Constance Evelyn West

F, b. 23 March 1887, d. 14 January 1953
     Constance Evelyn West married Humphrey Wyatt Prideaux. Constance Evelyn West was born on 23 March 1887 at St. Pinnock, Cornwall. She died on 14 January 1953 at Clifton, Bristol, at age 65.

Family

Humphrey Wyatt Prideaux b. 9 May 1886, d. 13 Dec 1943
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Arthur Lunell Cary

M, d. 1885
     Arthur Lunell Cary died in 1885.

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Robert Wedderburn

M, b. 13 February 1708, d. 19 February 1786
FatherSir Alexander Wedderburn b. 4 Nov 1675, d. 1744
MotherKatherine Scott b. c 1677, d. a 1709
     Robert Wedderburn was born on 13 February 1708. He married Isobel Edwards on 1 February 1738. Robert Wedderburn died on 19 February 1786 at age 78.

Family

Isobel Edwards b. 12 Nov 1718, d. 6 Jan 1758
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Isobel Edwards

F, b. 12 November 1718, d. 6 January 1758
     Isobel Edwards was born on 12 November 1718 at Pearsie, Forfar. She married Robert Wedderburn, son of Sir Alexander Wedderburn and Katherine Scott, on 1 February 1738. Isobel Edwards died on 6 January 1758 at age 39.

Family

Robert Wedderburn b. 13 Feb 1708, d. 19 Feb 1786
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Alexander Stormonth

M, b. 16 January 1790, d. 1839
FatherRev. James Stormonth of Kinclune b. c 1760, d. 29 Dec 1809
MotherIsobel Wedderburn b. 9 Oct 1753, d. 31 Mar 1795
     Alexander Stormonth was born on 16 January 1790. He married Elizabeth Stewart in 1813. Alexander Stormonth died in 1839.

Family

Elizabeth Stewart b. 1786, d. 1839
Children

Elizabeth Stewart

F, b. 1786, d. 1839
     Elizabeth Stewart was born in 1786. She married Alexander Stormonth, son of Rev. James Stormonth of Kinclune and Isobel Wedderburn, in 1813. Elizabeth Stewart died in 1839.

Family

Alexander Stormonth b. 16 Jan 1790, d. 1839
Children

James Stormonth

M, b. 30 May 1816, d. 1851
FatherAlexander Stormonth b. 16 Jan 1790, d. 1839
MotherElizabeth Stewart b. 1786, d. 1839
     James Stormonth was born on 30 May 1816. He died in 1851.

Katharine Stormonth

F, b. 1 November 1814, d. 25 April 1891
FatherAlexander Stormonth b. 16 Jan 1790, d. 1839
MotherElizabeth Stewart b. 1786, d. 1839
     Katharine Stormonth was born on 1 November 1814. She married Rev. James Maclagan D.D. in 1834. James and Katharine had 6 sons and 4 daughters. As of 1870, Katharine Stormonth was also known as Wedderburn when she inherited the Pearsie property from a cousin John Graham-Wedderburn following his death in 1870. On succeeding to Pearsie, Mrs. Maclagan was required, as a condition of the entail, to 'assume the name and arms of Wedderburn' and it is from Katharine and James that the Maclagan-Wedderburn family descends. She died on 25 April 1891 at age 76.

Family

Rev. James Maclagan D.D. b. c 1800
Child

Rev. James Maclagan D.D.

M, b. circa 1800
     Rev. James Maclagan D.D. was born circa 1800. He married Katharine Stormonth, daughter of Alexander Stormonth and Elizabeth Stewart, in 1834. James and Katharine had 6 sons and 4 daughters. As of 1870, Rev. James Maclagan D.D. was also known as Wedderburn when Mrs. Maclagan inherited the Pearsie property from a cousin John Graham-Wedderburn following his death in 1870. On succeeding to Pearsie, Mrs. Maclagan was required, as a condition of the entail, to 'assume the name and arms of Wedderburn' and it is from Katharine and James that the Maclagan-Wedderburn family descends.

Family

Katharine Stormonth b. 1 Nov 1814, d. 25 Apr 1891
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James Stuart Maclagan

M, b. 11 November 1842, d. 18 September 1855
FatherRev. James Maclagan D.D. b. c 1800
MotherKatharine Stormonth b. 1 Nov 1814, d. 25 Apr 1891
     James Stuart Maclagan was born on 11 November 1842. He died on 18 September 1855 at Aberdeen at age 12.

Joseph Henry Maclagan Wedderburn

M, b. 2 February 1882, d. 9 October 1948
FatherDr Alexander Stormonth Maclagan Wedderburn b. 21 Sep 1840
MotherAnnie Ogilvie b. 1841
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Joseph Henry Maclagan Wedderburn was born on 2 February 1882 at Forfar, Scotland; the 10th of 14 children born to Alexander and Anne. He was a student at the University of Edinburgh in 1898 where he received an M.A. with first class honors in mathematics. He also studied at the University of Leipzig and the University of Berlin and was awarded a scholarship to the University of Chicago where he studied from 1904-5 and worked with Leonard Dickson, who was to become the most important algebraist of his day. Joseph returned to the University of Edinburgh to study for his doctorate, D.Sc., which he was awarded in 1908. In 1909 he returned to the United States to become a Preceptor in Mathematics at Princeton University. He enlisted as a private in the British Army upon the outbreak of World War I. While a Captain the Fourth Field Survey Battalion in France, he devised sound-ranging equipment ot locate enemy artillery. He was Associate Professor of Mathematics at Princeton and published approximately 40 books and papers, making important advances in the theory of rings, algebras and matrix theory. He received the MacDougall-Brisbane Gold Medal and Prize from the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1921 and was elected to the Royal Society of London in 1933. He died on 9 October 1948 at Princeton, New Jersey, at age 66.

Susanna Mary Nicholson Evans

F, b. 4 November 1925, d. 13 March 2008
FatherErnest Dering Evans b. c 1857, d. 4 Nov 1948
MotherMia (Margaret) M.B. Ogilvie b. 1863, d. 7 Mar 1947
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Susanna Mary Nicholson Evans was born on 4 November 1925. She died on 13 March 2008 at age 82.

(Hilda) Margaret Evans

F, b. after 1885
FatherErnest Dering Evans b. c 1857, d. 4 Nov 1948
MotherMia (Margaret) M.B. Ogilvie b. 1863, d. 7 Mar 1947
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     (Hilda) Margaret Evans was born after 1885.

Andrew Maxwell Ogilvie

M, b. October 1896, d. 5 October 1917
FatherAndrew Jameson Ogilvie b. 1855, d. 8 Oct 1906
MotherAda Leila Frances Fisher b. 1872, d. 1949
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Andrew Maxwell Ogilvie was born in October 1896. Andrew attended Harrow (Boarding House: West Acre) from 1911 to 1915. He was on the Shooting VIII team from 1913-15 and School Monitor in 1915. In 1916, after training at Trinity College, Cambridge, he received a Commission in the Gordon Highlanders in July of that year. He was 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd and 2nd Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, serving in France in 1916 during World War I. He went to the Front the following October and was severely wounded in January, 1917. He was again wounded in June, 1917, but remained on duty until the Regiment went out of the line. Andrew Maxwell Ogilvie was killed on October 5, 1917, at age 20, just after a successful attack and advance. As he lay dying his last words were for his men's comfort. Colonel Maitland wrote: "He will be a great loss to the Battalion, as he was liked by all Officers and men and was a very capable young Officer." The Chaplain wrote: "He will be greatly missed by his fellow officers and the men of his Company, for he was much beloved." A brother-officer wrote to his mother: "The artillery fire was very violent, and it was then that your son gave us an insight into that marvellous character, with its smiling, assuring, utter contempt of it all. He stood up and talked to us, joking and absolutely unconcerned .... Once some of the men started to retire. Without waiting he leapt after them, rallied them and brought them back. I am proud to have known an Officer who lived a soldier's life so well, and who died true to every heritage and tradition of his race."

Andrew is honored at the Tyne Cot Memorial located at the north-eastern boundary of Tyne Cot Cemetery in West Vlaanderen in Belgium. His name is inscribed on Panel 135-136. Click on the icon above to see a photo of the memorial.

Jean Mary Torrens

F, b. 1920
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Jean Mary Torrens was born in 1920. She married (Joyce) Patrick Heneage Ogilvie, son of Sir (William) Heneage Ogilvie Maj-Gen KBE, MD, MCh, FRCS and (Vere) Magdalen Quilter, on 6 September 1940 at St. Faith's Church, Lee on Solent, Hampshire.

Family

(Joyce) Patrick Heneage Ogilvie b. 1916, d. 1974
Child

Annabelle Ogilvie

F, b. 2 January 1956, d. 28 April 1989
Father(Joyce) Patrick Heneage Ogilvie b. 1916, d. 1974
MotherJean Mary Torrens b. 1920
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Annabelle Ogilvie was born on 2 January 1956 at Reigate, Surrey. She died in 1989 in a riding accident. Annabelle is buried in Bosham, Sussex.

Stephen John Maxwell Ogilvie

M, b. 1919, d. 1943
FatherSir (William) Heneage Ogilvie Maj-Gen KBE, MD, MCh, FRCS b. 14 Jul 1887, d. 15 Apr 1971
Mother(Vere) Magdalen Quilter b. 24 Jun 1891, d. 1985
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Stephen John Maxwell Ogilvie was born in 1919. He attended Harrow (House: The Park) from 1934 to 1936. Stephen was a Fleet Air Arm Pilot in World War II, L.A.C., R.A.F; Sub-Lieut. (A) Royal Naval Volunteeer Reserve (RNVR) in 1942. He served with 748 Squadron, based at the Royal Naval Air Station named HMS Vulture, which was situated at St. Merryn, Cornwall. Stephen died on October 7, 1943 when his Seafire, Serial NX954, crashed into Bideford Bay after a collision. His body was washed up on Cefn Sidan Beach. Stephen was aged 22. He is buried at St. llltyd Churchyard Cemetery at Pembrey, Wales. His name is inscribed on the War Memorial in Bosham, Sussex.

Nelson William (Dan) Maskell

M, b. 1925, d. 8 September 2012
     Nelson William (Dan) Maskell was born in 1925. He married (Magdalen) Anne Ogilvie, daughter of Sir (William) Heneage Ogilvie Maj-Gen KBE, MD, MCh, FRCS and (Vere) Magdalen Quilter, in 1960. Nelson William (Dan) Maskell died on 8 September 2012.

Family

(Magdalen) Anne Ogilvie b. 15 Jun 1929, d. 1 Sep 2013

Virginia Hall

F, b. 18 March 1946, d. 17 April 1998
FatherRear Admiral Geoffrey Hall RN b. 1917, d. 2005
MotherMary Carlisle b. 9 May 1921, d. 12 Dec 2010
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Virginia Hall was born on 18 March 1946. She died on 17 April 1998 of cancer at age 52.

Ellen Caroline Lansdell

F, b. 9 April 1861, d. 18 June 1949
FatherWilliam Lansdell b. 1834, d. a 5 Apr 1891
MotherEllen Caroline Byner b. 1836, d. a 5 Apr 1891
     Ellen Caroline Lansdell was born on 9 April 1861 at Ashford, Kent. As of 1882, Ellen Caroline Lansdell was also known as Mother Lelia when she became a nun. She entered the Convent of the Assumption at Kensington, London and took her final vows in 1886 at Lyons. She returned to England to open a school at the Convent in Sidmouth in 1914 aided by 2 nuns with 3 girls from Belgium who had come to stay for the holidays. She was Mother Superior at Sidmouth from 1911-1928, at Richmond after 1928 until she returned to Sidmouth where she was Superior from 1934 until her death. She died on 18 June 1949 at Sidmouth, Devon, at age 88.

Rene ?

F, d. circa 1970
     Rene ? married Frank Whitwick Byner, son of James Byner and Anne Sabina Wightwick, circa 1908; Frank and Rene had no children. They owned a succession of Scottish terriers whom they named "Jane". Rene ? died circa 1970.

Family

Frank Whitwick Byner b. 1878, d. a 1961

Annie Graham

F, d. 1905
     Annie Graham died in 1905.

Thomas Brougham Birkbeck

M, b. 1860, d. 1954
     Thomas Brougham Birkbeck was born in 1860. He married Ada Leila Frances Fisher, daughter of William Henry (Will) Fisher and Fanny Maria Sainsbury, in 1908. Thomas Brougham Birkbeck died in 1954.

Family

Ada Leila Frances Fisher b. 1872, d. 1949

(James) Keith McClure Rawlinson

M, b. 1 August 1923, d. 12 March 2014
     (James) Keith McClure Rawlinson was born on 1 August 1923. (James) Keith McClure Rawlinson was known as Keith. Keith Rawlinson was a surgeon. He died on 12 March 2014 at age 90.

John Jameson Ogilvie

M, b. 1887, d. 19 August 1948
FatherAndrew Jameson Ogilvie b. 1855, d. 8 Oct 1906
MotherJilba (?) b. c 1859, d. 27 May 1939
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
John Jameson Ogilvie with his son, Len
     John Jameson Ogilvie was born in 1887 at Murchison House Station, Northampton, Western Australia. He was also known as Jack. He married Marion Mallard circa 1920. John Jameson Ogilvie died on 19 August 1948 and is buried in the Geraldton Cemetery.

Family

Marion Mallard b. c 1895, d. 19 May 1982
Children

Marion Mallard

F, b. circa 1895, d. 19 May 1982
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Marion Mallard was born circa 1895. She married John Jameson Ogilvie, son of Andrew Jameson Ogilvie and Jilba (?), circa 1920. Marion Mallard was descended from Charlie Mallard from Northampton, England. He was convicted of stealing a watch and was transported to Australia, then a penal colony, to serve out his sentence. Marion Mallard died on 19 May 1982 at Belmont . Her ashes were taken from the Karrakatta Cemetery by the family.

Family

John Jameson Ogilvie b. 1887, d. 19 Aug 1948
Children

Walter Edward Ogilvie

M, b. 1924, d. 19 November 1995
FatherJohn Jameson Ogilvie b. 1887, d. 19 Aug 1948
MotherMarion Mallard b. c 1895, d. 19 May 1982
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Walter Edward Ogilvie was born in 1924. He died on 19 November 1995 at Lockridge and is buried in Karrakatta Cemetery Lawn Section J No. 0641.

Estella M. Ogilvie

F, b. 1926, d. after 1980
FatherJohn Jameson Ogilvie b. 1887, d. 19 Aug 1948
MotherMarion Mallard b. c 1895, d. 19 May 1982
ChartsDescendants of John Ogilvie
     Estella M. Ogilvie was born in 1926. She died after 1980.

William Frederick Sainsbury (Bill) Fisher

M, b. 1874, d. 1964
FatherWilliam Henry (Will) Fisher b. 1838, d. 1911
MotherFanny Maria Sainsbury b. c 1848, d. a 1911
     William Frederick Sainsbury (Bill) Fisher was born in 1874 at Ocean Street, Woollahra, New South Wales. He died in 1964.

Henry Fisher

M, b. 1815, d. 1888
     Henry Fisher was born in 1815. He emigrated in 1832 from England to Sydney. He married Amelia Breillat in 1836. He made a fortune in land speculation. Henry was elected Alderman for Sydney and appointed Justice of the Peace. He set up a ships' provisioning business and grocery store in Lower Fort Street. During his lifetime Henry owned 16 sailing ships for trading between Australian ports and also to the South Pacific. Henry Fisher died in 1888.

Family

Amelia Breillat b. 1836, d. May 1865
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