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101 "Stewarts of Ballintoy" state the wifes name in this marriage was Jane MacCullough.Burkes Peerage has Elizabeth Lindsay. Family F3534
 
102 "The fear of the Lord prolongeth days", Prox X 27, In memory of the Rev George Kirkpatrick, formerly Rector of Craigs, who died 8th July 1889, aged 91 years, his ministrations in the parish having continued for 58 years, "Servant of God, well done rest from thy loved employ the battle fought the victory won enter thy masters joy" KIRKPATRICK, Rev. George ,Rector of Craigs,County Antrim (I6547)
 
103 "The Warren" - Marrickville sits on the northern bank of the Cooks River, opposite Earlwood and shares borders with Stanmore, Enmore, Newtown, St Peters, Sydenham, Tempe, Dulwich Hill, Hurlstone Park and Petersham. The southern part of the suburb, near the river, is known as Marrickville South and includes the historical locality called The Warren. LUMSDEN, Andrew Alexander ,of The Warren , Marrickville,New South Wales (I13)
 
104 "Thomas Burndsides oldest son, James,settled on the farm next south of Spaulding's where he passed his life." is how James is described in History of Cos County, New Hampshire by George Drew Merrill; Syracuse N.Y.: W.A. Fergusson & Co., 1888.

In a 1910 family tree drawn up by John Keers,it records that James had a total of ten children,including Ambrose Everett Burnside,but this is incorrect .Ambrose was the son of Edgehill Burnside and Pamelia Brown,and grandson of James Burnside and Anna Edgehill ,of the Laurens District, South Carolina,and born 23 May 1824. 
BURNSIDE, James ,of Northumberland,New Hampshire,USA (I18011)
 
105 "Tuan Jim"(Lord Jim) sailed the China Seas as a trader and his adventures were later immortalised by Joseph Conrad ,when he wrote the fictional novels "Lord Jim" and "Almayer's Folly",and considered the model for Captain Tom Lingard .Lord Jim was later made into a well known film in which actor Peter O'Toole took the leading part. LINGARD, Capt. James William ,"Lord Jim",Trader and Potentate, of Borneo (I16052)
 
106 (Ashes flown home to Scotland,and interred) Balnakeilly has been in the Stewart family for several hundred years. WILSON, Lieut. Aubyn Harold Raymond ,of Fife ,Scotland, &"Yarraberb",Raywood,Victoria (I12306)
 
107 (Fifth daughter) JONES, Rebecca (I18703)
 
108 (Marker only) HORNE, John James (I14840)
 
109 (Marker only) BAKER, Dorothy Agnes (I14841)
 
110 (Medical):Although officially ruled as a suicide , others maintain it was simply an accident that occurred when showing his wife how to handle a revolver. KIRKPATRICK, Flying Officer , Sir. James Alexander"Alec" ,of Kenya,10th Baronet of Closeburn, (I7199)
 
111 (Medical):Aveluy is a village in the Department of the Somme, immediately north of Albert. Using the D929 from Bapaume to Albert, continue until you come to La Boisselle, and then take the right turning signposted to Aveluy on the D20. On entering Aveluy the cemetery will be found after taking the first right turn in the village. RUNDLE, 2nd Lieut. Beaumont ,Son of George Edward and Emma Catherine Rundle (I22728)
 
112 (Medical):Because Georgia had outlawed duelling, and because of George Crawford's and Burnside's station in its governmental affairs. (Crawford was Attorney General for the state while Burnside served in the General Assembly), Fort Mitchell was chosen. Fort Mitchell was in the Creek Nation, yet to become a part of the new State of Alabama. In addition to the Fort, it was the site of the Federal Agency to the Indians. Although duelling was still common in Georgia,for such promment men to escape the penalties of the law, it was necessary to have the affair outside of the state.

After his death,his wife and children moved to Dahlonega,Georgia,and remained there until her death.Two of his sons were killed fighting for the Confederate side during the Civl War. 
BURNSIDE, Thomas Edgehill ,Lawyer,of Appling,Columbia County ,Georgia (I18012)
 
113 (Medical):Charles was and killed when his ship sank during the Battle of Jutland. BLANE, Sir. Charles Rodney ,4th and last Bart. Commander of HMS Queen Mary (I17470)
 
114 (Medical):Charles was inspecting the water canals when he was killed by a lightning strike. KIRKPATRICK, Charles ,of Hoxton Park,NSW,Australia (I53)
 
115 (Medical):Duncan was living with his father at 21 Airlie Cottage at the 1891 census . His occupation is a clerk meat salesman PERRITT, Duncan (I1220)
 
116 (Medical):Emma died when her youngest child ,Henry, was just seven months of age KING, Emma ,daughter of Benjamin and Eliza King (I9205)
 
117 (Medical):Florence died after being accidently gassed ,with her brother ,in their home at Kinsgrove,NSW.George died on the 18th May 1972, but sadly ,Florence lingered for another two weeks before being found near a draughty doorway. MOIR, Florence Mary (I8829)
 
118 (Medical):Francis died after falling down an old shaft on the property on 20 July 1916. It is thought that he was trying to make the shaft safe, having lost a number of sheep to insecure shafts. HOPKINS, Francis Rawdon Chesney ,of Errowanbang Station, New South Wales. (I21870)
 
119 (Medical):Gawen and both his parents died in 1834 ,his mother(Sarah Dawson) in February,Gawen in August , and Archibald in November(aged 84 years). ROWAN-HAMILTON, Capt. Gawen William ,R.N., C.B., of Killyleigh Castle,County Down (I11830)
 
120 (Medical):George died on the 18th May 1972 after being accidently gassed ,with his sister Florence ,in their home at Kinsgrove,NSW.Sadly ,Florence lingered for another two weeks before being found near a draughty doorway.She never recovered MOIR, George Hearty (I8836)
 
121 (Medical):Had received no fewer than 26 wounds during the Battle of Preston in 1745,from which he never fully recovered SANDILANDS, James ,Master of Torphichen, Lt 44th Foot (I19448)
 
122 (Medical):His son and daughter were also murdered by Heselrig DE BRAIDFUTE, Hugh ,of Lamington (I19371)
 
123 (Medical):HMS Olympus struck a mine in the early hours of 8 May, 1942 shortly after she left Malta Harbour under the cover of darkness. Nearly 90 men perished in what was one of the worst naval disasters of the war. Only nine of the vessel's 98 crew members survived after swimming seven miles back to shore in cold water.(The exact spot where the 283ft-long submarine sank in the Mediterranean Sea remained a mystery for 70 years.But now a marine archaeology survey team has confirmed that they last year(2011) discovered the Olympus' resting place using side-scan sonar to survey the seabed.) CROWE, Leading Seaman. Frederick Makim , of H.M. Submarine Olympus (I18435)
 
124 (Medical):In a memoriam notice in The Sydney Morning Herald,Friday 30 September 1904 ,inserted by his sister,he was apparently working for the Strand Electric Lighting Company,when the accident occurred. ERWIN, Oswald Charles (I13259)
 
125 (Medical):In despair after unsuccessfully looking for work for many months, Thomas took his own life WOODS, Thomas Robert (I2411)
 
126 (Medical):Irene was playing by a fire when a spark from the fire set her nightgown alight. She was taken to Inkerman Hospital where she died during the night ROULSTON, Irene Maude (I25544)
 
127 (Medical):James died at Sea. KIRKPATRICK, James Cunningham ,of Ballyclare & Ballymullock, Larne,County Antrim (I24458)
 
128 (Medical):James was afflicted with paralysis ,in c 1882 , and was an invalid until he died in 1885. KIRKPATRICK, James Stafford ,of Murney Point, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (I6698)
 
129 (Medical):Janes skeletal remains were not found until twelve months later,about twenty miles from where she entered the water.Her remains were identified by a jacket,skirt and one slipper,which her husband and son both identified.She was officially declared deceased as of 25th Feb,1897..Ref:The Capricornian (Rockhampton, Qld : 1875 - 1929) Saturday 27 February 1897 p 32 Article
 
SUTCLIFFE, Jane ,daughter of Mary Susannah Sutcliffe (I14808)
 
130 (Medical):Leonard sustained gunshot wounds to the head ,and died of his wounds.Ref:NAA Service Record. LEECE, Pte. Leonard Barton ,15th Btn,A.I.F. (I17691)
 
131 (Medical):Marjorie went horseriding near Paisley, Renfrewshire while pregnant. Her horse was suddenly frightened and threw her to the ground. She went into premature labour and delivered her only child Robert at Paisley Abbey. A cairn marking the spot where Marjorie is reckoned to have fallen from her horse can be found at the junction oof Renfrew Road and Dundonald Rooad in Paisley. Her last words are reported to have been "He's a laddie, I ken he's a laddie; he will be king" DE BRUCE, Princess Margery (I19346)
 
132 (Medical):Marjorie's death was classed as a suicide.She was found already deceased below the 2nd Glen Road Bridge.

Ref:Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 Record for Marjorie Jackson. 
KIRKPATRICK, Marjorie Lilian (I6770)
 
133 (Medical):Mary's death cert. says she was aged 2 years & that she had spent all that time in Victoria. CLYDESDALE, Mary Ann (I2864)
 
134 (Medical):On the fateful night of 20th February, 1437, Sir Robert Stewart dismissed the King's guards and allowed the party of assassins, lead by Sir Robert Graham, to enter his chamber. They found the King preparing for bed and rushed at him, James fought back heroically. He attempted to escape his assailants through a sewer but was overpowered and died of multiple stab wounds. Queen Joan was also wounded in her frantic attempts to protect her husband.
James I is considered one of the greatest of Scotland's Kings.
 
STEWART, James ,James I ,King of Scotland(1424 - 1437) (I4022)
 
135 (Medical):Part of the swimming suit worn by Arthur was found ,apparently torn by sharks, two days later at Little Burleigh.His body was never recovered.A memorial fund was later established in his name at Emmanuel College,University of Queensland BROOKES, Arthur Randolph (I14742)
 
136 (Medical):Peggy died during the voyage from Larne in Ireland ,to Charleston,USA CHESNEY, Peggy (I21891)
 
137 (Medical):Ref- A.W.M records CORY, Henry Vincent Bell "Vin" ,9th Field Artillery Brigade.A.I.F (I21371)
 
138 (Medical):Ref: "The Norfolk Antiquarian Miscellany" ,Gibbs and Waller,1906
Ref:Entry from Dictionary of Indian Biography reads
"Indian Civil Service. : born May 9, 1846 : educated at St. Paul's School, London, and Christ's College, Cambridge : Scholar and Exhibitioner : went out to Bengal, 1869 : served in Cachar, Assam, and on special duty to Manipur, 1876 : was Deputy Commissioner of the Garo Hills, 1877, and Political Agent in the Naga Hills, Assam, 1878 : on his way to Khonoma, to seize some ammunition which the Nagas had stored, was killed by them, Oct. 14, 1879 : took keen interest in literature and philology : wrote on folk-lore, and the Manipuri language in the J.A.S.B., J.R.A.S., and the Indian Antiquary. most of the MSS. of his Manipur Dictionary were destroyed by the Nagas in the stockade at Kohima."

 
DAMANT, Guybon Henry ,Political Officer of the Naga Hills, India (I14143)
 
139 (Medical):Ref: A Family Chronicle by Mary (Wilson) Damant, his niece
 
WILSON, William (I21825)
 
140 (Medical):Ref: New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825-notation of a supporter of son Enoch's petition to Governor MacQuarie for a portion of land on 2 July 1820. WEAVERS, James ,Transported Convict,of Kissing Point (I10294)
 
141 (Medical):Ref:1848 'Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce' MOORE, Wilhelmina Ferguson (I9870)
 
142 (Medical):Ref:1852'Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce MURRAY, Lieut. Horace , 30th Regt ,Madras Army (I19026)
 
143 (Medical):Ref:Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938) Friday 28 September 1900 BRETT, Percy Rollo ,Mounted Constable and Coroner, of Urana,NSW (I24641)
 
144 (Medical):Ref:Bombay Almanac BMDs DUNSTERVILLE, John Bell (I10364)
 
145 (Medical):Ref:Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889) Saturday 14 July 1883 THOMSON, Buchan (I10802)
 
146 (Medical):Ref:Deaths as reported in 'Domestic Occurrences' in the Times of India 1892 Editions"Feb 1st at Buckshawe House Sherborne Dorset of pneumonia following influenza Charles Theophilus Metcalfe CSI aged 64 years
METCALFE, Charles Theophilus ,Commissioner of Orissa,India (I15242)
 
147 (Medical):Ref:New South Wales, Australia, Registers of Coroners' Inquests, 1796-1942 for Alfred Dean DEAN, Alfred James (I10126)
 
148 (Medical):Ref:New South Wales, Australia, Registers of Coroners' Inquests, 1796-1942 Record for Hugh Hatton(sic) HUTTON, Hugh (I229)
 
149 (Medical):Ref:New South Wales, Australia, Registers of Coroners' Inquests, 1796-1942 Record for Thomas Freeman Kershaw. KERSHAW, Thomas Freeman ,Auctioneer (I15043)
 
150 (Medical):Ref:New South Wales, Australia, Registers of Coroners' Inquests, 1796-1942 Record for William Reilley REILLY, William (I19849)
 

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