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(400596) George S[harp] Laing
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Full NameGeorge S[harp] Laing
OccupationOTHER CIVIL SERVICE OFFICERS AND CLERKS
Date of Birth1843
Place of OriginDundee, Angus, Scotland
Date of Death1929-03-01
Place of Death6 Victoria Street, Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
Age at Death86
Relationships400594 (James Laing : father), 400595 (Margaret Sharp : mother), 400597 (Robert Laing : sibling), 400598 (Margaret Laing : sibling), 400599 (James Laing : sibling), 400600 (Peter Sharp Laing : sibling), 400607 (Margaret Dorward : wife), 400608 (James D Laing : child), 400609 (John W Laing : child), 400610 (George S Laing : child), 400611 (Agnes Laing : child), 400612 (Margaret Laing : child), 400613 (Jessie Laing : child)
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DundeeOTHER CIVIL SERVICE OFFICERS AND CLERKSGeneration: 2400168George S[harp] Laing (400596)James Laing (400594)Margaret Sharp (400595)Robert Laing (400597)Margaret Laing (400598)James Laing (400599)Peter Sharp Laing (400600)Margaret Dorward (400607)James D Laing (400608)John W Laing (400609)George S Laing (400610)Agnes Laing (400611)Margaret Laing (400612)Jessie Laing (400613)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History