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QUEEN, Thomas 1
- Born: About 1805, Ireland 2 3
- Marriage (1): McSHANE, Agnes
- Died: 1879, Poorhouse, Motherwell, Parish of Dalziel, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1
Other names for Thomas were QUIN, Thomas 4 5 and QUINN, Thomas.6
The 1851 census for Carluke Lanarkshire recorded Thomas Queen, with his wife and family, living at Hunterfield. Thomas Queen was recorded as 46 years of age and had been born in Ireland. He worked as a miner of ironstone.
Thomas Quin or Queen was a coal miner according to the marriage certificate in 1858 and the death certificate of his son Francis in 1879.
In 1861 Thomas Quin was recorded living in a private house with his wife and two sons at Cleland's Land, in the village of Waterloo in Cambusnethan parish, Lanarkshire. Thomas was recorded as aged 57 years and worked as a coal miner. He had been born in Ireland.
Thomas Queen was recorded by the 1871 census for Cambusnethan living at 64 Stewarton Street with his wife Agnes, his son James and a young woman called Annie Queen, the daughter of James Queen and Ann Carlan; her mother having died when she was an infant, Annie is listed in the census as the daughter of Thomas. Thomas Queen was recorded in 1871 as 66 years of age and a coal miner. His birthplace was Ireland.
Thomas was recorded as a widower when he died. His recorded age at death was 75 years. No parental information was noted in his death certificate. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Thomas married Agnes McSHANE. (Agnes McSHANE was born about 1807 in Ireland 3 5 7.)
GRO Scotland, Deaths Hamilton 647 no 375 1879.
GRO Index, Deaths Dalziel 639 no 234 1879.
1851 UK census, Carluke Lanarkshire 629 en d 8 page 19 Hunterfield.
GRO Scotland, Marriage Lanark 648 no 5 1858.
GRO, Cambusnethan 628 en d 2 page 24 Cleland's Land Waterloo.
GRO Index, Marriages Coatbridge or Old Monkland 652/02 no 154 1932.
1871 UK census, Cambusnethan 628 en d 14 page 7 64 Stewarton Street.