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151 Friend's daughter is researching family tree of her partner, Craig Scully. Muriel is helping her. She found my reference to James Henry Starkie on Ancestry. Source (S169)
 
152 Friend's daughter is researching family tree of her partner, Craig Scully. Muriel is helping her. She found my reference to James Henry Starkie on Ancestry. Source (S828)
 
153 from Finlayson Family Tree on Ancestry TANNAHILL, Agnes Marshall (I7875)
 
154 from Finlayson tree on Ancestry TANNAHILL, Isabella Coventry (I7878)
 
155 From Inchinnan near Paisley Smith, James (I4203)
 
156 George Anthony Foster, 142 Cotswald Crescent, Bury, Lancashire, BL8 1QP, England http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/gafoster/homepage.htm
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157 George Anthony Foster, 142 Cotswold Crescent, Bury, Lancs BL8 1QP, England
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158 George Anthony Foster, 142 Cotswold Crescent, Bury, Lancs BL8 1QP, England
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159 Glasgow City Register of Births Volume 37 page 91

John Tannahill, cowfeeder and Grace Marshall, a lawful daughter Helen Ferguson on 2nd January 1844. Witnesses: Wm. Tannahill, Jas. Marshall.
 
TANNAHILL, Helen Ferguson (I2929)
 
160 Grave 1336 C ENTWISLE, William Henry (I1502)
 
161 Grave 1336 C ENTWISTLE, Doris (I1501)
 
162 grave 788X, SMITH, Elizabeth Susan Catherine (I6611)
 
163 grave no. 27399 square 53 FOSSETT, William (I6425)
 
164 grave no. 27399 square 53 SMITH, Charlotte (I2561)
 
165 grave no. IV.G.4 URE, Andrew (I2879)
 
166 Grave no. XM 17960 TANNAHILL, Jean (I2361)
 
167 Gravestone placed in 1947 BROWN, David (I2049)
 
168 GRO Index: 1871 MAR Mansfield 7b 103 Family F168
 
169 He built 55 Kerr Street, Bridgeton Glasgow (bef 1856) MARSHALL, John (I6103)
 
170 He was an engineer - AMICE - and was a director of St Mirren Football Club until his death. McNAUGHTON, Hugh Vallance (I7779)
 
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1060
 
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3423)
 
173 Her death notice was published in the Liverpool Echo and is transcribed as follows:- October 24th 1975 in Hospital of 44 Sandyville Road, Liverpool 4, age 83 years. Edith May Murray beloved wife of the late Thomas Murray, loving mother of Tom, Winnie and Eileen (Deceased), also in-laws Molly, Jack and Tom. Cherished Nan of all her Grandchildren, and Great Grandchildren. Service and Cremation at Anfield Crematorium, COWEN, Edith May (I2240)
 
174 Hi Eileen,
Think we have a connection my john Robinson c 1780 his son Robert married Eleanor Gerrard Shaws Alley, a sail maker, think johns father was james c 1754 wife Ann bellis
7 children john, william, robert, james, thomas, william &george.

Ian Robinson
Hi Eileen,
Only found james etc last week when we had snow, I have his son John 1780 who was a sailmaker in Shaw's alley, Liverpool, James was a Blacksmith in 1790 Shaw's Alley, and The grandson (Johns son) Robert the only Robinsons in all of Shaw's Alley in 1841 census except his brother Thomas gerrard Robinson 1815 and a george Robinson c1826.
have found in Gores trade directory
who lived in Shaw's alley James lived at 11, there were cowkeepers etc
Roberts son was a cooper and his sones etc

have a tree on GENi
 
Robinson, James (I2087)
 
175 His cousin was the Paisley Poet Robert Tannahill, who was best man at the wedding. TANNAHILL, Robert (I2963)
 
176 His cousin, the Paisley Poet Robert Tannahill, was best man at the wedding. Family F994
 
177 His great aunt Ellen had bequeathed him 25 in her will (1916) but he predeceased her.
killed in action
 
URE, Andrew (I2879)
 
178 His great aunt Ellen had bequeathed him 25 in her will (1916) but he predeceased her. URE, Andrew (I2879)
 
179 His mother had died on 11 December 1906 after giving birth to twin girls on 26 Nov 1906. One of the babies, Mary Jane, died on 29 Nov 1906. Robertson, Charles M (I7718)
 
180 History of Lowell and its people (1920)
Author: Coburn, Frederick William, 1870-
Volume: 6
Subject: Lowell (Mass.) -- History; Lowell (Mass.) -- Biography
Publisher: New York : Lewis Historical Pub. Co.
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: 10124789
Digitizing sponsor: Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: The Library of Congress
Collection: americana 
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181 HMS Pretoria Castle was an armed merchant cruiser and escort aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy that saw service during World War II. She had previously been the ocean liner Pretoria Castle of the Union-Castle Line; built at Harland & Wolff shipyards in Belfast, Northern Ireland and launched in 1938.
She was requisitioned by the Royal Navy in October 1939, and converted to an armed merchant cruiser with 6-inch and 3-inch guns, entering service in November 1939. In this role she served mainly in the South Atlantic.
In July 1942 she was bought outright by the Navy for conversion to an escort carrier at the Swan Hunter shipyards in Tyne and Wear. She was commissioned in this role in July 1943 and was operated as a trials and training carrier, seeing no active combat service.
In 1945 she became part of aviation history when British test pilot Captain Eric "Winkle" Brown landed Bell Airacobra Mk1 on her flight deck - the first carrier landing made using an aircraft with a tricycle undercarriage. This was due to a declared emergency during initial trials for rubber deck landings planned for future carriers.
Post-war, the ship was sold back to the Union-Castle Line in 1946 and converted back to a passenger liner, being renamed the Warwick Castle and operating on routes from England to South Africa. She was eventually sold and scrapped in Barcelona in 1962. 
BROWN, Leslie (I2050)
 
182 http://www.historytalk.org/Notting%20Hill%20History%20Timeline/timelinechap4.pdf ROBERTSON, John Tannahill (I2557)
 
183 Hugh entered the Poorhouse as a paying inmate around April 1879, after being disabled by a fall. His family paid for his keep there. Jessie (Jane) and her husband, Arthur McNaughtan, were living with him in Moss St at the time. Apart from a brief stay in Love St in 1877, Hugh lived and worked all his adult life in Moss St.

Extract from Glasgow Poor Law Applications - D-HEW 10/6/45 No 88 - 3 Feb 1872:
?Hugh Vallance 17 Moss Street states as follows. I was born on the 8 February 1804 in Queen Street, Paisley ... ?.
 
VALLANCE, Hugh (I5822)
 
184 Hugh Mitchell Robertson married Eliza Wilson in the early summer of 1868 in Liverpool. At that time he was a fireman, living at West Derby Workhouse, Rice Lane, Walton. Family F744
 
185 I think I remember our Aunt Marion, but that it long, long since she left this world. She was married to a man whose name was Lemond. Of their family there are two daughters alive, - Mary and Betty. Betty lives in Kilmarnock, is a widow with children. Mary lives in Kilmarnock, - her husband's name is John Dickie. They have no children. TANNAHILL, Marion (I3137)
 
186 I was wondering if your Elizabeth Woodward is the same as mine who married Edward Mundell Mansfield. I found a Elizabeth christened 9 july 1800 Mansfield and buried Mar 1847 nottingham 15/515. Edward remarried mar 1849 to Martha Salmons. 1851 census Edward Mandle 1841 edward Mardell. He died 1853 Nottingham. The christening record shows parents as Thomas Woodward and Ann and Edward's as James Mundel and Alice. MUNDELL, Edward (I1956)
 
187 I well remember our Aunt Mary. She was a kind, amiable woman. Her Husband's name was John Aitken. He was an extensive shoemaker in Kilmarnock. He frequently made contracts with the government to supply part of the army with shoes. He made a deal of money. He died about 20 years ago. At his death our Aunt went to Ayr to live with one of her children. She died about 10 years ago. Of their children there are in life four, - three sons and one daughter. James, John, Hugh, and Jane. TANNAHILL, Mary (I3139)
 
188 If this is son of Samuel and Ellen the ages must be very approximate. SMITH, Charles (I6255)
 
189 If this is son of Samuel and Ellen, the birth dates must be very approximate. Maybe he is a nephew - he is listed at end of family as an apprentice. SMITH, Charles (I6255)
 
190 In 1859 Isabella married Allan Wylie at her home in Glasgow on the same day as the registration of the birth of their first child, John Robertson Tannahill Wylie (he had been born at 8.00 am).. At that time her address was recorded as 176 Kent Road, Glasgow where the marriage took place. Allan was working as an engineer. His address was 401 St Vincent Street.
WHEN, WHERE & HOW MARRIED?
"On the 28th day of April 1859 at 176 Kent Road, Glasgow, marriage (after banns) was solemnised between us according to the forms(?) of the Free Church of Scotland"
Signed by Allan Carmichael Wylie
Signed Isabella Coventry Robertson, her X mark.
AGE: Allan 25, Isabella 24.
OFFICIATING MINISTER: James Henderson, minister of Free St Enoch's
WITNESSES: James ......, David Tannahill 
Family F698
 
191 In 1859 Isabella registered her marriage to Allan Wylie in Glasgow on the same day as the birth of their first child, John Robertson Tannahill Wylie. At that time her address was recorded as 176 Kent Road, Glasgow where the marriage took place. Allan Wylie was registered as father but was not present at the birth. The birth was registered on 6 Jun 1859. WYLIE, John Robertson Tannahill (I2357)
 
192 In 1870 John married Charlotte Fossette in London. His address was 48 Bacceer St, St James', Westminster, London. Charlotte's address was 24 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Witnesses were Selina Fossett (neice of Charlotte's first husband) and J F Clarke (executor of first husband's will).
(Westminster St J. 1a 583 Q1 1870) 
Family F795
 
193 In 1898 she was witness at her sister Jeannie's wedding to Frederick James Ash.
Informant for her mother's death registration in 1937. Living at 19 Dowsefield Lane, Liverpool 8. 
MILTON, Elizabeth Mitchell Ferguson (I2744)
 
194 In 1916 William was named as one of the 2 executors of Ellen Robertson's will. He was living with his wife, Ellen's great niece, in Ellen's house (50, St Hilda Street, off Walton Road, Liverpool 4). He was left 50 in the will. STEVENSON, William (I2992)
 
195 In 1928 she signed receipt for 3 articles of her mother's, on behalf of her sister Elizabeth McMurray (who was in Canada), as stated in Ellen Ferguson Robertson's will. She also received 50 from the will. WYLIE, Isabella Allan (I2210)
 
196 In consequence of the severe indisposition of their father, the two brothers (Robert and Hugh) were written to in Bolton in the latter end of the year 1801 to come home immediately, if they had any desire to see their father in life. In the depth of winter they hurried homewards; and either in the month of December, 1801, or the month of January following, they arrived in Paisley, and attended along with the other members of the family the bedside of a beloved parent in his last illness.

We had great difficulty in fixing the probable date of the time when the father died, as no record of the decease existed; and the interment sheets of the Relief burying-ground of that period had been mislaid or destroyed, and no person had any recollection of the matter. 
TANNAHILL, James (I2951)
 
197 In Nov 1872 Allan, Chief Engineer on the SS Virago, died at sea, of apoplexy at the age of 40.

When he died he was a 2nd class passenger on the SS Bertha. The ship's surgeon James Petrie(?) was in close attendance. Allan died suddenly of apoplexy at noon. At 2.00 pm the body was dressed and prepared for interment. At 5.00 pm the commander (W.B. Lawrence of 38 Lister Street, Hull, certificate no. 74514) read the burial service and committed the body to the deep. Other witnesses were A Lonsdale, chief officer, and James Petrie, surgeon.

Allan's death was registered on 28 Nov 1872 by SS Bertha on her return to London.

(A family memory was that he died of appendicitis. Another family report was that he died off Port Said or Aden and was buried at sea by the captain of another ship.)

On 3rd Nov the SS Bertha passed through Port Said heading for the Mediterranean. She arrived back in London on 21 November 1872 and (probably) to the Clyde by 19 December 1872. The SS Virago arrived on the 7 December. 
WYLIE, Allan Carmichael (I2221)
 
198 In the early spring of 1891 there is a record of a Thomas Banks (born 1811)having died at West Derby. (West Derby Lancashire vol 8b page 489) BANKS, Thomas (I2394)
 
199 Info from Susan Smith BENNETTS, Nicholas Velnoweth (I1056)
 
200 Info. on IGI by Charles David CROMPTON 211 BoodecroftStockbridge Village, Liverpool, Merseyside, L28 4EL, British Isles HALL, James (I459)
 

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