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1861 An engine master living with his parents in Partick<ref>1861 census</ref>
 
1861 An engine master living with his parents in Partick<ref>1861 census</ref>
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1864 His father retired  from [[Thomas Wingate and Co]] in favour of his sons - presumably [[Thomas Wingate (1833-1901)|Thomas]], [[Andrew Wingate|Andrew]], [[Wilson Wingate|Wilson]] and [[Patterson Wingate|Patterson]].<ref>Obituary, in Engineering</ref>
  
 
1881 Paterson Wingate 38, retired shipbuilder, lived in Partick with Jessie C Wingate 26,  
 
1881 Paterson Wingate 38, retired shipbuilder, lived in Partick with Jessie C Wingate 26,  

Latest revision as of 10:18, 11 February 2020

1842 Born in Gorbals, son of Thomas Wingate and his wife Margaret Paterson[1]

1861 An engine master living with his parents in Partick[2]

1864 His father retired from Thomas Wingate and Co in favour of his sons - presumably Thomas, Andrew, Wilson and Patterson.[3]

1881 Paterson Wingate 38, retired shipbuilder, lived in Partick with Jessie C Wingate 26, Thomas P Wingate 6[4]

1891 Paterson Wingate 49, retired engineer and shipbuilder, lived in Govan with Jessie C Wingate 36[5]

1897 Died in Kelvinside, Glasgow[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. Obituary, in Engineering
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. national probate index