Mary Jane Burgess

F, #19348, b. 1879, d. 1959
FatherAlexander Burgess b. 6 Jun 1851, d. 2 Jul 1932
MotherMargaret Cheyne Fraser b. 18 Feb 1846, d. 7 Jun 1929
     Mary Jane Burgess was born, 1879, in Peterhead Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland.1,2

Isabella Keith, Margaret Ann Burgess and Mary Jane Burgess were listed as children in the household of Alexander Burgess and his wife, Margaret Burgess on the 1881 British Census, in Peterhead, Peterhead Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. She was 2 years of age and born in Peterhead Parish.2

Mary Jane Burgess married Thomas Yule.3

Margaret Ann Burgess and Mary Jane Burgess were listed as children in the household of Alexander Burgess and his wife, Margaret Burgess on the 1901 British Census, at 44 Queen Street, in Peterhead, Peterhead Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland. She was 22 years of age, born in Peterhead Parish and a milliner.4

James Fraser and his daughter, Margaret Burgess, her daughter, Mary Jane Yates and her son.5

Mary Jane Burgess died 1959 in Longside Parish, Aberdeen, Scotland.6

Family

Thomas Yule b. 1882, d. 1958

Citations

  1. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Year of birth provided by Andrew Simpson, in New Zealand, 22 April 2009.
  2. [S410] 1881 Scotland Census Index, Registration Number: 232/1, Registration district: Peterhead, Civil Parish: Peterhead, Town: Peterhead, County: Aberdeenshire, ED: 12, Household schedule number: 2, Roll: cssct1881_67.
  3. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Names of marriage partners provided by Andrew Simpson, in New Zealand, 22 April 2009.
  4. [S423] 1901 Scotland Census Index, Registration district: Peterhead, Civil Parish: Peterhead, Town: Peterhead, County: Aberdeenshire, ED: 7, Household schedule number: 97, Roll: CSSCT1901_76.
  5. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Image provided by Isabel Gerrie, 2 April 2009 and further comment by Andrew Simpson, in New Zealand, 22 April 2009.
  6. [S460] Information provided by a Web Page Contributor, Year and parish of death provided by Andrew Simpson, in New Zealand, 21 June 2009.