November 1840: ‘List of Passengers and Packets, recd. at Bombay for Suez on board the Hon’ble Cos. Steamer Victoria‘: Mr Allan
Clyde Corinthian Yacht Club. … Race 2, for the 10-raters, provided the sensation of the day for the spectators, and the result was another shock to the feelings of patriotic Scotsmen. The entries were Lilith, Sula, Dakotah, Dora, Ptarmigan, and Fenella. Dora being over the rating had to allow the other 10’s 1m. 53s., and the 5-rater Fenella 16m. 43s. The wind in the neighbourhood of the line was very fluky, and there was much keen manœuvring for the best position at the start. All the boats were steered by their owners except Lilith, which was in the capable hands of Mr W. Fife junior, her designer. … In the course of the race a slight foul took place between Dakotah and Lilith, and the owner of the latter intimated his intention to protest, but, after discussing the matter with Mr Allan on board Colonsay, Mr Collins decided not to proceed with it. The times at finish were – Dakotah (winner), 4h. 20m. 26s.; Sula, 4h. 24m. 55s.; Lilith (second prize), 4h. 26m. 45s.; Dora, 4h. 28m. 56s.; Ptarmigan, 4h. 36m. 2s.
January 1915: Miss Winifred Allan, soprano, 42 Rossiter Road, Balham
1 April 1931: Urban council elections: Skegness: candidates: J. Crawshaw, F. Cooper, A. W. Allan, T. E. Dewsbury, H. Thornton, H. Wheatley, S. Chester, M. J. Archer, H. Hare, H. Newham, W. H. Foster, W. Grant, Ethel Lloyd-Gwyn, A. W. Knowles.
25 May 1951: Birth at Kingston Maternity Hospital, London, to Mr and Mrs R. Allan (née Helen Hogg), 16 Cedar Terrace, Richmond: a son. Both well.
2 July 1951: Tennis: Arbroath v Kinnoull – In a Midlands League (Division 1) match at Perth on Thursday, Arbroath (men) were defeated by Kinnoull by 5 matches to 4, 4 sets to 9, 90 games to 97. Details – G. Osborne and R. Knox, Arbroath, lost to J. Blair and J. Campbell, 5-7, 2-6; gave w.o. to S. Allan and K. Donaldson; beat R. Nimmo and G. Hunter, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. J. A. Jameson and D. F. McKechnie, Arbroath, lost 4-6, 3-6; lost 7-5, 3-6, 2-6; won 6-2, 6-2. W. Grant and D. Rowles won 9-7, 6-3; lost 7-5, 4-6, 6-8; won 6-1, 6-1.
15 April 1953: Bill of sale by Laddy Allan, 63 Chadwick Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, jersey and knitwear manufacturer, of a motor car, in favour of Ivor Voller
4 October 1963: John Allan, 2nd violin, Covent Garden Orchestra