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151 10A 616 Duncan, William (I22777)
 
152 10A 619 Duncan, Gilbert (I22776)
 
153 11 children, initially on the Victorian goldfields, then back at Encounter Bay in S.A. with the very last one being born in Nhill, Western Victoria Cormack, Thomas (I35336)
 
154 11 Leopold Place Fotheringham, Robert Rae (I47226)
 
155 11 Leopold Place Fotheringham, John (I47227)
 
156 11 Pound Square Colley, Winifred Ida (I46589)
 
157 11 siblings including a set of twins. Fotheringham, John (I47228)
 
158 11, Coalhill Rendall, Douglas (I44762)
 
159 12 Annfield Woolridge, Sarah (I50997)
 
160 12 Hopeloan Terrace Louttit, James Hendry (I1899)
 
161 12/1579 John Louttit was son of James Louttit of Lyking and Agnes Craigie
 
Louttit, John (I39848)
 
162 12/403 Peacock, George T (I1411)
 
163 12/437 Peacock, Susannah (I1403)
 
164 12th May 1920 dep Glasgow to Quebec Canada aboard SS Cassandra, Anchor Line; Margaret Garrioch housekeeper age 61, daughters Susan 22, Evelyn 17 both Bakers' Assistants. Also with them was a John Wylie 27 and Mrs Wylie 33.
18th June 1922 Margaret age 63 returns alone to Kirkwall from Montreal Quebec Canada via Glasgow aboard the SS Metagama.
14th July 1928 a Margaret Garrioch nurse age 69 returns to 6 Frasers Close Kirkwall from Montreal Quebec Canada via Liverpool aboard the SS Andania (Cunard Line). Also with her is John Garrioch 39 and Douglas Garrioch age 6. Country of future residence is Scotland for Margaret and Foreign Countries for John & Douglas.
5th Jul 1929 Margaret Garrioch fron Breckin Costa Evie, a nurse age 70 departs Glasgow aboard SS Melita for Quebec Canada. Also with her is a Robert Stanger age 26 farmer from Birsay
15th Oct 1920 Miss Susie Garrioch dom serv. age 22 and a son Douglas age 2 months departs Glasgow aboard SS Saturnia to Quebec Canada.
22 Aug 1908 a J Garrioch and wife Margaret leave Liverpool aboard SS Siberian for St John's Newfoundland Canada.?
17th Aug 1923 Margaret Garrioch of 6 Gunns Close Kirkwall nurse age 64 leaves Glasgow bound for Quebec Canada aboard SS Metagama, also aboard is Eliza Rendall 22 & Robert Rendall blacksmith 19, both of 25 St Catherines Place Kirkwall and Anna Nicholson 27 of West Castle St Kirkwall.
 
Cooper, Margaret (I20651)
 
165 13 children. Smith, Selina (I44027)
 
166 13 March 1851 Sunderland Age: 52, Master Sailor Certificate.
Deaths list states ship Henry, Capt Longstaff, Thomas Craigie date of engagement 14/04/1858, died off Cape Finisterre 2/11/1858, William Barrett date of engagement 15/04/1858, died 28/10/1858 at Gibraltar, Henry Clayton date of engagement 15/04/1858, drowned off Yarmouth 30/12/1858. 
Craigie, Thomas (I12225)
 
167 130 Paisley Road West Flett, John (I35865)
 
168 134 Pollok Street Miller, Mary Ritchie (I47286)
 
169 13th mar 1854; Christina Comlaquoy, lawful daughter of Andrew Comlaquoy and Christina Flett in Upper Palace was baptized before the congregation. Comloquoy, Christina (I43800)
 
170 14 children. Cooper, David (I24158)
 
171 14 Leith Walk Fotheringham, Robert (I47225)
 
172 140 Greenhill road Linklater, Janet Dykes (I43408)
 
173 15 Goschen Place Dearness, Mary (I9171)
 
174 15 Goschen Place Rarity, John Dearness (I44622)
 
175 15 January 1881 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Travelled with parents, George and Mary, on the Chimborazo, and with his 7 siblings. From Plymouth to Sydney.
In 1889, David was admitted to a sort of Reform School for "wandering about".
It was noted he was about 17 years old, though David said at the time that he did not know exactly when his birthday was.
A date was recorded as being born 29th March 1877.
He had attended the Cambewarra Public School. son of "George Rendall, farmer.. nine children living."
New South Wales, Australia, Entrance Books for the Vernon and the Sobraon, 1867-1911 for David Rendall.
Browns Mountain, Cambewarra, New South Wales, Australia 1903 - 1928
Listed on the electoral roll as a farmer. Lived on part of his fathers farm and worked for him. He was a big, happy go lucky man that ate huge meals. Lived at the bottom of the hill and had one son who possibly died in childbirth who is buried with them.
Bomaderry, New South Wales, Australia 1928 - 1935
Listed as a farmers labourer on the electoral records. Lived on Meroo Road and lived there until he passed away in 1952. Florence lived in the house until July 1977 when she moved into a nursing home.
30 October 1952 Nowra, New South Wales, Australia Buried in the Church of England section of the Nowra cemetery
 
Rendall, David Buchanan (I30502)
 
176 15 Mar 1854 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Aboard 'Hyderabad'
Robert Slater Father's name: William Slater Spouse Name: Elizabeth Campbell Spouse's Father's Name: William Campbell Marriage Date: 16 Feb 1865 Marriage Place: Res Of Mr Campbell (Quindo Farm) Registration Place: Gilbert, South Australia Page Number: 326 Volume Number: 61
 
Slater, Robert (I44031)
 
177 15 Roseberry Crescent Begg, Cecilia (I46815)
 
178 151 Canning Street Flett, Margaret (I35856)
 
179 16 children listed on on line trees. Hewison, George (I49022)
 
180 1693 poll tax living at Scorne, Birsay
1696 rentals living at Scorne, Birsay 
Stickler, William (I2389)
 
181 17 children listed. Anderson, Charles (I45767)
 
182 17 children listed? Anderson, John Henry (I45754)
 
183 17 Citadel Kay, Williamina Rendall or (I51048)
 
184 17 Ewhurst Rd Brighton is shown as address for Army Pay. Demob. Rhine 27/02/20 rank of gunner in Royal Garrison Artillery. 14/11/17 absent without leave for 18 hours. Original occupation wagon painter. Height 5ft 6ins. Littlechild, Theodore Reginald (I15142)
 
185 17 mar 1854 Liverpool,
13 Jun 1854 Melbourne, Australia; Arrived on the Admiral Boxer from Scotland with husband Alexander and infant daughter Isabella. 
Glass, Alexander (I44175)
 
186 1710 Anna Graham, eldest daughter to decd Duncan Graham, sometime merchant,Sromness. Anna Louttit was her niece and second daughter to John Louttit of Lyking and Margaret Graham, Anna's sister. Duncan was an illegitimate son of John Graham, the first Laird of Brecknessa and son of George Graham,Bishop of Orkney.Through the Grahams and their connections most of the Orkney gentry could be pulled in.
Did Margaret Graham marry Hary Louttit later (possible brother of John Louttit) and the two daughters Margaret & Ann are half sisters to the three sons of John Louttit?
 
Graham, Margaret (I39828)
 
187 1750, Gunner John Victor Bias; 1st Brigade Ammunition Column AIFKIA - 21st July, 1917;
Private John Victor Bias, killed in action, whose photograph appeared last week, after being educated at Dounby and Birsay public schools, was employed by some farmers in his native parish of Birsay. He then served an apprenticeship to shoemaking with Mr Oag, Dounby, to whom he was afterwards vanman. Subsequently he managed the branch of Mr Irvings boot store in Finstown. He went to Sydney, Australia eight years ago, and was in the employ of the Government when war broke out. He volunteered for active service in September 1914, and came to Gallipoli in the A.S.C, in which corps he attained the rank of sergeant. He resigned this rank, however, for the purpose of getting into the A.F.A. as a gunner. After eight months service in Gallipoli he was drafted to France, where he was wounded; and was treated in an English hospital. He was home for a few days in October 1916. After rejoining his battery he was in France until he was suddenly killed at Ypres on 21st July last. A comrade writes; He was a great favourite and was held in high esteem by officers and men. Victor was a staunch Good Templar and was for some time C.T. of the Birsay lodge. J.Victor Bias was the second son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Bias, Flaws, Birsay. Their eldest son, Lieut. J. W. Bias is in the Royal Naval Reserve.
 
Bias, John Victor (I33532)
 
188 1769
It is delated that Isabel Swordy a young woman in Quoyhorry is with child she is ordered to be summoned to next diet of Session.
With respect to the citation of Isabel Swordy, the Minister acquainted the members of the Session confession with that Nicol Harper a young lad in Fea had come to the manse and owned himself to be the father Swordy of the said Isobel Swordy her child and faithfully promised that they should both appear and enter satisfaction as the Session pleased first preaching Sabbath and pay their penalty. This day Nicol Harper and Isabel Swordy being at the Church called compeared and gave absolved & publick profession of their repentance were rebuked and seriously exhorted and absolved from penalty paid the censure of the Church and paid of penalty nine shillings sterling money.
1770 Nicol Harpers marriage money was paid.
 
Swordie, Isobel (I44829)
 
189 1769; This day was a complaint given in write by George Irvine in Quaquoy against Magnus Louttit in the complaint qtra same town of Marwick bearing that Magnus Louttit said to him thou was never honest in thy life Louttit nor thy father before thy day, the witnesses are John Mowat in Cowperhouse Thomas Flait in Quoylonga and Thomas Breck in Gairsty the Officer is appointed to summond Magnus Louttit and witnesses against next Session day.
1777 This day was paid by John Mowat in Couperhouse 1 pound scots of marriage money.
July 1781; This day being given in by John Mowat in Coupars in Marwick that upon the 1st instant being Sabbath evening going home from the ale in Breck in the Barony between it and Marwick George Harvey in Steggaquoy attacked him and beat him very sore Harvey being confronted with him before the Session denyed the same It is referred untill the witnesses be charged viz David Mowat in Breck, John Moar in Nearhouse, George Huntow in Muse and Robert Stensgarth to see what light they can give in this matter.
 
Mowat, John (I47733)
 
190 1772 William Hourston late tenant in Bannoclat an elder in Sandwick removed to Kirbuster, was accepted as a church elder in Birsay.
Note; Bannoclat is really Benzieclett.
1779 William's brother John died.
1785 William's mother died.
1788 George Spence married Catherine Hourston,Kirbuster.
1799 James Corrigall,Corrigall Harray married Ann Hourston,Kirbuster.
1802 William Hourston,Kirbuster died.
1809 George Hourston,Kirbuster married Mary Moar,Boardhouse.
1826 William Hourston Kirbuster died.
1836 Hugh Hourston,Kirbuster died.
1836 Mary Moar,gudewife of Kirbuster died.
1837 George Hourston,Kirbuster died.
1839 Ann Hourston Kirbuster died.
William Hourston of Lyking sold to Robertson of Stromness. It also stated that William Hourston was then residing at Burgar(Evie).
 
Hourston, William (I29043)
 
191 1774; Byas rebuked; This day Alexander Byas and his wife Margt Mowat compeared and was rebuked, exhorted and absolved from the censure of the Church for their sin of antinuptial fornication.
1775; Byas & Mowat Moreover delivered to Alexander Byas one pound scots of his forfeited pawn money and also gave back one pound scots to John Mowat of his forfeited pawn, but is ordered and enacted by the Session not to be continued as a rule in time coming.
March 21st 1787 The Session proceeded to look in the state of the poors funds, and their poor, when the following sums were distributed amongst the poor; Alexander Byas relict 1-6
 
Bias, Alexander (I33573)
 
192 1780 Mr George Low Minister 1780 ;Spar to ye north There was 4sh sterling given to John Hercus in Boardhouse for a large spar to strengthen and loft support the North loft.
1783 Mr George Low Minister 1 This day was paid the mortcloth money of John Hercus in Boardhouse.
 
Harcus, John (I9361)
 
193 17th June 1870 qualified as second mate.
1881 11 Citadel Street Leith North, Midlothian age 42 Sailor, wife Sinclairina 35, children; Isabella 9, James 5, Margaret Ann 3, William J 10 months, sister Margaret Morsley 39 b Thurso. 
Louttit, William Traill (I22080)
 
194 18 Aug 1848;
Plymouth, England to Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia Immigrated from Plymouth, England on the 'Cheapside' with his parents John and Mary, brothers Robert and George and baby sister Anne.
1865 Victoria, Australia to Ross, Westland, New Zealand Gold rush occurred in Ross in 1865.
Ross, Westland, New Zealand Plot 2, Block 9. Buried with two of his children. 
Hedge, James Henry (I15799)
 
195 18 Carmichael Street Flett, Jemima Jane Mary Stevenson (I51860)
 
196 18 June 1929 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland BOATING PARTY OVERWHELMED One of the worst boating accidents in the history of the Orkney Islands. Five people were drowned, all relatives.
It is known that in the boat were: Thomas Rendall, Pierowall, Westray. John Rendall, Brough, Westray, his brother. Maggie Ann, aged 18, daughter of Thomas Rendall. Maggie, aged 17, daughter of John Rendall, Mary Foulis aged 30, a sister in law of the Rendalls.
 
Rendall, Maggie Ann (I42480)
 
197 18 June 1929 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland BOATING PARTY OVERWHELMED One of the worst boating accidents in the history of the Orkney Islands. Five people were drowned, all relatives.
It is known that in the boat were: Thomas Rendall, Pierowall, Westray. John Rendall, Brough, Westray, his brother. Maggie Ann, aged 18, daughter of Thomas Rendall. Maggie, aged 17, daughter of John Rendall, Mary Foulis aged 30, a sister in law of the Rendalls.
 
Rendall, Maggie Foulis (I42481)
 
198 18 June 1929 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland BOATING PARTY OVERWHELMED One of the worst boating accidents in the history of the Orkney Islands. Five people were drowned, all relatives.
It is known that in the boat were: Thomas Rendall, Pierowall, Westray. John Rendall, Brough, Westray, his brother. Maggie Ann, aged 18, daughter of Thomas Rendall. Maggie, aged 17, daughter of John Rendall, Mary Foulis aged 30, a sister in law of the Rendalls.
Informant at death was brother Sinclair Foulis. Also Sinclair Foulis was informant to niece Maggie Ann Rendall's death.
 
Foulis, Mary (I10753)
 
199 1819, 16 June-Sept. on "Eddystone" to Moose Factory.
1819-1821 Labourer £15 Osnaburgh Moose.
1821-1823 Middleman £15 Albany Moose.
1823 Discharged home on Eddystone.
Parents: Robert and Jean Comlaquoy, Siblings: Robert Katharine (m. John Johnston, March 1820) Mary, Nicol.
1841 Palace Birsay age 45, wife Ann 40, children; Robert 15, Andrew 15, Ann 11, Janet 7, Alexander 4.
1851 Cleatfurrows Birsay age 50 Farmer 19 acres, wife Annie 55, children; Andrew 24 Post Runner, Anne 21, Janet 17, Alexander 14, Thomas 8.
Palace, Birsay plot 327;
In memory of ALEXR COMLOQUOY farmer Birsay who died Jany 8th 1861 aged 67 years. Also his wife ANN LINKLATER died Septr 25th 1874 aged 77 years and ALEXR their son died 5 months old. 
Comloquoy, Alexander (Sandy) (I43807)
 
200 1820 Free Grammar School, Colchester, Essex, England.
1825 Apprenticeship in printing, Colchester, Essex, England
1830 Established and led the first Sunday School in Launceston; member of the town's Bible Society.
1837 Owned and operated the Launceston Advertiser.
1853 became mayor of Launceston.
Mercury Hobart Thursday 22 October 1874; Mr. Henry Dowling, of Hatherley, Launceston, is appointed a Coroner of Tasmania and its dependencies.
The eldest son, Henry Dowling junior (1810-1885), printer, publisher, bank manager and philanthropist, was born at Gloucester, and educated at the Free Grammar School, Colchester. He arrived in Hobart in September 1830, and was employed at the Hobart Town Courier office under James Ross. He soon went to Launceston, joined the Advertiser owned by John Pascoe Fawkner and in 1831 became its editor and publisher. On 10 February 1832 he opened Launceston's first Sunday school with five boys and three girls at St John's Church. There on 6 November 1833 he married Eliza Tayspill, newly arrived from Colchester; they had seven sons and three daughters.
Launceston Examiner Fri 18th Sept 1885, Mr. Dowling had come to Tasmania to see whether an opening could not be made for the whole family, and in 1834 his father and mother and the rest of their family followed him. A Baptist congregation was established, and the present church in York-street erected of which the Rev. Mr. Dowling was pastor till his death. The only surviving brothers of Mr. Henry Dowling are Thomas and Robert, the former being proprietor of the Jelellabad station, in Victoria, and the latter the famous artist, now resident in Melbourne, specimens of
whose ability adorn the Launceton Mechanics' Institute. The sole surviving sister is Mrs. R. Palliser, of Launceston, another sister, Mrs. Waller, having been lost with her husband and family at Sydney Heads, in the Dunbar, in 1857.
He married in 1833 a Miss Tayspill, a native of Colchester, who came out to Launceston at his desire, and who only died some sixteen months ago. He leaves five surviving sons and three daughters. Of the sons Mr. Henry is resident in Melbourne, Messrs. Thomas and Edward in
New Zealand, and Messrs. Leonard (Assistant Engineer of Government Railways) and William A. Dowling in Launceston. The three daughters; Mrs. Fountain Barber, Mrs. Brind, and Mrs. Chas. Dowling, are all resident in Victoria.
Examiner Launceston Sat 16th March 1940; Sons of Henry Dowling (born 1810), all born at "Hatherly." High-street, Launceston, were John Tayspill, born 1834; Henry Palliser, born 1835 settled at Scone Farm, migrated to Western District, Victoria. married Hannah Knight, died in Melbourne. Leonard, born 1837, for many years engineer in charge of the northern section of Government railways, resided at Pleasant Banks, Perth, and Launceston (Tamar-street), married Mary Jane Gibson; Robert, born 1840, named after the artist, married Susan Neville: Thomas Tayspill, born 1841. settled in New Zealand; Edward Jackson, born 1843, for some years in Union Bank, Launceston. migrated to New Zealand;
William Archer, born 1850, a well known Launceston citizen, for many years associated with Barclay's ironmongery store. Daughters of Henry
Dowling were Elizabeth, Sarah (married her cousin, Charles Ware Dowling), Susannah.
 
Dowling, Henry (I45420)
 

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