Shetlanders in Australia.

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1501 Whooping Cough CHRISTIE, Phyllis Margaret (I52821)
 
1502 Whooping Cough LAURENSON, Hance Smith (I47400)
 
1503 Whooping Cough GOODLAD, Anne Newton (I46158)
 
1504 Whooping Cough GOODLAD, Jemima (I39100)
 
1505 Whooping Cough (supposed) POTTINGER, Margaret Ann (I72965)
 
1506 Whooping Cough, Meninigitis HENRY, Maggie Jane (I197636)
 
1507 Whooping Cough, Pneumonia SMITH, James (I197616)
 
1508 Whooping Cough, Tuberculosis GOODLAD, Peter Newton (I46722)
 
1509 Whooping cough. COUTTS, John (I64534)
 
1510 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I264657)
 
1511 William and his wife had 3 children. WILLIAMSON, William (I368225)
 
1512 William and his wife lived in Leith, returning to Shetland on their retirement. JOHNSON, William (I140869)
 
1513 William Arthur Pottinger, is in the record books as being born on 28 December 1883 he always said that he was born on and always celebrated his birthday on 26 December. POTTINGER, William Arthur (I56701)
 
1514 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GOODLAD, William James (I350731)
 
1515 William Johnson was educated at Anderson Institute at Lerwick, and then served a apprenticeship with the Roads Surveyor for Zetland Council. When he had served his time he joined Fife County Council until 1950 when he returned to Shetland as engngineer to Alex. Robertson & Co. for the water supply for Burra Isle which was followed by the Sandwick scheme. In 1955 he returned to the employment of the Zetland County Council as an assistant surveyor. When the Council was reorganised in 1974 the Roads department was split into two, construction and design. At the time of his sudden death he was a deputy director in the design department. JOHNSON, William (I20191)
 
1516 William Sinclair of Underhoull, had a Charter under the Great Seal, as one of the heirs of his father of 57 merks land, including Busta and Weathersta, in the parish of Delting, 32 in Nesting, 21 in Whalsay, 44 merks in Yell, 241, including Underhoull and Uyea, in Unst, 5 in Fetlar, 2 in Bressay, 3 in Aithsting, 6 in Burra, 37 in Whiteness, 48 in Sandsting, and 6 in Dunrossness, totalling 504 merks, on 5th March 1578. As deputy of Cultmalindie he is charged, toghether with his nephew Robert of Ness in 1575 with oppressing the inhabitants of the Isles of Yell and Unst, and 15th February of that year he was ordained to find caution and lawburrows to the parishioners of Unst in the presence of Bartholomew Strang of Voesgarth, William Lauder, Vicar of Yell, Andrew Hawick of Scatsta, and John Denoon, Vicar of Delting. On 7th February 1579 he ganted a charter to his eldest son Francis of the lands which belonged to his late father Olave Sinclair of Brew. SINCLAIR, William of Underhoull (I12803)
 
1517 William Sinclair was a witness to a charter by Nicol Thomason in Blowstay to his father, of lands in Isle of Trondra on 19th April 1615. SINCLAIR, William (I15424)
 
1518 Witness to a charter by Catherine Manson, of lands in Funzie, Fetlar to father, on April 18, 1630. BRUCE, Laurence (I10936)
 
1519 Witness to a sasine in favour of his brother James, 10th December, 1636. MOWAT, Rodger (I49228)
 
1520 Witnesses: Charles and Margaret McDonald (his parents) and Robert and Ann Tait (her parents). Family F40367
 
1521 Witnesses: Robert C. Goodland, Mary Inkster.
Minister: David Gray 
Family F19630
 
1522 Witnesses: Walter W. Leask, Grace Goodlad.
Minister: Robert Paul Fairlie. 
Family F15742
 
1523 Witnesses; Albert Humble and Mabel Newton. Family F229245
 
1524 Witnesses; Arthur Shearer [?] and Mary Jane Kay. Family F21051
 
1525 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F134898
 
1526 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2600
 
1527 Witnesses; James Pottinger and Martha Gilchrist. Family F79943
 
1528 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F77174
 
1529 Witnesses; John R. Watt and Rachel Watt. Family F19294
 
1530 Witnesses; John Riddle and Margaret Ann Forster. Family F97845
 
1531 Witnesses; John Thomson and Emily Kinnaird. Family F19297
 
1532 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F36372
 
1533 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F193674
 
1534 Witnesses; M. S. Coghill and Charlotte I. Taylor. Family F64685
 
1535 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5425
 
1536 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F47080
 
1537 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F172739
 
1538 Witnmesses; Timothy Robson Humble and Dorothy Humble. Family F229011
 
1539 Worked in Butcher's shop with James Williamson Anderson. Joined Merchant Navy in World War One. Lived at Hillend, Mid Yell. ANDERSON, Andrew Robert (I1539)
 
1540 Writer STEWART, David (I68394)
 
1541 “Bussie” line of Cowie family. COWIE, Elizabeth (I222529)
 
1542 “Duncan” line of Watt family. WATT, Robert (I51048)
 
1543 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I30835)
 
1544 “Infant daughter” STOVE, Shane Kathleen (I337607)
 
1545 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MCKENZIE, Jessie (I263955)
 

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