David's Scottish Ancestry

Lillian Elizabeth (Burns) Hatch

Lillian Elizabeth Burns-214 was born 15 Jul 1894 in Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland. and was recorded as follows:

Lizzie Smith born 15:7:1894 at 10 Richardland Road (her father described as a "wax cloth designer

The picture below could be with her mother - it is unknown as to which daughter as it was not labeled with names or dated.

and other shows her with her parents and siblings:

Lillian migrated to the United States with her mother and sibblings as follows:
    Lizzie (Smith) Burns
    David Boswell Burns
    Jessie Easton Burns
all were listed as Sailing aboard the SS Numidian from the Port of Glasgow on 23 May 1912, and arriving on arriving 5 Jun 1913 at the Port of Boston, Massachusetts the name of the nearest relative where alien came from was her father, David Burns, 9 Arbuckle St. Kilmarnock and their final destination was to be Pawtucket, Rhode Island and this destination ticket was paid for by her mmother paid for her own passahe and that of her children's she was in possession of more than $50 it looks to be $120 or 130 it is written in on David Boswell's line and there is a "ditto mark" in each of the girls square so this could be a combined resource of money for all and that that they had never been in the United States before this date and that they were joining her brother Wm M Burns 669 Lousdale, Ave. Central Falls Central Falls Rhode Island what looks to be penciled in is also Pawtuckett as is in lighter color Also Parker St. tees into 669 Lousdale, Ave. Central Falls by the current map.

Passenger Lists, Boston, Massachusetts Microfilm Roll Number: 195, 1913.
Name: Elizabeth Burns
Arrival Date: 5 Jun 1913
Age: 19 Years
Estimated birth year: abt 1894
Gender: Female
Ethnic Background: Scotch (Scotish)
Port of Departure: Glasgow, Scotland
Ship Name: Numidian
Port of Arrival: Boston, Massachusetts
Friend's Name: Wm N Burns
Last Residence: Scotland
Birthplace: Kilmarnock, Scotland

a quick view -

and then page one and page two and page 3 of her listing' note the line number as no names appear on the second page.

She died 8 Aug 1966 in Woonsocket, Providence, Rhode Island and was buried August 11, 1966 in Moshassuck Cemetery, Central Falls, Providence, Rhode Island. copy of death certificate

Lillian married (MRIN:4556) Charles Lester Hatch-216, son of Herman Hatch-223 and Louella M Gay / Gould-224 (MRIN:5353), about 1919. Charles was born 11 Aug 1886 in Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island. he had previously been married to [-?-] and they had: Elvin and Norman

He died 16 Nov 1946 in Lincoln, Providence, Rhode Island and was buried 18 Nov 1946 in Moshassuck Cemetery, Central Falls, Providence, Rhode Island. copy of death certificate

Hatch - In Saylesville, on the 16th instant, Charles L., husband of Lillian (Burns) Hatch. Residence 14 Arnold Ave. Saylesville. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the Prata Funeral Home, 372 Broadway, Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 2 P.M. Interment Moshassuck Cemetery. Calling hours 2 to 4 and 7 tro 9 P.M. - Unkown Newspaper, date and publication, p. 76. "

Charles L. Hatch - Funeral services will be held at 2 tomorrow afternoon for Charles L. Hatch, 60, husband of Mrs. Lillian (Burns) Hatch, of 14 Arnold Avenue, Saylesville.

He died suddenly, Saturday night. Medical Examiner Stephen A. Kenney pronounced death due to natural causes.

He was born in Pawtucket of Aug. 11, 1886, son of the late Herman and Louella (Gay) Hatch.

He had resided in Saylesville for the past 12 years. He was a painter.

Besides his widow he is survived by four sons, Elvin and Norman of Newark, NJ.; Lieut. David who is in the Army and is stationed in Oklahoma, and Charles Jr., of Saylesville; a brother Frederick of Saylesville and a grandson.

Rev. Richard J. Morton, pastor of Smithfield Avenue congregational church, will conduct the funeral service in the Prata Funeral home, 3772 Broadway. Interment will be in Moshassuck Cemetery -13. Obituaries, Unkown Newspaper, date and publication, p. 76.

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