Catherine Mair

F, #6298, b. 21 August 1866
     Catherine Mair was born on 21 August 1866 at Parish of Rathven, Banffshire, Scotland.1 She was the daughter of David Mair and Ann Anderson. Her family was known by the tee-name of "Bobbin". Catherine Mair was a governess. She married Alexander Munro at 175 Holm Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, on 29 June 1887.2 As of 29 June 1887, her married name was Catherine Munro.

Citations

  1. [S5043] LDS Church (new FamilySearch), International Genealogical Index, "Catherine Mair, female. Birth: 21 AUG 1866 Rathven, Banff, Scotland. Father: David Mair. Mother: Ann Anderson."
  2. [S7714] Alexander Munro to Catherine Mair, Statutory Register of Marriages in the District of Blythswood in the Burgh of Glasgow, "1887, on the Twenty-ninth day of June at 175 Holm Street, Glasgow. After Publication, according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland. Alexander Munro, Flesher (Journeyman), (Bachelor), 26 years, resident at 175 Holm Street, Glasgow, Father: James Munro, Grocer, Mother: Mary Munro M.S. Munro. Catherine Mair, Governess (Spinster), 22 years, resident at 172 Holm Street, Glasgow, Father: David Mair, Auctioneer (sic), Mother: Annie Mair M.S Anderson (deceased). Lachlan MacLachlan, Minister of St Columba Parish, Glasgow. William Young Witness. Lizzie Ripley (?) Hume Witness. Registered: 1887, July 1st at Glasgow, John McDonald Assistant Registrar. JS."