The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison


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1201 George Duncan Will
1202 1861 Census: Member of Royal College of Surgeons; Licentiate of Apothecaries Society Joseph Williams
1203 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
1204 Registered his grandfather's death in North Yell in 1872. [S2] Gilbert WILLIAMSON
1205 For more information see:
John Williamson
1206 Illegitimate Magnus William WILLIAMSON
1207 Shetland’s only mass murder occurred in 1858 in Lerwick. Peter Williamson had a shop on Commercial Street, but lived above a different shop at the foot of Fox Lane. On March 25th he murdered his wife and three of his children. One child was injured but survived and another was visiting a neighbour at the time. After the horrendous crime nobody would occupy the house, and it later became a custom house. 
Peter Williamson
1208 1851 Census/Scotland/Shetland/Mid & South Yell/Hamnavoe: Theodore Williamson, head, widower, 63, farmer & fisherman, born Cuppister. Jane Williamson, daughter, unmarried, 41, born Cuppister. Bruce Williamson, daughter, unmarried, 35, born Cuppister. Willa Williamson, daughter, unmarried, 7, born Cuppister (could this be a granddaughter?). Christina Williamson, sister, unmarried, 67, born Cuppister.

Death registration #3/1863/Mid & S Yell/Shetland/Scotland: Theodore Williamson, farmer & fisherman, widower of Catharine Donaldson; died 10 February 1863, No. 1 Hyaricle, Westsandwick; age 80; father - John Williamson, farmer & fisherman; mother - Ann Williamson MS Scollay; informant - William Robert Jack Williamson, son, East Yell.

Theodore Williamson
1209 Changed surname to Lindsey. William Jackson WILLIAMSON
1210 Both James and John had children at Unthank, Avondale, and two of the children married each other. I am assuming that they were closely related even if they weren't brothers. [S1] ?? WILSON
1211 Need to check this is the Elizabeth who married Richard. [S1] Elizabeth Wiltshire
1212 See Donald Winchester
1213 Peggy Wood?s family did not approve of her marriage to Alexander and she was disinherited. Alexander was for a time batman to Sir William Wood. Peggy however remained loyal and followed him on several campaigns. [S3] Margaret Jane Wood
1214 Thomas McKinnon Wood, PC (26 January 1855–26 March 1927) was a British Liberal politician.
Born in London, Wood was the only son of Hugh Wood, a merchant and shipowner, by his second wife Jessie McKinnon, daughter of Reverend Thomas McKinnon. His father had been born in Orkney, where his father was a farmer, but had later settled in London. Wood was educated at Mill Hill School and University College, London. After his father lost his sight, he joined the family business. He later turned to politics, and was a member for Central Hackney of the London County Council from 1892 to 1909. From 1898 to 1907 Wood was leader of the Progressive Party and also served as Chairman of the Council from 1898 to 1899. In 1907 he was appointed Alderman, a post he held until 1909. He was also Deputy Lieutenant for the County of London in 1899.
Wood stood unsuccessfully as a parliamentary candidate for East Islington in 1895, Glasgow St. Rollox in 1900 and Orkney and Shetland in 1902. However, in 1906 he was elected for Glasgow St. Rollox as a Liberal, a seat he held until 1918. In April 1908 Wood was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education in the administration of H.H. Asquith, a post he held until October of the same year, when he became Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. In 1911 he was made Financial Secretary to the Treasury and admitted to the Privy Council. The following year he was promoted to Secretary for Scotland with a seat in the cabinet. He continued in this post also when the war-time coalition was formed in May 1915. In July 1916 he was appointed Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Financial Secretary to the Treasury. The latter post was considered very important in the war-time situation, and was not seen as a demotion. However, when Lloyd George became Prime Minister in December 1916, Wood was not offered a post in the government. He remained in the House of Commons until 1918, when he lost his Glasgow St Rollox seat to Gideon Oliphant-Murray (later 2nd Viscount Elibank). He stood unsuccessfully for Hackney Central in 1924, but never returned to the House of Commons.
Wood married Isabella Sandison, daughter of Alexander Sandison, in 1883. They had eight children, six sons and two daughters. Two sons and one daughter predeceased him. Wood died in March 1927, aged 72.
Thomas McKinnon Wood
1215 John took his family to Lyttelton, New Zealand, on the maiden voyage of the 'Glenmark' arriving on 21 Jan 1865. He started in business with J S White in Kaiapoi, subsequently moving to Leithfield, and, finally, Amberley. There he purchased Hursley, a 550 acre property between Amberley and the sea. In 1891, he retired to Papanui. John Senior Woodhouse, JP
1216 Married with children. Eva Margaret Allen WOODROFFE
1217 This was probably the Andrew who married Agnes Shewan. [S3] Andrew Work
1218 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
1219 Address: Highbury, Ebnal Road, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England Godfrey Francis Puget Worthington
1220 Address: 44 Bacchus Road, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England John Robert Godfrey Worthington
1221 In October 1850, emigrated to New Zealand on the "Isabella Hurcas" arriving in Mar 1851. [S2] William Wraight
1222 His marriage and his death were both registered in Mitford in the Jul-Sep quarter of 1864. [S1] Cook Henry Lane Wright
1223 Need to confirm relationship to other children. [S1] John Lane Wright
1224 Believed married 1910. [S33] Emily Louisa Yellop
1225 Believed married 1912. [S33] Walter Henry Yellop
1226 Address: 211 Tinshill Road, Cookridge, Leeds, Yorkshire, England Clifford Arthur Yewdall
1227 Supporter of Weslayan Methodist Association after 1837.
Alderman of Leeds, active Liberal.
Starting with £10 capital at age 18, began as cloth manufacturer. Took lease of Calverley Mill 1845, powered it, equipped it as complete wool textile mill. Bought Waterloo Mill, Bramley 1860. Kept work force in pay during slump. Built Calverley Grange. Disappointed with eldest son William and although set up trust fund for all his children, stated that William would not receive his if he were a convicted criminal or a bankrupt.
David Yewdall
1228 Accidently killed in a boxing match at Sandhurst David Reginald Yewdall
1229 Twin Elizabeth Yewdall
1230 Ellen was instructed by her father to research the family history.
Ellen Yewdall
1231 Was recruited into the Twelfth Regiment of Foot in 1768 at the age of 19. Served 19 years, six years as Sergeant. Was in Gibraltar 14 1/2 years during siege. Discharged from Edinburgh 15 June 1787, having served 'honestly and faithfully', because of an asthmatic complaint and was worn out. Recommended as 'a proper object of His Majesty's Royal Bounty of Chelsea Hospital'. Continued to work as Recruiting Sergeant and escort of new recruits to regt. dept. Received on discharge all arrears of pay and 28 days full pay to carry him to London.
Jeramiah Yewdall
1232 Son of James Yewdall, miner Squire Yewdall
1233 Mother died 20 May 1643 Suzanne Yewdall
1234 Also known as Chasterton.
Will dated 7 Aug 1555: One third to wife, one third to sons Hugh, John and Thomas, remainder for debts, funeral, balance to wife and sons. To Hugh sword buckler & best dagger. Forgives brother Richard debt of 4 marks. Has loaned bay gelding to Richard, leaves it to wife and sons. To Mary 14/-, of which 'she hath had 7/- syns she came for to pay the cariage of her raiment from London'. Any future husband of widow to give security to bring up children. Thomas, youngest son, a minor.
Thomas Yewdall
1235 Mentioned in his father's will as being still a minor in 1555, but made 'full & hool executor' of the will.
Thomas Yewdall
1236 Suffered a severe stroke in 1815 which left him helpless and paralysed.
Not a Quaker - became a Methodist, having been converted by his brother Zachariah.
Thomas Yewdall
1237 Was Trustee of Quaker burial Ground, Idle.
Will dated 25 Dec 1745: Sons Jeremiah and Thomas, Abraham Grimsgaw and Benjamin Sandall executors. To wife Grace £5 two months after death, £15 after one year. To daughter Alice £5 and the chair in which she usually sits and bed plus bedding. If Grace dies, her legacy to be split between her daughters Mary Dewhirst, Ellen Learoyd and Alice. If Alice dies, her share split between her sisters. Instructs forming 'granny flat'. Mentions Mary, daughter of son Jeremiah.
Thomas Yewdall
1238 Killed on outpost duty in South Africa while serving with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in the Boer War. [S30] William Yewdall
1239 Will dated 7 May 1822: All property on trust to sons William and John and to friends John Adcock and Thomas Thornton. £500 to be invested, income to wife for life or marriage, plus household effects needed to furnish small house. Rest of estate divided amoung children William, John, Grace, Eleanor, David and Joseph. Will proved 11 Jun 1828 under £2,000. William Yewdall
1240 Brought up in Quaker faith, keenly interested in religion from the earliest days. Converted to Methodism in 1771. Collected money to build chapel in Eccleshill. Began as travelling preacher in 1779 and started to keep diaries, two of which are in Rylands Methodist Archives. Friend and disciple of John Wesley. After many postings, began to fail in health and was posted supernumerary to Halifax. Will dated 18 Sep 1823, passed 1 Mar 1830, under £4,000.
Zachariah Yewdall
1241 Twin Zachariah Yewdall
1242 Address: Beaconsfield, Strathaven, Lanarkshire, Scotland John Brownlie YOUNG
1243 James left Shetland in the early 1920's to work on Ocean Island in the Pacific. He later settled in Melbourne and worked as a stevedore. When the 2nd WW broke out he joined the Australian Expeditionary Force and was a Corporal, 2/10th Field Company. He was taken POW at the fall of Singapore Feb 15th 1942 and died in a POW camp. James YOUNGCLAUSE
1244 James was working as a labourer on a sewer pipe some 8-1/2 ft below the surface when he was struck by a piece of earth weighing 250lbs. This broke his neck. His mother made a claim for compensation through Rev. Charles N. Baldie, the Minister of Sandwick, and she later got 600 dollars in compensation. [S3]
1245 Robert was the udaller of the 6 merk 1 ure land at Crosbister, Fetlar, at the end of the sixteenth century. When Earl Patrick held court in each parish of Shetland in the years 1602-4, Robert of Crosbister was a member of the assizes for Fetlar. He died in 1615 having passed on his udal rights to his son Olla Robertson. [S3] Robert YOUNSON
1246 Suddenly, aged 6 months Dorothy Shaw Yule
1247 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
1248 Remarried and settled in Southern Ireland. Mary Elizabeth Zammit

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