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HAMMEL, Charles
(About 1820-Before 1902)
IRVINE, Alice
(About 1820-Before 1902)
HAMEL, Roger
(About 1845-)
RITCHIE, Mary
(About 1845-Between 1892/1902)
HAMEL, Ann Irvine
(1870-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. QUIGLEY, John

HAMEL, Ann Irvine 2

  • Born: 10 November 1870, Colinton, Midlothian, Scotland 2
  • Marriage (1): QUIGLEY, John on 2 December 1892 in 10 Gateside Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1
  • Died: 10 November 1942 at 11.15 pm, 5 Saffronhall Crescent, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 3

   Cause of her death was cerebral haemorrhage and hypostatic pneumonia.

   Other names for Ann were HAMILL, Annie,4 5 6 HAMMEL, Annie,7 8 9 HAMMILL, Annie,1 4 10 HUMELL, Annie 11 and TWEEDLEY, Annie.5 7 8 9 10 12

  General Notes:

Mary Ritchie Tweedley, according to her birth certificate, was born in Edinburgh on 22 August 1893, and her birth was registered in the St George district of Edinburgh by her mother, who signed herself Annie Tweedley, on 2 September 1893 before the registrar John Aitchison. The note by the registrar at Hamilton, William J. T. Rae, states that the certificate was subsequently transcribed at Hamilton on 19 September 1893. The domicile for John Tweedley, Annie's husband, is recorded on the certificate as 134 Low Waters Hamilton. Their marriage is noted as having taken place "1892 December 2nd Hamilton".

Annie Tweedley was recorded by the 1901 census, living at 29 Ardenlea Street in Glasgow, with her husband and four children, aged between 2 years and 24 years. The older daughter, Margaret, was probably the daughter of John's first marriage. A granddaughter, Margaret McArthur, also lived there at that time. She was, according to the census, the daughter of Margaret Tweedley. Annie was recorded as 30 years of age and had been born in Slateford near Edinburgh in Midlothian.

After her son, Samuel's birth in 1901, it was Annie who notified the registrar of the birth.

In the death certificate of her husband John Tweedley in 1920, Annie Hammill [sic] was recorded as his second wife.

In 1942, Annie herself died, a widow, since her husband had died in 1920. She was recorded in her death certificate as aged 72 years, the widow of coal hewer, John Tweedley. Both her parents were deceased by then. 3 12 13 14

  Medical Notes:

W. Anderson, MB ChB, certified the causes of death.

John Tweedley, Annie's son, who was present where his mother's death occurred, notified the registrar, Robert Kyle, at Hamilton, on 11 November 1942. John Tweedley's address was given as 40 Hill Street, Hamilton.


Ann married John QUIGLEY, son of Patrick QUIGLY (DNA Linked) and Margaret GEORGE (DNA Linked), on 2 December 1892 in 10 Gateside Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (John QUIGLEY was born on 3 November 1850 in Crookedholm, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland 14 15, baptised on 8 December 1850 in St Joseph's RC Chapel, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland 16 and died 26 February 1920 at 12.12 pm in 17 Beckford Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 4.). The cause of his death was enlarged prostate gland, cystitis and nephritis.


  Marriage Notes:

John Tweedley married Annie Hamill, his second wife, after banns, on 2 December 1892 according to the forms of the Evangelical Union Church, as recorded on their marriage certificate. The officiating minister was Geo. Bell. The witnesses were Matthew McNaught and Agnes Belcher.

John Tweedley was a widower, a coal miner aged 42 years. His father was deceased.

Annie Hammill was an unmarried woman aged 22 years. Both resided at 10 Gateside Street, Hamilton.

The marriage was registered on 6 December 1892 at Hamilton.


The marriage of John and Annie Tweedley is noted in the 1893 birth certificate of their daughter Mary as having taken place "1892 December 2nd Hamilton".

The birth certificate of Rebecca Tweedley in 1895, notes her parents' marriage as having taken place on 1 December 1893.

The birth certificate of John Tweedley younger, in 1897, records the date of his parents' marriage as 1 December 1892. The informant was Annie Tweedley.

Rodger Tweedley's birth certificate in 1899 noted his parents' marriage as "1892 December 2 Hamilton". 1

Sources


1 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Marriages 1892.

2 LDS Family Search, IGI.

3 GRO Scotland, Death certificate RDS 647 No 394 Hamilton 1942.

4 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Deaths 1920.

5 GRO Scotland, Blantyre district Lanarkshire Marriages 1935.

6 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Deaths 1936.

7 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Births 1897.

8 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Births 1899.

9 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Marriages 1918.

10 GRO Scotland, Blythswood Glasgow Lanarkshire Scotland 1936.

11 1881 UK census, Parish: Colinton, Midlothian; ED: 7; Page: 8.

12 GRO Scotland, Hamilton district Lanarkshire Births 1893.

13 GRO Scotland, Birth certificate RDS 647 No 478 Hamilton 1895-daughter Rebecca.

14 1901 UK Census, Barony Glasgow Dalmarnock/Bridgeton 644/01 en d 75/01 page 13.

15 1851 UK census, 597 Kilmarnock parish.

16 Roman Catholic Records, St Joseph's RC Parish Kilmarnock Baptisms. 0.


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