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David Gow Irvine

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David Gow Irvine (1858-1902)

1858 Born in West Hartlepool, son of Robert Irvine

1881 Living at Orchard House, Church Street, Hartlepool: Robt. Irvine (age 57 born Glasgow), Ship Builder. With his wife Agnes Irvine (age 62 born Kilmarnock) and their three children; Minnie Irvine (age 25 born Newcastle-upon-Tyne); David Irvine (age 22 born Hartlepool), Marine Architect; and Charlie Irvine (age 19 born Hartlepool), Marine Architect. Three servants.[1]

1897 Managing director of Irvine's Shipbuilding and Dry Docks Co Ltd

1901 David G. Irvine 42, managing director of Shipbuilding and Dry Docks Co, lived in Seaton Carew with Lois C. Irvine 24, Lorence C. Irvine 3, Clare L. Irvine 2[2]

1902 Died in Bath[3], buried in Seaton Carew

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 census
  3. national probate calendar