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Miscellaneous Jennings Records
Baptism of Jane Ann Jennings born on 13 April 1870, bapt. 8 May 1870 by Rev. T. Phelan. Parents James Jennings and Margaret Logan @ St. Bonaventure R.C. Church, Tracadie, Lot 36.
#5 Marriage Book
James Jennings to Margaret Logan on Jan 20 1852 by Banns performed by James Brady, C. C., St Bonaventure, Tracadie, witnesses Duncan Carmichael and Rose Logan.
Marriage Register #12
Roderick McDonald to Rosa Jennings by banns married 15 July 1884 by Rev. F. H. Gallant witnesses Michael McInnis and Catherine Jennings page 353.
Baptism of Margaret Jane Jennings on Nov 16 1868 born on (says 2 weeks old) to parents, Hugh Jennings and Isabella Mooney @ St. Andrews R.C. Church, St. Andrews...Rev. R. McPhee
Baptism of Bridget Jennings on Sept. 17 1871 born on 11 Sept. 1871 to Hugh Jennings and Isabella Mooney @ St. Andrews RC Church, St Andrews by Rev. D. Gillis
Marriage Book #7
Hugh Jennings to Isabella Mooney married on 21 Jume 1857 by banns, performed by P. McPhee P.P. witnesses John and Margaret Mooney
Headstones of Hugh and Isabella Jennings St. Cuthberts RC Church,St. Teresa's, Lot 38
Isabella Mooney died May 29 1903 aged 72 years, Beloved wife of Hugh Jennings died Aug 12 1908 aged 76 years. Rest Happy in God.
The Daily Patriot Newspaper 3 June 1903 p. 3
It is with regret that we announce the death of Mrs. Hugh Jennings of Morell which occurred May 29 inst after a short illness. Deceased was third daughter of the late Hon. Robert Mooney and leaves a husband, three sons and two daughters together with a large circle of friends to mourn their loss. R.I.P.
Baptism of Catherine Jennings on 9 March 1869, Born on 5 March 1869 to James Jennings and Margaret Mooney @ St. Teresa's RC Church, St. teresa's by Rev. James Phelan
Baptism of Daniel Jennings on 17 Aug 1973, born on 13 Aug 1873 to James Jennings and Margaret Mooney @ St. Teresa'a RC Church, St Teresa's by Rev. A. McDonald
Baptism of Mary Jennings on ? April 1871, born on 31 March 1871 to James Jennings and Margaret Mooney @ St. Teresa's RC Church, St. Teresas by Rev. A. McDonald
Baptism of William Jennings on 29 March 1868, born on 4 March 1868 to James Jennings and Margaret Logan @ St. Bonaventure RC Church, Tracadie Cross by Rev. Thomas Phelan
Baptism of Margaret Jennings on 8 Feb 1863, born 1 Feb 1863 to James Jennings and Margaret Logan @ St . Bonaventure RC Church, Tracadie Cross, Lot 36 by Rev. Thos. Phelan
Marriage Book #2
Hanna Jennings to Pat Donoly (Donnelly), married by banns on May 25th 1843 by Rev. James Brady, C. C.,(St. Bonaventures) witnesses James O'Hare and Margaret Jennings
Marriage Book #13
Peter Jennings to Julia Green, By Banns July 5 1881 by Rev. Alexander McGillivray certified by Peter McIntyre, Bishop of Charlottetown witnesses John Barron and Mary Green
Baptism of Michael Wilfred Jennings on July 29 1882, born on July 24 1882 to Peter Jennings and Julia Green @ St. Dunstan's Basilica by John Corbett
Baptism of Margaret Mary Jennings on 2 Aug 1885, born on 31 July 1885 to Peter Jennings and Julia Green @ St. Dunstans Basilica by A. E. Burke
Baptism of Catharine Jennings on 15 June 1845, born on 14 June 1845 to Bernard Jennings and Catharine O'Rourke @ St. Bonaventure's RC Church, Tracadie Cross, Lot 36 by Rev. James Brady
Baptism of Mary Jennings on 15 June 1845, born on ? to Bernard Jennings and C. O'Rourke @ St. Bonaventures RC Church, Tracadie Cross Lot 36 by Rev. James Brady
The Examiner..May 4 1887
At the residence of the bride, on May 1st, by Rev. Dr. Hole, William Jenney, of Devonshire, England, to Frances Rosetta Smith, of Charlottetown, PEI.
Marriage Book #11
Bridget Jennings to Phillip Maher, by banns on 23 Jan 1871 by A. McDonald, P.P. witnesses John and Ann Connolly
North Tryon Presbyterian Church
In memory of William Waddell died January 5 1903 aet 79, also his wife Catherine died January 19 1903 aet 71, Their daughter Lizzie wife of William Jennings died at Boston
Marriage Book #16(1882 - 1923)
Jane Ann Jennings of Scotchfort, Lot 35 to William Stewart of St Peters Road, Lot 34, by license by Rev. James Carruthers on Jan 7 189?
Baptism of Mary Jennings on 10 Nov 1884, born on 5 Nov 1884 to Frank Jennings and Minnis McCormick by Rev. James MacDonald St. Andrews RC Church, St. Andrews
United Church Cemetery - Lot 34 - York
Hardy: John Hardy, d. Mar 7 1867 ae 90. Also his wife Susan Jennings d. Mar 11 1867 ae 70. Silas Levi,d. Nov 1871 Ae 2 yrs 4 mos. (b) Thomas Hardy, b. Feb 5 1841; d. Jun 6 1916. (c) Martha T. Richard, w. of Thomas Hardy, d. Nov 11 1879, ae 33.
Father and Mother, The just shall live by faith, In memory of Bartholomew Lelacheur died NOV 2 1877, his wife Margaret Jennings died July 18 1876 aged 70 yrs. (W. Beck/St.Peters Road) (there are many entries about Margaret Jennings Hawkins and husband Bartholomew in online Methodist Register of Baptisms, including children Matilda, John, Charles, Giles and James)
Marriage Book 5
Patrick Hughes to Mary Jennings, By banns on 26 Feb 1854 by P. MacPhee P.P., witnesses James Corrigan and Catharine Jennings
Misc. Census 1881 notes:
*Ellen Jennings, age 20 RC born in NS, lived/worked in the house of Alex Stronach as a servant in Ch'town.
*Catharine Jennings age 18 RC born PEI lived/worked in house of Julia Comerford as a servant in Ch'town
*1891 Census Ch'town
John Jennings age 60 b. IRE parents b. IRE C of E farmer
Eliza McKinnon 55 b. PEI parents in IRE C of E housekeeper
Register Book of Burials St Pauls Church, Ch'town
Peoples Cemetery. John Jennings of Johnson's River died 28 Jan 1897 age 70 buried by John T Bryan
St Mary's Church - Souris - Lot 45
J.F. Jennings, Private, North N.S. Highlanders July 13 1973 age 61
James H. Jennings, RCAF 1916 - 1977 Edna H 1920 - Father married May 18 1937 - Mother "too good for earth, God called them home"
St Pauls RC - Summerside
Cormier - Mary Agnes Jennings wife of Real J. Cormier Oct 29 1931 - Dec 6 1974. Thou hast visited the earth Mary and hast plentifully watered it thou hast many ways enriched it
Baptism of James Jennings on 2 SEPT 1870, born 10 Sept 1868 to John Jennings and Agnes Ellen By D. Fitzgerald St Pauls Church Cof E, Ch'town
Baptism of Agnes Jennings on 10 July 1874, born on 15 NOV 1873 to John Jennings and Agnes Ellen by D. Fitzgerlad St.Pauls Church, Ch'town
Baptism of Maria Frances Jennings on 14 MAR 1877, born 23 JAN 1877 to John jennings and Agnes Ellen by D. Fitgerald St.Pauls Church, Ch'town
Misc Census notes:1881 Lot 36
John Jennings age 50 b. IRE,
Agnes H.40 b. IRE,
John F. 16 b. ENG, Samuel 14 b. ENG,
Harry Jas. 12 b. PEI,
Agnes 7 b. PEI,
Maria Frances 4 b. PEI
Marriage Book 16
John Jenning of Tracadie to Maud Murray of Ch'town, by license by Rev. James Morrison 28 Aug 1905
St. Mary's RC Church - Souris Lot 45
John Jennings , March 1865 - Feb 1948, his wife Maud Murray. Oct 1886 to March 1948, their daughter Gertrude Lutz April 1908 - Oct 1952. To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.
Marriage Book #7
Catherine Jennings to James Wier, by banns Feb 10 1857 by P. MacPhee witnesses John Fitzpatrick and Mary Corrigan
Baptism of Robert Jennings on April 7 1867, b. Feb 25 1867 to James Jennings and Margaret Mooney St. Joachims RC Chrch,,by Rev. James Phelan
Baptism of John James Jennings on 29 Sep 1875, b. 24 Sep 1875 to Jas. Jennings and Margaret Mooney by Rev. A. McDonald St. Teresa's RC Chrch, St. Teresas
Baptism of Ann Jennings on 12 AUG 1877, b. 2 AUG 1877 to James Jennings and Margaret Mooney by Rev. C. McDonald St. Teresas RC Church, St. Teresas
Baptism of Bernard Jennings on 2 FEB 1863, b. 18 Jan 1863 to James Jennings and Margaret Mooney by Rev. T. Phelan St. Bonaventures RC Church, Tracadie Cross
Note: The following two Obituaries provided to Catherine by DANNY KOUGHAN, firstname.lastname@example.org
Examiner May 8, 1902
It is with feelings of sorrow that we chronicle the death of Hannah Jennings, relict of the late Patrick Donnelly, which sad event took place at her home at St. Patricks Road on Sunday, April 27, ult., at the advanced age of 76 years.
Deceased was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1826, and emmigrated with her parents in 1830.
Mr. and Mrs. Donnelly were among the first settlers of the St. Patricks Road, and for many years had to endure very severe hardships. At that time they had no roads except mere footpaths, and their provisions and necessaries of life had to be carried home on their backs. But, by honest, industrious toil they succeeded in hewing out of the primeval forest a comfortable home, and here they brought up their large family of sons and daughters.
Mrs. Donnelly was of a cheerful disposition and delighted in extending the hospitality of her house to the wayfarer.
She was a dutiful wife, a kind loving mother, and her presence will be greatly missed in the home circle.
Fortified and consoled by the last rites of the Catholic Church, of which through life she had ever been a worthy and capable member, she passed peacefully away into that life beyond.
Where the wicked cease from troubling And the weary are at rest.
She leaves to mourn their loss five sons and seven daughters besides a large number of grand and great grand children. Her very largely attended funeral, which took place on Tuesday, April 29th, to St. Teresa Church, bore testimony of the high esteem in which she was held, there being upwards of sixty carriages in attendance. The pallbears were Messers Daniel MacDonald, Duncan Carmichael, Bernard Gillan, Thomas Connolly, Allen Grant and Francis P. Trainor. A requim high mass was sung by Rev. Ignatius McDonald, after which her mortal remains were borne to the adjoining cemetry and interred with usual ceremony.
Unknown Newspaper, 1901.
At the St. Patricks Road, on the 28th ult., Patrick Donnelly, in his 88th year. He devoutly received the last sacrements administered by his Pastor, Rev. Ignatius MacDonald, and was prepared for funeral summons by all the rites of our holy religion.
Deceased emigrated drom Ireland in 1839 and after living for a short time at Murray Harbour, at Donagh, whence he removed to St. Patricks Road.
When he settled there, the surrounding country was, for the most part, a wilderness, and he was obliged to stump a place on which to build a house for himself and family. He lived to see his family comfortably settled about him.
His interment took place at St. Teresas on the 30th and the large concorse of people that attended the funeral bore testimony to the esteem in which he had lived.
A high mass was celebrated by the pastor, after which his mortal remains were interred in the adjoining cemetry. He leaves to mourn, a widow, twelve children, sixty two grand children and 35 great children. May his soul rest in peace.