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1451 Winkburn Census 1841Joseph Adlington 50 farmer
Elizabeth 40
George Freeman18 Ag Lab
Herbert Gelsthorpe 13 Ag Lab
George Stacy 11 Ag Lab
Shady Randall 143 farm servant

1851Blackwell Census (2123 265 61) Joseph Adlington head 65 farmer of 49 acres b Winkburn
Wife Elizabeth 55
Hannah Trueman servant 16 b Tetley
Thomas Cutts servant 21 b Notts Eadingly

Joseph died of a Paralytic stroke wife Elizabeth in attendance Age 68 
Adlington, Joseph (I3092)
 
1452 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I253)
 
1453 Witness at his sisters wedding to John Adlington 1804 Moore, Thomas (I5351)
 
1454 Witness at the wedding was Jeslie Jaffray
Martha was a domestic servant at Hatton of Ardoyne when she married
There may be more Cowie children hearsay names David, Elsie, Marybell
Jane Cowie may have married Lemmon and had a daughter who was blind They lived in Keith and kept a pub/ hotel 
Souter, Martha (I2309)
 
1455 Witnesses at baptism Francis and Peter Downie at Fetternear Smith, Anne (I4359)
 
1456 Witnesses at Baptism Peter Downie at Fetternear and William Downie Smith, Francis (I4362)
 
1457 Witnesses at Baptism William Downie at Fetternear and John Smith at Bogmill Smith, Isabel (I4361)
 
1458 Witnesses at Christening Alexander Mitchell, Blackhillock and George Smith, Tullos

!861 Census Enu 5 Page 6 Tullos Chapel of Garioch (Farm of Tullos thought to be next to Bogmill)
Alexander Smith head unmarried age 48 farmer of 50 acres with James Porter servant and cattleman age 15 
Smith, Alexander (I4347)
 
1459 Witnesses at Christening are George Smith in Tullos and James Walker in BalquhainThis George is presumably uncle to this child and sharing the same address at the farm of Tullos Smith, John (I4353)
 
1460 Witnesses at Christening William Leith and Robert McWilliam Smith, George (I4346)
 
1461 Witnesses at marriage Elizabeth and Mary Adlington Adlington, Dorothy (I5620)
 
1462 Witnesses to baptism George Leys and Robert Watt both in Whiteinches Murray, Charles (I4831)
 
1463 Witnesses to baptism James Gall and Forbes Robertson in Durno Murray, Barbara (I37)
 
1464 Witnesses to baptism William Jack and Sgt Alex Smith Murray, Margaret (I35)
 
1465 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I533)
 
1466 Word via Ella Wright in N Z reporting on newspaper item thanking friends for their kindness at the funeral of Freda Alexander exact date uncertain Letter is dated 10 March 2008 Dawbin, Freda Coralie (I443)
 
1467 Worked as a farmer Information from Jim Adlington of Australia
I am very dubious about this link and do not believe we belong to this line of Adlingtons 
Adlington, David (I4287)
 
1468 Worked at Catterick Camp Atkinson, John George (I5068)
 
1469 Worked at Inverurie paper mills
Served in the RAF as radio technician during war
On demobilisation started his own business in Radio and later Television alongside Electrical contracting with retail shop in Aberlour
Died barely four months after his wife Olive, their ashes now interred together in the Duguid family plot at Fyvie kirkyard
Walter Duguid was known to Walter Hepburn as his grandfather on his mothers side and the Duguid farm was the boys favourite place during holidays and high days 
Hepburn, Walter Robert (I535)
 
1470 Worked in pit from 9 years of age A colliery checkweighman at the Top End pit Leeds Road for 24 years Walshaw, Josiah (I3621)
 
1471 Worked on construction of Panama Canal Law, John B (I5085)
 
1472 Writing on this marriage certificate "terrible" Wankley, Trevor (I5687)
 
1473 WW11 Army sapper Adlington, Albert (Ted) (I5263)
 
1474 Yeoman of Tibshelf Sampson, William (I5824)
 
1475 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3895)
 

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