Robert Armour 1a 2a

Birth Name Robert Armour
Gender male

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth about 1836 Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland  
 

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father John Armour
Mother Agnes Torrence
    Brother     John Armour
         Robert Armour
    Sister     Mary Armour
    Brother     Andrew Armour
    Sister     Agnes Armour

Families

    Family of Robert Armour and Catherine Orr
Married Wife Catherine Orr
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage 27 Dec 1861 Avondale, Lanarkshire, Scotland  
 
  Children
  1. Annie Armour
  2. John Armour
  3. Agnes Armour
  4. James Armour
  5. Robert Armour
  6. William Armour
  7. Mary Armour
  8. Andrew Armour

Addresses

Date Street Locality City State/ Province County Postal Code Country Phone Sources
1881 3 Seville Street, Everton   Liverpool, Lancashire            

Narrative

Deaf and dumb. Pupil at the Glasgow Institution for the Deaf and Dumb in 1851. Glass stainer in 1861. Glass painter and stainer in 1871. Lay missionary in 1881. Church missionary in 1891. Missionary preacher in 1901.
He was a missionary for the Liverpool Deaf and Dumb Benevolent Society. In 1893 he was presented a hansome gold watch for 15 years service with this society. His wife was also deaf and dumb.
In 191 he gave a paper at the Deaf and Dumb Congress in Glasgow on "Danderson's method of educating the deaf".

Pedigree

  1. John Armour
    1. Agnes Torrence
      1. John Armour
      2. Robert Armour
        1. Catherine Orr
          1. Annie Armour
          2. John Armour
          3. Agnes Armour
          4. James Armour
          5. Robert Armour
          6. William Armour
          7. Mary Armour
          8. Andrew Armour
      3. Mary Armour
      4. Andrew Armour
      5. Agnes Armour

Ancestors

Source References

  1. Aberdeen Weekly Journal
      • Date: 7 Aug 1891
  2. Liverpool Mercury
      • Date: 20 Feb 1893