Christina Smith, Oat Cake Baker, Spinster, age 25, of 212 Scotland Street, Glasgow, (daughter of William Smith, Master Glazier & Mary Ann Smith Maiden Surname Gilliard, Deceased) & Thomas Kennedy, Steamship Stoker, Bachelor, age 24, of 212 Scotland Street, Glasgow, (son of Adam Kennedy, Compass Maker Journeyman, Deceased & Mary Ann Kennedy formerly Tweedley Maiden Surname McAulay) were married on 21st December 1888 at White Memorial Free Church, Kinning Park, Lanarkshire, Scotland after Publication according to the Forms of the Free Church of Scotland by Alexander Andrew, Minister of White Memorial Free Church, Glasgow. Thomas & Christina both signed. Witnesses were Wm Lamont & Elizabeth Lamont. 
Christina Campbell Kennedy died aged 66, on 12th July 1929 at Finnieston, Anderston, Lanarkshire, Scotland. 
↑ 2.02.12.2Scotland Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950 database, FamilySearch accessed: 28 December 2017 > Christina Campbell Smith, 22 Dec 1862; citing Govan, Lanark, Scotland, reference , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 6,035,516.
↑ 4.04.14.2Scotland, Statutory Marriages 1855-2016 > Marriage Certificate > County: Lanark > District: Kinning Park > 21 Dec 1888 > Thomas Kennedy & Christina Smith > Reference: 644/14 233; National Records of Scotland, 3 West Register Street, New Register House, Edinburgh, EH1 3YT. Personal copy in the files of Vivian Egan.
↑ 10.010.1Scotland Census, 1901 > County: Lanark > District: Tradeston > Parish: Govan > Christina Kennedy > Reference: 644/10 21/ 15; National Records of Scotland, 3 West Register Street, New Register House, Edinburgh, EH1 3YT.
↑ 11.011.1Scotland Census, 1911 > County: Lanark > District: Anderston > Christina Kennedy > Reference: 644/11 9/ 3; National Records of Scotland, 3 West Register Street, New Register House, Edinburgh, EH1 3YT. Personal copy in the files of Vivian Egan.