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201 15 Roseberry Crescent Begg, Cecilia (I20881)
202 151 Canning Street Flett, Margaret (I24470)
203 16 children listed on on line trees. Hewison, George (I51717)
204 161 Henderson Street Walls, James (I41707)
205 166 Conningham Road, Shepherds Bush Traill, Mary (I58546)
206 1693 poll tax living at Scorne, Birsay
1696 rentals living at Scorne, Birsay 
Stickler, William (I23884)
207 17 Canning Place Corston, Margaret (I8855)
208 17 children listed. Anderson, Charles (I48547)
209 17 children listed? Anderson, John Henry (I44949)
210 17 Citadel Kay, Williamina Rendall or (I46471)
211 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 (I7678)
212 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 (I14723)
213 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 (I14044)
214 1747 Nov 21st; David Coupland, tenant in Birstan & Margaret Tait both in this congregation, were contracted in order to marriage, were married Dec 31st by Mr William Nisbet Minister of Firth & Stenness. Copland, David (I44733)
215 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 (I43695)
216 1755-1823
BIRTH 02 MAY 1755 • Probus, Cornwall, ( Later of Lisbon 1817 )
DEATH 05 JAN 1823 • Westness, Rousay, Orkney, Scotland
Sarle, Charles (I58677)
217 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 (I1017)
218 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 (I43307)
219 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 (I7014)
220 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 (I15050)
221 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 (I34336)
222 1788-1838 BIRTH 18 JUL 1788 • Falmouth, Cornwall (later of Dominica- Stipendary Magistrate
DEATH 10 MAY 1838 • Union Estate, St George Parish, Dominica, aged 49.
India Marriages : Name: Charles Sarle Gender: Male Child: Fanny Marshall Sarle or, probably the same event, Name Charles Sarle Spouse
Fanny Marshall Marriage 26/11/1812 Truro, Cornwall, England
Charles Sarle and Fanny Marshall ( Sarle ? ) were the parents of Sir Allen Lanyon Sarle.
Sarle, Charles Rogers (I58675)
223 1791-1847
BIRTH 13 JAN 1791 • Truro, Cornwall, England
DEATH OCT 1847 • Lambeth, London, England 
Marshall, Frances (Fanny) (I58676)
224 17th Dec 1825 On the ship 'Lang'; there was a Miss S. Rickett also travelling, probably Ann's sister.
Mary Rickett's sister, Ann Rickett, must have been married to a Henry Bilton who did not have children of his own, but seemed accommodating to immigrating extended family from England: The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. ) Saturday 6 April 1889; DEATH OF MR. HENRY BILTON. - By the
death of Mr. Henry Bilton, of Claremont, Glenorchy, which took place at a quarter to 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, another name is added to the long list of nonagenarians which upset all of the ordinary calculations of statists when applied to Tasmania. The deceased, whose venerable form was known to a wide circle of acquaintances, was born in England in 1798, and spent his early years in a merchant's office in London. Under the
advice of a medical authority he emigrated to this colony in 1825, and, despite the fact would not live many years, he spent an active and useful life of 62 years in this healthy colony, and had he lived till the 14th July next he would have completed his 91st year. Soon after his arrival in Hobart he went into business as a general merchant, importing from London such articles as the early colonists required, and exporting wool, etc. He also took an active interest in agricultural and pastoral pursuits, having a farm at the Eastern Marshes, and being the first im-porter of Leicester sheep to Tasmania. Being a shrewd and industrious man, and engaged in business at a time when the merchants here did a large business with Victoria, he was enabled to retire on a competency about 40 years ago, when he went to Claremont and took a less active in-
terest in commercial circles. He was much interested in politics and the public affairs of the district, and for many years was the Warden of Glenorchy, though he was unsuccessful in two contests for the representation of the district in the House of Assembly. His great interest in politics was not only manifested at meetings, and in every movement taking place in the district where he resided, for he was known to spend
night after night in the Legislature an interested listener to the debates which took place there, and often driving home in the small hours of the morning. Several of his brothers, who also came out to Tasmania, have preceded him to the grave leaving numerous families behind them,
amongst whom, we understand, Mr. Henry Bilton has left his property, for he had no children himself, and his wife died about six years ago. The deceased was a man of strong will and remarkable individuality, often amounting to eccentricity. Not being satisfied with the compensation he obtained from the Main Line Railway Co. for running through his land, he refused to accept anything and in several other matters he acted with
a similar determination or caprice. In consequence of this peculiarity he frequently took up a position in politics which caused warm divisions, but in all public matters he did his utmost for what he believed would forward the general weal. In 1862 he was made a justice of the peace, and for
many years did very assiduous service in that capacity. Though he reached such an advanced age he enjoyed very fair health till Monday last, when he was taken seriously ill, and desired to see Mr. G. S. Crouch on business matters. On Tuesday Mr. Crouch found him up again, but he was compelled to return to his bed. Dr. Bright, who attended him, ascertained that he had been suffering for some time from cancer in the stomach.
Name:Henry Bilton Birth Year:abt 1799 Age: 90 Death Date: 05 Apr 1889 Death Place: Tasmania Registration Year: 1889 Registration Place:
Hobart, Tasmania Registration Number: 505
Name: Anne Bilton Birth Year: abt 1796 Age: 87 Death Date: 29 Jul 1883 Death Place: Tasmania Registration Year: 1883 Registration Place:
Hobart, Tasmania Registration Number: 1029
The Ricketts ( and maybe the Biltons too ) came from Epping in Essex U.K Henry Bilton was Mary Rickett's brother in law.
The Mercury (Hobart, Tas.) Monday 16 October 1911; Our family, seven in number, arrived in the Derwent by the barge Ann, after a four months voyage, in 1838, and were received by our uncle, Henry Bilton, whose carriages were in waiting, and driven to Claremont, Glenorchy. I was then eight years old. Our grandparents name, Rickett, is on the Epping parish register for nearly 400 years. Two months since I received a letter from a cousin in good health, and last mail news of his death, aged 76. Yours, etc. W. H. BILTON.
The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954) Saturday 7 July 1860 Death; On the 3rd inst at the residence of Henry Bilton, Esq., Claremont, Glenorchy, MR. THOMAS RICKETT, late of Maryborough, Wide Bay, Queensland, North Australia.
Notes below are courtesy of Meg McPherson;
Henry was clearly an entrepreneur extraordinaire. After he'd been in the colony less than two years, this ( below ) is the advertisement for the goods available at his Closing Down Sale.
( Don't you love the payment Henry was prepared to accept ! So much more interesting than a credit card. )
Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827; 1830) Saturday 19 August 1826; THE Public are respectfully informed that Mr. Bilton will dispose of the Remainder of his Stock of Goods, at his House, near,the Bridge, in Argyle-street, at very reduced Prices, he wishing to proceed to his Grant of Land ; viz-Very superior Irish linens, 5-4ths, 6 4ths, and 11 4ths; Russia linen sheetings, napkin diaper ; fine Welsh flannels, IS-4ths and
S-4lhs ; Witney blankets, pelisse cloths, white jeans and whalebone for stays, 5-4ihs tweeled and plain sheeting, cotton parasols, thread and blond lace, quilling and yard wide figured and plain thread neus, plain satin and jaconet ribbons of every width and colour, also a great variety of fancy cap and bonnet ribbons ; 4-4ths white, black, and grey crapes, and black bombazines for mourning ; black and white crape, silk trimmings and buttons; black, white, and coloured crape, lisse, and gauzes ; coloured satins, sarse nets, Persians, and figured lutestrings; black and white Norwich silk scarfs, fancy gauze and figured silk handkerchiefs, artificial flowers, ladies and children's long and short kid gloves and mitts, gentle
men's black silk stockings, single and double cotton night caps, black silk stocks, ladies treble gilt neck chains, seals with mottoes, worked muslin collars, trimmings aud flouncings black & white willow, white chips and Leghorn trimmings for bonnets, cotton frills, wadding, superior needles, plated hooks and eyes, sewing silks and cottons, and a variety of other Haberdashery ; excellent made striped shirts, English wax and mould candles, double refined loaf sugar, mustard seed for pickling or crushing, Turkey coffee, earthenware, cards and dice; tin floating burners and wax wicks, so much approved in England for economy and safety: excellent paintings, in oil colours, by Flemish masters, in neat gilt frames ;
French, Italian, Dutch,and Spanish books; superior Jamaica rum and Cognac brandy, in hogsheads, in Bond.N. B.-Cash, clean Wheat, or Sheep,
will be taken in Payment. 
Bilton, Henry (I57553)
225 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 (I36012)
226 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 (I15499)
227 18 Carmichael Street Flett, Jemima Jane Mary Stevenson (I47211)
228 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 (I24929)
229 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 (I9456)
230 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 (I48896)
231 18 Wilson Street Robertson, Mary Jane Dickson (I4695)
232 18 Wilson Street Maclean, Kenneth Hossack (I44136)
233 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) (I7187)
234 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 (I19521)
235 1821
1841 St Margarets Hope South Ronaldsay age 30 fisher, mother Catherine 70, sister Isabella 25.
1851 South Ronaldsay age 43 fisherman, mother Catherine Winwick age 83 widow, Pauper (Fishermans Widow).
1861 Hillside No 1 South Ronaldsay age 54 crofter, wife Margaret 50.
1871 Hill Midtown South Ronaldsay age 64 crofter, wife Margaret 59.
1881 Hill South Ronaldsay age 75 widower, Fisherman. 
Brown, James (I29975)
236 1821 Graimston South Ronaldsay age 10?, living with father Donald 44 and siblings.
1841 Herston South Ronaldsay age 45 fisherman, wife Margaret 50, children; Barbara 15, William 14, James 12, Janet 9, Donald 3.
1851 Property No: 16 - 12 South Ronaldsay age 56 fisherman, daughter Jannet 10.
1861 Banks South Ronaldsay age 65 Fisherman occupy 1 acre of land, wife Isabella 35, children; Margaret 1, William 2 months.
St Peters, S Ronaldsay A/10/18;
In memory of MARGARET SIMISON, spouse to WILLIAM BUDGE, who departed this life the 8th May 1848 aged 54 years. Also W BUDGE died 11 April 1867 aged 72 years. [Slab in front] In loving memory of WILLIAM BUDGE died 13th April 1867 aged 72 years, his wife MARGARET SIMISON died 8th May 1848 aged 54 years. Also ISABELLA TOMISON his second wife and my dear mother died 4th May 1902 aged 77 years. Also JAMES MCCARTNEY died 5th Oct 1938 aged 84 years beloved husband of MARGARET BUDGE. Erected by her to their memory. 
Budge, William (I33388)
237 1821 South Ronaldsay age 40 weaver, wife Jean 42, children; Barbara 12, William 10, Jean 8, Thomas 4.
1841 Sandwick South Ronaldsay age 60 weaver, wife Jane 60, daughter Margaret 15.
1851 Tafnichill ? South Ronaldsay age 73 Hand Loom Weaver, wife Jean 72, daughter Margaret 24. 
Cumming, James (I29944)
238 1821 "Kirkhouse" South Ronaldsay age 59 farmer, wife Ann 61, children; Peter 29 Carpenter, Ann 25, William 20 Carpenter, James 17, John 31 Fisherman.
1841 Kirkhouse South Ronaldsay age 75 Independant, wife Ann 75, daughter Ann 40. 
Sinclair, John (I51247)
239 1821 361 Stromness age 34 Merchant, wife Jannet 27, children; Joseph 5, Edwrad 4, Jannet 2.
1841 Nisthouse Harray age 50 farmer, wife Janet 45, children; Janet 20, Charles 15, Isabella 15, Ann 10, Margaret 6, Thomas 1.
1851 Nisthouse Harray age 64 Farmer Freeholder, wife Janet 56, children; Joseph 34, Isabella 25, Ann 19, Thomas 10, sister in law Margaret Smith 39 Formerly Straw Hat Maker.
St Michaels Kirk, Harray, a/10/21;
Sacred to the memory of ROBERT CLOUSTON of 'Nisthouse', who died 22nd November 1857 aged 71 years. 
Clouston, Robert (I16446)
240 1821 ?
1841 Aikers South Ronaldsay age 35, husband Alexander 40, children; Margaret 10, Alexander 8, Sicily 8, Jean 6, Michael 4, John 2.
1851 Aikers South Ronaldsay age 49 widow, Farmer of 12 acres, children; Margaret 20, Alexander 18, Cecilia 18, Michael 14, John 12.
1861 Ronsvoe South Ronaldsay age 58 widow, Farmer 10 acres, children; Alexander 29 Ploughman, Jane 27, Michal 24, John 22. 
Thomson, Michael (I26235)
241 1821 age 36, see father Robert.
1841 Babylon Deerness age ? Fisherman, Margaret 25 Straw Plaiter, Isabella 25.
1851 Babylon Deerness age 66 widower, Hull pensioner - sailor, daughters; Margaret 40, Jane 34.
Andrew was a widower when he died. son James Ritch was informant at death. 
Ritch, Andrew (I28016)
242 1821 Aiker St Andrews age 32, wife Jane 42, children; Euphan 9, William 7, John 5, David 2. Also Peter Mowat 70.
1841 Aicres St Andrews age 55 fisherman, wife Jean 55, children; William 25, David 20, Euphemia 25 Straw Plaiter.
1851 Aikers St Andrews age 65 Farmer of 15 Acres, wife Jane 67, son William 35, daughter in law Barbara 30, grandsons; William 5, John 2. 
Mowat, Alexander (I56545)
243 1821 Aikers Orphir age (60 - 70) Farmer 6.Black Cattle 2.Sheep 6.Gese 1.Swine, wife Margaret (50 - 60) (nee Hay), children; Margaret 10, Isabella 5, Ann 5, Magnus under 5. Ballantyne, Peter (I12374)
244 1821 Air South Ronaldsay age 21 Cooper.
1841 Grimness South Ronaldsay age 40 Cooper, wife Catherine 35, children; Peter 14, Alexander 12, David 12, William 7, Thomas 3.
1851 2 Air of Cara South Ronaldsay age 50 Herring Barrel Cooper, wife Catherine 47, children; Peter 24 Ship Carpenter, William 18 Fisherman, Thomas 13 Fisherman, Catherine 3.
1861 Ayr South Ronaldsay age 60 Cooper, wife Catherine 58, children; Thomas 22, Catherine 13.
1871 Ayre of Cara South Ronaldsay age 70 cooper, wife Catherine 68, children; Thomas 33 cooper, Catherine 23.
1881 Fishing Station South Ronaldsay age 80 widower, cooper, children; Thomas 41 cooper, Catherine 31, granddaughter Catherine 14.
St Peters, S Ronaldsay - N Parish, A/18/29;
In loving memory of THOMAS SWANNIE who died 2nd Sep 1882 aged 82 years. Also CATHERINE TAYLOR his wife died 6th March 1877 aged 74 years. CATHERINE SWANNIE their daughter died 22nd Oct 1887 aged 39 years. THOMAS SWANNIE their fifth son died 16th July 1910 aged 73 years. Erected by THOMAS S SINCLAIR. [Flat stone] Erected by THOMAS SWANNIE in memory of his wife CATHERINE TAYLOR who died 6th March 1877 aged 74 years. 
Swanney, Thomas (I43761)
245 1821 at Property No: 110 Stromness age 61 Blacksmith. Also there is a William Moar age 25 Blacksmith, and at Property No 116 is son Jonathan and his wife Margaret Clouston. Moar, John (I36691)
246 1821 Biggings Sandwick age 36 farmer, wife Sally 35 (nee Linklater), children; Robert 15, David 13, Margaret 9, James 7, Peter 5, Ann 4, William 1.
1841 Outertown Stromness age 55 farmer, wife Margaret 45, son Thomas 15.
1851 Garth Stromness age 68 Cottager, 2 acres, wife Margaret 52, daughter May 32. 
Towers, David (I11996)
247 1821 Blinkbonny Burray age 18, mother Clement 40, brother James 14.
1841 Burray age 36 Fisherman, wife Janet 25 b Scotland, children; Donald 8, Betsy 3, William 2 months.
1851 10 Hillside Burray age 47, daughter Betsy 13, living with brother James 43 Fisherman and his wife Isabella 52 pauper.
1861 Barnesbrae Burray age 54 widower, Fisherman, daughter Betsy 22 ag lab.
1871 Little Dikend Burray age 64 Fisherman. wife Margaret 45, mother in law's grandchildren; Margaret 15, Catherine 15, John 11, James 9, Magnus 6, Barbara 4, mother in law Margaret Berston 70.
1881 Eastdikend Burray age 80 Fisherman, wife Margaret 57, daughters; Kate 25, Barbara 14, grandchildren; John Sutherland 10, George W Bruce 4, Margaret Sinclair 3, William Sinclair 10 months.
St Lawrence, Burray plot A1/1;
In loving memory of MAGNUS SINCLAIR who died 9th Aug 1885 aged 85 years. Also MARGARET BERSTON, his wife, who died 5th Dec 1901 aged 75 years. 
Sinclair, Magnus (I21979)
248 1821 Blinkbonny South Ronaldsay age 56, Eliza 53, children; Barbara 21, Ann 20, Eliza 17, Laing 11. Also John Budge 1.
1841 Burray age 70 tailor, wife Elizabeth 70. Also John Budge 20 fisherman. 
Guthrie, Solomon (I11695)
249 1821 Bou Of Burray age 8 with brothers Robert 18, William 16.
1841 Burray age 25 Fisherman, wife Mary 30, sons; James 3, Magnus 10 months.
1851 4 North Hill Burray age 40 Fisherman, wife Mary 44 Hemp Spinner, children; James 13 Fisher Boy, Magnus 11 Fisher Boy, Jane 9, John 6, Ann 4, Janet 1.
1861 Stanningstown Burray age 48 Farmer of 4 acre & Fisherman, wife Mary 55, children; Jane 19, John 17, Ann 15, Jannet 13.
1871 Standstone Burray age 58 Fisherman, wife Mary 65, daughter Jane 28.
1881 Stanstone Burray age 74 widower, retired fisherman, son John 35 widower, fisherman, granddaughter Jessie Ann 8.
1891 Standingstone Burray age 83 widower, fisherman, living with son John and family. 
Wylie, John (I40361)
250 1821 Bou Of Burray Burray age 30, wife Betty 29, children; Betty 7, John 5, James 3, Robert 1. Also Ann Sinclair 50.
1841 New House St Ola age 45 farmer, wife Janet 45, also Esther 15.
1851 Newhouse St Ola age 58 ag lab, second wife Jannet 63.
1861 Berry Breck St Ola age 66 Farmer of 6 acres, wife Janet 73.
Died from old age, aged 74. Informant was son David Sinclair. Parents not known.
Parents may have been Robert Sinclair b 1754 and Mary Sclater b 1758. 
Sinclair, Thomas (I6481)

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