Mary Ann Davidson, 18981985 (aged 86 years)

Name
Mary Ann Davidson
Given names
Mary Ann
Surname
Davidson
Married name
Mary Ann Smith
Birth May 27, 1898 26 26

Birth of a brotherWilliam Davidson
January 16, 1900 (aged 1 year)
Birth of a sisterIsabella McCord Davidson
February 22, 1902 (aged 3 years)

Death of a sisterIsabella McCord Davidson
February 26, 1902 (aged 3 years) Age: 4 days
Cause: Premature
MarriageJames SmithView this family
October 17, 1917 (aged 19 years) Husband: 18 Wife: 19
Address: Longridge Manse
Note: James was described as a coal miner and bachelor from West Calder. Mary was described as a spinster and domestic servant from Longridge, Whitburn. The Minister was John Gibson of the United Free Church of Scotland. Witnesses were John Smith and Nessie Caldwell.
Death of a maternal grandmotherMargaret M. Moffat
March 22, 1919 (aged 20 years)
Text:

Margaret McCord, married to William McCord coal miner. Cause of death Carcinoma Uteri Exhaustion. Father Robert Moffat (deceased) farmer, mother Agnes Moffat nee Currie? deceased. Certified by Robert Gilchrist M.B. Ch. B. James Hair cousin (Post Office Fauldhouse) informant. Registered at Fauldhouse Mar 29 1819 by J. Reyner.

Death of a maternal grandfatherWilliam McCord
July 17, 1919 (aged 21 years)
Text:

William McCord coal miner retired, widowed, 91 years. Father Samuel McCord farm labourer (deceased). Mother J-e McCord Nee Montgomery (deceased). Certified by Robert Gilchrist M.B. Ch. B. Robert McCord, son, informant. Registered 18 July 1919 at Fauldhouse. J. Reyner Registrar. Cause of death senile decay

Death of a fatherWilliam Davidson
March 11, 19343.55 pm (aged 35 years) Age: 64
Address: Royal Infirmary
Cause: carcinoma of rectum
Note: William's usual address was recorded as Longridge by Fauldhouse. The informant was his son William Davidson of Longridge by Fauldhourse.
Death of a motherAgnes McCord Aggie
July 7, 1941 (aged 43 years)
Text:

Cardiac Failure (? years), Post-operative pulmonary congestion (3 days), Strangulated Femoral Hernia (7 days). At the Royal Infirmary. Age: 69 Agnes Davidson widow of William Davidson general labourer. Usual residence Main Street Longridge. Father William McCord deceased, mother Margaret McCord nee Moffat deceased. Certified by J. B. Binns. Informant William Davidson son, 6 Northfield Crescent, Longridge. Registered 8 July 1941 V. Kennedy assistant Registrar.

Citation details:

West Lothian Courier - Friday 18 July 1941

Text:

DAVIDSON - At Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, on 7th July 1941, Agnes McCord, wife of the late William Davidson, Longridge.

Death of a brotherWilliam Davidson
1981 (aged 82 years)
Note: 1981 DAVIDSON WILLIAM M 81WHITBURN /WEST LOTHIAN 711/00 0224
Death 1985 (aged 86 years) Age: 86
Family with parents
father
Davidson, William (1872-1934)
18721934
Birth: 1872Ireland?
Death: March 11, 1934Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
mother
McCord, Agnes (1872-1941)
18721941
Birth: March 11, 1872 43 18Broughshane, Ballymena, Antrim, Ireland
Death: July 7, 1941Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Marriage
Marriage: May 30, 1895Benthill? Cottage, Greenburn, Linlithgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
10 months
elder sister
Davidson, Margaret Moffat (1896-1986)
18961986
Birth: March 10, 1896 24 23
Death: 1986Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
2 years
herself
18981985
Birth: May 27, 1898 26 26
Death: 1985Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
20 months
younger brother
Davidson, William (1900-)
19001981
Birth: January 16, 1900 28 27West Calder, Scotland
Death: 1981Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
2 years
younger sister
19021902
Birth: February 22, 1902 30 29
Death: February 26, 1902Greenburn, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Family with James Smith
husband
herself
18981985
Birth: May 27, 1898 26 26
Death: 1985Whitburn, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Marriage
Marriage: October 17, 1917Longridge, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Marriage

James was described as a coal miner and bachelor from West Calder. Mary was described as a spinster and domestic servant from Longridge, Whitburn. The Minister was John Gibson of the United Free Church of Scotland. Witnesses were John Smith and Nessie Caldwell.