The Duffy siblings migrated to New Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, Scotland shortly after 1851, and their parents were already deceased, having died in Ireland. Patrick Duffy, Junior however, went to Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
In 1857, Jane was a witness to her sister Rose Ann's marriage to Patrick Tonner.
|Jane's name, written as a witness|
to her sister's marriage.
|An extract from Elizabeth White's birth certificate.|
|Bernard and Jane's marriage record.|
Bernard Carroll died on 5 March 1887 at Bothwell, and was buried two days later at St Peter's Cemetery, Dalbeth, Glasgow in common ground. He had died of phthisis, or tuberculosis which had ailed him for about one year. Bernard was around fifty-six years old.
|An extract from Bernard's death certificate.|
|An extract from Jane's second marriage certificate.|
Jane Duffy died on 7 December 1908 at Tollcross, and was buried two days later at St Peter's Cemetery, Dalbeth. Like her first husband, Jane was buried in common ground. Jane had died of chronic bronchitis, which she had suffered from for over two years.
|An extract from Jane's death certificate.|