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Watt Library, Greenock Births, Marriages and Deaths Index: Letter W Surnames This index covers birth, marriage and death notices that appeared in newspapers in the Greenock and Port Glasgow area from the start of the nineteenth century until 1913. It is provided to researchers as a reference resource to aid the searching of these historic publications which can be consulted, preferably by prior appointment, at the Watt Library, 9 Union Street, Greenock. The copyright in this index is owned by the Watt Library, Greenock / Inverclyde Council to whom application should be made if you wish to use the index for any purpose apart from personal research. BMD Index Query Subject Entry WADDEL James Waddel, Royal Bank of Scotland, died at Invereck, Kilmacolm on 5th August 1904 age 81 - obituary p3. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1904) WADDELL Son to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at 61 Kempock Street, Gourock on 1st May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1902) WADDELL Isabella Sharp, eldest daughter of Alex Waddell, manager, to John Robertson Coupor, journalist, Forfar, at 36 South Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1913) WADDELL Isabella McMillan, wife of James Waddell, baker, died at Invereck, Kilmacolm on 5th September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1893) WADDELL Elizabeth McNair, wife of William Waddell, slater, died at 36 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 8th March 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1905) WADDELL A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Waddell, manager, born at 97 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th June 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1891) WADDELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at Fort Place, Gourock on 15th October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1898) WADDELL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Waddell, born at 77 Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1886) WADDELL James Waddell, Tau-Koo Sugar Refinery, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Robert Jones, Greenock, at Union Church, Hong Kong on 28th October 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1885) WADDELL Daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at 106 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 7th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1904) WADDELL Thomas Waddell to Martha, eldest daughter of Archibald Campbell, 13 Lauriston Street, Greenock at Crawford’s Hall on 6th January 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1914) WADDELL Lizzie, youngest daughter of John Waddell, to George Greenwood, at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 2nd September 1867 by Reverend A. Fullerton (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1867) – see Jeanie. WADDELL Susan Rennie Bailiff, widow of James Waddell, 29 Bank Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th May 1910 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1910) WADDELL William Waddell, Helensburgh, last of the family of Claude Waddell, Paisley, died at Greenock on 8th February 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1875) WADDELL William, eldest son of W. Waddell, woollen manufacturer, Otterburn, to Rena Muir, eldest daughter of John Miller, at Ashton UF Church, Gourock on 8th October 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1912) WADDELL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Waddell, born at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1888) WADDELL James Waddell, joiner, died at 30 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 20th June 1884 age 49. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1884)

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Watt Library, Greenock Births, Marriages and Deaths Index: Letter W Surnames This index covers birth, marriage and death notices that appeared in newspapers in the Greenock and Port Glasgow area from the start of the nineteenth century until 1913. It is provided to researchers as a reference resource to aid the searching of these historic publications which can be consulted, preferably by prior appointment, at the Watt Library, 9 Union Street, Greenock. The copyright in this index is owned by the Watt Library, Greenock / Inverclyde Council to whom application should be made if you wish to use the index for any purpose apart from personal research.

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WADDEL James Waddel, Royal Bank of Scotland, died at Invereck, Kilmacolm on 5th August 1904 age 81 - obituary p3. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1904)

WADDELL Son to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at 61 Kempock Street, Gourock on 1st May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1902)

WADDELL Isabella Sharp, eldest daughter of Alex Waddell, manager, to John Robertson Coupor, journalist, Forfar, at 36 South Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1913)

WADDELL Isabella McMillan, wife of James Waddell, baker, died at Invereck, Kilmacolm on 5th September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1893)

WADDELL Elizabeth McNair, wife of William Waddell, slater, died at 36 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 8th March 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1905)

WADDELL A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Waddell, manager, born at 97 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th June 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1891)

WADDELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at Fort Place, Gourock on 15th October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1898)

WADDELL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Waddell, born at 77 Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1886)

WADDELL James Waddell, Tau-Koo Sugar Refinery, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Robert Jones, Greenock, at Union Church, Hong Kong on 28th October 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1885)

WADDELL Daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at 106 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 7th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1904)

WADDELL Thomas Waddell to Martha, eldest daughter of Archibald Campbell, 13 Lauriston Street, Greenock at Crawford’s Hall on 6th January 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1914)

WADDELL Lizzie, youngest daughter of John Waddell, to George Greenwood, at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 2nd September 1867 by Reverend A. Fullerton (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1867) – see Jeanie.

WADDELL Susan Rennie Bailiff, widow of James Waddell, 29 Bank Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th May 1910 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1910)

WADDELL William Waddell, Helensburgh, last of the family of Claude Waddell, Paisley, died at Greenock on 8th February 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1875)

WADDELL William, eldest son of W. Waddell, woollen manufacturer, Otterburn, to Rena Muir, eldest daughter of John Miller, at Ashton UF Church, Gourock on 8th October 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1912)

WADDELL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Waddell, born at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1888)

WADDELL James Waddell, joiner, died at 30 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 20th June 1884 age 49. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1884)

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WADDELL William L. Waddell, Greenock, to Agnes Orr, only daughter of E. McQuade, Ferry Road, at St John’s, Barrow in Furness on 1st January 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1908)

WADDELL Jane, eldest daughter of John Waddell, engineer, HMST Monarch, formerly of Greenock to Thomas Henry Jeffrey, at Blackheath Presbyterian Church, London on 15th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1902)

WADDELL Jane Lyle Jeffrey, wife of Robert Gillan Waddell, died at Dunmuir, Moorfield Road, Gourock on 10th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1911)

WADDELL Janet Paterson, widow of John Waddell, died at 55 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 15th September 1892 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1892) see John

WADDELL Jeanie, eldest daughter of John Waddell, to John Firth at Broomhill Cottage, Greenock on 30th April 1867 by Rev A. Fullarton (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1867) see Lizzie

WADDELL Joan, youngest daughter of late John Waddell, Ladyburn, to John Munro, at 7 Dempster Street, on 7th July 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1885).

WADDELL John Waddell died at 55 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 19th June 1889 age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1889) see Janet P.

WADDELL John Waddell to Mary, daughter of Alex Moffat, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 5th July 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1901).

WADDELL Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Waddell, born at 21 Dempster Street, Greenock on 9th November 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1903)

WADDELL Son to Mr and Mrs John Waddell, tailor, born at 19 Dempster Street, Greenock on 6th August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1907)

WADDELL A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at Fort Place, Kempock Street, Gourock on 6th November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1896)

WADDELL A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Waddell, joiner, born at Fort Place, Gourock on 13th December 1984. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1894)

WADDELL Robert Waddell to Ellen Campbell, 6th daughter of late Archibald Leckie at Queen’s Hotel, Gourock on 31st December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1892)

WADDELL A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Waddell, born at 5 Tobago Street, Greenock on 8th August 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1878)

WADDINGTON Horace Henry Waddington to Isabella Aitken, youngest daughter of James Turnbull, at 3 Brougham Street, Greenock on 24th August 1875 by Reverend J.B. Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser 26.8.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1875)

WADE Samuel Wade, sailmaker, 9 Argyle Street, Greenock believed drowned in the barque Hope of Port Glasgow, left Greenock on 9th April 1882 for Quebec age 36 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1882).

WADE John, eldest son of John Wade, coal merchant, died at 52 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 1st February 1882 from injuries received at Princes Pier Goods Station on 1st December 1881 age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1882) see Bridget B.

WADE John Wade died at Smithston Hospital on 20th March 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1909)

WADE Joseph Wade, husband of Agnes, died at 7 Salmon Street, Greenock in October 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1879).

WADE Mary Ann, widow of James Wade, died at 11 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 21st March 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1906) see James

WADE Son to Mr and Mrs Wade, formerly of Greenock, born at 34G Church Avenue, Verdun, Montreal on 4th May 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1911)

WADE Robert Wade, husband of Sarah, died at 82 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 22nd February 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1904) see Annie

WADE James Wade, husband of Catherine Dowell, died at 23 Bruce Street, Greenock in April 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 14.4. 1879)

WADE Samuel Wade, sailmaker, brother of Mrs Cole, died at 51 Nicolson St Greenock in April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph

WADE Thomas, son of John Wade, coal merchant, died at 52 Inverkip Street Greenock in December 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1884) see Bridget.

WADE Thomas, son of David Wade, labourer, died at 14 Mill Street, Greenock on 7th July 1896 age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1896) see David T

WADE Thomas Wade, fireman, P.S. Madge Wildfire, husband of Catherine, 5 Tobago Street,

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drowned at Millport Pier on 28th December 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1907)

WADE William, son of William Wade, carter, died at 19 Cardwell Road, Gourock on 30th April 1886, having been knocked down by a tramcar, age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5 1886)

WADE William Wade to Catherine, eldest daughter of Donald McPherson, checker Caledonian Railway, 9 East Blackhall Street, at Regent Street Manse, Greenock on 1st July 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1907)

WADE Mary Ann McKenzie, wife of Will J. Wade died at East Crawford Street, Greenock on 20th August 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1894).

WADE James Wade, husband of Mary A, died at 11 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 19th August 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1905)

WADE Hugh Wade, employee at Overton Paper Mill, lived at 11 Mill Street, died in Greenock Infirmary on 13th June 1896 as result of an accident at Millport – p2. Wife Annie McBride (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1896)

WADE Helen Clark, wife of Joseph Wade, mason, died at 3 Bruce Street, Greenock on 11th July 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1875)

WADE Captain George Henry Wade, Salvation Army, to Captain Naomi Woolerson, Combe Martin, Devon, at Temperance Institute, Port Glasgow, on 20th February 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1894).

WADE Reverend George Wade, Falkirk, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Thomas Callander, at 1Grey Place, Greenock on 17th July 1860 by Reverend S. Sinclair. (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1860)

WADE Elizabeth, infant daughter of Crawford and Maggie Wade, died at 36 Crescent Street, Greenock of 11th September 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1897) see Crawford.

WADE David Thompson Wade, stoker, R.N., son of David and Margaret Wade, 14 Mill Street, Greenock, died at Haslar hospital, Gosport on 10th March 1907 – see Thomas. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1907)

WADE David Wade, labourer, 12 Mill Street, missing since 1st January 1895, found in James Watt Dock on 5th March 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1895)

WADE Crawford Wade to Margaret, 2nd daughter of late Archibald Ritchie, engineer at 51 Belville Street, Greenock on 15th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1894) see Elizabeth.

WADE Catherine, widow of James Wade, 2nd daughter of James Dowell, died at 6 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 20th January 1884 age 27 (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1884)

WADE Bridget Bradley, wife of John Wade, coal merchant, died at 52 Inverkip Street, Greenock in December 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1884) – see Thomas, John, Agnes.

WADE Annie, youngest daughter of Robert and Sarah Wade, died at 82 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 1st December 1901 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1901) see Robert.

WADE Agnes, daughter of John Wade, coal merchant, to John McFarlane, at 49 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 21st August 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1896) see Bridget B

WADE Mary McGilp Wade, Cardwell Bay, Gourock, found on Lyle Road, Greenock on 6th December 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1895) see Arrest of Donald Black

WADE Jane, widow of Robert Wade, died at 25 John Street, Greenock on 4th January 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1909)

WADE Robert Wade died at 20 Arthur Street, Greenock on 7th July 1908 age 71 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1906) see Jane

WAHN John Wahn to Jane, daughter of Alex Walker, former Sergeant-Major 1st RRV, Greenock at Brisbane on 15th August 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1885)

WAID Daughter to Mr & Mrs R Waid, born at 5 Hill Street, Greenock on 30th April 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1899)

WAITE Frances Alice Waite, granddaughter of Alex McInnes, to John B Ireland, at the Manse, Greenock on 19th February 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1903)

WAKEFORD Harry Wakeford (Burdee), professor of violin, to Edith Lavinia, eldest daughter of Walter Childs, Hendon, at 21 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 29th October 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1896)

WALBANK / WALBACK

Matthew W Walback, husband of the eldest daughter of the late Kenneth McLea, Greenock died at Avalon House, St John’s, Newfoundland on 12th November 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1874)

WALE A son to Mr & Mrs W.H. Wale, Royal Navy, born at 4 Nelson Street, Greenock on 14th

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November 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1898)

WALES Robert Wales, father of Benjamin, died at 4 Manse Lane, Greenock in November 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1892).

WALES Catherine Sinclair (61) 24.10.1903 Lair 185 Duncan Street Cemetery;

WALES Christina, eldest daughter of Benjamin Wales, to James Johnston, at 14 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 13th December 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1908)

WALES Twin sons to Mr & Mrs James Wales, born at 5 Watt Street, Greenock on 11th April 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1875)

WALES James, youngest son of Benjamin & Annie Wales, died at 17 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 13th November 1903 age 7 months (Greenock Telegraph 13.11. 1903) see Peter

WALES Peter, youngest son of Annie & Benjamin Wales, ham curer, died at 14 Bearhope Street on 18th May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1902) see James

WALES Lilias Wales died at 23 John Street, Greenock on 30th Mar 1891 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1891)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs John G. Walker, born at Myrtle Bank, Ashton, Gourock, on 4th June 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1882)

WALKER Joseph A. Walker to Jean, youngest daughter of Henry Blair, Greenock, at All Soul’s Church London in April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1910)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John W. Walker born at 61 Union Street, Greenock on 5th September 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1897)/ David Stuart died at 19 Bentinck Street, on 6th December 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1898).

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John William Walker, sugar refiner, born at 53 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 29th November 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1893)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs John William Walker, sugar refiner, born at 53 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 13th May 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1890)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs John Walker, green-keeper, born at 15 Dempster St Greenock on 25th January 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1913)

WALKER John, son of late James Walker, blacksmith, died at 13 Brymner Street, Greenock on 25th May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1913)

WALKER John Walker, carter, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th July 1913 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1913)

WALKER John Alexander, 2nd son of David Walker, labourer, died at 5 Hill Street, Greenock on 28th August 1883 age 4 months (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1883)

WALKER John Dixon Walker, boilermaker, died at 25 King Street, Port Glasgow on 5th July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1901 Port Glasgow Express 12.7.1901)

WALKER A daughter to Mr Mrs John William Walker, sugar refiner, born at 75 Union Street Greenock on 14th June 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 14.6.1883 and Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1883)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs John G. Walker, carting contractor, born at 59 Regent Street, Greenock on 25th October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 25. 10.1894)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John G. Walker, joiner, born at 10 Regent Street, Greenock on 16th July 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1896)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs John G. Walker, joiner, born at 10 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1900)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs John Walker, green-keeper, born at 15 Dempster St, Greenock on 22nd July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1910)

WALKER John William Walker, sugar refiner, Greenock, to Jeanie, elder daughter of late Captain John Neill, at 2 George Place, Gourock on 13th September 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 14.9.1882 and Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1882) see Hugh William.

WALKER Louson Walker, accountant, Greenock, to Jane Paterson, youngest daughter of the late Archibald McKillop, at St Mary’s, Glasgow on 10th February 1880 2nd wife (Greenock Advertiser 11.2.1880 & Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1880) see Jane P McK, Jane W.S.

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs John William Walker, sugar refiner, born at 75 Union Street, Greenock on 8th January 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1889)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John William Walker, sugar refiner, born at 75 Union Street, Greenock on 4th March 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1885)

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WALKER John Barnhill, eldest son of Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, Greenock to Victoria Florence Mound, 2nd daughter of Charles Sanford Arliss, Crofton Lodge, at St Bartholomew’s, Sydenham on 23rd August 1913 – 80 Finnart Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1913) see Marjory.

WALKER Mary, youngest daughter of Dominic Walker, died at 25 Vennel, Greenock on 2nd January 1912, age 21 months. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1912)

WALKER Margaret Stewart, only child of John & Margaret Walker, died at Greenock Infirmary on 31st October 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1895)

WALKER Margery, elder daughter of Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, Bellevue, to Rev. James Jordon MaCaulay, at West UF, Greenock on 17th September 1913- P2. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1913) see John B.

WALKER Marquetta Alexandria, infant daughter of John Ross & Sarah Walker, salesman, died at 37 Bank Street, Greenock on 16th July 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1898)

WALKER David Walker, flesher, died at 33 West Burn Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 24.8.1867 & Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1867) see David, John, Mary

WALKER Mark Walker, florist, Glasgow, to Sophia, youngest daughter of late Rev Alex Smith, at 39 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 15th July 1869 by Rev E. McLean. (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1869)

WALKER Mary, 3rd daughter of late Dr. Robert Walker, Greenock, to John May Somerville, merchant, Liverpool, eldest son of S.H. May Somerville, formerly of Broadfield, at 7 Royal Crescent, Glasgow on 30th November 1870. (Greenock Advertiser 3.12.1870 7 Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1870) see Agnes.

WALKER Kate Grey, 3rd daughter of Robert and Kate Walker, died at 2 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 10th August 1897, age 1 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1897)

WALKER Mary, only daughter, of Robert Walker, plumber, 27 Dempster Street, to John Gordon, engineer, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 9th June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1899)

WALKER Margaret Gray Stuart, youngest daughter of David Walker, died at 10 Mearns Street, Greenock on 29th July 1848. (Greenock Advertiser 1.8.1848)

WALKER Mary-Anne Carwalt, wife of John Walker, died at George Square, Greenock on 16th April 1838. 1st wife (2nd Jane B) (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1838) see John

WALKER Mary Craig, only daughter of late John Walker, wine merchant, 16 Robertson Street, to William K. Miller, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 26th December 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1901) see John.

WALKER Mary Graham, wife of Thomas Walker died at 8 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 30th March 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1907)

WALKER Mary Gray, eldest daughter of Robert Walker, shipwright, 2 Kilblain Street, to Alexander Turner, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 3rd September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1913)

WALKER Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Robert Walker, vanman, died at 5 Duncan Street, Greenock on 11th August 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1881)

WALKER Mary Jane, infant daughter of Robert Walker, died at 6 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 17th February1890 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1890.)

WALKER Mary, daughter of late David Walker, flesher, West Burn Street, died at 106 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 12th May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1871) see David.

WALKER Maggie, daughter of A. Walker, plumber, died at the Glen, Port Glasgow, on 9th February 1891 age 3 months (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1891)

WALKER John Walker, joiner, to Maggie, only daughter of Donald McLean, Campbeltown, at 7 Orangefield, Greenock on 22nd April 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1891)

WALKER Louson Walker, C.A., J.P., Greenock, died at Bridge of Allan on 18th March 1905 – obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1905)

WALKER Margaret, age 6 years 10 months, daughter of George Walker, died at Port Glasgow on 7th January 1837 (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1837) see Jane B; James

WALKER Margaret, daughter of Hugh Walker, to Captain John Shaw of the ship Hamilla, on 30th January 1838 by Reverend Morran at George Square, Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 1.2.1838) see Hugh

WALKER Margaret, youngest daughter of the late John Walker, merchant, Port Glasgow, to Robert Anderson, Paisley, at Port Glasgow on 11th February 1840 (Greenock Advertiser 25.2.1840)

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WALKER Maggie, youngest daughter of the late David Walker, merchant, Greenock to Thomas Monteath, at Cove Point House, Gourock, on 14th December 1875 by Reverend J.H. McCulloch (Greenock Advertiser 18.12.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1875)

WALKER Margaret McIntosh, daughter of Peter Walker, died at 67 Belville Street, Greenock on 14th December 1894 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1894)

WALKER Margaret Walker, Greenock, to John McCuaig, Greenock at Cockburn Hotel, Bath Street, Greenock on 10th September 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1889)

WALKER Margaret Kennedy, eldest daughter of late George Walker, Port Glasgow, to William C. Bastian, Scilly Isles, at St. Jude’s Episcopal, Glasgow on 29th August 1865. (Greenock Advertiser 31.8. 1865)

WALKER Maggie, younger daughter of the late James Walker to Malcolm Carmichael, teacher, at 27 Bank Street, Greenock in July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1897)

WALKER Maggie, daughter of Arthur & Alice Walker, 40 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock died at Barrmill, Beith on 14th October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1903)

WALKER Margaret, daughter of late Robert Walker, to James White, at 25 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 26th December 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1906)

WALKER Margaret Crookshanks, widow of John Walker, contractor, died at 10 Buccleuch Street, Greenock on 8th March 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1902)

WALKER Margaret Edwards, wife of late Robert Walker, teacher, Glasgow, died at 14 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 6th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1897)

WALKER Margaret Gray Cherry, widow of Andrew Walker, ironmoulder, died at 31 Regent Street, Greenock on 16th November 1910, age 71 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1910) see Andrew

WALKER Lizzie Black, eldest daughter of Alex Walker, joiner, to Duncan McCallum, at 6 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 27th November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1885)

WALKER Maggie Walker to James Crawford, Overton, formerly of Ballyclare, Co. Antrim, at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock in June 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1885)

WALKER Jessie Hastie, eldest daughter of Robert Walker, died at 106 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock in May 1870 age 3 years 4 months (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1870)

WALKER Janet, daughter of late Alex Walker, to William Ferguson, at 4 Orangefield, Greenock on 11th May 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1906)

WALKER Janet Alexander Baine, widow of George Walker, died at Greenock Infirmary on 18th November 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1900)

WALKER Janet Courd, widow of George Walker, engineer, died at 2 Ford Place, Finnart Street, Greenock on 18th March 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1904)

WALKER Janet MacFarlane, wife of Alex Walker, joiner, died at 7 Orangefield, Greenock on 12th February 1901 age 72. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1901)

WALKER Janet Morrison, widow of A. Walker, stationer, died at 7 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 13th January 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1886)

WALKER Janet Rodger, widow of David Walker, flesher, died at 33 West Burn Street, Greenock on 13th December 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1870)

WALKER Janet Russell, widow of Matthew M. Walker, grocer, died at 1 McLean’s Buildings, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock, on 20th May 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1909) see Matthew M.

WALKER Jeanie, eldest daughter of late James Walker, to Alexander McCulloch, joiner, at 17 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 27th June 1878 by Reverend P. Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser 28.6.1878 and Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1878)

WALKER Jeanie, eldest daughter of John Walker, to Thomas Morrow, teacher, at Newark Parish Hall, Port Glasgow on 24th June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1897)

WALKER Jeanie Martin, wife of Archibald Walker, died at 8 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 16th May 1899 (Port Glasgow Express 19.5.1899 and Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1899)

WALKER Jeanie Wilson Lawe, wife of Duncan Walker, Stillaig, Millhouse, Kyle of Bute, died at her mother’s, Sunnyside, Kilmacolm on 20th February 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1905)

WALKER John Walker to Catherine, 2nd daughter of Angus Campbell, timber painter, 52 Regent Street, at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 29th December 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1898) see Mary C.

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WALKER Jessie, elder daughter of late David Walker, flesher, died at 33 West Burn Street, Greenock on 9th September 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 11.9.1869 and Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1869)

WALKER Janet, daughter of William Walker, steward, died at 38 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 22nd October 1890 age 19 months (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1890)

WALKER John Walker, merchant of Greenock, to Mary Anne, 2nd daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Carmalt, R.N. Brookhill, Loudonderry, at Monteith Row, Glasgow on 24th April 1832 by Rev Dr. Muir. (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1832) see Mary Ann C.

WALKER John Walker, Merchant, Greenock to Jane, youngest daughter of late Alex Barnhill, Port Glasgow, at Port Glasgow on 17th March 1841 by Rev Morren. (Greenock Advertiser 19.3.1841) see Jane B. 2nd wife (1st Mary Ann C.)

WALKER John Walker, sugar refiner, died at Finnart Terrace, Greenock on 7th Aug 1866 – obituary page 2. (Greenock Advertiser 9.8.1866 Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1866) see Jane B, Agnes.

WALKER John Walker, engineer, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Francis Alexander, at Greenock on 4th January 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1836)

WALKER John Walker, engineer, Greenock, died at Madeira on 14th November 1838 age 43. (Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1838)

WALKER John Walker, cloth merchant, to Mary, youngest daughter of late Captain William Wallace, Greenock, at Greenock on 19th March 1837. (Greenock Advertiser 22.3.1837.)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Walker born at West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 18th February 1839 (Greenock Advertiser 19.2.1839)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Walker, born West Blackhall Street, Greenock, on 3rd January 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 7.1.1842)

WALKER John Walker of the barque Caledonian of Greenock, to Mary, daughter of late Neil McVicar, at Greenock on 4th January 1842 by Rev McFarlan (Greenock Advertiser 7.1.1842)

WALKER Capt. John Walker of the ‘Lady Cornwall’ of Greenock, died at Greenock on 5th January 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 7.1.1845)

WALKER John Walker, jnr, died at Ashton, Gourock on 17th May 1848. (Greenock Advertiser 19.5.1848)

WALKER Jessie, daughter of late Dr Robert Walker, Greenock, died at Bridge of Allan on 24th May 1860 see Agnes (Greenock Advertiser 29.5.1860)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John Walker, born at 23 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 24th December 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1861)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs John Walker, caulker, born at 57 Belville St Greenock on 28th November 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1903)

WALKER John Walker, joiner, died at 3 William St, Port Glasgow on 27th February 1902 age 56 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1902) see Maria

WALKER John Walker, sawmill manager, died at 3 Octavia St, Port Glasgow on 3rd November 1900 age 69 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1901) see Jane S.

WALKER John Walker, engineer, 10 Charles Street, Greenock, believed missing with lighter ‘Bowling’ from Greenock to Inveraray (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1899)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John Walker, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at East Orange, N.J. on 20th February 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1892)

WALKER John Walker, clothier, Formerly of Greenock, died at New York on 13th July 1849. (Greenock Advertiser 21.9.1849)

WALKER John Walker to Margaret Cowan, 6th daughter of late John Stewart, foreman carpenter, Renfrew & Govan, granddaughter of late Captain James Cowan, Greenock, at 6 Nelson Street, Glebe, Greenock on 31st December 1859. (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1890)

WALKER John Walker, contractor, 57 Regent Street, died at 10 Buccleuch Street, Greenock on 27th December 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1887)

WALKER Captain John Walker to Ellen, daughter of Peter Tacchi, Sunderland, at Wellpark Free Church Manse, Greenock on 19th May 1879 by Rev M. Reid. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1879)

WALKER John, son of late David Walker, flesher, died at 33 West Burn Street, Greenock on 9th September 1868 age 20. (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1868) see David.

WALKER John, son of late David Walker, flesher, died at 33 West Burn Street, Greenock on 9th September 1868 age 20 (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1868) (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1868) see David.

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WALKER Janet Walker died at 56 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th November 1904 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1901)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs John Walker, born at 59 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 24th January 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 27.1.1863)

WALKER Janet, eldest daughter of Alex Walker, plumber, to Alexander McKay, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 1st July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1901)

WALKER Jane Byers, 3rd daughter of late David Walker, merchant, Greenock, to John Paterson, clothier, at Whitevale Street, Glasgow in December 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 4.12.1860)

WALKER Jane Craddock, daughter of Robert Johnston Walker, Engineer, died at 39 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd May 1879 age 3 months (Greenock Advertiser 23.5.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1879).

WALKER Jane Hamilton, wife of Robert Walker, plumber, died at Drumfrochar Rd, Greenock on 24th December 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1870).

WALKER Jane Paterson McKillop, wife of Louson Walker, C.A, died at Westhorpe, Greenock on 6th February 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1900) see Louson

WALKER Jane Stewart, widow of John Walker, manager, Kingston Sawmills, died at 55 Ardgowan St, Port Glasgow, on 22nd October 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1902. see John

WALKER Jane Walker Melrose, wife of Robert Stewart Walker, solicitor, died at Ennerdale, Greenock on 24th July 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1901) see Robert W

WALKER Jane Walker Shaw, wife of Louson Walker, died at 21 Union Street, Greenock on 15th July 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 17.7.1875 and Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1875) see Louson

WALKER Mary King, eldest daughter of R.S. Walker, Brookfield, Greenock, to David Douglas, engineer, at St. Michael’s All Angels, Bromley, on 3rd July 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1870.)

WALKER Janet, eldest daughter of James Walker, to William, eldest son of James Brown, at Mechanics Institution, Greenock on 18th March 1879 by Reverend A. Fullerton (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1879)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Stewart Walker, solicitor, born at Pomona, Brisbane Street, Greenock on 17th June 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 17th June 1892)

WALKER Janet, daughter of late Hugh Walker, farmer, Craigenfeoch, Johnstone, died at her brother in law’s, Duncan McGregor, 7 Watt Street, Greenock on 27th August 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1889)

WALKER John Walker, Greenock, to Elizabeth Watson, youngest daughter of A Wood-Smith at St Vincent Street UF, Glasgow on 10th January 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1907)

WALKER A daughter to Mr &Mrs John Walker, born at 15 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 24th August 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 25.8.1864)

WALKER Violet Jean, daughter of late Captain George Walker, to Daniel Downie, engineer, at Greenock on 24th December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1913)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Walker, clerk, born at 49 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 25th February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1890)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs William Walker, clerk, born at 49 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 13th July 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1886)

WALKER William Walker, labourer, 11 Charles Street, Greenock, died at Princes Pier on 3rd June 1886 age 44. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1886)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs William Walker, born at 37 St Lawrence Street, Greenock on 28th Mar 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1888)

WALKER William Walker, 7 Octavia Cottages, to Lizzie, eldest daughter of late Samuel Dodds, joiner, at Borland’s Temperance Hotel, Greenock on 21st July 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1885)

WALKER William Walker, sailmaker, husband of Mary, died at 1 West Breast, Greenock in Aug 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1882)

WALKER William Walker died at Rockwell House, Gourock on 17th Aug 1881 age 75. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1881)

WALKER William Walker died at 32 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock on 15th February 1881 age 65. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1881)

WALKER William, son of John Walker, contractor, died at 10 Buccleuch Street, Greenock on 10th January 1872 age 5. (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1872)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Walker, engineer, SS Black Bay, born at Lynedoch Street,

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Greenock on 6th April 1868. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1868)

WALKER William Walker, cartwright, died at 8 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 2nd January 1859 age 72. (Greenock Advertiser 7.1.1859)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs S.E. Walker, born at 3 Norman Terrace, Gourock on 10th October 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1909)

WALKER Walter Walker, formerly of Port Glasgow, died en route from Calcutta to Genoa on 19th September 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 8.3.1842)

WALKER William Walker to Jane Buchan, daughter of Edward Bucklitsch, joiner, at 65 Regent Street, Greenock on 21st September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 23. 9.1886)

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walker, born at 40 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 20th February 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1909)

WALKER Thomas, youngest son of Thomas Walker, died at 8 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 13th November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1907)

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walker born at 26 Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 8th February 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1908)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walker born at Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 8th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1906)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walker born at 2 Mary Street, Port Glasgow, on 21st October 1905. (Port Glasgow Express 25.10.1905)

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walker, born at Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 27th November 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1903)

WALKER Thomas, eldest surviving son of late Archibald Walker, died at 13 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 12th Aug 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1896)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walker died at 15 Brisbane Street Greenock on 4th September 1868, (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1868)

WALKER Mrs T. Walker, mother in law of William Horn, died at 24 Bruce Street, Greenock on 28th Mar 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.18850

WALKER Susan Gray wife of James Walker died at 45 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow, on 28th January 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1902 & Port Glasgow Express 31.1.1902) see Susie G

WALKER Robert Stewart Walker, solicitor, Greenock, to Jane Walker, daughter of late John Melross, Thornhill, Dumfries, at 4 Gladstone Place, Sandyford, Glasgow on 22nd August 1882 (Greenock Advertiser 24.8.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1882) see Jane W. M.

WALKER William, eldest son of Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, died at 4 George Square, Greenock on 12th December 1853 age 3 years 4 months. (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1853) see Richard W; Hugh W.

WALKER William Walker, marine engineer, died at 12 Robertson St, Greenock on 8th Aug 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1892).

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs W.L. Walker, teacher, born at Cowdenha’, Kilmacolm on 12th June 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1887)

WALKER William L. Walker, teacher to Ann, elder daughter of late Robert Smith at Stewarton, Kilmacolm on 26th August 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1886)

WALKER William Henry Walker, Liverpool, to Janet Jamieson, 2nd daughter of late Capt John James Edwards, Heatherdale, Ardnadam, at 9 Wellington Street, Greenock on 21st October 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1884).

WALKER William Glendinning, son of James Walker, died at 9 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th November 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1898).

WALKER William Fell, son of Andrew Walker, 8 West Quay Lane, Greenock, died at Liverpool, on 10th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1912).

WALKER William Walker to Sarah McArthur, 3rd daughter of Alex Gillies, guard, 37 Crawfurd Street, Greenock, at 175 Garry Street, Winnipeg on 3rd February 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1912).

WALKER William Walker, died at 9 Main St, Greenock on 5th February 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1896).

WALKER William Walker, Bonnybridge, to Agnes Eldest surviving daughter of late Will Smith, moulder, Greenock at UP Manse, Denny-loanhead on 29th November 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1895).

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WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Will Walker, born at Knockbuckle Farm, Kilmacolm on 26th June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1901).

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Will Walker born at Knockbuckle Farm, Kilmacolm on 10th November 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1895).

WALKER William, youngest son of A.H. Walker, Paisley & Gourock, died at Bunessan, Mull on Aug 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1894).

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Walker, born at 49 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 10th May 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1892)

WALKER William Walker, shipping agent, Greenock, to Magdalena, elder daughter of Greenock Taylor at 13 Queen Square, Glasgow on 7th September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1893)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Walker, clerk, born at 24 South Street, Greenock on 21st July 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1894)

WALKER William Walker, Falkirk, to Minnie Turner, daughter of late John Turner, Glasgow, at 8 Wellington St, Greenock on 30th June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1891).

WALKER William Walker to Jesse, 2nd daughter of late John Flockhart, at 27 Patrick Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1891).

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Will Walker, draper, born at 96 Dempster Street, Greenock on 21st Aug 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1891).

WALKER William Walker, draper, to Annie Gow, daughter of James Duncan, Rothiemay, Banff, at Borland's Hotel, Greenock on 13th November 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1890).

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Will Walker, baker, born at 7 Brachelston St, Greenock on 15th April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1900).

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Will Walker, baker, born on 19th Mar 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1895).

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Will Walker, baker, born at 9 Royal St, Gourock on 19th February 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1891).

WALKER William Walker, spirit merchant, formerly of Greenock, died at East End, Lochwinnoch on 14th October 1889 age 85 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1889).

WALKER William, son of Captain William & Sarah Walker, died at 1 Campsie Terrace, Greenock on 6th Aug 1889 age 11months. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1889)

WALKER William Walker, fireman, Greenock missing in wreck of SS Horatio from Ardrossan to Hamburg on 16th November 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1888)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs William Walker, chemist, born at 27 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 6th November 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1886)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Stewart E. Walker, born at 39 Ann Street, Greenock on 2nd January 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 03.01.1908)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Will Walker, shipping agent, born at 49 Brisbane St, Greenock on 12th Aug 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1894).

WALKER Peter Walker jnr, to Williamina, youngest daughter of late John Ogilvie, at 2 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 4th January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1893)

WALKER Robert Walker, carpenter, to Kate, 2nd daughter of William Bennie, at Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 4th July 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1889)

WALKER Robert, son of Robert Walker, labourer, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Cartsburn Street, Greenock in Nov/December 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1888)

WALKER Robert, only son of late William Walker, Glasgow, died at 8 Williamson’s Lane, Port Glasgow on 19th August 1884, age 9 1/2 months. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1884)

WALKER Robert, son of Robert Johnston Walker, engineer, died at 39 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 24th April 1879 age 2 years, 2 months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1879)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Walker born at Victoria Place, Hillend, Greenock on 6th March 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1870)

WALKER Robert Walker, engineer, to Margaret Cameron, only surviving daughter of late Alex White, blacksmith, at Hillend, Greenock on 29th June 1869 by Rev. P. Thomson. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1869)

WALKER Captain Robert Walker, Liverpool, died at Sea View, East Bay, Gourock on 9th June 1867 (his father’s house). (Greenock Advertiser 11.6.1867 and Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1867)

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WALKER Robert Walker, labourer, died at the West Quay, Greenock on 1st January 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 5.1.1864)

WALKER Robert Walker, M.D. died at Greenock on 26th September 1842. Obituary p2. (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1842) see Agnes

WALKER Robert Walker, bookseller, Glasgow, to Marian Fairrie, eldest daughter of late Robert Johnstone, merchant Port Glasgow, at Montagu Place, Glasgow on 11th December 1838. (Greenock Advertiser 14.12.1838)

WALKER Robena, infant daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Walker, died at 23 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 26th May 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1896)

WALKER Susie Gray, 3rd daughter of James Walker, to Duncan Johnstone, mate, at 47 Ardgowan Street. Port Glasgow on 25th Aug 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1898) see Susan G

WALKER Mrs Dugald Walker, died at Dellingburn Street, Greenock on 1st July 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 6.7.1876 and Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1876)

WALKER Robert Walker plater, died at 4 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 26th June 1900 – p2, age 63, husband of Maria Monkin. (Port Glasgow Express 29.6.1900 and Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1900)

WALKER Peter Walker, Hopeton Place, Glasgow died 112 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th September 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1878)

WALKER Nora Winifred, eldest daughter of John William Walker, 19 Bentinck Street, to Ronald Laird, Birkenhead, at Bellevue, Greenock on 17th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1906)

WALKER Matthew Martin Walker, grocer, died at McLean’s Buildings, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 12th July 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1908) see Janet R

WALKER Matthew Walker to Janet R Russell, spirit merchant at Greenock Town Hall Saloon on 29th November 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1892) see Janet W

WALKER Matilda McAlear, wife of Colin Walker, died at 5 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1893)

WALKER Mary Ure, widow of Alex Walker, Lauriston, Falkirk, died at Bank of Scotland House, Greenock on 18th January 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1905)

WALKER Mary Thompson, 2nd daughter of Andrew Walker, shipwright, Greenock to Alexander Cameron, Bonnybridge, at West Bay, Rothesay on 4th April 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1879)

WALKER Mary Taylor, 2nd daughter of late David Walker, clothier, Greenock, to Charles Gordon Ross, city of Glasgow Bank, at 111 Paisley Road, Glasgow on 9th March 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 12.3.1864) see David.

WALKER Mary Ross, wife of Joseph S. Walker, watchman, died at 30 Ann Street, Greenock on 20th March 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1910)

WALKER Mary Nicolson, widow of Alex Walker, cooper, died at 9 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 3rd May 1895, age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1895)

WALKER Mary MacLachlan, wife of Andrew Walker, coal merchant, died at 11 Nelson Street, Greenock on the 11th March 1887 aged 49 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1887.)

WALKER Richard Wonham, only surviving son of Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, died at 4 George Square, Greenock on 19th December 1853 age 16 months. (Greenock Advertiser 20.12.1853) see William; Agnes

WALKER Robert Stewart Walker, solicitor, Greenock, to Isobel, youngest daughter of late Lachlan Ross, Broadford Skye, at St Stephen’s, Broughty Ferry on 15th October 1902. – The Hill Greenock. 2nd wife. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1902)

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Stewart E. Walker, born at 47 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 5th August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1904)

WALKER Stewart Walker to Mary, 2nd youngest daughter of Thomas Jamieson, at Manse, 50 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 6th January 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1904)

WALKER Sarah Wilkinson, wife of Anderson Walker, died at 7 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 26th May 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1907)

WALKER Sarah Smith, wife of William Walker, died at 9 Main Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1895)

WALKER Sarah Ann, only daughter of late George Walker, to Alexander Bain, engineer, at 2 St. Andrew Street, Greenock on 15th August 1873 by Rev P. Thomson. (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1873)

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WALKER Sarah, daughter of Robert Walker, died at 4 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 28th November 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1889)

WALKER Robertina, youngest daughter of Robert Walker, died at Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 25th February 1881, age 5yrs 5 months (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1881)

WALKER Robert Stewart Walker of Orrok, feuar in Greenock, died at Orrok House, Belhelue, Aberdeenshire of 22nd August 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1889)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs R. Stewart Walker, born at the Hill, Greenock on 8th May 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1909)

WALKER Son to Mr and Mrs R. Stewart Walker, solicitor, born at The Hill, Greenock on 11th August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1907)

WALKER Daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert S. Walker, solicitor, born at The Hill, Greenock on 8th May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1906)

WALKER Robert Walker to Margaret, daughter of late Edward Stevens, at Crawford’s Halls, Greenock on 8th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1897)

WALKER Daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Stewart Walker, solicitor, born at The Hill, Greenock on 6th September 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1903)

WALKER A daughter to Mr &Mrs Robert Walker, cabinetmaker, born at 24 Bruce Street, Greenock on 20th January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1900)

WALKER A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Stewart Walker, jnr, solicitor, born at Argyle Terrace, 45 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 7th January 1884. (Greenock Advertiser 7.1.1884 & Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1884)

WALKER Isabella Young, daughter of Robert & Kate Walker, shipwright, 2 Kilblain Street, Greenock, died at Greenock Infirmary on 26th August 1906 age 8. (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1906)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Stewart Walker, born at Pomona, Brisbane Street, Greenock on 21st July 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1890)

WALKER Jane Blyth, daughter of George Walker, died at Port Glasgow on 4th January 1837 age 2yrs 8months. (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1837) see Margaret, James, Robert A, George.

WALKER Robert J Walker, brother of Henry, died at 20 Crescent Street, Greenock in December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 31 .12. 1900)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Robert J. Walker, engineer, born at 40 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 18th August 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1882)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Robert J. Walker, engineer, born at 40 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd October 1880. Robert Johnston died on 3rd December 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1880)

WALKER Robert Anderson, son of late George Walker, died at Port Glasgow on 9th January 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 11.01.1859) see Jane Blyth

WALKER Robert Walker, of Walker & Dick, Glasgow, son of Thomas Walker, Westerhill, Newlands, to Marion, only daughter of late J. G. Rowan, Greenock and Glasgow, at Violet Grove, Rothesay on 20th August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 21.08.1903)

WALKER Robert Walker, labourer, husband of Harriet, died at 25 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 19th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 20.06.1901) see Elizabeth

WALKER Robert Walker, vanman, to Elizabeth, daughter of James Burns, caulker, at St John’s Greenock on 5th July 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1900)

WALKER Mary Lindsay, wife of Archibald Walker, died at 15 Main Street. Greenock in February 1891(Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1891.)

WALKER Daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Stewart Walker, solicitor, born at The Hill, Greenock on 25th September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1904)

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Walker, born at 3 Clune Place, Port Glasgow on 5th April 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1913)

WALKER Ann Walker, mother of Alex, died at 4 Hill St, Greenock in August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1904)

WALKER Andrew, son of Andrew Walker, coal merchant, 71 Nicolson Street, committed suicide after murdering Miss Holmes, at Caddlehill Gardens, Greenock on 20th September 1889 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1889) see Alfred

WALKER Andrew Walker, iron moulder, died at 57 Belville Street, Greenock on 13th April 1881 age 47 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1881) see Margaret G.C.

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WALKER Andrew, eldest son of Andrew Walker, moulder, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock on 9th January 1874, age 10. (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1874)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Walker, coal merchant, born at 11 Nelson Street, west, Greenock on 27th January 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 28.1.1882Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1882)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Walker, coal agent, born at 11 Nelson Street, West, Greenock on 5th February 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1879) (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1879)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Walker, coal agent, born at 11 Nelson St west, Greenock on 9th October 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1877)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Walker, coal agent, born at 11 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 6th June 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1875)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Walker, coal agent, born at 11 Nelson Street, west, Greenock on 25th March 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1873)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Walker, born at 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 4th May 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1870)

WALKER Alice Jamieson, eldest daughter of Stewart and Mary Walker, 47 Trafalgar Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 5th July 1912, age 7 years 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1912)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Walker born at 15 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 31st August 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1871)

WALKER Alexander Hattrick, only son of late David Walker, merchant, Greenock, died at Glasgow on 29th March 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 31.3.1879)

WALKER Annie Sinclair, eldest daughter of David Walker, engineman, 13 Belville St, Greenock on 10th August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1899)

WALKER Alexander Walker, sugar sampler, died at 8 West Quay Lane, Greenock on 8th October 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1908)

WALKER Alexander Walker, plumber, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Bothwell on 8th August 1905 age 52. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1905)

WALKER Alexander Walker, joiner, died at 4 Orangefield, Greenock on 22nd May 1904 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1904)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Walker, boilermaker, born at 86 Belville Street, Greenock on 1st October 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1900)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Walker, boilermaker, born at 86 Belville Street Greenock on 21st September 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1897)

WALKER Alexander Walker to Margaret, 3rd daughter of Archibald McIntyre, farmer, Appin, Argyll, at 9 Crescent Street Greenock on 17th May 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1895)

WALKER Alexander Walker, cooper, 7 Octavia Cottages, killed at Walker & Co. Sugar Refinery, Princes Street, Greenock on 17th January 1889 age 61. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1889)

WALKER Alexander, youngest son of Robert Walker, died at 16 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 17th November 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1882)

WALKER Alexander Walker, shipwright to Barbara only daughter of late Alex Gray, Campbeltown, at 69 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 18th July 1871 by Rev J McPherson. (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1871)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Walker, shipbroker, born at Brougham Street, Greenock on 27th June 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1876 and Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1876)

WALKER Christina Walker died at her brother in law’s, Alex Campbell, 9 Crescent Street, Greenock on 29th January 1887 age 52. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1887)

WALKER Alfred, youngest son of Andrew Walker, coal merchant, died at 11 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 12th December 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1880 and Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1880) see Andrew

WALKER Archibald Walker, leather merchant, Greenock to Agnes, daughter of Mrs McVey, Gourock, at Douglas Hotel, Glasgow on 25th February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1910)

WALKER James, age 4 years 7 months, son of George Walker, died at Port Glasgow on 8th January 1837. See Jane B, Margaret. (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1837)

WALKER Son to Mr and Mrs Charles Walker, born at 3 Kilmory Terrace, Port Glasgow on 5th April 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1906)

WALKER A son to Mr and Mrs Charles Walker, born at 3 Kilmory Terrace, Port Glasgow on 15th

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November 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1903 & Port Glasgow Express 20.11.1903)

WALKER Daughter to Mr and Mrs Charles Walker born at 73 Princes Street, Greenock on 2nd October 1900. Mary died at 13 Newark Place, Port Glasgow in November 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1902 & Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1900)

WALKER Catherine Milligan, daughter of late William Walker, died at Rockhill, Gourock on 6th August 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1894)

WALKER Catherine Fairlie, widow of John Walker, cooper, died at 19 Bruce Street, Greenock on 17th November 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1867)

WALKER Catherine Campbell, widow of Neil Walker, died at her daughter’s, Mrs McNeill, formerly of 55 Rue-end Street, Greenock, Pomfret Centre, Conn. on 4th November 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1890)

WALKER Catherine, daughter of Alex and Margaret Walker, died at 2 Belville Place, Greenock on 28th January 1907 age 9 years 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1907)

WALKER Catherine Walker, died at her sister’s, Mrs Colin McKenzie, 1 Belville Street, Greenock on 10th April 1894 age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1894)

WALKER Bessie McGhee, youngest daughter of Archibald Walker, died at 5 Serpentine Walk, Greenock on 12th May 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1885)

WALKER Barbara Walker died at Greenock Infirmary on 30th January 1901 after a burning accident age 3 years 3 months, daughter of Samuel Walker, riveter, 21 Main Street. Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1901)

WALKER Annie, daughter of late D.C. Walker, baker, granddaughter of John Caulfield, 10 East Shaw Street, Greenock, died on 22nd January 1909, age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1909) see Duncan C.

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Walker, born at 10 Hope Street, Greenock on 11th February 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1911)

WALKER Annie Dunn, eldest daughter of Andrew Walker, carpenter, to Robert Allan, at 33 Lyle St, Greenock on 7th June 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1883)

WALKER Archibald Walker, carpenter, died at 15 Main Street, Greenock on 15th October 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1907)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Walker, plumber, born at 2 Macdougall Street, Greenock on 30th November 1905 / Mother, Grace Campbell, died 6th December 1905 / James Thomson died at 11 Main Street on 15th December 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1905 (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1905)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Walker, born at 43 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 13th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1906)

WALKER Archibald Walker, husband of Mary, died at Greenock Infirmary in June 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1903)

WALKER Archibald Walker, riveter, died at 31 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 16th November 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1900) see Isabella Y.

WALKER Archibald Walker to Jeanie, 3rd daughter of Kenneth Martin, Mary Street, at Academy Hall, Port Glasgow, on 15th April 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1897)

WALKER Archibald Walker died at Adamson’s Buildings, Glen, Port Glasgow on 28th January 1883 age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1883)

WALKER Archibald Walker, tailor, died at 2 Tobago St, Greenock on 3rd May 1858 age 23. (Greenock Advertiser 4.4.1858)

WALKER Antony Walker, apprentice riveter, 3 Carnegie Park Gardens, killed on railway near Glasgow Road, Port Glasgow on 10th June – p2 2nd son of late John Walker. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1911 & Port Glasgow Express 14.6.1911)

WALKER Annabella Morton, eldest daughter of Peter Walker, died at 8 Balfour St, Port Glasgow on 7th July 1891 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1891)

WALKER Annabella McPherson, wife of William Walker, Port Glasgow, died at 20 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 12th October 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 13.10.1866) (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1866)

WALKER Alexander Walker, shipbroker, to Elizabeth Amanda, 2nd daughter of R. Bones, R.N. Coastguards, at 6 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 16th June, 1869 by Rev Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser 19.6.1869 and Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1869)

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WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Walker, born at 46 Brymner Street, Greenock on 12th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1911)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Walker, born at Auchenbothie Farm, Kilmacolm on 5th May 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1891)

WALKER Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh Walker, baker in Greenock, to James Spiers, jnr, wine & spirit merchant in Greenock, on 18th April 1831 by Rev Morren at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1831)

WALKER Son to Mr & Mrs Edward Walker, waiter, born at 22 John Street, Gourock on 15th September 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1910)

WALKER Edward Walker to Lizzie Craig, 2nd daughter of late James Gavin, Peterhead, at Gourock Manse on 14th October 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1909)

WALKER Edward, eldest son of Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, Greenock, to Florence, eldest daughter of James Livesey, C.E., Rotherfield & 6 Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London, at Parish Church, Rotherfield on 26th October 1887. . (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1887) see Hugh W.

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Duncan C. Walker, baker, born at 17 Nelson Street W, Greenock on 14th May 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1898)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Duncan C. Walker, baker, born at 30 Wellington Street, Greenock on 13th April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1895)

WALKER Duncan C. Walker, baker, 65 Regent Street, son in law of John Crawford, died in West Burn Street, Greenock on 14th November 1903 age 32 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1903) see Annie

WALKER Duncan, son of Duncan & Nellie walker, died at 16 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 10th April 1899 age 11months. (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1899)

WALKER Duncan, 2nd son of James Walker, miller, formerly of Luss, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Henry Baldwin, Plaistow, London, at 5 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd February 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1892)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Walker, born at Auchenbothie Farm, Kilmacolm on 12th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1900)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Walker, born at Auchenbothie Farm, Kilmacolm on 4th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1897)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Walker born at 27 Patrick Street Greenock on 12th August 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1873)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Walker, born at Auchenbothie Farm, Kilmacolm on 12th May 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1893)

WALKER Elizabeth Walker, mother of Robert, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock in May 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1886)

WALKER Duncan Walker, baker, formerly of Greenock, died at 458 Gallowgate, Glasgow on 29th March 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1888)

WALKER Dougal Walker, sawyer, husband of Christine, died at 46 Cathcart Street, Greenock in September 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1894)

WALKER David Hugh, youngest son of Alexander and Eliza Jane Walker, storeman, 19 Trafalgar Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 14th December age 3 ½. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1911)

WALKER David Donaldson, son of late George Walker, accountant, Port Glasgow, died at Bothwell Place, Hillhead, Glasgow on 1st March 1875 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1875) see George.

WALKER David Walker, ironmonger, Shaw Walker, 14 Union Street, Glasgow, died at Hillhead House, Tower Drive, Gourock on 12th February 1910 age 66 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1910)

WALKER David, youngest son of late Gavin walker, Glasgow, died at his uncle’s Hillhead House, Gourock on 20th April 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1908)

WALKER P.C. David Walker to Alice, 4th daughter of Mrs McGorry, at 25 Lyle Street, Greenock on 3rd April 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1908)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs David Walker, born at 24 Belville Street, Greenock on 24th Aug 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1892)

WALKER David, son of David Walker, died at 45 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 22nd October 1885 age

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6years 9 months. (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1885)

WALKER David, son of Archibald Walker, died at Adamston Buildings, Greenock in April 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1873)

WALKER David Walker died at 1 Hill Street, Greenock on October 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1867)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Walker, born at Auchenbothie Farm, Kilmacolm on 2nd September 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1895)

WALKER Mrs Walker died at her niece’s 5 Dellingburn Square, Greenock on 27th June 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1882).

WALKER Alexander Walker, Inspector of Poor, youngest son of late Robert Walker, manufacturer, Dunblane, died at Princes Street Port Glasgow on 15th December 1867. Funeral from 13 St Andrew Street, Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 19.12.1867 and Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1867)

WALKER Alexander Walker, joiner, killed at Houston Street, Port Glasgow on 13th March 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1867)

WALKER Alexander Walker, clerk, died at his brother’s house, Greenock on 23rd September 1849 (cholera?). (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1849)

WALKER Agnes Kerr, wife of James Walker, ironfitter, died at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 11th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1899)

WALKER Agnes Elliot, daughter of William Walker, engineer, died at 9 Lyle Street, Greenock on 25th March 1877 age 22 months. (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1877)

WALKER Agnes, 2nd daughter of late John Walker, sugar refiner, died at 6 Finnart Terrace, Greenock on 23rd March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1897) see John.

WALKER Agnes, daughter of Alex Walker, joiner, died at 7 Orangefield Place, Greenock in November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph, 24.11.1896.)

WALKER Miss Agnes Walker, died at 3 George Square, Greenock on 2nd January 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 5.1.1867 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1867)

WALKER Agnes, 2nd daughter of the late John Walker, cooper, to Michael Wilson, cooper, at 19 Bruce Street, Greenock on 28th December 1866 by the Reverend McFarlane. (Greenock Telegraph, 29.12.1866.)

WALKER Agnes, 3rd surviving daughter of late Dr Robert Walker, Greenock, to Robert Gillan, Middlesboro- on -Tees, at 17 Whitevale on 27th June 1861 by the groom’s father (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1861) see Elizabeth; Robert; Jessie; Mary;

WALKER Agnes, eldest and only surviving child of Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, died at 4 George Square, Greenock, on 28th December 1853 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1853) see William; Richard W

WALKER Elizabeth, infant daughter of John Walker, died at George Square, Greenock, on 2nd March 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1847)

WALKER Mr Walker, bricklayer, 20 Vennel, died at Greenock Infirmary on 3rd August 1905, after attempting suicide (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1905).

WALKER Elizabeth, youngest daughter of late Dr Robert Walker, Greenock, to Raylton Dixon, Middlesboro-on-Tees, at Birkhill, Helensburgh on 5th August 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 8.8.1863) see Agnes

WALKER James, plumber, no 91 Inverkip Street Cemetery; / Hugh, baker, 19.8.1816 82 Duncan Street Cemetery / John, engineer, 8.9.1834 361 Duncan Street Cemetery

WALKER Elizabeth Smith, widow of W.G. Walker, chemical manager, daughter of late Hugh Smith, quarrymaster, Inverkip, died at 18 Midton Road, Ayr on 12th December 1906 age 85 (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1906).

WALKER Elizabeth Moffat, wife of Peter Walker, died at 13 Willison’s Lane Port Glasgow on 15th November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1885)

WALKER Elizabeth McRae, youngest daughter of David Walker, engineman, 13 Belville Street, Greenock, to Murdo McKenzie, formerly of Culken, Sutherland, at Dalles European Hotel, Oregon on 27th July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1906)

WALKER Elizabeth Finlay Walker died at 14 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 1st November 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1897)

WALKER Elizabeth Fairlie, youngest daughter of late John Walker, cooper, Greenock, to Mark Scott Lindsley, at Congregational Church, Stratford, London on 21st August 1883. (Greenock

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WALKER Elizabeth Evans, daughter of Andrew Walker, died at 67 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 18th November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1907)

WALKER Elizabeth Connell, widow of James Walker, angel smith, Greenock, died at 2 Hyndford Street, Govan on 7th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1906)

WALKER Elizabeth, eldest daughter of late Robert Walker, to James Howie, at 25 Trafalgar Street on 21st September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1904) see Robert.

WALKER Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Walker, died at 23 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 25th October 1895 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1895)

WALKER Elizabeth Walker died at 4 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd November 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1893)

WALKER Christian McDonald, wife of William Walker, merchant, Greenock, died at Greenock on 24th November 1835. Grand-daughter – see Margaret J.E. McGaw (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1835)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs A.H. Walker born at Inverkip Hotel on 16th July 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1886).

WALKER Isabella, 2nd daughter of James Walker, railway porter to William Buchan, sail-maker at 11 Regent Street, Greenock on 17th July 1877 by Rev. A. Fullarton. (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1877)

WALKER James Walker, Glasgow, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of James Young, at Kelly, Wemyss Bay on 13th June 1871.(Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1871.)

WALKER A son to Mr and Mrs James Walker, born at 11 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd March 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1871.)

WALKER A son to Mr and Mrs James Walker, born at 9 Regent Street, Greenock on 7th July1868. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1868.)

WALKER James Walker, formerly of Dry Dock Head, Port Glasgow, died at Kiels, Port Askaig, Islay on 31st January 1857. (Greenock Advertiser 6.2.1857)

WALKER James, son of late James Walker, boilermaker, died at 29 Nicholson Street Greenock, on 29th June 1855 age 24. (Greenock Advertiser 3.7.1855)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs James Walker, born at Terrace Road, Greenock on 28th March 1855. (Greenock Advertiser 30.3.1855)

WALKER James Walker, boiler-builder, died at Cartsburn Street Greenock on 10th February 1838. (Greenock Advertiser 15.2.1838)

WALKER William W. Walker died at his uncle’s, H. McWhirter, 12 Wellington Street, Greenock on 12th December 1893, age 25. (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1893)

WALKER J. Walker, AB on barque Koko heading from Portland, Oregon to Wellington, native of Greenock, drowned on voyage -P2. (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1913)

WALKER Maggie Wallace, elder daughter of Robert Walker, Octavia Street, to W.I. Turner, Sunderland at Mechanics Hall, Port Glasgow on 25th December 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1889)

WALKER Isabella Young, widow of Archibald Walker, riveter, died at 47 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 8th December 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1901) see Archibald.

WALKER Hugh, infant son of Robert Walker, shipwright, died at 20 St .Lawrence Street, on 13th Aug 1892 age 10months. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1892)

WALKER Isabella (Daisy), daughter of Robert Walker to James McCrae, at 4 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 18th January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1900)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Walker, iron shipbuilder, born at 19 Regent Street, Greenock on 28th October 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1883)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, born at Bellevue, Johnston Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1898)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, born at Bellevue, Greenock on 23rd January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1894)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh William Walker, born at Bellevue, Greenock on 27th August 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1891)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, born at 37 Fox Street, Greenock on 13th January 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1887)

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WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, born at 37 Fox Street Greenock on 15th June 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1885)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, born at 37 Fox Street Greenock on 30th October 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 30.10.1883 Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1883)

WALKER Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, died at Bellevue, Greenock on 30th December 1913 – obit page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1913)

WALKER Hugh William Walker, to Jane eldest daughter of Daniel Leitch, painter, at Upper Campbell Street Greenock on 14th September 1881 by Rev J.H. McCulloch, Gourock. (Greenock Advertiser 15.9.1881 Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1881) see Edward: Hugh: John William: William.

WALKER Hugh Richard Walker to Annie Gladys Ferguson, at Greenock on 26th February 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1898)

WALKER Hugh Walker, labourer, husband of Helen Simpson, died at 52 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 2nd June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.56.1912)

WALKER Miss Charlotte Walker died at Hartfell, Finnart Street, Greenock, on 22nd October 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 23.10.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1877)

WALKER Isabella Chalmers, wife of James Walker, died at 5 Hill Street, Greenock on 4th June 1863 age 39. (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1863)

WALKER James Walker, engineer, London CC., to Marion Yates, 2nd daughter of late Isaac Strachan, pilot, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 28th July 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1903)

WALKER Jane Barnhill, wife of John Walker, died at 4 George Square, Greenock on 17th November 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 19.11.1850) see John, Jane B.

WALKER Jane, daughter of Alex Walker, former Sergeant -Major, 1st RRV Greenock, to John Wahn, at Brisbane on 15th Aug 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1885)

WALKER Jane, eldest daughter of Andrew Walker, moulder, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock on 10th October 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1873)

WALKER Jane, eldest daughter of late John Walker, merchant, Port Glasgow on 12th March 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 15.3.1850) see Margaret

WALKER James Nelson Walker, to Jeanie, only daughter of late John Wilson, baker, Greenock., at Belmont Place, Hillhead, Glasgow on 24th April 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 30.4.1872)

WALKER James Gowin infant son of Edward & Elizabeth Walker, waiter, died at 22 John Street, Greenock on 20th May 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1913)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs James C. Walker, goods agent, born at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on 25th January 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1886 Alexander died in September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1886)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs James C. Walker, goods agent, born at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on 6th June 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1881)

WALKER James Walker, 22 Tobago Street, mate on Lighter Sealight, missing since December 1911, found off Princes Pier on 2nd February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1912)

WALKER James, eldest son of John Walker, 34 Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow died at his grandfather’s, Carrick East, Limavaddy on 25th July 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1911)

WALKER James, only son of late Robert Walker, Greenock, died at Beverley, Enfield, London on 6th July 1910 age 68. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1910)

WALKER James Walker, blacksmith, 56(58) Wellington Street, Greenock drowned at Prices Pier on 21st January 1882, age 45 – wife Elizabeth (Greenock Advertiser 23.1.1882 and Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1882)

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Walker, accountant, born at Bank of Scotland House, Greenock in April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1906)

WALKER James Walker, iron shipbuilder, to Agnes, 2nd daughter of late Moses Kerr, at 14 Terrace Road, Greenock on 29th December 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1882)

WALKER James Walker, labourer, husband of Martha, Cardwell Road, found off Cardwell Bay on 8th December, 1902 – missing since 8th November1902. (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1902)

WALKER James. Eldest son of Joseph S. Walker, labourer, died at 53 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 7th January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1893)

WALKER James Walker to Agnes, 2nd daughter of Robert McMurtie (caretaker Mansion House?), Greenock, at 504 McLellan Street, Philadelphia on 13th June 1889. (Greenock Telegraph

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WALKER James Walker, railway porter, 40 years with Caledonian Railway, died at 13 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th November 1888, wife Gorgina. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1888)

WALKER James Walker, husband of Jane, died at 13 Adamstone Buildings, Port Glasgow in December 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1884)

WALKER James Walker died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th December 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1884)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Walker, iron fitter, born at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 30th May 1896 – Maggie died 7th February 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.97) (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1896)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Walker, iron fitter, born at 40 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd July 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1893)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Walker, iron fitter, born at 6 Hill Street, Greenock on 29th March 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1889)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs James Walker, iron fitter, born at 19 Regent Street, Greenock on 12th October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1886)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs James Walker, iron fitter, born at 19 Regent Street, Greenock on 16th March 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1885)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at New Hillend, Greenock on 12th January 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1869)

WALKER James Walker, husband of Margaret Dunlop, died at 53 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow, on 12th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1907)

WALKER Ellen, stepdaughter of Archibald Walker, carpenter, died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 21st February 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1886)

WALKER George William, infant son of George Walker, formerly of Greenock, died at Brisbane, Queensland on 9th April 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1877)

WALKER Rev George Walker, formerly of Greenock, died at New Glasgow, Nova Scotia on 1st March 1884 age 79 obit – p3 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1884)

WALKER George, infant son of Robert Walker died at Currie’s Buildings, Greenock Road, Port Glasgow on 10th December 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1877)

WALKER George, son of late George Walker, Port Glasgow died at Wyoming, Ontario on 19th February 1874 (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1874) see David D, George, Helen H.R., Jane B

WALKER Captain George Walker, to Janet Alexander, eldest daughter of William Baine, rope & sail maker, at 23 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 3rd Mar 1870 by Reverend J.B. Smith. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1870 & Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1870)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs George Walker, born at Shore Street, Port Glasgow on 14th May 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 16.5.1854)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs George Walker, born at Shore Street, Port Glasgow, on 28th October 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 29.10.1850)

WALKER George Walker, mercantile clerk, died at Port Glasgow on 23rd December 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1858) see George.

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Frederick M. Walker, born at 57 Esplanade, Greenock on 7th November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1885) Died 9th November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 10th 1885)

WALKER Frederick Mather Walker, London, to Susan Morrison, younger daughter of Abram Lyle, at Oakley, Greenock on 1st August 1883 (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1883)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Frederick A. Walker, born at 57 Esplanade, Greenock on 24th August 1887. Died same day. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1887)

WALKER Hugh Walker, engineer, husband of Elizabeth Wilson, died at 11South Street Greenock on 2nd January 1903 age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1903)

WALKER Ethel Claire, 2nd daughter of John William Walker, 20 Bentinck Street, to Alexander R. Edmiston, Liverpool, at Tontine, Greenock on 2nd November 1912. (Greenock telegraph 4.11.1912)

WALKER Grace, youngest daughter of late Robert Walker, 4 Octavia Street, to James McKay, at Newark Parish Halls, Port Glasgow on 1st July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1910)

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WALKER Eliza Jane Walker, dressmaker, sister of George Walker, died at 29 Dempster Street, Greenock on 7th June 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1887).

WALKER David, eldest son of D Walker, flesher, West Burn Street, Greenock, died on the ship, Daylight, from Mauritius to Calcutta on 15th March 1858 age 19. (Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1858) see David

WALKER A posthumous daughter to Mrs David Walker, born at West Blackhall Street, Greenock, on 7th September 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 9.9.1853)

WALKER David Walker, clothier, died at Greenock on 7th May 1853 age 44. (Greenock Advertiser 10.5.1853) see Helen M, Mary T

WALKER David Walker, inn-keeper in Market Street, Greenock, drowned in Port Glasgow Harbour on 15th September 1831. (Greenock Advertiser 16.9.1831)

WALKER Daniel Walker, riveter, husband of Jesse, died at 26 Charles Street, Greenock on 13th September 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1894)

WALKER Daniel Walker to Jeanie, eldest daughter of late John McLean, at Ladyburn, Greenock on 26th October 1886. Now 52a Municipal Buildings, Helensburgh. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1911)

WALKER A daughter to Mr and Mrs Colin Walker, electrician, born at 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock on the 11th November 1913 (Greenock Telegraph12.11.1913)

WALKER Twin sons to Mr and Mrs Colin Walker, electrician, born at 87 Wellington Street, Greenock on the 30th May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1912.)

WALKER The daughter of Colin Walker, painter, died at 5 Bearhope Street, Greenock in June 1882 (Greenock Telegraph, 1.7.1882.)

WALKER Colin Walker, painter, died at 6 Sir Michael St, Greenock on 19th May 1896 age 58, father of Thomas (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1896).

WALKER Emma Agnes Wonham, widow of Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, died at Chaseley, 117 Eldon Street, Greenock on 6th November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1896) see Hugh.

WALKER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Henry Walker, insurance agent, born at 20 Crescent Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1900)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, Woodburn, Greenock born at Shawfield, Skelmorlie on 20th July 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 21.7.1868)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at Wooodburn, Newark Street, Greenock on 27th November 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 29.11.1866) Percy Wonham died 14th January 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1868)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, 56 Union Street Greenock, born at Ascog, Bute on 31st Aug 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 3.9.1864)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at 59 Union Street Greenock on 19th February 1863, (Greenock Advertiser 21.2.1863)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at 59 Union Street Greenock on 19th march 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 21.3.1861)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at 4 George Square, Greenock on 3rd May 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1859)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at 4 George Square, Greenock on 8th August 1857 (Greenock Advertiser 11.8.1857)

WALKER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at 4 George Square, Greenock on 27th May 1856 Agnes Emma died 29th May 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 30.5.1856)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Walker, born at 4 George Square, Greenock on 8th August 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 11.8.1854)

WALKER Hugh Walker, sugar refiner, died at Chaseley, 117 Eldon Street, Greenock on 4th February 1889, age 80 – obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1889) see Hugh, William, Emma A.W.

WALKER Hugh Walker died at George Square, Greenock on 7th December 1838 age 77. See Margaret. (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1838) see Margaret.

WALKER Georgina, daughter of Thomas Walker, died at 15 Brisbane Street Greenock on 19th June 1868 age 2yrs 10months. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1868)

WALKER Henry Walker, Engine driver, to Mary, daughter of Henry Leith, engine driver, formerly of Greenock, at Kandy, Ceylon on 24th April 1900- both of Ceylon Gov. Railway, Nawalapituja. (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1900)

WALKER Georgina Glendinning, widow of James Walker, formerly of Greenock, died at 48 Oram Street,

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Maryhill on 14th June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6. 1897)

WALKER A son to Mr & Mrs Henry Walker, insurance agent, born at 9 Belville Street, Greenock on 5th July 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1892)

WALKER Helen Russell, eldest daughter of late John Walker, to Thomas Weir, Bolton, at 5 Kelly St, Greenock on 6th May 1868 by Rev McFarlane (Greenock Advertiser 9.5.1868).

WALKER Helen Murray, wife of Archibald Walker, leather merchant, died at 25 Royal St, Gourock on 17th November 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1908 & Gourock Advertiser 20.11.1908).

WALKER Helen Miller, eldest daughter of late David Walker, Greenock to James McCunn, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, at 51 Rue-End Street, Greenock on 4th November 1858 by Rev McCulloch (Greenock Advertiser 5.11.1858) see David

WALKER Helen Hay Robertson, youngest daughter of late George Walker accountant, Port Glasgow, to Patrick Falconer at Bothwell Place, Hillhead, Glasgow on 10th June 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1875) see George.

WALKER Helen Caulfield, wife of Duncan C. Walker, baker, died at 16 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 23rd July 1899 age 31 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1899).

WALKER Helen Boyle, 2nd daughter of late Will Walker, Greenock, to Archibald Kerr, marine engineer, Greenock, at Bath Hotel Glasgow on 27th Aug 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1895)

WALKER Helen Walker died at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1891).

WALKER Helen, eldest daughter of John Walker, formerly of Gourock, to John Fraser, Renfrewshire County Constabulary, Inverkip at 17 Mount Pleasant Street Greenock on 3rd December 1875 by Rev McCulloch (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1875).

WALKER H. Richard Walker formerly of Greenock died at Wolverhampton on 10th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1899.)

WALKER Grace Campbell, wife of Archibald Walker, plumber, died at 2 McDougall Street, Greenock on 6th December 1905, age 24, son born 30th November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1905)

WALKER Jane Barnhill, eldest daughter of late John Walker, to Hugh Fullerton, at Finnart Terrace, Greenock on 8th June 1869 by Rev J. Nelson. (Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1869 Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1869) see Jane B: John

WALKER Hugh Walker, age 5, died when his nightgown caught fire at his house in the Vennel on 11th June 1827. (Greenock Advertiser 15.6.1827)

WALKER Alexander, storeman, husband of Eliza died at Greenock Infirmary on 27th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1914)

WALKER David James Walker to Agnes third daughter of Duncan McFadyen, Greenock at 25 Westburn Street, Greenock on 4th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1914)

WALKER Robert Burgess, youngest son of Mrs. John Walker, 5 Robertson Street, Greenock to Amy Florence, only daughter of Mrs. Charles Turner, 4 Adam Street, Gourock at the Tontine Hotel, Greenock on 4th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1914)

WALKER Alexander, age 9 years youngest son of the late Hugh died at 74 Belville Street, Greenock on 29th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 303.1914)

WALKER Maria, 2nd daughter of late John Walker, 3 William Street, Port Glasgow, to John Latto, marine engineer, at 7 Grant Street, Greenock on 16th August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1903) see John

WALKER Twins (son and daughter) to Mr. and Mrs. James Walker born at 41 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 11th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1914)

WALKER Hugh William Walker, sugar refiner, died at Bellevue on 30th December 1913 (Funeral details 3.1.1914 – page 4) (Memorial Service and Tribute 5.1.1914 – page 2) Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1914

WALKER As the result of an accident, Joseph Smith Walker, 3rd officer ss Spithead only son of John and Sarah, 9 Trafalgar Street, died off Rio on 2nd February 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1914)

WALKINSHAW A son to Mr & Mrs James Walkinshaw, born at Overton on 24th April 1846 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1846).

WALKINSHAW Jane Lee, widow of James Walkinshaw, daughter of late David Crawford, Baron Bailie, Greenock, died at 6 Main Street, Perth on 1st February 1873 age 36 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1873 & Greenock Advertiser 4.2.1873).

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WALKINSHAW Thomas Walkinshaw, husband of Agnes died at 45 Mackenzie Street, Greenock in February 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1890)

WALKINSHAW James Walkinshaw, Overton, to Eliza, widow of Alex Rogerson, Dumfriesshire, at Greenock on 5th April 1839. (Greenock Advertiser 9.4.1839)

WALKINSHAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Walkinshaw, born at Overton, Greenock, on 13th December 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1842).

WALKINSHAW A son to Mr & Mrs Walkinshaw, born at Overton, Greenock, on 5th September 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 7.9.1841)

WALKINSHAW A son to Mr & Mrs James Walkinshaw, born at Overton, Greenock on 10th June 1840. (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1840)

WALKINSHAW James Walkinshaw , formerly of Greenock, died at Gillespie Terrace, St. Andrews on 19th January 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 22.1.1874)

WALKINSHAW A son to Mr & Mrs James Walkinshaw, born at Overton, Greenock, on 21st September 1844 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1844).

WALKINSHAW James, paper manufacturer, 6.2.1840, no 186, Duncan Street Cemetery;

WALKINSHAW Agnes Walkinshaw, mother of Jane, died at 45 MacKenzie Street, Greenock in August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1899)

WALKINSHAW Miss Walkinshaw of Greenock died at Gourock on 29th May 1832 age 83. (Greenock Advertiser 1.6.1832)

WALL Samuel Wall, farmer, Carlsrulie, Melbourne, to Anne, widow of James Somervill, formerly of Greenock, on 30th September 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1867).

WALL Edmund Wall, husband of Catherine Fallen, died at 22 Pottery Street, Greenock on 31st December 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1904).

WALLACE George Wallace, labourer, husband of Sarah, died at 65 Belville Street, Greenock on 23rd April 1902 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1902).

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs George Wallace, patternmaker, born at 85 Wellington St, Greenock on 31st October 19112 (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1912).

WALLACE Rev George Pexall Wallace, Greenock to Katherine Hathaway, at Windsor Hotel, Glasgow on 1st June 1905 – 37 Newton Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1905).

WALLACE Daughter to Reverend and Mrs George Wallace, born at 21 Finnart Street, Greenock on 12th April 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 13.04.1906)

WALLACE Grace, daughter of James Wallace, died at 16 Hope Street Greenock on 9th January 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 11.01.1875)

WALLACE Grace Hay, wife of William Wallace, steward, died at 8 Hill Street, Greenock on 23 December 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1879)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Wallace, born at Strathview, Kilmacolm on 9th September 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1883).

WALLACE Francis Wallace, Port Glasgow, Customs, to Mary Dow, only daughter of John Boyd of Greenock at Port Glasgow on 4th Aug 1834 (Greenock Advertiser 4.8.1834) see Katherine B

WALLACE Hugh, eldest son of James Wallace, Greenock, died at Melbourne on 17th December 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1891).

WALLACE Isa, daughter of Robert & Tilly Wallace, died at 30 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 16th June 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1903)

WALLACE Isabella Allan, 4th daughter of William Wallace, moulder, 34 Ingleston Street to Robert Watt, Kilmacolm, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 28th July 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1899)

WALLACE Isabella Henderson, eldest daughter of late Captain William Wallace, to Finlay Rankin, engineer, at 24 Bank Street, Greenock on 18th October 1889. See Captain William (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1889)

WALLACE James Wallace, merchant in Glasgow to Janet, only daughter of James Kelly, merchant in Greenock, on 5th December 1815 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 8.12.1815)

WALLACE Hector Wallace, carter, died at Greenock Infirmary on 26th January 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1907).

WALLACE Francis Wallace, formerly of Wood Bank, Port Glasgow, died at Brougham Street, Greenock on 17th June 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1876 & Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1876)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs F Wallace, born at Port Glasgow on 3rd November 1836 (Greenock

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Advertiser 7.11.1836) see Katherine W

WALLACE Euphemia Stewart, wife of William Wallace, died at 8 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 26th October 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1895)

WALLACE Elizabeth Stevens, only daughter of John Wallace, to Duncan Gillies, at 17 Glenhuntley Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 13th July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1906)

WALLACE Elizabeth Oliphant Jeffrey, 3rd daughter of late William Wallace, merchant, Greenock, to Captain John Neil, on 30th June 1857 by Reverend A Morton at Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1857)

WALLACE Elizabeth Lang, youngest daughter of late William Wallace, 11 Antigua Street, to Hugh Currie MacFarlane, at Mowbray, Cape of Good Hope on 30th April 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1912)

WALLACE Elizabeth Easdale, eldest daughter of late William Wallace, to Thomas Jeffery, at 7 Ratho Street, Greenock on 28th December 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1897)

WALLACE James Wallace, former warehouse keeper of Greenock customs, died at Renfrew on 17th September 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 8.10.1841) see Jean McH.

WALLACE Elizabeth Wallace to George McLean, both formerly of Greenock, at Portland, Oregon on 3rd June 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1872)

WALLACE Elizabeth, daughter of late Charles Wilson, Customs, Greenock, died at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 6th August 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 08.08.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1877)

WALLACE Elizabeth, daughter of David Wallace, moulder, 7 Hope Street, to Alexander McFarlane, at Imperial Hall, Greenock on 8th July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1898)

WALLACE Elizabeth Anderson, wife of Andrew Wallace, rope spinner, Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow, died on a train from Glasgow 28th October 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1909 & Port Glasgow Express 29.10.1909)

WALLACE Elizabeth Caldwell, 2nd daughter of James Wallace, mason, to David Brewster, moulder, at Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 6th February 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1891) see James.

WALLACE Elizabeth Drummond, wife of Charles Wallace, Export Officer of Excise in Greenock died 9th June 1807 at Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 17.6.1907)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs F Wallace, born at Balfour Street, Port Glasgow, on 23rd February 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 26.2.1841)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace of Leeds Wholesale Clothing, born at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 8th August 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1888)

WALLACE James Wallace, Greenock, to Mary, daughter of late George Phillips, Torquay, at Church of St. John the Baptist, Northcote, New Zealand. on 25th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1898)

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wallace, flesher, born at 5 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 19th February 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1908).

WALLACE Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs James Wallace, flesher, born at 5 Prospecthill St, Greenock on 27th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1903)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, flesher, born at 5 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 9th October 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 10.10.1900)

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, flesher, born at 27 Dempster Street, Greenock on 7th December 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1897).

WALLACE James Wallace to Grace, daughter of late David MacIntyre, at 68 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 6th January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1897)

WALLACE James Wallace died at 3 Bellhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 29th June 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1891)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, engineer, Strathnairn, born at Craigbank, Gourock on 2nd June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1897)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, engineer, born at 2 Meadowbank, Gourock on 7th October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1894)

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, engineer, born at 2 Meadow Bank, Gourock on 30th June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1893)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, born at Eddlewood Place, Gourock on 14th May

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1887. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1887)

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, clothier, born at 8 Shaw Place, Greenock on 27th October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10 1898)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, compositor, born at 106 Dempster Street Greenock on 23rd December 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1888)

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, clothier, born at 16 Robertson Street, Greenock on 14th December 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1889)

WALLACE James Wallace, snr, died at Wemyss Bay on 10th September 1856 age 76. (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1856)

WALLACE James Wallace to Alice, only daughter of late David Graham, Bombay at Borland's Temperance Hotel, Greenock on 6th February 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1883)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, salesman, born at 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 30th September 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1885)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, bookbinder, born at 18 Wellington Street, Greenock on 31st October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1894).

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, salesman, born at 28 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 19th December 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 20.12.1883 and Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1883)

WALLACE Eliza Robertson, wife of William Wallace, died at 15 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 10th Aug 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1873)

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, compositor, born at 32 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 17th May 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1882)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, compositor, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 14th June 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1879)

WALLACE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, born at 47 Main Street, Greenock on 11th January 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1869)

WALLACE James, youngest son of Captain James Wallace, died at 29 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 26th May 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1861) see Captain James.

WALLACE A son to Dr and Mrs James Wallace born at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 17th May 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 20.5.1862)

WALLACE A son to Dr and Mrs James Wallace, born at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1860)

WALLACE A daughter to Dr and Mrs James Wallace born at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 25th June 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1858)

WALLACE Dr James Wallace, died at 16 Union Street, Greenock on 10th October 1904 age 79 – obit p2. (Greenock telegraph 10.10.1904)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wallace, clothier, born at 8 Shaw Place, Greenock on 22nd May 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1897) Florence Graham died 13th July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1997)

WALLACE Agnes Crawford, eldest daughter of James Wallace, clothier, to Thomas Grieve, jnr, at Glenpark, Eldon Street, Greenock on 1st January 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1910)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, provision merchant, born at 28 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 16th September 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1899).

WALLACE Ann, eldest daughter of James Wallace, compositor, 19 Wellington Street. to Nicol McKechnie, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 30th December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1898.)

WALLACE Miss Ann Wallace died at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 22nd February 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 1885).

WALLACE Ann, daughter of late John Wallace, Cessnock and Kelly, died at 17 India Terrace, Glasgow on 24th February 1873 age 103 – p2 (Greenock Advertiser 27.2.1873) see Robert

WALLACE Andrew Wallace, husband of Maggie, died at 11 East Shaw Street, Greenock in Aug 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1884.)

WALLACE Andrew Wallace, depute harbour master, Port Glasgow, died in a fall in the East Harbour, Port Glasgow on 14th December 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 17.12.1864.)

WALLACE Andrew Wallace, seaman on ‘Lord Byron’ Glasgow, drowned at Quebec on 13th September 1862. From Greenock age 26 (Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1862).

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Wallace born at Upper Crescent, Greenock on 15th Aug 1868

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(Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1868).

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Wallace, born at Upper Crescent, Greenock on 15th Aug 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 18.8.1868)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Wallace, born at Port Glasgow on 22nd October 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1850)

WALLACE Alexandrina, 2nd daughter of William Wallace, moulder, died at 67 Belville Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 3 12 1881)

WALLACE Alexander Rennie, youngest son of David & Jane Wallace, died at 18 Wellington Street, Greenock on 25th November 1895 age 13 months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1895)

WALLACE Alexander Wallace, measurer, died at Greenock on 19th December 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 21.12.1841)

WALLACE Anne Jane, elder daughter of late Dr. James Wallace, died at 16 Union Street, Greenock on 1st May 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1913.)

WALLACE Henry Smith 31.1.1946 Greenock / Charles no 203 Inverkip Street Cemetery;

WALLACE Robert Graham Wallace, to Annie Parker Gray, younger daughter of David Kirk, Highholm Street, Port Glasgow, at 106 Albert Road, Gourock on 15th January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1914)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace born at 5 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 16th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1914)

WALLACE Peggy, infant daughter of David and Catherine died at 5 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1914)

WALLACE A son to Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace born at 1 Steel Street, Gourock on 18th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1914)

WALLACE Isabella Henderson, widow of the late William died at 4 Wardlaw Avenue, Rutherglen (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1914)

WALLACE Agnes McMillan Kerr, wife of James Wallace, died at 5 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 13th Aug 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1867)

WALLACE Mary McPherson, wife of Robert Wallace, saddler, died at 29 Dempster Street, Greenock, on 6th January 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1876.)

WALLACE Agnes Cunningham, wife of Captain James Wallace, died at Manor Crescent, Gourock on 14th October 1871 age 58. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1871 & Greenock Advertiser 17.10.1871)

WALLACE David 14.9.1869 Lair 336 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Jessie 3.2.68 78 Inverkip Street Cemetery Elizabeth 8.8.77 203 Inverkip Street Cemetery;

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Wallace of Irvine, born at Port Glasgow on 27th July 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 1.8.1845)

WALLACE Aggie, only daughter of late Captain James Wallace, to Robert Wilson, Rector, Highland Academy, at 6 Florence Place, Finnart Street, Greenock on 26th June 1878 by Reverend J.H. McCulloch. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1878)

WALLACE Agnes, wife of John Wallace, died at 4 Cotton Mill Row, Drumfrochar Road, Greenock, in May 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1883)

WALLACE Agnes Allardyce, 2nd daughter of Charles Wallace, blacksmith, 7 Carwood Street? to William Hunter Bryce, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 26th December 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1905)

WALLACE Ann Skelly, wife of Captain John Wallace, died at 30 South Street, Greenock on 19th December 1882 age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1882.)

WALLACE Hendry Johnston Wallace to Helen Wilson daughter of James Ritchie, Lanark at Rose Cottage, Cardross on 16th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1914)

WALLACE Daniel, son of John & Mary Wallace, died at Smithston Hospital on 22nd Aug 1907 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1907)

WALLACE Eleanor Mills, wife of John Wallace, printer, died at 6 Balfour Place, Port Glasgow, on 3rd March 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1907)

WALLACE Ebenezer Stewart Wallace, ship broker, 85 Finnart Street, died at Tontine Hotel, Greenock on 7th October 1893 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1893)

WALLACE Duncan McPherson Wallace, Greenock, to Mary Donaldson, daughter of Alex Pottie, vet, at 63 Love Street, Paisley, on 20th September 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1899)

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WALLACE Dorothy Redhead, wife of Charles Wallace, ship rigger, formerly of Greenock, died at Cardiff on 25th August 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1893)

WALLACE David Wallace to Jeanie, eldest daughter of John Rennie, contractor, at 30 Bank Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1909)

WALLACE David Wallace to Catherine McKellar, 2nd daughter of Archibald Sinclair, boilermaker, at Crawford’s Café, Greenock on 30th April 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1908)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, born at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1901).

WALLACE David Wallace to Lizzie, daughter of John Johnston, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 28th December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1900).

WALLACE A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace born at 58 Belville Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1914)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, born at 65 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th Aug 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1898).

WALLACE James, infant son of James Wallace, jnr, died at 5 Finnart Road, Greenock, on 1st May 1903 age 7 months. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1903)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, bookbinder, born at 18 Wellington Street, Greenock on 11th February 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1891).

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, bookbinder, born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 18th February 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1889).

WALLACE Ann Harkness Whyte, widow of Patrick Hill Normand Wallace, died at 16 Antigua Street, Greenock, on 12th March 1900 age 63. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1900.)

WALLACE Charles Wallace, Greenock, to Elizabeth only daughter of Robert Barr, at Rossbank, Port Glasgow on 23rd February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 27.02.1912)

WALLACE Ann Stuart, widow of William Wallace, spirit merchant, died at Greenock on 6th November 1879 age 78. (Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1879)

WALLACE Barbara, youngest daughter of David Wallace, moulder, to Alexander Wilson, at 7 Hope Street, Greenock, on 11th November 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1910).

WALLACE Bethia Miller, wife of John Wallace, formerly of Kilmarnock, died at Gourock on 21st October 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1880).

WALLACE Catherine, youngest daughter of William Wallace, painter, died at 3 Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow on 13th November 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1875)

WALLACE Catherine Allan, wife of Captain Peter Wallace, died at Allandale, Barrhill Road, Gourock on 26th January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 27.01.1913)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs David Wallace, bookbinder, born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 24th March 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1887.)

WALLACE Charles, 2nd son of James Wallace, engineer, died at 37 Albert Road, Gourock on 2nd February 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 04.02.1896)

WALLACE David Wallace, joiner, Caledonian Co.’s railway works, Greenock, died in an accident at Greenock on 8th December 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1853)

WALLACE Christina McMillan, wife of A.C. Wallace, formerly of Greenock, died at 173 Ashton Hill Lane, Droysden, Manchester, on 5th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 06.09.1909)

WALLACE Christina Maxwell, widow of Robert Wallace, formerly of Greenock, to William Haining, at Waterloo Manse, Dumfries on 25th March 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1910) see Robert

WALLACE Christina Wilkie Wallace died at 33 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 17th April 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1877)

WALLACE Daniel Wallace, carpenter, SS Deak, to Janet Turnbull, only daughter of John McLarty, at Greenock on 22nd May 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1885)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs D. Wallace, born at 18 Hope Street, Greenock on 20th February 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1888)

WALLACE Eliza Colquhoun, wife of John Wallace, Ashton House, Gourock died at Thornvale, Whiting Bay, Arran on 15th June 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1891)

WALLACE Catherine Shaw, 2nd daughter of James Wallace, compositor, 3 Armadale Place, Greenock, to Mortimer Lawson Mussenden, London, at St. Peter’s, West 20th Street, New York on 4th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 24.04.1911)

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WALLACE Samuel Wallace, joiner, died at Greenock on 4th June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1909)

WALLACE William Kelly Wallace, grocer, 30 Ardgowan Street W, died at West End Baths, Greenock on 5th January 1894 age 33 – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1893)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, furnishings, born at 4 Inverkip St, Greenock on 22nd April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 23.4 1901)

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace born at 6 Inverkip St Greenock on 5th February 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1903)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, born at Glencairn Place, Kilmacolm on 19th October 1896. (Greenock telegraph 20.10.1896)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, born at 91 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 21st April 1907. (Greenock telegraph 22.4.1907)

WALLACE Robert Wallace, foreman, 70 Roxburgh Street, killed at Roxburgh Street sugar refinery demolition on 25th November 1907 age 35 –p2. Husband of Christina Maxwell. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1907 & 26.11.1907) see Christina M.

WALLACE Thomas Wallace, formerly with Greenock Felt Co., father of Maggie McGill, died at 9 Main Street, Greenock on 30th April 1892 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1892)

WALLACE Samuel Wallace, joiner, to Mary, eldest daughter of William McCluskey, rigger, at St. Laurence’s, Greenock on 18th September 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1895)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, furnishings, born at 8 Kilblain St, Greenock on 4th Aug 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1896)

WALLACE Samuel Knocks Wallace to Margaret Orr, daughter of William Surgenor, labourer, 50 Roxburgh Street, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on 27th July 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1900)

WALLACE Sarah MacWhinney, widow of George Wallace, mother of Catherine Rennie, died at 65 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1909)

WALLACE Mrs Susan Wallace to Neil MacEachern on 9th February 1829 by Reverend Dr Scott at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 17.2.1829)

WALLACE Tellie, 2nd daughter of James & Minnie Wallace, engineer, died at 55 Craigbank, Ashton, Gourock on 3rd September 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1897)

WALLACE Thomas, youngest son of late William Wallace, spirit merchant, Greenock, died at Alexandria, Egypt on 9th May 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1874)

WALLACE James Wallace, mason, husband of Elizabeth, died at 16 Wellington St, Greenock, on 2nd July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1899) see Elizabeth C.

WALLACE Robert Fleming, 3rd son of late Robert Wallace, Greenock, died at Geelong, Australia on 29th October 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 2.2.1855)

WALLACE Rebecca Wallace died at 20 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 18th May 1901 age 53. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1901)

WALLACE Mary McArthur, widow of W.C. Wallace, Bearlands, Rutherglen, died at Park Place, Gourock on 29th August 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 2.9.1875)

WALLACE Matthew son of late Captain William Wallace, died at 15 Lyle Street, Greenock on 13th January 187, age 30. (Greenock Advertiser 16.1.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 14.01.1875)

WALLACE Mrs James Wallace, wife of James Wallace, grocer, died at 30 Ardgowan Street West, Greenock on 29th June 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1885)

WALLACE Mrs John Wallace died at 55 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 15th April 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1866)

WALLACE Mrs Robert Wallace, wife of R. Wallace, former Greenock M.P., died at Broomfields near Largs, on 7th December 1846. Also 15.12.1846. (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1846)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs P.R. Wallace born at Rockside, Albert Road, Gourock on 19th May 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 20.05.1904)

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, furnishings, born at 4 Inverkip St, Greenock on 26th Aug 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1899)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs P. Wallace, born at Waterloo House, East Bay, Gourock on 28th December 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1871)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, furnishings, born at 4 Inverkip St Greenock on 21st Mar 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1989) / Annie died 24th Aug 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.98

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WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard Wallace, marine engineer, born at 47 Royal Street, Gourock on 6th July 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1893)

WALLACE Robert Wallace of Kelly and Greenock first M P died at Seafield, Greenock on 1st April 1855 Obituary p2 See Sir James M (Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1855)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, born at 13 Cross Shore Street, Greenock on 15th April 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 22.4.1856)

WALLACE Robert Wallace, saddler, formerly of Greenock died at Stewarton on 18th November 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.189)

WALLACE Robert Wallace to Mary, only daughter of James McPherson, hairdresser Melbourne, formerly of Greenock at Gladstone Street, Glasgow on 13th June 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1872)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wallace, furnishings, born at 8 Kilblain St, Greenock on 4th June 1895 (Greenock Advertiser 5.6.1895)

WALLACE W. Wallace, age 16, Dalrymple Street, died of cholera on 2nd September 1832. (Greenock Advertiser 4.9.1832)

WALLACE A daughter to Captain & Mrs Peter Wallace, born at 29 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 21st June 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1869)

WALLACE William Wallace, policeman, died at 69 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th February 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1906)

WALLACE A daughter to Captain & Mrs William Wallace, born at 24 Bank Street, Greenock on 26th June 1861.(Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1861) Isabella died on 11th June 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1863)

WALLACE A son to Captain and Mrs William Wallace, born at 14 Bank Street, Greenock on 16th June 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1867) William H.

WALLACE A daughter to Captain & Mrs William Wallace, born at 14 Bank Street, Greenock on 15th March 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1870)

WALLACE A son to Captain & Mrs William Wallace, born at 24 Bank Street, Greenock on 12th November 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1872) John G.

WALLACE William, son of William Wallace, painter died at 3 Chapel lane, Port Glasgow on 11th September 1875 age 41/2. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1875)

WALLACE William Wallace, father of William, moulder died at 41 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 20th July 1877 age 67. (Employed by John Poynter & Sons) (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1877)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wallace, 86 Belville Street, Greenock, born at Halfway Street, West, West Kilbride on 18th June 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1887)

WALLACE William Wallace, iron moulder, 30years with Caird & Co , died at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 21st November 1905. (Greenock telegraph 21.11.1905)

WALLACE Captain William Wallace died at 24 Bank Street, Greenock on 8th March 1873 age 61. (Greenock Advertiser 11.3.1873 and Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1873) see Isabella H: John G: William H.

WALLACE William Wallace, carter, husband of Ann Livingstone, died at 3 Ratho street, Greenock on 8th October 1907. (Greenock telegraph 8.10.1907)

WALLACE William Wallace to Catherine , daughter of Charles Webster, engineer, 35 Lyle Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 3rd January 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1911)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, plumber, born at 58 Belville Street, Greenock on 10th Mar 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1912)

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at 7 Lauriston Street, Greenock on 10th July 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1913)

WALLACE William Craig, eldest son of Hugh Wallace, Lancefield Boilerworks, Glasgow, died at Moorfield, Kilmacolm on 13th Mar 1883 age 211/2. (Greenock advertiser 14.3.1883)

WALLACE William Hoyle, 3rd son of late Captain WILLIAM WALLACE, DIED AT 1 Meadowbank, Gourock on 30th March 1891.(Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1891) see Captain W..

WALLACE William Wallace, painter, died at Old Hillend, Greenock on 28th November 1885. Wife Margaret. Buried Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1885)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at 4 Mansion House Lane, Greenock on 27th January 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 29.1.1847)

WALLACE William Wallace, formerly of Demerara, died at Ashton, Gourock on 15th January 1837.

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WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, Cartsdyke Brewery, born at Cartsdyke on 9th February 1837 (Greenock Advertiser 9.2.1837)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at Cartsdyke Brewery on 1st December 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1838)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs William Wallace born at Holmscroft Brewery, Greenock on 11th December 1839 (Greenock Advertiser 17.12.1839)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at 13 Highland Close, Greenock on 17th December 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 21.12.1841)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at Arthur Street, Greenock on 15th September 1843 (Greenock Advertiser 19.9.1843)

WALLACE A son to captain and Ms William Wallace, born at 24 Bank Street, Greenock on 25th May 1859. (Greenock advertiser 28.5.1859)

WALLACE William Wallace, wine & spirit merchant, died at 4 Mansion house Lane, Greenock on 26th September 1849 age 44 (cholera) (Greenock Advertiser 28.9.1849)

WALLACE A son to Captain and Mrs William Wallace, born at 24 Bank Street, Greenock, on 7th June 1857. (Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1857)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at Bank Street, Greenock on 22nd Aug 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 27.8.1850)

WALLACE Captain William Wallace of the Sappho of Greenock, drowned when Sappho was wrecked in Carnarvon Bay on 7th January 1839. (Greenock Advertiser 15.1.1839) see Mary; Janet

WALLACE William Wallace, baker, died at 17 Westburn Street, Greenock on 10th May 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 17.5.1850)

WALLACE A posthumous son to Mrs William Wallace, baker, born at 2 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, on 19th December 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 24.12.1850)

WALLACE William Wallace, Superintendent engineer, Liverpool, to Mary, eldest daughter of late William Jamieson, spirit merchant, at Rue End Street, Greenock on 9th September 1856 By Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock Advertiser 16.9.1856)

WALLACE Captain William Wallace, 24 Bank Street, Greenock, master of the Orange Grove died at Trinidad on 9th January 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 16.2.1864)

WALLACE Mary Carmichael, widow of John Wallace, Inverkip, died at her brother-in-law’s, Peter Keith, 29 Royal Street, Gourock on 8th July 1891, age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 09.07.1891)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wallace, born at Arthur Street, Greenock on 23 May 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1847)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Wallace, born at Roshill Villa, Port Glasgow on 1st July 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1877)

WALLACE Janet Whiteford, youngest child of William Wallace, moulder, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock on 16th December 1873 of inflammation of the lungs, age 22 months (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1873)

WALLACE Jean, 3rd daughter of James Wallace, to Alexander McKinnon at 3 Armadale Place, Greenock on 24th February 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1911)

WALLACE Jean McHutchison, widow of James Wallace, died at Renfrew on 4th October 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 8.10.1841) see James.

WALLACE Jeannie Dunn, youngest daughter of James Wallace, riveter, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock on 23rd July 1883, age 15 months. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1883)

WALLACE Jenny, daughter of late Andrew Wallace, to John Gibb, jnr, bookseller, at Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 16th June 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1887) see Lizzie F.

WALLACE Jessie, eldest daughter of late James Wallace, Glasgow, died at 72 Eldon Street, Greenock on 29th January 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 30.1.1868)

WALLACE Mary Johnstone, eldest daughter of John Wallace, to Thomas Johnstone, Edinburgh, at Parish Church Halls, Port Glasgow on 23rd October 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1891)

WALLACE John Wallace, merchant in Greenock to Jane, daughter of David Hutcheson, town clerk (Renfrew?), on 8th June 1818 at Orchard, Renfrew. Magdalene W. (Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1818) see Janet

WALLACE Janet Alexander, widow of Andrew Wallace, died at West Quay, Port Glasgow on 14th May 1878, age 54 (Greenock Advertiser 15.5.1878)

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WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Wallace, born at Rose Villa, Port Glasgow on 29th February 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1880)

WALLACE John Wallace, Cunard Co., son of late William Wallace, wine and spirit merchant, Greenock, died at Warrington on 2nd December 1881 age 42. (Greenock Advertiser 8.12.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1881)

WALLACE A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Wallace, born at Rose Villa, Bogston, Greenock on 23rd April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1884)

WALLACE Captain John Wallace, river pilot, died at 30 South Street, Greenock on 19th August 1885, age 59, father of Jerome – obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1885)

WALLACE John Wallace, father of Elizabeth, died at 20 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow on 8th December 1888, age 88 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1888)

WALLACE John Wallace, father of James, died at 4 Cotton Mill Row, Greenock on 31st March 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1887)

WALLACE Jessie Mitchell, wife of Alex Wallace, grocer, died at 16 Antigua Street, Greenock on 5th May 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1912)

WALLACE Jane, 2nd daughter of F Wallace, Woodbank, Port Glasgow, to Rev John Dunlop, Free St David’s, Dundee, at St Andrew’s, Birkenhead on 20th September 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 24.9.1870)

WALLACE James Wallace to Janet Locke, only daughter of John Allison, brickbuilder, at 5 Finnart Road, Greenock on 20th May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1902).

WALLACE James Wallace to Janet Preston, elder daughter of Thomas Muir Veitch, formerly of Port Glasgow, at Ballymullan Presbyterian on 17th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1908)

WALLACE James Wallace to Maggie, 2nd daughter of John Peden, labourer, at 84 Belville Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1910).

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs James Wallace, coppersmith, born at 1 Steel Street, Gourock on 23rd October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1911)

WALLACE James Wallace, clothier, husband of Alice Graham, late of 21 Eldon Street, Greenock died at Winnipeg on 17th May 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1913).

WALLACE James Corbett Wallace to Lizzie, daughter of late Robert Appleton at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on 29th December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1893)

WALLACE Janet Lucretia Wallace, daughter of the late John Wallace of Kelly to John Cunningham, son of Sir William Cunningham of Robertland on 29th August 1808 at Ardgowan by Reverend Dr Scott (Greenock Advertiser 5.9.1908)

WALLACE A son to Mr & Mrs James W Wallace, born at Ashton, Gourock on 21st May 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1864)

WALLACE Janet Galloway, wife of John Wallace, engineer, died at 17 Glenhuntly Terrace, Port Glasgow on 2nd February 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1910 & Port Glasgow Express 4.2.1910)

WALLACE Jane Taylor, infant daughter of Captain William Wallace, Greenock died at Millport on 20th July 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 25.7.1848) see Jane W

WALLACE Jane Crothers, eldest daughter of David Wallace, bookbinder, to Malcolm McDonald, fruiterer, Liverpool, at 1b Hope Street, Greenock on 6th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1912)

WALLACE Jane Wright, wife of Captain William Wallace, of the ship St James, died at Greenock on 14th February 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 15.2.1853) see Jane T

WALLACE Janet, eldest daughter of the late Captain Wallace, to William Birnie, of the barque ‘Bangalore’ at Greenock on 12th May 1841 by Reverend J Smith (Greenock Advertiser 14.5.1841) see Mary, Captain William

WALLACE Janet, daughter of the late David Hutcheson, Town Clerk, and widow of John Wallace, formerly of Greenock, died at Orchard, Renfrew on 16th September 1851 (Greenock Advertiser 19.9.1851) see Magdalene W, John

WALLACE Janet, 4th daughter of James Wallace, sculptor to David G. McP. Fleming, at 49 Rue-end Street, Greenock on 29th December 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1894)

WALLACE John, son of John & Mary Wallace, died at 18 Tobago Street, Greenock on 25th October 1894, age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1894)

WALLACE General Sir James Maxwell Wallace, Colonel of 17th Lancers, brother of late Robert Wallace MP, died at Ainderley Hall, Northallerton on 3rd February 1867, age 82 – obit P 2 (Greenock

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WALLACE Mary, daughter of Captain John Wallace, died at Holmscroft Street, West, Greenock on 8th June 1861, age 1 year (Greenock Advertiser 11.6.1861)

WALLACE John Wallace, Ashton House, Gourock, died at Thornvale, Whiting Bay, Arran on 17th June 1891, age 70 obit –p2 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1891) see Eliza C

WALLACE Margaret Hall, youngest daughter of James Wallace, mason, died at 16 Hope Street, Greenock on 12th April 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1877)

WALLACE Margaret Howie, wife of James Wallace, flesher, died at 7 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 21st April 1912, age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1912)

WALLACE Margaret Waterman, wife of William Wallace, formerly of Demerara, died at Ashton, Gourock on 8th December 1836 (Greenock Advertiser 12.12.1836)

WALLACE Maria Prentice, wife of E.S. Wallace, ship broker, died at Glenhouse, 85 Finnart Street, Greenock on 16th July 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1893)

WALLACE Marion McGinnis, daughter of John & Mary Wallace, died at 46 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 19th July 1891, age 15 months (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1891)

WALLACE Margaret, 6th daughter of William Wallace, to William, younger son of the late Captain Robert Collison, at Greenock on 19th March 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1891)

WALLACE Mary, youngest daughter of the late Captain William Wallace, Greenock. to Daniel McKillop, Liverpool, at Mearns Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1851 by Reverend J Smith (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1851) see Janet, Captain William

WALLACE Maggie, daughter of William Wallace, painter, died at Old Hillend, Greenock on 17th December 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1884) see William

WALLACE Mary, youngest daughter of the late William Wallace, to John Anderson, sugar broker, at 2 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 14th December 1864 by Reverend W.R. Thomson (Greenock Advertiser 15.12.1864)

WALLACE Mary Wallace died at her uncle’s, 13 Hope Street, Greenock on July 1879, age 12 ½ (Greenock Telegraph 16.07.1879)

WALLACE Mary, daughter of Robert & Annie Wallace, died at 38 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1893, age 3 (Greenock Telegraph)

WALLACE Mary, youngest daughter of late William Wallace, to James Robertson, at 7 Ratho Street, Greenock on 26th August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 28.08.1903)

WALLACE Mary, 3rd daughter of William Wallace, moulder, to Robert Whitson, at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 15th July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 16.07.1904)

WALLACE Mary Hallagan, only daughter of Andrew Wallace, mason, 18a Trafalgar Street, Greenock, died at Greenock Infirmary on 5th March 1900, age 6 (Greenock Telegraph 06.03.1900)

WALLACE Captain James Wallace, formerly of Greenock & Gourock, died at Tayport on 25th September 1900 age 85. (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1900) see James.

WALLACE Mary, youngest daughter of the late Captain William Wallace, Greenock to John Walker, cloth merchant, at Greenock on 19th March 1837 or 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 22.3.1837 or 1838) see Janet

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wallace, coppersmith, born at 6 Drumfrochar Rodd, Greenock on 17th September 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1906)

WALLACE Mary Cecilia Williamson, wife of Dr James Wallace, died at 16 Union Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 24.03.1892) see Dr James

WALLACE John Wallace, husband of Jane, died at Greenock Infirmary in November 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1894)

WALLACE John Wallace, butcher, husband of Catherine Bannatyne, died at 7 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 4th November 1904 (buried Saltcoats) (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1904)

WALLACE John Wallace, painter, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Edinburgh on 25th December 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1909)

WALLACE John Blair Wallace to Bessie Muir, youngest daughter of Thomas M Veitch, Port Glasgow, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 27th November 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1907)

WALLACE John C Wallace, Paisley, to Margaret Rankin, eldest daughter of Mary & the late Angus McLean, Greenock at Continental Hotel, Newark, New Jersey on 31st December 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1911)

WALLACE Margaret Allan, daughter of William Wallace, moulder, died at 34 Ingleston Street, Greenock

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on 29th September 1897, age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1897)

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wallace, coppersmith, born at 6 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 2nd August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1904)

WALLACE John, son of Robert Wallace, died at 30 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 20th September 1893, age 2 years 6 months (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1893)

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wallace, coppersmith, born at 8 Belville Street, Greenock on 18th July 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1909).

WALLACE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph H. Wallace, coppersmith, born at 8 Belville Street, Greenock on 7th October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1911).

WALLACE Son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wallace, coppersmith, born at 8 Belville Street, Greenock on 18th September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1913).

WALLACE Katherine Burnet, eldest daughter of Francis Wallace, to Rev Alex Murdoch, Paisley, at Woodbank, Port Glasgow on 18th June 1861 by Rev Kelman (born 3.11.36) (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1961) see Francis.

WALLACE Lizzie Corrance, eldest daughter of Andrew & Helen Wallace, mason, died at 25 Bruce Street, Greenock on 1st March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1894)

WALLACE Lizzie Faulds, daughter of late Andrew Wallace, to Alexander Morris, at Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 27th August 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1889) see Jenny.

WALLACE Magdalene Wright, only daughter of the late John Wallace, Greenock, granddaughter of the late David Hutcheson, Town Clerk, Renfrew, to John Guthrie, Kilmarnock on 1st August 1854 at Orchard, Renfrew (Greenock Advertiser 8.8.1854) See John, Janet

WALLACE John George, youngest son of late Captain William Wallace, died at 1 Meadow Bank, Gourock on 25th December 1891, age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1891) see Captain William.

WALLER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, plumber, born at 80 Dempster Street, Greenock on 13th February 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1900

WALLER John Reid, eldest son of Joseph Waller, plumber, died at 80 Dempster Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1901, age 9 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1901)

WALLER Margaret Officer, 2nd daughter of Joseph Waller, plumber, 50 Dempster Street, Greenock, to John Robert Inkster Leask at Newlands Crescent, Cathcart on 18th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1913)

WALLER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, plumber, born at 80 Dempster Street, Greenock on 25th December 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1902)

WALLER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, plumber, born at 80 Dempster Street, Greenock on 15th April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1898)

WALLER A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, plumber, born at 80 Dempster Street, Greenock on 6th December 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1895)

WALLER Joseph, 50 Dempster Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 4th September 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1909)

WALLER A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, plumber, born at 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 1st October 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1893)

WALLER Joseph Waller, plumber, died at 4 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 29th April 1875, age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 30. 4.1875 & Greenock Advertiser 6.5.1875) see Margaret S.O.

WALLER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, born at 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 28th January 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1890)

WALLER Joseph Waller, plumber, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of John Reid, engineer, at 25 Russell Street, Johnstone on 15th July 1887 now – 50 Dempster Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1912)

WALLER Isabella Currie, infant daughter of Joseph Waller, plumber, died at 4 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 23rd January 1875 of bronchitis (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1875)

WALLER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, born at 4 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 27th February 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1874)

WALLER Margaret Sharp Officer, widow of Joseph Waller, plumber, Greenock, died at 7 Steven Street, Glasgow on 18th January 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1895) see Joseph

WALLER A daughter to Mr & Mrs J. Waller, born at 4 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1871

WALLER A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, born at 5 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 30th January

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1868 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1868

WALLER A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Waller, plumber, born at 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 24th December 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1891)

WALLOE Wilhelma Amalie, only daughter of Captain Walloe, Greenock, to Hans Aroutz, at Leith on 9th July 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1884)

WALLS A son to Mr & Mrs John H. Walls, steward, born at 31 Dempster Street Greenock on 25th April 1887(Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1887)

WALLS Francis Walls died at 19 Market Street, Greenock on 27th August 1888 age 76 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1888)

WALLS Mary Ann, only daughter of John & Mary Walls, died at 19 Market Street Greenock on 3rd December 1901 age 15 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1901

WALLS Mary, Daughter of late Thomas Walls to James Burke, At Saint Mary’s Greenock, on 8th July 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1912)

WALLS Mrs Mary Walls, formerly of Gourock, died at her daughter’s, Mrs Snow, Leon, Mouroe Co, Wisconsin, on 22nd March 1889, age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1889)

WALLS Margaret Sharp widow of Thomas Walls Formerly of Port Glasgow, died at her daughters Mrs George, 85 Shore Street, Gourock on 4th November 1900 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1900)

WALLS Joseph, 4th son of John & Mary Walls died at 19 Market Street, Greenock on 14th April 1902 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1902)

WALLS A son to Mr & Mrs John H. Walls, steward, born at 11 Laird Street Greenock on 18th December 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1892)

WALLS A son to Mr & Mrs John H. Walls, steward, born at 3 Holmscroft Street Greenock on 2nd May 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1889)

WALLS Thomas Walls died at 7 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 29th January 1893 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1893)

WALLS Bridget, daughter of Thomas Walls, died at 11 Lynedoch Street, Greenock in March 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3 .1882)

WALLS James, son of John Walls, died at 19 Market Street Greenock on 5th May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1912)

WALLS Alexander Walls, Uitenhope, Cape Colony, to Jean Hamilton, youngest daughter of Alex S. Blair, Kilmacolm at Saint Enoch Station Hotel, Glasgow on 23rd September 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1908)

WALLS A son to Mr & Mrs John H. Walls, steward, born at 31 Dempster Street Greenock on 17th September 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1885)

WALLS Harry Walls, 36 Lynedoch Street Greenock, died on ‘Invermay’ on 8th January 1897 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1897)

WALLS Jane, widow of John H. Walls died at 51 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 4th September 1906 age 51 (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1906)

WALLS Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs John H. Walls, steward, born at 9 Hill Street Greenock on 21st January 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1880)

WALLS A son to Mr. & Mrs John Walls, steward, born at 31 Dempster Street, Greenock on 22 August 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1883)

WALLS Alex, son of Robert Walls, Port Glasgow, to Alice, 3rd daughter of Thomas Grant, Brisbane Water, at St Philip’s, Sydney on 6th July 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 19.9.1863)

WALMSLEY A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Walmsley, formerly of Greenock, born at Port Pine, South Australia on 14th January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1897)

WALMSLEY James Walmsley, engineer, to Agnes, youngest daughter of late Bryce Crawford, carpenter, at Wellpark Free Manse, Greenock on 18th October 1878 by Rev. M. Reid. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1878)

WALMSLEY Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walmsley, R.I.M. retired, at 59 South Street, Greenock on 24th August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1906)

WALMSLEY Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walmsley, marine engineer, born at 9 South Street, Greenock on 19th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1901)

WALMSLEY A son to Mr & Mrs T. Walmsley, Royal Indian Marine, born at 32 Lyle Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1897)

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WALMSLEY A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walmsley, H.M.I.M., born at 23 Lyle Street, Greenock on 6th November 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1891)

WALMSLEY A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Walmsley, chief engineer, H.M.I.M., born at 23 Lyle Street, Greenock on 3rd April 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1890)

WALMSLEY Thomas Walmsley, engineer, Royal Indian Marne, retired, died at 59 South Street, Greenock on 9th June 1908. obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1908)

WALMSLEY David Walmsley, engineer, to Margaret, only daughter of William Shirley, at 15 Arthur St. Greenock on 11th July 1865 by Rev V. Hutcheson (Greenock Advertiser 13.7.1865)

WALMSLEY Robert Walmsley, engineer, formerly of Greenock, to Miss Bews, sister of Hon D. Bews, at Port Piri, South Australia on 4th October 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1890)

WALMSLEY A daughter of Mr & Mrs Robert Walmsley, formerly of Greenock, born at Port Pine, Western Australia on 2nd August 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 16.09.1891)

WALMSLEY John Walmsley, engineer, husband of Agnes, formerly of Greenock, died at Port Adelaide on 27th August 1885 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1885)

WALMSLEY Catherine Leitch, widow of James Walmsley, formerly of Greenock, died at her son’s, Port –Pine West Australia on 24th April 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1894)

WALMSLEY Daughter to Mr & Mrs J.J. Walmsley, R.I.M., born at 20 Wellington Street, Greenock on 21st January 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1902)

WALMSLEY Elizabeth Couper, elder daughter of Joseph & Elizabeth Walmsley, died at 20 Wellington Street, Greenock on 28th January 1903 age 4yrs 1month. (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1903)

WALMSLEY Daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph J. Walmsley, born at 66 Dempster Street, Greenock on 20th July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1907)

WALPOLE Rev Thomas B. Walpole, St Mary’s, Port Glasgow, to Jane, eldest daughter of late Andrew Wingate, Broadfield, Port Glasgow at St Luke’s, Jersey on 6th February 1866. 2nd wife (1st see Julia F.) (Greenock Advertiser 12.02.1867 & Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1867)

WALPOLE Julia Frances, wife of Rev. T.B. Walpole, St. Mary’s, died at the Parsonage, Port Glasgow on 17th May 1865. 1st wife (2nd Jane W). (Greenock Advertiser 20.5 1865)

WALPOLE Rev T. Beaumont Walpole died at St Mary’s parsonage, Port Glasgow on 8th January 1871 obituary p2. (Greenock Advertiser 10.1.1871).

WALPOLE Sarah, widow of Rev Thomas H. Walpole, Winslow, Bucks, died at St Mary’s parsonage, Port Glasgow on 11th July 1878 age 80. (Greenock Advertiser 13.7.1878) (Greenock Telegraph 13.07.1878)

WALSH Joseph, eldest son of John Walsh, customs watcher, to Annie, 2nd daughter of late Robert McNaught, pensioner, at St Mary’s Greenock on 18th April 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1913.)

WALSH Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Walsh, born at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 22nd September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1900)

WALSH John Walsh, husband of Christina, son of Michael & May Walsh, Greenock, loss with barque Seafield on 27th January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1895) see Bartholomew

WALSH Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Walsh, slater, born at 12 Dalrymple St. Greenock on 11th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1899)

WALSH A son to Mr & Mrs John Walsh, slater, born at 12 Dalrymple St. Greenock, on 22nd November 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1895)

WALSH Capt. Maurice Munro Walsh to Jeanie Dawson, daughter of late Robert Ramage, architect, at 14 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 14th September 1880 by Rev C. Durward. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1880)

WALSH Nellie, youngest daughter of John Walsh, died at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 21st April 1891 age 30 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1891) see Terence

WALSH A son to Mr & Mrs John Walsh, slater, born at 14 Dalrymple St. Greenock on 27th December 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1893)

WALSH Nicolas Walsh, merchant, to Eliza, eldest daughter of late James Kerr, merchant in Greenock, at Gourock on 13th Aug 1821 (Greenock Advertiser 14.8.1821)

WALSH Cecilia, eldest daughter of late P. Walsh, to Henry Gillen, at St. Lawrence’s, Greenock on 2nd August 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1906)

WALSH Captain Nicholas Walsh, of the brig ‘Cleopatra’ of Greenock, died at sea on passage from Liverpool to Monte Video on 2nd June 1833. (Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1833) see Eliza K.

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WALSH Patrick Walsh, AB, Greenock, believed lost with barque Seafield from Greenock to Monte Video on 4th January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1894)

WALSH Nellie, daughter of John & Mary Walsh, slater, died at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 29th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1900) see Terence

WALSH A son to Mr & Mrs John Walsh, slater, born at 14 Dalrymple St. Greenock on 9th April 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1892)

WALSH A son to Mr & Mrs John Walsh, born at 9 West Breast, Greenock, on 2nd May 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1890)

WALSH John Walsh, slater, husband of Mary McMillan died at 14 Dalrymple St. Greenock on 31st July 1903. – 4.8.1903 p2 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1903) see Terence

WALSH John, son of Dominick Walsh, sculptor, died at 20 Pottery St. Greenock in Feb. 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1880)

WALSH James Kerr Walsh, formerly of Greenock, died at Melbourne on 9th May 1850 age 25. (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1850

WALSH Eliza Kerr, widow of Nicholas Walsh, shipowner Greenock, died at 18 Leopold Place, Edinburgh on 22nd April 1881 age 80. (Greenock Advertiser 25.04.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1881) see Elizabeth : Nicholas

WALSH Catherine McSorley, wife of John Walsh, customs watcher, died at 7 Holmscroft St. Greenock on 22nd July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1909)

WALSH Bridget wife of William Walsh, died at 4 Smith’s Lane Greenock in June 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1883)

WALSH Bartholomew, son of Michael & Mary Walsh, Greenock, lost with barque Seafield on 27th January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1895) see John.

WALSH Ann Miller, widow of Captain Archibald Walsh, to John Weddel, Greenock Customs, on 21st July 1834 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 28.7.1834)

WALSH Annie Mathieson, wife of Robert Walsh, only daughter of Robert Mathieson, Arthur Street, Greenock, died at 42 Finlay Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow on 2nd May 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 04.5.1903)

WALSH Terence, 3rd son of late John Walsh, died at 10 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 17th April 1905 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1905) see John ; Nellie

WALSH Elizabeth, only surviving child of late Nicholas Walsh, Greenock, to Rev Robert Thomson, son of late Rev Robert Thomson Carnock, Fife, at 18 Union St. Greenock on 18th April 1861 by Rev V.V. Boner (Greenock Advertiser 20.4.1861) see Eliza K.

WALSHE John Walshe to Marion McLellan, widow of William McLellan, Gourock, at Greenock on 3rd November 1909 by special licence. (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1909)

WALTERS Nellie Walters, 214 Hunter Street, Glasgow, drowned at Gourock on 10th August 1903 age 12. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1903)

WALTERS Christina McKechnie, wife of Alex Walters, shipwright, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 64 Cameron Street, Barrow in Furness on 1st February 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1897)

WALTERS Catherine Walters Sinclair, wife of Alex Walters, died at 17 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 21st October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1903)

WALTON Elizabeth, wife of Ulrick Walton, Customs, died at 8 Finnart Terrace, Gourock on 28th December 1884 age 68. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1884) see Ulrick

WALTON Joseph, eldest son of Ulrick Walton, Customs, died at 48 Brougham Street, Greenock on 19th November 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 23.11.1858) see Ulrick

WALTON Thomas S. Walton, surgeon, to Elizabeth, only daughter of late Andrew Moffat, Greenock, at Hospital Street, Glasgow on 20th September 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 24.9.1861)

WALTON Ulrick Walton, Customs, died at 8 Finnart Terrace, Greenock on 12th November 1885 age 68. Obit 14.11.85 p2. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1885) see Elizabeth, Joseph

WARBURTON Sapper Russell Warburton, husband of Elizabeth Gordon, 93 Shore Street, Gourock, died at Kingston, Jamaica on 14th January 1907, during an earthquake. (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1907)

WARD John Thomas Ward, formerly of Greenock, died at Sheffield on 13th October 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1898)

WARD Richard Ward, clerk, to Jeanie Williamson, only daughter of Charles Cameron, at 37 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 19th November 1868 by Reverend J.J. Bonar (Greenock Advertiser 21

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WARD Patrick Ward, fireman, 5 Market Street, injured on tug Flying Dutchman at Glasgow died at Greenock on 18th April 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1881)

WARD Michael Ward died at 29 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 15th February 1900 age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1900) See Bridget McG

WARD Mary Duncan, 2nd daughter of late John Ward, to Charles Thomson, at 10 Shore Street, Gourock on 12th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1906) See John

WARD Mary Corkie, wife of John Ward, labourer, committed suicide at 2 Buccleuch Street, Greenock on 23rd May 1896 age 32. (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1896)

WARD Mary, widow of Patrick Ward, Customs, Glasgow, died at 5 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 9th January 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1899)

WARD Maggie, elder daughter of Richard Ward, agent to Rev J.T. Paton, Fullarton, Irvine, at Grafton Terrace, Bentinck Street, Greenock on 15th September 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1891)

WARD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard Ward born at 68,Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 17th October 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1872)

WARD Joseph, infant son of Joseph Ward, died at 24 Dalrymple Street, Greenock in September 1903 age 13 Months (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1903)

WARD Richard, youngest child of Richard Ward, died at 37 Kelly Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1876 aged 3 years 6 months (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1876.)

WARD A daughter to Mr. & Mrs John J. Ward, insurance agent, born at 20 St Lawrence Street Greenock, on 2nd June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1896)

WARD Louisa, 4th daughter of Captain William Ward to James Taylor Miller, accountant, Sheffield, at Osbourne House, Gourock on 6th June 1876 by Reverend A. Russell (Greenock Advertiser 13.6.1876 & Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1876) see Alice

WARD A son to Mr and Mrs Richard Ward, clerk, born at Greenbank Terrace, Greenock on 14th May 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1876)

WARD A son to Mr and Mrs Richard Ward, clerk, born at Greenbank Terrace, Kelly Street, Greenock on 25th July 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 28.7.1877. Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1877).

WARD A son to Mr. & Mrs. John J. Ward, insurance agent, born at 5 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 27 March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1894)

WARD A son to Mr and Mrs Richard Ward, clerk, born at 15 Bentinck Street, Greenock on 1st April 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1885).

WARD Luisa, 5th daughter of William Ward, joiner, 53 Shore Street, to John C. Paterson at Masonic Hall, Gourock on 6th November 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1912)

WARD Richard J.L. Ward, Lloyd’s Register to Lena Barclay Thomson, daughter of Alex Bremner, former headmaster, Ardgowan School, at West Parish, Greenock on 14th September 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1912.)

WARD Robert Ward to Mary Smith Gray, daughter of James Dickson, engine driver, 9 East Crawford Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 2nd January 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1908)

WARD Daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Ward, warehouseman, born at 46 Wellington Street, Greenock on 22nd November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1908)

WARD Robert, youngest son of John and Jeanie Ward, 8 Springkell Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 3rd January 1910 age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1910) see Jeanie

WARD Sarah Farr, wife of James Ward, died at 10 Arthur Street, Greenock in February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1902)

WARD William Ward, mason, husband of Catherine, died at 4 Ann Street, Greenock in January 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1874)

WARD Captain William T. Ward, formerly of Osborne House, Gourock, died at Leicester House, Beech Hill Road, Sheffield on 1st July 1892 age 79 obituary page 3 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1982)

WARD Winifred Ward, mother of James, died at 5 Market Street, Greenock in May 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1885)

WARD A son to Mr and Mrs Richard Ward, clerk, born at Grafton Terrace, Bentinck Street, Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1883.)

WARD Annie, daughter of late Neil Ward, Inverkip, to Charles W. McNally, at Church of the Holy

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Redeemer, St Louis on 14th October 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1907)

WARD Miss Ward, former headmistress, St John’s School, Port Glasgow, died at 14 Westmorland Street, Glasgow in June 1913. (Port Glasgow Express 25.6.1913)

WARD Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert Ward, 4 Carwood Street, Greenock, to Charles Sherret McGall, at St John’s Episcopal, Saskatoon on 13th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1913)

WARD Alice, youngest daughter of Captain William Ward, died as Osbourne House, Cardwell Bay, Gourock on 28th October 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1881) see Fanny, Louisa.

WARD John J. Ward, insurance agent, to Jane, 2nd daughter of Patrick Brennan, 5 East Blackhall Street, at Saint Lawrence’s Greenock on 8th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1893)

WARD Ann MacKay Ward, died at Lyon’s land, Inverkip on 29th March 1910 age 93. (Greenock Telegraph 31.03.1910)

WARD Barbara Carmichael, daughter of John Ward, blacksmith, to Ronald McConnachie at 10 Shore St. Gourock on 23rd December 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1904)

WARD Mary Murray, wife of Anthony died at 26 Ann Street, Greenock on 27th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1914)

WARD Bridget McGoldrick, widow of Michael Ward, mother of Elizabeth McMunagle, died at 29 Dalrymple Street Greenock on 22nd April 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1900) see Michael

WARD Edward William Ward, formerly of customs, died at 27 Lyle St. Greenock on 6th April 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1881)

WARD Elizabeth Carrigan Ward, mother of John, died at 60 Vennel, Greenock in November 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1906)

WARD Fanny, daughter of Captain Ward, to George Shott, engineer, at Osbourne House, Gourock on 15th Mar 1878 by Rev J.J. Bonar. (Greenock Telegraph 183.1878) see Alice

WARD A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Ward, sailmaker, born at 8 Kilblain St. Greenock on 10th December 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 12.12.1883) and (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1883). Marnot Orr died 24th October 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1884)

WARD James Ward, father of Joseph, died at 10 Arthur Street, Greenock in May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1902)

WARD John Ward, gatekeeper at 61 Nicholson Street, died at 60 High Vennel, Greenock on 13th January 1892 age 48. (Greenock Advertiser 15.1.1883 Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1883) see wife Eliza

WARD Agnes Ward, sister of James, died at 5 Market Street, Greenock in December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1892)

WARD James, infant son of John & Jane Ward, boot & shoemaker, died at 4 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 7th November 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1903)

WARD John Ward, brother in law of Charles McMunagle, died at 1 Hunter Place Greenock in May 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1904

WARD John Ward, Dumbarton, to Helen Elizabeth, eldest daughter of George Kerr, Customs, at 27 Lyle Street, Greenock on 6th June 1877 by Reverend G.A. Marshall (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1877)

WARD Mrs John Ward, mother of James, died at 42 King Street Port Glasgow in May 1875 see John (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1875)

WARD John Ward, spirit dealer, died at 40 King Street, Port Glasgow on 6th June 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1873) see Mrs John

WARD Jeanie, daughter of John & Jeanie Ward, died at 8 Springkell Street, Greenock on 7th December 1909 age 13 (Greenock Telegraph 08.12.1909) see Robert

WARD A son to Mr. & Mrs. John Ward, born at Rue-End Street Greenock on 15th February 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 19.2.1856)

WARD A son to Mr. & Mrs John Ward, born at 2 Rue-End Street on 6th April 1855 (Greenock Advertiser 10.4.1855)

WARD A daughter to Mr. & Mrs John Ward, shipwright, born at 2 Rue-end Street, Greenock, on 19th December 1852 (Greenock Advertiser 21.12.1852)

WARD John Ward, draughtsman, Greenock to Annie, only daughter of Thomas Philips, Milwall, at Manor Street Pres. Church, Poplar, London on 14th January 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 5.1.1871)

WARD Jane Crawford, wife of James Ward, labourer, died at 10 Nile Street, Greenock on 27th July

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1886 age 47. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1886)

WARD John Ward, blacksmith, husband of Marion, died at 10 Shore Street Gourock on 20th February 1905 age 57 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1905) see Mary D.

WARDEN Annie, eldest daughter of late Robert Warden, Greenock, to Captain William Orr Warden, at Wester Cowden, Dalkeith on 16th January 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1891)

WARDEN Archibald Warden to Ann, eldest daughter of John McKiver of H.M. Fisheries at 8 Kelly Street, Greenock on 19th October 1858 by Reverend J. B. Smith (Greenock Advertiser 22.10.1858).

WARDEN Archibald Warden, timber merchant, died at 25 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 18th April 1878 (Greenock Advertiser18.4.1878) (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1878)

WARDEN Twin daughters to Mr. & Mrs. Archibald Warden, born at 22 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 31st July 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 2.8.1859)

WARDEN Archibald Adam, infant son of John Warden, died at 15 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 17th September 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 20.9.1864)

WARDEN Catherine Anna, youngest daughter of John Warden, sailmaker, Greenock, died at Middleton Cottage, Dunoon on 27th May 1870 age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1870)

WARDEN Elizabeth Hair, widow of Peter Warden, to James Scott Hole, at Murdieston, Greenock on 21st June 1877 by Rev J. Young (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1877) – see Peter

WARDEN Andrew Warden, watchmaker, died at 65 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 4th May 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1907)

WARDEN Alexander Warden, ship-chandler, died at Greenock in 11th August 1820. (Greenock Advertiser 22.8.1820)

WARDEN Elizabeth Snodgrass, youngest daughter of John Warden, formerly of Greenock, to William Charles Cole, at 615 2nd Street, N.E. Washington on 6th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1897)

WARDEN Barbara Pollock, widow of Thomas Warden, died at Inverkip on 18th November 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 20.11.1862)

WARDEN Andrew Warden, jeweller, to Isabella younger daughter of A. Brodie at 30 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 24th September 1872 by Reverend J. McFarlane (Greenock Advertiser 26.9.1872)

WARDEN Amelia Wanostrocht, wife of James Warden, sugar broker, Greenock died at Rahaiu, Gareloch on 14th December 1858 (Greenock Advertiser 17.12.1858)

WARDEN Daughter to Captain & Mrs. Allan Warden born at 1 Finnart Terrace Greenock on 4th September 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1900)

WARDEN A daughter to Mr.& Mrs Allan Warden, born at 37 Campbell Street, Greenock on 2nd February 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1892)

WARDEN Captain Allan Warden, SS Cape Ortegal, son of late Robert Warden, Finnart Farm, Greenock, died at Nursing Home, Dover on 29th April 1912 age 53 – obituary P2. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1912)

WARDEN Alexander Campbell, youngest son of Robert Warden, former baker, Greenock, died at Demerara on 28th October 1867 of yellow fever. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1867)

WARDEN William, Coal Merchant Lair 193 Inverkip Street Cemetery;

WARDEN Jane Adam 9.10.1874 Lair 137 Inverkip Street Cemetery;

WARDEN Isabella, eldest daughter of William Warden of Murdieston, Greenock, died at Greenock on 29th April 1818 (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1818) – see Janette, William

WARDEN Agnes Shearer, wife of Isaac Warden, formerly of Greenock, died at Millhouse, Kyles of Bute on 1st May 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1870)

WARDEN Captain Allan Warden to Agnes Turner 2nd daughter of Daniel Leitch, painter, at 37 Campbell Street, Greenock on 14th January 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1891)

WARDEN Rachel, daughter of late James Warden, farmer, died at Kingston, Inverkip on 11th February 1860 age 21 (Greenock Advertiser 16.2.1860) see Margaret M.

WARDEN Margaret Marquis, widow of James Warden, farmer, died at Kingston, Inverkip on 4th May 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1862) see Rachel

WARDEN Margaret Rennie, widow of James Warden, farmer, died at Murdieston, Greenock on 22nd May 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 27.5.1862)

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WARDEN Marion, 2nd daughter of Robert Warden, baker, Greenock, to William Williamson, Beith, at Glasgow on 26th Sept. 1851 (Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1851)

WARDEN Mary, wife of Robert Warden, formerly of Greenock, died at Grenoak, Michigan, on 18th November 1845 see Robert (Greenock Advertiser 6.1.1846)

WARDEN Mary Darroch, widow of Captain Ninian Warden, Greenock died at Clifton, Kilmacolm on 11th June 1907 age 90 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1907) see Ninian

WARDEN Mary McNaught wife of Robert Warden, died at 9 Kelly Street Greenock on 6th September 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 8.9.1874 Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1874) see Robert.

WARDEN Mary McNaught, daughter of Captain James B. Warden, to Robert Orkney, writer, at 63 Octavia Terrace Greenock on the 10th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph11.4.1889) see James B.

WARDEN Mary Sinclair, widow of Robert Warden. Died at Dunrod Mill, Inverkip on 26th December 1881 see Janet (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1881)

WARDEN Niven Warden, chief mate of the barque ‘Charlotte Harrison’, to Mary, daughter of late John Darroch, Greenock, at Greenock on 28th April 1847 by Rev J Smith. (Greenock Advertiser 30.4.1847) See Mary D

WARDEN Margaret, daughter of the late John Warden, Airds, Appin, died at 20 Wellington Street, Greenock on 30th Nov. 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1882)

WARDEN Peter Warden died at Murdieston, Greenock on 21st July 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 23.7.1872 & Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1872)

WARDEN Margaret McTaggart, widow of James B. Warden, Greenock, died at Dumfries on 12th April 1910 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1910) see Captain James B.

WARDEN A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Warden born at Finnart, Greenock on 19th November 1857 (Greenock Advertiser 20.11.1857)

WARDEN A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Warden, born at Finnart, Greenock on 19th January 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1874)

WARDEN A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Warden, born at Alma Villa, Gourock on 7th April 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1874)

WARDEN Robert Warden died at 9 Kelly Street, Greenock on 12th January 1875 age 87 (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1875) see Mary McN

WARDEN Robert Warden, formerly of Greenock, died at Green Oak, Michigan on 19th December 1880 age 66 – obituary (Greenock Advertiser 1.3.1881) see Mary

WARDEN Robert Warden, formerly of Greenock, died at Wester Cowden Farm, Dalkeith on 20th June 1883 age 53 (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1883)

WARDEN Rosina McBride, wife of John Warden, formerly of Hamilton & Greenock, died at 2 Alexandra Terrace, Whitstable, on 5th July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1909) see John

WARDEN William Warden, died at Nicolson Street, Greenock on 29th March 1837 age 74. (Greenock Advertiser 30.3.1837) see Isabella, Jane

WARDEN William Warden, japanner, to Sarah, 2nd Daughter of late Andrew McIlwraith at 21 Dempster Street, Greenock on 6th July 1877 by Rev T. Kay. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1877)

WARDEN William Warden, coal merchant, died at 27 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 29th May 1879 age 77 (Greenock Advertiser 29.5.1879) (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1879) see Jane D.

WARDEN Peter Warden, Murdieston, Greenock, to Elizabeth, daughter of Ivie Hair, farmer at Brisbane Mains, Largs on 1st March 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1864) see Elizabeth H.

WARDEN Jessie Meikle, eldest twin daughter of Archibald Warden, died at 22 Brisbane Street Greenock on 25th December 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1861)

WARDEN Isabella Brodie, widow of Andrew Warden, died at 65 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 25th July 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1913)

WARDEN Ivie Warden, died at Finnart, Greenock, on 8th December 1843 . (Greenock Advertiser 12.12.1843) – see Janet, Jane, Robert, Jane A

WARDEN James Warden, formerly of Greenock, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Francis B. Striker, Brooklyn, New York, at Washington D.C., on 10th August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1904)

WARDEN Jane Dickie, eldest daughter of William Warden, coal merchant, to Captain George McLean, at 18 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 27th October 1865 by Rev J. B. Smith. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1865) see William

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WARDEN Janet, only daughter of William Warden of Greenock, to Duncan Blair, merchant, on 15th June 1819 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1819) see Isabella, William

WARDEN Janet, infant daughter of Ivie Warden, died at Finnart, Greenock on 17th August 1840. (Greenock Advertiser 18.8.1840) see Ivie, Jessie

WARDEN Janet, only daughter of Robert Warden, to John Thom, at Dunrod Mill, Inverkip on 31st December 1861 by Rev T. Brown. (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1862) see Mary S

WARDEN Janet, daughter of late James Warden, farmer, died at Kingston, Inverkip on 29th July 1882 age 58. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1882)

WARDEN Janet Hall, widow of Robert Warden, former farmer, Carswell, Inverkip, died at 43 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 27th September 1885 age 85. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1885)

WARDEN Jessie, youngest daughter of late Ivie Warden, Finnart, to Thomas A. Blair, at 13 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 10th August 1865 by Rev J. B. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1865) see Janet

WARDEN Margaret Mitchell, youngest daughter of late William Warden, died at 6 Nelson Street, Greenock on 12th July 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1882)

WARDEN Jessie, daughter of John Warden, died at 2 Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock on 24th October 1869 age 3yrs 8months. (Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1869 & Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1869)

WARDEN Joseph M Warden, watchmaker formerly of Greenock, to Fannie A, daughter of Josiah Flanders, Vestier, at Bradford, Vermont on 28th April 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1861)

WARDEN John E. Warden, Dalkeith, to Margaret Grant, youngest daughter of James McGowan, coal merchant, 7 Finnart Street, at Tontine, Greenock on 3rd June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1909)

WARDEN Joseph Warden, died at 62 Kelly Street, Greenock on 19th October 1893 (Greenock Telegraph on 19th October 1893)

WARDEN Dr. Jonathan Warden, formerly of Greenock, died at Bradford U.S. on 3rd June 1868 of apoplexy age 73. (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1868)

WARDEN Isabella, daughter of late James Warden, died at Murdieston, Greenock on 6th April 1848 age 18. (Greenock Advertiser 7.4.1848)

WARDEN John Warden to Rosina, youngest daughter of Captain Alex McBride, at Greenbank Cottage, Finnart, Greenock on 13th March 1860 by Rev Brown. (Greenock Advertiser 15.3.1860)

WARDEN William, Farmer Lair 119 Inverkip Street.

WARDEN John, 3rd son of late Captain Robert Warden, died at Adelaide Hospital on 27th June 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1895)

WARDEN John Warden, japanner, 21 Dempster Street, Greenock, died at Dunoon on 19th September 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1876)

WARDEN A daughter to Mr and Mrs Warden, born at 5 Armadale place, Greenock on 1st March 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1872) Mary Kennedy died at 13 Ardgowan Street on 1st August 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1872)

WARDEN A son to Mr and Mrs John Warden, born at 3 Armadale Place, Greenock on 23rd December 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1870)

WARDEN A son to Mr and Mrs John Warden, born at Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 6.11.1869 & Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1869)

WARDEN, Robert Warden, Finnart, to Elizabeth eldest daughter of Allan Snodgrass, Mollandhu, at Cardross on 11th November 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 14.11.1856) see Ivie

WARDLE Son to Mr and Mrs George J. Wardle, born at 11 Royal Street, Gourock on 23rd August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1899)

WARDLE Mary, eldest daughter of George Wardle, stationer, to David Smith Macpherson, at 34 Finnart Street, Greenock on 30th March 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1897)

WARDLE Marion Mitchell, wife of George Isaac Wardle, daughter of Robert Gray, Greenock, died at Seafield, Teignmouth, Devon on 2nd August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1909)

WARDLE Son to Mr and Mrs James Wardle, commercial traveller, born at Clydesdale House, Esplanade, Greenock on 28th March 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1900)

WARDLE A son to Mr and Mrs James Wardle, commercial traveller, born at Clydesdale House, 2 Esplanade, Greenock on 22nd November 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1898)

WARDLE James Wardle to Helen Brand, 2nd Daughter of late Robert Morison, C.E. at Reformed

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Presbyterian, Greenock on 29th September 1896. 2 Esplanade. (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1896)

WARDLE A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Wardle, born at 23 Ardgowan Street West, Greenock on 26th October 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 27.10.1877)

WARDLE A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Wardle, born at 23 Ardgowan Street West, Greenock on 12th October 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 14.10.1876)

WARDROP Jane Simpson, wife of John Wardrop, widow of James Service, writer, Glasgow, died at Sea View, Ashton Road, Gourock on 29th November 1894 age 30. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1894)

WARDROP John Eskine, youngest son of late John Wardrop, merchant, Glasgow, died at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1897)

WARDROP A son to Mr and Mrs David M.A. Wardrop, born at 10 Princes Street, Greenock on 28th January 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1877)

WARDROP A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Wardrop, teacher, born at 12 Princes Street, Greenock on 11th March 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1884)

WARDROP A daughter to Mr and Mr. David Wardrop, born at Kilblain House, Greenock on 15th January 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1875) (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1875)

WARDROP A son to Mr and Mrs David Wardrop born at Kilblain House, Greenock on 23rd June 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1872)

WARDROP David Wardrop, formerly of Kilblain Academy, Greenock, died at Bankend, Cumnock, on 25th January 1899 age 54. (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1899)

WARDROP Walter, engineer, 29.10.1844. No 290 Duncan Street Cemetery;

WARDROP A son to Mr and Mrs D. Wardrop, Kilblain House, Greenock born at Crofthead, Cumnock on 6th August 1873. (Greenock Advertiser 9.8.1873) (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1873)

WARE Charles Ware to Mary Cameron, daughter of late Charles Macdonald, at 16 Laird Street, Greenock on 25th December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1901)

WARE Agnes Bessie, daughter of late Joseph Ware, Devon, died at Glen House, Greenock on 20th July 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 23.7.1864)

WARE Lizzie Willmore, wife of Courtney Ware, coal merchant, Greenock, died at Edinburgh in May 1877 age 29. (Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1877) 2nd wife (1st Agnes G).

WARE Agnes Gilchrist, daughter of Courtney Ware, merchant, to David Charles Ker, RN, HMS Black Prince, at St. John’s Greenock on 8th April 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1872) see Agnes G.

WARE Agnes Gilchrist, wife of Courtney Ware, merchant, died at Glen House, Greenock, on 12th November 1870. (Greenock Advertiser 15.11.1870 & Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1870) see Agnes G. 1st wife (2nd Lizzie W).

WARES Miss Marion Wares died at 9 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 26th March 1903 age 43. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1903)

WARES Miss Jessie Wares, formerly of Thurso, died at Greenock on 8th January 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1904)

WARK Sarah (Marie) only surviving daughter of the late David & Mrs Wark, 7 Prospecthill, to Andrew Cameron, merchant, Kilcreggan, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 30th October 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1903) see David

WARK Janet Orr Small, widow of Alex Wark, mason, native of Houston died at 32 Royal Street, Gourock on 17th January 1890 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1890)

WARK Margaret Slavin, wife of Richard Wark, died at 18 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1900)

WARK Margaret Wark died at 155 Eldon Street, Greenock on 17th November 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1910)

WARK Malcolm McGougan Wark, to Kitty, youngest daughter of David McKellar, former deep- sea pilot, at Greenock on 18th September 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1903)

WARK Sarah Duncan McGougan, widow of David Wark, Caledonian Railway, died at 10 Jamaica Street, Greenock on 5th May 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1905) see David

WARK Janet Wylie, youngest daughter of the late David Wark, formerly of Greenock & Dunlop, Ayrshire, to William Norrie, at Tontine, Greenock on 29th August 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1900) see David

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WARK Henry Wark to Agnes, daughter of John Neill, at Courthouse Buildings, Greenock on 1st October 1878 by Sheriff Smith (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1878)

WARK Elizabeth Brown, wife of Robert Wark, sugarboiler, died at 34 Newton Street, Greenock on 19th March 1907 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1907)

WARK David Wark, jnr., died at 22 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 5th March 1880 age 31. Wife Sarah (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1880) see Bessie D: Janet W: Sarah: Sarah D.McG.

WARK Bessie Duncan, youngest daughter of David Wark, died at 24 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 10th April 1878 age 17months. (Greenock Advertiser 12.4.1878 & Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1878)

WARK Lottie, infant daughter of William Wark died at 9 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 6th July 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1894)

WARK Janet, daughter of the late Alexander Wark, to Thomas King, joiner, at Ashton, Gourock on 20th January 1870 by Reverend G. McCorkindale (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1870)

WARNER George Hastie second son of late Joseph Warner, stepson of John McKelvie, baker, Greenock died at High Claughling Kilmorie, Arran on 9th December 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1897)

WARNER Joseph Warner, ship steward, husband of Margaret, 1 Kilblain Buildings Greenock, died at Apalachicola, Florida on 6th January 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1885. see Bennie

WARNER Bennie, youngest son of late Joseph Warner, died at 30 Inverkip Street Greenock on 20th November 1885 age 14months 16days. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1885) see Joseph: George H.

WARNER Robert Warner, age 6 Weaver’s land, Vennel died of cholera on 3rd July 1832. (Greenock Advertiser 6.7.1837)

WARNOCK Agnes McCaig, wife of William Warnock, stableman, with Greenock Sanitary Staff, killed in a accident on the Caledonian Line near Houston on 24th January 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1873)

WARNOCK Sarah Brown, wife of Matthew Warnock, gardener, High Holm, died at Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 23rd Mar 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 28.3.1874) see William, Matthew

WARNOCK Daughter to Mr & Mrs W.H. Warnock, tailor, born at 13 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1903)

WARNOCK A son to Mr & Mrs W.H. Warnock born at 73 Nicolson St, Greenock on 4th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1899)

WARNOCK William H. Warnock to Jean Barclay, only daughter of late Captain McPherson, Port Glasgow, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on 7th Aug 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1896)

WARNOCK Daughter to Mr & Mrs W.H. Warnock, tailor, born at 11 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 6th May 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1905)

WARNOCK William, eldest son of Matthew Warnock, gardener, High Holm, died at Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 3rd November 1876 age 23. (Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1876) see Sarah B.

WARNOCK Thomas Warnock, brother of Catherine McLaughlin, died at 10 Springkell Street, Greenock in January 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1894)

WARNOCK Martin Warnock, former gardener, High Holm Port Glasgow, died at Largs in November 1907 age 81 – Obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1907) see Sarah B.

WARNOCK Martin Warnock died at 13 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1907 age 63. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1907)

WARNOCK Maggie, youngest daughter of Martin Warnock, died at 13 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 31st May 1895 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1895)

WARNOCK John, infant son of William & Jeanie Warnock, died at 73 Nicolson street, Greenock on 2nd April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1898)

WARNOCK Andrew Warnock, former engine driver, Caledonian Railway, died at 7 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 15th December 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1896)

WARNOCK Peter, roadmaker no.12 Inverkip Street Cemetery;

WARNOCK A son to Mr & Mrs W. H. Warnock born at 73 Nicolson St, Greenock, on 29th May 1897

WARNOCK Isabella, wife of Martin Warnock, 13 Ingleston street, drowned in Albert Harbour on 14th November 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1895)

WARRACK Richard Warrack died at 9 Ladyburn St, Greenock on 7th January 1911 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1911)

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WARRELL William Warrell, husband of Mary, died at 43 West Blackhall St, Greenock in Feb/March 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1873)

WARREN W. Warren, New York, to Helen, only daughter of Captain Morrison, Greenock, at Geelong on 30th April 1806. (Greenock Advertiser 17.7.1860

WARREN Elizabeth Kennedy, widow of John Warren, spirit merchant, died at her son-in-law’s, Charles Scott, 34 West Shaw St, Greenock on 21st September 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1900) see John

WARREN William Warren, eldest son of John Warren, wine & spirit merchant, Chudleigh, Gourock, died at a Glasgow Nursing Home on 20 Aug 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1913)

WARREN John Henry Warren to Mary Winifred, youngest daughter of late Michael Slaven, at St. Ninian’s on 21st January 1903 –p2. (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1903)

WARREN John Warren died at 1 Manse Lane, Port Glasgow on 26th March 1873 age 54 – wife Elizabeth. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1873) see Elizabeth K.

WARREN William Francis Anthony, youngest son of John Warren, wine & spirit merchant died at Chudleigh, Larkfield Road, Gourock on 12th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1908, & Gourock Advertiser 13.11.1908)

WARREN William Bartlett, eldest of Charles William Warren, Haverstock Hull, London to Catherine second daughter of late Robert McLelland, Greenock, at Hendon Church on 14th August 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1884)

WARREN Henry H. Warren, husband of Jane, died at 50 Shaw Street, Greenock in May 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1876)

WARREN Frances Mary Blundell, youngest daughter of John Warren, wine and spirit merchant, Chudleigh, Larkfield Rd, to Edward Long, at St Ninian's, Gourock on 27th June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1911)

WARWICK A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Warwick, smith, born at Octavia Cottages, 3 Moffat Street Greenock on 23rd July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1897)

WARWICK John Warwick, Eclipse Machine Co., to Jessie, youngest daughter of late Thomas Rennie, curator, Watt Museum, Greenock at Methodist Church, Elmria, New York on 8th September 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1908)

WARWICK Williamina, daughter of John Warwick, smith, to Thomas Esler, at 5 Octavia Cottages, Moffat Street, Greenock on 1st January 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1913)

WARWICK A son to Mr & Mrs John Warwick, smith, born at Octavia Cottages, 3 Moffat Street Greenock on 24th December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1892

WARWICK Isabella Moffat, daughter of John Warwick, smith, 5 Moffat Street, to David Lindsay, at Tontine, Greenock on 29th November 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1905) see Lizzie

WARWICK Agnes Heggie, eldest daughter of John Warwick, smith, to James, son of late James Myron, farmer, Dufftown, at Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 14th December 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1897) see Lizzie

WARWICK Ann Houston, widow of James Warwick, died at Dalrymple Street Greenock on 20th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1906)

WARWICK Lizzie second daughter of John Warwick, smith, 3 Moffat Street to Alfred Montgomerie, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 7th April 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1899) see Agnes H, Isabella M.

WASSON Thomas Wasson, mason, died at 28 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 8th January 1879, age 78 (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1879) see Margaret McG

WASSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Wasson, baker, born at 76 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th April 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1912)

WASSON John, infant son of Frank & Jeanie Wasson, papermaker, died at 64 Ann Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1905)

WASSON John Wasson, formerly of Newfoundland, died at 45 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 18th October 1861, age 25. (Greenock Advertiser 19.10.1861)

WASSON John Alexander Wasson, moulder, son of Alex & Sarah Wasson, died at Greenock Infirmary on 2nd October 1904, age 26. 14 Mill Street. (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1904)

WASSON Margaret McGugan, widow of Thomas Wasson, joiner, died at 15 Regent Street, Greenock on 29th March 1879, age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1879) see Thomas

WASSON Mary liberty, wife of Robert Wasson, died at 10 Boundary Street, Port Glasgow on 30th

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WASSON Robert Wasson, labourer, died at 32 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 16th February 1883 age 35. (Greenock Advertiser 17.2.1883)

WASSON Sarah Graham, wife of Alex Wasson, died at 116 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 22nd February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1913)

WASSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wasson born at 5 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 28th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1913)

WATERS Daughter to Mrs. James Waters, widow of J. Waters, born at 5 Rue-End Street, Greenock on 8th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1880)

WATERS Catherine, widow of James Waters, vanman, daughter of Alex Graham, 7 Ratho Street, Greenock on 9th July 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 10.7. 1882)

WATERS Horace Waters to Adelaide Ross, both of Theatre Royal, Greenock, on 18th February 1867 at St John’s Greenock, by Rev. C. Cole (Greenock Advertiser 22.2.1868& Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1868)

WATERS William Waters, joiner, to Margaret Turner Stevenson, formerly of Greenock, only daughter of Adam Stevenson, printer, at Sydney on 22nd December 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1880)

WATERS Euan Horace Waters to Elizabeth Walker Blair, at St John’s Greenock on 15th April 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1911)

WATERSON Margaret, daughter of John Waterson, died at 11 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 30th March 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1874)

WATERSON Mary Eleanor (Polly), eldest surviving daughter of Charles Waterson, died at Bourtree Cottage, Ashton, Gourock on 22nd April 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1883) see Elizabeth B

WATERSON William, eldest son of Charles Waterson, Board of Trade Surveyor, died at 62 Union Street, Greenock on 22nd March 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1891)

WATERSON Elizabeth Bell, only surviving daughter of Charles Waterson, died at Bourtree Cottage, Ashton, Gourock on 18th March 1884 See Mary E. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1884)

WATERSON Jane Brown, widow of John Waterson, died at 15 Antigua Street, Greenock on 8th January 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 13.1.1876)

WATERSON James Waterson, Glasgow, to Cecilia, 2nd daughter of late Henry H Foster, Hillhead, Glasgow, at 17 Nelson Street W, Greenock on 17th May 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1912)

WATERSON Angus, son of John Waterson, smith 17 Cartsburn Street, Greenock drowned at sea on 21st July 1882 from the barque Kenmore on voyage from Greenock to Sydney, age 22 (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1882) see Ann R

WATERSON Ann Ralston, wife of John Waterson, blacksmith, died at 12 Arthur Street, Greenock on 2nd February 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1895) see Angus

WATERSON Elizabeth, infant daughter of Alex Waterson, died at 13 Mearns Street, Greenock on 23rd September 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1897) see Robert

WATERSON Elizabeth Barbour, infant daughter of Alex Waterson, died at 13 Mearns Street, Greenock on 16th March 1904 age 11/2 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1904)

WATERSTON Alexander Waterston, father of Mary died at 58 Lynedoch Street, Greenock in August 1885. (Greenock Telegraph)

WATERSTON Robert, youngest son of Alex Waterston, died at 13 Mearns Street, Greenock on 29th March 1897 age 9months (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1897) see Elizabeth.

WATERSTONE John Waterstone died at Mr Crawford’s, 12 Arthur Street, Greenock, in November 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1897)

WATKIN Mrs Watkin, age 58, widow, Boyd’s Land, Vennel, died of cholera on 29th June 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 3.7.1832)

WATKIN Margaret, infant daughter of William Watkin, engineer, died at 10 Shaw Street, Greenock on 24th July 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1869)

WATKINS Joseph Watkins, Watson’s Land, Watson’s Lane, died of cholera on 13th April 1832. (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1832)

WATKINS William, youngest son of late William Watkins, engineer, Greenock, died at Belvidere Hospital, Glasgow on 4th February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1904)

WATKINS William, son of William Watkins, engineer, died at 10 Shaw Street, Greenock on 21st January

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1874 age 9. (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1874)

WATKINS Isabella Carlyle, widow of William Watkins, engineer, Greenock, died at 42 Scot Street, Glasgow on 28th May 1908 age 61. (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1908) see William

WATKINS William Watkins, engineer, husband of Isabella, 7 Cathcart Street, died in Greenock Infirmary on 17th May 1890 from injuries received on 13th May 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1890)

WATKINS Annie Kinloch, widow of James Watkins, 4th daughter of William Crockett, Greenock, died at Dollar on 10th July 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1885) see James H.

WATKINS James Hutton Watkins, writer, Glasgow to Annie Kinloch, 4th daughter of William Crockett, at Thoundeau, Greenock on 18th January 1867 by Rev McCulloch. (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1867 & Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1867)

WATSON Thomas C. Watson, compositor, to Susan Campbell, daughter of late James McKellar, Lochgoilhead, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 29th May 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1891)

WATSON William Watson, seaman, died at 62 Shore Street, Gourock on 12th June 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1889)

WATSON William, eldest son of William Watson, labourer, died at 36 Crescent Street, Greenock on 19th October 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1890)

WATSON William Watson, ship carpenter, died at 2 Falconer Street, Port Glasgow, from an assault by Matthew Sharp, plumber, 16 Kempock Street, Gourock, in Gourock on 4th January 1890 died 5th January 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1890)

WATSON William Watson, Neilston, died at Kempock, Gourock on 20th September 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1877)

WATSON William Watson, gatekeeper, Robert Duncan & Co., died at the yard on 24th July 1872 – p1. (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1872)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Watson, upholsterer, born at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 26th June 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1877)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Watson, upholsterer, born at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 7th July 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1875)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs William Watson, born at 93 Roxburgh street, Greenock on 2nd Aug 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1871)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs William Watson, born at 29 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 25th October 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1869)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs William Watson, born at 53 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 11th June 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 14.6.1864)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Watson, born at 29 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 1st July 1866. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1866) Catherine died 7th Aug 1866. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1866)

WATSON Walter Watson, inmate of Smithston, killed on Wemyss Bay railway line near Smithston on 17th June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1893)

WATSON Captain William Watson, yachtsman, died at 25 Royal Street, Gourock on 2nd July 1894 age 42 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1894)

WATSON William Russell, 3rd son of Thomas Christie Watson, painter, died at 12 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 27th June 1886 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1886) see Thomas C.

WATSON William Watson, accountant, of Greenock died in a fall at the railway station at Greenock on 25th October 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1841)

WATSON Mrs William Watson, 21 Abbotsford Place, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 25th Aug 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1836)

WATSON Twin sons to Captain and Mrs Watson, born at Port Glasgow on 11th September 1849. (Greenock advertiser 14.9.1849)

WATSON Thomas Christie Watson, printer, died at 12 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 12th January 1892, age 66. Father of John Stewart Watson. (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1892) see Mary: William R.

WATSON Captain William Watson of the ship St Mungo, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Calcutta on 12th October 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1872) see Mary A.

WATSON Captain William Watson of the ship Lotus of Liverpool, to Mary 4th daughter of late John Aitken, Port Glasgow on 5th April 1847 by Reverend Lauder. (Greenock Advertiser 9.4.1847)

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WATSON Walter Watson, Customs, 7 Holmscroft Street, husband of Jessie died at Greenock Infirmary on 1st October 1907 age 40. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1907)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs William Watson, born at 29 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 5th March 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1868)

WATSON Daughter to Sergeant –Major & Mrs William J. Watson, born at 19 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 2nd October 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1908)

WATSON John C. died at 31 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 24th May 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1914)

WATSON James Watson to Annie, eldest daughter of Owen McAlinden, at St. John’s, Port Glasgow on 30th August 1899 (Port Glasgow Express 8.9.1899 & Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1899)

WATSON Thomas Watson, wine & spirit merchant, 58 Eldon Street, Greenock, to Eveline Margaret Sintelare, only daughter of John Johnston, Sauchiehall street, at Grand Hotel, Glasgow on 27th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1904. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1904)

WATSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Watson born at 19 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 3rd January 1914. – Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Watson, died at 19 Brachelston Street, Greenock 8.1.1914. (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1914) (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1914)

WATSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Chas. Watson, born at 21 Wellington Street, Greenock on 4th January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1914)

WATSON Robert, late greenkeeper, Wellington Park died at 5 Dempster Street, Greenock on 28th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1914)

WATSON Robert, late Greenkeeper, Wellington Park, died at 5 Dempster Street, Greenock on 28th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1914)

WATSON Williamina Grieve, youngest daughter of Andrew Watson, gardener, to Donald MacKinnon, at Yielder's Café, Greenock on 31st December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1900)

WATSON William Steele Watson, Troon, to Margaret Scott, elder daughter of late Doctor Allan Galloway, at Tontine, Greenock on 16th April 1907. – Turnberry, Bentinck Drive, Troon. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1907)

WATSON William Lawrie, 2nd son of Frederick Watson, hairdresser, died at 6 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 18th July 1864. (Greenock advertiser 21.7.1864) see Christina L.

WATSON William Joseph, son of Peter & Shielah Watson, died at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 8th January 1913 age 8 months. (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1913)

WATSON William, son of William Watson, upholsterer, formerly of Greenock died at Sydney on 30th November 1894 age 30. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1895) see William (1910)

WATSON Daughter to Colour-Sergeant –Instructor & Mrs William J. Watson, born at 19 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 17th October 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1904)

WATSON William Houston, younger son of Robert Watson, died at 15 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 14th May 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1886)

WATSON William Houston, youngest son of Robert Watson, labourer, died at 15 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 7th May 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1882)

WATSON William Ernest, son of late Neil McLeod Watson, of Nairn & Sheffield, & Mrs Watson, 35 Ardgowan Street, Greenock, to Edith Mary, younger daughter of W.P. Kenyon, Crowley House, at St Mark’s, Sheffield, on 27th September 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1905)

WATSON William Watson to Jean Taylor, daughter of John Campbell, 16 Bank Street, at Crawford’s hall, Greenock on 25th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1913)

WATSON William Watson, engineer, formerly of Ladyburn, died at Beechgrove, Skelmorlie on 13th April 1906 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1906)

WATSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Watson, formerly of Gourock, born at Ansoma, Connecticut. On 24th Mar 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1900)

WATSON William Watson, wood merchant, Shettleston, to Agnes, daughter of Alex Scott, merchant, at Binnie Place, Inverkip on 26th December 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1895).

WATSON William Watson, labourer, husband of Janet, dies at 53 Belville Street, Greenock in May 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1896)

WATSON William Watson, upholsterer, formerly of Greenock, brother of late Hugh McPhail Watson, gasfitter, died at Sydney on 2nd November 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1910) see James D: William (1895)

WATSON William Rennie Watson, Civil Service India, to Jeanie Rennie, 3rd daughter of William

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Saunders, Port Glasgow, at Westbourne Terrace, Greenock on 20th September 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1893)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 15th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1889)

WATSON Hugh Watson, shoemaker, Dunoon died when the boiler of the ‘Earl Grey’ exploded at Greenock on 24th July 1835 (Greenock Advertiser 27.7.1835)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 1 Jamieson Place, Greenock on 15th July 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1869)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 25 West Burn Street, Greenock on 20th March 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1871)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 25 West Burn Street, Greenock on 12th April 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1873)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 25 West Burn Street, Greenock on 5th February 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1875)

WATSON Hugh Watson to Jessie Jane, daughter of James Simpson, at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 7th June 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1881)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 24th August 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1882) Hugh Drummond died on 30th December 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1886)

WATSON Fredrick Watson, hairdresser, died at 6 Brougham Street, Greenock on 18th June 1890 age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1890) see Margaret C.

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 24th March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1888)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs Harry Watson, born at 31 Brougham Street, Greenock on 28th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1903)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 18th June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1892)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 17th April 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1895)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 13 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 24th January 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1899)

WATSON Hugh Watson, husband of Jessie J. Simpson, died at 13 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 31st January 1912 Age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1912)

WATSON Hugh McPhail Watson, brassfounder, to Catherine, 2nd daughter of late James Daskin, fitter at 33 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 19th February 1868 by Rev. W.R. Thomson. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1868 & Greenock Advertiser 20.2.1868)

WATSON Hugh McPhail, eldest son of Hugh Watson, died at 25 West Burn Street, Greenock on 8th May 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1872)

WATSON Hugh McPhail Watson, gasfitter & bell hanger, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 16th November 1908 – obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1908) see James D.

WATSON Isabella daughter of late William Watson, accountant, Port Glasgow died at Turner Villa, Garelochhead on 26th January 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1891) See Jeanie

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Watson born at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 27th June 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1885)

WATSON Twin sons to Mr & Mrs George Watson, draper, born at 2 Old Hillend, Greenock on 6th June 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1886) John Smith died 7th September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1886)

WATSON James Watson, mason, husband of Catherine McKellar, died at 5 Nile Street, Greenock on 23rd October 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1906) see Catherine McK

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Frederick Watson, born at 6 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 29th October 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 30.10.1866)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs George Watson, born at Lilybank, Gourock on 25th March 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 27.3.1869)

WATSON George Watson, Glasgow, to Jeanie, 2nd daughter of George Smith, at 3 Orchard Street, Greenock on 25th August 1874 by Rev J.B. Thompson. (Greenock Advertiser 27.8.1874)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs George Watson, draper, born at 4 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 22nd

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July 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1875)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Watson, draper, born at 4 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 26th August 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1876)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs George Watson, born at 75 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 7th July 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1878)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Watson, born at 5 Old Hillend, Greenock on 20th April 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1880)

WATSON Helen Rose Massey, widow of Rev A.E. Watson, granddaughter of third Baron Watson, died at 163 Eldon Street, Greenock on 14th April 1909 age 97 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1909)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Watson, draper, born at 2 Old Hillend, Greenock on 25th August 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1884)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs Harry Watson, born at Rosebank Terrace, Kilmacolm on 19th December 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1904)

WATSON George Watson, inspector, Caledonian Railway, 23 Royal Street, found in Gourock Bay on 26th November 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1889)

WATSON George Watson, gardener, died at 26 Cardwell Road, Gourock on 1st February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1904) see Jessie D.

WATSON Captain George Leckie, 3rd son of William Watson, accountant, Port Glasgow, to Margaret, eldest daughter of late Robert Leckie, merchant, Greenock, at Apsley House, Patrick on 2nd February 1860. (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1860)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs H.S. Watson, born at 8 Regent Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1889)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs H.S. Watson, born at Clyde View, Gourock on 12th October 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1892)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs H.S. Watson, born at 10 Mearns Street, Greenock on 22 July 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1894)

WATSON Harry Watson to Marion, second daughter of Hugh Kennedy, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 31st July 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1902)

WATSON Mrs Isabella McKellar Watson committed suicide at 20 Vennel Greenock on 3rd July 1873. (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1873)

WATSON Son & daughter to Mr & Mrs George Watson, draper, born at 5 Old Hillend, Greenock on 20th July 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1882)John died 26th October 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.83)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs H.S. Watson, born at 10 Mearns Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1894)

WATSON Isabella, daughter of late Alex Watson, grocer, died at 13 Nelson Street, Greenock on 16th September 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1912)

WATSON Janet Duncan, 6th daughter of John Watson, boatbuilder, to John McRoberts, boatbuilder, at 70 Shore Street, Gourock on the 10th February 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1888.)

WATSON Janet Carruthers, eldest daughter of the late Andrew Watson, to Archibald McArthur, Inverkip, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on the 12th January 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1900)

WATSON Jeanie, 4th daughter of late William Watson, to Robert Hall Paterson, at Port Glasgow on 6th March 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1891) see Isabella.

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 14 Bruce Street, Greenock on 25th January 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1878)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 35 Nelson Street, Greenock on 4th August 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1879)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 35 Nelson Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1881)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 28 Mearns Street, Greenock on 23rd May 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1883)

WATSON Jane Marr, eldest daughter of Alex Watson, died at 15 Glen Avenue, Port Glasgow on the 13th January 1910 aged 23. (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1910. & Port Glasgow Express 14.1.1910.)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs H.S. Watson, born at Clyde View, Gourock on 12th October 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1892)

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WATSON Jane McKenzie, daughter of John Watson, died at 15 Shore Street, Port Glasgow on the 23rd January 1889 aged 11. (Greenock Telegraph, 24.1.1889.)

WATSON A son A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 28 Mearns Street, Greenock, on 19th November 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1886)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, headmaster, born at 28 Mearns Street, Greenock on 1st September 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1888)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 25 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 20th December 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1893)

WATSON James Watson, Filshill, to Mary, eldest daughter of Alex Lyle, moulder, at 23 Lyle Street, Greenock on 20th December 1882. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1882)

WATSON James Watson, wine & spirit merchant, died at 9 South Street, Greenock on 17th March 1888, age 67. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1888)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, boilermaker, born at 6 Hay Street, Greenock on 29th August 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1891)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, boilermaker, born at 6 Hay Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1893)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, boilermaker, born at 6 Hay Street, Greenock on 29th March 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1895)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 28 Mearns Street, Greenock on 31st January 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1885)

WATSON James Watson, teacher, Rothesay, to Emma, eldest daughter of Charles Shepherd, Dundee, at Greenock on 14th February 1854 by Rev John McRae. (Greenock Advertiser 17.2.1854)

WATSON Fredrick Watson, perfumer, to Mary, only daughter of late Angus McMillan, at 2 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 1st March 1864 by Rev McCulloch. (Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1864) 2nd wife (1st Christina Lawrie)

WATSON Isabella Munro, daughter of late Thomas Watson, sailmaker, to John Drummond, at Assembly Hall, West Stewart Street Greenock on 28th December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1900)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Greenock on 17th April 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 18.4.1836)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Union Street, Greenock on 16th October 1837. (Greenock Advertiser 16.10.1837)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Union Street, Greenock on 7th September 1839. (Greenock Advertiser 10.9.1839)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Union Street, Greenock on 2nd May 1842. (Greenock Advertiser 3.5.1842)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Union Street, Greenock on 14th June 1844. (Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1844)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Union Street, Greenock on 26th June 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1847)

WATSON Janet Watson, aged 21, Shaw Street, died of cholera on the 4th May 1832. (Greenock Advertiser, 8.5.1832.)

WATSON James Watson, died at 80 Union Street, Greenock on 15th November 1849. (Greenock Advertiser 16.11.1849) see Jessie A.; Marianne

WATSON Isabella Cameron, wife of Thomas Watson, baker, died at 60 Kelly Street, Greenock on 1 7th September 1881 age 30 – possible suicide. (Greenock Advertiser 18.9.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1882) see Thomas

WATSON James Watson to Ann Selina, 3rd daughter of Robert Parrock, at St. Mary’s Port Glasgow on 21st June 1864 by Rev G. Durno. (Greenock Advertiser 23.6.1864)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 14 Bruce Street, Greenock on 20th May 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1875)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watson, teacher, born at 14 Bruce Street, Greenock on 23rd September 18 76. (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1876)

WATSON Jane, last surviving daughter of late Robert Watson, draper, Greenock, died at Gourock on 28th April 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 29.4.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1879)

WATSON Jane, eldest daughter of the late James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock died at Montreal on

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WATSON Jane Ellis, 3rd daughter of the late Frederick Watson, to Alexander Rowan, at 33 Union Street, Greenock on the 13th October, 1893.(Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1893.)

WATSON Jane Kirkland, eldest daughter of the late John Watson, carpenter, died at 27 Nicolson Street, Greenock on the 31st January 1903. (Greenock Telegraph, 31.1.1903) see John

WATSON Jane Lang, daughter of James Watson, sugar boiler, to William Moffat, engineer, at 31 Brougham Street, Greenock on the 2nd January 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1872)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, born at Union Street, Greenock on 8th March 1849. Henry died on 8th May 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 22.5.1949). (Greenock Advertiser 9.3.1849)

WATSON Andrew Watson, gardener, Greenock Cemetery, father of Jeanie, died at 62 Wellington Street, Greenock on 9th April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1902.)

WATSON Alexander Baillie, only surviving child of A.B. Watson, Monteith Row, Glasgow, died at Clunebraehead, Kilmacolm on 10th December 1878 age 22. (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1878)

WATSON Alexander L. Watson died at 9 Laird Street, Greenock on 4th May 1911 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1911)

WATSON Alexander Smith Watson, plumber, formerly of Port Glasgow, to Catherine Anne, only daughter of John Keefe, Queensland, at Presbyterian Church Manse, Balmain, Sydney on 27th January 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1911 & (Port Glasgow Express 8.3.1911)

WATSON Alexandrina Steel, wife of James Watson, carter, 5 Mill Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1902)

WATSON Alfred Todd, youngest son of David and Jessie Watson, traveller, died at 35 Nelson Street W., Greenock on 18th February 1908 age 2½.

WATSON Amelia Francis, daughter of John Watson of Greenock, to Frederick Pellatt, merchant in London, at Greenock on 7th June, 1831(Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1831)

WATSON Amelia Kippen, wife of John Watson, merchant, Cartsdyke, died 26th June 1807 at Cartsburn (Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1807)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Fredrick Watson, born at 6 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 6.12.1864)

WATSON Andrew Watson, mason, 64 Wellington Street, Greenock, died at Townhead Close, Largs on 3rd July 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1873)

WATSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Watson born at Bath Street, Gourock on 3rd August 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1877)

WATSON Annie, youngest daughter of Matthew Watson, to Robert Smith, at Primitive Methodist, Greenock on 23rd January, 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1907)

WATSON Annie Currie, daughter of Fred Watson, hairdresser, died at 15 Laird Street, Greenock on 3rd August, 1879 aged 9 (Greenock Advertiser 4.8.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1879)

WATSON Ann McLennan, widow of John Watson died at 16 Royal Street, Gourock on 27th August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1906)

WATSON Ann Manson, youngest daughter of late William Watson, accountant, Port Glasgow, died at Garelochhead on 6th August 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1895)

WATSON Archibald, son of Samuel Watson, died at 20 Tobago Street, Greenock in October 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1885)

WATSON Archibald McLaren, only son of Daniel Watson, joiner, died at 21 Wellington Street, Greenock on 29th May 1887 age 11months (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1887) see Daniel.

WATSON Miss Barbara Watson died at 2 Nelson Street, George Square, Greenock on 1st April 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1877)

WATSON Catherine Buchanan, only daughter of late Thomas Watson, baker died at 44 Brougham Street, Greenock on 9th July 1895 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1895) see Thomas.

WATSON Andrew Watson to Mary Niven, eldest daughter of Captain Alex Archibald, at 37 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 4th September 1873, by the Reverend W.R. Thomson (Greenock Telegraph, 6.9.1873.)

WATSON Agnes, 5th daughter of William Watson, Gourock, to Charles William Scourey, at Southampton on 13th October 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1881)

WATSON Jessie A. 7.1.1871. Lair 271. Inverkip Street Cemetery; / Barbara 6.4.77. Lair 17 Inverkip Street Cemetery/ Jane 2.5.79 Lair 234 Inverkip Street Cemetery/ Elizabeth 8.2.81 Lair 17

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WATSON William Lair 17 Inverkip Street Cemetery; / Robert, cloth merchant. Lair 234 Inverkip Street Cemetery/ John, feuar, 23.9.1834 Lair 184 Duncan Street Cemetery

WATSON A son to Mr and Mrs Watson, born at 12 Clarence Street, Greenock on 13th July 1840. (Greenock Advertiser 14.7.1840)

WATSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Watson, born at 16 Regent Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 24.12.1841)

WATSON Mrs Watson, age 53, Gemmill’s Land, Shaw Street, died of cholera on 11th May 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 15.5.1832) see Agnes, Janet.

WATSON Miss Watson died at 11 West Stewart Street, Greenock, on 18th February 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 25.2.1853)

WATSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Watson, born at Mount View House, Greenock on 18th November 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1867)

WATSON Abraham, son of James Watson, spirit merchant, died at 7 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 13th July 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1875)

WATSON Alexander Watson, boat hirer, 70 Shore Street, Gourock, drowned off Gourock Pier on 26th August 1891 age 28. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1891)

WATSON Agnes Watson, age 20, Shaw Street, died of cholera on 6th May 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1832) see Janet

WATSON Alexander Watson, former Post Office messenger, died at 14 Lyle Street, Greenock 26th March 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1876)

WATSON Agnes, daughter of John Watson, Gourock, to John McIntyre Scott, at Trade’s Hall, Glassford Street, Glasgow on 19th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1894)

WATSON Agnes Armstrong, 3rd daughter of Thomas Watson, to Thomas Graham, clothier, at 24 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1982 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1892)

WATSON Agnes Campbell, eldest daughter of James Watson, mason, to Daniel McKinnon, at 5 Nile Street, Greenock on 30th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1903)

WATSON Agnes McKinnon, 2nd daughter of late George Watson, draper, to William Williamson, at Watt Hall, Greenock on 7th November 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1906)

WATSON Alexander Watson, to Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert Fleming, Australia, at 29 Nicholson Street, Greenock, on 11th February 1857 by Rev McCulloch (Greenock Advertiser 13.2.1857)

WATSON A daughter to Constable and Mrs Alex Watson, born at 51 Crawfurd Street, Greenock in August 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1869)

WATSON A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Watson, born at Bath Street, Gourock on 12th March 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1875)

WATSON Catherine McKellar, 3rd daughter of late James Watson, mason, to John Rae Miller, at 5 Nile Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1907) see James

WATSON Adam Watson, formerly of Greenock, died at Barkerville, B.C. on 19th October 1880 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1880)

WATSON Miss Elizabeth Watson died at 2 Nelson Street, George Square, Greenock, on 4th February 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 7.2.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1881)

WATSON Catherine Campbell, widow of Matthew Watson, rigger, died at 74 Wellington Street, Greenock on 18th March 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1898)

WATSON Douglas Fisher, youngest son of William Watson, died at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 9th March 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 9.3.1872)

WATSON Duncan Watson to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Hugh McVicar, at 12 Ardgowan Street W, Greenock on 22nd December 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1893)

WATSON Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs Duncan Watson, engineer, born at 92 Dempster Street, Greenock on 12th January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1897)

WATSON Duncan, youngest son of Duncan & Elizabeth Watson, engineer, died at 92 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th March 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1902)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Watson, engineer, born at 92 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th December 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1902)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Watson, engineer, born at 56 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th March 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 12.3..1906)

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WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Watson, engineer, born at 56 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th March 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1908)

WATSON David Watson, Manchester, to Jane Martin, only daughter of Charles Cunningham at Patrick Street, Greenock on 28th November 1872, by Reverend J Macfarlan (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1872)

WATSON Elizabeth, widow of John Watson, last surviving daughter of late John Kippen, Greenock, died at 10 Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh on 5th February 1873 age 87. (Greenock Advertiser 8.2.1873)

WATSON David Watson, Greenock, carpenter on the ship Washington, Glasgow. Killed in an assault in Quebec on 16th June 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 9.7.1863)

WATSON Elizabeth, 4th daughter of Robert & Sarah Watson, died at 82 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 17th May 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1898 & Port Glasgow Express 20.5.1898)

WATSON Elizabeth Guthrie, widow of William Watson, portioner, Glasgow, died at Mount William, Gourock on 11th July 1871. (Greenock Advertiser 13.87.1871)

WATSON Elizabeth Smillie, eldest daughter of William Watson, marine architect, to Robert Baird, at Fore Street Greenock on 27th November 1872 by Rev J. Bryce (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1872)

WATSON Esther, daughter of Alex Watson, Gourock, to Edward Lunn, at Ansonia, Connecticut, on 28th March 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1900)

WATSON Esther Lee, widow of William Watson, died at 1 John Street, Gourock on 10th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1909)

WATSON Ethel, 2nd daughter of late John Watson, to James Murdoch Hastie, at 4 Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 24th November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1904)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Fredrick Watson, born at 27 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 9th January 1860. (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1860)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Fredrick Watson born at 6 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 3.8.1861)

WATSON Elizabeth Canda, only daughter of William Watson, Gourock to Henry da Costa, Porto Rico, at Bath Street, Glasgow on 6th November 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 10.11.1854)

WATSON Christina Laurie, eldest daughter of Frederick Watson, hairdresser, to John McKinnon, accountant, Glasgow, at 6 Brougham Street, Greenock on 30th April 1889. See Christina L, Mary, William L (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1889.)

WATSON James Watson, died at Riverlea, 57 Octavia Terrace, Greenock on 22nd May 1899 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1899)

WATSON Catherine Power, wife of James Watson, merchant, died at Greenock on 6th August 1825 (Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1825)

WATSON Charles, youngest son of the late James Watson, died at 80 Union Street, Greenock on 2nd January 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1850) see Marianne

WATSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles Watson born at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 5th April 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1912)

WATSON Christian, 3rd daughter of R. Watson, merchant in Greenock, to David Taylor, merchant in Port Glasgow, on 16th December 1817 at Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1817)

WATSON Christian Robertson, 2nd daughter of John Watson, boat proprietor, to John Brown, at 70 Shore Street, Gourock on 22nd December 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1885)

WATSON Christina, younger daughter of William Watson to Alfred Sergeant, master mariner, Cowes, Isle of Wight, at 62 Shore Street, Gourock on 8th January 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1888)

WATSON Christina Buchanan, only daughter of Frederick Watson, died at 6 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, on 13th June 1860. 1st wife (2nd Mary McM) (Greenock Advertiser 14.6.1860)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs David Watson, Alderly Edge, Cheshire, born at 18 Patrick Street, Greenock on 9th August 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1873)

WATSON Christina Lawrie, wife of Frederic Watson, hairdresser, died at 6 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 26th September 1862. Their infant daughter Jane died on 28th September 1862. 1st wife (2nd Mary McMillan) (Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1862) see Christina L, Annie C

WATSON Catherine Daskin, 2nd daughter of Hugh McP. Watson, gasfitter, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 5th June 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1892) see James.

WATSON Daniel Watson, seaman, Port Glasgow, drowned in the Laurel which sank off Millport on the

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WATSON Daniel, son of Daniel Watson, joiner, died at 5, Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th April 1886, aged 2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1886.) see Archibald Mcl

WATSON Daniel Watson, joiner, died at 6 Laurieston Street, Greenock on 14th July 1894 (Greenock Telegraph16.7.1894.)

WATSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs. Daniel Watson, joiner, born at 24 Wellington Street, Greenock on 24th December 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1899)

WATSON A daughter to Mr, & Mrs. Daniel M. Watson, born at Overton on 14th May 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1871)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs. Daniel M. Watson, born at Overton, Greenock on 16th January 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1874)

WATSON Daniel McPhail Watson, to Maggie McLaren, at 51 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 3rd October 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1883)

WATSON David Watson, merchant, Bombay, to Margaret Elizabeth Reid, only daughter of Donald Macnicol, at Deer Park, Greenock on 14th August 1861 by groom’s father Rev T. Watson, Covington (Greenock Advertiser 17.8.1861)

WATSON Christina F, daughter of the late Walter L. Watson, Port Glasgow, to Thomas W. Hay, engineer, at 62 West Nile Street, Glasgow on 16th April 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1894)

WATSON Captain Robert Watson, of the ship Trinidad, to June, daughter of Captain James Loudon, of the brig Alpha, at Greenock on 3rd January 1831. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1831)

WATSON Matthew Watson, hairdresser, died at 17 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 31st January 1912 age 60 – obit P2. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1912)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Watson, born at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 21st January 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1876)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Watson, hairdresser, born at 19 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 14th September 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 15.9.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1877)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Watson, hairdresser, born at 47 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 7th December 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1879)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Watson, hairdresser, born at 47 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 14th May 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1882)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Watson, hairdresser, born at 47 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 13th September 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1884)

WATSON Matthew Watson, senior, to Christina Millar, at 9 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 2nd January 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1905)

WATSON Mary, youngest daughter of John & Mary Watson, painter, died at 36 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 30th November 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1891)

WATSON Son to Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Watson, born at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 19th February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1913)

WATSON Matilda Douglas Steel, eldest daughter of Thomas Watson, bootmaker, to William T Galbreath, at 5 Glen Street, Greenock on 2nd November 1881 by Reverend A Davidson. (Greenock Advertiser 4.11.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1881) see Matilda S

WATSON Robert Watson, merchant, died at Greenock, on 11th March 1832 age 67. (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1832). See Mary

WATSON Mrs. D. Watson, mother of James, died at 15 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 9th December 1875 age 65. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1875)

WATSON Mrs. Hugh (Catherine) McPhail Watson, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 18th March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1897) see James D.

WATSON Mrs. Robert Watson, eldest daughter of Captain James Louden, died at Greenock on 18th April 1834 (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1834)

WATSON Robert Watson, mason, died at 4 Vennel, Greenock on 27th March 1867 age 40. (Greenock Telegraph 30.0.1867)

WATSON Robert Watson, formerly of the Customs, died at 7 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 1st June 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1875)

WATSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Watson, flesher, born at 62 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 3rd August 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1875)

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WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Watson, flesher, born at 62 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 14th January 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1877) Robert died 7 Prospecthill Street on 5th December 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.83)

WATSON Mina Steele, youngest daughter of late Thomas Watson, Greenock, to Robert Fingzies Climie, Leith, at Queen’s Hotel, Leith on 17th July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1901)

WATSON Mary Brodie, wife of John Watson, engineer, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 19th June 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1887)

WATSON Mary, 2nd daughter of the late Andrew Watson, to Harry Slater at 40 Mearns Street, Greenock on 9th June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1899)

WATSON Mary, 2nd daughter of Daniel Watson, joiner, died at 24 Wellington Street, Greenock on 22nd April 1900 age 4 years 6 months (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1900)

WATSON Mary, 3rd daughter of late Ninian Watson, died at 6 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 12th October 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1913)

WATSON Mary Watson died at Kilmacolm on 9th November 1913 – formerly of West Glen Houston (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1913)

WATSON Mary Aiken, widow of Capt. William Watson, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 177 Ferry Road, Leith on 15th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1889) see Captain William

WATSON Mary Ann 2nd daughter of John Watson to Charles E. McDonald, Windson, Nova Scotia, at Queens Rooms, Greenock on 26th March 1868 by Rev. J. McPherson (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1868)

WATSON MaryAnn, second daughter of John Watson to Charles E. McDonald Windsor, Nova Scotia, at Queen’s Rooms, Greenock on 26th March 1868 by Rev J. McPherson. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1868)

WATSON Mary Ann, 4th daughter of late Kennedy Watson, died at Craigard, Port Glasgow on 5th October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1903 Port Glasgow Express 9.10.1903) see Kennedy

WATSON Matthew Watson, hairdresser, to Marion, youngest daughter of John Gray, porter, at 3 Dock Lane, Greenock on 10th March 1874 by Reverend W.W. Tulloch. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1874)

WATSON Mary Boag, widow of James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock, died at Bellevue, Oldbury, Bridgeworth on 24th April 1888 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1888) see Jessie A.

WATSON Matilda Steel, wife of Thomas Watson, bootmaker, died at 19 Newton Street, Greenock on 20th April 1888 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1888) see Matilda D.S.

WATSON Mary Brown, widow of Ninian Watson, died at 6 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 12th July 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1903)

WATSON Mary Cameron McPhail, wife of Thomas Watson, died at 32 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1866 age 53. (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1866)

WATSON Mary Daskin, wife of William Watson, formerly of Greenock, died at 409 Paramatta Road, Leichart, Redfern, Sydney on 15th August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1904)

WATSON Mary McPhail, daughter of Hugh McPhail Watson, gasfitter, 6 Brisbane Street, to Charles N. Eltringham, engineer, at Tontine, Greenock on 25th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1902)

WATSON Mary Nevin Archibald, wife of Andrew Watson, died at 8 Hay Street, Greenock on 9th March 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1887)

WATSON Mary Nimmo Watson, youngest daughter of Reverend John Watson of Glasgow, died at Gourock on 18th July 1817. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1817)

WATSON Mary Stewart, wife of Thomas Watson, letterpress printer, died at 14 Mill Street, Greenock on 4th November 1881 age 48. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1881)

WATSON Robert Watson, seaman, died at Wood’s Manners’, Asylum, Greenock on 13th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1880)

WATSON Mary Ann Mitchell, widow of John Watson, carpenter, died at her daughter’s Mrs Brown, 25 Brougham Street, Greenock on 10th February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1910)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson, born at 40 Nicholson Street Greenock on 22nd May 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1874)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Watson, born at 26 Bruce Street, Greenock on 24th November 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1878)

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WATSON Sarah, 3rd daughter of John C Watson, shipwright, died at Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow on 13th August 1881 age 14 months (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1881)

WATSON Sarah Watson, formerly of Union Street, Greenock died at the Cottage, Hacketstown, Co. Carlow in December 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1889)

WATSON Sarah Connely, wife of Robert Watson, died at 82 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 12th November 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1901)

WATSON Sarah Erskine, wife of James Watson, boilermaker, died at 6 Hay Street, Greenock on 16th March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1898)

WATSON Susan, daughter of Samuel & Nellie Watson, died at 30 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 28th May 1903 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1903) see Samuel

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson born at Lyle Street, Greenock on 27th January 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 28.1.1860)

WATSON Thomas, only son of William Watson, upholsterer, died at 53 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 2nd March 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1861)

WATSON Samuel Watson died at 11 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 4th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1903) see Susan

WATSON Thomas Watson, plumber, died at his father’s, 40 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 28th October 1871 age 25. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1871)

WATSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs S Watson born at 1 Hope Street, Greenock on 29th March 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1913)

WATSON Thomas Watson, baker, to Isabella, youngest daughter of John Cameron, policeman, at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 25th July 1873 by Reverend Fullerton see Catherine B; Isabella C. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1873)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson, born at 83 Wellington Street, Greenock on 8th June 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1874)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson, pastry baker, born at 60 Upper Kelly Street, Greenock on 26th July 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1876)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson, pastry baker, born at 60 Kelly Street, Greenock on 6th August 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1878)

WATSON Thomas Watson, sailmaker, died at 40 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 30th March 1892 age 80 see Mary: Margaret M. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1892

WATSON Thomas Watson, died at 53 Belville Street, Greenock on 14th June 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1895)

WATSON Thomas Watson to Hannah Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of Duncan Campbell, joiner, at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 8th Aug 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1895)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson, grocer, born at 30 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 25th December 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1897)

WATSON Thomas, youngest surviving son of late James Watson, merchant, Greenock, died at 86 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 12th March 1863. see Margaret K. (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1863)

WATSON Robert F. Watson, Greenock, to Sara Thom, eldest daughter of Thomas McLelland, architect, Bellahouston, at the Cockburn Hotel, Bath Street, Glasgow on 22nd May 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1888.)

WATSON Mary, 2nd daughter of Frederick Watson, hairdresser, to Robert A. Guthrie, shipbroker, Glasgow, at 6 Brougham Street, Greenock on 22nd August 1889. . (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1889) see Christina L.

WATSON Robert Watson, railway porter, 36 West Blackhall Street, died in Greenock Infirmary on 25th October 1884 after an accident at Princes Pier Station. Age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 27 October 1884)

WATSON Captain Robert Watson, West India & Pacific SS Company, formerly of Port Glasgow, at Carthagena, West Indies on 8th January 1891. Age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1891)

WATSON Robert, fourth son of Thomas Watson, died at 31 Nelson Street, Greenock on 27th March 1891. Age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1891)

WATSON Robert Watson, Greenock, drowned at Bowling Harbour from a Ross & Marshall on 6th August 1893. Age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1893)

WATSON Robert Watson, formerly of Greenock, died at 70 Hamilton Street, Govan on 15th March 1900

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WATSON Robert Watson, husband of Ann, son of late Robert Watson, Greenock, died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 28th March 1904 – buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1906)

WATSON Robert Watson to Mary, youngest daughter of late Thomas Wood, at 63 Finnart Street, Greenock on 14th September 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1906)

WATSON Sarah, only daughter of the late David Watson, died at 6 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 25th July 1877 age 2 years 9 months (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1877)

WATSON Robert D. Watson of the Customs London, to Amelia, daughter of the late John Bannatyne of Castlebank, Lanarkshire on 29th. June 1831 at Greenock (Greenock Advertiser, 1.7.1831.)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Watson born at 1 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 8th November 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1882)

WATSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert F. Watson, born at 30 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 10th February,1889.(Greenock Telegraph, 11.2.1889.)

WATSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert F. Watson, clerk, born at 30 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 24th July 1892 (Greenock Telegraph, 25.7.1892.)

WATSON A son to Mr and Mrs R.F. Watson, accountant, born at 30 Patrick Street, Greenock on 26th April, 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1903.)

WATSON Captain Robert Graham Watson, formerly of the brig “Europa”, died at Greenock on the 17th November 1839 (Greenock Advertiser 19.11.1839.)

WATSON Robert L. Watson to Mary, eldest daughter of the late John Anderson, at the Manse, Gourock on 22nd December 1911 (Greenock Telegraph, 25.12.1911)

WATSON Robert Lee Watson, carpenter, husband of Mary Anderson, died at 1 John Street, Gourock on 4th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1913)

WATSON Robertina, 4th daughter of Robert Watson, to Peter Robertson, Canniesburn, at Quay Street, Gourock on 4th June 1874 (Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1874)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs S Watson born at 13 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 15th February 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1899)

WATSON Robert, draper & clothier, 29 Ardgowan Street, Greenock, died at Albert Cottage, Row on 10th September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1913)

WATSON John Watson to Margaret, daughter of late John Douglas, at 15 Laird Street, Greenock on 28th April 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1886)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs John Watson, born at 20 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 13th February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1904)

WATSON John Watson, boatbuilder, died at 70 Shore Street, Gourock on 3rd September 1889 age 70 obituary page 3. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1889)

WATSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. John Watson born at Shore Street, Gourock on 23rd June 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 28.6.1860)

WATSON John Watson, employed for many years by Sir James Anderson, Glasgow died at 58 High Vennel, Greenock on 22nd February 1876 age 80 (Greenock Advertiser 24.2.1876)

WATSON John Watson, brassfinisher, died at 41 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 27th December 1877 age 47. (Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1877)

WATSON John Watson, seaman, son of John Watson, engineer, 3 Regent Street, Greenock drowned at sea from the ship Duncairn on 10th July 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1878)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Watson, shipwright, born at Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow on 26th May 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1880)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Watson, born at 18 Holm’s Land, Port Glasgow on 23rd March 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1882)

WATSON John Watson, merchant of Leith to Elizabeth Kippen, daughter of John Kippen, on 5th October 1814 at Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 11.10.1814)

WATSON John Watson, ship carpenter, husband of Mary, died at 27 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 11th July 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1885) see Jane K.

WATSON John Watson, merchant in Greenock died at Lunderston 1st May 1806 (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1806)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Watson, born at 15 Laird Street, Greenock on 10th June 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1887)

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WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Watson junior, born at 44 Royal Street, Gourock on 30th March 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1888)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Watson, carpenter, born at 19 Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 11th October 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1891)

WATSON Twins to Mr & Mrs John Watson, born at 19 Balfour Street, Port Glasgow, on 29th April 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1894)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Watson, painter, born at 36 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 12th Mar 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1891)

WATSON John Watson to Agnes, youngest daughter of John Marrs, at Mechanics Hall, Greenock on 24th December 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1897)

WATSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Watson, born at 20 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 30th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1899)

WATSON Mary, only daughter of the late Thomas Christie Watson, printer, to John Smith McGeorge at 42 Margaret Street, Greenock on 2nd November 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1892) see Thomas C

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Watson born at 18 Holms Land, Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow on 9th January 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1 1884)

WATSON Miss Jane Watson died at Greenock on 18th January 1829 age 76. (Greenock Advertiser 27.1.1829)

WATSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watson, grocer, born at 67 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th May 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1900) Sheila Campbell died 6th February 1901. (Greenock telegraph 7.2.1901)

WATSON James Watson, Paisley, to Mary, second daughter of John Finlay, formerly of Greenock, at First Presbyterian Church, Broughshane, County Antrim on 11th December 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1899)

WATSON James, third son of James Watson formerly of Hillend School, Greenock to Sarah Murray, elder daughter of James Millar, carver & gilder, at Academy Rooms, Partick on 27th August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1909)

WATSON James Watson, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Govan on 1st November 1910 age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1910)

WATSON James Watson, flesher, formerly of Renfrew and Old Kilpatrick, died at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 10th December 1910 age 92 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1910)

WATSON James Daskin, only son of Hugh McD Watson, gasfitter, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock in November 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1890) see Catherine D, Hugh McP, Mrs Hugh McP, William

WATSON James Ferguson Watson, formerly of Greenock, now 34 Duncan Street, Glasgow died at Stornoway on 22nd January 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1901)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James F. Watson, traveller, born at 2 Ford Place, Finnart Street, Greenock on 28th July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1888)

WATSON John Watson, maltser, found dead in the malt kiln of the Distillery in Charles Street, Greenock 0n 16th April 1826 (Greenock Advertiser 18.4.1826)

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James L. Watson, born at 85 Dempster St, Greenock on 15th March 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1896)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs John Watson, yachtsman, born at 20 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 24th July 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1905)

WATSON Jean Hogg, wife of Robert Watson, shipwright, died at 11 East Crawford St, Greenock on 14th March 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1887)

WATSON Jeanie Shankland, 3rd Daughter of late George Watson, Greenock, died at Douglas on 2nd June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1911)

WATSON Jeanie Wardrop Smith, wife of George Watson, formerly of Greenock, died at 184 Hospital Street, Glasgow on 16th January 1888 age 40. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1888)

WATSON Jessie Alexander, eldest daughter of late James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock, to Alexander MacDowal Fleming, at 86 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 1st June 1854 by Rev J.J. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 2.6.1854) see Kinsley B: Marianne: Jane: Mary B.

WATSON Jessie Brown, 2nd daughter of Thomas Watson, died at 17 Newton Street, Greenock on 30th November 1885 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1885)

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WATSON Jessie Downie, widow of George Watson, gardener, died at 56 Eldon Street, Greenock on 2nd March 1910 aged 83. (Greenock Telegraph, 3.3.1910.) See George.

WATSON Jessie McKelvie, eldest daughter of the late Hugh Watson, Manor Crescent, Gourock, to John Taylor, marine engineer, at the Carlton, Greenock on the 6th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1913.)

WATSON Jessie Young McLeod, wife of John C. Watson, died at Doyle’s Land, Port Glasgow, on the 21st January 1910 (Port Glasgow Express 26.1.1910 & Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1910.)

WATSON James J. Watson, pansman, Greenock to Sarah, eldest daughter of George McAulay, Larne, at Milton House, Paisley on 7th June 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1895)

WATSON Margaret Thomson Hardie, wife of Robert Watson, green keeper, died at 5 Dempster Street, Greenock on 4th September 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 05.09.1910)

WATSON Son to Mr & Mrs John Watson, born a 20 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 14th September 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1902)

WATSON Margaret Grieve, infant daughter of Samuel and Nellie Watson, died at 33 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 26th February 1913 age 4 months (Greenock Telegraph 28.02.1913)

WATSON Margaret Harvey, widow of William Watson, died at Greenock on 24th December 1835 age 77 (Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1835)

WATSON Margaret Kerr, daughter of late James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock to Hugh Reid, Glasgow, at Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 29th August 1861 by Reverend J.J. Bonar (Greenock Advertiser 31.08.1861) see Maria; Thomas; Louisa: Marianne: Jessie A.

WATSON Margaret MacDonald, formerly of Greenock, wife of John Watson, died at Rockway Valley, Amherst, Ottawa, on 8th October 1892 age 62 (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1892)

WATSON Margaret McFarlane, wife of Alex Watson, died at 21 Hopeton Street Gourock on 7th May 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 10.05.1883)

WATSON Margaret McLeod, infant daughter of John and Jessie Watson, died at 19 Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 18th March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 20.03.1897)

WATSON Margaret Crawford, youngest daughter of late Frederick Watson, to John Rhodes Brodie at 33 Union Street, Greenock on 4th June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1897) see Frederick

WATSON Maggie Stalker, wife of Alex Watson, died at 1 the Foundry, Ashgrove Lane, Port Glasgow on 29th June age 42 (Greenock Telegraph 30.06.1899)

WATSON Maggie Aitken, only daughter of late Captain William Watson, Port Glasgow to J.W. Crawford, Leith, at 4 Regent Park Terrace, Glasgow on 9th December 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1889)

WATSON Maria, daughter of late James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock, to Horatius J. Cannan Pernambuco, Brazil, at 86 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 10th June 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 12.06.1862) see Margaret K. Jessie A.

WATSON Marianne, 2nd daughter of late James Watson, merchant, Greenock, died at 86 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 13th March 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 16.3.1858) see Charles; James; Jessie A; Kinsley B; Louisa; Maria, Thomas

WATSON Marie, youngest daughter of Robert Watson, flesher, died at 7 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 29th May 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1879)

WATSON Marion, eldest daughter of Matthew Watson, hairdresser, 17 Brisbane Street? to James Ronald, at Western Hotel, Greenock on 11th December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1900)

WATSON Martha, youngest daughter of late Samuel Watson, to Robert Templeton Campbell Wylie, at Queen’s Dining Rooms, Greenock on 10th November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1905)

WATSON Mary, daughter of Robert Watson, merchant, to James Kerr, merchant on 21st July 1817 at Greenock by Rev Auld. (Greenock Advertiser 22.7.1817) see Mary.

WATSON Mary, widow of Robert Watson, merchant, died at Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 6th November 1836 age 78. (Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1836) see Mary; Robert.

WATSON Mary Watson, died at 9 East Quay Lane, Greenock in March 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1867)

WATSON Margaret Munn, widow of Thomas Watson. sailmaker, died at 40 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 04.09.1895) see Thomas

WATSON Kennedy Watson, spirit merchant, died at Port Glasgow on 7th February 1875. (Greenock Advertiser, 13.2.1875. Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1875) see Kennedy, Mary E.

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WATSON John Watson, Glasgow, to Anniebella, eldest daughter of Alex Campbell sailmaker, at 18 Wellington Street, Greenock on 8th June 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1898)

WATSON John Watson, formerly of Greenock, died at Kilmarnock on 26th December 1899 aged 60 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1899.)

WATSON John Watson, father of Mrs John Campbell, 9 Mill Street, Greenock, died at Smithston on 9th December 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1913.)

WATSON John Gray Watson, to Jeanie Masterton, eldest daughter of C.T. Campbell, commercial traveller, at 1 Ford Place, Finnart Street, Greenock on 9th November 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1910.)

WATSON John Stewart Watson died at 22 Ann Street, Greenock on 27th February 1901, aged 41(Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1901.)

WATSON A son to Mr and Mrs John C. Watson, shipwright, born at 18, Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow on 18th August 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1885) John died on 12th July 1886 of whooping cough (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1886)

WATSON John L. Watson, Paisley, to Lizzie, 2nd daughter of Archibald Hendry, at 61 Esplanade, Greenock on 16th June1887 (Greenock Telegraph, 18.6.1887.)

WATSON Margaret Fleming, wife of Alex L. Watson, died at 58 Eldon Street, Greenock on 27th May 1907 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1907)

WATSON Kate, eldest daughter of James E. Watson, formerly of Greenock, died at St. Louis, USA, in September/October 1881, aged 6. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1881.)

WATSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Watson, boilermaker, born at 6 Hay Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1897) Matthew Erskine died at his grandfather’s, 43 Lynedoch Street in April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1898)

WATSON Kennedy, 2nd son of John & Jessie Watson, grandson of late Kennedy Watson spirit dealer, died at Doyle’s Land, Port Glasgow on 27th July 1899 age 8 (Port Glasgow Express 28.7.1899 & Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1899) see Kennedy.

WATSON Kinsley Bingham, youngest surviving son of late James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock, died at 86 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 21st July 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 25.7.1854) see Jessie A: Marianne.

WATSON Louisa, daughter of late James Watson, Oakbank, Greenock, to Frederick A. Laing, Glasgow, at Clifton Cottage, Helensburgh on 1st June 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 2.6.1864) see Margaret K: Marianne

WATSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs M.M. Watson, born at 29 Dempster Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1874)

WATSON Malcolm Watson, rigger, husband of Catherine, died at 46 Nicolson St, Greenock on 21st December 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1889)

WATSON Margaret Watson died at 53 Rue – End St, Greenock on 3rd September 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1867)

WATSON Maggie, 3rd daughter of Alex Watson, painter, to John Robertson, London, at 20 South St, Greenock on 26th December 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1884)

WATSON Margaret Watson died at her brother in law’s, Peter Anderson, Bath Street, Gourock on 28th November 1895 age 81. (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1895)

WATSON Maggie Watson died at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1908 age 41. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1908)

WATSON John Smillie, youngest son of William Watson, Port Glasgow, died at Springbank, London Road, Glasgow on 12th December 1871(Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1871.)

WATT James Macdonald, younger son of late William Watt, Greenock, to Mary, 2nd daughter of Lewis Macfarlane, at Parish church, Lochgoilhead on 15th June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1912)

WATT John Watt to Susan, only daughter of John McLean, 5 Cross Shore Street, at Imperial Hall, Greenock on 28th October 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1910)

WATT James Millar Watt, boilermaker, formerly of Greenock, died at 18 Clifford Street, Barrow-in-Furness on 10th January 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1903) see Thomas M.

WATT Mary Watt, widow of Captain Robert Watt, to Captain William Armstrong, at Alma Place, Gourock on 16th October 1871 by Reverend J. Yuille. (Greenock Advertiser 21.10.1871)

WATT Mary Carlow, wife of Robert Watt, died at 11 Hill Street, Greenock on 18th December 1905.

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WATT Miss Marion Watt died at Greenock on 28th March 1848. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1848)

WATT Margaret Drain, widow of William Watt, blacksmith, died at Greenock Infirmary on 31st December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1895)

WATT Margaret, younger daughter of late James Watt, to William Lidster, at 11 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 13th March 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1903)

WATT Margaret, 2nd and last surviving daughter of James Watt, Ranfurly, died at Greenock on 2nd January 1888 age 93. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1888)

WATT Margaret Watt found dead in the house of Edward Donnelly, labourer, Mince Collop Close, Greenock on 23rd April 1877 age 30. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1877)

WATT Margaret, 2nd daughter of late Robert Watt, Johnstone, died at Gourock on 26th August age 16. (Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1845)

WATT Mary Clark, wife of James Watt, died at 11 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 7th October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1911)

WATT Lizzie Shaw, eldest daughter of Neil Watt, joiner, 4 Moffat Street, to William Hutton, Huntingdon, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock in December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1898)

WATT Mary Livingston, wife of John Watt, carpenter, died at 24 Tobago Street, Greenock on 27th February 1885 age 48. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1885)

WATT A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Watt, wine merchant, born at 37 Bank Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1884)

WATT A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Watt, wine merchant, born at 38 Main Street, Cartsdyke, Greenock on 10th March 1881. (Greenock Telegraph and Greenock Advertiser 11.3.1881)

WATT John Watt died at Millerstone, 52 South Street, Greenock on 20th February 1900 age 60, wife Elizabeth J.M. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1900)

WATT John Watt, blacksmith, to Elizabeth only surviving daughter of John Gallacher, at 5 Roslin Street, Greenock on 15th November 1867 by Rev J Kennedy (Greenock Telegraph 16.11. 1867)

WATT John Watt, accountant to Royal Bank Greenock, died at Dumfries on 10th June 1837 age 24 (Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1837)

WATT John Watt, former shipmaster, died at Greenock on 4th June 1822 (Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1822)

WATT A daughter to Mr & Mrs J D Watt, born at 8 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 10th November 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1884)

WATT Jeanie Lindsay, wife of William Watt, wine and spirit merchant, died at Gala Lodge, Greenock on 9th March 1887 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1887) see William

WATT Janet Robson, eldest daughter of the late John Watt, to Robert C. Pollock, at Millerstane, 52 South Street, Greenock on the 10th July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1906.)

WATT Janet Robertson, elder daughter of Robert Watt, formerly of Kilmacolm, to Colin Finnie, at Rosebank Cottage, Aberuthven, Perth on 26th June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1902)

WATT Twins (son and daughter) to Mr and Mrs M. Watt, born at Clarence Street, Glebe, Greenock, on 31st March 1855. (Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1855)

WATT Robert Watt, Greenock, former chief engineer, P&O, died at Dollar on 7th December 1891 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1891) see Mary S.C.

WATT Janet Logan Hay, daughter of Robert Watt, insurance agent, died at 1 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 24th Aug 1878 age 12months. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1878)

WATT A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watt, born at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 25th October 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 27.10. 1879)

WATT A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Watt, born at 3 William Street, Port Glasgow on 26th May 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1876)

WATT Thomas Watt, blacksmith, to Margaret 2nd daughter of late Joseph Faine, colporteur, at 3 William Street, Port Glasgow on 25th June 1975 – now 3 Glenhuntly Terrace, Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1900)

WATT Thomas Watt, blacksmith, to Maggie, 2nd daughter of late Joseph Faine, at William Street, Port Glasgow on 25th June 1875 by Reverend A. Baird. (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1875)

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WATT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Watt, joiner, born at 59 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 3rd March 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1869)

WATT Sarah Davidson, wife of Andrew Watt, died at 7 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 30th August 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1896)

WATT Robert Watt, Clifton, East London, son of late Neil Watt, Greenock, to Sarah T Whyte, daughter of Neil Whyte, clerk, 16 Wellington Street, Greenock, at Balfour Road, Cambride, East London, South Africa on 2nd October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1911)

WATT Robert, son of Robert & Mary Watt, 9 Market Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 9th March 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1909)

WATT Mary, daughter of late David Watt, blacksmith, to Matthew A. Guy, at Kilmacolm on 31st December 1872 see Camilla H. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1898

WATT Robert Watt, Kilmacolm, to Isabella Allan 4th daughter of William Wallace, moulder, 34 Ingleston Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 28th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1899)

WATT John Watt to Elizabeth Johnstone daughter of late Andrew Miller, Shotts, at 38 Main Street, Greenock on 24th April 1877 by Rev J.B. Smith (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1877) see Elizabeth J M

WATT Robert Watt, insurance agent, husband of Mary, 1 Bearhope Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 11th June 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1879)

WATT Quintin Watt, merchant of Greenock, died on 21st August 1813. (Greenock Advertiser 30.8.1813)

WATT Son to Dr & Mrs Peter C. Watt born at 63 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 11th March 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1908 & Port Glasgow Express 11.3.1908)

WATT Son to Dr & Mrs Watt born at 63 Princes Street, Port Glasgow, on 20th April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1906)

WATT Peter Carruthers Watt, surgeon, Port Glasgow, to Constance Agnes, eldest daughter of late Edward Sattmarsh, Belsize, Hampstead, at Holy Trinity, Lyonsdown, Herts on 25th February 1905. 63 Princes Street, Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1905 & Port Glasgow Express 3.3.1905)

WATT Peter Watt, Port Glasgow, former clerk in a lawyer’s office, drowned in Port Glasgow wet dock on 6th December 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1856)

WATT Neil Watt, joiner, husband of Elizabeth, died at 7 Moffat Street, Greenock on 20th February 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1907)

WATT Mary Service McCubbin, wife of William Watt, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Middlesbrough on 20th November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1904 & Port Glasgow Express 25.11.1904)

WATT Mary S. Clink, widow of Robert Watt, formerly of Dollar, died at Elbingtower, Greenock on 19th May 1893 age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1893) see Robert.

WATT Mary McDonald, wife of William Watt, settmaker, died at 22 Hopeton Street, Gourock on 6th April 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1912)

WATT Robert Watt, blacksmith, formerly of Kilmacolm, died at Aberuthven Perthshire on 22nd November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1913)

WATT Ann Elizabeth Jack, widow of Captain John Watt, died at Greenock on 26th August 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 27.08.1841)

WATT David, eldest son of Maggie & Thomas Watt, blacksmith, died at Ivybank, Port Glasgow, on 7th July 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 07.07.1911 & Port Glasgow Express 07.07.1911)

WATT Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Watt, born at Craigie Place, Port Glasgow on 14th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 14.05.1901)

WATT David Watt, Port Glasgow, to Jessie, eldest daughter of T. Kinloch, Newport, at Tabernacle Church, Monmouthshire on 4th June 1900. (Port Glasgow Express 8.6.1900 & Greenock Telegraph 05.06.1900)

WATT David Watt, died at Smithston in January 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 20.01.1898)

WATT David Watt junior, baker Dysart, to Margaret, eldest daughter of John Devine, Greenock, at Royal Hotel, Ladybank on 20th March 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 22.03.1884)

WATT A son to Mr & Mrs James H. Watt, engineer, born at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 14th October 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1895)

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WATT David Watt, blacksmith, died at Kilmacolm on 10th January 1871. (Greenock Advertiser 14.01.1871 & Greenock Telegraph 13.01.1871) see Camilla H.

WATT A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Watt, assistant stationmaster, Cathcart Street, born at 38 Main Street, Greenock on 23rd April 1878. (Greenock Telegraph and Greenock Advertiser 23.4.1878)

WATT Charles Watt, sawyer, died at Adamstone Buildings, Glen, Port Glasgow on 19th February 1877 (wife Janet). (Greenock Telegraph 19.02.1877)

WATT Charles Watt died at Laurel Bank, Gourock on 27th August 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 01.09.1854) see Euphemia.

WATT Elizabeth, eldest daughter of late James Watt, died at Finnart, Greenock on 24th April 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 25.04.1868) see Agnes

WATT Annie Smith, wife of James Watt, died at 1 Church Street, Gourock, on 30th March 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 31.03.1913)

WATT David Watt, former farmer, Duntz, Cambusnethan, died at 38 Main Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1879 age 77. (Greenock Advertiser 23.05.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 23.05.1879)

WATT Ann, widow of James Watt, died at Heathfield on 22nd August 1832 age 89. (Greenock Advertiser 31.08.1832) see James.

WATT Son to Mr & Mrs Alexander Watt, engineer, born at 16 Antigua Street, Greenock on 12th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1904)

WATT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alexander Watt, patternmaker, born at 6 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 24th September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1886)

WATT Alexander Watt, former chief engineer P&O . Steam N. Co, died at 32 Kelly Street, Greenock on 18th Aug 1883 age 68. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1883)

WATT Alexander Watt, Greenock Customs, died at his mother’s, west Milton Street, Glasgow on 8th January 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 10.1.1861)

WATT Captain Alexander Watt, formerly of Greenock, and for last 8 years an inmate at Simpson’s Asylum, died at Plean, Stirlingshire on 20th July 1845 age 78. (Greenock Advertiser 29.7.1845)

WATT Alexander watt, ship master, to Rachel McEwan, eldest daughter of late William McEwan of Edinburgh on 22nd July 1811 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 29.7.1811)

WATT Agnes, daughter of late James Watt, died at 43 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 14th October 1879. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1879) see Isabella: Elizabeth.

WATT Hars of Quinton No 289 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Captain Thomas No 446 Inverkip Street Cemetery.

WATT Margaret Clary, widow of Alexander Watt, former chief engineer, P&O., died at 79 Dempster street, Greenock on 26th February 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1889)

WATT Camillia Hart, widow of David Watt, blacksmith, Kilmacolm, died at 1 Water Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd March 1889 age 79 (Greenock Telegraph 25.03.1889) see David : Mary.

WATT James Watt, master mariner, died at Greenock on 16th November 1898, former inmate at Wood Mariner’s Asylum aged 75 (Greenock Telegraph, 17.11.1898.)

WATT A son to Mr & Mrs James H. Watt, engineer, born at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1894)

WATT James H. Watt, engineer, to Henrietta Mary, 3rd daughter of late John Caldwell, Portrush, at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 23rd December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1891)

WATT Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Watt, born at 1 Church Street, Greenock on 19th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1911)

WATT Son to Mr & Mrs James Watt, born at 31 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd Mar 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1902)

WATT Elizabeth Jane Tosh, wife of John Watt, gateman, died at 13 Scott’s Lane, Port Glasgow on 10th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 10.02.1899)

WATT James, son of the late James Watt, blacksmith, killed on the Glasgow and South-West Line near Kilmacolm on 6th November 1897, aged 21. (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1897)

WATT A son to Mr and Mrs James Watt, baker, born at 16,Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 7th November 1895.(Greenock Telegraph,8.11.1895.)

WATT James Watt to Lizzie, eldest daughter of the late Duncan Sinclair, at 10, Murdieston Street, Greenock on the 3rd January 1894 (Greenock Telegraph, 4.1.1894.

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WATT James Watt, blacksmith, died at Meadow Bank, Kilmacolm, on 1st July 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1886.)

WATT James Watt, formerly of Greenock, died at Park, Wigtownshire on 25th August 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 30.8.1866.)

WATT Essy Wilson, wife of Christopher Watt, tailor, died at 1 Hope Street, Greenock on 23rd July 1911 aged 34.(Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1911.)

WATT James Watt, provision merchant, to Mary, younger daughter of late John Johnstone, ironmoulder, Ingleston Street, Greenock, at Glasgow on 24th November 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1902)

WATT James, surviving son of James Watt, died at Aston Hall, Warwickshire on 2nd June 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1848.) see Ann

WATT Elizabeth Johnstone Miller, widow of John Watt, died at Millerstone, 52 South Street, Greenock on 25th August 1906, aged 65 (Greenock Telegraph, 27.8.1906.) see Janet R; John

WATT Ellen Sharp, wife of John Watt, carpenter, died at 18, Church Street, Port Glasgow, on 4th January 1900. (Port Glasgow Express. 5.1.1900 & Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1900.)

WATT Elizabeth Ramsay, wife of James Watt, died at Cartsdyke on 18th May 1814 (Greenock Advertiser, 25.5.1814.) see Isabella

WATT Euphemia, eldest daughter of Charles Watt, died at Laurel Bank, Gourock on 28th March1851 (Greenock Advertiser, 1.4.1851) see Charles

WATT George Watt, solicitor, Dundee, to Barbara Faulds, eldest daughter of Charles Fraser, dentist, at 29 Union Street, Greenock on 24th August 1880, by the Reverend Shand. (Greenock Advertiser, 25.8.1880 & Greenock Telegraph, 25.8.1880.)

WATT Helen Thom Stewart, infant daughter of John and Wilhelmina Watt, detective officer, died at 23 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th August, 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1901.)

WATT Isabella, daughter of James Watt, to Reverend J.J. Bonar, Greenock on 17th July 1838 by the Reverend Cunningham at Finnart, Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 19.7.1838.) see Elizabeth R, Agnes.

WATT James Watt died at Heathfield on 25th August 1819, born in Greenock on the 19th January 1736 (Greenock Advertiser 7.9.1819) see Ann, James

WATT James Watt of Ramphorlie, died at Greenock on 12th August 1839 aged 74 (Greenock Advertiser, 13.8.1839.)

WATTERS Quintin Leitch, infant son of Captain Stewart Watters, died at 7 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 30th March 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1875)

WATTERS Margaret Leitch, widow of Captain Stewart Watters, died at 29 Regent Street, Greenock on 7th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1903) see Angus.

WATTERS A daughter to Captain and Mrs Stewart Watters, born at 49 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 17 September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1893)

WATTERS Robert McKendrick, youngest son of William and Rebecca Watters, ironmoulder, died at 3 Orchard Street, Greenock on 3rd April 1903. (Greenock telegraph 3.4.1903) see John.

WATTERS Roderick Meechan, son of William and Rebecca Watters, ironmoulder, died at 10 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 24th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1908) see John.

WATTERS Captain Stewart Watters, died at 7 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 25th August 1886 age 55, wife Margaret. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1886) see Angus; Elizabeth H.

WATTERS Stewart Watters to Mary Murray, only daughter of William Richardson, at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 14th August 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1891)

WATTERS Rachel, 2nd daughter of late James Watters, vanman, died at 5 Rue-End Street, Greenock on 5th October 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1880)

WATTERS A daughter to Captain and Mrs S. Watters, born at 5 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 13th March 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1897)

WATTERS A son to Mr and Mrs William Watters, born at 97 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 14th January 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1872)

WATTERS William, eldest son of John S. Watters, furniture dealer, died at 20 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 11th November 1893 age 7 years 6 months. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1892)

WATTERS William Watters to Mary, 3rd daughter of William McLean, at Masonic Temple, Greenock, on 9th June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1899)

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WATTERS Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Watters, dealer, born at 19 Nelson Street West, Greenock, on 28th July 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1900)

WATTERS Son to Mr & Mrs William Watters, engineer, born at 3 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 24th April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1902)

WATTERS Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Watters, born at 7 Watt Street, Greenock on 3rd April 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1909)

WATTERS William Watters snr, storeman with John Hastie and Co, Kilblain Engine Works, died at 5 Watt Street, Greenock on 20th June 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1898)

WATTERS Margaret Leitch, daughter of late Captain Stewart Watters, to James Inglis, jnr, Langside, Gourock, at Tontine, Greenock on 2nd April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1902) see Angus.

WATTERS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Watters, engineer, born at 21 Belville Street, Greenock on 17th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1900)

WATTERS Angus Watters, seaman, son of Captain Stewart Watters, 99 Belville Street, Greenock, drowned in the loss of the barque” Jane”- left Pernambuco for St. John’s, Newfoundland on 28th September 1883, aged 20 (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1883) See Quinton L, Captain Stewart, Margaret L.

WATTERS John S. Watters, engineer, to Emily Florence, daughter of late Robert Masson, 104 Dempster Street, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 30th January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1900)

WATTERS Alexander Watters to Annie Heron, eldest daughter of John Lang, at Cresswell Farm, Greenock on 30th June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1904)

WATTERS A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Watters, butcher, born at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 16th March 1905(Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1905.)

WATTERS A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Watters, butcher, born at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 28th April, 1906(Greenock Telegraph,28.4.1906.)

WATTERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Watters, butcher, born at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 6th September 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1907)

WATTERS William Watters to Elizabeth Muir Brown, daughter of John Hempseed, joiner, 30 Lynedoch Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 4th October 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1899)

WATTERS Ann Dempster, wife of Samuel Watters, died at 14 John Street, Greenock on 4th March 1889 (Greenock Telegraph, 6.3.1889)

WATTERS David Henry Morrell, youngest son of William and Rebecca Watters, ironmoulder, died at 5 Orchard Street, Greenock on 19th May 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1900.)

WATTERS John, son of Rebecca and William Watters, ironmoulder, died at 4 John Street, Greenock on 1st August 1893 age 20 months. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1893) see Maggie: Robert McK: Roderick McK.

WATTERS Maggie, daughter of William and Rebecca Watters, died at 13 Springkell Street, Greenock on 13 May 1890 age 2 years 6 months. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1890) see John.

WATTERS A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Watters, butcher, born at 6 Academy Place, Finnart Street, Greenock on 21st May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1913)

WATTERS John G. Watters to Catherine, daughter of Lachlan MacKinnon, shipwright, at Imperial Halls, Greenock on 17th August 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1898)

WATTERS Mrs Elizabeth Watters, mother of William, died at 17 Lyle Street, Greenock on 28th November 1874 aged 86 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1874.)

WATTERS James Daskin Watters, moulder, formerly of Greenock, died at Ansoma, Connecticut, on 30th August 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1892)

WATTERS James D. Watters, iron moulder, formerly of Greenock, to Annie Hall, 2nd daughter of Duncan McLeary, Glasgow, at New York on 31st December 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1888)

WATTERS . James Watters, vanman, died after an accident in Rue End Street on the 24th December, at his father-in law’s Greenock on the 25th December 1879 wife Catherine (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1879.Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1879.) see Rachel

WATTERS Elizabeth Hill, daughter of the late Captain Stewart Watters, to Robert G. Wood, Belfast, at Tontine, Greenock on 27th December1899 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1899) see Captain Stewart

WATTERS Elizabeth Watters, died at her son-in-law’s, 7 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 19th July 1899, aged 86 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1899).

WATTON Hannah, 2nd daughter of late William Watton to William Smith, merchant, at 2 Hamilton Street,

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Greenock on 13th June 1866 by Rev McFarlane. (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1866 & Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1866)

WAUDBY Jane Shade, wife of William Waudby, fireman, died at 3 Vennel, Greenock on 27th April 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1878)

WAUDBY William Waudby, fireman, died at 28 Upper Crescent Street, Greenock on 18th April (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1882) see James

WAUGH James Waugh, boatman, 5 Nicolson Street, Greenock, died at Smithston on 17th January 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1907) see John, William

WAUGH Elizabeth Marley, wife of William Waugh, born (died?) at 13 Crawford Street, Greenock on 14th August 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1913)

WAUGH Richard Waugh, to Annie 2nd daughter of late James Boyle, Inverness, at St. Francis R.C. Glasgow on 28th February 1882, now 28 Trafalgar Street, Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1907)

WAUGH John Waugh, boatman, Princes Pier, died at 5 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 13th January 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1906)

WAUGH William Waugh, plumber, brother of James, died at 7 Nicolson Street Greenock on 10th Aug 1903 age 55. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1903) see James

WAUGH Hugh Waugh, died at 7 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 6th August 1891 age 86. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1891) see Ellen.

WAUGH Ellen, widow of Hugh Waugh, mother of James, died at 7 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 17th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1899) see Hugh.

WAUGH John Waugh, age 22 years son of William died at 9 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 24th April 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1914)

WAUGH James Waugh, caulker, died at 22 Shaw Street, Greenock in March 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1896) see Hannah D.

WAUGH Hannah Doran, wife of James Waugh, caulker, died at 10 Sprinkell Street, Greenock on 17th July 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1889)

WAUN John Orphat Waun, died at 16 South Street, Greenock on 13th February 1895 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1895)

WAY Annie O’Niell, wife of Samuel Way, died at 9 Main Street, Greenock on 13th November 1911 age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1911) see Samuel

WAY Michael Way, shipwright, to Maggie, eldest daughter of Duncan Lamont, shipwright, at St. Mary’s Greenock on 31st December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1902)

WAY Samuel Way, shipwright, died at Greenock Infirmary on 3rd January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1913) see Annie O’N.

WAYMAN Jane McLachlan, wife of John Wayman, died at 1 Park Place Gourock on 14th July 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1880)

WAYMAN Robert Wayman, formerly of Callao, died on 21st April 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1886)

WAYMAN A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wayman, born at 49 Royal Street, Gourock on 25th October 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1884)

WAYMAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wayman, Liverpool, born at Flaver Bank, Ashton, Gourock on 23rd March 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 26.3.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1879)

WAYMAN A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wayman, Liverpool, born at Flaver Bank, Ashton, Gourock on 15th April 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1877)

WAYMAN Robert Wayman, formerly of Greenock, died at Winterton, Barbados, on 14th June 1875 age 58. (Greenock Advertiser 19.6.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1875)

WAYMAN Jane Thomson, wife Robert Wayman, Barbados, died at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 19th Aug 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 22.8.1863) see Robert

WAYMAN Robert Wayman, painter, Barbados, to Janet 4th daughter of late James Thomson, at Greenock on 1st July 1845 by Rev S. Sinclair. (Greenock Advertiser 4.7.1845) see Janet

WAYTE Agnes Forbes Wayte, granddaughter of William & Agnes McDougall, died at 29 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 6th November 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1888)

WAYY James Henry Wayy, boatbuilder, to Annie Veronica, 2nd daughter of Edward McGill, at St. Lawrence’s Greenock on 2nd January 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1906)

WEAR Annie Turner 17.8.1867 Lair 20 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Henrietta 1.8.73 Lair 90 Inverkip

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WEATHERALL Daughter to Mr &Mrs Thomas Weatherall, born at 12 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 7th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1903)

WEATHERALL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Weatherall, born at 12 Inchgreen Street, Greenock, on 2nd February 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1906)

WEATHERALL A daughter to Mr & Mrs W.G. Weatherall, born at St Mary’s School-house, Port Glasgow on 19th December 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 20.12.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1877.)

WEATHERALL John, infant son of Thomas & Mary Weatherall, died at 1 Hill St, Greenock on 2nd April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1901.)

WEBB Elizabeth Colagan, wife of William Webb, died at 6 Kilblain St Greenock on 22nd September 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1906)

WEBB Jane Laidlaw, daughter of James Webb, to William Crawford, at Ashgrove House, Port Glasgow, on 29th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1910)

WEBB John Webb, 74 Ann St, Greenock, killed in an accident at Scott’s & Son’s Refinery, Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 10th September 1881, age 21 eldest son of William Webb, 9 Hope Street, Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1881.)

WEBB William Webb, nephew of Dennis McCartney, died at 3 Mill St Greenock in January 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1895)

WEBB William Webb, former watchman for Laird & Co., died at 9 Ardgowan Street, Glebe, Greenock, on 24th January 1912, father of Elizabeth Gilogley. (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1912)

WEBBER Alice Mabel, 3rd daughter of Rev G.W. Webber, died at St Mary’s Rectory, Port Glasgow on 26th January 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1891)

WEBBER A daughter to Rev & Mrs George H. Webber born at the Parsonage, Port Glasgow on 24th May 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1888)

WEBBER George Webber to Catherine, only daughter of late Edward Allan, step-daughter of John Gale, at West Church, Greenock on 16th January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.18960

WEBBER A daughter to Rev & Mrs George H Webber, born at St Mary’s, Port Glasgow on 16th February 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 17.2.1883) (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1883)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Webster, engine-driver, born at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on 26th September 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 28.09.1903). Margaret died 11th October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1903)

WEBSTER James Webster to Ellen Fowler, youngest daughter of late David Main, shipwright, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 20th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1902)

WEBSTER John Webster, Edinburgh, to Margaret Gibbons, widow of Lieutenant A.L. Wilson, at Greenock on 12th August 1851 by Rev Brown. (Greenock Advertiser 15.08.1851)

WEBSTER Jeanie, daughter of Charles Webster, engineer, to Alexander Agnew, at 35 Lyle Street, Greenock on 21st February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 24.02.1913)

WEBSTER John Webster, foreman flaxdresser, died at Glen Mill, Port Glasgow on 20th February 1902 age 54 – p2. Photograph p3, 07.02.1902. 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 21.02.1902 & Port Glasgow Express 21.02.1902)

WEBSTER Jane, youngest daughter of Mrs Webster, died at Gourock on 3rd December 1868. (Greenock Telegraph 05.12.1868)

WEBSTER Jane, eldest daughter of Robert Webster, Greenock, to Thomas Anderson, formerly of Perth, at Geelong, Victoria on 8th April 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 02.07.1858)

WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs James Webster, engine-driver, born at 26 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 14th March 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 14.03.1907)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr. & Mrs. James K. Webster, engine-driver, born at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on 20th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 22.04.1901)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs James K Webster, born at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on 5th Sept. 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1899)

WEBSTER James K. Webster to Mary McFarlane, eldest daughter of James McIntosh, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 17th June 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1898)

WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs James Webster, born at 13 Glenburn Street, Port Glasgow on 2nd February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1912)

WEBSTER John Alexander, youngest son of Alex Webster, died on 9th May 1878 age 4 months (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1878) see Alex

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WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs James Webster, born at 63 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th November 1903.(Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1903)

WEBSTER Robert Neil Webster, plumber, eldest son of Alexander Webster, 9 Argyle Street, Greenock, died at 11 Trinity Terrace, Frederick Road, London on 26th January 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1886)

WEBSTER Janet Watt, widow of Alex Webster, formerly of Shore Street, died at Ann Place, Gourock, on 21st November 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1882)

WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs James Webster, born at 63 Brown Street, Port Glasgow, on 12th March 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1904)

WEBSTER James Webster to Catherine, youngest daughter of late Gilbert McDougal, Jura, & Mrs McDougal, 85 Roxburgh Street, at 311 Furby Street, Winnipeg on 26th June 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1908)

WEBSTER Thomas Webster to Agnes Darling, eldest daughter of James Stewart, storekeeper, 21 Lyle Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 19th September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1913)

WEBSTER Alexander Webster, cooper, to Lily, youngest daughter of Alex McIntyre, at Cruden Hall, Greenock on 28th December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1894)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Webster born at 5 Chalmers Street, Bogston on 6th October 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1901)

WEBSTER William Webster to Jessie, daughter of William Henry, at 14 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 13th September 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1900)

WEBSTER A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Webster, born at Firth View, Ashton, Gourock, on 30th April 1880 (Greenock Advertiser 1.5.1880 & Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1880)

WEBSTER A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Webster, born at Firth View, Ashton, Gourock on 30th April 1880. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1880)

WEBSTER William Webster, Glasgow, to Eliza I.W. Sanders, daughter of late Alexander Mann, at 3 Campsie Terrace, on 16th May1879 by Reverend J.H. McCulloch, Gourock. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1879)

WEBSTER Elizabeth Ross, widow of William Webster, died at 8 South Street, Greenock on 11th August 1890 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1890)

WEBSTER William and Jane Watt, children of Andrew Webster, baker, died at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 9th December 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1871)

WEBSTER Lizzie, youngest daughter of late Alex Webster, to Thomas Campbell, joiner, at 20 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 10th Aug. 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1906)

WEBSTER Thomas Webster, insurance agent, died at Mayfield, Grant Street, Greenock on 23rd September 1911 – wife Agnes, p2. 28.9.1911. Agnes McD McK (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1911)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Webster, born at 43 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 4th March 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1905)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Webster, born at Kingston Cottage, Port Glasgow, on 8th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1901)

WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs William Webster, born at 43 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 31st May 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1906) John died 17th September 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1907)

WEBSTER Mary, daughter of Charles Webster, engineer, 35 Lyle Street, Greenock, to Neil Campbell, Gourock, at Medicine Hat, Canada on 2nd November 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1912)

WEBSTER Margaret Dunlop, wife of Robert Webster, merchant, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 19th July 1836 age 34. (Greenock Advertiser 21.7.1836)

WEBSTER Lizzie McLeod, daughter of Alex Webster, merchant, Port Glasgow to John, son of John Ross, formerly of Portslogan, Leswalt, Wigtown, at Clumber, Assimboia, Canada on 19th Sept. 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1894)

WEBSTER William Webster died at Ashbourne Place, 97 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 5th June 1874 (wife Elizabeth). (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1874)

WEBSTER A son to Mr & Mrs Albert Webster, superintendent engineer, born at 3 Campsie Terrace, Greenock on 13th May 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1880 Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1880)

WEBSTER Alexander McLean, infant son of James & Elizabeth Webster died at 13 Glenburn Street, Port

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WEBSTER Alexander Webster, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Winnipeg on 2nd July 1907 age 65. (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1907)

WEBSTER Alexander Webster, builder, died at Guy’s Land, Kilmacolm on 7th Aug. 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1900)

WEBSTER James Webster to Lizzie, eldest daughter of Alex McLean, at Kingston Cottage, Port Glasgow on 5th January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1900)

WEBSTER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Webster, cooper, born at 35 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 13th October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1898)

WEBSTER A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Webster, cooper, born at 15 Hope Street, Greenock on 19th May 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 19 5.1897)

WEBSTER Andrew Webster, quarryman, Kempock, Gourock, died on the shore near Scotia Place, Gourock on 11th Aug 1870 age 96. (Greenock Advertiser 13.8.1870)

WEBSTER Alexander, son of Alex and Elizabeth Webster, died at 16 Bay Street, Port Glasgow in Aug 1876 age 2. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1876) see John A.

WEBSTER Alexander Webster, baker, died at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 7th September 1895 age 60. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1895) see Agnes

WEBSTER A son to Mr &Mrs Albert Webster, inspecting engineer, born at Campsie Terrace, Greenock on 25th January 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 26.1.1878 Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1878)

WEBSTER Albert Webster, draughtsman, to Elizabeth 3rd daughter of late John Downie at St. Andrew’s Square, Greenock on 26th April 1876 by Rev W.R. Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser 29.4.1876 Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1876)

WEBSTER Agnes McDougall McKinnon, widow of late Thomas Webster, insurance agent, 2nd daughter of late John McKinnon, boilermaker, died at Mayfield, Grant Street, Greenock on 13th Aug 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1912)

WEBSTER Agnes Lennox, widow of Alex Webster, baker, died at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 21st September 1910 age 75. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1910) see Agnes

WEBSTER Aggie, 3rd daughter of late Alex Webster, to William Cullen, marine engineer, at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1896) see Alex: Agnes L: Helen H:

WEBSTER Agnes, youngest daughter of late George Webster, Cartside Cottage, Johnston, died at Railway Cottage, Bogle Street, Greenock, on 8th Mar 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 11.3.1851)

WEBSTER A son to Mr. and Mrs. W. Webster born at 31 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 9th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1914)

WEBSTER Alexander, youngest son of Alex Webster baker, 9 Argyle Street, Greenock, drowned from the barque “Stella” on 5th February 1885, age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1885) see Agnes L.

WEBSTER Helen Hunter, eldest daughter of Alexander Webster, baker, to Andrew Molseed, at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock in June 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1886) see Agnes

WEBSTER James Webster to Elizabeth Mary, daughter of late Dixon Provand, Greenock, at Oxford Street, Glasgow on 12th December 1844. (Greenock Advertiser 17.12.1844)

WEBSTER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Webster, born at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on 10th October 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1895)

WEBSTER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Henry A. Webster, born at Hazelbank, Gourock on 7th February 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 7.2.1883 Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1883)

WEBSTER Andrew Scott Webster to Jessie, daughter of Captain D. McCaskill, at 4 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 28th June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1907)

WEBSTER Helen Hunter, eldest daughter of Alex Webster, baker, to Andrew Molseed, at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock in June 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1886) see Agnes

WEBSTER Henry Webster to Elizabeth Patterson at 52 Ann Street, Greenock on 24th Mar 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1899)

WEBSTER George Lockhart Webster, blacksmith, died at 27 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 29th May 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1910)

WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs George Webster, writer, born at 9 Binnie Street, Gourock, on 3rd January 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1907)

WEBSTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Webster, solicitor, born at Levanne Terrace, Binnie Street, Gourock on 10th August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1903)

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WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs George Webster, fireman, born at 8 Hope Street, Greenock on 22nd June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1903)

WEBSTER Daniel, youngest son of George & Agnes Webster, died at Greenock Infirmary on 4th June 1908 age 2 1/2. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1908)

WEBSTER Charles H. Webster to Mary Hunter, eldest daughter of late John Wilkie, Greenock & Mrs Docherty, 37 Kempock Street, Gourock, at St Joseph’s, Hamilton, Ontario, on 18th April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1910)

WEBSTER Catherine, daughter of Charles Webster, engineer, 35 Lyle Street, to William Wallace, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 3rd January 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1911)

WEBSTER Betty, daughter of James & Elizabeth Webster, died at 1 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow, on 14th September 1907 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1907)

WEBSTER Barbara, youngest daughter of John Webster, to Alexander Aitken, at 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 12th October 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1900)

WEBSTER Son to Mr & Mrs George Webster, solicitor, born at Levanne Terrace, Binnie Street, Gourock on 27th September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1904)

WEBSTER A son to Mr & Mrs Henry A. Webster born at Plevna, Gourock on 15th May 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1885)

WEDD Mrs Wedd died at 10 Wellington Street, Greenock on 30th May 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1869)

WEDDEL John Weddel of the Greenock Customs, to Ann Miller, widow of Captain Archibald Walsh, at Greenock on 21st July 1834. (Greenock Advertiser 28.7.1834)

WEDDELL Lilias Bell, daughter of late James Weddell, Customs, to William Laird, clothier, at 30 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, on 9th January 1855 by Rev J. Nelson. (Greenock Advertiser 16.1.1855)

WEDDELL John Weddell, formerly of Greenock Customs, died at 21 Boyd Place, Greenock, on 3rd October 1848. see Annie M. (Greenock Advertiser 6.10.1848)

WEDDELL Janet, 2nd daughter of Wm Weddell, slater to William Sinclair Wild, patternmaker, at 20 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 30th June 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1882) see Elizabeth

WEDDELL Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Wm Weddell, slater, to Robert A. Carstairs, joiner, at 6 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th September 1877 by Rev A. Symington. (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1877) see Janet

WEDDELL Miss Elizabeth Weddell to Captain Daniel Wright of Liverpool, at Greenock on 11th January 1831 by Rev Wm Cunningham. (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1831)

WEDDELL Annie Millar, widow of John Weddel, Greenock Customs, died at Chester Street, Liverpool in February 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 21.2.1871 & Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1871) see John.

WEDDELL Mary, eldest daughter of late Robert Weddell, to Thomas McFarlane, tanner, at Greenock on 10th Mar 1846 by Reverend Hutcheson. (Greenock Advertiser 13.3.1846) see Marion L; Margaret; Mrs Robert.

WEDDELL Miss Annabella Weddell died at Greenock on 24th September 1828 age 24. (Greenock Advertiser 3.10.1828)

WEDDELL Matilda, 2nd surviving daughter of late Robert Weddell, confectioner, Greenock, died at Laurel Bank, Gourock on 29th July 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 30.7.1858) see Marion L.

WEDDELL Mrs Robert Weddell died at Greenock on 30th Aug 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 7.9.1880) see Marion L.; Margaret; Mary.

WEDDELL Marion Lusk, 4th daughter of late Robert Weddell, confectioner, died at Dellingburn Street, Greenock, on 24th March 1840 age 17. Margaret, (Greenock Advertiser 27.3.1840) see Mary, Margaret, Mrs Robert, Matilda.

WEDDELL Margaret, youngest daughter of late Robert Weddell, confectioner, to John C. Douglas, clothier, at Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 27th June 1848. (Greenock Advertiser 30.6.1848) see Marion L; Mary; Mrs Robert.

WEDDERSPOON Annie May Macdonald, daughter of W. Gibson Wedderspoon, HMTS Burma, died at 49 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 17th February 1900 age 2. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1900)

WEDDERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs W. Gibson Wedderspoon, Burma, born at 5 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 13th Aug 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1893)

WEEKES James Weekes, formerly of Duff Street, Greenock, husband of Agnes, died at Marine Hospital, San Francisco on 28th July 1891 of consumption age 29. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1891)

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WEEKES Margaret Mackay, infant daughter of Alfred & Jane Weekes, died at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 10th Mar 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1910) see Jane W.

WEEKES Jessie, daughter of Alfred Weekes, died at 31 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 10th September 1889 age 3. (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1889) see Ellen B.

WEEKES Jane White, infant daughter of Alfred & Jane Weekes, died at 3 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1913 age 2 ½ (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1913)

WEEKES Jane White, wife of Alfred Weekes, died at 1 Broomfield Street, Greenock on 30th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1910) see Margaret McK; Jessie.

WEEKES A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Weekes, born at 4 Duff Street, Greenock on 6th December 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1887)

WEEKES Jessie, infant daughter of Alfred & Jane Weekes died at 3 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 17th May 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1905) see Jane W.

WEEKES Jessie 5.6.1870 Lair 318 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Alfred 10.1873 Lair 318 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Alfred 9.5.1888 Lair 318 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Jessie 11.9.1889 Lair 318 Inverkip Street Cemetery.

WEEKES A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Weekes, born at 13 Charles Street, Greenock on 23rd October 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1890)

WEEKS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Francis Weeks, born at 1 Ker Street, Greenock on 13th September 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1874) Sophia Oliver died on 14th January 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1876)

WEEKS Thomas F. Weeks, formerly of the Temperance Hotel, Greenock, died at the Commercial Hotel, London on 8th October 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1881)

WEEKS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas F. Weeks, born at 12 Clarence Street Greenock on 15th April 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1873)

WEEKS A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Weeks, hotel keeper & shipwright, born at 40 Cathcart Street, Greenock on February 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1879)

WEEKS A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Francis Weeks, born at 1 Ker Street, Greenock on 12th March 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1876)

WEEKS A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas F. Weeks, boarding house keeper, born at 40 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 11th July 1877. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1877)

WEEKS Ellen Boyle, wife of Alfred Weeks, died at 31 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 9th February 1890 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1890) see Jessie.

WEEKS Alfred Weeks, engine keeper, died at Caird & Co’s on 21st October 1873. (Greenock Advertiser 23.10.1873)

WEEPLE Mary Daly, wife of James Weeple, clerk, 55 Cove Road, Gourock died at 4 Campbell Street, Johnstone on 28th December 1908. (Gourock Advertiser 1.1.1909)

WEIR Agnes McDougall, widow of Duncan Weir, carpenter, died at Greenock on 22nd July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1897)

WEIR Hugh Weir, accountant, died at 3 Kelly Street, Greenock on 9th May 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 10.5.1881) & (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1881)

WEIR John Weir to Mary Ann Connell, daughter of late Peter McLean, Greenock, at 8 Kelburne Terrace, Garturk Street, Glasgow on 17 September 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1885 )

WEIR John Weir, died at 25 Belville Street, Greenock on 23 December 1885 age 65 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1885)

WEIR Agnes McNaught, widow of John Weir, died at East Quay Lane, Greenock on 27th May 1846. (Greenock Advertiser 2.6.1846)

WEIR Hugh Weir, husband of Annie son of late Malcolm Weir, Glendaniel, died at 11 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow on 7th October 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1913) & (Port Glasgow Express 8.10.1913)

WEIR Hugh, infant son of Archibald Weir, carpenter, died at 30 Ann Street, Greenock on 16th May 1893 age 2 years 2 months. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1893)

WEIR Helen Weir, died at 3,Blackston Buildings, Port Glasgow on the 1st April,1900.(Greenock Telegraph, 3.4.1900.)

WEIR Ester Davie, widow of John Weir, formerly of 14 Regent Street, GK died at 75 Canal Street, Saltcoats on 14th February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1912)

WEIR Euphemia Simpson, wife of John Weir, blacksmith, died at 55 Belville Street, Greenock on 8th

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March 1891 age 37. (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1891) see Jane R.L.

WEIR Gabriel James Weir, a former magistrate in Greenock, died at Plumdon, Dumfries on 15th April 1846. (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1846)

WEIR George Weir, engineer, formerly of Greenock, to Mary Ann, daughter of the late Samuel Watson Woodford, London at the British Consulate, Rio Grande de Sul, Brazil on the 27th July, 1872.(Greenock Telegraph,16.9.1872.)

WEIR George Weir, millwright, died at 22,Lyle Street, Greenock on the 4th December,1880 aged 73.See Jean; Annie. (Greenock Advertiser,6.12.1880.Greenock Telegraph,6.12.1880.)

WEIR Helen Russell, wife of Thomas Weir, engineer, eldest daughter of late John Walker, cooper, Greenock, died at Manchester on 2nd Aug, 1907 age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1907)

WEIR Georgina Currie, only daughter of Archibald Weir, Greenock, died at his brother’s house, Gourock, on the 10th January,1848.(Greenock Advertiser,14.1.1848.)

WEIR Hugh Weir, flesher, to Annie, eldest daughter of Walter Pollock, contractor, at Gibbshill, Port Glasgow on 4th April 1876 by Rev J.K Campbell. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1876)

WEIR Weir, 1 Sinclair Street, drowned in a boating accident opposite the Clyde Pottery on 5th July 1877. (Greenock advertiser 6.7.1877)

WEIR Helen Weir, wife of Charles Weir, died at 57,Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on the 14th October,1893,aged 57.(Greenock Telegraph, 21.10.1893.)

WEIR Henretta, daughter of Jane Weir, died at 2 Brougham Street, Greenock on 25th Mar 1901 age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1901)

WEIR HENRETTA, ONLY DAUGHTER OF LATE William Lewis Weir, to William Lee Adam, at Queen’s Hotel, Gourock on 26th April 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1907) see William L.

WEIR Hilda, infant daughter of Thomas & Helen Weir, died at 15 Lauriston Street, Greenock on 18th December 1894 age 16 months. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1894)

WEIR Hugh Weir, cabinet maker, died at Greenock on 17th March 1846. (Greenock Advertiser 20.3.1846)

WEIR George Weir, Huddersfield, 2nd son of the late George Weir, Greenock, died at his sister’s house,6,Wester Craigs, Denniston, Glasgow on the 6th January,1887.See Annie. (Greenock Telegraph,11.1.1887.)

WEIR John Weir, sawyer, father of John, died at 53 Main Street, Greenock in January 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1877)

WEIR Janet Hall, daughter of late Donald Weir, died at Caddlehill Home, Greenock on 26th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1901)

WEIR Janet Livingstone, twin daughter of Flora & Josiah Weir, sawmiller, died at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 12th April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1902)

WEIR Janet Livingstone, widow of Duncan Weir, carpenter, died at 30 South Street, Greenock on 3rd February 1903 age 77. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1903)

WEIR Janet Russell, widow of John Weir, John Street, Dunoon, died at her daughter’s Mrs Cook, 13 Mearns Street, Greenock in November 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1872)

WEIR Jean, second daughter of George Weir, mill-wright, to Alexander Provan, hosier, Glasgow, at 22 Lyle Street, Greenock on 16th October 1877 by Rev J. Young. (Greenock Advertiser 18.10.1877 & Greenock Telegraph on 17.10.1877) see George

WEIR Jean Millar, eldest daughter of Duncan Weir, carpenter, Greenock, to John Mason, at New York on 19th September 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1873)

WEIR Jeanie Weir, died at 73 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th May 1896 age 20 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1896)

WEIR Jessie, eldest daughter of Duncan Weir, to John Drummond, at 5 Antigua Street, Greenock on 28th June 1878 by Rev M Macaskill (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1878)

WEIR Jessie, second daughter of John Weir, carpenter, formerly of Greenock to Gilbert Fernald, at 689 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn, new York on 31st December 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1881)

WEIR Jessie Turner, widow of John Weir, died at 32 Roxburgh Street, Greenock, 14thJanuary 1907 age 79. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1907)

WEIR Jessie Warden Crawford, eldest daughter of late Duncan Weir, baker, Greenock, to David Monson, merchant, Colisberg, on 3rd January 1866 at Colisberg, Cape of Good Hope (Greenock Advertiser 27.3.1866 & Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1866) see Duncan

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WEIR John Weir ‘father’ of the police officers, died at Greenock on 24th January 1842. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1842)

WEIR Ann Ferguson, wife of Daniel Weir, died at 74 Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd January, 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1914)

WEIR A son to Mr. & Mrs. John Weir, cooper, born at 5 Nicholson Street on 7th June 1866 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1866)

WEIR Agnes Chalmers, 18 Cathcart Street, Greenock, widow of Donald Weir died at Inverkip on 1st July 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 3.7.1869 Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1869)

WEIR John Weir, died at 44 Ann Street Greenock on 22 March 1883 age 64. Wife Janet (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1883)

WEIR A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Weir, blacksmith, born at 55 Belville Street Greenock on 20th September 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1883

WEIR A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. John Weir, blacksmith, born at 65 Belville Street Greenock on 2nd October 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1893) Christiana Rowan died 24th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.96)

WEIR John Weir, seaman, Greenock, lost with barque Beuefachess from Quebec to Greenock on 28th November 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 10.12.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1883)

WEIR John Weir, 21 Shore Street, Port Glasgow, killed on the railway near Highholm on 8th November 1884 age 60 former gatekeeper at Robert Duncan & Co. (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1884)

WEIR John Weir, bag merchant, died at Greenbank Terrace, 53 Kelly St, Greenock on 15th August 1885 age 36 (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1885)

WEIR Elizabeth, only surviving child of late John Weir of the Excise, died at Greenock on 20th February 1837. (Greenock Advertiser 23.2.1837) see Charlotte, Isabella.

WEIR Ensign Weir, Halifax, Nova Scotia, son of Hugh Weir, Port Glasgow to Captain Carrie Stimmers, at Belleville, Ontario in August 1909 – P2 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1909 & Port Glasgow Express 8.9.1909)

WEIR Ellen, daughter of Wm Weir, holder-on, died at 36 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow on 15th November 1909 age 41/2. (Port Glasgow Express 17.11.1909).

WEIR Agnes, daughter of late John Weir, cooper, sister of Daniel, died at 7 Kelly Street, Greenock on 27th October 1889, age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1889)

WEIR Agnes Weir died at 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 6th February 1904, age 86 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1904)

WEIR Christina Rowan, age 82 yrs., widow of Archibald, late of Tarbert, Lochfyne, died at Birnbank, Gourock on 17th February 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1914)

WEIR John, son of William Weir, cabinet maker, formerly of Greenock, died at 29 Eglington Street, Glasgow on 10th October 1863 age 10 years 6months (Greenock Advertiser 13. 10. 1863) see Isabella K.

WEIR A daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Weir, born at Morrison’s Land, Port Glasgow on 11th November 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1903 & Port Glasgow Express 13.11.1903)

WEIR Catherine Sillars, wife of Archibald Weir, 13 Antigua Street, Greenock, died at 1 Quarry Place, Hamilton on 3rd October 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1902)

WEIR Catherine Russell, widow of James Weir, died at her son-in-law’s, James Caldwell, 41 Mearns Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1883)

WEIR Catherine Hyndman, wife of Hugh Weir, flesher, died at 22 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock on 23rd September 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1873)

WEIR Bridget Weir, mother of Alex, died at 9 Cowgate, Greenock in July 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1905)

WEIR Bernard Weir to Margaret Maria Harkins Peterson, at St Mary’s Greenock on 1st January 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1912).

WEIR Bella, youngest daughter of Malcolm Weir, Greenock, to William Lange, at St Vincent Street, Glasgow on 7th April 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1880).

WEIR Archibald Weir, formerly of Greenock, to Jeanie, eldest daughter of Robert Bingham, railway porter, Gibbshill Terrace, Greenock at Compton Villa, Stanford Hill Road, Durban on 28th October 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1910).

WEIR Archibald Weir, died at 10 East Shaw Street, Greenock, in September 1889. (Greenock

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WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Weir, born at 75 Regent Street, Greenock on 18th May 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1887)

WEIR Archibald Weir, formerly of Greenock, died at Callander on 8th June 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 11.6.1859)

WEIR Archibald Weir, grocer in Greenock, died at Strachur on 11th July 1822. (Greenock Advertiser 19.7.1822)

WEIR Mrs Ann Weir, Greenock, found off Mirren Shore, Port Glasgow on 21st October 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1889)

WEIR Annie, youngest daughter of late George Weir, merchant, to David H. Robertson, at 29 Lyle Street, Greenock on 1st December 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1887) see George

WEIR Elizabeth Finnie, widow of John Weir, aunt of Elizabeth McKendrick, died at 6 Ingleston Street, Greenock in March 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1893)

WEIR Alick, son of William & Maggie Weir died at Greenock Infirmary on 27th July 1911 age 3yrs 6months. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1911)

WEIR Alex Weir, agent, to Elizabeth McNair, at Greenock on 15th May 1843 by Rev A. McBean. (Greenock Advertiser 16.5.1843)

WEIR Alexander Weir, commission – agent, died at Greenock on 31st October 1849. (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1849)

WEIR Alex Weir, coachman, to Maggie, youngest daughter of late Alex Gair, clothier, at Home Cottage, Roseneath Street, Greenock on 9th July 1867 by Rev J. Rankin. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1867)

WEIR Alexander Weir, ropemaker, died at 28 Crawford Street, Greenock in Aug 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1871)

WEIR Alexander Weir, weigher, died at 95 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 20th April 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1886) wife Margaret

WEIR Ann Weir died at 3 Kelly Street Greenock on 23rd June 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 25.6.1872 & Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1872)

WEIR Alexander Weir, blacksmith, only son of John Weir, blacksmith, died at 36 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 20th Aug 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1897)

WEIR Daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Weir, born at 5 Helen Street, Bogston, Greenock on 23rd April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1906)

WEIR Allan Weir, writer, Greenock, to Elizabeth Buchanan Young, widow of H. McLean, at Catrine on 17th June 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 20.6.1867)

WEIR Allan weir, solicitor, Greenock, died, at St. Cuthbert’s House, Catrine on 6th December 1893 age 73 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1893)

WEIR Allan Weir to Jeanie, 2nd daughter of William Blaik, at 7 Abingdon Place, Mossvale, Paisley on 1st July 1884. Now – 12 Springhill, Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1909)

WEIR Andrew Weir died at 15 Willison’s Lane, Port Glasgow in July 1873, 22nd. (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1873)

WEIR Andrew Weir, ropespinner, formerly of 18 Bearhope Street, Greenock, died at Bremerhaven on 20th June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1893)

WEIR Christina, 3rd and youngest surviving daughter of George Weir, to Robert McDonald, chemist at 22 Lyle Street, Greenock on 16th November 1875 by Reverend J. K. Campbell. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1875 & Greenock Advertiser 20.11.1875)

WEIR Alexander Weir, brassfounder, formerly of Greenock died at 20 Fleet Street, Belfast on 19th November 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1889)

WEIR James Cameron Weir, former manager Central Co-op, husband of Christina, died at 18 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 28th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1911)

WEIR Charlotte Weir, daughter of late John Weir of the Excise, died at Greenock on 5th February 1816. (Greenock Advertiser 13.2.1816) see Catherine

WEIR David Weir to Bessie, daughter of John Cochran, formerly of GK, at 15 Worcester Terrace, Weymouth, Mass on 5th September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1913)

WEIR Donald Weir died at 1 Kelly Street, Greenock on 13th June 1893 age 56. (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1893)

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WEIR Donald Keith, infant son of William Weir, died at 3 Bank Street, Greenock on 7th December 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 10.12.1847)

WEIR Duncan Weir, baker, died at 11 Cartsburn Street, Greenock, on 22nd September 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1851) see Janet C; Jessie W.C., Mary.

WEIR David Weir to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Adam Swaine, at Hunter’s Close, Dockhead Street, Port Glasgow on 31st August 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1883)

WEIR Duncan Weir, carpenter, father of John, died at 52 Regent Street, Greenock on 27th June 1899. (Greenock Advertiser 28.6.1899)

WEIR Daniel D. Weir to Katherine, daughter of Donald Thomson, tax officer, at 67 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 11th February 1876 by Rev. J. Barnett. (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1876)

WEIR Elizabeth, Daughter of late John Weir, plumber, Greenock, died at Craigbank, 46 Albert Road, Gourock on 9th January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1896)

WEIR Janet Crawford, widow of Duncan Weir, baker, died at 6 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 21st February 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 22.2.1862) see Duncan

WEIR Elizabeth McAuslan, eldest daughter of late Walter Weir, to William Orr, engineer, at 68 Union Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1901) see Walter.

WEIR Elizabeth McNair, widow of Alex Weir, died at 75 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th May 1888 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1888)

WEIR Elizabeth, wife of Walter Weir, boilermaker, died at 5 Bearhope Street, Greenock in April 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1889)

WEIR Mrs Elizabeth Scott Weir died at Blackstone Bldgs, Port Glasgow in October 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1877)

WEIR Duncan Weir died at 27 Mearns Street, Greenock on 8th March 1892 age 79, wife Isabella C. (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1892)

WEIR D.A.C. Weir to Janet (Nettie), fourth daughter of George McKirdy, 6 Kelly Street, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 6th June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1905)

WEIR Elizabeth Stewart, daughter of Thomas Weir, to Neil McVicar, at 26 Mearns Street Greenock on 10th March 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1886)

WEIR Christina Fenwick, widow of James C. Weir, died at 18 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 1st December 1911 age 72. (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1911)

WEIR Christina Ferguson, wife of William Weir, blacksmith, died at 21 Belville Street, Greenock on 29th April 1895 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1895)

WEIR Christina McLachlan, wife of Thomas Weir, plumber, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 7th May 1895 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1895)

WEIR Clare, third daughter of Duncan Weir, died at 27 Mearns Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1886)

WEIR Thomas Weir, draper, only surviving son of late Duncan Weir, died at 17 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 25th November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1904)

WEIR D. Weir to Janet Warton, daughter of Andrew Crawford, at Greenock on 25th August 1835 by Reverend Auld. (Greenock Advertiser 27.8.1835)

WEIR Christina Weir died at 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 12th May 1875 age 80(Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1875 & Greenock Advertiser 15.5.1875)

WEIR Son to Mr & Mrs D.A.C. Weir, Post Office, born at 5 Caddlehill Street, Greenock on 27th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1906)

WEIR Daniel Weir, bookseller and author, died at Greenock on 11th November 1831 age 34. (Greenock Advertiser 18.11.1831)

WEIR A daughter to Mt & Mrs Daniel Weir, born at 66 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 9th October 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 10.10.1878)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Weir, cooper carpenter, born at 41 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 17th February 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1888)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Weir, cooper, born at 41 Sir Michael Street, Greenock 0n 31st August 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1889)

WEIR Daniel Weir, clerk, formerly of Greenock, died at 32 Cawdor Street, Liverpool on 20th December 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1896)

WEIR Colin Weir, formerly of Greenock, died at Antigua on 10th May 1853. (Greenock Advertiser

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WEIR Isabella Gardner, eldest daughter of John Weir, carpenter, Greenock to Reuben Thurmer at 712 Warren Street, Brooklyn on 18th October 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1871)

WEIR Thomas Weir, Bolton, to Helen Russell, eldest daughter of the late John Walker, at 5 Kelly Street, Greenock on 6th May 1868 by Reverend McFarlane (Greenock Advertiser 9.5.1868)

WEIR Mary, youngest daughter of late Duncan Weir, baker, died at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on the 14th June 1874 aged 26yrs. (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1874 & Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1874) see Duncan; Margaret & J.S.

WEIR Mary, eldest daughter of late George Weir, to Thomas Johnstone, at 15 Antigua Street, Greenock on 15th February 1878 By Rev M. Macaskill. (Greenock Advertiser 19.3.1878 & Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1878)

WEIR Mary Ann Donnelly, widow of Thomas Weir, died at 17 Cartsburn St, Greenock on 15th February 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1900) see Thomas.

WEIR Mary Cullen, wife of Richard Weir, carpenter, died at Little Sisters’ Union Street, Greenock on 20th April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1900)

WEIR Mary McKellar, widow of James Weir, farmer died at Kempock, Gourock on 12th February 1878 age 91 (Greenock Advertiser 13.2.1878 Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1878)

WEIR Mary Ann O’Brien, widow of James Weir, died at 25 John Street, Greenock on 23 May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1912)

WEIR Mary Ferrier, eldest daughter of Robert Weir, blacksmith, 64 Kelly Street, to William Robson at Tontine, Greenock on 28th December 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1911)

WEIR Mary McKenzie, daughter of Annie and John Weir, blacksmith, died at 36 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 9th March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1898)

WEIR Maud, daughter of William and Margaret Weir, blacksmith, died at 43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 3rd January 1907 age 1 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1907)

WEIR Mrs John Weir died at 10 Kelly Street, Greenock on 12th November 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 14.11.1867 & Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1867)

WEIR Neill Weir, husband of Sarah, died at 4 Nelson Street, Glebe, Greenock in July 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1877)

WEIR Martha Braidwood, only daughter of Alex Weir, formerly of Greenock to Charles Maurice Berry, at UP Church, Belfast in September 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1889)

WEIR Peter McCulloch Weir to Elizabeth Anderson, second daughter of Provost James Adam, Parklea, at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 22nd June 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1906)

WEIR Martha, eldest daughter of John Weir, seaman, to William Stewart, at 14 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd November 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1900)

WEIR Richard Weir, Glasgow, died of cholera at Shaw Street, Greenock on 5th January 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 5.1.1849)

WEIR Doctor Robert Weir, formerly of Galashiels, died at his son-in-law’s, Doctor Grieve, Port Glasgow on 22nd November 1859 aged 73 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1859)

WEIR Robert Davidson, youngest son of James Weir, blacksmith, died at 6 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 5th April 1874, aged 13 months (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1874)

WEIR A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Weir, blacksmith, born at 27 Belville Street, Greenock on 24th October 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1876)

WEIR Robert Weir to Jane Roberts, eldest daughter of A.M. Humphreys, accountant, Greenock, at 51 St. Vincent Crescent, Glasgow on 10th January 1884 (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1884)

WEIR Robert Weir, labourer, 10 East Shaw Street, drowned in East India Harbour Greenock on 20th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1889)

WEIR Robert Weir to Agnes Alcorn, both formerly of Greenock, at Congregational Church, Tranmere, Birkenhead on 6th August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1912)

WEIR Robert Macnair Weir, late of Greenock, to Olive, youngest daughter of Walter C. Goodacre, Princes Park, at All Saints Princes Park, Liverpool on 12th June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1913)

WEIR Robert Weir, tailor, died at Tobago Street, Greenock on 13th September 1872 age 36 (Greenock Advertiser 14.9.1872 & Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1872)

WEIR Rose Stewart, wife of Patrick Weir, died at 17 Cartsburn Street Greenock in February 1904

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(Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1904)

WEIR Samuel Weir, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Glasgow on 26th August 1874 (Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1874)

WEIR A daughter to Mr & Mrs James L. Weir, chief engineer, SS Tormore, born at 89 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 11th August 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1889)

WEIR Patrick Weir, trace boy, 15/17 Cartsburn Street, killed in an accident at a sugar store, 56 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 5th March 1883 age 16, son of Thomas Weir (Greenock Advertiser 6.3.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1883).

WEIR Joseph Weir, husband of Sarah Hutton, 12 Inchgreen Street, died at Broadstone Hospital, Port Glasgow on 25th November 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1912)

WEIR Agnes Thomson, widow of Thomas Weir, plumber, died at 23 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 30th Aug 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 31.8.1877 Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1877)

WEIR John Weir to Jeanie, daughter of late John Simpson, blacksmith, at Queens Rooms, Greenock on 4th July 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1905)

WEIR John Weir, farm servant with Robert Crawford, East Kilbride, Kilmacolm, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th May 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1906)

WEIR John Weir, boilermaker, died at 5 York Street, Greenock on 4th January 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1907)

WEIR John Weir to Margaret Gibb, daughter of John Robson, florist, 62 Brisbane Street, Greenock, at Union Church, Hong Kong on 23 Nov. 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 24. 11.1909)

WEIR John, eldest son of late James Weir, Tighnabruaich, formerly of Greenock died at Penang on 11th December 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1912)

WEIR John, youngest son of David & Martha Weir died at 2 Laird Street, Port Glasgow on 20th January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.01.1913)

WEIR John Weir, blacksmith, husband of Annie, died at Greenock on 4th Mar 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1913)

WEIR John C. Weir, Greenock, to Jessie Bryce, only daughter of William Calder, at the Manse, East St. Kilda, Melbourne on 29th November 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 24.01.1884)

WEIR John Campbell, eldest son of William M.G. Weir, Post Office, died at 10 Wellington Street Greenock on 17th June 1885 age 28 (Greenock Telegraph 18.06.1885)

WEIR John Frew Weir, shipmaster, husband of Esther Doune, died at 14 Regent Street Greenock on 15th May 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 15.05.1908)

WEIR Josiah M. Weir, to Flora K, widow of Duncan Keith, eldest daughter of Peter McDougall, Ledgreanach, Port Appin, at 68 Union Street, Greenock on 11th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 12.07.1900)

WEIR Mary, 2nd daughter of late John Weir, Excise, to Neil Anderson at 35 Boyd Place, Greenock on 23rd November 1852 by Rev V. Nelson. (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1852) see Isabella W.

WEIR Daughter to Mr and Mrs Josiah M. Weir, sawmiller, born at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 1st January 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 2. 1.1904)

WEIR Thomas Weir, Glasgow, to Kate Denny, 5th daughter of Archibald Liddell, at 39 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 4th February 1875 by Reverend J.B. Smith (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1875

WEIR Malcolm Weir, labourer, died at 43 Ann Street, Greenock on 19th December 1880 age 65 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1880) see Isabella McN

WEIR Malcolm, eldest son of Hugh Weir, 11 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow died at Dunbar Street, Belleville, Toronto on 21 January 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1913 & Port Glasgow Express 7.2.1913)

WEIR Margaret, only daughter of Captain Archibald Weir to James Gray, formerly of Jamaica, at Greenock on 5th June 1826, by Reverend Angus McBain (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1826)

WEIR Margaret, eldest daughter of George Weir, engineer, to James, eldest son of William Wight, grain merchant, Ayr, at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 25th August 1862 by Reverend J. Hutcheson (Greenock Advertiser 26.8.1862) see Margaret B

WEIR Margaret Weir, aunt of Joseph Fulton, died at 3 Inverkip Street, Greenock in April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1903)

WEIR Margaret Bowack, wife of George Weir, died at 22 Lyle Street, Greenock on 10 December 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1874) see Margaret

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WEIR Margaret Edwards, wife of William Weir, boatman, 3 Hamilton Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 16th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1898)

WEIR Margaret Gair, widow of Alexander Weir, weigher, died at 85 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 7th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1912)

WEIR Margaret Jane Spencer, wife of Duncan Weir, baker, died at 14 Cathcart Street, Greenock in March 1878. See Mary. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1878)

WEIR Margaret Lyon, widow of James Weir, formerly of Greenock, died at Tighiandaraich, Tighnabruaich on 9th December 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1908)

WEIR Margaret Whitelaw, wife of John Weir, boilermaker, died at 3 Belville Street, Greenock on 10th January 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1875)

WEIR Margaret Whitelaw, youngest daughter of Robert Weir, music teacher, died at 27 Belville Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1881)

WEIR Josiah Millar Weir, storeman, husband of Flora McDougall Keith, 15 Lynedoch Street, died at Greenock Infirmary, Greenock on 26th May 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 27.05.1907)

WEIR James Weir, riveter, husband of Margaret Ann, died at 15 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 9th March 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1912)

WEIR Susan Greenfield Huddleston, widow of Captain Weir, died at 2 Springhill, Port Glasgow (her sister’s) on 21st December 1879 age 43 (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1879)

WEIR Mrs Weir, age 45, died of cholera at Rennie’s Land, Low Vennel on 6th April 1832. (Greenock Advertiser 10.4.1832)

WEIR Mrs Weir, sister of John Buchanan, died at 2 Manse Lane, Greenock on 2nd December 1843. (Greenock Advertiser 5.2.1843) see John Buchanan.

WEIR Isabella Campbell, widow of Duncan Weir, carpenter, died at 27 Mearns Street on 12th November 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1894)

WEIR Miss Isabella Weir, daughter of late John Weir, Excise officer, died at Greenock on 1st January 1836 (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1836) see Charlotte, Elizabeth, Mary.

WEIR Isabella, 2nd daughter of late Duncan Weir, to D. Calderwood, Glasgow at 51 Kelly Street, Greenock on 19th October 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 24.10.1871)

WEIR Isabella Keith, 3rd daughter of William Weir, formerly of Greenock died at 29 Eglinton Street, Glasgow on 3rd July 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 4.7.1861) see John

WEIR Isabella McNair, widow of Malcolm Weir, died at her son in laws, 76 Ann Street, Greenock on 28th Sept. 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1891) see Malcolm

WEIR James Weir, joiner, died at 31 Newton Street, Greenock on 1st July 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1887)

WEIR James Weir, carpenter, Greenock lost with the barque Carvour off Galway coast on 9th February 1892 from Pensacola to Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1892)

WEIR James Weir, former foreman smith with Caird & Co., died at 4 Bentinck Street, Greenock on 1st May 1894 age 69, wife Margaret (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1894)

WEIR James Weir, 44 Arthur Street died in Greenock Infirmary on 29th July 1896 after an accident at Albert Harbour age 14 (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1896)

WEIR William, agent No 90 Inverkip Street Cemetery; John, wright No 364 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Archibald, shipmaster No 405 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Duncan, merchant 20.12.1833 No 29 Duncan Street Cemetery / John, mariner 14.4.1819. No 150 Duncan Street Cemetery.

WEIR James Weir, husband of Mary Ann, 25 John Street, died at Smithston on 22nd November 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1909) See Mary Ann O'Brien

WEIR James 4.7.1887 Lair 364 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Agnes 29.10.1889 Lair 253 Inverkip Street Cemetery.

WEIR James Weir, iron moulder, committed suicide at 41 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 9th April 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1913 & Port Glasgow Express 9.4.1913)

WEIR James L. Weir, engineer to Elizabeth daughter of Archibald Bone, engineer at 3 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 7th December 1888 by special declaration. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1888)

WEIR Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Weir, chief engineer, born at 101 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 4th April 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1900)

WEIR James McNair Weir, formerly of Hamilton to Nellie, 3rd daughter of John Shearer, at Baptist

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Church Hall, Hamilton on 17th April 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1899)

WEIR Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs J. M. Weir, born at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 17th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1901)

WEIR James T. Weir to Helen Anderson 3rd daughter of late Alex McLean, at Masonic Hall, Greenock on 3rd September. 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1901)

WEIR Daughter to Mr & Mrs Weir, engineer. Born at 5 Brachelston Street. Greenock on 30th November 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1902)

WEIR Jane daughter of Archibald Weir, to John Buchanan, carpenter, at Finnart Street. Greenock on 1st July 1874 by Rev R. Thomson (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1874)

WEIR Jane Clelland, widow of James Weir, blacksmith, died at 2 Brougham Street, Greenock on 30th May 1908 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1908) see James

WEIR Jane Fleming, eldest daughter of James Weir, smith, to William Y. MacKay, iron-monger, at 25 Bank Street, Greenock on 20th November 1877 by Reverend D.S. Peters (Greenock Advertiser 22.11.1877, Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1877)

WEIR Jane Russell, eldest daughter of John Weir, smith, to James Linn, at 27 Belville Street, Greenock on 14th December 1877 by Reverend J.B. Smith (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1877)

WEIR Jane Russell Linn, youngest daughter of John Weir, blacksmith, died at 55 Belville Street, Greenock on 14th March 1891 age 1 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1891) see Euphemia S.

WEIR James Weir, Saigon, to Sadie younger daughter of late A. MacKechnie, George Square, Greenock, at Scots Church, Penang on 24th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1901)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs William Weir, jnr., boatman, born at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on 21st January 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1896)

WEIR A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Weir, patternmaker, born at 15 Lauriston Street, Greenock on 24th April 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1896)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Weir, patternmaker, born at 15 Lauriston Street, Greenock on 5th December 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1897)

WEIR Thomas Weir, shipwright, husband of Mary Ann, died at 17 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 22nd August 1898 age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1898) see Mary A.D.

WEIR Thomas Weir, plumber, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 17th November 1901 age 79. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1901)

WEIR Thomas Weir, engineer, formerly of Greenock, died at Manchester on 15th February 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1908)

WEIR Walter Weir, former wine and spirit merchant, died at Greenock on 7th October 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1899)

WEIR Daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter Weir, born at Maryfield Terrace, 17 Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 14th April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1906)

WEIR Son to Mr and Mrs Walter Weir born at 17 Mary Street, Port Glasgow, on 22nd January 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1908)

WEIR Daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter P. Weir born at 17 Maryfield Terrace, Port Glasgow on 5th May 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1912)

WEIR William, son of late James Weir, merchant, Greenock, killed at St Vincent on 8th May 1795 when Dorsetshire Hill was stormed. (Ed. Courant 9.7.1795)

WEIR William, youngest son of Duncan Weir, died at 43 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 4th October 1868. (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1868)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs Wm Weir, boatman, born at 3 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1880)

WEIR Mrs Black or Weir died of cholera at the cholera hospital on 3rd March 1832. Lived at Ewing’s Land, Dalrymple Street. (Greenock advertiser 6.3.1832)

WEIR William Weir jnr, to Jeannie, eldest daughter of James Harley, painter at 37 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 31st December 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1891)

WEIR Janet, only daughter of Daniel Weir, steamboat agent, died at 70 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 18th February 1883 age 4 (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1883)

WEIR Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Weir, jnr, born at 13 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 16th January 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 17.01.1899)

WEIR Son to Mr & Mrs William Weir, jnr., born at 13 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 27th July 1901.

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(Greenock Telegraph 29.07.1901)

WEIR William Lewis Weir, formerly of Glasgow, died at 9 Albert Road, Gourock on 14th April 1905 age 61. (Greenock Telegraph 15.04.1905) see Henrietta

WEIR William M.G. Weir, clerk, Post Office, to Ellen, daughter of late Alex Campbell, Greenock, at 43 Ann Street, Greenock on 12th August 1856 by Rev A. Morton. (Greenock Advertiser 15.08.1856)

WEIR William Murdoch Gillespie Weir, former postmaster, Dumfries and formerly from Greenock, died at Dumfries on 12th October 1901 age 67. (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1901)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs W.M.G. Weir, born at 10 Bruce Street, Greenock on 20th May 1857. (Greenock Advertiser 22.05.1857)

WEIR A daughter to Mr & Mrs W.M.G. Weir, born at 19 Antigua Street, Greenock on 23rd May 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 24.05.1860) Elizabeth died on 15th February 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 16.02.1861)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs W.M.G. Weir, born at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 28th Aug 1865. (Greenock Advertiser 31.08.1865)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs W.M.G. Weir, born at 12 Wellington Street on 23rd Aug 1871. (Greenock Advertiser 24.08.1871)

WEIR A son to Mr & Mrs W.M.G. Weir, post office, born at 12 Wellington Street, Greenock on 6th June 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 08.06.1876)

WEIR John Weir, Caledonian Railway, younger son of late John Weir, Lusch, Aberdeenshire, died at 40 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 30th April 1888 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1888)

WEIR Janet Black, daughter of Allan and Jeanie died at 12 Springhill, Port Glasgow on 18th May 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1914)

WEIR William Weir, cabinetmaker, died at 37 Dorset Street, Glasgow on 11September 1882 age 70. Formerly of Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1882)

WEIR Walter Weir, boilermaker, husband of Elizabeth, died at 16 John Street, Greenock in January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1893) see Elizabeth McA

WEIR, A son to Mr.& Mrs. James Weir, born at 3 Dellingburn Street, Greenock on 9th March 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 10.3.1866)

WEIR, James Weir, town plumber, died at 32 West Burn Street on 26th March 1867 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 28.3.1867)

WELCH Son to Mr & Mrs John Welch, clerk, born at 17 South Street, Greenock on 5th December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1900)

WELCH Christina Kane Welch, died at 19 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th February 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1901)

WELCH Lawrie, son of Colour-Sergeant Welch, died at 44 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 1st May 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1909)

WELCH Christina Wallace, wife of Robert Welch, joiner, died at 13 Lyle Street, Greenock on 12th January 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1903) see Christina

WELCH Daniel Welch, sailmaker, Greenock, killed on ‘Arnarauth’ while at Quebec in June 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1882)

WELCH Robert Welch, joiner, died at his son in law’s, Charles McNeil, 17 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 26th September 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1908) see Maggie

WELCH Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Welch, to Hugh Urie, at 19 Regent Street, Greenock on 7th September 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1881) see Christina

WELCH John Welch, Greenock, to Jenny M.S. Whitelaw, 2nd daughter of Robert Stewart, Greenock, at 11 Craignethan Tor, Carfin Street, Glasgow on 28th April 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1897)

WELCH Maggie, youngest daughter of Robert Welch, joiner, to Charles McNeil, at Pillar Hall, Temperance Institute, Greenock on 30th June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1897) see Robert.

WELCH Robert Welch jnr, joiner, husband of Jane, died at 15 Belville Street, Greenock on 20th November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1896) see Maggie.

WELCH A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Welch jnr, joiner, born at 51 Belville Street, Greenock on 7th January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1893)

WELCH Twin daughters to Mrs & late Robert Welch jnr ,joiner, born at 15 Belville Street, Greenock on

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24th February 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1897)

WELCH Christina, 3rd daughter of Robert Welch, joiner, to Dugald Grant, at Victoria Hall, Greenock on 5th July 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1883) see Elizabeth; Christina W.

WELCH / WELSH A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Welch jnr, joiner, born at 51 Belville Street, Greenock on 27th January 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1895)

WELES A son to Mr & Mrs Benjamin Weles, born at 13 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 8th May 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1889)

WELL A son to Mr & Mrs William Well, born at 46 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 24th September 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 26.9.1867)

WELLCOAT Daughter to Mr & Mrs William P. Wellcoat, born at 5 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 13th March 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1905)

WELLCOAT Daughter to Mr & Mrs William P. Wellcoat, outfitter, born at 4 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 21st September 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1902)

WELLCOAT W.P. Wellcoat to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of M. Gallagher, formerly of Port Glasgow, on 6th June 1899. (Port Glasgow Express 23.6.1899 & Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1899)

WELLCOAT Son to Mr & Mrs W.P. Wellcoat, outfitter, born at 5 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 12th May 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1900)

WELLS Edwin Wells, 19 years with Caird & Co, died at Kempock Place, Gourock on 28th April 1902. Wife Margaret. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1902)

WELLS Robert A. Wells, Greenock to Lizzie M. Buckham, at Woodstock, Vermont, on 16th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1906)

WELLS James Wells to Annie, eldest daughter of William Ritchie, joiner, 18 Inverkip Street, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 30th June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1899)

WELLS A son to Mr & Mrs E.D. Wells, born at Bank Buildings, Gourock on 16th July 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1895)Bobby died at 16 Kempock Place, on 1st October 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1899

WELLS Janet Armstrong, wife of Walter, mason, 9 Clarence Street, Greenock died on 30th March at Gateside Hospital (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1914)

WELLS Martha, eldest daughter of James Wells, shipwright, to John Hutchison, signalman, at Highland Hall, Nicolson Street, Greenock on 2nd September 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1891) see Esther.

WELLS Annie Morrison, age 12 years, eldest daughter of James and Annie, died at 13 Church Street, Hebburn-on-Tyne on 24th May 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1914)

WELLS Esther, 2nd daughter of James Wells, shipwright, to W. Barfoot, ship’s corporal, at 4 Houston Street, Greenock in December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1894) see Martha.

WELSH Captain Andrew Welsh, of Greenock, of the steamer Lady Le Merchant, to MaryAnn McLeod Scott, eldest daughter of late Alexander Anderson, Greenock Customs, at St. John’s, Newfoundland on 20th May 1852. (Greenock Advertiser 21.6.1853)

WELSH Harry Ferguson Welsh, mason, died on 11th November 1882 after being assaulted by Patrick O’Connor in Tobago Street Greenock on 3rd November 1882 (Greenock Advertiser 14.11.1882)

WELSH Daniel H. Welsh, merchant, Montreal, formerly of Newfoundland, son of the late James Welsh, accountant, Greenock, died at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia on 18th February age 53 (Greenock Advertiser 9.3.1871)

WELSH Christina Fletcher Welsh, daughter of William Fletcher, died in Greenock Infirmary on 3rd November 1898 having fallen from a window at 8 East Breast, age 30 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1898)

WELSH Annie, 4th daughter of Patrick Welsh, bridge-man, 20 Saint Lawrence Street, to John Murray, Port Glasgow, at Saint Lawrence’s Greenock on 1st January 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1913)

WELSH Catherine, 3rd daughter of Patrick Welsh, 20 St Lawrence Street, to William, only son of late Will Green, Portaferry, at St Lawrence’s Greenock on 23rd August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1911)

WELSH Agnes Quin, wife of James Welsh, labourer, died at 52 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 29th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1900)

WELSH James Welsh died at 10 Forsyth Street, Greenock 0n 9th July 1874 age 66 (Greenock

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WELSH John (9) 9.6.1894 Lair 417 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Margaret (52) 11.6.1912 Lair 417 Inverkip Street Cemetery

WELSH Andrew Welsh, mason, died at 19 Prospecthill Greenock on 11th November 1882 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1882)

WELSH Daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Welsh, trimmer, born at 7 Mill Street, Greenock on 18th March 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1904)

WELSH Mary Carwell, widow of John Welsh, Kilbarchan, died at 27 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 26th August 1877 age 86 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1877)

WELSH Mary Ferguson, 3rd daughter of the late Henry Welsh, mason, to James Cuthbertson at Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 30th June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1897)

WELSH Mary Laird, youngest daughter of John Welsh to Robert Ingleton at Horbert Cottage, Goulburn, New South Wales on 4th October 1878 - both of Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1878)

WELSH Mary Mearns Welsh died at 30 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 12th October 1885 (Greenock Advertiser 13.10.1885)

WELSH Mary Muir, wife of James Welsh, engineer, died at 13 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 26th September 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 29.9.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1868) see Mary

WELSH Mary Sheridan, wife of Michael Welsh, died at 8 Shaw Street, Greenock on 29th June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1897)

WELSH James Welsh to Margaret, daughter of John Munro, at 16 Regent Street, Greenock, on 17th June 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 19.6.1846) see Mary, Margaret M

WELSH Daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Welsh, trimmer, born at 13 Belville Street, Greenock on 21 June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1902)

WELSH Mrs Martha McIntyre Welsh died at Longwell Close, Greenock on 18th July 1881 (Greenock Advertiser 18.7.1881)

WELSH Son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Welsh born at 13 Belville Street, Greenock on 27th July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1906)

WELSH Michael Welsh died at his son in law’s Patrick O’Brien, 18 Vennel, Greenock on 27th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1902)

WELSH Robert Welsh, writer in Edinburgh, to Mary youngest daughter of John May, at Parklea, Port Glasgow on 18th December 1821 by Reverend Cameron. (Greenock Advertiser 18.12.1821)

WELSH Robert Welsh, engineer, P&O Co., formerly of Greenock, died at Bombay on 6th Aug 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1887) see John.

WELSH Thersa, daughter of Dominic Welsh, sculptor, formerly of Greenock, died at 70 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 19th November 1884, age 13, mother Mary. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1884)

WELSH Thomas Muir Welsh, engineer, Glasgow to Janet Baird, eldest daughter of James Laing, builder, at 11 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 15th March 1864 by Reverend J. McFarlan. (Greenock Advertiser 17.3.1864)

WELSH William Welsh, sugarhouse labourer with Blair, Reid & Steele, presumed drowned at the Tail of the Bank on 2nd October 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 6.10.1860)

WELSH Matthew Welsh to Annie Sinclair, eldest daughter of David Walker, engineman, 13 Belville Street, Greenock at Gourock on 10th August 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1899)

WELSH John, youngest son of the late Robert Welsh, engineer, grandson of John Chalmers, died at 26 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 7th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1894) see Robert

WELSH Douglas Welsh, Peebles to Marion, daughter of late Duncan Munro, at 25 Kelly Street, Greenock on 2nd Aug 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1913)

WELSH A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Welsh, born at Brougham St Greenock on 23rd April 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1847)

WELSH James Welsh Engineer formerly of Greenock died at Inverkip on 23rd May 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1876 & Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1876)

WELSH James Welsh died at Little Sisters Greenock on 10th February 1902 – father of John (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1902)

WELSH James Fredrick Welsh, Plymouth, to Crissie Beaton, 2nd daughter of Nicol M. Campbell, commission agent at Ford Cottage, Greenock on 29th October 1913. (Greenock Telegraph

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WELSH James Hastie Munday, eldest son of late Daniel Welsh, and nephew of late James Welsh, Greenock died at Montreal on 22nd November 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1892)

WELSH Jane, daughter of James Welsh, engineer, to John Simpson, flesher, at 13 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 10th December 1861 by Rev J. Stark. (Greenock Advertiser 14.12.1861) see Mary : James.

WELSH Mary, daughter of James & Kate Welsh, died at 50 Dempster Street, Greenock on 12th July 1907 age 9 (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1907)

WELSH Janet Paterson, widow of Thomas Welsh, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Strone on 8th May 1879, age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1879)

WELSH Mary, 2nd daughter of James Welsh, engineer, to D. Lamont, engineer, at 18 Bogle Street, Greenock on 19th October 1853 by Reverend J. Stark (Greenock Advertiser 28.10.1853) see James; Margaret, Jane; Mary M

WELSH John M Welsh, Boston, Massachusetts, formerly of Greenock, died at Andover, United States on 12 August 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1889)

WELSH John Roach Welsh, seaman, St Ives, drowned in East Harbour, Port Glasgow on 19th March 1882 age 25 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1882 & Greenock Advertiser 20.3.1882)

WELSH Lillias, 2nd daughter of the late James Welsh, accountant, died at 18 Brougham Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1848)

WELSH Margaret, daughter of James Welsh, died at Greenock on 9th May 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 11.5.1847) see Mary: James

WELSH Margaret Chalmers, widow of Robert Welsh, engineer, died at 40 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 8th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1912)

WELSH Margaret Munro, widow of James Welsh, accountant, Greenock died at Rockhill, Gourock on 7th March 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1889) see James

WELSH Harry Welsh, engineer of lighter Forward, now of Paisley, late Clydebank, found on the ship at Mid Harbour, Port Glasgow, on 21st April 1913 – p2 (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1913)

WELSH Janet Laird, wife of John Welsh, blacksmith, died at 27 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 18th May, age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1891)

WELSH James Welsh died at 1 Belville St Greenock on 23rd June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1901)

WELSHMAN Robert Welshman to Sarah, eldest daughter of Robert Kirkwood, grocer, 59 Regent Street, at St John’s, Greenock on 27th June 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1888)

WEMYSS General Wemyss, died at Wemyss Castle on 4th February 1822. (Greenock Advertiser 19.2.1822)

WENBBER A son to Rev & Mrs G.H. Webber, born at St Mary’s Rectory, Port Glasgow on 3rd Aug 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1892)

WENMAN Charles Wenman, iron broker, 25 Gordon Street, Glasgow, found at Lunderston Bay on 23rd October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1886)

WEST Joseph West, clerk, husband of Magdalene McNeill, died at 66 Wellington Street, Greenock on 29th January 1903, age 77. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1903) see Magdalene McN.

WEST Janet Davidson, only daughter of late William West, parochial teacher, Coupar, Angus, died at 7 Ardgowan Street west, Greenock on 19th May 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1894) see Margaret M.

WEST Isabella R. Black, wife of Robert D. West, salesman, died at 3 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 10th July 1897. Twin sons born 16th June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1897) see Robert.

WEST Margaret Mustard, widow of William West, parochial teacher, Coupar, Angus, died at 7 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 20th February 1873, age 89. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1873) see Janet D.

WEST Robert Dickson West to Isabella Rankin, 2nd daughter of late Duncan Black, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 1st January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1896) see Isabella R. B.

WEST Twin sons to Mr & Mrs Robert D. West, salesman, born at 3 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 16th June 1897.Mother, Isabella R.B., died 10th July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1897)

WEST Magdalene McNeill, widow of Joseph West, mother of Mary, died at 51 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 15th February 1907, age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1907) see Joseph; Lamontina McN.

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WEST Lamontina McNeill, eldest daughter of Joseph West, to James Addison, at Waverly Hotel, Greenock on 11th September 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1895) see Magdalene McN.

WESTHEAD James A. Westhead, dry goods importer, Brooklyn, New York, to Gertrude Monica, daughter of John Gannon, Fleetwood, Lancashire at St Mary’s, Greenock on 3rd Jan1907. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1907)

WESTLAKE Joseph Westlake, Antioch, to Emily, widow of late William Hugh Hunter, shipowner, Greenock, 2nd daughter of late Major William E. Taylor, R.A. at Chicago on 28th June 1900. (Greenock telegraph 20.7.1900)

WESTMACOTT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Henry Westmacott, tailor, born at 38 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1895)

WESTMACOTT Henry W. Westmacott to Roberta Fullerton, 2nd daughter of Alex Cathcart, cooper, at 47 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 10th June 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1910)

WESTMACOTT Infant son of Mr Westmacott jnr, died at 47 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 13th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1911)

WESTON Thomas Weston. Blacksmith, died at 42 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 20th June 1885 age 56 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1885) see Helen W.

WESTON Helen Wilson, youngest daughter of Thomas Weston, blacksmith, Roxburgh Street, Greenock, to John J., 3rd son of Daniel Nuttall, North View, Falinge, Rochdale, at Union Street Wesleyan Chapel, Rochdale on 5th February 1885. (Greenock telegraph 9.2.1885) see Thomas: Helen W.

WESTON Helen Wilson, widow of Thomas Weston, blacksmith died at 42 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1889) see Helen W.

WESTON Flora Rankin, wife of John Weston, died at 11 Crescent Street, Greenock on 16th November 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1910)

WESTON Jessie Kennedy, widow of Robert Weston, cartwright, died at her son in law’s, John Gray, 40 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in June 1888, age 74. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1888)

WESTON A daughter to Captain & Mrs Loranzo D. Weston, on the ship ‘Frances Hilyard’ in Albert harbour, Greenock on 7th August 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1872)

WESTON Mary Weston, housekeeper to James Don, coachman, at Finnart House, Greenock, on 6th February 1838 by J.J. Bonar (Greenock Advertiser 9.2.1838)

WESTON Margaret Kean, wife of Peter Weston, died at 8 Manse Lane, Greenock in May 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1880)

WESTON Mary Gourlay, wife of William Weston, boilermaker, died at 11 Crescent Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1908)

WESTON Robert Weston died at 42 Westburn Street, Greenock on June 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1874)

WESTON Sarah Leek, Daughter of Robert and Jessie Weston, died at 22 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 23rd April 1911 Age 5yrs 9 months (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1911)

WESTPHAL Maggie Nelson, daughter of Mrs William Westphal, 21 Bank Street, Greenock to Charles Robertson, civil engineer, at Episcopal Church, Lowas, Buenos Aires on 29th September 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1908)

WESTWICK Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Clement Westwick, born at 14a Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 20th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1911)

WESTWICK William Westwick to Jeanie, eldest daughter of late Robert McGilp, gamekeeper, at 1 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 29th July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1910)

WETHERALL John Wetherall of Greenock to Elizabeth Farquharson, youngest daughter of William Farquharson, superintendent, Greenock at 4 Minerva Street, Greenock on 29th December 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1914)

WETHERS J. Wethers, barber, H M S Benbow, to Ann Docherty, widow of Hugh Elliott, at the Manse, 17 Finnart Street, Greenock on 17th October 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1899)

WHALERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Whalers, born at 11 Watt Street, Greenock on 4th June 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1863)

WHALLEY Son to Mr & Mrs William D. Whalley, cordage manufacturer, born at 63 Union Street, Greenock on 10th July 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1911)

WHAM Joseph Wham, grocery salesman to Annie Hunter, youngest daughter of late Hugh McLeary, at 3 Maryfield Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 1st November 1912. (Greenock Telegraph

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WHARTON Mary Anne, daughter of late John Wharton, died at Whitebank, Gourock on 19th May 1898 age 85. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1898)

WHARTON John Wharton, collector of Excise, died at Greenock on 10th Aug 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1842) see Margaret, Jane, John

WHARTON John, son of late John Wharton, Greenock died at Charleston, South Carolina on 8th December 1862 details p2 (Greenock Advertiser 17.2.1863) see John

WHARTON Margaret, 2nd daughter of John Wharton, Collector of Excise, died at Greenock on 27th July 1830 (Greenock Advertiser 6.8.1830) see Jane, John.

WHARTON Jane, eldest daughter of John Wharton, Collector of Customs, Greenock, to John MacLellan, merchant in Greenock, at Greenock on 26th June 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1832) see Margaret

WHARTON Mrs John Wharton, widow of J. Wharton died at 4 Boyd Street Greenock on 26th March 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 29.3.1859)

WHARTON Robert Wharton, died at 34 Ashton Road Gourock on 20th February 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1896)

WHEATLEY William Wheatley, St. John’s Newfoundland, formerly of Maybole, died at Roseneath House, Greenock on 4th November, 1883 age 74 (Greenock Advertiser 3.11.1883, Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1883)

WHELAN Patrick Whelan died at Smithston in March 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1903)

WHELAN John Whelan died at Michael Welsh, 8 East Shaw Street, Greenock in September 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1890)

WHIITEFORD Jane Hamilton, widow of Alex Whiteford, Port Glasgow, to John Colgan, at Glengarnock on 1st January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1896)

WHISH Annie, wife of Captain Claud B. Whish, daughter of late Robert Dow Kerr, Greenock, lost on the wreck of the Quetta between Brisbane and London on 28th February 1890. See Captain Claud B. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1890)

WHISH Captain Claud B. Whish, son of late Sir William Whish, lost on the wreck of the Quetta between Brisbane and London on 28th February 1890. See Annie. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1890)

WHISTON Daughter to Mr &Mrs David Whiston, born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 17th December, 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1901)

WHISTON Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Whiston, born at 8 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 18th January, 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1900)

WHITE David White, grocer, to Jeanie Kerr, 3rd daughter of late Alex Ritchie, blacksmith, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 1st July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1898)

WHITE Duncan White died at his grandfather’s, 4 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 27th May 1894 age 4 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1894)

WHITE David White to Janet, 2nd daughter of William Dougans (garden, 20 Trafalgar St) at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 5th January 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1898)

WHITE A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas White, sailmaker, born at 17 Kelly Street, Greenock on 12 July 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 13.06.1898)

WHITE Duncan White died at Gourock on 11th January 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1865)

WHITE A son to Mr & Mrs David White, clerk, born at 34 Bank Street, Greenock on 26th December 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 26. 12.1898)

WHITE William Henry White, fireman, 103 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock, missing since 1st May 1897, off Albert Harbour on 3rd June 1987. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1897

WHITE A son to Mr and Mrs David White, born at Auchmead Farm, Greenock on 16th December 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1907)

WHITE David White, Gourock, to Marion Lindsay, 2nd daughter of the late John Rankin, farmer, Overton, Cambuslang, at Blair’s Hotel, Glasgow on 25th December 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1901.)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs William White born at 9 Tobago Street, Greenock on 20th November 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1910)

WHITE Daughter t Mr & Mrs David White, grocer, born at 34 Bank Street, Greenock on 25th September 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1903)

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WHITE David White, husband of Janet Dougans died at his father’s, 32 Nelson Street, Greenock on 31st October 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1899)

WHITE Thomas White, apprentice sailmaker, living at his aunt’s Mrs McLellan, Boag’s Lane, Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock, drowned off Steamboat Quay on 5th April 1862 age 17 (Greenock Adviser 08.04.1862)

WHITE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas White, sailmaker, born at 17 Kelly Street, Greenock on 25th April 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 25.04.1896)

WHITE Donald, eldest son of the late Alex White, brother of Mary, died at 24 Lyle Street, Greenock on 26th November 1903, aged 75 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1903)

WHITE David Chalmers, only child of David White, died at Auchmead Farm on 16th June 1909 aged 19months (Greenock Telegraph, 17.6.1909 & Gourock Advertiser 18.6.1909)

WHITE Marion Wilson, youngest daughter of the late James White, to Thomas T. Risk at Crawford’s Café, Greenock on 5th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1904)

WHITE David White, died at Ford Cottage, 1 Finnart Street, Greenock on 20th August 1907 aged 71 (Greenock Telegraph, 21.8.1907)

WHITE Elizabeth, infant daughter of James & Annie White, died at 3 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 25th Dec. 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1905)

WHITE Samuel Avery White, Halifax, to Marianne Veitch Reid, widow of John Beaumount Campbell, Halifax, at Crawfurdsburn Free Church, Greenock on 30th April 1878 (Greenock Advertiser 2.5.1878 & (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1878)

WHITE George White, baker, husband of Isabella Lindsay, died at 10 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow, on 13th September 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1912)

WHITE Mary Franklin, wife of Peter White, died at 1 Laird Street, Port Glasgow on 11th August 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1897)

WHITE George, infant son of George and Agnes White, died at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 19th may 1909 age 19 1/2 months. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1909)

WHITE George, infant son of George and Margaret White, died at Burnside Terrace, Kilmacolm on 23rd October 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1904)

WHITE George White, husband of Agnes Barclay, died at 1 Broomhill, Greenock on 22nd February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1904)

WHITE Mary Fulton, 2nd daughter of late John White, to Robert McLaren Simpson, at 40 Eldon St, Greenock on 25th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1902)

WHITE Sarah Lindsay, 2nd daughter of George White, baker, Kilmacolm, to James Smith Routledge, compositor, at Yielder's Café, Greenock on 7th August 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 15.08.1903)

WHITE Mary Hamson, wife of Robert White, died at 9 Belville Street, Greenock on 22nd March 1899 age 25. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1899)

WHITE Mary Irvine, widow of James White, teacher, died at Campfield House, Gourock on 2nd January 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1887)

WHITE Georgina Cunningham, daughter of john White, died at 6 Duff Street, Greenock on 3rd October 1910 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1910)

WHITE Elizabeth Dunn, wife of James White, joiner, died at 70 Ann Street, Greenock in January 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1884)

WHITE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan McNeill Whyte, born at 6 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 4th February 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1898)

WHITE Ellen, only daughter of James White to Andrew Borendge, Customs, at 17 Brougham Street, Greenock on 14th June 1864 by Rev. McCulloch. (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1864)

WHITE Elizabeth, daughter of Archibald White, confectioner, died at 20 Inverkip Street Greenock on 19th May 1894 age 4yrs 2months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1894)

WHITE Christian, daughter of late Archibald White, shipmaster in Greenock, died at Ayr on 9th April 1881 (Greenock Advertiser 15.4.1881)

WHITE George G. White, baker 31 Vennel Greenock, died at 44 Ann Street, Greenock on 21st August 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 23.8.1860)

WHITE David White, army reserve, Kilmarnock, died in Greenock Infirmary on 7th August 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1895)

WHITE Mrs Elizabeth White died at 22 Bank Street Greenock on 16th July 1881 mother of William.

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WHITE Eliza Ann, only surviving daughter of late James White, cooper, to David Malcolm, iron moulder, at the Manse, Ratho Street Greenock on 7th December 1876 by Rev P. Thomson (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1876)

WHITE Edward, only son of Margaret and the late William White, died at 42 Ann Street, Greenock on 20th September 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1894)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan White, carter, born at 58 Cove Road, Gourock on 20th June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1913)

WHITE Mrs Alexander White, wife of Alexander White, publican in Port Glasgow, drowned in the harbour at Port Glasgow on 30th December 1828. (Greenock Advertiser 6.1.1829)

WHITE Elizabeth Holmes, 3rd daughter of late John White, to John G. Chalmers, chief officer ss Shalthairly, at 104 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 9th Aug 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1897) see John

WHITE Archibald White, tugboatman, formerly of Greenock, died at Sacramento in February 1909 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1909)

WHITE Peter White, rigger, died at 4 Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 5th July 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1905)

WHITE Wilhelmina, youngest daughter of late Captain William White, to Adolphus, son of Adolphus, son of Benedictta Abbate, professor and landowner, Roma Roccasecca, at St Mary’s, Greenock on 18th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1908) see Margaret

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel White, grocer, born at 31 Nelson Street W, Greenock on 20th June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1902)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald White, born at 11 Belville Street, Greenock on 10th July 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1912)

WHITE Archibald White, husband of Mary Munaghan, died at 7 Brymner Street, Greenock on 7th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1911)

WHITE Archibald White, blacksmith, husband of Annie Turner, died at 8 Springkell Street, Greenock on 19th February1908 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1908)

WHITE Archibald White, seaman, died at Wood’s Mariners’ Home, Greenock on 25th March 1900 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1900)

WHITE Robert, only child of Craigie White, died at 14 Terrace Road, Greenock in March / April 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1876)

WHITE Robert White to Elizabeth McA, daughter of late David Muir at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 4th October 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1898)

WHITE Martha Hunt, wife of David White, spirit merchant, sister of John Hunt, formerly of Greenock, died at Ford Cottage, Finnart Street, Greenock, on 4th October 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1900)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert White, flesher, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 6th October 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1901)

WHITE William White died at 38 Eldon Street, Greenock on 5th July 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1864)

WHITE Robert White to Sarah Stewart, youngest daughter of Archibald Hendry, 12 Brisbane Street, at 20 Union Street, Greenock on 20th September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1904)

WHITE Rose, daughter of Archibald White, died at 40 Shaw Street, Greenock in March 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1903)

WHITE Samuel White, baker, to Jane, 2nd daughter of Joseph Molloy at St. Mary’s R.C. Greenock on 19th September 1871 by Father Gordon (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1871)

WHITE Samuel White, baker, husband of Jane, died at 14 Holmscroft Street, Greenock in January 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1876)

WHITE Archibald White died at 19 Arthur Street, Greenock on 5th January 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1871)

WHITE Samuel White to Sophia, 4th daughter of John Devlin, blacksmith, at Saint Mary’s, Greenock on 4th June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1895)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel White, grocer, born at 31 Nelson Street W, Greenock on 12th June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 13.06.1901)

WHITE Mary Curtis, 2nd daughter of late Colin White Cooper, to Peter Benbler, at 52 Wellington

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Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1885)

WHITE John, infant son of Captain John White, died at Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 10th April 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 12.4.1864)

WHITE Robert White, brother of Samuel, died at 106 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock in November 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1898)

WHITE Catherine Campbell, daughter of Duncan & Barbara White, carter, died at 58 Cove Road, Gourock on 11th October 1913 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1913)

WHITE Neil, infant son of John White, tugboatman, died at 7 Hill Street, Greenock on 25th March 1891 age 1 month. (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1891)

WHITE Neil White, formerly of Sunnyside, Kilcreggan, died at his son’s, Clydesdale Bank Buildings, Greenock in December 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1905

WHITE Neil McLean, infant son of James White, joiner, died at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock, on 24th July 1881 age 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1881)

WHITE Colin White, cooper, died at East Shaw Street on 8th September 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 10.9.1863)

WHITE Peter, 2nd son of late Alex White, Greenock, died at Michigan on 17th March 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1891)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas White, sailmaker, born at 15 Newton Street, Greenock on 23 January 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 24.01.1901)

WHITE Barbara Christina, youngest daughter of Archibald White, died at 20 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1990 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1880)

WHITE William, youngest son of late James White, died at 51 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 29th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1898)

WHITE William White, of Bewra, White & Co., Deptford, London died at his brother in law’s, Thomas Roy, Eldon Place, Greenock on 4th March 1896 age 45. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1896)

WHITE William White, Greenock, to Maria Emmeline, daughter of Donald Cameron, Invernessshire, at Warmston, Largs on 1st November 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 3.11.1859)

WHITE Catherine McFawn, daughter of Jeanie & William White, died at 22 John Street, Greenock on 10th May 1911 age 11 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1911)

WHITE David White, labourer, died at 1 Cowgate, on 12th September 1880 age 48 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1880)

WHITE Catherine Barbour, widow of John White, died at 104 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 6th June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1913)

WHITE Catherine, eldest daughter of late Duncan White, Gourock, to John Campbell Smith, at 24 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 15th August 1867 by Rev MacPherson (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1867)

WHITE William, eldest son of late Francis J. White, Cumnock, died at Gourock on 1st January 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1883)

WHITE Thomas H. White, shipwright, died at Greenock on 12th May 1911, age 71, at Smithston Hospital – father of Margaret M. Barbour (Greenock Telegraph 12.05.1911)

WHITE Ralph W. E. McIver, son of Robert White, Gourock, grandson of late Alex McIver, journalist, died at Largs on 17th April 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1909 and Gourock Advertiser 23.4.1909)

WHITE William White, husband of Jane, died at 14 William Street, Greenock in March 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1873)

WHITE A son to Mr & Mrs William White, druggist, born at 2 Antigua Street, Greenock on 22nd October 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1870)

WHITE William White, chemist, to Aggie Jane, eldest daughter of Andrew Love, smith, at 7 Antigua Street, Greenock on 29th April 1869 by Rev. W. R. Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser 30.4.1869) see Agnes J

WHITE William, son of William White, causewayer, 32 Charles Street, Greenock, killed by a milk cart on 5th November 1854 age 7. (Greenock Advertiser 8.11.1864)

WHITE Thomas White, Barrow in Furness, to Elizabeth C, daughter of John Laird, coppersmith, 14 Mearns Street, Greenock on 28th February 1902 by special licence (Greenock Telegraph 01.03.1902)

WHITE John White, iron caulker, husband of Kate McIlroy, died at 14 Bouverie, Port Glasgow on 16th

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February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1913)

WHITE Margaret Hunter McNicol, wife of John White, druggist, died at 57 Union Street, Greenock on 19th July 1880 (Greenock Advertiser 20.7.1880 & Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1880)

WHITE Margaret Hay White, mother of James, died at 70 Ann Street, Greenock, in August 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1888)

WHITE Margaret Cameron, only surviving daughter of late Alex White, blacksmith, to Robert Walker, engineer, at Hillend, Greenock on 29th June 1869 by Rev P. Thompson. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1869)

WHITE Margaret, widow of Captain William White, died at 42 Ann Street, Greenock on 9th June 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.908) see Wilhelmina

WHITE Maggie, eldest daughter of Hugh White, to Robert Kincaid, Barrow-in-Furness, at Gourock on 30th December 1874 by Rev. D Macrae (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1875)

WHITE A daughter to Mr Mrs Joseph White, born at 35 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 21st November 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1874)

WHITE A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph White born at 36 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 14th May 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1872)

WHITE Joseph White, contractor, to Agnes Patterson, 3rd daughter of Alec Scott, formerly of Knocknair Greenock, at 33 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 15th August 1871 by Rev. J. Stark. (Greenock Advertiser 19.8.1871 and Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1871)

WHITE John Lindsay, youngest son of George White, died at 34 West Shaw Street, Greenock on 27th August 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1883)

WHITE A son to Captain and Mrs John White born at Clydeside Place, Port Glasgow on 5th September 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 8.9.1866)

WHITE John D White to Agnes, 3rd daughter of late William Munn, at Branchton Farm on 3rd July 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1903)

WHITE A son to Mr & Mrs Archibald White, Customs, born at 10 Hope Street, Greenock on 24th March 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1867)

WHITE Son to Mr & Mrs John White, born at 47 Belville Street, Greenock on 11th December 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1912)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs John White, born at 45 Robertson Street, Greenock on 6th May 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1910)

WHITE John White to Elizabeth, daughter of late James Highet, engineer, at 24 Patrick Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1903

WHITE John White, labourer died at 104 Drumfrochar Rd, Greenock on 3rd December 1893 age 65 wife Catherine (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1893) See Elizabeth H

WHITE A daughter born to Mr and Mrs John White, born at 4 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 28th July 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1880)

WHITE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John White, engineer, born at 1 Belville Street, Greenock on 26th September 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1874)

WHITE John White, chemist and druggist, died at 57 Union Street, Greenock on 3rd February 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 4.2.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1882)

WHITE John White. Husband of Agnes, died at 5 Arthur Street, Greenock in May 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1874)

WHITE Hugh, son of Thomson White, died at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 21st March 1874 age 2yrs 9 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1874)

WHITE Son to Mr & Mrs John D. White, baker, born at 41 Kelly Street, Greenock on 29th July1904. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1904)

WHITE Alexander White, carter, husband of Catherine Campbell, youngest son of late James White, cooper, died at Greenock Infirmary on 7th June 1907. 8 Cardwell Road, Gourock. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1907)

WHITE Elizabeth 23.2.1872 Lair 345 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Hugh 27.9.1884 Lair 384 Inverkip Street Cemetery Samuel 27.9.1884 Lair 384 Inverkip Street Cemetery John 15.8.1887 Lair 384 Inverkip Street Cemetery William 24.12.1887 Lair 124 Inverkip Street Cemetery Elizabeth Kerr(84) 14.8.1918 Lair 384 Inverkip Street Cemetery Hugh (70) 1922 Lair 384 Inverkip Street Cemetery

WHITE Mrs White, mother of James, died at 6 Market Street, Greenock in November 1880 (Greenock

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WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Whyte born at 66 Ann Street, Greenock on 19th April, 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1907)

WHITE Agnes, 2nd daughter of William White, engineer to Duncan Mitchell, chief engineer formerly of British India Co., at 32 Nelson Street, Greenock on 24th November, 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1899)

WHITE Agnes Barclay, widow of George White, died at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 6th October, 1913, age 74 (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1913)

WHITE Agnes Horn, wife of John White, engineer, formerly of Greenock, died at Wharf Street, Queensland on 3rd August 1879 age 34. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1879).

WHITE Agnes Jane Love, wife of Will White, chemist, died at 2 Antigua Street, Greenock on 27th November 1871 see William (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1871 & Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1871)

WHITE A son to Mr & Mrs White, Customs, born at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 19th April 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1868)

WHITE A daughter to Mr & Mrs A. White, born at 20 Hope Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1871)

WHITE Martha, daughter of John & Catherine White, died at 16 Park Place, Port Glasgow, on 26th October 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1901)

WHITE Alexander White to Maggie, 3rd daughter of John Hill at 16 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 15th March 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1907)

WHITE Margaret Mitchell Logan, widow of Andrew White, contractor, Montreal, sister of the late Ralph Logan, Greenock, died at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 30th July 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 2.8.1864)

WHITE Maggie Park, youngest daughter of Archibald & Annie White, died at 8 Springkell Street, Greenock on 26th March, 1896 age 3 years 6 months (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1896)

WHITE Andrew White to Mary Stewart, 2nd daughter of James McNeil, 66 Ann Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 25th July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1906)

WHITE Andrew White, ship steward, died at Greenock Infirmary on 27th November 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1910)

WHITE Annie, 3rd daughter of James White, to John Wood, at Caddlehill, Greenock in 21st April 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1887)

WHITE Ann Dick, eldest daughter of Andrew White, to Angus Clark, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 27th June 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1906)

WHITE Ann McIntyre, widow of Hugh White, died at 67 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in August 1888 age 90, mother of Thomson (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1888)

WHITE Ann McNabb, widow of Colin White, Dunoon, died at her son-in-law’s, 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 1st July 1880 age 88 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1881)

WHITE Annie Turner White, 18 Cathcart Street, Greenock, 4th daughter of the late Archibald White, blacksmith, died at Greenock Infirmary on 8th March 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1913)

WHITE Archibald White, yachtsman, Gourock, son of Captain James White, died at Gourock on 7th March 1863 age 25 (Greenock Advertiser 10.3.1863)

WHITE John, 4th son of John White, Greenock, died at Demerara on 17th September 1866. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1866)

WHITE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex White, joiner, born at 3 Customhouse Place, Greenock on 9th March 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1902)

WHITE James White, seaman, died at 5 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 16th November 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 17.11 1868)

WHITE Staff Sergeant-Major W.J. White, MME, Royal Engineers, to Elizabeth Freda, eldest daughter of F. B. Laurant, French teacher, 8 Trafalgar Street, Greenock, at St. Paul’s Valletta, Malta on 14th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1899)

WHITE James White, labourer, husband of Ann Dick, died at 51 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 14th September 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1895)

WHITE James White to Maggie, 2nd daughter of John Galbraith at Greenock on 20th September 1894 by special licence (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1894)

WHITE James White, grocer, died at 70 Ann Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1890 (Greenock

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Telegraph 23.8.1890)

WHITE James White died at 31 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 24th July 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1888)

WHITE Jams White, former teacher Gourock Parish School, died at Campfield House, Gourock on 2nd November 1886 age 73. Obit p3 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1886)

WHITE James White, slater, husband of Elizabeth, died at 1 Duncan Street, Greenock in February 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1882)

WHITE A son to Mr and Mrs James White, born at Forbes Place, Wemyss Bay on 18th March 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1881)

WHITE Captain James White died at Royal Street, Gourock on 20th June 1880 age 82 – p3. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1880)

WHITE James White of White & Hemphill, to Agnes Ogilvie, eldest daughter of William Reid, engineer, Ardenvale, Gourock, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 21 December 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1905)

WHITE James White, died at 7 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 16th April, age 58. (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1870 & Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1870)

WHITE James, eldest surviving son of John White, died at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on 27th February 1899 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1899)

WHITE James White, teacher, died at 11 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 24.12.1864)

WHITE Mary, youngest daughter of Hugh White, dairyman, 52 Cove Road, Gourock, to David T. Baldwin at Queen’s Hotel, Gourock on 21st October 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1897)

WHITE Daughter to Mr and Mrs J. White born at 3 Virginia Street, Greenock on 15th February 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1906)

WHITE Isabella Scott, wife of James White, died at 22 Crawford Street, Greenock on 26th January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1900)

WHITE Isabella McKinnon, wife of James White, joiner, died at 38 Dempster Street, Greenock on 8th May 1881 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1881)

WHITE Isabella McFarlane, wife of Archibald White, died at 25 Brymner Street, Greenock on 25th January 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1903)

WHITE Isabella, 2nd daughter of late Neil White, formerly of Loch Striven, died at Broomhill, Greenock on 21st November 1875 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1875)

WHITE Hugh White, dairyman, died at 52 Cove Road, Gourock on 16th July 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1902)

WHITE Hugh White to Eliza, only daughter of late John Kerr, shipwright, at 66 Ann Street, Greenock on 27th April 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1883)

WHITE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James White, joiner, born at 38 Dempster Street, Greenock on 19th October 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1878)

WHITE Jane Menzies, daughter of John and Margaret White, died at 6 Duff Street, Greenock on 21st November 1901 age 27 (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1901)

WHITE John White, chemist, to Margaret Hunter, daughter of the late John McNicoll, Tarbet, at 4 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 24th September 1859 by Rev J.J. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1850)

WHITE Jessie Irving, wife of William White, engineer, died at 23 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 20th April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1985)

WHITE Jean Campbell, eldest daughter of late Alex White, died at 24 Lyle Street, Greenock on 16th March 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1904)

WHITE Jeanie, youngest daughter of John and Catherine White, died at 12 Park Place, Port Glasgow, on 17th May 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1905)

WHITE Jeanie, wife of James White, died at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock in March 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1899)

WHITE Jeanie, youngest daughter of the late David White, to William Kennedy, Ayr, at St Stephen’s, Greenock on 24th August 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1898)

WHITE Janet McGown, widow of Alex White, died at 6 John Street, Greenock on 8th September 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1874)

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WHITE Janet McFarlane Dick, wife of James White, daughter of late John Dick, butcher, Greenock, died at 29 White Street, Govan on 12th February 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1899)

WHITE Janet, daughter of the late Captain James White, Gourock died at Paisley on 6th September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1913)

WHITE Janet, youngest daughter of late Alex White, died at 24 Lyle Street, Greenock on 26th June 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1900

WHITE A daughter to Mr & Mrs James White, salesman, born at 113 Dempster Street, Greenock on 29th June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1895)

WHITE Janet, only daughter of the late Donald White, to Neil Lamont, merchant sailor, at Hamilton Street, Greenock on 19th June 1849 by Rev McFarlane (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1849)

WHITE James White to Margaret, daughter of the late Robert Walker, at 25 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 26th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1906)

WHITE Jane Anderson White, mother-in-law of James Donaldson, died at 56 Wellington Street. Greenock in January 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1882)

WHITE Jane, eldest daughter of Archibald White, iron-finisher, to Donald Maclean, shipwright, at Shepherds Hall, Greenock on 11th April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1902)

WHITE James Thom White to Sarah 3rd daughter of William Williamson, Rathlin Island, at 19 Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock on 26th January 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1906)

WHITE James McIlwraith White, 14 Inverkip Street, Greenock, died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 24th September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1913)

WHITE James D White to Lizzie Cleland, daughter of William Napier, former Governor of Greenock Prison, at Redlands, Robertson St, Greenock on 2nd July 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1903)

WHITE James Campbell White, joiner, 70 Ann Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 5th February 1883 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1883)

WHITE James White, angle iron smith, died at 4 Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 11th October 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1910)

WHITE Son to Mr & Mrs James White, engineer, born at 25 Bank Street, Greenock on 29th April 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1908)

WHITE/WHYTE Archibald, eldest son of John White, painter, died at 10 Hay Street, Greenock on 30th July 1881 age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.188)

WHITE/WHYTE Mary White died at 24 Lyle Street, Greenock on 28th August 1909 only surviving daughter of late Alex Whyte, Rashfield, Kilmun. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1909)

WHITECROSS Mary White, wife of William Whitecross, stationmaster, died at Fyfe Park, Port Glasgow on 20th April 1903 age 42. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1903 and Port Glasgow Express 24.4.1903)

WHITECROSS Thomas Whitecross, to Elsie, youngest daughter of the late David McLagan, Port Glasgow, at 86 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 15th January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1914)

WHITEFIELD Thomas Whitefield, died at 11 Glenburn Avenue, Port Glasgow, 14 April 1912. (Port Glasgow Express 19.4.1912)

WHITEFORD Alexander Whiteford, 14 Bowling Street, Campbeltown, killed at Greenock West Station on 3rd August 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1905)

WHITEFORD Mary Ray, wife of John Whiteford, blacksmith, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 6 Bell Street, Renfrew on 12th April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1901)

WHITEFORD Maggie Cameron, daughter of Robert & Margaret Whiteford, bandmaster, died at 31 Nelson Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1891, age 21. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1891)

WHITEFORD Margaret Christian Stevenson, eldest daughter of Doctor James Whiteford, 6 Forsyth Street, to Major W.W.B. Whiteford, Royal Engineers, at St John’s, Greenock on 18th August 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1887)

WHITEFORD Margaret Christian Stevenson, widow of William Whiteford Bell Whiteford, major, Royal Engineers, eldest daughter of Doctor James Whiteford, died at 6 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 10th October 1891, age 25. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1891) see William B. W: Ethel.

WHITEFORD Margaret Dunn, 2nd daughter of Edward Whiteford, joiner, to Alexander Muir, engineer, at 12 Tobago Street, Greenock on 31st December 1866 by Rev Robertson (Greenock Advertiser 3.1.1867)

WHITEFORD Margaret Fulton, wife of Robert Whiteford, jnr, merchant, died at 89 Roxburgh Street,

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Greenock on 2nd January 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1873) see Robert jnr

WHITEFORD Margaret Wilson Stevenson, wife of Dr. James Whiteford, died at 6 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 28th Feb. 1874 (Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1874 & Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1874)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr and Mrs R. Whiteford, born at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 31st January 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 31.01.1872)

WHITEFORD Martha, eldest daughter of Andrew Whiteford, gasfitter, 15 Roxburgh Street, to Andrew Horsburgh, chief engineer, at Borland’s Hotel, Greenock on 4th April 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1895) see Andrew.

WHITEFORD John Whiteford, died at 2 John Wood Street, Port Glasgow, on 18th November 1913, age 16 ½. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1913)

WHITEFORD Mary Rule, Youngest daughter of late Andrew Whiteford, to Robert Duncan at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 9th March 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 10.03.1900) see Andrew

WHITEFORD Neilana Shaw, infant daughter of James Whiteford, died at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 19th February 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 19.02.1877)

WHITEFORD Rachel Halden, widow of Andrew Whiteford, died at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 21st January 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1905) see Andrew

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Whiteford, saddler, born at 35 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 21st November 1865 Elizabeth Walker Harrower. (Greenock Advertiser 23.11.1865)`

WHITEFORD Robert Whiteford to Maggie, 2nd daughter of late Mr Fulton, accountant, Greenock, at Prospecthill, Hunter’s Quay on 11th June 1867 by Reverend B. Smith (Greenock Advertiser 15.06.1867) see Margaret F.

WHITEFORD James H. Whiteford, to Catherine Marquis, daughter of late William Cameron, painter, at 21 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 16th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1893)

WHITEFORD Marion Purdie, widow of John Whiteford, formerly of Greenock, died at 68 Cartside Street, Langside, Glasgow on 28th April 1907- buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1907)

WHITEFORD John Whiteford, gardener, 18 Kelly Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 5th June 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1889) see Jane.

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs James H. Whiteford, painter, born at 52 Kelly Street, Greenock on 11th April 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1894.)

WHITEFORD Jane, 2nd daughter of late John Whiteford, gardener, to Arthur Trevor Gauld, at Brookfield, 30 Esplanade, Greenock on 17th September 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1891) see John

WHITEFORD Mrs Janet Whiteford, formerly of Greenock, killed in an accident at Oakland, California on 31st March 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1898)

WHITEFORD Janet Laird, wife of Robert Whiteford, former grocer and spirit dealer, died at 83 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 2nd May 1872 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1872) see Elizabeth, W.H., Robert

WHITEFORD Janet Shaw, 3rd surviving daughter of James Whiteford, joiner, granddaughter of late Neil Shaw, died at 10 Kelly Street, Greenock on 17th December 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1896)

WHITEFORD Jeanie, daughter of William Whiteford, joiner to John G. Hilliard, engineer, at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 30th June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1899)

WHITEFORD Margaret, 2nd daughter of Henry Whiteford, to John Dunn, compositor, at 4 Ann Street, Greenock on 10th August 1860 by Reverend A. Morton. (Greenock Advertiser 11.8.1860)

WHITEFORD John Whiteford died at 7 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 11th December 1870, age 48. (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1870) see Kate.

WHITEFORD Kate, only daughter of late John Whiteford, to Archibald McKay, carpenter, at St Mary’s R.C. Church, Greenock on 1st September 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1873) see John

WHITEFORD John, eldest son of John Whiteford, brassfinisher, died at 13 Crescent Street, Greenock on 30th September 1899, age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1899)

WHITEFORD John Whiteford, Port Glasgow, to Mary Harrington at St John’s Barrow on 23rd December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1901)

WHITEFORD John Whiteford to Lena, daughter of William Melrose, at Lilybank, Port Glasgow, on 14th December 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1905)

WHITEFORD Son to Mr & Mrs J. Whiteford, born at the Lodge, Birkmyre Park, Port Glasgow, on 11th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1909)

WHITEFORD John Whiteford, brassfinisher, husband of Margaret Crawford, died at 4 Mount Pleasant

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Street, Greenock on 15th January 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1910)

WHITEFORD John Whiteford, blacksmith, died at 23 Balfour Street, Port Glasgow, on 22nd March 1912, age 74. (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1912)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr. And Mrs Robert Whiteford, born at 19 Belville Street, Greenock on 22 July 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1873)

WHITEFORD Jeanie Crawford, youngest daughter of Robert & Lizzie Whiteford, insurance agent, died at 85 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 23rd February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1912)

WHITEFORD William Whiteford, joiner, to Mary A. 2nd daughter of Myles Fletcher, boilermaker at 27 Lynedoch St, Greenock on 3rd June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1902).

WHITEFORD William Whiteford, joiner, to Helen, daughter of James Roxburgh, carpenter, at 18 Tobago Street, Greenock on 15th November 1872 by Reverend J.B Smith (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1872)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Whiteford, joiner, born at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 18th December 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1874)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Whiteford, wood turner, born at 11 Regent Street, Greenock on 1st March 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1877) Agnes Brodie died 21st August 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 23.8.1877, Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1877)

WHITEFORD William Whiteford died at Well Close, Port Glasgow on 31st July 1891 age 22. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1891)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr & Mrs William Whiteford, woodturner, born at 11 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1892)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Will Whiteford, flesher, born at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 4th May 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1896).

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr and Mrs R. Whiteford, born at 3 Salmon Street, Greenock on 13th June 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 14.06.1870)

WHITEFORD Son to Mr & Mrs Will Whiteford, flesher born at 6 Holmscroft St, Greenock on 20th Aug 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1899).

WHITEFORD Sarah Dunn, daughter of Robert Whiteford, to James Arthur Irvine at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 29th October 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1909)

WHITEFORD William Whiteford, joiner, died at 93 Roxburgh St, Greenock on 14th October 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1906)

WHITEFORD William Whiteford, woodturner, 30 years with Scott & Co., husband of E. Brodie, died at 33 Lynedoch St, Greenock on 17th September, 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1905)

WHITEFORD William Bell Whiteford, major Royal Engineers, died at Nagpur, Central India on 11th June, 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1891) see Margaret C. S.

WHITEFORD Wilson Shaw Whiteford, Greenock, to Ann Stewart, daughter of Dugald Campbell, Osbourne Hall, cove road, at the Manse, Gourock on 15th June 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1898)

WHITEFORD Son to Mr & Mrs Wilson Whiteford, steward, born at Criterion Buildings, Gourock on 21st September 1899.(Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1899)

WHITEFORD Son to Mr & Mrs Wilson Whiteford, steward, born at Osbourne House, Gourock on 11th October 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1901)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Will Whiteford, flesher, born at 97 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 5th July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1897).

WHITEFORD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteford, grocer, born at 30 Wellington Street, Greenock on 21st April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1907)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr. And Mrs Robert. Whiteford, born at 19 Belville Street, Greenock on 4th March 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1875)

WHITEFORD Robert, son of Robert Whiteford, saddler, died at 89 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in February 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1873)

WHITEFORD Robert Whiteford, grocer & spirit merchant. died at 2 Orangefield Place, Greenock on 5th May 1877, age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1877) see Janet L.

WHITEFORD Robert Whiteford to Maggie Young, 6th daughter of late John McMillan, master shipwright, at 9 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 30th April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1884)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteford, jnr, Claude House, Ardnadam, born at 9 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 18th May 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1885)

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WHITEFORD A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteford, coal merchant, born at Stuart Place, Kilmacolm on 24th August 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1895)

WHITEFORD William Whiteford, Tobago Street, Greenock to Elizabeth Brodie, Greenock, at Lothian Road, Edinburgh on 3rd June 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1868)

WHITEFORD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteford, grocer born at 30 Wellington Street, Greenock on 30th April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1904)

WHITEFORD Major W.W.B. Whiteford, Royal Engineers, to Margaret Christian Stevenson, eldest daughter of Dr James Whiteford, 6 Forsyth Street, at St John’s, Greenock on 18th August 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1887)

WHITEFORD Robert Whiteford, former baker at Greenock, formerly of Sandbank, died at Stanley Villa, Ardnadam on 25th February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2 1904)

WHITEFORD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteford, born at 17 Nelson St W, Greenock on 7th November 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1909)

WHITEFORD Daughter to M & Mrs Robert Whiteford, insurance agent, born at 85 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 6th October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1911)

WHITEFORD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteford insurance agent, died at 85 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 7th March 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1913)

WHITEFORD Robert Brodie, 2nd son of William Whiteford, woodturner, died at 33 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 8th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1897)

WHITEFORD Twin daughters to Mr and Mrs Whiteford, born at 23 Wellington Street, Greenock on 12th October. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1871) see Elizabeth Oatley

WHITEFORD Robert Beck, youngest son of Robert Whiteford, bandmaster, died at 67 Belville Street, Greenock on 17th September 1878.. (Greenock Advertiser 18.9.1878 & Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1878) see Emily K, Isabella B.

WHITEFORD Robert Whiteford to Elizabeth Clinsty, eldest daughter of late Hendry O’Neil, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on 14th April 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4 1903)

WHITEFORD A son to Mrs and Mrs David E. Whiteford, engineer, born at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 16th October 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1892)

WHITEFORD Helen Mary Mason, wife of Doctor James Whiteford, died at 11 Margaret Street, Greenock on 21 December 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1902) see Ethel

WHITEFORD Ethel, daughter of Doctor James Whiteford, Forsyth Street, to Reverend D. Campbell Sinton, Saint Andrew’s, Uddingston, at St John’s, Greenock on 8th February 1905 –p2 (Greenock Telegraph 09.02.1905) see Helen M.M: Margaret C.S.

WHITEFORD Daughter to Mr and Mrs Alfred Whiteford, painter, born at 18 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 15th August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1899)

WHITEFORD Elizabeth W.H., eldest daughter of late Robert Whiteford, grocer, to James Crawford, butcher, Roxburgh Street, at 23 Finnart Street, Greenock on 10th August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1886) see Janet L.

WHITEFORD Elizabeth Walker Harrower, wife of Robert Whiteford, saddler, died at 35 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 26th November1865, daughter born 21st November 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 28.11.1865)

WHITEFORD Elizabeth Oatley, only child of William Whiteford, died at 28 Wellington Street, Greenock on 4th May 1872 age 15 months (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1872)

WHITEFORD Elizabeth Caldwell, only surviving daughter of William Whiteford, wood turner, died at 11 Regent Street, Greenock on 17th October 1883, age 8 weeks. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1883) see Bowman

WHITEFORD Son to Mr & Mrs Edward Whiteford born at 16 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 6th July 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1905)

WHITEFORD Edward Humphrey Whiteford to Hannah, daughter of Andrew Miller, joiner, 19 Belville Street, at Crawford’s Café, Greenock on 26th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1900)

WHITEFORD Donald McPherson, youngest son of Alex and Minnie Whiteford, died at 2 John Wood Street, Port Glasgow on 12th December 1912 age 3yrs 10months. (Port Glasgow Examiner 13.12.1912)

WHITEFORD Isabella Buckley, daughter of Robert Whiteford, bandmaster, 1 Orangefield Place, to John Lochore, at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 4th October 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 05.10.1912)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr and Mrs David E. Whiteford, engineer, born at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on

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29th August 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1896)

WHITEFORD Flora, daughter of William and Mary Whiteford, died at Greenock Infirmary on 20 December 1897 age 3 years 3 months (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1897)

WHITEFORD Christiana Tulloch, youngest daughter of John Whiteford, brass finisher, died at 29 Crescent Street, Greenock on 16th December 1893 age 3yrs 4months. (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1893)

WHITEFORD Christiana Tulloch, wife of John Whiteford, died at 29 Crescent Street, Greenock on 21st April 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1893)

WHITEFORD Catherine Hamilton, wife of Robert Whiteford, baker, formerly of Greenock, died at Sandbank on 21st February 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1898)

WHITEFORD Bowman, son of William Whiteford, woodturner, died at 11 Regent Street, Greenock on 15th August 1882 age 18months (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1882) See Elizabeth C.

WHITEFORD Ann Allan Turnbull, youngest daughter of Robert Whiteford, grocer and spirit merchant, died at 55 Roxburgh Street, Greenock 28th January 1871. (Greenock Advertiser 28.1.1871)

WHITEFORD Andrew, only son of David E. Whiteford, engineer, died at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on 14th October 1907 age 15. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1907)

WHITEFORD James Whiteford, joiner, aged 72, died at 10 Kelly Street, Greenock on 3rd January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1914)

WHITEFORD Agnes, eldest daughter of Robert Whiteford, bandmaster, Orangefield Place, to James Caruaghan, Lloyd’s surveyor, Middlesbro’, at Wesleyan Methodist Church, Greenock on 11th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1900)

WHITEFORD Andrew Whiteford, gasfitter, husband of Rachel, died at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 21st December 1897 age 58 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1897) see Mary R, Rachel H, Martha

WHITEFORD Son and daughter to Mr and Mrs Alfred Whiteford, painter, born at 18 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 4th March 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1901). Rachel died 20th March 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1901)

WHITEFORD David Simpson, son of John and Mary Whiteford, died at 3 Carnegie Gardens, Port Glasgow, on 23rd November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1913)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Whiteford, joiner, born at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 29th January 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1888)

WHITEFORD Dr. James Whiteford, Greenock to Helen Morrison Kerr, elder daughter of late George Harper, 28 Colville Terrace, London & Fairfield House Saxmundham, at All Saints, Kensington Park, London on 28th Sept. 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1912)

WHITEFORD Janie Alexander, daughter of James & Janet Whiteford, joiner, died at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 18th November 1887 age four and a half (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1887)

WHITEFORD Robert H Whiteford, husband of Maggie, formerly of Greenock, died at 3 Buchanan Street, Johnstone on 30th April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1895)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr & Mrs. James Whiteford, joiner, born at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 9th Mar.1891 (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1891)

WHITEFORD Daughter to Dr. & Mrs James H.G. Whiteford, born at 6 Eldon Street, Greenock on 20th June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1899)

WHITEFORD Dr. James Harris Garcia Whiteford, to Edith May, twin daughter of Thomas May Thorne, Warwood, at St John’s Greenock on 5th December 1895- P2 home Glendonwyn, Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1895)

WHITEFORD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James H. Whiteford, painter born at 37 Kelly Street, Greenock on 18th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1899)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr & Mrs James H. Whiteford, painter, born at 52 Kelly Street, Greenock on 13th August 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1897)

WHITEFORD Emily Kilvington, daughter of Robert Whiteford, bandmaster, died at Orangefield Place, Greenock on 12th May 1898 age 12 (Greenock Telegraph 13.05.1898) see Robert B

WHITEFORD James, son of James Whiteford, Greenock to Grace, youngest daughter of late William Obray Sharp, Dirkhill Road, Bradford, at St. Giles District register Office, London on 17th January 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1911)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Doctor and Mrs James Whiteford, born at 6 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 2 October 1866 Margaret Christian Stevenson. (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1866)

WHITEFORD James Whiteford to Helen Mary, youngest daughter of the late Robert Mason, Heriotshall,

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Berwick, at St. John’s, Greenock on 24th November 1885 (Greenock 25.11.1885)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr and Mrs James Whiteford born at 65 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 24th November 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1871)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Whiteford, tobacconist, born at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 25th June 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 25.06.1883)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Whiteford, tobacconist, born at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 25th December 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1883)

WHITEFORD A son to Mr and Mrs James Whiteford, tobacconist, born at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 29th March 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 29.03.1875)

WHITEFORD A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Whiteford, tobacconist, born at 41 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 25th August 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 25.08.1873)

WHITEHEAD James, age 67 years, late of Port Glasgow, died at 11 Lochside Street, Crossmyloof on January 17th 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1914)

WHITEHEAD Annie Combe, wife of John Whitehead, died at Craigend, Shankland Road, Greenock on 19th June 1913 – buried Edinburgh. (Port Glasgow Express 20.6.1913)

WHITEHEAD Ann Wightman, wife of Andrew Whitehead, goods agent, N.B. Railway, 12 Lynedoch Street Died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th July 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1909)

WHITEHEAD John, son of James Whitehead, Newark Hall, Port Glasgow. Killed at Philadelphia on 17th December, 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1901 and Port Glasgow Express 11.1.1901)

WHITEHEAD Daughter to Mr and Mrs R.G. Whitehead, Blackwood, USA, born at 43 West Burn Street, Greenock on 20th July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1907)

WHITEHEAD Joseph Whitehead, coal merchant, Paisley, died at Waterbeck, Victoria Road, Gourock on 13th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1902)

WHITEHILL John Whitehill to Jane Pattison, 4th daughter of David McKellar, pilot, 30 Kelly Street, at Forester’s Hall, Greenock on 28th December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1894)

WHITEHILL Matthew Whitehill, traveller for Thorne & Curtis, died at Bridgend Farm, Inverkip, on 30th May 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 3.6.1853)

WHITEHILL A son to Mr & Mrs John Whitehill, born at 7 Hope Street, Greenock on 25th October 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1895)

WHITEHILL David, infant son of John & Jeanie Whitehill, boilermaker, died at 17 John Street, Greenock on 21st December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1901)

WHITEHILL Daniel Whitehill, shipwright, died at 18 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 31st January 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1909)

WHITEHILL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whitehill, joiner, born at 3 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 16th December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1891)

WHITEHILL A son to Mr 7 Mrs Robert Whitehill, born at Under Crescent, Greenock, on 19th February 1855. (Greenock Advertiser 20.2.1855)

WHITEHILL Clementina McLaren, 2nd daughter of Daniel Whitehill, carpenter, to James Craig, blacksmith, at Greenock on 4th July 1873 by Rev G. Mair. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1873)

WHITEHILL Daniel Whitehill, carpenter, to Barbara Combe, at 25 Vennel, Greenock on 18th February 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1898)

WHITEHILL Alexander, youngest son of John & Jeanie Whitehill, boilermaker, died at 17 John Street, Greenock, on 25th December 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1908)

WHITEHOUSE Samuel Whitehouse, Derby, to Ella, eldest daughter of late Charles T. Ramage, chief engineer, China Navigation Co., at Tontine, Greenock on 14th November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1905)

WHITELAW A son to Mr. And Mrs H.N. Whitelaw, born at 55 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 28th December 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1881)

WHITELAW Margaret, 2nd daughter of the late Mr Whitelaw, shipbuilder, Greenock, to Robert Wilson, plumber, Port Glasgow, on the 28th August 1863 by the Reverend Bell, at Williamson’s Lane, Port Glasgow (Greenock Advertiser 1.9.1863.)

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Whitelaw, blacksmith, born at 47,Roxburgh Street, Greenock on the 7th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1898.)

WHITELAW A son to Mr and Mrs John Whitelaw, born at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on the 29th October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph, 29.10.1894.)

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WHITELAW Jane Park, 2nd daughter of Adam Whitelaw, blacksmith, 22 Lyle Street, to William Allan, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 29th June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 30.06.1899) see James A.

WHITELAW James Arthur, son of Adam Whitelaw, blacksmith, 22 Lyle Street, Greenock, died at Samalkot, Madras on 4th May 1901 age 25 (Greenock Telegraph 13.05.1901) see Jane P

WHITELAW James eldest son of late Robert Whitelaw, Airdrie and Greenock, died at Ashton-under-Lyne on 25th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 27.05.1902) see Robert

WHITELAW James Whitelaw died at 15 Market Street, Greenock in July 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 06.07.1867))

WHITELAW Isabella McKenzie, widow of Alex Whitelaw, brick builder, died at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 22 October 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1883) see Alex

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alexander Whitelaw, builder, born at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 20th August 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 22.8.1877) Isabella Morrison died 9th Aug 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1890)

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. H.N. Whitelaw, born at 5 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 24th December 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1883)

WHITELAW Mary, infant daughter of the late Gilbert Whitelaw, irondriller, died at 27th June 1904.(Greenock Telegraph, 28.6.1904.) See Gilbert.

WHITELAW Hugh Niven Whitelaw to Nelly Wilson Hay, daughter of Lewis Reid, at 55 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 7th April 1881, now Westown, Lilybank, Port Glasgow (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1906)

WHITELAW Hugh Niven Whitelaw to Nelly Wilson Hay, daughter of Lewis Reid, at 55 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 7th April 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1881)

WHITELAW Gilbert Whitelaw, driller, died at 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1903. See Mary (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1903)

WHITELAW Elizabeth Park, Mrs Whitelaw died at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 19th February 1896. Mother of Robert. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1896)

WHITELAW Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Whitelaw, 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th December 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1888)

WHITELAW Ann Arnot, 3rd Daughter of late John Whitelaw, to Murdoch McLeod, lighter master at 36 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 7th January 1878 by Reverend McCulloch. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1878)

WHITELAW Ann Arnot, 3rd daughter of the late John Whitelaw, to Murdoch McLeod, lighter master, at 36 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on the 7th January 1878 by the Reverend McCulloch. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1878.)

WHITELAW Andrew Whitelaw, chemist, Wishaw, to Annie, daughter of late John Kirk, Greenock, at Tyant, Bonhill on 1st July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1897)

WHITELAW Alexandra, only daughter of late Alexander Whitelaw, contractor, to James Notman at Greenock on 26th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1906) see Alex.

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Whitelaw, builder, born at 49 Mearns Street Greenock on 4th October 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1878)

WHITELAW A son to Mr. and Mrs Hugh N. Whitelaw, cashier, born at 12 Robertson Street, Greenock on 15th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 15.06.1893)

WHITELAW Robert Whitelaw to Jane Morton, 2nd daughter of Robert Stewart, pansman, at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 29th November 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1889)

WHITELAW Williamina, wife of Robert Whitelaw, died at 13 Ardgowan St W Greenock on 2nd March 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1893)

WHITELAW William B. Whitelaw, inland Revenue, Dublin to Susie, eldest daughter of Frank Docherty, cooper, 15 Nelson Street, at St John’s , Greenock on 2nd Aug 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1888)

WHITELAW William, son of Adam Whitelaw, smith, died at 22 Lyle Street, Greenock 0n 17th Aug 1897 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1897)

WHITELAW Thomas Whitelaw, chief engineer, ss Aracan, only son of Thomas Whitelaw 8 Margaret Street, husband of Roberta Scott, 34 Dempster Street, Greenock drowned in the Red Sea on 1st January 1908 age 32 p2. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1908)

WHITELAW Thomas Whitelaw, engineer, to Roberta Jamieson, youngest daughter of Alex Scott,

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Granddaughter of late Bailie R.W. Jamieson, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 5th February 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1907)

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whitelaw. Coppersmith, born at 24 Wellington St, Greenock on 5 April 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1891)

WHITELAW A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whitelaw, coppersmith, born at 25 Ann St, Greenock on 13 February 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1876)

WHITELAW Robert Whitelaw, formerly of Airdrie, died at 9 Ardgowan Sq., Greenock on 14th April 1902 age 81 see James. (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1902)

WHITELAW Robert Whitelaw, formerly of Greenock, died at 8 Wallace St, Clydebank on 28th September 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1898)

WHITELAW A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitelaw, clerk, born at 85 Roxburgh St, Greenock on 3rd February 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1893)

WHITELAW Margaret, infant daughter of the late Daniel Whitelaw, writer, Greenock, died at 156 Buccleuch Street, Greenock on the 18th July, 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 21.7.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1868.)

WHITELAW Robert Whitelaw, clerk, died at 81 Roxburgh St, Greenock on 11th May 1895 age 31 wife Janet. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1895)

WHITELAW Mary, only daughter of Robert Whitelaw, coal merchant, to Murdoch Galbreath, at 22 Robertson Street, Greenock on the 13th April 1880 by the Reverend J. Dann (Greenock Advertiser 14.4.1880.Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1880.)

WHITELAW A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitelaw, born at 38 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 31st May 1888, died the same day. (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1888)

WHITELAW Robert Whitelaw to Mary Londsay, youngest daughter of late Walter Carson, shipwright, at Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 2nd March 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1887)

WHITELAW A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitelaw, jnr., coal merchant, born at 13 Ardgowan Street W, Greenock on 27th March 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1887)

WHITELAW Robert Whitelaw, jnr, Greenock, to Isabella Augusta, younger daughter of Wm Finlay, formerly of Customs, Greenock, at 2 Alfred Place, Gourock on 16th June 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1885)

WHITELAW Nellie, daughter of Hugh N. Whitelaw, Westoun, to Richard George, elder son of john Henry Pakeman, Coventry house, Swindon, at Parish Church, Port Glasgow on 18th September 1911 – p3. (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1911) (PGE 20.9.1911)

WHITELAW Mary McGregor, elder daughter of late Alex Whitelaw, builder, to William, 2nd son of David Wingate, rivet maker, Port Glasgow, at 3 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 21st August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1907) see Alex

WHITELAW Mary McGregor, widow of Alex Whitelaw, Glasgow, died at 27,Lynedoch Street, Greenock on the 22nd January,1873, aged 74.(Greenock Telegraph, 23.1.1873.)

WHITELAW Mary McAndrew, widow of William Whitelaw, formerly of Glasgow, died at Westfield, Kilmacolm on the 27th November,1883.(Greenock Advertiser, 29.11.1883.)

WHITELAW Mary Whitelaw died at 49,Mearns Street, Greenock on the 24th May 1905 aged 80 (Greenock Telegraph, 24.5.1905.)

WHITELAW Jane, eldest daughter of Thomas Whitelaw, coppersmith, 19 Wellington Street, to Alexander Glenesk, at Western Hotel, Greenock on 25th December 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1900)

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitelaw, born at Greenock on 29th Aug 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1892)

WHITELAW John Whitelaw to Margaret McNeill, youngest daughter of late Gilbert Johnstone, rigger, at 1 Houston Street, Greenock on 9th February 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 12.02.1894)

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alexander Whitelaw, builder, born at Upper Mearns Street, Greenock on 10th February 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1876 Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1876) Catherine Morrison died on 9th July 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1876 Greenock Advertiser 13.7.1876)

WHITELAW Margaret Johnstone, wife of Mr Whitelaw, formerly of Lyle Street, Greenock, housekeeper to Robert Drummond, carpenter, 15 Clune Brae foot, died on 19th October 1909 – p3. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1909 & Port Glasgow Express 22.10.1909)

WHITELAW Adam Whitelaw, blacksmith, to Janet, eldest daughter of Andrew Erskine, at Port Glasgow, on

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31st December 1860 now, 22 Lyle Street, GK. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1911)

WHITELAW Adam Whitelaw, blacksmith, died at 22 Lyle Street, Greenock on 22nd August 1912 age 79. (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1912)

WHITELAW Agnes, 4th daughter, of Adam Whitelaw, smith, died at 22 Lyle Street, Greenock on 23rd April 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1989)

WHITELAW Alexander Whitelaw, contractor, to Isabella, daughter of late James Mackenzie, at 52 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th June 1874 by Rev McCulloch. (Greenock Advertiser 13.6.1874)

WHITELAW Alexander Whitelaw, brickmaker and builder, died at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 30th October 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1878 Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1878) see Isabella M; Alexandra?; Mary McG.

WHITELAW A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alexander Whitelaw, born at Upper Mearns Street, Greenock on 1st February 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1875)

WHITELAW Adam Whitelaw to Margaret, 3rd daughter of Late Wm Johnston, commercial traveller, at Crawford’s Hall, GK on 8th October 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1913)

WHITELY Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whiteley, born at 20 Benview Terr. Port Glasgow on 3rd April 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1913)

WHITEMAN Elizabeth Adams,2nd daughter of Wm H Whiteman, 4 Houston St, Port Glasgow, to Harry J Steele, at Ritchie’s Hotel, Gk on 1st Aug 1912 (Greenock telegraph 2.8.1912 & Port Glasgow Express 2.8.1912)

WHITEMAN Walter Woodhams, eldest son of W.W. Whiteman, Glengarr House, Dunoon, to Mary Louisa, eldest daughter of late John Maclosky, Mount Park, Greenock at Riverton, New Zealand on 19 th June 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1862)

WHITEMAN Francis, age 79 years, late 2nd Battalion Scottish Rifles died at 29 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 19th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1914)

WHITESIDE Matilda Ann Hyndman, wife of David Whiteside, grocer, 3 Mackenzie St, died at Greenock Infirmary on 6th February 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1904)

WHITESIDE Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteside, Irondriller, born at 10 Carnock Street, Greenock on 19th December 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1911)

WHITESIDE Jeanie, only daughter of Thomas and Lizzie died at 27 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 10th May 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1914)

WHITESIDE Son to Mr & Mrs Henry Whiteside, formerly of Port Glasgow, born at British Columbia Hospital, Vancouver on 28th February 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 26 .3.1912)

WHITESIDE Rebecca McCulloch, wife of William Whiteside, driller, died at Doyle’s Land. Port Glasgow on 11th February 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1892)

WHITESIDE Son to Mr & Mrs Henry Whiteside born at Town Blds, Port Glasgow on 21st January 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1905 & Port Glasgow Express 27.1.1905)

WHITESIDE Son to Mr & Mrs Henry Whiteside, born at Town Blds, Port Glasgow on 10thSeptember 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1903)

WHITESIDE Henry Whiteside to Mary, only daughter of James Steel, burgh officer at Town Blds, Port Glasgow, on 24th October 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1902 & Port Glasgow Express 31.10.1902)

WHITESIDE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whiteside, born at 5 Carnock Street, Greenock on 16th November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1907)

WHITHEAD Robert George Whitehead to Margaret Brown, eldest daughter of Alex McDougall, labourer, 43 West Burn Street, at Good Templar Hall, Kilblain Street, Greenock on 19th April 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1905)

WHITHILL Barbara Combs, wife of Daniel Whithill, died at 24 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 18th October 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1904)

WHITSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whitson, born at 37 Crawford Street, Greenock on 6th January 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1871)

WHITSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whitson jun., brassfinisher, born at 18 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 21 February 1898 (Greenock Telegraph on 21 February 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1898)

WHITSON Anne Kidd, wife of Francis Whitson, died at Greenock on 9th December 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1845)

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WHITSON John McNeil, 2nd son of Robert Whitson, died at 39 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1871)

WHITSON Jemina Irvine, wife of Robert Whitson, junior, brassfinisher, died at 18a Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 1st January 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1900).

WHITSON The infant son of Robert Whitson died at 39 Crawfurd St, Greenock on 22nd March 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1872)

WHITSON A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitson, born at 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 29th Mar 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1876)

WHITSON A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whitson, brassfinisher, born at 40 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 12th July 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1878) see Mary Sinclair died 26th September 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1878)

WHITSON Robert Whitson, brother-in-law of John Strong, died at 21 Mearns Street, Greenock in June 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1884)

WHITSON A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Whitson, jun., brassfinisher, born at 18 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 28th December 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1895)

WHITSON Robert Whitson to Mary, 3rd daughter of William Wallace, moulder, at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 15th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1904)

WHITSON Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitson jun, brassfinisher, born at 31 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 11thJune 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1905)

WHITSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Whitson jun, brassfinisher, born at 31 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 9th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1906)

WHITSON William McNeill Whitson to youngest daughter of James Orr, Blacksmith at 6 Antigua Street, Greenock on 9th October 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1895)

WHITSON Robert Whitson, brass finisher, to Jeminia, daughter of John Luine, slater 71 Wellington Street, at Forester’s Halls, Greenock 0n 21 St December 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1893)

WHITTAKER Mary, wife of Charles Whittaker, 2nd daughter of late Daniel McLaughlin died at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 23rd September 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1912)

WHITTAKER Charles Whittaker to Mary, 2nd daughter of Daniel McLaughlin at St Mary’s, Greenock on 11th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1907)

WHITTAKER Dorothy, daughter of Charles & Mary Whittaker, dies at 13 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 7th February 1910 age 6 months. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1910)

WHITTEN John Whitten, formerly of Perthshire died at Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 21st September 1871 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1871)

WHITTET Barbara Wilson, daughter of John Whittet, Kilmacolm, died at Johnstone on 16th October 1893 age 19 See John (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1893)

WHITTET John Whittet, carter, died at Kilmacolm on 13th November 1899 the result of an accident – p3. See Barbara (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1899)

WHITTET Bessie McGregor, daughter of Alex Whittet, died at Smithston Lodge, Greenock on 18th February 1913. See Jeanie W. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1913)

WHITTET Jeanie Woodrow, eldest daughter of Alex Whittet, 1 The Lodge, Smithston, to Samuel Reid, at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 7th June 1918. see Bessie McQ. (Greenock Telegraph 13.06.1912)

WHITTINGHAM Harold Edward, 2nd son of Captain Whittingham Royal Navy, to Agnes, only son of Doctor William Seright, 14 Ardgowan Square , Greenock at Tontine, Greenock on 11th June1912 (Greenock Telegraph 12.06.1912)

WHITTINGHAM Daughter to Mr And Mrs W. Whittingham, staff engineer, Royal Navy, born at 40 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 21st October 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1902)

WHTYE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, born at 1 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 6th June 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1874)

WHTYE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, born at 1 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 29th July 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1872)

WHYTE Mary Morris, wife of Archibald Whyte, engine driver, died at 23 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 13th February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1890) see Archibald

WHYTE Margaret Redpath, wife of Allan died at Royal Infirmary on 25th April 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1914)

WHYTE Margaret Redpath, wife of Allan died at Royal Infirmary, Glasgow on 25th April 1914

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WHYTE Son to Mr & Mrs Robert N. Whyte, born at 42 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 21st August 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1901)

WHYTE Captain Robert Whyte of the brig Hebe, to Anne, daughter of Mr Hodgson, Cumberland, at St. John’s Episcopal Church Greenock, on 2nd June 1840 by Rev G.T. Mostyn. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1840)

WHYTE Mary Ferguson, widow of Duncan Whyte, died at 3 Hopeton Street, Gourock on 31st March 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 2.4.1868) (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1868) (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1868)

WHYTE Sarah, daughter of late Andrew Whyte, Greenock, to John Carr, Sale, Australia, at Gibbs land, Australia on 19th June 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1867)

WHYTE William B. Whyte to Barbara J. Weir, daughter of late William Warden, Tighnabruaich, at 1 Houston Street, Greenock on 9th December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1913)

WHYTE Mary McTaggart, wife of Alex Whyte, customs, formerly of Greenock, died at Tobermory on 14th March 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1882 and Greenock Advertiser 16.3.1882)

WHYTE William, son of Robert and Mary Whyte, died at 9 Belville Street, Greenock on 12th December 1896 age 5 months. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1896)

WHYTE Neil White, to Agnes Henderson, daughter of Thomas Drysdale, millwright, 29 Dempster Street, at Shepherd’s Hall, Greenock on 21st June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1911)

WHYTE Matthew Whyte, engineer, to Mary Cargill, eldest daughter of John Linn, locomotive engine driver, at 13 Carwood Street, Greenock on 25th March 1887, now 7 Octavia Cottages. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1912)

WHYTE May, infant daughter of Duncan and Mary Whyte, carpenter, died at 3 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 5th April 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1905)

WHYTE Neil Whyte, merchant in Greenock, to Janet Smith of Inverkip, on 1st September 1819 by Rev Brown at Inverkip (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1819) see Janet S.

WHYTE Neil Whyte, formerly of Greenock, died at Edinburgh on 10th November 1825. (Greenock Advertiser 18.11.1825)

WHYTE Neil, son of William White, rigger, died at 46 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 24th February 1877 age 8 months. (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1877)

WHYTE Neil Whyte, sailmaker, youngest son of late Neil White, died at Toronto on 26th July 1882, age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1882)

WHYTE Mary Gardner, widow of James Whyte, master sailmaker, died at 16 Wellington Street, Greenock on 25th February 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1911)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, born at 14 Wellington Street, Greenock on 9th July 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 11.07.1887)

WHYTE Martin Whyte, shipmaster, died at 7 West Breast, Greenock on 20th May 1841 age 30 (Greenock Advertiser 21.5.1841)

WHYTE Walter Whyte, engineer, died at 8 Ashton Terrace, Gourock on 14th May 1908 age 75. (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1908)

WHYTE Sarah T, daughter of Neil White, clerk, 16 Wellington Street, Greenock, to Robert Watt, Clifton, East London, son of the late Neil Watt, Greenock, at Balfour Street, Cambridge, East London, South Africa on 2nd October 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 07.11.1911)

WHYTE Susan, youngest daughter of Archibald Whyte, customs, died at 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 15th December 1855 age 5 1/2 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1885)

WHYTE Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, to Jeanie youngest daughter of late David Strachan, manufacturer, Dunfermline, at Mount Place, Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 17th June 1870 by the Reverend McPherson (Greenock Telegraph 18.06.1870)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte born at 1 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 28th April 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1871)Eliza died on 20th August 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8 1871)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, born at 14 Wellington Street, Greenock on 12th October 1880 (Greenock Advertiser 12.10.1880 & Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1880)

WHYTE Mary, eldest daughter of James Whyte, sailmaker, died at 16 Wellington Street, Greenock on 23rd October 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1896)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, born at 14 Wellington Street, Greenock on 29th

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December 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1884)

WHYTE Thomas Boyle, eldest son of Thomas Whyte, engineer, died at 21 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 9th October 1875 age 5years 7 months (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1875)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, engineer, born at 21 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 11th March 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 12.03.1875)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, born at 19 Dempster Street, Greenock on 24th December 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1876)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, engineer, born at 14 Wellington Street, Greenock on 10th November 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 11.11.1878 & Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1878)

WHYTE William Whyte to Cathrine, youngest daughter of late John Anderson, West-end Baillieston, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 23rd December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1913)

WHYTE William Whyte, seaman, 2 Murdieston Street, Greenock, died on 27th August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1907)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Neil Whyte born at 29 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1914)

WHYTE Sarah, youngest daughter of late Neil Whyte, died at 16 Wellington Street, Greenock on 1st February 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 01.02.1896)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, born at 14 Wellington Street, Greenock on 25th September 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 25.09.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 25.09.1882)

WHYTE James Whyte, born in Greenock 1841, died at Kinning Park, Glasgow on 15th March 1907 – Obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1907)

WHYTE Jeanie Risk, 2nd daughter of John Whyte, grocer, died at Springhill, Port Glasgow, on 12th February 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1893)

WHYTE Jean Campbell, wife of Archibald Whyte, died at 12 Baker Street, Greenock on 10th January 1874 age 81 (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1874)

WHYTE Janet Webster, widow of Thomas Whyte, Arbroath, died at her son in law’s, James Scott, 71 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 12th May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1902)

WHYTE Janet Smith, widow of Neil Whyte, to Patrick Ritchie, Edinburgh at West Regent St, Greenock, on 1st September 1841 by Rev J. Smith. 2nd husband, 1st husband Neil Whyte (Greenock Advertiser 3.9.1841).

WHYTE Jane Risk, widow of John Whyte, painter, died at Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 26th December 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1874 and Greenock Advertiser 31.12.1874)

WHYTE Jane Castles, eldest daughter of Archibald Whyte, engine driver, to Donald Cameron, at 23 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 5th January 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1887)

WHYTE Georgina, youngest daughter of Donald Whyte, Customs, died at 67 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 20th November 1913 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1913)

WHYTE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Jack Whyte, Kilmacolm, born at The Halt, Pretoria on 14th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1909)

WHYTE John Whyte, merchant, to Isabella, 2nd daughter of Captain David Williams, at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 30th March 1875 by Rev William Lauder. (Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1875)

WHYTE James Whyte, sailmaker, died at 16 Wellington Street, Greenock on 12th November 1905 – Obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1905)

WHYTE James. Only son of William Whyte, seaman, died at 46 Crawfurd Street, Greenock 0n 26th January 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1879)

WHYTE James Whyte, carpenter, husband of Sarah, died at 11 East Stewart Street, Greenock in August 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1877)

WHYTE James Whyte, native of Bute, died at 7 West Breast, Greenock on 14th March 1841 age 70. (Greenock Advertiser 16.3.1841)

WHYTE Isabella Murray, eldest daughter of John and Isabella Whyte, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Octavia Buildings, Kilmacolm on 15th March 1896 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1896)

WHYTE Isabella, daughter of late James Whyte, jnr, cabinet-maker, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 28th August 1837. (Greenock Advertiser 4.9.1837)

WHYTE Margaret Blair, eldest daughter of Thomas Whyte, engineer, 21 Ingleston Street, to Wellwood M. Robertson, at Masonic Temple Greenock on 18th August 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1908)

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WHYTE James C. Whyte died at Kempock, Gourock on 6th December 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1875)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 10 Hay St, Greenock n 26 May 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1885)

WHYTE Maggie, younger daughter of Thomas Whyte, carpenter, to James W.M. Barbour, at Forester’s Hall, Greenock on 5th January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1893)

WHYTE Maggie, only daughter of Thomson Whyte, boilermaker, 67 Roxburgh Street, to William Hunter McKinnon, at Borland's Hotel, Greenock on 17th June 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1892)

WHYTE Margaret, 2nd daughter of Daniel Whyte, carpenter, died at 8 Chapel Street, Greenock, on 21st September 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1873)

WHYTE John Archibald, only son of George Whyte, machinery and iron merchant, died at 11 Lyle Street, Greenock on 12th March 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1876)

WHYTE John Whyte, ship chandler, died at 27 Patrick Street, Greenock on 21st April 1904, age 52 – obit. P2. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1904)

WHYTE Son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, messenger, born at Clydesdale Bank Buildings, Greenock on 14th March 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1908)

WHYTE Son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, messenger, born at Clydesdale Bank buildings, Greenock on 18th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1903)

WHYTE John Whyte, teacher, died at Union Street, Greenock on 4th February 1833. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1833)

WHYTE A son to Mr &Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 25 Regent St, Greenock on 29th April 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1887)

WHYTE John White, painter, died at Port Glasgow on 26th April 1868 (William St). (Greenock Advertiser 30.4.1868)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 10 Hay Street, Greenock on 31st December 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1883)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 8 Hay Street Greenock on 5th October 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1879)

WHYTE John White, Greenock, to Maggie, eldest daughter of John Gibb, 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 25th October 1877 by the Reverend J. Reid (Greenock Advertiser 29.10.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1877.

WHYTE A daughter born to Mr and Mrs John Whyte, born at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 2nd September 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1883.)

WHYTE A son to Mr and Mrs John Whyte, born at Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 8th August 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1878.)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Whyte, born at Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 7th March 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 11.3.1876 & Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1876.)

WHYTE George Whyte, metal merchant, died at 1 Armadale Place, Greenock on 3rd May 1912 age 70. – p2 7.5.1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1912)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 25 Regent Street, Greenock on 30th January 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1890)

WHYTE Archibald Whyte to Bessie Niven, youngest daughter of James Boyd, merchant, 2 Finnart Street, at Forrester’s Hall, Greenock on 9th March 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1893)

WHYTE Christina Todd, youngest daughter of James Whyte, marine engineer, to Matthew Eglinton Campbell, Cove Gardens, on 29th January 1913 at Broomberry Villa, Gourock. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1913)

WHYTE Christina McNeill, 3rd daughter of late Archibald Whyte, customs, died at 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 12th January 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1901) see Archibald.

WHYTE Catherine McGillivray, widow of Daniel Whyte, shipwright, died at 18 Hope Street, Greenock on 20th March 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1892) see Daniel

WHYTE Bessie, eldest daughter of Donald Whyte, died at 37 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 17th May 1912 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1912)

WHYTE Barbara McKenzie, wife of Archibald Whyte, tugboatman, died at 43 Westburn Street, Greenock in March 1890. 3 sons born on 16th March 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1890)

WHYTE Archibald Whyte, engine driver, died at 23 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1899 age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1899) see Mary M

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WHYTE Georgina McCallum, wife of Donald White, customs, died at 37 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 29th May 1909 age 48. (Greenock Telegraph 29 3.1909)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, jun, brassfinisher, born at 29 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 26th November 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1896)

WHYTE Twin sons to Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Whyte born at 8 Chapel Street, Greenock on 22nd September 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1873)

WHYTE Triplet sons to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, tugboatman, born at 45 Westburn Street, Greenock on 16th March 1890. Mother died on 24th March 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1890)

WHYTE Archibald, only son of Archibald Whyte, Customs, 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock died at Tobermory on 10th April 1887 age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1887)

WHYTE Archibald, son of late Daniel Whyte, carpenter, died at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 28th June 1884 age 23. Mother Catherine (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1884)

WHYTE Archibald Whyte, formerly of Greenock, died at his son’s, 5 Broomhill Terrace, Partick on 25th Mar 1883 age 86 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1883)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, watchmaker, born at 8 Hay Street, Greenock on 20th April 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1882)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, watchmaker, born at 8 Hay Street, Greenock on 6th December 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1880)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, Customs, born at 20 Hope Street, Greenock on 20th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1880)

WHYTE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, brassfinisher, born at 29 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 8th April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1903)

WHYTE Eileen Machan, 2nd daughter of John & Sarah Whyte, died at Gateside Hospital Greenock on 19th December 1911 age 2yrs 7months (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1911)

WHYTE Twin daughters to Mr and Mrs George Whyte, coppersmith, born at 20 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 8th September 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1907)

WHYTE George Whyte to Helen Kirke, 2nd daughter of Colin MacKenzie, carpenter, at 8 Royal Street, Gourock on 14th October 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1904)

WHYTE A son to Mr. & Mrs George Whyte, painter, born at 5 Antigua Street, Greenock on 27th Mar 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1890)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs George Whyte, grocer, born at 5 Holmscroft Street, Greenock 4th January 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1873)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. George Whyte, machinery & iron merchant, born at 23 Regent Street, Greenock on 21st July 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1883)

WHYTE A son to Mr. & Mrs George Whyte, machinery merchant, born at 11 Lyle Street, Greenock on 27th May 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1877)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. George Whyte born at 11 Lyle Street, Greenock on 20th Oct. 1873 Machinery merchant (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1873)

WHYTE Colin Whyte, Nowgong, Assam, to Kate, daughter of late Captain John Carmichael, Greenock at Calcutta on 6th January 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1883)

WHYTE Elizabeth, daughter of late John Whyte of Greenock, to Alexander McLachhlan, merchant in London on 25th Aug 1818 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 1.9.18.18)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. D. Whyte, Customs, born at 58 Kelly Street, Greenock on 17th March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1888)

WHYTE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Whyte, born at 1 Kilblain Buildings, Greenock on 16th August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1909)

WHYTE Duncan Whyte to Mary, eldest daughter of Robert Summers at Crawford Hall, Greenock on 10th March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1897)

WHYTE Duncan Whyte, grocer, Glasgow, to Janet, 2nd daughter of John Connell, ship carpenter, at 22 John Street, Greenock on 30th October 1855 by Reverend A. Morton (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1855)

WHYTE Dugald, youngest son of Donald Whyte, Customs boatman, died at 10 Jamaica Street, Greenock on 29th January 1904 age 2years 10months (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1904)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Donald Whyte, customs boatman, born at Jamaica Street, Greenock on 31st May 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1891)

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WHYTE Daniel Whyte, carpenter, husband of Catherine McGillvray, died at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 13th December 1882 age 52 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1881) see Catherine McGillvray

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 10 Hay Street, Greenock on 6th March 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1881)

WHYTE A son to Mr. & Mrs George Whyte, born at 14 Regent Street, Greenock on 28th Aug. 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1870)

WHYTE Annie, only daughter of John Whyte, Stanley Villa, to Reverend G.R. Robertson Tranent, 2nd son of Reverend A.A. Robertson, Ardersier, Invernesshire, at St Columba’s UF, Kilmacolm on 16th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1913 -p2 18.7.1913)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, painter, born at 8 Hay Street, Greenock on 1st August 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1878)

WHYTE Alexander Whyte to Mary, eldest daughter of Edward Milne, smith, at 21 Lyle Street, Greenock on 8th August 1879 by Rev. J. Bacon (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1879)

WHYTE A son to Mr & Mrs Whyte, born at 11 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1880)

WHYTE Alexander, youngest of late Alex Whyte, Customs, died at Greenock Infirmary on 16th February 1910. Shipwright, 58 Regent Street. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1910)

WHYTE Allan Whyte, yachtsman, died at 5 Kelly Street, Greenock on 30th October 1912 age 65. (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1912)

WHYTE Annie, daughter of John & Catherine Whyte, died at 54 Church Street, Port Glasgow, on 28th December 1895 age 21 months (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1895)

WHYTE Annie Harkness, eldest daughter of Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, 14 Wellington Street, Greenock, to James B, only son of the late William Barclay, solicitor, Hamilton, at Hong Kong on 2nd February 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1900)`

WHYTE Archibald Whyte, Customs, husband of Christina, died at 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 14 January 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1900 – p2 18.1.1900) see Christina McN

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, Customs, born at 20 Hope Street Greenock on 24th September 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1873)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, Customs, at 20 Hope Street Greenock on 15h October 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1875)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, Customs, born at 17 Antigua Street Greenock on 3rd November 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1876)

WHYTE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Whyte, Customs, born at 20 Hope Street, Greenock on 26th March 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 27.3.1878)

WHYTE Mary, daughter of Thomas Whyte, tinsmith, died at 14 Wellington Street, Greenock on 14th June 1891 age 14 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1891)

WHYTE Andrew Whyte, chief engineer, to Mary Ann, 2nd daughter of the late Alexander Paton, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 25th September 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1902

WHYTE/WHITE Agnes Muir, only daughter of Will Whyte, sailmaker, 30 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock, died at 22 Orchard Place, Stirling on 30th October 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1891)

WHYTE/WHITE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Whyte, joiner, born at 11 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 28th October 1882 (Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1882)

WHYTE/WHITE Son to Mr & Mrs John Whyte, caretaker, born at Clydesdale Bank Buildings, Greenock on 18th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1901) Neil died 12th February, 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1902)

WHYTE/WHITE Agnes Bradley, wife of Will Whyte seaman, died at 30 Wellington Street, Greenock on 16th November 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1890)

WHYTE/WHITE Sarah, daughter of William and Mary Whyte, sailmaker, died at 30 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 10th February 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 11.02 1898).

WHYTE/WHITE A daughter to Mr & Mrs T. Whyte, engineer, born at 21 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 16th August 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 17.08.1881)

WHYTOCK A son to Mr and Mrs Alexander Whytock, born at 28 Eldon street, Greenock on 15th June 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 16.06.1859)

WHYTOCK A son to Mr and Mrs Alex. Whytock born at 28 Eldon Street, Greenock on 15th June 1859. (Greenock Telegraph 18.06.1859)

WHYTOCK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alexander Maxwell Whytock, born at 128 Eldon Street, Greenock on

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29th April 1858 (Greenock Telegraph 30.04.1858)

WICKS William Laing Wicks, painter, committed suicide at 26 Church Street Port Glasgow on 8th January 1891 age 30 (Greenock Telegraph 08.01.1891)

WIDDOWS Anne Rowley Widdows, 63 Main Street, assaulted at 57 Main Street, on 16th September 1893 died in Greenock Infirmary on 18th September 1893 – Henry Woods, machinist, charged (Greenock Telegraph 18.09.1893)

WIER A son to Mr and Mrs William Wier, junior, born at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on 7th March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 08.03.1894)

WIGGANS Anne, 5th daughter of James Wiggans, tailor, to john O’Neill, tailor, at Saint Mary’s, Greenock on 22nd June 1872 by Father Taylor see Margaret D. (Greenock Telegraph 22.06.1872)

WIGGANS Thomas Wiggans, riveter, died at his father’s, 8 Manse Lane, Greenock on 6th February / March 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 01.03.1878) (Greenock Telegraph 01.03.1878)

WIGGINS A son to Mr & Mrs Edward Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock. 0n 9th December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1892)

WIGGINS Margaret Devine, wife of James Wiggins, died at 8 Manse Lane, Greenock on 7th October 1881, age 71 (Greenock Advertiser 7.10.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1881) see Anne

WIGGINS James Wiggins, tailor, father of Catherine Giles, died at 7 Market Street, Greenock on 28th February 1887, age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1887)

WIGGINS John Wiggins, neuter, husband of Mary, died at 1 Ropework Street, Greenock on 15th November 1902, age 43. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1902)

WIGGINS Daughter to Mr & Mrs E. Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 10th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1908)

WIGGINS Daughter to Mr & Mrs E. Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 9th July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1906)

WIGGINS Son to Mr & Mrs E. Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 13th May 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1904)

WIGGINS Son to Mr & Mrs E. Wiggins born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock in June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1902)

WIGGINS Mary McEachran Wiggins, mother of Mary, died at 14 Sir Michael Street, Greenock in May 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1908)

WIGGINS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 17th November 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1890)

WIGGINS Son to Mr & Mrs E. Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 20th July 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1900)

WIGGINS A Daughter to Mr & Mrs Edward Wiggins, born at 13 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 17th May 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1895)

WIGHT Margaret, 4th daughter of George Wight, Engine-driver, to Robert K. McCorquodale, patternmaker, at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on 29th December 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1899) see Bella, Janet, Georgina

WIGHT Janet Wylie, wife of William Wight, blacksmith, daughter of Thomas Scott, Ashgrove House, Port Glasgow, died at 42 Anglesea Road, Woolwich, London on 28th November 1894 age 44. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1894)

WIGHT Janet, youngest daughter of George Wight, engine- driver, to Donald Campbell, at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on 16th December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1898) see Margaret.

WIGHT John Wight, Steward, Port Glasgow, presumed drowned in loss of Canada, Glasgow from Bombay April 1862, age 46. (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1862)

WIGHT James Wight, to Christina, 3rd daughter of Malcolm MacKenzie, at 69 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 13th July 1900. (Port Glasgow Express 20.7.1900 & Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1900)

WIGHT James, eldest son of William Wight, Ayr, grain merchant, to Margaret, eldest daughter of George Weir, engineer, at 17, Lynedoch Street, Greenock on the 25th August 1862 by the Reverend J. Hutcheson (Greenock Advertiser 26.8.1862.)

WIGHT Georgina,3rd daughter of George Wight, engine-driver, to James Robb, Lugar, at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on the 19th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph, 21.6.1893.) see Margaret

WIGHT Bella, daughter of late George Wight, engine driver, Caledonian Railway to David MacKenzie, engineer, SS Durban, at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1901 see Margaret

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WIGHT Mrs Barbara Wight, 52 Kempock St, Gourock, died at Glasgow Cancer Hospital on 15th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1902).

WIGLESWORTH William B. Wigglesworth formerly of Greenock Customs, died at Fencote on 16th April 1873 age 30 (Greenock Advertiser 24.04.1873)

WIGNALL Sarah Amlott, eldest daughter of John Wignall, engineer to David Simpson, at 60 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 6th December 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1889)

WIGNALL John Wignall, died at his son in law’s, 37 Rue-End Street, Greenock on 26th January 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1912)

WIGNALL Mary Jane Holt, wife of John Wignall, died at 1 St. Andrew Street, Greenock on 31st August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1907)

WILCOCKS Captain Edwin Wilcocks, Townstock, Devon to Helen Drysdale, eldest daughter of late Captain John Melville, Falkirk at Miramichi Buildings, Port Glasgow on 14th June 1860 by Rev William Lauder. (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1860)

WILCOCKS A daughter to Captain & Mrs Edwin Wilcocks, born at Miramichi Buildings, Port Glasgow on 20th May 1861(Greenock Advertiser 23.5.1861)

WILCOCKS A daughter to Captain & Mrs Edwin Wilcocks, born at Miramichi Buildings, Port Glasgow on 20th December 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 25th 1862)

WILD Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of late Robert Wild, engineer, to John Woodrow, at Mechanics Institute, Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 30th December 1881.

WILD A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wild, patternmaker, born at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 21st April 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1883)

WILD William Sinclair Wild, patternmaker, to Janet 2nd daughter of William Waddell, slater, at 20 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 30th June 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1882)

WILD William Waddell, 2nd son of William Wild, patternmaker, died at 24 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 6th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1899) see Janet W.

WILD Janet Waddell, wife of William Wild, patternmaker, 24 St Lawrence Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1901) see William W. William S.

WILDIN William Wildin, to Maggie, 2nd daughter of William Crane, engineer, at Greenock on 12th June 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 13.6.1883)

WILDING Daughter to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, overlooker , born at 114 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 13th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1903)

WILDING Son to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, overlooker, born at 116 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 20th May 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1905)

WILDING A daughter to Mr &Mrs Walter Wilding, born at 5 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 10th February 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1897)

WILDING Daughter to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, overlooker, born at 114 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 5th May 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1901)

WILDING Son to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, overlooker, born at 114 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 29th Aug 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1900)

WILDING A son to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, overlooker, born at 114 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 10th January 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1899)

WILDING A daughter to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, born at 5 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 10th February 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1897)

WILDING Daughter to Mr & Mrs Walter Wilding, overlooker, born at 118 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 4th January 1911

WILEMAN A daughter to Rev & Mrs J. Wileman, born at 23 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 28th September 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1878)

WILKES Ernest Harry Wilkes to Annabella, eldest daughter of late Thomas Jamieson builder, Greenock at Church of the Advent, Oakland, California on 10th Mar 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1906)

WILKEY James Wilkey, boatman, died at 15 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 5th January 1893, wife Catherine. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1893)

WILKIE Catherine McArthur, widow of Angus Wilkie, Paisley, died at her son’s 17 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 5th July 1875 age 90. (Greenock Advertiser 17.7.1875 and Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1875)

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WILKIE Janet McMillan, widow of John Wilkie, seaman, died at 19 Lyle St, Greenock on 6th December 1891 age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1891)

WILKIE A daughter to Captain & Mrs D. Wilkie, born at Manor Crescent, Gourock on 5th February 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 10.2.1876 and Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1876)

WILKIE Agnes Young, only daughter of Archibald Wilkie, boilermaker, to John Nelson, at 17 Finnart Street, Greenock on 28th December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1894)

WILKIE A son to Captain & Mrs D. Wilkie, born at Osborne House, Gourock on 26th January 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 28.1.1880)

WILKIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Wilkie, born at 24 Ann Street, Greenock on 18th August 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1900)

WILKIE David Wilkie to Annie Boyd, 2nd daughter of Daniel Meikle, at 2 Oakfield Terrace, Greenock on 27th September 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1911)

WILKIE Donald, 2nd son of Alex Wilkie, blacksmith, died at 51 Kelly Street, Greenock on 18th October 1883 age 2 years 7months. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1883)

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Wilkie, carpenter, formerly of Greenock, born at San Francisco on 2nd July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1888)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Wilkie, formerly of Greenock, born at San Francisco on 27th April 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1890) Mary died 2nd June 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1890)

WILKIE Elizabeth McCallum, widow of David Wilkie, shipwright, died at her son in law’s, William McCreadie, 9 Jamaica Street, Greenock on 10th April 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1899)

WILKIE Janet, 2nd daughter of John Wilkie, joiner died at 19 Lyle St, Greenock on 21st April 1902, age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1902)

WILKIE James Wilkie, former foreman Corporation Works, died at 64 Kelly St, Greenock on 16th April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1903)

WILKIE James Alexander Miller 4th surviving son of Captain Donald Wilkie, died at 49 Brisbane St, Greenock on 24th April 1891 age 11 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11. 1891) see Lizzie

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wilkie, born at 69 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 10th May 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1872)

WILKIE Elizabeth Yeats Marr, 2nd daughter of late Malcolm Wilkie, shipwright, to Robert Linn, at 45 Forsyth St, Greenock on 5th Aug 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1910) see Malcolm

WILKIE Hector Wilkie to Isobel, youngest daughter of late John Kerr, baker, Airdrie at 33 Royal St, Gourock on 21st November 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1902)

WILKIE Helen Campbell, daughter of David Wilkie, carpenter, died at Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 9th November 1858 age 22 months see Isabella (Greenock Advertiser 12.11.1858)

WILKIE Capt. Hugh Wilkie of the schooner “James Lyon” of Greenock, died at Belfast on 23rd September 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 1.10.1838) see Hugh

WILKIE Hugh, only son of late Captain Hugh Wilkie, died at Greenock on 29th January 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 4.2.1842) see Captain Hugh

WILKIE Isabella, daughter of David Wilkie, carpenter, died at 31 Hamilton St, Greenock on 31st May 1861 age 1yr 11 months (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1861) see Helen C

WILKIE A son to Mr &Mrs James Wilkie born at 21 Bruce St, Greenock on 18 April 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 23.4.1868)

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wilkie born at 47 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 7th Aug 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1871)

WILKIE Duncan Wilkie, boilermaker, died at 30 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 30th October 1890 age 63. Wife Mary. (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1890)

WILKIE Angus Wilkie, deckhand on the “Earl Grey” died when the boiler of the “Earl Grey” exploded at Greenock on 24th July 1835. (Greenock Advertiser 27.7.1835)

WILKIE Jeanie, infant daughter of Daniel & Jeanie Wilkie, died at 5 Mill St, Greenock on 4th April 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.19010)

WILKIE Angus A, 2nd son of Angus Wilkie, joiner, died at 6 MacKechnie Street, Govan on 16th August 1900. Age 25 buried Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1900)

WILKIE Anne Galbraith, daughter of Mrs Wilkie, died at 11 West Breast, Greenock on 16th January 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1881)

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WILKIE Archibald Wilkie, carpenter, died at East Regent Street, Greenock on 8th December 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1851)

WILKIE Archibald, eldest son of William Wilkie, died at 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow, on 26th August 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1895).

WILKIE Andrew Wilkie to Annie, eldest daughter of late John McCulloch, engineer, Port Glasgow, at Co-op Hall, East Crawford Street, Greenock on 7th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1901)

WILKIE Archibald, son of Archibald Wilkie, boilermaker, died at 39 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 23rd September 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1897.)

WILKIE Agnes McKinnon, eldest daughter of late Malcolm Wilkie, shipwright, to Alexander Love, at 64 Regent Street, Greenock on 31st December 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1910) see Malcolm

WILKIE Angus Wilkie, formerly of Greenock, died at 28 Argyle Street Paisley on 14th March 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1911)

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs Angus Wilkie born at 22 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 8th August 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1872)

WILKIE Barbara Grey, widow of Alex Wilkie, carpenter, died at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 7th July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1910) see Alex.

WILKIE Angus Wilkie, joiner, Greenock, to Catherine, daughter of late John Wilkie, at 43 Gallowgate, Rothesay on 30th September 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1869)

WILKIE Catherine, youngest daughter of late Duncan Wilkie, boilermaker, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th April 1893 age 19. – sister-in-law of William McEwan, 64 Holmscroft Street. (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1893)

WILKIE Alex, mariner 19.10.1818 no.346 Duncan Street Cemetery;

WILKIE Agnes, widow of Alex Wilkie, blacksmith, mother of John, died at 4 Nelson Street, Greenock on 15th June 1892 age 79. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1892)

WILKIE Agnes, daughter of Daniel & Jeanie Wilkie, died at 5 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 18th Aug 1907 age 2yrs 6month (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1907)

WILKIE Alexandrina Galbreath, daughter of Mrs G, Wilkie, died at 28 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on December 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1871)

WILKIE Alexander Wilkie, carpenter, died at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 3rd February 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1903) see Barbara

WILKIE Alexander, son of Angus Wilkie, joiner, died at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 25th January 1882 age 4yrs 3months. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1882)

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wilkie, smith, born at 51 Kelly Street, Greenock on 18th December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1886)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Wilkie, smith, born at 51 Kelly Street, Greenock on 25th January 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1884)

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wilkie, Smith, born at 51 Kelly Street, Greenock on 14th Aug 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1877)

WILKIE Archibald Wilkie to Isabella, 3rd daughter of Robert Howie, machinist, 19 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th July 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1908)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Angus Wilkie, born at 30 Lynedoch Street Greenock on 31st July 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1870)

WILKIE Captain William Wilkie of the ship Dalhousie, to Margaret, eldest daughter of late Captain John Hyndman, Greenock, at Greenock on 12th Aug 1845 by Reverend William Auld. (Greenock Advertiser 15.8.1845) see Margaret H.

WILKIE Maria Jean, elder daughter of late Captain John Wilkie, to Captain Richard S. Shaw, at Queen’s Hotel, Gourock on 14th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1906)

WILKIE Mary, 3rd daughter of late Malcolm Wilkie, shipwright, to Duncan Henry Paterson at 1 Houston Street, Greenock on 1st November 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 4 11.1912)

WILKIE Mary Cameron, wife of Archibald Wilkie, boilermaker, mother of Mrs Nelson 8 Carwood Street, Greenock died at Port Bannatyne on 6th July 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1911)

WILKIE Mary Hunter, eldest daughter of late John Wilkie, Greenock & Mrs Docherty, 37 Kempock Street, Gourock, to Charles H Webster at St Joseph’s Hamilton, Ontario on 18th April 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1910)

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WILKIE Robert, eldest son of James Wilkie died at 21 Bruce Street, Greenock on 20th September 1868 age 9 (Greenock Advertiser 22.9.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1868)

WILKIE Maggie Caldwell Wilkie, to Thomas Cunningham, at 53 Bellville Street, Greenock on 15th Aug 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1891)

WILKIE Robinson Wilkie, husband of Margaret, died at 1 Waverley Lane, Greenock in March 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1909)

WILKIE Margaret Hyndman, wife of Captain William Wilkie, died at Greenock on 29th June 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 2.7.1847) see Captain William

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wilkie, born at 7 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow on 26th April 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1883)

WILKIE A son to Mr & Mrs William Wilkie, born at 1 Laird Street, Port Glasgow on 3rd January 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1886)

WILKIE Jeanie Jamieson wife of Angus, builder, late of Greenock died at 3 Henderson Street, Paisley on 24th March 1914

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wilkie, born at 18 Dockhead Street, Port Glasgow on 18th July 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1889)

WILKIE William Wilkie, maths tutor, former headmaster, Episcopal Day School, Port Glasgow, killed at Ibrox Stadium disaster, Govan on 5th April 1902. (284 St George’s Road) (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1902)

WILKIE William Orr Wilkie, timber measurer, to Mary Walker, eldest daughter of Archibald Hamilton, at Newark Parish Halls, Port Glasgow, on 4th October 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1907)

WILKIE Robert, 4th son of William Wilkie, saddler, died at 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 16th June 1899 (Port Glasgow Express 23.6.1899 & Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1899)

WILKIE Jeanie Ballantine, 3rd daughter of John Wilkie, engineer,13 Lynedoch Street to John Brown at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 7th January 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1903)

WILKIE Jeanie Torrance, wife of William Wilkie, died at 8 Princes St, Greenock in March 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1904)

WILKIE Joan, infant daughter of Archibald and Bella Wilkie, died at 11 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1911)

WILKIE John Wilkie to Bethia, 6th daughter of Mr. Anderson, Talacre, Wales, at 8 Watt Street, Greenock on 10th Nov. 1865 by Rev. McCulloch (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1865)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilkie, born at Mount Lane, Greenock on the 18th December1871 (Greenock Telegraph, 19.12.1871.)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 66 Regent Street, Greenock on 12th November 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1893)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 66 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th August 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1895)

WILKIE Mary, eldest daughter of John Wilkie, joiner, died at 19 Lyle Street, Greenock on 20th September 1901 age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1901)

WILKIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 66 Regent Street, Greenock on 17th May 1897. (Greenock Advertiser 17.5.1897)

WILKIE Margaret Boyd, elder daughter of William Wilkie, Lilybank Port Glasgow, to David L. Lyle, at Tontine, Greenock on 27th September 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 28th.9.1911)

WILKIE Daughter to Mr and Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 66 Regent Street, Greenock on 26th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1899)

WILKIE Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 66 Regent Street, Greenock on 26th March 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1902)

WILKIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 66 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th May 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1903)

WILKIE Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Wilkie, carpenter, born at 64 Regent Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1906)

WILKIE Daughter to Mrs & the late Malcolm Wilkie, born at 64 Regent Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1908) Marion died 8th February 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 1909)

WILKIE Margaret, daughter of Barbara Wilkie, died at 8 Bruce Street, Greenock in January 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1887)

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WILKIE Margaret Black, wife of Robert Wilkie, died at 7 Hope Street, Greenock on 20th April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1895)

WILKIN Thomas, 2nd son of late Robert Wilkin, Dumfries, to Sarah, 2nd daughter of late Donald McKinnon, Colonsay, at 7 Newton Street, Greenock on 4th June 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1886) see Eleanor: Sarah McK.

WILKIN A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wilkin, vanman, born at 33 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 6th November 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1890)

WILKIN A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wilkin, vanman, born at 33 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1892)

WILKIN A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wilkin, vanman, born at 33 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 4th September 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1888)

WILKIN A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wilkin, born at 7 Newton Street, Greenock in Mar 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1887)

WILKIN A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wilkin, vanman, born at 33 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 25th December 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1895)

WILKIN Sarah McKinnon, wife of Thomas Wilkin, vanman, died at 7 Watt Street, Greenock on 17th Aug 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1905) see Thomas

WILKIN Rebecca Wilkin, died at 1 Mill Street, Greenock on 18th Aug 1908 age 85. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1908)

WILKIN Eleanor, youngest daughter of late Robert Wilkin, Mossbank Farm, Dumfries, died at her brother’s Thomas Wilkin, 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 6th November 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1897) see Thomas.

WILKINSON Richard, eldest son of Abraham Wilkinson, Gourock died at sea on 24th August 1886 age 18 years 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1886)

WILKINSON A son to Mr & Mrs James Wilkinson, born at 18 Ann St, Greenock on 7th March 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 9.3.1869).

WILKINSON James Wilkinson, butcher, Duns, to Jane Alexander, Greenock, at Manse, Duns on 3rd June 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1890).

WILKINSON Jane, daughter of Lieut-Col 6 Ardgowan Sq, Greenock, died at Dr Mackie’s on 28th May 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 30.5.1856)

WILKINSON Jeanie Barclay Fleming, wife of Duncan Wilkinson, native of Inverkip, died at 23 Shields Rd, Glasgow on 15th December 1899 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.18990

WILKINSON John Wilkinson, engineer, Greenock, to Janet, youngest daughter of H. Ramsay, Glasgow, at Stavely, Derbyshire thon 23rd June 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 25.6.1847).

WILKINSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Wilkinson born at Sinclair’s Place, Inverkip Street, Greenock, on 10th May 1848. (Greenock Advertiser 12.5.1848)

WILKINSON John Wilkinson to Euphemia, youngest daughter of Captain Duncan Leitch at 9 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 12th November 1868 by Rev. McCulloch . (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1868)

WILKINSON John Wilkinson to Margaret Stewart, youngest daughter of George, Menzies (Joiner 10 Shaw Place) at St. John’s Greenock on 8th September 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1896)

WILKINSON Son to Mr & Mrs John Wilkinson, Journalist, born at 16 South Street, Greenock on 8th August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1899)

WILKINSON Joseph Wilkinson to Annie, eldest daughter of late Lachlan McArthur, Greenock at St John the Baptist, Liverpool on 9th May 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1870)

WILKINSON Margaret Brown, wife of Allan Wilkinson, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 9th May 1897 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1897)

WILKINSON Isabella, eldest daughter of Robert Wilkinson, died at Gateside Hospital on 14th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1913).

WILKINSON Nancy Kennedy, wife of Robert Wilkinson, died at 68 MacKenzie Street, Greenock on 20th October 1912.

WILKINSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs F. Wilkinson born at Ladybank, Gourock on 2nd June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1912)

WILKINSON Robert Wilkinson, 8 Royal Street, Gourock, died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 5th August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1908

WILKINSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs. Robert Wilkinson, watchmaker, born at 8 Royal Street, Gourock on 14th Sept. 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1902)

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WILKINSON Robert J. Wilkinson, late 9 Antigua Street, Greenock, died at his son in law’s James McClements, Schoolhouse Howham on 7th February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1913)

WILKINSON Samuel Wilkinson, father of John, died at 7 East Crawford Street, Greenock in January 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 23.01.1883)

WILKINSON Susan May, daughter of late Allan and Mrs Wilkinson, Park View, East Crawford Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 28th October 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1910) see Allan

WILKINSON William Wilkinson, tailor, died at Greenock Infirmary on 19th July 1889, wife Mary Ann, 14 Holmscroft Street. (Greenock Telegraph 19.07.1889)

WILKINSON William, youngest son of late William Wilkinson, tailor, died at 4 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 24th February 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 25.02.1891) see William

WILKINSON William H. Wilkinson to Margaret Shearer, daughter of Thomas Young, slater, at 9 Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 20th November 1896. (Greenock telegraph 24.11.1896)

WILKINSON Margaret Thompson, wife of Robert Wilkinson, died at Greenock Infirmary on 15th March 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1907)

WILKINSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Wilkinson, plater, born at Park View, 10 E. Crawford St, Greenock on 16th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1907)

WILKINSON Allan Wilkinson to Mary, 3rd daughter of the late Angus Eads at 26 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 1st June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1914)

WILKINSON As the result of an accident, Robert chief engineer, son of Robert, late of 11 Antigua Street, Greenock died at Nanaimo, Vancouver Island, British Columbia on 2nd April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1914) see column 3

WILKINSON Alexander, son of Robert J. Wilkinson, labourer, 32 Ingleston Street, died at Gateside Hospital on 21st November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1913)

WILKINSON Alexander M. Wilkinson to Alexandria Barr, 3rd daughter of Andrew Turner, Moulder, 2 Morton Terrace, at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 17th July 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1912)

WILKINSON A son to Mr & Mrs Allan Wilkinson, plater, born at 1 Hill Street, Greenock on 16th June 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1888)

WILKINSON Allan Wilkinson, plater, Husband of Margaret Reid, died at Park View, East Crawford Street, Greenock on 30th April 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1909) See Gladys M: Susan M: Catherine: Colin

WILKINSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Wilkinson, plater, born at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 27th January 1899. Susan died 1st February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1899 & Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1899)

WILKINSON Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Wilkinson born at 11 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow on 21st September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1900)

WILKINSON Helen, youngest daughter of Robert Wilkinson, GK, to J. Burns Smith, marine engineer at St Margaret's Episcopal, Braemar, on 5th July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1910)

WILKINSON Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Wilkinson, born at Park View, E. Crawford St, Greenock on 3rd November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1904)

WILKINSON Agnes Leitch Rodger, daughter of John Wilkinson, died at 13 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 15th May age 7½ months (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1880)

WILKINSON Allan Wilkinson, seaman, died at Wood’s Mariners Home, Greenock on 4th May 1893 age 68. (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1893)

WILKINSON Annie. Elder daughter of James Wilkinson, 11 Antigua St, to James McClements, teacher, Millport, at St John’s, Greenock on 24th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1902)

WILKINSON Annie, wife of Robert Wilkinson, died at 9 Antigua St Greenock on 18th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1911)

WILKINSON Arthur William, only son of Cecil Wilkinson, teacher, 3 Ford Place Greenock, died at Greenock Infirmary on 24th October 1902 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 25.10 1902)

WILKINSON Catherine, eldest daughter of Allan Wilkinson, plater, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 6th April 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1900) see Colin: Allan:

WILKINSON Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Wilkinson, to Daniel Thompson, at the Manse, Ratho Street, Greenock on 6th February 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1903)

WILKINSON Mrs Elizabeth McCulloch Wilkinson, 36 Westburn Street, died near Hamilton Street, Greenock on 3rd January 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1887)

WILKINSON A son to Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Wilkinson born at Florence Place, Gourock on 26th April 1914

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WILKINSON Helen Wilkinson, Nelson Street, Greenock, to Alexander Moore, Saltcoats, at St. Luke’s, Canning Town, London on 5th March 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1876)

WILKINSON A Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Wilkinson, plater, born at 12 Mansfield Terrace, Port Glasgow on 20th July 1902 Gladys Margaret died 1st November 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1901) (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1902) (Port Glasgow express 25.7.1902)

WILKINSON / WILKISON

Colin, youngest son of Margaret & Allan Wilkinson, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 23rd January 1896 see Catherine: Allan. (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1896)

WILL R. Will, solicitor, formerly of Greenock, died at Dundee on 22nd July 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1880)

WILL Infant daughter of David & Isabella Will, died at 1 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow on 4th Mar 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1902 Port Glasgow Express 7.3.1902)

WILLAN Rev William Willan, Wesleyan Clergyman, Greenock, to Jane 3rd daughter of late Robert Steel, at Port Glasgow on 10th Sept by Rev James Morrison. (Greenock Advertiser 13.9.1844)

WILLAN A son to Rev & Mrs W. Willan, born at Port Glasgow on 12th September 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 19.9.1845)

WILLCOCKS Captain Edwin Willcocks, Greenock died at Sourabaya on the 24th March 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1880)

WILLCOX Fred, youngest son of Fred and Annie Willcox, died at 22 John Street, Greenock 0n 18th January 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1902)

WILLCOX John McKellar infant son of Annie Willcox 22 John Street, Greenock on 16th December 1895 age 17months. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1895)

WILLCOX George Willcox, electrical engineer eldest son of E.F. Willcox, formerly at Greenock, drowned at New York in July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1911)

WILLCOX A son to Mr. & Mrs E.F. Willcox born at 90 Dempster Street, Greenock on 8th October 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1886)

WILLCOX A son to Mr & Mrs E. EF. Willcox born at 90 Dempster Street, Greenock on 8th October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1886)

WILLCOX Edward F Willcox to Annie, youngest daughter of John McKellar, hammerman, at 22 John Street, Greenock on 23rd January 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1885)

WILLCOX Annie McKellar, wife of Edward F Willcox, formerly of Greenock, youngest daughter of late John McKellar, died at 118 Maple Street, Wechawken, New Jersey on 19th May 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1908)

WILLCOX Adam Douglas Willcox, musical director, Dewsbury, to Elizabeth Douglas, daughter of David Nicolson, ironmoulder, grand-daughter of late Angus McKinnon, at 34 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 26th April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1906)

WILLDRIDGE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Willdridge, born at 4 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 12th January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1893)

WILLDRIDGE Son to Mr & Mrs George Willdridge painter, born at 58 Belville Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 247.1912)

WILLDRIDGE Janet Evans, wife of William Willdridge, painter, died at 9 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 24th January 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1910)

WILLDRIDGE A son to Mr.& Mrs Joseph Willdridge born at 39 Shore Street, Port Glasgow on 27th Mar 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1893)

WILLDRIDGE Son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Willdridge born at 11 Carwood Street, Greenock on 23rd Aug 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1902)

WILLDRIDGE Margaret, 7th daughter of Joseph Willdridge, to Frank A. Duncan, at 603 South Clinton St, Baltimore on 27th March 1911. (Port Glasgow Express 19.4.1911)

WILLDRIDGE Martha Moore, 3rd daughter of Joseph M. Willdridge, painter, to James Morrow, at Newark Halls, Port Glasgow on 21st June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1901) (Port Glasgow Express 28.6.1901)

WILLDRIDGE Polly, daughter of William Willdridge, died at 4 Octavia St, Port Glasgow on 24th May 1893 age 6. see Martha. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1893)

WILLDRIDGE George Willdridge to Annie Barclay, daughter of Robert Thomson, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 7th Sept. 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1911)

WILLDRIGE William Willdridge, formerly of Russell & Co., shipbuilders, Port Glasgow, died at 9 Octavia

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WILLDRIGE Martha, 2nd daughter of William Willdridge, died at 4 Octavia St, Port Glasgow, on 16th November 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1894)

WILLENS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Willens, vanman, born at 104 Dempster Street, Greenock on 7th February 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1900)

WILLENS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Willens, vanman, born at 9 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 6th January 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1902)

WILLENS Son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Willens, vanman, born at 68 Dempster Street, Greenock on 15th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1904)

WILLENS Son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Willens, vanman, born at 68 Dempster Street, Greenock on 7th December 1911 died 8th December 1911 (Greenock 9.12.1911) (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1911)

WILLENS A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Willens, born at 104 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th November 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1898)

WILLETT Christina, wife of John H. Willett, eldest daughter of late John Anderson, gardener, Greenock, died at Chicago on 7th November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1904)

WILLIAMS Jannie Williams to Arthur, 2nd son of Doctor Rhodes, Glossope, Derbyshire, at Saint Mary’s Port Glasgow on 23rd April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1884)

WILLIAMS Jane Dewar. 2nd daughter of Captain Robert Dewar, died at 1 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 6th November 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1869)

WILLIAMS A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Williams, sugar porter, born at 1 Beaconsfield Buildings, Kilblain Street Greenock on 2nd January 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1896)

WILLIAMS Jane, widow of Paul Williams, died at Boyd’s Close, Port Glasgow on 2nd June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1892)

WILLIAMS James Williams, carpenter, died at 38 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 11th October 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1890) see Isabella S.

WILLIAMS Isabella Sharp, widow of James Williams, carpenter, died at 38 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 8th February 1891 - page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1891) see James

WILLIAMS William Williams, engineer, husband of Mary Stewart, died at 79 Belville Street, Greenock on 2nd May 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1907)

WILLIAMS Isabella Murray, wife of Captain David Williams, died at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 27th May 1887 age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1887) see Eleanor B.

WILLIAMS Dr Henry Llewellyn Williams, Boverley, Yorkshire, to Jane Carnegie, only daughter of late John Kinp, Springbank, Port Glasgow, in June 1849 by Reverend G.O. Moffat at Port Glasgow (Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1849)

WILLIAMS Joseph Williams, engineer, Birkenhead, to Mary Jane Fraser, 37 West Blackhall Street, Greenock, at Liverpool on 9th September 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1897)

WILLIAMS Helen Wraith, daughter of Thomas Williams, died at 8 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 19th November 1896 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1896)

WILLIAMS Hannah, youngest daughter of late George Williams, sugar porter, to Robert Nichol, confectioner, 2nd son of James Nichol, Kirkcaldy, at 1 Ardgowan Street Glebe, Greenock on 25th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1893) see George

WILLIAMS Gertrude Moucneffe, elder daughter of late E.T. Williams, Buenos Ayres, step daughter of T. Roy, to A. Stewart Macbeth, Smethwick, Birmingham, elder son of Alex Macbeth, solicitor, Bank of Scotland, Pitlochry, at West Kirk, Greenock on 17th April 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1913)

WILLIAMS Janet, eldest daughter of Mr Williams, engineer, to Robert Clements, engineer, at Forester’s Hall, Greenock on 6th July 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1892)

WILLIAMS Isabella, 2nd daughter of Captain David Williams, to John Whyte, merchant at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 30th March 1875 by Reverend William Lauder (Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1875, Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1875) see Elizabeth

WILLIAMS Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Williams, born at 18 Church Street, Port Glasgow on 17th October 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1904)

WILLIAMS Margaret Williams, formerly of Greenock, died at her daughter’s, 162 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, USA on March? 1901 age 56 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1901)

WILLIAMS Maggie, daughter of late Captain John Williams, Port Glasgow, to Manue Druott, Professor of

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WILLIAMS Captain David Williams, Port Glasgow, died at Kilmacolm on 26th October 1903 age 85 – obituary Page2. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1903, Port Glasgow Express 30.10.1903)

WILLIAMS John Duncan, infant son of Captain John Williams, died at Port Glasgow on 15th October 1849 age 5years, 1 month. (Greenock Advertiser 16.10.1849) see Frank B.

WILLIAMS Son to Mr and Mrs John Williams, boilermaker, born at 18 Cathcart Street Greenock on 23rd May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1913)

WILLIAMS Son to Mr and Mrs John Williams, born at 12 Terrace Road, Greenock on 3rd May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1912)

WILLIAMS John Duncan, infant son of Captain John Williams, died at Port Glasgow on 2nd June 1841 age 19 months. See Frank B: John. (Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1841)

WILLIAMS John Williams died at 46 King street, Port Glasgow on 13th April 1900 age 65 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1900)

WILLIAMS James Williams to Catherine Lamont, eldest daughter of Archibald Mitchell, carter, 87 Wellington Street, at Good Templar Halls, Kilblain Street, Greenock on 18th August 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1905)

WILLIAMS John Williams to Marion McDonald, 2nd daughter of Archibald McArthur, King Street, at Academy Halls, Port Glasgow on 8th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1893)

WILLIAMS John Williams died at 1 Broomhill Street Greenock on 19th April 1892. Wife Mary. (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1892)

WILLIAMS John Williams, Liverpool, to Maggie, 2nd daughter of late Duncan Macdougall, merchant, Greenock, at 67 Regent Street Greenock on 17th April 1855 (Greenock Advertiser 20.4.1855)

WILLIAMS Jentie, 2nd daughter of late William Williams, stevedore, to Colin C. Neil, marine engineer, at Saint Mary’s, Port Glasgow on 20th December 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1887)

WILLIAMS Jeanie Stewart, youngest daughter of William Williams, engineer, to John Sands, at 11 Watt Street, Greenock on 28th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1907)

WILLIAMS Jeanie Stewart, youngest daughter of William Williams, engineer, to John Sands, at 11 Watt Street, Greenock on 28th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1907)

WILLIAMS John, son of late Captain John Williams, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 19 Arundel Street, Liverpool on 27th October 1900. see Margaret McC: John D. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1900)

WILLIAMS Agnes McKenzie, widow of Captain Robert Williams, died at Springhill, Port Glasgow, on 12th October 1910 age 81. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1910)

WILLIAMS A son to Mr & Mrs David Williams, born at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow, on 1st December 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1896)

WILLIAMS Annie, daughter of late Thomas Williams, boilermaker, to Robert Cairns, electrician, at Saint John’s, Greenock on 24th December 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1907) see Sarah

WILLIAMS Alice, daughter of William Williams, pilot, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1888)

WILLIAMS Alfred Fitzjames Williams, Johannesburg, to Agnes McGregor Lyon, Greenock, at St. Andrew’s, Durban on 19th Sept. 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10 1910)

WILLIAMS A son to Mr & Mrs Alfred Williams, pawnbroker, born at 28 Wellington Street, Greenock on 7th October 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1879)

WILLIAMS Christina, wife of Duncan Williams, died at 1 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 27th May 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1904)

WILLIAMS Alexander, son of Margaret Williams died at 33 Vennel, Greenock in September 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1883)

WILLIAMS Captain David Williams to Helen T., 2nd daughter of G.R. Barr, at Roseyard Cottage, Port Glasgow on 4th June 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1890)

WILLIAMS Agnes Menzies, youngest daughter of late Robert Williams, died at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 4th April 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1875)

WILLIAMS Agnes McEwen, widow of Thomas Williams, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 9 Old Dumbarton Road, Glasgow on 3rd June 1890 age 74. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1890)

WILLIAMS Agnes, daughter of William Williams, engineer, 79 Belville Street, to Archibald Clark Dick, at Co -op Hall, Greenock on 17th July 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1896)

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WILLIAMS A daughter to Mr. & Mrs A. Williams, born at 4 Market Street, Greenock on 26th March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3 1894)

WILLIAMS Charles, 22.11.1871 Lair 471, Inverkip Street Cemetery; Greenock; Ann, 13.10.1877 Lair 336, Inverkip Street Cemetery, Greenock; Edward 4.1881, Lair 53 Inverkip Street Cemetery, Greenock

WILLIAMS Margaret Cuthbertson, wife of William Williams, died at 3 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 29th March 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1910)

WILLIAMS Alexander Williams, rivet heater, son of Mr Williams, 22 King Street Port Glasgow., killed on railway near Port Glasgow on 14th Mar 1893 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1893)

WILLIAMS Son to Mr.& Mrs. E.S. Williams born at 3 Kilblain Buildings, Greenock on 30th March 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3 1899)

WILLIAMS Frank Stafford, son of John and Elizabeth Williams, died at 12 Terrace Road, Greenock on 17th May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1912)

WILLIAMS Frank B. 3rd surviving son of late Captain John Williams, formerly of Port Glasgow, died accidentally on SS Lagos at Coburg Dock, Liverpool on 10th October 1883. Ship’s carpenter (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1883) see Maggie; Duncan; John D.

WILLIAMS Fanny Gallagher, widow of William Williams, died at 4 Chapel Street, Greenock on 17th November 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1907) see Fanny

WILLIAMS Fanny, daughter of William Williams, died at 6 Chapel Street Greenock on 23 November 1886 age 7 (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1886) see Fanny G.

WILLIAMS Euan T. Williams to Mary, eldest daughter of Donald McMillan, rafter, at Saint Mary’s, Greenock on 11th April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1898)

WILLIAMS Catherine, widow of William Williams, stevedore, died at 2 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 22nd December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1892)

WILLIAMS Eleanor Brown, youngest daughter of Captain David Williams, to Alexander Main at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 29th November 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1882) see Elizabeth; Isabella M.

WILLIAMS George Williams, sugar porter, husband of Hannah, died at 11 West Stewart Street Greenock on 22nd August 1892 age 54. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1892) see Hannah

WILLIAMS Son to Mr.& Mrs. E. F. Williams born at 2 Princes Street, Greenock on 30th April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1904)

WILLIAMS Duncan, 2nd son of Captain John Williams, died at Princes Street Port Glasgow on 4th May 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1860) see Frank B

WILLIAMS David Williams, to Jane, only daughter of late David Maconnochie, Port Glasgow, at Saint Silas’, Toxteth, Liverpool on 24th April 1881 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1881)

WILLIAMS George Williams, husband of Ellen, died at Greenock Infirmary on 31st December 1899 age 31 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1900)

WILLIAMS A son to Captain & Mrs David Williams, born at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 23rd April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1901, Port Glasgow Express 26.4.1901)

WILLIAMS A son to Captain & Mrs D. Williams, born at Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 25th March 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1893)

WILLIAMS Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Captain David Williams of the ship ‘Lord Hardinge’ to W.A. Wood, at Princes Street, Post Glasgow on 1st June 1870 by Reverend William Lauder. (Greenock Advertiser 4.6.1870, Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1870) see Isabella: Eleanor B: Mary K.

WILLIAMS William Williams, husband of Margaret died at 33 Vennel, Greenock in September 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1880)

WILLIAMS Susan Samsons, widow of Thomas Williams, former gunner Royal Horse Artillery; died at Lyons Lane, Port Glasgow on 24th June 1869, age 74 – obituary page 3 (Port Glasgow Express 19.6.1908)

WILLIAMS Susannah Seamons, eldest daughter of William Williams, stevedore, died at Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 22nd November 1876 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1876)

WILLIAMS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams, born at 9 Gnuslull? Street, Port Glasgow on 25th February 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1872)

WILLIAMS Thomas Williams, Port Glasgow, to Janet, only daughter of late David Kerr, joiner, Greenock, at Saint Mary’s, Port Glasgow on 3rd January 1881. November 29 Scarlow Street. (Greenock

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WILLIAMS Thomas, son of Paul and Mary Williams died at 42 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 12th April 1898 age 4. (Port Glasgow Express 15.4.1898, Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1898)

WILLIAMS Thomas Williams, blacksmith, eldest son of late James Williams, carpenter, died at 38 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 18th May 1902, age 54 – page2 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1902, Port Glasgow Express 23.5.1902)

WILLIAMS Thomas Beaumont Walpole, youngest son of late William Williams, stevedore, died at 3 Glenhuntly Terrace, Port Glasgow on 22nd October 1900 age 28. obituary page 2 Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1900 (Port Glasgow Express 26.10.1900, Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1900)

WILLIAMS Seamon Williams, stevedore and yard engineer, Port Glasgow, died in March 1913. obituary page 3, 11.4.1913. Husband of Ellen, 21 MacAlpine’s Buildings, Ladyburn (Port Glasgow Express 4.4.1913)

WILLIAMS A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Williams, born at Dockhead Street, Port Glasgow on 10th April 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 14.4.1870)

WILLIAMS William Williams to Mary Jane, only daughter of Allan Moodie, janitor, at 73 Belville Street, Greenock on 5th July 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1894)

WILLIAMS George Williams, sugar porter, to Nellie, 3rd daughter of William Binnie, fitter, 22 West Stewart Street, at Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 15th September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1893)

WILLIAMS A son to Mr and Mrs William Williams, boilermaker, born at 4, Garvald Street, Greenock on 16th February 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1896)

WILLIAMS A son to Mr and Mrs William Williams, boilermaker, born at 52 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1900)

WILLIAMS William Williams, dredging master, husband of Fanny, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock after a fall on 8th February 1896 age 66. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1896) see Fanny G.

WILLIAMS Jane Warnock, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Williams, died at 8 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 18th February 1900 age 3years 2months. (Port Glasgow Express 23.2.1900, Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1900)

WILLIAMS Maggie Downie, wife of Peter Williams. Piolet, West Blackhall Street Greenock died at 12 Whitehall street, Glasgow 1st May 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1882)

WILLIAMS Jimmie, age 1 year, infant son of James and Catherine, 5 Duff Street, Greenock died at Gateside Hospital on 3rd April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1914)

WILLIAMS William, age 25 years eldest son of William and Maggie died at 22 Stanners Street, Greenock on 29th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1914)

WILLIAMS William Williams, to Mary, 4th daughter of late Alex Gray, Port Glasgow, at Port Glasgow on 30th November 1852 by Reverend P. Gray, Canada (Greenock Advertiser 3.12.1852)

WILLIAMS Mary Kirk, 4th surviving daughter of Captain David Williams, to D.M. Main, commercial traveller, at Springwell Cottage, Port Glasgow on 2nd June 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1881) see Elizabeth

WILLIAMS Margaret McConachie, widow of Captain John Williams, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 19 Arundel Street, Liverpool on 12th November 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1901, Port Glasgow Express 15.11.1901) see John

WILLIAMS A son to Mr and Mrs William Williams, boilermaker, born at 52 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 6th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1898)

WILLIAMS Sarah Dans, wife of James A. Williams, plater, died at 28 Cathcart Street Greenock on 6th February 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1910)

WILLIAMS Martha, daughter of Martha and Duncan Williams, died at 30 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 12th February 1909 age 2years 2months (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1909)

WILLIAMS Mary Ann McDermid, wife of Mr Williams, painter, died at Longwell Close, Greenock on 10th May 1877 from the effects of an alleged assault by Sarah Abbot Toy on 9th May 1877 age 33 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1877)

WILLIAMS Maggie McInnes, wife of Peter John Williams, shipwright, eldest daughter of late Duncan McInnes, joiner, Greenock, died at Royal National Hospital, Isle of Wight on October 1900 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1900)

WILLIAMS Mary Moss, wife of Robert Williams, died at 43 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 30th June 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1885)

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WILLIAMS Mary Stewart, widow of John Williams, died at Smithston on 14th June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1909)

WILLIAMS Mary Walker, wife of Charles Williams, died at 8 Dalrymple Street Greenock on 22nd June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1904)

WILLIAMS Robert Williams to Mary Ramsay, 2nd daughter of James Ross, Port Glasgow, at 86 Ardgowan Street, Glasgow on 10th April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1884)

WILLIAMS Mrs John Williams, wife of John Williams, labourer, Port Glasgow, died on 8th September 1883 having been assaulted by Laurence Shearer, riveter, (son-in-law) on 18th August 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 10.9.1883. Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1883)

WILLIAMS Peter Williams, river pilot, 43 West Blackhall Street, died at the Tail-of the Bank on SS Gomez IV on 17th May 1884 age50. page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1884)

WILLIAMS Rachel Moor, youngest daughter of James and Sarah Williams, died at 28 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 28th February 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1909)

WILLIAMS Rachel Moore, widow of Thomas Williams, boilermaker, died at 9 Laird Street Greenock on 2nd February 1910, mother of John (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1910)

WILLIAMS Sarah, 2nd daughter of late Thomas Williams, boilermaker, to Alexander Boyle, at Saint John’s Greenock on 26th June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1899) see Annie

WILLIAMS Peter John, infant son of Peter Williams, died at 4 Cartsburn Street Greenock on 18th October 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1888)

WILLIAMS Morris Williams, 32 Nile Street, found on Gourock railway near Bearhope Street Greenock on 24th October 1888 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1888)

WILLIAMS Mary, daughter of late Joshua Williams, seaman, to John Caskie at Arcade Hall, Greenock on 13th June 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1884)

WILLIAMS Robert Williams to Agnes Brown, 2nd daughter of late David Anderson, spirit merchant, at 6 Content Place, Port Glasgow on 31st March 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1887)

WILLIAMSON Margaret, only daughter of James Williamson, formerly of Greenock Customs, died at Leith Walk, Edinburgh on 12th May 1839 (Greenock Advertiser 14.5.1839)

WILLIAMSON Margaret, eldest daughter of George Williamson, writer, to William Johnston junior, writer, at Greenock on 2nd June 1835 by Reverend McLaren. (Greenock Advertiser 4.6.1835) see George, Jane, Caroline.

WILLIAMSON Margaret Wilson, wife of Peter Williamson of the Excise in Greenock died 15th December 1807. (Greenock Advertiser 21.12.1807)

WILLIAMSON Lily Sinclair, widow of William Williamson, died at Quayhead, Gourock on 1st February 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 5.2.1876. Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1876)

WILLIAMSON Joseph P., youngest son of Elizabeth and late Daniel Williamson, joiner and builder, died at 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 31st October 1896 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1896) see Daniel

WILLIAMSON Joseph, (Josie), infant son of Joseph and Janet Williamson, died at 52 Ann Street, Greenock on 28th June 1893 age 8 months (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1893)

WILLIAMSON Josie, 2nd son of Joseph and Janet Williamson, died at 56 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 5th February 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1892)

WILLIAMSON John Scott, son of John and Dora Williamson, river pilot, died at 22 Kelly Street, Greenock on 10th February 1892 age 7 months. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1892)

WILLIAMSON John K. Williamson, cooper, father of Margaret Robinson, died at Greenock Infirmary on 29th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1901)

WILLIAMSON Margaret, eldest daughter of James Williamson, to Alexander Nairn, plumber, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 15th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1898)

WILLIAMSON John Dowie, son of Agnes and Charles Williamson, died at Greenock Infirmary on 27th July 1902 age 5. 34 Nelson Street. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1902)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Reverend and Mrs John Williamson, Selkirk, born at 7 Ingleston street, Greenock on 22nd November 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1913)

WILLIAMSON Josiah Williamson, R.N., youngest son of Richard Williamson, Bolton, to Elizabeth White, 2nd daughter of late John Rattray, at Saint Aubyn’s, Devonport on 21st May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1902)

WILLIAMSON Margaret Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Richard Williamson, labourer, 37 Belville Street, to Peter Bisset, at the Manse, 17 Finnart Street, Greenock on 25th November 1908 (Greenock

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WILLIAMSON Margaret Montgomery, wife of Robert Williamson, blacksmith, died at 12 Grant Street, Greenock on 20th February 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1911)

WILLIAMSON Margaret Story, widow of James Williamson of Robert Houston and Sons, Greenock died at 45 Joppa Road, Portobello on 27th May 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1908)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W. Williamson born at 16 Kelly Street, Greenock on 29th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1914)

WILLIAMSON Sarah Ellen Millburn wife of the late John died at 24 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 1st March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1914)

WILLIAMSON Mary Williamson, mother of W.B. Williamson, Greenock and Port Glasgow, carrier, died at 10 Mill Street, Greenock in September 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1876

WILLIAMSON Mary Boag, wife of David Williamson, merchant, died at Greenock on 27th January 1796 (Edinburgh Courant 30.1.1796)

WILLIAMSON Margaret Hayton, wife of Alex Williamson, shipwright, died at 3 Virginia Street, Greenock on 11th November 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1900)

WILLIAMSON Margaret McArthur, widow of Archibald Williamson, shipmaster, died at Greenock on 8th January 1844 age 63. (Greenock Advertiser 12.1.1844)

WILLIAMSON Mary Murphy, widow of James Williamson, to John McKellar, at 7 Glenhuntly Terrace, Port Glasgow on 1st October 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1903, Port Glasgow Express 2.10.1903)

WILLIAMSON Margaret, widow of Reverend Archibald Williamson, Glasgow, died at Port Glasgow on 3rd October 1849 age 72. (Greenock Advertiser 5.10.1849)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson to Mary Cecilia, only daughter of Alex Cummings, formerly of Blairmore, at Ingleston Mission Hall, Greenock on 5th August 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1912)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Williamson, born at Fore Street, Port Glasgow on 20th May 1852. (Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1852)

WILLIAMSON Mary Cecilia, 4th daughter of late George Williamson, to James Wallace, M.D., at Orangefield, Greenock on 8th September 1857 by Reverend J. Nelson. (Greenock Advertiser 11.9.1857) see Jane MacL.; George senior.

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr. &Mrs. John Williamson, born at 31 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 11th January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1. 1914)

WILLIAMSON Janet, 3rd daughter of George Williamson, Procurator Fiscal, died at Greenock on 12th February 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 14.2.1854) see George senior and junior, Jane, Caroline, Margaret.

WILLIAMSON Thomas, carpenter died at 4 Mearns Street, Greenock on 28th January 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1914)

WILLIAMSON Janet, eldest daughter of Thomas Williamson, carpenter to Alexander McKeracher, at 50 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 11th December 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1883) see Annie Kerr.

WILLIAMSON Janet Williamson died at Bath Street, Gourock on 7th February 1896 age 88. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1888)

WILLIAMSON Janet McIlhagga, wife of Joseph Williamson, labourer, died at 7 Ingleston street, Greenock on 7th June 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1908)

WILLIAMSON Janet McMillan, widow of George S. Williamson, Fauldhouse, died at 31 Lyle Street, Greenock in May 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1899)

WILLIAMSON Jemima, 4th daughter of late Robert Williamson, HM Coastguard, Gourock to Adam Johnstone, Moffat, at Saint John’s, Newfoundland on 16th April 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1868)

WILLIAMSON Peter S. Williamson, provision merchant, died at Greenock on 3rd January 1914. Address, 6 Kelly Street, Greenock. – Obit page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1914)

WILLIAMSON Jemima Cunningham, eldest surviving daughter of George Williamson, writer, died at 37 Newton Street, Greenock on 21st November 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1891) see George.

WILLIAMSON Jennie, younger daughter of Mrs and late Daniel Williamson, builder, 21 Patrick Street, to George Hoy junior at Tontine, Greenock on 21st June 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1910)

WILLIAMSON Robert Williamson, junior, to Marjorie Robertson, eldest daughter of B. Russell, marine

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engineer, Shanghai, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 26th December 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1900)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson died at Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 31st October 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 3.11.1860) see Mary McB.

WILLIAMSON Mary McBride, daughter of John Williamson, died at Holmscroft street, Greenock on 19th January 1858. see John. (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1858)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Williamson, born at Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 21st March 1860. Duncan Cameron died on 28th July 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 31.7.60, Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1860)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Williamson, teacher, born at 1 Kelly Street, Greenock on 24th November 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 24.11.1882. Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1882)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson, optician, died at 14 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 18th March 1904 age 62 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1904)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson, marine engineer, Greenock to Isabella Paisley, eldest daughter of Cuthbert Dinsdale, at Saint Luke’s, Wallsend-on-Tyne on 2nd October 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1900)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Williamson, clerk, born at 32 South Street, Greenock on 28th June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1899)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson to Elizabeth Nicol, youngest daughter of late James Baine, at 14 Robertson Street, Greenock on 31st August 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1898)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson, to Susannah, eldest daughter of John Heaton Scott, foreman, Merino Mill, on 29th April 1887 by special licence. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1887)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Williamson, born at 37 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 1st May 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1867)

WILLIAMSON A son to late Mr and Mrs John Williamson, born at 54 Brougham Street, Greenock on 14th June 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1888)

WILLIAMSON Infant son of John and Agnes, died, at 31 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 12th January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1914)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Williamson, headmaster, Glebe School, born at 1 Kelly Street, Greenock on 4th July 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1881, Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1881)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson, headmaster, Glebe School, died at 54 Brougham Street, Greenock on 5th February 1888 – obituary page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1888)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson, headmaster, Glebe School, to Emily Elizabeth, only daughter of Henry Durkin, Customs, at 24 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 30th June 1880 by Reverend J.M. Jarvie. (Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1880, Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1880)

WILLIAMSON A son to Captain and Mrs John Williamson, born at Anderson Place, Gourock on 11th July 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1873)

WILLIAMSON A son to Captain and Mrs John Williamson, born at 95 Ashbourne Place, Greenock on 2nd May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1871)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson to Jenny, 3rd daughter of late Malcolm Currie, Arran, at 2 Castle Mansions, Gourock on 2nd March 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1906)

WILLIAMSON John Williamson, joiner, died at Newark Castle, Port Glasgow on 6th October 1885 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1885)

WILLIAMSON William Sinclair Williamson to Janet, youngest daughter of John Goldie, at Bath Street, Gourock on 20th April 1876 by Reverend A. Russell. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1876)

WILLIAMSON Mrs Robert Williamson died at 16 William Street, Greenock on 20th November 1870 age 34 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1870)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Williamson, finisher, born at 19 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 20th October 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1882)

WILLIAMSON Thomas D. Williamson, formerly of Greenock, died at Gibraltar on 3rd June 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1868)

WILLIAMSON William Williamson, currier, Beith, to Marion, 2nd daughter of Robert Warden, baker, Greenock, at Glasgow on 26th September 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1851)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Williamson, born at 39 Crawfurd Street, Glebe, Greenock, on 16th November 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 18.11.1856)

WILLIAMSON William Williamson, to Deborah Laverty at Tamlaght O’Crilly, Ireland on 2nd June 1859. now –

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19 Prospecthill Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1909)

WILLIAMSON William Williamson, labourer, (wife Deborah?), died at 19 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 11th July 1910 age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1910) see Deborah

WILLIAMSON William Williamson, carpenter, Gourock, presumed drowned in in loss of ‘Canada’, Glasgow, from Bombay April 1862 age 43 (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1862)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs W.S. Williamson, formerly of Gourock, born at 531 West 48th Street, New York on 3rd April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1891)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs W.S. Williamson, joiner, born at Kempock Place, Gourock on 28th August 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1888)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs W.S. Williamson, joiner born at 4, Kempock Place, Gourock on 16th August 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1886)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs W.S. Williamson, born at 5 Kempock Place, Gourock in July 1884. Jane died 10th January 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1885. Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1884)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs William S. Williamson, born at 5 Kempock Place, Gourock on 15th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1880)

WILLIAMSON Thomas Williamson, native of Greenock, died at Halifax, Nova Scotia on 27th March 1848 age 57. (Greenock Advertiser 21.4.1848)

WILLIAMSON William Arthur Montgomery Williamson, to Margaret Arthur, daughter of late John McCowan, engineer, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 9th September 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1903)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Williamson, L. and N. Tea Company, born at 26 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 1st August 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1882)

WILLIAMSON William, son of James Williamson, warehouseman, died at 4 South Street, Greenock on 24th April 1881 age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1881)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Williamson, born at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 15th March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1888)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Williamson, steward, born at 74 Wellington Street, Greenock on 5th May 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1895)

WILLIAMSON William Williamson, to Jessie, eldest daughter of late James McDougall, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 14th February 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1905)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs William S. Williamson, born at Kempock Place, Gourock on 11th May 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 13.5.1878. Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1878)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Williamson, traveller, born at 16 Kelly Street, Greenock on 21st October 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1911)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs W.S. Williamson, born at Quay Head, Gourock on 20th March 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 24.3.1877. Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1877)

WILLIAMSON William Black Williamson, husband of Isabella Glen, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th April 1909. 18 Holmscroft Street. (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1909)

WILLIAMSON William R. Williamson, plasterer, formerly of Greenock, to Mary Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of William Duff, farmer, Beckwith, at Orne Valley, Canada on 1st January 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1886)

WILLIAMSON Infant daughter of William Williamson, L. and N. Tea Company, died at 25 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 16th December 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1881)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs William R. Williamson, plasterer, formerly of Greenock, born at Carleton Place, Canada on 10th May 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1887)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs W. Williamson, L. and N. Tea Company, born at 19 Trafalgar Street, Greenock, on 24th November 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1878)

WILLIAMSON Thomas Williamson, spirit dealer, died at Greenock on 1st June 1816 (Greenock Advertiser 7.6.1816)

WILLIAMSON William Williamson, to Agnes McKerrow, 2nd daughter of late George Watson, draper, at Watt Hall, Greenock on 7th November 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1906)

WILLIAMSON Jane MacLean, widow of George Williamson, Procurator Fiscal, died at her son-in-law’s, Alex Rodger, Newton Street, Greenock on 10th October 1859 age 78. (Greenock Advertiser 11.10.1859) see Mary Cecilia, George senior

WILLIAMSON Matthew Williamson, former boatman, died at 28 Ann Street, Greenock on 21st October 1870

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(Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1870)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Captain and Mrs Peter Williamson, born at 6, Brisbane Street, Greenock on 4th December 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1900)

WILLIAMSON Peter Stomj Williamson to Agnes, youngest daughter of James H. Ame, at Lilybank, Gourock on 6th June 1868 by Reverend A. Russell (Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1878. Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1878)

WILLIAMSON Peter S. Williamson, to Agnes Cumming, youngest daughter of James H. Pime, at Lilybank, Gourock Road Greenock on 6th June 1878. new 18 Kelly Street. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1903)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Peter S. Williamson, born at Lilybank, Gourock on 27th April 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1879)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Peter S. Williamson, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 16th September 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1881)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Peter S. Williamson, traveller, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 10th March 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1884)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Peter S. Williamson, traveller, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 11th June 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1885)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Peter S. Williamson, traveller, born at 36 Mount Pleasant Street Greenock on 11th December 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1888)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Peter S. Williamson, traveller, born at 36 Mount Pleasant street, Greenock on 30th December 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1890)

WILLIAMSON Robert Williamson, Menzies Land, Bridge, Port Glasgow, drowned in timber pond at Inchgreen on 17th May 1860 age 8 (Greenock Advertiser 22.5.1860)

WILLIAMSON Captain Robert Williamson , brig Othello, Greenock, to Agnes Davidson only daughter of late Captain William Robertson at 4 George Square, Greenock on 14th February 1861 by Reverend J. Nelson (Greenock Advertiser 16.2.1861)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Williamson, born at Ashton, Gourock on 14th September 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 16.9.1865

WILLIAMSON Thomas Williamson, boilermaker, injured in an accident at Caird’s yard on 30th January 1882, died in Greenock Infirmary on 31st January 1882 age 35, 25 John Street. Husband of Rachel Moore. (Greenock Advertiser 1.2.1882, Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1882)

WILLIAMSON Sara Williamina, 4th daughter of late Robert Williamson, merchant, Glasgow, died at Wellswood, Gourock on 4th January 1889 age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1889) see Agnes Y.

WILLIAMSON Susannah Scott, wife of John Williamson, timekeeper, 5 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 2nd February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1912) see Susannah.

WILLIAMSON Susannah, daughter of John Williamson, timekeeper, died at 5 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 22nd April 1913.. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1913.) see Susannah S

WILLIAMSON Stephen James, son of Stephen Williamson, died at 24 Sir Michael Street, Greenock in May 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1872)

WILLIAMSON Sarah Richardson Livingston, widow of Robert Williamson, linen merchant, Glasgow, died at Wellswood, Gourock on 23 May 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1907) see Agnes Y.

WILLIAMSON Sarah Jane, youngest daughter of James Williamson, formerly of Rothesay, died at 7 New Dock Lane, Greenock on 18th March 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1884)

WILLIAMSON Robert Williamson, formerly of Coastguards, Gourock died at Princes Street, Dundee on 21st July 1863 age 71. (Greenock Advertiser 25.7.1863)

WILLIAMSON Sara Cameron, Carradale Cottage, Dunoon, widow of John Williamson, died at 21a Patrick street, Greenock on 24th October 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10 1909)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Williamson, born at 16 William Street, Greenock on 8th March 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 9.3.1869)

WILLIAMSON Robert, Rae, youngest son of William Williamson, labourer, 19 Prospecthill Street, to Annie Grierson Miller, daughter of late Andrew Campbell Hastie, Maryville, 79 Brisbane Street, at George Square Baptist, Greenock on 7th June 1907 – Maryville. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1907)

WILLIAMSON Robert C. Williamson, died at 13 Brachelston, Street, Greenock on 29th January 1906 age

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12½ (Greenock Telegraph 301.1906)

WILLIAMSON Robert, 3rd son of late Robert Williamson, merchant, Glasgow, and Mrs Williamson, Wellswood, Gourock died at Johannesburg in September/October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1911)

WILLIAMSON Marion, wife of W. Williamson, 2nd daughter of late Robert Warden, baker, Greenock, died at Norwood, Massachusetts on 1st February 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1899)

WILLIAMSON Robert Williamson, tailor, father of Walter, died at 22 Bearhope Street, Greenock in August 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1886)

WILLIAMSON Mary McDougall, wife of A. Williamson, died at 73 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th July 1873. Still-born son born on 9th July. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1873)

WILLIAMSON Sarah Duncan, infant daughter of Captain John Williamson, died at Mountside Place, 26 Wellington Street, Greenock on 6th September 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1869)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Charles Williamson, clerk, born at 32 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 17th April 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1894)

WILLIAMSON Barbara, 2nd daughter of George Williamson, cooper, to John Black, cooper, Largs, at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 31st December 1875 by Rev J. McFarlan. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1876) See George.

WILLIAMSON Barbara Ponton Cunningham, wife of George Williamson, writer, died at 37 Newton Street, Greenock on 22nd April 1890 age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1890) see George.

WILLIAMSON Barbara Sinclair, eldest daughter of George Williamson, to Donald McDonald, merchant, at Newton Street, Greenock on 13th June 1867 by Rev J, Nelson. (Greenock Advertiser 15.6.1867, Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1867) See George.

WILLIAMSON Bessie Paterson, eldest daughter of Daniel Williamson, joiner, died at 5 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 24th May 1882 age 15. (Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1882, Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1882) see Daniel.

WILLIAMSON Catherine, wife of Hugh Williamson, eldest daughter of late Malcolm Lindsay, died at 62 Wellington Street, Greenock on 20th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1910)

WILLIAMSON Cathie, youngest daughter of John Williamson, engineer, died at 2 Old Hillend, Greenock on 22nd March 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1912)

WILLIAMSON Caroline, youngest daughter of George Williamson, Procurator Fiscal, died at Greenock on 3rd August 1839 age 14. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1839) see Jane

WILLIAMSON Catherine Brydie, widow of James Williamson, formerly of Greenock Excise, died at 10 Carlton Terrace, Edinburgh on 3rd January 1862. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1862) see James.

WILLIAMSON Catherine Peel, wife of James Williamson, formerly of Greenock, died at Carleton Place, Canada on 23rd December 1894 age 75. (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1895)

WILLIAMSON Catherine Thompson, elder daughter of Captain James Williamson, Craigbarnet, to Daniel Noel Jackson, Cortbridge on Tyne, at St. Paul’s Greenock, on 10th January 1900 report 11.1.1900 page2. (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1900)

WILLIAMSON Charles Williamson, gardener, Port Glasgow, to Helen, eldest daughter of late Duncan McNab, Customs at Crookston Street, Glasgow in October 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 20.10.1860)

WILLIAMSON Charles Williamson, gardener, died at Port Glasgow on 13th September 1870 age 70. (Greenock Advertiser 15.9.1870) see Elizabeth.

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs David Williamson, fitter, born at 50 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 2nd May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1912)

WILLIAMSON Charles Williamson, Gladstone Cottage, Bishopton, to Agnes, youngest daughter of James Lindsay, joiner, 46 East. Hamilton Street, at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 19th November 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1891)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs Andrew M. Williamson, cashier, born at 2 Finnart Street, Greenock on 12th July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1907)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Charles Williamson, clerk, born at 34 Nelson Street W, Greenock on 10th April 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1896)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Charles Williamson, clerk, born at 34 Nelson Street W, Greenock on 15th June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1897)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs Charles Williamson, clerk, born at 34 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 5th March 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1900)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Charles Williamson, clerk, born at 34 Nelson Street Greenock on 2nd

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WILLIAMSON Charles, 3rd son of late James Williamson, joiner, died at 31 Belhaven Street Port Glasgow on 23rd May 1899 (Port Glasgow Express 26.5.1899, Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1899)

WILLIAMSON Charles Williamson, ironmoulder, son of William Williamson, 19 Prospecthill, died at Greenock Infirmary on 8th December 1903 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1903)

WILLIAMSON Christian Porteous, twin daughter of John and Dora Williamson, river pilot, died at 35 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 25th September 1897 age 11 months (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1897)

WILLIAMSON Captain A.P.W. Williamson, Greenock Navigation School, to Jeanie Scott, 2nd daughter of late Peter C. McKinley, at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 24th January 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1900)

WILLIAMSON Daniel Anderson Williamson, joiner and builder, 4th son of late Daniel Williamson of Williamson and Gray, died at 15 Brisbane Street Greenock on 23rd July 1896. mother Elizabeth. See Daniel (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1896)

WILLIAMSON Alexander Williamson, carpenter, died at Auchinleck Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 3rd September 1913 age 34. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1913. Port Glasgow Express 5.9.1913)

WILLIAMSON David Williamson, Kinghorn, to Martha, youngest daughter of late John Sandford, at Greenock on 1st January 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1901)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs David Williamson, born at Clydeview House, 1 East William Street, Greenock on 10th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1902)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs David Williamson, fitter, born at 48 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 6th October 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1904)

WILLIAMSON Charles Williamson, boilermaker, to Margaret Osborne, at 10 Wellington Street, Greenock on 18th June 1869 by Reverend McFarlane. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1869)

WILLIAMSON A. Williamson, mate, Greenock, on board the missing ship ‘Loch Lagan’ from Liverpool to Melbourne, last spoken to on 26th October 1875, age 25. (Greenock Advertiser 18.4.1876)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Captain and Mrs Williamson, born at 14 Robertson Street, Greenock on 20th July 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1902)

WILLIAMSON Agnes, only daughter of Andrew Williamson, gardener, Inverkip, to Robert Gray, joiner, at Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 19th December 1856 by Reverend P. Douglas, Free Church, Inverkip (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1856)

WILLIAMSON Agnes, widow of Andrew Williamson, sister of John Lawson, died at 9 Tobago Street, Greenock in April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1884)

WILLIAMSON Agnes Currie, daughter of Anderson Williamson, 40 Robertson Street, to Thomas Greenlees, at Tontine, Greenock on 8th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1910) see Agnes

WILLIAMSON Agnes McMillan, daughter of Captain John Williamson, died at Mountside, Wellington Street, Greenock on 29th April 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1870)

WILLIAMSON Agnes S. McMillan, wife of John Williamson, grocer, died at Fore Street, Port Glasgow on 21st February 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 23.2.1862)

WILLIAMSON Agnes Weir, wife of Alex Williamson, died at 7 Prospecthill Street Greenock on 14th January 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1901)

WILLIAMSON Agnes young, 2nd daughter of late Robert Williamson, linen merchant, Glasgow and Mrs Williamson, Wellswood, Gourock, to William McEwing, Campbeltown, at Windsor Hotel, Glasgow on 14th September 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1906) see Andrew F: Sarah W: Sarah R.L:

WILLIAMSON Infant son of Alex Williamson, carpenter, died at 14 Terrace Road, Greenock on 29th April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1884)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Captain and Mrs Alex Williamson, born at 55 Esplanade, Greenock on 13th May 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1893)

WILLIAMSON A son to Captain and Mrs Alex Williamson, born at 67 Esplanade, Greenock on 24th August 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1897)

WILLIAMSON Alexander Williamson to Jessie, eldest daughter of late James Sutherland, Newton, Stornoway, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 10th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1898)

WILLIAMSON Alexander Williamson, accountant, to Lily, only daughter of Kenneth McLean, at Tontine, Greenock on 30th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1898)

WILLIAMSON Annie Marie, eldest daughter of James Williamson, to William, 4th son of Alex Currie, cooper,

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at Britannia Hall, Greenock on 25th April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1884)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs A. Williamson, born at 17 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 18th March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1888)

WILLIAMSON David Williamson, formerly of Greenock, died at Portland Street, Laurieston on 9th January 1827 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1827)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew M. Williamson, clerk, born at 2 Finnart Street, Greenock on 14th July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1906)

WILLIAMSON Andrew Mathieson Williamson, Greenock to Isabella Marion, elder daughter of late John Yellowlees, Selkirk, at Darling’s Regent Hotel, Edinburgh on 1st July 1905. (Greenock Telegraph)

WILLIAMSON Andrew Fergus, youngest son of late Robert Williamson, Glasgow, and Mrs Williamson, Wellswood, Gourock, died at Kobe, Japan on 10th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1901) see Agnes Y.

WILLIAMSON Andrew, 3rd son of late Daniel Williamson, joiner, Greenock, to Mary, youngest daughter, of George B. Ramsay, formerly of Dundee, at South Melbourne on 18th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1898) see Daniel

WILLIAMSON Alexander Williamson, shipwright, died at 3 Virginia Street, Greenock on 7th May 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1908)

WILLIAMSON Andrew S. Williamson, surgeon, died at Port Glasgow on 14th May 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 18.5.1841)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs A. Williamson, born at 16 Kelly Street, Greenock on 6th April 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1908)

WILLIAMSON Andrew Williamson to Helen Smith, youngest daughter of late William Shaw, at 21 Brisbane street, Greenock on 1st June 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1887)

WILLIAMSON Andrew Williamson, formerly of Inverkip, died at Gateside, Greenock on 6th November 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1880) see Agnes

WILLIAMSON Andrew, eldest and last surviving son of late John Williamson, died at 68 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 31st December 1876 age 21years 15 days. (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1877)

WILLIAMSON Alfred T. Williamson to Jeanie, eldest daughter of Colin Bonar, engine-driver, 24 Antigua Street, Greenock, at Maisonevve Presbyterian, Montreal on 6th April 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1910)

WILLIAMSON Mrs Williamson, age 30, died of cholera on 2nd May 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 4.5.1832)

WILLIAMSON Annie Kerr, wife of Thomas Williamson, carpenter, died at 37 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th April 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1876) see Janet.

WILLIAMSON Annie, eldest surviving daughter of James Williamson, grocer, to Henry B. Kerr, at 4 South Street Greenock on 22nd December 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1885)

WILLIAMSON James Williamson to Mary, youngest daughter of late Daniel Fleming, Bank Street, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 30th June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1891)

WILLIAMSON George Williamson to Annie Black, 2nd daughter of David Moffat, shipwright, at 20 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 14th October 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 15.10. 1910)

WILLIAMSON George, youngest son of John and Susannah Williamson, timekeeper, died at 5 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock, on 30th April 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1911)

WILLIAMSON George Williamson, teacher, died at 3 Binnie Street, Gourock on 23 November 1912 – page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1912)

WILLIAMSON David, youngest son of George and Catherine Williamson, engineer, died at 28 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 13th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1902)

WILLIAMSON Georgina Richardson, youngest daughter of late Robert Williamson, linen merchant, Glasgow and Mrs Williamson, Wellswood, Gourock, to William, eldest son of William Reid, Bombay Dye Works, at Saint Andrew’s Bombay on 26th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1902)

WILLIAMSON Daniel Williamson, joiner, died at 5 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 14th October 1891 age 59 – obituary page 3. wife Elizabeth. See Bessie P: Andrew: Daniel A: Joseph P. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1891)

WILLIAMSON Gilbert McMillan, youngest son of John Williamson, grocer, died at Fore Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd April 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1849)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs H. Williamson, born at 64 Holmscroft street, Greenock on 26th October 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1872)

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WILLIAMSON Helen Brown Stone, wife of James Williamson, warehouseman, died at 19 Antigua Street, Greenock on 7th January 1887 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1887)

WILLIAMSON Isabella, eldest daughter of George Williamson, cooper, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 11th October 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1870 see George)

WILLIAMSON James Williamson, of the Excise in Port Glasgow, to Katherine, youngest daughter of late David Brydie of Kilmacolm on 21st October 1811. (Greenock Advertiser 28.10.1811) see Catherine B.

WILLIAMSON Reverend James Williamson, former pastor to French and Flemish Protestant Church, Louvain, Netherlands, died at Orangefield, Greenock, on 12th December 1856. – obituary page 2. (Greenock Advertiser 16.12.1856)

WILLIAMSON George Williamson, Bishopton, to Mary, daughter of James W. Black, bookseller, at 2 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 25th December 1902, 3 Binnie Street, Gourock. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1902)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Captain and Mrs James Williamson, born at 11 Bentinck Street, Greenock on 8th February 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1885)

WILLIAMSON George Richardson Williamson, to Jane Auld, daughter of late William Easton, merchant, Glasgow, at Woodside, Gourock on 10th September 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 1892)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Williamson, born at 21 Trafalgar street, Greenock on 26th December 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1893)

WILLIAMSON James Williamson, engineer, P.S. Galatea, to Janet, eldest daughter of Rupert McLintock, patternmaker, 59 Belville Street, at Forester’s Hall, Greenock on 18th October 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1894)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Williamson, engineer, born at 49 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 8th August 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1897)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs James Williamson, engineer, born at 49 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 14th May 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1899)

WILLIAMSON Son to Mr and Mrs James Williamson, engineer, born at 15 Newton Street, Greenock on 13th January 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1901)

WILLIAMSON James Williamson, former salesman with Robert Houston and Sons, West Blackhall Street, Greenock, died at Gayfield Terrace Mid Street, Bathgate on 9th October 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1896)

WILLIAMSON James, eldest son of Peter and Agnes Williamson, commission agent, died at 14 Kelly Street, Greenock on 31st May 1904 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1904)

WILLIAMSON James Williamson, Greenock, to Jeanie Marshall, elder daughter of late Robert Pettigrew, Greenock, at Wellpark, Dumbarton on 30th January 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1909)

WILLIAMSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James Williamson, grocer, born at 19 Dempster Street, Greenock on 31st May 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1910)

WILLIAMSON James Williamson, husband of Sarah, died at 84 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 6th April 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1912)

WILLIAMSON James Carstairs Williamson, ironmonger, Helensburgh, to Mary Robb, eldest daughter of William Robb, at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 12th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1900)

WILLIAMSON James, G. Williamson to Jessie, eldest daughter of Charles Dickson, mechanic, at 36 Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow on 3rd July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1906. Port Glasgow Express 6.7.1906)

WILLIAMSON Jane, daughter of George Williamson, writer, to Alex Rodger, Renfrewshire Bank, on 24th April 1837 by Reverend Morran. (Greenock Advertiser 24.4.1837) See Caroline, George, George junior.

WILLIAMSON James Williamson, shop assistant of James Buchanan, wine and spirit merchant, died at Bogle street, Greenock on 18th June 1851 age 31 (Greenock Advertiser 21.6.1859)

WILLIAMSON David Arthur, youngest son of Robert Williamson, died at Eastfield, Grant Street, Greenock on 18th September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1913)`

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Williamson, born at 55 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 11th July 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1879)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Williamson, L. and N. Tea Company, born at 25 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 13th September 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1882)

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WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs Edward Williamson, born at 8 Murdieston Street Greenock on 19th August 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1885)

WILLIAMSON Eliza Meiklejohn, widow of Captain John Williamson, died at 2 Captain street, Greenock on 21st September 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1842)

WILLIAMSON Elizabeth, only daughter of Charles Williamson, to Andrew Harvey, merchant, Port Glasgow, on 5th June 1860 by Reverend P. McLaren at Newark Castle, Port Glasgow. (Greenock Advertiser 7.6.1860) See Jane B: Charles.

WILLIAMSON Elizabeth Crawford, elder daughter of Anderson Williamson, died at 40 Robertson Street, Greenock on 28th February 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1905)

WILLIAMSON Elizabeth Hart, wife of Harry Williamson, died at 13 Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 21st February 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1886)

WILLIAMSON Georgina Stone, widow of Matthew Williamson, died at 2 Watt Place, Greenock on 27th October 1886 age 57 (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1886)

WILLIAMSON William James 26.2.1947 Port Glasgow, David, merchant no 30 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Peter 363 Inverkip Street Cemetery, George, interred 29.8.1817 66 Duncan Street Cemetery

WILLIAMSON George, only son of late George Williamson, interred Greenock, died at 696 Steine Street, San Francisco on 27th February 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1910)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Williamson, carpenter, born at 51 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 29th August 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 30.8.1877, Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1877)

WILLIAMSON Jane Brown, wife of Charles Williamson, died at Castle Gardens, Port Glasgow on 26th December 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 29.12.1854) see Elizabeth.

WILLIAMSON Deborah, eldest daughter of John Williamson, timekeeper, died at 2 Wemyss Bay Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1897)

WILLIAMSON Elizabeth Paterson, widow of Daniel Williamson, joiner and builder, died at 21a Patrick Street, Greenock on 12th April 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1912)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Williamson junior, born at 23 Regent street, Greenock on 23rd May 1844 (Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1844)

WILLIAMSON A son to Mr and Mrs George Williamson junior, born at Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 13th October 1852. George. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1852)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Williamson junior, born at 5 Ardgowan street, Greenock on 26th November 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1847)

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Williamson junior, born at 25 Regent Street, Greenock on 9th May 1846. Jane died at Newton Street on 14th January 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1870, Greenock Advertiser 12.5.1846)

WILLIAMSON Deborah, widow of William Williamson, died at 19 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 16th October 1910 age 72. see William (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1902)

WILLIAMSON George, eldest son of George Williamson, cooper, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 10th June 1876 age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1876) see Barbara: George: Isabella.

WILLIAMSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Williamson, born at Newton Street, Finnart, Greenock on 30th September 1855. (Greenock Advertiser 2.10.1855)

WILLIAMSON George Williamson, cooper, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 8th May 1877 (father of Robert). (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1877) see George.

WILLIAMSON George Williamson, writer, died at 37 Newton Street, Greenock on 28th March 1899 age 86 – obituary page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1899) see George

WILLIAMSON George Williamson junior, writer, Greenock, to Barbara Ponton, eldest daughter of William Cunningham, goldsmith, Edinburgh, at Edinburgh on 20th July 1841 by Reverend J.J. Wood. (1896. (Greenock Advertiser 23.7.1841) see George, Caroline, Jane: Jemima C. Barbara P. Barbara S: George

WILLIAMSON George Williamson, Procurator-Fiscal, died at Greenock on 23rd October 1854 age 73, obituary page 2. (Greenock Advertiser 24.10.1854) see Janet

WILLIAMSON George Williamson, writer in Greenock, to Jean McLean, eldest daughter of John McLean, of Hutchesontown, Glasgow on 10th June 1811 at Glasgow. (Greenock Advertiser 17.6.1811) see Jane: Caroline: George junior: Margaret: Janet: Jane Macl: Mary C.

WILLIAMSON Euphemia Hillons, widow of George Williamson, cooper, died at 28 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 26th July 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1903) see Euphemia.

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WILLIAMSON George, only son of George Williamson, writer, Greenock, to Julia Lorreta, youngest daughter of late Cornelius McCarthy, San Francisco, at La Toyon, Auburn, California on 18th January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1896) see George.

WILLIAMSON Euphemia, youngest daughter of late George Williamson, to William McAlpine, N.H.S.M. plumber, at 35 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 21st March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1894)

WILLIAMSON, Son to Mr and Mrs Alex Williamson, born at Carlogie, Greenock on 23rd March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1911)

WILLIS Helen, wife of Edward Willis, daughter of late Thomas and Elizabeth Poustie, Thorndean Nursery, Greenock, died at Durban on 26th January 1894 age 28. (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1894)

WILLIS Isabella Dugan, wife of Thomas Willis, died at 9 Main Street, Greenock on 20th January 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1890)

WILLIS Reverend William Willis, formerly of Greenock and Stirling, died at Glasgow on 1st October 1827 age 78 (Greenock Advertiser 9.10.1827)

WILLIS Son (Archibald) to Mr and Mrs Willis, lat of H.A.A.A. Barnes, SW, born at Clubhouse, Gourock, NB on 11th March 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1913)

WILLISON Francis, daughter of John Willison, to Alexander McGrigor, writer, Glasgow, at Port Glasgow, on 8th June 1795. (Edinburgh Courant 13.6.1795)

WILLOCK Robert J.P. Willock, dyer, husband of Margaret, died at Smithston, on 27th December 1905 age 32. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1905)

WILLOCK Janet Chesney, only daughter of John Willock, traveller, Meadowbank, to Matthew Richmond, property agent, eldest son of late James Richmond, at Gourock Parish Church on 17th August 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1898)

WILLOUGHBY Ann Fraser Flockhart, wife of J. M. Willoughby, died at 11 Grey Place, Greenock on 27th June 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 30.6.1864) see J.M.

WILLOUGHBY Son to Mr and Mrs George Willoughby, seaman, born at 24 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1906)

WILLOUGHBY J. M. Willoughby, spirit dealer, died at 38 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 6th November 1872 age 50. (Greenock Advertiser7.11.1872) see Ann F.F.

WILLS John Wills, Garvey, to Katie Douglas, daughter of William Caldwell, pointsman, at 15 Brougham Street, Greenock on 31st October 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1890)

WILLS Jane, eldest daughter of Peter Wills, dyer, to Robert Mudoch McGill, engineer, at 62 Ann Street, Greenock on 14th April 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1887) see Peter.

WILLS Peter Wills, dyer, husband of Annie, died at 71 Ann Street, Greenock on 28th December 1897 age 57. (Greenock Telegraph 29.2.1897) see Janet.

WILLS A son to Mr and Mrs Charles Downing Wills, born at Armadale Buildings, Greenock, on 2nd February 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 5.2.1856)

WILSMORE Son to Mr and Mrs Norman Mortimer Wilsmore, Altona, Melbourne, born at 62 Finnart Street, Greenock on 8th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1899)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Wilson, compositor, born at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 23rd November 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 25.11.1878)

WILSON Violet, widow of Captain Robert Wilson, died at Greenock on 22nd June 1849 age 83 (Greenock Advertiser 26.6.1849)

WILSON Thomas Field Wilson, Glasgow, to Janie Logan, eldest daughter of Donald Ross Holmes, yarn merchant, Glasgow, at 3 George Place, Ashton, Gourock on 12th October 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10 1907)

WILSON Thomas Armstrong, son of Alex and Jeanie Wilson, died at 1 Clune Place, Port Glasgow on 10th May 1903 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1903)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, baker, died at 6 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1911 age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1911)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, Secretary and general Manager, Greenock Harbour Trust, died at 49 Esplanade, Greenock on 24th April 1909 age 62 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1909)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, boilermaker, husband of Sarah Cadlerwood, died at 4 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 28th March 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1905)

WILSON Thomas, eldest son of Henry and Ellen Wilson, died at 35 Mackenzie Street, Greenock on 7th

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September 1904 age 11½ (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1904)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, cooper, husband of Ann, died at 2 Crawford Lane, Greenock on 28th March 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1903) see Ann T.

WILSON Sergeant Thomas Wilson, formerly with Greenock Burgh Police, died at 20 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 11th August 1882 age 74 – obituary p.2. (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1883) see wife Anna.

WILSON Mrs Aulay Wilson died at Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 25th October 1852 (Greenock Advertiser 29.10.1852) see Agnes; Aulay; Janet

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Wilson, writer, born at 25 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 13th October 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 13.10.1879, Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1879)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Wilson, writer, born at 25 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 5th February 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 7.2.1878, Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1878)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Tom Wilson, writer, born at 25 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 8th November 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 9.11.1875)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Wilson, born at 3 Arthur Street, Greenock on 7th November 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 10.11.1868)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, Glasgow, to Miss Salter, by Reverend Barr at Port Glasgow on 16th October 1843. (Greenock Advertiser 24.10.1843)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, formerly writer it Greenock, died at Rothesay on 21st January 1829 age 43. (Greenock Advertiser 13.2.1829)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, mason, died at 35 Wellington Street, Greenock on 30th January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1900) see Jeanie.

WILSON Reverend William Wilson of Greenock, died at Claremont Place, Glasgow on 10th March 1931 (Greenock Advertiser 15.3.1831)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 51 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1873)

WILSON William Wilson, engineer, to Rachel Brown, only daughter of late William Taylor, Greenock at Calside, Paisley on 3rd July 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1872)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 26 Wellington Street, Greenock on 27th March 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1873)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 26 Wellington Street, Greenock on 8th January 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1872)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at Hillend, Greenock on 16th August 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1870)

WILSON William Wilson, joiner, Arthur Street, Greenock, missing on 8th July 1863 age 33 (Greenock Advertiser 14.7.1863)

WILSON Violet Walker, elder daughter of Michael Wilson, to Alexander Turner, at Tontine, Greenock on 13th November 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1901)

WILSON William Wilson, merchant, Glasgow, to Mary, daughter of late Robert Fleming, Ashton, Gourock, at Argyle Street, Glasgow on 3rd April 1855 (Greenock Advertiser 6.4.1855)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs W. H. Wilson, born at Stadaeona, Lilybank, Port Glasgow on 9th April 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1911, Port Glasgow Express 12.4.1911)

WILSON Reverend William Wilson of Greenock to Mrs Margaret Buchanan, on 25th April 1820 at Glasgow (Greenock Advertiser 28.4.1820)

WILSON Wilhelmina, wife of Donald Wilson, B.T. Officer, youngest daughter of late William Wilson, died at 26 Bank Street, Greenock on 4th July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1910)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Walter Wilson, caulker, born at 43 Shaw Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1905)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter Wilson, born at 27 Brymner Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1904)

WILSON Walter Wilson, riveter, husband of Maggie, died at 10 Shaw Place, Greenock on 5th November 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1900)

WILSON Walter Wilson, former supervisor of the Customs, died at Greenock on 23rd May 1825 (Greenock Advertiser 7.6.1825)

WILSON Susan Whitley, wife of Mr Wilson, Charles Street, died on 20th January 1872 in Greenock

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Infirmary, after falling in Victoria Harbour on 17th January 1872 age 49 (Greenock Advertiser 23.1.1872)

WILSON William Wilson to Elizabeth Richmond, eldest daughter of late Alex McMillan, Kilmarnock, at Hunterston Mains, West Kilbride on 25th November 1962. now – Braefoot Cottage, Inverkip (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1912)

WILSON Nannie, youngest daughter of Andrew Wilson, died at Craigie Place Highholm Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd February 1895 age 8 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1895)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Neil Wilson, formerly of Port Glasgow, born at Davaar Cottage, Durban, Natal on 11th December 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1899)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Neil Wilson, formerly of Port Glasgow, born at Davaar Cottage, Grayville, Durban, Natal on 25th January 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1895)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Neil Wilson, formerly of Port Glasgow, born at Davaar Cottage, Grayville, Durban, Natal on 3rd March 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1892)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Neil Wilson, formerly of Port Glasgow, born at 36 Back Street, Campbeltown on 9th May 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1890)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Neil Wilson, born at 81 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 6th March 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1889)

WILSON Nathan Copland, infant son of John and Agnes Wilson, caulker, died at 4 Old Hillend, Greenock on 29th September 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1899)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs T. H. Wilson, sugar merchant, born at 49 Brougham Street, Greenock on 28th June 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1875)

WILSON Nathan Wilson, writer in Greenock and J.P. for Renfrew, died at Greenock on 20th March 1822, age 73 (Greenock Advertiser 26.3.1822)

WILSON Robert S. Wilson died at Saint Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 1st February 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 4.2.1871)

WILSON Mrs Henry Wilson, formerly of Greenock died at South Pueblo, Colorado on 9th June 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1888)

WILSON Munel Adeline, elder daughter of Robert Wilson, Cliftonville, Ashton, former headmaster, Highlanders, Greenock, to Hugh McGilvray at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 17th September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1913)

WILSON Mrs Thomas Wilson, wife of T. Wilson, spirit-dealer, murdered at Springkell Street, Greenock on 26th October 1843. Husband arrested (Greenock Advertiser 27.10.1843)

WILSON Mrs R. Wilson died at 6 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 27th February 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1902)

WILSON Mrs John Wilson, widow of Reverend John Wilson, died at 20 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 21st December 1886 age 87 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1886)

WILSON Mrs James Wilson, widow of J. Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Buenos Ayres, on 15th December 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1885)

WILSON William Moody Wilson died at Greenock, 52 Union Street on 26th November 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 27.11.1860)

WILSON Nathan, son of late Doctor Wilson, Greenock and former Colonel of 4th Light Dragoons, died at Sans-buildings, Islington, London on 1st August 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 13.8.1847)

WILSON Samuel Muir Wilson to Margaret McEwing, 2nd daughter of William McArthur, boilermaker, 52 Belville Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 25th December 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1913)

WILSON Susanna Parkhill, widow of James Wilson, only surviving daughter of late William Parkhill, Greenock, died at 103 Henderson Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow on 11th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1900) see James

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, corkcutter, born at 41 Lynedoch street, Greenock on 29th June 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1874

WILSON Susan Collins, widow of Joseph Wilson, Coatbridge, died at her son-in-law’s, John McLaren, 6 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 9th June 1883 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1883)

WILSON Susan, widow of Joseph Wilson junior, engineer, daughter of John Neilson, Dunoon, died at 5 Union Street, Greenock on 4th January 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1893)

WILSON Sarah Smith, wife of William Wilson, plumber, died at 3 Houston Street, Port Glasgow on 16th January 1892 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1892)

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WILSON Sarah, youngest daughter of James and Mary Wilson, died at 5 Market Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1909)

WILSON Sarah, daughter of Edward Wilson, caulker, died at 106 Dempster Street, Greenock on 4th January 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1900)

WILSON Neil Campbell Wilson, to Helen Hay, youngest daughter of Robert McHalfie, blacksmith, at 1 Houston Street, Port Glasgow on 25th November 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1904)

WILSON Samuel Muir Wilson, sugarhouse labourer, 4th son of Peter and Mary Wilson, 9 Mill Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 21st February 1913 – page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1913)

WILSON Nellie, R.W. elder daughter of Michael Wilson, engineer, 39 Bank Street, to John Purdon, marine engineer, at Tontine, Greenock on 9th September 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1904)

WILSON Samuel Wilson died at 58 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 7th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1911)

WILSON Samuel Wilson, senior, formerly of Lima station, Victoria and Cowal Station, New South Wales, died at Merton, Ruthven Street, Waverley, Sydney on 19th May 1901 age 88, formerly of Port Glasgow (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1901, Port Glasgow Express 28.6.1901)

WILSON Ross Wilson, a child, Crossshore Street, died of cholera on 23rd July 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 24.7.1832)

WILSON Robina Mary, younger surviving daughter of late Reverend Wilson, died at 2 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 23rd October 1858 (Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1858) see Helen

WILSON Robert S. Wilson, merchant, formerly of Greenock, died at Rangoon on 9th October 1886 of dysentery (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1886)

WILSON Robert S. Wilson, to Aggie, eldest daughter of late Captain Robert Taitt, Greenock at Rangoon on 8th November 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1873, Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1873)

WILSON Thomas Wilson, writer and messenger to Elizabeth Blair McKechany, daughter of late Charles McKechany on 15th September 1806 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 17.9.1806)

WILSON Sarah, youngest daughter of late William Wilson, to Andrew Stewart, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 19th October 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1894)

WILSON Doctor William Wilson, Greenock, to Jeannie Erskine, daughter of John Wotherspoon, at 124 Blythswood Terrace, Glasgow on 11th April 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 14.4.1866)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Baine Wilson, born at Springhill, Port Glasgow on 2nd September 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1905)

WILSON William Baine Wilson, Greenock, to Agnes Walker, younger daughter of late William Walker Rodger, ironmonger, at Springhill, Port Glasgow o 10th August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1904)

WILSON A son to Doctor and Mrs William A. Wilson, born at Thorncliff, Brisbane street, Greenock on 21st June 1882, (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1882)

WILSON A son to Doctor and Mrs William A. Wilson, born at 6 Grey Place, Greenock on 27th March 1879 (Greenock Advertiser 28.3.1879, Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1879)

WILSON A son to Doctor and Mrs William A. Wilson born at 6 Grey Place, Greenock on 13th July 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 14.7.1877, Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1877)

WILSON A son to Doctor and Mrs William A. Wilson, born at 6 Grey Place, Greenock on 11th January 1876. John Aitchison (Greenock Advertiser 13.1.1876, Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1876)

WILSON William Hawthorne Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Jean Alison, daughter of Mrs David Lang, formerly of Paisley, at 18 Rosebery Avenue, Ottawa on 9th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1910, Port Glasgow Express 10.6.1910)

WILSON Doctor William A. Wilson, Thorncliff, Greenock died at 6 Baning Place, Exeter on 17th March 1903 – obituary page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1903) see Ralph E: John A;

WILSON William Ewart Wilson to Catherine, eldest daughter of Captain Leslie, Southwood, at Tontine, Greenock on 22nd June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1907)

WILSON William Wilson died Braefoot Cottage, Inverkip on 22nd December 1912 age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1912)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 46 Gibbshill Terrace, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 6th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7 .1913)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, blacksmith, born at 6 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 10th April 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1913)

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WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, plumber, at 46 Gibbshill Terrace, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 3rd September 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1911)

WILSON William, infant son of John and Elizabeth Wilson, died at 47 Firth View, Port Glasgow, on 23rd January 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1911)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, blacksmith, born at 16 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 1st September 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1909)

WILSON William Wilson, to Mattie Crawford, eldest daughter of Alex Smith, baker, Dunolly, Bawhirley road, at Toantin, Greenock on 4th July 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1908)

WILSON A son to Doctor and Mrs William A. Wilson, born at 6 Grey Place, Greenock on 10th May 1874 (Greenock Advertiser 12.5.1874, Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1874)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William F. Wilson, born at Windsor Place, 38 Royal Street, Gourock on 11th June 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1882) Elizabeth died on 2nd June 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1883)

WILSON Minnie, daughter of late John S. Wilson. Glasgow, died at Rosebank, Ashton, Gourock on 12th may 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1913)

WILSON Mary Duff, wife of James Wilson, 3 Launston Street, Drowned at Marshall’s Dam, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 7th February 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1903)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs W.R.G. Wilson, late of Bartonville, Port Glasgow, born at Grange Villa, Jarrow on Tyne on 21st June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1913)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs W.R.G. Wilson, born at Bartonville, Lilybank, Port Glasgow on 12th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1910)

WILSON William Wills Wilson, inspecting engineer, P & O, died at Lanowli, 99a Eldon Street, Greenock on 25th January 1911 age 62 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1911)

WILSON William S. youngest son of Edward Wilson, wholesale drysalter, Woodthorpe, Greenock, died at Annwa, Trinidad on 11th May 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1894) see Barbara B.

WILSON William James Wilson, mason, died at 11 Bruce street, Greenock on 6th June 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1869)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Baine Wilson, born at Springhill, Port Glasgow on 30th January 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1908)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William F. Wilson, born at Windsor Place, Gourock on 14th January 1884 (Greenock Advertiser 16.1.1884, Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1884)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William B. Wilson, clerk, born at 6 Margaret Street, Greenock on 21st January 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1912)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William F. Wilson, born at Kempock, Gourock on 4th January 1881. Annie (Greenock Advertiser 6.1.1881, Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1881)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William F. Wilson, born at Kempock, Gourock on 15th January 1879 (Greenock Advertiser 16.1.1879, Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1879)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William F. Wilson, born at Kempock, Gourock on 21st May 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 24.5.1877, Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1877)

WILSON William F. Wilson, butcher, died at 38 Royal Street, Gourock on 23rd June 1892 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1892) see Annie

WILSON William Finlay Wilson to Elizabeth, eldest surviving daughter of Robert McKimmie, at 1 George Place, Gourock on 18th January 1876 by Reverend D. Macrae (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1876)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Charles Wilson, born at Hope Place, Gourock on 3rd November 1857 (Greenock Advertiser 10.3.1857)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at Braeside, Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 11th October 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1906)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William F. Wilson, butcher, born at Windsor Place, Gourock on 17th February 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1887)

WILSON William Wilson, baker, to Lillias Currie, 2nd daughter of John Sharp, grocer, at 31 Regent Street, Greenock on 12th November 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1884)

WILSON William Wilson, boilermaker, died at 14 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow in March 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1908)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 5 William Street, Port Glasgow, on 14th February 1895, died 22nd February 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1895). (Greenock

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WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 3 Houston Street, Port Glasgow on 31st March 1891(Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1891)

WILSON William Wilson died at 3 William Street, Port Glasgow on 17th March 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1899)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, hatter, born at 29 Bank Street, Greenock on 31st December 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1891)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, hatter, born at 29 Bank Street, Greenock on 27th October 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1890)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, hatter, born at 3 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 16th March 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1889)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 18 Park Place, Port Glasgow on 19th December 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1898)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, baker, born at 2 Saint Andrew Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1886)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 14 Inchgreen Street, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 29th December 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1892)

WILSON A daughter to Reverend and Mrs William Wilson, born at 17 Finnart Street, Greenock on 6th February 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1889)

WILSON A daughter to Reverend and Mrs William Wilson, born at 27 Finnart Street, Greenock on 2nd October 1886. Margaret Maud died 20th November 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1886) (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1886)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 43 Mearns Street, Greenock on 20th June 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1884)

WILSON William Wilson to Maria, 4th daughter of William McIlray, at 86 Belville Street, Greenock on 15th June 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1883)

WILSON William Wilson, joiner, 2 Low Vennel, drowned outside Albert harbour, Greenock on 11th November 1882. wife Jane (Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1882, Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1882)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 1 Campsie Terrace, Greenock on 22nd May 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1879)

WILSON William Wilson, weigher, died at 3 Laurieston Street, (formerly Barnhill Street,) Greenock in February 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1874)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, baker, born at 3 Saint Andrew’s Street, Greenock on 26th April 1888(Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1888)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, accountant, born at 44 Robertson Street, Greenock on 3rd October 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1904)

WILSON William Wilson, farmer, Kirkconnel, to Mary Jane Buchanan, daughter of late D. McDougall, Dumfries, at 42 Regent Street, Greenock on 17th June 1873 by Reverend J. Hutcheson (Greenock Advertiser 19.6.1873)

WILSON William Wilson to Maggie Brown, only daughter of William Stewart, at 1 Laird street, Port Glasgow on 23rd March 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1906)

WILSON William Wilson, carter, Fleming’s land, Clune Braehead, killed on railway near Fyfe Park, Port Glasgow on 13th August 1904 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1904, Port Glasgow Express 19.8.1904)

WILSON William Wilson, wine and spirit merchant, died at Parkview, 85 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 12th July 1904 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1904)

WILSON William, youngest son of William Wilson, grocer, died at Clydebank, Gourock on 14th November 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1903)

WILSON William Wilson, father of Daniel, died at 84 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock in February 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1902)

WILSON William Wilson, shipwright, died at Craigie Place, Highholm Street, Port Glasgow, on 5th October 1899 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1899)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 5 William Street, Port Glasgow on 8th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1896)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, accountant, born at 19 Finnart Street, Greenock on 4th

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WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs W.R.G. Wilson, born at Braeside, Port Glasgow on 17th January 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1909)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, accountant, born at 39 Kelly Street, Greenock on 26th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1902)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs William Wilson junior, accountant, born at 39 Kelly Street, Greenock on 10th August 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1898)

WILSON William, son of Peter and Margaret Wilson, labourer, died at 73 Ann Street, Greenock on 7th August 1896 age 13 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1896)

WILSON William Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Rose Ellen Tyshe, King’s Lynn, at Trinity Church, North Shields on 15th April 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1895)

WILSON William Wilson, kilndrawer, 14 Mill Street, found in Neill, Dempster and Neill’s sugar refinery on 22nd November 1893. wife Margaret (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1893)

WILSON William Wilson, plumber, died at Clyde Vale, Port Glasgow on 13th February 1893 age 59 (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1893) see Mary M.

WILSON William Wilson, boot and shoe maker, to Agnes, 2nd daughter of Neil McKellar, blockmaker, at 28 Trafalgar street, Greenock on 8th February 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1893)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wilson, born at 9 West Breast, Greenock on 29th September 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1898)

WILSON James, youngest son of James and Margaret Wilson, died at 86 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 14th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1909)

WILSON James H. Wilson, to Jeanie, youngest daughter of John Fyfe, at 81 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 29th December 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1899)

WILSON James Gracey, 3rd son of David Wilson, blacksmith, died at 84 Belville Street, Greenock on 8th November 1887 age 3. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1887)

WILSON James Ferguson Wilson, to Margaret Scott, daughter of late James Stewart, saddler, at Tontine, Greenock on 14th February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1913)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James F. Wilson, patternmaker, born at 9 South Street, Greenock on 18th June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1909)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs James F. Wilson, patternmaker, born at Houston Cottages, 12 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 10th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1907)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James F. Wilson, born at Houston Cottages, East Crawford Street, Greenock on 8th April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1906)

WILSON James F. Wilson, to Agnes, daughter of late James Purdon, Port Glasgow, at Tontine, Greenock on 28th June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1905)

WILSON James D. Wilson, gamekeeper, husband of Isabella, died at Murdieston Cottage, Greenock on 8th September 1900 age 77. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1900)

WILSON James Caldav, twin son of Peter Wilson, died at 5 Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 15th November 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1875) see Isabella C.

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James Barclay Wilson, born at Levanne Terrace, Binnie Street, Gourock on 18th February 1900. (19.2.1900)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Barclay Wilson, born at Clyde View, Royal Street, Gourock on 13th October 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1893)

WILSON James Barclay Wilson, Greenock, to Agnes, youngest daughter of George Muir, at Underbank, Fairlie on 1st December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1892)

WILSON James Alexander, eldest son of John and Mary Wilson, died at 32 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 3rd January 1900 age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1900)

WILSON James Wilson, died at Braeside Farm, Inverkip on 19th November 1893 age 88. 22.11.93 page 2 – obituary. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1893)

WILSON James Wilson, died at 3 William Street, Port Glasgow on 12th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1901)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Malcolm Wilson, engineer, born at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 29th September 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1879)

WILSON James, son of Thomas Wilson, baker, died at Greenock Infirmary on 28th October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1894)

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WILSON James Wilson, labourer, Glasgow, found in Mid harbour, Port Glasgow on 15th April 1895 age 48. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1895)

WILSON James Wilson to Lizzie Gilmour, youngest daughter of Alex M. Johnstone, engineer, at 18 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 27th August 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1895)

WILSON James, only son of William and Mary Wilson, grandson of John Gallacher, died at 9 West Breast, Greenock on 30th November 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1897)

WILSON James, eldest son of James and Margaret Wilson, tailor, died at 19 Belville Street, Greenock on 27th September 1912 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1912)

WILSON James, eldest son of Hugh Wilson, joiner, died at 31 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th February 1901 age 36. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1901)

WILSON Doctor James Wilson, Alva, to Martha Buchanan Hector, daughter of Robert Kirk, builder, 46 Brisbane street, at Nelson Street, E.U., Greenock on 12th October 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1910)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, tailor, born at 19 Belville Street, Greenock on 6th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1901)

WILSON James Wilson, Park View, Greenock, to Rose Adam, youngest daughter of Captain Donald, at Wemyss Bay Hotel on 15th January 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1902)

WILSON James, son of John Wilson, died at Greenock Infirmary in August 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1905)

WILSON James Wilson, of A. and J. Wilson, ironmongers, 65 Rue-end Street, died at 54 Brougham Street, Greenock on 6th March 1906 age 72. (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1906)

WILSON James, son of Peter Wilson, died at 7 Mill Street, Greenock in December 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1906)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James H. Wilson, joiner, born at 42 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 15th February 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1905)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 12 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 1st January (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1901)

WILSON Janet Wilson died at 69 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 18th August 1883 age 55. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1883)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs James H. Wilson, joiner, born at 42 Holmscroft street, Greenock on 31st July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1901)

WILSON Jane Nimmo, wife of Thomas Wilson, plater, died at 22 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 14th June 1903 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1903)

WILSON Mary Gardiner Miller, wife of Daniel Wilson, Glasgow, died at Glentower, Gourock on 3rd October 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 5.10.1877, Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1877)

WILSON Jane Taylor, widow of Robert Wilson, brassfinisher, died at 33 Lyle Street, Greenock on 8th February 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1895)

WILSON Minnie, only daughter of late Joseph Wilson junior, engineer, to George J. C. Shepherd, at Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock on 28th July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1897)

WILSON Jane Millar, widow of Francis Wilson, horse shoer, mother of Thomas, died at 38 Main Street, Greenock on 5th January 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1897) see Francis

WILSON Janet, 2nd daughter of late Aulay Wilson, died at 18 Church Street, Port Glasgow on 31st December 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1880) see Aulay (Mrs)

WILSON Jane McMillan, widow of James Wilson, rafter, died at her son in law’s, 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on 21st October 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1902)

WILSON Janet Black, widow of Robert Wilson, grocer, died at 46 East Regent Street, Greenock on 3rd April 1844. (Greenock Advertiser 5.4.1844)

WILSON Janet Brown, widow of Andrew Wilson, painter, Irvine, died at 42 Regent Street, Greenock on 25th May 1900 age 88. (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1900)

WILSON Janet Cochran Laird, wife of William Wilson, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Hillesden, Assineboia, Canada on 29th April 1897 age 46. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1897)

WILSON Janet Fisher, wife of Charles Wilson, formerly of Millerhill and Dumfries, died at 14 Inchgreen street, Greenock on 14th February 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1898)

WILSON Janet Ford, widow of William Wilson, shipwright, died at 3 Lauriston Street, Greenock on 8th July 1893 age 66. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1893)

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WILSON Janet Hastie, daughter of Peter Wilson, to James Rodger, engineer, at 73 Ann Street, Greenock on 15th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1897)

WILSON Janet, youngest daughter of Robert Wilson, shipowner, died at Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 22nd August 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 27.8.1858) see Christina

WILSON Jane, eldest surviving daughter of late William Wilson, Port Glasgow, died at 12 Ann Street, Greenock on 9th April 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1883)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, patternmaker, died at 25 Belville Street, Greenock on 2nd January 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1904)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James L. Wilson, assistant superintendent, Prudential, born at 17 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 11th February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1890)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James L. Wilson, Prudential Insurance, born at 17 Nelson Street, Greenock in January 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1892)

WILSON James P. Wilson, Park River, Welsh County, Dakota, to Isabella, only daughter of late James Kerr, at 23 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on November 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1892)

WILSON James Robert, only son of Reverend Robert Wilson, died of scarlet fever on 19th October 1842 at Greenock age 2years 4months. (Greenock Advertiser 21.10.1842) see Helen

WILSON Jane Morison, widow of Andrew Wilson, died at 50 Brougham Street, Greenock on 19th October 1908 age 84. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10 1908)

WILSON Jane, only daughter of Robert Wilson, to John Campbell, at 22 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 31st December 1872 by Reverend W. R. Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1872)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs James H. Wilson, joiner, born at 42 Holmscroft street, Greenock on 13th September 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1903)

WILSON Jane Allan, widow of James Wilson, shoemaker, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock in November 1869 age 83 (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1869)

WILSON Jane Brown, wife of James Wilson, Superintendent of Waterworks, died at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 22nd June 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 25.12.1875, Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1875)

WILSON Jane Chambers, daughter of John Wilson, painter, to Thomas Mathie, engineer, Gourock, at 13 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 24th April 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1900)

WILSON Jane Findlay, infant daughter of Thomas Wilson, baker, died at 22 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 20th April 1893 age 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1893)

WILSON Jane Hogg, wife of William Wilson, died at 14 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 17th Jun3 1903. (Port Glasgow Express 19.6.1903)

WILSON Jane McMillan, widow of Joseph Wilson, engineer, Greenock, died at Balmore, Stirlingshire on 14th June 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1890)

WILSON James S. Wilson to Annie, youngest daughter of late William Cromar, Aberdeen, at 112 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 13th June 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1884)

WILSON Isabella, youngest daughter of Peter Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Peter McGregor, engineer, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 6th December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1894)

WILSON James Wilson, joiner, Greenock, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of late Richard Brooke, Glasgow at Christ Church, Glasgow on 31st December 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 31.12.1866, Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1866)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 26 Westburn Street, Greenock, on 8th June 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1856)

WILSON James Wilson, merchant, Glasgow, to Jessie Duncan, daughter of Duncan Fletcher, at Greenock on 13th July 1852 by Reverend J. Smith. (Greenock Advertiser 16.7.1852)

WILSON James Wilson, formerly of McRobert and Wilson, died at Greenock on 9th March 1842. (Greenock Advertiser 11.3.1842)

WILSON James Wilson, surgeon in Glasgow, to Eliza, eldest daughter of Captain John Lawson, Greenock on 28th October 1833 by Reverend A. Gilmour at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 28.10.1833)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs J. C. Wilson, born at 22 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 22nd November 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1847)

WILSON Isabella Thomson, eldest surviving daughter of John Wilson, to John Craig Young, at 37 Nelson Street, Greenock on 24th June 1875 by Reverend A. Symington. (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1875, Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1875)

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WILSON Isabella Margaret Donald, wife of John Wilson, died at 74 Ann Street, Greenock in March 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1886)

WILSON Isabella Dunn, wife of Robert John Wilson, died at 13 Ingleston Street, Greenock in November 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1876)

WILSON Isabella Conway, youngest daughter of Matthew Wilson, died at 19 South street, Greenock on 20th August 1882 age 21 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1882)

WILSON Isabella Caldow, twin daughter of Peter Wilson, labourer, died at 5 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1875 age 2years 10 months. (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1875) see James C.

WILSON Isabella C., widow of James D. Wilson, gamekeeper, died at Smithston on 23rd March 1904. (22 Mount Pleasant Street) mother of Thomas. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1904)

WILSON Isabella Blacklock, widow of Captain James Wilson, shipowner, Macduff, died at 42 Eldon Street, Greenock, her son’s Doctor G.N. Wilson, on 23rd December 1909 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1909)

WILSON James Wilson, rafter, died at 8 Duff Street, Greenock on 11th February 1894. wife Jane (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1894)

WILSON Hugh, son of Robert Wilson, died at 86 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock in April 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1892)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Henry Wilson, born at 3 Maryfield Terrace, Port Glasgow on 3rd May 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1912)

WILSON Henry M. Wilson to Christina Fleming, youngest daughter of late John Boyle, at 9a Brisbane Street, Greenock on 15th November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1907)

WILSON Hugh Wilson, Morning Journal, Greenock, to Agnes, youngest daughter of late James Tweedle, farmer, at Branchton, Inverkip on 27th June 1861 by Reverend J. M. Janie. (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1861)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Hugh Wilson, born at 19 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 1st April 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 2.4.1863)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Hugh Wilson, born at 19 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 4th October 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 8.10.1868)

WILSON Isabella, daughter of late John Wilson, grocer, to Finlay Rankin Muir, at Tontine, Greenock on 7th August 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1908). see John

WILSON Hugh, son of Hugh Wilson, joiner, died at 31 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th November 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1887)

WILSON Isabella, elder daughter of late David Wilson, engineer, to Donald McDonald, at Yielder’s café, Greenock on 20th February 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1903)

WILSON Hugh, youngest son of Walter Wilson, insurance superintendent, 15 Royal Street, Gourock, died at Greenock Infirmary on 8th April 1898 age 3. (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1898)

WILSON Hugh Wilson to Grace, daughter of Duncan D. Morrison, plumber, 7 Fox Street, at Tontine, Greenock on 14th September 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1910)

WILSON Hugh Findlay, 2nd son of Thomas Wilson, baker, died at 22 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 4th May 1886 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1886)

WILSON Isabella, eldest daughter of late Archibald Wilson, to Daniel Macfarlane, sailmaker at Waverley Buildings, Greenock on 26th November 1880 by Reverend Munro. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1880)

WILSON Isabella Wilson, to Neil Campbell, at 12 Laird Street, Greenock on 11th February 15.2.1887. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1887)

WILSON James, youngest son of late Reverend John Wilson, died at 18 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 6th November 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 8.11.1864)

WILSON Hugh Wilson, to Annabella, eldest surviving daughter of Robert McLellan, inspector of buildings, at 27 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 6th August 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1886)

WILSON James Wilson, dairyman, Hillhead, Glasgow, to Ann Dunlop, daughter of John Jamieson, contractor, 7 Dempster Street, at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 12th July 1892.(Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1892)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 15 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 13th April 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 16.4.1867, Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1867)

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WILSON James Wilson, formerly of Paisley, died at 22 Wellington street, Greenock on 3rd May 1880 age 65.(Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1880)

WILSON James, eldest son of Edward Wilson, merchant, Greenock, drowned in the foundering of the ‘John Kerr’ between August 1879 and May 1880 age 21.(Greenock Advertiser 24.6.1880, Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1880) see Barbara P.

WILSON James Wilson, rivet boy, 23 John Street, killed in an accident at Russell's shipyard, Cartsdyke, Greenock on 21st December 1880 age 13. (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1880, Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1880)

WILSON James Wilson to Susan, only daughter of William Parkhill at 43 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 25th March 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1881) see Susanna P.

WILSON James Wilson, Freeland, Erskine, died at his son’s, 6 Grey Place, Greenock on 24th November 1878 age 71. obituary 26.11.1878, page 2. (Greenock Advertiser 25.11.1878, Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1878)

WILSON James Wilson, flesher, husband of Mary, died at Greenock Infirmary in October 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1887)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 73 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 8th June 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1888)

WILSON James Wilson, joiner and builder, formerly of Greenock, died at Burnside Villa, Greenock Road, Paisley on 20th September 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1892)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 65 Belville Street, Greenock on 25th September 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1893)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, patternmaker, born at 53 Belville Street, Greenock on 10th April 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1895)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 19 Belville Street, Greenock on 19th December 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1896)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, patternmaker, born at 25 Belville Street, Greenock on 12th July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1897)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, patternmaker, born at 25 Belville Street, Greenock on 28th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1900)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 17 South Street, Greenock on 27th March 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1886)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, civil engineer, born at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 18th August 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1881)

WILSON Janet Macgregor, widow of John Wilson, blacksmith, died at 3 Macdougall, Street, Greenock on 19th September 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 20/9/1897)

WILSON James Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Clyde Cottage, Darlington Heights U.S. on 29th November 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1865)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 24 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 15th July 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 16.7.1868)

WILSON James Wilson, civil engineer, J. and A. Leslie and Reid, former superintendent Greenock Water Works, died at 7 Cluny Gardens, Edinburgh on 21st July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1900)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, civil engineer, born at Overton Cottages, Greenock on 3rd May 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1874, Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1874)

WILSON James Wilson, ironmoulder, died at 21 John Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1879 age 67. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1879)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, civil engineer, born at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 26th May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1871)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, born at 15 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 31st December 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 2.1.1869, Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1869)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, civil engineer, born at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 26th January 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1887)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, civil engineer, born at Overton, Greenock on 4th March 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1890)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, ironmonger, born at 3 Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock in January 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 23.1.1872, Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1872)

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WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, ironmonger, born at Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock on 4th November 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1873)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, ironmonger, born at 3 Armadale Place, Greenock on 5th November 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1876, Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1876)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, carpenter, born at 67 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 28th August 1876. Jessie McLean (mother) died 21.11.1876. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1876)

WILSON James Wilson, civil engineer, Greenock, to Mary Marshall, eldest daughter of late John Lang, at 2 Elgin Villas, Shawlands on 17th September 1879. 2nd wife? (Greenock Advertiser 18.9.1879, Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1879)

WILSON John Wilson, slater, Irvine, to Emma Allison, only daughter of John McLean, joiner, at 3 Bawhirley Road, Greenock on 8th January 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1904.)

WILSON John Wilson, brother in law of John Carey, died at 15 Clyde street, Port Glasgow in September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1913)

WILSON John, son of John Wilson, boilermaker, died at 40 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd August 1913 age 3 (Port Glasgow Express 27.8.1913)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, born at 13 Crescent Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1913)

WILSON John Wilson, brassfinisher, husband of Marion Hogg, died at 10 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 26th December 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1911)

WILSON John Wilson, joiner, husband of Hannah Gamble, died at 7 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 19th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1910)

WILSON John Wilson to Annabella, eldest daughter of John Mackay, Stornoway, at 6 Castle Gardens, Gourock on 4th June 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1909)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, tenter, born at 47 Firth View, Port Glasgow on 7th January 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1911)

WILSON John Wilson, tenter, to Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of late George Clifton, engineer, at 200 Bouverie Port Glasgow, on 31st December 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1908)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, engine-driver, born at 97 Dempster Street, Greenock on 23rd July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1910)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, fireman, born at 68 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th January 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1908)

WILSON John Wilson, master mariner, to Ruby Grant, youngest daughter of Robert Seath, 11 Margaret Street, at West Kirk, Greenock on 4th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1907)

WILSON John Wilson, senior, died at Helendune, 27 Newton Street, Greenock on 26th December 1906 age 94 – obituary page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1906)

WILSON John Wilson, joiner, died at 49 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 10th December 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1905, Port Glasgow Express 13.12.1905)

WILSON Janet McCallum, widow of Andrew Wilson, died at 16 Laird Street, Greenock on 1st August 1868 age 86. (Greenock Advertiser 4.8.1868, Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1868)

WILSON John Wilson, painter, husband of Marion Kennedy, 13 Brisbane Street, Greenock, drowned at Inverkip on 9th May 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1901)

WILSON John Wilson, inmate of Smithston, husband of Isabella, 61 Nicolson Street, killed on the Wemyss Bay line near Smithston on 4th April 1892 age 33 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1892)

WILSON John Wilson, salesman, died at 87 Dempster Street, Greenock on 13th June 1893 age 51 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1893)

WILSON John Wilson, seaman, SS City of Rome, husband of Annabella, 115 Stobcross Street, Glasgow, died in Greenock Infirmary on 21st September 1895 after and accident on board ship (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1895)

WILSON John, eldest son of Donald Wilson, meter inspector, died at 16 Laird Street, Greenock on 5th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1898)

WILSON John Wilson, boilermaker, brother of Tom and Charles, died at his sister’s, 14 Crescent Street, Greenock in January 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1899)

WILSON John Wilson, former cooper and sugar porter, died at 17 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 6th October 1905 age 86 (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1905)

WILSON John Wilson, former manager Gourock Ropeworks, died at 20 Lister Street, Hull on 8th April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1900)

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WILSON John Wilson to Jessie Stewart, eldest daughter of James Kerr, railway guard, at 14 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 9th June 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1905)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, born at 12 John Street, Greenock on 4th October 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1900)

WILSON John Wilson, painter, to Jeanie Gaule, eldest daughter of Alex Grant, agent, 3 Holmscroft Street, at the Manse, Greenock on 6th February 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1903)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, painter, born at 7 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 14th December 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1903)

WILSON John Wilson, baker, 14 Ann Street, died at 16 Wellington Street, Greenock on 1st April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1903)

WILSON John, only surviving son of Robert and Elizabeth Wilson, died at 66 Vennel, Greenock on 24th September 1903 age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1903)

WILSON John K. Wilson, to Elizabeth McKenzie, daughter of Mrs W. Paterson, 12 Union Street, at Tontine, Greenock on 30th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1910)

WILSON John Wilson to Elizabeth, daughter of Captain Peter McNicol, 2 Church Street, at Queen’s Hotel, Gourock on 30th November 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1899)

WILSON Katie, youngest daughter of John and Agnes Wilson, caulker, died at 4 Old Hillend, Greenock on 30th December 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1897)

WILSON John, son of David Wilson, Grangemouth, to Jeanie Steel, daughter of Thomas Sheriff, 20 West Blackhall street, at Brooklyn, New York on 30th October 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1913)

WILSON Joseph, youngest son of William and Grace Wilson, died at 71 Vennel, Greenock on 13th December 1903 age 6 months (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1903)

WILSON Joseph Wilson to Margaret Baillie, 3rd daughter of Peter McNicol, yacht master, 2 Church Street, at Queen’s Hotel, Gourock on 12th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1906)

WILSON Josey, infant son of Joseph and Julia Wilson, died at 33 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 26th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1911)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Joseph R. Wilson, property measurer, born at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 7th August 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1881)

WILSON Joseph Wilson, 6 East Shaw Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 1st December 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1897)

WILSON J.T. Wilson, Town Clerk of Rothesay, died at Kilmacolm on 5th August 1899 after a driving accident – page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1899)

WILSON Joseph, only son of late Joseph Wilson junior, engineer, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 20th February 1891 age 10 years (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1891)

WILSON Lachlan Wilson, formerly from Islay, sugar boiler with Paul, Sword and Company, shot himself at his brother in law’s, Sword Street, Greenock on 10th May 1873 age 21 (Greenock Advertiser 13.5.1873, Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1873)

WILSON Letitia McEwing, wife of John Wilson, 23 Ingleston Street, Greenock, missing since December 1895, found at Craigendoran on 13th January 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1896)

WILSON Lillias Sharp, elder daughter of William Wilson, baker, to Donald MacKinven at Lilyhurst, Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 28th January 29.1.1910 (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1910)

WILSON Lizzie, only daughter of John Wilson, plumber, died at 81 Wellington Street, Greenock on 31st October 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 31.10 1890)

WILSON Lizzie Wilson, to Andrew G. Hannah, at Tontine Hotel, Greenock on 30th April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1901)

WILSON Lizzie Richmond, daughter of William Wilson, Inverkip, to Duncan Clark, at Tontine, Greenock on 19th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1912)

WILSON Joseph Wilson, Kingston House, Whitehaven, to Margaret Marshall Brown, daughter of James M. Hill, 52 Esplanade, Greenock, at Saint Paul’s Greenock on 7th August 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1889)

WILSON John Thom Wilson to Charlotte Erskine, 2nd daughter of late Captain Francis E. Harvey, at 58 Eldon Street, Greenock on 21st June 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1883)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, plumber, born at 81 Wellington Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1891)

WILSON John L. Wilson, outfitter, to Mary, eldest daughter of Gilbert McEachren, at 22 Saint Lawrence

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Street, Greenock on 26th August 1874 by Reverend J. McPherson (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1874)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John L. Wilson, outfitter, born at 7 Dempster Street, Greenock on 26th May 27.5.1875

WILSON John L. Wilson, assistant pawnbroker, formerly of Greenock, died at his father’s 48 Kelvin Street, Partick on 3rd May 1877 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1877)

WILSON John McAllister, infant son of John Wilson, died at 20 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 14th March 1898 (Port Glasgow Express 18.3.1898, Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1898)

WILSON Joseph, son of John and Marion Wilson, brassfinisher, died at 62 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 27th November 1899 age 1½ (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1899)

WILSON Doctor John S. Wilson, Greenock, to Isabella Henderson, eldest daughter of William Cowan, Locomotive Superintendent, Great North of Scotland Railway, at Mount Street, Aberdeen on 7th December 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1875, Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1875)

WILSON John Aitchison Wilson, 2nd son of late Dr. W.A. Wilson, died at 5 University Avenue, Glasgow on 11th July 1909 – buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1909) see Dr William A.

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John T. Wilson, hatter, born at 15 Newton Street, Greenock on 25th May 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1884)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs John T. Wilson, hatter, born at 3 Campsie Terrace, Greenock on 22nd December 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1886)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John T. Wilson, umbrella maker, born at 22 Kelly street, Greenock on 30th November 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1887)

WILSON Joseph Wilson died at 34 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 17th August 1873 – wife Jane (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1873)

WILSON Joseph Wilson to Mary, eldest daughter of William McKim, boilermaker, Greenock at Liverpool on 20th October 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1879)

WILSON Joseph Wilson, engineer, son of late Joseph Wilson, Greenock, died at Langton Graving Dock, London on 29th January 1884 in an accident (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1884)

WILSON John M., youngest son of Peter and Mary Wilson, died at 9 Mill Street, Greenock on 27th June 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1908)

WILSON John Wilson, spirit merchant, Paisley, died at Greenock on 24th July, when the boiler of the ‘Earl Grey’ exploded (Greenock Advertiser 27.7.1835)

WILSON John Wilson junior, to Margaret, eldest daughter of James Storrie, at Wemyss Bay on 23rd December 1857 by Reverend M. Rodger (Greenock Advertiser 1.1.1858)

WILSON Jessie McWilliam, wife of Thomas Wilson, blacksmith, died at 6 Carnock Street, Greenock on 7th February 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1885)

WILSON Jessie Sloan, eldest daughter of late John Wilson, Greenock, died at South Cumberland Street, Glasgow on 9th October 1865. (Greenock Advertiser 12.10.1865)

WILSON Jessie Telfer, wife of Archibald Wilson, died at East Lodge, Ardgowan, Inverkip on 9th January 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1897)

WILSON John Wilson, merchant, died at Greenock on 17th October 1816, age 71 (Greenock Advertiser 29.10. 1816)

WILSON Jessie Lennox, 3rd daughter of James L. Wilson, timekeeper, to Hugh Love, 11 Waverley Gardens, Shawlands, at 20 Octavia Cottages, Greenock 25th July 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1912)

WILSON John Wilson, Liddell’s Land, Stanners, died of cholera on 14th April 1832 (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1832)

WILSON Jessie, youngest daughter of James and Annie Wilson, died at 79 Belville Street, Greenock on 16th August 1910 age 2½ (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1910)

WILSON Captain John Wilson, of the barque ‘Janet Wilson’ and 2nd son of late Andrew Wilson, Greenock, died on passage from Batavia to Singapore on 28th November 1844 (Greenock Advertiser 14.3.1845)

WILSON A son to Captain and Mrs John Wilson, 93rd Highlanders, born at Hillside Place, Gourock, on 19th February 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 26.2.1838)

WILSON A son to Captain and Mrs John Wilson, formerly of 93rd Highlanders, born at Gourock on 25th June 1839. William died at Gourock on 5th September 1839 (10.9.1839). (Greenock Advertiser 2.7.1839)

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WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, born at Cathcart Square, Greenock on 3rd February 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 5.2.1841)

WILSON John Wilson, formerly manufacturer in Paisley, died at Greenock on 20th September 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1842) see Mary G.

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, plumber, born at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 21st August 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1898)

WILSON John Wilson, formerly of the Royal Navy, died at Kilmacolm on 6th February 1826 (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1826) see Mary (sister)

WILSON Jeanie Galbraith, daughter of Walter and Margaret Wilson, eating-house, died at 17 Tobago Street, Greenock on 10th October 1892 of diphtheria age 2 years 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1892)

WILSON Henry Wilson, husband of Mary, died at 37 West Stewart Street, Greenock in March/April 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1883)

WILSON Janet Malloch, widow of Archibald Wilson, cooper, died at 30 Ann Street, Greenock on 15th May 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1903)

WILSON Janet Wilson, aunt of Janet Muir, died at 21 Kelly Street, Greenock on 29th November 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1909)

WILSON Jeannie, only daughter of late John Wilson, baker, Greenock, to James Nelson Walker, at Belmount Place, Hillhead, Glasgow on 24th April 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 30.4.1872)

WILSON Jeanie, eldest daughter of late John Wilson, spirit merchant, to Robert Liddell, at Crawford Halls, Greenock on 23rd December 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1897)

WILSON Jessie McLean, wife of James Wilson, carpenter, died at 67 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 21st November 1876 age 26. son born 28.8.1876 (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1876)

WILSON Jeanie Buchanan, wife of Thomas Wilson, cooper, died at 44 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 27th May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1871)

WILSON John Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Glasgow on 22nd March 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 26.3.1859)

WILSON Jeanie Jack, eldest daughter of Robert Wilson, died at 42 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 3rd March 1888 age 5½. (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1888)

WILSON Jean McLeod, wife of Robert Wilson, joiner, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Wishart Buildings, Yoker on 1st October 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1904)

WILSON Jeanie Fyfe, wife of James H. Wilson, joiner, died at 42 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 31st March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1911)

WILSON Jeanie Smith, wife of William Wilson, died at 5 Grant Street, Greenock on 15th May 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1904)

WILSON Jessie, daughter of William Wilson, died at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1874)

WILSON Jessie, elder surviving daughter of late George Wilson, died at 1 Union Street, Greenock on 11th July 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1890)

WILSON Jeanie, 2nd daughter of late Thomas Wilson, mason, to James R. Binning, at 29 Lyle Street, Greenock on 22nd November 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1907) see Thomas

WILSON John Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Harnsmith, Orange Free State on 20th March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1888)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, born at Crown Inn, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 25th January 1855 (Greenock Advertiser 30.1.1855)

WILSON John Wilson, baker, to Agnes Shearer, at 12 Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th June 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1884)

WILSON John Wilson, engineer, 13 Mill Street, died on 27th December 1884 ag3 33 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1884) wife Mary Jane.

WILSON John, son of late Alex Wilson, builder, died at 28 Bruce Street, Greenock on 15th June 1886 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1886) mother Margaret

WILSON John Wilson, mate, Greenock, lost from SS Northcote from Grangemouth to Gronstadt in Gulf of Finland in August? 1887 age 36 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1889)

WILSON John Wilson to Isabella, eldest daughter of late John Dawson, at 4 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow on 19th September 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 21.9.1882)

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WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, born at 2 Campsie Terrace, Gourock on 20th October 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1887)

WILSON John Wilson, furnishing shop, died at 46 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 30th July 1881 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1881)

WILSON John Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Campfield, Bearsden on 27th March 1888 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1888)

WILSON John Wilson, baker, died at 9 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 21st May 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1890) see wife Rebecca Hurst

WILSON John Wilson, fitter, to Maggie, eldest daughter of John McKirdy, shipwright, at 30 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 27th February 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1891)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, born at 7 Clune Braefoot, Port Glasgow on 16th December 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1892)

WILSON John Wilson, provision merchant, husband of Margaret Blair, died at 6 Belville Street, Greenock on 31st March 1891 age 58 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1891) see Isabella

WILSON Janet McFarlane, wife of Robert Wilson, died at Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 10th September 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 13.9.1860)

WILSON John, eldest son of Andrew Wilson, Greenock, to Margaret, eldest daughter of James Barr, New Jersey City, formerly of Greenock, at Erie P.A. United States, on 3rd October 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1889)

WILSON John Wilson, formerly of Greenock and Kilsyth, died at his daughter’s Mrs Anderson, Hill Street, Wishaw on 4th March 1873 age 80 (Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1873)

WILSON John Wilson to Mary, 2nd daughter of Archibald Shannon, Seafield, Greenock, at Dundonald, Melbourne on 28th July 1859 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1859)

WILSON John, only son of John Wilson, died at 12 Nelson Street, Greenock on 23d August 1869 age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1860)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John K. Wilson, born at 46 Kelly Street, Greenock on 13th February 13.2.1912

WILSON John Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Alton House, Oxton, Birkenhead, on 21st June 1867 age 77 (Greenock Advertiser 25.6.1867)

WILSON John Wilson, labourer, Ashgrove Lane, Port Glasgow, died at Blackwood and Gordon’s shipyard on 22nd June 1868 age 42 (Greenock Advertiser 25.6.1868)

WILSON John Wilson, engineer, to Maggie, eldest daughter of Robert Honeyman, clerk, at 74 Wellington Street, Greenock, on 28th February 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1883)

WILSON John, eldest son of late Reverend John Wilson, town missionary, died at 26 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 31st January 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1873) see Agnes

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, plumber, born at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 4th July 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1895)

WILSON Major John Wilson, formerly of Black Watch, to Frances, widow of Richard Gowers Eard, youngest daughter of late Robert Blair, Greenock, Procurator Fiscal of Renfrewshire, at New York on 28th February 1874

WILSON John, son of James L. Wilson, died at Springhill, Port Glasgow on 21st March 1875 age 6 months (Greenock Advertiser 27.3.1875)

WILSON A son to Mr And Mrs John Wilson, teacher, Shaw Street School, born at 53 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 25th November 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1878, Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1878) John died 27th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1889)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Wilson, teacher, born at 53 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 4th August 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1881)

WILSON John Wilson, telegraph boy, Lyons Lane, Port Glasgow, killed on the rail-line at Port Glasgow on 7th October 1879. son of Henry Wilson, rafter. (Greenock Advertiser 7.10.1879, Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1879)

WILSON John Wilson died at Overton Cottage, Greenock on 21st November 1880 age 69 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1880)

WILSON John, 2nd son of Robert Wilson, die at 9 Saint Andrews Street, Greenock on 9th January 1872 age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1872)

WILSON A son to Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Wilson born at 15 India Street, Partick on 25th February 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1914)

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WILSON Annie Maria Brackenridge, only daughter of John Wilson, plumber, 85 Wellington Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 18th November 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1897)

WILSON Anna McArthur, widow of Sergeant Thomas Wilson, died at 45 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 19th August 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1888)

WILSON Annie Lyon, elder daughter of Matthew Wilson, 25 Newton Street, Greenock, to Magwood R.V. Brodie, Hoodvale, Fort Matilda, at Oakville, Ontario in May 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1909)

WILSON Ann Hogg, wife of David Wilson, engineer, died at 24 Bruce Street, Greenock on 6th May 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1885) see Ann H.

WILSON Annie Hogg, youngest daughter of late David Wilson, to Henry Irvine, at Greenock on 28th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1907) see Ann H.

WILSON Ann Galt, eldest daughter of John Wilson, blacksmith, to David Post, at 46 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 12th April 1875 by Reverend P. Thomson (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1875)

WILSON Annie Fletcher, youngest daughter of Walter Wilson, eating-house, died at 19 Tobago Street, Greenock on 12th November 1885 age 15 months (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1885)

WILSON Ann Duff, wife of David Wilson, died at 11 Bruce Street, Greenock in December 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1873)

WILSON Annie Crawford, eldest daughter of Archibald Wilson, boilermaker, to James Gillespie, bricklayer, at Newark Manse, Port Glasgow on 26th August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1904)

WILSON Anne Aitken, widow of William Archibald Wilson, ‘the Buteman’, daughter of late John Macdougall, Customs, Greenock, died at Gryffe House, Rothesay, on 24th June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1913)

WILSON Annie, eldest daughter of late W.F. Wilson, flesher, to William R. Stewart, Greenock at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 1st June 1908 – page 3 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1908, Gourock Advertiser 5.6.1908) see W.F.

WILSON James, younger son of the late Alexander M. died at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 9th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1914)

WILSON Ann, grand-daughter of John Wilson, baker, died at 9 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 11th February 1889 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1889)

WILSON Catherine McIntyre, widow of Donald Wilson, gas inspector, died at Greenock on 2nd March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1912)

WILSON Andrew Wilson, husband of Margaret, died at 3 Salmon Street, Greenock in November 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1892)

WILSON Alfred Michael, son of James and Agnes Wilson, patternmaker, died at 9 South Street, Greenock on 23rd July 1909 age 2 years, 3 months (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1909)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Alick Wilson, born at 1 Queen Alexandra Mansions, on 10th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1909)

WILSON Allan Murray, son of P. McC. Wilson, Muirside, Dumfries, to Elizabeth Shaw, eldest daughter of William Cairns, engineer, Roselea, at Tontine, Greenock on 18th December 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1901)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Allan Murray Wilson, engineer, born at 1 Fox Street, Greenock on 9th May 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1905)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Allan M. Wilson, born a 1 Tor Terrace, Gourock on 27th December 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1906)

WILSON Jane Carmichael, widow of Robert, died at 34 Royal Street, Gourock on 6th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1914)

WILSON Andrew, 2nd son of late Captain John Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at Charleston on 1st September 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1874)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wilson born at 10 Craigie Place, Port Glasgow on 29th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1913 )

WILSON Andrew Wilson, formerly of Dundee, to Nell, youngest daughter of Mrs R. Gillies, 32 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock at Naramata O Kanagan, British Columbia, on 26th April 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1912)

WILSON Alice, youngest daughter of William and Mary, died at 8 West Breast, Greenock on 16th

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WILSON Andrew Wilson died at 6 Craigie Place, Port Glasgow, on 18th August 1912 age 65 – obituary page 3, page 2. foreman shipwright. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1912, Port Glasgow Express 21.8.1912)

WILSON Andrew Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Christina, daughter of late Allan MacInnes, Iona, at Tontine, Greenock on 5th September 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1912, Port Glasgow Express 6.9.1912)

WILSON William W. Wilson, marine engineer to Margaret Janet, eldest daughter of the late J.F. Robb at 57 South Street, Greenock on 25th February 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1914)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, merchant, Greenock, to Marion Machen on 16th December 1817 at Glasgow by Reverend Doctor Mull (Greenock Advertiser 19.12.1817)

WILSON Andrew, son of late Alexander Wilson, mariner, died at 36 West Burn Street, Greenock on 5th February 1861 age 26 (Greenock Advertiser 7.2.1861)

WILSON Catherine Bennett, wife of Matthew Wilson, died at Clyde Street, Inverkip on 21st January 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1904)

WILSON Ann Thomson, widow of Thomas Wilson, cooper, died at 2 Crawford Lane, Greenock on 29th November 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1909) see Thomas

WILSON Bella Blair, widow of John Wilson, died at 33 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 15th March 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1909)

WILSON Bridget, daughter of John Wilson, died at 1 Stanners Street, Greenock on 11th June 1888 age 20 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1888)

WILSON Catherine, eldest surviving daughter of late William Wilson, Port Glasgow, died at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 15th August 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1887)

WILSON Catherine Wilson, died at her son-in-law’s, Henry Thomson, 59 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1894)

WILSON Barbara Prentice, wife of Provost Edward Wilson, drysalter, died at Woodthorpe, 21 Esplanade, Greenock on 30th October 1885 age 56, obituary page 2 (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1885) see Barbara P; Elizabeth R; Maggie McA; James; William S.

WILSON Catherine Wilson died at John McKenzie’s, 60 Dempster Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1912 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1912)

WILSON Miss Barbara Wilson died at 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 14th April 1877 age 67 (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1877, Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1877)

WILSON Catherine Boak Wilson, only surviving daughter of late Reverend Robert Wilson, Nicolson Street UP, Greenock, died at Edinburgh on 2nd September 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1896) see Reverend Robert.

WILSON Catherine Campbell, widow of Edward Wilson, riveter, mother of John C., died at 71 Dempster, Street, Greenock on 8th August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1907)

WILSON Catherine Cunningham, eldest daughter of George Wilson, chemist, died at 1 Union Street, Greenock on 26th January 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 26.1.1883, Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1883)

WILSON Catherine Denniston, wife of William Wilson, grocer, died at 22 South street, Greenock on 1st March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1880)

WILSON Catherine Fairlie, daughter of Michael Wilson, patternmaker, died at 72 Ann Street, Greenock on 21st May 1873 age 5½ (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1873)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Henry Wilson, born at 59 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow, on 1st April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1910)

WILSON Catherine, widow of William Wilson, mother of Henry, died at Robert Hamilton’s 86 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock in April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1904)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, seaman, Greenock, died on the ship ‘Nelson’ from Greenock to Pensacola on 17th December 1875 of consumption age 44 (Greenock Advertiser 21.3.1876)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex M. Wilson, born at Boyd Place, West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 25.1.1870. Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1870)

WILSON Archibald Wilson senior, Deputy Treasurer for Greenock, died at Greenock on 14th March 1815 (Greenock Advertiser 28.3.1815)

WILSON Archibald Wilson died at Union Street, Greenock on 29th October 1849 age 82 (Greenock

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WILSON Reverend Archibald Wilson, Greenock to Elizabeth Jane Machen at Saint Mary’s Builth on 25th February 1861 – page 2 (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1861)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, saddler, West Linton to Mary, daughter of Captain Archibald Blair, Gourock, at West Arthur Place Edinburgh on 8th December 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 12.12.1863)

WILSON Barbara Prentice, youngest daughter of Edward Wilson, drysalter, to James young at Woodthorpe, Greenock on 13th June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1899) see Barbara P.

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Archibald Wilson, cooper, born at 15 Duncan Street, Greenock on 29th May 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1876)

WILSON Annie Wilson, 51 Nicolson Street, died at coal office, 6 Tobago Street, Greenock on 29th March 1902 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1902)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, Johnstone, to Sarah, youngest daughter of Malcolm McDonald, farmer, Balaphuel, Tiree, at Mid Kirk Manse, Greenock on 28th December 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1882)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, sugar pansman, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Meek, Buffalo, at Mechanics hall, Greenock on 6th February 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1890)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, former shepherd, died at South Lodge Ardgowan, Inverkip on 26th April 1913 age 91 – obituary page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1913)

WILSON Archibald Wilson, cooper, husband of Helen Strain, died at 33 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 4th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1913)

WILSON Archibald Buchanan Wilson, cooper, to Rachel Millar, eldest daughter of late John Hamilton, 14 Drumfrochar Road, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 28th September 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1906)

WILSON Aulay Wilson died at Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 14th March 1876 age 76 – 15.3.1883 page 2 (Greenock Advertiser 16.3.1876, Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1876) see Mrs Aulay

WILSON Archibald Wilson, joiner, died at 1 Main Street, Greenock on 11th February 1874 age 72 (Greenock Advertiser 13.2.1874, Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1874)

WILSON Agnes, elder daughter of late Reverend John Wilson, died at 6 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 5th February 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1906) see John; Mrs John

WILSON Agnes Shaw Walker, wife of Michael Wilson, engineer, died at 39 Bank Street, Greenock on 15th February 1913 age 57 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1913)

WILSON Agnes, wife of Peter Wilson, daughter of Richard Stewart, blacksmith, Greenock, died at Richmond, Missouri on 9th September 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1880)

WILSON Agnes Wilson died at 21 Charles Street, Greenock on 6th April 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1882)

WILSON Agnes, daughter of Robert Wilson, engineer, died at 32 Crescent Street, Greenock on 2nd March 1885 age 9 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1885)

WILSON Agnes, daughter of David Wilson, to John Gibson, steward, ship Orpheus, at County Buildings, Greenock on 8th May 1885 by special licence (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1885)

WILSON Agnes, 2nd daughter of Robert Wilson, died at Port Glasgow on 2nd May 1857. (Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1857) see Christina

WILSON Agnes, wife of Adam Wilson, died at 4 King Street, Port Glasgow on 1st March 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1895)

WILSON Agnes, widow of John Wilson, surgeon, Kilmarnock, died at Greenock on 16th March 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 17.3.1848)

WILSON Mrs Agnes Docherty Wilson, 2 Stanners Street, - body found off the Esplanade, Greenock on 1st October 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 2.10.1873)

WILSON Agnes Barbour, infant daughter of James and Agnes Wilson, died at Clyde View, Royal Street, Gourock on 20th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1893)

WILSON Agnes Barr, 2nd daughter of late Mrs Joan Graham Wilson, Gourock, to James Adams, at Glasgow on 9th February 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1910)

WILSON Agnes Crawford, 3rd daughter of Archibald Wilson, died at Low Auchenleck Farm, Port Glasgow on 26th December 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1909)

WILSON Agnes Jane Mackenzie, wife of James Wilson, salesman, died at 73 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 9th August 1889 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1889)

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WILSON Alexander Murray, son of Charles and Mary Wilson, riveter, died at 1 Mill Street, Greenock on 22nd December 1907 age 2 months (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1907)

WILSON Agnes, eldest daughter of Robert Wilson, died at 84 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 17th March 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1890)

WILSON Robert, plumber age 78 years died at 52 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 29th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1914)

WILSON Hugh McLachlan Wilson, insurance agent, Greenock to Janet Nicol, eldest daughter of Alex Struthers, Blantyre at Bath Hotel, Glasgow on 24th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1914)

WILSON Elizabeth McCurdy died at 21 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 19th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1914)

WILSON Margaret E. 3.9.1874. Lair 16. Inverkip Street Cemetery; Thomas 5.6.1867 348 Duncan Street Cemetery, Annie D. 23.3.1877 351 Duncan Street Cemetery, David 19.9.1879 351 Duncan Street Cemetery, David 30.1.1888 Lair 351 Duncan Street Cemetery, John (30) 6.4.1892 351 Duncan Street Cemetery

WILSON Henry Miller 4.2.1946 Greenock, John merchant No. 1 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Archibald merchant 101 Inverkip Street Cemetery, John 456 Inverkip Street Cemetery, John 476 Inverkip Street Cemetery, Reverend Robert, 21.10.1842 233 Duncan Street Cemetery

WILSON Mrs Wilson died at Greenock in March 1844 age 100. Born in Ireland, married at 19, move to Fife, then Greenock 7 years ago. (Greenock Advertiser 29.3.1844)

WILSON Agnes, youngest daughter of Aulay Wilson, to James Manson Dick, at Princes’ Street, Port Glasgow on 10th October 1871 by Reverend William Bell. (Greenock Advertiser 14.10.1871. Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1871) see Mrs Aulay

WILSON Mrs Wilson, Market Street, Greenock died after a fall at her home on 16th August 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 18.8.1848)

WILSON Agnes Taitt, widow of R.S. Wilson, Greenock late of Rangoon, died at 49a Union Street, Greenock on 12th May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1913)

WILSON Robert, plumber age 78 years died at 52 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 29th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1914)

WILSON Mrs Wilson, daughter of Gilbert McEacharn, died at 22 Saint Laurence Street, Greenock on 30th May 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1877)

WILSON Mrs Wilson, formerly of Colonsay, died at her son-in-law’s, John McTaggart, 7 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 19th April 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1883)

WILSON Agnes Wilson, daughter of late Bailie James Wilson of Greenock, died at Greenock on 23rd October 1828 age 80 (Greenock Advertiser 4.11.1828)

WILSON A son to Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson junior, born at 52 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 19th March 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1914)

WILSON Agnes, eldest daughter of late Captain Robert Wilson, died at West Stewart Street, Greenock on 1st February 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 5.2.1841) see Captain Robert G; Helen V.

WILSON Mrs Wilson died at Mrs Robertson’s, 51 Rue-end Street, Greenock on 13th January 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1848)

WILSON Alexander Morland Wilson, ironmonger and ship chandler, died at 9 Shaw Place Greenock on 23rd August 1909 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1909)

WILSON Agnes Muir, 2nd youngest daughter of Peter Wilson, to James Preston, at 73 Ann Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1903)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, plater, to Jane Halfman, eldest daughter of late James D. Binnie, engineer, 14 Regent Street, at Good Templar Hall, Kilblain Street Greenock on 7th April 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1911)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson junior, born at 52 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 19th February 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1912)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, electrician, born at 32 Kelly Street, Greenock on 29th December 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1912)

WILSON Alexander, brother of William and Jeanie Wilson, died at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 16th December 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1913)

WILSON Alexander Wilson to Maggie Macfarlane, elder daughter of John Hunter, Port Glasgow, at Tontine, Greenock on 15th September 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1908)

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WILSON Alexander Morland Wilson, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Honeyman, formerly of Cupar, Fife, at 14 Kelly Street, Greenock on 20th July by Reverend McCulloch (Greenock Advertiser 21.7.1859)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, Linns, Dumfries, formerly of J & A Wilson, Boghall, Houston, to Marion, younger daughter of late Alex Holmes, at Bardrainney, Port Glasgow on 14th August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1907)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Alex. M. Wilson, born at Abbotsford Place, Greenock on 11th September 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 20.9.1860)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex M. Wilson, born at 5 Abbotsford Place Greenock on 15th June 1864. Elizabeth Robertson died on 3rd July 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1864 (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1864)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex M. Wilson, born at 21 Brougham Street Greenock on 22nd May 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1865)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs. A.M. Wilson, born at Boyd Place, 39 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 13th December 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 15.12.1866. Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1866)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, born at Duncan Street, Greenock on 24th December 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 25.12.1866)

WILSON Cecilia Miller, widow of Captain Josiah Culmer Wilson, eldest daughter of late Captain John Miller, died at 8 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th April 1893 age 74 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1893) see Cecilia M.

WILSON Alexander C. Wilson, Partick, to Annie, younger daughter of late J. Mountford, at Primitive Methodist, Greenock on 27th September 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1905)

WILSON Alexander Wilson to Grace Margaret, youngest daughter of late William Innes, bookseller, at 26 Newton Street, Greenock on 21st September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1893)

WILSON Alexander, 3rd son of late Andrew Wilson, Greenock, died at Calcutta on 14th May 1840 (Greenock Advertiser 14.8.1840)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, merchant, Busby, to Magrecia Reeves Louden, youngest daughter of late William Walker, Barrhead, at 43 Rue-end Street, Greenock on 27th April 1860 by Reverend A. Morton (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1860)

WILSON Alexander Wilson died at 28 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 19th February 1875 age 42 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1875)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, shipwright, son late Captain Alexander Wilson, Aberdeen died at Springhill, Port Glasgow on 30th June 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1878)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, fitter, born at King’s Land, Port Glasgow on 3rd June 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1879)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, to Barbara, youngest daughter of David Wallace, moulder, at 7 Hope Street, Greenock on 11th November 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1910)

WILSON Alexander, eldest son of Alex Wilson, died at 3 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 19th September 1892. see Grace (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1892)

WILSON Alexander Morland, eldest son late James Wilson, 54 Brougham Street, Greenock, died at 22 Quinsan Gardens, Shanghai on 7th July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1910)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, flesher, born at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 4th February 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1895)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, chemist, died at 52 Brougham Street, Greenock on 29th September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1893)

WILSON Alexander, son of Robert Wilson, died at 26 Arthur Street, Greenock on 15th January 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1896)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, blacksmith, born at 7 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 20th April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1902)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, blacksmith, born at 7 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 22nd March 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1905)

WILSON Alexander Wilson, husband of Jane Armstrong, died at 1 Clune Place Port Glasgow, on 1st January 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1907)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Wilson, fitter, born at 27 Shore Street, Port Glasgow on 25th April 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1883)

WILSON Elizabeth, youngest daughter of late Hamilton Wilson, Muckamor, County Antrim, died at her

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brother in law’s, Joseph Kennedy, 29 Belville Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1908)

WILSON Euphemia Watt, widow of George Wilson, chemist, died at 29 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 9th June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1899)

WILSON Elizabeth Swinton, 2nd daughter of Alex Wilson, mason and builder, Port Glasgow, to G.J. Tullis, Dunnellan, Florida, at H.R. McKenzie’s, East Grange, New Jersey on 16th October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1911)

WILSON Ella Macfarlane, younger daughter of late Thomas Wilson, secretary, Greenock Harbour Trust, to Francis, son of Francis Jones, Manchester, at Tontine, Greenock on 16th April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1910)

WILSON Elizabeth Stewart, infant daughter of J. Wilson, died at 8 Patrick Street, Greenock on 13th March 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1909)

WILSON Elizabeth Steven, wife of James Wilson, baker, died at Greenock on 15th August 1847 age 49 (Greenock Advertiser 17.8.1847)

WILSON Elizabeth Reid, eldest daughter of Edward Reid, drysalter, to William Algie, Glasgow, at Woodthrope, Esplanade, Greenock on 6th June 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1889) see Barbara P.

WILSON Elizabeth McAllister, wife of Alex Wilson, died at 89 Ardgowan street, Port Glasgow on 12th October 1900 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1900)

WILSON Elizabeth Honeyman, wife of Alex M. Wilson, ironmonger, died at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 6th January 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1901)

WILSON Elizabeth Drysdale, wife of Richard Wilson, died at 14 Terrace Road, Greenock on 9th June 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1911)

WILSON Elizabeth Douglass, widow of Thomas Wilson, river pilot, Greenock, died at her son in law’s, James Stonehouse, Moneton, New Brunswick on 28th May 1895 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1895)

WILSON Elizabeth Cook, wife of Alex Wilson, died at 66 East Hamilton Street, Greenock in June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1891)

WILSON Elizabeth Burnett, wife of Thomas Wilson, mason, died at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 16th July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1891)

WILSON Elizabeth Brown, 2nd daughter of Thomas Wilson, baker, Nicolson Street, to William Grieve, Customs Leith, at Imperial hall, Greenock on 2nd July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1909)

WILSON Catherine Hendry, wife of James Wilson, farmer, died at Braeside, Inverkip on 12th May 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 13.5.1862)

WILSON Elizabeth, daughter of late David Wilson, Greenock to Samuel Forrest, at Masonic Hall, Govan on 31st December 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1886)

WILSON Edward Wilson, J.P., Honorary Sheriff for Renfrew and Bute, died at Woodthorpe, Greenock on 29th November 1906 age 78 – obituary page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1906)

WILSON Eleanora, 2nd daughter of late John Wilson, Greenock to John Morison, at Cumberland Street, Glasgow on 17th December 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 19.12.1868) see Eleanora D.

WILSON Eleanora Dempster, widow of John Wilson, Greenock died at her son-in-law’s, John Morison, Eglinton Street, Glasgow on 5th April 1871 age 62 (Greenock advertiser 8.4.1871) see Eleanora

WILSON Eliza, eldest surviving daughter of John Wilson, Archibald Leitch, flesher, at Port Glasgow on 1st November 1871 by Reverend William Bell. (Greenock Advertiser 4.11.1871)

WILSON Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Archibald Wilson, to Captain Matthew Irvin at 30 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 16th April 1857 by Reverend J.J. Bonar (Greenock Advertiser 21.4.1857)

WILSON Elizabeth Brown, only daughter of Thomas Wilson, baker, died at 64 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 21st September 1881 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1881)

WILSON Elizabeth, only daughter of Thomas Wilson, coachman, died at 6 Nelson Street, Glebe, Greenock on 17th March 1878 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1878)

WILSON `Elizabeth Brodie, widow of James Wilson, died at 54 Brougham Street, Greenock on 8th October 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1908)

WILSON Elizabeth, daughter of late Alex Wilson, to George Seaton, at 28 Bruce Street, Greenock on 28th June 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1886)

WILSON Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Wilson, engineer, to James Gush, at 25 Belville Street,

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WILSON Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Wilson, died at 1 Mill Street, Greenock in February 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1897)

WILSON Elizabeth, infant daughter of Edward Wilson, died at 7 Hill Street, Greenock on 26th September 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1905)

WILSON Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Alex Wilson, to Thomas Macarthur, at Newark Church halls, Port Glasgow on 30th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1903)

WILSON Flora Gillies, daughter of late John Wilson, to Lachlan McInnes McKinnon, at Manse, Caddlehill, Greenock on 22nd August 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1913)

WILSON Elizabeth, daughter of late Captain Robert Wilson, died at 55 Union Street, Greenock on 24th July 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 25.7.1863)

WILSON Helen Hill, daughter of John Wilson, Helenclune, to Archibald M. Paterson, Hampstead, son of late James Paterson, at Tontine, Greenock on 20th June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1905)

WILSON Euphemia Jane, eldest daughter of Richard Wilson, grocer, died at 45 Nicolson Street Greenock on 29th August 1876 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1876)

WILSON Harry A., son of late Doctor Wilson, Greenock , and assistant Irrawaddy Flotilla Company, died at Mandalay on 12th March 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1913)

WILSON Helen, daughter of Reverend Robert Wilson, died of scarlet fever, on 21st October 1842, at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 28.10.1842) see James; Helen B.; Robina M.; Reverend Robert; Helen.

WILSON Helen, widow of Reverend Robert Wilson, Greenock, daughter of late Andrew Brodie, surveyor, Edinburgh, died at 12 Rankellar Street, Edinburgh on 21st November 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1889) see Helen.

WILSON Helen Black, wife of Edward Wilson junior, drysalter, eldest daughter of Matthew Hill, miller, died at Brisbane Lodge, Brisbane street, Greenock on 20th January 1896. son born 13th January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1896) see Edward

WILSON Hannah, 3rd daughter of John Wilson, to Peter Greer, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 12th June 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1908)

WILSON Helen Fleming, wife of John Wilson senior, died at her son’s Newton Street, Greenock on 13th February 1895 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1895)

WILSON Hannah, daughter of late James Wilson, to Josiah Gilray, at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock in September 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1892)

WILSON Helen Montgomery, widow of William Wilson, merchant, Greenock, died at Pollock Street, Glasgow on 10th January 1875 age 70. (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1875)

WILSON Helen Stevenson, wife of David Wilson, died at 40 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in April 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1887)

WILSON Helen Violet, youngest daughter of late Robert Wilson, shipmaster, to John K. Gray, Junior Town Clerk of Greenock, on 30th June 1835 by Reverend A. Gilmour at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 2.7.1835) see Agnes

WILSON Helen Watson, wife of Hugh Wilson, joiner, died at 31 Dempster Street, Greenock on 22nd June 1894 age 53. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1894)

WILSON Helen Whitelaw, youngest daughter of Robert Wilson, plumber, 52 Holmscroft Street, to Peter King McLean at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 27th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1899)

WILSON Janet Wilson to Captain William Cumming, at Greenock on 21st March 1836 by Reverend Smith. (Greenock Advertiser 28.3.1836)

WILSON Helen Brodie, youngest daughter of Reverend Wilson, died at George Square, Greenock on 4th April 1857 age 13 years 9months. (Greenock Advertiser 7.4.1857) see Helen

WILSON George A., son of late Captain Wilson, Banff, to Beatrice Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of late Robert Chalmers, Greenock at 1514 9th Avenue, West Seattle on 19th July 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1905)

WILSON Edward Wilson to Mary, eldest daughter of Robert J. Foster, coachbuilder, at 106 Dempster Street, Greenock on 7th July 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1898)

WILSON Francis Wilson, died at 11 Main Street, Greenock on 13th June 1879 age 70. wife Jane. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1879) see Jane M.

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WILSON Gabriel Wilson, chief officer of The Caledonian to Christina, daughter of Thomas Ritchie, at Greenock in June 1871 by special licence. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1871)

WILSON George Wilson, boatswain, Greenock, drowned from the ship Welsh Girl, on voyage from London to Tobago. Age 35 (Greenock Advertiser 22.3.1877, Greenock Telegraph ( 21.3.1877)

WILSON George Wilson, chemist, died at 1 Union Street, Greenock on 8th April 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 9.4.1883, Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1883) see Euphemia W.

WILSON Hannah, Lyon, widow of James Wilson, joiner, formerly of Paisley, died at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 28th March 1898 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1898)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs George Wilson, born at 15 Belville Street, Greenock on 1st August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1909)

WILSON Euphemia (Effie) Watt, daughter of late George Wilson, to James Duff, brassfounder, at 52 Brougham Street, Greenock on 6th February 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1894)

WILSON George, Maitland, infant son of Joseph Wilson, architect, died at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 6th January 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1885)

WILSON Grace, eldest daughter of James Wilson, farmer, to Hugh Clarke McKenzie, at Preside, Inverkip on 2nd July 1872 by groom’s uncle, Reverend Clarke, Minnart. (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1872)

WILSON Grace, youngest daughter of Alex Wilson, died at 3 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 10th May 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1892). see Alex.

WILSON Grace Hamilton, eldest daughter of James L. Wilson, timekeeper, to William Lemon, Glasgow, at 22 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 16th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1902)

WILSON Grace Margaret Innes, wife of Alex Wilson, butcher, died at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 15th February 1895. youngest daughter of late William Innes, bookseller (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1895)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs H. Dempster Wilson, writer, Glasgow, born at Rockhill, Gourock on 8th January 1884 (Greenock Advertiser 10.1.1884)

WILSON George, youngest son of James and Mary Wilson, died at 13 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1903 age 1. (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1903)

WILSON Reverend David Wilson, Irvine, to Jane, youngest daughter of late John Denniston, merchant, Greenock at 16 Albany Street, Edinburgh on 28th June 1842. (Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1842)

WILSON David Wilson, father of David, died at Greenock Infirmary in January 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1885)

WILSON Crawford Campbell, infant son of William Wilson, 19 Finnart Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 14th February age 4½ months. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1910)

WILSON Daniel, eldest surviving son of late John Wilson, baker, Greenock died at Belmont Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow in August 1873 age 18. (Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1873)

WILSON A son to Captain and Mrs Daniel Wilson, born at 10 South Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1855)

WILSON Daniel, son of late James Wilson, rafter, drowned off ship ‘Phasis’ off Cape Horn on 23rd May 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1895)

WILSON Christina Pettigrew, wife of Robert Wilson, died at 4 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 18th November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1905)

WILSON Daniel McFarlane, youngest son of Robert Wilson, died at Port Glasgow on 16th August 1840 age 10 months. (Greenock Advertiser 21.8.1840) see Christina

WILSON Christina Fletcher Wilson, mother of Walter, died at 21 Tobago Street, Greenock in August 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1888)

WILSON David Wilson, merchant, Greenock died at Greenock on 26th January 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 28.1.1853)

WILSON David, son of Michael Wilson, died at 72 Ann Street, Greenock on 31st August 1871 age 10 months. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1871)

WILSON David, son of David Wilson, farmer, died at Cornhaddock Farm, Greenock on 16th September 1879 age 21. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1879)

WILSON David Wilson, Greenock to Janet, 2nd daughter of George Muir, Underbank, at Fairlie on 24th April 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1883)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs David Wilson, born at 83 Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd February 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1886)

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WILSON Edward Wilson, junior, Greenock, to Margaret Glen Muir, at Station Hotel, Greenock on 24th April 1902. address – Woodthorpe, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1902)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Daniel Wilson, boilermaker, born at 79 Belville Street, Greenock on 29th August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1899)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Charles Wilson, riveter, born at 1 Hill Street, Greenock on 26th October 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1907)

WILSON Cecilia Miller, 2nd daughter of late Captain Josiah Wilson, died at her aunt’s Miss Miller, 8 Regent Street, Greenock on 20th September 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1896) see Cecilia M.

WILSON Charles Wilson, flesher, Paisley, to Mary, eldest daughter of Andrew McGechan, at Benclutha, Port Glasgow on 8th December 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1885)

WILSON Charles Wilson died at 12 Rue-end Street, Greenock on 22nd April 1887 age 4. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1887)

WILSON Charles Wilson, gardener, formerly of Greenock, died at Foreland, Islay on 18th April 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1890)

WILSON Charles, son of William Wilson, died at Greenock Infirmary in January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1893)

WILSON Christina Steel, daughter of Peter Wilson, labourer, died at 5 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock in August/September 1.9.1876. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1876)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs C. Wilson, born at 9 Hill Street, Greenock on 22nd February 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1903)

WILSON David Wilson, farmer, formerly of High Cornhaddock, father of John, died at his son in law’s, Henry Smith, 1 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 27th January 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1888)

WILSON Charles Wilson, Inchgreen Street, died at his brother in law’s, Frederick Bullen, 3 Gray Place, Greenock on 11th February 1904 age 29. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1904)

WILSON Charles Wilson, caulker, husband of Margaret, died at 48 Shaw Street, Greenock in February 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1911)

WILSON Charles Stewart Wilson, night watchman, Inchgreen Street, died at David J. Dunlop & Company, shipbuilder, Inchgreeen Works, Greenock on 13th November 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1898)

WILSON Christian Robertson, daughter of Alex M. Wilson, ironmonger, to John, son of late John Copland, Nunholm, Dumfries, at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 8th July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1901)

WILSON Christina, eldest daughter of late Robert Wilson, shipowner, to Archibald Simpson, at Mary Street, Port Glasgow, on 21st July 1857. (Greenock Advertiser 24.7.1857) see Agnes; Daniel McF; Janet

WILSON Chrissy, youngest daughter of Robert Wilson, Greenock, to James Gush, submarine diver, Greenock, at Wesleyan Methodist Church, Jersey in October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10 1898)

WILSON Charles Wilson to Mary McGregor, only daughter of late Alexander Murray, carpenter, Port Glasgow, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 10th December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1901)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, born at Hopebank, Eldon Street, Greenock on 7th February 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 9.2.1867)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Wilson, engineer, born at 30 Saint Lawrence Street, Greenock on 27th September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1886)

WILSON Douglas Fairlie, only daughter of Captain Josiah Wilson, Greenock died at Millport on 10th June 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 15.6.1847)

WILSON Douglas James Wilson, Greenock, to Marion, youngest daughter of late James Mowat, at Nelson Terraces, Parkhead on 10th September 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1890)

WILSON Duncan Montgomery Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Agnes Gray, youngest daughter of late David McBride, builder, Port Glasgow, at Cockburn Hotel, Glasgow on 14th July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1897)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, born at 28 Ann Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1855. (Greenock Advertiser 6.11.1855)

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WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Donald Wilson, BT inspector, born at 26 Bank Street, Greenock on 10th July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1904)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, born at Hopebank Cottage, Eldon Street, Greenock on 24th April 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1865). Isabella Jane died on 29th December 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 30.12.1865)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Donald Wilson, B.T. officer, born at 32 Kelly Street, Greenock on 24th November 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1902)

WILSON Edward Wilson junior, to Helen Black, eldest daughter of Matthew Hill, miller, at Annie Bank, 13 Eldon Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1890) see Helen B. Barbara P.

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson junior, drysalter, born at Brisbane Lodge, 81 Brisbane street, Greenock on 30th March 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1892)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson junior, drysalter, born at Brisbane Lodge, Brisbane Street, Greenock on 13th January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1896). mother Helen Black Hill, died 20th January 1896.

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, junior, wholesale drysalter, born at Woodthorpe, Greenock on 19th December 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1905)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, salt merchant, born at Woodthorpe, Greenock on 23rd April 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1908)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs Henry Wilson, born at 59 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow, on 9th February 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1908)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, born at 29 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 28th September 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 29.9.1860). Thomas Prentice died on 11th December 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1860)

WILSON David, eldest son of David and Maggie Wilson, fitter, died at 66 Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th August 1901 age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1901)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Wilson, fitter, born at 59 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 12th June 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1892)

WILSON David Wilson, shipwright, to Christina, eldest daughter of John Monaghan, blacksmith, 10 Hay Street, at Yielder's Café on 21st April 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1899)

WILSON David Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Agnes King, eldest daughter of Robert Morrison, at Tontine, Greenock on 14th June 1899. (Port Glasgow Express 16.6.1899, Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1899)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs David Wilson, clerk, born at 7 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 20th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1900)

WILSON Son to Mr and Mrs D. Wilson, born at 15 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 25th September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1904)

WILSON Donald Wilson, gas inspector, died at 22 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 5th November 1907. wife Christina. (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1907)

WILSON David Wilson, engineer, father of Isabella, died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th February 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1901)

WILSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs Edward Wilson, caulker, born at 106 Dempster Street, Greenock on 15th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1900)

WILSON David Wilson, Rothesay, to Annie, 3rd daughter of late Archibald Mitchell, at 15 Robertson Street, Greenock on 5th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1902)

WILSON David Wilson, 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers, eldest son of Thomas Wilson, baker, 6 Nicolson Street, Greenock died at Kildanna Hospital, Nurree Hills, Punjab, India on 14th August 1905 age 27. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1905)

WILSON David Wilson, Braeface, Ashton, Gourock, died at 16 Langside Road, Newlands, Glasgow on 28th February 1907 age 72. (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1907)

WILSON David Wilson, plasterer, formerly of Greenock, died at Oakbank Cottage, Luss on 14th September 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1907)

WILSON David Muir, youngest son of Edward Wilson, Greenock, died at Eastthorpe, Troon on 23rd January 1907 age 1. (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1907)

WILSON Donald Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Wilhelmina, younger daughter of William Simpson, at Masonic Halls, Greenock on 4th September 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1901, Port

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WILSON David Wilson, to Mary McEwan Low, daughter of late David Moody, Greenock at Sheridan Avenue, Buffalo, New York on 28th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1900)

WILSON Margaret, 4th daughter of John Wilson, to Thomas MacKay, at Tontine, Greenock on 6th June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1907)

WILSON Mary, 2nd daughter of Archibald Wilson, to John Symington, at 2 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 25th September 1861 by Reverend J. J. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 26.9.1861)

WILSON Margaret Gibbons, widow of Lieut. A. L. Wilson, to John Webster, Edinburgh, at Greenock on 12th August 1851 by Rev. Brown. (Greenock Advertiser 15.8.1851)

WILSON Marion Campbell Wilson, formerly of Gourock, to Lachlan Alexander Gibson, formerly of Glasgow, at Albany, Western Australia on 22nd January 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1911)

WILSON Margaret Blair, widow of John Wilson, grocer, died at 9 Argyle Street, Greenock on 14th September 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1906)

WILSON Margaret Alexander, daughter of Peter Wilson, 73 Ann Street, to John Graham Campbell, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock, on 4th July 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1911)

WILSON Margaret Wilson, aunt of Margaret Adams, died at 4 Crawford Lane, Greenock on 22nd October 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1911)

WILSON Margaret Holm, widow of Alex Wilson, died at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 13th June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1907))

WILSON Margaret, wife of Thomas Wilson, baker, daughter of late Hugh Finlay, baker, died at 6 Nicholson Street, Greenock, on 10th December 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1910)

WILSON Margaret Hood, wife of James Wilson, spirit merchant, died at Watt Place, Kilmacolm on 23rd March 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1881)

WILSON Margaret, 2nd daughter of Robert Wilson, plumber, 52 Holmscroft Street, to John Ross, at Borland’s Hotel, Greenock on 5th December 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1893)

WILSON Margaret, youngest daughter of Late John Wilson, baker, to Robert Wilson, merchant, Helensburgh, at 9 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 4th October 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1893)

WILSON Margaret, 2nd daughter of John Wilson, salesman, died at 87 Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1893)

WILSON Maggie, 2nd. Daughter of late Robert Wilson died at 48 Shore Street, Greenock on 20th April 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1885.

WILSON Maggie 2nd daughter of James Wilson to Edwin Gordon watchmaker, at 13 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 28th July 1874 by Reverend J.A. Campbell. (Greenock Advertiser 30.7.1874)

WILSON Maggie, youngest daughter of John Wilson grocer, to George H. Hamilton, clothier, at 37 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 26th October 1869 by Reverend A. Symington. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1869)

WILSON Robert Muir, youngest son of Robert Wilson, chemist, died at 1 Queen Alexandra Mansions, Greenock on 15th August 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1911)

WILSON Margaret, younger daughter of late John Wilson, provision merchant, Greenock, to Charles son of John Stewart, clothier, Greenock, at Brisbane on 14th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1911)

WILSON Maria, daughter of late James Wilson, to James C. McCuaig, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 11th July 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1893)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, born at 24 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 11th January 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 13.1.1866)

WILSON Martha, daughter of Archibald and Mary Wilson, Low Auchinleck Farm, died at 7 Clune Brae. Port Glasgow on 8th November 1908 age 19 months. (Port Glasgow Express 10.11.1909)

WILSON Martha, daughter of Archibald and Mary Wilson, died at 7 Clune Braefoot, Port Glasgow on 8th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1908)

WILSON Martha Wilson, died at 19 Brisbane Street, Greenock o 17th May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1906.)

WILSON Marion Mowatt, wife of Douglas J. Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at 12 Beardmore Terrace, Shettleston, Glasgow on 31st July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1907)

WILSON Marion Machan, widow of Archibald Wilson, died at 52 Union Street, Greenock on 12

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WILSON Margaret Greer, eldest daughter of James & Maggie Wilson, tailor, died at 19 Belville Street, Greenock on 18th May 1907. Age 5 years and 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1907.)

WILSON Maris McIlray, wife of William Wilson, Cartwright, died at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 3rd August 1885 age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1885)

WILSON Robert Gibb, youngest son of W. R. G. Wilson, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Grange Villa, Jarrow-on Tyne on 6th December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1913)

WILSON Margaret Whitelaw, wife of David Wilson, plumber, died at 52 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 19th June 1902 age 63. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1902)

WILSON Margaret Stewart, wife of Charles Wilson, died at 16 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 17th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1900)

WILSON Margaret Pharoh, wife J.S. Wilson, died at 46 Nicholson Street, Greenock in January 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1878)

WILSON Margaret Park, daughter of Thomas Wilson, baker, died at 22 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1891. (Greenock telegraph 24.8.1891)

WILSON Margaret M. Wilson, formerly of Greenock, to B. H. Allison, Laurel, Maryland, at Georgetown, D.C. on 22nd May 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1867) (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1867)

WILSON Margaret Moreland, daughter of James Wilson, ironmonger, to Captain James Bowman, at 29 Mearns Street, Greenock on 21st April 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1891)

WILSON Maggie MacAndrew, second daughter of Edward Wilson, merchant, to Peter Mackichan, Glasgow at Woodthorpe, Greenock on 29th June 1882. See Barbara B. (Greenock Advertiser 30.6.1882) (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1882)

WILSON Marion McLachlan, eldest daughter of Robert J. Wilson, tailor, to George, 2nd son of George Fowlis, aerated water manufacturer, at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 25th August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1909)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, headmaster, Highlander’s Academy, born at 29 Mearns Street, Greenock on 5th November 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1881)

WILSON Robert Wilson, brass finisher, died at 22 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1884)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, born at Morrison's Buildings, Port Glasgow on 26th Mary 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1881)

WILSON Robert Wilson, Sailor, Port Glasgow, lost overboard from SS “Colina” from Portland on 18th March 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1879)

WILSON Robert Wilson, formerly of Greenock died at 79 Park Street, Liverpool on 20th August 1879 age 55 (blacksmith). (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1878)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, headmaster, born at 9 Wellington Street, Greenock on 19th March 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1896)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, headmaster, Highlander’s Academy, born at Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock on 4th February 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1889)

WILSON Son to Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Wilson, tailor, born at 11 Royal Street, Gourock on 22nd June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1905)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, teacher, born at Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock on 15th September 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 17.9.1883 Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1883)

WILSON A son to Mr. & Mrs Robert Wilson caulker, born at 2 Garvald Street, Greenock on 12th.September 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1895.)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, headmaster. Highlander’s Academy, born at 29 Mearns Street, Greenock on 20th July 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 22.7.1879 Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1879)

WILSON Robert Wilson, rector, Highlanders Academy to Aggie, only daughter of late Captain James Wallace, at 6 Florence Place, Finnart Street, Greenock on 26th June 1978 by Reverend J.H. McCulloch. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1878)

WILSON Robert Wilson, master rigger, 9 Nicholson Street, killed on the ship Medora in Victoria Harbour, Greenock on 19th January 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 20.1.1874 Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1874)

WILSON Robert, son of Thomas Wilson, died at 6 Nelson Street, Greenock in November 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1973)

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WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, born at 13 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 15th December 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1873)

WILSON Robert Wilson, engineer, to Agnes only daughter of William Cunningham, at 18 Regent Street, Greenock on 31st October 1871 by Reverend MacFarlane. (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1871)

WILSON Robert Wilson died at 63 Ewing's Buildings, Rue End Street, Greenock on 24th September 1868 age 22. (Greenock Advertiser 26.9.1868)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, headmaster, Highlanders Academy, born at Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock on 22nd June 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1885)

WILSON Robert Wilson, chief engineer, formerly of Greenock died at 110 Brookdale Road, Liverpool on 12th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 15/05/1903)

WILSON Mary Wilson, Longwell Close, died in Greenock Infirmary on 9th September 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1878)

WILSON Captain Robert G. Wilson, died at West Stewart Street, Greenock, on 28th March 1839. (Greenock Advertiser 29.3.1839)

WILSON Jane Scott, widow of John Wilson, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 8th September 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1902)

WILSON Robert Alexander, infant son of David Wilson, clerk, died at 15 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 15th January 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1905).

WILSON Peter Alexander Wilson died at 18 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 21st November 1859 (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1859)

WILSON Robert Wilson died at 12 Baker, Street Greenock on 11th February 1907 aged 71 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1907)

WILSON Robert Wilson, formerly of Crawford Street, Greenock, died at 12 Wardrope Street, Paisley on 22nd March 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1904)

WILSON Robert Wilson, Glasgow, to Janet Campbell, eldest daughter of Angus Kerr, joiner at Overton, Greenock on 13th December 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 15 .12.1888)

WILSON Robert Wilson, Joiner, to Jessie Brown Agnew, eldest daughter of John Tucker, Grocer, 55 Belville Street, Masonic Temple, Greenock on 23rd December 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 25/11/1903)

WILSON Robert Wilson merchant Helensburgh to Margaret youngest daughter of late John Wilson, baker at 9 Trafalgar Street Greenock on 4th October 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1893)

WILSON Daughter to MR. & Mrs Robert Wilson tailor, born at 1 Bruce Street Greenock on 27th February 1903 (Greenock Telegraph (2.3.1903_)

WILSON Robert, son of late John Wilson grocer, died at 9 Argyle Street Greenock on 14th February 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1903)

WILSON Robert eldest son of Robert & Elizabeth Wilson, died at 66 High Vennel Street, Greenock on 21st January 1902 age 13 years 8 months (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1902)

WILSON Robert Wilson, engineer, died at 11 Roxburgh Street Greenock on 18th July 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1901)

WILSON Robert Wilson, labourer, died at 1 Mill Street Greenock on 22nd October 1900 husband of Martha. (Greenock Telegraph) 23.10.1900)

WILSON Robert Wilson to Mary, daughter of David McMillan, flesher, 7 Prospecthill Street at Town Hall Saloon Greenock on 14th July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1898)

WILSON Robert John Wilson, tailor, husband of Mary McLachlan 8 Ardgowan Street, Greenock, died at Greenock Infirmary, on 27th May 1911. (Greenock Telegraph27.5.1911)

WILSON Daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wilson, Joiner, born at 31 Dumpster Street, Greenock, on 16th Dec. 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1906).

WILSON Mary P. Wilson to Hugh M. Barclay, Stirling, at Duneira on 27th February 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1903)

WILSON Mary Wilson died at Greenock on 21st February 1826. (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1826) see John (brother).

WILSON A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Wilson, born at Kempock, Gourock on 19th June 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 21.06.1873)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Matthew Wilson, born at Kempock, Gourock on 19th June 1873. (Greenock Advertiser 21.6.1873)

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WILSON Mary Watson Beat, wife of John Watson, L..R.C.P., died at 4 Grosvenor Place, Wellington Street, Greenock on 24th December 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 24.12.1878 Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1878)

WILSON Mary Walters, wife of William Wilson, died at Craigie Place, Port Glasgow, on 12th January 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1896)

WILSON Mary Walker, wife of Thomas Wilson, died at Gourock on 26th December 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1877)

WILSON Matthew, youngest son of John Wilson, baker, died at 14 Ann Street, Greenock on 7th April 1883 age 22. (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1883)

WILSON Mary Penman, eldest daughter of William Wilson, wine merchant, Parkview, Greenock, to John Wilson Brown, Nelson, New Zealand, at Windsor Hotel, Glasgow on 20th August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1903)

WILSON Matthew Wilson, grocer & wine merchant, Inverkip to Morag McArthur 4th daughter of Allan Cameron, joiner at Firth View St Stroutian on 24th October 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1911)

WILSON Mary Nixon, wife of David Wilson, formerly of Glasgow, died at Braeface House, Ashton, Gourock on 12th February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1904)

WILSON Mary Momson, widow of John Wilson, died at 23 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow, on 21st February 1887 age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1887)

WILSON Mary Montgomery, widow of William Wilson, master plumber, died at Clydevale, Port Glasgow, on 14th March 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1901) see William

WILSON Mary Marshall, wife of Robert Wilson, steam-tug master, died at 34 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 7th June 1879. (Greenock Telegraph Advertiser 9.6.1879 Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1879)

WILSON Mary McKim, wife of Joseph Wilson, hammerman, born at 36 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 10th August 1888 age 27. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1888)

WILSON Mary McIntosh, wife of Richard Wilson, cooper, died at 58 Wellington Street, Greenock on 9th July 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1893)

WILSON Mary M. Young, wife of William Wilson, merchant, Maxwell Street, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 30th June 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1851)

WILSON Mary Strachan, wife of John Wilson, fireman, died at 26 John Street, Greenock on 25th April 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1905)

WILSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson, born at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 19th April 1874. Engineer (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1874)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Michael Wilson, coal merchant, born at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 21st January 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1883)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs Michael Wilson, coal merchant, born at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 20th April 1881 (Greenock Advertiser 20.4.1881, Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1881)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Michael Wilson, coal merchant, born at 82 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th March 1879 (Greenock Advertiser 1.4.1879, Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1879)

WILSON Michael Wilson, agent, to Elizabeth Nicol, 2nd daughter of William Baine, ropemaker, at 23 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 24th July 1873 by Reverend J. B. Smith (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1873)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs M. Wilson, Greenock Mineral Water Company, born at 19 South Street, Greenock on 25th March 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1886)

WILSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson, engineer, born at 17 South Street, Greenock on 29th October 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1885)

WILSON Matthew, youngest son of Hugh Wilson, joiner, died at 19 Bruce Street Greenock on 14th June 1874 (Greenock telegraph 15.06.1874)

WILSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson, engineer, born at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 11th June 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1878)

WILSON Mary Glen, wife of John Wilson, former manufacturer, Paisley, died at Greenock on 12 October 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1841) see John.

WILSON A son to Mr. & Mrs M. Wilson born at 72 Ann Street, Greenock on 1st June 1872. Engineer. John Walker died, at 19 Wellington Street Greenock on 16th June 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 18.6.77: Greenock Telegraph 18.6.77) (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1872)

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WILSON A son to Mr. & Mrs. Michael Wilson, engineer, born at 17 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1870)

WILSON A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. M. Wilson, born at 17 Ingleston Road, Greenock on 1st April 1869. engineer, (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1869)

WILSON A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. M. Wilson born at 26 Ingleston Road, Greenock, on 11th November 1867. engineer. (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1867)

WILSON Michael Wilson, engineer, to Agnes, 2nd daughter of late John Walker Cooper, at 19 Bruce Street, Greenock on 28th Dec. 1866 by rev. McFarlane. (Greenock telegraph 28.12.1866)

WILSON Mrs. May Wilson, died at 16 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 9th April 1897 age 89. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1897)

WILSON Maxwell Miller, eldest son of Wm. Wilson, plumber, died at Ardgowan Street Port Glasgow on 29th April 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1882)

WILSON A daughter to Mr.& Mrs. Michael Wilson, engineer, born at 17 South Street, Greenock on 24th July 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1883)

WILSON Mary Ann Wilson, died at 26 Arthur Street, Greenock on 7th October 1898 age 11years 6 months. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1898)

WILSON Margaret Pharoh, wife of V. S. Wilson, died at 46 Nicholson Street, Greenock in January 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1878)

WILSON Mary Fyfe, widow of Robert Wilson, died at 1 Mill Street, Greenock on 9th September 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1899)

WILSON Mary Donaldson, daughter of William Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Thomas Clark engineer, Pahang Corporation, 3rd son to Thomas Clark, Port Glasgow, at Presbyterian Church, Singapore on 1st October 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1902, Port Glasgow Express 31.10.1902)

WILSON Mary Cuthbertson, wife of John Wilson, storekeeper, died at Glen Cottage, Bedford Street, Greenock on 16th January 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1888)

WILSON Mary Carmichael, widow of Archibald Wilson, joiner, died at her son-in-law’s, 3 Watt street, Greenock on 31st December 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1882, Greenock Advertiser 3.1.1882)

WILSON Mary Campsie, widow of Robert Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at 36 Dombey Street, Liverpool on 24th February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1890)

WILSON Mary Kerr, wife of Archibald Wilson, died at Low Auchinleck Farm, Port Glasgow, on 4th March 1910 age 46. (Port Glasgow Express 11.3.1910)

WILSON Mary Ann Vallely, wife of James Wilson, died at 3 William Street, Port Glasgow on 22nd December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1900)

WILSON Mana, daughter of late James Wilson, to James C. McCuaig, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 11th July 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1893)

WILSON Mary Adam, eldest daughter of Andrew Wilson, Port Glasgow, to Duncan W. Campbell, at Tontine, Greenock on 16th June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1909)

WILSON Mary, youngest daughter of late W.F. Wilson, to Denly Bickle, Swindon, at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 8th January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1913)

WILSON Mary, youngest daughter of late William Wilson, died at 14 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 8th February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1910)

WILSON Mary, daughter of Robert Wilson, died at 5 Mill Street, Greenock on 17th April 1908 age 10. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1908)

WILSON Mary Wilson to Archibald Nicol, at 35 Cove Road, Gourock on 27th November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1896)

WILSON Mrs Mary Wilson died at 49 Shaw Street, Greenock on 26th June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1894)

WILSON Mary, widow of Peter Wilson, Port Glasgow, died at New York on 8th November 1882 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1882)

WILSON Mary Burnett, youngest daughter of Thomas Wilson, mason, to Thomas Kelso, engineer, at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 30th December 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1896)

WILSON Martha, daughter of Arch & Mary Wilson, Low Auchenleck Farm, died at 7 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow, on 8th November 1908 aged 19 months. (Port Glasgow Express 10.11.1909)

WILSON Robert Wilson, to Margaret Boyd, younger daughter of WnA Knox, goods guard 27 Bruce

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Street Greenock at Saint Andrew’s Presbyterian, N. Vancouver on 18th April 1912 –p2. (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1912).

WILSON Mary, youngest daughter of late W.F. Wilson, to Denly Bickle, Swindon, at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 8th January 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1913)

WILSON Mary, youngest daughter of late William Wilson, died at 14 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 8th February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1910)

WILSON Mary, daughter of Robert Wilson, died at 5 Mill Street, Greenock on 17th April 1908 age 10. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1908)

WILSON Mrs. Mary Wilson, died at 49 Shaw Street, Greenock on the 26th June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1894)

WILSON Mary, widow of Peter Wilson, Port Glasgow, died at New York on 8th November 1882 aged 76. (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1882)

WILSON Mary Wilson, Longwell Close, died in Greenock Infirmary on 9th September 1878(Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1878)

WILSON Margaret Stewart, wife of Charles Wilson died at 16 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 17th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 18.09.1900).

WILSON Mary Wilson died at Greenock on 21st February 1826 see John (brother) (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1826)

WILSON Margaret Whitelaw, wife of David Wilson, plumber, died at 52 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 19th June 1902, aged 63. (Greenock Telegraph 20.06.1902)

WILSON Martha, daughter of Arch and Mary Wilson, died at 7 Clune barefoot Port Glasgow on 8th November 1908. (Greenock telegraph 9.11.1908)

WILSON Martha Wilson died at 19 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 17th May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.05.1906)

WILSON Marion Mowatt, wife of Douglas J. Wilson, formerly of Greenock, died at 12 Beardmore Terrace, Shettleston, Glasgow on 31st July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1907)

WILSON Marion Maclean, widow of Arch Wilson, died at 52 Union Street, Greenock, on 12th December 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1860)

WILSON Marion McLachlan, eldest daughter of Robert V. Wilson, tailor, to George 2nd son of George Fowlis, aerated water manufacturer, at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 25th August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 26.08.1909)

WILSON Mana McIlray, wife of William Wilson, Cartwright, died at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 3rd August 1885 aged 24. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1885)

WILSON Mary Jane Brewster, wife of Charles Wilson, died at 1 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 18th August 1893 age 23. (Greenock Advertiser 19.8.1893)

WILSON Mary, 2nd daughter of Arch. Wilson, to John Symington at 2 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on the 25th September 1861 by Rev .J. J.. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 26.09.1861)

WILSON Rebecca, eldest daughter of late Matthew Wilson to David Macmillan, at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 12th October 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1911

WILSON Robert Cochrane, infant son of James & Maggie Wilson, tailor, died at 19 Belville Street on 7th November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1908).

WILSON Robert Wilson, plumber, Port Glasgow, to Margaret, 2nd daughter of late Mr Whitelaw, shipbuilder, Greenock, at Williamson’s Lane, Port Glasgow on 28th August 1863 by Reverend Bell. (Greenock Advertiser 1.9.1863)

WILSON Robert Wilson died at Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 1st March 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1863)

WILSON Reverend Robert Wilson, V.P. Church, Nicolson Street, Greenock, died at George Square, Greenock on 23rd April 1858 obituary p2 – see Helen: Catherine B. (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1858)

WILSON Robert Wilson, grocer, died at Greenock on 10th January 1826. (Greenock Advertiser 20.1.1826)

WILSON Robert Wilson, merchant to Janet Black, daughter of late Donald Black cooper in Greenock on 20th October 1806 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 27.10.1806)

WILSON Richard Wilson, labourer, injured at new refuse destructor, Dellingburn on 19th April, died at Greenock Infirmary on 30th April 1907. Son of Richard Wilson, 16 Duncan Street (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1907)

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WILSON Rebecca Bonar, only surviving daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Wilson died at Greenock Infirmary at 28th November 1903 age 13 years 9months (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1903)

WILSON Ralph Erskine, son of late Doctor W.A. Wilson, Greenock to Madge Dalzell, eldest daughter of late John B. Slimmon , Glasgow, and Mrs Slimmon, 3 Upper Avenue Road Swiss Cottage, London, at Grand Hotel, Glasgow on 4th June 1907. See Dr William A. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1907)

WILSON Rachel Smith, wife of Robert Wilson, engineer, died at Greenock on 4th February 1840 (Greenock Advertiser 7 .2.1840)

WILSON Peter C. Wilson to Fortuna Stevenson, youngest daughter of Charles McKinnon, at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 15th November 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1892)

WILSON A son to Mr and Mrs R. Wilson born at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 15th March 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3. 1886)

WILSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Peter C.C. Wilson, telegraphist, born at 22 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 10th May 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1895)

WILSON Lieutenant R.H.G. Wilson to Helen Macgregor, 2nd daughter of late Alex Hendry Finlay, Greenock at Bombay on 16th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1900)

WILSON Rebecca Hurst, widow of John Wilson, baker, died at 9 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 16th February 1900. See John (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1900)

WILSON Peter Allan, son of Robert Wilson, brass finisher, died at 22 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 16th April 1875. Age 17 years 5 months (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1875)

WILTON Thomas Wilton, Brackpan, formerly of Greenock , to Jeanie Smillie, daughter of late James McArthur, gamekeeper, Largs, at Presbyterian Church, Springs, Transvaal on 2nd April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1904)

WILTON Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Wilton, labourer, 81 Belville Street Greenock, died at Central Mine, Vereeniging, South Africa on 12th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1909)

WILTON Thomas Wilton, labourer, husband of Catherine, died at 87 Belville Street, Greenock on 13th December 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1911)

WILTON John Wilton, railwayman, died at Broadstone Hospital, Port Glasgow on 10th April 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1913)

WIMBS A son to Mr and Mrs Michael Wimbs, confectioner, born at 18 Arthur Street, Greenock on 25th July 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1894)

WIMBS Daughter to Mr and Mrs Michael Wimbs, confectioner, born at 18 Arthur Street, Greenock on 11th February 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1901

WIMBS Annie, daughter (infant) of Michael and Annie Wimbs, born at 189 Arthur street, Greenock on 25th December 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1892)

WIMBS A son to Mr and Mrs Michael Wimbs, confectioner, born at 18 Arthur Street Greenock, on 26th December 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1890)

WIMBS Daughter to Mr and Mrs M. Wimbs, born at 60 Wellington Street, Greenock on 28th July 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1902)

WINCHCOMBE Archibald P. Winchcombe to Anne, elder daughter of W.B. Bosenberg, Luzon Sugar Refinery, Manilla, at Tontine Hotel, Greenock on 11th March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1897)

WINCHCOMBE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Winchcombe, ss Ornidale, born at 13 Newton Street, Greenock on 29th December 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1897)

WINCHCOMBE Daughter to Mr and Mrs A.P. Winchcombe, R.N.R., born at 20 Union Street, Greenock on 14th February 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1900)

WINCHCOMBE Henry Winchcombe, shipbroker, to Elizabeth Jamieson, youngest daughter of late John Barr, at 26 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1868 by Reverend W.R. Thomson (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1868, Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1868)

WINCHESTER A son to Mr and Mrs John A. Winchester, born at 14 Chapelton Street, Port Glasgow on 8th March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1897)

WINCHESTER A daughter to Mr and Mrs John A. Winchester, born at Glen Burn Villa, Port Glasgow on 28th July 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1893)

WINCHESTER A son to Mr and Mrs John A. Winchester, born at Lilybank, Port Glasgow on 24th August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1899, 24.8.1899) Andrew Stevenson died at 1 Clyde street on 24th April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1900, Port Glasgow Express 27.4.1900)

WINCHESTER Jessie Alexander, infant daughter of John and Susan Winchester, died at 2 Clyde Street, Port

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WINCHESTER A daughter to Mr and Mrs John A. Winchester, born at 14 Park Place, Port Glasgow, on 9th May 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1895)

WINCHESTER John A. Winchester to Susan, daughter of late David McBride, builder, at Parish Halls, Port Glasgow on 27th April 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1892)

WINCHESTER Andrew Stevenson Winchester, chief engineer, ss Red Jacket, to Kate, youngest daughter of late Robert Templeton, spirit merchant, at Greenock on 30th December 1889 by special licence. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1889)

WINCHESTER Andrew Winchester, seaman or rigger, 76 Bay Street, Port Glasgow, died in an accident on the ship Alice Wilson at Port Glasgow on 26th March 1869 age 43 (Greenock Advertiser 1.4.1869, Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1869)

WINDEBANK George Windebank died at 11 Main Street, Greenock on 16th July 1909 age 76 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1909)

WINDEBANK George Windebank died at Smithston on 1st April 1906. Isabella died 1st April 1906 (2.4.1906). (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1906)

WINGATE William, 2nd son of David Wingate, rivet maker, Port Glasgow to May McGregor, elder daughter of late Alex Whitelaw, builder, at 3 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 21st August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1907) see Elizabeth

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs William Wingate, born at 25 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 8th December 1882 (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1882, Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1882)

WINGATE Gabriel Wingate, iron plater, died at 36 Crescent Street, Greenock on 6th January 1890 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1890)

WINGATE Gabriel Wingate to Jessie Neill, daughter of David Ness, blacksmith, 2 Mackenzie Street, at Ritchie’s Hotel, Greenock on 6th October 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1911)

WINGATE George, 4th son and Andrew Wingate, died at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 13th May 1862 age 8 (Greenock Advertiser 15.5.1862) see Andrew

WINGATE Helen Dougall, infant daughter of Gilbert and Jessie Wingate, died at 2 Mackenzie Street, Greenock on 20th November 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1913)

WINGATE Frederick Mayo son of David Wingate, Port Glasgow, to Helen Grace, daughter of late Captain Parker, at Presbyterian Church, West Hartlepool on 19th January 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1907) see Elizabeth

WINGATE Helen Smith, 2nd daughter of late Alex Wingate, manufacturing chemist, to John Ainslie, merchant, at Rangoon on 22nd May 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 26.5.1877) see Alex.

WINGATE Jane, eldest daughter of late Andrew Wingate, Broadfield, Port Glasgow, to Reverend Thomas B. Walpole, Saint Mary’s, Port Glasgow, at Saint Luke’s, Jersey on 6th February 1867 (Greenock advertiser 12.2.1867, Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1867) see Andrew (born 15.1.1852)

WINGATE Jane, eldest daughter of late Andrew Wingate, Broadfield, Port Glasgow, to Reverend Thomas B. Walpole, Saint Mary’s Port Glasgow at Saint Luke’s, Jersey on 6th February 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1867, Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1867) see Andrew (born 15.1.1852?)

WINGATE Jessie Watson, only daughter of William Wingate, to John Wyllie, marine engineer, Kilmarnock, at Braeside, Port Glasgow on 14th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1912)

WINGATE John Wingate, machinist, died at Dunoon on 19th June 1904 age 47, 43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1904)

WINGATE John Wingate, sugar porter, died at 5 Tobago Street, Greenock on 19th July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1909) see Mary M.

WINGATE John S. Wingate, Greenock, to Frances, 2nd daughter of late Hy. M. Rowland, Bootle, at Sephton Church on 28th April 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1894)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John S. Wingate, born at 72 Eldon Street, Greenock on 30th October 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1895)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John S. Wingate, secretary, born at 72 Eldon Street, Greenock on 8th August 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1898)

WINGATE Margaret McLellan, 2nd daughter of David Wingate, rivet maker, to Charles, elder son of Edward Keen, builder, Watford, on 30th September 1907 at Lilybank, Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1907) see Elizabeth

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WINGATE Margaret Smith, widow of Andrew Wingate, died at 32 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 26th October 1903 age 67 (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1903)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 8th June 1857 (Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1857)

WINGATE James Wingate, Gourock, to Elizabeth, daughter of James Russell, curator, 13 Hamilton Street, Greenock at 8 Queen Margaret Crescent, Glasgow on 14th October 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1912)

WINGATE Andrew Wingate, boot and shoe merchant, died at 29 West Burn Street, Greenock on 6th September 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1896)

WINGATE William, age 68 years died at Braeside, Port Glasgow on 27th May 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1914)

WINGATE Alexander Wingate, chemist, died at 18 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 11th February 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1859) see Helen F.

WINGATE Andrew Wingate died at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 24th June 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 26.6.1862) see Jane; George.

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 21st July 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 26.7.1850)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow, on 15th January 1852 (Greenock Advertiser 20.1.1852) see Jane

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 2nd May 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 6.5.1853)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 11th April 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 14.4.1854)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 9th October 1855 (Greenock Advertiser 12.10.1855)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Wingate, born at 5 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 18th June 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1885)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 25th June 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1861)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs William Wingate, born at 5 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 11th September 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1892)

WINGATE Son to Mr. and Mrs. James Wingate, born at 13 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 7th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1914)

WINGATE Andrew N. Wingate, Lilybank, Port Glasgow, to Edith Mary, daughter of late Mr Liddall, London, at Saint Paul’s Chipperfield on 12th June 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1900)

WINGATE Son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, clerk, born at 38 South Street, Greenock on 31st July 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1902)

WINGATE Daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, clerk, born at 33 Robertson Street, Greenock on 17th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1904)

WINGATE Son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, clerk, born at 33 Robertson Street, Greenock on 28th June 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1911)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Wingate, born at 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 2nd March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1880)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs David Wingate, born at 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 20th December 1882 (Greenock Advertiser 21.12.1882)

WINGATE A son to Mr and Mrs David Wingate, born at 61 Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 15th March 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1885)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Wingate, born at Lilybank, Port Glasgow on 30th August 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1887)

WINGATE Elizabeth, daughter of David Wingate, manufacturer, Port Glasgow, to Frank Terry Johnston, Highbury, London at Tontine, Greenock on 11th September 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1906) see Frederick M: Margaret McL: William (Greenock telegraph12.09.1906)

WINGATE Elizabeth, daughter of late Andrew Wingate, colliery manager, Bellshill, died at 63 Shore Street, Gourock on 4th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1911)

WINGATE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Wingate, born at Broadfield, Port Glasgow on 15th March 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 17.3.1859)

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WINGATE Mary Morrison, wife of John Wingate, died at 5 Tobago Street, Greenock on 2nd May 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1909)

WINK Mathew Drennan, second son of John Wink, 27 Robertson Street, Greenock, on 28th January 1914.(Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1914)

WINK James D. Wink, Port of Spain, Trinidad, to Elizabeth McVicar, only daughter of Donald MacCallum, at Minerva Villa, 31 Newton Street, Greenock on 30th July 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1902)

WINK A son to Mr and Mrs John Wink, furniture manufacturers, born at 27 Nelson Street, Greenock on 22nd March 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 23.3.1883, Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1883)

WINKS Alex Winks, timber measure, Greenock to Jane, youngest daughter of late Peter McAllister, ironmonger, Dumbarton, at 27 Kinning Place, Glasgow, on 22nd December 1845 (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1845)

WINKS Frederic J. Winks, Leicester, to Jane, youngest daughter of William Lawson, Greenock at Surrey Hill, Sydney on 7th February 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1862)

WINNING James Winning, Glasgow, to Elizabeth Weir, eldest daughter of Daniel Anderson, joiner, at 6 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 10th December 1869 by Reverend J. Nelson (Greenock Advertiser 14.12.1869, Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1869)

WINNING Jean Stewart, wife of Moses Winning, Glasgow, died at George Place, Gourock on 17th July 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 20.7.1867)

WINNING Isaac Winning, Cambuslang and Oban High School, to Eliza, eldest daughter of late John Greenlees, potato merchant, Glasgow and Mrs Greenlees, 5 Kelly Street, Greenock at Cockburn Hotel, Glasgow on 22nd August 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1900)

WINNING Thomas Winning, head detective officer, Burgh Police Force, died at 35 Roxburgh Street. Greenock on 17th September 1859 age 47 (Greenock Advertiser 20.9.1859)

WINTER Mrs Winter, fish hawker, died at James Devine, 45 Rue End Street, Greenock on 8th July 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 11.7.1876, Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1876)

WINTER William Winter, engineer, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Hugh McWhinnie, forgeman, at 68 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 24th April 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1896)

WINTER William Winter, engineer, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Hugh McWhinnie, forgeman, at 68 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 24th April 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1896)

WINTER Mary, eldest daughter of William Winter, engineer, to James Norrie Jensen, at 4 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 7th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1912)

WINTER Mary R. Hogg, wife of William Winter, engineer, died at 33 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 13th March 1893 age 31 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1893)

WINTERS As a result of an accident, John, husband of Mary Ann Moran, died at Greenock Infirmary on 18th February 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1914)

WINTON John Winton, clerk of works, formerly of Greenock, died at 47 Garnet Hill Street, Glasgow on 7th January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 13.01.1897)

WINTON Jane Kerr 5.12.1867 Lair 307 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Greenock

WINTON A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Winton, born at James Watt Inn, Greenock, on 29th April 1852. (Greenock Advertiser 30.04.1852)

WINTON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Winton, born at the James Watt Inn, Greenock on 27th August 1850 Margaret died 10th March 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 30.08.1850)

WINTON R. Winton of the James Watt Inn, Greenock, died at Gourock on 15th July 1855. (Greenock Advertiser 17.07.1855)

WINTON Mary McLean, widow of Robert Winton, Greenock, died at Gladstone Road, Seacombe, Cheshire on 22nd June 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 27.06.1881)

WINTON Mary Drysdale, widow of Alex Winton, formerly of Grangemouth died at 19 Ardgowan Street west, Greenock on 6th December 1876 age 77. (Greenock Advertiser 09.12.1876). (Greenock Telegraph 07.12.1876)

WINTON Margaret, 2nd daughter of James Winton, builder to Robert Ramsay, 1st mate of ship ‘Scotland’ of Glasgow, at Greenock on 26th February 1844 by Rev. S. Sinclair. (Greenock Advertiser 01.03.1844)

WINTON A son to Mr & Mrs John Winston, C.W. born at Violet Grove, Gourock on 14th July 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 18.07.1872). (Greenock Telegraph 16.07.1872).

WINTON John Kerr, son of John Winton, joiner, died at 19 Hamilton Street, Greenock on January 1854

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age 1. (Greenock advertiser 24.01.1854)

WINTON Jeannie, eldest daughter of late Robert Winton, to Ninian W. McDonald, at 14 Robertson Street, Greenock on 18th June 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 20.06.1895)

WINTON Jane Kerr, wife of John Winton, died at 21 Nelson Street, west Greenock, on 1st December 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 03.12.1867) (Greenock Telegraph 02.12.1867)

WINTON James Winton, former agent and correspondent for the ‘Scotsman’ died at 11 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1871. (Greenock Advertiser 25.05.1871) (Greenock Telegraph 23.05.1871)

WINTON James Winton, joiner, died at 4 Bearhope Street, Greenock, on10th February 1853 age 70. (Greenock Advertiser 11.02.1853)

WINTON Son to Mr & Mrs J. Winton, HMS Traveller, born at 22 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 13th September 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 18.09.1908)

WINTON Elizabeth Berry Whitehead, widow of Robert D. Winton, formerly of Greenock, died at Lo’burn Anderson Terrace, Ardrossan on 3rd November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 05.11.1908)

WINTON Robert Winton, 3rd engineer, SS Craigendoran, son of David Winton, 79 Dempster Street, Greenock, missing in East Bute Dock, Cardiff since 17th February 1890 found about 22nd March 1890 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 25.03.1890).

WINTON Alexander Winton, Brisbane Street, Greenock drowned at Dunoon while bathing on 4th July 1876 age 14 son of Mrs Robert Winton, 19 Brisbane Street Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 08.07.1876), (Greenock Telegraph 05.07.1876)

WINTON Robert Winton to Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of David Gilmour, at 5 Clune Brae on 14th February 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 16.02.1898).

WINTON Arthur Winton, seaman to Isabella Watson only daughter of late John A. Laune, Liverpool, formerly of Glasgow, at Shore Street Gourock on 5th October 1870. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1870)

WINTON Robert Winton, foreman sailmaker, died at 19 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 11 March 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 14.03.1876). (Greenock Telegraph 11.03.1876)

WIRPI Captain J.F. Wirpi, Brahestad, Finland, of barque Matts August, died in Greenock Infirmary on 28th April 1892 age 60. (Greenock Telegraph 29.04.1892)

WISDOM Andrew Wisdom, formerly of Greenock, died at Shirley Warren Hospital Southampton on 8th July 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 14.07.1913)

WISDOM Catherine Donnelly, wife of William Wisdom, died at 44 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 16th February 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 18.02.1889).

WISE James Wise, formerly of Glasgow, died at Greenock on 4th August 1860 age 84. (Greenock Advertiser 07.08.1860)

WISEMAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs Lewis C. Wiseman, born at 14 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 1st June 1884.(Greenock Telegraph 02.06.1884)

WISEMAN William Wiseman, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, daughter of John Blair, rigger, at 16 Tobago Street on 29th December 1865 by Rev. W.R. Thomson. (Greenock Advertiser) 30.12 1865.

WISEMAN Mary Reid Blair, daughter of Alex Wiseman, Bridge Street, Glasgow died of croup on 17th August 1848 at Gourock. (Greenock Advertiser 22.08.1848).

WISEMAN Alexander S. Wiseman, Motherwell, son of late James Wiseman, Hamilton to Agnes Stewart, daughter of S.D. Herriot wine merchant, 38 Finnart Street, Greenock, at Windsor Hotel, Glasgow on 27th April 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 28.04.1903).

WISEMAN Elspeth Pirrie, wife of Alexander, died at Gateside Hospital, Greenock on 12th January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1914)

WISHART Alexander John, only son of late John Wishart, cabinet maker, died at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th July 1912 age 21. (Greenock Telegraph 30.07.1912)

WOHLGEMUTH Daughter to Mr & Mrs F.R. Wohlgemuth, born at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 7th May 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 08.05.1901).

WOHLGEMUTH A son to Mr & Mrs Frank Wohlgemuth, born at 56 Wellington Street. Greenock on 12th November 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1876)

WOHLGEMUTH A son to Mr & Mrs Frank Wohlgemuth, born at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 11Th October 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1878)

WOHLGEMUTH A son to Mr & Mrs Frank Wohlgemuth, born at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 2nd November 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 04.01.1880)

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WOHLGEMUTH Frederick Robert Wohlgemuth to Elenor Mary, eldest daughter of James Cover, former RN 19 Antigua Street, at St. John’s, Greenock on 29th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 02.07.1900).

WOHLGEMUTH Son to Mr & Mrs John Wohlgemuth, plumber, born at 45 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 6th August 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 07.08.1905).

WOHLGEMUTH Son to Mr & Mrs John Wohlgemuth, plumber, born at 19 Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 04.11.1913).

WOHLGEMUTH Mary Constant, wife of John F. Wohlgemuth, died at 68 Inverkip Street Greenock on 4th April 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 06.04.1885).

WOHLGEMUTH A son to Mr & Mrs John Wohlgemuth, born at 18 Bogle Street, Greenock on 27th February 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 28.02.1891).

WOHLGEMUTH Robert C. youngest son of John Wohlgemuth, died at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 29th November 1882 age 2. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1882).

WOHLGEMUTH A son to Mr & Mrs Frank Wohlgemuth born at 6 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 2nd January 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 04.01.1875)

WOHLGEMUTH John Wohlgemuth, plumber to Barbara, 6th daughter of David Middleton, boiler – maker, at 19 Dempster Street, Greenock on 6th July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 08.07.1904).

WOLF Norah Reardon, wife of Michael Wolf, died at 3 Rue-end Street, Greenock in April 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 30.04.1897).

WOLFE Michael Wolfe, husband of Agnes, died at Little Sisters, Greenock on 6th October 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 07.10.1907)

WOLFFE Patrick Wolffe, seaman Greenock, lost with barque Cavour off Galway coast on 9th February 1892 from Pensacola to Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 21.04.1892).

WOLLTMANN Hamet Bass, widow of Martin Wolltmann, died at 89 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 17th June 1908 age 89. (Greenock Telegraph 18.06.1908).

WOLLTMANN Martin Wolltmann died at 31 Ingleston Street, Greenock 14th March 1901 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 14.03.1901).

WOOD Margaret, daughter of Alex Wood, carter, died at Gibbs Hill, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on28th September 1893 age 25. (Greenock Telegraph 29.09.1893).

WOOD John Wood to Annie, 3rd daughter of James White, at Caddlehill, Greenock on 21st April 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 23.04.1887).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs William Wood, born at 8 Shaw Street, Greenock on25th June 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 28.06.1870).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wood, brakesman, born at 78 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1891).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs John Wood, coal merchant, born at 27 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on27th March 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 27.03.1888).

WOOD John Wood to Jeanie, eldest daughter of William Monteith, at 103 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 23rd June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 24.06.1902, Port Glasgow Express 27.06.1902).

WOOD John Wood, blacksmith, formerly of Greenock, died at 930 Argyle Street, Glasgow on 30th May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 01.06.1906).

WOOD Helen Elizabeth, daughter of the late Robert Wood, to George William Henderson of Santa Cecilia , Trinidad, son of the late John Gladstone Henderson of Blackheath , at St. Mary’s Tacariqua, Trinidad, on 13th December 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1914)

WOOD John, son of Alex Wood, formerly Greenock, died at 68 Ormonde Street, Sunderland on 22nd March 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 22.03.1909).

WOOD John McDougall, son of James & Christina Wood, died at 11 Watt Street, Greenock on 11th June 1888 age 2. (Greenock Telegraph 12.06.1888).

WOOD Joseph Wood , Brinscall Lodge, Charley to Jane Naismith, younger, daughter of late John Todd, Greenock at 57 Union Street, Greenock on 13th October 1870 by Rev J. McFarlan. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1870, Greenock Telegraph 15.10. 1870).

WOOD Lady Wood widow f Sir Gabriel Wood, died at Bath on 19th March 1872 – p2. 3 Circus Bath. (Greenock Telegraph 26.03.1872, Greenock Advertiser 26.03.1872).

WOOD Margaret, only surviving daughter of William Wood, to James P. Millions, engineer, at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 31st March 1873 by Rev S. Sinclair. (Greenock Telegraph 02.04.1873).

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WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wood, brakesman, born at 78 Dempster Street, Greenock on 28th September 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 28.09.1889).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wood, born at 78 Dempster Street, Greenock on 25th September 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 26.09.1887).

WOOD Joseph Wood, coal merchant, died at 9 Dempster Street, Greenock on 1st August 1885. See Jane S. (Greenock Telegraph 03.08.1885).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs W.A. Wood, born at 14 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 22nd April 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 22.04.1874).

WOOD Private William Wood, King’s Won Scottish Borders, formerly of Greenock nephew of James Wood, 89 Dempster Street, Greenock, died at Pretana in July/August 1900 age 22. (Greenock Telegraph 07.08.1900).

WOOD William Wood, former assistant firemaster, died at 16 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 23.03.1905).

WOOD Son to Mr & Mrs William Wood, born at 17 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 27th August 1911, died 10th September 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 28.08.1911). (Greenock Telegraph 13.09.11).

WOOD Son to Mr & Mrs William Wood born at 17 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 7th August 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 08.08.1912).

WOOD William Wood, cartwright, died at 10 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 13th May 1911 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 13.05.1911).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, ‘Glasgow Herald’, born at Gladstone Place, 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 14th January 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 15.01.1881, Greenock Advertiser 15.01.1881).

WOOD Helen, eldest daughter of Alex Wood, contractor, died at Gibbshill, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 5th October 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 06.10.1885).

WOOD William A. Wood to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Captain David Williams of the ship Lord Hardinge, at Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 1st June 1870 by Rev William Lauder. (Greenock Advertiser 04.06.1870, (Greenock Telegraph 02.06.1870).

WOOD William Wood of the customs died at Greenock on 3rd March 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 03.03.1836).

WOOD Alexander Wood, potato merchant, died at Kelburn Cottage, Port Glasgow on 3rd. January 1914. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1914)

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs William A. Wood, born at 7 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 3rd September 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 04.09.1876).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs W.A. Wood, born at 7 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 21st September 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 23.09.1878).

WOOD William B. son of late Thomas Wood, sculptor, died on 25th February 1907 at Royal Hotel, West Breast, Greenock age44, 63 Finnart Street. See Janet B. (Greenock Telegraph 26.02.1907).

WOOD William J. Wood, naval architect, Chicago, formerly of Greenock, to Selma Amanda, youngest daughter of late Professor Georgi at 480 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio on 11th March 1896.

WOOD William McDougall, eldest son at James Wood, engine - driver, died at 5 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 6th March 1913 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 07.03.1913).

WOOD John Wood, seaman, Cowgate Street, Greenock, died from injuries when he fell from the upper topsail yard on the barque Enulluta from Quebec to Greenock on 17th July 1882 age 19. (Greenock Advertiser 27.07.1882, Greenock Telegraph 26.07.1882).

WOOD William wood, late Jamaica, died at Port Glasgow on 24th October 1806. See Janet, Jean P. (Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1806).

WOOD To, 4th son of Joseph & Elizabeth Wood, (brakesman, 6 Hay Street?) died at Greenock Infirmary on 17th September 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 18.09.1896).

WOOD Thomas Wood, sculptor, died at 49 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 1st July 1867. See Agnes R. Janet B. Helen B. (Greenock Advertiser 04.07.1867 Greenock Telegraph 02.07.1867).

WOOD William, son of late John Wood, millwright, died at 78 Belville Street, Greenock on 13th December 1897 age 72. (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1897).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, agent, born at Gladstone Place, 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 14th October 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1883, Greenock Telegraph

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15.10.1883).

WOOD Robert Wood, Glasgow Herald Office, Greenock to Jeanie, only surviving daughter of David McCochie, at Curchie Hill, Palmure, Newton Stewart, on 23rd June 1864. See Jeanie McC. (Greenock Advertiser 25.06.1864).

WOOD Robert Wood, sculptor, died at Inverkip Street, Greenock, on 7th June 1856 age 40. Obit – p2. (Greenock Advertiser 13.06.1852).

WOOD Noel Stanley, 9th & youngest son of late J.W. Wood, Rockferry, to Margaret Cumming, 2nd daughter of Robert MacSyman, Greenock & Liverpool, at Cape Town Cathedral on 12th April 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 14.04.1909).

WOOD Michael Wood, potato merchant, died at Low Carnegie, Port Glasgow, on 15th January 1904 age 83. Kelburn Cottage. (Greenock Telegraph 15.01.1904, Port Glasgow Express 15.01.1904).

WOOD Michael Wood, died at his grandmother’s, Rosehill, Port Glasgow in June 1891 age 21. (Greenock Telegraph 12.06.1891).

WOOD Mary Sloan, eldest daughter of Captain Robert Wood, to J. William Muir, at 26 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 24th June 1896. See Annie C. Captain Robert. (Greenock Telegraph 25.06.1896).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, born at 12 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 9th September 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 10.09.1868, Greenock Telegraph 09.09.1868).

WOOD Mary Jane, daughter of William, Wood, died at Dunedin Cottage, St Lawrence Street, Greenock on29th July 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 31.07.1871).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, born at 12 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 27th August 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 29.08.1870).

WOOD Mary Ann, only daughter of late Captain Wood, to Alexander Liddel, at 9 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 26th February 1878 by Rev A. E. Shand. (Greenock Telegraph 27.02.1878).

WOOD William Wood, modelmaker, died at 100 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock 29th June 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 30.06.1913).

WOOD Margaret Wood died at 48 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 21st August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 22.08.1904).

WOOD Margaret Alexander, wife of Alex Wood, died at Gibbs Hill, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock in August 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 31.08.1892).

WOOD Margaret Anderson, wife of Alex Wood, died at Kelburn Cottage, Port Glasgow, on 6th November 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 06.11.1912).

WOOD Margaret McGeoch, widow of William Wood, died at 15 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 25th February age 72. See Robert. (Greenock Telegraph 27.02.1899).

WOOD Margaret Wotherspoon, wife of Michael Wood, died at Kelburne Cottage, Carnegie, Port Glasgow on 12th January 1888 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 12.01.1888).

WOOD Mary Love, wife of Francis Wood, sculptor, died at 30 Bruce Street, Greenock on 7th September 1880. See Francis. (Greenock Advertiser 08.09.1880, Greenock Telegraph 08.09.1880).

WOOD Captain Robert Wood died at 2 Robertson Street, Greenock on 31st December 1900 age 65. See Mary S. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1900).

WOOD Susan, daughter of William Wood, smith, 9 Lyle Street, Greenock, died at 36 Nelson Street, Largs on 11th May 1888 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 12.05.1888).

WOOD Selina Wood died at 3 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 27th January 1872 age 61. (Greenock Telegraph 29.01.1872).

WOOD Sarah Mitchell, widow of Captain James Wood, died at Port Glasgow on 27th February 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 02.03.1847).

WOOD Robert G. Wood, Belfast, to Elizabeth Hill, daughter of late Captain Stewart Watters, at Tontine, Greenock on 27th December 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1899).

WOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert C. Wood, shipyard manager, born at 48 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 12th

WOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert C. Wood, born at 46 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 2nd September 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 04.09.1911).

WOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert C. Wood born at Rossbank, Port Glasgow, on 31st May 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 01.06.1905).

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WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, born at 7 Union Street, Greenock on 17th July 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 19.07.1866, Greenock Telegraph 17.07.1866).

WOOD Robert C. Wood to Catherine Livingstone, youngest daughter of late Finlay McQuistan, confectioner, at Tontine, Greenock on 17th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 18.04.1901).

WOOD Susan Wright Jack, wife of William Wood, died at 9 Lyle Street, Greenock on 17th November 1873. See Susan. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1873).

WOOD Robert Wood, writer, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, eldest surviving daughter of Robert Ramsay, millwright, formerly Ardrossan, at 28 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 21st November 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1884).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, agent, born at Gladstone Place, 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 29th October 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 30.10.1882, Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1882).

WOOD Mary, youngest daughter of late Thomas Wood, to Robert Watson, at 63 Finnart Street, Greenock on 14th September 1906. See Janet B. (Greenock Telegraph 17.09.1906).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, reporter, born at 23 Kelly Street, Greenock on 27th July 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 27.07.1878, Greenock Telegraph 27.07.1888).

WOOD Robert Wood, agent Glasgow Herald, 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock, died on board a steamer at Innellan on 24th May 1888 – obit p2. Father of James 52. (Greenock Telegraph 2405.1888).

WOOD Robert Wood, Greenock to Ellen Angus, 2nd daughter of late Bryce Wright at Crosbie, Newton – Stewart on 29th September 1875. See Helen R. (Greenock Advertiser 02.10.1875, Greenock Telegraph 04. 10.1875).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wood, born at 12 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 19th December 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1873).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert C. Wood born at Rossbank, Port Glasgow 9th March 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 10.03.1902, Port Glasgow Express 14.03.1902).

WOOD Francis Wood sculptor, father of Gilbert, 30 Bruce Street, Greenock, died at Windmill Street, Saltcoats on 10th April 1884. See Mary L. (Greenock Telegraph 11.04.1884).

WOOD Jean Bell, widow of John Wood, farmer, Auchentiber, Kilmacolm, died at 23 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 8th January 1893 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 09.01.1893).

WOOD Jane Ritchie, wife of William Wood, assistant firemaster, Greenock, died at 46 Windmill Street, Saltcoats on 13th August 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 15.08.1894).

WOOD Charles Wood, ship builder died at Port Glasgow on 27th May 1847. See Charlotte. (Greenock Advertiser 28.05.1847).

WOOD Charles Wood, husband of Agnes, died at 33 Church Street, Greenock in October 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 05.10.1876).

WOOD Charles, son of Rose Wood, died at 46 Cathcart Street, Greenock in January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 26.01.1894).

WOOD Charlotte, only daughter of late Charles Wood, to James Scott, ship builder, Bowling, at Port Glasgow on 6th July 1853 by Rev Peter McLaren. See Charles. (Greenock Advertiser 12.07.1853).

WOOD Christina, wife of Robert C. Wood, chief officer, ship Assaye, Greenock, only surviving daughter of late Captain Yule Montrose, died at Edzell, Forfar on 20th July 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 23.07.1878).

WOOD Christina McDougall, wife of James Wood, engine – driver, died at 7 Watt Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1903 age 42. (Greenock Telegraph 03.08.1903).

WOOD Christina Newslands adopted daughter of late John Wood, millwright, died at 10 Antigua Street, Greenock on22nd December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1891).

WOOD David, only son of William Wood, cartwright & blacksmith, 10 Lynedoch Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 31st May 1905 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph 01.06.1905).

WOOD Elizabeth, eldest daughter of late John Wood, ship builder in Port Glasgow, to Captain David Gilkison on 16th October 1815 at Port Glasgow. See John. (Greenock Advertiser 27.10.1815).

WOOD Jane Young, wife of Mathew F. Wood, died at 36 West Burn Street, Greenock on 16th January 1858 age 26. (Greenock Telegraph 19.01.1858).

WOOD Elizabeth, daughter of Arch Moncrieff Wood, 41 Ardgowan Street, to Frank Ellison Priestley, Prenton, Cheshire, at St. Paul’s Greenock on 14th May 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 16.05.1910).

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WOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wood, patternmaker, born at 45 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 16th October 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1907).

WOOD William Wood, caulker, died at 15 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 15th March 1894 wife Margaret. See Margaret McG. (Greenock Telegraph 15.03.1894).

WOOD Catherine, daughter of Henry Wood, died at 4 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow on 5th December 1884 age 7yrs 11months. (Greenock Telegraph 08.12.1884).

WOOD George Wood, blacksmith, eldest son of late William Wood, Greenock, died at 55 Borough Road, Birkenhead on 15th February 1909 age 61. (Greenock Telegraph 17.02.1909).

WOOD Janet Beith, widow of Thomas Wood, sculptor, died at 63 Finnart Street, Greenock on28th August 1906 age 74. See Mary: William: Thomas. (Greenock Telegraph 28.08.1906).

WOOD George Wood, Dalbeattie, to Elizabeth Andrew, 4th daughter of late Walter Wilson Gibb, at 11 Mt. Pleasant Street, Greenock on 2nd February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 04.02.1904).

WOOD Sir Gabriel Wood, born 1767, 2nd son of Gabriel Wood, Greenock died at Bath on 30th October 1845 obituary p2. See Francis A. (Greenock Advertiser 07.11.1845).

WOOD Elizabeth McIntyre, wife of William Wood, Port Glasgow, died at her father’s, Fyfe Park, Port Glasgow on 8th July 1872 age 22. (Greenock Advertiser 13.07.1872).

WOOD Janet, 2nd daughter of late William Wood of Plantation, to Peter Montgomerie, formerly of St Croix, at Port Glasgow on 15th June 1824. See William, Jean P. (Greenock Advertiser 18.06.1824).

WOOD Miss Frances Ann Wood, died at 7 George Square, Greenock on 21st May 1856; Sister of Sir Gabriel Wood – obituary 27.05.1856 p2. (Greenock Advertiser 23.05.1856).

WOOD Sir Gabriel Wood to Louisa, eldest daughter of Late General Fanning, former Governor of Prince Edward’s Island, on 28th June 1830 by special licence at Castlebar House, Great Ealing. (Greenock Advertiser 06.07.1830).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs W. A. Wood, born at Clydeside P1, Port Glasgow on 5th July 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 09.07.1872, (Greenock Telegraph 08.07.1872).

WOOD Gabriel Wood died at George Square, Greenock, on 23rd October 1823 age 86. See Francis A.. (Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1823).

WOOD Francis James, son of Jeanie & late Gilbert Wood late of Greenock at Providence, R.I. on 10th April 1913 - p2. (Greenock Telegraph 28.04.1913).

WOOD Francis G. Wood, engineer, to Jane Brown, 23nd daughter of Robert McCover, engineer, 41 Sir Michael Street, Greenock, at St. Andrew’s, Hull on September 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 13.09.1892).

WOOD Son to Mr & Mrs James Wood, patternmaker, born at 45 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 6th March 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 07.03.1906).

WOOD Miss Janet Wood died at 11 Newark Place, Port Glasgow on 20th May 1890 age 95. (Greenock Advertiser 21.05.1890).

WOOD Capt. Adam Hunter Wood, Irvine, died at Wood’s Mariners'’ Asylum, Greenock on 29th February 1913 age 75. (Greenock Telegraph 21.02.1913)

WOOD Arthur Wood killed while working on the SS ‘Gergovia’ in Garvel Docks on 8th February 1884 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 08.02.1884

WOOD Anne Nelson, daughter of William Wood, died at 39 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 29th April 1871 age 23months. (Greenock Telegraph 29.04.1871)

WOOD Ann Muir, wife of William Wood, Smith, died at 10 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 25th September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 26.09.1904).

WOOD Annie Castle, younger daughter of Captain Robert Wood, (26 Brisbane Street ?) to William Martin, Duraham, at Tontine, Greenock on 21st September 1898. See Mary S. (Greenock Telegraph 22.09.1898.

WOOD Andrew R. Wood blacksmith, to Jeanie, eldest daughter of Thomas Fairgrieve (gateman, 18a Trafalgar Street), at 64 Finnart Street, Greenock on 28th October 18.98. (Greenock Telegraph 01.11.1898).

WOOD Andrew Wood to Martha, eldest daughter of John Brown, carter, 2 Kilblain Street, at 17 Finnart Street, Greenock on 19th April 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 20.04.1897)

WOOD Allan Wood to Annie, 5th daughter of Kenneth Macdonald, carpenter, 63 Holmscroft Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 31st July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 02.08.1907)

WOOD Allan Wood, cooper, died at 37 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 27th July 1897 age 53, wife

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WOOD Alexander, infant son of James & Bella Wood, died at 13 Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 9th May 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 10.05.1911)

WOOD Alexander Wood, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Sunderland Infirmary on 17th April 1905 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph 18.04.1905)

WOOD Alexander Wood, carter, father of William, died at Gibbshill, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 16th February 1895 age 57. (Greenock Telegraph 18.02.1895)

WOOD Alexander Wood, postmaster, died at Port Glasgow on 8th July 1846 age 44. (Greenock Advertiser 14.07.1846)

WOOD Alexander Wood died at Greenock on 28thNovember 1826 – established the Greenock Hunt, obituary. (Greenock Advertiser 05.12.1826)

WOOD James Wood to Bella, daughter of Robert Jackson, Hamilton, at 4 Houston Street, Greenock on 5th July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 07.-7.1910).

WOOD Helen Wright, widow of Robert Wood, ‘Glasgow Herald’ , Greenock , died at 17 Leslie Street, Pollockshields on 24th February 1901. See Robert. (Greenock Telegraph 25.02.1901).

WOOD James Wood, foreman patternmaker, Rankin & Blackmore, husband of Mary Walls, died at 45 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd April 1910 – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 25.04.1910).

WOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wood, insurance manager, born at 89 Dempster Street, Greenock on 2nd March 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 02.03.1900).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wood, insurance manager, 89 Dempster Street, Greenock, died at 147 Holland Street, Greenock on13th October 1895. (Greenock Telegraph14.10.1895).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs James Wood, clerk, born at 114 Dempster Street, Greenock on 21st July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 23.07.1888)

WOOD James, 12, William 9, Grace 3, and Lilias 5, children of William Wood caulker, died in a fire at 5 Shaw Street, Greenock on 3rd January 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 06.01.1863).

WOOD Agnes Rodger, 3rd daughter of late Thomas Wood, sculptor, to Duncan McCallum, gardener, at 16 Robertson Street, Greenock on 31st December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 02.01.1899) see Thomas

WOOD Hugh, son of Mrs Mary & late Allan Wood 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock, drowned from troopship SS Togus on 4th or 5th December 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 04.01.1910).

WOOD Agnes Bowie, daughter of Allan Wood, cooper, 15 Hope Street, died at Heywood, Greenock on 17th Mar 1891 age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 18.03.1891) see Allan

WOOD Catherine Welsh, widow of Captain William Wood, died at 11 Ardgowan Street, Glebe, Greenock on 17th January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 18.01.1895).

WOOD Helen Beith, eldest daughter of late Thomas Wood, sculptor, Greenock, died at 1055 Great Western Road, Glasgow on 10th February 1910. See Thomas. (Greenock Telegraph 11.02.1910).

WOOD Gabriel, merchant No. 93 Inverkip Street Cemetery; John, Edinburgh, 07.05 18.30 No. 178 Duncan Street Cemetery; William, Customs, trustees of, 23.08.1836 No. 215 Duncan Street Cemetery

WOOD Mrs Wood, formerly of Rendell Orkney, died at Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow on 5th January 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 10.01.1863)

WOOD Mrs Wood, widow of Mayor Wood, Fortrose, Ross-shire, died at Prospect Hill, Gourock on 29th January 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 01.02.1878)

WOOD Jean Patterson, widow of William Wood, died at Port Glasgow on 30th December 1841 age 82. See Janet, William. (Greenock Advertiser 04.01.1842).

WOOD Isabella, infant daughter of John Wood, died at 85 Belville Street, Greenock on 6th November 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 07.11.1871)>

WOOD Jeanie McCauchie, wife of Robert Wood, agent ‘Glasgow Herald’ died at 12 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 27th December 1873 age 30. See Robert. (Greenock Advertiser 30.12.1873, Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1873).

WOOD Jessie, youngest child of late William Wood, Port Glasgow, died at Paisley on 31st August 1890 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 04.09.1890).

WOOD John Wood, shipbuilder, died in Port Glasgow on 23rd November 1811. See Elizabeth. (Greenock Advertiser 04.12.1811).

WOOD Wood, John Shipbuilder; Stones in Port Glasgow: John Wood 22.11.1811; George Wood

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04.08.1822 39 at sea; Charles Wood 27.05.1847 57; John Wood 22.12.1860 70; (Port Glasgow Express 05.07.1912).

WOOD John Wood died at Port Glasgow on 22nd December 1860 age 73 ship builder. (Greenock Advertiser 25.12.1860).

WOOD John Wood, formerly of Wood Gardens, Port Glasgow, died at 85 Belville Street, Greenock in March 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 27.03.1872).

WOOD William, youngest son of William Wood, slater, died at 24 Ann Street, Greenock on 19th August 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 19.08.1876).

WOOD Jenny, eldest surviving daughter of W.A. Wood, died at Willieslea, Dumbarton on 11th January, buried Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 12.01.1899).

WOOD William Wood to Mary, daughter of James Duncan, at Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 13th June 1877 by Rev William Bell. (Greenock Telegraph 15.06.1877).

WOOD William Wood, husband of Mary, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Hong Kong in April/May? 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 29.06.1887).

WOOD A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Wood, born at 7 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 19th May 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 20.05.1878).

WOOD William Wood, blacksmith, to Rosina, eldest daughter of William Stirling, at 9 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 13th December 1877 by Rev A.E. Shand. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1877).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs William Wood, blacksmith, born at 31 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 9th November 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 09.11.1878).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs William Wood, blacksmith, born at 63 Ann Street, Greenock on 2nd November 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 02.11.1881).

WOOD A son to Mr & Mrs William Wood, born at 30 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 16th February 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 16.02.1885).

WOOD John Wood, millwright, died at 11 Antigua Street, Greenock on 17th February 1874 age 83. (father William). (Greenock Advertiser 19.02.1874, Greenock Telegraph 17.02.1984).

WOODBURN William Woodburn, 13 Archibald PI., Edinburgh, died at Greenock on 20th July 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 23.07.1847).

WOODBURN A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Desbrasey Woodburn, dentist, born at 10 Eldon Street, Greenock 29th October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1894).

WOODBURN Lieutenant Alex. Woodburn, 25th Regiment Bombay N.I., to Eleanor, eldest daughter of James Cleland, on 21st May 1833 by Rev Dr Barr at Port Glasgow. (Greenock Advertiser).

WOODBURN Jeanie I. Woodburn, died at 18 Bentinck Street, Greenock on 14th March 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 15.03.1909).

WOODCOCK Cathie, only child f Louie & Lizzie Woodcock, died at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on 29th August 1905 age 21months. (Greenock Telegraph 29.08.1905).

WOODCOCK Son to Mr & Mrs Louis Woodcock, joiner, born at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 04.12.1906).

WOODFALL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Henry Woodfall, born at Gourock on 20th February 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 25.02.1845).

WOODHOUSE Janet, daughter of Sam Woodhouse, Berry Brow, Huddersfield, died at 54 Union Street, Greenock on 15th June 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 16.06.1913).

WOODLEY George Woodley to Mary Reid, 3rd daughter of Hugh McLean at Crawford’s Café, Greenock on 7th December 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 09.12.1899).

WOODLEY Son to Mr & Mrs George Woodley, HMS Britomart , born at 11 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 1st February 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 04.02.1901).

WOODLEY Son to Mr & Mrs George Woodley, carpenter’s mate, R.N. Devenport, born at 11 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 10th August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 11.08.1904).

WOODROW John Woodrow to Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of late Robert Wild, engineer, at Mechanics Institute, Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 30th December 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 03.01.1882).

WOODROW A son to Mr & Mrs Peter Woodrow, born at warden, Kilmacolm on 15th January 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 16.01.1879).

WOODROW A son to Mr & Mrs Peter Woodrow born at wardend, Kilmacolm on 19th March 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 21.03.1882).

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WOODS A son to Sergeant Major & Mrs Alfred Woods, born at 33b Newton Street, Greenock on 13th June 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 13.06.1890).

WOODS Daniel Woods, porter, died at 52 East Hamilton Street, Greenock in December 1903. See John. (Greenock Telegraph 07.12.1903).

WOODS A daughter to Mr & Mrs A. Woods born at 81 Wellington Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 03.12.1885).

WOODS Agnes, daughter of Henry Woods, died at 11 Duncan Street, Greenock on 31st March 1889 age 5yrs 4months. See Henry. (Greenock Telegraph 01.04.1889).

WOODS Mary MacTaggart, daughter of Patrick Woods, died at 4 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow on 7th December 1884 age 17months. (Greenock Telegraph).

WOODS Son to Mr & Mrs William H. Woods, engineer, born at 12 Nile Street, Greenock on 10th December 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1902).

WOODS A son to Mr & Mrs William Henry Woods, engineer, born at 12 Nile Street, Greenock on 19th November 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1900).

WOODS A son to Mr & Mrs William Henry Woods, engineer, born at 12 Nile Street, Greenock on 25th October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1898).

WOODS A son to Mr & Mrs William Henry Woods, born at 2 Watt Place, Greenock on 23rd May 1897.

WOODS A son to Mr & Mrs William Henry Woods, born at 41 West Burn Street, Greenock on 7th February 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 07.02.1896).

WOODS Unity Brogan, wife of William Woods, dock labourer, died at 3 Harvie Lane Greenock on 23rd January 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 25.01.1912).

WOODS Sarah, youngest daughter of Henry & Margaret Woods, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 15.04.1901).

WOODS Samuel Woods, pottery worker, son of Fanny Woods, 32 Arthur Street, drowned off Clyde Pottery works, Greenock on 22nd August 1901 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 23.08.1901).

WOODS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alfred Woods, drill instructor, born at 17 South Street, on 15th December 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 15.02.1887).

WOODS Patrick P. son of Patrick Woods, Greenock to Wallie A. daughter of Thomas Britton, at St. Mary’s, Trenton, N.J. on 29th January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph).

WOODS Margaret McCanter, wife of Daniel Woods, fireman, died at 52 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 28th August 1902. See John (Greenock Telegraph 28.08.1902).

WOODS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Woods born at 17 Bruce Street, Greenock on 30th December 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1908).

WOODS Hugh Woods, plater’s helper, son of Hugh Woods, 10 Antigua Street, killed at Scott's East Yard, Greenock on 28th November 1912 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1912).

WOODS Elizabeth Williams, wife of W.A. Woods, eldest daughter of Captain David Williams, died at Miramichi Buildings, Port Glasgow on 18th March 1890 age 43. (Greenock Telegraph 19.03.1890).

WOODS Rose Woods, mother of Patrick died at 35 Lyle Street, Greenock on November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 07.11.1904).

WOODS Henry, 2nd son of Henry Woods, engineer, born at 35 West Shaw Street, Greenock on 30th July 1893 age 22. See Agnes. (Greenock Telegraph 31.07.1893).

WOODS Malcolm Woods engineer, to Elizabeth 2nd daughter of Robert Lang, glazier, at 35 West Shaw Street, Greenock on 27th March 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 28.03.1908).

WOODS James Woods, 2 Dockhead Street, Port Glasgow, drowned off Garmoyle Lighthouse on 25th July 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 26.07.1884).

WOODS James Woods to Margaret Boag, youngest daughter of late James Beveridge, at 9 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 30th August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 02.09.1907).

WOODS James, son of Henry Woods, died at 4 Tobago Street, Greenock on 3rd November 1907 age 16months. (Greenock Telegraph 05.11.1907).

WOODS John Woods died at 49 Shaw Street, Greenock in June 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 12.06.1891).

WOODS John Woods to Susie, eldest daughter of Daniel Duffy, at St Mary’s, Greenock on 13th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 17.02.1899).

WOODS John, only son of Margaret & Daniel Woods, fireman, died at 52 East Hamilton Street,

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Greenock on 26th June 1902 age 32. See Margaret McC. Daniel. (Greenock Telegraph 27.06.1902).

WOODS John Woods, apprentice slater, 1 Buccleuch Street, Greenock, drowned off Greenock on 14th September 1902 age 15. (Greenock Telegraph 15.09.1902).

WOODS Daughter to Mr & Mrs H. Woods, born at 12 Nile Street, Greenock on 10th January 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1905).

WOODSIDE Margaret Park, mother of John Woodside, died at 64 Ann Street, Greenock on 26th October 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1906).

WOODSIDE James, son of James Woodside 5 Ardgowan Street, Glebe, Greenock, killed at Albert Harbour on 7th March 1874 age 5. (Greenock Telegraph 10.03.1874).

WOODSIDE William Woodside, Glasgow to Christina, daughter of Thomas Brown, Partick, at 6 Grey Place Greenock on 13th March 1867 by Rev J. Rankin. (Greenock Advertiser 16.03.1867 Greenock Telegraph 15.03.1867).

WOODWARD William Wodward, died at Bare Hill, Gourock on 25th May 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 26.05.1894).

WOODWARD John Alexander Woodward to Eliza, youngest daughter of Arch. Morrison, formerly of Greenock, at Green Nook, New Lynn, New Zealand on 17th October 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1881).

WOODWARD George Woodward, stone dresser, Gourock, Believed drowned about 4th September 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 06.09. 1901).

WOOLER Joseph, youngest son of Joseph and Elizabeth died at Gateside Hospital on 25th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1914)

WOOLER Joseph Wooler to Elizabeth, only daughter of late William & Mrs Stewart, 4 Kilblain Street, at St John’s, Greenock on 6th April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 09.04.1906).

WOOLER Alexander, son of James Wooler, moulder, died at 65 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 22nd April 1881 age 14months. (Greenock Telegraph 23.04.1881).

WOOLER Elizabeth Marshall Fleming, wife of James Wooler, died at 55 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 31st December 1878. See Alexander. (Greenock Telegraph 01.01.1879).

WOOLER James Wooler, engineer, father of James, died at 9 Tobago Street, Greenock in September 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 22.09.1888).

WOOLER John, son of James Wooler, moulder, died at 9 Tobago Street, Greenock on 15th March 1890 age 14months. See Alex. (Greenock Telegraph 15.03.1890).

WOOLER Son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Wooler, born at 39 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 20th February 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 21.02.1907).

WOOLER Martha, youngest daughter of James & Martha Wooler, died at 9 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 27th December 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1908).

WOOLER Margaret, eldest daughter of James Wooler, moulder, to Hugh Howie, at St John’s, Greenock on 5th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 09.04.1907).

WOOLLEY A son to Mr & Mrs Samuel S. Woolley, music professor, at 80 Union Street, Greenock on 18th December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1886).

WOOLLEY Samuel S. Woolley to Roberta, 2nd daughter of John Duncan, at Brougham Street, Greenock on 2nd February 1877 by Rev. J.J. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 06.02.1877 Greenock Telegraph 03.02.1877).

WOOLLEY A daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel S. Woolley, music teacher, born at 29 Patrick Street, Greenock on 7th November 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 09.11.1877, Greenock Telegraph 08.11.1877).

WOOLLEY A daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel S. Woolley, Professor of Music, born at 9 Eldon Street, Greenock on 28th May 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 29.05.1879 Greenock Telegraph 29.05.1879).

WOOLLEY A daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel S. Woolley, born at 9 Eldon Street, Greenock on 15th June 1881, music professor. Beatrice died at 14 Ardgowan Square on24th April 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1882 Greenock Advertiser 24.04.1882) (Greenock Advertiser 15.06.1881 Greenock Telegraph 15.06.1881).

WOOLLEY A son to Mr & Mrs Samuel S. Woolley, born at 80 Union Street, Greenock on 10th December 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1888).

WOOLLEY A daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel S. Woolley, born at 9 Eldon Street, Greenock on 29th May

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1879. (Greenock Telegraph 31.05.1879).

WOON William Thomas Woon, formerly with Kincaid’s Greenock, died at 3 Tavistock Place Plymouth on 6th December 1911 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 08.12.1911).

WORKMAN John Brown, age 23 years wife of Isaac died at 2 King Street, Port Glasgow on 15th May 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1914)

WORKMAN Davidina 10.10.1885 Lair 10 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Greenock

WORKMAN Davidina Workman died at 53 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 7th October 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 08.10.1885).

WORKMAN Elizabeth, 8th daughter of James Workman, farmer at Dunrod, to Humphrey Duff, miller, Paisley, at Dunrod, Inverkip on 22nd August 1845 by Rev. S. Sinclair. See Rachel. (Greenock Advertiser 26.08.1845).

WORKMAN Isaac Workman, electrician, to Jeannie Steel, one daughter of William Brown, 25 Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow, at 50 Wellington Street, Greenock on 15th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 18.04.1911).

WORKMAN Rachel, 6th daughter of James Workman, farmer, Dunrod, to Robert Patterson, mason, Largs, at Dunrod, Inverkip on 22nd August 1845 by Rev. S. Sinclair. See Elizabeth. (Greenock Advertiser 26..08.1845).

WORKMAN Richard Workman, painter, 8 Market Street, missing since 9th April, found in West Harbour on 18th April 1904 age 28. (Greenock Telegraph 18.04.1904).

WORLEDGE Violet, only daughter of Jeanie Galbraith, & Francie Worldege, died at Broadstone Hospital on 11th September 1911 age 11. (Port Glasgow Express 13.09.1911).

WORLEY Wilhelmina Stein Russell, wife of James Worley, clothier, died at Cove Gardens, Gourock on 11th May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 12.05.1906)

WORRELL William, only son of late Samuel Worrell and stepson of Joseph Spence, died at 49 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 4th May 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 06.05.1912)

WORRELL Mary, widow of William Worrell, died at 34 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 27th August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 28.08.1903)

WORTHINGTON Martha, daughter of Samuel and Martha Worthington, died at 11 Duncan Street, Greenock on 10th May 1906 age 8 months. (Greenock Telegraph 11.05.1906)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs John Wotherspoon, born at High Plantation, Port Glasgow on 15th January 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1880)

WOTHERSPOON A. Wotherspoon, wright, Glasgow, to Miss Watson, daughter of W. Watson, merchant, Glasgow, on 11th July 1836 by Rev Auld at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 11.07.1836)

WOTHERSPOON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex C. Wotherspoon, hatter, born at 4 Antigua Street, Greenock on 10th November 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1877) (Greenock Telegraph12.11.1877). Elizabeth McLeod died 28th November 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 29.11. 1877)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs A.C. Wotherspoon, born at 4 Antigua Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1878)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs Alex C. Wotherspoon, hatter, born at 12 Lyle Street, Greenock on 8th June 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 08.06.1880)

WOTHERSPOON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex C. Wotherspoon, hatter, born at 12 Lyle Street, Greenock on 13th September 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 14.09.1882)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs Arch Wotherspoon, born at Dungowan, Ashton, Gourock on 26th February 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 27.02.1878)

WOTHERSPOON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Wotherspoon, born at Hazel Cliff, Gourock on 20th April 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 21.04.1880, Greenock Advertiser 21.04.1880)

WOTHERSPOON Francis Wotherspoon, formerly of Paisley, died at Thornbank, Gourock on 16th October 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 18.10.1860)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs George Wotherspoon, born at Ross Bank, Port Glasgow on 28th February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 01.03.1890)

WOTHERSPOON Jeanie McLean Hyndman, wife of A.C. Wotherspoon, died at 48 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 24th July 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 25.07.1873)

WOTHERSPOON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Wotherspoon, born at Clune Braehead, Port Glasgow on 20th November 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1878)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs John Wotherspoon, born at 28 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow on 16th September 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 19.09.1881)

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WOTHERSPOON John Wotherspoon, died at Thorncliff, Greenock on 21st December 1889 age 81. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1889)

WOTHERSPOON John Wotherspoon, Kilberry, to Isabella Stewart, at Wheat Sheaf Hotel, Greenock on 20th December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1894)

WOTHERSPOON Mary Ann Houston MacKay, widow of Francis Wotherspoon, merchant, Paisley, died at her daughter’s, Mrs Charles Stuart MacKay, Llanhurst, 91 Eldon Street, Greenock on 21st April 1889 age 93. (Greenock Telegraph 22.04.1889)

WOTHERSPOON Mary Paul, widow of Robert Wotherspoon, Dalmuir & Patrick, died at 17 Belville Street, Greenock on 10th February 1879 age 81. (Greenock Telegraph 11.02.1879)

WOTHERSPOON William Wotherspoon, Glasgow, to Margaret, only daughter of late William Kelly, Greenock, at 45 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 30th November 1860 by Rev J. McFarlane. (Greenock Advertiser 01.12.1860)

WOTHERSPOON A son to Mr & Mrs John Wotherspoon, born at High Carnegie Park, Kilmacolm in January 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 20.01.1874)

WOTTON A daughter to Lieutenant and Mrs Charles Wotton, HMS Narcissus, born at 26 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 31st October 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 01.11.1877, Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1877)

WRAITH Samuel McKillop, son of Robert and Mary Wraith, died at 26 John Street, Greenock on 7th May 1910 age 9. (Greenock Telegraph 09.05.1910) see Jane M.

WRAITH Annie McC. S., youngest daughter of Robert and Mary Wraith, died at 11 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 11th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1913)

WRAITH James Wraith, 18 Cartsburn Street, Greenock, died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 16th June 1906 age 9. (Greenock Telegraph 18.06.1906)

WRAITH Jane Mulholland, daughter of Robert and Mary Wraith, died at 10 John Street, Greenock on 3rd April 1909 age 20 months. (Greenock Telegraph 06.04.1909) see Samuel McK

WRAITH Sarah Watson, wife of Moor Wraith, died at 108 Bouverie, Port Glasgow on 4th April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 05.04.1884)

WRAY Nicholas Wray, mate, died at 43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 27th March 1871 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 29.03.1871) see Jean C.

WRAY Peter Cume Wray died at 43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 20th January 1906 age 64. (Greenock Telegraph 22.01.1906)

WRAY William Wray, shipwright, formerly of Greenock, died at Brisbane on 26th December 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 05.02.1912)

WRAY Jane Cume, daughter of William Wray, died at Brown Street, Port Glasgow on 10th January 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 12.01.1874)

WRAY Jean Cume, widow of Nicholas Wray, died at 43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 28th December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1886) see Nicholas

WREDE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Lear Wrede, born at Greenock on 16th April 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 02.05.1836)

WREDE Adelaide Jemima, youngest daughter of late Lear Wrede, died at South Hill, Greenock on 9th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 10.02.1902) see James S.

WREDE David Service, 2nd son of Lear Wrede, died at South Hill, Greenock on 23rd November 1873. (Greenock Advertiser 25.11.1873, Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1873) see James S.

WREDE James Service, 3rd Son of Lear Wrede, South Hill, died at Greenock on 4th October 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 08.10.1850) see Marion; Jessie; David S.; Lear; Janet S.; Frederick L.; Adelaide J.

WREDE Lear Wrede died at South Hill, Greenock on 25th July 1874 age 66. (Greenock Advertiser 28.07.1874, Greenock Telegraph 27.07.1874) see James S.

WREDE Frederick Lear Wrede to Jessie, daughter of late William Swan, at 45 Newton Street, Greenock on 7th June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 08.06.1893) see James S.

WREDE A daughter to Mr & Mrs L. Wrede, born at Cappielow, Greenock on 28th September 1837. (Greenock Advertiser 28.09.1837) see Marion

WREDE A son to Mr & Mrs Lear Wrede, born at South Park, Greenock, on 15th June 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 18.06.1841)

WREDE A son to Mr & Mrs Lear Wrede, born at South Hill, Greenock on 15th January 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 17.01.1845)

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WREDE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Lear Wrede, born at South Hill, near Greenock, on 21st August 1846. (Greenock Advertiser 25.08.1846)

WREDE A son to Mr & Mrs Lear Wrede, born at South Hill on 3rd June 1848. (Greenock Advertiser 06.06.1848)

WREDE A daughter to Mr & Mrs L. Wrede, born at South Hill, Greenock on 13th May 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 17.05.1853)

WREDE Marion, youngest daughter of Lear Wrede, sugar refiner, died at Cappielow, Greenock on 22nd June 1840, born 28.09.1837. (Greenock Advertiser 23.06.1840) see James S.

WREDE Jessie, 2nd daughter of Lear Wrede, died at South Hill, Greenock on 19th May 1858. (born 21.08.1846) (Greenock Advertiser 21.05.1858) see James S.

WREDE Janet Service, widow of Lear Wrede, died at South Hill, Greenock on 14th May 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 15.05.1883, Greenock Telegraph 15.05.1883) see James S.

WREITH Moore Wreith, mill foreman, died at 108 Bouverie Street, Port Glasgow on 27th October 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1889)

WRIGHT Agnes Duff Barbour, wife of David Wright, fish merchant, died at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th January 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 12.01.1898)

WRIGHT Elizabeth Usher Edwards, wife of John Wright, outdoor collector, Harbour trust, died at 31 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 7th January 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 08.01.1909)

WRIGHT Elizabeth Smith, 2nd daughter of P. B. Wright to John Crichton, at Parish Church Halls, Port Glasgow, on 14th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 15.09.1900)

WRIGHT Elizabeth Penny McCowan, wife of Robert Wright, engineer, died at 24 Antigua Street, Greenock on 26th June 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 27.06.1888)

WRIGHT Elizabeth Mills, younger daughter of George J. Wright, tailor, died at 14 South Street, Greenock on 17th October 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1899)

WRIGHT Elizabeth Helen Nash, wife of Sergeant-Major J. Wright, 1st V. B. A. & SH., died at 14th South Street, Greenock on 9th December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1901)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, born at 60 Eldon Street, Greenock on 31st January 1870. (Greenock Advertiser 01.02 1870, Greenock Telegraph 02.02.1870)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, born at 60 Eldon Street, Greenock on 24th February 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 25.02.1868, Greenock Telegraph 25.02.1868)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, machine agent, born at 48 Ann Street, Greenock on 16th March 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 16.03.1905)

WRIGHT Agnes Fox, widow of Peter Wright, blockcutter, Edinburgh, died at 8 Royal Street, Gourock on 24th November 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1899)

WRIGHT George Allan Wright to Nell, youngest daughter of James Commiskie, at 37 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 15th January 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 16.01.1908)

WRIGHT Agnes Davidson, widow of Edward Wright, blacksmith, died at 23 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 27th November 1907.(Greenock Telegraph) see Edward

WRIGHT Agnes Brown, widow of Thomas Wright, carter, East Blackhall Street, died at Medical Aid Home, Caddlehill, Greenock on 8th September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 11.09.1913)

WRIGHT Agnes, eldest daughter of late Thomas Wright, builder, to Thomas Brockie, blacksmith, at 85 Dempster Street, Greenock on 26th June 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 29.06.1896) see Thomas

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs A.J. Wright, born at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 29th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 29.04.1907)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs A.J. Wright, born at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 4th December 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 05.12.1905)

WRIGHT Duncan, carpenter , No.135 Inverkip Street Cemetery;

WRIGHT Alexander Wright, engineer, formerly of Greenock, died on board ‘Storm king’ from Calcutta to Dundee on 14th July 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 06.08.1864)

WRIGHT Isabella, eldest daughter of Thomas Wright, merchant, Port Glasgow, to William Ewing junior, at Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 28th October 1856 by Rev G. O. Moffat. (Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1856)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs James Wright, slater, born at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig, Greenock on 14th November 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1902)

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WRIGHT Elizabeth, widow of Captain Wright, to William Blacklock, writer, Callander, at Captain Street, Greenock on 17th June 1845 by Rev R. Wilson. (Greenock Advertiser 20.06.1845)

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wright, slate merchant, born at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig on 28th August 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.08.1900)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs James Wright, slater, born at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig, Greenock on 3rd July 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 04.07.1898) see Claude Wright.

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs James Wright, slater, born at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig on 5th March 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 05.03.1895)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs James Wright, born at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig on 14th September 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 14.09.1889)

WRIGHT James Wright, slater, to Jessie, daughter of James McLelland, merchant, at 10 Wellington Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 04.07.1888)

WRIGHT James Wright, ship store merchant, died 42 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 6th May 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 09.05.1884)

WRIGHT George Wright, joiner, to Grace Cameron, 3rd daughter of John Stewart, mason, at Customhouse, Port Glasgow on 28th July 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 30.07.1881)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs J. Wright, born at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 29th January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 30.01.1897)

WRIGHT George Wright, engine driver, Caledonian Railway, died at 7 Carwood Street, Greenock on 14th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 14.06.1900)

WRIGHT Helen, youngest daughter of late Thomas Wright to Archibald Orr Gillies, at 69 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 06.07.1904)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs George J. Wright, tailor, born at 14 South Street, Greenock, on 12th October 1903. (Greenock telegraph 13.10.1903)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs George John Wright, tailor, born at 14 South Street, Greenock, on 27th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 28.06.1901)

WRIGHT A daughter, to Mr & Mrs George J. Wright, tailor, born at 92 Dempster Street, Greenock on 4th May 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 05.05.1894)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs George J. Wright, tailor, born at 92 Dempster Street, Greenock on 28th October 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1892)

WRIGHT George J. Wright, tailor, to Kate, youngest daughter of late Donald Maceachern, at 14 South Street, Greenock on 22nd January 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 23.01.1892)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs George A. Wright, born at 73 Burnbank Terrace, Greenock on 6th March 1910. (Greenock telegraph 07.03.1910)

WRIGHT Alexander Wright died at Greenock Infirmary on 11th August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 11.08.1904)

WRIGHT James Wright to Ellen Rutherford Turner, youngest daughter of late Claud Davidson, merchant, Edinburgh, at Port Glasgow on 6th March 1874 by Rev Bell. (Greenock Advertiser 12.03.1874)

WRIGHT Daniel Wright of Orr, Wright & Co., London, formerly of Greenock, died at 25 Beresford Road, Canonbury, London on 23rd November 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1876)

WRIGHT James Wright, newsboy, living with his grandmother at Hunter Place, drowned off Steamboat Quay, Greenock on 23rd August 1888 age 15. (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1888)

WRIGHT Edward Wright, blacksmith, died at 6 East Shaw Street, Greenock in June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 21.06.1894) See Agnes D.

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wright, slater, born at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig, Greenock on 25th July 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1905) Margaret Young Hannah died on 28th May 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1906)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan B. Wright, river pilot, born at 43 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 28th July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 30.07.1906)

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan B. Wright, river pilot, born at 47 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 11th October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1903)

WRIGHT Duncan Buchanan Wright, to Charlotte Paton, younger daughter of Captain John Kerr, at Hunter Villa, Gourock on 26th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 27.09.1900)

WRIGHT David Bone Wright, Fernbank, Ardnshaig, died on 16th November 1913 – buried Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1913)

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WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs Alex B. Wright, house furnisher, born at 7 Eldon Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 02.08.1906)

WRIGHT David Wright, engineer, died at 61 Ann Street, Greenock on 10th October 1893 age 59. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1893)

WRIGHT Annie Galloway, daughter of Thomas Wright, carter, died at 13 Under Crescent, Greenock on 22nd February 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 23.02.1871)

WRIGHT Captain Daniel Wright, Liverpool, to Miss Elizabeth Weddell, at Greenock on 11th January 1831 by Rev William Cunningham. (Greenock Advertiser 14.01.1831)

WRIGHT Chrissy, daughter of Matthew Wright, labourer, died at 23 Shaw Street, Greenock on 3rd October 1884 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 03.10.1884)

WRIGHT Charles, youngest son of John Wright jnr. West St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 16th June 1828. (Greenock Advertiser 24.06.1828)

WRIGHT Catherine Kirk, widow of Robert Wright, writer, died at 75 Union Street, Greenock on 10th February 1909 age 92. (Greenock Telegraph 10.02.1909) see Robert

WRIGHT Catherine Judge, wife of Duncan Wright, died at 21 Mearns Street, Greenock on 15th January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 17.01.1894)

WRIGHT Catherine, youngest child of Robert Wright, born at 20 Bank Street, Greenock on 20th May 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 23.05.1856)

WRIGHT Caroline, youngest daughter of late John Wright, Glasgow, died at 31 Brougham Street, Greenock on 6th November 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 07.11.1895)

WRIGHT Bessie Gentle, daughter of late Robert Wright, writer, to John Williamson Johnston, Barrow-in-Furness, at 75 Union Street, Greenock on 8th October 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 10.10.1874, Greenock Telegraph 09.10.1874)

WRIGHT David Wright, Ardnshaig, to Margaret Barclay, eldest daughter of George Sturrock, stationmaster, Giffen, at Tontine, Greenock on 30th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 01.05.1901)

WRIGHT Ann Wright died at 48 Fore Street, Port Glasgow, on 25th October 1900 age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1900)

WRIGHT Alexander Wright, manager , Theatre Royal, died at Seabank House, Greenock on 22nd February 1902 age 76 – obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 24.02.1902) see Margaret

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, born at 38 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 9th July 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 10.07.1902)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, gas meter maker, born at 6 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 12th May 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 12.05.1886)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, born at 5 York Street, Glebe, Greenock on 15th March 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 16.03.1869)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Wright, born at 60 Eldon Street, Greenock on 8th March 1873. (Greenock Advertiser 11.03.1873, Greenock Telegraph 10.03.1873)

WRIGHT Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of John Wright to James Gallacher, at 26 Crawford Street, Greenock on 9th March 1866 by Rev Carmichael. (Greenock Telegraph 10.03.1866)

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex J. Taylor, tailor, born at 20 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 21st May 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 23.05.1910)

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex R. Wright, house furnisher, born at 22 Wellington Street, Greenock on 31st July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 01.08.1910)

WRIGHT Arthur Wright, slater, to Margaret 5th daughter of John McConnell, carter, at 19 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 30th December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 03.01.1899)

WRIGHT Alexander G. Wright to Margaret Martin, 2nd daughter of John Kerr, at 14 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 1st January 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 05.01.1909)

WRIGHT Ann Nicol, widow of John Wright, mother of Alex, died at 17 Newton Street, Greenock on 6th October 1894. (Greenock telegraph 08.10.1894)

WRIGHT Annie Eaton, wife of William Wright died at 12 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 10th November 1902 age 36. (Port Glasgow Express 13.11.1903)

WRIGHT Annie G., eldest daughter of late James Wright, sergeant major, to George G. Fairlie, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 20th June 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 21.06.1913)

WRIGHT Elizabeth Hannay, youngest daughter of Peter Wright, died at 24 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 16th March 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 18.03.1870) see Margaret T. H.

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WRIGHT Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Thomas and Maria Wright, carpenter, died at 17 Bruce Street, Greenock on 1st December 1902 age 13 months. (Greenock Telegraph 02.12.1902)

WRIGHT Sydney A. Wright to Bessie Mason, third daughter of George Murray, H.M. Customs at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 6th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1914)

WRIGHT Matthew Wright, son of Mrs. Wright, 18 Mearns Street, Greenock to Lucy N, daughter of the late W. Wood, Brooklyn at 53 Street, Brooklyn USA on 30th April 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1914)

WRIGHT Robert, husband of Mary McInnes McIlravey died at 38 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1914)

WRIGHT Augusta Wright, formerly of Port Glasgow, to Donald McMillan, shipwright, at 9 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 19th March 1880 by Rev A. E. Shand. (Greenock Telegraph 20.03.1880)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs Alex R. Wright, house furnisher, born at 22 Wellington Street, Greenock on 7th January 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 08.01.1912)

WRIGHT Robert, infant son of John & Marion Wright, died at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 1st February 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 01.02.1906)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright, born at Roxburgh Street, Greenock, on 10th April 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 14.4.1846)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright, born at 68 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 16th January 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 18.01.1850)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright, born at 20 Bank Street, Greenock, on 8th February 1852. (Greenock Advertiser 10.02.1852)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright, born at Bank Street, Greenock on 19th May 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 23.05.1854)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright, born at 20 Bank Street, Greenock on 28th June 1857. (Greenock Advertiser 30.06.1857)

WRIGHT Thomas Wright, collector for the Shaw's Water Co. died at 81 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 11th April 1849 age 62. (Greenock Advertiser 13.04.1849).

WRIGHT Robert Wright, writer, died at 75 Union Street, Greenock on 24th March 1889 – obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph 25.03.1889) see Catherine K.

WRIGHT Rebecca, second daughter of Samuel and Martha Wright died at 2 ½ Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow, on 28th September 1909. (Port Glasgow Express 1.10.1909)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright junior, joiner, born at 85 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 30th July 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 31.07.1911)

WRIGHT Robert Cume Wright to Agnes, 3rd daughter of John McTavish, at Crawford Halls, Greenock on 8th December 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1904)

WRIGHT Samuel, son of James and Martha Wright, died at Miramichi Buildings, Port Glasgow on 15th December 1895 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1895)

WRIGHT Samuel, son of Samuel & Elizabeth Wright, 8 Inchgreen Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th February 1902 age 2yrs 11months. (Greenock Telegraph 14.02.1902).

WRIGHT Samuel Wright, husband of Elizabeth Lawrie, died at 8 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 10th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 12.06.1902).

WRIGHT Mrs Daniel Wright died at 7 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 5th December 1890 age 84. (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1890)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Wright, born at 9 Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 14th September 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 16.09.1862)

WRIGHT Peter B Wright, carriage hirer, to Emily, second daughter of David Adam, joiner, at 25 Bruce Street, Greenock on 11th October 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1904) see Mary D.

WRIGHT James Wright died at 16 Inchgreen Street, Port Glasgow on 15th February 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1897)

WRIGHT Mrs Peter Wright died at Port Glasgow on 28th March 1868. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1868)

WRIGHT William Wright, Westcliffe-on sea, to Barbara Hamilton, only daughter of Archibald McAusland Rennie at the Tontine Hotel, Greenock on 26th June 1914 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1914)

WRIGHT Peter Wright. Tailor, formerly of Greenock, died at 2 Churchill Street, Millport on 2nd September 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1883)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Peter B. Wright, born at 14 King Street, Port Glasgow on 22nd February

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1875. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1875)

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Peter Wright, born at 1 Scott’s Lane, Port Glasgow on 18th January 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1883)

WRIGHT Robert Wright, writer, died at Kilblain House, Greenock on 12th July 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 13.7.1867 and Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1867)

WRIGHT Peter Benjamin Wright, carriage hirer, Port Glasgow, to Mary, 2nd daughter of late John Dawson, at 54 St. Vincent Crescent, Glasgow on 4th October 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1892) (2nd wife) see Jeanie B ; Mary McL

WRIGHT Robert Wright, writer, Greenock to Catherine, second daughter of late John Kirk, Tillicoultry, at Dollar on 25th February 1845 (Greenock Advertiser 28.2.1845)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs P. B. Wright jun., carriage hirer, born at 43 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 19th October 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1905)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs P. B. Wright (Junior), carriage hirer, born at 43 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 15th June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1909

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs P. B. Wright, born at 43 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 12th September 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1911)

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs P. B. Wright, funeral undertaker, born at 43 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 27th July 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1913)

WRIGHT Peter Story Wright, slater, Greenock, died at Lochview Cottage Thrushill, Upper Ashton on 1st March 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1877) see Janet St ; Ramsay Hannay Margaret T.H.

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wright, mason, born at 84 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on10th June 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 14.06.1877).

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs Peter B. Wright, born at 6 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow on 9th April 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1885)

WRIGHT William Jon Wright, husband of Charlotte Malcolm, died at 16 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 27th December 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1911).

WRIGHT William Wright, 42 Holmscroft Street, father of William died on 13th August 1892 having been found on Inverkip Road, Greenock age 53. (Greenock Telegraph 15.08.1892).

WRIGHT A daughter o Mr & Mrs William Wright, joiner, born at Kerr’s Land, Chapelton Street, Port Glasgow on 9th October 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 09.10.1882).

WRIGHT William, 2nd son of P.B. Wright, died at 2 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 7th August 1905 age 23. (Greenock Telegraph 07.08.1905 Port Glasgow Express 11.08.1905).

WRIGHT William Wright, undertaker, died at 15 Glenhuntly Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 19th April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 19.04.1910 Port Glasgow Express 20.04.1910).

WRIGHT William Bruce Wright, chemist to Agnes Craig, 2nd daughter of John Richmond, builder, 7 Caddlehill Terrace, at Tontine, Greenock on 20th September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 21.09.1904).

WRIGHT Samuel Wright, apprentice hole borer, son of William Wright, fitter’s helper 3, Helen Street, Bogston, drowned off Ardmore Point on 1sr July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 02.07.1910. Port Glasgow Express 06.07.1910).

WRIGHT William Gilchrist, youngest son of Alex Wright, theatre manager, Seabank House, Greenock to Helen Atchison, youngest daughter of late Robert Thomson, Dunmore, at Parish Church, Gourock on 16th August 1900 – Kilmory, Ashdale Road, Waterloo, Liverpool. See Margaret. (Greenock Telegraph 17.08.1900).

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs William Wright, born at Kerr’s Land, Port Glasgow on 10th May 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 11.05.1885).

WRIGHT William Proudfoot, son of Alex Wright, Theatre Royal, Greenock died at Glasgow on 3rd August 1863. See Margaret. (Greenock Advertiser 06.08.1863).

WRIGHT William Steven, infant son of Alex Wright died at 25 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 23rd November 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1881)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs W.J. Wright, secretary, born at Duchal Terrace, Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 20th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 21.09.1900).

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs W.J. Wright, secretary, born a 21 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 12th December 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1905).

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs W.J. Wright born at 61 Finnart Street, Greenock on 15th December 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1908).

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WRIGHT Captain W.J. Wright, Manchester Liners, son of John Wright, policeman, 33 Roxburgh Street, Greenock, died at Bournemouth on 22nd March 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 23.03.1901).

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs W. Bruce Wright, chemist, born at 21 Bank Street, Greenock on 18th May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 18.05.1906).

WRIGHT William, youngest son of John Wright, died at Martha’s Brae Cottage, Greenock on 23rd September 1837 age 18. (Greenock Advertiser 25.09.1837).

WRIGHT Captain Thomas Wright, formerly of the Mooltan, Greenock, died at Carnoustie on 17th September 1849 age 40. (Greenock Advertiser 21.09.1849).

WRIGHT Thomas Wright, timber merchant, Ballarat, to Eleanor, eldest daughter of Thomas Hailes, Rock Point, Gourock at Pevensey Place, Geelong on 4th September 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 23.11.1861).

WRIGHT Thomas Wright, mason, husband of Elizabeth Howie, died at 85 Dempster Street, Greenock on 2nd November 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 04.11.1889).

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wright born at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 5th September 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 05.09.1894).

WRIGHT Thomas Wright, carter, died at 11 East Blackhall Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1901 age 68. (Greenock Telegraph 04.05.1901).

WRIGHT Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Wright, fish curer, born at 50 Dempster Street, Greenock on 25th October 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1905).

WRIGHT William Wright, former night watchman, brother of Margaret, died at Guthrie’s Close, Bay Street, Port Glasgow on18th October 1888 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1888).

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs W. Wright, manager Greenock Apothecaries Aerated Water Co., born at Greenbank, Newton Street, Greenock in March 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 08.03.1894).

WRIGHT A son to Mr & Mrs William Wright, born at 27 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow 4th February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 04.02.1890).

WRIGHT William Wright died at 7 Cowgate Street, Greenock in December 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 09.12.1867).

WRIGHT Captain William Wright to Jessie eldest daughter of John Browning, West Blackhall Street, at ST John’s Episcopal, Greenock on 13th October 1874 by Rev. J. Lloyd. (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1874).

WRIGHT Captain Wright, his wife and 5 children lost when the barque Miniqu, from Greenock via Cardiff for Rio de Janeiro on 18th January 1884, was lost in Aberdarou Bay on 26th January 1884. (Greenock Advertiser 31.01.1884 Greenock Telegraph 31.01.1884).

WRIGHT William Wright, spirit merchant, to Isabella daughter of William Lyons Farnieligary, Bally moray, Co. Antrim, at 15 Hope Street, Greenock on 18th November 1875 by Rev. J. B. Smith. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1875).

WRIGHT William Wright, brass founder, died at 1 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 8th June 1881. Wife Monica. (Greenock Advertiser 08.06.1881 Greenock Telegraph 08.06.1881).

WRIGHT Minnie Alice 2nd daughter of Robert Wright tailor, Shipbank, Lyle Street, to Robert Brown, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 23rd September 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1904)

WRIGHT Thomas Wright, formerly of Caledonian , Greenock, died at Royal Infirmary, Glasgow on 15th December 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1912).

WRIGHT John, son of late John Wright, brother of Mrs James Thomson, 42 Regent Street, Greenock, died at Buenos Ayres on 3rd December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1899)

WRIGHT John Wright, outdoor collector, Harbour Trust, died at 31 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 5th April 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1909)

WRIGHT Jessie Hunter, second daughter of Robert Wright, marine engineer, died at 24 Antigua Street, Greenock on 25th January 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 25.1. 1908)

WRIGHT John Wright, sub-inspector of the poor, died at Port Glasgow on 23rd August 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 25.8.1854)

WRIGHT John Wright, Arthur Street, Greenock died at Millport on 11th July 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 12.7.1859)

WRIGHT John Wright, son of Mrs Boag, Boag’s Bay, Parklea to Ellen, youngest daughter of Thomas Rees, town jailor, at Blackstone Buildings, Port Glasgow, on 30th December 1861. – P. 2 now 55 Church Street. (Port Glasgow Express 2.1.1912)

WRIGHT Jeanie Baird, wife of Peter B. Wright, died at 4 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow on 30th May

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1891. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1891) see Peter B. (1st wife)

WRIGHT Captain John Wright, Greenock, died at Calcutta on 9th June 1878 of sunstroke. (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1878)

WRIGHT Jeanie B., third daughter of Peter B. Wright carriage hirer, to John B. Dunlop, grocer, at 2 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 18th February 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1904 & Port Glasgow Express) see Peter B.

WRIGHT John Wright, husband of Ann, died at 38 Fore Street, Port Glasgow on 13th October 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1900)

WRIGHT John Wright, husband of Ellen, died at 10 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 5th April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1901)

WRIGHT John Wright, plater, 3 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow drowned at Tail of the Bank on 29th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1902 & Port Glasgow Express 4.7.1902)

WRIGHT John Wright to Marion Pearson, youngest daughter of Robert Brown, joiner, (14 West Blackhall Street?) at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 4th September 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1903)

WRIGHT John Wright, draper, Maybole, to Jessie Love, only daughter of late James Todd, Maybole and Mrs Todd, 5 Antigua Street, at Tontine, Greenock on 12th April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1906)

WRIGHT Mrs Duncan Wright, wife of D. Wright, died at East Regent Street, Greenock, on 14th December 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 18.12.1846)

WRIGHT John Wright, joiner with Scott & Co., Greenock, disappeared 5th December 1863, body found in the River MYRA

WRIGHT Janet, daughter of John Wright, merchant, to John Kelso, provision merchant, at Greenock on 12th October 1841 by Reverend Smith. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1841)

WRIGHT A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wright, born at 15 Bank Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1890)

WRIGHT James Wright, former Col.-Sergeant 93rd Highlanders, died at Drill Hall, Finnart Street, Greenock on 28th February 1912 age 54 – obituary page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 29.2.1912)

WRIGHT James Stewart, engineer, second son of late James Wright, ship store merchant & Mrs J. Wright, Oakfield, Helensburgh, died at Shanghai on 5th October 1895

WRIGHT James William, son of Alex Wright, treasurer, Theatre Royal, Greenock, died at 35 Charlotte Street, Glasgow on 14th December 1859 age 5 months. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1859)

WRIGHT Jane, daughter of William Wright, died at 9 Belville Street, Greenock in April 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1886)

WRIGHT Jessie, daughter of late Captain James Wright, to Hugh Anderson, merchant, at 5 Captain Street, Greenock, on 12th September 1854 by Reverend J. J. Bonar. (Greenock Advertiser 15.9.1854)

WRIGHT Jane Thomson, wife of David Wright, mechanic, died at 61 Ann Street, Greenock on 16th July 1891. (Greenock Telegraph16.7.1891)

WRIGHT Son to Mr & Mrs John Wright born at 20 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 24th June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1912)

WRIGHT Janet Cross, wife of John Wright, timber merchant, formerly of Greenock died at Melbourne on 26th January 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1866 & Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1866)

WRIGHT Janet Kelso, daughter of Robert Wright, formerly of Greenock, died at Stockton-on-Tees on 15th April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1895)

WRIGHT Janet Story, widow of James Wright, mother of late Peter Story Wright, died at 41 Commonside Street, Airdrie on 12th March 1877 age 82. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1877) see Peter S.

WRIGHT Janet Story, third daughter of late Peter Wright to Robert Buchanan, Glasgow at Commonhead House, Ravenscraig, Greenock on 4th April 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1888)

WRIGHT Janet Toutt, widow of Captain James Wright, St. Andrews, died at 35 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 15th November 1892 age 88 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1892)

WRIGHT Jeanie, twin daughter of Matthew Wright, died at 81 Dempster Street, Greenock on 22nd November 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1888)

WRIGHT Jane Rainsford, wife of James Wright, shoemaker, died at 3 Cowgate, Greenock on 13th

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December 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1874)

WRIGHT Margaret Thompson Hannay, youngest daughter of Peter Wright, died at 70 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 12th July 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1872) see Elizabeth H. ; Margaret T. McM ; Peter S.

WRIGHT Matilda Harrison wife of Alex Wright gas meter maker ,died at 33 Nelson Street West Greenock on 31st December 1900.(Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1901)

WRIGHT Matt Wright, sugar worker, died at 87 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 5th January 1896 age 47 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1896)

WRIGHT Mary McLelland, eldest daughter of P. B. Wright, carriage hirers, Port Glasgow & Greenock, to William Aitken, Largs, at Newark Parish Halls, Port Glasgow on 27th September 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1911)

WRIGHT Mary Jane Hunter, wife of David Wright, Renfrew, formerly of Greenock, died at Iona on 24th April 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1880)

WRIGHT Mary Jane Hunter, wife of David Wright, Renfrew, formerly of Greenock, died at Iona on 24th April 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1880)

WRIGHT Mary Glen, eldest daughter of late Peter Wright, slater, to Michael Carmichael, insurance agent, Hull, at Manse, Patrick Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1879 by Reverend Barclay. (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1879)

WRIGHT Mary Dawson, wife of Peter B. Wright, carriage hirer, died at 2 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow on 3rd March 1904 – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1904 & Port Glasgow Express 4.3.1904)

WRIGHT Mary Black, only daughter of William Wright, brassfinisher, died at 3 Prospecthill, Greenock on 15th August 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1882)

WRIGHT Martha Ayre, wife of James Wright, died at 9 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow on 13th January 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1909)

WRIGHT Marion Murray, wife of William Wright, 42 Holmscroft Street, Greenock, died at Victoria Hospital, Glasgow on 12th July 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1902)

WRIGHT Maria Montgomery, daughter of Charlotte and late William Wright, died at 16 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 20th April 1913 age 14 months (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1913)

WRIGHT John Wright died at 18 Mearns Street, Greenock on 30th October 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1908)

WRIGHT Margaret Thomson McMillan, third daughter of Peter Wright, died at 24 Roxburgh Street Greenock on 23rd February 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 24.2.1869) see Margaret T. H.

WRIGHT James Wright to Rosina M., fourth daughter of David Dickson, sugarboiler, 29 Lyle Street, at Assembly Rooms, Greenock on 24th September 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1889)

WRIGHT Letitia Tennant, wife of P.C. John Wright, died at 3 Hill Street, Greenock on 19th May 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1883)

WRIGHT John Wright to Helen Fowler, second daughter of late John & Mrs Main, 28 Bruce Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 11th April 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1913)

WRIGHT Joseph Wright, agent, died at Greenock on 16th June 1838. (Greenock Advertiser 21.6.1838)

WRIGHT Joseph Wright died at his brother in law’s, 23 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 21st September 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1895)

WRIGHT Joseph Wright, Greenock, to Janet Ferrol, daughter of Mrs Tucker, 7 Belville Street, Greenock at Vancouver on 26th July 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1912)

WRIGHT Maria Hopkins, wife of Thomas Wright, shipwright, died at 17 Bruce Street, Greenock on 1st August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1903)

WRIGHT Lena, daughter of Joseph Wright, of Adam & Wright, Glasgow, to James D. Neill, banker, at 65 Esplanade, Greenock on 15th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1910)

WRIGHT Margaret Isobel, second daughter of Alex Wright, theatre manager, Seabank House, Greenock, died at Blythswood Square, Glasgow on 9th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1901) see Margaret

WRIGHT Margaret Wright died at Rock Point, Gourock on 16th May 1894 age 69. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1894)

WRIGHT Margaret, wife of Alex Wright, theatrical manager, died at Seabank House, Johnstone Street, Greenock on 5th February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1899) see Margaret J. : William P. : Alex

WRIGHT Margaret, only surviving daughter of late Matthew Wright, to James Richardson Rodger,

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Edinburgh, at 33 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1910)

WRIGHT Margaret B., second daughter of David Wright formerly of Greenock, to Alexander S. Sutherland at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 28th December 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1903)

WRIGHT Margaret Bone, wife of Joseph Wright, fish merchant, died at 14 Bogle Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1884)

WRIGHT Margaret Elder, daughter of Robert Wright, boilermaker, died at 14 Arthur Street, Greenock on 9th January 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1879)

WRIGHT Margaret Elder, widow of John Wright, inspector of the poor, Port Glasgow, died at 14 Lyle Street, Greenock on 11th June 1895 age 76. (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1895)

WRIGLEY Thomas Wrigley, formerly of Manchester, at Wrigley & Freeman, builders, to Nan J. Kelso, formerly Greenock, at 4758 Greer Avenue ST. Louis in April/May 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 22.05.1911).

WRIGTH Thomas Hamson, youngest son of late Alex Wright, gasworks, Greenock, died at his brother in laws, W.G. Blue, 35 Knights Road, West Silvertown on 5th November 1907 age 21. (Greenock Telegraph 06.11.1907).

WYATT A daughter to Mr & Mrs E. Wyatt, R.N. born at 14 Hope Street on 8th July 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 08.07.1878).

WYLES John, 3rd son of Captain Wyles, Kirkcaldy, to Isabella Minto, 2nd daughter of Thomas Grieve, Port Glasgow, at Roxburgh House, Parkside, Adelaide on 17th November 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 04.01.1883).

WYLIE Son to Mr & Mrs Robert C. Wylie, born at 40 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 6th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 06. 09.1909).

WYLIE Hugh Wylie, formerly of Lough Mains, Dumbarton, died at 26 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 9th November 1874. (son Hugh, dairyman) (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1874) see Jane

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, engineer, born at 6 Launston Street, Greenock on 25th December 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1882)

WYLIE James Wylie, former wine & spirit merchant, died at 36 West Burn Street, Greenock on 10th September 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 13.09.1860) see Anne

WYLIE James Wylie, coppersmith, died at Cragburn, Gourock on 9th March 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 12.03.1850)

WYLIE James, 6th son of Mr Wylie of the Custom’s, died at Haiti on board the ‘Mary Ann’, November – December 1845. (Greenock Advertiser 13.01.1846) see William

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs Wylie, born at Cragburn, Gourock on 10th August 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 20.08.1850)

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, born at Cragburn, Gourock on 3rd November 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 09.11.1847)

WYLIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, born at Oakfield on 15th January 1846. (Greenock Advertiser 16.01.1846)

WYLIE Emily Coleman, wife of William Wylie, died at 4 West Burn Street, Greenock on 25th July 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 26.07.1881).

WYLIE Hugh Wylie, former foreman, Glasgow and South Western Railway goods department, died at 34 West Blackhall Street, Greenock in June 1894, wife Catherine. (Greenock Telegraph 12.06.1894)

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, grocer, born at 2 Morton Terrace, Greenock, on 20th March 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 21.03.1891)

WYLIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Wylie, gardener, formerly of Greenock, born on 27th May 1874 at Bowpark, Brantford, Ontario. (Greenock Telegraph 23.06.1874)

WYLIE Hugh, son of late William Wylie, Greenock, died at Eagle Park Gardens, Brantford Ontario on 8th January 1884 age 35. (Greenock Telegraph 25.01.1884.)

WYLIE Henry, son of Henry Wylie, died at 10 Hope Street, Greenock on 9th October 1893 age 22. (Greenock Telegraph 10.10.1893).

WYLIE Helen, daughter of late James Wylie, spirit merchant, died at 36 West Burn Street, Greenock in July 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 22.07.1874).

WYLIE Helen, daughter of Matthew Wylie, formerly of Ardrossan, to Robert McFarlane, circular

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sawyer, at 7 York Street, Glebe, Greenock on 23rd January 1874 by Rev J. Thomson. (Greenock 24.01.1874).

WYLIE George, 2nd youngest son of late Alex Wylie, Customhouse, Greenock, died at Cove Road, Gourock on 7th January 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 09.01.1890).

WYLIE Flora McLeod, wife of Henry Wylie, died at 41 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 7th October 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 08.10.1883).

WYLIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert C. Wylie, shipwright, born at 40 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 8th June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 10.06.1907).

WYLIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, born at Greenock on 26th November 1841. (Greenock Advertiser 03.12.1841)

WYLIE James Wylie to Lily Smith, youngest daughter of William Gray, at Greenock on 25th June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 28.06.1897).

WYLIE Janet Anderson, wife of John Wylie, died at Dockhead Street, Port Glasgow on 21st April 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 21.04.1881).

WYLIE Janet, 2nd daughter of late John Wylie, to Alexander McKay, shipwright at 22 Market Street, Greenock on 31st December 1869 by Rev. W.R. Thomson. (Greenock Telegraph 01.01.1870).

WYLIE Jane, only surviving daughter of late Hugh Wylie, to Alexander MacNaught, chemist & druggist, at Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 20th June 1876 by Rev. J.A. Campbell. See Hugh. (Greenock Advertiser 24.06.1876 Greenock Telegraph 21.06.1876).

WYLIE Jane, youngest daughter of late John Wylie, to Captain Alex Gray, at Port Glasgow on 19th October 1835. See Elizabeth, Christian. (Greenock Advertiser 22.10.1835).

WYLIE Son to Mr & Mrs James F. Wylie, engineer, born at 17 Glenhuntlly Terrace, Port Glasgow on 16th April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 16.04.1910).

WYLIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs James F. Wylie, engineer, born at 4 Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 8th February 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 09.02.1906).

WYLIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs James F. Wylie, born at 4 Mary Street, Port Glasgow, on 31st May 1902.

WYLIE Son to Mr & Mrs James F. Wylie born at 4 Mary Street, Port Glasgow on 1st November 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 02.11.1900).

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, engineer, born at 84 Belville Street, Greenock on 13th May 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 14.05.1886)

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie junior, 83 Belville Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 06.09.1898).

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, engineer, born at 2 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 9th June 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 09.06.1888)

WYLIE James, son of late Hugh Wylie, to Mary Wilson, only daughter of Peter Cram, mason, 38 Nicolson Street, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on 8th October 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1896).

WYLIE James died at 21 Crescent Street, Greenock on 12th September 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 13.09.1893).

WYLIE James Wylie died at 4 William Street, Port Glasgow on 15th June 1892. See Martha L: Wm. (Greenock Telegraph 16.06.1892).

WYLIE James, only son of David & Maggie Wylie, died at 17 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 16th October 1890 age 2 ½.. See David. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1890).

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, furnishings, born at 11 Belville Street, Greenock on 11th August 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 13.08.1884)

WYLIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, carpenter, born at 6 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 22nd March 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 24.03.1884)

WYLIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Wylie, engineer, born at 6 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 20th February 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 21.02.1893)

WYLIE Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Wylie, died at 4 Chapel Street, Greenock on 17th August 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 18.08.1911).

WYLIE James Wylie, husband of Mary, died at 61 Holmscroft Street, Greenock in October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1903).

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wylie born at 20 Hope Street, Greenock on 26th September 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 27.09.1875 Greenock Telegraph 30.09.1875).

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WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Wylie born at 73 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 3rd October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 05.10.1894).

WYLIE Andrew D. Wylie, engineer, died at 3 Chapel Lane Port Glasgow, on 24th November 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1900).

WYLIE Allan Campbell Wylie, engraver, husband of Ellen C. died at 15 Antigua Street, Greenock on 4th August 1887 age 39. See Angus C. (Greenock Telegraph 05.08.1887).

WYLIE Alice, eldest daughter of Joseph Wylie, carter, 36 Inverkip Street, To Alexander McDonald at Caddlehill Manse, Greenock on 7th March 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 09.03.1900).

WYLIE Alexander Wylie, engineer, father of John Wylie, died at Greenock Infirmary on 18th November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1907).

WYLIE Alexander, 2nd son of Alex & Helen Wylile, joiner, died at 7 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 23rd August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 24.08.1906).

WYLIE Alexander, son of late John Wylie, Greenock, died at Pembroke Kirk on 2nd February 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 04.02.1893).

WYLIE Ephraim Wylie, engineer, SS Khanavan, son of Jessie Wylie, 21 Crescent Street, Greenock, died at Port of London Sanitary Hospital, Gravesend on 10th September 1896 age 27. (Greenock Telegraph 12.09.1896).

WYLIE Alexander Wylie, spirit merchant, died at Port Glasgow on 13th February 1875 age 62. (Greenock Telegraph 15.02.1875).

WYLIE Anne, widow of James Wylie, wine merchant, Harvie Lane, died at 36 West Burn Street, Greenock on 16th April 1876. See James (Greenock Telegraph 17.04.1876).

WYLIE Alexander Wylie, engineer, to Jane youngest daughter of late John Warden, manager of Airds, Appin, at Hillend Greenock on 4th October 1867 by Rev Thomson. (Greenock Telegraph 07.10.1867).

WYLIE Alexander Wylie, formerly a customs Locker at Greenock Customs, died at the new quay, Greenock on 20th February 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 22.02.1850).

WYLIE Agnes Armstrong, wife of Hugh Wylie, died at 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 1st October 1882 age 46. (Greenock Telegraph 03.10.1882).

WYLIE Agnes, daughter of Thomas Wylie, boilermaker, 11 Main Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th March 1896 age 20½.. (Greenock Telegraph 27.03.1896).

WYLIE Agnes, only surviving daughter of late John Wylie, Port Glasgow to William F. Maccall, at Bath Hotel, Glasgow on 29th January 1895. See John. (Greenock Telegraph 30.01.1895).

WYLIE Mrs Wylie, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at her granddaughter’s, Mrs Barry, Bevis Terrace, Southampton on 4th December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 05.12.1891).

WYLIE Ellen 23.07.1874 no. 103 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Ann 19.04.1876 no. 103 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Susan 14.05.1917 no. 103 Inverkip Street Cemetery

WYLIE James no. 103 Inverkip Street Cemetery; Captain Robert 23.02.1818 no. 67 Duncan Street Cemetery; James, baker 04.02.1836 no. 181 Duncan Street Cemetery

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Wylie, Paisley, born at 13 Kempock Street, Gourock on 16th December 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1889).

WYLIE Catherine Grey, wife of Thomas Wylie, died at 11 Main Street, Greenock in 11 November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 06.11.1885).

WYLIE Elizabeth, daughter of James & Jeanie Wylie, carpenter, died at 3 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 24th February 1895 age21. (Greenock Telegraph 25.02.1895).

WYLIE Elizabeth, only daughter of Alex Wylie, formerly of the Customs, died at 18 Brougham Street, Greenock, on November 1847 age 20. (Greenock Advertiser 19.11.1847).

WYLIE Elizabeth, eldest daughter of late Captain John Wylie, to Andrew Patterson, merchant, at Port Glasgow on 28th July 1834 by Rev Barr. See Christian, Jane. (Greenock Advertiser 31.07.1834).

WYLIE Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Wylie, former shipmaster in Greenock, to Matthew Rodger junior, Rossland, at Regent Street, Greenock on 15th October 1829 by Rev Morren. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1829).

WYLIE Donald, youngest son of William Wylie, boilermaker, died at 4 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 10th January 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 20.01.1873).

WYLIE David, 6th and eldest surviving son of David & Maggie Wylie, died at 70 Ann Street, Greenock on 14th December 1904 age 8 yrs 4 months. See James. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1904).

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WYLIE Son to Mr & Mrs Claud Wylie, born at 40 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 4th June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 04.06.1907).

WYLIE Christian, eldest daughter of late Captain John Wylie, died at Inverkip on 18th December 1833. See Elizabeth, Jane. (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1833).

WYLIE Angus Campbell, son of Allan C. Wylie, engraver, died at 13 Antigua Street, Greenock on 9th January 1886 age 13 ½ months. See Allan C. (Greenock Telegraph 11.01.1886).

WYLIE Charles Wylie, smith, died at Ewing's Buildings, Rue-end Street, Greenock on 26th June 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 26.06.1866).

WYLIE Ann, twin daughter of Hugh Wylie, formerly of Lau Mains, Dumbarton, died at Darndaff Farm on 17th May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 18.05.1871).

WYLIE Catherine Ferguson, wife of John Wylie, died at 17 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd February 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 24.02.1888).

WYLIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs C. Wylie born at 6 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 3rd February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph).

WYLIE Bessie, 2nd daughter of Joseph Wylie, to Robert Sinclair, at 20 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 16th December 1907. (Greenock Telegraph).

WYLIE Bella Cume, daughter of late John Wylie, to John Gillespie, Glasgow, at Boyd Place, Greenock on 21st December 1815 by Rev McCulloch. (Greenock Advertiser 25.12.1875).

WYLIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald M. Wylie, engineer, born at Clyde View, 1 East William Street, Greenock on 18th November 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1909).

WYLIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald M. Wylie born at Clyde View, East William Street, Greenock on 22nd February 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 22.02.1908).

WYLIE Archibald M. Wylile, to Grace 4th daughter of Charles Ferns, engineer, 1 East William Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 2nd January 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 04.01.1907).

WYLIE Jane Houston, eldest daughter of late Alex Wylie, druggist, Port Glasgow, died at 11 Royal Street, Gourock on 22nd October 1907.(Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1907).

WYLIE Christian, daughter of Captain Robert Wylie, to N. Campbell, on 29th June 1835 by Rev Martin, at West Blackhall Street, Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 29.06.1832).

WYLIE Rachael, 3rd daughter of late William Wylie, spirit merchant, died at her brother in law, Peter Morrison, 7 Dempster Street, Greenock on 15th September 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 15.09.1890).

WYLIE Robert Wylie, father of Rose Ann Wylie Caney, died at 13 Rue End Street, Greenock in September 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 10.09.1887).

WYLIE Robert Wylie, rafter, died in St Lawrence Street, Greenock on 26th January 1880 age 60. (Lived at 69 Belville Street, father of Edward). (Greenock Telegraph 27.01.1880).

WYLIE Robert Wylie, spirit merchant, son of Alex Wylie, died at Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 4th January 1871. (Greenock Advertiser 07.01.1871).

WYLIE Robert Wylie died from injuries received in an accident at Stewart Allison’s joiner, woodyard in the Glebe, Greenock on 1st August 1857 age 14. (Greenock Advertiser 04.08.1857).

WYLIE Robert Wylie, Paisley, to Agnes, 2nd daughter of Robert Stobo, Dundee Customs, at 2 Mearns Street, Greenock on 11th July 1843 by Rev Menzies. (Greenock Advertiser 14.07.1843).

WYLIE Robert Wylie of Greenock, died at South Rossland on 30th August 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 01.09.1836).

WYLIE Richard Wylie to Helen Hill, eldest daughter of John Robb, Bogside Saw Mills, at Belhaven House, Port Glasgow on 25th November 1869 by Rev Lauder. (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1869).

WYLIE Mary, daughter of late James Wylie, Port Glasgow, to John Kelly, chief engineer, at Tontine, Greenock on 19th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 20.06.1902).

WYLIE Rachael Wylie, aunt of Penelope Kean, died at 11 Cathcart Street, Greenock in January 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 18.01.1897).

WYLIE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Wylie, engine-driver, born at 50 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 27th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 27.04.1898).

WYLIE Son to Mr & Mrs R.C. Wylie born at 40 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 23rd February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 24.02.1912).

WYLIE Neta, daughter of Andrew & Maggie Wylie, died at 12 Park Place, Port Glasgow on 26th November 1898 age 7. (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1898).

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WYLIE Nelly, youngest daughter of Joseph Wylie, carter, died at 19 Captain Street, Greenock on 31st December 1890 age 3yrs 8months. (Greenock Telegraph 02.01.1891).

WYLIE Mrs James Wylie died at Cragburn House, Gourock on 7th January 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 10.01.1867).

WYLIE Mrs Alexander Wyllie died at 10 Jamaica Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 02.08.1902).

WYLIE Matthew Wylie died at 17 Kelly Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1890 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 23.05.1890).

WYLIE Mary Jane Thomson, daughter of late J.S. Wylie, Dullatur, died at 30 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 28th July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 29.07.1897).

WYLIE Janet Carmichael Wylie, mother of Claude, died at 10 Carnock Street, Greenock in March 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 24.03.1875).

WYLIE Rachael Campbell Peaston, wife of Henry Wylie, wood turner, died at 10 Hope Street, Greenock on 12th January 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 12.01.1904).

WYLIE Thomas, 2nd son of James Wylie, engineer, died at 2 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 14th January 1889 age 4yrs 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 14.01.1889).

WYLIE William S. Wylie to Mar J. eldest daughter of William & Elizabeth Young, at the Manse 89 Newton Street, Greenock on 28th June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 01.07.1912).

WYLIE A son to Rev & Mrs W.H. Wylie, born at 1 Ashton, Gourock on 2nd March 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 03.03.1869).

WYLIE William, eldest son of James Wylie died at 4 William Street, Port Glasgow on 17th May 1885. See James. (Greenock Telegraph 18.05.1885).

WYLIE William, son of James & Jeanie Wylie, carpenter, died at 3 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 28th August 1891 age 6 ½ months. (Greenock Telegraph 29.08.1891).

WYLIE William Wylie to Teresa Moran, 2nd youngest daughter of Christopher Carton, Dublin, at 57 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th July 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 16.07.1883).

WYLIE A son to Mr & Mrs William Wylie, born at Morrison’s Buildings, Port Glasgow on 30th September 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 02.10.1882).

WYLIE William, son of Mr Wylie, Greenock Customs, died at Rio de Janeiro on passage for Greenock, age 41. See James. (Greenock Advertiser 09.12.1845).

WYLIE Thomas Wyllie, chemist, died at 54 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 7th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 08.06.1901).

WYLIE Robert Templeton Campbell Wylie, to Martha, youngest daughter of late Samuel Watson, at Queen’s Dining Rooms, Greenock on 10th November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1905).

WYLIE Thomas Wylie, chemist, died at 54 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 7th June 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 08.06.1901).

WYLIE Robert William Wylie, engine-driver, died at 50 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 5th September 1904 age 40 wife Mary. (Greenock Telegraph 06.09.1904).

WYLIE Thomas Wyllie, joiner, died at 38 Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 30th March 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 31.03.1886).

WYLIE Thomas, son of John Wylie, grocer & provision merchant, died at 4 Dock Head Street, Port Glasgow on 30th July 1870 age 4. (Greenock Telegraph 30.07.1870).

WYLIE Sarah McMinn, only daughter of late William Wylie, to Robert Reid, marine engineer, at 59 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 30th August 19