The British Presence
in Southern Patagonia

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Thomas GREENSHIELDS; b. 1860 Kilmallie, Argyll; son of Robert GREENSHIELDS & Elizabeth PATTERSON (i.e. brother of Jane GREENSHIELDS); 1866 sailed to Falklands with mother and other siblings; rancher in Patagonia at Useful Hill Station and Monte Dinero; d. 1889 Punta Arenas; memorial Punta Arenas

m. 1889 Punta Arenas;

Emma Louisa MCMUNN; b. 1861 Wolverhampton; dtr. of James MCMUNN, surgeon & Betsy BOREHAM; m2. 1891 Wolverhampton (see FENTON--GREENSHIELDS)

Children of this marriage: None

Family Memorial: St. Bride's Churchyard, Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland

(1) Marcos da Gama (XI-2010); Barbara MacLeod, Glasgow (XII-2010)
(2) Greenshields One Name Study and their Kin, website
(3) Civil Registration marriages, Punta Arenas
(4) England & Wales Civil Registration indexes
(5) UK 1861, 1881 national census
Last update: 1-III-2011