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Family of Hugh WATT and Catherine CUNNINGHAM(E)

Husband: Hugh WATT (1800-1856)
Wife: Catherine CUNNINGHAM(E) (1805?- )
Children: Catherine Butler WATT (1827- )
Euphemia WATT (1828- )
Philip WATT (1830- )
Hugh WATT (1832-1893)
Marriage 25 Sep 1826 St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland1
Census (family) 6 Jun 1841 St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland2
44 Leith Street
Stationer

Husband: Hugh WATT

Name: Hugh WATT
Father: James WATT (1767-1831)
Mother: Catharine BUTLER (1770-1830)
Birth 11 Nov 1800 Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland3
Occupation (1) 1 Jan 1812 (age 11) Apprentice; Leith, Midlothian, Scotland4
82 Shore
Occupation (2) btw 1832 and 1848 (age 31-48) Bookseller and Bookbinder; Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland4
44 Leith St
Moved to 18 Elm Row 1844-1848.
Death May 1856 (age 55)5

Wife: Catherine CUNNINGHAM(E)

Name: Catherine CUNNINGHAM(E)
Father: John CUNNINGHAM (1785?- )
Mother: -
Birth 1805 (est) Scotland

Child 1: Catherine Butler WATT

Name: Catherine Butler WATT
Spouse: James Waterston SUTHERLAND (c. 1825- )
Birth 10 Feb 1827 Midlothian, Scotland6
Christening 18 Mar 1827 (as an infant) Lasswade, Midlothian, Scotland6
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 14) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland7
44 Leith Street
Child Count 6

Child 2: Euphemia WATT

Name: Euphemia WATT
Spouse: George WILSON (c. 1825- )
Birth 29 Dec 1828 Midlothian, Scotland8
Christening 21 Jan 1829 (as an infant) South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland9
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 13) St Cuth., Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland7
44 Leith Street
Occupation Teacher

Child 3: Philip WATT

Name: Philip WATT
Birth 26 May 1830 Midlothian, Scotland10
Baptism 17 Jun 1830 (age 0) South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland10

Child 4: Hugh WATT

Name: Hugh WATT
Spouse: Isabella SUNTER (c. 1835- )
Birth 9 Mar 1832 Midlothian, Scotland10
Baptism 18 Apr 1832 (age 0) South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland10
Death 28 Oct 1893 (age 61) North Adelaide, S Australia, Australia

Note on Husband: Hugh WATT

He was bankrupt in 1837.11

Sources [Key: Author, "Title", (Publication data), Where within source, \Repository\]

1Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical Index ®" (© 1980, 2002). Batch #: M119896, Source Call #: 1066764, Printout Call #: 6900813; OPR extract.
\Family History Library\, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
2"1841 Census Britain". 685 /42 /144/7.
3Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical Index ®" (© 1980, 2002). Batch #: C119819; OPR extract.
\Family History Library\, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
4"Scottish Book Trade Index" (http://www.nls.uk/catalogues/scottish-book-trade-index). Text From Source: WATT, Hugh bookseller Edinburgh
44 Leith Street 1832-37
and bookbinder same address 1838-43
18 Elm Row 1844-48
Terrace. Burgess as apprentice to father James Watt bookbinder and stationer Leith 18 March 1839; apprenticed same day as from 1 January 1812.
Edin Dir; Pigot 1837; EdinBurg
\National Library of Scotland\, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EW, Scotland, UK. Web: http://www.nls.uk/.
5"1910 Watt Bible sheets".
6Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical Index ®" (© 1980, 2002). C116917; OPR extract.
Butler mistranscibed as Bailor
\Family History Library\, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
7"1841 Census Britain". 685/42/144/7.
8Church of J.C. of Latter Day Saints, "International Genealogical Index ®" (© 1980, 2002). C19504-5.
\Family History Library\, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA. Web: http://familysearch.org/search.
9Ibid. C195045; OPR extract.
10Ibid. C19504-7.
11"Scottish Wills & Testaments". SC70/1/57 Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories.
Text From Source: Philip Watt, Bookseller and Stationer in Leith; Inventory ; Trust Disposition
\National Archives of Scotland\, New Register House, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 3YT. Web: http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/index.aspx.

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