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John Allan
(-Bef 1855)
Mary Stewart
(-Bef 1855)
John Allan


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1. Mary Cullen

John Allan

  • Born: 25 Dec 1832, Old Monkland, Lanark, Scotland
  • Marriage (1): Mary Cullen on 31 Dec 1855 in Carnbrae Cottage, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland
  • Died: 10 Apr 1875, Rosehall Colliery, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland at age 42

bullet   Cause of his death was Phthisis, months.


bullet  General Notes:

John and Mary were both residents of Carnbrae at the time of their marriage. This is where her father worked as a gardener.

At the time of the 1871 census they were living at the No. 1 Pit House (obviously at a colliery) in Old Monkland, Lanark. John was a 40 year old Pit oversman, born Old Monkland. Mary was 34, born Bothwell. Living here were children, James, 13; William, 10, a scholar; Mary,8 and Agnes, 6 both scholars; Janet, 3 and Joseph 1 month. Also living with them was James Park, John's nephew, unmarried, 20 a miner, born Ayrshire.


bullet  Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a coalminer at the time of his marriage on 31 Dec 1855 in Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland.

He worked as a coal miner at the time of son John's birth on 25 Jul 1856.

He resided at the time of his marriage on 31 Dec 1855 in Carnbrae, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland.


John married Mary Cullen, daughter of James Cullen and Mary Hardie, on 31 Dec 1855 in Carnbrae Cottage, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland. (Mary Cullen was born on 29 May 1837 in Carnbrae Cottage, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland and died on 2 Aug 1921 in Coatbridge, Lanark, Scotland.). The cause of her death was Cerebral Haemorrhage, 14 days.

bullet  Marriage Notes:

It was a United Presbyterian Church ceremony.

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