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151 Bertha and Nettie were fraternal twins. Strickland, Bertha
 
152 Catharine Parr Traill has a wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catharine_Parr_Traill

She also has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=6448 
Strickland, Catharine Parr
 
153 The research for unpublished book has her born in 1878, not 1875 Strickland, Cecilia Mary
 
154 George and Ida were twins. Strickland, George
 
155 Note the comment on his death certificate: "Neglect of parents" Strickland, George
 
156 She died of diptheria, just like her twin brother had a few days previously. Strickland, Ida
 
157 Lived at: Malibu, California, USA Strickland, Janet
 
158 Per the death certificate, John was killed by an accidental shooting - presumably by someone else during a hunting expedition in the woods. Strickland, John Clement
 
159 Bertha and Nettie were fraternal twins. Strickland, Nettie
 
160 Samuel has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=4731 Strickland, Samuel
 
161 Lived only 2 hours - was not named. Strickland, Stillborn
 
162 The research source indicates that she died in 1928 Strickland, Susan Josephine
 
163 Susanna Moodie has a wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susanna_Moodie

She also has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=5854 
Strickland, Susanna
 
164 "Helen Swanson Sutherland from Tomintoul" Sutherland, Helen Swanson
 
165 Mr. Nicholas Sutherland of Guelph, Ontario and formerly of Jedburgh and of the Forfarshire Regiment of Militia. Sutherland, Captain Nicolas
 
166 She grew up in Beamsville in the Niagara area - probably born there. Taylor, Norma Ruth
 
167 The birth location is just a guess, but that's what it looks like to me on the marriage cert. Thomas, Elizabeth A.
 
168 Known as Westgarth. Thomson, William Westgarth
 
169 I am not certain if Amelia was the daughter by William's first wife or his second wife. Traill, Amelia Heddle "Millie"
 
170 The 1911 census record must be referring to her, but why does it look like Rachel? Is she Rachel Anne or something like that? Traill, Annie
 
171 Could possibly have died in 1862? Web is ambiguous. Traill, Catherine Amelia
 
172 Enlisted in AIF June 1918.Stated trade as chemist,next of kin Jessie Walker Traill,address Macleay St Darlinghurst. Two years service in Boer War. This is supported by Andrew James, who says Pa ( William Harold) told him about watching Magnus leave on a trooop ship. Was medically discharged from AIF with a heart condition .

Although his father's death record gives different ages for Edwin Magnus and his twin brother William Harold, this must have been a mistake as the family always refered to them as twins. (Source: Anne Eager) 
Traill, Edwin Magnus
 
173 Frederick Traill arrived in Melbourne on board the "Superb" in 1869.He was an official of the P & O Steamship company .
Went to Madras College,lived at St Andrews 1861-1869 where he was a member of the 3rd Fife St Andrews Artillery Coy
Prospected in Ballarat 1873-1874.
Joined the South Yarra Rifle Coy, Toorak 1876-78 
Traill, Frederick
 
174 George Traill, from Blebo in Fifeshire Traill, George
 
175 William Traill was 5th Laird of Westness and 4th of Woodwick. William was made Burgess and guild brother of Kirkwall (Orkney), by Order of Council on 8th Sept. 1818. Traill, George William
 
176 Martin Traill lists his birth as 24 Mar 1822:

Kirkwall OPR 21/6 B 1820 - 1854 (film 0990505), page 20, 1822
Traill, John, lawful son of William Traill of Woodwick Esquire and Mrs. Harriet Sarle, his spouse, was born 24th March and baptized 15 June by Mr. Dunn. Witnefses Samuel Laing Esquire and James Baikie Esquire 
Traill, John
 
177 He has a page at the Australian Dictionary of Biography Online: http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A120282b.htm

He was a military man (except between wars) and served in the Boer War, the First World War and died in 1942 on Active Service in the Second World War. He was a Colonel, was C.O of the 5th Battalion and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (the second highest distinction after the Victoria Cross) and the Military Cross. 
Traill, Col. John Charles Merriman
 
178 "Cath" ? Traill, Katherine
 
179 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
180 The Collections Canada website lists his birth as "1857" with no date specified. Traill, Richard Henry
 
181 The Orkney Traills book lists his birthday as "16 Feb 1866" but I think this must be a typo. Potentially the 16 Feb is the right date, but in 1859? Traill, Thomas Edward Strickland
 
182 Henry (as he was known) was murdered at Kingston Penitentiary. His 3-year-old daughter Katharine Parr was adopted by Catharine. Traill, Thomas Henry Strickland ("Harry")
 
183 The Traill book says that Walter was a Surgeon in the Royal Navy, and died unmarried. Could his child Frank have been illegitimate? Traill, Walter
 
184 Made Burgess of Kirkwall, by order of Council, 28th September, 1706. Traill, William
 
185 The Orkney Traills book gives his birthday as "26 Jul 1845" Traill, William Edward
 
186 Although his father's death record gives different ages for Edwin Magnus and his twin brother William Harold, this must have been a mistake as the family always refered to them as twins. (Source: Anne Eager) Traill, William Harold
 
187 William's two wives were half sisters - presumably by James Lewis and two different women. Traill, William Henry "Harry"
 
188 Died the flu epidemic of 1918. Trew, Phebe Marshall
 
189 Kivas has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=7108

Kivas has a wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kivas_Tully 
Tully, Kivas
 
190 Syndney Strickland Tully was a noted Canadian artist. A brief bio and list of related publications can be found here: http://cwahi.concordia.ca/sources/artists/displayArtist.php?ID_artist=117 Tully, Sydney Strickland
 
191 He founded the "Vickers Express" and was an alderman on the Toronto city council. More info in the sources. Vickers, John Joseph
 
192 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
193 According to the Wyatt family tree website, her name was registered as Catherine Isabel Wyatt, but was subsequently changed. Wyatt, Catherine Mabel
 
194 When Emma Wyatt Baker died of consumption June 1, 1859, at the age of 34, just a few months after her husband, she left a young family of two sons and four daughters who were brought up by relatives. Letters of Guardianship were filed in 1870 by Henry and Emma Wyatt where they were appointed legal guardians of the two youngest children, Emma Maria Baker and George Percival Baker. Wyatt, Emma
 
195 This is an attestation by his Aunt years later, in 1933. The year conflicts with his military records, so there could be a mistake, but if so then there is a consistency problem with John's brother who was born 8 Aug 1875. Source: Birth attestation - John James Green 1874
 
196 The first name is not visible for some reason, but the date and gender matches up with the 1881 census, so this seems likely to be Jemima. The date of May 4 does not match up exactly with family records that say April 27, but pretty darn close. Source: Birth record - Jemima McArthur 1872
 
197 Note: "Richard J. McLaren" was incorrectly transcribed as "Michael" by familysearch.com folks. Source: Census - Canada1881 - Henry McLaren family plus Jane McLaren (widowed) family in Hamilton
 
198 Clipping found in the effects of Isabel McArthur, cousin of Isobel. Newpaper unknown, but presumably Globe and Mail or Toronto Star. Image provided by Catharine Heddle. Source: Death notice - Isobel Pearl Lowry 1994
 
199 His mother's maiden surname is given as Grimes, not Emms, but this is thought to be a transcription error. Source: Death record - Frederick Herbert Traill 1909
 
200 I believe the Robert to be John Robert, subsequently known as John R. Source: Familysearch.org - Strickland John and Sarah in 1881 Canadian Census
 

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