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James More

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This may be the person who was a partner in More and Dick up to 1859 but no specific evidence apart from the connection of his son with Dick, Kerr and Co.

1841 Jas More 56, iron merchant, lived in London St, St Andrew, Glasgow, with Isabella More 54, Jane More 18, Isabella More 16, Jas More## 12[1]

1851 Isabella Moore 63, iron merchant's widow, lived in St Andrew, Glasgow, with Margaret Eadie 74, Margaret Balderton 39, Jane Mor 30, daughter, Isabella Mor 27, Janet Dow 24, James More 22, Iron-merchant (master employing 4 men), Daniel Mcewen 3

1871 James More 43, manager of farm engine factory, lived in Glasgow Barony, with Ann Robinson More 45, James More Junr. 15, Ann R More 14, Alexr R More 6, Margt More 3[2]

1881 James More 52, ironmonger, lived in Glasgow Barony, with Ann R More 54, Malcolm R More 45[3]

1891 Jass More 62, clerk, lived in Glasgow Sandyford, with Ann More 64, Margaret More 23, Wm Gray 29[4]

1901 James More, retired mechl engineer, 73, was lodging in Inverkip[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. 1901 census