James Kinna born 27-9-1850 in Blackcraig died 16-10-1909.
Margaret Hornell born 1845 in Creetown Married in Blackcraig 18-9-1876. died ~1882
Mary Oliver [second wife] born 1858 died 21st Nov 1944
In 1871 Margaret was working as a servant for William Milligan. Also in the household was William Kinna age 15, shown as Grand nephew.
William and James were brothers and their grandparents were David Kinna and Matilder née Milligan [William Milligan's sister].
Margaret's father was John Hornell, a mason, and her mother also Margaret née Bennet, both of Margaret's parents had died at the time of her marriage.
In 1881 James and Margaret lived at 4 Trefriw Terrace, Margaret died in 1882. On the 12th June 1900, James took a lease on a shop, Rose Hill Stores, and the attached house Golden Eagle. Four years later James married his second wife, Mary Oliver.
When James died he was buried in Y Mynwent Cemetery Trefriw,
The two Marys continued to run the 'Rose Hill Stores' in Trefriw until perhaps the 1940s.
When Mary Ann died she was buried with James. Mary left £1217‑8s‑10d to her cousin Gwendolen Ellen Kinna. James daughter, Mary, and her Husband are also buried at Y Mynwent Cemetery.
Children of the first marriage
- Mary Ann Kinna b 28-6-1877 in Blackcraig died 2-6-1950 married Charles Cooper-Morris (1876-1942) in 1931.
- Edwin John b 26-3-1880 died in the same year.
- Frank and Jane b 18-3-1882 and died in the same year.