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Bryce Allan

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Bryce Allan, steamship owner of Liverpool

1812 Born in Ardrossan, son of Alexander Allan (1780-1854)

The increase of their fleets enabled the Allans to establish a branch of their service at Liverpool, and an emergency there required the continued presence in the agency there of a member of the family, Bryce, who had been in command of one of the ships, who then withdrew from the sea and took charge of the Liverpool branch.

1843 Married Janet Blair

1844 They had one son, Alexander[1]

1871 Bryce Allan 58, commission agent, lived in West Derby with Janet Allan 53; next door was Alexander Allan, 26, ship owner, and his wife Julia E. Allan[2]

1874 Died in Fairfield, Liverpool[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. National probate calendar
  • Burke’s Family Records
  • [1] Allan family