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William Robertson (c1832-1919)

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Memorial at Glasgow Necropolis.
Memorial at Glasgow Necropolis.
Memorial at Glasgow Necropolis.
Memorial at Glasgow Necropolis.

William Robertson (c1832-1919) Ship owner

c.1832 Born in Paisley

Married Isabella McKellar

1881 William Robertson 49, Steam ship owner living in Kelvin, Glasgow, with Isabella Robertson 37, Jane A Robertson 9 months[1]

1882 Birth of William Francis Robertson, his son, at Queen Square, Strathbemgo, Lanark[2]

1914 William Francis Robertson, shipowner, lived at 7 Marlborough terrace[3]

1919 William Robertson died

1929 William Francis Robertson, ship owner, applied for the Freedom of the City of London, as a member of the Company of Shipwrights

1939 William Francis died


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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. London, England, Freedom of the City Admission Papers
  3. Glasgow Electoral Register