Looking for Mary MILLER (nee CUNDILL) b. 24 Dec 1857, Edinburgh

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My grandmother's cousin, Mary Cundill married David Miller, Jewel case
maker, in London:
1883 Marriage solemnized at the Church of St Philip in the parish of
Clerkenwell in the County of Middlesex (Holborn Registration District)
No.425                        Dec 24th 1883
David Miller  Age 25             Bachelor   Jewell (sic) Case Maker     15
Yardley St.
Mary Cundill  Age 25             Spinster
24 Lloyd Square
James Miller, Butler (decd.)               Andrew Cundill, Blacksmith
Married in the Church of St Philip according to the Rites and Ceremonies of
the Established Church, after Banns by me, Alfred T. Fryer.
This Marriage was solemnized between us, David Miller, Mary Cundill, in the
Presence of us, Robert Carr, Margaret Cundill, Henry Thomas Probert. in
London in 1883.

More details of this couple to help identify them:
David MILLER, born 18 April 1859 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Registered as
"David Dughie Stevenson, illegitimate.")
His parents were James Miller, butler, and Elizabeth Stevenson
Occupation in 1883: Jewel case maker
Mary MILLER, nee CUNDILL, born 24 December 1857 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Her
name on birth certificate registered as "Mary Parker Candill" but indexed
under Mary Parker Candell!)
Her parents were Andrew Cundill, blacksmith, and Margaret Pringle
Occupation in 1881: Jewel case liner

David and Mary Miller had 2 children that I know of:
Baptism - St Mary Islington
born 25 Nov 1885, bapt 20 Dec 1885, Margaret Elizabeth, daughter of David &
Mary Miller, abode 40 St Peter St, occupation "case maker"

Baptism - St Silas Pentonville, Islington
born 27 Jan 1888, Bapt 6 May 1888, Edith Mary, daughter of David & Mary
Miller, abode 22 Rodney St, occupation "jewel case maker"

I could not find this family in 1891 and 1901 censuses.

Mary MILLER seems to have died between 1888 and 1911.

David Miller remarried in 1911:
St Peters Church, Islington, Middlesex - 6 August 1911
David Miller, 49, Widower, Jewel Casemaker, 19 St Peters Street, father
James Miller (deceased), valet
Catherine Edith James, 36, Widow, -----, 19 St Peters Street, father William
Dunn (deceased), Cabinetmaker
Witnesses: Charles Harvey, Florence Harvey

and David Miller died in 1918:
Death   1918 Sep qtr. Islington 1b 174
1918 Death in the Sub-district of Tufnell in the County of London
No. 165
Tenth September 1918, Islington Infirmary, Highgate Hill
David Miller
Male
57 years
Of 147 Shepperton Road, Islington. A jewel case maker
Mitral valvular disease of Heart. Certified by Y. J. Cirh MRCS
K. Miller, Widow of deceased. Present at the death. 147 Shepperton Road,
Islington
Eleventh September 1918
A. R. Hind, Deputy Registrar.
Notes: It seems that wife Catherine Edith Dunn was also known as Katherine
or Kate, unless of course, David married for the third time.

If you can help in finding Mary and her daughters after 1888 I'd be very
grateful.
 

Thank you,

John
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Margaret Elizabeth Miller baptised Dec 20 1885,who did she marrie.
by Wayne Morgan G2G6 Pilot (917k points)

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