Margaret was born on 14 FEB 1801 in Shieldhill, Polmont, Stirlingshire, Scotland, the daughter of John Hotchkiss and Helen Henderson.
She died on 6 SEP 1858 in Carronshore, Larbert, Stirlingshire, Scotland.
She had two marriages/partners. Her first husband was John Allan, who she married on 24 FEB 1822 in Larbert, Scotland. Their only known child was Helen (c1822-1862).
Her second husband was Robert Hunter, who she married on 23 APR 1837 in Larbert, Carronshore, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Their four known children were John (1837-1861), Robert (1839-?), Margaret (c1843-?) and Elizabeth Allan (c1847-1927).
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|Birth||14 FEB 1801||
|Death||6 SEP 1858||
|Christening||22 FEB 1801||
!Source: scotlandspeople.gov.uk OPR Births & Baptisms
94 22/02/1801 HOTCHKIS MARGARET JOHN HOTCHKIS/HELEN HENDERSON FR212 (FR212) F POLMONT /STIRLING 487/00 0010 0413
!Source: Old Parish Register Banns & Marriages
Date Surname Forename Spouse Name/Frame No Sex Parish City/County
24/02/1822 ALLAN JOHN MARGARET HOTCHKIS M Larbert /STIRLING
23/04/1837 HUNTER ROBERT MARGARET HOTCHKIS M Larbert /STIRLING
!Source: Old Parish Register Births/Christenings, General Register Office for Scotland, http://subscribers.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/.
1858 Deaths in the Parish of Larbert in the County of Stirling
Hunter, Margaret, (Widow of a Coal Miner)
died 1858 September Sixth 9 h. 15 ms AM Caronshore,
Female, age 56 years
Father: John Huskie, Coal Miner (Deceased)
Mother: Helen Huskie, Maiden Name: Henderson (Deceased)
Cause of death: Consumption Seven Years, As Certified by James Girdwood, Surgeon (more text?)
Buried: Parish Churchyard of Larbert As Certified by Sheriff? McDougal Undertaker
Informant: John Hunter, Son (Present)
Registered: 1858 September 6th at Carron, James Mitchell, Registrar.
!Source: a transcript of the 1851 Larbert census, provided by Isabelle Alaban
Hunter Robert 58 m STI Carronhall 1888
Hunter Margaret 50 f STI Carronhall 1885
Hunter John 13 m STI Carronhall 1883
Hunter Margaret 7 f STI Carronhall 1884
Hunter Elizabeth 3 f STI Carronhall 1878