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451 married by license in the presence of David Rudderham, according to parish registers of St. George, Sydney (marriage #144) Family F751
 
452 married by license No. 3490. Family F874
 
453 married by license- Presbyterian Family F719
 
454 married by license. Family F236
 
455 Married by license. Family F483
 
456 married by license. Family F726
 
457 married by license. (St. Geo parish records) Family F237
 
458 married by license. Registration Year: 1873 - Book: 1804 - Page: 72 - Number: 59 Family F877
 
459 married by R.C. Priest F.B. Brogger Family F890
 
460 married dec 1840 Bellingham 25/287 (?) Cragie, Robert (I1333)
 
461 Married in Husby c. 1775 (according to note in household examination: both Johan and his younger brother Anders are noted as having been married. Both left Ivarshyttan permanently. Johan has the added note of having been married in Husby.) Jansson, Johan (I1090)
 
462 married Newcastle Reg Dist Mar Q 1850 25/315 Clarkson, James (I2001)
 
463 married October 2, 1698? Andersson, Lars (I1148)
 
464 married to his cousin at the Napanee Mission of St. Charles Borromeo church at Read. Dispensation for consanguinity granted for third to fourth degree (i.e. Cornelius Hunt is the second cousin of Honora Lynch; and she is his third cousin)

Anglesea Township deed book deed no 45 (FHL Film # 198,083)
registered 5 November 1875
dated 4 Nov 1875
Cornelius Hunt of Anglesea Twp yeoman and wife Honora to Daniel Hunt of Anglesea Twp
consideration $ 300
150 acres North 1/2 of Lot 5 and Lot 6 Con 6
Cornelius Hunt signs, Honora Hunt makes mark; witness Edward Kennelly, yeoman, of Kaladar Township (signs). Sworn and executed at Napanee.

Anglesea Township deed book deed no 46 (FHL Film # 198,083)
registered 5 Nov 1875
dated 4 Nov 1875
Daniel Hunt of Anglesea Twp yeoman and wife Bridget Hunt to Cornelius Hunt of Anglesea Twp yeoman
consideration $100
50 acres South 1/2 of Lot 5, Con 6
Daniel and Bridget Hunt sign; Edward Kennelly yeoman of Kaladar Twp signs, sworn and executed at Napanee.

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Cornelis HUNT M Male Irish --- Born: --- Ireland Farmer Catholic
Hannorah HUNT M Female Irish 49 Ireland Catholic
John HUNT Male Irish 25 Ontario Farmer Catholic
James HUNT Male Irish 23 Ontario Farmer Catholic
Margaret HUNT Female Irish 21 Ontario Catholic
Catharine HUNT Female Irish 19 Ontario Catholic (later spouse of William KENNY)
Cornelius HUNT Male Irish 17 Ontario Farmer Catholic (later spouse of Sophia ARMSTRONG)
Patrick HUNT Male Irish 15 Ontario School Catholic (later spouse of Annie MURPHY)
Daniel HUNT Male Irish 13 Ontario School Catholic
Timothy HUNT Male Irish 11 Ontario School Catholic (later spouse of Mary STEWART)
Mary A. HUNT Female Irish 8 Ontario School Catholic (later spouse of Lawrence KEEGAN)
Source Information
Census Place Kaladar & Anglesea, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district E
Page Number 23
Household Number 100

buried "age 80" in the presence of Jeremiah Kennelly, Timothy Hunt and others (Flinton parish registers, p. 339, FHL Film #1,298,803 
Hunt, Cornelius (I1591)
 
465 Married to Petter Svensson from Norbergs by ca October 6, 1754?, morgongava 600? Image # 2372.39.5200 (approx same day as sister Brita married?) Persdotter, Kierstin (I746)
 
466 married with issue.
See Winnipeg Free Press of 28 May 1955 (?) 
Hoey, William (I2419)
 
467 married with issue. Hoey, Archibald (I2420)
 
468 Mary (Casey) Leslie filed a delayed registration for the birth of her son Thomas Wilbert Leslie at Glace Bay, June 2 1930. Cert claims Mrs. Johanna Casey, midwife was present at his birth. (Bk. 1905, p. 70901146) Leslie, Thomas Wilbert (I1533)
 
469 Mary Ann Boutilier (1842-1928) died at Coxheath Dec. 30, 1928. Burial St. Mark's. (Mary Ann Andrews, N.S. Civ Reg. Registration Year: 1928 - Book: 118 - Page: 697). On 17 September 1864 she became the wife of her cousin, farmer George P. ANDREWS (son of farmer John George Andrews) of Coxheath (Marion Ann Boutilier to George P. Andrews, Registration Year: 1864 - Book: 1804 - Page: 2 - Number: 32). Issue. Boutilier, Mary Ann (I1822)
 
470 Mary Ann Peach born about 1840 of South Head married Arnold HOLMES (Wm & Caroline), Homeville, Baptist by Licence. Registration Year: 1868 - Book: 1804 - Page: 38 - Number: 140.(huh?) Married on 5 January 1870.

1871 Census of Canada Cow Bay div 2 p 39 household 145

1881 Census of Canada
Arnold HOLMES M Male English 33 Nova Scotia Farmer Baptist
Mary HOLMES M Female English 40 Nova Scotia Baptist
Emeline HOLMES Female English 9 Nova Scotia Baptist
Frank Cadwell HOLMES Male English 16 Nova Scotia Baptist
Mary MCDONALD Female Scottish 18 Nova Scotia Servant Presbyterian
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 74
Household Number 332

 
Peach, Mary Anne (I2509)
 
471 Mary Boutilier, died Nov. 23 1918, 532 Esplanade, Sydney, widow, born Marion Bridge C of England buried St. Mark's (NS Civ Reg, bk 30, p 21, no. 122)
Burial appears in Parish Records of St. George, Sydney as "Mary Boutilier, Sydney, November 25, 1918 age 80" burial 1244, p. 156

Sydney Daily Post - Monday, November 25, 1918 Page 5
SPECIAL NOTICES
Died - At 532 Esplanade on Saturday, November 23rd, Mary BOUTILIER, widow of the late J. George BOUTILIER of Sydney, in her 81st year. Funeral from her late residence, 532 Esplanade on Monday, Nov. 25th at 2 p.m., and to St. Mark's Church, Coxheath, where interment will take place. 
McLean, Mary Maria (I289)
 
472 Mary Ellen Kennelly, 25, of Barrie, married farmer Daniel Michael EVANS, 36, son of John and Jane Campbell Evans at Flinton, 25 January 1915. Witnesses John Kennelly of Cloyne and Francis Joyce of Railton. Ontario marriage registration certificate #008514. The marriage can also be found in the Flinton parish registers on p. 213 (FHL Film #2,032,030 item 1)

baptism sponsors Patrick Hunt and Mary Hunt (Erinsville parish registers for 1890, baptism no. 6 p. 21, FHL Film #1,298,806) Baptized at Flinton. 
Kennelly, Mary Ellen (I2190)
 
473 MARY JANE BELLWORTH was born March 16, 1854 at Main-à-Dieu and baptized May 18, 1854 at St. George's Sydney. Text of marriage entry, parish of St. George's records (Beaton Institute)
"Mary Jane Belwert of this parish married 17 January 1881 to George Archibald DIXON [DICKSON] of Catalone Gut witnesses John Henry Boutilier and Matilda Boutilier"
(the above marriage witnesses are two children of Jane (Bellworth) Boutilier, Mary Jane's aunt]

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
George DICKSON M Male English 29 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Mary Jane DICKSON M Female English 26 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Catalone, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district L
Page Number 10
Household Number 44

According to research files at Beaton Institute by Mrs. S.E. Filer of London Ontario, George Albert (not Archibald), son of Edward Dickson and Margaret Campbell, and his wife, Mary Jane Bellworth Dickson, had two children, Sadie "died young" and Aubrey, before George was widowed and remarried on 25 January 1894 to Ellen Maria Lavinia Spencer-daughter of Theophilis and Annie May Peters Spencer; George had four children with his second wife.

(NS Civ. death reg year 1925, Bk 80 pg 924) George Aubrey Dickson, accountant, born Dec. 12, 1894 of Moravia?? Street Glace Bay died single in Glace Bay Dec 17 1925. His father George Dickson filled out the certificate and claims that George Aubrey is the child of George Dickson and Ellen Spencer)

1891 Census Halifax City Ward 2a p. 13 hh 63
George DICKSON laborer age 39 b CB parents born CB, Scotland
Mary J DICKSON 37 b. CB parents born CB
Sadie DICKSON, 9

Mary J Dickson died at 5 Maple Street

1901 Census of Canada
5 39 48 Dixon George M Head M Nov 27 1850 50
5 40 48 Dixon Ellen F Wife M May 30 1858 42
5 41 48 Dixon Sadie F Daughter S Nov 9 1882 19 (child of Mary Jane Bellworth)
5 42 48 Dixon George M Son S Dec 12 1895 6
Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Morien, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: w
Archives Microfilm: T-6448

City of Halifax death registers: Mary J. Dickson, July 1891, line 13. NSARM website, http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/vitalstats/death/halifax/death.asp?ID=1027 
Bellworth, Mary Jane (I1730)
 
474 Mary Jane Rudderham, 23, (James & Margaret) married William Wallace LEWIS (James & Sarah), 24, farmer, both of Sydney NW Arm, on 9 January 1867 at Sydney NW Arm by license. Church of England. (NS Civ. Reg., Registration Year: 1867 - Book: 1804 - Page: 23 - Number: 52) Wallace and Mary Lewis appear on the 1901 Census of Canada District: NS CAPE BRETON (#28) Subdistrict:Ball Creek B Page 9 Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6447. The widowed Mary Lewis appears on the 1911 Census at #2 Balls Creek poll district, page 12.


1881 Census of Canada
Wallace LEWIS M Male English 38 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Mary J. LEWIS M Female English 36 Nova Scotia Church of England
William WILSON Male English 12 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 20 Household Number 75

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. As Mrs. Mary Lewis. CB Co., Registration Year: 1922 - Book: 60 - Page: 436 
Rudderham, Mary Jane (I1893)
 
475 Mary Jane, Mary Isabel, John Dan, Margaret Isabel

9 34 83 McQuarrie John M Head M Jul 7 1840 60
9 35 83 McQuarrie Effy F Wife M Aug 6 1860 40
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Port Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number:r-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6453 
MacQuarrie, John (I1749)
 
476 Mary Kennelly is erroneously called Mary Connelly on her marriage record. Family F34
 
477 Mary Lee and John Bellworth, Reg. Year 1817, bk 1800, pg 3958: Surieties John Bellworth Sydney Cape Breton mariner & George Innes of Halifax grocer & James Lee. Signed by all three men. Dated 2 July 1817. Family F44
 
478 MARY MACINNIS and DONALD CAMERON
"This Donald Cameron was descended from Lochiel, and had several of the earmarks of his renowned ancestor. He settled down on a farm in Judique and was an early immigrant to that district...issue: Duncan (died at age of 18 years), Angus, John, (two boys who died in infancy), Sarah, who was married to Donald MacDougall of Judique Intervale; Isabel, married to John MacDonald (Retland); Nancy, married to Stephen Gillis; Jane, married to Angus MacDonald; Flora married to Hugh MacKean; Jane married to Donald MacDonald, and Mary who died unmarried" HOIC page 214

Possibly
Holland's Description of Cape Breton
Appendix B
1818 Census Rolls Cape Breton Island
Transcribed by Roger Tobin
Inhabitants Balhache's Point to Grand Judique

Cameron, Donald 40 10 N. Britain N. Britain Farmer M 6

(A Donald Cameron, 34, native of Scotland, Judique, farmer, living on a 200 acre (purchased) with a wife and three daughters, appears on the ca. 1813 9th Division Cape Breton Militia roll (www.cbgha.org))

(this land is next to Donald Cameron's inlaws the McInnises)

Cape Breton Land Petition year 1812
Cameron, Donald
Petition to Nepean: Petitioner, age 34, a native of Scotland, has resided in Judique the past four years. He has a wife and two children. He received a lot four years before, but it was of such poor quality that he sold it for a trifle to a neighbour. He now asks a lot at Googooma on the Bras d'Or Lake. Note: complied with.
Cape Breton no.: 785
NSARM microfilm: 15791 
Cameron, Donald (I419)
 
479 MASON, Constance Haibeck Lethbridge Herald Index 2003-04-30 87

From Obituary Daily News search at Rootsweb:
MASON, Constance H (HAIBECK)[GALT]; 87; Littleton CO; PBP (FL); 2003-5-20
MASON, Constance (HAIBECK)[GALT]; 87; Littleton CO; Lethbridge H (AB); 2003-5-21

Constance Marie (Haibeck) Galt crossed into the US through Pidgeon River, Minnesota on June 16, 1940. She had married her husband John R. Galt, residing at 20 N. St. Albans, St. Paul, MN on June 16, 1940. She was 5'4'' with brown hair and hazel eyes. Her father, John Haibeck, was living at Chin, Alberta, where he was postmaster. Her last permanent address was 181 Colony Street Winnipeg Manitoba. She was a professional nurse at this time.

Obituary published in the Pioneer Press on 5/18/2003.
Obituary published in the The Palm Beach Post on 5/20/2003.

Constance H. Mason
Mason, Constance H. - March 29, 1916 - April 30, 2003 Of Littleton, CO Formerly of St. Paul and Atlantis, FL, died April 30. Preceded in death by husbands John R. Galt and Stanier E. Mason, sons Thomas R. Galt and James M. Galt, and brother Todd Haibeck. Survived by brother Gervais Haibeck, daughter Elizabeth Veselka (George), daughter-in-law Judith Galt and grandchildren Julie Conley (William), Gregory Veselka and James and John Galt. Memorial service Tuesday, May 20, 2:30 p.m. at ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH, 901 Portland Ave., St. Paul. Memorials preferred to the donor's choice or St. Clement's Church.
Published in the Pioneer Press on 5/18/2003.

Lethbridge Herald Feb. 21, 1939, p 8
"Constance Haibeck, Local Nurse, Is Appointed Airline Hostess" (with picture)
"Successful in receiving the appointment of stewardess with the Trans-Canada Airlines, Miss Constance Haibeck, R.N., attractive 23-year-old nurse of Lethbridge, daughter of Mr. J. Haibeck of Chin, will leave the city to commence her probationary period at Winnipeg, March 3. Miss Haibeck was born in Lethbridge in 1916. She attended public school at Chin and high school at Coaldale and entered Galt hospital training school for nurses in 1935 graduating in 1938 winning the general proficiency medal. At the completion of her course she took special laboratory training at Galt hospital. Dark and attractive, Miss Haibeck is five feet four inches in height and weighs 113 pounds. She is anticipating her new venture with enthusiasm. Her first interview regarding the appointment was made with the chief airline stewardess last November in Winnipeg and she was again interviewed in Winnipeg this month by Mr. D.B. Colyer, assistant to the vice-president of the T.C.A. At present Miss Haibeck is specialing a private duty case at St. Michael's hospital. FRIENDS DELIGHTED, Chin Feb. 21-Selection of Miss Constance Haibeck, R.N., of Chin and Lethbridge, as a stewardess on Trans-Canada Airlines service brought general delight among her many friends in the Chin district. She is being showered with congratulations as scores of applications were received for these positions. Miss Haibeck was one of nine girls from western cities who recently flew from Kenyon Field to Winnipeg to take examinations for airline posts when the new passenger service is started March 1. It was Miss Haibeck's first flight but she found it delightful, the plane flying at an altitude of 10,000 feet and making the hop to Winnipeg in about five hours." 
Haibeck, Constance Marie (I170)
 
480 MATILDA ANNE "ANNIE" BELLWORTH was born at Main-à-Dieu February 27, 1852 and was baptized February 29, 1852 at St. George's Sydney. Known as Annie, she was married 27 March 1880 in Halifax, Nova Scotia by license to groom William HOOPER, an Englishman, [Nova Scotia civil registration, 1880 - Book: 1817 - Page: 43 - Number: 82] following the birth of a child, Clara (aka Eliza) Bellworth, out of wedlock in 1877 (reg yr 1877/bk 1811/p. 229/no. 18520). Annie died February 8, 1892 resident at 97 Jubilee Road Halifax of phthisis and was buried at Camp Hill cemetery February 9.

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Will HOOPER M Male English 31 England Coachman Church of England
Ann HOOPER M Female English 29 Nova Scotia Church of England
--- HOOPER Female English --- Born: Mar; 0/12 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 1
Page Number 6
Household Number 30


1891 Census of Canada Halifax City ward 2C p.32
wood house 1.5 stories 4 rooms
William HOOPER 41 gardener religion Church of England born England, parents born England r/w
Annie HOOPER 39 r/w
Emma HOOPER 10 born NS r/w
Herbert HOOPER 8 r/w
Elizabeth HOOPER 6
Sydney HOOPER 4
Daisey BARKER, 4 niece

There is a delayed Nova Scotia birth registration for "Emmia Grace Hooper (Ward)", born March 30, 1881 at Halifax to Coachman Wm Hooper and Matilda Ann Belworth, Margaret Belworth acting as midwife, filed by Mrs. Isabell Gudgeon resident at Toronto on 7 June 1927 (Ref: Book: 1904 - Page: 69000947)

Son Sydney Hooper (1887-????) was living with his grandmother on 1901 Census (see notes for Margaret Elizabeth Lewis for transcription)

Son Herbert J. Hooper married Mary E. Hiltz in Boston on 23 October 1906. 
Bellworth, Matilda Anne (I1729)
 
481 Michigan-born father, Mass. born mother according to 1930 census:
Ed#82-772, SD#22 Sheet # 1A, ward 21 & part of ward 22, block 2012, roll 1062. Address 1665 Lemay Avenue.

PARENT, Raymond E. 31 married at 27 steam fitter tire plant unemployed WWI veteran
PARENT, Margaret M. 29 married at 25 imm. 1924
PARENT Patricia M. 3 6/12
FLYNN, Lillian M. sister in law 30 private secretary retail grocery immigrated 1926 alien
FLYNN, Patricia sister in law 19 practical nurse dental office imm. 1928 alien
DOCK, Henry roomer machinist tool & die comp.

Ray Parent, 28, of Detroit Michigan, born Michigan, steamfitter, married Margaret Flynn Nov 12 1925 by HP Fedewa Catholic Priest witnesses Edward Girard and A Girard of Detroit 
Parent, Raymond (I122)
 
482 Modesto Bee, The (CA) - April 26, 1997

Deceased Name DAVID DUNFORD, ATTORNEY, DIES AT 70

David Dunford, a Modesto attorney for more than 40 years, has died here. He was 70.

In Stanislaus County, he served in the county counsel's office from 1954 until 1966, with a brief stint in the district attorney's office in 1957.

He once told a reporter that he decided to become an attorney at the age of 11, when he accompanied his father, a water district superintendent, to the district counsel's office in San Francisco. "The office had thick carpets like I had never seen, and the windows overlooked the Bay. I decided then I wanted to be a lawyer. It was the wrong reason, but the right choice."

After his county service, he went into a legal partnership with Robert Elledge in 1966 and in 1985 formed the firm of Dunford, Grisez and Orestein. Born and raised in San Jose, he served with the U.S. Army's 10th Infantry in the European Theater from 1944 to 1946 and earned several decorations, including the Bronze Star.

He received his bachelor of arts degree from the University of California at Berkeley and his law degree from Harvard Law School.

Two of his five children, David and Phillips, III, preceded him in death. Survivors include sons William of Colorado and James of Oakland; daughter Dorothy Howard of Poway; brother Dr. Phillips Dunford Jr. of Bakersfield; and sister Marie York of La Jolla.

A memorial service was held at the Chapel of the Chimes for Mr. Dunford, who died Jan. 15. Burial of his cremated remains is pending at a veterans' cemetery. Memorial donations may be sent to the American Diabetes Association, 1524 McHenry Ave., Modesto 95350.

Modesto Bee, The (CA)
Date April 26, 1997
Edition All
Page 2
Copyright (c) 1997 The Modesto Bee

note died in Berkeley?? 
Dunford, David George (I790)
 
483 More complete information can be found on this family at:
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wsnicholson&id=I 0009

The family is listed in HOIC on page 614: "Angus Nicholson (John Patrick) a native of the Isle of Barra, was an early pioneer at Cape Mabou. His wife's name was Mary MacDonald. They had seven sons, Roderick, Neil, George,Michael, Hector, John and Neil (Junior) and several daughters. Roderick and Neil were stone cutters, George a ship-wright and Michael a carpenter. Roderick's son, Colin (Sergeant Major) served overseas during the Great War. Angus Nicholson had a brother, who settled at Boisdale, C.B. Rev. P.J. Nicholson, M.A., Ph.D., of St. F.X. College, Antigonish is a grandson of this brother."

1871 Census of Canada:
household 91 Mabou dist 1 p 32
Angus Nicholson 80 Scotland Catholic farmer no read no write married
Mary Nicholson 66 Scotland no read no write
Hector Nicholson 36 Nova Scotia farmer no read no write
Cristie Nicholson 40 Nova Scotia no read no write
Rory Nicholson 30 Nova Scotia carpenter
Michael Nicholson 27 Nova Scotia carpenter no read no write
Neill Nicholson 23 Nova Scotia farmer
Jessie Nicholson 20 Nova Scotia no read no write

Angus Nicholson, Inverness County, Nova Scotia Civil Registration Death Certificate, reg yr 1874, bk 1810, p 100 no. 49 "married, age 83, born Scotland, d. Mabou, informant M. Nicholson of Mabou"

 
Nicholson, Angus (I321)
 
484 MP p. 419
"Allan MacDonald, "Ailean Mac Iain Oig" was married and had a family. We have knowledge of only one son: 1) Eoin. Eoin MacDonald married Sara Walker, daughter of "Old" John Walker of West Lake Ainslie, with issue 1) Donald, 2) Donald Jr, 3) Allan, 4) John 5) Flora 6) Mary, and 7) Catherine. See page 865. He died in 1885 at the age of 70 years.


????
1881 Census of Canada
Allan MCDONALD W Male Scottish 64 Scotland Farmer Catholic
Angus MCDONALD M Male Scottish 29 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Mary MCDONALD M Female Scottish 22 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catharine MCDONALD Female Scottish 29 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catharine MCDONALD Female Scottish 4 Nova Scotia Catholic
Rory MCDONALD Male Scottish 3 Nova Scotia Catholic
Allan MCDONALD Male Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Catholic
Source Information:
Census Place Mabou, Inverness, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375801
NA Film Number C-13165
District 4
Sub-district H
Division 1
Page Number 5
Household Number 20 
MacDonald, Allan (I268)
 
485 MP p. 426-429
"see pg. 440"
Issue:
Neil =Sara MacNEIL, d. of Alex'r, Sergeant. Issue "see pg 770"
Malcolm = Unknown CANTWELL; customs collector at Port Hawkesbury. His son Finlay was mayor of Sydney and an MP for Cape Breton South district.
Janet = first spouse of Alexander BEATON 'Alasdair MacDhomhnuill Pheutan" p. 97
Roderick= Jane MacEACHEN (d. of Iain Mac Phadruig of Glendale) issue. MacDougall p. 239
Anne = Alexander MacMILLAN (s. of pioneer Hugh of Port Hastings) issue. MacDougall, p. 147
Mary


???
1826
McDougald, John and others.
Petition to Kempt: Petitioners are natives of Scotland. John McDougald is 54 years old, is married and has eight children. A native of North Morra, he arrived in this province in August. He asks lot 19, N.w. side of the S.W. Branch of the Marguerite. Allan McQuarry, age 32, is married, and has two children. He asks 100 acres on which he resides and the adjoining 100 acres in the Hugh Skinner's lot, Strait of Canso. Hugh McInnes is 27 years old, single. He asks 100 acres in the rear of the northern half of lot 55, Low Point, St. George's Bay. Finlay McDonald, age 55, is married and has nine children, asks lot 3, south side of Mabou, which he has occupied for eighteen years. Archibald McDonald is 50 years old, is married and has four children. He asks a lot on the S.W. Branch of Mabou which was formerly leased to John Morrison from whom it was purchased by John Larraby with whom petitioner exchanged lots. Plan. Approved. John McDougald, Allan X McQuarry, Hugh McInnes, Finlay X McDonald, and Archibald McDonald (by Finlay X McDonald).

Cape Breton no.: 3131
NSARM microfilm: 15799





 
MacDonald, Finlay (I531)
 
486 MTDNA T2b (FamilyTreeDNA)

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Joseph YOUNG M Male English 43 Quebec Laborer Weslyan Methodist
Filinda A. YOUNG M Female Scottish 40 Ontario Weslyan Methodist
Ellen KENNELLY W Female Irish 58 Ireland Farm Owner C Church
Jerimah KENNELLY Male Irish 28 Ontario Farmer C Church
Edward KENNELLY Male Irish 26 Ontario Farmer C Church
Ellen KENNELLY Female Irish 24 Ontario C Church
William H. KENNELLY Male Irish 22 Ontario Farmer C Church
Eliza KENNELLY Female Irish 19 Ontario C Church
Source Information
Census Place Kaladar & Anglesea, Addington, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375872
NA Film Number C-13236
District 118
Sub-district E
Page Number 8
Household Number 37 
Mulvihill, Ellen (I502)
 
487 MYRA D HARP 28 Aug 1923 07 Jul 2000 (V) 95352 (Modesto, Stanislaus, CA) (none specified) 549-22-6546 California

Myra Delight Harp (native of Bristow, Oklahoma) 
Harp, Myra (I1623)
 
488 name of spouse not known

"Donald MacDonald, "Domhnull Mac Iain Oig," lived on the North Side of Mabou Harbour towards MacDonald's Glen. He was married but had no family." MP p. 422 
MacDonald, Donald (I514)
 
489 name possibly Kerstin? Persdotter, Undetermined (I1708)
 
490 native of Onsjoe, Norberg? died 1695 in Sundbo? Olsson, Matts (I1209)
 
491 naturalization petition #165178 2/24/1942 (Detroit, Wayne, Michigan)

Ancestry.com Border Crossings Canada/US collection- Adrian Joseph Oster of Stratton, laborer, arrived at International Falls Mar 30 1927 to seek work. He had been in International Falls and Baudette various times in August 1926. Contact father John Joseph Oster of Stratton. He had scars on the back of his right hand and right knee cap. Height 5' 7.5'' med. complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. 
Oster, Adrian Joseph Ludger (I2201)
 
492 never married Craig, Elizabeth (I411)
 
493 never married MacDonald, Robert (I1770)
 
494 never married Sutherland, Margaret (I1935)
 
495 never married Cameron, Mary (I1986)
 
496 never married.

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. Dan Almon Andrews. C.B. Co. 1946. Book: 1946 - Page: 1424 . Informant brother Uriah Andrews 
Andrews, John Almon (I2432)
 
497 never married. MacDonald, Catherine (I449)
 
498 never married. Persdotter, Anna (I1189)
 
499 never married. MacInnis, Angus (I1674)
 
500 never married. MacInnis, Alex (I1676)
 

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