No other event of like kind has ever so firmly held me in its grasp of anticipation.”            “Now I have seen it – have handled it – have pored avidly over its pages – have looked with wide eyes into a past that is dead yet liveth. In 1829 daughter Nancy married Robert CLOUSTON (1794-1850) from the Orkneys. The book-lined shelves of his home attest to his life-long quest for any historical data. - - On 21 May, “Mr SUTHERLAND sent Mr. FINLAYSON over to the French House to ask liberty to go down to the Forks and after long hesitation they said those from Qu’Appelle might go, but to take no property from this belonging to this House.”, ** MORE ABOUT CUTHBERT GRANT and the FIRST RED RIVER METIS REBELLION, From 1817 to 1819 James was “in charge” at Fort Hibernia (later Fort Pelly) and the Forks, Red River District (HBCA) If you have questions, please contact Robert Lee Barrett placed in my room. He would bring us apples and say, Apples if you want’em, apples if you don’t want’em. Winnipeg District In 1952 he was invited to speak at an Institute of Literature at Radford College on “Literature in Southwest Virginia.” His penetrating review of histories, poems, novels, columns and other written releases was outstanding. A right arm fast-medium bowler, Sutherland made his first-class debut against Queensland at the St Kilda Cricket Ground, where one of his opponents, Scott Muller, was also debuting. Source: Julie Voyles ( posted on the Russell Co. He inspired and welded the group together. GREAT NEWS! ST. PAUL, VA - Delphia Mae Sutherland, age 97, went to her heavenly home to receive her rewards on November 4, 2020 in Johnson City Medical Center, Johnson City, TN due to … Reading the newspapers and hearing men talk about legal and political questions awakened my interest in these matters.”            Writing on party politics later in life, “EJ” gave his opinions and commented, “I have been a Young Democrat a long time – I couldn’t be anything else.” (2)            He was a Genealogist. Apr 27, 1806 WILLIAM SUTHERLAND (m. Elizabeth LOGAN), 4. It is with heavy hearts that after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s, William James “Jimmie” Sutherland, 76, passed peacefully on his beloved East Street Farms, Port Hood, on June 16, 2020. His studies of the Counts and related families are recorded in more than fifty loose-leaf notebooks of original data. The old teachers taught much along these lines – their labors bore choice fruits.” (1)            He was a student of politics. (3)             He kept accurate records. In his poetry, Judge Sutherland never puts techniques ahead of heartfelt emotions and cherished values of the people and the region he celebrates. This is an inexorable law of life. Are you sure that you want to remove this flower? ** MORE ABOUT JAMES INKSTER SR, Dec 19, 1833: - - Mrs. TAIT is very anxious to get her daughter out here - - I have a servant with me of the name William CORRIGAL - - My son-in-law Mr. CLOUSTON (married to daughter Nancy) also wishes that his relations be informed that he is well - - Brothers & Family – and begin with the youngest Roderick is at one of the best schools in the place and doing well – Philip is married to my Grandchild as before mentioned, Isabella is married to a half-breed of the name of SETTER – Alexander  poor fellow is the worst of the whole. August 10, 1840: - - I still have three of my sons with me, that is, John, Roderick and George. “E” often enjoyed hikes with his wife and others to Blowing Rock and Birch Knob (two highest points in Dickenson County), and other places. Blessings to your family. Previously sponsored memorials or famous memorials will not have this option. [4] He was part of Victoria's 1992/93 Mercantile Mutual Cup campaign and played in the Final which they lost to New South Wales.[5]. “EJ” helped other families with their reunions – as Mullins, Musick, and Smith. In 1917, he published a 35 page book of poems, “The Sunken Star.” In 1951, he published “In Lonesome Cove,” another volume of poetry. He joined a vast throng near Carbo, on Clinch River, June 30, 1934, gathered at the home of “Aunt Rachael” Kiser, a granddaughter of “Jamie the Scotchman” Sutherland, to observe her one hundredth birthday. For months I have been itching to hold it in my hands, to open it slowly, and to feast my eyes upon its satisfying contents. Failed to report flower. With membership of approximately one hundred, the society promotes historical studies and preservation of manuscripts. An old song, “Needle’s Eye,” was also known in North Carolina and Kentucky. Cars were parked along the street as far as the eye could see, or honked and twisted and squeezed slowly through the choked thoroughfare – part and parcel of this moving drama of the coal-abounding hills – payday for the sweat and toil of two weeks underground.”            “By twelve o’clock lines began to form at the pay windows, little men, big men, old men, young men, women, children fell into line.”             “One-thirty – the pay windows opened – the miners or members of their families began filing past. Verify and try again. In 1941, he edited his old column in The Dickenson Forum entitled, “Seen from Sunset Hill,” with comments on books, seasons of the year, courts, county fair, family reunions, boyhood memories, deaths of older citizens, schools, politics, etc. Then “EJ’s” skill in interviewing came to the rescue. In the veins of his ancestors also came English blood. On March 15, 1827 James was at Liverpool. … (1) Kercheval’s “History of the Valley”, 4th Ed., page 37 relates an incident in relation to which “Major Andrew Keyser also informed the author that an Indian once called at his father’s in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, appeared to be much agitated, and asked for something to eat.