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Annie Mullin 1892-1963

Name: Annie Mullin
Sex: Female.
Birth: 5 August 1892 at St James Street in Kinning Park, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Death: 20 Mar 1963 at 20 Moncur Street in Calton, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Father: Father Charles Mullin born 18 Apr 1869 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Mother: Mother Annie Kerr (c1870)
Marriage(s): Spouse Hugh Quigley  On 18th Aug 1914 at St Margaret's R.C Chapel in Glasgow.
  Spouse James Brown  (no further details on James Brown)
Occupation(s): Bolt Screwer, Cleaner
Residence(s): St James Street, Kinning Park. 91 McLean Street, Govan. 136 Blackburn Street, Govan.
  74 McLellan Street, Govan. 61 Craigiehall Street, Govan. Dumbarton Hostel, Dumbarton.
244 Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 15 Morrison Street, Tradeston. 133 Balarnock Road, Springburn.
13 Rutland Crescent, Plantation. 20 Moncur Street, Calton, Glasgow.
Child(ren): of Annie Mullin &Hugh Quigley
Child Annie Quigley born 10th Sep 1914 at 136 Blackburn Street in Govan. Death 2nd Apr 1920 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Child(ren): of Annie Mullin & James Brown
Child Charles Mullin Brown born 18 May 1929 in Tradeston, Glasgow, Scotland.
Child James Brown born 17 February 1931 in Springburn, Glasgow, Scotland.
Child Annie Kerr Mullin Brown born 4 July 1933 at Plantation, Glasgow. Death 13 Jan 1935 in Ruchill, Glasgow, Scotland.



  • Annie stayed at 74 McLellan Street, Glasgow at time of marriage in 1914, witnesses where Hugh Kerr and Margaret Mullin.
  • Annie and James Brown were unmarried.
  • Daughter Annie Quigley died at the Children's Hospital, Glasgow,Usual Residence: 61 Craigiehall Street, Govan. COD: Severe burns of face & body. Death certified accident by Procurator-Fiscal on 01 May 1920 1920. Informant: Annie Quigley (mother)
  • Daughter Annie Brown died at the Ruchill Hospital, Glasgow. Usual Residence: 170 Paisley Road West, Glasgow. COD: Whooping Cough - Broncho Pneumonia. Informant: James Brown (father).
  • Annie Mullin's COD: Chronic Bronchitis Hypertension & Chronic Myocarditis. Informant: C Brown (son).
  • In 1912 The Burgh of Govan was annexed to Glasgow.



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