The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison


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201 1861: Listed as deaf. [S1] Mary Ann (Potter)
202 Might be Ann Didsbury. [S1] Ann (Radbourne)
203 Married at the same time were Jane Ann Gowing and Jane Ann Marshall. [S1] Jane Ann (Rickson)
204 Could be Mary Ann Smith. [S1] Mary (Roe)
205 British Subject by 1891. [S1] Helen (Sixsmith)
206 Naturalised British Subject. [1891 Census] Clotilde (Smartly)
207 Could be Charlotte Barker. [S1] Charlotte (Smith)
208 Mentioned in her husband's will. Anne (STYLE)
209 Mentioned in her husband's will. Elizabeth (STYLE)
210 Could be Betsey Osborne. [S1] Betsy (Tompkins)
211 Could be Mary Martin or Mary Scott. [S1] Mary (Whitelamb)
212 Dinah, Joseph & Charlotte followed an older son/brother (R G Williams, first mayor of Masterton) to New Zealand in 1873. [S196]

Robert Williams, a former saddler, was Mayor of Masterton in 1877. [S1]  
Dinah (Williams)
213 Could be Sarah Nicholson who married James Wood in Wigan in 1915. [S1] Sarah (Wood)
214 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
215 Proprietor of the Udal land of South Leady, West Sandwick, Yell, Shetland Thomas ??
216 In 1891 a Violet Birch is a General Servant & Nurse with the Buss family in Didsbury, Lancashire. [S1] Violet Able
217 Missed abortion at 6 months. Baby had Spina Bifida and had died in womb at 3 months. [S76] Male Adams
218 Died in a road accident whilst delivering aid to Albania. [S3} Peter Adamson
219 Thomas Adie was a merchant and fish trader. He was the principal proprietor of T.M. Adie & Co., Voe, employing an estimated 400 fishermen and having shops at Voe, Papa Stour, Stenness and Skerries, including a hosiery business. He was engaged in fish curing and employed beach boys. Tacksman at Skerries for Bruce of Symbister and also factor for Lady Nicolson's estate at Papa, he was a member of the Delting Parochial Board.

From: Grant, Francis; Zetland Family Histories, Lerwick, 1907, p. 2
: The Shetland Times, 23rd February 1884
: Will, Shetland Archives
: Truck System Report, 1872

SC 12/6/1863/49 Summons of removing. 26:09:1863
Pursuer : Thomas Mountford Adie, merchant at Voe, Delting, tacksman.
Defenders : Henry Johnson, Skerries, Thomas Hutchison there, John Johnson there, Laurence Anderson and John Anderson his son, joint subtenants there, and Laurence Sutherland there

SC 12/6/1863/50 Summons of removing. 28:09:1863
Pursuer : Thomas Mountford Adie, merchant at Voe, Delting, tacksman.
Defenders : William Hughson, Skerries, William Sutherland there, Laurence Hughson there, Thomas Johnson, res. in a room in the Booth there, and Archibald Williamson in Skerries.

Thomas Mountford Adie
220 In 1841, a Margaret Aird born in England is in Glasgow St Enochs, Lanarkshire - a Servant. [S1] Margaret Aird
221 May be the daughter of Robert Aitken and Elizabeth Smith. [S3] Catherine Aitken
222 Address: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand Eva Mary ALLEN
223 Andrew Anderson was the Parochial Schoolmaster for the parishes of Nesting, Lunnasting, Whalsay and Skerries, being appointed by the Commissioners of Supply, Lerwick on 24th November 1829. The Parochial School in Vidlin was at Queeness and he taught there until 1857. He was buried at Lunna.
From: Minutes of the Commissioners of Supply, Vol III, pp 168-171
Andrew Anderson
224 Arthur died in an accident when the jeep he was driving in crashed whilst on a job for US Naval Government of Guam. He was a mechanic on a ship and was offered a job by the Governor to fix the power plant. He was also involved in setting up the telephone system on Guam. [S3] Arthur ANDERSON
225 Need to confirm that this is the correct Christian. [S3] Christian ANDERSON
226 Awarded BEM for almost 50 years service in Procurator-Fiscal?s office. Clara Wingate ANDERSON, BEM
227 Lost at the south mouth of Skerries. He had been aboard the "Woodlark", bringing back a firing of peats for Sandison, Hay's factor, along with the boat "Corncrake" which did reach safety. [S3] John Anderson
228 Claimed to be 104 years old. [S3] Walter Anderson
229 Emigrated to California, USA - no children. [S2] Thomas David Andrew
230 Royalist officer with Montrose, found political asylum in Dunrossness in 1650. Andrew Arcus
231 In 1841, Catherine Dubois, Independent, born c1751 in England (not Kent) is with Ann. She died in Maidstone in 1846. [S1] Ann Argles
232 Need to confirm that Henry is one of the four sons mentioned on the family tombstone. [S1] Henry Argles, JP
233 Although John's relationship to Elizabeth is not conclusive, her husband Charles Fox did have a stepson named John, and she called herself Armistead/Armstead prior to her marriage. [S1] John Armstead
234 Address: 47 Lissenden Gardens, Highgate Road, Middlesex, England Alfred William Armstrong
235 Address: 9 Chester Court, Lissenden Gardens, London NW5, England Eric Charles Armstrong
236 Widower in 1851 Peter Arnold
237 Need to confirm his parents. [S1] James Arthurton
238 Probably Robert's father because Thomas is with him in 1841. [S1] Thomas Arthurton
239 Invested as a Knight Bachelor on 6 July 1483 at the coronation of King Richard III Thomas Arundell, KB
240 Son of John Ashcroft, Labourer, & Jane James Ashcroft
241 Twin George Aspinall
242 Twin Henry Aspinall
243 Illegitimate but acknowledged daughter of Sir Richard who gave her Beckbury Hall. [S2] Anne Astley
244 Started training as a doctor until paralysis made him lame - poliomyelitis? [S2]
William Atherton
One of Shanghai's oldest and most respected residents, Mrs. Tseng Laisun, passed away on Wednesday the 17th instant, at her home, 11 Boone Road at the advanced age of 92. Born in Java in 1825 she came as a young girl under the influence of Miss Aldersay, a devoted English missionary working in Soerabaya, and was taken to Batavia where in 1841 she was baptized by Dr. Medhurst of the London Mission.
On the opening of the northern ports, Miss Aldersay came to Ningpo and started the first girls' boarding school in China. The future Mrs. Tseng accompanied her as her first pupil and later became her assistant and adviser in things Chinese. For 76 years Mrs. Tseng lived a Christian life and devoted much of her time to the advancement of the education of Chinese girls and in giving help to the needy. She and her husband were among the first students to be sent by China to America and subsequently Mr. Tseng became secretary and interpreter to Viceroy Li Hung-chang, and two of Mrs. Tseng's daughters became well known in Shanghai as Mrs. N. P. Andersen and Mrs. Buchanan. She was the mother of Mr. Spencer T. Laisun who died a few days ago.
The funeral was preceded by a service in the house conducted by the Rev. Woo, himself 82 years of age and a great friend of the deceased, while at the graveside the Rev. C. E. Darwent officiated. The deceased lady was a member of the Union Church from its earliest days. The large number of foreign and Chinese friends at the Pahsienjao Cemetery where the interment took place and the profusion of beautiful wreaths bore eloquent testimony to the great regard in which Mrs. Tseng Laisun was held.
[The North China Herald - 27 Jan 1917] 
Ruth Ati
246 Had two other illegitimate children by two other women baptised in Darlington in 1828 and 1833. George Atkinson
247 The death of a Robert Bacon was registered in Depwade in the first quarter of 1840. [S1] ?? Bacon
248 Daughter of Esau Baker Caroline Baker
249 Address: 10 Ireland's Lane, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Christina Kay Baldie
250 Fell off scaffolding. [S3] James Balfour

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