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301 Emily Elizabeth Willows of Coxheath was the spouse of her second cousin, farmer Frederick Charles ANDREWS of Coxheath. (as Emily E. Williams [sic] N.S. Civil Reg. Book: 1804 - Page: 145 - Number: 47. They married 23 April 1879 at St. George. 1881 Census Reference: Film 1375803 C_13167 Dist 6 Sub Dist P Div 2 p. 23 Household 96. Emily Elizabeth Andrews died at Coxheath August 24, 1937. The death certificate claims she was born July 8, 1853 and that her father Henry Willis (sp) was born in Sydney. (informant, son Charles of Coxheath). Burial St. Marks. (NS Civ Reg Bk 166 p 519) . Both Emily and her husband are buried at St. Mark's in Coxheath.

1871 Census: Emily Willows, 19, is living with George Andrews and his wife Mary Ann (Boutilier) Andrews. George Andrews is a brother of Emily's future husband. (Balls Bridge, Div. 2, p. 1, household 1 line 6)

no 1182 Dec 3 1888/July 18 1889 Dora Mildred Andrews , Coxheath

1881 Census
Fredk. ANDREWS M Male 37 Nova Scotia Farmer
Emily ANDREWS M Female 27 Nova Scotia
Agnes ANDREWS Female 1 Nova Scotia
Barbra ANDREWS Female 14 Nova Scotia
Source Information:
Census Place Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375803
District 6
Sub-district P
Division 2
Page Number 23
Household Number 96

surname Willows is also spelled Willis or Williams on various documents 
Willows, Emily Elizabeth (I1794)
302 Emily MacKinnon, 22, of Sight Point, was married to David KENNEDY, farmer, 33, of Loch Ban (farmer Murdoch & Kate? MacLellan) at Mabou Catholic Church [St. Mary] 1 Sept 1868 (N.S. Civ. Reg Bk 1825 - Pg 22 - No 98)

1871 Census of Canada NS Inverness
Broad Cove Interval div 2 p 28 hh 79
David Kennady is 36; Emily is 22 (no read/ no write); they have children John Murdoch age 1 6/12 and Michel age 3 months

1881 Census of Canada
David KENNEDY M Male Scottish 50 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Emely KENNEDY M Female Scottish 34 Nova Scotia Catholic
Michael KENNEDY Male Scottish 10 Nova Scotia Catholic
Rodrick KENNEDY Male Scottish 8 Nova Scotia Catholic
Jannet KENNEDY Female Scottish 5 Nova Scotia Catholic
Mary Jane KENNEDY Female Scottish 3 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catherine KENNEDY Female Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Catholic
Source Information
Census Place Strathlorne, Inverness, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375801NA Film Number C-13165
District 4 Sub-district K Division 3 Page Number 9 Household Number 30

Death cert claims Emily was born at Mabou Coal Mines. Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration, Inverness County, Emily Kennedy, Registration Year 1919 - Book 43 - Page 385 - Number 1170

MacKinnon, Emily (I1785)
303 Eric Johansson i Ivarshyttan 1 May 1730 Jansson, Eric (I1102)
304 Ericus' son, Petter (1637-1711) was nämndeman, kyrkvärd at Stora Skedvi. Holstenius, Ericus (I1647)
305 Ernest Cragie, 36, mason, Detroit/England, son of Archibald Cragie and Jane Craig, married in Highland Park, Michigan to Amelia Flaxman Oram, 32, England/England daughter of Thomas Flaxman (married once before) by K?D. Beach, pastor Mrs. Joseph Dunn and Gladys Oram of Detroit. #171931.

Lusitania March 6 1914
Ernest Cragie 30 bricklayer contact mother Jane Cragie 3 Stanton St. Newcastle on Tyne. destination Detroit, cousin John Tate 65 White Detroit Mich fresh/fair/grey born Newcastle

Feb 10, 1916 Cameronia from Liverpool to New York
Ernest Cragie 34 mason contractor married residence USA, Detroit contact Mrs. M. Wigg 3 Stanton Street going to wife Mrs Cragie 706 Woodrow Detroit 3 years in detroit previously born Newcasle on Tyne 5'7 brown/grey
T715_2451 pg 148 line 19

Laconia Liverpool to New York May 8 1934
Ernest Cragie, 54 brickmason residence Detroit contact sister Mrs. Margaret Wigg 34 Hampstead Road Newcastle destination Detroit resident of Detroit between 1917-1933 wife Amelia Gracie (sic-Cragie?) 171 Woodmere Detroit 5'7'' brown/blue

"Regina" August 19, 1927 sailing from Liverpool to Quebec
Amelia Cragie 45, married housewife born Stakeford England
Gladys Cragie (crossed out; Oram written above) 18 single (?) born Stakeford England
Florence Cragie 7 born Detroit
coming from sister Mrs. Martha Wode [?] 4 Wanebeck Terrace, Ashington, England. Last permanent residence Detroit; Immigrated in 1927; going to husband Ernest Cragie at 171 Woodmere, Detroit.

WWI Draft Card
Ernest Cragie born March 24, 1882 age 36 address 37 Woodmere Ave, Detroit mason employed by H Lorencz, Detroit, nearest relative Joseph Dunn 37 Woodmere. short height, medium build, grey eyes ,brown hair. Registered Sept 12, 1918. C21-1-25 serial #2080 order A4831 Roll 2032677 draft board 25

1930 Census of US Detroit Michigan
171 Woodmere
Ernest Cragie bricklayer, builder 48 age at first marriage 36 immigration 1910 pa
Amelia Cragie born England 46 first married at 22 immigration 1919 al
Gladys Cragie 21 born England daughter immigration 1919 al
Florence Cragie 10 daughter born Michigan
Elsie Wigg niece 21 imm 1928 al shoe clerk retail shoe office

8/8/34 dec #102612, pet #85831 (Detroit, Wayne, Michigan) 
Cragie, Ernest (I1417)
306 ESTHER E HOY 30 Oct 1901 14 Dec 1991 (not specified) (none specified) 380-22-5729 Michigan

Her birth was registered in Wayne county in 1901 (As Esther Richards); p 222 no. 3322 
Richards, Esther (I2376)
307 Ethel Elizabeth Battersby, Westmount, schoolteacher, 30, married Peter James McKEIGAN, 40, bachelor, native of Coxheath, Presbyterian, resident at Sydney, by license at Sydney 29 December 1919. (NSCR, Book 26 p. 17)

with issue: two children, Helen (Mrs. Malcolm Fraser of Point Edward) and Evelyn (Mrs. Donald Sutherland of Truro, etc.) 
Battersby, Ethel Elizabeth (I1962)
308 excerpted from St. Ann's parish records at Beaton Institute

"1909: James Dalton's James Dalton baptized, sponsors Thomas Casey and Mary Leslie"

Boston Globe 9 Jan 1980
"Dalton - of Quincy, formerly of Dorchester, January 7, James P. Dalton, beloved husband of the late Doris M. (Ballem) Dalton. Father of Georgia Larsen of Virginia Beach, Va., June Mead of Covina, Calif., Doris Marshall and James Dalton, both of Quincy, Richard Dalton of Brockton, Claire Morrissey and Mary Dalton, both of Dorchester. Also survived by 21 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; brother of Catherine Alward [sic] of East Boston, Celia Hines of Londonderry, N.H., John Dalton of Norwood and Marguerite Dunn of Quincy. Funeral form the J.B. Cole and Gleason Milton Home for Funerals, 5 Canton Av., at MILTON VILLAGE, on Thursday at 8 o'clock. Funeral Mass at Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Quincy, at 9 o'clock. Visiting hours Wednesday, 2-4 and 7-9. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Dorchester."  
Dalton, James Patrick (I1538)
309 Faulk County Record, September 11, 2002 obituary
"Cecil M. Butler, age 71, of Faulkton, died Friday, Aug. 20, 2002 at his home in Faulkton. A memorial service held at 10 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 12 at the United Church of Faulkton with the Rev. Bruce Adams officiating. Burial will be in the Faulkton Cemetery with Military Honors under the direction of the Luce Funeral Home of Faulkton. Cecil Murray Butler was born Dec. 19, 1930 at Faulkton to Alban and Florence (Reed) Butler. He was raised in Faulkton and graduated from Faulkton High School in 1949. He entered the United States Navy on Dec. 13, 1949 and was honorably discharged on March 26, 1953. He served during the Korean War. After his discharge he worked for the railroad for one year. He then attended Northern College and graduated with a social science degree in 1958. After college he returned to Faulkton and ran the V.F.W. Club and did spraying. He worked seasonally on a ranch from 1960 to 1971. He then went to work for Bob Ketterling Construction until he was forced to retire on June 1, 1984 due to health reasons. He was a member of the United Church of Faulkton, V.F.W. and American Legion where he was currently chaplain of both organizations. He volunteered his time to help with the legion hall and senior center. Survivors include a sister-in-law, June Butler of Billings, Mont.; three aunts, Nina Herman of Faulkton, Lois Uphoff of Porterville, Calif., and Eileen Sesak of Salinas, Calif.; three nephews,; a niece; and numerous cousins. His parents, two brothers and one sister preceded him in death." 
Butler, Cecil Murray (I926)
310 Faulkton Record July 20, 1988:
"Florence E. Butler, 83, long-time Faulkton resident died Wednesday, July 13, 1988 at the John P. Shirk Home in Faulkton where she had been a resident since 1985. Funeral services for Mrs. Butler were held Friday, July 15 at 2pm at Luce Funeral Home with Rev. Gary Rae officiating. Following cremation her remains will be buried in the Faulkton Cemetery at a later date. Organist was Macel Cameron and Ray Wahlen was soloist. Florence Emmaline Reed was born August 16, 1904 at Rockgrove, Ill., the daughter of Hurl J. and Effie Edna (Starr) Reed. The family moved to a farm near Faulkton in 1907. She attended the rural school. She married Alban Butler on Jan. 1, 1923 at Ipswich. In 1944 she moved to Bremerton, Wash., and worked in the Navy Yard for a short time before returning to Faulkton where she was employed at the nursing home until 1966 when she retired because of poor health. She had been a resident of the John P. Shirk Home in Faulkton since Dec. 24, 1985. She was a 50-year member of the United Church of Faulkton, and the V. F. W. Auxiliary Post No. 3179. She was a past member fo the Lily Rebekah lodge. Survivors include: two sons, Herschel Reed of Oakdale, Calif. and Cecil Butler of Faulkton, four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren, and six sisters, Eva Kleffman and Nina Herman both of Faulkton, Janet Elston and Eileen Sesak both of Salinas, Calif, Keitha Bullock of Redwood, Calif, and Lois Uphoff of Porterville Calif. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband in 1976, one son, one daughter and seven brothers.

Herschel Leroy Reed (May 31, 1920-February 14, 1991) was Florence Reed's child by a previous relationship prior to her marriage to Alban Butler. 
Reed, Florence Emmaline (I927)
311 First cousin once removed of his spouse

Nova Scotia Civil Marriage Registration. Mary Jane Boutilier and Charles Uriah Andrews. C.B. Co. 1908. Book: 1805 - Page: 283 - Number: 256 
Andrews, Charles Uriah (I2433)
312 Fisherman Benjamin Burke, bachelor died at the age of 20 (born abt. 1847) at Main a Dieu/born Main a dieu of Benjamin and Isabella Burke, fisherman, 19 December 1867 of "fever". His father made the return. (NS Civ. Reg. Year: 1867 - Book: 1803 - Page: 27 - Number: 29) Burke, Benjamin (I1723)
313 Forenames: Mary
Surname: REAY
Abode: Rainton Meadows
Day: 22
Month: Mar
Year: 1796
Relationship: daughter
Related Forenames: William & Margaret
Place: Houghton le Spring
County: Durham
Country: England 
Reay, Mary Ann (I1471)
314 from "Åhlshyttan in Tuna socken" according to her husband's burial record Olsdotter, Cherstin (I1196)
315 From "History of Inverness County" by J.L. MacDougall page 305

"There was another resident on that road [the road from Brook Village to Lake Ainslie] by the name of Peter Shugart (a German) who served in a regiment of French Cavalry, took part at Waterloo, was taken prisoner by the English and confined in jail three years. The writer heard him describe the prison conditions which were horrible and brutal, and caused the death from smallpox, fever and other malignant diseases, of a large percentage of the inmates. Mr. Shugart was a man of large stature, but so gentle and kind that no one would suspect him of having warlike qualities."

Peter Schucard
in the UK, British Army Muster Books and Pay Lists, 1812-1817

Name: Peter Schucard
Start of Muster: 25 Sep 1815
End of Muster: 24 Dec 1815
Stationed or Muster Place: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Regiment or Unit: 60th Regiment of Foot, 7th Battalion
Piece Number: 7088
Source Citation
The National Archives of the UK; Kew, Surrey, England; General Muster Books and Pay Lists; Class: WO 12; Piece: 7088

Source Information UK, British Army Muster Books and Pay Lists, 1812-1817 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc, 2015.

Original data: Commissary General of Musters Office and Successors: General Muster Books and Pay Lists. WO12. The National Archives of the UK, Kew, Surrey, England.

According to "Dictionary of American Family Names" ©2013, Oxford University Press, Schuch(h)ardt is a Hessian/Thuringian name meaning "Shoemaker."

On an 1857 list of Inverness County squatters published in the Journals and Proceedings of the (Nova Scotia) House of Assembly for that year as appendix #71, Peter Sugar is listed as a squatter in the section "lots situated between South East Mabou, Whycocomagh and Lake Ainslie...fees paid on some and tickets on others" under "partly surveyed" lots 
Schuchardt, Peter (I760)
316 from divorce file Chancery No. 65/164; copied from notes made by Thomas C. Boutilier
Deserted June 14, 1925 filed [for divorce?] August 13, 1927
Decree Nisi July 22, 1929 "unless cause shown within three years" Filed Oct 23, 1929, final divorce decree given October 23, 1929. 
Family F25
317 From Durham Records Online:
Burials, Houghton-le-Spring District - Record Number: 381366.2
Location: Houghton-le-Spring
Church: St. Michael & All Angels
Religion: Anglican
13 Jan 1825 William Tate, of Hetton, age: 1, son of Lancelot Tate & Elizabeth 
Tate, William (I972)
318 from Lisdahl, Norberg parish; Marriage Record, Norberg Parish, 1682, GENLINE image # 2372.9.82200 Andersson, Eric (I562)
319 From :
Date of Birth: 19 Jul 1895
Place of Birth: OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name: JACKSON
certid# 1956-MN-014715
Date of Death: 25 Dec 1956
County of Death: ROSEAU
Erickson, Julia (I2681)
320 From:
James H. Tyson
65, of Paramus formerly of Rochelle Park died Friday, August 24, 2007 after a year long courageous fight against cancer with his son-in-law Louis at his side. Jim was a self-employed builder. He was a member of the Restored Rusty Relics and Class Glass Corvette Club. Jim graduated from Hackensack High School in 1959 after attending many New Jersey thru California Schools. He was a race car driver and recently a Harley Davidson collector and rider (Member of Hogs). He was a parishioner of Sacred Heart RC Church in Rochelle Park. Devoted father of Michele Sciarrino and her husband Louis and Lori Deas and her husband Thomas. Loving grandfather of Jillian, Tommy and Jordan Deas, Danielle and Natalie Sciarrino.
Adored son of Evelyn (nee Discepola) Tyson. Dear brother of Patricia Mellen and her husband Ronald. Many loving nieces and nephews. He is survived by his former wife and friend Joyce, as well as a multitude of friends. To know him is to love him. Funeral service at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday from Vander Plaat Memorial Home, S113 Farview Avenue, Paramus and 10:30 a.m. Funeral Mass at Sacred Heart RC Church.
Interment George Washington Memorial Park. Family will receive their friends Monday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Jim’s name to The Cancer Center of Hackensack University Medical Center, 30 Prospect Avenue, Hackensack, NJ 07601.

Jimmy Tyson 133 Gertrude Ave. Paramus NJ 08840 [from phone book in possession of the author] 
Tyson, James (I1403)
321 George Andrews, farmer, married, son of George, died Coxheath age 78 years, 8 months. Informant son Elias at Coxheath. Death Oct 19, Burial St. Mark's, Oct 21, 1919. NS Civ Reg Bk 56 p. 35

1871 Census of Canada family 1 Balls Bridge div 2 p. 1
George Andrews 31 farmer
Mary Ann Andrews 29 no write
Ellen Andrews 5
Sarah Andrews 3
Emily Andrews 1
Emily Willows 19

1881 Census Household
Geo. P. ANDREWS M Male 40 Nova Scotia Farmer
Mary A. ANDREWS M Female 39 Nova Scotia
Eliza Ellen ANDREWS Female 14 Nova Scotia
Sarah Jane ANDREWS Female 12 Nova Scotia
Emlie ANDREWS Female 10 Nova Scotia
Caroline S. ANDREWS Female 8 Nova Scotia
Elias E. ANDREWS Male 6 Nova Scotia
Alfred S. ANDREWS Male 4 Nova Scotia
Alonzo J. ANDREWS Male 1 Nova Scotia
Source Information:
Census Place Ball's Creek, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
District 6
Sub-district E
Division 1
Page Number 10
Household Number 36 
Andrews, George Philip (I1824)
322 GEORGE BELLWORTH [born circa 1865] of Coxheath was buried March 7, 1876 age 11 years. (records of St. George's Sydney) Bellworth, George (I1735)
323 George Currie, fisherman, married Margaret McDONALD of Cow Bay (carpenter Alexr. and Ann) 27 May 1876 at Cow Bay (R.C.) (NS Civ. Reg. 1876 - Book: 1804 - Page: 119 - Number: 73
George CURRIE M Male Scottish 28 Nova Scotia Fisherman And Farmer Roman Catholic
Margarett CURRIE M Female Scottish 26 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Mary Ann CURRIE Female Scottish 16 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
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 84 Household Number 374

28 41 257 Curry George M Head M Jan 7 1849 52
28 42 257 Curry Margaret F Wife M May 26 1851 49
28 43 257 Curry Joseph M Son S Oct 1 1879 21
28 44 257 Curry Augustus M Son S Jun 22 1892 8
28 45 257 Curry Margaret F Daughter S Feb 18 1899 2
28 46 257 Curry Stephen M Brother W Jan 18 1861 40
28 47 257 Curry George M Nephew S Jul 29 1884 16
28 48 257 Curry Vincent M Nephew S Apr 15 1886 14
28 49 257 Curry Stephen M Nephew S Jun 13 1888 12
28 50 257 Curry Willie M Nephew S Oct 17 1891 9
29 51 257 Curry Mary M F Daughter S Oct 20 1891 9
Source Information
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Port Morien, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 28
Subdistrict Number w
Archives Microfilm T-6448

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration: as George Curry (indexed at as George Currey). Cape Breton County. Registration Year: 1918 - Book: 29 - Page: 404 - Number: 1623. Patrick J. Curry made return. "Drowned by falling through ice-bo dy not recovered) 
Currie, George (I1799)
324 George Francis H. Rudderham, 28, farmer (James and Margaret), 28, at NW Arm by license, C. of England, to Bridget GIBBONS of "near Sydney" (farmer Napoleon & Margt) October 25, 1886. George and his wife are buried at St. John's Cem, Pt. Edward, with sons Frank O. and Edwin F. Headstone gives year of death as 1920. Rudderham, George Francis Havelock (I1897)
325 Gordon Boutilier changed his name to Butler and moved to Minnesota

Border Crossings from Canada to US (
Gordon Boutilier, farm laborer, age 18, entered US through Buffalo, NY on October 17, 1907, going to his uncle Murray Boutilier in Hammond Wisconsin. Contact was father John in Sydney, also Gordon's last permanent residence. Height 5', 144 lbs, fair complexion, brown hair, blue eyes.

1910 Census of US has "Gorden H. Butler" as a boarder in Wolverton, Wilkin County, Minnesota

Gordon Butler registered for the draft in Valleytown, Phillips County, Montana on June 5, 1919. Occ. Farmer, married with 2 children; light blue eyes, light hair, medium height and build (Microfilm Roll 1,711,438)

1920 Census of US
School Dist 11 Phillips Co. Montana
Gordon Butter 30 imm 1907 pa general farmer
Julia Butler 25 native of Iowa
Clinton H. Butler 7 native of Minnesota
Knora? G. Butler (male) 5 born Minnesota
Olida M. Butler ? born Montana
(Julia's parents Anton and Elizabeth Erickson, both of Norwegian descent, are living nearby)
T625_974 p 11B ED158 household 57

SSDI GORDON BUTLER 25 Apr 1889 Feb 1967 56756 (Salol, Roseau, MN) (none specified) 472-18-6739 Minnesota

Minnesota Historical Society Death Certs Index
Date of Birth 25 Apr 1889
Place of Birth OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name UNKNOWN
Date of Death 19 Feb 1967
County of Death ROSEAU

CLINTON H BUTLER 09 Dec 1912 30 Mar 1996 56756 (Salol, Roseau, MN) (none specified) 470-18-3077 Minnesota
KENOVHA G BUTLER 10 Feb 1915 06 Oct 1997 (V) 56756 (Salol, Roseau, MN) (none specified) 476-09-2187 Minnesota
MYRTLE C BUTLER 09 Apr 1919 19 Jun 2002 (V) 56673 (Roosevelt, Roseau, MN) (none specified) 472-76-3503 Minnesota

Date of Birth 10 Feb 1915
Place of Birth MINNESOTA
Mother Maiden Name ERICKSON
certid# 1997-MN-027679
Date of Death 06 Oct 1997
County of Death ROSEAU

From Minnesota Official Marriage System website
Gordon Butler to Julia Erickson, Morrison County, cert # J-73 
Boutilier, Gordon Howard (I1846)
326 Had a daughter named Catharina Jansson, Anders (I1083)
327 HAIBECK, Gervase "George" Lethbridge Herald May 8, 2004
"Passed away in Lethbridge on May 5, 2004 at the age of 89 years, Mr. Gervase "George" Haibeck. George is survived by his sons, Gene and Dennis; granddaughters, Shelley, Shauna, Carmel and Brenda Shanks and Jenise Jeppson; grandson Londell; and five great-grandchildren; as well as his nieces, nephews and their families. He is predeceased by his parents; his brother Todd; and his sister Connie (Mason). A Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, May 11, 2004 at Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703-13 St. N., Lethbridge, with Reverend Laurence Deverall officiating. Cremation to follow. Flowers are gratefully declined. Those who wish memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society"

"Gervais Haibeck was born in 1914, in the Cartwright home in Lethbridge. His family operated the Chin store, built about 1911 for many years. The family lived above the two-storey general store, which sold everything...."My father John ran the store, and he came up from Pipestone, Minn., and my mother, Ella Mae Flynn, was from Ontario," said Haibeck. "The store was also the post office and my father was postmaster" ("Chin's history rich with Prairie lore", Lethbridge Herald, June 9, 2001 p C5) 
Haibeck, Gervase Craigen "George" (I588)
328 He came to the US in 1885, according to the 1900 US Census, Kingston, Meeker County, Minnesota, T623_775 pg 2A ED113. He is a boarder in Kingston Township (as "Murray Butler")

Minnesota Death Certificate, Hennepin County, #1945-MN-018082. (as Murray B. Butler)

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 10 Sep 2012), Murray Butler in household of Howard Butler, Minnetonka Township, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 27-30A, sheet 14B, family 334, NARA digital publication T627, roll 1925. 
Boutilier, Murray Benjamin (I61)
329 Henrietta Rudderham, 22, (James & Susan Mgt.) by license, Church of England, married farmer Alexander CAMPBELL, (farmer Alexr & Jane) 24, both of Sydney NW Arm 15 Jan 1873 at NW Arm (NS Civ. Reg., Registration Year: 1873 - Book: 1804 - Page: 71 - Number: 54)

1881 Census of Canada
Alex CAMPBELL Male Scottish 73 Nova Scotia Baptist
Janie CAMPBELL M Female English 69 Nova Scotia Baptist
Henriette CAMPBELL Female Scottish 35 Nova Scotia Baptist
James CAMPBELL M Male Scottish 33 Nova Scotia Millar Baptist
Henriette CAMPBELL M Female English 29 Nova Scotia Church of England
Williaman CAMPBELL Male Scottish 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Seward CAMPBELL Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia Church of England [Stewart]
Eliza CAMPBELL Female Scottish 3 Nova Scotia Church of England
Lewis CAMPBELL Male Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Ball's Creek, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166 District 6 Sub-district E Division 1 Page Number 27 Household Number 106

12 20 115 Campbell James M Head M Mar 17 1848 53
12 21 115 Campbell Henrietta F Wife M Jul 4 1851 49
12 22 115 Campbell Eliza F Daughter S Sep 27 1878 22
12 23 115 Campbell Louis M Son S Aug 31 1880 20
12 24 115 Campbell Grace F Daughter S May 2 1882 18
12 25 115 Campbell Harry M Son S Dec 9 1883 17
12 26 115 Campbell Winnie F Daughter S Aug 12 1884 16
12 27 115 Campbell Emerson M Son S Sep 3 1887 13
12 28 115 Campbell Jennie F Daughter S Sep 19 1889 11
12 29 115 Campbell Alexander M Son S Sep 21 1891 9
12 30 115 Campbell Henrietta F Sister S Jan 27 1846 55
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada Subdistrict: Ball Creek, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28 Subdistrict Number: b Archives Microfilm: T-6447

(Son Stewart died young)

1911 Census
9 168 Campbell Alexander J. M Head M Mar 1848 63
10 168 Campbell Henrietta F Wife M Jul 1850 60
11 168 Campbell Jennie M. F Daughter S Sep 1889 21
12 168 Campbell Alexander J. M Son S Sep 1891 19 
Rudderham, Henrietta (I1895)
330 Henry Peters was a loyalist from New Hampshire. Peters, Henry Moore (I2600)
331 Henry Willows was the son of Charles Willows and Mabella Maria Battersby who married 25 January 1826 at St George's.
However, his baptism record gives parents' names as Charles and Isabella Willows of Sydney. Likely there is a typo on the baptism record.

Surname also rendered Willis or Wallis.
Willows, Henry Alonzo (I288)
332 Her mother's fourth child, according to her birth certificate. New York City Civil Registration, Kings County 1893, Birth Certificate #1[6 or 4] 037. The death certificate is New York City Civil Registration, Kings County, 1894 Death Certificate #1719 Rothwell, Theresa Victoria (I542)
333 Her mother's sixth child, according to birth certificate. The midwife's name was Ida Mieske. This woman assisted at a number of Gerda's births. Rothwell, Lucy Gerda (I166)
334 Her mother's third child, according to birth certificate. New York City Civil Registration, Kings County 1891, Birth Certificate #10627

The 1911 Charles Anderson-Jennie Rothwell marriage certificate is New York City Marriage Registration Manhattan, Marriage Certificate # 5393 
Rothwell, Jennie Beatrice (I165)
335 her name is also rendered as "Vincensdotter" = why? Hindersdotter?, Karin (I842)
336 her parents were farming at Mira River at the time of Hannah's baptism.

1871 census
Hannah is living with her fisherman son William and his family in Cow Bay

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Edward CLEMENTS M Male English 24 Nova Scotia Fisherman And Farmer Church of England
Sophia CLEMENTS M Female English 25 Nova Scotia Church of England
Barbara M. CLEMENTS Female English 1 Nova Scotia Church of England
Hannah PEECH W Female English 72 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 76
Household Number 339

Widow Hannah Peach can be seen on the 1871 census living with her son William's family.

Alleged child of Robert Peach and Hannah Forbes:

Eliza Jane Peach 
Forbes, Hannah (I509)
337 Her parents were natives of Poland and started a family in Poland; the family immigrated in [insert year]. Victoria's brothers worked in the auto industry. Kaluzinski, Victoria (I565)
338 History of Christmas Island Parish: Finlay McKenzie was a soldier in the British Army, 78th Rgt. and died without issue. MacKenzie, Finlay (I554)
339 HOIC p. 209-210: son of Neil MacDougall of Eigg/Pictou/Judique Intervale and Flora MacEachern. "Neil MacDougall, son of Patrick, a native of Eigg, Scotland, emigrated to America in 1791, landing first at Pictou N.S. A few years later he came to Judique Intervale where he settled down, taking up four hundred acres of land. He was married in Pictou to Flora MacEachern (of the Creignish MacEacherns) by whom he had a family of six sons and six daughters namely: Angus, Donald, Patrick, Charles, John, Alexander, Ann, Mary, Jessie, Catherine, Flora, and Margaret. The son Angus, was married to Elizabeth MacInnis, daughter of Robert the Mason....Neil, the common ancestor, died February 27, 1845. The family of Angus MacDougall, son of Neil, were: John, Robert who was the second Sheriff of Inverness County, Joseph, Alexander, Neil, Cecilia, Mary, Jessie and Margaret.

Angus McDougall, farmer, age 77, married, native of Pictou, died at Judique Intervale 23 May 1872, Angus McDougall making the return (NS Civ Reg, bk 1810 pg 70 no. 86)

It appears that HOIC missed a son named Angus.

1871 Census Judique div 1 p 31-32 hh 84
Angus McDougall 75 farmer
Elizabeth McDougall 75 born NS
Angus McDougall 36 (married)
Joseph McDougall 5
William McDougall 5
Angus McDougall 3
Theodore McDougall 1 3/4
Ann McDougall (spouse of Angus)
Jessie McDougall 42 no read no write
Alexander McDougall 32
hh 82 is John McDougall, 48, farmer, and wife Sarah, age 32

MacDougall, Angus (I306)
340 HOIC p. 588: "Ewan MacEachern lived for a while in Judique and obtained a grant of six hundred acres of land at Indian Point. He sold out this granted lot to a MacDonnell, and returned to Prince Edward Island where his brother the Bishop lived."
HOIC p. 190: "This land [600 acres at Indian Point] he subsequently sold. The purchaser resold half of the six hundred acres to Thomas MacDonell, Ban. Ewan MacEachern returned permanently to PEI."

Wife Mary (---)
Children were Eugene (sent to Rome to become a priest), Benjamin, Donald Sr. & Jr., Joseph, John, three daughters

Cape Breton County Deed Books FHL Film # 808,746
bk B p. 196
registered/dated 4 March 1796
licence of occupation to Hugh McEachern who is "desirous of settling himself and several families at Great Judique"
580 acres of land at Great Judique to the NW of lands occupied by Michael McDonald (appears to be the same land later granted in 1806 (see below)

Cape Breton County Land Petition year 1806
McEachern, Hugh
Surveyor's report of lot 7 at Great Judique. Plan.
Cape Breton no.: 249a
NSARM microfilm: 15789

Cape Breton County Deed Books FHL Film # 808,747
bk C p. 163 grant
"Unto Hugh McEachran a Tract of Land at Great Judique Vizt. Lot No. 7 beginning at a stake on the Beach about Thirty Chains to the Northward of the Entrance of Judique River thence South Eighty Degrees East over a Point of Land In the Said River to a Reservation of one Chain in Width. One hundred chains more or less Thence along the Western Line of said Reservation North Ten Degrees East Sixty Chains Thence to the Shore of St. Georges Bay one Hundred and Twenty Seven Chains more or Less Thence along Shore to the place of Commencement Containing Six Hundred and Twenty Acres more or less with allowances for Highways. Given...23rd day of October 1806...recorded 31 Dec'r 1806

Cape Breton County Deed Books FHL Film #808, 747
bk C p. 487
"...we Hugh McEachran in the Island of Prince Edward Farmer and Mary my Wife for...the sum of one hundred and Twenty pounds Halifax currency to us in hand paid.....grant...unto Thomas McDonald and Donald McDonald of Judick in the Island of Cape Breton all that...Land Great judick...viz No 7...In testimony whereof we the said Hugh McEachran and Mary my wife have herunto set our hands and seals at St. Patricks Parish King's County Prince Edward Island the sixth day of July one thousand eight hundred and eight"
signed & sealed Hugh McEachran, Mary McEachran
witnesses Charles Worrell JP Prince Edward Island, Donald McInnis, John Cameron (all sign)
Recorded 1 April 1809
MacEachern, Ewan "Hugh" (I669)
341 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Robert MCDOUGALL M Male Scottish 50 Nova Scotia Sheriff Catholic
Mary Ellen MCDOUGALL M Female Irish 44 Nova Scotia Catholic
Margaret Ann MCDOUGALL Female Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Catholic
Mary Ellen MCDOUGALL Female Scottish 20 Nova Scotia School Mrs Catholic
Joseph W MCDOUGALL Male Scottish 18 Nova Scotia Student Catholic
Angus S MCDOUGALL Male Scottish 16 Nova Scotia Student Catholic
Alexander MCDOUGALL Male Scottish 14 Nova Scotia Student Catholic
Eliza F MCDOUGALL Female Scottish 12 Nova Scotia Catholic
Josephine W MCDOUGALL Female Scottish 10 Nova Scotia Catholic
Teresa S MCDOUGALL Female Scottish 8 Nova Scotia Catholic
Vincent A MCDOUGALL Male Scottish 6 Nova Scotia Catholic
Source Information:
Census Place Port Hood, Inverness, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375801
NA Film Number C-13165
District 4
Sub-district F
Page Number 48
Household Number 199

1891 Census, Port Hood Dist 2 (family 26) indicates Mary McDougall, 53, was widowed)

Josephine Maud McDougall birth cert: Registration Year: 1870 - Book: 1814 - Page: 143 - Number: 549 
MacDougall, Robert (I1936)
342 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
James BOLDWIN M Male English 61 England Stable Man Episcopal
Sarah Jane BOLDWIN M Female English 62 Nova Scotia Episcopal
James BOLDWIN Male English 20 Nova Scotia Miner Episcopal
Mary Ann BUOTITIER Female English 10 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Jane BUOTITIER Female English 8 Nova Scotia Episcopal
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 16
Household Number 74

Parish Records of St. George, Sydney, burial no. 901, p. 113. "Sarah Bolen, Forks Road, ca. 79 years" 
Boutilier, Sarah Jane (I2482)
343 Household Record 1880 United States Census
Sarah ESLER Wife M Female W 38 IRELAND House Keeper IRELAND IRELAND
Charles BAER Other S Male W 18 IRELAND Farm Laborer IRELAND IRELAND
Census Place Huron, Huron, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254582
NA Film Number T9-0582
Page Number 82C

1900 United States Census Hume, Huron, Michigan T623_715 pg 6B ED9
Alexander ESLER b. July 1843 imm 1871 na farmer
Sarah ESLER b. August 1884? imm 1876 no children
Ida ESLER adopted daughter born Feb 1880 Canadian imm. 1887
George ESLER adopted son born Feb 1889 born New York at school
William ESLER adopted son born May 1899 adopted son born Michigan
Thomas MORGAN 28 year old hired man, farm laborer, born Michigan

1910 Census United States
Port Hope Rubicon Huron Michigan Roll T624_649 p 1A ED18
Shore Road
Alexander L. ESLER, farmer, imm 1872 na
Sarah M. ESLER (no children)
William ESLER 10 year old adopted son

From: (New River Cemetery)
(Contributed by William Silverthorn on Jan 02, 2002, edited Apr 04, 2006; incorporates work by Robert La Belle dating from 1991.)
Esler, Alex L., b. 1838, d. 1924
Esler, James L., b. 1832, d. 1922
Esler, Maggie D., b. 1872, d. 1888
Esler, Marjorie, b. 1834, d. 1899
Esler, Nettie, b. 1882, d. 1891
Esler, Sarah, b. 1846, d. 1916
Esler, Thelma, b. 1901, d. 1983
Esler, Wm., b. 1878, d. 1893
Esler, Wm., b. 1899, d. 1958

Portrait and Biographical Album of Huron County [Michigan] (1884)
p. 226
"Alexander L. Esler, farmer, sections 12 and 13, Huron Township and assistant keeper of the light-house at Point aux Barques, has operated in that capacity six years, his service beginning in September, 1878. His watch is from midnight until sunrise. He is also engaged in farming, and is the proprietor of 333 acres of land, 50 acres of which are improved. The place has a good dwelling and other suitable farm buildings.
Mr. Esler was born Feb. 14, 1842, in County Antrim , Ireland, and is the son of Alexander and Ellen (Lang) Esler. His father was born on the "Green Isle" in 1798, and died March 28, 1882. The mother was born in 1807, and is still living, in County Antrim. Mr. Esler came from his native land to Canada in 1867, and was employed as a carpenter in the Dominion four years. In 1871 he came to North Branch, Lapeer Co., Mich., and spent eight months in the capacity of a "scaler" of lumber. In the month of June, 1872, he came to Huron City and worked for Langdon Hubbard as a carpenter until January following. He passed the remainder of the winter as a lumberman, and during the succeeding summer worked as a builder in Port Austin, on the construction of a house for William Clark, editor of the "Huron News." His next employment was with Messrs. Dale, Stead & Co., contractors for the Harbor of Refuge, and he managed a lumber camp at White Rock, in their interests, superintending the preparation of the lumber. He was thus occupied two years at White Rock and Sand Beach. He framed the first piece of timber used in the construction of the breakwater, and aided in sinking the first crib, on the 25th of June, 1874.
He bought his farm the previous year, and on the completion of his engagement above referred to he took possession of his property, on which he has since resided. He is a Republican, and is present School Director (1884).
Mr. Esler was married March 30, 1876, to Sarah Johnson. No children have been born to them, but they have an adopted son, William, who was born Feb. 15, 1878. The child is legally adopted. Mrs. Esler is the daughter of William and Elizabeth (Robinson) Johnson. The fathers of Mr. and Mrs. Esler died on the same day. Her mother is living in the township of Stanly [sic], Huron Co., Ont.
Mr. Esler suffered heavily in the fire of 1881. He lost his stable, 30,000 feet of lumber, and the shingles designed for his barn. All the fences on the place was burned, and his house with entire contents, beds, bedding and clothing, the family saving only such apparel as they were wearing. Five hogs were also burned. The loss was estimated at $2,000."
Esler, Alexander Lang (I761)
344 Household Record 1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Adeline JACKLITSCH Wife M Female W 45 CT Keeping House CT CT
Edward JACKLITSCH Son S Male W 15 NY Appe. To Lythographer WURTEMBERG CT
Amelia F. JACKLITSCH Dau S Female W 12 NY At School WURTEMBERG CT
Source Information:
Census Place Brooklyn, Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York
Family History Library Film 1254844
NA Film Number T9-0844
Page Number 363B

1905 -1906 city directory of Brooklyn
Jacklitsch August F 251 10th
Jacklitsch Frank A 229 8th/554 Flushing Ave 
Jacklitsch, Friedrich Augustus (I446)
345 Household Record 1881 British Census
Archibald CRAGIE Head M Male 35 Bellingham, Northumberland, England Messenger To Flourmill
Jane CRAGIE Wife M Female 29 Allendale, Northumberland, England Messenger To Flourmill Wife
Margaret Jane CRAGIE Daur U Female 6 Newcastle On Tyne Scholar
Robert CRAGIE Son U Male 2 Newcastle On Tyne
Earnest CRAGIE Son U Male 1 Newcastle On Tyne
Source Information
Dwelling 28 Brunel St
Census Place Elswick, Northumberland, England
Family History Library Film 1342219
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 5054 / 89
Page Number 56

Deaths Jun 1886
Craigie Archibald 40 Newcastle T. 10b 25
CRAIGIE, Archibald 24 May 1886 40 Newcastle (Newcastle Evening Chronicle death notice)

Births Sep 1845
Cragie Archibald Bellingham 25 239 
Cragie, Archibald (I1321)
346 Household Record 1881 British Census
William HENDERSON Head M Male 34 Wallsend, Northumberland, England Joiner
Mary HENDERSON Wife M Female 32 Ryton, Durham, England
Jane HENDERSON Daur U Female 7 Wallsend, Northumberland, England
Henry HENDERSON Son U Male 5 Wallsend, Northumberland, England
Dorothy HENDERSON Daur U Female 4 Wallsend, Northumberland, England
Infant HENDERSON Son U Male 3 w Wallsend, Northumberland, England
Source Information:
Dwelling Rosehill Terrace
Census Place Wallsend, Northumberland, England
Family History Library Film 1342225
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 5072 / 46
Page Number 41

Marriages Sep 1872
HENDERSON William Tynemouth 10b 335
Robson Mary Tynemouth 10b335 
Henderson, William (I1287)
347 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
James O BRIEN M Male Irish 53 O Hotel Keeper Catholic
Eliza A. O BRIEN M Female 43 O Catholic
John L. O BRIEN Male Irish 27 O Catholic
Pheobe A. O BRIEN Female Irish 18 O Catholic
Pheobe GILLET Female German 60 O E. Methodist
John GLEN Male English 14 England C. Methodist
Source Information
Census Place Richmond, Lennox, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 117
Sub-district H
Division 2
Page Number 57
Household Number 282 
O'Brien, James (I1370)
348 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
Thomas FRASIER M Male 38 Nova Scotia ... Presbyterian
Annie J. FRASIER M Female 35 Nova Scotia
Frederick FRASIER Male 6 Nova Scotia
Annie FRASIER Female 3 Nova Scotia
Jessie FRASIER Female <1 Born: Aug; 7m Nova Scotia
Alice COOK Female 21 Nova Scotia ...
Source Information:
Census Place Amherst, Cumberland, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375812
District 22
Sub-district A
Division 1
Page Number 11
Household Number 42

Marriage of Thomas Fraser & Annie Jane McCoull, saddler occured at Hopewell Pictou Co., 18 Oct 1873 (NS Civ Reg Bk 1831 pg 102 no 197) 
Fraser, Thomas (I535)
349 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Angus MCINNIS M Male Scottish 35 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Margaret MCINNIS M Female Scottish 30 Nova Scotia Catholic
Lucy MCINNIS Female Scottish 8 Nova Scotia Catholic
Charles MCINNIS Male Scottish 6 Nova Scotia Catholic
Angus MCINNIS Male Scottish 4 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catherine MCINNIS Female Scottish 2 Nova Scotia Catholic
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 30

Birth registration (NS Civ Reg, Inverness County) for Lucy McInnis is Year 1872 - Book 1814 - Page 212 - Number 658

7 28 54 McInnis Angus M Head M Oct 10 1842 58
7 29 54 McInnis Margaret F Wife M Sep 15 1850 50
7 30 54 McInnis Charles M Son S Mar 1 1876 25
7 31 54 McInnis Angus M Son S Jan 5 1878 23
7 32 54 McInnis Catherine F Daughter S Oct 20 1879 21
7 33 54 McInnis Mary F Daughter S Sep 15 1881 19
7 34 54 McInnis Flora F Daughter S Mar 20 1884 16
7 35 54 McInnis Katie A. F Daughter S May 31 1888 12
Source Information
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Lake Ainslee (West/Ouest), INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 35
Subdistrict Number h
Archives Microfilm T-6453

41 34 McInnis Charles M Head M Mar 1874 37
42 34 McInnis Mary F Wife M May 1881 30
43 34 McInnis Joseph R. M Son S Dec 1910 6/12
44 34 McInnis Rose M. F Daughter S Aug 1909 1
45 34 McInnis Angus M Father M Oct 1843 68
46 34 McInnis Margaret F Mother M May 1850 61
47 34 Pavel Harry M Adopted S Apr 1901 10
1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 17 Lake Ainslie West poll district / page 4

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration, Inv. Co., Registration Year 1929 - Book 125 - Page 745. As Angus McInnis. Informant Mrs. Alex McMaster of Brook Village, daughter 
MacInnis, Angus (I1779)
350 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
John MCKEAGAN M Male Scottish 32 Nova Scotia Farmer C. Presbyterian
Sarah MCKEAGAN M Female Scottish 26 Nova Scotia C. Presbyterian
Murdock MCKEAGAN Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia C. Presbyterian
Peter James MCKEAGAN Male Scottish 4 Nova Scotia C. Presbyterian
John MCKEAGAN Male Scottish 1 Nova Scotia C. Presbyterian
Christy CAMPBELL Female Scottish 33 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Ball's Creek, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district E
Division 1
Page Number 25
Household Number 97 
McKeigan, Peter James (I1989)

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