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Scan 59
Scan 59
Photographer - Penny of Huntly 
 
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Scan 61
Scan 61
Photogarapher - John Penny of Huntly
(Photo taken circa 1877-78. source 'flst' rootschat) 
 
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Scan 63, possibly the same little boy as in scan 61, only a bit older.
Scan 63, possibly the same little boy as in scan 61, only a bit older.
Photographer - John Penny of Huntly
(Photo taken circa 1877-78. source 'flst' rootschat) 
 
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Scan 65
Scan 65
Photographer - Bannister & Co, of Newcastle-On-Tyne. 
 
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Scan 67
Scan 67
Photographer - Morgan, of 393 Union Street, Aberdeen. 
 
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Scan 68
Scan 68
Photographer - Middleton's Art Studio, 181 King Street, Aberdeen. 
 
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Scan 70
Scan 70
Photographer - E Macpherson, of Elgin, N.B. 
 
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Scan 71
Scan 71
Photographer - Robert Stewart, of 153 High Street, Elgin, N.B 
 
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Scan 73
Scan 73
Photographer - Stewart, of Elgin, N.B.  
 
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Scan 74
Scan 74
Photographer - Robert Stewart, of Elgin, N.B. 
 
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Scan 78
Scan 78
Photographer - Robert Stewart, of High St, Elgin N.B.  
 
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Scan 80
Scan 80
Photographer - Robert Stewart, of Elgin, N.B.  
 
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Scan 82
Scan 82
 
 
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Scan 83
Scan 83
 
 
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Scan 84
Scan 84
 
 
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Scan 85
Scan 85
Photographer - O Davis, 16 Princes St, Edinburgh 
 
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Scan 86, Possibly James W Day, as in scan 42.
Scan 86, Possibly James W Day, as in scan 42.
Photographer - D Thorburn, of Auchencairn 
 
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Scan 87
Scan 87
 
 
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Scan 88, Appears to be the same person as Scan 90 & 92
Scan 88, Appears to be the same person as Scan 90 & 92
Photographer - John Hardie, of Aberdeen
Appears to be an early photograph. 
 
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Scan 90
Scan 90
Photographer - G Penny of Duke St, Huntly.
Same person as Scan 88 & 92 
 
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Scan 92, Appears to be the same person as Scan 90 & 88
Also he is wearing a Masonic Lodge Badge.
Scan 92, Appears to be the same person as Scan 90 & 88 Also he is wearing a Masonic Lodge Badge.
Photographer - Imperial Studio, 225 Carrall St, Vancouver, B.C. (Bristish Columbia) 
 
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Scan 94
Scan 94
Portrait drawn 25th September 1899 
 
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Scan 95
Scan 95
 
 
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Scan 96
Scan 96
Photographer - Robert Stewart, of 135 & 137 High St, Elgin, N.B.  
 
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Scan 98, possibly the same person as in Scan 86
Scan 98, possibly the same person as in Scan 86
Photographer - William Hay,South Guildry St, Elgin. 
 
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Scan 99 
Peter Addison

Possibly the same person as in scan 57
Scan 99 Peter Addison Possibly the same person as in scan 57
Photographer - William Clark, of Low Street, Buckie, N.B.  
 
2227
School Committee - Mr Bundesen
School Committee - Mr Bundesen
 
 
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Scobie 'Ian' Arnott, Jr
Scobie "Ian" Arnott, Jr
Scobie "Ian" Arnott, Jr
Birth: Aug. 21, 1957
Winchester
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Sep. 5, 2013
Gering
Scotts Bluff County
Nebraska, USA

Scobie"Ian"Arnott
Aug 21,1957-Sept 5,2013

Scobie "Ian" Arnott Jr., 56, passed away September 5, 2013 at his home in Gering Ne. A private viewing will be held September 9, 2013, a Memorial Service will be held at Dugan Kramer Funeral Chapel. Burial services will follow at West Lawn Cemetery in Gering Ne. Ian was born on August 21, 1957 in Winchester Ma., the son of Scobie Arnott Sr. and Marilyn (Maxon) Arnott. He attended Ensworth School in Nashville TN and later attended Gering High School. He managed and then owned Arnott's Hardware Lawn and Garden Center in Gering where he dedicated 17 years of his life. He eventually returned to school and attended Aims Community College in Greeley CO where he obtained his Associates degree in Criminal Justice.He was married to the late Ivanda "Ivy" Arnott for 17 years and together they had two children Krystal (Arnott) Rodriguez and Scobie Arnott III.
He took any opportunity to spend time with his grandchildren Adryana, Alyck, and Maxon. In addition he had various hobbys such as photography, and coin collecting.
Survivors include his daughter Krystal (Arnott) and Jason Rodriguez and their children Adryana and Alyck of Scottsbluff; son Scobie and Mary (Mumm) Arnott III and child Maxon of Scottsbluff; father Scobie Arnott Sr. of North Carolina formally of Scottsbluff; brother Russel Arnott of Washington; brother Carl and Kim Arnott and their children the quadruplets Brooke, Brittany, Brianne, and Campbell of North Carolina formally of Mitchell; brother Keith and Becky Arnott and children Collin and Teige of North Carolina; brother Roger and Jamie Arnott and children Sydney and Hallie of North Carolina.He was preceded in death by his mother Marilyn (Maxon) Arnott as well as his maternal and paternal grandparents.


Family links:
Parents:
Scobie Arnott (1929 - ____)
Marilyn Maxon Arnott (1928 - 1996)

Spouse:
Ivanda R. Arnott (1958 - 2004)

Burial:
West Lawn Cemetery
Gering
Scotts Bluff County
Nebraska, USA

Created by: David Goltry
Record added: Sep 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 116807527 
 
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Scobie Arnott, Sen.
Scobie Arnott, Sen.
Scobie Arnott, Sr
Birth: Sep. 23, 1929
Death: unknown
Family links:
Children:
Scobie Arnott (1957 - 2013)*
Burial:
Mitchell Cemetery, Mitchell, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska, USA
Plot:
Created by: Michael Gompert
Record added: Mar 07, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18288849

Belva Arnott, Bee
Birth: Dec. 9, 1933
Death: unknown
Inscription:
Married 1-29-1999
Burial:
Mitchell Cemetery
Mitchell
Scotts Bluff County
Nebraska, USA
Plot:
Created by: Michael Gompert
Record added: Mar 07, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18288850 
 
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Sea Hurricanes on the elevator of HMS Avenger, 1942
Sea Hurricanes on the elevator of HMS Avenger, 1942
 
 
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Sergeant Mervin Lee Berthelsen
Sergeant Mervin Lee Berthelsen
Sergeant Mervin Lee Berthelsen
Birth: unknown
Death: Mar. 28, 1944

Inscription:
Royal Australian Air Force

Note: 426451

Burial:
Perth War Cemetery and Annex
Nedlands
Nedlands City
Western Australia, Australia
Plot: N.C.15.

Maintained by: IWPP Custodial Account
Originally Created by: International Wargraves ...
Record added: Jan 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47233742 
 
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Sergent Major Etienne Jean Nicolas Blanpied
Sergent Major Etienne Jean Nicolas Blanpied
 
 
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Seven 50th Battalion Company Commanders, January 1916.
Seven 50th Battalion Company Commanders, January 1916.
Seven 50th Battalion Company Commanders holding a meeting at Carinya Post on the front line of the Suez Canal defences, 12 miles out in the Sinai desert from the Canal. Known to be pictured are Captain (Capt) Randall Lance Rhodes MC & Bar; Capt Richard Gladstone Wilton; Capt Patrick Howard (?) Auld MC & Bar; Lieutenant (Lt) John Albert Smith; Major Mervyn James Herbert; Capt H Morris MC; and Lt Esson Thomas Rule. 
 
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Shiirly Geach
( Sister Shirley Geach OP (Sister M Brendan,  Dominican Sister)
Shiirly Geach ( Sister Shirley Geach OP (Sister M Brendan, Dominican Sister)
Sr Shirley Geach OP
2 June 2014
General Interest
Sr Shirley was born on 5th December 1926 at Ganmain, second eldest daughter of Elizabeth and George Geach. Her father died when she was quite young and Shirley's widowed mother married again, to Arthur Sears, BEM. Her parents by their example instilled in Shirley strong family values of responsibility and service to the wider community.

Shirley's sisters, Marie, Patrica, Janet and her brother George have predeceased her. Her sister, Margaret Wheeler and her nephews and nieces in the Fleming, Burns and Batchelor families are left to mourn the loss of their loving aunt.

Shirley attended Moss Vale Public School and for a short time, Bowral High School. Sr M. Clare de Lauret OP instructed her in the faith when she was in First Year High School and the new Catholic student moved to Dominican Convent Elm Court in Third Year. On completion of her schooling she worked for PC Bourne and Co., Seed and Produce Merchants at Moss Vale, as office assistant for two and a half years.

Shirley joined the Dominican community in Maitland and was professed as Sr M. Brendan on 8th December 1946. She taught in Newcastle, Bathurst, Brisbane, Melbourne (Principal), Mayfield, Maitland and Hobart and was involved in the administrative work of Santa Sabina College Strathfield. Shirley also served as Prioress in the Maitland and Santa Sabina communities and was a dedicated Assistant to the Dominican Laity over many years, serving on their National Council in the early 1990s.

Shirley felt particularly supported in her continuing ministry by her time at the Casa in Rome in 1985-1986, and at St Mary of the Woods, Indiana where she studied gerontology in 1992-1993. She knew how to enjoy every minute of her time overseas.

Shirley loved floral arranging and millinery-both were a significant part of her celebration of festive occasions. Amongst her effects was evidence of another 'hobby'-a letter from Bing Crosby sadly declining the invitation to her Silver Jubilee.

In poor health, Shirley moved to St Clare's Unit at Our Lady of Consolation Aged Care Services Rooty Hill in 2005. Here she was beautifully cared for by the staff, and lovingly and devotedly companioned during her long journey to God by Sr Rose Mary Kinne OP and Sr June Peck OP. Shirley died on 2nd June 2014, aged 87, in the 69th year of her life as a member of the Dominican Community.

As her Dominican Sisters we ponder the wealth, and the mystery, of Shirley's long life and rejoice that Shirley is joyfully living the fullness of God, in the company of her family members and friends who have gone before her.

Shirley's motto: "The Lord is my light and my salvation"

Dominican Sisters of Eastern Australia and the Solomon Islands 
 
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Ships Log for the Emperor from England to Australia
Ships Log for the Emperor from England to Australia
Family sailed as EATE but changed to HEAT upon arrival in Australia, no known reason for the change of name. 
 
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Shirley Butcher
Shirley Butcher
 
 
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Shirley Butcher
Shirley Butcher
 
 
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Sidney Collins
Sidney Collins
Sidney COLLINS
Regimental number 970
Religion Roman Catholic
Occupation Labourer
Address 22 Trafalgar Street, Annandale, New South Wales
Marital status Single
Age at embarkation 20
Next of kin Mrs. P. McDougall, 22 Trafalgar Street, Annandale, New South Wales
Enlistment date 16 October 1914
Rank on enlistment Private
Unit name 9th Light Horse Regiment, 6th Reinforcement
AWM Embarkation Roll number 10/14/2
Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A19 Afric on 22 May 1915
Rank from Nominal Roll Private
Unit from Nominal Roll 9th Light Horse Regiment
Fate Returned to Australia 17 July 1919
(The AIF Project)
 
 
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Sidney Harrison and Eunice Ivy Poole
Sidney Harrison and Eunice Ivy Poole
Inscription for Sidney Harrison

Cemetery: Dawson River NSW

Inscription Id: 8247974
Surname: Harrison
Given Names: Sidney
Birth Date: 1910?
Death Date: 15 Jun 1952
Age: 42
Gender: M
Portion: Ang
Row: Z/24
Spouse Name: Eunice Ivy
Other People: Eunice Ivy Poole
Remarks: father
Photographed and transcribed by: Paul Fitzgerald, Australian Cemeteries Index
 
 
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Sidney Leslie Martin
Sidney Leslie Martin
Headstone Photo from Australia Cemeteries index
Photographer Name
Sandra & Warren Cockbain

Transcription, Find A Grave Memorial

Sidney Leslie Martin
Birth 1905
Death 11 Jun 1969 (aged 63–64)
Burial
Lismore Memorial Gardens
Lismore, Lismore City, New South Wales, Australia
Plot Section: RC Row: 3
Memorial ID 123421774 ·
Created by: III
Added: 15 Jan 2014
Find a Grave Memorial 123421774

Gravesite Details Age: 64

 
 
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Signa Karolina Jessen and Hans Christian Christiansen, marriage, 23 Sep 1908
Signa Karolina Jessen and Hans Christian Christiansen, marriage, 23 Sep 1908
Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet - Rigsarkive 
 
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Signe Caroline Jessen, birth, 19 Jan 1880
Signe Caroline Jessen, birth, 19 Jan 1880
Arkivalieronline - Kirkebøger fra hele landet - Rigsarkivet 
 
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Silver Holloway medal presented to the militant suffragette Kate Lilley.
Silver Holloway medal presented to the militant suffragette Kate Lilley.
Silver Holloway medal presented to the militant suffragette Kate Lilley bearing, in black paint, her Holloway wing number 'Dx3' and cell number '5'. On the reverse is engraved 'K Lilley March 9th to April 29th 1912 HL'. The medal was presented to Kate on her release from Holloway following a two month sentence of hard labour for breaking a window in the War Office. This was one of three medals presented to her on release. See also 2005.145/1 & 2005.145/3. This, and a similar medal presented to Kate's sister Louise, reveal that the sisters were imprisoned in next door cells.

Both medals were passed down via Theresa Lilley to Clare Simpson, who donated them to the Museum of London. 
 
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Silver Holloway medal presented to the militant suffragette Louise Lilley.
Silver Holloway medal presented to the militant suffragette Louise Lilley.
Silver Holloway medal presented to the militant suffragette Louise Lilley bearing, in black paint, her prison wing number 'Dx3' and cell number '4'. On the reverse is engraved 'L Lilley March 9th to April 29th 1912 HL'. The badge was presented to Louise on her release from Holloway following a two month sentence of hard labour for breaking a window in the War Office. This was one of three medals presented to her on release. See also 2005.145/4 & 2005.145/6. This and a similar medal presented to Louise's sister Kate, reveal that the sisters were imprisoned in next door cells.

Both medals were passed down via Theresa Lilley to Clare Simpson, who donated them to the Museum of London. 
 
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Simpson Family
Simpson Family
Frederick James Simpson and Theresa with their children in 1902. L-R: Ernest Frederick (7), Norah Amy (14), Keith Edward (b.9 June), Helen (8), Herbert James (12), Elsie Caroline (10).  
 
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Simpson family at Valley Farm, Wissett.
Simpson family at Valley Farm, Wissett.
L-R: Dorothy Helen Simpson nee Muller, Marjorie Simpson nee Lincoln, Alan Ian Simpson, David Caldow Simpson Sr. 
 
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Simpson's Road
Simpson's Road
This is the location of 1-6 Simpson's Road, Poplar, London, some of the property owned by David Caldow Simpson (1811-1899), and is just to the north of Docklands. It would have been inherited by William David Simpson but due to his premature death was taken instead by his brother David Caldow Simpson (b.1860). It was sold by his son John Graydon Simpson to the local council in 1951. 
 
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Simpson's Road
Simpson's Road
This is the location of 1-6 Simpson's Road, Poplar, London, just some of the property owned by David Caldow Simpson (1811-1899) and left to his son William David Simpson. London's wealthy Docklands area is just to the south; you can see a Docklands Light Railway train in the background.

Unfortunately William David Simpson died three years before his father (something his father's will had not allowed for) so his line did not inherit and his share was divided among the other children. This property went to David Caldow Simpson (b.1860), and was sold by his son John Graydon Simpson to the local council in 1951. 
 
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Simpson's Road, Poplar, London.
Simpson's Road, Poplar, London.
This is the location of 1-6 Simpson's Road, Poplar, London, just some of the property owned by David Caldow Simpson (1811-1899) and left to his son William David Simpson. London's wealthy Docklands area is just to the south; you can see a Docklands Light Railway train in the background.

Unfortunately William David Simpson died three years before his father (something his father's will had not allowed for) so his line did not inherit and his share was divided among the other children. This property went to David Caldow Simpson (b.1860), and was sold by his son John Graydon Simpson to the local council in 1951. 
 
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Simpsons and Mullers, c.1923
Simpsons and Mullers, c.1923
L-R:
Dorothy Simpson nee Muller I11857
Betty Minnia Simpson I11859
David Caldow Simpson I11858
John Muller I11866
(poss) Evelyn Home I11868  
 

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