WHITTON and RITCH -Surname Studies and people from the Island of GRAEMSAY, Orkney

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32201 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall
address Rhynd, Perth 
Scarth, Edith Catherine A (I11846)
 
32202 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall 
Inkster, Ann Elizabeth Laing (I11845)
 
32203 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall 
Scarth, Hilda Reith (I11847)
 
32204 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall 
Scarth, Emily Mary (I11848)
 
32205 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall 
Inkster, Mary Jessie (I11853)
 
32206 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Firth

educated at
Aberdeen Grammar School and at Aberdeen Univ. —
Bin'scarth House, by Finstown, Orkney ; Orkney
Club, Kirkwall. 
Scarth, OBE Robert (I11854)
 
32207 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Firth

Name: SCARTH, JAMES CHARLES
Initials: J C
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Second Lieutenant
Regiment/Service: Seaforth Highlanders
Unit Text: 10th Bn. attd. 7th Bn.
Age: 20
Date of Death: 14/07/1916
Additional information: Son of Robert Scarth, J.P., and Emily S. Scarth, of Binscarth, Finstown, Orkney.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 15 C.
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL 
Scarth, James Charles (I11857)
 
32208 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Firth
lived at Binscarth, Orkney
moved to a farm near Peebles 
Scarth, Alexander Drysdale (I11856)
 
32209 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Firth 
Abel, Emily Scott (I11855)
 
32210 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Kirkwall and St Ola
a single Engineer at death 
Scarth, James Tait (I11850)
 
32211 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

at 1901 census at Kirkwall and St Ola 
Tait, Jane Robertson (I11849)
 
32212 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11866)
 
32213 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]

moved to New Zealand in 1960's

Person: Mr Robert SCARTH
Date of departure: 24 March 1955
Port of departure: London
Destination port: The New Zealand Shipping Co. Ltd
Destination country:
Ship: RUAHINE address Lyne Farm Peebles
Person: Robert SCARTH
Date of departure: 27 June 1959
Port of departure: Southampton
Destination port: Wellington
Destination country: New Zealand
Ship: JOHAN VAN OLDENBARNEVELT address c/o St Marys, Hospital, Staff, Stanington, Morpeth, Northumberland a farmer.
 
Scarth, Robert (I11868)
 
32214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11869)
 
32215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11870)
 
32216 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1841 census at "Henly" Evie
at 1851 census a Patient at St Mary Whitechapel, Middlesex
at 1881 census at "Burnside Cottage" Evie and Rendall a Seaman Retired
at 1891 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall 
Scarth, James (I11836)
 
32217 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Folquoy" Evie and Rendall
at 1891 census at Evie and Rendall 
Flett, Catherine (I11824)
 
32218 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Folquoy" Evie and Rendall a Farmer of 60 Acres
at 1891 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1901 census at Evie and Rendall 
Scarth, Malcolm (I11823)
 
32219 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Mystra" Evie and Rendall
at 1891 census at Evie and Rendall 
Folsetter, Elizabeth Philip (I11810)
 
32220 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Mystra" Evie and Rendall
at 1891 census at Evie and Rendall with mother 
Scarth, William (I11834)
 
32221 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Mystra" Evie and Rendall a Retired Farmer 
Scarth, James (I11809)
 
32222 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Scogar" Birsay and Harray 
Scarth, James (I11813)
 
32223 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1871 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Scogar" Birsay and Harray a farmer of 76 acres arable informant at fathers death in 1888
at 1891 census at Birsay
at 1901 census at Birsay 
Scarth, James (I11811)
 
32224 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Evie and Rendall
at 1881 census at "Scogar" Birsay and Harray
at 1891 census at Birsay
at 1901 census at Birsay 
Rendall, Jane (I11812)
 
32225 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Firth and Stennes, Orkney
at 1871 census at Firth
at 1881 census at "Binscarth" Firth and Stenness a Farmer
at 1891 census at Firth
at 1901 census at Firth 
Scarth, Robert (I11803)
 
32226 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Firth and Stennes, Orkney
at 1871 census at Firth
at 1881 census at "Binscarth" Firth and Stenness houskeeper for brother Robert 
Scarth, Cecilia (I11804)
 
32227 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 census at Firth and Stennes, Orkney
at 1871 census at Firth
recorded as a landed proprietor in 1861
Banks in Orkney The next agency was that of the Union Bank in 1855, when Robert Scarth of Binscarth opened it at 22 Albert Street, currently the Alliance/Leicester offices.
This site, in the 17th century, had been occupied by the mansion of James Baikie of Burness. Baikie’s daughter, Elizabeth married into the family of Bishop Mackenzie and sometime late in the 18th century a Mr Gilmour, leather merchant and tanner bought it from Mackenzie’s descendants, pulled it down and erected a new building on the site 
Scarth, Robert (I11795)
 
32228 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 cenus at Rousay and Egilsay, Orkney
at 1881 census at "Bigging" Birsay and Harray a Farmer of 24 acres
at 1891 census at Birsay and Harray
at 1901 census at Birsay
address in 1920 Twatt, Birsay 
Scarth, James (I11818)
 
32229 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 cenus at Rousay and Egilsay, Orkney
at 1881 census at "Hurtisgarth" Sandwick
Farmer Quoy of Houton, Parish of Orphir 
Scarth, Robert (I11799)
 
32230 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 cenus at Rousay and Egilsay, Orkney
at 1881 census at "Hurtisgarth" Sandwick
witness at sisters marriage in 1881
at 1891 census at St Cuthberts Edinburgh a Boarder
at 1901 census at St James Edinburgh
recorded in 1983 as a City Missionary
recorded in 1994 as a Church Officer 
Scarth, George Walker (I11801)
 
32231 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 cenus at Rousay and Egilsay, Orkney
at 1881 census at "Hurtisgarth" Sandwick 
Robertson, Catherine Cumming (I11798)
 
32232 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1861 cenus at Rousay and Egilsay, Orkney
at 1881 census at "Hurtisgarth" Sandwick 
Scarth, Robina Robertson (I11802)
 
32233 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1871 census at Kirkwall and St Ola
at 1881 census at High Street, Kirkwall a mason unmarried
at death a Single Master Mason 
Scarth, John (I11806)
 
32234 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1871 census at Kirkwall and St Ola with brother John
at 1881 census at High Street, Kirkwall with brother John 
Scarth, Ann (I11807)
 
32235 [SCARTH ORKNEY.FTW]
at 1871 census at Kirkwall and St Ola with brother John
at 1881 census at High Street, Kirkwall with brother John 
Scarth, Jean (I11808)
 
32236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11867)
 
32237 “appointed to an Ensigncy in the 67th Regiment, and afterwards transferred with the rank of Lieutenant to the Royal Canadian Rifles. When the latter regiment was disbanded in 1869, he was placed on half-pay with the rank of Captain”; 8 September 1870 sailed with wife, recently born child, and sister Jesse; died at sea. Munro, George Traill (I17604)
 
32238 • Family: A possible Sister and Brother.

• Birth Reference: Ref:C112829/3550, 15 Apr 1839, Dundee Angus Scotland. Does this refer to his birth date, not christening date?

• Immigration: Emigration from Dundee Scotland, Abt 1856.

• Occupation, 1861, Beaufort West. On his marriage certificate for 12 Feb. 1861 he is stated to be a Bachelor and Clerk of Beaufort West.

• Occupation, Abt 1864, Beaufort West South Africa. Stockbroker

• Voter Registration, 1878, Beaufort West. From the Voters' List Records 1878 sent to me by Dennis Green, He was Voter # 24 for the Eastern Cape Province on the Beaufort Electoral Division. The source was the Cape Town Archives Repository Vol. 11/1/8
 
Blyth, David Henderson (I12396)
 
32239 • Marriage. It is known that his first marriage ended in a divorce and that he married again in England and had one child.
 
Lawson, Herbert Harold (I3608)
 
32240 • Occupation: General Agent, 1881, Ste. Antoine Ward, Montreal.
• Religion: Presbyterian, 1881, Ste. Antoine Ward, Montreal
1881 census, Ste- Antoine Ward, Montreal, Quebec, National Archives of Canada, NAC film C-13220. :
1881 Census Place: Ste-Antoine Ward, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Source: FHL Film 1375856 NAC C-13220 Dist 90 SubDist H Div 11 Page 37 Family 152
Sex Marr Age Origin Birthplace

Pillons S. STEVENSON M M 54 Scottish Scotland
Occ: General Agent Religion: Presbyterian
Anna S. STEVENSON F M 34 English O
Religion: Church of England
Ethel D. STEVENSON F 15 Scottish O
Religion: Church of England
Mildred S. STEVENSON F 13 Scottish O
Religion: Church of England
Bertha P. STEVENSON F 12 Scottish O
Religion: Church of England
Winifred S. STEVENSON F 10 Scottish O
Religion: Church of England
Pillons S. STEVENSON M 5 Scottish Q
Religion: Church of England
Matthew S. STEVENSON M 5 Scottish Q
Religion: Church of England
James STEVENSON M 3 Scottish Q
Religion: Church of England
Margaret SHAW F 30 Scottish Scotland
Occ: Cook Religion: Presbyterian
Mary Jane HANNAH F 30 Scottish Q
Occ: Nurse Religion: Church of England
Hannah MCDONALD F 18 Scottish O
Occ: Servant Religion: Catholic
Michel AMITE F 60 French Q
Occ: Servant Religion: Catholic
 
Stevenson, Pillans Scarth (I14791)
 
32241 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I17188)
 
32242 ‘Jackson’ Newton Posey, age 26 of Atlanta, passed away Wednesday, September 12, 2018. He was born in Fernandina Beach, FL, May 15, 1992, son of Richard James Posey and Peggy Whitton Posey.
Jackson Posey was the youngest of three wonderful beautiful boys. He loved sports and was a natural athlete and a fierce competitor. Baseball became his vehicle for that gift. With dedicated work, he achieved his dream of playing college baseball. Like all of us have been or will be, he was faced with challenges he had never imagined. He tried desperately to overcome the harsh realities of life and addiction. But in the end, he is at peace. We loved his precious smile and playfulness, his unending need to laugh and love and make others happy. We loved the joy and excitement he gave us in everything he did. His accomplishments are many and to be admired. We are so blessed to have had him in our lives for these short years and to have been loved by him. We will always be proud of him and love him unconditionally. He is flying with the angels and will live in our hearts and God’s arms eternally. Jackson
attended and played baseball for the University of Southern Mississippi and the William Carey University in Hattiesburg, MS.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, J. N. Posey and maternal grandmother, Annette Whitton of Bremen, GA 
Posey, Jackson Newton (I37166)
 
32243 “Anything I have no control over and can’t help anyway or anyhow, I don’t let it worry me nor do I get real excited.” Mrs. Evelyn Frances Edwards Jones, age 94, of Pinnacle, passed away on Sunday, Easter morning, April 24, 2011 at Forsyth Medical Center. She was born on November 1, 1916, in Stokes County, to the late David Franklin and Florence Smith Edwards. Mrs. Jones is survived by two daughters and one son-in-law, Donna Rae and John Michael Ritch, of Mayodan, and Gail Mizell, of Raleigh; five grandchildren, Lorrie Mizell, of Garner, Kenny Mizell, of Raleigh, Amy Mizell, of Apex, Michael Shane Ritch (Heather) of Jamestown, and Amanda Ritch Ware (Jeffrey), of Toronto, Canada; and four great-grandchildren, Matthew Mizell, of Apex, Mackenzie Mizell, of Garner, Jacob Ritch and Rylie Ritch, both of Jamestown. Mrs. Jones was preceded in death by her parents; husband, William Ray Jones; brother, Homer Edwards; and sister, Elsie Mabe. Mrs. Jones accomplished a lot in her life that was marked by her strength, faith, and humorous quips. She was the oldest high school graduate at Surry Community College where she secretly went at age 74 to obtain her GED. She retired at age 80 from her full-time job and celebrated with her first four-wheeler ride. Mrs. Jones was involved with such organizations as the Pinnacle Fire Auxiliary, membership in Chestnut Grove UMC for 94 years, UMW, journaling, caring for the infirmed and volunteering in nursing homes where she was older than most residents. Throughout all this she continued to mow her four acre lawn and tend her flowers that she said required more care than babies. Mrs. Jones admired the wonders of nature and road trips, appreciated cars and was a fan of NASCAR car racing, hockey, NCAA and golf. Her kind spirit, warmth, generosity, determination, and her ability to show us the way will guide her family and friends forever. Funeral services will be conducted on April, 27, 2011 at Chestnut Grove United Methodist Church at 1:00 P.M. with Rev. Nathan Snyder officiating with interment to follow in the Pinnacle United Methodist Church cemetery. Edwards, Evelyn Frances (I14210)
 

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