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401 Known as Peggy.

BOUTILIER, Margaret "Peggy"- passed away, peacefully, at St. Mary's General Hospital, on Saturday, October 27, 2001, in her 86th year. Margaret was predeceased by her husband Peter in 1996. Loving mother of Joan Mc Intyre of Waterloo, Tom and his wife Betty of Kitchener, Cecilia Filipitsch of Kitchener, Reg of Waterloo, Helen and her husband Barry Walters of Waterloo and Margaret Martin of Waterloo. Proud and loving grandmother of 19 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren; also survived by her many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her two sons, Kevin and Peter; son in law John McIntyre and three brothers and seven sisters. Margaret was the last surviving member of her family. Margaret was a devote (sic) and faithful member of St. Michael's RC Church in Waterloo. Along with other involvement (sic), Peggy was a longstanding member of the Church's CWL. Mrs. Boutilier's family will receive friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, 171 Kings St. S. Waterloo this evening (Monday) from 7-9 p.m. and on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A morning prayer service will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2001 at 9:45 a.m. followed by the Mass of Christian Burial at S. Michael's RC Church in Waterloo at 10:30 a.m. with her nephew, Rev. Reg Currie as celebrant. Internment to follow in Parkview Cemetery, Waterloo. Following the graveside service friends are invited to join the family in St. Michael's Parish Hall for a time of fellowship, refreshments and remembering. The Parish Prayer Service will be held at the funeral home Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. In Margaret's memory, donations may be made to the Carmel of St. Joseph or to St. Mary's Hospital" The Record (Kitchener, Ontario) Oct 9 2001 p B7
(Note: Margaret's nephew, Rev. Reg Currie, who performed the funeral mass, is the son of the late Michael and Mary (Finnell) Currie] 
Finnell, Margaret (I78)
DATE OF DEATH 06/07/1916
AGE 24 days
Manitoba Vital Statistics 
Hoy, Caroline Viola (I2398)
403 Loyalist family

Sheppard, Joel
Petitions for land in the Mira district near the Black Brook.
Cape Breton no.: 20c
NSARM microfilm: 15788

Sheppard, Joel
Petition to Nepean Petitioner asks a lot on the southern head of Cow Bay. Note complied with for 200 acres.
Cape Breton no. 444
NSARM microfilm 15789 
Shepherd, Joel (I2638)
Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Lynette Vien, late of Regina, Sask., passed away peacefully Wednesday, July 23, 2003 at the age of 78.
She was predeceased by her parents, Jack and Matilda Craigen; her first husband and father to their children, Carl Kistner; her second husband, Joe Vien; her special pet, Dudley; and sisters, Marguerite Grinsell, Mary Callaghan, Evelyn Poirier, Geraldine Berglund, Irene McKay, Stella Craigen, and Adeleen Craigen. Lynette is lovingly remebered by her children, Carolyn (Garth) Chatterson of Regina, Sask., Lynn Kistner of Creston, B.C., and Laurine (Helmut) Schuster of Winnipeg, Man. She also is lovingly remembered by her grandchildren, Mandy, Angela, and Alissa Chatterson, Carl Kistner and Betsy Kistner (Daryl Fedorwich), and Helmut Schuster Jr. and Peter (Janette) Schuster; great-grandchildren, Matty, Frankie, Kelsey, Justin, Brett, Maia, Sophie, and Ethan; sisters, Elaine Broomfield and Gen Gudmundson; and dear cousin, Lenore Gustafson. Lynette resided in Fort Frances prior to moving to Regina. She spent much of her time with her family. She enjoyed visiting and everyone was always welcomed in her kitchen.She will be missed very much by her family.A memorial service was held Monday, July 28, 2003 at the Regina Funeral Home, with Rev. Sathyadas Antony officiating. In lieu of flowers, in memoriam donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan or the Regina Humane Society. Published in Fort Frances Times Online, July 23, Volume 2003 
Craigen, Lynette Anna May (I2216)
405 Mabou Pioneers, p. 414 ('MacDonalds, Barra'): " Dougald MacDonald, according to the family tradition, was married to Mary Bonney, "Mairi nic Craighidh" a woman of French descent. He had a son Finlay, whose son, John, was the father of John "Iain Og," the common ancestor of these people of Inverness County. " MacDonald, Dougald (I807)
406 Margaret Donohoe was born about 1854-no further information Donohue, Margaret (I2116)
407 MARIA BELLWORTH (born around 1862) married Charles ANGROVE of Falmouth, England on 28 September 1882 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She died of phthisis 25 August 1894 resident at 5 Maple Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia and was buried in Camp Hill Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia on the 27th of the same month.

Maria's daughter Mary Ann Angrove was married to electrician William Charles Mann 28 November 1906 in Halifax, (Bk 1820, pg 197, no. 578) but died 12 May 1909 in Halifax, burial Camp Hill Cemetery). See notes for Isabella Bellworth Gudgeon for more on Maria's son, Clark Angrove.

1891 Census of Canada Halifax Ward 2C p 31
Charles ANGROVE, 41, born England parents born England; Wesleyan, occ. grocery teamster
Maria ANGROVE 28
Earnest ANGROVE 1
1.5 story wood house, four rooms

Muriel Emma Prince and Ernest Charles Angove married 1921 in Cape Breton County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1921 - Book: 26 - Page: 893
Charles Ernest Angove, 29, Methodist born Halifax bachelor residing New Aberdeen CB Railway Marker
Muriel Prince 28, spinster, Presbyterian, native of Mt. Uniacke, NS. res Glace Bay Daughter of HA Prince of Truro NS and Mary A. Glencross
Witnesses Marjorie Prince of Glace Bay and George Dickson of New Aberdeen
married by AM MacLeod (Presbyterian, Glace Bay) 25 April 1921 
Bellworth, Maria (I1734)
408 Maria Jane WADDEN, 23, spinster, Cow Bay, fisherman Benjamin and Jane, married Thomas WILCOX, 21, bachelor, fisherman, Loran, fisherman Thomas and Ruth, at Loran, Church of England, 15th Nov. 1875. (NS Civ Reg Book: 1804 - Page: 112 - Number: 154)
This is probably the Maria Wadden, 25, who had been living with her uncle Thomas Peach (1871 census) [See notes page for Thomas Peach]
Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Thomas WILCOX M Male English 26 Nova Scotia Miner Church of England
Mariah Jane WILCOX M Female English 31 Nova Scotia Church of England
Adah Grace WILCOX Female English <1 Born: Jun; 10/12 Nova Scotia Church of England [sic]
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 33 Household Number 149

1891 Census of Canada, NS, CB Co., Bridgeport page 2, household 10
Thomas Wilcox 36 occupation s. engine fireman (father born NS, mother England)
Maria J. Wilcox 44
Ada Wilcox 11
Margaret L. Wilcox 4

3 41 26 Wilcox Thomas M Head M 1858 42
3 42 26 Wilcox Maria F Wife M Mar 15 1840 60
3 43 26 Wilcox Ada F Daughter S Jun 27 1879 21
3 44 26 Wilcox Loretta F Daughter S Jul 15 1884 16
3 45 26 Wilcox John M Son S Jun 15 1895 5 [sic]
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Bridgeport, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: f-1
Archives Microfilm: T-6447 
Wadden, Maria Jane (I2504)
409 marriage #95; as "George Philip Andress and Mary Anne Boutilier" marriage date looks like 7 September 1864 in the parish register Family F709
410 Marriage bann, August 25, 1865, R. Bjorkman, Malare Gesellen (painter), and C. J. Landberg, Workmastarin (foreman). Family F27
411 marriage banns: August 20, 1832 Family F715
412 marriage bond between James Lee and Mary Ann Hall, 29 July 1817 Registration Year: 1817 book 1800 pg 3972. Sureties: "James Lee and John Bellworth of Sydney Cape Breton, mariners, and George Innes of Halifax, Grocer." Family F94
413 Marriage bond for Mary Catherine Bouteillier and David Bouteillier dated 11 November 1797, John Bouteillier signs. (Registration year 1797 book 1700, pg. 1315) Family F86
414 Marriage bond November 2, 1834 Family F151
415 Marriage Certificate #006453 Family F806
416 Marriage certificate claims both bride and groom are residents of Woodridge New Jersey. It also claims that Caroline is "18 years and 23 days old" (this birthdate is probably off by one year) Family F196
417 Marriage license year 1800, bk 1800, pg 1594. John Lee, bachelor, of Sydney, to Jane Hall, widow. Dated 18 Oct 1800 and signed by John Lee and John Campbell (note: filed under Halifax County) Family F768
418 Marriage may have taken place on 17 October 1775 Family F227
419 marriage record claims she is the 2nd oldest daughter of Neil McDonald.

Nov. 16, 1824. I married this 16th day of November, Angus Nicholson, to Mary MacDonald second daughter of the late Neil MacDonald, innkeeper, Kilbar, at Giarrimore before witnesses. (Rev. Angus MacDonald) 
Family F140
420 marriage record notes Marie as "of Belverne" surname also spelled "Obert" Aubert, Marie (I336)
421 Marriage record, on October 5, 1881, (St. George, Sydney) George Henry Boutilier, age 28, bachelor, Coxheath, married Louisa Ann Andrews, 22, Coxheath spinster. Matilda Boutilier and Jacob Andrews, witnesses. Parents: he: John & Eliza, she: John and Catherine.
Louise Ann Andrews Boutilier, widow, died in 1941, 691 Kings Road, Sydney. Born June 10, 1859; Died September 22, 1941, daughter of John and Catherine Andrews of Coxheath. Buried, Hardwood Hill Cemetery, September 24, 1941. Informant, same as for Alfred Boutilier in 1938, daughter Mrs. Black. Registration Year 1941 - Book 198 - Page 782

1900 Census of US
2405 West 7th Street Duluth, St. Louis, Minnesota
Boutelier, George H. July 1853 m. 19 imm. 1881 (pa) carpenter 4 mos. unemployed owns house
Boutelier, Louisa June 1859 m. 19 8 children, 8 living imm. 1881
Boutelier, Henry J. Mar 1882 (all children born in Minn.) waiter (steamer)
Boutelier, Emma J. Feb 1884
Boutelier, Henrietta Dec 1886
Boutelier, John J. Nov 1888
Boutelier, Rose E. July 1890
Boutelier, Thomas H. July 1890
Boutelier, Susan E. Apr 1894
Boutelier, George M. Apr 1898
ED 285 p 18A hh 284 Film 1240790

Bouttilier George M Head M Jul 18 1854 47
Bouttilier Lewisa F Wife M Jul 10 1859 42
Bouttilier Henery M Son S Mar 10 1883 18
Bouttilier Emma J. F Daughter S Feb 10 1885 16
Bouttilier Etta F Daughter S Dec 28 1886 14
Bouttilier John M Son S Nov 19 1888 12
Bouttilier Rosie F Daughter S Jul 1 1891 10
Bouttilier Susan F Daughter S May 10 1893 7
Bouttilier George M. M Son S Apr 13 1897 3
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Sydney (Town/Ville), CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: z-4
Archives Microfilm: T-6448

She was the 2nd cousin once removed of both of her husbands.

Murray Boutilier, electrician, signed an attestation paper at Sydney (5 October 1915) (next of kin father Alfred Boutilier)
Regimental number(s): 478627 Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 941 - 37. He was 5'3'' tall, with brown eyes and brown hair, with a scar on the right side of his nose.
George Murray Boutilier of Kings Road, Sydney, died of influenza Nov 4, 1918. (bk. 30 p. 27 no 158)

BOUTILER EMMA JANE 02/10/1885 cert 8013 DBR
(St Louis County Minn. birth records) 
Andrews, Louisa Anne (I315)
422 marriage witnesses James Neile and Ellen Dunn Family F40
423 Marriages Dec 1897
Tate Margaret Newcastle T. 10b 219
Kennedy Daniel Cameron Newcastle T. 10b219

The name "Donald" in Scotland is interchangable with its Anglicization/Homonym "Daniel"
Donald Kennedy was a widower when he married Margaret Tate 
Family F508
424 Marriages Dec 1906
WIGG John William Newcastle T. 10b 64 
Wigg, John William (I1420)
425 Marriages Dec 1919
Craigie Archie Rowe Newcastle T. 10b 129
Rowe Mary E Craigie Newcastle T.. 10b 129

"Mauretania" arriving July 14, 1922 from Southampton to New York Roll T715_3142 pg 58 line 4
Archie Cragie 36 years 10 months builder; married; wife Mary Cragie Tamworth Road, NOT; going to brother Ernest Cragie at 171 Woodmere, Detroit. Planning to stay for 6 months; born Newcastle; 5'8'' fair/fair/blue

Sep 1920 Cragie Emily R Newcastle T. 10b 179
Births Sep 1929 Cragie Robert A Newcastle T. 10b 102 
Cragie, Archie (I1418)
426 Marriages Jun 1887 Sunderland 10a 735

Deaths Jun 1908 PRIOR Robert Arthur 46 Sunderland 10a 336
Marriages Mar 1918 Prior Isabella Thomas Thompson Easington 10a 722 
Prior, Robert (I2785)
427 Marriages Jun 1899 Carr Thomasina Newcastle T 10b 71 Wells George Newcastle T. 10b 71 Family F491
428 Marriages Mar 1839
BIRD William Sunderland 24 199
DIXON Margret Sunderland 24 199

1871 Census Merrington Lane, Bishop Auckland, Auckland, ED 30, RG10, Piece 4931, folio 43, p. 46
William Bird head 54 Jarrow Dur engine smith
Margaret Bird wife 50 Westrainton Dur
William J. Bird son 16 York Yorkshire apprentice engine smith
Thomas Bird son 14 --- apprentice engine smith
Mary D. Bird daughter 12 Witton Park schoolar (sic)
Joseph Longstaff grandson 1 
Bird, William (I1335)
429 Marriages, Durham District - Record Number: 305337.1
Location: Pittington
Church: St. Lawrence
Religion: Anglican
8 Apr 1861 Walker Tate (widower, miner), age 39, of Elemore Vale, son of Simon Tate (miner) married Isabell Gent (widow), age 33, of Elemore Vale, daughter of Joseph Fothergill (miner) 
Family F1081
430 Marriages, Houghton-le-Spring District - Record Number: 338390.1
Location: Penshaw
Church: All Saints
Religion: Anglican
17 May 1763 Thomas Potter, of this chapelry married Mary Bell, of this chapelry, banns 
Family F1075
431 Marriages, Houghton-le-Spring District - Record Number: 338456.1
Location: Penshaw
Church: All Saints
Religion: Anglican
16 Mar 1767 Lancelot Tate, of this Chapelry married Jane Pearson, of this Chapelry
Witnesses: Thomas Humble, Robert Bailey 
Family F1044
432 Marriages, June 1893 Newcastle 10b244

Perhaps she is the Jane A. W. Clarkson who married George Bilton Mar Q 1923 Hull Dist 9d 429 ??

Births Jun 1866 WELLS Jane A Newcastle T 10b24 
Wells, Jane Ann (I1307)
433 married "in the presence of Mr? Florian" (probably Michael Florian)

Possibly a child of the Mr. Florian who was present at this marriage:

1881 Census of Canada
Charles FLORIAN M Male German 61 USA Master Mariner Church of England
Maryann FLORIAN M Female Irish 53 USA
Michael FLORIAN Male German 35 USA Master Mariner Church of England
James FLORIAN M Male German 29 USA Seaman Church of England
John FLORIEN Male German 26 USA Master Mariner Church of England
Annie E. FLORIAN Female German 22 USA 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 1
Page Number 22
Household Number 100

Elizabeth Jane Madore Florian, born 1875 in Sydney, Cape Breton County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1875 - Book: 1803 - Page: 271 - Number: 615 
Family F970
434 married 14 June 1815 at Houghton le Spring to Ralph Davison? Tate, Jane (I2742)
435 Married at Ipswich, Edmunds County, by the justice of the peace on January 1, 1923: Alban Butler, res. Faulkton, Faulk, age 36, American, bachelor, and Florence Reed, res. Faulkton, Faulk, age 18, American, maiden.
(South Dakota State Board of Health, Div. Vital Statistics, Record of Marriage reg. no. 1459; certificate #91199) 
Family F190
436 married by banns Family F58
437 married by banns Family F74
438 married by banns Family F752
439 married by banns (St. Geo. parish recs.) Family F167
440 married by banns. Family F166
441 married by banns. Family F238
442 married by banns. Family F546
443 married by banns. Family F629
444 married by banns. Family F1028
445 married by banns. The day of marriage is not indicated on the marriage record (St. George, Sydney) Family F72
446 married by Charles Martell. married by license. Family F657
447 Married by license Family F68
448 married by license Family F684
449 married by license (license dated Sept 2, 1804) Family F964
450 married by license (St. Geo parish recs) Family F750

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