M, b. circa 1869
|Charts||Descendants of Matthew Gardner and Margaret Martin|
|Birth*||John Canning was born circa 1869.1|
|Occupation*||He was an iron moulder circa 1896 at Lanarkshire, Scotland.1|
|Residence*||He lived before 9 October 1896 at Dykehead, Shotts, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1|
|Marriage*||He married Ann Cooper Hepburn, daughter of James Hepburn and Mary McGrogan, on 9 October 1896 at Stane, Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1|
|(Informant) Death||John Canning was listed as an informant on the death certificate of James Hepburn on 10 June 1903 at Glen Road, Cambusnethan, Lanarkshire, Scotland.2,3|
|Ann Cooper Hepburn b. 4 Aug 1875|
|Last Edited||21 Feb 2012|
- [S1024] Scotland, marriage certificate for John Canning and Annie Cooper Hepburn, 09 October 1896; digital image, ScotlandsPeople (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk : accessed 21 February 2012); citing statutory marriages 626/0B 0024, Lanarkshire, Calderhead registration district; General Registry Office, Edinburgh.
- [S1021] Scotland, death certificate for James Hepburn, 10 June 1903; digital image, ScotlandsPeople (http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk : accessed 12 February 2012); citing statutory deaths 626/0B 0049, Lanarkshire, Calderhead registration district; General Registry Office, Edinburgh.
- [S701] Lanarkshire Family History Society, editors, Cambusnethan Old Parish Churchyard Monumental Inscriptions. Originally transcribed 1982. (Motherwell, Scotland: Lanarkshire Family History Society, 2003). There is no map included making it difficult to understand the physical proximity of the markers.
341/1 John Hepburn died 13th January 1881 aged 74 years. His wife Elizabeth Loudon died 10th August 1888 aged 82 years. Their son James died 10th June 1903 aged 52 years. (His wife Mary Grogan................ aged 64 years.) Their son John died 9th December 1890 aged 56 years. (This stone is broken).