CONNOR, Mary Ann
- Born: 1860, Ireland 2
- Marriage (1): HART, Michael on 26 October 1881 in RC Chapel, Cleland, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1
- Died: 18 August 1904 at 10.00 pm, Windyedge Farm, West District of Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland 3
Cause of her death was bilious vomiting and neuralgia over 10 days then probably sudden heart failure.3
Other names for Mary were CONNOR, Mary,4 HART, Mary Ann,3 HART, Mary Anne 5 and O'CONNOR, Mary Ann.2
Mary Connor was recorded as a brickworker in the census of 1881. She was 20 years of age, and had been born in Ireland. She lived with her family at 43 Omoa Square, Cleland, Lanarkshire.
When Mary Hart was born in 1882 at Cleland, her mother Mary Ann Hart, née Connor, was the informant of her birth before the registrar, William Spence, at Cleland on 21 August 1882, and made her X mark. The date and place of her marriage to Michael Hart, the child's father, were noted as 26 October 1881 at Cleland.
In 1891 the census recorded Mary Anne Hart as 28 years of age. She had been born in Ireland, and now lived with her husband and five children at 4 Dick's Row, Cleland, in the western district of Shotts parish. The children ranged in age from 1 month to 9 years.
Mary Ann Hart died in 1904 at the recorded age of 40 years. She was married to Michael Hart, a coal miner. Both of her parents were then deceased. 1 3 4 5
John Lithgow MD certified the cause of death.
Henry McConnaghie, son in law of the deceased woman, of Windyedge Farm, Cleland, gave notice of his mother in law's death before the registrar, William McGill, at Cleland on 19 August 1904. 3
Mary married Michael HART, son of Hugh HART and Anne MURPHY, on 26 October 1881 in RC Chapel, Cleland, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (Michael HART was born in 1854 in Ireland 2 5 and died after 18 August 1904.)
The marriage was celebrated, after banns, according to the rites and forms of the Roman Catholic Church. Father Thomas Moran was the priest. Michael O'Connor and Margaret King were the witnesses.
Michael Hart, a coal miner, was unmarried and 26 years of age. He lived at 33 Omoa Square, Cleland. His father was deceased.
Mary Ann O'Connor, who made her X mark, lived at 43 Omoa Square, and worked as a domestic servant. She was single and aged 21 years.
The marriage was registered on 28 October 1881 at Cleland, William Spence being the signing registrar. 2