James, Robert, Norman, Archibald (Archie), Francis (Frank) and Maggie Dickson

Many pictures in the album seem to relate to the Dickson family.
Here’s what we know about them.

James Arthur Dickson, July 1883, by Crowe & Rodgers, Stirling

James Arthur Dickson
Father: unknown
Mother: Frances Dickson
Born: c 1870 (21 in 1891 census), Rangoon, British Burmah
Died: unknown
Notes:

Robert C(?) Dickson, July 1883, by Crowe & Rodgers, Stirling

Robert C Dickson
Father: unknown
Mother: Frances Dickson
Born: c 1871 (20 in 1891 census), Rangoon, British Burmah
Died: unknown
Notes:

Norman Dickson, July 1883, by Crowe & Rodgers, Stirling

Norman Dickson
Father: unknown
Mother: Frances Dickson
Born: c 1875 (16 in 1891 census), Rangoon, British Burmah
Died: unknown
Notes:

Archibald S Dickson, 18 February(?) 1884, by Jackson, Rangoon, Burmah

Archibald S Dickson
Father: unknown
Mother: Frances Dickson
Born: c 1877 (14 in 1891 census), Langside, Lanarkshire
Died: unknown
Notes:

Frank C Dickson, Sept 1882, 2 years old, by P Klier, Rangoon, British Burmah

Francis (Frank) C Dickson
Father: unknown
Mother: Frances Dickson
Born: c 1881 (10 in 1891 census), Rangoon, British Burmah
Died: unknown
Notes:

Other identified photographs:

Norman and Archie S Dickins (Dickson?), January 1880, by Wohlgemuth, Glasgow

Norman & Archibald, January 1880

Portrait of family group including "Archie, Frank & Maggie" Dickson? dated 10 January 1882, from mystery album

Archibald, Frank & Maggie, 10 January 1882. I have found no record of who Maggie was, and she is not mentioned in the 1891 census at the family home at 86 Buccleuch St, Glasgow

Unknown portrait of four boys, assumed to be Robert, Norman, Archibald & Francis Dickson, dated January 1885, by Crowe & Rodgers, Stirling, from mystery album

Assumed to be Robert, Norman, Archibald & Francis

Unknown portrait of three brothers, almost certainly three of the Dickson boys, by Crowe & Rodgers, Stirling, from mystery album

Almost certainly three of the Dickson boys

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