The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison

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1101 In the First World War, he enlisted at Paisley, Renfrewshire, in the 6th (Perthshire) Battalion (Territorial Force) of the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), as Private 267848, and is commemorated in Bay 6 of the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France, which commemorates almost 35,000 servicemen from the United Kingdom, South Africa and New Zealand who died in the Arras sector between the spring of 1916 and 7 August 1918, the eve of the Advance to Victory, and have no known grave. [S100] Adam Russell STRUTHERS
 
1102 Registered at Brighton, Tasmania, Australia James STRUTHERS
 
1103 Killed in WWI James Reid Struthers
 
1104 Address: 39 Manor Way, Croydon, Surrey, England John STRUTHERS, MBE
 
1105 Interstitial nephritis accelerated by toxic absorption from bedsores caused by his confinement to bed through injuries received when he was knocked down by a motor van when crossing the road. Post Mortem: Misadventure. John STRUTHERS, MBE
 
1106 Address: 9 Hazlewood Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland Mary Struthers
 
1107 Also at Todcastle in 1841 are:
James Struthers - b Lanarks c1796
Isabell McIntyre - b Scotland c1826 - Servant
Margaret Semple - b Lanarks c1826 - Servant
John Fleming - b Lanarks c1826 - Agricultural Labourer
[S1]
 
William STRUTHERS
 
1108 Also in the house in 1901 is Edith E Stubbs aged 8 and born in Nottinghamshire. Described as Vane's sister-in-law. [S1] Ada Cecilia Stubbs
 
1109 STUBBS, ARTHUR, Esq., of Sherwood Rise, Nottinghamshire; and of Wigwll Grange, Derbyshire.
Eldest son of the Rev. Jonathan Kirk Stubbs, M.A., Vicar of Harwood, co. Lancaster, who d. 1867, by Alice, dau. of the late Charles Mold, Esq., of Makeney House, co. Derby; b. 1840; m 1st 1866 Frances Cecilia, dau. of the late William Henry Goodwin, Esq., of Wigwell Grange; 2nd 1887 Emma, widow of the late Henry Lancaster Bellairs, Esq. (she d. 1892), and has, with other issue, Arthur Goodwin, b 1871. Mr. Stubbs s. to Wigwell (jure uxoris) on the death of Mr. W. H. Goodwin in 1877, under the will of Capt. Francis Green Goodwin, J.P. and D.L. - Sherwood Rise, Nottingham.
[The County Families of the United Kingdom, pages 989-990] 
Arthur Stubbs
 
1110 Address: Great Knell Farm, Ash, Sandwich, Kent, England Harriet Stupples
 
1111 Illegitimate but registered by both parents. William STURROCK
 
1112 Mentioned in her brother's will.  Ibbot STYLE
 
1113 Mentioned in her father's will. Margaret STYLE
 
1114 Mentioned in her father's will. Mary STYLE
 
1115 George became a JP in South Australia and family events were announced in the columns of his local papers including the death of his father and some of his siblings back in England. [S1] George STYLES
 
1116 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1117 Fostered by a Jeromson family in North Roe, Northmavine, when he was known as Edwin Jeromson. He reverted back to his original name when he moved back to Lerwick. [S3] Magnus Malcolm Sutherland
 
1118 Daughter of Sutherland of Forss. [S2] Margaret Sutherland
 
1119 Suicide by hanging Margaret Sutherland
 
1120 1940: Changed name to Harry George Spencer. Harry George Spencer SWIRCZYNSKI
 
1121 By 1920 Herbert has changed his surname to Spencer. [S1} Herbert Leopold SWIRCZYNSKI
 
1122 1940: Changed name to Stanley Spencer Stanley Spencer SWIRCZYNSKI
 
1123 The God of Paul's Fathers. A sermon. 1813.
The Dismission, Rest, and Future Glory of the Good and Faithful Servant. A sermon preached on the death of the Rev. Archibald Mason, D.D. 1832.
The Blood of Faithful Martyrs precious in the sight of the Lord. A sermon. 1834.
The Child Jesus. A sermon. 1839.
Private Social Prayer. A sermon. 1840.
Death Swallowed up in Victory; a sermon preached on the death of the Rev. William Goold, senior minister of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation, Edinburgh. Published by request. Third edition. Edinburgh, 1844.
The Martyr's Monument. A Brief View of the Principles and character of the Scottish martyrs. Paisley, 1847.
On Intemperance. A sermon.
Guide to Private Social Prayer.
Essay on the Unity of the Heavenly State.
Tract on the Sabbath.
Lecture on the Claims of the Church and Society on Young Men. Glasgow, 1850.
Memoir of the Rev. Thomas Halliday, Airdrie, Prefixed to his Discourses.
Elements of Divine Truth. A series of Lectures on Christian Theology to Sabbath School Teachers. 8vo. Edinburgh. 1854. Posthumous. 
Andrew Symington
 
1124 Author of "Harebell Chimes", a volume of poetry, London, 1848; "Genevieve, and other poems", printed for private circulation; "The Beautiful in Nature, Art, and Life", 2 vols. Crown 8vo. London, 1857; and "Pen and Pencil Sketches of Faroe and Iceland", London, 1862 Andrew James Symington
 
1125 Address: Pixies Holt, Shutta, Looe, Cornwall, England Beatrice Gertrude Susie Symington
 
1126 Address: 32 Taylor's Lane, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Catherine Symington
 
1127 Address: 1 Churchill Crescent, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland Malcolm Bell Symington
 
1128 Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership between us the undersigned, carried on at 42, Bath-street, Leamington Spa, under the style of Gold and Symington, as Clothiers and Outfitters, has this day been dissolved. All debts owing by the firm will be paid by Robert Symington Gold, and all debts owing to the firm will be received by Sam Symington at the above address. - Dated the 11th April, 1888.
Robert Symington Gold
Sam Symington
[The London Gazette, May 11, 1888.]
 
Sam SYMINGTON
 
1129 Address: Pixies Holt, Dartmeet, Princetown, Devon, England William Weldon Symington
 
1130 Address: 43 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England John Lionel Taddy
 
1131 On the ancestry.co.uk transcription: in 1901, Emily, Robert, Henry, Florence and James are listed in Glasgow as the children of John Melrose - Carriage Hires Foreman aged 49 born 1851 in Glenholm, Peebleshire. He also has a son William Melrose - aged 4 born Drymen, Stirlingshire.
Widowed in 1895, it looks as though Annie remarried. [S1]  
Annie Tait
 
1132 Shetland Historian who left her special collection of documents to the County Library. [S2] Georgie Reid TAIT
 
1133 May have been the daughter of Laurence Tarrell and Elizabeth Neven. Martha Tarrell
 
1134 Twin Alfred Taylor
 
1135 In 1901 Census. Arthur was married to Susannah Taylor both aged 34,living in Sydenham with 2 children, Nellie D.Taylor aged 10 born at New in Kent and Percy E.Taylor aged 4 and born at Forest Hill. [S75] Arthur Edward Taylor
 
1136 Twin Beatrice Taylor
 
1137 Involved with the Dance Examinations Board. [S1] Cecil Herbert Taylor
 
1138 Married on 6 Dec 1980 in Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, USA; divorced in 1995; one daughter Stephen James TAYLOR
 
1139 1901 Census shows Thomas wed to Jane A.Taylor b N.Kensington and aged 38. 2 children, Thomas G.Taylor aged 7 b 1894 N.Kensington and Jennie Taylor aged 2 b 1899 in Hammersmith. [S75] Thomas Horatio Taylor
 
1140 In the Gifford rental of 1716, Gilbert Teit of Bigton, Strand owned and paid skat on the whole 14 merks of the run of Bigton, Strand; 2 merks of Taft, Strand; and 3? merks in Overland, Strand. In the teind book of Fetlar 1732-35 he is mentioned as Gilbert Teit of Bigton. He is said to have had some brothers and tradition credits him with a large family. Gilbert Teit
 
1141 Landed at Hastings in 1693: "flying from France for the sake of religion. I was well received by the gentlemen of that place." [S2] Thomas Thomas
 
1142 Died during Napoleonic Wars William THOMASON
 
1143 Heart attack, whilst playing squash William Ingram THOMASON
 
1144 May well be the daughter of Thomas Cornelius, and have been baptised on 10 July 1752 in Weester Skeld, Sandsting. [S3] Janet Thomson
 
1145 Mother's death registered in March 1876, baby's birth and death both registered in September 1876. [S1] Alice Louisa TILBURY
 
1146 Death notice includes a family: John, Lesley, Dan and Matt Gerald Tilbury
 
1147 Address: Valetta, Kents Road, Torquay, Devon, England John Cottingham TINGEY
 
1148 Daughter of John Tither, Engineer Mary Tither
 
1149 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
1150 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 

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