The table below shows the people that make up the group.
|No||Last Name||First Names||Maiden Name||Relationship||Occupation||Born||Died||School Year|
|1||Sutherland||William (Scotty)||Husband||various ( see notes )||1875||1959|
|3||Sutherland||William Robert||Child||1900||17 Sep 1900|
|4||Sutherland||William (Bill)||Child||1 Jan 1918|
|5||Sutherland||Frederick Pryde (Fred)||Child|
The table below shows any historical notes about the party group.
|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|291||1875||Birth of William Sutherland (1)||
William Sutherland (1) was born in Quartzville, the son of William Sutherland Snr , a blacksmith.
|292||various||William (1) occupations||
Blacksmith - 1895-1900 Dredge Hand - 1901 Miner - 1923-1951 Farm Labourer - 1927
|293||1887||William (1) moves to Bannockburn||
William Sutherland (Snr) and William (1) shifted to Bannockburn and built dwelling #112. Mr Sutherland (Snr) shifted his blacksmith and farrier business from Quartzville to Doctors Flat, Bannockburn, where he built Dwelling #111
|294||1895||William (1) joins his father a a blacksmith at the age of 20 years.||
William (1) joins his father a a blacksmith at the age of 20 years.
|295||1899 (?)||Marriage of William (1) and Jane||
William Sutherland (1) married Miss Jane Ritchie
|296||1900||Birth / Death of William Robert Sutherland||
William Robert Sutherland was born in 1900, however on Sept 17 at the age of 5 weeks he died. He is buried in Cromwell.
|297||Notes on the Sutherland children||
William (2), known as Bill died 1 Jan 1918 Annie - Mrs Manson Frederick Pryde (Fred) married Elma Soden
|298||1901||William (1) leaves his fathers business and works as a dredge hand||
William (1) leaves his fathers business and works as a dredge hand
|299||1901||William Sutherland (1) purchases dwelling #13||
William Sutherland (1) purchases dwelling #13 from Mrs Paterson after her husbands death.
|300||1901 -||William (1) works out of he district - the family follows him in 1911||
William (1) works out of he district - the family follows him in 1911
|301||1901 - 1923||Mr Sutherland rents dwelling #13 to various tenants||
- 1901 to 1905, the property was rented to Alfred Harding - c1906 to c1918, the property was rented to H C Russell - c1918 to c1923, the property was rented to E J Iles
|302||1922||Sutherland family return to Bannockburn||
The Sutherland family return to Bannockburn and move back into their home at dwelling #13
|303||1922||William working as a miner||
William working as a miner
|304||1925||William is appointed chairman of the Bannockburn school committee||
William is appointed chairman of the Bannockburn school committee
|305||1926-1927||Mr Sutherland is appointed secretary of the Bannockburn school committee||
Mr Sutherland is appointed secretary of the Bannockburn school committee
|306||1927||William applies for a resident area||
Mr Sutherland applies for a resident area, 20 acrea (section 35, block II (2) Bannockburn Survey District - block across Pipeclay Creek with dwelling #44 on it )
|307||c1927||Marriage of Fred||
c1927, Fred Sutherland married Miss Elma Soden, and lived in two framed tents near dwelling #13 (see dwelling #127)
|308||late 1930s||Mr Sutherland leases dwelling #13 to Mr H Russell||
Mr Sutherland leases dwelling #13 to Mr H Russell
|309||late 1930s||Mr and Mrs Sutherland moved to dwelling #40||
Mr and Mrs Sutherland moved to dwelling #40, and lived there for he remainder of their lives.
|310||1950||Death of Jane Sutherland||
Jane died in 1950 aged 77 years
|311||1954||On Jan 1, Mr A Henderson purchased section 35, block II (2) from Mr Sutherland. Mr Henderson also leased dwelling #13 from Mr Sutherland.||
On Jan 1, Mr A Henderson purchased section 35, block II (2) from Mr Sutherland. Mr Henderson also leased dwelling #13 from Mr Sutherland.
|312||1957||On October 21, Alexander Henderson purchased dwelling #13 from William Sutherland (1)||
On October 21, Alexander Henderson purchased dwelling #13 from William Sutherland (1)
|313||1959||Death of William (1)||
Mr William Sutherland died in 1959, aged 84 years.
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|206||Cromwell Argus via Mrs C Spears||8 Feb 1895||Court Case - Boys throwing stones, Aggie Ross, Quartzville.||View Image|