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HOME, Alexander
(1776-Before 1860)
HARDIE, Margaret
(About 1785-)
FORBES, William
(About 1809-)
MITCHELL, Elspet
(About 1809-1853)
HOME, Peter
(1813-0004/1881)
FORBES, Margaret
(1833-0010/1900)
HOME, Eliza Ann
(1859-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. TAWSE, William

HOME, Eliza Ann 1 2 3 4 5

  • Born: 9 September 1859 at 00.00 pm, Kirkton, Tullynessle Parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 3 6
  • Marriage (1): TAWSE, William on 8 December 1894 in Lochhead House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen, Scotland 1 2
  • Died: 4 January 1921 at 10.20pm, 17 Allan Street, Aberdeen, Scotland 4

   Cause of her death was cerebral haemorrhage.4

   Other names for Eliza were HOLME, Eliza A. P, HOME, Eliza 6 and TAWSE, Eliza Ann.2

  General Notes:

In the parish of Tullynessle and Forbes, Aberdeenshire, Peter Holme [sic] was recorded by the 1861 census as head of a small household living at Manse Cottage. In the household lived Peter, his wife Margret Holme, and their two children. The younger child was named as Eliza A. P. Holme. She was aged 1 year and had been born in Tullynessle.

When Eliz Ann Tawse died in 1921 she was recorded as "Married to William Tawse Night Watchman" and 61 years of age. her parents were both deceased. Her father's name was noted in the death certificate, erroneously, as William Home. 4

  Medical Notes:

The cause of death was certified by W. J. Byres MD.

The informant was William Tawse, widower, who had been present where the death occurred. 4


Eliza married William TAWSE, son of William TAWSE and Elizabeth MITCHELL, on 8 December 1894 in Lochhead House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen, Scotland.1 2 (William TAWSE was born on 27 April 1858 in Towie parish, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 1 7 and died on 29 March 1937 in 33 Chestnut Row, Aberdeen, Scotland 4 5.). The cause of his death was myocarditis.4


  Marriage Notes:

The marriage took place after banns according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland. Gordon Murray MA BD, minister of Greyfriars parish Aberdeen, married the couple. The witnesses were Alex. McGillivray and John Morrison.

William Tawse was a single man, aged 34 years, of Hillocks, Tullynessle and Forbes parish. He was a farmer. Both of his parents were deceased.

Eliza Ann Home was an unmarried woman aged 33 years, of Manse Cottage, also in Tullynessle and Forbes parish. She was a domestic servant. Her father was deceased.

The marriage was registered at Aberdeen on 10 December 1894.

Note: This marriage is indexed under the date 1 January 1894. This is the practice of the GRO Scotland when there is doubt concerning the date of the event recorded. The doubt here arises from the fact that the registrar has actually, inadvertently, written in column 1 "on the Eighty day of December", instead of the "eighth". The previous marriage entry is for the 7 December 1894, and the date of registration of the marriage is 10 December 1894, showing that 8 December 1894 is the most likely date for it to have taken place. 1

Sources


1 GRO Scotland, Old Machar parish Aberdeenshire Marriages 1894.

2 GRO Scotland, Tullynessle and Forbes parish Aberdeenshire Births 1895.

3 GRO Scotland, Tullynessle and Forbes parish Aberdeenshire Births 1859.

4 GRO Scotland, St Machar district Aberdeen Deaths 1921.

5 GRO Scotland, Northern District Aberdeen Burgh Deaths 1937.

6 1871 UK census, Tullynessle and Forbes Aberdeenshire; ED: 5; Page: 7.

7 LDS Family Search, IGI.


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