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1151 daughter of John Torrance, farmer, and Jean Frame Marion Torrance
1152 "Previously reported missing, June 3, 1940, now presumed to have given his life while saving 36 French Officers and men from Dunkirk." William Bernard Lyulph Tower
1153 Need to confirm which children are from which wife. [S1] George Alfred Treadway
1154 Could be son of first marriage. [S1] Thomas Northmore Treadway
1155 Based in Malta, the "HMS Defence" accompanied "HMS Lord Clyde" back to the UK in 1871. The latter was in need of structural repairs. [S1] Richard Henry Trigger
1156 Anna was known as the Scottish Lady and lived a strange life. In 1560, while the family lived in Denmark, she met James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell, the Scottish admiral traveling through Eruope. They were soon engaged, she collected her dowry (a large one) and went with him to Holland. He had sworn his sincerity and faithfulnes, promising her parents they would be married in Holland and live happily ever after. In Holland he
squandered her money and then abandoned her. It is not known if they ever married. Later she went to Scotland to find him but they were not reunited.
She spent considerable time in the service of Queen Mary Stuart and those two got along very well. Bothwell, meanwhile, had further troubles. He married Lady Jane Gordon and divorced her a year later so he could marry Queen Mary Stuart herself, in 1567. Shortly after that the Queen was imprisoned and Bothwell fled to Orkney, then Shetland. His pursuers were still after him and he was able to get across the North Sea and into Norway. He had anchored his two decrepit ships at Karmsund, but a Danish warship had seen the suspicious looking vessels. They found the "captain" to be without proper papers and without passport so they took Bothwell and his ships into Bergen. The court system conducted a hearing to decide what to do with him. Anna knew of this meeting and also attended, making some demands. Bothwell promised her a yearly allowance plus one of his ships. She got one ship but nothing more, for all her wasted dowry. Bothwell was sent to Denmark where he spent many years in prison before he died. Anna never remarried. She inheried part ownership in the Helvik farm, which her father had owned. [S3] 
Anna Tronds
1157 Enno became an adventurer like his father but was unreliable and a liar. As a very young man he went as a mercenary soldier to Spain, Hungary, England, Scotland. Tired of that, he went in 1566 to King Erik of Sweden and offered his services here. He convinced the king that Norwegians were dissatisfied with the Danish rule over them and would prefer to be under Sweden instead, also that Sweden should attack Norway and take over.
While in Sweden, Enno then robbed Gripsholm castle and escaped to Germany where he soon committed murder and other crimes, resulting in his execution in 1578. [S3] 
Enno Tronds
1158 It is thought that Laurence and Henry are brothers, as in 1841 Henderson son of Laurence and Robina daughter of Henry are living together with Margery, sister of Henderson. Also both Laurence and Henry both had daughters Henderson. [S3]
?? Tulloch
1159 Barbara Tulloch was reknowned for her wisdom and of an education above the ordinary, as she could name the constellations. [S3] Barbara TULLOCH
1160 David did not have a knighthood. In the article below, there are two clergy with the title "sir", and one with the title "master"; and a perusal of the Oxford English Dictionary shows that an archaic use of an honorific "sir" is for clergy who have not been to university, whereas those designated 'master" have.

'Shetland Documents 1159-1579' edited by Brian Smith and John Ballantyne.

Kirkwau, 31 January 1480-1
Disposition by James Cragy, youngest son and an heir of the deceased Jhone Cragy, to Williame Cragy, lawman of Orknay, his eldest brother german, of all and sindry herytabill landis concernyng my part of herytage, wonnyn or for to be wonnyn within the bowndis of Orknay and Schetland, for #20 Scots. James procures the seals of right honourable and worshipful men: master James Kynnaird, archdeacon of Orknay and parson of Cannasby, and Thomas Inglis, justice of the said land and fowde of Schetland. James appends his own seal.
Witnesses: sir Jhone Mcgy, parson of Ronaldsay, sir David Tullach, vicar of Nortmaueth, Johne Peyrsoune, Criste Cragy, Mawnus Flet and Sande Clerk, with divers others.

Source: SRO, RH.6/492b. Printed in OSR, no. 32.


David Tulloch
1161 Need to confirm that James was the son of these parents. [S3] James Tulloch
1162 Uden when he married Harriett, Euden when she married James Henry Smith John Uden
1163 Changed his name to his stepfather's of Cordwell during WWI to remove himself from a German name. William James Uhrmacher
1164 Cremated: Jul 2007 Martin Vallee
1165 Address: 79 Meersbrook Park Road, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England Edward Brookes Varney
1166 Called herself Baroness Erisso Eva Hermine von Sacher-Masoch
1167 Married a second time with no issue Friedrich Hermann von Schönberg, 1st Duke of Schomberg
1168 Frank drowned when he fell from the ocean liner "SS Paris". The death was eventually ruled as accidental after considerable media speculation as to the cause. Frank Permain VOSPER
1169 Frank Permain VOSPER
1170 Address: Myrtle Grove, Cottage Lane, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England James Lambert Wade
1171 Birth registered as Clara Wallace. [S1] Clara Wallis
1172 Birth registered as Edward Argles Wallace.
Marriage registered as Edward Wallace Argles. [S1] 
Edward Argles Wallis
1173 Birth registered as George Argles Wallis. [S1] George Argles Wallis
1174 Birth registered as Rose Wallace.
Marriage registered as Rosa Wallace Argles. [S1] 
Rose Wallis
1175 Birth registered as William Argles Wallis.
Marriage registered as William Thomas Argles. [S1] 
William Thomas Argles Wallis
1176 Birth registered as Woodfield Henry A Wallace.
Marriage registered as Woodfield H Argles. [S1] 
Woodfield Henry Argles Wallis
1177 Daughter of Joshua, Farmer, and Jane Walsh Jane Walsh
1178 Need to confirm that this is the Margaret who married both/either John Davidson and Robert Mouat. [S3] Margaret WALTERSDAUGHTER
1179 SC 12/6/1879/30 Petition for aliment (for £2 inlying expenses for a female illegitimate child, named Christina Mure, b. 26:10:1876, and £1 stg. per quarter aliment). c. 20:05:1879
Pursuer : Barbara Mure or Robertson, wife of Thomas Fraser, fisherman, res. at Thistles in Walls.
Defender : Thomas Walterson, seaman, res. at Stapness in Walls.
Christina Walterson
1180 Never married. Lived with her widowed sister Ivy in Leigh, Kent, England. [S116] Daisy Walton
1181 Mary's birth was registered in Birkenhead at the same time as Leah's death. She is also with young Leah at their grandparents' in 1891, so she is likely to be her sister. [S1] Mary Ellen Warburton
1182 Need to check surname Waterfield. [S1] Sophia Waterfield
1183 Emigrated to California, USA - no children. [S2] Ann McIntyre WATSON
1184 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
1185 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
1186 Husband could be George Henry W Elwell. [S1] Amy Plunkett Wattsford
1187 [S2] has Marmaduke Westall of Whitby.
Marmaduke Weatherall
1188 [S2] has Mary Ann Westall, born c1784 in England, daughter of Marmaduke Westall of Whitby. Mary Ann Weatherall
1189 Served in WWI as Walter George Webb and Walter George Harris. Died of wounds. Walter George Webb
1190 Address: 10 Hawthorne Avenue, Kenton, Middlesex, England William Newcombe Webster
1191 The marriage of a James Wells to either Harriet Seal(e) or Harriet Card was registered in Sevenoaks in the 4th quarter of 1856. [S1] James Wells
1192 Will dated 2 Oct 1855 - Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen. [S88] John Whisler
1193 Will dated 14 Nov 1738 - Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen. [S88] William Whisler
1194 The marriage of a Gertrude Whitcombe was registered in the Isle of Wight in the third quarter of 1894. [S1] Gertrude Whitcombe
1195 The marriage of a Grace Whitcombe was registered in the Isle of Wight in the second quarter of 1903. [S1]
Grace Whitcombe
1196 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
1197 Unmarried. [S2] James WHITE
1198 Mentioned in her grandfather Thomas Style's will. Mary WHITE
1199 baptised as Mary Smeaton Philp White Mary Smeaton Low WHITE
1200 Mentioned in her grandfather Thomas Style's will. Winifred WHITE

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