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2801 Why does Rev. David Smith keep referring to her in the St. George's baptism register entries for Alfred's children as "Mary Anne"?
Burial appears in St. George, Sydney, parish records as "Mary Anne Boutilier, Sydney, 39 years." For some reason, Rev. David Smith believes Alfred Boutilier's wife is named Mary Anne. 
MacKay, Sara Jane (I314)
 
2802 why was Mary married in Brampton, Cumberland?

Children-
John, William, Miles, Mary, Elizabeth, Edward, Matthew, Joseph. 
Birket, Mary (I3793)
 
2803 widow of Jean Christophe Plancon of Etobon (married Feb 28, 1727) Pourchot, Elisabeth (I2941)
 
2804 widow of Jean Nicolas Carmien of Luze. He died at Luze in 1713, buried at Chagey. Gremillot, Tienne (I3649)
 
2805 widow of Pierre Bouvier; daughter of Henri Fromont
married at Longeville Nov 18, 1738 to Pierre Bouvier of St. Maurice; Suzanne Fromont of Courcelles les Montbeliard;
Pierre Bouvier was a native of Montecheroux and a widower. 
Fromont, Suzanne (I3269)
 
2806 Widowed and remarried (as "Melworthy Ridge") to Simon Atwell at Bideford January 13, 1638(9). Galsworthie, Mellory (I4936)
 
2807 Wilfred Charles Boutilier, farmer, died of typhoid fever, unmarried at Coxheath July 23, 1912 and is buried at Coxheath. (NS Civ. Reg. Book 22 - Page 155 - Number 928) Boutilier, Wilfred Charles (I1835)
 
2808 Will of Melchard Yeo of Northam, Devon, mariner, exhibited 1702: "...to grandchild Grace Vernam..10 s..." http://www.yeosociety.com/downloads/Wills%20&%20Administrations%201409-1943UK%20secured.pdf

Will of Wilmot Yeo, Northam, singlewoman, 1722: "..to my niece Grace Vernam..." 
Yeo, Agnes (I4931)
 
2809 Will of Stephen Ley, Gentleman of East Putford dated 6 April 1655 National Archives ref. PROB 11/249
Stephen's father's will; he was the only son.


He was married to Grace Smyth in Frithelstock in 1651, was this Stephen's first marriage?

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Short title: Ley v Salterne.

Plaintiffs: Julian Ley widow (administratrix of Thomas Ley) and Stephen Ley and Thomas Ley.

Defendants: George Salterne.

Subject: bonds.

Document type: [pleadings]

Date: 1603-1625
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Short title: Cooke v Ley. Plaintiffs: Sir William Cooke and Radigond Cooke his wife...
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Short title: Cooke v Ley.

Plaintiffs: Sir William Cooke and Radigond Cooke his wife (executrix of Richard Cole, her former husband).

Defendants: Thomas Ley, Stephen Ley and Thomas Ley, his sons.

Subject: Venton, in North Tamerton, and lands and tenements in Kilkhampton, Cornwall.

Document type: [pleadings].

Date: 1603-1625
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Devon Record Office Z16/1/1/51 1 May 1651
These documents are held at Devon Record Office
Former reference: DD. 47091
Contents:
Feoffment and assignment marriage settlement
(1) Stephen Ley the elder of Eastputford, gent., and Stephen Ley the younger, his son and heir.
(2) Thomas Wellington, mayor of Great Torrington, Abraham Barnefilde of Eastputford, gent., Abraham Denis of Great Torrington, merchant, and Grace Smyth, daughter of James Smyth of Great Torrington, merchant
Messuages, lands and tenements in Ven and Patereygh Walls otherwise Parche Culles Walls otherwise Partridge Walls in the tenure of (1).
To be held to the use of Stephen Ley the elder until the marriage of Stephen Ley the younger and Grace Smyth, then to the use of Stephen Ley the younger for life, then to Grace Smyth for life, for her jointure, and then to the right heirs of Stephen Ley the younger forever.
Messuages and tenement with appurtenances in Eastputford in the tenure of (1) called Huddells Bargaine or Tenement and a tenement with appurtenances called Orchard in Eastputford assigned for the residue of a term of years granted by Henry Rolle late of Stevinstone, esq., deceased to Stephen Ley the elder, determinable with the lives of Susan Ley, deceased wife of Stephen Ley the elder, Mary their daughter, and John Meddon, son of Anthony Meddon of Buckland Bruer.
To be held to the use of Stephen Ley the younger for life, then to Grace Smyth, and thereafter to uses to be appointed by Stephen Ley.
Consideration: £300 to be paid by James Smyth as marriage portion.



Devon Record Office Z16/1/28/1 25 June 1635 11 Charles I
These documents are held at Devon Record Office
Former reference: DD. 47270
Lease:
(1) John Barnefield, gent., Stephen Ley, gent., Jasper Powe, yeoman, Abraham Barnefield, son of the said John, and Stephen Ley son of the said Stephen, feoffees in trust for the parish of East Putford
(2) Bartholomew Aishe of East Putford, husbandman
Cottage called the Pristes House, a garden and an acre of land with appurtenances, with commons, formerly in the tenure of Vincent Calmadye, now of (2)
Term: 99 years or the lives of (2), Pascha his wife and Thomas their son
Rent: 4s
Covenant b (2) to build two new rooms on to the premises
Consideration: £17 6s. 8d

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Ley Stephen East Putford DEV 1686 W le BARN BECK T. 
Ley, Stephen (I507)
 
2810 William allegedly died at sea in August 1869.

1871 Census of Canada Sydney div 2 p 32 hh 111
Rachel Lewis 43 widow no write
Rachel Ann Lewis 17
Levi Lewis 15 farmer in school
Elizabeth Lewis 13 in school
Freeman Lewis 11 in school
William Lewis 9 in school
Albert Lewis 7
Isreal Lewis 5
Laura J. Lewis 1

1881 Census of Canada
Rachel LEWIS Female English 50 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Elizabeth LEWIS Female English 20 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Freeman LEWIS Male English 22 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Albert LEWIS Male English 16 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Esrum LEWIS Male English 13 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Laura LEWIS Female English 12 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 25 Household Number 101

1891 Census Main a Dieu hh 67 p. 16
w 1/6
Rachel Lewis 63 widow dressmaker
Eseram Lewis 24 single seaman
Laura Lewis 21 single dressmaker
all read/write 
Lewis, William Henry (I2627)
 
2811 William Chambers and Hannah Slater were Methodists, a daughter Mary Ann Chambers born 15 Aug 1832 was bap. 21 Feb 1833 at All Sts Silver Street Primitive Methodist, Newcastle (FHL Film # 825,355)
 
Chambers, William (I1491)
 
2812 William Charles Boutilier following the death of his first wife Susannah Boutilier (is this really his aunt 'Susan Elizabeth Jane Boutilier' ?!), was remarried to Charlotte MILES on 24 MAR 1867 at St. George Sydney. He was married a third time on Nov. 20, 1901 (Port Morien, C. of E) to his cousin Elizabeth DOUCETT, 20, of Sydney Mines/Little Bras d'Or (miner Thomas Doucett and Barbara Boutilier). William's obituary, printed in the Sydney Post Record Aug 23, 1935 (p.1) claims he died following the evacuation of Wadden's Cove due to a forest fire. William had a large number of children.

His death certificate (name spelled William Boutlier) was filled out by his daughter Hilda Boutlier of Wadden's Cove. She claims William's mother's maiden name is "Sarah Wadden." William Boutlier, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia Civil Registration Death Certificate, year 1935 - Book: 162 - Page: 1193

1871 Census of Canada Cow Bay div 2 p 43 household 158:
William Boutiliaer age 31 fisherman no read/no write
Charlott Boutiliaer age 22
Lora Boutiliaer age 3
Charles Boutiliaer born August 1870

1881 Census of Canada
William BUOITILIER M Male English 40 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Charlotte BUOITILIER M Female English 32 Nova Scotia Church of England
Lora Elizabeth BUOITILIER Female English 12 Nova Scotia Church of England
Charles Abner BUOITILIER Male English 10 Nova Scotia Church of England
William BUOITILIER Male English 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
Susan BUOITILIER Female English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Sarah Ann BUOITILIER Female English 4 Nova Scotia Church of England
John James BUOITILIER Male English 2 Nova Scotia Church of England
George Henry BUOITILIER Male English <1 Born: Mar; 2/12 Nova Scotia Church of England
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 75
Household Number 336 
Boutilier, William Charles (I510)
 
2813 William Edmund Andrews, died 1929 in Sydney, Cape Breton County
Item can be found in Registration Year 1929 - Book 118 - Page 1504
Evelena J. Lewis and William E. Andrews married 1880 in Cape Breton County Registration Year 1880 - Book 1804 - Page 151 - Number 43. Evelina J. Lewis was the daughter of William Thomas Lewis and Ann Bridget (Lewis) Lewis. Eveline Jane Andrews died 1937 in Coxheath, Cape Breton County (Civ. Reg. Bk: 166 p. 97)

1881 Census
Edmund ANDREWS M Male English 23 Nova Scotia Farming Church of England
Eveline ANDREWS M Female English 27 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information
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 23
Household 93

Alice Caroline Andrews, died 1950 in Sydney, Cape Breton County
Registration Year: 1950 - Page: 5077 (single daughter of Edmund and Eveline Andrews; informant brother Edmund) 
Andrews, William Edmund (I3026)
 
2814 William George Haliday
Registration district Dublin South
Record type MARRIAGES
Registration date - quarter and year 1850
Film number 101242
Volume 5
Page 326
Digital GS number 4195888
Image number 00634
Collection Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958
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(the certificate is number 123; William's marriage was to widow Hannah Beddy by license- aka Hannah Beddy otherwise Doyle otherwise Smith (daughter of architect George Smith); the groom was a resident of 4 Wesley Terrace, and the bride of 1 Wesley Place of the Parish of St Nicholas Without; the wedding was officiated by John Alex. Jacob of St. Peter's. Witnesses were Lucy Manning and Arthur Curran (the latter apparently a "professional witness").

(The 1850 Shaw's Dublin City directory indicates a Lester Beddy, Esq., living at 1 Wesley Place, Clanbrassil St.) http://www.dublin1850.com/dublin1850/xdubdir04.html#Beddy

1852 Thom's Directory of Ireland, p. 308, Index to Persons Holding Situations in the Government Departments, Law Courts, Banks, and Municipal Establishments of Dublin, lists a "W.G. Haliday, Constabulary Office" 
Haliday, William George (I3323)
 
2815 William George Hoy

William George Hoy, age 96, passed away November 3, 2013. Beloved husband of Shirley for 52 years. Mr. Hoy was a WWII Navy Veteran. Visitation Thursday, 10:00 a.m. until time of service 12 Noon at the St. Clair Shores Chapel of the Bagnasco & Calcaterra Funeral Home, 25800 Harper Avenue, (3 Blocks North of 10 Mile Road). Share a memory with the family at www.bcfh.com. [from FindAGrave memorial, Croswell Cemetery, Sanilac County, Michigan] 
Hoy, William George (I2330)
 
2816 William Ginna and Sarah Cregan married 9 February 1831 in Shanagolden, Diocese of Limerick, Ireland. Marriage witnesses were John Cregan and Martin Cregan. (according to research commissioned from Limerick Genealogy by Ron Guina in 2009).

is Sarah Cregan/Craigen Patrick Cregan/Craigen's sister or cousin?

Anglesea Twp deed bk deed no 59 (FHL Film # 198, 083)
registered 21 Dec? 1877
dated 7 Dec 1877
Sarah Guina and her daughter Catherine Guina give Lot 10 Con 2 to John Guina and Dennis Guina. (Sarah releases dower right and interest and takes 300 dollars and 100 dollars a year instead; Catherine releases her claims on the land). 
Cregan, Sarah (I1238)
 
2817 William H. Hoy, 24, Detroit, Michigan, England, letter man, June 20, 1923, Detroit, married to Esther Richards, 21, clerk, of Detroit, Michigan, native of Michigan, daughter of Patrick Richards and Elizabeth Asketh, by Henry E. Ridley (clergyman); Robert A. Hoy and Edna Richards, both of Detroit, witnesses.
Film number 2342759
Digital GS number 4032403
Image number 130
Reference number v 12 rn 249936
Collection Michigan Marriages 1868-1925 (pilot.familysearch.org)


William was a resident of Allen Park, Michigan at the time of his death; place of death may be wrong. (See Woodmere Cemetery Research website, www.woodmerecemeteryresearch.com) 
Hoy, William Henderson (I1742)
 
2818 William Hawthorn, 49, engineer born NOT, & Lydia (44, born Merryworth?, Kent) appear on the 1861 census of England at 15 Hare Street, Elswick St Paul, RG09 piece 3815 folio 126 p. 7 ED 22, with sons David, Ralph, (both engineers) and daughters Jane and Alice

William Hawthorn married Lydia Eathen (?) London 2/74 Sep Q 1843 (Eaton?) 
Hawthorn, William (I2820)
 
2819 William James Hoy (1900-????) Spouse of May KERNOHAN of Ahoghill married 13 July 1927, with issue.

with issue, Jean Hoy and John Hoy 
Hoy, William James (I2386)
 
2820 William Lee, born 1868 in Lingan, Cape Breton County (Book 1803 - Page 79 - Number 204) [this record indicates that Mary's maiden name was Graham]
Mary Lee, born 1866 in Lingan, Cape Breton County [Book 1803 - Page 26 - Number 126]
 
Graham, Mary (I2918)
 
2821 William Lewis, 27, bachelor, farmer, NWA/NWA married Isabella Morrison, 28, spinster, NWA/NWA daughter of farmer John & Margaret, wits. Alonzo Lewis & J.W. McLennan July 21st 1879 Sydney Presbyterian by Banns (Registration Year: 1879 - Book: 1804 - Page: 146 - Number 57)

1881 Census:
Thomas LEWIS M Male English 28 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Isabel LEWIS M Female Scottish 31 Nova Scotia C. Presbyterian
Henry LEWIS Male English 46 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Alexander LEWIS Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia Church of England
Ball's Creek Cape Breton Nova Scotia FHL Film # 1375802 NA Film C-13166 district 6 Subdist E div 1 p 24 hh89

death cert William T. Lewis C.B. Co., bk 29, p 161, no 657 
Lewis, William Thomas (I3021)
 
2822 William Peach, bachelor, 25, fisherman of Big Lorraine, married on Jan. 10, 1882 Church of England, Banns, to Mary E. TUTTY of Big Lorraine (fisherman John & Patsy)

1891 Census of Canada Nova Scotia Cape Breton Main a Dieu household 132
Wm Peach 35 head occupation fisherman
Mary Peach 31 wife
Killey? Peach 6 daughter
Clarence Peach 1 son

1901 Census
Subdistrict Louisburg (Town/Ville), CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 28
Subdistrict Number t-2
Archives Microfilm T-6448
Wm. Peach is household 16; he is living with his wife and children Martha, Clarence, and Evelyn

1911 / Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 28 Louisburg Town / page 6
William Peach (widowed) and his sixteen year old daughter Evelyn are household 61. 
Peach, William Jonathan (I2501)
 
2823 William Reah baptized 7/17/1823 at Penshaw to William & Rebecca

Burials Houghton-le-Spring William Reah abt 1823 1839 Philadelphia
 
Reah, William (I3071)
 
2824 William Vernam, son of Arthur, bap. ca. 29 May 1667, buried 2 Nov 1667, Bideford.

North Devon pottery: the seventeenth century by Alison Grant, U of Exeter, 1983

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Vern[am] [?Verman], Arthur, of [?], Devon
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Vern[am] [?Verman], Arthur, of [?], Devon

Date: 1680 [?2]9 Feb. (1679)
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Verman, John, of Bideford, Devon, a minor
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Vernam, Arthur (I3829)
 
2825 William was the son of coal miner (Dominion #2 Glace Bay) Peter and Catherine Schofield
1911 Census of Canada / Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 20 Glace Bay Town / page 16
Schoefield Peter M Head M Oct 1845 65 emigrated from England in 1904 Presbyterian coal miner
Schoefield Catherine F Wife M Mar 1848 63
Schoefield William M Son S Feb 1890 21 newspaper office printer
Dominion #4(?)

Schofield-Casey marriage is Nova Scotia Civil Registration Marriage, Cape Breton County, Registration Year 1911 - Book 1841 - Page 58 - Number 225

surname is also spelled Schoffield. 
Schofield, William (I1248)
 
2826 William “Bill“ Gilroy
GILROY, William “Bill“ - Peacefully, at St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital, on Monday February 25, 2013, at the age of 81. Beloved husband of Connie. Loving father of Tony (Maureen), Karen (Glenn), Rob (Patricia). Cherished gramps to Ryan, Keely, Christian and Patrick. Survived by his brothers Gerald (Muriel) and Larry (Glenna), and predeceased by brother Donald (Yvonne). In keeping with Bill's wishes cremation has taken place. Private family service to follow. Arrangements entrusted to the KINGSTON CATARAQUI CREMATION SERVICE. (Kingston Whig-Standard) 
Gilroy, William (I861)
 
2827 Winifred C Alchorn, born 1914 in Sydney, Cape Breton County Registration Year: 1914 - Page: 49900955 - Number: 49900956
www.novascotiagenealogy.com 
Alchorn, Winifred C. (I1640)
 
2828 Winifred Cockburn death cert, March Q 1939 Dewsbury reg dist 9b850 Lowe, Winifred (I2049)
 
2829 with issue

SSDI Entry HOLT, AGNES 29 Aug 1896 Apr 1976 zip code 01267 (Williamstown, Berkshire, MA)Massachusetts 027-12-1702

Agnes Steele's birth was registered in Vermont; FHL Film no. 540148 
Steele, Agnes Margaret (I2324)
 
2830 with issue
Elizabeth Boutilier, born about 1812 (estimated); father undetermined
 
Lewis, Catherine Elizabeth (I2836)
 
2831 with issue Boutilier, Susanna Catherine (I2934)
 
2832 with issue Anne, John, Angus, Mary MacQuarrie, Mary (I1754)
 
2833 with issue Laurence, a neurosurgeon in Montréal, married to an Englishwoman, who died in the Cayman Islands. Battersby, Thomas Vinson (I1963)
 
2834 with issue, daughter Catherine Elisabeth Rigoulot, born 2 January 1701.
Mayor of Ste. Marie

See 1717 census of Ste. Marie 
Rigoulot, Adam (I3089)
 
2835 with issue, daughter Suzanne Catherine Marconnet born 3 August 1705, Sochaux; married 1 Feb at Montbeliard to Jean Ferrand (son of Jean Ferrand and Alix Marconnet) with issue, Marie Catherine, Jean Georges. Rigoulot, Catherine Marguerite (I3090)
 
2836 With issue. Resident of Woodhaven, Wayne, Mich. at the time of her death.
SSDI entry- Jeranne Pond 6 Aug 1959 March 1991 48183 Trenton, Wayne, MI 375-68-5191 
Flynn, Jeranne (I2858)
 
2837 with issue: Donald, Donald Jr., Allan, John, Flora, Mary, and Catherine. Eoin MacDonald died in 1885 aged 70 (MP, p. 419) MacDonald, Eoin (I2687)
 
2838 with parents on 1723 Sochaux census. Marconnet, Pierre Joseph (I4112)
 
2839 Witnesses to John Craige-Mary Bell marriage by banns at Allendale 15 June 1811 by Wm. D. Thompson were John Natrass and John Bell (both witnesses sign; John Craig signs, Mary Bell makes her mark) (Allendale marriages 1754-1822, FHL Film # 252, 521)

[John Nattrass married Hannah Martin at Allendale, 6 June 1812]

John Craig, Nether Mope, age 49 buried Ninebanks, April 27, 1828. (Ninebanks parish registers, FHL Film # 252,526)

Who are the John Craig of Nether Mope buried Jan 11, 1807 at Ninebanks, and the Thomas Craig of the same place, buried same place February 20, 1806 ? 
Craig, John (I1052)
 
2840 witnesses to the Craig-Brown marriage were George Gill and Joshua Liddle. Both men sign; Thomas and Elizabeth both make their marks (see FHL Film #252,526 ) Craig, Thomas (I1074)
 
2841 witnesses to the Flanagan-Coe marriage were Patrick Flanagan and Peggy Flanagan. See marriage no. 16 p. 56, St. Anthony, Centreville, FHL Film # 1,298, 870

Sheffield Twp deed bk 2 deed 142 p. 255 (FHL Film # 198,103)
registered 6 March 1869
dated 3 February 1869
Mary Flanagan of Sheffield Twp. to Michael Flanagan, yeoman of Sheffield Twp.
Consideration $ 20
64 1/4 acres part of Lot 18, Con 2
Mary Flanagan makes her mark, Michael Flanagan makes his mark, witness Marshal B. Rombough of Camden, P.L. Surveyor for County of Addington.

1871 Census of Canada Sheffield Township div 1 p 39 hh 138
Michael Flanigan 60 Ireland Catholic Irish Farmer no read no write
Julia Flanigan 35 Ireland no write
Patrick Flanigan 9 Ontario in school
Mary Flanigan 8 Ontario in school
Ellen Flanigan 6 Ontario in school
Thomas Flanigan 4 Ontario
Michael Flanigan 2 Ontario

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Michael FLANIGAN M Male Irish 50 Ontario Farmer Catholic
Julia FLANIGAN M Female Irish 45 Ontario --- Catholic
Patrick FLANIGAN Male Irish 20 Ontario Farmers Son Catholic
Mary FLANIGAN Female Irish 17 Ontario Scholar Catholic
Ellen FLANIGAN Female Irish 15 Ontario Scholar Catholic
Thomas FLANIGAN Male Irish 13 Ontario Scholar Catholic
Michael FLANIGAN Male Irish 11 Ontario Scholar Catholic
Bridget FLANIGAN Female Irish 9 Ontario Scholar Catholic
Julia FLANIGAN Female Irish 7 Ontario Scholar Catholic
John FLANIGAN Male Irish 5 Ontario Scholar Catholic
James FLANIGAN Male Irish <1 Born: ; 4 M Ontario --- Catholic
Census Place Sheffield, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district D
Page Number 50
Household Number 242

1891 Census of Canada Sheffield Township div 14 p. 10 hh 55
wood house 2 stories 3? rooms
Michael Flanagan 63 cannot read or write
Julia Flanagan 55 ; cannot read or write; children can read and write
Patrick Flanagan 25 farmer
Thomas Flanagan 23 farmer
Bridget Flanagan 18
Julia Flanagan 17
John Flanagan 13
James Flanagan 9

Sheffield Twp deed bk deed no 4009 (FHL Film #1,731,056)
21 September 1900 recorded (dated same)
John Matthews farmer of Sheffield Twp discharges mortgage taken out by Michael Flannagan and Julia Flannagan (see no. 3473)
Patrick Flanagan signs, John Matthews signs; witness Patrick Flanagan of Sheffield Twp farmer sworn at Sheffield Twp 20 Sep 1900

1901 Census of Canada
District ON ADDINGTON (#43)
SubdistrictSheffield O-1 Page 4
Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6457
21 41 Flanagan Michael M Head M Sep 1830 70
22 41 Flanagan Patrick M Son S Sep 1863 37
23 41 Flanagan Thomas M Son S Mar 17 1867 34
24 41 Flanagan Julia F Daughter S May 15 1875 25
25 41 Flanagan John M Son S Mar 17 1878 23
26 41 Flanagan Julia F Wife M Oct 1840 60

6 39 Flanagan Michael M Head M Oct 1828 82 farmer
17 39 Flanagan Julia F Wife M Aug 1841 69
18 39 Flanagan Julia F Daughter S May 1886 25
19 39 Flanagan John M Son S Mar 1886 24 farmer lumber wood
20 39 Stickewriter Norman M Adopted son S Nov 1900 10
21 39 Prue Suphalia M Domestic M Mar 1830 80 farm labor
1911 / Ontario / Lennox and Addington / 11 Sheffield Township / page 4
Lot 23, con 3

Born 16 Sept 1827 according to his death registration-(registered in Sheffield Township); he died at Lot 18, Concession 3. Certificate # is 018954; informant was son John Flanagan of Erinsville. (Archives of Ontario series 935 film no. 166)

burial in the presence of James Hopkins and John Hinch "age 82" (Erinsville parish registers, interments year 1911, no. 12 p. 261, FHL Film 2,032,032)

Sheffield Twp deed no. 5319 (Lennox & Addington Co. LRO, Napanee)
registered 21 July 1911
Probate of the Last Will and Testament of Michael Flanagan, Late of the Township of Sheffield, Farmer, Deceased. (Bk 5, Folio 636 of Surrogate Court, County of Lennox and Addington Co.)
Probate granted to Julia Flanagan, widow, and Patrick Flanagan, farmer, of Sheffield Twp. on 21 July 1911
"This is the last will and testament of me, Michael Flanagan, of the Township of Sheffield, in the County of Lennox & Addington, Farmer, made this Twenty-Fifth day of January, A.d. 1899.
1. I give and devise to my son, Patrick Flanagan, the South East part of Lot 18 in the 2nd Concession of the Township of Sheffield, being 64 1/2 acres, conveyed to me by my mother, Mary Flanagan, by Deed dated 3rd Feb'y 1869, Registered in the Registry Office for the County of Lennox and Addington in Book 2 for the Township of Sheffield, on 6th March 1869, as Number 142; also part of the South West Quarter of Lot 18 in the 3rd Concession of Sheffield, being a strip containing about 17 acres, bounded on the South by the Southerly boundary of said Quarter Lot and on the north partly by a fence, now there about 20 rods north of said south boundary at the easterly end of said Quarter Lot and extending westerly, and the other part by a line drawn in continuation of the line of said fence westerly to the west end of said Quarter Lot, also a strip on the West end of said Quarter Lot, being two rods wide and extending from the North boundary of said 17 acre plot northernly along the concession line 5 or 6 rods more or less to a suitable place for building a cattle pass under and across the road-so as to connect the said 17 acre plot with the 64 1/2 acre lot hereinbefore mentioned-all the above subject to the payment of one-third of the amount remaining unpaid on a mortgage of the south 3/4 of lot 18 in the 3rd Concession of Sheffield, which I made to John Matthews for $ 400, of which $ 100 is already paid-also subject to the payment to my daughter, Julia Flanagan, of one hundred dollars when she gets married, if within five years of my death, or after five years on her demand, with interest, from that time until paid.
2. I also give and bequeath to my said son, Patrick Flanagan, one span of horses, two milch cows, three sheep, one set of double harness and one plow; he to have the choice of them from among the stock and goods I may die possessed of.
3. To my son, Thomas Flanagan, I give and devise the north part-60 acres more or less--of the west half of Lot 19 in the 4th concession of Sheffield, conveyed to me by Richd. Hinch by Deed bearing date 25th November 1896-Registered in the Registry office for the County of Lennox & Addington, in Book 7 for the Township of Sheffield on 8th January 1897 as No. 3572---subject to the payment of one third of the amount remaining unpaid on the mortgage I made to John Matthews hereinbefore mentioned; also subject to the payment of one hundred dollars to my daughter, Bridget Flanagan, when she gets married, if within five years on my death, or after five years on her demand with interest from that time until paid. And subject to the payment of $ 50. to my son, Michael Flanagan, if he calls for it within ten years of my death, and then to be paid on demand, but if not so called for it shall be forfeited to my said son, Thomas, and not thenceforth after said term of ten years be a charge upon said lands; and futher subject to the payment of $ 50. to my son James Flanagan within three years of my death.
4. I also give and bequeath to my said son, Thomas Flanagan, all my interest in the North East Quarter of Lot 19 in the 4th Concession of Sheffield, which I got by Quit-Claim Deed from Richard Hinch.
5. To my wife, Julia Flanagan, I give devise and bequeath all that part of the South three quarters of Lot 18 in the 3rd Concession of Sheffield, which is not hereinbefore devised to my son, Patrick with all farm stock, implements, and other personal property I own, except what is hereinbefore bequeathed to my son, Patrick-to be hers during her lifetime, with remainder thereof to my son, John Flanagan after her death, to be his, his heirs and assigns forever, Subject, in the case of my said wife to the payment of all my just debts, except for the two thirds of mortgage, hereinbefore mentioned-and of my funeral expenses and the cost of proving of this my Will, including the erection at my grave of a suitably inscribed headstone. And in the case of my said son, John, to the payment by him of the funeral expense of my said wife when she shall die-including the erection at her grave of a suitably inscribed headstone.
6. My will further is that if my daughters, Julia and Bridget, choose-before their marriage- to remain at home and help as usual about the work-then they shall be fed, clothed, and cared for in manner as heretofore by my said wife during her lifetime, and by my said son, John, from the time he comes into ownership of the property designated, until they shall in either case marry or die. And if they or either of them shall die while so living with my said wife or my said son, John without having first received the $ 100. hereinbefore bequeathed to them, then the expenses of their burial shall be paid by my said son, Patrick or Thomas as the case may be, who should otherwise pay the $ 100. to the one that has died. And the said bequest shall then and thereby be satisfied and shall not thenceforth be a charge against my said son or upon the lands devised to him as aforesaid. And I nominate and appoint my said wife, Julia Flanagan, and my said son, Patrick Flanagan, to be co-executors of this my last will and testament..." Michael Flanagan makes his mark; witnesses James Aylesworth and L. Way sign.
 
Flanagan, Michael (I190)
 
2842 Witnesses to the George Bell-Jane Lee marriage were John Lee (mark) and John Bell. George Bell and Jane Lee make their marks. (Ninebanks parish registers, FHL Film # 252,526)

Children of George and Jane, baptized at Ninebanks (Ninebanks parish registers, FHL Film # 252,526)
Mary Bell 6 Jul 1782 born Low Harsley
Ann Bell 14 Mar 1784 born Low Harsley
Jack [John] Bell 24 Sep 1786 [possibly the John Bell, age 55, with wife Mary, age 40 living at Nether Houses on 1841 Census with children John, Vipond, Joseph, Mary, and William]; born Low Harsley [also had a son named Thomas Atkinson Bell; wife Mary is nee Clemenson?]
Janney [Jane] Bell 4 Sep 1791 born Mope Head
Salley [Sarah] Bell 31 Aug 1794 born Mope Head
Hannah Bell 27 Dec 1797 born Mope Head

Probably the George Bell of Mope Head buried June 1, 1809 at Ninebanks.
 
Bell, George (I1229)
 
2843 Witnesses to the Hawthorn/Craig marriage were Jane Craig and Lydia Hawthorn. The bride was living at 13 Oak Street at the time; the groom on Railway Street. Hawthorn, Ralph (I2819)
 
2844 Witnesses to the Hymers-Hetherington marriage were John Hymers and John Hetherington.

Ann had a son, John Hymers, born in Alston about 1838, who lived with his grandmother Hannah. (possibly the John Hymers born Sept Q 1837 Alston 25 4)

Possibly the Ann Hymers who died Dec. Q 1843 Alston, 25 1 
Hetherington, Ann (I1066)
 
2845 year of death might be 1676?

 
Hansdotter, Anna (I1225)
 
2846  Information
Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007.


Margaret A. Anderson
ANDERSON - Margaret A., on February 1, 2008. Beloved wife of Robert R.. Loving mother of Robert (Patricia), and Paul. Cherished Grandmother of Matthew, Lauren, Devin, and Amity. Proud Sister of Theresa Greico. Reposing Tuesday after 2pm, at the Charles J. O'Shea Funeral Home: 2515 North Jerusalem Rd (Exit 25N SS Pkwy) East Meadow, NY. Funeral service Wednesday, 10:00am, at the Funeral Home. Interment to follow Greenfield Cemetery, Hempstead, NY. Family will receive friends Tuesday 2-5 and 7-9pm.
Published in New York Newsday on 2/4/2008.

Possibly
"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KQ3Q-CT2 : accessed 17 Oct 2012), Robert Anderson, Assembly District 2, Queens, New York City, Queens, New York, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 41-400, sheet 7B, family 173, NARA digital publication T627, roll 2728. 
Anderson, Robert Rothwell (I1392)
 

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