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Robert Alexander Baillie

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Robert Alexander Baillie (c1861- ), civil engineer and medical surgeon

c1861 Born the son of Robert Baillie

1861 Living at 1 Folkestone Terrace, Poplar: Robert Baillie (age 43 born Scotland), Iron Ship Builder. With his wife Emma Baillie (age 40 born Cornwall) and their four children; Jonathan R. Baillie (age 20 born Poplar), Naval Architect; Janet Baillie (age 16 born Bromley, Mddx.); Thomas J. Baillie (age 5 born Poplar); and Robert A. Baillie (age 4 (months?) born Poplar). Two servants.[1]

1881 Living at Manor House, Manor Road, Kidbrook, London: Robert Baillie (age 63 born Scotland), Civil Engineer. With his wife Emma Baillie (age 60 born East Looe, Cornwall) and their six children; Janet Baillie (age 36 born Bromley, Mddx.); Emma Baillie (age 33 born Bromley, Mddx.); Annie M. Lee (age 32 born Anglesea); Margaret Baillie (age 29 born Bromley, Mddx.); Thomas J. Baillie (age 25 born Poplar), Solicitor's Articled Clerk; and Robert A. Baillie (age 20 born Poplar), Medical Student. Four servants.[2]

1887 Became member of IMechE

1891 Living at Heathfield, Eliot Place, Lewisham: Robert Baillie (age 73 born Scotland), Civil Engineer - Employer. With his wife Emma Baillie (age 70 born East Loo, Cornwall) and their three children; Janet Baillie (age 46 born Bromley, Mddx.); Margaret Greel (age 39 born Bromley, Mddx.); and Robert A. Baillie (age 30 born Poplar), Surgeon and Civil Engineer. Also his grand-daughters Marguerite B. Greel (age 8 born Blackheath) and Dorothy Greel (age 2 born Blackheath). Five servants.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1891 Census