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David Leighton Hynd

Catherine (Kate) Andrew Coubrough 1,2

  • Born: 9 Jul 1858, Abbey (Paisley), Renfrew, Scotland
  • Marriage: David Leighton Hynd in 1877 in Bonhill, Dumbarton, Scotland


Catherine married David Leighton Hynd in 1877 in Bonhill, Dumbarton, Scotland. (David Leighton Hynd was born about 1853 in Dundee, Forfar, Scotland and died after 1891.)

bullet  Marriage Notes:

GRO(S) Index, Scots Civil Register of Marriages, 1877, Bonhill, Dumbarton, Parish # 493, Entry number 0026.

June 19, 2002:
The 1891 British census was designed to record the state of the nation on March 31 though the actual survey was conducted in April. Every page contained this header. Those items which did not apply were supposed to have a line drawn through them, but they were often just left blank. In the transcripts which follow, any items left blank in the original have not been entered.

The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the

Civil Parish of
Quoad Sacra Parish of
School Board District of
Parliamentary Burgh of
Parliamentary Division of
Royal Burgh of
Municpal Burgh of
Police Burgh of
Burgh Ward of
Town of
Village or Hamlet of
Island of

Also on every page were the following column headings. These are represented by numbers in the transcripts as there was not room on the page to copy them all. The columns labelled "No. of Schedule;" "Road, Street, &c., and No. or Name of House" and "Rooms with one or more windows" are at the beginning of each entry to save space as there was only one entry per family in each column. The columns headed "Gaelic or G. & E." and "Whether: 1. Deaf and Dumb. 2. Blind. 3. Lunatic, Imbecile, or Idiot" rarely had entries for any of the Coubroughs. When they did, this is noted in the "notes section at the end of the entry.

1. Name and Surname of each Person.
2. Relation to Head of Family
3. Conditon as to Marriage
4. Age (last birthday) [There are separarte sub-columns here for males and females; indicated in transcripts by M or F along with the age.]
5. Profession or Occupation
6. Employer
7. Employed
8. Neither Employer nor Employed but working on own account
9. Where born [usually given in the format County, Parish]

The undermentioned Houses are situate within the Boundaries of the
Civil Parish of Dumbarton
Quoad Sacra Parish of Knoxland
School Board District of Dumbarton
Parliamentary Burgh of Dumbarton
Royal Burgh of Dumbarton
Police Burgh of Dumbarton
Town of Dumbarton
Address: 3 Park Place
Rooms with one or more windows 2
Page: 5
No. in Schedule: 23

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
David Hynd Head Married M38 Tinsmith x Forfar, Dundee
Catherine Hynd Wife do F32 Tinsmith's wife Renfrew, Paisley
Helen Hynd Dau Unmd F12 Scholar Dumbarton, Dumbarton
Jane Hynd Dau Unmd M9 Scholar do do
David Hynd Son do M1 do do

Myrna's Notes: There were seven families at this address on this page. The blacksmith, William Montague, and his family, who lived next door to David and Catherine were the only ones who had more than 2 windows (they had 4). Perhaps blacksmithing paid better than tinsmithing. The large gap in ages makes me think that there may have been other children between Jane and David, though this is not certain. Since all of the kids were born in Dumbarton, David and Catherine must have moved there soon after they were married.

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