FEELY, Mary Jane 2
- Born: About 1883, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 2
- Marriage (1): CATTERSON, Thomas in 1905 1
- Died: 15 June 1939 at 2.35 am, Paisley Infirmary, Paisley, Scotland 3
Cause of her death was carcinoma of the uterus with spread to the bladder, suppression of urine, and ihaemia (sic).3
Another name for Mary was CATTERSON, Mary Jane.3
The 1891 census recorded Mary Jane as being a scholar.
In 1902 when her father was applying for parish relief, Mary was mentioned in the records. It occurred at a point where her father was very ill:
"very ill Daur. Mary Mrs Paterson 25 Kelvinside Avenue Paisley"
In 1905 James applied again for relief to Govan. In the list of his children 'Mary Jane 21' is mentioned. The inspector's report adds that she was born in Hamilton, and her residence was unknown.
In June 1930 when her father, James, died, the informant of his death was his daughter, Mary J. Catterson, whose address then was noted as 99 Storie Street Paisley.
When Mary Jane Catterson died in 1939, her death certificate recorded her as 'married to Thomas Catterson Fish Restaurateur'. Her recorded age at death was 55 years. Her usual residence was 9 Underwood Lane, Paisley. Both of her parents were then deceased. 2 3 4
Robert D. Taylor MB ChB certified the causes of death.
Thomas Catterson, Mary Jane's son, of 3 Holm Avenue, Paisley, gave notice of her death before the registrar at Paisley, William L. Campbell, on 15 June 1939. 3
Mary married Thomas CATTERSON in 1905.1 (Thomas CATTERSON was born about 1880 and died after 15 June 1939 3.)