DOCHERTY, Martha 1
Cause of her death was apoplexy over 10 days.
The 1841 census recorded Martha Quigly living with her husband and two of their children in Wright Street in the Wellpark parish of Springburn. She was in the 30-34 years age group and had been born in Scotland but outside of the census county.
Malcolm Black MD certified the cause of death.
Martha married Thomas QUIGLY, son of Peter QUIGLY and Mary LOGAN, on 21 September 1832 in St Mirin's RC Chapel, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. (Thomas QUIGLY was born on 1 August 1808, baptised on 14 August 1808 in St Mirin's RC Chapel, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland and died 15 November 1875 at 6.15 am in City Poorhouse, Glasgow, Scotland.). The cause of his death was cerebral disease of 5 years' duration, epilepsy of 1 year's duration and chronic bronchitis.
The Old Parish Marriage Register of Abbey Parish Paisley records 'Quigley and Docherty' on the week of 2 September 1832 (a Sunday). 'Thomas Quigley and Martha Docherty both of this parish, 3 days Booked 1st'. These were the start of the banns for the marriage, called in the Established Church in Abbey Parish Paisley, recorded on 1 September 1832.
1 National Records of Scotland, RDS 644-6 Glasgow 1875/husband Thomas.
2 1851 UK census, Blackfriars Glasgow vol 559 (or 644-1) en d 11 page 11 48 Burnside Street.
3 1841 UK Census, Springburn Lanarkshire 644/1 en d 146 page 3.
4 Roman Catholic Records, St Andrew's RC parish Glasgow baptisms.
5 Roman Catholic Records, St Andrew's RC parish Glasgow Lanarkshire Baptisms.
6 Roman Catholic Records, St Andrew's RC parish Glasgow Baptisms.
7 Roman Catholic Records, St Alphonsus' RC parish Glasgow Baptisms.
8 Roman Catholic Records, St Mirin's RC parish Paisley baptisms.
9 1861 UK census, High Church Glasgow 644/2 en d 41 page 3.
10 1871 UK census, Glasgow Central District 644/1 en d 118 page 52.
Old Parish Registers of the Church of Scotland, Abbey Parish marriages September 1832.