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ALLAN & ISABELLA WYLIE Marriage Certificate
ALLAN & ISABELLA WYLIE Marriage Certificate
In 1859 Isabella married Allan Wylie at her home in Glasgow on the same day as the registration of the birth of their first child, John Robertson Tannahill Wylie (he had been born at 8.00 am). At that time her address was recorded as 176 Kent Road, Glasgow where the marriage took place. Allan was working as an engineer. His address was 401 St Vincent Street.
WHEN, WHERE & HOW MARRIED?
"On the 28th day of April 1859 at 176 Kent Road, Glasgow, marriage (after banns) was solemnised between us according to the forms(?) of the Free Church of Scotland"
Signed by Allan Carmichael Wylie
Signed Isabella Coventry Robertson, her X mark.
AGE: Allan 25, Isabella 24.
OFFICIATING MINISTER: James Henderson, minister of Free St Enoch's
WITNESSES: James ......, David Tannahill 
 
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Allan Carmichael Margery Wilson marriage 1788
Allan Carmichael Margery Wilson marriage 1788
 
 
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Allan Thomas Matkin D1913.jpg
Allan Thomas Matkin D1913.jpg
 
 
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Allan W Milton Elizabeth McCloy M1897.jpg
Allan W Milton Elizabeth McCloy M1897.jpg
 
 
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Allan Wylie 1841
Allan Wylie 1841
St James' Street Paisley High Church district, Glasgow,, Scotland
Allan (7) was living with his family. His father Claud (36) was working as a smith and living with wife Janet (35) and other children Margaret (14), Margery (14), Janet (5), Jane (3) and Claud (1). 
 
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Allan Wylie 1841 census.jpg
Allan Wylie 1841 census.jpg
 
 
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Allan Wylie d.1872
Allan Wylie d.1872
Latitude 31 56 N Longitude 30 10 E,,, Suez Canal,, Egypt
In Nov 1872 Allan, Chief Engineer on the SS Virago, died at sea, of apoplexy at the age of 40. 
 
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Allan Wylie D1872.jpg
Allan Wylie D1872.jpg
 
 
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Allan Wylie engineer certification 1
Allan Wylie engineer certification 1
8 Oct 1863 
 
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Allan Wylie engineer certification 1.JPG
Allan Wylie engineer certification 1.JPG
 
 
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Allan Wylie engineer certification 2
Allan Wylie engineer certification 2
Details of his posts 1863-1867. 
 
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Allan Wylie engineer certification 2.JPG
Allan Wylie engineer certification 2.JPG
 
 
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Allan Wylie engineer certification 3
Allan Wylie engineer certification 3
Details of his posts 1867-72. 
 
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Allan Wylie engineer certification 3.JPG
Allan Wylie engineer certification 3.JPG
 
 
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Allan Wylie Milton and Elizabeth McCloy M1897
Allan Wylie Milton and Elizabeth McCloy M1897
 
 
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Allan Wylie Milton and Lucy Bell M 1903
Allan Wylie Milton and Lucy Bell M 1903
 
 
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Allan Wylie Milton and Lucy Bell M1903.jpg
Allan Wylie Milton and Lucy Bell M1903.jpg
 
 
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Allan Wylie Milton M1897.jpg
Allan Wylie Milton M1897.jpg
 
 
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Amelia Maria Fossett bap 1858
Amelia Maria Fossett bap 1858
 
 
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Amelia Maria Fossett bap 1858.jpg
Amelia Maria Fossett bap 1858.jpg
 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall 1841
Amos & Mary Hall 1841
In 1841 Amos was a dyer aged 25, living with his wife Mary and daughters Elizabeth (2) and Ann (5 months), in Middleton at Boardman Lane, Middleton, Lancashire, England 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall 1841.jpg
Amos & Mary Hall 1841.jpg
 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall 1851
Amos & Mary Hall 1851
By 1851 Amos was a labourer in a dyeworks, living at Blackley, Lancashire with his wife Mary and children Elizabeth (13), Sarah Alice (8), James (6), Mary (3), and Esther Hannah (1). 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall 1851 census.jpg
Amos & Mary Hall 1851 census.jpg
 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall 1861
Amos & Mary Hall 1861
In 1861 he was living at Mount Pleasant, Middleton with his wife and children Alice (18), James (16) and Esther (12). Amos and James were labourers to a calico printer and Alice was a silk winder.Daughter Mary was not present for the census. 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall 1871
Amos & Mary Hall 1871
By 1871 Amos and Mary were living at Hilton St. Middleton with daughters Mary (23) and Esther Hannah (21). At this time Amos was working as a tea dealer, Mary was a ?Terra Velvet? weaver and Esther a silk winder. 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall M1837
Amos & Mary Hall M1837
Collegiate Parish Church, Manchester, Lancashire,England (now Manchester Cathedral). 
 
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Amos & Mary Hall M1837.jpg
Amos & Mary Hall M1837.jpg
 
 
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Amos Hall 1881
Amos Hall 1881
In 1881 Amos (aged 67) was a widower, working as a tea-dealer and living alone at 17 Hilton Street, Rhodes, Middleton. 
 
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Amos Hall 1881 census.jpg
Amos Hall 1881 census.jpg
 
 
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Amos Hall DC1881
Amos Hall DC1881
At 17, Hilton Street, Rhodes, Middleton, Lancashire, England
Apoplexy - 5 days.
Informant was son-in-law Alfred Ward, husband of Ann. 
 
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Amos Hall DC1881.jpg
Amos Hall DC1881.jpg
 
 
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An Odd Individual-1.pdf
An Odd Individual-1.pdf
 
 
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Andrew Entwisle 1911
Andrew Entwisle 1911
 
 
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Andrew Entwisle 1911-1.jpg
Andrew Entwisle 1911-1.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1851
Andrew Heap 1851
Andrew was living at Brocklehead Farm, Eccleshill with his parents Michael and Sarah Heap (both 49), his brothers Edmund (15 and a wheelwright's apprentice), John (7 and an at home errand boy) and sisters Sarah (4) and Elizabeth (2). 
 
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Andrew Heap 1851 census.jpg
Andrew Heap 1851 census.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1861
Andrew Heap 1861
Betty was married to Andrew, with children Sarah (1) and Michael (1 month), and living at Furthergate in Blackburn, where he was working as a clogger. 
 
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Andrew Heap 1861 census.jpg
Andrew Heap 1861 census.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1871
Andrew Heap 1871
By 1871 the family was still at 9 Furthergate, Blackburn and Andrew was a shoemaker as well as clogger. Children by then were Sarah (11), Alice Ann (8), Andrew (5), and Elizabeth (3). 
 
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Andrew Heap 1871 census.jpg
Andrew Heap 1871 census.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1881
Andrew Heap 1881
In 1881 Andrew had returned with his family to Eccleshill as the innkeeper at Handel's Arms (old or new?) Alice (18) and Andrew (15) were working as cotton weavers. Other members of the family were Elizabeth (13), Catherine (9), John (7), Ann (5) and Mary (2).
Andrew built the 'new' houses on Dandy Row (numbers 18,22,24,26) and lived in number 18 before moving to number 2, working as a clog bottom maker and storing timber in the adjoining 'lamp oil shed'. Numbers 2-6 were probably renovated at about the same time. Number 2 still has (inside the new porch) the lintel from the old Handels Arms (it names the innkeeper and potter from the 1850's, Ormerod Holden). 
 
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Andrew Heap 1881 census.jpg
Andrew Heap 1881 census.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1891
Andrew Heap 1891
By 1891 the family had moved to 2 Dandy Row (numbers 4 & 6 were empty at this time). Andrew was working as a self-employed clogger and Andrew junior (25), Catherine (19), John (17), Ann (15) and Isabella (12) were working as cotton weavers. The youngest child, Edmund, was recorded as a scholar.Elizabeth (23) was married and living with her husband at 22 Dandy Row, Eccleshill, Lancashire. This was one of the 4 houses built by her father. 
 
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Andrew Heap 1891 census.jpg
Andrew Heap 1891 census.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1901 census
Andrew Heap 1901 census
 
 
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Andrew Heap 1901 census-1.jpg
Andrew Heap 1901 census-1.jpg
 
 
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Andrew Heap baptism 1840
Andrew Heap baptism 1840
 
 
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Andrew Heap burial 1907
Andrew Heap burial 1907
 
 
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Andrew Heap probate 1907
Andrew Heap probate 1907
 
 

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