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51 1862 births in the District of Kyneton in the Colony of Victoria:
Alice May Donnelly (not present), born Nov 5th 1862 at Carlsruhe
Father William Donnelly, engineer, age 30, birth place Limerick, Ireland.
Married 1859 Nov 5th at Kyneton [sic], issue living and deceased William Henry, 3 months [decd].
Mother Rosannah Galbraith, widow of James Belliss, age 28, birth place Galway, Ireland
Informant William Donnelly, engineer, residence Carlsruhe, father of child.
Witnesses: no medical attendant, Mrs Pennington, certified by father.
Registered 1862 Dec 26th at Kyneton. 
Donnelly, Alice May (May) Arrived in Otago in 1867 as a child (I17)
 
52 1862 deaths in the district of Anderston in the burgh of Glasgow: Elizabeth Leithhead, widow of Thomas Leithhead coach builder master, died 2 July 1862 at 6.10am at 68 North Street, Anderston, Glasgow, female, aged 59 years, father - Andrew joiner decd, mother Janet Andrew maiden surname Hay decd, died of chronic bronchitis 5 months (certified), informant William Laught, son-in-law, 57 West Bothwell Street. Andrew, Elizabeth (I821)
 
53 1863 births in the parish of Daviot & Dunlichity in the county of Inverness: Agnes Janetta Ross, on 20 November 1863 at 2am at Balvonie, Daviot, female, father William Ross, gamekeeper, mother Jessie Ross maiden surname McDonald, married 1863 Febry 12th Leys Castle, signed William Ross, father, not present at birth. Ross, Agnes Janetta (I4200)
 
54 1863 deaths in the parish of Ardclach in the county of Nairn: Catherine Rose, married to Alexander Rose, farmer. Died 9 Feb 1863 at 1.30am at Achnatone, Ardclach, female age 78, father John Rose farmer, mother Margaret Rose m.s.Clunas. Cause of death unknown (not certified). Informant Alexander Rose, son. Rose, Catherine (I712)
 
55 1863 deaths in the parish of [Tron?] Church in the Burgh of Paisley:
Elizabeth Ewing, winder, single
Died 8 Mar 1863 at 2pm at 15 Prussia Street, Paisley
Female, age 72 yrs
Father James Ewing, weaver, decd
Mother Margaret Ewing, maiden surname Baird, decd
Died of Debility (1 year)(certified)
Informant Margaret Ewing [nee Sproul] sister in law, Brediland, Abbey parish, Paisley
Registered 9 Mar 1863 
Ewing, Elizabeth Winder in Paisley (I430)
 
56 1863 Marriage solemnized at the parish church in the parish of Langford in the county of Berks on 14 March 1863
Thomas Lynn, full age, bachelor, labourer, residence Little Faringdon, father James Lynn labourer
Priscilla Williams, full age, spinster, residence Little Faringdon, father James Williams labourer
Signed Thomas Lynn, Priscilla Williams X her mark
Witnesses Joseph Lynn [elder brother of Tom], Ann Lewis [niece of Priscilla?] 
Family (F265)
 
57 1863 marriages in the parish of Croy & Dalcross in the county of Inverness: married 12 February 1863 at Leys, after banns according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland, (signed) William Ross, gamekeeper, Rosehaugh, bachelor, age 26, usual residence Rosehaugh, father Alexander Ross labourer, mother Ann Ross maiden surname Campbell
(signed) Jessie Macdonald, spinster, age 22, usual residence Leys, father Duncan Macdonald gardener, mother Jessie Macdonald maiden surname Noble
by (signed) George MacKay, minister of Free North Church, Inverness
Witnesses John Macpherson, Donald Mac[b]ain 
Family (F1674)
 
58 1864 deaths in the district of Forres in the county of Elgin: Catherine Grant, widow of Peter Grant labourer, died 23 Dec 1864 at 10.05am at 130 North Back Street, Forres, age 69, father William McKenzie crofter decd, mother Margaret McKenzie m.s. McDonald decd, cause of death weakness from old age (certified), informant Elizabeth Grant, daughter, present at death.  McKenzie, Catherine (I14)
 
59 1864 deaths in the district of High Church in the burgh of Glasgow: Mary Mair, widow of James Mair blacksmith decd, died 15 May 1864 at 9.30pm at 141 Great Eastern Road, Glasgow, female age 78 [sic] years, father Robert [sic] Lees coalmasters clerk decd, mother Mary Lees maiden surname Dykes [sic], died of old age, no medical attendant, informant Thomas Robertson, son in law, present at death. Lees, Mary (I807)
 
60 1865 deaths in the district of Hutchestown in the burgh of Glasgow: Janet Findlay, married to James Findlay boilermaker's labourer, died 25 feb 1865 at 2.30am at 183 Main Street, Glasgow, female, age 40 years, father John Leithhead handloom weaver decd, mother Isabella Leithhead maiden surname McDonald decd, died of general anasarca[?] 2 months (certified), informant James Findlay, widower, present at death. Leithhead, Janet (I4070)
 
61 1866 deaths in the district of Anderston in the Burgh of Glasgow: John Leithhead, coach painter (journeyman), single, died 14 April 1866 at 68 North Street, Glasgow, male, aged 27 years, father Thomas Leithhead coachbuilder, decd, mother Elizabeth Leithhead maiden surname Andrew decd, died of [-?] abcess six months (certified), informant David Leithhead, brother, present at death. Leithhead, John Coach painter in Glasgow (I4003)
 
62 1867 Newspaper: MARRIAGES - At 50 Bridge Street, on the 12th inst., by the Rev Robert Bremner, Mr David Leithhead, to Christina, youngest daughter of Mr Thomas Robertson. Family (F216)
 
63 1869 deaths in the Parish of Fordoun in the Country of Kincardine: Ann Donald, itinerant vendor of confectioneries, single, pauper, died 1 Feb 1869 at Auchinblae, parish of Fordoun, female, age 97, father William Donald soldier decd, mother Peggie Donald maiden surname Abernethy decd, died of bronchitis 12 days (certified by James Henderson, Surgeon), informant Ro[---] [Bruce or Burns?], Inspector of poor, Auchinblae, not present at death. Donald, Ann Sweet seller in Fordoun (I76)
 
64 1870 District of Tradeston in the burgh of Glasgow: Thomas Robertson, ironmoulder (journeyman), (married to Catherine Cameron, previously to Elizabeth Jamieson), died 24 Sep 1870 at 50 Bridge Street, Glasgow, male, age 72 years, father William Robertson farmer decd, mother Euphemia Robertson maiden surname Thomson decd, cause of death (supposed) heart affliction, died suddenly, no medical attendant, informant Robert Robertson, son. Robertson, Thomas Ironmoulder in Tradeston, Glasgow (I822)
 
65 1871 deaths in the District of Holytown, Parish of Bothwell, county of Lanark:
Jessie Donald, single, died 24 Jul 1871 at 10am at Omoa Foundry, Parish of Bothwell, female, age 21 years, father David Donald carter, mother Jane Donald maiden surname Robb, died of bronchial pneumonia 7 weeks (no medical attendant), informant David Donald, father, present at death. 
Donald, Jessie died young (I73)
 
66 1871 deaths in the Parish of Logie Pert in the County of Forfar: James Donald, pauper formerly crofter, married to Janet Smith, died 28 Feb 1871 at 0:30am at Hill of Craigo, Logie Pert, male, age 80, father William Donald weaver decd, mother Margaret Donald maiden surname Abernethy decd, died of decay of old age (no medical attendant), informant J Lyall, Inspector of Poor, Hill of Craigo by Montrose, not present at death.
 
Donald, James Crofter in Logie Pert, Angus (I7)
 
67 1871 marriages solemnised at the parish church in the parish of Minster Sheppey in the county of Kent on 30 May 1871:
Thomas Lade, age 26, bachelor, mariner, residence Sheerness, father James Lade labourer
Ann Hill, age 18, spinster, residence Sheerness, father Edward Charles Hill boot & shoemaker
Signed: Thomas Lade, Ann Hill
Witnesses: Samuel Brewer, H C Crooks 
Family (F211)
 
68 1872 deaths in the district of Abertarff in the county of Inverness: Donald Fraser, pauper (formerly a ploughman) married to Sarah Mason, male, age 86, father Donald Fraser, crofter, decd, mother Elizabeth Fraser maiden surname unknown decd, died of old age (not certified), informant Janet Stoddart X her mark, daughter. Fraser, Donald Ploughman, Glendobeg, Boleskine (I101)
 
69 1872 deaths in the parish of Monkton in the county of Ayr: James Robertson, shoemaker, married to Anne McMurran, died 21 January 1872 at 11.30pm at New Prestwick, male, age 59 years, father William Robertson coalminer decd, mother Euphemia Robertson maiden surname Thomson decd, died of cardiac disease unknown period (certified), informant George Robertson, son, present at death. Robertson, James Shoemaker in New Prestwick, Ayrshire (I4145)
 
70 1873 deaths in the district of Brosna: died 13 Sep 1873 at Toureenflugh, Michael Ganey, age 4, farmer's child, died of croup (2 days), no medical attendant, informant Michael Barrett x his mark, residence Toreenflugh, present at death. Geaney, Michael died young (I512)
 
71 1873 deaths in the district of Brosna: died 14 Dec 1873 at Toureenflugh, Mary Geaney, age 2, farmer's child, died of excema of the head (one month), no medical attendant, informant Mary Geaney x her mark [mother], residence Toreenflugh, present at death. Geaney, Mary died young (I516)
 
72 1873 deaths in the parish of Ardclach, county of Nairn: Alexander Rose, farmer, widower of Catherine Rose, died 14 Jun 1873 at Achnatone, parish of Ardclach, male, age 91 years [sic], father James Rose farmed decd, mother Jane Rose m.s. McArthur decd, died of old age, no medical attendant, informant Alex Rose, son, present at death. Rose, Alexander Tenant farmer in Achnatone, Ardclach, Nairn (I711)
 
73 1873 Deaths in the Parish of Eastwood in the County of Renfrew:
Janet Sproul, married to James Sproul, Cotton Bleacher,
died 24 Aug 1873 at 53 Herriet Street, Pollockshaws
female, age 72 years
Father Gavin Chapman, Agricultural labourer (decd)
Mother Margaret Chapman, maiden surname Neilson (decd)
Died of Old age and Diabetes (2.5 years) (not certified)
Informant James Sproul, widower, present at death
Registered 25 Aug 1873 at Pollockshaws 
Chapman, Janet (I1227)
 
74 1873 deaths in the Parish of Kirriemuir in the County of Forfar: Janet Donald, widow of James Donald farmer, died 7 Aug 1873 at 8am at Southmuir, female, age 80, father James Smith crofter decd, mother Catherine Smith maiden surname Birnie decd, died of British cholera (certified by C J Mil[n], Surgeon), informant John Donald, grandson and occupier, present at death. Smith, Janet (Jessie) died of cholera (I6)
 
75 1873 deaths in the parish of Sorn in the county of Ayr: Mary Cameron, widow of George Cameron mason, died 1 September 1873 at 9am at Sorn village, female, age 77 years, father John Falconer forester decd, mother Janet Falconer maiden surname Young decd, died of old age & frailty (not certified), informant James McGhee, son-in-law, Sorn village. Falconer, Mary (I4102)
 
76 1875 deaths in the district of Abertarff in the county of Inverness: Sarah Fraser, married to Donald Fraser agricultural labourer, died 30 May 1875 at 9am at Bunoich, Abertarff, female, age 78 years, father Patrick Mason farmer decd, mother Janet Mason maiden surname McDonald decd, died of old age (not certified), informant Janet Stoddart x her mark, maiden surname Fraser, daughter, present at death. Mason, Sarah (Morag) (I102)
 
77 1877 Deaths in the District of Brosna: Died 22 Mar 1877 at Toureenflugh, Michael Geaney, male, age 74, farmer, congestion of the lungs (3 days) uncertified, informant John Sullivan x his mark, Toureengoun.  Geaney, Michael Farmer in Knocknadarriv townland, Brosna, Kerry (I527)
 
78 1877 deaths in the District of Burgh Parishes in the Burgh of Paisley:
John Ewing, shawl weaver, married to Margaret Sproul
Died 29 May 1877 at 1.50pm at 72 Causeyside Street, Paisley (usual residence Brediland Moor)
Male, age 77 yrs
Father John [sic - James] Ewing, shawl weaver, decd
Mother Agnes [sic - Margaret] Ewing, maiden surname Baird, decd
Died of Heart disease (supposed), sudden (not certified)
Informant: Adam Ewing, son, 2 Queen Street. 
Ewing, John Shawl weaver in Bredilandmoor, Paisley (I54)
 
79 1877 deaths in the parish of Duffus in the county of Elgin: Margaret Fraser, married to Peter Fraser shepherd, died 12am at High Street, New Duffus, Duffus, female, age 46 years, father Alexander Ross gardener decd, mother Ann Ross maiden surname McIver decd, died of consumption of lungs 14 months (not certified), informant Peter Fraser, widower, present at death. Ross, Margaret Straw bonnet maker (I99)
 
80 1878 births in the parish of Dyke in the county of Elgin: Charles Fraser, illegitimate, born 16 Nov 1878 at Tearie Lodge, Dyke, Elginshire, male, father Donald Fraser journeyman mason, mother Margaret Rose domestic servant, informants Margaret Rose mother, Donald Fraser Village of Duffus, Parish of Duffus, regtd 8 Dec 1878 at Dyke.  Fraser, Charles Quarryman in Nairn (I788)
 
81 1878 Deaths in the District of Govan Church in the County of Lanark:
James Sproul, Operative Bleacher, Widower of Janet Chapman
died 26 Mar 1878 at 106 Eaglesham Street
male, age 76 years
Father William Sproul, operative bleacher (decd)
Mother Margaret Sproul maiden surname Hamilton (decd)
Died of General debility by reason of age (3 mpnths) (certified)
Informant William Sproul, son, Govanhall, Pollockshaws
Registered 27 Mar 1878 at Govan 
Sproul, James Bleacher in Mearns, Renfrew (I414)
 
82 1880 deaths in the district of Gorbals in the county of Lanark: Ann Christie, married to David Row Christie commission agent, died 10 Jul 1880 at 12 Garturk Street, Govanhill, female, age 54 years, father James Gordon wright (journeyman) decd, mother Janet Gordon maiden surname Arthur decd, died of pernicious anaemia (certified), informant D R Christie, widower, present at death. Gordon, Ann (I4271)
 
83 1880 marriages in the parish of Dyke in the County of Elgin:
On 3 December 1880 at Tearie Lodge, parish of Dyke, after publication according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland
Donald Fraser, journeyman mason, bachelor, age 26, usual residence Acre Street Nairn, parents Peter Fraser shepherd and Margaret Fraser m.s. Rose (deceased)
Margaret Rose, domestic servant, spinster, age 22, usual residence Tearie Lodge, parish of Dyke, parents James Rose, garden labourer and Margaret Rose m.s. Munro
Witnesses John McEwan and Margaret Stewart 
Family (F48)
 
84 1881 deaths in the district of Kelvin in the burgh of Glasgow: Margaret Haddow, married to Alexander Haddow shirt buyer, died 12th December 1881 at 5pm at 78 Napiershall Street, Glasgow, female, age 39 years, father Thomas Leithhead coachbuilder decd, mother Elizabeth Leithhead decd, died of disease of the heart 4 months (certified), informant Alexander Haddow, widower, present at death. Leithhead, Margaret (Maggie) (I4001)
 
85 1882 Deaths in the District of Waikouaiti:
David Donald, farmer, died 23 Feb 1882 at Merton, age 68, cause of death dyspepsia and nephritis (about 2 years), diarrhoea (8 days) last seen by Dr William Brown 16 Jan 1882, father James Donald farmer, mother Jane [Carnagie?] [sic], buried 25 Feb 1882 at Merton, witnesses at burial Thomas White and John McKeen, born Brechin, Forfarshire, Scotland, 9 years in NZ, married at Montrose, Scotland to Jane Robb, 2 sons and 1 daughter living, informant Alexr Donald, son, residence Merton.  
Donald, David Emigrated to NZ, farmer at Merton, Otago (I2)
 
86 1884 deaths in the parish of Dyke on the county of Elgin: James Rose, Garden labourer, married to Margaret Munro and formerly to Christian Grant, died 2 May 1884 at 6.15am at Tearie Lodge, Dyke, Elginshire, male, age 65 years, father Alexander Rose farmer decd, mother Catherine Rose m.s. Rose decd, cause of death disease of liver, jaundice (certified), informant Margaret Rose, widow, present at death. Rose, James Garden labourer at Darnaway Castle, Dyke, Moray (I100)
 
87 1884 Deaths in the Parish of Laurencekirk in the County of Kincardine: James Donald, hotelkeeper, married to Christian Mitchell, formerly to Catherine Watt, died 12 Apr 1884 at 3pm at Royal Hotel, Laurencekirk, male, age 59, father James Donald farmer decd, mother Janet Donald maiden surname Smith decd, died of haemoptysis (4 years), aneurism (2 days) (certified by H Walker), informant James L Neill, son-in-law. Donald, James Hotelkeeper in Laurencekirk, Kincardine (I77)
 
88 1888 deaths in the district of Plantation in the county of Lanark: David Row Christie, commission agent (widower of Ann Gordon), died 13 Mar 1888at 6.30am at 116 McLellan Street, Govan, male, age 66, father David Christie shoemaker decd, mother Elizabeth Christie maiden surname Reynolds decd, died of gangrene (senile) 4 months and bronchitis (certified), informant D A Christie, son, present at death.  Christie, David Row Hosiery commission agent in Glasgow (I4264)
 
89 1888 deaths in the district of Tradeston in the county of Lanark: Catherine Robertson, widow of Thomas Robertson (ironmoulder (journeyman)), died 6 Feb 1888 at 4.30am at 128 West Street, Glasgow, female age 79 years, father John Cameron farmer decd, mother Margaret Cameron maiden surname Thomson decd, died of general debility (medical attendant), informant Robert Robertson, son, 125 Alexander Parade, Glasgow. Cameron, Catherine (I823)
 
90 1891 Deaths in the District of Paisley in the County of Renfrew:
John Sproul, cotton weaver, single
died 8 Jun 1891 at 1.25am at Abbey Poorhouse, Paisley
Male, age 73
Father William Sproul, weaver, decd
Mother Janet Sproul, maiden surname Hamilton, decd
Died of: "Age" (certified)
Informant: [T.] Mitchell, Governor's Clerk 
Sproul, John Weaver in Paisley (I420)
 
91 1891 deaths in the parish of Croy & Dalcross in the county if Inverness: William Ross, Gamekeeper (Head), married to Jessie McDonald, died 26 December 1891 at 3.30pm on road about 400 yards above Upper Balfrish, Croy (Nairnshire), male, age 55 years, father Alexander Ross gardener decd, mother Ann Ross maiden surname Campbell decd, died of (supposed) disease of heart aboiut 3 hours, no medical attendant, informant [-? ] Ross, son, 1 Victoria Place, Banff. Ross, William Gamekeeper in Croy (I4198)
 
92 1891 deaths in the parish of Sorn in the county of Ayr: Janet Cameron, widow of John Cameron mason (journeyman), died 14 Dec 1891 at 4.30pm at High Brocklar, female, age 78 years, father John McFarlane coal miner decd, mother Grace McFarlane maiden surname Gibson decd, died of chronic bronchitis 2 years (certified), informant John Cameron, son, present at death. McFarlane, Janet (I4119)
 
93 1892 deaths in the district of Elgin in the county of Elgin: Marion Grant (married to William McKenzie Grant, Draper (Master)), died 5th January 1892 at 11.30pm at Moray House, Moray Street, Elgin, female, age 57 years, father James Gordon tobacconist (Master) decd, mother Janet Gordon maiden surname Arthur decd, died of influenza 20 days (certified), informant W M GRant, son, present at death. Gordon, Marion (I106)
 
94 1894 marriages in the district of Maryhill in the county of Lanark: married on 21st December 1894 at the Conservative Hall, 612 Galbraid Street, Glasgow, after banns according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church.
John Boyd, waterproof cutter, bachelor, age 23, usual residence 295 Galbraid Street, Glasgow, father Robert Boyd canal lock-keeper, mother Louisa Boyd maiden surname Crawford decd.
Christina Robertson Leithhead, upholstery saleswoman, spinster, age 23, usual residence 79 Galbraid Street, Glasgow, father David leithhead upholsterer (master), mother Christina Leithhead maiden surname Robertson.
William Sinclair, U. P. minister, Glasgow.
Witnesses William Ritchie Paul, Jennie [sic?] Hay Leithhead [sister of bride]. 
Family (F1563)
 
95 1895 Deaths in the Parish of Logie Pert in the County of Forfar: William Donald, mill worker (fireman), widower of Anne Christie, died 17 Jan 1895 at 8am at Craigo, Logie Pert, male, age 74 years, father James Donald crofter decd, mother Janet Donald maiden surname Smith, died of feeble heart, bronchial catarrh (cert by James Stirling Robertson MBCM), informant Alex Donald, son. Donald, William Flax mill worker in Montrose (I59)
 
96 1896 deaths in the District of Paisley and County of Renfrew:
Margaret Ewing, widow of John Ewing shawl weaver
Died 13 Jun 1896 at Brediland Moor, Paisley
Female, age 87,
Father: William Sproul bleachfield worker decd
Mother Janet Sproul maiden surname Chapman decd [sic: Janet Chapman was in fact the wife of Margaret's oldest brother William Sproul. Adan Ewing the informant was confused]
Died of senile decay, diarrhoea (8 days) (certified)
Informant: Adam Ewing, son, 17 John Street. 
Sproul, Margaret of Bredilandmoor, Paisley (I55)
 
97 1901 marriages in the district of Inverness in the county of Inverness: on 14th June 1901 at 15 Huntly Street, Inverness [home of Janet's mother] after Banns according to the forms of the Free Church of Scotland.
Angus McMillan (signed), joiner journeyman, bachelor, age 27, usual residence 67 Castle Street, Inverness, father Roderick McMillan farmer decd, mother Elizabeth McMillan maiden surname Macgillivray.
Jessie Fraser, domestic servant, spinster, age 30 [sic], usual residence 15 Huntly Street, Inverness, father Archibald Fraser shepherd decd, mother Margaret Fraser maiden surname Cameron.
Signed Murdo Mackenzie minister Free North Church, Inverness
Witnesses John Brown, Annette [Colli--rs?]
 
Family (F1722)
 
98 1903 deaths in the district of Forres in the county of Elgin: Isabella Anderson, widow of James Anderson farm servant, died 24 Aug 1903 at 10pm at 16 St Leonard's Road, Forres, female, age 81 years, father William Munro labourer decd, mother Isabella Munro m.s. Rose decd, cause of death old age and general decay (certified), informant D Stuart, son-in-law, present at death. Munro, Isabella (I3133)
 
99 1903: RILEY.—On' the 22nd March, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Wm. Wallace, 167 Maclaggan street, Lucy, the beloved wife of James Riley; aged 74 years. Flowers respectfully declined. Dickson, Lucy (I20)
 
100 1904 deaths in the district of Fort Augustus in the county of Inverness: Alexander Fraser, farm servant, single, male, age 68, father Donald Fraser gardener decd, mother Sarah Fraser maiden surname Masson decd, died of melancholia (certified), informant Sarah Mackintosh, niece, present at death. Fraser, Alexander Ghillie in Fort Augustus (I1983)
 

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