Last update: 19th June 2017

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Family of James BAIN and Janet Wood Watson PATERSON

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Family of James BAIN and Janet Wood Watson PATERSON, 2017

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Available from publications@bardgett.plus.com

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Former Duthil Church & first Seafield Mausoleum

Husband: James BAIN (1828-1911)
Wife: Janet Wood Watson PATERSON (1843-1917)
Children: James Paterson BAIN (1866-1946)
Isabella MacDonald BAIN (1868-1890)
Alexander Thomas Niven BAIN (1872-1949)
Jessie Watson BAIN (1874-1956)
Marriage 20 Feb 1866 Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland1
6, Windsor Place, Sauchiehall Street
Census (family) (1) 2 Apr 1871 Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland2
Established Manse
Minister of Kilfinan Parish, his niece Jeanie Bain (14) b. Canada also staying with them.
Census (family) (2) 3 Apr 1881 Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland3
Established Church Manse
Census (family) (3) 31 Mar 1901 Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland4
Established Church Manse
They had one live in servant - James Chisholm (19) Tending Horse & (Glebe work?)
Census (family) (4) 2 Apr 1911 Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland5

Husband: James BAIN

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from The Northern Scot, 1909, courtesy Rev. Frank D. Bardgett

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Duthil churchyard with former Church on left & former Manse on right

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Proximity of former Duthil Church door to first Seafield Mausoleum

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Name: James BAIN
Father: John BAIN (1785-1866)
Mother: Isobel MACDONALD (1794-1848)
Birth 24 Sep 1828 Dingwall, Rossshire, Scotland6
Baptism 26 Oct 1828 (as an infant) Dingwall, Rossshire, Scotland6
Census (1) 6 Jun 1841 (age 13) Dingwall, Rossshire, Scotland7
Warden's Close
with parents and 2 younger siblings
Occupation (1) btw 28 Sep 1860 and 24 Nov 1875 (age 32-47) Minister; Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland8
(followed by 2 years in Lochalsh)
Occupation (2) frm 30 Aug 1877 to 1911 (age 48-83) Minister; Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland8
Census (2) 5 Apr 1891 (age 62) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland9
Glebe Cottage
7 rooms with one or more windows.
He spoke Gaelic and English.
The family were accommodating 3 of Jessie's brother George's children.
Title Rev.
Will 19 Jul 1902 (age 73) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland10
Death 13 Nov 1911 (age 83) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland11
Probate 28 Dec 1911 Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland10
everything divided between his wife & daughter Jessie, his sons having been already helped
Burial Dingwall, Rossshire, Scotland11
St Clement's Kirkyard
(visit to grave by third party July 2003, NW corner behind crumbling mausoleum)

Wife: Janet Wood Watson PATERSON

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Janet Wood Watson PATERSON, c. 1864, age 21

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L to R: Seafield mausoleums, former Duthil Church & former Duthil Manse

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Former Duthil Church & both Seafield mausoleums

Name: Janet Wood Watson PATERSON
Nickname: Jessie
Father: James [jun.] PATERSON (1808-1881)
Mother: Janet Wood WATSON (1816-1879)
Birth 13 Oct 1843 Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland12,13
Named after mother. Witnesses: George WATSON & William PATERSON
Census (1) 30 Mar 1851 (age 7) Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland14
93, Sauchiehall St
scholar
Census (2) 7 Apr 1861 (age 17) Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland13
93, Sauchiehall St
scholar
Death 10 Nov 1917 (age 74) Row, Dunbartonshire, Scotland11,15

Child 1: James Paterson BAIN

Name: James Paterson BAIN
Birth 21 Nov 1866 Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland16
Census (1) 2 Apr 1871 (age 4) Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland2
Established Manse
Census (2) 3 Apr 1881 (age 15) Keith, Banffshire, Scotland17
Death 1946 (age 79) Queensland, Australia18
Burial 12 Jun 1946 Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia19

Child 2: Isabella MacDonald BAIN

Name: Isabella MacDonald BAIN
Nickname: Ella
Birth 16 Jan 1868 Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland16
Census (1) 2 Apr 1871 (age 3) Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland2
Established Manse
Census (2) 3 Apr 1881 (age 13) Barony district, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland20
1, Albany Place, Sauchiehall St.
Living with grandfather Dr James Paterson
Child Count 0
Death 11 Feb 1890 (age 22) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland11,15

Child 3: Alexander Thomas Niven BAIN

Name: Alexander Thomas Niven BAIN
Spouse: Margaret Mabel STILES (1884-aft1949)
Birth 1 Jun 1872 Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland16,21
May have been named after an accountant? "Alexander Thomas Niven was a charter member of the Society of Accountants in Edinburgh in 1854. and founded the Scottish public accountancy firm of A T Niven and Company in 1859."
Census (1) 3 Apr 1881 (age 8) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland22
Established Church Manse
Immigration 1890 (age 17-18) to Canada from Scotland23
At death, 59 years in Canada, 18 in British Columbia.
Census (2) 1916 (age 44) Winnipeg, Manitoba, British Columbia24
Single; Roomer; C. Traveller
Occupation bef 1931 (age 58-59) Accountant; Surrey, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada23
Grain Exchange
Residence 1949 (age 76-77) Surrey, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada23
1485 Hume Road
Death 14 Dec 1949 (age 77) New Westminster, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada23
Royal Columbian Hospital

Child 4: Jessie Watson BAIN

Name: Jessie Watson BAIN
Birth 12 Apr 1874 Kilfinan, Argyllshire, Scotland16
Census (1) 3 Apr 1881 (age 6) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland22
Established Church Manse
Census (2) 5 Apr 1891 (age 16) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland9
Glebe Cottage
Scholar
Census (3) 31 Mar 1901 (age 25) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland4
Duthil Established Church Manse
unmarried
Census (4) 2 Apr 1911 (age 36) Duthil Parish, Inverness-shire, Scotland5
Child Count 0
Death 1956 (age 82) Dean, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland15

Sources [Key: Author, "Title", (Publication data), Where within source, \Repository\]

1"The Brisbane Courier" (Queensland). 21 Apr 1866.
Text From Source: BAIN-PATERSON- On the 20th February at 6, Windsor Place Glasgow, by the Rev. George Stewart Burns of the Cathedral, assisted by the Rev. James Lees of the Abbey Church, Paisley, the Rev. James Bain of Kilfinan to Jessie Wood Watson, flfth daughter of James Paterson, Esq. M.D.
\Australian Newspaper Archive\. Web: http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper.
2"1871 Census Britain". 518/00 001/00 008.
3Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census Scotland" (CD-ROM). [Index only, record unseen].
\Local Public Library\.
4"1901 Census Britain". 096/B1 005/B1 007.
5"1911 Census Britain". 096/B1 005/00 003 [Index only, record unseen].
6"OPR Dingwall, Ross & Cromarty". ref 62-2.
\National Records of Scotland\, HM New Register House, Edinburgh.
7"1841 Census Britain".
8Hew Scott, "Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae" (Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; 1926). Volume VI Synods of Aberdeen and of Moray, p.361.
\Archive.org\. Web: https://archive.org/details/fastiecclesiaesc06scot.
9"1891 Census Britain". 096/B1 005/B1 004.
10"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC29/44/53.
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
11Highland Family History Society, compiler, "Monumental Inscriptions: St. Clement's Kirkyard, Dingwall Ross Shire" (1993 p. 34.). P.34.
Text From Source: John Bain’s table gravestone, St. Clement’s churchyard, Dingwall. Photo M. Bone 2003. ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN BAIN, HERITOR IN DINGWALL WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 22ND MAY 1866 AGED 81 YEARS AND HIS WIFE ISABELLA MACDONALD WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 16TH JUNE 1848 AGED 54 YEARS ALSO IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELLA MACDONALD ELDER DAUGHTER OF JAMES BAIN, MINISTER OF DUTHIL WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 11 FEB 1890 AGED 22 YEARS ALSO REV. JAMES BAIN, MINISTER OF DUTHIL WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 13 NOVR 1911 IN THE 82NDYEAR OF HIS AGE AND THE 53RD OF HIS MINISTRY HIS WIFE JESSIE WATSON PATERSON WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 10 NOVR1917 AGED 74 YEARS
\Highland Family History Society\, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.highlandfamilyhistorysociety.org/.
12"OPR Glasgow".
\National Records of Scotland\, HM New Register House, Edinburgh.
13"1861 Census Britain". 644/06 030/06 002.
14"1851 Census Britain". 586/24/13.
15"Scottish BMD INDEX of Statutory Register" (1855-). [Register unseen].
\National Archives of Scotland\, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.
16Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical INDEX ®" (© 1980, 2002). Batch #: C115181, Source Call #: 6035516; [Original record unseen].
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
17Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census Scotland" (CD-ROM). GS Film number; 203440.
\Local Public Library\.
18"Queensland All Indexes" (Australia). C2105.
19"Australia Cemetery Inscriptions, 1802-2005".
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
20Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census Scotland" (CD-ROM). GRO Ref Vol 644-9 Enum Dist 2 page 1.
\Local Public Library\.
21T. A. Lee, "2012 The contributions of Alexander Thomas Niven and John Ballantine Niven to the international history of modern public accountancy" (Accounting and Business Research Vol. 32 , Iss. 2,2002; Pages 79-92).
\Taylor & Francis Online\. Web: http://www.tandfonline.com/.
22Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, "1881 Census Scotland" (CD-ROM).
\Local Public Library\.
23Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical INDEX ®" (© 1980, 2002). 49 09 010977.
\Family History Library\, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
24"1916 Canadian Census".

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James Paterson, (1789-1866), Army Surgeon, Edinburgh, Scotland.