Location: Papers of Andrew John Stow Innes
From: CSG Archives  Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2017 4:57 AM To: Andrew Innes <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: RE: Could I add William's wife, Jean, to the mix. Happy to pay 2 fees if required.
I have found an entry in the records for Eastern Necropolis (also known as Janefield Cemetery) for the burial of William Innes, and below are details taken from this cemetery’s lair register:
Certificate: 1107 Name of lair owner: John Viner, 48 Franklin Street Compartment: 11 Lair no: 8292 and 8293
Date of burial Name of deceased Age Lair 7 Jul 1857 John Viner 41 years 8292
24 Dec 1859 Jane Verner 2 years, 7 months 8292
12 Dec 1864 Mary Verner 15 years 8293
15 Aug 1865 Elizabeth McWilliams 92 years
13 Dec 1870 William Innes 63 years 8293
24 Jun 1871 John V Wylie 8 months 8292
16 Nov 1871 Robert Scott 3 months 8292
22 Sep 1873 Stillborn child 8292 (son of Robert Lockhart) 25 Mar 1874 Janet Wylie 4 months 8292
17 Mar 1880 Jane Scott 3 years, 5 months 8292
17 Oct 1883 Robert Lockhart 49 years 8293
28 Sep 1885 Jessie Verner 70 years 8292
25 Feb 1902 James Verner Scott 3 months 8292
3 May 1915 James Wylie 40 years 8292
21 Jun 1919 James Wylie 90 years 8292
11 May 1921 Elizabeth Scott 8293
23 Jun 1924 Janet Wylie 81 years 8292
I also made a search for his wife Jean Innes, but I’m afraid that I haven’t found any entries in the records here for her burial. It may be worth checking with the local Bereavement Services for North Lanarkshire Council and/or Stirling Council (Kilsyth might come under both authorities!).
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We don’t hold a detailed lair map of the cemetery I’m afraid, but general maps are available on our website at: http://www.glasgowfamilyhistory.org.uk/ExploreRecords/Pages/Burial-Lair-and-Cremation-Registers.aspx .
Unfortunately I haven’t found any early photographs of Cowcaddens Street, although there are some from the 1920’s to 1960’s on our Virtual Mitchell website: http://www.mitchelllibrary.org/virtualmitchell/index.php which may be of interest to you.
Kind Regards Nerys
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