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Joseph Smith Burt

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Joseph Smith Burt (c1882-1932)

1901 Living at Hollybank, Bothwell: Peter Burt (age 44 born Glasgow), Gas Engine and Machine Maker. With his wife Jeanie Burt (age 44 born Glasgow and their seven children; Joseph Smith Burt (age 19 born Glasgow), Gas Engine Maker Draughtsman; Thomas Wotherspoon Burt (age 17 born Glasgow), Gas Engine Maker Patternmaker; George Peter Burt (age 14 born Glasgow); John Wotherspoon Burt (age 11 born Bothwell); Jeanie Lang Burt (age 8 born Bothwell); Lillias Barbara Davidson Burt (age 4 born Bothwell); and Mary Isabel Wilson Burt (age 2 born Bothwell). One servant.[1]

1930 Listed as 'Burt, Joseph S., (director of Acme Wringers, Ltd, Bridgton, S.E.); ho., 21 Queensborough Gdns, W.2.'[2]

1932. Died. Probate to his widow Christina Imrie Burt.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1930/31 Post Office Directory of Glasgow