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    I wonder if anyone out there would be able to tell me anything about my great grandfather James Stewart. Born in Scotland in 1844 & married to Margaret Garvock in 1866 at Fochabers Bellie.He was a carpenter. They lived in Edinburgh but on 1891 census were in Walthamstow at Hawkley rd with 5 children & the1901 census shows them with one son James Maclean Stewart. at 1 Raymond Villas.I also have a death certificate for my great grandfather showing that he placed himself before a moving train in 1914.Inquest details pre-1943 did not survive the war & so I am hoping that someone has a family history or knowledge of why he did this.thanks for your help.

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