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Robert Hood Haggie (1809-1866)

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Robert Hood Haggie (1809-1866) of R. Hood Haggie and Son

c1809 Born the son of David Haggie (1782-1851)

1861 Living at Willington Villa, Willington: Robert H. Haggie (age 51 born Newcastle), Rope manufacturer. With his wife Elizabeth Haggie (age 49 born Newcastle) and their ten children; Elizabeth Haggie (age 27 born Gateshead), Hemp manufacturer's Agent; Robert H. Haggie (age 23 born Gateshead), Rope Manufacturer Master employing 8 men, 10 boys, 20 females; Agnes K. Haggie (age 19 born Gateshead), Rope Manufacturer's Assistant; William S. Haggie (age 17 born Gateshead); Rope Manufacturer's General Clerk; Henry J. Haggie (age 15 born Wallsend)Rope Manufacturer's General Clerk; Emily J. Haggie (age 13 born Wallsend); Selina Haggie (age 11 born Wallsend); Stevenson Haggie (age 9 born Wallsend); Charles A. Haggie (age 6 born Newcastle); Arthur J. Haggie (age 4 born Newcastle). One servant.[1]

1866 March 8th. Died. Of Park Road, Newcastle, and of Willington. Probate to his widow Elizabeth Haggie

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  1. 1861 Census