|Born :||Abt 1849||Wick, Caithness, Scotland||-|
|Died :||10 Jan 1895||Wick, Caithness, Scotland||-|
|Buried :||12 Jan 1895||Wick Cemetry, Caithness, Scotland||-|
|Addresses : During the 1881 census, 20 Grant St, Wick|
|Notes : 1851 census listing from Wick parish, Pulteneytown|
schedule: 82 Address:45 Grant Street
30th March 1851
Rel. M Age Occ Where born
George Gunn Head Marr. 56 fisherman Caithness, Wick
Catherine Gunn Wife Marr. 44 " "
Andrew son 17 " "
George son 10 school " "
Hariot(female) dau 8 " " "
Alexander son 5 " " "
Catherine dau 6m " "
Dwelling: 20 Grant Street
Census Place: Wick, Caithness, Scotland
Source: FHL Film 0203403 GRO Ref Volume 043 EnumDist 7 Page 65
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Alexr. GUNN M 32 M Wick, Caithness, Scotland
Barbara GUNN M 32 F Dunnet, Caithness, Scotland
Janet M. GUNN U 12 F Dunnet, Caithness, Scotland
George GUNN 10 M Wick, Caithness, Scotland
Andrewina GUNN 9 F Wick, Caithness, Scotland
Alexander GUNN 8 M Wick, Caithness, Scotland
William GUNN 6 M Wick, Caithness, Scotland
James I. GUNN 2 M Wick, Caithness, Scotland
NRH - 1868 Deaths in the district of Wick in the county of Caithness, Alexander Gunn, fisherman, married to Barbara Sinclair on the 10th January 1895 at 28 Grant Street, Pulteneytown, age 47 years, son of George Gunn, fisherman (dec) and Catherine Gunn ms Bain (dec) informant: George Gunn son.
NRH - 1928 Deaths in the district of Wick in the county of Caithness, Barbara Gunn, widow of Alexander Gunn, carter, on 13th September 1928 at 23 Grant Street, Wick, aged 81, daughter of George Sinclair, farmer (dec) and Jessie S ms McKenzie (dec) informant: G Gunn, 42 Vansittert Street Wick.
|George Gunn||Catherine Bain|
|08 May 1868 - Barbara Sinclair||
20 Oct 1868 - (Jessie) Janet McKenzie Gunn
03 Aug 1870 - George Gunn
03 Jan 1872 - Andrewina Gunn
28 Mar 1873 - Alexander Gunn
01 Jan 1875 - William Gunn
25 Nov 1876 - James Gunn
1879 - James I Gunn
29 Jul 1881 - Catherine Gunn
17 Aug 1883 - Edward H Gunn
12 Mar 1885 - Robert Gunn
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