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John Grinton

Generation 7

Birth

Marriage

Death

1841 Census

1851 Census

1861 Census

1871 Census

1881 Census

1891 Census

1901 Census

1911

Census

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I became aware of John Grinton through his daughter Margaret Grinton's birth record, which showed her parents as John Grinton and Christian Low. Unfortunately, I have been unable to find any direct records for John - Birth, Marriage or Death - and nor have I found him in the 1841 Census, suggesting he had died by then. What I do have and what confirms their existence are the birth records of their children.

KEY EVENTS AND DATES

14th November 1792

John's daughter, Helen was born in Cramond. At this stage I have not obtained the actual record, but the summary indicates her parents were John Grinton and Christian Low.


14th November 1794

John's son, David was born in Cramond. At this stage I do not have have not obtained the actual record, but the summary indicates his parents were John Grinton and Christian Low.


10th April1797

John's son, James was born in Cramond. At this stage I have not obtained the actual record, but the summary indicates his parents were John Grinton and Christian Low.


13th August 1799

John's daughter, Margaret Grinton, was born in Upper Cramond. Her parents were recorded as John Grinton and Christian Low. She was baptised on the 27th August 1799 and this was witnessed by David Low and someone else whose name is missing from the record.


View the record.


19th January 1827

John's daughter Margaret married Robert Bigley  in Cramond. The actual entry was:


Cramond - January 19 1827

This day Rob't Bigley and Marg't Grinton both is this Parish gave in their names

for proclamation in order to marriage & being regularly proclaimed were married.


1841 to 1851

John's daughter, Margaret was recorded in the 1841 Census, so was alive at that point. However, in the 1851 Census her husband, Robert Bigley is recorded as a "Widower", so Margaret must have died in this period, although I cannot find a record of her death.

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