Mary Cairns

Mary Cairns

Female Abt 1852 - 1930  (~ 78 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mary CairnsMary Cairns was born Abt 1852, Carlow, Ireland (daughter of No 879 Corporal John Cairns, 92nd Highlanders and Rosana Millon / Millan); died 4 Dec 1930, Mitchelton, , Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried 5 Dec 1930, Grovely Cemetery, Brisbane, Queensland Australia.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1861, Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, Scotland; John Cairns Head Married Male 46 1815 Chelsea Pensioner Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland Rosanna Cairns Wife Married Female 36 1825 - Ireland MARY Cairns Daughter - Female 9 1852 Scholar Ireland Thomas Cairns Son - Male 5 1856 Scholar Lanark, Lanarkshire, Scotland James Cairns Son - Male 2 1859 - Ireland House name Church & School Alleys Street - Parish Lesmahagow City or borough - County Lanarkshire Country Scotland Municipal ward - Parliamentary borough - Hamlet Abbeygreen Registration district Lesmahagow Enumeration district 5 Archive reference RG09
    • Census: 1881, 5 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland; Andrew Winning, age 30, born Abt 1851, Carmunnock, Lanarkshire, living at 15 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire, occupation, blacksmith Mary Winning age: 29, born abt 1851 in Ireland, living at 15 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire, wife of Andrew Winning John Winning , age 6, born abt 1875, in Bothwell, Lanarkshire, son of Andrew and Mary Winning, living at 15 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire Andrew Winning, age 3, born abt 1878, in Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, son of Andrew and Mary Winning, living at 15 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire Thomas Winning, age 1, born abt 1880 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, son of Andrew and Mary Winning, living at 15 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire Joseph Winning, age 24, born abt 1857 in Carmunnock, Lanarkshire, brother of Andrew Winning, living at 15 James St , Hamilton, Lanarkshire, occupation Mason's Labourer (Transcribed from the 1881 Scotland Census)
    • Emigration: 06 Jul 1883, From Scotland to Queensland, Australia; ANGLO INDIAN 13 09 1883 Brisbane Glasgow 06 07 1883 PL M1699 (imm/118) via Cooktown & other Ports south to Brisbane [Immigrant Ships Arriving in Queensland] WINNING Andrew 32 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1 WINNING Mary 31 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING Andrew 6 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING John 8 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING James 1 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING Thomas 3 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 [Assisted Emmigration to Queensland] The Anglo Indian, from Glasgow, via ports, arrived at the gardens yesterday morning. The immigrants were transhipped and landed at the depot. The Anglo Indian will be berthed at Messrs. Parbury, Lamb, and Baft's wharf today, where she will commence discharging cargo. It should be mentioned that the Anglo-Indian, which is a vessel measuring 283ft. in length, came up the river without the assistance of a tug, under the charge of Pilot Brown, who brought her from the anchorage to her destination in the short time of one hour and forty-five minutos. The vessel has splendid steering capabilities, and came round the awkward corner at Kangaroo Point without diffiiculty. (Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier, Wednesday, October 5, 1883 The Anglo Indian, from Glasgow, via ports, arrived at the gardens yesterday morning. The immigrants were transhipped and landed at the depot. The Anglo Indian will be berthed at Messrs. Parbury, Lamb, and Baft's wharf today, where she will commence discharging cargo. It should be mentioned that the Anglo-Indian, which is a vessel measuring 283ft. in length, came up the river without the assistance of a tug, under the charge of Pilot Brown, who brought her from the anchorage to her destination in the short time of one hour and forty-five minutos. The vessel has splendid steering capabilities, and came round the awkward corner at Kangaroo Point without diffiiculty. (Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier, Wednesday, October 5, 1883"
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1905, Saltwater Creek Creek Road, Maryborough; Queensland Electoral Roll 1905 Wide Bay, Maryborough Winning, Andrew, Saltwater Creek road, blacksmith Winnng, Mary , Saltwater Creek road, home duties
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1913, Saltwater Creek Road, Maryborough; Queensland Electoral Roll 1913 Division of Wide Bay - Subdivision of Maryborough Winning, Andrew, Saltwater Creek rd, blacksmith Winning, Andrew Cairns, Creek rd., boilermaker Winning, Elizabeth, Saltwater Creek rd., housewife Winning, George Cairns, Saltwater creek rd, labourer Winning, Margret Ellen, Creek rd., home duties Winning, Mary, Saltwater Creek rd., home duties Winning, William, Saltwater Creek rd., Carter
    • Queensland Electoral Roll: 1925, Saltwater Creek Road, Maryborough; Queensland electoral Roll 1925 Division of Wide Bay - Subdivision of Maryborough Winning, Andrew, Saltwater Creek rd, blacksmith Winning, Mary, Saltwater Creek rd., home duties Winning, Florence, Creek rd. shop assistant
    • Funeral Notice: 5 Dec 1930, The Brisbane Courier, Queensland ; FUNERAL NOTICE Winning.- Friends and Relatives of Messrs. John, Andrew, James, William, George, Archie, and Charles Winning, and Families, are Invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother, Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, Mrs. Mary Winning, to move from her late residence, Kedron-avenue, Mitchelton, This (Friday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, to the Groveley Cemetery. CANNON AND CRIPPS (Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933), Friday 5 December 1930) FUNERAL NOTICE Winning.- Lodge Enoggera, No. 304, U.G.L.Q.-Ofllcers and Brethren of above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of Bro. George Winning's deceased Mother, Mrs. Mary Winning, to move from her late residence, Kedron-avenue, Mitchelton, This (Friday) Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, to the Groveley Cemetery. By order of the S.W. (Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864-1933), Friday 5 December 1930)

    Mary married Andrew Winning 05 Jun 1874, Lanark, Scotland. Andrew (son of John Winning and Isabella Henderson) was born Abt 1849, Carmunnock, Lanarkshire, Scotland; died 8 Aug 1929, Mitchelton, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried 9 Aug 1929, Grovely Cemetery, Brisbane, Queensland Australia. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. John Cairns Winning was born 12 Aug 1874, Bothell, Lanark, Scotland; died 31 Dec 1954, Queensland, Australia; was buried Bell Cemetery, Queensland, Australia.
    2. Andrew Cairns Winning was born 7 Aug 1877, Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, Scotland; died 31 Aug 1955, Queensland, Australia.
    3. Thomas Cairns Winning was born Abt 1880, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland; died 15 Oct 1921, South Townsville, Queensland, Australia.
    4. James Cairns Winning was born 26 Nov 1882, Glasgow, Scotland; died 14 Mar 1942, Kangaroo Point, Queensland, Australia; was buried 16 Mar 1942, Mt. Thompson Crematorium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    5. William Winning was born 11 Dec 1884, Queensland, Australia; died 11 May 1942, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried 12 May 1942, Toowong Cemetery, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
    6. George Doeig/Doeg Cairns Winning was born 20 Feb 1887, Queensland, Australia; died 18 Jul 1973, Queensland; was buried Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens.
    7. Archibald Cullen Winning was born 03 Oct 1889, Queensland, Australia.
    8. Charles Clarence Winning was born 21 Feb 1892, Maryborough, Queensland, Australia ; died 31 Jul 1982, Queensland; was buried Mt Thompson Memorial Gardens.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  No 879 Corporal John Cairns, 92nd Highlanders was born 3 Jun 1813, Airdrie, Lanarkshire; was christened 11 Jul 1813, Gorbals, Lanarkshire (son of John Cairns and Janet Adam); died 1884, Queensland.

    Other Events:

    • Career: 1831 - 1852, Scotland; Gibraltar Malta West Indies Ireland http://search.findmypast.com.au/record?id=gbm%2fwo97%2f1006%2f087%2f001&parentid=gbm%2fwo97%2f1006%2f844440
    • Census: 1861, Abbeygreen, Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire; John Cairns Head Married Male 46 1815 Chelsea Pensioner Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland Rosanna Cairns Wife Married Female 36 1825 - Ireland Mary Cairns Daughter - Female 9 1852 Scholar Ireland Thomas Cairns Son - Male 5 1856 Scholar Lanark, Lanarkshire, Scotland James Cairns Son - Male 2 1859 - Ireland House name Church & School Alleys Street - Parish Lesmahagow City or borough - County Lanarkshire Country Scotland Municipal ward - Parliamentary borough - Hamlet Abbeygreen Registration district Lesmahagow Enumeration district 5 Archive reference RG09
    • Immigration: 1883, From Scotland to Queensland; 06 Jul 1883 From Scotland to Queensland, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location ANGLO INDIAN 13 09 1883 Brisbane Glasgow 06 07 1883 PL M1699 (imm/118) via Cooktown & other Ports south to Brisbane [Immigrant Ships Arriving in Queensland] CAIRNS, John 70yrs CAIRNS, Kate 21yrs John was the father of Mary Winning and Kate Cairns WINNING Andrew 32 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1 WINNING Mary 31 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING Andrew 6 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING John 8 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING James 1 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 WINNING Thomas 3 Anglo Indian 13 Sep 1883 IMM/118 264 Z1960 M1699 [Assisted Emmigration to Queensland] The Anglo Indian, from Glasgow, via ports, arrived at the gardens yesterday morning. The immigrants were transhipped and landed at the depot. The Anglo Indian will be berthed at Messrs. Parbury, Lamb, and Baft's wharf today, where she will commence discharging cargo. It should be mentioned that the Anglo-Indian, which is a vessel measuring 283ft. in length, came up the river without the assistance of a tug, under the charge of Pilot Brown, who brought her from the anchorage to her destination in the short time of one hour and forty-five minutos. The vessel has splendid steering capabilities, and came round the awkward corner at Kangaroo Point without diffiiculty. (Transcribed from The Brisbane Courier, Wednesday, October 5, 1883 The Anglo Indian, from Glasgow, via ports, arrived at the gardens yesterday morning. The immigrants were transhipped and landed at the depot. The Anglo Indian will be berthed at Messrs. Parbury, Lamb, and Baft's wharf today, where she will commence discharging cargo. It should be mentioned that the Anglo-Indian, which is a vessel measuring 283ft. in length, came up the river without the assistance of a tug, under the charge of Pilot Brown, who brought her from the anchorage to her destination in the short time of one hour and forty-five minutos. The vessel has splendid steering capabilities, and came round the awkward corner at Kangaroo Point without diffiiculty. (Transcribed from "The Brisbane Courier, Wednesday, October 5, 1883"

    John married Rosana Millon / Millan 8 Sep 1846, Inverurie, Aberdeen, Scotland. Rosana was born circa 1823, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire; died 1 Aug 1879, 6 Vermont St, Kinning Park, Lanark. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Rosana Millon / Millan was born circa 1823, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire; died 1 Aug 1879, 6 Vermont St, Kinning Park, Lanark.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1861, Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, Scotland; John Cairns Head Married Male 46 1815 Chelsea Pensioner Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland Rosanna Cairns Wife Married Female 36 1825 - Ireland Mary Cairns Daughter - Female 9 1852 Scholar Ireland Thomas Cairns Son - Male 5 1856 Scholar Lanark, Lanarkshire, Scotland James Cairns Son - Male 2 1859 - Ireland House name Church & School Alleys Street - Parish Lesmahagow City or borough - County Lanarkshire Country Scotland Municipal ward - Parliamentary borough - Hamlet Abbeygreen Registration district Lesmahagow Enumeration district 5 Archive reference RG09

    Children:
    1. Janet Cairns was born 7 Jan 1847, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire; was christened 17 Feb 1847, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire.
    2. John Cairns was born circa 1849; died 1901, Queensland.
    3. 1. Mary Cairns was born Abt 1852, Carlow, Ireland; died 4 Dec 1930, Mitchelton, , Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; was buried 5 Dec 1930, Grovely Cemetery, Brisbane, Queensland Australia.
    4. Thomas Cairns was born 23 Apr 1856, Lesmahagow, Lanark.
    5. James Cairns was born 1859, Ireland, raised in Scotland; died 3 Jan 1940, Bundaberg, Queensland.
    6. Catherine Cairns was born 18 Apr 1862, Lesmahagow, Lanark; died 1925, Queensland.
    7. Andrew Cairns was born 26 Oct 1865, Lesmahagow, Lanark.
    8. Elizabeth Cairns was born 1869, Lesmahagow, lanark.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Cairns

    John married Janet Adam [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Janet Adam
    Children:
    1. Thomas Cairns was born 9 Mar 1798, Airdrie, Lanarkshire; was christened 1 Apr 1798, Old Monkland, Lanarkshire.
    2. Mary Cairns was born 10 Jan 1803, Airdrie, Lanarkshire; was christened 30 Jan 1803, Barony, Lanarkshire.
    3. Elizabeth Cairns was born 21 Mar 1805, Airdrie, Lanarkshire; was christened 24 Mar 1805, Old Monkland, Lanarkshire.
    4. Janet Cairns was born 10 Oct 1807, Airdrie, Old Monkland, Lanark; was christened 18 Oct 1907, Old Monkland, Lanark.
    5. James Cairns was born 16 Oct 1809, Muirkirk, Ayr; was christened 5 Nov 1809, Muirkirk, Ayr.
    6. Agnes Cairns was born 20 Mar 1811, Muirkirk, Ayr; was christened 31 Mar 1811, Muirkirk, Ayr.
    7. 2. No 879 Corporal John Cairns, 92nd Highlanders was born 3 Jun 1813, Airdrie, Lanarkshire; was christened 11 Jul 1813, Gorbals, Lanarkshire; died 1884, Queensland.
    8. Bethea Cairns was born 5 Oct 1815, Airdrie, Lanarkshire; was christened 15 Oct 1815, Old Monkland, Lanarkshire.


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