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1001 Schomberg, John Duff, "The Theocratic Philosophy of English History: Being an Attempt to Impress upon History its True Genius and Real Character; and to Present it, Not as a Disjointed Series of Facts, but as One Grand Whole" (London: Whittaker, 1842). John Duff Schomberg
 
1002 1668: Naturalised a French subject
3 Mar 1692: created Baron of Tarragh, Earl of Bangor, and Duke of Leinster
Oct 1693: Duke of Schomberg on death of his younger brother 
Meinhardt Schomberg, 3rd Duke of Schomberg
 
1003 "The name is sometimes spelt Schamberg, eldest son of a Jewish practitioner of medicine whose original name seems to have been Lw, changed later for Schomberg"
http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Page:Dictionary_of_National_Biography_volume_50.djvu/448 
Meyer Lw Schomberg
 
1004 Other sources say that he was the son of David Dietrich Schomberg and Elizabeth Lw.  Meyer Lw Schomberg
 
1005 Died "before he had attained the age of manhood" Wilhelm Schomberg
 
1006 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1007 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1008 Death record gives mother's name as Catherine Davidson. [S3] John Scollay
 
1009 1719 Scollay Robert, master Account with Charles Mitchell, writer in Edinburgh SC.12/53/1 555

1720 Scollay Robert, master of the ship Margaret of Lerwick Bond to him by Magnus Henderson of Gardie SC.12/53/1 726

1724 Scollay Robert Protest against Jacob Tait SC.12/53/1 640

1726 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Protest against Frances Wilson SC.12/53/1 725

1726 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Bond to him by Magnus Henderson of Gardie SC.12/53/1 727

1727 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Receipt to John Gifford, stewart clerk of Shetland SC.12/53/1 728

1728 Scollay Robert Protest against James Sutherland, merchant in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 8

1728 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Heritable bond to him by Andrew Dick of Wormadale SC.12/53/2 40

1729 Scollay Robert Protest against William Bruce, merchant in Unst SC.12/53/2 57

1729 Scollay Robert Protest against John Laurence Stewart of Bigton SC.12/53/2 58

1729 Scollay Robert Protest against John Maclean, sailor in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 58

1729 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Receipt to John Gifford, stewart clerk of Shetland SC.12/53/2 49

1729 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Protest against James Mitchell of Girlsta SC.12/53/2 31

1729 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Protest against John Kelday, merchant in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 31

1729 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Protest against Rev. John Scollay, minister in Stronsay SC.12/53/2 32

1731 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Vendition to him by Magnus Henderson of Gardie, of his shares in the vessel Margaret SC.12/53/2 91

1731 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Receipt to John Gifford, stewart clerk of Shetland, anent sale of shares in in the vessel Margaret SC.12/53/2 92

1733 Scollay Mr Missive letter to him by Magnus Henderson of Gardie SC.12/53/2 215

1733 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Protest against Alexander Innes SC.12/53/2 167

1734 Scollay Robert Bill to John Sinclair SC.12/53/2 199

1734 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Factory to him by Robert Barclay, merchant in Hamburg SC.12/53/2 184

1734 Scollay Robert, shipmaster in Lerwick Protest against William Scollay, shipmaster in Stronsay SC.12/53/2 170

1735 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against James Kelday and William Gregorie, merchants in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 199

1736 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against William McKinlay. SC.12/53/2 210

1736 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against William Matheson, merchant in Shetland SC.12/53/2 211

1737 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against Laurence Tarrell, merchant in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 223

1737 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against Robert Sinclair of Quendale SC.12/53/2 230

1738 Scollay Robert Protest against William Mason, shipmaster in Dunrossness SC.12/53/2 238

1739 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against Patrick Cheyne of Tangwick SC.12/53/2 254

1739 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against Alexander Elgin, chapman in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 257

1740 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against Robert Sinclair of House SC.12/53/2 263

1740 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Protest against James Anderson, merchant in Lerwick SC.12/53/2 263

1749 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick Disposition and assignation to Arthur Scollay, his eldest son, and Samuel Scollay, his youngest son SC.12/53/3 7 
Robert Scollay
 
1010 SC 12/6/1808/4 Summons. 18:01:1808
Pursuers : Robert Scollay and Co., late merchants in Lerwick.
Defender : Janet Jameson, spouse of Nicol Peterson, sometime in Westerskeld, now in Clousta in Aithsting.
Items : 4
799

SC.12/53/7 185
1795 Scollay Robert, Garth Missive tack to Magnus Anderson, of part of Samphra Isle

SC.12/53/7 145
1804 Scollay Robert, merchant, Delting Commission and factory to him by James Robertson, Pall Mall, Middlesex

SC.12/53/7 161
1805 Scollay Robert, Lerwick Missive letter to Magnus Burn, merchant, Lerwick

SC.12/53/8 190
1817 Scollay Robert in Lerwick Disposition to Thomas Bolt of Crouster and others.

SC.12/53/10 31
1819 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick, deceased, trustees of Heritable bond to them by James Gardner, tacksman at Gossburgh.

SC.12/53/10 24
1820 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick, deceased, trustees of Disposition in security to them by John Ross, merchant in Lerwick.

SC.12/53/11 30
1834 Scollay Robert, merchant in Lerwick, deceased, trustees of Bond to them by Thomas Gifford of Hillswick and Samel Henry, writer in Lerwick 
Robert Scollay
 
1011 1725 Scollay Samuel Protest against him by Charles Neven of Windhouse SC.12/53/1 701

1749 Scollay Samuel, youngest son of Robert Scollay, merchant in Lerwick Disposition and assignation to him by Robert Scollay, merchant in Lerwick SC.12/53/3 7

1768 Scollay Samuel, factor on the sequestrate estate of Frackafield Missive letter to him by John Bruce Stewart of Symbister SC.12/53/4 49

SC 12/6/1771/2 Process of confirmation for Mrs Margaret Bruce, relict spouse of
dec. Samuel Scollay, merchant in Lerwick. (COM) 19:11:1771
Items : 2
4376 
Samuel Scollay
 
1012 The death of a Mary Channer was registered in Wycombe in the first quarter of 1859. [S1] Mary Scot
 
1013 Esther & George have grandsons with them in 1851: James Cheetham born 1830 in Eccleston and Joseph Seddon born 1835 in Eccleston. This would indicate that Sedden was not her maiden name. [S1] Esther Sedden
 
1014 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Selkirk Alexander Selcraig
 
1015 17 Apr 1787: Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Argyllshire Ann Lamont Seton
 
1016 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1017 In 1881, there are two William Seymours listed: one at the bottom of one page and one at the top of the next. Both are sons. [S1] William Seymour
 
1018 The Capel children are with the Shannons in 1891 - see I147332. The parentage of Joseph and Luciana needs to be confirmed. [S1] Henry Shannon
 
1019 Could be the son of Arthur William Capel. [S1] Joseph Shannon
 
1020 Could be the daughter of Arthur William Capel. [S1] Luciana Shannon
 
1021 Address: Steer Cottage, Ascot, Berkshire Francis John Parlane SHAW
 
1022 Born Rose Douglas Shepherd but is one of five nurse children with Rosina Silvester in 1891. She took the name Silvester and was with Rosina as her "niece" in 1901 and 1911. Rose Douglas Shepherd
 
1023 Need to confirm that it was this Agnes who married Andrew Work, as his name is not on her death record. [S3] Agnes Shewan
 
1024 Need to confirm relationship to 2nd Baron. [S1] Charles John Shore, 3rd Baron Teignmouth
 
1025 Created Baron Teignmouth in the Peerage of Ireland in 1798. John Shore, 1st Baron Teignmouth
 
1026 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1027 Blind in 1861. [S2] Elizabeth SIMPSON
 
1028 Also died at Hamnavoe:
Katherine Simpson 1749 - 13.12.1805 about 60yrs
Grizel Simpson 1755 - 1.03.1815 about 60yrs
[S3] 
Robert Simpson
 
1029 His mother's will mentions her son Charles Edward who was "buried in Tavistock". However, the 1881 census and death certificate have him as Edward Harold. [S1] Edward Harold SIMS
 
1030 Adam Sinclair of Brew was charged with the murder of his uncle Matthew Sinclair of Ness, and on 23rd August 1602, he was found guilty by the Assize. However his sentence was not carried out, and he appears to have continued to possess his lands. On 6th June 1597, he is ordained by the Privy Council to find caution to the extent of 1000, for good rule within the same. Further on 1st October 1611, he is charged with others before the sain Council, with having as a servant of the Earl of Orkney, committed all kind of iniquity and wickedness, and was denounced a rebel. [S3] Adam Sinclair
 
1031 Succeeded his uncle Henry Sinclair in the lands of Toft, had a charter from William Neven of Windhouse of 10 merks land in Toften in Laxo, in 1695. [S3] Edward Sinclair
 
1032 Disponed her 4 merks of Swenester ot John Scott of Melby on 20 Nov 1802. Not sure on ancestry of Elizabeth although Francis Grant makes mention of it in his book. [S3] Elizabeth Sinclair
 
1033 Fell off a ladder whilst returning to the ship, the "Hyundai Independence", a container ship, on which he was a crew member. The accident happened while the ship was berthed in Long Beach, Florida, USA. [S3] Grant SINCLAIR
 
1034 SC 12/6/1871/03 Summons (for 30 stg. aliment - the pursuer living separately through cause of infidelity.) 11:01:1871
Pursuer : Hannah Mary Sinclair or Jameson, Lerwick, wife of Magnus Jamieson, merchant, Lerwick.
Defender : Said Magnus Jamieson.
Items : 8 
Hannah May Sinclair
 
1035 Had a son John Sinclair who was father to Henry Sinclair whose only surviving daughter Elizabeth Married Thomas Robertson in Crawtown and disponed her 44 merks at Swenester to John Scott of Melby on 20 Nov 1802. [S3] Henry Sinclair
 
1036 1588 Granted a discharge to Laurence Bruce of Cultmalindie for the sum of 200 scots. This was part sum of 1100 of tocher of the latter's daughter. [S3] James Sinclair
 
1037 16 Aug 1602: Found guilty of being art and part in murder of Matthew Sinclair of Ness.
1 Oct 1611: Charged, with others before Privy Council with having been a servant of the Earl.
As he failed to appear he was denounced a rebel.
[S3] 
Laurence Sinclair
 
1038 Death record gives name as Robert Sinclair, son of Oliver Sinclair and Ephia Keith. [S3] Laurence Sinclair
 
1039 Laurence Sinclair in Southahouse who, along with his brother Henry, was a witness to the sasine of his father in the lands of Watsness on 8 Oct 1622.
With brother Henry was witness to sasine of father's Lands of Watsness 8 Oct 1622.
Was probably grandfather of Laurence Sinclair, Portioner of Norby, who with consent of wife Ingagarth Waltersdaughter and eldest son Walter disponed 4 merks of land in Norby to James Mitchel of Girlesta on 27 Sep 1716.
[S3] 
Laurence Sinclair
 
1040 Laurence Sinclair, portioner of Norbie, who with consent of his spouse and Walter Sinclair, his eldest son, disponed 4 merks of his land in Norbie to James Mitchell of Girlsta on 27th September 1716. [S3] Laurence Sinclair
 
1041 March 11, 1546/47 Witness to charter by Iggabrocht Katrinesdaughter to Gilbert Cant of Brocht. [S3] Magnus Sinclair
 
1042 Parent Laurence Sinclair and Katherine Neven or Janet Gifhart. [S3]
 
Marion Sinclair
 
1043 Heiress of Urie, Fetlar. Mary Sinclair
 
1044 Matthew Sinclair of Ness who was murdered on 27th June 1602, by Francis Sinclair of Uyea and Robert Sinclair his brother, both his nephews, John Bruce, servitor to Adam Sinclair of Brew, John Sinclair, son to Laurence Sinclair of Goat, Laurence Sinclair, son to William Sinclair of Ustaness, and John Lindsay, servitor to Robert Sinclair, who were all found guilty of the crime before the Lawting Court at Scalloway on 16th August 1602, and being fugitive therefore, their whole goods, gear, and lands were forfeited. [S3] Matthew Sinclair
 
1045 Murdered Matthew Sinclair
 
1046 Olav Sinclair of Norbie, called father's brother to Laurence Sinclair of Ustaness in a charter by the latter to him on 24th September 1622, of the 4 merks land of Watsness and Swinister in Walls. [S3] Olave Sinclair
 
1047 Olave Sinclair of Havera had been banished from Shetland by Earl Robert Stewart. Olave obtained on 19th September 1539, a respite of the slaughter of John, Earl of Caithness, who fell in the fight with the Orkney and Shetland men at Summersdale in Orkney in 1529. He subsequently held the office of Great Fowde of Zetland, and on 17th July 1762, having failed to account to the crown for the mails and rents of the islands, was ordered by the Privy Council to be put to the horn (be banished) if he does not do so within 20 days. He had a charter from Benedict, William and James Erlingson, sons of the late Erling Williamson, of their merks land in Burraland in Trondra for 54 Zetland gudlings (value unit for wares) in fat guidis dated at the Buyth in Dunrossness, 25th October 1567 and disponed to William Sinclair his brother's son the lands of Tegon and others by charter dated at Stirling 5th March 1578. On one occasion when Hutcheon Macleod of the Lewis invaded Shetland, Olave only managed to escape by leaping off Sumburgh Head and when he landed on a piece of grass in a cleft in a rock, he received no further injury than the loss of an eye. Olave entertained James Hepburn, the Earl of Bothwell, when he fled to Shetland in 1567, after the defeat of Queen Mary at Carberry Hill.

Wassand in Ownst, 11 June 1543
'Excambion between honourable and worthy persons, Olawe Syncler of Hawera "and fold of Zetland", and Gutturn (sic) Enarsone (or Euarsone), with consent of his wife and heirs. Olawe Syncler gives 26 mks., 9d. the mk., in Culzewo in the North parish of Yell. Gutturn Enarsone gives in exchange for this 15 mk. in Girlistaye, 1s. (sic) the mk., 6 mk. in Chylderness, 6d. the mk., and 2 mk. in (Kekeryme?) in the parish of the archdeanery [i.e. Tingwall and Weisdale].
'Olawe Syncler and Gutturn Enarsone each append their seal to the part remaining with the other. Also the seals of discreet persons, sir Andro Hyll, vicar of Ownst and Adam Neweyne, indweller in Dunrosness.
'Witnesses: sir David Farquhar, curat of Ownst, Bernat Graye, Wylyam Graye, underfoldis of Ownst, and James Mowat, indweller in Dunrosness, with others divers.'

The original is not known to exist. The above abstract, by J. Storer Clouston, is in OA, D.23, Notebook 4, p.46. Francis Grant prints the following abstract, presumably of the same document (OSD, SN, 14 October 1893): 'Excambion between Olave Sinclair of Halvera, fowde of Zetland, and Guttorm Erasmusson of certain lands lying within the parish of the Archdeaconry of Zetland, dated 11th June, 1548'.

[S3] 
Olave Sinclair
 
1048 Ustanes, 14 August 1604
Disposition by Robert Sinclair, one of the lawful sons and heirs of the deceased William Synclare of Uyea, to Patrik, earl of Orknay, lord Yetland, of his brother?s part of land, with the lands lying within the isle of Uyea, and whatsoever other lands which he might inherit through the decease of his father, and shall be laid to his brother?s part ?be ane shewnd and devisioun of the same according to the lawis of the countrey?, to be held by Patrik in free blench freme of the immediate superior thereof, for yearly payment of one penny at Whitsunday, if required. Precept of sasin.
Witnesses: Laurence Sinclare, son of William Sinclare of Ustanes, John McKenzie, Androw Marten, servants of Patrik, John Broun, servant of Androw Martene, and Robert Scollay, servant of Ptrik, writer hereof. 
Robert Sinclair
 
1049 Ordained by the Privy Council to find caution for 2000 merks on 30 Jun 1597. [S3] William Sinclair
 
1050 William Sinclair of Ustaness, commander of His Majesty's forces to Zetland, who had a charter from Alexander Douglas of Spynie, of 23-1/2 merks land in Ustaness, on 29th July 1665, which lands he disponed to John Kennedy, younger of Carmucks, on 9th March 1668. [S3] William Sinclair
 

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