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401 age 46 rr_tree I5304 Claxton, George (I5304)
402 age 47 rr_tree I488 Dix, Katherine Maria (I488)
403 age 48 rr_tree I1860 Quick, Mary Ann (I1860)
404 age 48 rr_tree I5305 Elliard, Ann (I5305)
405 age 48, stone cutter rr_tree I539 Nicoll, David (I539)
406 age 49, Baptist, Section 42 Grave 148 rr_tree I911 Royes, Edward Hougham jr (I911)
407 age 5 rr_tree I3113 Turner, Rosa Elizabeth Pearse (I3113)
408 age 52, confectioner employing 70 persons rr_tree I4820 Machin, Nathaniel (I4820)
409 age 53 rr_tree I4819 Dix, Frances Mary (I4819)
410 age 54, blacksmith, single rr_tree I2059 Weatherburn, Henry (I2059)
411 age 58 rr_tree I1860 Quick, Mary Ann (I1860)
412 age 65, Professor of Music rr_tree I5963 Dix, Eliza (I5963)
413 age 66 - widower - Old Town St became Mill Rd rr_tree I1091 Russell, James (I1091)
414 age 66 - widower - Old Town St became Mill Rd rr_tree I4733 Russell, James (I4733)
415 age 67, lodger, independent rr_tree I488 Dix, Katherine Maria (I488)
416 age 68 rr_tree I1918 Hewitt, Mary (I1918)
417 age 69, gentleman rr_tree I1368 Dix, John East (I1368)
418 age 7, scholar rr_tree I536 Lumsden, George (I536)
419 age 71, retail stationer rr_tree I1862 Sherriff, John William (I1862)
420 age 75, Baptist, Section 42 Grave 610 rr_tree I766 Pryor, Mary (I766)
421 age 75, Catholic, Section 20.5 Grave 6206 (as "Annie Mary") rr_tree I432 Hayes, Ann Mary Catherine (I432)
422 age 75, married 51 years - listed as head of household - building listed as shop - 10 children born alive, 8 living rr_tree I1308 Whiteford, Margaret (I1308)
423 age 76, blacksmith rr_tree I1914 Weatherburn, John (I1914)
424 age 77 rr_tree I1855 Gill, Walter Battershell (I1855)
425 age 77, widow rr_tree I1918 Hewitt, Mary (I1918)
426 age 84 rr_tree I1369 Hookham, Isabella (I1369)
427 age 9 rr_tree I3112 Turner, Caroline (I3112)
428 age 9, at school rr_tree I1846 Nicholson, Elizabeth (I1846)
429 age 9, scholar rr_tree I4765 Lumsden, Isabella (I4765)
430 age 9, scholar rr_tree I1515 Smith, Ernest (I1515)
431 age 9, scholar rr_tree I611 Logan, Margaret (I611)
432 age at Maria's birth 25 rr_tree I6967 Wernegreen, Johanna Christiania (I6967)
433 age based simply on the age of her husband rr_tree I1162 Snoddy, Agnes (I1162)
434 age give as 15 but all ages in this return rounded to nearest 5 rr_tree I2258 Royes, Adelaide Julia Radcliffe (I2258)
435 age given as 15 but all ages rounded to nearest 5 rr_tree I2257 Royes, Mary Hougham (I2257)
436 age given as 25 - only one other person, Sarah Almond, servant, with her rr_tree I2258 Royes, Adelaide Julia Radcliffe (I2258)
437 age given as 32 rr_tree I3320 Freney, Fannie (I3320)
438 age given as 32? rr_tree I3284 Hogan, James (I3284)
439 age given as 44 rr_tree I3320 Freney, Fannie (I3320)
440 age given as 7 rr_tree I4623 Hogan, Patrick Joseph (I4623)
441 Age given on burial register is 74 so birth year may be 1883 rr_tree I884 Royes, Charles Hougham (I884)
442 aged 12, scholar, in household of Emily Royes Bell rr_tree I1732 Turner Bravo, Ellen (I1732)
443 aged 13, scholar rr_tree I3482 Bell, Anne Maria (I3482)
444 aged 16 rr_tree I3836 Hougham, Kate Selina (I3836)
445 aged 19 at marriage rr_tree I1596 Matthews, Susannah (I1596)
446 Aged 24 and absent from household on 31 Mar 1851 in Belfast - temporarily or permanently? rr_tree I4557 Russell, Mary Ellen (I4557)
447 Aged 24 when married, giving birth year of 1884 rr_tree I5418 Prosdocimi, Virginia (I5418)
448 Aged 25 when married and 57 when he died rr_tree I3223 Tyssen, Francis (I3223)
449 Aged 27 when he died rr_tree I4065 d' Abrincis, Richard Earl of Chester (I4065)
450 aged 31, putrified ulcerated throat rr_tree I1785 Turner, Caroline (I1785)
451 aged 36 at death rr_tree I2222 [Hougham], Ann (I2222)
452 aged 37, unmarried rr_tree I488 Dix, Katherine Maria (I488)
453 aged 42 rr_tree I2257 Royes, Mary Hougham (I2257)
454 aged 46 rr_tree I1397 Tyssen, Daniel (I1397)
455 aged 53 rr_tree I631 Luther, Eva Frederica (I631)
456 aged 54 rr_tree I636 Luther, Frederic Christian (I636)
457 aged 56 rr_tree I179 Collen, John Nathaniel (I179)
458 aged 58 rr_tree I628 Luther, Bertie Murray (I628)
459 aged 6 rr_tree I3836 Hougham, Kate Selina (I3836)
460 aged 61 (no longer active) rr_tree I2284 Bowers, Charlotte Pringle (I2284)
461 aged 66 rr_tree I6181 [Gill], Benedicta (I6181)
462 aged 66 rr_tree I1369 Hookham, Isabella (I1369)
463 aged 67 rr_tree I6180 Gill, Captain Thomas RN (I6180)
464 aged 72 rr_tree I1624 Hugessen, William (I1624)
465 aged 72 rr_tree I1662 Healey, Job (I1662)
466 aged 76 rr_tree I3021 Luther, Leonard John Spencer (I3021)
467 aged 76 at death rr_tree I5517 Molloy, Sarah (I5517)
468 aged 77, Independent Lady rr_tree I1369 Hookham, Isabella (I1369)
469 aged 78 rr_tree I5542 Eldridge, William (I5542)
470 aged 78 rr_tree I870 Hogan, James (I870)
471 aged 79 rr_tree I3015 Spencer, Margaret Eliza (I3015)
472 aged 80 rr_tree I629 Luther, Charles Royes (I629)
473 Aged 80 rr_tree I626 Luther, Anna Maria Hougham (I626)
474 aged 82 rr_tree I5543 Bower, Jane (I5543)
475 aged 83 rr_tree I1590 Western, Thomas (I1590)
476 aged 86 rr_tree I3017 Luther, Frederic Christian (I3017)
477 aged 88, Emmaus Mercy Aged Care - formerly of Kedron, Wilston, Ascot, Home Hill, Newcastle rr_tree I227 Carr, Mary Dympna (I227)
478 Agnes was the eldest child of Margaret and Hugh David Robinson not sure if she is still alive. We lost all contact when my father died by this time my grandparents were no longer together. rr_tree I796 Robinson, Agnes (I796)
479 Agness (sic) Wedderburn, d. of --- Wedderburn & Margaret, bap. 10/3/1774 at Spittal United Presbyterian Church. (Northumberland IGI) rr_tree I4304 Weatherburn, Agnes (I4304)
480 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I756 Living (I756)
481 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I755 Living (I755)
482 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I754 Living (I754)
483 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I753 Living (I753)
484 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I751 Living (I751)
485 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I752 Living (I752)
486 aka Cyril Claude Everett rr_tree I268 Everett, Cyril Adolphus (I268)
487 alcohol abuse rr_tree I1736 Ricardo, Captain Andrew Lewis (I1736)
488 Alexander Smail and Margaret Moore had seven children:
James b.1848 in Millers Point d.1901 in Manly
John b.1850 in Millers Point d.1920 in Neutral Bay, m.Margaret Wright in1874
William b. 1853 Millers Point d.1889 in Millers point
Isabella b 1854 in Millers Point d 1945 in Drummoyne m William Davidson in 1883
George Edward b 1856 in Millers Point d 1908 in manly m. Sarah Guinery in 1887 and Mary Bowman in 1902
Fanny Jane b. 1858 in Millers Point d. 1920
Charles Adam b. 1859 in Millers Point d. 1874 in millers point 
rr_tree Family F1448
489 Alfred styled himself as "King of the Anglo Saxons", a term used by his successors until the late 10th century when "King of the English" began to be used. rr_tree I2712 Alfred the Great King of Wessex 871-899 (I2712)
490 alive 1035 rr_tree I2190 Le Goz, Ansfred Count d' Hiesmer (I2190)
491 alive 1041 rr_tree I2668 le Goz, Turstain Count d' Avranches and Hiesmer (I2668)
492 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I4459 Living (I4459)
493 All Saints rr_tree I2219 Hougham, Solomon (I2219)
494 All Saints rr_tree I5302 Claxton, William (I5302)
495 All Saints rr_tree Family F1823
496 All Saints Church rr_tree Family F210
497 almost 96 rr_tree I4134 Cameron, Kenneth (I4134)
498 Almost certainly specimens from his entomology collection were acquired by Philip Brookes Mason and then sold on in 1905 following Mason's death: they probably still survive as exhibits in the Dr P B Mason Collection, Museum of Zoology, University College London or in Bolton Museum. rr_tree I1855 Gill, Walter Battershell (I1855)
499 Also in household: Elizabeth NH Greenfield (Myles) born 17 Aug 1901 rr_tree I1847 Russell, Annie (I1847)
500 also Jane Elliott Hougham Royes rr_tree I951 Royes, Jane Elliott (I951)
501 Alternative dates 1066 - 1089 rr_tree I2755 de Meschines, Ranulph Vicomte de Bayeux (I2755)
502 Although Albert had been a joiner in the Shipyards he moved to Dublin with the family and his father-in-law Robert McDowell around 1915 to start a joinery business. From there he moved to Castlecomer Co.Kilkenny to become a manager in the anthraacite mines. Ormonde was born here in 1921. Albert was apparently disliked because he was a Protestant from the north and was kidnapped for a few days by the IRA. When released the family moved back to Belfast and were there when Stewart was born in 1925 (partition of Ireland took place in 1922).
After his return to the north Albert was later appointed as Clerk of Works in Belfast, hence the title civil servant in his will. According to my father he collapsed in the City Hall on the day he started work there and died soon after, just a few weeks after his wife Margaret. 
rr_tree I6341 Roy, Albert (I6341)
503 Amelia was the name of an aunt (a sister of Katherine). - achristy 18 Apr 2014 rr_tree I278 Ferguson, Phoebe Amelia (I278)
504 An A Humphries aged 17 (born c 1883) traveled from Napier, NZ to Sydney, NSW arriving 19 Oct 1900 rr_tree I1953 Humphreys, Albert Joseph (I1953)
505 An Agnes Jane Clements died in Belfast in 1919 rr_tree I4726 Clements, Agnes (I4726)
506 An Edna Royes married to Stanley Royes died 17 Feb 1973, aged 62 (born abt 1911) but I am not sure that this fits within the timeline for this Stanley. rr_tree I6596 Royes, Stanley (I6596)
507 An Eleanor E Bailey married a John A Thompson in 1887 in Macdonald River. This is the 16-y-o daughter of Elizabeth and John Bailey. rr_tree I1874 Perkins, Eleanor (I1874)
508 An example of why Registrations are not reliable evidence of a person's actual location if the person does not change their registration. Maurie had left 102 Cairns Street about 1951 rr_tree I832 Roy, John Maurice (I832)
509 An heiress at age 6 with lands in Kent and London. She shared with sister Mildred all mothers silver plate.

Lived in Hackney. Married at St Pauls Cathedral to John Eden Little.

Married secondly Samuel Thyssen who owned a sugar plantation in Antigua and much property overseas

Arthur Hougham has the spouses for Sarah and Mildred interchanged. 
rr_tree I3397 Hougham, Sarah (I3397)
510 An In Memoriam notice (date of publish unknown):
CLEMENTS - In loving memory of my dear husband, Houston Clements, who departed this life March 9th, 1917, and was interred in Glynn Churchyard.
Gone, the broken wheel an emblem of our circle incomplete;
Part on earth and part in Heaven at our Saviour's mercy seat.
And while waiting for the summons, till eternal life be won,
Meekly let our hearts re-echo: Gracious God Thy will be done.
Drumalis Lodge, Larne 
rr_tree I162 Clements, Houston (I162)
511 An official Web site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rr_tree Repository (REPO7)
512 An orphan from Clontara Co Limerick rr_tree I5291 Brown, Annie (I5291)
513 Ancestors (to 1770) and Descendants of John McLennan can be found at rr_tree I4125 McLennan, John (I4125)
514 Ancestors (to mid 1700s) and Descendants of George Henry Robson can be found at rr_tree I4132 Robson, George Henry (I4132)
515 Ancestors (to the 12th century) and Descendants of Magdalene Campbell can be found at rr_tree I4133 Campbell, Magdalene Susannah Dunlop (I4133)
516's U.K. and U.S. Directories, 1680-1830 have this record:

Name: John Roy
Dates: 1751-1775 (what does "dates" mean? years listed?)
Location: London
Address: Princes Street, Spitalfields
Occupation: weaver, textiles(m), satin
Source Date: 1763
Source Info: Listed in The Universal Director; or, the Nobleman and Gentleman's True Guide to the Masters and Professors of the Liberal and Polite Arts and Sciences; and of the Mechanic Arts, Manufactures, and Trades, Established in London and Westminster and their Environs, 1763, MORTIMER, Thomas. London
Printed by J. Coote

Is this John Royes? 
rr_tree I2224 Royes, John (I2224)
England, Extracted Parish and Court Records
Text: Rickill, Marg., of Elsingham, dau. of Sir Jas. Cromer, Knt. 1496. (Weever's Mon. 279.)
Book: Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where some Account of their Character is to be Found."
Collection: England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior To 1800, Part 5 
rr_tree I5873 Cromer, Sir James (I5873)
518 and/or Earl of York? rr_tree I137 Plantagenet, Edmund 1st Earl of Kent (I137)
519 Anglican Cemetery rr_tree I5901 Burgess, David (I5901)
520 Anglican section rr_tree I4146 Luther, Beresford Goethe (I4146)
521 ANN ARCHER, theft : housebreaking, 16th April, 1795

ANN ARCHER was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Peter Exton , Lydia his wife, and Mary Perry , spinster, being therein, on the 21st of February, and feloniously stealing therein nine silk handkerchiefs, value 20s. the goods of the said Peter Exton .

Prisoner. I had been to Windfield-street, to an acquaintance of mine, and as I was coming home crossing Brick-lane I see these handkerchiefs, lay and I picked them up, and I carried them along open in my hand, to see if any body would own them.

GUILTY, Of stealing but not of breaking and entering the dwelling house . (Aged 30.)

Transported for seven years . 
rr_tree I1869 Archer, Ann (I1869)
522 Ann Saunders was daughter of Milo Prendrith and his wife Elizabeth. This Elizabeth was daughter of Thomas Lowin and was nurse to Queen Elizabeth 1. rr_tree I2615 Prendrith, Ann (I2615)
523 Ann was born 23 April 1915 in Washington DC.and married Willard GOBER in 1952. Ann died 25 January 1997 in Austin,Texas and is buried in the Austin Memorial Park Cemetery rr_tree I4606 Gorman, Anastasia (I4606)
524 Anna appears in the digitized birth registration but all other records have Annie rr_tree I871 Royes, Annie Maria Hougham (I871)
525 Anna was born around 1877, probably in New Ross. Anna migrated to Washington D.C where she married Thomas A Gorman (who had previously married Anna's elder sister Mary and who had presumably died.)

(Research note : Catherine Hogan visited her daughter ANNA GORMAN as from 24 August 1904 i.e. Dot was Anna's daughter and Mildred was Mary's.But what about Helen?) If Mildred was Mary's child, then so are the two earlier children and I have linked them accordingly. The question about Helen remains., ,, , 
rr_tree I4597 Hogan, Anastasia (I4597)
526 Anne had 8 children - see rr_tree I3042 Ley, Ann (I3042)
527 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I442 Living (I442)
528 Another Elizabeth Hougham was buried 16 Jul 1729 in Preston next Wingham rr_tree I2164 Naylor, Elizabeth (I2164)
529 Another record V1843993 32A/1843 gives parents as Henry and Jane rr_tree I2031 Bailey, Jane (I2031)
530 Another reference suggests born 1745, North Canterbury and gives his mother's maiden name as Taylor rr_tree I2224 Royes, John (I2224)
531 Any link?
Nov 1880 L.J. Spencer leases two rooms for a Telegraphic Office in Oberon
1 Feb 1882 Combined with a PO - Mary Spencer (Mr Spencer having died during 1881)
-An Australian Post Office History: Oberon (abt 1966: Director Posts & Telegraphs, Sydney) 
rr_tree I3015 Spencer, Margaret Eliza (I3015)
532 Apparently known as Old Powerful because he was quite a big man, collecting salt water from the seashore to take up into Drumalis for the purpose of boiling potatoes in. rr_tree I162 Clements, Houston (I162)
533 appears to have died before the April 1901 Census. rr_tree I3324 Hogan, Mary Kate (I3324)
534 Apprentice Book 9, page 202: Solomon Royce, son of John Royce, late of the city of Canterbury, weaver, deceased, was apprenticed to Solomon Hougham of Aldersgate Street, London, goldsmith and Citizen and Goldsmith on 5 August 1789. [This is the only known instance of the spelling "Royce" for this family. It may be a clerical error. His father used "Royes" when he married and Solomon otherwise uses "Royes".] rr_tree I2225 Royes, Solomon (I2225)
535 approximate rr_tree I3543 Ebles Vicomte de Turenne (I3543)
536 approximate date based on husband's dob. rr_tree I6272 [Royes], Lula H. (I6272)
537 Apr 1379 or between 17 Jun and 5 Oct 1382 rr_tree I2916 de Coucy, Isabella (I2916)
538 Apr 1871 treated by Dr Gully for alcoholism. Dr Gully eventually becames a lover of Florence and a "person of interest" in the death of hersecond husband Charles Bravo. rr_tree I1736 Ricardo, Captain Andrew Lewis (I1736)
539 Archibald Hamill 42
Isabella Hamill 37
John Hamill 17
Henry Hamill 16
James Hamill 13
Frank Hamill 12
Annie Hamill 11
Bella Hamill 10
Cathrine Hamill 3
Archibald Hamill 1 
rr_tree I6984 Hamill, Archibald (I6984)
540 Archibald Hamill 42
Isabella Hamill 37
John Hamill 17
Henry Hamill 16
James Hamill 13
Frank Hamill 12
Annie Hamill 11
Bella Hamill 10
Cathrine Hamill 3
Archibald Hamill 1 
rr_tree I375 Hamill, James Smith (I375)
541 Are Agnes Gamble and Agnes Jamison the same person?

We have been recording her name as Gamble, but I have offered both Jamison and Gamble in our data. See comments in the family file notes.
Note the speculation about the name Jamison in The Logan Family (in Histories) and note that at least one researcher has Agnes Jameson married to Huston Clements.

Additional notes (unlikely but you never know!)
There is an Agnes Gamble born 14 Jan 1836, baptised 13 Mar 1836 at Carnmoney (Antrim, Ireland), daughter of Jas and Eliz Gamble. If she is our Agnes, she is the same age as her husband and her babies were born when she was 30-47.
There is also an Agnes Gamble baptised at Ballyeaston on 19 Oct 1835, daughter of David Semple and Elizabeth Gamble [note that her surname is that of her mother] If she is our Agnes, she is one year older than her husband and her babies were born when she was 31-48.
There is an Agnes Jameson baptised 29 Aug 1851 (daughter of George and Agnes (née Wilgar) at St Anne's Shankill.
rr_tree I1756 Jamison, Agnes (I1756)
542 Are the children Mary and Molly the same person? rr_tree Family F347
543 Army Service: 26 Aug 1943-24 Dec 1945, QX57470, Sergeant, Catering Corps, Posting at Discharge 31/51 Aust Infantry Battalion rr_tree I1304 Weiss, Nathaniel (I1304)
544 arrival date - ship "Galatea" rr_tree I3716 Huffam, Timothy (I3716)
545 arrived 3 May 1873 rr_tree I5536 Eldridge, Peter (I5536)
546 Arrived Brisbane 1881 Invented and manufactured the Lumsden Corn Planter. Died aged 91.
When the sailing ship "Otago" was four months out from its home port - Glasgow, Scotland - bound for Australia, it was given up for lost, but after a gruelling voyage it finally reached Brisbane in 1881. Alexander and Mary Ann Lumsden, with their eldest daughter, Isabella, were passengers. An epidemic had broken out among the small children on board, and many lives had been lost. Among them, the Lumsden's baby daughter Ann.
Alexander Lumsden was born in Pittenween [Correction: born in Crail, grew up in Pittenweem], a small fishing village in Fifeshire. When still young he was sent to Glasgow to become apprenticed to a blacksmith. He had many vivid stories to tell of this time in his life, when he was only one of several boys apprenticed to, and living in the household of, the one master. He always searched for education, and to this end attended high school in Glasgow. Mary Ann Lumsden was born in Perthshire, not far from Glamis Castle. Prior to the motor age a master blacksmith was in great demand, so work was quickly found in Brisbane in 1881.
At this time the Western Railway was being built through Mitchell. Mr George Anderson, who was well known as a wheel-wright in Toowoomba, held the contract for the line. Mr Anderson enlisted the services of Alexander Lumsden who then took hiis family to live in Mitchell. After some years in Mitchell, the Lumsden family moved to Allora (southern Darling Downs) in 1886, where Alexander commenced his own business as a blacksmith. He had an inventive turn of mind and was always planning something new to be made at his forge.
His most successful invention was "The Lumsden Corn-planter". This machine was an excellent aid to farmers, and Alexander manufactured them in large quantities. His supply could never keep up with demand. Despite his success he was most un-business-like in management, and did not ever patent his machine, so that this then became the forerunner to a machine later produced by Australia's then largest farm machine company. At his death in 1943, some of his planters were still in use on the Darling Downs.
Alexander was a gifted musician. In Scotland he had been precentor at the church and choir master, and in Allora his voice was always in demand and enjoyed by the community. He was always a great reader and rather a dreamer, and when the constatant clang of his anvil finally took his hearing completely, he lost the pleasure of his music and turned more to his books. Through their works the great apostles and poets became his friends. He was a familiar figure because of his luxuriant, well-tended white beard and because of his constant quoting from his favourite apostle, Paul.
Both Alexander and Mary Ann played a prominent part in the establishment of the Presbyterian church in the district. Mary Ann became a well-known personality in Allora. All her life she gave devoted service to her church in all its activities, and each year attended the State Assembly in Brisbane and thus made friends all over the state. She was a strong character, sympathetic and warm-hearted, and all forms of charitable work drew her interest. She had many friends among all denoominations, all were happy to enjoy the hospitality of her home, "Girlington". Mary Ann was a member of the WCTU (Womens Christian Temperance Union), and during World War 1 was an enthusiastic worker for the Red Cross. Later she became the first Treasurer for the QCWA (Queensland Country Womens Association) in Allora. She was a successful and competent nurse, and was proud to claim the nursing of the second generation of children. Her association with the SA League was one of her last pleasures. Mary Ann died at the age of 89 at her home, and Alexander at the age of 91, also at Girlington. They had four daughters - Mrs A.G. McKenzie, Mrs W.H. Ackinson, Mrs F.E. Green, and Mrs D.D. Campbell.
These were happy migrants who enjoyed the new country of Australia and made it their own. They lived a life of service and christian fellowship with others. Alexander was once questioned as to whether he would like to return to the home land - he looked thoroughly astonished and replied, "What? And leave sunny Queensland?"
- Notes prepared by Mary (wife?) from newspaper clippings daughter Jess had saved.

This name derives from the old manor of Lumsden in the parish of Coldingham, Berwickshire. the earliest recording of the name appears some time between 1166 and 1182 when brothers Gillem (William) and Cren de Lumsden witnessed a charter by Earl Waldeve of Dunbar to the Priory of Coldingham. The lands of Lumsden are first mentioned in a charter dated 1098 of Edgar, King of Scots and son of Malcolm Canmore. Gillem and Cren de Lumsden are the earliest recorded owners of the lands. In 1296 Adam Lumsden of that Ilk and Roger de Lumsden were among those who did forced homage to Edward I of England, their names appearing on the Ragman Rolls.
Around 1328 Gilbert de Lumsden married the heiress of Blanerne of that Ilk and in 1329 received a charter from the Earl of Angus for the Blanerne lands. By the mid 14th Century offshoots of the family had charters to lands in Conlan in Fife annd Medlar and Cushnie in Aberdeenshire. Three Lumsden brothers fought for the Swedish King, Gustavus Adolphu s in the mid 1600s. A unit in his service was named Lumsden's Musketeers. One of the brothers, James Lumsden of Innergellie returned from his duties for the Swedish King to support the Covenanters; he fought at Marston Moor in 1644, where Charles I was defeated and captured, and at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 where he served under David Leslie. His brother Robert of Mountquhanie defended Dundee against General Monck and was killed on its surrender. Blanerne or Lumsden Castle, Duns, was acquired in the 14th Century. Cushnie, Alford, Pitcaple Castle Inverurie and Tillycairn Castle, Cluny are also owned by the family.
rr_tree I623 Lumsden, Alexander Barnes (I623)
547 Arrived Cooktown 1882 on "Camorta" with 5 children
On 24 Aug 1896 a H Hayball is appointed a cleaner with the QLD Northern Railway Locomotive Branch at 3 shillings a day
On 21 Feb 1898 a Henry Hayball a cleaner with the QLD Northern Railway Locomotive Branch at 3 shillings a day is "removed"
On 28 Mar 1898 a Harry Hayball is appointed a cleaner in the same branch
rr_tree I5365 Hayball, Henry Thornhill (I5365)
548 as "Annie Mary" rr_tree I432 Hayes, Ann Mary Catherine (I432)
549 as "Annie Mary" rr_tree I432 Hayes, Ann Mary Catherine (I432)
550 as "Annie Mary" rr_tree I432 Hayes, Ann Mary Catherine (I432)
551 as "Annie Mary" rr_tree I432 Hayes, Ann Mary Catherine (I432)
552 as Alexander Vernon, plumber rr_tree I1205 Swan, Vernon Alexander (I1205)
553 As indicated on son's marriage certificate rr_tree I3102 Roy, James (I3102)
554 as indicated on daughter's marriage registration rr_tree I3103 Thompson, James (I3103)
555 As King of Wessex, Egbert inherited the mantle of 'bretwalda' - an Anglo-Saxon term meaning a ruler with overall superiority to other rulers - after the decline of Mercian power under Offa. He came to power in 802 and died in 839, but little else is known about his brief reign. 
rr_tree I2716 Egbert King of Wessex 802-839 (I2716)
556 Ash Cemetery rr_tree I530 Hougham, Michael (I530)
557 Ash Church rr_tree I2113 Hougham, Richard (I2113)
558 Ash Church rr_tree I2112 Saunders, Elizabeth (I2112)
559 Ash Marriage register has a Edward Hougham wdr (widower?) marrying Sarah Chandler 7 Dec 1763
Of Rochester of HMS Siren Royal Navy
Of the Liberty of the Tower of London 
rr_tree I2213 Hougham, Edward (I2213)
560 Ashes interred in his mother's grave: Plot 899D. Ceremony conducted by brother Bruce. rr_tree I834 Roy, Kenneth George (I834)
561 assassinated rr_tree I2775 William I "Longsword" Duke of Normandy (I2775)
562 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I2272 Living (I2272)
563 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree I4473 Living (I4473)
564 assumed from baptism rr_tree I3155 Theoff, Ann (I3155)
565 assumed from baptism rr_tree I3154 Theoff, Henry (I3154)
566 assumed from baptism rr_tree I3153 Theoff, John (I3153)
567 assumed from baptism rr_tree I2874 Theoff, William (I2874)
568 assumed from baptism records rr_tree I2218 Carlton, Jane (I2218)
569 assumed from place of baptism rr_tree I2674 Theoff, James (I2674)
570 assumed from place of marriage of parents and schooling rr_tree I890 Royes, Claude Evan (I890)
571 assumed not proven rr_tree Family F589
572 assumed, since she is not mentioned in his will rr_tree I2572 Consant, Marie (I2572)
573 assuming she is the Ann Hannah Jones in the baptism below rr_tree I3614 Jones, Ann Hannah (I3614)
574 At age 61 his year of birth is 1818, so we may have two Patrick Moodys here. rr_tree I692 Moody, Patrick (I692)
575 at daughter Heather's home rr_tree I4773 McArthur, Alexander Charles (I4773)
576 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree Family F4393
577 At least two of their children (John and Robert) live/d in Sydney, NSW rr_tree  
578 At sea on the Tantivy rr_tree I1996 Burgess, Joseph (I1996)
579 At St Mary Bredin is a vault for Mrs Sarah Shrubsole (née Hunt) also for Mrs Hannah R Hougham and Henry Hougham of Barton Court (NB St Marys Bredin was destroyed in 1942)

Of Sandwich
He married 2 months before father died
Of Barton Court (Did he inherit from brother?)
Freeman of the City of Canterbury 1722
In his will refers to a natural son "Michael" 
rr_tree I2169 Hougham, Henry (I2169)
580 At St Mary Bredin is a vault for Mrs Sarah Shrubsole, also for Mrs Hannah R Hougham (her daughter in law) and Henry Hougham (Sarah's first husband) of Barton Court. rr_tree I200 Corbet, Margaret Hannah Roberta (I200)
581 at the Cavehill and Whitewell Tramway: rr_tree I856 Roy, Thomas (I856)
582 At the time, simply Ireland rr_tree Family F938
583 At time of her death she owned Hope House near Combe. In suit with John de Hougham over lands 30 Dec 1286 rr_tree I1948 Alice (I1948)
584 at time of marriage rr_tree I604 Livingstone, John George (I604)
585 Atherton Cemetery Plot 82 Methodist section rr_tree I5119 McLeish, Daniel (I5119)
586 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. rr_tree Family F1690
587 Austin Memorial Park Cemetery rr_tree I4606 Gorman, Anastasia (I4606)
588 Australian Army security services 1961-67 rr_tree I1409 Hogan, James (I1409)
589 Australian Imperial Force, posted 3rd Battalion rr_tree I3970 Cameron, Edward (I3970)
590 Awaba is west of Lake Macquarie. Marriage celebrated at the residence of Mr J Agland. rr_tree Family F1412
591 Bailiff

On 1851 1861 1871 census living withparents
At Herne Kent in 1881, Labourer
On 1891 census as labourer of Parsonage Farm Cottages Herne
on 1901 Census as Carriage Proprieter of 2 underdown terrace Herne Kent
By 1935 had retired to Edith Bungalow Hazlemere Drive Beltinge 
rr_tree I3829 Hougham, Edward Henry (I3829)
592 Banks was trustee of the Tyssen estates in Norfolk after the death of Samuel Tyssen, Banks made his name on the 1766 natural history expedition to Newfoundland and Labrador. He took part in Captain James Cook's first great voyage (1768-1771), visiting Brazil, Tahiti, and, after 6 months in New Zealand and Australia, returning to immediate fame.
- notes from Diana Gwilliams 
rr_tree I6946 Banks, Sir Joseph (I6946)
593 Baptism record has Delanney, other places have le Cauney, Le Careney rr_tree I1765 Gill, Mary Ida Delanney (I1765)
594 Baptism Register has "Chapple Court Borough" rr_tree I513 Hougham, Mary (I513)
595 Baptist - Lot 17-0-297 rr_tree I979 Royes, Laura Hougham (I979)
596 Baptist cemetery rr_tree I3953 Thorpe, Edwin Charles (I3953)
597 Baptist cemetery rr_tree I3952 Cameron, Catherine (I3952)
598 Baptist Cemetery rr_tree I3940 Handebo, Elizabeth (I3940)
599 Baptist cemetery rr_tree I3956 Cameron, William (I3956)
600 Baptist cemetery after service in the Salvation Army Hall rr_tree I3957 Faulkner, Winifred Agnes (I3957)

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