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501 never married. MacQuarrie, Dougald (I1752)
502 never married. MacDonald, Alexander (I1769)
503 never married. MacInnis, Flora (I1964)
504 never married. MacDonald, Mary (I2339)
505 never married. MacDonald, Finlay (I2694)
506 never married. As "Emma McDonald" there is a Nova Scotia civil registration death certificate, residence Cape Mabou, Inverness County, NS, who died Nov. 8th, 1925, born 1842, 83 years old, died of old age, November 8, 1925, single, occupation domestic, born Inverness Co, daughter of Archy McDonald b, Scotland, Mary McDonald b. Inverness Co. NS, buried Mabou Catholic Cemetery, November 10th 1925; informant: nephew Angus McDonald, Mabou, N.S. [Angus McDonald is the only child of John MacDonald and Emily's sister Cecily MacDonald)
(Registration Year: 1925 - Book: 90 - Page: 1317)

McDonald Flora F Head W Aug 10 1839 61
McDonald John J. M Adopted son S Jun 15 1885 15
McDonald Emily F Cousin S Feb 8 1843 58
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Poplar Grove, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 35
Subdistrict Number: o
Archives Microfilm: T-6453
(Flora (McDonald) McDonald is the daughter of John McDonald, Emily's paternal uncle) 
MacDonald, Emily (I444)
507 never married. Mabou Pioneers, p. 667 MacInnis, Christina (I1784)
508 never married. Moved to Boston. MacQuarrie, John (I1753)
509 Nickname "Dewey"; see family enumeration on 1900 Federal Census of US, and family history notes in possession of the author.

Date and place of birth is that used on social security application. No birth certificate has been found.

Rothwell/Farrell marriage certificate is # 21813, Manhattan, year 1924.

1n 1940, Harry E. Rothwell was enumerated on the US Census at 3244 34th Street in Queens in a $50/mo. apartment; living alone; education completed up to 8th grade; occupation chauffeur for a general trucking co.; employed 40 hours a week in 1940; employed 52 weeks/year;salary $2,000/year. 
Rothwell, Harry Edward (I164)
510 no issue acc. to MP, p. 670 However this appears to be an error. MacInnis, Mary (I1782)
511 no surviving children. (son Archibald, b. 2 Feb 1884, bap. St. Mary, Mabou, 4 Feb 1884) MacDonald, Isabel (I423)
512 not married. MacDonald, Finlay (I2700)
513 not married. MacDonald, Neil (I2701)
514 not married. MacDonald, Donald (I2702)
515 not married. MacDonald, Christine (I2703)
516 not married. Died at home. Mabou Pioneers, p. 605-610

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Donald MCDONALD M Male Scottish 64 Nova Scotia Farmer Catholic
Catherine MCDONALD Female Scottish 60 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Elezebeth MCDONALD Female Scottish 55 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
Nancy MCDONALD M Female Scottish 53 Nova Scotia Servant Catholic
John MCDONALD Male Scottish 23 USA Farmer 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 141

1891 census of Canada, Port Hood district II
36 PHd2 88 1 McDonald John D. M 35 M Head A NNC Farmer R 1W2/2
36 PHd2 88 2 McDonald Mary F 30 M Wife N NNC
36 PHd2 88 3 McDonald John A. M 10 Son N ANC
36 PHd2 88 4 McDonald Mary Ann F 8 Dau N ANC
36 PHd2 88 5 McDonald Angus M 4 Son N ANC
36 PHd2 88 6 McDonald Christie F 1 Dau N ANC
36 PHd2 88 7 McDonald Catharine F 49 Aunt N SPC Servant Em R
36 PHd2 88 8 McDonald Elezebeth F 64 L. Aunt N SPC
36 PHd2 88 9 Campbell Nancy F 63 W Aunt N SPC (this appears to be Anne MacDonald, widow of Hector Campbell)

Betsey McDonald and Nancy McDonald [sic] appear on the 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Port Hood, INVERNESS, NOVA SCOTIA District Number: 35 Subdistrict Number: r-2
Archives Microfilm: T-6453 
MacDonald, Elizabeth (I380)
517 not yet convinced burial date is of the right Kirstin Olsdotter, widow of Johan Jansson Olsdotter, Kirstin (I1101)
518 Note 2 March 1646 Gunnil Lydersdr born to Lyder Hammarsmed (Norberg) Possibly a sister? Lydertsdotter, Elisabeth (I1128)
519 Note that burial record seems to erroneously give her name as Pahr Olofsson's widow, not Olof Parsson's

There is a problem with her identity she is possibly Hans Hemmingson's ( Hemshyttan-1663 Vad ) daughter (& granddaughter of Hans Holstensson, erroneously identified at some point as Kirstin's father) 
Hansdotter, Kiersti (I665)
520 Note that burial record states her place of death as Naas. It also says (contradicting her husband's burial record) that she had only one child. Mattsdotter, Anna (I1080)
521 Note that her burial record gives her age as 70 years at death. Olsdotter, Karin (I1104)
522 note: Hans Olsson, d. 1719, Fliken, m. Elisabeth Lydertsdotter, d. 1720, Hans being the son of Olof Hansson, d. 1694, Fliken, and Anna Ersdotter, d. 1676, Flängan, Norberg, she was the daughter of Eric Persson, d. 1657, Flängan, Norberg. Olof was the son of Hans Simonsson, d, 1650, Bergsman & Nämdeman in Fliken, Norberg. Olsson, Hans (I1127)
523 note; son William Sutherland's death certificate calls his father Robert's place of birth "Colindale, Port Hood" & Helen McDonnell's Craigmore, Inv. Co." (informant, wife Mary Ann of Colindale)(NS Civ Reg, Inv. Co., Registration Year: 1948 - Book: 1948 - Page: 4089) Sutherland, Robert (I1932)
524 obit: Connecticut Post 12/28/03

MARY H LESLIE 12 Aug 1915 27 Dec 2003 (V)06611 (Trumbull, Fairfield, CT)(none specified) 040-36-6936 Connecticut 
McKinnon, Mary Helen (I1558)
525 Obituary
The State - May 11, 2007 - B4 METRO
WEST COLUMBIA – Roy Gustaf Anderson, died May 9, 2007 at the age of 85, after a long illness. Born October 2, 1921, in Brooklyn, New York, he was the son of the late Charles and Jennie Anderson. Beginning at the age of 21, he served his country during WWII as a Lieutenant, who piloted a B-24 for 51 missions with the 464th Bomber Group. He was a Volunteer Fireman in Baldwin, Long Island for 12 years and retired as Captain. Roy retired after 46 years with NCR in 1987. He was known as a true gentleman, golf enthusiast and clever punster.
Surviving are his wife, Betty J. Anderson, two children, Vicki Graves of Plantation, FL, and Gayle Mosher\Donahue and husband Rob of Biddeford, ME, and four step-children Carl Propson III and wife Linda, Barbara Stopp and husband Charles, Philip Propson and wife Jane, all living in PA, Penny Steward and husband Donnie of Memphis, TN; 15 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by two brothers and one sister.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 6439 Garners Ferry Road, Columbia, SC 29209-1639 [Thompson Funeral Home, West Columbia] 
Anderson, Roy Gustaf (I1395)
526 Obituary Daily News Search at Rootsweb

HAIBECK, John Telford Carl "Todd"; 84; Calgary AB; Lethbridge H; 2002-6-27
HAIBECK, John Telford Carl "Todd"; 84; Calgary AB; Lethbridge H; 2002-6-28
HAIBECK, John Telford Carl "Todd"; 84; Calgary AB; Lethbridge H; 2002-6-29

Occupation: founded "Haico Industries Ltd"

Who's Who In Alberta (1969) Saskatoon: Lyone Publications p. 190
John Telfer Carl Haibeck, businessman

(Todd) John Telfer Carl Haibeck, businessman, was born on May 26, 1918, at Lethbridge, Alta., the son of John and Helen Mae (Flynn) Haibeck. He is Canadian born of Irish and Norwegian parentage. On December 31, 1956, he married Blanche Ostlund, of Sterling, Alta. They have four children: John Telford, Thomas Michael, Suzanne Marie and Barbara Mae. He attended elementary school at Chin, Alta., and high school in Coaldale, Alta. In 1938 and 1939 he attended night classes at the University of Toronto. In 1937 Mr. Haibeck worked in the collection and sales department of Massey Harris, Calgary; 1938-39, accounting and cost studies for production, Massey Harris, Toronto, Ont.; 1940-42 general agent, Massey Harris, Calgary; 1942 to present, owner, General Farm Supplies Ltd., Lethbridge, Alta., and 1946 to date, United Machine Distributors, Calgary, Alta. In 1954 he incorporated Preferred Finance Corp., Ltd., and in 1962 he incorporated Haico Manufacturing Ltd. He remains as president of the above companies. He is a member of the Farm Equipment Wholesalers Association, a Minneapolis, Minnesota Association. Mr. Haibeck is a strong supporter and past president of the John Howard Society. He is a member of the Chinook Club and the Country Club. He served a short time in the Canadian Army. One of his biggest achievements is starting four companies and having them all prosper. His hobbies are business and travelling. He is an active supporter of democracy. His church affiliation is Roman Catholic. His home address is 15-16-20th Ave. A South, Lethbridge, and office address is 3516-24th Ave. South, Lethbridge Alta. 
Haibeck, John Telford Carl "Todd" (I172)
527 On his death certificate, (Registration Year: 1938 - Book: 177 - Page: 380), the informant, his daughter, Mrs. Black, has given his parents names as "George Henry Boutilier" and "Jane Mars", both born in Coxheath. Age, "87 years, 9 months, 28 days";
This must be some kind of a mistake, b/c a George Henry Boutilier of Coxheath, also had a son named Alfred, but moved to Iowa before 1880 (see 1880 U.S. census for example). Not to mention that there is no Jane Mars.

Author cannot find the marriage for Louise Andrews to Alfred. Perhaps the marriage was "informal"??

Household in 1881 Census:
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Alfred BOUTILIER M Male German 27 Nova Scotia Blacksmith Church of England
Sarah J. BOUTILIER M Female Scottish 19 Nova Scotia Church of England
Annie A. E. BOUTILIER Female German <1 Born: Jun; 10/12 Nova Scotia Church of England [Evidently="Annie Alfreda Ettie Boutilier" ]
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 13
Household Number 60

1891 Census Sydney p. 72
Alfred D. Boutilier, 38, blacksmith, employer of 4 read/write
Sarah J. Boutilier, 29 read/write
Ettie Boutilier 11
Wilson Boutilier, 9
Lulu Boutilier, 7
Alfred D? Boutilier, 3
domestic, Grace McArthur, and 4 lodgers (his employees?)
wood 1 story 12 rooms

1903-1904 directory, Sydney:
Boutillier Alfred Blacksmith 443 Charlotte h 441 ditto
Boutilier Louisa widow George h Kings Road
1905-1906 directory, Sydney:
Boutilier Louisa wid George h King's Road
Boutilier Louise, widow, nurse, h King's Road
1914 McAlpine's
Boutilier Alfred blacksmith h Kings Rd
Boutilier Alfred Kings Rd
1928 directory Sydney
Boutilier Alfred D. blacksmith h Kings Road phone 1031 J

Boutillier Alfred M Head W Aug 18 1854 47 blacksmith
Boutillier Ettie F Daughter S Jun 8 1880 20
Boutillier Wilson M Son S Jun 22 1882 18
Boutillier Lullu F Daughter S Jan 15 1884 16 aka "Tina Leona"
Boutillier Valaria F Daughter S Dec 20 1894 6 aka "Ida Valena" died in childhood.
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

Boutilier Alfred M Head M Apr 1857 54 blacksmith
Boutilier Louisa F Wife M Jun 1860 50
Boutilier Thomas M Son S Jul 1890 20
Boutilier Murray M Son S Apr 1897 14
Boutilier William M Son S Oct 1900
1911 Census of Canada/ Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 29 Sydney / page 22-23
(which children here are Alfred's?)

Boutilier, Alfred David (I56)
528 Orlando A. LEWIS, 28, Master Mariner, of Point Edward, to Alexandra H. MUGGAH, 24, of Sydney, (customs officer Chas. & Susan) June 1, 1887 by license at Sydney. Methodist. (NS Civ. Reg. bk 1804 pg 204 no. 31)

Orlando A. Lewis, died 1930 in Sydney, Cape Breton County Registration Year: 1930 - Book: 140 - Page: 635
master mariner, son of Henry J Lewis of Point Edward and Ellen Boutilier of Coxheath. Informant of death Charles R. Lewis of Sydney, son.

The Halifax Herald - August 8, 1930
Cape Breton Captain Dies: Sydney, Aug 7 - One of Cape Breton's few surviving master mariners of the days of wooden ships and iron men, Captain Orlando Lewis, 70, died today at Howie Centre, after an illness of some months. In his day he commanded some of the largest sailing ships out of Sydney. Surviving children are Mrs M.A. McLellan, New Jersey; Roland, Sydney; Harold and Hadley, Montreal. Another son, Leonard was killed in the war.
(Transcription avail. from 
Lewis, Orlando Albert (I1795)
529 p 247 AI:6 Household Examination of 1738-1751, Naas, Hedemora
Anders Bengtsson
Kierstin Hansdotter d 1746
1692 Johan Andersson
h. Kierstin Andersdotter
1726 Anders Jansson
1730 Johannes Jansson
hustru Anna Mattsdotter

p. 117 1731-1743 Household Examination Hedemora Naas
Johan Anderson i dod
hustru Kirsten Andersdotter
modran?? Kirstin Hansdotter?? i dod
son Anders Jansson
son Johan Jansson
hustru Anna Mattsdotter
(words I can't read) followed by

"duot filios pater"
His burial record appears in Hedemora Burial Records, F:2, GENLINE image 2185.32.56300 
Andersson, Johannes (I1082)
530 p. 1048 1759 Husförhörslangd Ivarshyttan

Johan Ericsson 1713 dod 1775
hu. Brita Hansdotter 1711 dod 1759
modr. hu. Catharina Johansdotter 1696 4/21
barn Cathrina 1738 (dod 1773?)
Eric 1740
Johan 1743
Anders 1745

Eric Jansson 1740
hu. Anna Jansdotter 1741
children Johannes 1766
Anna 1769
Anders 1771
Catharina 177? 
Ersson, Johan (I1086)
531 p. 323 Ivarshyttan 1749-1776
1679 dod Eric Johansson
1696 21 April 1771 dod hu. Karin Johansdotter
1665 dod Svarmod hu Kirsten Olsdotter
1713 h? Johan Ersson
1711 h. Brita Hansdotter
dottran Karin bortgift
1731 barn Karin
1740 barn Eric
1743 barn Johan
1745 Anders
Eric Johansson
hustru Anna Johansdotter
svarmor? Elisabeth
1766 Johan
1769 Anders
1775 Catharina
2 hust. Margrta Johnsdotter
barn Stina

p. 242 AI:7 Ivarshyttan
Eric Johansson
hu Karin Johansdotter b. 1696 April 21
svarmor Karin Olsdotter
son Johan 2 February 1713
dott Margareta gift
dott Kerstin gift 1720
Karin 1733
drang Olof
Johan Ericsson
Hustru Brita 
Jansson, Eric (I1084)
532 p. 35 Björkled: left in 1787 for Uppsala. Had a daughter Maja Stina who was born 1/1/1787 in Uppsala. Went to Falun in 1788. Hansdotter, Stina (I540)
533 Parents mistakenly provided in St. Anne's baptism register as Thomas Casey and Catherine MacNeil (sic). Sponsors: Alex and Mary MacMullin.

Name Cath Schofield
Event Type Immigration
Event Date Apr 1921
Event Place Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Gender Female
Age 28
Birthplace Canada
Ship NameCaronia
Affiliate Film Number T-14800
Digital Folder Number 004541446
Image Number 00152
Citing this Record
"Canada Passenger Lists, 1881-1922," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 3 May 2015), Cath Schofield, Apr 1921; citing Immigration, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, T-14800, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

1948 Directory, Glace Bay
Catherine Schoffield r 206 Brookside

Catherine Schofield, died 1964 in Glace Bay, Cape Breton County 
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1964 - Page: 6748

Casey, Catherine (I606)
534 Parents Res. at time of baptism was Sydney River

first cousin once removed of his wife.

Burial appears in St. George, Sydney records as John Andrews, of Coxheath, age 46 
Andrews, John Jacob (I2480)
535 Parents residence, "Spanish River" (baptism record) Andrews, Marianne (I2476)
536 parents' res. at baptism: New Mine(?) Road, Sydney

1871 Census: John Willows is living at Balls Bridge p 3 hh 8 (with the family of William and Maria Andrews) 
Willows, John Charles (I1873)
537 Parents' residence at time of baptism "Spanish River"

1871 Census of Canada Balls Bridge div 2 p 38 hh 122
Joseph Lewis 48 sailor married
Ellen Lewis 45 married no read no write
Elijah Lewis 17 sailor
Joseph Lewis 15 sailor
Orlando Lewis 13 in school
Ellen Lewis 5
Margaret Lewis 3

1881 Census Household:
Joseph LEWIS M Male English 59 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Ellen LEWIS M Female English 55 Nova Scotia Farmer Church of England
Joseph LEWIS Male English 25 Nova Scotia Seaman Church of England
Orlando LEWIS Male English 22 Nova Scotia Church of England
Ellen J. LEWIS Female English 16 Nova Scotia Church of England
Maggie LEWIS Female English 13 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 16
Household Number 58

1st cousin once removed of her spouse.

Boutilier, Barbara Ellen (I48)
538 Parents' residence at time of baptism "Spanish River"

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

Death certificate claims Susan Peach was 89 years old and a widow. John Peach made the return. Nova Scotia Civil Registration, Cape Breton County, Registration Year: 1913 - Book: 22 - Page: 253 - Number: 1517 
Andrews, Susan Sarah (I1634)
539 Parents' residence at time of baptism was Catalone.

Rachel Lee age 11, daughter of James Lee, attended school in Main-a-Dieu teacher William Foyle (From PANS RG 15 Vols 5&6 School Returns Main-a-Dieu 1 June-1 Dec 1839)

Lee, Rachel of Main A Dieu to William Lewis of Coxheath on Feb 6, 1853 (Cape Breton News, Feb 16, 1853)

Nova Scotia Civil Registration Death Certificate, Cape Breton County, year 1911- Book 3 - Page 497 - Number 2997. As Rachel Lewis. Freeman Lewis made the return. 
Ley, Rachel (I1722)
540 Peggie (Craig) Warren was the wife of O.M. Warren: "Peggie [Mrs. Warren]'s father and Casey's mother were brother and sister she married american who never had a good word for England now he loves it after three visits he is retire and he got lots of Doe" (from undated ca 1960 notes by Margaret (Hoy) Tate in possession of the author) O. = Olin Warren

OLIN WARREN 24 Jun 1899 Feb 1968 48204 (Detroit, Wayne, MI) 363-07-1019 Michigan
MARGARET WARREN 20 Feb 1891 Dec 1983 49617 (Beulah, Benzie, MI) 380-72-3393 Michigan

Olin M. Warren, born abt 1900, Michigan, electrician, still alarm, son of Charles (insurance agent) and Mary Warren of Detroit, 1920 Census of Detroit, Detroit Ward 16, Roll T625_815 pg 1A ED 514

From Quebec, SS Leticia, 29 September 1929; Detroit Border Crossings and Crew Lists M1478_14
Margaret Craig single, 36, Occ. furniture rest. Newcastle England last permanent residence, destination Detroit. Going to her uncle John Tate, 5993 Epworth Blvd, Detroit Michigan; contact Mrs. Lillian Hinds, 8 Suffolk Street, Newcastle; seeking permanent residency in the United States.

1930 Federal Census Rol 1054 Detroit Ward 16 ED 533
12166 Greenlawn Avenue
Olin Warran 30 head married [sic? widowed?] married at 2 telephone repairman railroad co.
Charles Warran 6 son
Margaret Craig 34 domestic single emigrated 1929 alien

Olin Merker Warren (or Olin Marker Warren ? ] filled out a WWI draft card; gave his birthdate as 24 June 1899. 
Craig, Margaret (I1412)
541 poss the 98 year old widow b. Scotland d. Judique 27 Sept 1871? (Registration Year: 1871 - Book: 1810 - Page: 61 - Number: 128) MacEachen, Euphemia (I357)
542 possible burial entry in Barra parish records is March 12, 1816 at Kilbar, Ann McDonald. MacDonald, Ann (I515)
543 possible marriage: Christina Andersdotter abt. 4 Oct 1791 Norberg Holstensson, Holsten (I705)
544 possible spouse: Catharina Alexandersdotter 26 Oct 1817 Norberg. Ersson, Holsten (I730)
545 possibly Nils Hansson(?) Unknown, Nils (I1709)
546 possibly remarried to an Elisabeth Olufsdotter before his death? Olsson, Daniel (I1105)
547 possibly the Robert Hymers who died Mar Q 1840 Alston vol 25 p 1 Hymers, Robert (I1073)
548 Possibly:
Eliza Currie, died 1953 in Glace Bay, Cape Breton County
Item can be found in Registration Year: 1953 - Book: 1953 - Page: 3851 
Morrison, Elizabeth (I2295)
549 previously married to Catherine McDonald, who died in 1881 acc. to MP, pp. 508-511 MacDonald, Finlay (I2353)
550 prob died May 7, 1914 at (Glace Bay?) of lockjaw res. Morien burial Morien, Registration Year: 1914 - Book: 24 - Page: 45 - Number: 266 (as Patrick Currey)

11 88 Curry Patrick M Head M Nov 1862 48
12 88 Curry Eliza F Wife M Dec 1864 46
13 88 Curry Freeman M Son S Oct 1886 24 (married 1) 1916 2) 1926)
14 88 Curry Charles M Son S May 1893 18
15 88 Curry Rodrick M Son S Jul 1896 14
16 88 Curry Edger M Son S Aug 1904 6 (died 1928)
17 88 Curry Mary F Daughter S Apr 1891 20
18 88 Curry Tessie F Daughter S Jun 1899 11
19 88 Curry Agnes F Daughter S Sep 1902 9
20 88 Curry Carmella F Daughter S Jan 1907 4 (married 1930)
1911 / Nova Scotia / Cape Breton South / 15 Port Marien poll district / page 10 
Currie, Patrick (I1805)

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