John William McIntosh (1) and family

On 28th October, 1893 at St Mary's Chapel, Irvine Place, Stirling, after Banns according to the Catholic Church
John McIntosh (Mason-Journeyman Batchelor) aged 21, of 10 Barnton Street, Stirling: son of John McIntosh (Labourer) and Catherine McIntosh m/s Ryan
marriage to
Jane Mouat (Domestic Servant-Spinster) aged 25, of 10 Barnton Street, Stirling: daughter of
William Mouat (Shipmaster-Master) & Christina Mouat m/s Sinclair. Clergyman: Philip Sheahan, Witnesses: Michael Murray. Hellen Jeffrey.

I do not intend to detail later generations on the web page. John and Jane had at least six children. The two elder children, John William (2) and Katie, corresponded with their Grandmother and I have a record of this. There is a postcard from young John William (2) to his Uncle Duncan asking him to meet his boat at the Dunoon wharf. He was going to visit his Grandmother in Hunter's Quay and was arriving on the ferry. His sister Katie (Catherine) McIntosh also wrote to her Grandmother.

Katie McIntosh

John William McIntosh (2) lost his life at the Somme in WWI, Commonwealth War Graves Commission
J W McIntosh. John's younger brother, William Mouat McIntosh, also enlisted for WWI as a very young man and survived. Other children were; Maimy (not sure of proper name), Tinny (Christina), Norman. William's and Katie's descendents still live in Glasgow and around the world.


John McIntosh
New Zealand
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