Parish of Old Monkland, I can't quite read the street name - Calderbank perhaps, it appears that Moses (twenty years old) was boarding with someone unrelated to him - he is listed under a family whose head of household name is something like Andrew Fairprance and just above James Shaws. Moses is listed as a laborer.
3/7/1841 (O.P.R. marriages - Old Monkland or Coatbridge):
Moses Brownlee in this Parish and Agnes Methven in the Parish of Charleston have given in their names in order to proclamations of banns 3 days.
3/7/1841 (O.P.R. marriages - Dumfermline):
Moses Brownlee, Laborer Parish of Monkland and Agnes Methven residing on this parish gave in their names for proclamation in order to marriage, being three times proclaimed and no objections made their certificate to that effect was granted.
Street listed as something like Old Banu Row
In the household are:
*Moses Brownlee, head, Married, 36, blast furnace keeper, (born) Lanark Rethington (this last is unclear)
*Agnes, wife, married, 34 (this could be 37), (born) Fife Charleston,
*Margaret, daughter, unmarried, 7, scholar, Lanark Old Monkland,
*David, son, unmarried, 6, scholar, Lanark Old Monkland,
*William, son, 4, scholar,
*Grace, daughter, 1
Street looks like 10 Buttings Land - they may be living in a duplex of some sort because there is a different family also listed at the same address.
In the Brownlie household are:
*Moses, head, married, 49, blast furnace man, (born) Lanarkshire Cambuslary
*Agnes, wife, 47, Fifeshire Charleston
*Margaret, daughter, 17, Lanarkshire Calderbank
*William, son, 14, scholar,
*Agnes, daughter, 2,
1869 death in the eastern district of Old Monkland in the county of Lanark
Agnes Brownlie, married to Moses Brownlie blast furnace man, died Feb. 4th 1861 Battery Land Calderbank, female, 56 years old, father - William Methven, ship loading contractor, deceased, mother - Margaret Methven, maiden name Balfour, deceased. Cause of death - Typhus Fever, 14 days, pneumonia, 14 days, signed by David Brownlie, Son. Registered 1869 Feb. 5th, at (unclear).
Jamieson's Land, Parish Road, Moses and family are listed as boarding with the Alexander Clydesdale family. In Moses’ family there are:
*Moses Brownlie, boarder, 56, laborer in Iron works, (born) Lanarkshire (and what looks like) Cambusnethlen
*David, boarder, 26, bricklayer - master - employs 3 men,
*William M., 24, commercial clerk profession trade,
1885 death, Eastern District of Old Monkland, county of Lanark
Moses Brownlee, Blast furnace man, Widower of Agnes Methven, 1885 Sept. 18, Coalbank (or Coatbank) cottage, 71 years old, parentage unknown. Cause of death Senility. Informant: Isabella A. Brownlee - granddaughter.
And I think that is all I know about it. Thanks again for all your help.