I have made an aggregated file of the whole book, with the intention of making it possible to print it as one file (as well as read it continuously). However, the genealogical charts are PDF files and will have to be printed separately. (But you probably only want the one with your bit of the family in it.) GG


The Story of Margaret Henderson and Arthur Robertson and their Descendants in Australia

Table of Contents

List of Maps
Part I : Shetlanders
Chapter 1 : Margaret Henderson & Arthur Robertson
Chapter 2: Coming to Australia
Chapter 3: Let’s Go Backwards - the Robertsons in Shetland
Chapter 4: Barbara, John and Peter Robertson
Chapter 5: The Gift of Music
Part II: Settlers
Chapter 6: Life in Australia
Chapter 7: Generation B - Agnes Robertson
Chapter 8: Generation B - James Robertson
Chapter 9: Generation B - Arthur Robertson Junior
Chapter 10: Generation B - Margaret Robertson
Chapter 11: Generation B - Robert Robertson
Chapter 12: Generation B - William Adie Robertson
Chapter 13: The Robertsons & Christianity
Part III: Native Born
Chapter 14: The Children of Agnes Robertson & Michael Grace McCue
Chapter 15: The Children of James Robertson & Frances Halls
Chapter 16: The Child of Arthur Robertson Jnr & Margaret Rutherford
Chapter 17: The Children of Margaret Robertson & George Chiselett
Chapter 18: The Children of Robert Robertson & Mary Jane Cairns
Chapter 19: The Children of William Adie Robertson & Jane Mathieson
Chapter 20: The Robertsons & the Demon Drink
Part IV: Dispersal
Chapter 21: The Descendants of Agnes Robertson McCue
Chapter 22: The Descendants of James Robertson
Chapter 23: The Descendants of Arthur Robertson Junior
Chapter 24: The Descendants of Margaret Robertson Chiselett
Chapter 25: The Descendants of Robert Robertson
Chapter 26: The Descendants of William Adie Robertson
Chapter 27: Occupations, Arts & Crafts
Genealogical Charts

THE FOLLOWING GENEALOGICAL CHARTS CONTAIN THE NAMES , DATES OF BIRTH AND OCCUPATIONS OF LIVING PERSONS and I have made them unavailable online. If you are a family member you might write to me, Garry Gillard (the online editor) to ask me to send you the chart relevant to you.

Notes on the Genealogical Charts
I: Chart of Descendants of Agnes Robertson
ll: Chart of Descendants of James Robertson
III: Chart of Descendants of Arthur Robertson Junior
IV: Chart of Descendants of Margaret Robertson
V: Chart of Descendants of Robert Robertson
VI: Chart of Descendants of William Adie Robertson
VII: Table of Descendants of Margaret Henderson & Arthur Robertson
Appendix 1
The Franklin Expedition to find the North-West Passage, 1845-48
Appendix 2
Children of John McCue and Margaret McDonald
Appendix 3
Linking Robertson - McCue - Mathieson - Le Couteur - Crouch - Croft
Appendix 4
James Robertson Lands Department Document July 1874
Appendix 5
Writings, Sayings & Other Bits and Pieces
Acknowledgements and Resources

© 2004 Margaret Dawne Worrall
Published by Marie-Claire Nemec, Whitfield, Cairns
Printing by Cairns Plan Printing Services Pty Ltd., Cairns
Edited by Jessica Worrall
Front cover illustration © 2003 Joy Stewart
Indexed by Jessica Worrall
Interior design and production by Jessica Worrall
Maps by Margaret Worrall
All rights reserved. Apart from fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research or review as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission of the author.
The National Library of Australia Cataloguing-in-Publication
Worrall, Margaret, 1934- .
The Folk from the Wind Wound Isle : The story of Margaret Henderson and Arthur Robertson and their descendants in Australia.
Includes index.
ISBN 0 95818091 1
1. Robertson, Arthur, 1815-1896. 2. Henderson, Margaret, 1812-1887. 3. Robertson family. 4.
Henderson family. 5. Shetland (Scotland) - Genealogy. 6. Australia - Genealogy. I. Title.

This online version is published with the permission of the author, Margaret Worrall, and editor, Jessica Worrall.

Garry Gillard | New: 21 November, 2018 | Now: 22 October, 2022