- Born: About 1800
- Marriage (1): MORRISON, Alexander Cotton Spinner on 4 June 1824 in Neilston, Renfrewshire, Scotland 1
- Died: 12 September 1875 at 10.45 am, 5 Great Hamilton Street, Glasgow, Scotland 2 3
Cause of her death was chronic bronchitis of long standing.
Another name for Catherine was MORRISON, Catherine.
Catherine died aged 75 years, the widow of Alexander Morrison, cotton spinner.
Family Search shows births between 1826-1831 to Alexander and Catherine Morrison (no maiden surname noted) in Glasgow: Mary (1826), Robert (1828), and James (1831). 3
GREAT HAMILTON STREET
Great Hamilton Street was situated in the old weavers' village of Calton. Calton was later a burgh, and later still, in the middle of the 19th century, it was absorbed into the city of Glasgow.
It ran parallel to Monteith Row, about where the modern day Barras market is situated. Later, it was absorbed into the new London Road, the great highway out of the city, from Glasgow Cross towards Bridgeton, and from there to Hamilton and south Lanarkshire.
No medical attendant saw Catherine.
Her son in law John Dick of 2 Corn Street informed the registrar of her death. The death was registered ar Glasgow on 13 September 1875, James Moore acting as registrar.
Catherine married Alexander MORRISON Cotton Spinner on 4 June 1824 in Neilston, Renfrewshire, Scotland.1 (Alexander MORRISON Cotton Spinner was born about 1800 and died before 12 September 1875.)