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10951 surname also Stickwood. Stigwood, Zachariah (I18088)
10952 Surname at marriage was Rusland.
1851 Bridge St Kirkwall age 76 widow, daughter Jane 35 Milliner.
Russell, Christian (I32453)
10953 surname Borwick. Hourston, Ann Malcolm (I28493)
10954 Surname Hourston or Sabiston Hourston, Barbara (I28499)
10955 surname is shown as Archelus/ Archles/ Archeles. Harcus, Jean (I27564)
10956 surname Limmer or Foreman. ?, Ann (I14648)
10957 Surname listed as Muir in 1891 census.
1901 living with mother and step father William Sinclair.
1911 Rothiesholm House (11 r/w) Stronsay age 20 Domestic Servant. 
Dearness, Margaret Jane (I28611)
10958 surname may be Box.
Wm Thos Fletecher Groat Spouse Name: Emily Maud Box Marriage Place: Victoria Reg Victoria Registration Year: 1909 Reg Number: 2990
Wills, Emily Maud (I44650)
10959 surname may be spelt strach. Stracke, Maria Catharine (I16692)
10960 surname may have been Cormack. Ritch, Margaret (I41608)
10961 surname may have been Forbes? Fergus, Mary (I44849)
10962 Surname may have been Heddle Peace, Margaret (I34005)
10963 surname may have been Planck. Plank, George or Joseph (I47501)
10964 surname possibly Baikie. married 11 DEC 1840 St Andrews, and also registered 29 DEC 1840 Rousay (named as Eleanor Bakie) ?, Helen M (I17652)
10965 surname possibly Peace. Peace, Jean (I30660)
10966 Surname spelt Littlefield Rawlinson, Emmaline (I29)
10967 Surname spelt Shethway.
1841 St Salvator Stronsay Ladykirk age 60 Teacher, wife Cecilia age 60, also Mary age 40, Rebecca age 35, James Angus age 10 and Cecilia Miller age 7.
1851 St Salvator Stronsay Ladykirk age 74 Teacher, wife Cecilia age 71, daughter Mary age 50, grandson James Angus age 20 and grandaughter Cecilia Miller age 15.
1861 St Salvator Stronsay Ladykirk age 84 Retired Teacher Of English, daughter Mary age 60 House Keeper. 
Skethway, Scollay (I9145)
10968 Surname spelt Stephenson in all censuses.
1841 Franks Stronsay age 45 Agricultural Labourer, wife Betsy age 45, children; William 15, Betsy 15, Thomas 10, Peter 7, Isabella 4.
1851 Park of Housebay Stronsay age 56 Crofter of 2 acres & Ag Lab, wife Betsy age 55, daughter Isabella 14.
1861 Park of Hunday Stronsay age 67, wife Betsy age 67, children; Margaret 30, Thomas 28.
1871 Park of Housebay Stronsay age 76 Pauper, wife Betsy age 73 Paupers Wife, both living with son Thomas age 38 and his family.
1881 Park of Housebay Stronsay Peter has died but widow Betsy age 86 pauper living with son Thomas and his family. 
Stevenson, Peter (I21769)
10969 surname spelt Teddish. Informant at death was husband Jacob Plank, his X mark. Tedeschi, Sophia (I16584)
10970 surname was also Louttit. Wood, Jean (I27905)
10971 Surname; if married in 1840; Pollard or Waltham, surname if married in 1841; Holloway. Holloway, Elizabeth (I15736)
10972 Susan Burgar; Birth Year: abt 1876, Age: 10 Months, Death Date: 10 Jun 1877, Death Place: Currency Creek, Residence Place: Currency Creek
Father's name: William Burgar, Registration Place: Encounter Bay, South Australia, Page Number: 217, Volume Number: 81
Burgar, Susan (I36508)
10973 Susan Gettemy Age: 6 Birth Year: abt 1854 Gender: Female Birth Place: Pennsylvania Home in 1860: Cook, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
Post Office: Stahlstown Family Number: 423 Household Members: William Gettemy 59 Martha Gettemy 57 Margaret Gettemy 12 Rosy Gettemy 10
Susan Gettemy 6 George Gettemy 1
Gettemy, Susan (I31282)
10974 Susan Harriet Calver aged 23 came alone Jan 1857 on the Escort.
Susan Harriet Flett, Birth Year: abt 1832, Age: 32,Death Place: Victoria,Father's name: Celver John.
Registration Year: 1864, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 7522
Calver, Susan Harriet (I34075)
10975 Susan Jane Dowling Spouse Name: Fountain Barber Marriage Date: 02 Nov 1870 Marriage Place: Tasmania Registration Place: Launceston, Tasmania Registration Year: 1870 Registration Number: 366.
Susan Jane Dowling Spouse Name: Fountain Barber Marriage Date: 02 Nov 1870 Marriage Place: Tasmania Registration Place: Launceston, Tasmania Registration Year: 1870 Registration Number: 366
The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas.)
MARRIAGE. BARBER--DOWLING.-On November 2nd. at St. John's, Launceston, by the Venerable Archdeacon Browne, assisted by the Rev. M. B. Brownrigg, Fountain Barber, third son of the late Mr George Simpson Barber, of Sutton, Norfolk, to Susanna Jane Dowling, youngest daughter of Mr H. Dowling, Hatherley, Launceston.
Susan died in 1887 in Nelson, New Zealand. Fountain continued living in N.Z. and ran a bookshop.
Dowling, Susannah Jane (I47410)
10976 Syd Morn Herald Sat 30 Sept 1922; BIAS- RUSSELL -August 30, 1922, at The Scots' Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Thos. Tait, M. A., B.D., James William Spence, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.Thos. Bias, of Birsay, Orkney, Scotland, to Annie Agnes (Aggie), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D.Russell, of Viewforth, Dawes Point, Sydney.
Bias, James William Spence (I34596)
10977 Sydney Morning Herald Sat 18th May 1929, HARCUS.-May 14, at a private hospital, Newcastle,

Catherine, relict of the late Peter Laughton Harcus,

of North Queensland, and beloved mother of Margaret

(Mrs. Sheehan), Estelle (Mrs. Shearer), and Ralph

Harcus, of Broken Hill, aged 71.
Clarkson, Catherine (I30375)
10978 Sydney Morning Herald Sat.12 august 1893; STEEL-SINCLAIR. - June 29, 1893, at Oddfellows' Hall, Woollahra, by Rev. J. Macaulay, M. A. Robert S., third son of the late Robert Steel, of Paddington, to Catherine J. C., youngest daughter of John Sinclair, of Orkney,
Scotland. Home papers please copy.
Sinclair, Catherine Joanna Corbet (I31907)
10979 Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 18th October 1924; FRISKEN.-October 13, at Temora, David Balfour, beloved husband of Margaret Frisken, in his 74th year.
The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette NSW Friday 17th October 1924; MR. D. B. FRISKEN
The death occurred an Temora on Wednesday of Mr. David Frisken, an old and highly respected resident, at an advanced age. The deceased was also well known in Wyalong, having for several years conducted an iron foundry at Central Wyalong (near the old Lighthouse mine) under the name of Frisken and Atkinson. His wife survives him.Their Golden Wedding was recently celebrated in Temora. He was well known and highly esteemed in Masonic circles, being a member of Lodge Pioneer during his residence here, and of Lodge Temora throughout his lengthy residence there, and was accorded a Masonic funeral. 
Frisken, David Balfour (I23819)
10980 Sydney Morning Herald Friday 13th May 1874; SINCLAIR-Feb. 19, Mr. Peter Sinclair, aged 37 years, native of Orkney Islands.
Sinclair, Peter (I19984)
10981 Sydney Morning Herald Friday 28 April 1944
LESLIE.-April 26, 1944, Elizabeth Leslie, of 3 Woodstock Street, Waverley, dearly loved wife of the late Thomas Leslie, J.P. (builder), and loving mother of Margaret (Mrs. D. P. Tait), in her 88th year. 
Morgan, Elizabeth (I32154)
10982 Sydney Morning Herald Friday 8th May 1874, SHEARER-WALKER-April 1, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev. Thomas Gainford, David Hepburn Shearer of Scotland, to Margaret Ann, youngest daughter of Henry Walker, of Woolloomooloo, Sydney.
David H Shearer, Death Date: 1886, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: Peter, Mother's name: Jane
Registration Year: 1886, Registration Place: Petersham, New South Wales, Registration Number: 3263.
Died February 8, 1886 in Dulwich Street, Petersham, Sydney NSW
Shearer, David Hepburn (I37432)
10983 Sydney Morning Herald Monday 5th March 1900; RENDALL.-March 3, at Sydney Hospital, from the effects of a tram accident, Mary Ann Rendall age 23, daughter of George Rendall, of Cambewarra.
Rendall, Mary (I34921)
10984 Sydney Morning Herald Monday 9th Jan. 1939; LORIMER.-January 7, 1939, at her residence, 34 Walton Crescent, Abbotsford, Ann Keith Lorimer, relict of the late David Lorimer, dearly loved mother of Jessie (Mrs. Muir), David, James, William, Frank, Mary (Mrs. Pringle), Jack (deceased),
and Wallace .
?, Ann Keith (I36129)
10985 Sydney Morning Herald Sat 30th January 1909 GOLDEN WEDDINGS. CLOUSTON-CLOUSTON.-January 30, 1859, at Old Stepney church, in the county of Middlesex, London, England, Thomas Hutton Clouston, of Finstown, Orkney, to Ann Clouston, of Stromness, Orkney. Present address: 9 Rowntree-street, Balmain.
1861 56 Lower Thames Street Barking; Publican, Rose and Crown Hotel.
1871 Rose and Crown Hotel 56 Lower Thames Street Barking age 35 Licensed Victualler, wife Ann 38, children; Anne 7, Elizabeth 5, Thomas 3, Isabella 6 months.
Shipping Record : Arrived 15th Apr 1875;
CLOUSTON Ann 37 Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
CLOUSTON Annie 11 Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
CLOUSTON Elizabeth 9 Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
CLOUSTON Margaret 1 Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
CLOUSTON May inft Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
CLOUSTON Thomas 39 Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
CLOUSTON Thomas 6 Jerusalem 1875 Sydney and family Reel 2140, [4/4799] Page 141; Reel 2486, [4/5000]
Death of Thomas Snr : The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 23rd December 1913
CLOUSTON - December 22, 1913, at his late residence, 9 Rowntree-street, Balmain. Thomas Hutton Clouston, born at Firth, Orkney Islands, aged 78 years.
Thomas H Clouston, Death Date: 1913, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: William, Mother's name: Betsy
Registration Year: 1913, Registration Place: Balmain North, New South Wales, Registration Number: 15911
Clouston, Thomas Hutton (I37129)
10986 Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 22nd October 1881; TOMISON.-October 19, at her residence, Wells-street, Redfern,
Margaret Morison McGuffie, dearly beloved wife of William H. Tomison, aged 47.
McGuffie, Margaret Morison (I32348)
10987 Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 29th August 1931; BEGG.-August 26, 1931, at Lewisham private hospital, Peter Tulloch Begg, late of 188 Parramatta-road, Ashfield. Privately cremated August 28, 1931. Aged 56 years
Peter T Begg, Death Date: 1931, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: John, Mother's name: Barbara
Registration Year: 1931, Registration Place: Petersham, New South Wales, Registration Number: 11766
Begg, Peter T (I21986)
10988 Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 12th July 1883 STOVE-SINCLAIR.-June 13, at the residence of Rev. Mr. Sutherland, Robert, second son of Mr. Robert Stove, to Sarah Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John Sinclair, Deerness, Orkney papers please copy.
The Scone Advocate NSW Friday 2nd September 1932; MR. ROBERT STOVE .
The death took place in a private hospital, Hurstville, on Wednesday last, of Mr. Robert Stove, of 60 Goulburnstreet, Hurstville, following a brief illness, at the age of 73 years. The deceased gentleman is survived by his widow and six children, sons being Mr. R. J. Stove, Headmaster of the Scone D.R. School, and Mr. David Stove, now of Armidale High School,and formerly in charge of the Scone D.R. School. Interment was made in the Woronora Presbyterian Cemetery the following day. The family have the sympathy of a very wide circle of friends in their affliction.
Stove, Robert (I32422)
10989 Sydney Morning Herald Tues 18 July 1950; LOUTTIT Marion Margaret - July 17, 1950 at the residence of her daughter Prince s Highway Bomaderry late of Moruya. (near to Nowra)

The Braidwood Review and District Advocate NSW Tuesdsay 1st August 1950
The death occurred at Nowra on July 17 of Marion Margaret Louttit, two days off her 78th birthday.She was the sole survivor of the ten children of William Mclntosh, and was born on the Deua River. In her girlhood the deceased lived for a few years in Nowra, but returned to Moruya, where she married John F. Louttit in 1899. There were two daughters and three sons of the marriage, viz., Molly (Mrs. Duncan,Nowra), Charlotte (Mrs R. J. Hill,
Harden), Allan, John (deceased) and Cecil.In 1931 John Louttit died and his widow lived on in Moruya until two years ago, when she went to live with her daughter in Nowra. Eight years ago she suffered a stroke, and her health has been poor ever since. Her death was not unexpected, as her condition had been low for some time previously.The remains were brought to Moruya for burial in the C. of E. portion of the local cemetery. - 'Examiner.
McIntosh, Marion Margaret (I34167)
10990 Sydney Morning Herald Wed 5th Oct 1881; DAVIDSON.-August 24, at Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland, the wife of Captain C. W. Davidson, ship Brilliant, of a daughter (Hilda Pearson).
NSW State Records : Hilda Pearson Davidson - Date of Death 06/02/1957, Granted on 09/05/1957, Date range: unknown. Item Number Or Control Symbol: Series 4-460606, Descriptive Note: Hilda Pearson Davidson - Date of Death 06/02/1957, Granted on 09/05/1957 Location:
Western Sydney Records Centre, Kingswood.
Davidson, Hilda Pearson (I36523)
10991 Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 21st April 1869, THOMPSON-HILLIAR-March 4th, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. W. E. Bourne, Wesleyan minister, Magnus Thompson, master mariner, Orkney, Scotland, to Joanna, youngest daughter of the late Mr. John Martin
Hilliar, of Myrtle Grove, Macleay River, N.S.W
Magnus ( Tomison ) and Joanna Hillier were very productive, giving birth to 11 children in the Macleay River area ( last was born in 1888, and the last two were born in Kempsey. )
Port Macquarie and Hastings River Advocate Saturday 14th April 1917; Death of Captain Magnus Thompson.
A very old and highly respected resident of the Macleay, in the person of Captain Magnus Thompson, died at Arakoon, Trial Bay, on Wednesday last, aged 79 years.
Magnus Thompson; Death Date: 1917, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: Donald, Mother's name: Jane
Registration Year: 1917, Registration Place: Kempsey, New South Wales, Registration Number: 7534
The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle advertiser NSW Friday 20th April 1917; The death is reported from Arakoon, Trial Bay, of Captain Magnus Thompson, at the age of 79 years. He took the first cargo of wheat from Port Pirie in 1873. He was for some years in business on the Macleay, and on his retirement resided in Sydney for a time, but returned to the Macleay and built a fine residence at Trial Bay, where he had since resided.
Tomison, Magnus (I42425)
10992 Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 22nd March 1944 IN the Will of GEORGE MICHAEL MUMBY formerly, of Curlwaa in the State of New South Wales but late a member of the Australian Military Forces Number V.80485 deceased Application will be made after 14 days from the publication hereof that Probate of the late Will and Testament dated Januaiy 1940 of the abovementioned deceased may be granted to Frances Mumby the sole executrix named in the said Will and.....
( This might be a relative ) The Age Melbourne Friday 9th October 1908 MUMBY -On the 6th Oclober, at 21 Welllngton- Street, Windsor. Joseph Mumby, born at St. Ives Huntington England in his 90th year. A colonist of 26 ? ? years Home papers please copy. . .
Name: Jos Mumby Birth Year: abt 1819 Age: 89 Death Place: Prahran, Victoria Father's name: Mumby Jas Mother's name: Sarah Rose Knightley Registration Year: 1908 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 15014
Mumby, George Michael (I44652)
10993 Table Talk (Melbourne, Thursday 18th May 1922;
The engagement is announced of Miss Jessie Louttit, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Louttit, of"Koraleigh," N.S.W., to Mr. Joseph H.Hope, of Nyah, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hope, of Melbourne.
Louttit, Jessie Isabel (I34896)
10994 Tailor and Clothier.
St Magnus Cathedral Graveyard, Kirkwall, g11/28;
Erected by ROBINA YORSTON to the memory of her husband SAMUEL SHEARER who died 3rd May 1860 aged 25 years. Also SAMUEL their son who died 20th May 1861 aged 1 year and JOHN their son who died 26th May 1861 aged 3 years. 
Shearer, Samuel (I45334)
10995 TAIT Margaret Drever; October 7 1954 of Bondi Junction loved wife of David Petrie Tait and fond mother of Elizabeth. Privately cremated October 9 1954. Leslie, Margaret Drever (I32150)
10996 Taree is a far bigger centre further up the Manning river.
Harrington is on the coast near the mouth of the river.
Henry W Muir, Death Date: 1931, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: Richard, Mother's name: Mary
Registration Year: 1931, Registration Place: Taree, New South Wales, Registration Number: 9508
The Northern Champion Taree, NSW Saturday 27th June 1931; MR. H. W. MUIR.
The following additional details regarding the late Mr. Henry Wallace Muir, whose death was announced in our last issue, have been contributed: The late Mr. Muir was born at Sanday, Orkney Isles, in January, 1855. As a youth he followed tho occupation of a farmer in the Isles until, at the age of 23, he went to New Zealand, where he remained for six years. In 1884 he came to New South Wales, and met his uncle, Captain Muir, who was tho pilot at Harrington for many years. Deceased joined the same service and, after a strenuous life, he retired in 1917. Deceased and his late wife took a holiday trip to Scotland in 1922, and during their journey of eight months in Scotland they met many old friends. Deceased took very great interest in the progress of Harrington, and was particularly interested in the soldiers' memorial hall. Those in distress never appealed to him in vain,and in church matters he was very earnest. Tho site on which the PresbyterianChurch is built at Harrington was a gift from deceased. His first wife was Miss Margaret Mcintosh, and as a result of this union the following family was born: Wallace(Crowdy Head), Norman (Rozelle), Gordon (Harrington), Mrs. P. O. Nelson(Drummoyne), Mrs. H. Milne (Artarman)Mrs. J. Finnan (Harrington) and Miss Ann Muir (at home). One son (Andrew) died on active service. Subsequent to the death of his first wife he married Miss E. Scott-Muir, of Edinburgh. She lived at Harrington for many years, and predeceased him four years ago. His third wife (nee Mrs.Brown, of Sydney) survives him. The remains were interred in the old cemetery on the pilot station hill on Wednesday afternoon. Although the afternoon was unpleasant there was a large gathering of deceased's old friends. The Rev. H. S. Parsons officiated at the graveside and paid an eloquent tribute to the upright life which the late Mr. Muir had lived. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. S. A. Bridge.
Muir, Henry Wallace (I25486)
10997 Tarland, Aberdeen 1881; Residents at Police Station.
1. James B Watson, Head,Mar,M,29, Police Constable Abdnsh Constabulary. Orphir, Orkney, Scotland
2. Mary D Watson, Wife,Mar,F,33, . Fetteresso, Kincardine, Scotland
3. Robert J Watson, Son,,M,3, . Belhelvie, Aberdeen, Scotland
4. Mary J Watson, Dau,,F,2, . Belhelvie, Aberdeen, Scotland
5. George W Watson, Son,,M,0, ( 1 month ). Tarland, Aberdeen, Scotland 
Watson, James Boswell (I41019)
10998 teacher lived near darlington , unmarried Moar, Mary Thomson (I2537)
10999 Tenant at Stenaquoy, Eday. Chalmers, John (I29350)
11000 Thanks to Dorothy Brooks for much of the Australian Spence family information. Spence, John (I9208)

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