The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison

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1051 William Sinclair, of Underhoull, had a Charter under the Great Seal as one of the heirs of his father of 57 merks land including Busta and Weathersta, in the parish of Delting; 32 in Nesting; 21 in Whalsay; 44 merks in Yell; 241, including Underhoull and Uyea, in Unst; 5 in Fetlar; 2 in Bressay; 3 in Aithsting; 6 in Burra; 37 in Whiteness; 48 in Sandsting; and 6 in Dunrossness; totalling 504 merks, on 5th March 1578.
As Deputy of Cultmalindie he is charged, together with his nephew Robert of Ness, in 1575 with oppressing the inhabitants of the Isles of Yell and Unst, and 15th February of that year he was ordained to find caution and lawburrows to the parishioners of Unst in the presence of Bartholomew Strang of Voesgarth; William Lauder, Vicar of Yell; Andrew Hawick of Scatsta; and John Denoon, Vicar of Delting. On 7th February 1579 he granted a charter to his eldest son Francis of the lands which belonged to his late father Olave Sinclair of Brew. 
William Sinclair
 
1052 Died as a prisoner of war William Slater
 
1053 Address: 50 Wolverhampton Road, Stafford, Staffordshire, England David Thomas Slinn
 
1054 begotten in antenuptial fornication David SMEATON
 
1055 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1056 Death record shows that Catherine was married to Oliver Smith, parents William Smith and Janet Smith m.s. Smith. The marriage record of her son John shows his parents as Laurence Smith and Catherine Smith. [S3] Catherine Smith
 
1057 Changed his name by deed poll to Jardine-Smith. Edwin Charles Smith
 
1058 Need to confirm that this is the correct Marion. [S3] Marion Smith
 
1059 Likely to be Mary Smith who was born in Houghton c1823 and is working as a Cook in Hallaton High Street in 1851. Her marriage and that of a Thomas Barnett were both registered in Billesdon in the 2nd quarter of 1851. [S1] Mary Smith
 
1060 Legend has it that Ollah as a child was a castaway in a boat from Burra Isle and landed at the West Banks. He was rescued from there and brought up by a Smith family in Pickrigarth and given their surname. [S3] Ollah Smith
 
1061 Twin Sarah Smith
 
1062 Twin Susannah Smith
 
1063 Address: Byward Tower, Tower of London, London EC3, England Alexander Smoker
 
1064 Bertie's body was discovered 14 July 1924 in the sea in Lerwick Harbour, between the curing station at Maryfield and Leraness. He had gone to the line fishing in a haddock boat by himself. [S3] Bertie Soanes
 
1065 20 May 1679: Seised in Gardie on dispostion of his father. [S3] John Spence
 
1066 John was born in Unst, and joined the haaf fishing when young. He then left for Lerwick to become a shop assistant, and then became a teacher at the Unst Parish School in 1865 and after his marriage he was appointed to the Westing School where he remained for 9 years. In 1876 he was in charge of the Public School at Vassa, teaching there for 28 years. In 1884, the Educational Institute for Scotland conferred on him the degree of Fellow in recognition of his good work. He retired in 1903, but continued to supply where necessary in all districts of Shetland. He resided with his family at Fogralea Cottage, Lerwick.
Source:
Sons and Daughters of Shetland 1800-1900 by Margaret Stuart Robertson (1991), Shetland Publishing Co. Lerwick.
[S3] 
John Spence
 
1067 Died in childhood Eliza SPENCER
 
1068 Buried with his mother  John SPENCER
 
1069 Died in childhood Thomas SPENCER
 
1070 William Joseph S Ball William Joseph SPENCER
 
1071 William is said to have been press-ganged during the Napoleonic Wars returning to his family 16 years later "and was forgiven". He is also said to have been ignorant of William's birth until the latter was an adult. [S1]
 
William Spriggs
 
1072 Writing his will in 1850, William named "my natural son William Spriggs of Dale, Pembrokeshire" as his only heir. William Spriggs
 
1073 In 1861, Mary is listed with the family in Burslem, Staffs, but is also crossed out. She is married so is, presumably, elsewhere under her married name. [S1] Mary Sproston
 
1074 A Stephen William Stable was born in 1788 in Soho St Anne, Mddx, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Stable.
A Stephen William Stable died in 1837 in Poplar, Mddx. [S1] 
Stephen William ? Stable
 
1075 Simeon may have remarried in 1849. [S184] Simeon Stamford
 
1076 Ivon Standish served with the last New Zealand Contingent sent to South Africa in 1902. He then became a regular soldier, representing New Zealand at the 1911 coronation in London. He served with the NZ Field Artillery throughout WWI, commanding a battery at Gallipoli and commanding at brigade level 1916-1918. After the war he held a series of appointments culminating in Officer Commanding, Central Military District, Buckle Street, Wellington in 1935-38. He retired in 1945. Ivon Tatham Standish, CMG DSO RNZA
 
1077 Arrived in Fremantle WA per "Asturias" on 11 Mar 1909 with sons Arthur Fairbank Tennant and George Thomas Standring. Arthur (Snr) departed Fremantle for London per "Orsova" on 2 Aug 1910. Arthur and Pauline arrived Fremantle per "Megantice" on 13 Feb 1920. At some stage Arthur was employed at Listers Silk Factory, Coventry and it is thought the family lived for a time at Wolverhampton. May have been manager of silk factory at Nuneaton. Arthur Tennant Standring
 
1078 May have gone to the USA. [S8] James Hartley Standring
 
1079 Said to have been taken by the Press Gang. [S8] John Standring
 
1080 Westleton
Benjamin Edwards aged 27, and James Strowger aged 26 Executed at Ipswich on Saturday August 18th 1832 for feloniously setting fire to an Outhouse, Stable, Barn and other Buildings in the occupation of Mr Adolphus Stanford, Westleton on the night of 30th April last. The culprits were inhabitants of Westleton - Strowger was a single man - but Edwards left a wife and 2 children. The shed, barn and lean to stables and piggeries, about 60 combs of wheat, a riding mare and implements were destroyed.
Southwold Diary of James Maggs, 1818-1876 
Adolphus Stanford
 
1081 At school with Henry Read Stanford so could be his brother. [S1] Thomas Davy Stanford
 
1082 Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen Andrew Struthers STEELE
 
1083 There is no evidence to show that John Stephenson was related to George and Robert Stephenson, the railway engineers, although his brother-in-law, Isaac Dodds, worked with them. [S1] John Stephenson
 
1084 Address: 16 Shellons Street, Folkestone, Kent, England Millicent Mary Stephenson-Peach
 
1085 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1086 Married. [S36] Doris Stewart
 
1087 Quartermaster, Merchant Navy, s.s. Crichtown, lost at sea through the sinking of his ship by torpedo Gilbert Stewart
 
1088 "Father deceased" at William's baptism John Stewart
 
1089 Baptised as John Marnham Stewart John Marnam Stewart
 
1090 http://www.bancroftians.net/cgi-bin/bancms3.pl?dn=centstilesaj Arthur James STILES
 
1091 The death of a George Stiles aged 73 was registered in Eton, Buckinghamshire, in Mar 1866. [S1] George STILES
 
1092 William FREE (senior) is named and Elizabeth FREE (senior) and their children William (junior) and Elizabeth (junior) are beneficiaries in the will of Katherine STONE, widow of Princes Risborough of 16 April 1726 (Ref. Bucks CRO AYL DA/WE 62/48) Interred 24 May 1742 at Princes Risborough, the wife of William of Loosely Row. [S56] Elizabeth STONE
 
1093 Could be Emma Storey who married in Norwich in the last quarter of 1850, as did a William Arthurton. [S1] Emma Storey
 
1094 Dowager Baroness The Right Honourable Erica Violet Lindsay of Birker Erica Violet Storr
 
1095 Renowned Regency silversmith - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Storr Paul Storr
 
1096 Need to confirm that Elizabeth married twice. Elizabeth Stout
 
1097 1804 Meal records at Setter 8 shares. James Stout
 
1098 As a widow, was sheltered and partly supported by her husband's aunt Mary White. [S2] Mary Dall Strachan
 
1099 Ref No: D10/20/1
Title: Instrument, 4 March 1565-6, relating that Jonet Strang, relict of Laurence Sinclair, burgess of Kirkwall ... Description 'for the singulair favour, luif and effectioun, humanite and gratitude schawin and doun to the said Jonet be hir sone Arthuir Sinclair in tyme bigaine, and for continuatioun and perseverance of that luf, favour and effectioun to be betuix the said Jonet and hir sone Arthuir in tyme cumyng, ay and quhill deid thame depart: and in respect that the said Arthuir sall nocht contract matrymony with ony woman by the said Jonet his motheris consent and consell, thairffor the said Jonet, movit of gud mynd and speciall intentioun, of hir awin fre will, uncoackit, unperswadit, uncompellit or seducit, hes frelie ourgevin to the said Arthuir, eftir hir deces, the tent penny and the ferd of all hir gudis, gold, silver and geir, movebill and immovebill, scho hes or may have, swa that the said Arthuir be trew and faithfull to the said Jonet his mother, and use hir consell in all ressonable effaris as becumis, and ask and obtein hir consell and consent or he contract the band of matrimony, failyeand heirof (as God forbid) this present gift gevin be the said Jonet to expyir in the self; provyding allways gif it sall happin the said Arthuir to deces affoir the said Jonet, his mother, nocht havand successioun lawchfullie gottin of his awin body, in that cace the said Arthuir, of na les zeill, favour and effectioun movit towart the said Jonet, his mother, hes maid hir assignay to all rycht, propirte, clame and arschipe that the said Arthuir may aire or arit eftir his father Laurence Sinclair, and the said Jonet to posses, rejos and bruk the samin all the days of hir lyif, returnand to the airis gottin betwixt the said Laurence and Jonet eftir the said Jonettis deces'
Date: 1565-1566
Physical Description: No physical conditions affecting use.
Language: Scots
Notes: [Janet Strang, Arthur Sinclair]
Extent: 1 item
 
Janet Strang
 
1100 He was killed in May 1950 in a flying accident whilst stationed at Manston, Kent, whilst out testing a Vampire jet when it blew up over Istres in France.
http://en.ww2awards.com/person/46304 
William Makepeace Strathern, DFC
 

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