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1701 William a farmer, age 38, lived on a farm that had a value of $300 Scogings, William Bye (I190)
 
1702 William A McIntosh, age 4, was born in Glasgow. Mcintosh, William Arthur (I276)
 
1703 William and Elizabeth Burrows lived with their four children in the parish; Elsie, Osy, Walter, and Florence. William is an agricultural laborer. Family F491
 
1704 William and Ellen live with their daughter Ellen in the parish. William is a agricultural laborer and Ellen is a tailorress. Family F664
 
1705 William and Emma lived with their four children in North Forty Foot Bank. Family F481
 
1706 William and Mary and son George lived with William and Elizabeth Mower. Elizabeth Masterson, William's mother, remarried William Mower. They lived on a 45 acre farm. Family F128
 
1707 William Auchterlonie, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Glasgow, residing at Landernean, Rutherglen, died 17 July 1895, at Rutherglen, testate. Confirmation granted at Glasgow, 2 January, to David Clow Auchterlonie, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Glasgow, and William Auchterlonie, Landernean, his sons, Marie Jessie Auchterlonie, Landernean, his daughter, John Brodie, 5 South Avenue, Govan, and Mathew Glen Kelso, Optical Instrument Maker, Clyde Place, Glasgow, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 2 June 1891, and recorded with another Writ in Court Books of Commissariot of Lanark, 30 December 1895. Value of Estate, L5149, 5s. 5d. Auchterlonie, William (I397)
 
1708 William Benham of Rendlesham Parish and Lucy Flory of this parish; banns with consent of parents; 14 Oct 1821; witnesses - John Brainton's, Esther Brainton's Family F1408
 
1709 William Brown: 24 March.- Confrimation of William Brown, retired farmer, Balannan, Pairsh of Tongland, who died 4 February 1891, at Balannan, testate granted at Kirkcudbright, to Ann Calvert M'Naught or Brown, Balannan aforesaid, Executrix nominated in will or Deed, dated 24 June 1890, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Kirkcudbirght, 23 March 1891. Brown, William (I16)
 
1710 William Crisp of Peasenhall Suffolk retired tailor and draper died 25 May 1912 Probate Ipswich 31 July to Herbert Spencer Rabett Stanford auctioneer valuer and estate agent and Georgiana Maria Crisp widow. Effects L774 4s 8d Crisp, William (I5352)
 
1711 William Ernest Scogings, 50, petroleum engineer, died yesterday of a heart ailment in Denver. A native of Marysvale, Utah, Mr. Scogings resided at 6156 1/4 Dennison St. He leaves a widow Mrs. Esther A Scogings; his mother, Mrs. Sarah E. Scogings and a sister, Mrs. Raymond Hamilton, all of Los Angeles. Funeral arrangments will be announced later by Morita Mortuary, Montebello. Scogings, William Ernest (I1116)
 
1712 William Flory late of Grundisburgh in the County of Suffolk Woodman deceased who died 22 July 1858 at Nacton in the same County was proved at Ipswich by the oath of James Thompson of Culpho in the said County Farmer the sole Executor. Effects under L20 Flory, William (I3285)
 
1713 William Flory of 58 Plumstead Road Plumstead Kent died 26 March 1906 Probate London 26 may to Sydney William Flory orchidgrower and Henry Ernest Flory fishmonger Effects L2405 6s 6d Flory, William (I3650)
 
1714 William Flurry of Charsfield and Mary Steggold of the said parish both single persons were married by Banns July 22 1742 Family F961
 
1715 William Gage Jacobs of Hollybowers Selsdon road Wanstead Essex died 18 June 1908 Probate London 16 July to Ellen Jacobs widow. Effects L396 14s 8d Jacobs, William Gage (I3455)
 
1716 William Gage Jacobs, bachelor, wharf clerk, of Bermondsey Family F1479
 
1717 William George Baker of Whitton Suffolk carpenter died 3 April 1916 Probate Ipswich 26 May to Lilly Baker widow and Walter Seaman King blacksmith. Effects L688 8s 3d Baker, William George (I2171)
 
1718 William H Conroy, age 35 is an Engraver for the Ordnance Survey Department. He is an artist. He was born in Westcott, Cornwall. His wife Ellen, age 34 was born in Freemantle, Hampshire. The have one daughter, Eugenie E M Conroy who is 1 month old and a servant named Emily A Thompson, age 15. Conroy, William Henry (I313)
 
1719 William is 12 days old in this census Conroy, William Henry (I313)
 
1720 William is renting a house on 109 Water Street in Qunicy. His wife and two sons are living in the household. He is a stonecutter by trade. He arrived in the United States in 1884. Oswald, William (I201)
 
1721 William Mauger of 10 Oldfield Road Stoke Newington Middlesex died 22 September 1915 Probate London 21 December to Percy Eugene Mauger engraver and Walter Thomas Morgan saleman. Effects L2399 11s 6d Mauger, William (I4546)
 
1722 William Michael Curdy of St. Edmunds Field Stile road Southwold Suffolk died 11 January 1949 Probate London 12 February to Frank Leeder Pallant manufacture. Effects L1379 11s 10d  Curdy, William Michael (I8896)
 
1723 William obtain 160 acres of land from the Federal goverment through the homestead act of 1862. Scogings, William Bye (I190)
 
1724 William Page of this parish + Susanna Flurry of same, single, by licence 30 Oct 1785; witnesses - Wright Hunt, Thomas Mann Family F1448
 
1725 William Raymer late of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk Seaman in the Merchant Service deceased who died 19 December 1858 at Peckham in the County of Surrey was proved at Ipswich by the oath of Sarah Ann Raymer of Ipswich aforesaid Widow the Relict and the sole Executrix. Effects under £200  Raymer, William (I5412)
 
1726 William Scogings, a seaman by trade, arrived in the harbour in New York City on May 13, 1859 aboard the ship, William Tapscott. The ship left Liverpool on April 12, 1859. It took 31 days to cross the ocean. Scogings, William Bye (I190)
 
1727 William Thomas Scoggins of Ipswich died 25 January 1926 Administration (with Will)Ipswich 25 February to Eliza Scoggins widow and Elsie Catling (wife of Oliver Catling). Effects L366 15s 2d. Scoggins, William Thomas (I9)
 
1728 William Tyrell of Laxfield Suffolk died 29 March 1931 Probate London 31 October to Arthur Ayers and Sidney Ayers builders. Effects L269 17s 3d Ayers, William (I3956)
 
1729 William, age 4, born in Kirkcudbrightshire, Dalbeattie Oswald, William (I201)
 
1730 Winey, age 54, lived on a farm with her husband, J S Johnson, age 65, and son W. H. Their land was worth 2000 and personal property $600. She could not read or write. They lived in the northern district and the post office was in Jonesboro. They lived on 200 acres of land of which 100 acres are improved. Joseph has on the farm, three horses, one milk cows, two working oxen, four sheep, and thirteen swine. His livestock is valued at $400. For the twelve months prior to the census he farmed 200 bushels of indian corn, 2 bales of ginned cotton (400 lbs each), 100 pounds of sweet potatoes, 100 pounds of honey, and 12 pounds of beeswax. The also farmed sweet potaoes, orchard products, irish potatoes, and peas and beans. The population of the county was 4,466 of which 27% were slaves. Clayton county was created from parts of Fayette and Henry's counties in 1858. Hill, Winifred (I421)
 
1731 Winnie May is 11 years of age, unmarried, and a scholar or in other words, going to school. She is a Presbyterian. McDonald, Winnie May (I359)
 
1732 Winnipeg Free Press, Dec 31 1946, page 15
JAMES PHILIP SCOGING: James Philip Scoging, 58, of 1809 Ross Avenue, died Friday in Winnipeg General Hospital. Born in England, Mr. Scoging came to Canada 34 years ago, and for 24 years had been a lineman with the C.P.R. He was a member of John Egan lodge, No. 223, Brotherhood of Railway Trainman. Mr. Scoging is survived by a brother, J.F., of Port Arthur, and a sister, Miss Sarah Scoging, in England. The funeral service will he held Tuesday at 10 a.m., in Gardiner's funeral chapel, with Dr. G.A. Woodside officiating. Burial will be made in Brookside cemetery.
 
Scoging, James Philip (I146)
 
1733 Wm McNaught d Kells cottage 17.7.1839 86, w Jane Little d Aucheninnes 27.4.1848 84, da Margt 23.1.1810 7y, da Agnes d Kells cottage 12.12.1825 20, s Wm d Lower Balannan Tongland 5.5.1864 54 (w Hellen Johnston d Balannan 25.12.1876 74) McNaught, William (I185)
 
1734 Woolwich district Family F1114
 
1735 …Be it known to all menby these presents, That ?? John Auchterlonie Mason in Linktown of Kirkcaldy, William Auchterlonie Mason there and Alex d Auchterlonie Mason in St. Andrews Brothers of the now deceased David Auchterlonie Builder in Edinburgh and Margaret Auchterlonie his Sister Relict of the deceased Andrew Tosh Messenger in Kirkcaldy,…

…and of David Auchterlonie Mason in Linktown his father who we hereby agree shall likewise have his liferent of the subjects in manner underwritten That is to say That after the deceased of the said Janet Auchterionie & David Auchterionie at the time of his deceased shall be equally divided among us the said John, William, Alexander, & Margaret Auchterlonies…

…And to Cicel Wilson wife of me of me John Auchterlonie Isabel Robertson wife of me William Auchterlonie to Agnes Walker wife of me Alex r Auchterlonie in Conjunct fee & liferent for our respective wives their… 
Auchterlonie, Alexander (I237)
 
1736 …Be it known to all menby these presents, That ?? John Auchterlonie Mason in Linktown of Kirkcaldy, William Auchterlonie Mason there and Alex d Auchterlonie Mason in St. Andrews Brothers of the now deceased David Auchterlonie Builder in Edinburgh and Margaret Auchterlonie his Sister Relict of the deceased Andrew Tosh Messenger in Kirkcaldy,…

…and of David Auchterlonie Mason in Linktown his father who we hereby agree shall likewise have his liferent of the subjects in manner underwritten That is to say That after the deceased of the said Janet Auchterionie & David Auchterionie at the time of his deceased shall be equally divided among us the said John, William, Alexander, & Margaret Auchterlonies…

…And to Cicel Wilson wife of me of me John Auchterlonie Isabel Robertson wife of me William Auchterlonie to Agnes Walker wife of me Alex r Auchterlonie in Conjunct fee & liferent for our respective wives their… 
Auchterlonie, David (I234)
 
1737 …Be it known to all menby these presents, That ?? John Auchterlonie Mason in Linktown of Kirkcaldy, William Auchterlonie Mason there and Alex d Auchterlonie Mason in St. Andrews Brothers of the now deceased David Auchterlonie Builder in Edinburgh and Margaret Auchterlonie his Sister Relict of the deceased Andrew Tosh Messenger in Kirkcaldy,…

…and of David Auchterlonie Mason in Linktown his father who we hereby agree shall likewise have his liferent of the subjects in manner underwritten That is to say That after the deceased of the said Janet Auchterionie & David Auchterionie at the time of his deceased shall be equally divided among us the said John, William, Alexander, & Margaret Auchterlonies…

…And to Cicel Wilson wife of me of me John Auchterlonie Isabel Robertson wife of me William Auchterlonie to Agnes Walker wife of me Alex r Auchterlonie in Conjunct fee & liferent for our respective wives their… 
Auchterlonie, John (I217)
 

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