He was the informant for, and present at, Margaret Cheyne's death at Knock Croft, Stuartfield, Old Deer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, on 7 March 1947.1,2 He married Viola Cheyne in 1947.
- Chart (box): Descendants of Alexander Cheyne (b. c1650)
Chart (indented): Descendants of Alexander Cheyne (b. c1650)
- [S75] Margaret Watson Cheyne, 1947 Register of Deaths in the district of Old Deer in the County of Aberdeen, "Margaret Watson Cheyne Widow of William Cheyne Draper, died 1947, March Seventh 10h 45m A.M. at Knock Croft, Old Deer, Female, 89 years, Father: William Watson Farmer (deceased), Mother: Agnes Watson M.S. Webster (deceased), Cause of death: Senile cardio vascular degradation, Cerebral apoplexy, as Cert. by Andrew Dickson M.B. C.H.B., Informant: W Morrison Grandson (Present), Registered: 1947, March 7th at Old Deer, Henry Gilmore Registrar."
- [S643] Page 1, Deaths, 'Cheyne', The Fraserburgh Herald and Northern Counties Advertiser, "DEATHS CHEYNE - At the Bungalow, Knock Croft, Stuartfield, on Friday, 7th March, 1947, Margaret Watson, in her 89th year, wife of the late William Cheyne, Draper, 32 Broad Street, (Mid Street Corner), Fraserburgh. FUNERAL TODAY (Tuesday) 11th March, to Kirkton Cemetery, Fraserburgh. Friends to meet at Kirkton at 2p.m. No flowers please."