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John TAGG
(Abt 1761-Abt 1832)
Susannah SYLVESTER
(1763-After 1828)
James Silvester TAGG
(1799-1869)
Annie REID
(1799-Between 1843/1851)
John TAGG
(1819-1891)

 

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Martha STEWART

John TAGG

  • Born: 5 Oct 1819, Lennoxtown, Campsie, Stirlingshire, Scotland
  • Marriage: Martha STEWART on 8 Nov 1841 in Linlithgow, , West Lothian, Scotland
  • Died: 25 Jan 1891, Parochial Asylum, Govan Poorhouse, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, England at age 71
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OPR Campsie - James Tagg, Printer, Lennoxtown and Anne Reid his spouse had twins baptized named the elder one, John and the younger one Robert Dalgleish. Witnesses James McKerrow, Surgeon and William McKerrow, Writer. 5 Oct 1819.
Information from Strathclyde Regional Archives, Mitchell Library, Glasgow.
Application for Relief. Parish of Govan Combination. No.98356. 20 Jan 1891.
John Tagg, 20 Summerfield Cottages, Whiteinch. Blockcutter. Wholly disabled,
supposed insanity. Living with wife, Martha Stewart, his daughter Martha and her
three children. Seven other children not living with family. Daughter Martha
applied for his removal. Children- Annie gave 5/- per week, William 5/- per week
and Martha has income of 12/- per week. Has lived in present house for about
17years. Has been off work for 6months but has done little for years. Rent of
house 11.10/-. Settlement of 8/- per week sent to daughter Martha. John Tagg
certified insane and admitted to Govan Asylum 21 Jan 1891. Died in poorhouse
25Jan1891.
OPR Linlithgow: John Tagg, Print Cutter, residing Linlithgow, born Campsie.
Father James Tagg, Calico Printer.
Martha Stewart, residing Linlithgow, born Linlithgow. Father John Stewart, foreman at Avon printfield.
Proclaimed 7th. November, married 8th. November 1841 by Rev. A. Knowlwes, Linlithgow. 1882: Blockprinter in Wylie and Lochhead paper mill. 668(679)-4-16 1851 Census Linlithgow Bridge.
John Tagg H M 32 Block Printer STG Lennoxtown
Martha Tagg W M 29 Domestic Work LKS Glasgow
Ann Tagg Dau U 6 Infant scholar LKS Carnwath
Martha dau U 4 Infant scholar LKSCarnwath
Charlotte Tagg dau U 2 At home LTG Linlithgow
Margaret Tagg dau U 2m At home LTG Linlithgow.

Source: Fraser - Hamilton Web Site:
http://www.btinternet.com/~fraser.hamilton2/

Census 1861
33 Edinburgh & Glasgow Road, Linlithgowbridge.

John Tagg H M 41 Blockcutter, Campsie
Martha Tagg W M 39, Glasgow
Anne Tagg Daur U 16 Calico Printer, Carmunnock
Martha Tagg Daur 14 Calico Printer, Carmunnock
Charlotte Tagg Daur 12 Calico Printer, Linlithgow
Margaret Tagg Daur 10 Scholar, Linlithgow
William Tagg Son 8 Scholar, Linlithgow
Catherine Tagg Daur 6 Scholar, Linlithgow
James Tagg Son 4, Linlithgow
Frances Tagg Daur 2, Linlithgow
Mary Tagg Daur 8m, Linlithgow

Elizabeth, John is the son of James Tagg (son of John Tagg & Susan
Sylvester) & Anne Reid who were married in Campsie in 1818. John died in
1891 in the Govan Poorhouse. He is my 4th Great Grandfather. Hope this
helps.
Source: Kathleen MacPherson 25 Sep 02

Dwelling: 20 Summerfield Cottages
Census Place: Govan, Lanark, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203689 GRO Ref Volume 646-2 EnumDist 15 Page 4
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
John TAFF M 61 M Lennox Town, Stirling, Scotland
Rel: Head
Occ: Block Cutter (Paper Works)
Martha TAFF M 59 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Wife
Occ: Block Cutters Wife
Martha FALCONER M 34 F Busby, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Laundress
Furness TAFF U 22 F Linlithgow, Linlithgow, Scotland
Rel: Daur
Occ: Machinist
Annie LAMB 15 F Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Grand Daur
Occ: Message Girl
John FALCONER 7 M Partick, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Grand Son
Occ: Scholar
William LAMB 13 M Whiteinch, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Grand Son
Occ: Scholar
Samuel FALCONER 4 M Partick, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Grand Son
Jane FALCONER 2 F Whiteinch, Lanark, Scotland
Rel: Grand Daur
Source: 1881 census

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation, 1881. Block Cutter (Paper Works)


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John married Martha STEWART, daughter of John STEWART and Mary FALCONER, on 8 Nov 1841 in Linlithgow, , West Lothian, Scotland. (Martha STEWART was born on 23 Jun 1821 in Guildry Court, Suchiehall St. Glasgow, Lanarkshire, England and died on 8 Sep 1901 in Partick, Lanarkshire, Scotland.)


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