Genealogy from [The Renshaw Family Tree]

Joanna WilsonAge: 65 years18191884

Joanna Wilson
Birth January 11, 1819
MarriageAlexander LindsayView this family
April 18, 1841 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a son
James Lindsay
June 4, 1841 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a daughter
Janet Fleming Lindsay
1843 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a daughter
Catherine Wilson Lindsay
1845 (Age 25 years)
Marriage of a childAndrew ThomsonCatherine Wilson LindsayView this family
March 17, 1868 (Age 49 years)
Marriage of a childJames LindsayMargaret Gardiner CossarView this family
June 2, 1871 (Age 52 years)
Death of a daughterJanet Fleming Lindsay
May 28, 1874 (Age 55 years)
Cause: Phythisis Mesenterica
Death of a husbandAlexander Lindsay
July 6, 1880 (Age 61 years)
Cause: natural decay
Death August 27, 1884 (Age 65 years)
Family with Alexander Lindsay - View this family
Alexander Lindsay
Birth: April 30, 1797Bothwell, Birkenshaw, Lanarkshire
Death: natural decayJuly 6, 1880Carluke
Joanna Wilson
Birth: January 11, 1819Carluke
Death: August 27, 1884Newton of Kirkbuddo, Guthrie, Angus
Marriage: April 18, 1841Bothwell, Birkenshaw, Lanarkshire
5 years
Catherine Wilson Lindsay
Birth: 1845 47 25Bothwell, Lanarkshire
Death: senile debilityFebruary 14, 1922Entryfoot, Blackridge, Airdrie
-1 years
Janet Fleming Lindsay
Birth: 1843 45 23Bothwell, Lanarkshire
Death: Phythisis MesentericaMay 28, 1874Carluke
-19 months

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BIOGRAPHY: She was living with her son James at the time of her death J. had a bill for £1.10.0 for a hearse & mourners carriage from Kirkbuddo to Forfar Station which was raised on Sept 1st 1884 by the Royal Hotel Forfar . On 1/8/84 he paid The Caledonian Railway £4 12 0d for the carriage of 1 corpse but the destination is not clear, though I would expect it to have been somewhere in Lanarkshire, either Bothwell where his grandfather seems to have had lairs, or Carluke where she was born. It seems very likely that her father died circa 1850 at Kilncadzow as a letter to James B Wilson, her brother, from a lawyer about rent indicate this. One David Russell who was describes as "Uncle" in a letter died at Kilncadzow on 14 July 1884. His parents were unknown, he was the widower of Jean Rodger, and the death was reported by his son George Russell. cause of death Old Age.