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Thomas Stevenson

Boiler Fireman
Birthplace Gretna ScotlandPlace of Death Gretna Scotland Date of Birth: November 21, 1889 Date of Death: December 20, 1957



DoB 21st November 1889

Place of birth Gretna, Dumfriesshire

Parents Thomas & Elizabeth

Parental Home Sprinfield, Gretna

Siblings Isabella, John, Joseph, James, Margaret, David, George, Catherine,
Elizabeth, Mary, Arthur & Albert

Spouse Eva Mary Dixon

Date of Wedding 16 June 1911

Location Springfield, Gretna

Children Elizabeth Cartnor (19 April 1911), Jane McVitie (25 May 1913)
Isabella Jane and Joseph – twins- (28 March 1916), Ramsay (15 Feb 1920)

Marital home(s) Springfield, Gretna (see below for Gretna Addresses)

Employment Working at Moss Litter Factory

1911 Census Showed parents 25 years married, 13 children all still alive, males worked
at local Moss Litter site

Date of death 20 December 1957 Location Gretna
Buried 26 December 1957 – Rigg Cemetery

Gretna details

Name Thomas STEVENSON Clock No

Date joining

Date leaving


Addresses 1920 – G East 3, 1925 – L West 9, 1930 – Union Road – all in Gretna

Additional information

Thomas is shown on 1916 birth cert for the twins as General Labourer, and on the valuation
rolls as ‘Fireman’. These are for 1920, 1925 and 1930.
However on Ramsay’s birth certificate Thomas is shown as Boiler Fireman and given his
address and dates he can only have been working at either the Power Station or one of the
Boiler Houses at the laundry, bakery or kitchens located in Gretna Township.

As Thomas could have been attached to the Auxiliary fire team within the township or one
Of the volunteer sections, we are keeping his file open.

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