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Lewis, John David (I1869)
 
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Rothwell, Edith (I1396)
 
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Boutilier, Albert Edward (I2437)
 
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Briggs, Rebecca (I3066)
 
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From: Cape Breton Post - Wednesday, September 26, 1962 Page 3
OBITUARIES
HERBERT BOUTILIER

The death of Herbert "Hub" BOUTILIER, and esteemed resident of Westmount, occurred yesterday morning at City of Sydney Hospital, after a lengthy illness. A plasterer by trade, he operated a successful farm. He was a member of St. Mark's Anglican Church at Coxheath, and of Queen Lodge IOOF.
Predeceased in 1961 by his wife, Mr. Boutilier is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Sam ADAMS (Greta), Westmount; and three sons, Ernest in Sydney; Sidney and Gerald at Westmount; one sister, Mrs. Murray LEWIS, Sydney River.
One sister and two brothers predeceased him.
The remains rest at Fillmore's Funeral Home, where friends may call between the hours of 3:30 and 10:00 p.m.
Funeral service will be held in St. Mark's Church at two o'clock, Thursday afternoon, and burial will take place in Hardwood Hill Cemetery. 
Boutilier, Herbert Wilfred (I2442)
 
7
Joan Vernam married to ?? 11 Nov 1647, Northam 
Vernam, Joan (I4488)
 
8


 
Boutilier, Thomas Casey (I93)
 
9 "age 8" at death according to burial record Cockburn, David (I1317)
 
10 "Angus MacInnis, Og, came from the Isle of Barra, Scotland, to Upper West Lake in 1831. He acquired 160 acres of land fronting on the Lake, that being all the land there which had not been taken up previously. He was married coming here to Lucy McDonald, a native of Barra, with issue: Neil, Charles, Angus, Margaret, Emily, Mary, Flora, and Christina. The sons Charles and Angus made their homes at West Lake, living side by side on separate lots of land. Charles was married to Catherine McPherson of Big Pond, Cape Breton County, with issue: Joseph Neil, Reverend Roderick, Angus, Mary, Lucy, Catherine and Martina. The son Rev. Roderick was born at West Lake July 10, 1863, and died in Boston, in the summer of 1920. He received his education at St. F.X. College, Antigonish, and at the Grand Seminary, Montréal, January 26, 1900. His first charge was the parish of Red Islands, his second was Big Pond, his third was Reserve Mines, his fourth and last, Whitney Pier. He was a man of wonderful zeal and energy, and did a suprising amount of good work in every place in which he labored. Angus, son of Angus Og, was married to Margaret McDonald of Hay River, with issue: Charles, Angus, Lucy, Catherine, Mary, Flora and Jessie Ann. The last named is a sister of Charity of Mount St. Vincent, Halifax....[all members of this family have left West Lake]" HOIC, p. 532.

Mabou Pioneers p. 660-661: "Angus MacInnis, "Aonghas Og," came from the Isle of Barra, Scotland, to West Lake Ainslie in 1831. He had served an apprenticeship of seven years in Edinburgh as a printer before coming to this country. Previously a sister had come to Inverness County and was married at Mabou to Neil Nicholson who had one son: Neil. Mr. Nicholson was a stone mason by trade and before cement came on the market, had built several of the abutments for the steel bridges of Inverness County. Angus "Og" came accross ion a boat which had previously made two trips to Cape Breton. In the journey across, the captain advised him to settle in Ontario but he breferred to come to Mabou where his sister was living. When he arrived at Mabou, he found that all the land was occupied, so he proceeded to Lake Ainslie where he acquired 160 acres. He built a log cabin on the shore of West Lake Ainslie and began cutting down the forest. In later years he built a frame house some distance from the shore. This home was destroyed by fire, his wife receiving fatal burns....[He secured a post office position in 1850, which has been served since by this family, now in its fourth generation]....He divided his farm between his sons, Charles and Angus. See page 418 and MacDougall page 531."

Angus MacInnes & Lucy MacDonald baptized their first two children Neil (Dec. 11, 1823, Kilbar), and Charles, (April 13, 1826, Rulios/Rubha Lìos) on the Isle of Barra

Charles MacInnes (#10011) received a grant in the late 1870's of land (107 acres) at West Lake Ainslie. Angus MacInnes was appointed Post Master in 1868 and died in 1878, after which Angus replaced his father in that position.

1871 Census of Canada West Lake Ainslie p.18-19 household 55
Angus McInnis 71 born Scotland Catholic farmer widower
Angus McInnis 27 born Nova Scotia farmer
Mary McInnis 29 born Nova Scotia no read no write
Flora McInnis 26 born Nova Scotia no read no write

 
MacInnis, Angus (I732)
 
11 "Ann lived out her life on the homestead unmarried." HOIC p. 233

According to Nova Scotia Civil Registration, Ann McInnis, 73, born at Judique, spinster, daughter of Robert and Mary, farmers, died of asthma at Judique 16 Nov 1875, Alexander McInnis making the return. (Registration Year: 1875 - Book: 1810 - Page: 122 - Number: 229)

an Ann McInnis, age 70, appears on the 1871 Census of Canada as the head of household 4, Judique, on p. 2. 
MacInnis, Ann (I1016)
 
12 "Archibald MacDonald, "Gilleasbuig Mac Iain Og" was first married to Jessie MacQuarrie, daughter of John, and had issue: 1) John and 2) Margaret. He was married, the second time, to a Miss MacDonald of whom were: 3) Donald 4) Finlay 5) Michael and 6) Catherine. see page 802.

John MacDonald, "Iain an Eilean" married Margaret BEATON, daughter of Donald of Indian Point, with issue: Janet, Archibald, Sara, Neil, Anne, Mary and Flora. See page 106." MP p. 420
Margaret-Finlay BEATON of Indian Point. "Fionnladh MacDhomhnuill Pheutan" "see page 101"
Donald "Domhnull Ruadh" -- Jessie MacQUARRIE daughter of Neil. His two sons died young, his daughter, a spinster, moved to Massachusetts. "see page 799"
Finlay-not married
Michael-died young
Catherine-Angus WALKER, son of "old John" of Hay River 
MacDonald, Archibald (I326)
 
13 "Charles MacDonald, "Tearlach Iain Mhoir", was married in Maine to Mary Diamond. They had a family of two sons and two daughters." MP p. 608

Alex McDonald born around 1854
Charles McDonald born around 1855
Jennie McDonald born around 1862 
MacDonald, Charles (I684)
 
14 "daughter of "Alisdair Denoon" of West Lake Ainslie."p. 605-610 Mabou Pioneers MacDonald, Mary (I716)
 
15 "daughter of Arnold Martell & --- Huntington" acc to death cert informant "Sandford Peach, Black Brook, Port Morien, son in law" ( = Jane Huntington) Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. Cape Breton County, Registration Year 1925 - Book 80 - Page 593

Buried in Homeville Baptist Cem. with her husband and children Arnold and Mildred. 
Martell, Adelaide (I1883)
 
16 "Daughter of farmer James and Kate Boutilier" according to marriage record
age 35 acc to her burial record.

Note that 1901 and 1911 census shows John Henry Boutilier again as a widower even though he married his cousin Elizabeth Boutilier in 1899: Elizabeth may have died as a result of the birth of son Arthur in June 1900.

no. 1248 page ?, Sydney parish records, baptisms: Louis Vincent Boutilier to Elizabeth Boutilier at Coxheath, born July 27 or 21? 1892, baptism September 3, 1892

Vinson Boutilier, steamfitter, 28, C. of E., res Sydney River, born Sydney River, son of J.H. Boutilier of Coxheath and Elizabeth Boutilier, married Mary Reid, 18, of Sydney River, native of Waterville, Newfoundland, daughter of Tobias Reid of Pictou and Sarah Phillips. Married Jan 28, 1921 at Sydney River by License 3783. Wits Walter Steele of Sydney River and Sarah Steele of Sydney River. By Saml J. Woodcroft of Coxheath. Registration Year: 1921 - Book: 26 - Page: 776 Soldier Vinson Louis Boutilier son of J.H. Boutilier of Coxheath and Elizabeth Boutilier of Coxheath, died at Sydney River in 1931 (bk. 141, p.505) 
Boutilier, Elizabeth (I312)
 
17 "daughter of John" MP 605-610

known as Nancy.


1911 Census of Canada/ Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 17
2 135 Morrison Patrick M Head S May 1890 20
3 135 McDonald Annie F Grandmother M Aug 1838 72 
MacInnis, Anne (I248)
 
18 "died at an early age" Mabou Pioneers, p. 606 MacDonald, Angus (I798)
 
19 "died in his teens" according to Mabou Pioneers, p. 665 MacInnis, Neil (I1776)
 
20 "died unmarried at home" MP pg 610 MacDonald, Alexander (I649)
 
21 "Donald MacDonald, Domhnull Iain Mhoir" was first married in Maine to Mary Green and had issue: 1. John and 2. Ellen Clara. He was married, the second time, to Bridget Scott whose descendants are in the States." [MP p. 610] MacDonald, Donald (I646)
 
22 "Eachann Mor Mac Eachuinn" of Judique. MP p 605-610 "with issue, Hector and Mary, both of whom died in early life" MP p. 605-610

 
Campbell, Hector (I647)
 
23 "Eric Jörs enka i Dräcke March 13 1737 (burial)" = same person? Jöransdotter, Sara (I1145)
 
24 "Finns i skattelängderna 1539 och 1552"

Children:
Holsten
Karin
Lars (married in Aavestbo, Vaestanfors)
Kerstin
Herman (lived in Norbergs by) 
Larsson, Per (I1613)
 
25 "Flora MacInnis, daughter of "Aonghas Og" spent most of her life in the States but came home in 1919. She died unmarried in May 1929, at the age of ninety years and is buried at West Lake Ainslie" MP, p. 670

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration, Flora McInnis, Inv. Co., Registration Year 1929 - Book 125 - Page 680. Informant nephew Charles McInnis. Parents names given as "Angus McInnis printer and Lucy McSween, both of Scotland." 12 years at place of death 
MacInnis, Flora (I1783)
 
26 "Iain Seaumas" of Cape Mabou, uncle of Archie "Angus Seaumas" of Inverness. p. 417 MP.

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
John MCINNIS married male Scottish 40 y.o. born Nova Scotia farmer Catholic
Isebella MCINNIS married female Scottish 37 y.o. born Nova Scotia Catholic
Jessie MCINNIS female Scottish 60 y.o. born Scotland Catholic
Mabou Nova Scotia FHL Film 1375801 NA Film # C-13165 District 4 subdistrict H div 2 pg 15 household 51 
MacInnis, John (I1043)
 
27 "Isaac Migneré fils de fut Gratieux Migneré et de Catherine Feuilleboÿ d'Estobon, espousa Catherine N.N. fille de Jeanne Plançon aussi d'Estobon le 26 Novembre 1672" (text from Etobon parish register)

Abraham Migneré was baptized Oct 5 1673 godparents were Abraham Plansson represented by his father Jean and Jeannette Blanchard represented by her mother Jeannette Visol wife of Pierre Blanchard (Abraham Migneré maried Catherine Goud in 1702)

godparent to Jean Planson & Claudine Grandpierre's daughter Elizabeth, baptized at Etobon Dec 16 1670 
Mignerey, Isaac (I379)
 
28 "Isabel MacDonald, daughter of Robert, was married in the States to Charles Basker, son of Joseph [and Mary McNeil from Inverness Co. NS]." MP. 608, 82. HOIC, p. 562

1900 Census of US, Lawrence, South Dakota. Terry School Township ED 21 HH 218 FHL film #1241551
Charles Basker, Apr 1856, 49, m, 19, Canada/Canada/Canada imm 1889 11 years na. Occupation: gold miner
Isebella Basker, Apr 1860, 39, m, 19, 9 children, 4 living, Canada/Canada/Canada imm 1892 8 years na
Robert C. Basker, March 1884, 16 born in Canada
James L. Basker, March 1886, 14 born in Canada
Clarence L. Basker, March 1896, 4 born in SD
Mary E. Basker, Nov 1898, 1 born in SD


http://www.sdhistory.org/arc/naturalizationarchives/secondpaperslist.asp?s tart=2881
Basker Charles Lawrence 4/24/1917 1856 Great Britain p. 242 loc. 575 
MacDonald, Isabella (I1692)
 
29 "license number 1845" according to marriage certificate Family F582
 
30 "Mabou Pioneers" alleges that "Caitriona" was married at the Bras d'Or area of Cape Breton. (p.418) MacDonald, Catherine (I320)
 
31 "Mac Ian" of Colindale p. 799 MP

1871 Census of Canada
Port Hood p 62 lines 10-19 hh 179
Donald McQuirrie 65 farmer married no read no write
Jane " 60 no read no write (spouse of Donald)
Mary 35 no read no write (born about 1836)
Flora 22 (born about 1848)
Mary 19 (in school) (born about 1851)
Sarah 14 (in school) (born abt 1856)
John 13 (in school) (born about 1857)
John 29 no read no write farmer (born abt 1842)
Neil 26 farmer (born abt 1845)
Angus 28 farmer (born about 1843)

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Donald MCQUARRIE M Male Scottish 80 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Jane MCQUARRIE M Female Scottish 69 Nova Scotia Catholic
John MCQUARRIE Male Scottish 38 Nova Scotia Fisherman Catholic
Mary MCQUARRIE Female Scottish 27 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
John MCQUARRIE Male Scottish 21 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Census Place Port Hood, Inverness, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375801
NA Film Number C-13165
District 4
Sub-district F
Page Number 40
Household Number 157

Children of Donald and Jane (McDonald) McQuarrie according to MP p 799: John, Neil, Angus, Dougald, John Jr, Mary, Flora, Sara, Catherine, and Mary Jr. "See pg. 610"

John Sr = Effie MacISSAC (daughter of John of Colindale). Their children died young.
Neil = "born April 17 1844" married Christina BEATON (daughter of Donald the mason of Mabou Coal Mines). Their children died young.
Angus "Angy Mor" moved to Hay River where he married (1) Flora WALKER (daughter of Donald of Hay River). Large number of children. After Flora's death, Angus remarried to (2) Mary CAMPBELL, daughter of John "The Cooper", with no issue "See page 855"
Dougald never married.
John Jr. "Iain Beag" moved to Boston and never married.
Mary Sr "Meshag" was the first spouse of John MacDONALD (Son of "Iain Mac Alasdair") "See pg. 472"
Catherine married Angus MacDONALD, "Aonghas Mac Lachlainn", with three sons, one of whom moved to Whitney Pier and left issue.
Sara, Christina, and Mary Jr. were never married.

9 30 82 McQuarrie Mal M Head S Oct 1 1836 64
9 31 82 McQuarrie Neil M Brother S May 1 1833 67
9 32 82 McQuarrie Jessie F Sister S Jun 1826 74
9 33 82 McQuarrie Sarah F Sister S Aug 1830 70
Source Information
1901 Census of Canada
SubdistrictPort Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 35
Subdistrict Number r-2



 
MacQuarrie, Donald (I651)
 
32 "Mary Jr was also married at East Bay" HOIC p. 233 MacInnis, Mary (I1017)
 
33 "Nämdeman, Bergsman i V. Djupkärra, Norberg" Hansson, Hennike (I1697)
 
34 "of Barrachois, Cape Breton" Mabou Pioneers p. 414 Nicholson, Neil (I834)
 
35 "of Mabou Harbor" according to HOIC p. 233 MacDonald, Archibald? (I442)
 
36 "Possibly"
GRANT CAMILLE age 67 1923-Oct 24 1990 A57
(Holy Cross Cemetery transcription www.cbgha.org) 
Trudel, Winifred Camille (I215)
 
37 "Roderick MacDonald, "Ruaridh MacDhomhnuill," came from the Isle of Canna, Scotland, with three sons: Donald, John, and Malcolm, and settled at Little Mabou. It seems that there were no others of this family in this country." p. 604 MP


????
1808
McDonald, Roary
Petition to Nepean: Petitioner asks a vacant lot, No. 1, at the mouth of Mabou Harbour. Note: complied with.
Cape Breton no.: 414
NSARM microfilm: 15789

1811
McDonald, Roderick
Petition to Nepean: Petitioner, with his family of seven, emigrated from Scotland in 1803. He asks 450 acres back of lot occupied by Edward Hayes. Report of Crawley to McKinnon: Lot 1, 220 acres at the entrance of Mabou River, southern side. Plan.
Cape Breton no.: 710
NSARM microfilm: 15790 
MacDonald, Roderick (I1010)
 
38 "V. collega scholae i Västerås. Prästvigd 1645 och s.å. tertius collega. Tillfölje mycken sjuklighet vid tysk hälsobrunn. Rector scholae i Sala 1647, pastorsadjunkt i Tuna 1649 och comminister i Husby 1654." (Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tingdal/forskning200711/ 0002/3_167.htm) Holstenius, Lorentius (I1649)
 
39 #006731 Civil Registration Marriage Certificate says James Hunt and Eliza Jane Kennelly married in Flinton January 18, 1883. The marriage is noted in the parish records of Erinsville. Family F285
 
40 (Q: what is Sarah's relationship to Catherine Grandy, wife of George Lewis?)
died at age 84 acc to burial record. 
Grandy, Sarah (I1900)
 
41 (The marriage date would be 23 February 1693 by our reckoning) Family F110
 
42 1) William Peach born Feb. 14, 1833 according to death certificate. (Died June 4, 1921). Fisherman and a resident of Wadden's Cov, Mira Bay. Son, Archie Peach, informant. Death Certificate Book: 59 - Page: 250 (William and Margaret Peach can be seen on 1901 Census of Canada, Port Morien, District Number 28, Subdistrict w, Microfilm:T-6448) (his wife, from False Bay Beach, predeceased him on September 24, 1911. (Nova Scotia Civil Registration, Book: 3 - Page: 566 - Number: 3411) According to Archie Peach's death certificate, (Registration Year: 1952 - Book: 1952 - Page: 5315), Margaret Peach is nee WADDEN.
according to PEACH birth certificate 1873-1803-190-296, The Peach-Wadden marriage took place 25 December 1856 at Cow Bay.
According to St. George's parish recs: Wm Peach & Margt Wadden married 7 Dec 1857

1871 Census of Canada Cow Bay div 2 p 45 household 166
William Peech 38 NS C of E fisherman no read no write
Margaret Peech 36 NS C of E
Susana Peech 12
Lucy Peech 10
John Peech 7
Emma Peech 5
James Peech 3
Joseph Peech 2
Hana Peech 65 widow no read no write

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
William PEECH M Male English 48 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Margaret PEECH M Female English 45 Nova Scotia Church of England
Susan Ann PEECH Female English 23 Nova Scotia Church of England
Lucy PEECH Female English 20 Nova Scotia Church of England
John PEECH Male English 18 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Emma PEECH Female English 15 Nova Scotia Church of England
James PEECH Male English 13 Nova Scotia Church of England
Joseph PEECH Male English 12 Nova Scotia Church of England
William PEECH Male English 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
Jessie PEECH Female English 5 Nova Scotia Church of England
Archibald PEECH Male English 1 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Cow Bay, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district M
Page Number 78
Household Number 346

29 2 258 Peach William M Head M Feb 14 1832 69
29 3 258 Peach Margaret F Wife M Aug 28 1833 67
29 4 258 Peach John M Son S Dec 18 1861 39
29 5 258 Peach William M Son S Apr 13 1873 28
29 6 258 Peach Jessie F Daughter S May 8 1876 24
29 7 258 Peach Archibald M Son S May 20 1880 20
Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Port Morien, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
dist 28 subdist w Archives Microfilm T-6448

1911 / Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 15 Port Morien poll district / page 22
29 210 Peach William M Head M Apr 1835 76
30 210 Peach Margaret F Wife M Feb 1835 76
31 210 Peach John M Son S Mar 1871 40
32 210 Peach William M Son S Jan 1872 39
33 210 Peach Archie M Son S Jun 1881 29
34 210 Peach Jessie F Daughter S May 1875 36 
Peach, William James (I2516)
 
43 11 18 103 McDonald John M Head M Apr 6 1855 45
11 19 103 McDonald Mary F Wife M May 10 1861 39
11 20 103 McDonald John M Son S Feb 6 1881 20
11 21 103 McDonald Mary F Daughter S Oct 12 1883 17
11 22 103 McDonald Angus M Son S Dec 24 1885 15
11 23 103 McDonald Christy F Daughter S Aug 6 1887 13
11 24 103 McDonald Daniel M Son S Jun 6 1890 10
11 25 103 McDonald Robert M Son S Mar 6 1892 9
11 26 103 McDonald Alexander M Son S Sep 12 1898 2
11 27 103 McDonald Colin M Son S Oct 1 1900
11 28 103 McDonald Betsey F Aunt S May 1 1826 74
11 29 103 McDonald Nancy F Aunt S May 10 1827 73
11 30 103 McDonald Rory M Nephew S Oct 10 1884 16
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: r-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6453

1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 9-10
48 72 MacDonald John M Head W Sep 1858 52
49 72 MacDonald John Alexander M Son S Oct 1880 20


50 72 MacDonald Angus M Son S Dec 1887 23
1 72 MacDonald Christie F Daughter S Nov 1889 21
2 72 MacDonald John Donald M Son S May 1890 20
3 72 MacDonald John Robert M Son S Oct 1892 18
4 72 MacDonald Alexander Donald M Son S Mar 1897 14
5 72 MacDonald Colin M Son S Oct 1898 12

John Alexander. Spouse of Elizabeth "Bessie" McDonald.
Mary Anne MacDonald. Spouse of Thomas Botherson of West Mabou.
Isabel died at 11 months.
Angus MacDonald. "Angy Johnny Ban" Spouse of Catherine Margaret MacDonald, sister of Bessie. Issue.
Christina MacDonald. Married in the USA, but died without issue.
Daniel Joseph MacDonald (1890-????) Spouse of Mary Carrigan, an immigrant from Ireland. Issue.
John Robert "Robbie" MacDonald (1892-1982) Spouse of Mary Marcella Beaton of Mabou. Issue.
Mary Isabel MacDonald died at 2 years old.
Alex Dan and Colin MacDonald: unmarried.
Isabel MacDonald died young. 
MacDonald, John "Ban" (I1703)
 
44 11 31 104 McDonald Angus M Head M Aug 7 1844 56
11 32 104 McDonald Doherty F Wife M Oct 7 1842 58 [sic]
11 33 104 McDonald Rory M Son S Nov 6 1876 24
11 34 104 McDonald Daniel M Son S May 6 1883 17
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: r-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6453 
MacDonald, Angus (I1763)
 
45 11 41 107 McDonald Charls M Head S Jun 6 1868 32
11 42 107 McDonald Alexander M Brother S May 1 1863 37
Source Information 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Port Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 35
Subdistrict Number r-2
Archives Microfilm T-6453

Nova Scotia Civil Marriage Registration. Registration Year 1903 - Book 1825 - Page 183 - Number 27

35 69 MacDonald Charles M Head M Aug 1869 41
36 69 MacDonald Annie F Wife M Jul 1866 44

1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 9

no issue. 
MacDonald, Charles (I1771)
 
46 13 18 105 McDonald John D. M Head M Mar 24 1867 34
13 19 105 McDonald Katie F Wife M Oct 16 1876 24
13 20 105 McDonald Ann F Mother W Aug 3 1827 73
13 21 105 McDonald Donald M. M Son S Nov 10 1895 5
13 22 105 McDonald Donald R. M Son S Feb 21 1900 1
13 23 105 McPherson Kaite A. F Sister W Jul 1872 28
13 24 105 Ross Angus C. M Lodger S Mar 27 1876 25
13 25 105 McEachern Hugh M Lodger S 1872 28
13 26 105 Gillis John M Lodger S Mar 1872 28
13 27 105 McDonald William M Lodger S Sep 1869 31
13 28 105 Miller John M Lodger M 1863 37
13 29 105 McEachern Rod M Lodger S May 1877 23
Source Information 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Port Hood Mines, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 35
Subdistrict Number r-1
Archives Microfilm T-6453

15 138 McDonald John D. R. M Head M Mar 1866 45
16 138 McDonald Catherine F Wife M Oct 1863 47
17 138 McDonald Donald Martin M Son S Nov 1895 15
18 138 McDonald Donald Robert M Son S Jan 1900 11
19 138 McDonald Catherine Elizabeth F Daughter S Oct 1902 8
20 138 McDonald Michael Duncan M Son S Jul 1904 6
21 138 McDonald John Alexander M Son S Nov 1907 3
1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 17

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. Catherine MacDonald. Inv. Co., Registration Year 1947 - Book 1947 - Page 6026. Informant of death: son John Alex MacDonald of Harbour View. Resident of Harbour View for 47 years.
 
MacDonald, Catherine (I1693)
 
47 13 39 108 McDonald Lewis M Head M May 9 1868 32
13 40 108 McDonald Margret F Wife M May 23 1873 27
13 41 108 McDonald Donald R. M Son S Aug 4 1894 6
13 42 108 McDonald Hugh D. M Son S Nov 21 1897 3
13 43 108 McDonald John D. M Son S Jun 9 1900 10/12
13 44 108 McDonald Christey F Domestic S Aug 1 1888 12
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Hood Mines, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: r-1
Archives Microfilm: T-6453

28 124 McDonald Lewis M Head M May 1868 43
29 124 McDonald Margaret F Wife M May 1873 38
30 124 McDonald Donald Robert M Son S Aug 1894 16
31 124 McDonald Euphemia Ann F Daughter S Dec 1901 9
32 124 McDonald Hugh Duncan M Son S Nov 1897 13
33 124 McDonald John Donald M Son S Jun 1900 10
34 124 McDonald Samuel Joseph M Son S Sep 1903 7
35 124 McDonald James Ronald M Son S Jan 1905 6
36 124 McDonald Annie Marcella F Daughter S Nov 1906 4
37 124 McDonald Mary Ellen F Daughter S Jan 1909 2
38 124 McDonald Doyle Marcella F Aunt W Dec 1816 94
1911 Census of Canada/ Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 15 
MacDonald, Margaret (I1696)
 
48 18 Feb 1832 Ralph Potter married Mary Naisbett at Penshaw

1841 Census
Pottar, Ralph [sic]
HOUGHTON LE SPRING, Durham (Shiney Row, Penshaw)
HO107 piece 312 folio 19/23 page 9
Ralph Potter 32 coal miner
Mary Potter 30
Jane Potter 6
Isabella Potter 4
William Potter 1
all born in Durham

1851 Census
dist 5b Shiney Row Penshaw hh 134 HO107 piece 2393 folio 89 pg 33 GSU Roll 87071
Ralph Potter 42 miner born South Biddick
Mary Potter 40 born Washington
Isabella Potter 14 born Penshaw (all children are born Penshaw)
William Potter 11 miner
Ann Potter 8 scholar
James Potter 6 scholar
Ralph Potter 3
Mary Potter 11 m

1861 Census: Shiney Row Painshaw Houghton Le Spring
RG09 piece 3754 folio 12 page 18 hh 98
Ralph Potter 52 born Biddick Durham coal miner
Mary Potter 50 born Durham Portabella
Isabella Potter 24 general servant (all children born Shiney Row)
William Potter 21 coal miner
Ann Potter 18
James Potter 16 mason
Ralph Potter Jr 13 coal miner
Mary Potter 10 scholar
Isabella Cowper niece 2 born Spennymoor, Durham

1871 Census
HOUGHTON LE SPRING, Durham Shiney Row Penshaw
RG10 piece 4981 folio 41 page 8 household 39
Ralph Potter 62 coal miner born Penshaw
Mary Potter 60 born ditto
Ralph Potter 23 engine driver
Mary Potter 20 dressmaker
Isabella Naisbet mother in law widow 84 born Gateshead

1881 Census
Ralph POTTER Head M Male 72 So Biddick, Durham, England Coal Miner (Retired)
Mary POTTER Wife M Female 70 Black Fell, Durham, England
Dwelling 167 Chapel Row
Census Place Penshaw, Durham, England
Family History Library Film 1342196
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4973 / 143
Page Number 20

Deaths Dec 1887 Potter Ralph 79 Houghton 10a 248 
Potter, Ralph (I2768)
 
49 1818
Gruntmire (Grundmire), John Christian
Petition to Ainslie: Petitioner, a native of Hesse, Germany, was in H.M. Service eight years. He is married and has five children. He asks a lot which he purchased from John Rundle who held it by Licence of Occupation. He asks also an adjoining lot of six chains which was occupied by Minor Bear, who died in petitioner's house without any relatives, and whose expenses petitioner paid. Note: recommended for a grant.
Cape Breton no.: 1926
NSARM microfilm: 15795

1813
Gruntmuire, Christian
Petition to Nepean, 1809: Petitioner was a soldier in Gen. Lasbag's Regiment of Hessians, served during the Revolution, was disbanded in 1783, and came to Cape Breton in 1785, and has since lived upon the one lot, but has no title. Adjoining land was willed to him by Mineard Beard, and he purchased another lot from John Rundle, Sr. He asks a title to the whole, in all under 500 acres. Petition of 1813: Petitioner was born in Germany, has lived in Cape Breton 29 years. He asks a title to land located to him by Gov. DesBarres. He lodged fees which have never been accounted for. Report of Crawley to Smyth: Lot 16, 180 acres, on the south side of the north-west branch of Sydney River. Plan.

Cape Breton no.: 920
NSARM microfilm: 15791

Andrew Grantmyer's burial is # 927, p. 116. "age 82" of St. George parish recs. 
Grantmyer, Andrew (I1909)
 
50 1841 Census- the family (engine man Robert, 30, Mary, 30, Isabella, 7, and Elizabeth Thompson, 15) are living in Yarm, Yorkshire (Stockton, Middlesbrough) on Dacre Street. (HO107 piece 1258, Bk 3, ED 1, Folio 13, pg 20, line 8, GSU Roll 464234)

1851 Census- the family (Robert (engineer), Mary Ann, and children including daughter Isabella) are living at North Bishopwearmouth St. Thomas, ED2 household 35 Class H017, piece 2395 folio 69 p 9, GSU Roll 87073

Robert Simpson born 8 March 1807, Wallsend, 9 March 1807. died 17 June 1869 West Rainton.
wife was Mary Ann Bell 
Simpson, Robert (I1334)
 

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