The Family History of Katherine Anne Sandison


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951 Married as Florence Crayford. [S1] Florence Rolfe
952 in 1841, Sarah is with Elizabeth Redworth, unmarried born 1790 in Hayes. In 1851 & 1861 Elizabeth is lodging with Sarah. Relationship unknown. [S1] Sarah Rolfe
953 May have died in 1839. [S184] Susan Rolfe
954 31 Nov 1872 on gravestone Thomas Eldred Rolfe
955 When his sister Mary Ann died, Thomas Eldred was referred to as her natural brother whereas Samuel was her lawful brother. [S214]  Thomas Eldred Rolfe
956 Northern Times [Liverpool] Jan 10th 1855: Arrival last night of the PACIFIC, Capt NYE, from New York where she left on the 28th Dec last, and on coming up the river she run down the CORINTHIAN outward bound for Calcutta, no lives were lost. [Included on passenger list:] Sir Cusack RONEY and Lady. [S1] Cusack Patrick Roney
957 Child of Ann Roscoe of Little Hulton Catharine Roscoe
958 Youngest son Henry Roscoe
959 Relationship unconfirmed - possibly a nephew - but DNA link established. [S1] James ROSCOE
960 Address: The Compasses, 33 Russell Street, Magpie Hall Road, Chatham, Kent, England Norman Kirk ROSCOE
961 Fourth son Robert Roscoe
962 Fifth son Thomas Roscoe
963 Miscellaneous Writer & Translator - Dictionary of National Biography Thomas Roscoe
964 Oldest son William Stanley Roscoe
965 Died at sea when schooner "Jane and Mary" went down with all 5 hands. The wooden schooner was captained by Elias Suding weighed 67 tons and was carrying coal. Built in 1848, the ship was hit by a force 11 hurricane and sank 1 mile east of Speymouth near Garmouth. James Ross
966 Need to confirm the number of wives and how the children fit in! [S1] Richard Roughley
967 Address: Branwoods, Great Baddow, Essex, England Ernest Henry RUNNACLES
968 The following information was taken from Erik Bakkevig's book,

The first known man on Rustung was Sigurd on Seim in Kvinnherad. Wife unknown, one son:
Trond Sigurdsen Seim married Karen Kold Nessa, Nerstrand born ca. 1460. She may later have married Fartegn Matsen Seim. Trond and Karen had a son:
Christopher Trondsen (Rustung) Seim. ca 1490-1565). He became the most prominent man in this family, sea-warrior, lived a restless life. Releated somehow to the last Catholic bishop in Norway, Olav Engelbregtsen, and became captain of the archbishop's warships. When the bishop fell from the favor of Vincens Lunge and Lunge's mother-in-law Madam Inge of ’straat, Christopher was appointed admiral of a fleet with 300 men. He then plundered ’stratt for the first time, and with orders from the archbishop he killed Vincens Lunge in Trondheim in 1535. Later he plundered ’straat for the second time.
Then he got his license to go out as a pirate. The permit was received from Duke Fredrick of Phalz, with the intentin of freeing the duke's father-in-law the captive King Christian II. With 3 ships, Christopher captured 9 French ships. Later he moved to East Friisland and practiced piracy under the protection of Duke Enno in Emden. He robbed on the East Sea (Baltic) and the Norwegian coast. In 1539 he plundered Utstein Monastery and the bishop's headquarters in Stavanger.
By 1542 he was ready to settle down and began making friends with King Christian III, who needed men for a new war he was getting into. This king pardoned Christopher and promoted him to Admiral of the fleet. In 1544 the war was over and Christopher was rewarded with Ebeltoft Monastery in Sjelland and Eskilds, both in Denmark. (He would receive considerable income from these places). He had to be feudal lord over these "gifts" and receive the income. He also received (returned from earlier confiscation) back from the king the farm Seim, his family's farm and many other farms in Sunnhordland and Hardanger. Christopher served the king in various wars and
riots until 1564. He died in 1565.
About 1536 Christopher married Karen Knutsdtr Schanke. After his death she moved to the Seim farm. On Sept 18, 1578, she made a Will for her children (all adults). In the Will her dtrs have the title "Frue", the title of married women of nobility.
Christoffer Trondsson Rustung
969 Registered by both his parents as James Mills Rutherford (illegitimate) and he has that name aged 1 on the 1911 census. Married as Adamson. [S1] James Mills Rutherford
970 Jane was one of 1,499 women who signed the 1866 Women's Suffrage Petition which preceded the founding of the first women's suffrage societies in 1867 - forty years before the Suffragettes. The petition was presented to John Stuart Mill MP by Emily Davies (founder of Girton College - a college for women at Cambridge University) and Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (of the Aldebrough Garretts). [S1] Jane SANDERSON
971 May have been the Alexander who was hired in Lerwick by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1860. Labourer, 5th March, to Mackenzie River, free 1866. [S3] Alexander SANDISON
972 Married and had two sons Annabel Mary Sandison
973 Address: 1 Mossley Avenue, Sefton Park, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Arthur Sandison
974 The Liverpool Mercury, 25th January 1908, reported that the owners of the ?Hartfield?, Messers Walmsley & Co. of Liverpool, feared that she had been lost off the Vancouver coast, with all hands, on a voyage from Valparaiso to Tacoma, in ballast. Wreckage had been found, with the name of ?Hartfield? of Liverpool, on the west coast of Vancouver. The vessel had left Valparaiso on 26th August 1907. [S3] Arthur Sandison
975 Aboard "SS Iron Crown" when she was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine Christopher Sandison
976 Mentioned in his father's will in 1896 as being in Canada and as having received advances of £362 between 1889-95. Later said to have been with Fords. [S2] Edward SANDISON
977 Adopted by her aunt Isabella Sandison and her husband James John Pearson.  Elizabeth Sandison
978 Lived for a time with her cousin Isabella Mill Sandison. [S2] Elizabeth Levie SANDISON
979 Address: 32 Oaklands, Gosforth, Northumberland, England Gilbert Andrew SANDISON
980 Perhaps the Shetlander Able Seaman from Liverpool who died at sea on 9 Jun 1876 aged 25. [S2] Hugh SANDISON
981 Need to check that this is the correct Magnus. [S3] Magnus Sandison
982 Address: 114 Alwyn Street, Liverpool 17, Lancashire, England Mary Jane Sandison
983 In 1817 declared son and heir of Lilias Petersdaughter.
In 1830 he sold his 9 merks of land in Scatsta for £100 to his first cousin Alexander Sandison - I124 - subject to free liferent occupation of half the land by him and his wife. The deed was witnessed by Henry Sandison - I614 - in Gardens and William Irvine in Udhouse.
984 Sandy's war record: Robert Arnold SANDISON
985 The Robert Sandison Trophy, in his memory, is for the most efficient strike bomber pilot in the Fleet Air Arm. Robert Edmund SANDISON
986 His name was taken for R Sandison & Co, Cullivoe, North Yell. [S2] Robert Levie SANDISON
987 See Ronald Arthur Sandison
988 Writing in 1854, his cousin Gilbert [I615] described him as much older than himself, a fine looking man who went to sea and in the course of his travels married but found he had made a mistake so left his wife and Europe, perhaps going to India and changing his name. [S2] William SANDISON
989 Address: 356 Southcroft Road, London SW16, England Agnes Wilkie Saunders
990 Spent a month in Aylesbury prison in 1871 for stealing some wheat sheaves. [S178] George W Saunders
991 Seriously wounded in France - believed to be at the battle of the Somme - and transported to a convalescent hospital in England. Subsequently contracted influenza in the epidemic of 1918. [S133] Conrad Gordon Saxby, DSO
992 Saxby, Henry Linckmyer (1836-1873), ornithologist, second son of Stephen Martin Saxby (sometime of the royal navy) and his wife Mary Ann (born Lindeman), was born in London on 19 April 1836. His boyhood and early youth were passed in the Undercliff, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, and in North Wales. After being educated at home he went to Edinburgh University in 1857, and, passing through the medical course, took Professor Sir James Y. Simpson's diploma in 1860. During part of 1860 and 1861 he was assistant to Dr. Edmondston of Unst, Shetland Isles. In 1862 he graduated M.D. from St. Andrews. Returning to Unst, he entered into practice with Dr. Edmondston in 1863, and continued there after the latter's retirement till 1871, when broken health compelled his return to Edinburgh. In 1872 he removed to Inverary, where he died on 4 Aug. 1873. He married, 16 Dec. 1859, Jessie Margaret, a daughter of Dr. Edmondston, who survived him.
Saxby, who was a good draughtsman, was a born naturalist. He contributed seven papers on ornithological subjects to the 'Zoologist' between 1861 and 1871, and was author of 'The Birds of Shetland' (8vo, Edinburgh, 1874), which was edited by his brother, the Rev. S.H. Saxxby (1831-1886).
[Information kindly supplied by his brother, the Rev. G.F. Saxby; Roy. Soc. Cat.; Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) Cat.] B.B.W.
- Dictionary of National Biography 
Henry Linckmeyer Saxby
993 Served in Boer War with Strathcona's Horse, then served in South African Constabulary. [S3] Horace Dobell Saxby
994 Marianne Saxby
995 In Dec 1868, Stephen predicted that there would be a storm on 5 Oct 1869 due to the position of the sun and moon. The hurricane caused extensive destruction to port facilities and communities along the Bay of Fundy coast in both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia as well as Maine and was named the Saxby Gale, in his honour.
Stephen Martin Saxby
996 A White Russian Officer shot by the Reds. Fyodor Scherbakov
997 Believed to have moved to Morocco. [S76] Joseph Schmutz
998 Took British Citizenship Mauricette Marcelle Schmutz
999 Married a second time Frederica Susanna Schomberg
1000 Married Friedrich Schomberg

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