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!881 Census Referring to William COLLINSON and family
!881 Census Referring to William COLLINSON and family
 
 
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'Ju' and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
"Ju" and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
 
 
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“Franklin Relic”
“Franklin Relic”
A copper kettle recovered by John Marshall in July 1866 from a cairn left by the Franklin expedition in 1851 
 
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“Ju” and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
“Ju” and Thomas Buchanan Presenting Prizes at Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton
 
 
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“Ju” Buchanan nee Myhill, Richard Collinson, Suzanne 'Billie' Collinson nee Buchanan and two unknown pups
“Ju” Buchanan nee Myhill, Richard Collinson, Suzanne "Billie" Collinson nee Buchanan and two unknown pups
 
 
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“Little Roy”
“Little Roy”
David Roy Urquhart, about 10 yrs old 
 
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121 Willingham Street, Weelsby with Clee, Lincolnshire, England
121 Willingham Street, Weelsby with Clee, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 - This is a modern house occupying the site 
 
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1891 Census Return
1891 Census Return
Robert Collinson, Susanna Collinson (nee Vesey) 
 
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1901 Census referring to Gertrude L COLLINSON daughter of Herbert COLLINSON
1901 Census referring to Gertrude L COLLINSON daughter of Herbert COLLINSON
 
 
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191 Legsby Avenue, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
191 Legsby Avenue, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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1911 Census Return Referring to Robert COLLINSON
1911 Census Return Referring to Robert COLLINSON
 
 
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240 Welholme Road in 2008
240 Welholme Road in 2008
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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25<sup>th</sup> June 1970 MV Maplebank arrived in Buenos Aires This as the identity card issued to Richard
25th June 1970 MV Maplebank arrived in Buenos Aires This as the identity card issued to Richard
 
 
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32 Thomas Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
32 Thomas Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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47 Hare Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
47 Hare Street, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England
Ruairidh Greig took this photograph in 2008 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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<b> Memorial Stone Erected by John Marshall</b><br /><br />Face of Stone
Memorial Stone Erected by John Marshall

Face of Stone

Status: Located
ERECTED
BY
JAMES MARSHALL,

Seaman.
In Memory of his Father
JOHN MARSHALL.
Shipmaster.
Who died 8th March 1857, Aged 52.
Also his Mother; SARAH LAWRANCE,
Who died 15th February 1872 Aged 67.
And his son JOHN HENDRY,
Who died 23rd Oct 1865, Aged 7.
Deeply Regreated.
Also of their lamented son, JAMES,
Who was drowned in Dunbar Bay; With the Jane of Peterhead on the
14th Oct 1881 Aged 20 years.
The raging sea rose high that day. The stormy wind did roar
Our Son engulfed by angry waves Has reached another shore


Copy of gravestone in Peterhead Old Kirkyard on South Road.
Copy made on a visit to Peterhead 10th April 1999 by Ruairidh Greig who typed this


 
 
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<b> Memorial Stone Erected by John Marshall</b><br><br>Rear of Stone
Memorial Stone Erected by John Marshall

Rear of Stone

Status: Located
Also of the late
JAMES MARSHALL,,
Seaman, who was drowned
At sea of (sic) the Perseverance, 1901
Aged 65 years.
WILLIAM MCKEN MARSHALL,
Youngest son of the above
Died 20th July 1916 aged 50 years
Interred in Cambio Cemetery
Rio de Janeiro
Deeply Mourned
Also MARGARET MCKEN
Widow of JAMES MARSHALL,
Died 19th Oct. 1928 aged 93 years
Loved and Mourned.
Also AGNES MCKEN,
Who died at Aberdeen on 17th January 1932
aged 84 years.

Photo and inscription copy kindly supplied by Alison Kennedy
 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
The Port Carronade 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Stern Cabin - from ashore 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Carpenter's Walk 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Admiral's Cabin 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Main Hatchway 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Tiller - Looking aft 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Lower Gun Deck - Tiller - Looking Forward 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Lower Gun Deck - Lower section of Double Tier Capstan 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Gun Deck Detail 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Upper Gun Deck 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Poop Deck 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
Figurehead and Beakhead 
 
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<b>HMS Victory</b>
HMS Victory
The Calendar Cover 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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<b>Marriatt and Matilda Collinson</b>
Marriatt and Matilda Collinson
Status: Located
In
Loving Remembrance of
Marriatt (Mark)
Collinson

Born July 15th 1849
Died June 5th1910
---
Christ - we link the broken chain
closer, when we meet again

---
also Matilda
wife of the above
who fell asleep
January 3rd1920
aged 71 years
---
Absent from the body
Present with the Lord
---
safe within the veil
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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<b>Memorial Erected by Helen Pattillo</b>
Memorial Erected by Helen Pattillo
Status: Located
ERECTED
By HELEN PATTILLO
In Memory of her Husband
JOHN CRAMOND
Sometime Cooper in Peterhead
Who died on the 15th January 1847
In the 48th year of his Age
Also their son ALEXANDER
Who died at Garmouth 9th June
1861 Aged 34 yrs
And JOHN who died
At Melbourne Australia 1st February
1862 Aged 33 years
and his spouse
ELISABETH CARDNO
Who died at Melbourne 30th Sept
1858 Aged 25 yrs
And their infant daughter
HELEN AMELIA who died
1st October
1858 Aged 1 Month
Also the Above
HELLEN PATTILLO Who Died
4th April 1873 Aged 79 yrs
their daughter HELEN
Who Died 16th Oct 1917
Aged 86yrs
MARGARET Elder daughter of the above
Wife of JOHN MARSHALL Shipmaster
Died 7th April 1869

Copy of gravestone in Peterhead Old Churchyard on South Road.
The stone is about 20 metres south of the ruined church’s tower.
Copy made on a visit to Peterhead 10th April 1999 by Ruairidh Greig who typed this
 
 
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<b>MV Opawa</b> Off No 306210, Gross 38995.92, Nett 23940, IHP 20800
MV Opawa Off No 306210, Gross 38995.92, Nett 23940, IHP 20800
Richard joined his first Trident Tanker as Extra 3rd Officer on the 14 Feb 1967 in Milford Haven.
He p[aid off in Lavera, Marseilles on the 17th August 1968 
 
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<b>ss Ellora</b> of London,Trident Tankers; Off No 300949; G.T. 24339.73; N.T 14596.68
ss Ellora of London,Trident Tankers; Off No 300949; G.T. 24339.73; N.T 14596.68
Richard joined "Ellora" in Antwerp as 3rd Mate on the 20th October 1967 and left on the 25th April 1968.

This picture does not show "Ellora" in Trident Tanker colours. 
 
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<b>The sinking of the 'Jane' of Peterhead - October 14<sup>th</sup> 1881</b>
The sinking of the "Jane" of Peterhead - October 14th 1881
Towards the bottom of the face of the Memorial Stone erected by James Marshall is the following for his son, also called James -
Also of their lamented son, JAMES,
who was drowned in Dunbar Bay
With the Jane of Peterhead on the 14th Oct 1881 Aged 20 years.

This is the story behind those few sad words 
 
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<strong> A History Of Scottish Buchanans<strong/>
A History Of Scottish Buchanans
Entry in Black's The Surnames of Scotland  
 
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<strong>MEDICAL WORK OF THE MINISTRY OF PENSIONS<strong/>
MEDICAL WORK OF THE MINISTRY OF PENSIONS
Published in the British Medical Journal November 13th 1937 
 
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<strong>The Origins of the Name Collinson</strong>
The Origins of the Name Collinson
This was passed to me by Joe Collinson 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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A Garden Party at 240 Welholme Road
A Garden Party at 240 Welholme Road
Standing L to R:Sarah(Cissie) Warburton, Jessie Kydd, Unknown, Unknown, Helen Urquhart, Unknown, Helen Warburton, Helen Kydd
Seated L-R ?, Christine Warburton, Warburton Boys


Mouseover faces to see names, click on face to go to datapage.
 
 
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A letter - probably the last one - from George Trevelyan
Wrafter to his daughter 'Doria'
A letter - probably the last one - from George Trevelyan Wrafter to his daughter "Doria"
 
 
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A Letter From Christine
A Letter From Christine
This letter copies a letter from Wynkie Higginbottom which tells a tale of Tom and Shirley Baker's meeting with Wright Collinson's widow. Of course they didn't realise that Wright Collinson was Marriott Collinson's brother.  
 
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A letter from Dorothy Wrafter (nee Myhill) to Dora Wrafter the daughter of George Trevelyn Wrafter.
A letter from Dorothy Wrafter (nee Myhill) to Dora Wrafter the daughter of George Trevelyn Wrafter.
 
 
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A Letter from James Marshall to John Marshall - 1888
A Letter from James Marshall to John Marshall - 1888
 
 
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A letter From the Red Cross to David Urquhart
A letter From the Red Cross to David Urquhart
The letter testifies to James Urquhart's last actions before his death at Loos. His body was never recovered and my Great Grandmother would not accept her son's death for a long time. 
 

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