Anne Margaret Seton (Annie) Bruce
ANNE MARGARET SETON BRUCE (ANNIE), twin, born 17th January 1872 at 18 Graham Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, died 29th May 1908 at "Craighall", Craighill Road, Leith, Edinburgh, buried in he Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh. Probably lived as a child, and after her mother's death (1872) when she was only 4 days old, with her maternal grandparents at 18 Graham Street, Edinburgh, the address given in her father's will in April 1889. [Note: In 1898 18 Graham Street was the Edinburgh Rescue Shelter]. Living (April 1891), unmarried, with her aunt Eliza Russell Bruce (188.8.131.52.1.5.) at 26 Scotland Street, Edinburgh, when her father Thomas Purvis Bruce (184.108.40.206.1.6.) died there, and living (1897) at 1 Gordon Terrace, Edinburgh, which was the home of the Misses Cunningham (presumably sisters of her mother) (per Post Office Directory 1898-9). Beneficiary of £10 under the will of her aunt Eliza Russell Bruce (220.127.116.11.1.5.) in 1893. She inherited (1891) from her father a three fourths share in Oakland Plantation (commonly called 'The Bruce Place"), near Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi, U.S.A., and which she sold 11th February 1902 to Jacob Dornbusch. Married (1st or 18th June 1897 at St Peter's Church, Lutton Place, Edinburgh) as his 1st wife (he married 2nd, on 1st October 1926 at Warrender Park United Free Church, Edinburgh, Elizabeth Cameron (Lily), born c. 1885 died c. 1968 in Edinburgh, spinster of 92 Spottiswoode Street, Edinburgh, daughter of David Cameron, wine merchant, and of Katherine Doody, both died before 1926) Claude Niven (? or Napier) Marshall (born c. 1870, died 27th November 1940, aged 70, at 19 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh), stockbroker with the firm of Gidden & Marshall, 53 George Street (1898), of 1 Belford Park, Edinburgh, living (1898) in East Fettes Avenue, in 1925 and at time of death (1940) living at 16 Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh, son of John Dalrymple Marshall (died before 1897), jeweller, and of Sarah Dowling (living in 1898 at 1 Belford Park, Edinburgh, died before 1926), having two children:-
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