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201 Births Sep 1890 Wells Jane Ann Newcastle T. 10b 32
Baptism on FHL Film # 2,193,276 item 11 p. 46 
Wells, Jane Ann (I1971)
 
202 Births Sep 1892
Craig Margaret Middlesbro' 9d585

1911 census-see notes for brother Thomas Craig. 
Craig, Margaret (I1946)
 
203 Births Sep Q 1886 Cockburn Louisa Ellen Newcastle T. 10b 4
Baptism on FHL Film # 2,193,276 item 10 p. 73


Marriages Jun 1912
Cockburn Louisa E Echte Newcastle T. 10b 155
Echte Louis H Cockburn Newcastle T. 10b 155 [should probably be "Louis Albert Echte", photographer]

Births Sep 1912 Echte Florence M Newcastle T. 10b 335
Births Sep 1914 Echte Elsie M Newcastle T. 10b 336 Deaths Mar 1917 Echte Elsie M 2 Newcastle T. 10b 227
Births Jun 1916 Echte William L Newcastle T. 10b 294
Births Jun 1918 Echte Louisa E Newcastle T. 10b 237
Births Mar 1921 ECHTE Elsie Newcastle T. 10b 267
Births Mar 1923 Echte Charles E Newcastle T. 10b 267 Deaths Sep 1925 Echte Charles E 2 Newcastle T. 10b 77
Births Jun 1925 Echte Gladys E Newcastle T. 10b 264 Deaths Mar 1933 Echte Gladys E 7 Newcastle T. 10b 72
Births Dec 1926 ECHTE Mary Newcastle T 10b 244 Deaths Dec 1926 Echte Mary 0 Newcastle T. 10b 182

Deaths Louisa E. Echte, age 80, Newcastle, Sep Q 1966 1b174
 
Cockburn, Louisa Ellen (I1965)
 
204 Births, June 1856 Sunderland district 10a436

Baptism, All Sts, Monkwearmouth, June 1, 1856: Louisa Wells, to Charles and Ann Wells, bricklayer of Milburn Terrace (#1953) 
Wells, Louisa (I1313)
 
205 Bizarre (but real) birth certificate: Elmer R. Anderson; born 663 58th Street, Brooklyn, to James G Anderson, age 38, mechanic, Norway, and Mary Ljungquist, born Brooklyn, age 25, two previous children born, two currently living.
The address is right-on for John & Jenny, the boy's name is right; and mama's surname; examples of sloppiness in this certificate: in the place for mother's current name is James G Anderson; the maiden name, Mary Ljungquist. Why were so many errors ( no James G. Anderson appears in Brooklyn directories in this time period) made? The Doctor submitting this certificate could have mixed up data from another birth the same day, or perhaps the Anderson's accents were too thick for him?
Elmer is the anglicization of Hjalmar. 
Anderson, Elmer Robert (I221)
 
206 Blanche Haibeck
HAIBECK _ Blanche ("Bunny") Blanche ("Bunny") Haibeck passed away October 27, 2007 in Richmond General Hospital at the age of 86 following a long battle with heart disease. She was surrounded by her children, Sue Haibeck of Richmond, BC; Barb Grant of Calgary, Alberta; John Haibeck of West Vancouver, BC; and Tom Haibeck of North Vancouver, BC. Born on January 1, 1921 to parents Daniel and Winona Ostlund, Bunny was raised on the family farm in Stirling, Alberta. She was a hard worker who excelled in athletics throughout her childhood. She later moved to Lethbridge, Alberta where she met her beloved husband, JTC ("Todd") Haibeck, who predeceased her in June 2002. She is survived by her four children, eight grandchildren: Todd Haibeck of North Vancouver; Diana and Michael Grant of Calgary; Michael, Christopher and Emily Haibeck of North Vancouver; Maxwell and Olivia Sykes of West Vancouver; and one great-grandchild Brooklyn Haibeck of North Vancouver, all of whom were the love of her life. She often said: "If I had known how much fun grandchildren and great-grandchildren were, I would have had them first." She spent many happy summers with her grandchildren at the family cottage in Waterton Lakes National Park. Affectionately known as "The Little Red Hen" in recognition of her feisty and determined manner, she was loving to a fault and always there for her family and friends. She was also an active volunteer who gave generously to many good causes, including St. Michael's Hospital Auxiliary, The John Howard Society, Alanon and Southminster United Church. At her request, a private Graveside Service will be held in her honour November 17 in Calgary (McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes). Her family would like to thank Dr. Benny Bar-Shlomo, Dr. Kelvin Chao, Dr. Ed Lerner, Estelita Carpuz, Darlene Burns and the many other doctors, nurses and caregivers who tended to her throughout her illness. Those who wish may donate to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in lieu of flowers.
Published in the Calgary Herald from 11/2/2007 - 11/3/2007. 
Ostlund, Blanche (I1560)
 
207 Born at 643 3rd Ave. Bklyn according to birth certificate. 1st child of her mother. Surname indexed as "Rothell." New York City Civil Registration, Kings County 1883, Birth Certificate #1686 Rothwell, Lettie Amelia (I162)
 
208 born before her parent's marriage, according to family source; however, she does not appear on the 1911 census of Canada with her parents. Possibly living with a relative? Boutilier, Mary (I1341)
 
209 Born July 14? Died at 18 days. Ersson, Anders (I360)
 
210 Both parties were living on George Street at the time of marriage. Family F487
 
211 Both the 1900 and 1910 census of United States claim that Jennie (Ljungquist) Anderson gave birth to 3 children only 2 of which survived. Anderson, Albert Edward (I913)
 
212 BOUTILIER, Michael "Tom"

Published Date: Nov 15, 2018
Event Date: Nov 13, 2018

BOUTILIER, Michael "Tom" Passed away peacefully surrounded by love, on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at Innisfree House at the age of 79. Beloved husband of Betty for 54 years. Loving father of Darrin (Stephanie). Devoted grandpa of Lucas, Logan (2005) and Holden. Dear brother of Arnold (Helen), Cecilia Woltz (Jake), Helen Walters (Barry) and Margaret Ward (the late Brian). Survived by many nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by his grandson Logan, his sister Joan McIntyre (John) and his brothers Peter, Reginald and Kevin (in infancy). Tom's family will receive relatives and friends from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. on Friday, November 16, 2018 at the Henry Walser Funeral Home , 507 Frederick Street, Kitchener, 519-749-8467. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Anne's R.C. Church, 268 East Ave., Kitchener on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Reception will be held at the funeral home immediately following the funeral mass. Cremation to take place. Interment at Parkview Cemetery, at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, donations to Innisfree House or Baby's Breath would be appreciated by the family (cards available at the funeral home). Visit www.henrywalser.com for Tom's memorial.


Category: Obituaries & Death Notices

Newspaper(s): Waterloo Region Record

Location: Kitchener 
Boutilier, Michael (I978)
 
213 Bride was a resident of Northam at time of marriage, notes the marriage entry. Married on March 17, 1734 (1735 by our reckoning) Family F109
 
214 Brita's father was a kyrkoherde at Vika [Kopparberg]. Christophersdotter, Brita (I1648)
 
215 Burial is noted in the parish records of Stora Tuna (Stora Tuna C:7, AID v129312.b128) Ersdotter, Brita (I700)
 
216 Burial Record for David Duncan Leslie: Registration Year: 1913 - Book: 24 - Page: 18 - Number: 106. He died at the age of one year at Caledonia Mines. Leslie, David Duncan (I1568)
 
217 Burial record says born 1664, 30 _____ (the record seems to be incomplete.)

Karin Andersdotter, 11 Dec 1664, d.o. Anders Jonsson of Ostra Djupkarra? 
Andersdotter, Karin (I758)
 
218 buried February 25, 1706, "age 59" C:2, is GENLINE image 169.43.31100
Baptism Record, Grangärde is GENLINE image 169.41.76500 
Olsson, Hans (I1200)
 
219 BUTLER, BETTA MARIA
Date of Birth: 27 Jan 1875
Place of Birth: OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name: BEARDSLEY
certid# 1955-MN-019826
Date of Death: 22 Feb 1955
County of Death: HENNEPIN

Betta's parents were natives of New York

1905 State Census of Wisconsin, Roll CSUSAWI905_27 line 27, Pleasant Valley, Wisconsin
Murray B. Butler, 39 bridge builder 10/12 months employed
Beattha? M. Butler, 30
Howard N. Butler 8 (all children born in Wisconsin)
Claude B Butler, 6
Sydney M. A. 4
Frances M. 2
Clifford, 3/12
domestic Jenny M. Wagner, 22
(the household enumerated just previously to this one is that of Chester and Adelia Francis, Betta's parents)

1910 Federal Census, Pleasant Valley, Hammond St. Croix Wisc (Roll T624_1736) p. 1B ED 202
Betta Butler, married, married 13 years previously born Wisc, parents NY (all children born WISC)
Howard Butler, 13, odd jobs laborer
Claude Butler, 11 odd jobs laborer
Sydney Butler, 9
Frances Butler, 7
Clifford Butler, 5
Louis Butler, 2

1920 Federal Census, Hammond, St. Croix Wisc (Roll T625_2015 p 2B ED 183
Betta M. Butler, 44, divorced, telephone operator
Frances M. Butler, 17
Clifford F. Butler, 14
Louis E. Butler, 12

Howard Vincent Butler, farmer, of RR No. 2, Hammond WI, registered for the draft in St. Croix County on June 5, 1918. He was born in Pleasant Valley on January 6, 1897 and had grey eyes and brown hair.
Howard Butler died in March 1981 in Hopkins, Hennepin Co., Minnesota. (Source: SSDI)

Sydney Murray Butler, laborer for (cannot read) registered for the draft in St. Croix County on September 12, 1918. He was born in Hammond on August 29, 1900 and was described as medium in height and build, with blue eyes and light brown hair.
Sydney M. Butler died 19 Nov 1987 in Minneapolis (Source: SSDI)

Minnesota Death Certificates Index
BUTLER, LOUIS EDMUND
Date of Birth: 12 Jun 1907
Place of Birth: OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name: FRANCIS
certid# 1964-MN-006397
Date of Death: 26 Feb 1964
County of Death: HENNEPIN

BUTLER, SYDNEY M.
Date of Birth: 29 Oct 1900
Place of Birth: OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name: FRANCIS
certid# 1987-MN-029382
Date of Death: 19 Nov 1987
County of Death: HENNEPIN

BUTLER, CLAUDE BENJAMIN
Date of Birth: 21 Nov 1898
Place of Birth: OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name: FRANCIS
certid# 1995-MN-020736
Date of Death: 21 Jul 1995
County of Death: ST. LOUIS

BUTLER, HOWARD V.
Date of Birth: 06 Jan 1897
Place of Birth: OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name: FRANCIS
certid# 1981-MN-006566
Date of Death: 23 Mar 1981
County of Death: HENNEPIN


 
Francis, Betta Maria (I317)
 
220 Cape Breton Deaths May 17, 2006 Wednesday
Violet Clark 80, SYDNEY Violet Theresa Clark, 80, of Sydney, passed away Tuesday, May 16, 2006, at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Sydney, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Sydney, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Mary (MacIntyre) Boutilier, Sydney. She was a member of St. Anthony Daniel parish, Sydney. She was a caring mother and was a hairstylist for most of her life and an accountant. She enjoyed skiing and playing the piano in her earlier years. She is survived by her daughter, Brenda Clark, Sydney; sons, Lionel (Carol Ann) Clark, Hilden, Kenny MacDonald, Dartmouth; Robert (the late Lynn) Clark and children, Truro; brother, Paul (Bernise) Boutilier, Ontario; and six grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Robert, son, Gregory, brothers, Lem and Gerard and sisters, Louise and Mary. Visitation for the late Mrs. Clark will take place Wednesday (today) from 7-9 p.m. and Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at T.W. Curry Parkview Chapel. A funeral mass will be celebrated Friday at 11 a.m. at St. Anthony Daniel Church with Rev. Donald MacGillivary officiating. Interment in Forest Haven Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to a charity of choice. Online condolences may be forwarded to the family at twcurryparkviewchapel@ns.sympatico.ca. 
Boutilier, Violet Theresa (I788)
 
221 Cape Breton Land Petition 1813
Murrent, Aurelia
Petition to Swayne: Petitioner was born in the United States, and came to Cape Breton with her parents. She married Henry Peters who died and left her with five children. She afterwards married Thomas Murrent. She asks a lease of a lot on the north side of Cow Bay allotted by Gov. Despard to Henry Peters. Note: postponed.
Cape Breton no.: 953
NSARM microfilm: 15791 
Payne, Aurelia (I1663)
 
222 Cape Breton Post obituary, October 10, 1901: "Henry Boutilier, one of the oldest and best known residents of Coxheath, died suddenly yesterday morning. He arose at his usual time apparently hale and hearty, but was up but a few hours when he dropped dead. Paralysis is supposed to have been the cause of death. Deceased was over 80 years of age. He leaves a large family. Four of his sons, Alfred, Joseph, John Henry and Thomas reside in Sydney and the neighborhood."

The Boutilier-Bellworth marriage is found on pg. 176 of St. George parish registers.

1871 Census Sydney div 2 p 29-30 household 104
Henry Boutiler 51 sailor no write
Jane Boutiler 48 no read no write
Thomas Boutiler 24 farmer
John H. Boutiler 22 sailor
Joseph Boutiler 20 shoemaker
Alfred Boutiler 18 sailor
Vincent Boutiler 15 sailor
Matilda Boutiler 13 in school
Lewis Boutiler 9 in school
Edward Boutiler 7 in school
Murry Boutilier 4
Schedule 3 p 6:acres 98 1 house 1 barn 1 sleigh 3 waggons 1 pleasure boat 1 plough
Schedule 4 p 6: 30 acres improved 10 in pasture 160 bushels oats 3/4 acre (150 bushels) potatoes 20 barrels turnips 8 acres (12 tons) hay
Schedule 5 p 6: 1 horse over 1 1 colt/filly 5 milk cows 2 other cattle 19 sheep 1 hog 4 sheep killed/sold 1 hog killed/sold 300 pounds of butter 45 pounds of wool 29 yards of homemade cloth/flannel
Schedule 7 p 6: 250 cubic feet "other" square/sided timber; 140 census standard spruce and other logs; 6 cords of firewood
Schedule 8 p 6: 21 fathoms nets and scines 9 barrels of herring

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Henry BOUTILIER M Male English 61 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Jane BOUTILIER M Female English 59 Nova Scotia Church of England
John BOUTILIER Male English 32 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Edmund BOUTILIER Male English 17 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Church of England
Murray BOUTILIER Male English 16 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Church of England
Eliza BOUTILIER Female English 20 Nova Scotia Church of England [who is this?]
Census Place Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375803
NA Film Number C-13167
District 6
Sub-district P
Division 2
Page Number 22
Household Number 91


 
Boutilier, Henry Joseph (I43)
 
223 Cape Breton Post, January 21, 1999
Peter C. (Newfie) Boutilier, 58, Waterloo, ONT. Peter C. (Newfie) Boutilier, 58, passed away peacefully Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1998, at his residence in Waterloo, Ont. Loving son of Margaret Boutilier and the late Peter Boutilier. Dear father of Michael Boutilier, Aylmer, Maureen and Tracey Boutilier, both of Toronto. Remembered by his three grandchildren. Brother of Joan McIntyre, Cecilia Filiptsch, Helen Walters and her husband Barry and Margaret Martin, all of Waterloo, Tom Boutilier and his wife Betty, Arnold Boutilier and his wife Helen, all of Kitchener, Reginald Boutilier, of Arthur. Also remembered by his many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother-in-law, John McIntyre. Peter was a tire inspector at Uniroyal for 28 years. The family recieved friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, Waterloo. A Mass of Christian Burial took place at St. Michael's RC Church with Rev. Reginald Currie officiating. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation. 
Boutilier, Peter C. (I79)
 
224 Cape Breton Post: May 22, 2008

Mary (Betty) Fraser
Mary (Betty) Fraser passed away peacefully at Elginwood Nursing Home in Toronto on Sunday, May 18, 2008, in her 89th year.
Betty was predeceased by her husband, Larder Fraser, a well known Cape Breton municipal councillor, in 1973.
She was the beloved and loving mother of Elaine and Ross, and she used all her formidable strength and wit to establish them in life and then, in retirement, inspire them with her diverse cultural interests, her financial management skills and, in recent times, her tenacity in the face of chronic pain.
She learned to speak French as a retirement project, painted poignant watercolours of children and ‘old faces,’ as she called her portraits of older people, and bottled classic preserves such as her famous corn relish.
Earlier, as a school teacher, she inspired a generation of students at Riverview Rural High School where she taught for nearly 20 years. She had the talent of being the firm, no-nonsense teacher who truly cared, and students became devoted to her. Before retiring, she completed her university degree by taking classes part time at the University College of Cape Breton.
At her request, Betty will be buried in Cape Breton next to her beloved husband, Larder.
A funeral service will be held in Betty’s home town of Sydney at S.W. Chant & Son Funeral Home, 564 Alexandra St., Saturday, May 24 at 11 a.m.
Online condolences may be sent to our webpage at www.chantfuneralhome.com.

The above obituary also appeared in the Toronto Star 
Baker, Mary "Betty" (I2445)
 
225 Casey Isabella Boston 1907 vol 573 p. 14 Marriage
(can't find James Dalton, however) 
Family F197
 
226 CATHARINE ELIZABETH "KATE" BELLWORTH was born 15 April 1848 in Main-à-Dieu, Nova Scotia and baptized May 6, 1849, St. George's Sydney. While resident in Catalone, she married seaman Francis DICKSON (son of Thomas and Catherine Dickson) of Catalone by license 17 February 1873 in Catelone [Witnesses Cyrus Spencer and William Dickson) Nova Scotia civil registration year: 1873 - Book: 1804 - Page: 72 - Number: 58] and died 2 June 1940 in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, and was buried two days later on the 4th in Louisbourg (St. Bartholomew-there is a gravestone). (Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration, Registration Year: 1940 - Book: 192 - Page: 377]

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Household: Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Francis DICKSON Male English 42 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Kate DICKSON Female English 33 Nova Scotia Church of England
Murry DICKSON Male English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Mary DICKSON Female English 4 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Catalone, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district L
Page Number 23
Household Number 95

1891 Census Louisbourg hh 28 p. 7 w1.5/5
Francis Dickson 52 fisherman NS/NS/NS
Catharine Dickson 43
Murry B. Dickson 14 servant
Mary Dickson 13
Emma Dickson 7
all read/write except Emma only read.

3 33 25 Dickson Francis M Head M Jan 22 1839 62
3 34 25 Dickson Kate F Wife M Apr 15 1848 53
3 35 25 Dickson Murray M Son S Dec 22 1873 27
3 36 25 Dickson Minnie F Daughter S Dec 8 1879 22
3 37 25 Dickson Emma F Daughter S Jun 23 1884 17
3 38 25 Dickson Ernest M Son S Jun 17 1891 10
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Louisburg (Town/Ville), CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: t-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6448

Delayed Nova Scotia birth registration for Emma Isabel Dickson, (Bk. 1904 pg. 92303146) born at Catalone to fisherman Francis & Catherine Dickson, baptized Jan 5 1884 St. Bartholomew, born June 23 of the previous year. 
Bellworth, Catherine Elizabeth (I1727)
 
227 Catherine Mulvihill, while residing in Petrolia, Lambton County, was married to Orlando COLE, a native of Fredricksburg, 23 June 1877 at Enniskillen, Lambton County, Ontario. She died in 1918 in Astoria, Oregon. There was a obituary in the Morning Astorian November 2, 1918. It states that Catherine was born in New York State. Catherine had four children with Orlando Cole: two daughters (Mrs. Annie Schwegler, Mrs. Lillie Pearson) and two sons, Elias and John. She was buried in Ocean View Cemetery, Astoria) Mulvihill, Catherine (I2071)
 
228 Charles MacDonald son of Robert MacDonald and Ann MacInnis was born Jan. 6, 1866 and baptized at Judique Feb. 25, 1866 (Source: "Baptisms performed by Fr. Alexander Mor MacDonald and others" at www.cbgha.org). The same birthdate is provided in Mabou Pioneers.

Nova Scotia Civil Marriage Registration. Mary MacInnis and Charles MacDonald, Inv. Co., Registration Year 1901 - Book 1825 - Page 172 - Number 51

Informant of death was Rob McDonald of West Mabou, son. Wife's name provided on death certificate as Mary MacISAAC. (Charles MacDonald, NS Civ Reg, Inv. Co., Registration Year 1956 - Book 1956 - Page 2842)

'Charles MacDonald, Tearlach Rob,...was first married to Mary MacInnis of Judique with issue: A. Christina Isabel. He was married, the second time, to Mary MacIsaac, daughter of "Iain Domhnuill 'ic Iain 'ic Ailein" with issue: B. Robert, C. John Duncan, D. Margaret, E. Mary, and F. Elizabeth." MP p. 607-8
 
MacDonald, Charles (I1694)
 
229 Charles MacInnis (died 1874) married Mary MacPherson (died 1920 age 98) of Big Pond, Cape Breton. Issue (surviving): Neil, Angus, Roderick, Catherine, Mary, Martina, Joseph Charles, and Lucy.

1871 Census of Canada West Lake Ainslie p.19 household 56
Charles McInnis 44 born Scotland Catholic ship carpenter married
Mary McInnis 41 Nova Scotia Catholic married no read no write
Joseph McInnis 13
Neil McInnis 12
Mary McInnis 10
Lucy McInnis 7
Roderick McInnis 8
Catherine McInnis 5
Marthina McInnis 3
Angus McInnis born September 1870

Charles McInnis, married, age 48, native of Scotland, son of Angus and Lucy, died 21 March 1874 of pleurisy or "pain in side" Jos. McInnis making the return. Place of death not given. (NS Civ Reg Book: 1810 - Page: 99 - Number: 29)

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Household:
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Mary MCINNIS W Female Scottish 50 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Joseph MCINNIS Male Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Neil MCINNIS Male Scottish 21 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic


Mary MCINNIS Female Scottish 19 Nova Scotia Catholic
Lucy MCINNIS Female Scottish 14 Nova Scotia Catholic
Roderick MCINNIS Male Scottish 18 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catherine MCINNIS Female Scottish 13 Nova Scotia Catholic
Martena MCINNIS Female Scottish 11 Nova Scotia Catholic
Angus MCINNIS Male Scottish 9 Nova Scotia Catholic
Source Information:
Census Place West Lake Ainslie, Inverness, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375801
NA Film Number C-13165
District 4
Sub-district I
Page Number 9
Household Number 29 
MacInnis, Charles (I1777)
 
230 Check this out: born 1665 January 5? died 1737 in Sundbo, Västanfors. Married 1688-9/30 in Söderbärke to Johan Persson 1667 Sundbo Norberg/Västanfors. Bergsman in Sundbo. Olsdotter, Margareta (I1165)
 
231 Children of Anders Holstensson and Anna Ersdotter:

Margareta Andersdotter (10/18?/1782) (married 6/26/1800)

Holsten Andersson (9/17/1786),

Anders Andersson (10/12/1789?),

Peter Andersson (5/15/1794),

Mathias Andersson (6/14/1796),

Anna Andersdotter (6/23/1798) 
Holstensson, Anders (I701)
 
232 Children of Annie Hoy and Samuel Pattison

David Pattison. ca. 1960s address for David Pattison- Kingsgate, Old Woking Road, Tyrford, Surrey, England

Elizabeth Pattison. First the spouse of Stuart ("Mrs. J. Steward, 46 Ancrum Street, Spittletongus, Newcastle-on-Tyne England"). Issue two boys and a girl.

Robert Pattison.

1911 Census of Ireland household return household 15
County Antrim Ballymena Constabulary District Portglenone Subdistrict Ballymena Poor Law Union Mid-Antrim Parliamentary Division, Portglenone Electoral Division, Casheltown Townland, Toome Lower Barony, Portglenone Civil Parish.
Samuel Pattison head r&w 37 stone mason
Annie Pattison wife r& w 27 married 1 year; 1 child, 1 living
Samuel Gordon boarder read only 78 widower, gardener
David Pattison son (of Samuel Pattison) 1
all Presbyterian in religion and natives of Co. Antrim.

Name Samuel Pattison
Registration district Ballymena
Record type BIRTHS
Registration date - quarter and year 1874
Film number 101051
Volume 6
Page 98
Digital GS number 4187290
Image number 00331
Collection Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958
pilot.familysearch.org 
Pattison, Samuel (I363)
 
233 Children of Jonas Holstenius

1) Georgius (1656-1695) (Kyrkoherde in Norrbärke] "Student i Uppsala 1676, magister 1685, prästvigd 1684, vice pastor i Norberg 1684, lektor i historia och poesi i Västerås gymnasium 1688, lektor i fysik och logik 1690, kyrkoherde i Norrbärke 1692, kontraktsprost 1693" Married to Catharina Sundia (1662-1725). Two sons.

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tingdal/forskning200711/ 0002/3_577.htm

2) Maria (1657-1716) married to Petrus Forselius of Säter [Kopparberg] and Haraker [Västmanland]. Five daughters, two sons.

3) Anna (1659-1717). Died in Hedemora. 
Holstenius, Jonas (I1651)
 
234 Children's baptism dates:
April 17, 1672: Olof Mattson's barn i Brunna
August 22, 1673: ditto
March 2, 1677: ditto
Nov. 1, 1685: ditto

See LI: 6 Church Accountings, Testamente for burial date 
Mattsson, Olof (I1108)
 
235 Claude Brown, 19 Budle Street, Newcastle was married to Thomas Craig's daughter Jessie Craig. [information: undated ca. 1960s-1970s telephone book in possession of author)

Marriages Mar 1919 Brown Claude Craig Newcastle T. 10b 82 [Jessie Craig]

Births Mar 1889
Craig Jessie Newcastle T. 10b 61 
Craig, Jessie (I1410)
 
236 could Finlay have been married twice?
???

1881 Census:
Finley MCDONALD M Male Scottish 46 Nova Scotia Farmer Roman Catholic
Bettey MCDONALD M Female Scottish 32 Nova Scotia Farmer Roman Catholic
Mary MCDONALD Female Scottish 10 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Mary Ann MCDONALD Female Scottish 9 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Micheal MCDONALD Male Scottish 7 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
John MCDONALD Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Lissey Ann MCDONALD Female Scottish 2 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Source Information:
Census Place Big Pond, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district H
Page Number 22
Household Number 95

???
1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 27 Poplar Grove poll district / page 2
11 13 McDonald Finlay M Head M Sep 1820 90
12 13 McDonald Ann F Wife M Jan 1840 71
13 13 McDonald Dan M Son S Mar 1875 36
14 13 McDonald Catherine F Daughter S Jun 1876 35
15 13 Purcell Driscoll M Adopted S Apr 1896 15 
MacDonald, Finlay (I2349)
 
237 daughter Lucy Ann Boutilier, died 1940 in Gardiner Mines, Cape Breton County (Book: 192 - Page: 540). Lucy's death cert claims Sarah's surname was Boutilier and she was born at St. Margarets Bay. Informant neice Mrs. William Bain. son Frank Edwin Boutilier, married to Hannah Andrews, died 1940 in Sydney River, Cape Breton County (Book: 192 - Page: 43); this certificate provides the same information about Sarah Boutilier's birthplace. Sup't of Cape Breton Hosp. was informant. Son Henry J. Boutlier, died single in 1930 in Gardner, Cape Breton County (Book: 140 - Page: 455) (or Henry G.) Son John P. Boutilier, died single 1934 in Gardener Mines, Cape Breton County (Book: 162 - Page: 409)

 
Boutilier, Sarah (I2684)
 
238 daughter of Alexander (son of John) Walker & Flora MacKinnon Walker, Dorothy (I1764)
 
239 daughter of Angus and Catherine acc. to marriage registration. resident at Point Edward at the time of her marriage. (Bk. 1804 P. 72 No. 59) Morrison, Catherine (I2297)
 
240 daughter of Angus MacDonald and Catherine MacDonald. Angus MacDonald was a son of "Alisdair Denoon." MP p. 665, 471 MacDonald, Margaret (I1927)
 
241 daughter of Duncan and Catherine of Little Judique MacInnis, Mary (I1916)
 
242 daughter of Ellen Lewis & George Daily(?) (from a different family of Lewises?) Daley, Elizabeth (I1593)
 
243 daughter of farmer Alexander McLellan and Elizabeth McLellan McLellan, Margaret (I1918)
 
244 Daughter of farmer John and Sarah of Barrachois
mother is Sarah Lewis (Hannah Burgoyne & James Lewis--> son of Henry and Catherine (Boutilier) Lewis). Ada is the 2nd cousin once removed of her husband. 
Fraser, Ada Jane (I311)
 
245 Daughter of farmer John Howie and Lucy Boutilier. Second cousin of her husband (Her mother Lucy was a daughter of John Peter Boutilier). She was resident at Coxheath at time of marriage acc. to marriage registration.

remarried 2 October 1899 in Boston Massachusetts to Charles E. Emerson. 
Howie, Ellen (I1997)
 
246 daughter of farmer Michael and Maggie MacPhee, Mary (I2460)
 
247 Daughter of farmer Thomas and Margaret Battersby. Death certificate says born at west side of sydney river. Third cousin once removed of her spouse. Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Civil Registration, Death Certificate, Registration Year: 1912 - Book: 22 - Page: 46 - Number: 275. Death certificate indicates Hardwood Hill as burial place, however, the burial date is noted in the register of St. George, Sydney. Battersby, Agnes Susan (I310)
 
248 daughter of Finlay "Mor" Beaton of Mabou Coal Mines Beaton, Sarah (I2731)
 
249 daughter of fisherman John George and Martha ("Patty") Tutty Tutty, Mary (I2502)
 
250 Daughter of former coal miner James McIntyre d. 1929 Glace Bay and his wife Sarah Morrison. Agnes' marriage registration names her father as a liquor dealer and Joseph Boutilier as a hotel keeper, perhaps they had some sort of a business connection?



Agnes Boutilier, died 1968 in Sydney, Cape Breton County

Item can be found in Registration Year: 1968 - Page: 4673 
MacIntyre, Mary Agnes (I464)
 

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