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Births, Marriages and Deaths Index: Letter C Surnames - Cabrie to Clyde

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.

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Subject Entry
CABRIE James, infant son of Wm & Rachel Cabrie, died at 7 West Breast, Greenock on 11th Oct
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1903)
CADDEN Helen Swift, wife of Francis Cadden, coachman, died at 33 Nicolson St., Greenock on 25th
June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1902) see John
CADDEN John, eldest son of Francis & Helen Cadden, 33 Nicolson St., died at Greenock Infirmary on
15th Nov 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1901) see Helen S.
CADDLE George Caddle, blacksmith, Crookston, to Agnes, youngest daughter of John Roxburgh,
mariner, at Bath St., Port Glasgow on 26th June 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1874)
CADDOCK Marianne, youngest daughter of Capt Caddock, Beach House, Skerries, Dublin & 11 Mearns
St., to Archibald McNeill, corn & potato merchant, Antrim, at St Mary's, Greenock on 9th Feb
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1891)
CADDY James Caddy, blacksmith, husband of Mary, died at 39 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 21st
Sept 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1886)
CADDY Margaret Neven, elder daughter of Wm Caddy, joiner, died at 10 Hope St., Greenock on 6th
March 1901 age 3 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1901) see Mary
CADDY Mary, youngest daughter of Wm & Agnes Caddy, joiner, died at 10 Hope St., Greenock on
17th Feb 1907 age 19months (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1907) see Margaret N.
CADDY Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Caddy born at 10 Hope St., Greenock on 2nd July 1889 (Greenock
Telegraph 2.7.1889)
CADDY William Caddy to Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Walter Peaston, at Queen's Hotel, Greenock on
1st Jan 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1908)
CADDY Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Caddy, joiner, born at 10 Hope St., Greenock on 16th Oct 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1887)
CADENHEAD Son to Mr & Mrs Charles Cadenhead born at 20 St. Lawrence St., Greenock on 16th August
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1911) William died 7th Sept 1911 (Greenock Telegraph
8.9.1911)
CADENHEAD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Edward Cadenhead born at 20 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 13th
August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1912)
CADENHEAD Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Cadenhead born at 12 Kelly St., Greenock on 6th July 1848
(Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1848)
CADENHEAD George Cadenhead, fitter, died at 79 Port Glasgow Rd., Greenock on 16th Feb 1894 age 60
(Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1894) see Isabella W.
CADENHEAD Isabella Watson, widow of George Cadenhead, died at 79 Port Glasgow Rd., Greenock on
6th June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1895) see George
CADENHEAD John William Cadenhead, Greenock, to Charlotte Comet Wells, daughter of John Ballantine,
S. Africa, formerly of Caputh, at Victoria Cottage, Caputh on 5th July 1912 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.7.1912)
CADENHEAD Son to Mr & Mrs John W. Cadenhead born at Auchlinleck Terrace Port Glasgow on 31st
March 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1913)
CADIEN William Cadien, pansman, to Catherine, 2nd daughter of late W. McGilivray, joiner, Glasgow,
at Wellpark Manse, Greenock on 30th March 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1877)
CADZOW John Cadzow, seaman, died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock on 2nd June 1893 age
73 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1893)
CAFFERTY Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh M. Cafferty born at 41 Nicolson St., Greenock on 22nd Oct 1876
(Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1876)
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Subject Entry
CAFFERY Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Caffery born at Ingleston Cottage, Greenock on 13th May 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 15.5.1866)
CAHILL James, son of James Cahill, Carter, died at 34 Dalrymple St., Greenock in Dec 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1902) see Mary M; James; Patrick
CAHILL James Cahill, Carter, father of Patrick, died at 28 Dalrymple St., Greenock on 22nd July
1905 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1905) see James
CAHILL Mary Murray, wife of James Cahill, die at 34 Dalrymple St., Greenock on 8th April 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1902) see James
CAHILL Patrick Cahill, boilermaker, brother of Mary, died at 6 Nelson St., Glebe, Greenock on 23rd
April 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1912) see James
CAHILL Son to Mr & Mrs James Cahill born at 3 West Quay Lane, Greenock on 2nd Sept 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 4.9.1866)
CAIN William Cain died at 35 Lyle St., Greenock on 19th March 1899 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph
20.3.1899)
CAIRD John Caird jun; merchant, Greenock, to Jessie, only daughter of Roderick Young, at Port
Glasgow on 15th Feb 1820 (Greenock Advertiser 18.2.1820)
CAIRD Margaret, eldest daughter of James T. Caird, to Robert Law, 544 Oxford St., London, at
Seafield House, Greenock on 18th Sept 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 20.9.1860) see Lydia T.
CAIRD Lydia Tennant, 3rd daughter of James T. Caird, to Thomas Threfall, barrister, elder son of
late J.M. Threfall, Manchester, at the Gourock House on 28th August 1872 (Greenock
Telegraph 30.8.1872 Greenock Advertiser 31.8.1872 ) see Margaret; Robert; James T;
Arthur
CAIRD Very Rev Principal John Caird died at his brother's, Colin S. Caird, Dungourney, Greenock
on 30th July 1898 age 77 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1898) see Colin S; Isabella R
CAIRD John Caird of Caird & Co., died at Greenock on 22nd Sept 1838 - obit p2 (Greenock
Advertiser 24.9.1838)
CAIRD James Caird, brother of Colin S. Caird, died at Ashlea, Langside, Glasgow on 18th July
1908 age 86 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1908) see Colin S.
CAIRD Mrs John Caird died at 121 Eldon St., Greenock on 17th June 1889 age 90 (Greenock
Telegraph 17.6.1889)
CAIRD Colin S. Caird, merchant, died at Dungourney, Greenock on 4th Jan 1912 age 86 - obit p2
(Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1912)
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 31 Belhaven St., Port Glasgow on 31st March 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1881)
CAIRD James Caird, anchor smith & engineer, died at Greenock on 12th Jan 1839 (Greenock
Advertiser 15.1.1839) see James T.
CAIRD Isabella R., widow of Principal Caird, died at 36 Coates Gdns, Edinburgh on 8th Sept 1913 -
buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1912) see Principal John
CAIRD George S. Caird, merchant, formerly of Greenock, died at Sydney on 9th Oct 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1901) see Lizzie B.
CAIRD Lizzie Baird, wife of George S. Caird, merchant, formerly of Greenock, died at Sydney 6th
May 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1875 Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1875) see George S.
CAIRD Dr Edward Caird, former master of Balliol College, brother of Colin S. Caird, died at 12
Bardwell Rd., Oxford on 1st Nov 1908 age 74 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1902)
CAIRD James T. Caird, Greenock, to Agnes, youngest daughter of late Andrew Bell, Old Castle,
Berwickshire, at 13 Royal Terrace, Glasgow on 6th July 1854 (Greenock Advertiser
7.7.1854)
CAIRD Donald Gillies, son of James Caird, died at 31 Belhaven St., Port Glasgow on 14th April
1883 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1883) see Catherine G.
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 31 Belhaven St., Port Glasgow on 19th July 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1886 )
CAIRD Colin S. Caird to Jane Hunter, daughter of late Samuel Peterson, at 9 Grey Place, Greenock
on 13th Jan 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1859) see Edward; James T; Jane H.P.; John,
Dr Edward; James
CAIRD Catherine Gillies, youngest daughter of James Caird, died at 2 Laird St., Port Glasgow on
29th Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1899) see Donald G.
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Subject Entry
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs Arthur Caird born at Stoneleigh, Greenock on 27th Feb 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 27.2.1900)
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arthur Caird born at Drumslea, Greenock on 24th June 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1891)
CAIRD Arthur, son of late James T. Caird, to Elizabeth, widow of James Hall Kinnipple, London, 3rd
daughter of late John Kerr, Greenock and Trochrague, Ayr, at Heathfield, Greenock on 6th
Nov 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1889) see James T.
CAIRD Agnes Bell, widow of James T. Caird, shipowner, died at Belleaire, Greenock on 25th May
1892 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1892) see James T.
CAIRD Edward Caird, Professor of Moral Philosophy, Glasgow University, to Caroline Francis,
eldest daughter of Rev Wylie, at Carluke Manse on 8th May 1867 (Greenock Advertiser
11.5.1867) see Coin S.
CAIRD James T. Caird, engineer, to Elizabeth, daughter of late Wm McArthur, at Cartsburn House,
Greenock on 24th April 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 28.4.1846)
CAIRD Jane Hunter Paterson, wife of Colin S. Caird, shipowner, died at Dungourney, Greenock on
15th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1898) see Colin S.
CAIRD Miss Jane Caird died at 12 Patrick St., Greenock on 17th June 1869 age 80 (Greenock
Advertiser 19.6.1889)
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James T. Caird born at Seafield, Greenock on 10th Nov 1857
(Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1857)
CAIRD Son, Robert, to Mr & Mrs James T. Caird born at 3 Houston St., Greenock on 15th August
1853 (Greenock Advertiser 16.8.1853)
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James T. Caird born at 3 Houston St., Greenock on 26th May 1852
(Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1852)
CAIRD Son, William, to Mr & Mrs James T. Caird, born at St Andrew's Sq., Greenock on 15th Jan
1851 (Greenock Advertiser 17.1.1851)
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 31 Belhaven St., Port Glasgow on 4th Oct 1882
(Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1882)
CAIRD James Tenant Caird died at Haddow House (Cloch Inn), Gourock on 30th Jan 1888 age 72 -
lived at Bellaire, Greenock, - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1888) see Arthur; Colin S;
Lydia; Agnes B; James; Wm; Patrick T
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 31 Belhaven St., Port Glasgow on 4th July 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1884) David Gillies died at 2 Laird St., on 29th July 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1903 Port Glasgow Examiner 31.7.1903)
CAIRD Patrick Tennant Caird, Greenock, to Jane, 2nd daughter of late Walter Neilson, Summerlea,
at Kenmore on 19th Feb 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1885) see James T
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 2 Laird St., Port Glasgow on 13th Nov 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1896)
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 2 Laird St., Port Glasgow on 14th Nov 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1895) Lachlan Gillies died 30th Jan 1896 (Greenock Telegraph
30.1.1896)
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 2 Laird St., Port Glasgow on 2nd March 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1892)
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 2 Laird St., Port Glasgow on 23rd July 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1890)
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Caird born at 2 Laird St., Port Glasgow on 3rd August 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1888)
CAIRD John Caird sen, died at Greenock on 17th April 1824 age 73 (Greenock Advertiser
27.4.1824)
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs James T. Caird born at Chapel St., Greenock on 11th Dec 1843 (Greenock
Advertiser 15.12.1843) James died at Seafield House, Greenock on 5th Dec 1857
(Greenock Advertiser 8.2.1857)
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caird born at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 28th June 1865
(Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1865)
CAIRD William Caird, shipbuilder, son of late James T. Caird, died at Gourock on 11th April 1909
age 58 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1909) see James T.
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CAIRD Mary Fish Stirrart, wife of James Caird, engineer, died at Greenock on 25th August 1844
(Greenock Advertiser 27.8.1844) see James
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caird born at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 12th Jan 1867
(Greenock Advertiser 17.1.1867) Margaret died at Kilmacolm on 8th April 1870 (Greenock
Advertiser 12.4.1870)
CAIRD Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Caird born at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 31st July 1859 (Greenock
Advertiser 9.811859)
CAIRD William J. Caird, Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow, died at Auchenbothie, Kilmacolm on 2nd May
1871 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1871 Greenock Advertiser 4.5.1871)
CAIRD William Caird to Catherine, youngest daughter of late Wm Thomson, Wamphray, Dumfries,
at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 12th Nov 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 19.11.1850)
CAIRD Robert, 3rd son of James T. Caird, Greenock, to Fioraiza Louisa Kathleen 4th daughter of
late Alfred Charles Hall, Comerata, at Florence on 15th Feb 1879 (Greenock Advertiser &
Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1879) see Quita
CAIRD Quita, daughter of Robert Caird, to Antony Trefell, 3rd son of Rev Henry Richards,
Westridge, Isle of Wight, at St Paul's, Greenock on 28th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph
29.7.1904) see Robert
CAIRD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caird born at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 31st Oct 1868
(Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1868)
CAIRD Mrs William Caird died at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 3rd August 1850 (Greenock Advertiser
6.8.1850)
CAIRD Mary, youngest daughter of late Wm Caird, to Daniel McCorkindale, at 2 St Andrew's St.,
Greenock on 16th June 1859 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1859)
CAIRNEY William Prentice Cairney, engineer, B.I.S.N., husband of Annie Kennedy, 11a South St., died
at Gateside Hospital on 29th August 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1913)
CAIRNEY Margaret McLaughlin or Cairney died at 16 John St., Greenock on 15th Oct 1909 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.10.1909)
CAIRNEY Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm P. Cairney, marine engineer, born at 11a South St., Greenock on
31st Jan 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1910)
CAIRNEY William Prentice Cairney, engineer, to Ann Elizabeth Blair, 2nd daughter of late Wm
Kennedy at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 27th June 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1905)
see Mary C.
CAIRNEY William A. Cairney, clothier, died at 11a South St., Greenock on 5th Nov 1913 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.11.1913) see Mary C.
CAIRNEY Patrick Cairney, husband of Catherine, died at 5 E Blackhall St., Greenock on 13th Feb
1900 (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1900) see Catherine D.
CAIRNEY Mary Catherine, younger daughter of W.A. Cairney, tailor, 71 Holmscroft St., to J. Emmott
Hacking at Masonic Hall, Greenock on 5th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1904) see
Margaret J.; William A.; William P.
CAIRNEY Maria, daughter of Daniel Cairney, pilot, died at 27 W Blackhall St., Greenock in July 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1883)
CAIRNEY Margaret Cairney, mother of Samuel, died at 6 Salmon St., Greenock in Nov 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1879)
CAIRNEY Judith Cairney, mother in law of Hugh Stewart,, optician, died at 24 Wellington St., Greenock
in Sept 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1875)
CAIRNEY Edward Cairney, rafter, husband of Agnes, died at 3 Manse Lane, Greenock in Jan 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1896)
CAIRNEY Edward Cairney, boilermaker, husband of Mary, died at 8 Shaw St., Greenock in Dec 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1895)
CAIRNEY Catherine Docherty, widow of Patrick Cairney, died at 4 Lyle St., Greenock on 14th Dec
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1912)
CAIRNEY Bessie Salmond, daughter of Wm A. Cairney, tailor, died at 36 Nelson St., Greenock on 14th
May 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1881)
CAIRNEY Barney Cairney died at Chalmer's Land, Greenock on 18th April 1832 of cholera age 60
(Greenock Advertiser 20.4.1832)
CAIRNEY Margaret Johnstone, daughter of W.A. Cairney, clothier, 11a South St., Greenock, to Frank
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Subject Entry
Crangle, chief engineer, CN Co., at the British Consulate, Yokohama and the Cathedral,
Tokio on 7th July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1909) see Mary C.
CAIRNIE William C. Cairnie, husband of Agnes Cunningham, died at 9 E Crawford St., Greenock on
14th August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1912)
CAIRNIE Neil Cairnie, Curling Hall, Largs, died at Kelly St., Greenock on 17th Oct 1847 (Greenock
Advertiser 19.10.1847)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Cairns, engineer, born at Eden Place, 22 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 25th Oct 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1882) see
David
CAIRNS James Cairns, joiner & blockmaker, died at 27 Mearns St., Greenock on 30th August 1884
age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1884) see Mary McW.
CAIRNS James, son of Wm Cairns, died at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 24th Dec 1874 (Greenock
Telegraph 25.12.1874 )
CAIRNS James Cairns to Williamina, daughter of Dugald Campbell, at the Manse, Greenock on 4th
June 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1888)
CAIRNS James Cairns, apprentice, eldest son of James Agnew Cairns, 19 Finnart St., Greenock died
on the ship 'Atalanta' on 13th Feb 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1889) see James A
CAIRNS James Cairns, labourer, husband of Margaret, died at 10 John St., Greenock in April 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1889)
CAIRNS James Cairns, husband of Elizabeth, died at 90 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock in Nov 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1901)
CAIRNS James Cairns, joiner, to Mary McWilliam, Stranraer, at Port Glasgow on 18th June 1837
(Greenock Advertiser 24.7.1837)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs James A. Cairns born at 17 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 2nd Nov
1870 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1870)
CAIRNS David Cairns, engineer surveyor for Lloyds, son of James A. Cairns, died at 44 Finnart St.,
Greenock on 1st Feb 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1902)
CAIRNS Jane McNicol, wife of Samuel Cairns, carter, died at 2 Buccleuch St., Greenock on 8th July
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1901)
CAIRNS Jeanie, wife of James A. Cairns, cashier, died at 11 Brisbane St., Greenock on 28th Oct
1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 30.10.1882) see James A.
CAIRNS James Agnew Cairns, Greenock, to Jeanie, youngest daughter of David Cairns, at West
Dindinnie, Leswalt on 7th Dec 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1869) see Jeanie; James
CAIRNS Hugh Cairns, butter & egg merchant, died at 45 Cathcart St., Greenock on 16th May 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1877)
CAIRNS Elizabeth Shaw, eldest daughter of Wm Cairns, engineer, Roselea,, to Allan Murray, son of
P. McC Wilson, Muirside, Dumfries, at Tontine, Greenock on 18th Dec 1901 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.12.1901) see Wm
CAIRNS Adam W. Cairns, Glasgow Customs, to Maggie Anderson Cross, youngest daughter of late
Capt James Dewar, Greenock, at Centre St., Glasgow on 13th Dec 1867 (Greenock
Advertiser 24.12.1897)
CAIRNS Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Alex Cairns, to John Turner, commission agent, at Captain St.,
Greenock on 12th Feb 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 15.2.1850)
CAIRNS Dr David Cairns died at 4 Ardgowan Sq,. Greenock on 21st Feb 1892 - obit p2 (Greenock
Telegraph 22.2.1892)
CAIRNS Dr David Cairns to Sarah E., 2nd daughter of Wm Reid, draper, at 28 Ardgowan St.,
Greenock on 7th Sept 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 8.9.1882)
CAIRNS Bridget, daughter of John Cairns, to Walter McLachlan, seaman, at Greenock, on 25th April
1867 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1867)
CAIRNS B. Cairns, ordinary seaman, Greenock, believed lost with the barque 'Seafield' from
Greenock to Monte Video on 4th Jan 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1894)
CAIRNS Archibald Campbell, son of W.S. Cairns, formerly of Greenock, to Grace Hunter, only
daughter of Walter Hardie, grocer, Birchwood, at the Tontine, Greenock on 29th Dec 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1913)
CAIRNS Agnes M.F. Campbell, wife of Wm Cairns, consulting engineer, eldest daughter of late Capt
Wm Campbell, died at Roselea, 5 Finnart St., Greenock on 29th Oct 1908 (Greenock
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CAIRNS Agnes, youngest daughter of James Cairns, to Thomas Benson, engineer, at 4 Antigua St.,
Greenock on 1st Feb 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 2.2.1865)
CAIRNS Jane McCulloch, wife of John Cairns, patternmaker, died at 1 Buccleuch St., Greenock in
July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1898)
CAIRNS Mary McWilliam, widow of James Cairns, joiner, died at 35 Greenbank Terrace Greenock on
1st Jan 1891 age 79 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1891) see James
CAIRNS Elizabeth Mulrine, widow of James Cairns, died at Greenock Infirmary on 23rd Oct 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1903)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at Eden Pl., Robertson St., Greenock on 24th July
1884 (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1884)
CAIRNS William Ian, son of W.L. Cairns, died at Burnbank, 38 Cardwell Rd., Gourock on 14th Dec
1905 age 19months (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1905)
CAIRNS William Henry Campbell, son of Wm Cairns, engineer, 5 Finnart St., Greenock died at Hong
Kong Hospital on 28th May 1900 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1900) see Wm
CAIRNS W. Addison Cairns, variety artist, brother of James Cairns, died at Greenock on 14th Jan
1913 - p2 also 17.1.1914 p2 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1913)
CAIRNS Daughter to Dr & Mrs Wm Cairns, formerly of Greenock, born at Warkworth, New Zealand
on 28th Feb 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1899)
CAIRNS Daughter to Dr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at 19 Ardgowan Sq., Greenock on 3rd Feb 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1896) Meta Charlotte Elizabeth died on 27th March 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1897)
CAIRNS Dr William Cairns to Meta, only daughter of late George Bell, 4 Viewfield Terrace Hillhead,
Glasgow at Jardine Burn, Greenock on 23rd May 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1894)
CAIRNS John Cairns, pawnbroker, husband of Mary, died at 34 W Stewart St., Greenock on 30th
July 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1887)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at Eden PI., Robertson St., Greenock on 30th March
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1886)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cairns born at Hillside, Gourock on 11th July 1858 (Greenock
Advertiser 16.7.1858)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns, engineer, born at Eden Pl., 22 Robertson St., Greenock
on 25th Oct 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1882)
CAIRNS Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 3rd Dec 1880 (Greenock
Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 4.12.1880) David died at Eden Pl., Robertson St on 21st
Jan 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1883)
CAIRNS Son to Mr & Mrs Wm. Cairns born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 8th June 1879 (Greenock
Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1879)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 20th June 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1877)
CAIRNS Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns, engineer, born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 20th Jan 1876
(Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1876)
CAIRNS John Cairns, Innellan, to Mary, 3rd daughter of Colin McMillan, at 6 Ardgowan sq., Greenock
on 14th July 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 16.7.1868)
CAIRNS Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at Eden Pl., Greenock on 23rd March 1888 (Greenock
Telegraph 24.3.1888)
CAIRNS John Cairns to Isabella, daughter of late Capt Arch McEwing, Greenock, at Garscube Rd.,
Glasgow on 3rd July 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1863)
CAIRNS Son, William H., to Mr & Mrs Wm Cairns born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 18th March
1874 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1874)
CAIRNS John Cairns, labourer, the Glen, Port Glasgow, suffocated from fumes onboard the 'Rydell
Fell' at Murdoch & Murray's yard, Port Glasgow on 24th Dec 1881 (Greenock Telegraph
24.12.1881 Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1881 )
CAIRNS Margaret Hampsey Cairns, mother of Sarah Bonnar, died at 21 John St., Greenock in Jan
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1906)
CAIRNS Michael Cairns, tugboat fireman, 1 Buccleuch St., father of Mary Porter, drowned at Caird's
yard Greenock about 25th April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1903)
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CAIRNS Rebecca Temple Cairns, mother of Michael, died at 39 Holmscroft St., Greenock in July-
1901 - (Greenock Telegraph.27.7.1941)
CAIRNS Robert Cairns, formerly of Dunrod, Inverkip, died at Woodburn Pl., Glasgow on 21st May
1874 age 66 (Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1874)
CAIRNS Robert Cairns, electrician, to Annie, daughter of late Thomas Williams, boilermaker, at St
John's, Greenock on 24th Dec 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1907)
CAIRNS Son to Mr & Mrs-Robert Cairns born at 9 Laird St., Greenock on 7th June 1910 (Greenock
Telegraph 7.6.1910)
CAIRNS Rose Ann McKill Cairns, 58 Vennel, died at Greenock Infirmary on 18th Sept 1899 age 72
(Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1899)
CAIRNS Samuel Cairns, formerly of Greenock, died at 49 Warrock St., Anderson, Glasgow in July
1888 (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1888)
CAIRNS Thomas Cairns, coal hawker, 1 Cowgate St., died in Union St., Greenock on 5th Sept 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1891)
CAIRNS William Cairns, engineer P & O., to Agnes M. Fairlie, daughter of Capt Wm Campbell, at 3
Antigua St., Greenock on 19th July 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1871) see Elizabeth S;
Wm H.
CAIRNS Richard, youngest son of Michael & Marjory Cairns, died at 54 Wellington St., Greenock on
27th May 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1909)
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Cairns, engineer, born at Eden Place, 22 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 25th Oct 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1882) see
David
CAIRNS Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Cairns, engineer, born at Eden Place, 22 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 25th Oct 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1882) see
David
CAISER Maggie D. Caiser to Samuel McAdam, flesher, at St Mary's, Greenock on 18th Feb 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1890)
CAISER Joseph Caiser, wine & spirit merchant, husband of Margaret, died at 6 Ardgowan St.,
Greenock on 31st March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1888).
CAISER Joseph Caiser to Maggie, eldest daughter of John Devlin, at St Mary's., Greenock on 5th
Mar 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1878)
CAITHNESS Mary, infant daughter of Charles & Catherine Caithness, fitter, died at 30 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock on 20th Feb 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1912) see Catherine
CAITHNESS David, son of Charles Caithness, fitter, 34 St Lawrence St., died at Greenock Infirmary in
August 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1901) see Catherine
CAITHNESS Catherine Brown, wife of Charles Caithness, boilermaker, died at 10 Garvald St., Greenock
on 17th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1913) see Catherine
CAITHNESS Alexander, youngest son of Charles & Catherine Caithness, died at 11 Belville St., Greenock
on 13th August 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1896) see Catherine
CAITHNESS Catherine, 3rd daughter of Charles & Catherine Caithness, fitter, died at 30 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock on 30th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1912) see Mary; Catherine B;
David; Alex
CALCUTH Annie Bruce, daughter of John & Joan Calcuth, died at 48 Ann St., Greenock on 26th August
1905 age 9 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1905) see Arch B
CALCUTH Archibald Brown, son of John & Joan Calcuth, printer, died at 52 St Lawrence St., Greenock
on 4th June 1903 age 13months (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1903) see Annie B
CALCUTH John Calcuth, boilermaker, husband of Ann, died at 48 Ann St., Greenock on 31st Jan 1901
age 67 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1901) see Mary B.
CALCUTH Mary Bruce, youngest daughter of John Calcuth, boilermaker, to Alexander Bannatyne, at 48
Ann St., Greenock on 5th July 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1899) see John
CALDER Margaret Calder died at her son in law's, Wm Hood, 3 Jamieson Pl., Greenock on 4th Sept
1869 age 95 (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1869)
CALDER Isabella Jamieson, youngest daughter of late Wm Calder, ship carver, to William Muir, at 22
Trafalgar St., Greenock on 29th Oct 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1875) see Wm
CALDER Dr Marcus Calder to Jane Hunter, daughter of Allan McKechnie, butcher, at Martin Terrace
11 Finnart St., Greenock on 15th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1893)
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CALDER Son to Mr & Mrs Joseph Calder, organist, born at 27 Brisbane St., Greenock on 13th Jan
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1912)
CALDER John Wilson, son of Alex Calder, iron moulder, 26 Dalrymple St., died at Greenock Infirmary
on 10th May 1887 having been knocked down by a sugar lorry (Greenock Telegraph
11.5.1887)
CALDER John Calder, formerly of Greenock, died at Birkenhead on 5th June 1870 (Greenock
Telegraph 10.6.1870) see John
CALDER John, eldest son of John Calder, formerly of Greenock, died at Spring Cottage, Oxton,
Birkenhead on 20th Sept 1861 age 27 (Greenock Advertiser 24.9.1861) see Jane; John;
Marion; Robert; Margaret
CALDER Jane Wilson, eldest daughter of late John Calder, formerly of Greenock, died at 9 Hampden
St., Birkenhead on 29th May 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1878) see John
CALDER Jane Andrew, wife of Alex Calder, joiner, died at 43 Ann St., Greenock on 20th Feb 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1877) son born 2nd Feb 1877 see Alex
CALDER James Spark Calder, Butterfield & Swire, Tongku, N. China, to Elizabeth Nelson, Greenock,
at British Consulate, Shanghai on 30th Oct 1912 at the Holy Trinity Cathedral (Greenock
Telegraph 25.11.1912)
CALDER Son to Mr & Mrs James Calder born at 3 Lauriston St., Greenock on 16th Dec 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1909)
CALDER Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Calder, electrician, born at 3 Lauriston St., Greenock on 8th
Sept 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1908)
CALDER Margaret, eldest daughter of Alex Calder, joiner, died at 43 Ann St., Greenock on 9th April
1875 age 3yrs 10months (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1875) see Alex; Mary D.
CALDER James Calder, blacksmith, formerly of Greenock, 35 years with Fairrie & Co., sugar refiners,
died at 4 Prince Edwin St., Liverpool on 26th May 1883 age 68 (Greenock Telegraph &
Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1883)
CALDER Son to Dr & Mrs Marcus Calder born at 12 Union St., Greenock on 8th June 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.6.1900) Marcus died 7th April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1902)
CALDER Flora McNeil, youngest daughter of Alex Calder, printer, to John Callander, at 10 Lynedoch
St., Greenock on 26th July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1911) see Margaret M
CALDER Duncan Calder, formerly of Greenock, died at Toronto, Canada, on 14th June 1882 age 82
(Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1882)
CALDER Alexander D. Calder died at 38 Brisbane St., Greenock on 10th March 1897 (Greenock
Telegraph 11.3.1897)
CALDER Alexander Calder, jun., labourer, 10 Lynedoch St., Greenock found on the beach near
Castle Levanne, Gourock on 23rd Jan 1913 also 25.1.1913 p2 (Greenock Telegraph
24.1.1913)
CALDER Alexander Calder, ship carpenter, died at 27 Vennel, Greenock on 31st Oct 1876 age 65
(Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1876)
CALDER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Calder, joiner, born at 28 Wellington St., Greenock on 19th Feb
1881 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1881)
CALDER Alexander Calder, master joiner, to Elizabeth Park, widow of Wm Mays, at the Sheriff Court,
Greenock on 13th March 1880 by special licence (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1880)
CALDER Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Calder, joiner, born at 43 Ann Ann St., Greenock on 2nd Feb 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1877)
CALDER Alexander, only son of Alex Calder, joiner, died at 43 Ann St., Greenock on 9th May 1875
age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1875)
CALDER Alexander Calder, joiner, to Jane, youngest daughter of Robert Andrew, at 49 Ann St.,
Greenock on 1st July 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1869) see Jane
CALDER James Calder, electrician, to Isabella, 2nd youngest daughter of Hugh Gray, 3 Lauriston St.,
at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 28th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1907)
CALDER Mrs Robert Calder died at her son's, John, hatter, Greenock on 9th May 1847 age 75
(Greenock Advertiser 11.5.1847)
CALDER William Calder, formerly of Donald's Court, Greenock died at 24 Charles St., St Kilda,
Melbourne, Victoria on 30th August 1895 age 67 (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1895)
CALDER Son to PC & Mrs William Calder born at Gateside, Greenock on 17th May 1902 (Greenock
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Subject Entry
Telegraph 19.5.1902)
CALDER William Calder, carver, died at 18 Tobago St., Greenock on 4th Feb 1859 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.2.1859) see Isabella J.
CALDER Mrs William Calder died at Greenock on 6th Nov 1843 age 65 (Greenock Advertiser
10.11.1843)
CALDER Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Paterson born at Laird St., Greenock on 17th Jan 1846
(Greenock Advertiser 20.1.1846)
CALDER William Calder, merchant, to Mary Martin, eldest daughter of Capt Robert Paterson, at
Greenock on 3rd Nov 1840 (Greenock Advertiser 6.11.1840)
CALDER Wilhelmina Park Douglas, only daughter of Alex Calder, formerly of Greenock, and Mrs
Calder, Hillside Pl., Gourock, to Humphrey, youngest son of late Major Taylor, Yorks,
coronor, at St Andrew's, Fultham, London on 26th Feb 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1907)
CALDER Thomas Calder, tinsmith, died at 51 Royal St., Gourock on 12th May 1906 age 78
(Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1906)
CALDER Mrs Thomas Calder, widow of Capt Calder, died at 58 Vennel, Greenock on 6th Oct 1856
(Greenock Advertiser 10.10.1856)
CALDER Susan McKenzie, widow of John Calder, Customs, died at 32 Nelson St. W., Greenock on
22nd June 1890 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1890)
CALDER Daughter to Dr & Mrs Marcus Calder born at 12 Union St., Greenock on 8th July 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1896)
CALDER Robert Calder, shoemaker, died at 7 Duncan St., Greenock on 28th August 1873 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.8.1873)
CALDER Daughter to Dr & Mrs Marcus Calder born at 12 Union St., Greenock on 26th July 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1898)
CALDER Robert Calder died at Ritchie's Land, Tobago St., Greenock on 10th April 1832 age 80 of
cholera (Greenock Advertiser 13.4.1832) see Margaret
CALDER Mary Stewart Calder, mother of Alex, died at 26 Dalrymple St., Greenock in Nov 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1889)
CALDER Mary Douglas, only daughter of Alex Calder, joiner, died at 43 Ann St., Greenock on 14th
April 1875 age 22months (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1875) see Margaret; Alex
CALDER Marion, widow of John Calder, formerly of Greenock, died at 9 Hampden St., Birkenhead in
May 1880 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1880) see John
CALDER Margaret Miller, wife of Alex Calder, printer, died at 21 Bruce St., Greenock on 22nd Feb
1899 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1899) see Flora McN.
CALDER Margaret, daughter of late John Calder, formerly of Greenock, died at Birkenhead on 9th Oct
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1894) see John
CALDER Margaret, eldest daughter of late John Calder, to James Campbell, grocer, at 13 Newton St.,
Greenock on 12th June 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1873)
CALDER Margaret, daughter of Robert Calder, died at Greenock on 19th April 1832 of cholera age 38
(Greenock Advertiser 20.4.1832 ) see Robert
CALDER Son to Dr & Mrs Marcus Calder born at 12 Union 5t., Greenock on 9th Nov 1902 (Greenock
Telegraph 10.11.1902)
CALDER William Orr Calder, nephew of late Capt Wm Orr, Greenock, died at Gray's, London on 4th
June 1913 age 86 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1913)
CALDER Robert, younger son of late John Calder, Greenock, died at 38 Carlton Rd., Birkenhead on
5th Feb 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1892) see John
CALDERHEAD Martha, infant daughter of Thomas & Sophia Calderhead, died at 6 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 23rd July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1906)
CALDERHEAD Mary, eldest daughter of Robert Calderhead, joiner, to John Marjoribanks, at 21 Lyle St.,
Greenock on 27th August 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1889) see Helen R.
CALDERHEAD Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Calderhead born at 2 Mearns St., Greenock on 29th Dec 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1889)
CALDERHEAD Trooper Robert Calderhead, only son of Robert Calderhead, 2 Watt Pl., Greenock, drowned
at Wepener, S. Africa on 18th Oct 1901 age 22 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1901)
CALDERHEAD Margaret Clark, widow of David Calderhead, sawyer, died at 5 Main St., Greenock on 1st
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Subject Entry
Oct 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1910) see David
CALDERHEAD Katie Ritchie, 3rd daughter of Robert Calderhead, joiner, died at 3 George Sq., Greenock on
20th July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1891) see Helen R.
CALDERHEAD James Scott, youngest son of David Calderhead, died at 7 Ratho St., Greenock on 3rd Nov
1881 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1881) see David
CALDERHEAD James Calderhead, sawyer, formerly of Cartsdyke„ Greenock., died at Barrow on 2nd Sept
1911 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1911)
CALDERHEAD James, son of Wm Calderhead, died at 8 Chapel St., Greenock in Nov 1896 (Greenock
Telegraph 12.11.1896)
CALDERHEAD Helen Davidson, youngest daughter of Robert Calderhead, joiner, 35 Lynedoch St., to John
McKean, marine engineer, at Cardiff on 17th Feb 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1908) see
Elizabeth McP.; Katie R; Mary
CALDERHEAD Helen Davidson, wife of David Calderhead, died at 3 Macdougall St., Greenock on 3rd Feb
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1908) see David
CALDERHEAD David Calderhead, sawyer, died at 30 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock on 18th Sept 1876
(Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1876) see Margaret C; James C
CALDERHEAD Elizabeth McPherson, wife of Robert Calderhead, joiner, died at 35 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 16th Feb 1906 age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1906) see Helen D.
CALDERHEAD David Calderhead, former foreman, Scott & Co., died at 3 Ratho St., Greenock on 29th July
1908 - obit p3 31.7.1908 (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1908) see Helen D.
CALDERHEAD Son to Mr & Mrs David Calderhead born at 10 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 12th Sept 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1900)
CALDERHEAD Son to Mr & Mrs David Calderhead born at 10 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 30th June 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1895)
CALDERHEAD Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Calderhead, plater, born at 10 Lynedoch St, Greenock on 9th
May 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1892)
CALDERHEAD David Calderhead to Bella, daughter of late John Bird, Gourock, at Town Hall Saloon,
Greenock on 1st July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1891)
CALDERHEAD William John, 2nd son of David Calderhead, died at 27 Regent St., Greenock on 30th Nov
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 30,11.1908)
CALDERHEAD Son to Mr & Mrs David Calderhead born at 19 Main St., Greenock on 5th July 1866 (a
Cartsdyke Worthy) (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1866)
CALDERHEAD Ellen Gearson, wife of James Calderhead, died at 61 Mains St., Greenock in Oct 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1881)
CALDERWOOD Daniel, eldest son of late James Calderwood, Inspector of Buildings, Greenock, died at 272
St George's Rd, Glasgow on 1st Jan 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1886) see James
CALDERWOOD Edward Calderwood to Mary Ross at St Mary's, Greenock on 4th May 1858 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.5.1908)
CALDERWOOD Edward Calderwood, husband of Mary, died at Greenock on 27th Oct 1912 (Greenock
Telegraph 28.10.1912)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Calderwood, compositor, born at 72 Wellington St., Greenock
on 5th April 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1897)
CALDERWOOD William Simpson, Calderwood, proprietor, husband of Rosina Lang, died at Commercial
Hotel, Tarbet, Loch Fyne on 27th Feb 1913 age 37 - buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph
28.2.1913)
CALDERWOOD D. Calderwood, Glasgow, to Isabella, 2nd daughter of late Duncan Weir, at 51 Kelly St.,
Greenock on 19th Oct 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 24.10.1871)
CALDERWOOD George Calderwood, fish merchant, husband of Mary, died at 29 Cathcart St., Greenock on
23rd June 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1877)
CALDERWOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Edward Calderwood, compositor, born at 58 Dempster St., Greenock on
24th Oct 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1905)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Calderwood, compositor, born at 75 Wellington St., Greenock
on 16th Sept 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1894)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Calderwood, born at 89 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 7th Sept
1890 (Greenock Telegraph 8, 8.1890)
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CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Calderwood, compositor, born at 89 Roxburgh St., Greenock
on 26th June 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1888)
CALDERWOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Calderwood, compositor, born at 85 Dempster St, Greenock on 16th
April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1884)
CALDERWOOD Andrew Calderwood, mason, Ann St., Greenock, found at Row on 7th March 1859 missing
since 25th Dec 1858 (Greenock Advertiser 8.3.1859)
CALDERWOOD Agnes Wallace, widow of Hugh Calderwood, Greenock, died at Cardwell Bay, Gourock on
29th April 1871 age 68 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1871)
CALDERWOOD George Calderwood to Margaret, daughter of Matthew McCue, 3 Duff St., at St Mary's,
Greenock on 6th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1893)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Edward Calderwood born at 58 Dempster St., Greenock on 20th
March 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1909)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Calderwood, compositor, born at 97 Roxburgh St., Greenock
on 9th August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1886)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood born at Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 26th April
1881 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1881)
CALDERWOOD Robert Calderwood to Mary, only daughter of Wm Gallacher, fish merchant, at St Mary's,
Greenock on 21st Feb 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1871 Greenock Advertiser
23.2.1871)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Edward Calderwood born at 58 Dempster St., Greenock on 18th Dec
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1904)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood born at 36 W Blackhall St., Greenock., on 22nd
Jan 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1872 Greenock Advertiser 25.1.1872)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood born at 24 Bank St., Greenock on 15th Jan 1874
(Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1874) Jean died at 17 Ann St in Dec 1874 (Greenock Telegraph
29.1,2.1874)
CALDERWOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood, fish merchant, born at 34 W Blackhall St., Greenock
on 15th April 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1877)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood, fish merchant, born at 71 Nicolson St., Greenock
on 3rd Nov 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1879)
CALDERWOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood, fish merchant, born at 3 Jamieson Pl., Nicolson St.,
Greenock on 14th Jan 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1882) John Gallacher died 3rd
March 1883 of diphtheria (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1883)
CALDERWOOD Son to Mr & Mrs George Calderwood born at 22 Wellington St., Greenock on 21st May 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1894) George died at 8 Duff St., on 8th Feb 1895 (Greenock
Telegraph 9.2.1895)
CALDERWOOD Robert Calderwood, Greenock, to Annie, eldest daughter of Charles Thom, at Ricarton,
Kilmarnock on 14th July 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1880)
CALDERWOOD Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs R. Calderwood born at 8 Murdieston St., Greenock on 19th Jan
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1903)
CALDERWOOD Robert Calderwood, father of George, died at 19 Market St., Greenock in Dec 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1872)
CALDERWOOD Robert Calderwood, brother of Edward, 4 Mt Pleasant St., died at Smithston on 31st May
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1892)
CALDERWOOD Susan McPherson, wife of James Calderwood, Inspector of Buildings, died at 19 Bruce St.,
Greenock on 30th Nov 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12,1872) see James
CALDERWOOD William Calderwood, Greenock, to Louisa, eldest daughter of late Richard Morton, at the
Scotch Church on 12th August 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1871) Australia?
CALDERWOOD William, 2nd son of James Calderwood, Bruce St., Greenock died at Buenos Ayres on 9th
Nov 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1875) see James
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Calderwood, formerly of Greenock, born at Buenos Ayres on 6th
July 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1874)
CALDERWOOD William Devine Calderwood died at 5 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 9th June 1896 age 3yrs
8months (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1896)
CALDERWOOD Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Calderwood, fish merchant, born at 23 Newton St., Greenock on
27th August 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1884)
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CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Calderwood, salesman, born at 17 Belville St., Greenock on
23rd April 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1912)
CALDERWOOD Hugh Calderwood died at 16 Cathcart St., Greenock on 29th March 1862 age 77 (Greenock
Advertiser 1.4.1862)
CALDERWOOD Hugh, only son of late Robert Calderwood, formerly of Greenock, died at Walton, Liverpool
on 6th March 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1872) see Jean S.
CALDERWOOD Hugh Calderwood, hairdresser, husband of Mary, died at 22 Tobago St., Greenock in May
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1897)
CALDERWOOD Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Calderwood, hairdresser, born at 22 Tobago St., Greenock on
13th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1889)
CALDERWOOD James Calderwood, Inspector of Buildings, died at Kilmacolm on 26th June 1876 (Greenock
Telegraph 28.6.1876 Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1876) see, James
CALDERWOOD James Calderwood to Agnes, daughter of late Wm Turnbull, shipwright, at 15 Belville St.,
Greenock on 14th Dec 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1910)
CALDERWOOD Mary Ann Ross, daughter of George & Margaret Calderwood, salesman, died at 5 Duff St.,
Greenock on 5th Oct 1900 age 4 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1900) see Margaret
CALDERWOOD Jean Smith, eldest daughter of late Robert Calderwood, formerly of Greenock, died at
Walton, Liverpool on 16th Jan 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1874) see Hugh
CALDERWOOD Jenny Crawford, youngest daughter of late Daniel Calderwood, to Archibald M. MacMillan, at
Tontine, Greenock on 20th August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1907)
CALDERWOOD Jessie, 4th daughter of Edward Calderwood, Greenock, to John, youngest son of Duncan
McLean, Greenock, at St Peter's, Bristol on 28th April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1902)
CALDERWOOD John Calderwood, fireman, Greenock, lost in the wreck of the ss 'Hungarian' on 20th Feb
1860, off Sable Island (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1860)
CALDERWOOD Margaret, eldest daughter of James Calderwood, Inspector of Nuisances, died at 17 Bruce
St., Greenock on 25th Jan 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1869) see James
CALDERWOOD Margaret, daughter of George & Margaret Calderwood, salesman, died at 5 Duff St.,
Greenock on 13th Dec 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1901) see Mary A.R.
CALDERWOOD Margaret, daughter of Daniel & Sarah Calderwood, compositor, died at 7 Brachelston St.,
Greenock on 8th June 1902 age 20months (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1903)
CALDERWOOD Margaret Milarky, widow of Robert Calderwood, died at 23 Market St., Greenock on 8th Jan
1877 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1877)
CALDERWOOD Mary, daughter of Edward & Mary Calderwood, labourer, 4 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock, died
at 53 Bankhall St., Glasgow on 13th March 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1910)
CALDERWOOD James, of late James Calderwood, Inspector of Buildings, died at 21 Bruce St., Greenock on
27th Sept 1876 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1876 Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1876) see
Margaret; Daniel; James; Susan McP
CALDWELL William Caldwell, California, to Janet, 2nd daughter of late James Boyd, Greenock at Fishkill
Landing, New York on 21st Feb 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 22.3.1853) see Janet
CALDWELL William Caldwell, sugar porter's labourer, died at Gateside in July 1913 (Greenock
Telegraph 7.7.1913)
CALDWELL William W. Caldwell to Isabella, younger daughter of late John Rae, at 23 Trafalgar St.,
Greenock on 22nd April 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1910)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Wm J. Caldwell born at 7 Murdieston St., Greenock on 18th Oct 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1913)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Wm J. Caldwell, yardsman, born at 7 Murdieston St., Greenock on 1st
March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1912)
CALDWELL infant son of W.J. Caldwell, died at 7 Murdieston St., Greenock on 14th April 1908
(Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1908)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell, shipping clerk, born at 64 Kelly St., Greenock on 7th Dec
1888 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1888)
CALDWELL Katie Douglas, daughter of Wm Caldwell, pointman, to John Wills Garven at 15 Brougham
St., Greenock on 31st Oct 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1890) see Nellie
CALDWELL John Caldwell, surveyor, Liverpool, to Jeanie Clark, 3rd daughter of Daniel Meikle, engineer,
at 2 Oakfield Terrace, Greenock on 10th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1911)
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CALDWELL John Caldwell died at Tandlehill, Kilmacolm on 19th Now 1909 age 79 (Greenock Telegraph
20.11.1909)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell, checker, born at 13 Brougham St., Greenock on 25th
June 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1908)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell born at 40 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 17th Nov 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1904)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell born at 13 Nelson St W., Greenock on 19th Oct 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1902)
CALDWELL John Caldwell, ship carpenter, died at 5 E Crawford St., Greenock on 23rd July 1902 age 61
(Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1902)
CALDWELL John, infant son of David & Margaret Caldwell, died at 2 Content Pl., Port Glasgow on 9th
Sept 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1901) see David
CALDWELL John Caldwell, law clerk, 5 Princes St., Pollockshields, missing since Feb 1900 found near
Fort Matilda on 20th March 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1900)
CALDWELL Robert Caldwell died at 71 Regent St., Greenock on 29th Dec 1875 age 50 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.12.1875 Greenock Advertiser 1.1.1876)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell born at 64 Kelly St., Greenock on 20th Dec 1892 (Greenock
Telegraph 20.12.1892) Fergus-Easdale died 20th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph
21.6.1894)
CALDWELL Margaret, daughter of Robert Caldwell, carpenter, 8 Duff St., died at Gateside Hospital on
11th July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1910)
CALDWELL John Caldwell, shipping clerk, to Mary Taylor,: eldest daughter of Wm Edgar, leather
merchant, at 66 Kelly St., Greenock on 15th June 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1887)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell, builder, born at 47 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 18th Feb
1867 (Greenock Advertiser 19.2.1867)
CALDWELL John Caldwell, builder, died at Caldwell Pl., Ann St., Greenock on 6th May 1869 (Greenock
Advertiser 8.5.1869)
CALDWELL Jessie Campbell, widow of David Caldwell, cabinetmaker, died at 6 W Blackhall St.,
Greenock on 14th Oct 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1912) see David; Maitland
CALDWELL Jessie, infant daughter of David & Margaret Caldwell, died at 2 and a half Content PL., Port
Glasgow on 8th Sept 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1906) see David
CALDWELL Jessie, daughter of David Caldwell, to James Boothman, at Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock
on 29th Sept 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1890)
CALDWELL Jeanie Russell, wife of Duncan Caldwell, engineer, died at Clifton, Grant St., Greenock on
26th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1912) see Robert
CALDWELL Jeanie Black, eldest daughter of John Caldwell tailor, died at 49 Nicolson St., Greenock on
27th August 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1887) see Christina R.
CALDWELL Janet Stewart, widow of Robert Caldwell, formerly of Kilbarchan, died at 106 Bay St., Port
Glasgow on 18th June 1913 age 85 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1913)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Caldwell born at 64 Kelly St., Greenock on 15th July 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1895)
CALDWELL Mary Morrison, wife of Capt James Caldwell, died at Greenock on 26th Jan 1837 (Greenock
Advertiser 30.1.1837)
CALDWELL Nellie, 3rd daughter of Wm Caldwell, pointsman, to William Malcolm, at 18 Inverkip St.,
Greenock on 1st July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1898) see Mary G; Kate D; Susan;
Margaret B; Susan G.S.
CALDWELL Matthew Caldwell to Agnes Helen Dunlop, daughter of David Rose, Port Glasgow, at
Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 22nd August 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1895)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell born at 14 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 4th Jan
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1891)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell, grocer, born at 14 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 1st
April 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1886)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell, grocer, born at 54 E Crawford St., Greenock on 16ht
Feb 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1880)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell born at 14 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 14th June
1878 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1878)
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CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell, grocer, born at 14 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on
20th May 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1876)
CALDWELL Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell, born at 85 Belville St., Greenock on 11th
May 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1875)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Caldwell, grocer, born at 85 Belville St., Greenock on 14th Nov
1873 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1873)
CALDWELL Maitland, only son of Jessie Caldwell, died at 6 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 12th June
1906 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1906)
CALDWELL Matthew Caldwell, joiner, to Mary, youngest daughter of late Duncan McIntyre, shoemaker,
at Hyde Park, Greenock on 5th June 1866 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1866 Greenock
Advertiser 7.6.1866) see Mary
CALDWELL Margaret Caldwell to James Stanbury, blue jacket, HMS Ajax, at McDonald's Boarding
House, 5 Hamilton St., Greenock in Jan 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1887)
CALDWELL Mary McIntyre, 2nd daughter of Matthew Caldwell, grocer, 64 E Crawford St., to William C.
Houston at Town Hall saloon, Greenock on 28th March 1895 (Greenock Telegraph
29.3.1895) see Mary
CALDWELL Mary Gillespie, daughter of Wm Caldwell, pointsman, G & SW, 18 Inverkip St., died at
Greenock Infirmary on 23rd Sept 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1897) see Nellie
CALDWELL Mary Gaston, wife of Henry Caldwell, died at 17 Cathcart St., Greenock on 22nd Dec 1904
((Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1904) see Henry
CALDWELL Mary, wife of Matthew Caldwell, grocer, died at 19 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 16th Dec
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1892) see Mary McI; Margaret McN, Matthew L.C.
CALDWELL Mary, eldest daughter of Alex & Margaret Caldwell, traveller, died at 48 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock on 3rd August 1889 age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1889)
CALDWELL Mary, youngest daughter of James Caldwell, painter, died at 10 Hope St., Greenock on 4th
July 1878 age 6yrs 9months (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1878) see Wm
CALDWELL Margaret McNair, eldest daughter of Matthew Caldwell, grocer, 19 Octavia Cottage, to John
Cameron, Glasgow, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 2nd August 1899 (Greenock
Telegraph 4.8.1899) see Mary
CALDWELL Margaret Jane Miller, daughter of Jane Caldwell, merchant, to Hugh Boag, marine engineer,
at 40 Mearns St., Greenock on 4th Feb 1884 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
6.2.1884)
CALDWELL Margaret Boon, 5th daughter of Wm Caldwell, to Robert Miller at Crawford's Hall, Greenock
on 10th July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1906) see Nellie
CALDWELL Jane Arthur Blackburn, widow of Wm Caldwell, Glasgow, died at Kilmacolm on 25th August
1882 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1882)
CALDWELL Matthew Love Caldwell, member of the 1st Renfrew battalion, died at 19 Octavia Cottages,
Greenock on 22nd July 1906 age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1906 -obit p2 Port Glasgow
Examiner 25.7.1906 -obit p2)
CALDWELL Catherine Russell, eldest and last surviving daughter of James Caldwell, painter, died at 19
Wellington St., Greenock on 22nd Dec 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1884)
CALDWELL Janet, eldest daughter of late David Caldwell, Beith, died at 64 Ann St., Greenock on 14th
March 1904 age 71 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1904) see James.
CALDWELL David Caldwell, cabinetmaker, husband of Jessie Campbell, died at 6 W Blackhall St.,
Greenock on 2nd Jan 1898 age 48 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1898) see Jessie C.
CALDWELL David, infant son of David & Margaret Caldwell, died at 2 Contant Pl., Port Glasgow on 13th
April 1900 age 18 months (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1900) see John; Jessie
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Caldwell born at 5 Clune Brae Foot, Port Glasgow on 5th Jan
1895 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1895)
CALDWELL David Caldwell, cooper, husband of Margaret, died at 6 Laird St., Greenock in Jan 1886 age
40 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1886)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs David Caldwell, grocer, born at 16 Wellington St., Greenock on 22nd May
1887 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1887)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs David Caldwell, grocer, born at 16 Ann St., Greenock on 21st Dec 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1885)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs David Caldwell born at Morton Terrace Greenock on 29th Jan 1867
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Subject Entry
(Greenock Advertiser 31.1.1867)
CALDWELL Christina Robertson, 4th daughter of John Caldwell, tailor, 63 Nicolson St., died at Greenock
Infirmary on 30th Sept 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1902) see Jeanie B
CALDWELL David, son of late David Caldwell, died at his grandfather's, John Buchanan 32 St Lawrence
St., Greenock on 1st March 1901 age 13yrs 9months (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1901) see
James
CALDWELL Caspar, youngest son of Thomas Caldwell, died at 54 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 26th
Feb 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1888) see Christina
CALDWELL William eldest twin son of James Caldwell, painter, died at 24 Antigua St., Greenock on 30th
May 1881 age 19yrs 3months (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1881) see James W; Mary
CALDWELL Archibald, youngest son of Thomas Caldwell, carpenter, died at 56 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 13th August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1886)
CALDWELL Annie Park, daughter of late Alex Caldwell, to John McKenzie, marine engineer, at
Orilington, Hillend, Greenock on 12th August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1908)
CALDWELL Annie, daughter of Matthew Caldwell, 64 E Crawford St., to William R. Stewart at Greenock
Town Hall on 28th Oct 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1897)
CALDWELL Alexander, 4th son of late Allan Caldwell, Kame, Lochwinnoch, died at Oakfield W., Ratho
St., Greenock on 1st Jan 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1903)
CALDWELL infant son of Alex Caldwell, carpenter, died at 21 John St., Greenock on 25th August 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1877)
CALDWELL Alexander Caldwell, Greenock, to Maggie, eldest daughter of late Wm Lang, farmer, at
Bothrickfield, Houston on 7th July 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 10.7.1869)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Caldwell born at 24 Antigua St., Greenock on 7th April 1859
(Greenock Advertiser 12.4.1859)
CALDWELL Agnes McCowan, daughter of David Caldwell, 40 Mearns St., to Archibald Black at Tontine,
Greenock on 30th Nov 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1898)
CALDWELL Agnes C.B. Given, daughter of Wm Caldwell, fireman, 13 Brougham St., died at Greenock
Infirmary on 28th April 1909 age 1 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1909) see Agnes C.B.G.
CALDWELL Agnes Cunnel Brown Given, wife of Wm Caldwell, fireman, 13 Brougham St., Greenock,
died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 11th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1908) see
Agnes C.B.G.
CALDWELL Christina, daughter of Thomas Caldwell, died at 54 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock in Dec 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1887) se Caspar
CALDWELL Henry Caldwell, father of Joseph, died at 17 Cathcart St, Greenock on 27th June 1906 age
57 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1906 ) see Mary G
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Caldwell born at 5 E Crawford St., Greenock on 2nd Nov 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1894)
CALDWELL James Weir, twin son of James Caldwell, painter, died at 24 Antigua St., Greenock on 19th
Nov 1881 age 19yrs 9months (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1881)
CALDWELL James Caldwell, husband of Catherine, died at 1 Waverley Lane, Greenock in April 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1907)
CALDWELL James Caldwell, grocer, 64 Ann St., Greenock, died at Fairmount, Kirn on 21st Nov 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1900) see David; Janet
CALDWELL James Caldwell, farmer, Cardross, to Lillias M., 5th daughter of James Scott, at Wellyard
Farm, Inverkip on 1st June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1892)
CALDWELL James, eldest son of David Caldwell, grocer, 10 Wellington St., died at his grandfather's,
John Buchanan, 32 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 23rd Dec 1887 age 3yrs 2months
(Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1887) see David
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Caldwell, mechanical draughtsman, born at 31 Dempster St.,
Greenock on 2nd Nov 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1883)
CALDWELL James Caldwell, heckler, died at Wm Hempells's, Ashgrove Buildings, Port Glasgow on 8th
April 1880 (Greenock Advertiser 9.4.1880)
CALDWELL James, son of David Caldwell, boilermaker, died at 19 E Crawford St., Greenock on 28th
Dec 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1870)
CALDWELL David, only son of James Caldwell, grocer, died at 64 Ann St., Greenock on 29th April 1899
age 43 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1893) see James
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CALDWELL Henry Weir Caldwell, to Mary, eldest daughter of Hugh McLean, sugar porter, at 2 South St.,
Greenock on 22nd June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1892)
CALDWELL Janet, wife of Wm Caldwell, 2nd daughter of late James Boyd, shipwright, Greenock, died at
San Francisco on 29th August 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1881) see Wm
CALDWELL Henry Caldwell died at 10 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow in Dec 1887 (Greenock Telegraph
27.12.1887)
CALDWELL George Young, son of Wm & Nellie Caldwell, restaurateur, Burn Bank Terrace Brachelston
St., died at Gateside Hospital in March 1908 age 4 and a half (Greenock Telegraph
24.3.1908)
CALDWELL Edward Caldwell died at 7 Broad Close Greenock on 11th Feb 1867 (Greenock Telegraph
15.2.1867)
CALDWELL Duncan McIntyre Caldwell, engineer, to Margaret, daughter of Walter Holmes, blacksmith,
13 E Crawford St., at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 27th Dec 1901 (Greenock Telegraph
30.12.1901)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Caldwell born at 31 E Crawford St., Greenock on 8th Jan
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1903)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Caldwell born at 31 E Crawford St., Greenock on 25th Feb 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1902)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, engineer, born at 31 E Crawford St., Greenock on
9th Oct 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1899)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Caldwell born at 5 E Crawford St., Greenock on 21st Jan 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1897)
CALDWELL William Caldwell, bowler & Volunteer, 4 Prospecthill St., Greenock, died at Newcastle on
Tyne on 28th June 1907 - buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1907)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Caldwell, engineer, born at 5 E Crawford St., Greenock on 24th
July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1891)
CALDWELL Hugh, youngest son of Robert & Hannah Caldwell, died at 5 Shaw St., Greenock on 26th
Dec 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1913)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & ,Mrs Wm Caldwell, pointsman, born at 15 Brougham St., Greenock on
16th Dec 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1890)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caldwell, fireman, 13 Brougham St., Greenock, born at Western
Infirmary, Glasgow on 27th April 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1908)
CALDWELL William Caldwell, Greenock, to Ellen Young at Glasgow in June- July 1889 by special
licence (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1889)
CALDWELL William Caldwell, iron moulder, Rutherglen, found off the Esplanade, Greenock on 9th Jan
1898 (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1898)
CALDWELL Robert Caldwell to Margaret Cameron, eldest daughter of James Macaulay, at Waverley
Hotel, Greenock on 16th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1889)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caldwell born at 15 Brougham St., Greenock on 19th Dec 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1896)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caldwell born at 52 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 15th Jul 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1884)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Caldwell, pointsman, G & SW Railway, born at 52 W Blackhall
St., Greenock on 7th June 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1882)
CALDWELL William, youngest son of Robert Caldwell, died at Greenock Infirmary on 3rd Sept 1901 age
1 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1901)
CALDWELL Mrs William Ealdwell, wife of Wm Caldwell, former mill mechanic, Greenock, and two sons &
2 daughters lost in the wreck on the 'Pomona' from Liverpool to New York on 28th April 1859
(Greenock Advertiser 7.5.1859)
CALDWELL William Caldwell died at Ardgowan Pl., Kilmacolm on 27th March 1904 age 80 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.3.1904)
CALDWELL Susan Glen Sheerer, wife of Wm Caldwell, railway worker, died at 18 Inverkip St., Greenock
on 24th Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1899) see Nellie
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Caldwell born at 14 Cathcart St., Greenock on 9th Nov 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1898)
CALDWELL Rev Robert Rowan Caldwell, Free Church, Erskine, Bishopton, died at 38 Finnart St.,
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Greenock on 16th Jan 1898 age 81 - obit p3 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1898)
CALDWELL Robert, son of Duncan Caldwell, engineer, died at Clifton, Grant St., Greenock on 1st Sept
1913 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1913) see Jeanie R
CALDWELL Robert Caldwell died at 5 Bath St., Gourock on 13th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph
15.6.1910)
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Caldwell born at 3 Ratho St., Greenock on 18th Feb 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1911 )
CALDWELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Caldwell born at 3 Ratho St., Greenock on 6th Sept 1909 (Greenock
Telegraph 7.9.1909)
CALDWELL David Caldwell, former grocer, died at 50 Brisbane St., Greenock on 28th August 1904 age
73 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1904)
CALDWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Caldwell, engineer, born at 3 Ratho St., Greenock on 31st May
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1908)
CALDWELL Robert Caldwell, engineer, to Annie Mcllray, eldest daughter of Hendry McNeil, at the
Manse, Houston St., Greenock on 6th Sept 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1907)
CALDWELL Robert Caldwell, labourer, 42 King St., Port Glasgow, youngest son of late Robert Caldwell,
killed at A. Rodger & Co's yard on 9th April 1902 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1902
Port Glasgow Examiner 11.4.1902)
CALDWELL Robert Caldwell to Maggie, youngest daughter of late John McLeod, shoemaker, at 4 Duff
St., Greenock on 12th Jan 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1900)
CALDWELL Susan, 4th daughter of Wm Caldwell, pointsman, to George McIlvar at 18 Inverkip St.,
Greenock on 30th Nov 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1900) see Nellie
CALL Mary Scott, wife of Robert Call, labourer, died at Lade's Land, Lyon's Land, Port Glasgow on
8th March 1859 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1859)
CALLAGHAN Agnes Hunter, wife of Patrick Callaghan, died at 48 Shaw St., Greenock on 21st March 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1910)
CALLAGHAN Annie, daughter of Phillip Callaghan, died at 9 Bearhope St., Greenock on 20th May 1889
age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1889)
CALLAGHAN Son to Mr & Mrs J.E. Callaghan, HMS Merlin, born at 23 W Stewart St., Greenock on 22nd
June 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1880)
CALLAGHAN James Callaghan, husband of Ellen Donachie, died at 16 Market St., Greenock on 25th
August 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1894)
CALLAGHAN Mary McAulay, wife of Richard Callaghan, died at 7 Cross-shore St., Greenock in Dec 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1892)
CALLAGHAN Mary McDermott, widow of Owen Callaghan, died at 5 E Blackhall St., Greenock on 29th
Feb 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 29.2.1908) see Owen
CALLAGHAN Owen Callaghan, husband of Mary, died at 12 St Lawrence St., Greenock in Jan 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 12.1.1895) see Mary McD
CALLAGHAN Sarah Scott, wife of Wm Callaghan, died at 43 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 12th July 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1905)
CALLAGHAN Mrs Callaghan died at Cartsdyke on 23rd August 1832 of cholera age 60 (Greenock
Advertiser 24.8.1832)
CALLAN Marianne Grant, eldest daughter of George Callan, engine driver, Cappielow, Greenock, to
Quintin McG. Henderson, electrical engineer, at Alexandria Hotel, Glasgow on 14th August
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1912) see Georgina
CALLAN John Callan, Glasgow, to Annie, eldest daughter of James Grieve, joiner, at 33 Lyle St.,
Greenock on 15th July 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1881)
CALLAN Georgina (Jenny) 3rd daughter of George Callan, former engine driver, Caledonian Railway,
60 E Hamilton St., to William Gilchrist, engineer, at Cappielow, Greenock on 9th June 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1905) see Marianne G.
CALLAN John Gilbert Callan to Annie McLean on 3rd July 1901 at East parish, Greenock.
CALLAN Son to Mr & Mrs George Callan, engine driver, born at 60 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 9th
August 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1890)
CALLANDER Eliza, youngest daughter of Thomas Callander, to Rev George Wade, Falkirk, at 1 Grey Pl.,
Greenock on 17th July 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 19.7.1860) see Mary R; Margaret;
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CALLANDER Mary, 4th daughter of Thomas Callander, ship owner, died at 15 Ardgowan Sq., Greenock
on 22nd April 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1872 Greenock Advertiser 23.4.1872) see
Agnes
CALLANDER Margaret, widow of James Callander, Falkirk, died at her grandson in law's, John Mullen, 14
Brisbane St., Greenock on 21st June 1908 age 74 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1908)
CALLANDER Margaret, eldest daughter of Thomas Callander, to Rev S. Sinclair, UP Church, at Greenock
on 18th Dec 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 20.12.1850) see Eliza
CALLANDER John A. Callander, Edinburgh, to Sarah Margaret, daughter of J.J. Grieve, widow of Alex
Reid, Ceylon, at Levan, Gourock on 2nd April 1867 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock
Advertiser 4.4.1867)
CALLANDER John Callander to Flora McNeil, youngest daughter of Alex Calder, printer, at 10 Lynedoch
St., Greenock on 26th July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1911)
CALLANDER Jean, wife of W.O. Callander, Oaklands, Shepherd's Bush, daughter of late Wm Marshall,
Ladyburn, Greenock died at Homburg-les-Bains on 6th Oct 1872 (Greenock Advertiser
12.10.1872) see Wm O
CALLANDER Mary Russell, wife of Thomas Callander, died at 1 Grey Pl., Greenock on 11th Nov 1860 age
62 (Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1862) see Agnes
CALLANDER James, youngest son of late Capt Thomas Callander, Port Glasgow, died at Calcutta on the
steam frigate 'Zenobia' on 31st Oct 1852 (Greenock Advertiser 18.10.1853)
CALLANDER Bella Callander died at 11 Carwood St., Greenock on 19th April 1909 age 1 (Greenock
Telegraph 20.4.1909)
CALLANDER Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Callander born at 82 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 8th July 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1906)
CALLANDER Archibald Callander to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Wm. Alcorn, at St John's Greenock on
17th June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1904)
CALLANDER Agnes, daughter of Capt Thomas Callander, died at Forsyth St., Greenock on 25th Nov
1847 (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1847) see Susan; James R; Capt Thomas; Eliza; Mary R;
Margaret;
CALLANDER Susan, daughter of late Capt Thomas Callander, Greenock, to James Stewart, at McAuslan
St., Glasgow on 11th April 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 18.4.1854) see Agnes
CALLANDER Captain Thomas Callander died at 13 Union St., Greenock on 12th Feb 1877 (Greenock
Telegraph 13.2.1877 Greenock Advertiser 15.2.1877) see Agnes
CALLANDER James R., only surviving son of Capt Thomas Callander, died at 26 Forsyth St., Greenock
on 16th April 1859 age 26 (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1859) see Agnes
CALLAWAY Daughter to Mr & Mrs Callaway born at 29 Nicolson St., Greenock on 8th April 1856
(Greenock Advertiser 11.4.1856)
CALLENDER Jessie, only daughter of late Capt John Callender, Port Glasgow, to Capt William Robertson,
at Greenock on 15th July 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 19.7.1853)
CALLENDER John Steven Callender to Jeanie Kane, daughter of Thomas H. Boyle, at 63 Shore St.,
Gourock on 6th April 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1905)
CALLENDER William Ormiston Callender, merchant, Glasgow, to Jane, eldest daughter of Wm Marshall,
at Ladyburn, Greenock on 16th May 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 19.5.1854)
CALLENDER Son to Mr & Mrs W Callender, Adelaide Rd, London, born at Rick Point, Gourock on 8th
August 1864 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1864)
CALLIGAN William Calligan, labourer, found in Old Graving Dick, West Breast, Greenock on 6th Oct
1894 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1894)
CALLIGAN William Calligan of the trawling smack 'Isabella' died off Garvel Point on 26th Nov 1880
(Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1880)
CALLIGAN Malcolm Calligan, shoemaker, died at 11 East Shaw St., Greenock on 17th August 1874
(Greenock Advertiser 18.8.1874)
CALVERT Thomas, 2nd son of Thomas Calvert, died at 10 Springkell St., Greenock on 8th June 1885
age 16yrs 4months (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1885) see John E.
CALVERT William, son of Agnes Calvert, died at 7 Crescent St., Greenock on 11th Dec 1892 age 16
and a half (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1892) see Alex.
CALVERT Thomas Calvert, husband of Agnes, died at 7 Crescent St., Greenock on 17th Feb 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1892) see Alex
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CALVERT Ralph Calvert, painter, husband of Jane, died at 34 W Stewart St., Greenock on 11th May
1884 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1884)
CALVERT Kate, infant daughter of James Calvert, died at 24 E Crawford St., Greenock on 27th July
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1897)
CALVERT John Ernest, son of Thomas Calvert, music professor, died at 77 Belville St., Greenock on
9th July 1882 age 3yrs 3months (Greenock Advertiser 12.7.1882) see Thomas
CALVERT Alexander, son of late Thomas Calvert, blacksmith, died at 7 Crescent St., Greenock on 27th
May 1894 age 12 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1894) see Wm; Thomas; Agnes
CALVERT Agnes, widow of Thomas Calvert, died at her son in law's, Alex Craig, 42 St. Lawrence St.,
Greenock in August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1912) see Alex
CALVERT Thomas Calvert, music professor, died at 33 Brougham St,., Greenock on 15th June 1901
age 62- - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1901) see John E.
CAMBRIDGE Kate, eldest daughter of Wm Cambridge, engineer, 46 Dalrymple St., Greenock, died at
Royal Infirmary Glasgow on 116th August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1912) see Agnes
M.
CAMBRIDGE James, only son of Wm Cambridge, engineer, died at 7 E Shaw St., Greenock on 14th July
1883 age 19months (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1883) see Agnes M
CAMBRIDGE Agnes Marie, 2nd daughter of Wm Cambridge, engineer, 76 Dempster St., to Thomas M.
Paten, teacher, at St Mary's, Greenock on 3rd Feb 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1902) see
James; Kate
CAMDEN Son to Petty Officer & Mrs George Camden, RMA, born at 13 Watt St., Greenock on 4th
May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1913)
CAMERON Jessie McGregor, youngest daughter of late John Cameron, 40 St Lawrence St., Greenock,
to Donald Macrae, S. African Railways, 3rd son of John Macrae, Lochalash, Ross-shire, at
St Andrew's Presbyterian, Cape Town on 14th Oct 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1913)
CAMERON Jessie, wife of Donald Cameron, engineer, died at 85 Wellington St., Greenock on 14th Feb
1883 (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1883) see Alex
CAMERON John Cameron, Glasgow, to Margaret McNair, eldest daughter of Matthew Caldwell, grocer,
19 Octavia Cottages, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 2nd August 1899 (Greenock
Telegraph 4.8.1899)
CAMERON Jessie, only daughter of Allan & Mary Cameron, died at 7 Main St., Greenock on 23rd Sept
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1894) see Jessie Macd; Jennie
CAMERON John, eldest son of late Wm Cameron, decorator, to Alice Mary, youngest daughter of
George Minto, commission agent, at 27 Patrick St., Greenock on 17th March 1899
(Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1899)
CAMERON Jessie, eldest daughter of Donald Cameron, labourer, died at 52 Holmscroft St., Greenock
on 14th August 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1903)
CAMERON Jessie, wife of Donald Cameron, engineer, formerly of 13 Lyle St., Greenock, died at South
Renfrew on 18th Feb 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1904)
CAMERON Jessie, daughter of Daniel Cameron, blacksmith, formerly of Port Glasgow, to Duncan
Lauresson at 353-58 Brooklyn, New York on 18th Sept 1906 (Greenock Telegraph
1.10.1906)
CAMERON John, 2nd son of John Cameron, auctioneer, died at 15 Cross-shore St. Greenock on 28th
Jan 1861 age 23 at 9.45am - details of funeral Greenock Advertiser 5.2.1861 (Greenock
Advertiser 20.1.1861) see John; Margaret; Margaret B
CAMERON Jessie MacfarIane, only daughter of Allan Cameron jun, timber merchant, died at 30 E
Hamilton St., Greenock on 7th Oct 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1872) see Allan
CAMERON Jeanie Williamson, only daughter of Charles Cameron, to Richard Ward at 37 Roxburgh St,,
Greenock on 19th Nov 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1868 Greenock Advertiser
21.11.1868)
CAMERON Jessie Veronica, daughter of Annie Cameron, died at 27 Hopeton St., Gourock on 5th June
1907 age 15 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1907)
CAMERON John, eldest son of James Cameron, died at Greenock on 14th May 1829 (Greenock
Advertiser 22.5.1829) see Helen
CAMERON John Cameron, currier & collector of market dues, died at Greenock on 2nd Feb 1836
(Greenock Advertiser 4.2.1836)
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CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, draper, born at Watt Pl., Greenock on 4th Nov 1837
(Greenock Advertiser 8.11.1837)
CAMERON Mrs John Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at Rev McLachlan's, Kilmacolm on 2nd April
1844 age 65 (Greenock Advertiser 5.4.1844)
CAMERON John Cameron to Jessie Bruce, youngest daughter of late Angus Leitch, painter, Bank St., at
34 Abbotsford Pl, Greenock on 5th Nov 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1897)
CAMERON John, son of John Cameron, gardener, died at Chapelton Gardens, Port Glasgow on 25th
Oct 1852 age 3yrs 3months (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1852) see Flora
CAMERON Jessie Macdonald, widow of Angus Cameron, died at 7 Main St., Greenock on 24th May
1895 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1895) see Jessie
CAMERON Janet Gemmel, wife of Dugald Cameron, died at 47 Crawfurd St., Greenock in March 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1873)
CAMERON Jane Evans, wife of Daniel Cameron, blacksmith, died at 25 Princes St., Port Glasgow on
28th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1910)
CAMERON Jane Fairrie, daughter of Hugh Cameron, to James Morley, eldest son of late Hugh
Chadwick, cotton-Spinner, Lance, at 5 Ardgowan St., Greenock on 9th Oct 1873 (Greenock
Advertiser 11.10.1873) see Hugh Jun
CAMERON Jane Gallanagh, wife of Wm Cameron, died at 11 Huntly Pl., Port Glasgow on 25th Nov
1913 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1913)
CAMERON Jane McDougall, wife of Donald Cameron, blacksmith, died at 36 Ingleston St., Greenock on
17th July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1897)
CAMERON Jane McKellar, wife of Robert Cameron, engine man, died at 12 Ann St., Greenock on 23rd
April 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1890)
CAMERON Jane Shaw, widow of Matthew Cameron, wool sorter, died at 120 Drumfrochar Rd.,
Greenock on 28th July 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1912) see Matthew S.
CAMERON Janet, 2nd daughter of late James Cameron, to George McLachlan, joiner, at 4 East Shaw
St., Greenock on 31st Dec 1866 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1867)
CAMERON Jessie, eldest daughter of Alex Cameron, yacht master, to Duncan Campbell at Hope Pl.,
Gourock on 19th Nov 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1880)
CAMERON Janet, widow of David Cameron, Old Kilpatrick, died at her niece's, Craiglea, Bawhirley Rd.,
Greenock on 11th Oct 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1913)
CAMERON Jenny Munro, daughter of James & Jane Cameron, died at 7 Main St., Greenock on 13th
May 1907 age 11months (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1907) see Jessie
CAMERON Janet Hart, eldest daughter of Hugh Cameron, boilermaker, to John Sutherland at 5 Carnock
St., Greenock on 6th Sept 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1912)
CAMERON Janet McAlpin, widow of Alex Cameron, died at Burns Pl., Port Glasgow in Dec 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1870)
CAMERON Janet Morris, wife of Hugh Cameron, died at 9 Cross-shore St., Greenock on 30th April 1899
(Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1899)
CAMERON Janet Stirling, daughter of Duncan Cameron, blacksmith, died at 69 Roxburgh St., Greenock
on 16th Sept 1897 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1897) see Isabella S.
CAMERON Jean Fairrie, widow of Hugh Cameron, died at 5 Ardgowan St., Greenock on 17th Nov 1887
age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1887) see Hugh
CAMERON .Jean Sayers, widow of Dugald Cameron, boot & shoemaker, died at 13 Crawfurd Terrace,
Greenock on 1st Nov 1865 age 79 (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1865)
CAMERON Jean Sayers, 2nd daughter of Wm Cameron, house painter, to Robert McOll, photographer,
Glasgow, at 19 Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock on 28th Oct 1880 (Greenock Telegraph &
Greenock Advertiser 29.10.1880)
CAMERON John Cameron, fireman, formerly of Clyde Shipping Co., father of John, died at 6 Cross-
shore St., Greenock in June 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1881)
CAMERON Janet, eldest daughter of late Hugh Cameron, sugar porter, formerly of Greenock, died at 7
Bishop St., Rothesay on 19th Feb 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1912) see Hugh
CAMERON John Cameron, engineer, husband of Mary, died at 9 Antigua St., Greenock on 3rd Oct 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1891) see Mary B; Arch B
CAMERON John Cameron, watchman, died at 40 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 1st April 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1897) see John (1911)
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CAMERON John Cameron, solicitor, Greenock, to Jessie Williamson, only daughter of late Capt. Suter,
at 69 Crown St., Aberdeen on 17th Nov 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1886) see Marion
L
CAMERON John Cameron, Inverie, Knoydart, to Augusina, eldest daughter of late Angus Campbell,
Glenelg, at 15 Kelly St., Greenock on 23rd Jan 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 28.1.1862)
CAMERON John, 3rd son of Donald Cameron, school master, Bunessan, Mull, died at Murdieston Farm,
Greenock on 6th April 1895 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1895)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, flasher, born at 81 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 6th Oct
1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1896)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, flasher, born at 28 Robertson St., Greenock on 23rd Dec
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1894)
CAMERON John Cameron, flasher, Greenock, to Jessie Ann, only daughter of Wm Stewart, at Seaview,
Deveronside, Banff on 15th Nov 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1893)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 25 Brisbane St, Greenock on 5th May 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1895)
CAMERON John Cameron, fitter, father in law of Hugh McLean, died at 11 Murdieston St. Greenock on
28th Nov 1891 age 86 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1891)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, solicitor, born at 25 Brisbane St., Greenock on 12th July
1889 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1889)
CAMERON Son to Mrs & late John Cameron, carter, born at 26 W Blackhall St. Greenock on 6th Dec
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1894)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, carter, born at 26 W Blackhall St. Greenock on 30th
April 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1890)
CAMERON John Cameron, carter, 26 W Blackhall St., father of Alex, killed in Clarence St when his cart
& horse bolted on 19th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1894)
CAMERON John Cameron, mason, formerly of Greenock & 2nd Battalion Scottish Rifles, died at
Cahnbatta, East India on 22nd July 1888 of enteric fever (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1888)
CAMERON John Cameron, boilermaker & fitter, father of Donald, died at 30 Cartsburn St., Greenock on
1st Sept 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1888) see Catherine
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 1 Belhaven St., Port Glasgow on 24th March 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1888)
CAMERON Jane Chisholm, widow of Patrick Cameron, Glenborrowdale, Loch Sunart, died at 27 Nelson
St. W., Greenock in Dec 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1885)
CAMERON John, 2nd son of Donald Cameron, labourer, 3 Crescent St., died at 35 Crawfurd St.,
Greenock on 8th Feb 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1888)
CAMERON John Cameron to Kate, daughter of Wm Paterson, slater, at 28 Bruce St., Greenock on 12th
April 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1893)
CAMERON John, 3rd son of Dugald Cameron, died at 3 Regent St. Greenock on 19th May 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1872)
CAMERON Ian, son of Violet B. Sheerer, & late John Cameron, boilermaker, grandson of late Daniel
Shearer, painter, died at Gateside Hospital on 19th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph
20.4.1909) see Catherine
CAMERON John, son of John & Catherine Cameron, died at 32 Crescent St., Greenock on 11th Nov
1884 (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1884)
CAMERON John, 2nd son of James Cameron, slater, died at 25 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 27th Dec
1878 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1878) see Margaret
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, solicitor, born at 46 Finnart St., Greenock on 18th
April 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1897)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 46 Finnart St., Greenock on 23rd Jan 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1900)
CAMERON John, son of late Arch Cameron, Fishery Officer, Stornoway, died at 3 Kelly St., Greenock
on 24th Sept 1866 age 34 (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1866) see Peter McV; Mary; Christina
McL
CAMERON John Cameron, auctioneer, died at Cross-shore St., Greenock on 14th August 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 16.8.1866) see John
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, solicitor, born at 19 South St., Greenock on 23rd Oct 1887
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Subject Entry
(Greenock Telegraph 24.10.I884)
CAMERON John Cameron, mate on the ship 'Surinam', Greenock, died at sea on 14th August 1862
(Greenock Advertiser 6.9.1862)
CAMERON John Cameron, merchant, Liverpool, to Isabella, elder daughter of late Herr Blancken, sugar
refiner, at St John's, Greenock on 11th Oct 1859 (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1859)
CAMERON John Cameron, mason, died at 19 Bearhope St., Greenock on 2nd August 1873 age 31
(Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1831)
CAMERON John Cameron, husband of Isabella, died at 10 West Breast Greenock in Oct 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1873)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, draper, born at 4 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 23rd
Nov 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1873)
CAMERON John Cameron, painter, died at 7 Under Crescent, Greenock on 13th Sept 1874 age 71
(Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1874)
CAMERON John Cameron to Maggie, 2nd surviving daughter of late Capt Crawford, Greenock, at
Renfrew St., Glasgow on 17th Dec 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 21.12.1875)
CAMERON John Cameron, mate, ss 'Isabella' of Glasgow, to Sarah, 2nd daughter of Arch. Cameron,
farmer, Gobshealach, Argyll, at 68 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 2nd July 1878 (Greenock
Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 4.7.1878)
CAMERON John Cameron, banker, to Bessie Brown, daughter of James M. Hill, at 52 Esplanade,
Greenock on 10th Sept 1878 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 11.9.1878) see
Bessie B.
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 25 Brisbane St., Greenock on 6th Feb 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1891)
CAMERON John Cameron died at 2 East Breast, Greenock on 10th Feb 1867 age 72 (Greenock
Telegraph 18.2.1867)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 30th May 1836 (Greenock
Advertiser 30.5.1836)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron, grocer, born at Florence Pl., Finnart St., Greenock on
18th March 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1879)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron, grocer, born at 17 Nelson St. W., Greenock on 15th
July 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1876)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron sen. died at Ardgowan St., Greenock on 7th Nov 1850 age 91 (Greenock
Advertiser 8.1.1850) see Isabella B; Margaret; Hugh Jun
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 8th Oct 1852
(Greenock Advertiser 12.10.1852)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 23rd August 1849 (Greenock
Advertiser 24.8.1849) Janet Grey died at Ardgowan St. on 31st Dec 1859 (Greenock
Advertiser 3.1.1860)
CAMERON Daughter, Isabella, to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 4th Nov 1845
(Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1845)
CAMERON Daughter, Margaret, to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 27th Jan 1844
(Greenock Advertiser 30.1.1844)
CAMERON Isa, only daughter of John & Isabella Cameron, died at Cairn Terrace, Port Glasgow on 7th
Dec 1905 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1905 Port Glasgow Examiner 8.12.1905)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 24th August 1839 (Greenock
Advertiser 27.8.1839) Hugh died Mt Pleasant St. on 12th Oct 1847 (Greenock Advertiser
15.10.1847)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, pilot, to Janet, youngest daughter of late Wm Morris, cooper, at the Manse,
Finnart St., Greenock on 31st Dec 1787 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1879)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 8th Oct 1834 (Greenock Advertiser
9.10.1834)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron died at 5 Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 22nd June 1887 age 82 (Greenock
Telegraph 23.6.1887) see Jane F.; Hugh sen; Isabella; Margaret; Jean F
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, jun. to Jane, only daughter of late Robert Fairrie at Greenock on 19th June
1832 (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1832)
CAMERON Helen Simpson, 3rd daughter of Alex Cameron, yacht master, to Alexander McKellar at 79
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Shore St., Gourock on 10th Oct 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1900) see Agnes
CAMERON Helen King, widow of Wm Cameron, mariner, died at 64 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 12th
May 1878 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1878)
CAMERON Helen, eldest daughter of Daniel & Margaret Cameron, tugboat master, 19 Regent St., died
at Gateside Hospital on 20th Nov 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1912)
CAMERON Helen, 2nd daughter of James Cameron, died at Gourock on 18th August 1829 (Greenock
Advertiser 25.8.1829) see John; James; Agnes McI
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Greenock on 23rd March 1841 (Greenock
Advertiser 26.3.1841)
CAMERON Hugh, son of Alex Cameron, blacksmith, died at 75 Wellington St., Greenock on 26th Feb
1887 age 6yrs 3months (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1887)
CAMERON Patrick Cameron, merchant, died at 6 Trafalgar St., Greenock on 10th Dec 1870 age 83
(Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1870 Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1870)
CAMERON Son to Capt & Mrs John Cameron born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 8th Jan 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1902)
CAMERON Hugh, only son of Hugh & Marion Cameron, rivetter, died at 67 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
23rd Feb 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1910)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, brother of Fanny, died at Laurel Bank, 43 Albert Rd., Gourock on 29th
March 1907 (Gourock Advertiser 2.4.1909)
CAMERON Hugh, 4th son of Angus Cameron, quarry manager, died at 42 Albert Rd., Gourock on 29th
May 1907 age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1907) see Dugald
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, painter, husband of Mary, died at 10 E Blackhall St., Greenock on 5th July
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1906)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at 71 Victoria St., Rothesay on 21st Feb 1905
age 91 (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1905) see Janet
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron born at Florence Pl., Finnart St., Greenock on 18th
Dec 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1880)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, 26 Church St., Port Glasgow, watchman on ss 'Carl', drowned in the East
Harbour Port Glasgow on 12th May 1901 age 57 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1901 Port
Glasgow Examiner 17.5.1901)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron to Mary McKechnie at 25 W. Stewart St., Greenock on 26th June 1878
(Greenock Advertiser 28.6.1878)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron deep sea pilot, husband of Isabella, died at 10 West Breast Greenock on
2nd Nov 1885 age 64 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1885)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, sen, miller, father of Hugh, died at 40 Main St., Greenock in Oct 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1883)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron, formerly of Greenock, born at Tynribble, Appin on 18th Oct
1882 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1882)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, formerly with Joseph Crookshanks, coach proprietor, father of Hugh, died at
13 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 5th Oct 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1881)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron, pilot, born at 28 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 23rd
April 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1885)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron, pilot, born at 2 Ropework St., Greenock on 1st Oct 1800
(Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1880)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Cameron, pilot, born at 50 Dalrymple St., Greenock on 30th Oct 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1879)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs H. Cameron, joiner, born at 9 Hope St., Greenock on 15th August 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1877 Greenock Advertiser 10.8.1877)
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, Greenock, to Jeanie Cameron, Kinlochmoidart, at Manor House, Oban on
8th Jan 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1903)
CAMERON Jamie, son of John Cameron, painter, died at Greenock Infirmary on 6th Jan 1898 age 3
(Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1898)
CAMERON Hector McLean, infant son of Ann & Peter Cameron, joiner, died at 11 Lynedoch St.,
Greenock on 24th April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1891)
CAMERON James Cameron to Rachel, 2nd daughter of Wm Laird, at Sir Michael St., Greenock on 15th
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August 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1882 Greenock Advertiser 19.8.1882)
CAMERON James Cameron, wine & spirit merchant, husband of Rachel, died at 7 Murdieston St.,
Greenock on 17th Oct 1889 age 34 (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1889)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Cameron, salesman, born at 7 Murdieston St., Greenock an
1st August 1883 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 1.8.1883) Nellie died 26th
Dec 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1889)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Cameron born at 7 Murdieston St., Greenock on 30th April
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1885) Bessie died 22nd June 1888 (Greenock Telegraph
22.6.1888)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs James Cameron born at 7 Murdieston St., Greenock on 5th Nov 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1887)
CAMERON James, son of Mary Dillon Cameron, 10 Arthur St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 21st July
1887 after an accident age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1887)
CAMERON James Cameron, baker, died at Kerr's Cottage, Port Glasgow on 28th Feb 1876 (Greenock
Telegraph 2.3.1376)
CAMERON James Cameron, farmer, father of John, died at Lower Murdieston Farm, Greenock on 29th
June 1897 age 65 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1897) see Margaret
CAMERON James Cameron, school master, died at Gourock on 1st Oct 1843 age 72 (Greenock
Advertiser 6.10.1843) see Helen
CAMERON James Cameron, shipwright, to Mary Craig, 2nd daughter of Duncan McLean, shipwright, at
Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 5th April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1901)
CAMERON James Cameron, slater, died at 7 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 17th Nov 1903 (Greenock
Telegraph 17.11.1903)
CAMERON James, eldest son of Robert Cameron, blacksmith, died at 69 Regent St., Greenock on 29th
Dec 1906 age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1906)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Cameron, Shanghai, born at 29 Belville St., Greenock on 17th
Dec 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1910)
CAMERON James Cameron, Kingussie, to Elizabeth McFarlane, 3rd daughter of Wm Dougans,
gardener, 22 Trafalgar St., Greenock, at Elizabeth, New Jersey on 20th Feb 1909 (Greenock
Telegraph 4.3.1909)
CAMERON James Cameron, 5 and a half Argyll Pl., Rothesay, found on the beach near the Gourock
Swimming Pool on 6th May 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1912)
CAMERON James Grue, son of John & Catherine Cameron, boilermaker, died at 3 Orchard St,,
Greenock on 4th Sept 1887 of diphtheria age 3yrs 7months (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1887)
see Elizabeth D
CAMERON Jane, eldest daughter of Duncan Cameron, boatbuilder, to Alexander Cameron at 3 St
Andrew St., Greenock on 13th June 1855 (Greenock Advertiser 15.6.1855) see Agnes
CAMERON James, son of Daniel & Maggie Cameron, died at 52 Hamilton St., Greenock on 1st August
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1891)
CAMERON Isabella, widow of Alex Cameron, merchant, Glencoe, died at her sister in law's, 15 Brisbane
St., Greenock on 10th May 1889 age 88 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1889)
CAMERON Jane, daughter of Allan Cameron, to George Hutcheson, at Oakfield Cottages, Macdougall
St., Greenock on 27th Dec 1878 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 28.12.1878)
see Allan
CAMERON Hugh Cameron, husband of Minnie McNicol, died at 35 W Shaw St., Greenock on 26th Feb
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1912)
CAMERON Hugh Hutton, son of James & Mary Cameron, Durban, Natal, died at Greenock Infirmary in
July 1905 age 3 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1.905)
CAMERON Hugh Hutton Cameron, painter, to Annie, daughter of Quintin Govan, painter, at 67
Roxburgh St., Greenock on 23rd March 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1906)
CAMERON Isa, youngest daughter of Alex Cameron, clerk, P.O., died at 5 John St., Greenock on 20th
April 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1892) see Isabella McF
CAMERON Isabell, daughter of John & Mary Cameron, engineer, died at 18 Wellington St., Greenock on
15th Feb 1911 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1911)
CAMERON Isabella, 3rd daughter of Hugh Cameron, to Andrew E. Bryne, Liverpool, at 5 Ardgowan St.,
Greenock on 2nd March 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 4.3.1871) see Hugh jun
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CAMERON James, son of James Cameron, cow feeder, died at 68 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 2nd
August 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1882)
CAMERON Isabella Cameron to Joseph Sweenie, Post Office, at 27 Shaw St., Greenock on 21st Sept
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1886)
CAMERON Hector, younger son of late Murdoch Cameron, died at 67 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 10th
Feb 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1913)
CAMERON Isabella Bog, widow of Hugh Cameron, died at 5 Ardgowan St., Greenock on 22nd Dec
1856 age 91 (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1856) see Hugh sen
CAMERON Isabella McFie, wife of Alex Cameron, P.O., died at 31 Lyle St., Greenock on 8th March
1890 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1890) see Isa
CAMERON Isabella McIntyre, wife of John Cameron, gardener, formerly of Chapelton Gardens, Port
Glasgow, died at Cavesham, Otago, NZ on 9th Dec 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1874
Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1874) see Flora
CAMERON Isabella McLean, daughter of late Murdoch Cameron, to Robert Howie McNeil at Waverley
Hotel Greenock on 2nd May 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1906)
CAMERON Isabella Smith, infant daughter of Duncan Cameron, blacksmith, died at 59 Roxburgh St.,
Greenock on 18th June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1901) see Janet S
CAMERON Isabella Roe, wife of Matthew Cameron, jeweller, died at 16 Manor Cres, Gourock on 16th
Sept 1906 age 67 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1906)
CAMERON J. Cameron, former merchant, Port Glasgow, to Jessie McBean, 3rd daughter of P. Stewart,
builder, at Stanley St., Wooloomaoloo, Sydney on 1st March 1859 (Greenock Advertiser
26.5.1859)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs J.D. Cameron born at 111 Dempster St., Greenock on 30th March 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1894)
CAMERON Isabella, youngest daughter of John Cameron, policeman, to Thomas Watson, baker, at 85
Wellington St., Greenock on 25th July 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1873)
CAMERON Matthew Cameron, jeweller, to Isabella, eldest daughter of late John Rae, gardener, at 6
Nelson St. W., Greenock on 8th July 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1869 Greenock
Advertiser 10.7.1869)
CAMERON Mary Garrity, wife of John Cameron, sailmaker, died at 3 William St., Port Glasgow on 19th
Feb 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1884)
CAMERON Mary Gordon, widow of Duncan Cameron, boatbuiIder, died at 1 Carnock St., Greenock on
5th Jan 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 8.1.1881) see Agnes; Mary
CAMERON Mary Harley, widow of Robert Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at Jeffersonville, USA
on 28th June 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1905) see Daniel
CAMERON Mary Hart, 4th daughter of Hugh Cameron, boilermaker, to David Scott Ferguson at Tontine,
Greenock on 20th April 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1908)
CAMERON Mary Jane Stewart, wife of John Cameron, river pilot, died at 27 W Blackhall St., Greenock
on 7th Sept 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1878 Greenock Advertiser 13.9.1878)
CAMERON Mary McDougall, wife of James Cameron, farmer, died at Lower Murdieston, Greenock on
11th March 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1889)
CAMERON Mary Mitchell, widow of Gilbert Cameron, builder, formerly of Greenock, died at Washington
DC on 30th Jan 1884 age 79 (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1884 Greenock Advertiser
18.2.1884) see Gilbert
CAMERON Mary, daughter of John Cameron, died at Chapelton Gardens, Port Glasgow on 16th Jan
1849 age 1 and a half (Greenock Advertiser 19.1.1849) see Flora
CAMERON Matilda Hunter, wife of Richard Cameron, died at 3 Scott’s Lane, Port Glasgow on l7th Dec
1907 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1907)
CAMERON Mary Cuthbertson, daughter of Thomas Cameron, formerly of 18 Bedford St., Greenock, to
John McIver, farmer, at Lochiel Farm, Mouotview, Dundee Township, Walsh Co., North
Dakota on 30th Dec 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1892)
CAMERON Matthew Slater Cameron, wool sorter, 39 years with Felming Reid, husband of Janet Shaw,
died at 17 Prospecthill St., Greenock on 10th April 1897 age 52 (Greenock Telegraph
12.4.1897) see Jane S
CAMERON Minnie Cameron to James Johnston at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 4th Sept 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1901)
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CAMERON Murdoch Cameron died at 25 John St., Greenock in June 1873 (Greenock Telegraph
16.6.1873)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Murdoch Cameron born at 5 Hope St., Greenock on 23rd June 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1879)
CAMERON Murdoch, only son of Alex Cameron, died at 53 Kelly St., Greenock on 10th June 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1892)
CAMERON Son & daughter to Mr & Mrs Murdoch Cameron, prison warder, born at 5 Nelson St. W.,
Greenock on 17th August 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1895)
CAMERON Murdoch Cameron, labourer, husband of Mary, died at 33 Lyle St., Greenock on 20th Oct
1896 (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1896)
CAMERON Matilda Catherine, eldest daughter of Wm Cameron, to John Wylie at St Mary's, Port
Glasgow on 30th March 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1900)
CAMERON Mary, youngest daughter of Stephen & Annie Cameron, died at 80 Belville St., Greenock on
21st September 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1901)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs P. Cameron born at Port Glasgow on 19th Oct 1863 (Greenock
Advertiser 22.10.1863)
CAMERON Mary, daughter of late Alex Cameron, to Peter Frederick, iron moulder, at 19 Bearhope St.,
Greenock on 31st Dec 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1867)
CAMERON Mary, widow of Arch Cameron, Fishery Officer, Stornoway, died at 3 Kelly St., Greenock on
17th Jan 1868 (Greenock Advertiser 18.1.1868) see John
CAMERON Mary Cameron died at her uncle's, Arch Chisholm, 3 Glen St., Greenock on 18th May 1870
(Greenock Advertiser 19.5.1870)
CAMERON Mary youngest daughter of Allan Cameron jun, died at Ashfield Cottage on 19th July 1874
(Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1874 Greenock Advertiser 23.7.1874) see Margaret C.
CAMERON Mary Cameron, Greenock, to Thomas Higginbottom, shipwright, Greenock, at Cleveland,
Ohio on 7th Dec 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1875)
CAMERON Mary, daughter of Murdoch Cameron, labourer, 33 Lyle St., died on 13th Nov 1894 age
11yrs 5 months (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1894)
CAMERON Mary Donnie, wife of John Cameron, 25 Royal St., Gourock, died at Greenock Infirmary on
24th Oct 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1911)
CAMERON Mary, daughter of late Donald Cameron, innkeeper, Fort William, died at 28 Crawfurd St.,
Greenock on 20th July 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1899)
CAMERON Mary Donaldson, 3rd daughter of John Cameron, engineer, to Thomas Banks, engineer, at
24 Antigua St., Greenock on 24th Feb 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1882)
CAMERON Mary, 10 Jamaica St., daughter of late James Cameron, sister of late John Cameron, grocer,
died at Greenock Infirmary on 12th Sept 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1905)
CAMERON Mary, 4th daughter of late John Cameron, to John Macdonald, Northern Lighthouse Service,
at 26 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 4th Nov 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1910)
CAMERON Mary, eldest daughter of late Robert Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at 430 Locust St.,
Jeffersonville, Indiana in Sept 1911 age 56 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1911)
CAMERON Mary, daughter of Wm Cameron, stevedore, 64 E Crawford St., to Robert, only son of John
Brown, Bishopton, at Glasgow on 23rd Nov 1912 by special Licence (Greenock Telegraph
25.11.1912)
CAMERON Mary Baxter, widow of John Cameron, engineer, died at 9 Antigua St., Greenock on 1st Sept
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1901) see John
CAMERON Mary Campbell, widow of Arch Cameron, sailmaker, died at 2 MacDougall St., Greenock on
12th Nov 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1892) see Arch
CAMERON Mary Campbell, widow of D. Cameron, died at 26 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 13th April
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1903)
CAMERON Nellie, daughter of Mrs Cameron, died at 27 Hopeton St., Gourock on 12th March 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1905)
CAMERON Mary, daughter of Lachlan Cameron, died at 9 Hope St., Greenock on 29th March 1896 age
9 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1896)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Cameron, lamplighter, born at 16 Bruce St., Greenock on 13th
August 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1913)
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CAMERON Neil Cameron, rivetter, Port Glasgow Rd., died at Greenock Infirmary on 21st Feb 1891 after
an accident at Scott & Co's shipyard an 20th Feb 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1890)
CAMERON Robert Cameron to Catherine McCrae at 16 Eldon St., Greenock on 24th August 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1886)
CAMERON Robert Cameron to Isabella Scott, eldest daughter of late Walter Miller, at 10 South St.,
Greenock on 20th Oct 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1887)
CAMERON Robert, son of Robert & Mary Cameron, died at 7 Mill St., Greenock on 13th Jan 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1893)
CAMERON Robert Cameron, engineer, died at 2 Macdougall St., Greenock on 16th Oct 1899 age 58
(Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1899)
CAMERON Robert Cameron, plumber, to Christina McNeil, youngest daughter of late Duncan Campbell,
at 53 Forsyth St., Greenock on 1st Nov 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1901)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Cameron born at 5 Antigua St., Greenock on 25th Sept 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1902)
CAMERON Rev Robert Cameron died at the Manse, Kilmacolm on 20th June 1842 (Greenock
Advertiser 24.6.1842)
CAMERON Robert Cameron, father of Donald, died at 36 Arthur St., Greenock on 3rd March 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1906)
CAMERON Richard Cameron, 3rd engineer, ss 'Elk', youngest son of James Cameron, 7 Mt Pleasant
St., Greenock, drowned off Exmouth on 20th Sept 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1898)
CAMERON Robert Murray, youngest son of late Angus Cameron, boiIermaker, died at Gateside Hospital
on 28th May 1913 age 15 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1913) see Angus
CAMERON Robert Wilson Cameron to Jane GiIbert, youngest daughter of late John Hastie, engineer, at
6 Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock on 24th Feb 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1876
Greenock Advertiser 26.2.1876)
CAMERON Robert Wilson Cameron, auctioneer, died at 84 Union St., Greenock on 29th May 1890 - obit
p2 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1890)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron, auctioneer, born at 32 Ardgowan St W.,
Greenock on 1st Feb 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1877 Greenock Advertiser 2.2.1877)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron born at 32 Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 13th
April 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1878 Greenock Advertiser 15.4.1878)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron born at 32 Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 1st
Dec 1879 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 2.12.1879)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron born at 32 Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 27th April
1881 (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1881)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron, auctioneer, born at 25 Bentinck St., Greenock on
24th Feb 1884 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 25.8.1884)
CAMERON Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs Robert Cameron, plumber, born at 31 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 14th Oct 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1908)
CAMERON Peter, son of Malcolm Cameron, tailor, died at 24 W Stewart St., Greenock on 16th April
1871 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1871)
CAMERON Martha Speirs, daughter of Donald Cameron, died at Fyfe Pl., Gourock on 8th March 1879
age 3months (Greenock Advertiser 11.3.1879)
CAMERON Nellie, daughter of Thomas & Sarah Cameron, died at 52 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 22nd
Feb 1913 age 11 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1913)
CAMERON Nora, eldest daughter of Wm. Cameron, carriage-hirer, died at 89 Shore St, Gourock on
24th March 1903 age 15 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1903)
CAMERON Patrick Cameron, Groton, Ardnamurchan, to Jane, youngest daughter of Wm Chisholm, fish
curer, Greenock, at Samloan, Moidart on 30th Oct 1827 (Greenock Advertiser 9.11.1827)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs P. Cameron born at Port Glasgow on 11th Nov 1861 (Greenock
Advertiser 16.11.1861)
CAMERON Grace Fyfe, wife of Donald Cameron, died at Fyfe PI., Kempock, Gourock on 24th Dec 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1885)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs P. Cameron born at Bay St., Port Glasgow on 25th Oct 1868 (Greenock
Advertiser 29.10.1868)
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CAMERON Robert Cameron, night constable with Greenock Harbour Police for 30 years, died at 5
Cowgate Greenock on 13th Jan 1871 age 57 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1871)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Cameron born at 27 Regent St., Greenock on 11th Dec 1863
(Greenock Advertiser 12.12.1863)
CAMERON Neil Cameron, carpenter, son of Hugh Cameron, carpenter, 2 Garvald St., Greenock, died
on the 'Gulf of Venice' on 22nd August 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1897)
CAMERON Peter Cameron to Maggie, 2nd daughter of Thomas Bowie, shipwright, at 14 Regent St.,
Greenock on 28th Feb 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1884)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Peter Cameron, tailor, born at 34 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 24th
March 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1885)
CAMERON Peter Cameron, formerly with Russell & Co., now of Muir & Cameron, iron merchants, died
at his father's, Brisbane St., Greenock on 12th Oct 1899 -- p2 (Port Glasgow Examiner
13.10.1899)
CAMERON Peter, son of Colin & Catherine Cameron, died at 34 Main St., Greenock on 27th July 1905
age 18months (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1905)
CAMERON Peter Cameron, native of Kilfillan, died at Wood's mariner's Asylum, Greenock on 29th Sept
1912 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1912)
CAMERON Peter McVicar, youngest son of late Arch Cameron, Fishery Officer, Stornoway, died at 3
Kelly St., Greenock on 21st Sept 1866 age 19 (Greenock Advertiser 22.9.1866) see John
CAMERON Rachel Morrison, widow of Angus Cameron, Waternish, Skye, died at 20 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock on 28th Oct 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1900))
CAMERON Richard Cameron, step-son of Hugh McNeill, labourer, 8 Customhouse Lane, Greenock
drowned at Paton's Dock, Port Glasgow on 8th August 1881 age 12 (Greenock Telegraph
9.8.1881)
CAMERON Agnes McBryde, wife of Donald Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at her son's, 76 Ann
St., Greenock on 2nd May 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1871)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Kenneth Cameron born at 30 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 2nd April 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1889)
CAMERON John W. Cameron, sailmaker, died at 56 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 24th Sept 1880 age
51 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1880)
CAMERON John Wilson, 2nd son of Thomas Cameron, Queen's porter, died at Glen Cottage, Bedford
St., Greenock on 2nd March 1876 age 3yrs 11months (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1876)
CAMERON Kate, daughter of Hugh & Mary Cameron, painter, died at 32 St Lawrence St., Greenock on
25th Nov 1899 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1899)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Keith Cameron born at 29 Belville St., Greenock on 17th June 1908
(17.6.1908)
CAMERON Kenneth Cameron, grocer, Greenock, to Agnes, daughter of Joseph Lang, at Bridge of Weir
on 7th Dec 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 10.12.1847) see Agnes L.
CAMERON Kenneth, son of John Cameron, gardener, died at Chapelton Gardens, Port Glasgow on
24th Nov 1852 of scarlet fever age 13months (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1852) see Flora
CAMERON Kenneth Cameron, painter, died on 3rd tune 1867 from injuries received in an accident at
Robertson & Co’s shipyard on 31st May 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1867)
CAMERON Mary, youngest daughter of late Duncan Cameron, boatbuilder, to Robert Nicol, engineer, at
1 Carnock St., Greenock on 25th June 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1861) see Mary G.
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Kenneth Cameron, painter, born at 30 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 25th
July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1897)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John D. Cameron, painter, born at 110 Dempster St., Greenock on 28th
March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1898)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Kenneth Cameron, painter, born at 29 Belville St., Greenock on 10th
Feb 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1904)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Kenneth Cameron, painter, born at 62 Belville St., Greenock on 24th June
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1912)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Lachlan Cameron, plumber, born at 42 Lynedoch St., Greenock on
13th May 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1893)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Lachlan Cameron, plumber, born at 42 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
29th Jan 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1897)
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CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Lachlan Cameron born at 42 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 21st Feb 1899
(Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1899)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Lachlan Cameron born at 42 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 21st March
1902 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1902)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Lachlan Cameron, plumber, born at 42 Lynedoch St., Greenock on
17th April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1904)
CAMERON Kenneth Cameron, grocer, to Barbara Couper, eldest daughter of James Easson, merchant
& Vice Consul for Sweden & Norway, at Mount Taylor Cottage, Perth on 1st Feb 1871
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 2.2.1871)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 38 Royal St., Gourock on 7th July 1910 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.7.1910)
CAMERON John Cameron, bricklayer, formerly of Greenock, died at Glasgow Royal Infirmary on 11th
Jan 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1902)
CAMERON John Cameron to Isabella, 2nd youngest daughter of Hugh Smith, at 31 Ardgowan St.,
Greenock on 13th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1902)
CAMERON John Cameron died at 16 Kelly St., Greenock on 20th Nov 1902 age 65 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.11.1902)
CAMERON John Cameron to Mary Ferguson, daughter of late John McNeil, at 42 Margaret St.,
Greenock on 16th April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1903)
CAMERON Son & daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron, engineer, born at 2 Palmerston Buildings,
Brymner St., Greenock on 13th Jan 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1904) Mary died 15th
March 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1904)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 38 Brymner St., Greenock an 9th Feb 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1909)
CAMERON John Cameron to Mary, youngest daughter of Louis Dennie, steward, at 15 Kempock St.,
Gourock on 30th Dec 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1904)
CAMERON John J., son of John Cameron, St John's, Newfoundland, died at Nelson St, Greenock on
27th Jan 1867 age 8yrs 7months (Greenock Advertiser 29.1.1867)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 15 Kempock Pl., Gourock on 20th May 1909
(Greenock Telegraph & Gourock Advertiser 21.5.1909)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs John D. Cameron, painter, born at 26 Bank St., Greenock on 29th Dec
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1907)
CAMERON John Cameron to Elizabeth Weir, daughter of late James Liddell, at 71 Nicolson St.,
Greenock on 30th June 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1905)
CAMERON John Cameron, Pipe Mayor 1st Volunteer Battalion, A. & S. Highlanders, died at 15
Murdieston St., Greenock on 30th April 1906 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1906)
CAMERON John Cameron, Meiklehill, Kirkintilloch, to Kitty, youngest daughter of Joseph Russell, Port
Glasgow, at Seafield, Ardrossan on 20th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1907)
CAMERON John Cameron, saw doctor, formerly of Greenock, died at Glasgow on 16th Dec 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1907)
CAMERON John Cameron, chief engineer, 2nd son of late John Cameron, 40 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock, died at Gulf Port, USA in 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1911) see John 1897
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at Glenorchy Villa, Clune Brae, Port Glasgow on 9th
March 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1913)
CAMERON John Cameron, coppersmith, to Jane Webber, 2nd daughter of Wm. Buchanan, engineer, at
Campbeltown, Inverkip Rd., Greenock on 19th Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1913)
CAMERON Letitia Caskie, widow of Donald Cameron, engineer, Greenock, step daughter of Alex
Boyland, formerly of Greenock, to James Douglas, clerk, at 57, 28 Sherman St., Chicago on
16th Feb 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1893)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs John Cameron born at 15 Kempock Pl., Gourock on 9th Dec 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1906)
CAMERON Margaret McArthur, widow of Duncan Cameron, Kilmorie, Broadfoot, Skye, died at 45
Trafalgar St., Greenock on 7th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1894)
CAMERON Lachlan, eldest surviving son of Donald & Catherine Cameron, died at 5 Orchard St,
Greenock on 8th Feb 1892 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1892)
CAMERON Margaret Barclay, widow of John Cameron, auctioneer, died at 17 Bruce St., Greenock on
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Subject Entry
29th June 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1876) see John
CAMERON Margaret Cunningham, wife of Allan Cameron, wood merchant, died at Ashfield Cottage,
Greenock on 11th Oct 1866 age 54 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1866) see Allan sen
CAMERON Margaret Cunningham, eldest daughter of Allan Cameron, timber merchant, Greenock, to
William Orr, engineer, Paisley, at the Gamble Institute, Gourock on 2nd Jan 1907 (Greenock
Telegraph 3.1.1907) see Allan jun; Jane; Mary
CAMERON Margaret Finnie, wife of John Cameron, shipwright, died at 1 Springkell St., Greenock on
27th Feb 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1895)
CAMERON Margaret Graham, wife of John Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at Clydebank on 30th
May 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1901)
CAMERON Margaret Hunter, widow of Charles Williamson Cameron, died at her son in law's, 15
Bentinck St., Greenock on 11th July 1896 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1896) see
Charles W.
CAMERON Margaret, eldest daughter of late Alex Cameron, died at Smithston on 9th April 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1901)
CAMERON Margaret T. Cameron, mother in law of Daniel Devenney, died at 9 Main St., Greenock in
Jan 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1908)
CAMERON Margaret, 3rd daughter of late James Cameron, Murdieston, to Duncan McNeill, farmer,
Lochwinnoch, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 1st June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph
3.6.1898) see James
CAMERON Margaret McDonald, wife of Donald Cameron, died at 6 West Stewart St., Greenock on 22nd
Sept 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1877 Greenock Advertiser 25.9.1877)
CAMERON Margaret McDougall, wife of James Cameron, died at 61 Vennel, Greenock on 22nd Dec
1913 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1913)
CAMERON Margaret Scott Cameron died at 3 West Burn St., Greenock on 16th Dec 1874 age 47
(Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1874)
CAMERON Margaret Scott,, widow of Alex Cameron, blacksmith, died at 69 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
13th Feb 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1892)
CAMERON Maggie Smith, wife of Duncan Cameron, died at High Carnegie, Port Glasgow on 6th May
1908 age 28 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1908)
CAMERON Marion Lang, daughter of John Cameron, solicitor, to John McLean Inglis, at 18 Eldon St.,
Greenock on 16th July 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1895) see John
CAMERON Marion McLean, wife of Donald Cameron, died at 19 Trafalgar St., Greenock on 15th Sept
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1908)
CAMERON Marion Richardson, infant daughter of Donald Cameron, jun., died at 5 E Blackhall St.,
Greenock on 15th August 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1897)
CAMERON Margaret Jamieson, wife of John Cameron, Glasgow, died at Lunderston, Inverkip on 3rd
Sept 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 6.9.1859)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Cameron born at McCormick's Land, Port Glasgow on 8th March
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1904)
CAMERON Daughter to Capt & Mrs John Cameron born at 26 Patrick St., Greenock on 2nd Nov 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1903)
CAMERON Lillias McPherson Cameron died at Lunderston, Inverkip on 30th May 1882 (Greenock
Advertiser 1.6.1882)
CAMERON Lochlin, eldest son of John Cameron, merchant, Bonavista, died at 11 Nelson St W.,
Greenock on 18th May 1867 age 11 (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1867 Greenock Advertiser
21.5.1867)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs M. Cameron born at 12 Watt St., Greenock on 4th August 1889 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.8.1889)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs M. Cameron born at 65 Nicolson St., Greenock on 7th Sept 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1891)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Cameron born at 51 Regent St., Greenock on 26th June 1869
(Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1869 Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1869)
CAMERON Malcolm Cameron, tailor, formerly of Greenock, died at Rockvale, Cove on 23rd Sept 1877
age 31 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1877)
CAMERON Margaret Barclay, daughter of late John Cameron, auctioneer, died at 8 Trafalgar St.,
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Greenock on 28th March 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1875 Greenock Advertiser
30.3.1875) see John
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Cameron born at 11 Church St., Port Glasgow on 25th March
1902 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1902 Port Glasgow Examiner 28.3.1902)
CAMERON Lachlan Cameron died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock on 29th May 1912 age 76
(Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1912)
CAMERON Manaseh Cameron, farm servant, son of Angus Cameron, 49 Vennel, Greenock, died at
Kilfinnan Hotel, Kyles of Bute on 3rd June 1913 after an accident (Greenock Telegraph
27.6.1913)
CAMERON Margaret, only daughter of Hugh Cameron, to John Gray, merchant, at Greenock an 4th
Sept 1826 (Greenock Advertiser 5.9.1826) see Hugh sen
CAMERON Margarey, only surviving daughter of late Dr Cameron, to John Reid, merchant, Glasgow, at
Greenock on 24th Sept 1830 (Greenock Advertiser 24.9.1830)
CAMERON Margaret 2nd daughter of Hugh Cameron, to John MacdonaId, agent, Kirkwood Colliery,
Glasgow, at 5 Ardgowan St., Greenock on 8th June 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1855)
see Hugh
CAMERON Margaret, only daughter of Peter Cameron, labourer, died at 3 Bearhope St., Greenock on
28th Sept 1883 age 16months (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1883)
CAMERON Maggie, daughter of James Cameron, Port Glasgow, to James Kermode at Balmain, Sydney
on 10th April 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1885)
CAMERON Margaret, 2nd daughter of James Cameron, slater, died at 23 Sir Michael St., Greenock on
8th June 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1886) see John
CAMERON Maggie, only daughter of Peter & Ann Cameron, joiner, died at 11 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 24th Dec 1887 age 3months (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1887)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Cameron born at 11 Church St., Port Glasgow on 17th Jan
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1901 Port Glasgow Examiner 18.1.1901)
CAMERON Angus, 4th son of Daniel Cameron, 20 St Lawrence St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 30th
Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1899)
CAMERON Catherine McKenzie, wife of Dugald Cameron, pilot, died at 33 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
20th Dec 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1882)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron born at 1 Royal Terrace, Gourock on 20th Jan 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1890)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron, quarryman, born at 27 Royal St., Gourock on 1st
June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1892)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron, jun., born at Violet Grove, Gourock on 16th June
1910 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1910)
CAMERON Angus Cameron, timber merchant, Thornhill, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Alex Brown,
foreman engineer, at 11 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow on 11th Nov 1884 (Greenock Telegraph
14.11.1884)
CAMERON Angus Cameron, porter, G & SW Railway, 63 Nicolson St., died at Greenock Infirmary on
25th July 1886 after falling from a window age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1886)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron, quarryman, born at 2 Royal Terrace, Gourock on 7th
March 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1883)
CAMERON Angus Cameron, blacksmith, died at 25 Main St., Greenock on 10th Dec 1895 from burns
age 74 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1895)
CAMERON Angus, son of Angus Cameron, glazier, died at 3 Bearhope St., Greenock on 13th May 1877
age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 14, 5.1877)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron, shipwright, born at 9 E Crawford St., Greenock on 23rd
June 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1905)
CAMERON Angus Cameron, boilermaker, husband of Jeanie, died at 64 Holmscroft St., Greenock on
24th April 1911 age 46 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1911)
CAMERON Angus McKenzie, youngest son of Dugald Cameron, died at 3 Regent St., Greenock on 1st
August 1872 - run over by a lorry (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1872)
CAMERON Ann, eldest daughter of late Alex Cameron, died at 10 Mearns St., Greenock on 6th Feb
1851 (Greenock Advertiser 11.2.1851) see Daniel
CAMERON Ann Cameron to Nathaniel Craig at 1 Mill St., Greenock on 14th Nov 1873 (Greenock
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Telegraph 17.11.1873)
CAMERON Annie Cameron to Alexander McDougall, seaman, at 19 Ingleston Pl., Greenock on 4th Dec
1874 - now 4 Inverkip St (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.2.1899)
CAMERON Angus Cameron to Margaret Douglas, youngest daughter of late James Small, at Mechanics
Institute, Greenock on 19th Oct 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1888) Silver wedding
notice 20.10.1913 - living at 11 Cleddans Pl., Clydebank
CAMERON Allou, son of Allan & Mary Cameron, died at 3 E William St., Greenock on 23rd Oct 1901
age 2yrs 10months (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1901)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron born at 30 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 20th April 1878
(Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1870) Angus died 23rd March 1879 (Greenock Advertiser &
Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1878)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron, timber merchant, born at Oakfield Cottage, Ratho St.,
Greenock on 12th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1880)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron born at Oakfield, Greenock on 24th Sept 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1881) Annie died 28th Sept 1881 (Greenock Telegraph
30.9.1881)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron born at Oakfield East, Greenock on 20th March 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1884)
CAMERON Allan Cameron sen., wood merchant, to Louisa, youngest daughter of late David Shand,
Customs, at 17 Brisbane St., Greenock on 3rd March 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1868
Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1868) see Margaret C; Allan Jun
CAMERON Allan Cameron sen., timber merchant, died at his son in law's, George Hutcheson, 7
Lynedoch St., Greenock on 16th Jan 1893 age 84 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1893)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron born at 1 Royal Terrace, Gourock in Feb 1885 (Greenock
Telegraph 7,2.1885)
CAMERON Allan Cameron, engine keeper, formerly of Islay, died at 10 Boundary St., Port Glasgow on
22nd Dec 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1902)
CAMERON Annie, 3rd daughter of late John Cameron, to James Allardyce, at 26 W Blackhall St.,
Greenock on 29th Dec 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1911)
CAMERON AIlan, son of Lizzie & Wm Cameron, died at 11 Main St., Greenock on 10th April 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1905)
CAMERON Allan Cameron, gamekeeper, Branchalle, Furnace, Loch Fyne, jumped from the 'Lord of the
Isles' at Inchgreen, Greenock on 9th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1911)
CAMERON Allan Cameron, cooper, born Greenock 1826 died in Montreal in Jan 1912 - p2 (Greenock
Telegraph 25.1.1912)
CAMERON Andrew Cameron, merchant, Kilcreggan, to Sarah (Marie), only surviving daughter of late
David & Mrs Wark, 7 Prospecthill, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 30th Oct 1903 (Greenock
Telegraph 31.10.1903)
CAMERON Angus Cameron, gardener, died at Chapelton Garden, Port Glasgow on 27th Jan 1855 age
69 (Greenock Advertiser 29.5.1855)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Angus Cameron, glazier, born at 3 Bearhope St., Greenock on 28th
March 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1877)
CAMERON Allan Cameron to Annie, 2nd daughter of late John Bell, Islay, at 2 Lauriston St., Greenock
on 16th Nov 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1800)
CAMERON Catherine Cameron died at 80 Belville St., Greenock on 22nd Nov 1895 (Greenock
Telegraph 23.11.1895)
CAMERON Caroline, daughter of late John Cameron, engineer, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th Dec
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1911) se Arch. B
CAMERON Catherine, daughter of John Cameron, police officer, died at 34 Inverkip St., Greenock on
30th June 1862 age 22 (Greenock Advertiser 3.7.1862)
CAMERON Catherine, eldest daughter of late James Cameron, to Thomas Miller, chief officer of the
barque 'Seahorse', at 31 Nicolson St., Greenock on 15th Sept 1874 (Greenock Telegraph
16.9.1874)
CAMERON Catherine, wife of Hugh Cameron, carpenter, died at 11 Hill St., Greenock in Dec 1880
(Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1880)
CAMERON Catherine Cameron died at 18 Kilblain St., Greenock on 3rd Nov 1881 age 70 (Greenock
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Subject Entry
Advertiser 4.11.1881)
CAMERON Catherine, youngest daughter of John Cameron, NB Railway, died at 26 W Blackhall St.,
Greenock on 29th Nov 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1888)
CAMERON Annie Cameron, niece of Charles Hendry, died at 1 Ratho St., Greenock on 2nd April 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1886)
CAMERON Catherine, only daughter of Donald Cameron, engineer, to James McCracken, boilermaker,
at 27 Regent St., Greenock on 6th July 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1892)
CAMERON Bella, daughter of Hugh Cameron, to James Smith at 10 E Blackhall St., Greenock on 23rd
August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1907)
CAMERON Catherine, younger daughter of Duncan Cameron, 40 Nicolson St., Greenock, to Duncan
Cunningham McInnes at 18 Reed Rd., Oamary, NZ on 9th Dec 1907 (Greenock Telegraph
27.1.1908)
CAMERON Catherine Ann, daughter of John Cameron, pilot, died at 27 W Blackhall St., Greenock on
15th Feb 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1877)
CAMERON Catherine Grue, wife of John Cameron, died at 1 Kilblain Buildings, Greenock on 7th Oct
1899 age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1899)
CAMERON Catherine Henderson, widow of Arch Cameron, mother of Donald, died at 7 West Breast,
Greenock in April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1884) see Arch ?
CAMERON Catherine McBride, widow of Donald Cameron, blacksmith, died at 5 Regent St., Greenock
on 7th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1898)
CAMERON Catherine McDonald, wife of Daniel Cameron, labourer, died at 7 Dellingburn St., Greenock
on 17th Oct 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1904)
CAMERON Catherine, eldest daughter of Violet B.S. & late John Cameron, boilermaker, died at 29
Belville St., Greenock on 4th June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1892) see John; Ian
CAMERON Archibald Cameron, cooper, died at 86 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock in Dec 1873 – Jan 1874
(Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1874)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron born at 28 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 3rd April 1868
(Greenock Advertiser 4.4.1868)
CAMERON Ann Graham, widow of Robert Cameron, died at 5 E William St., New Hillend, Greenock on
10th July 1879 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1850)
CAMERON Ann Johnston, wife of Alex Cameron, upholsterer, died at 16 Orchard Place, Greenock on
7th Dec 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1870)
CAMERON Annie Macfarlan, wife of Allan Cameron, timber merchant, Greenock, died at 38 Cardwell
Rd., Gourock on 10th Oct 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1904) see Allan
CAMERON Annie McInnes, eldest daughter of Angus Cameron, shipwright, Greenock, to James
Mitchell, Cuminsestwon, Aberdeen, to 2902 Rock Bay Ave., Victoria, BC, on 28th April 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1911)
CAMERON Annie McNicol, native of Glenorchy, wife of Duncan Cameron, Port Glasgow, died at
Glasgow on 10th Dec 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1903)
CAMERON Carolina Leidenroth, wife of John Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at Belfast on 23rd
July 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 27.7.1861)
CAMERON Archibald Cameron, tailor, died at 13 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 21st Feb 1870 age 46
(Greenock Advertiser 22.2.1870)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Gilbert Cameron, rep., born at 21 South St., Greenock on 18th Feb 1908
(Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1902)
CAMERON Archibald Cameron died at 61 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 14th April 1875 age 78 - p2
(Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1875 Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1875)
CAMERON Archibald Cameron, sailmaker, died at 60 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 17th May 1876
age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1876) see Elizabeth C
CAMERON Archibald Cameron, carpenter, husband of Catherine, died at 3 W Stewart St., Greenock, in
May 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1883) see Catherine H?
CAMERON Archibald Cameron, painter, husband of Margaret, died at 22 Antigua St., Greenock on 23rd
Jan 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1905)
CAMERON Archibald B. Cameron, chief engineer, ss ' Geneffe', youngest son of late John Cameron,
engineer, 9 Antigua St., Greenock, died at Palenbang Hospital on 19th Nov 1902 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.1.1902) see Caroline
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CAMERON Agnes McLaren, younger daughter of late Samuel Cameron, Customs, to Andrew Smyth,
Customs, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 21st June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.I898)
see Agnes
CAMERON Annie, only daughter of Hugh Cameron, shipwright, to Ronald Fullarton, at Yielder's Cafe,
Greenock on 30th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1896)
CAMERON Annie Pye Cameron died at 8 Bath St., Gourock on 22nd July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph
22.7.1909 Gourock Advertiser 23.7.1909)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron, school board officer, born at 42 Lynedoch St., Greenock on
7th Dec 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1877 Greenock Advertiser 8.12.1877)
CAMERON Agnes Simpson, wife of Capt Alex Cameron, died at 79 Shore St., Gourock on 5th April
1901 age 65 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1901) see Agnes
CAMERON Alexander Cameron to Jane, eldest daughter of Duncan Cameron, boatbuilder, at 3 St
Andrew's St., Greenock on 13th June 1855 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1855)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, Museum Inn, died at 9 William St., Greenock on 30th June 1872 age
49 (Greenock Advertiser 1.6.1872 Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1872)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, mason, died at 8 Duncan St., Greenock on 18th Dec 1870 age 86
(Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1870)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, solicitor, to Bertha, daughter of late Wm Bone, merchant, at 10 Eldon
St., Greenock on 27th Nov 1877 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 28.11.1877)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, solicitor, Greenock, died at Towerland, Gourock on 22nd Oct 1889 age
43 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1889)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron, P.O., born at 6 Hay St., Greenock on 2nd July 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1893)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, upholsterer, died at 66 Wellington St., Greenock on 22nd Feb 1878
age 61 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 23.2.1878)
CAMERON Agnes Hutton, widow of Kenneth Cameron, mother of Hugh, died at 13 W Stewart St.,
Greenock on 28th Feb 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1889)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron born at 38 Nicolson St., Greenock on 21st August 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1879)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, Bonnybridge, to Mary Thomson, 2nd daughter of Andrew Walker,
shipwright, Greenock, at West Bay, Rothesay on 4th April 1879 (Greenock Telegraph
7.4.1879)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron to Isabella, daughter of late Neil McFee, carver & gilder, at 23 Cathcart
St., Greenock on 27th July 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1883)
CAMERON Alexander, youngest son of Donald Cameron, engineer, died at 27 Belville St., Greenock on
9th Nov 1883 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1883) see Jessie
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron born at 11 W Stewart St., Greenock on 28th Sept 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1884)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron born at 30 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 10th Oct 1876
(Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1876 Greenock Advertiser 14.10.1876)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron, solicitor, born at 53 Esplanade, Greenock on 15th Dec
1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 16, 12.1882)
CAMERON Agnes, widow of Donald Cameron, died at her daughter's, Mrs Tennant, 21 Sir Michael St.,
Greenock on 25th Sept 1862 age 80 (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1862)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron born at 25 Bentinck St., Greenock on 29th July 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1885)
CAMERON Miss Cameron, daughter of late Wm Cameron, surgeon, Greenock, drowned in the Crinan
Canal on 12th August 1829 age 17 (Greenock Advertiser 18.8.1829)
CAMERON Mr Cameron, carpenter, killed in a fall at the new dry dock, Greenock on 12th March 1842
age 60 (Greenock Advertiser 15.3.1842)
CAMERON Son to Lieut-Col & Mrs Cameron, 79th Regiment Cameron Highlanders, born at Greenock in
Feb or March 1814 (Greenock Advertiser 7.3.1814)
CAMERON Daughter to Capt & Mrs Cameron born at Royal St., Gourock on 25th July 1875 (Greenock
Telegraph 26.7.1875)
CAMERON Mrs A. Cameron died at 7 Main St., Greenock on 24th May 1895 (Greenock Telegraph
24.5.1895)
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CAMERON Agnes McIllquhan, widow of James Cameron, schoolmaster, Gourock, died at 2 Clifton
Grove Crescent, Glasgow on 20th March 1854 age 80 (Greenock Advertiser 23.3.1854) see
James; John; Helen
CAMERON Agnes, daughter of late Duncan Cameron, boatbuilder, to James Macdonald, engineer, ss
"Patino', at 1 Carnock St., Greenock on 26th Dec 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 27.12.1860)
see Mary G.; Jane; Duncan
CAMERON Agnes Lang, wife of Kenneth Cameron, grocer, died at Hope Pl., Antigua St., Greenock, on
20th Jan 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1870) see Kenneth
CAMERON Agnes, youngest daughter of Capt Alex Cameron, died at 57 Shore St., Gourock on 24th
March 1895 age 19yrs 8months (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1895) see Agnes S.; Alex; Helen
S
CAMERON Agnes, youngest daughter of Donald Cameron, died at 8 Chapel St., Greenock on 7th July
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1901) see Alice
CAMERON Agnes, widow of Allan Cameron, Port Glasgow, died at Kilbowie Rd., Clydebank on 16th
Sept 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1903) see Allan
CAMERON Agnes, daughter of Hugh & Janet Cameron, boilermaker, 13 Regent St., died at Greenock
Infirmary on 27th March 1904 age 10yrs 4months (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1904)
CAMERON Agnes, only child of Wm & Jenny Cameron, died at 16 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 23rd
August 1910 age 2months (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1910)
CAMERON Agnes Gilchrist, wife of Hugh Cameron, tugboat man, died at Greenock on 13th July 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1911)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron, P.O., born at 97 Dempster St., Greenock on 10th May
1895 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1895)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs A.F. Cameron, wine & spirit merchant, born at 25 Dempster St.,
Greenock on 16th Jan 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1891)
CAMERON Alice, 5th daughter of Donald Cameron, boilermaker, to Robert Milne, engineer, at 6 Chapel
St. Greenock on 29th August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1907) see Agnes
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs A.F. Cameron, grocer, born at 64 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 22nd
April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1884)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex F. Cameron, grocer, born at 38 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 28th
June 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1887)
CAMERON Alexander Gordon Cameron, boatbuilder, formerly of Greenock, died at 56 Queen St.,
Govan on 2nd Dec 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1890)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex G. Cameron, boatbuilder, born at 1 Carnock St., Greenock on 12th
August 1861 (Greenock Advertiser 13.8.1861)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex G. Cameron, boatbulder, born at Barnard's Buildings, 54 E Hamilton
St., Greenock on 27th Jan 1866 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 30.1.1866)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex G. Cameron, boatbuilder, born at the Glen, Port Glasgow on 26th
March 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 29.5.1869)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron to Winifred Smith, formerly of Gourock, at Helensburgh on 9th July
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1886)
CAMERON Alexander Nisbet Cameron, former chief officer ss 'Gulf of Trinidad', son of Wm Cameron,
painter, died at 47 Brisbane St., Greenock on 19th Dec 1889 age 30 (Greenock Telegraph
20.12.1889)
CAMERON Alexander F. Cameron, grocer, to Agnes, youngest daughter of late Arch Taylor, at 112
Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 18th June 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.6.1879) Golden
wedding notice 23.6.1904, living at 9 Elm Pl., Aberdeen
CAMERON Alice Dick, wife of Peter Cameron, tailor, died at 2 Murdieston St., Greenock on 15th April
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1901)
CAMERON Alistair Ian, infant son of John Cameron, died at Low Murdieston Farm, Greenock on 1st Dec
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1901)
CAMERON Allan Cameron, Jun., wood merchant, Greenock, to Annie, youngest daughter of late Robert
Macfarlane, Bothessan, at Ardrishag on 29th Dec 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1866) see
Jessie Macf; Annie Macf, Allan se; Margaret C
CAMERON Allan Cameron, timber merchant, 25 Cardwell Rd., Gourock, died at Ballindrait, Co. Donegal
on 23rd Sept 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1909)
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CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron, wood merchant, born at 28 E Hamilton St., Greenock on
18th Nov 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 20.11.1866)
CAMERON Bessie Brown, widow of John Cameron, Whitehaven, daughter of James M. Hill, 52
Esplanade, Greenock died on 19th Feb 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1899) see John
CAMERON Alexander Ker, youngest son of Alex & Jeanie Cameron, fitter, died at 46 Wellington St.,
Greenock on 19th Feb 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1911) see Alex
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, flesher, husband of Margaret, died at 26 Bank St., Greenock on 22nd
Oct 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1904)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron born at 97 Dempster St., Greenock On 6th March 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1897)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron born at 97 Dempster St., Greenock on 19th Sept 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1900)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron, P.O., born at 18 Murdieston St., Greenock on 10th Dec
1902 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1902)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, joiner, husband of Jessie McCallum, died at Greenock Infirmary on 8th
June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1894)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, engineer, formerly of Greenock, died at Borstal, Kent on 21st August
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1894)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron to Jeanie, youngest daughter of John Buchanan, joiner, at 8 Hill St.,
Greenock on 23rd April 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1897) see Alex K.
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex F. Cameron, wool sorter, born at 83 Dempster St., Greenock on
9th Nov 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1881)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, flesher, to Marguerite Alexander, only daughter of Thomas Glass, chief
engineer, ss 'Alagonia', at 7 Dempster St., Greenock on 12th July 1898 (Greenock
Telegraph 13.7.1898)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Alex F. Cameron, wool sorter, born at 116 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on
1st August 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1880)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, former yacht master, died at 79 Shore St., Gourock on 23rd May 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1902) see Agnes
CAMERON Rev Alexander Cameron, Annbank, to Janet Taylor, youngest daughter of Mrs Armour, 21
Nelson St W., at Tontine, Greenock on 28th July 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1903)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, seaman, 8 Merryland St., Govan, killed on ss 'Lizard', at West Quay
Greenock on 6th Nov 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1903)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron died at 29 Royal St., Gourock on 1st August 1907 age 68 (Greenock
Telegraph 3.8.1907)
CAMERON Alexander Cameron, Harcourt House, Dunoon, son of Duncan Cameron, Glen Orchy, Chine
Brae, Port Glasgow, believed lost with ss 'Wyneric' from Baltimore to Guayaguil left
Barbados on 15th April 1913 (Port Glasgow Examiner 1.8.1913)
CAMERON Alexander Arthur Cameron, marine engineer, Port Glasgow, to Annie M. Smith Hamilton,
eldest daughter of John Smith, fitter, Lilybank, Grant St., Greenock at Broadway, Stratford,
London on 31st Jan 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1912)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Cameron born at 30 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 14th July 1874
(Greenock Advertiser 18.7.1874) Angus Macfarlane died on 28th July 1876 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.6.1876 Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1876)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron, fitter, born at 10 Carwood St., Greenock on 14th May
1900 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1900)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron, husband of Helen McDonald, died at 40 Nicolson St., Greenock on 14th
March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1911)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron, auctioneer, born at 69 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
3rd August 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1895)
CAMERON Barbara Miller, widow of Daniel Cameron, causewayer, died at 5 Tobago St., Greenock on
29th August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1907) see Daniel
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron, blacksmith, born at 69 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 5th
Feb 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1900) Duncan Angus died 7th August 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.8.1900)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron, blacksmith, born at 51 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 18th
BMD Index
Subject Entry
August 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 18, 8.1902)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron born at 51 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 24th June 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1906)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron to Margaret, eldest daughter of Daniel Adams, at 24 Belville St., Greenock
on 10th August 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1900)
CAMERON Lizzie, 2nd daughter of Stephen & Annie Cameron, died at 39 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
24th Nov 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1899)
CAMERON Duncan, only surviving child of John & Isabella Cameron, died at Cairn Terrace, Port
Glasgow on 7th Jan 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1906 Port Glasgow Examiner
10.1.1906)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron, joiner, formerly of Greenock, died at 554 West 52nd St., New York on 6th
Dec 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1886)
CAMERON Duncan B. Cameron, joiner, to Elizabeth Branks, youngest daughter of late John Davidson,
at Craigie Cottage, Gourock on 1st June 1869 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
3.6.1869)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan B. Cameron born at Craigie Cottage, Gourock on 6th May 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1870 Greenock Advertiser 7.5.1870)
CAMERON Duncan McLaren, younger son of Samuel Cameron, Customs, died at 40 Nelson St. W.,
Greenock on 13th Nov 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1880)
CAMERON Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of late Alex Cameron, Greenock, to Alexander McLarty, chief
engineer, B.I.Co's ss 'Oooryia', at Glasgow on 8th July 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1879
Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1879)
CAMERON Elizabeth, daughter of late Hugh Cameron, Greenock, to William Moir, merchant,
Auchnagaat, at 9 Airlie Pl., Dundee on 11th Sept 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1888)
CAMERON Donald Smith, son of Duncan Cameron, sailmaker, died at 10 Hope St., Greenock on 16th
Oct 1886 age 4 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1886)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron, caulker, Daluran Terrace, Campbeltown, husband of Margaret Adams,
youngest son of late John Cameron, 40 St Lawrence St., Greenock, and Mrs Cameron, E.
William St., Greenock, died at Broadstone Hospital, Port Glasgow on 22nd Nov 1909 after
an accident at the Kingston Yard (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1909 Port Glasgow Examiner
24.11.1909)
CAMERON Dugald Cameron, former auctioneer, died at Greenock on 8th Oct 1907 (Greenock
Telegraph 11.10.1907)
CAMERON Donald S. Cameron, rigger, husband of Euphemia, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th May
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1897)
CAMERON Dougald Cameron, painter, formerly of 78th Highlanders, died at his brother's, 21 Bearhope
St., Greenock on 3rd Dec 1878 age 54 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
4.12.1878)
CAMERON Dugald, youngest son of John Cameron, auctioneer, died at 15 Cross-shore St., Greenock
on 29th May 1852 age l0yrs 8months (Greenock Advertiser 1.6.1852)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Cameron born at 25 Regent St., Greenock on 6th Jan 1858
(Greenock Advertiser 8.1.1858)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Dugald Cameron born at 25 Regent St., Greenock on 3rd Dec 1859
(Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1859)
CAMERON Dugald Cameron, joiner, to Marget Baxter at 18 Wellington St., Greenock on 26th Nov 1880
(Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1880)
CAMERON Catherine Marquis, daughter of late Wm Cameron, painter, to James H. Whiteford at 21
Brisbane St,, Greenock on 16th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1893)
CAMERON Captain Dugald Cameron, deep sea pilot, father of Daniel, died at 15 W Stewart St.,
Greenock on 31st Oct 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1887)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron, labourer, husband of Ellen, died at 19 Main St., Greenock on 19th March
1890 age 48 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1890)
CAMERON Dugald, youngest son of Angus Cameron, quarry manager, died at Laurel Bank, 42 Albert
Rd., Gourock on 5th July 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1908 Gourock Advertiser
10.7.1908) see Hugh
CAMERON Duncan Cameron died at 25 Charles St., Greenock on 23rd April 1858 (Greenock Advertiser
BMD Index
Subject Entry
27.4.1858)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron, boatbuilder, died at 1 Carnock St., Greenock on 9th Sept 1859 (Greenock
Advertiser 10.9.1859) see Agnes
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron, joiner, born at 3 Brachelston St., Greenock on 3rd
Dec 1878 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 5.12.1878)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron, sailmaker, born at 10 Hope St., Greenock on 27th Oct
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 27, 10.1886)
CAMERON Duncan, son of late Duncan Cameron, sailmaker, died at 105 Port Glasgow Rd., Greenock
on 17th Oct 1888 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1888)
CAMERON Elizabeth, eldest daughter of late Arch Cameron, sailmaker, died at 15 Brice St., Greenock
on 26th Dec 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1904) see Arch
CAMERON Dugald Cameron, joiner, died at 42 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 4th Jan 1886 age 30
(Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1886)
CAMERON George Cameron, upholsterer, Edinburgh, to Mary, eldest daughter of Wm Cameron,
Edinburgh, at Finnart House, Greenock on 27th April 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 29.4.1865)
CAMERON Ewen, eldest son of late Duncan Cameron, farmer, Ferenish, Morven, to Jeanie, eldest
daughter of James Bowie, boilermaker, 5 Union St., at Arcade Hall, Greenock on 9th Feb
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1894)
CAMERON Fergus Cameron, marine engineer, to Jean, elder daughter of George Fowlis, aerated water
manufacturer, at 7 Brisbane St., Greenock on 17th August 1908 - address 48 Laburnum
Ave., Hull (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1908)
CAMERON Flora, age 6 and a half died 6th Oct 1863, John, age 4 died 7th Oct 1863 of diphtheria,
children of John Cameron, Chapelton Gardens, Port Glasgow (Greenock Advertiser
8.10.1863) see Isabella McI, Mary; John; Kenneth
CAMERON Flora, daughter of Dugald Cameron, mariner, to Samuel Hutcheson, engineer, at 18
Wellington St., Greenock on 22nd June 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1876)
CAMERON Flora McKenzie, wife of Peter Cameron, formerly of Greenock, died at Dorchester, Mass, on
22nd Oct 1908 age 84 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1908)
CAMERON Frances CaroIine, wife of Sir Charles Cameron, M.P. died at Balclutha, Greenock on 25th
Jan 1899 - 2 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1899) see Frances E; Sir Charles
CAMERON Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Peter Cameron, tailor, to Thomas Telfer, at 26 Bruce St.,
Greenock, on 21st June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1895)
CAMERON Frances Jane Shears, wife of John Cameron, accountant, died at Chisholm Buildings,
Nelson St. W., Greenock on 13th Oct 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1868 Greenock
Advertiser 15.10.1868)
CAMERON Euphemia Smith, only daughter of late Duncan & Mrs Cameron, 31 Lynedoch St., to
Samuel, eldest son of Ferguson Kennedy, baker, 11 Union St., at Waverley Hotel, Greenock
on 25th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1907)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Cameron, blacksmith, born at 77 Regent St., Greenock on 6th
Oct 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1895)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs George Cameron, blacksmith, born at 4 Mearns St., Greenock on 14th
March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1897) Gabriel Stevenson died 13th May 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1898)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Cameron born at 4 Mearns St., Greenock on 26th Feb 1899
(Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1899)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Cameron, iron driller, born at 3 York St., Greenock on 6th
March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1897)
CAMERON George Cameron, saw miller, Greenock, formerly of Clydebank, died at 16 John St, Gourock
on 10th May 1903 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1903)
CAMERON Gilbert Cameron, builder, died at Washington Cottage, Glenside, Greenock on 6th Nov 1866
(Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1866 Greenock Advertiser 8.11.1866) see Mary M
CAMERON Frances Eleanor, only daughter of Sir Charles Cameron, MP., Balcutha, Greenock, to Cdr.
Clifton Scalter, RN., son of Robert Scalter, J.P. Swanage, Dorset, at St Peter's, Cranley
Gdns, London on 21st Feb 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1900) see Frances
CAMERON Elizabeth Mowat, 2nd daughter of Malcolm & Elizabeth Cameron, died at 11 Church St., Port
Glasgow on 8th Oct 1902 age 7months (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1902)
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CAMERON Lizzie, daughter of Annie & James Cameron, died at 4 Chapel St., Greenock on 7th Sept
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1908)
CAMERON Elizabeth Bell, wife of Donald Cameron, died at 7 John St., Greenock on 30th August 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1870) see Elizabeth B
CAMERON Elizabeth Bell, daughter of Donald Cameron, Greenock, to James Ogilvy at Strathearn Halls
on 28th April 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1882) see Elizabeth B
CAMERON Elizabeth Blyth, eldest daughter of Peter Cameron, tailor, to James Brodie at 69 Dempster
St., Greenock on 29th Dec 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1912).
CAMERON Elizabeth Doig, daughter of John & Catherine Cameron, boilermaker, died at 3 Orchard St.,
Greenock on 30th August 1887 age 21months (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1887) see James
G.
CAMERON Elizabeth Law, youngest daughter of Robert & Isabella Cameron, blacksmith, 69 Regent St.,
died at Greenock Infirmary on 11th Sept 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1902)
CAMERON Evan, 3rd son of Violet Boyd Shearer & John Cameron, 22 Stanners St., Greenock, drowned
at La Plata, S. America on 10th Sept 1905 age 35 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1905)
CAMERON Elizabeth McMeekin, wife of Alex Cameron, died at 29 Royal St., Gourock on 16th June
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1907)
CAMERON Evan, infant son of John & Sarah Cameron, died at 4 Ingleston St., Greenock on 30th July
1903 age 11months (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1903)
CAMERON Elizabeth N. Dale, wife of Wm Cameron, painter, died at 7 Boyd St., Greenock on 20th June
1863 (Greenock Advertiser 23.6.1863) 1st wife
CAMERON Ellen, eldest surviving daughter of late Donald Cameron, blacksmith, died at 5 Regent St.,
Greenock on 8th July 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1881)
CAMERON Ellen Fallon, daughter of Lachlan & Maggie Cameron, plumber, died at 42 Lynedoch St.,
Greenock on 4th Oct 1900 age 7yrs 4months (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1900) see Ellen J.
CAMERON Ellen Josephine, daughter of Lachlan & Maggie Cameron, plumber, died at 42 Roxburgh St.,
Greenock on 24th March 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1907) see Ellen F
CAMERON Emily Agnes, youngest daughter of John Cameron, died at Chisholm's Land, Nelson St. W.,
Greenock on 6th Sept 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 10.9.1867)
CAMERON Euphenia, eldest daughter of Wm Cameron, 84 Belville St., Greenock, formerly of 72nd
Highlanders, to Ensign Richardson at Ceylon on 19th Jan 1904 (Greenock Telegraph
20.1.1904)
CAMERON Duncan Cameron, blacksmith, to Margaret Stirling, youngest daughter of James Smith, at
Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 12th Sept 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1894)
CAMERON Elizabeth McCrouther, wife of Arch Cameron, died at 51 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 6th
July 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1867)
CAMERON Daniel Cameron, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 16 Wallace Grove Pl., Glasgow on 17th
June 1876 age 64 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1876)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs D.K. Cameron born at 85 Wellington St., Greenock on 13th Nov 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1881)
CAMERON Daniel, son of late Alex Cameron, died at Mearns St., Greenock on 9th Sept 1850
(Greenock Advertiser 10.9.1850) see Ann
CAMERON Daniel Cameron, joiner, to Margaret, daughter of Francis Stevenson, blacksmith, at Cardwell
Bay, Gourock on 25th June 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1869)
CAMERON Daniel Cameron, engineer, to Jane, only daughter of James Ellis, engineer, at 6 Chapel St.,
Greenock on 2nd August 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1873)
CAMERON Daniel Cameron, 2nd engineer, formerly of Lynedoch St., Greenock, husband of Jane, West
St., Glasgow died off the Cumbraes on the steamer 'Princess Alexandra on 3rd August 1891
- his father lives at 9 Antigua St., Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1891)
CAMERON Son & Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron, engineer, born at 46 Crawfurd St., Greenock
on 23rd May 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1874)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron, clerk, born at 8 Brisbane St., Greenock on 8th May 1899
(Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1899)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron, engineer, born at 36 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 6th
Nov 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1880)
CAMERON Donald N., son of late Capt D. Cameron, died at 11 Bank St., Greenock on 13th August
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1912 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1912) see Donald
CAMERON Daniel Cameron, pavier, 5 Tobago St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 1st Sept 1888 age 57
(Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1888) see Barara M
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron born at 1 Hill St., Greenock on 22nd Feb 1890 (Greenock
Telegraph 24.2.1890)
CAMERON Daniel Cameron, formerly of Greenock, to Frances Charlotte Farnie at the Mission House,
Alival St., Durban on 9th Dec 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1896)
CAMERON Stn to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron born at 20 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 11th Sept 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1897)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron born at 20 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 23rd Oct 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1898)
CAMERON Daniel Cameron to Jessie, daughter of Wm Smith, Town Chamberlain, at 2 Esplanade,
Greenock on 14th July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1898)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron, engineer, born at 10 Hamilton St., Greenock on 17th
Feb 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1875)
CAMERON Christina Cameron, late of 2 Church St., died at James Melville's, 73 Kempock St., Gourock
on 11th June 1913 age 85 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1913)
CAMERON Charles Cameron, carpenter, killed in an accident at Robert Duncan's shipyard, Port
Glasgow on 26th March 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1869 Greenock Advertiser
30.3.1869)
CAMERON Sir Charles Cameron, M.P., Balculutha, Greenock to Blanche, younger daughter of late
Arthur & Mrs Penman, 24 Woodburn Grove, London, at St Olaves, Stoke Newington on 14th
July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1900) see Frances C.
CAMERON Daughter to Sir Charles & Lady Cameron born at 7 Courtfield Gdns, South Kensington on
30th Oct 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1901)
CAMERON Son to Sir Charles & Lady Cameron born at Glenridge, Virginia Water on 26th Nov 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1903)
CAMERON Charles Williamson Cameron, cabinetmaker, died at 15 Bentinck St., Greenock on 30th July
1896 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1896) see Margaret H.
CAMERON Christina, elder daughter of Andrew Cameron, cabinetmaker, Greenock, to Andrew Mackie
jun., at Stirling's Rd., Glasgow on 8th July 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 12.7.1859)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs D.K. Cameron born at 85 Wellington St., Greenock on 15th May 1878
(Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1878)
CAMERON Christina, twin daughter of Christina & Robert Cameron, died at 80 Belville St., Greenock on
11th April 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1911)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs D. Cameron, formerly of Greenock, born at Dundee, Natal on 12th
Sept 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1896)
CAMERON Christina Ferguson, elder surviving daughter of John Cameron, painter, died at 14
Murdieston St., Greenock on 28th June 1885 age 20 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1885) see
Christina F
CAMERON Christina Ferguson, wife of John Cameron, painter, died at 4 Academy Pl., Finnart St.,
Greenock on 9th Sept 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1903) see Christina F
CAMERON Christina Gillies, wife of Donald Cameron, died at 6 Customhouse Lane, Port Glasgow on
27th Jan 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1913)
CAMERON Christina McColl, widow of James Cameron, died at 22 Brisbane St., Greenock on 13th May
1888 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1888)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Cameron born at 69 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 29th Dec
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1897)
CAMERON Christina Nisbet, eldest daughter of Wm Cameron, house decorator, to Robert L. Muiries,
builder, Bellshill, at 23 Brisbane St., Greenock on 30th March 1886 (Greenock Telegraph
31.3.1886)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Colin Cameron, ploughman, born at Cunston, Kilmacolm on 21st May
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1892)
CAMERON Christina, eldest daughter of James Cameron, to John McMillan at Conservative Halls,
Greenock on 28th Nov 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1888)
CAMERON Donald, son of Hugh & Mary Cameron, painter, died at 10 E Blackhall St., Greenock on 28th
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July 1902 age 6months (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1902)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, joiner, son of late D. Cameron, Caledonian Hotel, Fort William, died at
Greenock Infirmary on 9th Dec 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1890)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, master mariner, died at 15 Bank St., Greenock on 20th June 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1902) see Donald N.
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron jun., joiner, born at 5 Rue-end St., Greenock on 6th April
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1894)
CAMERON Donald, son of Mary & Angus Cameron, quarryman, died at 27 Royal St., Gourock on 4th
May 1896 age 11months (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1896)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, plumber, to Catherine, daughter of James Murphy, at 13 Ingleston St.,
Greenock on 29th June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1899)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, plumber, husband of Catherine, died at 2 St Andrew St., Greenock on 7th
Nov 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1901)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, husband of Mary, died at 3 Manse Lane, Greenock in Sept 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1899)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron, joiner, born at 22 Hopeton St., Gourock on 20th Oct
1900 (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1900)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron born at 15 Bank St., Greenock on 22nd March 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1894)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, Morven, Argyll, died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock on 24th
October 1906 age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1906)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, engineer, formerly of 13 Lyle St., Greenock., died at 1 Thomson Terrace
Renfrew on 25th Nov 1906 - buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1906)
CAMERON Donald Cameron died at his son in law's, John Tulloch, 37 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 2nd
Dec 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1908)
CAMERON Donald Cameron died at his son's, 62 Regent St., Greenock on 24th March 1909 (Greenock
Telegraph 25.3.1909)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron born at 8 Brisbane St., Greenock on 18th Nov 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1900)
CAMERON Christina McLeod, only surviving daughter of late Arch Cameron, Officer of Fisheries,
Stornoway, died at 3 Kelly St., Greenock on 1st March 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1866)
see John
CAMERON Daughter to late Donald & Mrs Cameron born at 2 St Andrew St., Greenock on 24th July
1902 (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1902)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs David Cameron born at 3 Brachelston St., Greenock on 8th June 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1912)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Daniel Cameron, clerk, born at 8 Sandringham Terrace Greenock on
11th Oct 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1902)
CAMERON Daniel, son of late Robert Cameron, Jeffersonville and Greenock, died at Louisville,
Kentucky on 5th March 1905 age 52 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1905)
CAMERON David Cameron, causewayer, husband of Agnes, died at 1 Bearhope St., Greenock on 8th
Feb 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1898)
CAMERON David Wallace Cameron to Gertrude, youngest daughter of late George Paisley,
patternmaker, at the Manse, Greenock on 15th March 1907 (Greenock Telegraph
18.3.1907)
CAMERON Donald, youngest son of Hugh Cameron, joiner, died at 21 Trafalgar St., Greenock on 10th
Dec 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1895)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Cameron, machinist, born at 3 Brachelston St., Greenock on
18th August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1909)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron born at 23 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 5th August
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1891)
CAMERON Donald Cameron died at 29 Ingleston St., Greenock on 3rd Oct 1867 (Greenock Telegraph
5.10.1867)
CAMERON Donald Cameron, blacksmith, died at 5 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 13th March 1871
(Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1871)
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CAMERON Donald Cameron to Jane Castles, eldest daughter of Arch Whyte, engine driver, at 23
Lynedoch St., Greenock on 5th Jan 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1887)
CAMERON Donald Cameron to Frances, youngest daughter of late Alex McBean, Inverness, at 47
Crawfurd St., Greenock on 19th Nov 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1871)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron, police officer, born at W Blackhall St., Greenock on 8th
Jan 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1874 Greenock Advertiser 10.1.1874)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron, joiner, born at 15 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 28th Dec
1875 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1875)
CAMERON Donald Cameron died at 85 Shore St., Gourock on 25th Jan 1884 age 86 (Greenock
Telegraph 28.1.1884.)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Cameron born at 28 E Hamilton St., Greenock on 5th May 1871
(Greenock Advertiser 6.5.1871)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs David W. Cameron, machinist, born at 36 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 4th
July 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1908)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Whyte born at 23 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 20th Nov 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1887)
CAMERON William Hart Miller, son of Angus Cameron, glazier, died at 53 Shaw St., Greenock on 9th
May 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1874)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 30 Brisbane St., Greenock on 23rd Sept 1869
(Greenock Advertiser 25.9.1869)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 22 Kelly St., Greenock on 1s June 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1872)
CAMERON William, son of Hugh Cameron Jun, died at 28 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 17th June 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1883)
CAMERON William Cameron, boilermaker, husband of Joan, died at 19 Nicolson St., Greenock in Dec
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 35.12.1891)
CAMERON William, infant son of John Cameron, died at 1 Kilblain Buildings, Greenock on 14th Jan
1900 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1900)
CAMERON William Cameron, yachtmaster, died at 2 Church Po., Gourock on 19th August 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1907)
CAMERON William Cameron died at Greenock Infirmary on 8th Oct 1912 (Greenock Telegraph
10.10.1912)
CAMERON William Cameron, formerly of 72nd (Duke of Albany's Own) Highlanders, husband of Jane
Haldane, died at 2 Kilblain St., Greenock on 8th Nov 1912 - obit p2 18.11.1912 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.11.1812)
CAMERON William Cameron, moulder, 120 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock drowned 14th Dec 1912 body
found 21st Jan 1913 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1913)
CAMERON William Dick, eldest twin son of Wm Cameron, house painter, died at Mrs Dick's, 24
Brisbane St., Greenock on 26th May 1869 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
27.5.1869)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 1 Kelly St., Greenock on 20th March 1868
(Greenock Advertiser 21.3.1868)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Wm D. Cameron born at 2 Norman Terrace, Gourock on 26th Dec 1911 -
died on same day (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1911)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 22 Kelly St., Greenock on 4th Jan 1871 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.1.1871 Greenock Advertiser 7.1.1871)
CAMERON William M. Cameron, nephew of John Cameron, died at Gateside Hospital in August 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1912)
CAMERON William Cameron, clerk, Mercantile Marine Office, son of late Neil Cameron, Fishery Officer,
Stornoway, died at Cromwell St., Greenock on 7th Dec 1868 (Greenock Advertiser
10.12.1868)
CAMERON William R. Cameron to Maggie Burn, younger daughter of Allan Allison, at 71 Nicolson St.,
Greenock on 18th August 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1891)
CAMERON William R. Cameron, manager, husband of Maggie, died at 33 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
13th Nov 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1898)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Wm R. Cameron, manager, born at 31 Dempster St., Greenock on 25th
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Subject Entry
May 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1892) William Russell died at 33 Roxburgh St. on 1st
Nov 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1895)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Wm R. Cameron born at 31 Dempster St., Greenock on 20th Feb 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1894)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm R. Cameron, manager, born at 33 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
27th May 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1896)
CAMERON William Steel, son of George & Maggie Cameron, iron driller, 5 York St. died at Greenock
Infirmary on 11th June 1898 age 13 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1898)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Robert W. Cameron, auctioneer, born at 84 Union St., Greenock on 30th
August 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1888)
CAMERON William Dick Cameron, Greenock to Mary ElIen, youngest daughter of Mrs McDade, 2
Church PI., Gourock, at Muswell Hill, London on 31st August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph
2.9.1909 Gourock Advertiser 3.9.1909)
CAMERON Thomas Cameron, moulder with Smith & Tulloch, drowned in a boating accident off
Cartsdyke on 17th Nov 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 19.11.1850)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs S.H. Cameron born at 4 Garvald St., Greenock on 1st June 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1913)
CAMERON Samuel Cameron, Customs, to Maggie, 2nd daughter of Duncan McLaren, at Drumfrochar
Rd., Greenock on 17th Sept 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1868)
CAMERON Samuel Cameron, clerk Greenock Customs, missing since beginning of Dec found off
Rothesay on 22nd Dec1895 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1895)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel Cameron, Customs born at Ashbourne Pl., 97 Roxburgh St.,
Greenock on 16th Feb 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1872) Mary Eason died 3rd August
1873 (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1873)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Samuel Cameron born at Ashbourne Pl., Greenock on 6th March 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1873)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Samuel Cameron, Customs, born at 40 Nelson St. W., Greenock on 30th
Dec 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1884)
CAMERON Samuel Cameron Jun, timber merchant, Glasgow, to Mary, daughter of late John Warden,
Appin, at 20 Hope St., Greenock on 25th Oct 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 28.10.1876)
CAMERON Samuel Cameron to Margaret, daughter of James Arthur, boilermaker, 3 Lauriston St at
Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 28th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1912)
CAMERON Sarah, daughter of Dugald Cameron, mariner, died at 3 Regent St., Greenock on 22nd
August 1869 age 11 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1869)
CAMERON William Cameron, painter, formerly of Greenock, died at New York on 3rd August 1881 age
37 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1881)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Stephenson Cameron born at 30 Ann St., Greenock on 1st July 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1886)
CAMERON Twin sons to Mr. & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 7 Boyd St., Greenock on 23rd Nov 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 24.11.1866 Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1866)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Cameron, Queen’s Porter, born at Glen Cottage, Bedford St.,
Greenock on 4th April 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1876)
CAMERON William Cameron, painter, to Elizabeth Boyde, eldest surviving 4daughter of Wm Dick,
cooper, at 62 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 9th March 1864 (Greenock Advertiser 10.3.1864)
2nd wife 1st see Elizabeth N.Dale
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Cameron born at Glen Cottage, Greenock on 29th May 1880
(Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1880)
CAMERON Thomas Cameron to Jane, elder daughter of Matthew McEwen, fireman, 32 Ann St. at
Forester's Hall, Greenock an 29th Dec 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1890)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Cameron, traveller, born at 97 Dempster St., Greenock on
14th Oct 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1900)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Cameron born at 97 Dempster St., Greenock on 17th August 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1902)
CAMERON Una Cameron died at 32 Inverkip St., Greenock on 17th Jan 1887 (Greenock Telegraph
18.1.1887)
CAMERON William Cameron, surgeon, died at Greenock on 2nd Feb 1821 (Greenock Advertiser
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Subject Entry
9.2.1821)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 11 Antigua St., Greenock on 26th July 1854
(Greenock Advertiser 28.7.1854)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 10 Brisbane St., Greenock on 3rd march 1861
(Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1861)
CAMERON Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Cameron born at Glen Cottage, Bedford St., Greenock on 2nd
June 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1878)
CAMERON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cameron born at 7 Boyd St., Greenock on 10th August 1865
(Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1865) Elizabeth Dale died 13th July 1866 (Greenock Advertiser
14.7.1866)
CAMERON Sarah Galbreath, widow of Alex Cameron, forester, Stonefield, died at her brother's, John
Galbreath, 4 Nelson St W., Greenock in Oct 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1878)
CAMERON William Cameron, painter, died at 47 Brisbane St., Greenock on 13th March 1890 age 63 -
obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1890)
CAMFIELD Daughter to Mr, & Mrs G. Camfield, HMS Benbow, born at 12 Ardgowan St W., Greenock on
12th April 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1896)
CAMM Son to Mr & Mrs Charles Camm, rigger, born at 8 E Shaw St., Greenock on 23rd June 1867
(Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1867)
CAMM Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles Camm, rigger, born at 44 Upper Kelly St., Greenock on 18th
Oct 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1869)
CAMM Charles Smith, eldest surviving son of Charles & Catherine Camm, 19 Ingleston St.,
Greenock, drowned at Queen's Dock, Glasgow on 19th Nov 1887 age 20yrs 5months
(Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1887)
CAMM John Currie, only son of Charles Camm, rigger, died at 17 Cathcart St., Greenock on 19th
Nov 1866 (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1866)
CAMM Catherine Currie, wife of Charles Camm, rigger, died at Greenock in Jan 1892 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.1.1892)
CAMMACK Daughter to Mr & Mrs Wm Cammack, fitter, born at 32 St Lawrence St., Greenock on 24th
June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1907)
CAMMACK Son to Mr & Mrs Wm Cammack, fitter, born at 8 Lyle St., Greenock on 10th Nov 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1910)
CAMMACK Maggie, only daughter of late Hugh L. Cammack, to Robert Scott, at Wesleyan C Church,
Ardgowan St., Greenock on 4th March 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1904) see Hugh
CAMMACK John, 4th son of Hugh Cammack, gateman, died at 50 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 15th Oct
1888 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1888)
CAMMOCK Hugh Parker Cammock, gateman, husband of Elizabeth, died at 50 Roxburgh St., Greenock
on 12th June 1889 age 45 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1889) see John; Maggie
CAMPBELL William Campbell, boatman, died at 31 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 23rd February 1895 -
wife Margaret. (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1895)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, engineer, born at 18 E Crawford Street, Greenock on
30th August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1906)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at 18 E Crawford Street, Greenock on 13th
August. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1901)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, chief engineer, husband of Maggie Brand, Bridgend Road, Greenock,
died at Moji, Japan on 7th October 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1912)
CAMPBELL William Campbell to Margaret Blair, eldest daughter of late William Brand, at 18 East
Crawford Street, Greenock on 28th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1900)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at 63 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 12th
November 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1895)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at Rosslyn, Port Glasgow, on 5th October
1901. (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1901)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at 24 William Street, Port Glasgow on 7th
February 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1895)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, former printer in Helensburgh and Greenock, died at 9 Trafalgar Street,
Greenock on 30th October 1884 age 79 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1884)
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CAMPBELL William Campbell, labourer, 25 John Street, died at Greenock Foundry on 12th March 1895.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1895)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, former foreman at Blackwood & Gordon, died at Minard, Port Glasgow,
on 12th March 1902 age 73. (Greenock Telegraph 12.03.1902 & Port Glasgow Express
14.03.1902)
CAMPBELL William Campbell died at 6 Boyd Street, Greenock on 1st June 1894 - wife Jane. (Greenock
Telegraph 1.6.1894)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, fireman, son of late Arch Campbell, 4 Cotton Mill Row, Greenock,
drowned at New York in December 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1894)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, labourer, born at 11 Laird Street, Greenock on 3rd
August 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1893)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, Port Glasgow, chief engineer, SS Diamont, drowned at Baltimore on 14th
March 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1892)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs Campbell, formerly of Port Glasgow, born at 135 Newtonards Road,
Belfast on 1st November 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1887)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at 3 Holmscroft Street, Greenock, on 8th
August 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1889)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, engineer, father of Andrew, died at 2 MacKenzie Street, Greenock on
11th November 1887 age 51 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1887)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at Market Place, Kilmacolm on 12th August
1887. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1887)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, father of Hannah Smith and Elizabeth Foster, died at 15 Crescent Street,
Greenock on 15th August 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1895)
CAMPBELL William A. Campbell, husband of Emily, died at 22 West Stewart Street, Greenock in March
1899. (Greenock Telegraph 30.03.1899)
CAMPBELL Wilhelmina Pettigrew, wife of William Campbell, died at 9 Clune Braefoot, Port Glasgow on
19th September 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1887)
CAMPBELL Williamina, daughter of Dugald Campbell, to James Cairns, at the Manse, Greenock on 4th
June 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1888)
CAMPBELL William T. Campbell to Margaret Harvey, eldest daughter of Mrs O’Brian, 5 Duff Street, at
Western Hotel, Greenock on 4th December 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1902)
CAMPBELL William Mathieson, son of Captain John Campbell, died at Greenock on 16th July 1842 age
2 years 2months. (Greenock Advertiser 19.07.1842)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs William Campbell, clerk, born at 63 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 22nd
November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs William M. Campbell, born at 45 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 6th
July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 07.07.1906)
CAMPBELL William M. Campbell to Agnes Wilson, granddaughter of late Gilbert McEachern, at 35
Robertson Street, Greenock on 6th September 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 07.09.1905)
CAMPBELL William Frederick Campbell, H.E.I.C.S., Bengal, to Anne Moore, youngest daughter of late
Duncan Campbell, Greenock, at Largs on 25th March 1834. (Greenock Advertiser
31.03.1834)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, engineer, born at Bridgend Road, Greenock on 1st
February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 02.02.1910)
CAMPBELL William Darling Campbell, notary, Quebec, to Isabella Jane, 6th daughter of late Lieut.
George Noble, at 68 Union Street, Greenock on 6th April 1858 by Reverend McCulloch.
(Greenock Advertiser 09.04.1858)
CAMPBELL William, youngest son of Jane & John Campbell, died at Inverkip on 31st December 1901.
(Greenock Telegraph 01.01.1902)
CAMPBELL William A. Campbell to Emily, 2nd daughter of late Peter Smeaton, South Queensferry, at 70
Wellington Street, Greenock on 15th July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 20.07.1897)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, Victoria, BC, to Catherine Wilson, 2nd daughter of late H.D. Soutter, 2
Lyle Street, Greenock, at Calgary, Alberta on 30th June 1913. (Greenock Telegraph
02.07.1913)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, night foreman, Glasgow & South Western Railway, husband of Elizabeth
McMaster, died at 51 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th August 1907. (Greenock
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Telegraph 31.08.1907)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, baker, died at 2 Springhill, Port Glasgow, on 5th October 1906.
(Greenock Telegraph 06.10.1906)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, ironmoulder, husband of Agnes, died at 1 Springkell Street Greenock in
May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 09.05.1906)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, boatman, husband of Isabella, died at 32 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock in
August 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 29.08.1903)
CAMPBELL William Campbell died at 76 Ann Street, Greenock on 14th December 1902. (Greenock
Telegraph 15.12.1902)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, carpenter, born at 70 Ann Street, Greenock on
13th February 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1884)
CAMPBELL William Fleming, only surviving son of John Campbell, flesher, 64 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock died at Greenock Infirmary on 22nd January 1893 age 4 years 10 Months.
(Greenock Telegraph 23.01.1893)
CAMPBELL Thomas Campbell died at 11 Cline Braefoot, Port Glasgow, on 7th December 1909, age 31.
(Port Glasgow Express 10.12.1909)
CAMPBELL William, son of Janet Campbell, died at 2 Open Shore, Greenock on 9th February 1887.
(Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1887)
CAMPBELL Tina Shearer, 2nd daughter of Daniel Campbell, Greenock, to John Stuart, commercial
traveller, at Alexandra Hotel, Glasgow on 10th April 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 11.4.1882)
CAMPBELL Thomas W. Campbell, U.P. Church Mission, Old Calabar, to Isabella, eldest daughter of
Johnstone Boyd, at 14 Union Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1877 by Reverend E. MacLean.
(Greenock Advertiser 4.7.1877, Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1877)
CAMPBELL Thomas Tyre, youngest son of John and Jeanie Campbell, died at Inverkip on 11th July
1894 age 3 years 9 months. (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1894)
CAMPBELL Thomas McKirdy, son of Archibald and Maggie Campbell, mason died at 54 Wellington
Street, Greenock on 21st November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1907)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs T.K. Campbell, born at 58 Wellington Street, Greenock on 6th
September 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1895)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas King Campbell, born at 17 Ingleston Street, Greenock on
29th June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1894)
CAMPBELL Thomas King, youngest son of James Campbell, Customs, died at 59 Ann Street, Greenock
on 13th April 1878 age 13½ (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1878)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs Walter Campbell, born at 66 Ann Street, Greenock on 16th September
1869. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1869)
CAMPBELL Thomas G. Campbell, Greenock, to Jessie Soleman, Greenock, at Nashua, USA, in
September/ October 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1874)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs Walter Campbell, born at 5 East Quay Lane, Greenock on 15th January
1876. (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1876)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Campbell, born at 1 Campsie Terrace, Greenock on 6th March
1909. (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1909)
CAMPBELL Thomas Campbell, joiner, died at 34 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 3rd March, 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1907)
CAMPBELL Thomas Campbell, joiner, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of late Alex Webster, at 20 Brisbane
Street, Greenock on 10th Aug 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1906)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Campbell born at 14 Royal Street, Gourock on 3rd Feb 1904.
(Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1904)
CAMPBELL Thomas, youngest son of Thomas Campbell, carpenter, died at 20 John Street, Greenock
on 26th July 1889 age 16months. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1889) see Sarah G.
CAMPBELL Thomas Campbell, husband of Mary, died at 18 Tobago Street, Greenock on 8th Feb 1886.
(Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1886)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Campbell, engineer, born at John Street, Greenock on 12th
Jan 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1878)
CAMPBELL Thomas Campbell, watchman died on the Marchioness of Londonderry, in dry dock,
Greenock on 29th Sept 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 1.10.1872)
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CAMPBELL Thomas Campbell, bookseller, son of William Campbell, printer, formerly of Greenock, died
at Montreal on 3rd Nov 1859 age 28. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1859)
CAMPBELL Thomas H., 2ND son of Neil Campbell, Gourock, to Nellie Anderson, 3rd daughter of late
Alex Gilchrist, General Terminus, CR, at Winnipeg on 2nd June 1910. (Greenock Telegraph
10.6.1910)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at 27 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 29th
April 1842. (Greenock Advertiser 3.5.1842)
CAMPBELL William, eldest son of Charles Campbell, died at 15 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 19th
September 1881 age 25. (Greenock Advertiser 20.9.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1881)
CAMPBELL William, son of Robert Campbell, 13 Lynedoch Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 14th
July 1881 of scarlet fever age 8. (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Captain William Campbell died at 3 Antigua Street, Greenock on 5th July 1880 age 70 –
obituary p2. p2 (Greenock Advertiser 6.7.1880 & Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1880) see
Archibald: Elizabeth S
CAMPBELL William Campbell, joiner, died at 9 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 28th June 1877 age 52.
wife Janet (Greenock Advertiser 30.6.1877; Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1877)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, printer, formerly of Greenock, died at Helensburgh on 6th May 1877 age
74. (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1877)
CAMPBELL William, eldest son of Alex Campbell, Stationer, died at 20 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 9th
April 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 11.4.1863) see Alfred
CAMPBELL W. H. Campbell, chief engineer, SS Poyang, died at Hankow, China on 17th August 1903
age 46. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1903)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, mate of the ship ‘Albyn’, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of late Duncan
Shaw, Greenock on 13th April 1843 at Liverpool. (Greenock Advertiser 21.4.1843)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, fitter, died at 14 Lyle Street, Greenock on 29th March 1883 age 26.
(Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1883)
CAMPBELL William Campbell, writer and Town Clerk, died at Greenock on 16th June 1825. (Greenock
Telegraph 1.7.1825)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs Walter N. Campbell, born at Craigie Place, Highholm Street, Port
Glasgow, on 17th May 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1897)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs Walter N. Campbell, born at 2 Octavia Street, Port Glasgow on 15th
October 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1893)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter N. Campbell, born at 81 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow
on 16th December 1891 – died same day. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1891)
CAMPBELL A son to Mr and Mrs Walter N. Campbell, iron founder, born at 81 Ardgowan Street, Port
Glasgow on 18th August 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1888) William died 8th September
1889 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1889)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter N. Campbell, born at 81 Victoria Place, Port Glasgow on
18th October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Walter Campbell to Christina Fletcher, eldest daughter of Peter Campbell, at Mechanics
Hall, Greenock on 2nd July 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1890)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Walter Campbell, porter, born at 21 Lyle Street, Greenock on 25th
July 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1880)
CAMPBELL Twin sons to Mr and Mrs Walter Campbell, labourer, born at 5 East Quay Lane, Greenock
on 15th March 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1877)
CAMPBELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Campbell, born at 7 Salmon Street, Greenock, on 12th
March 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 15.3.1853)
CAMPBELL Eliza Clark, 2nd daughter of C.T. Campbell, stationer, died at 6 Finnart St., Greenock on 8th
March 1884 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 8.3.1884) see Effie
CAMPBELL Eliza Clark, widow of James Campbell, fish merchant, died at 6 Finnart St., Greenock on
19th March 1903 age 83 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1903) see James; Alex M
CAMPBELL Eliza Jane Dunlop, wife of J. Campbell, clothier, Port Glasgow, died at Gibbshill Terrace,
Greenock on 26th Feb 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1896)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Adjutant John Campbell, died at Greenock on 21st Jan 1828
age 19 (Greenock Advertiser 29.1.1828) see John
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, 3d daughter of late John Burton, wife of Charles Campbell, Newcastle on Tyne,
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died at 57 Dalrymple St., Greenock on 11th Dec 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1850) see
Sarah B.
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Campbell died at 37 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 10th August 1865 (Greenock
Advertiser 12.8.1865)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan S. Campbell, salesman, born at 17 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock
on 9th July 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1892)
CAMPBELL Eliza, only daughter of John Campbell, to James W. Tosh at 1 Kelly St., Greenock on 9th
June 1881 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 11.6.1881)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, only daughter of Alex Campbell, stationer, died at 20 Brisbane St., Greenock on
20th April 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 21.4.1863) see Alex
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan S. Campbell, salesman, born at 77 Wellington St., Greenock an 1st
April 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1884)
CAMPBELL Effie, 2nd daughter of C.T. Campbell, stationer, 6 Finnart St, died at Greenock Infirmary on
4th April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1903) see Eliza C; Adam M; Charles T; Euphemia
M.; Jeanie M.
CAMPBELL Edith, youngest daughter of late Wm Campbell, 2 Barr's Brae, to George Savage at Port
Glasgow on 31st Dec 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1910)
CAMPBELL Edward Campbell, former farmer, Island of Shuna, died at 3 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 7th
Dec 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1899)
CAMPBELL Duncan W. Campbell jun to Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of Alex Pettigrew, at Newark UF, Port
Glasgow on 6th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1912 Port Glasgow Examiner
7.6.1912)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan W. Campbell, born at 5 Dempster St., Greenock on 16th
March 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1913)
CAMPBELL Duncan W. Campbell to Mary Adam, eldest daughter of Andrew Wilson, Port Glasgow, at
Tontine, Greenock on 16th June 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1909)
CAMPBELL Effie Ross, youngest daughter of Capt Lachlan Campbell, died at 56 Kelly St., Greenock on
15th Nov 1890 age 21months (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1890)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan W. Campbell, reporter, born at 5 Dempster St., Greenock on
16th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary Tulloch, widow of Arch Campbell, shipmaster, Glasgow, died at 26 Hopeton Street,
Gourock on 25th March 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1900)
CAMPBELL Mary White, daughter of late John Campbell, Greenock to William White Richardson at St
Helier' s, Jersey on 5th Sept 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 13.9.1859)
CAMPBELL Mary Wilson, youngest daughter of late Wm Campbell, engineer, died at her brother in law's,
John Suttie, Levenbank, Bawhirley Rd. Greenock on 1st Dec 1909 (Greenock Telegraph
1.12.1909)
CAMPBELL Matthew Campbell, gardener, died at Lower Drums, Gourock on 20th February 1860
(Greenock Advertiser 23.2.1860) see Flora E.
CAMPBELL Matthew Sommerville Campbell, machineman, son of Margaret Campbell, 88 Drumfrochar
Rd., died at Greenock Infirmary on 11th Dec 1912 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1912)
CAMPBELL Mary Thomson, widow of Arch Campbell, died a 74 E Hamilton Street, Greenock on 9th
Sept 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1905)
CAMPBELL Matthew Eglinton Campbell, Cove Gardens, to Christina Todd, youngest daughter of James
White, marine engineer, at Broomberry Villa Gourock on 29th Jan 1913 (Greenock
Telegraph 30.1-1913)
CAMPBELL Matthew Campbell, Ashgrove Ave., Port Glasgow, killed in an accident at Blackwood &
Gordon's shipyard, Port Glasgow on 1st April 1881 age 29 (Greenock Telegraph &
Greenock Advertiser 2.4.1881)
CAMPBELL Matthew Campbell, husband of Catherine, died at 8 Ann Street, Greenock in Oct 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1881)
CAMPBELL Matthew Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Montreal on 15th July 1889 age 80 - obit
p2 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1889)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Matthew Campbell, carpenter, born at 11 Carwood St Greenock on 28th
Feb 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1891)
CAMPBELL Matthew Campbell to Nellie, 2nd daughter of John McKenzie, cooper, at Crawford Hall,
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Greenock on 29th Dec 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1897)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Matthew Campbell gardener, born at Lower Drums, Gourock on 17th
Sept 1858 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1858)
CAMPBELL Mary Ann McFertridge, wife of Neil Campbell, cooper, died at 21 Dempster Street, Greenock
on 24th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1896)
CAMPBELL Matthew P., eldest son of Wm Campbell Port Glasgow, died at Port Elizabeth in March 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1900)see Margaret D.
CAMPBELL Mary Shaw McClosky, wife of James Campbell, iron moulder, died at 3 Hill Street, Greenock
on 29th May 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1871)
CAMPBELL Michael Campbell, 1st mate, to Catherine, eldest daughter of John Hepburn, at St Mary's
Greenock on 1 st Sept 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1891)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Michael Campbell born at 26 W Blackhall Street, Greenock on 4th
April 196 (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1896)
CAMPBELL Son & daughter to Capt & Mrs Michael Campbell born at 11 Nicolson Street, Greenock on
19th April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1898) Catherine, twin daughter died at
Gallanagh, Co. Antrim on 20th August 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1898)
CAMPBELL Minnie, youngest daughter of Charles Campbell, printer, died at 15 Roxburgh Street,
Greenock on 6th Dec 1880 age 14yrs 8months (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
6.12.1880) see Charles
CAMPBELL Molly, infant daughter of John & Sarah Campbell, died at 20 Tobago Street, Greenock on
2nd Dec 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1897)
CAMPBELL N. Campbell to Christian, daughter of Capt Robert Wylie, at W Blackhall Street, Greenock on
29th June 1835 (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1835)
CAMPBELL N.T. Campbell to Jane, eldest daughter of late James Nicoll, at 17 Ardgowan Street,
Greenock on 4th Dec 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1883 Greenock Advertiser 6.12.1883)
CAMPBELL N.T. Campbell died at his uncle's Auchneach Farm Greenock on 8th Sept 1884 age 23
(Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1884)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, surgeon, died at Greenock on 20th Feb 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1838)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at Margaret Street, Greenock on 12th April 1842
(Greenock Advertiser 14.4.1843)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at Margaret Street, Greenock on 18th July 1844
(Greenock Advertiser 19.7.1844)
CAMPBELL Rev Matthew Gardener Campbell, died at Falstons Manse on 4th August 1913 age 65
buried Gourock - obit p2 8.8.1913 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1913)
CAMPBELL Mary Jane, surviving daughter of late Rev Alex Campbell, Greenock, to Alexander A. Fisher
at Pitt Street, Glasgow on 11th August 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 16.8-1870)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell died at the Stag Tavern, Greenock on 14th Dec 1840 (Greenock Advertiser
18.12.1840)
CAMPBELL Mary Baxter, eldest daughter of Capt Lachlan Campbell, E. London, S. Africa formerly of
Gourock, to David Oglivie, eldest son of late Arch Cochrane, 3 Regent Street, Greenock, at
Presbyterian Church, Geraisiton, Transvaal on 15th Feb 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 16-
3.1909)
CAMPBELL Mary Black, wife of Colin Campbell, shipmaster, died at Greenock on 2nd April 1816
(Greenock Advertiser 9.4.1816)
CAMPBELL Mary Bonnar, wife of James Campbell, died at 4 Mearns Street, Greenock on 11th Jan 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1890)
CAMPBELL Mary Boyle, wife of Joseph Campbell, died at 8 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 28th April
1898 (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1898)
CAMPBELL Mary Burns, wife of Francis Campbell, died at 8 Market Street, Greenock on 20th Sept 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1900)
CAMPBELL Mary E. Peterson, daughter of James Campbell, died at 13 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
21st May 1899 age 11 months (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1889)
CAMPBELL Mary Eliza, eldest daughter of David & Elizabeth Campbell, labourer, died at 27 Ingleston
Street, Greenock on 19th April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1898)
CAMPBELL Mary Elizabeth, elder daughter of Malcolm Campbell, to Charles Edward, son of late Wm R.
Hamilton, Condong, NSW, at 17 Ardgowan Sq. Greenock on 4th July1911 (Greenock
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Telegraph 5.7.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary Ferguson, widow of Dugald Campbell, carpenter, formerly of Greenock, died at
Racine, Wisconsin on 23rd May 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1900) see Dugald
CAMPBELL Mary Findlay Craig, widow of Lachlan Campbell, shipmaster died at 47 Fore St. Port
Glasgow on 30th Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1899)
CAMPBELL Mary Flaming, wife of Daniel Campbell, carpenter, died at 16 Holmscroft Street, Greenock
on 19th May 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1880)
CAMPBELL Mary Flora, 3rd daughter of late Duncan & Mrs Campbell, Stonsfield, Barrviman, Gareloch,
to George Sidney, son of late John Coppen, Normanhurst, Ashford, at St. Panceras Parish
Church, London on 20th August 1910 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1910)
CAMPBELL Mary Thomson, 2nd youngest daughter of Dougald Campbell, sailmaker, to Robert
Ferguson, at 67 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 8th Sept 1896 (Greenock Telegraph
9.9.1896)
CAMPBELL Mary McLachlan, eldest daughter of John Campbell, tugboat master, to Hugh Montgomery
Crawford McFarlane, Joiner, at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 31st Dec 1886 (Greenock
Telegraph 4.1.1887)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, Gourock to Mary, daughter of Charles Webster, engineer, 35 Lyle Street,
Greenock at Medicine Hat, Canada on 2nd Nov 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1912)
CAMPBELL Mary Ritchie, wife of Alex Campbell, carpenter, died at 63 Main Street, Greenock on 6th Oct
1872 (Greenock Telegraph 7.10.1872)
CAMPBELL Mary Murray, widow of Daniel Campbell, blacksmith, died at 14 Mearns Street, Greenock on
10th April 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1899)
CAMPBELL Mary McRae, wife of Duncan Campbell, died at 57 Ann Street, Greenock on 7th July 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary McPhail, wife of James Campbell, died at 12 Murdieston St., Greenock on let Jan 1881
age 69 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1881)
CAMPBELL Mary Grant, widow of Donald Campbell, died at 1 Rossbank Terrace Kilmacolm on 18th
April 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary McLean, wife of Alex Campbell, cabinetmaker, died at 48 St Lawrence Street,
Greenock on 2nd Dec 181 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1881)
CAMPBELL Mary Grieve, wife of Colin Campbell, former Collector, Inland Revenue, Greenock, Kingston
on Thames, died at Inverearn Cottage, Comrie on 7th May 1880 (Greenock Telegraph and
Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1880) see Colin
CAMPBELL Mary McCallum, widow of Daniel Campbell, carpenter, mother of Mary Olson, died at 9 East
Breast Greenock in Sept 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1892)
CAMPBELL Mary McArthur, widow of John Campbell, died at her son's, Neil, 33 Nelson St. W. Greenock
in May 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1893)
CAMPBELL Mary McArthur, widow of Duncan Campbell, died at 21 Hopeton Street, Gourock on 19th
Sept 1883 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1883)&
CAMPBELL Mary Kennedy, wife of Arch Campbell, rigger, died at 39 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
29th March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1894) see Arch
CAMPBELL Mary Kennedy, wife of Wm Campbell, died at 7 William Street, Greenock on 21st Nov 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1887)
CAMPBELL Mary Taylor, only daughter of John & Janet Campbell formerly of 11 Murdieston Street,
Greenock, died at Bloomfield, Hoboken, N.J. on 21st June 1894 age 3yrs 4months
(Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1894)
CAMPBELL Mary McLeod, youngest daughter of Duncan Campbell, to John Ferguson, engineer, at 65
Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 8th July 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1870)
CAMPBELL Patrick Campbell, carpenter, husband of Elizabeth McMillan, died at Greenock Infirmary on
17th Nov 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1900)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at 34 Tobago Street, Greenock on 9th Dec 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1910)
CAMPBELL Nellie Gibson, eldest daughter of Matthew Campbell, carpenter, 103 Belville St. to William
Linn, engineer, at Crawford's Hall Greenock on 13th June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph
17.6.1901)
CAMPBELL Nettle Cunningham, daughter of J.H. Campbell, fish curer, Arnisdele, to Percy James, 3rd
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son of J.A. Smith, Savernake House, Hull, at Ashton UF, Gourock on 4th June 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1904)
CAMPBELL Nicholas C., infant son of Nicholas C. Campbell, seaman, died at Greenock on 5th Jan 1829
see Janet
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Nicol Campbell, born at 4 Union Street, Greenock on 30th Jan 1868
(Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1868)
CAMPBELL Nicol M. Campbell, carpenter, Ford Cottage, 1 Finnart St. died at Greenock Infirmary on 11th
Sept 1907 after an accident at Wm Hamilton's shipyard - p2 (Greenock Telegraph
12.9.1907) see Catherine L
CAMPBELL Norman Campbell, Queen's Porter, to Margaret, daughter of Thomas Bain, at Wellington
Street, Greenock on 12th June 1879 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
13.6.1879)
CAMPBELL Norman Ferguson, 3rd son of Duncan Campbell, sugar porter, died at Ford Cottage, Finnart
Street, Greenock on 16th Feb 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1883)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs P.F. Campbell born at 26 W Blackhall Street, Greenock on 14th June 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1894)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs P.F. Campbell born at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 7th Oct 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.10.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs P.F. Campbell born at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 31st Dec 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1902) Annie died 16th Jan 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1902)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs P.F. Campbell born at 12 Brymner Street, Greenock on 9th Jan 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1903)
CAMPBELL Mary, wife of John Campbell, labourer, died at 7 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 14th July
1881 age 41 (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Patrick Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Cern, Dungiven, Co. Derry on 25th Dec
1898 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1898)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell shipwright, to Mary Y., eldest daughter of Edward Corcoran, labourer.6
Holmscroft St. at Clyde Hall. Ann Street, Greenock on 6th July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph
10.7.1911)
CAMPBELL Patrick Campbell, Salmon's Close, Port Glasgow, killed at Russell & Cole shipyard on 16th
Nov 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1900)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 8th Dec 1846
(Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1846)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at Mount Park, Greenock on 11th June 1849
(Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1849)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on 30th May 1855
(Greenock Advertiser 1.6.1855)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell, grocer, born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on 30th
June 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1853)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on 25th February 1858
(Greenock Advertiser 26.2.1858)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at 20 Bank Street, Greenock on 24th Feb 1860
(Greenock Advertiser 25.2.1860)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, merchant, died at Barr's Brae, Port Glasgow on 13th Nov 1854 (Greenock
Advertiser 17.11.1854) see Agnes
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, shoemaker, died at 58 Vennel, Greenock in Dec 1869 age 67 (Greenock
Telegraph 27.112.1869)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, steam boat pilot, died at his brother's, 4 Sir Michael Street, Greenock in Jan
1870 (Greenock Advertiser 15.1.1870)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, wine & spirit merchant, Greenock, to Helen, 2nd daughter of James Kay at
Kames, Bute on 26th March 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1872)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell jun, to Ann, eldest surviving daughter of Neil Shaw, at 25 Brougham Street,
Greenock on 17th Oct 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1872 Greenock Advertiser
19.10.1872)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell Jun. born at Jamieson Place, Greenock on 20th Oct 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1873) Peter Cunningham died on 16th June 174 (Greenock
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Telegraph 16.6.1874)
CAMPBELL Patrick Campbell died at Shore St. Port Glasgow on 16th June 1884 age 26 - lived at
Backrod Lane Port Glasgow (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1884)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, sailmaker, born at Maybank, Gourock on 16th March
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1891)
CAMPBELL Neil, son of Mary Campbell, died at 7 Crescent Street, Greenock on Feb March 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1877)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, sailmaker, to Janet McAusland, eldest daughter of late Thomas Heugh,
blacksmith, at Finnart Street, Greenock on 6th June 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1879) -
silver wedding notice Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1904 living at London Place, Greenock
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, sailmaker, born at 15 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
18th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1880)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, sailmaker, born at 43 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 28th
May 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, sailmaker, born at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 7th
August 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1883)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 15th Sept 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1884)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at 57 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 2nd March
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1886)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, cooper, born at 93 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 21st Nov
1881 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1881)
CAMPBELL Neil, youngest son of Neil Campbell, cooper, died at 97 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 8th
May 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1890) see Elizabeth D.
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, salesman, born at 45 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 7th Jan
1895 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1895)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, cooper, born at 45 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 28th
March 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1896) Neil McDonald died 26th April 1896 (Greenock
Telegraph 27.4.1896)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at 14 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 19th March 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1886)
CAMPBELL Nellie, daughter of James Campbell, to Japes Aitken, Greenock, at Fernbank, Port Glasgow
on 25th Oct 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1905)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, painter, born at 33 Nelson St W. Greenock on 11th
May 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1890)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at Ingleston Place, Greenock on 29th Sept 1868
(Greenock Advertiser 1.10.1868)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, sailmaker, born at 20 Shore Street, Gourock on 15th July
1895 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1895)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, father of Allan, died at 5 Regent St., Greenock on 2nd Nov 1891 age 77
(Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1891)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, rigger, Glasgow, died at Greenock Infirmary on 22nd Dec 1893 after an
accident at James Watt Dock Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1893)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell died at 2 Duff Street, Greenock on 27th Nov 1901 age 11months (Greenock
Telegraph 27.11.1901)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell to Anna Marin, eldest daughter of late John Bushe at 53 Kelly Street,
Greenock on 5th Feb 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1904)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, foreman, husband of Margaret, died at 47 Belville Street, Greenock on 9th
Nov 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1906)
CAMPBELL Neil, 2nd son of Neil & Catherine Campbell, died at 10 Baker Street, Greenock on 28th Oct
1907 age 21yrs 7months (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1907)
CAMPBELL Neil, youngest son of late Neil Campbell, Greenock, to Daisey Amelia, 2nd daughter of
Arthur Neil Coker, Hundred Acres, Sutton, Surrey, at the British Consulate, Cairo on 4th Nov
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1907)
CAMPBELL Neil Campbell, storeman with Caird & Co., died at 3 Customhouse Place, Greenock on 7th
March 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1908)
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CAMPBELL Neil Campbell to Flora, youngest daughter of late Neil McGilp, joiner at 37 Bank Street,
Greenock on 16th June 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1909)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell, joiner, born at 12 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 7th
August 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1910)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at 12 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 16th July 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary Ann McAulay, widow of Hugh Campbell, spirit merchant, died at 38 Bay St., Port
Glasgow on 2nd Feb 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1901) see Hugh
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Neil Campbell born at 12 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 16th Feb 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1888)
CAMPBELL Margaret McVan, wife of James Campbell, died at 72 Ann St Greenock in March 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1897)>
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of Donald Campbell, Joiner, to Neil McPhail at Mount Buildings,
Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 12th June 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1884)
CAMPBELL Margaret McArthur, widow of John Campbell, tugboat master, died at 16 Kilblain Street,
Greenock on 6th March 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1903)
CAMPBELL Margaret McColl, daughter of Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at 48 Lynedoch Street,
Greenock on 1st July 195 age 11yrs 5months (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1895)
CAMPBELL Margaret McDonald, wife of Donald Campbell, messenger, died at 27 Mearns St Greenock
on 4th June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1902)
CAMPBELL Margaret Macdougall, 2nd daughter of late John Campbell, Comptroller Greenock Customs
died at Greenock on 17th Dec 1848 (Greenock Advertiser 19.12.1848) see John
CAMPBELL Margaret McDougall, wife of Donald Campbell, gardener, died at West Glenhuntley, Port
Glasgow on 6th Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1899)
CAMPBELL Margaret McFaun, wife of James Campbell, died at Greenock on 19th March 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1897)
CAMPBELL Margaret McFie, widow of John Campbell, mariner, died at 3 Octavia St., Port Glasgow on
14th Jan 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1898 Port Glasgow Examiner 21.1.1898)
CAMPBELL Margaret Macfie, widow of D.A. Campbell, Greenock & Barriemora, Appin, died at 49 Braid
Ave., Edinburgh on 16th Nov 1911 age 95 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1911)
CAMPBELL Margaret McIntyre, wife of John Campbell, .joiner, died at Highholm Ave, Port Glasgow on
15th Oct 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1898)
CAMPBELL Margaret McLellan, wife of David Campbell, shipwright, died at 89 Roxburgh Street,
Greenock on 31stJuly 1875 age 37 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1875)
CAMPBELL Margaret McLellan, wife of Robert Campbell, died at 21 Stanners Street, Greenock on 11th
June 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1899)
CAMPBELL Maggie, eldest daughter of late Duncan Campbell, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th June
1885 age 13 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1885)
CAMPBELL Margaret McLeod, widow of John Campbell, tailor, died at 3 Manse Lane, Greenock on 31st
August 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1889)
CAMPBELL Maggie, youngest daughter of James Campbell, pansman, died at 7 Boyd Street, Greenock
on 26th Jan 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1882)
CAMPBELL Margaret Mitchell, wife of James Campbell, 12 Drumfrochar Rd. died at Greenock Infirmary
on 7th Jan 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1908)
CAMPBELL Margaret Morrison, daughter of Dugald Campbell, steward, 11 Binnie Street, Gourock, to
Wallace Holman, Rhodesia, 2nd son of Capt John Holman, at Southampton on 1st June
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1912)
CAMPBELL Maggie Taylor Cunningham, daughter of late Alex & Mrs Campbell, 69 Union St. to William,
2nd son of James Arrol, Finnartmore, Strone, at Tontine Greenock on 5th April 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1905) see Alex
CAMPBELL Margaret Terras, wife of Capt D. Campbell, died at 29 Ann Street, Greenock on 23rd August
1878 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1878)
CAMPBELL Margaret Turner, widow of Daniel Campbell, died at 9 John Street, Greenock on 27th August
1890 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1890)
CAMPBELL Margaret Whyte, youngest daughter of Arch Campbell, died at 18 Cathcart Street, Greenock
on 22nd Sept 1870 age 6 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1870)
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CAMPBELL Margaret Whytock, wife of Alex E. Campbell, seedsman, died at Cove Gardens, Gourock on
31st July 1912 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1912)
CAMPBELL Margaret Wotherspoon, wife of Arch Campbell, died at 18 Nicolson Street, Greenock on
30th Nov 1891 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1891)
CAMPBELL Margaret Wylie, wife of John Campbell, died at 5 Princes Street, Greenock in Jan 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1873)
CAMPBELL Margaret Young, wife of Wm Campbell, grocer, died at 76 Ann Street, Greenock on 7th April
1895 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1895)
CAMPBELL Margaret Yuill, wife of Alex Campbell, boilermaker, died at 43 Ann Street, Greenock in Sept
1874 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1874)
CAMPBELL Marion, youngest daughter of Colin Campbell, to James Aikman, Edinburgh, at Port
Glasgow on 30th June 1809 (Greenock Advertiser 10.7.1809) see Colin
CAMPBELL Marion Campbell to Hugh Kerr, both formerly of Greenock, at 26 School St. New York on
23rd Sept 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1872)
CAMPBELL Margaret McLennan, daughter of Duncan Campbell, to William McCall at Queen's Hotel,
Gourock on 18th June 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1909 Gourock Advertiser 25.6.1909)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell, river pilot, born at 3 Kelly Street, Greenock on 20th Feb
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1894)
CAMPBELL Lily Douglas, widow of Finley Campbell, Helensburgh, died at 51 Union Street, Greenock on
7th August 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1905)
CAMPBELL Lizzie, only daughter of late John Campbell, to John Smith, carpenter, at 16 Antigua Street,
Greenock on 13th Sept 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1877 Greenock Advertiser
17.9.1877)
CAMPBELL Lorne Campbell, Roseneath, to Margaret, youngest daughter of late Andrew Anderson, at
Greenock on 29th April 1829 (Greenock Advertiser 1.5.1829)
CAMPBELL Lucy Colina, infant daughter of Mungo N. Campbell, Belvidere, Glasgow, died at Greenock
on 24th July 1817 (Greenock Advertiser 1.8.1817)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Rev & Mrs M.G. Campbell, Faletone, Northumberland, born at Davaar, Ashton,
Gourock on 18th July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1891)
CAMPBELL Malcolm Campbell, formerly of Islay, drowned in West Harbour, Greenock, body found 25th
Dec 1823 (Greenock Advertiser 26.12.1823)
CAMPBELL Mrs Malcolm Campbell died at Dellingburn Street, Greenock on 11th March 1844 (Greenock
Advertiser 15.3.1844)
CAMPBELL Malcolm Campbell, carpenter, died at 57 Rue-end Street, Greenock on 19th Feb 1869
(Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1869)
CAMPBELL Malcolm Campbell, 16 Dalrymple St Greenock died on 21st Dec 1881 from injuries received
on 20th Dec 1881 on the ss 'Dromedary' (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell born at 15 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 7th April 1875
(Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell, boilermaker, born at 15 Cathcart Street, Greenock on
26th Jan 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1877)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell, boilermaker, born at 9 Lynedoch Street, Greenock
on 19th Oct 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1883)
CAMPBELL Margaret Livingstons, widow of John Campbell, Leckie, Kintyre, died at 5 Antigua Street,
Greenock on 26th April 1881 age 88 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
27.4.1881)
CAMPBELL Mrs Malcolm Campbell; widow of Malcolm Campbell, builder, 86 Bay St. Port Glasgow, died
at Saltcoats on 6th July 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1893)
CAMPBELL Marion, 4th daughter of late Hugh Campbell, Greenock, to Alexander McGregor, clerk, at 9
Manor Cres. Gourock on 22nd Sept 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1887)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell, born at 3 Kelly St Greenock on 26th Oct 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1895)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell born at 3 Kelly Street, Greenock on 21st July 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1897)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Malcolm Campbell, mate, born at 45 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
18th Nov 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1894)
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CAMPBELL Malcolm Campbell, tailor, 3rd son of late Malcolm & Jessie Campbell, died at Greenock
Infirmary on 18th March 1896 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1896)
CAMPBELL Malcolm Campbell, sugar porter, died at 30 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 8th Feb 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1898)
CAMPBELL infant son of Malcolm & Mary Campbell, tugboatmen, died at 47 Shaw Street, Greenock on
22nd April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1902)
CAMPBELL Malcolm, only son of Malcolm & Mary Campbell, tugboatman, died at 41 Shaw Street,
Greenock on 10th August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1909) see Maggie
CAMPBELL Malcolm, youngest son of late Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at 28 East Shaw Street,
Greenock on 30th August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1908)
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of John Campbell, to Donald Andrew, Campbeltown, at Greenock
on 4th Jan 1830 (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1830) see Helen
CAMPBELL Margaret, younger daughter of late Lieut Ronald Campbell, 78th Royal Highlanders formerly
of Achrioch, Strathfillan, died at 48 Brougham Street, Greenock on 6th December 1856 age
85 (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1856)
CAMPBELL Maggie, eldest daughter of Duncan Campbell, Joiner, to Dugald McIntyre, Ardvaser Inn,
Ardmore, Skye, at 52 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 18th Jan 1877 (Greenock Telegraph
20.1.1877)
CAMPBELL Margaret, twin daughter of Robert T.L. Campbell, brassfounder, died at 22 W Stewart Street,
Greenock on 23rd May 1878 age 4 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1878)
CAMPBELL Margaret, wife of John Campbell, gardener, died at 12 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 31st
Jan 1882 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1882) see John
CAMPBELL Malcolm Campbell, builder, died at 86 Bay St., Port Glasgow on 11th Jan 1889 (Greenock
Telegraph 12.1.1889)
CAMPBELL Mary, 4th daughter of D. Campbell, sailmaker, to James Lyon at Forester's Hall, Greenock
on 12th June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1902)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of Thomas Campbell, died at 18 Tobago Street, Greenock in Dec 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1885)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of Jane Campbell, drowned in a pail at Catherine Stewart Campbell's, 3
Harvie Lane Greenock on 17th July 1886 age 9months (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1886)
CAMPBELL Mary, 2nd daughter of late John Campbell, to John Craig at 47 Mearns Street, Greenock on
12th Nov 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1889)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of John Campbell, plumber, died at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 28th
Nov 1891 age 8months (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1891)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of John Campbell, Joiner, 1 Hill Street, Greenock, to Thomas More at
13 Allison Street, Glasgow on 24th Nov 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1893)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of Dugald Campbell, to Daniel John Keep at Mather House, Gourock
on 20th December 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1893)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell to Archibald McNish at 23 Brougham Street, Greenock on 13th June 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1895)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of John Campbell, boilermaker, to James Clark Fraser, engineer,
Glasgow, at 6 W Blackhall Street, Greenock on 24th Dec 1895 (Greenock Telegraph
26.12.1895)
CAMPBELL Mary, infant daughter of Arch Campbell, died at 45 Ardgowan St. Port Glasgow on 30th Sept
1896 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1896)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of Wm & Agnes Campbell, died at 5 Arthur Street, Greenock on 13th May
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1897)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of Donald & Catherine Campbell, died at 3 Mackenzie Street,
Greenock on 31st May 1898 age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 1;6.1898)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell died at 61 Dalrymple Street, Greenock in Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph
3.1.1899)
CAMPBELL Marion, daughter of late Angus Campbell, ship carpenter, died at 8 Mt Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 31st July 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1874)
CAMPBELL Mary, only daughter of Neil Campbell, cooper, died at 115 Dempster Street, Greenock on
9th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1902)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell, tobacconist, to John Shand, brassfounder, at 6 Octavia Cottages, E
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Crawford Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 5.6,1882)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell died at 10 South Street, Greenock on 29th Nov 1905 age 75 (Greenock
Telegraph 30.11.1905)
CAMPBELL Mary, infant daughter of James & Margaret Campbell, died at 12 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock
on 21st April 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1906)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell, formerly of Blantyre, died at 86 Bay St. Port Glasgow on 9th August 1906
age 88 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1906)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of Duncan S. Campbell, wine & spirit merchant, 33 Nelson St, to John
Shedden, Chicago, at Tontine Greenock on 14th August 1097 (Greenock Telegraph
15.8.1907)
CAMPBELL Mary, widow of Thomas Campbell, mother of Charles, died at 20 Tobago Street, Greenock
on 8th August 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1910)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell, former housekeeper, the Rectory Patrick Street, Greenock, died at St
Mary's Hospital, Lanark on 23rd Jan 1911 age 59 (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of late John Campbell, farmer, Tollcross, died at 34 Albert Rd. Gourock on
8th March 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1911)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of late Duncan Campbell; died at her brother in law's, John Leitch, 32
Royal St, Gourock on 5th Jan 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1912)
CAMPBELL Mary, widow of Duncan Campbell, machineman, mother of James, 80 Belville Street,
Greenock, died at Fernbank, Bruichladdich, Islay on 25th May 1913 - buried Greenock
(Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1913)
CAMPBELL Mary Angell, daughter of Capt Duncan Campbell, died at Greenock on 2nd July 1853 age
15yrs 2months (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1853)
CAMPBELL Mary Anne, daughter of late John Campbell, Greenock Customs, to Hugh Crawford,
Aleepee, commercial agent of the Rajah of Tranvancore, at Galls, Ceylon on 25th Oct 1850
(Greenock Advertiser 20.12.1850) see John
CAMPBELL Mary Ann, daughter of Donald Campbell, shipping officer, Wellington Street, Greenock, died
at Lee, Bunnessaen, Mull on 2nd August 1882 age 13 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1882)
CAMPBELL Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Donald Campbell, messenger, died at 28 Mearns Street,
Greenock on 29th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1898)
CAMPBELL Mary, 2nd daughter of late Charles Campbell, letterpress printer, died at 23 Newton Street,
Greenock on 25th Jan 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1902) see Charles
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of Capt John Campbell, to Andrew Hair, merchant, Port Glasgow, at
Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 1st Sept 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 4.9.1846)
CAMPBELL Mary Ann Chisholm, widow of Angus Campbell, Armisdale, Glenelg, died at 29 Nicolson
Street, Greenock on 28th Jan 1859 (Greenock Advertiser 1.2.1859) see Angus
CAMPBELL Marion, infant daughter of Neil Campbell, labourer, died at 2 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on
9th May 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1887)
CAMPBELL Marion Campbell died at 64 Finnart Street, Greenock on 25th Sept 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 26.9.1900)
CAMPBELL Marion McLean wife of John Campbell, policeman, died at 34 Ann Street, Greenock on 16th
Dec 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1882)
CAMPBELL Marion Orr, widow of Robert Campbell, died at her son in law's, James McGregor, 22 Kelly
Street, Greenock on 11th May 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1893)
CAMPBELL Marion Smith McGregor, widow of Arch Campbell, to George Boag at Imperial Halls,
Greenock on 5th Oct 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1904)
CAMPBELL Marjory Bowman, wife of Robert Campbell, former glass manufacturer, Glasgow, died at
Cliston, Gourock on 9th Dec 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1909)
CAMPBELL Martha, youngest daughter of Alex Campbell, carpenter, died at 63 Main Street, Greenock
on 16th June 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1872)
CAMPBELL Martha, daughter of David Campbell, labourer, died at 27 Ingleston Street, Greenock on
22nd July 1898 age 1 (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1898)
CAMPBELL Martha Kirkwood, wife of Ivie Campbell, Glasgow, died at 9 Nelson St W. Greenock on 26th
May 1872 age 41 (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1872)
CAMPBELL Martha McGilp, wife of Alex Campbell, died at 17 Shore Street, Gourock on 4th March 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1912)
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CAMPBELL Martha Neilly, widow of John Campbell, Ladyburn, died at 69 E Hamilton Street, Greenock
on 6th Nov 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1907)
CAMPBELL Martha Shearer, daughter of late Matthew Campbell, gardener, Greenock, died at Pau on
9th Dec 1874 age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1874)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of Alex Campbell, riveter, died at 14 Lyle Street, Greenock on 11th July 1885
age 9yrs 3months (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1885)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell, formerly of Captain Street, Greenock died at 38 High St. Dumbarton on 20th
August 1875 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 26.8.1875)
CAMPBELL Marion, youngest daughter of late Capt Wm Campbell, to Robert Rickie, East Indies, at
Westland Terrace Robertson Street, Greenock on 28th Sept 1881 (Greenock Telegraph &
Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard R. Campbell born at 9 Belville Street, Greenock on 15th July
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1886) Jane Reid died 3rd Oct 1886 (Greenock Telegraph
4.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell died at her sister in law's, 8 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th April 1880
(Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1880)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell died at Chapel Villa, Port Glasgow in Oct 1878 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph
30.10.1878)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of late John Campbell, police officer, died at 59 Roxburgh Street, Greenock
on 14th July 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1877) see John
CAMPBELL Martin, son of Donald Campbell, 26 Mearns St, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th April
1894 age 28 (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1894)
CAMPBELL Mary, only daughter of Duncan Campbell, to A. Stewart at 68 Wellington Street, Greenock
on 15th Sept 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1876)
CAMPBELL Mary, eldest daughter of Duncan Campbell, Jun. merchant, to John Patterson, Merryflats, at
Greenock on 22nd June 1812 (Greenock Advertiser 26.6.1812) see Mrs Duncan
CAMPBELL Mary, 2nd daughter of Duncan Campbell, Joiner, died at 85 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on
1st Jan 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1872)
CAMPBELL Mary Campbell died at 11 Hill Street, Greenock in July 1871 (Greenock Telegraph
28.7.1871)
CAMPBELL Mary, youngest daughter of James Campbell, died at Clydesdale Place, Port Glasgow on
15th June 1870 age 13months (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1870 Greenock Advertiser
18.6.1870)
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of Ronald Campbell, died at the Argyle Hotel, Port Glasgow on 28th May
1856 age 1 (Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1856) see Flora McA
CAMPBELL Mary, daughter of Wm Campbell, printer, to Thomas Craig, coal merchant, at Hope Place
Antigua Street, Greenock on 31st July 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 3.8.1849)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell jun, agent, born at Grosvenor Terr. Greenock on 30th
March 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1877)
CAMPBELL Mary, only daughter of Norman Campbell, died at 7 West Breast, Greenock on 31st Dec
1875 age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1876)
CAMPBELL Janet Henry Leitch, widow of John Campbell, died at 26 Brisbane St., Greenock on 5th June
1913 age 83 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1912)
CAMPBELL Janet, eldest daughter of Neil Campbell, labourer, 61 Belville St, to Alexander Sands, at
Greenock on 22nd Nov 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1889)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, daughter of late James Campbell, engineer, Greenock, died a Dunlop, Ayrshire on
21st June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1907)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, 2nd daughter of Duncan Campbell, joiner, to James Macdonald at 78 Holmscroft St.,
Greenock on 17th Sept 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1896)
CAMPBELL Jeanie McDougall, widow of John Campbell, boatman, mother of Robert & Colin, died at 13
Brougham St., Greenock on 14th March 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1893)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, youngest daughter of Duncan Campbell, formerly of Greenock died at 2217 Wright
St., Philadelphia on 1st March 1891 age 19months (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1894)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell to Margaret Love, 2nd daughter of Arthur Lang, at Planetreeyetts,
Kilmacolm on 15th Dec 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1911)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, 3rd daughter of Donald Campbell, sailmaker, 63 Holmscroft St., Greenock died at
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Jane PI., Govan Road, Glasgow on 8th May 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1884)
CAMPBELL Janet Robertson, wife of James Campbell, coal merchant, died at 12 Wellington St.,
Greenock on 6th Feb 1901(Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1901)
CAMPBELL Janet Paterson McLeod or Campbell died at 1 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 7th August
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1912)
CAMPBELL Janet McVicar, wife of John Campbell, died at 29 Roxburgh St., Greenock in March 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1895)
CAMPBELL Janet McFarlane, wife of John Campbell, smith, died at 3 Nicolson St., Greenock on 14th
Dec 1876 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1876)
CAMPBELL Janet Love, eldest daughter of James Campbell, painter, to Hugh Campbell, painter, at 5
Antigua St., Greenock on 20th July 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1875)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, daughter of Dugald Campbell, gardener, died at West Glenhuntly Port Glasgow on
10th July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1910)
CAMPBELL Janet Kennedy, widow of Dougald Campbell, died at Low Vennel, Greenock on 5th July
1848 (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1848)
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of John Campbell, to Robert Bowie engineer, at Arcade Hall,
Greenock on 28th August 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1888)
CAMPBELL Janet Heugh, wife of Neil Campbell, sailmaker, 36 Shore St., Gourock died at Greenock
infirmary on 30th Dec 1912 age 58 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1912)
CAMPBELL Janet Hendry Law, wife of John Campbell, boilermaker, died at 36 Crescent St., Greenock
on 19th June 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1873) see John
CAMPBELL Janet Gibson, wife or Matthew Campbell, carpenter, died at 17 Morton Terrace, Greenock
on 21st March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1912)
CAMPBELL Janet Cunningham, widow of Peter Campbell, died at 26 Brisbane St., Greenock on 12th
Feb 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1897)
CAMPBELL Janet Cunningham, 2nd daughter of Peter Campbell, commission agent, died at 9
Wellington St., Greenock on 28th Oct 1883 age 2yrs 4months (Greenock Telegraph
29.10.1883)
CAMPBELL Janet Brown, wife of Colin Campbell, shipwright, died at 21 Ingleston St., Greenock in 6th
Dec 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1900) see Janet B; Colin
CAMPBELL Janet Brown, only daughter of John Campbell, flesher, 27 Bank St, to James Kirkwood at 42
Regent St, Greenock on 31st August 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1898)
CAMPBELL Janet Brown, youngest daughter of Colin Campbell, shipwright, died at 21 Ingleston St.,
Greenock on 19th March 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1887) see Janet B
CAMPBELL Janet, 3rd daughter of Matthew Campbell, to Neil McNeil, at Crawford's Cafe, Greenock on
12th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1901)
CAMPBELL Janet, eldest daughter of John & Jane Campbell, died at Inverkip on 9th Dec 1901 age 19
(Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1901)
CAMPBELL Janet, daughter of Rose & Duncan Campbell, died at 24 St. Lawrence St., Greenock on 5th
March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1898)
CAMPBELL Janet, daughter of Donald Campbell, messenger, died at 22 Mearns St., Greenock on 19
July 1897 age 22 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1897)
CAMPBELL Greenock on 15th Oct 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1878) Christina Cunningham died
at 9 Belville St on 28th July 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1882)
CAMPBELL Janet King Campbell died at Port Glasgow on 21th Sept 1850 (Greenock Advertiser
27.9.1850)
CAMPBELL Margaret Campbell, formerly of 33 Nelson St. died at 28 Tobago Street, Greenock on 19th
August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1907)
CAMPBELL Margaret Forsyth, wife of Duncan Campbell, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th Nov 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1910)
CAMPBELL Margaret Dickie, eldest daughter of late Matthew P. Campbell, died at 86 Bay Street,
Greenock on 12th August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1908) see Matthew P.
CAMPBELL Maggie Calder, daughter of James Campbell, grocer, 35 Brisbane St. to Adam Peterson
Laurie at Tontine, Greenock on 6th June 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1911)
CAMPBELL Margaret Calder, wife of James Campbell, grocer, died at 32 Nelson St W., Greenock on
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17th March 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1891)
CAMPBELL Margaret Buntain, widow of Arch Campbell, died at 88 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 26th
July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1913)
CAMPBELL Margaret Bryden, eldest daughter of late Alex Campbell, gardener, 2 Meadow Bank, to John
Drysdale, compositor, at the Anchorage, Gourock on 7th Dec 1905 (Greenock Telegraph
8.12.1905) see Alex
CAMPBELL Margaret Brown, widow of Capt Neil Campbell, mother of Baillie Campbell, died at 11
Ardgowan Sq., Greenock on 27th Sept 1874 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1874
Greenock Advertiser 29.9.1874)
CAMPBELL Margaret Boag, widow of Capt John Campbell, died at 23 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
23rd Jan 1883 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 23.1.1883) see Capt John
CAMPBELL Margaret Bell or Campbell died at her father's, 59 Church St., Port Glasgow on 10th Feb
1910 (Port Glasgow Examiner 11.2.1910)
CAMPBELL Maggie Nelson, wife of Alex K. Campbell, plater, died at 9 E Crawford Street, Greenock on
23rd Feb 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1904)
CAMPBELL Maggie Adam, daughter of Hugh Campbell, to John Lawson at 1 Bank Street, Greenock on
30th June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1897)
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of Neil Campbell, 11 Regent St. to Malcolm Campbell, youngest
son of late John Stewart, at Britannia Hall, Terrace Rd., Greenock on 19th Dec 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1913)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, youngest daughter of Walter Campbell, to Robert Campbell, engineer, at 3
Meadowbank, Gourock on 3rd July 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1907)
CAMPBELL Margaret, youngest daughter of Malcolm Campbell, boilermaker, 16 Regent Street,
Greenock, to Robert Howie, at St Mary's Episcopal, New York on 19th Oct 1908 (Greenock
Telegraph 30.10.1908)
CAMPBELL Janet Campbell, 50 years servant to late Mrs Macdonald, died at 46 Finnart St., Greenock in
Oct 1888 age 76 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1888)
CAMPBELL Maggie, wife of Robert Campbell, brakesman, formerly of Greenock, eldest daughter of late
Hugh Munro, tanner, died at Victoria Infirmary Glasgow on 28th April 1907 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.4.1907)
CAMPBELL Margaret, daughter of Neil Campbell, foremen, to John Campbell, blacksmith, at 47 Belville
Street, Greenock on 16th March 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1906)
CAMPBELL Maggie, infant daughter of Malcolm& Mary Ann Campbell, boatman, died at 47 Shaw Street,
Greenock on 8th August 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1903)
CAMPBELL Margaret, daughter of late Duncan Campbell, St Catherine's, Loch Fyne, died at 74 Shore
Street, Gourock on 8th March 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1903)
CAMPBELL Margaret Campbell, formerly of 21 Finnart St., died at 29 Nelson St W. Greenock on 21st
Jan 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1902)
CAMPBELL Margaret, daughter of Arch & Margaret Campbell, carter,- died at 5 Lynedoch Street,
Greenock on 10th August 1901 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1901)
CAMPBELL Maggie, only daughter of Robert Campbell, to Robert Ross at Imperial Hall, Greenock on
15th July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1898)
CAMPBELL Margaret, wife of J.R. Campbell, daughter of late Wm. Orr London, formerly of Greenock,
died at Opawa, Christchurch, NZ on 9th June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1897)
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of Daniel Campbell, wine merchant, 55 Shore St. to James
Sheerer at John St. Hall, Gourock on 25th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1893)
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of Richard R. Campbell, brassfinisher, died at 19 Belville Street,
Greenock on 22nd August 1893 age 4yrs 3months (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1893)
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of Duncan Campbell, sugar porter, 28 Bank St, to William Bentley
McMillan, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 15th July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph
17.7.1891) see Duncan
CAMPBELL Margaret, eldest daughter of Donald Campbell, sailmaker, died at 63 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock on 16th Oct 1890 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1890)
CAMPBELL Margaret, widow of Neil Campbell, blacksmith youngest daughter of late John Gruersen
blacksmith, died at 5 W Blackhall Street, Greenock on 11th May 1889 age 61 (Greenock
Telegraph 13.5.1889)
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CAMPBELL Margaret, only daughter of Wm Campbell, to William S. McLean at the Manse, 82 Union
Street, Greenock on 2nd Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Campbell born at 31 West Burn St., Greenock on 25th May
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1911)
CAMPBELL Janet, only daughter of John McK. Campbell, died at 9 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 12th
Nov 1888 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1888)
CAMPBELL Grace Brodie, youngest daughter of John Campbell, joiner, 94 Dempster St., to John
McCallum, at Clachar, Strachur on 19th March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1897)
CAMPBELL Mrs Grace Campbell, 40 years housekeeper, for late Wm Robertson, Craigend, Gourock,
died at Rockingham, Kilcreggan on 4th Sept 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1896)
CAMPBELL Grace, youngest child of Robert Campbell, ship chandler, died at Greenock on 11th Nov
1846 age 11 months (Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1846)
CAMPBELL Gordon, eldest son of John Campbell, joiner, Inverkip, killed at Upper Greenock Station on
18th Oct 1898 age 13 (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1898)
CAMPBELL Gilbert Campbell, farm labourer, Rothesay, found on the line at Wemyss Bay on 29th Nov
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1907)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs George W. Campbell born at 5 Hope St., Greenock on 5th Sept 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1913)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs George W. Campbell born at 5 Hope St., Greenock on 28th June 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1911)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs George W. Campbell engineer, born at 5 Hope St., Greenock on 13th
April 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1910)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs George H. Campbell patternmaker, born at 35 Lyle St, Greenock on
7th Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1913)
CAMPBELL George Dick Campbell, labourer, 5 Belville St., died at James Duff & Co., Rue-end St.,
Greenock on 11th March 1911 age 70 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1911)
CAMPBELL George David eldest son of James Campbell, fish merchant, died at 19 Ardgowan St. W.,
Greenock on 18th June 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1872 Greenock Advertiser
20.6.1872)
CAMPBELL Grizel, widow of John Campbell, ship carpenter, Greenock died 26th March 1827 - buried
28th March 1827
CAMPBELL George Campbell, riveter, husband of Jane, died at 4 Cartsburn St., Greenock on 27th June
1908 age 44 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1908)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs D. H. Campbell born at 1 Kelly St., Greenock on 12th march 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 15.3.1866)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs George Campbell born at 31 West Burn St Greenock on 1st May 1908
(Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1908)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs George Campbell born at 31 West Burn St., Greenock on 12th Dec 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1905)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs George Campbell born at 31 West Burn St., Greenock on 7th Dec 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1904) Hugh McMillan died 20th Dec 1904 (Greenock Telegraph
20.12.1904)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Campbell, carpenter, born at 31 West Burn St., Greenock an
18th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1903)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Campbell born at 5 Kilblain St., Greenock on 30th April 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Campbell, carpenter, born at 5 Kilblain St., Greenock on 2nd
Feb 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 3,2.1898)
CAMPBELL George Campbell, shipwright, to Agnes, daughter of Hugh McMillan, lather, at Yielder's
Cafe, Greenock on 27th Dec 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1895)
CAMPBELL George, youngest son of Angus Campbell, cooper, died at 39 Roxburgh St., Greenock on
15th Jan 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1884)
CAMPBELL George Campbell, formerly a draper's assistant, drowned at Gourock on 23rd Sept 1841
(Greenock Advertiser 28.9.1841)
CAMPBELL Dr G.J. Campbell, Beith, formerly of Port Glasgow, to Jessie Muir, youngest daughter of late
T. Turner, Greenock, at Bath Hotel Glasgow on 7th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph
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10.6.1907)
CAMPBELL Son to Dr & Mrs G.J. Campbell born at 63 Princes St., Port Glasgow on 25th Feb 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1904)
CAMPBELL Dr. G.J. Campbell, Port Glasgow, to Emma, youngest daughter of David McMillan, flesher, 7
Prospecthill St, at Greenock Town hall Saloon on 10th Dec 1902 - 63 Princes St., Port
Glasgow (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1902) see Emma A,McM
CAMPBELL Francis Wood Campbell, iron moulder, 1 Belville St., Greenock, husband of Mary Coats,
died at Glenbrae, Gryfe, Greenock on 8th Feb 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1912)
CAMPBELL George Allan, youngest twin son of Walter Campbell, died at 5 East Quay Lane Greenock
on 13th Dec 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1878)
CAMPBELL Helen Elizabeth, daughter of John Campbell, to A. Anderson, merchant, at Deer Park
Greenock on 11th June 1831 (Greenock Advertiser 17.6.1831) see Margaret
CAMPBELL Janet, daughter of Thomas Campbell, carpenter, died at 20 John St, Greenock on 2nd Dec
1884 (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1884)
CAMPBELL Janet, 3rd daughter of late Pete Campbell, Port Glasgow, to J.K. Campbell, engineer, at
Rockhill, 22 Margaret St., Greenock on 6th July 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1882)
CAMPBELL Janet, eldest daughter of James Campbell, formerly of Lyle St., Greenock, died at Dunedin,
NZ on 8th March 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1882)
CAMPBELL Janet Campbell died at her nephew's, Angus Cook, 2 Charles St., Greenock on 22nd Jan
1873 (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1873)
CAMPBELL Janet, youngest daughter of late Daniel Campbell, cooper, Greenock to John Small at South
Shields on 14th Feb 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1867)
CAMPBELL Janet, only daughter of late Daniel Campbell, to Alexander Taylor at Cathcart Square,
Greenock on 30th Jan 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 31.1.1854) see Daniel
CAMPBELL Helen Tough, eldest daughter of late Capt. James Campbell, to James Martin at 27
Lynedoch St., Greenock on 26th Feb 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1874) see Agnes J.
CAMPBELL Helen Tough, wife of Robert N. Campbell, died at 12 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 27th Sept
1847 age 29 - son born 18th Sept 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 28.9.1847) see Robert N.
CAMPBELL Helen McDonald, only surviving daughter of James Campbell, died at 8 Manse Lane,
Greenock on 8th Dec 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1904)
CAMPBELL Helen L.K., daughter of Robert Campbell, Clifton, Gourock, to Hugh W., son of Bailie Brown,
Avondale, Gourock, at Tontine, Greenock on 10th Sept 1909 (Greenock Telegraph
11.9.1908 p2 Gourock Advertiser 11.9.1908 p3) see Robert
CAMPBELL Helen King, wife of James Campbell, formerly of Customs, died at 59 Ann St, Greenock on
26th April 1900 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1900)
CAMPBELL Helen Gardiner, infant daughter of John & Elizabeth Campbell, cooper, died at 49 Mearns
St., Greenock on 16th Jan 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1908)
CAMPBELL Grace Duncan, widow of Robert Campbell, died at Bridgend, Greenock on 21st Jan 1837
(Greenock Advertiser 23.1.1837) see Isabella
CAMPBELL Helen F., 3rd daughter of Alex Campbell, to W. Lorimer at 46 Margaret St., Greenock on
30th June 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1903) see Helen F.
CAMPBELL Margaret H. Dewar, widow of John Campbell, shipwright, died at her son in law's, 12 Lyle
Street, Greenock in Nov 1913 age 90 (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1913) see Maggie H
CAMPBELL Helen, eldest daughter of late Charles Campbell, to David Barnford, London, at St Mary's
Greenock on 27th Dec 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1910)
CAMPBELL Helen, 5th daughter of late Wm Campbell, Port Glasgow to Robert, youngest son of late
John Galbraith, Busby, at Ritchie's Hotel, Greenock on 12th Dec 1907 (Greenock Telegraph
16.12.1907)
CAMPBELL Helen, only daughter of late Colin Campbell, formerly of Glasgow, died at Cairn Terrace,
Port Glasgow on 13th Jan 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1907)
CAMPBELL Helen, daughter of Peter Campbell, auctioneer, to John S. Cooper at 40 Sinclair St.,
Greenock on 26th April 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1883)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell born at 7 Virginia St., Greenock on 20th May 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1905)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell born at 21 Wellington St., Greenock on 28th June 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1910)
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CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell born at 21 Wellington St., Greenock on 11th May 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1905)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell, salesman, born at 21 Wellington St., Greenock on
11th July 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1903)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell, born at 10 Wellington St., Greenock on 27th Oct 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1901)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell born at 21 Wellington St., Greenock on 8th Feb 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 9,2.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hector Campbell, salesman, born at 21 Wellington St., Greenock on
5th April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1898)
CAMPBELL Hannah Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of Duncan Campbell, Joiner to Thomas Watson at 78
Holmscroft St., Greenock on 8th August 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1895)
CAMPBELL Hamish Brown, 4th son of Donald & Johanna Campbell, died at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock
on 8th March 1913 age 2yrs 4months (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1913)
CAMPBELL Helen Fraser, wife of Alex Cameron, boilermaker, died at 10 Baker St., Greenock oil 13th
Sept 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1896)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell. clerk, born at 8 West Burn Street, Greenock on 13th
June 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 13.6.1870)
CAMPBELL Margaret Gribben, wife of Hugh Campbell, green grocer, 41 W Blackhall Street, Greenock,
died at Ayr on 3rd Dec 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1878)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard R. Campbell born at 9 Belville Street, Greenock on 25th July
1880 (Greenock Telegraph 26.7,1880) Annie Reid died 23rd Feb 1881 (Greenock Telegraph
24.2.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John L. Campbell born at Roslin Place, Gourock on 6th Nov 1871
(Greenock Advertiser 9.11.1871)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Richard R. Campbell born at 9 Belville Street, Greenock on 8th Jan 1882
(Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard R. Campbell, brassfinisher, born at 12 Laird Street, Greenock
on 2nd Oct 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1900)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, Joiner, to Marion, 9th daughter of John Orr, farmer, Rau, at Greenock on
18th April 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1842)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, headmaster, Middle Parish School Greenock, to Catherine, youngest
daughter of late Thomas Mderson, at Leith on 3rd July 1846 (Greenock Advertiser
10.7.1846)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 38 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 16th Sept 1847
(Greenock Advertiser 17-9.1847)
CAMPBELL Mrs Robert Campbell (Catherine) died at 38 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 3rd Oct 1847 -
son born 16th Sept 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 5.10.18547)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, moulder, to Agnes, youngest daughter of Wm Dick, cooper, at 24
Brisbane Street, Greenock on 8th Sept 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 9.9.1865)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, moulder, died at his mother in law's.24 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 8th
Sept 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1868 Greenock Advertiser 10.9.1868)
CAMPBELL Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born a 8 Cross-shore Street, Greenock on 8th
August 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1869)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard R. Campbell, brassfinisher, born at 1 Belville St.
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell died at Cardell, Wemyss Bay on 4th Nov 1869 age 17yrs 9months
(Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1869)
CAMPBELL Rebecca Campbell died at Westbank Greenock on 10th Nov 1884 (Greenock Telegraph
12.11.1884)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 8 West Burn Street, Greenock on 18th Dec 1871
(Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1871)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 8 West Burn St Greenock on 29th July 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 8 West Burn Street, Greenock on 15th Feb
1875 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1875)
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CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, clerk, born at 1 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
12th Oct 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1876)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, slater, Tobago St. died at Greenock Infirmary in April 1871 after a fall from
a roof in Tobago St on 13th March 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1871)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr b Mrs Robert Campbell, engineer, born at 64 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on
1st July 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1872)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 64 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on let Nov 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1873)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, coal dealer.11 Scott's Lane, Port Glasgow, killed on the railway line near
the goods station Port Glasgow on 19th July 1873 age 45 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1873
Greenock Advertiser 22.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, flesher, died at 18 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 31st Jan 1878 (Greenock
Telegraph 31.1.1878)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, bootmaker, born at 68 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on
16th Feb 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1880)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, boot & shoemaker, born at 68 Drumfrochar Rd.
Greenock on 17th March 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 64 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on 11th Jan
1884 (Greenock Telegraph 12-1.1884)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 64 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on 21st June
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1885)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 8 Cross-shore Street, Greenock on 18th Jan
1871 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1871)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, patternmaker, eldest son of late Peter Campbell, carver, died at 27
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 24th March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1898) see Peter
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell Jun. born at Grosvenor Terrace Greenock on 13th
April 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1879)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell Jun. born at Grosvenor Terr. Greenock on 18th Dec 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1885)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell jun, agent, born at 36 Brisbane Street, Greenock on
7th March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1888)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell died at 7 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 13th Oct 1876 age 66 (Greenock
Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 14.10.1876)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, carver, died at 67 Regent Street, Greenock on 14th March 1886 age 52
(Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1886) see Peter
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at 32 Arthur Street, Greenock on 9th July 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1888)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, flesher, 38 Michael St., brother of Mrs Hollands, died at Greenock Infirmary
on 8th May 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1889)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, curator, died at Gamble Institute, Gourock on 26th August 1894 - obit p2
(Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1894)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, Port Glasgow, to Elizabeth Wilson, 3rd daughter of late Robert Morrison,
C.E., at Clydesdale House, Esplanade, Greenock on 11th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph
12.6.1896)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, manufacturer, Port Glasgow, died at 6 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 23rd
June 1896 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1896)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, teacher, to Bessie, youngest daughter of Neil Morison, tailor, at Greenock
on 30th Dec 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1897)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter M. Campbell, teacher, born at 21 Trafalgar St Greenock on 15th Oct
1898 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1898)
CAMPBELL Lillias Macaulay, eldest daughter of late Arch Campbell, to Daniel Mackenzie at Tontine
Greenock on 8th Feb 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1900)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell, teacher, born at 68 Kelly Street, Greenock on 11th Feb
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1912)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, boot & shoemaker, died at 18 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on 29th May
1911 age 65 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1911)
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CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, brother of Ellen Trainer, died at 8 John Street, Greenock in Nov 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1902)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell born at 17 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 30th June
1905 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1905)
CAMPBELL Peter Campbell, grocer, 89 Roxburgh Street, Greenock died at Springhill, 19 Ashton Rd.
Gourock on 15th Sept 1906 age 60 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1906)
CAMPBELL Peter T. Campbell, chief engineer, ss ' Fifeshire' , to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of
Lachlan McLean, Singapore, at 27 Mearns Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1895 (Greenock
Telegraph 4.5.1895)
CAMPBELL Phemy Susina, daughter of Donald Campbell, messenger, died at 26 Mearns Street,
Greenock on 8th Nov 1896 age 15 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1896)
CAMPBELL Philip F. Campbell, clerk, husband of Jeanie, died at 18 Bruce Street, Greenock on 24th
Sept 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Philip F. Campbell born at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1896)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Philip F. Campbell, clerk, born at 11 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 15th
June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1898)
CAMPBELL Pollock Campbell died at Seafield House, Greenock on 10th Oct 1809 (Greenock Advertiser
13.10.1809)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs R.S. Campbell, formerly of Gourock, born at 14 Pacific Parade,
Manlum Sydney on 28th Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1913)
CAMPBELL R.T.L. Campbell, brassfinisher, Greenock, to Elizabeth Barton, 2nd daughter of late John
Thobaven, sugar boiler, at Glasgow on 3rd July 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Rachel Meek Campbell died at Port Glasgow Rd. Greenock in Dec 1895 (Greenock
Telegraph 1.1.1896)
CAMPBELL Rebecca Mathieson, youngest daughter of Malcolm & Mary Campbell, tugboatman, died at
41 Shaw Street, Greenock on 1st July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1910), see Malcolm
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell, teacher, born at I Campsie Terrace Greenock on 9th Sept
1900 (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1900)
CAMPBELL Robert Neil Campbell, ship chandler, to Isabella, daughter of John Hunter, ropemaker, at 4
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 12th June 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 15.6.1849)
CAMPBELL Robert, youngest son of Robert Campbell, Clifton, Gourock, died at Salisbury, Rhodesia on
16th Sept 1908 (Greenock Telegraph & Gourock Advertiser 18.9.1908) see Helen L.K.
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, engineer, husband of Catherine McLardy, died at 12 Belville Street,
Greenock on 25th May 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1911)
CAMPBELL Robert, youngest son of Robert Campbell, died at 6 Chalmers Street, Greenock on 27th July
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1912)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Auchmountain Cottage, Broompark Rd.
High Blantyre on 13th May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1913)
CAMPBELL Robert Anderson, Campbell, pianist, music teacher, registrar of the Middle Parish, died at
Bank House, Greenock on 17th August 1875 age 27 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock
Advertiser 17.8.1875)
CAMPBELL Robert Archibald Campbell to Agnes Hawke, eldest daughter of James McKissock,
shipwright, at Ritchie's Hotel, Greenock on 21st Feb 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1901)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert A. Campbell born at 36 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 22nd Feb
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1903)
CAMPBELL Robert Cunningham, 2nd son of Peter Campbell, grocer, died at 22 Bank Street, Greenock
on 19th Oct 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 21.10.1853)
CAMPBELL Robert James, son of Wm Campbell, died at 7 Crescent Street, Greenock in August 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1906)
CAMPBELL Robert N. Campbell, ship chandler, to Helm, 2nd daughter of Alex Tough Jun, ropemaker.
Clyde Ropeworks, at Greenock on 13th June 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 14.6.1838) see
Helen T.; Isabella H
CAMPBELL Robert N. Campbell died at 30 E Regent Street, Greenock on 18th Sept 1855 (Greenock
Advertiser 21.9.1855)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert N. Campbell born at 12 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 18th Sept
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Subject Entry
1847 (Greenock Advertiser 28.9.1847) mother, Helen T. died 27.9.1847
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, shoemaker, born at 54 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock
on 14th August 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1887)
CAMPBELL Robert Neill Campbell to Mary Aird Brown, elder daughter of Walter C.S. McGlashan,
warehouseman, an, Moidart, at Ashton UF, Gourock on 6th April 1907 (Greenock Telegraph
8.1.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 57 Ann St Greenock on 25th Dec 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert N. Campbell, fish curer, born at Arnisdale, Gourock on 7th Jan
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1908)
CAMPBELL Robert S. Campbell, commission agent, to Margaret Shaw Tucker, at 32 Nelson St. W.
Greenock on.12th Dec 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 14.-12.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert S. Campbell, commission agent, born at 32 Nelson St. W. Greenock
on 17th Sept 1883 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 17.9.1883)
CAMPBELL Robert Scott Campbell, Port Glasgow & Sydney, to Mary McNeill& younger daughter of D.
Macdonald, N.B. Railway steamer ' Craigendoran' , at Drimhill, Broomberry Dr, Gourock on
25th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1911)
CAMPBELL Robert T.L. Campbell, brassfinisher, 34 Ingleston St, husband of Elizabeth, died at
Greenock Infirmary on 25th Dec 1892 age 45 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1892)
CAMPBELL Son & daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert T.L. Campbell, brassfinisher, born at 24 Wellington
Street, Greenock on 30th April 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1874)
CAMPBELL Margaret Law, daughter of John Campbell, boilermaker, died at 6 West Quay Greenock on
1st Nov 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.18?5)
CAMPBELL Margaret Johnstone, wife of John Campbell, died at 5 Glen Burn St. Port Glasgow on 1st
June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1907)
CAMPBELL Margaret Jessie, youngest daughter of late Peter & Mrs Campbell, Gamble Institute, to
Charles Simons, Armstrong, BC, at Episcopal Church, Lacombs, Alberta on 23rd Dec 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1913)
CAMPBELL Maggie Hughan, daughter of late John Campbell, shipwright, to Alexander Grieve, plumber,
at 76 Dempster Street, Greenock on 29th December 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1883)
see Margaret H.D.
CAMPBELL Margaret Hood, wife of John Campbell, died at 62 Kelly Street, Greenock on 16th May 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1898)
CAMPBELL Maggie Haswell, 2nd daughter of late Hugh Campbell, to William Harley, engineer, at 45
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 14th July 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Peter Campbell Jun., sugar agent, born at Grosvenor Terrace Greenock on
30th June 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert N. Campbell born at Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 21st April 1850
(Greenock Advertiser 23.4.1850)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, plater, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 15th Sept 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 17-9.1900)
CAMPBELL Margaret Groves, eldest daughter of James Campbell, died at Greenock Infirmary on 12th
Sept 1904 age 9 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1904)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, carpenter, son of late John Campbell, police officer, husband of Erskine,
died at 10 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 8th March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1880)
see John
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, plumber, born at 61 Ann Street, Greenock on 4th
Nov 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1882)
CAMPBELL Robert, 2nd youngest son of John Campbell, cooper, died at 4 Prospecthill Street, Greenock
on 7th Nov 1882 age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1882) see John
CAMPBELL Robert, eldest son of late, Arch Campbell, died at 18 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 7th April
1883 age 15yrs 10months (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1883) see Arch
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell to Isabella, eldest surviving daughter of late Wm McLean, at 13 Watt
Street, Greenock on 26th August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1886)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, bricklayer, only son of late John Campbell, baker, husband of Christina,
died at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 12th Feb 1890 age 34 (Greenock Telegraph
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Subject Entry
132.1890)
CAMPBELL Robert.2nd son of late Wm Campbell, 2 Mackenzie St., died at his brother in law's, John
Suttie, 7 Ratho Street, Greenock on 21st March 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1892) see
lane B
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, husband of Janet Killoch, died at Greenock Infirmary on 30th March 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1891)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, hammermen, husband of Elizabeth, died at 78 Dempster Street, Greenock
on 15th June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1892) see Elizabeth YH
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, formerly of Melbourne, to Martha, only daughter of Thomas Dillon,
labourer at 18 Antigua Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph
24.6.1893)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, engineer, died at 27 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 6th Oct 1893 age 28
(Greenock Telegraph 6.30.1893)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, husband of Rachel, died at his daughter’s, 105 Port Glasgow Rd.,
Greenock in August 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1894)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell Jun born at 9 Hope Street, Greenock on 3rd July
1909 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1909)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 4 Cove Rd., Gourock on 29th Jan 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, shoemaker, born at 68 Drumfrochar Rd. Greenock on
25th Feb 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1890)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, engineer, born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 23rd Sept
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1908)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 17th Oct 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1909)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, engineer, to Jeanie, youngest daughter of Walter Campbell, at 3
Meadowbank, Gourock on 3rd June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1907)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell to Henrietta, 3rd daughter of late John Rodger, mason, died at 57 Ann
Street, Greenock on 29th March 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1907)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, former timekeeper with John Poynter, Son & MacDonald, Greenock died
at 14 Floor St., Johnstone on 10th April 1897 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1897)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, engineer, born at 6 Cardwell Rd. Gourock on 3rd Oct
1905 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1905)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell to Mary Sutherland, eldest daughter of Arch Clark Dick, joiner, 67
Roxburgh St. at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 17th June 187 (Greenock Telegraph
18.6.1897)
CAMPBELL Robert, infant son of Arch & Georgina Campbell, died at 8 Ann Street, Greenock on 21st
April 1902 age I (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1902)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, father of Alex, died at 21 Stanners Street, Greenock on 15th Nov 1901
age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1901)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, former shipping agent, Customhouse Quay, husband of Agnes, died at 30
Brymner Street, Greenock on 28th Oct 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1901)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell born at 17 Royal Street, Gourock on let April 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Campbell, steward, born at 17 Royal Street, Gourock on 21st March
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1901) Robert died in July 1901 (Greenock Telegraph
5.7.1901)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell to Grace, eldest daughter of Gavin Boyd, engineer, 9 Hope St. at
Crawford' s Hall, Greenock on 3rd San 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1,1908)
CAMPBELL Robert Campbell, slater, 22 W Stewart Street, Greenock, died at 18 Blythswood Sq.
Glasgow on 3rd August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1904) see Ann H.
CAMPBELL James Campbell to Agnes Irvine, youngest daughter of James Duthie, cooper, at 13 Union
St., Greenock on 27th Nov 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1911)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on 9th August
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1892)
CAMPBELL James Campbell to Janet Millar, daughter of Daniel Meikle at St. Enoch Hotel, Glasgow on
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27th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1903)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, husband of Isabella, died at 11 John St, Greenock on 28th march 1904
age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 29.5.1904)
CAMPBELL James, 2nd son of James Campbell, died at 33 Hamilton St., Greenock on 14th August 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1904)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, model maker, husband of Barbara Jagger, died at 6 Octavia St., Port
Glasgow on 5th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1904)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, Ardrishaig, to Helen Adeline Hart at 27 Kelly St., Greenock on 14th Dec
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 5 Lauriston St., Greenock on 29th March 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1905)
CAMPBELL James Campbell to Lizzie, 4th daughter of Thomas Gray, riveter, at 39 Shaw St., Greenock
on 3rd Jan 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1906)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, fireman, died at Lyon's Lane, Greenock on 14th April 1906 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.4.1906 Port Glasgow Examiner 18.4.1906)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, Greenock, to Harriet, daughter of late James Paris, Bell-quarry, West
Calder, on 5th July 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1907)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, husband of Margaret McAdorey died at 16 Inverkip St., Greenock on 3rd
March 1908 age 37 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1908)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, Stroul, Roseneath, to Janet, elder daughter of Robert Mackenzie, Ashton
Rd., at Gourock on 20th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1909)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 83 Belville St., Greenock on 19th May 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1902)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 19 Ingleston Pl., Greenock on 20th August 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1910)
CAMPBELL James, 4th son of late John Campbell, cooper, Greenock, died at Wellington, New Zealand
on 16th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1902) see Duncan
CAMPBELL Son to, Mr & Mrs James Campbell, plater, born at 9 Belville St., Greenock on 28th June
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1912)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 5 Ashburn Gate, Gourock on 17th August
1912 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1912)
CAMPBELL James, eldest son of late Thomas Campbell, died at 13 Tobago July 1903 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.7.1903)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, former sugar sampler, husband of Robina, died at 37 Crawfurd St.,
Greenock on 10th Dec 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1912)
CAMPBELL James Campbell died at 3 Ratho St., Greenock on 2nd March 1913 (Greenock Telegraph
3.3.1913)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, merchant, died at 35 Brisbane St, Greenock an 17th Dec 1913 (Greenock
Telegraph 18.12.1913)
CAMPBELL James A., son of Walter Campbell, stevedore, died at 24 Antigua St., Greenock on 29th July
1887 age 7 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1867)
CAMPBELL James Alexander, only son of Duncan Campbell, 7 Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock died at
Cheefoo, China on 29th Dec 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1886)
CAMPBELL James Dowall, youngest son of Neil Campbell, died at 61 Ann St., Greenock on 17th May
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1885)
CAMPBELL James Dykes, son of Peter Campbell, blockmaker, Port Glasgow, died at Tunbridge Wells in
June 1295 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1895)
CAMPBELL James Fletcher Campbell, merchant, died at Westbank, Greenock an 24th Nov 1879
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 24.11.1879)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James K. Campbell, O.D.O., Customs, born at 59 Ann St., Greenock on
21st June 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 21.06.1889)
CAMPBELL James M. Campbell, grocer, to Diana Wilson, 5th daughter of Neil Shaw, at Brougham St.,
Greenock on 12th June 1877 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 13.6.1877)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, engineer, F.S.N. Co.., eldest son of Alex Campbell, ship chandler, 19
South St., Greenock, died at Bootle on 3rd August 1909 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph
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Subject Entry
4.8.1909)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, father of Elizabeth Boag, died at 23 Nelson St., Greenock in Oct 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1891)
CAMPBELL Jessie McFarlane, youngest daughter of John Campbell, blacksmith, to Alexander, son of
late Capt Peter McKellar, at 9 Nicolson St., Greenock on 15th April 1863 (Greenock
Advertiser 16.4.1863)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, 43 Cathcart St., Greenock died at Newcastle on Tyne Hospital on 17th
March 1884 age 22 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1884)
CAMPBELL James Campbell sen, died at 21 Antigua St., Greenock on 26th May 1884 (Greenock
Telegraph 27.5.1884)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, gardener, formerly of Gourock, died at his son in law's, 35 Ingleston St.,
Greenock on 7th Nov 1884 age 76 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1884) see Catherine
CAMPBELL James Campbell, mason, husband of Mary Ann, died at 51 Nicolson St, Greenock in Feb
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1885)
CAMPBELL James, son of Robert Campbell, clerk, 13 Lynedoch St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 18th
Feb 1885 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1885)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, husband of Elizabeth, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th June 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1885)
CAMPBELL James Campbell to Mary Ann, only daughter of Malcolm McFarlane, at 13 Brisbane St.,
Greenock on 2nd July I886 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1886)
CAMPBELL James, son of Robert Campbell, fitter, High Carnegie, Port Glasgow, drowned on 3rd April
1887 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1887)
CAMPBELL James, youngest son of Donald Campbell, engineer, died at 19 Ingleston St., Greenock on
24th Nov 1887 age 2yrs 11months (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1887)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, father of John, died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock in May 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1888)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, fish merchant, died at Lerwickville, 79 Brisbane St., Greenock on 27th Nov
1888 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1888) see Eliza C.
CAMPBELL James Campbell formerly of Customs, died at 59 Ann St., Greenock on 4th Dec 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1902)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, of Neil Kelly & Co., coal merchant, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Henry
Murray, shipbuilder at Westfield, Port Glasgow on 26th June 1890 (Greenock Telegraph
27.6.1890)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr and Mrs James M. Campbell born at 49 Brisbane St., Greenock on 16th May
1879 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 17.5.1879)
CAMPBELL James, infant son of John Campbell, died at 20 John St., Greenock on 16th Oct 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1891)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, painter, husband of Janet, died at 24 Stanners St., Greenock on 4th Oct
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1891)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, clothier & draper, to Jeanie, only daughter of late Hugh McLean, spirit
dealer, Glasgow, at BorIand's Hotel, Greenock on 28th April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph
30.4.1891)
CAMPBELL Mrs James Campbell, 21 Antigua St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 2nd Oct 1892 age 85
(Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1892)
CAMPBELL James, 2nd son of Robert Campbell, slater, died at 22 W. Stewart St., Greenock on 14th
Feb 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1894)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, husband of Mary, 15 Market St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 28th Feb
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1894)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, merchant, Greenock to Janet, 4th daughter of John Robertson, Seaview
Cottage, Methil, at Caledonian Hotel, Leven on 17th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph
18.6.1896)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, C Dove, to Carline, eldest daughter of James McAllese, gardener, 4 Shore
St., Gourock, at Glasgow on 23rd May 1898 by special licence (Greenock Telegraph
27.5.1898)
CAMPBELL James: Campbell, carpenter, husband of Sarah, died at 20 W. Stewart St., Greenock on 8th
June 1898 age 76 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1898)
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CAMPBELL James, infant son of John & Margaret Campbell, died at 35 Nicolson St., Greenock on 27th
August 1898 age 7months (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1898)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, shipwright, to Mary, eldest daughter of late John Colligan, mason, at St
Mary's, Greenock on 27th Sept 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1899)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 27 Belville St., Greenock on 18th Feb 1900
(Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1900)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 65 Ann St., Greenock on 18th August 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1901)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, sugar boiler, formerly of Greenock, died at 4 Clyde Rd., Victoria Docks,
London on 24th Dec 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1888)
CAMPBELL Jenny Wright, wife of Donald Campbell, pansman, 16 South St, died at Greenock Infirmary
on 19th July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1911) see Donald
CAMPBELL Janet, daughter of Nicholas C. Campbell, seaman & Janet Shaw, died on 27th Sept 1830 in
Greenock see Nicholas C
CAMPBELL Jeanie, 2nd daughter of Donald Campbell, to William Gordon Spence at Crawford's Hall,
Greenock in Dec 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1911)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, elder daughter of Hugh Campbell, cooper, 8 Lyle St., to Ferguson Kennedy at
Masonic Hall, Greenock on 2nd July 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1912)
CAMPBELL Jeanie Allan Campbell died at 36 Inverkip St., Greenock on 23rd April 1910 age 36
(Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1910)
CAMPBELL Jeanie McIntyre, wife of Wm Campbell, died at Barr's Brae, Port Glasgow on 16th July 1900
(Port Glasgow Examiner 19.7.1901)
CAMPBELL Jeanie Masterton, eldest daughter of C.T. Campbell, commercial traveller, to John Grey
Watson at 1 Ford PI., Finnart St., Greenock on 9th Nov 1910 (Greenock Telegraph
10.11.1910) see Effie
CAMPBELL Jean Taylor, daughter of John Campbell, 16 Bank St., to William Watson at Crawford's Hall,
Greenock on 25th Nov 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1913)
CAMPBELL Jeanie White, only daughter of Peter Campbell, to John Hunter Campbell at 7 Roxburgh St.,
Greenock on 25th April 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1876)
CAMPBELL Jeanie White, wife of John H. Campbell, fish curer, died at Arnisdale, Tower Drive, Gourock
on 14th Sept 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1904)
CAMPBELL Jeannie Whyte, daughter of James Campbell, to Matthew, son of late Thomas Blackwood,
shipbuilder, at Fern Bank, Port Glasgow on 8th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1896)
see Alex
CAMPBELL Jeanie Wilson, wife of John Campbell, cooper, died at 75 Regent St., Greenock on 29th Dec
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1904)
CAMPBELL Jemina Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at James McIntyre's, Woodburn Pl.,
Sandyford, Glasgow on 18th Sept 1907 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1907)
CAMPBELL James M. Campball, grocer, husband of Diana W.S., died at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on
6th Nov 1890 age 42 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1890)
CAMPBELL Jenny McIntosh, eldest daughter of John Campbell, joiner, 36 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock,
died at Seattle, Washington on 24th June1910 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1910)
CAMPBELL Jane Roy, widow of Mr Campbell, jailmaker, died at 4 Crawford Lane, Port Glasgow in June
1834 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1834)
CAMPBELL Jessie, youngest daughter of Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 8 John St., Greenock on 11th
Nov 1875 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1875)
CAMPBELL Jessie, eldest daughter of John Campbell, engineer, to Robert Fisher at 7 Princes St., Port
Glasgow on 2nd July 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1879)
CAMPBELL Jessie, 2nd youngest daughter of Alex Campbell, draper to William Smith, at 32 Arthur St.,
Greenock on 20th Feb 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1880)
CAMPBELL Jessie Campbell to James Farquharson at Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 1st Jan 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1885)
CAMPBELL Jessie, daughter of Donald & Sarah Campbell, died at 14 Holmscroft St, Greenock an 14th
Feb 1897 age 8months (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1897)
CAMPBELL Jessie, daughter of Arch Campbell, carter, 6 Lynedoch St., to Ronald McEachran at 19
Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock on 29th Dec 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1912)
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CAMPBELL Jessie Alfreda, only surviving daughter of Alex Campbell, stationer, died at 3 W Blackhall
St., Greenock on 1st April 1869 age 3 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
3.4.1869)
CAMPBELL Jessie Callander Robertson, 4th daughter of John Campbell, baker, formerly of Greenock, to
Harry A. Turner at 111 St Andrew's Rd., Pollockshields on 14th Dec 1893 (Greenock
Telegraph 15.12.1893)
CAMPBELL Jessie Cameron, wife of Duncan Campbell, formerly of Gourock, died at Camphill, Paisley
on 31st May 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1885)
CAMPBELL Jessie Christina, eldest surviving daughter of late Ronald Campbell, died at 8 South St.,
Greenock on 11th Feb 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1901)
CAMPBELL Jessie Falconer, wife of Donald Campbell, Joiner, died at 8 John St., Greenock on 22nd Nov
1882 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1882)
CAMPBELL Jessie L. daughter of James Campbell, formerly of Greenock, to William Armour at St.
Luke's, Victoria Docks, London on 3rd August 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1888)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John M. Campbell born at 5 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 23rd August
1878 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 24.8.1878)
CAMPBELL Jenny, youngest daughter of John & Mary Campbell, died at 12 Prospecthill St., Greenock
on 12th May 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1907)
CAMPBELL Jane Gibb, wife of Arch Campbell, chief engineer, 'Fuing', died at 2 Campsie Terrace
Greenock on 1st Nov 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1902)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, coal merchant born at 12 Wellington St., Greenock
on 15th April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1891)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James M. Campbell born at 49 Brisbane St., Greenock on 19th July
1881 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 20.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James M. Campbell born at 49 Brisbane St., Greenock on 8th May
1883 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 9.5.1883)
CAMPBELL James Magee Campbell to Agnes, 4th daughter of Arch Cooper, painter, at 32 Ann St,
Greenock on 23rd Jan 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1913)
CAMPBELL Jane, daughter of John Campbell, Comptroller Greenock Customs, to Robert Sinclair jun,
civil engineer at Greenock on 15th Oct 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1838) see Jane
CAMPBELL Jane, youngest daughter of Charles Campbell, printer, died at Holmscroft St, Greenock on
24th August 1860 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1860) see Charles
CAMPBELL Jane, daughter of late Neil Campbell, blacksmith, died at 13 Crawfurd St, Greenock on 20th
Jan 1866 age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1866)
CAMPBELL Miss Jane Campbell died at 33 Hamilton St., Greenock, (property built by her father in 1737)
in June 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1867)
CAMPBELL Jane, youngest daughter of Hugh Campbell, carpenter, died at 14 Market St., Greenock on
29th June 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1869)
CAMPBELL Jane, widow of John Campbell, Cooper, died at 41 Crawfurd St, Greenock on 3rd Nov 1875
(Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1875)
CAMPBELL Jane, infant daughter of Joseph & Jane Campbell, died at 2 Vennel, Greenock on 12th Sept
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1904)
CAMPBELL Jane Buchanan, widow of John Campbell, engineer, died at 2 Mackenzie St., Greenock on
7th Feb 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1892) see Robert
CAMPBELL Jane Campbell March, widow of Dugald McFie Campbell, daughter of George Lewis March,
Glasgow, to Capt George Johnston of the ship 'Clansman', at 9 Kelly St., Greenock on 20th
Feb 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 23.2.1849) see Dugald McF
CAMPBELL Jane Watt, widow of Peter Campbell, died at 23 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 1st April 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1911)
CAMPBELL Jane McCulloch, daughter of late Charles Campbell, printer, Greenock to David Stevens
Macdonald, at Glasgow on 26th Sept 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1905) see Charles
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James M, Campbell, grocer, born at Argyll Terrace 49 Brisbane St.,
Greenock on 18th April 1878 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1878)
CAMPBELL Jane Reid, wife of Richard R. Campbell, brassfinisher, died at 9 Belville St., Greenock on
30th Sept 1886 - daughter born 15th July 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Jane Paton, widow of Colin Campbell, shipwright, died at her daughter's, Mrs Robertson, 23
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Lynedoch St., Greenock on 19th May 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1911)
CAMPBELL Jane May, widow of John Campbell, Comptroller of Greenock Customs, died at 10
Merchiston Terrace, Edinburgh on 11th Dec 1870 age 85 (Greenock Advertiser 15.12.1870)
see John
CAMPBELL Jane Mclean, wife of Donald Campbell, sailmaker, died at 3 Armadale Pl., Bank St.,
Greenock on 3rd March 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1876)
CAMPBELL Jane Dalgleish, widow of John Campbell, cooper, died at Greenock Infirmary on 28th Dec
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1903)
CAMPBELL Jane McFarlane, widow of Arch Campbell died at Capt John Kerr's, Hunter Villa, Gourock
6th Sept 1897 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1397)
CAMPBELL Jane Douglass, only surviving daughter of Adjutant John Campbell, Greenock died at Carse,
Appin on 24th June 1835 (Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1835)
CAMPBELL Jane McCulloch, wife of Charles Campbell, printer, died at 9 Trafalgar St., Greenock on 21st
Dec 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1883)
CAMPBELL Jane McClerie, wife of Rev Colin Campbell, missionary, formerly at Bangalore, India, died at
Western House, Gourock on 30th July 1882 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1882) see
Rev Colin
CAMPBELL Jane McAlpin McIntosh, daughter of Alex Campbell, timber measurer, died at 8 Morton
Terrace Greenock on 31st March 1882 age 7months (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock
Advertiser 31.3.1833) see Jane MCI
CAMPBELL Jane Lockhart, widow of Robert Campbell, iron founder, Dunfermline, died at 6 Finnart St.,
Greenock on 3rd Oct 1882 age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1882)
CAMPBELL Jane Johnston, eldest daughter of Alex Campbell, draper, died at 12 Octavia Cottages,
Greenock on 26th June 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1890) see Charles R
CAMPBELL Jane S., eldest daughter of Donald Campbell, to George G. Commiskie, railway guard, at
Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 10th August 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1900)
CAMPBELL Jane McIntosh, wife of Alex Campbell, timber measurer, died at 26 South St., on 5th Nov
1893 age 33 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1893) see Jane McA McI
CAMPBELL Mrs Isabella Campbell, matron, died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock, on 7th Oct
1880 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 3.10.1880)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on 25th March 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1894) James died 16th April 1894 (Greenock Telegraph
27.4.1894)
CAMPBELL Henrietta Dearie, wife of Robert Campbell, engineer, died at 15 Regent St., Greenock on
14th Nov 1897 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1897)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, fireman, Caird & Co., husband of Mary Galbraith, 3 Hill St., died at
Greenock Infirmary on 19th Sept 1912 age 42 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1912)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mrs & late Hugh Campbell born at 3 Hill St., Greenock on 11th Feb 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1913)
CAMPBELL Hugh McKinnon, youngest son of Donald Cameron, carpenter, died at 7 E. Crawford St.,
Greenock on 8th June 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1887)
CAMPBELL Isa, youngest daughter of Samuel Campbell, died at 25 John St., Greenock on 15th Sept
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1907)
CAMPBELL Isabel Mary, youngest daughter of late Duncan Campbell, to James Emslie at 78 Holmscroft
St., Greenock on 26th Oct 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1906)
CAMPBELL Isabel Phillips, daughter of John & Elizabeth Campbell, grocer, died at 21 South St.,
Greenock on 15th March 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1910)
CAMPBELL Isabella, daughter of late Alex Campbell, comptroller Customs, died at Greenock on 15th
April 1829 (Greenock Advertiser 28.4.1829) see Alex
CAMPBELL Isabella, eldest daughter of Robert Campbell, Bridgend, Greenock died at Tobago on 19th
April 1834 (Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1834) see Grace D
CAMPBELL Isabella, eldest daughter of Alex Campbell, porter, to Alexander Campbell, engineer, at
Kempock, Gourock on 10th Oct 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1873)
CAMPBELL Isabella, daughter of Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 34 West Shaw St., Greenock in Dec
1874 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1874)
CAMPBELL Henry Warren Campbell, to Isabella Manifold Brown at Forbes Pl., Wemyss Bay on 2nd July
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1872 (Greenock Advertiser 11.7.1872)
CAMPBELL Isabella, eldest daughter of Arch Campbell, iron turner, to Hugh Taylor, Joiner, at 45 Main
St., Greenock on 3rd April 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1877)
CAMPBELL Daughter, to Mr & Mrs H.W. Campbell born at Forbes Pl., Wemyss Bay On 8th April 1873
(Greenock Advertiser 10.4.1873)
CAMPBELL Isabella, eldest daughter of late Duncan Campbell, died at 21 Hopeton St., Greenock on
15th Jan 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1891)
CAMPBELL Isabella, youngest daughter of late Alex Campbell, boilermaker, to John Mathieson at
Western Hall, Greenock on 28th April 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1893) see Alex
CAMPBELL Isabella, 3rd daughter of Duncan Campbell, machinist, 32 Hamilton St, to Duncan, 3rd son
of Angus Campbell, farmer, Coull, Islay, at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 5th Oct 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1898)
CAMPBELL Isabella, youngest daughter of John & Mary Campbell, died at 77 Regent St., Greenock on
7th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1900)
CAMPBELL Isabella, daughter of late John Campbell, to George Reid at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on
5th August 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1903)
CAMPBELL Isabella, sister of Capt John Campbell, died at 49 Cove Rd., Gourock on 5th Jan 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1904)
CAMPBELL Isabella, youngest daughter of James Campbell, died at 37 Crawfurd St., Greenock on 25th
Sept 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1906)
CAMPBELL Isabella, widow of Wm Campbell, boatman, mother, of Catherine Donald, died at 20
Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock on 6th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1911)
CAMPBELL Isabella Alexander, wife of Samuel Campbell, daughter of late Capt Alex Dunlop, Greenock,
died at 2 Byne View, Girvan on 30th August 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1894)
CAMPBELL Isabella Binning, daughter of Lieut. Col. Arch Campbell of Askomell, died at Greenock on
14th June 1794 (Edinburgh Courant 19.6.1794)
CAMPBELL Isabella Black, 3rd daughter of Hugh Campbell, cooper, 1 Bank St., Greenock, to John
Lawson, 1108 Baxter Ave., formerly of Greenock, at Superior, Wisconsin on 2nd July 1910
see Agnes
CAMPBELL Isabella Carmichael, eldest daughter of Colin Campbell, carpenter, Greenock, to Andrew
Paton, engineer, at St Luke's, Victoria Docks, London on 21st Dec 1879 (Greenock
Telegraph 23.12.1879)
CAMPBELL Isabella Gallacher, wife of James Campbell, driller, died at 5 Mill St., Greenock on 14th
August 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1902)
CAMPBELL Isabella, eldest daughter of Duncan Campbell, joiner, to Neil McArthur, merchant,
Tighnabruaich, at 85 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 27th April 1875 (Greenock Telegraph
28.4.1875) see Catherine F.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, baker, born at 36 Mt, Pleasant St., Greenock on 24th
Oct 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1887)
CAMPBELL Hugh, son of Joseph Campbell, died at 11 Market St., Greenock in May 1911 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.5.1911)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell Jun born at 8 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 2nd April
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1908)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, bootmaker, died at Townhead Cottage, Kilmacolm on 25th April 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell born at 38 Nicolson St., Greenock on 5th March 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1905)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, licensed grocer, to Agnes, 2nd daughter of George Carrigan, formerly of
Greenock, at Kilmarnock on 20th June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1904)
CAMPBELL Hugh, infant son of Alex & Maggie Campbell, died at 16 Cathcart St., Greenock on 26th Sept
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1894)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell born at 2 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 30th April 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1893)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, 30 W. Blackhall St., Greenock, died on 'Snaigow' off the Cape of Good
Hope on 12th Jan 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1891)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell born at 3 Argyle St., Greenock on 4th Jan 1904
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(Greenock Telegraph 4.1,1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, baker, born at 3 Argyle St., Greenock on 28th Jan 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1902)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, baker, born at 38 W Stewart St., Greenock on 22nd
Oct 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell born at 5 Watt St., Greenock on 14th April 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1898)
CAMPBELL Henry, son of John Campbell, died at 29 Vennel, Greenock in June 1894 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.6.1894)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, baker, born at 5 Watt St., Greenock on 30th March 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1895)
CAMPBELL Isabella McDougall, 2nd daughter of John Campbell, tugboat master, to Malcolm Sinclair,
baker, Bathgate, at St. John's, Greenock on 30th June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1891)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, husband of Elizabeth, died at 4 Bearhope St., Greenock in Nov 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1885)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, greengrocer, husband of Agnes, died at 22 W. Blackhall St., Greenock on
13th Jan 1882 age 42 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 15.1.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, plumber, born at 19 Nicolson St., Greenock on 8th Sept
1876 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1876)
CAMPBELL Alexander Archibald, youngest son of Hugh Campbell, cooper, died at 58 Lynedoch St.,
Greenock on 21st March 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1879)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, cooper, born at 124 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 1st
April 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1878)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, cooper, born at 12 Ingleston St., Greenock on 25th
Dec 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1875)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, cooper, husband of Catherine McEwen, died at 41 Roxburgh St., Greenock
on 30th Nov 1884 age 36 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1884)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, painter, to Janet Love, eldest daughter of James Campbell, plater, at 5
Antigua St., Greenock on 20th July 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell, builder, born at 11 Dempster St., Greenock on 17th Feb
1875 (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1875)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, tailor, died at 38 Vennel, Greenock on Dec 1868 (Greenock Telegraph
29.12.1868) Hugh Campbell died at Newark Pl., Port Glasgow on 7th Nov 1874 (Greenock
Telegraph 9.11.1874)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Hugh Campbell born at 27 Ingleston St., Greenock on 7th April 1868
(Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1868)
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, spirit dealer, died at Port Glasgow on 2nd Jan 1864 (Greenock Advertiser
5.1.1864) see Mary A.
CAMPBELL Hugh Campbell, merchant, Leith, to Christina, oldest daughter of Wm. Murdoch, cloth
merchant, at Greenock on 21st June 1825 (Greenock Advertiser 28.6.1825)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr. & Mrs Hugh Campbell born at 5 Watt St., Greenock on 21st Dec 1896 (Greenock
Telegraph 21.12.1896)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 13 Hope St., Greenock on 15th March 1879
(Greenock Advertiser 24.3.1879)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Fern Bank, Clune Brae, Port Glasgow an 7th
March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1880)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 8 East Shaw St, Greenock on 14th Nov 1865
(Greenock Advertiser 16.11.1365)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 4 John St., Greenock on 6th Jan 1869 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.1.1869)
CAMPBELL James Campbell died at 6,11 Holmscroft St., Greenock in Jan 1873 (Greenock Telegraph
31.1.1873)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, grocer, to Margaret, eldest daughter of late John Calder, at 13 Newton St.,
Greenock on 12th June 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1873)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, grocer, born at 13 Newton St., Greenock on 27th
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March 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1874)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mr James Campbell born at 13 Newton St., Greenock on 9th Nov 1875
(Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 13 Newton St., Greenock on 11th July 1877
(Greenock Telegraph.12.7.1877)
CAMPBELL Capt. James Campbell died at 27 Lyle St., Greenock on 27th Sept 1873 age 64 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.9.1873) see John L.
CAMPBELL James Campbell died at 15 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 13th Nov 1873 age 5yrs 2months
(Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1873)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, 20 Sussex Sq., London, to Margaret, 2nd daughter of Wm Orr, formerly of
Seafield, Greenock, at Teddington on 1st Sept 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1874
Greenock Advertiser 3.9.1874)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, engineer, to Maggie, only daughter of Alex Richmond, at 63 Regent St.,
Greenock on 6th Jan 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1875)
CAMPBELL Isabella Hunter, wife of Robert Campbell, died at 6 W. Stewart St, Greenock on 28th Jan
1865 (Greenock Advertiser 31.1.1865) see Agnes
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, engineer, born at 13 Hope St., Greenock on 22nd July
1876 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1876)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Fern Bank, Port Glasgow on 5th July 1875
(Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1875) Maggie died 25th Feb 1877 (Greenock Telegraph
26.4.1877)
CAMPBELL James, youngest son of James Campbell, gardener, died at West Fergusland, Newark St.,
Greenock on 21st August 1875 age 25 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1875) see Catherine
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Miramichi, Port Glasgow on 10th Oct 1877
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 12.10.1877)
CAMPBELL James, only son of late Donald Campbell, died at 20 Kempock St., Gourock on 12th April
1882 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1882)
CAMPBELL James Campbell sen., born Greenock 1st April 1825, died at Wallacetown, Canada on 4th
May 1882 - p3 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1882)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, gardener, Hopeton St., Gourock believed drowned on 16th or 17th July
1882 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 26.7.1882) see John
CAMPBELL James Campbell, engineer, son of Donald Campbell, Joiner, Greenock, died at his uncles',
42 Anderson Rd., Southampton on 2nd Oct 1882 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1882)
see Elizabeth R.M.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 9 Nicolson St., Greenock on 15th Jan 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1883)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, boilermaker, eldest son of Alex Campbell, boilermaker, Greenock, died at
5 Garfield Pl., Cleveland St., Birkenhead on 7th Feb 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1883)
see Alex
CAMPBELL James Campbell to Agnes, only daughter of late Wm Thomson, Greenock, at Alexandria
Motel, Bath St., Glasgow on 30th May 1883 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
31.5.1883) see Agnes T
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, coal agent, born at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on
28th April 1884
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on 22nd May 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1886)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, boot & shoe store, born at 12 Wellington St.,
Greenock on 14th Dec 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1887)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, born at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on 5th August
1889 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1889)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, engineer, formerly with Clyde Shipping Co., died at 13 Hope St., Greenock
on 22nd May 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 23.5.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Inverkip St., Greenock on 28th April 1848
(Greenock Advertiser 28.4.1848)
CAMPBELL Jessie McFarlane, 2nd daughter of Alex Campbell, to David Pattison at Hill Cottage, Inverkip
on 16th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1913)
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CAMPBELL Isabella McFarlane, wife of Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 25 Trafalgar St., Greenock on
8th August 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1892) see Elizabeth B.M.
CAMPBELL Isabella McQuarrie, youngest daughter of Malcolm & Mary Ann Campbell, tugboatman, died
at 47 Shaw St., Greenock on 4th March 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1902)
CAMPBELL Isabella McVain, wife of Arch Campbell, carpenter, died at 68 Wellington St., Greenock in
May 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1886)
CAMPBELL Isabella Moody, widow of John Campbell, died at 59 Belville St., Greenock on 14th June
1883 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1883)
CAMPBELL Isabella Taylor, wife of John Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Clifton Hill, Plantation,
Powhatan, Co., Va. on 30th Jan 1884 age 63 (Greenock Advertiser 28.2.1884)
CAMPBELL Isabella Wallace, 2nd daughter of Alex Campbell, gardener, to James Finlay, joiner, at
Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 14th Sept 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1894) see
Elizabeth L.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs J. Campbell born at 11a Lynedoch St., Greenock on 13th August 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1910)
CAMPBELL J.K. Campbell, engineer, to Janet, 3rd daughter of late Peter Campbell, shipwright, Port
Glasgow, at Rockhill, 22 Margaret St., Greenock on 6th July 1882 (Greenock Telegraph
17.7.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs J. McC. Campbell born at her mother's, 51 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 24th Oct 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1889)
CAMPBELL James Campbell drowned in Dec 1820, body found off Ropework Quay, Greenock in Jan
1821 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1821)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, Major, East India Co. to Anne, 2nd daughter of John Cunninghame, at
Port Glasgow on 22nd July 1811 (Greenock Advertiser 31.7.1811)
CAMPBELL James, son of John Campbell, lumper, died at Greenock on 29th March 1832 age 9 of
cholera (Greenock Advertiser 30.3.1832)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Fern Bank, Port Glasgow on 26th Oct 1877
(Greenock Advertiser 27.11.1877) John died 7th April 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1879)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, former ship furnishing ironmonger died at Fern Bank, Port Glasgow on
27th Oct 1907 -- obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1907) see Jeannie W.
CAMPBELL Isabella Lindsay, wife of Donald Campbell, died at 25 East Shaw St., Greenock in Jan 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1872)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, ironmonger, born at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 4th
July 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1873 Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell, ironmonger, born at Princes St., Port Glasgow on
21st March 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 23.3.1872)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 11th April 1871
(Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1871 Greenock Advertiser 13.4.1871)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Clydeside Pl., Port Glasgow on 1st May
1869 (Greenock Advertiser 6.5.1869)
CAMPBELL James, eldest son of Neil Campbell, died at 8 Argyle St., Greenock on 4th Oct 1841 age 3
and a half (Greenock Advertiser 5.10.1841)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Clydeside, Port Glasgow on 31st July 1865
(Greenock Advertiser 3.8.1865)
CAMPBELL James Campbell to Helen, eldest daughter of John King, at 22 Hamilton St., Greenock in
July 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 9.7.1847)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, cashier, R. Duncan & Sons, Port Glasgow, to Jessie, eldest daughter of
Thomas Quinney, at Auchenvale House, Port Glasgow on 19th Oct 1864 (Greenock
Advertiser 25.10.1864)
CAMPBELL Mrs James Campbell, wife of James Campbell, shoemaker, 11 Stanners St., drowned in the
West Harbour, Greenock on 19th March 1863 age 35 (Greenock Advertiser 21.3.1853)
CAMPBELL James Campbell, forgeman at Clyde Forge, Greenock, found at Ardmore Point on 31st July
1861 (Greenock Advertiser 3.8.1861)
CAMPBELL James, son of D. Campbell, tacksman, Wemyss Bay Pier, drowned near the shore at
Wemyss Bay on 11th Dec 1860 age 3 (Greenock Advertiser 15.12.1860)
CAMPBELL Mrs James Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Helensburgh on 16th August 1843
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Subject Entry
(Greenock Advertiser 18.8.1843)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Fern Bank, Port Glasgow on 18th Sept 1876
(Greenock Telegraph.19.9.1876)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs James Campbell born at Chapelton, Port Glasgow on 28th May 1867
(Greenock Advertiser 30.5.1867)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, blacksmith, to Margaret, daughter of Neil Campbell, foreman, at 47 Belville
Street, Greenock on 16th March 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1906)
CAMPBELL John, eldest son of John Campbell, baker, formerly of Orangefield Cottage, Greenock, died
at Port Adelaide, on 15th Dec 1894 age 35 (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1895) see John
CAMPBELL John Campbell sen, blacksmith, husband of Catherine, formerly of 11 Ropework St., died at
4 Nelson Street, Glebe, Greenock on 13th Jan 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1904)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Barrow in Furness, to Margaret Reid, eldest daughter of John Anderson,
engineer, at 34 W Stewart Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph
3.6.1904)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Isabella, eldest daughter of late James Orr, at Queen's Dining Rooms,
Greenock on 30th Dec 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1904)
CAMPBELL John, infant son of John & Mary Campbell, died at 28 Kelly Street, Greenock on 16th Sept
1905 age 3months (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1905)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 28 Kelly Street, Greenock on 9th August 1908
(Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1908)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Jane, daughter of Donald McVicar, at 27 Esplanade, Greenock on 20th
Sept 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1905)
CAMPBELL John, only son of Hector & Mary Campbell, died at 5 Virginia Street, Greenock on 7th Nov
1905 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1905)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, husband of Elizabeth Wade, died at 82 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 7th
Nov 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1905)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 11a Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 4th August
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1906)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 11a Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 7th Nov
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1907)
CAMPBELL John, son of Alex Campbell, 33 Hamilton St, died at Smithston on 28th Dec 1906 (Greenock
Telegraph 29.12.1906)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, engineer, Callander, to Mary Sutherland, 2nd daughter of J.S. Thomson, at
Yielder's Cafe, Greenock on 19th Sept 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1902)
CAMPBELL John Campbell gardener, died at 23 Hopeton Street, Gourock on 12th March 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1906)
CAMPBELL Rev John Campbell, formerly of Newark Church, Port Glasgow, died at Edinburgh on 22nd
Jan 1901 (Port Glasgow Examiner 25.1.1901)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Greenock to Nellie,- 2nd daughter of late David Low, 348 Chester Rd., Old
Trafford, at Chorlton Rd. Congregational, Manchester on 1st April 1907 (Greenock
Telegraph 2.4.1907)
CAMPBELL John, infant son of John & Agnes Campbell, plumber, died at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock
on 23rd June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 11th March
1910 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1910)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, joiner, died at his son in law's, 20 Ardgowan St., Port Glasgow on 26th
August 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1907)
CAMPBELL Capt John Campbell, formerly of the yacht 'Selene', died at 52 Cove Rd., Gourock on 29th
June 1908 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1907)
CAMPBELL John, youngest son of John Campbell, died at 3 Customhouse Place, Greenock on 13th Jan
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1908)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Jessie, youngest daughter of Andrew Fraser, gas manager, Ellen,
Aberdeenshire, at 10 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 15th July 1908 (Greenock Telegraph
17.7.1908)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, flesher, died at 26 Mearns Street, Greenock on 15th Sept 1908 (Greenock
Telegraph 15.9.1908)
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CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 10 Shaw Street, Greenock on 25th Jan 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1909)
CAMPBELL John Campbell died at 4 Castle Gardens, Gourock on 11th March 1909 age 82 (Greenock
Telegraph 11.3.1909 Gourock Advertiser 12.3.1909)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Clanhamish, Skye, died at Gateside Hospital on 2nd Dec 1910 (Greenock
Telegraph 3.12.1910)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Margaret Cunningham, daughter of Stewart Bates, engine driver, at 68
Wellington Street, Greenock on 30th Dec 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1911)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, 35 years church officer of Wellpark UF, father of Walter, died at 11a Antigua
Street, Greenock on 24th Nov 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1911)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, cooper, born at 49 Mearns Street, Greenock on 13th
Jan 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1907)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, 2nd engineer, G & S.W. steamer 'Mercury', eldest son of Robert Campbell,
5 Rue-end St, died at Greenock Infirmary on 14th March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph
15.3.1898)
CAMPBELL Jessie McAusland, eldest daughter of Neil Campbell, to David Barbour Brown at Masonic
Hall, Gourock on 11th Oct 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1901)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, boat hirer, died at 32 Royal Street, Gourock on 17th May 1895 (Greenock
Telegraph 17.5.1895)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, husband of Martha, died at 89 E. Hamilton Street, Greenock on 14th Dec
1895 age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1895)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Elizabeth Dundas, only daughter of John A. Finlayson, at Gryfe Cottage,
Greenock on 19th Dec 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1895)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, agent for A.G. Kidston & Co., brother of Duncan & James, died at 5
Trafalgar St Greenock on 5th Jan 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1896)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, engineer, died at 10 Jean St., Port Glasgow on 30th June 1896 (Greenock
Telegraph 30.6.1896)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, cooper, formerly of Greenock, died at Park Buildings, Underwood Lane,
Paisley on 9th Oct 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 10.10.1896)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Agnes, youngest daughter of late John Pollock, at Waverley Hotel,
Greenock on 22nd June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1897)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, grocer, born at 9 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 5th
Nov 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1897)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 9 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 27th Sept
1899 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1899)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 9 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 14th May
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1901)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 9 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 7th Jan
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1904)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Mary, eldest daughter of James Laughray, at Academy Halls, Port
Glasgow on 30th Dec 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1904)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Cartsdyke, father in law of Wm. Campbell, driller, died at 5 Arthur Street,
Greenock on 8th March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1898)
CAMPBELL John, elder son of late Donald Campbell, sailmaker, died at Bridge of Weir on 1st Feb 1913 -
funeral from 30 South Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1913)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, insurance agent, husband of Sarah Stevenson, youngest son of late
Thomas Campbell, died at 6 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 26th April 1898 (Greenock
Telegraph 26.4.1898)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, marine engineer, to Maggie, eldest daughter of late John McAulay,
shipwright, at 30 Cathcart St., Greenock on 24th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph
27.6.1898)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, sawyer, Greenock, to Agues Jessie, 2nd daughter of Wm Griffen, at
Mossend, Torhousmuir, Wigtown on 2nd Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1899)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Jeanie Keith, eldest daughter of late Lamont Ross, Greenock, at Union
Hall, W. Nile Street, Glasgow on 4th July 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1899)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 18th Feb 1900
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(Greenock Telegraph 19.2.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 56 Wellington St: Greenock on 4th Nov 1901
(Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1901)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 26th Jan
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1904)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, baker, born at 87 Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd
April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1900)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, boilermaker, father of Mary McNab, died at 31 Hamilton Street, Greenock in
May 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1900)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, consulting engineer, formerly of Greenock, died at 3 Philliphaugh,
Wallesend on Tyne on 24th June 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1900)
CAMPBELL Mrs John Campbell died at 17 Kelly St., Greenock on 23rd August 1900 age 69 (Greenock
Telegraph 23.8.1900)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, engineer, husband of Barbara, 28 West Burn Street died at Greenock
Infirmary on 11th Dec 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1900)
CAMPBELL John, son of Arch & Elizabeth Campbell, boilermaker, died at 52 St. Lawrence Street,
Greenock on 17th Nov 1901 age 12 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1901)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, ship steward, to Jessie, daughter of James McLean, at 10 Chapel Street,
Greenock on 30th Dec 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1897)
CAMPBELL Johnstone, youngest son of Alex Campbell, feuar, died at 9 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on
13th March 1899 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1899)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John M. Campbell, Post Office, born at 25 Dempster Street, Greenock on
3rd July 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John M. Campbell, Post Office, born at 48 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on
13th August 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1884)
CAMPBELL John McAra, eldest son of Angus Campbell, engineer, died at 3 Hill Street, Greenock on
13th Jan 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1882) see Angus
CAMPBELL John McCord Campbell, formerly of Greenock, husband of Jeanie Brackenridge, died at 268
Langside Rd., Crosshill, Glasgow on 17th Oct 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1910)
CAMPBELL John McCulloch youngest son of Charles Campbell, letterpress printer, died at 15 Roxburgh
Street, Greenock on 21st Jan 1882 age 9 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1882) see Charles
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Mc Campbell born at 9 Manor Cres Gourock on 23rd Oct 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1886)
CAMPBELL John McIntyre Campbell to Agnes Douglas, 3rd daughter of John Bowie, joiner, at 9
Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1906)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John M. Campbell born at 22 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 11th May
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1907)
CAMPBELL John McKinnon, eldest son of Donald Campbell, boilermaker, formerly of Greenock, died at
Seldison Rd., Upton Park, London on 31st Jan 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1898)
CAMPBELL John McLeod Campbell, Newcastle on Tyne, to Catherine Morrison, 2nd daughter of Arch
McAusland, at lean St., Port Glasgow on 19th June 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1878)
CAMPBELL John Macleod Campbell, formerly with Robert Stephenson & Co., shipbuilders, Newcastle
on Tyne, died at 78 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 26th June 1903 (Greenock Telegraph
27.6.1903)
CAMPBELL John May, eldest son of late John Campbell, Comptroller, Customs, Greenock, died off Aden
en route for India on 27th June 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 19.8.1853) see John
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, boilermaker, died at 3 Mearns Street, Greenock on 28th
August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1912)
CAMPBELL John Smith, son of late John Campbell, grain merchant, to Julia, youngest daughter of late
Rev Wm & Mrs Forwell, Greenock, at Grand Hotel, Glasgow on 13th June 1905 - Sheila,
Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1905)
CAMPBELL John L. Campbell, cabinetmaker, died at Scotia Place, Gourock on 10th May 1872 age 66
(Greenock Advertiser 16.5.1872)
CAMPBELL Joseph Campbell, seaman, Greenock, lost with the barque 'Benefactress' from Quebec to
Greenock 28th Nov 1883 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 10.12.1883)
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CAMPBELL Joseph Campbell, grinder, died at 20 Crescent Street, Greenock on 25th Jan 1895 age 42
(Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1895)
CAMPBELL Joseph, infant son of James & Helen Campbell, died at 37 Cathcart Street, Greenock on
27th April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1902) see Katie
CAMPBELL Kate, youngest surviving daughter of late John Campbell, shipwright, to Malcolm McNeil at
76 Dempster Street, Greenock on 10th August 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1883)
CAMPBELL Kate Campbell, sister of Wm, died at 21 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock in Jan 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1889)
CAMPBELL Katie, daughter of James & Helen Campbell, died at 37 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 28th
Sept 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1898) see Joseph
CAMPBELL Kenneth Campbell died at 25 W Blackhall Street, Greenock on 30th March 1902 age 73 -
buried Craigton Cemetery, Govan (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1902)
CAMPBELL Mrs Lachlan Campbell died at Fore St., Port Glasgow on 11th August 1852 (Greenock
Advertiser 13.8.1852)
CAMPBELL Lachlan Campbell, boatbuilder, formerly of Blair & Campbell, Greenock, died at Galveston,
Texas on 11th Oct 1867 age 25 of yellow fever (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1867)
CAMPBELL Lachlan Campbell, merchant, Port Glasgow, to Louisa Jane, only daughter of late Henry
Henderson, plumber, at Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow on 18th June 1872 (Greenock
Advertiser 22.6.1872)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Lachlan Campbell, grocer & spirit merchant, born at 63 Brown St.,
Port Glasgow on 7th Dec 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1874)
CAMPBELL Lachlan Campbell, formerly of Skye, killed in an accident at the sugar store, Albert Harbour,
Greenock on 7th August 1876 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1876 Greenock Advertiser
8.8.1876)
CAMPBELL Lilies, widow of Colin Campbell, Joiner, to William Peaston at 23 Finnart Street, Greenock
on 25th Nov 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1910) see Colin
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John R. Campbell (daughter of Wm Orr), formerly of Seafield,
Greenock, born at Wedderburn, Canterbury N.Z. on 6th August 1875 (Greenock Telegraph
20.10.1875 Greenock Advertiser 21.10.1875)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John F. Campbell born at 13 Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 20th
August 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1897)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, engineer, youngest son of Jane & late Peter Campbell, wood carver, died at
27 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 6th April 1895 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1895)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, joiner, died at 55 Ardgowan St., Greenock on 2nd March 1913 - obit p2
(Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 26 W Blackhall Street, Greenock on 12th April
1913 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1913)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, boilermaker, husband of Janet McIntyre, died at 6 W Blackhall Street,
Greenock on 3rd Oct 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 3.20.1913)
CAMPBELL John Beaumont Campbell, Halifax, to Marianne Veitch, daughter of late A.F. Reid,
Edinburgh, at Miramichi Buildings, Port Glasgow on 1st June 1865 (Greenock Advertiser
3.6.1865)
CAMPBELL John Brodie, son of Alex Campbell, boilermaker, died at 5 Dellingburn Sq., Greenock on 3rd
May 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1874)
CAMPBELL John Calder Campbell to Elizabeth Johnston Phillips, daughter of Conway Allan,
warehouseman, 65 Dempster St. at Tontine, Greenock on 3rd Jan 1906 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.1.1906)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John C. Campbell, grocer, born a 21 South Street, Greenock on 11th Feb
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John C. Campbell born at 21 South Street, Greenock on 30th Nov
1909 (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1909)
CAMPBELL John Colin, son of late Dougald McFee Campbell, Mount Pleasant, Greenock died at
Eastbourne on 7th June 1871 (Greenock Advertiser 4.7.1871) see Dugald McF
CAMPBELL John D. Campbell, 2nd engineer, native of Ballgrant Islay, formerly of Greenock, drowned in
the wreck on ss 'Mongol' off Hong Kong on 12th Dec 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1875)
CAMPBELL John F. Campbell to Rachel, youngest daughter of late Peter McIntyre, Stirling, at Waverley
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Hotel Greenock on 31st July 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1891)
CAMPBELL John F. Campbell, draper, 17 Caddlehill, Greenock, died at 5 Doune Quadrant, Kelvinside,
Glasgow on 4th March 1910 - buried Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1910)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John M. Campbell, Post Office, born at 14 Hope Street, Greenock on
1st June 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1880)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John H. Campbell born at 19 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 17th March
1877 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1877)
CAMPBELL Twin sons to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 19 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 1st Jan
1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1913)
CAMPBELL Jean, widow of Peter Campbell, Port Glasgow, died at her son in law's, J. Oswald Dykes, 49
Gordon Sq., London on 30th Jan 1886 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1882)
CAMPBELL John Kenneth, youngest son of late Capt James Campbell, died at 27 Lyle Street, Greenock
on 7th August 1874 age 14 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1874) see Capt James
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John K. Campbell born at 59 Ann Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1896) John Buchanan died 15th Nov 1896 (Greenock Telegraph
16.11.1896)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John K. Campbell born at 59 Ann Street, Greenock on 20th August 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1885)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John F. Campbell, draper, born at 13 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 29th
Jan 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1893)
CAMPBELL John Hunter Campbell to Agnes Barr Cumming, daughter of late James Newton, merchant,
Greenock, & Mrs Newton, Braeface House, at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on 30th July 1910 -
Broomieknowe, Kilmacolm (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1910)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John F. Campbell born at 13 Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 20th Dec
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1894)
CAMPBELL John Hunter Campbell to Jeanie White, only daughter of Peter Campbell, at 7 Roxburgh
Street, Greenock on 25th April 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1876)
CAMPBELL John Graham Campbell to Margaret Alexander, daughter of Peter Wilson, 73 Ann St, at
Crawford' s Hall, Greenock on 4th July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1911)
CAMPBELL John Fowler, eldest son of late Donald Campbell, Joiner, Caledonian Railway, brother of Mrs
A. McDonald, 71 Ann Street, Greenock, drowned at South Brisbane on 4th July 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John F. Campbell, draper, born at 3 York Street, Greenock on 25th
Oct 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1902)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John F. Campbell, draper, born at 17 Caddlehill, Greenock on 16th August
1899 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1899)
CAMPBELL Dr Francis Way'land Campbell, Dean of the Faculty of Bishop's Medical College, Montreal,
2nd son of late Rollo Campbell, printer, Greenock, died at Montreal on 4th May 1905 age 68
(Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1905) see Elizabeth S.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John K. Campbell, engineer, born at 59 Ann Street, Greenock on 31st
August 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1883)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, formerly of Melbourne & Greenock, died at Ballarat on 8th Jan 1872 age 66
(Greenock Advertiser 26.3.1872)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, baker, formerly of Orangefield Cottage, Greenock, died at Kilwinning on
17th April 1895 age 69 (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1895) see John
CAMPBELL John Campbell Jun, Greenock to Jemima, youngest daughter of late James Dewar, at 3
Windsor Street, Glasgow on 15th March 1870 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
17.3.1870)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, jun, former ironmonger, Greenock, died at St James' Terrace, Glasgow on
14th Nov 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1892)
CAMPBELL John Donald, infant son of John Campbell jun died at 8 Glen Street, Greenock on 2nd Feb
1872 of bronchitis (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1872 Greenock Advertiser 8.2.1872)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell jun born at 8 Glen Street, Greenock on 15th Dec 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1872 Greenock Advertiser 17.12.1872)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell jun, commission agent, born at 58 Esplanade, Greenock on
22nd Feb 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 25.1.1875) Duncan died 29th Sept 1875 (Greenock
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Subject Entry
Advertiser 2.10.1875)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell Jun, ironmonger, born at 58 Esplanade, Greenock on
20th July 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1876 Greenock Advertiser 22.7.1876)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, flesher, born at 5 Mt Pleasant Street, Greenock on 27th
June 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1870) John died 16th Sept 1875 (Greenock Telegraph
17.9.1875)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, flesher, born at 7 Mt Pleasant Street, Greenock on
19th July 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 26.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, flesher, born at 7 Mt Pleasant Street, Greenock on 27th
May 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 3.6.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, flesher, born at 70 Wellington Street, Greenock on 13th
Sept 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1883)
CAMPBELL Mrs John Campbell died at 50 Brougham Street, Greenock on 24th Nov 1870 age 88
(Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1870)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, ship carpenter, Greenock, died at Jura on 14th August 1868 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.8.1868 Greenock Advertiser 20.8.1868)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, former writer, Greenock, died at 2 Bishop Terrace Rothesay on 12th Nov
1871 age 78 (Greenock Advertiser 16.11.1871)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, blacksmith, born at 52 Upper Kelly Street, Greenock on
27th May 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1868 Greenock Advertiser 30.5.1868)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, sugar boiler, 17 Baker Street, born at 56 Wellington
Street, Greenock on 15th March 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1872)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 31st
August 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 2.9.1873)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, formerly of Cloch, died at Kempock Place, Gourock on 16th Oct 1872 age
78 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1872 Greenock Advertiser 19.10.1872)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Jane, only daughter of Robert Wilson, at 22 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on
31st Dec 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1873)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 36 Crescent Street, Greenock on 5th May 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1873) John died at his uncle's 43 Holmscroft St on 22nd June
1873 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1873) see Janet H.L.
CAMPBELL John Campbell, formerly of Glendale & Struan, Skye, died at 29 Regent Street, Greenock on
5th May 1873 age 71 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1871)
CAMPBELL Rev John Campbell, St. Andrew Sq UP Church, Greenock, to Jessie, 3rd daughter of late
Wm Groundwater, Kinross, at Dundas Villa, Kilcreggan on 1st Jan 1874 (Greenock
Advertiser 8.1.1874)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, advocate, son of late Rollo Campbell, printer & publisher, Greenock, died at
Montreal on 22nd April 1874 age 46yrs 10months (Greenock Advertiser 16.5.1874) see
Francis W
CAMPBELL John, son of PC Duncan Campbell, died at 15 Regent Street, Greenock on 10th August
1874 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1874)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 6 W Stewart Street, Greenock on 28th Sept 1874
(Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1874) John died 30th Jan 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1875)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, tailor, died at his brother in law's, A. Arkley, 31 Ann Street, Greenock in
August 1875 age 42 (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1875 Greenock Advertiser 24.8.1875)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, labourer, died at 4 Hill Street, Greenock on 27th August 1875 age 63
(Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1875)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, boilermaker, husband of Ann, died at 18 Arthur Street, Greenock on 26th
Sept 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1876)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, carpenter, died at 32 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 20th Feb 1871 as the
result of an accident at Caird's yard age 48 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1871 Greenock
Advertiser 23.2.1871)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, formerly of Greenock Customs, died at Dunoon on 26th Jan 1850
(Greenock Advertiser 29.1.1850) see John M; Mary G; Susanna M; Jane; Catherine G
CAMPBELL Jessie Munn, wife of Arch Campbell, tugman, now in America, died at 11 E Blackhall St.,
Greenock in Nov 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1872)
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CAMPBELL Jessie Patterson, daughter of Peter Campbell, boilermaker, died at 1 Hill St., Greenock on
12th June 1888 age 11yrs 10months (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1888)
CAMPBELL Jessie Ritchie, eldest daughter of late Neil Campbell, Greenock & Undercliffe, Bute, died at
38 India St., Edinburgh on 17th Dec 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1894)
CAMPBELL Jessie Salmon, wife of Thomas Campbell, engineer, formerly of Greenock, died Greenpoint,
Brooklyn, N.Y. on 16th April 1882 age 30 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1882)
CAMPBELL Jessie Thomason, 3rd daughter of late John Campbell, to Robert Kirkwood, builder, at 11
Antigua St., Greenock on 29th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1898)
CAMPBELL Jessie Thomson, widow of John Campbell, died at Glenview Terrace, Murdieston St.,
Greenock on 16th Jan 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1907)
CAMPBELL Jintie, eldest daughter of late James & Mrs Campbell, Maybank, Gourock, to John Ferrie
Hodge at Tontine, Greenock on 23rd Jan 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1901)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, comptroller Greenock Customs, died at Regent St., Greenock on 20th June
1842 age 71 (Greenock Advertiser 21.6.1842) see Jane M.; David W; John M; Susanna M;
Mary A;
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, Customs, born at Greenock on 6th Jan 1830 (Greenock
Advertiser 8.1.1830)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, Customs, born at Jamaica St., Greenock on 10th Nov 1831
(Greenock Advertiser 11.11.1831)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, died at McKellar's Land, Market St., Greenock on 1st May 1832 of cholera
age 60 (Greenock Advertiser 4.5.1832)
CAMPBELL John Campbell died at Mount Pleasant Greenock on 28th August 1839 (Greenock
Advertiser 30.8.1839)
CAMPBELL Son to PC & Mrs John Campbell born at 13 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 24th Jan 1869
(Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1869)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, wholesale confectioner, Argyle Street, Glasgow, to Matilda, daughter of late
John McKelvie, Greenock at 4 Wellcroft Place, Glasgow on 12th June 1849 (Greenock
Advertiser 19.6.1849)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 16 South Street, Greenock on 31st August 1877
(Greenock Advertiser 1.9.1877)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Greenock died at Gourock on 15th June 1853 (Greenock Advertiser
17.6.1853)
CAMPBELL John Campbell jun, merchant, Glasgow, died at Mount Park Cottage, Greenock on 1st
March 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 4.3.1853)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, born at 1 E. Blackhall Street, Greenock on 23rd Feb 1855
(Greenock Advertiser 27.2.1855)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, clothier, to Janet Henry, daughter of Alex Leitch, steam boat master, at 45
Rue-end Street, Greenock on 19th Sept 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1856)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, clothier, Greenock, died at Dunfin, Luss on 5th Nov 1866 (Greenock
Telegraph 9.11.1866 Greenock Advertiser 8.11.1866)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, clothier, born at 43 Ann Street, Greenock on 27th July
1857 (Greenock Advertiser 28.7.1857)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 43 Ann Street, Greenock on 23rd March 1858
(Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1858)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, 1st Madras Fusiliers, eldest son of Peter Campbell, Greenock died at
Allahabad, Bengal in 1857 (Greenock Advertiser 4.9.1857)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 7 Lyle Street, Greenock on 5th Nov 1858 (Greenock
Advertiser 9.11.1858) Thomas died at 9 Shaw Place on 19th Nov 1858 (Greenock
Advertiser 23.11.1858)
CAMPBELL John, son of John Campbell, died at 17 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 30th May 1862
(Greenock Advertiser 31.5.1862) see Catherine M.
CAMPBELL John Campbell, seaman, 10 Shaw Street, Greenock, presumed drowned in the loss of the
'Canada' of Glasgow from Bombay in April 1862 age 20 (Greenock Advertiser 9.12.1862)
CAMPBELL Capt John Campbell, of the 'Black Boy' to Catherine, daughter of Capt John Walker,
Sandbank, at 7 Tobago Street, Greenock on 18th June 1867 (Greenock Telegraph
18.6.1867)
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CAMPBELL John Campbell jun, smith, to Catherine, eldest daughter of late Duncan White, Gourock at
24 W. Stewart St Greenock on 15th August 1867 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock
Advertiser 17.8.1867) see John sen
CAMPBELL Adjutant John Campbell died at Mount Pleasant Greenock on 25th April 1845 age 81
(Greenock Advertiser 29.4.1845) see Elizabeth
CAMPBELL Rev John Campbell, Free Gaelic Church, Greenock to Margaret, daughter of Rev Robert R.
Caldwell, Free Church, Erskine, at Kilncroft, Helensburgh on 14th August 1891 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.4.1891)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, blacksmith, died at 7 Caddlehill Street, Greenock on 14th Dec 1885 age 89 -
obit p2 15.12.1885 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1885) see John Jun
CAMPBELL John Campbell, gardener, Ardgowan Bowling Green, died at 32 Mt. Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 8th May 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1886)
CAMPBELL Capt John Campbell died at 47 Royal Street, Gourock on 12th April 1888 age 78 (Greenock
Telegraph 134.1888)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 3 William St., Port Glasgow on 15th April 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1888)
CAMPBELL John, infant son of Wm Campbell, died at Market Pl., Kilmacolm on 18th May 1888 age
9months (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1888)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, husband of Janet, died at 9 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th Nov 1888
age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1888)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Greenock to Janet Taylor, oldest daughter of late John Houston, at Glasgow
Hotel, Dunoon on 6th Dec 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1888)
CAMPBELL John, son of Mary Campbell, died at Greenock Infirmary on 1st Jan 1880 age 36 (Greenock
Telegraph 2.1.1889)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, plumber, born at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 8th
April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1889)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 12 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 22nd June
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1897)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, formerly of Craiglass, Argyll, died at his niece's, 19 Ingleston Street,
Greenock on 23rd Feb 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1890)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, husband of Mary, died at 7 West Breast, Greenock in Feb 1890 (Greenock
Telegraph 10.2.1890)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, boilermaker, born at 6 West Quay Greenock on 6th Jan
1877 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1877)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Catherine Burns, eldest daughter of Wm, Love, at 12 Wellington Street,
Greenock on 28th Oct 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1891)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, engineer, born at 45 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 11th
August 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1884)
CAMPBELL Rev John Campbell, Gaelic Free Greenock died at Burnshill, Helensburgh on 25th March
1909.- obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1909)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Rev & Mrs John Campbell born at Free Gaelic Manse, Greenock on 1st Sept
1893 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1893)
CAMPBELL Son to Rev & Mrs John Campbell born at Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 1st July 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1895)
CAMPBELL Son to Rev & Mrs John Campbell born at 7 Ardgowan Sq., Greenock on 19th July 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1897)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, marine engineer, to Maggie Armour Johnstone, daughter of Lachlan
Galbreath, cooper, at 32 W. Stewart St., Greenock on 28th June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph
30.6.1892)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, marine engineer, born at 30 South Street, Greenock on
14th April 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1893)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, engineer, born at 15 Newton Street, Greenock on 26th
June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1894)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, carter, died at 4 Anderson St., Port Glasgow on 22nd Feb 1892 (Greenock
Telegraph 22.2.1892)
CAMPBELL John Campbell sen, father of John, died at 12 William St., Greenock in March 1893
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(Greenock Telegraph 8.3.1893)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, husband of Sarah, died at 3 Buccleuch Street, Greenock in Dec 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1893)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, boilermaker, son of Alex Campbell, rivetter, died at 10 Baker St., Greenock
on 11th May 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1894)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Janet Milne Boyd, oldest daughter of John Benson, joiner, at 23 Lynedoch
Street, Greenock on 27th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1894)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, tugboat master, husband of Margaret, died at 2 Kilblain Street, Greenock on
15th Sept 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1894)
CAMPBELL John Campbell seaman, died at Greenock on 30th Nov 1891 age 76 (Greenock Telegraph
1.12.1891)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, Greenock, missing in the loss of the 'Pearl of India’ from Quebec to
Greenock in Sept-Oct 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1882)
CAMPBELL Lillias Duncan, wife of John Campbell, shipwright, died at 66 Shore Street, Greenock on
10th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1893)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 16 South Street, Greenock on 15th July 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1879)
CAMPBELL 3rd daughter of John Campbell died at 3 Brachelston Street, Greenock on 4th Feb 1878
(Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1878)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, carpenter, husband of Elizabeth, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 5th
March 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1878)
CAMPBELL Capt John Campbell died at Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 10th June 1879 age 83
(Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1879) see Margaret B
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, boatman, born at 20 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 10th
Feb 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1880)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Agnes, youngest daughter of late James McCall, at 79 Belville Street,
Greenock on 19th April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1880)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, flesher, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Wm Fleming, grocer, at 9 Argyle
Street, Greenock on 1st June 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1880)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, flesher, born at 64 Ann Street, Greenock on 21st
March 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 7 Ann Street, Greenock on 2nd May 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1883) Catherine died at 64 Holmscroft Street on 22nd Jan 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1889)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 7 Ann Street, Greenock on 13th Oct 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1885) John died at 64 Holmscroft Street on 3rd Dec 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1888)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, flesher, born at 64 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 22nd
March 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1888)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at 64 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 3rd June
1890 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1890)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, engineer, born at 11 E Crawford Street, Greenock on 1st
July 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1888)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, nephew of John Dunbar, died at 19 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 26th
March 1882 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1882)
CAMPBELL P.C. John Campbell died at 59 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 6th July 1877 age 70
(Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1877 Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1877 p2) see Robert; Mary; John
CAMPBELL John, 3rd son of Robert Campbell, Succoth, Arrochar, died at his brother's 8 Morton
Terrace, Greenock on 18th Jan 1883 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1883)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, labourer, Scott's Lane, drowned off Steamboat Quay, Port Glasgow on 28th
April 1883 age 49 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 2.5.1883)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, gardener, father of James, died at 35 Nelson Street West, Greenock on 6th
Jan 1883 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1883) see James; Margaret
CAMPBELL John, eldest son of Neil Campbell, to Jane, eldest daughter of Duncan McIntyre, at 11 Laird
Street, Greenock on 23rd Nov 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1882)
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CAMPBELL John Campbell, mason, died at 12 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 17th Oct 1880
(Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1880)
CAMPBELL John, eldest son of John Campbell, cooper, died at 4 Prospecthill St Greenock on 27th April
1882 age 6 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1882) see Robert; John
CAMPBELL John Campbell, carpenter, died at 41 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 9th Feb 1881 age 67
(Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at Inverkip on 1st Jan 1887 (Greenock Telegraph
3.1.1887)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs John Campbell born at Boak Place, Inverkip on 9th April 1885 (Greenock
Telegraph 10.4.1885)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Campbell, Inverkip, born at House-Craig Farm, Mearns on 6th
Oct 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 9.10.1882)
CAMPBELL John Campbell to Jeanie, 3rd daughter of James Tyne, at Inverkip on 3rd Jan 1882
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 4.1.1882)
CAMPBELL John Campbell, labourer, 7 Brachelston Street, father of Colin, died after an accident at
No40B Store, Greenock on 14th Dec 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1881 and
20.12.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs. John Campbell born at 45 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 21st August
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1886)
CAMPBELL John, youngest son of John Campbell, cooper, died at 4 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on
16th Nov 1882 age 5months (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1882) see John
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 30 St. Lawrence St., Greenock on 6th April 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1890)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 19 South St., Greenock on 22nd Dec 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1887)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 19 South St., Greenock on 11th August 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1890)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 19 South St., Greenock on 24th April 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1893)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 19 South St., Greenock on 11th August 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1895)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, cabinetmaker, formerly of Greenock, died at 163 Holm St, Glasgow on
2nd Jan 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1884)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, boilermaker, husband of Jessie, died at 32 Arthur St., Greenock on
died at 32 Arthur St., Greenock on 5th Nov 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1874) see
Isabella; James
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell Jun. to Margaret Hay, eldest daughter of Alex Mill, grocer, 2
Orangefield Place at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 6th July 1886 (Greenock Telegraph
8.7.1886)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 9 Prospecthill St., Greenock on 18th April 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1887)
CAMPBELL Christina, youngest daughter of Neil Campbell, Greenock to Hugh McIntyre, sawyer, at
Kingston, Ontario on 23rd Nov 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1889)
CAMPBELL Mrs Alexander Campbell, formerly of 2 Open Shore, Greenock, died at her son in law's, Wm
Carmichael, Balfour Pl., Port Glasgow on 4th June 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1889) see
Alex.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, farmer, Ardnare, Islay, born at Chapel, Kilmacolm on
13th Oct 1883 (Greenock Advertiser 16.10.1883)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, tugboatman, husband of Flora, died at 3 Regent St., Greenock on 18th
Jan 1890 age 35 (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1890)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell died at 15 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 22nd August 1890 age 23
(Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1890)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, boilermaker, formerly of Greenock, born at 3173 Clifton St.,
Philadelphia on 29th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1894)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell to Catherine McNicol (Kate), daughter of late Arch Black, at 44
Brougham St., Greenock on 20th June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1895)
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CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 12 Park Pl., Port Glasgow on 12th Dec 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1396)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, baker, eldest son of Duncan Campbell, Joiner, 71 Regent St.,
Greenock, died at San Francisco on 16th April 1898 age 34 (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1898)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 28 West Burn St., Greenock on 31st Dec 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1898)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 28 West Burn St., Greenock on 25th March
1901 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1901)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, carter, father of John, died at 33 W Stewart St., Greenock on 22nd July
1888 age 44 (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1888)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, husband of Catherine, died at 16 Dalrymple St., Greenock on 14th
June 1881 age 43 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1881)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, Joiner, died at 11 E Blackhall St., Greenock on 2nd Sept 1874 age 59
(Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1874) see Mrs Alex
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, cabinetmaker, born at Hillside Pl., 48 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock on 25th March 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, sailmaker, born at 83 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 10th May
1875 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1875)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, engineer, formerly of Greenock, died at Chapel-Allerton, Leeds on 9th
Feb 1876 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1876 Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1876)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, labourer, Arthur St, Greenock killed while crossing the Caledonian line
at the Arthur St. siding on 28th Sept 1876 age 36 (Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1876)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, carpenter, died at 9 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 26th March 1877 age
57 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1877)
CAMPBELL Alexander, only son of Capt Duncan Campbell, Ann St., Greenock, drowned at Calcutta on
15th Dec 1877 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1878)
CAMPBELL Alexander CampbeII, porter, husband of Janet, died at 2 Open Shore, Greenock in June
1879 (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1878) see Mrs Alex
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 19 South St., Greenock on 12th Dec 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1885)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 74 Ann St., Greenock on 14th March 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, ship chandler, born at 19 South St., Greenock on 20th Nov
1883 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1883) see James
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, formerly of Ravenscraig, died at 19 Prospecthill St., Greenock on 21st
Dec 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 3 Meadowbank, Gourock on 19th Feb 1882
(Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, timber measurer, born at 8 Morton Terrace Greenock
on 25th August 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 8 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 2nd May 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1884)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, timber measurer, born at 26 South St., Greenock on 4th
August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1886)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 26 South St., Greenock on 26th San 1889
(Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1889)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 26 South St., Greenock on 24th July 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1891)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, mate; ss 'Rose', died in Greenock Infirmary on 29th May 1882 from
injuries received in a fall at Steamboat Quay on 24th May 1883 (Greenock Telegraph &
Greenock Advertiser 30.5.1883)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, 24 years gardener with Mr Kerr, Wesfield, Greenock father of James,
died at 2 Meadowbank, Gourock on 11th Sept 1899 age 52 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1899)
see Margaret B
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, former farmer, Rhuban, Tighnabruaich, died at 49 Trafalgar St.,
Greenock on 7th Jan 1880 age 84 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 9.1.1880)
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CAMPBELL Alexander Morrison, youngest son of James Campbell, fish merchant, died at Greenock on
30th May 1867 (Greenock Advertiser 1.6.1867) see Eliza C.
CAMPBELL Alexander, infant son of Alex & Jeanie Campbell, brassfounder, died at 68 Drumfrochar Rd.,
Greenock on 14th Feb 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1889)
CAMPBELL Alexander K. Campbell to Jane Campbell, 3rd daughter of John McIntosh, at 3 Mt Pleasant
St., Greenock on 21st Oct 1880 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 23.10.1880)
CAMPBELL Alexander Kennedy Campbell to Maggie Barrie, youngest daughter of late Edward Nelson,
at 39 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 1st Jan 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1901)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex K. Campbell, plater, born at 9 E Crawford St., Greenock on 19th
Nov 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1901
CAMPBELL Alexander K. Campbell, plater, to Sarah, 3rd daughter of late Richard Simpson, at 11
Regent St., Greenock on 29th Dec 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1905)
CAMPBELL Alexander Laurie Campbell, dentist, Paisley, to Mary Wilson, only daughter of John
Symington, coal merchant, 3 Watt St. at Tontine, Greenock on 4th August 1897 (Greenock
Telegraph 5.8.1897)
CAMPBELL Alexander M. Campbell of Young & Gillies, Greenock Auction Market, husband of Margaret,
died at 23 Nelson St., Greenock on 8th Feb 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1897)
CAMPBELL Alexander M. Campbell to Annie Stuart, 2nd daughter of Robert Easton, grain merchant, at
15 Finnart St., Greenock on 10th March 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1904)
CAMPBELL Alexander F. Campbell, boat builder, formerly of Greenock, died at Suva, Fiji on 14th July
1892 age 40 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1892)
CAMPBELL Alexander McPhee Campbell, 10 Boundary St. Port Glasgow died at Hillside, Perth on 22nd
May 1904 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1904 Port Glasgow Examiner 27.5.1904)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex E. Campbell born at the Nursery, Cove Gardens, Gourock on
10th Feb 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1885)
CAMPBELL Alexander Reid, son of late John Campbell, Comptroller, Customs, Greenock, died at
Auckland in June 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 2.8.1870) see John
CAMPBELL Alexander Shaw Campbell, traveller, 18 Trafalgar St, 5th son of late James Campbell,
contractor, died in a close at 6 Trafalgar St, Greenock on 3rd August 1897 age 50
(Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1897)
CAMPBELL Alexander Whyte, youngest son of Arch Campbell, cab driver, died at 18 Cathcart St.,
Greenock on 27th March 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1876) see Angus
CAMPBELL Alfred, age 1, & Alexander, age 3, sons of Alex Campbell, stationer, died at 20 Brisbane St.,
Greenock on 15th April 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 16.4.1863) see Alex
CAMPBELL Alice, only daughter of late Hugh Campbell, died at 62 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 8th April
1883 age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1883)
CAMPBELL Alice, daughter of Walter Campbell, died at 20 Mearns St., Greenock on 14th July 1885 age
11 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 15.7.1885)
CAMPBELL Alice Campbell died at 38 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow on 8th May 1898 (Greenock
Telegraph 9.5.1898)
CAMPBELL Alice Patrick, widow of Nathaniel Campbell, died at her son in law's, John Davidson, 10
Clyde St., Port Glasgow on 22nd Jan 1907 ((Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1907)
CAMPBELL Allan Campbell, painter, husband of Elizabeth, 25 Bruce St., died at Greenock Infirmary on
6th Feb 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1909)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex McCallum Campbell born at 4 Smith's Lane, Greenock on 28th March
1904 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1904)
CAMPBELL Alexander CampbeII, fitter, 3rd son of Walter Campbell, 3 Meadowbank, Gourock, died at
Belfast on 8th Dec 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1910)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, engineer, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Alex Campbell, porter, at
Kempock, Gourock on 10th Oct 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1873)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell to Barbara, daughter of late Donald McKenzie, at 10 Antigua St.,
Greenock on 2nd Feb 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1900)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, badge porter, died at 17 Kempock St., Gourock on 10th June 1900 age
87 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1900)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, formerly of Port Glasgow died at Glasgow Royal Infirmary on 30th Dec
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1903)
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CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, seaman, brother in law of Wm Carmichael, 76 Wellington St.,
Greenock, died at Government Hospital Durban on 15th Dec 1902 (Greenock Telegraph
12.1.1903) see Mrs Alex.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 33 Hamilton St., Greenock on 11th Feb 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 33 Hamilton St., Greenock on 14th May 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1906)
CAMPBELL Alexander CampbeII died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock on 30th March 1907 age
68 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1907)
CAMPBELL Alexander Johnstone Campbell to Annie Bennett, eldest daughter of Alex E. Campbell,
seedsman, at Cove Gardens, Gourock on 24th Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1913)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, gardener, died at Greenock Infirmary on 8th Nov 1908 (Greenock
Telegraph 10.11.1908 Gourock Advertiser 13.11.1908) see Catherine S.
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, brassmoulder, born at 68 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on
8th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1900)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, engineer, husband of Catherine, died at Greenock Infirmary on 17th
June 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1911)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, boilermaker, died at 4 Prospecthill St., Greenock on 19th June 1911
(Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1912)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, formerly with Greenock Sanitary Dept, died at Pitlochry on 14th June
1912 age 80 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1912)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell died at 12 Octavia Cottages, E Crawford St., Greenock on 27th May
1913 age 82 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex C. Campbell born at 11 Levanne Terrace, Gourock on 30th
August 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1902)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex E. Campbell born at Shore St., Gourock on 18th May 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1879)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex E. Campbell born at Cove Gardens, Gourock on 12th Nov 1879
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1879)
CAMPBELL Son & Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex E. Campbell born at Cove Rd., Gourock on 13th Dec 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex E. Campbell born at Cove Gardens, Gourock on 6th May 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1883 Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1883) William Whytok died 23rd
August 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1883)
CAMPBELL Capt Alexander Campbell died at John Pattison, 69 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 5th
July 1907 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1907)
CAMPBELL Catherine Smith, younger daughter of late Alex Campbell, 17 Cardwell Rd, to John, eldest
son of Stewart McNeil, Largs, at Columba Temperance Hotel, Gourock on 25th July 1.912
(Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1912) see Alex
CAMPBELL Mrs Agnes Gillies Campbell died at Ropework St., Gourock on 7th Feb 1868 age 73
(Greenock Advertiser 11.2.1868)
CAMPBELL Charles, youngest son of Charles Campbell, died at 6 Kilblain St., Greenock on 2nd Sept
1898 age 7 weeks (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1898) see Charles
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles Campbell born at 68 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 16th Jan
1891 (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1891)
CAMPBELL Charles Campbell, tobacconist, died at 59 Rue-end St, Greenock on 9th Nov 1879 age 40
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 10.11.1879)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles Campbell born at 5 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 5th April 1868
(Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1868)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles Campbell born at Greenock on 4th Jan 1817 (Greenock Advertiser
10.1.1817)
CAMPBELL Charles Campbell, smith & founder, died at Greenock on 29th May 1813 (Greenock
Advertiser 2.6.1813)
CAMPBELL Catherine Whyte, widow of John Campbell blacksmith, Greenock died at 4 John St.,
Gourock on 18th March 1913 age 83 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1913)
CAMPBELL Charles Campbell, riveter, husband of Catherine, died at 6 Kilblain St., Greenock on 23rd
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June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1901) see Charles
CAMPBELL Catherine Spence, widow of PC Robert Campbell, died at 55 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on
18th July 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1888)
CAMPBELL Charles, infant son of Catherine & late Charles Campbell, riveter, died at 6 Kilblain St.,
Greenock on 10th June 1902 age 7months (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1902)
CAMPBELL Catherine Niven, widow of James Campbell, gardener, formerly of Newark St., died at 31
Brougham St., Greenock on 22nd June 1892 age 81 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1892) see
Catherine
CAMPBELL Catherine Morrison, infant daughter of James Campbell, died at 17 Brisbane St., Greenock
on 1st June 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 3.6.1862) see John
CAMPBELL Catherine McNeill, wife of John Campbell, boilermaker, 38 Hamilton St., died at Greenock
Infirmary on 25th Jan 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1899) see Elizabeth
CAMPBELL Catherine McNeill, wife of Neil Campbell, shoemaker, died at 15 Regent St., Greenock on
18th August 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1878)
CAMPBELL Catherine McLeod, widow of John Campbell, shipwright, died at 41 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 21st Dec 1904 age 87 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1904)
CAMPBELL Catherine McIntyre McLean Campbell, mother of Christina McLean, died at 5 Cathcart St.,
Greenock on 3rd April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1904)
CAMPBELL Catherine McFarlane, widow of Arch Campbell, died at 3 Armadale Pl., Greenock on 3th
Sept 1900 age 83 (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1900)
CAMPBELL Catherine McDonald, widow of Alex Campbell, mother, of John, died at 33 W Stewart St.,
Greenock on 19th Oct 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1894)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, engineer, born at Kempock, Gourock on 23rd August 1874
(Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1874)
CAMPBELL Catherine Spence, 4th daughter of Donald Campbell, sailmaker, to Henry Collins,
blacksmith, at Mechanics Hall, Greenock on 6th Dec 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1889)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell, clerk, born at 6 Finnart St., Greenock on 1st Jan
1884 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 2.1.1884)
CAMPBELL Christina, daughter of Donald Campbell, died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th June 1888 age
3yrs 8months (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1888)
CAMPBELL Christina Campbell, mother of Peter, died at 5 Regent St., Greenock in Sept 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1883)
CAMPBELL Christina, 3rd daughter of Donald Campbell, foreman, Gas Work, 26 South St, died at
Greenock Infirmary on 3rd Feb 1882 age 14 and a half (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1883)
CAMPBELL Christina, 2nd daughter of Duncan Campbell, clothier, died at 28 Bruce St., Greenock on 9th
Oct 1875 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1875)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, rigger, father of Daniel, died at 16 Bearhope St., Greenock on 7th Jan
1907 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1907) see Mary K.
CAMPBELL Christina Campbell died at 30 Ann St., Greenock on 20th Nov 1876 (Greenock Telegraph
21.11.1876)
CAMPBELL Chrissy, youngest daughter of John F. Campbell, draper, died at 51 Kelly St., Greenock on
4th May 1883 age 10months (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1883)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell born at 79 Brisbane St., Greenock on 20th Nov
1890 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1890)
CAMPBELL Charles Campbell, letterpress printer, died at 23 Newton St., Greenock on 29th Jan 1901
age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1901) see Charles; Jane McC; Jane; Agnes L.; John
McC.; Mary; Minnie
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell born at Finnart St., Greenock on 14th Oct 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1885)
CAMPBELL Agnes Jenkins, 2nd daughter of late Capt James Campbell, to James McLean at 37 Nelson
St. W., Greenock on 20th Nov 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1879) see Agnes T.; Helen
T.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell, born at 25 Newton St., Greenock on 14th Feb
1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 15.2.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell, clerk, born at 25 Newton St., Greenock on 7th July
1880 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1880) George David died at 6 Finnart
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St on 27th Oct 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1884)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell born at Lerwickville, Brisbane St., Greenock on 11th
Oct 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1876)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell, clerk, born at Lerwickville, Brisbane St., Greenock on
23rd May 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1875)
CAMPBELL Charles T. Campbell to Euphemia Miller, youngest daughter of Adam Masterton, at 3 Morton
Terrace, Greenock on 4th June 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1878) see Effie
CAMPBELL Charles Ross, 3rd son of Alex Campbell, draper, died at 12 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on
9th Jan 1885 age 17 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1885) see Elizabeth R.; Jane W.
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Charles F. Campbell, clerk, born at 34 Nelson St. W., Greenock on
9th April 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1878)
CAMPBELL Charles, son of late Charles Campbell, printer, Greenock. drowned off ss 'Clavering' on 31st
Jan 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1907) see Charles
CAMPBELL Charles Campbell, husband of Jessie, died at 4 John St., Greenock on 1st April 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1906)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Charles T. Campbell born at Lerwickville, 79 Brisbane St., Greenock on
15th Dec 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1887)
CAMPBELL Mrs Alexander CampbeII, wife of Alex Campbell, Joiner, died at 5 Dellingburn St., Greenock
in August 1866 (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1866) see Alex
CAMPBELL Agnes Duncan, widow of Angus Campbell, blacksmith, died at 6 W Stewart St., Greenock on
10th Feb 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1896) see Agnes
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, merchant & wool agent, born at 50 Eldon St., Greenock on
22nd March 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 25.3.1862)
CAMPBELL Son to Mir & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 50 Eldon St., Greenock on 21st August 1863
(Greenock Advertiser 22.8.1863)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 50 Eldon St., Greenock on 17th October 1864
(Greenock Advertiser 18.10.1864)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex CampbeII, merchant & wool agent, born at 33 Union St.,
Greenock on 10th Dec 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1866)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Cameron born at 20 Brisbane St., Greenock on 19th March 1864
(Greenock Advertiser 22.3.1864)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, formerly of the Union Bank, Glasgow, died at Campfield, East Bay,
Gourock on 2nd Jan 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 5.1.1863)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, draper, born at 23 Arthur St, Greenock on 10th Dec
1863 (Greenock Advertiser 12.12.1863)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 13 William St., Greenock on 13th Dec 1855
(Greenock Advertiser 14.12.1855)
CAMPBELL Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, draper, born at 22 Arthur St Greenock on 3rd
Feb 1833 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 3.2.1833)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, wine & spirit merchant, formerly of Greenock, died at Edinburgh on
26th June 1844 (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1844)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, stationer, died at 69 Union St., Greenock on 26th Dec 1884 (Greenock
Telegraph 27.12.1884) see Alfred; William; Adam; Elizabeth; Jessie A.; Maggie T.C.
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, bookseller, born at 1 Kelly St., Greenock on 11th Nov. 1867
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 12.11.1867)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, bookseller, born at 28 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 10th
June 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1869)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, bookseller, born at 24 Patrick St., Greenock on 13th
July 1870 (Greenock Advertiser 16.7.1870)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell born at 24 Patrick St., Greenock on 5th Oct 1871 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.10.1871)
CAMPBELL Alexander CampbeII, carter, died at 31 Hamilton St., Greenock on 9th Nov 1867 age 18
(Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1867)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, coppersmith, Greenock, to Margaret, youngest daughter of late James
Hardie, coppersmith, at 9 Main St., Anderston, Glasgow on 16th Feb 1869 (Greenock
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Telegraph 18.2.1869)
CAMPBELL Alexander, son of Arch Campbell, toolmaker died at 83 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 21st July
1873 age 2yrs 2months (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Campbell, painter, born at 25 Bruce St., Greenock on 26th April 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1888)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, draper, born at 25 Arthur St., Greenock on 16th May
1870 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1870)
CAMPBELL Agnes Tough, widow of Capt James Campbell, died at 13 Nelson St W., Greenock on 15th
August 1879 age 57 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 16.8.1879) see Agnes J.
CAMPBELL Agnes L, eldest daughter of Charles Campbell, printer, to Charles Chambers, chief engineer,
ss 'Southwood', at 23 Newton St., Greenock on 14th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph
15.6.1894) see Charles
CAMPBELL Agnes M. Fairlie, daughter of Capt Wm. Campbell, to William Cairns, engineer, P & O., at 3
Antigua St., Greenock on 19th July 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1871) see Eliz S.
CAMPBELL Agnes Mary, youngest daughter of James CampbeII, died at Fernbank, Clune Brae, Port
Glasgow on 3rd April 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1877)
CAMPBELL Agnes McFarlane, widow of Robert Campbell, died at 30 Brymner St., Greenock on 27th
April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1902)
CAMPBELL Agnes Oswald, only daughter of late Peter Campbell, merchant, Port Glasgow, to John
Leckie, merchant, at 20 Minerva St., Glasgow on 9th Dec 1856 (Greenock Advertiser
12.12.1856) see Peter
CAMPBELL Agnes Reid, only child of Neil & Mary CampbeII, died at Gateside Hospital on 13th Oct 1913
age 18months (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1913)
CAMPBELL Agnes Smith, widow of Hugh Campbell, died at Braeside, Port Glasgow on 30th Jan 1900
age 76 (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1900)
CAMPBELL Agnes Stewart, wife of Hugh Campbell, hammerman, died at 8 Inchgreen St., Greenock on
19th June 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1911)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, merchant, Greenock, to Helen Turner, daughter of late Capt Alex
Campbell, R.N., Duiletter, Argyll, at 4 Windsor Pl., Glasgow on 6th June1861 (Greenock
Advertiser 8.6.1861)
CAMPBELL Agnes Thomson wife of James Campbell, coal merchant, died at 12 Wellington St.,
Greenock on 15th March 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1894) see James
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Campbell, engineer, born at 33 Sir Michael St., Greenock on
28th April 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1878)
CAMPBELL Alexander CampbeII, former deputy Comptroller, Customs, died at Seafield House,
Greenock on 6th April 1806 age 82 (Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1806) see Isabella
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, merchant, to Miss Hunter at Greenock on 23rd July 1810 (Greenock
Advertiser 27.7.1810)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, manufacturer, Glasgow, to Helen McAusland at Greenock on 21st
June 1814 (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1814)
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell, former Comptroller Port Glasgow Customs, died at Dellingburn,
Greenock on 10th Feb 1823 age 84 (Greenock Advertiser 18.2.1823) see Elizabeth A.,
CAMPBELL Alexander Campbell & daughter, Cartsburn St., drowned when the Beath Dam collapsed on
21st Nov 1835 (Greenock Advertiser 23.11.1835)
CAMPBELL Rev Alexander Campbell, George Sq. Congregational, Greenock died at his mother in law's,
46 Buccleuch St., Glasgow on 1st Jan 1844 - obit p2 (Greenock Advertiser 2.1.1844) see
Mary
CAMPBELL Daughter to Rev & Mrs Alex Campbell born at Regent St., Greenock on 5th Feb 1838
(Greenock Advertiser 9.2.1838) Bethiah Fleming died on 29th Nov 1839 age 22months
(Greenock Advertiser 3.12.1839)
CAMPBELL Son to Rev & Mrs Alex Campbell born at Greenock on 29th August 1839 (Greenock
Advertiser 3.A.1839)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Rev & Mrs Alex Campbell born at Greenock on 24th May 1841 (Greenock
Advertiser 28.5.1841)
CAMPBELL Agnes Stuart, widow of Dr Francis W. Campbell, daughter of late Alex Rodger, Bagatelle,
Greenock died at Montreal on 10th Sept 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1905)
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CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, chief engineer, ss 'Chiyuen’, native of Greenock, died at Shanghai on
27th Oct 1905 - obit p3 31. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1905)
CAMPBELL Catherine Bell, wife of Duncan Campbell, died at 103 Port Glasgow Rd., Greenock on 17th
Feb I892 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1892) see Catherine B.; Agnes
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, nephew of Highland Mary, died at Capt Kerr's, Hunter Villa, Gourock on
14th Dec 1895 age 83 - obit Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1895 p2 (Greenock Telegraph
14.12.1895) see Mrs Campbell
CAMPBELL Archibald, son of George & Agnes Campbell, carpenter, died at 5 Kilblain St., Greenock on
10th April 1897 age 9months (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1887)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell to Isabella Whiteford, 2nd daughter of Hugh Craig, newsagent, at 33
Brisbane St., Greenock on 7th Dec 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1898)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, detective, born at 14 Murdieston St., Greenock on
14th June 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1900)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell to Margaret Wilson, eldest daughter of Thomas McKirdy, at Rosevale,
Port Glasgow on 14th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1902)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, iron moulder, husband of Elizabeth., died at 31 Lynedoch St., Greenock
on 28th April 1902 age 66 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1902)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, labourer, husband of Mary Thomson, died at 94 E Hamilton St.,
Greenock on 10th April 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1903)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, clerk, died at Craig Farm Steading on 1st July 1894 age 40 (Greenock
Telegraph 3.7.1894)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, 3 Mt Pleasant St, Greenock, cashier to N.F. Dunlop & Sons, writers,
died at Belfast on 10th August 1904 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1904)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at 126 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 11th Dec
1899 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1899)
CAMPBELL Catherine Livingston, wife of NicoI M. Campbell, commission agent, died at 1 Ford Cottage,
Greenock on 21st July 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1897) see Crissi B.; Nicol M.
CAMPBELL Catherine Henry, wife of Capt John Campbell, died at 12 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 3rd
July 1850 (Greenock Advertiser 5.7.1850)
CAMPBELL Catherine Haunton, youngest daughter of Robert Campbell, engineer, 12 Belville St.,
Greenock to Archibald C. Kerr, Benoni, formerly of Overton, Greenock, at St Andrew's, Cape
Town on 6th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1909)
CAMPBELL Catherine Georgina, daughter of late John Campbell, Comptroller, Greenock Customs, to
John Liddell. Quilon, at Allepy, Travancore on 11th Jan 1858 (Greenock Advertiser
2.3.1858) see John
CAMPBELL Catherine Fleming, widow of John Campbell, flesher, died at 112 Dempster St., Greenock
on 23rd Feb 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1898)
CAMPBELL Catherine Ferguson, widow of Alex Campbell died at her son's, Hugh, 54 Drumfrochar Rd.,
Greenock on 27th August 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1882)
CAMPBELL Catherine Ferguson, wife of Duncan Campbell, joiner, died at 85 Roxburgh St., Greenock;
on 28th June 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1881 Greenock Advertiser 29.6.1881) see
Catherine Ann
CAMPBELL Catherine Cleary Campbell, mother of Lily, died at 10 E Shaw St., Greenock in Feb 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1897)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, carpenter, to Marion, youngest daughter of late Gregor McGregor, at
Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 28th June 1883 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1883)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, restauranter, formerly of Eaglesham, husband of Marion, McGregor,
died at 2 Open Shore, Greenock on 2nd May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1903)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at 45 Ardgowan St., Port Glasgow on 4th April 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1890)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Allan Campbell, painter, born at 22 Bearhope St., Greenock on 29th
July 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1878)
CAMPBELL Archibald, son of Arch Campbell, labourer, 33 Lyle St., died at Greenock Infirmary on 6th
Sept 1884 from burns age 2yrs 10months (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1884)
CAMPBELL Capt Archibald Campbell, Old Kilpatrick, of the Clyde Lighthouse barge 'Cumbrae' drowned
at East Quay, Port Glasgow on 13th Sept 1884 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1884)
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CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, labourer, born at 34 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 14th April
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1885)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, shoemaker, died at 10 Antigua St., Greenock on 31st May 1885 age 64
(Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1885)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, husband of Margaret, died at 86 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 31st
Oct 1885 age 52 (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1885)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, goods brakesman, 8 Hay St., killed at Wemyss Bay Station on 22nd
Dec 1886 age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1886)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, seaman, died at Greenock Infirmary in Feb 1887 (Greenock Telegraph
9.2.1887)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, railway employee, G & SW, died at 6 Patrick St., Greenock on 16th
June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1895)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, boilermaker, to Margaret Spence, daughter of Wm Gilchrist, marine
engineer, at East End Co-op Hall, Greenock on 21st Dec 1888 - now Blantyre Park Farm,
High Blantyre (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1913)
CAMPBELL Catherine Ann, youngest daughter of Duncan Campbell, joiner, died at Roxburgh St.,
Greenock on 10th July 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1876 Greenock Advertiser
13.7.1876) see Catherine F
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs .Arch Campbell born at 45 Ardgowan St., Port Glasgow on 11th March
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1892)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at 45 Ardgowan St., Port Glasgow on 21st Nov 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1894)
CAMPBELL Twin daughters to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at 45 Ardgowan St., Port Glasgow on 27th
August 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1897) Jeanie died at 16th April 1898 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.4.1898), Sarah died 21st April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1898)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, marine engineer, to Jeanie Black, eldest daughter of late John Gibb,
merchant, at Borland's Hotel, Greenock on 23rd Sept 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1881)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, Joiner, committed suicide at Donald Beaton's, 40 West Burn St.,
Greenock on 18th July 1892 age 35 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1892)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell to Elizabeth, daughter of late Duncan McDougall, bookseller, at 31
Lynedoch St., Greenock on 27th Dec 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1893)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, labourer, born at 126 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 1st
March 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1895)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at 126 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock an 28th Oct 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1896)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, labourer, born at 125 Drumfrochar Rd, Greenock on
14th April 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1893)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, analytical chemist, youngest son of late Capt Wm Campbell, died at 15
Robertson St., Greenock on 1st Jan 1888 age 29 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1888) see Capt
Wm; Agnes M.F.
CAMPBELL Barbara, daughter of Arch Campbell, Adjutant, Loyal Greenock Volunteers, died at
Greenock on 11th Jan 1808 (Greenock Advertiser 22.1.1808)
CAMPBELL Catherine Bell, youngest daughter of Duncan Campbell, blacksmith, to Neil T. Duncan, at 13
Ratho St., Greenock on 3rd Nov 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1905) see Catherine B
CAMPBELL Bella, daughter of Hector Campbell, died at 58 Wellington St., Greenock on 22nd Sept 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1904)
CAMPBELL Barr Lane Campbell to Elizabeth Forbes at Arcade Hall, Greenock on 12th April 1887 - now
33 King St., Stirling (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1912)
CAMPBELL Barbara Robertson, daughter of late Donald Campbell, sailmaker, to Andrew Leckie, dentist,
at Town Hall Saloon, on 24th June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1904) see Barbara R.;
Donald; Christina C.
CAMPBELL Barbara Robertson, wife of Donald Campbell, sailmaker, died at 63 Holmscroft St.,
Greenock on 27th Dec 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1880) see Barbara R
CAMPBELL Barbara McKenzie, wife of A. Campbell, died at Clune Brae, Port Glasgow on 10th Jan 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1903)
CAMPBELL Barbara, daughter of Donald Campbell, engineman, died at 60 E Hamilton St., Greenock on
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7th July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1909)
CAMPBELL Barbara, daughter of Alex Campbell, to John Ferguson at Forster's Hall, Greenock on 22nd
June 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1906)
CAMPBELL Bella Johnstone, youngest daughter of Alex Campbell, 50 E Crawford St., to John Macaulay
at Temperance Hotel, Cathcart St., Greenock on 29th Sept 1908 (Greenock Telegraph
2.10.1908)
CAMPBELL Barbara, widow of Major Arch Campbell, 64th Regiment, died at Greenock on 10th August
1817 age 75 (Greenock Advertiser 19.9.1817)
CAMPBELL Bessie, youngest daughter of Dugald Campbell, carpenter, formerly of Greenock, died at
Racine, Wis., USA on 29th Jan 1888 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1888) see Dugald
CAMPBELL Archibald T. Campbell to Jenny, 2nd daughter of late John Boyd, Joiner, at Masonic Hall,
Greenock on 28th June 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1906)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch S. Campbell born at 7 Bearhope St., Greenock on 25th April 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1892) Walter died 17th July 1892 (Greenock Telegraph
13.7.1892)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch S. Campbell, plater, born at 7 Bearhope St., Greenock on 29th
July 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1890)
CAMPBELL Archibald S. Campbell, plater, to Lizzie, youngest daughter of late Wm Hunter, at 7
Bearhope St., Greenock on 25th Sept 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1889)
CAMPBELL Archibald Mckeller, 2nd son of Capt L. Campbell, Greenock, died at East London, S. Africa
on 7th August 1903 age 22 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1902)
CAMPBELL Archibald C. Campbell to Jeannie, youngest daughter of Edward B. Foster, shipwright, at 3
Hope St., Greenock on 3rd July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1900)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, former steward as 'Nyssa', youngest son of Angus Campbell, 2
Palmerston Buildings, Greenock, died at Rio de Janeiro on 27th Feb 1910 age 22 (Greenock
Telegraph 22.3.1910)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, shipwright, formerly of Greenock, father of George, 31 West Burn St.,
Greenock, died at Saulmore, Cottage, Connel Ferry on 26th April 1909 (Greenock Telegraph
26.4.1909)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, mason, born at 54 Wellington St., Greenock on 23rd March
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1908)
CAMPBELL Barbara Campbell to Dean Anderson at 26 W Blackhall St., Greenock on 7th Feb 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1881)
CAMPBELL Catherine, youngest daughter of James Campbell, gardener, to William Hunter, at Laurel
Cottage, Newark St., Greenock on 10th Oct 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1878) see
Catherine N.; James
CAMPBELL Catherine Adams, widow of Donald Campbell, Gourock, died at her son in law's, Arch
McGilp, 97 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 18th July 1904 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph
19.7.1904) see Christina
CAMPBELL Catherine, youngest daughter of late Neil Campbell, to Daniel Service at 51 Ardgowan St.,
Greenock on 30th_Dec 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1908)
CAMPBELL Catherine, 2nd daughter of John Campbell, joiner, died at 36 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on
21st March 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1908)
CAMPBELL Cathie, 2nd daughter of Alex Campbell, to Duncan Gilmour, Paisley, at Western Hotel,
Greenock on 26th Oct 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1898)
CAMPBELL Catherine, 2nd daughter of Angus Campbell, timber porter, 52 Regent St., to John Walker,
at White Hart Hotel, Greenock on 29th Dec 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1893)
CAMPBELL Catherine Campbell, mother of Mary, died at 40 Dalrymple St., Greenock in Nov 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1893)
CAMPBELL Catherine Campbell died at 55 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 17th August 1893 age 74
(Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1893)
CAMPBELL Catherine Campbell died at Alex Walker's, 7 Orangefield, Greenock on 18th Feb 1890 age
94 (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1890)
CAMPBELL Bella, daughter of James & Mary Campbell, baker, died at 59 Ann St., Greenock on 5th April
1907 age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 5 & 6.4.1907)
CAMPBELL Catherine Campbell to John Johnston at 89 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 5th June 1878
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(Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1878)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, boilermaker, born at 33 Belville St., Greenock on 10th
Jan 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1.884)
CAMPBELL Catherine, 4th daughter of Dugald Campbell, carpenter, died at 11 Ann St., Greenock on
11th July 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 12.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Catherine, widow of Arch Campbell, daughter of James McGibbon, farmer, Lochgoil, died at
12 Bruce St., Greenock on 15th Dec 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1867)
CAMPBELL Miss Catherine Campbell, formerly of Dunoon, died at 23 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 28th
August 1852 (Greenock Advertiser 31.8.1852)
CAMPBELL Catherine, eldest daughter of late Alex Campbell, merchant, to Samuel Ewing Davie,
watchmaker Troon, at 44 Ann St., Greenock on 1st Jan 1852 (Greenock Advertiser
2.1.1852)
CAMPBELL Catherine, youngest daughter of late Duncan Campbell, to Alex Agnew at Greenock on 24th
April 1849 (Greenock Advertiser 27.4.1849)
CAMPBELL Catherine, daughter of John Campbell, to James McLean, merchant, at Mount Park,
Greenock on 23rd Dec 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 25.12.1846)
CAMPBELL Catherine Campbell, Kirk St., found at Paton's Quay, Port Glasgow on 11th Jan 1827 age 18
(Greenock Advertiser 16.1.1827)
CAMPBELL Caroline McAleese, wife of James Campbell, mason, died at 9 Shore Pl., Gourock on 13th
Feb 1905 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1906)
CAMPBELL Bethia Macfarlane, 2nd daughter of Donald Campbell, to Hugh M. Stewart, Glasgow, at
Albert Rd., Gourock on 3rd Oct 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1879)
CAMPBELL Catherine, youngest daughter of Robert Campbell, clerk, died at 5 Regent St., Greenock on
19th Dec 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1880)
CAMPBELL Anne, daughter of late John Campbell, Kara, died at Port Glasgow on 25th Nov 1815
(Greenock Advertiser 1.12.1815)
CAMPBELL Ann Angell, wife of Capt Duncan Campbell, formerly of Newfoundland, died at 49 Nelson St.,
Greenock on 5th August 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 8.8.1854)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell to Campbell, 5th daughter of Robert Brown, tailor, at 75 Wellington St.,
Greenock on 21st April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1891)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, joiner, 15 Nelson St. W, son of late Colin Campbell, shipwright, died at
Greenock Infirmary on 10th August 1894 age 25 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1894)
CAMPBELL Angus, son of John Campbell, died at 28 West Burn St., Greenock on 10th Jan 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1896)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, timber porter for 50 years, died at 10 Regent St., Greenock on 8th August
1900 age 73 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1900) see Angus
CAMPBELL Angus, infant son of Ronald & Euphemia Campbell, died at 14 Terrace Rd, Greenock on
12th Nov 1900 age 11 and a half months (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1900) see Christina
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, joiner, died at 64 Kelly St., Greenock on 12th Jan 1902 (Greenock
Telegraph 13.8.1902)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, engineer, died at 3 Virginia St., Greenock on 18th Sept 1903 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.9.1903) see John McA
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, sailmaker, formerly of Greenock, husband of Florence, died at Main St.,
Kangaroo Point, Brisbane on 6th August 1889 age 37 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1890) see
Florence
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell, painter, born at 4 Drumfrochar Rd., Greenock on 31st
August 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1906)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell 2nd officer, barque 'Bruce', eldest surviving son of Angus Campbell, sugar
porter, 8 Hill St., Greenock, drowned at Pensacola on 6th June 1888 age 27 (Greenock
Telegraph 26.6.1888) see Angus; Catherine
CAMPBELL Ann, daughter of Alex Campbell, died at 15 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 11th June 1857 age
16 (Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1857)
CAMPBELL Ann Campbell, teacher of infants at Free Church School, died at Chapel Lane, Port Glasgow
on 10th August 1882 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1882)
CAMPBELL Annie, daughter of Stewart Campbell, labourer, died at 73 Ann St., Greenock in Nov 1883
(Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1883)
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Subject Entry
CAMPBELL Annie Campbell died at 18 Serpentine Walk, Greenock on 1st August 1888 (Greenock
Telegraph 2.8.1888)
CAMPBELL Annie, daughter of Donald Campbell, Joiner, to John Smith, marine engineer, at Forester's
Hall, Greenock on 5th Sept 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1890) see Elizabeth B.M.
CAMPBELL Annie, eldest daughter of John Campbell, flesher, formerly of 112 Dempster St., died at
Greenock Infirmary on 15th Dec 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1899)
CAMPBELL Anne, wife of Hector Campbell, carter, died at 45 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 28th Dec 1899
(Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1899) see Donaldina
CAMPBELL Annie, youngest daughter of Donald Campbell, formerly of Trafalgar St., Greenock, died at
her brother's, John, West Hoboken, New Jersey on 17th Jan 1904 (Greenock Telegraph
2.2.1904)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at Broadstone Gardens, Port Glasgow on 7th Feb
1883 (Greenock Advertiser 8.2.1883)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, tobacco spinner, formerly of Greenock, died at 7 Woodville Terrace
Whitehead on 29th July 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1904)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell born at Bridgend, Greenock on 27th May 1835
(Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1835)
CAMPBELL Christina, 2nd daughter of late Colin Campbell, carpenter, died at 15 Nelson St., Greenock
on 12th May 1881 age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Allan Campbell born at 25 Bruce St., Greenock on 10th June 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1891)
CAMPBELL Amelia Balfour, infant daughter of Robert Campbell, bootmaker, 64 Drumfrochar Rd.,
Greenock died at 30 Albert Rd., Gourock on 7th Oct 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Andrew Campbell, mill manager, formerly of Fintry & Greenock, died at New City Rd.,
Glasgow on 24th Dec 1873 age 73 (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1373 Greenock Advertiser
27.12.1873)
CAMPBELL Andrew, son of Daniel Campbell, rigger, died at 3 Hamilton St., Greenock on 1st Sept 1883
age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1883)
CAMPBELL Andrew Campbell, engineer, to Elizabeth Watson Campbell at Victoria Hall, Greenock on
26th June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1891)
CAMPBELL Andrew Campbell, engineer, husband of Elizabeth, formerly of Greenock, died at 4 Wallace
St., Clydebank on 2nd July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1913)
CAMPBELL Andrew Campbell, of A. Campbell & Co., boatbuilders, Glasgow, Broombery House,
Gourock, died in Australia in Jan 1907 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1907)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, sugar porter, died at 8 Hill St., Greenock on 4th Nov 1891 age 63
(Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1891) see Angus; Annie B; Christina B
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, merchant, Glenelg, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Wm Chisholm, fish
curer, at Greenock on 18th July 1827 (Greenock Advertiser 3.8.1827) see Mary A.C.
CAMPBELL Ann Barr, eldest daughter of Duncan A. Campbell, merchant, Greenock died at Ardtur, Appin
on 21st Sept.1856, age 20 (Greenock Advertiser 26.9.1856)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell born at 8 Chapel St., Greenock on 24th Dec 1857
(Greenock Advertiser 29.12.1857)
CAMPBELL Capt Angus Campbell died at 1 W. Stewart St., Greenock on 10th Jan 1859 (Greenock
Advertiser 11.1.1859)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell born at 3 Market St., Greenock on 19th Nov 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1873)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell, engineer, born at 3 Hill St., Greenock on 6th Nov 1876
(Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1876)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, cooper, formerly of Greenock, husband of Georgina, died in April 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 28, 4.1888)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell, cooper, born at 70 Ann St., Greenock on 7th June 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1877)
CAMPBELL Angus Campbell, 2nd mate, 3rd son of Angus Campbell, timber porter, Greenock, drowned
from the barque 'Frederick' on 29th Nov 1881 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1881) see
Angus
CAMPBELL Angus, youngest son of Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at 28 E Shaw St, Greenock on
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Subject Entry
7th Feb 1884 age 18months (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1884)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Angus Campbell born at 15 Dempster St., Greenock on 27th Oct 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Andrew Donald, youngest son of late Ronald Campbell, Greenock, drowned by the
swamping of the ship's boat off Diu, Cattywar Coast, India on 23rd July 1877 (Greenock
Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1877)
CAMPBELL Archibald, son of late James Campbell, Plantree Cottage, Lochgoilhead, died at 12 Bruce
St., Greenock on 15th April 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1871)
CAMPBELL Ann, widow of Hugh Campbell, died at 40 Nicolson St., Greenock on 11th Feb 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1912)
CAMPBELL Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell married in Greenock on 4th Oct 1836 - now 122 Kenmure St.,
Pollockshields - p3 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1906)
CAMPBELL Dr Francis Wayland Campbell, Montreal, to Agnes Stuart, youngest daughter of Alex
Rodger, at 4 Brougham street, Greenock on 17th Oct 1861 (Greenock Advertiser
19.10.1861) see Agnes S.; Elizabeth S; John; Rollo
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, surgeon, born at Inverkip on 24th Feb 1840 (Greenock
Advertiser 10.3.1840)
CAMPBELL Jeanie, wife of Michael Campbell, boilermaker, younger daughter of late John Graham,
Caledonian Railway, died at 32 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 23rd Oct 1885 age 34
(Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1885)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, carver, died at Greenock on 20th Sept 1841 age 52 (Greenock
Advertiser 24.9.1841)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at Hope PI., Antigua St., Greenock on 8th July
1849 (Greenock Advertiser 10.7.1849)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, sailmaker, Greenock, died on the 'Anne Maclean' at Gravesend on 3rd
May 1852 age 21 (Greenock Advertiser 11.5.1852)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, Barnagad, Argyll, to Harriot M., daughter of Thomas Miller, Georgia, at
Greenock on 22nd Dec 1825 (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1825)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell born at 9 Nicolson St., Greenock on 28th August 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1870)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, former shipmaster & last surviving son of Neil Campbell, The Glen, died
at Greenock on 9th Oct 1815 (Greenock Advertiser 17.10.1815)
CAMPBELL Capt Archibald Campbell to Agnes, widow of Robert Campbell, youngest daughter of Wm
Dick, at 24 Brisbane St., Greenock on 20th August 1872 (Greenock Advertiser 22.8.1872)
CAMPBELL Capt Archibald Campbell, 24 Brisbane St., Greenock, drowned at sea from the barque
'Martaban' on 2nd August 1882 age 42 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
22.11.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Wallace born at 25 West Burn St Greenock on 18th Oct 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1872)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, engineer, husband of Janet, 3 Regent St., died at Greenock Infirmary
on 24th May 1875 after an accident on the tug 'Flying Dutchman' near Steamboat Quay
Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1875 Greenock Advertiser 25.5.1375)
CAMPBELL Son & daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, engineer, born at 3 Regent St., Greenock on
9th Oct 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 9.19.1874)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, carpenter, born at 77 Regent St., Greenock on 19th Feb
1879 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1879)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Arch Campbell, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at Parkside,
Adelaide on 16th March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1880)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, cab driver, father of Robert, died at 18 Cathcart St., Greenock on 12th
Sept 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1878) see Alex W.; Robert
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, boilermaker, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert Johnstone, at 23,
Belville St., Greenock on 29th Dec 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.883)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell, smith's finisher, died at 26 Dalrymple St., Greenock in July 1867
(Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1867)
CAMPBELL Annie McNaught Campbell died at Greenock Infirmary on 6th Feb 1883 age 41 (Greenock
Telegraph 7.2.1883)
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CAMPBELL Annie Bennett, eldest daughter of Alex E. Campbell, seedsman, to Alexander Johnstone
Campbell at Cove Gardens, Gourock on 24th Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1913)
CAMPBELL Annie Blair, widow of Angus Campbell, sugar porter, Greenock, died at Carrick Farm,
Carrick Castle, Lochgoil on 29th June 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1900) see Angus
CAMPBELL Annie Fleming, eldest daughter of Hugh Campbell, baker, 3 Argyle St, to Donald McInness,
carpenter, at Yielder's Cafe, Greenock on 26th Sept 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1902)
see Annie G
CAMPBELL Annie Graham, wife of Hugh Campbell, baker, died at 81 Wellington St., Greenock on 20th
Dec 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1889) see Annie F
CAMPBELL Ann Hanton, widow of Robert Campbell, slater, died at 22 W Stewart St., Greenock on 27th
Feb 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1910) see Robert
CAMPBELL Annie Lachlan, widow of Arch Campbell, died at Low Auchinleck Farm, Kilmacolm on 1st
Sept 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1908)
CAMPBELL Ann McDougall, widow of Edward Campbell, died at 3 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 6th Jan
1910 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1910)
CAMPBELL Ann Macfadyen, widow of Angus Campbell, Lochgilphead, died at her son's, 39 Crawfurd
St., Greenock on 5th March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1880)
CAMPBELL Archibald Campbell died at Finlaystone House an 12th May 1825 age 71 (Greenock
Advertiser 20.5.1825)
CAMPBELL Anne McLeod, widow of Duncan Campbell, Greenock, formerly of Raasay, died at
Scotswood House, near Newcastle on Tyne on 4th Feb 1883 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph
5.2.1883)
CAMPBELL Allan, youngest son of Allan Campbell, painter, died at 20 Bearhope St., Greenock on 1st
Dec 1885 age 2yrs 10months (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1885)
CAMPBELL Annie Margaret Macnaughtan, youngest daughter of late Donald Campbell, Greenock, to
James Thomson Runciman at New York on 20th August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph
21.8.1908)
CAMPBELL Ann Mitchell, widow of Duncan Campbell, South Knapdale, Argyll, died at 27 Royal St.,
Gourock on 13th August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph & Gourock Advertiser 13.8.1909)
CAMPBELL Annie Mitchell, 2nd daughter of Neil Campbell, Gourock, to Thomas Massicks at Crawford's
Hall, Greenock on 14th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1912)
CAMPBELL Ann Paterson, wife of Peter Campbell, boilermaker, died at 33 Lyle St., Greenock on 10th
May 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1911)
CAMPBELL Ann Smith, widow of Wm Campbell, contractor, Dalry, died at Buchanan Arms Hotel,
Kilmacolm on 29th August 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1888)
CAMPBELL Ann Stewart, daughter of Dugald Campbell, Osborne House, Cove Rd., to Wilson Shaw
Whiteford, Greenock, at the Manse Gourock on 15th June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph
16.6.1898)
CAMPBELL Anna Maria Bushe, wife of Neil Campbell, boatbuilder, 53 Kelly St., died at Greenock
Infirmary on 25th Nov 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1904)
CAMPBELL Anniebella, eldest daughter of Alex CampbeIl, sailmaker, to John Watson, Glasgow, at 18
Wellington St Greenock on 8th May 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1898)
CAMPBELL Archibald, son of late John Campbell, sen., merchant, died at Greenock on 6th April 1795
(Ed Courant 18.4.1795)
CAMPBELL Annie McIlwraith, daughter of Thomas Campbell, to Duncan McPhail, at Masonic Temple,
Greenock on 6th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1900)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell to Jessie, eldest daughter of Alex Cameron, yachtmaster, at Hope PI.,
Gourock an 19th Nov 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1880)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, Clyde Shipping Co., died at 66 Wellington St., Greenock on 14th April
1874 age 88 (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1874)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, apprentice, son of John Campbell, boatman, 22 Lynedoch St., Greenock,
drowned at sea from the ship 'Cape Horn' on 13th April 1813 from Liverpool to Sydney age
18 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1883)
CAMPBELL Capt Duncan Campbell, of the barque 'Forganhall', 2 Ford Pl., Finnart St., drowned in the
Albert harbour, Greenock on 14th Nov 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
15.11.1882)
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CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, cooper, born at 20 Hope St., Greenock on 11th Sept
1882 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, machineman, born at 23 W Stewart St., Greenock on
28th Nov 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1881)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, born at 28 Bank St., Greenock on 29th June 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1888)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, sugar porter, born at 28 Bank St., Greenock on
26th Jan 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1886)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell born at Ford Cottage, Greenock on 4th Dec 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1884)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, former prison officer, died at 53 Brisbane St., Greenock on 8th August
1888 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1888)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan CampbeII, sugar boiler, born at 15 W Stewart St., Greenock on 9th
July 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, labourer, born at 33 Nelson St. W., Greenock on
1st Nov 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1883)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & late Duncan Campbell, storeman, Greenock Foundry, born at 20 Antigua
St., Greenock on 5th July 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1879)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, storekeeper, Greenock Foundry, husband of Joan, died at 20 Antigua St.,
Greenock on 5th June 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1879)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, remnant warehouse, died at 17 Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock on 21st
March 1879 age 53 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1879) see Mrs Duncan
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell of Kenlochaich, died at Mileburn, Gourock on 13th August 1876 age 75
(Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1876 Greenock Advertiser 17.8.1870)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, tailor, born at 15 W Stewart St., Greenock on 1st March
1880 (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1880)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, born at 15 W Stewart St., Greenock on 1st Dec 1878
(Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1878)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, clothier born at 15 W Stewart St., Greenock on 9th May
1877 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1877)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, clothier, born at 28 Bruce St., Greenock on 2nd Feb
1876 (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1876)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell to Mary Ann Macdonald, Stein, Waternish, Skye, at 57 Ann St., Greenock
on 26th Sept 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, sugar porter, born at Ford Cottage, Finnart St.,
Greenock on 22nd August 1682 (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, Whiteinch, born at 3 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 16th
April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1901)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, merchant, formerly of Greenock, died at Cochin, Malabar Coast, India on
13th Jan 1852 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1852)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, joiner, 78 Holmscroft St, died at either the Gaelic Free Church or the
Union St. UF Church Hall, Greenock on 25th March 1906 age 82 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph
26.3.1906 Port Glasgow Examiner 28.3.1906)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, blacksmith, 3rd son of Duncan Campbell, 1 Helen St., Greenock, died at
Newport News, USA on 2nd Jan 1906 age 37 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1906)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, sugar porter, husband of Janet Ferguson, died at 1 Hope St., Greenock
on 12th Dec 1903 age 60 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1903) see Margaret
CAMPBELL Duncan, 5th son of late John Campbell, copper, Greenock, died at West Silvertown, London
on 4th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1902) see John
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, cooper, formerly of Greenock, died at Marine Terrace, Silvertown,
London on 4th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1902)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, machinist, died at 3 Brougham St., Greenock on 21st July 1901 age 58
(Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1901)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, former teller, National Bank of Scotland, Greenock, died at Musselburgh
on 30th April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1901)
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CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, carter, husband of Jane, died at 30 Ingleston St., Greenock in Oct 1885
(Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1885)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, storekeeper, born at 63 Nicolson St., Greenock on
18th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1900)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell, died at Cathcart St., Greenock on 18th July 1832 of cholera age 46
(Greenock Advertiser 20.7.1832)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell to Lizzie, 3rd daughter of Walter Douglas, timber measurer, NB Railway,
at 3 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on 12th July 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1900)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, joiner, died at 71 Regent St., Greenock on 11th March 1900 age 74
(Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1900)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, formerly of Gourock, born at 25 New Stoick Rd., Paisley
on 30th Jan 1899 - died same day (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1899)
CAMPBELL Duncan, 3rd son of Angus Campbell, farmer, Coull, Islay, to Isabella, 3rd daughter of
Duncan Campbell, machinist, 32 Hamilton St, at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on 5th Oct 1898
(Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1898)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell died at Dick's Land, Smith's Lane, Greenock on 22nd April 1832 of cholera
age 50 (Greenock Advertiser 24.4.1832)
CAMPBELL Mrs Duncan Campbell died at 17 Caddlehill, Greenock on 3rd June 1898 age 72 (Greenock
Telegraph 4.6.1898) see Duncan
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, joiner, father of Angus, died at 85 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 21st Feb
1895 age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1895)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, sanitary inspector, to Isabella Weir, eldest daughter of Ewan McDonald,
Craigienever, Strachur, at Forester's Hall, Greenock on 29th Dec 1892 (Greenock Telegraph
3.1.1893)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, former constable, died at his son in law's, 4 Watt St., Greenock on 16th
Oct 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1892)
CAMPBELL Duncan, eldest son of Duncan & Rose Ann Campbell, died at 13 Mill St., Greenock on 23rd
Feb 1901 age 4yrs 11months (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1901)
CAMPBELL Agnes, 4th daughter of John Campbell, 3 Customhouse Pl., died at Greenock Infirmary on
2nd July 1906 age 15yrs 7months (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1906)
CAMPBELL Duncan, son of Duncan Campbell, remnant warehouse, died at 17 Caddlehill St., Greenock
on 7th April 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1875) see Duncan; Mrs Duncan
CAMPBELL Agnes, eldest daughter of John Campbell, to Charles Ferguson, grocer, at 2 Crawfurd St.,
Greenock on 22nd July 1857 (Greenock Advertiser 24.7.1857)
CAMPBELL Agnes, daughter of late Robert N. Campbell, to Rev Dugald Campbell, missionary, Old
Calabar, at North Adelphi House, Denniston, Glasgow on 5th June 1872 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.6.1872 Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1872) see Isabella H
CAMPBELL Agnes, widow of Robert Campbell, youngest daughter of Wm Dick, to Capt Archibald
Campbell, at 24 Brisbane St., Greenock on 20th August 1872 (Greenock Advertiser
22.8.1872)
CAMPBELL Agnes Campbell died at 69 Regent St., Greenock on 13th August 1876 age 24 (Greenock
Telegraph 14.8.1876)
CAMPBELL Agnes, youngest daughter of Hugh Campbell, cooper, died at 6 Holmscroft St., Greenock on
15th Nov.,1876 age 6months (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1876) see Isabella B.
CAMPBELL Agnes, eldest daughter of Thomas Campbell, joiner, to George Shearer at 14 Wellington St.,
Greenock on 1st March 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1877)
CAMPBELL Agnes, 2nd daughter of Donald Campbell, boilermaker, formerly of Greenock, died at P.O.
Buildings, Mazagong, Bombay on 8th Dec 1883 age 4 and a half (Greenock Telegraph
4.1.1884) see Donald
CAMPBELL Agnes, 2nd daughter of Capt Duncan Campbell, to John Johnston, chief officer of the
barque ' Clydesdale' at Greenock on 10th June 1845 (Greenock Advertiser 17.6.1845)
CAMPBELL Agnes, 3rd daughter of Duncan Campbell, blacksmith, to Samuel Lawrie at 18 Port Glasgow
Road, Greenock on 1st Sept 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1883)
CAMPBELL Adam Masterson, 2nd son of G.T. Campbell, died at 25 Newton St., Greenock on 2nd July
1881 age 4yrs 9months (Greenock Telegraph.& Greenock Advertiser 4.7.1881)
CAMPBELL Agnes, daughter of late Angus Campbell, blacksmith, to John Baird, stone cutter, at the
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Anchorage, Gourock on 16th Dec 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1908 Gourock
Advertiser 18.12.1908) see Agnes D.
CAMPBELL Agnes, 2nd daughter of Matthew CampbeII, carpenter, 9 Morton Terrace to John B.
Anderson, at Canton Restaurant, Greenock on 5th July 1911 (Greenock Telegraph
8.7.1911)
CAMPBELL Agnes Adam, widow of Daniel Campbell, carpenter, died at East Quay Lane, Greenock on
6th Sept 1853 (Greenock Advertiser 9.9.1853) see Daniel
CAMPBELL Christina, 4th daughter of late John Campbell, to David Hillock, shoemaker, at 21 Bearhope
St., Greenock on 17th July 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 2.7.1863)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell died at 77 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 14th Sept 1872 age 67 (Greenock
Telegraph 14.9.1872)
CAMPBELL Christina Campbell to Alexander Black McNeill at Ardgowan St. W., Greenock on 22nd Nov
1889 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1889)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell, seaman, born at 66 Regent St., Greenock on 15th
April 1872 (Greenock Telegraph.16.4.1872)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, merchant, Greenock to Jessie, C., 4th daughter of Norman Ferguson,
Armsort, Skye, at R. Torries', Paisley Rd., Glasgow on 4th Oct 1871 (Greenock Advertiser
7.10.1871)
CAMPBELL Mrs Duncan Campbell died at 8 Margaret St., Greenock on 5th Nov 1868 age 92 (Greenock
Advertiser 10.11.1868)
CAMPBELL Agnes, daughter of Daniel Campbell, spirit merchant, 51 Shore St., killed by a tramcar on
17th August 1889 in Gourock age 3 (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1889)
CAMPBELL Abram Campbell to Lena, 2nd youngest daughter of Cornelius Craig, storeman, 55 Rue-end
St. at Crawford's Cafe, Greenock on 19th June 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1894)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell died at High Vennel, Greenock on 6th Sept 1832 of cholera (Greenock
Advertiser 7.9.1832)
CAMPBELL Miss Campbell, Ballochyle, died at Greenock on 30th March 1840 (Greenock Advertiser
31.3.1840)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Campbell, Ardpatrick, born at Brookfield, Greenock on 4th Oct 1862
(Greenock Advertiser 9.10.1862)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell died at Mount Park Cottage, Wellington St., Greenock on 14th May 1878 age
63 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 14.5.1878)
CAMPBELL Mr Campbell, 2nd mate, Greenock, lost in the sinking of the barque 'Frederick' of Greenock
on 28th Nov 1881 from Quebec to Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1881)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell, mother of Wm died at 21 John St., Greenock on 25th Jan 1882 age 68
(Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 27.1.1882)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell, biblewoman in the Greenock Infirmary with the Dorcas Society, died at 5
Trafalgar St., Greenock on 28th Sept 1884 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1884)
CAMPBELL Mr Campbell, fireman, the Knowe, Greenock, committed suicide by jumping from the
steamer 'Minard' at Renfrew Ferry on 31st May 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1886)
CAMPBELL Mrs Agnes Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at 9 Woodland Terrace Birkenhead on
28th Feb 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 3.3.1854)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs A. Campbell born at 54 Wellington St., Greenock on 1st Sept 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1903)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 16th Dec
1836 (Greenock Advertiser 19.12.1836)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell born at 55 Rue-end St., Greenock on 29th Oct 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1895)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell born at 1 Watt Pl., Greenock on 5th Jan 1898 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.1.1898)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell, tugboatman, born at 1 Watt Pl., Greenock on 10th Dec
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1903)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell, tugboatman, born at 63 Rue-end St., Greenock on 8th
Dec 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1905) Hendry died 19th Feb 1907 (Greenock
Telegraph 20.2.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell born at 27 W Stewart St., Greenock on 17th June
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1908 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1908)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell, tugboatman, born at 27 W Stewart St., Greenock on 15th
Feb 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1911)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Abram Campbell born at 27 W Stewart St., Greenock on 13th June 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1913)
CAMPBELL Adam, son of Alex Campbell, stationer, died at Upper Patrick St., Greenock on 27th March
1870 age 9months (Greenock Advertiser 31.1.1870)
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, carter, son of Duncan Campbell, policeman, died at 15 Regent St.,
Greenock on 19th July 1873 age 28 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1873) see Elizabeth
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Campbell born at 24 Trafalgar St., Greenock on 4th August 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1895)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Steel, widow of Rollo Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at her son' s Dr F.W.
Campbell, Montreal on 9th March 1881 (Greenock Telegraph I Greenock Advertiser
26.3.1881) see Dr Francis W
CAMPBELL Elizabeth (Sissy) McIntyre, infant daughter of late Daniel Campbell, died at 52 Mackenzie
St., Greenock on 14th Feb 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1895)
CAMPBELL Ellen McDonald, wife of John Campbell, carter, died at 37 Cathcart St., Greenock on 4th
August 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 5.8.1903)
CAMPBELL Ellen, eldest daughter of late Capt Lachlan Campbell, Port Glasgow, to William Fullarton at
13 Regent St., Greenock on 10th March 1863 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1863)
CAMPBELL Ellen, daughter of late Alex Campbell, to William M.G. Weir, Clerk, Post office, at 43 Ann St.,
Greenock on 12th August 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 15.8.1856)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Wothers, widow of Matthew Campbell, died at 27 Shaw St., Greenock on 5th
August 1885 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1885)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Warson Campbell to Andrew Campbell, engineer, at Victoria Hall, Greenock on
25th June 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1891)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Thomson, eldest daughter of James Campbell, to Daniel McLean Ferguson at
Tontine, Greenock on 14th Sept 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1911)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Thomson, daughter of Allan Campbell, painter, died at 21 Bearhope St., Greenock
on 3rd June 1883 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 4.6.1883) see Allan
CAMPBELL Emma Augusta McMillan, wife of Dr G.T. Campbell, youngest daughter of David McMillan,
Greenock, died at 63 Princes St., Port Glasgow on 7th April 1904 (Greenock Telegraph &
Port Glasgow Examiner 8.4.1904)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Stewart, youngest daughter of Dugald Campbell, died at 6 Nelson St Glebe,
Greenock on 16th April 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1876)
CAMPBELL Euphemia, 3rd daughter of late John Campbell, Greenock Customs, died at 16 Merchiston
Terrace Edinburgh on 28th April 1880 age 63 (Greenock Advertiser 29.4.1880) see John
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Shaw, widow of Capt Wm Campbell, died at 15 Robertson St., Greenock on 5th
August 1897 ages 84 (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1897) see Arch
CAMPBELL Lizzie Scrymigeour, wife of Robert Campbell, died at 6 Chalmers St, Greenock on 6th Sept
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1911)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Ross, 2nd daughter of Alex Campbell, draper, died at 12 Octavia Cottages,
Greenock on 17th Dec 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1889) see Charles R
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Murray, widow of Hugh Campbell, mother of James, died at 3 Bearhope St.,
Greenock on 16th Sept 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1895)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Mathieson, wife of Peter Campbell, died at 32 Arthur St., Greenock on 20th May
1890 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1890)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth McNair, wife of John Campbell, gardener, died at 13 Nelson St., W., Greenock on
22nd Jan 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1878)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth McMaster, widow of Wm Campbell, engine-driver, died at her sister's 55
Holmscroft St., Greenock on 8th Feb 1911 age 67 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1911)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth McLean, widow of John Campbell, carpenter, died at her daughter's Mrs Kerr, 20
Lyle St., Greenock on 4th Jan 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1894)
CAMPBELL Duncan, eldest son of Neil Campbell, Gourock, to Ruth, youngest daughter of Lockman S.
Wilson, Barrie, at Grange Cottage, Barrie, Ontario on 16th Jan 1912 (Greenock Telegraph
17.1.1912)
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CAMPBELL Elizabeth Stewart, wife of Dugald Campbell, steward, died at 11 Binnie St., Gourock on 11th
Dec 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1912)
CAMPBELL Flora, 4th daughter of Arch Campbell, to John D. Kirkbride, at Crawford's Hall, Greenock on
2nd Dec 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1904)
CAMPBELL Francis Graham, son of Mary Campbell, died at 9 Vennel, Greenock on 7th July 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1894)
CAMPBELL Francis Campbell, surfaceman, 9 Tobago St, died on the line near the West Station on 25th
Sept 1904 age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1904)
CAMPBELL Francis Campbell, labourer, no fixed abode, died in 6 East Shaw St., Greenock on 1st Jan
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1855)
CAMPBELL Forrester Thomson, youngest daughter of late John Campbell, Greenock, died at 43
Gloucester St., Warwick Sq., London on 17th July 1898 age 71 (Greenock Telegraph
20.7.1898)
CAMPBELL Flora McAlpine, wife of Ronald Campbell, died at the Argyll Hotel, Port Glasgow on 22nd
May 1856 of consumption (Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1856) see Mary
CAMPBELL Florence, eldest daughter of Angus & Florence Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at
Main St., Kangaroo Pont, Brisbane on 5th April 1889 age 5yrs 3months (Greenock
Telegraph 26.2.1890) see Angus
CAMPBELL Flora Reid, wife of Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at 5 Duncan St., Greenock on 11th
May 1902 age 47 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1907)
CAMPBELL Flora McDearmid, wife of Neil Campbell, riveter, 11 Laird St., drowned off the Esplanade,
Greenock on 2nd Dec 1882 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 4.12.1882)
CAMPBELL Ellen McPherson, widow of George Campbell, Ardloch, Argyll, died at Mary Pl., Shore St.,
Gourock on 19th Dec 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1885)
CAMPBELL Flora Cameron, daughter of late Hugh Cameron, to Donald Kelly, coal merchant, at Newark
Pl., Port Glasgow on 30th Sept 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1884)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Macintyre, eldest clan of Donald Campbell, shipping officer, to John Black, Antrim,
at 30 Wellington St, Greenock on 25th Dec 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1889)
CAMPBELL Flora, youngest daughter of John Campbell, died at 16 Dalrymple St., Greenock on 5th April
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1903)
CAMPBELL Flora, daughter of John Campbell, riveter, died at 6 Duff St., Greenock on 26th Sept 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1897)
CAMPBELL Finlay Campbell, merchant, Helensburgh, to Lilias, daughter of late John Douglas, jeweller,
at 3 Finnart St., Greenock on 26th July 1870 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
28.7.1870)
CAMPBELL Felix Campbell died at 25 Brymner St., Greenock on 24th March 1885 (Greenock Telegraph
25.3.1885)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr. & Mrs Farquhar Campbell born at 2 Houston Pl., Port Glasgow on 25th Feb 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1877)
CAMPBELL Farquhar Campbell, formerly of Port Glasgow 1st engineer, Chilean Navy, died at Valparaiso
on 20th July 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 5.9,1899 Port Glasgow Examiner 8.9.1899)
CAMPBELL Evelyn McLean, youngest daughter of Capt Duncan Campbell, formerly with BISN Co, died
at 25 Newark St., Greenock on 22nd March 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1907)
CAMPBELL Euphemia Masterton, wife of C.T. Campbell, commercial traveller, died at 6 Finnart St.,
Greenock on 27th April 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1908) see Effie
CAMPBELL Euphemia, daughter of late Arch Campbell, died at 8 Hay St., Greenock on 5th May 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1887)
CAMPBELL Flora Eglington, widow of Matthew Campbell, gardener, died at Floral Bank, Cove Gardens,
Gourock on 21st Oct 1898 age 75 (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1898) see Matthew
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell, born at 27 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 13th
August 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1892)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth McKinlay, wife of Arch Campbell, carpenter died at 3 Regent St, Greenock on 3rd
May 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1876)
CAMPBELL Lizzie, only daughter of late Robert Campbell, shipwright, to J.G. Butt, engineer, son of John
Butt, Bank, Virginia, Co. Cowan, Ireland, at 10 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 22nd August
1890 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1890)
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CAMPBELL Elizabeth, wife of former PC Duncan Campbell, 4th daughter of late Angus Campbell,
farmer, Seil, Argyll, died at 18 Bearhope St., Greenock on 28th June 1890 (Greenock
Telegraph 30.6.1890) see Duncan; John
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, daughter of John F. Campbell, salesman, died at 51 Kelly St., Greenock on 10th
June 1885 age 1 (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1885)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Alex Campbell, sailmaker, died at 83 Roxburgh St.,
Greenock on 27th March 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1879)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Campbell, mother of James Bradey, died at 24 Tobago St., Greenock on 26th May
1876 age 66 (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1866)
CAMPBELL Elisabeth, daughter of late Peter Campbell, Port Glasgow, to Archibald Roy, Barrow in
Furness, at Glasgow on 27th Dec 1872 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1872)
CAMPBELL Duncan McIntosh, 2nd son of Alex Campbell, timber measurer, died at 26 South St.,
Greenock on 1st May 1894 age 7yrs 9months (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1894)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Campbell, mother of Catherine, died at 11 Main St., Greenock in April 1895
(Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1895)
CAMPBELL Duncan Archibald Campbell, HM Revenue, Greenock to Elizabeth Coutts, 3rd daughter of
late Robert Gaylor Morrison, Braddock, Comley Bank, at Braddock House, Dunfermline on
19th Jan 1909 - 50 Brisbane St. (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1909)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Campbell died at Barley Mill, Port Glasgow on 30th Jan 1896 age 77 (Greenock
Telegraph 31.1.1896)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell, plater, at 27 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 17th
June 1891 - died Sept 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1891)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born at 17 Ardgowan Sq., Greenock on 19th March
1853 (Greenock Advertiser 22.3.1853)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 6th Nov
1849 (Greenock Advertiser 9.11.1849)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 8th Jan
1846 (Greenock Advertiser 9.1.1846) died 9th Jan 1846 (Greenock Advertiser 13.1.1846)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 29th Nov 1844
(Greenock Advertiser 3.12.1844)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 16th Feb 1843
(Greenock Advertiser 17.2.1843)
CAMPBELL Mrs Campbell, mother of Highland Mary, died at Greenock on 27th Sept 1827 age 85 -
buried in West Churchyard with her daughter (Greenock Advertiser 5.10.1827) see Arch
CAMPBELL Duncan Alexander Campbell, merchant, to Margaret, daughter of Wm Macfie, Langhouse,
Inverkip, at Regent St., Greenock on 17th May 1842 (Greenock Advertiser 20.5.1842)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan A. Campbell born a Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 13th Nov
1838 (Greenock Advertiser 16.11.1838)
CAMPBELL Duncan H. Campbell, born at Greenock in 1826, died at Pawtucket, Rhode Island on 2nd
Nov 1894 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1894)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Coulter, wife of Thomas Campbell, joiner, died at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on
14th July 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1893)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Macintyre, eldest daughter of James Campbell, died at 9 Nicolson St., Greenock
on 3rd July 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1888)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth McCallum, wife of Mr Campbell, master of the lighter 'Newark' of Clyde Shipping
Co. drowned in the East India Harbour on 24th Feb 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 26.2.1856)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Leithhedd, wife of Alex Campbell, gardener, died at 14 Hopeton St., Gourock on
21th April 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1888) see Isabella W.
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Hamilton, widow of Robert Campbell, hammerman, died at 10 Nile St., Greenock
on 16th Jan 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1904) see Robert
CAMPBELL Lizzie Grant, eldest daughter of Dugald Campbell, ask to Adam Janieson, master plumber,
Greenock, at Omaha, Nebraska on 29th May 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1889)
CAMPBELL Lizzie Fraser, daughter of Robert Campbell, shoemaker, to John Duncan at 68 Drumfrochar
Rd, Greenock on 2nd March 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1897)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Duncan, wife of John Campbell, draper, 56 Vennel, died at 8 Ardgowan St.,
Greenock on 20th July 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1889)
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CAMPBELL Elizabeth Dowell, wife of Neil Campbell, cooper, died at 97 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 25th
March 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1890) see Neil
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Campbell, granddaughter of James Lee, died at 25 Market St., Greenock on 11th
April 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1894)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Craig, wife of Wm Campbell, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 76 Ann St.,
Greenock on 15th June 1884 age 87 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1884)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Campbell born at 66 Regent St., Greenock on 27th August 1876
(Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1876)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Cameron, wife of John Campbell, mariner, died at 13 Ingleston St., Greenock on
14th August 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1882)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Bell Murray, eldest daughter of Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 8 John St.,
Greenock on 24th March 1882 age.21 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1882) see Annie; Donald
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Buchanan, wife of Wm Campbell, former gunmaker, Greenock, died at Mt
Pleasant, Maryhill, Glasgow on 27th May 1876 age 67 (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1876)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Arthur, widow of Rev George Campbell, George Sq. Congregational, Greenock,
died at the Anchorage, Hawick on 6th May 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1895)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Andrew, widow of John Campbell, baker, Orangefield Pl., Greenock, died at 31 W
Princes St., Glasgow on 29th Dec 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1906 Port Glasgow
Examiner 3.1.1906)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Alexander, widow of Alex Campbell, Comptroller Customs, Port Glasgow, died at
Dellingburn, Greenock, on 31st May 1836 age 80 see Alex (Greenock Advertiser 2.6.1836)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at the Lodge, Dalmuir on 8th Feb 1913 age
73 (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1913)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, youngest daughter of Duncan Campbell, to Harold Mills at Crawford's Hall,
Greenock on 27th June 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1901)
CAMPBELL Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of John Campbell, boilermaker, to Thomas Huit, miller, Glasgow, at
Crawford Hall Greenock on 14th June 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1900) see Catherine
CAMPBELL Elizabeth Cullen, widow of David Campbell, formerly of Greenock & Uddingston, died at
Lilybank, Large on 5th March 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1896) see David
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, carpenter, husband of Mary, died at 48 Shaw St., Greenock in March or
April 1879 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1879)
CAMPBELL Daniel Baxter, infant son of Lachlan Campbell, died at 2 Bath St., Gourock on 31st July 1896
(Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1896)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell to Margaret Eaton, eldest daughter of John Millar, mason, at 14 Bruce St.,
Greenock on 3rd Jan 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1907)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, seaman, died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock on 15th Jan 1906
age 63 (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1906)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell to Louisa, youngest daughter of Edward Bucklitsch, joiner, 16 Trafalgar St.,
at Crawford's Cafe, Greenock on 30th June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1904)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at 934 New City Rd., Glasgow on 15th July
1897 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1897)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, husband of Janet, 11 Belville St., died in Greenock Infirmary on 19th June
1894 after a Gourock boating accident age 28 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1894)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, rigger, husband of Sarah, died at 17 Cathcart St., Greenock in July 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1891)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, blacksmith, died at 41 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 11th March 1890 age
78 (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1890) see Daniel
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs D. Campbell born at 17 Lyle St., Greenock on 6th June 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1879)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell jun died at his father's John St., Greenock on 23rd July 1885 age 22
(Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1885)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs David carpenter, born at 6 Hay St., Greenock on 1st Dec 1878
(Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1878)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, husband of Agnes, died at 1 Bank St., Greenock on 12th Feb 1873
(Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1873)
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CAMPBELL Daniel, eldest son of Daniel Campbell, blacksmith, died at 41 Lynedoch St., Greenock on
11th Sept 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1871) see Daniel
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Daniel Campbell born at 20 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock on 5th March
1870 (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1870)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, cabinetmaker, to Jane, 3rd daughter of James McFie, Greenock at Belfast
on 27th Nov 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 30.11.1865)
CAMPBELL Daniel Campbell, carpenter, died at 1 East Quay Lane, Greenock on 7th June 1849
(Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1849) see Agnes A; Janet
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs D.S. Campbell born at 77 Wellington St., Greenock on 7th Oct 1882
(Greenock Telegraph 9.09.1882)
CAMPBELL D.S. Campbell to Sarah McKinlay at 8 Murdieston St., Greenock on 23rd Nov 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1881)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs D. Campbell born at 10 Captain St., Greenock on 6th May 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1905)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, boilermaker, ss 'Australia', to Maggie, daughter of John McKinnan, at 13
E Blackhall St., Greenock on 13th Dec 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1876) see Agnes
CAMPBELL Daniel, eldest son of Alex Campbell, cabinetmaker, died at 48 St Lawrence St., Greenock on
7th May 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1875)
CAMPBELL David Wilkinson Campbell, C.I.E?., son of late John CampbeII, comptroller of Customs, died
at 55 Esplanade, Greenock on 9th Feb 1903 age 71 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1903) see
John
CAMPBELL Duncan Campbell, merchant, died at Greenock in May 1822 - buried 22.5.1822
CAMPBELL Donald, youngest son of Hugh Campbell, cooper, died at 44 Lynedoch St., Greenock on
26th Jan 1873 age 7months (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1873)
CAMPBELL Agnes Chaters, widow of James Campbell, died at 24 John St., Greenock on 6th August
1879 (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1879)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, carpenter, formerly of Greenock, killed on ship 'Palawan' at Liverpool on
14th Sept 1869 (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1869)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 11 Hill St., Greenock in August 1870 (Greenock Telegraph
8.8.1870)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 17 Nelson St W., Greenock on 21st July 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1870)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 1 Bank St., Greenock on 29th August 1869
(Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1869)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, sailmaker, to Jane, eldest daughter of John McLean, at 10 Forsyth St.,
Greenock on 1st July 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1868)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 3 Regent St., Greenock on 20th Nov 1867
(Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1867)
CAMPBELL David, eldest son of Thomas Campbell, died at 12 Wellington St., Greenock on 12th Dec
1873 (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1873)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell died at Shore St., Port Glasgow on 10th Nov 1855 age 20 (Greenock
Advertiser 13.11.1855)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs David Campbell, carpenter, born at 89 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 8th May
1875 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1875)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs David W. Campbell born at Clarendon Pl., Greenock on 17th Oct 1867
(Greenock Advertiser 19.10.1867) John May died 20th Dec 1867 (Greenock Advertiser
2.12.1867)
CAMPBELL David Robertson, eldest twin son of Walter CampbeII, died at 5 East Quay Lane, Greenock
on 31st Dec 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1878)
CAMPBELL David Johnstone Campbell, Kilmarnock, to Mary Ellen, eldest daughter of Andrew
MacLachlan at 2 Shaw Pl., Greenock in March 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1875
Greenock Advertiser 25.3.1875)
CAMPBELL David Campbell, Caledonian Rlwy Goods Manager's office, died at 56 Eldon St., Greenock
on 19th April 1911 - buried Largs (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1911)
CAMPBELL David Campbell, Shipwright, died at 37 Clarendon St., Partick on 27th March 1907 - buried
Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1907)
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CAMPBELL David Campbell died at 43 Bouverie, Port Glasgow on 8th Feb 1894 (Greenock Telegraph
9.2.1894)
CAMPBELL David Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Lily Bank, Largs on 26th Oct 1889 age 68
(Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1889) see Elizabeth C.
CAMPBELL David Campbell died at 13 Adelaide St., Gourock on 18th Jan 1881 age 65 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.1.1881)
CAMPBELL Crissie Beacon, 2nd daughter of Nicol M. Campbell, commission agent, to James Frederick
Welsh, Plymouth, at Ford Cottage, Greenock on 29th Oct 1913 (Greenock Telegraph
31.10.1913) see Catherine L.
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 3 Regent St., Greenock on 14th Dec 1865
(Greenock Advertiser 16.12.1865)
CAMPBELL Christina Graham, daughter of D. Campbell, joiner, died at 16 Holmscroft St., Greenock on
18th March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1880)
CAMPBELL Clementina Taylor, daughter of Mr & late Dugald Campbell, 71 Nicolson St., to Duncan H.
Denney at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 11th August 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1909)
CAMPBELL Clara, youngest daughter of late lames Campbell, ship chandler, to Archibald Taylor at
Fernbank Port Glasgow on 5th June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1913)
CAMPBELL Christina Murchison, youngest daughter of late Duncan & Mrs Campbell, Stonefield Clynder
& 1a Hope St., to John Devine, Vancouver, son of James Devine, sanitary inspector,
Greenock at Tontine Greenock on 6th August 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1912)
CAMPBELL Christina Munn, widow of John Campbell, died at Loudon Pl., Gourock on 28th Oct 1880 age
80 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1880 Greenock Advertiser 1.11.1880)
CAMPBELL Christina Margaret Campbell, Greenock to Alexander Heugh, engineer, Greenock at Church
of St Joseph's, Cardiff on 1st Feb 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1880)
CAMPBELL Christina McQueen, widow of Alex Campbell, carpenter, died at 22 St Lawrence St.,
Greenock in Sept 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1910)
CAMPBELL Christina McNeil, youngest daughter of late Duncan Campbell, to Robert Cameron, plumber,
at 53 Forsyth St., Greenock on 1st Nov 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1901)
CAMPBELL Christina McNab, wife of Donald Campbell carpenter, Greenock, died at Bowmore, Islay on
5th Nov 1868 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1868)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs D. Campbell born at 8 Hay St., Greenock on 23rd Sept 1880 (Greenock
Telegraph 24.9.1880)
CAMPBELL Christina McLaine, wife of Ronald Campbell, died at 3 Lyle St., Greenock on 8th Nov 1864
(Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1864)
CAMPBELL Dr Colin Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Jamaica on 9th May 1824 (Greenock
Advertiser 6.7.1824)
CAMPBELL Christina Fletcher, eldest daughter of Peter Campbell, to Walter Campbell, at Mechanics
Hall, Greenock on 2nd July 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1890)
CAMPBELL Christina Duncanson, wife of John Campbell, died at 13 Adelaide St., Gourock on 2nd Feb
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1886)
CAMPBELL Christina Christie, widow of Donald Campbell, sailmaker, died at 30 South St., Greenock on
14th Jan 1911 age 54 (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1911) see Barbara R.
CAMPBELL Christina Blair, youngest & only surviving daughter of late Angus Campbell, sugar porter,
Greenock, died at 36 Govanhill St., Glasgow on 3rd May 1899 age 31 (Greenock Telegraph
5.5.1899) see Angus
CAMPBELL Christina Beaton, 2nd daughter of Angus Campbell, to William Johnstone at 2 Palmerston
Buildings, Greenock on 5th August 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1904)
CAMPBELL Christina Campbell, Bible-woman, St Matthew's UF, Glasgow, eldest daughter of late
Donald Campbell, Gourock, died at Glasgow on 3rd Sept 1904 (Greenock Telegraph
5.9.1904) see Catherine A.
CAMPBELL Christina Black, youngest daughter of late James Campbell, formerly of Greenock, to John
Murray Rodger, Chatham, elder surviving son of Robert Beat Rodger, at Silvertown
Presbyterian Church. London on 20th Oct 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 23.10.1908)
CAMPBELL Christina, daughter of James Campbell, to Malcolm J. Garde at Crawford's Hall, Greenock
on 3d Dec 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1912)
CAMPBELL Christina, daughter of Roland Campbell, died at 14 Terrace Rd., Greenock in June 1897
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(Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1897) see Angus
CAMPBELL Christina McLaren, wife of John Campbell, Joiner, died at 36 Mt Pleasant St., Greenock on
1st May 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1907)
CAMPBELL Rev Colin Campbell, formerly of Bangalore, died at Western House, Gourock on 23rd May
1887 age 77 - obit p3 Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1881 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1887) see
Jane McC
CAMPBELL Colin J. McKechie, son of Arch Campbell, engineer, Australia, died at 9 Argyle St., Greenock
on 6th Jan 1861 age 7 (Greenock Advertiser 10.1.1861)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, Labour Exchange caretaker, husband of Esther McAulay, died at 73
Nicolson St., Greenock on 17th Nov 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1913)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, plumber, to Dollina, eldest daughter of Charles McGibbon, brass finisher, 39
Belville St., at 93 Eldon St., Greenock on 24th Sept 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1909)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, husband of Margaret, died at Craig's Farm, Greenock in May 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1907)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, shipwright, father of John, died at 21 Ingleston Pl., Greenock on 7th Feb
1905 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1905) see Janet B.
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, former salesman with M. Carsewell & Co., timber merchants, Glasgow, died
at 59 Regent St., Greenock on 13th Oct 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1892)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Colin Campbell born at 74 Ann St., Greenock on 8th August 1897
(Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1897)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Colin Campbell born at 35 W Shaw St., Greenock on 3rd April 1894
(Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1894)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Colin Campbell born at 35 W Shaw St., Greenock on 30th August 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1892) Colin McLaughlin died 8th May 1893 (Greenock Telegraph
9.5.1893)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, former shipmaster, died at Port Glasgow on 29th March 1811 (Greenock
Advertiser 26.4.1811 Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1811) see Marion
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, file manufacturer, Dorm St., Bridgeton, drowned in the West harbour, Port
Glasgow on 5th Oct 1888 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1888)
CAMPBELL Major Colin Campbell, East India Co., eldest son of Alex Campbell, Dellingburn, Greenock,
died at Ayah, Behar, India on 7th June 1819 (Greenock Advertiser 3.12.1819) way Alex
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Colin Campbell, Joiner, born at 2 Murdieston St., Greenock, on 5th Oct
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, joiner, eldest son of late PC John Campbell, died at 32 E Shaw St.,
Greenock on 3rd Oct 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1905)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell to Lilias, eldest daughter of late Samuel Tough, currier, at 28 E Shaw St.,
Greenock on 31st Dec 1385 (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1885) see Lilias
CAMPBELL Colin, youngest son of late Peter Campbell died at 7 Roxburgh St., Greenock on 11th April
1883 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 11.4.1883) see Mary G
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, former Collector, Greenock died at the Manse of Comrie on 8th Jan 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1881 -p2 Greenock Advertiser 12.1.1881)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, blacksmith, Millport, to Mary, eldest daughter of late John Stewart, Shisken,
Arran, at Ingleston St., Greenock in March 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 4.3.1876)
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell, formerly of Greenock, died at Mount Rouse, Australia on 21st April.1861
(Greenock Advertiser 20.8.1861)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Colin Campbell jun. born at 3 Ashton, Gourock on 21st April 1851
(Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1851)
CAMPBELL Donald, son of Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 8 John St., Greenock on 6th August 1873
age 7yrs 9months see Elizabeth B.M.
CAMPBELL Colin Campbell to Annabella, 2nd daughter of John McLarty, reporter, at Arcade Hall,
Greenock on 27th Nov 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1891)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 8 Captain St., Greenock on 10th April 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1912)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, shipwright, husband of Sarah, died at 28 E Shaw St., Greenock on 25th
Dec 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1900)
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CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald W. Campbell born at 14 Regent St., Greenock on 19th Dec 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1903)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald W. Campbell, compositor, born at 14 Regent St., Greenock on 27th
Dec 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1899)
CAMPBELL Donald Livingston Campbell to Annie Eliza Maxwell, daughter of late Capt John Ballardie,
Glasgow, & Mrs Ballardie, Florence Pl., Gourock, at Crawford’s Cafe, Greenock on 29th
April 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1902)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald G. Campbell, yachtsman, born at 11 Watt St., Greenock on 24th
May 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1901)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at his son's John, 60 Wellington St., Greenock on 7th Feb
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1911)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, fireman, born at 52 Inverkip St., Greenock in August
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1911)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell to Catherine, eldest daughter of Wm Gillespie at 36 Finnart St., Greenock
on 1st July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1910)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, labourer, 11 Watt St., drowned in the West Harbour, Greenock on 12th
May 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1910)
CAMPBELL Dougal, son of Duncan Campbell, machinist, died at 73 Regent St., Greenock on 25th April
1898 age 11yrs 4months (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1898)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 8 Captain St., Greenock on 31st Dec 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1913)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dougald Campbell born at Ney Pl., Gourock on 26th March 1877
(Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1877)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, engineer, born at 8 Captain St., Greenock on 28th
July 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1909)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, engineer, to Margaret, eldest daughter of James Laughlan, at Queen's
Rooms, Greenock on 19th June 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1908)
CAMPBELL Donald, youngest son of Donald Campbell, messenger, died at 27 Mearns St., Greenock on
5th May 1907 age 30 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1907)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, painter, born at 46 Kelly St., Greenock on 23rd April
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1906)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 14 Regent St., Greenock on 2nd Jan 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1909)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, compositor, born at 14 Regent St., Greenock on 1st
April 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1906)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, sailmaker, husband of Christina, died at 30 South St., Greenock on 12th
August 1903 age 61 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1903) see Barbara R.
CAMPBELL Son to PC & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 28 Bruce St., Greenock on 4th May 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1905)
CAMPBELL Son to PC & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 6 Holmscroft St., Greenock on 25th March 1904
(Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1904)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 17 John St., Greenock on 10th Dec 1870
(Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1870)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, carpenter, husband of Jane, died at 13 Hope St., Greenock on 28th Nov
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1908)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell born at 4 Bruce St., Greenock on 20th Oct 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1866)
CAMPBELL Mrs Duncan Campbell, wife of D. Campbell dun, merchant, died 17th June 1809 at
Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 23.6.1809) see Mary
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald M. Campbell born at Mount Pleasant, Greenock on 18th May
1841 - died 20th May 1841 (Greenock Advertiser 21.5.1841)
CAMPBELL Dugald Macfie Campbell died at Brougham St., Greenock on 15th Feb 1848 age 33
(Greenock Advertiser 25.2.1848) see Jane C.M.
CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, sailmaker, died at 71 Nicolson St., Greenock on 15th Feb 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1903)
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CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, accountant, former Provost, died at Ashmount, 16 Patrick St., Greenock
on 27th 1899 age 67 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1899)
CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, carpenter, formerly of Greenock, died at Racine, Wisconsin on 2nd Sept
1898 (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1898) see Bessie; Mary F.
CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, fisherman, Tarbet, died at Greenock Infirmary on 25th May 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1890)
CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, foreman ,joiner, 61 Regent St., father of James, died on 20th April 1882
after an accident at Caird's yard, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser
21.4.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell born at 6 Nelson St, Glebe, Greenock on 29th July
1873 (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1873)
CAMPBELL Donaldina, youngest daughter of Hector Campbell carter, to John Macfarlane, 2nd mate, at
17 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 13th Dec 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1893) see Anne
CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, crewman on the lighter 'Janet’ of Port Glasgow, died at Gourock Bay on
1st Feb 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 4.2.1869)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, coppersmith, 2nd son of Duncan Campbell, blacksmith, Inchgreen Works,
died at 10 Egerton Buildings, Barrow in Furness on 27th May 1900 (Greenock Telegraph
29.5.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell, yachtsman, born at 46 Crawfurd St., Greenock on
22nd May 1870 (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1870)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell born at 45 Crawfurd St., Greenock on 4th Feb 1868
(Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1868)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell born at 3 Cathcart St., Greenock on 10th May 1869
(Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1869)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell, sailmaker, born at 8 Cathcart St., Greenock on 25th
Nov 1867 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1867)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell born at 8 Cathcart St, Greenock on 12th Feb 1866
(Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1866)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Dugald Campbell born at Greenock on 2nd May 1839 (Greenock Advertiser
3.5.1839)
CAMPBELL Dugald Campbell, alias Richard Shae, died at Greenock on 16th Feb 1830
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Dougald Campbell born at Nithsdale Buildings, Shore St., Gourock on 21st
March 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1885)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Dougald Campbell born at Mary PI., Gourock on 15th Jan 1882 (Greenock
Telegraph & Greenock Advertiser 17.1.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dougald Campbell born at Ney Pl., Gourock on 8tb August 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1879)
CAMPBELL Rev Dugald Campbell, missionary, Old Calabar, to Agnes, daughter of late Robert N.
Campbell, Greenock, at North Adelphi House, Denniston, Glasgow on 5th June 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1872 Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1872)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, carpenter, born at 48 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 11th
Dec 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1882)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, engineer, born at 25 W Stewart St., Greenock on
12th May 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1886)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, boilermaker, born at 10 E Blackball St., Greenock
on 29th August 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1877 Greenock Advertiser 31.8.1877)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, carpenter, born at 48 Lynedoch St., Greenock on
15th April 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1893)
CAMPBELL P.C. Donald Campbell, to Christina, 2nd daughter of Neil Robertson, Sasaig, Bleat, Skye, at
Imperial Halls, Greenock on 13th June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1902)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr, & Mrs Donald Campbell, carpenter, born at 48 Lynedoch St, Greenock on
4th May 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1891)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, carpenter, born at 13 E Crawford St., Greenock on
15th March 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1889)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, carpenter, born at 7 E Crawford St., Greenock on 2nd
Sept 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1887)
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CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 4 Garvald St., Greenock on 13th June 1886
(Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1886)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 9 John St., Greenock on 15th Feb 1886 age 66 (Greenock
Telegraph 15.2.1836)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 48 Lynedoch St., Greenock on 3rd April
1884 (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1884)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, engineer, husband of Mary, died at 25 W Stewart St., Greenock on 27th
May 1887 age 32 (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1887)
CAMPBELL Donald, youngest son of Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at 40 West Burn St., Greenock in
Feb 1882 age 4yrs 3months (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1882)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 7 Hope St., Greenock on 8th March 1881
(Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1881)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, surfaceman, Upper Port Glasgow Station, found dead on the line near
Braehead Farm on 2nd Jan 1881 age 50 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1881)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell to Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh McKinnon, formerly of Mull, at Fairfield,
Gourock on 26th Nov 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1880)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, quarryman, husband of Catherine, died at Stevenson's land, 31 Kempock
St., Gourock on 9th Nov 1878 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1878)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, gas inspector, born at 17 Nelson St W., Greenock
on 15th May 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1877)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 24 Sir Michael St., Greenock on 23rd Oct
1886 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1886)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, boilermaker, P & O Mazagong, Bombay, born at 24
Sir Michael St., Greenock on 17th July 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1884)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, carpenter, born at 4 Garvald St., Greenock on 11th
March 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1885)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 16 South St., Greenock on 5th May 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1909)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, joiner, died at 13 Antigua St., Greenock on 25th Feb 1900 (Greenock
Telegraph 26.2.1900)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on 9th April 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1913)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on 10th Nov 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1910)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on 9th Dec 1907
(Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1907)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on 8th Jan 1906
(Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1906)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on 25th Dec 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1903)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 15 Brisbane St., Greenock on 25th Feb 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1902)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, telegraph linesman, born at 15 Brisbane St.,
Greenock on 23rd April 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1900)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell, telegraph linesman, to Joanne Macdonald, youngest & only surviving
daughter of David Brown, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 8th June 1899 (Greenock
Telegraph 9.6.1899)
CAMPBELL Donald, eldest son of Donald Campbell, carpenter, died at 28 E Shaw St., Greenock, on
27th Jan 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1890)
CAMPBELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, pansman, born at 16 South St., Greenock on 7th
Feb 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1905)
CAMPBELL Donald Campbell to Janet, youngest daughter of George Wight, engine driver, at 7 Carwood
St, Greenock on 16th Dec 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1898)
CAMPBELL Donald, age 8, died 24th June 1890, John, age 2, died 25th June 1890 - children of John &
Margaret Campbell, 49 Holmscroft St., Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1890)
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CAMPBELL Capt Donald Campbell, husband of Catherine, died at Wood's Mariners' Asylum, Greenock
on 16th July 1894 age 68 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1894)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell, pansman, born at 85 Wellington St., Greenock on 13th
Sept 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1900)
CAMPBELL Son to Mr & Mrs Donald Campbell born at 85 Wellington St., Greenock on 23rd Feb 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1902) George Wight died at 16 South St. on 5th Feb 1903
(Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1903)
CAMPSIE Peter Campsie, former engineer, formerly of Greenock, died at 2 Kirkton Terrace,
Carnoustie on 21st December 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1909)
CAMPSIE Peter Campsie, Dundee, to Jane, eldest daughter of late Robert Marshall, Renfrew at 14
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 19th February 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1880)
CANAVAN Nancy MacDonald, wife of Charles Canavan, died at 1 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 3rd
June 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1895)
CANDLISH Helen Cumming, widow of Henry Candlish, Glasgow, died at her son in law’s, William Kerr,
plumber, 27 Lyle Street, Greenock on 7th January 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1907)
CANDLISH Mary Candlish, to William Kerr, plumber, at Borland’s Hotel, Greenock on 1st March 1889.
(Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1889)
CANFIELD A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Canfield, shopman, born at 10 Murdieston Street,
Greenock on 10th March 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1881)
CANNAN Horatius J. Cannan, Pernambuco, Brazil, to Maria, daughter of late James Watson,
Oakbank, Greenock, at 86 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow on 10th June 1862. (Greenock
Advertiser 12.6.1862)
CANNEY Joseph, twin son of William and Martha Canney, died at 27 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on
21st October 1901 age 17 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1901) see Mary
CANNEY Daughter to Mr and Mrs Samuel A. Canney, coppersmith, born at 73 Regent Street,
Greenock on 27th July, 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1902)
CANNEY Margaret McLeod, infant daughter of Samuel and Christina Canney, died at 14 Trafalgar
Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1907 age 6½ months. (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1907)
CANNEY John Canney, snr, died at 47 Fore Street, Port Glasgow, on 2nd May 1903. (Greenock
Telegraph 5.4.1903)
CANNEY Maria, 3rd daughter of Samuel Canney, joiner, 6 Inverkip Street, to John Kane, at St Mary’s
Rectory, Greenock on 28th September 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1905) see Bessie
CANNEY Daughter to Mr and Mrs George Canney, born at 6 Boyd Street, Greenock on 29th January
1910. (Greenock Telegraph 31.1.1910)
CANNEY / CANNIE Bessie, 2nd daughter of Samuel Canney, joiner, 6 Inverkip Street, to David Saunders
Ferrier, Newcastle, at St Mary’s, Greenock on 9th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph
12.5.1902) see Elizabeth: Maria
CANNEY / CANNIE Elizabeth Jeffrey, wife of Samuel Canney, joiner, died at 6 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th
August 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1910) see Bessie
CANNEY / CANNIE Mary, twin daughter of William and Martha Cannie, died at 32 Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock
on 3rd April 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1901) see Joseph
CANNIE Neil Joseph, son of Neil Cannie, died at 30 Sir Michael Street, Greenock in November 1897.
(Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1897)
CANNIE Daughter to Mr and Mrs J. Cannie born at 84 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 4th August
1908. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1908)
CANNIE A son to Mr and Mrs John Cannie, born at 2 John Street, Greenock on 10th September
1868. (Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1868)
CANNING John Canning, engineer, husband of Margaret, died at 36 Arthur Street, Greenock on 20th
April 1890 age 49. (Greenock Telegraph 21.04.1890).
CANNING Edward Canning, husband of Jane, died at 11 Duncan Street, Greenock in June 1887.
(Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1887)
CANNING Mary Freil, wife of David Canning, died at 22 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 21st
December 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1896) see David.
CANNING Maria, youngest daughter of Marjorie and late Alex Canning, 24 Arthur Street, died at
Gateside Hospital on 6th July 1912 age 21 months. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1912) see
Alex.
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CANNING Lily Hunter, widow of Frank Canning, died at 11 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 14th March
1900. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1900)
CANNING John, infant son of Daniel & Lizzie Canning, died at 24 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 7th
April 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 08.04.1912).
CANNING John Canning, husband of Amilia, 7 Bruce Street, died at Smithston on 23rd February 1893
age 49. (Greenock Telegraph 24.02.1893).
CANNING Thomas, youngest son of David Canning, potter, died at 22 Pottery Street, Greenock on
11th November 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1899)
CANNING Neil Canning, rafter, Taylor’s Close, Greenock, drowned opposite Newark Building Yard,
Port Glasgow on 7th May 1863. (Greenock Advertiser 9.5.1863)
CANNING James Canning, Rotterdam, to Isabella Murray, eldest daughter of John Haddow, Cloch
House, Gourock, at St Malachy’s, Belfast on 7th November 1877. (Greenock Advertiser
21.11.1877).
CANNING Francis, only son of Francis Canning, died at 30 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 14th May
1883 age 21 (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1883) see Francis
CANNING David Canning to Mary, eldest daughter of late Hugh McInnes, Tobermory, at 5 Armadale
Place, Greenock on 31st December 1897. Second wife (1st wife Mary F) (Greenock
Telegraph 3.1.1898)
CANNING Annie, eldest daughter of James Canning, pansman, to Duncan Ritchie Brown, at 18
Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 31st December 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1909)
CANNING Alexander Cannon, labourer, husband of Marjorie Stewart, 6 Lawrence Street, killed at
Victoria Harbour on 9th February 1912 – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1912) see Maria
CANNING Mr Canning, sugar boiler, drowned in the harbour at Greenock on 9th September 1836.
(Greenock Advertiser 12.9.1836)
CANNING James Canning to Margaret, 6th daughter of William Gourlay, at 18 Patrick Street, Greenock
on 3rd July 1879 now – 18b Trafalgar Street. (Greenock Telegraph 04.07.1904).
CANNING Francis Canning died at 30 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 28th January 1885. (Greenock
Telegraph 29.1.1885) see Francis.
CANNINGS Philip Watt Cannings, late of Marlborough, Wiltshire, and Christina Cuthbertson, fourth
daughter of William Thomson, coppersmith, 12 Brisbane Street, Greenock, at St David’s VF,
Auckland, New Zealand on 26th February 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1913)
CANNON Manus, 2nd son of Michael Cannon, 29 Shaw Street, Greenock, drowned at Chittagong from
SS Gairloch on 23rd September 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1888)
CANNON Martin Cannon, father of Thomas died at 52 Shaw Street, Greenock in March 1902.
(Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1902) see Bridget.
CANNON Michael Cannon, tugboatman, husband of Mary, died at his daughter’s, 10 William Street,
Greenock on 3rd April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1895)
CANNON Mary Cannon, mother in law of Patrick Quigley, died at 27 Charles Street, Greenock in
September 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1896)
CANNON Neil Cannon, tugboatman, died at 17 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 21st February 1911 age
27. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1911)
CANNON Patrick, youngest son of James and Sarah Ann Cannon, died at 15 Charles Street,
Greenock on 7th September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1913)
CANNON Rose Ann Cannon, mother of Patrick, died at 1 William Street, Greenock in April 1890.
(Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1890)
CANNON Mrs Timothy Cannon, West Burn Street, died of cholera on 24th June 1832. (Greenock
Advertiser 26.6.1832)
CANNON William Cannon, sailmaker, died at 2 Tobago Street, Greenock on 29th October 1883 age
21. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1883)
CANNON Ellen and Rose Ann, children of Martin and Bridget Cannon, died at 1 William Street,
Greenock in November/ December 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1895) see Bridget
CANNON Timothy Cannon, West Burn Street, died of cholera on 20th June 1832. (Greenock
Advertiser 22.6.1832) see Mrs Timothy
CANNON Georgina Eveans, daughter of Henry Cannon, to Alexander Galbraith, at 17 Finnart Street,
Greenock on 24th March 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1905) see Henry
CANNON Henry Cannon, husband of Janet Evans, died at 13 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 30th July
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1912. (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1912) see Georgina E.
CANNON Elizabeth Gibson, widow of late James Cannon, died at Greenock on 11th October 1912 -
mother of Elizabeth Hutchison, 11 Mill Street. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1912)
CANNON Daniel, son of Patrick and Jane Cannon, died at 25 Vennel, Greenock on 16th June 1895
age 8 months. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1895) see Jessie McP.
CANNON Mrs Catherine Docherty Cannon died at 39 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 19th February
1874 age 45 - husband Rodger (Greenock Advertiser 21.2.1874 & Greenock Telegraph
20.2.1874)
CANNON Catherine, youngest daughter of Martin and Bridget Cannon, broker, died at 52 Shaw Street,
Greenock on 5th January 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1899) see Bridget D.
CANNON Bridget Docherty, wife of Martin Cannon, broker, died at 52 Shaw Street, Greenock in
January 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1901) see Catherine: Martin: Ellen
CANNON Andrew, son of Eliza and Andrew Cannon, died at 32 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th April
1895 age 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 19.4.1895) see Andrew.
CANNON Andrew Cannon, sugarhouse labourer, died at 32 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 5th April
1895 - wife Eliza. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1895) see Andrew
CANNON Jessie McPherson, daughter of Patrick and Jane Cannon, died at 25 Vennel, Greenock on
4th June 1895 age 2. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1895) see Daniel.
CANT A daughter to Mr and Mrs Adam Cant, clerk, born at Burwood Place, 25 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 4th May 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1884)
CANT A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Cant, gardener at The Craigs, born on 2nd July 1873.
(Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1873) Barbara Jane died on 11th September 1874. (Greenock
Telegraph 5.7.1873)
CANT Annie Brown, eldest daughter of James Cant, gardener, to William Tarbet jnr, at Waverly
Hotel, Greenock on 7th July 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1891)
CANT A son to Mr and Mrs Adam Cant, clerk, born at Burnwood Place, 25 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 20th May 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1886)
CANT Adam Cant to Joanna Park, daughter of Allan McKechnie, flesher, at Martin Terrace, Finnart
Street, Greenock on 18th April 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 19.4.1883; Greenock Telegraph
19.4.1883)
CANT A daughter to Mr and Mrs Adam Cant, clerk, born at Burwood Place, 25 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 15th May 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1888)
CAPE Jane Coupar, wife of Archibald Cape, engineer, died at 36 Crescent Street, Greenock on
15th July 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1882)
CAPOLINI Guido Capolini to Jane Myles, eldest daughter of Andrew Muir, at 12 Park Place, Port
Glasgow on 16th September 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1903 & Port Glasgow
Express 18.9.1903)
CARACHER Son to Mr & Mrs Michael Caracher, born at 8 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 14th August
1902. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1902)
CARBERRY Mary McGovern, widow of Charles Carberry, died at Glenpark Villa, 21 Eldon Street,
Greenock on 25th Dec.1881 (Greenock Advertiser 27.12.1881 & Greenock Telegraph
27.12.1881) see Charles
CARBERRY Henry Carberry, riveter, husband of Mary, died at 7 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 7th
October 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1905)
CARBERY A son to Mr and Mrs Patrick Carbery, born at 65 Regent Street, Greenock on 21st August
1885. (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1885)
CARBERY A son to Mr and Mrs Patrick Carbery, born at 17 Cove Road, Gourock on 11th November
1883 (Greenock Advertiser 13.11.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1883) Patrick Arthur
died at 120 Vine & 2nd Street, Philadelphia on 2nd September 1884 (Greenock Telegraph
20.9.1984)
CARBERY William Carbury, to Janet Breakenridge, daughter of James Edgar, Civil Service, at 93
Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 27th December 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1892)
CARBERY A daughter to Mr and Mrs Patrick F. Carbery, tailor, born at 27 Mearns Street, Greenock on
21st November 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1881)
CARBERY A son to Mr and Mrs Patrick F Carbery, born at Mount Charles Place, 27 Mearns Street,
Greenock on 18th January 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1880)
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CARBERY Maggie, only daughter of Charles Carbery, to James Diver, merchant at St Mary’s R.C,
Greenock on 3rd May 18970 by Father William Gordon (Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1870 &
Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1870) see Charles
CARBERY Joseph S, youngest son of the late Charles Carbery, tailor, Greenock died at San Francisco
on 14th November 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1897) see Patrick F: Charles
CARBERY Bridget Carbery died at Greenock Infirmary on 9th February 1892 age 20 – daughter of Ellen
Carbery, 2 Buccleuch Street. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1892)
CARBERY Patrick Francis, eldest son of Charles Carbery, Greenock, to Agnes Clare, 2nd daughter of
the late George Patterson, at St Mary’s Broughton Street, Edinburgh on 7th Aug. 1878
(Greenock Advertiser 8.8.1878) (Greenock Telegraph 8.8.1878) see Charles
CARBERY Charles Carbery, merchant tailor, died at Glen Park Villa, Greenock on 26th November 1879
age 56 obit p2 (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1879) see
Patrick F: Maggie: Mary McG: Joseph S
CARCHRIE A son to Mr and Mrs Daniel Carchrie, born at 2 Customhouse Place, Greenock on 14th April
1896. (Greenock Telegraph 15.4.1896)
CARCHRIE Robert, infant son of Arch and Maggie Carchrie, died at 4 Duff Street, Greenock on 26th
August 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1900)
CARCHRIE Robert, son of Robert Carchrie, riveter, died at 40 Shaw Street, Greenock in September
1881. see James (Greenock Telegraph 6.9.1881)
CARCHRIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carchrie, born at 2 Watt Place, Greenock on 21st July 1898.
(Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1898)
CARCHRIE James Carchrie, riveter, father of Robert, died at 40 Shaw Street, Greenock, in December
1875. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1875) see Robert
CARCHRIE Christina McKechnie, wife of Robert Carchrie, died at 4 Mearns Street, Greenock on 15th
November 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1901)
CARCHRIE John Carchrie, to Mary Thomson, daughter of James Polonis, (engineer, 4 Old Hillend), at
Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 6th November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1896)
CARD A son to Mr and Mrs Stephen Card, spirit merchant, born at 19 Newton Street, Greenock on
1st August 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1898)
CARD Son to Mr and Mrs Stephen Card, wine and spirit merchant, born at 19 Newton Street,
Greenock on 19th September 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1901)
CARDEN James G. Carden, C.P.O., Royal Navy, to Margaret O., eldest daughter of Alex McLachlan,
at St John’s, Greenock on 10th December 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1902)
CARDEN A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carden, cooper, born at Andrew’s Land, Wellington Street,
Greenock on 9th May 1870. Jane died at 1 Holmscroft Street on 5th August 1870 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.8.1870)(Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1870) see George
CARDEN Jessie Kirkwood, formerly of Port Glasgow, wife of R.D. Carden, died at Woodbank Cottage,
Durban on 28th September 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1887)
CARDLE George, second son of John Cardle, cooper, died at Andrew’s Land, Wellington Street,
Greenock on 22nd January 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1870)see Jane, James, John
CARDLE James, eldest son of John Cardle, cooper, died at Andrew’s Land, Wellington Street,
Greenock on 18th April 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1870) see George
CARDLE John, youngest son of John Cardle, cooper, died at Wellington Street, Greenock on 8th
March 1870, (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1870)
CARDY A son to Mr and Mrs Joseph Cardy, born at 2 Content Place, Port Glasgow on 19th
December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1898)
CAREY Anne Carey, died at 4 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow, her daughter’s Mrs B McDonagh, on 3rd
November 1913 age 79. (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1913)
CAREY James Carey, house labourer, died at Ingleston Street, Greenock on 14th November 1880
age 67. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1880)
CAREY Marey Creighton, Mrs Carey, wife of a furnaceman, died at Dardanelles Close, Port Glasgow
on 1st December 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 2.12.1885) wife of Patrick Carey (Greenock
Advertiser 2.12.1885) wife of Patrick Carey
CARGILL Janet, daughter of late Captain Alex Cargill, to William McNeil, at 52 Wellington Street,
Greenock on 5th June 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1896)
CARLAND Jane Allison 21.6.1869 Lair 318 Inv St
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CARLAND Robert Carland died at Academy Place, Port Glasgow on 28th August 1890. (Greenock
Telegraph 29.8.1890)
CARLILE Thomas Carlile, formerly of Houston, died at Home Cottage, 44 Esplanade, Greenock on
14th January 1878 age 86. (Greenock Advertiser 15.1.1878; Greenock Telegraph
15.1.1878)
CARLILE Thomas Carlile, manufacturing chemist, Glasgow, to Jane McNair, eldest daughter of late
Martin M. Stephenson, Stirling, at Redclyffe, Gourock on 14th April 1868 by Reverend G.
McCorkindale. (Greenock Advertiser 16.4.1868)
CARLIN Francis, son of Edward and Mary Carlin, died at 34 Inverkip Street, Greenock on October
1901 age 6. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1901)
CARLIN John, infant son of Joseph and Agnes Carlin, died at 20 Market Street, Greenock on 5th
February 1906 age 7 months. (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1906)
CARLIN William Carlin, rafter, died at 1 William Street, Greenock on 10th May 1892. Wife Jessie.
(Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1892)
CARLIN Robert Carlin, fitter’s helper, drowned in West Harbour, Greenock on 2nd July 1904 age 35.
Wife Elizabeth, 12 Tobago Street. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1904)
CARLIN Mary Lochrie, widow of Edward Carlin, mother of Francis, died at 24 Ann Street, Greenock
on 18th May 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1893)
CARLIN Mary Cavanagh, eldest daughter of William Carlin, died at 12 South Street, Greenock on
14th June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1894)
CARLIN Margaret Gorman, wife of Joseph Carlin, died at 8 Ann Street, Greenock on 12th July 1894.
Infant daughter, Margaret, died 26th July 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1894)
CARLIN Margaret, second daughter of John Carlin, to Patrick Gallagher, Dunfanaghy, at St Mary’s,
Greenock on 21st April 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1908)
CARLIN Margaret, second daughter of John Carlin, clothier, Queen Street, Glasgow died at Gourock
on 21st July 1852. (Greenock Advertiser 27.7.1852)
CARLIN James, son of Daniel Carlin, painter, died a t60 Vennel, Greenock on 5th January 1906.
(Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1906)
CARLIN Francis Carlin, baker, died at his brother in law’s, John Kelly, 32 Tobago Street, Greenock
on 10th April 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1900)
CARLIN Elizabeth, widow of Philip Carlin, died at 49 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 6th August 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1907)
CARLIN Edward Carlin, butter and egg merchant, husband of Mary, died at 12 Bruce Street,
Greenock on 9th February 1885 age 66. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1885)
CARLIN Edward, son of John Carlin, died at 7 Main Street, Greenock in January 1872 (Greenock
Telegraph 15.1.1872)
CARLIN Daniel Carlin, painter, husband of Mary Quinn, died at 14 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
28th July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 28.7.1913)
CARLIN Charles Carlin, husband of Agnes, died at 2 Duff Street, Greenock in October 1896. Rafter.
See Agnes G. B. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1896)
CARLIN Agnes Goutens Bradley, Widow of Charles Carlin, rafter, died at 12 Dalrymple Street,
Greenock on 19th September 1897 See Charles (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1897)
CARLIN James Carlin, rafter, died at 16 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 17th December 1902.
(Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1902)
CARLOW Robert S. Carlow, gas manager, Port Glasgow, to Lizzie Simpson, only daughter of Andrew
Williams, at St George’s Road, Glasgow on 2nd April 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 8.4.1875)
CARLOW A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert S. Carlow, gas manager, born at Newark Place, Port
Glasgow on 5th January 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 11.1.1876; Greenock Telegraph
7.1.1876)
CARLOW A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert S. Carlow, gas manager, born at Newark Place, Port
Glasgow on 3rd March 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 5.3.1878; Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1878)
CARLTON Elizabeth O’Hara, wife of John Carleton, tailor, died at 29 Vennel, Greenock on 30th March
1877. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1877)
CARLTON Margaret, wife of Frederick Carlton, only daughter of James S. Oliver, Bawhirley Road,
Greenock, died at London on 7th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1909)
CARLYLE A daughter to Captain and Mrs James Carlyle, born at Clydeside Villa, Forsyth Street,
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Greenock on 15th November 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 16.11.1858)
CARLYLE A daughter to Dr and Mrs John Carlyle born at 43 Regent Street, Greenock on 4th February
1887. (Greenock Telegraph 4.2.1887)
CARLYLE Margaret Boyd, widow of John Carlyle, mother of Dr John Carlyle, died at 43 Regent Street,
Greenock on 23rd October 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1899)
CARLYLE Mary Ann, wife of John Carlyle, died at 75 Belville Street, Greenock in April 1900. (Greenock
Telegraph 3.4.1900)
CARLYLE Louise Margaret, daughter of Dr John Carlyle to Robert M.A. Russell, of D. Russell & Sons,
Banchory, at Tontine, Greenock on 14th December 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1904)
CARLYLE John Carlyle, carter, died at 3 Willison’s Lane, Port Glasgow on 19th October 1900.
(Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1900)
CARLYLE John Carlyle died at his son’s, 43 Regent Street, Greenock on 18th January 1894.
(Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1894)
CARLYLE A son to Mr and Mrs John Carlyle, formerly of Greenock, born at Brompton Park, Bowden,
Adelaide on 29th August 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1883)
CARLYLE A daughter to Dr and Mrs John Carlyle, born at 43 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd March
1890. (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1890)
CARLYLE Capt John 26.6.1816 no116 Dun St
CARLYLE A daughter to Dr and Mrs John Carlyle, born at 43 Regent Street, Greenock on 4th
December 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1884)
CARLYLE Jane McCondach Anderson, wife of Dr John Carlyle, died at 55 Union Street, Greenock on
26th March 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1907) see Beatrice I.
CARLYLE A daughter to Dr and Mrs John Carlyle, born at 43 Regent Street, Greenock on 17th July
1882. (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1882)
CARLYLE Captain James Carlyle to Margaret Hyndman, only daughter of Duncan McAlpine, at
Clydeside Cottage, Greenock on 6th January 1858 by Reverend Brown. (Greenock
Advertiser 8.1.1858)
CARLYLE Edith Anne, 3rd daughter of Dr John Carlyle, to John Murdoch Galbraith at West Parish
Church, Greenock on 2nd September 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1908) see Beatrice I.
CARLYLE Beatrice Isabel, 2nd daughter of Dr John Carlyle, to Reverend W. Cochrane Conn, St John’s
Parish, Glasgow, at St Thomas V.F., Greenock on 12th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph
13.6.1906) see Jane McC: Edith A.
CARMALT Margaret Christina, eldest daughter of late Lieutenant Thomas Carmalt R.N., to James
Connell, merchant, at Greenock on 24th July 1837 by Reverend J. Smith (Greenock
Advertiser 24.7.1837) see Jane.
CARMALT Mrs Carmalt died at 7 Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 13th October 1861 age 72.
(Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1861)
CARMALT Jane, 3rd daughter of late Lieutenant Thomas Carmalt R.N. to William Connell, junior,
merchant, at Greenock on 9th September 1839 by Reverend J. Smith. (Greenock Advertiser
10.9.1839)
CARMICAHEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael born at Greenhill, Finnart Street, Greenock on
10th June 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 12.06.1869 & Greenock Telegraph 11.06.1869).
CARMICHAEL Son to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, shipwright, born at 18 Hope Street, Greenock on 27th
September 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1907)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, yardsman, Caledonian Railway, died at 31 Lyle Street, Greenock on 28th
September 1895 - wife Margaret. (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1895) see Margaret McC
CARMICHAEL Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, born at 7 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 3rd March
1909. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1909)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael to Nellie, second daughter of Alex Jamieson, at 34 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 26th March 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1908)
CARMICHAEL Son to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, shipwright, born at 101 Dempster Street, Greenock on
3rd January 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1911)
CARMICHAEL Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, born at 63 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th
March 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1911)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, former stationmaster, Bogston, died at 3 Skirving Street, Shawlands,
Glasgow on 10th May 1901 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1901)
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CARMICHAEL John, eldest son of William Carmichael, 76 Wellington Street, Greenock, to Ellen, eldest
daughter of late Thomas Taylor, at Donegal Street Congregational, Belfast on 18th
November 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1903)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, joiner, second son of Mrs Alex Carmichael, 18 Dalrymple Street,
Greenock, died at 225 East 121st Street, New York on 23rd September 1903. (Greenock
Telegraph 10.10.1903)
CARMICHAEL Son to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, rigger, born at 42 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 29th
June 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1913)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael to Helen Ramsay, second daughter of William Hutchison, printer and
lithographer, 24 Kelly Street, at Tontine, Greenock on 4th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph
5.6.1903)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs John L. Carmichael, born at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 15th June
1862. John died on 10th December 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 17.6.1862)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, shipbuilder, born at Ardenlea, Greenock on 26th
March 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1898)
CARMICHAEL Joseph Carmichael died at 40 West Burn Street, Greenock on 8th Sept 1891. (Greenock
Telegraph 9.9.1891)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at Greenock on 13th April 1847, by first
wife. (Greenock Advertiser 16.4.1847)
CARMICHAEL John H. Carmichael, shipowner, Greenock, to Jessie, daughter of late William Hillhouse,
Kilmarnock, at Gardenhill, Kilmarnock on 8th July 1857, second wife (Greenock Advertiser
10.7.1857)
CARMICHAEL John Haddow Carmichael, shipowner, died at 76 Finnart Street, Greenock on 12th March
1892 age 75 – obituary p2 (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1892) see Jeanie D
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 17th August
1858. (Greenock Advertiser 20.8.1858)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 27th
January 1861. (Greenock Advertiser 29.1.1861)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, born at 71 Union Street, Greenock on 13th July
1863. (Greenock Advertiser 14.7.1863)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at 71 Union Street, Greenock on 13th
October 1864. (Greenock Advertiser 15.10.1864)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at 79 Union Street, Greenock on 10th
September 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 11.9.1866)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at 72 Union Street, Greenock on 2nd
December 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 5.12.1867; Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1867)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael born at Glenfield on 3rd January 1869. (Greenock
Advertiser 5.1.1869) Mrs J. H. Carmichael died 15.1.1869. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1/1869)
CARMICHAEL John Thomas, son of John H. Carmichael, died at 8 Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 31sr
October 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1875) see
Jeanie Deans.
CARMICHAEL Joseph, son of Joseph Carmichael, labourer, died at 85 Belville Street, Greenock on 29th
Jan 1880 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1880)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, manager, born at Ardenlea, Greenock on 31st
January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1893)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John H. Carmichael, born at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 11th
October 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 13.10.1859)
CARMICHAEL Jeanie Fraser, 4th daughter of William Carmichael, to James Monteith, at 76 Wellington
Street, Greenock on 5th July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 09.07.1906).
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael, born at 4 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 12th
August 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 14.08.1860).
CARMICHAEL Peter Carmichael, fisherman, died at 1 St. Andrew Street, Greenock on 10th October 1885.
(Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1885)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael born at 26 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 11th
December 1862 (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1862) Died 13th December 1862 (Greenock
Advertiser 16.12.1862)
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CARMICHAEL Kate, daughter of late Captain John Carmichael, Greenock to Colin Whyte, Nowgong,
Assam, at Calcutta on 6th Jan 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1883)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael, born at Banktop, Greenock on 5th December 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 06.12.1870). James died 4th February 1871 (Greenock Telegraph
4.2.187)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael, born at Bank Top Greenock on 22nd December 1874.
(Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1874).
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael died on the ‘Jason’ of Greenock from Natal to New York in 1874.
(Greenock Telegraph 08.09.1874).
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, flesher, died at 8 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 1st July 1885 age 29.
(Greenock Telegraph 02.07.1885).
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, stoker, Greenock died on Royal Mail Steamer ‘Teutonic’ on 23rd August
1906 –p2. (Greenock Telegraph 30.08.1906).
CARMICHAEL James Campbell, 2nd son of Duncan Carmichael, died at 5 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow
on 20th March 1881 age 22. (Greenock Telegraph 21.03.1881).
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, baker, formerly of Greenock, died at 145 Cathcart Street, Glasgow on
18th April 1883 age 52. (Greenock Telegraph 20.04.1883).
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, 2nd son of Mrs Boyd, stepson of Angus Boyd, hammerman, 6 Ingleston
Street, drowned at Wellington Park Pond on 14th June 1902 age 5. (Greenock Telegraph
16.06.1902).
CARMICHAEL Jeanie Carmichael to James Boyd, Natal, at Greenock on 2nd November 1910. (Greenock
Telegraph 04.11.1910).
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael born at 30 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 2nd
May 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 04.05.1867 & Greenock Telegraph 02.05.1867).
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, merchant, died at Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 8th June 1864 (Greenock
Advertiser 11.6.1864)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, Greenock, to Annie Morton, fourth daughter of Alex Lambie, manufacturer,
Glasgow, at Lanfine, Dumbreck on 27th November 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1890)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, moulder, son of Joseph Carmichael, 85 Belville Street, Greenock, died at
Smithston on 16th March 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1885)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, Smith, died at 65 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 13th September 1888
age 37 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1888)
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 22nd September 1879 age 72.
(Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1879).
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs John Carmichael, seaman, born at 31 East Crawford Street, Greenock on
9th August 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1878).
CARMICHAEL Jeanie Deans, youngest daughter of John H. Carmichael, died at 79 Union Street, Greenock
on 17th January 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 19.01.1869 & Greenock Telegraph 18.01.1869)
see Jessie H: John Thomas: John H
CARMICHAEL Captain John Carmichael to Eliza Mary, 2nd daughter of late David Laing, barrister,
Rochdale New York, at Schoolhouse, MacDougall Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1876 by
Reverend P. Thomson (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1876).
CARMICHAEL Jeanie Deans, widow of Andrew Carmichael, timber merchant & ship owner, died at
Milnwood, Greenock on 15th May 1911 - obit p2 (Greenock Telegraph 15.05.1911) see
Andrew
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, distiller, to Agnes, daughter of Matthew Orr, at West Blackhall Street,
Greenock on 20th January 1846 by Rev Auld. (Greenock Advertiser 23.01.1845) see Agnes
O
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, labourer with Greenock Brewery, drowned in the East harbour, Greenock
on 18th December 1827. (Greenock Advertiser 15.01.1828).
CARMICHAEL John Carmichael, former Colonial Secretary of Prince Edward’s Island, died at Port Glasgow
in Nov/Dec 1828. (Greenock Advertiser 05.12.1828).
CARMICHAEL Jessie Hillhouse, wife of John H. Carmichael, died at 79 Union Street, Greenock on 15th
January 1869 - son born 3.1.69. (Greenock Telegraph 15.01.1869 & Greenock Advertiser
16.01.1869) see Jeanie D.
CARMICHAEL Jessie, elder daughter of late Rev Peter Carmichael, Greenock to Thomas McRobert, writer,
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Paisley, at Holland Street, Glasgow on 23rd Sept 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 25.09.1869)
see Rev P: Thomas H
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carmichael, manager Caird and Co., born at Ardenlea,
Greenock on 18th September 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1891) Died on 19th
September 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1891)
CARMICHAEL John, youngest son of John Carmichael, yardsman, died at 43 Nicholson Street, Greenock
on 9th March 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1877) see Margaret McColl.
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at 2 Open Shore, Greenock on 16th March
1871. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1871)
CARMICHAEL Sarah, widow of Donald Carmichael, died at 38 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 20th July
1905. (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1905)
CARMICHAEL Sarah, 4th daughter of late John Carmichael to Captain Alex McKellar, at the Manse,
Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock on 6th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1913)
CARMICHAEL Thomas, 2nd son of Thomas Carmichael, merchant, Greenock, died at Trinidad on 18th
April 1838. (Greenock Advertiser 31.5.1838) see Christian C.
CARMICHAEL Thomas Carmichael, merchant and Greenock magistrate, died at Bank Top, Greenock on
20th November 1840 age 56. (Greenock Advertiser 24.11.1840) see Christian, Thomas,
Henrietta B.
CARMICHAEL Thomas Carmichael, Greenock, to Nina, daughter of Reverend David Arthur, formerly of
Belize, at Presbyterian Church, Highbury, London on 1st June 1882. (Greenock Advertiser
2.6.1882 Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1882)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock
on 3rd July 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1884)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock
on 23rd February 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1886)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock on
25th May 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1888)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock on
5th June 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1890)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock on
8th July 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1892)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock on 27th January
1895. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1895)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at 35 Esplanade, Greenock
on 17th August 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1896)
CARMICHAEL Neil, elder and only surviving son of Archibald Carmichael, moulder, died at 13 Nelson
Street west, Greenock on 7th June 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1909)
CARMICHAEL Thomas H., eldest surviving son of late Reverend Peter Carmichael, Greenock, to Mary,
eldest daughter of James Barr at 113 Douglas Street, Glasgow on 29th October 1874.
(Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1874) see Jessie.
CARMICHAEL Robert Poncy Carmichael died at 49 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 29th November 1873 age
17. (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1873)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at 10 Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd
August 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1873)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 29th April
1875. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1875)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 7th
February 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1877)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 23rd
November 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1878)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Street, Port Glasgow on 12th
April 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1881)
CARMICHAEL Son and daughter to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Place, Port Glasgow
on 26th November 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1882)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Place, Port Glasgow on 29th
November 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1884)
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CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Place, Port Glasgow on 18th April
1887. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1887)
CARMICHAEL Williamina, infant daughter of William Carmichael, died at Balfour Place, Port Glasgow on
1st May 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1887)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, born at Balfour Place, Port Glasgow on 7th
July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1888)
CARMICHAEL Triplet sons of Mr and Mrs William Carmichael, labourer, born at 4 Laird Street, Greenock on
13th June 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1883)
CARMICHAEL William Carmichael, plater, to Elizabeth Burley, youngest daughter of William Chalmers, at
76 Wellington Street, Greenock on 27th December 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1899)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael, born at 4 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 21st
September 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 24.09.1858).
CARMICHAEL Daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Carmichael, shipowner, born at Netherton, Greenock on
28th December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1900)
CARMICHAEL Mary Carmichael died at 5 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 25th November 1906 age 80.
(Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1906)
CARMICHAEL Malcolm Carmichael died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 16th July 1873 age 74.
(Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1873)
CARMICHAEL Malcolm Carmichael, carpenter, native of Skipness, died at Octavia Buildings, West
Blackhall Street, Greenock on 14th June 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1876)
CARMICHAEL Malcolm Carmichael, teacher, to Maggie, younger daughter of late James Walker, at 27
Bank Street, Greenock in July 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1897)
CARMICHAEL Margaret Carmichael died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 28th March 1888. (Greenock
Telegraph 29.3.1888)
CARMICHAEL Margaret, daughter of late John Carmichael to Robert Meikle, Larkhall, at 29 Lyle Street,
Greenock on 3rd Nov 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1899)
CARMICHAEL Margaret Campbell, second daughter of William Carmichael, shipwright, Greenock, to
Thomas Hastings, at Glasgow on 10th December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1900)
CARMICHAEL Margaret Henrietta, youngest daughter of late Dr Carmichael, to John Marshall, M.D., at
Ross Bank near Port Glasgow on 10th April 1827. (Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1827) see Dr
Carmichael
CARMICHAEL Margaret McColl, widow of John Carmichael, C.R. yardsman, died at 6 Brisbane Street,
Greenock on 21st March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1912) see John (1877) and
(1895): Mary
CARMICHAEL Margaret McFadyen, wife of Archibald Carmichael, shopman, died at 17 Cathcart Street,
Greenock on 29th May 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 30.5.1882 & Greenock Telegraph
30.5.1882)
CARMICHAEL Margaret Paterson, eldest daughter of D.L. Carmichael, to Alexander Brymner, Prestwick, at
Benview, Port Glasgow on 20th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1904)
CARMICHAEL Maggie Watson, youngest daughter of late James Carmichael, baker, Greenock, died at 67
Queen Street, Govan on 1st December 1894 age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1894)
CARMICHAEL Maria, daughter of Duncan Carmichael, rivet manufacturer, to James Lawrence, Glasgow, at
41 King Street, Port Glasgow on 2nd April 1879 by Reverend A. Baird. (Greenock Telegraph
4.4.1879)
CARMICHAEL Marion, youngest daughter of William Carmichael, storeman, to Robert Ritchie at 27 Shaw
Street, Greenock on 22nd May 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1896)
CARMICHAEL Sarah, youngest daughter of late D. Carmichael, to Alexander Turner, at Forester’s Hall,
Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 8th October 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1891)
CARMICHAEL Mary Jamieson, younger daughter of John and Nellie Carmichael, died at 63 Dempster
Street, Greenock on 18th June 1913 age 2 years 3 months. (Greenock Telegraph
19.6.1913)
CARMICHAEL Kate, 3rd daughter of late Donald Carmichael, to John Lock, Beattock, at 15 Lyle Street,
Greenock on 29th Dec 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1893)
CARMICHAEL Robert Munn Carmichael to Agnes McQuistan Tarbet, youngest daughter of Robert
Torrance, at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 19th April 1907. (Greenock Telegraph
22.4.1907)
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CARMICHAEL Andrew Carmichael died at Milnwood, Greenock on 24th August 1874 age 60, 25.8.74, page
2. (Greenock Advertiser 25.8.1874, Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1874)
CARMICHAEL Rev Peter Carmichael, Reformed Presbyterian Church, Greenock, died at 67 Union Street,
Greenock on 28th June 1867 age 58 – obituary p2. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock
Telegraph 29.6.1867) see Jessie
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Neil Carmichael, moulder, born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on
22nd January 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1876)
CARMICHAEL Mary, daughter of late Hector Carmichael, to Robert Miller, engineer, at 16 Hope Street,
Greenock on 19th June 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1891) see Hector
CARMICHAEL Mary Robertson, widow of Andrew Carmichael, joiner, mother of Angus, died at 34 Union
Street, Greenock on 29th December 1897 age 69. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1897)
CARMICHAEL Mary, eldest daughter of late John Carmichael, shoemaker, Lismore, Argyll, died at 11
Hamilton Street, Greenock on 12th December 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1903)
CARMICHAEL Mary, third daughter of John Carmichael, yardsman, to Neil Gow, engineer, youngest son of
Alex Gow, hotel keeper, Glasgow, at 31 Lyle Street, Greenock on 28th August 1893.
(Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1893) see Margaret McC.
CARMICHAEL Mary Campbell, widow of Captain John Carmichael, died at Brisbane Street, Greenock on
9th July 1876. (Greenock Advertiser 11.7.1876; Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1876)
CARMICHAEL Mary, daughter of James Carmichael, joiner, died at 14 John Street, Greenock on 26th
March 1872 age 3. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1873)
CARMICHAEL Mary McDonald, wife of Dugald Carmichael, carpenter, died at 13 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 6th May 1878 age 39. (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1878)
CARMICHAEL Mary Ann, daughter of Angus Carmichael, to John Gray, painter, Glasgow, at Yielder’s Café,
Greenock on 17th June 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1898)
CARMICHAEL Rosina, wife of Neil Carmichael, moulder, born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 26th July
1877 (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1877)
CARMICHAEL Michael Carmichael, insurance agent, Hull, to Mary Glen, eldest daughter of late Peter
Wright, slater, at the Manse, Partick Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1879 by Reverend J
Barclay (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1879)
CARMICHAEL Andrew Carmichael died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 4th July 1885 age 82
(Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1885)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs James Carmichael, born at 11 Ardgowan Square, Greenock on 31st
October 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 04.11.1856) Thomas died 20th September 1857 at
Millport (Greenock Advertiser 22.9.1857)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock, on 14th January
1848. (Greenock Advertiser 18.1.1848)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock, on 29th September
1851. (Greenock Advertiser 30.9.1851)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 26th July
1853. (Greenock Advertiser 29.7.1853)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 16th May
1855. (Greenock Advertiser 18.5.1855)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 27th November
1857. (Greenock Advertiser 1.12.1857)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 21st October
1859. (Greenock Advertiser 22.10.1859)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 17th November
1861. (Greenock Advertiser 19.11.1861)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 9th July 1868.
(Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1868)
CARMICHAEL Andrew Carmichael, 1 Cowgate, Greenock, died at the Fish Market on the Quay at
Greenock on 25th November 1881 age 60 (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1881 and Greenock
Telegraph 26.11.1881)
CARMICHAEL Andrew Carmichael, shipowner, to Isabel Somerville, youngest daughter of late George
Allan, Clyde Forge, at 10 Finnart Terrace, Greenock on 18th August 1887 (Greenock
Telegraph 19.8.1887)
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CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, shipowner, born at 34 Forsyth Street, Greenock
on 12th June 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1888)
CARMICHAEL Archibald, younger son of Archibald Carmichael, moulder, died at 11 Nelson Street west
Greenock on 23rd November 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1901)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, shipowner, born at 34 Forsyth Street,
Greenock on 26th February 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1896)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Carmichael to Mary, 2nd daughter of George McKillop, joiner, 69 Holmscroft
Street, at Central Halls, Greenock, on 24th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1903)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Angus Carmichael, clerk, born at 63 Nicholson Street, Greenock
on 3rd September 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 5.9.1877)
CARMICHAEL Angus, son of Duncan and Jessie Carmichael, engineer, died at 15 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 10th November 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1912)
CARMICHAEL Annie, wife of John Carmichael, ship-builder, fourth daughter of Alex Lambie, Lanfine,
Dumbarton, died at Ardenlea, Greenock on 21st May 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 21.5.1898)
CARMICHAEL Annie, eldest daughter of late Donald Carmichael, to Thomas Russell, Greenock Central
Station, at 9 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 14th April 1899 (Greenock Telegraph
15.4.1899)
CARMICHAEL Ann, daughter of late Allen Carmichael, farmer, Appin, died at 51 Brisbane Street, Greenock
on 11th February 1900 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1900)
CARMICHAEL Ann Carmichael died at 13 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 21st April 1909 age 72
(Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1909)
CARMICHAEL Annie Brabender, wife of Archibald Carmichael, died at Rosebank, Cardwell Bay, Gourock
on 28th April 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1906)
CARMICHAEL Ann Drysdale, widow of Alex Carmichael, died at 23 John Street, Greenock on 4th February
1905 (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1905)
CARMICHAEL Ann Grant, widow of John Carmichael, died at 24 South Street, Greenock on 16th October
1909 (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1909)
CARMICHAEL Ann Lister, widow of Donald Carmichael, died at 11 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 29th
May 1912 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1912)
CARMICHAEL Archibald Carmichael died at 22 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 6th September 1868 age 80
(Greenock Advertiser 8.9.1868 and Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1868)
CARMICHAEL Archibald, son of Neil Carmichael, moulder, died at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 15th
October 1874 age 1 year (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1874)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at 34 Forsyth Street, Greenock, on 26th
February 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1891)
CARMICHAEL Agnes Wilson, wife of Joseph Carmichael, died at 5 Regent Street, Greenock on 6th August
1888. (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1888)
CARMICHAEL Angus, rafter, 10.9.1825 no 139 Dun St
CARMICHAEL Isabella Sparks (86) 17.1.1918 Lair 418 Inv St
CARMICHAEL Dr Carmichael died at Rosebank near Port Glasgow on 26th May 1826 age 81. (Greenock
Advertiser 2.6.1826) see Margaret H.
CARMICHAEL Mrs Carmichael, grocer, died at 30 Market Street, Greenock on 19th December 1860.
(Greenock Advertiser 22.12.1860)
CARMICHAEL Mrs Carmichael, formerly of Skipness, died at her son-in-law’s, Cowdenknowes Cottage,
Greenock on 14th June 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1875)
CARMICHAEL A. Carmichael, joiner, to Maggie, only daughter of James Fettes, ropespinner, at 60 Ann St,
Greenock on 31st July 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1894)
CARMICHAEL Agnes, eldest daughter of late John Carmichael, Greenbank, Greenock, died at Greenock
on 30th April 1832. (Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1832)
CARMICHAEL Agnes, second daughter of John Carmichael, to Malcolm Brown, at James Hall, Nicholson
Street, Greenock on 31st December 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1891)
CARMICHAEL Agnes Munn, 3rd surviving daughter of William Carmichael, shipwright, to Samuel
McCulloch, at 76 Wellington Street, Greenock on 5th September 1901. (Greenock Telegraph
7.9.1901)
CARMICHAEL Agnes Orr, wife of Thomas Carmichael, timber merchant, died at Greenock on 26th
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November 1831. (Greenock Advertiser 2.12.1831)
CARMICHAEL Agnes Orr, wife of John Carmichael, died at Matilda Cottage, Low Gourock Road, Greenock
on 20th June 1847 (Greenock Advertiser 22.6.1847) See John
CARMICHAEL Agnes Orr, 2nd daughter of late James Carmichael, to John Whitelaw Reid, at 16 Robertson
Street, Greenock on 28th March 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1890)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Campbell, son of Duncan Carmichael, died at 41 King Street, Port Glasgow on
24th February 1876 age 6 months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1876)
CARMICHAEL Agnes Sadler, widow of James Carmichael, died at 29 Patrick Street, Greenock on 26th
February 1913 age 83. (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1913) See James
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Carmichael, born at Bank Top, Greenock on 19th October
1849. (Greenock Advertiser 23.10.1849) John died 12th April 1851. (Greenock Advertiser
15.4.1851)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Carmichael, flesher, formerly of Paisley, died in Greenock Prison on 7th
December 1878 age 39. (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1878)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael born at 2 Jamaica Street, Greenock on 18th
June 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1882)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Carmichael, tugboat master, died at 48 Kelly Street, Greenock on 30th October
1906. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1906)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, tugboat master, born at 18 South Street, Greenock on
11th June 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1884) Duncan Jarvis died at 15 South Street on
14th September 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1887)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, tugboat master, born at 18 South Street, Greenock on
27th March 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1886)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, tugboat master, born at 15 South Street,
Greenock on 24th October 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1888)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, tugboat master, born at 21 Newton Street, Greenock
on 9th November 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1890)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, tugboat master, born at 19 Newton Street, Greenock
on 27th February 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1893)
CARMICHAEL Twin sons to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, tugboat master, born at 19 Newton Street
Greenock on 2nd June 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1895) Jarvis Drysdale died 19th
June 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1895) Charles Stewart died 2nd July 1895 (Greenock
Telegraph 3.7.1895)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Carmichael, sawyer, 16 Dalrymple Street, father of Donald, died on 12th May
1893. (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1893)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Carmichael, brass-moulder, husband of Isabella Burns, died at 47 Mearns Street,
Greenock on 31st August 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1896)
CARMICHAEL Alexander Carmichael, joiner, husband of Ann, died at 23 John Street, Greenock on 31st
March 1902 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1902)
CARMICHAEL Andrew Carmichael, merchant, Greenock, to Jeanie, daughter of John Deans, at Stewarton,
on 1st April 1847. (Greenock Advertiser 6.4.1847) See Jeanie D
CARMICHAEL Agnes Orr, 2nd daughter of late Andrew Carmichael, ship owner, died at Milnwood,
Greenock on 10th February 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1910)
CARMICHAEL Hector Carmichael, riveter, died at 18 Hope Street, Greenock on 9th February 1887 - wife
Christina (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1887) see Mary; Flora. Christina McL
CARMICHAEL Donald William Carmichael, Liverpool, to Helen Smith, second daughter of John Miller,
joiner, Langolee, at St Andrew’s U.F., Greenock on 26th July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph
27.6.1910)
CARMICHAEL Dugald Carmichael, blacksmith, formerly of Greenock, died at Alleghany City, Pennsylvania
on 4th February 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1869)
CARMICHAEL Dugald Carmichael, blacksmith, died at 21 Crescent Street, Greenock on 20th June 1887
age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1887)
CARMICHAEL Dugald Carmichael, carpenter, died at 4 Nelson Street, west Greenock on 25th March 1895.
(Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1895)
CARMICHAEL Duncan Carmichael died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 31st August1877 age 76.
(Greenock Advertiser 4.9.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1877)
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CARMICHAEL Dr Duncan Carmichael to Margaret, eldest daughter of James Crawford, shipbuilder, at Ivy
Bank, Port Glasgow on 12th May 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1881)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Dr and Mrs Duncan Carmichael, born at 5 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on
18th February 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1882)
CARMICHAEL A son to Dr and Mrs Carmichael, born at 7 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow on 15th
September 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1883)
CARMICHAEL Duncan Carmichael, A.B. Greenock, believed lost with the barque ‘Seafield’ from Greenock
to Monte Video on 4th January 1894. Mother, 3 Bruce Street. (Greenock Telegraph
8.6.1894)
CARMICHAEL Eliza Nolan, widow of Edward Carmichael, London, died at 10 Adelaide Street, Gourock on
21st July 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1907)
CARMICHAEL Flora, daughter of late Hector Carmichael, to Thomas Marshall, at 16 Hope Street, Greenock
on 3rd January 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1896) see Hector; Catherine
CARMICHAEL Flora Tome, wife of Hugh Carmichael, porter, died at 18 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 29th
May 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1907)
CARMICHAEL Donald, 3rd son of Donald and Catherine Carmichael, traveller, died at 39 Bank Street,
Greenock on 13th March 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1908)
CARMICHAEL Grace Muir, eldest daughter of late James Carmichael to Campbell Wilson Tweed,
Ballycoose, Cairncastle, Ireland, at 15 Newton Street, Greenock on 25th March 1879 by
Rev. J. Davidson (Greenock Advertiser 26.3.1879 and Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1879)
CARMICHAEL Isabel Sommerville Allan, wife of Andrew Carmichael, factor, died at 41 Union Street,
Greenock on 8th December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 08.12.1913).
CARMICHAEL Helen, third daughter of late Dr James Carmichael, Port Glasgow, died at Craigenross,
Millport, on 15th September 1854 (Greenock Advertiser 22.9.1854)
CARMICHAEL Helen Ramsay Hutchison, wife of Andrew John Carmichael, commercial traveller, 29 Patrick
Street, died at her father’s, 5 Glen Street, Greenock on 16th January 1913 (Greenock
Telegraph 17.1.1913)
CARMICHAEL Henrietta Black, daughter of late Thomas Carmichael, died at 76 Finnart Street, Greenock
on 9th February 1897 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1897) see Thomas
CARMICHAEL Henrietta Black, 3rd daughter of late James Carmichael, to Hugh McCutcheon jun., at
Tontine, Greenock on 25th July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 26.07.1901).
CARMICHAEL Henry Carmichael sugarhouse labourer, 26 Crescent Street, died in an accident at Roxburgh
Street Sugar Refinery on 5th March 1887 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 05.03.1887).
CARMICHAEL Henry, infant son of James & Janet Carmichael, died at 28 Crescent Street, Greenock on
16th January 1902 age 17months. (Greenock Telegraph 16.01.1902).
CARMICHAEL Hugh Carmichael died at 17 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 16th May 1889 age 30.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.05.1889).
CARMICHAEL Hugh Carmichael died at 56 Dempster Street, Greenock on 17th March 1912 age 78.
(Greenock Telegraph 18.03.1912).
CARMICHAEL Isa, infant daughter of John & Janet Carmichael, died at 1 Scarlow Street, Port Glasgow on
25th September 1901 age 6months. (Greenock Telegraph 26.09.1901).
CARMICHAEL Archibald Wilson Carmichael to Isabella Leslie, daughter of late Robert McGeechan, North
Borneo, at Gourock Parish Church on 22nd July 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1918)
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, merchant formerly of Greenock, died at Littlegalla on 7th December
1838. (Greenock Advertiser 11.12.1838).
CARMICHAEL Son to Mr and Mrs Alex Carmichael, pawnbroker, born at 9 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 23rd July 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1907)
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, Banktop, Greenock died on ship ‘Thessalus’, London to Melbourne – p2.
(Greenock Advertiser 05.10.1875 Greenock Telegraph 02.10.1875).
CARMICHAEL George Carmichael to Marion Jaap, second daughter of late Matthew McIlwraith, at 61
Nicolson Street, Greenock on 24th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1911)
CARMICHAEL David Young, son of James Carmichael, baker, died at 22 Ann Street, Greenock on 7th
November 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1875)
CARMICHAEL Catherine Lamont, wife of Albert Carmichael, died at Wellington Street Greenock on 18th
April 1866 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1866)
CARMICHAEL Christian Campbell, wife of Thomas Carmichael, died at Greenock on 16th April 1837
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(Greenock Advertiser 17.4.1837) see Thomas
CARMICHAEL Christina, daughter of late Donald Carmichael to Charles Stubbs Dyer, at Waverley Hotel,
Greenock on 25th August 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1886)
CARMICHAEL James Carmichael, merchant, Greenock, to Agnes, 2nd daughter of late William Sandler,
farmer, Greenhill, at Lanark on 25th July 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 28.07.1854) see Agnes
S
CARMICHAEL Catherine, third daughter of late Hector Carmichael, Greenock, to John Kennedy Sinclair, at
Glasgow on 30th July 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1899) see Flora
CARMICHAEL Catherine, daughter of Joseph Carmichael, to Donald Carmichael, at 21 Brisbane Street,
Greenock on 26th October 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1880)
CARMICHAEL Christina McLachlan, widow of Hector Carmichael, Greenock, died at 8 Dunraven Avenue,
Bloomfield, Belfast on 22nd October 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1903) see Hector
CARMICHAEL Rev D. Gordon Carmichael, Fort Beaufort, to Mary Anderson, eldest daughter of James
Brown, Greenock, at Cambridge Presbyterian, East London, Cape Colony on 17th March
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1906)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr and Mrs Daniel Carmichael, born at 11 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on
27th December 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 29.12.1866)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Daniel Carmichael, born at 85 Belville Street, Greenock on 5th
June 1874 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1874)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr and Mrs Daniel Carmichael, born at 9 Belville Street Greenock on 21st
December 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1875)
CARMICHAEL Daniel Carmichael, carpenter, died at 25 Crescent Street, Greenock on 22nd December
1880 age 68 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1880)
CARMICHAEL Catherine, fourth daughter of late Donald Carmichael, West Burn Street, to Angus Galbraith,
at Greenock on 10th March 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1905)
CARMICHAEL David Grant, son of John Carmichael Smith, died at 5 Newton Street, Greenock on 9th July
1880. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1880)
CARMICHAEL Christina Cameron, widow of Peter Carmichael, (5 West Stewart Street) daughter of late
Archibald Cameron, Lochgair, sister of Janet C. Blair, died at Greenock Infirmary on 17th
February 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1893)
CARMICHAEL Donald Carmichael to Catherine, daughter of Joseph Carmichael at 21 Brisbane Street,
Greenock on 26th October 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1880)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 57 Belville Street. Greenock on
28th September 1881 (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1881)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 57 Belville Street, Greenock on 31st
May 1883. (Greenock Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1883)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 57 Belville Street, Greenock on
17th April 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1885)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on 22nd
June 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1887)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on
8th September 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 10.09.1888)
CARMICHAEL A son to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on 22nd
April 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 22.04.1890)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on
14th June 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 14.06.1892)
CARMICHAEL Bella, eldest daughter of John Carmichael, to Andrew Paul, SS Siam, at Mount Park
Cottage, 25 Wellington Street, Greenock on 28th September 1885 (Greenock Telegraph
29.9.1885)
CARMICHAEL A daughter to Mr & Mrs Donald Carmichael, grocer, born at 22 Bank Street, Greenock on
18th May 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 20.05.1898)
CARMICHAEL Donald, eldest surviving son of late John Carmichael, husband of Jeanie Lyle, Silvertown,
London, died at his mother’s, 29 Lyle Street, Greenock on 24th June 1904. (Greenock
Telegraph 25.6.1904)
CARMICHAEL Donald Carmichael, badge porter, died at 15 Lyle Street, Greenock on 15th October 1891 -
wife Annie. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1891)
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CARMICHAEL David Campbell, youngest son of William Carmichael, carpenter, died at Balfour Street, Port
Glasgow on 6th January 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1878)
CARMICHEAL Agnes, daughter of late John Haddow Carmichael, shipowner, to Reverend Charles Jordan,
Sir Michael Street, UF, at 76 Finnart Street, Greenock on 30th March 1905 (Greenock
Telegraph 31.3.1905)
CARMICHEAL Agnes Janet Ralston, daughter of John H. Carmichael, died at Greenock, on 12th January
1848 (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1848)
CARMOODIE Elizabeth, only daughter of P.C. Thomas Carmoodie, 75 Regent Street, to James Caldwell
Brown, at Friendly Societies Hall, Greenock on 20th September 1889. (Greenock Telegraph
23.9.1889)
CARMOODIE William Carmoodie, carpenter, Ropework Lane, Port Glasgow, died in Mr Mann’s spirit shop,
Princes Street, Port Glasgow on 24th October 1883 age 34. (Greenock Advertiser
25.10.1883)
CARMOODIE Annie Siobald, wife of Thomas Carmoodie, former Constable, Greenock died at 28
Elderpark Street, Govan on 3rd Sept. 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1898)
CARNAGHAN James Carnaghan, Lloyd’s surveyor, Middlesbrough, to Agnes, eldest daughter of Robert
Whiteford, bandmaster, Orangefield Place, at Wesleyan Methodist Church, Greenock on
11th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 12.9.1900)
CARNAGHAN Lyall, son of John Carnaghan, joiner & builder, died at 13 Mearns Street, Greenock on 28th
April 1889 age 7½ (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1889).
CARNAGHAN Georgina, youngest surviving daughter of late Capt. George Carnaghan, ,Anchor Line, died
at 13 Mearns Street, Greenock on 28th Nov 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 29.11.1888)
CARNAGHAN Victor, youngest son of James Carnaghan, joiner & builder, died at 13 Mearns Street,
Greenock on 11th June 1889 age 2. (Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1889).
CARNEGIE William Campbell Carnegie, Sarsden, Oxon, to Jane B, daughter of late David Dick,
Edinburgh, at 97 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 3rd July 1895. (Greenock Telegraph
4.7.1895).
CARNEGY Robert Carnegy M.D., son of late Patrick Carnegy of Lawer, to Christina, daughter of late
Thomas Ramsay, merchant in Glasgow, at Greenock on 3rd March 1831. (Greenock
Advertiser 15.3.1831).
CARNIE Son to Mr & Mrs William Carnie, teacher, born at Eddlewood Place, Greenock on 29th June
1906. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1906).
CARNIE A son to Mr & Mrs Richard L Carnie, born at 81 Dempster Street, Greenock on 21st April
1896. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1896).
CARNIE Son to Mr & Mrs William Carnie, teacher, born at Rosebank, Gourock Road, Greenock on
22nd December 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1900).
CARNOCHAN A son to Mr & Mrs John Carnochan, born at 7 Caddlehill Terrace, Greenock on 3rd August
1874. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1874).
CARNOCHAN Son to Mr & Mrs William Carnochan, born at 43 Belville Street, Greenock on 27th February
1904. (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1904).
CARNOCHAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Carnochan, ship steward HMS Black Prince, born at 7
Caddlehill, Greenock on 1st November 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1872).
CARNOCHAN Jessie Brown, only daughter of late Peter Carnochan, to George Clark, engineer, at 11
Crescent Street, Greenock on 8th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1906). See Peter.
CARNOCHAN James No 454 Inverkip Street
CARNOCHAN / Peter Carnochan, grocer, husband of Sarah, died at 11 Crescent Street, Greenock on 7th
CARNAGHAN April 1906 age 56. (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1906) see Jessie B.
CARNWARTH John Carnwarth, husband of Mary, died at Greenock Infirmary in January 1881. (Greenock
Telegraph 25.1.1881).
CARNWATH Alice Howie, wife of James Carnwath, died at 34 Ann Street, Greenock on 17th January
1906. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1906). See James.
CARNWATH James, only son of James Carnwath, died at 116 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 1st July
1879 age 5 years 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1879) see Alice H.
CARPENTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs George Carpenter, steward, born at 29 Lyle Street, Greenock on 26th
December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1913).
CARPENTER A daughter to Mr & Mrs Samuel Carpenter, musician, born at 7 Newton Street, Greenock on
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26th June 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1892).
CARPENTER Daughter to Mr & Mrs G Carpenter, born at 31 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 17th April
1910. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1910).
CARPENTER George Carpenter to Annie Shaw, daughter of Neil McLarty, joiner, at 31 Nelson Street,
Greenock on 23rd October 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1908).
CARR Arthur Carr, seaman, Port Glasgow, died of cholera on ‘Ardenclutha’ about 12th April 1891
from Bassein to Clyde. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1891).
CARR Catherine Lovell, wife of Peter Carr, died at 5 Serpentine Walk, Greenock in July 1903.
(Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1903).
CARR John Carr, Sale, Australia, to Sarah, daughter of late Andrew Whyte, Greenock at Gibb’s
land, Australia on 19th June 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1867).
CARR Maggie, eldest daughter of Mr Carr, labourer, 1 Willison’s Lane, Port Glasgow, died at
Greenock Infirmary on 27th December 1900 age 13. (Port Glasgow Express 28.12.1900 &
Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1900).
CARR Mary Devine, wife of Bernard Carr, died at Sinclair’s Close, Port Glasgow, on 20th
September 1908 age 60. (Port Glasgow Express 23.9.1908).
CARR Peter Carr, snr, carpenter, died at Salmond’s Close, Port Glasgow on 1st December 1890.
(Greenock Telegraph 1.12.1890).
CARR Peter Carr, carpenter, died at 13 Hamilton Place, Port Glasgow, on 6th November 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1907).
CARR W.M. Carr, to Mary Leckie, 2nd daughter of Frank Doherty, cooper, formerly of Greenock, at
St Mark’s, Silvertown, London on 31st August 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1900).
CARR Andrew Carr, engineer, died at 17 Baker Street, Greenock on 2nd December 1874.
(Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1874).
CARREY Agnes, wife of D Carrey, boilermaker, died at 14 Mill Street, Greenock on 17th November
1900 age 49. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1900).
CARREY John, youngest son of Thomas & Martha Carrey, engineer, died at Gateside Hospital on 9th
February 1912 age 4 – Overton, Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1912).
CARRICK Mary, youngest daughter of James & Mary Carrick, died at 112 Drumfrochar Road,
Greenock on 21st September 1892, age 16 (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1892)
CARRICK Mary 18.6.1875 Lair 166 Inverkip Street
CARRICK Thomas Carrick, Silloth, to Maggie, youngest daughter of late John Aird, Greenock at Christ
Church, Silloth on 12th August 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1890)
CARRICK Miss Mary Carrick died at 9 Shaw Place, Greenock on 13th June 1875 age 71. (Greenock
Advertiser 15.6.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1875)
CARRICK A daughter to Mr & Mrs John T. Carrick, born at 14 Lyle Street, Greenock on 18th July 1891.
(Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1891)
CARRICK Jane McIssac, wife of George Carrick, Glassford Street, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 7th
June 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 10.6.1862) see George
CARRICK Bridget, daughter of George & Mary Carrick, died at 1 Waverley Lane, Greenock on 20th
November 1911 age 22 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1911)
CARRICK Andrew, shipmaster Lair 166 Inverkip Street
CARRICK Bridget, daughter of George & Mary Carrick, died at 1 Waverley Lane, Greenock on 25th
December 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1907)
CARRICK Miss Agnes Carrick died at 17 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 19th March 1873. (Greenock
Advertiser 20.3.1873)
CARRICK George, son of late George Carrick, Glasgow to Jane Owen, 2nd daughter of late Charles
Denney, bandmaster, Greenock at St Mary’s, Glasgow on 27th August 1891 (Greenock
Telegraph 28.8.1891) see Jane McL.
CARRIGAN Patrick Carrigan, husband of Catherine, died at 10 Chapel Street, Greenock on 25th October
1903. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1903) see Catherine
CARRIGAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 18 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
27th August 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1891)
CARRIGAN A son to Mr & Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 18 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 24th
September 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1893)
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CARRIGAN A son to Mr & Mrs George Carrigan, furniture & marine dealer, born at 6 Shaw Place,
Greenock on 26th March 1895.(Greenock Telegraph 26.3.1895) Alexander died at 37 Sir
Michael Street on 26th July 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1895)
CARRIGAN Isabella Macpherson, wife of John Carrigan, broker, died at 21 Hamilton Street, Greenock
on 25th April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1884)
CARRIGAN John Carrigan, wine and spirit merchant, husband of Henrietta, died at 26 West Blackhall
Street, Greenock on 6th August 1889 age 32 – p2 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1889)
CARRIGAN Patrick Carrigan, brother of James, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock on 14th December
1906. (Greenock Telegraph 15.12.1906)
CARRIGAN Mary McNeil Somerville, wife of William Carrigan, engineer, died at 8 Drumfrochar Road,
Greenock on 7th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1909)
CARRIGAN A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 18 Sir Michael Street, Greenock
on 5th July 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1890)
CARRIGAN James, son of William Carrigan, gardener, 66 Vennel, drowned in Albert Harbour, Greenock
on 10th July 1880 age 14. (Greenock Advertiser 12.7.1880 & Greenock Telegraph
12.7.1880)
CARRIGAN Mary, wife of Peter Carrigan, daughter of Thomas Murray, died at 12 Charles Street,
Greenock on 4th January 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1903)
CARRIGAN Catherine, widow of Patrick Carrigan, mother of James, died at 6 Chapel Street, Greenock
on 26th December 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1903) see Patrick
CARRIGAN Agnes, 2nd daughter of George Carrigan, formerly of Greenock to Hugh Campbell, licensed
grocer, at Kilmarnock on 20th June 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1904) see Ellen
CARRIGAN Catherine McPhee, daughter of Peter & Barbara Carrigan, died at 43 Ann Street, Greenock
on 9th March 1909 age 2½. (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1909)
CARRIGAN Dorothea died 30th September 1892 age 4, Mina died 1st October 1892 age 10 months,
daughters of William Corrigan, 16 Holmscroft Street Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph
1.10.1892)
CARRIGAN A son to Mr and Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 18 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
8th July 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1889)
CARRIGAN Ellen, eldest daughter of George Corrigan, marine broker, 6 Shaw Place, to John Forrester,
at St Mary’s, Greenock on 29th October 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1894) see Agnes
CARRIGAN George Carrigan, furniture dealer, to Janet, daughter of late Daniel McNeil, at St Mary’s,
Greenock on 2nd July 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1900)
CARRIGAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 6 Smith’s Lane, Greenock on 12th
May 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1882)
CARRIGAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 18 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
15th October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1886) Mary died 22nd September 1887
(Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1887)
CARRIGAN A daughter to Mr & Mrs George Carrigan, broker, born at 18 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
5th May 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1888)
CARRIGAN John, son of William Carrigan, died at 58 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock in July 1902.
(Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1902)
CARROL Mary McKechnie, widow of John Carrol, died at 8 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 22nd January
1890. (Greenock Telegraph 23.1.1890)
CARROL John Cameron, 2nd son of George & Margaret Carroll, died at 12 Jamaica Street, Greenock
on 19th Sept 1901 age 6yrs 3months. (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1901)
CARROL John Carrol, cooper, died at 5 Regent Street, on 22nd Dec 1888 - wife Sarah (Greenock
Telegraph 24.12.1888)
CARROL Mrs Mary Carroll, Lang’s Land, Longwell Close, age 35, died of cholera on 5th April 1832.
(Greenock Advertiser 6.4.1832) see Margaret
CARROL Mary McIntyre, wife of James Carrol, eldest surviving daughter of Alex McIntyre, died at 30
Arthur Street, Greenock on 27th July 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1893)
CARROL Joseph Carrol, omnibus driver, 7 Crawford Street, Port Glasgow, died at 30 East Hamilton
Street, Greenock on 7th Feb 1889, having fallen from the omnibus - wife Ellen. (Greenock
Telegraph 8.2.1889)
CARROL George C. Carrol to Maggie J. Rudolph, only daughter of late William Brown, at White Hart
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Hotel, Greenock on 5th Dec 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1893)
CARROL William Carrol, husband of Ann, died at 44 Shaw Street, Greenock on April 1878. (Greenock
Telegraph 9.4.1878)
CARROLL Samuel Carroll, cooper, formerly of Greenock, 20 years with Border Brewery, died at 11
Tower Cottages, Tweediemouth in April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1911)
CARROLL Margaret Carroll, age 4, died of cholera at Lang’s Land, Longwell Close on 5th April 1832.
(Greenock Advertiser 6.4.1832) see Mary
CARROLL Son to Mr & Mrs L.M. Carroll, born at 6 Watt Street, Greenock on 4th Mar 1909. (Greenock
Telegraph 4.3.1909)
CARROLL May, daughter of William Carroll, sewing machine agent, died at 56 Dempster Street,
Greenock on 14th December 1909 age 5 (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1909)
CARROLL Joseph Carroll to Helen, eldest daughter of late Andrew Stewart, shipwright, at 3 Manse
Lane, Greenock on 17th Nov 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1882)
CARROLL Esther McAulay, 3rd daughter of James & Mary Carroll, died at 13 Nicolson Street,
Greenock on 24th Feb 1891 age 13months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1891)
CARROLL Ellen Stewart, wife of James Carroll, engine driver, killed when she fell from a window at 11
Charles Street, Greenock on 9th Nov 1877 age 35. (Greenock Advertiser 10.11.1877 &
Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1877) Helen.
CARROLL Lizzie Brown, youngest daughter of Robert Carroll (fireman, 40 Lynedoch Street?) to A.G.
Vincent, engineer, at St. Lawrence’s, Greenock on 4th Jan 1881. ((Greenock Telegraph
5.1.1881)
CARROLL Catherine Carroll died at her niece’s, Mrs McNeil, 55 Ann Street, Greenock on 28th October
1908 age 92 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1908)
CARROLL Benjamin Carroll, employed in Greenock Foundry, husband of Anne, died at 23 Market
Street, Greenock in February 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1877)
CARROLL Helen McLachlan Carroll, 3rd daughter of late Archibald McLachlan, to Joseph Thomas
Sutherland, at 26 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 10th July 1902. (Greenock Telegraph
12.7.1902)
CARROLL Son to Mr and Mrs William Carroll, born at 29 Nelson Street, Greenock on 9th July 1900.
(Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1900)
CARROLL Sarah Morrow, wife of Robert Carroll, died at 4 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 27th June
1883 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1883) see Lizzie B.
CARROLL William Carroll, stevedore, died at 20 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th November 1901 age
33 (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1901)
CARROLL A son to Mr and Mrs William and Ellen Carroll, born at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on 2nd
January 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1894) James died 10th January 1894 (Greenock
Telegraph 13.1.1894)
CARROLL A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Carroll, stevedore, born at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on
13th November 1895.(Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1895)
CARROLL Twin daughters to Mr and Mrs William Carroll, stevedore, born at 5 Duff Street, Greenock on
10th April 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1898)
CARRUTH John Carruth, servant for 35 years to Matthew Howie, potato merchant, died at 18 Bearhope
Street, Greenock on 23rd December 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1895)
CARRUTH Mary Armour, widow of Peter Carruth, Houston, died at 3 Bruce Street, Greenock on 13th
March 1877 age 88. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1877) see Peter
CARRUTH Mrs Peter Carruth, wife of P. Carruth, died at 3 Inverkip Street, Greenock on May 1875.
(Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1875)
CARRUTH Peter Carruth died at 3 Bruce Street, Greenock on 25th June 1877. (Greenock Telegraph
26.6.1877) see Mary A
CARRUTH James Carruth, formerly of Greenock and Ravenscraig Farm, Langbank, died at 147 Wright
Avenue, Toronto on 9th December 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1895)
CARRUTHERS Son to Mr and Mrs Robert Carruthers, carpenter, born at 7 Ratho Street, Greenock on 13th
October 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1912)
CARRUTHERS Elizabeth Watson Carruthers to John Buchanan, coachbuilder, at Tontine, Greenock on 26th
March 1913, daughter of Thomas Carruthers, hairdresser, Shipbank. (Greenock Telegraph
27.3.1913)
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CARRUTHERS A son to Mr and Mrs H.A. Carruthers, Messenger-at-arms, born at 19 Wellington Street,
Greenock on 8th May 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 9.5.1876)
CARRUTHERS Hector, son of Sophia Carruthers, died at Greenock Infirmary in April 1907 (Greenock
Telegraph 11.4.1907)
CARRUTHERS James Carruthers, formerly of G & SW Railway, Greenock, killed at Stobcross Low Level,
Glasgow on 25th January 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1889)
CARRUTHERS James, youngest son of James and Jessie Carruthers, Mountstewart, Co Down, died at his
cousin’s, 17 Bogle Street, Greenock on 9th January 1897 age 33. (Greenock Telegraph
11.1.1897)
CARRUTHERS Janet, daughter of late David Carruthers, to Edward Paul, joiner, at Inverkip on 12th
December 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1885)
CARRUTHERS Janet, eldest daughter of Thomas Carruthers, hairdresser, Shipbank, to James Young,
Edinburgh, eldest son of John Young, Stirling, at Tontine, Greenock, on 22nd December
1909. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1909)
CARRUTHERS Jeanie, youngest daughter of John and Christina Carruthers, died at 65 Belville Street,
Greenock on 14th September 1897 age 5½ (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1897)
CARRUTHERS Joseph Carruthers died at 37 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 16th February 1879 age 88.
(Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1879)
CARRUTHERS Son to Mr and Mrs Robert Carruthers, born at Gibbshill Terrace, Greenock on 22nd October
1909. (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1909)
CARRUTHERS Thomas Carruthers, of Clyde Sugar Refinery, killed in the Lynedoch Street Tunnel,
Greenock on 1st January 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 6.1.1881 & Greenock Telegraph
5.1.1881)
CARRUTHERS Thomas, eldest son of Benjamin Carruthers, Parkfoot, Lochmaben, to Elizabeth Watson,
only daughter of Isaac Helme, at Mill Brook Cottage, Dalbea on 18th January 1882 -
Shipbank, Lyle Street, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1907)
CARRUTHERS William Carruthers, carpenter, died at 12 Terrace Road, Greenock on 28th Sept 1911 age
84 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1911)
CARRUTHERS Robert Carruthers, Workington, 4th son of R.B. Carruthers, Dumfries, to Agnes Lindsay
(Lennie), elder daughter of Thomas Prentice, wine merchant, at Willow Park, Greenock on
4th October 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1888)
CARRUTHERS William Carruthers, husband of Mary died at 19 Cardwell Bay, Gourock in Dec 1891
(Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1891)
CARSCADDEN Christopher Carscadden, husband of Isabella Stewart, 20 Shore Street, Gourock, died at his
brother-in laws, John Cardle, 15 Watt Street, Glasgow on 22nd Aug 1908 age 45 (Greenock
Telegraph 24.8.1908 ) see Jessie
CARSCADDEN Jessie Cardle, infant daughter of late Christopher Carscadden, died at 20 Shore Street,
Gourock on 3rd Sept 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1908) see Christopher
CARSCADDEN A daughter to Mr & Mrs Morrison Carscadden, painter, at Inverkip Cottage, Greenock on
15th June 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1893)
CARSE George Carse died at 40 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on 25th Sept 1907 age 77
(Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1907)
CARSE William Carse of Carse & Smith, aerated water manufacturers, 66 Regent Street, Greenock
drowned off Dunoon Pier on 15th July 1893 age 40 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1893)
CARSEL Robert, ropemaker 31.12.1822 Lair 94 Duncan Street
CARSEL Annabella McFarlane, youngest daughter of late Quintin F. Carsell, died at her aunt’s, 40
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 3rd May 1913 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1913) see
Annabella McF
CARSEL Quinton L 19.10.1874 Lair 94 Duncan Street
CARSEL Annabella McFarlane, wife of Quintin L. Carsell, tugboat master, died at 19 Antigua Street,
Greenock on 10th December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1901) see Quintin L;
Annabella McF
CARSELL Quintin L. Carsell, tugboat master, died in a fall at 40 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 14th
August 1910 - father of Robert. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1910) see Annabella McF.
CARSELL Thomas Carsell, artist, attempted to commit suicide at Tobago Street, Greenock on 19th
February 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 21.2.1860) Died at the Infirmary on 26th February
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1860. (Greenock Advertiser 28.2.1860)
CARSELL Son to Mr and Mrs R. Carsell, tugboat-man, born at 8 Hope Street, Greenock on 27th April
1913. (Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1913)
CARSELL Thomas Carsell, portrait-painter, to Jane Rebecca Smith, only daughter of J.G.F. Spencer,
Waterford, at Greenock on 30th December 1839 by Reverend William Menzies. (Greenock
Telegraph 3.1.1840)
CARSEWELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carsewell, born at 3 Duff Street, Greenock on 12th
September 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1895)
CARSEWELL John Fell Carsewell, merchant, Paisley, died at Gourock on 25th September 1836.
(Greenock Advertiser 3.10.1836)
CARSEWELL William Leslie, infant son of John Carsewell, timber measurer, died at 10 East Blackhall
Street, Greenock on 28th July 1865. (Greenock Advertiser 29.7.1865)
CARSEWELL Robert Carsewell, seaman, Greenock, killed in a fall from a loft on ship ‘Saxon’ on 4th
January 1894 age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1894)
CARSEWELL Robert Carsewell, ship builder, died of typhus fever on 20th October 1832 at Greenock.
(Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1832) see John
CARSEWELL Malcolm, third son of John Carsewell, timber measurer, Greenock, to Lily, second daughter
of Captain William Forsyth, Bootle, at Emmanuel Church Bootle in December 1881.
(Greenock Advertiser 22.12.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1881) see Janet C; William
L; see John; Agnes McF
CARSEWELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carsewell, timber measurer, born at 51 Esplanade,
Greenock on 13th February 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1887)
CARSEWELL A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carsewell jnr, born at Grosvenor Terrace, Greenock, born
on 14th May 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1879)
CARSEWELL John Carsewell, timber measurer, died at 51 Esplanade, Greenock on 10th September 1893
age 47 obituary – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1893)
CARSEWELL Malcolm McF. Carsewell, timber merchant, son of late John Carsewell, died at 66
Esplanade, Greenock on 1st May 1892 age 36 – obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph
2.5.1892)
CARSEWELL Helen, eldest daughter of John Carsewell, shipowner, to Captain James Bankie, ship
‘Kenilworth’, Liverpool, at Abbotsford Place, Greenock on 15th May 1869 by Reverend J.
Nelson. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1869)
CARSEWELL Isabella Bell, wife of Donald Carsewell, moulder, died at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock on
17th August 1884 age 42 (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1884)
CARSEWELL John Carsewell, snr, merchant, died at 51 Esplanade, Greenock on 24th January 1885 age
64 obituary – p2 (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1885) see Malcolm
CARSEWELL Janet Crawford, second daughter of John Carsewell, measurer, died at 3 Abbotsford Place,
Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 16th August 1869 age 18. (Greenock Advertiser 17.8.1869 &
Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1869)
CARSEWELL John Carsewell died at Port Glasgow, on 13th February 1850, age 35. (Greenock Advertiser
19.2.1850)
CARSEWELL Andrew Carsewell to Joan McCartney, daughter of late Alex McIntyre, at 3 Argyle Street,
Greenock on 30th April 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1894)
CARSEWELL Agnes McFarlane, infant daughter of John Carsewell, wood measurer, died at 5 East
Blackhall Street, Greenock on 15th July 1859; Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1859)
CARSON John Carson, 52 years drainer on Duchal estate, died at Midton, Kilmacolm on 17th October
1909 age 94. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1909)
CARSON Mary Shearer Scott, wife of Henry Carson, brassfounder, died at 21 Kelly Street, Greenock
on 16th June 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1894)
CARSON Mary Lindsay, youngest daughter of late Walter Carson, shipwright, to Robert Whitelaw, at
Mechanics Institute, Greenock on 2nd March 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1887)
CARSON Mary Jane, wife of William Carson, only daughter of William Marker, 106 Drumfrochar Road,
Greenock, died at Drumottar Mansions, Parkhead, in May 1901 age 26. (Greenock
Telegraph 3.5.1901)
CARSON Mary Ann Montgomery, widow of John Carson, died at 15 Mill Street, Greenock on 18th May
1897 - Mother of David (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1897)
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CARSON Mary, eldest daughter of James Carson, carting contractor, to David Halliday, wine
merchant, at 46 Margaret Street, Greenock on 24th June 1908. (Greenock Telegraph
25.6.1908)
CARSON Margaret Thomson Murray, daughter of Thomas W. Carson, brassfinisher, died at 60
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 11th October 1877 age 2 ½ (Greenock Advertiser
12.10.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1877)
CARSON Margaret Janet, younger daughter of late Alex Carson, to William James Morris, at 2 South
Street, Greenock on 30th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1910)
CARSON Maggie James Gemmell, wife of William Carson, 42 Brisbane Street, Greenock, second
daughter of Robert Cochran, Eastfield, West Kilbride, formerly of Paisley, died at 18
Blytheswood Square, Glasgow on 1st December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1901)
CARSON Margaret, eldest daughter of David Carson, died at 92 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 21st
October 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1896)
CARSON A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Carson, born at Houston Place, Port Glasgow on 14th
November 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1879)
CARSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carson born at 1 Charlton Place, Kilmacolm on 11th June
1911. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1911)
CARSON Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Carson, born at 1 Charlton Place, Kilmacolm on 22nd May
1908. (Greenock Telegraph 23.5.1908)
CARSON John Carson to Mary McPhail, daughter of late Andrew Boag, Greenock at Public Halls,
Kilmacolm on 20th Aug 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1903)
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Carson, overseer Glasgow News, formerly of Greenock Telegraph,
born at 14 Houston Street, Greenock on 29th Jan 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1883)
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Carson, born at 79 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th Mar 1884.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1884)
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Carson, mason, born at 113 Dempster Street, Greenock on 27th
Dec 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1882)
CARSON Margaret, eldest daughter of John Carson, labourer, to John Munro, Bellshill, at 80
Dempster Street, Greenock on 17th October 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1900) see
Jane
CARSON Thomas W. Carson, brassfinisher, to Helen Thomson, eldest daughter of William Murray,
baker, Liverpool, at Nelson Street west, Greenock on 2nd July 1874 by Rev J.K. Campbell.
(Greenock Telegraph 06.07.1874).
CARSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Henry L. Carson, brassfounder, born at 35 Newton Street, Greenock
on 16th Oct 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1912)
CARSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Carson, born at 63 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 4th Dec
1881. (Greenock Telegraph 6.12.1881)
CARSON Wilson Carson, Gillespie’s Lane, Port Glasgow, drowned from SS Baron Elibank off Govan
on 8th June 1889 age 30 (Greenock Telegraph 10.6.1889)
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs William Carson, Tilefield Street, Glasgow, born at 106 Drumfrochar Road,
Greenock on 22nd June 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1898)
CARSON William Francis Murray, son of Thomas Carson, brassfinisher, died at 9 Hope Street,
Greenock on 8th October 1900 (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1900)
CARSON William Carson, labourer in R. Steele & Co’s shipyard, died at his house in Cartsdyke,
Greenock. On 21st April 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1856)
CARSON Una Margaret, younger daughter of D. S. Carson, St Oswald’s to Major Martin Howard, at
Kilmacolm Parish Church on 11th November 1913- p2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1913)
CARSON Robert Carson, formerly of Greenock, died at Barr’s Lane, Ardrossan on 1st May 1879 age
76. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1879)
CARSON A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas W Carson, brassfinisher, born at 49 Trafalgar Street,
Greenock on 7th June 1878 (Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1878)
CARSON Richard Bell, infant son of David and Catherine Carson, died at Bellview, Kilmacolm on 6th
January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1913)
CARSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Carson, born at Blacksholm Farm, Kilmacolm on 26th August
1903. (Greenock Telegraph 28.08.1903).
CARSON Thomas Carson, Blacksholm, to Agnes, only daughter of John Neil, at Park Farm,
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Kilmacolm, on 25th November 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1902).
CARSON Sarah O’Hara, wife of John Carson, labourer, died at 42 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 27th
November 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1890)
CARSON Sarah, daughter of Elizabeth and Robert Carson, labourer, died at 30 St Lawrence Street,
Greenock on 20th August 1896 age 2 years 2 months. (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1896)
CARSON Robert, only son of late Donald Carson, brassmoulder, died at La Plata on 4th January 1894
after an accident on ship ‘Saxon’ age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1894)
CARSON William Carson, moulder, Glasgow , to Mary Jane, only daughter of William Marker,
millworker, 7 Nile Street, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 11th June 1897 (Greenock
Telegraph 14.6.1897)
CARSON Robert Carson, joiner, died at 47 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 13th January 1882.
(Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1882)
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Carson, brassfinisher born at 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on
23rd October 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1889) Robert died 36 Ingleston Street on
28th September 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1891)
CARSON Annie Blackie, daughter of William and Jessie Carson, engine driver, died at 27 Bruce
Street, Greenock on 16th October 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1897)
CARSON Grace McArthur, widow of Andrew Carson, blockmaker, died at 7 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock on 9th May 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1887) see Andrew, Grace B. McA
CARSON Grace Bruce McArthur, daughter of Andrew Carson, blockmaker, died at 9 Lynedoch Street,
Greenock on 6th April 1875 age 14 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1875) see Helen B : Grace
McA
CARSON George Carson, engineer, 35 West Burn Street, Greenock drowned at Calcutta on 12th Sept
1878 age 19 details p2 (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1878)
CARSON Ellen Roberta, infant daughter of Thomas Carson, brassfinisher, died at 36 Ingleston Street,
Greenock on 24th Nov 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 25.11.1893)
CARSON Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Carson, 6 Lynedoch Street, Greenock to Andrew Irvine at 34
Yorst Road, Mount Pleasant, Schenectady, USA on 9th May 1912 - p2 (Greenock Telegraph
30.5.1912)
CARSON David Carson to Catherine Riddick Bell, at Carsmeadow, Kilmacolm on 31st Oct 1911 -
Bellview, Kilmacolm Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1911)
CARSON Helen Barbour, eldest daughter off Andrew Carson, to Thomas Hilton, Cumberland, at 11
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 2nd Jan 1872 by Rev A.V. Goulon (Greenock Telegraph
6.1.1872) see Grace B McA
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs John Carson, at 72 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 18th April 1879.
(Greenock Advertiser 18.4. 1879)
CARSON Christina, elder daughter of Robert Carson, engine driver, 72 Dempster Street, to John
Lamont, shipping agent, Girvan, at Masonic Temple, West Stewart Street, Greenock on 13th
Sept 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1909)
CARSON James Carson to Agnes Ogilvie, 2nd daughter of David Brown, Cartwright, 4 Union Street, at
Central Halls, Greenock on 6th Sept 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1905)
CARSON Andrew Carson, blockmaker, died at 44 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 17th July 1883 age
52 (Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1883) see Grace McA.
CARSON Agnes Yeats, wife of Henry Carson, brassfounder, died at 35 Nelson Street west, Greenock
on 17th March 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1877) see Henry
CARSON Agnes Ferguson, wife of David Carson, died at Midtown, Kilmacolm on 14th June 1908.
(Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1908)
CARSON Adam Carson to Catherine, second daughter of Adam Hunter, at 7 Crawford Street, Port
Glasgow on 23rd November 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1900)
CARSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Carson, born at Blacksholm Farm, Kilmacolm on 26th August
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1903)
CARSON A son to Mr & Mrs D S Carson, C.A. born at St Oswald’s, Kilmacolm on 9th Nov 1883
(Greenock telegraph 12.11.1883)
CARSON James Carson, marine engineer, Port Glasgow to Jenny McDonald, 2nd daughter of George
Todd, formerly of Port Glasgow, at the Café, Helensburgh on 19th April 1909. (Greenock
Telegraph 20.4.1909) Port Glasgow 21.4.1909)
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CARSON Andrew Carson died at Greenock Infirmary in September 1897. Wife Margaret (Greenock
Telegraph 28.9.1897)
CARSON Helen McLean, wife of James Carson, died at 2 Cotton Mill Row, Greenock in Sept 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1890)
CARSON Jessie Curd, younger daughter of Robert Carson, to Adam Hodgson Smith, at the Carlton
Greenock on 14th Feb 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1913)
CARSON Janet McPhee, wife of John Carson, printer, died at 23 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 21st
Oct 1879. (Greenock Advertiser 21.10.1879)
CARSON Jane, wife of John Carson, labourer, died at 80 Dempster Street, Greenock on 8th Feb
1900. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1900) see Margaret
CARSON James Carson, sugar boiler, to Helen Ford, eldest daughter of John McLellan, labourer 44
Lynedoch Street, at Wellpark Church, Greenock on 2nd June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph
5.6.1911)
CARSON Jessie Holms, eldest daughter of Henry Carson, brassfounder, to William Wardrop Lee, at
23 Kelly Street, Greenock on 31st Aug 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9. 1900)
CARSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Carson born at 2 Norman Terrace, Cardwell Road, Gourock on
28th Sept 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 30.9.1907)
CARSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Carson, fitter, born at 21 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on
21st July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1906)
CARSON James Carson, former parcels clerk, Princess Pier station, Greenock, died at 143 North
Drumlanrig Street, Thornhill on 1st Mar 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1890)
CARSON Daughter to Mr & Mrs Henry L. Carson, jnr, brassfounder, born at 35 Newton Street,
Greenock on 18th Mar 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1909)
CARSON Henry Laird Carson jnr, Greenock to Mary Russell, elder daughter of Robert Murray Smith,
journalist, Bourtree bank, at Ashton Hotel Gourock on 17th Dec 1902 (Greenock Telegraph
18.12.1902)
CARSON Henry Laird Carson to Mary Shearer, eldest daughter of Alex Scott, joiner, at 27 Trafalgar
Street, Greenock on 30th April 1879 by Rev G A. Marshall (Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1879)
CARSON Henry Carson, brassfinisher, to Agnes 2nd surviving daughter of John Yeats, tobacco
manufacturer, at 32 Ann Street, Greenock on 15th June 1869 by Rev J Stark (Greenock
Telegraph 16.6.1869 ) see Agnes Y
CARSTAIRS A son to Mr & Mrs Robert A. Carstairs, joiner, born at 6 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 15th
March 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1880)
CARSTAIRS Margaret Patterson, widow of Captain Thomas Carstairs, died at her son-in–law’s, John
Reid Cleghorn, 11 Church Street, Port Glasgow on 6th March 1882 age 80 (Greenock
Telegraph 6.3.1882)
CARSTAIRS Thomas, youngest son of Robert Carstairs, died at 85 Wellington Street, Greenock on 11th
November 1890 age 10 months 14 days (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1890)
CARSTAIRS Robert A. Carstairs, joiner, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of William Weddell, slater, at 6
Inverkip Street, Greenock on 18th September 1877 by Reverend A. Symington. (Greenock
Telegraph 20.9.1877)
CARSTAIRS Robert, 2nd son of Robert Carstairs, blacksmith, died at 86 Belville Street, Greenock on 26th
May 1898 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1895)
CARSTAIRS Robert Carstairs, joiner; husband of Ann, died at 35 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 12th June
1889 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1889) see Ann Findlay
CARSTAIRS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Carstairs, joiner, born at 6 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 8th
November 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1878) Elizabeth McNair died 17th May 1879
(Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1879)
CARSTAIRS Elizabeth, only daughter of Robert Carstairs, blacksmith, died at 86 Belville Street, Greenock
on 25th November 1876 age 3 years 5 months. (Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1876)
CARSTAIRS Ann Findlay Carstairs, widow of Robert Carstairs, joiner, mother in law of Thomas Duncan,
died at 31 Nelson Street, west, Greenock in September 1898 (Greenock Telegraph
14.9.1898) see Robert
CARSTAIRS John Carstairs, marine engineer, to Maggie, daughter of John Shaw, blacksmith, 17
Lauriston Street, at Ritchie’s Hotel, Greenock on 31st October 1898 (Greenock Telegraph
2.11.1898)
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CARSWELL Joanna McIntyre, widow of George McCartney & Andrew Carswell, died at 3 Argyle Street,
Greenock on 4th November 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 05.11.1903) see Andrew
CARSWELL George Adam, infant son of John Carswell, died at 22 Mearns Street, Greenock on 27th July
1853 (Greenock Advertiser 29.07.1853) see John
CARSWELL James, 3rd son of late William Carswell, Glasgow, to Isabel Jeffrey, 2nd daughter of Robert
Houston, at Glen Huntly, Port Glasgow on 29th December 1908 – p2. -24 Millbrae Crescent,
Langside, Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1908 & Port Glasgow Express 01.01.1909)
CARSWELL Jeanie, 2nd daughter of late John Carswell, timber measurer, died at 23 Nelson Street west,
Greenock on 16th December 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1901) see John
CARSWELL John Carswell, shipbuilder, died at Port Glasgow on 1st August 1815 age 64 see Robert
(Greenock Advertiser 15.08.1815)
CARSWELL John Carswell, timber measurer, to Elizabeth, daughter of David McKellar, former deep sea
pilot, at 55 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 6th January 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 07.01.1903)
see Jeanie
CARSWELL William Carswell, father of Barbara, died at 2 John Wood Street, Port Glasgow on 31st May
1912. (Port Glasgow Express 31.5.1912)
CARSWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Carswell, timber measurer, born at 20 South Street, Greenock
on 10th August 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1908) Christian died 1st November 1908
(Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1908)
CARSWELL Elizabeth Rodger, widow of William Carswell, died at 5 Watt Street, Greenock on 23rd April
1872 age 77 (Greenock Telegraph 24.04.1872)
CARSWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Carswell, timber measurer, born at 47 Brougham Street,
Greenock on 18th November 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1910)
CARSWELL Robert Carswell, chief mate on the ship ‘Martin Luther’, to Janet, eldest daughter of late
Captain William Shearer, Greenock, at Limehouse, London on 20th August 1841 (Greenock
Advertiser 28.9.1841)
CARSWELL Robert Carswell of Clyde Shipbuilding & Engineering Co; Port Glasgow, died at Maybole, on
5th February 1901-p2. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1901)
CARSWELL Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Carswell, timber merchant, born at Cove Point House. Gourock
on 8th May 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 10.05.1904)
CARSWELL Agnes Blundon, wife of Andrew Carswell, ship store dealer, died at 13 Newton Street,
Greenock on 2nd May 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 03.05.1892)
CARSWELL John Carswell jnr, timber measurer, to Maggie, only surviving daughter of late John Boyd,
clothier, at 11 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 15th April 1873 by Reverend W.W. Tulloch.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1873)
CARSWELL A son to Mr and Mrs John Carswell jnr, timber measurer, born at Grosvenor Terrace,
Greenock on 4th January 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 5.1.1877)
CARSWELL A son to Mr and Mrs John Carswell, timber measurer, born at 51 Esplanade, Greenock on
21st November 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1889)
CARSWELL Maggie A.B., widow of John Carswell, timber measurer, died at 51 Esplanade, Greenock on
21st July 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1894) see John
CARSWELL Son to Mr and Mrs John Carswell, born at Cove Point House, Gourock on 9th May 1906.
(Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1906)
CARSWELL Miss Carswell, mission to soldiers, daughter of late Robert Carswell, shoemaker, Inverkip
Street, Greenock, drowned in wreck of “Trinacria” off Cape Villano on 7th Feb 1893 age 47.
(Greenock Telegraph 10.2.1893)
CARSWELL Donald Carswell, brass moulder, died at 1 Broomhill Street, Greenock on 19th January
1888. (Greenock Telegraph 20.01.1888)
CARSWELL Alexander Carswell, formerly of Greenock died at Edinburgh on 5th October 1857 (Greenock
Advertiser 13.10.1857)
CARSWELL John Carswell, Customs, to Isabella, youngest daughter of Duncan McNab, Port Glasgow, at
Port Glasgow on 4th April 1843. (Greenock Advertiser 07.04.1843)
CARSWELL Andrew Carswell, father of John Docherty, died at Little Sisters’, Union Street, Greenock in
January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 23.01.1893)
CARSWELL Andrew Carswell, licensed weigher, died at 3 Argyle Street, Greenock on 15th December
1902 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1902) see Joanna McIn
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CARSWELL Donald Carswell, brass founder, to Isabella, daughter of John Bell, at 41 Cathcart Street,
Greenock on 16th July 1867 by Reverend McFarlane. (Greenock Telegraph 18.07.1867)
CARSWELL Elizabeth 26.4.1872 Lair 43 Inverkip Street
CARSWELL Elizabeth Scott, widow of Robert Carswell, died at 75 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 24th
August 1889 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 24.8.1889)
CARSWELL Annie Shearer, widow of Robert Carswell, shoemaker, died at her son-in-law’s, Robert
Leitch, 358 Lansdown Terrace, Glasgow on 24th May 1883 age 77. (Greenock Telegraph
25.5.1883)
CARSWELL Elizabeth Edminston, wife of William Carswell, died at 8 Montgomerie Street, Port Glasgow
on 16th November 1886 age 43 (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1886)
CARTER James Carter, Collector of Customs for Greenock, died at Gourock on 20th March 1841
(Greenock Advertiser 23.3.1841)
CARTER Mary Carter, housemaid, Kilmacolm, killed in train crash on 1st September 1913 –p2
(Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1913)
CARTER Harry H. Carter to Isabella Millin at 48 South Street, Greenock on 6th April 1910 (Greenock
Telegraph 8.4.1910)
CARTER A daughter to Mr and Mrs B Carter, born at Boyd’s Land, Vennel, Greenock on 25th
September 1836, 12th child of the wife, 25th of the husband of whom 24 are living.
(Greenock Advertiser 26.9 1836)
CARTER Samuel Carter to Jean, eldest daughter of late Thomas McLean, coach proprietor at 63 Rue-
End Street, Greenock on 6th March 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1907)
CARTNEY Robert Cartney killed in a fall at Steele’s shipyard in 3rd September 1881 age 17 (Greenock
Advertiser 3.9.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1881)
CARVEL Rosina, only daughter of Patrick Carvel, riveter, to John MacDougall, at 33 Sir Michael
Street, Greenock on 24th April 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1903)
CARYLILE Mrs Carylile, sister in law of James Bailie, died at 42 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in April
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 23.4.1894)
CASE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Case, boilermaker, born at 2 Holmscroft Street, Greenock
on 27th October 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1892)
CASE Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Case, traveller, born at 19 South Street, Greenock on 13th
May 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1900)
CASE A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Case, born at 12 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 19th July
1895. (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1895)
CASE John Case, china merchant, to Mary, daughter of late William Park, Leadhills, at 1 Manor
Terrace, Gourock on 15th August 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1894)
CASE Daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan M. Case, commercial traveller, born at 4 Trafalgar Street,
Greenock on 19th February 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 20.2.1907)
CASE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Case, commercial traveller, born at 15 Dempster Street,
Greenock on the 2nd April 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1895)
CASE Duncan M. Case to Jen, second daughter of William Murdoch, modelmaker, Port Glasgow at
8 Inchgreen Street, Greenock on 30th December 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1891)
CASE Daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Case, commercial traveller, born at 15 Dempster Street,
Greenock on 30th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1899)
CASEMENT John Casement, father of William, died at 58 Wellington Street, Greenock in September
1891. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1891)
CASEMENT A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Casement, born at 9 Duncan Street, Greenock on 15th
October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1898)
CASEMENT Mary Ann, infant daughter of Samuel and Lizzie Casement, died at 23 Sir Michael Street,
Greenock on 21st September 1907, age 16 months. (Greenock Telegraph 23.9.1907)
CASEMENT Son to Mr and Mrs John Casement, born at 9 Duncan Street, Greenock on 12th February
1904. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1904)
CASEMENT Janet, 2nd daughter of John and Annie Casement, died at 7 Duncan Street, Greenock on
25th February 1905, age 3 ½ (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1905)
CASEMENT Annie, eldest daughter of James and Agnes Crossan, died at 7 Duncan Street, Greenock on
28th July 1905 - wife of John Casement. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1905)
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CASEMENT Daughter to Mr and Mrs John Casement, born at 9 Duncan Street, Greenock on 9th August
1901. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1901)
CASEY Mrs James Casey, wife of J. Casey, died at High Vennel, Greenock on 22nd January 1878.
(Greenock Advertiser 24.1.1878)
CASEY A son to Captain and Mrs Robert Casey, born at 25 Robertson Street, Greenock on 10th
February 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1896)
CASKIE Mary Williams, wife of John Caskie, sawyer, formerly of Greenock, died at Chicago on 9th
August 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1904)
CASKIE John Caskie to Mary, daughter of late Joshua Williams, seaman, at Arcade Hall, Greenock
on 13th June 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1884)
CASKIE A son to Mr and Mrs John Caskie, born at 61 Belville Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1885.
(Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1885)
CASKIE A son to Mr and Mrs John Caskie, sawyer, born at 21 Main Street, Greenock on 23rd July
1886. (Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1886)
CASKIE Margaret McLeod Caskie, mother of Christina, died at 17 Main Street, Greenock in May
1896. (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1896)
CASSELS Robert Cassels, merchant, to Helen, daughter of Alex. Anderson, formerly of the Customs,
at Greenock on 23rd July 1844. (Greenock Advertiser 26.7.1844) see Margaret G.; Mary A
CASSELS Robert Cassels, tea merchant, died at 26 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 1st June 1857
obituary p2 (Greenock Advertiser 2.6.1857)
CASSELS Son to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels, born at 23 Sir Michael Street, Greenock, on 24th April
1845 (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1845)
CASSELS A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels, born at Greenock on 19th November 1846. (Greenock
Advertiser 20.11.1846)
CASSELS A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels, born at Greenock on 5th November 1848 (Greenock
Advertiser 7.11.1848)
CASSELS A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels, born at Greenock on 26th August 1850(Greenock
Advertiser 27.8.1850) William died at 37 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 1st April 1857
(Greenock Advertiser 4.4.1857)
CASSELS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels, born at 26 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 5th March
1852. (Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1852) Helen Anderson died on 20th December 52
CASSELS Mary Anne, youngest daughter of late Robert Cassels, died at 26 Hamilton Street, Greenock
on 18th May 1861 age 4yrs 9months. (Greenock Advertiser 21.5.1861) see Robert
CASSELS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels born at Greenock on 1st August 1856 (Greenock
Advertiser 5.8.1856)
CASSELS J. Lockhart Cassels, Glasgow, to Mary Thomson, 4th daughter of Alex Livingston, sugar
refiner, at Villa de Valparaiso, Greenock on 28th December 1887. (Greenock Telegraph
29.12.1887)
CASSELS Daughter to Rev and Mrs Thomas Cassels, born at Wellpark Manse, Greenock on 4th
August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1906)
CASSELS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Cassels, born at Greenock on 31st January 1854 (Greenock
Advertiser 3.2.1854)
CASSELS Margaret Grace, only surviving daughter of late Robert Cassels, died at 26 Hamilton Street,
Greenock on 7th Feb 1865. (Greenock Advertiser 9.2.1865) see Robert
CASSELS Ewing, infant son of L.S. Cassels, died at 24 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 28th July 1864
age 6months. (Greenock Advertiser 30.7.1864)
CASSELS A daughter to Mr & Mrs L.S. Cassels, born at 24 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 10th Feb
1863. ( Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1863)
CASSELS A son to Mr and Mrs L.S. Cassels, born at 24 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 20th February
1861. (Greenock Advertiser 21.2.1861)
CASSELS L.S. Cassels, tea merchant, to Mary, youngest daughter of late William Ewing, Rio de
Janeiro, at 32 Eldon Street, Greenock on 23rd September 1857 by Reverend J. Nelson.
(Greenock Advertiser 25.9.1857)
CASSELS William Dewar Cassels, builder, Bulawayo, to Jessie McDougall, at 43 Ann Street, Greenock
on 28th May 1896 by special licence. (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1896)
CASSELS Helen Anderson, widow of Robert Cassels, Greenock, died at 6 Olrig Terrace,
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Pollockshields on 28th November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1885)
CASSELS Grace Forrest, widow of John Cassels, died at 10 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 25th June
1867. (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1867)
CASSELS Christina, daughter of late James Patterson Cassells, aural surgeon, Glasgow and Mrs
Cassells, 5 Albert Road, to John Munn Ross CA., Glasgow, at Ashton Hotel, Gourock on
10th September 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1910)
CASSELS Robert 20.8.1882 Lair 275 Duncan Street; Janet 5.10.1882 Lair 275 Duncan Street
CASSELS Son to Rev and Mrs Thomas Cassels born at Wellpark Manse, Greenock on 10th March
1909. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1909)
CASSELS A daughter to Mr and Mrs L.S. Cassels, born at 22 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 28th
January 1860. (Greenock Advertiser 31.1.1860)
CASSER A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Casser, born at Cotton Miles Cottages, Drumfrochar
Road, Greenock on 18th September 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1867)
CASSIDY Agnes Higney, widow of William Cassidy, fishmonger, died at 24 Sir Michael Street,
Greenock on 4th September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1900)
CASSIDY Ann Jane Graham, wife of Richard Cassidy, 3 Manse Lane, died at Greenock Infirmary on
29th Oct 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1908)
CASSIDY James, son of Agnes Cassidy, died at 18 Tobago Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1894 age
33. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1894)
CASSIDY James Cassidy died at 63 Main Street, Greenock on 21st May 1898 age 22. (Greenock
Telegraph 23.5.1898)
CASSIDY James Cassidy, labourer, 36 Dalrymple Street, Greenock, drowned at Battery Park, on 24th
June 1898 age 54. (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1898)
CASSIDY John Cassidy died from injuries received at the extension works at Lynedoch Street Station,
Greenock on 18th August 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1881)
CASSIDY Mary Cassidy, mother of John, died at 6 Crawfurd Lane, Greenock in August 1880.
(Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1880)
CASSIDY Michael Cassidy, husband of Mary, died at 32 Cartsburn Street, Greenock in February 1900
age 55. (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1900).
CASSIDY Thomas Cassidy, fisherman, 66 Vennel found near Steamboat Quay, Greenock in 7th July
1885 – missing since 6th July 1885 age 40. (Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1885).
CASSIDY Thomas Cassidy, labourer, died at 10 West Breast, Greenock on 6th April 1905 age 44.
(Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1905).
CASSIDY William Cassidy, fish merchant, father of Agnes, died at 35 Cathcart Street, Greenock in
July/ August 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1878).
CASSIDY William Cassidy, labourer, 5 Shaw Street, died in Greenock infirmary on 5th November 1881
age 56. (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1881)
CASSIE Mary, daughter of John Cassie, died at 16 Market Street, Greenock in Feb 1875. (Greenock
Telegraph 6.2.1875)
CASSIEDY John, son of Michael Cassiedy, died at 63 Main Street, Greenock in August 1892. (Greenock
Telegraph 29.8.1892)
CASSON Alexander Casson to Annie, daughter of late Donald Macintosh, Nairn, at 21 Antigua Street,
Greenock on 13th July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1888)
CASSON Margaret Ewen, widow of Captain George Casson, formerly of Irvine, died at 8 Duff Street,
Greenock on 18th March 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1904)
CASSY John Cassy died at Shearer’s Close, Dalrymple Street, Greenock in April/May 1878.
(Greenock Telegraph 1.5.1878)
CASTANIE James P.W. Castanie, electrical engineer, USA P.O., to Jeanie Scott Colville, step-daughter
of Charles Kelso, 6 Inverkip Street, Greenock, at St. Louis, on 19th Feb 1902. (Greenock
Telegraph 10.3.1902)
CASTLE Hugh McCall 29.11.1846 Gourock
CATHCART Mary, only daughter of James Cathcart, to John, eldest son of Edward Docker, basket-
maker, at 17 Baker Street, Greenock on 31st December 1878 by Rev. J. M. Jarvie
(Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1879)
CATHCART A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Cathcart, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at 7 Minerd
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Street, Liverpool on 26th April 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1880)
CATHCART William Howie Cathcart, Greenock, to Maggie Nicol, daughter of late James Hendry, wine
merchant, Glasgow, at Avonbank Terrace, Glasgow on 24th September 1874 (Greenock
Telegraph 26.9.1874)
CATHCART William Cathcart, died at 16 Wellington Street, Greenock in January 1867 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.1.1867)
CATHCART Roberta Fullerton, second daughter of Alex Cathcart, cooper, to Henry W. Westmacott, at 47
Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 10th June 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1910) see Nellie
CATHCART A daughter to Mr and Mrs William H. Cathcart, Greenock, born at Mrs Hendry’s (her mother),
Cathcart Street, Glasgow on 19th November 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 23.11.1875)
CATHCART Mary Cathcart died at her daughter’s, Mrs Thomas Kane, 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock
on 9th March 1899 age 66 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1899)
CATHCART A son to Mr and Mrs William H. Cathcart, cooper, 29 Dempster Street, Greenock, born at her
mother’s, Mrs Hendry, Cathcart Street, Glasgow on 7th February 1877. (Greenock
Advertiser 10.2.1877)
CATHCART Margaret White, only daughter of James Cathcart, formerly of Greenock, died at
Philadelphia on 3rd May 1887 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1887)
CATHCART John Cathcart, father of Mary, died at 7 Bruce Street, Greenock in March 1887 (Greenock
Telegraph 16.3.1887)
CATHCART A son to Mr and Mrs John Cathcart, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at 7 Minerva Street,
Everton, Liverpool on 6th September 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1881)
CATHCART A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Cathcart, born at 31 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 18th August
1884. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1884)
CATHCART John Cathcart, joiner, to Agnes, youngest daughter of Archibald McMillan, at 11 Prospecthill
Street on 8th December 1876 by Rev J K Campbell. (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1876) see
Agnes McM
CATHCART Nellie, eldest daughter of Alex Cathcart, cooper, to James Tait Macpherson, at 11 West
Stewart Street, Greenock on 10th April 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1908) see Roberta
F.
CATHCART Captain John Lair 27 Inverkip Street
CATHCART Agnes McMillan, wife of John Cathcart, joiner, formerly of Greenock, died at 81 Premier
Street, Liverpool on 27th August 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1891) see John
CATHCART A son to Mr & Mrs James Cathcart, born at 17 Baker Street, Greenock on 26th May 1874.
(Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1874)
CATHCART A son to Mr & Mrs James Cathcart, born at 31 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 3rd September
1878. (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1878)
CATHCART A son to Mr and Mrs James Cathcart, born at 17 Baker Street, Greenock on 19th November
1880. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1880)
CATHCART James Irvine Cathcart died at 17 Baker Street, Greenock on 30th August 1883 - wife Mary
(Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1883)
CATHCART Jane Eagleston, widow of John Cathcart, died at 29 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 14th
March 1892 - mother in law of Robert Hill. (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1892)
CATHCART John Cathcart senior died at 30 East Hamilton Street, Greenock in November 1871.
(Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1871)
CATHCART Agnes, daughter of John & Bridget Cathcart, died at 90 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on
24th Feb 1908 age 2yrs 4months. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1908)
CATHER A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Cather, draper, born at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on
18th August 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1881)
CATHER David Cather, draper, to Elizabeth Hill, only daughter of Andrew Dunsmore, gatekeeper, at
14 Hope Street, Greenock on 7th September 1876 by Reverend C. Durward. (Greenock
Telegraph 11.9.1876)
CATHER A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Cather, draper, born at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on
22nd June 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1883)
CATHER A son to Mr and Mrs David Cather, draper, born at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on 2nd
September 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1879)
CATHER David Cather, draper, died at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on 3rd September 1887 age 33
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– wife Elizabeth (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1887)
CATHER Daughter to Mr and Mrs A.D. Cather, clerk, born at 12 Wellington Street, Greenock on 24th
May 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1906)
CATHER Son to Mr and Mrs A.D. Cather, born at 12 Wellington Street, Greenock on 28th July 1903.
(Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1903)
CATHER Andrew D. Cather to Agnes, eldest daughter of William Irvine, 57 Belville Street, at
Greenock on 21st August 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1902)
CATHER Marion D. eldest daughter of late Henry Cather, draper, to George Marshall, at 37 Kelly
Street, Greenock on 31st December 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 2.1.1904)
CATHER Daughter to Mr and Mrs A.D. Cather, clerk, born at 42 Wellington Street, Greenock on 25th
February 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1908)
CATHERS Matilda, daughter of Peter Cathers, shoemaker, to Peter Hislop, compositor, at 41 Cathcart
Street, Greenock on 19th October 1880 by Reverend Durward. (Greenock Telegraph
22.10.1880)
CATHIE Christina Lindsay, elder daughter of James Cathie, 19 Nelson Street west, to Joseph
Sheridan, flesher, at Western Hotel, Greenock on 11th November 1895. (Greenock
Telegraph 12.11.1895)
CATHIE Christina Lindsay, widow of James Cathie, died at 7 Murdieston Street, Greenock on 27th
November 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 27.11.1905)
CATHIE James Cathie died at 19 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 22nd March 1896 age 55 - wife
Christina (Greenock Telegraph 23.3.1896) see Christina L.
CATHIE Peter Cathie, formerly of P.O., Greenock, died at Thayness, Arrochar on 27th December
1873 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1873)
CATHRO Alexander Cathro, bleacher, died at 25 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 16th July 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1907) see Janet D.
CATHRO Janet Darroch, widow of Alex Cathro, died at 5 Glenburn Street, Port Glasgow on 12th
March 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1911)
CATHRO Maggie, eldest daughter of Alex Cathro, grocer, died at 29 Rue-end Street, Greenock on
15th February 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1877)
CATON Alfred Gough Caton, Southampton, to Janet Arthur, daughter of late Wellwood M.
Robertson, at 8 Lyle Street, Greenock on 19th September 1912. (Greenock Telegraph
20.9.1912)
CATTANACH Charles Cattanach, engineer, to Ellen, only daughter of late Captain Charles Mann, at 14
Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd July 1879 by Reverend D.S. Peters. (Greenock Telegraph
4.7.1879) see Helen M.
CATTANACH A daughter to Mr and Mrs Charles Cattanach, born at 14 Regent Street, Greenock on 3rd
April 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1880)
CATTANACH A daughter to Mr and Mrs Charles Cattanach, born at 14 Regent Street, Greenock on 14th
July 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1883)
CATTANACH Helen Mann, widow of Charles Cattanach, engineer, to Malcolm McFarlane, coal merchant,
at 13 Mearns Street, Greenock on 8th March 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 9.3.1892)
CAUFIELD Son to Mr and Mrs Tomas Caulfield, plater, born at 17 Carwood Street, Greenock on 29th
June 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1910)
CAUFIELD Myles Caulfield, tailor, husband of Bridget, died at Campbeltown in October 1886 – formerly
of Greenock. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1886)
CAULFIELD David, only son of Matthew and Isabella Caulfield, 20 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow, died
at Greenock Infirmary on 18th April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 18.4.1902 & Port Glasgow
Express 25.4.1902) see Matthew.
CAULFIELD Matthew Caulfield, husband of Isabella Maxwell, died at 20 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow
on 1st April 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1903 & Port Glasgow Express 3.4.1903) see
David
CAULFIELD Roseina, eldest daughter of James Caulfield, to Daniel McNaught, Tarbet, at Newark Halls,
Port Glasgow on 3rd June 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1897)
CAULFIELD Daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Caulfield, born at Chapel Villa on 14th December 1912.
(Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1912)
CAULFIELD Thomas Caulfield, father of James Caulfield, Shankland Road, died at 37 Mackenzie Street,
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Greenock on 21st March 1913 age 93 (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1913)
CAULFIELD Margaret McLeary, wife of John Caulfield, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 26 Cleveland
Street, Birkenhead on 17th October 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 10.10.1903)
CAULFIELD Daughter to Mr and Mrs H. Caulfield, born at 37 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 29th
October 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1905)
CAULFIELD Ann Coyle Caulfield died at 65 Regent Street, Greenock on 27th April 1905 age 65.
(Greenock Telegraph 28.4.1905)
CAULFIELD Alexander, son of John Caulfield, died at 59 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in June 1888.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1888)
CAULFIELD Martha Caulfield, 40 Roxburgh Street, to John McDonald, at St. Mary’s, Greenock on 15th
November 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1910)
CAULFIELD John Caulfield died at 40 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 13th October 1910. (Greenock
Telegraph 14.10.1910)
CAVAN Mrs Cavan, age 40 Taylor’s land, Taylor’s Close, died of cholera on 1st April 1832
(Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1832)
CAVANAGH Mary Ann Rairdon, wife of Patrick Cavanagh, died at 12 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 5th
January 1892 age 51 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1892)
CAVEN William Chambers, son of John & Maggie Caven, died at 60 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock
on 10th July 1891 age 22 months (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1891)
CAVEN Alexander Caven, shipwright, husband of Jeanie Chalmers, died at 9 Lyle Street, Greenock
on 20th January 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1905) see Jeanie C
CAVEN Jeanie Chalmers, widow of Alex Caven, shipwright, died at her brother in law’s John Caven,
9 Lyle Street, Greenock on 6th February 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1911) see Alex
CAVEN A son to Mr & Mrs John Caven, born at 60 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 1st December
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1892)
CAVEN A son to Mr & Mrs John Caven, insurance agent, born at 60 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock
on 27th August 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1896)
CAVERHILL William Allan, son of late W. C. Caverhill, Berwick on Tweed, to Jennie, elder daughter of
Henry King, grocer, 21 Wellington Street, Greenock at Ardour, Kilcreggan on 11th June
1903 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1903)
CAVERS William Cavers, Hawick, to Georgina, 3rd daughter of Edmund Cumberlidge, crate –maker,
22 Pottery Street, at Co-op Halls, Greenock on 31st December 1885 (Greenock Telegraph
4.1.1886)
CAVERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Cavers, joiner, born at 78 Belville Street, Greenock on 2nd
December 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1886)
CAVERS Agnes Jane Scott, eldest daughter of William Cavers, boot & shoe maker, to Donald
Alexander Nicolson, 41 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, at 7 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 1st
January 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1912)
CAW Ann Baxter, widow of Neil Caw, merchant, Glasgow, died at George Place, Gourock on 23rd
June 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 27.6.1863)
CAW James Caw, artist, Glasgow, to Eliza, youngest daughter of late Andrew Simpson,
Procurator Fiscal, Glasgow, at Seabank, Gourock on 11th June 1850 by Rev William Fraser.
(Greenock Advertiser 18.6.1850)
CAWLEY Henry Cawley, riveter, 10 East Blackhall Street, Greenock, killed in a fall at Thomson’s
Buildings, Glasgow Road, Clydebank on 30th March 1913- p2 - eldest son of late William
Cawley (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1913)
CAWTHORN Richard 21.3.1882 Lair 154 Duncan Street; William 9.3.1883 Lair 154 Duncan Street
CAWTHORN Frederick Cawthorn, 46 years with the Shaw Stewarts at Ardgowan, died at Fonthill Abbey,
on 1st June 1905 age 69. obituary p2 2.6.1905 (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1905)
CAWTHORNE Jeanie Metcalfe, only daughter of late William Cawthorne, to James Nutt, at Shepherd’s Hall,
Cathcart Street, Greenock on 28th March 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1902) see Richard
CAWTHORNE Richard, infant son of William Cawthorne, baker, died at 77 Regent Street, Greenock on
20th March 1882 (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1882) see William : Jeanie M
CAWTHORNE William Cawthorne, steward baker, Greenock, missing in wreck of ‘Gulf of Panama’ on
Zuider Hoaks, Texel from Japan to Bremen in October 1882 (Greenock Advertiser
30.10.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1882) see Richard
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CAWTHORNE William, eldest son of late William Cawthorne, died at 18 Ann Street, Greenock on May 1883
age 7½ (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1883) see Richard
CHABANT Francis, son of Daniel & Mary Chabant, coachman, died at 13 West Stewart Street,
Greenock on 10th December 1899 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1899)
CHABANT Francis Chabant, sailmaker, eldest son of late Francis Chabant, carpenter, died at 38 Shaw
Street, Greenock on 5th March 1887 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1887) see Francis
CHABANT John Chabant to Helen Murray, 2nd daughter of James McKenzie, yachtsman, Gourock, at
St Andrew’s, Cape Town on 12th July 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1906)
CHABANT Dugald, only son of Dugald Chabant, engine driver, died at 9 East Blackhall Street,
Greenock on 27th September 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1913)
CHABANT / Francis Chabant, Carpenter, died at 5 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 11th November 1879
CHABAUT age 47 (Greenock Advertiser 12.11.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1879) see Francis
CHADBURN William, only son of C. H. Chadburn, Egremont, Cheshire, to Jane Gowan, only daughter of
late John Hercus, Greenock, at Congregational Church, Tynemouth on 10th June 1869.
(Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1869).
CHADWICK James Morley, eldest son of late Hugh Chadwick, cotton spinner, Lancashire, to Jane
Fairrie, 4th daughter of Hugh Cameron, at 5 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 9th October
1873 by Reverend J McFarlan. (Greenock Advertiser 11.10.1873)
CHAFFEY Francis Glyde, 5th son of late Major E. Chaffey, Somerset Light Infantry, to Jane Roberta,
3rd daughter of Colonel Tannahill, Ardvourlie, at St Paul’s, Greenock on 11th June 1904 - 41
Ladysmith Road, Edinburgh. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1904).
CHALMERS Son to Mr and Mrs John C. Chalmers, plater, born at 6 Garvald Street, Greenock on 20th
March 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1912)
CHALMERS Mary, daughter of late Hugh Chalmers, Excise, died at 15 Laird Street, Greenock on 30th
May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1871)
CHALMERS Malcolm McNairn Chalmers, plumber, died at Clydeside Place, Port Glasgow on 17th
November 1887. Obituary p3. (Greenock Telegraph 18.11.1887)
CHALMERS Joseph Leslie Chalmers to Kate MacFarlane, daughter of late Captain Donald Currie, at 33
West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 8th February 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1884)
CHALMERS Daughter to Mr and Mrs John G. Chalmers, grocer, born at 45 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on
19th September 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1912)
CHALMERS John Gordon Chalmers to Marion Lily Gerrard, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 14th June
1911 by Reverend George Gerrard (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1911)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs Malcolm Chalmers, born at Clydeside Place, Port Glasgow on 26th
May 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1871)
CHALMERS John G. Chalmers, chief officer, SS Strathairly, to Elizabeth Holmes, 3rd daughter of late
John White, at 104 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 9th August 1897. (Greenock Telegraph
10.8.1897)
CHALMERS Maggie, only daughter of late William K. Chalmers, Greenock, to James Adams, Broomberry
Drive, Gourock, at Grand Hotel, Charing Cross, Glasgow on 26th September 1882.
(Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1882)
CHALMERS Daughter to Mr and Mrs John C. Chalmers, plater, born at 6 Garvald Street, Greenock on
16th November 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1909)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, potato merchant, died at 29 Newton Street, Greenock on 19th October
1911, age 79 – Obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1911)
CHALMERS John, younger brother of late Alex Chalmers, burgh assessor, died at 29 Cathcart Street,
Greenock on 2nd November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 2.11.1907)
CHALMERS John, youngest son of late James Chalmers, ironmonger, Greenock, died at 20 Knight’s
Road, Silvertown, London on 4th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1903)
CHALMERS John G. Chalmers to Janet Weir, youngest daughter of late James Hendry, brassfinisher, at
Masonic Temple, Greenock on 2nd January 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1901) see
Janet W.H.
CHALMERS Martha Lawrence, eldest daughter of Alex and Mary Chalmers, to Robert Greenlees, at 16
Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 14th December 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1906)
CHALMERS Margaret, youngest daughter of Captain Chalmers, to Captain J.D. Bennett, at St Michael’s,
Liverpool on 5th July 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 8.7.1862) see Captain Chalmers of
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CHALMERS Margaret Chalmers died at 15 South Street, Greenock on 18th April 1909. (Greenock
Telegraph 19.4.1909)
CHALMERS Margaret Cumming, wife of Allan Chalmers, booking-clerk, Caledonian Railway, Greenock,
died at Auchencairn, Arran on 3rd December 1869 of bronchitis. (Greenock Telegraph
7.12.1869)
CHALMERS Maggie Darroch, wife of John Chalmers, boilermaker, died at 10 Hill Street, Greenock on 3rd
October 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1881)
CHALMERS Margaret Culthane, wife of John Chalmers, boilermaker, died at 26 East Hamilton Street,
Greenock on 25th December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1898)
CHALMERS Margaret Nicoll, youngest daughter of Alex Chalmers, fitter, died at 18 Port Glasgow Road,
Greenock on 25th June 1887, age 1. (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1887)
CHALMERS Margaret Paton Jamieson, widow of John Chalmers, died at Roslin Place, Gourock on 12th
October 1888 age 90. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1888)
CHALMERS Marion, younger daughter of David Chalmers, to James Bryce Telford, at Masonic Temple,
Gourock on 3rd July 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1912)
CHALMERS Marion Patterson Chalmers, mother of John, died at 73 Nicolson Street, Greenock in May
1894. (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1894)
CHALMERS Martha, only daughter of Hugh Chalmers, mariner, to John Brunton, sugar refiner, at
Havelock Buildings, 17 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 9th July 1866 by Reverend Cole.
(Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1866)
CHALMERS John Chalmers died at 7 Nile Street, Greenock on 13th April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph
14.4.1902)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, stationer, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of late Daniel McNeil, Port
Glasgow, at North Frederick Street, Glasgow on 15th June 1865. (Greenock Advertiser
20.6.1865)
CHALMERS Margaret, only daughter of late Alex Chalmers to John A. Fullarton, Port Glasgow, at 87 East
Hamilton Street, Greenock on 11th October 1854 by Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock
Advertiser 13.10.1854)
CHALMERS John Chalmers to Agnes, youngest daughter of late Hector Shearer, at Adelaide Street,
Gourock on 1st August 1877 by Reverend J. Chalmers. (Greenock Advertiser 7.8.1877 &
Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1877) see Agnes S.
CHALMERS Janet Weir Hendry, wife of John G. Chalmers, grocer, 36 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock,
died at Western Infirmary, Glasgow on 19th December 1906. (Greenock Telegraph
20.12.1906)
CHALMERS Janet Wilson, youngest daughter of John Chalmers, potato merchant, 29 Newton Street, to
Matthew Mitchell, plumber, at Tontine, Greenock on 14th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph
15.6.1906)
CHALMERS Janet Wilson Dunlop, wife of John Chalmers, grain merchant, died at 29 Newton Street,
Greenock on 1st April 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1900)
CHALMERS Jeanie, wife of William Chalmers, daughter of late James Arnott, Greenock, died at 5 Minet
Avenue, Harlesden, London on 31st January 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1905)
CHALMERS Jessie, daughter of late John Chalmers, died at 50 St Lawrence Street, Greenock on 1st
March 1875 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1875)
CHALMERS Jessie, eldest daughter of Peter Chalmers, joiner, died at 27 Mearns Street, Greenock on
22nd February 1889, age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1889)
CHALMERS Jessie, daughter of William Chalmers, carpenter, to Robert Kelly, engineer, at Yielders Café,
Greenock on 12th June 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1896)
CHALMERS John Chalmers died at Gourock on 22nd June 1854, age 66. (Greenock Advertiser
23.6.1854)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, jnr, Gourock, to Elizabeth, second daughter of David Currie, at 46 Main
Street, Cartsdyke, on 22nd October 1852 by Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock Advertiser
29.10.1852)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, formerly of Gourock, died at Arnold Street, Liverpool on 23rd October 1868.
(Greenock Advertiser 27.10.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 24.10.1868)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs John Chalmers, born at 8 Watt Street, Greenock on 4th May 1855.
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(Greenock Advertiser 8.5.1855)
CHALMERS Peter Chalmers, joiner, father of James, died at 27 Mearns Street, Greenock on 1st
September 1889 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 02.09.1889) see James; Janet; Jessie
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs John Chalmers, grain merchant, born at 13 Lyle Street, Greenock on
12th November 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 14.11.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 13.11.1877)
CHALMERS Mary, 2nd daughter of Walter Chalmers, to Patrick Devlin, at St Lawrence’s R.C., Greenock
on 21st August 1877 by Father M. Condon (Greenock Advertiser 23.8.1877)
CHALMERS John, youngest son of Hugh M. Chalmers, timber merchant, 25 Finnart Street, Greenock,
died at Bridge of Allan on 22nd February 1895 age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1895) see
Mary D.
CHALMERS John Chalmers, manager, Greenock Gas Works, died at Knocknair, Shankland Road,
Greenock on 5th July 1900 age 48 - obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1900)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Chalmers, born at 1 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 19th
August 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 20.8.1878)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Chalmers, born at Manor Crescent, Cardwell Road, Gourock
on 13th June 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 14.6.1881)
CHALMERS John, eldest son of John Chalmers, joiner, Greenock, to Sarah Poulter, eldest daughter of
Benjamin Beans, Saffron Walden, at 45 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 16th December 1881.
(Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1881)
CHALMERS John Chalmers to Maggie, eldest daughter of late James Brown, at 55 Kelly Street,
Greenock on 12th July 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1883)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, joiner, Greenock, to Isabella, eldest daughter of Duncan McLean,
Greenock, at 2417 College Avenue, Philadelphia on 24th December 1855. (Greenock
Telegraph 8.1.1886)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, road surfaceman, died at 1 Meadowbank, Gourock on 2nd May 1887 age
71. (Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1887)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, Port Glasgow, to Jane, elder daughter of William Hunter, at Craighead,
Abington, on 26th July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1888)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs John Chalmers, born at Hawarden, Port Glasgow on 3rd July 1889.
(Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1889)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs John Chalmers, born at Hawarden, Port Glasgow in October 1890.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1890)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, sailmaker, died at 36 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 18th September
1889 - wife Janet. (Greenock Telegraph 18.9.1889)
CHALMERS John Chalmers, boilermaker, father of Janet McLean, died at 10 Hope Street, Greenock in
January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1893)
CHALMERS John, youngest son of Hume Chalmers, died at Wheat Sheaf Hotel, Church Place, Greenock
on 25th August 1876 age 5 months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1876) see Elizabeth E.
CHALMERS Walter Chalmers, formerly of Majeston Farm, died at Millhouse, Inverkip on 19th Sept 1903
age 64 (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1903)
CHALMERS Robert Chalmers, chemist, 72 Wellington Street, died at his shop, 41 Roxburgh Street,
Greenock on 9th October 1905 – obituary page 2 – brother of John B (Greenock Telegraph
9.10.1905)
CHALMERS Robert Watson Chalmers, writer, Greenock, to Maggie Watson McAlley, Kirk Place,
Clackmannan, at 41 Grindlay Street, Edinburgh on 8th August 1871 (Greenock Advertiser
10.8.1871 & Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1871)
CHALMERS Robina Elizabeth, youngest daughter of John Chalmers, potato merchant, died at 14
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 28th June 1888 age 5 years 11 months (Greenock Telegraph
29.6.1888)
CHALMERS Robina Killin, wife of David C. Chalmers, glazier, died at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on
4th June 1885 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1885) see David L.
CHALMERS Sarah, youngest daughter of late Peter Chalmers, joiner, died at 62 Regent Street,
Greenock on 20th April 1892 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1892)
CHALMERS Sarah Douglas, widow of William Chalmers, blacksmith, died at her daughter’s, Mrs Stirling,
4 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 8th September 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1911) see
William
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CHALMERS Thomas Chalmers to Jeanie, eldest daughter of William McIlray, boilermaker, at New
Hillend, Greenock on 11th June 1875 by Rev. J.K. Campbell (Greenock Telegraph
15.6.1875)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Chalmers, born at 1 Mill Street, Greenock on 14th March 1876.
(Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1876)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Thomas Chalmers, born at 8 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 16th
August 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 20.8.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1877)
CHALMERS Thomas Chalmers, mason, husband of Jane McIlray, died at Waterside Cottage, Overton on
21st January 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1908) see Thomas: Annie
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Chalmers, mason, born at Waterside Cottage, Overton,
Greenock on 9th December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1891)
CHALMERS Thomas Chalmers, joiner, eldest son of Thomas Chalmers, died at Waterside Cottage,
Overton on 17th June 1902 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 18.6.1902) see Thomas
CHALMERS Nellie, eldest daughter of James Taylor Chalmers, storeman, to Neil Buie, Jura, at 52 East
Hamilton Street, Greenock on 5th June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 08.06.1912)
CHALMERS Walter Chalmers died at Majeston Farm, Inverkip on 24th October 1877 age 77 - father of
Walter M. (Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1877)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Chalmers, blacksmith, born at 7 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
24th January 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1890)
CHALMERS Son to Mr & Mrs Walter S. Chalmers, born at Majeston Farm, Inverkip on 13th June 1902.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1902)
CHALMERS Son to Mr & Mrs Walter S. Chalmers, born at Majeston Farm, Inverkip on 19th January
1906. (Greenock Telegraph 20.1.1906)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, ticket porter, died from hunger, lack of care and drink, on 2nd April 1853
at the Infirmary, Greenock (Greenock Advertiser 5.4.1853)
CHALMERS William, youngest son of John Chalmers, joiner, died at 30 Bruce Street, Greenock on 31st
March 1878 age 14 months (Greenock Telegraph 1.4.1878)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, seaman, Greenock died at Calcutta on 7th June 1879 of cholera.
(Greenock Telegraph 2.8.1879)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, joiner, formerly of Greenock, to Janet, eldest daughter of Daniel Keith,
farmer, Stellerton, Picton Co, Nova Scotia, at West Oakland, California on 30th June 1881.
(Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1881)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, joiner, formerly of Drumore, Kirkmaden, to Janet, second daughter of
Archibald McLean, joiner, formerly of Greenock, at Brooklyn, New York on 31st December
1885. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1886)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, chemist, Liverpool, to Jeanie, eldest surviving daughter of late James
Arnott, at Waverly Hotel, Greenock on 6th September 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 7.9.1893)
CHALMERS William, youngest son of Alex Chalmers, died at 5 Pottery Street, Greenock on 4th June
1894 age 18 months. (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1894)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, house factor and property agent, Greenock, died at 5 Roslin Place,
Gourock on 21st September 1899 – obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1899)
CHALMERS William Chalmers, blacksmith, husband of Sarah Douglas, died at 63 Dempster Street,
Greenock on 19th October 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 19.10.1909) see Sarah D.
CHALMERS William K. Chalmers, joiner, died at 43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 18th November 1878
age 57. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1878)
CHALMERS Son to Mr & Mrs Thomas Chalmers, born at 38 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 28th June
1911. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1911)
CHALMERS Peter Chalmers died at 9 Trafalgar Street, Greenock in May 1887 age 16. (Greenock
Telegraph 16.05.1887)
CHALMERS Mary, elder daughter of David Chalmers, blacksmith, 25 Lyle Street, to Brown Jeffrey Young,
jnr, grocer and wine merchant, Milngavie, at Greenock Town Hall Saloon on 4th April 1899.
(Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1899)
CHALMERS Mary Chalmers, granddaughter of Duncan McLean, died at 62 Regent Street, Greenock in
June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1905)
CHALMERS Mary, daughter of John Chalmers, to George Filshie, at Tontine, Greenock on 1St February
1910. (Greenock Telegraph 2.2.1910)
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CHALMERS Mary Ann, daughter of Catherine Chalmers, died at 29 Charles Street, Greenock in April
1906. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1906)
CHALMERS Mary Duff, wife of H.M. Chalmers, joiner, died at 25 Finnart Street, Greenock on 11th June
1883. (Greenock Advertiser 11.6.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 11.6.1883) see Hugh M.
CHALMERS Mary Duff, daughter of H. M. Chalmers, 25 Finnart Street, Greenock, died at Bridge of Allan
on 27th February 1895 age 18 (Greenock Telegraph 02.03.1895) see John
CHALMERS Mary Peat, wife of Robert Chalmers, marine artist, died at Kempock, Gourock on 14th
January 1878 age 33 (Greenock Advertiser 16.01.1878) see Robert
CHALMERS Mary Scott, widow of Walter Chalmers, farmer, died at Mayeston, Inverkip on 2nd February
1890 age 82. (Greenock Telegraph 03.02.1890)
CHALMERS Mary Smith, widow of Malcolm Chalmers, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 8 Hamilton
Terrace west, Partick, on 17th March 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 18.03.1901) see Malcolm
CHALMERS Mary Spittal, 4th daughter of James Chalmers, to John Houston, Greenock, at Duchal,
Kilmacolm on 2nd July 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 03.07.1895)
CHALMERS May, eldest daughter of Thomas Chalmers, mate, R.N., to James Reid, R.N., at St Ninian’s,
Gourock on 18th January 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 20.01.1912)
CHALMERS Mary Carson, eldest daughter of James Chalmers, formerly of Greenock, died at 62 Regent
Street, Greenock on 22nd June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 22.06.1905)
CHALMERS Robert Chalmers, former sergeant, 21st R.N.B. Fusiliers, died at 2 Bath Street, Gourock on
16th May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1902)
CHALMERS Janet Scott, wife of Hugh M. Chalmers, died at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 10th
February 1863. 1ST wife (2nd Mary Duff) (Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1863) see Hugh M
CHALMERS Robert Chalmers, property valuator, died at 32 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 25th
November 1891 age 63. Obituary 28.11.1891 p2 (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1891)
CHALMERS James Chalmers, blacksmith, husband of Marion, died at 15 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 23rd April 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1888)
CHALMERS Infant daughter of Peter & Maggie Chalmers, plater, died at 74 Dempster Street, Greenock
on 30th November 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 01.12.1913)
CHALMERS Richard Chalmers, Greenock Academy, to Elizabeth Mary, widow of Robert Nimmo
Nicholson, accountant, Greenock, daughter of James Smith, Birmingham, at Ashton Church,
Birmingham on 7th July 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 12.07.1859)
CHALMERS Robert Chalmers to Anne, daughter of late Robert Letham, Greenock Customs on 17th
October 1861 by Reverend J Nelson at Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock (Greenock
Advertiser 19.10.1861)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Chalmers, born at Orangefield, Greenock on 24th March 1865
(Greenock Advertiser 25.03.1865)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Chalmers, born at Orangefield, Greenock on 16th December
1866. (Greenock Advertiser 18.12.1866 & Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1866)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Chalmers, born at Orangefield Place, Greenock on 17th
September 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 19.09.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 17.09.1868)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Chalmers, born at Orangefield, Greenock on 10th December
1870. (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1870 & Greenock Telegraph 10.12.1870)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Chalmers, born at Gladstone Place, Greenock on 15th
September 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 17.09.1872)
CHALMERS Robert Chalmers, marine artist, died at Shore Street, Gourock on 27th January 1878
(Greenock Advertiser 29.01.1878) see Mary P.
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Robert Chalmers, born at 62 Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th
July 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1898)
CHALMERS Robert Chalmers, late of Greenock, to Mary McIntyre, second daughter of Matthew Brodie,
plater, 2 McKenzie Street, Greenock, at the Manse, Seattle on 3rd June 1913 (Greenock
Telegraph 17.6.1913)
CHALMERS Mary, daughter of late John Chalmers, blockmaker, Port Glasgow, died at 26 Derwent
Street, Ballymacarret, Belfast on 8th January 1890 age 26 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1890)
CHALMERS Nelly, daughter of Thomas Chalmers, mason, died at 6 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th
August 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 12.08.1866)
CHALMERS David L. Chalmers to Isabella, daughter of James Storer, printer, in Town Hall Saloon,
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Greenock on 22nd September 1886. Second wife (1st wife Robina K) (Greenock Telegraph
24.9.1886)
CHALMERS Son to Mr and Mrs James Chalmers, joiner, born at 8 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 2nd
August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1907)
CHALMERS Annie, 2nd daughter of late Thomas Chalmers, mason, to George Fraser Moffat, joiner, at
35 Finnart Street, Greenock on 7th August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1908) see
Thomas
CHALMERS Ann Little or Devlin, wife of Hugh Chalmers, died at 7 Shaw Place, Greenock on 22nd
August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1911)
CHALMERS Ann McIntyre, wife of Robert Chalmers, died at 34 Main Street, Greenock on 6th May 1884
(Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1884)
CHALMERS Anne Stuart, eldest daughter of late Robert Chalmers, Greenock, to Captain William Shaw,
China Navigation, Shanghai, at Leadhall, Kilmarnock on 18th February 1903 (Greenock
Telegraph 20.2.1903)
CHALMERS Archibald Chalmers, blockmaker, died at 21 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 15th March 1879
age 62 - wife Janet. (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1879)
CHALMERS Archibald Chalmers, joiner, died at 72 Wellington Street, Greenock on 23rd November 1897.
(Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1897)
CHALMERS Beatrice Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of late Robert Chalmers, Greenock, to George A, son of
late Captain Wilson, Banff, at 1514 9th Avenue West, Seattle on 19th July 1905. (Greenock
Telegraph 4.8.1905)
CHALMERS Catherine, wife of Henry Chalmers, former clothier, Greenock, died at Chesterfield Terrace,
Gourock on 30th June 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1903) See Henry
CHALMERS Catherine Crawford McKinlay, wife of Alex Chalmers, ironmonger, died at 77 South Street,
Greenock on 10th January 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 10.1.1906)
CHALMERS Catherine H. Chalmers to Alexander S. Gorrie, at UF Manse, 42 Margaret Street, Greenock
on 14th January 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1902)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs David Chalmers born at 25 Ingleston Road, Greenock on 10th
December 1870. (Greenock Advertiser 13.12.1870)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Chalmers, born at 81 Dempster Street, Greenock on 5th
November 1888 (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1888)
CHALMERS David L. Chalmers to Robina, daughter of Thomas Killin, carpenter, at 13 Hope Street,
Greenock on 4th July 1883. First wife (2nd Isabella S.) (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1883) see
Robina K.
CHALMERS A son to Mr. & Mrs. Alex M. Chalmers, ironmonger, born at 35 Kelly Street, Greenock on
31st March 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1898)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs D.L. Chalmers, born at 19 Wellington Street, Greenock on 21st
August 1884. Margaret died 22nd December 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1884)
(Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1884)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs David L. Chalmers (painter?), born at 35 Wellington Street, Greenock
on 14th May 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1887)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs David L. Chalmers, painter, born at 17 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 12th August 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 13.8.1888)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs David L. Chalmers, painter, born at 2 Princes Street, Greenock on
3rd August 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 4.8.1890)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs David L. Chalmers, formerly of 2 Princes Street, Greenock, born at 15
Cedar Street, Wilmington, Delaware on 23rd November 1892 – died 9th January 1893 –
John Wallace (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1893)
CHALMERS David Smith Chalmers to Isabella, second daughter of late Arch. McCarthur, consulting
engineer, 79 Holmscroft Street, at Waverly Hotel, Greenock on 12th September 1905.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.9.1905)
CHALMERS Son to Mr and Mrs D.S. Chalmers born at 9 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow on 25th May 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1907)
CHALMERS Elizabeth, only daughter of Alex Chalmers, died at 1 Willison’s Lane, Port Glasgow on 25th
February 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1890)
CHALMERS Elizabeth, 3rd daughter of Hume Chalmers, hotel-keeper, to Duncan Forbes, at Wheatsheaf
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Hotel, Greenock on 1st January 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1901) see Elizabeth E:
Hume: Isabella
CHALMERS Elizabeth Burley, youngest daughter of William Chalmers, to William Carmichael, plater, at
76 Wellington Street, Greenock on 27th December 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1899)
CHALMERS Elizabeth Easton, wife of Hume Chalmers, died at Wheat Sheaf Hotel, Greenock on 7th May
1888 age 47. 1st wife (2nd Maggie M.) (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1888) see John: Elizabeth
CHALMERS Elizabeth Guthrie, youngest daughter of John Chalmers, to Peter McKellar Graham, at
Tontine, Greenock on 26th December 1901.
CHALMERS David Guthrie Chalmers, joiner, died at 26E Hamilton Street, Greenock on 1st May 1893.
(Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1893)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Chalmers, born at 23 Bruce Street, Greenock on 24th Dec 1869.
(Greenock Advertiser 25.12.1869)
CHALMERS Donald McF 4.10.1881 Lair 411 Inverkip Street; Margaret 15.4.1868 Lair 170 Duncan Street
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Malcolm Chalmers, born at Clydeside Place, Port Glasgow on
23rd July 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 27.7.1869)
CHALMERS Isabella 18.3.1872 Lair 396 Inverkip Street; William 1.1873 Lair 396 Inverkip Street; John
4.4.1873 Lair 433 Inverkip Street; Margaret 14.7.1874 Lair 417 Inverkip Street; Alex
25.12.1875 Lair 417 Inverkip Street; William 3.4.1878 Lair 433 Inverkip Street; David
3.5.1893 Lair 417 Inverkip Street; John (72) 5.11.1907 Lair 417 Inverkip Street
CHALMERS William No. 176 Inverkip Street; Archibald & William No 244 Inverkip Street
CHALMERS Mrs Chalmers, age 50, Watson’s land, Watson’s Lane, died of cholera on 9th May 1832.
(Greenock Advertiser 11.5.1832).
CHALMERS Ada Adams Jones, wife of J.M. Chalmers, ironmonger, died at 16 South Street, Greenock on
10th Mar 1900 daughter born 9th Mar 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 12.3.1900)
CHALMERS Agnes Anderson, 3rd daughter of John Chalmers, boilermaker, died at 26 East Hamilton
Street, Greenock on 12th June 1881 age 17. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1881)
CHALMERS Agnes Leech, infant daughter of James Chalmers, died at 15 Mt. Pleasant Street, Greenock
on 14th Dec 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 14.12.1886)
CHALMERS Agnes McMaster eldest daughter of Alex & Mary Chalmers, died at Craigieknowes Hospital,
Greenock on 31st July 1903 age 22. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1903)
CHALMERS Agnes Morrison, widow of Arch Chalmers, died at 9 Eldon Street, Greenock in Sept 1873
age 74. (Greenock Advertiser 20.9.1873 Greenock Telegraph 19.9.1873)
CHALMERS Agnes Shearer, widow of John Chalmers, gas manager, Greenock on Janefield Place,
Ashton, Gourock, died at Argyll Buildings, Kilcreggan on 31st Aug 1910. (Greenock
Telegraph 31.8.1910) see John.
CHALMERS Alex Chalmers, merchant, to Agnes, youngest daughter of later Neil Buchanan at 25 Regent
Street, Greenock on 6th July 1847 by Rev William Auld. (Greenock Advertiser 9.7.1847)
CHALMERS Annie, daughter of Peter & Maggie Chalmers, plater, died at 74 Dempster Street, Greenock
on 16th May 1906 (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1906)
CHALMERS Alexander Chalmers, former spirit merchant, died at 6 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 13th
Aug 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 15.8.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1868)
CHALMERS Elizabeth Urquhart, wife of William Chalmers, shipwright, died at 14 Regent Street,
Greenock on 26th March 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 27.3.1893)
CHALMERS Mrs Alexander Chalmers died at Elmbank, 34 Esplanade on 10th July 1874. (Greenock
Advertiser 11.7.1874 & Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1874) see Alex (1875)
CHALMERS Alexander Chalmers, collector of Town Assessment, died at 34 Esplanade, Greenock on
21st Dec 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 23.12.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1875) see
Mrs Alex ; John
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs. Alex Chalmers, born at 8 Chapelton Street, Port Glasgow on 17th
March 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1891)
CHALMERS A son to Mr. & Mrs. Alex Chalmers, born at 8 Chapelton Street, Port Glasgow on 14th July
1892 (Greenock Telegraph 21.7.1892)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs. Alex Chalmers, born at 8 Chapelton Street, Port Glasgow on 10th April
1894 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1894)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Alex Chalmers, born at 8 Chapelton Street, Port Glasgow on 4th
October 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1895)
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CHALMERS Alexander Chalmers, 44 years with Cunard, formerly of Gourock, died at 21 Wesley Street,
Waterloo, Liverpool on 15th September 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1897)
CHALMERS Alexander J. Chalmers, engineer, to Sarah Holborn, daughter of David Smith, at Masonic
Temple, Greenock on 1st January 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1908)
CHALMERS Daughter to Mr & Mrs. A. J. Chalmers, born at 66 Ann Street, Greenock on 6th November
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 7.11.1908)
CHALMERS Alexander M. Chalmers, blacksmith, to Mary Colquhoun, eldest daughter of Andrew Ritchie,
at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 6th April 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1893)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr& Mrs. Alex M. Chalmers, blacksmith, born at 4 South Street, Greenock on
9th July 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1894)
CHALMERS A son to Mr. & Mrs. Alex M. Chalmers, ironmonger, born at 4 South Street, Greenock on
24th March 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 25.3.1896)
CHALMERS Alex Chalmers to Catherine Crawford, daughter of late Alex McKinley, Port Glasgow at Lyle
Street, Greenock on 2nd June 1865 by Rev F.L. Robertson. (Greenock Advertiser 3.6.1865)
CHALMERS James Chalmers died at Duchal, Kilmacolm on 20th January 1902. (Greenock Telegraph
21.1.1902) see Fanny
CHALMERS Isabella, youngest daughter of late Hume Chalmers, Wheat Sheaf Inn, to James Jessamine,
at 17 Carwood Street, Greenock on 30th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1910)
see Elizabeth.
CHALMERS Isabella Muir, wife of Hugh M. Chalmers, jnr, timber merchant, died at 73 Nicolson Street,
Greenock on 3rd October 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1898)
CHALMERS Isabella Shaw, eldest daughter of Archibald Chalmers, blockmaker, to Thomas McCallum,
agent, Londonderry, at 17 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 11th February 1870 by Reverend
J. Stark. (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1870)
CHALMERS Rev. J.W. Chalmers, former chaplain of Smithston, died at Congregational Manse, Kirkwall
on 3rd June 1895. Obit p2. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1895)
CHALMERS James Chalmers, joiner, died at Westburn Street, Greenock on 23rd October 1850.
(Greenock Advertiser 25.10.1850)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs James Chalmers born at 39 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th
September 1866. (Greenock Telegraph 1.10.1866)
CHALMERS James Chalmers, Duchal, to Wilhelmina Jane, youngest daughter of late William Laird,
Overton, at Meadowside, Kilmacolm on 6th July 1882 (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1882 &
Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1882) see Emma
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs James Chalmers, born at Meadowbank, Kilmacolm on 23 July 1886.
(Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1886)
CHALMERS James Chalmers, father of John, died at 17 Belhaven Street, Port Glasgow in July 1883.
(Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1883)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Chalmers, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at 2214 Hare
Street, Philadelphia in October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1886)
CHALMERS James Chalmers, ironmonger, died at 73 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 25th May 1887.
(Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1887)
CHALMERS James Chalmers, wood measurer, eldest son of late Peter Chalmers, joiner, died at 62
Regent Street, Greenock on 8th June 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.18.93)
CHALMERS Elizabeth Mary, wife of Richard Chalmers, died at 9 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 29th May
1861. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1861)
CHALMERS James Douglas, youngest son of John Chalmers, boilermaker, at 26 East Crawford Street,
Greenock on 4th May 1881, age 8. (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1881)
CHALMERS Isaac Chalmers, formerly Greenock, to Agnes, daughter of William Hannah, formerly of
Greenock, at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Manse, Detroit on 9th June 1911. (Greenock
Telegraph 15.6.1911)
CHALMERS Dr James Easton Chalmers, 2nd son of Hume Chalmers, 4 Church Place, Greenock, died at
5 Priory Road, Anfield, Liverpool on 29th November 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1903)
see Hume
CHALMERS James M. Chalmers, ironmonger, to Ada Adams Jones, stepdaughter of William Brand,
timber merchant, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 21st June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph
22.6.1899)
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CHALMERS Daughter to Mr and Mrs J.M. Chalmers, ironmonger, born at 16 South Street, Greenock on
9th March 1900. Mother, Ada Adams Jones, died 10th March 1900. (Greenock Telegraph
12.3.1900)
CHALMERS Son to Mr and Mrs James M. Chalmers, born at 29 Nelson Street, Greenock on 14th
December 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1901)
CHALMERS James Morrison, son of late James Chalmers, ironmonger, died at 73 Nicolson Street,
Greenock on 2nd October 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 4.10.1890)
CHALMERS James Urquhart, son of William Chalmers, died at 33 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 28th
December 1874. (Greenock Advertiser 31.12.1874)
CHALMERS Jane, 4th daughter of John Chalmers, boilermaker, died at 26 East Hamilton Street,
Greenock on 7th December 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1885)
CHALMERS Jane Cameron Gowan, wife of John B. Chalmers, joiner, died at Gowanlea, High Inverkip
Road, Greenock on 15th June 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1910)
CHALMERS Jane McKellar, wife of Robert Chalmers, inmate in Wood’s Mariners’ Home, died at 76 Ann
Street, Greenock on 28th February 1872, age 50. Lived with her son-in-law, John Campbell,
seaman, 72 Ann Street. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1872)
CHALMERS Jane MacLelland, daughter of James Chalmers, to Robert Smith Burns, Ravenscraig,
Pollockshields, at Duchal, Kilmacolm on 6th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 7.6.1900)
CHALMERS Jane Scott, daughter of Hugh Chalmers, French polisher, to John McDonough, engineer, at
37 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 27th July 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1902)
CHALMERS Janet Brown, widow of Archibald Chalmers, blockmaker, died at her son-in-laws, William
Jenkins, 66 Wellington Street, Greenock on 5th June 1892, age 64. (Greenock Telegraph
6.6.1892)
CHALMERS Daughter to Mr and Mrs James Chalmers, joiner, born at Gowanlea, High Inverkip Road,
Greenock on 16th June 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 17.6.1912)
CHALMERS Henry Chalmers, former tailor and clothier, Greenock, died at 5 Paul Street, Glasgow on
30th April 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1904)
CHALMERS Janet Orr, widow of Peter Chalmers, died at 81 Dempster Street, Greenock on 21st January
1904, age 71. (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1904)
CHALMERS Elizabeth Urquhart, daughter of William and Margaret Chalmers, shipwright, died at 5 Rue-
end Street, Greenock on 10th October 1899 age 2 years 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph
11.10.1899)
CHALMERS Ellen Falconer, widow of James Chalmers, foreman fitter, died at Kerr’s Cottage, Kelburn,
Port Glasgow on 16th December 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1895)
CHALMERS Emma, second daughter of James Chalmers to W. Gibb Stuart, at Duchal, Kilmacolm on 1st
December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1886) see Emma W; James.
CHALMERS Emma White, wife of James Chalmers, died at Duchal, Kilmacolm on 30th December 1888.
(Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1888) see Emma.
CHALMERS Euphemia Burton, only daughter of John and Jeanie Chalmers, died at Gowanlea, High
Inverkip Road, Greenock on 5th October 1907 age 29 (Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1907)
CHALMERS Euphemia Burton, widow of James Chalmers, blockmaker, died at 72 Wellington Street,
Greenock on 12th August 1880 age 69. (Greenock Advertiser 12.8.1880 & Greenock
Telegraph 12.8.1880)
CHALMERS Fanny, youngest daughter of late James Chalmers, Kilmacolm, to Gavin R. Livingston,
Pollockshaws, at Inverclyde, Cambuslang on 15th April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph
16.4.1902) see James.
CHALMERS Flora McFarlane, wife of Alex Chalmers, Customs, formerly of Greenock and Port Glasgow,
died at 100 Plantation Street, Glasgow on 23rd January 1878. (Greenock Telegraph
28.1.1878)
CHALMERS Francis Chalmers, fireman, HMS Agincourt, who escaped from custody in September 1887,
body found off East Quay, Port Glasgow on 8th October 1887. (Greenock Telegraph
8.10.1887)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs H. Chalmers, born at 25 Regent Street, Greenock, on 29th
September 1848. (Greenock Advertiser 3.10.1848)
CHALMERS Daughter to Captain and Mrs H.E. Chalmers born at 4 Hope Street, Greenock on 14th
November 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1904)
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CHALMERS Isabella, daughter of David Chalmers, labourer, died at 73 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow
on 2nd November 1883 age 6. (Greenock Advertiser 3.11.1883)
CHALMERS Helen Laird, widow of Robert Chalmers, died at Gladstone Place, 35 Brisbane Street,
Greenock on 8th January 1884 age87. (Greenock Advertiser 9.1.1884 & Greenock
Telegraph 9.1.1884)
CHALMERS Isabella, eldest daughter of William Chalmers, joiner, to William Montgomerie, engineer, at
43 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 29th December 1871 by Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock
Advertiser and Greenock Telegraph 30.12.1871)
CHALMERS A son to Mr and Mrs Hugh M. Chalmers, born at 13 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 28th
April 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 30.4.1858)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Hugh M. Chalmers, born at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
28th September 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 29.9.1859) Margaret died at Inverkip on 19th
May 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1873 & Greenock Advertiser 22.5.1873)
CHALMERS Hugh M. Chalmers, to Mary, 2nd daughter of William Duff, spirit merchant, Bearhope Street,
at Greenock on 9th March 1864 by Reverend Thomson. 2nd wife. (1st Janet Scott)
(Greenock Advertiser 12.3.1864) see Mary D: John
CHALMERS Hugh Main Chalmers, former joiner & builder, died at Mainlea, Finnart Street, Greenock on
7th December 1911 age 82 –obituary p2. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1911)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh M. Chalmers, born at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 14th July
1868. (Greenock Advertiser 16.7.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1868) William Duff died
at 27 Bruce Street on 4th July 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1771)
CHALMERS A son to Mr & Mrs Hugh M. Chalmers, joiner, born at 27 Bruce Street, Greenock on 10th
October 1875 (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1875)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Hugh M. Chalmers, joiner, born at 25 Finnart Street, Greenock on
24th July 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 25.7.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 24.7.1877)
CHALMERS Hugh M. Chalmers jnr, to Isabella Fleming, 3rd surviving daughter of late Alex Muir, grain
merchant, Paisley, at 26 Patrick Street, Greenock on 17th October 1888. (Greenock
Telegraph 18.10.1888)
CHALMERS Hugh M. Chalmers, jnr, to Agnes B. McKenzie, daughter of James Boyd, merchant, at 46
Margaret Street, Greenock on 15th November 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 17.11.1899)
CHALMERS A daughter to Mr and Mrs Hume Chalmers, born at Wheatsheaf Inn, Greenock on 30th
December 1878. (Greenock Advertiser 31.12.1878 & Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1878)
CHALMERS Hume Chalmers to Maggie, only daughter of late James Montgomery, sugarboiler, at 10 Hill
Street, Greenock on 31st December 1889 2nd wife (1st see Elizabeth E.) (Greenock
Telegraph 2.1.1890) see Dr. James E.
CHALMERS Hume Chalmers, hotel deeper, died at Wheat Sheaf Hotel, 4 Church Place, Greenock, on
4th November 1907 – obituary p.2 (Greenock Telegraph 4.11.1907) see Elizabeth.
CHALMERS Elizabeth Tulloch, daughter of James Chalmers, blockmaker, to Captain Peter MacIntyre, at
31 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 26th October 1864 by Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock
Advertiser 29.10.1864)
CHALMERS Helen, wife of Robert Chalmers, bricklayer, died at 18 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on
19th December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1898)
CHALMERS Malcolm Chalmers to Mary, eldest daughter of late Robert Smith, Manchester, niece of Colin
McCallum, Port Glasgow at Clydesdale Cottage, Port Glasgow on 22nd July 1868 by
Reverend G. Horne. (Greenock Advertiser 25.7.1868) see Mary S.
CHAMBERS Joseph Chambers, mariner, to Jane, 2nd daughter of William Hutcheson, coppersmith at 49
Nicolson Street, Greenock on August 1874 by the Reverend D. Boyd. (Greenock Telegraph
12.8.1874)
CHAMBERS Robert Chambers died at 31 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 11th February 1899. (Port
Glasgow Express 17.2.1899 & Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1899) see Jessie N: Christina:
Charles
CHAMBERS Captain Robert Chambers, father of James, died at Wood’s Mariners’ Asylum, Greenock on
30th October 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1886) see Robert
CHAMBERS Robert, eldest son of Captain Robert Chambers, Lyle Street, Greenock, died at Auckland on
4th May 1860 age 23. (Greenock Advertiser 9.8.1860) see Christina W; Captain Robert
CHAMBERS Richard, son of David Chambers, 102 Bouverie Street, Port Glasgow, died at Greenock
Infirmary on 28th September 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 29.9.1903)
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CHAMBERS Margaret Stewart, wife of Archibald Chambers, died at Flower Bank, Greenock on 29th
November 1836. (Greenock Advertiser 5.12.1836) see Margaret
CHAMBERS Margaret, daughter of Archibald Chambers, to James Kelso, merchant, at Flowerbank,
Greenock on 24th September 1844 by Reverend J. Smith. (Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1844)
see Margaret S.
CHAMBERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs William B. Chambers, yacht builder, born at 2 Antigua Street,
Greenock on 23rd December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1898)
CHAMBERS Julia, 3rd daughter of late William Chambers, 10 Carnock Street, Greenock to Peter
Graham, at Glasgow on 3rd March 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1911)
CHAMBERS William Chambers died at 50 Rue-end Street, Greenock, on 17th January 1854 age 78
(Greenock Advertiser 20.1.1854) see Janet K
CHAMBERS John Chambers to Janet, eldest daughter of late Duncan McCoig, shipwright, at 19 Regent
Street, Greenock on 5th April 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1912)
CHAMBERS John, son of Duncan and Mary Chambers, blacksmith, 7 Carwood Street, died at Gateside
Hospital on 17th May 1911, age 4. (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1911)
CHAMBERS John Chambers, formerly of Drumore, Kirkmaiden, to Marion McArthur, Greenock, at
Kilmacolm on 2nd April 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1889)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr and Mrs John Chambers, sailmaker, born at 8 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
10th July 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1877)
CHAMBERS John Chambers, Greenock, to Jane 2nd daughter of late William Gowens, Carlisle, at
Cartland, Belfast on 7th July 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1871)
CHAMBERS Madeline Marion, daughter of late W Chambers, to Richard J. Mullin, at 17 Finnart Street,
Greenock on 29th August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1906)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, born at 7 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 16th February
1887 (Greenock Telegraph 17.3.1887) Joseph died 13th September 1887 (Greenock
Telegraph 15.9.1887)
CHAMBERS William, only son of late Samuel Chambers, died at 10 Carnock Street, Greenock on 10th
May 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 11.5.1911)
CHAMBERS William Chambers, husband of Mary, grocer, died at 10 Carnock Street, Greenock on 31st
May 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1903)
CHAMBERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, spirit merchant, born at 7 Ingleston Street,
Greenock on 16th August 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 16.8.1890)
CHAMBERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, born at 11 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 2nd
April 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1892)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at 561 Baltic Street,
Brooklyn, New York on 7th January 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 26.1.1889)
CHAMBERS Samuel Chambers, husband of Mary, died at 36 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 20th April
1905. (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1905)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, grocer, born at 5 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 7th
February 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2.1894)
CHAMBERS Thomas Chambers, blacksmith, died at 120 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 16th October
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 17.10.1906) see Andrew
CHAMBERS William, son of William Chambers, grocer, died at 5 John Street, Greenock on 1st December
1884 age 7 months. (Greenock Telegraph 2.120.1884)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, grocer, born at John Street, Greenock on 29th August
1882. (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1882)
CHAMBERS A daughter to Captain & Mrs William Chambers, born at Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 2nd
August 1858. (Greenock Advertiser 6.8.1858)
CHAMBERS A daughter to Captain & Mrs William Chambers, born at Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 9th
November 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 11.11.1856)
CHAMBERS William, 2nd son of Captain Robert Chambers, died at 9 Lyle Street, Greenock, on 10th
October 1856 (Greenock Advertiser 14.10.1856) see Christina W: Isabella
CHAMBERS Janet Kerr, widow of William Chambers, died at 30 Market Street, Greenock on 11th Feb
1856. (Greenock Advertiser 15.2.1856) see William
CHAMBERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, joiner, formerly of Greenock, born at 515 West
48 Street, New York on 10th December 1886 – died same day. (Greenock Telegraph
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29.12.1886)
CHAMBERS Andrew, son of late Thomas Chambers, blacksmith, died at 120 Drumfrochar Road,
Greenock on 2nd September 1909 age 19. (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1909) see Thomas
CHAMBERS Jessie Nelson, widow of Robert Chambers, died at 31 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on
13th Jan 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1900) see Robert
CHAMBERS Charles Chambers, chief engineer, China Navigation Company, husband of Agnes
Campbell, son of late Robert Chambers, The Glen, Port Glasgow, died at 3 Campsie
Terrace, Greenock on 22nd August 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 22.8.1912)
CHAMBERS Charles Chambers, chief engineer, SS Southwood, to Agnes Limond, eldest daughter of
Charles Campbell, printer, at 23 Newton Street, Greenock on 14th June 1894. (Greenock
Telegraph 15.6.1894)
CHAMBERS Catherine McLean, eldest daughter of late John Chambers, sailmaker, died at 5 Hope
Street, Greenock on 17th April 1895 age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1895)
CHAMBERS Archibald Chambers died at Flower Bank, Greenock on 26th December 1867. (Greenock
Advertiser 31.12.1867)
CHAMBERS Christina, eldest daughter of late Robert Chambers, grocer, Glen, died at Mentmore,
Lilybank, Port Glasgow, on 22nd November 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1907) see
Robert
CHAMBERS Annie Crawford McKenzie, wife of William B. Chambers, yachtbuilder, 2 Antigua Street,
Greenock, died at Ella Cottage, Lochranza, on 6th October 1900. (Greenock Telegraph
8.10.1900)
CHAMBERS Christina Wilson, 3rd daughter of Captain Robert Chambers, died at 9 Lyle Street,
Greenock, on 5th August 1856. (Greenock Advertiser 8.8.1856) see Isabella; William;
Robert
CHAMBERS Son to Mr and Mrs A.G. Chambers, joiner, born at 13 Watt Street, Greenock on 23rd
January 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 24.1.1908)
CHAMBERS Son to Mr and Mrs A.G. Chambers, born at 13 Watt Street, Greenock on 12th October 1906.
(Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1906)
CHAMBERS Alexander G. Chambers to Margaret, only daughter of late Daniel Bryce, joiner, and Mrs
Phillips, fishmonger, at Masonic Temple, Greenock on 27th November 1905. (Greenock
Telegraph 28.11.1905)
CHAMBERS Agnes Park, youngest daughter of late John Chambers, sailmaker, to Henry Holmes, at 19
Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th March 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1911)
CHAMBERS Agnes, eldest daughter of Walter Chambers, farmer, Majeston, Inverkip, to Hugh Purdie, on
12th June 1860 by Reverend T. Brown at Majeston. (Greenock Advertiser 16.6.1860)
CHAMBERS Archibald, merchant 20.1.1825 Lair 170 Duncan Street; Archibald, tailor 20.6.1825 Lair 275
Duncan Street
CHAMBERS Annie Watt Chambers died at Hillend House, East Crawford Street, Greenock on 21st
February 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 22.2.1899)
CHAMBERS Henry, eldest son of William Chambers, 3 John Street, Greenock, died at Krugersdorp,
South Africa on 22nd April 1903. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1903)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, grocer, born at 7 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 9th
August 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1888)
CHAMBERS Janet Campbell, daughter of late John Chambers, sailmaker, to John Elrick, at Crawford’s
Hall, Greenock on 25th June 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1896)
CHAMBERS Jane Hutcheson, wife of James Chambers, mate, died at 69 Regent Street, Greenock on
29th April 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1884)
CHAMBERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Chambers, mate, born at 63 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
13th July 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1878)
CHAMBERS Isabella, wife of William Chambers, died at McMillan’s land, Prospecthill, Greenock on 15th
March 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 16.3.1872)
CHAMBERS A son to Mr and Mrs Charles Chambers, engineer, China, born at 16 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 25th July 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 26.7.1895)
CHAMBERS Hugh Chambers to Helen Luchers, only daughter of David Smith, at 57 Ardgowan Street,
Port Glasgow on 30th June 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1905 & Port Glasgow Express
7.7.1905)
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CHAMBERS Janet McFarlane, widow of John Chambers, died at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 12th April
1900. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1900)
CHAMBERS Georgina, eldest daughter of William Chambers, to James McKirdy, at Crawford’s Café,
Greenock on 19th June 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1902)
CHAMBERS Elizabeth Laird, only daughter of Alex Chambers, to Malcolm McLarty, Greenock Customs,
at Courthill, Kilmacolm, on 8th December 1857 by Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock Advertiser
11.12.1857)
CHAMBERS Daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Chambers, blacksmith, born at 6 Carwood Street,
Greenock on 18th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1910)
CHAMBERS Son to Mr and Mrs D. Chambers born at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 20th March 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1907)
CHAMBERS Duncan Chambers to Mary, eldest daughter of James Strange, 1 Dellingburn Street, at
Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 9th July 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1906)
CHAMBERS Donald, youngest son of John Chambers, sailmaker, died at 8 Holmscroft Street, Greenock
on 2nd October 1881 age 21 months. (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1881)
CHAMBERS Isabella, youngest daughter of Captain Robert Chambers, died at Greenock on 14th Oct
1857. (Greenock Advertiser 20.11.1857) see William
CHAMBERS A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Chambers, born at 5 John Street, Greenock on 29th July
1885. (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1885)
CHANDERWICK John Chanderwick, boatswain, SS Carfin, died in Greenock Infirmary on 21st March 1885
after breaking a leg, later amputated, on the steamer at Port Glasgow Harbour. (Greenock
Telegraph 24.3.1885)
CHANDLER Edward, son of Herbert & Susannah Chandler, 1 Mearns Street, Greenock, died on 10th
October 1902 age 6 years (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1902)
CHANDLER Edith, 2nd daughter of Herbert Chandler, Customs, 1 Mearns Street, Greenock to William
McMillan, North Brazil Sugar Factories, Pernambuco, son of William McMillan, 72 Wellington
Street on 26th Aug 1912 at Wesleyan Chapel, Greenock (Greenock Telegraph 27.8.1912)
CHAPLAIN Mrs William Chaplain, formerly of Greenock, died at 6 Bowling Green Row, Woolwich on
31st July 1844 (Greenock Advertiser 6.8.1844)
CHAPLIN William, shipmaster Lair 247 Inverkip Street.
CHAPMAN William Chapman, woolsorter, to Johanne, daughter of late John Wylie, Sheriff Officer,
Greenock, at Bennie Place, Glasgow on 24th September 1869. (Greenock Advertiser
28.09.1869)
CHAPMAN William Chapman to Mary Mathieson eldest daughter of Angus McLeod, carpenter, at 18
Hope Street, Greenock on 30th December 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 31.12 1892)
CHAPMAN Son to Mr & Mrs S.T. Chapman, mate, born at 35 Brougham Street, Greenock on 26th April
1912. (Greenock Telegraph 27.04.1912)
CHAPMAN Sydney T. Chapman to Isabella, youngest daughter of Hugh Sinclair, depute harbour
master, Garvel House, at St John’s, Greenock on 20th August 1910 (Greenock Telegraph
22.08.1910)
CHAPMAN Sydney T. Chapman, mariner, to Jane S., only daughter of James Buchanan, engineer, at
Garvel House, Greenock on 10th November 1898 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1898)
CHAPMAN Mungo Chapman, formerly of Bathgate, died at Greenock on 30th August 1909 age 51
(Greenock Telegraph 31.08.1909)
CHAPMAN John Angus, infant son of Robert & Lizzie Janet Chapman, salesman, born at 5 Holmscroft
Street Greenock on 26th December 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1910)
CHAPMAN James Chapman, sailmaker, died at Maryfield Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 19th February
1910. (Greenock Telegraph 19.02.1910)
CHAPMAN Jane, wife of Sydney E. Chapman, 2nd officer, SS Tugela, daughter of James Buchanan,
engineer, Garvel Graving Dock, died at Garvel House, Greenock on 17th April 1902.
(Greenock Telegraph 18.04.1902)
CHAPMAN Euphemia Crawford, wife of James Chapman, sailmaker, died at 2 Highholm Avenue, Port
Glasgow on 19th November 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 19.11.1900)
CHAPMAN Catherine O’Connor, stepdaughter of William Chapman, died at 6 Dalrymple Street,
Greenock on 27th Oct 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 28.10.1892) see Ann
CHAPMAN Ann, wife of William Chapman, died at 6 Dalrymple Street, Greenock on 26th Oct 1892
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(Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1892)
CHAPMAN Joseph Chapman of the Ordinance, to Mary Stanley, daughter of late John Stirling,
merchant in Port Glasgow at Edinburgh on 5th January 1819 (Greenock Advertiser
12.01.1819)
CHAPPEL John, son of Charles Chappel, pointsman, died at 50 East Hamilton Street, Greenock on
10th February 1881 age 10. (Greenock Telegraph 11.02.1881).
CHAPPEL Robert, son of Robert Chappel, died at 36 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 2nd November
1881 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 02.11.1881).
CHAPPELL Robert Chappell, seaman, died at 7 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 25th May 1906. (Greenock
Telegraph 25.05.1906).
CHARLES Sarah Lynch, wife of Mr Charles, carter, 44 Vennel, died at Greenock Infirmary on 12th
September 1909 – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 13.09.1909).
CHARLES Marion Easton, widow of John Charles, merchant, Glasgow, at Ashton Terrace, Gourock on
29th June 1866. (Greenock Advertiser 03.07.1866).
CHARLESWORTH George Charlesworth to Margaret, 3rd daughter of H. Shearer, at Gourock on 11th March
1870 by Rev G. McCorkindale (Greenock Advertiser 17.03.1870).
CHARTERIS Elizabeth, daughter of James Charteris, to John Spence, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on
27th January 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 31.01.1893).
CHARTERIS James Charteris, cashier, Caledonian Railway Goods Dept, to Jessie Wright, youngest
daughter of late John Leitch, painter, at 1 Finnart Terrace, Greenock n 1st March 1870 by
Rev J. Hutcheson (Greenock Advertiser 03.03.1870 & Greenock Telegraph 04.03.1870) see
Jessie L
CHARTERIS A son to Mr & Mrs James Charteris, born at Greenbank Terrace, upper Kelly Street,
Greenock on 4th July 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 05.07.1871).
CHARTERIS James Porteous, son of late James Charteris, died at 49 Newton Street, Greenock on 11th
August 1887 age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 12.08.1887).
CHARTERIS Jessie Leitch, wife of James Charteris, died at Greenbank Terrace, 39 Kelly Street Greenock
on 10th February 1873 (Greenock Advertiser 13.02.1873 & Greenock Telegraph
12.02.1873) see James
CHARTERIS Agnes Charteris died at 167 Bouverie Street, Port Glasgow on 8th October 19901 age 14
(Greenock Telegraph 09.10.1901)
CHARTERS James Charters, boilermaker, formerly of Greenock, died at his son in law’s William Reid, 10
Beatrice Avenue, Keyham, Devonport on 7th Feb 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 9.2.1901)
CHARTERS Alexander Charters,211 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow, died at Greenock Infirmary on 2nd
July 1905 age 31 (Port Glasgow Express 6.7.1905 & Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1905)
CHARTERS Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Charters, born at 77 Belville Street, Greenock on 8th Sept 1908
(Greenock Telegraph 9.9.1908) Robert died at 8 Sprinkell Street, on 3rd Mar 1909
(Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1909)
CHARTERS Elizabeth Charters, stepdaughter of William Miller, 62 Ann Street, died in Fleming Reid’s
Merino Mills, Greenock on 2nd Feb 1892 age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 3.2.1892)
CHARTERS Isabella McConochie, wife of James Charters, moulder, died at 23 John Street, Greenock on
17th May 1892 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 18.5.1892) see James
CHARTERS Marion, youngest daughter of James Charters, fitter, to William Reid, at 18 Inverkip Street,
Greenock on 29th April 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1892)
CHARTERS Sarah Charters died at 167 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow, on 14th August 1908, age 21.
(Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1908)
CHARTERS Robert, son of Robert Charters, died at 19 Belville Street, Greenock in July 1895. (Greenock
Telegraph 5.7.1895)
CHARTERS Peter Charters, cooper, died at 39 Ann Street, Greenock on 24th June 1877 age 30.
(Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1877)
CHARTERS James Charters, iron moulder, died at 23 John Street, Greenock on 24th July 1896 age 80
(Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1896) see Isabella McC
CHARTERS Mary Hannah, wife of James Charters, fitter, died at 57 Inverkip Street, Greenock on 7th
October 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1896) see Marion
CHARTERS John, son of Robert and Mary Charters, died at 5 Serpentine Walk, Greenock on 15th
December 1899 age 5 months (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1899)
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CHARTERS John Charters died at 167 Bouverie Terrace, Port Glasgow on 19th November 1899 age 58
(Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1899)
CHARTERS John, son of Robert and Mary Charters, died at 30 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 11th
December 1890 age 20 months (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1890)
CHARTERS Daughter to Mr and Mrs J.A. Charters, born at 51 Belville Street, Greenock on 19th August
1912. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1912)
CHARTERS James Allison Charters to Annie, eldest daughter of John McClary, 7 Hill Street, at
Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 1st July 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1910)
CHARTERS Son to Mr & Mrs J. Charters born at 19 Antigua Street, Greenock on 15th May 1911.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.5.1911)
CHARTERS Nancy, youngest daughter of Robert and Mary Charters, irondriller, died at 32 Ingleston
Street, Greenock on 25th February 1904 age 14 months (Greenock Telegraph 26.2.1904)
CHASSER Janet G. Wood, wife of George Chasser, died at 6 Hope Street, Greenock in November
1889. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1889)
CHATBURN Susan, youngest daughter of Edward Chatburn, died at 21 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on
17th January 1885, age 2½ (Greenock Telegraph 19.1.1885) see William; Catherine B. Wm.
CHATBURN William, son of Edward Chatburn, rigger, died at 9 Tobago Street, Greenock on 10th Sept.
1875 age 2 yrs 5 months (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1875) see Susan
CHATBURN Jane McLellan, widow of Edward Chatburn, rigger, died at 70 Ann Street, Greenock on 2nd
September 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1901) see Catherine B.
CHATBURN Catherine Brodley, eldest daughter of Edward Chatburn, rigger, died at 6 Ann Street,
Greenock on 3rd December 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1890) see Susan; Jane McL;
Jeanie
CHATBURN William Chatburn, apprentice carpenter, youngest son of Edward Chatburn, rigger, 6 Ann
Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 10th June 1905 after an accident at Caird & Co. age
16 (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1905) see Susan
CHATBURN Jeanie, eldest daughter of Edward Chatburn, rigger, 6 Trafalgar Street, to Alexander, 2nd
son of Alex McGuigan, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 9th July 1909. (Greenock Telegraph
12.7.1909) see Catherine B.
CHEEVERS George, son of Robert and Sarah Cheevers, died at 52 Wellington Street, Greenock on 9th
September 1908 age 10 months (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1908)
CHEEVERS Stephen Cheevers, blacksmith, husband of Maria, died at Greenock Infirmary in February
1885. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1885)
CHESHIRE Annie, eldest daughter of Robert Cheshire, to Donald McLaren jnr, at 9 Inchgreen Street,
Greenock on 11th April 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1902)
CHESNUT A son to Mr and Mrs Robert Chesnut, born at 25 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 30th
October 1865. (Greenock Advertiser 31.10.1865)
CHESNUT A son to Mr and Mrs R. Chesnut, shopman, born at 25 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 4th
November 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1867)
CHESNUT James Chesnut, apprentice seaman, Greenock, drowned in the loss of the ‘Culzean’,
Greenock in the Sound of Jura on 21st November 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 26.11.1881)
CHESNUT William Chesnut, brother of Rose Ann, died at 4 Lawrence Street, Greenock in February
1891. (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1891)
CHESNUTT George 21.4.1941 Port Glasgow
CHESSER Elizabeth Davidson, widow of Peter Chesser, Birkenhead, died a 56 Kelly Street, Greenock
on 18th May 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 19.5.1879)
CHESSER Janet Lyle, wife of Captain Peter Chesser, daughter of late Abram Lyle, cooper, died at
Greenock on 15th June 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 17.6.1851) see Abram Lyle.
CHESSER Peter Chesser, shipmaster, to Jane, eldest daughter of Abraham Lyle, merchant, at
Greenock on 12th July 1830 by Reverend Auld. (Greenock Advertiser 13.7.1830) see Jane
CHESSER Captain Peter Chesser died at 35 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 17th June 1858. (Greenock
Advertiser 18.6.1858) see Janet L.
CHEVALIER Frederick Chevalier died at 5 Grey Place, Greenock on 30th May 1896 age 46 (Greenock
Telegraph 1.6.1896) see Agnes W.
CHEVALIER Agnes Sweeney, widow of Frederick Chevalier, died at 37 West Blackhall Street, Greenock
on 10th March 1901, age 57 - sister in law of Joseph McGranaghan. (Greenock Telegraph
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11.3.1901) see Frederick
CHEVALIER Charles J. Chevalier, ship’s officer, Buenos Ayres, Glasgow (relation to Fred Chevalier)
Greenock, died at sea on 9th August 1890, age 40. (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1890)
CHEVALIER Charles J. Chevalier to Helena, eldest daughter of Francis Gallaway, at 16 Patrick Street,
Greenock on 24th July 1876 by Reverend J. Barclay. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1876)
CHEVALIER Jessie Grace, daughter of late John Chevalier, Jersey, and Mrs Chevalier, Mount William,
Gourock, to James McKellar Allan, at Tontine, Greenock on 22nd April 1908. (Greenock
Telegraph 24.4.1908)
CHEVILLE Agnes, eldest daughter of John Cheville, farmer, granddaughter of late John Caldwell,
builder, Greenock, to Alexander McKenzie, at Joliet, Illinois, on 25th June 1896. (Greenock
Telegraph 20.7.1896) see Mary
CHEVILLE Mary, wife of John Cheville, eldest daughter of late John Caldwell, builder, Greenock, died at
Cherry Hill, Joilet, Illinois, on 17th August 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1912) see Agnes
CHEYNE Hugh Herbert Cheyne, Roseneath, Bangor, County Down, to Agnes Lang, daughter of
Robert Hill, shipowner, 75 Union Street, at Tontine, Greenock on 19th April 1905. (Greenock
Telegraph 20.4.1905)
CHICK Annie Lang, daughter of Benjamin P. Chick, temperance advocate, died at 9 Morton
Terrace, Greenock on 15th July 1883 age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1883)
CHILDS Janet, widow of Edward Childs, died at 6 W. Stewart Street, Greenock on 15th Feb 1902 -
mother of John (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1902) see Edward.
CHILDS Sarah Love, wife of John Childs, died at her father’s, 33 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 3rd
Jan 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1908) see Gertrude F.
CHILDS A son to Mr & Mrs James Childs, salesman, born at 32 Arthur Street, Greenock on 1st June
1896. (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1896)
CHILDS A son to Mr & Mrs James Childs, salesman, born at 32 Arthur Street, Greenock on 19th Sept
1894. (Greenock Telegraph 20.9.1894)
CHILDS A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Childs, riveter, born at 32 Arthur Street, Greenock on 12th
Feb 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1893)
CHILDS A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Childs, eldest daughter of James Speirs, boilermaker,
Greenock, born at 87 Henry Street, Chicago on 5th June 1881 (Greenock Telegraph
23.6.1881)
CHILDS James Childs died at 11 Main Street Greenock in Feb/Mar 1873. (Greenock Telegraph
4.3.1873)
CHILDS Isabella White, 2nd daughter of James Childs, labourer, died at 6 Sinclair Street, Greenock
on 14th Jan 1902 age 3yrs 9months. (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1902)
CHILDS Isabella, youngest daughter of late James Childs, to Robert Dempster, at Queen’s Rooms,
Greenock on 23rd Dec 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 27.12.1904)
CHILDS Gertrude Foster, eldest daughter of John & Sarah Childs, died at 35 Ingleston Street,
Greenock on 23rd Aug 1902 age 2yrs 3months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1902) see Sarah
L.
CHILDS Edward Childs, boilermaker, husband of Janet, died at 4 Cross-shore Street, Greenock in
September/October 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1879) see Janet
CHILDS James Childs, riveter, husband of Isabella, died at 38 Main Street, Greenock on 28th Aug
1889. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1889)
CHILDS Charles, Quebec 13.9.1824 Lair 257 Duncan Street.
CHINEY James Chiney, husband of Anne, died at 9 Tobago Street, Greenock in Oct 1874. (Greenock
Telegraph 14.10.1874)
CHIRREY A daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Chirrey, printer, born at 63 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
25th May 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1883)
CHIRREY Marion Black, daughter of late Alex Chirrey, to Robert Grieve, at 27 Patrick Street, Greenock
on 12th April 1911, (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1911)
CHIRREY Janet, daughter of late James Chirrey, Largs, died at Point Place, Inverkip on 8th Nov 1907.
(Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1907)
CHIRREY A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Chirrey, foreman printer, born at 27 Patrick Street, Greenock on 25th
Oct 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1896)
CHIRREY Alex Chirrey, case room manager, Greenock Telegraph, died at 27 Patrick Street, Greenock
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on 28th Feb 1909 age 55 –obit p2 - wife Katherine (Greenock Telegraph 1.3.1909) see
Annie T ; Marion B
CHIRREY Annie Turner, daughter of Alex Chirrey, foreman printer, 27 Patrick Street, to James A.
Baxter, at Tontine, Greenock on 22nd Dec 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1908)see Alex
CHISHOLM Catherine McLean, wife of Archibald Chisholm, died at 37 Nelson Street west, Greenock on
16th February 1869 (Greenock Advertiser 18.2.1869)
CHISHOLM Catherine 20.2.1869 Lair 154 Inverkip Street.; Janet 27.2.1872 Lair 154 Inverkip Street;
William 19.7.1867 Lair 154 Inverkip Street; Elizabeth 15.4.1882 Lair 154 Inverkip Street
CHISHOLM William, cooper Lair 154 Inverkip Street
CHISHOLM Mrs Chisholm of Port Glasgow died at Newcastle on 14th December 1831 (Greenock
Advertiser 27.12.1831)
CHISHOLM Alexander Chisholm to Jean, 3rd daughter of the late Malcolm McCormick, Inverkip, at St
Andrew’s Presbyterian, Cape Town, on 25th September 1905 (Greenock Telegraph
17.10.1905)
CHISHOLM John Chisholm, shipmaster, to Janet, eldest daughter of John Laird, merchant in Port
Glasgow, on 1st Feb 1819 at Port Glasgow. (Greenock Advertiser 16.2.1819)
CHISHOLM William, youngest son of John Chisholm, 6 Montgomerie Street, Port Glasgow, died at
Greenock Infirmary on 3rd April 1918, age 34. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1913 & Port
Glasgow Express 4.4.1913)
CHISHOLM William Chisholm, formerly of Kirn, died at 5 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 12th October
1890 - wife Elizabeth C (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1890)
CHISHOLM William Chisholm, cooper, formerly of Greenock, died at Ardgowan Street, Glasgow on 13th
July 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 16.7.1867)
CHISHOLM Mrs William Chisholm died at Greenock on 25th October 1848, age 77. (Greenock
Advertiser 27.10.1848)
CHISHOLM William Chisholm, cooper, to Janet, youngest daughter of late Captain William Milrae, at
Greenock on 11th June 1839 by Reverend Anderson. (Greenock Advertiser 14.6.1839)
CHISHOLM William Chisholm, cooper, died at Greenock on 9th May 1833. (Greenock Advertiser
13.5.1833) Jane, Mary Anne, Mrs William
CHISHOLM Captain Samuel Chisholm to Mary, youngest daughter of late George Gemmell, Troon, at 16
Shaw Street, Greenock on 30th May 1867 by Reverend W.R. Thomson. (Greenock
Telegraph 4.6.1867)
CHISHOLM Robert Fraser Chisholm, formerly of Central Bank, Perth, latterly of Customs, Aberdeen and
Greenock, died at 62 Regent Street, Greenock on 4th November 1879. (Greenock
Advertiser 5.11.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1879)
CHISHOLM Robert, son of William Chisholm, North British Railway, died at 3 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 10th February 1897 age 19 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1897)
CHISHOLM Mary Ann, eldest daughter of William Chisholm, fish-curer, to Angus Campbell, merchant,
Glenelg, on 18th July 1827 at Greenock by Rev Angus McBane. (Greenock Advertiser
3.8.1827) see Jane, William
CHISHOLM A son to Mr & Mrs Marquis Chisholm born at Chisholm Buildings, Nelson Street, Greenock
on 15th April 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1870)
CHISHOLM Archibald Chisholm, Greenock to Catherine, daughter of the late Captain Alex McLean,
Greenock at Portland Place, Dunoon, on 1st June 1858 (Greenock Advertiser 8.6.1858) see
Catherine McL
CHISHOLM John Chisholm, baker, died at 30 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 25th Aug 1863. (Greenock
Advertiser 27.8.1863)
CHISHOLM Archibald Chisholm, cooper, died at 3 Glen Street, Greenock on 24th March 1893 age 83
(Greenock Telegraph 24.3.1893) see Elizabeth C
CHISHOLM Jessie, widow of R.F. Chisholm, Customs, Greenock, died at 10 Tobago Street, Edinburgh
on 19th July 1883. (Greenock Advertiser 20.7.1883 & Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1883) see
Robert F.
CHISHOLM Jane Douglas, wife of James Chisholm, died at her father’s John Douglas, 38 St. Lawrence
Street, Greenock in Jan 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1890)
CHISHOLM Jane, youngest daughter of William Chisholm, fish-curer in Greenock, to Patrick Cameron,
Gorton, Ardnamurchan, by Rev Kenneth McKenzie on 30th Oct 1827 at Sambman, Moidart.
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(Greenock Advertiser 9.11.1827) see Mary Ann, William.
CHISHOLM James Chisholm, blacksmith, died at 5 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 10th Dec 1887 -
son of William (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1887)
CHISHOLM A daughter to Mr. & Mrs, James Chisholm, born at 35 Ingleston Street, Greenock on 21st
May 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1877)
CHISHOLM James Chisholm, blacksmith, to Mary, daughter of late Andrew Reid, at 35 Ingleston Street,
Greenock on 29th June 1875 by Rev J.A. Campbell (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1875)
CHISHOLM Isabella Miller, widow of James Chisholm, Greenock, died at her son’s, Commerce Street,
Tradeston, Glasgow on 3rd April 1852 age 83 (Greenock Advertiser 6.4.1852)
CHISHOLM Elizabeth Cumming, widow of William Chisholm, died at 5 West Stewart Street, Greenock in
Dec 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1895) see William
CHISHOLM Elizabeth, 2nd daughter of James Chisholm, blacksmith, died at 35 Ingleston Street,
Greenock on 4th July 1878 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1878)
CHISHOLM Eliza Sanderson, widow of Walter Chisholm, Galashiels, died at her son in law, William F.
Henderson, 27 Finnart Street, Greenock on 21st May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1903)
CHISHOLM Catherine, wife of John Chisholm, died at 6 Montgomerie Street, Port Glasgow on 25th
January 1897 age 64 (Greenock Telegraph 25.1.1897)
CHISHOLM Elizabeth Chisholm died at 35 Nelson Street, Greenock on 12th April 1882 age 82
(Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1882)
CHISHOLM A son to Mr & Mrs Marquis Chisholm, born at Chisholm Buildings, Nelson Street west,
Greenock on 6th May 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 9.5.1868 & Greenock Telegraph
7.5.1868)
CHISHOLM Elizabeth Clark, widow of Archibald Chisholm, cooper died at 3 Glen Street, Greenock on
4th June (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1904) see Archibald
CHITTICK James, 2nd son of late John Chittick, Port Glasgow, died at Belfast on 24th March 1910.
(Port Glasgow Express 1.4.1910) see John; John G.
CHITTICK John Chittick, husband of Margaret Mitchell, died at Glenclune Lodge, Port Glasgow on 25th
November 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1897) see Margaret M: James
CHITTICK John Grey, only son of James Chittick, died at 11a Kilnside Road, Paisley on 22nd June
1908 age 9 – buried at Port Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1908 & Port Glasgow
24.6.1907)
CHITTICK Margaret Mitchell, widow of John Chittich, blacksmith, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 11a
Kilnside Road, Paisley on 11th February 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1907) see John
CHIVERS George Gilling Chivers to Elizabeth, only daughter of Alex R. Alexander, Port Glasgow, at
Trinity Church, Givelo, South Africa on 8th August 1903. (Port Glasgow Express 2.10.1903)
CHOATE Elizabeth Cameron, formerly of Port Glasgow, wife of Mr Choate, died at Melbourne on 9th
May 1904, age 57. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1904 & Port Glasgow Express 24.6.1904)
CHORLEY Robert S. Chorley died at 9 Crawford Street, Greenock on 20th March 1861 age 56
(Greenock Advertiser 23.3.1861)
CHOWN A daughter to Mr and Mrs William E. Chown, paymaster, HMS Aurora, born at 9 Finnart
Street, Greenock on 19th April 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 20.4.1875 & Greenock
Telegraph 19.4.1875)
CHRISTENSEN Captain Hans Marsiluis Christensen committed suicide on ship ‘Hallgerda’ at James Watt
Dock on 1st September 1894 age 48. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1894).
CHRISTIE A son to Mr and Mrs John Christie, born at 36 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 9th April 1869.
(Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1869)
CHRISTIE Margaret Christie to Alexander McCulloch, at Braehead Farm on 15th June 1883. (Greenock
Telegraph 16.6.1883)
CHRISTIE Mary McCraig, widow of Malcolm Christie, carpenter, died at her son’s, Alex, 15 Lyle Street,
Greenock on 24th August 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1911) see Malcolm
CHRISTIE Mary Christie, late of Stirling, died at her brother in law’s, Andrew Ednie, 45 Belville Street,
Greenock on 4th June 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1913)
CHRISTIE Mary, 2nd daughter of Malcolm Christie tobacconist, 8 Cross-shore Street, to Captain Olof F.
Olsgren, at Waverly Hotel, Greenock on June 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1889)
CHRISTIE Mary, 3rd daughter of Andrew Christie, farmer, Netherwood, Kilmacolm to William Ritchie, at
Lynedoch Street, Glasgow on 29th December 1854. (Greenock Advertiser 2.1.1855)
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CHRISTIE Margaret McKenzie, youngest daughter of Kennedy Christie, cooper, died at 24 Tobago
Street, Greenock on 17th December 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1877)
CHRISTIE Maggie, youngest daughter of George Christie, joiner, died at 32 East Hamilton Street,
Greenock, on 12th November 1910 age 15 (Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1910)
CHRISTIE Mary Gallacher, wife of William, died at 9 East Shaw Street, Greenock in September 1877.
(Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1877)
CHRISTIE Malcolm, 2nd son of George Christie to Annie, youngest daughter of Robert Sime, late R.N.
at St John’s, Greenock on 29th December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1913)
CHRISTIE Malcolm Christie, ship carpenter, husband of Mary, died at 2 Princes Street, Greenock on
2nd July 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1898) see Mary McC.
CHRISTIE Malcolm, son of Alex Christie, blacksmith, died at 5 Hope Street, Greenock on 24th May
1884 age 2 months (Greenock Telegraph 24.5.1884)
CHRISTIE Mary Macarthur, wife of Alex Christie, railway porter, died at 65 Holmscroft Street, Greenock
on 13th November 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1890).
CHRISTIE A son to Mr and Mrs John Christie, shopman, born at 81 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on 28th
July 1874. (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1874)
CHRISTIE Robert Christie, Fulwood Park, Liverpool to Elizabeth MacKnight, daughter of late William
Crawford of Cartsburn, at St Mary’s, Cheltenham on 1st May 1858. (Greenock Advertiser
4.5.1858).
CHRISTIE John Christie, draper, eldest son of late John Christie, architect, Arbroath, died at his
sister’s, 5 Octavia Terrace, Gourock in October 1878 - wife Lillias. (Greenock Telegraph
28.10.1878)
CHRISTIE John Christie, draper, to Lillias, 3rd daughter of Adam McIlwraith, baker, at 38 Roxburgh
Street, Greenock on 23rd June 1868 by Reverend J. Stark. (Greenock Telegraph 25.6.1868)
CHRISTIE John Christie, age 60, seaman, Rennie’s land, Low Vennel, died of cholera on 10th April
1832. (Greenock Advertiser 13.4.1832)
CHRISTIE Kennedy Christie, seaman, died at Wood’s Mariners’ Home, Greenock on 31st August 1898
age 64 (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1898)
CHRISTIE Rose, widow of Joseph Christie, died at 8 Newark Place, Port Glasgow on 7th July 1901.
(Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1901 & Port Glasgow Express 12.7.1901).
CHRISTIE Alexander, son of Andrew Christie, salesman, died at 17 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock
on 22nd November 1912 age 27 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1912) see Andrew
CHRISTIE Alexander, son of Alex Christie, 18 Nicolson Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 13th
March 1901, age 16. (Greenock Telegraph 14.3.1901)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs Alex Christie, blacksmith, born at 29 Lynedoch Street, Greenock
on 8th November 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1885) Mary McCoing died on 11th
September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1886)
CHRISTIE Alexander, youngest son of David Christie, joiner, died at 69 Jamieson Place, Nicolson
Street, Greenock on 11th April 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1873)
CHRISTIE Agnes Fleming, 3rd daughter of William Christie, paper finisher, Overton, to Hector Cook
McMeekin, slater, at Crawford’s Café, Greenock on 15th November 1901. (Greenock
Telegraph 18.11.1901)
CHRISTIE Agnes, 5th daughter of late Kennedy Christie, cooper, Greenock, to John Hoskings, at St
Andrew’s, Thornhill Square, London on 28th July 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 30.7.1902)
see Jane P.
CHRISTIE A son to Mr & Mrs William N Christie, tobacco-pipe manufacturer, born at 22 Kelly Street,
Greenock on 13th April 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1888).
CHRISTIE Peter Christie, formerly of Inverkeithing, died at 26 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 24th
November 1881 age 79. (Greenock Telegraph 26.11.1881).
CHRISTIE Susan McCabe, wife of William Christie, paper finisher, died at Overton, Greenock on 21st
March 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 22.3.1913).
CHRISTIE Mary Macintosh, daughter of Alex & Jessie Christie, died at 18 Nicolson Street, Greenock on
4th December 1899 age 14½ (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1899) see Alex.
CHRISTIE Andrew Christie to Grace Vass, elder daughter of Henry E. McKenzie, wholesale fish
merchant, at 15 Newton Street, Greenock on 27th April 1882. (Greenock Telegraph
28.4.1882) see Alex
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CHRISTIE Daughter to Mr & Mrs Robert Christie, seaman, born at 27 Royal Street, Gourock on 27th
January 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1906).
CHRISTIE Peter Christie, snr, carver, formerly of Greenock, died at 2 Royal Terrace, Gourock on 10th
January 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1875).
CHRISTIE Peter Christie died at the Home, Caddlehill, Greenock in March 1909 age 73 (Greenock
Telegraph 9.3.1909).
CHRISTIE Jessie, daughter of Andrew Christie, ironmonger, died at 19 Mount Pleasant Street,
Greenock on 28th January 1899, age 4 years 10 months. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1899)
CHRISTIE Alexander, youngest son of late James Christie, Bridgend, Islay, to Jessie Orr, eldest
daughter of late James Kirkwood, Greenock, at Lonnsdale Cottages, Paisley on 29th August
1913. (Greenock Telegraph 1.9.1913)
CHRISTIE Peter Christie, mariner, formerly of Greenock, died at Edinburgh on 6th November 1857.
(Greenock Advertiser 10.11.1857).
CHRISTIE Mary Mitchell, wife of Andrew Christie, ironmonger, died at 19 Mount Pleasant Drive,
Greenock on 20th May 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1896).
CHRISTIE William B Christie to Jeanie, eldest daughter of Peter McNicol, yachtmaster, at Robertson
Place, Church Street, Gourock on 10th October 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 11.10.1890).
CHRISTIE David, 2nd son of David Christie, joiner, died at 63 Jamieson Place, Nicolson Street,
Greenock on 21st June 1872. (Greenock Telegraph 22.6.1872) see Alex; Isabella G.
CHRISTIE Fanny McDonald, youngest and only daughter of David Christie, joiner, died at 69 Jamieson
Place, Nicholson Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1877)
CHRISTIE Reverend Andrew Christie, husband of Grace McKenzie, formerly of Greenock, died at
Qulatche, Polela, South Africa on 7th November 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1908)
CHRISTIE Peter, son of Alex Christie, porter, 65 Holmscroft Street, drowned in Puddock Dam on 1st
September 1893 age 15. (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1893).
CHRISTIE Elizabeth Easdale, eldest daughter of Andrew Christie to William Johnston, at Crawford’s
Hall, Greenock on 4th July 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1905)
CHRISTIE Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Malcolm Christie, died at 2 Princes Street, Greenock on 18th
Dec 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1893)
CHRISTIE Elizabeth, daughter of William & Agnes Christie, died at 10 Sprinkell Street Greenock on 5th
June 1892 age 4yrs 6months. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1892)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr. & Mrs. Duncan Christie, baker, Callander, born at 34 Crescent Street,
Greenock on 15th Sept 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1875)
CHRISTIE George Christie, agent for the Bank of Scotland, died in Greenock on 26th November 1811.
(Greenock Advertiser 4.12.1811)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs David Christie, joiner, born at 69 Jamieson Place, Nicolson Street,
Greenock on 16th December 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1875)
CHRISTIE Elizabeth MacKnight Crawford, wife of Robert Christie, 3rd daughter of late William Crawford
of Cartsburn, died at Fulwood Park, Liverpool on 19th March 1864. (Greenock Advertiser
24.3.1864)
CHRISTIE A son to Mr and Mrs David Christie, born at 12 John Street, Greenock on 13th November
1866. (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1866)
CHRISTIE A son to Mr and Mrs Andrew Christie, salesman, born at 8 Murdieston Street, Greenock on
21st April 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1888)
CHRISTIE Andrew Christie, Glasgow, to Bessie, only daughter of late D. McFarlane, CE, R.N.,
Devonport, at 11 Manor Crescent, Gourock on 31st August 1898. (Greenock Telegraph
1.9.1898)
CHRISTIE Andrew Christie, engineer, died at 17 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 21st June 1912,
age 24. (Greenock Telegraph 21.6.1912)
CHRISTIE Archibald Christie to Agnes, 2nd daughter of John Millar, at 31 Trafalgar Street, Greenock
on 21st June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1907)
CHRISTIE Christina, daughter of late James Christie, to John Turnbull, cabinet maker, at 5 Octavia
Cottages, Greenock on 28th September 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1883)
CHRISTIE Daniel, son of George Christie, gardener, 4 Bentinck Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on
23rd October 1880 age 6 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1880)
CHRISTIE Janet Phillips, widow of George Christie, deputy harbourmaster, Glasgow, mother of Jeanie,
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died at 1 McLean Buildings, Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 15th January 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1892)
CHRISTIE Duncan Christie, baker, Callander, to Helen, youngest daughter of late Thomas McGill,
Penicuik, at 34 Crescent Street, Greenock on 4th December 1870 by Rev J Campbell.
(Greenock Advertiser 8.12.1874)
CHRISTIE J.M. Christie, clerk, Elgin, to Jessie, eldest daughter of late Alex Smith, builder, at 7 Hope
Place, Antigua Street, Greenock on 6th June 1866 by Reverend S. Sinclair (Greenock
Advertiser 9.6.1866)
CHRISTIE James Christie, formerly of Greenock, to May Emma, younger daughter of late James
Rawlings, contractor, at Putney on 21st December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 31.12.1898)
CHRISTIE Son to Mr and Mrs James Christie, vanman, born at 5 Prospecthill Street, Greenock on 27th
July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1904)
CHRISTIE Jane Campbell, youngest daughter of Andrew Christie, died at 7 Ratho Street, Greenock on
4th July 1906 age 20 (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1906)
CHRISTIE Jane Patterson, wife of Kennedy Christie, cooper, formerly of Greenock, died at Woolwich
Road, London on 14th December 1891 age 59 (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1891)
CHRISTIE Elizabeth Easdale, Mrs A. Christie, former grocer, Lyon’s Lane, died at 14 King Street, Port
Glasgow, on 2nd October 1906 - widow of Andrew Christie, tailor, Church Street, Port
Glasgow. (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1906 & Port Glasgow Express 3.10.1906)
CHRISTIE Janet, youngest daughter of George and Jessie Christie, died at Gateside Hospital,
Greenock on 8th October 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1909)
CHRISTIE George Christie, age 4, East Quay Lane, died of cholera on 6th August 1832. (Greenock
Advertiser 7.8.1832)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Christie, born at 22 Kelly Street, Greenock on 17th April
1896. (Greenock Telegraph 17.4.1896)
CHRISTIE Son to Mr and Mrs James Christie, Detective Inspector, born at 66 Kelly Street, Greenock on
5th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1899)
CHRISTIE James Murdoch Christie, formerly of Elgin, died at 83 Dempster Street, Greenock on 11th
December 1902 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 11.12.1902)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Christie, Detective Inspector, born at 22 Kelly Street,
Greenock on 5th November 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 6.11.1897)
CHRISTIE Isabella Graham, daughter of David Christie, joiner, died at 69 Jamieson Place, Nicolson
Street, Greenock on 18th December 1875, age 3 years 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph
20.12.1875) see David
CHRISTIE Isabella, daughter of late Alex Christie, Wemyss Bay, and Mrs Christie, Gourock, to William
Roberts, at 121st Street, Webster Avenue, New York on 4th November 1905. (Greenock
Telegraph 21.11.1905)
CHRISTIE Helen, daughter of William Christie, finisher, Overton, to John Ritchie, at Arcade Hall,
Greenock on 23rd August 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1888)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Christie, gardener, born at 19 Kelly Street, Greenock on
4th March 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 5.3.1884)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Christie, gardener, born at 4 Bentinck Street, Greenock
on 24th April 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 25.4.1881)
CHRISTIE Janet Mones, widow of John Christie, shipwright, died in Greenock on the 23rd January
1829.
CHRISTIE Infant daughter of George Christie, gardener, died at 4 Bentinck Street, Greenock on 13th
January 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 14.1.1879)
CHRISTIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs George Christie, gardener, born at Stoneleigh, Greenock on 31st
May 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1876)
CHRISTIE James Christie, Detective Inspector, to Helen Laird, daughter of William Tarbet, joiner, 70
Holmscroft Street, at Town Hall Saloon, Greenock on 17th July 1895. (Greenock Telegraph
18.7.1895)
CHRISTISON A son to Mr & Mrs John C Christison, confectioner, born at 65 Nicolson Street, Greenock on
4th November 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 5.11.1895).
CHRISTY Mary McCallum, wife of James Christy, formerly of Greenock, died at Victoria Docks,
London on 15th February 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 18.2.1891)
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CHRISTY George Henry, infant son of Andrew Christy, missionary, formerly of Greenock, died at
Grantville, South Africa on 23rd July 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1888).
CHRYSTAL John Chrystal, skinner, died at Greenock Infirmary on 1st April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph
2.4.1906)
CHRYSTAL Jane Chrystal died at 40 Cardwell Road, Gourock on 2nd May 1880. (Greenock Telegraph
3.5.1880)
CHUBB John Chubb, stoker, gunboat ‘Trish’, drowned in James Watt Dock, Greenock on 18th
December 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1889)
CHURCH Son to Mr and Mrs Patrick Church, assistant superintendent, born at 59 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock on 29th October 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1912)
CHURCH Son to Mr and Mrs William Church, horse shoer, born at 7 Dellingburn Street, Greenock on
6th August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1909)
CHURCH John, only son of Patrick and Maggie Church, died at 8 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 11th
October 1905 age 22 months (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1905)
CHURCH Son to Mr and Mrs Patrick Church, assistant superintendent, born at 57 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock on 24th August 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1911)
CHURCH Daughter to Mr and Mrs P. Church, born at 56 Wellington Street, Greenock on 3rd March
1905. (Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1905)
CHURCH Daughter to Mr and Mrs Patrick Church, Refuge Assurance, born at 55 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock on 2nd September 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1907)
CHURCH Jeanie, daughter of John Church, salesman, died at 50 Roxburgh Street, Greenock in April
1910. (Greenock Telegraph 9.4.1910)
CHURCH Son to Mr and Mrs Patrick Church, assistant superintendent Insurance, born at 57
Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1909)
CHURCH Son to Mr and Mrs William Church, horse shoer, born at 7 Dellingburn Street, Greenock on
5th August 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 6.8.1907)
CHURCHER George Budd Churcher, Gosport, to Lillian Maud, 2nd daughter of C.W. Rippon, 6 Morton
Terrace, Greenock, at Glasgow on 15th October 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1894)
CHURCHER A son to Mr and Mrs George B. Churcher, born at 6 Morton Terrace, Greenock on 31st May
1896. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1896)
CHURCHER A daughter to Mr and Mrs G.B. Churcher, born at 7 East Crawford Street, Greenock on 1st
December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 2.12.1898)
CINNIMOND Arthur Cinnimond, Belfast, to Helen Batty, daughter of late Nicholas Long, at St John’s,
Greenock on 13th November 1871 by Reverend C. Cole. (Greenock Advertiser 14.11.1871)
CLABBIE A daughter to Mr and Mrs James Clabbie, born at 81 Belville Street, Greenock on 13th
March 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1893)
CLABBY James, infant son of James and Margaret Clabby, died at 3 East William Street, Greenock
on 15th November 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 16.11.1899)
CLABBY Catherine Reynolds, wife of James Clabby, died at 77 Belville Street, Greenock on 5th
February 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1897) see James
CLABBY James Clabby died at 77 Belville Street, Greenock on 24th December 1900 age 63
(Greenock Telegraph 25.12.1900)
CLACHER Maggie, daughter of late Thomas Clacher, to Robert Millar, at 50 St. Lawrence Street,
Greenock on 22nd Jan 1878 by Rev T. Kay (Greenock Advertiser 24.1.1878 & Greenock
Telegraph 24.1.1878) see Thomas, Mary McJ
CLACHER Mary McJannet, widow of Thomas Clacher, coal merchant, died at 8 Carwood Street,
Greenock on 22nd November 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1885) see Maggie
CLACHER Thomas Clacher, coal merchant, died at 50 St Lawrence Street, Greenock on 30th June
1875 age 72 (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1875) see Maggie
CLACHER A son to Mr. & Mrs Daniel Clacher, born at 16 Hope Street, Greenock on 17th July 1874
(Greenock Telegraph 17.7.1874)
CLACHER Daniel Clacher to Mary, eldest daughter of late William Cuthbert, at 16 Hope Street,
Greenock on 5th September 1873 – present address – 45 Tate Road, Silvertown, London.
(Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1898)
CLACHER Daniel Clacher to Mary, eldest daughter of William Cuthbert, at 16 Hope Street, Greenock
on 5th September 1873 by Reverend A. Fullarton. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1873)
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CLAPPERTON Katherine McKenzie, daughter of late James Clapperton, 24 Lynedoch Street, to William
Kirkwood, Loglelea, Caddlehill, at Ritchie’s Hotel, Greenock on 26th September 1906.
(Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1906) see James
CLAPPERTON John Clapperton, shipwright, husband of Agnes, died at 10 Carnock Street, Greenock on
17th February 1900 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 17.2.1900)
CLAPPERTON A son to Mrs John Clapperton, widow of J. Clapperton, blacksmith, born at 12 Lynedoch
Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1884)
CLAPPERTON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Clapperton, ship broker, born at Drumslea, Greenock on
12th July 1882. (Greenock Advertiser 13.7.1882 & Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1882)
CLAPPERTON Mary Clapperton died at 12 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 25th December 1896. (Greenock
Telegraph 26.12.1896)
CLAPPERTON A son to Mr and Mrs John Clapperton, ship broker, born at 34 Margaret Street, Greenock on
18th December 1877. (Greenock Advertiser 19.12.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1877)
William Kenneth died at Westbank, Gourock on 16th January 1891. (Greenock Telegraph
17.1.1891
CLAPPERTON Thomas Clapperton, 69 Regent Street, killed in an accident at John Walker and Co’s sugar
refinery on 14th October 1875. (Greenock Advertiser 16.10.1875)
CLAPPERTON James, youngest son of late Captain John Clapperton, Greenock, died at board the ship
‘Hope’ en-route to Britain from China and Havana on 22nd July 1856 (Greenock Advertiser
2.9.1856) see Captain John.
CLAPPERTON Mary Allan McKelvie, wife of William N. Clapperton, formerly of Greenock died at Te-Pahi,
New Zealand, on 15th October 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1896) see William N:
William J.
CLAPPERTON A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Clapperton, born at the Manor House, Cartsdyke on 21st
September 1866 (Greenock Advertiser 22.9.1866)
CLAPPERTON Annie Allan, eldest surviving daughter of late John Clapperton, Greenock, to Archibald
Douglas Reid, at St Marylebone Parish Church, London on 21st April 1909 (Greenock
Telegraph 22.4.1909) see John
CLAPPERTON Catherine McKenzie, widow of Duncan Clapperton, joiner, died at 24 Lynedoch Street,
Greenock on 11th April 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1891) see Duncan
CLAPPERTON Donald Clapperton, blacksmith, husband of Marion, died at 71 Wellington Street, Greenock
on 20th October 1883 age 34. (Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1883)
CLAPPERTON Duncan Clapperton, joiner, husband of Catherine, died at 69 Regent Street, Greenock in
October 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 15.10.1875) see Duncan (1881): Catherine McK
CLAPPERTON A son to Mr & Mrs Duncan Clapperton, joiner, born at 65 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 2nd
April 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1876)
CLAPPERTON James Clapperton, boilermaker, husband of Lilly, 24 Lynedoch Street, Greenock, died at
Glasgow Western Infirmary on 4th May 1894 age 38 (Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1894) see
Katherine McK
CLAPPERTON Elizabeth Macara, widow of Captain John Clapperton, died at West Bank, Esplanade,
Greenock on 11th April 1895 age 92 (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1895) see Captain John
CLAPPERTON A son to Mr and Mrs John Clapperton, born at 61 Union Street, Greenock on 21st July 1874.
(Greenock Advertiser 23.7.1874 & Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1874)
CLAPPERTON Captain John Clapperton of Greenock and of the barque ‘St Mary’ of Glasgow, died at sea
on 2nd June 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 21.6.1838) see James: Elizabeth Mac
CLAPPERTON John Clapperton to Annie Millar, eldest daughter of Robert Allan, at Belville, Greenock on
19th July 1864 by Rev. A. McFarlane (Greenock Advertiser 21.7.1864)
CLAPPERTON John Clapperton, merchant, died at 83 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 8th October 1903 age
69 – obituary p2 (Greenock Advertiser 8.10.1903) see Annie A
CLAPPERTON A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Clapperton, born at Johnstone Street, Greenock on 5th June
1865 (Greenock Advertiser 6.6.1865) Elizabeth died at Laurel Villa on 4th May 1870
(Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1870 & Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1870)
CLAPPERTON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Clapperton, born at Laurel Villa, Johnston Street, Greenock
on 7th June 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1868 & Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1868)
CLAPPERTON A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Clapperton, born at Laurel Villa, Johnstone Street, Greenock
on 4th February 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 6.2.1871 & Greenock Advertiser 7.2.1871)
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CLAPPERTON Duncan, youngest son of late Duncan Clapperton, died at 69 Regent Street, Greenock on
31st March 1881 age 22 (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1881) see Duncan (1875)
CLAPPERTON A son to Mr & Mrs William Clapperton, sugar broker, born at 28 Ardgowan Street west,
Greenock on 18th December 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1882)
CLAPPERTON William John, eldest son of W.N. Clapperton, formerly of Greenock, died at Northern Wairoa,
New Zealand, on 5th September 1906 age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 05.11.1906) see Mary A
McK
CLAPPERTON William N Clapperton to Mary Allen, only surviving daughter of late James McKelvie, at 5
Robertson Street, Greenock on 15th September 1881 by Reverend J. Baird. (Greenock
Advertiser 16.9.1881 & Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1881)
CLAPPERTON A son to Mr & Mrs William Clapperton, formerly of Greenock, born at Cloon-Eaven, Pahi,
Kaipara, New Zealand, on 22nd November 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 07.01.1895)
CLARK William Clark, joiner with John Scott and Sons, killed in an accident at the shipyard in
Dalrymple Street, Greenock, on 20th September 1853. (Greenock Advertiser 23.9.1853)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs William Clark, born at 52 Wellington Street, Greenock on 7th
January 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1890)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs William Clark, born at 52 Wellington Street, Greenock on 15th April
1888 - John died the same day. (Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1888)
CLARK William, second son of late Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 6 Trafalgar Street, Greenock
on 15th May 1885, age 24 (Greenock Telegraph 15.5.1885) see Andrew
CLARK William Clark, marine painter, died at Seafield, Fox Street, Greenock on 10th November
1883 age 79 obituary p2. (also p2 13.11.1883) (Greenock Advertiser 12.11.1883 &
Greenock Telegraph 12.11.1883)
CLARK William, son of Hugh Clark, died at 17 Duncan Street, Greenock in May 1880. (Greenock
Telegraph 25.5.1880)
CLARK William Clark, accountant, died at 6 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 28th January 1873 -
wife Isabella K. (Greenock Advertiser 30.1.1873 & Greenock Telegraph 29.1.1873)
CLARK William Clark, accountant, to Isabella Kinnear, eldest daughter of William Steven, Brechin, at
18 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 16th January 1872 by Reverend W.W. Tulloch. (Greenock
Advertiser 18.1.1872 & Greenock Telegraph 17.1.1872)
CLARK A son to Captain and Mrs William Clark, born at 45 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 30th
March 1869. (Greenock Advertiser 1.4.1869)
CLARK Son and daughter to Mr and Mrs William Clark, born at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock
on 28th August 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1900)
CLARK Walter Clark, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 171 Butterbiggins Road, Glasgow on 8th
September 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1900)
CLARK Walter, only son of Walter and Janet Clark, engineer, died at 9 Carwood Street, Greenock
on 29th August 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1894)
CLARK Walter, only son of Duncan and Marion Clark, engineer, died at 84 Belville Street, Greenock
on 27th August 1892 age 6½ (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1892)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs W.B. Clark, born at 72 Albert Road, Gourock on 12th August 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1893) Williamina died 9th November 1893 (Greenock Telegraph
13.11.1893)
CLARK William Clark to Janet, second daughter of late John Crawford, at 61 Brisbane Street,
Greenock on 1st June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1899)
CLARK William Clark, farmer, Dunrod, to Margaret, daughter of John Maither, farmer, Borland,
Eaglesham at Borland on 3rd September 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 7.9.1867)
CLARK Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Clark, born at 56 Kelly Street, Greenock on 1st November
1911. (Greenock Telegraph 1.11.1911)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs W. B. Clark, salesman, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on
15th February 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 16.02.1892) Died 20th February 1892 (Greenock
Telegraph22.2.1892)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs W. B. Clark, salesman, born at 34 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock
on 27th February 1891 - died the same day (Greenock Telegraph 28.02.1891)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs W. B. Clark, salesman, born at 33 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 18th
July 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 18.07.1887).
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CLARK William Brown Clark, formerly of Greenock, died at London on 2nd January 1906 age 42
(Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1906) see Janet
CLARK William Brown Clark, to Janet, youngest daughter of Charles Newall, engineer, at 33
Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 31st December 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1884)
CLARK William Adam, only son of David Clark, 10 Regent Street, Greenock, died at Shanghai
Hospital on 20th June 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1910)
CLARK William Clark, engineer, died at 2 MacDougall Street, Greenock on 30th June 1895 age 33 -
wife Jessie (Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1895)
CLARK William Clark, Glasgow, to Cissy, youngest daughter of Thomas Stewart, Innellan, at Manse,
Houston Street, Greenock on 27th January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 28.1.1913)
CLARK William Clark died at 60 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 8th June 1892, age 10 years 9
months - son of John Clark (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1892)
CLARK Daughter to Mr and Mrs William Clark, boilermaker, born at 21 Octavia Cottages, Greenock
on 12th April 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1911)
CLARK William Clark died at Dunrod Farm, Inverkip on 6th June 1909 age 77. (Greenock Telegraph
7.6.1909)
CLARK William Clark to Margaret Ann, third daughter of Tom Noble, Customs, 12 South Street, at St
John’s, Greenock on 20th April 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1908)
CLARK William Clark, sugarhouse labourer, died at 29 Vennel, Greenock on 15th October 1907 age
52. (Greenock Telegraph 16.10.1907)
CLARK Thomas Clark, formerly of D.J. Dunlop and Co, Port Glasgow, died at 44 Cavendish Drive,
Rockferry, Birkenhead on 28th March 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 29.3.1912)
CLARK Son to Mr and Mrs William Clark, born at 14 West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 2nd August
1899. (Greenock Telegraph 3.8.1899)
CLARK William Clark, Springburn, to Williamina, daughter of late Donald Fraser, at Star Hotel, Port
Glasgow on 12th June 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 13.6.1913)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Clark, born at Commercial Hotel, Gourock on 26th January 1857
(Greenock Advertiser 30.1.1857)
CLARK Tina Adam, youngest daughter of David Clark, boltmaker, to William Gale, at 10 Regent
Street, Greenock on 26th August 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1902)
CLARK Robert Clark, coal trimmer, son of Joseph and Mary Ann Clark, 28 Inverkip Street,
Greenock, drowned in Loch Long on 18th August 1911 age 21 – page 2. (Greenock
Telegraph 21.8.1911)
CLARK Robert, infant son of Thomas & Margaret Clark, died at 17 East Shaw Street, Greenock on
27th July 1901 age 9 months (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1901)
CLARK Robert Clark died at 97 Port Glasgow Road, Greenock on 16th October 1897 age 76 – wife
Isabella (Greenock Telegraph 18.10.1897)
CLARK Robert, youngest son of the late John Clark, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 20th
September 1887 age 2 years 4 months (Greenock Telegraph 21.9.1887)
CLARK Mrs Robert Clark died at Wilson's Lane, Port Glasgow on 21st March 1883 (Greenock
Advertiser 23.3.1883)
CLARK Sarah, youngest daughter of Joseph Clark, rope spinner, died at 70 Ann Street, Greenock
on 12th December 1876 age 16 months. (Greenock Telegraph 13.12.1876)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Robert Clark, born at Commercial Hotel, Gourock on 31st October 1858
(Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1858)
CLARK Sarah, daughter of John Clark, engineer, 8 Argyle Street, died at Smithston on 19th April
1900 age 25. (Greenock Telegraph 21.4.1900)
CLARK Robert Clark, former hotel keeper, Gourock, died at Kent Street, Glasgow on 22nd
December 1870 age 52 (Greenock Advertiser 24.12.1870)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John S. Clark, blacksmith, born at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on 7th May
1897. (Greenock Telegraph 8.5.1897)
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs John S. Clark, blacksmith, born at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on 26th
June 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1899)
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs John S. Clark, blacksmith, born at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on 11th
May 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1902)
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CLARK Peter Clark to Margaret, 4th daughter of late George Houston, farmer, Birsay, Orkney, at 1
Laird Street, Greenock on 6th June 1848 by Reverend S. Sinclair. (Greenock Advertiser
9.6.1848)
CLARK John Thomson Clark, merchant, formerly of Greenock , died at 42 Garmoyle Road, Sefton
Park, Liverpool on 21st November 1906 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 23.11.1906)
CLARK Robert Clark, Ingleston Road, Greenock mate of ship ‘Barbarta’ died at Lamlash Bay on
17th December 1865 (Greenock Advertiser 10.3.1866)
CLARK Susan Clark died at 21 Bruce Street, Greenock on 27th November 19907, age 70.
(Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1907)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs W. B. Clark, spirit dealer, born at 45 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 19th
May 1876 (Greenock Telegraph 20.05..1876)
CLARK Thomas Clark, engineer, Pahang Corporation, 3rd son of Thomas Clark, Port Glasgow to
Mary Donaldson, daughter of William Wilson, Port Glasgow at Presbyterian Church,
Singapore on 1st October 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1902 & Port Glasgow Express
31.10.1902)
CLARK Thomas, apprentice slater, eldest son of Thomas and Esther Clark, 23 East Shaw Street,
died on way to Greenock Infirmary on 10th August 1901 after an accident at Shaw Street,
age 18. (Greenock Telegraph 12.8.1901)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Clark, born at 23 Belville Street, Greenock on 8th December
1895. (Greenock Telegraph 9.12.1895)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Clark, born at 11 Crescent Street, Greenock on 20th
January 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 22.1.1895)
CLARK Thomas Clark, ex-policeman, died at 71 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 20th December 1893
- wife Elizabeth (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1893)
CLARK Samuel, son of Samuel Clark, labourer, 59 Main Street, Greenock, killed while bird-nesting
at Auchmountain Road on 6th June 1879, age 13. (Greenock Advertiser 9.6.1879 &
Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1879)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs Thomas Clark, born at 11 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 28th March
1891. (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1891)
CLARK Tina, youngest daughter of late Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 9 Antigua Street,
Greenock on 28th July 1890 age 15. (Greenock Telegraph 29.7.1890) see Andrew
CLARK Susan, daughter of late Captain Alex Clark, to John H. MacIntosh, at Newark Halls, Port
Glasgow on 26th February 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 2.3.1897) see Captain Alex.
CLARK Susan, youngest daughter of John Clark, jeweller, to Charles Suttie, Innellan at Mount Park,
Greenock on 6th December 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 8.12.1859) see Grace
CLARK Sophia Oetjenn, wife of James W. Clark, joiner, died at 50 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on
15th January 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1913)
CLARK Sophia Boyd, widow of John Clark, engine driver, died at 24 Lyle Street, Greenock on 29th
May 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1904) see John.
CLARK Sarah McIntyre Clark, daughter of John McIntyre, died at 8 Tobago Street, Greenock in April
1905. (Greenock Telegraph 14.4.1905)
CLARK Sarah, daughter of Joseph Clark to George G. Guthrie, at Ritchie’s Hotel, Greenock on 21st
June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1911)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas Clark, born at 11 Crescent Street, Greenock on 9th May
1892. (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1892)
CLARK Mary, eldest daughter of John Clark, sailmaker, died at 63 Main Street, Greenock on 3rd
April 1873 age 2 years 5 months. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1873)
CLARK Mary Ann, wife of David Clark, died at 102 Bay Street, Port Glasgow on 11th April 1901.
(Greenock Telegraph 12.4.1901)
CLARK Mary Agnes Clark, daughter of late Captain George Clark, Ayr, died at 1 Union Street,
Greenock on 27th May 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 28.5.1913)
CLARK Mary, youngest daughter of late Edward Clark, mason, died at Greenock on 3rd September
1911 - 15 Mount Pleasant Street. (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1911)
CLARK Peter Clark died at 60 Ann Street, Greenock on 17th April 1883 age 77. (Greenock
Telegraph 17.4.1883) see Jane H.
CLARK Mary Clark died at 7 Argyle Street, Port Glasgow on 20th May 1888 age 8 years 5 days
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(Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1889)
CLARK William Birrell Clark, spirit merchant, to Mary, 2nd daughter of late Alex McDougall, farmer,
Horsecraigs, Kilmacolm, at Belville Street, Greenock on 2nd August 1875 by Rev G.
Marshall. (Greenock Advertiser 07.08.1875 & Greenock Telegraph 04.08.1875)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs Peter Clark, born at 9 Watt Street, Greenock, on 10th March 1849.
(Greenock Advertiser 13.3.1849)
CLARK Mary Jane McDonald, wife of James Clark, labourer, died at 33 Ingleston Street, Greenock
on 26th July 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1901
CLARK Mary, 2nd daughter of late Peter Clark, to John Sharp, 25 Hamilton Street; at 28 Nicholson
Street, Greenock on 6th October 1863 by Reverend A. McFarlane (Greenock Advertiser
8.10.1863)
CLARK Mary Clark, age 22, died at Sugarhouse Lane, Greenock on 20th July 1843 (Greenock
Advertiser 4.8.1843)
CLARK Martha, daughter of Captain A. Clark, to William McKenzie, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on
27th September 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 28.9.1893)
CLARK Marion Campbell, twin daughter of Captain A. Clark, died at 14 Lyle Street, Greenock on
17th December 1881 (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1881)
CLARK Margaret Napier, wife of John A. Clark, cooper, died at 5 Boyd Street, Greenock on 20th
November 1910 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1910)
CLARK Margaret McKinstray, widow of Walter Clark, died at Dunally, Lilybank, Port Glasgow on
20th November 1910 age 78 (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1910)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John S. Clark, blacksmith, born at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on 2nd Jan
1896 (Greenock Telegraph 3.1.1896)
CLARK Matthew Clark, Gas Inspector, died at Greenock Infirmary on 9th November 1873 from
injuries received at Neill, Dempster and Neill’s Refinery, age 53 - lived at 11 Dempster
Street. (Greenock Advertiser 11.11.1873 & Greenock Telegraph 10.11.1873) see Helen C
CLARK Jonathan Clark, baker, to Maggie, eldest daughter of Walter Sinclair, at 37 Lynedoch Street,
Greenock on 3rd June 1873 by Reverend E. McLean (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1873)
CLARK Son to Mr and Mrs Neil MacGregor Clark, born at 69 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on
25th May 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1912)
CLARK Neil McGregor Clark to Agnes, youngest daughter of William Reid, at 69 Ardgowan Street,
Port Glasgow on 11th August 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1911)
CLARK Neil Clark to Elizabeth Park, second daughter of late James Mitchell, at Greenock on 8th
April 1890 by special licence. (Greenock Telegraph 11.4.1890)
CLARK Neil Clark, 65 Buchan’s Land, Market Street, died of cholera on 30th April 1832. (Greenock
Advertiser 1.5.1832) see Daniel; Mrs Clark
CLARK Nat Clark, Beamish Park Company, Durham, to Jessie Mary, youngest daughter of late Alex
Neilson, writer, Port Glasgow at Windsor Street, Edinburgh on 25th January 1876.
(Greenock Advertiser 29.1.1876)
CLARK Mary Caldwell, wife of Hugh Clark, sailmaker, died at 7 Clunebrae, Port Glasgow on 25th
October 1888. (Greenock Telegraph 26.10.1888)
CLARK May, 5th daughter of Archibald Clark, baker, died at 41 Ann Street, Greenock on 19th March
1887. (Greenock Telegraph 21.3.1887)
CLARK Mary Hunter, wife of George Clark, riveter, committed suicide at Morrison’s Buildings,
Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow, on 31st January 1899 age 30. (Greenock Telegraph
1.2.1899)
CLARK Mary Scott, daughter of James Clark, blacksmith, Australia, formerly of Greenock, died at 26
Tobago Street, Greenock on 8th May 1858 age 6. (Greenock Advertiser 11.5.1858)
CLARK Mary S, only daughter of Joseph and Mary Ann Clark, died at 33 Nicolson Street, Greenock
on 10th July 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 11.7.1890)
CLARK Mary Robertson, wife of Thomas Clark, policeman, died at 80 Roxburgh Street, Greenock on
15th February 1883 age 70. (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1883)
CLARK Mary Smurrel, widow of John Clark, died at 38 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 19th July 1900.
(Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1900)
CLARK Mary McAlpin, only daughter of James Clark, grocer, died at 29a Newton Street, Greenock
on 31st March 1899 age 6 months. (Greenock Telegraph 31.3.1899)
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CLARK Maggie Gibb, eldest daughter of William Clark, farmer, to Alexander Blair, surveyor, at
Dunrod, Inverkip on 30th August 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 31.8.1893)
CLARK Michael Clark, husband of Janet, died at 33 Hamilton Street, Greenock in June 1911.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.6.1911)
CLARK Mary, 3rd daughter of late Andrew Clark, bookbinder, to James Hendry, at 24 Antigua
Street, Greenock on 16th December 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1886) see Andrew
CLARK Margaret Kerr, wife of James Clark, died at West Regent Street on 15th October 1838 - son
born 4th October 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 16.10.1838)
CLARK Lachlan Clark, jnr died at 9 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 28th February 1869 (Greenock
Advertiser 2.3.1869)
CLARK Lachlan Clark, formerly of Muriess & Clark, shipbuilders, died at 52 West Blackhall Street,
Greenock on 28th July 1865 age 74 (Greenock Advertiser 29.7.1865) see Malcolm
CLARK Julia, wife of William Clark, died at 31 Charles Street, Greenock on January 1902 (Greenock
Telegraph 20.1.1902)
CLARK Joseph William Clark, labourer, 16 Cathcart Street, Greenock, missing since 4th November
1905, found at Roseneath on 28th November 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1905)
CLARK Joseph Clark to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of late William Simpson, at 51 Vennel
Greenock on 1st July 1863 now – greengrocer, 51 Vennel. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1913)
CLARK Lilly Ross, eldest daughter of John Clark, engine driver, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock
on 26th April 1882 age 10 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1882)
CLARK Peter Clark, ironmonger, Port Glasgow, to Christina McCallum, eldest daughter of Donald
Luke, St Catherine’s, at Queen’s Rooms, Greenock on 1st February 1906 (Greenock
Telegraph 3.2.1906)
CLARK Liza Middleton, widow of John Clark, formerly of Greenock, died at 18 Moss Street, Paisley
on 11th February 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 12.2.1897)
CLARK Peter Clark, badge porter, died at 3 Virginia Street, Greenock on 25th May 1884. (Greenock
Telegraph 27.5.1884)
CLARK William Simpson, only son of Joseph Clark, greengrocer, died at 51 Vennel, Greenock on
28th June 1885 age 15yrs 3months. (Greenock Telegraph 29.06.1885).
CLARK W. Ramsay Clark, Beith, to Agnes, youngest daughter of Mitchell Hodge, 91 Albert Road,
Gourock, at Cockburn Hotel, Glasgow on 19th July 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 20.07.1899).
CLARK William Laird Clark, draughtsman, 5th son of late Thomas Clark, Port Glasgow, died at 42
Garden Reach, Calcutta on 29th July 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 01.08.1913).
CLARK William H. Clark to Jessie Mathieson, youngest daughter of late John McKillop, blacksmith,
at Queen’s Rooms, Hamilton Street, Greenock in January 1905. (Greenock Telegraph
23.01.1905).
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs W.B. Clark, spirit merchant, born at 45 Crawfurd Street, Greenock
on 27th September 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 28.09.1878).
CLARK Jonathan Clark, pastry baker, formerly of Greenock, died at Auckland, New Zealand on 14th
July 1882 age 39 (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1882)
CLARK Margaret, youngest daughter of Joseph Clark, died at 51 Vennel Greenock on 10th January
1882 (Greenock Telegraph 11.1.1882)
CLARK William B. Clark, grocer, died at 30 Brymner Street, Greenock on 15th February 1904.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.02.1904).
CLARK Margaret Barclay, only surviving daughter of late James Clark, to James F. Forrest,
merchant, Port Glasgow, at 17 Newton Street, Greenock on 1st September 1874 by
Reverend W. R. Thomson (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1874)
CLARK Margaret, daughter of James & Elizabeth Clark, 6 Nelson Street, Glebe, died at Greenock
Infirmary on 4th February 1910 (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1910)
CLARK Margaret, eldest daughter of Joseph Clark, ladies’ hatter, 10 Watt Street, to George
Fensom, Petty Officer, H.M.S. Acherus, Chatham, at St John’s Greenock on 7th January
1908. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1908)
CLARK Margaret, daughter of David Clark, bottmaker, to Thomas Bowie, at Grosvenor Terrace,
Greenock on 26th June 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1905)
CLARK Margaret, 2nd daughter of late James Clark, died at 58 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on
10th July 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1903)
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CLARK Laurence Clark to Janet, 2nd daughter of late John Paul, at 8 West Stewart Street,
Greenock on 30th October 1849 by Reverend J. Smith (Greenock Advertiser 2.11.1849)
CLARK Maggie, youngest daughter of Walter & Janet Clark, died at 8 Carwood Street, Greenock on
12th May 1895 age 2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.5.1895) see Walter
CLARK Margaret Hughsen, wife of Duncan Clark, shipwright, died at 1 Duncan Street, Greenock on
9th March 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1877)
CLARK Maggie, only surviving daughter of late William Clark, Greenock, to Hugh MacMillan jnr,
mercantile clerk, at 43 Moir Street, Glasgow on 24th March 1881 (Greenock Telegraph
30.3.1881)
CLARK Margaret, widow of James Clark, died at her son-in-law’s, 17 Newton Street, Greenock on
4th July 1873 (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1873)
CLARK Margaret, 2nd daughter of Andrew Clark, merchant, to Hugh Steel, grocer, at Mount Park,
Greenock, on 23rd March 1847 by Reverend T. Finlayson (Greenock Advertiser 26.3.1847)
CLARK Margaret, youngest daughter of Captain G. Clark, died at West Stewart Street, Greenock on
25th May 1838 (Greenock Advertiser 28.5.1838) see Captain George
CLARK Miss Margaret Clark died at Greenock on 28th March 1810 (Greenock Advertiser 9.4.1810)
CLARK Malcolm, son to Lachlan Clark, died at West Blackhall Street, Greenock on 30th May 1861
age 20 (Greenock Advertiser 1.6.1861) see Lachlan
CLARK Margaret, eldest daughter of Thomas Clark, to William Laverty, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock
on 28th May 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1903)
CLARK Hugh Clark, violinist, husband of Jeanie Paterson, died at12 Brymner Street, Greenock on
20th November 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 20.11.1912)
CLARK James, only surviving son of John Clark, tailor, died at 14 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 17th
May 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 20.5.1851)
CLARK James Clark, shipping master, died at Greenock on 21st Oct 1847 age 41. Obituary p2.
(Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1847)
CLARK James Clark, shipping-master, to Margaret, 2nd daughter of late Daniel O’May, shipmaster,
Greenock, on 4th June 1838 on 4th June 1838 at Greenock. (Greenock Advertiser 4.6.1838)
CLARK Isabella Tait, widow of Robert Clark, late of Port Glasgow Road, died at 23 Crescent Street,
Greenock on 11th June 1913 age 84. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1913)
CLARK Isabella Malcolm, widow of Archibald Clark, Customs, aunt of Daniel Ross, died at 6
Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 11th December 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1883)
CLARK Durward Clark to Mary, eldest daughter of Matthew Killoch, at Rosebank, Port Glasgow, on
7th June 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 8.6.1907)_
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs Hugh Clark, born at 12 Brymner Street, Greenock on 21st April 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1913)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Clark, engineer, born at 9 Hill Street, Greenock 4th Dec
1874. (Greenock Telegraph 5.12.1874)
CLARK Hugh Clark to Jane Crawford, 4th daughter of John Paterson, shipwright, 12 Brymner Street,
at Greenock on 26th April 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1912)
CLARK Hugh Clark, former policeman, father of Robert, died at 43 Ann Street, Greenock on 23rd
August 1902 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1902)
CLARK Hugh Clark, labourer, 4 Cartsburn Street, missing since June, found in Victoria Harbourer,
Greenock on 1st July 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1889)
CLARK Hettie, daughter of James W. Clark, blacksmith, 52 Holmscroft Street, to Robert D. Cook,
marine engineer, at Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 5th January 1910.(Greenock Telegraph
7.1.1910)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs Henry Clark, Postal Telegraphs, born at 40 Grant Street, Greenock on 28th
May 1905 (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1905)
CLARK Henry Clark, to Agnes McMillan, youngest daughter of B. Russell, marine engineer,
Shanghai, at Tontine, Greenock on 12th October 1904 (Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1904)
CLARK Mrs Isabella Clark died at 30 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 13th July 1888 age 68.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1888)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Clark born at 17 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 22nd Mar
1890. (Greenock Telegraph 243.1890)
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CLARK James London Clark, engineer, son of John T. Clark, formerly of Greenock, died at 48
Carrick Street, Smithdown Road, Liverpool on 5th Mar 1893 (Greenock Telegraph
13.3.1893)
CLARK James Ferguson, infant son of William Clark, plater, died at 29 Trafalgar Street, Greenock
on 3rd Feb 1894 age 5months. (Greenock Telegraph 5.2.1894)
CLARK James, eldest son of James Clark, died at 5 King Street, Port Glasgow in Sept 1913 age 30.
(Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1913)
CLARK James Clark, painter, 2 Mount Lane, Regent Street, Greenock died at Western Infirmary,
Glasgow on 3rd Sept 1912 – p2 - wife Isabel (Greenock Telegraph 4.9.1912)
CLARK James Clark, joiner, died at Greenock on 29th Oct 1905 age 75. (Greenock Telegraph
31.10.1905)
CLARK James Clark, labourer, 33 Ingleston Street, Greenock, died at Glasgow Western Infirmary on
20th Aug 1901. (Greenock Telegraph 21.8.1901)
CLARK James, 4th son of Matthew Clark, died at 51 Regent Street, Greenock on 2nd April 1870 age
12. (Greenock Telegraph 4.4.1870)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Clark, born at 11 Crescent Street, Greenock on 20th Jan
1895. (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1895)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs James Clark, engineer, born at 11 Hill Street, Greenock on 9th August
1872. (Greenock Telegraph 10.8.1872) James Kerr died 20th July 1876 (Greenock
Telegraph 21.7.1876)
CLARK James Clark to Sarah, 2nd daughter of James Wylie, at Cartsburn Hall, Greenock on
January 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1886)
CLARK James Clark, Anchor Thread, Paisley, died at Redholm, Wemyss Bay on 3rd Aug 1881 age
60. (Greenock Advertiser 3.8.1881)
CLARK James Clark, father of James, died at 3 St. Andrews Street, Greenock on 28th June 1881
age 50. (Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1881)
CLARK James Clark rigger, to Christina, youngest daughter of late George Knaggs, porter, at
County Buildings, Nelson Street west, Greenock on 13th Oct 1876 by Sheriff Smith.
(Greenock Telegraph 14.10.1876)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs James Clark, engineer, born at 11 Hill Street, Greenock on 10th Nov
1878. (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1878)
CLARK Captain Henry Clark of the ship ‘Inkerman’, Greenock, lost overboard from Liverpool to
Charleston on 14th February 1860 age 28 (Greenock Advertiser 7.4.1860)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs James Clark, grocer, born at 29a Newton Street, Greenock on 9th May
1897. (Greenock Telegraph 10.5.1897)
CLARK Lizzie Bradshaw, 2nd daughter of James Clark, to Archibald McKinnon, at Mechanics
Institute on 29th December 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1897)
CLARK Henry Clark to Christina, youngest daughter of late William Innes, Greenock, at 136 Hospital
Street, Glasgow on 23rd April 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1897)
CLARK Elizabeth Powell, widow of William Clark, died at 14 William Street, Greenock on 29th
January 1872 age 52 – p2. (Greenock Telegraph 30.1.1872)
CLARK Elizabeth McCutcheon, wife of John S. Clark, blacksmith, died at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on
2nd December 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 3.12.1890)
CLARK Lizzie Howat, 2nd daughter of David Clark, to Archibald Balloch, at Crawford’s Halls,
Greenock on 20th September 1894 (Greenock Telegraph 22.9.1894)
CLARK Elizabeth Gentry, wife of James B. Clark, collector, died at 25 Dempster Street, Greenock on
19th October 1877 (Greenock Advertiser 23.10.1877 & Greenock Telegraph 22.10.1877)
CLARK Elizabeth Douglas, widow of Archibald Clark, formerly of Glasgow, died at 56 Kelly Street,
Greenock on 22nd December 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1911)
CLARK Ellen, wife of James Clark, died at 16 East Shaw Street, Greenock in October 1873.
(Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1873)
CLARK Elizabeth Dores Clark, 39 Springburn Road, Glasgow, died at 5 Ashton Terrace, Gourock on
18th July 1900 age 45. (Greenock Telegraph 20.7.1900)
CLARK Ellen McClatchie, wife of James Clark, joiner, died at 33 Lynedoch Street, Greenock on 9th
April 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1897)
CLARK Elizabeth Boyd, 2nd daughter of late of Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 9 Antigua Street,
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Greenock on 27th June 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1890) see Andrew
CLARK Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Robert & Hannah Clark, died at 4 Duff Street, Greenock on
31st October 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 3.11.1913)
CLARK Lizzie, 3rd daughter to William Clark, to Robert Howie, Flatterton, at Dunrod, Inverkip on
16th August 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 17.8.1899)
CLARK Elizabeth, daughter of William & Helen Clark, died at 24 Belville Street, Greenock on 17th
July 1895 age 2½ (Greenock Telegraph 18.7.1895)
CLARK Edward Clark, mason, died at 17 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 25th July 1902 -
father of Sarah. (Greenock Telegraph 25.7.1902)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs Durward Clark, fitter, born at 10 Carwood Street, Greenock on 4th May
1908 (Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1908) Alexander died 22nd May 1908 (Greenock Telegraph
23.5.1908)
CLARK William, infant son of John & Catherine Clark, blacksmith, died at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on
14th Feb 1895 (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1895)
CLARK George Clark, engineer, to Jessie Brown, only daughter of late Peter Carnochan, at 11
Crescent Street, Greenock on 8th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 9.6.1906)
CLARK Jane Clark, mother of John, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock in September 1883.
(Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1883)
CLARK Mrs Helen Murdoch Clark, office-keeper, Neill, Clark and Orkney, writers, died at 16 Kelly
Street, Greenock on 15th July 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 16.7.1891)
CLARK Helen Christie, widow of Matthew Clark, died at 11 Dempster Street, Greenock on 20th
February 1884, age 59 (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1884) see Matthew
CLARK Helen, third daughter of late John Clark, 6 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow, to William Rolland
Haggan, at Ashcroft, British Columbia, on 22nd April 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 20.5.1913)
CLARK Hector, son of late Archibald Clark, died at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 21st April 1893.
(Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1893)
CLARK Hannah Irving, third daughter of late Archibald Clark, baker, to Matthew Mackie, Beith, at 68
Union Street, Greenock on 31st March 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 2.4.1909) see Archibald
CLARK Elizabeth Shearer, widow of Thomas Clark, died at 71 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 9th
November 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 9.11.1912)
CLARK Grace, eldest daughter of John Clark, jeweller, to William Bone, merchant at Mount Park,
Greenock on 10th March 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 12.3.1859) see Susan; Catherine A;
John; Grace McNab
CLARK Mrs Henry Clark died at Violet Grove, Gourock on 3rd December 1876 (Greenock Advertiser
7.12.1876)
CLARK Mrs George Clark died at 10 Brisbane Street, Greenock on 11th January 1889. (Greenock
Telegraph 12.1.1889)
CLARK Captain George Clark, formerly of the Royal Ayrshire Militia, died at Greenock on 5th July
1840. (Greenock Advertiser 7.7.1840) see Margaret
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs Francis Clark born at 16 Inchgreen Street, Port Glasgow on 22nd
December 1891. (Greenock Telegraph 23.12.1891)
CLARK Flora McNicol, wife of John Clark, boilermaker, died at 19 Ingleston Place, Greenock on 13th
February 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1909)
CLARK Fanny, 3rd daughter of Joseph Clark, rope spinner, to William Andrew, blacksmith, at
Masonic Temple, Greenock on 28th September 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 2.10.1899)
CLARK Ethel May, daughter of James and Charlotte Clark, died at 29 Cathcart Street, Greenock on
17th September 1892 age 20 days. (Greenock Telegraph 17.9.1892)
CLARK Grace McNab, widow of John Clark, jeweller, died at 40 Forsyth Street, Greenock on 7th
January 1872. (Greenock Advertiser 9.1.1872 & Greenock Telegraph 8.1.1872)
CLARK John Clark to Margaret Ross, at St. John’s, Greenock on 14th June 1901. (Greenock
Telegraph 17.6.1901)
CLARK John, son of James Clark, died at 12 Serpentine Walk, Greenock on 26th June 1890 age 4
months (Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1890)
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Clark, born at 74 Ann Street, Greenock on 7th July 1910.
(Greenock Telegraph 8.7.1910).
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CLARK John Clark, foreman engineer, brother of Robert, died at 33 Hopeton Street, Gourock on
29th June 1910 age 55. (Greenock Telegraph 30.6.1910)
CLARK John Clark, hairdresser, 2nd youngest son of Malcolm Clark, formerly of Greenock, died at
Cumbrae View, Fairlie on 10th September 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 11.9.1909)
CLARK John Clark, husband of Mary Evans, 62 Ann Street, died at Smithston on 5th January 1908.
(Greenock Telegraph 6.1.1908)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, cooper, born at 38 Ann Street, Greenock on 29th November
1903. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1903)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs John Clark born at Dunrod Farm, Inverkip on 18th June 1913. (Greenock
Telegraph 19.6.1913)
CLARK John, son of David & Agnes Clark, died at 41 Nicolson Street, Greenock on 19th October
1902 age 5months. (Greenock Telegraph 20.10.1902)
CLARK John Clark, husband of Rachel Findlay, died at 5 Clyde Street, Port Glasgow on 26th July
1911. (Greenock Telegraph 27.7.1911)
CLARK John Clark died at 36 Hamilton Street, Greenock on 24th July 1896 - wife Mary (Greenock
Telegraph 24.7.1896)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Clark, seaman, born at 1 Ardgowan Street, Glebe, Greenock
on 10th November 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 11.11.1896)
CLARK John Clark, 2nd officer, brother of Mr Clark, sailmaker, Clune Brae, Port Glasgow, lost with
the ship ‘Osseo’, near Holyhead in 30th December 1894 from Falmouth to Ardrossan age 40
(Greenock Telegraph 4.1.1895) see James
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, fitter, born at 7 Serpentine Walk, Greenock on 10th August
1893 (Greenock Telegraph 11.8.1893)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs John Clark, flesher, born at 22 Market Street, Greenock on 9th
February 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 11.2.1892)
CLARK James W. Clark, Greenock, to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas McDonald, at Braehead,
Blanefield on 6th July 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 9.7.1900)
CLARK John, youngest son of John & Flora Clark, fitter, 19 Ingleston Place, died at his
grandmother’s, 22 Crescent Street, Greenock on 23rd May 1903. (Greenock Telegraph
26.5.1903)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John A Clark, cooper, born at 7 Boyd Street, Greenock on 1st May 1877.
(Greenock Telegraph 2.5.1877).
CLARK Mary, widow of Charles Clark, died at 17 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 31st May 1905 age
69. (Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1905)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John S. Clark, blacksmith, born at 6 Lyle Street, Greenock on 3rd March
1893 (Greenock Telegraph 3.3.1893)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John Henry Clark, cooper, born at 38 Ann Street, Greenock on 3rd April
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 3.4.1906)
CLARK John G. Clark to Jessie, eldest daughter of John Bone, at Broadstone, Port Glasgow on 24th
February 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 27.2.1899)
CLARK John E. Clark, formerly of Customs, died at 23 Nelson Street west, Greenock on 28th
December 1898 age 64. (Greenock Telegraph 29.12.1898)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs John A Clark, cooper, born at 7 Boyd Street, Greenock on 14th
November 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 15.11.1884)
CLARK John Clark, Dunrod Farm, to Agnes Maitland, youngest daughter of James Blair, Bankfoot,
Inverkip, at Tontine, Greenock on 11th October 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 12.10.1910).
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs John A. Clark, cooper, born at 7 Boyd Street, Greenock on 10th
September 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 10.9.1878)
CLARK John Clark, formerly of Greenock, died at 18 Moss Street, Paisley on 5th May 1889 age 49
(Greenock Telegraph 6.5.1889)
CLARK John Clark, 3 Ladyburn Street, died at Smithston Hospital on 26th October 1913 age 74 –
P2. (Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1913).
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs John Clark, ironmonger, born at 39 Brougham Street, Greenock on
15th September 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 15.9.1913).
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, warehouseman, born at 128 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on
19th August 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 20.8.1912).
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CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs John Clark born at 20 Bearhope Street, Greenock on 28th June 1912.
(Greenock Telegraph 29.6.1912).
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, born at 38 Brymner Street. Greenock on 23rd Sept 1913
(Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1913)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, born at 38 Brymner Street, Greenock on 4th March 1912
(Greenock Telegraph 4.3.1912)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs John A. Clark, cooper, born at 7 Boyd Street, Greenock on 20th
December 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 20.12.1880)
CLARK Janet Anderson, daughter of David and Janet Clark, compositor, died at 11 East Crawford
Street, Greenock on 1st September 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1912)
CLARK John Clark, youngest son of late Duncan Clark, shipwright, lost with the ‘Glenfinart’ from the
Clyde to San Francisco in 1891 (Greenock Telegraph 25.5.1891)
CLARK Jessie, daughter of David and Agnes Clark, died at 19 Crawfurd Street, Greenock on 16th
August 1913 age 5 years 4 months. (Greenock Telegraph 18.8.1913)
CLARK Jessie Clark died at her nephew’s, John S. Clark, 31 Nelson Street west, Greenock in
December 1906 age 70 (Greenock Telegraph 17.12.1906)
CLARK Jessie, only daughter of Peter Clark, feuar, to Captain Angus Taylor, ship ‘Berbice’, at 60
Ann Street, Greenock on 17th December 1878 by Reverend M. McAskill. (Greenock
Advertiser and Greenock Telegraph 18.12.1878)
CLARK Jeanie McDonald, wife of John T. Clark, wine merchant, died at Grosvenor Place, 2
Wellington Street, Greenock on 27th October 1883 (Greenock Advertiser and Greenock
Telegraph 27.10.1883)
CLARK Janet Scott, eldest daughter of James and Isabella Clark, died at 26 West Burn Street,
Greenock on 14th August 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 15.8.1912)
CLARK Jessie Currie, eldest daughter of Walter Clark, engineer, 6 Carwood Street, to Andrew Scott
Ferguson, at Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 29th June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph
30.6.1911)
CLARK Janet Livingstone, wife of Robert Clark, died at Commercial Hotel, Greenock on 9th July
1867. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1867)
CLARK Jessie Donald, daughter of John T. Clark, wine merchant, to Joseph Nicol, at Grosvenor
Place, Greenock on 23rd September 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1886) see Jane McD.
CLARK Janet, youngest daughter of late Charles Newall, Greenock, widow of William B. Clark, died
at London on 13th June 1911. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1911) see William R.
CLARK Janet, daughter of late Captain Laurence Clark, died at 14 Regent Street, Greenock on 16th
May 1898 age 85. (Greenock Telegraph 17.5.1898)
CLARK Janet, 2nd daughter of late Robert Clark, to Thomas B. Bingham, at Waverley Hotel,
Greenock on 22nd February 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 24.2.1898)
CLARK Jane McDonald, youngest daughter of J.T. Clark, formerly of Greenock, to Grant McIver,
Edinburgh, chief engineer SS Rosana, at St. Nicholas, Liverpool on 17th July 1890.
(Greenock Telegraph 19.7.1890)
CLARK Jane Holms, widow of Peter Clark, died at 60 Ann Street, Greenock on 5th October 1906.
(Greenock Telegraph 5.10.1906) see Peter
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs James Clark, formerly of Greenock, born at 116 Centre Street, Eaw,
Claire, Wisconsin on 26th Jan 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1889)
CLARK Janet McNeilage, 2nd daughter of late Archibald Clark, baker, Greenock, to Charles Fettes
at The Cross, Beith on 15th July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 23..1904) see Archibald
CLARK Mrs John Clark, wife J. Clark, died at 12 Duncan Street, Greenock in January 1870.
(Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1870)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, blacksmith, born at 11 Dempster Street, on 14th July 1888
(Greenock Telegraph 14.7.1888) James died 16th September 1888 (Greenock Telegraph
17.9.1888)
CLARK John Clark, engine driver, died at 3 Regent Street, Greenock on 29th May 1886 age 51
(Greenock Telegraph 31.5.1886) see Sophia B
CLARK John, son of John Clark, died at 68 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock, on 26th April 1885 age 10
months. (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1885)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs John Clark, born at 4 Kilblain Street, Greenock on 26th October 1881
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(Greenock Telegraph 27.10.1881)
CLARK John Clark, tailor, Liverpool, died after a fall at 4 Vennel Greenock on 4th May 1880 age 37
(Greenock Advertiser 5.5.1880 & Greenock Telegraph 5.5.1880)
CLARK John Clark, Gatehouse, Kirkcudbright, to Jane, 2nd surviving daughter of late John Porter,
Dalry, Edinburgh, at 6 Kelly Street, Greenock on 26th December 1876 by Reverend
McCulloch. (Greenock Telegraph 26.12.1876)
CLARK Jessie, youngest daughter of John Clark, carter, died at 60 Wellington Street, Greenock on
13th December 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 16.12.1913)
CLARK John Clark, husband of Janet, died at 69 Holmscroft Street, Greenock in October 1873.
(Greenock Telegraph 29.10.1873)
CLARK James Walter, son of James and Mary Clark, blacksmith, died at 52 Holmscroft Street,
Greenock on 21st September 1909 age 3 years 10 months. (Greenock Telegraph
22.9.1909)
CLARK John, youngest son of Matthew Clark, died at 51 Regent Street, Greenock on 7th December
1868 age 2 years 11 months. (Greenock Telegraph 8.12.1868)
CLARK John Clark, jeweller, died at Mount Park, Greenock on 17th October 1866 age 78.
(Greenock Advertiser 18.10.1866) see Grace.
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs John Clark, born at 63 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 2nd September
1866. (Greenock Telegraph 3.9.1866)
CLARK John, infant son of Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 13 West Stewart Street, Greenock in
November 1862. (Greenock Advertiser 22.11.1862)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs John Clark, born at West Regent Street, Greenock on 4th October
1838. (Greenock Advertiser 16.10.1838) Mrs Clark died 15th October 1838.
CLARK John Clark, flesher, died at Port Glasgow on 6th August 1837 age 85. (Greenock Advertiser
7.8.1837)
CLARK John Clark, engineer, Greenock, to Janet, 2nd daughter of John Givens, at Adamson’s
Buildings, Port Glasgow on 24th June 1870 by Reverend G. Horn. (Greenock Advertiser
30.6.1870)
CLARK Andrew Clark died at his sister’s Jessie MacPherson, 89 Dempster Street, Greenock in
January 1895 age 60 (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1895)
CLARK Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 54 Ann Street, Greenock on 15th January 1879.
(Greenock Advertiser 16.01.1879 & Greenock Telegraph 16.01.1879) see Andrew (1882) ;
Mary ; William ; Donald Mc F
CLARK Ann Galbraith, daughter of Alex and Jane Clark, blacksmith, died at 29 Lynedoch Street,
Gourock on 13th August 1912 age 2 years 9 months. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1912)
CLARK Ann Binny, widow of John Clark, Forfar, died at 29 Dempster Street, Greenock on 27th
November 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1875)
CLARK Annie, youngest daughter of late Robert Clark, Port Glasgow, died at 25 Crescent Street,
Greenock on 12th February 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 14.2.1902)
CLARK Angus Clark to Ann Dick, eldest daughter of Andrew White, at Waverly Hotel, Greenock on
27th June 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 28.6.1906)
CLARK Andrew Gordon, infant son of Captain Andrew G. Clark, Greenock, died at D. McCallum’s,
12 Brookland Road, Birkenhead on 17th April 1887 age 16 months. (Greenock Telegraph
20.4.1887)
CLARK Annie Paul, eldest daughter of late Captain Lawrence Clark, Greenock, to John Hannah, at
Warwick Street, Glasgow on 30th April 1877. (Greenock Telegraph 3.5.1877)
CLARK Andrew Clark to Catherine Janet, younger daughter of late John MacPherson, Greenock
and Valparaiso, at Dunbritton, Bearsden on 1st December 1903. (Greenock Telegraph
2.12.1903)
CLARK Anna, widow of Richard Clark, died at 70 Wellington Street, Greenock on 17th January
1908. (Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1908)
CLARK Andrew Clark, Bower, Kilbarchan, to Abigail, daughter of late Matthew Scott, at Craigends,
Denniston, Kilmacolm on 3rd July 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 5.7.1894)
CLARK Twin daughters to Captain and Mrs Andrew A. Clark, born at 9 Lynedoch Street, Greenock
on 4th April 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 5.4.1880) see Barbara R.C.
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Andrew A. Clark, sailmaker, born at 9 Lynedoch Street, Greenock
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on 23rd May 1877 (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1877) Mary Farmer died on 24th August 1878
(Greenock Telegraph 26.8.1878)
CLARK Captain Andrew Clark, Port Glasgow, died at Pensacola on September/ October 1882 of
yellow fever age 54. (Greenock Advertiser 30.10.1882)
CLARK Andrew, eldest son of late Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 3 Orangefield Place, Greenock
on 9th February 1882 age 23. (Greenock Advertiser 10.02.1882 & Greenock Telegraph
10.02.1882) see Andrew (1879) ; David N. ; Elizabeth B. Tina
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, baker, born at 41 Ann Street, Greenock on 9th
July 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1885)
CLARK Andrew Clark, native of Saltcoats, died at Wood’s Mariners’ Home, Greenock on 29th April
1908. (Greenock Telegraph 30.4.1908)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Clark, born at 1 Armadale Place, Greenock on 25th May
1871. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1871)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, baker, born at 41 Ann Street, Greenock on 26th
May 1883. (Greenock Telegraph 26.5.1883)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, baker, born at 41 Ann Street, Greenock on 25th
September 1881. (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1881)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, baker, born at 41 Ann Street, Greenock on 6th
October 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 6.10.1879)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, baker, born at 26 Sir Michael Street, Greenock on 7th
August 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1873)
CLARK Archibald Clark, baker, died at 13 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 3rd December 1897.
(Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1897) see Janet McN: Hannah I.
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Clark, watchmaker, born at Armadale Place, Bank Street,
Greenock on 6th January 1878. (Greenock Telegraph 7.1.1878 & Greenock Advertiser
8.1.1878)
CLARK Ann Jane Miller, wife of Hugh Clark, died at 17 Duncan Street, Greenock on June 1879.
(Greenock Telegraph 14.6.1879)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Clark, born at 1 Armadale Place, Greenock on 9th
January 1873. (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1873) Margaret Ewing died at 2 Esplanade on 5th
March 1886 (Greenock Telegraph 6.3.1886)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Clark born at 31 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 31st May 1870.
(Greenock Advertiser 04.06.1870)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Clark, born at Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock on 8th
September 1869. (Greenock Telegraph 8.9.1869)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Archibald Clark, born at Armadale Place, Bank Street, Greenock on 15th
January 1868. (Greenock Telegraph 15.1.1868)
CLARK Archibald Clark, jeweller, died at 42 Robertson Street, Greenock on 23rd Dec 1903 – obit p2
25.12.1903. (Greenock Telegraph 24.12.1903)
CLARK Archibald Clark, jeweller, to Maggie, daughter of William Bone, merchant, at 21 Brisbane
Street, Greenock on12th April 1867 by Rev J. McFarlan. (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1867)
CLARK Archibald Clark died at 6 Crawford Street, Greenock on 4th March 1863 age 82. (Greenock
Advertiser 5.3.1863)
CLARK A son to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, born at Barr’s Brae, Port Glasgow on 20th August
1856. (Greenock Advertiser 29.8.1856)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs Archibald Clark, born at 5 Armadale Place, Greenock on 12th June
1874. (Greenock Telegraph 12.6.1874) Catherine Ann died on 9th March 1875 (Greenock
Telegraph 10.3.1875)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs A. Clark, born at 6 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 19th November
1875. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1875)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs Andrew Clark, born at 54 Ann Street, Greenock on 21st January
1875. (Greenock Advertiser 23.01.1875)
CLARK Agnes Leitch Blair, widow of Duncan Clark, died at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow on 1st December
1895 age 78. (Greenock Telegraph 4.12.1895)
CLARK Agnes Denver, wife of David Clark, railway guard, died at 13 Brougham Street, Greenock on
4th June 1907. (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1907)
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CLARK Agnes Cruden, wife of John Clark, labourer, died at 38 Sir Michael Street, Greenock in
March 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1880)
CLARK Duncan Clark, engineer, husband of Marion Brown, died at 13 Watt Street, Greenock on
11th May 1913 (Greenock Telegraph 12.5.1913)
CLARK Agnes Christie, wife of Alex Clark, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Belfast on 9th January
1888. (Greenock Telegraph 13.1.1888)
CLARK Agnes Ralston, widow of James Clark, died at 58 Drumfrochar Road, Greenock on 13th May
1877. (Greenock Telegraph 14.5.1877)
CLARK Agnes Clark died at 9 Royal Street, Gourock on 28th July 1881. (Greenock Telegraph
30.7.1881)
CLARK Captain Alex Clark, steamship ‘Firefly’ to Margaret, eldest daughter of late Captain Gabriel
Alexander, Greenock, at Greenock on 23rd February 1846 by Reverend S. Sutherland – 1st
wife (2nd Susan Gibson) (Greenock Advertiser 24.2.1846)
CLARK Mrs Clark died from injuries received in a fire at Kilblain Street, Greenock on 30th August
1870, in Greenock Infirmary on 1st September 1870 age 70. (Greenock Advertiser 3.9.1870)
CLARK Miss Clark died at 29 Brougham Street, Greenock on 3rd October 1863 age 68. (Greenock
Advertiser 6.10.1863)
CLARK A daughter to Captain and Mrs Clark, born at West Stewart Street, on 1st April 1837.
(Greenock Advertiser 3.4.1837)
CLARK Mrs Clark, age 46, Buchan’s land, Market Street, died of cholera on 3rd May 1832.
(Greenock Advertiser 4.5.1832) see Daniel Neil.
CLARK Margaret 8.7.1871 Lair 227 Inverkip Street; Edward 23.3.1868 Lair 99 Inverkip Street; Mary
12.2.1874 Lair 452 Inverkip Street; Edward 26.2.1874 Lair 99 Inverkip Street; Edward
14.8.1875 Lair 99 Inverkip Street; Hugh 29.9.1876 Lair 99 Inverkip Street; Edward 7.9.1877
Lair 99 Inverkip Street; Ann Campbell 3.4.1881 Lair 99 Inverkip Street; Peter 29.4.1869 Lair
240 Duncan Street; Agnes 2.1.1885 Lair 240 Duncan Street; Janet (84) 18.5.1898 Lair 149
Duncan Street; Janet (90) 6.4.1905 Lair 240 Duncan Street
CLARK George 18.6.1947 Port Glasgow; Duncan Lair 138 Inverkip Street; John Lair 227 Inverkip
Street; John Lair 327 Inverkip Street; John Lair 331 Inverkip Street; Duncan Lair 452
Inverkip Street; William, vintner Lair 471 Inverkip Street; Andrew, grocer 16.3.1825 Duncan
Street; Donald, former spirit dealer 6.12.1841 Lair 240 Duncan Street;
CLARK James Clark, sailmaker, brother of Mr Clark, sailmaker, Clune brae, Port Glasgow, lost with
ship ‘Osseo’ from Falmouth to Ardrossan off Holyhead on 30th Dec 1894 age 38. (Greenock
Telegraph 4.1.1895) see John
CLARK Rev Alexander Clark, Eddrachillis, Sutherland, to Mary McLaren, elder daughter of late
Daniel Hamilton, at 5 Octavia Cottages, Greenock on 3rd July 1912 (Greenock Telegraph
4.7.1912)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs A Clark, born at Greenock on 25th February 1873. (Greenock
Advertiser 27.02.1873 & Greenock Telegraph 26.02.1873)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs A. Clark, born at 29 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 29th July 1867.
(Greenock Advertiser 30.07.1867)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Andrew Clark, born at 13 West Stewart Street Greenock on 14th
December 1860 (Greenock Advertiser 15.12.1860)
CLARK Andrew Clark, merchant, died at Mount Park, Greenock, on 1st December 1847. (Greenock
Advertiser 03.12.1847)
CLARK Allan Clark, Glasgow to Mary Crawford, eldest daughter of William Broadfoot, at 51
Brougham Street, Greenock on 8th January 1873 by Reverend J.B. Smith. (Greenock
Advertiser 09.01.1873 & Greenock Telegraph 09.01.1873)
CLARK Allan Clark, shoemaker, poorhouse Greenock, died in Stanners Street, Greenock on 5th
December 1863 (Greenock Advertiser 08.12.1863)
CLARK Agnes McFadyen, widow of Sween Clark, blacksmith, formerly of Greenock, died at 5 Wood
Square, Carlisle on 28th May 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 30.5.1887)
CLARK Alex M Clark died at Mount Park, Greenock on 31st Dec 1864 (Greenock Advertiser
3.1.1865)
CLARK Agnes Crawford, widow of William Clark, died at 7 Mill Street, Greenock on 30th June 1897.
(Greenock Telegraph 1.7.1897)
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CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs Alex Clark born at Hamilton Place, Port Glasgow on 13th Feb 1905
(Greenock Telegraph 13.2.1905)
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs Alex Clark, born at Cairn Terrace on 22nd Oct 1901 (Greenock
Telegraph 23.10.1901)
CLARK Alexander Clark, joiner, to Jeanie, 2nd daughter of Samuel Ritchie, at Cairn Terrace, Port
Glasgow on 7th July 1899 (Port Glasgow Express 14.7.1899 & Greenock Telegraph
10.7.1899)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Alex Clark, born at Huntley Place, Port Glasgow on 27th Jan 1883 – died
same day (Greenock Telegraph 27.1.1883)
CLARK A son to Captain & Mrs Alex Clark, of the ship Sunbeam, born at King Street, Port Glasgow
on 7th August 1867. (Greenock Advertiser 10.8.1867)
CLARK Captain Alex Clark to Susan, daughter of Daniel Gibson, Customs, at Port Glasgow on 20th
September 1866 by Reverend G. Horn – 2nd wife (1st Margaret Alexander). (Greenock
Advertiser & Greenock Telegraph 25.9.1866) see Susan
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Allan Clark, born at Hillside Cottage, Gourock on 12th June 1855.
(Greenock Advertiser 15.06.1855)
CLARK Donald Clark, jeweller & watchmaker 16 Hamilton Street, drowned at Dunoon on 29th Aug
1895. (Greenock Telegraph 2.9.1895)
CLARK Son to Mr. & Mrs. David Clark, born at her father’s, John Barclay, 41 Nicolson Street,
Greenock 1st June 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 2.6.1902)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs Dugald Clark, grocer, born at 10 Carwood Street, Greenock on 4th May
1907. (Greenock Telegraph 4.5.1907).
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs Dugald Clark, traveller, born at 10 Carwood Street, Greenock on 2nd
July 1905. (Greenock Telegraph 3.7.1905).
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Archibald Clark, baker, born at 41 Ann Street, Greenock on 27th
August 1886. (Greenock Telegraph 28.8.1886)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs Dugald Clark, salesman, born at 4 Carwood Street, Greenock on 18th
August 1897. (Greenock Telegraph 19.8.1897).
CLARK Dugald Clark, Customs, to Charlotte McArthur, Greenock, at U.P. Church, Princes Road,
Liverpool on 20th May 1867. (Greenock Telegraph 22.5.1867)
CLARK Duncan Clark, jnr to Isabella, 2nd daughter of Captain McKellar of the steamer ‘Samson’, at
Greenock on 6th February 1838 by Reverend McBean. (Greenock Advertiser 12.2.1838).
CLARK Donald McFarlane, 3rd son of late Andrew Clark, bookbinder, died at 9 Antigua Street,
Greenock in March 1889 - mother Elizabeth (Greenock Telegraph 15.3.1889)
CLARK Duncan Clark, Port Glasgow, to Jean, only daughter of Dugald Campbell, Port Bannatyne, at
Greenock on 11th June 1840 by Reverend McFarlan. (Greenock Advertiser 12.6.1840).
CLARK Donald Clark, badge porter, husband of Christina, died at 7 New Dock Lane, Greenock on
10th July 1890 age 57. (Greenock Telegraph 10.7.1890)
CLARK David N, 5th son of late Andrew Clark, bookbinder, Greenock, died at Port Elizabeth
Hospital, South Africa on 6th June 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1890) see Andrew
CLARK David J.D. Clark to Jessie Ferguson, eldest daughter of Alex Ferrier, foreman mason, at 23
Lyle Street, Greenock on 26th Dec 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 28.12.1910)
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Clark, compositor, born at 11 East Crawford Street, Greenock
on 16th Jan 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 16.1.1912)
CLARK Daughter to Mr & Mrs David Clark, jnr, compositor, born at 7 Lauriston Street, Greenock on
7th Feb 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 8.2 1910)
CLARK David Clark to Janet, youngest daughter of late W.H. Anderson, at 5 Orchard Street,
Greenock on 26th Dec 1907 (Greenock Telegraph 31 12.1907)
CLARK Donald McGregor Clark to Euphemia Craig, eldest daughter of John Forsyth, at 61 Brown
Street, Port Glasgow on 4th July 1893. (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1893)
CLARK Duncan Clark, painter, died at 16 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 7th April 1887 – husband of
Catherine (Greenock Telegraph 8.4.1887)
CLARK Duncan Clerk, solicitor, Neill, Clerk & Murray, died At Tunbridge Wells on 20th April 1911-
Obituary p2, age 64 (Greenock Telegraph 20.4.1911)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs D. Clark, plumber, born at 6 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 14th
February 1903 (Greenock Telegraph 16.2.1903)
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CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs D. Clark, plumber, born at 6 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 7th
February 1901 (Greenock Telegraph 7.2.1901)
CLARK A son to Mr & Mrs D. Clark, plumber, born at 6 Mount Pleasant Street, Greenock on 9th
January 1899 (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1899)
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Clark, plumber, born at 87 Dempster Street, Greenock on
5th July 1896 (Greenock Telegraph 6.7.1896)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Clark, formerly of Greenock, born at Buenos Ayres on
10th September 1890. (Greenock Telegraph 9.10.1890)
CLARK Mrs Duncan Clark died at Greenock on 18th April 1838 age 72. (Greenock Advertiser
19.4.1838).
CLARK Duncan Clark to Annie Bruce, 2nd daughter of George W. May, painter, at 70 Wellington
Street, Greenock on 9th March 1889. (Greenock Telegraph 11.3.1889)
CLARK Dugald Clark to Caroline Thomson, eldest daughter of Robert McArthur, boilermaker, at
Crawford’s Hall, Greenock on 17th June 1896. (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1896).
CLARK Agnes Anderson, widow of Hugh Clark, died at 7 Clune Brae, Port Glasgow, on 21st April
1912. (Greenock Telegraph 22.4.1912 & Port Glasgow Express 24.4.1912)
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Clark, born at 61 Belville Street, Greenock on 22nd
February 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 23.8.1884)
CLARK Duncan Clark, shipwright, died at 19 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 16th April 1884.
(Greenock Telegraph 16.4.1884)
CLARK Duncan Clark found in the mud at Bottleworks Quay, Greenock on 25th January 1884 –
worked in Scott’s shipyard. (Greenock Advertiser 26.1.1884 & Greenock Telegraph
26.1.1884).
CLARK A daughter to Mr & Mrs Duncan Clark, slater, born at 15 Dempster Street, Greenock on 19th
November 1876. (Greenock Telegraph 21.11.1876).
CLARK Duncan Clark died at Kingston Cottage, Port Glasgow on 27th December 1879 age 70.
(Greenock Advertiser 30.12.1879).
CLARK A daughter to Mr and Mrs Duncan Clark, born at 30 Bruce Street, Greenock on 14th
September 1892. (Greenock Telegraph 16.9.1892)
CLARK Bella, only surviving daughter of late James Clark, Greenock, to John Hay, merchant, St
Catherine’s, at bride’s mother’s, 46 Bond Street, Toronto on 1st June 1869. (Greenock
Telegraph 21.6.1869)
CLARK Catherine Elizabeth, daughter of James and Sophia Clark, joiner, died at 39 Sir Michael
Street, Greenock on 1st February 1894 age 7. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1894)
CLARK Catherine Elizabeth, daughter of James W. Clark, died at 18 Bruce Street, Greenock on 27th
March 1885 age 2 years 7 months. (Greenock Telegraph 28.3.1885)
CLARK Catherine Ann, daughter of John Clark, jeweller, to Alexander Langwill, writer, at Mount
Park, Greenock on 4th March 1862 by the groom’s brother Reverend James Langwill, Currie
(Greenock Advertiser 6.3.1862) see Grace
CLARK Catherine, daughter of Michael Clark, 33 Hamilton Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on
27th May 1909, age 20. (Greenock Telegraph 27.5.1909)
CLARK Mrs Catherine John Clark died at 15 Cartsburn Street, Greenock on 2nd October 1892 -
mother of Peter McLaren (Greenock Telegraph 3.10.1892)
CLARK Caroline Thomson McArthur, wife of Dugald Clark, traveller, formerly of Port Glasgow, died
at 4 Carwood Street, Greenock on 18th January 1900 age 26. (Port Glasgow 19.1.1900 &
Greenock Telegraph 18.1.1900)
CLARK Catherine Gillies, wife of Robert Clark, died at 10 Baker Street, Greenock on 23rd February
1906 age 80. (Greenock Telegraph 23.2.1906)
CLARK Duncan Clark to Lizzie Richmond, daughter of William Wilson, Inverkip, at Tontine,
Greenock on 19th June 1912 (Greenock Telegraph 20.6.1912)
CLARK Barbara Ritchie Campbell, wife of Captain Andrew A. Clark, died at 9 Lynedoch Street,
Greenock on 20th November 1880. (Greenock Telegraph 22.11.1880) see Captain Andrew
A.
CLARK David Clark to Agnes, eldest daughter of John Barclay, at the Manse Greenock on 8th April
1902 (Greenock Telegraph 10.4.1902)
CLARK Archibald Napier, son of John A. Clark, cooper, 5 Boyd Street, Greenock, lost with
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foundering of SY Athene, from Greenock to Buenos Ayres on 24th April 1907. (Greenock
Telegraph 8.11.1907)
CLARK Son to Mr & Mrs Dugald Clark, traveller, born at 4 Carwood Street, Greenock on 28th
August 1899. (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1899).
CLARK Archie McGregor, 6th son and eldest twin of Thomas Clark, died at Chapel Lane, Port
Glasgow on 20th February 1881 age 11 months 23 days. (Greenock Telegraph 21.2.1881)
CLARK Captain Archibald Clark, Ivybank, Port Glasgow, lost when SS Kaisan driven on Reunion
Island on 13th January 1901, age 52. (Greenock Telegraph 28.2.1901 & Port Glasgow
Express 1.3.1901)
CLARK Archibald Clark, senior, died at Poorhouse, Holmscroft Street, Greenock in May 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 1.6.1872)
CLARK Bernard Clark, labourer at Bell, Duncan & Scott, Baker Street, Greenock, killed in an
accident there on 26th October 1865 age 35. (Greenock Advertiser 28.10.1865)
CLARK Collina Campbell, wife of Lachlan Clark, formerly of Muries & Clark, shipbuilders, Greenock,
died at Clarence Street, Greenock on 2nd March 1850. (Greenock Advertiser 05.03.1850).
CLARK David, brother of James Clark, died at 4 Dalrymple Street, Greenock in February 1872
(Greenock Telegraph 15.02.1872).
CLARK Archibald Montgomerie, son of Captain George Clark, Greenock died at Perth Amboy, U.S.
on August/ September 1837. (Greenock Advertiser 2.10.1837)
CLARK Catherine S. Clark to Andrew Shankland, at Sycamore Lodge, Greenock on 31st January
1871 by Reverend MacFarlane. (Greenock Telegraph 1.2.1871)
CLARK Daniel Clark, inmate of Smithston, died in Police Station on 28th July 1884 after falling in
West harbour on 27th July 1884. (Greenock Telegraph 28.07.1884).
CLARK Daniel Clark, age 21, Buchan’s land, Market Street, died of cholera on 28th April 1832
(Greenock Advertiser 01.05.1832) see Neil, Mrs Clark
CLARK Christine Clark died at 61 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 18th March 1894 age 81.
(Greenock Telegraph 20.03.1894)
CLARK Christina Thomason, wife of Edward Clark, mason, died at 68 Inverkip Street, Greenock on
29th March 1893 (Greenock Telegraph 30.3.1893) see Christina C
CLARK Christina McVain, wife of George Clark, formerly of Islay, died at 87 Ardgowan Street, Port
Glasgow on 18th March 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 19.3.1884)
CLARK Christina Knaggs, wife of James Clark, rigger, formerly of Greenock, died at Sydney on 31st
January 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 20.3.1895)
CLARK Charlotte M. Dewar, wife of John Clark, blacksmith, died at 10 Montgomery Street,
Greenock on 5th April 1911 - mother of Tina and Bessie. (Greenock Telegraph 6.4.1911)
CLARK Christina Cameron, second daughter of Edward Clark, mason, 68 Inverkip Street, to Thomas
Jack, at Yielder’s Café, Greenock on 18th October 1895. (Greenock Telegraph 21.10.1895)
see Christina T.
CLARK Christina Macdonald, daughter of Donald Clark, died at 38 West Burn Street, Greenock on
29th August 1876 age 11 (Greenock Telegraph 29.8.1876)
CLARK Christina, infant daughter of William Clark, plater, died at 10 Carwood Street, Greenock on
7th December 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 7.12.1894)
CLARK Daniel Clark, blacksmith, husband of Ann, died at 52 East Crawford Street, Greenock on
April 1876 age 61 (Greenock Telegraph 20.04.1876) see Anne L
CLARKE Thomas William Clarke, labourer, husband of Elizabeth Gray, killed at Craigmuschat Quarry,
Gourock on 2nd August 1909 p2 - Ney Place, Shore Street (Gourock Advertiser 6.8.1909)
CLARKE A son to Mr & Mrs William Clarke, prison governor, born at 3 Nelson Street west, Greenock
on 23rd April 1880 (Greenock Telegraph 26.4.1880)
CLARKE Janet Clarke to Captain Peter McDermid at Rockhill House, Gourock on 4th March 1878 by
Reverend A. Russell (Greenock Advertiser 6.3.1878)
CLARKE John Clarke died at 22 Market Street, Greenock on 23rd January 1893 age 29 (Greenock
Telegraph 24.1.1893)
CLARKE Margaret Telford, wife of Daniel Clarke, teacher, formerly of Aberfoyle, died at Kilmacolm on
30th April 1851 (Greenock Advertiser 6.5.1851)
CLARKE Samuel Clarke, surgeon, Glasgow, died at Gourock on 6th September 1862 age 72
(Greenock Advertiser 11.9.1862)
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CLARKE James Clarke, engineer, to Helen C, youngest daughter of the late James Kerr, at 11 Hill
Street, Greenock on 1st May 1871 by Reverend F.L. Robertson (Greenock Telegraph
4.5.1871)
CLARKE A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Clarke, Governor, Greenock Prison, born at Nelson Street
west, Greenock on 27th June 1876 (Greenock Advertiser 1.7.1876 & Greenock Telegraph
28.6.1876)
CLARKE Fanny Butterfield, wife of George E. Clarke, Eglinton Street, Glasgow, died at Anderson
Place, Gourock in February 1880. (Greenock Advertiser 1002.1880).
CLARKE Son to Mrs & the late T.W. Clarke, born at 22 Hopeton Street, Gourock on 6th March 1910
(Greenock Telegraph 7.3.1910)
CLARKE Robert Clarke, lighterman, 15 Bruce Street, Greenock, drowned off Inverkip Bay from the
lighter ‘Daylight’ on 13th November 1884 age 55 (Greenock Telegraph 14.11.1884)
CLARKE Mrs Clarke, age 20, Lang’s land, Charles Street, died of cholera on 9th May 1832.
(Greenock Advertiser 11.05.1832).
CLARKE Anne Lutted, widow of Daniel Clarke, blacksmith, died at 23 Octavia Cottage, Greenock on
9th March 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 10.3.1900) see Daniel
CLARKE Angus Clarke, former sugar weigher, Greenock, died at 158 East Princes Street,
Helensburgh on 7th September 1887. (Greenock Telegraph 09.09.1887)
CLARKE James Clarke, formerly of Kilmacolm, died at his brother’s, Glazart Bank, Campsie, on 12th
March 1851. (Greenock Advertiser 18.03.1851).
CLARKE David Clarke, Glasgow, to Annie, youngest daughter of late James Arnott, at Western Hotel,
Greenock on 20th December 1898. (Greenock Telegraph 21.12.1898).
CLARKE Duncan, youngest son of Angus Clarke, formerly of Royal Artillery, died at 15 Jamaica
Street, Greenock on 6th October 1870. (Greenock Telegraph 07.10.1870).
CLARKE Edward Clarke, formerly of Greenock died at Dunwich, Ontario, on 31st December age 60.
(Greenock Telegraph 21.01.1879).
CLARKE Frances, eldest daughter of Angus Clarke, formerly of Royal Artillery, died at 15 Jamaica
Street, Greenock on 1st April 1871. (Greenock Telegraph 03.04.1871).
CLARKE A daughter to Mr & Mrs Francis Clarke, born at 83 Ardgowan Street, Port Glasgow on 18th
May 1894. (Greenock Telegraph 19.05.1894).
CLARKE A son to Mr & Mrs Henry R. Clarke born at 70 Eldon Street, Greenock on 12th August 1872.
(Greenock Telegraph 14.08.1872).
CLARKSON Francis Clarkson, engineer, Port Glasgow, died at Rio de Janeiro on 5th April 1892 of yellow
fever age 23 (Greenock Telegraph 7.5.1892)
CLARKSON James Clarkson, Glasgow, to Ann, youngest daughter of James Gilmour, Greenock in
November 1858 at Abbotsford Place, Glasgow (Greenock Advertiser 16.11.1858)
CLARKSON John Clarkson, West Calder, to Violet McFarlane, eldest daughter of John Strong, engine
driver, at 20 Trafalgar Street, Greenock on 4th April 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1913)
CLARKSON Penelope Clarkson, wife of John Clarkson, manufacturer in Paisley and 2nd daughter of
Donald Shaw, merchant in Greenock, died in Paisley on 5th Dec 1812 age 34. (Greenock
Advertiser 18.12.1812)
CLARY Mary Jane, daughter of late Edward Clary, Port Glasgow to Robert Summers, on 20th Jan
1910 at St. Saviour’s R.C, Govan (Greenock Telegraph 21.1.1910)
CLARY Margaret Brown, eldest daughter of Edward Clary, died at 43 Ardgowan Street, Port
Glasgow on 27th April 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 27.4.1910)
CLARY William Clary, Port Glasgow, to Anna, 2nd daughter of Alex & Anna Gallacher, at St. Mary’s
Greenock on 2nd July 1913. (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1913)
CLASON Ann, daughter of late Mr Clason, Port Glasgow, to Archibald Lindegreen of the ship’
Wandsworth’, at Robert Street, Port Glasgow on 1st Nov 1848 by Rev Kirk, Chapel-of-Ease.
(Greenock Advertiser 7.11.1848)
CLAUSS A daughter to Mr & Mrs Emil Clauss, Glasgow, born at Cliff House, Wemyss Bay on 28th
May 1874. (30.5.1874)
CLAY William N. Clay of Liverpool, to Margaret, eldest daughter of late John Holmes of Greenock,
at Liverpool on 3rd April 1827 by Rev John Clay. (Greenock Advertiser 6.4.1827)
CLAY Jane Tucker MacNight, widow of Hon Randolph Clay, U.S.A., daughter of late William
Crawfurd of Cartsburn, died at London in March 1905 – history of family p2. (Greenock
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CLAY John Clay to Sarah, eldest daughter of James McLaughlin, Brooklyn, at St Lawrence’s,
Greenock on 5th June 1900. (Greenock Telegraph 6.6.1900) see Mary L; Sarah McL
CLAY Mary Josephine, daughter of John and Sarah Clay, traveller, died at 81 Dempster Street,
Greenock on 1st August 1901 age 4½ months. (Greenock Telegraph 1.8.1901) see John
CLAY Sarah McLaughlin, wife of John Clay, niece of Mary McLaughlin, died at 45 Shaw Street,
Greenock on 29th August 1909. (Greenock Telegraph 30.8.1909) see John
CLAYTON Ronald Percy, youngest son of John Shaw Clayton, Stanfield, to Helen Jean, youngest
daughter of late Adam J. Frame, at Christ Church, Linnet Lane, Liverpool on 15th March
1899. (Greenock Telegraph 18.3.1899)
CLAZY W.O. Clazy, writer, treasurer of Kilmacolm Golf Club, youngest son of late Rev George
Clazy, Paisley, died in September 1906 – Page 2. (Greenock Telegraph 26.9.1906)
CLEARY Daniel Cleary, rigger, husband of Elizabeth, died at 1 Kilblain Buildings, Greenock on July
1911. (Greenock Telegraph 4.7.1911)
CLEARY Daughter to Mr and Mrs David Burrell Cleary, born at 18 Holmscroft Street, Greenock on 6th
April 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 7.4.1906)
CLEARY Elizabeth Sinclair, infant daughter of Daniel and Ellen Cleary, died at Greenock Infirmary on
4th September 1899 age 14 months. (Greenock Telegraph 5.9.1899)
CLEARY James Allan, infant son of Daniel Cleary, died at 24 St. Lawrence Street, Greenock on 5th
June 1893 age 11 months (Greenock Telegraph 5.6.1893) see Elizabeth S
CLEARY Daughter to Mr & Mrs James Cleary, born at 46 Cathcart Street, Greenock on 3rd June 1902
(Greenock Telegraph 3.6.1902)
CLEARY Mary Burrell, wife of Daniel Cleary, rigger, died at 38 Nicholson Street, Greenock on 8th
November 1894 - mother of Charles & Daniel (Greenock Telegraph 8.11.1894)
CLEAT John Cleat, wine & spirit merchant, died at Victoria Villa, Broomberry Road, Gourock on 13th
April 1899.-p2 (Greenock Telegraph 13.4.1899) see Betty
CLEAT A son to Mr & Mrs John Cleat, wine merchant, born at Kempock House, Gourock on 3rd
June 1897 (Greenock Telegraph 4.6.1897)
CLEAT Betty, widow of John Cleat, to John Johnstone, Edinburgh, at St. Ninian’s, Gourock on 1st
July 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 2.7.1902) see John
CLEAT John, eldest son of John Cleat, wine & spirit merchant, Gourock, to Betty, 4th daughter of
late John McGinty, Gourock, at Glasgow on 27th November 1894 by special licence
(Greenock Telegraph 28.11.1894) see Betty
CLEAT John Cleat, wine merchant, died at Kempock, Gourock on 14th June 1896 age 81 –obituary
p2. (Greenock Telegraph 15.6.1896)
CLEGG Dickson, infant son of William & Annie Clegg, engineer, died at 12 Robertson Street,
Greenock on 23rd August 1902 (Greenock Telegraph 25.8.1902)
CLEGG John Clegg, age 40, West Blackhall Street, died of cholera on 25th September 1832
(Greenock Advertiser 27.9.1832)
CLEGHORN Jane Simpson, widow of John Reid Cleghorn, Port Glasgow, died at 296 Renfrew Street,
Glasgow on 8th August 1913 age 87 – obituary p3. p2. (Greenock Telegraph 9.8.1913 &
Port Glasgow Express 13.8.1913) see John R
CLEGHORN John Reid Cleghorn, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 296 Renfrew Street, Glasgow on
22nd July 1893 age 83 –obituary p2 - p3 Port Glasgow Express 13.8.1913. (Greenock
Telegraph 24.7.1893) see Margaret: Jane S.
CLEGHORN Margaret, eldest and only remaining daughter of J. R. Cleghorn, tinsmith & gasfitter, died at
Port Glasgow on 22nd February 1874 (Greenock Advertiser 26.2.1874 & Greenock
Telegraph 24.2.1874) see Marion McA: John R
CLEGHORN Marion McAulay, daughter of John Reid Cleghorn, died at 55 Church Street, Port Glasgow in
December 1873 See Margaret. (Greenock Telegraph 1.1.1874)
CLELAND Richard Brown Cleland, formerly of Port Glasgow, to Ann, youngest daughter of late Van
Christie, Albion Terrace, London, at Kensington Church, London on 22nd November 1849.
(Greenock Advertiser 27.11.1849)
CLELAND James, son of John Cleland, shipmaster, died at Port Glasgow on 17th March 1844 age 3
years 3 months. (Greenock Advertiser 19.3.1844)
CLELAND James Cleland, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at 6 Freemantle Square, Bristol on 8th
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Subject Entry
January 1859 age 78. (Greenock Advertiser 14.1.1859)
CLELAND Janet McVicar, wife of Captain John Cleland, died on the ship ‘Mayflower’ on 14th March
1856. (Greenock Advertiser 25.4.1856)
CLELAND A daughter to Mr and Mrs John Cleland, Customs, born at 9 Laird Street, Greenock, on 25th
October 1852. (Greenock Advertiser 26.10.1852)
CLELAND William Hamilton Cleland, formerly of Port Glasgow, died at Melbourne on 13th November
1866. (Greenock Advertiser 25.1.1866)
CLELAND Captain John Cleland of the ship ‘Mayflower’, died at St Cruz, Cuba on 20th March 1856.
(Greenock Advertiser 6.5.1856) see Janet McV.
CLELAND John Cleland, baker, Kempock Street, Gourock, died on 25th May 1904. (Greenock
Telegraph 26.5.1904)
CLELAND John Cochrane, son of late John Cleland, Customs, Greenock, to Edith Alice, daughter of
John Minnett, at All Saints Church, Nottingham on 18th August 1881. (Greenock Telegraph
22.8.1881) see Mary L; Hamilton; John C; Alex L; Andrew H
CLELAND Mary Lacey, only daughter of late John Cleland, Greenock Customs, to John Hanson,
Langley Mill, at Congregational Church, Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, on 12th September
1883. (Greenock Telegraph 14.9.1883) see John C.
CLELAND James Cleland, manufacturer, to Miss Brown, eldest daughter of Richard Brown, merchant
in Port Glasgow, on 22nd September 1806 at Port Glasgow. (Greenock Advertiser
24.9.1806) see Eleanor
CLELAND John Cleland, Customs, died at Banktop, Greenock on 26th November 1863. (Greenock
Advertiser 28.11.1863) see Alex L., John C.
CLELAND Margaret Cooper, eldest daughter of late John Cleland, to William Teale, at Ashton Hotel,
Gourock on 14th February 1912. (Greenock Telegraph 15.2.1912)
CLELAND Agnes McIlwraith, widow of Hamilton Cleland, died at 32 West Stewart Street, Greenock on
23rd June 1884 (Greenock Telegraph 23.6.1884) see Agnes F; Hamilton
CLELAND Hamilton Cleland, formerly of Customs, died at 32 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 8th
January 1883 age 91 - wife Agnes (Greenock Telegraph 9.1.1883) see John C; Agnes McI;
Ellison H.
CLELAND A son to Mr and Mrs John Cleland, born at 9 Laird Street, Greenock on 13th November
1854. (Greenock Advertiser 14.11.1854)
CLELAND Hamilton 11.1 1883 Lair 334 Duncan Street ; Agnes 25.6.1884 Lair 334 Duncan Street;
Agnes 15.10.1884 Lair 334 Duncan Street; A. Hamilton(66) 24.12.1902 Lair 334 Duncan
Street
CLELAND Agnes Fleming, 2nd youngest daughter of late Hamilton Cleland, Customs, Glasgow, died at
32 West Stewart Street, Greenock on 12th October 1885. (Greenock Telegraph 13.10.1885)
CLELAND Alexander, son of Alex Cleland, salesman, died at 14 Ardgowan Street, Greenock on 25th
February 1879, age 2 years 5 months. (Greenock Telegraph 25.2.1879 & Greenock
Advertiser 1.3.1879)
CLELAND Dr Alexander Brown, surgeon with 69th Regiment, formerly of Port Glasgow, son of James
Cleland, Bristol, died of yellow fever on 25th August 1853 at Trinidad (Greenock Advertiser
30.9.1853)
CLELAND Andrew Hutcheson, son of late John Cleland, Greenock Customs, to Mary Margaret,
daughter of William Porter, at Emmanuel Church, Forest Gate, London on 21st June 1887.
(Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1887) see John L.
CLELAND Frances Cleland, Dundas Street, Glasgow, eldest daughter of late Henry Cleland, cutter,
Stirling, died at Shore Street, Gourock on 8th August 1859. (Greenock Advertiser 11.8.1859)
CLELAND Ellison Hamilton, daughter of late Hamilton Cleland, Customs, died at 3 Kelly Street,
Greenock on 20th December 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 22.12.1902)
CLELAND Annie, daughter of late James Cleland, boot and shoe manufacturer, Greenock, to William
Finnie, commercial traveller, at Glasgow on 20th May 1878. (Greenock Advertiser
21.5.1878)
CLELAND Eleanor, eldest daughter of James Cleland, to Lieutenant Alex Woodburn, 25th Regiment,
Bombay N.I., at Port Glasgow on 21st May 1833 by Reverend Dr Barr. (Greenock Advertiser
23.5.1833)
CLELAND Alexander Lacey, son of John Cleland, Greenock Customs, died at Gateside, Balmaphie on
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Subject Entry
28th July 1860 age 5 years 8 months. (Greenock Advertiser 7.8.1860)
CLELAND Hamilton, boatman, Customs 3.6.1828 Lair 334 Duncan Street
CLELLAND Robert Clelland, Glasgow, to Christina, 3rd daughter of Lachlan McLean, Peinchorran,
Portree, at 2 Finnart Street, Greenock on 1st August 1890 (Greenock Telegraph 28.1890)
CLELLAND Daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas C. Clelland, salesman, born at 37 Rue-end Street,
Greenock on 13th August 1906. (Greenock Telegraph 14.8.1906)
CLELLAND Son to Mr and Mrs Thomas C. Clelland, salesman, born at 37 Rue-end Street, Greenock on
23rd November 1902. (Greenock Telegraph 24.11.1902)
CLELLAND Daughter to Mr and Mrs Thomas C. Clelland, salesman, born at 37 Rue-end Street,
Greenock on 21st July 1904. (Greenock Telegraph 22.7.1904)
CLEMENTS John Clements, father of Robert, died at 3 West Stewart Street, Greenock in July 1893
(Greenock Telegraph 31.7.1893)
CLEMENTS Martha, eldest daughter of Christopher Clements, mason & diver, formerly of Port Glasgow,
to Matthew Kerr, at 316 Bathurst Street, Toronto on 25th November 1904. (Port Glasgow
Express 16.12.1904)
CLEMENTS Mary, eldest daughter of Robert Clements, engineer, 9 Morton Terrace, Greenock to James
Nicol, joiner, at St Paul’s Parish, Belfast on 19th November 1911 (Greenock Telegraph
21.11.1911)
CLEMENTS Robert Clements, engineer, to Janet, eldest daughter of Mr Williams, engineer, at Forester’s
Hall, Greenock on 6th July 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 13.7.1892)
CLEMENTS Joseph Clements, joiner, 12 Ann Street, drowned at Victoria Harbour, Greenock on 15th
November 1882 age 45 - wife Mary Ann (Greenock Advertiser 15.11.1882 & Greenock
Telegraph 15.11.1882)
CLEMENTS David Clements to Jeanie, 4th daughter of George Law, shipwright, at 17 Finnart Street,
Greenock on 23rd June 1892 (Greenock Telegraph 24.6.1892)
CLEMENTS Daughter to Mr and Mrs C Clements, born at 5 Helen Street, Greenock on 17th June 1911.
(Greenock Telegraph 27.6.1911)
CLEMENTS Christopher Clements to Lizzie, 2nd daughter of James McClure, Belfast, at Ladyburn
Manse, Greenock on 6th July 1910. (Greenock Telegraph 7.7.1910)
CLEMENTS Robert Clements, tailor, Watson’s Lane, died in Greenock Infirmary, after being paralysed
while swimming at the Cloch on 16th August 1875 (Greenock Advertiser 21.8.1875)
CLEMENTS Elizabeth, daughter of Mary Ann Clements, died at 14 Crescent Street, Greenock in April
1885 (Greenock Telegraph 24.4.1885)
CLEMES Lizzie Steven, 2nd daughter of John Clemes, Port Glasgow, to Richard McKechnie, at
Waverley Hotel, Greenock on 24th June 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 26.6.1909)
CLEMES Joseph, youngest son of John & Ann Clemes, died at Glenclune Lodge, Port Glasgow, on
29th November 1911 (Greenock Telegraph 30.11.1911)
CLEMES A daughter to Mr & Mrs Richard Clemes, joiner, born at 13 East Crawford Street, Greenock
on 28th April 1889 (Greenock Telegraph 29.4.1889)
CLEMMENTS Rosina Melone, wife of Christopher Clemments, died at her mother’s, 86 Bouverie Street,
Port Glasgow on 23rd September 1885 (Greenock Telegraph 24.9.1885)
CLENNIS David Clennis, foreman carpenter in McMillan & Co, formerly of Russell & Co, Port Glasgow,
husband of Annie, died at Knoxland Square, Dumbarton on 26th September 1892
(Greenock Telegraph 27.9.1892)
CLERK Margaret Holme, widow of Archibald Clerk, died at Ivy Bank, Port Glasgow, on 11th March
1906 (Greenock Telegraph 13.3.1906)
CLERK Margaret McArthur, widow of John Clerk, writer, Port Glasgow, died at Douglas Street,
Glasgow on April 1851 age 77 (Greenock Advertiser 22.4.1851)
CLERK Isabella Proctor, widow of John Clerk, farmer, Baliemore, Oban, died at 25 Octavia Terrace,
Greenock on 25th October 1899 age 80 (Greenock Telegraph 25.10.1899)
CLERK Amelinda Mary, youngest daughter of John M. Clerk, died at Home Cottage, 44 Esplanade,
Greenock on 7th February 1875 age 2 (Greenock Advertiser 11.2.1875)
CLERK Duncan Clerk, writer, Greenock, to Ellen Matilda, daughter of late William Fitzsimmons,
Whitehaven, at Melrose on 4th August 1881. (Greenock Advertiser 5.8.1881 & Greenock
Telegraph 5.8.1881)
CLERKEN John, son of John & Hannah Clerken, died at 10 Charles Street, Greenock on 19th June
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Subject Entry
1911 (Greenock Telegraph 19.6.1911) see Jane
CLERKEN Mary, daughter of John & Hannah Clerken, died at 10 Charles Street, Greenock on 29th
October 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 30.10.1909) see Jane
CLERKEN Patrick, son of John & Hannah Clerken, 10 Charles Street, died at Greenock Infirmary on 7th
August 1908 (Greenock Telegraph 7.8.1908) see Jane
CLERKEN Jane, daughter of John & Hannah Clerken, died at 10 Charles Street, Greenock on 7th
October 1909 (Greenock Telegraph 8.10.1909) see Mary; Patrick; John
CLEUGH Allan Cleugh died at 6 Kelly Street, Greenock on 22nd July 1878 age 71 (Greenock
Advertiser 23.7.1878 & Greenock Telegraph 23.7.1878)
CLIFFORD Twin sons to Mr & Mrs William Clifford born at 4 East Shaw Street, Greenock on 26th July
1866. (Greenock Advertiser 28.07.1866)
CLIFFORD Triplets, 2 sons and a daughter, to Mr & Mrs William Clifford, born at Hillend, Greenock on
13th July 1868. (Greenock Advertiser 14.07.1868) Margaret died at Barnhill Street on 11th
December 1871 (Greenock Telegraph 12.12.1871)
CLIFFORD Margaret Dunbar, infant daughter of William Clifford, died at 11 Lyle Street, Greenock on
20th March 1875. (Greenock Telegraph 22.03.1875)
CLIFFORD Sarah Cullen, wife of Hugh Clifford, died at 6 East Shaw Street, Greenock in July 1890
(Greenock Telegraph 25.07.1890) see Hugh
CLIFFORD A daughter to Mr & Mrs William Clifford, machinist, born at 11 Lyle Street, Greenock on 22nd
March 1879. (Greenock Telegraph 22.0