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10851 Possibly married; Marriage of James Smith & Margaret Copland, 1822-12-22, Saint Andrews and an error with Margaret instead of Anne?
1841 ??
1851 Newbigin St Andrews age 54 Fisherman, wife Ann 49, children; James 20 Shoemaker, Hellen 18, John 13, Robert 10.
1861 Newbigging St Andrews age 65 Farmer of 20 acres employing 2 Lab, wife Ann 59, children; Hellen 28, Robert 20.
Hall of Tankerness, St Andrews, c/21;
In memory of JAMES SMITH late of Newbigging born 17th June 1795 died 31st July 1870, also his daughter HELLEN born 6th July 1832 died 4th May 1891. 
Smith, James (I46019)
10852 possibly Mary Ann Reid b 14 AUG 1864 Westray to mother Mary Ann Reid.
St Olafs Cemetery (old section), Kirkwall, row 26, plot 8;
Erected by JOHN WALLS in memory of his beloved wife MARY ANN REID who died 19th April 1939 aged 74 years. Also the above JOHN WALLS who died 22nd Jan 1951 aged 86 years. Only waiting. 
Reid, Mary Ann (I4358)
10853 possibly Mary Bowcut and married Thomas in West Ham 1876 ?, Mary (I15598)
10854 possibly middle name is Edith not Elizabeth. Miller, Annie Elizabeth (I6553)
10855 possibly old kirkyard headstone 146 Begg, Jean (I5092)
10856 possibly old kirkyard headstone 174 Sutherland, James (I2777)
10857 possibly Peter and Patrick are one and the same.
1871 Viggie Sanday age 17 Ploughman. 
Garrioch, Peter (I24524)
10858 possibly registered in 1862 in Hatfield 3a 274 as Jane Rebecca Littlechild, Jane Rebecca (I15331)
10859 Possibly the James Leslie shown at Carrick Mains, soldier, 3 children at North School; Mary AP b 14/03/12, Jean JGW b 11/05/16 and James W b 30/01/18. more research needed.
1911 Carrick Farm age 21 single, second horseman. 
Leslie, James (I5948)
10860 Possibly this death record, but if so, then Young Mary from Eday outlived all other members of her family by years and years.
Mary Peace, Birth Year: abt 1859, Age: 95, Death Place: Chel, Victoria, Reg Year: 1954, Reg Place: Victoria, Reg Number: 696
( Chel is Cheltenham where there is an old large cemetery and a big hospital / institution that has been used for various things since in was built probably about the 1930s. Cheltenham was once a sort of outer southern suburb, but now is just part of general suburbia. )
Peace, Mary (I33663)
10861 Possibly this inscription in St Olafs Cemetery (old section), Kirkwall 36/61 applies;
In loving memory of ANDREW MUIR MEIL, beloved husband of ANNIE TWATT, who died at Dyke-End, St Ola 21st June 1963 aged 78 years. Also the above ANNIE TWATT who died 13th May 1977 aged 89 years. 
Twatt, Annie (I25315)
10862 Possibly this inscription in St Peters Kirkyard, Sandwick 1J/55 applies
Sacred to the memory of ALEXANDER SMITH, Grind who died 17th August 1924 aged 87 years. MARY TWATT, his wife, who died 5th July 1924 aged 84 years. GEORGE TWATT, Grind who died 29th November 1857 aged 55 years. ANN CORRIGALL, his wife, who died 6th January 1890 aged 92 years. (slab) Momento mori. 
Twatt, Mary (I25347)
10863 Possibly this NSW death for Andrew; Andrew Hogarth, Death Date: 1879, Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1879, Registration Place: Carcoar, New South Wales, Registration Number: 4955
Hogarth, Andrew (I37347)
10864 possibly this ref;
Janet Harkas, Birth Year: abt 1857, Age: 49, Death Date: 27 Apr 1906, Death Place: Parkside, Residence Place: Adelaide
Registration Place: Norwood, South Australia, Page Number: 211, Volume Number: 317
Harcus, Janet (I4606)
10865 Possibly this shipping record, travelling alone to Victoria on the Anne Royden in 1857 :
And a very faint possibity of this NSW death ( not enough info. ) :
Andrew Loutitt,Death Date: 1920, Death Place: New South Wales, Reg Year: 1920, Reg Place: Narrandera, New South Wales, Reg Number: 3559
Louttit, Andrew (I22387)
10866 Possibly this travel record solo to Victoria : FLETT THOMAS 22 AUG 1867 WHITE STAR B 269 008
The South Australian Advertiser Monday 24th May 1869; FLETT-HIGGINS.-On the 20th May, at Trinity Church, by the Ven. Archdeacon
Marryat, Thomas Flett, of Beltana, Far North, only son of the late William Flett, Esq., to Anna, only daughter of Mr. Samuel Higgins, of
North Adelaide.
Flett, Thomas (I33054)
10867 possibly this; Hudson’s Bay Company contract: Reid, John; 1854; age 28; origin Scot OKI Eday; work location HB NT Great Slave Lake Big Island; Interpreter; £32 pa. (2) sig. free passage health not being strong; archives location code A.32/50 fo.118-119
It fits in with the gap between first and second children.
1861 Blackpow age 39 farmer of 24 acres, wife Ann 28, daughters; Ann 7, Jane 2.
1871 Blackpow age 42 farmer of 24 acres, wife Ann 37 (nee Rousay), children; James 9, John 5, Ann 17, Jane 12, Mary 3, Jane Irvine wife's mother 79 widow.
1881 Blackpow age 52 farmer of 24 acres, wife Ann 47, children; James 19, John 15, Mary 10.
1891 Blackpow age 63 farmer, wife Ann 57, children; James 28 Fisherman, John 25 Ploughman, Mary 20 Seamstress.
1901 Blackpow age 73 crofter, wife Ann 67, son John 35, daughter in law Isabella 30.
1911 Blackpow age 83, wife Ann 78, (mar 58y,5,4.), son John 46 widower.
Old Eday Kirkyard Headstone 3. 
Reid, John (I920)
10868 Possibly this; Margaret Odie. Buried in St Andrews 6 Apr 1816. Oddie, Margaret (I45665)
10869 Possibly was born 29th Nov 1851.
It is probably this Magnus ( i.e. Magnus Mungo's father ) who went bankrupt. Both were unlucky in their hard farming lives.
Adelaide Observer Saturday 22 May 1886; INSOLVENCIES; Magnus Irvine, of Pekina, farmer.
Magnus Irvine; Death Date: 15 Jul 1926, Death Place: South Australia, Registration Year: 1926-1930, Registration Place: South Australia
Page Number: 404, Volume Number: 488
Irvine, Magnus (I31019)
10870 possibly was born 8 September 1756 Orphir, to William Norn & Marjory Spence. Norn, Margaret (I11864)
10871 possibly;
Australasian Melbourne Saturday 7th July 1934; Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Westacott, of Benalla (V.), for the wedding of their daughter, Rita Alys, to Mr. A. J. B. Louttit, of Corack East, on Saturday, July 7th, at the Methodist Church, St. Kilda.
Archibald John Barbour Louttit 1907 - 1980. 
Louttit, Archibald John Barbour (I33832)
10872 possibly;
Lady, Sanday 14/1;
In loving memory of GEORGE W ROBERTSON who died at Viggie 3rd July 1945 aged 81 years. Also his wife MARY DEARNESS who died in Edinburgh 31st March 1937 aged 75 years. 
Dearness, Mary (I12295)
10873 Possibly; 1911 Warthill (5 r/w) Holm, age 48 crofter, wife Elizabeth 48,(Mar: 26y, 6, 5), children; William 23, Margaret IM 16, Elizabeth 11, David 7. Tait, David (I789)
10874 Possibly; Birth of Thomas Baikie Morwick (M), 1805-06-30, Kirkwall & St Ola, Son of Robert MORWICK & Margaret LINKLATER
1841 Work St Ola age 35 farmer, wife Margaret 35, children; Robert 5, Mary 3, also Helen Marwick 25, and mother in law Mary Marwick 60.
1851 Work St Ola age 44 Farmer of 50 acres, wife Margaret 47, children; Robert 14, Mary 13, Thomas 9, Margaret 4.
1861 Work St Ola age 55 widower, Farmer of 250 acres employing 5 men & 2 women, children; Mary 23, Margaret 15, Thomas 19 Ploughman, Robert 25 Ploughman, daughter in law Sarah 28 Dressmaker, grand children; Thomas 4, Mary 3, Margaret 9 months.
1871 Work St Ola age 65 widower, Farmer 300 acres. 
Marwick, Thomas (I46678)
10875 Postmaster. Aim, William (I37380)
10876 Premature birth, Stewart only lived for 6.5 hours. Notes courtesy of Catherine Clague (nee Cooper). Cooper, Stewart (I31081)
10877 Prestonkirk Learmonth, John (I41626)
10878 Prestonpans Learmonth, Robert (I25278)
10879 Presumed to be child Roberta, 1, in the 1911 census based on death: Roberta MILLER, age 67, mother’s name MILLER; 1976, 672/ 340, Irvine Ayr
Miller, Roberta (I47304)
10880 previous censuses see sister Margaret
1871 Broombanks Eday age 57 Head, um Wool Spinner.
See RCE for further details. 
Leslie, Elizabeth Mittern (I7861)
10881 prime minister of New Zealand Massey, William Ferguson (I6689)
10882 Private in The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). Regimental Number; 30054 Rendall, John Thomas Sinclair (I32816)
Son of Fotheringham Rankin Bruce and Christina Bruce, of Cheshire; husband of Martha Bruce, of 56, Mary St., Hightown, Manchester. SERVICE NO. 41780
Bruce, Thomas Oliphant (I42115)
10884 Private, 1st Bat Seaforth Highlanders, 204227. Dearness, Magnus Baikie Louttit (I27901)
10885 Private, 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles (Quebec Regiment). Died of wounds. Son of William and Mary Littlechild, of Goderick, Ontario. Of England. Age 22. Littlechild, Cecil Charles (I42718)
10886 Probable birth; Birth of William Skethway (M), 1797-01-21, Shapinsay, Son of James SKETHWAY & Jannet HEDDEL
1841 Shoreside Shapinsay age 45 Fisherman, wife Christian 30, children; Margaret 12, Robina 8, William 6, John 5, Jessy 2, George 6 months. Also Janet Skethway 70 (mother?)
Aboard the Harry Lorrequer to Adelaide in 1849, arrived South Australia 26 Dec 1849 with children on the 'Harry Lorrequer';
Skethway William age 42 Labourer, single parent. May have lied about his age.
Margaret 20 with parent, James 18 Shoemaker with parent, Robina 16 Servant with parent, William 14 Labourer with parent, John 13, Jessie 9, George 7, Jean 5.
William Sketheway; Birth Year: abt 1794, Age: 87, Death Date: 02 Jun 1881, Death Place: Adelaide, Residence Place: Adelaide, Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 272, Volume Number: 111
The following is an extract courtesy of; Migration to South Australia in 1851 by James M Irvine Member No 96
The immediate reason for this migration from Shapinsay was undoubtably the “removal” of tenants, the “squaring” of the land and other agricultural improvements which the new laird of Shapinsay, David Balfour, and his factor, Marcus Calder, commenced in 1848 (Mary Zawadzki 1986, The Balfours and Balfour Castle p20). “As a result of all these improvements, life in Shapinsay became somewhat easier than it used to be. With the laird’s encouragement and assistance, some of the tenants and evidently some servants, left Shapinsay to try for an even better life in Australia” (Foden op.cit., p61). These migrations contributed to a fall in Shapinsay’s population from 935 in 1841 to 898 in 1851, before rising again to 973 in 1861 (Barclay op.cit., p19). "But why did these migrants choose South Australia? For this we have to go back a few years to a religious dispute on Shapinsay (Paul Sutherland 1985, The Laird, the Factor and the Elders: Change and Stress in Shapinsay 1847) which led the emigration of one of the elders on the island, William Skethaway, to South Australia. He probably chose this colony because it had become a popular destination for religious dissenters (Douglas Pike 1967, Paradise of Dissent South Australia 1829- 1857). He arrived at Port Adelaide in December 1849 as an assisted passenger with eight children, but now a widower, and presumably had then written back to his former neighbours that there were good employment opportunities for non-skilled immigrants - exactly what many Shapinsay folk were soon to be seeking. (I am grateful to Robert Janbmaat for the facts above). But while this exodus from Shapinsay was significant locally, these migrants only accounted for one in four of those who left Orkney for Adelaide in 1851. For these other Orcadians perhaps the Shapinsay folk had “spread the word”; perhaps it was just that this destination had become “the” place to migrate to: certainly at this time books were being published in UK on migrating to Australia (Robert Hughes 1987, The Fatal Shore p557). The passenger lists suggest that many of the Orcadians (and no doubt others) migrated in groups of relatives and neighbours. Many of the single persons bear the same surname as families on the same voyage. Maybe the John Heddles in the two SFN articles were related. And in response to Janet Stevenson’s plea (SFN 22, p18) I can now show the probable relationship of the four Shapinsay families who emigrated on Marion in 1851: (see below) And why did the Orcadian migration to South Australia then slow so suddenly in 1852? No doubt the news of the discovery of gold in NSW and Victoria that reached UK in late 1851 quickly made Adelaide a less popular destination. And some of the new arrivals may have written home of hardships they had encountered: eight years later, William Ward, who had migrated as a 26 year old unmarried agricultural labourer in July 1851, wrote from Adelaide to David Balfour thanking him for the £10 Balfour had sent him and advising he had “this week begun work which will last but a few weeks and then I must look for more it is always the case here everything is so uncertain, .… I may well rue the day I came here for I have never settled or at all comfortable and done no good for myself since the day I left you.” (Orkney Archives D2). But this unfortunate example was not typical, for the majority of Orcadian migrants to South Australia “made good”, and many of their descendants still flourish there 150 years later".
Skethway, William (I35325)
10887 Probable death of daughter Elizabeth; was she born of a previous wife of Robert? or did the neighbour get it wrong?: District of Morningside, Edinburgh; Elizabeth FOTHERINGHAM, Music Teacher (retired), Single; 18 March 1837, 7.25 pm, 10 Gillespie Cres, Edinburgh; F, 83 yrs; father Robert FOTHERINGHAM woodmerchant (dec); mother Euphemia EDWARDS (dec); Informant Christina MORE, Occupier, present; D. Dinnie registrar.
Fotheringham, Elizabeth (I47238)
10888 probable father of the 3 children of Ellen Kent, more research needed and pos RCEs to view. Stout, Thomas (I11566)
10889 probable parents were Peter Croy & Margaret Cooper. Croy, Ann (I10522)
10890 probable parents were Thomas Muir & Margaret Scott.
1851 Little Sower Eday age 85 widow, former miller's wife, daughter Jessie age 40 um, dressmaker. 
Muir, Helen (I3426)
10891 probably born 15th May 1801 Birsay to Magnus Spence & Mary Spence. Spence, Ann (I39411)
10892 Probably Josiah George Littlechild b mar 1890 reg. Romford 4a 362. Littlechild, George (I4322)
10893 Probably Mary Wallace. Robert Hay & Mary Wallace had 3 children listed on the IGI but no Margaret;
Elizabeth b 1st Feb 1800, William b 21st Jan 1804, Andrew b 25th Apr 1813 all on Sanday.
1851 Catherine Place Kirkwall age 77 widow, Formerly Wool Spinner, living with son in law David Peace 47 Day Labourer, daughter Margaret 40 Straw Plaiter and their daughter Mary Peace 18 Straw Plaiter. 
Wallace, Mary (I36238)
10894 probably not married. Cumming, James (I11621)
10895 Probably Rosa Ellen b 1883, birth reg in West Ham Sep 1883 4a 154 Littlechild, Rose (Carrie) (I15611)
10896 Probably the only exciting thing that ever happened on Faray was in December 1908, when the Hope, a fishing vessel from Peterhead, ran aground on the Holm of Faray during a storm leaving its crew stranded on the rocks. The 'Five Men of Faray' as they were known, being William Burgar of Cott, John Hercus of Doggerboat, James Groat of Leaquoy, Robert Reid of Holland and John Drever of Windywall, braved the storm to row across the Lavey Sound and rescue the crew of the stricken Hope. Their reward was a trip to the Scottish mainland to meet Edward VII at Balmoral where they each got a medal each together with "a good pipe and some tobacco". ( Courtesy of Mike Rendall's web site) Harcus, John (I3460)
10897 Probate 1939; Elizabeth Farren of 83 Victoria Park Rd Hackney London, widow. died 30th March 1939. Probate London 3rd May; to Amelia Farren spinster, and Elizabeth May Pryor widow. Brown, Elizabeth Louisa (I7632)
10898 Probate Date: 5 Feb 1973 of 133 Cat Hill East Barnet Herts £15662 Shearer, Robert Gibson (I8060)
10899 Probate effects left to Ethel May. ?, Ethel (I27624)
10900 Probate of Jemima Bews of 2 Spey Street Pibrig Edinburgh spinster died 8 October 1907 at Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, Confirmation of Andrew James Pearson sealed London. Bews, Jemima (I49194)

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