QUIGLAY, James 2
Cause of his death was typhoid fever of 11 days' duration.
In the 1841 census is an entry which may be this person. A James Quigley was recorded working as an agricultural labourer at Balgray in the Barony parish of Glasgow. He was aged in the 20-24 years age group and had been born in Ireland. Another Irish born man of a similar age group called Thomas Quigley was also working there as an agricultural labourer, possibly a brother or a cousin of James.
'Fardilill' Colliery was probably a colliery at or near Fardalehill in East Ayrshire, beside Busbiehead.
Dr D. McLeod certified the cause of death.
Noted events in his life were:
• sponsor at baptism, 28 Apr 1850, St Joseph's RC Chapel, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. 9 Helen, daughter of Peter McClusky and Cath Sharky, was born on 5 April 1850 and baptised by Fr Thomas Wallace. James Quigly and Agnes Donehy were her sponsors.
• sponsor at baptism, 29 Jan 1854, St Joseph's RC Chapel, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. 10 Mary, daughter of James Donochy and Mary Donochy, was born on 20 Dec 1853 and baptised by Fr John McLachlan. James Quigley and Cath. Donochy were her sponsors.
James married Agnes DONAGHAY on 12 Dec 1851 in St Joseph's RC Chapel, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.1 (Agnes DONAGHAY was born about 1828 in County Derry, Ireland and died between 1891 and 1914.)
The couple married at St Joseph's RC Church, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire by Fr Thomas Wallace on 12 December 1851 and were inscribed in his records as James Quigly and Agnes Donley.
1 GRO Scotland, St Joseph's Kilmarnock 1851 marriages.
3 (http://ifhf.rootsireland.ie), Barony Glasgow 622 Balgray en d 9.
4 Roman Catholic Church, RDS 597 Kilmarnock no 101 1867.
5 Roman Catholic Church, St Joseph's RC Parish Kilmarnock Baptisms. 0.
6 Roman Catholic Church, Index of Marriages.
7 1851 UK census, Kilmarnock v 512/6/37.
8 GRO Scotland, Death certificate RDS Kilmarnock (burgh) No 26 1869-daughter Catherine.
9 Roman Catholic Church, 1850 St Joseph's Kilmarnock Baptisms/sponsor.
Roman Catholic Church, 1853 St Joseph's Kilmarnock Baptisms/sponsor.