Copyright (C) 2018 by Patrick's People all rights reserved Updated 8 December 2018
McNAMEE, Frank
(About 1810-Before 1874)
FLYNN, Bridget
(About 1810-After 1874)
McNAMEE, Mary Ann
(About 1838-0002/1874)


Family Links

1. McGUNNIGAL, William

McNAMEE, Mary Ann 2

  • Born: About 1838, Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland 3
  • Marriage (1): McGUNNIGAL, William on 6 May 1856 in St Margaret's RC Chapel, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1
  • Died: 28 September 1874 at 2.00 am, Clydedale Iron Works, Bothwell Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 4

   Cause of her death was inflammation following delivery.

   Other names for Mary were McGUNNIGAL, Mary Ann,5 McNAMEE, Mary,6 McNAMEE, Mary Anne 5 7 and McNAMEE, Maryann.6 8

  General Notes:

On 19 November 1854 William McGonigle and Maryann McNamee were witnesses at the marriage of Patrick McGary and Elizabeth Donnelly at St Margaret's RC Chapel Airdrie.

When Mary Ann died her age was noted as 36 years and she was recorded as the wife of William McGunnigal iron puddler.

In 1880, the marriage certificate of her daughter Elizabeth does not indicate that Mary Ann was deceased by then. All four parents were recorded as if all were living. 5 6

  Medical Notes:

Thomas C. McGown MD certified the cause of death.

William McGunnigal, Mary Ann's widower, who was present where her death occurred, informed the registrar William Richard at Holytown about her death on 28 September 1874. He made his X mark. 4

Mary married William McGUNNIGAL, son of William McGUNNIGAL and Dorothea DRUMMOND, on 6 May 1856 in St Margaret's RC Chapel, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (William McGUNNIGAL was born about 1835 in Ireland 3 and died 28 October 1906 at 10.20 am in 44 Castlehill Feus, Cambusnethan parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 5 9.). The cause of his death was heart failure following injury to hip 10 weeks before.

  Marriage Notes:

The marriage was celebrated according the rites and forms of the Roman Catholic Church by Fr Duncan McNab, of St Margaret's Parish Airdrie.

William was aged 21 years, and a bachelor of Chapelhall in the parish of Bothwell. He was a labourer at an iron works. Both of his parents were deceased.

Mary was an unmarried woman of 18 years, also of Chapelhall.

Both bride and groom made their X mark in the register. The witnesses were Felix Donnelly and Mary Killan. The marriage was registered at Airdrie on 10 May 1856, William Landless being the registrar. 1


1 GRO Scotland, Marriage register RDS 651/1 No 57 1856.

2 GRO Scotland, Death certificate Holytown RDS 625/2 no 141 1881.

3 1871 UK census, Dalziel parish Lanarkshire 141-142 Kirk Street.

4 GRO Scotland, Death certificate Bothwell parish RDS 625/2 No 203 1874.

5 GRO Scotland, Paisley Renfrewshire Marriages 1880.

6 Roman Catholic Church, Marriages St Margaret's RC Chapel Airdrie.

7 Roman Catholic Church, St Mary's RC Parish Hamilton Lanarkshire Baptisms.

8 Roman Catholic Church, St Margaret's RC Parish Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Baptisms.

9 GRO Scotland, Cambusnethan Lanarkshire Deaths 1906.

Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 8 December 2018 with Legacy 9.0 from Millennia