Daniel Dougan, 18911919 (aged 28 years)

Name
Daniel Dougan
Given names
Daniel
Surname
Dougan
Birth about 1891

MarriageMargaret Moffat CaldwellView this family
October 4, 1918 (aged 27 years)
Address: 50 Wellington Street
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Married by declaration in the presence of John McNeil, Iron worker and Rose Sanford Munitions worker. Daniel was described as a coalminer and bachelor aged 27 of 46 and a half Main Street Wishaw, parents Robert Dougan farmer deceased and Rose-ann Dougan nee Hughes deceased. Margaret was a spinster aged 19 of Store Brae Shepher's Hill, Fauldhouse, parents Peter Caldwell coalminer and Margaret nee McCord. They were married by the warrant of the Sheriff of Lanarkshire.

Death February 15, 1919 (aged 28 years)
Cause of death: Influenza
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Daniel's death particulars are listed in the return of Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officer and Men of the 1st Batallion Argyl and Sutherland Highlanders killed in action or who died whilst on Service abroad in the war of 1914 to.

Family with Margaret Moffat Caldwell
himself
18911919
Birth: about 1891
Death: February 15, 1919France
wife
1899
Birth: December 24, 1899 28 24Fauldhouse, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death:
Marriage
Marriage: October 4, 1918Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
BirthCalculated from age at marriage
MarriageGeneral Register Office for Scotland. Scotland's People. Register of Statutory Marriages [Database Online]
Text:

Married by declaration in the presence of John McNeil, Iron worker and Rose Sanford Munitions worker. Daniel was described as a coalminer and bachelor aged 27 of 46 and a half Main Street Wishaw, parents Robert Dougan farmer deceased and Rose-ann Dougan nee Hughes deceased. Margaret was a spinster aged 19 of Store Brae Shepher's Hill, Fauldhouse, parents Peter Caldwell coalminer and Margaret nee McCord. They were married by the warrant of the Sheriff of Lanarkshire.

DeathGeneral Register Office for Scotland. Scotland's People. Register of Statutory Deaths [Database Online]
Text:

Daniel's death particulars are listed in the return of Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officer and Men of the 1st Batallion Argyl and Sutherland Highlanders killed in action or who died whilst on Service abroad in the war of 1914 to.