Archibald Littlejohn Hugh McLetchie James Jamieson McLetchie Jessie Young McLetchie James Frame Jessie Nellie Young Mini tree diagram

Marion Paterson Littlejohn

about 18601 - 4th Jun 19383

Life History

about 1860

Born in Wishaw, Lanarkshire.1


Resident in 196 Stewarton Street, Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire.2


Occupation Servant.1


Resident in 383 Duke Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow.1


Occupation Housekeeper.3


Resident in 52 Maxwell Drive, Glasgow.3

26th Jul 1887

Married Hugh McLetchie in 52 Maxwell Drive, Glasgow.3

24th May 1888

Birth of son James Jamieson McLetchie in 175 Gallowgate, Glasgow.3

18th Apr 1892

Birth of daughter Jessie Young McLetchie in 175 Gallowgate, Glasgow.3

1st Jul 1896

Death of Hugh McLetchie in 175 Gallowgate, Glasgow.3


Occupation Baker.4


Resident in 6 Little Dovehill, Blackfriars, Glasgow.4


Resident in 122 Balgray Hill Road, Glasgow.3

4th Jun 1938

Died in 133 Balornock Road, Glasgow.3

Cellulitis of scalp, Diabeties Melitis

Other facts


Married James Frame


  • 1881 Census records Marion Paterson Littlejohn as the servant of James Jameson a baker, age 63, born in Coatbridge and Janet McLetchie a bakers wife age 51 born in Old Cumnock.

    Cellulitis is an inflammation of the connective tissue underlying the skin, caused by a bacterial infection.
    Diabetics are more prone to cellulitis because of impairment of the immune system.

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