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Ann Hosie Mc Cargo Allan

Nicknames: "Annie"
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Death: (Date and location unknown)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Frances Mc Cargo Robson and Janet Allan Gilmour
Wife of Albert Henry Cowan Noble
Sister of Jane Isabella Mc CARGO Allan; John Mc CARGO Allan; James Mc CARGO Allan; Hugh Richard Mc CARGO Allan; Janet Elizabeth Mc CARGO Allan and 1 other

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1879
1879
1906
April 24, 1906
Age 27
Chascomús, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina

!MARRIAGE:
Marriage of Albert Henry Cowan Noble to Ann Hosie Mc Cargo Allan
Relevant marriage entry taken from records of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Chascomús, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on film, obtained at location hereafter:
Family History Center, 2005 Zabala st., Belgrano, City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Author: Edmund Williamson, minister in charge of the said church (records filmed by the Genealogical So. of Utah, USA)
Source: FHC Film 1840833 - Item I - Page 16 - Year 1906
Actual text:
"Albert henry Cowan aged thirty-one, native of Argentina, son of John Cowan, native of Argentina and Eleonora Noble, native of Argentina; andAnn Hosie Mc Cargo, native of Argentina, aged twenty-seven, daughter of Francis Mc Cargo and of Janet Noble, both native of Argentina, were married according to the rites of the Church of Scotland, at Chascomús, in Robon Hall, on the twenty fourth day of April, one thousand nine hundred and six by the Reverend Edmund Williamson.
The foregoing document was undersigned by the said Minister, the bride, the groom and by the witnesses, John Mc Cargo and Lonie C. Cowan."
Accuracy of source:
Francis (female) should read Frances (male).

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