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Allan C. Wylie

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‎‎Allan Carswell Wylie of A. C. Wylie and Co

c.1827 Born in Scotland

1841 Alerd Wylie 20, Allan Wylie 14, lived in Glasgow[1]

c.1860 Successor to the business of John Condie after his death

1861 Alan Wylie 34, engineer and boat (?) maker, lived in Govan with Elizabeth Wylie 33, John C Wylie 8, Allen C Wylie 6, Wm K Wylie 3, Margt C Wylie 1[2]

c.1868 Formed Wylie and Blaxland

1881 Allen C. Wylie 54, engineer and iron merchant, lived in Hammersmith with Elizabeth R. Wylie 53, William K. Wylie 23, engineer, Elizabeth P. Wylie 17, daughter in law, Reginald C. Wylie 3[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1881 census