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James Cullen
Mary Hodge
James Cullen
(ca. 1807-1901)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Mary Hardie

James Cullen

  • Born: ca. 1807, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland
  • Marriage (1): Mary Hardie on 9 Jan 1831 in Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland
  • Died: 12 Feb 1901, 17 Hutchinson Pl, Cambuslang, , Lanark, Scotland aged about 94

bullet   Cause of his death was Senile Decay.

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bullet  General Notes:

At the time of the Census in 1851 he and his family were living at Cambrae Gardens in Bothwell where he was employed as a Gardener. He was aged 44, and born in Bothwell. Also living here were his wife Mary, also 44, born in Airth; daughter Elizabeth, aged 19, a Tile Work labourer, born Bothwell; daughter Agnes, aged 12, a scholar, born in Bothwell; son James, aged 8, a scholar, born Bothwell; daughter Janet, aged 5, a scholar, born Bothwell; and son Peter, aged 2, born Bothwell.

At the time of the 1861 Census he was living in Cambrae House, Bothwell, Lanarkshire. This was the household of one William Logie, Sherriff Substitute and his wife. There was a large contingent of domestic staff including a cook, housemaids, a Coachman, an iron master and a Gamekeeper. James was the Gardener, he was aged 54, born in Bothwell. His part of the house had 3 rooms with windows. Living with him were his wife, Mary, aged 54; daughter Janet aged 15, a housemaid, born Bothwell; son Peter aged 12, a scholar born Bothwell; and son John aged 9, a scholar born Bothwell.

At the time of the 1871 Census he was living at Thankerton (?) Lodge in Holytown, Bothwell, Lanarkshire. Living here on Census day were James Cullen, Head, aged 64, a Gardener, born in Bothwell; Mary his wife, aged 63, born in Airth, Stirlingshire; Elizabeth Cowan (her maiden name), mother-in-law, aged 83, born Airth; Magdal[ine?] Marshall, visitor, aged 9, a scholar born Bothwell; and Mary Marshall, visitor, aged 4, a scholar, born Old Monkland. The young Marshall girls were James and Mary's grandchildren (Magda was actually Madeline), the children of their daughter Elizabeth.

He was the Informant on his mother-in-law's death register entry on 13 March 1874.

When he died he was living at 17 Hutchinson Place, close to his son, James, who was at No. 18.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Gardener at the time of the Census in 1851 in Carnbrae Gardens, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland.

He worked as a Gardener at the time of daughter Elizabeth's marriage on 11 Dec 1857.

He worked as a Gardener at the time of the Census in 1861 in Carnbrae House, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland.

He worked as a Gardener at the time of the Census in 1871 in Holytown, Lanark, Scotland.

He worked as a Gardener (Domestic Servant) at the time of his death on 12 Feb 1901 in Cambuslang, Lanark, Scotland.

He resided at the time of the Census in 1851 in Carnbrae Gardens, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland.

He resided at the time of the Census in 1861 in Carnbrae House, Bothwell, , Lanark, Scotland.

He resided at the time of the Census in 1871 in Thankerton Lodge, , Holytown, Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland.


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James married Mary Hardie, daughter of Peter Hardie ** and Elizabeth Cowan **, on 9 Jan 1831 in Bothwell, Lanark, Scotland. (Mary Hardie was christened on 4 Jan 1807 in Airth, Stirling, Scotland and died on 30 Sep 1880 in Duff's Land, Holytown, Lanark, Scotland.). The cause of her death was Old Age.


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