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John Cuthbert

M, #6968, b. circa 1857, d. 8 February 1930
  • Birth*: John Cuthbert was born circa 1857.
  • (Groom) Marriage*: He married Mary Ann Paterson, daughter of William Paterson and Ann Smith, in 1882 at Montrose, Forfarshire, Scotland.1
  • (Deceased) Death*: John Cuthbert died on 8 February 1930 at Longforgan, Perthshire, Scotland.2
  • (Witness) Memorial Inscription: He is commemorated on headstone erected in circa June 1930 at Abernyte Churchyard, Abernyte, Perthshire, Scotland. In Memory of John Cuthbert who died at Lauriston 8th February 1930 aged 72 years; and his sons Victor died 8th January 1898 aged 8 months; George died 22nd November 1919 aged 2 years; Frederick died 11th June 1943; also his mother-in-law Ann Smith widow of William Paterson Shipmaster Montrose died 25th September 1897 aged 65 years; and his wife Ann Paterson died 21st December 1944; and his daughters Annie died 27th November 1967; Elizabeth died 2nd August 1969; and his Grand-daughter Marion Cuthbert Kinnear daughter of John and Mary Kinnear died 24th November 1978.3
    Abernyte Churchyard John Cuthbert, Ann Smith, William Paterson
Last Edited: 14 Apr 2015

Family:

Mary Ann Paterson b. 9 Jun 1855, d. 21 Dec 1944

Children:

Elizabeth Ann Cuthbert b. c 1884, d. 2 Aug 1969
Annie Cuthbert b. c 1885, d. 27 Nov 1967
Mary Cuthbert+ b. c 1887, d. 1979
Frederick Orkney Cuthbert b. c 1892, d. 11 Jun 1943
George Duncan Cuthbert b. c 1894, d. 22 Nov 1919
Victor Harry Cuthbert b. Apr 1897, d. 8 Jan 1898

Citations

  1. [S64] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), GROS 312/00 0065 [Apr 2010].
  2. [S50] General Record Office for Scotland, online www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk, General Record Office for Scotland (Edinburgh, Scotland), GROS 377/00 0002 [May 2010] (MI states Lauriston [C Turnham Apr 2010]).
  3. [S21] Headstone Photograph; , C Turnham [Apr 2010].