WILSON, David (1833?-1863) — Glasgow & London
Born in Glasgow in or about 1833, the son of John Wilson, a journeyman baker, and his wife Margaret. Wilson was recorded specifically as a map engraver on the 1861 census return, then sharing lodgings in London with a younger map engraver, Harry Smith, born in or about 1838 in Liverpool. Ten years earlier Wilson had been an apprentice in Glasgow. He died at 1 Russell Place, Glasgow, on 25 Jul 1863.
245 High Street, St. Pauls, Glasgow — 1851
6a Princess Terrace, St. Pancras — 1861
BNA. Census 1851-1861.