Further Details of William and Euphemia Dickson's other children
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George, born 22nd September 1826 in Hyn Greenwood, Melrose
George married Jane Moodie 12 February 1858, Lilliesleaf, Roxburghshire and had (at least) the following children : -
And for the 1881 census was at Abbotrule Cottage, Southdean, Roxburghshire.
1881 Census (4th. April) Southdean (806) Book 3. Page 6.
Abbotrule Cottage, Melrose, Roxburghshire
|George Dickson||Head||58||Groom||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|Jane Dickson||Wife||47||Lilliesleaf, Roxburghshire|
|Janet Dickson||Daughter||18||Grooms daughter||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|Thomas Dickson||Son||14||Farm Servant||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|Jane Dickson||Daughter||12||Scholar||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|George Dickson||Son||10||Scholar||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|Jemima Dickson||Daughter||7||Scholar||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|Elizabeth Dickson||Daughter||6||Scholar||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|Helen Dickson||Daughter||4||Southdean, Roxburghshire|
|William Wilson||Lodger||45||General labourer||Kelso, Roxburghshire|
Margaret, born 31st August 1828 in Melrose
Margaret remained single up to aged 56 (1881) at least when she was living with her sister Euphemia at Ladhope Bank Cottage, Melrose, where she was recorded as a "Housekeeper".(See following census for Euphemia Dickson and Alexander Black.)
Elizabeth, born 1830/31 in Roxburghshire (Not in O.P.R.)
Elizabeth married George Dodds, 12th January 1855, Melrose, Roxburghshire and had (at least) the following children : -
The childrem marked * appear in the 1881 census living with their Aunt Euphemia for the 1881 census(See following census for Euphemia Dickson and Alexander Black.) It may be that both Elizabeth Dickson and George Dodds died prior to 1881 as they cannot be found in the 1881 census index for the entire U.K. Georgina their daughter who would have been 10 is also missing so may have died in infancy.
Walter, born 1832/32 in Roxburghshire (Not in O.P.R.)
Walter remained single up to aged 46 (1881) at least when he was living with his sister Euphemia at Ladhope Bank Cottage, Melrose, where he was recorded as an "Agricultural labourer ". (See following census for Euphemia Dickson and Alexander Black.)
Euphemia, baptised 31st August 1839 in Melrose
Euphemia married Alexander Black, 2nd March 1866, Galashiels, Selkirkshire and had (at least) the following children : -
and for the 1881 census was at Ladhope Bank Cottage, Melrose
1881 Census (3rd. April) Hawick (776-B) Book 6. Page 16.
Ladhope Bank Cottage, Melrose, Selkirkshire
|Alexander Black||Head||40||Coachman||Kelso, Roxburghshire|
|Euphemia Black||Wife||40||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|Euphemia Black||Daughter||14||Winder woolen||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|William Black||Son||10||Scholar||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|Susan Black||Daughter||8||Scholar||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|James Black||Son||5||Scholar||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|Maggie Black||Daughter||2||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|Margaret Dickson||Sister in law - single||56||Housekeeper||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|Walter Dickson||Brother in law - single||46||Agricultural labourer||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|William Dickson||Nephew||23||Wool dyer||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|James Dodds||Nephew||20||Woolen weaver||Stow, Edinburghshire|
|Euphemia Dodds||Niece||17||Woolen birler||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|Maggie Dodds||Niece||15||Woolen winder||Stow, Edinburghshire|
|Walter Dodds||Nephew||12||Scholar||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
For the census of 1901 the widowed Euphemia was living at 21 Highbuckholmside in Galashiels.
1901 Census (1 April) Galashiels (775) Book 25 Page 2
21 Highbuckholmside, Galashiels, Selkirkshire
|Euphemia Black||Head||60||Melrose, Roxburghshire|
|James Black||Son||25||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|Maggie Black||Daughter||22||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
|Elizabeth Black||Daughter||18||Galashiels, Selkirkshire|
I believe Euphemia died in 1913 in Galashiels, Selkirkshire.