QUIGLEY, Mary 3 4
- Born: 9 July 1860 at 7.50 pm, Holmes Colliery, Galston, Ayrshire, Scotland 3 5
- Baptised: 7 September 1860, St Joseph's RC Parish, Kilmarnock, Scotland 4
- Marriage (1): ALLEN, William George on 24 April 1879 in 7 Saffron Place, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1 2
- Died: 6 December 1918, 21 Barrack Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland
- Buried: 9 December 1918, West Cemetery, Section F Lair 268, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 6
Cause of her death was cardiac valvular disease and angina.
Other names for Mary were ALLAN, Mary,7 ALLEN, Mary,8 9 10 11 TEEDLY, Mary,2 TWEEDLEY, Mary 7 12 13 and TWEEDLY, Mary.9 10
Mary Quigley was born in Galston in 1960. Her father Peter Quigley was the informant of her birth before the registrar at Galston on 27 July 1860, but was not present where the birth took place. He was a coalminer, probably employed at Holmes Colliery in Galston parish Ayrshire, which the certificate notes as the location of Mary's birth. No baptismal record has as yet been found for Mary.
Roman Catholic Records
St Joseph's Parish Kilmarnock
Names of children: Mary
Names of Parents: Pat. Quigley & Margt George
Date of Birth: 20th July
Name of Sponsors: Rose Carlisle
Name of Clergyman: J. McLachlan
Date of Baptism: 7 do (ditto for earlier entry 'Sep')"
Mary's cousin Catharine, daughter of her father's brother Thomas was baptised along with her, and follows her entry in the register.
Mary was the youngest child recorded in her family in the 1861 census. The family were living at Old Rome, near Dundonald, and Mary was noted as 5 months of age. Her birthplace was recorded as Galston.
The 1871 census recorded Mary Tweedley, aged 10 years, living with her parents and sister and brothers in Knowehead Rows, Galston, the Ayrshire town where she had been born. She was a scholar.
Mary was not listed in her family's 1881 census entry in Dalziel Parish, Lanarkshire. She was, however, recorded in the 1881 census for England. She was living at 13 Netley Street, St Pancras, London. She was aged 20 years. With her lived her husband, W. G. Allen, born in the same town, aged 25 years, and working as a railway servant, and also her son, W. S. Allen aged 10 months, also born in St Pancras Middlesex.
Note:The transcriber mistakenly noted W.S. for W.G.
Mary Allan registered her daughter Maggie George Allan's birth in Edinburgh on 27 November 1883, and made her X mark.
In 1891 the census recorded Mary Alan, a widow and an invalid, living in a dwelling with one windowed room at 95 Muir Street with her son, William aged 10 years, and her daughter Margaret, aged 7 years. Mary was recorded as 30 years of age and born in Galston, Ayrshire. William had been born in London and Margaret in Edinburgh. Both children were at school.
The census of 1901 recorded Mary Allen living at 95 Muir Street Hamilton with her children: Margaret, aged 17 years, and William G., aged 20 years. Mary's recorded age was 40 years. Her birthplace was noted as Ayr, Ayrshire.
In 1911 Mary Allan was living alone at 21 Barrack Street, Hamilton. She was a widow and had been born in Galston, Ayrshire.
Mary died in 1918. Her death certificate recorded that 'Mary Allan married to William Allan Railway Lampman died 6 December 1918. Found dead on floor at 9.30 pm. Last seen alive December 3 about 11 pm at 21 Barrack Street Hamilton aged 59'. Both of her parents were then deceased.
Note: as early as the 1891 census Mary was listed as a widow. The phrasing of her death certificate suggests he husband was still living. 3 4 7 8 13 14 15 16 17
Mary Quigley's descendant, Irene Smith, has very generously offered to share her own research and information about Mary and her family.
Thanks too to Jayne Knox, whose husband is a descendant of Mary Quigley/Tweedley, without whose family tree the information published in Patrick's People concerning this family line would be so much poorer.
Holmes Colliery in Galston, Ayrshire, was owned by John Horne. 18 19
J. R. Watson MD certified the causes of death.
Mary's son in law, James Straiton, of 12 Albert Buildings, Earnock, gave notice of her death before Gavin Frame, registrar, on 7 December 1918 at Hamilton.
Mary married William George ALLEN, son of James Vince ALLEN and Sophia Martha HUNT, on 24 April 1879 in 7 Saffron Place, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 2 (William George ALLEN was born on 3 May 1852 in St Pancras, London, England 20, baptised on 27 May 1852 in Old Church, St Pancras, London, England,20 died in 1890 in London, England 9 10 14 and was buried on 26 February 1890 in Southwark, London, England 21.)
The marriage was performed after banns and according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church. Thomas Simpson Trench, minister of the United Presbyterian Church in Hamilton, married the couple. The witnesses were S. Horsburgh and Mary Gracey.
W. G. Allan was a Private in the 90th Foot. He was aged 23 years and unmarried. His residence was noted as the Barracks in Hamilton.
Mary Teedly [sic], who made her X mark, was resident at 17 Ann Street, Burnbank, Hamilton. She was unmarried and was a domestic servant. Her age was recorded as 18 years.
The marriage was registered at Hamilton on 5 May 1879, William Murray being the signing registrar.
Note: Mary Gracey, witness, may have been the Mary Gracie who married the bride's younger brother, Arthur.
In their daughter Maggie's birth certificate of 1883, the informant of which was Mary Allan her mother, the parents' marriage date and place was noted as "1879 April 24 Edinburgh". 1 2 7