NOTES

  1. From Mother's diary they stayed at various places between 1940 and 1941 depending on where Ian was stationed. These included Hawick March-April 1940, Bidport April-May 1940. Surrey May 1940. Father then went to France and Mother to Longtown.
    After Robin s birth she joined father in Alloa and there they rented a cottage from March - Sept 1941. Next they moved to Cowie in Perthshire till spring 1942. They moved to Stonehaven for 6 weeks where Father met his future GP partner. Father was posted to Ormskirk pending a move to North Africa in 1942 where he was for 3 years. During this time Mother stayed with her mother in Longtown with occasional visits to the Scotts in Edinburgh.
    Applies to: Liebe Blair Rankine.

  2. Westfield House, Stapleton
    Applies to: Liebe Blair Rankine.

  3. Westfield House, Stapleton, Carlisle, Cumberland
    Applies to: Liebe Blair Rankine (twice).

  4. He had an Open Scholarship and had represented the school in Athletics, Boxing and Swimming besides being in the Choir
    Applies to: Adam Douglas Rankine.

  5. Chemical Production Engineer
    48, Pinefold Lane, Methley, Yorks
    Father = Fancy Goods Dealer
    Applies to: Arthur Tyrrell.

  6. crescent for pocket money
    Remembers elder brothers going round to barrington rd
    Applies to: Joan Tyrrell.

  7. Mn Melloy
    Applies to: Unk Senner.

  8. known as Carrots or Florrie
    Applies to: Mary Helen Florence Scott.

  9. 6 Thirleslane Road
    Applies to: Mary Helen Florence Scott.

  10. this should be 1877
    20 Buccleugh Place
    Applies to: Lizzie Winifred Scott.

  11. Staying with Great Aunt Bethia
    Applies to: Janet Alexander Hall.

  12. Extracted from Statutory Marriage Records by GenUtils 2010 © Niall R Scott, Gryphon Software Developments
    Applies to: Henry Everett Tyrrell and Euphemia Hillhouse (twice).

  13. Staying with grandparents, John and Martha Lawson at
    Applies to: Jenny Mack.

  14. From Sally Cullen
    This will changed my father's life. He had been the beneficiary and then was changed on Annie's death bed to go to her brother and sister until Dad reached 25 when there was very little left of the estate.
    Applies to: Annie Darling Murray.

  15. EDUCATION
    Like his older brother, William, Robert was educated at George Watson's College in Edinburgh. While there, in late 1909 or early 1910, he joined the Junior Division of the Officer Training Corps (OTC) as a Cadet. .....more
    An OTC document dated 17 May 1912 records his achievements with the Corps while at George Watson's. He spent a total of 2 years and 1 term in the School Corps, during which time he was twice "returned as an efficient", in 1910 and 1911. In November 1911 he was also awarded a Certificate A. His general efficiency was described as "very good". He also received a rating of "fair" in semaphore signalling; and an "Unqualified Table A" in musketry. In 1912, having achieved the rank of Lance Corporal, Robert resigned from the OTC Junior Division and proceeded to Edinburgh University.
    MILITARY CAREER
    Available documentation suggests that in the summer of 1914, at the age of 20, Robert embarked on the process of applying for a commission in the Terrritorial Force. He was quite possibly responding to a poster headed "Edinburgh University OTC" which read: "In case of General Mobilisation are you willing to take a Commission in (a) The Regular Army; (b) The Special Reserve; (c) The Territorial Force. Answer at one to Adjutant, OTC, High School Yards, Edinburgh." On 12 August 1914 a Form MT 348 was filled in for him, certifying his physical fitness as a candidate for a commission. The report, which had to be submitted to the War Office, includes the following information:
    Height: 71 inches (ie just under 6 ft)
    Chest girth: 35 inches (max); 33 inches (min)
    Weight: 119 lbs
    Hearing: Normal
    Teeth: Good
    Vision: 6/6 R&L
    Colour vision: Normal
    Remarks on fitness: Fit
    In a letter dated 5 September 1914 the Director of Military Training at the War Office wrote back acknowledging Robert's application. The letter said that it had not been possible to allot a commission to him in the Territorial Force, "owing to the very large number of applications and the fact that it has been decided that candidates nominated by commanding Officers of Territorial units have a prior claim to those who have not been so recommended." He was therefore advised to approach such an Officer or, alternatively, to consider applying for appointment to a temporary commission in the Regular Army.
    It's clear from subsequent letters from the War Office that Robert opted to apply for a temporary commission in the Regular Army. His application was submitted on 19 October, and on 24 October he was sent the following reply: "With reference to your letter dated the 19th instant, and to your application for appointment to a temporary commission in the Regular Army, I am directed to request that you will be so good as to state what experience you have had of horses, and whether you can ride well."
    An official docment from the War Office that carries the seal of King George V shows that Robert was appointed as an officer in the Land Forces (ie the army) with the rank of 2nd Lieutenant with effect from 30 October 1914. The document reads as follows: "George, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Seas, King, defender of the Faith, Emperor of India etc. To Our Trusty and well beloved Robert McDiarmid Murray Greeting: We, reposing special Trust and Confidence in your Loyalty, Courage, and good Conduct do by these Presents Constitute and Appoint you to be an Officer in Our Land Forces from the thirtieth day of October 1914. You are therefore carefully and diligently to discharge your Duty as such in the Rank of 2nd Lieutenant or in such higher Rank as We may from time to time hereafter be pleased to promote or appoint you to of which a notification will be made in the London Gazette and you are at all times to exercise and well discipline in Arms both the inferior Officers and Men serving under you and use your best endeavours to keep them in good Order and Discipline. And we do hereby Command them to Obey you as their superior Officer, and you to observe and follow such Orders and Directions as from time to time you shall receive from Us, or any your superior Officer, according to the Rules and Discipline of War, in pursuance of the Trust hereby reposed in you. Given at Our Court, at Saint James's, the thirtieth day of October 1914 in the fifth year of Our Reign, By His Majesty's Command."
    During the First World War he served with the 7th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery and at the time of his death, aged 22, he had been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
    The citation accompanying the award of his Military Cross was published in the London Gazette of 30 March 1916 (Page 3427) and reads: "For Conspicuous gallantry under fire on many occasions, notably when he went out under heavy shell fire to a wagon, which had been hit by a shell and the drivers and horses of which were wounded. While extricating the drivers who had fallen underneath the wagon he was severely wounded by a shell which burst a few feet away."
    An "In Memoriam" article in the Augustine Church Magazine (Edinburgh, April 1916) reads as follows. "It is with profound sorrow that we record the death of our young friend and fellow member Mr Robert Murray, who was seriously wonded near Ypres and died very early on the morning of Friday 25 February before his mother and sister were able to reach him. He lost his life in an act of great gallantry and courage, having left shelter to render aid to a motor which had been struck by a shell. He was wounded in three places, and was carried off the field by his companion. Blood poisoning supervened, and he passed away in full consciousness of his approaching end, bright and happy in death. HM The King, on the recommendation of Mr Murray's superior officer, has awarded him a Military Cross for bravery, but he has gone to receive a higher honour in the royal welcome of his Lord. Mr Murray was a son of the Church, and many of us have seen him grow up from infancy. He took a warm interest in the Church, and was prominent in his services to the Literary Society of the Church. Many of our student friends mourn today the loss of so genial and sincere a companion and friend. He was admitted to our fellowship in 1911 under the Ministry of the Rev Henry Parnaby. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Mrs Murray and her family in their grief."
    It must have been very hard for his mother, who had already lost her husband almost exactly 4 years earlier, and whose other son, William, was also away fighting in the war. But she may well have been proud of him too, as he was clearly brave not only on the battle field but also in facing up to his death.
    This picture shows the injured Robert Murray being carried on the shoulders of Corporal Francis Vercoe, one of the soldiers under Robert's command. A couple of months before this incident occurred, Corporal Vercoe had been awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal "For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty near Ypres on 29 December 1915, when, under heavy fire of high explosive and gas shells, he left his dug-out and went about 200 yards through a dense cloud of gas to a farm where another battery was billeted and rendered first aid to several wounded men. While he was doing this a bursting shell blew him across the room in which he was working, but he coolly picked himself up and returned to his work." (London Gazette 22 January 1916).
    Francis Vercoe's bravery in rescuing Robert earned him a Dated bar for a Second Award of Gallantry. Only 80 dated Bars were awarded in the First World War, five of which went to members of the Royal Artillery. The Bar citation reads "For conspicuous gallantry. He went out with his Officer (Lieutenant Robert Murray) under heavy shellfire and assisted in rescuing the Drivers of a wagon which had been hit by a shell. Drivers and horses being wounded. He and his Officer were then wounded by a shell, the latter very severely. Gunner Vercoe, wounded as he was, carried him back under heavy fire and refused to have his own wounds attended to till he had assisted to dress those of his Officer."
    Sadly Robert succumbed to his wounds and died on 25 Feb aged 22. He is buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. From October 1914 Boulogne and Wimereux formed one of the chief hospital areas for wounded allied soldiers. Until June 1918 the dead from the hospitals at Boulogne were buried in the Cimetière de l'Est, one of the town's civilian cemeteries. The British graves form a long narrow strip along the western edge of the cemetery which in its entirety covers over 8,000 square metres. There are nearly 6,000 First World War casualities commemorated here; and 200 more from World War 2.
    It's a very peaceful place, full of light bird song and fluttering bees and butterflies, and carefully tended by local teams of municipal gardeners who've planted it with red roses, dwarf michaelmas daisies, blue, yellow and silver-leafed rockery plants and scented herbs (particularly thyme).
    As you enter the cemetery you'll find Robert's grave third in on the front row on the left hand side beside a small strawberry plant.
    As for Corporal Vercoe, he was killed by a shell in Belgium on 4 June 1917 whilst off duty and sitting reading outside his dugout. He was 28 years old and was buried at Underhill Farm Cemetery, Ploegsteert, Belgium. In a letter to his mother his section officer, Lieutenant G Cecil North declared: "I have never known a man more fearless, more keen and more devoted to duty. Nothing seemed to tire him; nothing discouraged him; nothing was ever too hard for him."
    Applies to: Robert Mcdiarmid Murray.

  16. Wounded in the back, chest and thigh at Ypres.
    Posth
    Applies to: Robert Mcdiarmid Murray.

  17. Guess-work relative - due to Bateman link
    FreeBMD: Birth Jun 1972 Holborn 1b 619
    Applies to: Arthur Bateman Tyrrell.

  18. Training Rifles Reserve, Winchester (on Marriage & AWT birth certs)
    Applies to: Arthur Walter Tyrrell.

  19. 50 Kestrel Avenue Herne Hill
    277 Coldharbour Lane
    Applies to: Edith Sarah Edwards.

  20. The Parish Church, Plumstead, LondonTooting Graveney, Wandsworth, Greater London, England
    Address given 16 Lee Street
    Applies to: Sydney Charles Tyrrell and Elizabeth Alma Hill.

  21. Rylands & Sons
    High St.
    Manchester
    Applies to: James Henry Mackie Baird.

  22. Jnr
    Applies to: George Scott.

  23. Rev. David Brown
    7b Saxe Coburg Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5BN
    Applies to: George Scott.

  24. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1881scotland&h=3715295&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: George Scott.

  25. Argyll Place
    Applies to: Mary Darling Murray.

  26. c Thomas Gentles Trinity College Edinburgh
    Applies to: George Scott and Mary Darling Murray.

  27. 4 East Adam St, Edinburgh
    Applies to: William Mackay.

  28. Foreman shoemaker who cut out the leather and gave out the work
    Applies to: William Mackay.

  29. 27 Devon St
    Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  30. Broomhill Road, 51.607268,0.022484
    Monkhams Avenue 51.610945,0.030423
    Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  31. Somerset Archives
    DD\SAS/C2401/73 Taunton 1896
    DD\X\MK/1- Taunton deeds, etc. - 1728-1870
    Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  32. Coopted to Somerset Education Committee
    Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  33. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=freebmdbirth&h=29866069&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Adam Rankine (twice).

  34. Born Martha Loiuse
    James Place
    Applies to: Louisa Martha Lawson.

  35. Adam is a widower
    Witnesses
    John and Lizzie Lawson
    Applies to: Adam Rankine and Louisa Martha Lawson.

  36. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1841scotland&h=2342797&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: James Alexander (twice); Janet Renfrew Alexander.

  37. Witnesses
    George Blair
    Charlotte E. Hoseasnn
    Applies to: James Alexander and Margaret Blair.

  38. HANNA, A. J.: - The Beginnings of Nyasaland and North-Eastern Rhodesia 1859-95.
    Christ and the Imperial Games Fields' in South-Central Africa - Sport and the Scottish Missionaries in Malawi, 1880-1914: Utilitarian Compromise
    Applies to: Henry Edwin Scott L.R.C.P. S.E..

  39. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1881scotland&h=2137298&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Johan Byers Smith (twice).

  40. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1891scotland&h=2305206&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Johan Byers Smith.

  41. Alexander Murray: 1844-1907
    Alexander Murray was the second child and eldest son of Abijah and Elizabeth Murray. He was born in Edinburgh on 22 June 1844 and received his education there. At an early age he entered the warehouse of Duncan McLaren, a well-known soft goods merchant and later on he joined his uncle, Ebenezer Murray, and eventually became a partner in the firm of Dalgleish and Forrest, furniture warehousemen. As a young man he took a keen interest in temperance reform and became president of the Edinburgh Total Abstinence Society, a position he held until he left Scotland for the colonies. His wife was Margaret Brown Darling, daughter of Mr James Darling, a well-known Edinburgh businessman who was linked to Darling's Regent Hotel in Waterloo Place, Edinburgh. The couple had six children, two of whom died before they were one year old. The surving children were twins Abijah (1875-1932) and James (1875-1948), who both became solicitors; and daughters Isabella (1881-1941) and Annie (1888 - ?). All four children had the middle name "Darling".
    Alexander and his family went to Queensland in 1876. He held good positions with many firms in Brisbane, including Messrs Stewart Dawson & Co; Benjamin Brothers; Watson, Ferguson & Co; and the New Swanbank Colliery Ltd where for several years he was secretary and city manager. He was also well known in Masonic and temperance cirles. He was Assistant Grand Secretary of the District Grand Lodge of Scottish Freemasons of Queensland, and also Provincial Grand Scribe E of the Provincial Royal Arch Chapter of Queensland SC.
    In the mid 1890s he became associated with the Reverend Jarvis B Johnson, on his arrival in Brisbane, and he took a keen interest in the mission work which Rev Johnson was doing. Apparently it was at Alexander's suggestion that the Rev Johnson established the Joyful News Mission, and Alexander maintained a close association with the misson for about 12 years. He occupied the position of Treasurer for over 10 years and taught the senior girls' Bible class.
    The obituary notice records that Alexander "had been ailing for some time, but did not leave work until the end of 1906. He became seriously ill on Sunday 6 January, but on Tuesday 8 January, when he was visited by Rev Johnson, he appeared to have improved, so much so, in fact, that he was up for a time. He retired on Tuesday night in good spirits, but when his family entered his room on Wednesday morning it was found that he had passed away in his sleep." Apparently among his last words were "Give my love to all in the mission."
    Sadly, his wife's sister, whom he hadn't seen for 31 years, had arrived in Queensland from Edinburgh only a week earlier, accompanied by her niece, Miss Deas. At the time of his death he was living at Regent House, Le Geyt Street, O'Connell-town, Windsor. Before the funeral cortège left the house Rev Johnson conducted a brief memorial serivce. He also read the burial service at the graveside in Toowong Cemetery, the largest in Queensland.
    Applies to: Alexander Murray.

  42. Joined the clerical staff of the Board of Supervision. Staff at the Board were responsible for administering the Poor Law, Vaccination Acts and the Public Health Act.
    Applies to: Abijah Murray.

  43. Furnaceman on James Birth cert
    13 Mar 1866 - Fireman on marriage cert, living Greys Inn Rd
    21 Dec 1866 - James born at 152 High St, Poplar
    Applies to: Henry John Tyrrell.

  44. after studying the page and comparing os and 6s I'm certain that the year is 1846 not 1840
    Applies to: Charles James Tyrrell.

  45. trial of Charles Tyrrell
    Applies to: Arthur Mould Tyrrell.

  46. Cert gives father = James, Goldbeater
    Applies to: Jane Hitchings.


  47. Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  48. Rev. Mr. M. Strachan
    Applies to: George Scott.

  49. 6 Brunswick Place
    Applies to: George Scott.

  50. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1881scotland&h=3710963&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: George Scott.

  51. 64 Warrender Park Road, Edinburgh
    Applies to: Isabella Creelman.

  52. UP Congregational
    Lines/Pines Place
    Applies to: George Scott and Isabella Creelman.

  53. At Edinburgh the Seventh day of March One thousand eight hundred and ninety the Deed hereinafter engrossed was presented for registration in the Books of the Lords of Council and Session for preservation and execution, and is registered in the said Books as follows:
    It is Contracted Agreed and matrimonially Ended between the parties following videlicit :
    George Scott, Advertising Agent in Edinburgh, on the one part, and Miss Isabella Creelman, residing in Galashiels, second daughter of the late William Creelman of Jedburgh, with the special advice and consult of Mrs. Betsy Marshall or Creelman residing in Galashiels, her Mother, in the other part in manner, following:
    That is to say the said George Scott ans Isabella Creelman have accepted and hereby accept of each other for lawful spouses the holy bond of marriage with all convenient speed. In contemplation of which marriage, and in consideration of the Conveyance and Assignation after written, the said George Scott binds and obliges himself his heirs executors and successors whomsoever, out of the first and readiest of his means and Estate heritable or moveable and preferably to any other provisions, to make payment to the said Isabella Creelman, in case she shall survive him during all the days of her lifetime, of a yearly Annuity of Fifty Pounds Sterling and that at two times in the year at Whitsunday and Martinmas by equal proportions beginning the first payment at whichever of these terms shall first happen after the death of the said George Scott for the half year succeeding and the next terms payment at the first term of Whitsunday or Martinmas thereafter, and so forth yearly all the days of the life of the said Isabella Creelman, after his death, with the legal interest of each terms payment during the not payment, and a fifth part more of liquidate penalty in ease of failure in the punctual payment. Thereof and the said George Scot further gives and dispones to the said Isabella Creelman in case she shall survive him, the whole house hold furniture, including Silver Plate and China, that shall belong to him at the time of his death, but declaring nevertheless that it shall be in the power of the said George Scott to legate or bequeath any portions of the said furniture Silver Plate or China to any individual he may choose, notwithstanding the provisions hereof, the said portions not exceeding in all a fourth part of the whole in value, which furniture, under the reserved power before mentioned the said George Scott binds and obliges himself to warrant to the said Isabella Creelman to be free from all debts and claims whatever and the said George Scott further binds and obliges himself and his foresaids to make payment to Isabella Creelman in case she shall survive him, and that within two months from the day of his death, of the sum of Twenty pounds sterling as an allowance for her mournings, and for her interim aliment from the day of his death to the first term of Whitsunday or Martinmas thereafter with a fifth part more of penalty in case of failure and interest during the not payment, and also to relieve her of house rent taxes and servant wages, up to the said first term of Whitsunday or Martinmas and the said Isabella Creelman hereby accepts of the said sums as in full of all she can ask in the name of mournings or alimenting the family up to the said first term; and which provisions above written conceived in favor of the said Isabella Creelman she hereby accepts in full satisfaction of all Terce of Lands, legal share of moveables and every other thing that she, jure relictae, or otherwise could ask her claim or crave of the said George Scott, or his heirs executors and Representatives by and through his death, in case she shall survive him, or that her nearest of kin could ask or demand of him through her death, in case he shall happen to survive her, and in security thereof the said Annuity and other provisions before written in favor of the said Isabella Creelman the said George Scott hereby assigns, conveys and makes over to George Scott, Teacher, Denholm, John Creelman, Bookseller, Galasheils, William Oliver, Manager to Messrs. Hislop and Company, Drapers, Jedburgh, James Turnbull, Writer, Archibald Place, Edinburgh, William Turnbull Clerk to Messrs. Dowells and Lyon, Auctioneers, Edinburgh, Alexander Dowell, Auctioneer there and William Goodfellow, Overseer, residing at Galashiels and Robert Bird, Student of Medicine at present in Appleby in Westmoreland and the acceptors or acceptor survivors or survivor of them and the heir male who shall be the major and within Britain at the time of the last survivor of them, as Trustees (a majority being a quorum) for behoof of the said Isabella Creelman a Certificate of Policy of Assurance by the Scottish Provident Institution Number TI4218 - 4404 dated the Third day of September Eighteen Hundred and fifty for the sum of Two hundred pound Sterling or such other sum as shall become due or payable upon the death of the said George Scott, agreeable to the laws Laws and Regulations of the said Institution, turning and transferring as well the said Policy itself as all his his right and interest therein and sum which may become due thereby, in favor of the said Trustees whom he hereby Surrogates and Substitutes in his full right and place of the premises, with power to them to uplift and discharge the sum which may become due thereby; and the said George Scott hereby binds and obliges himself to keep up and maintain in full force the said Certificate or Policy of Assurance and duly and regularly to pay the annual contribution or payment of Three pounds sixteen shillings payable on or before the twenty ninth day of August yearly during his life which Assignation the said George Scott binds and obliges himself and his foresaids to warrant from all facts or deeds done or to be done by him in prejudice thereof. And further the said George Scott hereby binds and obliges himself and his foresaids, to make payment to the child or children of the said intended marriage, who shall be alive at his death of the following sums of money vid elicet: In case there shall be only one child of the sum of One hundred pounds Sterling, and in case there shall be two or more children of the sum of Three Hundred pounds Sterling among them and which sums so provided to the said children shall be payable at such time as the said George Scott or failing him the said Isabella Creelman shall by any writing under their respective hands appoint, and failing such appointment the same shall be payable to such of the said children as shall then have attained majority or been married, at the first term of Whitsunday or Martinmas which shall first happen after the death of the said George Scott and to such of them as shall not then have attained majority or been married at the first part of the said terms after their respective majorities or marriages with the legal interest in either case, of the said provisions from the respective periods of their majorities or marriages until paid, and a fifth part more of liquidate penalty in case of failure thereof; And it is further declared that in case there shall be more than one child of the said intended marriage, it shall be lawful to and in the power of the said George Scott and failing him of the said Isabella Creelman, to divide and proportion the said provision among the said children as he or she may think proper, and in case of no such division being made the said provision shall belong to and be divided among the said children equally share and share alike and until the said provisions hereby made in favor of the said children shall be paid or become payable to them, the said George Scott binds and obliges himself to aliment and educate them in a manner suitable to their stations, And which provisions before written conceived in favor of the child or children of the said Marriage, are hereby declared by the contracting parties to be in full satisfaction to them of all Bairns part of gear, Legitium portion natural executry and everything else that they could ask or claim my & through the decease of the said Father or Mother excepting what they may think fit to bestow of their own good will only; For which causes and on the other part the said Isabella Creelman hereby assigns dipones and makes over to the said George Scott his heirs and assignees whomsoever, All ans Sundry Lands and Heritages and all and sundry Goods gear debts and sums of money as well heritable as moveable that are now belonging or resting or owing to her, or to which she may succeed or that shall pertain and be owing to her during the subsistence of the said marriage other than her provisions before specified, with the whole Titles thereof, and all action and execution competent to her thereanent; And it is hereby agreed upon by both parties that although the said Marriage should happen to be dissolved within a year and day after the solemnization thereof, without a living child having been born of the same, yet this present Contract and whole clauses therein contained in favor or either party shall subsist and continue in full force, any law or practice to the contrary notwithstanding; And it is also hereby agreed that all manner of action and execution shall pass upon this Contract for implement thereof in favor of the said Isabella Creelman and the children of the Marriage at the instance of the said Trustees above named, or any of them; and the parties hereto Consent to the registration hereof in the Books of Council and Session for preservation and that Letters of Horning for execution on six days charge and all other diligence may follow on a Decree to be interponed hereto in common form, and thereto they constitute
    Their Procurators etc.
    In Witness Whereof these presents written on this and the two preceding pages of Stamped paper by Thomas MacKenzie, Clerk to Messrs. Morton Whitehead and Greig, Writers to the Signet, Edinburgh are subscribed by the said parties as follows vis:
    by the said George Scott at Edinburgh the Sixth day of July Eighteen Hundred and fifty three before these Witnesses Charles Morton Writer to the Signet Edinburgh and James Dickie his Clerk and by the aid Isabella Creelman and Betsy Creelman at Galashiels on the Seventh day of July and year last mentioned before these Witnesses John Melrose, Tanner in Jedburgh and James Hardin, Shoemaker in Hawick. Declaring that the word 'Betsy', on the fifth line of page first is written on an erasure by the said Thomas Mackenzie, before subscription of these presents. (Signed) Geo. Scott: Isabella Creelman, Betsy Creelman; Charles Morton Witness; Jas. Dickie Witness; John Melrose : Wittness; James Hardie : Wittness :-
    Edinburgh 15th July 1853. The foregoing assignation is this day intimated and marked in the Books of the Scottish Provident Institution (Signed) John Watson Secy. - And the said Lords grant warrant for all lawful execution hereon. -
    Applies to: George Scott and Isabella Creelman.

  54. Adam's son John Rankine (given as Ranken in the register) married Ann MacAulay (given as Ncauley in the register) on the 28th October 1845. He was a clerk working in Glasgow, where they both lived. They were married by Dr James Barr one of the ministers of Glasgow.
    Applies to: John Rankine and Ann McAuley.

  55. Place - 5 Lutton Place, Edinburgh
    By William L Box - Independents
    John - Kirkcaldy - Artist
    w- Helen E Box
    w - Theo Smith
    1 1858 LAWSON JOHN CARAGHER MARTHA
    NEWINGTON AND GRANGE EDINBURGH/MIDLOTHIAN 685/02 0091
    Applies to: John Lawson and Martha Carragher.

  56. William - Inkle Street - Printer
    Margaret - Smithhills Street
    Applies to: William Alexander and Margaret Caldwell.

  57. http://www.campin.me.uk/Embro/Webrelease/Embro/17riot/17riot.htm
    The Jolly Cadgers is also about George Heriot's school. Heriot's was the oldest and grandest of four institutions, "hospitals", set up for the education of orphans and the children of the poor. Their management was entrusted to the Merchant Company, and late in the 19th century the Company saw an opportunity to transform them into schools for the middle classes instead. This satire by the typefounder John Blair was reprinted in his Masonic Songs, Oddfellowship Songs and Other Rhymes of about 1890. The lodge songs are dull and routine. This one, part of a parody on Burns's Love and Liberty cantata, is far better, and could hardly be more topical at a time when Edinburgh's Blairite management are bent on privatizing anything that stands still long enough to have a price tag stuck on its arse. When it was written, three of the Hospitals had already been expropriated, and Heriot's was next in line, going under in 1885. It was far wealthier than the others, owning several square miles of what was then becoming Victorian Edinburgh's suburbia, including most of the land between the New Town, Leith and Newhaven. As Blair put it:
    The funds of the three Hospitals named, which were left to maintain and educate the poor (Gillespie's chiefly to maintain the aged poor) have, by the instigation of the Merchant Company, through the instrumentality of an Act of Parliament, been diverted to a very considerable extent from the plainly expressed intentions of the donors into extravagant educational institutions for the children of the middle classes, who, in very many instances, should rather be seen as donors to such institutions than recipients of their charities.
    Heriot's board of governors once had a power under Scots law that perhaps no other school board has ever possessed. Until 1748, they had the heritable jurisdiction of the Barony of Broughton; this gave them the same right as other great landlords to try criminal cases and even sentence people to death, which they did on several occasions. They gave this privilege to the council in 1721 because murder trials were getting too expensive.
    see also http://openlibrary.org/b/OL15594415M/Masonic_songs_oddfellowship_songs_and_other_rhymes
    The Jolly Cadgers
    See the Hospitals before us
    In our ears their funds doth ring;
    Gold in heaps! Have mercy on us!
    We must plunder while we sing -
    CHORUS: A fig for wills by laws protected,
    Make poor people pay school fees;
    While our greed is undetected,
    All endowments we may seize.
    What is Justice? Reputation?
    Who for these a moment cares?
    In a case of desperation
    Cowards tremble, courage dares!
    Rates are paid by all the people -
    Raise them high through the School Boards;
    Screw them up to double, triple,
    But, O! leave us, the rich hoards!
    Have some silly souls objected
    To our scheme so ncely planned?
    Think they we can be corrected,
    Or let pass a prize so grand?
    Away with such a gross delusion,
    Dream of folly wanting brains;
    None could fancy such confusion
    Where the power of reason reigns.
    Here's success to laws adjusted,
    That the charities we gain;
    Who dares say we can't be trusted?
    On our name who puts a stain?
    Applies to: John Blair.

  58. Refuge for Lady Inebriates
    Applies to: Janet Miller.

  59. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1871scotland&h=594573&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Agnes Byers (twice).

  60. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1881scotland&h=2137295&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Agnes Byers (twice).

  61. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1891scotland&h=2305204&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Agnes Byers (twice).

  62. Rev. Mr. M. Strachan
    Applies to: Cecil Scott.

  63. Rev. Mr. M. Strachan
    Applies to: Cecil Scott.

  64. Rev. James Strachan
    Applies to: Jeanie Scott.

  65. Rev James Strachan
    Applies to: Helen Scott.

  66. For many years Ebenezer worked in the furniture business - not only as a furniture dealer but also as an upholsterer and an auctioneer. At some stage he was associated with the firm of Dalgleish and Forrest, 4 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh. They were furniture warehousemen. He was also joined in this by his nephew, Alexander Murray, eldest son of Abijah Murray Senior. Alexander became a partner in the firm. The family archive includes a soft-leather wallet inscribed with the lettering "Ebenr Murray, Dalgleish & Forrests, 4 St Andrew Square". It contains an envelope, with the handwritten address "E Murray Esq" - in which there is a copy of an engraved portrait of the Revd George Payne MA Edinburgh. There is also a pencil and an unused notebook with a fuschia-pink silk cover.
    From Leo Hanmer's web site
    When he was in his late 40s/early 50s, Ebenezer became Superintendent of the Edinburgh Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor. This was a paid appointment and the salary per quarter in 1885 appears to have been £62-10s. Following Ebenezer's death the Treasurer of the Association, Mr T R Marshall wrote to his widow as follows: "As I have been connected with the Association since its commencement I had an opportunity of judging of the great worth of your late husband, how intimately he had the interests of the Society at heart, how much he did to develop its operations and how wisely he acted often under difficult and trying circumstances. His loss has been a great one but he has left the mark of an honoured name behind and the esteem of all with whom he came in contact."
    On 9 December 1872, aged 53, Ebenezer was admitted as an Ordinary Fellow of the Royal Scottish Society of Arts. The RSSA was founded in 1821 as "The Society for the Encouragement of the Useful Arts in Scotland" and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1841. It was concerned with the fields that we would now describe as science, technology, engineering and manufacture but which were then known as the useful arts as opposed to the fine arts.
    He was also a member of the Albany Street Chapel. In expressing the condolences of the Chapel on his death the Secretary, John South wrote as follows: "At the Church meeting held on 2 April, the following resolution was unanimously agreed to, viz "That it be recorded in the Minute Book the great loss we, as a Church, have sustained by the death of Ebenezer Murray who, during a long lifetime, rendered valuable service to the cause of Christ in this place, and whether as an individual, a Church member or as an office bearer, manifested by his consistent work and conversation, the deep interest he felt in the Master's work". " The Deacons of the Chapel also wrote: "While the brethren regret the loss of Mr Murray, they have great pleasure in testifying their appreciation of his consistent life as a Christian; of the ability which he brought to bear on the work of the Church; and of the hearty and lifelong interest which he took in her welfare."
    Applies to: Ebenezer Murray.

  67. The Informant was George McFarlane, her nephew in law, who resided at 29 Eglantine Road, Wandsworth, London South West
    Applies to: Ellen Patterson.

  68. Census
    Applies to: Elizabeth Orrell.

  69. Nick Tyrrell has Marriage Cert
    Applies to: James Frederick Tyrrell and Mary Ann Sutherland.

  70. 20 Mar 1826 Terregles
    Applies to: Sarah Mckenzie Rankine and John Erskine Gibson.

  71. Commercial Bank Dumfries
    Applies to: George Reid.

  72. Commercial Bank, Dumfries
    Applies to: George Reid.

  73. Stillborn
    Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  74. Check possible deaths 1898 Gourock,
    Applies to: Margaret Inglis.

  75. In employ of Falkner Brother, General Draper, Stevenson Square, Manchester
    Applies to: William Rankine.

  76. I P Landed Properetor Farming 400 Ac Mood & 240 Arable Employing 16 Men 4 Woment 3 Boys
    Applies to: John Rankine.

  77. Farmer Of 562 Acres, Of Which 409 Ar. Acres - Employing 7 men, 3 women, 1 Boy
    Applies to: John Rankine.

  78. Was finally awarded £2 10s pa for his trouble
    Beadle fas paid 10s every so ofter for the trouble with the church stove.
    A copule of times a year the collection was taken for the supply fule for the stove.
    Applies to: George Scott.

  79. Bilious fever (13 days)
    Applies to: George Scott.

  80. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1851scotland&h=2354622&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Elizabeth Mershall.

  81. The company of Alexander Murray, Upholsterer and Cabinet Maker started in 1810 at the foot of the Cowgate, Edinburgh.
    in 1816 the company had moved to 319, Cowgate then 79, north back of Cowgate in 1926 and finally to
    1, North West Circus Place.
    In 1830 the company became known as Alexander Murray, Upholsterer, Cabinet Maker and Auctioneers and in 1839 as Alexander Murray & Sons,
    It appears that Ebenezer took over the business after the death of Alexander and subsequently sold out to Dalgleish & Forrest around 1845.
    He continued working for Dalglish & Forrest at 4 St.Andrews Square until he takes over the company in 1860 and is joined by Abijah's son Alexander.
    Sometime before 1871 Ebenezer left the firm in Alexanders
    Applies to: Alexander Murray.

  82. Witnessed by Elizabeth Mary Tyrrell & Jane Moul (sic)
    Applies to: William Moon Tyrrell.

  83. Emma 25-29, Mary Ann 25-29, James 21, Walter 4, Emma 6 (months ?)
    living with James Tyrrill 31, Goldbeater & family
    Applies to: Mary Mould.

  84. 1802-1805 Master Lodge Dumfries Kilwinning No53
    1817 Adam agent for North Star - James - Kirkcudbright
    Applies to: Adam Rankine.

  85. buried in
    St Michael's Chuchyard, Dumfries
    Applies to: Sarah McKenzie.

  86. Assumed parents
    Applies to: Catherine Orrell.

  87. Witness to marriage of William Moon Tyrrell & Mary Mould on April 6, 1808 was Elizabeth Mary Tyrrell
    1816 An EMT marries Rob't Smith
    Applies to: Elizabeth Mary Tyrrell.

  88. 21,39,58,99
    Applies to: Jane Rankine.

  89. Family Tradition of the Murrays is that George was the son of the 2nd son of the Duke of Atholl this would make the father as
    William Murray Marquess of Tullibardine.
    As William never married and was attainted in 1716 it would be impossible to prove or disprove this theory, however it is known that he had descendants, mostly in the States, so why not?
    Applies to: ????william Murray.

  90. 1901 Numerical printer at 11 crimscott st
    twin to ellen
    Grace gives 15/6/81 as birthday
    Applies to: Maud A Jennings.

  91. 1902 Clerk CC
    Applies to: John William Berisford Jennings.

  92. 1901 Stationers assistant 11 crimscott st
    Applies to: Thomas Nathan Jennings.

  93. 1901 School teacher
    Applies to: Jessica Marion Jennings.

  94. aka Auntie Nan
    twin to Maude
    Applies to: Hannah Victoria Jennings.

  95. 1901 metal plate worker
    Applies to: Sydney Alexander Denman.

  96. Lucy S Grove granddaughter
    Albert S N Denman Nephew Metal plate worker
    living at 233 Peckham Rye
    1901 Metal plate woker - Employer
    Applies to: Alfred John Denman.

  97. 1901
    SisterEmma & Brother Stephen staying with family at 7 Kipling Street
    Applies to: Sarah Briffitt.

  98. A lacemaker (according to Hannah Jennings)
    Applies to: Sarah Doye.

  99. IGI search: John Doy & Frances parents, born Epping
    In memoriam card
    acrostic by Henry bannister
    Interred at All Saints, Epping
    Applies to: Hannah Doye.

  100. 1861 shows an Elizabeth Abbey - sister in law living with them. Therefore I surmise that Henry's wife's surname was Abbey, escpecially as their child's middle name is Abbey and the Abbey name contunues down the line
    Applies to: Mary Sophia Abbey.

  101. 1780 Freeman of City of London!!!!
    Applies to: James Jennings.

  102. William L Estrange Eames was born in 1863 at Neemuch near Poona, India, son of William Leslie Eames, an Anglican chaplain attached to an East India Company regiment, and his wife Henrietta, née L'Estrange. As a small boy he went to England and was educated at Oswestry Grammar School and Caius College, Cambridge, with the intention of entering the Church. When his mother died he altered his plans and became a medical student at Trinity College, Dublin. He was interested in soccer, rugby and rowing, and in April 1885 he was one of the youngest captains for the Irish national soccer team. Also in 1885, while he was still an undergraduate, the Sudan War broke out, and he enlisted in a medical unit but the war ended, prior his embarkation.
    In Dublin he graduated in medicine in 1886, applied to join the Army Medical Corps but there were no vacancies, and he decided to sail for Australia. In August 1887 he arrived in Sydney and settled at Newcastle where he was associated in a busy general practice which was largely concerned with the shipping industry. On 19 November 1888, at Christ Church, Newcastle, he married Elizabeth Jane Lockhead, and they had two daughters. He remained in practice at Newcastle until 1914 and was a foundation member of the Newcastle Club.
    In 1891 Eames joined the New South Wales Army Medical Corps (later part of the Australian Army Medical Corps) as a captain, and on the outbreak of the South African War volunteered for service. He left Sydney on 17 January 1900 as a major in the corps' second contingent and disembarked at East London on 22 February. After arrival he organized and commanded the No.2 Bearer Company.
    Eames served during operations in the Orange Free State from February 1900 to November 1900, and he was taken prisoner by the Boers, but Eames was released, and resumed active service. For his work in South Africa he was appointed C.B., awarded the Queen's Medal and mentioned in dispatches. By early 1901 he was back at Newcastle and in 1903, as a brevet lieutenant-colonel, was given medical responsibility for the army in the Newcastle area. He become a lieutenant-colonel in the A.A.M.C. in 1909.
    In 1914 Eames and his family visited England for a holiday, and war broke out and he was keen to enlist, but at 51 was considered too old and was precluded by Commonwealth policy from enlisting in the Australian Imperial Force overseas. Eames was appointed to command a hospital staffed by Australians in London, and for his services he was appointed a C.B.E. In April 1919, he resigned his command, returned to Australia, and that year he retired from general practice. He was active in retirement, with business interests in Newcastle and Sydney, becoming a director of the City of Newcastle Gas & Coke Co. He was an ardent golfer and was keenly interested in horse racing. He died at Rose Bay, Sydney on 26 October 1956, survived by his two daughters. Tall and dignified, possessed of endearing charm and dry humour, he was a distinguished professional man who radiated kindly benevolence.
    Applies to: William L'Estrange Eames.

  103. Commander, Military Order of Aviz (Portugal). Col. and Hon. Major-Gen. (retired) A.A.M.C.
    Applies to: William L'Estrange Eames.

  104. Served in the S. African War; present at the capture of Johannesburg and Pretoria; Battles of Diamond Hill and Riet Vlei; C.B., 1900; mentioned in despatches; V.D., 1911. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C., Australian Unit; mentioned twice in despatches).
    Applies to: William L'Estrange Eames.

  105. There were two LDS submissions for Margaret Hay. I chose this one as the other would make her 14 at marriage
    Applies to: John Donaldson and Margaret Agnes Hay.

  106. over age
    Applies to: Sidney Douglas Delahunt.

  107. 12 Aug 1737 Abbotshall, Fife, Scotland
    Applies to: Agnes Burt.

  108. http://www.chapelhill.homeip.net/FamilyHistory/OurFamilyPhotos/Raymond/
    Applies to: Alfred John Raymond.

  109. 1910
    Witness at daughters wedding ?
    50 Kestrel Avenue Herne Hill
    Father was a builder
    Applies to: Florence Edwards.

  110. Witnesses
    John Spencer Laycock, William Mack
    Applies to: John Mack and Maud Winifred Laycock.

  111. To Peter Walker and Agnes Andrew
    Applies to: Agnes Walker McCaul.

  112. Employing 2 Men & 2 Boys
    Applies to: Robert Hall.

  113. Died in Infancy
    Applies to: Elizabeth Keil.

  114. Witnesses Jeane Darling, John Wilson
    Applies to: Erskine Gillespie Darling and Martha Higgins White.

  115. Born in New farm, his father was a trusted employee of The Duke of Buccleugh on the home farm
    His brother, Thomas wrote "He could not bear to see suffering of any kind without lending a helping hand to releive. I have known him frequently lighten a weary mother's burden on her way, by taking in his arm a tired and fretful child and carrying it to their destination. Nor was he slow, if he overtook a burdened fishwife trundling her heavy barrow to market, to seize the barrow and wheel it along, while she enjoyed the rest to her weary limbs."
    He became an apprentice-joiner on the dukes estate. then pattern maker with Mushets, foundry, Dalkeith
    In 1838 became an abstainer
    On the coming of age of the Earl of Dalkeith while taking down triumphal arch, it fell on him, wounding him and making him unfit for manual labour. Ann suggested hotel or coffe-house on temperance lines which they openned in Dalkeith.
    Hugh Darling revd of Stichel moved to Church of Emerald Hill, Melbourne
    May 1958 moved to St. Andrews with Ann, Thirza, Margaret, Jane & Isabella and openned a temperance hotel in College Street, kids went to Madras school and college
    Fitted up and opened Regent Hotel in 1863
    Thirza was a good singer and Bella a superb one
    1885 Elder, Broughton Place
    1886 Edinburgh International Exhibition he supplied the Temperance cafe
    1889 Health failing
    brother in law James Bunyan dies
    June went to inverness for marriage of Dr Darling
    august kirkaldy with mrs deas
    Sept Aboyne with Thomas
    Applies to: James Darling.

  116. Partner in Cardon & DarlingSeeedsmen, Nurserymen, Florist, 76 Union Street, Aberdeen
    Applies to: Thomas Darling.

  117. In affectionate remembrance of Maggie 2nd dau. of Thomas Darling seedsman d 30 Jan 1872 aged 23 Margaret Alice Watt wife of James Darling teacher d 5 Mar 1892 and their infant son James d 21 Mar 1893. Rachel Noble wife of said Thomas Darling d. 31 Oct 1894 aged 80, Said Thomas Darling d 10 Jan 1897 aged 83.
    Applies to: Thomas Darling.

  118. Staying with Son Thomas
    Applies to: Rachel Noble.

  119. also known as
    Teresa Craib
    Theresa Crab
    Tresia Craib
    Teresa Crail
    Applies to: Teresa Craib.

  120. 1867 MAXWELL NICHOLSON, born 3rd July 1818, son of Christopher N., min. of Whithorn; educated at Whithorn School and Univ. of Edinburgh; tutor in the family of Sir Neil Menzies, Bart.; licen. by Presb. of Weem 1840; assistant at Tranent; ord. to Pencaitland 29th Aug. 1843; trans. to Tron, Edinburgh, 24th Aug. 1854; trans. and adm. (assistant and successor)11th June 1867; D.D. (Edinburgh 1867); died 30th Dec. 1874. He marr. 21st Nov. 1843, Frances Isabella (died 9th April 1892), dough. of Stuart Oliphant of Rossie and Anna Reid, and had issue-Christopher, born 18th March 1845, died 24th May 1845; Anna, born 28th Oct. 1846 (marr. Theodore Marshall, min. of Caputh); Stuart Oliphant, cotton merchant, Liverpool and New Orleans, born 29th Jan. 1849; Mary, born 19th Feb. 1852 (marr. Robert Ellis, C.E., Edinburgh); Francis Maxwell, merchant, Buenos Ayres, born 24th Dec. 1855; Margaret Marianne, born 28th Jan. 1859 (marr. Adam Rankine, cotton broker, Liverpool); Anne Helen, born 5th Oct. 1862. Publications-Rest in Jesus (Edinburgh, 1866); Prayers for Social and Family Worship (Edinburgh, 1874); Redeeming the Time, and other Sermons (Edinburgh, 1875); Communion with Heaven, and other Sermons (Edinburgh, 1877).
    Applies to: Maxwell Nicholson.

  121. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1871scotland&h=594574&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: John Smith (twice).

  122. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1881scotland&h=2137296&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: John Smith (twice).

  123. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1891scotland&h=2305205&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: John Smith (twice).

  124. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901scotland&h=2427254&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: John Smith (twice).

  125. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1901scotland&h=2427255&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Jessie Smith (twice).

  126. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1871scotland&h=594575&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Ann Smith (twice).

  127. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1881scotland&h=2137297&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: Ann Smith (twice).

  128. http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1871scotland&h=594572&ti=5538&indiv=try&gss=pt
    Applies to: James Smith (twice).

  129. > 1 James Gibson b: 1773 Dumfries.Scotland.
    >. +Margaret Reid m: 23 July 1809 Dumfries.Scotland.
    Applies to: John Gibson and Elizabeth Scott.

  130. Leeds Parliamentary Reform Association, an organisation that held to the six objectives of Chartism: universal suffrage for all men over the age of 21; equal-sized electoral districts; voting by secret ballot; an end to the need of MPs to qualify for Parliament, other than by winning an election; pay for MPs; and annual Parliaments.
    Applies to: Samuel Smiles.

  131. (natural son of Michael? Grace Pollock)
    Applies to: David Clark.

  132. Marraige NOT Gros, Hautes-Alpes, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France or Azur, Landes, Aquitaine, France
    Applies to: Jessie McPhail.

  133. Residence of Employer Marian Shaw - Milliner employing 12 assistants
    Applies to: Eliza Jane Whitley.

  134. Alfred Caswell, Hannah Snow
    Applies to: Spencer Oliver Laycock and Eliza Jane Whitley.

  135. London to Fremantle, Australia aboard the HMS Ophir
    Applies to: Mary Ann Laycock.

  136. working with father renovating 21 Hill Street, residence of Lord Willoughby de Broke
    Applies to: John Spencer Laycock.

  137. Margaret Williams (b c1800, d 03.08.1880, dau of Sir John Williams, 1st Bart of Boddelwyddan)
    Henry Peyto-Verney, 16th Lord Willoughby de Broke (b 05.04.1773, dsp 16.12.1852)
    Applies to: Mary Ann Oliver Williams.

  138. Mary Ann listed as "minor" on marriage certificate
    Witnesses
    Henry Walters, Selina Walters
    Applies to: John Spencer Laycock and Mary Ann Oliver Williams.

  139. Wrexham (1837-1974), Cheshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, United Kingdom
    Applies to: Henry William Laycock.

  140. altering the house at 21 Hill Street, owned by Lord Willoughby de Broke
    Applies to: William Laycock.

  141. shop/residence of Amede Eyonniere, dyer and scourer, born Dept of Vendee, France
    Applies to: Fanny Moody.

  142. Registration of birth of William James, Hilary, Jane Emma and Matilda Rosina
    Applies to: William James Moody.

  143. 1811 - Samuel "Mordy", King's Head Yard, inmate in Mr. Howard's cottage; Howard, coal merchant, Cottage, King's Head Yard, 3 male inmates - this was likely William Howard, Samuel's father-in-law.
    Applies to: Samuel Moody.

  144. http://www.oldandnewedinburgh.co.uk/volume1/page099.htm
    Applies to: John Deas.

  145. Janet
    Applies to: Jessie Auld.

  146. Coal miner who repaired mine passage roofs and sides
    Applies to: Lewis Cumming Allardice.

  147. Elizabeth Alerdice
    Applies to: Elisabeth Allerdice.

  148. Came to America with wife Agnes, sons Alex, Robert, and Thomas and son from previous marriage, John D. Jr. per Gerald Allardyce
    Applies to: John Allardice.

  149. On "The Australia" 1,170 tons.Arrived Melbourne,about 19/11/1853.
    Essendon, Vic., Aust for a short tiime, then Pentland Hills where many Scots families had settled
    Applies to: Lachlan Grant.

  150. 1883 November 24
    Fence Lesmahagow, Lanark
    Nitshill & Lesmahagow Coal Co
    Jas. McCartney, Fireman, 68
    Miscellaneous underground - on inclined planes
    Run over by a train of tubs on self-acting incline, having failed to get into a man hole
    Applies to: James McCartney.

  151. Stonehouse is a small rural village in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is located on Avon Water in an area of natural beauty and historical interest, near to the Clyde Valley.
    Applies to: Jean Somers.

  152. There is a discrepency here the "Queen's Arms" was at 18, Portland Street not 8
    Applies to: John Alexander Alsford.

  153. -I am putting the year of 1825 as this is the concensus of opinion at my Family History Society. The Aberlour parish records of this period are odd to say the least. It appears some attempt to rescue eralier records was being done. The entries seem to be in family pairs mostly an entry for 1825 & an entry for 1827. As the second Kemp entry is for 1827 I put the year of 1825 on the first. Having said that there are entries for 1818 & 1835 close by.
    Applies to: Margaret Kemp.

  154. until 1950
    Applies to: Harry Ripley Mackeson.

  155. O50 p308
    Applies to: James Warren Barter Adair.

  156. Check Birth Glasgow 644/1 1808 for parents
    Applies to: Hughina Mackay.

  157. previous marraige to Burchill
    Applies to: Jane Bridges.

  158. ISBN : 0907929001
    Applies to: Source 1.

  159. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1841, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1841
    Applies to: Source 2.

  160. 1841 Scotland Census, Edinburgh, Scotland: General Register Office for Scotland
    Applies to: Source 3.

  161. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1851, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1851
    Applies to: Source 4.

  162. 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration
    Applies to: Source 6.

  163. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1861, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1861
    Applies to: Source 7.

  164. Scotland, 1861 Scotland Census
    Applies to: Source 8.

  165. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1861, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1861
    Applies to: Source 9.

  166. Library and Archives Canada, Census of Canada, 1871, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, n.d.
    Applies to: Source 11.

  167. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1871, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1871
    Applies to: Source 12.

  168. Scotland, 1871 Scotland Census
    Applies to: Source 13.

  169. Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
    Applies to: Source 15.

  170. Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, Recensement canadien de 1881, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Bibliothèque et Archives Canada
    Applies to: Source 16.

  171. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1881
    Applies to: Source 17.

  172. Scotland, 1881 Scotland Census
    Applies to: Source 18.

  173. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1881, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1881
    Applies to: Source 20.

  174. Library and Archives Canada, Census of Canada, 1891, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2009
    Applies to: Source 21.

  175. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1891
    Applies to: Source 22.

  176. Scotland, 1891 Scotland Census
    Applies to: Source 23.

  177. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1891, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1891
    Applies to: Source 25.

  178. United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900
    Applies to: Source 26.

  179. Library and Archives Canada, Census of Canada, 1901, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2004
    Applies to: Source 27.

  180. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives, 1901
    Applies to: Source 28.

  181. Scotland, 1901 Scotland Census
    Applies to: Source 29.

  182. Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901, Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1901
    Applies to: Source 31.

  183. Library and Archives Canada, Census of the Northwest Provinces, 1906, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2008
    Applies to: Source 32.

  184. Library and Archives Canada, Census of Canada, 1911, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 2007
    Applies to: Source 34.

  185. Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, Recensement canadien de 1916 pour les provinces du Manitoba, de la Saskatchewan et de l Alberta, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Bibliothèque et Archives Canada
    Applies to: Source 36.

  186. United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930
    Applies to: Source 38.

  187. 1707-1830
    Applies to: Source 46.

  188. Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, RG 85, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration
    Applies to: Source 47.

  189. Library and Archives Canada, Border Entries, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, n.d.
    Applies to: Source 48.

  190. Army Medal Office, WWI Medal Index Cards
    Applies to: Source 49.

  191. British Columbia Vital Statistics Agency, , British Columbia, Canada
    Applies to: Source 52.

  192. State of California, California Death Index, 1940-1997, Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics
    Applies to: Source 55.

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