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11101 See father's notes. Garson, Daniel (I39149)
11102 see hugh,s notes.
The Argus Melbourne Sat. 1st July 1865; NOTICE is hereby given, that PROBATE of the LAST WILL and TESTAMENT of WILLIAM CORMACK, late of 0'Connell-Street, Hotham, Melbourne, storeman, deceased, be granted to Hugh Cormack, of Melbourne, aforesaid, contractor, tho sole executor named therein. Dated this thirtieth day of June, A.D. 1865. 
Cormack, William (I2872)
11103 see husbands notes. Rendall, Isabella (I5085)
11104 see mike rendall's website "" for further details about charles and his second wife margaret sullivan Gullion, Charles Fraser (I3008)
11105 see notes for brother William. Stockan, James (I37534)
11106 see notes for father in law.
1861 Stanegos Westray age 41 Farmer of 10 acres, wife Ann 44, daughters, Elizabeth 15, Hellen 12.
1871 Swinkhole Westray age 49 Farmer of 6 acres, wife Ann 52, daughters; Betsy 24, Ann 10, son in law David Rendall 21 fisherman, granddaughter (JoAnn) Ann Rendall 10 months.
1881 Taftend Westray age 55 farm lab, wife Margaret nee Dearness 52, brother in law Thomas Dearness 50, Father in law Thomas Dearness 86 b Eday. Also Ann Pottinger 19.
1891 Roadmire Westray age 67 farm servant, wife Margaret nee Dearness 62, brother in law Thomas Dearness 60 farmer, also Margaret Pottinger 75 boarder, single, pauper.
1901 Old U P Church Session House Westray age 71 widower, pauper, daughter Ann 30? Housekeeper.
Ladykirk, Pierowall, Westray row b2 plot 30;
Pottinger, Thomas (I7950)
11107 see notes for son Thomas. Dearness, Robert (I11325)
11108 see parents notes.
1901 Inkermann Shapinsay age 58 Charwoman, living with brother William age 52, his wife Jane age 48 and 3 step children; Agnes Copeland age 26, James Copeland age 22 and Robina Copeland age 21. 
Drever, Margaret (I10006)
11109 See RCE. Scott, Jessie Craigie (I35406)
11110 see sister in law notes.
St Boniface, Papa Westray plot 272;
Erected by JANE ROBERTSON in memory of WILLIAM ROBERTSON many years gardener at Holland died at Montrose where buried 04/10/1890 aged 62 years. 
Robertson, William (I12796)
11111 see sister Janet's notes Harcus, Elspet (I5591)
11112 Selina Isabel Littlechild Spouse Name: John Leslie Steel Marriage Date: 04 Apr 1894 Marriage Place: Tasmania
Registration Place: Tasmania Registration Year: 1894 Registration Number: 704
Littlechild, Selina Isabel (I26201)
11113 Selina Isabel Littlechild Spouse Name: John Leslie Steel Marriage Date: 04 Apr 1894 Marriage Place: Tasmania
Registration Place: Tasmania Registration Year: 1894 Registration Number: 704 (parents of Phyllis Steel )
The Mercury (Hobart, Tas) Thursday 19 April 1894 STEEL-LITTLECHILD.-On April 4, at the Wesleyan Church, St. Helen's, by the Rev, Frank Lade, Leslie J. Steel, of Eastbourne, Conara, second son of John Steel, Esq., "Thompson Villa," Falmouth, to Selina Isabel, second daughter of H. W. Littlechild, "Hillcrest," St Helens.
Steel, John Leslie (I46691)
11114 September 1835 - Old Parish Records 1835, Stronsay. Bill of Mortality 1835 "...No 20. James Croy aged about 35 years died in September."
Croy, James (I19504)
11115 Sergeant in WW1. formerly a page boy. Littlechild, Albert George (I15576)
11116 Sergt JOHN G SPENCE, 12th Bat HLI, killed in France 25th March 1918 aged 26 years. Spence, John George (I47638)
11117 SERVICE NUMBER 24984, 24 Infantry Battalion. Allan, Ferdinand Sebastian (I39771)
11118 Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley, Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser (Vic. : 1882 - 1891; 1914 - 1918) Friday 18 April 1890; James Foubister, of East-house, St Andrew's, Orkney, died recently, aged 101 & half years. He is said to have occupied his Farm for 64 years. As a young man be made several trips to the Davis Straits for whale fishing, and on one occasion his vessel was taken by a French Privateer. At another time, his vessel was lost in the ice, and the crew suffered great hardships. Foubister, James (I34311)
11119 She married George Richard Taylor, a bricklayer, at the Independent Chapel, Market Hill, Maldon, on 10 June 1933. She was then 25, living at 37 Buleigh Road, Maldon. Her father George Littlechild is described as an agricultural labourer. George Richard Taylor was 28, a bricklayer, living at Perceville, Victoria Road, Maldon. He was the son of George Henry Taylor, a builder. Witnesses were Hy L Freeman and George Littlechild. The latter could be Beatrice's father just a year before he died, or her elder brother. It is possible that George Richard Taylor was born in Maldon in March quarter 1905. He and Beatrice had a son William R in Maldon in June quarter 1934.
Taylor, George Richard (I7637)
11120 She was a domestic,16, at Thorn, Westray in 1901. Leslie, Margaret Sibella (I34744)
11121 She was a dressmaker and died at Flaws in 1911. Taylor, Elizabeth (I23794)
11122 Shepparton Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1953) Monday 16 July 1923 MURCHISON. Mr. James Miller, of the Goulbourn Weir, brother of Mr. H. Miller, baker, of Murchison, is at present an inmate of the Bethesda Hospital, Richmond, He has undergone serious operations, performed by Dr. Newton (specialist), assisted by Drs. Rowden, White and Foster. The operations were successful, and Mr. Miller was getting on satisfactorily, but later news was received to the effect that he was in a very serious state.
Miller, James (I33498)
11123 Shepparton Advertiser (Vic. : 1914 - 1953) Monday 9 January 1922; Edna Earle Miller, aged 14, (youngest daughter of Mr Henry Miller, of Murchison), passed away. About eight weeks ago, she was taken suddenly ill. Dr. W. E. Hewitt was called in, and, after examination, he diagnosed the case as a serious one, necessitating an operation, and with this object in view, he ordered the patient's removal to the Mooroopna Hospital. In the endeavor to if
possible avoid the operation, Mr. Miller decided, after his daughter had been at Mooroopna a couple of days, to seek city medical advice, and he secured a cot for his daughter in the Melbourne Hospital. At that institution the diagnosis of Dr. Hewitt was confirmed and during the course of the following couple of weeks, no less than three severe operations were performed on the unfortunate girl. The malady from which she suffered was an unusual one affecting the bones, and when it was realised that there was no possible hope of recovery, it was decided to bring the patient back to her home at Murchison. Deceased was a prepossessing and lovable young girl. The funeral was a lengthy one, a large cortege following the remains to the Murchison cemetery. The service at the graveside was read by the Rev. H. S. Legge, M. A., B.D., the mortuary arrangements being in the hands of Messrs. McGilton and Matthews.
Edna must have had a different mother, because Christina had died in 1900.
Miller, Edna Earle (I49688)
11124 Sheriff Clerk, who drowned at Scapa in May 1883 aged 47. The death was registered by his brother William B. Bruce and a post mortem carried out by a Dr John Bruce - Bruce, John Armit (I10766)
11125 ship Hyderabad, 816 tons, Captain F. Castle, from London 23rd November 1853 & Southampton 7th December 1853, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 14th March 1854; Sclater / Slater William 49 Farm Servant Orkney Jane 50
Scantler (Sclater) David Agr. Labourer - Orkney Slater / Sclatter
Scantler (Sclater) Robert Agr. Labourer - Orkney Slater / Sclatter
Scantler (Sclater) William Agr. Labourer - Orkney Slater / Sclatter with family ?
Scalter Margaret Cook Orkney Slater / Sclatter
Two other children , Elizabeth Slater and James Slater, had been aboard the Thetis in 1851
Slater, William (I41462)
11126 ship Marion, 919 tons, Captain George Kissock, from London March 1851 / Plymouth 24th March 1851, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 29th July 1851. with 350 emigrants.
From the Adelaide Times, August 2):
It was our painful duty yesterday to announce the loss of the emigrant ship Marion, Captain Kissock, on Troubridge Shoal, on Tuesday last, and we now proceed to a detail of the circumstances attending this melancholy catastrophe, as far as they have reached us.
There were six deaths on board, and nine births. The deaths were, one adult, four children under fourteen years of age and an infant. From the births there is to be deducted also one infant child, which died shortly after being brought on shore on Thursday morning.
The Marion struck on Troubridge Shoal on Tuesday evening about ten minutes before eight o'clock. The weather was moderate, but very hazy, and there was a man at the time in the chains sounding, his last call being five fathoms. The ship struck gently on the shoal, and, on the water receding, she was left high and dry, in an upright position, her stern being much lower than her head, and her lower hold almost immediately filling with water.
The Marion had no sooner struck, than Captain Kissock, with the greatest promptitude and self-possession, ordered the boats to be lowered, and got as many of his unfortunate passengers as they would hold, in them, intending, if possible, with the aid of a considerable portion of his crew, to have them landed on the neighbouring coast. Eventually, however, about 180 of them were safely landed on Wednesday afternoon at Cape Jervis, whence the majority of them have since made their way to town. Fortunately, too, the little schooner, Maid of the Mill, went to the wreck about four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, and took out the greater part of the luggage, and brought it up to Port Adelaide, with about 150 of the poor emigrants.
The Wooroora Producer Balaklava Thursday 28th June 1917, Mrs. Mary Dinnison, a colonist of 67 years, died at Mount Wedge recently.
Irvine, Mary (I35902)
11127 Ship Masters cert issued in London 29th Dec 1851.
Balmain Observer and Western Suburbs Advertiser Saturday 3rd November 1906 DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.
Another old resident has gone to his long home. We refer to Capt. Morwick, who has resided in Beattie-street, near Evans-street, for 30 years. The captain had been a martyr to rheumatism for many years, and on. Monday last he succumbed somewhat suddenly, heart failure being the cause. The captain was predeceased by his first wife a few years. During that lady's life, the elderly couple were widely known for their charitable
acts and kindly Christian disposition, a reputation which was also maintained during his widow's career. Although he was forced to live a very retired life, by reason of his ailment, the old captain was greatly respected by all with whom he came in contact, or who had known him in years gone by. His remains were interred at Rookwood on Tuesday afternoon before a large circle of friends and acquaintances. The Rev. H. C. Foreman (of the Helping Hand Mission) conducted the service at the house, and the Rev. G. O. Cocks (of the Central Mission) read the burial service at the grave. The captain has left a widow (a second wife) to mourn her loss. The deceased was one of the oldest shipping identities of Port Jackson, having paid his first visit to Sydney, as an apprentice on the brig ''Falmar,'', 65 years ago. The captain was born at Pomona, Orkney
Islands, and went early to sea. In 1854 he commanded the barque ' Caspar' ' and was long identified witih the Australian trade, subsequently taking charge of the steamers ''Beautiful Star' and '''Wenona,' his last command. Thirty years ago Capt. ' Morwick settled in Balmain at his Beattie-street home 'Pomona,' and about five years later retired from the sea life, and made his garden his hobby. He was interested in horticulture, and for years, his garden was the admiration of the district, his roses and. carnations in particular gaining him a reputation among experts. Of a kindly, and unassuming disposition, he was greatly esteemed, and his death has evoked widespread expressions of regret.
The funeral was conducted by Messrs. Wood and Company, under the personal supervision of Mr. A. C.. J. Wood.
Australian Town and Country Journal Sydney Sat.10th August 1878; JOHNSTON.-August 2, at the residence of Captain Morwick, Beattie-street, Balmain, John Elliott Johnston, aged 26.
Marwick, Hugh (I41908)
11128 ship Prince of Wales, 1,470 tons, acting captain, James Peat, from London 13th July, Plymouth 21st July, 1866 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 17th October 1866; The South Australian Advertiser, Thursday 18 October 1866 p. 2; Groat William 22 Labourer 623/1 Orkney
William Taylor Groat Death Date: 1939 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: John Mother's name: Mary
Registration Year: 1939 Registration Place: Wentworth, New South Wales Registration Number: 12120
Groat, William Taylor (I42859)
11129 ship Standard, 714 tons, Captain John Blyth, from London / Plymouth 6th March 1852, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 15th June 1852
Rendell David 32 Agr. Labourer, Rebecca 29, William 5, Margaret inf.
Rebecca and David left Plymouth on the Standard on 6th March 1852, arriving in Adelaide on 15th or 16th June, 1852.
David and a number of others drowned in 1868 whilst returning from working on a salvaged shipwreck.
25th Mar 1868; We regret to learn that a fatal accident has occurred off Point Lonsdale, by which the lives of six men, who were engaged in recovering goods from the wreck of the ship Light of the Age, have been sacrificed. It appears that a boat was returning from the wreck to the shore on Monday night. There were nine men in it, and when in the breakers it capsized, and three only of those on board were able to reach the shore. The persons drowned were-Richard Harvoy, of Sandridge, who leaves a widow and five children ; David Randall, Sandridge (a diver), who has also left a widow and five children ; John Wilson (a diver) ; William Blunt ; John Sinclair, who had a wife and two children ; and a man known as Harry, who was lately in the Sailors' Home. The bodies have not been recovered.
31st Mar 1868 We learn by telegram from Point Lonsdale that two of the bodies of the men recently drowned have been washed ashore. One of them was that of William Blunt. It was fearfully decomposed. The other body was that of Randall, the diver. It could only be recognised by the apparel. Inquests were held yesterday on the bodies. 
Rendall, David (I10612)
11130 Ship Steadfast, 534 tons, Captain T. Spencer, from London 19th July 1852 / Plymouth 26th July 1852, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 15th November 1852 Irvine Magnus 21 Agr. Labourer 814/2 Orkney ( seemingly the sole Orcadian aboard )
Magnus Irvine, of full age, agricultural labourer and fisherman from Orkney, single, aged 21yrs, arrived in South Australia 8th November 1852 aboard the "Steadfast" which sailed from London on 29th July 1852.
Chronicle (Adelaide, SA Saturday 6th May 1911;
Captain Magnus Irvine, an old Portonian, died at his residence, Heath-street, Birkenhead, on Tuesday, at the age of 81 years. He was born in the Orkney Islands, and arrived in South Australia 60 years ago. The late Captain Irvine was engaged in the coastal shipping trade for along period. His son, Captain M. P. Irvine, followed in the footsteps of his father,and became a master mariner at Port Adelaide. The deceased gentleman had long been a member of the Royal Victoria Lodge of Oddfellows.
Observer Adelaide 6th May 1911; Capt. M. Irvine.
The death of Capt. Magnus Irvine at his residence, Heath street, Birkenhead, on Wednesday morning removed one of the
pioneers in the coastal trade of South Australia. He was born in the Orkney Islands in 1831, and arrived in South Australia 60 years ago. For many years he sailed small craft in and out of Port Adelaide, and was well known at Edithburgh, where he traded in the Sailor Prince in later years. He has left one son ( the present master of the Sailor Prince), one daughter, and several" grandchildren.
The Adelaide Advertiser Friday 5th May 1911;
IRVINE.-On the 2nd May, at Heath-street, Birkenhead, Magnus, the beloved husband of Helen Irvine, and youngest son of the late Magnus Irvine, of Shapinsay, Orkney Island, aged 81 years. A colonist of 50 years, leaving a widow, 1 son, 1 daughter, and 12 grandchildren. ''A patient sufferer at rest.'' Orkney papers please copy.
placed in paper 3 months before Helen Petrie's Death )
The Advertiser Adelaide Thursday 2nd May 1929; IRVINE.-In loving memory of Magnus dearly loved Husband of Helen Irvine, who passed away at Heath-street, Birkenhead, on the 2nd May, 1911. Thy purpose, O Lord, we cannot see. But all Is well that Is done by Thee. -Inserted by his loving wife and family.
Irvine, Magnus (I31015)
11131 ship Thetis, 550 tons, Captain Dodds, from London / Plymouth 30th May 1851, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 6th September 1851.
Shearer William 23, Agr. Labourer, 1473/3, Orkney, Betsy 19.
William Shearer, Birth Year: abt 1828, Age: 26, Death Date: 05 Jun 1854, Residence Place: Adelaide, Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 67, Volume Number: 3.
William Shearer, Birth Year: abt 1828, Age: 40, Death Date: 01 Aug 1868, Death Place: Adelaide
William Shearer Birth Year: abt 1828 Age: 26 Death Date: 05 Jun 1854 Residence Place: Adelaide Reg Place: Adelaide, South Australia
Page Number: 67 Volume Number: 3
Shearer, William (I35573)
11132 shipmaster from liverpool Peterkin, Alexander (I2401)
11133 shipping clerk. Clouston, John (I23460)
11134 Shipping Record :
MOAR James 18 Boanerges 1857 Sydney and/or Newcastle Reel 2138, [4/4794]; Reel 2475, [4/4967]
( Probably disembarked in Adelaide, as that is where the wedding below took place )
James Moar, Father's name: George Moar, Spouse Name: Margaret Dillon, Spouse's Father's Name: Thomas Dillon, Marriage Date: 04 Mar 1858
Marriage Place: St. Andrew Scotch Church Adelaide, Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 88, Volume Number: 33.
The Daily News Perth Thursday 16th August 1923; MR. JAMES MOAR.
News was received this morning of the death of Mr. James Moar, of 'Parkside,' Adelaide, father of Mr. H. Moar, of D. and W. Murray, Ltd,, Perth. The late Mr Moar had been a resident of Adelaide for the past 50 years, and was one of the oldest and most respected members of the staff of the head office of Murray's Ltd.,from which he retired a few years ago, after 45 years of continuous service.
James Moar
Death Place: South Australia
Registration Year: 1916-1925
Registration Place: South Australia
Page Number: 142
Volume Number: 464
Moar, James (I18286)
11135 Shop Assistant. Tait, Mary (I37381)
11136 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 100;
In loving remembrance of DAVID WOOD who died 28th June 1902 aged 36 years also ISABELLA WOOD who died 9th May 1917 aged 61 years also MARY ANN WOOD who died 20th Sept. 1928 aged 78 years and JAMES S WOOD who died 19th Mar. 1932 aged 74 years. 
Wood, David (I573)
11137 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 101;
Erected to the memory of ANNE ARTHUR spouse of JAMES FLETT farmer Enhallow who departed this life 22nd April 1972 aged 90 years also their daughter MARY FLETT who departed this life at Slap, Costa 30th Sept. 1895 aged 73 years and ANNE SPENCE and daughter and niece of above and daughter of JOHN and ANNE SPENCE Eastabest, Birsay who died there 29th May 1929 aged 88 years and her grandfather MAGNUS MILLER buried here in 1815. There remained therefore at rest to the people of God. 
Miller, Magnus (I33555)
11138 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 10;
In memory of ISABELLA HARPER wife of DAVID SKEA who died at Vinquin, Costa, Evie 8th March 1944 the above DAVID SKEA died 16th Oct 1949. Gone but not forgotten. 
Harper, Isabella (I505)
11139 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 116;
Erected by WILLIAM WOOD in memory of his beloved wife MARY HARPER who died 28th Sept. 1883 aged 57 years. 
Harper, Mary (I487)
11140 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 124;
Erected by KENNETH SPENCE in loving memory of his wife MARY A MILLER who died at Dale, Rendall 5th April 1923 aged 81 years and his son DAVID killed in action at St. Ellis, France 28th April 1917 aged 33 years. Asleep in Jesus. 
Miller, Mary Ann (I635)
11141 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 133;
Sacred to the memory of MARY ANNE MOWATT who departed this life Nov. 15th 1852 aged 19 years HUGHINA MOWATT or MUIR died 3rd Sept 1893 aged 51 years. 
Mowat, Hughina (I17496)
11142 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 139;
In loving memory of JOHN WOOD ISBISTER died at Millhouse, Costa 6th April 1945 aged 72 years also his beloved wife CATHERINE TOMIMA BAIKIE died 11th April 1951. 
Isbister, John Wood (I471)
11143 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 145;
Sacred to the memory of my beloved husband WILLIAM RENDALL of Arwick who died at Creya, Woodwick, Evie 29th July 1908 aged 79 years also MARIA OLIVER wife of the above who died at Backyards, Woodwick, Evie 14th May 1932 aged 95 years also his daughter JESSIE G RENDALL who died at Balfour Hospital, Kirkwall 11th Nov. 1919 aged 51 years. Only goodnight beloved not fairer. 
Rendall, William (I25032)
11144 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 17;
Erected by WILLIAM HURSTON in memory of his beloved wife MARY HOURSTON who died at Grudair, Evie 2th Feb. 1917, aged 47 years also their son GEORGE LOGIE who died at Turridale, Evie 18th Dec. 1904 aged 2 years and 12 months and the above WILLIAM HOURSTON who died 5th April 1933 aged 73 years. 
Hourston, Mary Magdalene (I28983)
11145 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 18;
Erected by WILLIAM HOURSTON in memory of his beloved mother ANN JOHNSTON or HOURSTON who died 4th Aug. 1894 aged 73 years. 
Johnston, Ann (I28973)
11146 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 19;
Erected by JOHN ARNOT GIBSON in memory of his beloved wife VIOLET WINIFRED SCARTH who died at Quoys 2nd April 1940 aged 35 years. 
Gibson, John Arnot (I36561)
11147 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 212;
In memory of ELIZABETH CRAIGIE spouse of MAGNUS RENDALL who died 23rd April 1854 aged 82 years.
May have been born 21 MAY 1772 to possible parents were William Craigie & Eliza Mainland. 
Craigie, Elizabeth (I14645)
11148 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 228;
In memory of DAVID ROBERTSON Parish Teacher of Evie and Rendall who died 3rd June 1863 aged 85 years and his wife ISABELLA TRUMBLAND who died 25th April 1868 aged 77 years. 
Trumbland, Isabel (I18815)
11149 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 29;
To the memory of WILLIAM MILLER, Hestival, Evie beloved husband of MAGGIE J GIBSON who died 31st Dec. 1937 aged 63 years also the above MAGGIE J GIBSON who died 28th Feb. 1958 aged 80 years. 
Miller, William (I18855)
11150 Shore Rd Cemetery, Evie plot 31;
In loving memory of WILLIAM HARPER died at Costa, Evie 24th April 1898 aged 82 years also his beloved wife MARY BAIKIE died at Costa, Evie 10th Mar. 1906 aged 76 years. Asleep in Jesus. 
Harper, William (I484)

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