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William Glennie (1837-1861)

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William Glennie (1837-1861)

Born the son of William Glennie

1851 Living at 23 Devonshire Terrace, Plymouth: William Glennie (age 53 born Camberwell), Lieut RN half pay. With Catherine E. Glennie (age 45 born Southwark) and seven children; William Glennie (age 13 born Bitton, Glos); Catherine S. Glennie (age 11 born Bitton, Glos); Isabella M. Glennie (age 9 born Sampford Arundel, Som.); Alexander W. Glennie (age 7 born Sampford Arundel, Som.); Mary E. Glennie (age 5 born Dawlish); and Margaret G. Glennie (age 2 born Plymouth). Three servants.[1]

Engineer on the Eastern Bengal Railway

1861 March 19th. Died at Calcutta, India. 'Died, at Calcutta, on the 10th March, William Glennie, district engineer of the Eastern Bengal Railway, second son of the late Lieutenant William Glennie, R.N., of No. 2 Nelson Villas, Stoke. Devonport, aged twenty-three'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Edinburgh Evening Courant - Thursday 02 May 1861