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11101 The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 16th Nov 1877; GROUNDWATER.-November 9, at the residence of her cousin, Sale-street, Orange, N. S. Wales, Jeannie, the beloved wife of Edward Groundwater, watchmaker and jeweller, late of Edinburgh, Scotland, third daughter of the late John Sutherland, merchant, Aberdeen, and stepdaughter of George Murray Esq.,
Inland Revenue Officer, Burntisland, Scotland, aged 25 years. 
Sutherland, Jeannie (I32201)
 
11102 The Sydney Morning Herald Mon 18th July 1932;
SINCLAIR.-July 16, 1932, at a private hospital, Chatswood, Agnes Pottinger Sinclair, late of Stonehall, Deerness, Orkney, Scotland, beloved sister of John Sinclair, U.S.A., Mrs. R. Stove, D. P. Sinclair, J. L. Sinclair, and Mrs. R. S. Steel, also late Dr.E. P. Sinclair.
 
Sinclair, Agnes Pottinger (I31908)
 
11103 The Sydney Morning Herald NSW Sat 25th July 1931; GOLDEN WEDDINGS.
BRASS-WATSON - July 22 1881 at Invercargill NZ by the late Rev John Ferguson late of St.Stephen' s Church Phillip street Sydney William Brass son of the late James Brass Kirkwall Orkney Islands to Jeannie Watson, daughter of the late Thomas Watson Berwick-on-Tweed Scot land. Present address 37 Garrong road Lakemba, Sydney.
 
Brass, William (I33879)
 
11104 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW Thursday 7th January 1904; GREEN. - At Varna-street, Randwick, Captain Malcolm Green, late Lieutenant, R.N.R., aged 76. Homepapers please copy.
Australian Town and Country Journal (Sydney, Wednesday 13th January 1904; Death of Captain Malcolm Green, R.N.R.
One of the old and fast-disappearing class of shipmasters, Capt. Malcolm Green, R.N.R., died on January 6, at his residence, Varna-st., Rand-wick. The deceased gentleman, who was about 70 years of age, was a native of the Orkney Islands. Years ago his name was well known in Sydney, and many Indian and American ports.He had taken to the sea when 18 years of age, after a course of mechanical training, entering the employ of the late Mr. Ward, of Liverpool. He concluded his apprenticeship in the employ of Messrs. Duncan Dunbar and Company, and sub-sequently commanded the ships Waterloo, Dun-can Dunbar, Vimiera, and Sarah Grice. On coming into Sydney, in 1857, as chief mate of the Waterloo, he heard that his brother, Captain James Green, of the Dunbar, had been wrecked at Sydney Heads, losing his life, his ship, and all hands but one. The scene of this wreck was not at The Gap, at Watson's Bay, as is generally supposed,but some distance to the southward
of it. A portion of the fortification fence has been placed over the spot, a little to the north of the hotel, and it has been suggested that some permanent mark should be erected to denote the spot at which occurred one of the most awful catastrophes of our coast.
After retiring from the sea Captain Malcolm Green was for some years in the employ of Mr.Washington Soul, a former shipmate, and old friend, but ill health compelled him to retire from active pursuits some five years ago. He leaves a widow and two sons. It is appropriate that the old sailor was buried at the South Head Cemetery.
 
Green, Margaret (I33696)
 
11105 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW ) Friday 21 July 1944; LOUTIT. July 19, 1944, Mary Ann Loutit, daughter of the late Captain W. R. Loutit, in her 91st year.
LOUTIT.-The Funeral of the late Mary Ann Loutit will leave our Chapel 3 Mlssenden Road Camperdown this Frlday after Service commencing at
2 pm for Rookwood Crematorium.
 
Louttit, Mary Ann (I24979)
 
11106 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW) Friday 27 September 1878; SMITH. - August 19, at her residence, Mount Hope, Levuka, Fiji, Mary Ellen Smith, the beloved wife of George S. Smith, Esq., and eldest daughter of the late James Morey, Esq.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW) Friday 30 August 1878 SMITH.-August 19, at Levuka, Fiji, Mary Ellen, the beloved wife of George S. Smith, aged 23 years.
SMITH.-July 19, at Maryville, Balmain, Edith Violet Massey, only daughter of J. C. Smith, of Levuka, Fiji, aged 3 years and 4 months.
 
Morey, Mary Ellen (I43083)
 
11107 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW) Friday 30 August 1878 SMITH.-July 19, at Maryville, Balmain, Edith Violet Massey, only daughter of J. C. Smith, of Levuka, Fiji, aged 3 years and 4 months.
 
Smith, Edith Violet Massey (I46026)
 
11108 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW) Monday 25 June 1883 Mr.George Smith, of the firm of J. Smith and Co., Levuka, has been made a justice of the peace. This is the first appointment of the kind since annexation.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) Tuesday 20 January 1891 Fiji. Suva. The elections to municipal honours have also taken place during the past month. In Levuka Mr George Smith enters unopposed on his third year of office as warden (or mayor)
George Smith was apparently a proprietor of Kraffti & Smith timber and copra merchants in Fiji.
His daughter, Alice, named her house in Killara, Sydney, after her father's birthplace in Orkney, " Rendall".
It is still there, and listed as an item of interest by the Kuringai Historical Society.
George's wife was also Alice ( Alice Morey 1857 - 1924 ), and their children were Alice junior, and Henry Cobban Smith ( 1879 - 1903 ) who reputedly died in Levuka, Fiji.
George Smith; Death Date:1933, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: Alexander, Mother's name: Clementina
Registration Year: 1933, Registration Place: Chatswood, New South Wales, Registration Number: 18161
 
Smith, George (I43084)
 
11109 The Sydney Morning Herald ) Thursday 3 December 1936 ISBISTER.-December 1. 1936, James Linklater Thomson Isbister, of 2 Sinclair-street, Wollstonecraft, Privately cremated.
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA ) Saturday 20 February 1937 Probate Re-Sealed Probate, granted in Sydney, of the will and codicil of Dr. James Linklater Thomson Isbister, of Wollstonecraft, near Sydney, N.S.W., was resealed in the Supreme Court of South Australia yesterday. The South Australian estate is valued at £11,437 16 9. subject to deductions for debts and other liabilities, and is left to his family and relatives.
Sydney Morning Herald Thurs. 3rd Dec. 1936 OBITUARY. DR. J. L. T. ISBISTER. Dr. J. L. T. Isbister died at his residence, Wollstonecraft, on Tuesday. He belonged to a South Australian pioneer family, and was a graduate of Adelaide University, where, in addition to his medical degrees, he was also a Bachelor of Science. As a young man, he came to Sydney, and was for a time a resident at Sydney Hospital. He began practising at North Sydney about 35 years ago. His practice at North Sydney, and in recent years in Macquarie-street, was an extensive one, a feature of it being the large amount of gratuitous work which he did amongst those unable to pay for medical attention. Dr. Isbister was honorary gynaecologist at the Royal North Shore Hospital for 27 years, and, on his retirement from this position in 1928, he was appointed honorary consulting gynaecologist. At various times he acted as representative of the medical staff on the board of directors of the hospital. He was a
prominent member of the British Medical Association and the Medical Defence Union, and one of the foundation Fellows of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons. Mrs. Isbister survives him, and two sons are students at Sydney University. The funeral, which was a private one, took
place yesterday afternoon at the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.
 
Isbister, James Linklater Thomson (I36230)
 
11110 The Sydney Morning Herald Friday 4th Jan 1895, MUIR - LORIMER. - December 25, 1894, at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. A.Mackay, James William Muir, of Kirkwall, Orkney Islands,Scotland, to Jessie, eldest daughter of David Lorimer,late of Arbroath, Southesk, Francis-street,Leichhardt.
Here is James W. Muir's Death at Petersham, near Leichhardt, in Sydney :
James W Muir, Death Date: 1913, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: James W, Mother's name: Isabella
Registration Year: 1913, Registration Place: Petersham, New South Wales, Registration Number: 6547.
The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 10th May 1913, Mrs. JESSIE MUIR and FAMILY, of Pomona , 92 Edith street, Leichhardt, beg to tender their most heartfelt THANKS to their many kind friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes, and messages of condolence during their recent sad bereavement, through the loss of her dear husband and their father.
 
Muir, James Walter (I36067)
 
11111 The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 10th January 1881; STRANDING OF THE STEAMER CHIMBORAZO.
[By Telegraph.] (from our own correspondent.) ADELAIDE, SUNDAY.
Tho Orient steamer Chimborazo, inward bound from London, for Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney, grounded on Marion Reef at 8 a.m. this morning, south by east of Troubridge lighthouse. She is in seventeen feet of water, and requires 27 feet to float her......
this ship was meant to bound for Victoria, yet the whole family settled in the Kangaroo Valley in NSW ( south of Wollongong )
The children are as listed, plus several extra toddlers , Margaret 2 and Mary 3.
RENDALL DAVID 5 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL ELIZTH 10 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL GEORGE 11 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL GEORGE 49 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL JESSIE 17 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL MARGARET 2 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL MARY 3 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL MARY 30 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL ROBERT 15 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
RENDALL WILHELMINA 8 JAN 1881 CHIMBORAZO B 387 007
George Rendall, Death Date: 1927, Death Place: New South Wales, Father's name: Robert
Registration Year: 1927, Registration Place: Nowra, New South Wales, Registration Number: 9970
 
Rendall, George (I13368)
 
11112 The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 13th August 1883
BECK. -August 12, at the residence of his son-in-law, Captain Morwick, Balmain, Robert Beck, in the 98th year of his age, native of Devon.
 
Beck, Robert (I43622)
 
11113 The Sydney Morning Herald Monday 5th March 1917; MARRIAGES. SAUNDERS-ELLIS.-At St Stephen's by Rev John Ferguson, Muriel youngest daughter of Mr John Ellis of Balmain, to George A Saunders, second son of Mr J B Saunders of Narrabri. At home March 9 and 10 at Kerrisdale, 9 Wunda road, Mosman.
 
Saunders, John Benjamin (I20054)
 
11114 The Sydney Morning Herald NSW Saturday 20 Feb 1875; STEVENSON-CORDEN-January 28, at the Wesleyan Church, William-street, by the Rev. G. Hurst, Thomas, third son of Thomas Stevenson, Orkney Islands, to Eliza, second daughter of the late Robert Corden, Nottingham, England.
 
Stevenson, Thomas (I34018)
 
11115 The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 25 Jan 1930
TAIT-LESLIE.-December 21, 1929, at the Presbyterian Manse, Bondi, bv the Rev Geo. E.Pocknall, David Petrie Tait youngest son of Mr and Mrs David Tait, Campston, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland, to Margaret Drever Leslie, only daughter of the late Thomas Leslie and Mrs E. M.Leslie, of 3 Woodstock-street, Waverley. 
Tait, David Petrie (I32149)
 
11116 The Sydney Morning Herald Saturday 25th Sept 1926, ASHWOOD (nee Jessie Muir).September 17, at 92, Edith-street, Leichhardt, to Mr. and Mis. C. G. Ashwood, of 35 Tavistock street, Enfield-a son (Gordon Lorimer )
 
Ashwood, Gordon Lorimer (I36132)
 
11117 The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 11th March 1926; GROAT.-March 9, at Corowa, Ben, eldest son of Mrs. John Groat, Langley,
The Crescent, Homebush, late of Orange, aged 49 years.
Benjamin Groat Death Date: 1926 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: John Mother's name: Jessie Registration Year: 1926 Registration Place: Corowa, New South Wales Registration Number: 4497 
Groat, Benjamin (I38988)
 
11118 The Sydney Morning Herald Thursday 12th July 1928; DEATH OF MR. ROBERT TULLOCH.
The death occurred on Tuesday evening at his residence, Loch Maree, Thornleigh, of Mr.Robert Tulloch, governing-director of Tulloch's Phoenix Iron Works, Ltd., a business which has been built up from very small beginnings into one of the large engineering concerns of Sydney today. He was a native of North Ronaldsay,Orkney Islands. He was apprenticed to the engineering trade and served his time on the Clyde. He arrived in Sydney in 1877; his capital then consisting of a hammer and chisel and , an enormous capacity for hard work. He commenced on his own account at Pyrmont, in 1883, under the name of R.
Tulloch, the business being floated into the present company in 1910. In the early days he specialised in the colonial type of boiler. Later he went in largely for steel constructional work, and bridge building, and amongst other big works supplied the steelwork for the Queen Victoria Markets, whilst amongst the bridges built by him were those over the Nepean and Manning Rivers. Mr. Tulloch took an active interest in the Highland Society. He leaves a widow and a family of four sons and one daughter (Mrs.Collerson).The funeral will leave his late residence for the Northern Suburbs Cemetery this afternoon, at 2.45 o'clock.
Evening News Sydney Wed 11th July 1928

DEATHS.TULLOCH.-July 10th, 1928, at his residence, Loch Maree, Pennant Hills-road, Thornleigh, Robert Tulloch, in his 78th year; TULLOCH-In loving memory of my dear husband Robert Tulloch who passed away on July 10th 1928
Gone but not forgotten; Inserted by his sorrowing wife Anne Tulloch.
TULLOCH -In affectionate remembrance of my dear father Robert Tulloch who was called home on July 10th 1928
The Lord gaveth and the Lord takcth away. Inserted by his loving daughter Annie Collerson.
TULLOCH -In loving remembrance of our dear father Robert Tulloch who departed this life on July 10th 1928; At the Master's call
Inserted by his loving son and daughter in law Ron and Esse.
TULLOCH -In loving memory of our dear father Robert Tulloch who departed this life on July 10th 1928; A pal not forgotten
Inserted by his son and daughter in law Albert and Alice.
TULLOCH -In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather Robert Tulloch who passed away July 10th 1928; Those who think of him today are those who loved him best. Inserted by Mr and Mrs W Tulloch and family.
 
Tulloch, Robert (I14019)
 
11119 The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 3rd Feb 1903 MORWICK - The Friends of the late Mr. JAMES MORWICK are kindly invited to attend his Funeral which will leave the residence of his brother Captain Hugh Morwick of Pomona 150 Beattie-street Balmain THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNO0N at 2 o'clock for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Field of Mars. WOOD and COMPANY, Funeral Directors TeL 726, & c. Sydney Balmain and Suburbs
Name: James Morwick Death Date: 1903 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: Hugh Mother's name: Elizabeth
Registration Year: 1903, Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales Registration Number: 157
 
Marwick, James (I30473)
 
11120 The Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 25th July 1951; Friends of Mr. Tom Clouston, Mr. and Mrs F O Rourke and Family of South Terrace Bankstown are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Father, Father in-law and Grandfather THOMAS HUTTON CLOUSTON to leave the Funeral Chapel of Andrew Kennedy 436 Anzac Parade, Kingsford this Wednesday at 10.30 am for Catholic Cemetery, Field of Mars.
CLOUSTON. -Officers and Members of The Shipwrights' Union are invited to attend the Funeral of their late Member CHARLES HUTTON
CLOUSTON ( wrong Christian name given on one or other of the above notices published together. )
 
Clouston, Thomas Hutton (I38920)
 
11121 The Sydney Stock and Station Journal NSW Friday 19 October 1906
THE LATE MRS. DAVID STRANG,SENIOR. (From the 'Goulburn Herald.')
On the 9th September, at Adelaide,Inverell, the death occurred of Jessie,relict of the late David Strang, M.D.,F.R.C.S., E., aged 91 years.The deceased lady, who was a very old colonist, was a native of Kircaldy,Scotland. Having been left an orphan at the early age of 14 years, she came, with her brothers, to Australia; and after spending some little time in Western Australia, finally settled in Tasmania. In the course of a few years she was married to Dr. Strang, who was practising at that time in the Cambelltown district, and many thrilling stories were remembered by her of the doings of those early days. Dr. and Mrs. Strang remained in Tasmania for about fifteen years, and the greater part of their family wore born there. In 1846 they came to New South Wales, and Dr. Strang, owing to failing health, gave up active practice, turning his attention to agricultural and pastoral pursuits, residing in the district of Goulburn right on to the end of his life, being called to rest on 12th December, 1883, at the age of 77 years.Mrs. Strang then accompanied her sons to Inverell, where her last years were passed; and in every one of those places where the years of her long life were spent she won the highest esteem and love of all with whom she came in contact. Clever, high-spirited, and possessed of a generous, unselfish disposition,she was ever ready to extend kindness and to further the interests of all around her ; while in her own home and family her example was one which all might do well to follow, and her loss will long be felt. A true Christian has passed from her work to her reward.
 
Williamson, Janet (Jessie) (I31898)
 
11122 The Telegraph Brisbane Wed. 9th Dec. 1925; DEATHS AT IPSWICH
IPSWICH, December 9. Another old and respected resident of Ipswich passed away yesterday In the person of Mrs. Lydia Wood, wife of Mr. Fred Wood, Moffatt Street. The deceased lady, who was 62 years of age, was a native of Ipswich. She was for many years a prominent member of the Congregational Womens Guild. She leaves a family of nine sons, four daughters, as well as 22 grandchildren.
Lydia Ann Stokan, Birth Date: 21 Oct 1863, Birth Place: Queensland, Registration Year: 1863, Registration Place: Queensland, Australia
Father: William Stokan, Mary Scarth, Page Number: 14272, Registration Number: 000734.
Lydia Ann Wood, Death Date: 08 Dec 1925, Death Place: Queensland, Father's name: William Stokan, Mother's name: Mary Scarth
Registration Year: 1925, Registration Place: Queensland, Registration Number: 004590, Page Number: 1920
Queensland Times Ipswich Wednesday 9th December 1925 The late Mrs. Wood was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Stokan, of Scotland. She was born at Basin Pocket. Ipswich, on October 20th 1863, and when but a few years of age she removed with her parents to Churchill, where she spent her girlhood days. She was married at Churchill by Rev. Greenwood, Congregational Church, to Mr. Fred Wood, formerly of Macalister-street, but now of Moffatt-street. Mr. Wood was the well-known hairdresser and tobacconist of Brisbane-street, Ipswich, where he carried on business for 26 years. The business Is now being carried on by his son, Mr. Frederick Wood. Mrs. Wood leaves a family of nine sons and four daughters, a brother, Mr. John Stokan, who resides in Malvern, Melbourne, and 22 grandchildren. The sons are Messrs. Fredrlck, Walter John. Edward John, Arthur Thomas, Samuel Herbert, William Henry, Robert Haven, and Percy, and the daughters are Mrs. Steve Duffy, Mrs. Harry Cooper, and Misses Elsie and Ethel Wood. The funeral will leave for the Ipswichl Cemetery this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. F. V. Dowling, M..A.,
will officiate at the graveside.
 
Stockan, Lydia Ann (I38889)
 
11123 The Telegraph Brisbane Tuesday 18th April 1899 ( Queensland ) LINAY.- On March 28, at his residence, Clement House. Inkerman street, St.Kilda Melbourne. Robert EIrick Linay, eldest son of the late R.F. Linay, timber merchant, Chappell street, South Yarra, and beloved husband of M. E. Linay (nee Morris), Brisbane, aged 39 years.
 
Linay, Robert Elrick (I46509)
 
11124 The Thetis 1851; Bews John 30 Agr. Labourer 122/3 Orkney, Jane 26, daughter inf born at sea.
Chronicle Adelaide Saturday 26th June 1920; BEWS.- In loving memory of my dear father, ohn Bews, who died June 18, 1896.-
Inserted by his daughter Harriet. John Lenie Bews, Birth Year: abt 1821, Age: 75, Death Date: 17 Jun 1896, Death Place: Rosewater
Residence Place: Baroota, Registration Place: Port Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 419, Volume Number: 235
 
Bews, John Lennie (I36802)
 
11125 The Ticonderoga, a double decked ship, arrived in Hobson's Bay on November 4,1852, after a voyage of 90 days from Liverpool. She sailed with 811 souls. Typhus broke out and nearly everyone on board, including the crew, was affected. On the voyage 96 deaths occurred, and when the
vessel anchored off the Black Buoy at Williamstown she was immediately ordered into quarantine at the new station that had been selected at Point Nepean. Here during six weeks 82 more deaths took place, but the sick began to improve on removal to the shore, where they were sheltered in tents provided by the Government, and improvised from the sails and spars of the ship. The Ticonderoga carried two doctors,
one of is whom lost his wife and the other all his children from the fever. "The Argus ' of November 5, 1852, reports that when the vessell arrived all medicine, medical comforts, &c , had been consumed, and that the Government imediately sent the schooner Empire and the harbour master (Captain Ferguson) with supplies of fresh meat, live stock, vegetables, porter, wine, spirits, and medicine, and also had obtained the services of Dr Taylor, of the ship Ottillia, who had had great experience with the fever. A further report on November 9 stated that there were in all 300 patients affected. The Government had then taken over two houses belonging to Messrs Sullivan and Cannon as hospitals, and had also pur-
chased the ship Lysander as a quarantine hulk. There is also some severe criticism on the policy of overcrowding immigrant ships.
 
Isbister, James (I32935)
 
11126 The trend setter ! Benalla Standard (Vic.) Friday 25 February 1916 Mr. A. E. Irvine, of Lake Rowan, has purchased an up to-date Ford motor car.
Several other residents intend going in for cars shortly.
Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette (Vic.) Thursday 24 June 1915 A public meeting, convened by Messrs A. E. Irvine and W. C. Symons), was held in the Lake Rowan Hall on Thursday evening last, to discuss ways and means of raising funds for patriotic purposes. The attendance was very satisfactory. Mr A.E. Irvine was voted to the chair .it was decided to hold a fancy dress football match on the afternoon of Thursday, 1st July, followed by a euchre party and dance in the evening. The committee appointed was A. G. Tennant, T. Groat, H. M. Irvine, J. Christian, H. Montgomery, A.C. McQualter and Bert Holmes. On the motion of Mr J. T. Irvine and Miss Irvine, it was resolved to give the proceeds to the local branch of the Red Cross Society.
 
Irvine, Albert Edward (I33485)
 
11127 The Walcha News and Southern New England Advocate NSW Sat. 17th Nov 1906
Mrs. Shearer, wife of a settler at Restdown (Victoria ) was crossing a stream on a log with a baby in her arms when she fell into the water. Both were drowned.
Sarah Louisa Shearer, Birth Year: abt 1880, Age: 26, Death Place: Rochester, Victoria, Father's name: Hill Hy, Mother's name: Annie Moyseys
Registration Year: 1906, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 14747
Tragedy in 1906 for one of the son's wives was the result : The Walcha News and Southern New England Advocate NSW Sat. 17th Nov 1906
Mrs. Shearer, wife of a settler at Restdown (Victoria ) was crossing a stream on a log with a baby in her arms when she fell into the water.
Both were drowned.
Bendigo Advertiser Vic Friday 9th Nov 1906; THE RESTDOWN FATALITY. Rochester 8th November.
In connection with the sad death of Mrs Shearer and child. who were drowned near their home on Wednesday morning, the police have reported that there were no suspicious circumstances, and an inquest was therefore deemed unnecessary. Mr. W.T. Webb gave a certificate of burial, and the funeral left Mr Shearer's residence this afternoon for the Rochester Cemetery.
 
Hill, Sarah Louisa (I35050)
 
11128 The West Australian Perth 1 August 1906
TOSTEVIN-MILLER On July 21, at the residence of Mr.J. L. Tostevin, Lake-street, Perth, by the Rev. C. ? Badger, Adolphus Theodore Tostevin, youngest son of Henry Tostevin, to Hughina Mabel Miller, fifth daughter of the late John Sinclair Miller. Adelaide papers please copy.
18th august 1906 The Register Adelaide; TOSTEVIN-MILLER.-On the 21st July, at theresidence of Mr. J. L. Tostevin, Lake street, Perth.Adolphus Theodore Tostevin, youngest son ofHenry Tostevin, to Hughina Mabel Miller, daughter of the late John Sinclair Miller. 
Miller, Hughina Mabel (I31523)
 
11129 The West Australian Perth Saturday 27th August 1927 JEFFREY. - On August 25, 1927, James
Jeffrey, beloved elder brother and brother-in-law of Peter Peace and Edith M. Jeffrey, beIoved uncle of Maureen, Phillip, and Peter Jeffrey, Hardman-road, Claremont. R.I.P
South Western Advertiser Perth Thursday 3rd Sept 1953; Death Of Mr. P. P. Jeffrey Jarrahdale resident, Mr. Peter Peace Jeffrey, passed away an August 25 in his 83rd year. He was late of W. D. Moore & Co.. Fremantle. Funeral took place in Church of England portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery on August 26 _ j
Peter P Jeffrey Death Place: Western Australia Reg Year: 1953 Registration Place: Jarrahdale, Western Australia Registration Number:12
The West Australian Perth Wednesday 26th August 1953 JEFFREY (Peter Peace): On Aug. 25, at Jarrahdale. loving husband of Edith, loved father of Maureen (Mrs. A. L. Bassola, Jarrahdale). Phillip and Peter.
JEFFREY (Peter Peace): At Jarrahdale, Aug. 25, beloved father and father-in-law of Maureen and Louis, dear grand father of John; in his 83rd year. R.I.P.
JEFFREY (Peter Peace): Passed away Aug. 25. Jarrahdale. Sadly missed but never forgotten by his sisters. J. Woods and E. Davey.
JEFFREY (Peter): Loving uncle of Mavis and Neil Davey. great uncle of Paul. Sadly missed.
Name: Peter Jeffrey Birth Date: Abt 1871 Birth Place: Kimo, Victoria Registration Year: 1871 Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: Thomas Jeffrey Mother: Jane Pearce Registration Number: 17012
( kimo above is probably Kilmore, Victoria )Jarrahdale is not far out of Perth.
 
Jeffrey, Peter (I44081)
 
11130 The West Australian Perth Thursday 16 July 1936; SECOMBE--On July 15, at East Freemantle, Rev.Thomas, Rector of St. Peter's Church, East Fremantle, loved husband of Jean, father of Colin, Evan, Eva, Joan, Hugh and Lois, son in-law of Jane Gatherer and the late John Gatherer, of Mt. Lawley.
 
Secombe, Thomas (I32119)
 
11131 The West Australian Perth Thursday 21st July 1938 The engagement is announced between Joan Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dickson, Peppermint Grove, and Ernest John, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Phillips, Birsay, Orkney Isles.
West Australian Perth |Sat. 9th April 1938 NOTICE OF NAMES OP CANDIDATES POLLING DAY AND POLLING PLACES.
For the election of Members of the Road Board for the Gosnells Road District, the following nominations have been received, namely:
CANNING VALE WARD. CHARLES HENRY RANDELL. Kenwick. KENWICK WARD.ERNEST PHILLIPS East Cannington.
The above-mentioned will be declared duly elected in accordance with Section 71.
Name: Ernest G Phillips Marriage Place: Western Australia Registration Place: Perth, Western Australia Reg Year: 1939 Reg Number: 1509
Name: Ernest Phillips Birth Year: abt 1893 Age: 73 Death Place: Western Australia Reg Year: 1966 Reg Place: Canning, Western Australia
Reg Number: 73/66
 
Phillips, Ernest John (I2393)
 
11132 The West Australian Perth Tuesday 26th March 1912;
A most 'enjoyable evening was spent at "Eday" Fitzgerald-street, North Perth, the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. Benson, on the 8th inst. (writes a correspondent). Over 50 guests responded to the invitation to bid farewell to Mrs. Corboy, who is going for a prolonged stay in the North-West. The spacious verandah, admirably adapted for dancing, was decorated with trails of honeysuckle and zamia palms, softly-shaded electric lights enhancing the picturesque effect.The hostesses were Mesdames Mansfield, Barrington, Purdy, and Benson, and to their joint efforts the success of the evening was due. After a dainty supper Mr. Benson, on behalf of the guests, presented Mrs. Corboy with a handsomely fitted Saratoga trunk. Songs were rendered during the evening by Mrs. Barrington, Mrs. Corboy, and the Misses Ritchie and Tulloch, and a shean trews ( a type of Scottish Highland Dancing) by Miss Shiela Bisley.
The West Australian Perth, WA Sat. 1st Nov 1919; BENSON.-On October 25, at their residence, Eday, 360 Fitzgerald-street, the beloved husband of Annie Benson, after a long and painful illness; aged 58 years and 7 days. His end was perfect peace with the Lord that giveth and taketh for His own. Orkney papers please copy.
The West Australian Perth Monday 27 Oct 1919; BENSON.-The Friends of the late Mr. Richard L. Benson (late cab and motor proprietor,of Perth) are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Baptist portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, Eday, 360 Fitzgerald-street, Perth, at 2 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON. Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 2.30 o'clock tram from Perth and 2.15 train from Fremantle. (By request, no flowers.) DONALD J. CHIPPER sand SON, Funeral Directors, 844 ? Hay-street, Perth.
THE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA.BENSON.-The Members of the above Society are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of their late Member, Richard L.Benson, to the place of interment, the Karrakatta Cemetery.THIS DAY (Monday), October 27. Members may proceed by the 2.30 p.m. train leaving Perth.
 
Benson, Richard Letts (I35206)
 
11133 The Will of Jameseanna Rendall of 33 Rice Hey- Road Wallasey Cheshire, ( wife of James Henderson Reid Rendall) died 21 April 1936, Administration Liverpool 19 May to the said James Henderson Reid Rendall retired master mariner. Effects £769 10s 3d.
1881 see mothers notes.
1891 Rice Lane Liscard Cheshire age 30 boarder, husband James 27 mariner, son James R 4.
1901 29 Grec*ford Place Liscard Cheshire age 40, children; James R 14, William 8, John 4, Stanley HR 2. 
Robertson, Jameseanna (I13172)
 
11134 The Wingham Chronicle and Manning River Observer Friday 10th December 1926; Saved from Shipwreck
TO DIE FROM BURNS. To survive grim shipwreck off the North Coast, N.S.W., to drift in shark-infested waters for 14 hours, and to gain military honors for bravery under fire, were outstanding incidents in the life of William Swaney, 46, seaman, of Princess-street, Sydney, who died in Sydney Hospital the other day. Swaney had a premonition that his bones would never rest in Davy Jones' locker, and the fear of death at sea never haunted him, no, not even when it stared him full in the face when the Macleay dived to her doom off Port Stephens on October 11, 1911. 'I suppose I'll slip on the first dug-out that comes along,' said Swaney to a newspaper man on the morning after his rescue with Pettersen the only other survivor of the Macleay's crew of seventeen. It was the irony of fate that Swaney, who conquered the cold, relentless sea when others dropped, half-frozen from the wreckage around him, should have Imet his fate ultimately as the result of burns. On Thursday week, Swaney was
suffering from a severe cold, and before going to bed he rubbed his chest with methylated spirits. He then struck a match to light a cigarette,
and the spirits ignited. He was severely burned, and died the same night. It is stated that Swaney, who was a native of the Orkney Islands, came to Australia 20 years ago. He soon obtained a, job on one of the coastal vessels. Not long afterwards he signed on as a seaman on the ill-
fated North Coaster, Macleay, and after its subsequent foundering he served in other coastal boats. Then the war came along. Swaney joined
the army in 1916, and saw service in Egypt and France. For saving an officer under fire he was awarded the Military Medal. He was discharged
in 1919.
 
Swanney, William (I16855)
 
11135 The youngest two children, Robert and Jannet are shown on the IGI under mother's name Elizabeth Kerr not Alison Kerr. Kerr, Alison (I5350)
 
11136 There appears to be no easy way online of finding an immigration record for this particular William Louttit.
Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers Melbourne, Sat 19th June 1869
LOUTTIT-GRANT.- On the 3rd June, at Geelong, by the Rev. A. J. Campbell, at St. George's Church, Mr William Louttit, farmer, Mortlake, to Miss Georgina Grant, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Grant, farmer,Teesdale.
The Age Melbourne Saturday 5th June 1869, LOUTTIT-GRANT.-On the 3rd June, at Geelong, by the Rev. A. J. Campbell, at St George's Church, Mr William Louttit, farmer, Mortlake, to Miss Georgina Grant, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Grant, farmer, Teesdale.
William died in the Benevolent Home Ballarat, Victoria.
William Louttit, Spouse Name: Georgina Grant, Marriage Place: Victoria
Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Year: 1869, Registration Number: 1992
Wm Loutitt, Birth Year: abt 1829, Age: 83, Death Place: Ballarat, Victoria
Registration Year: 1912, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 8329
 
Louttit, William Clouston (I22887)
 
11137 There is a Jannet Stockan born 6th Oct 1812 Sandwick to George Stockan & Jannet Sabiston.
Birth Year: abt 1817, Age: 80, Death Place: Brunswick, Victoria, Father's name: Stockand, Mother's name: Unknown
Registration Year: 1897, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 12806
 
Stockan, Janet (Jessie) (I32932)
 
11138 There is an RCE. Corse, Jeanie Roberta James (I33590)
 
11139 There was a William Johnston Spence at Feavel.The Feavel Spences were sometimes connected with the Hall of Rendall. Feavel was not far from Cooperhouse.
Palace, Birsay plot 336;
In memory of WILLIAM JOHNSTON SPENCE of Feaval who died 16th March 1916 aged 79.
He was the son of Robert Spence and Isabel Johnston They were married in 1834 and she may have come from the Park.He might have been a Spence from Filperhouse.
 
Spence, William Johnston (I45604)
 
11140 There was an Agnes Cragy of Brough, whose relationship to this family can be presumed but not proven, who married James Louttit II of Lyking, Sandwick, possibly a son of the John Louttit who was at Summerdale. She was deceased by December 1579 when their sons John and Magnus Louttit made an agreement concerning the estate of their father, who may or may not have been deceased at the time but was, at the very least, somehow incapacitated. Agnes also had a daughter Marjory Louttit who filed some kind of marriage papers with William Sinclair of Stank on 24 June 1580 at Quhome, Stromness.
 
Craigie, Agnes (I41393)
 
11141 There were 2 children named David Pitcairn Miller born in 1832 in Evie & Rendall,The other one was son to Gilbert Miller and Mary Banks.
1841 Standpretty, Evie age 7.
1851 Kirkpretty, Evie age 18 blacksmith apprentice.
David & Mary emigrated to Australia, info re. their marriage and their children, courtesy of Dave Murphy.
Geelong Advertiser Tuesday 26th December 1905; MILLER.-On the 23rd December, 1905, at his residence, "Gowan Brae," Teesdale, David, the dearly beloved husband of Mary Miller, aged 73 years. (A colonist of 50 years.) "A patient sufferer gone to rest." The remains were interred in the Teesdale Cemetery yesterday (Monday, Christmas Day), the 25th inst. ALEX MONRO, Undertaker, 26 Ryrie-street, Geelong.
Geelong Advertiser Tuesday 26th December 1905; The funeral of the late Mr. David Miller, a highly respected resident of Teesdale - of 52 years' standing, took place yesterday afternoon; the remains being interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Teesdale cemetery in the presence of a large gathering of friends. The deceased was trustee of the local church, and superintendent of the Teesdale Sunday school. The hearse was
followed by 36 private vehicles and a number of horsemen. The coffin, which was of polished oak, surmounted in heavy silver mounts, was carried to the; grave by Messrs. H. Adams, F. Miller, T. Murrell and-G. Simpson, and the following gentlemen supported the pall, viz., Messrs. J. Grant; J. Murrell, H. Cations, S. E. Fedderson, P. King, J. Wilson ,V. Grant and G. Squires. The Rev. J. E. Hickingbotham officiated at the house and grave. Mr. Alex. Monro, of Geelong, had charge of the mortuary arrangements.
Geelong Advertiser Saturday 30th July 1921, MILLER- In loving memory of our dear husband, David Miller, who departed this life 23rd December, 1905; also my daughter, Maria, who departed this life 4th August, 1918, and Ida, 31st July, 1920.
Why should we murmur or complain,
Beneath the chastening rod;
But in the hour of grief and pain,
Lean upon my God.
Teach me from my heart to say,
Thy will be done.
- Inserted by a sorrowing, wife and mother, Mary Miller, 'Gowan Brae,' Teesdale.
 
Miller, David Pitcairn (I1250)
 
11142 There were two Andrew Drevers born 1760 Westray and one in 1759, so very difficult to tie this Andrew's parents in. Drever, Andrew (I33389)
 
11143 These census details may relate to Thomas as there are notes to say his mother went back to Liverpool and stayed with him until she died aged 105? in or around 1874.
1841 possibly at London Eday age 15 servant, also brother James age 15 servant.
1851 Greystoke Penrith Cumberland England age 25 married, blacksmith. Possibly married Elizabeth Scott in 1850 in Penrith.
1861 Liverpool St Thomas age 35 warehouseman, wife Bessy Ann 33 b Ireland, children; Edward 4, Robert 2.
1871 Liverpool St Thomas age 45 cotton porter, b N Scotland, wife Elizabeth A 40 b Co. Tyrone Ireland, children; Edward B 14 tailor, Robert William 12.
1881 18 Greenland St Liverpool St Thomas age 52 Weight Taker, wife Elizabeth 48, son Edward B 24 Painter. 
Scott, Thomas (I17774)
 
11144 These notes relate to a relative of James. more research needed.
J Cameron Arrol and T Arthur Arrol founded Arrol Brothers in 1882, subsequently changed to Arrols Bridge ...
Arrol, Sir William
Marshall: Born Houston, Renfrewshire, on 15 (13 in ODNB) January 1839 and died in Ayr on 20 February 1913. Civil engineering contractor and bridge builder. He was the son of Thomas Arrol, a cotton spinner. William started work at 14 with a Paisley blacksmith . After several years as journeyman smith he obtained employment in 1863 with Blackmoor & Gordon of Port Glasgow. By the age of 29 he had saved 85 pounds, half of which he spent on a boiler and engine, and in 1868 started a small works of his own near Glasgow. This prospered and in 1871 he began the Dalmarnock Works. He had added bridge building to his work and his first contract was on the Caledonian Railway's Hamilton branch, including a multi-span bridge over the Clyde at Bothwell. {is this fully correct?}. The CR then entrusted him with the first portion of the bridge over the Clyde at Glasgow in 1875. Two years earlier Arrol had undertaken construction of a railway suspension bridge over the Forth to designs by T. Bouch. Work began but, after the Tay Bridge collapse on 28th December 1879, the project was stopped and a new cantilever design was produced by John Fowler and Benjamin Baker for which Arrol was again given the contract. In the meantime he constructed the NBR bridge over the South Esk on the Arbroath to Montrose line, gaining experience which became useful when he built the second Tay Bridge, designed by W.H. Barlow. This was begun in 1882 and completed in 1887; the longest R bridge in Europe. The Forth Bridge was begun in 1882 and completed in 1890. For his work Arrol was knighted by Queen Victoria. While engaged on the Forth Bridge. Arrol was also busy with the steelwork for the Tower Bridge in London. Besides these Arrol constructed the Redheugh Bridge, Newcastle, three bridges over the Nile at Cairo, the Queen Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland (1909), the Scherzer lifting bridge at Barrow, and the second section of the Clyde bridge into Central Station, Glasgow.
Sir William Arrol (1839-1913) Builder
The son of a spinner, Arrol started work in a Renfrewshire cotton mill at the tender age of nine. Four years later he started a blacksmith apprenticeship and went on to learn mechanics and hydraulics at night school.
In 1863 he joined a company of Glasgow bridge manufacturers but by 1872 he had established his own business, the Dalmarnock Iron Works. In the late 1870s he went on to found Sir William Arrol & Co., a leading international civil engineering business.
Arrol was the builder of the Forth Bridge and of the second Tay Bridge which replaced the ill-fated structure that collapsed in 1879. Born Houston and Killellan, 13 February 1839 (ref 565/2, Fr 456 Marriage (1) to Elisabeth Pattison,15 Jul 1864 (ref 559/1, 113)
Marriage (2) to Janet Hodgart, 8 Mar 1905 (ref 578/1, 54)
Marriage (3) to Elsie Robertson, 16 Nov 1910 (ref 362, 16)
Died Ayr, 20 Feb 1913 (ref 578/1, 98) 
Arrol, James (I17425)
 
11145 They (the Walds ) were joined in December 1852 by their sister Helen, who reached South Australia by way of Melbourne with her husband George Sinclair, a native of Caithness, who opened a draper's shop nearby.
1841 Victoria Street Kirkwall age 20 dressmaker.
Helen's Death : Name: Ellen Morris Sinclair Birth Year: abt 1816 Age: 80 Death Date: 10 Sep 1896 Death Place: Queenstown Residence Place: Queenstown Father's name: George Sinclair Registration Place: Port Adelaide, South Australia Page Number: 450 Volume Number: 237
South Australian Register ( Adelaide, SA ) Friday 11 September 1896 Death of an Old Colonist.- Mrs. Ellen Sinclair, a very old colonist, died on Thursday at her residence. Queenstown, at the advanced age of eighty years.
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA ) Friday 11 September 1896; SINCLAIR.-On the 10th September, at Queens-town, after great suffering borne with Christian fortitude, Ellen Sinclair, relict of the late George Sinclair, aged 80.
 
Wald, Helen (I32484)
 
11146 they had 5 children that all died shortly after birth. Baikie, Mary (I422)
 
11147 They lived at Howe from at least 1807 to 1818.He died and Christian was in Ruebreck by 1839.Spinner there in 1841 (widow). Taylor, Hugh (I1215)
 
11148 They were in Liaquoy from at least 1838 to 1871.At Liaquoy in 1851(16 acres),1861(landowner and farmer(40 acres)),1871.She was a widow in Liaquoy in 1881(annuitant). Taylor, James (I24460)
 
11149 They were in Liaquoy from at least 1841 to 1844 and at Gruidgar from at least 1847 to 1881.He had died at Grigdor before1891. She died there after 1891.At Grigdor1851 (8 acres),1861(16 acres),1871,1881(farmer(15 acres-12 arable)).Widow at Grigdor in 1891 (private means). Taylor, William (I24461)
 
11150 They were in Steggaquoy in 1802,Southside in 1804,Waird from at least 1807 to 1814,Cumlaquoy from at least 1816 to 1851.On his own at Cumloquoy in 1851.She was on her own in Cumloquoy under her maiden name in 1851(midwife?),in Cumloquoy(married name) in 1861 and died there. Taylor, George (I4495)
 

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