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Robert Fullerton
(1794-)
Ellen Simpson
(1796-)
Thomas Newell
(ca. 1802-)
Unknown
John Fullerton
(1821-After 1880)
Elisabeth Newell
(ca. 1827-Bef 1880)
Eleanor Fullerton
(1851-1935)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. George Hill

2. Robert Miller

Eleanor Fullerton

  • Born: 31 Oct 1851, Moyroe, Killyman Parish, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
  • Christened: 30 Jan 1852, Killyman Parish, Tyrone, Ireland
  • Marriage (1): George Hill on 6 Dec 1870 in Killyman Parish Church, , Tyrone, Northern Ireland
  • Marriage (2): Robert Miller on 3 Mar 1911 in 3 Parliamentary Rd, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland
  • Died: 21 May 1935, 3 Parliamentary Rd, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland at age 83

bullet   Cause of her death was Senility.

bullet   Other names for Eleanor were Helen and Ellen Fullerton.

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bullet  General Notes:

There is both a Church record and a Civil record of her marriage with George. The Civil record records that George was a Gamekeeper, aged 22, address as Derrycar, and that he was a Bachelor. His father is named as William, a Labourer. Eleanor is named as Ellen, aged 22, living at Tullyroan and a Spinster. Her father is named as John, a Labourer. Witnesses were Alfred Hickie and James Mills. Her age at 22 would be incorrect as she was in fact 19. This may have been to avoid the requirement of parental permission prior to attainment of the "full age" of 21 (which she is stated to have attained on the document). The Church wedding took place in the Killyman Church of Ireland.

At the time of the 1881 Census she was living at 18 North St, Barony, Glasgow. Her husband was recorded as 53 years of age, a General Labourer, born Ireland. Ellen was aged 28, born Ireland; daughter Ann Jane, aged 6, born Glasgow; son George, aged 3, born Glasgow. Also living here was a William J., recorded as "son", aged 2, born Glasgow. In fact no record can be found of a William Hill born in Glasgow in 1879. I believe this is actually William J Fullerton, the illegitimate son of her sister, Mary Jane (who was also living at this same address with her new husband). Also living here was a Boarder, Mary Campbell, 27 a French Polisher, born in Skye, Inverness.

At the time of the 1911 Census she was living with her new husband Robert Miller at 3 Parliamentary Rd in Glasgow. Robert was aged 56, a Chemical worker, born in Ireland. Living here also were Ellen's sons from her first marriage: George Hill, 34, single, a Blacksmith's helper; Edward Hill, 29, single, a French Polisher; and David Hill, 24, single, a Butcher.

Sadly both Edward and David were killed in action in WW1.

On various documents including her first Marriage Certificate, Birth Certificates for David, Edward & George, and her second Marriage Certificate in 1911, she made her mark instead of signing which tells us she could not write.

bullet  Medical Notes:

The informant was George Hill, son.

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

She resided at the time of the Census in 1881 in 18 North St, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

She resided at the time of the Census on 5 Apr 1891 in 2 Parson St, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland.

She resided at the time of her second marriage on 3 Mar 1911 in 3 Parliamentary Rd, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland.

She worked as a Self Employed Washer Woman a the time of the Census on 5 Apr 1891 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.


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Eleanor married George Hill, son of William Hill and Ann Hughes, on 6 Dec 1870 in Killyman Parish Church, , Tyrone, Northern Ireland. (George Hill was born circa 1848 in Ireland and died on 1 May 1906 in 2 Parson St, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland.). The cause of his death was Cardiac Failure 14 days.


bullet  Marriage Notes:

It was a United Church of England and Ireland ceremony. Witnesses were Alfred Hickin and James Mills.

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Eleanor next married Robert Miller, son of John Miller and Margaret Hutchison, on 3 Mar 1911 in 3 Parliamentary Rd, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland. (Robert Miller was born about 1855 in Ireland and died on 20 Dec 1930 in 3 Parliamentary Rd, Glasgow, , Lanark, Scotland.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

It was a United Free Church of Scotland ceremony. Witnesses were William Miller & Jane Miller. Thomas Wyper and Maggie Miller witnessed Ellen making her mark.

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