List of pensioners 1932 - The Nine Incorporated Trades Of Dundee

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List of pensioners 1932
In Nine Trades Metal Box held in Dundee City Archives.
BONNETMAKERS
New Applicant
Mrs M. A. Lindsay, Age 85. Widow of Robert Lindsay (1898). Has one unmarried daughter and no source of
income.
Members
William Menzies
William Mitchell
James Duncan
J. C. Crabbe
Widows
James Thomson
Helen Johnstone
Mrs Porter
Jeannie McInnes
Minnie Young
Christina Mackenzie
Helen Rollo
Maud M. Williams
Wilhelmina Rollo
Mary Hurrie
E. A. Ferguson
M. G. Kidd
Daughters
Miss E. N. Warden
Miss M. E. Norrie
Miss H. S. Norrie
Miss C. S. Duncan
Miss M. B., Robertson
Miss Stirling
Miss Samson
Miss Shaw
DYERS
None
GLOVERS
Mrs Margaret R. Stewart, 61, Provost Road, Dundee
FLESHERS
New Applicants
Mrs Margaret M. Moir. Widow of John Moir (1927). Has two children, a boy aged 12 years and a girl aged 9 years.
Estimated income from her said husband’s estate, yearly £80. Income from her own estate yearly, £7. Total income
£87.
Mr James Key, Iffley, Sask, Canada.
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Sirs, I beg to make application through the General Fund Court of the Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee for
assistance. I am not physically fit to earn my own living to support my wife and family of five dependent children. I
was in Hospital in Saskatoon, Sask, Canada last year for examination the result of which was: - Chronic Bronchitis,
Right lung affected, Vericose Veins, Dislocated Cartlage in Right knee. I had to give up my business two years ago
and have done only a few odd jobs since. With some help I can get a small farm which would enable me to make a
living and a home, our winter is very long and severe and o would have to get my house built as soon as possible.
My Wife and I were born in Dundee and lived their until coming to Canada twenty years ago. My Wife is the
Daughter of Mrs D. L. Wilson, Butcher, Dundee who will be glad to give any further information required. Trusting
you will give this your kind consideration.
I am yours truly (Signed) James Key.
William Allan, 4, Gardiners Lane, Lochee Road, Dundee. Aged 59. A member of the Flesher trade since 1916 he
now suffers from Rheumatics. He has an income of 10/- per week and Interest of £2.10/- per annum.
Mrs Margaret Milne Grant or Moir. Age 51. Widow of John Moir (1927). In reduced circumstances owing to the
death of her husband the said John Moir whereby her means of subsistence have been very substantially reduced
and she has been left with two children, one aged 12 years and the other aged 9 years, who require to be
maintained and educated and she is thereby unable to earn a subsistence. Her estimated income from her said
husbands Estate – yearly £80 and Income from her own Estate yearly £7. Total income £87.
Members
James Miller
Wm. Allan
Widows
Mrs Jessie Morris
Mrs J. smith
Mrs Jessie M’Lean
Mrs Jessie Lawson
Mrs M. Piggot
Son
James Key
Daughters
James Baxter
Jennie R. Smith
Anne Niven
M. Graham
TAILORS
C. P. Young. Member
Mrs Margaret Young, Widow
Miss Annie Hill, Daughter.
Miss Marion Young, Daughter
Miss Charlotte Young, Daughter.
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WEAVERS
Mrs G. A. Fairweather, Widow
Miss Christiana Baxter, Daughter.
Miss Margaret S. Jack, Daughter
SHOEMAKERS
Mrs Agnes M’Gowan, Widow 6, Garland Place.
BAKERS
David Law Paterson, 25 Ancrum Road, Dundee. Age 64. Member since 1925. Suffering from Rheumatroid
Arthritis in all my joints since for this part six years. Income 3/- per week from A. O. F. Interest on £300 in War
Loan.
Members
James Ramsay, 3, Bank Street, Lochee
James Bruce, 70, church Street, Dundee.
Widows
Mrs B. C. Kidd, 50 Ferguson Avenue Milngavie, near Glasgow.
Mrs Mary S. Bruce, 59, constitution Road, Dundee.
Mrs Florence M’Nab, c/o Mrs Gibson, Westoe, Kinton Bank Foot, near Newcastle-on- Tyne.
Mrs Margaret Anderson, 8, Eden Street, Dundee
Mrs Mary J. Durkie, Mill of Mains, By Dundee.
Daughters
Miss Rankin Macdonald, 36, Molyneux Street, Edgeware Road, London W. 1.
Miss Jane N. Reid, The Moorland, Balmossie Street, Barnhill.
Miss Elizabeth N. Reid
do.
Miss Jane Grindlay, 2, Stevenson Street, Lochee.
Miss Jessie J. Robertson, 31 Seymour Street, Dundee.
HAMMERMEN
Miss Elizabeth Dick, 55, Princes Street, Perth. Aged 59. General nervous debility. Father John Dick (1874).
No Income.
Daughters
Mary Jane Low.
Rebecca B. Watson
Bakers
Cordiners
Glovers
Tailors
Bonnetmakers
Fleshers
Hammermen
Weavers
10½
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1
3½
21
10½
1½
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51
178.10. 0
17. 0. 0
17. 0. 0
59.10. 0
357. 0. 0
178.10. 0
25.10. 0
34. 0. 0
867. 0. 0
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Innes A. Duffus
Archivist of the Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee.
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