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This would have been a big step for Donald as he had married in 1842 and had three young children, the youngest born just before he opened in business.
Donald ( my great, great, great grandfather) was born in Thurso, at the very, very top of Scotland in 1814.HE CONVINCED FOUR SACRA- MENTO MERCHANTS THAT HIS PLAN WAS PRACTICABLE AND ENLISTED THEIR HELP.GROUND WAS BROKEN FOR THE RAILROAD JANUARY 8, 1863, AT THE FOOT OF K STREET NEARBY. THE ROAD WAS BUILT PAST THE SITE OF THIS MONUMENT, OVER THE LOFTY SIERRA-ALONG THE LINE OF JUDAH'S SURVEY-TO A JUNCTION WITH THE UNION PACIFIC AT PROMONTORY, UTAH, WHERE ON MAY 10, 1869, THE "LAST SPIKE" WAS DRIVEN.This is a classic story of the boy from out of town who makes good, takes some risks and ends up with nothing. Diane, you can find the Finlayson, shop and home, opposite the old College gates in South Bridge Street. " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-157" title="Confectioners Ad 1847" src="https://xtinemac.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/confectioners-ad-1847.png?w=300&h=224" alt="" width="300" height="224" / A confectioner is not as we would imagine when we think of confectionery.Very soon afterwards, Donald’s eldest daughter Elizabeth emigrated to New Zealand (my great, great grandmother) and started a new life.
Elizabeth always remembered the good times in her life – perhaps exaggerating her status in Edinburgh. He had worked as an office porter for a time and he married Mary Laing, a widowed laundress in 1869.
Hi Diane I have uploaded the PDF file for the Thomson Family ‘places visit’ so that you can easily download the PDF to your phone. Places to visit in Perthshire and Fife in relation to the Thomson family When you visit Edinburgh you can make a flying visit to both the home and shop of Donald Finlayson.
These are my notes from my 2010 visit to Edinburgh.
Reed of the Union Pacific, whose granite monument stands at Joliet, and John F.
Stevens, whose statue was erected on the Marias Pass where the Great Northern Railroad crosses the Rocky Mountains.
However Donald’s life changed unexpectedly when his wife died of tuberculosis in 1856 and by 1861 his business had been bankrupted and he and his four children were living in a less salubrious part of town.