My great grandmother

Maria Inglis born 18 December 1890 (7h 30m pm) in 29 South Coburg Street, Glasgow to housepainter journeyman William Inglis and Mary Carlton.

She lived in South Coburg Street, Govan, Gorbals, Lanarkshire, Scotland in 1891. Aged 0, of Glasgow. Living in the household of John Carlton aged 57, Quay Labourer, of Ireland, with Mary Carlton aged 57, of Ireland, Lizzie Carlton aged 26, Washerwoman, of Glasgow, Charles Carlton aged 17, Moulder (Apprentice), of Glasgow, father William Inglis aged 30, Ship Model Maker, of Glasgow, mother Mary Inglis aged 32, of Glasgow, and brother Dan Inglis aged 7, of Glasgow.

She lived in 21, James Street, Glasgow, Calton, Lanarkshire, Scotland in 1901. Aged 11, Scholar, of Glasgow. Living in the household of stepfather Hugh McGuire aged 40, Engineer's Lab, of Glasgow, with mother Mary McGuire aged 41, Cotton Mill Piecer, of Glasgow, Sister Mary E McGuire aged 4, of Glasgow, and brother Daniel Inglis aged 15, of Glasgow.

Maria married William John Burns. They were married in a religious ceremony, after publication according to the forms of the Church of Scotland, on 13 March 1914 in Calton Parish Church, Glasgow, witnessed by Alex Sneddon and Mary Maguire.

Her son, Hugh Maguire Burns, was born 24 December 1914 in 3 Canning Street, Glasgow

She died aged 72 on 24 December 1962 at 521 Gallowgate, Glasgow. Cause of death: Coronary thrombosis, myocardial degeneration 1 year, congestive cardiac failure 1 year.

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