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3001 was born in Douglas, but, has spent most of his life at Peel, carrying on a most successful business as butcher, both in Peel and Douglas. He is now in partnership with Mr James Clinton as a corn and seed merchant. He is also a practical farmer, being one of the largest rent payers of the district. He occupies the estate of Ballawattleworth and other lands, and has been a successful exhibitor at the Agricultural Shows for many years. Since his election to the House of Keys in 1916, he has served on the Board of Agriculture and the Harbour Board. He has taken an active interest in the local public life in Peel, and for many years was chairman of the defunct Western District Higher Education Board, and of the Peel School Board. Mr Dalgleish is one of the strongest champions of the Temperance cause to be found in the Legislature. He is an ardent Primitive Methodist, having filled most of the Positions open to laymen - including that of representative of the Liverpool District, to which the Isle of Man belongs, to the Annual Conference of the Church. [1925] Dalgleish, Frank Samuel (I4184)
 
3002 Washington Death Index shows age as 99
Social Security Death index shows born 10 November 1876 
Dalgliesh, Walter (I6038)
 
3003 Washington State Archives, Olympia, Washington - Ancestry Source (S3234)
 
3004 WATSON Elizabeth Peart of 328 Hagley-road Birmingham widow died 19 June 1919 at the Grand Hotel Eastbourne Probate Birmingham 26 July to Sidney Charles Watson managing director. Effects £4845 9s 1d. Dalgleish, Elizabeth Peart (I176)
 
3005 Website mackaywarhistory.weebly.com Source (S3410)
 
3006 Wedding certificate shows place as Francis Street, New Langholm Family F608
 
3007 Went missing 6 December 1877, found dead 8 December 1877 in River Cart near Rosshill Bridge. Informant: Thos. Dalgliesh, Son, 101 High Street, Paisley. Dalgleish, Thomas (I11387)
 
3008 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Employer
Whether Working at Home: At Home 
Dalgleish, George William (I4179)
 
3009 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Employer
Whether Working at Home: At Home 
Dalgleish, Luther Rous (I10352)
 
3010 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Employer Dalgliesh, Jonathan Edward (I2)
 
3011 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Employer Dalglish, Alexander (I7852)
 
3012 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Own Account
Whether Working at Home: At Home 
Dalgliesh, John Brown (I3222)
 
3013 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Own Account
Whether Working at Home: At Home 
McKay, Alexander Dippie (I10044)
 
3014 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Own Account Dalgliesh, John James (I66)
 
3015 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Own Account Dalgleish, John (I206)
 
3016 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Own Account Pare, Merab Jane (I255)
 
3017 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Own Account Dalgliesh, William (I5594)
 
3018 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Dalgliesh, Albert Gladstone (I109)
 
3019 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Dalgleish, George (I825)
 
3020 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Dalglish, Joseph (I1502)
 
3021 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Smith, Margaret (I1513)
 
3022 Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker Dalgleish, Simon (I6791)
 
3023 Whether Working at Home: At Home Davey, Florence Julia (I207)
 
3024 Widower at time of marriage to Agnes - previous marriage to Elizabeth Cranston 1913? Holmes, Simpson (I14101)
 
3025 Wife Alice I Dalgliesh 1900-1973? Dalgliesh, Edgar Wesley (I3463)
 
3026 wife also shown as Wiggs Stapledon in index Dalglish, Douglas Robin (I657)
 
3027 Wife Grace is shown as widow in 1881 census Brown, Alexander (I13566)
 
3028 Wife Magdalene is shown as Widow in 1901 census McArthur, Malcolm (I14340)
 
3029 Wife Margaret is shown as Widow in 1901 census Dalgliesh, Andrew (I2978)
 
3030 wife Thelma? Dalgliesh, Robert Royal (I4781)
 
3031 Wife/partner Cox? - 3 children Dalgleish, Desmond Alexander (I3258)
 
3032 wife/partner Stearman or Wright? - 4 children Dalgleish, Barry Malcolm (I3259)
 
3033 Will was the local blacksmith in Lower Lake, an immigrant from Scotland around 1900. He fell in love with and married Ruth Hesse, who helped her Mother run the Eureka Hotel. They had three children, Harold, June and C Edwin. He died from cancer in 1918 leaving Ruth a young widow with three young children. [Clarice Snyder nee Dalgleish, Find A Grave] Dalgleish, William Douglas (I5293)
 
3034 William Affleck Dalgleish was born on 3 December 1914 in Inverness. From August 1934 to September 1936 he was articled to William John Taylor of Carruthers, Ballantyne Cox & Taylor, Inverness and during this period he commenced the diploma course at the School of Architecture in Aberdeen. In June 1939 was awarded his diploma. The following month he became an assistant in the office of John Brown Nicol but was called up for military service in 1940 and served with the Royal Engineers. He was admitted ARIBA in 1942 at which time he was still with the Royal Engineers. His proposers were William John Taylor, John G Marr and John Alistair Ross. [scottisharchitects.org.uk]

In 1950-51 he gave his address as 18 Rubislaw Terrace, Aberdeen which may have been both his home and his office. He retired from a post in the City Architects Department, Aberdeen in 1979. 
Dalgleish, William Affleck (I17350)
 
3035 William D. Daglish, of 23 Eighth Street, Youngsville, passed away Friday, February 19, 2010.

William was born in Waterford, on April 29, 1928, a son of the late Violet (Munger) and William D. Daglish. He served in the U.S. Navy. He was employed as a Press Operator at National Forge Co. in Irvine for 33 years.

William is survived by his wife, Elsie, two daughters, Barb (Tom) Smith, and Carolyn Carter; two sisters, Patty Lou (Robert) Troxell and Natlie May Smith; 3 grandchildren, Troy and Wendy Carter and kids Jordan, Josh, Kristen & Katelyn Carter; Tracy and Dewy VanEvery and kids Jolyn, Hillery & McKenzie VanEvery; Todd and Lori Carter and kids, Mitchell & Baileigh Carter.

He was preceded in death by a grandson, Troy Carter.

Family will receive friends at McKinney Funeral Homes and Cremation Services, Youngsville, from 122 pm on Tuesday where a funeral service will be held at 2 pm with Rev. Marcus Briggs officiating and burial will follow in Wrightsville Cemetery.

The Times Observer, February 22 2010 
Dalglish, William D (I5642)
 
3036 William Dalgleish's father was Robert Dalgleish, the Sixth Laird of Tinnygask. William Dalgleish was born April 8 and baptized June 19 1801. He then immagrated to Canada, Binbrook, Ontario. Dalgleish, William Cowie (I3270)
 
3037 William Henry? - see CWGC details for death of son Walter Edward Dalgleish, William (I4294)
 
3038 William is a Widower in 1871 census Ormiston, Jane (I5321)
 
3039 William is shown as born in England. One interesting theory from Pete Baugh is that he may have been in service at St. James's Palce in London before moving to Edinburgh - see below. There is a birth and baptism of a William Dalgliesh at the Swallow Street Chapel in St. James - William Son of John Dalgliesh & Isabel his wife was born the 1 Jno in James Street Manchester Square in the Parish of St. Marylebone & Baptised this Day 21 April 1782.

"I believe that William began in service at the Royal palace of Holyrood around the year of 1822, having previously been engaged in England . The palace had not been visited by a reigning monarch for many years when in 1822, King George IV made a historic visit. The visit was a very public, lavish, and much reported event. To this day two of Edinburgh ’s major streets are named George St and George IV Bridge . Reports tell how the King brought a vast retinue of staff with him, and fell in love with most things Scottish, and especially Holyrood Palace . George, ofcourse, was based in London , but NOT at Buckingham Palace . This was before Buckingham House had been converted into a full time monarch’s palace. He stayed at St’ James’ Palace as his predecessors had. And what lies approximately 2000 feet from St James’ Palace?……… the Swallow St Scotch Church! Is it possible that William’s family had been in service to the royal family in London when he was born, and he had followed in the family tradition, travelling with the retinue to Edinburgh in 1822 where he remained once King George IV had decided that Holyrood should become a more regularly visited Royal palace?" [Pete Baugh, 2008]
 
Dalglish, William (I8339)
 
3040 William James Dalgleish b 2/11/1861 Binbrook d. 1/11/1940 Dalgleish, William Cowie (I3265)
 
3041 WILLIAMS Alice Mary of 97 Eaton-place London S.W.1 widow died 22 October 1940 at Courtlands Nursing Home Liberty-lane Addlestone Surrey Probate Llandudno 9 April to Freke Bulkeley Wynne Williams captain H.M. army amd Philip Valentine Rising chartered accountant. Effects £272 7s 1d. Hemsley, Alice Mary (I7684)
 
3042 WILLIAMS-DALGLEISH - Jan. 4, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, R.W. Williams, Esq., of Bedford-place, Russell-square, to Rebecca Collett, daughter of the late R. Dalgleish, Esq., of Ruddosh, Stirlingshire, and Bloomsbury-place, London. Family F2401
 
3043 Wintnesses: John Stewart, Lilias Cranston Family F4951
 
3044 with Christopher Storrar (brother), farmer Storrar, Isabella (I7673)
 
3045 with Christopher Storrar (brother), farmer Storrar, Isabella (I7673)
 
3046 Witness at marriage of sister Janet Davidson Dalgleish Dalgleish, May Bell (I11461)
 
3047 Witness Jean S. Dalgleish Family F4598
 
3048 Witness on father's death certificate Dalgleish, William (I6795)
 
3049 Witness: Agnes Foreman Dalgleish, 5 Logie Green Rd., Edinburgh Family F4924
 
3050 Witness: Andrew Dalgleish Family F2031
 

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