The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison

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301 British Subject Alfred Bradshaw
 
302 Listed as married on 1900 census. [S1] Edward Bradshaw
 
303 Invalid from childhood. James Bradshaw
 
304 British Subject Louisa Bradshaw
 
305 Father might be William Bradshaw born c1787 christened at Enderby on 21 Mar 1787. He married a Susannah Godfrey at Enderby on 21 Nov 1809. [S170] Stanford Bradshaw
 
306 Life Partner: The American painter Don Bachardy Christopher William Bradshaw-Isherwood
 
307 Need to confirm she is Lavinia's sister. [S1] Lucy Ann Bramley
 
308 16 Aug 1886: created Earl Brassey, Baron Brassey of Bulkeley Thomas Brassey
 
309 Buried with two infant children. [S73] Mary Brett
 
310 Married as Charles Roland Brenning Roland Charles G BREUNIG
 
311 Baptised as daughter of Ellen. Elizabeth Maud Briginshaw
 
312 Daughter of David Brook, miner Eliza Brook
 
313 Abram Brown was born and bred in Scotland. In the year 1650 he was commissioned, with another Scotsman named Gifford, by the Scottish Government to escort the Royal Prince of Scotland to the Shetland Isles, to see him established on land at "Sumburgh Head", Parish of Dunrossness, being a grant by the Scottish Government. For services rendered, Abram Brown received a grant of land in the Parish of Bixter, at Clusta Voe, Shetland, and the Isle of Vemetry, which was a bold, rugged piece of rock facing the North Sea. It was almost inaccessible on three sides, but was the home of wild fowl and seals, and therefore a valued possession.
It is on record that Abram was the first Scottish migrant of the name of Brown to arrive in Shetland. He married into a Scottish family in Shetland, and made Clusta the home of himself and his descendants, with the proviso that the eldest son of the eldest son was to occupy the house and land of Clusta Voe. Abram Brown become noted amongst his Viking friends and neighbours for his fearless and capable seamanship, and his prowess was sung in their sagas. 
Abram Brown
 
314 Made a cloak for the Princess of Wales gaining prizes at the London Exhibiton of 1870. Granted a Royal Warrant as a knitter to Her Royal Highness Queen Victoria. - "Sons and Daughters of Shetland" Catherine BROWN
 
315 Address: 4 Club Street, Beddgelert, Carnarvonshire, Wales Eva Rebecca Brown
 
316 Got married and had children. [S1] Stewart Browne
 
317 See www.rangeleyfamilytree.co.uk/?page=individual&id=65 John Brownridge
 
318 Need to confirm that the daughter of John is also the mother of Robert. [S217] Mary Brownridge
 
319 Succeeded to the estates in Shetland, while his elder brother, Alexander, inherited those in Perthshire, and was served heir to his mother Elizabeth Gray in 1595. [S3] Andrew Bruce
 
320 January 23, 1488/89 Served heir to Neil Barbour, his uncle. [S3] Hector Bruce
 
321 August 3, 1529 served heir to his father. [S3] John Bruce
 
322 SC 12/6/1771/2 Process of confirmation for Mrs Margaret Bruce, relict spouse of
dec. Samuel Scollay, merchant in Lerwick. (COM) 19:11:1771
Items : 2
4376 
Margaret Bruce
 
323 Instrument of sasine in favour of the right honourable Robert Bruce of Troill and Marjorie Bruce, his spouse, following on disposition, dated 9 March 1630 at Troill, by Olla Nicolsone, indweller in Failyie, of 7 merks land, six pennies the merk, in Failyie in Utterska, in the isle of Unst. Precept of sasine was directed to Thomas Manssone in Digrend. Witnesses to the disposition were Francis Sinclair of Uyea, William Bruce of Ungersta, David McRichie, officer, Thomas Manssone in Digrend and Daniel Polsone, tailor.
Sasine given by Thomas Manssone to William Bruce of Ungersta, procurator for Robert Bruce, on 9 March 1630 at 8 a.m. Witnesses: Daniel Polsone, tailor, John Mowat, merchant in Unst, David McRichie, officer, and Lowrance Ollasone in Utterska. Robert Duncansone, notary public.
[2 items]
Source: Gardie Papers [S3] 
Robert Bruce
 
324 SC12/6/1863/4
Summons for aliment (for 2.10s. per annum for an illegitimate male child born 7 December 1862.)
Pursuer : Bruce Sutherland, Brunthammersland, Tingwall.
Defender : Arthur Arthur or Arthur Arthurson, Skellister, Nesting.
Date: 16 February 1863
Extent: Items : 2
 
Robert Bruce
 
325 The lineage of William is unsure. He may have been a son of Robert, second son of John Bruce of Cultmalindie, and nephew of Laurence Bruce of Cultmalindie, and accompanied his uncle to Shetland in the capacity of Secretary or Clerk. On 28th March 1592, he had a Feu Charter from Patrick, Earl of Orkney, of the 20 merks of land, 6 pennies the merk, of Soundburgh, called the King's lands and 4 merks of land called the Provost's lands, lying runrig with the said 20 merks, and the 20 merks of land of Scatness. These Provost's lands which originally belonged to the Dom Kirke or Cathedral of Bergen, he excambed on 5 th August 1604, with the Earl for the lands of Sandwick, but on 15th November 1605, this was departed from, and he received a new Charter from the Earl which was confirmed by the Crown on 20th November 1605. [S3] William Bruce
 
326 William had a dispostion with Andrew, his second extant son, of 16 merks land in Kirkhouse, Fetlar, from Henry Sinclair of Swining in 1698. [S3] William Bruce
 
327 SHANGHAI STUDENT'S SUCCESS.
From a Canadian newspaper we learn that the musical scholarship of the Brantford Conservatory of Music, which entitles the holder to twelve months' free tuition at the Royal Conservatoire of Music at Leipzic, was won this year by Miss Eulalie Buchanan. The winner of the scholarship is a Shanghai girl. Her grandfather was the late Tseng Lai-sun, who was a British subject, and was at one time Secretary to Marquis Li Hung-chang. Miss Laisun married the late Mr. William Buchanan who was a partner in Bisset and Co. Mrs. Buchanan left Shanghai six years ago to complete her youngest daughter's education, and settle down at Brantford, Ontario. To win the scholarship Miss Eulalie Buchanan had to take the highest marks in piano playing, as well as pass a severe test in harmony, and the rudiments and history of music. Mrs. Buchanan and her daughter were to sail from New York for Germany on September 29.
[The North China Herald - 28 Oct 1910] 
Eulalie Buchanan
 
328 THE LATE MR. J. BUCHANAN.
Mr. James Buchanan, who died at his residence at Langland Gardens, Hampstead, London on January 27, at the age of sixty-four was for over thirty years a prominent resident of Shanghai, and was a very enthusiastic rowing man and about thirty-six years ago he won the champion sculls. Although never occupying any public office on the Council, he was a very well known and highly respected member of the community as head of Messrs. Bisset & Co. He was one of the best-read men Shanghai has had and was a leading member of the old Shanghai Debating Society. His strong subjects were law, economics and theology, and his contributions to the old Friday Club were always worth hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan exercised extensive hospitality in their home in Yuenmingyuen Road. His private charities were innumerable. For many years too he was organist and treasurer of the Union Church. The late Mr. Buchanan leaves a widow (sister of Mr. C. Ure), a son in America and a daughter in London.
[The North China Herald - 3 Feb 1912] 
James Buchanan
 
329 In 1891 & 1901, John is a Boarder with William & Jane Milne and he marries Jane in 1911 after William's death in 1910. John Buchanan
 
330 In 1901, Ruth is staying in a hotel in Edinburgh accompanied by Eleanor (Nora) McGregor Walls (I140895) - first cousin of the mother of her future husband - and Nora's aunt Eleanora Berrie (I140887). Ruth Barbour Buchanan
 
331 Daughter of Joseph Buckley Agnes Ann Buckley
 
332 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
333 Deaf from birth Beatrice BURRELL
 
334 Deaf from birth Maud Clare BURRELL
 
335 Robert's entry on the 1891 Census form takes up ten lines:
Landowner
Merchant
Chemical Manure Manufacturer
Farmer
Alderman West Suffolk CC
Chairman Thingoe Board of Guardians
Chairman Fornham & Westey School Board
Churchwarden
Overseer
Surveyor of Highways 
Robert BURRELL
 
336 Deaf from birth Walton Robert BURRELL
 
337 Deaf from birth William Cottingham BURRELL
 
338 In 1841, Richard is in Kirkby with Mary (18), Ann (12) and Betty (7). [S1] Richard Caldwell
 
339 Address: The Caledonian Club, St James' Square, Pall Mall, Middlesex, England Eric Campbell Campbell-Walker
 
340 Known as Elizabeth Armstead/Armistead

Her lovers before Fox are said to have included the second Viscount Bolingbroke, the third Duke of Dorset, the 12th Earl of Derby, Lord George Cavendish, and the future George IV.

"Born Elizabeth Bridget Cane, her career began in an exclusive, high-class brothel in St. James' in London." [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Armistead]

"At Parndon met James Martin and Jackson Barwis. Mrs. Martin had met and conversed with Mrs. Armstead (Fox's chere amie, and originally Mrs. Abbington's maid) unknowingly at Hastings's trial, and thought her a charming woman." ["The Early Life of Samuel Rogers" by P W Clayden - http://www.archive.org/stream/earlylifeofsamue00clayrich/earlylifeofsamue00clayrich_djvu.txt]

At Farley Church there is a plaque dedicated to Charles Fox from Elizabeth Armstead and his step son John.

 
Elizabeth Bridget Cane
 
341 Arthur's children are in Wales in 1891 with Henry and Peggy Shannon and listed as their children although Peggy is too old to be their mother - see I147303.
Those born in Wales were registered there with the surname Shannon, as were the two childhood deaths. They are therefore not Annie's children but could be Anne's whom he married once Annie was dead. Peggy is old enough to be Anne's mother.
In 1911, William, Judith, and Isabel are with Anne and called Capel. Terence is also Capel by then.
Without investigating any further, I have listed the children as Arthur's and Anne's. [S1] 
Arthur William Capel
 
342 Address: Oldfield Brow, Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England William Moncrieff CARR
 
343 [Wiggenhall St German]
[Inside church on floor at east end of central aisle]
Sacred
to the memory of
Christopher CARTER
who departed this life
20th Sep 1851
aged 53 years
also Elizabeth his wife
who died 29th April 1843
aged 39 years 
Christopher CARTER
 
344 Listed as married in 1901 but no alternative surname given. [S1] Helen D Carter
 
345 Called himself Samuel Carter COOPE Samuel Coope Carter
 
346 Registered as Alfred Cyril Jarvis Alfred Cyril Jarvis Cave
 
347 "CAVE Edward Athelstan of 14 Mount-view-road Stroud Green Middlesex died 11 December 1944 Probate Llandudno 10 February to Margaret Stafford Nish spinster. Effects 1."
National Probate Calendar 
Edward Athelstan Cave
 
348 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madge_Syers
http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/sy/madge-syers-1.html 
Florence Madeline Cave
 
349 Called himself Howard Sydney Sullivan. [S1] Sidney Edward Jarvis Cave
 
350 In command of "HMS Invincible" when she was sunk at the Battle of Jutland Arthur Lindesay Cay
 

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