Margaret (Kelly) Adamson
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Margaret (Kelly) Adamson (1818 - 1897)

Margaret Adamson formerly Kelly
Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotlandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 9 Mar 1847 in Angas Street, Adelaide, South Australia, Australiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Marlborough Street, College Park, South Australia, Australiamap
Profile last modified | Created 8 May 2011
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Name

Name: Margaret /Kelly/
Name: Margaret /Adamson/

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Data Changed

Data Changed:
Date: 12 OCT 2008

Prior to import, this record was last changed 12 OCT 2008 .

Burial

Burial:
Date: 15 JUN 1897
Place: West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia


Event

Event:
Type: Anecdote
Date: 2008
Note: SA Register - Tuesday 15th June 1897
The late Mrs Adam Adamson - Our obituary columns announce the death of another old colonist in the person of Mrs A Adamson who passed away at her residence, Marlborough St. College Park, at 6am on Monday, at the ripe age of seventy seven. The deceased lady arrived in the colony in the Martin Luther in 1840 accompanied by her mother, 5 sisters and 6 brothers and with the exception of a visit to England about 18 years ago has resided here over since. She was of a very quiet and retiring disposition, and her chief delight for years past has been in making up clothing for the poor and needy, and helping those in trouble and distress.
SA Register, Wednesday 16th June 1897
THE LATE MRS A ADAMSON
The funeral of the late Mrs Adam Adamson took place at the West Terrace Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, when, despite the rain, a large number of friends followed the remains of the deceased lady to their place of rest. The chief mourners were Mr Adam Adamson, widower; Messrs James, Adam, and Erskine Adamson, sons; Mrs Robin, Miss Adamson, and Miss M Adamson, daughters; Messrs James Kelly and Henry Kelly, brothers; Mr John Adamson, brother-in-law; Mr D Robin, son-in-law; Mr D Robin jnr, (grandson), and Mrs James Kelly (sister-in-law), Mrs James Adamson and Mrs Adam Adamson (daughters-in-law), Misses Nellie Robin, Ethel Robin, Dorothy Adamson, Elsie Adamson, Gwen Adamson and Dot Adamson (granddaughters), and Mr Donald Adamson (grandson), Misses May, Isabel, and F Kelly, Mrs A Shannon and Mrs A Faulkner (nieces), Messrs J R Adamson, Robert Adamson, W Shannon and J Shannon (nephews), Henry Kelly, Spencer Kelly and A Faulkner (nephews), and Miss L Molton. There were also around the grave Sir E T Smith, M.L.C., the Hon. J H Howe, M.L.C., the Hon. A W Sandford, M.L.C., Dr. Verco, the Revs. C Manthorpe, P Jones, W Finlayson, and J Henderson, Messrs Alexander Hay, C N Collison, W E Dalton, J Vardon, P Broadbent, W Broadbent, H Dean, R Knowles, T H Atkinson, A Lindsay, W T Flint, G H C Myers, A Selway, C J Holder, J Shakespeare, M Burgess, A K Whitby, A Wells, H Savage, James Williams, A Dowie, James Steele, J Noalk, J White, W Steele, A E Davey, J H Luxmoore, W Burford, A W Marshall, T W Fleming, R H Crawford, A W Dobbie, C H Treloar, W H Broadbent jnr., and J Taylor.
The James Brown Trust was represented by Archpriest Nevin, Mr C H Goode and Mr W W Carter; the School of Mines and Industries by Messrs R E E Rogers, T Forsaith and S Hughes (Registrar); the Chamber of Manufactures by Messrs L Grayson, J J Green, T Hack, James Duncan, R B Cuming, George Marks, G Stace and W Clark; and the Destitute Board by Mr B A Moulden.
Apologies were received from Messrs J H Adamson of Victoria (brother-in-law), J L Bonython (President of the School of Mines and Industries), V L Solomon, MP, and T Scherk, MP, (members of the Council of the School of Mines).
A large number of wreaths were sent, the coffin and roof of the hearse being covered. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs Pengelley and Knabe.


Baptism

Baptism:
Date: 11 JAN 1818
Place: Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Source: #S2
Page: OPR 622 Vol 5

Sources

Source S2
Title: Barony Glasgow, Record Type: Baptism, Location: 622, Vol Title: 5
Abbreviation: Barony


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