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201 David and Grace Giddens lived at Leeston. David GIDDENS
 
202 David is a possible child of George and Esther Giddens. David GIDDENS
 
203 David probably died young. David GIDDENS
 
204 George travelled to New Zealand on the "Martha Ridgeway" which sailed from Gravesend, 5th July 1840, and arrived at Port Nicholson, New Zealand, 4th November 1840. There was a smallpox outbreak on board but no deaths. He was aged 4 years when he left England, and was 5 years old on his arrival in New Zealand. In 1864, he purchased land between Barry's Bay and French Farm, Banks Peninsula, and lived there until his death. George GIDDENS
 
205 Name recorded in register as, Inner Clemence George Giddens. Inna Clement George GIDDENS
 
206 Lily was aged 13 at the time of her death. Lily Rebecca GIDDENS
 
207 Stanley died aged 1 year 7 months. Stanley Lester GIDDENS
 
208 No issue. Stanley Charles GILBERT
 
209 Also known as Grace Elaine Hunking and Grace Elaine Hoseason in Donald's
will. Grace and Donald were not married. 
Grace Elaine GOBOWEN
 
210 Agnes Goldie went to New Zealand as a companion governess for a Scottish family. Agnes GOLDIE
 
211 Ann died as a result of cancer when Margaret was only 3 years old. Ann GORDON
 
212 James was minister of Fetlar from 1754 until his death at age 77. James GORDON
 
213 From 13 August 1812, her married name became Cochrane. Caroline GOSLING
 
214 From before 1812, her married name became Lawry. Caroline GOSLING
 
215 Andrew Gray went to America in 1800. Andrew GRAY
 
216 Charles Gray was the policeman for Yell. Charles Irvine GRAY
 
217 No issue. Elizabeth GRAY
 
218 Henry Gray went to sea and was killed when he fell from the topmast of his ship. Henry GRAY
 
219 Laurence Gray was seised in 6 merks land in Gardie, on charter by his brother William Gray of Cliff, 9th February 1626. Laurence GRAY, in Papill
 
220 Walter Gray had a charter from Alexander Douglas of Spynie, Commissioner for the Earldom of 11 1/2 merks land in Cliff, and 2 in Udhouse in Gardie, on 8th August 1664. Walter GRAY, of Cliff
 
221 Walter Gray was a writer (laywer), and sold the estate at Cliff. Walter GRAY
 
222 Walter Gray was seised in Cliff, 12th April 1736. Walter GRAY, of Cliff
 
223 William Gray was a first mate. He was pressed into service in London, swam
ashore, and died from the effects. 
William GRAY
 
224 William Gray, as eldest son of his father, disponed 3 merks land in Cliff to Magnus Henderson of Gardie, 1634. William GRAY, of Cliff
 
225 John Charles Hall produced much of the information on this part of the family, and was a school teacher, and later a school inspector. John Charles HALL
 
226 Arabella was described as being "small and had pretty legs ... was sweet and gentle ... and smoked a lot." While in Hamburg, she spent her time absorbed in music. Arabella HAMILTON-JOHNSTONE
 
227 When Alexander became bankrupt, in 1830, Robert Hoseason of Udhouse acted as his trustee. Alexander HARRISON, of Westercord
 
228 Louisa was living at 5 Park Avenue, Bromley, Kent, when she died. Louisa Emmaline HARRISON
 
229 James was a builder in London who along with his brother, Hepburn, was responsible for building Devonshire Place and Harley Street. James HASTIE, of Grays Inn
 
230 James Hepburn Hastie, of the War Office, assumed the name Robertson following his marriage to Ann. His father was a builder in London who along with his brother, Hepburn, was responsible for building Devonshire Place and Harley Street. James Hepburn HASTIE
 
231 Joseph and Alice were possibly foster parents to Myra Kate Hawthorn. Joseph HAWTHORN
 
232 Myra travelled to New Zealand on the "Clontarf" (November 1859 - March 1860). Myra's name is entered as Maria Hawthan in the marriage register. Myra Kate HAWTHORN
 
233 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
234 Kenneth was an actuary and the family lived in Perth, Australia, for many years, but later retired to Sydney. Kenneth HEDLEY
 
235 Archibald went to Australia in 1852. Archibald Campbell HENDERSON
 
236 Gilbert settled at Frampton, Canada. Gilbert HENDERSON
 
237 Gilbert succeeded his brother in the estate of Bardister. Gilbert HENDERSON, of Bardister
 
238 Gilbert was a merchant in Liverpool. He purchased the lands of Bardister in Northmavine. Gilbert HENDERSON, of Bardister
 
239 Isabella had two daughters. Isabella HENDERSON
 
240 John was a Land waiter in Customs, Lerwick. John HENDERSON, of Gloup
 
241 John assumed the surname Robertson following his marriage to Barbara. John Charles HENDERSON, of Gloup
 
242 Laurence was mentioned in a sasine in 1767. Laurence HENDERSON
 
243 Magnus was a clerk in the Exchequer, Edinburgh. Magnus HENDERSON
 
244 Ninian Henderson abolished the use of patronymics in the family. Ninian HENDERSON, of Buness & Gardie
 
245 Robert was a shipowner and chairman of the Dock Board, Liverpool. Robert Sellar HENDERSON
 
246 Ursula Henderson was seised with her husband in the lands of Buness, in 1761. Ursula HENDERSON, of Buness
 
247 William had a disposition of 1 merk of land in Collafirth in Yell from Elspeth Thomson, only daughter of Arthur Thomson in Setter, in 1711. William HENDERSON, of Gloup
 
248 William Henderson was also known as William Magnusson. He claimed to be descended from Hendrich Hendrichson, Great Foude, Lawman, and Chancellor of Zetland, whose commission, granted by King Christian I of Denmark in 1450, and written in the Danish language, was said to be in the possession of the last Henderson of Gardie, and to have been presented by Thomas Mouat of Garth, along with all the old papers of the family, in 1792 to a Swedish Knight. William HENDERSON, of Buness & Gardie
 
249 William was a Lieutenant in the 27th Enniskillen Regiment, and was present at the Battle of Waterloo, where he was wounded. Following this he retired, having been promoted to the rank of Captain. William HENDERSON, of Gloup
 
250 In 1953, Wilbert was an Able Seaman, and in 1973, a Post Office engineer. He was resident in Cullivoe by 1979. John Wilbert Anderson HENRY
 

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