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151 Also listed as 15 July 1843 - baptism 15 August 1843 Dunoon and Kilmun, Argyll Jamieson, Elizabeth (I6318)
152 Also listed as Margaret Cheyne Rattery Rattery, Margaret Jane (I2893)
153 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5006)
154 Also marriage John Dalgleish Mary Millinton 10/11/1845 Hawick ? Dalgleish, John (I6893)
155 Also recorded Westerkirk, same date, 854/00 0020 0072
Family F2336
156 Also registered St Cuthbert Edinburgh 685/02 0420 0438
Family F1985
157 also shown as Hartson W Dalglish Dalglish, William Hartson (I6944)
158 Also shown as Janet or Jean or McLaren McLean, Jane (I1710)
159 Also shown as Ray John Dalglish Dalglish, John Ray (I6946)
160 Also shown as TOD Todd, Alison (I889)
161 Also shown Legerwood 2 Feb 1827 749/00 0020 0006
Family F874
162 Also spelled Halsten, Haston, Hasten Hasten, Jean (I3766)
163 Ancestry - Church Records. Episcopal Diocese of Newark, Newark, New Jersey Source (S1644)
164 Ancestry - Gloucestershire Archives Source (S1756)
165 Ancestry - Library and Archives Canada Source (S1794)
166 Ancestry - London Borough of Sutton Source (S1901)
167 Ancestry - London Metropolitan Archives Source (S1929)
168 Ancestry - Marriage Records. Colorado Marriages, FamilySearch Source (S1577)
169 Ancestry - National Archives and Records Administration; Washington Source (S2027)
170 Ancestry - National Archives, Pretoria Source (S1706)
171 Ancestry - National Cemetery Administration Source (S1722)
172 Ancestry - New York City Department of Records/Municipal Archives Source (S1940)
173 Ancestry - New York Department of Health Source (S1939)
174 Ancestry - Queensland State Archives Source (S1548)
175 Ancestry - The National Archives Source (S2073)
176 Annie and family are in Ireland 1911 Census Dalgleish, William (I7552)
177 Another marriage record for Sarah Dalgleish and Thomas Stampa St Giles 1919? Dalgleish, Sarah Philp (I2891)
178 Appears as Edith Dalgleish in 1901 census Dalglish, Margaret Edith (I1717)
179 appears as George Robert Dalgleish in 1911 Census Dalgleish, George (I736)
180 Appears as Gweneth Hutcheson in 1911 census Hutcheson, Alexandra Gweneth (I10756)
181 Appears as Jane Walker in 1891 census Hood, Jane (I5592)
182 Appears as Maggie Dalgleish in 1881 Scotland census McGuinness, Margaret (I8619)
183 Appears as Nora Hutcheson in 1911 census Hutcheson, Honolulu (I10752)
184 Appears as Ruth Hutcheson in 1911 census Dalglish, Blanche Ethel Ruth (I5949)
185 appears as Thomas Dalgleish in 1881 Scotland census McGuinness, Thomas (I8618)
186 Appears in 1911 census - check father ?? Dalgleish, George (I13026)
187 Appears in 1939 Register as Henrietta Clark, Skegness, with Hilda Dalgleish (sister) Dalgliesh, Henrietta Phyllis (I3979)
188 April 22, 1899 at All Saints, Blackheath. James Francis Kendrew of 1 Rangoon street, London, E C, eldest son of John A Kendrew, of Reepham, Norfolk, to Mary, only daughter of William H Dalgliesh, of 11 Vanbrugh park road east, Blackheath Family F2323
189 arrival Detroit Michigan 30 Apr 1923 Dalgleish, John (I1241)
190 Arthur was 6th and last child of Thomas and Mary Jane, born at home at 7 Colliers Row, Rhymney, Sub-District of Tredegar, Registration District of Bedwellty, County of Monmouthshire, Wales. His birth was registered on the 14th of Jun 1888.

Orphaned at age of approx. 6 months, Arthur was shuttled from foster home to foster home. At one point, he was "adopted" by a family named Evans, and given the name "Ted". Arthur at times stated he wished he had kept this name. One family he lived with were spiritualists. He remembered furniture moving and rattling around. This family was mean to him. One day the mother became so angry with Arthur, she threw a butcher knife at him, the blade stuck in the back of his head, wounding him slightly. On other occasions, they would buy him a new suit to wear to church on Sunday, then hock it the next day at the local pawn shop.

At a young age, Arthur had to work in the local coal mines. The men nicknamed him "Shorty", for he was only about 5'4", with a stocky, muscular build. Working in the coal mines was always dangerous. One time, Arthur was waiting with the 2nd group of men to descend into the mine, when the elevator cables snapped, plunging its first load of workers to their deaths.

Arthur emigrated to the United States in 1911, arriving in New York, processed through Ellis Island. He arrived in California soon after to work for his older brother Archie in Mentone.
Arthur worked 2 years as bricklayer and carpenter. There are still to this day, rock walls remaining in Mentone, built by the brothers.

In 1913, Arthur decided to further his eduction, and become a US citizen. He enrolled at San Fernando Valley Academy, graduating in 1916, at the age of 28. He met his future bride also enrolled at the Academy. Ida Matilde Antonie Luley attended S.F. Academy for only 1 year (1913-1914), but dropped out to work as a hairdresser in the area. They were "casual" friends during that year. Several years after "Tonie" left the Academy, she became concerned about Arthur's welfare and wrote him, asking if he was well. He wrote back replying that everything was fine, and asked if he could visit her, to which she agreed. They were married 4 June 1917, in San Bernardino, CA., by a Minister of the Gospel, Elder G.B. Starr at the home of Rollie Atkins on Tippecanoe Ave. (This house has since been torn down). It was located near Norton Air Force Base (which has been closed, but is used as a regular airport now in San Bndo.) 5 children were born to this union, all 5 grew to adulthood, married and had families of their own.

Arthur & Tonie lived in Mentone and Redlands for many years, Arthur building their home in Mentone from the plentiful field stones found there. He supported his family by bricklaying and carpentry. In the mid 1950's Arthur & Tonie removed to Reche Canyon until the mid 1960's. Arthur's health was failing, the decision was made to move to San Bernardino. There Arthur died of cancer in 1967. 
Dalgleish, Arthur (I2780)
191 Arthur Watson was a Widower at time of marriage to Elizabeth Watson, Arthur (I8147)
192 As Certified by George Dalgliesh Grave digger Dalgleish, Michael (I12669)
193 Ashes scattered in Crematorium gardens. Dalglish, Florence Rina (I5950)
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10484)
195 At 20 Hopetoun Place, on the 30th inst., by the Rev. George Macauley, of Old Kirkpatrick, Captain Walter Dalglish, to Mary Anne, daughter of the late Mr Alex. Third, of Glasgow. Family F1404
196 At 23 Hatton Place, Edinburgh, according to the Forms of the Free Church, Alison Scott Dalgleish (23), of 33 Wood St, Galashiels, and George Brown Logan (23), carting contractor, of 29 Church St, Galashiels. Family F2716
197 At 33 Wood Street, Galashiels, according to the Forms of the Free Church, Maggie Glendinning Dalgleish (22), of 33 Wood St., and William Flowers Bell (24), butcher (journeyman), of Cunningham House, Alloa. Family F2708
198 At Crookston, according to the Forms of the Established Church of Scotland, Annie Wyllie (27), domestic servant, and William Dalgleish (25), shepherd, both of Milkiston, Eddleston [parish of]. Family F2709
199 At Kilbirnie, Ayrshire on the 4th instant, in his twelth year, John, son of Mr. John Dalglish, Kilbirnie Cotton Works [Glasgow Herald Friday, January 8, 1858] Dalglish, John (I6448)
200 At Sheriff Court House, Edinburgh, by Declaration in presence of Archibald Fraser, solicitor, & James Thomson, plasterer, Walterina Dagleish (19), of 33 Wood St, Galashiels, and Wm Grant (27), gardener (domestic), of 14 Temple Park Crescent, Edinburgh. Family F2712

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