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1
1841 Scotland Census
about Donald McLaren
Name: Donald McLaren
Age: 45
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1796
Gender: Male
Where born: Perthshire, Scotland

Civil Parish: Comrie
County: Perthshire
Address: Ross
Occupation: Farmer
Parish Number: 341
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Donald McLaren 45
Elizabeth McLaren 15
Ann McLaren 13
Donald McLaren 11
Peter McLaren 9  
McLaren, Ann (I290)
 
2
1841 Scotland Census
about Thomas Davidson
Name: Thomas Davidson
Age: 40
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1801
Gender: Male
Where born: Scotland

Civil Parish: Bothwell Holytown
County: Lanarkshire
Address: Nether Sachop
Occupation: Labourer
Parish Number: 625
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Thomas Davidson 40
Agnes Davidson 40
Chas Davidson 15
David Davidson 15
Henry Davidson 14
Robert Davidson 12
Betty Davidson 9
Ann Davidson 7
John Davidson 4
Thos Wilson 19  
Family F88
 
3
1851 Scotland Census
about Colin Baker
Name: Colin Baker
Age: 21
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830
Relationship: Servant
Gender: Male
Where born: Port Mahaven, Argyle
Parish Number: 625
Civil Parish: Bothwell
County: Lanarkshire
Address: Rigghead
Occupation: Farm Servant
ED: 5
Page: 8 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 23
Line: 4
Roll: CSSCT1851_149
Household Members:
Name Age
James Hayler 57
Catherine M Hayler 46
Jean Campbell Hayler 21
John Wallace Hayler 17
Mary M G Hayler 10
Helen Burce 24
Frances Hogler 19
James Carl 50
Janet Carl 47
Mary McPyor 40
Elizabeth McBiner 25
Honoria Douffan 18
Helen Butt 30
Grace Mathieson 33
Elizabeth Roble 30
Dorothy Weir 23
Peter Leather 22
George Muir 19
Catherine Scott 41
Meson Baker 27
Catherine McOwen 20
Colin Baker 21
David Eglinton 17
Thomas Oneil 15  
Baker, Meson (I379)
 
4
1851 Scotland Census
about Colin Baker
Name: Colin Baker
Age: 21
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830
Relationship: Servant
Gender: Male
Where born: Port Mahaven, Argyle (Portnahaven)
Parish Number: 625
Civil Parish: Bothwell
County: Lanarkshire
Address: Rigghead
Occupation: Farm Servant
ED: 5
Page: 8 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 23
Line: 4
Roll: CSSCT1851_149
Household Members:
Name Age
James Hayler 57
Catherine M Hayler 46
Jean Campbell Hayler 21
John Wallace Hayler 17
Mary M G Hayler 10
Helen Burce 24
Frances Hogler 19
James Carl 50
Janet Carl 47
Mary McPyor 40
Elizabeth McBiner 25
Honoria Douffan 18
Helen Butt 30
Grace Mathieson 33
Elizabeth Roble 30
Dorothy Weir 23
Peter Leather 22
George Muir 19
Catherine Scott 41
Meson Baker 27
Catherine McOwen 20
Colin Baker 21
David Eglinton 17
Thomas Oneil 15  
Baker, Colin (I289)
 
5
1861 Scotland Census
about Colin Baker
Name: Colin Baker
Age: 30
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1831
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Ann
Gender: Male
Where born: Islay, Argyle
Registration Number: 625/1
Registration district: Bothwell
Civil Parish: Bothwell
County: Lanarkshire
Address: Old Bellshill
Occupation: Ploughman
ED: 5
Household schedule number: 119
Line: 6
Roll: CSSCT1861_92
Household Members:
Name Age
Colin Baker 30
Ann Baker 32
Janet Baker 10
James Baker 8
Donald Baker 5
Robert Baker 3
Marion Baker 1 Mo
John Watson 29  
Family F84
 
6
1891 Scotland Census
about James Baker
Name: James Baker
Age: 4
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1887
Relationship: Son
Father's Name: James
Mother's Name: Margaret
Gender: Male
Where born: Old Monkland, Lanarkshire
Registration Number: 652/2
Registration district: Coatbridge
Civil Parish: Old Monkland
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 319 Bank St
ED: 2
Household schedule number: 46
Line: 24
Roll: CSSCT1891_318
Household Members:
Name Age
James Baker 38
Margaret Baker 38
Annie Baker 12
Mary Baker 11
Marion Baker 7
Allan Baker 7
James Baker 4
Alexr Baker 1
Donald Baker 3wks  
Family F83
 
7
1901 Scotland Census
about James Baker
Name: James Baker
Age: 14
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1887
Relationship: Son
Mother's Name: Margaret
Gender: Male
Where born: Old Monkland, Lanark
Registration Number: 652/2
Registration district: Coatbridge
Civil Parish: Old Monkland
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 283i Bank St
Occupation: Painters Apprentice
ED: 2
Household schedule number: 56
Line: 19
Roll: CSSCT1901_346
Household Members:
Name Age
Margaret Baker 48
Annie Baker 22
Mary Baker 21
Allan Baker 17
James Baker 14
Alexander Baker 11
Donald Baker 10
Hugh Baker 8  
Family F83
 
8
Illinois State Archives
http://www.ilsos.gov

Groom Morris, Noah W
Bride Windsor, Jeanett
Date 1897-07-26
Volume 1a
Page 213
Lic No 2585
County Brown 
Family F98
 
9 "The History of Polk County, Iowa" published by the Union Historical Company, Birdsall, Williams & Co. 1880
https://books.google.ca/books?id=dHkUAAAAYAAJ 
Family F67
 
10 #012766-78 William CARR, 21, King, same, b, farmer, s/o John Henry & Mary Ann CARR, married Ann Jane IRELAND, 18, King, same, s, d/o George & Sarah IRELAND, witn: Henry IRELAND, M. CARMICHAEL, both King, married 29 May 1878, King Twp. Family F196
 
11 'A Short History of William George and Sarah Ann Hamilton Family', Written by Gladys Aileen Hamilton circa 1977.

John Morton was born in Gananoque County, Ontario. He married Mary Ann Seale, probably of Dutch origin, who had been born at the Seigniory of Argentine in Quebec, probably near Lachine.
The Mortons may have lived in that area as well at some time. Mary Ann Seale's father was Thomas Seale and her grandfather also was Thomas Seale. Mary Ann's mother was Anne Johnstone and her maternal grandfather was George Johnstone, from west of Montreal.

When their children were small, the family moved to Saginaw, Michigan. After Mary Ann's death in 1872 in Gananoque, John married Ellen Cruise at Morin Heights. Ellen was the sister of John Cruise of Lachute, Quebec, who was father of Mrs. Ella Andrews. In the late 1870's John decided to go west in search of land while his wife returned to Lachute to care for her brother's motherless children.

On the old Red River, south of Morris, John met the Woods and the Moodies. Here he took up land but at this time Bishop Tache of St. Boniface got a concession from the Manitoba Government to establish a French Roman Catholic colony over the St. Jean area. All English speaking Protestants were given the option of remaining, if desired, or accepting compensation and leaving. The latter choice resulted in the coming of the three families to the Morton district north-west of Miami, where homesteading had begun in the 1880's.

Ellen had rejoined John and, with his aged father Pappy, they homesteaded SE 3 22-5-7, the nearest available land to that of his two daughters, Lizzie (Mrs. John Duncan) and Sarah (Mrs. George Hamilton) who had preceded them and were farming at Old Nelson, now known as Dunston.

Tragedy struck swiftly and soon. During a mental lapse - too soon to predict or prevent - Pappy shot and killed his son John and his daughter-in-law Ellen. The impact of such an event on so small a community was beyond description, 'Grandpa', as he was affectionately known to the Woods children to whom his stories were a delight, and whose cane was their favorite steed was taken to Selkirk where, in his 96th year, swift and merciful death followed a sudden return to sanity and realization.

Evidently Pappy had hated his daughter-in-law Ellen and had taken a shotgun and sat by a window waiting for Ellen to return to the house. When he heard footsteps, he shot - and killed his own son John. He still waited, and also shot Ellen when she arrived.

For many years the house, the scene of the tragedy, stood as a constant reminder of it, evoking endless repetition and version. A son Robert and his family occupied it until they moved to Deerwood.
Later the Mustards lived there, during which time the old horror was replaced by the warmth and friendliness of its new tenants and by the time it was torn down, the tragic details were almost forgotten.

The Morton district north-west of Miami was named in John Morton's memory, as he had been highly thought of in the district. It was also as a tribute to all the early settlers there. A cairn in the district is dedicated to the early pioneers. The Morton School , built in 1890, was also named after John. 
Family F200
 
12 'A Short History of William George and Sarah Ann Hamilton Family', Written by Gladys Aileen Hamilton circa 1977.

Tom Morton was born near Kingston, Ontario. As a boy, he would float on the ice floes in the St. Lawrence River near Gananoque in the spring. At age 26, Tom married Isobella See in Deckerville, Michigan, while he was a brakeman on the railroad and living at Downington. Their marriage license had been obtained May 25. The officiating clergyman was Henry F. Alderton and witnesses were William Lloyd and Carrie Lloyd.

After their marriage they lived in Port Huron, Michigan, where Dave was born.In 1891, they lived briefly in Saginaw East, where Esther was born. They were again at Port Huron where Emma was born in 1895. Later in 1895, five years after the death of Tom's father, the family moved to Manitoba. Here they moved several times. First they lived in a little house west of the school, near the old Morton house, where Sadie was born. George was born at Browns'. Mary was born at Deerwood. They then lived near Eldorado, at the foot of the hill on what was later Hugh Loyns' place, near the Burrows family.Here Bessie was born. They moved back to the Deerwood area to the Alex Macallum place where Kate was born. During this time Tom worked at whatever job he could get, but often lost his job because of his drinking. Isobella was tall, with brown hair, good looking, with a good figure. She held the family together, kept a garden, always having too much to do and too little to do it with. She was loved by all and managed to keep her sense of humour.

Esther's first memories of her dad were of his drunkenness. Finally he took medicine that helped him. This was after Mary was born He never raised his voice to his wife when he was drunk but often took it out on his sons. Isobella was still in bed after Mary's birth when Tom came home drunk and whaled Dave with a club until Isobella came from upstairs to the head of the stairs and said, "Tom." He replied, "I'm all right, Bella." - and he was. After that he started taking medicine and did not drink again until Isobella died. Isobella developed TB of the bone and pneumonia and spent her last year in bed.Esther quit school and looked after the children during this time. When Isobella became terminally ill she stayed at the Pell's, a neighbour, where she died in 1907.

When Isobella died, Tom fell apart and disappeared.Tom=s sisters, Liz and Sarah, decided that Esther was too young to look after the family on her own took over, distributing the children among the family members, despite Esther's attempts to keep them together under her care. By one method or another, the family was scattered.Kate was sent east to Ontario with Maggie Denison, as they figured that Isobella's family should get at least one child. Kate arrived therewith her name on a cardboard pinned to her coat so she would be recognized.For years after the family breakup, the children saw nothing of their father. He worked for years in a camp in Ontario with his son Dave. The rest of the family knew nothing about this until later. Esther saw him once after her mother's death , then did not see him again until her visit to Manitoba in 1944. Tom's brother Bob who had moved to Saskatchewan had a stroke and wrote, trying to get Tom to come and see him , but never heard from him.

Tom was batching somewhere east of Winnipeg when his sister Liz contacted him. She got him to come and stay with her and get a supply of wood in for her as her wood was all washed away and scattered through the bush. He stayed there until after her death in 1931. During that time he would sometimes walk over and stay with Bessie,his daughter,and John. After that he spent about three months at a time with each of Sadie, Mary and Bessie and their families.

During the 1940's Tom stayed most of the time with Bessie and her family. When he became too old to move around he stayed with them all the time.Bessie cared for him as his health deteriorated until he became too much for her and her family to handle, as he often hallucinated, seeing snakes, etc., by his bed and could not be restrained. He got so he seldom recognized anyone.Bessie finally had to agree to have him sent to a home, about a year before he died.There he did not recognize anyone who came to see him.

Tom died at the St. Boniface Old Folks Home on October 17, 1950 at the age of 91 years, 6 months and 24 days. His funeral was October 20 at the United Church in Miami with Rev. Freer officiating. The pallbearers were Harold McKay, Alan Gill, Fred Loyns, Frank Richtik, Walter Richtik and James Richtik. He was interred in the Miami cemetery. 
Family F0004
 
13 'Early Western Augusta Pioneers' by George W. Cleek of Staunton, Virginia 1957. Pages 397-398.
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89062947833
 
Family F791
 
14 'Early Western Augusta Pioneers' by George W. Cleek of Staunton, Virginia 1957. Pages 354-361.
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89062947833 
Family F788
 
15 'New England Marriages Prior to 1750' by Clarence Almon Torrey states the first marriage for Johanna Dollen to Reynold Kelley on pg. 432. Family F422
 
16 'New England Marriages Prior to 1750' by Clarence Almon Torrey states the second marriage for Johanna Dollen to James Mander on pg. 485.
Johanna's sister, Patience, married Walter Mander, most likely James' brother. 
Family F424
 
17 'Red River' By Joseph James Hargrave (A personal and very bias account of events)
https://books.google.ca/books?id=p3yHV0tF9REC 
Family F611
 
18 'The Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire' by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter Goodwin Davis quotes that John Dollen is 49 years of age in March of 1675-1676, leading us to estimate he was born around 1626. Origins suggest England, Ireland and Scotland as his birth place. Darling, John (I1076)
 
19 'The Peerage' Ancestry:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p20527.htm#i205266 
Family F601
 
20 'The Peerage' Ancestry:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p30563.htm#i305627 
Family F600
 
21 'The Peerage' Ancestry:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p30563.htm#i305630 
Family F602
 
22 'The Peerage' Ancestry:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p30564.htm#i305632 
Family F597
 
23 'The Peerage' Ancestry:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p30565.htm#i305643 
Family F603
 
24 'The Peerage' Ancestry:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p30566.htm#i305656 
Family F604
 
25 'The Talbot Family By Edris Abernethy Starkey' http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fww64/EDRIS.html Talbot, Colonel Mathew (I2731)
 
26 1 Year age discrepancy between 1901 Scottish Census and Death record transcription. McBride, Delina (I471)
 
27 13346-82 (York Co) Adam DICEMAN, 42, widower, farmer, Vaughan, same, s/o John DICEMAN & Ann DICEMAN, married Elizabeth Ann ANDREWS, 32, Vaughan, same, d/o Benjamin ANDREWS & Mary ANDREWS, witn: James JACKSON & Amelia ANDREWS both of Vaughan, 17 May 1882 at Vaughan Family F22
 
28 1806, Dec. 21. Pierre Charles Delapas de Luziere, Commandant Civil and Military of Nouvelle Bourbon, native of France, aged about 67.

http://genealogytrails.com/mo/stgene/church_records_oldchurch.htm 
de Hault de Lassus, Marquis Pierre Charles (I1044)
 
29 1840 Marriage

Text: McDermaid, Duncan Glencoul, psh of Edrachylish McGregor, Isobel Inchnadaff 24 Apr 1840
Book: Marriages. (Marriage)
Collection: Sutherland: Assynt, Stoer - Marriage Index, 1798-1855 
McDiarmaid, Duncan (I500)
 
30 1840 Marriage Isobel MacGregor and Duncan McDiarmaid

Text: McDermaid, Duncan Glencoul, psh of Edrachylish McGregor, Isobel Inchnadaff 24 Apr 1840
Book: Marriages. (Marriage)
Collection: Sutherland: Assynt, Stoer - Marriage Index, 1798-1855

Source: Ancestry 
Family F135
 
31 1841 Scotland Census
Ancestry.com

Name: Archibald Rice
Age: 24
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1817
Gender: Male
Where born: Midlothian, Scotland
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: Fettes Row No. 20
Occupation: Skinner
Parish Number: 685/2
Household Members:
Name Age
Archibald Rice 24 b. 1817 Midlothian, Scotland
Janet Rice 23 b. 1818 Midlothian, Scotland
Mary Ann Rice 3 b. 1838 Midlothian, Scotland
Christian Rice 1 b. 1840 Midlothian, Scotland 
Family F0120
 
32 1841 Scotland Census
VIEW RECORD
Name Janet Levack
Age 30
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Gender Female
Where born Caithness, Scotland
Civil parish Latheron
County Caithness
Address Budrigill
Parish Number 38
Household Members
Name Age
Bangamer Levack 35
Janet Levack 30
Alexander Levack 10
Margaret Levack 8
Esther Levack 6
Elizabeth Levack 4

Source: Ancestry 
Family F133
 
33 1841 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdearmid
Age 30
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Gender Male
Where born Sutherland, Scotland
Civil parish Eddrachillis
County Sutherland
Address Glencooll
Occupation Shepherd
Parish Number 49
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdearmid 30
Nabella Mcdearmid 30
David Mcdearmid 5 Mo
Robt Ross 25
Kate Mcloud 25
Marcana Mcray 10

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Duncan (I500)
 
34 1841 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdearmid
Age 30
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Gender Male
Where born Sutherland, Scotland
Civil parish Eddrachillis
County Sutherland
Address Glencooll
Occupation Shepherd
Parish Number 49
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdearmid 30
Nabella Mcdearmid 30
David Mcdearmid 5 Mo
Robt Ross 25
Kate Mcloud 25
Marcana Mcray 10

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, David (I508)
 
35 1841 Scottish Census

Name: Duncan Mcdearmid
Age: 30
Estimated birth year: abt 1811
Gender: Male
Where born: Sutherland, Scotland
Civil Parish: Eddrachillis
County: Sutherland
Address: Glencooll
Occupation: Shepherd
Parish Number: 49
Household Members:
Name Age
Duncan Mcdearmid 30
Nabella Mcdearmid 30
David Mcdearmid 5 Mo

Source: Ancestry 
Family F135
 
36 1843 Marriage
Name: Janet Davidson
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 17 Jun 1843
Marriage Place: Bothwell,Lanark,Scotland
Spouse: Arthur Murphy
FHL Film Number: 1042965, 0102888

Source: Ancestry 
Family F87
 
37 1850 US Census - listed as Mary F. age 2/12 months. Winegar, Mary P (I397)
 
38 1850 US Census listed as Eleanor M. Age 20.
Gravestone lists her as N.A.M. Thompson
Alternate or Nickname: Nellie Ame M Freeman. 
Freeman, Eleanor M. (I2040)
 
39 1850 US Census listed as Harriet A. age 11. Winegar, Harriet Janet (I406)
 
40 1850 US Census listed as Harriet E. age 3. Winegar, Harriet Emily (I409)
 
41 1850 US Census listed as William W. Age 6 Winegar, William Wallace (I408)
 
42 1850 US Census, listed as Mary Bickers: age 1 month
Noted in other places as born 1856. 
Bickers, Mary (I2068)
 
43 1851 Scotland Census

Name Thomas Davidson
Age 52
Estimated Birth Year abt 1799
Relationship Head
Spouse Agness Hunter
Gender Male
Where born Edinburgh, Midlothian
Parish Number 625
Civil parish Bothwell
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 9025
Town Chapelhall
County Lanarkshire
Address Stirling Road
Occupation Labourer
ED 21
Page 3
Household schedule number 9
Line 20
Roll CSSCT1851_149
Household Members
Name Age
Thomas Davidson 52
Agness Hunter 52
Agness Davidson 16
John Davidson 14

Source: Ancestry
 
Family F88
 
44 1851 Scotland Census
Ancestry.com

Name: Christina Rice
Age: 55
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1796
Relationship: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Edin, Midlothian
Parish Number: 685/2
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
Town: Canon Mills
County: Midlothian
Address: Ann Court
Occupation: Washer Woman
ED: 13B
Page: 11
Household Schedule Number: 51
Line: 6
Roll: CSSCT1851_184
Household Members:
Name Age
Christina Rice 55 b. 1796 Edin, Midlothian
George Rice 29 b. 1822 Edin, Midlothian
William Rice 20 b. 1831 Edin, Midlothian
Alexandrina Rice 10 b. 1841 Edin, Midlothian 
Family F0121
 
45 1851 Scotland Census
Ancestry.com

Name: Isabell Gibson
Age: 55
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1796
Relationship: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Kirkcaldy, fifeshire
Parish Number: 682
Civil Parish: Currie
Town: Balerno
County: Midlothian
Address: Balerno
Occupation: Moll Worker (parish Relief)
ED: 7
Page: 1 (click to see others on page)
Household Schedule Number: 8
Line: 17
Roll: CSSCT1851_176
Household Members:
Name Age
Isabell Gibson 55 b. 1796 Kirkcaldy, fifeshire
William Gibson 12 b. 1839 Currie, Midlothian
James Gibson 9 b. 1842 Currie, Midlothian
Euphemia Gibson 7 b. 1844 Currie, Midlothian
Ann Gibson 4 b. 1847 Edinburgh 
Family F0126
 
46 1851 Scotland Census
VIEW RECORD
Name Janet Levack
Age 44
Estimated Birth Year abt 1807
Relationship Wife
Spouse Benjamin Levack
Gender Female
Where born Latheron, caithness
Parish Number 38
Civil parish Latheron
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11553
County Caithness
Address Kuockintaul
ED 9
Page 34
Household schedule number 125
Line 12
Roll CSSCT1851_8
Household Members
Name Age
Benjamin Levack 45
Janet Levack 44
Alexander Levack 21
Margaret Levack 18
Eather Levack 16
Elizabeth Levack 14
Robert Levack 6

Source: Ancestry 
Family F133
 
47 1851 Scotland Census
VIEW RECORD
Name Janet Murphy
Age 29
Estimated Birth Year abt 1822
Relationship Wife
Spouse Arthur Murphy
Gender Female
Where born Newton, clackmananshire
Parish Number 625
Civil parish Bothwell
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 9025
Town Chapelhall
County Lanarkshire
Address Boness Road
Occupation Smith's Wife
ED 21
Page 20
Household schedule number 75
Line 10
Roll CSSCT1851_149
Household Members
Name Age
Arthur Murphy 29
Janet Murphy 29
John Murphy 7
Agness Murphy 5
Thomas Murphy 3
James Murphy 2 Mo 
Family F87
 
48 1851 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermid
Age 40
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse Issabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, Rosshire
Parish Number 49
Civil parish Eddrachillis
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11547
County Sutherland
Address Glencool
Occupation Shepherd
ED 1
Page 2
Household schedule number 6
Line 18
Roll CSSCT1851_12
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 6
Cathrine Macdermid 3
James Macdermid 1
John Mckay 27
Cathrine Mcdermed 69
Alexanda Kelso 20

Source: Ancestry 
Family F135
 
49 1851 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermid
Age 40
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse Issabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, Rosshire
Parish Number 49
Civil parish Eddrachillis
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11547
County Sutherland
Address Glencool
Occupation Shepherd
ED 1
Page 2
Household schedule number 6
Line 18
Roll CSSCT1851_12
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 6
Cathrine Macdermid 3
James Macdermid 1
John Mckay 27
Cathrine Mcdermed 69
Alexanda Kelso 20

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Duncan (I500)
 
50 1851 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermid
Age 40
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse Issabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, Rosshire
Parish Number 49
Civil parish Eddrachillis
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11547
County Sutherland
Address Glencool
Occupation Shepherd
ED 1
Page 2
Household schedule number 6
Line 18
Roll CSSCT1851_12
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 6
Cathrine Macdermid 3
James Macdermid 1
John Mckay 27
Cathrine Mcdermed 69
Alexanda Kelso 20

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Isabella (I503)
 
51 1851 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermid
Age 40
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse Issabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, Rosshire
Parish Number 49
Civil parish Eddrachillis
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11547
County Sutherland
Address Glencool
Occupation Shepherd
ED 1
Page 2
Household schedule number 6
Line 18
Roll CSSCT1851_12
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 6
Cathrine Macdermid 3
James Macdermid 1
John Mckay 27
Cathrine Mcdermed 69
Alexanda Kelso 20

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Catherine (I504)
 
52 1851 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermid
Age 40
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse Issabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, Rosshire
Parish Number 49
Civil parish Eddrachillis
Phillimore Ecclesiastical Parish Maps 11547
County Sutherland
Address Glencool
Occupation Shepherd
ED 1
Page 2
Household schedule number 6
Line 18
Roll CSSCT1851_12
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 40
Issabella Mcdermid 6
Cathrine Macdermid 3
James Macdermid 1
John Mckay 27
Cathrine Mcdermed 69
Alexanda Kelso 20

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, James (I232)
 
53 1860 US Census listed as Arthur A. aged 10. Given, Sheriff Arthur Milton (I218)
 
54 1860 US Census listed as Eugene Given, Age 10 months, twin of Eugena Givens. Given, Eugene (I3552)
 
55 1860 US Census listed as Maletha Aged 7 Tillery, Marletha Ann (I2212)
 
56 1860 US Census listed as Paulena, Aged 8 Given, Pauline (I219)
 
57 1860 US Census taken 2 Jun 1860, listed as 10 months old, making birth probably in August/September of 1859. Given, Eugene (I3552)
 
58 1861 English Census records at 11 years old he was employed at a Bobbin Mill. Young, Thomas (I1511)
 
59 1861 Scotland Census

Name Thomas Davidson
Age 62
Estimated Birth Year abt 1799
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Agnes Davidson
Gender Male
Where born Edinburgh, midloshire
Registration Number 625/2
Registration district Holytown
Civil parish Bothwell
County Lanarkshire
Address Carlisle Rd
Occupation Labourer At Iron Works
ED 14
Household schedule number 116
Line 24
Roll CSSCT1861_92
Household Members
Name Age
Thomas Davidson 62
Agnes Davidson 62

Source: Ancestry
 
Family F88
 
60 1861 Scotland Census
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Name: Alexander Cossar
Age: 19
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Relationship: Boarder
Gender: Male
Where born: St Cuthbert, Edinburgh
Registration Number: 685/5
Registration district: Newington
Civil parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: 11 Dalrymple Pl
Occupation: Shoemaker
ED: 33
Household schedule number: 55
Line: 24
Roll: CSSCT1861_129
Household Members:
Name Age
Margaret Falemer 32
Helen Falemer 11
Robert Falemer 7
Alexander Cossar 19
Robert Falconer 21 
Cossar, Reverend Alexander (I489)
 
61 1861 Scotland Census
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Name: Benjamin Rice
Age: 19
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Relationship: Servant
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh
Registration number: 685/2
Registration District: St Andrew
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Stephen
County: Midlothian
Address: 4 Pitt St
Occupation: Dairyman
ED: 58
Household Schedule Number: 4
Line: 17
Roll: CSSCT1861_126
Household Members:
Name Age
James Henderson 30 b. 1831 Edinburgh
Helen Henderson 27 b. 1834 Methven Parish, Perth
Isabella Henderson 3 b. 1858 Edinburgh
Andrew Henderson 2 b. 1859 Edinburgh
Helen Henderson Under 12Mo b. 1861 Edinburgh
Benjamin Rice 19 b. 1842 Edinburgh (Servant, Dairyman)
Margaret Black 19 b. 1842 Boness, Linlithgow (Servant, Dairymaid)
Margaret H Easton 15 b. 1846 Airdrie, Lanark (Servant, Dairymaid) 
Rice, Benjamin (I407)
 
62 1861 Scotland Census
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Name: Christina Rice
Age: 63
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1798
Relationship: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: St Cuthberts, edinr
Registration number: 685/1
Registration District: St George
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: Anns Court
Occupation: Laundress
ED: 78
Household Schedule Number: 40
Line: 4
Roll: CSSCT1861_125
Household Members:
Name Age
Christina Rice 63 b. 1798 St Cuthberts, edinr
Alexander Rice 2 b. 1859 St Cuthberts, edinr (Grandson) 
Family F0121
 
63 1861 Scotland Census
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Name: Euphamia Gibson
Age: 17
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1844
Relationship: Servant
Gender: Female
Where born: West Kirk, Edinburgh
Registration number: 685/4
Registration District: St Giles
Civil Parish: Edinburgh Old Greyfriars
County: Midlothian
Address: 113 Cowgate
Occupation: Dairymaid
ED: 37
Household Schedule Number: 24
Line: 10
Roll: CSSCT1861_128
Household Members:
Name Age
David Laidlaw 43 b. 1818 Westkirk, Edinburgh
Ann Laidlaw 41 b. 1820 Calder, Mid
Ann Gaffrey 19 b. 1842 Ireland (Servant, Dairymaid)
Euphamia Gibson 17 b. 1844 West Kirk, Edinburgh (Servant, Dairymaid)
Hellen Thomson 15 b. 1846 West Kirk, Edinburgh (Shop Girl)
Richard Aitken 21 b. 1840 West Kirk, Edinburgh (Carter) 
Gibson, Euphemia (I408)
 
64 1861 Scotland Census
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Name: Peter McBride
Age: 31
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830
Relationship: H Of F
Gender: Male
Where born: Kilfinan, argyleshire
Registration Number: 518
Registration district: Kilfinan
Civil parish: Kilfinan
County: Argyll
Address: Auchan Lachan
Occupation: Carter
ED: 4
Household schedule number: 82
Line: 19
Roll: CSSCT1861_70

Peter McBride 31
Margraet McBride 31
Jessie McBride 3
Mary McBride 1
Ann Gray 36 
Family F0137
 
65 1861 Scotland Census
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Name: Archibald Rice
Age: 44
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1817
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Janet W Rice
Gender: Male
Where born: St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Registration number: 685/2
Registration District: St Andrew
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: 6 Church St
Occupation: Skinner
ED: 76
Household Schedule Number: 48
Line: 13
Roll: CSSCT1861_126
Household Members:
Name Age
Archibald Rice 44 b. 1817 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Janet W Rice 43 b. 1818 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Christina Rice 21 b. 1840 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Isabella Rice 9 b. 1852 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Archibald Rice 5 b. 1856 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Henrietta Rice 4 b. 1857 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Thomas Rice 2 b. 1859 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh
Janet Rice 3Mo b. 1861 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh 
Family F0120
 
66 1861 Scotland Census
VIEW RECORD
Name Janet Murphy
Age 38
Estimated Birth Year abt 1823
Relationship Wife
Spouse's Name Arthur Murphy
Gender Female
Where born Clackmanan
Registration Number 625/2
Registration district Holytown
Civil parish Bothwell
County Lanarkshire
Address Carlisle Rd
ED 14
Household schedule number 111
Line 15
Roll CSSCT1861_92
Household Members
Name Age
Arthur Murphy 37
Janet Murphy 38
John Murphy 17
Agne Murphy 15
Thomas Murphy 12
James Murphy 10
May Murphy 6
Robert Murphy 3
David Murphy 1 
Family F87
 
67 1861 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermont
Age 50
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Isabella Mcdermont
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, rossshire
Registration Number 43/2
Registration district Wick
Civil parish Wick
County Caithness
Address West Sibster
Occupation Shepherd
ED 3
Household schedule number 20
Line 6
Roll CSSCT1861_6
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermont 50
Isabella Mcdermont 50
Margaret Mcdermont 18
Isabella Mcdermont 16
Catharine Mcdermont 13
James Mcdermont 11
Alexander Mcdermont 9
Betsy Mcdermont 8
David Colin Mcdermont 3

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Duncan (I500)
 
68 1861 Scottish Census

Name Duncan Mcdermont
Age 50
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Isabella Mcdermont
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine, rossshire
Registration Number 43/2
Registration district Wick
Civil parish Wick
County Caithness
Address West Sibster
Occupation Shepherd
ED 3
Household schedule number 20
Line 6
Roll CSSCT1861_6
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan Mcdermont 50
Isabella Mcdermont 50
Margaret Mcdermont 18
Isabella Mcdermont 16
Catharine Mcdermont 13
James Mcdermont 11
Alexander Mcdermont 9
Betsy Mcdermont 8
David Colin Mcdermont 3

Source: Ancestry 
Family F135
 
69 1861 Scottish Census record cites 31 year old Ann Gray in residence with Margaret and Peter. Possibly the sister of Margaret. Gray, Margaret Ross (I496)
 
70 1870 Census lists her born in Pennsylvania, US, 1880 Census lists her born in Washington, Columbia District, US. McKenna, Mary Catherine (I307)
 
71 1871 Census claims she is 19, making her birth year circa 1852, however 1901 Census claims her birth year to be 1858 making her approximately the same age as her brother, Louis Clement. Clement dit Lariviere, Marie Catherine (I383)
 
72 1871 Scotland Census

Name: Alexander Grant
Age: 48
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1823
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Margaret
Gender: Male
Where born: Dallas, Morayshire
Registration Number: 43/1
Registration district: Wick Landward
Civil Parish: Wick
County: Caithness
Address: Gellock Farm
Occupation: Farmer Of 180 Acres Of Which 120 Arabla Employing 5 Labouro
ED: 3
Household schedule number: 8
Line: 14
Roll: CSSCT1871_8
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexander Grant 48
Margaret Grant 37
Alexander Grant 15
Jessie Grant 14
John Grant 12
Benjamin Grant 11
Jean Grant 9
Robert Grant 7
Margaret Levack Grant 5
Elizabeth Esther Grant 4 Mo
Esther Levack 36 
Family F80
 
73 1871 Scotland Census
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Name: Alexander Cossar
Age: 29
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Delina Cossar
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh
Registration Number: 275/1
Registration district: Brechin Burgh
Civil parish: Brechin Burgh
County: Angus
Address: Park Road
Occupation: Minister Of E U Church Brechin
ED: 9
Household schedule number: 15
Line: 9
Roll: CSSCT1871_48
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexander Cossar 29
Delina Cossar 30
Elizabeth Cossar 4 
Family F0134
 
74 1871 Scotland Census
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Name: Christina Rice
Age: 73
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1798
Relationship: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Stockbridge, Edinburgh
Registration number: 685/1
Registration District: St George
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
Town: Edinburgh
County: Midlothian
Address: No 9 Anns Court
Occupation: Washerwoman
ED: 82
Household Schedule Number: 71
Line: 21
Roll: CSSCT1871_157
Household Members:
Name Age
Christina Rice 73 b. 1798 Stockbridge, Edinburgh
Archibald Rice 51 b. 1820 Camasaille, Edinburgh (Occupation: Skinner)
William Kathryan 22 b. 1849 Selkirk (Boarder) 
Family F0121
 
75 1871 Scotland Census
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Name Janet Levack
Age 58
Estimated Birth Year abt 1813
Relationship Wife
Spouse's Name Benjamin Levack
Gender Female
Where born Dunbeath, Caithness
Registration Number 38
Registration district Latheron
Civil parish Latheron
Town Forse Estate
County Caithness
Address Burrigle
ED 10
Household schedule number 5
Line 2
Roll CSSCT1871_7
Household Members
Name Age
Benjamin Levack 65
Janet Levack 58
Betsy Levack 28 
Family F133
 
76 1871 Scottish Census

Name Dunean Mcdermid
Age 60
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Isabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kineardena, rossshire
Registration Number 43/1
Registration district Wick Landward
Civil parish Wick
County Caithness
Address Sibster Burn
Occupation Shepherd
ED 3
Household schedule number 32
Line 11
Roll CSSCT1871_8
Household Members
Name Age
Dunean Mcdermid 60
Isabella Mcdermid 60
Alexander Mcdermid 19
David Colin Mcdermid 13

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Duncan (I500)
 
77 1871 Scottish Census

Name Dunean Mcdermid
Age 60
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Isabella Mcdermid
Gender Male
Where born Kineardena, rossshire
Registration Number 43/1
Registration district Wick Landward
Civil parish Wick
County Caithness
Address Sibster Burn
Occupation Shepherd
ED 3
Household schedule number 32
Line 11
Roll CSSCT1871_8
Household Members
Name Age
Dunean Mcdermid 60
Isabella Mcdermid 60
Alexander Mcdermid 19
David Colin Mcdermid 13

Source: Ancestry 
Family F135
 
78 1880 US Census claims Elizabeth Buffington was born in Indiana verses Virginia. Logan, Elizabeth (I638)
 
79 1881 Scotland Census

Name: Alexander Grant
Age: 58
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1823
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Margaret Levack
Gender: Male
Where born: Dallas, Moray Shire
Registration Number: 43
Registration district: Wick
Civil Parish: Wick
County: Caithness
Address: Gillfield Farm
Occupation: Farmer Of 260 Acres 200 Arable
ED: 11
Household schedule number: 13
Line: 17
Roll: cssct1881_11
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexander Grant 58
Margaret Levack Grant 47
Alexander Grant 25
John Grant 22
Benjamin Grant 21
Jane Grant 18
Robert Grant 17
Margaret Levack Grant 15
Elizabeth Esther Grant 10
James Grant 8
Esther Levack 46
Janet Sutherland 28  
Family F80
 
80 1881 Scotland Census
about James Baker
Name: James Baker
Age: 28
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1853
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Margaret
Gender: Male
Where born: Bothwell, Lanark
Registration Number: 652/2
Registration district: Old Monkland Middle District
Civil Parish: Old Monkland Middle District
Town: Coatbridge
County: Lanarkshire
Address: Kirkwood St
Occupation: Carting Contractor
ED: 1
Household schedule number: 74
Line: 23
Roll: cssct1881_266
Household Members:
Name Age
James Baker 28
Margaret Baker 28
Mary Mc L Baker 1
Annie Mc L Baker 2
 
Family F83
 
81 1881 Scotland Census
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Name: Alexander Cossar
Age: 39
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Delina Cossar
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Registration Number: 626B
Registration district: Calderhead
Civil parish: Cambusnethan
County: Lanarkshire
Occupation: Minister Eva Union
ED: 1
Household schedule number: 92
Line: 14
Roll: cssct1881_205
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexander Cossar 39
Delina Cossar 40
Elizabeth R Cossar 14
James Cossar 5
Elizabeth Ross 77 
Family F0134
 
82 1881 Scotland Census
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Name: Archibald Rice
Age: 60
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1821
Relationship: Brother-in-law
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Midlothian
Registration number: 685/1
Registration District: St George
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: 9 Ann'S Court
Occupation: Skinner
ED: 64
Household Schedule Number: 56
Line: 11
Roll: cssct1881_282
Household Members:
Name Age
William Currie 40 b. 1841 Edinburgh, Midlothian (Occupation: Tailor)
Alexanderina Currie 40 b. 1841 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Isabella Currie 8 b. 1873 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Archibald Rice 60 b. 1821 Edinburgh, Midlothian (Brother-in-law, Occupation: Skinner) 
Family F0122
 
83 1881 Scotland Census
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Name: Benjamin Rice
Age: 37
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1844
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Euphemia Rice
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Midlothian
Registration number: 564/2
Registration District: Greenock East
Civil Parish: Greenock East
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 6 Sinclair St.
Occupation: Skinner
ED: 19
Household Schedule Number: 71
Line: 18
Roll: cssct1881_165
Household Members:
Name Age
Benjamin Rice 37 b. 1844 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Euphemia Rice 36 b. 1845 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Janet Rice 16 b. 1865 Kinghorn, Fifeshire
Anne Rice 12 b. 1869 Kinghorn, Fifeshire
Euphemia Rice 10 b. 1871 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Mary Rice 8 b. 1873 Greenock, Renfrewshire
James Rice 6 b. 1875 Greenock, Renfrewshire
John Rice 3 b. 1878 Greenock, Renfrewshire
William Rice 3 b. 1878 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Benjamina Rice 3Mo b. 1881 Greenock, Renfrewshire 
Family F0119
 
84 1881 Scotland Census
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Name: Peter McBride
Age: 51
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Margaret McBride
Gender: Male
Where born: Kilfinnan G, Argyleshire
Registration Number: 558
Registration district: Rothesay
Civil parish: Rothesay
County: Bute
Address: 13 Stewart St
Occupation: Gen Labourer
ED: 12
Household schedule number: 46
Line: 14
Roll: cssct1881_160

Household Members:
Name Age
Peter McBride 51
Margaret McBride 49
Donald McBride 16
Peter McBride 14
Archd McBride 12 
Family F0137
 
85 1881 Scotland Census
VIEW RECORD
Name Benjamin Levack
Age 76
Estimated Birth Year abt 1805
Relationship Head
Gender Male
Where born Latheron (G), Caithnessshire
Registration Number 38
Registration district Latheron
Civil parish Latheron
County Caithness
Address Burigal
Occupation Crofter
ED 10
Household schedule number 48
Line 11
Roll cssct1881a_103235
Household Members
Name Age
Benjamin Levack 76
Janet Levack  
Family F133
 
86 1881 Scottish Census

Name Duncan McDermid
Age 70
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Isabella McDermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine G, Ross Shire
Registration Number 43
Registration district Wick
Civil parish Wick
County Caithness
Address Sibster
Occupation Shepherd
ED 11
Household schedule number 25
Line 22
Roll cssct1881_11
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan McDermid 70
Isabella McDermid 70
Kenneth McKenzie 38

Source: Ancestry 
McDiarmaid, Duncan (I500)
 
87 1881 Scottish Census

Name Duncan McDermid
Age 70
Estimated Birth Year abt 1811
Relationship Head
Spouse's Name Isabella McDermid
Gender Male
Where born Kincardine G, Ross Shire
Registration Number 43
Registration district Wick
Civil parish Wick
County Caithness
Address Sibster
Occupation Shepherd
ED 11
Household schedule number 25
Line 22
Roll cssct1881_11
Household Members
Name Age
Duncan McDermid 70
Isabella McDermid 70
Kenneth McKenzie 38

Source: Ancestry 
Family F135
 
88 1891 Scotland Census

Name Mary Davidson
Age 40
Estimated Birth Year abt 1851
Relationship Wife
Spouse's Name Thos Davidson
Gender Female
Where born Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Registration Number 652/2
Registration district Coatbridge
Civil parish Old Monkland
County Lanarkshire
Address Woodside St Gunn Place
ED 11
Household schedule number 43
Line 9
Roll CSSCT1891_318
Household Members
Name Age
Thos Davidson 42
Mary Davidson 40
James Davidson 19
Janet Davidson 12
Maggie Davidson 3

Source: Ancestry 
Family F85
 
89 1891 Scotland Census
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Name: Alexander Cossar
Age: 49
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Delina Cossar
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Mid Lothian
Registration Number: 574
Registration district: Port Glasgow
Civil parish: Port Glasgow
Town: Port Glasgow
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 10 Balfour Str
Occupation: Minister of Evangelical Union
ED: 16
Household schedule number: 69
Line: 1
Roll: CSSCT1891_194
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexander Cossar 49
Delina Cossar 49
Lizzie R Cossar 24
James Cossar 15 
Family F0134
 
90 1891 Scotland Census
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Name: Benjamin Rice
Age: 47
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1844
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Euphemia Rice
Gender: Male
Where born: St Cuthberts, Edinburghshire
Registration number: 564/1
Registration District: Greenock East
Civil Parish: Greenock East
Town: Greenock
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 6 Sinclair Street
Occupation: Skinner
ED: 47
Household Schedule Number: 27
Line: 7
Roll: CSSCT1891_180
Household Members:
Name Age
Benjamin Rice 47 b. 1844 St Cuthberts, Edinburghshire
Euphemia Rice 46 b. 1845 St Cuthberts, Edinburghshire
Euphemia Rice 20 b. 1871 Greenock, Renfrewshire
James Rice 16 b. 1875 Greenock, Renfrewshire
John Rice 13 b. 1878 Greenock, Renfrewshire
William Rice 13 b. 1878 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Isabella Rice 7 b. 1884 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Joseph Rice 2 b. 1889 Greenock, Renfrewshire
John Barr MacPherson 4 Months
b. 1891 Greenock, Renfrewshire (Grandson - Son of Euphemia Rice and Alexander McPherson) 
Family F0119
 
91 1891 Scotland Census
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Name: John Barr
Age: 28
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1863
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Janet Barr
Gender: Male
Where born: Ireland
Registration number: 574
Registration District: Port Glasgow
Civil Parish: Port Glasgow
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 8 Octavia St
Occupation: Iron Ship Caulker
ED: 18
Household Schedule Number: 3
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1891_194
Household Members:
Name Age
John Barr 28 b. 1863 Ireland
Janet Barr 26 b. 1865 Kinghorn, Fifeshire
James Barr 7 b. 1884 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Euphemia Barr 5 b. 1886 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Jessie Barr 3 b. 1888 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Benjamin Barr 2 b. 1889 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Samuel Barr 1Mo b. 1891 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire 
Family F0116
 
92 1891 Scotland Census
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Name: Peter McBride
Age: 62
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1829
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Margaret McBride
Gender: Male
Where born: Kilfinan, Argyleshire
Registration Number: 558
Registration district: Rothesay
Civil parish: Rothesay
Town: Rothesay
County: Bute
Address: 48 Ladeside St
Occupation: Sawmlle Labourer
ED: 8
Household schedule number: 52
Line: 9
Roll: CSSCT1891_175
Household Members:
Name Age
Peter McBride 62
Margaret McBride 60
Archibald McBride 22 
Family F0137
 
93 1891 Scotland Census
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Name: William Currie
Age: 51
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1840
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Alexandrina Currie
Gender: Male
Where born: Selkirk, Selkirkshire
Registration number: 685/2
Registration District: St Andrew
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: 2 Anns Court
Occupation: Tailor
ED: 61
Household Schedule Number: 31
Line: 8
Roll: CSSCT1891_342
Household Members:
Name Age
William Currie 51 b. 1840 Selkirk, Selkirkshire
Alexandrina Currie 50 b. 1841 St Cathbert, Edinburgh
Isabella Currie 17 b. 1874 St Cathbert, Edinburgh 
Family F0122
 
94 1891 Scotland Census
VIEW RECORD
Name Benjamin Levack
Age 87
Estimated Birth Year abt 1804
Relationship Head
Gender Male
Where born Latheron, Caithness
Registration Number 38
Registration district Latheron
Civil parish Latheron
County Caithness
Address Forse
Occupation Crofter
ED 10
Household schedule number 74
Line 8
Roll CSSCT1891_9
Household Members
Name Age
Benjamin Levack 87
Elizabeth Levack 56 
Family F133
 
95 1895 Kansas Census has Roy Morris at the age of 5, making his birth year 1890, however in the 1920 Federal US Census his birth year is listed as 1892.
General consensus on the records is a 26 Jul 1890 birth date, and that's what's recorded on the Social Security Death Index. 
Morris, Roy E (I268)
 
96 1901 Census claims Israel's birthday to be 14 Jun 1860, verses 5 Jun 1860 on his birth record. Clement, Israel II (I384)
 
97 1901 Scotland Census

Name Mary Davidson
Age 52
Estimated Birth Year abt 1849
Relationship Wife
Spouse's Name Thomas Davidson
Gender Female
Where born Glasgow, Lanark
Registration Number 652/2
Registration district Coatbridge
Civil parish Old Monkland
County Lanarkshire
Address 283g Bank St
ED 2
Household schedule number 54
Line 20
Roll CSSCT1901_346
Household Members
Name Age
Thomas Davidson 52
Mary Davidson 52
Janet Davidson 22
Maggie Davidson 13
Mary Cochrane 9
James Cochrane 3

Source: Ancestry 
Family F85
 
98 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: Alexander Cossar
Age: 59
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1842
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Delina Cossar
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Midlothian
Registration Number: 574
Registration district: Port Glasgow
Civil parish: Port Glasgow
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 7 Clyde St
Occupation: Minister Congregoctional Union
ED: 15
Household schedule number: 203
Line: 18
Roll: CSSCT1901_213
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexander Cossar 59
Delina Cossar 60 
Family F0134
 
99 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: Alexandrina Currie
Age: 62
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1839
Relationship: Head
Gender: Female
Where born: Edinburgh, Midlothian
Registration number: 685/2
Registration District: St Andrew
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: 45 Eyre Place
Occupation: Charwoman
ED: 83
Household Schedule Number: 6
Line: 23
Roll: CSSCT1901_375
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexandrina Currie 62 b. 1839 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Isabella Currie 28 b. 1873 Edinburgh, Midlothian (Occupation: Stationers Book Sewer) 
Family F0122
 
100 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: Donald Mcbride
Age: 38
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1863
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Lizzie Mcbride
Gender: Male
Where born: Achagork, Argyllre
Registration Number: 558
Registration district: Rothesay
Civil parish: Rothesay
Town: Rothesay
County: Bute
Address: 32 Columshill St
Occupation: Journeyman Joiner
ED: 6
Household schedule number: 54
Line: 15
Roll: CSSCT1901_187
Household Members:
Name Age
Donald Mcbride 38
Lizzie Mcbride 26
Delina Mcbride 5
Alexander Mcbride 4
Peter Mcbride 3
Maggie Mcbride 1
Donald Mcbride 3mo
Lizzie Lang 44

*Lizzie Land is listed as a border from Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. Of no proven relation at this point. 
Family F0127
 
101 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: James Ryce
Age: 26
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1875
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Janet Ryce
Gender: Male
Where born: Greenock, Renfrewshire
Registration number: 564/1
Registration District: Greenock East
Civil Parish: Greenock East
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 91 Port Glasgow Rd
Occupation: Ship Caulker
ED: 53
Household Schedule Number: 193
Line: 20
Roll: CSSCT1901_195
Household Members:
Name Age
James Ryce 26 b. 1875 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Janet Ryce 21 b. 1880 Greenock, Renfrewshire (Maiden name is Turner)
Isabella Ryce 2 b. 1899 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Euphemia Ryce 1 b. 1900 Greenock, Renfrewshire 
Family F0124
 
102 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: John Barr
Age: 3weeks
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1901
Relationship: Son
Father's Name: John Barr
Mother's Name: Janet Barr
Gender: Male
Where born: Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Registration number: 574
Registration District: Port Glasgow
Civil Parish: Port Glasgow
County: Renfrewshire
Address: Huntly Ter Chapel Lane
ED: 13
Household Schedule Number: 122
Line: 12
Roll: CSSCT1901_213
Household Members:
Name Age
John Barr 39 b. 1862 Ireland
Janet Barr 35 b. 1866 Kinghorn, fifeshire (Maiden name 'Rice')
James Barr 17 b. 1884 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Euphemia Barr 15 b. 1886 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Jessie Barr 13 b. 1888 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Benjamin Barr 11 b. 1890 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Samuel Barr 10 b. 1891 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Annie Barr 8 b. 1893 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Mary Barr 6 b. 1895 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Martha Barr 4 b. 1897 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
Isabella Barr 1 b. 1900 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
John Barr 3 b. 1901 Port Glasgow, Renfrewshire
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Euphemia Rice 55 b. 1846 Edinburgh, Midlothian (Mother-in-law) 
Family F0116
 
103 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: John Macpherson
Age: 10
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1891
Relationship: Son
Father's Name: Alexr Macpherson
Mother's Name: Euphemia Macpherson
Gender: Male
Where born: Greenock, Renfrewshire
Registration number: 573/1
Registration District: Paisley
Civil Parish: Paisley
County: Renfrewshire
Address: 76 George St
Occupation: Scholar
ED: 8
Household Schedule Number: 44
Line: 7
Roll: CSSCT1901_204
Household Members:
Name Age
Alexr Macpherson 33 b. 1868 Paisley, Renfrewshire
Euphemia Macpherson 30 b. 1871 Greenock, Renfrewshire
John Macpherson 10 b. 1891 Greenock, Renfrewshire
Benjamin Macpherson 7 b. 1894 Paisley, Renfrewshire
James Macpherson 5 b. 1896 Paisley, Renfrewshire
David Macpherson 5 b. 1896 Paisley, Renfrewshire
William Macpherson 3 b. 1898 Paisley, Renfrewshire
Janet Macpherson 1 b. 1900 Paisley, Renfrewshire 
Family F0123
 
104 1901 Scotland Census
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Name: Peter Mcbride
Age: 69
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1832
Relationship: Head
Spouse's name : Margret Mcbride
Gender: Male
Where born: Kilfinann, Argyleshire
Registration Number: 558
Registration district: Rothesay
Civil parish: Rothesay
Town: Rothesay
County: Bute
Address: 21 Russell St
Occupation: Masons Lab
ED: 11
Household schedule number: 106
Line: 4
Roll: CSSCT1901_187
Household Members:
Name Age
Peter Mcbride 69
Margret Mcbride 69 
Family F0137
 
105 1930 US Census records not that Alfred Charles Boxall became a Naturalized Citizen in 1883. Boxall, Alfred Charles (I988)
 
106 1940 US Census records claim he was born in North Carolina. McKenna, Charles Joseph II (I3042)
 
107 1940 US Census states he owns and operates a Standard Oil Service Station in Kitsap County, Washington, United States of America. O'Neill, James Lewis (I170)
 
108 1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1928
http://cotyroneireland.com
27 Jan 1898
Name: John Nickle
Full age, Bachelor
Residence: Ballee
Occupation: Labourer
Father: Robert Nickle
Occupation: Labourer
Witnesses: William John Galbraith and Bella Nickle
Bride: Annie Huston
19 yrs, Spinster
Residence: Woodend
Father: Thomas Huston
Occupation: Labourer 
Family F1036
 
109 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1851 to 1863
http://cotyroneireland.com
Birth: 18 Mar 1853
Name: Robert
Father: Andw. Nickel or Nichol
Mother: Mary Forbes
Residence: Woodend
Baptism: 1 May 1853 
Nickle, Robert (I2712)
 
110 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1851 to 1863
http://cotyroneireland.com
Birth: 4 Jan 1856
Name: Margaret
Father: Andrew Nickel
Mother: Margt. Forbes
Residence: Woodend
Baptism: 27 Apr 1856 
Nickle, Margaret Forbes (I1980)
 
111 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1864 - 1873
http://cotyroneireland.com
18 Dec 1873
Name: John
Father: Robert Nicoll [Nickle]
Mother: Catherine Kelly
Residence: Cavanalee
Baptism: 1 Feb 1874 
Nickle, John (I2715)
 
112 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1864 - 1873
http://cotyroneireland.com
5 Nov 1876
Name: Robert
Father: Robert Nicol [Nickle]
Mother: Catherine Kelly
Residence: Tullyard 
Nickle, Robert (I2716)
 
113 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1864 - 1873
http://cotyroneireland.com
7 Sep 1869
Name: Andrew
Father: Robert Nickle
Mother: Catherine Kelly
Residence: Cavanalee
Baptism: 7 Nov 1869 
Nickle, Andrew (I2714)
 
114 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1873 - 1891
http://cotyroneireland.com
Birth: 3 Jan 1879
Name: Isabella
Father: Robert Nicole
Mother: Catherine Kelly
Residence: Tullyard
Baptism: 7 Feb 1879 
Nickle, Isabella (I2719)
 
115 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1906 - 1923
http://cotyroneireland.com
Birth: 11 Nov 1917
Name: Robert
Father: James Blair
Mother: Bella Nickle
Residence: Dergalt
Baptism: 4 Dec 1917 
Blair, Robert (I2726)
 
116 1st Strabane Presbyterian Baptisms 1906 - 1923
http://cotyroneireland.com
Birth: 23 Jan 1920
Name: Catherine
Father: James Blair
Morther: Bella Nickle
Residence: Dergalt
Baptism: 11 Mar 1920 
Blair, Catherine (I2727)
 
117 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html
 
Prezeau, Michel (I556)
 
118 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html
 
Chaucy, Marie (I555)
 
119 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html
 
Gauthier dit Saguingoria, Pierre (I460)
 
120 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html 
Roussel, Charlotte (I461)
 
121 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html 
Michel, Jean (I1148)
 
122 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html 
Marchesseault, Marie (I1149)
 
123 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html 
Michel, Pierre (I1152)
 
124 4-5 Aug 1689 The Lachine Massacre
A part of the Beaver Wars, the Lachine Massacre occurred when 1500 Mohawk warriors staged a surprise attack on the 375 settlers of Lachine, New France. The basis for the attack was the discontent of indigenous peoples with the influx of French people, and was encouraged by New English settlers. Only 3 Mohawk warriors were killed, while 72 French settlers, most of them civilians, lost their lives either as a direct result of the conflict or after it, in captivity. Over 100 prisoners were taken to Iroquois villages and used as slaves, were tortured or executed. Some young children and women were adopted into Native families. Rather than attack the Mohawk, French forces that had initially been sent to defend the settlement were recalled. There were numerous skirmishes that followed but peace negotiations eventually began in early 1690.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lachine_massacre

The CBC: Lachine Massacre
http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPCONTENTSE1EP3CH1PA4LE.html 
Boutin, Albert (I1151)
 
125 851 Scotland Census
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Name: Archibald Rice
Age: 33
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1818
Relationship: Head
Spouse's Name: Janet Rice
Gender: Male
Where born: Edinburgh, Midlothian
Parish Number: 685/2
Civil Parish: Edinburgh St Cuthberts
County: Midlothian
Address: Leggetts Land (damhead)
Occupation: Skinner (journeyman)
ED: 27B
Page: 15 (click to see others on page)
Household Schedule Number: 85
Line: 11
Roll: CSSCT1851_184
Household Members:
Name Age
Archibald Rice 33 b. 1818 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Janet Rice 33 b. 1818 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Mary Ann Rice 12 b. 1839 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Christian Rice 10 b. 1841 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Benjamin Rice 9 b. 1842 Edinburgh, Midlothian
George Rice 6 b. 1845 Edinburgh, Midlothian
Agnes Rice 3 b. 1848 St Cuthberts, Midlothian
Williamina Rice 6 Mo b. 1850 St Cuthberts, Midlothian
Sophia Rice 6 Mo b. 1850 St Cuthberts, Midlothian 
Family F0120
 
126 A four sided monument, Section D 1410 AB. Walker, Mary Ann (I1815)
 
127 A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire by Henry Colburn (1860). Under 'Winchilsea'.
https://books.google.ca/books?id=GCZBAQAAMAAJ 
Family F1371
 
128 A History and Genealogy of the Warder family in Virginia, Kentucky and Illinois by Walter Warder (1934, Cairo Illinois).
https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=26160 
Family F1267
 
129 A History of Kentucky Baptists
By J. H. Spencer
Volume II, 1885
Chapter 1. Pages 207-209.

"David Miller was born in Nelson Co. Ky., July 13, 1793. His father, Jacob Miller, was a native of Pennsylvania, and, it is believed, was of German extraction. He emigrated to Kentucky, in 1785, and settled in Nelson county. All his family were Baptists, as are most of his numerous posterity. The subject of this sketch professed religion and united with Otter Creek (now Rolling Fork church, in what is now LaRue county, in 1809. He was licensed to preach, in November, 1835. He was now in his 43rd year, and the development of his gifts was so slow, that he was not ordained till August, 1838, at which time he was solemnly set apart to the full work of the ministry, by Johnson Graham, D. S. Colgan, Horatio Chandler and John Miller. He was soon called to the care of Middle Creek church, in LaRue county, and Good Hope church, in Taylor county. To the former he preached 20 years, in which time 71 converts were baptized into its fellowship; the latter he served 19 years, and baptized for its membership over 100 converts. He preached to several other churches, during briefer periods. Of him G. H. Hicks, one of his co-laborers, says: "Brother Miller possessed only ordinary talents, but was blessed with extraordinary zeal and deep-toned piety. He was generally foremost in contributions to benevolent objects. He was an indefatigable laborer in the cause of his Master. After suffering severely with dyspepsia, nearly twenty years, and from dropsy, about three years, he died of a violent attack of pneumonia, March 20, 1872. His faithful wife, with whom he had lived nearly 57 years, followed him to his final rest, the 7th of May, of the same year."
John Miller, a brother of the above, was born in the same county, Dec. 26, 1805. He received only a moderate common school education. He obtained hope in Christ during the revival of 1828, but being doubtful of the genuineness of his conversion, he did not make a public profession of religion, till the fall of 1829, when he was baptized into the fellowship of Otter Creek church, of which the family of his parents were members, by Johnson Graham. He was licensed to preach, Nov. 8, 1835. He at once commenced the exercise of his gift, and his progress was so satisfactory that he was ordained to the work of the ministry, on the 2nd of December, of the following year, Johnson Graham, Horatio Chandler and Wm. M. Brown, forming the presbytery. He was a man of fair talent, of excellent practical judgment, and of deep, earnest piety. Not far from the time of his ordination, he made the following entry in his private journal: "To Thee, O Lord, I look; for without thee, I can do nothing. Keep me humble, and make me holy, give me an understanding of thy Word. And oh, may my object be to preach Jesus, and not myself, that I may glorify thy name, and win souls to thee, the living God. These favors I ask for Jesus' sake, unto whose name be everlasting praises Amen." A delineation of his ministerial and christain character could not be better portrayed, than it is in this simple prayer. Every petition in it seems to have been literally answered.

Mr. Miller was, at different periods, pastor of the churches at Hardins Creek, in Washington county; Stewarts Creek, in Marion; Middle Creek, Rolling Fork and Hodgenville, in LaRue; Brush Creek, in Green; Friendship, in Taylor, and Union Band, in Nelson. He was instrumental in raising up Middle Creek and Union Band, and was a member of the latter, at the time of his death. He was a humble, pious christian, a good strong, plain preacher, a wise counselor, and an excellent disciplinarian; and doubtless, would have exerted a much more extended influence, but for the fact of his becoming a confirmed dyspeptic, in the early part of his ministry. He frequently resigned the pastoral office, on account of ill health; but would resume that relation, as soon as his health was sufficiently improved. This will account for his having been pastor of so many churches. But with all his afflictions, during a period of about 20 years, God wrought a good work by him. He baptized over 350 converts.

When his health became so feeble that he could no longer labor in the Lord's vineyard, he greatly desired "to depart and be with Christ," and often prayed the Lord to take him home. The good Master, at last, granted his petition. On the 15th of July, 1864, his chastened spirit left the worn out tenement of clay, and went joyfully to the presence of God who gave it. Of his sons J. Tol. Miller is an acceptable preacher in Texas, and Russ Miller is a licensed preacher, in Hardin county.

Resources:

Baptist History Homepage
http://baptisthistoryhomepage.com/index.html 
Family F439
 
130 A Private Baptism was conducted. McKenna, Francis Joseph (I73)
 
131 A second marriage record on 13 Oct 1891 at Saint Mark's Presbyterian Church notes that Catherine Leonard and Charles Edward Walker were married in his faith as well. Family F1047
 
132 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots
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Name: Jacob Sr Miller
Cemetery: Fam graveyard
Location: Donegal Twp, Washington Co PA 72 
Miller, Jacob I (I1500)
 
133 Abstracts of the Wills and Inventories of Bath County, Virginia 1791-1842 by Jean Randolph Burns. Published by Clearfield Company Inc 1995-2005. Genealogical Publishing Com, 2009.
https://books.google.ca/books?id=ui5R5LFHuWgC 
Family F794
 
134 According to Canadian Census records his year of birth is between 1819-1826. Mullin, Thomas (I186)
 
135 According to Canadian Census records, Margaret's birth year was in the range of 1821-1829. O'Neill, Margaret (I26)
 
136 According to his gravestone inscription, Albert died while on duty as American Consul in Bermuda. Swalm, Albert Winfield (I222)
 
137 According to Jane's grave stone, she lived to the amazing age of 116 years. Goodbread, Jane (I3215)
 
138 According to Kieffer family research, John Jacob Kieffer and his wife, Eva Fritz Kieffer were buried on the family homestead in Wayne, Ohio, United States of America. Kieffer, John Jacob (I259)
 
139 According to Kieffer family research, John Jacob Kieffer and his wife, Eva Fritz Kieffer were buried on the family homestead in Wayne, Ohio, United States of America. Fritz, Eva Margaret (I896)
 
140 According to May Hitchcock's letter (Copied by Ray Pleau), Alfred was killed while trying to jump trains in the CN rail yard. His Death Certificate claims he was thrown from a train and died of a fractured skull. His burial was handled by the Cote St. Paul Anglican Church. Hitchcock, James Frederick Bertie (I2041)
 
141 According to Obituary the son of Angus Campbell died on 1 Oct 1915 at the age of 8 months old. The Obituary was published in the Porcupine Advance, 8 Oct 1915.

According to research completed by Lynn in Timmins, the burial plot next to Angus and Josephine reads as follows:

A la memoire de
Eugene Camuel
Decede le 1er Oct 1915
Age 7 mois et 15 jours

Translated:
In the memory of
Eugene Camuel
Died the 1st of Oct 1915
Age 7 months and 15 days 
Campbell, Eugene Joseph Gerald (I570)
 
142 According to Tanguay's Dictionary for French Canadian Families, Jean Baptiste Halay was found dead in the woods. Supposition: Suspicious circumstances. Halay, Jean Baptiste (I696)
 
143 According to the US Census records, the couple ran Boarding Houses in Michigan and Wisconsin. Family F559
 
144 Adopted Daughter of Lottie Morris and Ernest Alonzo Kizziar. As verified by the 1930 US Census. Kizziar, Iris Elizabeth (I291)
 
145 Adult Baptism record for Mary Ann Armstrong, wife of Arthur O'Neill. Confirming her age as 41 in 1902, and her conversion to the Catholic faith. Armstrong, Mary Ann (I1352)
 
146 After his parents deaths in the 1820s William moved to Oregon by way of Missouri with his sisters who had all married and his Uncle, Henry Newby along the trail made famous by Jesse Applegate. William kept a written account of his life from 1843-1864, the papers which now are held at the University of Oregon are called 'The William T. Newby Papers' and are kept in the Special Collections and University Archives Repository.

William founded McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon in the United States of America and based it's name on McMinnville, Warren County, Kentucky where he was born.

http://nwda-db.wsulibs.wsu.edu/findaid/ark:/80444/xv26683 
Newby, William Thompson (I2417)
 
147 After the death of their daughter Marguerite Dean Mundell, Addie (Alice Adeline) Berry and William Stanton Mundell raised their grandchildren Wanda, Stanton, Melvin, Ollie and Stanley in Newcastle, Oklahoma, United States of America. Berry, Alice Adeline (I61)
 
148 Age Variation: Her death record notes her as 103 years of age upon her death, however we believe she was more likely about 96 years of age. Seymour, Jane (I137)
 
149 Age variations noted, however in the 1850 Canadian Census he is noted as 2 years of age, making his year of birth most likely 1850. Canuel, Pierre (I598)
 
150 Alberta Culture and Tourism Biography:
http://www.history.alberta.ca/EnergyHeritage/oil/the-waterton-and-the-turner-valley-eras-1890s-1946/waterton-1900-1910s/john-george-kootenai-brown.aspx#page-1 
Brown, John George (I1308)
 
151 Alberta, Canada, Deaths Index, 1870-1966
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Name: Albert Walton
Gender: Male
Death Date: 5 May 1956
Death Place: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Registration Number: 003-498 
Walton, Albert (I3553)
 
152 Alberta, Canada, Deaths Index, 1870-1966
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Name: Reinhold Stubel
Death Date: 16 Jan 1938
Death Place: Roservear, Alberta, Canada
Registration Number: 401-066 
Stubel, Reinhold (I4)
 
153 Alberta, Canada, Homestead Records, 1870-1930
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Name: Charles Edward Youngs
Gender: Male
Age: 33
Birth Year: abt 1875
Birth Country: Canada
Application Date: 28 May 1908
Homestead Place: Alberta, Canada
Residence Year: 1908
Residence Place: Didsbury, Alberta, Canada
File Number: 1373110
Coordinates: SW
Section: 16
Township: 30
Range: 5
Meridian: 5 
Youngs, Charles Edward (I10)
 
154 Alberta, Canada, Homestead Records, 1870-1930
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Name: Leo Brown
Gender: Male
Birth Country: Canada
Application Date: 14 Nov 1910
Homestead Place: Alberta, Canada
Residence Year: 1910
Residence Place: St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
File Number: 2291528
Coordinates: SE
Section: 14
Township: 67
Range: 22
Meridian: 4 
Brown, Leon (I1314)
 
155 Alberta, Canada, Marriages Index,1898-1942
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Name: Ross J. Youngs
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1938
Marriage Place: Garfield, Alberta, Canada
Spouse: Hazel M. Ray
Registration Number: 1406 
Family F8
 
156 Alberta, Canada, Marriages Index,1898-1942
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Name: Silas H. Lepard
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1938
Marriage Place: Didsbury, Alberta, Canada
Spouse: Dorothy M. Young
Registration Number: 2794 
Family F3
 
157 Alberta, Canada, Marriages Index,1898-1942
Name: Joseph D Beaudry
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1921
Marriage Place: Grouard, Alberta, Canada
Spouse: Justine Bellerose
Registration Number: 21 
Family F595
 
158 Alberta, Canada, Marriages Index,1898-1942
Name: Justine Bellerose
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 1899
Marriage Place: St Albert, Alberta, Canada
Spouse: Leo Brown
Registration Number: 5 
Family F594
 
159 Alexander Henry's Final Will and Testament notes his sons, John, James, Alexander and William - All under age, as well as an unborn son and his wife, Elizabeth. Family F613
 
160 Alexander Rutherford Walker was buried in a non-Cemetery Burial. According to information contributed by FindAGrave sources, he was buried along Jump Mountain Road north of Rockbridge Baths, Virginia. Likely there was a family cemetery in the area, because the road intersects with Walker Creek & Walkers Creek Road. GPS: 37.9466574, -79.3859764. Walker, Alexander Rutherford (I2597)
 
161 Alexis Henry (b.c. 1812) son of William Henry and Agathe Letendre, married Marie Daunais dite Lyonnaise, the daughter of François Lyonnaise dit Delauney and Louise Sauteuse on November 26, 1833 at St. Boniface.
Genealogy compiled by Lawrence Barkwell, Coordinator of the Métis Heritage and History Research Louis Riel Institute.
http://www.metismuseum.ca/
http://www.louisrielinstitute.com/ 
Family F635
 
162 Alias: Anthony E Icnnacone. Neal, Edmond Anthony (I3006)
 
163 Alias: Guy Furry Farley, Guy Lawrence (I2820)
 
164 All records suggest he was born between 1818-1824 without conclusive proof for his actual date of birth. We are using the date suggested on his gravestone. Walker, Arthur John (I1798)
 
165 All records suggest she was born between 1819-1826 without conclusive proof for her actual date of birth. We are using the date suggested on her gravestone. Scott, Mary Wolfenden (I1799)
 
166 Allan arrived in Alberta around 1906. Allan's family had a draying business in Scotland, but after his father died, Allan's mother and the rest of the Baker family immigrated to Alberta. Allan first lived with this sister Mary and her husband John Bird, and then took up a homestead S.W. of the Birds. Allan's mother and his siblings, Donald, Hugh, Marion, and Alex Baker went to Edmonton. Annie (Mrs. Clydesdale) went to Calgary, as did Jim and his family.
Tragedy struck in August 1914. Mary and her three boys, along with Mary's mother, her brothers Donald and Allan, and cousin Peggy Clydesdale (9 years) had gone for a Sunday afternoon visit by the river. They were wading in the river when Peggy went in too far, stepped in a hole, panicked, and went downstream. Allan and Donald, neither of whom could swim, went in after her. None came up. The boys ran for their dad John, who was a good swimmer, and he and some neighbours eventually found them in 15 feet of water and recovered the bodies.
(From Candlelight Years; A History of Innisfail Districts & Pioneers)  
Baker, Allan McLean (I284)
 
167 Allie was listed as Blind on the 1850 US Census. Thompson, Alice (I2019)
 
168 Allred's of Eccles, Lancashire, England, 1500's to 1700 from the Brough Family Organization.
http://www.broughfamily.org/families/allreds_of_eccles_1500s_to_1700/ 
Alred, William (I3712)
 
169 Allred's of Eccles, Lancashire, England, 1500's to 1700 from the Brough Family Organization.
http://www.broughfamily.org/families/allreds_of_eccles_1500s_to_1700/ 
Family F1301
 
170 Also known as 'Captain John Berry' although title of Lieutenant Colonel and Sheriff apply. Berry, John (I2545)
 
171 Alternate Birth Date: 16 Jul 1911 as suggested by FindAGrave.com entry. Haywood, William Vivian (I1690)
 
172 Alternate Birth Date: 23 May 1913 suggested by FindAGrave.com mention. Haywood, Reginald Ernest (I1691)
 
173 Alternate date of birth: Mar 1844 McKenna, Michael Joseph (I49)
 
174 Alternate date of Birth: The 1901 Canadian Census notes her date of birth as 17 Sep 1877. Cox, Alice Maria (I1962)
 
175 Alternate Name - William A. Roy Lequyer (William A. R. Lequyer) on his birth registration. Lequyere, Roy William A (I879)
 
176 Alternate name spelling: Maria Murphy, Mariah (I884)
 
177 Alternate Name: William Henry See See, William Henderson (I22)
 
178 Alternate Spelling: First Name is sometimes given as Jean Baptiste. Doney, John William (I1453)
 
179 Alternate Spelling: Amy See See, Sarah Amey (I17)
 
180 Alternate Spelling: Sarah Amy Pretty Pretty, Sarah Amey (I15)
 
181 Alternate Spelling: Surname also spelled 'Choep'. Czop, Julia (I360)
 
182 ALTERNATE SURNAME: McGowan: It appears, based on original Canada Census' of 1861, that the original surname of the family was McGowan. Magown, Samuel (I2913)
 
183 Although Margaret and Thomas have no proven children of their own, in the 1861 Census they are guardians to E. O'Neill who is 16, born in 1845 and Henry O'Neill who is 7, born in 1854. A second census in 1871 states that Henry O'Neill is only 10, being born in 1861 in Quebec.

In 1861 there is a nearly illegible listing of 6 other individuals living within the Mullin household. The final two people appear to carry the 'McKenna' surname, possibly relatives of Margaret's sister Bridget O'Neill McKenna.

In 1871 a widowed woman named Amelia Martin of unknown relation, and her children Thomas, John, Margaret and Mary are in residence with the Mullin family.

It seems impossible that Thomas isn't related to the family of Hannah Campbell and Neil Peter Mullin, who's son Patrick married Margaret's sister, Alice O'Neill, but so far we haven't proven their connection. 
Family F56
 
184 Although traditional French Canadian research suggests that Francoise was born in Aunis, La Rochelle, Charente Maritime, Poitou Charentes, France, it is also noted that she is one of the women with unsubstantiated claims to French origin. It is possible that Francoise was Native and raised by the French as a potential wife for a citizen of New France. Chauveau dit Tourault, Francoise (I514)
 
185 Although traditional French Canadian research suggests that Jeanne was born in Gallardon, Chartres, Eure et Loir, Centre, France, it is also noted that she is one of the women with unsubstantiated claims to French origin. It is possible that Jeanne was Native and raised by the French as a potential wife for a citizen of New France. Roussy, Jeanne (I1143)
 
186 Alvin C Morris is listed as; "addition; 3rd, section;A, lot; 26, space; E". Upon further investigation thanks to FindAGrave.com and Randy Gies, we've discovered there is no headstone for Alvin Morris, and only Glenn Morris (Son of Louisa Hume and Alvin Morris) and Roger Morris (Young son of Ida and William A Morris) had stones. Morris, Alvin Carrie (I266)
 
187 American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI)
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Name: Whaling Newby
Birthplace: Virginia,
Volume: 124
Page Number: 206
Biographical Info: patroler
Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors and marines, 1775-1783. Ed. By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):582

 
Newby, Whaley (I2419)
 
188 Amy's Family History: Rebecca Briggs Cornell - 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks - Week 4, "Closest to Your Birthday".
https://shaketree.blogspot.com/2015/01/ 
Family F858
 
189 An additional Catholic Marriage record was found for Susannah Quick and Vincent Carrico on 28 Nov 1811 from Florissant, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of America. Family F1280
 
190 An American Family History: William and Elizabeth Jones
https://www.anamericanfamilyhistory.com/Jones%20Family/JonesWilliam1645.html 
Family F1295
 
191 Ancestors of Miriam E. Smith & Allied Families by Mariam Smith (2016)
https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gelf2&id=I617861 
Family F1046
 
192 Ancestry of John Barber White and his descendants, by Almira Larkin White 1913. Pages 293-301.
https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=26326 
Family F804
 
193 Ancestry.com Social Security Death Index

Name: Alvin L. Morris
SSN: 570-38-1236
Last Residence: 80302 Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, United States of America
Born: 7 Jun 1920
Died: 18 Jul 1996
State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951) 
Morris, Alvin L (I276)
 
194 Ancestry.com Social Security Death Index

Name: Glenn A. Morris
SSN: 524-34-8256
Last Residence: 81301 Durango, La Plata, Colorado, United States of America
Born: 17 Jun 1922
Died: Jan 1996
State (Year) SSN issued: Colorado (Before 1951) 
Morris, Glenn Arthur (I277)
 
195 Ancestry.com Social Security Death Index

Name: Iris K. Metcalf
SSN: 447-01-5691
Last Residence: 73114 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, United States of America
Born: 27 Apr 1919
Last Benefit: 73550 Hollis, Harmon, Oklahoma, United States of America
Died: 26 Sep 1996
State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951) 
Kizziar, Iris Elizabeth (I291)
 
196 Ancestry.com Social Security Death Index
Name: Roy Morris
SSN: 522-12-8005
Last Residence: 81413 Cedaredge, Delta, Colorado, United States of America
Born: 26 Jul 1890
Died: Jun 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: Colorado (Before 1951) 
Morris, Roy E (I268)
 
197 Anna Margaretha died enroute from Germany to the United States of America, her body was buried at Sea in the Atlantic Ocean. Mueller, Anna Margaretha (I211)
 
198 Anna's FindAGrave Memorial notes: "Moved to Shefford, Quebec after her husband John was murdered in 1799."
John's FindAGrave Momorial notes: "Murdered for being a Loyalist, yet holding property in the US.

From John Doty's books: "Caldwell's Manor, the death of John Griggs below the line, buried February 9, 1799 by me... John Doty, Minister."

Additional information on the event of John Grigg's murder:
https://www.ancestry.com/boards/surnames.griggs/411.412/mb.ashx 
Schouten, Anna (I2986)
 
199 Annals of Bath County, Virginia by Morton. Published by Clearfield Company Inc 1995-2005. Genealogical Publishing Com, 2009.
https://books.google.ca/books?id=dxR9s9By610C 
Family F794
 
200 Anne Girard was the daughter of Marie Halay and Joachim Girard. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I694&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Girard, Anne (I927)
 
201 Anne Girard was the daughter of Marie Halay and Joachim Girard. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I694&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Family F249
 
202 Annie Stone was told she was an Orphan. She traveled from England as a British Home Child, part of the 'Our Western Home' Project though the British organization the 'Church of England Waifs and Strays'. She traveled aboard the 'S.S. Tunisian' in 1901 and arrived 21 Mar 1901. She sailed out of Liverpool and arrived in Portland listed as 'Waifs and Strays. Going to Niagara on the Lake Canada'. Her original trunk, still in the possession of her descendants, confirms both her shipping arrival and the printed location of Maria Rye's address. Stone, Annie Margaret (I116)
 
203 Antonie Clement dit Lariviere was the son of Marie Catherine Prezot dit Chambly and Pierre Clement dit Lariviere. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I374&tree=EngPage Family F202
 
204 Antonie Clement dit Lariviere was the son of Marie Catherine Prezot dit Chambly and Pierre Clement dit Lariviere. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I553&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Family F145
 
205 Archibald shares a residence with his mother, Christina Rice in 1871. We suggest Janet, his wife passed away some time after 1861.
In 1881 Archibald is listed with his sister, Alexandrina Currie and her family. We have no record of him after this Census. 
Rice, Archibald (I418)
 
206 Archives of Canada listing for files:

Overpayment to Packer, John George Brown in August at Fort Macleod. 1890. File.
RG18-A-1. Volume/box number: 45. File number: 893-90.
Textual material. [Access: Open]. Government.
Finding aid number: 18-1
Brown John George-Fort Macleod. Fort Macleod-Brown John George.

Grantee - Brown, John George - Scout - No. 1 Troop Rocky Mountain Rangers. 1885-12-09. File.
RG15-D-II-9-d. Volume/box number: 1631. File number: 02518.
Textual material. [Access: Open]. Government.
Finding aid number: 15-33

Journal of John George "Kootenai" Brown. 1904-1906. File (Accession level).
RG84. Volume/box number: 2437. File number: 1904-5-6. BAN: 1996-97/826.
Textual material. [Access: Restricted by law]. Government.
Finding aid number: 84-27

Journal of John George "Kootenai" Brown. 1906-1908. File (Accession level).
RG84. Volume/box number: 2437. File number: 1906-7-8. BAN: 1996-97/826.
Textual material. [Access: Restricted by law]. Government.
Finding aid number: 84-27

Journal of John George "Kootenai" Brown. 1908-1910. File (Accession level).
RG84. Volume/box number: 2437. File number: 1908-9-10. BAN: 1996-97/826.
Textual material. [Access: Restricted by law]. Government.
Finding aid number: 84-27

Journal of John George "Kootenai" Brown. 1910-1912. File (Accession level).
RG84. Volume/box number: 2437. File number: 1910-11-12. BAN: 1996-97/826.
Textual material. [Access: Restricted by law]. Government.
Finding aid number: 84-27

Journal of John George "Kootenai" Brown. 1912-1914. File (Accession level).
RG84. Volume/box number: 2437. File number: 1912-1-2. BAN: 1996-97/826.
Textual material. [Access: Restricted by law]. Government.
Finding aid number: 84-27

Collection Canada. Bibliothèque du Parlement [document iconographique] [s.d.]. Accession.
Accession number: 1951-333 NPC.
Photographs, Textual material. [Access: Open]. Government.
John George Brown. Aucune Ont. K1A 0A9 1 photographie n.&b. Brown, John George. Canada. Bibliothèque du Parlement.

Canada. Library of Parliament Collection [graphic material] [n.d.]. Accession.
Accession number: 1951-333 NPC.
Photographs, Textual material. [Access: Open]. Government.
John George Brown. Nil Copyright Ottawa, Ont. K1A 0A9 1 photograph b&w. Brown, John George. Canada. Library of Parliament.  
Brown, John George (I1308)
 
207 Arkansas Marriages, 1779-1992
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Name: Malinda Forrester
Marriage Date: 8 Jul 1881
Spouse: J. A. Lee
County: Sebastian
State: Arkansas 
Family F253
 
208 Arkansas, County Marriages Index, 1837-1957
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Name: Maynard Durnell
Gender: Male
Age: 20
Birth Year: abt 1914
Residence: Springfield, Greene, Missouri
Spouse's Name: Olivea Bussard
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Age: 20
Spouse's Residence: Springfield, Greene, Missouri
Marriage Date: 16 Mar 1934
Marriage License Date: 16 Mar 1934
Marriage County: Newton
Event Type: Marriage
FHL Film Number: 2020695 
Family F487
 
209 Arnprior students to visit grave sites of local soldiers in France by John Carter. 4 Mar 2013
https://www.insideottawavalley.com/community-story/3802687-arnprior-students-to-visit-grave-sites-of-local-soldiers-in-france/ 
Family F1324
 
210 Arrival: Arrived in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States of America aboard the 'Hector' on 26 Jun 1637. Family F1257
 
211 Arrival: Hugh arrived in Canada aboard the Grampian on 5 Jun 1911. Baker, Hugh McLean (I288)
 
212 Arrived in the United States of America in 1868 according to family notes. Shipping Confirmed - Nationaal Archief, Staat van landverhuizers in 1868 Groningen. Bus, Henderikus (I117)
 
213 Arthur Ernest Hedgecoe Jr. noted that Uncle Fred might have been developmentally delayed or suffered an undiagnosed medical condition. Hitchcock, James Frederick Bertie (I2041)
 
214 As noted on Wikipedia, Sir John Arundell died on 8 February 1545, and although it might be presumed from the presence of his brass that he was buried at St Columb Major, he was in fact buried in the church of St Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street, in the City of London, as was evidenced by the inscription in that church, transcribed in 1631 by the antiquarian John Weever (1576?1632). Arundell, Sir John (I2758)
 
215 At Bent's Fort, during the years 1845-1848, if not before, Marcellin had a second Indian wife known as Big Pawnee Woman, by whom he had two children.'
'Big Pawnee Woman went to Pueblo with her two children, and no more is known of her or the children.'
'French Fur Traders and Voyageurs in the American West', Written by Harvey L Carter of Colorado, Edited by LeRoy R. Hafen, published by the University of Nebraska Press. 
Family F303
 
216 Australia, Birth Index, 1788-1922
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Name: Maud Eveline Stanley
Birth Date: 28 Feb 1882
Birth Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1882
Registration Place: Queensland, Australia
Father: William Stanley
Mother: Mary Ann Woods
Page Number: 14111
Registration Number: 000619 
Stanley, Maude Eveline (I2838)
 
217 Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985
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Name: Elizabeth Blair
Death Date: 1929
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's name: Edward
Registration Year: 1929
Registration Place: Auburn, New South Wales
Registration Number: 12017 
Edwards, Elizabeth (I2407)
 
218 Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985
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Name: Elizabeth J Tailor
Death Date: 1860
Death Place: New South Wales
Father's name: John
Mother's name: Sarah
Registration Year: 1860
Registration Place: Shoalhaven, New South Wales
Registration Number: 5932 
Tailor, Elizabeth J (I2734)
 
219 Author and cousin Christopher Wright has confirmed our long held belief that Herbert Bentley was adopted by Mary Ann Calvert and Matthew Bentley, and that his Birth Mother was their eldest daughter, Margaret Ann Bentley. There is no mention of who his father was. Later records of Herbert's children in residence with Margaret Bentley Harling as their grandmother suggest that everyone was aware of the nature of their relationship. Bentley, Herbert (I1536)
 
220 Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759 by Robert W. Barnes. Published by Clearfield, 1989. Notes his research is directly contributed by Mrs. Richard Turley. Family F1187
 
221 Baptism performed by the Taylor Presbyterian Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Nickle, Gunner Nelson Andrew Reed (I1935)
 
222 Baptism rite took place at Saint George de Noyan Parish, Henryville, Le Haut-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada. Roy, Guillaume Charles (I986)
 
223 Baptism:
Mittelbrun Lutheran Kirchenbuch, Evangelisch, Mittelbrunn, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany, "Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America , Vo. II: The Western Palatinate," by Annette Kunselman Burgert, PA German Society, Birdsboro,1985, page 215. Original printed date was 1834, however we posted the 1835 date recorded on the Keffer Memorial at Zion Lutheran Church in Maple, Vaughan, York, Ontario, Canada. 
Keffer, Johann Jacob (I266)
 
224 Baptism: Mittelbrun Lutheran Kirchenbuch, Evangelisch, Mittelbrunn, Pfalz, Bayern, Germany, "Eighteenth Century Emigrants from German-Speaking Lands to North America , Vo. II: The Western Palatinate," by Annette Kunselman Burgert, PA German Society, Birdsboro,1985, page 215. Keffer, Georg Adam (I374)
 
225 Baptismal Record notes that his Father, Police Constable James Nice was deceased. Nice, Henry (I220)
 
226 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1699-1750 include Robert, son of George Bentley of Coldstones Fold.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Robert (I1748)
 
227 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1699-1750 include Sarah, daughter of Charles Bentley of Greenhow Hill.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Sarah (I1747)
 
228 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1800 include Elizabeth known as Betty, daughter of Chambers Bentley of Hardcastle.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Elizabeth (I1752)
 
229 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1800 include Francis, son of Chambers Bentley of Coldstones Fold.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Francis (I1711)
 
230 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1800 include John, son of Chambers Bentley of Bale Blank.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, John (I1751)
 
231 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1800 include Stephen, son of Chambers Bentley of Coldstones Fold.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Stephen (I1749)
 
232 Baptismal records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1800 include William, son of Chambers Bentley of Coldstones Fold.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, William (I1750)
 
233 Baptismal rites performed by New Connection Methodist Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Popplewell, John James (I1841)
 
234 Baptismal rites were performed at the Montreal Methodist Church on Montagne Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Walker, Arthur George (I1820)
 
235 Baptized at a Methodist Church on Montagne Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dallas, Henry Alexander (I1787)
 
236 Baptized at Saint Bartholomen Episcopal Reformed Church, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Walker, Jennie Louise (I1796)
 
237 Baptized in Saint Joseph's Methodist Church, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dallas, Sydney Alfred (I1785)
 
238 Baptized in the Methodist Church in Cowansville, Brome-Missisquoi, Monteregie, Quebec, Canada. The original building was sold in 1956 and the parish as since ceased to exist. Howard, Andrew Herbert (I1486)
 
239 Baptized in the Methodist Church in Cowansville, Brome-Missisquoi, Monteregie, Quebec, Canada. The original building was sold in 1956 and the parish as since ceased to exist. Howard, Percy Ernest (I1578)
 
240 Baptized in the Methodist Church in Cowansville, Brome-Missisquoi, Monteregie, Quebec, Canada. The original building was sold in 1956 and the parish as since ceased to exist. Howard, Bernard William (I1579)
 
241 Barbe Delphine Cloutier was the daughter of Madeleine Aymard and Zacharie Pierre Cloutier. Alternate Family Tree Link: http://skeletongen.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I728&tree=HedgecoeMcKenna Cloutier, Barbe Delphine (I1023)
 
242 Barry Families Of Ireland, 2007:
https://www.billbarry.org/
https://www.billbarry.org/dna/Raw_Data.html 
Family F794
 
243 Battle of Seven Oaks Myths by Lawrence Barkwell, Coordinator of the Métis Heritage and History Research Louis Riel Institute also confirms the death.
https://www.scribd.com/document/238523382/Battle-of-Seven-Oaks-Myths 
Family F611
 
244 Benjamin lists his place of birth in South Carolina, Tennessee, and has various listings from family as being born in Texas. His date of birth is quoted between 1828-1830, but his grave stone states 1828. Lee, Private Benjamin Franklin (I768)
 
245 Bio by: Connie Nisinger (FindAGrave.com Member ID 74)

Born in Maryland, Sappington served with General George Washington at Valley Forge. He later settled near Lexington, Kentucky with Danial Boone. He purchased a Spanish land grant & raised 17 children on the 1,920 Missouri acres. This cemetery was originally known as Long Cemetery. Judge John Long, a soldier in the Revolutionary War, is also buried here. His son married one of the 17 children of John Sappington. 
Sappington, John (I1260)
 
246 Biographical Life Account

14 Oct 1815
Marcellin was the youngest child born to Marie Falicite Dubreuil and Jacques Marcellin Ceran de Hault de Lassus de St Vrain in Spanish Lake, Missouri. His father lived only 3 years after his birth.

1830 - 1835
Marcellin graduated from the University of St. Louis. After he had completed his schooling, he traveled to Saint Bent's Fort where he learned how to trap, trade and how to be a wagon master.

1836-1845
Marcellin was given the position of opening and operating Fort St. Vrain, located in the territory of the Arapaho Natives.

In an article written by Author and Historian Diane Goode Benedict, Reverend Goode confirmed that Marcellin St. Vrain was living at the old Fort with two Native American women.

'Later that year, the Rev. W.H. Goode (no relation) reported that "a white man with two squaws and a lot of papooses" was living in old Ft. St. Vrain. Marcellin St. Vrain had married a young Indian girl to solidify his relationship with local tribes and continued to live in the old fort.'

1840
Marcellin married Royal (Various names have been suggested for the woman who was commonly known as 'Rel' and 'Red', including Royal, Red Cloud, Cedar and Spotted Fawn. She is suggested to be Sioux Native America, to be the sister to Chief Red Cloud of the Oglala Sioux and Aunt to Crazy Horse although there is no validation of these relations). Royal was possibly a twin, both sisters having been purchased, as was their custom, by the exchange of horses between her kin and Marcellin. Most probably this marriage occurred to strengthen relations with the people Marcellin traded with.
Unproven family lore suggests that Royal was Marcellin's favourite wife, and that her twin killed herself in jealousy by hanging herself from a cottonwood tree outside the Fort.

Charles St. Vrain (Son of Rel and Marcellin St. Vrain) confirms that he left Bents Fort on the occasion of a native woman hanging herself from the cottonwood trees, however he does not confirm this woman was his Aunt, nor his Father's second wife in his account.

1845-1848
Marcellin returned Bent's Fort after the closing of St. Vrain's Fort once the other local Forts had all closed down. it is unclear if he returned for seasonal stays until the Fort fell into disrepair. He continued to trade and act as a hunter and guide for troops mostly out of Bent's Fort.

Marcellin had another wife during this time who is commonly referred to in historical accounts as 'Big' or 'Tall Pawnee Woman', this is most likely an English translation of her Pawnee name. Together they had two unknown children. Tall Pawnee Woman went to Pueblo at some point during this time. There is no further information on these St. Vrain descendants.

Another account of the abandonment of Fort St. Vrain is completely unsubstantiated, however it was written by Marshall Cook in a manuscript that was donated to the State Historical Society of Colorado in 1932 by Cook's descendant, Mrs. Clingenpeel. The tale was related by Chief Friday of the Arapaho people, who would annually paint himself black at the site of Fort St. Vrain and wail in mourning.

It was Chief Friday's account that the St. Vrain (Marcellin) had originally had a woman and child or children within the Fort during it's prime, and that the Arapaho people discovered that this woman was an enemy of theirs. While the St. Vrain was trading and away from the Fort, a war party entered the Fort and slayed the woman and child. The Arapaho considered justice served, with no thought to their actions being an aggression against the St. Vrain.
Upon the St. Vrain's return he discovered his dead family, and plotted his revenge.

In a mass invitation, the St. Vrain brought all Natives into the Fort for a feast. Upon the people's arrival, he lit pre-oiled fires and with the strength of 75 men, shot dead or burned all who were involved in the deaths of his family, and all of their families.

The bodies were put in the well, burned or buried, and that night Fort St. Vrain was abandoned. When the few who had escaped returned to the Fort for revenge they found it abandoned. Chief Friday's family was among the dead, and he removed their remains to another burial location.

No archaeological evidence of a well, fire or this massacre has been uncovered to this date.

1 Mar 1848
William Bent and Alexander Barclay took Marcellin St. Vrain from St. Vrain's Fort to Missouri, as is independently confirmed in the journal of Alexander Barclay. Two accounts suggest why Marcellin left the Fort.

The first by Alexander Barclay was that Marcellin was apparently ill, and traveled in a closed carriage (Referred to as a Dearborn) for the trip. It is unclean if Marcellin suffered from some sort of mental or physical distress or the nature of his illness.
The second account by Paul Augustus St. Vrain, son of Marcellin that wash published posthumously, that suggests he left the Fort after a wrestling altercation in which a Native American man was killed.

26 Jun 1849
In Missouri Marcellin marries Elizabeth Jane Murphy. They have 10 surviving children, including twins Elizabeth and James born after Marcellin's own death in 1871.

Between 1849 and 1853 according to various sources all attributed to Charles St. Vrain, Marcellin traveled to Mora, New Mexico where Royal or Red was with sons Felix and Charles. He brought both boys to live and be educated in Missouri. Charles St. Vrain recalled riding with his father, while Felix rode behind them, suggesting his age to be around 5 years old, suggesting this move occurred around the time Marcellin married Elizabeth Jane.

Marcellin built, owed and operated the first Flour Mill in St. Louis County up until the time of his death.

1866
Marcellin's daughter by Royal, Mary Louise, visited her Father's farm in Missouri. She would make the trip a second time to see him before his death.

4 Mar 1871
Marcellin dies of an apparently suicide. Although we have no records to confirm his death, the Francis Whittemore Cragin Collection held by the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum confirms this information. 
St. Vrain, Marcellin (I863)
 
247 Biographical Life Account

Delphine's parents were apparently killed in a slave uprising in Haiti, although her father's owning of the Macarty Plantation, legacy and inheritance comes into question if he was murdered in a foreign country.

Prominent Socalite in the New Orleans community, married three times and had children with all three husbands.

A slave girl did die on the premise of the LaLaurie Mansion, creating a series of events that made Delphine and her third husband, Dr. Louis LaLaurie to leave New Orleans. Family was quite possibly the first victim of 'Yellow Journalism' and a riot and mob ensued, destroying a great deal of private property.

Delphine signed all property over to Placide Forstall, where Dr. Lalaurie signed all of his property over to Auguste Delassus before their departure from America to France.

Note from the CSGS: Delphine has become somewhat of a New Orleans ghost haunting legend based upon the efforts of story tellers and tourist attractions. These efforts have created a profitable scheme in ghost tours and books, however they are misleading and completely historically inaccurate. Discovering any further truth of this 'story' will likely take the better part of our time just to get past the fictional accounts.
There are no images of Delphine except those recently made up by paid artists, and we are rather disappointed in the outrageous lack of historical validity in published works.

People are welcome to discuss this matter further or to provide valid historical sources of information.
Contact CSGS: mark@snowstones.com 
Macarty, Marie Delphine (I1061)
 
248 Biographical Life Account

First job was with the fur trade firm of Pratte, Cabanne and Company who focused on the Missouri River fur trade.

Ceran made a trading partnership with Paul Baillo after venturing out of the newly discovered Santa Fe trade route, becoming an established trader in New Mexico.

1830 he made a partnership with two St. Louis associates, Charles and William Bent. They went on to form the Bent, St. Vrain & Company trading firm.

During the Taos Uprising (When the rebellious Mexican and Native American inhabitants killed Charles Bent, the first Governor of the New Mexico Territory) Ceran formed a militia group and crushed the rebellion.

Ceran was appointed Lieutenant Colonel of a defensive unit that protected against Apache and Ute tribe attacks, he served until 1861 when he resigned.

1849 he quit his partnerships and moved to Mora, New Mexico. (There is note he spent a brief period in New York as well during this time.)

Ceran operated a store, two gristmills, and a distillery. During the Civil War he made a considerable living from selling supplies to the Union Army.

Ceran is known to have had several relationships with women, hopefully we will have more information to follow on exactly who or when he married, however Ceran's niece Martha St. Vrain has been quoted as saying that he was never legally married. 
de Lassus de St. Vrain, Colonel Ceran (I1007)
 
249 Biography and History:
http://snowstones.com/snowstones-wp/history/the-life-and-times-of-ceran-st-vrain/ 
de Lassus de St. Vrain, Colonel Ceran (I1007)
 
250 Biography and History: http://snowstones.com/snowstones-wp/history/madame-lalaurie/ Macarty, Marie Delphine (I1061)
 
251 Biography by tshawcross2754713 from FamilySearch.org on 26 August 2013.
Co-founder of Jackson County, IL (with Dr. Conrad Will). May be buried in the Worthern Cemetery, Big Hill, Grand Tower, IL. The title Captain is from the company of men he raised to protect settlers in the Jackson County area (Illinois Volunteer Mounted Militia - from March to June in 1813). William was a woodcutter and a farmer. In 1807 he was appointed Justice of the Peace for Randolph County, and when Jackson County was formed he was appointed as JP (along with Dr. Conrad Will) in 1816. He served as a Senator in the Illinois State Legislature from 1820 to 1824 (two terms) when the Capitol of Illinois was Vandalia. When William was 18 years old, in 1795, he left Boon's Mill, KY and moved to Missouri, where he worked in lead mines for 6 or 7 years. In 1802 he moved to Kaskaskia, IL where he married Elizabeth Cline. In 1806, he built a home under the bluff of BIg Hill, near today's Hwy 3. In 1809, he moved to Sand Ridge, IL where he built a new home. Elizabeth died of the "milk sick" in 1813, and in 1814 William married Catherine Darnall, the widow of Thomas Hendricks and John Bradshaw. William made seven trips to New Orleans during 1810-12 to sell coal (the first coal shipped out of Illinois) and was on the Mississippi River in 1811 with Zaphna Brooks and Peter (his Black slave) when the New Madrid earthquake occurred (during which the river reversed course and flowed backward for awhile). William bought Peter from Zaphna Brooks. William Boon is listed in the 1818 census of Jackson County as the head of a household containing 3 white males age 21 and up, 13 other whites, and 1 slave (presumably, Peter). The 1878 History of Jackson County says William died in 1833, aged 56 years. 
Boone, William III (I3205)
 
252 Biography from FindAGrave.com
Lieutenant Alexander Hume served in the 2nd South Carolina regiment, and was killed in one of the first battles of the American Revolutionary War in Savannah, Georgia at the age of 22. 
Hume, Lieutenant Alexander (I762)
 
253 Biography:
- Born in Vincennes, Indiana in 1804 but moved young to St. Genevieve, Missouri.

- Between the age of 10-11 years George served as a drummer boy for Captain William Linn's company.

- Studied law at Transylvania University of Kentucky, graduated in July of 1825.

- Served two terms in the United States Senate, representing Iowa from 7 Dec 1848 to 3 Mar 1859.

- 1859 George was appointed as Minister Resident of the United States to New Granada.

- 1861 he returned to the United States and was arrested by order of Secretary of State William H. Seward on the charge of disloyalty for corresponding with his friend Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy. George was held for 64 days before being released by President Abraham Lincoln.

- George retired and moved to Dubuque, Iowa.

- George and Josephine had 9 children, 4 of whom were still living in 1894.

- Josephine died in 1888.

- George Wallace Jones died on 22 Jul 1896. 
Jones, General George Wallace (I1011)
 
254 Biography:
Auguste Canuel | Angus Campbell is said to have been Mi'kaq by McKenna relatives. His son, Leo, was said to have resembled him physically, while all of his daughters resembled Josephine and had Caucasian features. Family accounts recall him to be a tall thin man with longer dark hair and grey eyes.
Leo Canuel's niece remembered when he would come to visit them, neighbourhood children would run ahead of him calling out that 'Tonto was coming!' suggesting their association with him and the character from the 'Lone Ranger'.

It is suggested that he anglicized his name upon arrival in Ontario, however in the tradition of his descendants reciting his name, they were all well versed in saying 'His name was Campbell, but you pronounce it 'Cam-U-Elle'.

He had the occupation of trapper and trader (From Barrie to Muskoka), boarding house owner and engineer for Hollinger Mines. Although his heritage has been virtually untraceable, it is noted that Auguste's parents Modeste Dube and Jules Canuel adopted at least three of his siblings from Jules' brother, Joseph Octave and raised them as their own children.
He was noted as the first child of his parents, although they were married 5 years before his birth.

Memories of Angus include a story of him leaving the family boarding house to aid in fighting a forest fire and not returning. Josephine and his daughters had thought he was dead and were deeply grieving. Weeks after his disappearance, a starved, filthy dirty man with a full beard and ragged clothes was seen walking towards the house by the women on the front porch who panicked thinking he was a wayward stranger.
Angus had returned to his family, much to their complete shock, and was hardly recognizable. Angus claimed to have be fighting the fire when it surrounded him. In order to survive he buried himself in the earth, ate bugs and breathed through reeds and did not come out again until the heat in the air and earth had cooled. 
Canuel, Auguste (I557)
 
255 Biography:
Born 1813 in County Tyrone (Garvaghullion?). About 1834 he began studying for the priesthood at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland. Ordained at Old St. Patrick's Cathedral in NYC by Bishop John Hughes on 18 Oct 1840. In 1842 he was teaching at St. John's College, Fordham, New York (now Fordham University). From 1844 to 1847, he was pastor of the Church of the Nativity on Second Avenue in New York City. Edward died at the age of 49 on 5 Sep 1862 in New York. According to correspondence from his niece, Sara Benedicta O'Neill, he is buried in NYC in the crypt of Old St. Patrick's Cathedral, on Mott Street. There is a memorial plaque at the cathedral confirming the burials of 2 named, and many unnamed priests who are buried in the church. Edward is one of the unnamed.
Source: Biographic material from Archbishop Michael Corrigan of New York in late 1890s shared by Jim Garrity of New York City and cousin Joan Curtin. 
O'Neill, Reverend Father Edward (I23)
 
256 Biography:
Courtesy of the Davidson College Class Memorial of Winter 2007

Thompson Dabney ?51 of Jackson, Tenn., died February 27, 2006. He attended Southwestern College (now Rhodes) in Memphis and Davidson. He was president of W.P. Dabney & Son Furniture Company for thirty years, also served as president of the Jackson Rotary Club and on the boards of directors for National Bank of Commerce/Union Planters (now Regions), YMCA, Youth Town, Chamber of Commerce, and the West Tennessee Health Care Foundation. He was a member of Evangelical Community Church. He also developed eight subdivisions in North Jackson. He loved nature, being outdoors and working on his farms. He was an avid boater and enjoyed traveling with his wife and family. He was a beloved husband, father and grandfather and devoted Christian. Survivors include his wife of fifty-five years, Sally Wilder Dabney, 10 Windwood Hill Dr., Jackson, Tenn. 39303; children and grandchildren, Rhea and Marsha Dabney, Emily and William; Edward and Colleen Dabney, Elaine & Ben Watkins, Rebecca, Madeline and Elizabeth; and Bill and Wren Dabney, Trip, Alison, Sally Kate and Tad. Surviving also are his sister and brother-in-law, Douglas and Emily Dabney Booth and their children, Janice and Dave Manor and Tricia and Jim Martin. He was preceded in death by his parents, Rhea and Emily Thompson Dabney and by his brother, William Rhea Dabney ?44, who died while serving his country during World War II. 
Dabney, Thompson (I2193)
 
257 Biography:
http://genealogytrails.com/wis/wood/biographies/families/herschleb.htm
Biographies of Wood County, Wisconsin - Herschleb Family - Transcribed by Marla Zwakman, compiled by George O. Jones from the History of Wood County, Wisconsin (1923) pages 501-502.

Henry A. Herschleb, now living retired in Wisconsin Rapids, after building up a successful bakery business, was born in Germany, Sept. 22, 1848, son of John H. and Mary Herschleb. In the fifties the family emigrated to Canada, where John H. Herschleb worked for awhile at common labor. In 1863 he came to the States with his son Fred H. and located in Grand Rapids, Wis., and in 1865 he was joined by his sons Charles H. and Henry A. Until 1865 he followed mill work here. Then in the fall of that year he and his brother, G. H. Herschleb, went to Minnesota. He passed away at Owatonna, that state, about 1888. Henry A. Herschleb attended school in Canada and also did farm labor there. With his brother Charles H., he came to Grand Rapids in 1865, and his first work here was as chore boy for Mrs. John Arpin. He then became clerk in the store of E. B. Rossier, and then took care of Mr. Rossier's fast horse. After that he was clerk for some time in the general store of I. L. Mosher, and was later with Ingraham & Co. and Spafford & Cole. In 1884 he became an employee of Johnson, Hill & Co., whose store was then located on First Street North. About two years later he began to realize that he could never make much progress on the road to fortune by working for others, and so looked around for an opportunity to establish a business of his own. He began by opening a store for the sale of candies, cigars and tobacco, in the building now occupied by the Herschleb bakery. To his stock he later added groceries, and he began to build up a good trade. Finding that his customers wanted him to handle bread, he started baking on a small scale. The demand increased to such an extent that he finally gave up the grocery department of his business and confined himself to bakery goods and confectionery. He learned his trade of baker through the assistance of his wife and by watching the men whom he later employed. He enlarged and rebuilt his plant and successfully operated his business until Sept. 1, 1919, at which time he retired and turned the business over to his son Wilbur E. The most modern and improved equipment has been installed and the Herschleb bakery is now included among the best in Wood County. Mr. Herschleb's business success made him well known to the citizens of Wisconsin Rapids and his personal character confirmed the favorable impression first created. His name has always been associated with honest dealing and he has for years been an active member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is a stockholder in the Grandfather Paper Co. at Merrill, Wis., and in the Wood County National Bank. He was married July 20, 1876, in Canada, to Josephine Keffer, who was born in that province May 8, 1856, daughter of Solomon and Elizabeth (Mager) Keffer. Her parents, who were also natives of Canada, are now deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Herschleb are the parents of three children: Wilbur E., residing in Wisconsin Rapids, who is proprietor of the Herschleb bakery founded by his father; Elizabeth M., at home; and Jeremiah M., who is with the Kissel Auto Co. of Milwaukee. The family home is a fine residence which Mr. Herschleb built at 322 Fourth Street South. 
Herschleb, Henry August (I806)
 
258 Biography:
Louis was to Jacqueline Pajot and Nicolas Hebert, his father having ties to the Royal Court of Catherine de'Medici as official druggist and spice merchant for the Queen. He inherited Haute Saint Mande and it's vineyards through his Mother and went on to purchase the Coeur Royal, Trois Piliers, and Mortier d'or where the family lived and children were raised.

During the Religious Wars Nicholas lost his fortune and had to sell off bits and pieces of his estate for the rest of his life, even spending two years in debtor prison as well. After the death of his wife Jacqueline there was increased pressure between the Pajot family and Nicolas.

Louis became an Apothecary by trade. Unable to expect any inheritance he went willingly on two expeditions to North America from 1606-1607 and 1611 to 1613. In 1617 Louis, his wife Marie Rollet and their three children relocated to Quebec City. In turn for medical treatment the local population traded knowledge of survival with Louis, they became acclimated to the culture.

In 1627 Louis died due to injuries sustained in falling on ice.

Sources:

Louis Hebert
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_H%C3%A9bert

No Ordinary Farmer's Wife
Marie Rollet (1580 - 1649)
http://www.geocities.com/weallcamefromsomewhere/marie_rollet.html 
Hebert, Louis Gaston (I671)
 
259 Biography:
Marie Brazeau arrived in Ville Marie, Quebec in 1681 with her parents and siblings, however her husband, Guerin Silvain, remained in France. In 1685 Guerin Silvain arrived in Quebec, and Marie moves into his household. The pair have two more children. They run a Cabaret together in their home, a sort of theatrical night club. It was illegal, but overlooked by the authorities.
But 1688 Guerin returned to France, leaving Marie and her children in Quebec. She had to provide for her family alone, no easy task for a woman in New France at the time. There were constant legal charges and court dates for incurred debts. In 1690 she obtained land to build a house but by 1695 she nearly losses the house to the courts. Her Father intercedes and purchased the house on her behalf.
By 1698 Marie marries Guillaume Tougard dit Laviolette. The pair are well matched and have 6 children together. After his death she married Didier Bourqouin, but passed away in 1690.

Sources:
Marie Brazeau: femme en Nouvelle-France written by Rémi Tougas
http://books.google.ca/books?id=-3gzJVUyQ-IC 
Brazeau, Marie (I427)
 
260 Biography:
Marie married Louis Hebert in 1602 and in 1606 and 1610 he took extended trips to Canada working as an apothecary with the fur traders. In 1616 Marie and her three surviving children traveled with Louis to Quebec then known as 'Kebec'. Louis and Marie made a life together administering to the sick and teaching local children to read, write and instructed them in Christianity. In turn they were taught to survive Canadian climate and about unique medicinal herbs. Both daughters married young due to the shortage of women in the colony.

After Louis' death, Marie married Guillaume Hubou. She encouraged positive relations between cultures in Quebec and remained through own British Rule in the early 1630s.

Sources:
No Ordinary Farmer's Wife
Marie Rollet (1580 - 1649)
http://www.geocities.com/weallcamefromsomewhere/marie_rollet.html

Wikipedia
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Rollet 
Rollet, Marie (I672)
 
261 Biography:
Memoirs and Biographies of Madison County
http://genealogytrails.com/tenn/madison/biothompson.html
Tennessee the Volunteer State 1769-1923: Volume 3
Jesse Allen Thompson

One of the popular public officials of Madison county is Jesse Allen Thompson, who is serving his third term as county court clerk. He is a resident of Jackson. Mr. Thompson was born in Madison county on the 25th of November, 1860, a son of Lee and Emily (Derryberry) Thompson, the former a native of Madison county and the latter of Tennessee. Lee Thompson was a farmer and upon the outbreak of the Civil war he put all personal interests aside and enlisted in the Confederate army. He served throughout the war, participating in most of the strategic engagements and he was neither captured nor wounded. His demise occurred in 1899 and came as a severe shock to his family and many friends.

In the acquirement of his early education Jesse Allen Thompson attended the country schools of Madison county and resided on the home farm until he was twenty-five years of age. He then came to Jackson and engaged in business until 1910, when he was elected county court clerk. He served in that office with such efficiency that he has been twice reelected and is now serving his third term. He tends strictly to his official duties and has won the confidence and esteem of his fellowmen. He has always been a stanch supporter of the democratic party and for eighteen years he was alderman of his ward. For twenty years he has been a member of the local school board. Aside from public life Mr. Thompson has become prominent in financial circles and for some time has been a director in the Union Bank & Trust Company.

On the 4th of November, 1891, was celebrated the marriage of Mr. Thompson to Miss Lula Taylor, the ceremony being performed in Jackson. She is a daughter of Wyatt A. and Tennessee (Collins) Taylor, both natives of this state. To Mr. and Mrs. Thompson eight children have been born: Jessie Idelia, who is the wife of E. P. Williamson; Wyatt Taylor, who is a veteran of the World war; Emily Elizabeth, who is the wife of Ray Dabney; Annie Ruth, whose demise occurred in infancy; Judson Andrew; Evelin; Lula Idelia; and Charles Andrew. The wife and mother died in 1911. In 1915 Mr. Thompson married Mrs. D. C. Newman, formerly Miss Zetta Lyons of Paducah, Kentucky. Mrs. Thompson had three children by her former marriage; Bessie, now Mrs. J. Allen Creath of Memphis, Tennessee; Nell, who died in infancy; and Lilie May, who is at home. The religious faith of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson is that of the Baptist church, to the support of which they are generous contributors. Mr. Thompson is identified with the Royal Arch Masons and he is likewise affiliated with the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks and the Woodmen of the World. 
Thompson, Jesse Allen (I2086)
 
262 Biography:
Occupation noted as a Lawyer, Orator, Author, Methodist Preacher and Political figure.

Named for Kentucky Senator Henry Clay.

He opposed President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War as a part of the 'Copperhead' group of Northern dwelling Americans who apposed the Civil War and upset Lincoln's Union war effort. The Copperheads specifically believed that the War could not be successful due to cost and loss of young American lives, and proposed negotiations had to commence to restore the Union. The Pendleton Plan was a suggested effort to pay slave holders to release their slave to avert the war.

Chaplain of the United States Senate in 1855-1856. He nominated Senator Stephen Douglas for President of the National Convention in 1860. He became Chairman of the Board of what would become the Iowa Wesleyan Church.

Characterized in the Mark Twain novel, 'Life on the Mississippi' in 1861, Keosauqua, Van Buren, Iowa, United States of America, he is portrayed as an Evangelist Preacher who's unkempt appearance portrayed him as an eccentric who had little concern for cleanliness. However upon his speaking, his sermons were noted as powerful and spiritually convicting. Modern historians seem to agree this was an accurate portrayal.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Clay_Dean

Rebel's Cove Historical Society
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rebels-Cove-Historical-Society/251876189119?ref=ts

Beginning at 18:35.
http://www.pbs.org/opb/historydetectives/investigation/copperhead-cane/
 
Dean, Henry Clay (I255)
 
263 Biography:
One of five sons of Andrew Bratton who came to America. The fifth son died on the voyage.
He arrived in Augusta County, Virginia in 1733, which was then referred to as Orange County. He married widow Ann McFarland Dunlap and the pair had at least six children.
He served as Captain of the French and Indian War (1756-1758). He also served as a member of the Council of War for protection of the Virginian Frontier in 1756. He was still serving as Captain of the Militia in 1783 at 70 years of age.
Owner of 2,284 acres of Augusta County, Virginia and other lands in the Western Territories.
Daughters of the American Revolution #90436 
Bratton, Captain Robert Patrick (I2528)
 
264 Biography:
Provided by the Political Graveyard:
http://politicalgraveyard.com

Albert Winfield Swalm (1845-1922) ? also known as Albert W. Swalm ? of Grand Junction, Greene County, Iowa; Oskaloosa, Mahaska County, Iowa; Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa. Born in Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pa., November 30, 1845. Republican. Served in the Union Army during the Civil War; newspaper editor and publisher; postmaster; U.S. Consul in Montevideo, 1897-1903; Southampton, 1903-19; Hamilton, 1919-22, died in office 1922. Member, Freemasons. Died in Hamilton, Bermuda, August 24, 1922 (age 76 years, 267 days). Interment at Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines, Iowa.
Relatives: Son of John E. Swalm and Elizabeth (Christ) Swalm; married, October 1, 1872, to Pauline Given (born 1850). 
Swalm, Albert Winfield (I222)
 
265 Biography:
The Parish Priest of Donagh Parish from 1815-1860, Canon Patrick Moynagh was the patron of the emigration of 60 Irish families from Monaghan, Ireland to Prince Edward Island, Canada and beyond. The Parish hosts two Catholic Churches including Saint Patrick's at Corracin which is about two kilometers from Emyvale town center. Canon Moynagh was particularly noted for his generosity towards the poor. Canon Moynagh is buried at Saint Patrick's Church.

Sources:
http://www.emyvale.net/
http://www.donaghparish.com/ 
Moynagh, Very Reverend Canon Patrick (I37)
 
266 Biography:
TILLERY, William H.

William H. Tillery owes his nativity to Knox County, Tennessee, having been born there September 20, 1840. His parents, Sampson and, Catharine (Yoast) Tillery, both of Knox County, were married December 23, 1840. The former was born January 17, 1791.

William H. was the twelfth of a family of thirteen children. In August, 1859, he was united in marriage with Miss Martha E. Parker, of Knox County, Tennessee. In October following, leaving his native county, he came to St. Clair County, Missouri, and settled on the farm now owned by J. P. Butcher in this township.

In 1860 their eldest child, Mary L., was born, and since then they have had nine children: Sampson M., Emily T., Catharine E., C. L., William M.. James J., John A., Frederick M. and Lulu G.

The family has never experienced a day of sickness, and with one exception, when the arm of Emily was broken, never has a physician been in the house for the purpose of administering medical relief.

Mr. T. was formerly a very extensive dealer in mules, and was the acknowledged leader of this industry in this vicinity. In 1880, on account of failing health, he discontinued the business, and now devotes his attention to the cultivation of his farm, one of the finest in the township, situated on Coon Creek, and under good improvements.
Politically, he is a staunch Republican. He is a Master Mason and a prominent member of the Grange in this township.

Mr. Tillery once had a narrow escape from death, the circumstances of which were as follows: "Having been deputized, in August, 1880, to serve a warrant of arrest on a horse thief who had previously stolen a horse in that district, he started after the criminal, overtook and arrested him, and while returning to Osceola, his attention being directed to other parties coming down the road, the thief with great rapidity drew his revolver and fired at Mr. T., the ball entering his neck just back of the jugular vein on the right side, and passing behind the throttle, came out on the left side; it then entered the shoulder, and glancing back from the blade, fell into his vest pocket."

St. Clair County Biographies
From the 1883
History of St. Clair County MO,
National Historical Co.


Sources:
http://www.mogenweb.org/stclair/Biography/SCCBiographiesT.htm

http://www.looktothepast.com/stclairbios3.html 
Tillery, William Henry (I2310)
 
267 Biography:
Walter K. MacAdam, IEEE President, 1967, was a communications engineer and manager at Western Electric Company, the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, and the New York Telephone Company.
Biography

Walter Kavanagh MacAdam was born 16 November 1913 in New York City. After receiving a B.S. and an M.S. in electrical engineering at MIT in 1937, he led a distinguished career with the Bell System in 1973.

He worked initially for the Long Lines Department of AT&T, and in 1953 served as superintendent of engineering for the Distant Early Warning radar installation in the Arctic for Western Electric Company. He held the position of vice president of defense communications of AT&T from 1960 to 1968, and vice president of engineering for the New York Telephone Co. from 1968 to 1973. Following his retirement, he served as a consulting engineer for several firms in refuse-to-energy technology.

At the IEEE Mr. MacAdam served as a director from 1963 to 1968, as a vice president in 1966, and as president in 1967. He received the IEEE Centennial Medal in 1984. He held two patents. He was awarded the Theodore Vail Medal from the Long Lines Department of AT&T "for initiative, courage and heroic action" when he saved a life in 1938.

Locally, he was active with the Lions Club, Meals on Wheels, the Pinewood Village Association and especially St. Denis Catholic Church. His 1996 book "Beyond the Bozeman Trail: The Story of Alexander Wichart," documented his greatgrandfather's Civil War and Western military experience.

MacAdam died on January 24th, 1999.
https://ethw.org/Walter_MacAdam 
MacAdam, Walter Kavanagh (I3290)
 
268 Biography:
Zacharie Cloutier was the son of Denis Cloutier and his first wife, Renee Briere. Zacharie was known as a peacemaker, aiding in solving family disputes. He married the widow of Michel Lermusier, Xainte Dupont.
He was recruited by Robert Giffard de Moncel to expand the colony of New France. The pair had 6 children, 5 of whom survived to adulthood. By 1800 it is estimated that the couple had 10,850 French Canadian descendants.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zacharie_Cloutier 
Cloutier, Zacharie (I732)
 
269 Biography:
In Jun of 1660 there were 8 Huron who were travelling to renounce their faith and join with the Iroquois. They discovered the homestead of Marie Caron and Jean Picard and pillaged the house, taking the woman and children. French and Algonquin people tracked the party of Hurons to a cave, where Marie was accidentally shot when she raised her head, having heard familiar voices. Marie was removed to for medical treatment but died 3-4 days later. One of the children was killed in the battle to rescue the group. Louise Picard survived and was raised by her Grandfather, Pierre Picard.
3 of the Hurons were said to have been drowned, while four were put to death by fire for their crimes and one was set free.

Resources:
Pierre Picard
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~picard/PierrePicard.html 
Caron, Marie (I703)
 
270 Biography: Most likely the first Irish immigrant to North America, recorded in Montreal in the 1660s working as a farmhand, he also trapped and traded furs. He was captured by Iroquois and held for seven months.

Tadhg married Jeanne Chartier, Fille du Roi from Paris in 1670. They settled into farm life in Pointe-aux-Trembles near Montreal and had 7 children.

Sources:

Charlevoix - Blogue de la Nouvelle-France
http://charlevoixnf.blogspot.ca/2013/03/an-obrennan-in-new-france.html

Tec Cornelius Aubrenan: The first Irish-born Immigrant in Canada
http://www.bytown.net/brennan.pdf

Dystart-on-the-Dinen
http://centretownnewsonline.ca/archives/97to04/dec0701/profile1.htm 
O'Brenan, Tec Cornelius (I963)
 
271 Biography: Robert Edmunds was most likely born in England about 1628-1630. In 1635 he was employed with Matthew Craddock at Saco River, Maine as a Fisherman. By 1664 he aquires land from Thomas Atkins on the Kennebec River. On 8 Sep 1665 Robert swears an Oath of Allegiance too the King of England. By 1668 he joins the Kennebec Militia under Capain John Rowden. By 1674 Robert is in Pemaquid, Maine and swears and Oath of Fedelity to the settlement there. On 14 Oct 1682 Robert purchases a home in Boston. He is noted as the Master of his own Fishing vessel in Sagadahoc, Maine, by 1688. By 1695 he remarries widow Rebecca Pasmore.

It is important to note that in 1713, Jean Baptiste Edmon (Haimond) entrusted the administration of his Estate in Sagadahoc to his Father in Boston. The property was eventually sold to William Hobby. Jean Baptiste would pass away two years later on 23 Feb 1715. Robert died 19 Nov 1717 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States of America.

Resources:

Hermond - Soucisse - Aidus Families Genealogy
http://genealogy.hemond.com/index.php?a=page/2/histoire-de-robert-edmunds-et-de-ses

'Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America' written by Henry Whittemore. 
Edmunds, Robert (I1071)
 
272 Biography: 'Besides Townsend Bishop, there were two other persons of that name among the original inhabitants of Salem. They do not appear to have been related to him or to each other. Richard Bishop, whose wife Dulcibell had died Aug. 6, 1658, married the widow Galt, July 22, 1660. He died Dec. 30, 1674.'

Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17845/17845-h/salem1-htm.html 
Bishop, Richard (I1086)
 
273 Biography: (It is Supposition that Hannah (Johanna) Darling was the daughter of Sarah Grace Gridley, but in all of our research on the Darling Family, it makes the most sense that John was married before Mary Bishop, as she was married first as well. And although no book publishes all the of children of John Darling in one record, gathering records on each of them individually has been our effort.)

Johanna is noted as Hannah in the majority of records, although both names are seen in print. We believe Grace, Hannah, Margaret and Patience Darling were born to Sarah Grace Gridley and John Darling at Monhegan Island, Maine between 1659-1668. It is a well recorded fact that Hannah Darling married Reynold Kelly, a man who served as a Juryman with John Darling at Pemaquid. It is unknown if Hannah (Johanna) herself was captured and sold into slavery after the fall of Pemaquid and Fort Charles, but her sister, Grace Darling Hegeman, and niece Jane were definitely taken, and given her daughter Mary's arrival in Quebec, Canada, little else is likely for Mary Kelly.

It is possible Johanna was one of the few lucky captured residence to escape or be traded for before the fall of the Fort. Hannah Darling remarried by 1689 to James Mander, who was most likely the brother of Walter Mander, husband of Patience Darling - Hannah's sister. Hannah Darling who remarried to James Mander, bequeathed a portion of land originally belonging to 'Renold Kelly' to her Nephew, Richard Welch. The land was adjoining to her father's, John Darling. This was noted in the 'Maine Historical Recorder' on 7 Aug 1717.

Resources:
Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Pemaquid_(1689)

The Darling Family in America by Horace Lyman Weeks and William Montgomery Clemens
https://archive.org/details/darlingfamilyina00week

The Darling Family Genealogy
http://www.moonsmusings.com/genealogy/johndarling.html

Hemond - Soucisse - Aidus Family Genealogy: http://genealogy.hemond.com/

'The Story of Pemaquid' by James Otis, Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, 1902

'History of Boothbay, Southport and Boothbay Harbor, Maine 1623-1905 With Family Genealogies' by Francis Byron Green

'The Genealogical History of the Kelley Family' by Honourable Herman Alfred Kelley

'The Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire' by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter Goodwin Davis 
Darling, Hannah (I1075)
 
274 Biography: After the Lachine Massacre on 13 Sep 1690, Toussaint was murdered by Lord Dumont de Blaignac, who killed him with a sword.

Resources:
Research of Fran Deschamps and Jack LaChance:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fjl1935/biotoussaint.html 
Hunault dit Deschamps, Toussaint (I1002)
 
275 Biography: Ancestors Anne Archon and Pierre Tremblay were the parents of 12 children who have populated North America with their descendants.

Resources:
Wikipedia:
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre_Tremblay_(pionnier)

The Tremblay Association of America
http://www.genealogie.org/famille/tremblay/

Genealogy of Quebec and French Americans
http://www.nosorigines.org/biography.aspx?name=Tremblay_Pierre&id=1214 
Family F501
 
276 Biography: Born in the United States of America, spent time in France and returned to before the Civil War.
Placide enlisted in the Confederate Army in 1861, served with Watson's Louisiana Battery until taken as a prisoner or war. Released due to poor health.
Placide Ran a hotel in De Lassus, Missouri with his father, Pierre Charles Auguste, then sold the business and moved to St. Louis. 
Delassus, Placide Francois Joseph (I1059)
 
277 Biography: Commonly known as Harry Trihey, Henry Judah Trihey was a Canadian hockey player, a prominent Barrister, and a First World War Veteran.
Harry won the Stanley Cup twice with the Montreal Shamrocks twice, in 1899 and 1900. His superior skills on the ice and strategic thinking making him one of the best players and later earning him a place in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
During the First World War he served with the Irish Rangers in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Several war time posters still exist from the recruitment phase of the war circa 1915.

Sources:
http://www.snowstones.com/history-shamrocks.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Trihey

http://www.legendsofhockey.net/LegendsOfHockey/jsp/LegendsMember.jsp?type=Player&mem=P195008&list=ByName

 
Trihey, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Judah (I250)
 
278 Biography: Contracted to wed Michel Chauvin in 1647 in Quebec, Canada. Bore him two children before his confession that he had already been married in France. She had her marriage annulled and married Jean Gervaise, who adopted her children as his own.

Resources:
Les Soeurs Archambault
http://www.migrations.fr/Femmesnouvellefrance/lesoeurs_archambault.htm 
Archambault, Anne Chaveau (I994)
 
279 Biography: Daughter of the Captain of the Calvary of the Imperial Troops, her father was deceased before she became Fille du Roi.

She married Hubert Leroux and had three children by him, two daughters and a son.

After the death of Hubert Leroux she remarried to Gabriel Cardinal. After the birth of one son, Gabriel separated from his wife, claiming she was running a house of prostitution and that she was keeping her 14 year old daughter away from her husband. One might question how he didn't notice the 'house of prostitution' before he wed and had a child with her, but this is a reoccurring accusation against women of the time who didn't seem to obey their husbands.
Marie Anne ran a Public House to support herself and had legal trouble for her business which was considered amoral and for selling alcohol to Native Americans. She served jail time for these offenses.
She died in poverty.

Resources:
'L' allemande: la scandaleuse histoire d'une fille du roi, 1657-1722' by Rémi Tougas

'Daughters of the King and Founders of a Nation: Les Filles du Roi in New France' by Aimie Kathleen Runyan, B.A. 
Phanseque, Marie Anne (I1280)
 
280 Biography: Etienne Jacob was a Court Officer, Serjeant of the Counseil Souverain, Royal Notary and Judge of the Bailiff's Court of both Beaupre and Ile d'Orleans.

He was the son of Jeanne Bellejambe and Etienne Jacob of Saint Germain in Paris, born about 1648 and dying after 10 Apr 1726. He arrived in New France before 4 Jul 1665 according to documents on the Beaupre shore.

He married Jeanne Frezzel, 17 year old Fille du Roi with a dowery of 850 livres.

4 Jan 1676 he was nominated by Bishop Laval as a Court Officer for Beaupre.

10 Apr 1683 he was promoted to Clerk of the Court and Notary.

12 Mar 1689 he was promoted to Judge of the Court of Beaupre, and was sworn in 28 Mar 1689.

25 May 1703 he became the Judge of Court of Saint Laurent, Ile d'Orleans.

His appointment as Judge was revoked 22 Aug 1712 due to old age, however he still practiced as a Notary, his last document signed 10 Aug 1726.

Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
http://www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=855 
Jacob, Etienne (I1253)
 
281 Biography: First Lady's Maid to Lady Atholstan in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Annie traveled the world as an independent woman as much as she could during the time and became a close friend of her employer. Hitchcock, Annie Elizabeth (I2035)
 
282 Biography: From humble beginnings in Aunis, La Rochelle, Charente Maritime, Poitou Charentes, France, Olivier was a sewer cleaner who had been widowed twice in France. First marired to Ozanne Lussaud, then Roy in Marans, La Rochelle, Charente Maritime, Poitou Charentes, France in 1646. He then married Marie Marguerite Garnier. The pair had five children together.
Olivier and Marie Marguerite, along with their oldest daughter Ann sailed for New France aboard the ship 'Saint Andre' on 2 Jul 1659.
The family was one of the first settlers of Laval, Quebec, Canada. It is estimated that 97% of the Charbonneau families in North American descend from them, and that they are the ancestors of 35,0000 living North Americans today.

Resources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivier_Charbonneau 
Charbonneau, Oliver (I506)
 
283 Biography: From the article written by Richard W. Cook titled 'The Tribulations of Denys Hegeman', we learn that Denys was the son of Dutch immigrants who became a soldier for Captain Stemnek of the Dutch Reformed Church in Midwout (Midwood), also called Flatbush, an area of New Netherlands which is today a borough of Brooklyn, New York.

Denys was married to Grace Darling, daughter of John Darling of Monheghan Island, Maine. In 1689 at Permaquid, Grace and daughter Jane were abducted during an assault by Abenaki. Grace was taken to the Fort at Pebobscot, then moved up to Quebec in a three year ordeal which eventually involved her being sold to the French as a slave.

In 1690 Denys returned to New York with his remaining children, where he signed a deal with his brothers over their mother's real estate and then was granted permission by Governor Slaughter to travel to Premaquid to see about his wife. Denys himself was then captured by the leader of the Abernaki, Jean Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint Castin, and sent to Quebec and then onto France.
In Quebec, Denys and Grace were reunited, and their son Joseph was born. 
Hegeman, Denys (I1089)
 
284 Biography: From the article written by Richard W. Cook titlted 'The Tribulations of Denys Hegeman', we learn that Denys was the son of Dutch immigrants who became a soldier for Captain Stemnek of the Dutch Reformed Church in Midwout (Midwood), also called Flatbush, an area of New Netherlands which is today a borough of Brooklyn, New York.

Denys was married to Grace Darling, daughter of John Darling of Monheghan Island, Maine. In 1689 at Permaquid, Grace and daughter Jane were abducted during an assault by Abenaki. Grace was taken to the Fort at Pebobscot, then moved up to Quebec in a three year ordeal which eventually involved her being sold to the French as a slave.

In 1690 Denys returned to New York with his remaining children, where he signed a deal with his brothers over their mother's real estate and then was granted permission by Governor Slaughter to travel to Premaquid to see about his wife. Denys himself was then captured by the leader of the Abernaki, Jean Vincent d'Abbadie de Saint Castin, and sent to Quebec and then onto France.
In Quebec, Denys and Grace were reunited, and their son Joseph was born. 
Darling, Grace (I1088)
 
285 Biography: Hilda lived on a Farm in Iron Hill that raised horses and ponies as well as other livestock, and had a working sugar bush. Hilda and Andrew took in Foster Children for years and the couple adopted twice. Walker, Alice Hilda (I1479)
 
286 Biography: Immigrant along with his brother, Christopher Miller, Jacob Miller I came from Switzerland after the Miller or Müller family suffered religious persecution and relocated.
Ancestry.com Passenger and Immigration records suggest that Jacob arrived in 1753 at the age of 27 according to the bibliography of Ralph Beaver Strassburger's Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808. Page 551.
Settler in the Washington County of Pennsylvania, United States of America in the 1770s. The brothers owned over 400 acres of land which surrounded the area of Dutch Fork Lake.
Jacob is considered a Patriot of the American Revolution by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
 
Miller, Jacob I (I1500)
 
287 Biography: James Marcellin 'Jim' St. Vrain an American Baseball player that was reputed for being the youngest in his league. His Baseball playing history was well documented. Pitcher for the Chicago Orphans in 1902.
In a total of 12 games, 11 starts, 10 complete games, and 95 innings pitched, he had 51 strikeouts and only 25 walks, and gave up just 22 earned runs. Though his record was 4?6, his ERA was a sparkling 2.08.

James married Frances 'Fanny' Barnes and the pair eventually retired to Butte, Montana where they had originally met before James' baseball career. The couple had no descendants. James became an avid gardener until the time of his death.

Resources:

Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_St.Vrain

Article Written by Bill Lamb for the Society of American Baseball Research.
http://sabr.org/bioproj/person/be870595

Baseball-Reference.com
http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/s/st.vrji01.shtml

Baseball History Daily
http://baseballhistorydaily.com/tag/jim-st-vrain/

Baseball Nerd: The Batter who ran to Third
http://keitholbermann.mlblogs.com/tag/jimmy-st-vrain/ 
St. Vrain, James Marcellin (I872)
 
288 Biography: Jeanne Merrin was born on 3 May 1636 at Saint Michel, Poitiers, Poitou-Charentes, France. She was the daughter of Michel Merrin and Catherine Archambault. She arrived in Quebec on 16 Nov 1653 contracted to be the bride of Eloi Jarry dit La Haye. The couple wed 9 Nov 1654 in Montreal.

Eloi was born 8 Jul 1616 at Saint Martin, Igé, Mortagne au Perche, Orne, Lower Normandy, France. Eloi and Jeanne would have three children before his death on 18 Sep 1661 at Trois Rivieres where he was captured and killed by Iroquois.

Jeanne would go on to marry Henri Perrin on 18 Jul 1661. And then after his death she would marry Rene Moreau.
Jeanne died on 8 Dec 1711 in Montreal.

Source:
A Marriageable Young Girl Jeanne Merrin (1636-1711)
http://www.geocities.com/weallcamefromsomewhere/Kebec/jeanne_merrin.html 
Merrin, Jeanne (I467)
 
289 Biography: Life Account

- 1782 at the age of 18, Charles became military cadet in the service of Carlos III, King of Spain. He served in the Royal Wallon Guards and participated in the French Revolutionary Wars at the assault and capture of Fort St. Elmo in the Pyrenees.

- He was rewarded for leading a company of soldiers during the siege and promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and stationed in Madrid.

- While serving as the King's Body Guard, Charles received news that his family had fled France for Louisiana, and requested to be transferred to the Louisiana Regiment. The King of Spain granted his request.

- Charles arrived in Louisiana in 1794 and was posted as Military Commander of the post of New Madrid, which allowed him to be close to his family in New Bourbon.

- 1799, under orders from Spain, Charles Delassus was appointed Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of Upper Louisiana, with headquarters in St. Louis.

- Delassus was the last Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief of Upper Louisiana, and was responsible for turning over control of the territory to American Agent Amos Stoddard when Louisiana was transferred to the United States.

- Charles left St. Louis in November 1804 for New Orleans. He then served at the Spanish post of Pensacola, Florida. Later he was transferred to Baton Rouge, Capital of West Florida to act as Governor of the region.

- 1810, American planters sought to over throw Spanish rule and Charles attempted to stop the rebellion with his own Spanish troops. By September the Spanish loyalists had been defeated in the 'West Florida Rebellion'.
Charles was imprisoned for two months before the region was signed with the United States. Governor Delassus resigned his commission and retired from the army.

- 1811 Charles married Adelayda Elena Feliciana Martina Leonardo.

- Had two children, wife died giving birth to daughter, who was raised in Baton Rouge. He took his son with him and went to St. Louis, to New Orleans.

- 1846 death in New Orleans, burial in St. Louis. 
de Hault de Lassus, Charles Auguste (I1046)
 
290 Biography: Louise survived the Massacre which killed her Mother. She was placed in the care of her Grandfather, Pierre Picard.
In Jun of 1660 there were 8 Huron who were travelling to renounce their faith and join with the Iroquois. They discovered the homestead of Marie Caron and Jean Picard and pillaged the house, taking the woman and children. French and Algonquin people tracked the party of Hurons to a cave, where Marie was accidentally shot when she raised her head, having heard familiar voices. One of the children was killed in the battle to rescue the group.
3 of the Hurons were said to have been drowned, while four were put to death by fire for their crimes and one was set free.

Resources:
Pierre Picard
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~picard/PierrePicard.html 
Picard, Louise (I699)
 
291 Biography: Mary Kelly was the daughter of Hannah (Johanna) Darling and Reynold Kelly of Pemaquid, Maine. She was caught in the Siege of Pemaquid and the fall of Fort Charles, captured by Abernaki and enslaved, forced to walk to Quebec and never returned to her family. It is unknown how old Mary was at the time of her capture, it's likely her Father, Reynold Kelly was killed in the events as her mother was remarried in Boston by 1689.

Mary Kelly married a fellow captive, Thomas Edmunds, some time after her capture. The pair may have been engaged before being forced to leave Pemaquid. Mary's Aunt, Grace Hegeman and cousin Jane were also captured. It was 1693 before Grace's husband Denys saw to her release, and that was after being captured himself. Thomas Edumnds converted to Catholicism during this time, becoming known as Jean Baptiste Edmons or a wide variation of surnames including 'Edmond' and 'Aymond' as well as the common 'Hamond' 'Haimond' and 'Hemond'.

In Nov 1695 Mary Kelly and Jean Baptist Emond baptized children Mary Margaret and Charles John. They would later have daughter Marie Claire and son Jean Baptist Haimond.
From all available information, it appears that the couple decide to stay in Quebec as farmers rather than return to New England after they were freed due to political pressures. They lived a quiet life in Quebec, and are survived by many descendants.

Resources:
Hemond - Soucisse - Aidus Family Genealogy: http://genealogy.hemond.com/

The Genealogical Dictionary of French Canadian Families by Father Cyprien Tanguay
http://bibnum2.banq.qc.ca/bna/dicoGenealogie/ 
Kelly, Mary (I1069)
 
292 Biography: Michel Chauvin was discovered a bigamist having already married in France to Louise Delisle, 10 Aug 1637 in Sainte Suzanne, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France.

Despite his marriage, he contracted to marry and wed Anne Archambault in 1647 in Quebec. This marriage produced two children, Marie Charlotte and Paul. Upon the discovery of Michel Chauvin's first wife, he confessed to Father Pijart, M. de Maisonneuve the Governor of Montreal, and Gilbert Barbier that he had indeed previously married and had been so for 7 years before he left France. Michel and Anne's marriage was annulled 8 Oct 1650 and Anne went on to marry Jean Gervaise who adopted her two children as his own.

Resources:

Les Soeurs Archambault
http://www.migrations.fr/Femmesnouvellefrance/lesoeurs_archambault.htm 
Chauvin, Michel (I995)
 
293 Biography: Most descendants believe that Jean Rodrigue was most likely born Juan Rodrigues, the Portugese son of Susana da Cruz and Juan Rodrigues of San Juan Parish, Lisbon, Portugal.
In Tanguay's Genealogical Dictionary of Quebec Families he is listed as being from St. Jean de Lisbonne which is a phantom island in the Indian Ocean south of Madagascar that was mapped by mistake in the 17-18th centuries.

Jean Rodrigue was a Sailor and pilot of Ships. He bought and sold many properties in New France to make an estate which he passed onto his sons. Later in his life, Jean gifts his estate to his son Jean, and then his sons Rene and Vincent in order to secure shelter and care for himself and his wife Anne.

Resources:

Juan de Lisboa
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_de_Lisboa

The Rodrigue Families
http://www.famillesrodrigue.com/en/joao_bio.html 
Rodrigue, Jean (I757)
 
294 Biography: Occupation noted as a Tailor. Guillaume immigrated to New France between 1645 and 1656 from Sissone, Laon, Aisne, Picardy, France. He became quickly established as a land owner and married his neighbour's young daughter, Marie Magdeleine DeLaLonde. The couple had at least 10 children together that helped establish New France and now populates North America with their descendants.

Resources:

Guillaume Daoust by Mike Daoust and Francine Daoust Gearey
http://daoust53.homestead.com/GDaoust1.html 
D'Aoust, Guillaume (I1025)
 
295 Biography: Our research suggests that Louisa traveled to Canada in 1868 aboard the ship 'Hibernian' at 16 years of age as a Nurse. Louisa was on one of the first Canadian shipments arranged by Maria Rye, connected to the early British Home Child Immigration scheme: https://personal.uwaterloo.ca/marj/genealogy/reports/report1868.html
Louisa confirms on the 1901 Canadian Census that she arrived in 1870. On the 1871 Canadian Census Louisa Booth is noted as a Servant in the household of Marjorie and William Clare at 953 Sainte Catherine Street, Montreal, Quebec. William is a Druggist with several children ages 27-6 years of age.
In 1874 Louisa and Robert married. The pair have 5 known children. 
Booth Peers, Louisa Mary (I1793)
 
296 Biography: Returned Iroquois Captive.

Habitants and Voyageurs: Adventures in French-Canadian and Anishinaabe Genealogy
http://habitantsandvoyageurs.blogspot.ca/2011/03/captured-by-iroquoisand-returned.html

History's Odds and Sods
Ghosts From The Past...Bringing History to Life
http://ghosts-from-the-past.blogspot.ca/2013/03/french-canadian-ancestry.html 
Bougery, Marie Madeleine (I1227)
 
297 Biography: Reynold Kelley took an Oath of Fidelity in 1674 at Pemaquid, Maine. Descendants suggest that he originally came from Ireland, but made his home at Monheghen where his father-in-law, John Darling was a well established man.
Reynold became a Juryman at Pemaquid, from all accounts, a man to uphold the law and protect the citizens of the colony.

His wife, Johanna or Hannah Darling who remarried to James Mander, bequeathed a portion of land originally belonging to Renold Kelly to her Nephew, Richard Welch. The land was adjoining to her father's, John Darling. This was noted in the 'Maine Historical Recorder' on 7 Aug 1717.

Resources:

'History of Boothbay, Southport and Boothbay Harbor, Maine 1623-1905 With Family Genealogies' by Francis Byron Green

'The Genealogical History of the Kelley Family' by Honourable Herman Alfred Kelley

'The Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire' by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter Goodwin Davis

The Darling Family in America by Horace Lyman Weeks and William Montgomery Clemens
https://archive.org/details/darlingfamilyina00week 
Kelly, Reynold (I1074)
 
298 Biography: Sarah Allen or Allyn was born 1 May 1692 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, United States of America. She was the daughter of Mercy Painter and Edward Allen, second generation New Englanders who had been in North America for at least 70 years. She was captured at the Battle of Deerfield by Mohawk and forced to walk to Quebec, Canada where she is sold into slavery in the household of Jean Quenet a wealthy land owner. She remained in Canada and converted to Catholicism in 1705, taking the name Marie Madeleine Sire (Sara or Sarah) Helene.
In 1707 her father, Edward Allen attended a mission to attempt to recover more of the captives from Deerfield, it was the third effort of it's kind, lead by Ensign John Sheldon and accompanied by Deacon Edmund Rice. There is no proof that Edward met with Sarah during this time, we only know that Sarah did not return to Massachusetts with her family and instead remained in Canada.
In 1710 she married Guillaume Lalonde dit L'Esperance and they have 13 children together, 9 boys and 4 girls. Interesting to note is that the couple's first son was named Edouard Lalonde.

Resources:

The Lalonde Family Website
http://web.uvic.ca/~lalonde/history/

Deerfield Captives of 1704
http://www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

The French and Indian raid on Deerfield Massachusetts, 1704 by James Nohl Churchyard
http://www.crossmyt.com/hc/gen/deerfild.html

Wikipedia: Raid on Deerfield
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raid_on_Deerfield 
Allen, Sarah (I934)
 
299 Biography: Survivor of Sinking of the Empress of Ireland.

Engaged to his cousin, Sarah Ellen 'Nellie' Jones. The pair were travelling to England to get permission from the Jones family to wed aboard the Empress of Ireland. Nellie's parents were Mary Amelia Pearce and Enos Jones who lived in and about Stourbridge, Dudley, West Midlands, England. On the 29th of May, 1914, only 12 hours after leaving port, the Empress of Ireland was hit by a Norwegian coalship called the 'Storstad'. The ship sank into the St. Laurence River in only 14 minutes. 1012 of the 1477 people on board perished.
George was saved. Nellie drowned.

Resources:
Closet Skeletons Galore: Our blog with the whole story:
http://skeletongen.blogspot.ca/2014/06/the-heartbreaking-tragedy-of-sarah.html

Empress of Ireland Commemoration:
http://www.empress2014.ca/seclangen/listepsc3.html

The Black Country Bugle:
http://www.blackcountrybugle.co.uk/100th-anniversary-forgotten-liner-disaster/story-21152002-detail/story.html

http://www.blackcountrybugle.co.uk/loss-Empress-Ireland-poisoner-Dr-Crippen-s/story-21185692-detail/story.html 
Hedgecoe, Richard George (I2038)
 
300 Biography: Talented and dedicated family genealogist Ray Pleau passed away in 2008. His work on the Hedgecoe-Hitchcock families was an irreplaceable contribution to the family lines. 'The Ray' as he often referred to himself as, lived a full and accomplished life. He worked for 3M and had a 37 year long successful executive career, and was a Horse breeder and loving Father. Pleau, Joseph Raymond Amie (I2063)
 
301 Biography: The daughter of Marie Simiot and Abel Moisan from La Rochelle, Charente Maritime, Poitou Charentes, France, Francoise Moisan came to Canada in 1663. She married Antoine Brunet dit Belhumeur in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The pair had at least seven children.

In 1688 there were numerous rumours and tales of Francoise's behaviour. These accounts are erratic and their validation seems somewhat contrived. According to the book written by Peter Gagne, Jean Patenaude was the husband of Francoise's daughter, who died in child birth in 1686. Jean remarried to Marie Robidou, who Francoise had befriended and visited often. When people of the town realized Jean's relationship to Francoise, they supposedly warned him of her reputation. One might question why they'd speak up about her reputation after the death of his wife - Her very daughter. Or why he didn't know of the family's reputation before he courted and married Marie Brunet in the first place.
When Jean accused Francoise of her behaviour both Francoise and her son, Francois 'mistreated him', leaving us to assume they denied the allegations of prostitution and scandalous behaviour.

Jean went to the authorities, according to Gagne, to get his wife to return home. This suggests that not only were the women friends, but for some reason Francoise felt the need to shelter Marie Robidou.
Jean Patenaude alleged that "for quite some time, several people have engaged in a sinister commerce with the said Bellehumeur woman, who ha s always been the ruin and the cause of debaucher of the youth of the entire Cote Saint-Francois and who continues to live in such infamy".

This statement was backed up by Francoise's lovers and soldiers who all claimed to have slept with her. One lover suggesting that he slept in the barn when Francoise's husband was home, and then went back to her bed when he went away. The worse accusation was that "she was even so brazen that to satisfy her brutality she had no concern if her daughters who were twelve or thirteen years old were prostitutes."

In all of this 'testimony' the only apparent action taken was to ban contact between Francoise's former son-in-law's second wife. Rather odd, when you consider that the one woman, Catherine Guichelin, who had similar charges made against her, was banished from Quebec City altogether.

Proof that Marguerite and Barbe-Angelique Brunet had been forced into prostitution has not been recovered.

Resources:

Thelma Deschamps Genealogy
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/e/s/Thelma-Deschamps-/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0050.html

"King's Daughters and Founding Mothers: The Filles du Roi, 1663-1673" by Peter J. Gagne 
Moisan, Francoise (I922)
 
302 Biography: The oldest son of Lady Margaret and Sir George Home, the 10th Baron of Wedderburn. He served with his Father, Sir George Home in 1715 with the Jacobite Army in the Rebellion for the House of Stuart and was captured at Preston in Lancashire, England and imprisoned. He was tried and condemned, and faced exile verses being executed. According to one version of his story, his pardon was on the condition that he leave Scotland and not return. According to another, he was sold to Virginia along with other Jacobites in 1716.
He came to North America and began a life in Virginia as a Surveyor for Spotsylvania County. He was George Washington's teacher for Surveying.
George Hume married Elizabeth Proctor in 1727. The pair had at least six sons.
He was commissioned as Lieutenant in Captain William Bledso's Company of the Virginia Militia against the indigenous peoples of North America.

Resources:

The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography - Letters from and to George hume of Virginia, formerly of Wedderburn, Scotland.
http://www.jstor.org/

Clan Home
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clan_Home 
Hume, Lieutenant George (I618)
 
303 Biography: The origins of John Darling have been suggested as England, Scotland and Ireland. It is also possible that he was the son of Anne Batten and John Darling of Bristol, England who was a merchant.

John Darling was a Master Fisherman and resident of Monhegan Island, who owned land both there and at Permaquid (Bristol), Maine and in Salem, Massachusetts. He belonged to the Militia of Devonshire, and was Sargent of Monhegan from 1674-1678. He also served as Justice of the Peace in Pemaquid along side with Reynold Kelly, his son-in-law and Robert Edmunds, who's son would marry his Granddaughter Mary Kelly.
He lived in Boston from 1700-1713, after the Siege of Permaquid in which at least four of his daughters and granddaughters were taken captive by the Abenaki and sold into slavery in Quebec, Canada.

John was married at least twice, to Mary Bishop and later to Bethia Meacham Hacker, however we believe he had first married Grace Gridley, daughter of Grace Surrey and Richard Gridley of Boston. Mary Bishop herself had a marriage before she wed John Darling with John Barnett, it was common to merge households in such a fashion after being widowed. Children's ages all seem to suggest these marriages were probable. Sources note that Mary Bishop and John Darling had five children together, but only Thomas Eliakim survived his father.

Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Pemaquid_(1689)

The Darling Family in America by Horace Lyman Weeks and William Montgomery Clemens
https://archive.org/details/darlingfamilyina00week

The Darling Family Genealogy
http://www.moonsmusings.com/genealogy/johndarling.html

'The Story of Pemaquid' by James Otis, Thomas Y. Crowell & Company, 1902

'History of Boothbay, Southport and Boothbay Harbor, Maine 1623-1905 With Family Genealogies' by Francis Byron Green

'The Genealogical History of the Kelley Family' by Honourable Herman Alfred Kelley

'The Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire' by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter Goodwin Davis

'George Darling of Lynn and Marblehead and Some of His Descendants, 1650 to 1920' by Lou Ella Johnson Martin and William Albert Martin 
Darling, John (I1076)
 
304 Biography: The St. Vrain family has origins deeply entrenched in French history, and a family tree that can be followed into the 1300s in France. Historical documents providing the familiar lineage are kept in the archives of the Missouri Historical Society (An outline of which can be found online http://www.mohistory.org/files/archives_guides/DelassusCollection.pdf in pdf file).

Marquis Pierre Charles DeHault DeLassus DeLuziere emigrated to the United States in 1790 to escape the French Revolution. Originally Marquis Pierre Charles de Hault Delassus and his wife Madame Domitile Josepha Dumont, Danzin de Beaufort, were natives Bouchaine, Northern France. Pierre was a Chevalier (Knight) within the Court and Cousin of King Louis XVI, and a Knight of the Grand Cross of the Royal Order of St. Michael. Papers exist in the Missouri collection with his notation of relation to the King of France.

After arriving in America the Marquis went by 'M. de Luziere'. He and his family first lived near modern Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and then attempted to establish a French colony in Gallipolis, Ohio. By 1793 the family's funds were depleting and they relocated yet again along the Missouri River. M. de Luziere went on and served as civil and military commander of the new settlement New Bourbon, for over ten years, before returning again to the Sainte Genevieve area of Missouri in 1804.

M. de Luziere died in 1806 and was buried in Memorial Cemetery, Sainte Genevieve, Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri, United States of America. 
de Hault de Lassus, Marquis Pierre Charles (I1044)
 
305 Biography: Thomas Edmunds was the son of Master Fisherman Robert Edmunds who resided at the Pemaquid settlement before it was attacked and fell along with Fort Charles. Thomas Edmunds was mostly likely a captive of the Abernaki who was last seen in Pemaquid, Maine on 5 Aug 1689. It is probable that Thomas Edmunds converted to Catholicism after his capture and was baptized with the name Jean Baptiste Emond, although the surname is seen recorded in a variety of different spellings over the years.

It is estimated that Thomas Edmunds was born about 1665, making him about 24 years of age upon their capture and enslavement. From 1689 to 1695 there have been no further records discovered for Mary Kelly and Thomas Edmunds. It is assumed somewhere along the trail of their most remarkable trek from Maine to Quebec that they were married, or had at least been engaged before they were abducted. It is unknown if Mary Kelly's mother, Hannah or Johannah Darling Kelly was originally captured as well, but if she had been, she was released as we know she was remarried in Boston by 1689 to James Mander. It is confirmed that Grace Darling Hegerman (Aunt to Mary Kelly) and her daughter Jane was also captured. Grace's husband Denys pursued his wife until his own capture and the couple was reunited in 1693. They were freed by 1694 and their story is very well documented.

Two children where baptized in Nov 1695, Mary Margaret and Charles John, of parents Mary Kelly and Jean Baptiste Emond. From all available information, it appears that the couple decide to stay in Quebec as farmers rather than return to New England after they were freed due to political pressures. The couple later had a daughter named Marie Claire and a son named Jean Baptiste Haimond. They lived a quiet life in Quebec, and are survived by many descendants.

Resources:
Hemond - Soucisse - Aidus Family Genealogy: http://genealogy.hemond.com/

The Genealogical Dictionary of French Canadian Families by Father Cyprien Tanguay
http://bibnum2.banq.qc.ca/bna/dicoGenealogie/ 
Edmunds, Thomas (I1068)
 
306 Biography: Urbain was captured by the Iroquois on 24 Mar 1661 and later released, although his family did not know if he survived as many of the captives were tortured and killed. He lost a finger, but was liberated by Father Simon Lemoine 31 Aug 1661 with the remaining 8 captives.

There is a dedicated plaque at The Royal Trust Company, Rue Saint Jacques in Montreal, Canada for Urbain Tessier commemorating his original land grant which was the 8th of it's kind.

Sources:
The Family of Urbain Tessier dit Lavigne & Wife Marie Archambault of Montreal, Canada
http://www.sadiesparks.com/urbaintessier.htm 
Tessier dit Lavigne, Urbain (I980)
 
307 Biography: Andrew lived on a Farm in Iron Hill that raised horses and ponies as well as other livestock, and had a working sugar bush. Hilda and Andrew took in Foster Children for years and the couple adopted twice. Howard, Andrew Herbert (I1486)
 
308 Biography: Andrew Nickle and James Forbes Nickle were brothers who immigrated together to Quebec, Canada. Andrew Nickle came first in 1882 aboard the 'Parisian'. James Forbes Nickle came in 1883 with his wife Eliza and his sister-in-law Mary Ann Nelson Nickle.

Matilda Nickle's marriage record to Andrew Sym in 1868 states her parents are Mary Forbes and Andrew Nickle.

In 1885 at the Knox Presbyterian Church there was a marriage between Margaret Forbes Nickle and William Buckingham that notes Margaret Forbes Nickle was the daughter of then deceased Andre Nickle, and Mary Forbes. Mary Forbes Nickle lived with her daughter Margaret Forbes Nickle Buckingham and her husband, William Buckingham until her death.
In 1904 Mary Forbes Nickle was buried in Mount Royal Cemetery in Montreal, Quebec with her family. Her death record confirms she was the widow of Andrew Nickle of Strabane, Ireland and was signed by William Buckingham. 
Family F710
 
309 Biography: In 1717 Guillaume Lalonde did a season as a Voyager in the Fur Trade. The rest of his life he was committed to farming. The family moved around considerably, mostly do to the threat of raids from aggressive native populations and War that spilled over from Europe between England and France. When Guillaume returned from his year west they moved from Baie D'Urfe to Ile Perrot at Pointe aux Moulin. Pointe aux Moulin is now a scenic park where the old mill from the times has been restored at they do historical reenactment.

Pointe aux Moulin Historical Park:
http://www.pointedumoulin.com/

Some time after 1727 the family relocated again to the area of Cedars in Soulanges where the parish became Saint Joseph de Soulanges Parish which still stands today. Guillaume was buried within the Church burial grounds according to records and historical timeline, the same year the Church was opened.

Saint Joseph de Soulanges Parish:
http://www.paroissestjoseph.org/ 
Lalonde dit L'Esperance, Guillaume (I933)
 
310 Biography: Katherine Stephens was the daughter of Mary and Nathaniel Stevens of Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States of America. Mary is suggested to be from Dover, Stafford, New Hampshire, United States of America. Her surname might have been Murray. The pair also had a daughter, Mary, a son named Nathaniel. After the death of Mary, Nathaniel remarried to a woman named Mehitabel Colcord, and the pair had three more children. The Stevens were residents of the Pemaquid settlement before it was attacked and fell along with Fort Charles. Nathaniel Stevens was killed only days before, on 2 Aug 1689 and his children Katherine (11-13) and her half sibling Samuel (9) became captives of the Abernaki in Pemaquid, Maine on 5 Aug 1689. According to familial genealogist Katherine remained at the Abenaki's Catholic Mission near Quebec City until 1695.

Katherine took on the name Marie Francoise and was raised by the family of Louise Douaire and Nicolas Pineau in Quebec, Canada. Due to the language barrier, her surname was recorded in a variety of different ways attempting to spell out the surname 'Stevens'. Katherine notes she was a native of New England, born in a place called Abscadois, the sc crossed out on the original document, according to Emma Coleman's research on English Captives. Upon her marriage Katherine thinks she is 19, when she was closer to the age of 21. She was gifted a dowry of 200 Livres by Jean Fredain, secretary of Monseignore de Champigny.

On 1 Aug 1697 Katherine was married to Jacques Paquet where it was noted by the parish priest Father Francois Dupre that she was about 19 years of age, the daughter of Nestyus and Marie Meray. It has been suggested that the priest was attempting to document N. Stevens despite the language barrier, and that repeatedly through out Katherine's life the same attempts are made in different variations.

Katherine, or Marie Francois and Jacques Paquet would go on to have at least 13 children.

Resources:

Rootsweb Mailing list - Conversation between Suzanne Boivin Sommerville and Mona Rainville with contributions by others:
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/QUEBEC-RESEARCH/2006-10/1159786145

Life Summary and Final Will and Testament of John Stevens:
http://www.themorrisclan.com/

The Genealogy of Patty Rose:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pattyrose/ 
Stevens, Katherine (I979)
 
311 Biography: Kill in the Sinking of the Empress of Ireland.

Engaged to her cousin, Richard George Hitchcock of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Sarah Ellen 'Nellie' Jones was traveling home to England to get permission from the Jones family to wed. Nellie traveled with Richard aboard the Empress of Ireland. Her Aunt, Richard's mother, Martha Jones had traveled ahead of them and at first the family believed it was Martha who had been killed.
Nellie's parents were Mary Amelia Pearce and Enos Jones who lived in and about Stourbridge, Dudley, West Midlands, England. On the 29th of May, 1914, only 12 hours after leaving port, the Empress of Ireland was hit by a Norwegian coalship called the 'Storstad'. The ship sank into the St. Laurence River in only 14 minutes. 1012 of the 1477 people on board perished.
George was saved. Nellie drowned.

Resources:
Closet Skeletons Galore: Our blog with the whole story:
http://skeletongen.blogspot.ca/2014/06/the-heartbreaking-tragedy-of-sarah.html

Empress of Ireland Commemoration:
http://www.empress2014.ca/seclangen/listepsc3.html

The Black Country Bugle:
http://www.blackcountrybugle.co.uk/100th-anniversary-forgotten-liner-disaster/story-21152002-detail/story.html

http://www.blackcountrybugle.co.uk/loss-Empress-Ireland-poisoner-Dr-Crippen-s/story-21185692-detail/story.html 
Jones, Sarah Ellen (I2087)
 
312 Biography: Life Account

- Pierre first married Domitille Delassus in France, she died before the Revolution.

- Pierre left France for Haiti where there was an uprising and he fled Haiti to Philadelphia.

- An early resident of New Madrid, Pierre became a prominent merchant of the Mississippi Valley before moving to New Orleans in 1800.

- After Louisiana was transferred to the United States, Pierre became active in politics, being a member of the group that opposed English common law for Louisiana. He helped author the State Constitution based on traditional French and Spanish law.

- Pierre served on the Louisiana Supreme Court, served as Secretary of State, and was elected Governor in 1820 until 1828.

- Pierre died 6 Oct 1829 in Gretna, Louisiana after he was thrown from a horse drawn carriage. 
Derbigny, Governor Pierre Augustin Charles Bourguingnon (I1102)
 
313 Biography: Royal was possibly a twin, both sisters having been purchased, as was their custom, by the exchange of horses between her kin and Marcellin.
Unproven family lore suggests that Royal was Marcellin's favourite wife, and that her twin killed herself in jealousy by hanging herself from a cottonwood tree outside the Fort.

Charles St. Vrain (Son of Rel and Marcellin St. Vrain) confirms that he left Bents Fort on the occasion of a native woman hanging herself from the cottonwood trees, however he does not confirm this woman was his Aunt, nor his Father's second wife in his account. 
Red Cloud, Royal (I899)
 
314 Biography: Served as an officer in the French Navy, immigrated to America in 1795. de Hault de Lassus de St. Vrain, Captain Jacques Marcellin Ceran (I932)
 
315 Birth

Name: Lambert Bush
Birth Date: Abt 1881
Gender: Male
Age: 30
Spouse: Barbara Blaich
Child: Dorathy Bush
FHL Film Number: 1288231 
Bush, Dorothy (I514)
 
316 Birth

Name: Lambert Bush
Birth Date: Abt 1882
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 38
Spouse: Barbara Blaich
Child: Shirley June Bush
FHL Film Number: 1308629 
Bush, Shirley June (I513)
 
317 Birth and Death information from the Fuhrmann family history, compiled from the Church register of Evangelisch Lutheran in Grossbundenbach, Germany 1715-1798. Family F98
 
318 Birth and Death information from the Fuhrmann family history, compiled from the Church register of Evangelisch Lutheran in Grossbundenbach, Germany 1715-1798. Family F99
 
319 Birth date conflict 16 Aug 1887 according to Birth Record from Ontario, 16 Jul 1887 according to the 1901 Census of Canada. His original birth form has a black mark through the page. Scott, Calvin Alfred (I294)
 
320 Birth Date Conflict: Baptism records suggest that Louisa was born on 11 Jul 1852, rather than her reported birth date of 11 Aug 1854. The earlier date is supported by the shipping manifest from her immigration.  Booth Peers, Louisa Mary (I1793)
 
321 Birth Date Conflict: Location of Spanish Lake is confirmed but the date is conflicted. Sources on Ancestry.com and Wikipedia state 15 May 1802, while the Missouri Museum research states he was born in 1798. de Lassus de St. Vrain, Colonel Ceran (I1007)
 
322 Birth Date Variation: On the 1901 Canadian Census Martha is living with her daughter, Margaret Ann Scott Lowry where she notes her birth date as 25 Sep 1828. Gordon, Martha (I305)
 
323 Birth Date Variation: Year of birth changes on US Census records between 1833-1837. McCusker, Bridget (I2994)
 
324 Birth Date Variation: 20 Sep 1902. Campbell, Mary (I566)
 
325 Birth Date Variation: Census and Grave Stone suggest Lalley was born about 1848, however he was younger than Olive and not accounted for on the 1850 Census with his family, suggesting he was actually born about 1850-1851. Doney, Leonide (I1371)
 
326 Birth Date Variation: His Baptism record states he was born 18 Jan 1869. Farley, Francis (I1482)
 
327 Birth Date Variation: Other date of birth recorded as 28 Jan 1900. Tillery, William Harden (I2849)
 
328 Birth Date Variation: Second World War registration card notes he was born on the 5th, while his death record notes his birth date was the 4th. Chick, Private Oscar Wellington (I2784)
 
329 Birth Date Variation: The 1901 Canadian Census noted her birth date as 20 Dec 1887, however she was Baptized on 29 Nov 1887. Bedard, Marie Odila (I104)
 
330 Birth Date Variation: The 1901 Canadian Census notes her birth date as 15 Mar 1890, however her Baptism record notes that she was born by the 15 of Jan 1890. Bedard, Marie Victoria (I105)
 
331 Birth dates come into question for this line, most of their memorials note the children of Sarah Benson and William Hume as born in the 1770s, however the couple wasn't married until 1782 and therefore birth of their children is likely a decade later than confirmed sources note. Family F186
 
332 Birth record states he was born on the 8th of July, however he later notes in his war records that he was born on the 23 of the month. St. Vrain, Roy Marcellin (I980)
 
333 Birth Year Variation: On her gravestone, Mary Rachel is noted as having been born in 1839 which corresponds with the transcription of her Baptism. However, on at least the 1850 and 1870 US Census she is born about 1836, supporting that she is indeed the daughter of Theresa Carrico and James Murphy. Murphy, Mary Rachel (I3644)
 
334 Birth Year Variation: The 1850 Census suggests Sarah is 62 years of age, making her born in 1788. However then she would have been 12 upon having her first child in 1800. Most family records suggest she was born in 1769 and married in 1787 - However, William wasn't born until 1800, so it's more likely that all the dates are off. We're seeking an Indiana marriage record as all attempts at locating anything in North Carolina have come up empty. Bryant, Sarah (I418)
 
335 Birth Year Variation: Year of birth noted between 1883-1886. Figur, Julia (I18)
 
336 Birth Year Variation: Born between 1810 and 1812 on Census, in Kentucky. Baker, Thomas VanTrump (I844)
 
337 Birth Year Variation: Original record suggests she was born in 1652, where as the transcription claims 1654. Bougery, Marie Madeleine (I1227)
 
338 Birth year variations appear on census and various records through out his life. However, family records and his headstone suggest he was born in 1871, so we are conforming to that date unless a birth certificate is found suggesting differently. Miller, Reverend Roscoe Cole Senior (I54)
 
339 Birthdate taken from Headstone Bandes, George (I78)
 
340 Blair Ancestors:
https://www.kinsleuth.com/bl_anc.htm 
Family F1346
 
341 Bob's Genealogy Filing Cabinet: Southern and Colonial Genealogies. Some Background on the Garlands of New Kent and Hanover.
http://www.genfiles.com/hester/some-background-on-the-garlands-of-new-kent-and-hanover/ 
Family F1309
 
342 Book: American Marriage Records Before 1699 - William Montgomery Clemens (Online)
https://books.google.ca/books?id=1ZgYZ0Qr1IgC&dq=Edward+Allen+of+Ipswich&source=gbs_navlinks_s 
Family F353
 
343 Born after his Father's death in 1740. Given, Captain George (I2575)
 
344 Born at home at 4:30am. Home address was 230 Bank Street, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK Baker, James II (I275)
 
345 Brian was killed in a car accident outside of Brockville, Ontario, Canada. Walker, Brian Scott (I1490)
 
346 Bristol, England, Select Church of England Parish Registers, 1720-1933
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Name: Annie Knight
Gender: Female
Baptism Date: 29 Jun 1856
Baptism Place: Pucklechurch, St Thomas a Becket, Gloucestershire, England
Father: Daniel Knight
Mother: Anne  
Knight, Annie (I263)
 
347 Bristol, England, Select Church of England Parish Registers, 1720-1933
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Name: Daniel Hall Knight
Gender: Male
Baptism Date: 27 Jul 1863
Baptism Place: Pucklechurch, St Thomas a Becket, Gloucestershire, England
Father: Daniel Knight
Mother: Ann Knight  
Knight, Daniel Hall (I254)
 
348 Bristol, England, Select Church of England Parish Registers, 1720-1933
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Name: Daniel Knight
Gender: Male
Baptism Date: 2 Nov 1828
Baptism Place: Westerleigh, St James the Great, Gloucestershire, England
Father: Moses Knight
Mother: Anne Knight  
Knight, Daniel (I260)
 
349 Bristol, England, Select Church of England Parish Registers, 1720-1933
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Name: Miriam Hall Knight
Baptism Date: 10 Jul 1865
Baptism Place: Westerleigh, St James the Great, Gloucestershire, England
Father: Daniel Knight
Mother: Ann Knight  
Knight, Mariam Hall (I271)
 
350 British Columbia Death Registrations, 1872-1986
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Death Date: 08 Sep 1941
Death Place: New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Name: Mary Amelia Holloway
Gender: Female
Age: 57y 5m 30d
Birth Date: 09 Mar 1884
Birthplace: , England
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: John Holloway
Father: Enos Jones
Mother: Mary Pearce
Indian Agency:
Indian Band/tribe:
Film Number: 1953632
Digital Folder Number: 4437666
Image Number: 2539
British Columbia Archives Film Number: B13172
Registration Number: 5957 
Jones, Mary Amelia (I2090)
 
351 British Columbia Death Registrations, 1872-1986
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Death Date: 19 Sep 1917
Death Place: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Name: John Bentley
Gender: Male
Age: 55y 22d
Birth Date: 1865
Birthplace: Yorkshire, England
Marital Status: Married
Father: Matthew Bentley
Mother: Mary Ann Calvert
Film Number: 1927293
Digital Folder Number: 4437647
Image Number: 2259
British Columbia Archives Film Number: B13083
Registration Number: 17-08-035919 
Bentley, John (I1533)
 
352 British Columbia Death Registrations, 1872-1986
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Name: Delina Harkness
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 11 Mar 1975
Event Place: White Rock, British Columbia, Canada
Gender: Female
Age: 79
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 11 Aug 1895
Birthplace: Scotland
Father's Name: Donald Mcbride
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Cossar
Spouse's Name: Alexander Harkness
Affiliate Film Number: B13341
GS Film number: 2050441
Digital Folder Number: 004479349
Image Number: 00636
Registration Number: 75 09 004971 
McBride, Delina (I471)
 
353 British Columbia Death Registrations, 1872-1986
Name: Annie Edith Stelfox or Hanson
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 4 Jul 1892
Birth Place: England
Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse's Name: Andrew Hanson
Death Age: 79
Death Date: 3 Jun 1972
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 72-09-007880
Affiliate Film Number: B13317
GSU or GS Film Number: 2034300 
Knight, Annie Edith (I236)
 
354 British Columbia, Canada, Birth Index, 1872-1903
Ancestry.com

Name: Aileen Gladys Bentley
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 30 Aug 1901
Birth Location: Victoria
Registration number: 1901-09-012722
BCA Number: B13817
GSU Number: 2134887 
Bentley, Eileen Gladys (I1684)
 
355 British Columbia, Canada, Birth Index, 1872-1903
Ancestry.com

Name: Arabella Violet Bentley
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 15 Jan 1896
Birth Location: Victoria
Registration number: 1896-09-008067
BCA Number: B13812
GSU Number: 2134882 
Bentley, Arabella Violet (I1681)
 
356 British Columbia, Canada, Birth Index, 1872-1903
Ancestry.com

Name: Douglas Calvert Bentley
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 29 Aug 1899
Birth Location: Victoria
Registration number: 1899-09-011226
BCA Number: B13815
GSU Number: 2134885 
Bentley, Douglas Calvert (I1683)
 
357 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Angus Popplewell
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1863
Death Age: 52
Death Date: 2 May 1915
Death Location: Kamloops
Registration number: 1915-09-205773
BCA Number: B13112
GSU Number: 1927140 
Popplewell, Angus McIntyre (I1840)
 
358 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Arabella Jane Bentley
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1863
Death Age: 82
Death Date: 3 Apr 1945
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1945-09-660704
BCA Number: B13187
GSU Number: 2032324 
Cassidy, Arabella Jane (I1678)
 
359 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Douglas Calvert Bentley
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1900
Death Age: 65
Death Date: 22 Oct 1965
Death Location: Nelson
Registration number: 1965-09-013309
BCA Number: B13274
GSU Number: 2033798 
Bentley, Douglas Calvert (I1683)
 
360 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Elizabeth Cossar Barr
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1902
Death Age: 85
Death Date: 30 Oct 1987
Death Location: Victoria
Registration number: 1987-09-017622
BCA Number: B17105
GSU Number: 1669938 
McBride, Elizabeth (I384)
 
361 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: John Alexander Popplewell
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1894
Death Age: 68
Death Date: 5 Nov 1962
Death Location: West Summerland
Registration number: 1962-09-013453
BCA Number: B13259
GSU Number: 2033501 
Popplewell, John Alexander (I1847)
 
362 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: John Andrew Bentley
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1894
Death Age: 70
Death Date: 23 Dec 1964
Death Location: North Vancouver
Registration number: 1964-09-016552
BCA Number: B13270
GSU Number: 2033723 
Bentley, John Andrew (I1680)
 
363 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: John Bevan Jenkins
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1887
Death Age: 65
Death Date: 26 Apr 1952
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1952-09-004679
BCA Number: B13211
GSU Number: 2032860 
Jenkins, John Bevan (I983)
 
364 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Pauline Ellen Jenkins
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1897
Death Age: 76
Death Date: 27 Nov 1973
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1973-09-016605
BCA Number: B13328
GSU Number: 2050141 
St. Vrain, Marie Appolline Helene (I981)
 
365 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Ricardo Mellado
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1895
Death Age: 57
Death Date: 3 Nov 1952
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1952-09-010516
BCA Number: B13213
GSU Number: 2032862 
Medallo, Ricardo (I1697)
 
366 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Wilfred Barbe
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1898
Death Age: 65
Death Date: 10 Jan 1963
Death Location: Saanich
Registration number: 1963-09-001127
BCA Number: B13260
GSU Number: 2033502 
Barbe, Wilfrid (I1705)
 
367 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: Arthur Elmer N Lahmer
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1895
Death Age: 56
Death Date: 28 May 1951
Death Location: Victoria
Registration Number: 1951-09-006603
BCA Number: B13208
GSU Number: 2032700 
Lahmer, Arthur Elmer Nelson (I915)
 
368 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: Daniel Klann
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1892
Death Age: 75
Death Date: 8 Jun 1967
Death Location: Vernon
Registration Number: 1967-09-007904
BCA Number: B13284
GSU Number: 2033928 
Klann, Daniel Christian (I64)
 
369 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: John C Smith
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1848
Death Age: 86
Death Date: 8 Sep 1934
Death Location: Ladner
Registration Number: 1934-09-488637
BCA Number: B13150
GSU Number: 1952856 
Smith, John Carline (I183)
 
370 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: Merle Alexander Dinahan
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1891
Death Age: 64
Death Date: 3 Apr 1955
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1955-09-004439
BCA Number: B13223
GSU Number: 2032984 
Thompson Dinahan, Merle Alexander (I3250)
 
371 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: Robert Thompson Dinahan
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1861
Death Age: 87
Death Date: 10 Mar 1948
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1948-09-003114
BCA Number: B13196
GSU Number: 2032480 
Thompson Dinahan, Robert (I3248)
 
372 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: Wilhelmina Klann
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1892
Death Age: 88
Death Date: 27 Jul 1980
Death Location: Vernon
Registration Number: 1980-09-012095
BCA Number: B13605
GSU Number: 2051481 
Stubel, Wilhelmine Albertine (I63)
 
373 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com
Name: Winifred Mary Dinahan
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1868
Death Age: 85
Death Date: 14 Mar 1953
Death Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1953-09-003231
BCA Number: B13215
GSU Number: 2032864 
Mullin, Winnifred Mary (I3243)
 
374 British Columbia, Canada, Death Index, 1872-1990
Ancestry.com

Name: Henry Popplewell
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1891
Death Age: 88
Death Date: 19 Aug 1979
Death Location: Vernon
Registration number: 1979-09-013284
BCA Number: B13597
GSU Number: 2055132 
Popplewell, Henry (I1846)
 
375 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com

Name: Arabella Violet Bentley
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Ricardo Mellado
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 16 Dec 1914
Marriage Location: Victoria
Registration number: 1914-09-028006
BCA Number: B11371
GSU Number: 1983528 
Family F644
 
376 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com

Name: Douglas Calvert Bentley
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Florence Annie D Stevens
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 14 Jul 1920
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1920-09-221879
BCA Number: B12905
GSU Number: 2032874 
Family F648
 
377 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com

Name: Eilleen Gladys Bentley
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Howard Douglas Linthlop
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 21 Jun 1918
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1918-09-188366
BCA Number: B11388
GSU Number: 1984109 
Family F649
 
378 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com

Name: Florence Mellado
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Frank Harvey Bentley
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 12 Jan 1920
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1920-09-210291
BCA Number: B12904
GSU Number: 2032873 
Family F640
 
379 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com

Name: John Andrew Bentley
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Murray Morgan
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 31 Dec 1930
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1930-09-386623
BCA Number: B13761
GSU Number: 2074557 
Family F643
 
380 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com

Name: Leona Gertrude Bentley
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Wilfrid Barbe
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 25 Mar 1921
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration number: 1921-09-227551
BCA Number: B12906
GSU Number: 2032869 
Family F650
 
381 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
Ancestry.com
Name: G Linthlop
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Archibald D McPherson
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 28 Jul 1934
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1934-09-416925
BCA Number: B13767
GSU Number: 2135986 
Family F1194
 
382 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
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Name: Mabel Kathleen T Dinahan
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Francis B Scullion
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 10 Apr 1915
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1915-09-080994
BCA Number: B11379
GSU Number: 1983707 
Family F1237
 
383 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
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Name: Merle A T Dinahan
Gender: Male
Spouse Name: Florence Elsie Armstrong
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 16 Oct 1918
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1918-09-187017
BCA Number: B11388
GSU Number: 1984109 
Family F1236
 
384 British Columbia, Canada, Marriage Index, 1872-1935
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Name: T Dinahan
Gender: Female
Spouse Name: Harold Crawford Dunn
Spouse Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 30 Jan 1926
Marriage Location: Vancouver
Registration Number: 1926-09-301083
BCA Number: B13751
GSU Number: 2074504 
Family F1238
 
385 British Columbia, Death Registrations, 1872-1986
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Name: Robert James Toner
Event: Death
Event Date: 18 Apr 1977
Event Place: Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada
Gender: Male
Age: 87
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 01 Mar 1890
Birthplace: Kindem, Michigan United States
Father: Charles Toner
Mother: Emma Breckenridge
Spouse: Ruth Hazel Allard
British Columbia Archives Film Number: B13576
Film Number: 2050947
Digital Folder Number: 004479377
Image Number: 01501
Registration Number: 77 09 006142 
Toner, Robert James (I130)
 
386 British Columbia, Death Registrations, 1872-1986
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Name: Alvin James Toner
Event: Death
Event Date: 11 Oct 1973
Event Place: Maple Ridge B C, British Columbia, Canada
Gender: Male
Age: 52
Marital Status: Single
Birth Date: 01 Oct 1921
Birthplace: Bengough, Saskatchewan
Father: Robert James Toner
Mother: Ruth Hazel Allord
British Columbia Archives Film Number: B13327
Film Number: 2050140
Digital Folder Number: 004479335
Image Number: 02326
Registration Number: 73 09 013928 
Toner, Alvin James (I138)
 
387 British Columbia, Death Registrations, 1872-1986
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Name: Ruth Hazel Toner
Event: Death
Event Date: 16 Nov 1983
Event Place: New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
Gender: Female
Age: 86
Marital Status: Widowed
Birth Date: 07 Apr 1897
Birthplace: Ontonagon, Michigan
Father: Edward Moses Allard
Mother: Maggie May Livingstone
Spouse: Robert James Toner
British Columbia Archives Film Number: B13635
Film Number: 2073152
Digital Folder Number: 004479504
Image Number: 00377
Registration Number: 83 09 018292 
Allard, Ruth Hazel (I136)
 
388 British Home Child:
Canadian Archives Home Children (1869-1930)
http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/immigration/immigration-records/home-children-1869-1930/immigration-records/Pages/item.aspx?IdNumber=100598&

Surname: STONE
Given Name: Anne M
Age: 8
Sex: F
Ship: Tunisian
Year of Arrival: 1901
Departure Port: Liverpool
Departure Date: 1901-03-21
Arrival Port: Portland
Arrival Date: 1901-03-00
Party: Church of England Waifs & Strays
Comments: Eighteen children from the Church of England Waifs and Strays Society, going to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario or to Sherbrooke, Quebec.
Source: Family History Library
Reference: Family History Library, microfilm #1449400. Original records held at National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) 
Stone, Annie Margaret (I116)
 
389 British Newspaper Archive, Family Notices
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Name: John M'Lean
Event Type: Marriage Notice
Event Date: 29 Jun 1874
Event Place: Edinburgh, Edinburghshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Gender: Male
Spouse's Name: Williamina Cormack
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Father's Name: Robert Cormack
Digital Folder Number 102117624
Image Number 00331 
Family F63
 
390 Burial confirmation from St. John's Dixie Cemetery and Crematorium - Burial site of Arthur Ernest Hedgecoe Sr. and Caletta Rose Edith Walker.

Section by middle gate on the left - about half way up.
Lot number 123 Block A grave 1
Arthur is buried 'extra deep' and Edith is buried on top of him, so there's only one grave site. There is no stone or marker. 
Walker, Caletta Rose Edith (I5)
 
391 Burial confirmation from St. John's Dixie Cemetery and Crematorium - Burial site of Arthur Ernest Hedgecoe Sr. and Caletta Rose Edith Walker.

Section by middle gate on the left - about half way up.
Lot number 123 Block A grave 1
Arthur is buried 'extra deep' and Edith is buried on top of him, so there's only one grave site. There is no stone or marker. 
Hedgecoe, Arthur Ernest Senior (I4)
 
392 Burial date conflict, death certificate states burial on 13 Mar 1906 however the cemetery confirms burial date as 22 Mar 1906. Family stories note that Bridget O'Neill McKenna had to travel by train to the funeral in Denver, and it took her almost a week to get there, possibly explaining the delay in burial. McKenna, Thomas Edward (I52)
 
393 Burial in Section H, Range 6, Number 35. McKenna, Kate (I308)
 
394 Burial Information Confirmed:
TNGenWeb
Griffin Funeral Home Records of burials in Riverside Cemetery
http://www.tngenweb.org/records/madison/cemeteries/riverside/

Annie Ruth dau. of J. A. and L. I. Thompson, November 14, 1902-June 14, 1904
Plot Information: Lot 200, 10'x30' Plot 
Thompson, Annie Ruth (I2186)
 
395 Burial Information Confirmed:
TNGenWeb
Griffin Funeral Home Records of burials in Riverside Cemetery
http://www.tngenweb.org/records/madison/cemeteries/riverside/

Burial Book 13 Mar 1944 - 18 Jan 1949
pg. 267
Jesse A. Thompson
25 Nov 1859 - 25 Jun 1946
The names Lee Thompson and Lula Taylor were included in the record to confirm identity.

Plot Information: Lot 200, 10'x30' Plot 
Thompson, Jesse Allen (I2086)
 
396 Burial Information Confirmed:
TNGenWeb
Griffin Funeral Home Records of burials in Riverside Cemetery
http://www.tngenweb.org/records/madison/cemeteries/riverside/

Lula wife of J. A. Thompson, 9 May 1868 - 29 Aug 1911
Plot Information: Lot 200, 10'x30' Plot 
Taylor, Lula Idelia (I2179)
 
397 Burial performed by Saint Mark's Presbyterian Church in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Walker, Arthur John (I1810)
 
398 Burial records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1715-1821 include Chambers Bentley of Hardcastle who we believe is the same husband of Elizabeth Winders.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Chambers (I1741)
 
399 Burial records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1776 include Elizabeth, Wife of Charles Bentley of Coldstones Fold.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Chambers, Elizabeth (I1745)
 
400 Burial records for St. Mary and St. Cuthbert's from Pateley Bridge between 1751-1776 include Stephen, son of Chambers Bentley.

Website: http://greenhow-hill.org.uk/ 
Bentley, Stephen (I1749)
 
401 Burial rites performed by Saint John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Montreal, Quebec, in Mount Royal Cemetery.  Walker, Percy Robert (I1794)
 
402 Burial was completed by Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Mullin, John Healy (I196)
 
403 Burial:
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown. 
Miller, Edna Pearl (I57)
 
404 Buried 1876 in the family plot he paid for in 1861 through Notre Dame Basilica, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, however there is no note of him within the family plot beyond an almost illegible entry in the Drouin Records.
Notre Dame and Cote des Neiges Cemetery has no record of his burial in their listings, confirmation must be made thought the Basilica. 
McKenna, Thomas II (I18)
 
405 Buried in Hawthorndale Cemetery, Quebec, Canada, Lot 119 # 103. Farley, Grace Agnes (I1481)
 
406 Buried in Section G, 1724-V. Jones, Martha (I2033)
 
407 Buried in section J 2 Lot 00015, Notre Dame des Neige Cemetery in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McKenna, Patrick Charles (I58)
 
408 Buried in section J 2 Lot 00015, Notre Dame des Neige Cemetery in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Sexton, Mary Helen Gertrude (I95)
 
409 Buried in Section J2 00015, Notre Dame Des Neiges Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. McKenna, Marie Elizabeth Evelyn (I99)
 
410 Buried in Section L 1660-F. Bentley, Rose (I1493)
 
411 Buried with her husband, Angus Campbell (Auguste Canuel), in Section A-AA, located directly beside the grave of Eugene Camuel, infant son. Lequyer, Josephine (I558)
 
412 Buried with his wife, Josephine Lequyer, in Section A-AA, located directly beside the grave of Eugene Camuel, infant son. Canuel, Auguste (I557)
 
413 Buried:
Plot: 12, 0, 541 
Berry, Corporal Clyde Ray (I19)
 
414 Bush
Illinois, Cook County Deaths
Name Bush
Event Type Death
Event Date 21 Nov 1910
Event Place Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 1349 40th Court
Gender Male
Age 0
Race White
Birth Date 21 Nov 1910
Birthplace Chicago, ,
Funeral Home E G Hales
Cemetery Concordia
Father's Name Lambert Bush
Mother's Name Barabara Bush
Informant's Name John R Wallace
Entry Number 2175

Source: Family Search 
Bush, Unnamed (I516)
 
415 Caleb Johnson's Mayflower History:
http://mayflowerhistory.com/brewster-william/ 
Family F1358
 
416 California Birth Index, 1905-1995
Ancestry.com

Name: Mary P Tompkins
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1916
Gender: Female
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillenz
Birth County: Los Angeles 
Tompkins, Mary P (I1939)
 
417 California Birth Index, 1905-1995
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Name: Velma G Tompkins
Birth Date: 27 Mar 1921
Gender: Female
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillery
Birth County: Los Angeles 
Tompkins, Velma Grace (I1940)
 
418 California Birth Index, 1905-1995
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Name: Arthur A Farley
Birth Date: 30 Nov 1915
Gender: Male
Mother's Maiden Name: Clotfelt
Birth County: Tulare 
Farley, Arthur Alan (I2824)
 
419 California Birth Index, 1905-1995
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Name: Sprock
Birth Date: 14 Aug 1918
Gender: Female
Mother's Maiden Name: Stubelt
Birth County: Sacramento 
Sprock, Juanita Helen (I84)
 
420 California Birth Index, 1905-1995
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Name: Theo Farley
Birth Date: 25 Feb 1918
Gender: Female
Mother's Maiden Name: Clotfelt
Birth County: Tulare 
Farley, Theona (I2825)
 
421 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Kathleen May Simmons
[Kathleen May Pool]
Social Security #: 525283766
Sex: Female
Birth Date: 7 Feb 1917
Birthplace: New Mexico
Death Date: 18 Mar 1990
Death Place: Riverside
Mother's Maiden Name: May
Father's Surname: Pool 
Pool, Kathleen May (I741)
 
422 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Ross H Pool
Social Security #: 456182749
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 29 Sep 1893
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 5 Feb 1967
Death Place: San Bernardino
Mother's Maiden Name: McDaniel 
Pool, Private Ross Homer (I737)
 
423 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Roy Marcelin Stvrain
Social Security #: 562015680
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 23 Jun 1894
Birthplace: New Mexico
Death Date: 26 Aug 1951
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Roy
Father's Surname: Stvrain 
St. Vrain, Roy Marcellin (I980)
 
424 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Zenas Avery Tucker
Social Security #: 700038743
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 24 Feb 1897
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 16 Mar 1946
Death Place: Contra Costa
Mother's Maiden Name: Fentress
Father's Surname: Tucker 
Tucker, Zenas Avery (I1875)
 
425 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Clyde William Durnell
Social Security #: 572366032
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 28 Sep 1914
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 3 Mar 1987
Death Place: Yuba
Mother's Maiden Name: Bernard 
Durnell, Clyde William (I1792)
 
426 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Doven Durnell
Social Security #: 566100473
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 21 Sep 1909
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 1 Dec 1975
Death Place: Sacramento 
Durnell, Doven (I1776)
 
427 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Harry L Barnett
Social Security #: 0
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 6 May 1883
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 20 Nov 1958
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillery
Father's Surname: Barnett 
Barnett, Harry L (I2232)
 
428 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Mary Muburn Lightfoot
[Mary Muburn Noland]
Social Security #: 0
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 15 Feb 1861
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 21 Mar 1941
Death Place: Santa Cruz
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillery
Father's Surname: Noland 
Noland, Mary Muburn (I2285)
 
429 California Death Index, 1940-1997

Name: Rufus B Washburn
Social Security #: 574035284
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 5 Mar 1875
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 16 Mar 1965
Death Place: Sacramento
Mother's Maiden Name: Wilson
 
Washburn, Rufus Brice (I1498)
 
430 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: George Earl Tompkins
Social Security #: 556097514
Sex: Male
Birth Date: 3 Aug 1891
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 28 Jan 1959
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Noble
Father's Surname: Tompkins 
Tompkins, George Earl (I1937)
 
431 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: John Rodrick Scahill
Social Security #: 0
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 12 Feb 1855
Birthplace: Canada
Death Date: 30 Jan 1955
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Carr
Father's Surname: Scahill  
Scahill, John Rodrick (I2354)
 
432 California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Mary Elizabeth McCampbell
Social Security #: 0
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 31 Mar 1865
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 24 Oct 1948
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillery
Father's Surname: McCampbell 
McCampbell, Mary Elizabeth S (I2349)
 
433 California State Roster, 1899 Government and Military Records
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Given Name: A. M.
Surname: Given
Page #: 142
Office: Sheriff
Location: Inyo County 
Given, Sheriff Arthur Milton (I218)
 
434 California, Births and Christenings, 1812-1988
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Birth: 1894 Shasta, California
Parents: Charles Leon St. Vrain, Alice Maria Philips
Name: Leon St. Vrain
Gender: Male
Event: Birth
Event Date: 1894
Event Place: Shasta, California
Father's Name: Charles Leon St. Vrain
Mother's Name: Alice Maria Philips
Indexing Project (batch) Number: C74750-4
System Origin: California-odm
Source Film Number: 1293792 
St. Vrain, Leon (I955)
 
435 California, County Birth, Marriage, and Death Records, 1849-1980
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Name: Juanita H Sprock
Gender: Female
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 1940
Marriage Place: Sacramento, California, USA
Spouse: Ernest K Richardson  
Family F27
 
436 California, County Birth, Marriage, and Death Records, 1849-1980
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Name: Maude E Stanley
Gender: Female
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 24 May 1913
Marriage Place: Santa Ana, California, USA
Spouse: Roy S Farley 
Family F1089
 
437 California, County Birth, Marriage, and Death Records, 1849-1980
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Name: Sarah A Porter
Gender: Female
Event Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 10 Sep 1908
Marriage Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Spouse: Roy S Farley 
Family F1088
 
438 California, Death Index, 1905-1939
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Name: Bertha S Sprock
Birth Year: abt 1890
Death Date: 8 May 1934
Age at Death: 44
Death Place: Sacramento, California, USA 
Stubel, Bertha Pauline (I62)
 
439 California, Death Index, 1905-1939
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Name: Elizabet Hunter
Birth Year: abt 1831
Death Date: 17 Feb 1913
Age at Death: 82
Death Place: Santa Clara, California, USA 
Katzeback, Elizabeth (I2981)
 
440 California, Death Index, 1905-1939
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Name: Irene Farley
Birth Year: abt 1891
Death Date: 18 Oct 1938
Age at Death: 47
Death Place: Kern, California, USA 
Poe, Irene (I2841)
 
441 California, Death Index, 1905-1939
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Name: Sarah A Farley
Birth Year: abt 1888
Death Date: 25 Jul 1910
Age at Death: 22
Death Place: San Diego, California, USA 
Porter, Sarah Ann (I2837)
 
442 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Carrie Muborn Keirsey
[Carrie Muborn Barnett]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 11 Mar 1872
Birth Place: Missouri
Death Date: 21 Apr 1955
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillery
Father's Surname: Barnett 
Barnett, Carrie Muborn (I2229)
 
443 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Charles L Lee
Social Security #: 441099924
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 23 Sep 1886
Birth Place: Arkansas
Death Date: 25 Jan 1977
Death Place: Lake 
Lee, Charles Leonard (I780)
 
444 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Dorothy Lee Sheppard
[Dorothy Lee Acklin]
Social Security #: 566244468
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 29 Aug 1925
Birth Place: Texas
Death Date: 23 Nov 1985
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Ivy
Father's Surname: Acklin 
Acklin, Dorothy Lee (I53)
 
445 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Emma Idella Murphy
[Emma Idella Barnett]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 2 Jun 1866
Birth Place: Missouri
Death Date: 17 Jul 1947
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Tillery
Father's Surname: Barnett 
Barnett, Emma Idella (I2226)
 
446 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Frances Paula Stvrain
[Frances Paula Abreu]
Social Security #: 573287217
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 11 Oct 1890
Birth Place: New Mexico
Death Date: 26 Oct 1951
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Strong
Father's Surname: Abreu 
Abreu, Frances Paula (I982)
 
447 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Francis C Lee
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 1 Mar 1887
Death Date: 14 Oct 1961
Death Place: Lake
Mother's Maiden Name: Eualine 
McKnight, Frances Carolina (I786)
 
448 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: John Alvin Lee
Social Security #: 448078172
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1907
Birth Place: Oklahoma
Death Date: 2 Jan 1986
Death Place: Orange
Mother's Maiden Name: Baker 
Lee, John Alvin Junior (I49)
 
449 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: John Hartley Sheppard
Social Security #: 433107396
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 2 Apr 1898
Birth Place: Oklahoma
Death Date: 4 Feb 1979
Death Place: Monterey 
Sheppard, John Hartley (I41)
 
450 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Major Miller Washburn
[Major Miller Miller]
Social Security #: 558348811
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 1 Jan 1894
Birth Place: Missouri
Death Date: 23 Feb 1986
Death Place: Tehama
Mother's Maiden Name: Miller
Father's Surname: Miller 
Miller, Major Finks (I1323)
 
451 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com

Name: Maynard E Durnell
Social Security #: 488163949
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 20 Apr 1913
Birth Place: Missouri
Death Date: 11 Apr 1962
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Burton 
Durnell, Maynard Eugene (I1519)
 
452 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Mildred Elizabeth Dunn
[Mildred Elizabeth Keirsey]
Social Security #: 558545814
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 21 Jan 1902
Birth Place: Colorado
Death Date: 20 Oct 1995
Death Place: Santa Barbara
Mother's Maiden Name: Barnett
Father's Surname: Keirsey 
Keirsey, Mildred Elizabeth (I2250)
 
453 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com

Name: Robert Murphy Rattray
Social Security #: 506108617
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 15 Jan 1911
Birth Place: California
Death Date: 6 Jun 1949
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Murphy
Father's Surname: Rattray 
Rattray, Robert Murphy (I2245)
 
454 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: Ann E Houghten [Ann E Aitchison]
Social Security #: 017124293
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 26 Nov 1920
Birth Place: Massachusetts
Death Date: 5 Dec 1989
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: McKenzie
Father's Surname: Aitchison 
Aitchison, Anna Ernestine (I2883)
 
455 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Arthur C Farley
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 13 Jan 1881
Birth Place: Vermont
Death Date: 14 May 1944
Death Place: Kern
Mother's Maiden Name: Lawrence
Father's Surname: Farley 
Farley, Arthur Clayton (I2816)
 
456 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Catherine Ann Lewis [Catherine Ann Ross]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 31 Jul 1860
Birth Place: Canada
Death Date: 24 Aug 1956
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Duncan
Father's Surname: Ross 
Ross, Catherine Ann (I131)
 
457 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Earl Percy Farley
Social Security #: 700096702
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 22 May 1890
Birth Place: Canada
Death Date: 28 Mar 1978
Death Place: Kern 
Farley, Earl Percy (I2819)
 
458 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Edward Benjamin Farley
Social Security #: 566224462
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 22 Sep 1870
Birth Place: Canada
Death Date: 11 May 1951
Death Place: Fresno
Mother's Maiden Name: Katzeback
Father's Surname: Farley 
Farley, Edward Benjamin (I2760)
 
459 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Joseph Charles McKenna
Social Security # 444224904
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 7 Sep 1930
Birth Place: Rhode Island
Death Date: 1 May 1991
Death Place: San Diego
Mother's Maiden Name: McVey 
McKenna, Joseph Charles (I3039)
 
460 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Laura Ann Dunn [Laura Ann Pearson]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 1 Jul 1878
Birth Place: Other Country
Death Date: 10 Dec 1942
Death Place: San Bernardino
Mother's Maiden Name: Nice
Father's Surname: Pearson 
Pearson, Laura Ann (I204)
 
461 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Mary Judith Turbeville
[Mary Judith Hurt]
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 29 Dec 1855
Birth Place: Tennessee
Death Date: 7 May 1948
Death Place: Los Angeles
Father's Surname: Hurt 
Hurt, Mary Judith (I3587)
 
462 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
Ancestry.com
Name: Theona Hanna
[Theona Clotfelter]
Social Security #: 547167850
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 7 Apr 1891
Birth Place: California
Death Date: 16 Sep 1989
Death Place: Tulare
Mother's Maiden Name: Grove
Father's Surname: Clotfelter 
Clotfelter, Theona (I2821)
 
463 California, Death Index, 1940-1997
FamilySearch.org

Birth: 17 Aug 1901 California
Death: 16 Apr 1984 Shasta, California, United States
Parents: Phillips
Name: Leon Stvrain
Event: Death
Event Date: 16 Apr 1984
Event Place: Shasta, California, United States
Birth Date: 17 Aug 1901
Birthplace: California
Gender: Male
Mother: Phillips 
St. Vrain, Leon (I955)
 
464 California, Divorce Index, 1966-1984
Ancestry.com
Name: Theo F Fusby
Spouse Name: Lloyd F
Location: San Diego
Date: 17 Mar 1982 
Family F1084
 
465 California, Divorce Index, 1966-1984
Ancestry.com
Name: Theona Day
Spouse Name: Wilson H Hanna
Location: San Luis Obispo
Date: Aug 1968 
Family F1082
 
466 California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Ancestry.com
Name: Ernest P Buckmaster
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1924
Age: 37
Marriage Date: 28 Oct 1961
Marriage Place: Glenn, California, USA
Spouse Name: Mary E Richards
Spouse Age: 32 
Family F1216
 
467 California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Ancestry.com
Name: Theona Clotfelter
Gender: Female
Birth Year: abt 1892
Age: 71
Marriage Date: 3 Jan 1963
Marriage Place: Santa Barbara, California, USA
Spouse Name: Wilson H Hanna
Spouse Age: 75 
Family F1082
 
468 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/61035/private-franklin-mager-keffer/ 
Keffer, Private Franklin Mager (I453)
 
469 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/61036/private-ernest-ralph-keffer/ 
Keffer, Private Ernest Ralph (I449)
 
470 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/62996/private-james-mcdiarmaid/ 
McDiarmaid, Private James (I238)
 
471 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/64602/private-james-nickle/ 
Nickle, Private James IV (I1927)
 
472 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/82043/private-duncan-david-mcdiarmaid/ 
McDiarmaid, Private Duncan David (I240)
 
473 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/91499/private-john-arthur-bentley/ 
Bentley, Private John Arthur (I1499)
 
474 Canada At War:
http://www.canadaatwar.ca/memorial/world-war-i/91500/private-frank-bentley/ 
Bentley, Private Francis Joseph (I1649)
 
475 Canada Births and Baptisms, 1661-1959
Ancestry.com

Name: Frederick Mclean
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 06 Jul 1881
Birthplace: Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario
Father's Name: John Mclean
Mother's Name: Wilhelmina Cormack

Indexing Project (Batch) Number C03708-2
System Origin Canada-EASy
GS Film number 1845578
Reference ID 37003 
McLean, Frederick (I282)
 
476 Canada Births and Baptisms, 1661-1959
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Name: George Mclean
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 06 Jul 1881
Birthplace: Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario
Father's Name: John Mclean
Mother's Name: Wilhelmina Cormack

Indexing Project (Batch) Number C03708-2
System Origin Canada-EASy
GS Film number 1845578
Reference ID 37002 
McLean, George (I281)
 
477 Canada Births and Baptisms, 1661-1959
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Name: Trivanian Hale
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 07 May 1874
Christening Place: Calgary, Alberta, Alberta
Father's Name: Trivanian Hale
Mother's Name: Clemence Lonau

Indexing Project (Batch) Number C54197-1
System Origin Alberta-ODM
GS Film number 1293144 
Hale, Travanian II (I1380)
 
478 Canadian Archives Home Children (1869-1930)
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/home-children/001015-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=41235&PHPSESSID=bbu3n002n0ugrttbogj1u4ud91

Surname: BLIMCOW
Given Name: W.H
Age: 17
Sex: M
Ship: Laurentian
Year of Arrival: 1895
Departure Port: Liverpool
Departure Date: 1895-02-07
Arrival Port: Halifax
Arrival Date: 1895-02-17
Party: Liverpool Sheltering Home, Mrs. Birt
Destination: Knowlton, Quebec
Comments: Mr Drumond in charge. 43 boys
Notes: The child's surname was illegible or difficult to decipher
Source: Library and Archives Canada
Reference: RG 76 C1b
Microfilm: C-4516

Confirmation that William Henry Blincoe was a British Home Child, a child migrant through the Louisa Birt organization in Knowlton, Quebec. 
Blincoe, Private William Henry (I1768)
 
479 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=10924

Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/205414/

Canadian Virtual War Memorial: Photograph Credit for Images connected to Bombardier Marshall Alfred Pearson.
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/205414

International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/6038677 
Pearson, Bombardier Marshall Alfred (I199)
 
480 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=144850 
Bentley, George William (I1682)
 
481 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=15603 
McDiarmaid, Private Duncan David (I240)
 
482 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=33159 
McDiarmaid, Captain Benjamin (I239)
 
483 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=35462 
Bentley, Private Francis Joseph (I1649)
 
484 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=48887 
Keffer, Private Ernest Ralph (I449)
 
485 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=49965 
McDiarmaid, Private James (I238)
 
486 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?Id=56896 
Keffer, Private Franklin Mager (I453)
 
487 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=58256 
Nickle, Private James IV (I1927)
 
488 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?Id=65294 
Bentley, Private John Arthur (I1499)
 
489 Canadian Great War Project:
http://www.canadiangreatwarproject.com/searches/soldierDetail.asp?ID=9964

Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/190709

Canadian Virtual War Memorial: Photograph Credit for Images connected to Private Robert Harvey Pearson.
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/190709

International War Museum: Lives of the First World War:
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/6038724 
Pearson, Private Robert Harvey (I198)
 
490 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1570960?James%20McDiarmaid 
McDiarmaid, Private James (I238)
 
491 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1594970 
Nickle, Private James IV (I1927)
 
492 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/2059255 
Hazzard, Lieutenant David Kilbourn (I3568)
 
493 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/304749?Duncan%20David%20McDiarmaid 
McDiarmaid, Private Duncan David (I240)
 
494 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/4021424?John%20Arthur%20Bentley 
Bentley, Private John Arthur (I1499)
 
495 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/522611?Benjamin%20McDiarmaid 
McDiarmaid, Captain Benjamin (I239)
 
496 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/557785?Frank%20Bentley 
Bentley, Private Francis Joseph (I1649)
 
497 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1569963?Ernest%20Ralph%20Keffer 
Keffer, Private Ernest Ralph (I449)
 
498 Canadian Virtual War Memorial:
http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/memorials/canadian-virtual-war-memorial/detail/1593518?Franklin%20Mager%20Keffer 
Keffer, Private Franklin Mager (I453)
 
499 Captain George Lamberton was a merchant Sea Captain from London, England who immigrated to America and attempted to establish the colony of New Haven. His ship disappeared in 1646 while attempting to obtain supplies. Having been commissioned by 'The Company of Merchants of New Haven', he carried stock such as peas, wheat, and beaver pelts. The ships crew stood around seventy people. Loading the ship had been delayed until winter, in which time the waterways froze and they had to cut ice out for 3 miles to get to open water. It is unclear where or how the ship went down after that.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote 'The Phantom Ship' based on the event.

The Phantom Ship
By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

In Mather's Magnalia Christi,
Of the old colonial time,
May be found in prose the legend
That is here set down in rhyme.

A ship sailed from New Haven,
And the keen and frosty airs,
That filled her sails in parting
Were heavy with good men's prayers.

"O Lord! If it be thy pleasure"
Thus prayed the old divine
"To bury our friends in the ocean,
Take them, for they are thine!"

But Master Lamberton muttered,
And under his breath said he,
"This ship is so crank and walty
I fear our grave she will be!"

And the ships that came from England
When the winter months were gone,
Brought no tidings of this vessel!
Nor of Master Lamberton.

This put the people to praying
That the Lord would let them hear
What in his greater wisdom
He had done to friends so dear.

And at last our prayers were answered:
It was in the month of June
An hour before sunset
Of a windy afternoon.

When, steadily steering landward,
A ship was seen below,
And they knew it was Lamberton, Master,
Who sailed so long ago.

On she came with a cloud of canvas,
Right against the wind that blew,
Until the eye could distinguish
The faces of the crew.

Then fell her straining top mast,
Hanging tangled in the shrouds,
And her sails were loosened and lifted,
And blown away like clouds.

And the masts, with all their rigging,
Fell slowly, one by one,
And the hulk dilated and vanished,
As a sea-mist in the sun!

And the people who saw thus marvel
Each said unto his friend,
That this was the mould of their vessel,
And thus her tragic end.

And the pastor of the village
Gave thanks to God in Prayer,
That, to quiet their troubled spirits,
He had sent this Ship of Air. 
Lamberton, Captain George (I945)
 
500 Carl Bennett noted that Rebecca Ruth was Cremated, the location of her ashes is unknown. Dean, Rebecca Ruth (I240)
 

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