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James Conway

M, #529, b. 22 September 1874, d. 15 September 1962
James Conway
7 June 1911 Golden Wedding of James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher
8 June 1921 Diamond Wedding of James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher
  • (Witness) Residence: James Conway lived at Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland; Kilwinning is described in a directory published by Pigot & Co in 1837 as … an ancient and thriving little manufacturing town … 24 miles from Glasgow, 3 nw of Irvine, 4 ne of Saltcoats, the like distance s of Dalry, 10 nw of Kilmarnock and 5 from Ardrossan; situate on rising ground about 2 miles from the sea; stretching westward from the right bank of the Garnock, and approached through long ambrageous paths, skirted by beautiful fields. It consists chiefly of one street and bye-lanes, with a few rows of modern houses. The weaving and manufacture of gauzes, muslins, shawls, etc are carried on, to an important extent, for the Glasgow and Paisley markets, to which they are conveyed by the local agents. The agricultural produce of the parish is likewise considerable; and coals, which are obtained in abundance, are conveyed by a railway passing from east to west across the parish. …
    Kilwinning was the first place in Scotland where free masonry was established; it is said to have been introduced by the foreign architect who was employed in erecting the monastery here.
    The abbey is thought to have been built about 1140. Briefly, free masonry is accepted as having been born out of the guilds of craftsmen of the middle ages, in particular the masons. A mason often had to travel the length of the county to seek work. He had to prove his rank and ability to his prospective employer. This he did by showing that he was in possession of certain secrets that he had learnt from his guild.
    The Statistical Account written by the Rev. Archibald Blair Campbell in April 1842 describes Kilwinning in great ecclesiastical detail, but includes gems such as (describing the population of around 630 families in the town): There are three individuals deaf and dumb in the parish, two fatuous, and two blind. … There is no smuggling. Poaching is carried on to a small extent. He continues: The male inhabitants of Kilwinning are chiefly employed in weaving and mining; the females in sewing. The only individuals found necessary for keeping the peace are one of the county police and a sheriff-officer. … Formerly there were several stagecoaches, which passed through Kilwinning to Glasgow and other places, but they have all given up since the opening of the Glasgow and Ayr Railway, about two years ago, which affords the greatest facilities, both for travelling and the conveyance of goods, and farm produce.
    He is highly critical of the 27 licensed Inns or Alehouses in the parish – Their effect on the morals of the people, especially the miners and inhabitants of the town, is of the most pernicious description. In his conclusion he observes The inhabitants are, we believe, more industrious than they were towards the end of last century; but they are more extravagant both in regard to their clothing and mode of living, and it is to be feared, less contented with their circumstances. … The desire for luxuries is, in many instances, too prevalent, and a want of prudence, foresight, and economy, often appears. The inhabitants of the parish, in general, are intelligent and well informed, and many of them are exemplary in the discharge of all the duties of their station.1,2
  • Occupation*: James was Office Clerk / Commercial Traveller / Lay Preacher.
  • (Child) Birth*: He was born on 22 September 1874 at Main Street, Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland; 1874 births in the parish of Kilwinning in the county of Ayr; ref 285; James Conway; 1874 September Twenty-second 8h 0m am, Main Street Kilwinning; m; James Conway iron borer, Agnes Conway ms Fisher, 1861 June 7th Troon; James Conway father; 1874 September 30th at Kilwinning John Service registrar.3
  • He was the son of James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher.
  • (Groom) Marriage*: James Conway married Margaret Tees on 1 June 1900 at Tradeston, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.4
  • (Informant) Birth: James Conway registered the birth of Janie Stewart Conway on 24 July 1901 at Herriot Hill Terrace, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; 1901 births in the distrtict of St Andrew in the burgh of Edinburgh, ref 898; Janie Stewart Conway; 1901 July twenty-fourth 1h 20m pm Herriot Hill Terrace Edinburgh; female; parents James Conway mercantile clark and Margaret Conway ms Tees m 1900 June 1 Glasgow; signed James Conway father; 1901 August 9th at Edinburgh John J Bellford registrar.4
  • (Informant) Death: James Conway registered the death of Margaret Tees on 21 August 1901 at 9 Herriothill Terrace, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; 1901 deaths in the district of St Andrew in the burgh of Edinburgh, ref 562; Margaret Conway married to James Conway mercantile clerk; 1901 August twenty-first 9h 0m am 9 Herriothill Terrace Edinburgh; female aged 29 years; parents Joseph Tees shoemaker and Isabella Tees ms Tees; typhoid fever - confinement 1mo hyperpyrexia 2 days as cert by A T Sloan MD; signed James Conway widower present; 1901 August 22 at Edinburgh Joseph J Anderson asst registrar.5
  • (Witness) Marriage: James Conway witnessed the marriage of Robert Fisher McKenzie Conway and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Miller Morrison on Wednesday, 29 August 1906 at Mather's Hotel, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland; 1906 marriages in the district of St Mary in the Burgh of Dundee, ref 251; 1906 on the twenty-nineth day of August at Mather's Hotel Dundee after publication according to the forms of the English Presbyterian Church; signed Robert Fisher McKenzie Conway dental operator bachelor, aged 23 residing 5 Rustic Place Dundde; parents James Conway jute mill night watchman and Agnes McKenzie Conway ms Fisher; signed Elizabeth Miller Morrison antique dealer's assistant spinster, aged 23 residing 11 Reform Street Dundee; parents Richard Russell Morrison antiquarian and Elizabeth Morrison ms Miller; signed Rev John Conway Hammersmith Presbyterian Church of England assisted by T W Lister minister of Frederick Baptist Church Glasgow, signed James Conway, Jessie Miller, Janet Conway witnesses; registered 1906 August 31st at Dundee John K Stirten assit regsitrar initialled TM (Thos Meek registrar.)6
  • Occupation: Between 1910 and 1925 at Ward Road Baptist Church, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, James was Lay Preacher.7
  • (Groom) Marriage*: He married Johnann Ford, daughter of John Ford and Agnes Bennett, on 25 November 1910 at Edengrove, 20 Bank Street, Downfield, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland; 1910 marriages in the parish of Mains & Strathmartine in the county of Forfar, ref 24; 1910 on the twenty-fifth day of Novemebr at Edengrove, 20 Bank Avenue, Downfield after publication according to the forms of the Baptist Church; signed James Conway mercantile clerk widower, aged 36, residing 21 Union Place Dundee, parents James Conway jute mill nightwatchman and Agnes Conway ms Fisher; John Ann Ford certified fever nurse spinster; aged 29, residing 204 Lochee Road Dundee; parents John Ford painter journy (dec) and Agnes Ford ms Bennett; signed S M Conway minister Bowhill Baptist Church, signed James F Conway witness, Bella Ford witness; 1910 November 26th at Mains & Strathmartine Joseph Dickson registrar.8
  • (Witness) Event-Misc: James Conway was present when James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher were celebrating their Golden Wedding Anniversary on 7 June 1911 at Mathers Hotel, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.9
    Mathers Hotel Dundee
  • Address*: As of 1920, James Conway lived at 2 Haldane Street, Downfield, Angus, Scotland; Conway, James, Commercial traveller, 2 Haldane Steet, Downfield.10
  • (Witness) Event-Misc: He was present when James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher were celebrating their Diamond Wedding Anniversary on 8 June 1921 at Masonic Hall, Cupar, Fife, Scotland.9
  • Occupation: Between 1925 and 1928 at Rutherglen Baptist Church, James was Lay Preacher.7
  • Occupation: Between 1928 and 1931 at Ward Road Baptist Church, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, James was Lay Preacher.7
  • (Witness) Photograph: He is in this photograph taken in 1929 at Blebo Craigs, Cupar, Fife, Scotland, along with Agnes McKenzie Fisher, John Conway, William Fisher Conway, Samuel Meney Conway and Robert Fisher McKenzie Conway.11
    Agnes McKenzie Fisher Conway with all her sons; sitting left John Conway, sitting right William Fisher Conway, standing left-right Robert Fisher McKenzie Conway, James Conway, Samuel Meney Conway; 1929, Blebo Craigs
  • Photograph*: John Conway and James Conway are in this photograph taken in 1929 at Wonacy, Blebo Craigs, Cupar, Fife, Scotland, along with Robert Fisher McKenzie Conway, Samuel Meney Conway, William Fisher Conway, Jane Hutchison Wilkie, Johnann Ford, Jane Lamberton, Florence Annie Fisher Conway, Samuel Lamberton Conway, Mary McCulloch Alexander, Janie Stewart Conway, Esther Agnes Ford Conway and James Eric Arbuckle Binnie.11
    "Wonacy" (anagram of Conway), Blebo Craigs
    "Wonacy" (anagram of Conway), Blebo Craigs
    People standing at back : John Conway, Samuel Meney Conway, [Florence Conway?], [Johnann Ford Conway or Jane Lamberton Conway?]
    Sitting in the middle row : Robert Fisher Conway, James Conway, [?], [Samuel Lamberton Conway "Young Sam"?] [Jane Hutchison Wilkie Conway?], [Esther Agnes Ford Conway?], [James Eric Arbuckle Binnie?], [Janie Stewart Conway?], hiding behind the trellis [?]
    Front : [?], William Fisher Conway
  • Occupation: Between 1931 and 1934 at St Andrews Baptist Church, James was Lay Preacher.7
  • Occupation: Between 1934 and 1939 at Cupar Baptist Church, James was Lay Preacher.7
  • (Witness) Marriage: He witnessed the marriage of Joseph Stanley Andrews and Hope Myra Morrison Conway on Monday, 21 June 1937 at Baptist Church, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland; 1937 marriages in the district of Hamilton in the county of Lanark, ref 162, 1937 on the Twenty-First day of June at Baptist Church Hamilton after banns according to the forms of the Baptist Church, signed Joseph Stanley Andrews Baptist Church Minister bachelor aged 25, 18 Mount Stewart Street Carluke, parents James Smith Andrews Baptist Church minister and Janet Andrews ms Lees; signed Hope Myrra Morrison Conway chiropodist spinster aged 22, 13 Bent Road Hamilton, parents Robert Fisher Conway Baptist Church minister and Elizabeth Miller Conway ms Morrison; signed John Conway minister emetrius Free Church of England Bristol, signed Ruth Fisher Conway Chrystal Bank Hamilton, Douglas Cameron Smith 5 Manse Crescent Stirling witnesses; registered 1937 Jane 22nd at Hamilton James Frame registrar
    [and from photograph provided by their grand-daughter].13,14
    Hamilton Baptist Church June 1937
  • Occupation: Between 1939 and 1962 at Ward Road Baptist Church, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, James was Lay Preacher.7
  • (Informant) Death: He registered the death of William Fisher Conway on 21 January 1941 at 39 Dundonald Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland; 1941 deaths in the district of St Andrew in the burgh of Dundee, ref 75; William Conway miilk salesman retired married to Jane Wilkie; 1841 January twenty-first 2h 30m am 39 Dundonald Street Dundee; male aged 75 years; parents James Conway baker's vanman (dec) and Agnes Conway ms Fisher (dec); cardio-vascular depreciation, bronchial asthma, influenza as cert by J Wright Duncan MBChB; signed James Conway brother 18 Sherbrook Street Downfield; 1941 January 21st at Dundee Norman Steele regsitrar.15
  • Photograph*: James Conway is in this photograph taken on 1 July 1950 at St Paul's Church, Nethergate, Dundee, Forfarshire.16
    1st July 1950, St Pauls' Church, Nethergate, Dundee
  • Photograph*: James Conway and Johnann Ford are in this photograph taken on 1 July 1950 at St Paul's Church, Nethergate, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, along with Florence Annie Fisher Conway.17
    1st July 1950 St Paul's Church, Nethergate, Dundee
    L-R Florence, James, Annie
  • (Deceased) Death*: James Conway died on 15 September 1962 at Dundee, Angus, Scotland, at age 87.18
  • (Witness) Memorial Inscription: He is commemorated on the headstone erected in 1962 at Western Cemetery, Dundee, Angus, Scotland. Inscription reads In loving memory of James Conway died 15th Sept 1962 in his 88th year; and his beloved wife Annie Ford died 8th Feb 1969 in her 88th year.19
    Headstone Western Cemetery James Conway 1962
  • (Spouse) Death: His spouse Johnann Ford died on 8 February 1969.20
  • (Witness) Note for Web: James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher, Marion McKenzie Conway, John Conway, William Fisher Conway, Jeannie Conway, Elizabeth Conway, Agnes Fisher Conway, Janet Meney Conway, Samuel Meney Conway and Robert Fisher McKenzie Conway was mentioned with Mary Fisher Conway in 1983. From the pen of Marion C Miller (1983) :

    Under the Rose

    'Under the rose, Kate, under the rose', my great aunt Mary would frequently whisper to my mother. Many years were to elapse before I understood that information imparted subrosa (under the rose) was only intended for tried, tested and trustworthy ears. At the advance of avid young listeners, X-certificate conversation would come to an abrupt halt. My great aunt would suck her teeth back into their normal position with a sharp, resounding and final click. As age had withered her fuselage, the teeth no longer fitted snugly into the contours of her mouth. With the porcelain in position she was quite unable to chew. Always allocated prime position next to my father at the head of the table, she removed her teeth just after grace and before demolition commenced. She was not given to secreting her discarded treasures in the folds of her lavender-laced handkerchief. No ... she was a forthright sort of person. Her teeth, both sets, were planted on her side plate where they glared relentlessly at my father, assaulting his appetite and inducing temporary anorexia.
    There was no wine at table in my childhood, and glasses for water or lemonade were only in evidence on high occasions. There was always a glass of water for great aunt Mary. No ... she didn't drink it ... but she liked to rinse her teeth before returning them to the ill fitting aperture, when the repast was over.
    At that time we thought she must be very old, but she was in fact still in her lively seventies and had many a tale to tell. She had been an upper crust 'howdie' before trained midwives were commonplace. Entering the homes of the renowned and rich prior to the event, she supervised the birthing process, hurrying the event along with her own secret concoction of raspberry leaf tea. She would remain in residence for at least a month after delivery and often for much longer. If her departure was at all delayed there was every chance that there would be another child on the way soon to guarantee her continued employment.
    Great aunt Mary liked to dress in black and indeed it showed off her pure white hair to greatest advantage. She also used her sombre dresses as a backcloth against which she could display her many swinging chains of beads, multi-coloured neckerchiefs, and large brooches set with precious or semi-precious stones, all donated by thankful parents.
    'When I was with Sir Andrew and Lady X', she would commence and you knew you were about to have a glimpse of life in a society in which you were never likely to mingle. She had been accustomed to a life of refinement, but she was wiling to share her treasured memories with those in humbler circumstances. But she was not all prim and proper. She loved a party and she could jangle her beads in a neat-ankled Charleston which left mouth agape. Nowadays she would have been accorded the title of 'great old swinger'.
    If we thought she was old, what of the ancient monument? Her mother was still alive and maintained in a state of semi preservation by another spinster daughter in a rambling house in the country. My great grandmotther was open for viewing between the hours of 3 and 4pm. The old lady was like a mechanical toy which had seen better days, there being residual movement in her head, one arm and those searching piercing eyes where ambition still flickered. She might be dessicated almost mummified, but when her hand beckoned from within the folds of her many shawls the recipient of the gesture approached with a degree of trepidiation and a touch of reverence.
    The eyes below the lace-capped head would search for evidence of her genetic contribution. These eyes had seen a lot of life. The offshoot of an immigrant Irish family fleeing from the potato famine she had been fortunate to find work as a "tweenie" in an Ayrshire mansion. Crossed with my great grandfather of similar peasant origin she was to produce a brood of thirteen children of whom nine survived. The unashamed ambition which hovered behind her eyelids had seen three of her sons launched into the ordained ministry. In her lifetime she had seen the strength of her genetic contribution raise her descendants from menial tasks in the dusty mills to solid middle class. As she started to fadde into insignificance heer off shoots embraced the church, the law, medicine and commerce. She missed her hundredth birthday and her royal telegram only by a short head. If she knew her great great grandson whilst still a schoolboy had been selected because of his inate talent in communication to sit next to a royal prince at a private dinner ... she would have been pleased, but not I think surprised. I doubt whether she would have subscribed to the theory that the stars govern your fate ... I think she knew that she handed something on ... and if it's the blarney ... it's genetically dominant.
    What was it that reminded me of great aunt Mary ... it was a word association! It's quite a popular party game but the technique is also used by psychiatrists to probe the mysteries of the mind. You may reveal too much by a straight swift answer, so I always allow the word to linger in my cerebral pathways until multiple cross connections have suitably disguised my tortuous mental process.
    I know ... I was in the kitchen waiting for the beans to heat. Lovely to think that the good old 57s are enjoying a comeback in the high fibre diet. The radio was muttering away in the background, but I heard only one word 'ROOTS'. My first thought was teeth, because that canine has been knawing away for months, then followed swiftly the thought of origins and ancestors ... finally there was the closing snap reminiscent of gnashing dentures and my brain had solved the equation Roots + Teeth = Great Aunt Mary.
    Sometime I must sweep some more of the dust from my cerebral computer and write more of my forebears ... or is it all too confidential? Could I perhaps just whisper it to a few of my friends ... 'Under the rose' of course.21

Census Events

Member of Household3 April 1881They was listed as a member of the household of James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher in the 1881 census at 7 Kinloch Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland. James Conway, son, aged 7, scholar, born Kilwinning, Ayr, Scotland; James Conway, head, married, aged 45, Van Driver, born Ireland; Agnes Conway, wife, married, aged 39, born Ayr, Scotland.22
Member of Household5 April 1891They was listed as a member of the household of James Conway and Agnes McKenzie Fisher in the 1891 census at 11 Dons Road, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland. James Conway, son, aged 16, Clerk - apprentice, employed, born Ayrshire, Kilwinning; James Conway, head, married, aged 55, Vam Driver,m employed, born Ireland, Co Down; Agnes Conway, wife, married, aged 49, born Ayrshire, Prestwick.23
Head of Household31 March 1901He was listed as head of household along with spouse Margaret Tees in the 1901 census at 9 Herriot Hill Terrace, St Andrew, Edinburgh, Midlotian, Scotland. James Conway Head Married Male 26 1875 Commercial Clerk Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland
Margaret Conway Wife Married Female 30 1871 - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.24
Head of Household31 March 1911He was listed as head of household along with spouse Johnann Ford in the 1911 census at 52 Mount Pleasant, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland. James Conway, 3 in household, head, aged 36, married, cashier and bookkeeper at dentists, worker, born Ayrshire Kilwinning; John Ann Conway, wife, 30, married under 1 year, no children, born Forfaarshire, Dundee; also in the household were Janie Stewart Conway.25
Last Edited: 1 Apr 2018

Parents:

Father*: James Conway b. 1837, d. 27 Jun 1923
Mother*: Agnes McKenzie Fisher b. 14 Mar 1842, d. 14 Dec 1938

Family 1:

Margaret Tees b. c 1872, d. 21 Aug 1901
  • (Groom) Marriage*: James Conway married Margaret Tees on 1 June 1900 at Tradeston, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.4

Child:

Janie Stewart Conway+ b. 24 Jul 1901, d. 1995

Family 2:

Johnann Ford b. 10 Feb 1881, d. 8 Feb 1969
  • (Groom) Marriage*: James Conway married Johnann Ford, daughter of John Ford and Agnes Bennett, on 25 November 1910 at Edengrove, 20 Bank Street, Downfield, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland; 1910 marriages in the parish of Mains & Strathmartine in the county of Forfar, ref 24; 1910 on the twenty-fifth day of Novemebr at Edengrove, 20 Bank Avenue, Downfield after publication according to the forms of the Baptist Church; signed James Conway mercantile clerk widower, aged 36, residing 21 Union Place Dundee, parents James Conway jute mill nightwatchman and Agnes Conway ms Fisher; John Ann Ford certified fever nurse spinster; aged 29, residing 204 Lochee Road Dundee; parents John Ford painter journy (dec) and Agnes Ford ms Bennett; signed S M Conway minister Bowhill Baptist Church, signed James F Conway witness, Bella Ford witness; 1910 November 26th at Mains & Strathmartine Joseph Dickson registrar.8

Children:

Esther Agnes Ford Conway+ b. 1911, d. 20 Aug 1992
Florence Annie Fisher Conway b. 2 Jan 1916, d. Sep 1998

Citations

  1. [S49] Website Web Site online (www.) http://www.ayrshireroots.com/Towns/Kilwinning/Kilwinning%201837.htm
  2. [S49] Website Web Site online (www.) http://stat-acc-scot.edina.ac.uk/sas/sas.asp/?monospace=&twoup=&nohighlight=&account=2&transcript=&session-id=0e6ad3fbea8061a21f0cb372871b1e9b&naecache=5&accountrec=4685&navbar=&action=publicdisplay&parish=Kilwinning&county=Ayrshire&pagesize=
  3. [S14] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), GROS statutory births 599/00 0285 [Jul 2010].
  4. [S14] General Record Office for Scotland, GROS statutory births 1901 Edinburgh ref 685/02 0898 [Aug 2011].
  5. [S50] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), GROS statutory death [June 2004].
  6. [S64] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), GROS Statutory marriage 1906 Dundee St Mary ref 251 image held [June 2004].
  7. [S21] Headstone Photograph; , In the effects of Florence Annie Fisher (Conway) Miller (his daughter) after her death

    Annotation on back
    Mr James Conway
    1910 - 1925 Ward Road Baptist Church
    1925 - 1928 Rutherglen Baptist Church
    1928 - 1931 Ward Road Baptist Church
    1931 - 1934 St Andrews Baptist Church
    1934 - 1939 Cupar Baptist Church
    1939 - 1962 Ward Road Baptist Church.
  8. [S64] General Record Office for Scotland, GROS statutory marriage Mains & Strathmartine 1910 ref 24 image held [Jun 2004].
  9. [S4] James Conway - Agnes McKenzie Fisher, Autograph Book, 7 Jun 1911 & 1921, PC Carson, 2 Gillburn Road, Dundee, Scotland, Golden Wedding & Diamond Wedding Autograph Book.
  10. [S37] Directory Dundee (Dundee:. Hereinafter cited as Dundee Directory.
  11. [S43] PCC - AC photograph album.
  12. PCC - AC photograph album
  13. [S40] JF [Oct 2010].
  14. [S64] Unknown subject General Record Office of Scotland, GROS Statutory marriage Hamilton 1937 647/00 0162 image held [Aug 2011].
  15. [S50] Unknown subject General Record Office of Scotland, GROS statutory death St Andrew Dundee 1941 [Jul 2004].
  16. [S133] Interview with unknown informant (unknown informant address). Unknown repository (unknown repository address), CNM DGA Wedding Album [1950].
  17. [S43] CNM DGA Wedding Album [1950].
  18. [S50] Interview, General Record Office for Scotland, GROS statutory death 1962 Dundee West ref 282/02 0839 [Aug 2011].
  19. [S43] PCC photo [June 2006].
  20. [S50] Interview, General Record Office for Scotland, GROS statutory death 1969 Dundee ref 282/02 0125 [Aug 2011].
  21. [S33] Interview , MCM Copyright 1983.
  22. [S17] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), FHL Film 0203484 GRO ref vol 282-3 EnumDist 20 page 45.
  23. [S17] General Record Office for Scotland, GROS census 1891 Civil Parish of Dundee, Parish of Rosebank, 6th Burgh Ward of Dundee; 11 Dons Road; [Jun 2004].
  24. [S54] Website findmypast.co.uk (www.findmypast.co.uk) 19901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription URL of this page: http://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=gbc%2f1901%2f0038141883 [Nov 2016].
  25. [S17] General Record Office for Scotland, GROS census 1911 Dundee 282/1 6/19 [Nov 2016].