|Husband:||David ALLAN (1802-bef1855)|
|Wife:||Marion SNADON (c. 1793-1876)|
|Children:||John ALLAN (1827-1863)|
|Robert ALLAN ( - )|
|Marriage||13 Nov 1825||Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland1|
Husband: David ALLAN
|Father:||John ALLAN ( - )|
|Mother:||Margaret SNADON ( - )|
|Birth||10 Oct 1802||Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland3|
|Death||bef 28 May 1855 (age 52)2|
Wife: Marion SNADON
|Father:||John SNADDEN ( - )|
|Mother:||May HUNTER ( - )|
|Death||19 Mar 1876 (age 82-83)||Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland5|
|Cause: Burning of her body from her clothes taking fire. 26 hours.
Time of death 0750
Child 1: John ALLAN
|Spouse:||Jane FIFE (1837-1896)|
|Birth||14 Mar 1827||Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland2|
|Occupation||28 May 1855 (age 28)||Coal Miner2,7,8|
|Census||7 Apr 1861 (age 34)||Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland9|
|Occupation||7 Apr 1861 (age 34)||Coal Miner; Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland9|
|Death||21 Jan 1863 (age 35)||Clackmannan, Clackmannanshire, Scotland6,10,11|
|Cause: Injuries sustained from falling of stones from the roof of said pit upon deceased's body
Address: Kerse Pit
Time of death 1400-1500
Child 2: Robert ALLAN
|1||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland OPR Marriage Record - David ALLAN and Marion SNADON" (1825 466/0070 0022).|
|2||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Marriage Record - John ALLAN and Jane FIFE" (466/00 0017).|
|3||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland OPR Birth Record - David Allan 1802" (469/0050 0039).|
|4||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Death Record - Margaret Snadon Allan" (1876 Clackmannan).|
|5||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Death Record - Marion Allan" (466/00 0031).|
|6||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Marriage Record - James BIRRELL and Charlotte ALLAN" (1882 Clackmannan 466/00 0011).|
|7||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Birth Record - Charlotte ALLAN" (1860 Clackmannan 466/00 0064).|
|8||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Death Record - Charlotte Birrell" (1930 Clackmannan 466/00 0004).|
|9||Ancestry.com, "1861 Scotland Census [database on-line]" (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
Original data: Scotland. 1861 Scotland Census. Reels 1-150. General Register Office for Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Parish: Clackmannan; ED: 1; Page: 18; Line: 20; Roll: CSSCT1861_62; Year: 1861.).
|10||ScotlandsPeople, "Scotland Statutory Death Record - John ALLAN" (466/00 0015).|
|11||"Dunfermline Saturday Press". Cit. Date: 24 January 1863. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: District News.
FATAL ACCIDENT.- A fatal accident occurred at Clackmannan Colliery on Wednesday last, to a man named John Allan. He was at work in the Kense Pit, when a heavy stone measuring upwards of six yards in length fell upon him, crushing him so severely as to kill him on the spot. A boy named Russell, who was at work close to the place where the accident occurred, gave the alarm, and the body of the unfortunate man was taken from beneath the superincumbent weight, and removed to his late residence. Allan leaves a wife and three children, the youngest only three months old.