Ken Stewart’s ancestry                                                                       File last updated 7 Jan 2013

      (1) John STEWART

b.  c1785 possibly Bangor, Co Down, Irl. (Bangor Abbey records began in 1790) although family folklore said he was from Donegal. biog: weaver of Bangor

m.  c1809 Bangor, Co Down, Irl.

d.  2 Mar 1846 Bangor, Co Down, Irl. (OPR Bangor, Irl) & bd. Bangor, Co Down, Irl.

 

         Rebecca

b.  c1790 Bangor, Co Down, Irl. - seven children

 

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1.      Thomas STEWART bp. 7 June 1810 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

2.      Agnes STEWART bp. 23rd February 1812 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

3.      Jane STEWART bp. 25th January 1813 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

4.      Andrew STEWART bp. 29th January 1816 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

5.      Andrew STEWART bp. 9th May 1817 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

6.      Joseph STEWART bp. 13th February 1820 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

7.      Alexander STEWART bp. 13th January 1822 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. m. 5 Mar 1850 Bangor, Co Down, Irl.    m/to Annabella MCROBERTS – my known ancestors

(details extracted from the original Parish Registers summer 1996 by cousin Pat Neville)

 

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     seventh of John Stewart and Rebecca

(1) Alexander  STEWART

bp. 13 Jan 1822 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o John STEWART & Rebecca, Registry.cert-KS)

m. 5 Mar 1850 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (f/a bachelor weaver of Bangor, s/o John weaver, wit: John HALLIDAY & Robert HALLIDAY, Registry.cert-KS)

d. 18 Dec 1885 Church Street, Bangor, Co Down, Irl. (weaver, informant: present at death Loiusa Stewart daughter, #139, book 8, Bangor Newtownards, N. Irl, D.cert-KS) aged 63 years of cerebral effusia, & bd.  Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. biog: weaver of Bangor in 1885     m/to

Annabella  McROBERTS

bp.  c1825 (d/o Hans MCROBERTS, blacksmith of Bangor)

d. 10 Mar 1896 at Church Street, Bangor, Co Down, Irl. (wid/o Alexander STEWART, a weaver, informant: present at death Jane Stewart daughter, #244, book 11, Bangor Newtownards, N. Irl, D.cert-KS) aged 71 years of hemiplegia.

bd.  Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl.

biog: f/a spinster of Bangor, d/o Hans McROBERTS blacksmith, M.cert-KS - eight children

 

1.

James STEWART bp. 1850 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts)     m/to Sarah Ann HARRISON

 

2.

John STEWART bp. 1852 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts)  another John STEWART

 

3.

Agnes STEWART bp. 1856 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (d/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) one illegitimate child

A. Annabella (Annie) STEWART b. 1869,  confirmed 10th June 1889 Bangor Abbey,  Co Down,  Irl.

 

4.

Annabella STEWART b. 1856 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (d/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts)   died as an infant

 

5.

Thomas STEWART b. 1858 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) m. 17 Aug 1885 St Patrick’s Coleraine, Londonderry, Irl. d. 21 Jul 1935 Bangor, County Down, Ireland. bd. Bangor Abbey Churchyard, Co Down, Irl.  biog: gardener     m/to

Mary SWEENY b. c1858 Coleraine, Londonderry, Irl. (d/o Robert & Margaret Sweeny,  a house agent of Mill Street, Coleraine) occ: house maid, 

 

6.

Andrew STEWART bp. 1861 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) d. 11 Jul 1939 Fremantle Hosp WA. bd. Anglican, Karrakatta Cemetery, WA. aged 80 years,  farmer of  Emu Hills, WA.  m. 5 Jul 1881 Bangor,  Down,  Irl. (no age given, bachelor labourer s/o Alexander weaver of Bangor, M.cert-KS)     m/to

Rhoda BENNETT b. 21 Sep1857 Brimpton Hill, Berkshire,  Eng. dau of Henry Miller and Amy (Wornham), Miller of Berkshire.  d. 28 Dec 1945  Fremantle Hosp WA. bd. Anglican, Karrakatta Cemetery, WA. biog: full age spinster of Bangor, d/o Henry BENNETT miller in 1881, M.cert-KS - see Andrew STEWART below

 

7.

Louisa STEWART bp. 29 Apr 1864 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (d/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts)   m/to

William COOK b. Scotland.

 

8.

Jane STEWART bp. 18 Mar 1867 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (d/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts)    m/to

William WALKER b. Scotland.

 

 

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The following was said to be a family member by Pat Neville.

Thomas STUART bp. 13 Aug 1820 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. = child of Thomas Stuart and Agnes

 

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first child of Alexander STEWART & Annabella MCROBERTS

(1) James STEWART bp. 1850 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) m. 12 Aug 1872 Parish Church, Crosscaconby, Cockermouth, Cul, Eng. (bachelor labourer (23) of Dearham Cul, s/o Alexander STEWART labourer, wit: Hugh SMYLIE & Catherine Ann JOHNSTON, M.cert in #244/1872 Crosscanonby Cul) biog: labourer of Dearham, Cul, Eng, labourer at iron works (22) in Maryport in 1871, labourer (30) in Harrington in Cul in 1881, blast furnace labourer (40) in Ellenborough in 1891, shipyard labourer (50) in Clydebank in 1901, shipyard boilermaker (60) in Clydebank in 1911    m/to

Sarah Ann HARRISON b. 1847 Maryport, Cul, Eng. d. 16 Nov 1922 22 Crown Avenue, Radnor Park, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (d/o John HARRISON & Jane WILSON, informant Joseph STEWART son of 9 Somerville St in Clydebank, #501/421 of 1922 Old Kilpatrick) aged 76 years of abdominal tumour biog: gen serv domestic (22) of Maryport in 1871, spinster gen serv (22) of Maryport (d/o John HARRISON mariner) in 1872, wife (30) in 1881, wife (44) in 1891 wife (50) in 1901, wife (64) in 1911

 

1871 census - #RG 10/5247, Fo 10, Pg 13, Sh 66, No.6 Scurr's Yard,  Maryport, Cul, Eng.

HAZELTON

Abraham

1830

hd

m

m

40

Irl

Ireland

lab at iron works

HAZELTON

Teresa

1834

w

m

f

36

Irl

Ireland

  ---

HAZELTON

Eliza

1860

d

u

f

11

Irl

Ireland

scholar

STEWART

James

1848

bor

u

m

22

Irl

Ireland

lab at iron works

1871 census - #RG 10/5246, Fo   , Pg 42, Sh 243, at 134 High St, Maryport, Cul, Eng.

BEATY

Eleanor

1831

hd

wid

f

40

Cul

Maryport

ship owner

WILSON

John

1798

fat

wid

m

73

Cul

Maryport

ship carpenter

HARRISON

Sarah Ann

1848

ser

u

f

22

Cul

Maryport

gen serv dom

1881 census - #RG 11/5182, Pg 24, Sh 120, Harrington, Henry Street, Cul, Eng.

STEWART

James

1850

hd

m

m

30

IRL

Ireland

labourer

STEWART

Sarah

1850

w

f

m

30

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Ann J

1874

d

f

u

6

Cul

Maryport

scholar

STEWART

Joseph

1876

s

m

u

4

Cul

Maryport

scholar

STEWART

James

1878

s

m

u

2

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Andrew

1880

s

m

u

m6

Cul

Workington

 ---

1891 census - #RG 12/4310, Fo 132, Pg 45, Sh 242, 12 Mantle St, Ellenborough, Cul, Eng.

STEWART

James

1840

hd

m

m

40

IRL

Ireland

blast furnace lab

STEWART

Sarah A

1846

w

f

m

44

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Anna J

1874

d

f

u

16

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Joseph

1876

s

m

u

14

Cul

Maryport

at home

STEWART

James

1878

s

m

u

12

Cul

Ellenborough

scholar

STEWART

Louisa

1882

d

f

u

8

Cul

Maryport

scholar

STEWART

Thomas

1884

s

m

u

6

Cul

Ellenborough

scholar

STEWART

Mary A

1888

d

f

u

2

Cul

Ellenborough

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1901 census - #RG 13/501, Fo 18, Pg 14, Sh 72, No 7 Sommerville St, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

James

1850

hd

m

m

50

Irl

Ireland

shipyard labourer

STEWART

Sarah Ann

1850

w

f

m

50

Eng

England

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STEWART

James

1880

s

m

u

20

Eng

England

sewing m/c mechanic

STEWART

Louisa

1882

d

f

u

18

Eng

England

sewing m/c mechanic

STEWART

Thomas

1885

s

m

u

15

Eng

England

rivet heater

STEWART

Mary Ann

1888

d

f

u

12

Eng

England

scholar

STEWART

Rhoda

1891

d

f

u

9

Eng

England

scholar

STEWART

Agnes

1893

d

f

u

7

Eng

England

scholar

1911 census - #RG 14/501, SD 18, ED 8, Sh 55, No 7 Sommerville St, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

James

1850

hd

m

60

m

 -

Irl

Ireland

boilermaker shipyard

STEWART

Sarah A

1846

w

f

64

m39

12/9

Eng

England

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STEWART

Mary

1888

d

f

22

u

 -

Eng

England

chalk mch sew mch fact

STEWART

Rhoda

1891

d

f

19

u

 -

Eng

England

needle rec sew mch fact

STEWART

Agnes

1893

d

f

17

u

 -

Eng

England

wire stitch sew mch fact

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1.

Anna J STEWART b. 1874 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (d/o James STEWART & Sarah, census) biog: scholar (6) in 1881, dau (16) in 1891, likely boarder wood polisher (27) at Aunt Jane & Uncle William WALKER in Clydebank in 1901

 

1901 census - #RG 13/174, ED 31, Sh 125, at 33 Alexander Street, Clydebank, Sct.

STEWART

Ann

1874

bor

f

u

27?

IRL

Ireland

wood polisher

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2.

Joseph Wilson STEWART b. 1877 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (s/o James STEWART & Sarah, census & Q2 1877 #10b/613 Cockermouth Cul) m. 28 Dec 1898 Old Kilpatrick, Dnb, Sct. (children’s birth) biog: scholar (4) in 1881, son (14) in 1891, married general labourer (24) in 6 Somerville Rd in Clydebank in 1901    m/to

Margaret Dorans CAMPBELL b. 1877 Busby, Lks, Sct. biog: wife (24) in 1901, wife (34) in 1911

 

1901 census - #RG 13/501, ED 18, Fo 18, Pg 14, Sh 69, 6 Sommerville Rd, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

Joseph

1877

hd

m

m

24

Eng

England

general labourer

STEWART

Margaret

1877

w

f

m

24

Lks

Busby

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STEWART

Elizabeth C

1900

d

f

u

1

Dnb

Obank

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1911 census - #RG 14/501, SD 18, ED 9, Sh 60, No 9 Sommerville Rd, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

Joseph

1877

hd

m

34

M

 -

Eng

England

machinist s/m factory

STEWART

Margaret

1877

w

f

34

m12

3/3

Lks

Busby

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STEWART

Elizabeth C

1900

d

f

11

U

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

scholar

STEWART

James

1902

s

m

9

U

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

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STEWART

Sarah

1906

d

f

5

U

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

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A.

Elizabeth Campbell STEWART b. 3 Nov 1899 at 5 Bruce Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (at 11:30 am, d/o Joseph Wilson  STEWART shipyard labourer & Margaret DORNS (sic), informant Joseph W. STEWART father, B.cert-KS #501/0880 of 1899 Dumbarton, Sct) biog: dau (1) in 1901, scholar (11) in 1911

 

 

B.

James Campbell STEWART b. 11 Jun 1901 at 6 Somerville Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (at 10:15 pm, s/o Joseph Wilson  STEWART sewing machine factory labourer & Margaret Dornes CAMPBELL, informant Joseph Wilson STEWART father, B.cert-KS) biog: son (9) in 1911

 

 

C.

Sarah Ann Campbell STEWART b. 7 Mar 1906 at 21 Third Avenue, Kilbowie, Dnb, Sct. (11:30 am, d/o Joseph Wilson  STEWART machinist & Margaret Dorans CAMPBELL, informant Joseph W. STEWART father, B.cert-KS) biog: dau (5) in 1911

 

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3.

James STEWART b. 1879 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (s/o James STEWART & Sarah, census & two poss births Q3 1879 #10b/576 Cockermouth or Q4 1878 #10b/574 Whitehaven) m. 14 Jul 1910 at 7 Somerville Street in Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (bachelor machinist (31) of 7 Somerville Street in Clydebank, s/o James STEWART general labourer & Sarah Ann HARRISON, wit: James MURRAY & Rhoda STEWART, M.cert-KS) d. 23 Oct 1934 Knappers Farm, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (4:00 pm, usual res: 110 Kiddell St, Clydebank, h/o Mary BROWN, s/o James STEWART ironwork labourer (dec) & Sarah Ann HARRISON (dec), informant James STEWART of 110 Riddell St, D.cert-KS) aged 55 years of natural causes probably failure of a fatty heart, biog: son (2) in 1881, scholar (12) in 1891, sewing machine mechanic (20) in 1901, automatic grinder in Singer Factory (32) in 1911    m/to

Mary BROWN b. 1883 Govan, Lks, Sct. (spinster cotton winder (27) of 25 Crown Avenue in Kilbowie, d/o Joseph BROWN rivetter (dec) & Helena MCGILL, m.cert-KS) d. 3 Jun 1945 at 110 Kiddell St, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (1:05 pm, wid/o James STEWART sewing machine factory machinist, d/o Joseph BROWN (dec) & Helena MCGILL (dec), informant James STEWART son present, D.cert-KS) aged 63 years of bronchitis, biog: wife (28) in 1911    

 

1911 census - #RG 14/501, SD 25, ED 11, Sh 48, at 13 Gordon Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

James

1879

hd

m

32

m

 -

Eng

England

autogrinder Singer fact

STEWART

Mary

1883

w

f

28

m1

0/0

Lks

Govan

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A.

James STEWART b. aft 1911 in Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. biog: son  in 1934 & 1945

 

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4.

Andrew STEWART b. 1880 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (s/o James STEWART & Sarah, census & Q4 1880 #10b/522 Cockermouth) d. 1881 Cul, Eng. (Q3 1881 #10b/319 Cockermouth) aged 0 years, biog: son (6 mths) in 1881, infant death

 

5.

Louisa STEWART b. c1882 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (d/o James STEWART & Sarah, census) m. 13 Jul 1904 at St Columbas, Clydebank, spinster (22) sewing machine shuttle inspector of 7 Somerville Street (parents) in Clydebank (d/o James STEWART boilerwork labourer and Sarah Ann HARRISON, (wit: John MURRAY & M MOORE, M.cert-KS, biog: scholar (8) in 1891, sewing machine mechanic (18) in 1901    m/to

William MOFFAT b. 1882 Ireland. biog: gen lab sewing machine factory (29) in 21 Crown Avenue in Clydebank in 1911

 

1911 census - #RG 14/501, SD 43, ED 3, Sh 20, 21 Crown Avenue, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

MOFFAT

William

1882

hd

m

29

m

 -

Irl

Ireland

gen lab sew mch fact

MOFFAT

Louisa

1883

w

f

28

m6

3/3

Eng

England

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MOFFAT

Robert J

1906

s

m

5

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

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MOFFAT

Sarah A

1908

d

f

3

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

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MOFFAT

William

1910

s

m

1

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

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A.

Robert J MOFFAT b. 1906 Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (s/o William MOFFAT & Louisa, census) biog: son (5) in 1911

 

 

B.

Sarah A MOFFAT b. 1908 Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (d/o William MOFFAT & Louisa, census) biog: dau (3) in 1911

 

 

C.

William MOFFAT b. 1910 Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (s/o William MOFFAT & Louisa, census) biog: son (1) in 1911

 

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6.

Thomas STEWART b. 1885 Ellenborough, Cul, Eng. (Q3 1885 #10b/600 Cockermouth) m. 30 Apr 1908 Registrars Office in Dalmuir, Kilpatrick, Dnb, Sct. (bachelor apprentice boilermaker (23) of 7 Somerville St in Clydebank, s/o James STEWART labourer & Sarah Ann HARRISON, wit: Matthew ROBESON boilermaker & Louise MOFFAT, M.cert-KS) biog: scholar (6) in 1891, rivet heater (15) in 1901, machinist in sewing machine factory (26) in 1911    m/to

Mary QUINN b. 1890 Govan, Lks, Sct. (spinster domestic servant (17) of 6 Sharp Street in Govan, d/o John QUINN labourer (dec) & Mary CRYAN, M.cert-KS) biog: wife (21) in 1911     

 

1911 census - #RG 14/501, SD 42, ED 7, Sh 37, at 26 Brown Road, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

Thomas

1885

hd

m

26

m

 -

Eng

England

machinist s/m factory

STEWART

Mary

1890

w

f

21

m3

1/1

Lks

Govan

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STEWART

Edward J

1908

s

m

3

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

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A.

Edward James STEWART b. 27 Aug 1908 at 12 Somerville Street in Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (7:45 pm, s/o Thomas STEWART boilermaker apprentice & Mary QUINN, informant Thomas STEWART father, B.cert-KS in #59/501 Dnb) biog: son (3) in 1911

 

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7.

Mary A STEWART b. 1888 Ellenborough, Cul, Eng. (two poss births Q4 1888 #10b/ 562 Cockermouth or Q1 1889 #10b/558 Cockermouth) biog: dau (2) in 1891, scholar (12) in 1901, chalk machine in sewing machine factory (22) at home in 1911   

 

8.

Rhoda STEWART b. 1891 Cul, Eng. (Q4 1891 #10b/601 Cockermouth) m. 20 Sep 1918 at 8 Clayton Tce, Glasgow, Lks, Sct. (spinster sewing machine needle maker (26) of 22 Crown Avenue in Kilbowie, d/o James STEWART furnaceman (dec) and Sarah Ann HARRISON, wit: John CROCKART & Jeanie THOMSON, M.cert-KS) d. 1977 Old Kilpatrick, Dnb, Sti. (w/o MURRAY #506/197 of 1977 Scotlandspeople) aged 85 years, biog: scholar (9) in 1901, needle recesser in sewing machine factory (19) at home in 1911   

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James MURRAY b. 1890  (bachelor sewing machine needle inspector (28) of 17 Silvergrove Street in Glasgow, s/o James MURRAY shoemaker & Isabella McMillan MCCOURT, M.cert-KS)

 

9.

Agnes STEWART b. 1894 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (Q4 1894 #10b/619 Cockermouth) biog: scholar (7) in 1901, fedder wire stitching in sewing machine factory (17) at home in 1911   

 

 

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fifth child of Alexander STEWART & Annabella MCROBERTS

(1) Thomas STEWART b. 1858 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) m. 17 Aug 1885 St Patrick’s Church, Coleraine, Londonderry, Irl. (bachelor labourer (f/a) of Bangor, s/o Alexander STEWART labourer, wit: Robert SWEENEY & Margaret Sweeny, M.cert-KS #82/1885 Coleriane) d. 21 Jul 1935 Bangor, & bd. Bangor Abbey Churchyard, Co Down, Irl. biog: general labourer (41) in Bangor in 1901, gardener (51) in Bangor in 1911     m/to

Mary SWEENY b. c1858 Coleraine,  Londonderry, Ireland. biog: spinster (f/a) of Mill Street in Coleraine & d/o John SWEENEY house agent in 1885, house maid, wife (35) in 1901, wife (48) on 1911 - six children, 4 surviving

 

1901 census - RG 13/, at 5 Church Street, Bangor, Co Down, Irl.

STEWART

Thomas

1859

hd

m

41

m

Irl

Down

general labourer

STEWART

Mary

1862

w

f

35

m

Irl

Derry

 ---

STEWART

John

1888

s

m

13

u

Irl

Down

scholar

STEWART

Anna

1889

d

f

11

u

Irl

Down

scholar

STEWART

James

1895

s

m

6

u

Irl

Down

 ---

STEWART

William

1896

s

m

4

u

Irl

Down

 ---

1911 census - RG 14/  at 16 Church Street, Bangor, Co Down, Irl.

STEWART

Thomas

1859

hd

m

51

m

5/4

Irl

Down

gardener

STEWART

Mary

1862

w

f

48

m25

5/4

Irl

Derry

 ---

STEWART

John

1888

s

m

23

u

 -

Irl

Down

gardener

STEWART

Anna

1889

d

f

21

u

 -

Irl

Down

 ---

STEWART

James

1895

s

m

15

u

 -

Irl

Down

telegram messenger

STEWART

William

1896

s

m

14

u

 -

Irl

Down

shop messenger

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1.

Thomas STEWART  b. c1886 Bangor, Co Down, Irl.  died as an infant.

 

2.

John STEWART b. c1888  Bangor,  Down,  Irl.  d. 27 Jan 1931 Bangor, Co Down, Irl.

bd.  Bangor Abbey Churchyard, Co Down, Irl. biog: scholar (13) in 1901, gardener (23) in 1911, a postman of Bangor.

 

3.

Annabella STEWART b. 19 May 1889 Church Street, Bangor, Co Down, Irl. (d/o Thomas STEWART labourer & Mary SWEENEY, informant Annabella STEWART present at birth, B.cert-KS in #451/1889 Newtownards)  d. 11 Jun 1962 bd. Bangor, Down, Irl. biog: scholar (11) in 1901, dau (21) at home in 1911    m/to

Robert Martin RAINEY b. 1897  d. 31 Jan 1933  bd. Bangor Abbey Churchyard, Co Down,  Irl.  m. c1920  Bangor, Co Down, Irl.

 

 

A.

Molly RAINEY b. c1922 Bangor, Down, Irl. d. c1990

 

 

B.

Thomas RAINEY b. c1925 Bangor,  Down,  Irl.

 

 

C.

Annabelle (Belle) RAINEY b. c1928 Bangor,  Down,  Irl.  res Bangor    m/to

John GORDON  b. c1935  res Bangor

 

 

D.

Catherine (Rene) RAINEY b. c1930 Bangor,  Down,  Irl.  res Bangor

 

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4.

James STEWART b. c1895  Bangor, Down, Irl. d. 1984, biog: son (6) in 1901, telegram messenger (15) in 1911, a postman of Bangor.  m/to

Eva SEAL b. 1898  d. 1979 -            3 children

 

 

A.

Marion STEWART b. 1922 Bangor,  Down,  Irl.  res London    m/to

Cecil (Bob) FENTON b. 1913 d. 1992

1. Patricia FENTON b.1948

m/to Bryan NEVILLE b. 1948

..... a. Sarah NEVILLE b. 1979

 

 

B.

Alexander STEWART b. 1925 Bangor,  Down,  Irl. res Derby.  first marr m1/to Betty ANTHONY b. 25 Feb 1927 Derby, UK. d. 19 Dec 1989 Breadsall, Derbyshire, UK.  

1. James STEWART b. Derby, UK.  res Germany. 

m1 & div to:- Patricia b. Ireland

..... a. Mark STEWART b. res Manchester, Eng.

..... b. Hannah STEWART b.

……….m/to Alan HODGSON b.

second of marriage of James STEWART

m2/to Gaby b. Germany

 

2. Ian STEWART b. Derby, UK. res near Southampton, Eng.

m/to Barbara b.

 

3. Andrew STEWART b. Co Carlow, Irl. res Canada.  

m/to Sally WALTERS b. Montreal, Canada.

.... a. Rosalind STEWART b. Vancouver, BC, Canada

.... b. Jennifer STEWART b. Vancouver, BC, Canada   

……..m/to Aaron BRADBURY b.

.... c. Alexander STEWART b. Vancouver, BC, Canada

 

4. Siobhan STEWART b. 1960 Derby, UK.  

m/to Michael FARISH b. Montreal, Canada.

.... a. Douglas FARISH b. Derby, UK.

.... b. Jake FARISH b. Derby, UK.

……..m/to Holly PEACOCK b.

.... c. Robert FARISH b.

.... d. Richard FARISH b.

……..m/to Hayley MURPHY b.

.... e. Patrick FARISH b.

 

second marriage of Alexander

m2/to Janet b.

 

 

C.

Clifford STEWART b. c1928 Bangor,  Down,  Irl. res Zimbabwe     m/to

Lorna McLEAN b. cc1928

1. Shelagh STEWART b. cc1950s

2. Alison STEWART b. cc1950s

m/to Ed MORRISON b. cc1950s

..... a. Sally MORRISON b. c1983 d. 1993 aged about 10 yrs, car accident

..... b. Chloe MORRISON b.

 

................

5.

William G. STEWART b. c1896  Bangor, Down, Irl. biog: son (4) in 1901, shop messenger (14) in 1911,

Catherine McCLURE b. cc1896

A. Katherine STEWART b.

 

6.

Minnie STEWART b. c1898  Bangor,  Down,  Irl.

 

           

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sixth child of Alexander STEWART & Annabella MCROBERTS

(1) Andrew STEWART bp. 1861 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) m. 5 Nov 1881 Parish Church, Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (no age given, bachelor labourer s/o Alexander weaver of Bangor, M.cert-KS) d. 11 Jul 1939 Fremantle Hosp WA. (#192/1939 Fremantle WA. D.cert-KS) & bd. 12 Jul 1939 Anglican, Karrakatta Cemetery, WA. (ref: Karrakatta Records #KB 061998 of Anglican Section) aged 80 years, biog: sewing machine repairs, arr Fremantle on ‘SS Pakeha’ labourer, with son Andrew on 16 May 1911, farmer of Emu Hills, WA. m/to

Rhoda BENNETT b. 21 Sep1857 Brimpton Hill, Berkshire,  Eng. dau of Henry Miller and Amy (Wornham), Miller of Berkshire. d. 28 Dec 1945 Fremantle Hosp WA. bd. Anglican, Karrakatta Cemetery, WA. biog: full age spinster of bangor, d/o Henry BENNETT miller in 1881, M.cert-KS, The five children and their full descendents appear in the a separate STEWART2 file

1891 census - RG 12/162, Ed 14, Pg 16, Sh 61, at 3 Albion Place, 3rd F, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

Andrew

1862

Hd

m

m

29

IRL

Ireland

sewing mach mechanic

STEWART

Rhoda

1861

W

f

m

30

Eng

England

 ---

STEWART

Andrew

1884

S

m

u

7

Lks

Glasgow

Scholar

STEWART

Henry

1887

S

m

u

4

Dnb

Clydebank

 ---

STEWART

Louisa

1889

D

f

u

2

Dnb

Clydebank

 ---

KEOUGH

Peter

1861

Lod

m

u

30

Dnb

Clydebank

general labourer

1901 census - RG 13/174, Ed 24, Sh 160, at 69 Kilbowie Gardens, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

Andrew

1862

Hd

m

m

39

IRL

Ireland

sewing mach iron plauer

STEWART

Rhoda

1862

W

f

m

39

Eng

England

 ---

STEWART

Andrew

1884

S

m

u

17

Lks

Glasgow

sewing mach serav maker

STEWART

Henry

1887

S

m

u

14

Dnb

Clydebank

latch boy in shipyard

STEWART

Louisa

1889

D

f

u

12

Dnb

Clydebank

Scholar

STEWART

William

1892

S

m

u

9

Dnb

Clydebank

Scholar

STEWART

Albert

1894

S

m

u

7

Dnb

Clydebank

Scholar

1911 census - RG 14/501, SD 21, ED 12, Sh 73, at 21 Glasgow Road, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

STEWART

Andrew

1862

hd

m

48

m

 -

IRL

Ireland

Machinist

STEWART

Rhoda

1862

w

f

48

m29

7/5

Eng

England

 ---

STEWART

Andrew

1884

s

m

27

u

 -

Lks

Bridgeton

brass moulder

STEWART

Louisa

1889

d

f

22

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

Machinist

STEWART

William

1892

s

m

19

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

Grocer

STEWART

Albert

1894

s

m

17

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

ship packer

................           

1.

Andrew STEWART b. 9 Mar 1884 at 11 Ann Street, Glasgow, Sct. (s/o Andrew Stewart, sewing machine work machinist & Rhoda nee Bennett, B.cert-KS), not married, d. 22 Apr 1954 Glendalough Hospital, Leederville, WA. bd. Anglican, Karrakatta Cemetery, WA. biog: arr Fremantle on ‘SS Pakeha’ labourer with father Andrew on 16 May 1911, not married

2.

Henry James STEWART b. 6 Dec 1886 at 11 Ann Street, Glasgow, Sct. (s/o Andrew Stewart, sewing machine work machinist & Rhoda nee Bennett, B.cert-KS). m(?) biog: arr Fremantle on ‘Orient’ labourer, on 27 May 1910, Killed in Action d. 12 Oct 1917 at Passchendale, France. Pte #2894 39th Infantry Battalion, A.I.F. bd.Tyne Cot War Cemetery, Passchendale, France.

3.

Louisa Catherine Emily STEWART b. 13 Nov 1888 at 3 Elgin Place, Clydebank, Sct. (d/o Andrew Stewart, machinist & Rhoda nee Bennett, B.cert-KS) m. 14 Jun 1912 Library Hall, Municipal Buildings, Clydebank, Sct. (d/o Andrew Stewart, machinist & Rhoda nee Bennett, wit: William Stewart & Kathleen Luke, B.cert-KS) d. 24 Oct 1967 USA. biog: spinster machinist (23) of 21 Glasgow Road, Clydebank in 1912  m/to

Hugh McKee LUKE b. 28 Mar 1884 Scotland. d. 2 Jan 1970 at 11704 West Babylon, Suffolk, New York, NY. biog: machinist (28) of 65 Brown Avenue, Radnor Park, s/o William Luke, carter (dec) & Rachel Johnston, (m.cert-KS)  in 1912 - two children

4.

William John STEWART b. 23 Aug 1892 at 1 Alexander Street, Clydebank, Sct. (s/o Andrew Stewart, machinist & Rhoda nee Bennett, B.cert-KS). not married. Killed in Action d. 6 Aug 1915 Gallipoli. Pte #2451 of 11th Battalion, A.I.F. bd. Shell Green War Cemetery, Gallipoli.

5.

Alexander (Albert George) STEWART b. 25 Nov 1893 at 1 Alexander Street, Clydebank, Sct. (s/o Andrew Stewart, machinist & Rhoda nee Bennett, B.cert-KS). m. 31 May 1919 Emu Hill Schoolhouse, via Bruce Rock, WA. d. 26 Jul 1965 at 12 Ditcham Street, Cottesloe, WA.  bd. Congregational, Karrakatta Cemetery, WA.     m/to

Elizabeth Campbell ANDERSON b. 2 Jun 1892 Deacons Road, Kilsyth, Scotland. d. 22 Oct 1964 at 12 Ditcham Street, Cottesloe, WA. bd Congregational, Karrakatta, WA.

The five children and their full descendents appear in the a separate STEW2 file

 

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seventh child of Alexander STEWART & Annabella MCROBERTS

(1) Louisa STEWART bp. 29 Apr 1864 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) cn. 14 Jun 1880 Confirmation in Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (of Church Street)  m. 5 Jan 1892 Bangor, Co Down, Irl. biog: wife (36) in 1901, wife (46) in 1911  m/to

William COOK b. 1862 Glasgow, Lks, Sct. biog: Iron polisher of 6 Somerville St in 1892 & 1894, of 9 Somerville St in 1897, metal polisher (38) of 12 Somerville St in 1901, metal polisher of 27 Dumbarton Rd in 1903, metal polisher (48) of 21 Dumbarton Rd in 1911 - three children

 

1901 census - #RG 13/501, Fo 18, Pg 21, Sh 107, No 12 Sommerville St, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

COOK

William

1862

hd

m

m

38

Lks

Glasgow

metal polisher

COOK

Louisa

1864

w

f

m

36

IRL

Ireland

 ---

COOK

Agnes L

1892

d

f

u

8

Dnb

Clydebank

scholar

COOK

Wilhelmina

1894

d

f

u

6

Dnb

Clydebank

scholar

COOK

Annie J

1897

d

f

u

3

Dnb

Clydebank

 ---

1911 census - #RG 14/501, SD 18, ED 21, Sh 146, No 21 Dumbarton Rd, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct.

COOK

William

1862

hd

m

48

m

 -

Lks

Glasgow

metal polisher factory

COOK

Louisa

1864

w

f

46

m19

4/4

IRL

Ireland

 ---

COOK

Agnes

1892

d

f

18

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

dressmaker at co-op

COOK

Wilhelmina

1894

d

f

16

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

 ---

COOK

Annie

1897

d

f

13

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

scholar

COOK

James

1897

d

f

7

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

scholar

................

1.

Agnes Louisa (Louisa) COOK b. 20 Nov 1892 at 6 Somerville Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (at 9:10 pm, d/o William COOK iron polisher & Louisa STEWART, informant William COOK father, B.cert-KS) biog: scholar (8) in 1901, dressmaker at Co-Op (18) in 1911

 

2.

Wilhelmina (Ella) COOK b. 18 Sep 1894 at 6 Somerville Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (at 4:50 am, d/o William COOK iron polisher & Louisa STEWART, informant William COOK father, B.cert-KS) biog: scholar (6) in 1901, dau (16) in 1911

 

3.

Annie Jane (Nancy) COOK b. 3 Aug 1897 at 9 Somerville Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (at 4:00 pm, d/o William COOK iron polisher & Louisa STEWART, informant Louisa COOK mother, B.cert-KS) biog: dau (3) in 1901, scholar (13) in 1911

 

4.

James Wallace COOK b. 23 Dec 1903 at 27 Dumbarton Rd, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (at 6:00 pm, s/o William COOK metal polisher & Louisa STEWART, informant William COOK father, B.cert-KS) biog: scholar (7) in 1901

 

 

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eighth child of Alexander STEWART & Annabella MCROBERTS

(1) Jane STEWART bp. 18 Mar 1867 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts) cn. 14 Jun 1880 Confirmation in Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (of Church Street) m. 4 Jan 1898 Bangor, Co Down, Irl. ref: B.cert of son Alexander Stewart WALKER) d. 1 Mar 1929 Durham Village, Kirkpatrick, Sct. (wid/o William WALKER draper, d/o Alexander STEWART weaver (dec) & Annabella HALLIDAY (dec), informant Alexander S. WALKER son, D.cert-KS) aged 61 years of cardiac disease & influenza, biog: wife (34) in 1901,  widowed head, boarding house keeper (44) in Kirkpatrick in 1911   m/to

William WALKER b. 1866 Glasgow, Lks, Sct. biog: sewing machine pern driller (35) in 1901 – one child

 

1901 census - #RG 13/174, ED 31, Sh 125, at 33 Alexander Street, Clydebank, Sct.

WALKER

William

1866

hd

m

m

35

Lks

Glasgow

sewing mach pern driller

WALKER

Jane

1867

w

f

m

34

IRL

Ireland

 ---

WALKER

Alexander

1899

s

m

u

2

Dnb

Clydebank

 ---

STEWART

Ann

1874

bor

f

u

27

IRL

Ireland

wood polisher

( * definitely 27 in 1901 cens, likely niece Ann b.1874 Cul - d/o James STEWART & Sarah Ann, or less likely other niece Annie b.1869 Irl - d/o Agnes STEWART)

1911 census - #RG 14/874, SD 3, ED 3, Sh 34, Village of Durham, Kirkpatrick, Kkd, Sct.

WALKER

Jane

1866

hd

f

44

wid

 -

Irl

Ireland

boarding house keeper

WALKER

Alexander

1898

s

m

12

u

 -

Dnb

Clydebank

scholar

...............

1.

Alexander Stewart WALKER b. 20 Nov 1899 at 33 Alexander Street, Clydebank, Dnb, Sct. (s/o William WALKER machinist & Jane STEWART, informant William WALKER father, B.cert-KS) biog: scholar (12) in 1911

Madge

 

 

A.

Colin WALKER b. c1820’s married with children biog: educ to Queens University of Belfast, lecturing

 

 

B.

Alistair WALKER b. c1820’s married with children biog: educ to Queens University of Belfast, teacher

 

 

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John STEWART bp. 1852 Bangor Abbey, Co Down, Irl. (s/o Alexander Stewart & Annabella McRoberts)  Is this him ?

This John STEWART below was an Irishman into Maryport, an iron furnace man with James STEWART, so he had both James STEWART and wife-to-be Sarah Ann HARRISON as the witnesses for his marriage. If it wasn’t for his dates of birth in the census, this could well be his brother John (1852)

 

(2) John STEWART b. c1844 Irl. m. 17 Jun 1872 Parish Church, Crosscanonby, Cul, Eng. (widower labourer (29) of Maryport, s/o James STEWART labourer, wit: James STEWART & Sarah Ann HARRISON, M.cert-KS in # 234/1872 Cockermouth, Cul) biog:

(b.1842) furnace man (29) in Ellenborough in 1871

(b.1846) iron furnace keeper (34) in Cockermouth in 1881,

(b.1845) blast furnace man (45) in Whitehaven in 1891,

(b.1842) blast furnace keeper (58) in Whitehaven in 1901 – deceased by 1911

(b.1843) d. 1906 Cul, Eng. (Q4 1906 #10b/437 Whitehaven) aged 63 years

Emily ANDERSON b. 1855 Maryport, Cul, Eng. (spinster (20) of Maryport, d/o Thomas ANDERSON labourer in 1872, M.cert-KS) biog: wife (26) in 1881, wife (37) in 1891, wife (46) in 1901, widowed head (57) in Whitehaven in 1911

1871 census - #RG 10/5248, Fo 69, Pg 41, Sh 217, Mandle St, Ellenborough & Ewanrigg, Cul, Eng.

WALKER

James

1833

hd

u

m

38

Sct

Stirling

furnace man

WALKER

Jane

1841

w

u

f

30

Irl

Belfast

 ---

STEWART

John

1842

bor

u

m

29

Irl

Co. Down

furnace man

GIBSON

John

1848

bor

u

m

23

Irl

Co. Down

furnace man

SAGGERT

Andrew

1845

bor

u

m

26

Irl

Co. Down

furnace man

MCQUIGEN

James

1839

bor

u

m

32

Irl

Co. Down

furnace man

ESKET

Martha

1857

ser

u

f

14

Cul

Maryport

gen serv

1871 census - #RG 10/5246, Fo 73, Pg 28, Sh 170, at 122 Nelson St, Maryport, Cul, Eng.

ANDERSON

Thomas

1821

hd

m

m

50

Irl

Ireland

lab at Rolling mill

ANDERSON

Harriet

1825

w

m

f

46

Irl

Ireland

 ---

ANDERSON

Margaret

1853

d

u

f

18

Cul

Maryport

servant

ANDERSON

Emily

1855

d

u

f

16

Cul

Maryport

servant

ANDERSON

Thomas

1857

s

u

m

14

Cul

Maryport

scholar

ANDERSON

Harriet

1859

d

u

f

12

Cul

Maryport

scholar

ANDERSON

George

1863

s

u

m

8

Cul

Maryport

scholar

1881 census - #RG 11/5181, Fo 108, Pg 30, Sh 131, 72 Grasslot, Cockermouth, Cul, Eng.

STEWART

John

1847

hd

m

m

34

Irl

Ireland

iron furnace keeper

STEWART

Emily

1855

w

m

f

26

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Harriet

1872

d

u

f

9

Cul

Maryport

scholar

STEWART

Mary

1875

d

u

f

6

Wls

Carm Llandower

scholar

1891 census - RG 12/4311, Fo 78, Pg 3, Sh 13, Town Head, Distincton, Whitehaven, Cul, Eng.

STEWART

John

1846

hd

m

m

45

Irl

Ireland

blast furnace man

STEWART

Emily

1854

w

f

m

37

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Harriet

1873

d

f

u

18

Cul

Maryport

dom serv

STEWART

Mary

1875

d

f

u

16

Wls

Llandore

dressmaker appr

STEWART

Tom

1882

s

m

u

9

Cul

Maryport

scholar

STEWART

Margaret

1884

d

f

u

7

Cul

Maryport

scholar

STEWART

John

1886

s

m

u

5

Cul

Distington

scholar

STEWART

George

1888

s

m

u

3

Cul

Distington

 ---

MCNARRY

David

1864

bor

m

u

27

Irl

Ireland

blast furnace lab

IRVINE

John

1846

bor

m

u

45

Irl

Ireland

blast furnace lab

1901 census - #RG 13/4890, Fo 19, Pg 30, Sh 177, Church Rd, Distincton, Whitehaven, Cul, Eng.

STEWART

John

1843

hd

m

58

m

Irl

Ireland

blast furnace keeper

STEWART

Emily

1855

w

f

46

m

Cul

Maryport

 ---

STEWART

Thomas

1882

s

m

19

u

Cul

Maryport

blast furnaceman

STEWART

John

1887

s

m

14

u

Cul

Distington

grocer

STEWART

George

1889

s

m

12

u

Cul

Distington

 ---

STEWART

Robert

1891

s

m

10

u

Cul

Distington

 ---

STEWART

Charles

1895

s

m

6

u

Cul

Distington

 ---

STEWART

Alexander

1896

g/s

m

5

u

Cul

Distington

 ---

TAYLOR

James

1873

vis

m

28

m

Irl

Kirkoswald

postman

TAYLOR

Mary

1876

vis

f

25

m

Gla

Llandon

 ---

TAYLOR

Emily

1901

vis

f

m7

u

Cul

Distington

 ---

1911 census - #RG 14/31479, RD 577, SD 1, ED 5, Sh 61, Church Rd, Distincton, Whitehaven, Cul.

STEWART

Emily

1854

hd

f

57

wid

F

Cul

Mary Port

 ---

STEWART

Thomas

1882

s

m

29

u

M

Cul

Mary Port

iron blast furnace man

STEWART

Robert

1892

s

m

19

u

M

Cul

Distington

miner coal lab on top

STEWART

Charles

1895

s

m

16

u

M

Cul

Distington

miner coal lab on top

STEWART

Alexander

1896

nep

m

15

u

M

Cul

Distington

miner coal lab on top