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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
117310 Duguid (formerly Scargill) Mrs Leslie (formerly Miss Anne) - 1839 19 January Parishes of Allandale and Heddon GG 1839
 
Land Grant 1280 acres promised by Sir Ralph Darling on 30th November 1830



133892 Duguid (nee Scargill) Ann - 1866 7 July Newtown SMH
 
Wife of Lesslie Duguid. Died on 18th June 1866. 'A lady of considerable accomplishments, greatly regarded and regretted by her friends, neighbours and servants, and was most benevolent to the poor, who will miss her'



166856 Duguid (Scargill) Ann - 23 June 1866 Newtown SMH
 
Death on 17th June of Anne, the wife of Leslie Duguid and sister of Major General Scargill, formerly of the 9th Peninsular Regiment and late of the 97th regiment. Aged 69 years



166855 Scargill Ann - 24 July 1830 St. James Church, Sydney Sydney Monitor
 
Married - On 17th instant by Rev. R. Hill, Leslie Duguid Esq., to Ann, second daughter of the late Capt. Scargill of 22nd regt



166858 Scargill Ann - - - Hart's Annual Army List (Google Books)
 
Major General Scargill served with the 0th at the defence of Tarifa, from May to Dec. 1811. Also in the south of France from March to May 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie (brother of Ann).



166854 Scargill Ann Asia 1822 1825 - Muster 1825 (Ancestry)
 
Came Free per 'Asia'. Foster daughter of James Moodie (Mudie)



166857 Scargill Ann Mudie - 1820 London Google Books
 
The Medallic History of Napoleon Bonaparte, translated by Miss Ann Mudie Scargill from the Original Manuscript intended to have been published by the late Government of France



76961 Scargill Miss Ann - 1823 Newcastle CSI
 
Permitted to travel to Newcastle per Mermaid with Mr. Mudies party



133891 Scargill (Duguid) Ann Asia 1822 - - Singleton Pioneer Register p. 64
 
Bor 1797, adopted daughter of James Mudie. Spouse Leslie Duguid. Died 1866




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