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David Haggie (1782-1851)

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David Haggie (1782-1851) of David Haggie and Son

1808 December 27th. Married at Newcastle to Jane Sinclair (1789–)

1809 Birth of son Richard Hood Haggie

1819 Birth of son David Haggie

1821 Birth of son Peter Haggie

1851 Staying at Haltwhistle: David Haggie (age 68 born Newcastle), Retired Rope Maker. In the house of his daughter Mary Head Smith (age 39 born Gateshead) and her family.[1]

1851 December 26th. Died. 'At Gateshead, his residency, Mulgrave Terrace, the 26th inst. his 70th year, David Haggie. Deceased, who was one of the oldest and most extensive manufacturers in Gateshead, was much and deservedly respected by the inhabitants generally, having for many years filled the offices of Town Councillor and Poor-law Guardian.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Newcastle Guardian and Tyne Mercury - Saturday 27 December 1851