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Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter

M, #7566, b. circa 1840, d. 7 December 1921
Last Edited: 10 Jul 2020
Thomas Yule Miller, registrar

Parents:

Father*: James Miller gas meter repairer b. c 1811, d. 11 Oct 1873
Mother*: Beatrix Yule b. 21 Dec 1819, d. 30 Aug 1887
  • (Child) Birth*: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was born circa 1840.2
  • He was the son of James Miller gas meter repairer and Beatrix Yule.
  • Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter married Elizabeth Ainslie Mackie, daughter of James Waddell Mackie commission agent and Jeannie Ainslie, on Tuesday, 13 July 1869 at 17 Strawberrybank, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, .2
  • (Deceased) Death*: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter died on 7 December 1921 at 3 Melville Terrace, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, .3
  • Obituary: The obituary of Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was was published on 8 December 1921 at Dundee, Angus, Scotland, . DEATH OF MR T. Y.
    MILLER JOURNALIST AND REGISTRAR
    The death occurred yesterday at his residence, 3 Mellville Terrace, Dundee, of Mr Thomas Yule Miller, who for over 30 years was Registrar of St Peter's District. For 35 years prior to his appointment as Registrar he was connected with the "Courier" and for 21 of these years he acted as chief reporter.
    Mr Miller served an apprenticeship to the printing business with Messr Hill & Alexander, who then ocupied an old building overlooking the Wrights' Hall in Key's Close, Nethergate, which many years ago had to make way for Whiteholl Street. Keen to improve his opportunities, he learned Pitman's shorthand without a teacher, and was subsequently appointed assistant reporter on the "Courier". He became its chief reporter in 1866.
    In 1887 Mr Miller was appointed Registrar of St Peter's District, and continued in this office until about two years ago, when he retired from active duties and was appointed Consulting Registrar. His long services as Registrar brought him into contact with all classes, and by all he was held in the highest esteem.
    Mr Miller was over 80 years of age.4
  • (Registrar) Birth: He was the officiating registrar when the birth of Meshach Wheatley McLagan was registered on 24 April 1896 at 12 Park Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1896 births in the district of St Peter in the urgh of Dundee, ref 305; Meshach Wheatley McLAggan, 1896 April Twenty-fourth 7h 20m pm, 12 Park Lane Dundee, male, parents David Chalmers McLaggan plumber journeyman & Johan McLagan ms Wheatley, m 1894 June 9th Dundee; informant David McLagan father; registered 1896 May 7th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.5
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of Margaret Chalmers Dickson domestic servant was registered on 26 November 1896 at 28 Lowdens Alley, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1896 Births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 816, Margaret Chalmers Dickson (vaccinated as per certificate dated 7th June 1897 JGM Regr), 1896 November 26th 1h 15m AM 28 Lowdens Alley Dundee, parents John Dickson calender worker and Eliza Jane Dickson ms McManus; married 1888 January 2nd Dundee, informant Eliza Dickson, mother, registered 1896 December 9the at Dundee T Y Miller regr.6,7
  • (Registrar) Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the marriage of Alice Maria Adamson and Robert Hay Adamson on Wednesday, 2 June 1897 at 69 Magdalen Green, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, , was registered; 1897 marriages in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 100; 1897 on the Second say of June at 69 Magdalen Green Dundee after banns according to the forms of the Free Church; signed R H Adamson jute manufacturer bachelor, aged 28, 1 Lour Road Forfar, parents James Wilson Adamson jute manufacturer and Rose Adamson ms Clark; signed Alice Maria Adamson spinster,aged 24, 69 Magdalen Green Dundee, parents John Adamson wholesale grocer and Ann Adamson ms Lowson; signed David Morrison Ross minister of St Johns Free Church Dundee, signed John Chas Robertson witness, Nellie Rose Adamson witness; 1897 June 4th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.8
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Margaret Chalmers Marr was registered on 28 October 1898 at 11 Watson's Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1898 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 464; Margaret Chalmers Marr single, died 1898 October Twenty-eighth 2h 40m pm 11 Watson's Lane Dundee, female aged 6 weeks, parents John Marr labourere jute work and Mary Ann Marr ms Dickson, cause arasmus & bronchial pneumonia 5 days as certified by Percy j Henderson MB, signed John Marr father present, registered 1898 October 28th at Dundee signed T Y Miller registrar.9
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of Alexander Young Dickson jute mill oiler was registered on 25 May 1899 at 7 Bernard Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1899 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee; ref 380; Alexander Young Dickson, 1899 May twenty fifth 3h 0m am 7 Bernard Street Dundee; m; John Dickson calendar worker Eliza Jane Dickson ms McManus m 1888 January 2nd Dundee; inf Eliza Dickson mother; reg 1899 June 6th at Dundee D Young assistant registrar initialled TYM (T Y Miller registrar.)10
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of Helen Marr was registered on 2 April 1900 at 13 Watson's Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1900 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee; ref 214; Helen Marr; 1900 April second 3h 15m am 13 Watson's Lane Dundee; f; John Marr labourer jute works Mary Ann Marr ms Dickson 1898 April 8th Dundee; John Marr father present; 1900 April 8th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.11
  • (Registrar) Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the marriage of John Wallace and Helen Dickson on Friday, 25 May 1900 at 16 Lowdens Alley, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, , was registered; 1900 marriages in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 72; 1900 on the twenty-fifth day of May at 16 Lowdens Alley Dundee after publication according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland; signed John Wallace yarn bundler bachelor, 18, 14 Lowdens Alley, parents John Wallace calander worker, Margaret Wallace ms Roy (dec); signed Helen Dickson jute spinner spinster, 17, 16 Lowdens Alley Dundee, parents Alexander Dickson shoemaker (dec), Margaret Dickson ms Chambers; signed William Hall minister of St Thomas Established Church, John Marr, Mary Ann Marr, witnesses; registered 1900 May 28th at Dundee T G Millar registrar.12
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of John Wallace was registered on 24 November 1900 at 11 Watsons Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1900 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 762; John Wallace, 1900 November Twenty-fourth 5h 0m pm 11 Watsons Lane, male, parents John Wallace yarn bundler, Helen Wallace ms Dickson, m 1900 May 25 Dundee; informant John Wallace father present; registered 1900 November 29th at Dundee J G Millar.13
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Margaret Chalmers was registered on 19 January 1902 at 20 Lowdens Alley, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1902 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 25; Margaret Dickson widow of Alexander Dickson shoemaker journeyman; female aged 68 years; parents James Chambers labourer (dec), Margaret Chambers ms Young (dec); cause pneumonia 6 days as cert by W E Foggie MB.; informant John Dickson son 7 Union Place, present; registered 1902 January 20 at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.14
  • (Registrar) Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the marriage of Charles Robert Kirkwood Lawson and Elizabeth Anderson Miller on Friday, 24 April 1903 at 14 Thomson Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, , was registered; 1903 marriages in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 74; 1903 on the Twenty-fourth day of April at 14 Thomson Street Dundee after banns according to the forms of the United Free Church; signed Charles R Lawson patternmaker bachelor aged 25 residing at 1165 Dumbarton Road Govan Glasgow, parents Robert Davie Lawson mason and Ellen Lawson ms Cunnison; signed Lizzie Miller dressmaker spinster aged 23 residing at 14 Thomson Street Dundee, parents James Milne Miller clerk and Margaret Ambrose Niller ms Porter; signed John Reid MA Tay Square Church Dundee signed George G Moneury witneess signed Jeannie Miller witness; registered 1903 April 25th at Dundee signed T Y Miller registrar.15,16
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of David Blair Whittet was registered on 21 March 1905 at 18 Kincardine Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1905 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 106; David Blair Whittet joiner journeyman married to 1) Marjory Miller 2) Elizabeth Gray; 1905 March twenty-first 6h 30m am 18 Kincardine Street Dundee; male aged 57 years; parents George Blair Whittet ship carpenter (dec) and Margaret Whittet ms Blair (dec); chronic intrastitial nephritis 8 months cardiac failure immediate as cert by C S Young MRCS; signed George Blair Whittet son 3 Kincardine Street present; registered 1905 March 21st at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.17
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of John Gray Calder was registered on 17 March 1906 at 21 Blackness Avenue, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1906 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 131; John Gray Calder accountant married to 1st Agnes Junor MacKay 2nd Anna Just Small; died 1906 March Seventeenth 10h 45m am at 21 Blackness Avenue Dundee, male aged 62 years, parents John Calder mason (dec) and Jean Calder ms Ramsay (dec), cause of death apoplexy 2 years, bronchial catarrh as certified by Geo A Pirie MD; signed Agnes Kinnear Calder daughter and inmate present; registered 1906 March 19th at Dundee D Young assistant registrar initalled TYM (T Y Miller registrar.)18
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of Euphemia Stewart Johnston was registered on 16 October 1906 at 19 Hean's Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1906 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 708; Euphemia Stewart Johnstone illiegitimate; 1906 October fourteenth 7h 45m pm, 19 Hean's Lane Dundee; female; parent Euphemia Stewart Johnstone jute spinner; informant Euphemia Johnstone mother; registered 1906 November 5th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.19
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of John Adamson was registered on 25 February 1907 at 69 Magdalen Green, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1907 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 87; JohnAdamson retired wholesale grocer, justice of the peace, married to Ann Webster Lowson; 1907 February Twenty-fifth 10h 30m am 69 Magdalen Green Dundee; male age 78 years; parents Chales Adamson shoemaker (dec) and Jane Adamson ms Ross (dec); cause heart failure dropsy 1 year as cert by A M Stalker MD; R W Adamson son 277 Hawkhill; 1907 February 27th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.20
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Agnes Barrie was registered on 2 September 1907 at 1 Small's Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1907 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee; 319, Agnes Stewart widow of David Stewart police constable; 1907 September second 5h 53m pm 1 Small's Wynd Dundee, f, 76 years, John Barrie flaxdresser (dec) Margaret Barrie ms Hay (dec); Chronic bronchitis several years, heart failure 3 months as cert by G W Miller MB; Euphemia Johnston her + mark daughter 10 St Mary Street, D Young assist registrar witness; registered 1907 September 3rd at Dundee D Young assist registrar initialled TYM (T Y Miller registrar.)21
  • (Registrar) Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the marriage of Jeannie Stewart yarn winder and James Kinnear joiner on Friday, 12 June 1908 at 27 Windsor Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, , was registered; After banns according to the forms of the United Free Church, signed James Kinnear joiner journeyman bachelor aged 22 residing 2 St Davids Lane Dundee, parents James Kinnear labourer and Annie Walker Kinnear ms Donald; signed Jeannie Stewart yarn winder spinster aged 22 residing 22 Mortimer Street Dundee, parents William Stewart labourer and Catherine Stewart ms Gilmartin; signed J Gordon minister Chalmers Church Dundee, signed Mary Caton witness, signed Robert Donald Kinnear witness; registered 1908 June 15 at Dundee signed T Y Miller registrar.22
    12 June 1908 James Kinnear, Jeannie Stewart marriage
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Mary McLeod was registered on 8 August 1908 at 89 Peddie Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1908 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 295; Mary Waterston married to David Waterston dock gateman, died 1908 August Eighth 8h 0m om at 89 Peddie Street Dundee; female aged 44 years, parents Daniel McLeod bootmaker (dec) and Allison MvLeod ms Grubb (dec); cause cerebral thrombosis 2 days, hemilpegia 2 days as certified by R C Mathers MB..; signed David Waterston widower; registerd 1908 August 10th at Dundee signed D Young assistant registrar, initialled TYM [T Y Miller registrar].24
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of James Morris was registered on 16 January 1909 at 1 Small's Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1909 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 78; James Morris Johnston illegitimate; 1909 January sixteenth 2h 0m am 1 Small's Wynd Dundee, male; mother Euphemia Johnston jute spinner, no father stated; informant Euphemia Johnston mother; registered 1909 February 4th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.25,26
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of Ellen Rhoda Conway was registered on 10 September 1909 at 14 Bellefield Avenue, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1909 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 571; Ellen Rhoda Conway, 1909 September tenth 4h 15m pm 14 Bellefield Avenue Dundee; female, parents Samuel Meney Conway dental mechanic and Jane Conway ms Lamberton m 1906 June 11th Kilmarnock; signed S M Conway father; 1909 September 20th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.27
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Agnes Miller Neill was registered on 20 November 1909 at 20 Union Place, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1909 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee ref 395; Agnes Miller Neill single, 1909 November Twentieth 6h 40m pm 20 Union Place Dundee, female aged 7 months, parents Robert Neill watchmaker journeyman and Agnes Fisher Neill ms Miller, cause infantile asthenia [debility] 21 days duration as cert by R P Matthew MD, signed Robert Neill father, registered 1909 November 22nd at Dundee D Young assistant regsitrar initialed TYM (T Y Miller registrar.)28
  • (Registrar) Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the marriage of George Whitton and Jessie Milne Miller on Wednesday, 21 June 1911 at 2 Beechwood Terrace, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, , was registered; 1911 marriages in the district of St Peter in the Burgh of Dundee, ref 83; 1911 on the Twenty-first day of June at 2 Beechwood Terrace Dundee after publication according to the forms of the United Free Church; signed George Whitton tabacconist bachelor, 29, 8 Lilybank Road, Dundee, parents George Whitton lathefitter and Grace Whitton ms Duncan; signed Jessie Milne Miller jute weaver spinster, 24, 13 Rosefield Street Dundee, parents William Miller jute work overseer and Marion McKenzie Miller ms Conway; signed John Manzie minister Tay Square Church Dundee, signed David P Whitton witness, Jean S Whitton witness, Lizzie C Miller witness; registered 1911 June 26th at Dundee, T Y Miller registrar.29
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Alexander Morris Johnston was registered on 18 August 1911 at 1 Small's Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1911 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 167; Alexander Morris Johnston single illegitimate; 1911 April Eighteeenth 9h 20m am, 1 Small's Wynd, male aged 5 months; parents Euphemia Stewart Johnston jute spinner; cause tuberculous peritonitis 1 month as certified by William Kinnear MD; informant Euphemia Johnston mother present; registered 1911 April 19th as Dundee T Y Miller registrar.30
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Robert Neill was registered on 18 September 1911 at 2 Ford's Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1911 deaths in the district of St peter in the burgh of Dundee ref 328, Robert Neil watchmaker journeyman married to Agnes Fisher Miller, died 1911 September Eighteenth 4h 0m am at 2 Ford's Lane Dundee (usual residence 20 Union Place Dundee), male aged 29 years parents John Neill watchmaker and Catherine Carstairs Neill ms Cossar, died of pulmonary thuberculosis as certified by Key Buist MB.., signed John Neill father & occupier present, registered 1911 September 19th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.31
  • (Registrar) Birth: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the birth of Stanley Lawson was registered on 7 September 1912 at 24 Thomson Street, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1912 births in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 527; Stanley Lawson, born 1912 September Seventh 10h 1m am at 24 Thomson Street Dundee, male, parents Charles Robert Lawson patternmaker and Lizzie Lawson ms Miller who married 1903 April 24th at Dundee; signed Lizzie Lawson mother, registered 1912 September 26th at Dundee signed T Y Miller registrar.15,32
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Euphemia Stewart jute spinner was registered on 7 April 1913 at 1 Smalls Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; Euphemia Johnston widow of William Johnston merchant seaman; died 1913 April 7th 6h 55m am at 1 Small's Wynd Dundee aged 49 years; father James Stewart, jute stower (deceased), mother Agnes Stewart ms Barrie (deceased); cardiac disease as certified by H Buist MB; informant Jessie Ballingall daughter 26 St Mary Street (present); registered 1913 April 8th at Dundee T Y Millar registrar.33
  • (Registrar) Marriage: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the marriage of James Wilson Morris harbour labourer and Euphemia Stewart Johnston jute spinner on Tuesday, 16 February 1915 at 1 Smalls Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, , was registered; 1915 marriages in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 31; 1915 on the ninteenth day of February at 1 Smalls Wynd Dundee after publication according to the forms of the United Free Church; James Morris his mark witnesses Maggie Smith, Mary Meney, harbour labourer widower, aged 50, 1 Smalls Wynd Dundee, parents James Wilson Morris labourer (dec), Isabella Morris prev McLennan, ms Buits (dec); Euphemia Johnston jute spinner spinster, aged 30, 1 Smalls Wynd Dundee, parents William Johnston stoker (dec), Euphemia Johnston ms Stewart (dec); signed David Lawson chaplain U F Church, Peter Walls, Helen Walls, witnesses; registered 1915 February 17th at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.34
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of David Marr Dickson jute preparer was registered on 28 February 1916 at 27 Isle's Lane, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1916 deaths in the district of St Mary & St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 76; David Marr Dickson, jute preparer (single) died 1916 February 28th 2h 35m PM, 27 Isle's Lane Dundee, 14 years; father John Dickson calender worker; mother Eliza Jane Dickson ms McManus; Lobar Pnuemonia as certified by J B Tierney MD; informant John Dickson father & occupier (present); registered 1916 February 28th at Dundee, T Y Miller registrar.35
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Ann Crabb was registered on 18 February 1918 at 89 Peddie Street, St Peter, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1918 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 57; Ann Waterston widow of David Waterston prin winder, found dead 1918 February Eighteenth 7h 0m am at 89 Peddie Street Dundee, female aged 79 years, parents William Crabb shoemaker (dec) and Jean Crabb ms Johnston (dec), cause probably cardiac failure (seen pm) as certified by Jessie J Thom MBChB; signed David Waterston son and occupier; registered 1918 February 20th at Dundee signed T Y Miller registrar.36
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Robert Morris was registered on 20 November 1918 at 18 Park Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; 1918 deaths in the district of St Peter in the burgh of Dundee, ref 334; Robert Morris single; 1918 November twentieth 4h 45m am 18 Park Wynd Dundee; male aged 3 hours; parents James Morris harbour labourer and Euphemia Stewart Morris ms Johnston; cause premature birth seem pm as cert by William Kinnear MD; informant James Morris his x mark father present T Y Miller registrar witness; 1918 November 23rd at Dundee T Y Miller registrar.37
  • (Registrar) Death: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter was the officiating registrar when the death of Euphemia Stewart Johnston jute spinner was registered on 22 November 1918 at 18 Park Wynd, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, ; Euphemia Stewart Morris, Jute Spinner (married to James Morris, Harbour Labourer) 1918, November Twenty-second, 6h 20m PM at 18 Park Wynd, Dundee, aged 34 years; parents: William Johnston, Labourer (deceased), Euphemia Johnston, ms Stewart (deceased); cause: influenza 7 days as cert by William Kinnear MD; informant James Morris X his mark Widower present. Wit J G Millar, reg; registered 23 Nov 1918, J G Millar registrar.38
  • (Witness) Memorial Inscription: Thomas Yule Millar registrar Dundee, 1st St Peter is commemorated on the headstone erected in 1869 at Western Cemetery, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . Inscription reads 1869. Jas Ainslie shipbuilder Dundee 20.4.1868 86, w Eliz Grimman 13.1.1870 87, s Jas d Pitroddie 2.2.1835 15 int Kilspindie, da Jane Ainslie Mackie 2.8.1870 61, s Joseph Grimman 19.11.1893 74, gda Eliz Ainslie Mackie 22.8.1919 82 (h Thomas Yule Miller registrar 7.12.1921 81, da Jane Ainslie Mackie 28.2.1874 3y9m). Jemima Jane Ainslie Mackie 10.6.1928 75.39

Census Events

Member of Household30 March 1851They was listed as a member of the household of James Miller gas meter repairer and Beatrix Yule in the 1851 census at 9 Lily Bank & Craigie Knowe, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . Thomas Miller Son Unmarried Male 10 1841 Scholar Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland; James Miller Head Married Male 35 1816 Labourer Glamiss Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland; Elisabeth Yule Wife Married Female 30 1821 - Longforgan, Forfarshire
(Angus), Scotland.40
Member of Household7 April 1861They was listed as a member of the household of James Miller gas meter repairer and Beatrix Yule in the 1861 census at Arbroath Road North Side, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . Thomas Millar Son Unmarried Male 20 1841 Printer Compositor Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland; James Miller Head Married Male 48 1813 Gas Fitter Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland
Berbraze Miller Wife Married Female 41 1820 - Longforgan, Perthshire, Scotland.41
Head of Household2 April 1871He was listed as head of household along with spouse Elizabeth Ainslie Mackie in the 1871 census at 38 Crofts Lane, Liff & Benivie, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . Thomas Miller Head Married Male 30 1841 News Paper Reporter Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland
Elezebth Miller Wife Married Female 33 1838 - Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland; also in the household were Jane Ainslie Mackie Miller.42
Head of Household3 February 1881He was listed as head of household along with spouse Elizabeth Ainslie Mackie in the 1881 census at 3 Melville Terrace, Liff & Bevie, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . Thomas Miller Head Married Male 40 1841 Newspaper Reporter Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland
Elizabeth Miller Wife Married Female 41 1840 - Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland; also in the household were James Miller, Lizzie J Miller, Thomas Joseph Grimman Ainslie Miller insurance inspector and Janet Stewart.43
Head of Household5 April 1891He was listed as head of household along with spouse Elizabeth Ainslie Mackie in the 1891 census at Melville Terrace, Liff & Bevie, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . Thomas Y Miller Head Married Male 50 1841 Short Land Writer Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland
Elizabeth Miller Wife Married Female 52 1839 - Dundee, Forfarshire (Angus), Scotland; also in the household were James Miller, Lizzie J Miller, Thomas Joseph Grimman Ainslie Miller insurance inspector and Maggie Stewart.44
Head of Household31 March 1911He was listed as head of household along with spouse Elizabeth Ainslie Mackie in the 1911 census at 3 Melville Terrace, Dundee, Forfarshire, Scotland, . 7 rooms with windows; Thomas Yule Miller, 5 persons in house, head, age 70, married, registrar of Births Marraiages & Deaths, Town Council, worker, born Dundee; Elizabeth A Miller, wife, age 70, married 41 years, 4 children born, 3 alive now, born Dundee; also in the household were Lizzie J Miller, Thomas Joseph Grimman Ainslie Miller insurance inspector and Margaret J Gow.45

Family:

Elizabeth Ainslie Mackie b. 22 May 1837, d. 22 Aug 1919

Children:

  • (Witness) History: Dundee 1st District St Peter

    REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.—Ist or St Peter's District—T. Y. Miller, Registrar ; Office, 146 Perth road. 2d or St Mary''s District—James Anderson, Registrar ; Office, 11 Ward road. Zd or St Clement's District—David Scott, Registrar ; Office, 93 Commercial street. ith or St Andreio's District—James Murray, Registrar ; Office, 16 King street. Mh or Lochee District—John Robertson, Registrar ; Office, 62 High street, Lochee. Office hours, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and from 6 to 7 p.m; Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to noon.

    Registrations must be effected as follows, viz. :—Births within 21 days ; Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within 6 months—unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medical Practitioner. Parties registering births ought to produce proof of the marriage of the parents.

    Registration Districts.
    For the purposes of the Acts of Parliament relative to the Registration of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, those portions of the parish of Dundee and of the united parishes of Liflf and Benvie, comprehended within the boundaries of the Burgh of Dundee, are divided into Five Districts as follow : The First, or St Peter's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the Boundary commencing at the point where the Parliamentary Boundary on the west terminates in the River Tay ; thence along said boundary Northwards till it joins the Blackness road ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins the Scouringburn; thence along the middle of the Scouringburn and Westport till it joins South Tay street; thence along the middle of South Tay street, and across the Nethergate and Southwards in a line with and along the West Wall of the Roman Catholic Chapel to the Southern Boundary of the Burgh.
    Second, or St Mary's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the Boundary, commencing at that point in the River where the Southern boundary of the First District terminates; thence along said boundary Northwards to Westport, thence in a Westerly direction along the middle of ithe Westport, Scouringburn, and Blackness road, as far as the road leading to Glenagnes cottage; thence along tlie middle of said road till it joins a road leading to Balgay street ; thence along the middle of Balgay street till it joins the Lochee road; thence in an Easterly direction along the middle of said road to Union place; thence along tiae middle of the road at Union place in a Northwesterly direction till it joins the Loons road; thence along the middle of that road in an Easterly direction till it joins the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence along said Railway to the Tunnel; thence along the middle of the road leading from the Southern entrance of the Tunnel to the top of Constitution road ; thence along the middle of Constitution road, Barrack street. Tally street, and Couttie's wynd, across Dock street till it joins West Dock street; thence along the middle of West Dock street to the River.
    Third, or St Clement's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the boundary commencing at that point in the River where the Southern Boundary of the Second District terminates ; thence along that boundary Northwards along the middle of West Dock street, Couttie's wynd, Tally street. Barrack street, and Constitiition road to the Tunnel ; thence in a line Northwards till it joins the Northern Bovindary of the Burgh ; thence along said boundary Eastwards as far as the Mains road ; thence in a Southerly direction along the middle of the Mains road, Hilltown, and Wellgate ; thence East along the middle of the Cowgate to St Andrew's street ; thence along the middle of St Andrew's street, Trades lane, and the Road on the East side of the Customhouse till it reaches the Shipbuilding Yards ; thence along the middle of the road on the South side of Victoria Dock till it joins a road leading along the East side of the Patent Slip buildings ; thence along the middle of said road to the River.
    Fourth, or St Andreio's District, to include that portion of the Burgh comprehended within the Eastern Boiindary of St Clement's District and the Eastern Boundary of the Burgh. Fifth, or Lochee District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh, commencing at the point in the Blackness road where the Western Boundary of the First District terminates ; thence along the middle of Blackness road, the road leading past Glenagnes cottage, Balgay street, Lochee road to Union place ; thence along the middle of Union place and Loons road to the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence along the middle of said Railway to the Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along Boundary West and South, to point in Blackness road before mentioned.46
  • (Witness) History: Dundee 1st District St Peter

    REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND I^IARRIAGES.—Is^ St Peter's District—T. Y. Miller, Registrar ; Office, 59 Perth road. 2d St Alary's District—James Anderson;;^Registrar ; Office, 11 AVard road, or St element's District—David Scott, Registrar ; Office, 93 Commercial stree 4th or St Andrew's District—James Murray, Registrar ; Office, 16 Kin street. 5th or Lochee District—John Robertson, Registrar ; Office, 62 Hig street, Lochee. Office hours, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and from 6 to 7 p.m. Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to noon.

    Registrations must be effected as follows, viz. :—Births within 21 day Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within months—unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medic Practitioner. Parties registering births ought to produce proof of t marriage of the parents.

    Registration Districts.
    I For the purposes of the Acts of Parliament relative to the Registration I Births, Deaths, and Marriages, those portions of the parish of Dundee and jthe imited parishes of Liff and Benvie, comprehended within the boundaries the Burgh of Dundee, are divided into Five Districts as follow :
    The First, j St Peter's District, to comprehend and include that j^ortion of the Burgh with I the Boundary commencing at the point where the Parliamentary Boundary on t ] west terminates in the River Tay ; thence along said boundary Northwards till joins the Blackness road ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins t iScouringburn; thence along the middle of the Scouringburn and Westport t it joins South Tay street ; thence along the middle of South Tay street, a (across the Nethergate and Southwards in a line with and along the West Wa of the Roman Catholic Chapel to the Southern Boundary of the Burgh
    Second, or St Mary's District, to comprehend and include that portion of t Burgh within the Boundary, commencing at that point in the River where t Southern boundary of the First District terminates; thence along said bounda
    Second, or St Mary's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the Boundary, commencing at that point in the River where the Southern boundary of the First District terminates; thence along said boundary ill III Northwards to Westport, thence in a Westerly du-ection along the middle o the Westport, Scouringburn, and Blackness road, as far as the road leading ti Glenagnes cottage ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins a roa( leading to Balgay street ; thence along the middle of Balgay street till it joini the Lochee road; thence in an Easterly direction along the middle of said roa( jji to Union place; thence along the middle of the road at Union place in a North Westerly direction till it joins the Loons road; thence along the middle of tha road in an Easterly direction till it joins the Old Newtyle Railway ; thenc( along said Railway to the Tnnnel; thence along the middle of the road leading from the Southern entrance of the Tvmnel to the top of Constitution road thence along the middle of Constitvxtion road, Barrack street, Tally street, am Couttie's wynd, across Dock street till it joins West Dock street; thence alonj the middle of West Dock street to the River.
    Third, or St Clement's District to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the boundarj commencing at that point in the River where the Southern Boundary of th( Second District terminates ; thence along that boundary Northwards along tht middle of West Dock street, Couttie's wynd. Tally street. Barrack street, anc Constitution road to the Tunnel ; thence in a line Northwards till it joins the Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along said boundary Eastwards as far as the Provost road ; thence in a Southerly direction along the middle of th( Provost road, Mains road, Hilltown, and Wellgate ; thence Eastalongthe middh of Cowgate to St Andrew's street ; thence along the middle of St Andrew's street. Trades lane, and the Road on the East side of the Customhouse till r reaches the Shipbuilding Yards ; thence along the middle of the road on th< South side of Victoria Dock till it joins a road leading along the East side o; the Patent Slip buildings ; thence along the middle of said road to the River
    Fourth, or St Andreiv's District, to include that portion of the Burgh com prehended Avithin the Eastern Boundary of St Clement's District and th< Eastern Boundary of the Burgh. Fifth, or Lochee District, to comprehenc and include that portion of the Burgh, commencing at the point in the Blackness road where the Western Boundary of the First District terminates ; thenc« along the middle of Blackness road, the road leading past Glenagnes cottage Balgay street, Lochee road to Union place ; thence along the middle of Unioi place and Loons road to the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence along the middltj ji of said Railway to the Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along Boundary West and South, to point in Blackness road before mentioned.46
  • (Witness) History: Dundee 1st District St Peter

    REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.—ls« or fSt Peter's District—T. Y. Miller, Registrar ; Office, 57 Perth road. 2d or St Mary's District—James Anderson, Registrar ; Office, 11 Ward road. 3d or St Cle^neni's District—David Scott, Registrar ; Office, 93 Commercial street ^^1 ith or St Andreio's District—James Miirray, Registrar ; Office, 16 Kinf ^ street, bth or Lochee District—John Robertson, Registrar ; Office, 62 Higl ^ street, Lochee. Office hours, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and from 6 to 7 p.m. ri Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to noon. '*^
    Registrations must be effected as follows, viz. :—Births within 21 days Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within ( months—unless certificate of i^ostponement be granted by a qualified Medica Practitioner. Parties registering births ought to produce proof of th( marriage of the parents.
    Registration Districts.
    For the purposes of the Acts of Parliament relative to the Registration o Births, Deaths, and Marriages, those portions of the parish of Dundee and o the imited parishes of Liff and Benvie, comprehended within the boundaries o "the Burgh of Dundee, are di^nided into Five Districts as follow : —
    The First, oi JSt Peter's District, to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh withii the Boundary commencing at the point where the Parliamentary Boundary on thi west terminates in the River Tay ; thence along said boundary Northwards till i joins the Blackness road ; thence along the middle of said road till it joins thi Scouringburn; thence along the middle of the Scouringburn and Westport til it joins South Tay street ; thence along the middle of South Tay street, an< across the Nethergate and Southwards in a line with and along the West "VVal of the Roman Catholic Chapel to the Southern Boundary of the Burgh
    Second, or St Marii's District, to comprehend and include that portion of tb Burgh within the Boundary, commencing at that point in the River where tb Southern boundary of the Fu-st District terminates; thence along said boundar; Northwards to "Westport, thence in a Westerly direction along the middle o the Westport, Scouringburn, and Blackness road, as far as the road leading t Glenagnes cottage; thence along the middle of said road till it joins a roat leading to Balgay street; thence along the middle of Balgay street till it join the Lochee road; thence in an Easterly direction along the middle of said roa* to Union place; thence along the middle of the road at Union place in a North Westerly direction till it joins the Loons road; thence along the middle of tha road in an Easterly direction till it joins the Old Newtyle Railway ; theno along said Railway to the Tunnel; thence along the middle of the road leadinj. from the Southern entrance of the Tunnel to the top of Constitution road! thence along the middle of Constitution road. Barrack street. Tally street, ant Couttie's wynd, across Dock street till it joins West Dock street; thence alon; the middle of West Dock street to the River.
    Third, or St Clement'' s District to comprehend and include that portion of the Burgh within the boundar; commencing at that point in the River where the Soutliern Boundary of th Second District terminates ; thence along that boundary Northwards along th< middle of West Dock sti'eet, Couttie's wynd, Tally street. Barrack street, am Constitution road to the Tunnel ; thence in a line Northwards till it joins th Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along said boundary Eastwards a far as the Provost road ; thence in a Southerly direction along the middle of th Provost road, Mains road, Hilltown, and Wellgate ; thence Eastalongthe middl of Cowgate to St Andrew's street ; thence along the middle of St Andrew'' street. Trades lane, and the Road on the East side of the Customhouse till i reaches the Shipbuilding Yards ; thence along the middle of the road on th South side of Victoria Dock till it joins a road leading along the East side o the Patent Slip buildings ; thence along the middle of said road to the Rivei
    Fourth, or St Andrew's District, to include that portion of the Burgh com prehended within the Eastern Boundary of St Clement's District and th Eastern Boundary of the Biirgh. Fifth, or Lochee District, to comprehenmand include that portion of the Burgh, commencing at the point in the Blacli ^ fee k ifie ess road where the Western Boundary of the First District terminates ; thence long the middle of Blackness road, the road leading past Glenagnes cottage^ Jalgay street, Lochee road to Union place ; thence along the middle of Union dace and Loons road to the Old Newtyle Railway ; thence along the middle f said Railway to the Northern Boundary of the Burgh ; thence along boundary AVest and South, to point in Blackness road before mentioned.46
  • (Witness) History: Dundee 1st District St Peter

    REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES.—1st or St Peter's District—T. Y. Miller, Registrar ; Office, 57 Perth road. 2nd or St Mary's District—Thomas Meek, Registrar ; Office, 11 Ward road. 3rd or St Clement's District—Alex. Simpson, Registrar ; Office, 93 Commercial street. ±th or St Andrew's District—James Murray, Registrar ; Office, 16 King street. 5th or Lochee District—John Robertson, Registrar ; Office, 62 High street, Lochee. Office hours, daily except Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m; Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 6 to 8 p.m; Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon.
    Registrars for Proclamation of Banns for Parish of Liff and Benvie—T. Y. Miller, 57 Perth road ; Thomas Meek, 11 Ward road ; John Robertson, 62 High street, Lochee ; Alexander Gloag, Schoolhouse, Liff.
    Registrations must be effected as follows, viz. :—Births within 21 days ; Deaths within 8 days ; Marriages within 3 days ; Vaccinations within 6 nonths—unless certificate of postponement be granted by a qualified Medical Practitioner, or statutory declaration of conscientious objection provided. Parties registering births ought to produce proof of the marriage of the parents.
    Registration Districts (Prepared by City Architect). Where boundaries are described by roads and streets the centre lines thereof to be taken.
    1st or St Peter's District.—On west by burgh boundary ; on north by Blackness road, Brook street, Westport ; on east by South Tay street and maginary line from west wall of St Andrew's Pro-Cathedral southwards to •iver ; on south by river.
    2nd or St Mary's District.—On west and north by Glenagnes lane to a x>int therein about 225 yards north of Blackness road, imaginary line northjastwards to City road at its junction with Scott street, City road, Logie street, Cobden street, Loons road, to old Newtyle railway ; on east by old »! Newtyle railway to tunnel, North Constitution street, Upper Constitution 14 itreet, Constitution road, Barrack street, Tally street, Couttie's wynd including Mathers' hotel), West Dock street ; on south and west by river, Imaginary line from river northwards to west wall of St Andrew's Propathedral, South Tay street, Westport, Brook street, Blackness road, to Jlenagnes lane.
    3rd or St Clement's District.—On west by West Dock street (excluding Mathers' hotel), Couttie's wynd, Tally street, Barrack street, Constitution . 'oad, Upper Constitution street, North Constitution street, old Newtyle ailway to Clepington road ; on north by Clepington road ; on east by ?rovost road, Mains road, Hilltown, Wellgate, Cowgate, St Andrew's street, Trades lane, road on east side of Customhouse buildings, road on south side »f Victoria dock, road on east side of Patent Slip buildings ; on south by river.
    4th or St Andrew's District.—Dundee Portion—On west by road on east ide of Patent Slip buildings, road on south side of Victoria dock, road on sast side of Custom-house buildings, Trades lane, St Andrew's street, Cowfate, Wellgate, Hilltown, Mains road, Provost road ; on north by Clepington oad as far east as Forfar road, thence by a straight line to the junction of Did Craigie road and Pitkerro road, thence by Parliamentary burgh boundary or a distance of ninety-seven lineal yards or thereby, thence by Dundee Combination Parish boundary for a distance of two hundred and forty-three lineal yards or thereby, and thence by burgh boundary ; on east by the burgh boundary ; on south by river. Portion outwith Dundee—All between burgh boundary and Dundee Combination Parish boundary.
    5th or Lochee District.—On west by burgh boundary ; on north by burgh boundary and Clepington road to old Newtyle railway"; on east and south by old Newtyle railway to Loons road, Loons road, Cobden street, Logie street, City road to its junction with Scott street, imaginary line south-westwards to a point in Glenagnes road about 225 yards north of Blackness road, Glenagnes road, Blackness road.
    Mains and Strathmartine District.—Dundee Portion—On north by burgh boundary between King's Cross at Clepington road and junction of old Craigie road with Pitkerro road ; on south and west by Clepington road as far east as Forfar road, thence in a straight line to junction of Old Craigie road and Pitkerro road, thence by Parliamentary boundary for a distance of ninety-seven lineal yards or thereby, thence by Dundee Combination Parish boundary for a distance of two hundred and forty-three lineal yards or thereby. Landward Portion—All north of burgh boundary. Registrar's Office, Downfield. Hours for Registration—Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10 to 11 forenoon, and Mondays and Fridays from 7 to 8 evening ; Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 evening. Joseph Dickson, Registrar.
    (To ascertain in what District any particular street or terrace may be situated, see List of Streets, page 19, where the figures in brackets ( ) denote the various Registration Districts.)46

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