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51 69 Eaton Terrace Mews, London SW1, and Eastleigh, Devon Lee, Maj Peter Murray (I26084)
 
52 6th Baron Ardrossan, of Ardrossan, co. Ayr
18th Lord Montgomerie
5th Earl of Winton 
Montgomerie, Archibald William Alexander (17th Earl of Eglinton) (I168482)
 
53 a British Army officer and heir to a British printing fortune McCorquodale, Alexander George (I27404)
 
54 a distinguished officer in the army and Governor of St. Helena. Middlemore, George (I28178)
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hewlett, Georgina (I32908)
 
56 a general practitioner and surgeon. Mackenzie, Stephen (I32060)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Douglas, Kordice Majella (I29403)
 
58 a Huguenot refugee D'Albiac, James (I173918)
 
59 a man of high principle and character, and moreover, extremely wealthy. Mr Rigg was fined £50,000 Scots for opposing the introduction of the five articles at Perth, by James VI, and also suffered imprisonment in Blackness Castle. Rigg, William (of Aithernie) (I22123)
 
60 a native of Tennessee, was Protestant and a Mayflower descendant Shackelford, Lena Priscilla (I3335)
 
61 a Philadelphia stockbroker Holden, Milton Whitely (I34850)
 
62 a Quaker minister. Terrell, Micajah (I34000)
 
63 a Scottish peer, art historian and collector. Lindsay, William (25th Earl of Crawford, 8th Earl of Balcarres) (I61724)
 
64 a Scottish physician and anatomist, member of the Royal Society, and physician to the Queen (Caroline). Douglas, James (I27857)
 
65 a Whig politician in Scotland. Johnstone, Andrew (I172557)
 
66 a younger son of the Maxwells of Cardoness Maxwell, Lt Col Christopher (I26819)
 
67 Acting Clerk of Council, Acting Provost Marshall General and appointed Provost Marshall General of Grenada on 3rd April 1835. Douglas, John (I32191)
 
68 AEDDAN, first Lord of Grosmont Castle, Monmouthshire. At a battle fought at the beginning of the XII century he gained possession of North Wales and Denbarth; and being afterwards converted to Christianity, reigned over them in peace and wisdom for fifteen years. ???, \Aeddan\ (I149019)
 
69 Alfred Douglass departed England in 1834, aged 14 and travelled by himself on the barque "Wave" (Capt. Goldsmith) departed London 9 Nov 1834 and arrived in Hobart 9 March 1835. Alfred resided with half-brother Charles Thomas "Woolly" SMITH (d.1856- Hobart, Tasmania) and family in Hobart working in CT Smith's wool broking for AUPounds 40/year for about 8 years. He then moved to Geelong in Victoria where he set up his own wool broking and processing firm. He is credited with the first wool sales in Victoria's history.
Websters still exists today and is one of the most reputable firms in its sector in Tasmania today.
 
Douglass, Alfred (I31960)
 
70 An English politician and the father of James Craggs the Younger. Craggs, James (the Elder) (I171426)
 
71 Augusta V. Grove, was listed, together with her sister Lucy A. M., as a student at Augusta Female Seminary, now Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, during its first year, 1843-4. Grove, Augusta V. (I149806)
 
72 b. 1918 Buenos Aires[?]; at Estancia Esperanza; Douglas, Rosemary Magellan (I170260)
 
73 Bishop of Carlisle Waldegrave, Rt. Rev. Hon. Samuel (I173211)
 
74 born on 18 Mar 1856 in ??? St. Andrews and St. Leonards, Fife, Scotland Douglas, Mary (I171572)
 
75 Born on the road to Nagode during the Indian Mutiny, Jan 11 1857 Mathias, Susan Constance (I167823)
 
76 Brig Gen Hon Charles Lambton DSO (b. 3 Nov 1857; d. 5 Dec 1949), mar. 22 Jun 1912 Lavinia Marion Garforth (d. 18 Aug 1976), 1st dau. of William Henry Garforth, of Westow Hall, co. York, by his wife Hon Hylda Maria Madeline, 3rd dau. of Henry [Willoughby], 8th Baron Middleton, and had issue Lambton, Brig. Hon. Charles (I34798)
 
77 British Minister and then Ambassador and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Portugal in 1925 Carnegie, Sir Lancelot Douglas (I32269)
 
78 Burmah Commission, Superintendent of the Shan States. Hildebrand, Arthur Hedding (I171599)
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Evans, C. Douglas (I172485)
 
80 c1904 to Chile; employed by SETF; later, set up own business in Punta Arenas; director of Soc. Anon. Mercantil de la Patagonia; representative for sheep ranchers Douglas-Esperanza, Reynard-Domange, Stanley-Wood (Ea. Monte Aymond); business became "Lethaby & Gallie"; active in Río Gallegos; Gallie, Andrew Norie (I170261)
 
81 Called 'Bluebeard' because he had 4 wives Riddell, Walter (3rd Bart of that Ilk) (I85366)
 
82 came south (?to London) from Invernesshire in the 1860s to work for the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, and helped the Rothschilds to sell war bonds during the Russo-Japanese war. Cameron, Sir Ewen Allan (I26763)
 
83 Captain in the service of the Honourable East India Company Service Haldane, James (2nd of Airthrey) (I170551)
 
84 Captain of a Revenue boat at Belfast Douglas, Captain James (I169138)
 
85 CASS Census records index for Hopewell, Ontario County, NY, 1865


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318 Covil Cass * Hopewell 1865
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318 L H Cass * Hopewell 1865
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318 Maria Cass * Hopewell 1865
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318 Theresa Cass * Hopewell 1865
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the * means the transcriber questioned the name due to poor text, etc 
Case, Covell (I121777)
 
86 CEDRYCH, Lord of Gwynfai and of Cardigan, who received as a gift from Fitz Hamon the Castle and Lordship of Ruthyn. ???, \Cedrych\ (I149022)
 
87 Charles, the younger son of Charles 3rd Duke of Queensberry, became earl of Drumlanrig on his brother's accidental death. Born 17th July 1726, he was also educated at Winchester and Oxford. He was chosen M.P. for the county of Dumfries, at the general election of 1747, and re-elected in 1754. Having gone to Lisbon on account of his health, he was in that city when the celebrated earthquake took place, 1st November 1755. He returned home the following year, and died, 24th October 1756, unmarried.
 
Douglas, Charles (Earl of Drumlanrig) (I55422)
 
88 chief assistant keeper of the Sasines in Edinburgh, Duffes, George Macpherson (I27926)
 
89 Chief Constable, Metropolitan Police, 1910, and Chief Constable, The Lothians and Peeblesshire, in 1914. Douglas, Major Sholto William CBE DSO (I172226)
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Campbell, Colonel Andrew P. W. (I983)
 
91 Contract> 26 and 30 Jun 1628. Family F70897
 
92 Cradock of Caverswall Castle Cradock, George (I173615)
 
93 Date calculated from birth of the first child. Family F46078
 
94 daughter of Francis John Tennant and Annie Geraldine Redmayne Tennant, Geraldine Bryde Dinah (I165344)
 
95 Daughters living in 2014:
Sue Johnson, Louise Davis, Rosemary Osborne & Sheila Broome
 
Cooper, Ora (I104433)
 
96 Dean at Kildare, County Kildare, Ireland Craig, Very Reverend Herbert Newcome (I172492)
 
97 Died aged 16
Abode: Clitheroe 
Douglas, James (I28116)
 
98 Died of spinal meningitis Minkler, Claude (I124692)
 
99 Edward Pryse Lloyd sssumed surname Lloyd-Harries in 1870 on gaining an inheritance Lloyd-Harries, Edward Pryse (I170171)
 
100 Elizabeth Lily Gibsone (former wife of Capt Hugh Hackett Gibsone; mar. (3) 12 Aug 1886 Richard Muldowney, of Clondalkin, co. Kildare), 1st dau. of John Black, of Ceylon Black, Elizabeth Lily (I45768)
 

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