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Thomas Biggart

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1862 Born in Beith, Ayr[1], son of Robert and Mary Biggart

1871 Robert Biggart, living in Beith, with Mary Jane Biggart (nee Love) 43, Robert Biggart 15, Andrew S Biggart 13, Alexander L Biggart 11, Thomas Biggart 8, James L Biggart 6, William L Biggart 4, Henry G Biggart 2, Cornelius M Biggart 9 Mo[2]

1901 Solicitor, living in Kilbarchan, Bridge of Weir[3]

1936 Knighted for services to ship building

1942 Sir Thomas Biggart retired

1949 of Glasgow and Kilmacolm, died[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. National Probate Calendar
  • Family tree [1]