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James Young (5)

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c.1812 Born

1841 James Young 45, farmer, lived in St Madoes, Perth, with Susan Young 45, Janet Young 13, Alison Young 11, Elizabeth Young 9[1]

1845 Birth of son James

1850 Birth of daughter Elizabeth Greig Young in Ruthven, Angus[2]

1851 James Young 40, Flour Miller Employing 4 Servants, lived in Ruthven with Susan Young 36, John Young 8, James Young 5, George Young 2, Elisabeth Young 4 Mo[3]

1861 James Young 49 Farmer Of 193 Acres Employing 4 Men, living in Ruthven, with Susan Young 46, John Young 18, George Young 12, Elizabeth Young 10, Thomas Young 8, Ann Young 6, Isabella Young 3[4]

1881 James Young 70, Farmer Of 180 Acres Arable, Employing 4 Men, 2 Women & 1 Boy, lived in Leuchars with Susan Young 66, George H Young 32, Annie K Young 26, Bella W O Young 23[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. 1881 census