Golder Family
Genealogy

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1. Helen Golder (1795 - ????)

( ancestors William, William William, William, William, ??? )


Helen was born1 on 27 Apr 1795 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland.

Helen Golder is the daughter of William Golder of Grange and his wife Margaret Finlay. She was born on 27 April 1795.


Marriage

Helen married 1, 2, 3 James Frame (1790 - 1833) on 2 Apr 1813 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. James was born about 1790. He died on 3 Oct 1833 in Dykehead Farm, Hamilton, Scotland. The request for marriage proclamation was booked at Avondale in Lanarkshire, Scotland, on 2 April 1813 Scotland Marriages and at Hamilton there on 4 April 1813. Scotland Marriages


Children

They had the following children:


1.1 Robert Frame (1814 - 1890) - Robert was born in 1814.


Marriage

Robert married Lilias Rae Reid on 13 Jun 1841 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


Death

Robert died on 15 Jun 1890.


Children

They had the following children:


1.1.1 James Frame (1843 - ????) was born in 1843 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.1.2 William Frame (1845 - ????) was born in 1845 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.1.3 Marion Frame (1848 - ????) was born in 1848 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.1.4 Robert Frame (1850 - ????) was born in 1850 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.1.5 John Frame (1852 - ????) was born in 1852 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.1.6 Arthur Frame (1857 - ????) was born on 25 Jan 1857 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.2 William Frame (1816 - ????) was born in 1816.


1.3 John Frame (1824 - 1899) John was born in 1824.


Marriage

John married Isabella Millar Ramsay on 17 Dec 1848 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland. Isabella was born in 1829


Death

John died on 22 Jun 1899.
His wife Isabella died on 2nd June 1912.


Children

They had the following children:


1.3.1 James Frame (1850 - ????) was born in 1850 at Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.3.2 Elizabeth Millar Frame (1853 - ????) was born in 1853 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


1.3.3 Helen Golder Frame (1858 - 1932) was born on 17 Dec 1858 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland and died on the 24 Oct 1932, and is buried at Larkhall Cemetery, Scotland. Helen married a John Whitelaw.



2. William Golder (1797 - 1839)

( ancestors William, William, William, William, William, ??? )


William was born 1 on 16 Aug 1797 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. William was employed as a Farmer.


William Golder of Grange

William Golder of Grange is the son of William Golder of Grange and his wife Margaret Finlay. He may be that son of William Golder who was born on 16 August 1797. His mother is not mention in his baptismal record. His baptism was registered at Avondale in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Scotland Births and Baptisms


The Lands of Longkype

On 13 June 1826: Adam Hamilton of Whiteshaw, as heir to Mary Finlay, his mother, - and William Golder jun. of Grange, as heir to Margaret Finlay, his mother, took possession of two fourth parts of a one merk land in the town of Longkype. [Lanarkshire Sasine Abridgements for 1826, abridgement number 2022, which cites P.R.88.95]


The Lands of Graynes

On 3 June 1826 William Golder of Grange, senior, borrowed £900 from his nephew Adam Hamilton of Whiteshaw and used his six shilling eight penny lands of Graynes as security [Lanarkshire Sasine Abridgements for 1826, abridgement number 2024 which cites P.R.88.107]


Marriage

William married 1 Helen Wilson (1802 - 1834) daughter of James Wilson and Helen Muir on 14 Oct 1820 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. Helen was born 2 on 28 Feb 1802 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. Helen was buried on 28 May 1834 [Avondale Death Records, Transcribed, Edited and Published by the Lanarkshire Family History Society, 2005]


Death and Burial

William Golder of Grange, farmer, late in Grange, was buried at Avoldale on 28 May 1839 [Avondale Death Records, Transcribed, Edited and Published by the Lanarkshire Family History Society, 2005].


Sasine Evidence

13 June 1826: Adam Hamilton of Whiteshaw, as heir to Mary Finlay, his mother, - and William Golder jun. of Grange, as heir to Margaret Finlay, his mother, Seised 20 May 1826, - in two fourth parts pro indivisio of parts of the merk land of the 20 s. land in the west end of the Town of Longkype below the Brownhead comp. these parts and portions of land called West Meadows & one half acre of arable land called West Meadow butts, and the haill arable land of the two Coupdaills belonging to the said merk land, and Teinds, parish of Avondale’ - on Confirmation & Precept of Clare Constat by the Commissioner of Alexander, Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, 1 November 1825. P.R. 88.95. [Lanarkshire Sasine Abridgements for 1826, abridgement number 2022, which cites P.R.88.95]


15 June 1826: Adam Hamilton of Whiteshaw, seised, 5 June 1826, - in the 6s. 8d. lands of Graynes within the £5 land of Nether Letham, and teinds, barony of Avondale; - in security of £900; - on Bond and Disposition by William Golder of Grange, senior, residing in Strathaven, 3 June 1826. P.R.88.107. [Lanarkshire Sasine Abridgements for 1826, abridgement number 2024, which cites P.R.88.107]


4 January 1828: William Wilson in Blackmoss, seised 28 December 1827, - in the 6s. 8d. land of Graynes, barony of Avondale; - under burden of £900 restricted to £794, in Bond and Disposition by William Golder, late in Graynes, now residing in Strathaven, to Adame Hamilton of Whiteshaw, 3 June 1826; - on disposition by John Golder, lately residing at Graynes, now in Strathaven, with consent of the said William Golder, and the Trustees for their creditors, 13 December and 22 December 1827. (Vide No. 2024) [Lanarkshire Sasine Abridgements for 1828, abridgement number 2687, which cites P.R.94.165]


Inherited a farm from the Hamilton’s in 1814. Family records suggest he decamped to America in 1820 and was able to keep in contact with his wife through a Mr Kyle.


Story about The Radicles which William was part of........

He may have left in 1820 as he was one of the radicals and in doing so escaped punishment -
read the following :-


"The weavers of Strathaven were only a minority of the association known as Radicals. On 27th April, 1815, they held a meeting in the Relief Church (now the East Parish Church), Strathaven, to effect ways and means to repeal the unjust Corn Laws. When it had adjourned, the men went to Wilson’s house to seek his valued advice and opinion on whether or not they should raise the Strathaven Radicals.


The next five years saw discontentment soaring with the cost of living and James Wilson’s house became a frequent rendezvous for fellow weavers and other Radicals. Two men, Robertson and Stevenson (a blood relative of the famous author, Robert Louis Stevenson), emerged from the Strathaven Radicals to become prominent leaders of its militant faction. James Wilson, although a principal representative of Radicalism in Strathaven, favoured a more passive approach to the situation.

During this period there had been many gatherings with ineffectual results until finally on Monday evening, April 2nd, 1820, Robertson and Stevenson poured some lively rhetoric into the smouldering convention at Threestanes Farm. Decisions reached that night would change the course of many lives.


Refer to the website for more information about what happened to them - GREAT STORY !!!!:- Open in new window The Radicals


William was married to a Helen Wilson and they had children born between 1823 and 1828. This means he must have returned at some stage. Helen’s father was James Wilson - the person who was claimed to be the leader of the radicals. It is a "must" read the story.


Have since found another article which may exclude any link to this Wilson. "...........James Wilson’s son also named James Wilson - born in 1801 is found in the census of 1841 then aged 40 - living in Kirk Street Strathaven with his mother Helen then 70 and his daughter Janet aged 9 years. Other children of the Radical and his wife born in the parish of Avondale were Robert born on July 3rd 1804, Thomas born on July 13th 1797, William born on 15th February 1800 and Lilly christened on 4th April 1790. These people are mentioned as previous writers erronously believed that Wilson had only one daughter. Lilly (Lilias) Wilson’s marriage to John Walters in Muirkirk is found in the Avondale parish registers dated 12th July 1807...................


Open in new window James "Pearlie" Wilson


Children

They had the following children:


2.1 Margaret Golder (1823 - 1894)


2.2 William Golder (1825 - 1902) was born1 in 1825 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. William resided in Brownhills, Muiravonside, Stirling, Scotland. He was employed as a Railway Plate Layer.


Marriage
William married Lilas Black ( 1814 - 1889) on 30 Dec 1859 in Muironside, Stirling, Scotland. Lilas was born 1 on 30th January 1814 in Muiravonside, Stirling, Scotland. Her parents were James Black and Mary Calder. She died in 1889 in Muiravonside, Stirling, Scotland.


Death
He died 2 on 25 Oct 1902 in Muiravonside, Stirling, Scotland.


2.3 Janet Golder (1827 - 1863)


2.4 Agnes Golder(1828 - 1868) was born in 1828.


Marriage
Agnes married in 1848 Hugh McDowall


Death
Agnes died on 5 Nov 1868 in Airdrie or New Monkland, Lanark, Scotland.



3. William Golder (1805 - 1878)

( ancestors John, William, William, William, William, ??? )


William was born 1, 2 in 1805 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. He died 3 on 20 Jun 1878 in Townhead, Strathaven, Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. William resided 4 in Townhead, Strathaven, Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. He was employed 5 as a Weaving Agent.


Marriage

William married1, 2 (1) Barbara Fleming (1803 - bef.1851) daughter of Alexander Fleming and Lilias Calder Dury on 22 Jul 1826 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. Barbara was born 3 on 12 May 1803 in Eastwood, Renfrew, Scotland. She died before 1851.


William also married a 1, 2 (2) Catherine Wilson (1808 - 1883) daughter of William Wilson and Christina Hamilton on 15 Jan 1864 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. Catherine was born in 1808. She died 3 on 9 Apr 1883 in Townhead, Strathaven, Lanark, Scotland. Catherine resided 4 in Townhead, Strathaven, Avondale, Lanark, Scotland.


Children

William & Barbara Fleming had the following children:


3.1 John Golder (1828 - 1898)


3.2 William Golder (1830 - 1884)


3.3 James Golder (1833 - bef.1881)


3.4 Elizabeth Golder (1834 - 1911)


3.5 Catherine Golder (1838 - ????)




4. Agnes Golder (1807 - 1891)

( ancestors John, William, William, William, William, ??? )


Agnes was born 1 in 1807 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Agnes married 1 Thomas Cummings (1814 - 1888) son of William Cumming and Janet Stevenson on 1 Aug 1840 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. Thomas was born 2 on 26 Jul 1814 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. He died on 20 Dec 1888 in Strathaven, Lanark, Scotland. Thomas was employed as a Retired Teacher.


Death

Agnes died2 on 21 Sep 1891 in Holmhead Cottage, Townhead, Strathaven, Lanark, Scotland.


Children

They had the following children:


4.1 Catherine Golder (1838 - ????)


4.2 William Cummings (1842 - ????)


4.3 John Golder Cummings (1843 - 1861)


Death

John died on 1 Feb 1861.


4.4 Thomas Cummings (1846 - ????)


4.5 James Cummings (1850 - 1854)


Death

James died on 6 Feb 1854 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland.



5. John Golder (abt.1810 - ????)

( ancestors John, William, William, William, William, ??? )


John was born about 1810 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. John was employed as a Plaining Machine man.


Marriage

John married Janet Brown (1816 - 1877) daughter of Matthew Brown and Marion Gibson on 26 Jun 1840 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. Janet was born 1 on 2 Jan 1816 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. She died 2 on 21 May 1877 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland.


Children

They had the following children:


5.1 James Golder (???? - ????)


5.2 Marion Golder (1843 - 1887) was born 1, 2 on 9 Dec 1843 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland. Marion was employed 4 as a Sewing Machine Saleswoman. Never married


Death

Marion died 3 on 10 May 1887 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.


5.3 Catherine Golder (1846 - ????) was born on 4 Aug 1846 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland.


5.4 James Brown Golder (1852 - 1877)



6. Marion Golder (1821 - 1878)

( ancestors Quinton, William, William, William, William, ??? )


Marion was born 1 on 1 Jun 1821 in Avondale, Lanark, Scotland. She died 2 on 28 Aug 1878 in Chapel St, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. She was buried on 31 Aug 1878 in Carluke Churchyard, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Marion married 1, 2 Robert Marshall (1818 - 1884) son of John Marshall and Janet Marshall on 26 Jan 1844 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Robert was born 3 on 12 Mar 1818 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He was christened on 20 Mar 1818 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He died 4 on 6 Feb 1884 in Addiewell, West Calder, West Lothian, Scotland. Robert resided in Chaple Street, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He was employed as a Limestone Miner.


The christening record for Robert Marshall in Carluke on March 12, 1818 identifies his parents as John Marshall and Janet Marshall. Earlier ancestral trees had apparently misidentified the generations preceding Robert and identified Robert’s mother as Cecilia Sommerville, daughter of Unknown Sommerville and Janet Marshall with all dates unknown. Based on the christening record for Janet Marshall, her parents are Thomas Marshall and Cecilia Sommerville (name spelling based on the christening record for Janet's brother James). Robert was living on Chapel Street in Carluke in 1878 when his wife, Marion Golder, died but he is not listed in the 1881 census for Carluke. Margaret OWEN of Yorkshire, descendantof Janet Allan Marshall, reported that Robert died in 1884 in Addiewell, about 20 kilometers northeast of Carluke.


Children
Marion and Robert had the following children:


6.1 Janet Allan (Jessie) Marshall (bef.1845 - 1912)

Janet was born 1 before 26 Jan 1845 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Janet married John Lyle (1842 - 1919) son of William Lyle and Ann Geddes Strang on 15 Mar 1867 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. John was born1 on 20 Mar 1842 in Wishaw, Cambusnethan Parish (Lanarkshire), Scotland. He died on 14 Mar 1919 in Motherwell (Lanarkshire), Scotland. He was buried in Burngrange Cemetery, West Calder.


John was counted in a census in 1851 in Wishaw, Cambusnethan Parish (Lanarkshire), Scotland. He was counted in a census in 1881 in West Calder (Lanarkshire), Scotland [John LYLE, b, age 39]. In the census in 1891 in Gunsgreen Toll (near West Calder), (Lanarkshire), Scotland. Employment - 1867 at Collier, 1881 as a Shale miner, 1891 & 1901 as a Mine Under Manager, Westwood Shale. He resided on 15 Mar 1867 at Gillhead, Cambusnethan, in 1881 at 1211 Gavieside Row, West Calder (Edinburgh County).


Death

Janet died on 21 Jun 1912 in Gunsgreen Toll ( near West Calder ), Lanark, Scotland. She was buried in Burngrange Cemetery, West Calder, Lanark, Scotland. Janet was employed as a Farm Servant.


Children

Janet and John had the following children:


6.1.1 Marion Golder Lyle (1867 - ????)

was born on 15 Jun 1867 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1.2 Ann Strang (Annie) Lyle (1869 - ????)

was born on 8 Mar 1869 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1,3 Cecilia Marshall Lyle (1871 - ????)

was born on 24 Mar 1871 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1.4 Jane Lyle (1872 - ????)

was born on 23 Dec 1872 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1.5 William Lyle (1874 - ????)

was born on 6 May 1874 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1.6 Janet Lyle (1876 - ????)

was born about 1876 in Wishaw, Scotland.


6.1.7 Gracie Lyle (1878 - ????)

was born about 1878 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1.8 Robert Lyle (1880 -????)

was born about 1880 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


6.1.9 Maggie Lyle (1883 - ????)

was born about 1883 in West Calder, Scotland.


6.2 Cecillia Marshall (bef.1847 - 1926)

Cecillia was born1 before 18 Apr 1847 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. She died 2 on 30 Jun 1926 in Motherwell, Lanark, Scotland. Emigrated to Canada.


Marriage

Cecillia married Alexander Stevenson (1847 - 1927) son of David Stevenson and Isabella Mitchell on 5 Jun 1868 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Alexander was born1 in 1847 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland. He died2 on 23 Mar 1927 in Motherwell, Lanark, Scotland. Alexander was employed on 5 Jun 1868 as a Blacksmith.


Children

Cecillia and Alexander had the following children:


6.2.1 Jessie Stevenson (???? - ????)


6.2.2 David Stevenson (1868 - ????)

was born on 16 Jul 1868 in Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland.


6.2.3 Marion Golder Stevenson (1869 - ????)

was born on 19 Nov 1869 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.2.4 Isabella Mitchell Stevenson (1871 - 1945)

was born on 21 Dec 1871 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Isabella married John Wilson (1874 - 1946) son of James Wilson and Agnes Bishop. John was born1 on 8 Jan 1874 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland. He died in 1946.


Death

Isabella died1on 30 Jul 1945 in Johannesburg, South Africa.


Children

Isabelle and John had the following children:


6.2.4.1 Cecilia Marshall Wilson (1898 - 1948)

was born1 in 1898 in Livingston.


Death

Cecillia died2in 1948 in Glasgow, Scotland.


6.2.4.2 Marion Golder Stevenson (May) Wilson (1903 - 1989)

was born1 on 3 Mar 1903 in Sheffield, England. She was christened on 21 May 1903. Marion was employed as a Teacher.


Marriage

Marion married1 Thomas (Tom) McNeill (1902 - 1965) son of James McNeill and Agnes Lappin on 15 Aug 1933 in Fraser’s Restaurant, Motherwell, Scotland. Thomas was born2 in 1902 at Newarthill, Scotland. Thomas was employed as a Managing Director. He died3 on 7 May 1965 in Johannesburg, South Africa. His ashes were interred in the McNeill plot at Holytown Cemetary, Scotland.


Death

Marion died2 on 3 May 1989 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her ashes were interred in the McNeill plot at Holytown Cemetary, Scotland.


6.2.5 Robert Stevenson (1873 - ????)

was born on 5 Nov 1873 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.2.6 Janet Stevenson (1875 - ????)

was born in 1875 in Addiewell, Edinburugh, Scotland.


6.2.7 Annie Stevenson (1879 - ????)

was born in 1879 in Addiewell, Edinburugh, Scotland.


6.2.8 Agnes Stevenson (1880 - ????)

was born in 1880 in Addiewell, Edinburugh, Scotland.


6.2.9 Mary Minto Stevenson (1882 - ????)

was born 1 on 6 Nov 1882.


Marriage

Mary married1 Edward Hunter Hamilton (1883 - ????) son of Alexander Hamilton and Margaret Hunter on 26 Jul 1905 in East Calder, Kirknewton, Scotland. Edward was born in 1883. Edward resided in Raw Farm, Kirknewton. He was employed as a Farmer.


6.2.10 Alexander Stevenson (1885 - 1916)

Alexander was born1 on 10 Feb 1885 in Addiewell, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He died on 9 Dec 1916 in In action WW1 in France. Alexander was employed as a School Teacher.


Marriage

Alexander married1 Isabella McConnachie (1886 - ????) daughter of William McConnachie and Margaret Simpson on 29 Aug 1914 in Richmond Villa, Huntley, Scotland. Isabella was born in 1886. She was employed as a School Teacher.


Children

Alexander and Isabella had the following children:


6.2.10.1 Margaret Stevenson (1915 - ????)


6.10.2 Alexander (Sandy) Stevenson (1916 - ????)


6.2.11 John Marshall Stevenson (1886 - ????)

was born1 on 12 Dec 1886 in Addiewell, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.


6.2.12 Margaret Golder Marshall Stevenson (1889 - ????)

was born1 on 31 Jan 1889 in Addiewell, Edinburgh, Midlothian Scotland.


6.3 John Marshall (1849 - ????)

John was born1 in 1849 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. John was employed as a Engine Fitter at Works.


Marriage

John married Grace MacLachlan (1842 - ????) daughter of William MacLachlan and Ann Hamilton on 4 Jan 1876 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Grace was born1 on 20 Aug 1842 in Hamilton (Lanarkshire), Scotland.


Grace was counted in a census in 1881 in Cambusnethan [Grace MARSHALL, born Hamilton; age 38]. She resided in 1881 in Main Street, Cambusnethana and was employed as a Milliner.


Grace MacLachlan

Grace MacLachlan was born on 20 August 1842 to William MacLachlan and Ann Hamilton in Hamilton.


She married Peter Hastie MUIR on 16 December 1864 in Carluke and had two children, Anne in 1865 and James in 1867, before Peter's death.


Grace subsequently remarried to John Marshall and was living in Carluke at the 1881 census with the two children from her first marriage and three children from her second marriage. Two of her children, Anne and Janet, immigrated to the United States in 1881 that may indicate that she and John Marshall immigrated at the same time. The 1900 census entry for New York as the birthplace of her daughter Celia may confirm this theory although listings for John and Grace have not been located.


Children

John and Grace had the following children:


6.3.1 Marion Golder Marshall (1877 - ????)

was born about 1877 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


6.3.2 Janet H Marshall (1878 - ????)

was born about 1878 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.3.3 Grace Marshall (1880 - ????)

was born in 1880 in Cambusnethan, Lanark, Scotland.


6.4 Margaret Marshall (1852 - 1932)

Margaret was born1 in 1852 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Margaret was employed as a Domestic Servant.


Marriage

Margaret married Robert Scott (1855 - 1940) son of Robert Scott and Agnes Tudhope on 2 Jul 1875 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Robert was born on 14 Oct 1855 in Holmfoot, Crossford, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He died in 1940.


Death

Margaret died on 27 Mar 1932 in The Orchard House, Bridge of Allan, Scotland. She was buried in Logie Kirkyard.


Children

Margaret and Robert had the following children:


6.4.1 Robert Scott (1876 - 1947)

was born in 1876.


Death

Robert died in 1947.


6.4.2 John Scott (1878 - 1912)

was born in 1878.


Death

John died in 1912.


6.4.3 Marion Golder Scott (1879 - 1880)

was born in Dec 1879 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Death

Marion died on 8 Feb 1880 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. She was buried in Carluke Old Churchyard.


6.4.4 Agnes Tudhope Scott (1881 - ????)

was born in 1881.


6.4.5 Jessie Scott (1883 - 1940)

was born on 2 Jun 1883 in Arranview, Newton, Dumbarton, Scotland. Jessie looked after all the children who returned from Africa.


Death

Jessie died on 22 Jun 1940 in Orchard House, Carluke, Lanake, Scotland. She was buried in Logie Cemetery.


6.4.6 Alexander (Alec) Scott (1885 - 1960)

was born in 1885.


Death

Alexander died in 1960.


6.4.7 William (Willie) Scott (1887 - 1898)

was born on 12 May 1887 in Roseneath Cottage, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Death

William died on 26 Nov 1898 in Drumdruils, Bridge Of Allan, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He was buried in Carluke Cemetery.


6.4.8 James Scott (1889 - 1935)

was born on 11 Nov 1889 in Fairyknowe, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. James was employed at the Ran Jam factory at Carluke.


Death

James died on 1 Dec 1935 in Fairyknowe, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. He was buried in Carluke Cemetery.


6.5 Elizabeth Marshall 1854 - 1920)


Elizabeth was born1 on 20 Mar 1854 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Elizabeth Marshall Waddell immigrated in 1881 and gave birth to her first American-born child, Margaret, in 1882. She was living with her family at 468 First Street in Troy in June 1900. She was described by her granddaughter Margaret Sharpe as "very capable, hard-working, interested in everything including the movies (in their infancy at the time) and thetheater".


Her daughter, Marion Golder Waddell Davies (with daughters Elizabeth and Margaret), returned to live with her in Troy following the death of William Davies in 1918. Elizabeth’s children, Margaret Gilchrist and James Archibald, and adopted daughter Annie also lived with her and Archibald. Elizabeth predeceased her husband in 1920 of acerebral hemorrhage while living at 542 First Street.


Marriage

Elizabeth married Archibald Waddell (1850 - 1925) son of James Waddell and Margaret Gilchrist on 4 Jun 1875 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Archibald was born1 on 14 May 1850 in Carluke (Lanarkshire), Scotland. He died2 on 28 Jan 1925 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA. He was buried on 30 Jan 1925 in Oakwood Cemetery (Section C-1), Troy, NY. Archibald was employed in 1877 as a Saw-miller, 1900 as an Engineer, 1910 as an Engineer for Ironworks and in 1919 as an Engineer for Burden Ironworks. He immigrated3 in 1881. He was naturalized 4 in 1892. He was counted in a census 5 in 1900 in Troy NY [Archibald WADDELL, born Scotland; age 50], 6 in 1910 in Troy NY [Archibald WADDELL, born Scot English, age 59], 7 in 1920 in Troy NY [Archibald WADDELL, BSA6, engineer at iron mill]. He resided in 1900 in 468 First Street, Troy, NY.


Archibald Waddell

Archibald was born in Carluke in May 1850 and is characterized as a "sawmiller" in the August 24, 1877 parish entry for the birth of his daughter, Marion Golder Waddell, in Carluke, Scotland. He and his wife, Elizabeth Marshall Waddell, and their family left Lanarkshire at somepoint following the birth of their son Robert on July 4, 1879 and were not in Carluke for the 1881 census. The family completed their immigration to New York in 1881 prior to the birth of their daughter Margaret Gilchrist Waddell on February 12, 1882 in Troy.


Archibald and his family were still in Troy for the birth of their daughter Jessie on February 1, 1885 but had moved to Aberdeen, South Dakota prior to the birth of James on April 24, 1887. Archibald was issued a Certificate of Naturalization in Aberdeen (Brown County), South Dakota on September 28, 1889 affirming that he had been in the U.S. for more than five years and in South Dakota for more than one year. After a disasterous effort at farming for several years, he returned to Troy, New York by 1891 and was living on Mechanic Street where his young son Marshall died. Archibald worked as an engine tender at the Burden Ironworks (noted for iron production and providing iron horseshoes to the Federal government during the Civil War).


He was living adjacent to the Ironworks at 468 First Street in Troy for the 1900 census and may have been living at 461 First Street on May 31, 1901 as evidenced by a letter from Alston and Orr, Solicitors. Archibald and his family had moved and were living at 542 First Street by 1910 and his widowed daughter Marion Golder Waddell Davies and her daughters returned from Virginia and joined them there in 1918.


The annual Troy Directory (for years 1919 to 1926) describes Archibald as an "engineer" and lists boarders in the household as James A. Waddell, Margaret G. Waddell, and Annie M. Waddell (1922-1924). Archibald was an Elder of Woodside Presbyterian Church and executed his last Will in Troy on February 26, 1921. He had lived in Troy for 43 years and was maintaining his residence at 542 First Street when he died of a cerebral hemorrhage in 1925.


Archibald is buried in the Waddell family plot of Oakwood Cemetery (Section C-1), Troy, New York and his tombstone is inscribed "Archibald Waddell 1850-1925".


Death

Elizabeth died2 on 23 Jun 1920 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA. She is buried in the Waddell family plot of Oakwood Cemetery (Section C-1), Troy, and her tombstone is inscribed "Elizabeth MARSHALL, 1854-1920, Wife of Archibald WADDELL".


Children

They had the following children:


6.5.1 James Waddell (1876 - 1876)

was born1 on 16 Mar 1876 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Death

James died on 12 May 1876 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


6.5.2 Marion Golder Waddell (1877 - 1946)

was born1 on 14 Aug 1877 in Meadowbank, Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Marion married1 William Davies (1862 - 1918) son of John Davies and Elizabeth Hopkin on 4 Jun 1900 in Troy (Rensselaer County), New York, USA. William was born2 on 17 Feb 1862 in Beaupre Cottage, St Hillary (Glamorgan), Wales. He died on 13 Apr 1918 in City of Norfolk, VA.


Death

Marion died2 on 10 Sep 1946 in Troy (Rensselaer County), New York, USA.


6.5.3 Robert Marshall Waddell (1879 - 1966)

was born on 4 Jul 1879 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Robert married Elizabeth ??? (1877 - 1970). Elizabeth was born on 18 Nov 1877 in Germany. She died in Mar 1970 in Calabasas, CA.


Death

Robert died on 17 Aug 1966 in Los Angeles, CA, USA.


6.5.4 Margaret Gilchrist Waddell (1882 - 1968)

was born1 on 12 Feb 1882 in Troy, New York, USA.


Death

Margaret died on 23 Aug 1968 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


6.5.5 Jessie Allen Waddell (1885 - 1925)

was born1 on 1 Feb 1885 in Troy, New York, USA.


Marriage

Jessie married1 Ernest Francis Ruether (1867 - 1950) in 1913 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA. Ernest was born on 22 Jun 1867 in New York, USA. He died2 on 12 May 1950 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


Death

Jessie died on 27 Jun 1925 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


6.5.6 James Archibald (Jay) Waddell (1887 - 1969)

was born on 24 Apr 1887 in Aberdeen, South Kakota, USA.


Marriage

James married 1Marjorie (Marge) Anthony (1897 - 1966) on 5 Dec 1931 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA. Marjorie was born in 1897. She died2 on 11 Nov 1966 in Poughkeepsie (Dutchess County), NY, USA.


Death

James died on 13 Mar 1969 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


6.5.7 Marshall Waddell (1889 - 1891)

was born1 on 3 Aug 1889 in Uniontown (Edmunds County), SD, USA.


Death

He died on 21 Nov 1891 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


6.5.8 John (Jack) Gilchrist Waddell (1891 - 1966)

was born1 on 6 Sep 1891 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


Marriage

John married1 Minerva Wilcox (1890 - 1985) about 1915 in Pittsfield (Berkshire County), MA, USA. Minerva was born2 on 10 Jun 1890 in Rochester (Monroe County), NY, USA. She died on 4 Oct 1985 in Norfolk, VA, USA.


Death

He died on 28 Oct 1966 in West Newton (Middlesex County), MA, USA.


6.5.9 Annie Muir Russell Waddell (1900 - 1979)

was born1 on 8 Sep 1900 in Troy (Rensselaer County), NY, USA.


Marriage

Annie married Gordon Maxwell Scott (1898 - 1984) on 18 Apr 1931 in Winooski (Chittenden County), VT, USA. Gordon was born 1 on 20 Jun 1898 in Hyde Park / Boston (Norfolk County), MA, USA. He died on 26 Jul 1984 in Morrisville (Bucks County), PA, USA.


Death

Annie died on 7 Mar 1979 in Morrisville (Bucks County), PA, USA.


6.6 William Marshall (1856 - 1923)

William was born1 on 12 Jul 1856 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. William was employed as the Master Baker in Bathgate Emp 9 Men and 2 Boys, later a Farmer at Barbauchlaw.


Marriage

William married Jemina Waddell (1862 - 1934) on 1 Jul 1884 in Barbanshaw Mill, Bathgate, Scotland. Jemina was born on 27 Apr 1862 in Barbanshaw Mill, Bathgate, Scotland. She died on 27 Aug 1934 in Barbauchlaw Farm, Armadale, West Lotian, Scotland.


Death

William died on 10 Aug 1923 in Barbauchlaw Farm, Armadale, West Lotian, Scotland.


Children

William and Jemina had the following children:


6.6.1 Harvey Marshall (???? - ????).

Harvey was employed in Whitburn; Occupation: Farmer.


6.6.2 Misy Marshall (???? - ????)


Death

Missy died in Spylawbank, Cres, Colinton, Edinburugh, Scotland.


6.6.3 Amy Marshall (???? - ????)


Death

Amy died in Spylawbank, Cres, Colinton, Edinburugh, Scotland.


6.6.4 Robert Marshall (abt.1885 - ????)

was born about 1885 in Linlithgowshire, Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland.


6.6.5 Thomas Marshall (abt.1886 - ????)

was born about 1886 in Linlithgowshire, Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland.


6.6.6 Margaret (Peggy) Marshall (abt.1888 - ????)

was born about 1888 in Linlithgowshire, Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland.


6.6.7 William Eason Marshall (1891 - 1970)

was born on 5 Jul 1891 in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland. William was employed as a Farmer at Barbauchlaw, Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland.


Marriage

William married Mary Ann Campbell (abt.1895 - ????) daughter of Robert Campbell and Elizabeth Hegarty on 5 Jun 1945. Mary was born about 1895.


Death

William died on 31 May 1970 in 21 Manse Road, Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland.


6.6.8 Janet (Jessie) Marshall (1902 - 1983)

was born on 27 Aug 1902 in Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland. She died on 25 May 1983 in Huntly Nursing Home, Edinburugh, Scotland. Janet was employed as a Domestic Studies Teacher.


6.7 Robert Marshall (1858 - 1870) was born1 on 26 Oct 1858 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Death

Robert died on 10 Oct 1870. Died of Scarletina (2 weeks).


6.8 Thomas Marshall (1861 - ????) was born 1 on 3 Dec 1861 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.

Thomas Marshall, son of Robert Marshall and Marion Golder, was born in Scotland in December 1861. He immigrated in 1888 and was living with his sister Elizabeth and brother-in-law Archibald Waddell at 468 First Street in Troy in June 1900. In the 1900 census he is listed as having been in the United States for 12 years and was working as a collar shop stockkeeper in Troy. He is not listed in the 1920 Census and may have returned and resided in Edinburugh, Scotland prior to the death of his sister Elizabeth in 1920 and her husband Archibald in 1925.


Death

Thomas died in Edinburgh, Scotland.


6.9 Alexander Marshall (1864 - aft.1884) was born 1, 2 on 4 Jan 1864 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland.


Marriage

Alexander married Margaret McDowall (1857 - ????) on 8 Dec 1882 in Carluke, Lanark, Scotland. Margaret was born1 on 31 Mar 1857 in Lanark (Lanarkshire), Scotland.


Death

Alexander died after Jul 1884.