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15301 William Logie Minister of Kirkwall, died on 05/09/1856 aged 70 in Kirkwall - Married; Father: Alexander Logie. Mother: Barbara Sinclair, Informant at death was James S Logie (Son).
1841 Kirkwall, Daisybank; age 55 Minister of 1st Charge Kirk, wife Elizabeth 45, children; Margret 25, James Scarth 20 Surgeon, William 15,
Harriet 12, Hellen 8, Alexina 5.
 
Logie, William (I57929)
 
15302 William Logie, Son of John Logie & Jean Thomson from Kirkwall was baptised on 4/8/1853 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Logie, William (I43786)
 
15303 William Lyall, Son of Benjamin Lyall & Janet Finnison from Kirkwall was baptised on 3/8/1851 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson.
Lady, Sanday, 7/40;
In loving memory of WILLIAM LYALL who died 21st May 1921 aged 69 years and his wife MARY GROAT died 7th March 1900 aged 52 years. Gone but not forgotten. 
Lyall, William (I34797)
 
15304 William Lyddon, Father's name: James Lyddon, Spouse Name: Betsy Sinclair, Spouse's Father's Name: James Chambers
Marriage Date: 27 Feb 1863, Marriage Place: Adelaide, Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 369, Volume Number: 53 
Lyddon, William (I30677)
 
15305 William M Irvine 1900 Broken Hill Magnus Irvine, Lena. Irvine, William Magnus (I54289)
 
15306 William married Hellen Jenkinson, Name: William Cormack Gender: Male Marriage Registration Year: 1884 Marriage Registration Place: Victoria, Australia Spouse: Hellen Jenkinson Reference Number: 4979
Perhaps below is Hellen’s birth ? ? ?
Name Hellen Jenkinson Mother Sarah Jenkinson Father John Jenkinson Birth 1857 Northborough Northamptonshire England Residence 1861 Northborough Northamptonshire England 
Jenkinson, Hellen (I2059)
 
15307 William married in North Shields, and no more is known of him. Kirkness, William (I8337)
 
15308 William Marwick Halcrow, Son of John Halcrow & Isabella Irvine from Kirkwall was baptised on 5/03/1835 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Halcro, William Marwick (I28080)
 
15309 William Matches Copland; Spouse Name: Eleanor Stirmey, Marriage Place: Victoria, Reg Place: Victoria, Reg Year: 1873, Reg Number: 4873
Wm Matches Copland, Birth Year: abt 1833, Age: 78, Death Place: Collingwood, Victoria, Father's name: Copland, Mother's name: Jessie Mathes
Registration Year: 1911, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 8196. 
Copland, William Matches (I5213)
 
15310 William may have married Euphemia Brass around 1838 and had their first child Mathew in Aug 1839. The eldest three children in the 1841 census are by Margaret Sinclair and the youngest Mathew by Euphemia.
1841 North Dyke Sandwick age 40 farmer, wife Euphemia Garson (nee Brass) (second wife) 25, children; William 15 Shoemaker App, Daniel 10, Joseph 5, Mathew 1.
1851 Huavath Sandwick age 51 Fisherman, wife Euphemia 35, children; Mathew 11, David 9, Jacob 7, Samuel 5, Daniel 3, Mary 1.
1861 Hooveth Sandwick age 60 Fisherman, wife Euphemia 45, children; Samuel 15, Mary 11, Gavin 8, John 6, Peter 2. Son Daniel is age 13 servant at Appie House.
Sadly William and son Daniel both died through a boat tragedy; William on the 9th May 1865 at Skaill House from injuries by the upsetting of a boat and Daniel on the previous day (8th May 1865) by drowning by the upsetting of a fishing boat in the Bay of Skaill. 
Garson, William (I49213)
 
15311 William may have remarried to Margaret Reid and died 28th June 1869 Work, William (I13060)
 
15312 William Melvin Mowat Birth Place: Stromness, Orkney Death Date: 2 Sep 1918 Death Place: France and Flanders Enlistment Place: Stromness
Rank: A Sergeant Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery Battalion: Orkney. [RGA - (TF)] Regimental Number: 368189
Type of Casualty: Killed in action, Theatre of War: Western European Theatre. 
Mowat, William Melvin (I9725)
 
15313 William Miller, Death Place: Victoria, Father's name: Robert, Mother's name: Elizabeth, Registration Year: 1861, Reg Place: Victoria, Reg Number: 5108 Miller, William (I7805)
 
15314 William Miller, Father's name: Robert Miller, Spouse Name: Catherine Cooper, Spouse's Father's Name: John Cooper
Marriage Date: 16 Dec 1884, Marriage Place: Echunga, Reg Place: Mount Barker, South Australia, Page Number: 1192, Volume Number: 141 
Cooper, Catherine (I12812)
 
15315 William Money Jan 1849; Wald David 27 - 1658/3 Orkney with family.
South Australian Register Tues.24th April 1894;
WALD.- On the 22nd April, at Queenstown, David Wald, the beloved brother of Mrs. Geo.Sinclair, aged 73 years.
Evening Journal Adelaide, SA Tuesday 24th April 1894;
DEATH OF OLD PORTONIAN. On Sunday, at Mrs. G. Sinclair's residence, Long street, Queenstown, Mr. David Wald passed away. (This was his sister Helen's home)The deceased was born in 1821 at Kirkwall, in the Orkney Islands, and landed in South Australia about forty years ago. In conjunction with the late Mr. J. Wald, his brother, he began business as a watchmaker in Commercial-road, Port Adelaide, and for many years followed his trade. Mr. Wald had resided in Port Adelaide since his arrival in the colony and was a well known identity. For sometime past he had been laid by through illness.Hie wife died some years back, but a grown up family survive him. Mr. Wald was a member of the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows, being P.G. in the Victoria Lodge.
The Advertiser Adelaide Tuesday 24 April 1894; DEATH OF AN OLD PORTONIAN.
Mr. David Wald. an old Portonian, died at the residence of Mrs. Sinclair, Long-street,Queenstown, on Sunday. (Sister Ellen's home). He was born at Kirkwall, in the Orkneys, and arrived in the country about the year 1850. With his brother, the late Mr. J. Wald, he started a watchmaker's business on Commercial-road, Port Adelaide, and continued in the business for some years. From the time of his arrival in the colony he had resided in the Port Adelaide district. Mr. Wald, who had been ailing for some years with an internal complaint, was 73 years of age. His wife died some years ago, but a grown up family survive. His remains will be interred in the Woodville Cemetery this afternoon. 
Wald, David Bews (I52470)
 
15316 William moved to Gippsland ( Eastern Victoria ) and had a lot of children but sister Jane stayed on in Scarsdale.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.) Wednesday 9 July 1913; IRVINE.-On the 7th July, at his daughter's residence Meeniyan, William, beloved husband of
Caroline Irvine, of Dollar, South Gippsland, late of Newtown, Scarsdale, aged 81 years. A colonist of 61 years.
William Irvine Birth Date: 6 Oct 1832 Birth Place: Redland, Orkney Islands, Scotland Death Date: 7 Jul 1913 Death Place: Dollar, South Gippsland Shire, Victoria, Australia Cemetery: Meeniyan Cemetery Burial or Cremation Place: Meeniyan, South Gippsland Shire, Victoria, Australia 
Irvine, William (I51977)
 
15317 William Mowat Birth Place: Hoy, Orkney Death Date: 20 Jul 1918 Death Place: France and Flanders Enlistment Place: Stromness, Orkney Rank: Private Regiment: Seaforth Highlanders Battalion: 4th Battalion Regimental Number: S/12621 Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre Other Records: Search for 'William Mowat' in other WWI collections
War Diaries (France, Belgium, Germany): Search for 'Seaforth Highlanders' in the WWI War Diaries (France, Belgium, Germany) collection
War Diaries (Gallipoli): Search for 'Seaforth Highlanders' in the WWI War Diaries (Gallipoli) collection 
Mowat, William (I2529)
 
15318 William Mowat Flett, Son of James Flett & Barbara Mowat from Kirkwall was baptised on 1/7/1852 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson. Flett, William Mowat (I43477)
 
15319 William Mowat, Son of William Mowat & Barbara Kirkness from St Andrews was baptised on 5/11/1845 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Mowat, William (I13522)
 
15320 William Muir died on 15/03/1900 aged 82yrs at Sanday
Father: John Muir Mother: Jane Drummond
Informant at death was David Muir (Nephew). 
Muir, William (I5956)
 
15321 William Muir, Birth Date: 1885, Birth Place: New South Wales, Registration Year: 1885, Registration Place: Stroud, New South Wales,Australia
Father: David Muir, Mother: Margaret, Registration Number: 20036 
Muir, William (I41281)
 
15322 William Muir, Son of William Muir & Margaret Omand from Kirkwall was baptised on 3/6/1829 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Muir, William (I56529)
 
15323 William Norquay died on 23rd Nov 1900 aged 46 in Burray. Father Alexander Norquay. Mother Maria Budge. Informant at death was John Ross, Brother-in-law. Norquoy, William (I362)
 
15324 William Omond, Spouse Name: Sarah Annie Birkwood Thacker, Marriage Place: Victoria, Reg Place: Victoria, Reg Year: 1862, Reg Number: 935 Omand, William Kirkness (I2654)
 
15325 William Randall, Birth Year: abt 1848, Age: 10, Death Date: 31 Dec 1858, Death Place: Port Adelaide, Residence Place: Port Adelaide
Father's name: David Randall, Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Page Number: 361, Volume Number: 5 
Rendall, William (I5947)
 
15326 William Reid Spouse Name: Betsy Miller Marriage Date: 12 Jan 1897 Marriage Place: Queensland Registration Place: Queensland Registration Year:
1897 Registration Number: 000789 Page Number: 21829
Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. :) Saturday 27 March 1915 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND. In the GOODS of WILLIAM REID, late of Byrnestown, near Gayndah, in the State of Queensland, Selector, deceased, Intestate. Notice is hereby given that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the date of publication hereof, application will be made to this Honourable Court that Administration of the Personal Estate of the above
named William Reld, who died intestate, may be granted to BETSY REID, of Byrnestown, near Gayndah aforesaid, the lawful widow and relict of the said deceased. Dated the twenty-third day of March, 1915. E. A. FLOWER, Solicitor for the said Betsy Reid, Palmerin-street, Warwick. By Flower & Hart, Solicitors, Adelaide-street, Brisbane.
Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld.) Thursday 2 September 1915 William Reid, of Byrnestown, Gayndah, selector, died February 27, 1915. Personalty, £923. Letters of administration, granted to Betsy Reid, of Byrnestown. G. A. Flower (by Flower and Hart), solicitor.
Name: William Reid Death Date: 27 Feb 1915 Death Place:Queensland Father's name: Alexander Reid Mother's name: Mary Sangster Registration Place: Queensland Registration Number: B 020837 Page Number: 1681 
Reid, William (I23843)
 
15327 William Rendall died on 14/04/1952 aged 74 in Westray - Married 1st to Annie Logie; 2nd Margaret Bain; 3rd Jemima Rendall Groat or Van Wyck.
Informant at death was James L Rendall (Son) of Saverton Pierowall.
William Rendall (age 23) & Annie Logie (age 25) married on 10/01/1901 in Westray
Grooms Father: James Rendall Mother: Jessie Mowat
Brides Father: Archibald Logie Mother: Agnes Mowat
Ladykirk, Pierowall, Westray, a3/68
ERECTED BY WILLIAM RENDALL IN LOVING MEMORY OF HIS BELOVED WIFE ANNIE LOGIE WHO FELL ASLEEP 14th OCT 1901 AGED 26 YEARS. ALSO HIS SON WILLIAM WHO DIED 12th JANy 1914 AGED 2 WEEKS ALSO HIS BELOVED WIFE MARGARET CRAGIE BAIN WHO FELL ASLEEP 19th DEC 1943 AGED 61 YEARS ALSO THE ABOVE WILLIAM RENDALL WHO FELL ASLEEP 14th APRIL 1952 AGED 74 YEARS 
Rendall, William (I19830)
 
15328 William Robert Waldie Haggie Brass (age 23) & Lilian Linklater (age 23) married on 30th January 1936 in Stromness.
Grooms Father: William Irvine Brass. Mother: Mary Tait Bichan
Brides Father: James Linklater. Mother: Mary Ann Moar 
Brass, William Robert Waldie Haggie (I48604)
 
15329 William Roy Davidson Sketheway Birth Date: 18 May 1882 Birth Place: Marden Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Father: William Sketheway Mother: Sarah Ray Joyce Page Number: 150 Volume Number: 283 
Skethway, William Roy Davidson (I26381)
 
15330 William Russel Muir, Son of William Muir & Margaret Omand from Kirkwall was baptised on 01/11/1834 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Muir, William Russland (I9187)
 
15331 William Russell (1842 - 1924) son of William Russell and Elizabeth Bews was born at Odinstone on the island of Shapinsay. He was 11 years old when he arrived in SA with his father, mother, brother and two sisters. The eldest brother and two elder sisters did not emigrate. It was said the older brother went to America?
Chronicle Adelaide, SA Saturday 9th August 1924
Mr. William Russell, the well known sailmaker and ship chandler, of Port Adelaide, died at his residence at Union street, Semaphore, on August 1. Of a quiet and retiring disposition, he had an army of friends, who admired him for his sterling good qualities. He was a native of the Orkney Islands, and was 82 years of age. He arrived in South Australia in the fifties, and after serving his time with the late Captain French as a sailmaker, was employed by Messrs. Clarke and McKenzie as a foreman. Afterwards he started on his own account at the corner of Divett and Todd streets, Port Adelaide. In 1887 he entered into partnership with Mr. H. W. Thompson and bought out the business of his former employers. This partnership was dissolved three years later, and he opened in business in Commercial Road, Port Adelaide, where he continued until his death. He had held office as president and honorary curator of the institute, museum, and art gallery at Port Adelaide. He had also been a representative of the institute on the Public Library Board, and held the office at one time of vice-president of the Institutes' Association. He was one of the first students to be enrolled at the Adelaide University. He was a clever mathematician, and took a great interest in astronomy, having a miniature observatory at his residence. Up till about two years ago he was a correspondent of the paper conducted by the Astronomical Society. He was remarkably agile for his age, and he astonished local people about two years ago by scaling the flagstaff at the top of the tower of the Customs House at Port Adelaide for the purpose of carrying out some repairs connected with the halyards. He and Mr. John Playfair were the last two remaining foundation members of the Royal Yacht Squadron. He was associated for many years with the committee and as an officer of the club, and used to race his own yacht, Vivid. Later he was in partnership with Mr. Magnus Wald in the cutter Magic. When the squadron was formed, on November 6, 1859, he was of those who met at Mr. Bucknall's Club House Hotel to bring about its inauguration. In the years which followed he did much to keep yachting and yacht racing alive. He left a widow, one son, and two daughters- Mr. W. H. Russell and Mesdames Norris and Bushell. 
Russell, William (I56960)
 
15332 William Samuel Heddle, Death Date: 15 Dec 1946, Death Place: South Australia, Registration Year: 1946-1950
Registration Place: South Australia, Page Number: 6216, Volume Number: 708 
Heddle, William Samuel (I38017)
 
15333 William Scott, Birth Year: abt 1834, Age: 69, Death Place: Toth W, Victoria, Father's name: Scott Wm, Mother's name: Mary Shearer
Registration Year: 1903, Registration Place: Victoria, Registration Number: 6053 
Scott, William (I51139)
 
15334 William Shearer died on 29th December 1874 aged 75 in Holm - widower of Margaret Oddie
Father: David Shearer. Mother: Margaret Moss (Ellen)
Informant at death was William Shearer, nephew.
1841 Holm, Wilderness, age 40 farmer, wife Margaret 40, children; William 9, Margaret 5.
1851 Holm, Wilderness, age 51 Farmer 21 acres, wife Margaret 51, son William 19.
1861 Holm, Wilderness, age 61 farmer, wife Margaret 62, son William 29 Ploughman, Margaret Shearer, Dau in Law, Dairymaid,
William Shearer 5, GrandSon, John Shearer, 3, GrandSon, Margaret Shearer, GrandDau, Peter Shearer, GrandSon, (3 months).
1871 Holm, Wilderness, age 71 Widower, Farmer, son William 39 Ploughman, Margaret Shearer, 39 Dau in Law,
William Shearer, 14, GrandSon, John Shearer, 12, GrandSon, Margaret G Shearer, 11, GrandDau, Peter Shearer, 10, GrandSon, David Shearer, 6, GrandSon, Andrew Shearer, 4, GrandSon, Edward Shearer, (M), 2, GrandSon. 
Shearer, William (I17690)
 
15335 William Sinclair Spence Birth Date: Abt 1862 Birth Place: Emerald Hill, Victoria Registration Year: 1862 Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: Peter Spence Mother: Janet Sinclair Registration Number: 22230
1891 John St Stromness age 28 baker, wife Susanna T 29, sons; William S 2, John 5 months.
1901 John St Stromness age 38 Foreman Bread Baker, wife Susanna 38, sons; William S 12, John 10, David Stewart 8, Herbert 5.
1911 John Street (9 r/w) Stromness age 48 Bread & Bisc Maker, wife Susanna T Spence 49 (Mar: 22y, 5, 5), children; John 20 Bread & Bisc Maker, David S 18 Teacher Student, Herbert 15, Sibell M 8. All living with Stewart Smith mother in law.
Stromness (Kirkyard C), d/149;
In loving memory of WILLIAM SINCLAIR SPENCE, Baker, died 1 Jul 1948 aged 85 years. His wife SUSANNA THOMSON SMITH died 23 Apr 1939 aged 77 years. Their sons 2nd Lt DAVID STUART, RFB, killed in action at Gallipoli 13 Dec 1915 aged 23 years, JOHN died 13 Jun 1942 aged 51 years and their daughter SIBELL MARGARET died 27 May 1991 aged 89 years. 
Spence, William Sinclair (I6553)
 
15336 William Sketheway Birth Date: 19 Dec 1854 Birth Place: Adelaide Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Father: William Sketheway Mother: Agnes Davidson Page Number: 90 Volume Number: 5
William Skethaway Father's name: William Skethaway Spouse Name: Sarah Ray Joyce Spouse's Father's Name: S Joyce
Marriage Date: 22 May 1878 Marriage Place: Res Of William Skethaway Snr Adelaide Registration Place: Adelaide, South Australia
Page Number: 754 Volume Number: 115 
Skethway, William (I47888)
 
15337 William Symonds of Ballarat ( from Cornwall ) seems to be the brother of Francis Symonds who emigrated ( also from Cornwall ) on the Navarino in 1848 to Adelaide with eleven children , and established a Christian Revivalist Community of some kind.
Elizabeth Bassett b. 1803, Father Thomas Bassett1 b. 14 May 1749, d. 22 Nov 1832
Mother Margaret Hawkey d. Apr 1823
Birth 1803 St Enoder, Cornwall
Married Name 8 November 1823 Symonds
Marriage 8 November 1823 St Enoder, Cornwall; William Symonds, bachelor, of St Enoder
Elizabeth Bassett, spinster, of St Enoder by banns
Witnesses Franis Symonds & Francis Symonds; Groom; William Symonds
Family
William Symonds
Citations; Will - Thomas Bassett 1832. Microfilm of the Marriages of St Enoder, Cornwall, 1754-1959 (Film 246783).
William Gomar Symonds was born in 1798 in Tregolis Farm , St Wenn , Cornwall , England. He died on 22 Sep 1877 in Sturt St., Ballarat, Victoria
William married Elizabeth Bassett. Elizabeth was born in 1800 in St Enoder , Cornwall , England.
William Gummow Symonds; Birth Year: abt 1797, Age: 80, Death Place: Victoria, Father's name: William, Reg Year: 1877, Reg Place: Victoria,
Reg Number: 7168
FRANCIS SYMONDS "The Amedeus"
Francis Symonds came to South Australia in 1848 on the Ship Navarino at Plymouth and took up land at Chain of Ponds. All 13 of the family arrived on November 10th 1848, after 99 days at sea. The first Bible Christian Methodist services in the district were held in his old farm house, and continued until the church was built at Chain of Ponds, of which he laid the foundation stone. Francis Symonds was a local preacher, Justice of the Peace and Chairman of the Para Wirra District council for over 30 years. Few men in the district were better known. Like many others in the early days of the colony, he used to make wine, and had it at table meals. Reverand R Lang, one of the ministers wrote, he was, taken all round, one of the finest men I have known: a gentlemen of striking appearance. If a stranger were to meet him walking down Rundle Street he would pause to look at him, walk on and turn around again to see him. In his youthful days, being a man of great physical strength and endurance, he amused himself by engaging in wrestling matches, at which he excelled. He lived until he was ninety years of age 
Symonds, William (I19208)
 
15338 William Taylor (widower, age 69) & Barbara Deering Cromarty or Reid (widow age 59) married on 08/05/1906 in Burray
Grooms Father: William Taylor. Mother: Grace Swanson
Brides Father: John Cromarty. Mother: Elizabeth Cromarty 
Taylor, William (I47299)
 
15339 William Taylor lawful Son to John Peace & Elizabeth Sinclair was born on the fourteenth day of September Eighteen hundred and Seventeen and baptised by the Rev Mr William Taylor Secession Minister Stronsay.
1841 Dishes Stronsay age 20.
1851 Blackhall Stronsay age 31 Ag Lab (Ploughman), wife Rebecca 23, daughter Ann 10 months.
1861 Holland Stronsay age 41 Ploughman, wife Rebekah 31, children; Ann 10, John 8, Betsy 1.
1871 Holland Stronsay age 52 Farm Servant, wife Rebecca 42, children; Betsy 12, Thomas 9, William 7.
1881 Milkquoy Stronsay age 61 Farmer of 8 acres, wife Rebecca 53. 
Peace, William Taylor (I13890)
 
15340 William Taylor Work (age 24) & Jessie Jane Sandison (age 27) married on 02/11/1899 at Flotta.
Grooms Father: William Work. Mother: Eliza Taylor.
Brides Father: Zachary Sandison. Mother: Isabella Sutherland.
William Taylor Work died on 29/06/1951 aged 76 at Kirkwall - Married to Jessie Jane Sutherland.
Father: William Work. Mother: Eliza Taylor
Informant: Wm Work (Son) 
Work, William Taylor (I10076)
 
15341 William Thomas Marwick Birth Date: Abt 1860 Birth Place: Collingwood, Victoria Registration Year: 1860 Registration Place: Victoria, Australia
Father: William Marwick Mother: Isabella Begg Registration Number: 11459.
Leader (Melbourne, Vic. : 1862 - 1918) Saturday 13 January 1883 MARWICK-HARVEY.-On the 3rd January, at 5 Victoria-street, Windsor, William Thomas Marwick, second son of William Gibson Marwick, of Mulgrave, to Georgina, second daughter of the late James Harvey, of Emerald-hill. 
Marwick, William Thomas (I21424)
 
15342 William Thomas Stewart Hewison Father's name James Smith Hewison Spouse Name Alice Maud Turner Spouse's Father's Name James Hilton Turner Marriage Date 26 Oct 1879 Marriage Place Streaky Bay, Registration Place Flinders, South Australia Page Number 502 Volume Number 121
There was a family of three sons and four daughters, of whom three survive: viz., James Hewison, who is employed in Ireland in the cable service; Mrs John Mudge, of Chandada; and Mrs T. Wilson, of Barmera.
Alice Maud Hewison Birth Year: abt 1861 Age: 33 Death Date: 30 Jul 1894 Death Place: Streaky Bay Residence Place: Streaky Bay Registration Place: Flinders, South Australia Page Number: 334 Volume Number: 220 
Turner, Alice Maud (I19476)
 
15343 William Tomison Birth Date: 1856 Birth Place: New South Wales Registration Year: 1856 Registration Place: Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia Father: William H Tomison Mother: Margaret M Registration Number: 5859
Here is the marriage of William Horne Tomison’s son, William, in 1890; Name: William Tomison Spouse Name: Margaret J Brown Marriage Date: 1890 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Emmaville, New South Wales Registration Year: 1890 Registration Number: 3453
Here, below, is the death of the wife ( above ) of William Horne Tomison’s son, William. Name: Margaret J Tomison
Death Date: 1906 Death Place: New South Wales Father's name: William H Mother's name: Jane Registration Year: 1906 Registration Place: Tenterfield, New South Wales Registration Number: 10721 
Brown, Margaret J (I37361)
 
15344 William Traill Bews, Daughter of David Bews & Barbara Beaton from Kirkwall was baptised on 1/3/1824 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Bews, William Traill (I46904)
 
15345 William Traill died on 21/07/1874 aged 46 yrs in Stromness - Widower of Mary Menzies.
Father: George Traill. Mother: Mary Swan
Informant at death was William Rendall (Neighbour). 
Traill, Dr. William (I58399)
 
15346 William Tulloch married Betsy GRANT (nee SANDISON) and had three children: 1) James Wallace b.1897 m Gertrude Mabel LESLIE, 2) Flora Isobel Mary b.1901 and 3) Mikey Oliver Drever b.1904. All children were born at Morchard, South Australia.
Evening Journal Adelaide Monday 12th August 1878; William Tulloch Munro was charged, on remand, on the information of Amanda Jones,
with leaving his illegitimate child without means of support. Mr. C. C. Kingston for the defence. Ordered to pay 7s. 6d. per week and costs. 
Munro, William Tulloch (I30114)
 
15347 William Walls, Son of Andrew Walls & Stewart Taylor from Orphir was baptised on 3/4/1850 at Congregational Ch, Kirkwall by R Paterson Walls, William (I8804)
 
15348 William was a clock repairer.
Od Section of St Olafs cemetery;
Erected by WILLIAM MCKAY, Merchant, in memory if his beloved wife SARAH TULLOCH who died 23rd July 1927 aged 61 years. Also the above WILLIAM MCKAY who died 21st April 1934 aged 66 years and their daughter ROBINA beloved wife of GEORGE HERCUS who died 10th July 1947 aged 39 years. The above GEORGE HERCUS who died 30th Dec 1954 aged 47 years. Until the day dawn." 
Mackay, William (I34045)
 
15349 William was a linen draper.
An on line tree has the death as 14th May 1828.
The Berwick left Gravesend on 6 December 1822, arriving in Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land on 21 June 1823.
The cabin passenger list was apparently on page 2 of Hobart Town Gazette of 28 June, which is missing from the online Tasmanian archives. 
Purbrick, William James (I15986)
 
15350 William was a plasterer. Budge, William Archer (I51911)
 

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