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Margaret Craig

b. circa 1776, d. before 7 April 1861

Birth

Margaret Craig was born circa 1776.1

Family life

William Scott and Margaret Craig were married on 31 January 1796 in East Kilbride.1,2,3

Children with William Scott (b. circa 1769, d. 15 April 1847)

DaughterMary Scott (b. 25 February 1799)
SonJohn Scott (b. 24 April 1801)
DaughterMargaret Scott+ (b. 1 April 1803, d. 27 January 1887)
DaughterAgnes Scott (b. 17 May 1805)
SonJames Scott (b. 1 July 1807)
ChildUnnamed Scott (b. 24 August 1809, d. 24 August 1809)
SonAlexander Scott (b. 5 January 1812)
SonArchibald Scott (b. 24 April 1814)
SonRobert Scott (b. 20 October 1816)

Residence information

, as William Scott's wife, resided with farmer, in East Kilbride, Lanark, Scotland, on 6 June 1841.3 Margaret Craig lived at Greenhills in East Kilbride, Lanark, Scotland, on 30 March 1851, formerly a farmer's wife. The 100 acre farm at Greenhills was now run by James Scott, aged 44, (her son?) along with his wife Isabella, 11 children and 3 servants.4

Death

Margaret Craig died before 7 April 1861 in East Kilbride. She is not recorded on the 1861 census.

Citations

  1. [S1019] Marriage Certificate, William Scott and Margaret Craig, 31 Jan 1796, National Records of Scotland, Edinburgh. 643/ 20/240.
  2. [S1023] Death Certificate, Ballantyne, Margaret, National Records of Scotland, Scotland, 631/ 2.
  3. [S1018] Scott and Ballantyne, 6 Jun 1841 Census UK, Edinburgh, East Kilbride, National Records of Scotland, 643/ 8/3.
  4. [S1024] Margaret Scott, 30 Mar 1851 Census UK, Edinburgh, East Kilbride, National Records of Scotland, 643/ 11/9.
Last Edited1 June 2019