Family Groups (main line)
Coalminer, Slater (1847). Slater with Carron Co.
8 Feb 1842
d 22 May 1896, age 73, Dock St, Carronshore, of cardiac degeneration. See extract of will.
|bap. 13 Jun 1819
d 14 Dec 1890,, age 71?, Carronshore, of chronic rheumatic arthritis of the spine
In1891, George was living with his grand-daughter Euphemia Hotchkies in Carronshore. His will of 26th Jan 1892 left articles noted below to his grand-children John and George and his remaining estate of £149 19s. 10d. to be split between his surviving children Livingston, William, Mary, Annie, and Jessie
|1||James, Canal Dues Collector||m.||Ann Gregor|
|b. 1839, Falkirk
d. 15 Nov 1878, Port Downie, Falkirk
George, witnessed father's death.
|2||George, coalminer||m.1863||Elizabeth McLuckie||Robert McLuckie
|b. 15 May 1842, Falkirk
d. 19 Oct 1865, age 23, Carron Hall, of typhod fever
|3||MARY||m. 31 Dec 1869
|JAMES HOTCHKIES, coalminer|
|b. 20 Mar 1844, Falkirk
m. witnesses: Andrew Laing, Jessie Rae
d. 9 Sep 1893, Carronshore
|b 1846, Bothkennar
d. 13 Oct 1918, Blackmill, Carron
|b. 28 Dec1845, Falkirk
d. 2 Jun 1865, age 19, Carronshore
|5||Ann Corbet||m. 30 Dec 1867||James Gillespie, seaman from Carronshore|
|b. 4 Feb 1848, Polmont. Living in Carronshore in1847
||Manse, Larbert||b. abt. 1846|
|6||Livingston, Carpenter||m.28 Nov 1873||Janet Forsyth||Ramiles? Forsyth
|b. 9 Nov 1849, Falkirk,
m. Witnesses: George Forsyth, Jessie Rae
d 1905 age 56, buried in Bothkennar
His son John was left his grandfather's silver watch in the will of 1892
d. 1921 age 68, buried in Bothkennar
son Alexander d 1897 age 16.
In 1901 the family were at Scobbie buildings, Dock St., Carronshore
|b. 1 Sep 1852, Falkirk
(this could be the same as Jessie - below)
|b. 9 Oct 1854, Falkirk
d. 19 Aug 1859 age 5, Carronshore, of a fever
|9||Jessie||m. 6 Jun 1879||Adam Sharp||Alexander Sharp
|b. 1855, Falkirk.
Living at 100 Great Western road, Glasgow at time of marriage and in Port-Adelaide, Australia in 1892 at the time of her father's will.
Living at 100 Queen St. Glasgow at time of marriage. Father, a farmer, was deceased at this time.
|b. 1856, Falkirk
d. 21 Jun 1858, age 1y 9m, Carronshore.
Died as result of the wheel of a loaded wagon passing over him.
|11||William||m. 15 Jul 1881||Jane Walker Binnie Clark, teacher||Frances? Clark
|b. 1860, Falkirk
m. Living at Moss Cottage, Cadder. Witnesses: Livinston Rae, Sarah Clark
His son George was left the fiddle that belonged to his great-grandfather and his grandfather's pinch-beck watch in the will of 1892.
1 Feb 1896
m. Living at Larbert
divorce, living at Main Street, Stenhousemuir
1. Census 1901 Parish of Larbert - Village of Carronshore, Entry 122, Scobbie Buildings, Dock St.
|NAME and Surname
of each person
as to Marriage
|PROFESSION or OCCUPATION||Employed||WHERE BORN||Rooms with One or more Windows|
|Livingston Rae||Head||Mar||50||Ships Carpenter||Worker||Stirlingshire, Lauriston||2|
|Janet Rae||Wife||Mar||48?||Stirlingshire, Mt Wesleyan|
|George Rae||Son||Single||22||Grate Fitter||Stirlingshire, Larbert|
|Ann C. Rae||Daur||Single||16||Mother's help||Stirlingshire, Larbert|
|James Rae||Son||13||Scholar||Stirlingshire, Larbert|