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51 18 Feb 1832 Ralph Potter married Mary Naisbett at Penshaw

1841 Census
Pottar, Ralph [sic]
HOUGHTON LE SPRING, Durham (Shiney Row, Penshaw)
HO107 piece 312 folio 19/23 page 9
Ralph Potter 32 coal miner
Mary Potter 30
Jane Potter 6
Isabella Potter 4
William Potter 1
all born in Durham

1851 Census
dist 5b Shiney Row Penshaw hh 134 HO107 piece 2393 folio 89 pg 33 GSU Roll 87071
Ralph Potter 42 miner born South Biddick
Mary Potter 40 born Washington
Isabella Potter 14 born Penshaw (all children are born Penshaw)
William Potter 11 miner
Ann Potter 8 scholar
James Potter 6 scholar
Ralph Potter 3
Mary Potter 11 m

1861 Census: Shiney Row Painshaw Houghton Le Spring
RG09 piece 3754 folio 12 page 18 hh 98
Ralph Potter 52 born Biddick Durham coal miner
Mary Potter 50 born Durham Portabella
Isabella Potter 24 general servant (all children born Shiney Row)
William Potter 21 coal miner
Ann Potter 18
James Potter 16 mason
Ralph Potter Jr 13 coal miner
Mary Potter 10 scholar
Isabella Cowper niece 2 born Spennymoor, Durham

1871 Census
HOUGHTON LE SPRING, Durham Shiney Row Penshaw
RG10 piece 4981 folio 41 page 8 household 39
Ralph Potter 62 coal miner born Penshaw
Mary Potter 60 born ditto
Ralph Potter 23 engine driver
Mary Potter 20 dressmaker
Isabella Naisbet mother in law widow 84 born Gateshead

1881 Census
Ralph POTTER Head M Male 72 So Biddick, Durham, England Coal Miner (Retired)
Mary POTTER Wife M Female 70 Black Fell, Durham, England
Dwelling 167 Chapel Row
Census Place Penshaw, Durham, England
Family History Library Film 1342196
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4973 / 143
Page Number 20

Deaths Dec 1887 Potter Ralph 79 Houghton 10a 248 
Potter, Ralph (I2768)
 
52 1818
Gruntmire (Grundmire), John Christian
Petition to Ainslie: Petitioner, a native of Hesse, Germany, was in H.M. Service eight years. He is married and has five children. He asks a lot which he purchased from John Rundle who held it by Licence of Occupation. He asks also an adjoining lot of six chains which was occupied by Minor Bear, who died in petitioner's house without any relatives, and whose expenses petitioner paid. Note: recommended for a grant.
Cape Breton no.: 1926
NSARM microfilm: 15795

1813
Gruntmuire, Christian
Petition to Nepean, 1809: Petitioner was a soldier in Gen. Lasbag's Regiment of Hessians, served during the Revolution, was disbanded in 1783, and came to Cape Breton in 1785, and has since lived upon the one lot, but has no title. Adjoining land was willed to him by Mineard Beard, and he purchased another lot from John Rundle, Sr. He asks a title to the whole, in all under 500 acres. Petition of 1813: Petitioner was born in Germany, has lived in Cape Breton 29 years. He asks a title to land located to him by Gov. DesBarres. He lodged fees which have never been accounted for. Report of Crawley to Smyth: Lot 16, 180 acres, on the south side of the north-west branch of Sydney River. Plan.

Cape Breton no.: 920
NSARM microfilm: 15791

Andrew Grantmyer's burial is # 927, p. 116. "age 82" of St. George parish recs. 
Grantmyer, Andrew (I1909)
 
53 1841 Census- the family (engine man Robert, 30, Mary, 30, Isabella, 7, and Elizabeth Thompson, 15) are living in Yarm, Yorkshire (Stockton, Middlesbrough) on Dacre Street. (HO107 piece 1258, Bk 3, ED 1, Folio 13, pg 20, line 8, GSU Roll 464234)

1851 Census- the family (Robert (engineer), Mary Ann, and children including daughter Isabella) are living at North Bishopwearmouth St. Thomas, ED2 household 35 Class H017, piece 2395 folio 69 p 9, GSU Roll 87073

Robert Simpson born 8 March 1807, Wallsend, 9 March 1807. died 17 June 1869 West Rainton.
wife was Mary Ann Bell 
Simpson, Robert (I1334)
 
54 1861 Census of England
Thornaby, Stockton, Durham, RG09 piece 3694 folio 81 page 26-27 ED17
George Street
James Whitecros, head, 31, potter, born Scotland. (note- indexed by Findmypast.com as "James Whitener")
Isabella Whitecros, 23, born Northumberland, Newcastle.

1871 Census of England
21 Garbert Street, Middlesbrough Durham (??? huh?) St. Hilda parish
Stockton Reg. Dist. Yarm Civil Parish
ED 9 RG 10 4891 folio 29 pg 3. GSU Roll 848005
James Whitecloss 41, potter, b. Scotland
Isabella Whitecloss 32 b. Newcastle

MIDDLESBROUGH, Yorkshire (North Riding) 1891 Census
RG12 piece 4014 folio 153 page 14 Linthorpe St. Barnabas
James Whitecross, inmate, age 62, potter, widower, Edinburgh, Scotland

DEATH James Whitecross, 66, Jun 1896, Middlesbro 9d 353

above census entry does say widower, but that would appear to be an error since Isabella did not die until 1919, perhaps the couple separated 
Whitecross, James (I1374)
 
55 1871 Census
COATES, Isabella
SUNDERLAND, Durham
RG10 piece 5011 folio 28 page 49 hh 228 ED 18
Isabella Coates, 19, of Wreckenton, is working as a housemaid for Robert Smith, 38, licensed victualler at 2 Frederick Road, Bishopwearmouth. 
Coates, Isabella (I1372)
 
56 1871 Census household 105 Port Hood p. 34
Rodricke McDonald 56 born NS Catholic farmer married no read no write
Mary McDonald 46 born NS Catholic no read no write no read no write
Angus McDonald 26 farmer
Donald McDonald 22 farmer
John McDonald 18 farmer
Mary McDonald 16
Issabell McDonald 14 in school
Neil McDonald 12 in school
Alexander McDonald 10
Robert McDonald 7
Charles McDonald

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Roderick MCDONALD M Male Scottish 66 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Mary MCDONALD M Female Scottish 45 Nova Scotia Catholic
Donald MCDONALD Male Scottish 30 Nova Scotia Laborer Catholic
John MCDONALD Male Scottish 27 Nova Scotia Laborer Catholic
Neil MCDONALD Male Scottish 21 Nova Scotia Laborer Catholic
Isabella MCDONALD Female Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Alexander MCDONALD Male Scottish 19 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Catholic
Robert MCDONALD Male Scottish 17 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Catholic
Charles MCDONALD Male Scottish 13 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 35
Household Number 139

1891 Census of Canada
36 PHd2 90 1 McDonald Mary F 62 W Head N NNC Farmer 1W2/4
36 PHd2 90 2 McDonald John M 35 Son N NNC Laborer Ef W
36 PHd2 90 6 McDonald Isabella F 27 Dau N NNC RW
36 PHd2 90 3 McDonald Alexander M 27 Son N NNC Fisherman
36 PHd2 90 4 McDonald Robert M 25 Son N NNC Fisherman
36 PHd2 90 5 McDonald Charles M 22 Son N NNC Farmer

"Mabou Pioneers" p 606 claims full number of children of Roderick McDonald and Mary (McDonald) McDonald as: Angus, Donald, John, Neil, Alexander, Robert, Charles, Roderick, Mary and Isabel.

Angus married Dorothy WALKER "Iain Alasdair Bhain", with issue
Donald was married with issue.
John never married
Neil married Mary "Meshag Iain Gilleasbuig" MacINTYRE with issue (p. 603)
Alexander never married
Robert never married
Charles married Anne RANKIN (Duncan of Sight Point). No issue p. 842
Roderick died young
Mary died at 20 years old
Isabel married in Grand Mira 
MacDonald, Roderick (I939)
 
57 1871 Census of Canada Balls Bridge Div 2 p 3 family 7
Catherine Andrews 35 no read no write
John James Andrews 38 farmer
James Alburn Andrews 14 in school
Lousia Ann Andrews 11 in school
Sarah Eliza Andrews 11 in school
Thomas S. Andrews 9 in school
Seward H. Andrews 7 in school
Henrietta M. Andrews, 4

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Albert ANDREWS Male English 23 Nova Scotia Farmere Church of England
Catherine ANDREWS W Female English 45 Nova Scotia Church of England
Sevard ANDREWS Male English 17 Nova Scotia Farmer,S Son Church of England
Louisa ANDREWS Female English 21 Nova Scotia Church of England "probably Louisa Ann Andrews"
Sarah ANDREWS Female English 21 Nova Scotia Church of England
Henrietta ANDREWS Female English 13 Nova Scotia Church of England
Joseph ANDREWS Male English 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
John ANDREWS Male English 6 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 11
Household Number 39 
Andrews, John James (I1635)
 
58 1871 Census of Canada Balls Bridge Div 2 p 55 hh 175
Joseph Lewis 58 farmer
Christy Ann Lewis 58 (no read no write)
Henry Lewis 35 farmer
William D. Lewis 29 blacksmith married
Frederick B. Lewis 27 farmer
Charles W. Lewis 24 farmer
William T. Lewis 19 farmer
Simon A. Lewis 16 farmer [alias Seymour]
no name Lewis (male) 1

1881 Census of Canada
Douglas LEWIS M Male English 38 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Annie LEWIS M Female English 38 Nova Scotia Church of England
Christy A. LEWIS Female English 77 Nova Scotia Church of England
Murry LEWIS Male English 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
Emery LEWIS Male English 8 Nova Scotia Church of England
Oliver LEWIS Male English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Charles LEWIS Male English 6 Nova Scotia Church of England
Alexander LEWIS Male English 4 Nova Scotia Church of England
Laura LEWIS Female English 2 Nova Scotia Church of England
Stewart LEWIS Male English <1 Born: Nov; 4/12 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 19
Household Number 72

St. George Sydney burial record "Christiana Lewis, North West Arm, buried May 1, 1888, age 75" 
Fraser, Christiana (I2440)
 
59 1871 census of Canada Cow Bay dist 2 p. 51 hh 183 (one house in construction) enumerated: Joseph Curry (fisherman, no read/no write)) and Matha [sic] Curry (no read/no write) with Isobell, 20 (no write), Ann, 19, George, 17, fisherman, Joseph 17, fisherman, Archebald, 13, Steaphen ,11, Patrick 9, Mary, 7, and John, 5.

Household, 1881:

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Joseph CURRIE M Male Scottish 60 Nova Scotia Fisherman And Farmer Roman Catholic
Martha CURRIE M Female French 58 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Joseph CURRIE Male Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Seaman Roman Catholic
Archibald CURRIE Male Scottish 22 Nova Scotia Assistant Light House Keeper Roman Catholic
Stephen CURRIE Male Scottish 21 Nova Scotia Seaman Roman Catholic
Paterick CURRIE Male Scottish 19 Nova Scotia Fisherman Roman Catholic
John Thomas CURRIE Male Scottish 14 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
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 84
Household Number 373

28 22 255 Curry Joseph M Head M Jul 15 1816 84
28 23 255 Curry Martha F Wife M Sep 25 1824 76
28 24 255 Curry John M Son M Apr 13 1867 33
28 25 255 Curry Briget F Daughter In Law M May 6 1873 27
28 26 255 Curry Martha F Granddaughter S Jun 17 1893 7
28 27 255 Curry Irene F Granddaughter S May 12 1895 5
28 28 255 Curry Peter M Grandson S May 6 1896 4
28 29 255 Curry Josetha F Granddaughter S Jun 29 1899 1
28 30 255 Curry Maria F Granddaughter S Mar 9 1901 1/12
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 Martha Curry, date February 1-, Cape Breton County, Registration Year: 1916 - Book: 28 - Page: 245 - Number: 911









 
Boutilier, Mary Martha (I47)
 
60 1871 Census of Canada Cow Bay div 2 p 45 hh 165
Thomas Wadden 43 NS C. of E fisherman
Sarah Wadden 26 NS C of E
William Wadden 15 fisherman in school
Edward Wadden 14 in school
Clara Wadden 8 in school
Alonzo Wadden 7 in school
Alfred Wadden 5 in school
Richard Wadden 4
Susan Wadden 2
Elias Wadden born Feb 1871
Emily Wadden 13

1881 Census of Canada
Thomas WADDEN M Male English 53 Nova Scotia Fisherman And Farmer Church of England
Sarah WADDEN M Female English 39 Nova Scotia Church of England
Clara WADDEN Female English 18 Nova Scotia Church of England
Alonzo WADDEN Male English 17 Nova Scotia Church of England
Alfred WADDEN Male English 15 Nova Scotia Church of England
Richard WADDEN Male English 14 Nova Scotia Church of England
Susanna WADDEN Female English 12 Nova Scotia Church of England
Elias WADDEN Male English 10 Nova Scotia Church of England
John Henry WADDEN Male English 8 Nova Scotia Church of England
Walter WADDEN Male English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Caroline WADDEN Female English 5 Nova Scotia Church of England
Ann WADDEN Female English 3 Nova Scotia Church of England
Leath WADDEN Female English 1 Nova Scotia Church of England
Edward WADDEN Male English 22 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 342

29 22 262 Wadden Thomas M Head M May 11 1827 73
29 23 262 Wadden Sarah F Wife M Sep 10 1839 61
29 24 262 Wadden Walter M Son S Mar 22 1875 26
29 25 262 Wadden Annie F Daughter S Mar 28 1878 23
29 26 262 Wadden Lea F Daughter S Feb 17 1880 21
29 27 262 Wadden Thomas M Son S Oct 8 1881 19
29 28 262 Wadden Eveline F Daughter S Nov 22 1883 17
29 29 262 Peach Susan F Aunt W Jun 21 1824 76
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Morien, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: w
Archives Microfilm: T-6448

Thomas Robert Wadden, died 1951 in Port Morien, Cape Breton County
Registration Year: 1951 - Book: 1951 - Page: 409

Wadden, Thomas to Elizabeth Miles at Cow Bay on Jan 7, 1855 (From Cape Breton News, Jan 13, 1855)

prob. the Thomas Wadden bur. South Head 2/18/1905 "age 76" acc. to tombstone 
Wadden, Thomas (I1914)
 
61 1871 Census of Canada Cow Bay div 2 p 6
household 21
George Martell 32 NS Baptist fisherman married
Elizabeth Martell 33 NS Baptist married no write
Ada Martell 8 in school
Elizabeth Martell 6 in school
John Martell 4 in school
Thomas Martell 2 in school

1891 Census of Canada Nova Scotia Cape Breton Cow Bay div 1 p.1 hh 4
George Martell 52 head Baptist fisherman
Elizabeth Martell 53 wife Baptist
Josha Martell 21 son fisherman
Ruben Martell 18 son fisherman
Neomie Martell 17 daughter
Phebe Martell 13 daughter

13 13 119 Martell James M Head M Dec 8 1833 67
13 14 119 Martell Elizabeth F Wife M Jul 19 1847 53
13 15 119 Martell Amos M Son S May 28 1877 23
13 16 119 Martell Martha F Daughter S Oct 4 1881 19
13 17 119 Martell George M Brother-in-law M Sep 3 1838 62
13 18 119 Martell Elizabeth F Sister-in-lawM May 26 1837 63
1901 Census of Canada, Port Morien, District 28 Subdistrict w Archives Microfilm T-6448

Date of death from tombstone image (stone of George Martell and Elizabeth Martell), Homeville Cemetery. died "age 68" acc. to tombstone. 
Peach, Elizabeth Jane (I2539)
 
62 1871 Census of Canada Cow Bay Div. 2 Family 163
James Miles, 68, born England, fisherman no read no write
Litie Miles, 65, no read/no write
Obediah Miles 15 fisherman in school
Thomas Wadden 9 in school

1881 Census of Canada
Lydia MILES W Female English 72 Nova Scotia Church of England
Obadiah WADDEN Male English 26 Nova Scotia Church of England
Mary Jane CLEMENTS Female English 11 Nova Scotia Servant 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 341 
Miles, James (I2631)
 
63 1871 Census of Canada Lingan Mines Div 3 p 12 household 42
David Boutalier 68 farmer married no read no write
Margaret Boutalier 46 Scotland C. of E. married no read no write
Mary Ann Boutalier 26

1881 Census Household:
David BOUCHEI M Male German 79 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England (sic)
Margt. BOUCHEI M Female Scottish 61 Scotland Church of England (sic)
Source Information:
Census Place Lingan, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district I
Page Number 151
Household Number 649

1891 Census Little Glace Bay p. 91 household 387 p. 91
David Boutilier 89, farmer no read no write
Margaret Boutilier 69 born Scotland no read no write
they are living with their daughter and son in law Mary Ann and Robert Nutter in a w2/9 dwelling. 
Boutilier, David (I2608)
 
64 1871 Census of Canada Main a Dieu div 1 p. 14 hh 44
John Ley 45 fisherman
Alice Ley 31
Albert L. Ley 7 in school
Frederick W. Ley 5
Elizabeth H. Ley 2
Jno Henry Ley born February 1871

1881 Census:
John LEY M Male English 53 Nova Scotia Farmer Fisherman Episcopal
Alice LEY M Female English 40 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Albert L LEY Male English 17 Nova Scotia Fisherman Episcopal
Fredrick W LEY Male English 15 Nova Scotia Fisherman Episcopal
Elizabeth H LEY Female English 12 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Douglas W LEY Male English 8 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Sarah A LEY Female English 5 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Mary K. LEY Female English 4 Nova Scotia Episcopal
John Henry LEY Male English <1 Born: Sep; 7/12 Nova Scotia Episcopal
Main-a-Dieu, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district J
Page Number 10
Household Number 39


1891 Census of Canada w1/4 hh74 p. 17 Main a dieu
John LEY 65 NS/NS/US fisherman unemployed
Alice Louisa LEY 50
Louis A. LEY 26 seaman
Lizzie LEY 22
Douglass W. LEY 18 seaman
Annie LEY 15
Catherine LEY 13
Henry LEY 10
Rachel L. LEY 8
everyone can read and write

10 20 87 Ley John M Head M Dec 5 1825 75
10 21 87 Ley Alice F Wife M Feb 14 1841 60
10 22 87 Ley Douglas W. M Son M Feb 12 1873 28
10 23 87 Ley Annie F Daughter S Sep 15 1875 25
10 24 87 Ley Catherine F Daughter S Oct 23 1877 23
10 25 87 Ley Henry J. M Son S Sep 17 1880 20
10 26 87 Ley Rachel F Daughter S Oct 25 1882 18
10 27 87 Ley Jane M. F Daughter S Oct 26 1885 15
10 28 87 Ley Katie F daughter-in- law M Apr 4 1879 21
10 29 87 Martell John W. M Grandson S Sep 1 1898 2
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Main-a-Dieu, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: u
Archives Microfilm: T-6448 
Ley, John (I2477)
 
65 1871 Census of Canada Port Hood p 35 household 107
Robert McDonald 51 born Nova Scotia Catholic farmer married no read no write
Anne McDonald 31 born Nova Scotia Catholic no read no write
Issabell McDonald 9 in school
Catharine McDonald 7
Charles McDonald 5
Mary McDonald 2


Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Robert MCDONALD M Male Scottish 63 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Nancy MCDONALD M Female Scottish 42 Nova Scotia Catholic
Isabella MCDONALD Female Scottish 19 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Catherine MCDONALD Female Scottish 17 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Charles MCDONALD Male Scottish 15 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Catholic
Mary MCDONALD Female Scottish 12 Nova Scotia Catholic
Margaret MCDONALD Female Scottish 7 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 36
Household Number 142

1891 Census of Canada
36 PHd2 87 1 McDonald Annie F 51 W Head N SNC Farmer 1W2/8
36 PHd2 87 2 McDonald Cattie F 26 Dau N NNC
36 PHd2 87 3 McDonald Charles M 25 Son N NNC Laborer W RW
36 PHd2 87 4 McDonald Mary F 22 Dau N NNC Dom W RW
36 PHd2 87 5 McDonald Margaret F 17 Dau N NNC Dom W RW


11 16 102 McDonald Annie F Head W Apr 6 1837 63
11 17 102 McDonald Charles M Son S May 9 1872 28
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: r-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6453

 
MacDonald, Robert (I249)
 
66 1871 Census of Canada Sydney div 2 p. 31 family 108
John G. Andrews 62 farmer no write
Sarah Andrews 60 no read no write
Harriet Andrews 28
Catherine Andrews 26 no write
Francis Andrews 20 farmer
Frederick Andrews 17
Dora Andrews 4

1881 Census of Canada
John ANDREWS M Male English 71 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Sarah ANDREWS M Female English 70 Nova Scotia Church of England
Francis ANDREWS M Male English 30 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375803
NA Film Number C-13167
District 6 Sub-district P Division 2
Page Number 23 Household Number 95

Death date comes from tombstone inscription; burial place noted in St. George Sydney parish registers
 
Andrews, John George (I1819)
 
67 1871 Census Peter T. Clarke, merchant, is household 9, Balls Bridge Div 2 p. 3

1881 Census of Canada
Peter T. CLARKE M Male English 65 Church of England
Ann Harriet CLARK M Female English 38 Nova Scotia Church of England
Nepean Charles CLARK Male English 1 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 11
Household Number 40

Peter Turquand Clarke's burial at St. Mark's is noted in the parish registers of St. George Sydney. 
Clarke, Peter Turquand (I2299)
 
68 1871 Census:
household 104, Mabou Div 1 p 37
John McDonald, 40, laborer Scotland Catholic no read no write
Lucy McDonald, 36, Nova Scotia no read no write
Mary McDonald, 18
Alexander McDonald, 17, farmer
Mary McNeill, 53, born Nova Scotia no read no write & blind ("pauper" was written in but crossed out)

1881 Census:
Household:
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
John MCDONALD M Male Scottish 74 Scotland Day Laborer Catholic
Lucy MCDONALD M Female Scottish 50 Nova Scotia Catholic
Mary MCDONALD Female Scottish 30 Nova Scotia Catholic
Alexander MCDONALD Male Scottish 28 Nova Scotia Day Laborer 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 21
Household Number 76 
MacDonald, Lucy (I2345)
 
69 1881 Census
John SHEPPERD M Male Irish 55 Ireland Farmer C. Methodist
Matilda SHEPPERD M Female Irish 49 Ontario C. Methodist
George SHEPPERD Male Irish 30 Ontario Farmer C. Methodist
John SHEPPERD Male Irish 28 Ontario C. Methodist
Mary E. SHEPPERD Female Irish 25 Ontario C. Methodist
Martha SHEPPERD Female Irish 23 Ontario C. Methodist
* Hariot SHEPPERD Female Irish 20 Ontario C. Methodist*
Easter SHEPPERD Female Irish 18 Ontario C. Methodist
Mona S. SHEPPERD Female Irish 13 Ontario C. Methodist
Source Information
Census Place Goderich, Huron South, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375908
NA Film Number C-13272
District 173
Sub-district G
Division 1
Page Number 34
Household Number 152 
Sheppard, John (I1328)
 
70 1881 Census
Joseph FRASER M Male Scottish 33 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Catherine FRASER M Female Scottish 29 Nova Scotia Church of England
John H. FRASER Male Scottish 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
George M. FRASER Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia Church of England
Cassie E. FRASER Female Scottish 2 Nova Scotia Church of England
Louis Henrietta FRASER Female Scottish 12 Nova Scotia Church of England
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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 13
Household Number 47

Burial appears in St. George parish registers as Joseph Fraser, Edwardsville, age 68, March 22, 1912; burial 1190 p. 149 
Fraser, Joseph (I2298)
 
71 1881 Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Ronald MCEACHEN M Male Scottish 60 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Jane MCEACHEN M Female Scottish 34 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catharine MCEACHEN Female Scottish 14 Nova Scotia Catholic
Donald MCEACHEN Male Scottish 11 Nova Scotia Catholic
Mary MCEACHEN Female Scottish 8 Nova Scotia Catholic
Hugh MCEACHEN Male Scottish 6 Nova Scotia Catholic
Margaret MCEACHEN Female Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Catholic
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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 20
Household Number 71


1891 Census
36 PoG1 82 1 McEachern Jane F 44 W Head N SSC W1/8
36 PoG1 82 2 McEachern Donald M 22 Son N NNC RW
36 PoG1 82 3 McEachern Mary F 19 Dau N NNC RW
36 PoG1 82 4 McEachern Hugh M 17 Son N NNC RW
36 PoG1 82 5 McEachern Margaret F 12 Dau N NNC RW
36 PoG1 83 1 McEachern Emily F 48 W Head N SSC W1/2
36 PoG1 83 2 McEachern Mary A. F 19 Dau N NNC RW
36 PoG1 83 3 McEachern Hugh M 14 Son N NNC RW

18 3 150 McEachen Jane F Head W Aug 3 1846 54
18 4 150 McEachen Donald M Son S Sep 1 1870 29
18 5 150 McEachen Mary F Daughter M May 15 1873 27
18 6 150 McEachen Hugh M Son S Sep 2 1874 26
18 7 150 McEachen Maggie F Daughter S Jun 10 1879 21
18 8 150 McEachen Kate F Daughter-in-law M May 15 1881 19
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Poplar Grove, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: o
Archives Microfilm: T-6453

Ronald Mrs. McEachern, died 1928 in Northeast Mabou, Inverness County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1928 - Book: 125 - Page: 422 - 
MacDonald, Jane (I2347)
 
72 1881 Census
Walter GRANT M Male Scottish 28 Nova Scotia Miller Baptist
Ellen GRANT M Female German 38 Nova Scotia Baptist
Lottie L. GRANT Female Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Baptist
James GRANT M Male Scottish 25 Nova Scotia Miller Baptist
Mary A. GRANT M Female German 33 Nova Scotia Baptist
Seward F. GRANT Male Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Baptist
Ball's Creek, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
Division 1 Page Number 46 Household 182 
Grant, George Walter (I3041)
 
73 1881 Census
Angus WALKER M Male Scottish 55 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Catherine WALKER M Female Scottish 52 Nova Scotia Catholic
Sarah WALKER Female Scottish 25 Nova Scotia Catholic
John WALKER Male Scottish 22 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Anne WALKER Female Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Catholic
Maggie WALKER Female Scottish 21 Nova Scotia Catholic
Maria WALKER Female Scottish 20 Nova Scotia Catholic
Jessie WALKER Female Scottish 19 Nova Scotia Catholic
Archibald WALKER Male Scottish 17 Nova Scotia Catholic
Dorothy WALKER Female Scottish 15 Nova Scotia Catholic
Alexander WALKER Male Scottish 13 Nova Scotia Catholic
Euphemia WALKER Female Scottish 10 Nova Scotia Catholic
Source Information
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 10
Household Number 34 
Walker, Angus (I2730)
 
74 1881 Census
John LEWIS M Male English 36 Nova Scotia House Joiner Baptist
Caraline LEWIS M Female Scottish 37 Nova Scotia Baptist
Ida LEWIS Female Scottish 11 Nova Scotia Baptist
Ward LEWIS Male Scottish 9 Nova Scotia Baptist
Ella LEWIS Female Scottish 7 Nova Scotia Baptist
Elmer LEWIS Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia Baptist
Fredrick LEWIS Male Scottish 2 Nova Scotia Baptist
Source Information
Census Place North, Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
NA Film Number C-13166
District 6
Sub-district D
Division 1
Page Number 68
Household Number 315 
Lewis, John Edmund (I3010)
 
75 1881 Census
Michael MCNIEL M Male Scottish 52 Nova Scotia Miner Roman Catholic
Ann MCNIEL M Female Scottish 42 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Stephen MCNIEL Male Scottish 16 Nova Scotia Miner Roman Catholic
Michel MCNIEL Male Scottish 10 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
John Joseph MCNIEL Male Scottish 8 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Peter Francis MCNIEL Male Scottish 4 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Mary MCNIEL Female Scottish 22 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
Kate Ann MCNIEL Female Scottish 13 Nova Scotia Roman Catholic
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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 46
Household Number 210+ 
McNeil, Michael (I1289)
 
76 1881 Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
John HORRIE M Male Scottish 73 Scotland Farmer Church of England [sic]
Louisa HORRIE M Female Scottish 70 Nova Scotia Church of England
Louisa HORRIE Female Scottish 38 Nova Scotia Church of England
Henry HORRIE Male Scottish 31 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Charles HORRIE Male Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Kate HORRIE Female Scottish 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
Annie HORRIE Female Scottish 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Ann HORRIE Female Scottish 4 Nova Scotia Church of England
Source Information:
Census Place Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375803
NA Film Number C-13167
District 6
Sub-district P
Division 2
Page Number 27
Household Number 115 
Howie, John (I2496)
 
77 1881 Census Household
Michl LEE M Male 45 Nova Scotia Farmer
Mary LEE M Female 40 Nova Scotia
Mary LEE Female 13 Nova Scotia
William LEE Male 12 Nova Scotia
Alex LEE Male 9 Nova Scotia
Margt LEE Female 5 Nova Scotia
Joseph LEE Male 3 Nova Scotia
Source Information
Census Place Lingan, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375802
District 6
Sub-district I
Page Number 79
Household Number 335

5 12 43 Lee Mary F Head W Jan 1832 69
5 13 43 Lee Alexander M Son S Nov 1872 28
Source Information
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Lingan, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 28
Subdistrict Number q
Archives Microfilm T-6447 
Ley, Michael (I2917)
 
78 1881 Census of Canada
Alexander BEATON M Male Scottish 67 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Christie BEATON M Female Scottish 53 Nova Scotia Catholic (born about 1828)
Sarrah BEATON Female Scottish 25 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Catherine M BEATON Female Scottish 23 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Donald BEATON Male Scottish 27 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Alexander BEATON Male Scottish 21 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Mary BEATON Female Scottish 13 Nova Scotia Catholic
Catherine Ann BEATON Female Scottish 11 Nova Scotia Catholic
Jennet NICHOLSON Female Scottish 25 Nova Scotia Servant 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 30
Household Number 121

1891 Census of Canada
36 PHd2 117 1 Beaton Christie F 64 W Head N SSC General Work Em W 1W2/3
36 PHd2 117 2 Nicholson Jessie F 37 Sister N SSC General Work Em Lodger
36 PHd2 117 3 McQuarrie Peggy F 27 Dau N SSC Dom R ?s/b N SNC 
Nicholson, Christine (I2334)
 
79 1881 Census of Canada
16 8 132 McDonald MalcolmM Head S Apr 15 1875 26
16 9 132 McDonald John M Brother S Jun 15 1877 23
16 10 132 McDonald Mary B. F Sister S Jun 15 1884 16
16 11 132 McDonald Kate A. F Sister S Jul 17 1888 12
16 12 132 McDonald Lizzie F Mother S Feb 10 1844 57
16 13 132 McDonald Lucy F Aunt S Apr 2 1829 72
Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Poplar Grove, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: o
Archives Microfilm: T-6453


9 66 McDonald MalcolmM Head S Apr 1877 34
10 66 McDonald Lizzie F Mother W Mar 1841 70
11 66 McDonald Kate F Sister S Jul 1888 22
12 66 McLeod Eddie M Adopted S Feb 1904 7
Census of Canada/1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 27 Poplar Grove poll district / page 7

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. Elizabeth McDonald, 1938, Inv. Co (McDonald's Glen, Poplar Grove). Book: 180 - Page: 60. Informant Malcolm McDonald of McDonald's Glen, son.



 
MacDonald, Elizabeth (I2348)
 
80 1881 Census of Canada
James ANDREWS M Male English 68 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Ann ANDREWS M Female English 49 Nova Scotia Church of England [Sarah Ann Boutilier]
Richard ANDREWS Male English 17 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Church of England
Mark ANDREWS Male English 15 Nova Scotia Farmer'S Son Church of England
Daniel ANDREWS Male English 13 Nova Scotia Church of England (David Andrews)
Ahnon ANDREWS Male English 11 Nova Scotia Church of England (Almon Andrews)
Elizabeth ANDREWS Female English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Uriah ANDREWS Male English 9 Nova Scotia Church of England
Census Place Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375803 NA Film Number C-13167
District 6 Sub-district P Division 2 Page Number 23 Household Number 94

1871 Census of Canada Sydney div 2 page 30 family 107
James Andrews 58 farmer no read no write
Sarah Andrews 39 no read no write
Delia Andrews 27
Margaret Andrews 20 servant
William H. Andrews 18
James J. Andrews 15
Rosanne Willows 12
Richard Andrews 7
Thomas Andrews 5
David Andrews 3
John Andrews 1 [Almon]

Almon and Mark are buried with their mother at St. Mark's Cemetery Coxheath.
 
Andrews, James Joseph (I1840)
 
81 1881 Census of Canada
Roderick NICHOLSON M Male Scottish 40 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Lizzie NICHOLSON M Female Scottish 25 Nova Scotia Catholic
John Angus NICHOLSON Male Scottish <1 Born: Nov; 4/12 Nova Scotia Catholic
Source Information:
Census Place Glencoe, Inverness, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375801
NA Film Number C-13165
District 4
Sub-district G
Page Number 45
Household Number 165

1891 Census of Canada
36 Glen 170 1 Nicholson Rod. M 50 M Head N SSC Farmer RW W1/6
36 Glen 170 2 Nicholson Elizebeth F 40 M Wife N NNC
36 Glen 170 3 Nicholson John Angus M 10 Son N NNC RW
36 Glen 170 4 Nicholson James M 8 Son N NNC R
36 Glen 170 5 Nicholson Mary Bell F 7 Dau N NNC
36 Glen 170 6 Nicholson Maggie G. F 5 Dau N NNC
36 Glen 170 7 Nicholson Alexander M 3 Son N NNC
36 Glen 170 8 Nicholson Colin M 1 Son N NNC

(this is the area known as "Alpine Ridge")

Roderick Nicholson was a farmer & stone-cutter according to delayed registration of birth for Colin Nicholson, (Registration Year: 1890 - Book: 1890 - Page: 99000369), registered in 1949.


1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 6
16 44 Nicholson John M Head S Nov 1881 29
17 44 Nicholson Maggie Janet F Sister S Nov 1887 23
18 44 Nicholson Elizabeth F Mother W Nov 1846 64 
Nicholson, Roderick (I2359)
 
82 1881 Census of Canada
Samuel James FIANDER M Male English 34 Nova Scotia Fisherman Church of England
Isabel FIANDRE M Female Scottish 32 Nova Scotia Church of England
Clara M FIANDER Female English 7 Nova Scotia Church of England
Flora G FIANDER Female English 6 Nova Scotia Church of England
Joseph Leon FIANDER Male English 3 Nova Scotia Church of England
John MANN Male English 26 Nova Scotia Methodist Canada
E.W. HARRINGTON Male English 24 Nova Scotia Telegraph Baptist
Susan MANN Female English 26 Nova Scotia Servant Methodist Canada
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 3
Household Number 15

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. As Samuel J. Fiander. Cape Breton County. Registration Year: 1917 - Book: 29 - Page: 143 - Number: 610. Pastor Wilcox made the return. 
Fiander, Samuel James (I1852)
 
83 1881 Census of England
William BIRD Head M Male 64 Jarrow, Northumberland, England Blacksmith
Margaret BIRD Wife M Female 62 West Rainton, Durham, England
Mary D. CRAIG Daur M Female 22 Witton Park
Joseph CRAIG Son In Law M Male 31 West Allen, Northampton, England [sic] Mineral Water Maker & Bottler
Thomas CRAIG Grandson Male 1 m Normanby, York, England
Rachel LEWIS Grand Daur U Female 16 West Hpool, Durham, England Gen Dom Serv
Source Information
Dwelling 41 West St
Census Place Normanby In Middlesbrough, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342170
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4859 / 21
Page Number 36


1891 Census Middlesbrough Northwest St. Paul Linthorpe
120 Lower Dunscombe
Joseph Craig, 41, mineral water manufacturer born Alendale
Mary D. Craig, 37
Thomas Craig, 16, scholar, born Normanby
RG12 piece 4011 folio 109, pg 26, GSU Roll 6099121

1901 Census of England 120 Dunscombe Street Newport Ward St. Paul
Joseph Craig, 51 b. Allendale
Mary Craig 42 b. Middlesborough
Thomas 20, b. Normanby steelworker
Margaret Craig, 8 b. Middlesborough
Alice E. Lewis, niece, b. Middleston Moor, Durham (a lady's maid)
Class RG13, Piece 4578 Folio 122, pg. 33

Deaths Dec 1908 CRAIG Joseph 60 Middlesbro' 9d 399
Deaths Dec 1907 CRAIG Mary Dixon 49 Middlesbro' 9d 373 
Craig, Joseph (I431)
 
84 1881 Census of England:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Robert CARR Head M Male 53 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England Fisherman
Barbara CARR Wife M Female 49 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England Wife
Elizabeth CARR Daur Female 27 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England
Mary CARR Daur Female 24 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England
Barbara CARR Daur Female 19 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England
Robert CARR Son Male 17 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England Engine Fitter
Thomasan CARR Daur Female 10 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England Scholar
George JEFFERSON Servant Male 25 Cullercoats, Northumberland, England Cartman
Source Information: Dwelling 4 Eloner St Census Place Tynemouth, Northumberland, England
Family History Library Film 1342227 Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 5082 / 108
Page Number 13 
Carr, Robert (I1999)
 
85 1891 Census
RG12 piece 4072 folio 52 page 41 ED 31
Long Row, Middleston Moor, Durham
Richard Standish, 28, coal miner born Robinson Ends? Lancashire (cannot really decipher the town)
Margaret Standish, 27, born 1864 Ryhope Durham
Nicholas Standish, 7, born 1884 Hebburn Durham (sic for Michael?)
George E. Standish, 5, born 1886, Shildon, Durham

Marriages Dec 1882
HUNTER Margaret Gateshead 10a 1191
Standish Richard Gateshead 10a 1191

Births Mar 1884
Standish Michael Hunter S. Shields 10a 765

Births Jun 1886
STANDISH George Edward Auckland 10a 199

Probably
1881 Census
Edward STANDISH Head M Male 51 St Nestin, Cheshire, England Coal Miner
Elizabeth STANDISH Wife M Female 51 Wiggen, Lancashire, England [Wigan]
Emma STANDISH Daur U Female 25 Tarback, Lancashire, England Dress Maker
*Richard STANDISH Son U Male 18 Pemberton, Lancashire, England Coal Miner *
Rebecca A. STANDISH Daur U Female 11 Washington, Durham, England Scholar
Mary A. STANDISH Daur Female 7 Usworth, Durham, England Scholar
Source Information:
Dwelling Quarry Row
Census Place Usworth, Durham, England
Family History Library Film 1342199
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4984 / 49
Page Number 36

Births Jun 1862
STANDISH Richard Wigan 8c 94 (Pemberton is in Wigan reg dist)

Marriages Sep 1908
STANDISH Michael Hunter S. Shields 10a 1368

1901 Census
Middleston St. John Class RG13 hh279 p 48 ED 37 folio 132 piece 4648
Richard Standish 38 coal miner hewer, born Lancashire
Margaret Standish, 38, born Ryhope Dur
George E. Standish, 14, driver in coal mine-below born ????
Clarence Standish 7 born Middleston Moor
Elizabeth Standish 5 born Middleston Moor
Edward Standish grandfather 72 born Cheshire
(Michael Standish is living with his grandmother Mary (Tate) Hunter)

1911 Census of England Ref. RG14 PN30881 RG78 PN1765 RD560 SD3 ED11 SN58
STANDISH, Richard Head Married M 48 Coal Miner Stoneman Lancashire ?
STANDISH, Margaret Wife Married 29 years 47 Durham Ryhope
STANDISH, George Edward Son Single M 24 Coal Miner Putter Durham Shildon
STANDISH, Clarence Son Single M 17 Coal Miner Putter Durham Middlestone
STANDISH, Elizabeth Daughter Single F 15 Durham Middlestone
Castle Ward Newburn Black Callerton
18 Armstrong Street Burn Close Westerhope Northumberland

Deaths Jun 1917 Standish Margaret 53 Castle W. 10b434 
Hunter, Margaret (I2043)
 
86 1891 Census Cow Bay div 1 p.36 hh163
w1/2?
Ester Wadden 55 widow farmer C of E (also children)
Charles Wadden 28 farmer
Henry Wadden 26 farmer
John Wadden 23 farmer
Hezekiah (nearly unreadable) Wadden 21 farmer
Minie Wadden 19
George Wadden 16
everyone can read/write except for mom


29 49 266 Wadden George M Head S Dec 25 1873 27
29 50 266 Wadden Easter F Mother W Dec 1 1832 68
Source Information:
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict:Port Morien, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number:28
Subdistrict Number:w
Archives Microfilm: T-6448

Ester Wadden death cert C.B. Co. 1923 bk. 77, p. 576 George Wadden was the informant 
Miles, Esther Jane (I2630)
 
87 1891 Census of Canada

36 Jud2 52 1 McInnis Charles M 65 M Head N PSC Farmer Ad RW W1/9
36 Jud2 52 2 McInnis Angus M 52 Brother N PSC Farmer Bb
36 Jud2 52 3 McInnis John M 72 W Brother N PSC RW
36 Jud2 52 4 McInnis Jessie F 67 Sister N PSC
36 Jud2 52 5 McInnis Flora F 60 Sister N PSC R
36 Jud2 52 6 McInnis Flora F 46 M Wife N NSC R
36 Jud2 52 7 McInnis Alex'r M 12 Son N NNC RW
36 Jud2 52 8 McInnis Allan M 10 Son N NNC RW
36 Jud2 52 9 McInnis Mary F 8 Dau N NNC RW
36 Jud2 52 10 McInnis Sandy M 25 Nephew N NNC Farmer Ac W RW
36 Jud2 52 11 McInnis Mary F 23 Neice N NNC W RW
36 Jud2 52 12 Campbell John M 34 Nephew N NNC Farmer Ac W RW

11 45 93 McInnis Charles M Head M 1826 74
11 46 93 McInnis Flora F Wife M 1845 55
11 47 93 McInnis Alexander M Son S Jul 2 1878 23
11 48 93 McInnis Allan M Son S Sep 25 1879 21
11 49 93 McInnis John M Brother W 1817 83
11 50 93 McInnis Flora F Sister S 1821 79
Source Information
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Judique, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 35
Subdistrict Number f
Archives Microfilm T-6453 
MacInnis, Charles (I1678)
 
88 1891 Census of Canada Cape Breton, Ball Creek p. 14 hh 69
Harriet CLARKE 48 washwoman read/write
Nepean CLARKE 12 in school
Emma CLARKE 9
wood house 2 story six rooms

5 39 50 Clark Harriet F Head W Feb 18 1843 58
5 40 50 Clark Napean M Son S May 4 1879 21
5 41 50 Clark Emma F Daughter S May 27 1882 18
5 42 50 Boutilier Vincent M Adopted S Jul 27 1892 8
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Ball Creek, CAPE BRETON, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 28
Subdistrict Number: b
Archives Microfilm: T-6447
The above Vincent Boutilier is probably the Louis Vincent Boutilier who was born to Elizabeth Boutilier at Coxheath July 21?, 1892 and baptized at St. George Sept 3, 1892. See notes page for John Henry Boutilier (1849-1929) and his second wife Elizabeth Boutilier.

Douglas Rigby Cox Clarke was buried Feb 13, 1878 age 9 mos. (St. George recs)

NS Civ Death Reg. Ann Harriet Clark, C.B. County, Registration Year: 1934 - Book: 158 - Page: 1386
Informant of death son Nepean Clarke 
Andrews, Ann Harriet (I2300)
 
89 1891 Census of Canada, Ball Creek p 38 hh 178. Widow Jane Lewis, 66, Baptist, NS/SCOT/NS is living with James McConnell family

James Mcconnell, died 1957 in Sydney, Cape Breton County
Registration Year 1957 - Book 1957 - Page 6016
The above death registration for Jane Lewis' son by her first husband indicates that Jane Lewis was born Eliza Jane Kennedy in Port Hillford, Nova Scotia and was married to William McConnell of Port Hillford before her marriage to William Lewis. 
Kennedy, Eliza Jane (I2478)
 
90 1891 Census of Canada, Poplar Grove District 2
36 PoG2 82 1 McDonald Mary F 80 W Head born NS, father Scotland, mother PEI Catholic Farmer E RW W1/2
------------------- 2 McDonald Amelia F 47 daughter born NS, farmer
------------------- 3 McDonald Johana F 29 daughter born NS, farmer RW 
MacDonald, Mary (I1013)
 
91 1891 Census of England
19 Taylor Street Wigan St. Thomas RG12 piece 3053 folio 140 ED32 p.23
SCHOFIELD, Peter Head Married M 44 Coal Miner Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Catharine Wife Married F 42 Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Isaac Son Single M 24 Coal Miner Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Enoch Son Single M 19 Collier Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Jacob Son Single M 17 Collier Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Margaret Daughter F 12 Scholar Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Joseph Son M 10 Scholar Wigan
SCHOFIELD, Thomas Son M 4 Wigan
SCHOFIELD, William Son M 2M Wigan 
Schofield, Peter (I1342)
 
92 1891 census RG 12 Piece 4195 Folio 25 p. 44 GSU Roll 6099305 Elswick East St Stephen
4 St. Cuthbert's Terrace
JANE CARGIE, 38, lodging, born West Allendale [sic- CRAGIE)
Margaret, 16, domestic servant
Robert, 12
Ernest, 11
Archibald, 6
Ada C. 5
*JOSEPH DUNN, 21, bricklayer, lodger*
Ernest Sparks, lodger, 26, engine fitter, Portsmouth, Hants

1901 census St. Paul Elswick Westgate South RG13 Piece 4772, Folio 63, p. 7 ED 40 Household Schedule # 46
7 Fife Terrace
JANE CRAGIE, widow, 47, Allendale
Margaret Cragie, daughter, 26, tobacconist assistant, b N.O.T.
Robert Cragie, son, 22, fruiterer farm NOT
Ernest Cragie, son, 21, bricklayer, NOT
Archie Cragie, son, 16, bricklayer apprentice, NOT
Ada Cragie, daughter, 15 NOT
Elizabeth Cragie (sic- CRAIG) sister, 48, single, domestic, cook. Allendale

1911 Census of England ref. RG14PN30602 RG78PN1753 RD558 SD3 ED24 SN72
150 Gloucester Rd. Newcastle upon Tyne Elswick (4 room dwelling; form submitted by Jane Cragie)
Jane Cragie widow age 59 9 children 5 living 4 deceased born Allendale Northumberland
Robert Cragie son single age 33 bricklayer born Newcastle Northumberland
Ernest Cragie son single age 31 bricklayer born Newcastle Northumberland
Archie Cragie son single age 26 bricklayer born Newcastle Northumberland

Probably
Deaths Dec 1915
Cragie Jane 60 Newcastle T. 10b 173

Probably
Births Sep 1882
Cragie Ada Newcastle T. 10b 2
Cragie Ethel Newcastle T. 10b 2
Deaths Sep 1883
CRAGIE Ada 1 Newcastle T. 10b 24
CRAGIE Ethel 1 Newcastle T. 10b 23



















 
Craig, Jane (I505)
 
93 1900 Census of US, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts:
H. John Lord Nov 1872 27 married 1 year born Baltimore Md, parents also Baltimore Md occupation: sailor
Mary Lord, June 1875, 24, one child, one child living, immigration 1899
E. Mary Lord, Oct 1899, 7/12 born Massachusetts
ED 1255 Ward 7 8B HH 156 Film #1240678


1911 Census of Canada
Nova Scotia / Inverness / 30 Port Hood poll district / page 11

8 83 McIsaac Angus M Head M Nov 1846 64
9 83 McIsaac Margaret F Wife M Nov 1865 45
10 83 Lord Mary F None M Jun 1871 39
11 83 Lord Mary Helen F None S Oct 1900 10
12 83 Lord Charley Edward M None S Apr 1902 9

"Charles Lord, son of John, was killed in a mine. Mary Ellen Lord is married in Ingonish to a Mr. Doucette" (MP, p. 608)
Charles Edward Lord died at Gowganda, Timiskaming, Ontario 7 August 1925. (Ontario Civil Registration) 
MacDonald, Mary (I1695)
 
94 1900 Federal Census of US Williamstown Mass
T623_633 pg 8A ED 89
Thomas Steele Oct 1863 36 14 1885 15 na (no occupation listed) b. Ireland
Jane Steele Dec 1862 37 14 9 children, 9 living b. Ireland
John Steele June 1887 12 born Vermont at school
Robert Steele Mar 1889 11 Vermont at school
Mary E. Steele Oct 1890 9 Vermont
Hannah Steele Mar 1892 8 Vermont
Thomas H. Steele June 1893 6 Vermont
Agnes M. Steele August 1894 4 Vermont
James Steele Dec 1897 New York
Alpheus?? Wymeus?? Steele April 1899 Massachusetts
Claude Steele Mar 1900 9/12 Massachusetts

1910 Federal Census of US Green River Road Williamstown Mass
Thomas Steele 45 immigration 1884 farmer general farm
Jane Steele 47 immigration ditto 10 out of 11 children surviving
John H. Steele 22 born Vermont farmhand laborer
Robert Steele 21 born ditto occupation ditto
Mary E. Steele 19 born ditto servant, kitchen girl
Hannah R. Steele 18 born ditto
Thomas H. Steele 17 born Ditto laborer general work
Agnes M. Steele 12 (13?) born ditto
James A Steele 12 born "York State"
Alpheus H. Steele 11 born Mass
Claude M.B. Steele 10 born Mass
Theodore R. Steele 8 born Mass
Alpheus Hoy 5 born VT
Boarder, Edward Deso, single, b. VT, machinist, horse shows
Roll T624_573 pg 17A, ED 94 Image 934


1920 Federal Census of US South Williamstown Massachusetts Farm
Thomas Steele 58 immigration 1886 b. Ireland parents born in Scotland farmer
Jane Steele 58 post office clerk
Robert Steele son 31 b. Vermont general store merchant
Agnes Steele daughter in law 31 b. Ireland immigration 1908 Al
Arnold Steele grandchild 6
Elizabeth Steele grandchild 4
Robert Jr Steele g-child 1 6/12
Hamilton Hoy 4 nephew b. Vermont
Thomas Bulsoe(?) statechild 12 b US parents born US
Susan White lodger married age 68 b Mass
T625_680 p. 7A ED 90

1930 Federal Census of US Williamstown Mass Green(?) River Road
Thomas Steele 68 b. Northern Ireland immigration 1886 naturalized 1890 farmer married age 25
Jane Steele 67 married at age 24
James A. Steele son 32 b. New York merchant gen'l store
Roll 885 pg 9A ED 84

There is a webpage about Steele's general store at http://www.5-corners.com/History1.htm . The site is illustrated. 
Steele, Thomas (I1021)
 
95 1901 Census of Canada Glace Bay M-2 Page 34 Details: Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6447
Cassey James M Head M Dec 14 1868 32 miner
Cassey Lilliey F Wife M Mar 19 1872 28
Cassey Fredy F Daughter S Jun 10 1896 4

1902 directory
James Casey overman P O Caledonia
1903-1904 directory, Glace Bay
Casey James boss miner h Brookside
1905-1906 directory Glace Bay
Casey James miner h Brookside
1907-1908 directory Glace Bay
Casey James miner h Brookside
Glace Bay 1914
Casey James trader Brookside

Casey James M Head M Apr 1868 43 1901
Casey Lillian F Wife M Nov 1872 38 1901
Casey Freda F Daughter S Jun 1896 14
1911 Census of Canada / Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 27 Glace Bay Town / page 53

Nova Scotia civil Birth registration, Cape Breton County, Registration Year 1869 - Book 1803 - Page 82 - Number 261

Nova Scotia civil death registration, Cape Breton County, Registration Year 1915 - Book 24 - Page 101 No. 606

The Evening Mail (Halifax), Thursday, 2 March 1905, p. 3
The following are the names of those injured in the coal mines of Nova Scotia for the year ending September 30th, 1904
Caledonia - James CASEY, road man, hand slightly burnt with gas.
 
Casey, James (I1249)
 
96 1901 Census of Canada Page Information
District ON ALGOMA (#44)
Subdistrict Pinewood J-2 Page 1, Sched 1 Microfilm T-6458.
Thomas was born in Ontario, his wife Susan born in the US-of "Indian" ethnicity. (Ojibwe)

1911 Census: appears as a lodger in "Atwood" subdistrict of Rainy River.

"History of Koochiching County" (1983, Koochiching County Historical Society)
Kavanagh, Tom and Susan p. 174 (parents of Tillie Kavanaugh)
Lindsay, Annie and Jack p. 189 (daughter Annie Kavanaugh)
(family information submitted by Delvina Alich)

Thomas Kavanaugh, Ontario Civil Registration Death Certificate, year 1930, certificate #030491 
Kavanaugh, Thomas (I1664)
 
97 1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 15 Judique no. 2 sub-division no. 27 poll district / page 7

"Jannet McInnis" is still alive and living with her nephew Alexander (farmer) & his wife Margaret (Jannet is born "Aug 1822")

never married.

Jessie McInnis (born "1833")
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict Judique, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number 35
Subdistrict Number f
Archives Microfilm T-6453

Nova Scotia Civil Death Registration. Inv. Co. Registration Year 1914 - Book 37 - Page 9 - Number 21 . Registered as Jessie McInnis. "age 92" daughter of Alexander McInnis, occupation domestic. Informant Alex C. McInnis

Obit published in The Casket on Thursday, March 5, 1914
" Death on 25 Jan.1914 of Jessie McInnis age 91, last surviving member of the family of the late Alexander McInnis, (Alasdair MacRhob) of whom there were eleven children. " see www.capebretongenweb.com/CBIOBITS 
MacInnis, Jessie (I1679)
 
98 1911 / Nova Scotia / Inverness / 26 Poplar Grove poll district / page 8
Residence North East Mabou
79 McDonald Neil M Head W 1830 80 farmer retired no read/no write Gaelic
80 McDonald Emily F Head S 1845 65 no read/no write Gaelic

Neil McDonald had no children surviving. 
MacDonald, Neil (I424)
 
99 1911 / Ontario / Lennox and Addington / 32 Napanee / page 8
Normile William M Head M Oct 1862 48 born Quebec Irish Roman Catholic automotive manufacturer
Normile Elizabeth F Wife M May 1883 28 1901 born Ontario Irish Roman Catholic
Normile William L M Son S Jul 1906 4 1901
Normile James M Son S Nov 1907 3 
Normile, William James (I1363)
 
100 1911 Census of Canada
Home / 1911 / Manitoba / Brandon / 49 Brandon / page 1
1 1 Maxted Albert 11th St. East M Head M Jan 1881 30
2 1 Maxted Mary J. F Wife M Jun 1881 30
3 1 Maxted Ethel M. F Daughter S Mar 1903 8
4 1 Maxted Clara E. F Daughter S Mar 1905 6
5 1 Maxted Philip E. M Son S Sep 1910 9/12
6 1 Stafford Eliza Agnes F Sister-in-law S Dec 1886 24
7 1 Stafford Thomas(?) E. M Brother-in-law S May 1889 22


Births Mar 1903 Maxted Ethel Mary Mansfield 7b 130 
Maxted, Ethel Mary (I2400)
 

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