The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison

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101 Lawrence left Mary when he returned home after a prolonged absence to find that she had had a daughter by another man. He took his children to South Africa and, after divorcing Mary, remarried. Mary had three more children by a John Peffers, followed by another three, and eventually married a David Stewart in 1901. Family: F22763
 
102 Likely to be Anne Spencer Sharp because their child is born at her address and James is described as a bachelor at their marriage. Family: F10844
 
103 Maria is James' step-daughter. Family: F10847
 
104 Marjorie and their three children were drowned off the coast of New Guinea on 25 Jan 1925. [S1] Family: F14971
 
105 Marriage granted by Governor. Free settler. [S96] Family: F5841
 
106 Married 5 years on 1911 census. Family: F4889
 
107 Married illegally because he was the widower of her sister. Family: F12524
 
108 Married in South Africa in 1889 but illegally since Elizabeth was still married to Walter.  Family: F6090
 
109 Martha married as Martha Allert and claiming to be single yet two of her Guest children are with them in 1901. [S1] Family: F34309
 
110 Martha was a Protestant and Anthony a Roman Catholic. It is believed that someone in his family took strong exception to the "mixed" marriage and arranged for him to work for the East India Company. Martha was expecting their first child so Anthony went to India and Martha and the child were to follow.
Shortly after arriving in India, Anthony received a letter to say that both his wife and child had died in childbirth. At about the same time, Martha received a letter to say that Anthony had died soon after arriving in India.
Martha then worked as a house-keeper for a local business man who liked to entertain the army officers from the local garrison in Athy. Some years later, during such an evening of entertainment, one officer, on hearing of the surname Cross, said that it reminded him of his old general in India. Enquiries were made and after confirmation of the situation had been received, Anthony decided to return to Ireland but died just a month before leaving.
www.geocities.com/thadacto/cross.html 
Family: F5944
 
111 Mary is at the home of her brother William and his family and his niece is one month old. She is therefore likely to be the mother. [S1] Family: F2621
 
112 Mary obtained a Decree of Divorce against Alexander Family: F37577
 
113 Muriel is the 7th daughter Family: F12473
 
114 Need to check relationships. [S217] Family: F10182
 
115 Need to confirm children. [S1] Family: F2058
 
116 Need to confirm family connections. There are marriages in Raydon between John Hills and Anne Cook in both 1808 and 1810 according to www.familysearch.org. And a John Hills and Nancy Cook married in Raydon in 1802. They are on this site separately with their sons Thomas and Henry although Thomas is with an Ann in 1841. [S1] Family: F10040
 
117 Need to confirm these are John's parents. [S184] Family: F10274
 
118 Need to confirm they are brothers. [S1] Family: F5092
 
119 Need to confirm this marriage. [S1] Family: F3339
 
120 Need to confirm which John she married Family: F12310
 
121 Needs to be confirmed Family: F37631
 
122 On 25 Jul 1863, they emigrated to New Zealand in the sailing ship "The Brothers Pride" arriving at Lyttleton on 10 Dec 1863. [S3]
The captain was consistently drunk and did nothing to prevent landings at a port where yellow fever raged. Infection was taken aboard and 120 died on the voyage. The Irvines had their own cow and its milk plus Grace's nursing did much to save many lives. [S2] 
Family: F986
 
123 On 25 Mar 1858, Peter murdered his wife, Agnes, their children John, Agnes, and Peter, and committed suicide by slitting his own throat. His son, William, recovered from wounds inflicted by his father. Family: F3447
 
124 On her marriage certificate, daughter Jane's father is "Martin Clodd, Surgeon". No father is named at her birth, Clodd is her mother's maiden name, and "Martin Cottingham, Surgeon", is the father of her younger brother Martin. [S1] Family: F9670
 
125 On the 1851 census, Marion is described as Concubine. [S3] Family: F16181
 
126 On the 1900 US Census, Letitia has had 2 children, 1 of whom is dead. [S1] Family: F13550
 
127 Peter was in the navy when Alice died so her mother looked after the children. [S1] Family: F15114
 
128 Possible spouse. [S3] Family: F4426
 
129 Records suggest that Delphine was adopted by Reuben in Mar 1949. [S1] Family: F16127
 
130 Relationship of offspring not confirmed but DNA matches show it is close Family: F40712
 
131 Richard is likely to be her son. [S1] Family: F3420
 
132 SC 12/6/1857/38 Summons of aliment (for 2.10s. per annum for an illegitimate female child b. c. 01:10:1851.) 07:08:1857
Pursuer : Isabella Scott, Reeskaness, Walls.
Defender : Thomas Twatt, Stapness, Walls. 
Family: F32114
 
133 SC 12/6/1898/ Petition (for 2.2s., and 4 per annum aliment for an illegitimate male child b. 27:09:1896, and damages of 50 for breach of promise, and 120 for seduction). 17:01:1898
Pursuer : Mary Christie, spinster, Westerwick, Sandsting.
Defender : Peter Peterson, seaman, Wester Skeld, Sandsting. 
Family: F22283
 
134 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F199
 
135 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F1
 
136 Separated but never divorced Family: F9163
 
137 Separated by 1920 when Agnes is living with Harry and calling herself Nowell. [S1] Family: F14896
 
138 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F2
 
139 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F4764
 
140 The 4 children listed are with Barbara in 1841. Their parentage is not confirmed. [S1] Family: F5825
 
141 The children are connected but their parents are not confirmed in all cases. [S1] Family: F3345
 
142 The Commissariot Record of St. Andrews.
Register of Testaments, 1549-1800.
County: Fife
Country: Scotland
Ireland, Alexander, in Sanderiggs 28 Jan 1591-2 
Family: F181
 
143 The full address of the place of birth is rarely included on census forms and to find this address was especially interesting because I lived at 44 Arlington Road from 1967-9. [S1] Family: F6183
 
144 There were children. [S2] Family: F5121
 
145 They are together in 1871 and had at least 8 children - she is described as his Paramour in 1891. Family: F13762
 
146 They had a child. Family: F3391
 
147 They had a child. [S35] Family: F3399
 
148 They had several children. [S3] Family: F8528
 
149 They have great grandchildren Family: F3389
 
150 They have great grandchildren. [S35] Family: F3393
 

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