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Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance elocution teacher

F, #502, b. 19 July 1893, d. 29 June 1967
Last Edited: 13 Jun 2020
Helen Cameron Pringle Valance
1st July 1950 St Paul's Church, Nethergate, Dundee

Parents:

Father*: Joseph Vallance clothier b. 31 Jul 1854, d. 8 Sep 1930
Mother*: Agnes McWilliam b. 5 Apr 1855, d. 29 Dec 1942
  • Birth*: Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance elocution teacher was born on 19 July 1893.2
  • She was the daughter of Joseph Vallance clothier and Agnes McWilliam.
  • (Bride) Marriage*: Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance elocution teacher married Albert Edward Nicolson civil servant, son of Alfred Henry Nicolson and Catherine Reilly, on 4 August 1923 at The Manse, Carmunock, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ; 1923 marraiges in the parish of Carmunnock in the county of Lanark, ref 4; 1923 on the Fourth day of August at The Manse Carnunnock, after publication of notice according to the forms of the established Church of Scotland; Albert Edward Nicolson, clerk (Ministry of Labour) bachelor, 26, 7 Sommerville Drive, Glasgow; father Alfred Henry Nicolson, butcher; mother Catherine Nicolson ms Riley; Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance, teacher of elocution, spinster, 29, 17 Brownlie Street, Glasgow; father Joseph Vallance, clothier; mother Agnes Vallance ms McWilliam; signed John Smart minister of Curmunock; signed Hugh Tulloch Jr, Glenoykel, Clarkston; signed Agnes Josephine Vallance, 13 Randolf Place, Mount Florida, registered 1923 August 6th at Carmunock signed D H Macmillan assistant registrar, initialled J S (John Steel) registrar.3
  • (Deceased) Death*: Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance elocution teacher died on 29 June 1967 at Kings Arms Hotel, Oban, Argyleshire, Scotland, , at age 73 Death registered in the district of Kilmore and Kilbride in the county of Argyll ref 523 1967 74; Helen Camerson Pringle Nicolson, female, widow, date of birth 19 7 1893, age 73 years; spouse Albert Edward Nicolson cicil servant; died June twenty-nineth 8h 30m am at Kings Arms Hotel Oban; usual residence Semano Saskatchewan Canada; parents Joseph Vallance clothier (dec) and Agnes Vallance ms McWilliam (dec); cause coronary thrombosis as cert by Kenneth L Lipp MBChB; signed Jospephine M Richardson daughter; registered 1967 June 29th signed John W Menzies assiatant registrar.4,5
  • Married Name: As of 4 August 1923, her married name was Nicolson.
  • (Spouse) Death: Her spouse Albert Edward Nicolson civil servant died on 2 February 1953 at War Memorial Hospital, Insch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, ; 1953 Deaths in the district of Insch in the County of Aberdeen; ref 2; Albert Edward Nicolson civil servant married to Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance; died 1953 February third 2h 0m am War Memorial Hospital Insch (ur 25 Wilson Street Perth); male aged 54 years; parents Alfred Henry Nicolson master butcher deceased; mother Katherine Nicolson ms Reilly deceased; coronary thrombosis 2 days as certified by Douglas L Stewart MBChB; signed Donlad A V Nicolson son 25 Wilson Street Perth; registered 1953 February 3rd at Insch signed A Forbes registrar

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    Insch is a town in Garioch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is located approximately 28 miles from the city of Aberdeen. Auchleven and Premnay are villages associated with Insch.
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    Insch War Memorial Hospital is a small community hospital with 13 medical and 2 obstetric beds, serving Insch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland and the surrounding area. It has a small Casualty department and a hospital day-care service 4 days every week.
    The hospital was built in 1922 from public subscription to create a memorial for those who gave their lives in World War I. (2007.)6
  • Newspaper Article*: Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance elocution teacher was mentioned in a newspaper article Nicolson, Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance, Oban, Formerly of Craigie, Obit (29.6.1967) PA 1967 Jul 5 p3 cd1 on 5 July 1967 at Perthshire Advertisier.5

Family:

Albert Edward Nicolson civil servant b. 7 Jul 1897, d. 2 Feb 1953
  • (Bride) Marriage*: She married Albert Edward Nicolson civil servant, son of Alfred Henry Nicolson and Catherine Reilly, on 4 August 1923 at The Manse, Carmunock, Lanarkshire, Scotland, ; 1923 marraiges in the parish of Carmunnock in the county of Lanark, ref 4; 1923 on the Fourth day of August at The Manse Carnunnock, after publication of notice according to the forms of the established Church of Scotland; Albert Edward Nicolson, clerk (Ministry of Labour) bachelor, 26, 7 Sommerville Drive, Glasgow; father Alfred Henry Nicolson, butcher; mother Catherine Nicolson ms Riley; Helen Cameron Pringle Vallance, teacher of elocution, spinster, 29, 17 Brownlie Street, Glasgow; father Joseph Vallance, clothier; mother Agnes Vallance ms McWilliam; signed John Smart minister of Curmunock; signed Hugh Tulloch Jr, Glenoykel, Clarkston; signed Agnes Josephine Vallance, 13 Randolf Place, Mount Florida, registered 1923 August 6th at Carmunock signed D H Macmillan assistant registrar, initialled J S (John Steel) registrar.3

Child:

Iain Gordon Nicolson b. 22 Oct 1930, d. 20 Jul 2001

Citations

  1. My Heritage J Richardson [Feb 2020]
  2. [S50] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), Statutory death 1967 Kilmore and Kilbride ref 523/74 [Jan 2020].
  3. [S64] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), Statutory marriage 1923 parish Carmunnock, Lanark ref 4 [Jun 2006].
  4. [S50] General Record Office for Scotland, Statutory death 1967 Kilmore and Kilbride 523/00 0074 [Nov 2010] image held [Jan 2020].
  5. [S9] Website Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk) Record URL: http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?h=133782&db=PerthNewspapers&indiv=try
    Source Information: Ancestry.com. Perth, Scotland Newspaper Index Cards, 1809-1990 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
    Original data: Manpower Services Commission and AK Bell Library staff, comp. Newspaper Index. Perth, Scotland: AK Bell Library, Local Studies Department. [Mar 2013]
  6. [S50] General Record Office for Scotland, Statutory death 1953 Insch 203/2 [re-download for legibility Jan 2020].