James Sinton 1872 - 1923
Headstone in Cadder Cemetery, Lanarkshire
Photograph © Sinton Family Trees, June 2006
1893 Railway Labourer - from marriage certificate.
1894 Railway Labourer - from son Wm John birth certificate.
1895 Railway Labourer - from son James birth certificate.
1898 Railway Signal Fitter - from son David birth certificate.
1901 Railway Signal Fitter - from son Robert birth certificate.
1905 Railway Joiner (Journeyman) - from daughter Alice birth certificate.
1923 Joiner (Journeyman) - from death certificate.
Living at 59 Dunn Street, Glasgow at time of marriage.
Died at Weir's Place, Auchinairn, Lanarkshire, Scotland at 8:20 AM.
Registered by his son John, of 111 Auchinairn Road, Auchinairn, who was present.
The family were living at 162 Boden Street, Glasgow at the time of the 1901 census, but because the S of Sinton was interpreted as an L, a search for Sinton returns nil. GROS are aware and will rectify the mistake.
[RFSS 12 Nov 2002]
The above record has now been corrected by GROS.
[RFSS Jun 2006]
A check on the 1891 census for James Sinton in Glasgow returns nil, so it would appear that he did not go to Scotland until after this date.
[RFSS Jan 2004]
He is buried in Cadder Cemetery, Lanarkshire in plot number 1299. From his headstone he spent 31 years as a joiner in the Signal Department of the North British Railway. This would place him in Scotland around 1892, aged 20, and possibly this was his only employer.
The North British Railway was a Scottish railway company that was absorbed into the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923. It operated services between Waverley station, Edinburgh and Queen Street station in Glasgow.
Boden Street, Glasgow where five of the first six children were born still exists but there are nolonger any houses. The street is now occupied by a number of industrial units.
[RFSS Jun 2006]
1901 Census record taken on Sunday, 31 March.
Residents of 162 Boden Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
|1||Sinton ||James ||M||28||Head||Married||Railway Joiner||Ireland|
|3||Sinton||William J||M||7||Son ||-||Scholar||Glasgow|
[RFSS Nov 2010]
1911 Census record taken on Sunday 2nd April.
Residents of 20 Weir's Place, Auchinairn, Lanarkshire, Scotland
| ||Name & Surname||Persons|
|5||Daniel Thomas Sinton||-||Son||M||12||Single||-||-||-|
| ||Personal Occupation||Industry or Service||Employer,|
|1||Railway Joiner||Railway Company||Worker||-||Ireland|
|3||Porter on Railway||Railway Company||Worker||-||Lanarkshire, Glasgow|
|4||Engine Cleaner||Railway Company||Worker||-||Dumbartonshire, Kirkintilloch|
[RFSS Apr 2011]
Married at 62 Harvie Street, Glasgow after Publication according to the Forms of the Church of Scotland.
James's address given as 59 Durin Street, Glasgow.
Emma's address given as 62 Harvie Street, Glasgow.
Witnesses Alexander Elliott and Hannah Everton.
James's mother's maiden name is given as Grinlee, which equates to the local pronunciation of the surname Greenlee in her home townland of Marlacoo, Co. Armagh, Ireland.
[RFSS Aug 2005]
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||Birth Registration - Ireland Births and Baptisms, 1620-1881 - James Sinton born 26 January 1872 in Co. Armagh, Ireland, United Kingdom - Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C01237-5, System Origin: Ireland-EASy, Source Film Number: 255839, Reference Number: v 1-1 p 260 - BR1872-26-01-JS
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||Death Registration - General Register Office for Scotland, United Kingdom - GROS-D1923-626-A1-0018
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||Cemetery Marker - Headstone, Cadder Cemetery, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom - H1923-12-05-JS
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||Marriage Certificate - Register of Marriages for the District of Bridgeton in the Burgh of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom this 3rd day of January 1894 - MC1893-29-12-JS-EE