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Births, marriages and deaths

For births in Scotland see Baptisms – Scotland and Birth registrations – Scotland.

For marriages in Scotland see Marriages – Scotland and Marriage registrations – Scotland.

For deaths in Scotland see Burials – Scotland and Death registrations – Scotland.

Census returns

Susan Yeo is recorded at 4 Nelson Street, West Greenock in the 1881 census, working as a sewing teacher. Her birthplace is given as Dartmouth, Devon, she is a widow aged 57 and the only person in the household. Ten years previously, Susan had been recorded in West Greenock with her husband Hamil Yeo.

In censuses for Scotland taken between 1891 and 1921, 20 people with the surname Yea are recorded.

The following numbers of people with the surname Yeo are recorded in censuses for Scotland:
– 1841, 0
– 1851, 1
– 1861, 3 (including Doctor Daniel Yeo)
– 1871, 2 (Hamil and Susan Yeo, see above)
– 1881, 1 (Susan Yeo, see above)
– 1891, 7 (including John Shapland Yeo)
– 1901, 5 (including John Shapland Yeo)
– 1911, 6
– 1921, 6.

Other records

Francis Yeo, a ‘reed maker’ from High Calton in Edinburgh, was prosecuted for theft in 1820 and imprisoned.

Henry Gerald Yeo was recorded as an inmate of The Crichton Royal Asylum in Dumfries in 1888, and Aileen Mary Yeo was recorded as an inmate there in 1890.

George C. Yeo is recorded in the 1905/06 valuation roll for Dunfermline as the owner of a house and garden at Highfield, 61 Rose Street, North Side.