In the 1871 census Agnes (age 8), Scholar, was the daur (daughter) of George Craig at 5 Stanhope St, Glasgow Barony, Lanarkshire.
In the 1881 census Agnes (age 18), At Home, was the daughter of George Craig at 5 Stanhope St, Glasgow Barony, Lanarkshire.
"1871 Scotland Census"
Parish: Glasgow Barony; ED: 114; Page: 9; Line: 25; Roll: CSSCT1871_125; Registration Number: 644/1; Household schedule number: 60; Roll: CSSCT1871_125 Ancestry uk Record 1104 #4714577 (accessed 1 October 2022)
Agnes Craig (8) daur (daughter), Scholar, in household of George Craig (53) at 5 Stanhope St, Glasgow Barony, Lanarkshire in Central District registration district. Born in Glasgow.
"1881 Scotland Census"
Parish: Glasgow Barony; ED: 27; Page: 8; Line: 22; Roll: cssct1881_228; Registration Number: 644/6; Household schedule number: 39 Ancestry uk Record 1119 #2748420 (accessed 1 October 2022)
Agnes Craig (18) daughter, At Home, in household of George Craig (62) at 5 Stanhope St, Glasgow Barony, Lanarkshire in St Rollox registration district. Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Agnes by comparing test results with other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Agnes: