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Wilson Relations:  Walton Family

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Allan Mackenzie Cleghorn Walton (1841-1907): m. Mary Ann --- (c1840--)
  • 1841, "Baptized the 15th August Allan Mackenzie Cleghorn, son of George Walton & Jess Thomson Born the 25th July" [Scotland, Dunino, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. Cambo Farm, George Walten 44 farm laborer Dairsie, Jessie 36 Dunino, Isabella 11 Dunino, Allan 9 Dunino, Willm 6 Carnbee, George 4 Crail [Scotland, 1851 Census, Kingsbarns]
  • 1871, res. 121 Kirkdale Rd, Allan Walton 29 joiner Scotland, Mary Ann 30 tobacconist Southport, Jessie M 4 Liverpool, Georgina 2 Liverpool, [step]son Henry Bishop 11 Wigan, William 8 Liverpool, svt Helen Glynn 36 domestic servant Ireland [England, 1871 Census, Lancashire, Kirkdale]
  • 1881, res. 11 Baker St., Allan Walton 39 joiner Scotland, Mary A 41 Southport, Jessie 14 Liverpool, Georgina 12 Liverpool, George A 9 Liverpool, stepson Henry Bishop 21 plumber Wigan, stepson William 18 plasterer Liverpool [England, 1881 Census, Lancashire, West Derby]
  • 1891, res. 30 Saxony Rd, Allan Walton 49 joiner Scotland, Marrianne 50 Southport, Georgina 22 Liverpool, George A 19 plasterer Liverpool [England, 1891 Census, Lancashire, West Derby]
  • 1901, res. 74 Gladstone Rd, Allan Walton wd 58 joiner Scotland, Georgina 30 housekeeper Liverpool, brdr Alexander Thomas 36 ship steward Liverpool [England, 1901 Census, Lancashire, West Derby]
George Walton (1807-1888): m. Jessie Douglas Cleghorn Thomson (1815--)
  • 1836, "December 31th 1836 [overwritten 1837, but its location in the register suggests 1836 is correct] This day George Walton and Jessie Thomson both in the Parish gave in their names for proclamation, and gave according to custom one Shilling to the poor" [Scotland, Dunino, Old Parish Registers, Marriages]
  • 1837, "Baptized 27th November Margaret daughter of George Walton and Jessie Thomson Born the 14th" [Scotland, Dunino, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1839, "Baptized the 16th June Isabella Rachel Cleghorn Walton daughter of Jess Thomson & George Walton Born the 6th" [Scotland, Dunino, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1841, res. Windywas, George Walton 30 ag laborer Y, Jess 30 Y, Margt 2 Y, Isabella 2 Y [Scotland, 1841 Census, Dunino]
  • 1841, "Baptized the 15th August Allan Mackenzie Cleghorn, son of George Walton & Jess Thomson Born the 25th July" [Scotland, Dunino, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1847, "Walton, George, son of George Walton, Farm Servt at Troustrie Steading, and Jess Thomson his spo. born 26 March 1847, baptized 2 May, by the Revd Wm Merson of Crail, W[itne]sses Betsie Anslie & Al. Brown, Beadle" [Scotland, Crail, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. Cambo Farm, George Walten 44 farm laborer Dairsie, Jessie 36 Dunino, Isabella 11 Dunino, Allan 9 Dunino, Willm 6 Carnbee, George 4 Crail [Scotland, 1851 Census, Kingsbarns]
  • 1881, res. Battarybrae, George Walton 74 farm laborer Dairsie, Jessie 64 Dunino, gs William Duncan 14 St Andrews [Scotland, 1881 Census, St. Andrews]
  • 1891, res. Battery Brae Cottage, Jessie Walton 76 Dunino, gd Jessie Duncan 20 domestic svt Dunino [Scotland, 1891 Census, St Andrews]
George Walton (1847--): 1p. Jessie Russell (c1854-1944), 2m. Nicolas Henderson (1853--)
  • 1847, "Walton, George, son of George Walton, Farm Servt at Troustrie Steading, and Jess Thomson his spo. born 26 March 1847, baptized 2 May, by the Revd Wm Merson of Crail, W[itne]sses Betsie Anslie & Al. Brown, Beadle" [Scotland, Crail, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 1851, res. Cambo Farm, George Walten 44 farm laborer Dairsie, Jessie 36 Dunino, Isabella 11 Dunino, Allan 9 Dunino, Willm 6 Carnbee, George 4 Crail [Scotland, 1851 Census, Kingsbarns]
  • 1871, res. Back St., George Walton 22 baker St Andrews, ldgr at James Pringle [Scotland, 1871 Census, North Berwick]
  • 22 Mar. 1873, James Russell, born 10 Mar. 1873, 5 A.M., at Church Ports, North Berwick, illegitimate son of Jessie Russell domestic servant, informant mother Jessie Russell [Scotland, Birth Registrations, North Berwick]
  • 29 Aug. 1873, "... in an action relating to the paternity of a male child named James Russell, born on the 10th day of March 1873, at the instance of Jessie Russell residing in Kirkports, North Berwick, Haddington-shire, pursuer, and George Walton, Journeyman Baker, North Berwick, said County, defender, the Sheriff of Midlothian and Haddington, upon the 20th day of August 1873 found that the said child was the illegitimate child of the parties aforesaid." [Scotland, Register of Corrected Entries, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 9 Shore St., George Walton 31 baker St Andrews, Nichola 28 Gladsmuir, Jane H 5m N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1891, George Walton 41 barber St Andrews, Nicolas 38 Gladsmuir, Jessie 10 N Berwick, George 8 Pencaitland, James 4 N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1901, res. 11 Melbourne Place, George Walton 54 hairdresser St Andrews, Nicolas 48 Gladsmuir, Jessie H 20 teacher N Berwick, George 18 clerk Pencaitland, James H 14 cabinetmaker, Mary R 6 N Berwick, ldgr Thomas Campbell 23 joiner Glencaladh, ldgr John 18 joiner Kilmartin, ldgr David Williamson 22 mason Selkirk [Scotland, 1901 Census, North Berwick]
George Allan Walton (1871-1919): m. Janet Waugh (1872-1940)
  • 1881, res. 11 Baker St., Allan Walton 39 joiner Scotland, Mary A 41 Southport, Jessie 14 Liverpool, Georgina 12 Liverpool, George A 9 Liverpool, stepson Henry Bishop 21 plumber Wigan, stepson William 18 plasterer Liverpool [England, 1881 Census, Lancashire, West Derby]
  • 1891, res. 30 Saxony Rd, Allan Walton 49 joiner Scotland, Marrianne 50 Southport, Georgina 22 Liverpool, George A 19 plasterer Liverpool [England, 1891 Census, Lancashire, West Derby]
  • 1911, res. 31 Balm St, George Walton 40 joiner's laborer Liverpool, Janet 40 Liverpool, Georgina 12 Liverpool, George 7 Liverpool, Christina 9 Liverpool, Robert 2 Liverpool, Edward 5 Liverpool, lodger John Bennett 40 laborer Belfast [England, 1911 Census, Lancashire, West Derby]
James Russell Walton (1873-1935): m. Janet Douglas Cumming (c1878-1952)
  • 22 Mar. 1873, James Russell, born 10 Mar. 1873, 5 A.M., at Church Ports, North Berwick, illegitimate son of Jessie Russell domestic servant, informant mother Jessie Russell [Scotland, Birth Registrations, North Berwick]
  • 29 Aug. 1873, "... in an action relating to the paternity of a male child named James Russell, born on the 10th day of March 1873, at the instance of Jessie Russell residing in Kirkports, North Berwick, Haddington-shire, pursuer, and George Walton, Journeyman Baker, North Berwick, said County, defender, the Sheriff of Midlothian and Haddington, upon the 20th day of August 1873 found that the said child was the illegitimate child of the parties aforesaid." [Scotland, Register of Corrected Entries, North Berwick]
  • 1881, res. 4 Kays Rd., James Grieve 33 plasterer Dunbar, Mary 31 N Berwick, George 9 N Berwick, Barbara M 4 N Berwick, David 2 N Berwick, James 9m N Berwick, mother-in-law Margaret Whitecross 65 N Berwick, nephew James W 8 N Berwick [Scotland, 1881 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1891, res. 15 Melbourne Square, James Grieve 42 plasterer Dunbar, Mary 40 N Berwick, Barbary 15 dressmaker N Berwick, David 12 N Berwick, William 9 N Berwick, nephew James Walton 18 plasterer N Berwick [Scotland, 1891 Census, North Berwick]
  • 1893-1905, James Walton, #4655, of Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, joined at Edinburgh 21 Jan. 1893, plasterer of North Berwick, age 18y 10m at enlistment, private in 1st Bn at home from 20 Jan. 1893, private in 2nd Bn in India from 23 Nov. 1894, private in 1st Bn in South Africa from 18 Apr. 1902, at depot at home 9 Sep. 1902, transferred to Army Reserve 27 Jan. 1903, discharged 19 Jan. 1905; 3rd class certificate of education 30 Mar. 1893, 2nd class 16 Mar. 1897, certificate in nursing 30 Apr. 1897, in Northwest Frontier campaign 1897-98 "Tochi", in South Africa 1902, India Medal 1895 clasp, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, South Africa medal 1902, next of kin mother Mrs Jessie Wilson, 791 Bellevue Avenue, Detroit USA [British Army Records]
  • 1906, North Berwick, James Walton, labourer, elector [Scotland, Haddington, Haddingtonshire Annual Register]
  • 1935, "Walton, James Russell, Shoemaker, 4 Market Place, North Berwick, died 4 May 1935 at North Berwick, intestate. Confirmation Haddington, 27 May, to Janet Douglas Cumming or Walton, Market Place, North Berwick, the relict. Value of Estate, £168:12: -." [Scotland, Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories]
Robert Walton: m. Euphemia Tod
  • 3 Mar. 1805, "Robert Walton and Euphemia Tod his wife had a Daughter born Feby 24th and baptized March 3th and named Mary Walton" [Scotland, Dairsie, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 26 Feb. 1807, "Robert Walton & Euphan Tod his wife had a son born Feby 26th and baptized March the 2nd and named George" [Scotland, Dairsie, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 16 Jan. 1809, "Robert Waltown and Euphan Todd had a son born on 16th Janry and Baptized Janry 22d Named John Waltown" [Scotland, Dairsie, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
  • 11 Jan. 1811, "Robert Walton and Euphemia Tod had a son born Jan. 11th and baptized on Jan. 13th named Robert Walton" [Scotland, Dairsie, Old Parish Registers, Baptisms]
William T. Walton (1844--): 1m. Margaret --- (c1833--), 2m. Mary --- (c1860--)
  • 1851, res. Cambo Farm, George Walten 44 farm laborer Dairsie, Jessie 36 Dunino, Isabella 11 Dunino, Allan 9 Dunino, Willm 6 Carnbee, George 4 Crail [Scotland, 1851 Census, Kingsbarns]
  • 1881, res. 384 New Chester Rd., William T Walton 38 warehouseman Crail, Margaret 48 Long Marton, Maud M 2 Liverpool, svt Sarah Almond 25 Rock Ferry [England, 1881 Census, Cheshire, Tranmere]
  • 1891, res. 56 High St, William T Walton 46 grocer Pittarthie, Margaret 58 Longmarton, svt Margaret Bingham 12 Liverpool [England, 1891 Census, Northumberland, Coxlodge]
  • 1901, res. 136 Hamilton St, William Walton 54 grocer Fifeshire, Mary 41 Westmoreland, stepdau Mary Bingham 23 Liverpool [England, 1901 Census, Northumberland, Elswick]