1. LYNCH, Alice
- QUIGLEY, Elizabeth Cavaney+
- QUIGLEY, Peter+
- QUIGLEY, Mary Feeley DNA linked+
- QUIGLEY, Catherine Lynch
- QUIGLEY, James Lynch+
- QUIGLEY, Andrew Lynch
- QUIGLEY, Alice Lynch
- QUIGLEY, Kathleen Lynch
- QUIGLEY, Ellen Feeley
- QUIGLEY, Theresa+
QUIGLEY, Peter 1 2 3
- Born: 28 August 1891 at 9.00pm, 27 Castle Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 4
- Baptised: 6 September 1891, St Mary's RC Church, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 5
- Marriage (1): LYNCH, Alice on 22 February 1918 in St Joseph's RC Chapel, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1
- Died: 20 January 1945 at 6.30 am, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland 3
Cause of his death was gastric ulcer, haemateuresis and anaemia.3
Other names for Peter were QUINGLEY, Peter 5 and TWEEDLY, Peter.6
Roman Catholic Records
St Mary's Parish Hamilton
"Peter L(awful) Robert (priest's mistake) Quigley & Mary Phieley (parents) 28 Aug. (birth) 6 Sept. (baptism)
James Fisher & Ellen Pheeley (sponsors) (signed by priest) P. Donnelly"
Under this entry is inserted between the lines "Peter Quigley married to Alice Lynch at St Joseph's Blantyre 22.2.18 witnesses.....Robert Shaw and Agnes Lynch (WMSA)"
Peter Quigley's father was a coal miner, who had been born in Ayrshire but lived in Hamilton, in Lanarkshire, at the time of Peter's birth. It was he who notified the registrar and signed the birth register on 2 September 1891. As far as is known, Peter was an only child.
In 1901 the census for Bellshill, in the parish of Bothwell, Lanarkshire, recorded Peter living with his parents at Viewpark Square, next door to a household of his Feely relatives, including his cousins Maggie, Samuel, Mary and Jane. Peter was 10 years of age and a scholar. He had been born in Hamilton.
In the 1911 census Peter Tweedly was recorded living with his wife and son Peter at 8 3/4 Meadowhead Road in Wishaw. The younger Peter Tweedly was recorded as 19 years old and single. Like his mother, he had been born in Hamilton. He was a coal miner and worked as a hewer in the mine.
When Peter married in 1918, his residence was recorded as 71 High Blantyre Road Hamilton. He gave his occupation as coal miner and he made his X mark in the register on that occasion.
Peter also gave his occupation as coal miner on his daughter, Mary's birth certificate in 1922. However, he signed his own name on this birth certificate.
Peter resided at 4 Paterson Street, Motherwell, in 1936, at the time of his father's death.
In 1937, in his daughter, Theresa's birth certificate, he was recorded as a 'coal miner (Oncost)'.
In his son Peter's marriage certificate of 1950, he was recorded as a coal miner, and was deceased by then.
Peter Quigley died, aged 53 years, in hospital. He had been a miner, a "coal hewer" as his death certificate recorded, raised a large family and left behind his wife, Alice, a widow after nearly thirty years of marriage. The family continued to reside where Peter usually resided at the time of his death, at 90 Muirhouse Avenue Motherwell. Both of his parents were deceased.
In the death certificate of his son, Andrew, in 1995 Peter Quigley was recorded as a 'coal miner deceased'. 2 3 5 6 7 8
Dr Harvie was the doctor attending Peter Quigley and certified the causes of death.
Peter's widow, Alice Quigley, notified the registrar and signed the death register at Glasgow on 22 January 1945. 3
Peter married Alice LYNCH, daughter of James LYNCH DNA Linked and Elizabeth CAVANAGH DNA Linked, on 22 February 1918 in St Joseph's RC Chapel, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (Alice LYNCH was born 18 November 1894 at 9 00 am in McAlpine's Land, Auchenraith, Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland,9 died 31 August 1983 at 10.05 am in Law Hospital, Carluke, Lanarkshire, Scotland and was buried on 3 September 1983 in Cambusnethan Cemetery Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland 10.). The cause of her death was "shock".3
The marriage took place according to the rites and forms of the Roman Catholic Church. The priest officiating was Father Thomas Hackett. The witnesses were Robert Shaw and Agnes Lynch both of whom signed the register.
The groom, Peter Quigley, was a bachelor of 26 years of age. He worked as a coal miner. He gave his address as 71 High Blantyre Road Hamilton. Peter made his X mark in the register.
Alice, the bride, was an unmarried woman of 22 years. No occupation was given for her. She lived at 69 Dixon Street Blantyre. She signed the register.
The mothers of both the bride and the groom were dead at the time of the marriage. The fathers of both were coal miners, and both were still living.
The marriage was registered at Blantyre on 26 February 1918.