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Rosina McBride 1883-1910

Name: Rosina McBride. AKA: Rose Ann.
Sex: Female.
Birth: 11th Feb 1883 at 28 South Coburg Street in Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland.
Death: 21st July 1910 at Govan Poorhouse, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
   
Father: Father John McBride (c1845-1908)
Mother: Mother Rosina Slaven (c1840-1897)
   
Marriage(s): Spouse Hugh Quigley  On 26th Sep 1903 at St Anthony's R.C Chapel in Govan.
   
Occupation(s): Pickle Worker
   
Residence(s): 28 South Coburg Street, Gorbals. 48 South Coburg Street, Gorbals. 27 Hamilton Street, Govan. 16 James Place, Govan.
  10 Ingram Street, Govan. 75 Blackburn Street, Govan. 146 Harmony Row, Govan. 28 Holme Street, Govan.
 
Child(ren): of Rosina McBride & Hugh Quigley
child James-Christopher Quigley born 25th Dec 1904 at 16 James Place, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
child Rosina Quigley born 27th Feb 1907 at 75 Blackburn Street in Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Child Catherine Quigley born 18th Dec 1908 at 146 Harmony Row in Govan. Death 8th Dec 1918 in Govan, Glasgow, Scotland.
 

 

Notes:  
 
  • Rosina stayed at 27 Hamilton Street, Govan at time of marriage in 1903, witnesses where Thomas McGuinness and Jessie Doyle.
  • On the 13th May 1910 Hugh applies to Govan Poorhouse for medical relief for Rosina and on the 17th May 1910 this application was refused, Hugh appeals this refusal which is overturned by the Sheriff-substitute of Lanarkshire and Rosina is admitted to Govan Poorhouse for medical relief, however on the 21st July 1910 Rosina unforunately dies in Govan Poorhouse. COD: Cardiac Vascular disease (2 Months) (Govan Poorhouse later became the Southern General Hospital the original buildings still stands today)

 

Govan Poorhouse

Govan Combination Poorhouse

 

  • Rosina is on the 1891 Census for Gorbals, Lanarkshire.
  • In 1912 The Burgh of Govan was annexed to Glasgow.
  • Ingram Street was renamed to Wick Street and Holme Street was renamed to Wanlock Street sometime in the 1930's.     More details



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