Matches 101 to 150 of 32,243
|101||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I21756)
16th Sept 1906 Travelled on the Empress of Britain to Canada
at 1921 census at Edmonton East
|Whitton, Irene (I25400)
1732 Attorney General of Rhode Island Colony
1741 Kings Attory for Newport
1756 First Senator of Rhode Island Legislature
|Honyman, James (I11637)
|104||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I7857)
Catherine Brass - 35 - Straw Platter - Yes
Margaret Brass - 12 - Straw Platter - Yes
Catherine Brass - 10 - Straw Platter - Yes
Tomima Brass - 8 - Yes
Janet Brass - 6 - Yes
Robert Brass - 4 - Yes
no father stated at her childs birth in 1862
at 1871 census at Stromness recorded as jemima Bell
at 1881 census at Millers Close, Stromness
|Brass, Tomima Robertson (I5701)
1853 (age 26), Ririe, James (Ten Pound Company)
I, James Ririe, was born on the 24th day of January 1827 near Castle Fraser, Parish of Cluny, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. My father had five sons and four daughters. I was the youngest. My oldest brother, Alexander, died the 18th of July 1829 at the age of 17 years. My youngest brother, William, died in infancy, the 30th of August 1823. My father, David Ririe, died the 20th of August 1830 at the age of 52 years. In the month of November, following my father's death, my mother moved about three miles east in the same parish. When I was five years old, I was sent to school. When I was eleven, I was sent to service, in the summer seasons, on the agriculture line. I was taken home in winters to school until I was thirteen years old. I then went to the milling of wheat and continued two and a half years.
My mother died on the 1st of May 1845 in the 56th year of her age.
[James joined the Mormon church, did missionary work, had a disagreement with one of his leaders and was excommunicated. A higher up authority heard his side of the story and rebaptized him.]
Ten Pound Company (Cost of Immigration)
By this time, I was making at the average of 11 shillings per week. I had commenced to save up to get away to the Valley. On the 24th of January 1852, I had put into the bank, two pounds and ten shillings as a commencement. I still continued to save all I could. On the 26th of January I agreed with President McNaughton to go to the Valley, and about the first of February 1852 gave President McNaughton 6 pounds to be my deposit money and to pay for my outfit on the plains in the Ten Pound Company.
At that time only eleven made their way to Utah: Mrs. Mitchell and three daughters, Brother Robb and wife, Brother Brown and wife, Brother Noble and wife and myself. On the 24th of January 1853 I drew from the bank my money, 17 pounds, and on the 8th of February I left work to go. I left Aberdeen on the 12 of February 1853. Before leaving, I took farewell of my friends and relatives. Some of them were very opposed, also some of them in the Church. I also promised to do my best to take out Helen Mitchel the following season. Leaving Scotland, 1853
Autobiography of James Ririe - Part 2
From "Utah, Our Pioneer Heritage"
Published by International Society of Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1996
By James Ririe
There is much information about this family.
James Ririe died at the age of seventy-nine, on the 17th of June 1905 at Eden, Utah, and was buried in the Ogden Cemetery. He was survived by his wife Ann, nine children and fifty-two grandchildren.
Bishop David McKay presided at his funeral which was held in the 4th ward in Ogden, Utah. Addresses were given by old and intimate friends, Elders Ammon Green, John Carver, Angus McKay, Bishop Robert McFarland, David McKay and Presi¬dent C.F. Middleton. Each speaker eulogized the great worth and work of the deceased who was noted for his kindness to the poor, for his uprightness and in¬tegrity to the cause of God. He was loved and respected by all who knew him.
At the time of his death, he left a wife, nine children and fifty-two grand-children.
While he lived in the valley for twenty years, most of his children were married. Two moved to Canada, one to Ririe, Idaho; the rest remained for some¬time in Eden and some later moved to Ogden. His four girls were married and made homes in Eden where they raised their families.
In July, 1964, as this report is written, James and Ann Boyack Ririe's posterity number over 1060.
Their children are:
Margaret R. Hogge 1857 - 1931; M 1876
James 1858 - 1933; M 1881; 1908
David 1860 - 1919; M 1893.
Alexander 1863 1924
Elizabeth Farrell 1865 1941; M 1887
George 21 Months
Isabelle Stallings (Twin) 1870 -
Mary (Twin) 1870 1870, Infant
Joseph (Twin) 1872 1937; M 1898, M 1908
Hyrum (Twin) 1872 1956; M 1898
Agnes Burnett 1874 1944; M 1897
Taken from an account by James Ririe written March 11th, 1901 at the age of seventy-five, four years before his death.
James Ririe married Betsy Hendry, daughter of Matthew Hendry, on October 9th, 1868. Brother Wells married them and Brother Brigham Young was one of the witnesses. Betsy Hendry was born in Dundee, Scotland. She died July 14th, 1902 and is buried in the Ririe family plot in Ogden City. There were no children of this marriage.
|Ririe, James (I12299)
1861 at 1 Markland Street, Glasgow
at 1871 at 138 Dunbarton Road, Partick a Pawnbrokers Manager
1877 Informant at fathers death address 363 Govan Road, Govan, Glasgow
at 1881 at 15 Langlands Road, Partick Glasgow a Pawnbrokers Assistant
|Burney, William (I38972)
1861 census at 96 South Street,
at 1871 census at 96 South Street
at 1881 census at 96 South Street
|Whitton, Mary Elizabeth (I37583)
1861 census at 96 South Street,
at 1871 census at 96 South Street a Steel Cutter in a mill
at 1881 census at 96 South Street
|Whitton, George James (I37581)
|110||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I23724)
1891 cenus at 6 Amith Grove Wimbleton, living on own means
1901 census at Bearsted, Kent living on own means
|Day, Cherry Henrietta (I26647)
1900 census at 164 Maple Street, Grant, Vermillion, Illinois, USA
|Dunham, William D (I20751)
1901 census at Toronto, Ontario
These details refer to a Female! Alma Beatris Anderson which is noted on the daughters wedding certificate.
I think that this is a miss recording
Unable to identify her father but it may be an Alexander
|Anderson, Alma Beatris (I23500)
1901 Census, Ontario, Lanark N, Lanark (f-2) Pg 11
Miller Agness F Head W Aug 15 1834 66
Whitten Norman M Lodger M Jun 27 1863 37
Whitten Maggie F Lodger M Aug 7 1864 36
Whitten Roy M Lodger S Jul 27 1894 6
at 1916 census at Strathcona, Alberta.
|Whitten, Norman (I6880)
1905 State Census 43 Willow, NJ
Address at sons WW1 Draft in 1914 43 Willow Street, Bayonne, NJ
|Duff, Martha (I2086)
1911 census at 17 Howth Road, West Side (Clontarf West Dublin)
in the 1901 census, the Smyth family were living at 29, Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin. The house was described as an Office and a Private Dwelling.
William Smyth, aged 70, a Solicitor, married, born in County Clare.
Mary Alicia, his wife, aged 59, married, born in Dublin city.
Annie, daughter, aged 28, born in Dublin
Florence, daughter, aged 26, born in Skerries.
Dorothea, daughter, aged 24, born in Skerries.
William, son, aged 22, Engineer, born in Skerries.
John Blood, son, aged 20, a Solicitor's apprentice, born in Skerries.
Charles W., son, aged 18, a Commercial Clerk, born in Skerries.
Irene, daughter, aged 13, a schoolgirl, born in Dublin city.
a domestic servant was also present.
The names of the following children were listed on the census form, but had a line drawn through the entry and a note as to where they had been present on census night.
Alice Mary, daughter, aged 30, born in Dublin [Entered at Skerries]
Eleanor, daughter, aged 21, born in Dublin [Entered at Skerries]
Henry Blood, aged 16,
and his twin brother
Fitzgerald Blood, aged 16, born in Dublin [at school in Tipperary]
The two boys were boarding pupils at The Grammar School, Collegeland, Tipperary.
in the 1911 census, the Blood Smyth family were living at 17 Howth Road, Dublin.
Mary A. Blood Smyth, aged 68, a widow, born in Dublin City.
She had been married 46 years and had 13 children, 11 of whom were alive.
Alice Mary, daughter, aged 44
Annie Emily, daughter, aged 42
William, son, aged 33, an Engineer
John, aged 30, a Solicitor,
Charles Whitten, son, aged 28, a Clerk
Fitzgerald, son, aged 26, a Medical Student
Irene, daughter, aged 22
|Whitton, Mary Alicia (I18166)
1919 address at childs death 116 Poland Avenue, Hambranck, Wayne, Michigan
1927 address at wifes death 12440 Mitchell, Wayne, Detroit.
1940 census at Mitchell Avenue, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, USA a Polisher in an Auto Factory
|Kujawski, Alexander (I12848)
1920: Osteen, Volusia, Florida
Address at marriage in 1991 43765 Waterford Road, Columbiana, Ohio a Retired Minister
Address at marriage in 2000 15001 State Road 120, Elkhart, Vristol, Indiana Retired
|Ritch, Arthur Callaway (I10065)
1921 325 Cameron Street, Fort William, Ontario, Canada
a Accountant at marriage Fort William
|Lindey, Edgar Hermann (I8389)
1921 Census at Otter Road Logging Camp a Divorced Labourer born USA of Irish Origin
WW2 Draft address R2 Blaine, Washington employer Logging Camp. Glacier, Washington
at 1940 census at Blaine, Whatcom, Washington a Logger
Address at death 1509 E Victor Street,
|Whitton, Claude Earl (I34445)
1922 Lincoln, Nebraska Principal Whitton-Carlisle School for 12 years then went to Sisters of Bethany, Epicopal School in Kansas with Julia Carlisle
a Teacher in a public School 1940
|Whitton, Mary E (I26322)
1930 census at Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas a Labourer
1940 census at Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas a Street Labourer
Moved from Homersville Ms to Sebastopol, CA
95472 Sebastopol, Sonoma, California, USA
|Whitton, William Easco (I31168)
1939 at The Bungalow Six Hills Steveage, Herfordshire a Typist 1975 90 High Street, Melbourne, Royston, Cambridge
1984 60 Shelford Road, Cambridge
|Ellis, Eileen Mary (I5480)
1940 census att 8433 1/2 Mountain View Avenue San Antonio, LA a Technologist Laboratory
WW2 Draft at 8433 1/2 South Gate, Los Angeles address changed to Mountain View South Gate LA and 9-4-1942 502 California StBellflower, CA employed by LA County Ranchos Los Amigos, Hondo LA
|Sinclair, Sheldon Milliken (I24537)
|125||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I5184)
|126||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I18736)
1958- 1968 at Keera Road, NSW a labourer
1977 a Lorry Driver 13 Herber Street, Bingara NSW
|Whitton, Colin Ross (I19408)
|128||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I25177)
|129||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I20336)
1968 at 142 Church Street Hastings, Ontario a Teacher with Michelle
1972 at 21a Pretoria Avenue, Broadview, Ontario an Animal Trainer with Michelle
1974 at 21a Pretoria Avenue, Broadview, Ontario a Dog Trainer with Michelle
A psychiatrist in Toronto
1200 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5R 2A5, Canada
May 23, 2007
The licence of a Toronto psychiatrist who lied about his credentials when acting as an expert witness in two trials was suspended yesterday by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.
Joel Whitton will not be able to practise medicine for 30 days starting June 22, a CPSO disciplinary panel ruled after he admitted he had engaged in unprofessional conduct.
Dr. Whitton, who was once on the University of Toronto Medical School's faculty, is best known as a past-life psychotherapist and as co-author of Life Between Life, which explores the Tibetan concept of the Bardo, a state of being between physical incarnations.
CPSO lawyer Carolyn Silver told the panel that Dr. Whitton made a number of errors in his evidence and in his curriculum vitae when he acted as an expert witness for the defence in a 1997 criminal trial in Orangeville, Ont., and during a 1998 cross-examination on an affidavit that he had sworn in a civil matter.
She cited six instances of incorrect evidence including inaccuracies about the requirements for membership in the American College of Forensic Examiners, a claim that he had been retained by the FBI, CSIS, the RCMP, the OPP and various regional police forces, and statements that he then held posts at the Western division of Toronto Hospital and the University of Toronto.
She noted that in 1998 the police started an investigation into his evidence on the criminal and civil matters and that, as a result, Dr. Whitton, once the chief psychiatrist at the Toronto Board of Education, was charged with perjury.
She said the charges were stayed on June 2, 2003, when Dr. Whitton, who acted as a defence witness in two prominent trials involving memories of childhood sexual abuse, entered into an agreement with the Crown attorney that he would not act as an expert witness in any future legal proceeding.
Dr. Whitton's lawyer, Roy Stephenson, told the panel that the doctor made his mistakes at a time when he was under personal pressure, as his wife was undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
"His mind was not what it should have been because of the emotional turmoil he was going through because of his wife's medical condition," Mr. Stephenson said.
WHITTON, B.Sc., M.D., Ph.D., FRCP(c), Dr. Joel Lloyd July 12, 1945 - July 22, 2017 With heavy hearts, the family announces the sudden passing of Dr. Joel Lloyd Whitton. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife Elise-Irene, daughters Tamara and Tahnya, granddaughter Ella and his sister Sharon. A memorial to celebrate Joel's life will be planned and announced at a later date. In Joel's honour, donations can be made to the Covenant House, a charity near and dear to Joel. Carry on Joel, carry on;
|Whitton, Dr Joel Lloyd (I27296)
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|133||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I18235)
|134||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I20016)
1977 Electoral Roll at 1 Merris Crescent, Wontthaggi, Victoria, Australia a Process Worker
29 November 1993 Edwin Street suffocated his wife Dawn in their Annandale home before dumping her body at a creek near Wollstonecraft; three months later, Street stabbed his girlfriend Linda Whitton, whose body was found inside a suitcase at Whitton's home in Enmore on 23 February 1994 when the home was searched by police. Street was convicted of both murders, sentenced to two consecutive terms of life imprisonment without parole, and died of bowel cancer on 20 March 2007
|Street, Edwin Thomas (I21651)
|136||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I24001)
|137||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I22720)
1981 Electoral Rolls at 6 Rimu Street,Lower Hutt, Pencarrow, Wellington a Bus Driver
Worked at New Zealand Fire Service
Studied at Eastern Institute of Technology
Past: Taita College
90% owner of Kader Services Ltd
address 2007 6 Walters Place, Onekawa
then 23 Railway Road, Roslyn, Palmerston North 4414
then 2 Andrews Place Gonville, Whanganui 4501 and 33 Kawatiri Avenue Gonville Wanganui
BRETTELL, Kevin Ross (BUS1). After a short but hard fought battle with cancer at Kowhainui Hospital, on 31 December 2014. Much loved partner and heart-light of Denise Sutherland, and best mate of Flash Gordon. Son of Laura (Hawkes Bay) and the late Britt. Son-in-law of the late Tom and recently passed Dawn Sutherland (Palmerston North). Brother of Steve, and Rob Brettell (Wellington), Armae and David (Palmerston North), and the late Michelle. Dad to Stephanie and Alan Green (Wellington), and Ryan (Hawkes Bay). Grandad to Shontelle. A big thank you to Dr Skavsky and Dr Thompson (Wanganui Hospital), Dr Taylor (Hospice Wanganui), and the staff at Wanganui Hospital CCU, Kowhainui Home, and our family at River City Cabs, especially Rhondda and Bob Anderson. In lieu of flowers donations to Hospice Wanganui would be appreciated and may be placed in the Chapel Atrium or sent to PO Box 4284, Wanganui. In accordance with Kevin's wishes a private cremation has been held, however friends are invited to join in a celebration of his life to be held in the Cleveland Chapel, 179 Ingestre Street, Wanganui, on Wednesday 7 January, 2015, at 10:30am. Cleveland Funeral Home Locally owned clevelandfunerals.co.nz
Published in The Wanganui Chronicle from Jan. 2 to Jan. 5, 2015
|Brettell, Kevin Ross (I22717)
|139||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I30828)
|140||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I24092)
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|142||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I12465)
22nd September 1955 on the "Ivernia" a clerk, UK address 34 Cornwall Street, Glasgow Travelled from Montreal to Greenock
address at marriage in 1959 34 Cornwall Street, Glasgow a Biscuit Factory Clerk
informant at fathers death in 1970
George C. Whitton
BA Scottish College of Commerce (University of Strathclyde) 1960
Owner of Howard and Smith until 1987
President and CEO of Canadian Telecommunications Group
Director at Shoal Games Ltd.
Hansa Bank Building Ground Floor, The Valley, The Valley, Anguilla
Shoal Games Ltd. 1987-2000
|Whitton, George C (I31839)
23-6-1900 travelled from Liverpool to Sydney on the "Persic"
at 1901 census at Kirkcaldy ref 442-32-020
at 1911 census at Kirkcaldy ref 442/00-025/00-014
address at marriage 3 St Mary's Place, Kirkcaldy, Fife a Clerkess
Went to Australia in 1922 but returned in 1923
Travelled on the "Jervis Bay" from Sydney to London 29-9-1924 Uk address c/o GPO Edinburgh
son Ian's marriage record states that his adoptive mother was Maggie Blair Whitton or MacDonald a Widow. No father stated.
|Whitton, Maggie Blair (I262)
3-6-1954 Travelled on the Olympia from New York to Cobh
25-8-1954 Travelled on the Olympia from Cobh to New York in Transit to Canada Canadian Citizen
1965 1968 - 1974 at 38 Dalegrove Crescent, Etobicoke, Ontario Self Employed a Distributor
|Whitton, Liam Henry (I18632)
|146||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I11875)
|147||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I35387)
|148||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I36532)
|149||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I30803)
|150||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Living (I30800)