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SMITH, Robert
(About 1820-Between 1864/1905)
(About 1820-Between 1864/1905)
(About 1845-0010/1905)


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1. ROBSON, Charles

SMITH, Ann 1 2 3

  • Born: About 1845, Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland 2 4
  • Marriage (1): ROBSON, Charles on 26 April 1864 in Bothwell Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1 2
  • Died: 12 January 1905 at 10.00 pm, Currie's Buildings, McNeill Street, Larkhall, Lanarkshire, Scotland 5 6

   Cause of her death was cerebral apoplexy over 14 days.6

   Other names for Ann were MOUNT, Ann,3 4 MOUNT, Annie,6 7 SMITH, Anne 1 and SMITH, Annie.1 7

  General Notes:

In 1872 Charles Mount coal miner was recorded as father of Annie Robison Mount. His wife Annie Mount was the informant of the birth and made her X mark. The parents' marriage was recorded as 25th [sic] April 1864 at Holytown.

Ann Mount, as she was called by the 1881 census, was recorded living with her husband and children at Red Row, Dalserf, Lanarkshire. Like her husband, she had been born in Airdrie. Her age was recorded as 37 years.

When she died in 1905 Annie Mount was recorded as married to Charles Mount coal miner, and as aged 58 years. Her parents were deceased. 6 8

  Medical Notes:

William B. Hendry LRCP & S (E) certified the cause of death.

Charles Mount, widower, who was present where his wife's death occurred, gave notice of her death before the registrar at Larkhall on 13 January 1905. 6

Ann married Charles ROBSON, son of Charles ROBSON? and Mary MOUNT?, on 26 April 1864 in Bothwell Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 2 (Charles ROBSON was born about 1840 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland and died on 3 March 1912 in 3 Wylie Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 5.). The cause of his death was syncope from natural causes.6

  Marriage Notes:

Charles Robson and Ann Smith married after banns according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland. They were married by John Wilkie, Minister of Holytown, and the witnesses to the marriage were Robt. Smith and Isa Wilson. The minister noted that both the two witnesses, and the bride Ann Smith, were unable to write, and that they signed with an X mark.

Charles Robson, a bachelor, was a coal miner living at Baird's Square in Bothwell parish. he was 20 years old. Both of his parents were recorded as deceased.

Ann Smith, also single, was 19 years old. and of the same address. She worked as a dyer in a cotton mill.

The marriage was registered on 29 April 1864 at Holytown.

In his daughter Jane's birth certificate the place and date of her parents' marriage was recorded as "1864 April 15th Holytown".
In the birth certificate of Annie Robson Mount the date and place were noted as "1864 April 25th Holytown".

A marriage has been found in "Scotland, Marriages, 1561-1910," index, FamilySearch which is probably the marriage in question:
Name:Charles Robson
Spouse's Name:Ann Smith
Event Date:26 Apr 1864
Event Place:Bothwell,Lanark,Scotland 1 2 8 9


1 LDS Family Search, IGI.

2 GRO Scotland, Bothwell Parish Lanarkshire Marriages 1864.

3 GRO Scotland, marriage certificate Hamilton 1917 RDS 647 No 225.

4 1871 UK census, Parish: Bothwell Lanarkshire ED: 10; Page: 7.

5 GRO Scotland, Hamilton Lanarkshire Deaths 1912.

6 GRO Scotland, Larkhall Lanarkshire Deaths 1905.

7 GRO Scotland, Larkhall Lanarkshire Marriages 1891.

8 GRO Scotland, Dalserf district Lanarkshire Births 1872.

9 GRO Scotland, Birth certificate RDS 638/2 No 43 Dalserf 1877.

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