Friday, April 15, 2016

Annie Pirie Stewart 1873 - 1936

Annie married John Crow Edwards in 1910.  He was a ship caulker in the Dundee harbor until his death in 1918.

1881 census: They are living at 143 Nethergate, Dundee
Christina Stewart, washerwoman age 40 born 1841
(Husband William deceased four years ago.)
1.  (William Stewart gone from home)
2.  Charles Stewart, apprentice baker, age 17, born 1864
3.  Robert (Duncan) Stewart apprentice tailor, age 14 born 1867
4.  George (Duncan) Stewart, message boy, age 14 born 1867 (birth GS number 6035516, parents are William Stewart and Christina Duncan)
5.  David Pirie Stewart missing.
6.  Annie Stewart, Scholar age 8 born 1873, Falkirk, Stirlingshire

1891 Census: living at 8 Victoria Square, Dundee
Christina Stewart is 50 years old, office cleaner
Annie is 18,

1901 Census: living at Victoria Square Nethergate, Dundee
Christina 40 office cleaner b 1861
Annie (Pirie) Stewart, 28 born Falkirk, Stirlingshire, (same as 1881 census)  is a confectionary worker
John Johnston 28
Robert Johnston, 21

Married John Crow Edwards in 1910. John died in 1918 in Dundee. Annie died of angina pectoris 5 days in 1936.  Helen Steven, Annie's sister in law or John's sister is listed as the informant.  Witness: is not Canal street. But  something like Coach smith maybe as occupation. Not blacksmith. They are both at 13 Bridge Street address obviously a married couple.   Thomas Scott Jonrie and Jane jonrie  Surname maybe. Found: Thomas Scott Imrie and Jane Margaret Jackson (Imrie) according to the 1910 Perth City Directory.

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 The ages are slight off and the parish is St Andrews not St Clement, lazy census taker.

1911 - 1912 Perth, Leslie's Directory:

1920 Valuation rolls: Annie does not appear in the Dundee 1925 valuation rolls.

Death cert for Annie, her husband John Crow Edwards was a ship caulker.