This birth information was obtained from a notes on two sheets of paper signed June 6, 1901 by an author with the initials ETA [presumed to be Thomas Anderson (1851-1921)] and states to be "Copies of entries made in a bible printed in 1684 and found to be in the possession of Maria E Anderson [presumed to be Maria Elizabeth Anderson his siter].
It has not been ascertained where William (1724) died, but is at present presumed to be here.
1. Religion. 6 P26 of Source states that he was a Dissenter of the Independent Denomination and was burried in Bunhill Fields, the famous Non-Conformist burial ground in England.
2. Occupation. 7 According to a scrapbook compiled by Alice Kitching, married to George Elliot Caldwall Anderson, there is a statenent by Maria Elizabeth Anderson that William was a silk merchant in partnership with Messrs Reid and Green in London.
3. Historical. 4 Following on the Event recorded for Margaret, the citation found for William read as follows :- "George Anderson in Wagley had a child baptised named William. Witnesses: George Anderson and (illegible writing) in Salty(?) and Andrew Hace(?) Note that the witness, George Anderson, probably was William's brother or father.
4. 0ccupation. 8 Check Date for transmission to Edward
5. Historical: Aberdeen Family History Society - 2009, Sep 14, 2009, Aberdeen Scotland. Newhills Parish Record reads -
6. Alternate Birth date.
7. Bible Record: Anderson-william-1724-1789-Bible-doc. Anderson-william-1724-1789-Bible-doc
8. Death, Anderson-william-1724-1789-grave-bunnhil-pic.jpg, London, England. Anderson-william-1724-1789-grave-bunnhil-pic.jpg
William married Catherine TURNER on Jul 5, 1768 in Saint Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, U.K..1 (Catherine TURNER was born about 1738 in Devonshire, England,5 died on Mar 12, 1797 2 3 5 and was buried in Bunhill Fields, London 5.)
1. Marriage. 1 IGI Individual Record MOO1611 (1754-1784) Source Call No. 0380147 for Catherine Turner gives her marriage to William Anderson on the 5 July 1768 and reveals the location of the marriage at Saint Botolph, Bishopsgate. London.
1 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index (R) (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of December 17, 2003).
Dr. D. F. du Toit MALHERBE, Family Register of a South African Nation (Third Edition published by TEGNIEK STELLENBOSCH, 1966.
This is a wonderful source of clues on specific families, but all data in the publication needs to be verified with Original Sources.), ANDERSON Extract - Page 17. Cit. Date: Oct 7, 2002.
J. A. Heese & R.J.T. Lombard, South African Genealogie (SAG), a set of volumes being produced, augmented and maintained by the Genealogical Institute of South Africa (GISA) in Stellenbosch.
, ANDERSON - Vol 1 page 63. Cit. Date: Oct 15, 2002.
4 Newhill 226 Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths.
5 Bible (Pocket) (Printed 1684).
I.F.Du Preez Ed.D, From Mission Station to Municipality (Published by the Municipality of Pacaltsdorp March 1987.
Copy donated by Bill Elliot Anderson in 2005).
7 Alice Kitching, Nil (Records started on 11 October 1883).
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