George Barclay KilgourAge: 40 years18671908

Name
George Barclay Kilgour
Birth February 23, 1867 30 30
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Birth of a brotherThomas Barclay Kilgour
June 26, 1869 (Age 2 years)
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Census April 2, 1871 (Age 4 years)
Address: Bleachfield Row
Death of a maternal grandmotherDouglas Ramsay
January 27, 1874 (Age 6 years)
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Birth of a brotherDavid Barclay Kilgour
July 2, 1879 (Age 12 years)
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Census April 3, 1881 (Age 14 years)
Address: Bleachfield Row
Death of a paternal grandfatherHenry Kilgour
May 8, 1883 (Age 16 years)
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Census April 5, 1891 (Age 24 years)
Address: Church Road, Beith, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death of a brotherThomas Barclay Kilgour
December 31, 1892 (Age 25 years)
Note: St. Andrews Citizen 07 January 1893
Religious marriageAnne Syme SharpView this family
June 22, 1893 (Age 26 years)
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Note: St. Andrews Citizen 01 July 1893
Birth of a son
#1
George Kilgour
August 3, 1894 (Age 27 years)
Note: Fife Free Press, & Kirkcaldy Guardian 11 August 1894
Birth of a daughter
#2
Jessie Thomson Kilgour
1896 (Age 28 years)
Death of a fatherGeorge Kilgour
March 31, 1900 (Age 33 years)
Note: Death record entry:
Death of a wifeAnne Syme Sharp
before 1901 (Age 33 years)

Census March 31, 1901 (Age 34 years)
Address: 7, Leven, Scoonie, Fife, Scotland
Note: 1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census
Death 1908 (Age 40 years)
Note: St. Andrews Citizen 24 October 1908
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: October 12, 1857Glasgow, Scotland
15 months
elder sister
21 months
elder sister
20 months
elder sister
22 months
elder brother
4 years
himself
2 years
younger brother
Thomas Barclay Kilgour
Birth: June 26, 1869 32 33Scoonie, Wemyss, Fife, Scotland
Death: December 31, 1892Leven, Fife, Scotland
10 years
younger brother
Family with Anne Syme Sharp - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: June 22, 1893Kirkintilloch, Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
13 months
son
2 years
daughter

Birth
Birth record entry: Parish / District Name - Number - Entry / Frame Kilrenny / Fife - 438 - 17 Surname KILGOUR Sex M/F M Given names George Barclay Date and time 23 Feb 1867 at 11:30 pm Place Burnside, Kilrenny, Fife Father’s names George Kilgour Occupation Fireman (Railway) if deceased N Mother’s names Janet Kilgour Mother maiden name Barclay Occupation if deceased N Place parents married Miltown, Glasgow Date 12 Oct 1857 Informant’s name George Kilgour relationship to child father Residence of informant (if different from above) Registration place Cellardy Pl? Kilrenny Date 8 Mar 1867 Registrar’s name ? Brown RCE / other information
Census1871 Scottish Census - George Kilgour - Household

Book 003, page 036 456 Scoonie

NameRelationMCAgeSexOccupationBirthplaceInfirm
George KilgourHeadM34MRailway Engine DriverFife, Markinch
Janet BarclaywifeM34FFife, Kennoway
Christina KilgourdaughterS13FFlaxMill WorkerLanarkshire, Glasgow
Cecilia KilgourdaughterS11FFlaxMill WorkerFife, Leven
Janet B. KilgourdaughterS9FScholarFife, Leven
Henry KilgoursonS8MScholarFife, Leven
George B. KilgoursonS4MFife, Kilrenny
Thomas B. KilgoursonS1MFife, Leven
Douglas RamsayM-in-lawW76FFormerly domestic servantFife, Kennoway

Notes: Number people Blind, Deaf or Dumb - 0, Number children at school - 2, Number rooms with one or more windows - 3

Census1881 Scottish Census - George Kilgour - Household

Book 003, page 036 456 Scoonie

NameRelationMCAgeSexOccupationBirthplaceInfirm
George KilgourHeadM44MStoker at FlaxmillFife, Markinch
Janet BarclaywifeM44FFife, Kennoway
George B. KilgoursonS14MLabourer at Linseed Oil MillFife, Kilrenny
Thomas KilgoursonS11MScholarFife, Wemyss
David KilgoursonS2MFife, Wemyss

Notes: Number rooms with one or more windows - 3

Census1891 Scotland - Census transcript - Henry Kilgour - Household

Church Road, Beith, Ayrshire, Scotland

NameRelationConditionAgeMAgeFOccupationEmplEmpdOACBirthplaceLangInfirm
Henry KilgourheadMar28CabinetmakerScoonie, Fife
Marion KilgourwifeMar26Wife of CabinetmakerLanarjshire
Jeanie Kilgourdaughter6ScholarLanarkshire
Joanna Kilgourdaughter3Fife
George Kilgourson1Fife
George KilgourvisitorUnm24Draper SalesmanFife

Marriage
Marriage record entry: Parish / District Name - Number - Entry / Frame Kirkintilloch / Dumbarton - 498 - 34 When Where and How 1893 on the 22nd June at Free St Davids Manse after publication according to the forms of the Established Church of Scotland GROOM - name and surname George B. Kilgour Age 26 Residence 7 Riverside, Leven Marital status Bachelor Occupation Draper Father’s name George Kilgour Occupation EngineMan if deceased Mother’s name Janet Kilgour Maiden name and occupation Barclay if deceased BRIDE - name and surname Anne S Sharp Age 28 Residence 3 Trinity Place, Leven Marital status Spinster Occupation Dressmaker Father’s name John Sharp Occupation Master Painter if deceased Y Mother’s name Janet Sharp Maiden name and occupation Thomson if deceased Witnesses names and addresses David Kilgour Maggie Sharp Registration place Kirkintilloch Date 22 June 1893 Registrar’s name RCE / other information
Marriage
St. Andrews Citizen 01 July 1893 At Free ST David's Manse, Kirkintilloch, on the 22nd June, by the Rev. H. Y. Reyburn, B.D., George B. Kilgour, draper, Leven, to Annie Syme, fourth daughter of the late John Sharp, painter and decorator, Leven.
Census1901 Scotland - Census transcript - George Barclay Kilgour - Household

7, Leven, Scoonie, Fife, Scotland

NameRelationConditionAgeMAgeFOccupationEmpHomeBirthplaceLangInfirm
George Barclay KilgourheadWidower34Draper ShopkeeperKilrenny, Fife

Census
1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census 7, Leven, Scoonie, Fife, Scotland First name(s) George B Last name Kilgour Relationship - Marital status Widower Sex Male Age 34 Birth year 1867 Birth town Kilrenny Birth town as transcribed KILRENNY Birth place Scotland Birth place other as transcribed - Birth county Fife Birth county as transcribed FIFESHIRE Occupation Draper Shopkeeper House name - House number 7 Street - Town Leven Parish Scoonie Country Scotland County Fife Vessel name Riverside Municipal ward - Registration district Scoonie Other household member first name(s) - Other household member last name - Archive reference RG13 Piece number - Folio - Page - Record set 1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Category Census, land & surveys Subcategory Census Collections from Great Britain, Scotland
Death
St. Andrews Citizen 24 October 1908 Article describing how Mr. George Kilgour, draper, had been hit by a train while crossing the line on his bicycle. A widower, he leaves a son and a daughter, both young. Mr. Kilgour was well known in East Fife in business and musical circles, he was organist and choir master at Largo Parish Church.