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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13869)
 
2  Whitton, George Ramsay (I1832)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3003)
 
4  Ritch, Daniel A (I6666)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8291)
 
6  Sutherland, William (I11480)
 
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+Freelove Sophia TWEEDY
Elizabeth Honeyman TWEEDY
John TWEEDY
James TWEEDY
Abigail TWEEDY
Elizabeth TWEEDY
Sarah TWEEDY
William Crawford TWEEDY 
Tweedy, William (I15303)
 
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1945 Eric and Florence E at 265 Ridgeacre Road, Edgebastonm warwickshire at 1911 census at 27 Claremont Road, Sparkhill, Birmingham, Warwickshire a Grandson of William and sarah

NOTE
I do not know which of their children was the parent of Eric 
Whitton, Eric (I20730)
 
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a farmer 
Clouston, Robert (I21658)
 
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a Jute Tenter at death 150 Albert Street, Dundee 
Lambeth, Thomas Horn Davidson (I17219)
 
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LILLIAN KESSLER

LILLIAN BLAIKIE KESSLER (nee MCRAE) Peacefully, and surrounded by the love of her family, Mom passed away at Fred Douglas Lodge, her home for the last several years, Friday, September 2, 2005. Lillian was predeceased by her husband, Joe, in 1987, as well as brothers, Gordon, Hugh, and George; and sister Flora. She is survived by her sister Beth (Sandy) Whitton of Ottawa. She leaves behind her four children, Alan (Shirley), Bonnie (Maurice) Mazerolle, Dianne (Chuck) Biggs, and Hugh (Maxine); grandchildren, Laurie, Kevin (Sharon), Drew, Danielle, Julie (Barkley), Ryan, Jennifer, Blaikie, Matthew, and Megan. She was also blessed with great-grandson Kristian, great-granddaughters, Winter and Lilli, as well as Cayleen and Shayla. Many nieces and nephews will remember her fondly. Lillian was born March 5, 1907 to Jessie and Hugh McRae of Winnipeg. After completing high school with a domestic science designation, she chose a career with the CP Telegraphs and that is where she met her future husband, an RCMP Constable. They married in 1937 in Dawson City, YT and were stationed for most of the following year in Forty Mile, YT. They spent the rest of their life together reminiscing about their wonderful northern experience. They returned to Winnipeg where Mom raised her family, of which she was so proud. Lillian really was a lady ahead of her time. She owned her own car in the 1930's and took many trips to World Fairs. She loved literature and was an active member of the Young Shakespearean Club. But her real love was music - a gift she gave to her children and subsequently her grandchildren. A devoted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Lillian went to her final rest with the same grace she handled all things in her life. 
McRae, Lillian Blakie (I21740)
 
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address at death 1207 East McMillan Street, Cincinatti, Ohio, 
Leger-Barter, Edgar Harry Stanley St (I22221)
 
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Address at death North Inchmichael, Errol, Dundee 
Forrester, Susan Tulloch T (I22012)
 
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address at death Eastfield Place, Kirkintilloch informant Uncle James Fleming 
Vallange, Charles Stirling (I20040)
 
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address at marriage in 1902 20 Whitehouse, Aberdeen a carter Widower
Soldier WW1 address at enlistment in 1915 600 Alexander Avenue, Winnipeg a Teamster
at 1921 census at 353 Beverley Street, Winnipeg a Floor Cleaner emigrated 1911 
Nicholson, John William (I4659)
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7327)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I31804)
 
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at 1861 census at Old Street, Kennoway, Fife a Flaxdresser 
Isaac, John (I7780)
 
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at 1881 census at "Northbigging", Birsay and Harray a farmer of 60 acres 27 1/2 arable
at 1891 census at "Northbigging" Harray a Farmer and Proprietor 
Flett, Peter (I11332)
 
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at 1891 census at 18 Abbey Road, Marylebone, London sister in law of Fredederick john Farrow? and his wife Eliza
at 1911 census at 54 Malborough Mansions, Hampstead a Private Means
left £27,242 at death 
Guthrie, Christina (I16930)
 
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at 1901 census at 128 Anson Street, Barrow-in-Furness a Retail Milk Dealer 
Whitton, John (I27930)
 
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at 1901 census at 128 Anson Street, Barrow-in-Furness a Retail Milk Dealer 
Whitton, Thomas (I20090)
 
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at 1901 census at Pincher Creek, MacLeod, Alberta a Doctor
at 1916 census at Edmonton, Alberta a Doctor
Enlisted WW1 address 9925-107th Street, Edmondton Alberta a Physician
Travelled to Liverpool 14-7-1928 on the "Montcalm" address Regent Palace Hotel. London and returned arriving at Quebec 26-8-1928 on the "Asconia" from Southampton address 107th Street, Alta, Edmonton
Travelled on the Empress of Canada 28-3-1934 from Honolulu to Vancouver BC
Travelled 14-2-1940 to Honolulo on the "Lurline"
Arrvied a la Guardia 21-11-1941 travelling from Canada to Nassau wife Mrs Malcolmson 9225-107th Street, Edmonton a Phyisicianat 1880 census at St Andrews, Hamilton
at 1910 census at Hamilton a Shipper in a factory 
Malcolmson, George Henry (I16192)
 
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at 1910 census at Bronx District 35, New York, USA

at 1930 census at 63 Washington Avenue, Kearney, Hudson 
Hall, Amy Viola (I24349)
 
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at 1920 census at Broad Pipertone Street, Benton Harbor Ward 2 , Berrien, Michigan
at 1930 census at Broad Pipertone Street, Benton Harbor Ward 2 , Berrien, Michigan

1945 St Joseph, Michigan City Directory at 515 Market, St Joseph 
Ross, Jane (I24074)
 
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at 1930 census at Patterson, Pierce, Georgia
at 1940 census at Patterson, Pierce, Georgia 
Ritch, Jimmie (I6128)
 
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at 1930 census at Patterson, Pierce, Georgia
at 1940 census at Patterson, Pierce, Georgia 
Aspinall, Zoie (I6127)
 
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at 1930 census at Sheridan Street, Knoxville a Carpenter House Contractor 
Whitton, Joseph Paris (I25006)
 
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at marriage a Farm Servant Heatherhouse, Tankerness
at 1901 census at Upperfield, Kirkwall a Farmer
address 1930 West Quoy, Birsay 
Delday, William (I4882)
 
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at sons marriage in 1955 a Ship Owner
a Master Mariner address at death 15 Raes Close, Stromness
Founder of Bremner and Co 1938
Captain of the "Hoy Head" and MV Watchful 
Gray, Captain John (I19163)
 
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AUDREY REYNOLDS JACKSONVILLE - Audrey Mae Ritch McRorie Reynolds, 95, died Jan. 3, 1999, at Onslow Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville.

Funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Pugh Funeral Home Chapel, Troy. Burial will follow in Southside Cemetery, Troy.A native of Concord, she worked at Smitherman's Cotton Mill as a spinner and was a former member of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Troy.

She was preceded in death by parents, George Washington Ritch and Ollie Baucom Ritch.

Surviving are three daughters, Angie Mae Corbett of Charlotte, Annie Octavia ``Toby' Coward of Greensboro, Zena Mortez Zimmerman of Randleman; two sons, Andrew Franklin ``Mac' McRorie of Jacksonville, Johnson Davis ``J.D.' McRorie of Sylvia; 18 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends Tuesday from 12 noon til 2 p.m. at Pugh Funeral Home, Troy. 
Ritch, Audrey Mae (I8273)
 
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BRENNAN, Beatrice (Bette) Marie (née CRAVEN) -- Quietly at Sunnybrook & Women's College Health Sciences Centre on March 21, 2003.

Beloved wife of John MOFFATT and the late Frank C. BRENNAN. Dear mother of Peter and his wife Bonnie, Father Rob S.J., and Mary (Mrs. Stephen VAN HOUTEN). Dear grandmother of Shelley (wife of Peter CONROY), Sean, Kevin and Ashley BRENNAN: Sarah, Graham and Owen VAN HOUTEN. Great-grandmother of Alexandra and Elizabeth CONROY.

The family will receive Friends at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (South of Eglinton Avenue East) from 7-9 p.m. Sunday, March 23rd and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday, March 24th. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 25th at St. Anselm Church. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society...or the charity of your choice. (Toronto Star, March 23, 2003)
 
Craven, Beatrice Marie (I22433)
 
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Carolina Military Academy
Cadet 1968 From Charlotte NC 
Whitton, Edward Lawson (I23459)
 
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CHAPMAN, Clarkston Everlasting memories of our dear mother, ANNIE (Whitton), 30th anniversary, died 8th July 1982. Forever in our hearts. - Love all the family. 
Whitton, Annie (I10366)
 
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Daughter of Friedrich VIII Christian August von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg, Herzog zu Schleswig-Holstein and Adelheid Victoria Amalie Louise Maria Konstanze zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Herzogin 
Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderbe, Princess Karoline Mathilde of (I17310)
 
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Doug Stevenson (I) (1955–2011)
Actor
Doug Stevenson was born on July 18, 1955 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA as Douglas Charles Stevenson. He was an actor, known for Search for Tomorrow (1951), Iced (1988) and Grave Secrets: The Legacy of Hilltop Drive (1992). He was married to Lisa Loring. He died in December 2011 in Los Angeles, California, USA 
Stevenson, Doug (I6741)
 
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Elsie Parrish Wood Ritch

Posted: Thursday, October 30, 2008 12:00 am

(ROANOKE) Services for Elsie Parrish Wood Ritch, 87, of Roanoke, will be Sunday, Nov. 2, 2008, at 2 p.m. at Trinity Baptist Church with the Revs. Richard Richie and Bobby Kirby officiating. Mrs. Ritch will lie in state one hour before the service at the church. Burial will follow in Concord Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Wadley.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1.
SUSCC - Instory

Mrs. Ritch died Thursday, Oct. 30, at Hospice LaGrange

Survivors include one son, Jerry Wood of Leicester, N.C.; two sisters, Julia Hodges Story of Birmingham and Dovie Tobin Burton of Roanoke; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be Fred Hill, Wayne Tobin, Parrish Tobin, David Tobin, Phillip "Corky" Howe and Thad Hodges.

Mrs. Ritch was born May 21, 1921, daughter of Luther and Verna Bugg Parrish. She was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church and had been a school teacher for Seminole Presbyterian School in Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Ritch was preceded in death by her husbands, James W. Wood Sr. and Capt. William T. Ritch; her parents; one son, James W. Wood Jr.; two sisters, Ruth Liles and June Parrish; and three brothers, Dennis, Raymond and Hubert Parrish.

Flowers will be accepted or donations to Trinity Baptist Church Family Life Center. 
Parrish, Elsie Naomi (I6354)
 
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emigrated to Australia about 1855 
Whitten, John Charles (I6814)
 
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emigrated to Australia about 1855 
Whitten, John Charles (I29900)
 
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Enlisted in CEF a Fireman Montreal address 104 Wellington Street, Montreal
19940 1849 Rue William-David, Montreal
a Fire Chief in Montreal 
Whitton, Charles Albert Thomas (I7597)
 
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FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

On Saturday morning last Mr. J. E. Bowdon, the dis- trict coroner, held an inquest at the Parramatta Hospital,

touching the death of John Throwden, better known as

John Taylor, monumental mason, Rookwood, who was killed at Harris Park on Friday night, whilo endeavonring to alight at that station while the train was in motion. Anastasia Throwden deposed that the body just viewed by the jury was that of her late husband ; he was a native of Windsor, New South Wales, and was 42 years of age ; last saw deceased alive on Friday morning; he was then going to Parramatta; did not see him again till she viewed the dead body at the hospital ; deceased had been very sober during the past few weeks ; he left a family of eight children. James Chin, railway porter, deposed that he was on the Harris Park platform at the time of the accident; he had just alighted from the 7.30 train from Parramatta to Sydney; saw deceased jump off the train on to the platform after the train had started; deceased lost his footing, and fell between the moving train and the platform ; at once gave the alarm to the guard to stop the train, and then jumped on one of the cars, and cut off the air ; the train was brought to a standstill before the last carriage had left the end of the platform ; went back with the guard and the driver, and found the deceased, quite dead, with severe injuries to the head and body; deceased was lying between the rails and the platform ; the body was put into the train and taken to Granville, from whence it was removed by the first train to the Parramatta Hospital. William Clissold deposed, to receiving the alarm from Chin, and, after stopping the train, going back and finding the deceased quite dead, and mutilated by the train passing over the head and body. Thomns Throwden, brother of deceased, deposed to seeing deceased at Parramatta at about 6.30 on Friday night ; deceased was then quite sober, and had arranged to come to Parramatta on Saturday morning. The jury found that deceased met his death from injuries roceived by alighting from the train whilst in motion, and being thrown under the train, adding that no blame was attached to any of the railway official 
Throwden, John (I17491)
 
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