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351 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Michel OSTER M Male Swiss 44 Ontario Farmer Catholic
Mary OSTER M Female Irish 37 USA Catholic
Peter OSTER Male Swiss 20 Ontario Catholic
Henry OSTER Male Swiss 18 Ontario Catholic
Charles OSTER Male Swiss 10 Ontario School Catholic
James OSTER Male Swiss 7 Ontario Catholic
Joseph OSTER Male Swiss 5 Ontario Catholic
Isaac OSTER Male Swiss 3 Ontario Catholic
Arthur OSTER Male Swiss <1 Born: Dec; 4/12 Ontario Catholic
Source Information:
Census Place Stanley, Huron South, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375908
NA Film Number C-13272
District 173
Sub-district E
Division 3
Page Number 9
Household Number 35 
Oster, Michael Thomas (I1654)
352 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Thomas ARMSTRONG M Male Irish 33 Ireland Farmer Roman Catholic
Mary Anne ARMSTRONG M Female Irish 25 Ontario Roman Catholic
Mary ARMSTRONG Female Irish 7 Ontario Roman Catholic
Patrick ARMSTRONG Male Irish 5 Ontario Roman Catholic
James ARMSTRONG Male Irish 3 Ontario Roman Catholic
Jane ARMSTRONG Female Irish 1 Ontario Roman Catholic
Source Information
Census Place Barrie, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district L
Page Number 8
Household Number 34

1891 Census of Canada

1901 Census of Canada
Morley, Algoma, Ontario (dist 44 sd f2 NA microfilm T-6458)
page 5 lines 34-43
Thomas Armstrong head born 14 Feb 1848 married
Mary Armstrong wife born 16 May 1857 married
w/ Children Patrick, James, John, Bernadette, Thomas, Theresa, Julia, and Alice

3 26 Armstrong Thos Morley M Head M Feb 1849 62
4 26 Armstrong Mary F Wife M May 1856 55
5 26 Armstrong John M Son S Jan 1883 28
6 26 Armstrong Thos M Son S Feb 1888 23
7 26 Armstrong Treasa F Daughter S Feb 1890 21
8 26 Armstrong Leo M Grandson S Feb 1903 8
9 27 Kenelly Vincent Morley M Head S Sep 1886 25
10 27 Kenelly Jim M Brother S Sep 1888 23
11 27 Kenelly John M Brother S Oct 1894 17
12 27 Kenelly Ellen F Sister S Apr 1878 33
1911 / Ontario / Thunder Bay and Rainy River / 48 Morley / page 7

Born in Queens County, Ireland (Laoix) according to death cert, but his father's tombstone says the Armstrongs were from Fermanagh. Perhaps McAvoy was from Laoix.
Armstrong, Thomas (I1510)
353 Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Thomas WADDEN M Male English 22 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Tilley WADDEN M Female English 19 Nova Scotia Church of England
Elizabeth Ann WADDEN Female English <1 Born: Jun; 11/12 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 76 Household Number 340

1st cousin once removed of his wife

is he Elizabeth Miles' or Susan Wadden's son? 
Wadden, Thomas (I2634)
354 ype=m
Marriage Record Details
Last Name: Butler
First Name: Murray B
Day: 25
Month: May
Year: 1896
County: St. Croix
Volume: 3
Page: 395 
Family F91
355 Ida Esler, 22, spinster, of Huron/Ontario, Canada daughter of Alex, married John Muchant, bachelor, 27 Harbor Beach/Michigan son of Rufus & Harriet Hagel? Jan 21 1902 by Daniels, minister. Wits James Carroll and M. Shaw both of Huron, #18

death registered as Ida Meichant in Presque Isle. 
Esler, Ida (I2314)
356 Ida Mildred Boutilier (1878-1972) married Murray D. LEWIS (1871-1963), her 2nd cousin once removed
Ida Mildred Boutilier, 28, of West Side Sydney River (born Muggah's Creek) married her cousin Murray D. LEWIS, 35, plasterer, Sydney River (farmer Avery Fredk and Caroline M.) October 2, 1906 at Sydney, Church of England. (NS Civ. Reg. Book: 1805 - Page: 227 - Number: 319)
1911 Census: Nova Scotia, Cape Breton South, 2 Balls Creek poll district p. 6 
Boutilier, Ida Mildred (I1957)
Tuesday, November 30, 1937 (15)
Friday, December 3, 1937 (8)
Married 07/16/1903
Date of Birth Thursday, November 7, 1867
Place of Birth FREELAND, PA
Date of Death Saturday, November 27, 1937
Place of Death LONG BEACH, CA
Cemetery ST. MARY (H)
Formerly of 621 Williams Street, SAGINAW
Funeral Home MCINTYRE 
Bonner, Charles (I2306)
Monday, August 29, 1960 (B6)
Married: 11/27/1910
Age: 84
Date of Birth: Sunday, May 14, 1876
Place of Birth: MERRILL, MI
Date of Death: Sunday, August 28, 1960
Place of Death: SAGINAW, MI
Year moved to US/Saginaw: SAGINAW 1943
Cemetery: ST. ANDREW
Funeral Home: MCINTYRE 
Madden, Martin John (I2310)
359 informant of Edward S. Murrant death was John Murrant of So. Port Morien, cousin (CB Co. NS Civil Registration Year 1922 - Book 60 - Page 507) Murrant, Edward S. (I1891)
360 Information about the Jordan family comes from St. Charles Borromeo parish anniversary book, and is attributed to Sister Irene McDonald, CSJ.

Jordan-Conlon marriage is no. 11 p. 255 St. Mary, Kingston register. 
Jordan, Michael (I1338)
361 Information from marriage licence (Nova Scotia civil registration): Born in Baddeck ,resident in Glace Bay, occupation soldier, son of Hector P. McNeil & Anne McNeil, freight handler. McNeil, John Daniel (I1351)
362 Information from marriage license: son of Joseph Campbell of Frenchvale and Elinore Lockman

DECEDENT: Rita Carmel McIntyre
Published in Cape Breton Post on Thursday, April 28, 2005
Rita Carmel McIntyre 1923-2005 GLACE BAY- It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Rita Carmel McIntyre, 81, of Glace Bay. Rita passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2005, at the Glace Bay Health Care Complex. Born in Glace Bay, she was the daughter of the late Daniel and Anne (Casey) Campbell. Rita graduated from Normal College in Truro, with her teaching degree and over the years enjoyed upgrading her licence and the friendships made at that time. Those friends she had to this day. She taught school at St. Anne's in her early years of teaching, but enjoyed the majority of her teaching years in New Waterford and was constantly approached by former students who loved her then and never forgot her. She valued each and every student and remembered many little stories whenever she spoke of one. Rita was a past member of the Retired Teachers Association in both Glace Bay and New Waterford. She was also a past member of the Lingan Golf Club. Rita was a wonderful daughter, sister, wife, friend and neighbour. She was loved by everyone who knew her and she was always identified as 'that beautiful woman.' That beauty was also in her soul and spirit, warmth to any and everyone. She and Manning travelled to Florida in the winters for 20 years and enjoyed some of the closest friendships and most fun of their lives. Rita will be sadly missed by her loving husband of 49 years, Manning McIntyre; chosen daughter, Sharon Butte; brother, Daniel (Theresa) Campbell, Ft.Lauderdale, Fla.; niece, nephews and cousins. Predeceased by her brothers, Robert 'Bobby' Campbell in infancy, Adrian (Genny), Campbell, Long Island,N.Y. Visitation for Mrs. McIntyre will be held Thursday 7-9 p.m. and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in V.J. McGillivray Funeral Home, 16 Reserve St., Glace Bay. Funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday in Immaculate Conception Church, Bridgeport. Fr. Jim Oliver officiating, Fr. Clifford Bisson will be con-celebrating. Burial in St. Anne's Cemetery. 
Campbell, Daniel (I1354)
363 ISABELLA BELLWORTH aka ISABEL (born around 1860) married Robert Gudgeon of Manchester, England in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 22 December 1879 (Registration Year: 1879 - Book: 1817 - Page: 36 - Number: 502)
Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Robt. GUDGEN M Male English 26 England Soldier R.A Church of England
Isabell GUDGEN M Female English 21 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Ward No. 1, Halifax, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375804
NA Film Number C-13168
District 9
Sub-district A
Division 2
Page Number 94
Household Number 331

1891 Census of Canada East Toronto York Ontario St. Thomas Ward p. 31 hh 84
Robert Gudgeon 35 ENG/ENG/ENG hotel waiter
Isabella Gudgeon 30 wife NS/NS/NS
Chas Barker 10 nephew NS/NS/ENG
James Thompson 27 lodger ONT/IRE/IRE house painter
all Church of England

1901 Census of Canada finds Robert and Isabel Gudgeon "born August 23, 1860" living in Toronto, Ontario with Maria (Bellworth) Angrove's son Clark Angrove (b. "August 26, 1886") Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada Subdistrict: Ward/Quartier No. 2, TORONTO, ONTARIO, District Number: 117 Subdistrict Number: b-21
Archives Microfilm: T-6498 (Robert & Isabel can also be seen in 1911 Census of Canada, Ontario / Toronto Centre / 1 ward 2 / page 1] Clark Angrove died unmarried in Toronto on November 2, 1933 according to his civil death registration #006873. 
Bellworth, Isabella (I1733)
364 Isabella Cockburn to James Whitecross, Houghton le Spring, 10a424, December 1856
Marriages Jun 1905 WHITECROSS Isabella to Thomas Fortune Middlesbro' 9d 1035
Deaths Mar 1919 Fortune Isabella 81 Middlesbro 9d 1107 
Cockburn, Isabella (I233)
365 Isabella Jordan married farmer Thomas McDONALD of Bath Ontario, lived at Bath. 8 children.

Known as Isabella.

Her marriage certificate claims she was born and living at Forest Mills at the time of the marriage; the marriage appears in Read parish registers on p. 396 
Jordan, Mary Isabella (I2101)
366 issue of Anders Ersson with Sara Hindersdotter:

1) Catharina Andersdotter (3/10/1798, Fliken)
2) Christina Andersdotter (April 6/8 1801)
3) Sara Andersdotter (Dec 26/28 1802)
4) Eric Andersson (Nov 3/4 1804) 
Ersson, Anders (I708)
367 It seems only two daughters survived him, Anna and Brita.
Died at age 71 years, 4 months according to burial record.

Per Olofsson, baptized 6 Jan 1666 to Olof Palsson of Halvarsbenning

possible siblings of Per Olsson:

21 Feb 1664 bap. Anna Olofsdotter to Olof Pal[sson]
25 Dec 1668 bap. Anders Olofsson to Olof Pavel[sson]
November 1671 bap. Johan Olofsson (?)

Burial Record for Per Olsson, Norberg Parish, GENLINE Image # 2372.9.98200 
Olsson, Per (I566)
368 JAMES A LESLIE 14 Feb 1907 03 Jan 2002 (V) 06611 (Trumbull, Fairfield, CT) (none specified) 040-36-6754 Connecticut (?)

James A. Leslie filed a delayed birth registration on June 6, 1961, while residing at 245 Brookside St. Glace Bay (bk 1907 pg 99100259) Certificate of baptism issued Dec. 17, 1956 is enclosed with delayed birth registration

baptism sponsors were John Casey and Bridget (Ryan) Casey

Nova Scotia Civil Registration, Cape Breton County, Death Certificate Year 1953 - Book 1953 - Page 3735 (Death certificate for daughter Mary Felicitas Leslie) 
Leslie, James Archibald (I1534)
369 James Boutilier (1855-1947): he was married on April 25?, 1883, at Coxheath, Presbyterian by license: James L. Boutilier, 28, of Coxheath, (farmer James & Eliza) and Catherine McKEIGAN of Coxheath formerly Mira (farmer Murd[och] and Jane). Witnesses Levi? Boutilier and Murd. McKeagan. James Forman Boutilier, a lifelong farmer, died at Coxheath Dec 24 1947; burial at Hardwood Hill (NS Civ Reg, Registration Year: 1947 - Book: 1947 - Page: 6696)

Published in Sydney Post Record p 3 on Saturday, December 27, 1947
Funeral of James F. Boutilier, held from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Uriah Andrews and St. Mark’s church, Coxheath, was largely attended with many flowers and cards of sympathy. Rev. C. C. Veinotte conducting the services. Pallbearers were: Calvin Boutilier, Edwin Shaw, Fred Shaw, Russell Andrews, John T. Andrews, Peter MacKeigan. Hymns sung were: Nearer My God To Thee, On The Resurrection Morning and Abide With Me. Many flowers and cards of sympathy were received.
(Submitted by R. Fraser to 
Boutilier, James Forman (I1827)
370 James Flynn's surviving children all emigrated to Hungerford Township, Hastings East, Canada.

Michael Flynn --married to Catherine Fitzgerald
Ann Flynn --married to Daniel Burns
George Flynn --married to Catherine Doyle
Mary Flynn --married to John McGrath
John Flynn --married to Winifred O'Leary
William Flynn --married to Mary Hinch
Elizabeth Flynn --married to John Hinch (brother of Mary Hinch)
James Flynn --married to Ellen Butler
+ fourth daughter (as indicated in 1839 rental) 
Flynn, James (I1448)
371 James Francis Sutherland to Donald & Ann Walsh
born Feb. 20,1867
bap. Feb. 24,1867 
Sutherland, Donald (I1931)
372 James Peach born about 1843-1844, Big Lorraine, died May 17, 1911 age 67 Main Street, Louisburg, fisherman. Married at the time of his death. Episcopal. Registration Year: 1911 - Book: 3 - Page: 497 - Number: 2998.
James PEACH married Ann Martha TOWNSEND. They were married in 1866 [or 1865] at Louisbourg. (Birth Certs of son Henry, Registration Year: 1867 - Book: 1803 - Page: 37 - Number: 353, also Page: 39 - Number: 379)

1871 Census Mainadieu div 2 p 21-22 hh 71
James Peach 27 fisherman married
Ann Peach 30 married no read no write
Henry Peach 4
Ellen Peach 1
Benjamin Peach 1

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
James PEACH Male English 38 Nova Scotia Church of England
Ann PEACH Female English 40 Nova Scotia Church of England
Benjamin PEACH Male English 11 Nova Scotia Church of England
Ellen PEACH Female English 11 Nova Scotia Church of England
Annie PEACH Female English 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
Henery PEACH Male English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Kate PEACH Female English 6 Nova Scotia Church of England
Catalene PEACH Female English 4 Nova Scotia Church of England
Vincent PEACH Male English 1 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Louisburg, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district K
Page Number 33
Household Number 164

1891 Census of Canada Nova Scotia Cape Breton Louisburg page 6 household 31
James Peach 47 head fisherman
Ann M. Peach 50 wife
Ben Peach 21 son fisherman
Ellen Peach 21 daughter
Annie Peach 19 daughter
Henery Peach 17 son fisherman
Kate Peach 15 daughter
Kateline Peach 13 daughter
Vincent Peach 11 son
? Peach 8 daughter

Ann Martha Townsend was the daughter of Benj. and Ellen Kehoe acc. to her death certificate (NS Civil Reg. Death Cert year 1931, Book 140 Page 1439)

Sydney Record 23 May 1911
"News Jottings from Louisburg
Louisburg, May 19 - The funeral of the late James Peach took place this afternoon from his late residence and the large concourse of people who attended showed the esteem in which the deceased was held by his fellow citizens. Mr. Peach was sixty seven years of age and son of the late Thomas Peach of Big Lorraine. He formerly resided at Lorraine but moved to Louisburg about forty years ago where he has since resided. The deceased followed fishing as his principal occupation and was very successful. He was one of those hard working honest industrious fishermen of whom we have many about our shores. He married Miss Ann Townsend of Louisburg, who with three sons and fours daughters survive him. About 18 months ago he was attacked with disease of the bone of one of his legs. He had the limb amputated but the poison had gone into his system, and he gradually began to fail. Everything that medical skill and kind and loving friends could do, was of no avail and after much suffering he passed away Wednesday morning. The deceased was a part owner with Captain Philip Wilcox of the schooner May E. McDougall and later of the schooner W. S. Waynott. The remains will be intered in the new C. E. cemetery, being the first in the new cemetery" 
Peach, James (I2523)
373 Jane Hoey ("Jeanie"). Sometime nurse. Spouse was Robert Deas STUART (ca. 1898-1976); married on 31 December 1919 in Greenock. Issue. Hoey, Jane "Jeanie" (I2413)
374 January 6, 1699 a daughter of Anders Bengtsson of Naas was buried. LI:6 Church Accountings. (is this another Anders Bengtsson?) Bengtsson, Anders (I1097)
375 JOAN L BUSCH 28 Oct 1926 03 Jul 2007 (V) 49431 (Ludington, Mason, MI) (none specified) 381-20-5576 Michigan

Detroit Free Press (MI) July 7 2007
Metro Final pg 4A
age 80 of Ludington, formerly of Northville. Died July 3. Wife of Dean. Mother of Jeri (Rob) Clark and Michelle Busch, all of South Lyon, Joni (Lyle) Potter of Ludington, Kevin (Kathleen) Busch of Belleville. Grandmother of Ron, Laura, David, Cameron, Kelley, and Maggie. Sister of Janice (Vincent) Sparks, of South Lyon, Sally (Chuck) Frederickson of Virginia, and Joe (Charlotte) Tate of Belleville. Memorial service is Saturday 11 am at St. John Lutheran Church in Ludington. Memorials to Muscular Dystrophy Association. 
Tate, Joan Lois (I616)
376 Johan Ericksson (1729-1804) was native of Kylsbo.

Children with Anna Andersdotter (all in Kylsbo)

Maria Johansdotter born 12 OCT 1751
Erick Johansson born 13 APR 1753
Johan Johansson born 25 OCT 1755
Anders Johansson born 11 MAY 1758
Anna Johansdotter born 15 JAN 1761
Christina Johansdotter born 18 OCT 1763
Catharina Johansson born 10 DEC 1768
Jacob Johansson born 01 SEP 1772 died 22 MAR 1774 
Ersson, Johan (I767)
377 John Armstrong of Shiney Row was buried in 1812.
Armstrong, John (I2782)
378 JOHN BELLWORTH, son of JAMES and MARGARET, seaman, died unmarried of "slow fever" at age 20 (death schedules, 1871 Census of Canada, Cow Bay.) Bellworth, John (I1728)
379 John Benjamin Boutilier (1847-1921). John Boutilier, carpenter, died at Forest Street, Sydney Mines May 7, 1921. (N.S. Civil Registration Year: 1921 - Book: 59 - Page: 139). John Boutilier was married three times: (1) in 1870 to Sarah McGregor; (2) at Sydney Mines C. of E. in Jan. 25, 1881 to Margaret McGregor, 23, of Lake Ainslie (farmer Chas. & Jessie) (NS Civ Reg, Bk 1804, p. 156 No.9); (3) Aug 1 1889 at Sydney Mines (Presb.) to Annie Margaret Boutilier of Little Bras d'Or (farmer Francis & Ellen) 20. (NS Civ Reg, Bk 1804, pg 219, No. 59). John had a large family.

1871 Census Sydney div 2 p 30 household 105
Ellen Andrews 27 widow no read no write [widow of John Jacob Andrews]
Maryanne Andrews 6
Barbara E. Andrews 4
Sarah Boutilier 21 PE Island married August
John B. Boutilier 24 farmer married August 
Boutilier, John Benjamin (I1876)
380 John Boutilier, a carpenter, married his 2nd cousin once removed (times two) Harriet LEWIS on August 4, 1892 at Coxheath (Church of England) (farmer Thomas and Ann of Coxheath) in 1892 (Registration Year: 1892 - Book: 1804 - Page: 240 - Number: 46) He died at Sydney Forks March 13, 1927; burial Hardwood Hill. His brother Alex made the return. Note: on death certificate Alex claims mom was named Margaret Dingwall and a native of Scotland. (N.S. Civ. Reg. Registration Year: 1927 - Book: 117 - Page: 187)

6 19 53 Bouttier John M Head M Oct 13 1868 33
6 20 53 Bouttier Harrietta F Wife M Aug 4 1868 32
6 21 53 Bouttier Mary F Daughter S Jan 22 1893 8
6 22 53 Bouttier Harold M Son S Feb 19 1894 7
6 23 53 Bouttier Tomas M Son S Sep 30 1898 5
6 24 53 Bouttier Mark M Son S Jan 29 1896 4
6 25 53 Bouttier Pleasentine F Daughter S Apr 4 1897 3
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Sydney (Town/Ville), CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: z-4
Archives Microfilm: T-6448 
Boutilier, John (I1829)
381 John Charles Andrews, 63, married, of Coxheath, died at Coxheath 22 Nov 1876. (Bk 1803 - Pg 146 - No 296)

1871 Census of Canada Balls Bridge div 2 p 1 family 6 (one house uninhabited)
Charles Andrews 55 farmer no write
Charlotte Andrews 54 no write
Susanna Andrews 29 no read no write
Ellen Eliza Andrews 18 servant
Mary Ann Andrews 16
Alexander Andrews 14 farmer
Susan E. Andrews born Nov 1870

p. 7: July 25, 1852 baptism of (forename not given) at Coxheath.

Burial noted in St. George Sydney records.

Andrews, John Charles William (I1816)
382 John David Murrant born around 1841. John David Murrant, age 30, fisherman of South Head Cow Bay married Jemima Ann DILLON (Edward and Ann), Round Islands, 39, by License at Round Island. Church of England. 18 January 1871.

1881 Census of Canada
John David MURNT M Male English 39 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Jemima Ann MURNT M Female English 50 Nova Scotia Church of England
Elizabeth MORRISON Female English 6 Newfoundland 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 82 Household Number 362

27 34 248 Murrant John D M Head M Nov 9 1841 59
27 35 248 Murrant Jimima F Wife M Mar 30 1831 70
27 36 248 Frazer Bessie F Niece S Jan 23 1875 26
Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Morien, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: w
Archives Microfilm: T-6448

John D Murrant death cert C.B. Co., 1911, bk. 22, p. 8, no. 44 
Murrant, John David (I1884)
383 JOHN E LESLIE 08 Aug 1908 29 Mar 2001 (V) 06611 (Trumbull, Fairfield, CT) (none specified) 280-03-8608 Ohio Leslie, John Edward (I1535)
384 John Hoey. Occupation journeyman engineer. Spouse Agnes HOWIE, a shop assistant; married 8 January 1920 in Greenock. Issue.

Name John M'ilvenna Hoey
Registration district Ballymena
Record type BIRTHS
Registration date - quarter and year Oct - Dec 1892
Film number 101064
Volume 1
Page 99
Digital GS number 4193978
Image number 00271
Collection Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958 
Hoey, John McIlvenna (I2407)
385 John HOY Jr., molder, still unmarried, can be found on p. 24A on the 1900 Census of US, Tecumseh Village.
John R. Hoy, 31, son of John Hoy and Mary Ross, married Susie Reeves, 33, daughter of Edwin Reeves, 3 April 1901 in Adrian, Lenawee. Witnesses were Clara and Nathan Horton of Adrian. FHL Film no. 2342519, vol. 3, p. 70, no. 78

1910 Census of US, Tecumseh Village Roll T624_661 p.28A ED82
John R. Hoy, moulder, machine shop
Susan M. Hoy; one child born, one living
Sheldon J. Southwick, 24, post office clerk, stepson

1920 Census of US, Tecumseh Village; Roll T625_781 p 8A ED94
John Hoy is an iron foundry moulder, living with wife Susie

Death Source Citation
Michigan Department of Community Health, Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics; Lansing, Michigan; Death Records

Source Information Michigan, Death Records, 1867-1952 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2015.
cert. no. 6704 
Hoy, John (I2020)
386 John Jordan lived at home; worked on the railroad. never married. Jordan, John (I2106)
387 JOHN LESLIE 31 Aug 1920 19 Oct 2006 (V) 06615 (Stratford, Fairfield, CT) (none specified) 044-24-8074 Connecticut

John C. Leslie
LESLIE John C. Leslie "Casey," age 86, of Stratford, passed away on Thursday, October 19, 2006 surrounded by his family at St. Joseph's Manor, Trumbull. Mr. Leslie, a retired toll collector for the State of Connecticut, was born in Glace Bay, N.S., Canada and had been a longtime area resident. He was a former milkman in the Stratford area for many years for Brock-Hall Dairy prior to working for the State. He was a member of St. James Council of the Knights of Columbus and the Baldwin Center and was a World War II veteran of the Canadian Army. Survivors include his beloved wife, Anna Wargo Leslie; his devoted son, John A. Leslie and his wife, Lynn; two cherished grandchildren, Johnathon and Kayla Ann, all of Shelton; two sisters, Patricia Kenhart of California and "Bubbles" Shuman of Windsor Locks; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will take place on Tuesday, October 24 at 9:45 a.m. in the Adzima Funeral Home, 50 Paradise Green Place, Stratford and at 10:30 a.m. in St. James Church for a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery, Stratford. Friends may call on Monday from 4 to 7 p.m. To make an online condolence please visit us at
Obituary published in the Connecticut Post from 10/22/2006 - 10/23/2006. 
Leslie, John Casey (I1553)
388 John Nicholson, age 36, married, son of Angus and Mary, Mabou, died at Mabou 16 April 1866 of consumption. Neil Nicholson making the return. (NS Civ. Reg. 1866 - Book: 1810 - Page: 6 - Number: 87) Nicholson, John (I1875)
389 John Peach, fisherman, of Port Morien married Ellen ANDREWS. Issue. They are buried in St. Paul Cemetery Port Morien. John: (14 Sep 1833-19 Nov 1924 tombstone) Death Certificate year 1924 - Book: 79 - Page: 994. (NOTE: John's death certificate, by son Abner, says John's parents are "John Peach and Betsy Wadden") Married, 15 April 1866, Sydney [aka Ellen ANDERSON] John Peach married Sarah Ellen Andrews 13 March 1866 according to St. George's parish records.

household 185 1871 Census of Canada p 52 Cow Bay Div 2
John Peech 36 fisherman no write
Sarah Peech 32 no write
Samuel Peech 4
Thomas Peech 2
Sarah Peech born July 1870

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
John PEACH M Male English 46 Nova Scotia Fisherman Episcopal
Ellen PEACH M Female English 42 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Abner PEACH Male English 14 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Thomas PEACH Male English 12 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Sarah PEACH Female English 10 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Henry PEACH Male English 8 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Charles PEACH Male English 7 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Frederick PEACH Male English 5 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Murray PEACH Male English 2 Nova Scotia Episcopal
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 5
Household Number 26

1891 Census of Canada Nova Scotia Cape Breton Cow Bay p. 16 hh 70
John Peach 57 head occupation farmer and fisherman
Ellen Peach 49 wife
Abram Peach 24 son fisherman
Thomas Peach 23 son fisherman
Sarah Peach 20 daughter
Henry Peach 18 son fisherman
Charley Peach 16 son fisherman
Fred Peach 12 son
Murry Peach 10 son

Accounts and papers of the House of Commons (Great Britain) p 336 (year 1878); also in Executive documents: ?th Congress, ? session, House of Representatives) (year 1878) p. 1771 [avail. full text on Google Books]
Re- Fishery Commission
John Peach, fisherman, Cow Bay, Cape Breton, fished from Cape North to Scaterie, and in Cow Bay; states "The Americans fish from three miles off-shore close up to the land for mackerel, and come in among us inshore and take the fist away from us." 
Peach, John (I2508)
390 JOHN W DALTON 09 Nov 1914 28 May 2006 (V) 02062 (Norwood, Norfolk, MA) (none specified) 031-07-9778 Massachusetts
Obituary published in the Boston Globe on 5/30/2006 page B6
Spouse: Helen M. O'Connell
Children were John W. Dalton, Robert E. Dalton, William T. Dalton, Gary J. Dalton, and Edward O'Connor.
"Late Member K of C #253 & DAV # 90. WWII Coast Guard & US Army Veteran" 
Dalton, John William (I1541)
391 Joseph Anthony Murrant, 24, fisherman, (fisherman Thos & Nancy) to Mary Ann WARREN, 22, (fish. James and Ethel) both South Head Cow Bay, at Cow Bay, C. of England, 14 Dec. 1875 by license. (N.S. Civ. Reg. Book: 1804 - Page: 111 - Number: 137)

1881 Census of Canada
Joseph MURNT Male English 30 Nova Scotia Church of England
Mary Ann MURNT Female English 27 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 81 Household Number 360

2nd cousin of his spouse

Joseph Murrant death cert, Cape Breton County Nova Scotia Registration Year: 1935 - Book: 162 - Page: 1359. Informant son John of Port Morien. 
Murrant, Joseph Anthony (I1911)
392 Joseph Currie Jr. married Jessie ROSS (and worked as a carpenter at Louisbourg, with issue)

Nova Scotia Civil Registration, Registration Year: 1938 - Book: 177 - Page: 585
Joseph Curry, age 84 yr. 6 mo., 27 days, (born Feb 2, 1854) coal trimmer, also shipping (35? years at occupation, last worked in 1929?) informant wife Jessie Currie of Louisbourg.

Archie Currie, miner/night watchman, death certificate: year 1921 - Book: 59 - Page: 599 (as Archie Curry) 
Currie, Joseph (I1801)
393 Joseph Jordan was farmer on the family homestead. He never married.

Baptism sponsors James and Mrs. James McHenry (Read parish registers, baptisms for 1907, no. 6 p. 51, FHL Film 2,032,032) 
Jordan, Joseph Vincent (I2110)
394 Karin had at least one child by Hennike Hansson, Holsten 1647-????, a riksdagsman, häradsdomare, bergsman in V. Djupkarra. Holsten married Ingeborg Andersdotter of [Aspbenning?] Norberg (ca. 1638-1698) with issue. Andersdotter, Karin (I1652)
395 Known as "Jere" ("Jerry") Bates, Jeremiah (I89)
396 Known as "Monty" Graham

Joseph Dunn 49 March 19, 1921 in detroit 1912- Southampton line 23 Aquitania home 7332 Whittaker Ave Detroit Mich 5'7'' fresh/brown/grey born Newcastle contact "brother sister" Mr. and Mrs. W. Noble 4 Charles Ave Whitley Bay. destination detroit michigan
Martha Dunn 34 in Detroit 1914/ 1920 5/6 fair/auburn/grey b. Redcar, England

1930 Federal Census of US, Roll 1031, pg 10B, ed 899
Martha M. Dunn 44, widow, $20,000 value of home, 225 Morley Court, Dearborn, immigrated 1914, naturalized. 
Graham, Martha Montague (I934)
397 known as "Norman Zollinger"
"he leaves behind his wife, Dr. Virginia Malone, and three children, Peter, Ann, Robin and sister Wendy"

writer of Western-themed novels.

According to "Contemporary Authors" Norman Zollinger served in the air force from 1942-1945, having previously attended Cornell University. He married Gerrie Harte on September 7, 1946 and was widowed in 1986. 
Zollinger, Albert Norman (I1380)
398 Known as "Peggy." One son, Albert Barberio.

Tinstman marriage Source Citation
New York State Department of Health; Albany, NY, USA; New York State Marriage Index

Source Information New York State, Marriage Index, 1881-1967 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2017.
Original data: New York State Marriage Index, New York State Department of Health, Albany, NY. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2015. Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007. 
Rothwell, Winifred (I828)
399 known as "Tillie" Kavanaugh, Matilda (I692)
400 Known as Matilda. 2nd cousin of her spouse.

Eliza Matilda Rudderham, 26, (James & Mt) married Alfred Joseph LEWIS (Wm & Mary) 27 farmer, both of NW Arm, at Coxheath 4 Dec. 1867 by license (C. of England)

1871 Census of Canada Balls Bridge div 2 p 51 household 162
Alfred Lewis 30 farmer and sailor
Matilda Lewis 28
Lucretia Lewis 2
Edwin Lewis born June 1870

1881 Census of Canada
Alfred LEWIS M Male English 39 Nova Scotia Church of England
Matilda LEWIS M Female English 38 Nova Scotia Church of England
Lucretta LEWIS Female English 12 Nova Scotia Church of England
Edmond LEWIS Male English 10 Nova Scotia Church of England
Frank LEWIS Male English 8 Nova Scotia Church of England
Alice LEWIS Female English 6 Nova Scotia Church of England
Vincent LEWIS Male English 5 Nova Scotia Church of England
Milton LEWIS Male English 2 Nova Scotia Church of England
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 21 Household Number 78

23 8 216 Lewis Alfred M Head M May 12 1840 60
23 9 216 Lewis Matilda F Wife M Dec 4 1840 60
23 10 216 Lewis Lucretia F Daughter S Jun 22 1868 32
23 11 216 Lewis Edwin M Son M May 14 1870 30
23 12 216 Lewis Francis M Son S Feb 15 1872 28
23 13 216 Lewis Vincent M Son S Feb 15 1876 25
23 14 216 Lewis Milton M Son S Jul 20 1879 21
23 15 216 Lewis Mary F Daughter M Sep 18 1880 20
23 16 216 Lewis Cecil F Daughter S Dec 4 1898 2 [sic]
Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Glace Bay, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:28
Subdistrict Number: m-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6447

42 495 Lewis Milton M Head S Jul 1880 30
43 495 Lewis Matilda F Mother W Dec 1841 69
44 495 Lewis Lucretia F Sister S Jun 1870 40
45 495 Lewis Vincent M Brother S Feb 1879 32
1911 / Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 27 Glace Bay Town / page 55

Died at home on Pitt Street, Glace Bay Cape Breton Co. As Mathilda Lewis. Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration Registration Year: 1925 - Book: 80 - Page: 920 . Informant: Son Frank Lewis of Glace Bay 
Rudderham, Eliza Matilda (I1892)

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