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The children of William Glass and Jean Whyte are confirmed as part of some research done in 1922 for
Dr. J.Mackie White (son of Rev. John Whyte ,the brother of Jean Glass)
of 15 Airlie Place, Dundee
Although this does show some of the children in a different order to the evidence of ages from Census returns.
The purpose of this research is not yet clear however a family chart accompanied the following Letter from:-

Alexander Anderson Solicior and N.P.
Bank Buildings, Falkland, Fife
29 may 1922

Dear Sir,
I have recieve your letter of the 26th inst. with mandate duly signed and attested.
I Went to Kinross on thursday last for the porpose of getting information for the proof in the proposed service, I found Mr. Wylie's place of business closed but will get him to complete the evidence as far as possible when it is required.
Meantime I send for your information copy of the family tree with the information collected by me noted thereon.
The most of the information about the Whyte family I got from yourself, And I was able to check certain items from the tomb stones in Kinross Churchyard.
Kindly look over the enclosed copy, and if you find and alterations are necessary I shall be obliged by you letting me hear from you as soon as possible.
I Am Yours Sincerely, Alex Anderson.

Note: Mr Wylie is Robert Wylie the Registrar of Kinross

the acompanying chart showed

           Jean Whyte      married     William Glass
Eliza  died in infancy
William 4 sons, 1=William , 2=?, 3=?, 4=? married Mrs Scott in Johanesburg
Jessie  3 dau,  3 sons
John    1 dau,  2 sons
David L.         Nairn  *
Thomas    died
Brother in NZ deceased
Lizzie  no issue
Annie m. John K. Duncan d. jan 1922
Euphemia died 1915 no issue
Jane             Nairn  *

* 2 of childen so marked but not explanation
but maybe it means still alive

1881 census shows annie as still unmarried a Saleswoman (baker) at 93 cadogan st Barony,Lanark along with 2 sisters Euphemia b.30mar1856, buried 1915 Kinross east cemetary and Elizabeth b.1851/2 Annie Glass Married John K. Duncan Glasgow children Jean whyte Duncan and Leonard Gordon Duncan
Annie married John Lusk Duncan painter & Decorator according to probate of Willaim

1881 census
Source:	           GRO Ref    Volume 644-11    EnumDist 79    Page 13
Place:	           Govan, Lanark, Scotland
Dwelling:	   112 Florence Street

	           Rel    Mar  Age   Occ                     Birthplace
Elizabeth DUNCAN   head    M   62    Missionarys wife        British Subject, France
John L.   DUNCAN   son     U   26    Painter (Manager)       Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland

1891 census source 644/12027/12012 place Govan, Abbotsford, glasgow dwelling schedule 68, 249 Eglinton? Street J. L. Duncan head m 36 Painter Kilkaldy, Fife Ann Duncan wife m 36 Kinross J. white Duncan dau 1 govan, glasgow Ely Duncan mother W 72 France, British subject Euphemia Glass boader U 33 Bakers Shopwoman Kimnross
IGI Christening John Lusk Duncan b.10apr 1854 c.10jun1854 Kirkcaldy Fife John Duncan Elizabeth Elder
Marriage 29 january 1889 At Montgomery Street Kinross John Lusk Duncan Painters Manager batchelor aged 34 of 88 Florence st Glasgow son of John Duncan Missionary deceased and Elizabeth Duncan nee Elder After Banns according to the United Prebyterian Church Annie Glass shop Keeper Aged 34 of 211 Parliamentry Rd Glasgow daughter of William Glass Hand Loom weaver and Jane Glass nee White ministers John Rutherson Jonathan Robuck Ruskell? church Dundee witness John Mc Pheason Euphemia Glass Registrar Dunacan Brown

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