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ANDERSON, George
(1663-1710)
DAVIDSON, Joan
(-1729)
ANDERSON, George
(1698-1766)
TAYLOR, Margaret
(1697-1756)

ANDERSON, William
(1724-1789)

 

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Spouses/Children:
TURNER, Catherine

ANDERSON, William 2 3

  • Born: Jul 14, 1724, Aberdeen, Scotland 2 3
  • Christened: Jul 21, 1724, Wagley, Newhills Aberdeen 4
  • Marriage: TURNER, Catherine on Jul 5, 1768 in Saint Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, U.K. 1
  • Died: Feb 26, 1789, London England aged 64 2 3
  • Buried: Bunhill Fields, London 5
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bullet  Birth:

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].
The notes state: "This Bible was the Pocket Bible of my father William Anderson Senr born in Aberdeen July 14, 1724 died the 26th Febuary 1789. William Anderson & Catherine Turner was married July 5th 1768."

The documents go on to record various key family members and their data. The original two sheets of paper were read and this entered by Edward Ralph Anderson on January 18, 2014

bullet  Death:

It has not been ascertained where William (1724) died, but is at present presumed to be here.

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bullet  Events:

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.
Note that on the marriage certificate for William Anderson and Catherine Turner one of the witnesses was a Thomas Reid

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 -
"Anderson July 21, 1724 George Anderson in Wagley had a child baptised named William witnesses named George Anderson in Sclaty and? Andrews? Place?

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


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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.)

bullet  Marriage:



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.
I located the Church near Liverpool Station in outside Bishopsgate and photos and a map are included herein.
R.B.Anderson 21 July 2006


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Sources


1 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, International Genealogical Index (R) (Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of December 17, 2003).

2 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.

3 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).

6 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).

8 System, E-mail Plus Data (A System Ploy for adding miscellaneous data from various non official sources).


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