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Jan 27, 2018 · Books. How Raffles stole the jewel of Singapore The true founder of Singapore, the humane and diplomatic William Farquhar, has for centuries been unjustly eclipsed by his bullying, reckless superior Jan 09, 2020 · Once upon a time in Singapore, William Farquhar was doing his 10,000 steps challenge along Rochor river when his dog leapt into the water and was promptly eaten by a crocodile. Incensed by the death of his canine friend, Farquhar dammed the river and lead a search party to hunt down the recalcitrant reptile. A guest post from a local history expert on the origins of the Farquhar's name. A guest post from a local history expert on the origins of the Farquhar's name. ... HENDRY of Slackend and Lennox Place  JOHN HENDRY, The parentage of John Hendry - the following possibilities exist (1) John Hendry christened 10 November 1734 son of Alexander Hendry and Grizell Grant (Fordyce), or (2) John Hendry christened 31 August 1739 son of Alexander Hendry and Janet Marr (Fordyce). of Fordyce, Banffshire; Farmer; m Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles, FRS (6 July 1781 – 5 July 1826) was a British statesman, Lieutenant-Governor of the Dutch East Indies (1811–1816) and Lieutenant-Governor of Bencoolen (1818–1824), best known for his founding of modern Singapore and the British Malaya.