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201 Ancestor also of William, Duke of Cambridge, via his mother. Burnett, Alexander 12th of Leys (I935)
 
202 And married a second time in Jun 1924, after her husband had obtained a divorce from his first wife. Family (F1239)
 
203 Andersons Bay cemetery burial book:
GRANT, Jane, died 24 Nov 1929, age 67, widow, resident of 26 Dundonald Street, born England, 57 years in province, buried 25 Nov. Church of England. Informant Hugh Gourley (undertaker). 
Lynn (Williams), Jane (Jennie) Caterer in Dunedin (I10)
 
204 Andersons Bay cemetery burial book:
LYNN Harriet, died 21 Jul 1927 age 63 years, spinster, resident of 84 Lochend Street, Tainui [home of her sister Bessie], last came from Wyllies Crossing [where she then kept house for her farming brothers], lived 52 years in province, buried 23 Jul. Informant: Hugh Gourley (undertaker). 
Lynn, Harriet (I778)
 
205 Andersons Bay cemetery burial book:
Lynn, Thomas, died 28 Aug 1909, age 72, of old age, farmer, resident of Andersons Bay, born England, last came from England, lived 35 years in province, buried 30 Aug. Informant Thomas Lynn [jr]. Remarks: Cem Bk inf: S. Martin (undertaker).  
Lynn, Thomas (Tom) Dairy farmer and Market gardener at Andersons Bay, Dunedin, Social activist (I777)
 
206 Andersons Bay cemetery burial book: LYNN James, died 8 Jul 1892 age 81 years, of natural decay, farm labourer, resident of Andersons Bay, born England, last came from Berkshire, England [Little Faringdon was then in Berkshire], lived 15 years in province, buried 10 Jul 1892. Informant: Thomas Lynn [son]. Lynn, James Emigrated to join son Tom in Dunedin, NZ (I3743)
 
207 Andersons Bay Cemetery Burial Records:
Surname DONALD
Forename ALEXANDER
Age 80 Years
Gender Male
Date of Death 14 Jul 1936
Last Address 4 EAST AVENUE DUNEDIN
Funeral Director J McLean Ltd
Cemetery ANDERSONS BAY CEMETERY
Location Block 136, Plot 10
Date of Burial 16 Jul 1936
Occupation:- RTD FARMER
Native of:- SCOTLAND
Years in NZ:- 63 (1873)
Place died:- DUNEDIN
The following burials are also in this Plot
SIMMONDS ROSE GALBRAITH 94 Years, Ashes Burial, Died 5 May 1979 [DAUGHTER] 
Donald, Alexander Dairy farmer at Omimi, Seacliff, Otago (I1)
 
208 Andersons Bay Cemetery burial register: Alice May Donald, died 3 Jun 1937 aged 74 years, widow, resident of 4 East Avenue, St Kilda, born Australia, last came from Owaka, lived 70 years in Province [1866/1867], buried 5 Jun. Informant R McLean & Son. Donnelly, Alice May (May) Arrived in Otago in 1867 as a child (I17)
 
209 Andersons Bay Cemetery, Dunedin:
Block 136 Plot 10
Purchased by M. Alice Donald 1936
White marble book - concrete cover over grave
Inscription:
Alexander Donald, died 4 July 1936
Alice May Donald, died 3 June 1937
[Tilleyshort, monumental mason] 
Donald, Alexander Dairy farmer at Omimi, Seacliff, Otago (I1)
 
210 Andersons Bay Cemetery, Dunedin:
Block 136 Plot 10
Purchased by M. Alice Donald 1936
White marble book - concrete cover over grave
Inscription:
Alexander Donald, died 4 July 1936
Alice May Donald, died 3 June 1937
[Tilleyshort, monumental mason] 
Donnelly, Alice May (May) Arrived in Otago in 1867 as a child (I17)
 
211 Andrew must have owned Cappard from the time of his father's death in 1793 until his own death c1800. If he could inherit in 1793, then he was of the age of majority (21 years or over). This gives him a year of birth of c1772 or before. Many pedigrees call him a son by the first marriage of his father; however I have not seen any evidence to support that. His admission as a Freeman is influential is ascribing him as a son by the second marriage.  Galbraith, Andrew 4th of Cappard, "a drunken and indolent young man" (I483)
 
212 Anfield cemetery headstone transcripts:
Large upright sand-stone, rounded top.
In affectionate remembrance /
of /
Minnie Grace, /
the beloved daughter /
of Thomas & Winifred HUGHES, /
who died April 15th 1877, /
aged 1 year & 5 months. /
Also of Winifred, beloved wife of /
Thomas HUGHES, Pilot of this port, /
died September 2nd 1888, /
aged 54 years. /
Also Thomas Lewis, (Pilot) /
son of the above /
Thomas and Winifred HUGHES, /
who died Sept. 16th 1899, aged 30 years. /
Also Richard, the / beloved husband of Annie HUGHES, /
who died Octr. 31st 1901, aged 36 years. 
Hughes, Richard William Grocer's assistant in Liverpool (I43)
 
213 Anfield cemetery headstone transcripts:
Large upright sand-stone, rounded top.
In affectionate remembrance /
of /
Minnie Grace, /
the beloved daughter /
of Thomas & Winifred HUGHES, /
who died April 15th 1877, /
aged 1 year & 5 months. /
Also of Winifred, beloved wife of /
Thomas HUGHES, Pilot of this port, /
died September 2nd 1888, /
aged 54 years. /
Also Thomas Lewis, (Pilot) /
son of the above /
Thomas and Winifred HUGHES, /
who died Sept. 16th 1899, aged 30 years. /
Also Richard, the / beloved husband of Annie HUGHES, /
who died Octr. 31st 1901, aged 36 years. 
-, Winifred (from Merionethshire, Wales) (I46)
 
214 Anglican Sharp, Walter (Wattie) Farm labourer in Canterbury (I751)
 
215 Anglican Cathedral Holy Trinity Church, Quebec City, Quebec: Reid buried - John Reid Esq of the City of Quebec, formerly Prothonotary of the Court of King's Bench in Montreal, aged 75 years, died on 15th and was buried on 18th January in the year of our Lord 1827, by [ -- ] DD Rector of Quebec City. Present James Reid [nephew] and David Ross. Reid, John Prothonotary of the Court of Kings Bench, Montreal, Quebec (I1249)
 
216 Anna was possibly a first cousin of her husband. Urquhart, Anna (I4543)
 
217 Annals of Elgin says William Cumming: was a minister of the Church of England and had a benefice in that country (he married there and had a son William, a Doctor of Medicine). Cumming, William (I212)
 
218 Annie's burial record mentions that she last came from Seacliff and Lawrence. Craig, Anna Muir (Annie) (I5222)
 
219 Another of New Plymouth’s early settlers passed away at an early hour this morning in the person of Mrs. Mary Powell, of Te Henui. The' deceased lady, who Would have been 97 years of age in November, arrived in New Zealand in the ship Arab in 1841, and until quite recently she enjoyed the best of health. She was well known throughout the district and was held in great esteem by a large circle of friends. Her husband died many years ago, but she leaves three grandsons, Messrs. Robert Scrivener, of Auckland, Chas. Scrivener, of Queensland, and Frank Scrivener, of Te Henui, and six great grandchildren. She had a half-brother, Mr. Street, of Nelson.
[Taranaki Herald 24 September 1913] 
Street, Mary arrived in Wellington in 1841 on the Arab (I15)
 
220 Another source says married Thomas Stickney not Joseph Thurston? Kimball, Mehitable (I23)
 
221 Anthony Ashley Cooper, the third Earl of Shaftesbury, lived from 1671 to 1713. He was one of the most important philosophers of his day, and exerted an enormous influence on European thought throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Shaftesbury received less attention in the twentieth century, but in the twenty-first century there has been a significant increase in scholarship on his work.

Shaftesbury believed that humans are designed to appreciate order and harmony, and that proper appreciation of order and harmony is the basis of correct judgments about morality, beauty, and religion. He was at the forefront of developing the idea of a moral sense, of explicating aesthetic experience, of defending political liberty and tolerance, and of arguing for religious belief based on reason and observation rather than revelation or scripture. Shaftesbury thought the purpose of philosophy was to help enable people to live better lives. Towards that end, he aimed to write persuasively and for the educated populace as a whole, deploying a wide variety of styles and literary forms.

[https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/shaftesbury/] 
Cooper, Anthony Ashley 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury, Politician and philosopher (I2503)
 
222 Apparently died a year after his father: https://www.google.co.nz/books/edition/A_History_of_Hampshire_and_the_Isle_of_W/qYxEAQAAMAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=captain+john+lovedon&pg=PA383&printsec=frontcover Loveden, Walter (I2155)
 
223 Appears as Philis. Clearly named after Phillas Walker, 2nd wife of Archibald Dunbar of Thunderton and Duffus. Kay, Phillis died an infant (I337)
 
224 Appears to have been born John Howell, and took the name Abell from his stepfather, John Abell Sr of St Mary's County. Abell, John Howell (I4548)
 
225 Appears to have been born pior to the marriage of her parents. Allison, Janet Martin (I3012)
 
226 Application to Marry in the East Taieri District.
Date of Notice 4th Aug 1888.
Groom: John Sharp, bachelor, labourer, age 32 years, dwelling place Mosgiel [he did not live in the area; a marrying party had to be resident in the district for at least 3 days to apply to marry], length or residence - 3 days.
Bride: Mary Dunbar Taylor, spinster, no calling or profession, age 20 years, dwelling place Mosgiel, length of residence 20 years.
Place where marriage to be solemnised - House of William Taylor of Mosgiel.
Person giving consent in case of a minor: William Taylor, father.
Date of Certificate 4th Aug 1888.
Officiating minister: Rev William Will. 
Family (F17)
 
227 Approaching the Port of Liverpool, navigating the sand banks, shifting sands and the powerful tides of the Irish Sea, Liverpool Bay and the Mersey Estuary has always been a hazardous undertaking.
The 19th century witnessed the significant development of Liverpool as a port of international standing, and consequently to be a pilot was an extremely well established career. The pilots of the Port of Liverpool, as in other ports of the world, were employed to meet and take charge of the navigation of the vessel, ‘well to seaward’ of the bay and river estuary. The pilot provided essential knowledge in navigating sand banks and channels, and manoeuvring vessels through the complex dock system. Outward bound ships would have required the presence of a pilot for the same reasons.  
Hughes, Thomas Master pilot in Liverpool (from Amlwch, Anglesey, Wales) (I45)
 
228 Approx year of birth calculated from 1851 census and place of birth as given in 1851 census (Kiltearn, Ross-shire) Ross, Helen (I255)
 
229 Approx year of birth, as aged 21 in 1793 when he joined the Grant Fencibles.
There is one possible baptism which could be this Hugh and therefore provide the possible parentage of James Rose of Achnatone:
Ardclach baptisms: 24 Apr 1772 Hugh Rose son of Alexander Rose and Elizabeth Falconer in Balnacrig, born 22nd, witnesses Hugh Grant, Tomanarack and Hugh Rose, Balnacrig. 
Rose, Hugh of the Grant Fencibles (I4459)
 
230 Approx. year of birth from age on marriage licence. Jenner, Anne (I1737)
 
231 Approximate year of birth from age on death certificate. Halloran, Elizabeth (I3354)
 
232 Approximation from year of birth of son Thomas (b c 1817) Moroney, John? (I2928)
 
233 Approximation from year of marriage and wife's age at marriage. Possibly the William Collier bp 1728 at nearby Norton St Philip Somerset, son of William and Joan Collier. Collier, William (I1587)
 
234 Approximation only, from year of marriage. Williams, John (I1665)
 
235 Approximation, based the year of his marriage. Donoghue, John Farmer at Drumnacurra, Causeway (I536)
 
236 Approximation. Prendiville, Honora (I537)
 
237 Ardclach baptism register - noted immediately prior to civil registration beginning in 1855: Alexander, lawful son of James Rose, farm servant at Brevail and Christina Grant his wife was born at Dell of Rothiemurchus, parish of Duthil on the 6th and baptised 20th February 1845 in presence of Kenneth Grant and Alexander Mackintosh Rose, Alexander (I1935)
 
238 Ardclach baptism register - noted immediately prior to civil registration beginning in 1855: Catherine, lawful daughter of James Rose, farm servant at Brevail and Margaret Munro his wife was born at Newton of Budgate, parish of Cawdor on the 15th and baptised on the 28th day of November 1850 in presence of Alexander Mackintosh and Donald Fraser Rose, Catherine (I794)
 
239 Ardclach baptism register - noted immediately prior to civil registration beginning in 1855: Isabella, lawful daughter of James Rose, farm servant at Brevail and Margaret Munro his wife was born at Newton of Budgate, parish of Cawdor on the 4th and baptised on the 11th day of January 1853 in presence of James Mackintosh and Donald Grant Rose, Isabella (I793)
 
240 Ardclach baptisms: 1783 James Rose in Achnatone and Jean McArthur his wife had a son born the 20th and baptised the 23rd day of November named Alexander. Witnesses: Mr Alexander Hay, writer in Nairn and Alexander McArthur at [Tery? - unsure, but perhaps Tearie in Dyke?] Rose, Alexander Tenant farmer in Achnatone, Ardclach, Nairn (I711)
 
241 Ardclach baptisms: 1785 James Rose in Achnatone and Jean McArthur his wife had a son born the 6th and baptised the 10th day of July named Colin. Witnesses: Colin Rose and Colin McArthur [perhaps uncles?] Rose, Colin (I1923)
 
242 Ardclach baptisms: 1787 James l.s. to James Rose and Anne [sic] McArthur in Achnatone was born on the 21st and baptised the 22nd day of February. The witnesses were [unhelpfully blank]. Rose, James (I4450)
 
243 Ardclach baptisms: 1796 Hugh l.s. to James Rose and Jane McArthur in Achnatone was born on the 13th and baptised the 20th day of November. Witnesses: Hugh McLeod in Remore and Hugh Rose of the 1st Fencible Regiment [the Grant, or Strathspey Regiment] Rose, Hugh (I1924)
 
244 Ardclach marriages: 1811 Decr 31st There was married Alexander Rose and Catherine Rose, both in this parish. Family (F252)
 
245 Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald 11 April 1868: At Mill-street, Ayr, on the 8th instant, Ann Eaglesham, aged 80 years, relict of Mr Hugh Lyon. Eaglesham, Ann (I3968)
 
246 Area 144 Plot 21. Christian, Constance (I3377)
 
247 Arrived in NZ before 1874 if the same Walter Bridges in the newspaper article (and he may therefore have been sailing between England and NZ), or 1875/6 being dates between last child born in England and first child born in NZ (at Moeraki in 1877). Bridges, Walter Harbour Board employee, drowned at Port Chalmers (I31)
 
248 As a Joan Fairfax is recorded in the Visitation as married to Thomas Clowdisley of Cley Next the Sea, Norfolk and there is:
1. Joan Fairfax married to a Thomas Cooke in 1600 at Cley Next the Sea, and
2. Joan Cooke married to Thomas Clowdisley in (apparently - need to see original source) 14 Sep 1607 in Norfolk ( which date fits with the baptism of daughter Lucy in 1608 at Cley Next the Sea),
then it might appear that the above Joan Fairfax married as a widow to Thomas Clowdisley.

The following litigation might be relevant: Cooke v Fairfax.
Plaintiff: Cooke and others.
Defendant: Fairfax.
Document type: [Bill and answer or answers].
Date: between 1625 and 1660
[National Archives ref. C 2/ChasI/C53/63]

And: Wynne v Cooke.
Plaintiffs: Sir Richard Wynne bart, Sir Edward Leche kt, John Alford and Henry English.
Defendants: Thomas Cooke, Nicholas Fenne, John Fairfax, Roger Manser, Dionise Bucke, George Wood, [unknown] Framingham, [unknown] Goodwin, [unknown] Francis, [unknown] Williamson, [unknown] Thurslowe, [unknown] Holman, [unknown] Cates and [unknown] Johns.
Subject: property in Houghton, Great Walsingham and Little Walsingham etc, Norfolk.
Document type: bill and nine answers
Date: 1645 [National Archives C 8/122/198] 
Fairfax, Joan of Little Walsingham, Norfolk (I4964)
 
249 As Ann was a widow when she married Samuel Insull, Gill was likely her married name rather than her birth surname. Gill, Ann (I1841)
 
250 As directed by his will but name of parish in Berkshire very difficult to read. Sigrey, Richard Yeoman of [-at-ors] Court, Holborn, MIddlesex (London) (I135)
 

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