The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison

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51 Believed to have had two sons, Phillip & Thomas Family: F2498
 
52 Benjamin is with his sister Ann in 1851 & 1861 but is unlikely to be Mary's son. [S1] Family: F5334
 
53 Between 1970 and 1975, they remarried and again divorced Family: F15384
 
54 Both children are illegitimate and registered as Henderson with their mother described as a widow. Family: F23451
 
55 Both children are illegitimate and registered as Henderson with their mother described as a widow. Family: F480
 
56 Both sons are illegitimate Family: F23115
 
57 Both sons are illegitimate Family: F433
 
58 Catherine was adopted by Barbara Roberts née Cuffin and used the surname Roberts Family: F15367
 
59 Celebrated their diamond wedding in Port Melbourne in 1916. [S2] Family: F3454
 
60 Charles & Louisa arrived in New York on 10 Sep 1892. [S1] Family: F7344
 
61 Children of Thomas or Edward who spent many years in Ceylon. Family: F9560
 
62 Dain, Daine, Dane or Dean Family: F4832
 
63 David is a widower Family: F12597
 
64 David is illegitimate but called Robertson after his father Family: F412
 
65 David's mother was Barbara Seath on his death certificate but she could be Barbara Thomson who married Thomas Millar in 1811.  Family: F12561
 
66 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F16133
 
67 Despite the attached certificate which shows a marriage between Caroline and Thomas, her surname remained Donaldson and she signed in that name when she registered Thomas' death declaring him to be single. There is also no mention of him on her death certificate. [S1] Family: F11648
 
68 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F24889
 
69 Edith & Tracey took the surname Bareham but the details are unclear. [S1] Family: F15827
 
70 Ellen Baxter or Margaret Ellwood Day Family: F7064
 
71 Emigrated to USA. [S2]
 
Family: F3583
 
72 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F3491
 
73 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F14411
 
74 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F19863
 
75 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F36980
 
76 Fathers: Robert Gold & Robert Symington
Witnesses: William Bishop & Elizabeth Gold 
Family: F3344
 
77 Five children born in France Family: F4965
 
78 Four children Family: F3906
 
79 George is a widower in 1851 and likely to be Arthur's father because they were both together in 1841. [S1] Family: F5958
 
80 George is living with his aunt, cousin and cousin's baby in 1881 so Frederick could be his son. [S1] Family: F4792
 
81 Gertrude is listed immediately after Laura in the 1901 census and before Laura's siblings indicating that she could be Laura's daughter. [S1] Family: F12699
 
82 Had 6 children. [S217] Family: F10185
 
83 Had six children three of whom worked in the cotton mills near Bacup, Lancashire, and had numerous children. [S54] Family: F4458
 
84 Had stillborn twins in Jul 1568 Family: F2535
 
85 Henry and Jane died of Hemlock poisoning in October 1858. [S3] Family: F3463
 
86 Holland married as Holland Eckersley, his official name Family: F15871
 
87 Holland signed as Holland Grundy but it was scored out and he re-signed the surname as Eckersley. Witness: Thomas Grundy. [S1] Family: F15876
 
88 In 1911, Emily has Charles Bellairs Alderson with her in Margate. In 1901, his father is Christopher - born 1877 in Canada - but Emily is listed as having had only 4 children one of whom is dead by 1911.  Family: F6872
 
89 In 1920 Agnes is living with Harry and calling herself Nowell. [S1] Family: F14891
 
90 In May 1956, Lenny wrote that he had been the tenth of eleven children and the seventh son. Only seven had lived to majority and he was the only one surviving. [S2] Family: F5064
 
91 Isabella married a Henry Francis Bell in 1905 and in 1911 is married, has had one child which has died, and is living in Burnley with her brothers George and James. [S1] Family: F12783
 
92 Jack married bigamously as John Family: F15043
 
93 James & Anne emigrated to Canada. [S2] Family: F3449
 
94 Jane and Henry lived together from c1858. [S146] Family: F7654
 
95 John is the son of "Peter Ireland and Margaret Robertson his party" [S1] Family: F22714
 
96 Lawrence left Mary when he returned home after a prolonged absence to find that she had had a daughter by another man. He took his children to South Africa and, after divorcing Mary, remarried. Mary had three more children by a John Peffers, followed by another three, and eventually married a David Stewart in 1901. Family: F22763
 
97 Likely to be Anne Spencer Sharp because their child is born at her address and James is described as a bachelor at their marriage. Family: F10844
 
98 Maria is James' step-daughter. Family: F10847
 
99 Marjorie and their three children were drowned off the coast of New Guinea on 25 Jan 1925. [S1] Family: F14971
 
100 Marriage granted by Governor. Free settler. [S96] Family: F5841
 

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