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13701 Toab Kirkyard, St Andrews plot S/2;
In loving memory of GRAHAM T BEWS Old Schoolhouse, Toab who died 15th March 1980 aged 79 years. 
Bews, Graham T (I19013)
13702 Toab Kirkyard, St Andrews, plot L/2;
Sacred to the memory of ROBINA ANN CROMARTY, beloved wife of JOHN BEWS, Old Schoolhouse, who died 8th Dec 1932 aged 74 years. Also the above JOHN BEWS who died 11th Oct 1937 aged 79 years. 
Cromarty, Robina Ann (I19005)
13703 Tomima Cooper, Son of William Cooper & Robina Marwick from Kirkwall was baptised on 4/3/1836 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Cowper, Tomima (I51686)
13704 Tomima Flett, 12 Albert St, Kirkwall, Sister of Mrs M Laird, 12 Albert St, Kirkwall died at 12 Albert St, Kirkwall on 02/03/1928 aged 43 and was buried in Firth Burial Ground on 04/03/1928. Register No. 229, plot G, 340 Flett, Tomima (I44867)
13705 Tomison Birth Date: 1862 Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1862 Registration Place: Forbes, New South Wales, Australia
Father: William H Tomison Mother: Margaret Registration Number: 9830
Name: Mary D Tomison Birth Date: 1862 Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1862 Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Father: William H Tomison Mother: Margaret M Volume Number: V18621738 45A 
Tomison, Mary D (I49000)
13706 Towers Morris Halley Linklater, Birth Date: Abt 1910, Birth Place: Carlton, Victoria, Registration Year: 1910, Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: Samuel Towers Linklater, Mother: Annie Louisa Fanny Morris. Registration Number: 17925 
Linklater, Halley Towers Morris (I39665)
13707 Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954) Saturday 28 March 1925;
Another of Townsville's very old residents, Mrs Jane Swanson Dearness, passed away at her residence at South Townsvllle on Friday, at the age of 82. Accompanied by her husband and three children,Mrs Dearness arrived at Townsville from the Orkney Islands In 1883 in the Eastern Monarch.The family took up residence In Tully Street, and there Mrs Dearness lived until the time of her death. Many friends will regret the passing of the kindly old soul. Mr Deamess predeceased his wife by 11 years. 
Dearness, Jean Swanson (I27810)
13708 Townsville Daily Bulletin 19 October 1928;
The death of Mr Robert Potter, whohas been a resident of Mackay formany years, occurred on Friday last. Mr Potter was born In Scotland, and came to Australia in 1883( 1889 ? ), and was empolyed as a ploughman on Pioneer Plantation ( Mackay ). He decided some years later to take up land on his own account, but dry seasons caused him to give up farming, and after working at Habana, he started a carrying business in Mackay. Subsequently he was employed as a watchman on Howard Smith Ltd.'s wharf, where he remained until illhealth caused him to retire. Mr Potterwas keenly interested in the Caledonian Association. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. R. Bardon,B.A. The Mackay Pipe Band rendered the 'Lament.'
Deceased is survived his widow, two sons and six daughters. 
Potter, Robert Johnstone Hair (I30487)
13709 Townsville Daily Bulletin Mon. 21st Jan. 1952; William John Dearness, Death Date: 20 Jan 1950, Death Place: Queensland
Father's name: Thomas, Mother's name: Jane Swanson, Reg Year: 1950, Reg Place: Queensland, Reg Number: 001116, Page Number: 585 
Dearness, William (I27833)
13710 Townsville Daily Bulletin Qld Thursday 22 January 1953;
Mr. Thomas Drever Dearness passed away peacefully at the Ayr District Hospital early on Wednesday morning, at the age of 68 years. He was born in Townsville on January 28, 1884, where he resided all his life. He commenced work at the Victoria Foundry, South Townsvllle, and later Joined the Railway Department, with which he served for 43 years, retiring nearly four years ago. He will be well remembered as a guard on the western line, but prior to his retirement he was stationed at the Townsville jetty for 13 years. He been in indifferent health for some time, and took ill whilst holidaying with his son at Ayr. He is survived by his wife, three sons, Andrew, of Cairns; Tom, of Clare; George of Townsvllle, and two daughters Mrs. J. T. Graham, and Miss Grace Dearness, of Townsville. His remains willbe brought to Townsvllle forburial this morning.
Thomas Drever Dearness, Death Date: 21 Jan 1953, Death Place: Queensland, Father's name: Thomas, Mother's name: Jane Swanson Dearness, Registration Year: 1953, Registration Place: Queensland.
Dearness, Thomas Drever (I33417)
13711 Transcontinental (Port Augusta, SA ) Friday 8 February 1918 Farewell to Omond Brothers. On Wednesday night a farewell was tendered, in the Presbyterian Church, to Percy and D'Arcy Omond. Rev. G. Anderson, B. A. presided, and wished the boys God-Speed and a safe return. He congratulated them on their self-denial in doing their bit for the Empire, and referred to their life long connection with the Church. He regretted very
much that their father was unable to be present at the farewell, owing to illness. Both boys were presented with a case of pipes.
Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954) Saturday 1 October 1921 OMOND (nee Maude Dennis) On the 24th September, at Parilla Hospital Hindmarsh to Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy Omond, Hutchinson-street, New Thebarton- a daughter ( Mary Pearl).
The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Monday 17 December 1928 OMOND (nee Dennis).- On the 13th December, at the Memorial Hospital, North Adelaide, to Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy Omond, of 27 Hutchinson street, Torrensville - a son. No visitors for seven days.
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954) Monday 21 April 1941 OMOND-MORRIS.-The engagement is announced of M. Pearl, only daughter of Mr
and Mrs. D'Arcy Omond, of Torrensville. to Harry C, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Morris, of Mile End.
The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954) Thursday 27 December 1945 OMOND-DENNIS.-Mr. and Mrs. D'Arcy Omond, 83 West st., Torrensville,
have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their wedding, celebrated at Quorn Methodist Church, Dee. 28, 1920, by the late Rev. W. H Robinson. At home, afternoon and evening. Friday, December 28, 1945. 
Omand, D'Arcy Malcolm (I35566)
13712 Trying to find imigration details.
Argus Melbourne Mon May 9th 1910; MILLER.-On the 8th Mav 1910 at his residence,
"Helmsdale", 417 Punt road, Richmond, John Miller beloved husband of the late Mary Ann Miller, aged 76 years. No flowers by request, Orkney papers please copy. 
Miller, John (I6505)
13713 trying to link the following;
1841 Birsay Marwick Janet Breck, 65, Wid, Knitter, Ann Breck 25, Straw Plaiter, Janet Breck, 20, Straw Plaiter.
1851 Birsay Gairsty; Janet Breck, 74, Wid, Crofter, Sandwick, Ann Breck, 37, Dau, S, Strawplaitting, Birsay.
1861 1861, Birsay, Lyde; Janet Breck, 85, Wid, Farmers Widow occupying 2 acres of land, Sandwick, Anne Breck 47, Dau, Stocking Knitter, Birsay
Janet Breck 42, Dau, S, Ag Lab, Birsay. Janet Breck died in Birsay in1870 age 95, mother's maiden name was Linklater.
1871 Birsay, Ark; Ann Breck, 57, S, Stocking Knitter, Birsay. 
Breck, John (I2443)
13714 Tues 11th Jan 1949 Launceston Examiner
Mr. Norman Conway ADVICE has been received of the death in Melbourne of Mr. Norman Conway, of East Brighton, brother of Mr. M. H.Conway, of Welman St., Launceston. Mr. Conway was a son of Ada and the late Walter Conway, architect, of Launceston, and grandson, of the late Harry Conway,also an architect of this city, who at one time represented George Town in the House of Assembly.Before leaving Launceston some years ago, he was well known in yachting circles.Mr. Norman Conway was married and is survived by a wife and one daughter.
Mrs Walter Isaac Conway, of Launceston. Walter was born cir. 1858.
Launceston Examiner 30 July 1949 OBITUARIES Mrs. Ada Conway THE death occurred in Melbourne last week of Mrs. Ada Conway, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Dean, of Paterson St., Launceston. Mrs. Conway married Mr. Walter Conway, a Launceston architect. She was a member of Christ Church choir for many years. Before her marriage, she ran a girls' school in Launceston. Mr. M. H. Conway, Welman St. is her eldest son.
Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers (Melbourne, Vic. : 1867 - 1875) Monday 29 March 1869; After a connection of some twenty-three
years, Mr George Dean has ceased to be manager of the Commercial Bank in Launceston. Seldom has one occupied his position and been more generally esteemed in the community. At his retirement there has been but one feeling, and that is regret.
Launceston Examiner (Tas.) Tuesday 23 February 1875 DEAN-At his residence, Frederick-street, Feb. 16th, George Dean, aged 45 years.
The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas) Wednesday 17 February 1875 The funeral of the late George Dean, will leave his late residence,
Frederick-street, on Thursday, the l8th inst., at 4 o'clock. Friends will please accept this invitation. T. J. Doolan, Undertaker, Wellington-street. 
Dean, George (I45412)
13715 Tues 21st nov 1899; THE Friends of Mr. Thomas Tulloch are informed that the FUNERAL of his late DAUGHTER (Beatrice M.) will leave his residence, Robert-street, Peterhead, THIS DAY (Tues-day), at 4 p.m., for the Woodville Cemetery.W. F. DESLANDES, Undertaker.
Thurs 14th Dec 1899; TULLOCH on the 20th November at Hargraves street Peterhead, Beatrice Muriel, youngest and dearly beloved daughter of T. and S. Tulloch, age 13 and 3 months. 
Tulloch, Beatrice Muriel (I30529)
13716 TULLLOCH-KEMPTON., A very pleasant ceremony took place at the Methodist Church, Armadale, on, Wednesday last, when Mr. S. A. Tulloch, third son of Mr. Wm.Tulloch, of Morrwell, and Miss Alice Kempton, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Thomas Kempton, of Malvern, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, by the Rev. D. J Flockart. The bridesmaids were Miss Kempton (sister of bride) and Miss Ella Kempton (niece of bride). Little Nola Kempton preceded the wedding couple, carrying a dainty ivory satin cushion. Mr. J. D. Tulloch acted as best man, and Mr. S. Dutneall as groomsman. Miss Tulloch's (sister of bridegroom) dress of pearl blue silk voile was most becoming. After the honeymoon, Mr and Mrs Tulloch will return to Adelaide, where they intend to reside. Tulloch, Samuel Alfred Augustus (I31074)
The Argus Melbourne, Vic.Sat 10th April 1909;
TULLOCK.- On the 8th April, at the residence of his niece, Mrs. Taylor, Albert-street, East Melbourne, John Tullock, aged 83 years. Late of Orkney,
Scotland. A colonist of Victoria 58 years. Interred privately Oaklelgh Cemetery on the 9th inst.
Jno Tulloch, Birth Year: abt 1826, Age: 83, Death Place: Malvern, Victoria, Father's name: Tulloch Jno, Mother's name: Mary
Registration Year: 1909, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 5673 
Tulloch, John (I5072)
Williamstown Chronicle Vic. Saturday 17th August 1912; Mr. THOMAS TULLOCH;
In the early hours of last Sunday morning,Thomas Tulloch, of this town, passed into his rest. The deceased was a native of Sanday, Orkney, and arrived in this colony on the 20th August, 1851, when he was but 22 years old, Mr Pearson J.P. being a passenger by the same ship. Mr Tulloch first settled in Melbourne, but the glowing reports received from the gold fields induced him to travel to different districts in search of the precious metal. Finally he settled down in Malvern, where for more than 50 years he was a well-known and respected resident.The deceased was one of the founders of the Presbyterian Church in Oakleigh, also a member of Assembly and Presbytery. Feeling reference was made to his death in the South Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning by the Rev J. Caldwell, who had known him for many years. He was buried at Oakleigh on Monday last, the Rev. W.Stewart conducting the service at the grave.The deceased leaves two sons and two daughters, one of the latter being Mrs C. F.Geer, of this town. 
Tulloch, Thomas (I32346)
Wm Tulloch , Birth Year: abt 1834 , Age: 84 , Death Place: Yarra South, Victoria, Father's name: Tulloch Jno , Mother's name: Unknown Mary
Registration Year: 1918 , Registration Place: Victoria , Registration Number: 14678 
Tulloch, William (I5073)
13720 twin brother John was born at 5 mins to midnight on the previous day and James was born 45 mins later on the 12th Feb. Moodie, James (I17927)
13721 twin to Barbara. Rendall, Thomas (I13029)
13722 twin to James
1861 upper castles age 5 months
1871 furrowend age 10 scholar
1881 no definite sign of Robert but there are several possible choices 
Reid, Robert Omand (I895)
13723 twin to robert
1861 upper castles age 5 months
1871 furrowend age 10 scholar
1881 stenaquoy age 21 um farm servant ag lab (this may be the wrong james reid) 
Reid, James (I894)
13724 twin to Thomas. Rendall, Barbara (I13028)
13725 twin with Catherine. Miller, John (I27355)
13726 twin with John.
1861 Graham Place Stromness age 23, living with parents and family.
1911 Dundas St (4 r/w) Stromness age 61 widow, Retailer of Beer & Spirits. 
Miller, Catherine (I21115)
13727 twin. Anderson, Mary Brass (I41209)
13728 twin. Anderson, Williamina (I45771)
13729 two Barbara Guthries born in Sanday in 1813; 12th Sep to parents William Guthrie & Marjory Turfus and 3rd Oct to Henry Guthrie & Margaret Muir.
1861 Rusness Sanday age 48 widow, Pauper Formerly Farmers Wife, children; Jane 13, Barbara 12, William 8, Andrew 6, James 4.
1871 Newark Cottage 8 Sanday age 58 Pauper Farmers Widow, sons; William 18 Pauper (in bad health), James 14 ag lab.
1881 Otterswick 4 Sanday age 68 Farmers Widow now a Pauper, granddaughter Helen McCloud age 3 b Kirkwall.
1891 House at Whitehall Stronsay age 76 widow, pauper.
Informant at death was Barbara Leslie (Daughter). 
Guthrie, Barbara (I29709)
13730 two possible births for Robert in Orphir 1772; 18th Jan to parents Thomas Robertson & Hallow Inkster, or 8th Nov to parents James Robertson & Catherine Heddle
1821: District: 1, Property No: 149 - Fia
1,Robert,Robertson,Farmer,,M,50,( 50 - 60 ) 18.Black Cattle 5.Geese 3.Swine 1.Plough 1.Cart,
2,Ann,Robertson,Wife,,F,40,( 40 - 50 ) ( nee Corrigil ),
3,Christian,Robertson,Daughter,,F,5,( 5 - 10 ),
4,Ann,Robertson,Daughter,,F,1,( under 5 ),
5,Catherine,Robertson,Daughter,,F,1,( under 5 ),
1841 Orphir Fea, age 65 farmer, wife Ann 55, children; Ann 20, Catherine 20, Robert 15, John 15.
1851 Phia Orphir age 79 Farmer of 8 acres, wife Ann 68, children; Ann 32 ( Deaf & Dumb ), John 26, sister MaryAnn 83 um, granddaughter Margaret Davie 8.
Robertson, Robert (I13912)
13731 unable to confirm his parents or date of birth. No parents in census checks. Cert required
1841 ?
1851 Bay Stronsay age 20 Farm Ser. Also there is a David Stevenson age 25 pos brother?
1861 ?
1871 Park of Housebay Stronsay age 38, wife Ann age 32. mother Betsy age 73 and 3 children.
1881 Park of Housebay Stronsay age 49 Farmer Of 16 Acres All Arable, also wife Ann age 42, mother Betsy age 86, children; Peter 14, John 13, Betsy 11, Ann 8, Thomas 5, mother Betsy 86 widow, pauper.
1891 Park of Housebay Stronsay age 59 Farmer. wife Ann age 53, son Petewr age 24, also niece Betsy Smith age 14 Pupil Teacher at Elementary School.
1901 Park of Housebay Stronsay age 69 Farmer, wife Ann age 61, son Peter age 34, his wife Margaret age 36 and their daughter Bella age 8 
Stevenson, Thomas (I8897)
13732 unable to trace birth or christening record for Elizabeth.
Probate; Effects of £320.0s.6d to Cecil David Banyard, fireman. 
Littlechild, Lizzie (I15523)
13733 Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists to Victoria 1852-1923;
Family Name Given Name Age Month Year Ship
George Sinclair Birth Year: abt 1811 Age: 72 Death Date: 24 Oct 1883 Death Place: Glanville Residence Place: Glanville Registration Place: Port Adelaide, South Australia Page Number: 402 Volume Number: 131
There was a brother, W.Sinclair, alive in Adelaide at the time of George's death in 1883
Port Adelaide News Friday 26th October 1883 THE LATE MR. GEORGE SINCLAIR. One by one the pioneers of Port Adelaide are dropping off..... To-day it is our mournful duty to record that of Mr. George Sinclair. He was born in the year 1811, in Caithness, Scotland,
where for some time he was engaged in business ; Leaving the old country for South Australia, he arrived in Melbourne in December, 1852, by the Orestes on her first voyage out, from whence he came over to Port Adelaide in the Mary Clark, which vessel was commanded by his intimate friend Captain Bickers. Shortly after his arrival here, Mr. Sinclair commenced business as a draper in Commercial-road, in the premises which he occupied until three years ago, when he retired, having by perseverance and straightforward dealing secured a competency. He had been ailing for some time, and was attended by the late Dr. Gething and by Dr. Mackintosh. Jaundice however set in, and Mr Sinclair succumbed to a most painful illness at midnight on Tuesday. Unostentatious in manner and not at all political, Mr. Sinclair very much interested himself in the Presbyterian Church, Port Adelaide, of which he was one of the founders, and throughout his career he was an an active worker in all matters appertaining to its welfare. No records of public charity are to be placed beside the name of George Sinclair, but many a poor hard working man can testify to his kindness of heart and liberality. Scores and spores could be found to bear testimony as to his assistance in hard times; and although he did not identify himself with public charities, yet it is well known that Mr, Sinclair was a benevolent and kindly man, always ready to help a fellow up in the world rather than to push him when down. The deceased served his day and generation; and lived up to the full period
allotted to man. The funeral took place yesterday and was largely attended ; besides the hearse and three mourning coaches fourteen private vehicles followed. Amongst those around the grave we noticed Captain Bickers, J.P., Capt. Begg, Capt. Legoe, Capt. Foules, Messrs. W. Christie, T. J King, W. W. Leslie, W. Russell, A. Kaye, W B. Webb, H. Weman, R. H. Samuels, Capt Slater, H. C. Fletcher, W. Beattie, T. Michelmore
C. H. Brown, A. Saunders, R. Lindsay, and others. The mourning coaches were occupied by W. Sinclair (brother of deceased), David Wald (deceased's brother-in-law), D., F., A, W. G., M., A., and G. Wald (relatives), the Rev J. H. Angus, and Dr Mackintosh. The funeral service was read by the Rev. J. H. Angus, and. the funeral was arranged Messrs. J. C. & G. E. Haddy. 
Sinclair, George (I42595)
13734 Unit: Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) Division: 5th Bn. Private Thomas Inkster Drever Died: September 27 1916
Regimental Number: 105852 Private Canadian Infantry Battalion 5th Battalion Company Date of Death: September 27, 1916
Age at Death; 24 Buried at, Vimy Memorial, France, Son of William Drever of Backaskaill Sanday Orkney and the late Elizabeth Millar Drever. 
Drever, Thomas Inkster (I16533)
13735 unmarried Marwick, Mary (I1833)
13736 unmarried Marwick, Lizzie (I1834)
13737 Upper Wakefield Craigie, Rebecca ( Baikie) (I6412)
13738 Ursala McBeath McBeath, Osla (I19463)
13739 Ursula shown as Sally Linklater on marriage reg. Linklater, Ursula (Sally or Sibella) (I37757)
13740 usual address Long Wynd Sinclair, Christian (I46918)
13741 usual address Palace Road Tait, Mary (I43917)
13742 usual address was 18 Albert Street Kirkwall. informant was personal friend from Carters Park Road Kirkwall.
death cert states Mary Ann obtained a Decree of Divorce against Thomas Bruce. 
Marwick, Mary Ann (I46688)
13743 Usual address was 20 Catherine Place Kirkwall.
Hall of Tankerness, St Andrews, k/5;
In memory of JAMES DRUMMOND who died 4th March 1850 aged 52 years, interred at Kirkwall, also his wife ELIZABETH BROCK who died 3rd Novr 1886 aged 85 years. 
Drummond, James (I34625)
13744 usual address was Minerva House Stronsay. Chalmers, James (I12547)
13745 Usual address was Pilton Avenue Edinburgh. Informant was daughter Elizabeth J Milnar? of 26 East St Alford Lincs.
(Info courtesy of Pam Lyon).
1901 7 Ballantyne Place Leith South, Midlothian, age 28 Dock Labourer, wife Jeannie 24.
1911 9 Ballantyne Place Leith South, Midlothian, age 38, wife Jane 34, children; Richard 8, John 7, Lizzie Jane 4. 
Caithness, John (I11181)
13746 Usual address was Schoolhouse Hundland Birsay. RCE available. Informant was sister Margaret H Farquhar. Farquhar, Williamina Groundwater (I49867)
13747 usual address was Upper Hobbister, Stenness.
Stenness Graveyard, 19/34;
K. Sacred to the memory of JOHN KEMP, Hobbister who died 28th September 1962 aged 71 years dearly loved husband of JEMIMA J R MERRIMAN who died 4th March 1977 aged 85 years. At rest. In loving memory of RITA dearly loved child of JOHN and JEMIMA KEMP who passed away 10th February 1941 aged 5 years and 10 months. Safe home. 
Kemp, John (I54078)
13748 usual address was Whitelett Tankerness St Andrews. Foubister, Mary (I26392)
13749 usual residence 29 Broad Street Kirkwall.
St Olafs Cemetery (old section), Kirkwall, nb/90;
In loving memory of ADA YORSTON youngest daughter of ROBERT SPENCE, Merchant, Kirkwall died 14th July 1926 aged 31 years. Also WILLIAMINA WOOD YORSTON his wife died 6th October 1944 aged 79 years. 
Yorston, Williamina Wood (I43489)
13750 usual residence at marriage was for Charles; 93 Brunswick St. Edinburgh, and for Jane; 3 Eastfield Leith. Charles was a Draper's Traveller and Jane a Tailoress. Kirkland, Jane Stewart Craig (I20112)

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