I have made a correction in the blog of 13 Oct last, thanks to a friend in Co. Antrim, namely to the date of the marriage of Jame McIlhagga and Aaron Scott Crowe.
The Scottish Records in Edinburgh has now digitised the Scottish Valuations of land and property in four years, namely 1895, 1905, 1915 and 1920. I have already written in this blog about the first three years, respectively on 1 Jun 2013, 29 Jan 2013 and 1 Apr 2012. In 1920 there are four members of our clan who are recorded as follows:
1. Daniel MacIlhaggar, a Miner and Tenant Occupier of a property at 104 Livingstone Station, Parish of Livingstone, County of Linlithgow. He was paying a yearly rent of £10.1.0. The Valuation reference is VR122/33/253.
2. James MacIlhaggie, a Seaman and Tenant of 22 Blackburn Street, Govan, Glasgow. He was paying a yearly rent of £10.15.0; reference VR 102/1284/153.
[NB. Also at 199 Blackburn Street was a James Haggerty, paying £7.15.0, who may have been related].
3. George McIlhago, a Railwayman and Tenant of 40 Murano Street, Glasgow. He was paying a yearly rent of £12.10.0, reference VR 102/1280/57.
4. Harry McIlhago, a Clerk and also a Tenant of 40 Murano Street, Glasgow. He was paying a yearly rent of £11.5.0, reference VR 102/1280/58.