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FIFE, John
(1823-)
PRYCE, Patrick
(1849-Between 1903/1948)
FYFE, Mary Ann
(1852-After 1948)
PRYCE, Catherine
(1879-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. O'ROURKE, Frank 'a Goal Scoring Legend'

PRYCE, Catherine 2

  • Born: 1879, Old Monkland Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1 3
  • Marriage (1): O'ROURKE, Frank 'a Goal Scoring Legend' on 5 June 1903 in St Bridget's RC Church, Baillieston, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1
  • Died: 28 September 1948 at 7.45 pm, 30 Monkland View Crescent, Bargeddie, Lanarkshire, Scotland 4

   Cause of her death was cerebral haemorrhage over 2 hours.

   Other names for Catherine were O'ROURKE, Catherine,4 5 PRICE, Catherine 3 5 and PRYCE, Katie.6

  General Notes:

The 1881 census for Old Monkland parish recorded Catherine's family, with Catherine as the youngest aged 1 year. She had been born in the parish of Old Monkland.

Catherine O'Rourke died at the recorded age of 69 years. Her death certificate described her as having been married to Francis O'Rourke, general labourer. Her father Patrick was deceased. 3 4

  Medical Notes:

Michael J. Flaherty MB B Ch [sic] certified the cause of death.

The informant, Frank O'Rourke, was the widower of the deceased. He had been present where the death occurred and gave notice before the registrar, John McGhee, at Baillieston on 29 September 1948. 4


Catherine married Frank O'ROURKE 'a Goal Scoring Legend', son of Edward ROURKE and Mary WARD, on 5 June 1903 in St Bridget's RC Church, Baillieston, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (Frank O'ROURKE 'a Goal Scoring Legend' was born 5 December 1876 at 1.00 pm in 12 Omoa Square, Cleland, Lanarkshire, Scotland 7 and died 24 December 1954 at 10 20 pm in 30 Monkland View Crescent, Bargeddie, Lanarkshire, Scotland 2.). The cause of his death was cerebral thrombosis over 35 days.


  Marriage Notes:

The marriage was celebrated after banns according to the rites and forms of the Roman Catholic Church. The priest was Peter Terken CC and the witnesses were Henry O'Rourke and Grace Pryce.

Francis O'Rourke was a bachelor of 26 years who worked as a coal miner. His address was 57 Longmuir Bargeddie. His father was deceased.

Catherine Pryce was unmarried and aged 24 years. Her address was 9 Longmuir Bargeddie. She worked as a domestic servant.

The marriage was registered at Baillieston on 8 June 1903, D. D. Smith being the signing registrar.

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Sources


1 GRO Scotland, Marriage certificate 652/1 No 55 Old Monkland West 1903.

2 GRO Scotland, Death certificate 652/1 No 183 Old Monkland West.

3 1881 UK census, Old Monkland Lanarkshire 652-1 en d 11 page 5 4 Front Row.

4 GRO Scotland, Death certificate 652/1 No 132 Old Monkland West 1948.

5 GRO Scotland, Coatbridge Lanarkshire Births.

6 e-mails, M. McColgan 17 March 2014.

7 GRO Scotland, Birth certificate 655 No 328 Shotts 1876 12 Omoa Square.


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