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The Descendants of Thomas Barnard and Mary Cade

Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS1 BARNARD died Aug 19, 1798 in Alconbury, Cum Weston, Huntingdonshire, England. He married MARY CADE.

Notes for THOMAS BARNARD:

Please Note: the Individual Records for this family from "Family Search Pedigree Resource File" has them listed as Barnett/Barnard. See printouts in my library.

Children of THOMAS BARNARD and MARY CADE are:

i. MARY2 BARNARD, b. 1781, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England; m. JOHN DUNKLEY, Jan 08, 1805, Alsonbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England.

More About MARY BARNARD:

Christened: Jun 25, 1781, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

ii. ELIZABETH BARNARD, b. 1783, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England.

More About ELIZABETH BARNARD:

Christened: Feb 16, 1783, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

iii. FRANCES BARNARD, b. 1784, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England.

More About FRANCES BARNARD:

Christened: Oct 14, 1784, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

iv. THOMAS GRIMBALL BARNARD, b. 1786, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England; d. Jun 05, 1796, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England.

More About THOMAS GRIMBALL BARNARD:

Christened: Feb 22, 1786, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

Death Notice: Jun 05, 1796, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

2. v. JABEZ BARNARD, b. Mar 06, 1788, Alconbury, Huntingdon, England; d. Jun 22, 1859, Charlottetown, PEI.

vi. CHARLOTTE BARNARD, b. 1792, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England.

More About CHARLOTTE BARNARD:

Christened: Oct 14, 1792, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

vii. SAMUEL ABBOT BARNARD, b. 1796; d. Sep 25, 1797, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England.

More About SAMUEL ABBOT BARNARD:

Christened: Jul 27, 1796, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

Generation No. 2

2. JABEZ2 BARNARD (THOMAS1)1 was born Mar 06, 1788 in Alconbury, Huntingdon, England1, and died Jun 22, 1859 in Charlottetown, PEI1. He married CATHERINE (KATE) HAWKINS1 Dec 31, 1810 in St. Paul's Anglican Church, Ch'town/Rev. Thomas DesBrisay1, daughter of JOHN HAWKINS and CATHERINE MCCONNOCHI. She was born 1791 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died Sep 25, 1854 in Charlottetown, PEI1.

Notes for JABEZ BARNARD:

Jabez was a carpenter and contractor (Islander Nov. 16, 1849). He emigrated to Prince Edward Island in 1809 from London and has resided nearly ever since in Charlottetown. Soon after his emigration to Prince Edward Island, he was granted land at Lot 47( July 3, 1809-Land Petition, requests a grant of town Lot 47, 5th hundred pasture lot #348 in the Royalty of Charlottetown that he may build on and improve them.). The petition is dated # July 1809, signed 7 July, 1809. Also, he was allowed pasture lot #348 in Charlottetown Royalty and improved them). April 22, 1845, Page 3 of the Royal Gazette he is listed as a Fireman.

In the census of 1848 Jabez and his family are enumerated there. One person was born in England (Jabez) and 7 others were PEI born. The family practiced the Methodist religion. The age breakdown was two females and one male under 16, three females from 16-45, and one male and one female over 60. Jabez was a participant in the "California Association" to search for gold in California.

Jabez and Catherine are buried in Elm Avenue Cemetery, Ch'town. PEI.

Examiner, 27 June, 1859: Jabez Barnard, on the 22nd, age 71. Emigrated in 1809 from London, England: obtained from "From England to PEI" by Peter Gallant, published by the PEI Genealogical Society.

Jabez Barnard owned a house at 348 Euston Street, situated on the north-east corner of Weymouth and Kent Sts. It is strange that the house he built for himself has windows tight to the eaves, almost no roof overhang, and is in a saltbox shape, all characteristics we associate with New England architecture. Ref Pg 70, "Charlottetown The life in its Buildings, written by Irene L. Rogers. Book is in my library of reference books.

275 Kent St., and 277 Kent St. Jabez Barnard, senior, intent on giving his two sons a good start in life, divided lot 41 in the fourth hundred of town lots and gave each son half. The sons Jabez Alder and Silas, carpenters, erected substantial houses from the same pattern as their Fathers and put them up for sale. These houses passed through several owners and all early exterior details of the houses have been eliminated. Inside, however, are mouldings and doors of the pre-1850 period. A photo of both houses is on page 158 of "Charlottetown The life in its Buildings, written by Irene L. Rogers. The Book is in my library of reference books.

In 1831 Isaac and Henry Smith, Nathan Wright and Jabez contracted to build a new Episcopal church in Charlottetown. Through some hardships the building opened on February 10, 1836. This building was torn down when a new one was erected in 1895-96 by William C. Harris.

More About JABEZ BARNARD:

Christened: Mar 07, 1788, Alconbury Cum Weston, Huntingdon, England

Children of JABEZ BARNARD and CATHERINE HAWKINS are:

3. i. ANN CATHARINE3 BARNARD, b. Oct 10, 1811; d. May 30, 1894, Hill's River, Lot 4, PEI/.

ii. SILAS BARNARD1, b. Mar 31, 1812, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. 1812, Charlottetown, PEI1.

Notes for SILAS BARNARD:

The Building at 57 Queen Street was guilt by Silas Barnard for W. R. Watson, druggist and Alexander MacKenzie, confectioner. As described on Page 225 of "Charlottetown The life in its Buildings, written by Irene L. Rogers. The Book is in my library of reference books. It is now known as "The Hyndman Building.

iii. MARY BARNARD1, b. Jun 06, 1813, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Jan 11, 1814, Charlottetown, PEI1.

4. iv. SILAS STEEL BARNARD, b. Aug 30, 1816, Charlottetown, PEI; d. Jan 10, 1897, Merrium Junction, Minnesota, USA.

v. MARY BARNARD1, b. Jun 29, 1817, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Jan 17, 1874, Charlottetown, PEI1; m. BENJAMIN CHAPPELL1, Dec 28, 1842, Charlottetonw, PEI, by Wm. Smith, Wesleyan Minister1; b. , England1.

Notes for BENJAMIN CHAPPELL:

171-173 King Street. This obviously altered house was built by Benjamin Chappell, junior, just after 1855. Read more on Page 173 of "Charlottetown, The life in its Buildings" written by Irene L. Rogers. This book is in my reference Library.

5. vi. JABEZ ALDER BARNARD, b. Jan 10, 1820, Charlottetown, PEI; d. Jun 17, 1892, Grand Rapids Michigan.

vii. ANN BARNARD1, b. Sep 21, 1822, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. 1822, Charlottetown, PEI1.

6. viii. ANN BARNARD, b. Aug 02, 1824, Charlottetown, PEI; d. Apr 04, 1873, Charlottetown, PEI.

ix. THOMAS GRIMBULL BARNARD1, b. Aug 28, 1826, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Dec 25, 1916, Los Angeles, California1; m. (1) ELIZA HAYES1, Sep 23, 1849, Rochester, New Hampshire1; m. (2) SARAH J. NOYES1, Dec 02, 1872, Chicago, Cook Co. Illinois, USA1; m. (3) ELVIRA EMERSON WEBB YOUNG1, Nov 30, 1874, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA1.

More About THOMAS GRIMBULL BARNARD:

Burial: Minneapolis, Minnesota.1

x. ELIZABETH BARNARD1, b. May 26, 1829, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Jan 21, 1893, Charlottetown, PEI1; m. JAMES BEALS HODGSON1, Aug 10, 1854, Charlottetown, PEI1.

7. xi. MARGARET BARNARD, b. May 26, 1829, Charlottetown, PEI; d. Jan 19, 1898, Charlottetown, PEI.

xii. AMELIA BENJAMINA BARNARD1, b. May 02, 1833, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. May 20, 1904, Los Angeles, California, USA1; m. JOHN S. FALL1, Jul 31, 1856, Charlottetown, PEI1.

xiii. JANE MARIA BARNARD1, b. May 02, 1833, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Feb 17, 1889, Charlottetown, PEI1; m. URIAH MATTHEW1, Jul 29, 1863, Charlottetown, PEI, by Rev. John Brewster.1; b. Apr 10, 1816, Devonshire, England1; d. Dec 17, 1882, Charlottetown Peoples Cemetery, Charlottetown, PEI1.

Notes for URIAH MATTHEW:

The Examiner, Aug. 3, 1863, Pg. 3. at Charlottetown on the 29th ult, by Rev. John Brewster, Mr. Uriah Mathew, to Miss Jane M. Barnard, both of this city.

More About URIAH MATTHEW:

Burial: Brackley, Lot 33-4 Stone 3631

xiv. JOHN FREDERICK BARNARD1, b. May 28, 1836, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Jun 17, 1921, Detroit Michigan, USA1.

Generation No. 3

3. ANN CATHARINE3 BARNARD (JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Oct 10, 18111, and died May 30, 1894 in Hill's River, Lot 4, PEI/1. She married JOHN HODGSON1 Jan 13, 1832 in Charlottetown, PEI, by Rev. L.C.Jenkins, Rector of Charlotte Parish.1, son of RICHARD HODGSON and MARY BEALS. He was born Jul 09, 1809 in Shirpenbeck, Yorkshire, England1, and died Sep 20, 1873 in Hope River, Lot 22, PEI1.

Notes for ANN CATHARINE BARNARD:

Also known as Katherine. see file "Past and present of PEI."

More About ANN CATHARINE BARNARD:

Bapt: Nov 16, 1811, Charlottetown, Queens Co,m PEI1

Burial: Jun 01, 1894, Cavendish, P E I1

More About JOHN HODGSON:

Bapt: Jul 16, 1809, Skirpenbeck, E.R.Y. England 1

Burial: Cavendish Presbyterian Cem. Stone #153, Cavendish, PEI1

Occupation: Carpenter/Faramer1

Children of ANN BARNARD and JOHN HODGSON are:

i. RICHARD4 HODGSON1, b. Oct 15, 1834, Charlottetown, PEI1.

ii. HANNAH ANN HODGSON1, b. Apr 28, 1836, Charlottetown, PEI1; m. GEORGE R. GARRETT1; b. , Murray Harbor South1.

8. iii. WILLIAM HODGSON, b. Apr 28, 1838, Charlottetown, PEI; d. 1920, Malpeque, PEI.

9. iv. JABEZ BARNABAS SHAW HODGSON, b. Mar 25, 1841, Charlottetown, PEI; d. Tryon, PEI.

v. KATHERINE MARY HODGSON1, b. Jul 04, 1843, Charlottetown, PEI1; m. JOHN LOCKARBY1.

10. vi. SILAS FREDERICK HODGSON, b. Dec 13, 1846, Hope River, Lot 22, PEI.

vii. THOMAS GRIMBALD HODGSON1, b. Feb 06, 1849, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Alberton, PEI1.

viii. JAMES BEAL HODGSON1, b. Jul 28, 1852, Charlottetown, PEI1.

4. SILAS STEEL3 BARNARD (JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Aug 30, 1816 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died Jan 10, 1897 in Merrium Junction, Minnesota, USA1. He married (1) JANE HAWKINS WILLIAMS1 Jan 26, 1843 in Charlottetown, PEI by L. C. Jenkins, Rector1. She was born Abt. 18171, and died Mar 24, 1863 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island1. He married (2) ELLEN MARTIN1 Jan 23, 1865 in Charlottetown, PEI, by Rev. Alex Faulkner1.

Notes for SILAS STEEL BARNARD:

On 17 April 1855, an Act was passed in the Ligislature "to incorporate the Town of Charlotte Town under the name, style, and title of the city of Charlottetown." Elections were held for the selection of "fit and proper persons to act as Mayor and Common Councillors for the ensuing year." Fit and proper persons were required to possess freehold or leasehold estate in the city valued at 200 pounds. Robert Hutchinson was elected the first mayor. The councilmen were: Ward 1, Benjamin Davies and Robert Longworth: Ward 2, John C. McDonald and Donald McIsaac; Ward 3, Silas Barnard and Artemas G. Sims; etc. See further details on Page 279 and 280 of "Charlottetown The life in its Buildings, written by Irene L. Rogers. The Book is in my library of reference books.

Hutchinson's PEI Directory of 1864 lists Bro. Silas Barnard, Worshipful Master of St. John's Lodge No. 562, on Water St. Ch'town.

Brother Silas suffered a loss by fire in 1861 and the Victoria Lodge #2, Charlottetown, collected 50 pounds (approx $150) to aid him in his time of need.

On 17 April 1855

Notes for JANE HAWKINS WILLIAMS:

The Examiner, March 30, 1863. Mrs. Jane H. Barnard. On Tuesday evening the 24th instant after an illness of 3 weeks, Jan H. the beloved wife of Mr. Silas Barnard of this city aged 46 years.

Children of SILAS BARNARD and JANE WILLIAMS are:

i. HENRY4 BARNARD1, b. Aug 20, 18441.

ii. FRANKLIN BARNARD1, b. May 15, 18481.

iii. CATHERINE ANN BARNARD1, b. Jan 21, 18501.

iv. GEORGE BIRNIE BARNARD1, b. Jan 19, 18561.

5. JABEZ ALDER3 BARNARD (JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Jan 10, 1820 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died Jun 17, 1892 in Grand Rapids Michigan1. He married SARAH ANN MOORE1 Jan 01, 1841 in by Wm. Smith, Wesleyan Minister, Charlottetown, PEI1, daughter of JAMES MOORE and SARAH COLLINGS. She was born Mar 17, 1821 in Cascumpec, PEI1, and died Sep 29, 1907 in Grand Rapids Michigan1.

Children of JABEZ BARNARD and SARAH MOORE are:

11. i. LOUISE SARAH4 BARNARD, b. Oct 15, 1841.

ii. EMMA AMELIA BARNARD1, b. 18441; m. GEORGE LORD1; b. Jan 01, 18411.

12. iii. BERTRAM WEBB BARNARD, b. 1846.

iv. CATHERINE BARNARD1, b. 18481; m. W. F. SHEDD1.

13. v. SARAH C. BARNARD, b. 1850.

6. ANN3 BARNARD (JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Aug 02, 1824 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died Apr 04, 1873 in Charlottetown, PEI1. She married EDWARD MOORE1 Feb 11, 1845 in by Rev. J. B. Strong1, son of JAMES MOORE and SARAH COLLINGS. He was born Mar 17, 1823 in Cascumpec, Prince Edward Island, Canada1, and died Jan 17, 1909 in Charlottetown, Prince EI1.

Notes for ANN BARNARD:

Moore: Charlottetown, Elm Ave., Cemetery, Stone 220 - St. Pauls Anglican - Ann, wife of Edward Moore, died April 4, 1873 (age 48) also died Feb. 21, 1868, James Moore, also Sarah, wife of James.

Notes for EDWARD MOORE:

1848 Census: Edward Moore - Baker - religion - Methodist - Brig "Fanny" 1849-50 Company Member Ch'town to San Francisco. 1 F under 16 (Sarah) 1 M 16 - 45 1 F 16 - 45

In 1849 Edward caught "Gold Fever" when news of recent events in California travelled to PEI. Others caught it too, so a "California Association" was formed to buy a ship. The crew of the ship, named the Fanny, bound for the golden state with 3 passengers and 40 members of the company. Among the members were Edward Moore, baker: his brother William Moore, clerk: their brother, George Moore, accountant, and Edwards father-in-law, Jabez Barnard, builder. The ship set sail on Nov. 12, 1849, travelled from Charlottetown to Cape St. Roque off South America, Bahia (Salvador), Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Valparaiso tho their destination, San Francisco, California.

1858 Surveyors License granted to Edward May 4, License Book 6 Page 100

Marriage: Moore, Edward - Argus March 17, 1874 Page 3. In this city on the 13th inst by Rev. D. D. Currie, Mr. Edward Moore to Miss Sarah Smith, both of Charlottetown.

Hutchinson's PEI Directory of 1864 lists Edward as a "Surveyor of Lumber".

1881 Census: Moore, Edward Religion - Methodist, Wharfinger House #138

Edward Male 58 Born PEI

Sarah Fem 43 BornOntario (nee Smith)

Alice Fem 19 PEI (dau of Edward & Ann)

Brow, Eliza Leah Fem 22 PEI (Sarah's Sister)

Moore: Edward, Esq. Daily Examiner, 8 Feb. 1884 Pg 2. Married: At the residence of Edward Moore, Esq. brother-in-law of the bride, by the Rev. John W. Wadman, Miss E. Leah Brow, to Mr. Alex S. Urquhart, both of this city.

1891 Census: Moore, Edward Rel. Methodist, Lumber Surveyor

Edward Male 64 Married

Letitia Fem. 34 Wife

McKenzie,Georgia Fem. 16 GrandDaughter(daughter of Sarah Moore & Robert MacKenzie)

Webster,Jane Fem 25 Wife's Sister Dressmaker

1901 Census..listed as Sawyer and tinsmith. [Brøderbund Family Archive #118, Ed. 1, Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s - 1900s, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2001, Internal Ref. #1.118.1.61115.18]

Individual: Moore, Edward Event: Living Year: 1871 Place: Charlottetown, Charlotte

Province of record source: Prince Edward Island County of record source: Queen's

Comments: Wharfinger, surveyor.

Source: Prince Edward Island Directory for 1871. Publisher: The Genealogical Research Library

Publication place: Toronto Publication year: 1984 Volume/Page(s): 13

Mentioned as a Member of #2 Fire Engine Co. in 1845.

More About EDWARD MOORE:

1901 Census: Apr 11, 1901, living on Weymouth St. Charlottetown1

Children of ANN BARNARD and EDWARD MOORE are:

i. THOMAS4 MOORE1, b. 18461.

14. ii. SARAH AMELIA MOORE, b. Aug 09, 1848, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada; d. May 27, 1887, Alberton, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

iii. ALBERT MOORE1, b. 18521.

iv. BENJAMIN BARNARD MOORE1, b. Mar 04, 18561.

v. JAMES SUTCLIFFE MOORE1, b. Sep 26, 1857, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Oct 15, 1861, Charlottetown, PEI1.

vi. ARTHUR EDWARD MOORE1, b. May 29, 18591.

vii. JOHN FREDERICK MOORE1, b. Mar 25, 18601.

15. viii. ALICE MOORE, b. Sep 13, 1861; d. May 28, 1920.

7. MARGARET3 BARNARD (JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born May 26, 1829 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died Jan 19, 1898 in Charlottetown, PEI1. She married JOHN WHEAR1 May 26, 1859 in Charlottetown, PEI1. He was born Nov 05, 1825 in Kilkhampton, Cornwall, England1, and died Feb 17, 1899 in Charlottetown, PEI1.

More About MARGARET BARNARD:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 1851

Notes for JOHN WHEAR:

Sherwood Cemetery-Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 185: Whear

1891 Census: Weir (Whear) John Age 60 Head of house Wooden 1.5 (1 1/2 story) 9 rooms parents born in England. Methodist Religion

Margaret 58 wife Fr. Born Eng Mo born PEI

John F. 24 son Eng PEI

Hammond 22 son Eng PEI

Louis L. 21 son Eng. PEI

Minnie 17 dau Eng. PEI

271 Kent Street, Charlottetown, the central door with its attractive fanlight and sun motif seem to invite one into this pleasing, well-cared-for home. It was build by John Whear, carpenter, about the time of his marriabge to Margaret Barnard in 1859. See page 158 in "Charlottetown The life in its Buildings, written by Irene L. Rogers. The Book is in my library of reference books. A photo of the house is on that page.

More About JOHN WHEAR:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 1851

Children of MARGARET BARNARD and JOHN WHEAR are:

16. i. JESSIE ANN4 WHEAR, b. 1863; d. 1918.

ii. FREDERICK WHEAR1, b. 18651.

17. iii. JOHN F. WHEAR, HON., b. Jan 01, 1867, Charlottetown, PEI; d. 1951.

iv. LOUIS GEORGE BARNARD WHEAR1, b. Apr 24, 1870, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. 19451; m. MAUD COOK1; b. 18751; d. 19081.

Notes for LOUIS GEORGE BARNARD WHEAR:

This name is shown as Louis D. age 10 in the 1881 Census of PEI House 139 family 143 in Charlottetown Div. 2.

He is listed as a member of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons and the Sons of England. A man of strong personality, genuione worth and pleasing address, he is well liked by all who know him. Thus is his description in "PEI Past & Present" a copy is in my library.

He was a well known member of the firm of Weeks and Company of Charlottetown. The house of Weeks and Company is one of the substantial business houses of Charlottetown and has long enjoyed the confidence and patronage of the best classes of people.

More About LOUIS GEORGE BARNARD WHEAR:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 1851

More About MAUD COOK:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 1851

v. KATIE WHEAR1, b. 18721.

vi. MINNIE WHEAR1, b. 18751; d. 19581; m. // BLENKHORN1.

More About MINNIE WHEAR:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 1851

Generation No. 4

8. WILLIAM4 HODGSON (ANN CATHARINE3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Apr 28, 1838 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died 1920 in Malpeque, PEI1. He married BARBARA ANN OWEN. She was born 1842 in Malpeque, PEI, and died 1923 in Malpeque, PEI.

Notes for WILLIAM HODGSON:

William, from Hope River & Charlottetown lived on the road leading to Keir's Wharf. The house was later owned by Russell and Ruby Craig, parents of Sandar (Craig) Linkletter. Wife of Tom Offer's best friend.

William owned a store in Malpeque.

Children of WILLIAM HODGSON and BARBARA OWEN are:

i. HANNAH5 HODGSON, m. FULTON MACGOUGAN; b. Malpeque, PEI.

ii. LAURA HODGSON.

iii. ALICE HODGSON.

iv. HARRY HODGSON, b. 1879, Malpeque, PEI; d. 1947; m. JANIE D. GARDINER; b. 1871; d. 1947.

v. RUSSELL HODGSON.

vi. KATHERINE HODGSON, b. 1872; m. WILLIAM THOMPSON.

9. JABEZ BARNABAS SHAW4 HODGSON (ANN CATHARINE3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Mar 25, 1841 in Charlottetown, PEI1, and died in Tryon, PEI1. He married MARY CLARKE1 Sep 26, 18671, daughter of JOHN CLARK. She was born in Rustico, PEI1.

Notes for JABEZ BARNABAS SHAW HODGSON:

Jabez was a successful and well known fruit grower of Lot 28. See more in the binder "Past & Present of PEI, in my Library. He owns one hundred and forty acres of splendid land, but does little farming himself, this part of the work being done by his son, while he devotes his time to fruit growing.

Children of JABEZ HODGSON and MARY CLARKE are:

i. LUCILLA ANN5 HODGSON1, b. Aug 10, 1869, Hill's River, Lot 4, PEI1; d. Mar 20, 1950, New Westminster, British Columbia1; m. JOHN MELVILLE ARTHUR1, Jul 25, 1900, in Kinistino, Saskatchewan1; b. Mar 15, 1873, Elmsdale, PEI1; d. Mar 01, 1946, Surrey, British Columbia1.

ii. CATHERINE HODGSON1, b. Apr 18, 1871, Tryon, PEI1; d. May 08, 18751.

iii. JOHN FULTON HODGSON1, b. Jan 06, 18731; m. EDNA LEA1.

iv. CHARLOTTE GEDDE HODGSON1, b. Nov 06, 1874, Hill's River, Lot 4, PEI1; d. Jan 09, 1905, Nanton, Alberta1; m. DAVID J. MCKAY1, Nov 06, 19021; b. 1870, Darnley, PEI1; d. Aug 1933, Donalda, Alberta1.

v. ANNA A. HODGSON1, b. May 17, 18771; d. Calgary, Alberta1.

vi. MARY HANNAN HODGSON1, b. Jan 13, 1881, Tryon, PEI1; d. Mar 08, 18811.

vii. BERTHA M. HODGSON1, b. Mar 01, 18841.

10. SILAS FREDERICK4 HODGSON (ANN CATHARINE3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Dec 13, 1846 in Hope River, Lot 22, PEI1. He married ELIZA HELEN MUIRHEAD1 May 28, 18731, daughter of JAMES MUIRHEAD, HON.. She was born Mar 14, 1858 in Summerside, PEI1.

Notes for SILAS FREDERICK HODGSON:

LSilas for a number of years was officially connected with the PEI Railway and was connted among the representative citizens of Charlottetown. Listed in Meacham's 1880 Illustrated Historical Atlas of PEI as Chief Clerk, Mercantile Dept. P. E. I. R.

Silas is an active member of the First Methodist church and fraternally is a member of the Masonic Order, and has attained the Royal Arch Degree, he is a past master of the blue lodge and the deputy grand master as well as a representative to the Grand Lodge of Vermont, USA.

A member of the Independent Order of Foresters and the Sons of England.

More About SILAS FREDERICK HODGSON:

1901 Census: Apr 1901, Methodist Religion, Store Keeper for PEI Railway1

Children of SILAS HODGSON and ELIZA MUIRHEAD are:

i. FRED5 HODGSON1, b. Abt. 18741; d. Chicago, Illinois, USA1.

Notes for FRED HODGSON:

According to "PEI Past and Present" bood (a copy is in my library) Fred was a graduate of Bryant and Stratton Business College in Chicago Illinois and resides there, being employed by C. F. Birtman Company, manufacturers of electro-therapeutic aparatus.

ii. NELLIE M. HODGSON1, b. Abt. 18751.

Notes for NELLIE M. HODGSON:

Nellie graduated with honors from Prince of Wales College and is head teacher of stenography in McLauchlan University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. See "PEI Past & Present" in my library.

iii. ETHEL M. HODGSON1, b. Jan 26, 1879, Charlottetown, PEI1.

iv. LAURA C. HODGSON1, b. Nov 01, 1881, Charlottetown, PEI1; d. Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA1.

Notes for LAURA C. HODGSON:

1901 Census shows, living at home and earning $175. per year.

More About LAURA C. HODGSON:

1901 Census: Apr 1901, Methodist Religion, Book Store Clerk1

v. HAROLD C. HODGSON1, b. Nov 20, 1884, Charlottetown, PEI1.

Notes for HAROLD C. HODGSON:

Harold is a relief telegraph operator and agent in the employ of the PEI Railway.

vi. HATTIE M. HODGSON1, b. Jul 10, 1885, Charlottetown, PEI1.

vii. JANIE M. HODGSON1, b. Jun 09, 1888, Charlottetown, PEI1.

viii. GORDON ARTHUR HODGSON1, b. Nov 11, 1895, Charlottetown, PEI1.

11. LOUISE SARAH4 BARNARD (JABEZ ALDER3, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Oct 15, 18411. She married JOHN DAVIS, REV. M. A.1. He was born 1831 in Liverpool, England1, and died Aug 14, 1875 in Brackley, PEI1.

Notes for JOHN DAVIS, REV. M. A.:

"From England to PEI" by Peter Gallant, published by the PEI Genealogical Society. The Rev. John Davis, M.A., died 14 August, 1875, age 72. A native of Liverpool, England, for 46 years a faithful minister of the gospel...this stone erected by his friends of the Baptist in Charlottetown where he was pastor for 18 years. Sherwood Lto 33-4- Stone 595

More About JOHN DAVIS, REV. M. A.:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Lot 33-4 Stone 5951

Children of LOUISE BARNARD and JOHN DAVIS are:

i. MINNIE I.5 DAVIS1, m. HERVEY J. NEILAND1.

ii. GERALD KENT DAVIS1.

12. BERTRAM WEBB4 BARNARD (JABEZ ALDER3, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born 18461. He married JENNIE HIGGENBOTHAM1.

Children of BERTRAM BARNARD and JENNIE HIGGENBOTHAM are:

i. JENNIE5 BARNARD1, m. ROBERT BLAKE1.

ii. ETHEL BARNARD1, m. N. COUGAR1.

iii. BERTRAM BARNARD1, m. BLANCHE NEWTON1.

iv. EDWARD BARNARD1.

v. GLADYS BARNARD1.

13. SARAH C.4 BARNARD (JABEZ ALDER3, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born 18501. She married WILLIAM E. KNOX1.

Children of SARAH BARNARD and WILLIAM KNOX are:

i. EMMA5 KNOX1, m. HERBERT FAIRFIELD1.

ii. EDITH KNOX1.

iii. SADIE KNOX1, m. FRANK REID1.

iv. ELIZABETH KNOX1.

v. WILLIAM FRANKLIN KNOX1, b. Jan 01, 18741; d. Apr 24, 19441; m. ANNIE REID1; b. Oct 13, 18751; d. Sep 22, 19581.

14. SARAH AMELIA4 MOORE (ANN3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)1 was born Aug 09, 1848 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada1, and died May 27, 1887 in Alberton, Prince Edward Island, Canada1. She married (1) JOHN ROBERT MACKENZIE1 Sep 28, 1870 in by George J. Milligan, Wesleyan Minister,Charlottetown, PEI1, son of JOHN MACKENZIE and MARGARET WOOLNER. He was born Jan 08, 1846 in Cavendish, PEI1, and died Aug 09, 1879 in Goshen, Henderson County, Texas, USA1. She married (2) ALEXANDER ROBERT MEGGISON1 Jul 31, 1881 in Alberton, PEI, by Rev. A. F. Carr, Anglican Minister1, son of THOMAS MEGGISON and ELEANOR MCALDUFF. He was born Aug 20, 1842 in Mill River, Lot 5, Prince Edward Island, Canada1, and died May 06, 1926 in Riverton, Cherokee County, Kansas, USA1.

Notes for SARAH AMELIA MOORE:

Sarah Amelia Moore, married John Robert MacKenzie Sept. 28, 1870. On their wedding day Edward Moore presented his Daughter with a bible and stated that it was "A Gift", this bible is in the possession of Shelly (Boekema)MacLeod(Janet, William Elton, Wm. Maxwell MacKenzie,John MacLean Robertson).

Photo copies of the pertinent pages is in my "Document" file in my Library(Rita Offer) They lived on PEI in Alberton, as Alice Rachel was born there in 1873, some time thereafter they heading to the USA, where in Sept of 1875 twin girls were born, Georgina Paschal and Mary Wilson Larue (Laroc). Some time in the next two to three years they travelled to Goshen, Henderson County, Texas where Mattie Snow, named after the Dr. Snow who assisted at her birth, was born in June of 1878. The next year in January 1879 Mary Wilson passed away and is buried in the Goshen Cemetry which is the only reminder of the town that once was there. in July of that same year Edward Robert "Bob" was born and shortly after John Robert was killed on Aug. 9, when he gave up his life to stop a runaway team of horses. Ironically enough some thirty-two years later John Herman Robertson, Matties brother-in-law was to suffer the same fate, both widows lost husbands and gained? medals. John Roberts widow was given a medal to honor him and sometime within the next year Sarah, with baby Bob, Mattie (just over 1 year) and Georgina (about 4 ) travelled back to Canada and PEI. The 1881 Census shows Sarah as living in Alberton, where she taught piano lessons in her home to help support her. Tom Offer (grandson of Mattie) possess the school bell that belonged to Sarah and was believed to have been used by her to teach school in Texas, as told to us by Nannie, Mattie Snow "MacKenzie" Robertson.

CENSUS 1881, Lot 4 (Alberton) McKenzie, Sarah/ F/ 32, PEI, Georgina P./ F./ 6, USA. Mattie S./F./3,/ USA Edward R./M./2/ USA., shortly thereafter Sarah married Alexander Meggison and sent Georgina to live with her Grandfather Edward Moore in Charlottetown and Mattie and Edward were sent to their Grandfather MacKenzie in Cavendish. More on Sarah and her life with Alexander Meggison in the files on "Meggisons".

Notes for JOHN ROBERT MACKENZIE:

In the 1871 Lovell's Directory for Alberton John Robert is listed as Blacksmith, and later as a Carpenter.

ON FILE A letter received from the Henderson County Historical Society for the Goshen Cemetery: In volume 1, Cemetery Records of Henderson County (Out of Print) on Page 94, the following notations: Goshen Cemetery McKenzie, J. Robert, Died Aug 9, 1879 Age 32 yrs. 7 mos. "To My Beloved Husband" Knights of Honor Lodge #1135. also see Mary W. L. daughter. It is unknown why John Robert would leave Alberton, PEI and head to Saginaw Michigan with a wife and young daughter Alice, and after the birth of twin girls and the death of Alice, then 2 yrs of age, would once again travel farther south to Goshen, Texas, now a ghost town. Goshen, located on the Smith Robinson Survey on the Tyler to Porter's Bluff Road (6 miles east of Eustace). One of the early major trading centers in Henderson County. The first business was a general merchandise established in 1870 by Murchison, Coleman and Warren. The second business was established by John K. Jones which dissolved in 1881, and reopened and continued until 1885. Another business was J.O. Gossett, Carpenter and Cabinets, unknown when started, could this be where John Robert worked. See documents in Document binder in Library.

One of the twin girls, Mary, passed away in Goshen, at the age of 3 1/2, and two more children, Mattie in 1878 and Robert in 1879 were born. John Robert died in August of 1879 stopping a team of runaway horses and shortly thereafter Sarah his widow left Texas to return to Canada. This was a spunky lady to travel the length of the continent with 3 small children in tow. More on Sarah's life is in her file. [Brøderbund Family Archive #118, Ed. 1, Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s - 1900s, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2001, Internal Ref. #1.118.1.56826.12]

Individual: McKenzie, John Robert

Event: Living

Year: 1871

Place: Alberton, Egmont, Twp 4

Province of record source: Prince Edward Island

County of record source: Prince

Comments: General blacksmith.

Source: Prince Edward Island Directory for 1871.

Publisher: The Genealogical Research Library

Publication place: Toronto

Publication year: 1984

Volume/Page(s): 1

Please note: The province and county are associated with the location of the record source and in some cases may not be the same as the place where the event occurred.

Notes for ALEXANDER ROBERT MEGGISON:

More information about Alexander Meggison is in the files under Meggison, this information was received from

Children of SARAH MOORE and JOHN MACKENZIE are:

i. ALICE RACHEL5 MACKENZIE1, b. Jun 22, 1873, Alberton, PEI1; d. Jun 04, 1875, Saginaw, Michigan, USA1.

ii. GEORGINA PASCHAL MACKENZIE1, b. Sep 25, 1875, Saginaw, Michigan, USA1; m. W. M. TAYLOR1; d. , Moncton, N. B.1.

Notes for GEORGINA PASCHAL MACKENZIE:

Returned to PEI with Mother prior to 1881 as she is listed on Census as living in Alberton, but in the 1891 Census is listed as living with Edward Moore, Ch'town, her Grandfather. Wherabouts of Georgie after this is unknown to this writer.

iii. MARY WILSON LAROE MACKENZIE1, b. Sep 25, 1875, Saginaw, Michigan, USA1; d. Jan 23, 1879, Goshen, Henderson County, Texas, USA1.

Notes for MARY WILSON LAROE MACKENZIE:

ON FILE A letter containing information on the "Goshen Cemetery:: in volume 1, Cemetery Records of Henderson County (out of Print) on Page 94 the following notations: McKenzie, Mary W. L. dau. of J. R. & S. A. McKenzie, Died Jan. 19, 1879. Aged 3 yrs 4 mos. This letter was written to Shelley MacLeod by Frank E. LaRue, Jr. of Athens Texas, Historian for The Goshen Cemetery. Goshen is now a Ghost Town and only the Cemetery remains. Mary's name in the bible reads Mary Wilson Laroc or Larue??? We have decided to go with Larue since the Larue's were prominent citizens of Goshen

iv. MATTIE SNOW MACKENZIE1, b. Jun 21, 1878, Goshen, Henderson County, Texas, USA1; d. Oct 31, 1965, Summerside, PEI1; m. WILLIAM ELTON ROBERTSON1, Jul 27, 18981; b. Sep 01, 1871, Mayfield, Cavendish, PEI1; d. Apr 13, 1952, Summerside, PEI1.

Notes for MATTIE SNOW MACKENZIE:

The name "Snow" in Nannies name came from the Doctor who delivered her. I remember the times that Tom and I used to go out to Louthers in Bedeque to visit Nannie, she was always a sharp old lady and if the paper was hidden she would say "What's going on that they won't let me read the paper". When we told her that we were getting married (Me being a Catholic and Tom a Presbyterian) Nannie laughed and said "And what does McKay (Pronounced McKie/Presbyterian Minister) think of that. Nannie loved her "Spoonful" of brandy before bed and Tom and I took her a bottle about every month and it was not until after her passing that we found out that other relatives were doing about the same so Nannie had more than a Spoon before bed. Just before her death she was in the hospital with pneumonia and the Nurse went into her room one night to find her sitting up in a chair. "What are you doing in that chair, you'll have to get back in bed", "No" said Nannie "I'm not getting into that bed as I can't sleep with all that crackling and I haven't had my Brandy" (Nan was in an oxygen tent and they were like a huge plastic bag around the bed and they did crackle). I remember the night Nannie died, Tom, Paul and I were having supper at our apartment on Granville St. and Paul dropped his knife and it landed in his milk glass, handle down, and no milk spilled and the glass didn't break. Right away I turned to Tom and said "Someone in your family is going to die tonight", this was my Irish upbringing - fore runners they were called. It was just a half hour later that Tom's Mom phoned to say that Nannie had passed away.

More About MATTIE SNOW MACKENZIE:

Burial: Nov 03, 1965, Peoples Cemetery, Summerside, PEI1

Notes for WILLIAM ELTON ROBERTSON:

The Robertson's lived on the farm of Grandfather John McLean Robertson who willed the 83 Acre farm in Cavendish to Elton, with the stipulation that Elton look after his Grandmother Isabella. When the farmhouse burned down the only things that were recovered were the Family clock, which now belongs to William Ernest Robertson, and is being kept for him by Tom Offer, the organ was also saved and later made into two tables, one is owned by Frances Offer, daughter of Elton, and the other by Enid Boekema, daughter of late Janet Mill, daughter of Elton. The other two legs of the organ were given in payment to the maker of the tables for his labour. Grandfather, "Pa", Robertson moved to Summerside from Cavendish in 1913 and ranched at St. Patricks Ranch on the Pope Road in St. Eleanors, in 1920 he became a mail courier for Sherbrooke and Travellers Rest retiring in 1940.

He then looked after horses for Elmer Offer, husband of Frances, that were used for Milk delivery for Ideal Dairy and the horses were housed in a barn, since torn down, on St. Stephen Street, behind the Guardian Office. Pa loved horses and was an expert horseman, we have a photo of him on a cart with one of his horses.

He taught Tom, grandson, son of Frances, how to swear and one time Pa told Tom to tell Mr. McKenna, who operated a bakery in the old Agricultural Building that used to be on Central Street, that he was a "Dirty Son of a B----". Tom ran up to Mr. McKenna and said "Pa said to say you were a Dirty Son of a B----". Needless to say Mr. McKenna chewed out Pa.

"pa" was a mail carried for the Travellers Rest area and we have the Renewal contract for 1937 on file, in the Documents binder in my Library. He was 66 at the time.

More About WILLIAM ELTON ROBERTSON:

Burial: Apr 15, 1952, Peoples Cemetery, Summerside, PEI1

v. EDWARD ROBERT "BOB" MACKENZIE1, b. Jul 11, 1879, Goshen, Henderson County, Texas, USA1; d. Nov 24, 1941, Souris, PEI1; m. (1) CATHERINE "KATIE" BERNARD1, Abt. 19021; b. Dec 01, 1885, Long River, PEI1; d. Oct 05, 1903, Long River, PEI1; m. (2) ELIZABETH (BESSIE) BERNARD1, Abt. 19091; b. Jan 12, 1884, Long River, Lot 20, PEI1; d. 1921, Souris, PEI1; m. (3) REBECCA JANE JENKINS1, Aug 15, 1923, by Rev. G. C. Taylor1; b. Jun 02, 1881, Dundas, PEI1; d. Oct 09, 1929, Mt. Stewart, PEI1; m. (4) CLARA BELL JENKINS1, 19301; b. Feb 02, 1888, Dundas, PEI1; d. 1959, Souris, PEI1.

Notes for EDWARD ROBERT "BOB" MACKENZIE:

Souris, West Union Cemtry - Robert E. McKenzie/ 1879 - 1941/ his wife/ Elizabeth Bernard/ 1884 - 1921/ their children// Lucretia - Georgie - John// also his wives/ Rebecca Jenkins/ Clara Bell Downe

Maple Leaf Magazine, May/June 1942, pg 51, col3. In Charlottetown on March 13, Robert MacKenzie aged 63, a farmer and fisherman of Cable Head West. Deceased died suddenly at the railway station while waiting for a train, after attending a meeting of the Executive committee of the Fisherman's Union.

More About EDWARD ROBERT "BOB" MACKENZIE:

Burial: Union Cemetery Souris West, PEI1

Notes for CATHERINE "KATIE" BERNARD:

McKenzie: Geddie Memorial Cemetery, New London, Stone 216

In/Memory of/ Katie/ wife of/ Robert E./ McKenzie/ died/ Oct. 5, 1903/ Aet (age)

18/ (Purdy)

More About CATHERINE "KATIE" BERNARD:

Burial: Geddie Memorial Cemetery, Springbrook, PEI1

Notes for ELIZABETH (BESSIE) BERNARD:

Elizabeth was known as "Bessie", and was the sister of Katie, Roberts first wife. Bessie moved in with Robert to take care of Bobby when Katie died in or after childbirth.

More About ELIZABETH (BESSIE) BERNARD:

Burial: Union Cemetery Souris West, PEI1

More About REBECCA JANE JENKINS:

Burial: Union Cemetery, Souris West, PEI1

More About CLARA BELL JENKINS:

Burial: Union Cemetery, Souris West, PEI1

Children of SARAH MOORE and ALEXANDER MEGGISON are:

vi. JOHN ALEXANDER5 MEGGISON1, b. Apr 02, 1882, Alberton, PEI1; d. Mar 1964, Kansas, USA2,3; m. GLADES (GIBSON) WINN3; b. Feb 13, 18934,5; d. Aug 1977, Galena, Kansas, USA5.

Notes for JOHN ALEXANDER MEGGISON:

[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jun 16, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.5.15667.85]

Individual: Meggison, John Social Security #: 491-01-3501

SS# issued in: Missouri Birth date: Apr 2, 1882 Death date: Mar 1964

Residence code: Kansas

Worked for the Telephone Company according to Rosemary (Dow,Meggison) Woodbury, Concord NH.

More About JOHN ALEXANDER MEGGISON:

Baptism: SS# issued in: Missouri5

Fact 2: Social Security #: 491-01-35015

Notes for GLADES (GIBSON) WINN:

[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jun 16, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.5.15667.65]

Individual: Meggison, Glades Social Security #: 510-68-4650

SS# issued in: Kansas Birth date: Feb 13, 1893 Death date: Aug 1977

ZIP Code of last known residence: 66739 Primary location associated with this ZIP Code: Galena, Kansas

More About GLADES (GIBSON) WINN:

Baptism: SS# issued in: Kansas5

Fact 2: Social Security #: 510-68-46505

vii. ALICE ANNIE MATILDA MEGGISON5, b. Feb 13, 1884, Alberton, PEI5; d. Apr 15, 1975, Haverhill, Mass, USA6,7.

Notes for ALICE ANNIE MATILDA MEGGISON:

Matilda Alice, so called in the Meggison Family Tree, was brought up by PEI Lieutenant Governor Benjamin Rogers family after the death of her mother and the departure of her father and brother and sister to the USA. When she converted to Catholicism (about 1909) she changed her name to Alice Elizabeth, a decision that caused her disownment from the Meggison family. She served in the military of World War 1 as a nurse.

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2 M-Z, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jun 16, 1998, Internal Ref. #1.112.5.15667.23

Individual: Meggison, Alice Elizabeth Social Security #: 087-10-4018 SS# issued in: New York Birth date: Feb 13, 1884 Death date: Apr 1975 ZIP Code of last known residence: 01830 Primary location associated with this ZIP Code: Haverhill, Massachusetts

More About ALICE ANNIE MATILDA MEGGISON:

Baptism: SS# issued in: New York8,9

Fact 2: Social Security #: 087-10-401810,11

Fact 3: Last residence ZIP: 0183012,13

viii. EDITH HOWARD MEGGISON13, b. Aug 17, 1885, Alberton, PEI13; d. Sep 16, 1957, Newberryport, Mass USA13; m. JOHN ROBERT TOMLINSON13; b. , Newberryport, Mass, USA13.

ix. HARRIETT MEGGISON13, b. May 17, 1887, Alberton, PEI, Canada13; d. Apr 14, 1957, Concord, New Hampshire, USA13; m. BENJAMIN HECTOR BUSHY13, Nov 12, 1912, by George Millar13; b. 188213; d. Apr 02, 1950, Souris, PEI, Canada13.

Notes for HARRIETT MEGGISON:

Stone 32, Souris, St. Albans Anglican Church Cemetry, Ammie M. Bushey/ Dec. 2, 1913. Mar 4, 1931/ daughter of Benjamin & Harriet Bushey/ Asleep in Jesus/ Jessie Jan 19, 1917 Feb. 10, 1939. Benjamin H. died Apt. 2, 1950, age 68.

Notes for BENJAMIN HECTOR BUSHY:

Souris, St. Albans Anglican Cemtry Stone 32, Annie M. Bushey/ Dec. 2, 1913, Mar 4, 1931/ daughter of Benjamin & Harriett Bushey/ Asleep in Jesus //Jessie / Jan 19, 1917/ Feb. 10, 1939// Benjamin H./ died Apr. 2, 1950 AET 68

x. JESSIE MEGGISON13, b. May 17, 1887, Alberton, PEI13; d. Apr 14, 1967, Concord, New Hampshire, USA13; m. ROLLO EARL DOW13, Jun 12, 1922, Concord, New Hampshire, USA13; b. Mar 28, 1896, White River Junction, Vermont, USA13; d. Nov 07, 1967, Concord, New Hampshire, USA13.

15. ALICE4 MOORE (ANN3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)13 was born Sep 13, 186113, and died May 28, 192013. She married FRANCIS E. P. CONROY13 Aug 17, 1887 in Rev. J. G. Cameron, Charlottetown13. He was born 186013, and died 194113.

Notes for FRANCIS E. P. CONROY:

Conroy, Souris West, Union Cem. United/ Pres. Conroy/ In memory of/ Francis E. P. Conroy 1860 - 1941/ Alice Moore 1862 - 1920/ Caroline J. Carleton 1862 - 1936/ Beloved wives of Francis E. P. Conroy/ Stella 1891 - 1892/ John Brenton 1897 - 1911/ Bor. Edison Stewart/ 1895 - 1917/ Killed in action June 4, 1917 at Vimy France/ Beloved children of/ Francis and Alice Conroy//

More About FRANCIS E. P. CONROY:

Burial: Souris West, Union Cemetery, Souris, PEI

Census 1891: Age 32, Presbyterian living Lot 45-213

Census 1901: General Store Clerk, Lot 45 11, Baptist13

Children of ALICE MOORE and FRANCIS CONROY are:

i. STELLA5 CONROY13, b. 189113; d. 189213.

ii. EDISON STEWART CONROY13, b. 189513; d. Jun 04, 1917, Vimy, France13.

iii. JOHN BRENTON CONROY13, b. 189713; d. 191113.

16. JESSIE ANN4 WHEAR (MARGARET3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)13 was born 186313, and died 191813. She married ALFRED CARLETON13.

More About JESSIE ANN WHEAR:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 18513

More About ALFRED CARLETON:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 18513

Child of JESSIE WHEAR and ALFRED CARLETON is:

i. CAROLINE J.5 CARLETON, m. FRANCIS E. P. CONROY13, Aug 10, 1921; b. 186013; d. 194113.

Notes for FRANCIS E. P. CONROY:

Conroy, Souris West, Union Cem. United/ Pres. Conroy/ In memory of/ Francis E. P. Conroy 1860 - 1941/ Alice Moore 1862 - 1920/ Caroline J. Carleton 1862 - 1936/ Beloved wives of Francis E. P. Conroy/ Stella 1891 - 1892/ John Brenton 1897 - 1911/ Bor. Edison Stewart/ 1895 - 1917/ Killed in action June 4, 1917 at Vimy France/ Beloved children of/ Francis and Alice Conroy//

More About FRANCIS E. P. CONROY:

Burial: Souris West, Union Cemetery, Souris, PEI

Census 1891: Age 32, Presbyterian living Lot 45-213

Census 1901: General Store Clerk, Lot 45 11, Baptist13

17. JOHN F.4 WHEAR, HON. (MARGARET3 BARNARD, JABEZ2, THOMAS1)13 was born Jan 01, 1867 in Charlottetown, PEI13, and died 195113. He married FLORENCE J. MURCHISON13 Sep 05, 189413, daughter of JAMES MURCHISON, CAPT.. She was born 1867 in Point Prim, PEI13, and died 196113.

Notes for JOHN F. WHEAR, HON.:

John was educated in the public school system of Charlottetown and attended Prince of Wales College.

He commenced the study of law in the office of the present Sir LLouis Davies, of the Supreme Court of Canada. He was admitted to the bar in January, 1890 at Charlottetown. Mr. Whear entered upon the parctice of his own account in a partnership with Maj. W. A. Weeds, under the firm name of Weeks & Whear, until his appointment at postmaster of Charlottetown and Postoffice inspector for the province. See more in "PEI Past and Present" page 357 in my Library.

More About JOHN F. WHEAR, HON.:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 18513

More About FLORENCE J. MURCHISON:

Burial: Sherwood Cemetery, Brackley Lot 33-4 Stone 18513

Children of JOHN WHEAR and FLORENCE MURCHISON are:

i. MARION B.5 WHEAR13.

ii. CONSTANCE C. WHEAR13.


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