William Hardie Cheyne

M, #10428, b. 29 May 1873, d. 4 January 1948
Father(?) Cheyne in Metlhick b. c 1850
MotherMargaret Hardie b. 1 Sep 1852
     William Cheyne was born, 29 May 1873, in Methlick Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. William Hardie (10428) (also William Cheyne) was an illegitimate son of Margaret Hardie (16776) and an unknown Cheyne. His birth record contained her name only.1,2,3,4

William Cheyne was listed as a grandson in the household of William Hardie and his wife, Mary Hardie, on the 1881 Scotland Census at Auchencrieve, in Methlick Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was in the household of his maternal grandparents, William and Mary Hardie, farmers of 20 acres. His mother was not present. He was 7 years old, born in Methlick Parish and a scholar.5

William Cheyne was listed on the 1891 Scotland Census at Little Ardo, in Methlick Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. He was in the household of George Patterson, millwright. He was an apprentice millwright, 18 and born in Methlick Parish.2

William Hardie Cheyne married Alice Sarah (?) about 1904. The couple had no children.6,4

He was found on a Register of Electors in Saint Pancras Borough, London residing at a dwelling-house at 5 Mecklenburgh Street for 1908.7

William Hardie Cheyne and his wife Alice Sarah Cheyne were listed on the 1911 England Census, at 35 Hartham Road, in London, Isleworth, Middlesex, England. He was head of household and a engineer. The couple had been married seven years and had no children. Also present were Lizzie Miles Willis, 28, and her one year old daughter, Margaret E. Miles Willis. Lizzie may have been Alice's sister.. He was 36 years old and born in Methlick Parish, Aberdeenshire.4

William owned The Brentside Engineering Company, located in Middlesex. The 1940 telephone directory has a listing for it at The Ham, Canal Bridge, Brentford. EALing 0332.8,9

William Hardie Cheyne died 4 January 1948 at Brentford Hospital in Brentford, Middlesex, England.10,11

His estate was probated on 9 April 1948 at London, England.12

Family

Alice Sarah (?) b. a 1876, d. a 1960

Citations

  1. [S315] 1881 British Census as recorded on CD-ROM by the LDS Church, Methlick Parish, Aberdeen, FHL Film 0203461, GRO Ref, Volume 221, EnumDist 5, Page 13.
  2. [S243] 1891 British Census, Parish of Methlick, Aberdeen, Enumeration District 8, Page 3, Number 12.
  3. [S14] International Genealogy Index, Aberdeenshire, dated May 1988, Methlick Parish, Batch C112211.
  4. [S595] 1911 England Census, Class: RG14; Piece: 6807; Schedule Number: 21.
  5. [S241] 1881 British Census, Parish of Methlick, Aberdeen, Enumeration District 5, Page 13, Number 54.
  6. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Names of marriage partners and biographical note provided by Iain Wood, Buckie, 15 April 2010, an indirect relative.
  7. [S615] Website FamilySearch Website (www.familysearch.org) "London Electoral Registers, 1847-1913, 1908, Borough of Saint Pancras, South division, London, England, GS Film Number: 002356202, Digital Folder Number: 007591365, Image Number: 00101."
  8. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Ownership of firm and location provided by Iain Wood, Buckie, 15 April 2010, an indirect relative.
  9. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "UK Telephone Directory Database."
  10. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Approximate time of death provided by Iain Wood, Buckie, 15 April 2010, an indirect relative.
  11. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "Date and place of death from of an image of the abstract of his will in England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1948, page 154."
  12. [S389] Website Ancestry.com Website (www.ancestry.com) "Text from of an image of the abstract of his will in England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1948, page 154."