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James McLintock Henderson

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1826 Born in Dumbarton, son of James Henderson and Jean (nee Mclintock)[1]

1862 Married Caroline Editha Stringer in Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, Westminster[2]

1871 Jas M Henderson 44, Shipbuilder Marine Engineer Employs 15?? Men, lived in Govan with Caroline E Henderson 35, Edith A Henderson 6, Florence J Henderson 5, Arthur J Henderson 4, Percy W Henderson 2[3]

c.1874 Died; his youngest child was born in 1871; wife was a widow in the 1881 census. Henderson, Coulborn and Co was dissolved by his executors.

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. Parish records
  3. 1871 census