McDEDD, Agnes 2
Cause of her death was rodent ulcer and senile debility.
In 1881 Agnes Shearer, a widow, was the head of a houshold in the Holytown district of Bothwell parish that consisted of herself and her two sons Alexander and Thomas Shearer. Alexander was a coal miner and Thomas was a "Coal Pit Bottomer".
Agnes Fraser, granddaughter of the deceased, was the informant. She had been present where her grandmother's death occurred. 7
Agnes married John SHEARER, son of William SHEARER and Margaret NICHELSON, on 29 September 1833 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 (John SHEARER was born on 23 March 1815 in Hamilton parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 3 5 17, baptised on 2 April 1815 in Hamilton parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 17 and died about 1880 in Chapelhall, Bothwell Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland 7 12.)
1 GRO Scotland, OPR Index of Marriages.
2 ancestry.co.uk, Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950.
3 1861 UK census, Bothwell parish Hamilton; ED: 13; Page: 4.
4 Old Parish Registers of the Church of Scotland, Kirkcolm Wigtownshire Baptisms 1815.
5 1871 UK census, Bothwell parish Lanarkshire; ED: 13; Page: 6.
6 GRO Scotland, Index of Deaths.
7 GRO Scotland, Coatbridge district Lanarkshire Deaths 1905.
8 GRO Scotland, OPR Index of Births and Baptisms.
9 GRO Scotland, Middle District of Shotts Lanarkshire Deaths 1895.
10 GRO Scotland, Holytown District Parish of Bothwell Lanarkshire Marriages 1855.
11 GRO Scotland, Holytown district Lanarkshire Marriages 1879.
12 ancestry.co.uk, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, Poor Law Applications and Registers, 1849-1917.
13 1881 UK census, Bothwell parish Lanarkshire; ED: 13; Page: 5.
14 1891 UK Census, Glasgow St David; ED: 34; Page: 15.
15 1901 UK Census, New Monkland Lanarkshire; ED: 30; Page: 1.
16 1851 UK census, Holytown Bothwell parish Lanarkshire 625/23/1.
Old Parish Registers of the Church of Scotland, Hamilton Lanarkshire Baptisms 1815.