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11101 poor Sarah and her younger sister, Annie, must have spent their childhood in the Ballarat Orphanage. How terribly sad
Swanney, Sarah Ellen (I34231)
11102 Poplar 1C 576 Coutts, Anastatia Frances (I31760)
11103 Port Adelaide News Friday 24th Sept. 1915 A Pioneer Schoolmaster Passes Away; Death or Mr. W. W. Leslie.
Mr. William Wood Leslie, an old and highly-respected resident of Port Adelaide, died at his residence, HighStreet, Queenstown, late on Saturday night. The deceased gentleman attained his 91st birthday on the 10th May last. For 38 years he conducteda school at Alberton, and several well known Portonians owe their earlier education to his teaching. Amongst these are Messrs. J. H. Sinclair, S.M., W. Copley (an ex-Minister of the
Crown), W. Dowsett, R. O. Evans, J.W. Channon, F. Parks,; R. Fricker, J.W, Clarke amd J. M. Watson. When he relinquished teaching he began business in a general store which, he managed in connection with the Alberton post office. He was. born in the Isle of Sanday (one of the
Orkney Isles) and had resided in this State 63 years. His widow, five sons, and two daughters survive him.:
It is just a little over 12 months ago since Mr. Leslie's old scholars tendered him a social evening and presented him with a purse of 50 sovereigns as a token of their regard. We quote a portion of Mr. Sinclair's speech on that occasion, for nothing we could say would better set forth the reverent appreciation Mr. LesIie's Old scholars felt for him. Mr. Sinclair said, "Mr. Leslie and my father were associated in the work of the customs in the old Land o' Cakes, and for many years while they were here. As a teacher he won the respect of all with whom he associated.
I can recall a large number of scholars who distinguished themselves throughout the State in various spheres of iife. In our mature judgment we, as former scholars, realise how faithful has been Mr. Leslie's tuition, how strong has been his ideas, and how beneficial has been his course of instruction. In the professions and in commerce there are men who could hold up their heads high and say, 'We are Leslie's school boys and we can hold up our heads for honest and square dealing.' In our old school there were no differences amongst us. Sect, partisanship, creed,
nationality, were unknown quantities. Honour, love, truth, were the paramount virtues created by the old boys, and the, precepts inculcated in our boyhood still maintained as the years roll on, never to be forgotten, but to be cherished immutably. Reverence for Alma Mater seemed to be un
shrinkable in all students, young or old, and in none more so than those who had the good fortune to have their first groundings in Mr. Leslie's school. That night they had old students from far away places in the State meeting to do honour to our preceptor, who has trained us to be manly men, to fear God and honor the king; let us never forget those grand old truths."
William Wood Leslie Birth Year: abt 1824 Age: 91
Death Date: 18 Sep 1915 Death Place: Queenstown Residence Place: Queenstown Registration Place: Port Adelaide, South Australia
Page Number: 372 Volume Number: 395
Leslie, William Wood (I37896)
11104 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Abraham aged 32, Bachelor, a Labourer of Port Adelaide SA and Ann Drever aged 36 (44), Spinster of Port Adelaide SA. Ann's sister Jean and her husband David Webster Gunn were witness's to this marriage.
Abraham Prideaux, Birth Year: abt 1826, Age: 49, Death Date; 16 Aug 1875, Death Place: Lefevre Peninsula, Residence Place: Lefevre Pensinsula, Registration Place: Port Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 253, Volume Number: 68.
South Australian Register Thursday 9th Sept 1875
Death of an Old Portonian.- We regret the removal by death of Mr. Abraham Prideaux, a well-known master stevedore of Port Adelaide, at the comparatively early age of 48 years. He had been ill only a few days, having been seized with erysipelas, and in spite of the unremitting attention of his medical advisers he succumbed to the disease on Monday morning, the 16th August, about 5 o'clock. He had been a resident of Glanville for over 20 years, and many of the ships in the harbour wore their bunting at half mast through the day as a token of respect for his memory. Mr. Prideaux was so much respected by the working men of the Port that a general feeling of regret was expressed at his decease. He had long been connected with the wool stowage trade of the colony. Although almost the heaviest man in Port Adelaide he was wonderfully active. As leader of a gang of labourers he obtained wide esteem, and it was known that he could in his quiet unobtrusive way get more work done than by bounce or bluster. In measuring the capacity of a ship he was seldom more than a few bales out in his estimate, and whether in the Port or at the outports he was always highly efficient, and one whose civil demeanour was proverbial.
Prideaux, Abraham (I38494)
11105 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 14 Jan 1852.
Sailed from London/Plymouth on the barque Charlotte Jane 720 tons on 8th October 1851 aged 12 years with parents and 4 siblings.
Tuesday 27th March 1906 Adelaide Advertiser
DEATHS. MILLER.-On the 25th March, at King William Road, North Unley, Mary Ritchie, relict of the late John Sinclair Miller, aged 66 years.
Mary Ritchie Miller, birth year abt 1840. Age 66, Death date 26 Mar 1906, Death Place, Unley, Reg place Adelaide, Page Number 331, Vol 316.
Rendall, Mary Ritchie (I30584)
11106 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; Arrived on the barque Charlotte Jane 720 tons, sailed from London/Plymouth 8th October 1851.
Tuesday 14th July 1903 Adelaide Advertiser RENDALL.-On the 10th July, Mary Annie, relict of the late A. G. Rendall, late of Carrington street east, Adelaide, aged 90 years Died in Parkside Asylum of "senile decay and mania". 
Miller, Mary Ann (Annie) (I30582)
11107 Port Augusta Dispatch Friday 22 August 1879; DEATH; TULLOCH.-At Hookina, William David Tulloch, the eldest son of David and Jessie Tulloch
Tulloch, William David (I38929)
11108 Port Melbourne Standard (Vic. Sat. 14th Dec. 1918; BARTLETT-HARRISON.-On December 12, at the Homoeopathic Hospital, lsabella, the beloved wife of James Bartlett- Harrison, and youngest daughter of James B. Drever ; loving mother of Mrs. R. McBeth, Mrs. T. Russo, James, Robert, and Catherine . Aged 51 yrs A patient sufferer at rest.
Drever, Isabella Monroe (I32122)
11109 Port of Spain Miller, James (I6341)
11110 Porter 1856 SRI Marriage SCLATER, ROBERT - YOUNG, ANN (Statutory Marriages 692/01 0013) 13:34:01
1881 10 Riddles Close Leith South, Midlothian age 48 Dock Labourer, wife Ann 46, son William 25 Dock Labourer.
died aged 58 years. 
Slater, Robert (I11424)
11111 Portland Omand, Jane (I36035)
11112 Portland Omand, Caroline (I36295)
11113 Portland Omand, Mary (I36296)
11114 Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953) Friday 9 July 1915 Death of a Portland Soldier. PRIVATE L. PAPLEY.
Private Will Herrick, recently on the Post-office staff here, and who was a member of the First Expeditionary Forces, and wounded in action, writes to Miss Maisie Papley from the Australian Military Hospital, Cairo, as follows:-Just a few lines to express my profound sympathy with you
all in the loss of poor Lennie. You have, I suppose, been acquainted by the War office here this of his loss in action. I am now lying in hospital wounded, and took this opportunity of writing you and letting you have the facts, On the 25th April while in the trenches the snipers had been very
troublesome picking off our men, and Len together with others, had been doing great work picking off these snipers. Just before nightfall, however, I am sorry to say, a sniper saw Len looking for them through a pair of field glasses, and shot him through the head. Death was instantaneous, and you will be glad to know that he did not suffer, Although I lost many pals in battle there, none touched me so much as poor
Len's, as you will remember we were pals for years in Portland, afterwards at Broadmeadows and Egypt, and later in the firing line. You will also be sorry to hear of the death of Gordon Hawkins. Ray Keiller, Jack Bailey and Jack Kerr are also wounded, all three of them. I know your grief will be great, but I want you all to remember, while you are sorrowing like thousands of other sad hearts in Australia, that he died fighting for his country under the old flag, you will also know and appreciate the facts that after doing splendid work in severe bayonet charges, under heavy fire, he died a true soldier's death, rifle in hand, doing his duty nobly and well. and that the whole company misses him.
Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser Thurs. 17th June 1915 THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1915 KILLED IN ACTION. It is with regret we announce the death of Private Leonard Papley, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Papley, of this town, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles. The deceased was born in Portland and educated at All Saints School. He was a member of the naval cadets and passed into the naval militia. He was one of the first to volunteer for the first expeditionary force which went to New Guinea, and later joined the D Company, 6th Battalion, Infantry Brigade, of the first expeditionary force, and left by the S.S Hororata, which was being being convoyed by the warship Sydney, when the latter sank the Emden. Private Papley was a member of the Social Amusement and Portland Football Clubs, and took an active part in promoting the social life of the naval cadets. He was for some time employed as letter carrier at the local post office. Our brave young townsman
was a general favourite, His happy and genial disposition winning him many warm friends. The deepest sympathy is felt for the bereaved family in their great loss. ( A baby born in the next generation in 1916, was named after Leonard. )
Paplay, Leonard Aloyisus (I43862)
11115 Portland Guardian (Vic.) Monday 1 July 1907 Mr William Robertson, ex. Mayor of Ballarat East, and Mr Benjamin Dowling both died suddenly at Ballarat on Thursday
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Wednesday 23 September 1931 DOWLING-On the 22nd September (suddenly) at 106 Edward Street, Ballarat, Jenny Graeme Dowling, of Cooroona, Gregory Street, Wendouree , widow of the late Benjamin Dowling (Private Interment. )
Dowling, Benjamin (I45486)
11116 Portland Guardian (Vic.) Thursday 9 November 1939 MR. FRED PAPLEY. In indifferent health for some time, the sudden death of Mr. Fred
Papley took place on Wednesday. A friend named Horace Oakley paid a visit to his home. at Double Court where he lived alone, on Wedesday
morning, and was horrified on discovering Mr. Papley lying dead in the house. Deceased was a native of Portland, and was a leading player in the sporting world, being a class exponent of cricket and football, in which he gained many notable successes. Pedestrianism claimed his attention, and in this connection he had many wins to his credit. He leaves a wife and a grown-up family.
( James Frederick had a friend in the Boer War. See below )
Horsham Times Friday 24th May 1901 Frederick Papley, bugler of the Portland Battery, was accidentally shot on Saturday at Portland, by Private
J. T. Redfern, of the Second Victorian Contingent, who returned home the previous day. Papley and Redfern were engaged in target practice with a five-chambered horse pistol,which Redfern brought from South Africa as a memento of the war. They were firing in turn. At Papley's last shot
the pistol missed fire: Redfern, remarking, "She's run out,' took the pistol and proceeded to examine it, when it went off. The bullet entered
Papley's right thigh, taking a downward course and finding an exit near the knee. A flesh wound was also inflicted on the other leg. The bullet
went through a purse in Papley's pocket. The doctor regards Papley's escape as miraculous, the bullet grazing the arteries.
Paplay, James Frederick (I43857)
11117 Portland Observer and Normanby Advertiser Monday 27th August 1917 Undertaking Notice : MRS. JAMES PAPLEY wishes it known that the business lately conducted by her late husband, James Paplay, will in future be carried on by her son Fred. Thanking all past patrons and
soliciting a continuance of further favours. All orders carefully and promptly at tended to. I have just received a large assortment of Australian Picture Mouldings of an up to date design and am prepared to frame your pictures at reasonable prices. Phone 21, Royal Hotel, Portland.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Monday 28 August 1876 PAPLEY-CADLEY. -On the 24th inst., at Gore street Fitzroy, by the Rev. Mr. Clark, James Papley, of Belfast, to Louisa Cadley, of Ballarat. Ballarat papers please copy.
Portland Guardian Thursday 4th August 1938 DEATH. PAPLEY.-At "Estella Villa," Nicholson Street, North Fitzroy, Louisa, relict of James Papley,
aged 80 years ; dearly beloved mother of Fred, William, Beatrice, Alma, Maisie, Eileen, Josie, Leonard (A.I.F., 6th Battalion), and Kathleen.
Requiescat in Pace.
Argus Melbourne Saturday 30 July 1938 PAPLEY.-On the 28th July, at her residence, 396 Nicholson street, North Fitzroy, Louisa Bridget, dearly beloved wife of the late James Papley, late of Portland, devoted mother of Fred, Will, Beatrice (deceased), Alma (deceased), Maisie (Mrs. Gribble), Leonard (A.I.F., deceased), Eileen (Mrs. Moodie), Josie (deceased), and Kathleen, loved sister of Mrs. William Papley (Tyrendarra)Requiescat in pace.
The Age Friday 28th July 1939 PAPLEY.- In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on July 28, devoted grandma of John, Joan and Bert. Rcquiescat in pace. sadly missed, dear mother. Inserted by her loving daughter, Maisie, and son-in-law, Bert Gribble.
PAPLEY.- In loving momory of my dear mother, Louisa Papley, who passed away July 28, 1938, loving mother of Eileen, mother-in-law of Clarrie, devoted grandma of Eileen (Mrs. McMahon), Maureen, Patricia, Jack, Betty, Desmond. Requiescat in pace.
Cadley, Louisa Bridget (I43850)
11118 pos 1881 5 Harbour Street Kirkwall age 66 widow gen dom serv surname changed back to Reid. Reid, Jane (I7391)
11119 pos born 24 dec 1826 to James Miller and Margaret Logie.
1851 Bacaskaill Papa Westray age 24 Shoemaker, wife Mary 22, children; James 1, Mary??(Jean) 1 month.
1861 Backaskaill Papa Westray age 32, General Merchant, wife Jean??(Mary) 32, children; James 12, Jean 10, George 8, Margaret 6, Ann 4, William 2, Mary 1, mother in law Jean Foulis 79, widow.
1871 Backiskaill Papa Westray age 43 Farmer of 21 acres & General Merchant, wife Mary 43, children; George 17, Margaret 15, Mary 13, Ann 8, Alexander 6, Robert 4, Mary Ann 3. Agnes 2 months.
1881 Mill Bank No1 Eday age 53 farmer and merchant, wife Jean 52, children; Ann 18, Robert 14, Mary Ann 13, Agnes 10, Thomas 8.
1891 Abernyte House Abernyte Perthshire age 64 Retired Farmer, wife Jane 62, children; Annie 28, Agnes 19, grandaughter Jane Caroline Miller age 14 born West Indies,Trinidad. Also Ada Maude Oliver 25 Governess, and visitors; Berta Scarth Davidson 27, James Cathie Scarth Davidson 29 both born Eday.
1911 Bullers Farm, Little Burstead, Billericay age 82 widower, father in law to James Cathie Scarth Davidson 49 farmer, daughter Annie Davidson nee Miller 48
Miller, James (I6332)
11120 possible birth 1st Oct 1814 to parents Andrew Robertson & Sally Hay. christ: 27th Nov 1820 Orphir Robertson, Charlotte (I13922)
11121 possible birth 25th Dec 1800 Dau of Peter GUTHRIE & Anne COBBAN. Guthrie, Ann (I48837)
11122 possible birth and death;
27th Jun 1838 Deerness, 9th Sep 1923 Deerness 
Eunson, Isabella (I18422)
11123 Possible birth in Chatteris Cambridge on 13th Apr 1794 to parents William Marwick & Mary. Also baptism on 23 May 1813 Chatteris.
Possible marriage to Anne Amos in Elm Cambridge on 16th Dec 1819.
Possible death in 1860 Wisbech first quarter 3B 439, and a burial is listed for William Marwick on 12th Jan 1860 Elm Cambridge.
(Elm and Wisbech are just 2.4 miles apart).
1841 Walsoken Wisbech Norfolk England age 45, wife Ann 45, children; Sarah 9, William 8, John 5.
1851 Bl.. Bridge Terrington St Clement Wisbech Norfolk England age 56 cattle drover wife Ann 56, children; Sarah 19, John 15. Son William age 18 is possibly at Reymarston Norfolk stock drover but shown born Cranworth Norfolk.
Free BMD has the following possible deaths;
William 1860 Wisbech, Sarah 1851 Wisbech, Ann 1854 Wisbech, Elizabeth 1864 Wisbech, Mary Ann 1868 Wisbech aged 67 years.
Marwick, William (I47491)
11124 possible birth of 1st Jul 1808, but parents listed as James Davie and Elizabeth Isbister. Davie, Jane (I51600)
11125 Possible birth of Hellen Michal (F), 1787-03-27, Shapinsay Dau of Jas. MICHAL & Hellen SHEARER
1841 Albert St Kirkwall age 40 Straw Plaiter, Janet Allan 20 straw plaiter, John Allan 13.
1851 Ellen Mitchal is at Westshore Rendall a visitor, age 60, Vagrant, daughter Janet Allan is at Albert St Kirkwall age 30 Washerwoman, also her daughter Mary Ann Drever age 5 b Kirkwall.
1861 2 Main Street Kirkwall Hellen Mitchell 67, daughter Margaret Renton age 8, daughter Janet Allan 40.
1871 Main Street Poor House Kirkwall, all inmates; age 76 , daughter Janet Allen 52, Margaret Benton 18
The Poor House was run by Matron Ann Benton for Homeless and Poor
Helen died single, informant at death was granddaughter Margaret Norquay.
Mitchell, Hellen (I21044)
11126 possible birth reg as Walter John 1878 St Albans Hertfordshire 3a 415.
1911 Roestock Nr Colney Heath, St Albans, Herts age 33 Hay Carter, Forage Merchant, wife Annie 29, children; Albert 7, May 4. 
Littlechild, Walter (I26077)
11127 possible birth reg in Witham 1860 4a 281 or Dunmow 1859 4a 354 but may have been born in High Easter!! Beard, Esther (I15758)
11128 Possible birth was 7th May 1774 Firth & Stenness
Spouse copied from the IGI; Mary Suzette / De Moran / Marie / Saulteau. Mary ('Indian') Demoran. child: Mary Poly Anderson
NAME: ANDERSON, James ENTERED SERVICE: ca. 1796 DATES: b. 10 February 1775, d. 1856
Appointments & Service; 1796 travelled to Churchill on the Queen Charlotte
1796 - 1799 Tailor Churchill
1799 - 1812 Tailor Albany
1812 - 1819 Tailor Brandon House Winnipeg
1819 - 1823 Tailor York Factory
1823 - 1828 Freeman Upper Red River District
Wife: Mary Demoran, a Saulteaux Indian, baptised 23 January 1821, married 23 January 1821
Children: John bapt. 23 January 1821 Brandon House
Thomas bapt. 4 February 1821 Brandon House (born 1806)
Elizabeth bapt. 23 January 1821 Brandon House
James bapt. 23 January 1821 Brandon House
Mary bapt. 23 January 1821 Brandon House
Hannah bapt. 23 January 1821 Brandon House
Effy bapt. 23 January 1821 Brandon House
Christan bapt. 27 May 1821 Brandon House
Catherine bapt. 27 June 1824 Red River
Charles bapt. 9 January 1827 Red River
Peter bapt. 24 February 1829 Red River
Henry bapt. 8 February 1832 Red River 
Anderson, James (I45748)
11129 Possible birth;
Birth of James Michal (M), 1760-06-05, Shapinsay Son of Thomas MICHAL & Margt. IRVINE
Birth of James Michal (M), 1760-06-15, Shapinsay Son of Nicol MICHAL & Jannet BEAMOND 
Michell, James (I44370)
11130 possible birth; 06 Aug 1749 Birsay, Cooperhouse Taylor, Margaret (I47734)
11131 possible birth; 09 mar 1722 St Ola to parents Harry Copland & Helen Hunter.
possible death ; 26th Nov 1786 St Ola. 
Copland, Peter (I34517)
11132 possible birth; Birth of Thomas Spence (M), 1771-09-07, Stromness Son of William SPENCE & Elizabeth WARDS
1821 Stromness age 49 Clock / Watch Maker, wife Elizabeth 40, children; John 19 Apprentice, Honeyman 16 Apprentice, James 14, Betsy 10, Ann 8, Samuel 5, Hary H 1. 
Spence, Thomas (I50560)
11133 possible birth; Jennet HARVIE C: 3 Oct 1779 Father: William HARVIE Sandwick, Orkney, Scotland Mother: Katring LINKLETOR Harvey, Jannet (I8584)
11134 Possible christening; 20th Oct 1731 Evie, father Oliver Hammiger. Also a twin brother James Hammiger.
Oliver Hammiger married Jean Brugh 12th Jan 1730 Evie. 
Hammigar, Peter (I48614)
11135 possible dates; born 1885, died 20th Apr 1965. Leslie, Catherine Robertson (I41834)
11136 possible death record; William Flett; Birth Year: abt 1807, Age: 48, Death Date: 12 Jan 1855
Residence Place: Adelaide,Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia,Page Number: 103
Flett, William (I33082)
11137 Possible error in the parents names??
Martha Louttit Birth Year: abt 1874 Age: 2 Death Place: Victoria Father's name: Halcrou William Mother's name: Siet
Registration Year: 1876 Registration Place: Victoria Registration Number: 11049
Louttit, Martha (I47025)
11138 possible inscription although surname should read Sinclair and age is slightly high??
Ladykirk, Stronsay plot 1.
Erected by George Miller in memory of his wife Margaret Miller died 29-1-1884 aged 55 yrs. 
Sinclair, Margaret (I17757)
11139 possible marriage; Christian CORRIGALL (F)....M: 1 Nov 1827, Spouse: Magnus RENDALL Kirkwall And St. Ola, Orkney, Rendall, Magnus (I40623)
11140 possible marriages; Sandwick; 1727 Thomas Louttit=Agnes Louttit, 1729 Thomas Baikie=Sara Louttit
1728 Peter Louttit=Elspeth Rowland.
Louttit, Thomas (I39845)
11141 possible obituary;
Albury Banner and Wodonga Express NSW Friday 5th November 1897;
On Tuesday last the brethren of the Oddfellows followed to their last rating place the remains of Mr. J. O. Miller, brewer at the well known establishment of McIntyre, Lincoln and Co. A young man, master of his business. Since he has had charge of the works I believe his employers have never had a single complaint.His death was attributed to a cold neglected bringing on pneumonia. His death came as a shock to many friends who had seen him on the bicycle track only a few days before.
John Omand Miller's death is remembered on the headstone of his parents in the Graytown Cemetery.
Whist his death-date is not noted,the inscription reads, " Also JOHN OMAND MILLER, born August 20th 1859". 
Miller, John Omand (I30962)
11142 possible parents were Hary Louttit & Barbara Couper. Louttit, Euphan (I19141)
11143 possible; Finstown Cemetery, Firth, 21/2;
In memory of JOHN DAVIE of Grimbister died 22nd Sept 1888 aged 79 years. Also his wife JEAN JOHNSTON died 1st Nov 1910 aged 92 years and their children THOMAS DAVIE died 7th March 1866 aged 2 years, ISABELLA DAVIE died 20th Feb 1867 aged 12 years. 
Davie, John (I45794)
11144 possible; Finstown Cemetery, Firth, 24/14; In memory of JAMES DAVIE who died 29th Nov 1828 aged 70 years. Davie, James (I45791)
11145 Possibly 1841 Village Of Monimail Fife age 20 Occupation:Tutor, living with James and Margaret Brodie (Clergyman).
1851 Main Street Cashfeus Strathmiglo age 30 Damask Weaver, wife Cecilia 26 Linnen Winder, children; Gemima 5, James 3, Margaret 1.
1861 Well Bank Strathmiglo Fife age 40 Hand Loom Linen Weaver, wife Cecilia 38, children; James 13, Margaret 11, David 7, Christian 3, Alexander 11 months. 
Bonella, David (I11839)
11146 Possibly 1901 at Long Eaton Derbyshire England age 31 shown as single?, lodger, draper & traveller, born Orkney. No sign of wife Mary though. Mackay, Donald (I5410)
11147 Possibly 5 children born after death of husband John.
1841 Fulbourn Cambs age 25 widow, children; George 9, Mary Ann 11, John 7, David 5, Ann 2.
1851 London Lane Alm Houses Fulbourn age 38 widow, parish relief, children; George 19, John 17, Ann 13, Arthur 9, Mary Ann 6.
1861 1 Church Yard Fulbourn age 48 widow, washerwoman, children; Ann 22 prostitute, Arthur 18, Mary Ann 16.
1871 Eye Field Fulbourn age 62 widow, monthly nurse, living with son George and his family.
1881 Almhouse Fulbourn age 72 widow.
died in 1883 aged 76 years. 
Clements, Sarah (I15535)
11148 Possibly a brother of Robert Grieve b 1791 Outerdykes
1841 Newark Sanday age 55, wife Barbara 50, children; William 30, Jane 25, Mary 12, Charles 10.
1851 Cruddy Sanday age 63 House Carpenter, wife Barbara 63, children; William 39, James 29, Mary 24, visitor Barbara Scott 4.
1861 Bull Sanday age 72 widower, son William 50 Farmer of 23 acres, empl 1 lab, son James 39.
Lady Kiryard Sanday plot 72;
To a memory of WILLIAM GREIVE who departed this life March 24th 1862 aged 73 years.
Lady Kirkyard Sanday plot 71;
In cherished memory of THOMAS GRIEVE who died 18th January 1967 aged 83 years. Erected by WILLIAM GREIVE in memory of his beloved spouse BARBARA MUIR who died November 15th 1851 aged 68 years. Also of his beloved son CHARLES GREIVE who died August 12th 1851 aged 22 years. Initials at the foot :- B.M. C.G. 
Grieve, William (I16096)
11149 Possibly a daughter in 1821;
Isabella Kirkness, Daughter of James Kirkness from Kirkwall was baptised on 18/11/1821 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson 
Kirkness, James (I46633)
11150 possibly a son Robert was born to jean and William; 08 May 1864 St. Andrews
1861 Luan age 23 shown as um but married on 25 mar 1861 and census was on 8th Apr 1861?
1871 Dunkirk Kirkwall age 33 widow, fishermans wife. son Robert missing
1881 long wynd Kirkwall age 42 widow housekeeper. also sons William, Robert, and John. also a John Harcus boarder age 38 widower b Eday (Widower of Ann Reid) 
Harcus, Jean (I1435)

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