Christina Mary Janet Graham1

#5786, (1828 - )
FatherRobert Balfour Graham1 (1788 - 1855)
MotherChristina Wilson Laurie1 (1799 - 1871)
ChartsJames Graham & Agnes Finlayson - collapsible 7-generation descendant chart

Children of Christina Mary Janet Graham and Thomas Graham

  • John Graham11 (1855 - )
  • Christina Laurie Graham11 (1856 - )
  • Robert Balfour Graham11 (1858 - )
  • Thomas Graham11 (1861 - )
  • William Andrew James Graham11 (1863 - )

Life Events

BirthChristina Mary Janet Graham was born on 31 Oct 1828.2
 
BaptismShe was baptized on 21 Dec 1828 in North Berwick, East Lothian.1 
(with Parents) 1841 CensusM J Graham appeared on the 1841 Census of North Berwick, East Lothian in the household of her parents. She was 12 years old and born in East Lothian.3 
MarriageShe married Thomas Graham, son of John Graham and Elizabeth Bannerman, on 17 Oct 1854 in North Berwick.4,1
 
Research Note It is not yet known if or how Thomas and Christina Mary Janet's Graham families are related. 
1861 CensusThomas and Mary J Graham appeared on the 1861 Census of Drymen, Stirlingshire, at Balfunning House. Thomas was 40, a Proprietor, and was born in Fintry. Mary J was 29 and born in North Berwick, East Lothian. With them were their children John (5), Christina L (4), and Robert B (2) as well as two domestic servants.5 
1871 CensusThomas and Christina M appeared on the 1871 Census of Drymen, Stirlingshire, at Balfunning House. Thomas was 32 and born in Ventry [sic] Stirlingshire. His occupation was transcribed as "Resiprestor Of P Captain Adoutune Lambar Larhore Tull Volunlurs" [obviously a rather poor transcription; I have not seen the original]. Christina M was 41 and born in North Berwick. At home they had one daughter, Christina (14) as well as one servant.6 
1881 CensusThomas and Mary Janet appeared on the 1881 Census of Barony, Lanarkshire, at 18 Lansdowne Crescent. Thomas was a 'Capt on Trd List Army', age 63, and born in Fintry. His wife was 52 and born in North Berwick. Their children were John (25, general produce merchant), Thomas (19, lawyers apprentice), William (17, clerk to a general produce merchant). They had one domestic servant.7 
1891 CensusThomas and Mary J Graham appeared on the 1891 Census of Edinburgh, Midlothian, at 19 Barnton Terrace. Thomas was an annuitant, 73 years old, and born in Fintry. Mary was 62 and born in North Berwick, East Lothian. With them were their son John (35, merchant), daughter Charlotte L G [sic] Gibbs (34), grandson Thomas W Graham (7, born Chryston, Lanark), and one domestic servant.8 
(Widowed) DeathHer husband Thomas died on 23 Apr 1894.9 
1901 CensusC Mary J Graham appeared on the 1901 Census of Edinburgh, Midlothian, at 19 Barnton Terrace. She was living on her own means, 72 years old, and born in N Berwick. With her was her niece Mary Jane Graham (37, birthplace Berwick Marton) and one domestic servant.10 
Last Edited27 Nov 2013

Citations

  1. [S304] Index of Scottish Old Parish Registers CD.
  2. [S351] Hew Scott, Fasti Ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1915), FHL microfiche #6026402, Robert Balfour Graham.
  3. [S647] Website FreeCEN: UK Census Online (http://freecen.rootsweb.com/). A volunteer project to transcribe the UK census, SCT1841/713 ed3 f3 p17.
  4. [S351] Hew Scott, Fasti Ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1915), FHL microfiche #6026402, Robert Balfour Graham, 1788-1855.
  5. [S1186] Online index to the 1861 Census for Scotland (Ancestry.com) "Drymen (477), ED 2, household 26."
  6. [S1207] Online index to the 1871 Census for Scotland (Ancestry.com) "Drymen (477), ED 2, household 20."
  7. [S246] 1881 Census for England, Scotland, and Wales (Family History Library, on CD), vol 644-9, ed 60, p 6.
  8. [S1216] Online index to the 1891 Census for Scotland (Ancestry.com) "Edinburgh St Cuthberts (685A/1), ED 6, Page 10."
  9. [S351] Hew Scott, Fasti Ecclesiae scoticanae: the succession of ministers in the Church of Scotland from the reformation (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1915), FHL microfiche #6026402, John Graham, 1778-1865.
  10. [S1218] Online index to the 1901 Census for Scotland (Ancestry.com) "Edinburgh Dean (685/1), ED 75, Page 13."
  11. [S1320] Website International Genealogical Index, civil registration index (www.familysearch.org).