b. 8 February 1799
Margaret Lawson was born on 8 February 1799 in Barony.1,2,3
She was baptized on 17 February 1799 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland.3
Was born on on 11 July 1831 to and Angus Fleming
in Glasgow, Scotland.1,4,5,6,7
, as 's mother, presented at baptism on 7 August 1831 in Glasgow, Scotland.1
and Margaret Lawson were married on 28 April 1826 at Parish of Govan in Lanark. The marriange banns had been booked on 14 April 1826.1,8 John Currie
and she were married on 31 December 1839 in Rutherglen. It is likely that Margaret Lawson remarried after her first husband (Angus Fleming) died in 1837 because her son Angus is not recorded on the 1841 census under the Fleming surname. There are three possible marriages on ScotlandsPeople (to McLuckie, Loudon or Currie). The 1841 census does not have a 9-11 year old Angus with the surname McLuckie or Loudon, but there is one in the household of John Currie. The 1851 census shows that this John Currie's wife's name was Margaret and that he had a sister-in-law named Isabella Lawson.9,10,11
and Margaret Lawson lived in Warroch Street at St Mark's quoad sacra parish in Glasgow, Scotland, on 6 June 1841. Margaret Currie (nee Lawson; formerly Fleming) was recorded simply as "Mrs Currie". Her age was recorded as 55 even though she was only 42. Ten years later the 1851 census recorded her as 40 even though she was, by then, 52.10,11
Margaret Lawson witnessed the death of Daughter1 ("Jean") Fleming
on 13 May 1834 in Cambuslang, Lanark, Scotland.12,11
Margaret Lawson witnessed the death of Angus Fleming
on 30 April 1837 in Cambuslang, Lanark, Scotland. He was described in the parish Mortcloth Money book as "poor" and was given a pauper's burial13
She witnessed the death of Son ("William") Fleming
on 7 September 1838 in Cambuslang, Lanark, Scotland. ||The death was recorded in the parish Mortcloth Money book as "son of widow Angus Fleming - poor"14,11
She witnessed the death of Daughter2 ("Mary") Fleming
on 26 October 1838 in Cambuslang, Lanark, Scotland. The parish Mortcloth Money book recorded "Daughter of widow Angus Fleming, poor"15,11
- [S549] Baptismal Record: Angus Fleming 1831, No 627/00 0002 137348, (11 Jul 1831), General Register Office, Scotland, New Register House Edinburgh
- [S1158] ScotlandsPeople, Index OPR baptisms Glasgow and Barony: Lawson x 6, (National Records of Scotland, 14 Feb 2020.)
- [S1159] Baptismal Record: Margaret Lawson 1799, No 622/ 40 101, (17 Feb 1799), General Register Office, Scotland, New Register House Edinburgh
- [S550] James Landles, 30 Mar 1851 Census, Edinburgh, Gartsherrie, General Register Office, Scotland, 652/00 042/00 017.
- [S551] www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, Index: Scotland Births Fleming, Angus1800-1835, (Scotlandspeople website.)
- [S548] Angus Fleming, 7 July 1861 Census, Edinburgh, Trinity College Edinburgh, General Register Office, Scotland.
- [S1007] Ancestry.com, 1861 Scotland Census, Parish: Edinburgh Trinity College; ED: 10; Page: 15; Line: 2; Roll: CSSCT1861_127
- [S566] Marriage Certificate, Angus Fleming and Margaret Lawson, 28 April 1826, General Register Office, Scotland, Edinburgh. 137347.
- [S1160] Marriage Certificate, John Currie and Margaret Lawson, 31 Dec 1839, General Register Office, Scotland, Edinburgh. 654/ 40 45 Rutherglen.
- [S1161] John Currie, 6 Jun 1841 Census image, Edinburgh, Glasgow, National Records of Scotland, 622/ 20/ 15.
- [S1154] "Story: Angus Fleming's origins - by James Michael Fleming", 15 March 2020, James Michael Fleming (4 Currawang Street, Cammeray); Fleming Family History Archive, Sydney.
- [S567] Death Certificate, Unnamed daughter of Angus Fleming, General Register Office, Scotland, Edinburgh, 627/00 0020 0267.
- [S568] Death Certificate, Angus Fleming, General Register Office, Scotland, Edinburgh, 627/00 0020 0277.
- [S569] Death Certificate, Unnamed son of Angus Fleming, General Register Office, Scotland, Edinburgh, 627/00 0020 0280.
- [S570] Death Certificate, Unnamed 2 daughter of Angus Fleming, General Register Office, Scotland, Edinburgh, 637/00 0020 0281.
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