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Margaret Rae Kinnear

F, #6777, b. circa 1892
Last Edited: 14 Apr 2015
  • Name Variation: As of circa 1892, Margaret Rae Kinnear was also known as Marjory.
  • Name Variation: As of circa 1918, Margaret Rae Kinnear was also known as Daisy.
  • Married Name: As of 21 December 1923, her married name was Paterson.
  • (Witness) Obituary: She was mentioned in the Obituary of Robert Sinclair Paterson on 10 June 1970. Mr Robert S. Paterson dead: Mr Robert S. Paterson, 3a Norwood Terrace, Dundee, died last night in Dundee Roayl Infirmary.
    Until his retiral a few years ago, Mr Paterson owned R. Kilpatrick & Co., Ltd., the electrical contracting and refrigeration firm at 5 Albert Square.
    For 19 years until 1939 he was with the Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation. He became the corporation's sales manager.
    Before going to India he worked with Dundee Corporation.
    When he returned to Dundee Mr Paterson became general manager of R. Kilpatrick & Co. He took over the business in 1953.
    Mr Paterson was an A.M.I.E.E.
    Junior Footballer
    Before he went to India he played football for Arnot as a junior and turned out a few times for Dundee F.C. He also played football in Calcutta.
    During the first world war he was C.Q.M.S. with the City of Dundee Royal Engineers and was decorated.
    Mr Paterson was a member of Balgay Bowling Club. A past-president of the club, he was also a past-president of the ex-presidents' association.
    Mr Paterson, who was a Rotarian, was a member of St John's (Cross) Church.
    He is survived by his wife and his son and daughter.
    His son is Mr Ian Paterson the well-known singer and actor, and his daughter Margaret is the sife of Dr G.W. Johnston, Aberdeen.2
    [memo : A.M.I.E.E. = Associate Member of Institution of Electricial Engineers. C.Q.M.S. = Company Quartermaster Sergeant]


Robert Sinclair Paterson b. 8 Aug 1893, d. 9 Jun 1970


Ian R Paterson BSc, LRAM b. 28 Jul 1926, d. 21 Jun 2008


  1. [S6] From CPT [Sept 2009] & CPT handwritten tree [Sept 2010].
  2. [S40] Newspaper cutting from Courier & Advertiser - from CPT [July 2011].