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10601 Thoms never married DAWSON, Thomas (I562)
 
10602 Through this marriage the barony of Cambusnethan came into the Somerville family Family F2258
 
10603 Tizzy was brought up by her grandmother Isabella Buller and eventually adopted by her. REVIS, Theresa"Tizzy" (I8434)
 
10604 Tobago is the smaller of the two main islands that make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Caldwell is mentioned in the 1781 Will of Robert Kirkpatrick ,of Malaga,and Woodford,Essex.

Caldwell was alive in 1781,when his wife's GrandUncle ,Robert Kirkpatrick,of Malaga and Woodford , bequeathed a substantial amount of money to her , she is described as Mary Craig"Wife of Caldwell Craig,of the island of Tobago,Esq" 
CRAIG, Caldwell ,Esq,of the Island of Tobago,West Indies (I11760)
 
10605 Tobias returned from India c1802 ,in very poor health, and completely destitute ,according to his mothers testament of 1814. SMOLLETT, Capt. Tobias George , 78th Regiment,Ross-shire Highlanders (I19048)
 
10606 Together with his brother James Dalrymple Cox ,Charles became involved in grazing in the Mudgee district and both established the noted Mudgee merino studs of Broombee (1862) and Cullenbone (1879) respectively. Both the Cullenbone and Wallinga studs were established on Broombee bloodlines (theCullenbone stud flock was formed after the dispersal of the Broombee flock due to Charles Clarendon's death the previous year). The Cullenbone stud flock was dispersed in 1905 due to the ill health of James Dalrymple Cox . He died in 1910 after a long and painful struggle with cancer. COX, Charles Clarendon ,of "Broombee", Mudgee,New South Wales. (I13817)
 
10607 Tom was from Western Australia SMITH, Thomas (I1804)
 
10608 Tomas had no children KIRKPATRICK - GIMINEZ, Tomas(Thomas) (I10511)
 
10609 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3442)
 
10610 Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954) Friday 3 March 1939 p 7 Article . "PRAISE OF OGG.Made by Coroner. BRISBANE. March 2.At the Inquest Into the death of Miss Veronica Connolly, aged 27, who, with three others, was drowned at Point Lookout, Stradbroke Island on January 1, the visiting Justice and Coroner (Mr. R. Curtis) said Dudley S. Ogg, wireless operator on the coastal steamship Wandana , performed a really heroic deed in recovering the body. Ogg related how he was awakened while asleep in camp and ran to Point Lookout He saw the body floating near the rocks and dived in. Finally, after three efforts, he got it ashore. When complimented by the Coroner Ogg sold, 'Somebody had to do It' The hearing was adojurned."
 
OGG, Dudley Selwyn (I15729)
 
10611 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1193)
 
10612 Transcribed in Qld BDM as Mary Jane Boland,daughter of John Emmans and Mary Low

Qld BDM Registration details:1956/B/14712 
EMMONS, Mary Jane ,daughter of John Emmons and Mary Law (I28307)
 
10613 Transported to Tasmania as a 12 year old , after being convicted at Liverpool on 14th January 1832 and sentenced to 14 years, departing Woolwich, London on 26 Feb 1832 aboard the Katherine Stewart Forbes,arriving on 16 Jul 1832.

An ill fated voyage, cholera broke out aboard on the day she sailed from Woolwich, and she anchored in Plymouth Sound ,but was ordered to put to sea again after receiving medical supplies and the services of an assistant surgeon from the Royal Navy. She returned to the Thames Estuary and was laid up in Stangate Creek until almost the end of March before being allowed to resume her voyage. Of the 222 convicts aboard, 30 men developed cholera and 13 died before she finally set sail from Woolwich in February 1832 bound for Van Diemans Land (arriving on 16 July) carrying 222 male convicts under the command of Captain James Berry.

On 13 Sep 1852,John sailed to Victoria from Launceston, aboard the Vixen ,as a steerage passenger.He sailed as a free man having completed his sentence in 1846. No record can be found listing his family travelling with him at this time,and as he died at Fingal,Tasmania in 1856 it is assumed he returned and that the family only relocated to the the Goldfields area of Victoria after his death. 
KELLETT, John ,Transported Convict (I6196)
 
10614 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2041)
 
10615 Tried at Devon Lent Assizes held at Exeter Castle on Monday 14 Mar 1785,for felonious assault and robbery.Sentenced to death , but later to transport for seven years.He was tansported on the vessel Charlotte.

In 1828 a census was taken of all the people in the Colony and for John Small the following information was given. John Small 60 years, freed by Servitude, John had 30 acres of land, all cleared, 20 acres of which was cultivated. 
SMALL, John ,Transported Convict (I26031)
 
10616 Tutor to H.M Queen Victoria's children.Presbyterian minister of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,Nevin arrived in the United States to study at the Western Theological Seminary near Pittsburgh. He graduated from there in 1866. WOODSIDE, Very Rev. William Nevin ,Presbyterian minister of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (I6373)
 
10617 Tutor to Sir Winston Churchill - Knight of the Garter . A minister of the South Church and the Scotch Church Gained his .B.A 1879, (Londonderry),and his B.D 1886(Princeton) MOORE, Rev. Daniel Stuart (I1126)
 
10618 Twila had a twin sister ,who died soon after birth,Twila herself was raised by her uncle and aunty Thomas and Lena Heath and went by the name of Heath. FELLOWS, Twila Inez ,of Los Angeles,California,USA (I17061)
 
10619 Twin KINLOCH, Janet (I5434)
 
10620 Twin KINLOCH, Christian (I5435)
 
10621 Twin BEDFORD, Campbell Riland ,of Woodburn ,Ecclesfechan,Hoddom,Dumfrieshire. (I17463)
 
10622 Twin BEDFORD, Francis Riland ,of Rosemary Lodge,Kenilworth,Warwickshire,England (I17464)
 
10623 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23960)
 
10624 Twin CORNWELL, Eric (I25215)
 
10625 Twin CORNWELL, Kingsley (I25216)
 
10626 Twin brother to Ronald Merton Bone, youngest children of George John and Ada Bone of 40 Berry St., East Melbourne. BONE, Kenric Clifton ,of Kew, Kooyong, Victoria (I3218)
 
10627 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1927)
 
10628 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I617)
 
10629 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5717)
 
10630 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1953)
 
10631 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1482)
 
10632 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5716)
 
10633 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I616)
 
10634 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1594)
 
10635 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1926)
 
10636 Twin of Tanya POLLOCK, Mathew (I1593)
 
10637 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1483)
 
10638 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1954)
 
10639 Two children Family F9368
 
10640 Two entries are listed in the NSW BDM Marriage record,with differing spellings of Martha's surname,McKenzie and MacKenzie. Family F8228
 
10641 Two of their sons died in Jamaica,and several children did not marry.Ref:Kilraughts old Church Graveyard by Dorothy Arthur. Family F1203
 
10642 Uchter succeeded his grandfather , his father dying( c1590) before his grandfather (1594.)He was alive in 1641, as he was named as a brother in law in the Will of Robert Mure of Caldwell,dated 1640 .
Ref:Selection of Family Papers,Preserved at Caldwell 
KNOX, Uchter ,Laird of Ranphorly (I9539)
 
10643 Uchtred succeeded his father c1631, but had great difficulty paying off his father's debts. Having no sons he sold the castle and lands of Ranfurly in 1665 and retired to his lands of Arnmanuell in Kippen parish
Ref:Selection of Family Papers,Preserved at Caldwell 
KNOX, Uchter ,Laird of Ramphorly (I3954)
 
10644 Una's family relationship was established in The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Mon 23 Dec 1929 Page 9 Family Notices
"CLIFF-The Relatives and Friends of Mr and Mrs W PITHER are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved SISTER and SISTER-IN-LAW Alice Harriett Cliff ; to leave 42 Carey street Marrickville ; THIS MONDAY at 2.15p.m. for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood,by road. Motor funeral." 
SMITH, Una Victoria L. (I27780)
 
10645 University of Delaware GROVES, Helen B.A (I591)
 
10646 Unmarked Grave-TC - Pres WAUGH, Jannette Ann (I21422)
 
10647 Upon the return of James I to Scotland he lost his position as Regent of Scotland , and during the parliament of March 1424 Murdoch, with Lord Alexander Stewart, his younger son, were suddenly arrested and immediately afterwards twenty six of the principal nobles and barons shared the same fate. Albany was first confined in the castle at St. Andrews and afterwards transferred to Caerlaverock Castle . His wife was found in the fortified palace of Doune, their favourite residence, and committed to Tantallon Castle. Walter, the eldest son of Albany, had already been shut up in the strong castle of The Bass, belonging to Sir Robert de Lauder, a firm friend of the king. Walter was tried in Stirling Castle on May 24 1424, in the presence of the king. A hurried affair ,it only took that day for a jury of nobles to find him guilty of treason, and he was executed. STEWART, Murdoch ,2nd Duke of Albany,Governor of Scotland (I24810)
 
10648 Various sources indicate that Sir David's wife was Annabella, daughter of 4th Earl of Strathearn. others specifically contradict this and reports "the evidence is clear that she was the wife of his son Sir Patrick". Family F2703
 
10649 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12903)
 
10650 Very little is known about this John, but records mention he was a half brother of Henry Kirkpatrick .He seems to have obtained illegal possession of Closeburn, Auchinleck, and Newton, in league with Henry ,whilst he,John, was responsible for the guardianship of the rightful heir,his nephew Thomas.

In 1536 the Crown issued a commission to Thomas Kirkpatrick ,to Capture,Try and Punish John Kirkpatrick and "other tenants" of Closeburn.

It wasn't until 1585 that the attempted fraud was straightened out,when 15 gentlemen connected to the family ,determined and proved the correct succession.It was determined that John and Henry had attempted to undermine the minors rights. The fate of John and Henry is unknown. 
KIRKPATRICK, John ,of Alisland (I7188)
 

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