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QUINTAL, Julia Etheline --> SCHMIDT, Adella

This is a work in progress. If you have information that adds to or changes an entry, you are invited to contact Herbert Ford at hford@puc.edu.

Quintal, Julia Etheline, thePeerage.com. Julia Etheline Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on September 15, 1851. She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Martha Quintal. She died on November 16, 1869, at age 18 on Norfolk Island.

Quintal, Kezia, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Kezia Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on May 21, 1843. She was the daughter of John Quintal and Dinah Young. She died on March 26, 1868, at the age of 24, on Norfolk Island. She was buried on March 28, 1868, on Norfolk Island. Kezia was not married. The child of Kezia and Isaac Dunsmure Robinson was Sarah Alice Quintal, born December 20, 1865, and died October 2, 1881.

Quintal, Levi Ward, Snell. Levi Ward Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on October 10, 1844. He was the son of John Quintal and Dinah Young. He died on Pitcairn Island at 1, on August 30, 1846.

Quintal, Louisa, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Louisa Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on March 7, 1829. She was the daughter of Edward Quintal and Dinah Adams. She married Thomas Buffett, son of John Buffett and Dorothy Young, on June 20, 1853, on Pitcairn Island. She died on February 5, 1873, at age 43, on Norfolk Island. In 1851 she was one of the 14 Pitcairn women who invited Admiral Moresby to visit Pitcairn Island. From June 20, 1853, her married name became Buffett. The children of Louisa and Thomas Buffett were Emma Quintal Buffett, Mary Ellen Olivia Buffett, Marianne Selina Buffett, Thomas Henbury Buffett, William Henry Buffett, Augustus Wentworth Buffett, John Edward Henry Buffett, Fanny Nelmes Buffett, Louisa Florence Buffett, Robert Inskip Buffett, and Herbert Claude Buffett.

Quintal, Louisa Victoria Rose, thePeerage.com. Louisa Victoria Rose Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on December 30, 1839. She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Martha Quintal. She married Nathaniel Quintal, son of Arthur Quintal and Mary Christian. She married Edward Buffett, son of John Buffett and Dorothy Young, on October 3, 1858, on Norfolk Island. She died on August 27, 1892, at age 52 on Norfolk Island. Louisa Victoria Rose Quintal usually went by her middle name of Victoria. From October 3, 1858, her married name became Buffett. The child of Louisa and Nathaniel Quintal was Dinah Amabella Quintal, who was born on January 22, 1859, and died May 11, 1953. The children of Louisa and Edward Buffett were Mary Helena Short Buffett, who was born on January 15, 860; Fletcher Christian Buffett, who was born on July 30, 1861, and died November 10, 1867; Arthur Buffett, who was born on May 28, 1863; Reubena Buffett, who was born on October 20, 1926; and Louise Cordelia Buffett, who was born on December 24, 1875, and died November 21, 1931.

Quintal, Lucy Anne, Snell; thePeerage.com. Lucy Anne Quintal was born on the transport bark Lucy Anne, which carried the Pitcairners to Tahiti in 1831 sometime between March 7 and March 23, 1831. She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Catherine McCoy. She died on March 25, 1831, at Tahiti.

Quintal, Maria Elizabeth, thePeerage.com. Maria Elizabeth Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on November 14, 1838. She was the daughter of John Quintal and Maria Christian. She married, first, Jacob Christian, son of Fletcher Christian and Peggy Christian, on October 14, 1855, on Pitcairn Island. She married, secondly, David Buffett, son of John Buffett and Dorothy Young, on July 20, 1881, on Norfolk Island. She died on April 28, 1855, at age 61 on Norfolk Island. From October 14, 1855, her married name became Christian, and from July 20, 1881, her married name became Buffett. The children of Maria and Jacob Christian were John Wallace Christian, died September 30, 1856; Caroline Lucy Christian, born September 23, 1857, and died October 7, 1869; Eugenia Frances Christian, born August 4, 1859, and died September 20, 1868; Leonora Christian, born April 24, 1860; Lucy Leonard Christian, born April 24, 1861, and died November 10, 1873; William Harrison Christian, born December 9, 1862, and died August 31, 1880; Jacob Wallace Christian, born June 24, 1865, and died March 1, 1808; Sophia Christian, born June 8, 1867, and died April 6, 1900; Holder Brownell Christian, born March 16, 1873, and died December 19, 1912; and Maria Elizabeth Christian, born September 5, 1874, and died November 26, 1896. (For the child of Maria and David Buffett, see "David Buffett").

Quintal, Martha, thePeerage.com. Martha Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island in 1822. She was the daughter of Edward Quintal and Dinah Adams. She married Arthur Quintal, the son of Arthur Quintal and Catherine McCoy on October 22, 1847, on Pitcairn Island. She died on December 25, 1893, on Norfolk Island. (For the names of the children of Martha and Arthur Quintal, see "Arthur Quintal.")

Quintal, Martha, (See "Martha Evans").

Quintal, Mary, Snell; Lareau; thePeerage.com. Mary Quintal was born On Pitcairn Island on April 16, 1843 She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Mary Christian. She married Pardon Snell on December 18, 1864, on Norfolk Island. She died on April 5, 1868, at age 24, on Norfolk Island. The children of Mary and Pardon Snell were Cornelius Headley Snell, born May 13, 1866, and died December 25, 1869; and Arthur Snell, born October 7, 1867.

Quintal, Mary Louisa, Snell, thePeerage.com. Mary Louisa Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on April 29, 1855. She was the daughter of Maria Christian and William Quintal. She married Pardon Snell on December 18, 1864 at Norfolk Island. She died on April 5, 1866 at age 24 on Norfolk Island. The children of Mary Quintal and Pardon Snell were Cornelius Headley Snell and Arthur Snell.

Quintal, Matilda, Snell. Matilda Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on October 17, 1841. Her parents were John Quintal and Dinah Young. She died on Norfolk Island on January 17, 1866.

Quintal, Matthew, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Matthew Quintal was born on March 3, 1766 at Padstow, Cornwall, England. He died in 1799 on Pitcairn. Matthew Quintal gained the rank of Able Seaman in the service of the Royal Navy, on board HMAV Bounty. He and Tevarua (?) were associated circa 1789 on Pitcairn Island. He and Teraura (?) were associated on Pitcairn Island. Matthew's mother died when he was young, and he lived with an uncle for two years. After two years at Plymouth with his father, he shipped aboard the sloop-of-war HMS Nymphas as servant to his uncle, a gunner. After his uncle's death, he was appointed servant to the Captain of a man-o-war, serving three years. There is no question that he was one of the most violent of the crew members and Pitcairn residents. He had a permanent attachment to Tahiti, and had no particular interest in returning to England. Although it is interesting to note that he, more than any other Pitcairn mutineer, not only named his consort after his mother, but each of his children is named for a member of his family. Not the act of a man with no feelings for family. On March 10, 1788, Quintal became the first person on board the Bounty to feel the lash. Upon complaint to Bligh by Fryer, he was given two dozen lashes for insolence and mutinous behavior. He was the first crewman approached by Christian concerning the mutiny. Initially he was frightened of the possible consequences, but after Martin overheard and agreed, he became an ardent supporter of Christian. After the Pitcairn landing, he favored destroying the Bounty, and, while the others discussed it, he went below and set the ship on fire. Like McCoy, who appears to have been a friend of his prior to his time on the Bounty, the introduction of liquor on Pitcairn affected him badly. As an instance of his ferocious nature, the story is handed down that one day his wife went fishing, and not succeeding in catching enough to satisfy Quintal, he flew into a rage abusing her unendingly, and finally bit off her ear. In 1799, in a drunken rage, he threatened to kill all of Christian's children unless he could take Isabella, his widow, as a wife. Adams and Young refused his demand, and realized that their lives and the lives of many others were in danger, and decided that something had to be done. They invited him to Adams' house, at which time he was set upon and overpowered by the two men. By means of a hatchet, the dreadful work of his execution was soon completed. The dreadful scene was eye-witnessed by nine-year-old Elizabeth Mills. The children of Matthew Quintal and Tevarua (?) were Matthew Quintal, born 1791, and died in September 1814; John Quintal, born 1792, and died in 1792; Jane Quintal, born 1795; Arthur Quintal, born May 6, 1795, and died November 19, 1873; and Sarah Quintal, born in 1797, and died November 27, 1851. The child of Matthew Quintal and Teraura (?) was Edward Quintal, born in 1800, and died September 8, 1841.

Quintal, Matthew, thePeerage.com. Matthew Quintal was born in 1791 on Pitcairn Island. He was the son of Matthew Quintal and Tevarua (?). He married Elizabeth Mills, daughter of John Mills and Vahineatua (?), in 1811 on Pitcairn Island. He died in September 1814 on Pitcairn Island. As a child, it was he who found a clasp knife on the island. There had been two ships that stood by the island with crews coming ashore to pick coconuts. The crews were unaware of the island inhabitants. This was a year or so after Captain Mayhew Folger's visit in 1808. "On a day in September of 1814, most of the young men of the village went out in their canoes to fish. They were mostly within speaking distance of one another, but Matt was not seen tending his canoe, and the others thought he was lying down in it. It was afterwards discovered that the canoe was, and had been for no one knew how long, floating around without an occupant. He had apparently fallen overboard, making no sound, and his body had sunk and was never seen again." The children of Matthew and Elizabeth were John Quintal, born in 1812, and died November 14, 1838; and Matthew Quintal, born in 1814, and died December 8, 1865.

Quintal, Matthew, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Matthew Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island in 1814. He was the son of Matthew Quintal and Elizabeth Mills. He died on December 8, 1865, on Norfolk Island.

Quintal, Nancy, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Nancy Quintal was born on Tahiti. She was the daughter of Edward Quintal and Dinah Adams. She married Jacob Christian, son of Fletcher Christian and Peggy Christian on August 10, 1851, on Pitcairn Island. She died on December 24, 1853 at age 22 on Pitcairn Island. In 1851, Nancy was one of the 14 women who invited Admiral Moresby to visit Pitcairn. From August 10, 1851, her married name was Christian. The child of Nancy and Jacob was Henry Chad Christian, born May 20, 1853. He died in 1878.

Quintal, Nancy Alice, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Nancy Alice Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on September 24, 1855. She was the daughter of John Quintal and Dinah Young. She married Henry Stephen Fremantle Quintal, son of Abraham Blatchly Quintal and Esther Maria Nobbs, on August 1, 1877, on Norfolk Island. She died on March 5, 1928, at age 72, on Norfolk Island. The children of Nancy and Henry Stephen Fremantle Quintal were Henry Stephen Quintal, Harriet Rosina Quintal, Emily Esther Mildred Quintal, Alice Prudence Quintal, Oliver Penny Quintal, Ackland Moresby Quintal, Dinah Quintal, and George Rawdon Quintal.

Quintal, Nancy Alice Prudence, Lareau; Snell. Nancy Alice Prudence Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on August 9, 1854. She was the daughter of John Quintal and Dinah Young. She died on Pitcairn Island on May 25, 1855.

Quintal, Nathaniel, thePeerage.com. Nathaniel Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on November 7, 1837. He was the son of Arthur Quintal and Mary Christian. He married Louisa Victoria Rose Quintal, daughter of Arthur Quintal and Martha Quintal. He married Abby Louisa Taber Quintal, daughter of William Quintal and Maria Quintal, on March 1, 1863, on Norfolk Island. He died on May 1, 1895, at age 57 on Norfolk Island. The child of Nathaniel and Louisa Victoria Rose Quintal was Dinah Amabella Quintal, who was born on January 22, 1859, and died May 11, 1953. The children of Nathaniel and Abby Louisa Taber Quintal were George Washington Jenks Quintal, Ada Ruth Quintal, Mary Amy Helen Quintal, William Nicholas Howland Quintal, Thomas Edward Biddlecombe Quintal, Joseph Atkins Quintal, Elizabeth Rosamond Quintal, Gilbert Alworth Quintal, Phoebe Ann Sherman Quintal, Abby Louise Tabor Quintal, Constance Harriett Quintal, Mary Maria Quintal, and Clara Augusta Selwyn Quintal.

Quintal, Oliver Macy, Lareau; Snell; thePeerage.com. Oliver Macy Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on October 10, 1841. He was the son of Maria Christian and William Quintal. He married Jemima Buffett, daughter of David Buffett and Marcha Young, circa 1889, in New Zealand. He died on Norfolk Island on February 23, 1922, at age 80. Oliver was a practicing barrister. He held the office of President of the Council of Elders on Norfolk Island between 1896 and 1899. The children of Oliver and Jemima Buffett were Laurie Ida Quintal, born 1891, and died in 1921; and Young Oliver Quintal, born c. 1893, and died c. 1902.

Quintal, Phoebe, Snell. Phoebe Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on April 25, 1824. Her parents were Arthur Quintal and Catherine McCoy. On April 9, 1848, on Pitcairn Island, Phoebe married Jonathan Adams, who was born on Pitcairn Island on January 3, 1828. His parents were George Adams and Polly Young. The children of Phoebe and Jonathan Adams were George Calvin Clifton Adams, who was born on Pitcairn on November 15, 1848, and died on Norfolk Island on September 14, 1862; Eliza Sabia Adams, Mary Ann Isabella Adams, Jonathan Lorenzo Adams, who was born on Pitcairn Island on August 24, 1854, and died in New Zealand; Phoebe Cleaveline Adams who was born on Pitcairn Island on January 25, 1856, and died on Norfolk Island on August 15, 1856; Phoeba Annabella Adams, William Roswell Marsh Adams, Catherine Amy Adams, John Augustus Adams, Katherine Amy Adams, and Albina A. Adams. Phoebe Quintal died on Norfolk Island on April 21, 1900.

Quintal, Priscilla Pitcairn, Snell. Pricilla Pitcairn Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on April 19, 1856. She was the daughter of James Quintal and Priscilla Christian. She died on Norfolk Island on April 5, 1868.

Quintal, Rachel Hope, thePeerage.com. Rachel Hope Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on March 24, 1849. She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Martha Quintal. She married James Taylor on December 31, 1874, on Norfolk Island. She died on August 15, 1933, at the age of 84. From December 31, 1874, her married name was Taylor. The children of Rachel and James Taylor were Robert Taylor, William Taylor, Jessie Etheline Taylor, Martha Taylor, Selina Taylor, Henry Chads Taylor and Henry Wallace Taylor.

Quintal, Rhoda, thePeerage.com. Rhoda Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on July 22, 1842. She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Martha Quintal. She died at age 15 on November 29, 1857, on Norfolk Island.

Quintal, Richard, Snell. Richard Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on September 4, 1849. He was the son of Maria Christian and William Quintal. He died on Pitcairn Island on September 12, 1849.

Quintal, Ruth, thePeerage.com. Ruth Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on May 8, 1829. She was the daughter of Arthur Quintal and Catherine McCoy. She married Samuel McCoy, son of Daniel McCoy and Sarah Quintal, on September 19, 1858, on Norfolk Island. She died on September 29, 1862, at age 33 on Norfolk Island. In 1851 she was one of the 14 women who invited Admiral Fairfax Moresby to visit Pitcairn. From September 19, 1858, her married name became McCoy. (For the children of Ruth and Samuel McCoy, see "Samuel McCoy").

Quintal, Sarah, thePeerage.com. Sarah Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island in 1797. She was the daughter of Matthew Quintal and Tevarua (?). She married, firstly, Daniel McCoy, son of William McCoy and Teio (?), in 1811 on Pitcairn Island. She married secondly , George Adams, son of John Adams and Teio (?), on October 6, 1844, on Pitcairn Island. She died on November 27, 1851, on Pitcairn Island. Sarah also went by the nick-name of Seldarb. From 1811, her married name became McCoy. From October 6, 1844, her married name became Adams. In 1851 she was one of the 14 Pitcairn women who invited Admiral Moresby to visit Pitcairn in the mid-1850s. The children of Sarah Quintal and Daniel McCoy were William McCoy, who was born in 1812, and died on February 17, 1849; Daniel McCoy, who was born in 1814, and died June 27, 1831; Hugh McCoy, who was born in 1816, and died June 27, 1831; Matthew McCoy, who was born in 1819, and died January 31, 1853; Jane McCoy, who was born in 1822, and died on June 4, 1831; Sarah McCoy, who was born on July 23, 1824, and died May 9, 1833; Samuel McCoy, who was born on October 23, 1826, and died September 7, 1876; Albina McCoy, who was born on November 11, 1828, and died on April 7, 1908; Daniel McCoy was born on December 28, 1832, and died on April 7, 1855.

Quintal, Sarah, thePeerage.com. Sarah Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on April 5, 1835. She was the daughter of John Quintal and Maria Christian. She married Philip McCoy, son of Daniel McCoy and Peggy Christian on Pitcairn Island on December 25, 1851. She died on July 28, 1868, on Norfolk Island. In 1851 Sarah was one of the 14 Pitcairn women who invited Admiral Fairfax Moresby to visit Pitcairn. From December 25, 1851, her married name was McCoy. The children of Sarah and Philip were Maria Edith McCoy, born August 26, 1852, died September 28, 1930; Angeline Ophelia McCoy, born July 3, 1854, died October 31, 1914; Arabella Amy McCoy, born July 29, 1856, died March 1, 1868; Eleanor Catherine McCoy, born 24 November 1858; Christiana Lara McCoy, born September 4, 1859, died September 16, 1942; Peggy Winslow McCoy, born November 20, 1862, died June 20, 1868; Frederic Stanley Richard McCoy, born March 27, 1865, died in 1944; Stephen Christian McCoy, born May 13, 1868, died in 1920; and Francis Alfred McCoy, born May 13, 1868, died November 12, 1868.

Quintal, Sarah Clara, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Sarah Clara Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on November 5, 1851. She was the daughter of John Quintal and Dinah Young. She married William Nihill Champion on May 14, 1873, at Kingston, Norfolk Island. She died on December 31, 1894, at age 43, on Norfolk Island. From May 14, 1873, her married name became Champion. The children of Sarah and William Nihill Champion were Walter Hutton Champion, William Anderson Champion, John Nihill Champion, Malcolm Eadie Champion, Isabella May Champion, and Alice Augusta Champion.

Quintal, Susan, Snell. Susan Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on November 5, 1833. She was the daughter of Edward Quintal and Dinah Adams. On June 20, 1853, she married Fletcher Christian Nobbs on Pitcairn Island. He was born on Pitcairn Island on September 1, 1833, and was the son of George Hunn Nobbs and Sarah Christian. He died on Norfolk Island on March 3, 1912. The children of Susan Quintal and Fletcher Christian Nobbs were Jacob Dyas Nobbs, who was born on Pitcairn Island on November 7, 1853, and died on Pitcairn Island between November 7 and 14 in 1853 on Pitcairn Island; Kathleen Laura Nobbs, Eliza Louisa Nobbs, Charles Chase Ray Nobbs, Janet Anne Lucy Nobbs, George Edward Nobbs, Martha Selina Nobbs, Fletcher Christian Nobbs, and Benjamin Brancker Nobbs. Susan Quintal died on February 18, 1917, on Norfolk Island.

Quintal, William, Snell. William Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island in 1817. On July 6, 1840, on Pitcairn Island he married Maria Christian, the daughter of Charles Christian and Sarah. William died on Norfolk Island on July 6, 1905. (For the children of William Quintal and Maria Christian see "Maria Christian.")

Quintal, William Wilburn, Snell; Lareau; thePeerage.com. William Wilburn Quintal was born on Pitcairn Island on April 29, 1848. He was the son of John Quintal and Dinah Young. He died at age 4, on Pitcairn Island on October 31, 1852.

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Randall, Andrew Michael Basil, thePeerage.com. Andrew Michael Basil Randall was born on Pitcairn Island on October 8, 1986. He is the son of Michael Randall and Brenda Vera Amelia Christian. Andrew was also known as Andrew Michael Basil Christian. In 2008, Andrew, living on Pitcairn Island, was using the name Andrew Christian.

Randall, Kristy, thePeerage.com. Kristy Randall is the daughter of Michael Randall and Brenda Vera Amelia Christian.

Randall, Michael, thePeerage.com. Michael Randall was born at Breconshire, Wales. He married Brenda Vera Amelia Christian, daughter of Ivan Roa Christian and Vera Carlene Deborah Young, on August 3, 1972, on Pitcairn Island. The children of Michael and Brenda Vera Amelia Christian are Michael Randall, Kristy Randall, and Andrew Michael Basil Randall, born October 8, 1985.

Rawdon, Sydney Nobbs, thePeerage.com. Sydney Nobbs Rawdon was born on Pitcairn Island on May 27, 1848. He was the son of George Hunn Nobbs and Sarah Christian. He married, firstly, Adelina Sophia Christian, daughter of Charles Christian and Charlotte Quintal, on May 3, 1869, on Norfolk Island. He married, secondly, Dora (?) circa 1872, in England. He died in England. Sydney Nobbs Rawdon was baptized in the name of Sydney Herbert Nobbs. The children of Sydney and Dora (?) were Rona Nobbs, Daisy Nobbs and Christine Nobbs, born in 1901. The children of Sydney and Adelina Sophia Christian were Herbert Nobbs, born December 18, 1868, and died July 26, 1869; and Herbert Nobbs, born January 10, 1870, and died April 21, 1870.

Ross, Agnes. (source?) Something of a Pitcairn mystery woman, Agnes Ross, who sometimes went by the name “Ardie,” was a young woman when she arrived on the Island at an unknown date. To older folk on Pitcairn, Agnes was “Glenny.” A British subject, she in some unknown way was able to gain permanent residence on Pitcairn, and to obtain funds necessary to build a two-story home, which during a storm had its top floor completely blown away. It appears that a some point during Agnes’ Pitcairn residence, her sister, Harriet Ross, joined her. Writing in behalf of Agnes’ need for support, Dan Fitch, who has been a crew member of the Seventh-day Adventist missionary ship Pitcairn, wrote to friends: “The need that Agnes has is not so great from a spiritual standpoint, but financially and mentally it is quite great. Pray about it and let the Holy Spirit lead you. Try to place yourself in such a situation as Agnes now finds herself. Cut off entirely from all near of kin. You may feel as I so often do – disheartened – but the best cure I have found for such is to try to pass cheer on to some one who may be less blessed than I am.” It appears that Agnes returned to New Zealand from Pitcairn in 1963 on the ship Gothic.

Salt, Leon Harold, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Leon Harold Salt was born in 1952. He is the son of Gordon Harold Salt and Leone Merle Browne. He married Brenda Patrice Hatfall. Leon served as school teacher on Pitcairn Island from March 1984, until late 1986. In 1995, he was appointed the Commissioner of Pitcairn Island, and served with distinction in that post for a number of years, in the process becoming the close friend of a large number of the Pitcairn people. The children of Leon and Brenda Patrice Hatfall are Rachel Lee Salt, born in 1976; Cushla Lorraine Salt, born in 1977; Natash Leone Salt, born in 1980; and Ruben Matia Abraham Leslie Salt, born in 1983.

Sarah, thePeerage.com. Sara was born in November 1789, at Tahiti. She married Charles Christian, son of Fletcher Christian and Maimiti, in 1810, at Pitcairn Island. She died on March 7, 1826, at age 36, on Pitcairn Island. She came to Pitcairn with her mother, and is said by the Pitcairn Register to be the daughter of McCoy. However, that is unlikely given when McCoy arrived in Tahiti. The dates don't tally. Teio was likely pregnant when she met McCoy. She was sometimes called "Big Sully." Her married name was Christian. The children of Sara and Charles Christian were Sarah Christian, born 1810, and died December 5, 1899; Edward Christian, born in 1814, and died June 3, 1831; Charles Christian, born in 1818, and died May 22, 1886; Mary Christian, born in 1819, and died April 25, 1843; Margaret Christian, born February 22, 1822, and died November 30, 1874; and Isaac Christian, born April 26, 1825, and died October 31, 1877.

Schmidt, Adella, thePeerage.com. Adella Schmidt married Arthur Herbert Young, son of Simon Young and Marry Buffett Christian on Pitcairn Island. She died on 10 December 1939 on Pitcairn Island. Adella was the daughter of a Danish boat builder and a Chilean mother from the island of Mangareva. Having been brought up in a Spanish-speaking family, she was sent to Pitcairn to learn English. Her married name became Young. Her children, with Arthur Herbert Young, were Burnell Young, born 14 February 1896; Evelyn May Young, born 31 May 1897; Bernice Viola Juanita Young, born 19 January 1899, died 26 December 1993; Gladys Christine Young, born 29 November 1904, died 9 April 1937; Muriel Vera Young, born in 1908; and Arthur Raymond Lacy Young, born 21 March 1917.

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