James McMillan was born in Glasgow around 1866
Marriage to Mary Torrance James married Mary Torrance on 31 Dec 1888 at 5 Duncan Street off Canning Street, Glasgow, UK after Banns according to the Forms of the Congregationalists. James McMillan, aged 21 bachelor, a Yarn Warper resided at 87 Norman St. Glasgow. He is the son of James McMillan a carpert weaver and Margaret McMillian nee Aitken. Mary Torrance, 18 spinster, resided at 23 Queenmary St., Glasgow. She is the daughter of David Torrance a warehouse packer and Mary Torrance, nee Bryce. The minister was Doct E. Irons. The witnesses were George Torrance and Jane Anderson.
1911 Census Details Residing at 61 High Street, Rutherglen Castle, Lanark. James McMillan (45) his wife Mary (43) and children James (22), Mary (20) and David (15). James and Mary married for 23 years, four children, three surviving. James is a textile worker in yarn manufacturing as an employed worker. His birthplace is Lanark, Rutherglen.
1901 Scotland Census:
|Estimated Birth Year:||abt 1866|
|Spouse's name:||Mary Mcmillan|
|Where born:||Glasgow, Lanarkshire|
|Civil Parish:||Glasgow Bridgeton|
|Occupation:||Silk Handmill Warper|
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