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Archibald Fairlie

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Archibald Fairlie (1833- )

c.1833 Born in Glasgow the son of Archibald Fairlie, an Engineer. Presumably brother of Robert Fairlie

1851 An iron smith, living in Swindon with his parents Archebald Fairlie 54, an iron smith, and Margaret Fairlie 54[1]

1861 Late Inspector of Bridges for the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway

1862 Birth of son Robert Francis Simpson Fairlie in Pancras, London[2]

1866 of 56 Gracechurch Street, London.[3]

1881 Archibald Fairlie 49, civil engineer, living in Clapham, London, with Anne Fairlie 50, Ada M. Fairlie 20, Robert F. Fairlie 18, mechanical engineer[4]

1891 Archibald Fairlie 58, civil engineer, living in Clapham, London with Anna Fairlie 60, Frank Fairlie 28, William H Fairlie 22[5]

1901 Married for second time

1911 Living at 43 Wellington Road, St John's Wood, London: Archibald Fairlie (age 79 born Glasgow), Civil Engineer and director. With his wife Emma Margaret Helen Fairlie 60[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906
  3. The Engineer 1866/07/27
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1911 census