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151 (Research):See attached sources. LAWRENCE Barbara Jane (Agda) (I572)
152 (Research):See attached sources. FRATER Penelope (I582)
153 (Research):See attached sources. GULLETT Henry Baynton Somer (Jo) (I637)
154 (Research):See attached sources. FRATER Walter Douglas (I713)
155 (Research):See attached sources. LAWRENCE Eva May (I20121)
156 (Research):See attached sources. JOBBINS Henry (I21115)
157 (Research):See attached sources. FRATER Robert Allen (I28858)
158 (Research):See attached sources. FRATER Mark (I28989)
159 (Research):See attached sources. JACKSON Walter Offord (I30642)
160 (Research):Situated between the dramatic Cheviot Hills to the west and the North Sea coast to the east, Crookham village is set within a circle of small rural communities that encircle the great Milfield plain in north Northumberland. It lies on a bend of the meandering river Till. Glacial activity created a kettle moraine style of ground in the area, composed for the most part of sand and gravel. The name Crookham is thought to have Anglo-Saxon origins, Crookham being taken from 'crucum', meaning 'at the bends of the river'.
The village is near to the Scottish border; geographically it is 4 miles southeast of Coldstream and 9 miles northwest of Wooler. Looking through various published sources it is possible to see that Crookham has always been a modest sized village. Early in the nineteenth century the village is described as being 'principally of one street of 44 houses'. At this time there was a school too; interestingly by mid-century it was being used as a school and also a chapel of ease to Ford church. At the end of the century it was disused as a school and was solely for the purposes of Sunday services by the rector of Ford or minister of Etal.
As Crookham approached the twentieth century, it had the use of several commercial businesses. Among traders in the village were a carter, shopkeepers, joiner/cartwrights, a blacksmith, tailor, market gardener and an insurance agent. The nearest railway station was 4 miles away at Coldstream, on the Kelso branch of the North Eastern railway. Today is remains a quiet village on the border, enjoying a peaceful setting in a beautiful area. 
FRATER Alexander (I575)
161 (Research):Title: Asthenia or the Hawkesbury look-out / James Royce Chamberlain.
Author: Chamberlain, James Royce.
Published: Ilfracombe : Stockwell, 1981.
Notes: Poetry in English. 
CHAMBERLAIN James Royce (I21292)
162 (Research):«b»Transcription of text in document«/b»
Out-Ging Pasengers; Ship's Name: Letitia; Official Number: 133033; Steamship Line: Donaldson; Master's Name: Wm McNeill; Bound: St John N.B.; Date of Departure: 5th April 1913; Names and Descriptions of British Passengers Embarked at the Port of Glasgow; Contract Ticket No. 5780

Class: 3rd
Port at which Passengers have contracted to land: St John NB
Occupation: Farm hand
Not Accompanied by husband or wife
Age: 17
Country of Last Permanent Residence: Scotland
Country of Future Intended Permanent Residence: Canada 
WOOD James (I14438)
163 (Research):«b»«i»From the (Gloucester?) Examiner 28/4/1902:«/b» SUTTON: Another, though brief, resident of the town passed over to the great majority on Friday morning last. The death of Mrs D.C.Sutton after an illness of nearly 12 months duration . The deceased had resided with her husband in Bulahdelah up to a few weeks ago. When she moved there for better medical treatment she had been suffering from an internal complaint and no satisfactory diagnosis of her case made the task of trying to restore her to health all the more difficult, but it is doubtful if a permanent cure could have been affected. Her demise is regretted by a large number of friends and relatives and sympathy is freely expresed for the husband and family of 6 children the yongest of whom is small. The remains were interred in the C/E cemetery on Saturday when a large gathering paid their last tribute of respect to the departed lady. The Rev E.LaBarte officiating at the grave. We deeply sympathize with Mr Sutton in the loss he has sustained.«/i» WEST Harriet (I4134)
164 (Research):«b»«i»The Shaftesbury Reformatory School«/b»«/i» opened in 1880 on a site on Old South Head Road (in the present-day suburb of Vaucluse), as a replacement for the Biloela Reformatory School for Females on Cockatoo Island. It included a series of cottages and three solitary cells surrounded by high fences, and usually housed a total of around 20 girls for one to five years. In 1904, the Shaftesbury Reformatory School was moved to Ormond House in Paddington and the site was returned to the Comptroller of Prisons.
1984 «i»Phillis Frater«/i» was sent to Shaftesbury for 2 years. (See Newspaper Clippings) 
FRATER Phyllis (Annie) (I28866)
165 (Research):«b»«i»UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services, 1848-1939«/b»«/i»
Name:«tab»Andrew Cockburn Kinghorn
Birth Date:«tab»24 Mar 1890
Birth Place:«tab»Kels?? Roxburgh
First Service Date:«tab»25 Jul 1908
First Ship Served On:«tab»Vivid II
Last Service Date:«tab»21 Aug 1920
Last Ship Served On:«tab»Vivid II
Service Number:«tab»K988 
KINGHORN Andrew Cockburn (I8051)
166 (Research):«b»«i»UK, Royal Navy Registers of Seamen's Services, 1848-1939«/b»«/i»
Name:«tab»Robert Cockburn
Birth Date:«tab»6 Dec 1892
Birth Place:«tab»Edinburgh
First Service Date:«tab»28 Mar 1909
First Ship Served On:«tab»Ganges
Last Service Date:«tab»6 Jun 1919
Last Ship Served On:«tab»Pembroke I
Service Number:«tab»J4132 
COCKBURN Robert (I12552)
167 (Research):«i» «b» Funeral notice in Newcastle Morning Herald 19 Sept. 1942.«/b»"PITTS- The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs Edwin SUTTON and family, Mr. John PITTS and family, Mr. and Mrs Michael PITTS and family, the late Henry LIMEBURNER family and the late James PITTS family are invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved brother, brother-in-law and uncle George PITTS to move from St. Pauls Church of England, Stockton this afternoon at 2.30 O'clock for the Church of England cemetery, Stockton."3"PITTS- The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley HOPKINS, Mr and Mrs Herbert CUMMINGS, Mr and Mrs Bernard BLANCH and Mr and Mrs Herbert PITTS and families are invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved father, father-in-law and grandfather George PITTS etc."3"PITTS- The relatives and friends of Mrs Hannah DAWSON, Mr. Joseph COX, Mr and Mrs Thomas COX, Mr and Mrs Peter McLEAN, Mr and Mrs John COULTER, Mrs Ernest MAHER, Mr. and Mrs Henry COX, Mr and Mrs Colin McLEAN, the WILLIAMS family and Mrs Susana COX and their families are invited to attend the funeral of their late brother-in law and uncle George PITTS etc" PITTS George (I938)
168 (Research):«i»ARRIVAL: 14 Feb 1926 on board "Bendigo"«/i» MAINPRIZE Clara Annie (I4275)
169 (Research):«i»ARRIVAL: 9 April 1855 on board "Speedy". Departed Southampton 5 January 1855, at the age of 1 year old with his parents. «/i» SUTTON Adnet James (I1815)
170 (Research):«i»ARRIVAL: 9 April 1855 on board "Speedy". Departed Southampton 5 January 1855. The SMO recor ds show the "Speedy" of Liverpool was 1031 tons burthen and sailed out of Southampton. They were bounty immigrants and he got one pound for coming. He was sponsored by John Smith of Maitland and the cost to Smith was 6 pounds.«/i»

«i»SUTTON Adnet 1 and family Speedy 1855 2137, 2471SUTTON David 29 and family Speedy 1855 2137, 2471 SUTTON Eliza 22 and family Speedy 1855 2137, 2471«/i» 
SUTTON David Adnet (I1806)
171 (Research):«i»Enlisted in the Royal Regiment of Artillery on the 31 dec 1852, at Aston in the county of Salop. Aged 18, Trade Labourer, Hight 5' 6 1/4", Complex Fair, Eyes Blue, Hair Fair. Served Abroad - Crimean War 30 Sep 1854 to 19 Jul 1856, wounded at Sebastopol 22 Oct 1854, Distingushed himself at Inkerman and Sebastopol. Discharged Jersey Channel Isle on the 25 Aor 1874.

Occupation: 1881 census, Coachman.«/i» 
SIMS Henry (I147)
172 (Research):«i»Has 3 children spouse unknown.«/i» RICHARDS Gail Maree (I4181)
173 (Soldier) CARD Charles Herbert (I34)
174 (Soldier) CARD Charles Herbert (I34)
175 (Soldier) CARD Charles Herbert (I34)
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15327)
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13967)
178 (Worked as Labourer) PITTS George Thomas (I1622)
179 (Worked as Moulder) PITTS William George (I13975)
180 (Working as a Cartaker) PITTS Roydon (I13959)
181 (Working as a Tram Conductor) PITTS Roydon (I13959)
182 (Working as Tram Conductor) PITTS Roydon (I13959)
183 (Working as Tram Conductor) PITTS Roydon (I13959)
184 . Immigrated to Rochester, Monroe Co, New York Summer cottage on Canandaigua Lake, Middlesex, Ontario, New York. Retired to St. Petersburg, Florida and died there on 25 April1989 EADIE Robert (I19314)
185 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3492
186 1 Combie St, Oban. Father present at birth. MCDOUGALL Alexander (I8413)
187 1 Day EWART Lizzie (I27654)
188 1 day EWART David (I27662)
189 1 day EWART David (I27663)
190 1 day old EWART James (I27592)
191 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4992
192 1 Son... Family F4993
193 1 year old FITZGERALD Kevin Frances (I28594)
194 Carlyle Kay (1886…1963) m. Pearl Maud Wasson (c1887…1960)

Carlyle Kay, whose birth was registered at Moree NSW in 1886, was the son of ALFRED HORSLEY KAY and ELIZA JANE NEAVES; Eliza died in 1888. Carlyle, hairdresser at Tighes Hill, married Pearl Maud Wasson of Armidale NSW on 11 May1910 at St Mark's Church of England, Islington, Wickham NSW. Pearl's parents were JOHN THOMAS WASSON (born 1834, Co Tyrone, Ireland, died 1914 at Armidale) and MARY JANE GURR (born 1847 Maitland NSW; died 1921, New Lambton NSW; she had married John in 1870 at Scone NSW).

Carlyle and Pearl had seven or eight children.

ELLEN JANE KAY (birth registered at Wickham NSW in 1911; marriage to Robert J Lowe registered at Gosford NSW in 1929),
PHYLLIS MARY KAY (born 1913, birth registered at Wickham; died 1995 at Noraville NSW; grandmother of Samantha McDonald; married Norman S French (marriage registered at Hamilton in 1933); married William James Finnigan at Newtown in 1949),
CARLYLE HORSLEY JOHN KAY (born 1914 at Newcastle, birth registered at Wickham; died 1946 at The Entrance NSW; marriage to Janet Clare Gallagher registered at North Sydney in 1943; Carlyle enlisted in the Australian Army in May 1941, noting his 'locality' at the time as The Entrance NSW and next-of-kin as Carlyle Kay; he was discharged from the Army as a Gunner with Heavy Artillery Fixed Defence in September 1943),
FREDERICK NEVES KAY (born 1915 at Newcastle, birth registered at Wickham; died 1946 at The Entrance; marriage to Edna June Mills registered at Albury NSW in 1945; Frederick enlisted in the Australian Army at Darwin NT in 1942, noting his 'locality' at the time as Tuggerah Lakes NSW; he was discharged from the Army as a Private with Sparrow Force on 26 November 1945),
ARTHUR SYDNEY KAY (born 1920, Newcastle NSW; died 1978 at Booker Bay NSW; married Doris Rose Glensman at Wyong in 1940; Arthur enlisted in the Australian Army at Ingleburn NSW in October 1942, noting his 'locality' at the time as Rozelle NSW and next-of-kin as Doris Kay; he was discharged from the Army as a Gunner with the Heavy Artillery CFD in June 1946),
TORIA KAY (born 1926, Newcastle NSW; the marriage of a Toria Kay and Keith Douglas Newitt was registered at Waverley NSW in 1945; the marriage of a Toria Newitt and Walter Milne was registered at Newtown NSW in 1953),
LYDIA MAUD KAY (born 1926, Newcastle NSW; death (resulting from appendicitis) registered at Newcastle NSW in 1935)) and possibly
MAUDE KAY (no other details known, not listed on father's death certificate; perhaps this was Lydia above or died near birth),

Pearle Maud Kay née Wasson died in March 1960 aged 73; Carlyle Kay died in February 1963 at The Entrance; both wereburied in the Church of England Cemetery, Wamberal NSW. 
KAY Carlyle (I3303)
195 10 children Family F4998
196 10 days old. SMITH Clara (I30685)
197 10 Months Old FRATER James Hugh (I706)
198 10033/1891 FOGARTY Ruby P (I17799)
199 101150/1975 HAMILTON ELIZABETH EDWARD ELIZABETH FOLEY Elizabeth May (Lal) (I17071)
200 101392/1976 ARMITAGE Vida Aileen (I19277)

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