#8, (22 May 1902 - 30 Aug 1964)
Margaret McCall|b. 1902\nd. 1964|p8.htm|Thomas McCall|b. 1869\nd. 1919|p30.htm|Jane Hanlon|b. 1865\nd. 1927|p31.htm|Francis McCall|b. c 1837\nd. 1897|p510.htm|Ann Mochan|b. c 1838\nd. 1900|p511.htm|Patrick Hanlon|b. c 1835\nd. 1906|p512.htm|Dorothea Whelan|b. c 1835\nd. 1901|p513.htm|
|Relationship||Grandmother of Robert Stewart McCutcheon.|
|Last Edited||25 Nov 2007|
Line of descent from Robert Dinsmuir
Hugh McCutcheon's descendants
|Father||Thomas McCall (15 Mar 1869 - 13 Dec 1919)|
|Mother||Jane Hanlon (29 Jul 1865 - 23 Feb 1927)|
|Birth*||22 May 1902||28 Summerlee Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland|
|Marriage*||3 Jul 1925||Robert Stewart McCutcheon; Dunbeth United Free Church Manse, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland1|
|Death*||30 Aug 1964||Coathill Hospital, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland, Cerebral haemorrhage.2|
|Note*||My grandmother was born in the Summerlee district of Coatbridge, a true daughter of the Iron Burgh, and third generation Irish in the biggest "Little Ireland" in Scotland. I have nothing but fond memories of my grandmother. A woman of striking looks, and despite having to bring up an extra-large family, always had a zest for life, and was full of love and affection for her children and grandchildren. In this respect I feel sorry for my younger cousins who missed out on experiencing this wonderful person. My grandmother was a Catholic who married a Protestant - something which was a taboo in Coatbridge in the 1920s, and although her children were brought up as Protestants, she remained a Catholic. There wasn't a bigoted atom in her body.
Before she married my grandfather she worked in the printing firm of Christies as a machinist, and true to the McCutcheon habit, a couple of her daughters would later work for the same firm.
To her friends she was Maggie, but Grandad simply called her 'Meg'.
She died on a sunny day in August 1964. I can remember the last time I saw her. My dad dropped her off just along the street from the McCutcheon home at Barrowfield Street, it was a few days after my 10th birthday. she had got me pyjamas for a birthday present. Me being a little ingrate mumbled that I'd have prefered a toy instead. I can't remember but probably she shook her head and smiled at me. Later that day she died of a cerebral haemorrhage. The very next day her elder brother Frank McCall passed away after a long illness.3
|Married Name||3 Jul 1925||McCutcheon1|
|Robert Stewart McCutcheon (7 Jun 1903 - 28 Dec 1978)|
|Children||1.||Hugh McCutcheon (living)|
|2.||Thomas McCall McCutcheon (excluded)|
|3.||Robert Stewart McCutcheon+ (1928 - 1995)|
|4.||Anne Dunsmore McCutcheon (living)|
|5.||Margaret McCall McCutcheon (living)|
|6.||Herbert Dunsmore McCutcheon (excluded)|
|7.||Marion Graham McCutcheon (excluded)|
|8.||William Dunsmore McCutcheon (excluded)|
|9.||William Dunsmore McCutcheon (living)|
|10.||Grahame McCall McCutcheon (excluded)|
|11.||Jean McCall McCutcheon (living)|
|12.||Dorothy McCall McCutcheon (living)|
- Copy marriage certificate: Robert Stewart McCutcheon and Margaret McCall, 3 Jul 1925.
- Copy death certificate: Margaret McCall, 30 Aug 1964.
- Robert Stewart McCutcheon, Nov 2007.