Agnes McBirnie

F, b. 10 April 1893, d. 25 March 1904
FatherWilliam McBirnie b. 11 Aug 1853, d. 11 Apr 1914
MotherCatherine McGovern b. c 1853, d. 18 Jul 1910
ChartsJames McBirnie (est. 1780-) Descendants
Last Edited24 Jan 2009
     Agnes McBirnie was born on 10 April 1893 at East Benhar, District of Fauldhouse, Linlithgow, Scotland.1 She appeared on the census of 1 April 1901 in the household of William McBirnie and Catherine McGovern at 74 Stane Place, Stane, Cambusnethan parish, district of Calderhead, Lanark, Scotland.2 Agnes McBirnie died on 25 March 1904 at 82 Stane Place, Cambusnethan, District of Calderhead, Lanark, Scotland, at age 10.3

Citations

  1. [S483] , "April 10, 1893, born in District of Fauldhouse, County of Linlithgow. Father’s occupation: coal miner. Where born: East Benhar, District of Fauldhouse."
  2. [S601] 1891 Census of Scotland.
  3. [S483] , "March 25, 1904, died in District of Calderhead, County of Lanark, of inflamation of the lungs. Age 10. Survived by both parents (father, mason’s labourer). Place of death: 82 Stane Place, Cambusnethan. Informant: Alexander McBirnie, brother, residing at 3 Kirk Square, Motherwell."

Annie Burns

F, b. circa 1892, d. 8 October 1924
Last Edited30 Apr 2006
     Annie Burns was born circa 1892. She married Joseph Patrick McBirnie, son of William McBirnie and Catherine McGovern, on 17 September 1917 at Roman Catholic Church, Shotts, District of Calderhead, Lanark, Scotland.1 As of 17 September 1917,her married name was McBirnie. Annie Burns died on 8 October 1924 at 112 Stane Place, Shotts, District of Calderhead, Lanark, Scotland.2

Family

Joseph Patrick McBirnie b. 16 Feb 1885, d. 24 Apr 1948

Citations

  1. [S483] , "September 7, 1917, married in District of Calderhead, County of Lanark. Groom: age 32, coal miner, bachelor, residing at 71 Stane Place, Shotts. Father’s occupation: general labourer (both parents deceased). Bride: Annie Burns, age 25, spinster, no occupation, residing at 1 High Street, Shotts. Bride’s father: Robert Burns, coal miner, deceased. Bride’s mother: Alaria[?] (O’Neil) Burns (Cooke). Marriage at Roman Catholic Church, Shotts. Witnesses: John Hanlon, Winnie[?] Cooke."
  2. [S483] , "October 8, 1924, Annie (Burns) McBirnie died in District of Calderhead, County of Lanark, of cerebral hemorrhage. Age 31. Father deceased, survived by mother, Maria (O’Neil) Burns (Cook) and husband, Joseph McBirnie, coal miner. Place of death: 112 Stane Place, Shotts."

Marion Stone

F, b. say 1895, d. August 1968
Last Edited15 Jan 2015
     Marion Stone was born say 1895. She married Joseph Patrick McBirnie, son of William McBirnie and Catherine McGovern, on 13 December 1934 at Blythswood ? near Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.1,2 As of 13 December 1934,her married name was McBirnie. Marion Stone died in August 1968 at Scotland.3 She was buried at Kirk O Shotts Church of Scotland Cemetery, Shotts, North Lanarkshire, Scotland.3

Family

Joseph Patrick McBirnie b. 16 Feb 1885, d. 24 Apr 1948

Citations

  1. [S483]
  2. [S554] Ancestry.com. Online at: <http://www.ancestry.com>.
  3. [S602] Find a Grave. Online at: http://www.findagrave.com/

Elizabeth Noble

F, b. 1 May 1861, d. before 1918
Last Edited20 Dec 2014
     Elizabeth Noble was born on 1 May 1861 at Tranent, East Lothian, Scotland.1 She married Alexander (McBurney) McBirnie, son of William (McBirney) (McBurney) McBirnie and Mary McAllister, on 16 February 1889 at Parish of Cockpen, Edinburgh, Scotland.2 As of 16 February 1889,her married name was McBirnie. Elizabeth Noble and Alexander (McBurney) McBirnie appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 at Upper Uphall, Uphall, West Lothian, Scotland.3 Elizabeth Noble died before 1918.

Family

Alexander (McBurney) McBirnie b. c 1834, d. 23 Sep 1896
Children

Citations

  1. [S554] Ancestry.com. Online at: <http://www.ancestry.com>.
  2. [S523] Marriage, Religious.
  3. [S568] 1891 Census of Scotland.
  4. [S515] Birth Certificate.