Sunday, 2 January 2011
Each 1st of January the ScotlandsPeople website (which has recently been redesigned) publishes one more year of its records. Yesterday the births for 1910, the marriages for 1935 and the deaths for 1960 were put on the Internet. There were no clan births or marriages but there was one death record, that for Agnes McIlhagga, nee McClure, aged 84 years, who died on 21st October 1960 at 12 hrs noon at 6 Gullane Street, Glasgow. She was the widow of Clark McIlhagga, a Shipyard Labourer. Her parents were given as William McClure, a Ship Stoker (deceased) and Isabella McClure, nee Nicol (deceased). She died of Arterio sclerosis - Cerebral thrombosis, as certified by Ernest Norton, MB, ChB. The information was given by her daughter M. Meldrum, on 21st October, at Glasgow to L. Watson, Assistant Registrar. The Registration District was Partick, Glasgow. Her daughter was Marion who married William Meldrum. Her husband Clark was her second husband, she previously having been married to his older brother William. Their father was John McIlhagga, a Sawmill Labourer. He was the son of William McIlhagga, a Weaver, who may have come from Tullygarley, born about 1820.