Entry in Register of Deaths in the Middle District of Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland

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  • Name Title Entry in Register of Deaths in the Middle District of Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland 
    Author James Burdon - Registrar 
    Source Type Vital Record 
    Dated entered 5 March 1855 
    File Name D1855_652_02_0032Z 
    Informant Andrew Mitchell - Son 
    Source Location Printed copy filed under Source 2336. Original image file saved in Vital Records Images folder. 
    Place Middle District of Old Monkland, Lanarkshire, Scotland 
    GROS Data 652/02 0096 
    Media Type Image from http://www.ScotlandsPeople.gov.uk/ 
    Page Number page 32 
    Source ID S2336 
    Name/Occupation     Mitchell Alexander - Collier
    Sex/Age Male - 60 yrs
    Where Born Polmont Stirlingshire
    40 years in Old Monkland
    Father's Name Andrew Mitchell - Collier (deceased)
    Mother's Name Elspeth Mitchell m.s. Thomson (deceased)
    Married to whom Janet Simpson (deceased)
    Children Name/Age 1 Elizabeth dec at 22 in 1835
    2 Isobel dec at 16 in 1833
    3 Jxxxx dec at 3 days in 1816
    4 Andrew dec at 1 year in 1818
    5 Robert 35
    6 Andrew 33
    7 James 21
    8 Janet 28
    9 Alexander
    10 Adam
    11 Adam 22
    12 Elizabeth 18
    When died 1855 March fifth 8 ho 30
    Where died Dundyvan Coy Houses Langloan Old Monkland
    Cause of Death Fall down shaft of pit through breaking of chain
    no medical attendant
    Where buried Gartsherrie Church Yard as certified by Matthew McIntyre Sexton
    Informant Andrew Mitchell Son Collier 21 South xxxx North Square ??????
    Registration 1855 March 5th at Old Monkland James Baxter Registrar
    Linked to Alexander Mitchell
    Andrew Mitchell
    Joan Mitchell
    Janet Simpson
    Elspeth Thomson 

  • Documents
    Death Entry for Alexander Mitchell
    Death Entry for Alexander Mitchell
    Death record indicates parents were Andrew Mitchell and Elspeth Thomson, and born in Polmont, Stirlingshire. Alexander died as a result of falling down the shaft at the pit when a chain broke.

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