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251 Daughter of James and Batsheba Mortimer of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland. Known as "Jennie". Mortimer, Jane (I1509)
 
252 daughter of John; Captain Neil was a sponsor of baptism. Battersby, Elenor (I522)
 
253 daughter of Joseph A. Herbert and Viola Lamone acc to Bronx Marriage Registration Certificate # 2034, year 1922 Herbert, Christina M. (I1486)
 
254 daughter of Michael Barrett and Mary Nealon (Mellon?)
Martha Ann Hopkins, widow, housewife, died at Camden Twp, age 71 (born April 7, 1865) according to the death certificate (informant, brother Richard Barrett of Centerville), cert #022238 Archives of Ontario microfilm series 935 film # 556 
Barrett, Martha Ann (I2262)
 
255 daughter of Michael Conway according to death certificate Conway, Bridget (I1455)
 
256 daughter of Murdoch McNeil. MacNeil, Mary (I1907)
 
257 daughter of Peter and Jane Doyle according to death cert; Michigan Civil Registration Death Certificate, Catherine Flynn, 1873, FHL Film 2363452, p 87 rn 1074 Doyle, Catherine (I2232)
 
258 daughter of Peter Celoria and Jessie Graziano acc to Bronx Marriage Registration Certificate # 2008, 1926 Celoria, Josephine (I1484)
 
259 daughter of Richard Taylor and Rose O'Neil Taylor, Hannah (I2112)
 
260 daughter of Thomas Armstrong and Mary Ann Mulvihill




 
Armstrong, Mary Ann (I1483)
 
261 daughter of William Pitts and Ann Morley Pitts, Eleanor Marianne (I2462)
 
262 Daughter of [harbor] pilot John and Ellen (Daily) Fraser (1881 Census, Balls Creek FHL Film 1375802 NA Film C-13166 District 6E Div 1 p 12 hh 44)

John Fraser born about 1839 (son of John Fraser and Sarah Lewis)
Ellen Daily born about 1842 (daughter of George Daily and Ellen Lewis?) 
Fraser, Mary Beatrice (I2735)
 
263 death certificate number 3953

1900 Census of USA Kings County, New York
495 Sullivan St.
Jermiah Bates Nov 1858 age 41 married 20 years born Ireland, parents born Ireland imm.1879; naturalized; day laborer
May Bates Oct 1855 age 44 five children one surviving born NY, parents born Ireland
Jeremiah Bates April 1895
Enumeration district 0072
Sheet number and letter 1A
Household id 2
Reference number 8
GSU film number 1241046
Image number 00134


Brooklyn Daily Eagle, July 20, 1933 p. 13
BATES-Mary, on July 19, at her residence, 345 Franklin Ave. Survived by one son, Jeremiah Bates, and two sisters, Bridget Weaver and Catherine Neely. Funeral on Saturday, July 22, 9:30 a.m., thence to St. Patrick's R.C. Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. 
Bates, Jeremiah (I2335)
 
264 Deaths Dec 1872
CROSBY Joseph 67 Houghton 10a 273

maybe the Joseph Crosby born/baptized in 1805 at Chester-le-Street, born at Fatfield. 
Crosby, Joseph (I2787)
 
265 Deaths Dec 1875 TATE Walker 54 Houghton 10a 262

1841 Census: see notes for father Simon Tate

1851 Census South Hetton, Haswell
Walker TATE, 29, coal miner, born Washington, Durham
Mary TATE, 27, born Houghton le Spring
Simon Tate, 1, born South Hetton
Simon Tate, 81, father, coal miner, born Penshaw
HO107 piece 2392 folio 275 p 14 GSU Roll 87070

1861 Census Hetton le Hole Easington Lane hh 21
Walker TATE 39 head coalminer born Washington Durham
Simon TATE 11 born Eastington Lane
John William TATE 7 born Seaham
Margaret Jane TATE 5 born Seaham
Elenor PATTERSON 20 servant born Bishop Auckland
ED6e Class RG9 Piece 3756 folio 5 p 4 GSU Roll 543182

1871 Census hh 172 Hetton le Hole ED6 hh171 RG10 piece 4984 folio 71 p. 32 GSU Roll 847435
Walker Tate 49 colliery agent born Durham Mount?? (likely: "The Mount", Washington)
Isabella Tate 42 born Easington Lane
Simon Tate 21 born South Hetton
John W. Tate 17 born Seaham (looks like Seaton)
Mary J. Tate 15 born Seaham (looks like Seaton)
Ann Fotheringill 82 born Chester le Street

Walker Tate was married in 1848 while living in South Hetton and then remarried in 1861 while living at Elemore Vale. 
Tate, Walker (I2769)
 
266 Deaths Jun 1886
TATE Jane 73 Sunderland 10a 325 
Old, Jane (I933)
 
267 Deaths Jun 1894 Richardson Lilian 10 Tynemouth 10b 120 Richardson, Lilian (I1949)
 
268 Deaths Jun Q 1842
Potter Jane Houghton le Spring 24 113 
Liddel, Jane (I2754)
 
269 Deaths Mar 1901 Cockburn Isabella 66 Dewsbury 9b 471 Simpson, Isabella (I940)
 
270 Deaths Mar 1929 McIntyre George 76 Sunderland 10a 995 McIntyre, George (I2045)
 
271 Dec 1901 Tynemouth 10b384 HOY Margaret Tate John Family F30
 
272 Decker, Wilbin R.
Wilbin R. Decker, a retired toll collector for the NYS Thruway and lifelong
resident of the area, died Sunday, May 8, 2005 at the Columbia Presbyterian
Hospital. He was 60.

The son of Edith Guattery and the late David Decker, he was born July 31, 1944
in Middletown.

Survivors include his wife Eileen Kearney Decker at home; one daughter, Eileen
Maisonet and husband Nelson of Wallkill; two grandchildren Nicholas Hirn and
Erica Maisonet; and nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, May 11 at the
Gridley-Horan Funeral Home, 39 Orchard St., Walden.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Thursday, May 12 at the funeral
home.

Burial will be in Wallkill Valley Cemetery in Walden.

Memorial contributions may be made to A Gift of Life, PO Box 49, Madison
Square Station, New York City, NY 10159 or to the Walden Humane Society.

Arrangements by Gridley-Horan Funeral Home.

Published in the Times Herald-Record on 5/10/2005. 
Decker, Wilkin Rothwell (I1398)
 
273 died 7 April 1927 in Cleveland Ohio, burial Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland. Married to Michael Joseph Reilly (born 8 April 1864) a native of Castlebar, Mayo; married 20 June 1894 in Cleveland. Children Francis David, Mary Margaret, John Patrick, Bernard Thomas, Etheldreda Elizabeth, Helen Colette.

Known as Agnes.

Index SAGINAW NEWS COURIER
Friday, April 8, 1927 (10)
Name REILLY, BRIDGET AGNES
Child Of MR. & MRS. C.J. FLANNIGAN
Date of Death Thursday, April 7, 1927
Place of Death CLEVELAND, OH


1900 Census, Taylor Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio Ward 29 ED 150 Roll T623_1258 p 8B
Michael Reilly, April 1870, age 23, born Ireland, imm. 1886, na, iron moulder
Agnes Reilly, June 1875 age 24, born Canada imm. 1884
David F. Reilly, Feb 1895 born Ohio
Mary M. Reilly Mar 1897 born Ohio
John P. Reilly Mar 1899 born Michigan
Margaret Flanigan Aug 1872, imm 1884
Anna Flanigan Aug 1878, ditto
Loretta Flanigan Jan 1880, ditto
Elizabeth Flanigan Apr 1882, ditto

1920 Census, W. 45 St., Cleveland, Ward 8, ED 142 Roll T625_1363 p. 10B
Michael Reilly, 53, imm 1888/na 1895, iron moulder
Agnes Reilly, 47 imm 1884/1895
Marie Reilly 22 born OH, stenographer
John Reilly 20 born MI, dept store mgr
Bernard Reilly 18, born OH, RR clerk
Ethel Reilly, 12, born OH
Helen Reilly, 9 born OH
John Walsh, 60, uncle, widowed, imm. 1880, na 1890 laborer, machinist 
Flanagan, Bridget (I2273)
 
274 died at "age 38." Cowley, Dorothy (I2758)
 
275 Died at 14 Days old Hansson, Per (I250)
 
276 died at 3 Wellington Lane, Ayers Quay Cockburn, John (I2035)
 
277 Died at 51 Wellington Lane, Ayers Quay Cockburn, David (I2036)
 
278 died at 8 months old Tate, William (I1304)
 
279 died at about age 72 Henniksson, Peder (I121)
 
280 died at age 21.
Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. Mary McDonald. Inv. Co. 1876. - Book 1810 - Page 134 - Number 211 Informant R. McDonald. 
MacDonald, Mary (I1774)
 
281 died at lot 29 concession 4 Hungerford Township according to death certificate #012399

Acc. to Erinsville parish registers, interment no. 7 p. 250, 1904, FHL Film #2,032,032 "Winnifred Flynn" was buried in the presence of Michael McGrath and John McGrath. 
O'Leary, Winifred (I2234)
 
282 died in childbirth with her third child

Baptism sponsors were Jean Jacques Plansson rep. by father Pierre, and Elizabeth, daughter of Pierre Malrage. 
Mignerey, Elisabeth (I2657)
 
283 died young leaving no issue. Flynn, Charles (I1515)
 
284 died young. MacDonald, Roderick (I1773)
 
285 died young. MacDonald, Michael (I2695)
 
286 Dinah Peach. Born around 1841. Spouse of Charles A. TUTTY (aka Diana Peach). Issue. Death Certificate 1934-162-125. Born Dec. 25, 1841-died Aug 28, 1934, Louisbourg. Widow. Her son, Alonzo Tutty of Louisbourg was informant. Death Certificate gives parents' full names.

1871 Census Mainadieu div 2 p 20 hh 64
Charles Tutty 30 fisherman married no read no write
Diana Tutty 27 married no read no write
William Tutty 69 fisherman widower
Solomon Tutty 4
Alonzo Tutty 3

1881 Census
Diana TUTTY M Female English 36 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Salomon TUTTY Male English 14 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Lonza TUTTY Male English 13 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Lenora TUTTY Female English 9 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Margaret TUTTY Female English 4 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Caroline TUTTY Female English 2 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Source Information:
Census Place Main-a-Dieu, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district J
Page Number 6
Household Number 20 
Peach, Dinah "Diana" (I2511)
 
287 Diocese of Dublin, Parish of St. Nicholas Without Church of Ireland
Baptism of Henry Thomas Manning of 55 New St on 21 February 1841
Name Henry Thomas Manning
Date of Birth 30 January 1841
parents Horatio Nelson & Lucy Manning
book 4 page 67 entry 380
www.irishgenealogy.ie


Henry T. Manning naturalization occurred in City Court of Brooklyn, New York vol 40 no 389, October 28, 1865, witness was Henry Entwid

Henry T. Manning married Mary Agnes Higgins in Kings County on June 12, 1895, according to marriage certificate #2616.

as Henry T. Manning, he died at 827 Herkeimer Street, a 2 family home, at age 86, son of Horatio N. Manning and Lucy Halliday, both of Ireland, resident of the US for 79 years, of New York 60 years, married. Death Certificate #7078 Kings County, year 1930

Brooklyn Eagle, Friday December 30, 1949 p. 7
"Higgins-Walter H., of 827 Herkimer St., on December 28, 1949, devoted brother of Jennie Higgins; uncle of Horatio W. and Henry T. Manning. Service at the Chapel, 187 South Oxford Street, Saturday, 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery"
 
Manning, Henry Thomas (I3317)
 
288 Document number VR-02-0034-1832
Lövgren, Erik [Jansson]
Born 1807-12-08
Died 1892-01-31
Wife Ersdotter Kajsa
Born 1801-12-21
Regiment Västmanlands regemente
Company FOLKARE
Parish Hedemora
File Nåås
Centrala Soldatregistret 
Jansson Löfgren, Eric (I403)
 
289 Document number VR-07-0104
Blomberg, Anders [Olsson]
Regiment Västmanlands regemente
Company BERGS KOMPANI
Parish Norberg
File Andersbenning
(Centrala Soldatregistret)

Burial Record, Norberg Parish, is Genline Image # 2372.9.98200 
Olsson Blomberg, Anders (I741)
 
290 Document number: AL-02-0017-1748
Sundberg, Lars [Larsson]

Born: 1726-12-20
Died: 1758-05-07

Wife: Nilsdotter Ingrid
Born: 1722-04-12


Regiment: Andra livgrenadjärregementet
Company: TJUST
Parish: Yxnerum
File: Drängsbo 
Sundberg, Lars (I719)
 
291 Document number: VR-02-0007-1838
Liten, Lars [Jansson Hedström]

Born 1817-09-12
Died 1856-01-22
Wife Fernstén Anna Stina
Born 1818-08-15
Regiment Västmanlands regemente
Company FOLKARE
Parish Hedemora
File Norshyttan
(Centrala Soldatregistret) 
Jansson Hedström Liten, Lars (I482)
 
292 Donald McKenzie is believed to have settled on the Isle of Coll and to have descendants in the area of West Bay Road, Cape Breton. (History of Christmas Island Parish). MacKenzie, Donald (I555)
 
293 DUNCAN W LESLIE 03 Mar 1918 11 Sep 1992 06606 (Bridgeport, Fairfield, CT) (none specified) 044-24-8094 Connecticut Leslie, Duncan William (I1551)
 
294 Dunford Jr. , M.D., Phillips Albert

Phillips Albert Dunford Jr. MD
Born February 23, 1919, to Phillips Albert Dunford, Sr., and Lucy Gerda Rothwell Dunford in Long Beach, CA, as a child he lived in San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, and Button-willow. He graduated from Kern County Union High School (now Bakersfield High School) in 1936. He graduated from UC Berkeley in 1940, and from UCSF Medical School in 1943. During a one-year internship at Alameda County Hospital, he met his future wife, Ruth Vivian Littlefield, of Iowa, who was also an intern. They were married on October 23, 1943.


During World War II he served in the Pacific Theater as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy in the Medical Corps, taking part in amphibious landings on various islands including Iwo Jima and Okinawa. In 1946, Dr. Phil and Dr. Ruth (as they came to be known) moved to Bakersfield, where they established a private practice in general (family) medicine on the corner of Bernard and Baker Street, where they remained 37 years, retiring in 1984. In 1950, the Navy reactivated Dr. Phil for the Korean War and Dr. Ruth took over the medical practice while rearing their four children. Following his return they were blessed with five more children. All nine of their children graduated from college, seven in the field of healthcare and two in engineering fields. In 1966, Dr. Phil was recognized as Father of the Year by the Bakersfield Chapter of the National Fathers Day Committee.


During his career, he was active on the medical staffs at Mercy, Memorial and San Joaquin hospitals. He was a longtime member of the American Medical Association, California Medical Association, and the Kern County Medical Society. In 1984, he and Dr. Ruth were recognized as Outstanding Physicians of the Year by the latter, and in 1997, he completed editing the annals of the same, The Kern County Medical Society: The First 100 Years.


Dr. Phil and his family were faithful members of St. Joseph Catholic Church, where he sang in the choir. He was active in the St. Vincent de Paul Society, and chaired the construction committee for the store and service building completed in 1959 on Bakersfield Street. In commemoration, he designed and sculpted the bas-relief of St. Vincent de Paul and the child that graces the exterior of the building today. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 977, serving in several offices and heading the building committee for the K of C hall on Goodman Street. He was an avid supporter of Garces Memorial High School, educating nine children there, and played a role in keeping its doors open. Many charities benefited from his generosity.


He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Ruth; son, Dennis; and brother, David. He is survived by his sister and brother-in-law, Sybil and Herbert York of La Jolla, and children and spouses, Kathleen and Carl Guilford of Bakersfield, Michael Dunford of Oceanside, Dr. Gregory and Marie Dunford of Kingsburg, Ronald and Pamela Swisher of Oregon, Stephen and Mary Dunford of Massachusetts, Dr. Christopher Dunford and Renee Sugasawara of Maryland, Timothy and Diane Dunford of Idaho, John and Rita McNeal of Alaska, 14 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild and numerous nieces and nephews.


Dr. Phil will be missed not only by his family, but also by many former patients and friends. The family wishes to thank Carmen Rollins and her family for the years of compassionate care and the staffs of Mercy Hospital and Columbus Estates. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Catholic Charities, 525 18th Street, Bakersfield, CA 93301, Friends of Mercy Foundation, P.O. Box 119, Bakersfield, CA 93302 or the charity of the donors choice.


Visitation will be held on Thursday, July 22, from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. with the Rosary being recited at 7:00 p.m. at Hopson-Anspach Family Mortuary, Bakersfield. The Mass of the Christian Burial will be said at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 23, 2004, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1515 Baker Street. Burial will follow at Greenlawn Cemetery, River Blvd.

Hopson-Anspach Family Mortuary, Bakersfield

Published in the Bakersfield Californian from 7/21/2004 - 7/23/2004. 
Dunford, Dr. Phillips Albert (I827)
 
295 Edward Severin Anderson
Edward Severin Anderson, born December 31, 1917 and passed away on February 22, 2004. His wife, Dorothy, preceded him in death. Edward is survived by seven children; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Democratic National Committee at www.dnc.org. Mission Park Funeral Chapels North.
Published in the San Antonio Express-News on 2/25/2004. 
Anderson, Edward Severin (I1394)
 
296 Eliza J. Boutilier, 21, of farmer John and Mary M., to James A. ANDREWS, 21, carpenter, of farmer John J. and Catherine, both of Coxheath, at Coxheath, by banns, C. of England, April 12, 1883. Edw. B. Boutilier & Matilda Boutilier witnesses.

Second cousin once removed of her spouse. 
Boutilier, Eliza Jane (I1859)
 
297 Eliza Quinn (ca. 1873-????) was married to Timothy O'REILLY at Erinsville. Quinn, Eliza (I2131)
 
298 Elizabeth A. Rudderham, 24, (James & Susannah) married Alfred GRANTMYER, (Andrew & Helen) 30, plasterer, both of NW Arm May 1, 1879 by license Ch. of England at NW Arm. (NS Civ. Reg.) Registration Year: 1879 - Book: 1804 - Page: 145 - Number: 48

Her death certificate states that she died a widow at 115 Inglis Street Sydney, residence of her son Louis. Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration, C.B. County, Registration Year: 1941 - Book: 198 - Page: 319 (As Elizabeth Ann Grantmyre)

1891 Census: Ball Creek p 34 hh 156; dwelling wood house, 1/4; Alfred is a farmer and plasterer.

11 43 110 Grantmyre Alfred M Head M Mar 20 1849 52
11 44 110 Grantmyre Elizabeth F Wife M Apr 30 1856 45
11 45 110 Grantmyre Ellen F Daughter S Oct 17 1879 21
11 46 110 Grantmyre Mary F Daughter S Jul 20 1882 18
11 47 110 Grantmyre Louis M Son S Apr 18 1885 14
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Ball Creek, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: b
Archives Microfilm: T-6447 
Rudderham, Elizabeth Ann (I1896)
 
299 Elizabeth Adelaide Andrews (Boutilier(, born 1874 in Cox Heath, Cape Breton County
Delayed registration of birth can be found in Registration Year: 1904 - Book: 1904 - Page: 67801098 (June 14, 1926, signed by "her eldest brother" Richard Benjamin Andrews)

Elizabeth Andrews, daughter of farmer James and Ann,26, born Coxheath, spouse of Albert E. Boutilier, 30, engineer Sydney N.Sydney son of Henry and Eveline, sea captain, A. Andrews and Agnes Andrews witnesses, July 17, 1901, in Sydney by license. Registration Year: 1901 - Book: 1805 - Page: 68 - Number: 171

13 178 Boutilier Edward M Head M Jan 1871 40
14 178 Boutilier Elizabeth F Wife M Sep 1874 36
15 178 Boutilier Edward R. M Son S Mar 1904 7
16 178 Boutilier Edna F. F Daughter S Oct 1906 4
17 178 Boutilier Carl R. M Son S Jul 1909 1
18 178 Andrews Mark M Brother-in-law M Mar 1867 44
19 178 Young Margaret F Domestic S Jul 1889 21
1911 Census of Canada/ Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 33 Sydney / page 19

Ancestry.com collection Detroit Border Crossings
Albert Edward Boutilier, fitter, entered Port of Detroit 31 August (year not given) (Roll M1478_7) , age 53 years 6 mos. (circa 1924)
5'6'', medium complexion, brown hair, brown eyes. Last residence Sydney Nova Scotia going to friend Charles M. Rudderham, 8046 Curtis. Contact wife Elizabeth A. Boutilier of 247 Union Street, Sydney. 
Andrews, Elizabeth Adelaide (I2430)
 
300 Elizabeth Boutillier and Peter Boutillier marriage bond 1803 in Halifax County. Item can be found in Registration Year: 1803 - Book: 1800 - Page: 1829 . Peter Boutillier and John Boutillier (their marks). Date 23 May 1803. Family F300
 

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