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At Lerwick_ on Saturday the 31st ultimo_ Miss JESSIE OGILVY_ in her .rtf

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									Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                       Page 1 of 15


At Lerwick, on Saturday the 31st ultimo, Miss JESSIE OGILVY, in her 81st year. Friends
will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 7/1/1882)
At Glasgow, on the 15th instant, JOHN LEASK STOUT, second son of the late WILLIAM
STOUT, writer, Lerwick. (Shetland Times 28/1/1882)
At the Manse, Tingwall, on the 22nd instant, LOUISA CAMPBELL SLOANE, aged 14
years, fourth daughter of the late Rev. JOHN SLOANE, missionary at Whiteness. (Shetland
Times 28/1/1882)
At 14 Brasenose Road, Liverpool, on the 18th January, CHARLOTTE, beloved wife of
Captain WILLIAM MUNRO, of the barque 'Scotland', aged 42 years. Friends will please
accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 4/2/1882)
At Northness, Lerwick, on the 23rd ultimo, JOHN DUNCAN, carpenter, aged 73 years.
(Shetland Times 4/2/1882)
At Aithsbank, Fetlar, on the 23rd ultimo, ANN HELEN HARPER, beloved wife of JAMES
GARRIOCK. (Shetland Times 4/2/1882)
At Mountfield Cottage, on the 1st instant, THOMAS JOHNSTONE, aged 32 years. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 4/2/1882)
At Lerwick, on Wednesday the 1st instant (suddenly) THOMAS AFFLECK, aged 19 years.
Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 4/2/1882)
At Sydney, New South Wales, on the 19th October last, MARGARET MORRISON, wife of
Mr WILLIAM TOMISON, and eldest daughter of the late Rev. PETER McGUFFIE, U.P.
Church, Lerwick. (Shetland Times 11/2/1882)
At Hamilton-on-Forth, Tasmania, on the 16th December last, CHARLES C. LEISK,
youngest son of the late THOMAS LEISK, cooper, Lerwick, aged 31 years. Friends will
please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 11/2/1882)
At Albany Terrace, Renfrew Street, Glasgow, on the 8th instant, MARY ELIZABETH
IRVINE, daughter of the late ANDREW IRVINE, of Lerwick, Shetland. (Shetland Times
18/2/1882)
At Westsandwick, on the 24th February, LAURENCE SINCLAIR, aged 86 years. (Shetland
Times 4/3/1882)
On the 25th February, at Skilister, Nesting, LAURA INCHES, eldest daughter of THOMAS
GAIR, shoemaker, aged 35 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 4/3/1882)
At Westhouse, Cunningsburgh, on the 27th February, ELIZABETH ROBERTSON (daughter
of the late Captain PETRIE), wife of JOHN WILLIAM IRVINE, aged 29 years. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 4/3/1882)
At Gardisting, Mid-Yell, on the 7th instant, after a short illness, W. D. PATTERSON, Esq.,
M.D. (Shetland Times 11/3/1882)
At 4 Brighton Terrace, Craigmore, Rothesay, on the 12th instant, WILLIAM JAMIESON,
late of Liverpool, in his 88th year. (Shetland Times 18/3/1882)
At Gritquoy, Walls, on the 15th instant, MARY IRVINE, wife of SCOTT ROBERTSON,
aged 78 years. (Shetland Times 18/3/1882)
At Westerwick, Sandsting, on the 19th instant, HAY JAMIESON, aged 67 years. (Shetland
Times 25/3/1882)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                         Page 2 of 15


At The Lees, Hamersvoe, Northmavine, ANDERINA HALCROW, in her 82nd year.
(Shetland Times 1/4/1882)
On the 7th February, at Ocraquay, Cunningsburgh, of bronchitis, LAURENCE BAIN,
farmer. Friends at a distance will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 8/4/1882)
At Gott, Tingwall Parish, on the 1st instant, MARGARET PAPLAY, of Stennis, Orkney,
aged 60 years. (Shetland Times 15/4/1882)
At Chromate Lane, Lerwick, on the 9th instant, JOHN RUSSELL, aged 20 years, son of Mr
RUSSELL, bookseller. (Shetland Times 15/4/1882)
At Reform Lane, Lerwick, on the 14th instant, GEORGE IRVINE, merchant, in his eighty-
ninth year. Friends will please accept this the only intimation. (Shetland Times 15/4/1882)
At Wellington, New Zealand, of diphtheria, on 27th January, 1882, BARBARA, aged 5 years
and 7 months; and on 30th same month, JOHN, aged 3 years and 9 months, youngest children
of Mr ROBERT TAIT, late of Lerwick. (Shetland Times 15/4/1882)
At Chromate Lane, Lerwick, on the 17th instant, WILLAMINA SINCLAIR, aged 93 years.
(Shetland Times 22/4/1882)
On the 15th instant, at Freefield, SARAH HARCULESON, wife to THOMAS NELSON,
aged 72. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 22/4/1882)
At 2 Crimon Place, Aberdeen, on the 20th instant, GEORGE JAMIESON, the beloved son of
HIND HARPER, aged 18 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 29/4/1882)
At 18 Pitt Lane, Lerwick, on the 23rd instant, ANDRINA CHARLOTTE ANDERSON, relict
of the late LAURENCE ROBERTSON, Lerwick, aged 71 years. (Shetland Times 29/4/1882)
At Sutter Creek, California, on the 31st December last, ANNA MARY JEROMSON, aged 60
years, a native of Fetlar. (Shetland Times 6/5/1882)
At the North Pier, Lerwick, on the 2nd instant, MALCOLM DUNCAN, aged 91 years 8
months. (Shetland Times 6/5/1882)
At Voe, Delting, on the 6th instant, MAGNUS HUTCHISON, aged 22. Deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 13/5/1882)
At 16 Commercial Street, Lerwick, on the 7th instant, ANDREW MACBETH, aged 74 years
and 10 months. (Shetland Times 13/5/1882)
At Mosshouse, on the 10th instant, ADAM DICKSON, of Effirth, in his 82 year. (Shetland
Times 13/5/1882)
At Cuppaster, on the 13th instant, JANE CHARLOTTE KEITH, the beloved wife of R. C.
SUTHERLAND, aged 27 years. Deeply regretted by all who knew her. (Shetland Times
20/5/1882)
At the residence of his cousin, Scott Laurenson, Esq., Waukegan, Illinois, U.S.A., on the 12th
day of April last, JOHN LAURENSON, aged 72 years, a native of Nesting, Shetland.
(Shetland Times 20/5/1882)
At Swinister, Delting, on the 15th instant, JOHN MURRAY, aged 90 years. (Shetland Times
20/5/1882)
At Aithsetter, Cunningsburgh, on the 15th instant, MARGARET CHRISTIE, relict of the late
ADAM HALCROW, in her 98th year. (Shetland Times 20/5/1882)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                       Page 3 of 15


At the Manse, Tingwall, on the 26th instant, HELEN JANE SLOANE, aged 19 years, second
daughter of the late Rev. JOHN SLOANE, missionary at Whiteness. (Shetland Times
27/5/1882)
At Lochside, Lerwick, on the 13th instant, DAVID NICOLSON, cooper, aged 44 years.
Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 17/6/1882)
On the 8th May, at his mother's residence, Burke Road, Upper Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia,
after a painful illness of 2 years and 3 months, THOMAS, eldest son of the late ANDREW
FORDYCE. (Shetland Times 24/6/1882)
At Burns House, Lerwick, on the 21st intant, JAMES SPENCE, of Houstine, Unst, aged 53
years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 24/6/1882)
At Glaitness, South Nesting, on the 24th ultimo, JOHN ANGUS, fifth son of JAMES
POTTINGER, preacher, aged 19 years. Much beloved and deeply regretted. (Shetland
Times 1/7/1882)
At 76 Kirkgate, Leith, on the 26th ultimo, aged 56 years, JANE GRIERSON, wife of
WILLIAM GIFFORD. Friends will please accept of this intimation. (Shetland Times
1/7/1882)
At Havelock Lane, Lerwick, on the 29th ultimo, CHRISTINA COUTTS, widow of the late
ALEXANDER ARCUS, aged 101 years. (Shetland Times 1/7/1882)
At 10 Grafton Square, Glasgow, on the 3rd instant, LAURENCE HALCROW, aged 27 years.
(Shetland Times 8/7/1882)
At Lerwick, on the 3rd instant, Mr RICHARD T. TAIT, ironmonger. Deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 8/7/1882)
At Finnigarth, Walls, Shetland, on the 3rd instant, WILLIAM FRASER, aged 80 years.
Deeply regretted. Invercargill and other New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland Times
8/7/1882)
At North Camperdown, Sandwick Parish, on the 5th July, CHARLOTTE TAYLOR, wife of
THOMAS MALCOLMSON, aged 74 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 8/7/1882)
At Mangaster, Northmavine, on the 10th instant, ELIZABETH HAWICK, widow of the late
MAGNUS STOVE, North Roe, aged 91 years. (Shetland Times 22/7/1882)
At 75 Lawrence Street, Sunderland, on the 14 inst., after a painful illness, WILLIAM
IRVINE, tailor, late of Dunrossness, aged 67 years. (Shetland Times 29/7/1882)
At Skillister, Nesting, on the 25th instant, THOMAS GAIR, shoemaker, aged 67 years.
Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 29/7/1882)
At his residence, 76 Commercial Street, Lerwick, on the 3rd instant, GILBERT HARRISON,
late merchant, aged 84 years. (Shetland Times 5/8/1882)
At New Town, Lerwick, on the 15th instant (suddenly), JAMES SINCLAIR, aged 61 years.
(Shetland Times 19/8/1882)
At Chromate Lane, on the 26th instant, DAVID LEISK, youngest son of JAMES BRUCE,
late teacher, Urafirth, Northmaven, aged 26 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times
26/8/1882)
Suddenly, in railway carriage near Stirling, on the 31st ultimo, on his way home from South
Africa, ROBERT, third son of the late Mr ROBERT LINKLATER, Merchant, Lerwick, aged
27 years. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. (Shetland Times 2/9/1882)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                        Page 4 of 15


At Inhouse, near Mossbank, on the 8th instant, at 1a.m., ANN INKSTER, the beloved wife of
HERCULES HENDERSON. Deeply regretted. New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland
Times 9/9/1882)
At the Knab, Lerwick, on the 15th instant, THOMAS JOHN JOHNSTON, belonging to
Fetlar, aged 20. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 16/9/1882)
At Liverpool, on the 4th instant, in his 86th year, THOMAS TULLOCH, who was for a
period of 25 years, postman from Lerwick to Walls. Friends will accept this intimation.
(Shetland Times 16/9/1882)
At 10 Reform Lane, Lerwick, on Saturday the 23rd instant, ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON,
aged 75 years. (Shetland Times 23/9/1882)
At Netherhoul, West Yell, on the 22nd instant, INGA BLANCE, wife of THOMAS GRAY,
aged 56 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 30/9/1882)
At Stove's Pier, Lerwick, on the 28th instant, ARTHUR PATON, aged 44 years. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 30/9/1882)
At Scalloway, on the 8th instant, JAMES, youngest son of the late Mr R. SCOTT, Scalloway.
(Shetland Times 14/10/1882)
At 2711 Emerald Avenue, Chicago, America, on 23rd September, after a lingering illness,
WILLIAM, younger son of the late Mr GEORGE GREIG, Lerwick. Deeply regretted by his
sorrowing family. (Shetland Times 21/10/1882)
At 2 Albert Court, on the 21st instant, GEORGE ANDREW, second son of the late
ANDREW GIFFORD, sailor, Lerwick, aged 13 years and 1 month. Deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 28/10/1882)
At Gutcher, North Yell, on the 21st October, JOHN S. HOUSTON, teacher, aged 60 years.
(Shetland Times 4/11/1882)
At 94 Eldon Street, South Shields, on the 23rd ult., JANE ELIZABETH, eldest daughter of
ROBERT and ELLEN GARRIOCK, aged six years. (Shetland Times 4/11/1882)
At South Voe, Walls, on the 1st instant, MARY JAMIESON, relict of the late GEORGE
GEORGESON, of Kinkwall, aged 85 years. (Shetland Times 4/11/1882)
At Brooklyn, U.S.A., on the 28th October, JOHN THOMAS, eldest son of the late JOHN
MULLAY - deeply regretted. Friends please accept of this intimation. (Shetland Times
18/11/1882)
At Billister, Nesting, on 14th instant, ISABELLA TAIT, relict of ARTHUR HUNTER, in the
77th year of her age. Much regretted by her sorrowing family and by all who knew her.
(Shetland Times 18/11/1882)
At Seafield Cottage, Lerwick, on the 16th instant, JOSEPH LEASK, Esq. of Sand, in the 86th
year of his age. (Shetland Times 18/11/1882)
At 4 Fox Lane, Lerwick, on Sunday, the 19th instant, GEORGE FRASER, seaman, aged 43
years. Deeply regretted by all who knew him. (Shetland Times 25/11/1882)
At Gabriola Island, B.C., on the 22nd October, ANN, wife of MAGNUS EDGAR, late of
Tingwall. (Shetland Times 16/12/1882)
At Brooklyn, U.S.A., on the 22nd November, MAGGIE ANN, third daughter of the late
JOHN THOMAS MULLAY. (Shetland Times 16/12/1882)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                        Page 5 of 15


At Ellister, Bigton, Dunrossness, on the 16th instant, HENRY LEASK, aged 95 years.
(Shetland Times 23/12/1882)
At Grimasta, on the 17th instant, MARJORY BURGESS, the beloved wife of SINCLAIR
POTTINGER. (Shetland Times 23/12/1882)
At Sarsetter, Delting, on the 18th instant, MARGARET TULLOCH, late of Lerwick, aged 83
years and 11 months. (Shetland Times 23/12/1882)
At the Anderson Institute, Lerwick, on the 19th inst., AGNES RUSSELL, daughter of JOHN
ALLARDICE. (Friends omitted will please accept this intimation.) (Shetland Times
23/12/1882)
At Brooklyn, U.S.A., on the 9th December, SARAH AGNES, youngest child of the late
JOHN THOMAS MULLAY. (Shetland Times 30/12/1882)
At London, on 21st December, 1882, William Arthur Baillie, second son of James and Ann
Arcus, aged 31 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 6/1/1883)
At Garth, on the 29th December, ROBERT M'DONALD, shepherd, in the 38th year of his
age. New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland Times 6/1/1883)
At Hayfield, Lerwick, on the 3rd instant, Mrs PETER RIDLAND, aged 38 years. (Shetland
Times 6/1/1883)
At Udhouse, Mossbank, on the 2nd instant, aged 15 years, WILHELMINA ADIE POLE,
eldest daughter of William Pole, merchant. (Shetland Times 6/1/1883)
At Kirkhouse, Fetlar, on the 4th instant, CHARLES HART, aged 91 1/2 years. (Shetland
Times 13/1/1883)
At Graven, Delting, on the 29th December, JAMES ANDREW, son of JAMES SINCLAIR,
aged 3 years and 8 months. Friends will please accept of this the only intimation. (Shetland
Times 13/1/1883)
At Reform Lane, Lerwick, on the 6th instant, ANDERINA SHEWAN, beloved wife of
JOHN GILBERTSON, shoemaker, aged 53. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 13/1/1883)
At the New Town, Lerwick, on the 11th instant, PETER PETERSON, South Voxter, Delting,
aged 57 years. (Shetland Times 13/1/1883)
At 99 Albert Street, Leith Walk, on the 12th current, JAMES MENZIES, for many years
manager of the Gas Works here. (Shetland Times 20/1/1883)
At Navy Lane, Lerwick, on the 26th inst., ANN GIFFORD, aged 72 years. (Shetland Times
27/1/1883)
At North Ness, Lerwick, on the 22nd instant, JOHN DAVIDSON, aged 82 years. (Shetland
Times 27/1/1883)
At Norna's Court, on the 27th inst., ANN ANDERSON, relict of the late JAMES BLANCH,
tailor, aged 70 years. (Shetland Times 27/1/1883)
At 31 Commercial Street, Lerwick, on the 22nd instant, SARAH TAYLOR, wife of Wm.
NICOLSON, aged 77 years. After a lingering illness, borne with Christian patience. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 27/1/1883)
At 17 Rankeillor Street, Edinburgh, on the 24th ultimo, after a short illness, ISABELLA
MARGARET, daughter of the Rev. JOHN INGRAM, Hillside, Unst, aged 16. Friends please
accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 3/2/1883)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                       Page 6 of 15


At the Wesleyan Manse, Walls, on the 31st ultimo, RICHARD WILLIAM, infant son of the
Rev. L. H. E. JAMES, aged eight months. (Shetland Times 3/2/1883)
At Lincoln, America, on the 30th November, 1882, (suddenly), AGNES JANE, beloved wife
of Mr WALTER NICHOLSON, and third daughter of Mr JAMES BROWN, 14 Janefield
Place, Easter Road, Leith, late of Lerwick, Shetland. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times
3/2/1883)
At Cullister, Sandwick Parish, on the 12th instant, THOMAS MOUAT, aged 77 years.
Deeply regretted. American papers please copy. (Shetland Times 17/2/1883)
On the 18th? February, at 21 Normanby Street, Liverpool, CHARLES GIFFORD (late of
Lerwick), aged 72 years. (Shetland Times 24/2/1883)
At Winnipeg, Manitoba, on the 25th January, JAMES, youngest son of Mr JAMES
MALCOLMSON, Camperdown, Sandwick, aged 23 years. (Shetland Times 3/3/1883)
At Clousta, Aithsting, on the 11th ultimo, JOHN TAIT, merchant, aged 83 years. Friends
will please accept of this intimation. (Shetland Times 3/3/1883)
At Hellister, Whiteness, on the 22nd ultimo, suddenly, JAMES GARRICK, merchant, aged
67 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 3/3/1883)
At Sydney, New South Wales, on the 14th January last, ROBERT GARRIOCK, chief officer
of the ship Northampton, second son of Captain WILLIAM S. GARRIOCK, aged 26 years.
Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 10/3/1883)
At Houlland, Tingwall, on the 9th instant, MARGARET HENDERSON, beloved wife of
JAMES MORRISON, aged 34 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 10/3/1883)
At Hillhead, Lerwick, on the 13th instant, ISABELLA HECKLAND, youngest daughter of
Mr JAMES ABERNETHY, aged 2 years and three months. (Shetland Times 17/3/1883)
At 3 Mounthooly Street, Lerwick, on the 29th instant, ADAM LEASK, shoemaker, aged 72
years. (Shetland Times 31/3/1883)
At Linkster, Tingwall, on the 2nd instant, ELIZABETH (Betty), daughter of the late JOHN
OGILVY, farmer, Clova, Forfarshire, and dearly beloved sister of Mrs DUTHIE. Aged 75.
(Shetland Times 7/4/1883)
At Hangcliff Lane, Lerwick, on the 6th instant, PETER GOODLAD, aged 85 years. Much
esteemed. (Shetland Times 14/4/1883)
At Duke Town Mission House, Old Calaber, West Africa, on 24th February, the Rev.
SAMUEL H. EDGERLEY, Missionary, United Presbyterian Church. (Shetland Times
21/4/1883)
At 1 Hill Lane, Lerwick, on the 28th ultimo, CHRISTOPHER SANDISON, Shetland Times
Office, aged 41 years. (Shetland Times 5/5/1883)
At Stonganess, North Yell, on the 28th April, ELIZABETH LEVIE MOAR, aged 18 years,
daughter of the late ALEXANDER MOAR. Deeply regretted by all who knew her.
(Shetland Times 5/5/1883)
At the North Pier, Lerwick, on the 29th ultimo, JOHN GEORGESON, aged 72 years. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 5/5/1883)
At Voe, Delting, on 10th instant, after a long illness, borne with Christian patience,
MARGARET, the beloved wife of JOHN HUTCHISON, blacksmith. Deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 12/5/1883)
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At Dunedin, Otago, N.Z., on the 27th February, JOHN, fourth son of the late Mr JOHN
TAIT, Clusta, Shetland. (Shetland Times 19/5/1883)
At her mother's residence, 129 Victoria Street, MARY, the beloved child of Mrs T.
FOTHERINGHAM, aged 2 years, 11 months and 18 days. - Toronto Globe, 1st May, 1883.
(Shetland Times 19/5/1883)
At 48 Arundel Square, London, on the 16th instant, CHARLES GILBERT DUNCAN,
youngest son of the late JAMES LEVACK, saddler, Lerwick, and formerly of Wick, in the
24th year of his age. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 19/5/1883)
On the 25th instant, at 43 Commercial Street, Lerwick, SUSAN JANE, wife of GEORGE R.
LINKLATER, draper, aged 34 years. (Shetland Times 26/5/1883)
At 6 Lorne Street, Leith Walk, on the 25th ultimo, JACK WILLIAMSON, formerly of
Assater, Northmavine, Shetland. Friends will kindly accept this intimation. (Shetland Times
2/6/1883)
Accidentally drowned, on the evening of Wednesday the 6th instant, DAVID KAY, Pitt
Lane, Lerwick, aged 72 years. Friends will kindly accept this, the only intimation. (Shetland
Times 9/6/1883)
At Cunisfirth [Ennisfirth?], Northmavine, on the 20th ultimo, at the house of her son-in-law,
ANN INKSTER, aged 84 years, wife of the late ROBERT WISHART, farmer and fisherman,
Gluss, Northmavine, Shetland. Australian and New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland
Times 16/6/1883)
On the 31st March, at 162 Johnston Street, Collingswood, Victoria, ADAM DICKSON
TAIT, fifth son of the late JOHN TAIT, of Clousta, Aithsting. (Shetland Times 16/6/1883)
At 21 Dombay Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, on the 28th of May, 1883, SAMUEL DUNN
CLARK, ship master, aged 45 years. (Shetland Times 23/6/1883)
At the Free Church Manse, Delting, on the 24th instant, in his fifth year, WILLIAM, the
beloved son of the Rev. JOHN D. ROGERS. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 30/6/1883)
At Schoolhouse, Port of Monteith, Stirling, on the 25th instant, STEPHEN VEITCH, aged
57. Friends omitted please accept of this intimation. (Shetland Times 30/6/1883)
At 14 Brasenose Road, Liverpool, on the 28th May last, AGNES, daughter of JOHN
JAMIESON, late of Lerwick, aged 23 years. (Shetland Times 7/7/1883)
At Greenfield Place, Lerwick, on the 4th instant, Mrs ROBERT MULLAY, aged 73 years.
Friends omitted please accept this intimation. Australian and Tasmanian papers please copy.
(Shetland Times 7/7/1883)
At 27 Verulan Street, Liverpool, on the 7th July, ARTHUR COUTTS, late of Lerwick, aged
66 years. (Shetland Times 14/7/1883)
At the house of her son-in-law, the late John Twatt, Lochside Cottage, Voe, Walls, on the
21st instant, JANET ROBERTSON, aged 82 years, relict of the late WILLIAM
ROBERTSON, Mason, Freefield, Lerwick. (Australian papers please copy) (Shetland Times
28/7/1883)
At Logie, North Yell, on the 28th ultimo, THOMAS URQUHART, merchant. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 4/8/1883)
At Gutcher, on the 29th ultimo, JOHN HOSEASON, of Gutcher, aged 71 years. (Shetland
Times 11/8/1883)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                     Page 8 of 15


At Bressay School House, on the 9th instant, GEORGE LINKLATER, School Master, aged
25 years. (Shetland Times 11/8/1883)
At Brebister, Parish of Northmavine, on the 2nd current, CHRISTINA SMITH, widow of
CHRISTOPHER SMITH, in her 95th year. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 11/8/1883)
At Veensgarth, on the 7th instant, LILIAS, wife of HENRY JOHN HENRY. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 11/8/1883)
At Robertson's Buildings, New Town, Lerwick, on the 10th instant, WILHELMINA
CHRISTINA ANN, the infant daughter of WILLIAM S. JAMIESON, aged eight months and
thirteen days. Deeply lamented. (Shetland Times 11/8/1883)
At 14 King Street, Liverpool, on the 4th August, Captain CHARLES COWAN LEISK, (late
of Nesting, Shetland), aged 65 years. (Shetland Times 18/8/1883)
At 1 Burns Lane, Lerwick, on the 12th instant, MARRION ROBERTSON, relict of the late
ARTHUR POTTINGER, shipmaster, Scalloway, aged 89 years and 11 months. (Shetland
Times 18/8/1883)
At Clothan, West Yell, on the 13th instant, THEODORE JOHNSON, of Clothan, aged 69
years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 18/8/1883)
At the Manse of Nesting, on the 14th instant, ANN SANDISON LEVIE, the beloved eldest
daughter of the Rev. WILLIAM LEVIE, minister of Nesting. (Shetland Times 22/9/1883)
At Scalloway, on the 15th instant, GILBERT TULLOCH, for many years manager to Messrs
Hay & Co., Blacksness. (Shetland Times 22/9/1883)
At Commercial Bank House, Lerwick, on the evening of Friday the 21st instant, ANNA
ELIZA OGILVY, daughter of the late GILBERT DUNCAN, Esq., aged 58 years. (Shetland
Times 22/9/1883)
At the Manse of Glencorse, on the 18th instant, ROBERT BAILLIE, son of THOMAS
STRONG, Lerwick, aged 32 years. Deeply regretted. Friends omitted kindly accept this
intimation. New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland Times 22/9/1883)
On board H.M.S. Constance, at Calleo, on August 13th, DAVID JAMIESON, carpenter, son
of the late JOHN JAMIESON, Lerwick, aged 36 years. (Shetland Times 29/9/1883)
At Haroldswick, Shetland, on the 25th September, THOMAS HAY, aged 32, son of the late
JAMES HAY of Haroldswick. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 13/10/1883)
At Hoswick, on the 10th instant, AGNES SCOTT, wife of ROBERT DUNCAN. (Shetland
Times 13/10/1883)
At Swinkle House, Longsleddale, Kendal, on the 4th instant, MILES WALKER, Esq., J.P.,
aged 82 years. (Shetland Times 20/10/1883)
At Breck of Steppigrind, Whiteness, on the 12th instant, Widow ISBISTER, aged 87 years.
(Shetland Times 20/10/1883)
At Church Lane, Lerwick, on the 14th instant, BARBARA FRASER, Walls, youngest
daughter of PETER and JEMIMA FRASER, aged 20 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland
Times 20/10/1883)
At Aithsetter, Cunningsburgh, on the 21st instant, JOHN THOMSON, retired teacher, aged
78. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 27/10/1883)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                    Page 9 of 15


At 1 Victoria Wharf, on the 22nd instant, Mr WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Merchant. Friends
omitted will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 27/10/1883)
At Mounthooly Street, Lerwick, on the 29th ultimo, ANN SKINNER HEDDELL, widow of
P. D. LOETERBAGH. Friends omitted please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times
3/11/1883)
At 12 Commercial Street, on the 31st ultimo, MARGARET JENKINS, second daughter of
JOHN HARDIE, housewright. (Shetland Times 3/11/1883)
At his residence, 5 Stirling Bank, Hawick, on the 3rd instant, ANDREW HEDDELL
BLANCE, aged 31 years. (Shetland Times 10/11/1883)
At 17 Burn's Lane, Lerwick, on the 3rd instant, JANE ROBERTSON, relict of the late Wm.
STOVE, seaman, North Roe. Aged 82 years. (Shetland Times 10/11/1883)
At Smithy Cottage, Lerwick, on the 21st instant, MARGARET STRONG, relict of SCOTT
HUNTER, aged 86 years. (Shetland Times 24/11/1883)
At her residence, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand, on the 19th August, Mrs CLARK,
oldest daughter of SCOTT RUSSELL, blacksmith, Scalloway, aged 42 years. Deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 24/11/1883)
At Christchurch, New Zealand, on the 21st September, after a few months illness, MORGAN
LAURENSON, late of Lochend, Northmavine, aged 58 years. Much respected and deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 24/11/1883)
At Leegarth, Fetlar, on the 19th November, ELIZABETH FORDYCE, widow of the late
LAURENCE TAIT, aged 90 years. (Shetland Times 1/12/1883)
At her son's house, 3 Lilyhill Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 23rd ultimo, BARBARA
HALCROW, widow of the late CHARLES SIMONSON, sen., Lerwick, aged 85 years.
(Shetland Times 1/12/1883)
At the Schoolhouse, Fair Isle, on the 25th ultimo, WILLIAM LAURENCE, youngest son of
OGILVY JAMIESON, Scalloway. (Shetland Times 8/12/1883)
At 11 St Clair Street, Glasgow, on the 29th ultimo, ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND, aged 20
years. Deeply regretted by all who knew him. (Shetland Times 8/12/1883)
At Tow, Cunningsburgh, on the 3rd December, ELIZABETH McKAY, wife of ROBERT
GUNN, aged 42 years. (Shetland Times 8/12/1883)
At Marypark, Baltasound, Unst, on the 15th instant, CHRISTINA WATSON, widow of the
late Rev. D. WEBSTER, minister of Fetlar. Friends will please accept this intimation.
(Shetland Times 22/12/1883)
At Craigie's Court, Lerwick, on the 17th instant, HENRY WISHART, pensioner, aged 76
years. (Shetland Times 22/12/1883)
At 26 Mounthooly Street, Lerwick, on the 24th instant, CHRISTINA JOHNSON, relict of the
late JOHN MALCOLMSON, seaman, aged 79 years. (Shetland Times 29/12/1883)
At Gritquoy, Walls, on the 6th instant, SCOTT ROBERTSON, aged 88 years. (Shetland
Times 12/1/1884)
At Parkend, Little Brechin, on the 3rd instant, ELIZABETH BLACK or LONGMUIR,
widow of JOHN LONGMUIR, aged 57 years - much and deeply regretted. - People's Journal,
19th instant. (Shetland Times 26/1/1884)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                      Page 10 of 15


Accidently drowned between Oxna and Scalloway, on the 20th instant, ROBERT HUGH
SMITH, Robertson' Buildings, New Town, Lerwick, late of H.M. Cutter 'Eagle,' son of the
late JOHN SMITH, sailor, Cunningsburgh, aged 19 years - much and deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 26/1/1884)
At Newberry Park, Ventura Co., California, on the 12th December, 1883, of consumption,
BRUCE ALEXANDER SUTHERLAND, formerly of North Yell, aged 56 years. (Shetland
Times 2/2/1884)
At 7 Hangcliff Lane, Lerwick, on the 26th ultimo, MARY JANE ROBERTSON, aged 14
years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 2/2/1884)
At Victoria Wharf, Lerwick, on the 1st instant, WILLIAM LINKLATER, tailor, aged 43
years. (Shetland Times 2/2/1884)
At Mounthooly Street, Lerwick, on the 2nd instant, JOHANNA RAMSAY, widow of the late
THOMAS WILLIAMSON, Mid-Yell, aged 83 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times
2/2/1884)
At West Cliff, Bournemouth, on the 6th inst., THOMAS MOUNTFORD ADIE, of Laxfirth,
J.P., Voe, aged 69 years. (Shetland Times 9/2/1884)
At North Roe, Delting, on the 12th instant, GILBERT WILLIAMSON, aged 91 years.
(Shetland Times 16/2/1884)
At 16 Pitt Lane, Lerwick, on the 13th instant, HELEN G. STANLEY, wife of THOMAS W.
SMITH, aged 28 years. New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland Times 16/2/1884)
At North Brae, Delting, on the 12th instant, GILBERT WILLIAMSON, aged 91 years.
(Shetland Times 23/2/1884)
At High Street, Lerwick, on the 18th instant, SARAH GARRIOCK, beloved wife of
LAURENCE WILLIAMSON, shipmaster, aged 83 years. Much respected and deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 23/2/1884)
At Elvester, Walls, on the 17th instant, JOHN SMITH, aged 74 years. Deeply regretted.
(Australian and New Zealand papers please copy.) (Shetland Times 23/2/1884)
At Toronto, Canada, on the 4th ultimo, suddenly, MAGNUS SHEWAN, aged 75 years, a
native of Dunrossness, Shetland, and a resident of Toronto for 43 years. (Shetland Times
1/3/1884)
At Guelph, Canada, on the 5th ultimo, ANN BRUCE, wife of Neil J. Adie, lately of Voe,
Shetland. (Shetland Times 1/3/1884)
At 1 St Giles Street, Edinburgh, on the 13th ultimo, LAURENCE GILBERT ANDERSON,
aged 45 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 1/3/1884)
At Chance Cottage, Bo'ness, Linlithgowshire, on the 17th ultimo, ANN MOUAT, wife of
Paul Colston, and eldest daughter of the late Andrew Mouat, West Hogaland, Northmavine,
Shetland, aged 27 years. Deeply regretted. New Zealand papers please copy. (Shetland
Times 1/3/1884)
At Greenside, Baltasound, on the 24th ultimo, THOMAS ISBISTER, merchant, aged 52
years. Much respected and deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 1/3/1884)
At the Manse, Walls, on the 24th February, the Rev. ARCHIBALD NICHOL, aged 86 years.
Friends omitted will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 1/3/1884)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                        Page 11 of 15


At 3 Hangcliff Lane, Lerwick, on the 26th ultimo, DANIEL GARSTER, aged 50 years.
Friends omitted please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 1/3/1884)
At 171 Commercial Street, Lerwick, on the 26th ultimo, ANNIE, eldest daughter of JOHN
LEISK, merchant, aged 8 years. (Shetland Times 1/3/1884)
At Morningside Asylum, Edinburgh, on the 20th February, ROBERT BRUCE STEWART,
sometime of No. 1 Hill Square, Edinburgh. - Friends may apply to Curror & Cowper, S.S.C.,
Indian Buildings, Edinburgh. (Shetland Times 8/3/1884)
At the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, on the 29th ultimo, MARY JANE SUTHERLAND, aged
44 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 8/3/1884)
At 27 Hangcliff Lane, on the 2nd instant, ISABELLA WILLIAMSON, wife of the late JOHN
HENDERSON, seaman, Lerwick, aged 81 years. (Shetland Times 8/3/1884)
At 10 Reform Lane, Lerwick, on the 12th instant, JANE FRASER (late of Fetlar), aged 35
years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 15/3/1884)
At High Street, Lerwick, on the 12th instant, LAURENCE WILLIAMSON, shipmaster, in
his 86th year. Much respected, and deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 15/3/1884)
At Kirkabister, on the 16th instant, LAURA LEASK, the beloved wife of Thomas Pole,
carpenter, aged 53 years. Friends will please accept of this the only intimation. (Shetland
Times 22/3/1884)
At Gilbertson's Court, Lerwick, on the 17th instant, JAMES ROBERTSON, aged 65 years.
Deeply regretted. Friends will please accept of this intimation. (Shetland Times 22/3/1884)
At Symbister, Whalsay, on the 19th? March, JOHN WISHART, aged 66 years. Friends
omitted will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 5/4/1884)
At 51 Deanhaugh Street, Edinburgh, on the 26th March, ROBERT RAMSAY, formerly of
Coldback, Unst, aged 88 years. (Shetland Times 5/4/1884)
At Scalloway, on the 4th instant, JANE TULLOCH, wife of PETER TAIT, merchant, aged
32 years. (Shetland Times 5/4/1884)
At Hayes, Dunrossness, on the 8th instant, ELIZABETH ARCUS, daughter of the late
Captain ADAM ARCUS, of Hayes, Dunrossness. (Shetland Times 12/4/1884)
At Setterhouse, Weisdale, on the 6th instant, ROBERT ROBERTSON, aged 87 years.
(Shetland Times 12/4/1884)
At 2 Pilot Lane, Lerwick, on the 10th instant, ELIZABETH BAIRNSON, relict of JAMES
TAIT (late of Gulberwick), aged 71 years. American papers please copy. (Shetland Times
12/4/1884)
At 3 Crobers' Cottages, Poplar, London, on the 1st instant, JANET HARPER, widow of
LAURENCE ARCUS, late of Lerwick, aged 89 years. (Shetland Times 19/4/1884)
At Primrose Street, Alloa, on the 6th instant, CLEMENTINA ADIE, the infant daughter of
CHAS. SMITH, glass merchant. (Shetland Times 19/4/1884)
At Roadside, Scalloway, on the 21st instant, MARGARET, eldest daughter of
M.GEORGESON, joiner, Scalloway, aged 19 years. Much respected and deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 26/4/1884)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                      Page 12 of 15


At her residence, Palmerston Street, Carlton, Melbourne, MARY SEMPLE, relict of the late
GILBERT ROBERTSON, Lerwick, Shetland, and daughter of the late Rev. JAMES
STEWART, of Anderston, Glasgow. (Shetland Times 3/5/1884)
At Stonefield, Cunningsburgh, on the morning of the 28th ultimo, AGNES GOUDIE, aged
75 years, widow of JOHN CHRISTIE, merchant, Cunningsburgh, and daughter of the late
ROBERT GOUDIE, teacher, there. Friends will please accept this intimation. (Shetland
Times 3/5/1884)
At 28 Walton Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool, on the 23rd ultimo, ARTHUR G. H. JAMIESON,
late of Brae, Delting, Shetland, aged 69 years. Deeply regretted. Australian papers please
copy. (Shetland Times 10/5/1884)
At Kirkcaldy, on the 23rd instant, JANET E. MARSHALL, widow of the late Rev. JAMES
GARDNER, formerly of Shetland, in her 78th year. (Shetland Times 31/5/1884)
At 30 Oxford Road, Kilburn, London, on the 26th instant, AGNES M'CRAE, widow of
WILLIAM BRUCE, Esq. of Symbister. Friends will please accept this intimation. (Shetland
Times 31/5/1884)
At 17 Burn's Lane, Lerwick, on 21st instant, JAMES NICOLSON, aged 91 years. (Shetland
Times 31/5/1884)
At Lunna, on the 2nd instant, ELIZABETH, widow of ANDREW ANDERSON, late parish
schoolmaster of Lunnasting, in her 74th year. Deeply regretted. Friends will please accept
this intimation. (Shetland Times 7/6/1884)
At Ollaberry House, on the 7th instant, GIDEON ANDERSON, of Ollaberry, in his 72nd
year. (Shetland Times 14/6/1884)
At his residence, 3130 Emerald Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., on the 28th May,
ANDREW ANDERSON, aged 29 years, formerly of Lerwick, and belonging to
Northmavine. Leaves a widow and child. New Zealand and Australian papers please copy.
(Shetland Times 21/6/1884)
At the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, on the 10th instant, THOMAS SPENCE, formerly an
attendant in the Royal Asylum, Morningside, and son of HOSEA SPENCE, Unst, Shetland,
aged 25 years. Deeply mourned by all who knew him. (Shetland Times 21/6/1884)
At Gardisting, Mid-Yell, on the 6th instant, JOHN, infant son of JOHN ANDERSON,
merchant, aged 7 months. (Shetland Times 21/6/1884)
At Thanna, on the 28th May, MURIEL ELIZA, infant daughter of ROBERT H. VINCENT,
Esq., District Superintendent of Police, Bombay. (Shetland Times 28/6/1884)
At Commercial Street, Lerwick, on the 23rd instant, SUSANNAH JAMIESON, widow of the
late MAGNUS JAMIESON, master mariner, aged 84 years. (Shetland Times 28/6/1884)
At Chromate Lane, Lerwick, on the 25th instant, SUSAN CRAMOND, wife of DAVID
KINNEAR, aged 45 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 28/6/1884)
At 14 Mounthooly Street, Lerwick, on the 26th instant, ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON, wife
of HENRY EDWARDSON, late of Unst, aged 76 years. (Shetland Times 28/6/1884)
At Raven's Court, Lerwick, on the 17th instant, MARY DOW OR MACPHERSON, aged 83
years. (Shetland Times 19/7/1884)
At Scalloway, on the 30th ultimo, Wm. HARCUS, Merchant, aged 56 years. (Shetland
Times 2/8/1884)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                       Page 13 of 15


At Aswick, Nesting, on the 30th ultimo, VERONICA (VERA) WISHART, beloved wife of
HUNTER WILLIAMSON, aged 47 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 2/8/1884)
At 14 Mounthooly Street, on the 8th instant, HENRIETTA EDWARDSON, aged 33 years.
Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 9/8/1884)
At Papil, North Yell, on the 27th ultimo, PETER S. SUTHERLAND, of chest disease, after
five months illness. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 16/8/1884)
At Scalloway, on the 16th instant, MARY ANN, aged 16 years, eldest daughter of the Rev.
ALEXANDER YATES. (Shetland Times 16/8/1884)
At his son's house, 46 Bank Street, Hillhead, Glasgow, the Rev. JAMES FRASER,
Congregational Minister, Sullom, in his 72nd year. Friends omitted will please accept this
intimation. (Shetland Times 23/8/1884)
At the Manse of Glencorse, on the 1st instant, ARTHUR JAMES STRONG, aged 24 years.
Friends omitted will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 6/9/1884)
At her residence, Seafield House, near Lerwick, on the 17th instant, Miss JANET LEASK, in
the 83rd year of her age. Friends omitted kindly accept this intimation. (Shetland Times
20/9/1884)
At 30 Magdalen Yard Road, Dundee, on the 18th instant, WILLIAM STRONG. (Shetland
Times 27/9/1884) [ News item gives him born in 1814 in Fair Isle]
At Bardister House, Northmavine, on the 25th instant, MARGARET HENDERSON, eldest
daughter of the late GIDEON HENDERSON, Papa Stour, and relict of the late JAMES
CHEYNE HENDERSON of Bardister. (Shetland Times 27/9/1884)
At Wellington, New Zealand, on the 26th July, after prolonged suffering, borne with
Christian patience, JESSIE, oldest daughter of Mr JAMES JOHNSON, lately merchant,
Sound, West Yell. (Shetland Times 4/10/1884)
At Apia, Samoa, on the 18th June last, JAMES, second son of the late FLEMING
LAURENSON, Lerwick. (Shetland Times 4/10/1884)
At Opawa, N.Z., on 27th July, FRANCIS PETER, the beloved son of P. J. Heddell, aged 4
years and 4 months. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 11/10/1884)
At Scalloway, on the 16th instant, GRACE, wife of WILLIAM ANDERSON, merchant.
Friends omitted will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 18/10/1884)
On Tuesday the 14th instant, HELLON, beloved wife of ROBERT ROBERTSON, merchant,
Swinister, Delting. (Shetland Times 18/10/1884)
At Victoria, British Columbia, on the 21st September last, ELIZABETH, beloved wife of
James B. Colvin, aged 26 years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 25/10/1884)
At 137 North Junction Street, Leith, on the 16th ultimo, KATE WALKER, the wife of O.
SUTHERLAND, dearly beloved and deeply regretted. All friends omitted please accept of
this intimation. (Shetland Times 1/11/1884)
At Stout's Court, Lerwick, on the 30th ultimo, CATHERINE STOUT, aged 14 years, eldest
daughter of ROBERT STOUT, postmaster. (Shetland Times 1/11/1884)
At Ollaberry, on the 1st instant, MARGARET GARRIOCK, beloved wife of GEORGE
SINCLAIR. (Shetland Times 8/11/1884)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                        Page 14 of 15


Died suddenly, at 15 Dean Terrace, Edinburgh, on the 5th instant, BARBARA DAVIDSON,
daughter of the late ROBERT DAVIDSON, Sen., of Lerwick. (Shetland Times 8/11/1884)
At the Commercial Bank House here, on the 10th instant, CHARLES GILBERT DUNCAN,
Esq., banker, and for 32 years Procurator-Fiscal of the County, aged 68. (Shetland Times
15/11/1884)
At Meal, Burra Isle, on the 13th instant, WILLIAM LAURIE, aged 84 years. (Shetland
Times 22/11/1884)
At New Road Side, Scalloway, on the 17th instant, MITCHELL, third son of M.
GEORGESON, joiner, aged 8 years. (Shetland Times 22/11/1884)
At Cheyne's House, New Town, Lerwick, on the 15th current, after a lingering illness, JOHN
JOHNSTON, late grieve of Seafield, Sound, in the 78th year of his age. Deeply regretted.
(Shetland Times 22/11/1884)
At Scapa House, by Kirkwall, on the 20th instant, Mr JAMES L. ISBISTER, farmer.
(Shetland Times 29/11/1884)
At Burnthammersland, Tingwall, on the 9th ultimo, ROBERT SINCLAIR, crofter, aged 85
years. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times 6/12/1884)
At Hillside Cottage, Voe, Walls, on 30th ultimo, ISABELLA SINCLAIR, aged 72, relict of
the late JAMES JAMIESON, Greentown, Walls. Deeply regretted. (Shetland Times
6/12/1884)
At 3 Hangcliff Lane, on the 1st instant, JACOB, third son of the late DANIEL GARSTER,
aged 15 years. (Shetland Times 6/12/1884)
At Minn, Burra, on the 7th instant, JOHN INKSTER, Baptist Minister, aged 92 years.
(Shetland Times 13/12/1884)
At Brevik Cottages, New Town, Lerwick, on the 14th instant, ROBERT LAING, retired
teacher (late of Gulberwick), aged 73 years. (Shetland Times 20/12/1884)
At Leith, on the 13th instant, JOHN JOHNSTON, late of Stennistwatt, Walls. - Scotsman,
December 16 (Shetland Times 27/12/1884)
At Levenwick, on the 16th instant, ANDREW STEWART, aged 88 years. Much and deeply
regretted. (Shetland Times 27/12/1884)
At Kingsford House, Alford, Aberdeenshire, on the 18th instant, D. R. LYALL GRANT, of
Kingsford, in his 78th year. Friends will please accept of this the only intimation. (Shetland
Times 27/12/1884)
At Roslin Street, Edinburgh, on the 17th instant, JAMES LAURENCE, only son of JAMES
GIFFORD, late of Unst, Shetland, aged 1 year and 4 days. (Shetland Times 27/12/1884)
At Slate, Whiteness, on the 20th instant, JEREMIAH NICOLSON, fisherman, aged 70 years.
Deeply regretted. Friends will please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times 27/12/1884)
At Scarpness, Sandwick Parish, on the 20th instant, THOMAS RAMSAY, aged 87 years.
Deeply regretted. Friends omitted please accept this intimation. (Shetland Times
27/12/1884)
At Chromate Lane, Lerwick, on the 23rd instant, MAGNUS SINCLAIR, boater, aged 35
years. (Shetland Times 27/12/1884)
Shetland Times Deaths 1882 – 1884                                 Page 15 of 15


At Greenfield Place, Lerwick, on the 23rd instant, ROBERT MULLAY, merchant, aged 78
years. (Australian and New Zealand papers please copy) (Shetland Times 27/12/1884)

								
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