Shetlanders in Australia.

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201 Brain Tumour GRAY, John (I269298)
 
202 Bright’s Disease CLARK, Jessie (I184609)
 
203 Bright’s Disease LEASK, Cecilia (I73783)
 
204 Bright’s Disease HUGHSON, Mary (I64221)
 
205 Bright’s Disease SLATER, Andrina (I56726)
 
206 Bronchitis POTTINGER, Thomas James Andrew (I314458)
 
207 Bronchitis GOODLAD, Catherine (I197637)
 
208 Bronchitis WARD, MacPhail (I192131)
 
209 Bronchitis GOUDIE, Mattie (I183779)
 
210 Bronchitis WILLIAMSON, Barbara (I129460)
 
211 Bronchitis TAIT, Arthur (I69981)
 
212 Bronchitis WILLIAMSON, Molly (I67178)
 
213 Bronchitis INKSTER, Thomas (I56751)
 
214 Bronchitis LAURENSON, Helen (I50695)
 
215 Bronchitis GOODLAD, James (I47187)
 
216 Bronchitis CHRISTIE, Lilias (I44111)
 
217 Bronchitis GOODLAD, Mary (I34795)
 
218 Bronchitis CRAIGIE, Hamilton (I386106)
 
219 Bronchitis CRAIGIE, Hamilton (I3101100)
 
220 Broncho pneumonia, influenza SINCLAIR, Thomas Alexander (I56446)
 
221 Broncho pneumonia, senility CHRISTIE, Agnes (I44107)
 
222 Bronchopneumonia BARR, John Copland (I321905)
 
223 Bronchopneumonia CLARK, William M. (I272123)
 
224 Brought up by Ursula (Cecilia) Christie.
 
ANDERSON, Thomas Laurence (I228530)
 
225 By declaration Family F72925
 
226 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F908
 
227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F23230
 
228 Came to Australia in the early 1900s. GOODLAD, Matthew (I39078)
 
229 Came to Foula with Laurence his father. UMPHRAY, John (I51537)
 
230 Came to Shetland in 1571. BRUCE, Laurence (I9263)
 
231 Came to Shetland in 1667. John received a considerable property of land in Yell, Unst and Fetlar when he married Ursula. Shortly after she died he sold all this property and left Shetland. ROSS, John of Lund (I15543)
 
232 Cancer GOODLAD, William (I224715)
 
233 Cancer INKSTER, Kate (I78637)
 
234 Cancer SCOLLAY, Barbara Ann (I1835)
 
235 Canoe accident CUMMING, Robert Angus (I216523)
 
236 Captain A Sutherland.
The death recently of Captain Arthur Sutherland marked the passing of one more of the dwindling group of master mariners who learned their profession in sail and then in steam.
Captain Sutherland was born in the Shetland Isles in 1874, and spent his early years in sailing ships around Cape Horn. He had an encyclopaedic knowledge of the ports on both coasts of North and South America, India, the Far East, and the west coast of Africa, and enjoyed the diverse experiences of sailing several hundred miles up the Amazon to Manaos and taking the 14-day rail journey from Vladivostok to Hamburg. He was wounded in 1917 when his ship was torpedoed. Subsequently he commmmanded American Troop Transports. He came to New Zealand in 1934, assisted at Captain Gifford's navigation school in Panama Street and was later on the Chatham islands run in the steamer Tees. He wa a member of the R.S.A. and took an active part in its affairs during the depression.
Captain Sutherland's first wife pre-deceased him several years ago. He is survived by his widow, two sons (Messrs W. J. Sutherland, Wellington and P. Sutherland, Upper Hutt), a daughter (Mrs C. M. Renner, Paekakariki) and also grandchildren.
(Obituary, newspaper in Wellington, New Zealand) 
SUTHERLAND, Arthur (I31988)
 
237 Captain William Sinclair was witness to the attempt of Laurence Bruce of Cultmalindie to murder Arthur Sinclair if Aith at Scalloway in 1575. Witness to the contract of marriage between his brother Hugh's daughter Margaret to Andrew Bruce, son of Laurence Bruce of Cultmalindie dated 2nd October 1589 at Tresta, Fetlar. . On 25th September 1594 at Edinburgh, a Discharge by William, lawful son and one of the heirs of his father Henry, to Hugh Sinclair of Brough, his elder brother for 400 merks, being the final payment of a greater sum paid by Hugh to William for his "brother part of the lands of Strom...". SINCLAIR, William (I14336)
 
238 Captain, ss ‘Arran More’. POTTINGER, Captain James (I56780)
 
239 Car accident JAMIESON, Magnus Alexander (I233534)
 
240 Car accident BAIN, Malcolm Sinclair (I158243)
 
241 Car accident SMITH, John James (I126040)
 
242 Car accident ANDERSON, Janet (I122560)
 
243 Car accident CHRISTIE, Lillian Margaret (I79166)
 
244 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHRISTIE, Robert Thomas (I78844)
 
245 Carcinoma of ovary INKSTER, Williamina (I106708)
 
246 Cardiac Failure ANDERSON, Thomas (I208464)
 
247 Cardiac Failure FULLERTON, Jessie Jemima (I41760)
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I257908)
 
249 Catherine married James Tulloch in Shetland (later div.) and adopted a son James who died a young man. She worked most of her life in Shetland, her early days at the fishng. An expert Fair Isle and lacy pattern knitter. Her final years were spent in a tenament house which she owned at 15 Claremont Place, Aberdeen. DUNCAN, Catherine (I42444)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I251246)
 

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