The Descendants of Joseph Marks


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The Descendants of Joseph Marks

Generation No. 1

1. JOSEPH2 MARKS (MR.MARKS1) was born 1672 in Springfield, Ma.. He married MARY 1689.

Children of JOSEPH MARKS and MARY are:

i. JOSEPH3 MARKS, b. January 12, 1693/94; m. HINDS, November 18, 1718; b. Abt. 1697, Brookfield, Ma..

2. ii. MARY MARKS, b. September 13, 1698, North brook, MA.; d. July 25, 1784, Hebron, CT..

3. iii. SUSANNAH MARKS, b. 1700, West Brookfield, MA..

iv. ESTHER MARKS, b. February 1700/01, North brookfield, MA.; m. JOHN BURRAS, 1731, North Brookfield, MA..

4. v. HEZEKIAH MARKS, b. Abt. 1704, North Brookfield, MA.; d. September 06, 1788, Warren, Ma..

5. vi. RICHARD MARKS, b. Abt. 1715.

vii. JOHN MARKS, b. September 21, 1715, Nort Brookfield, MA.; m. MARY HEDDER, Abt. 1743.

Generation No. 2

2. MARY3 MARKS (JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born September 13, 1698 in North brook, MA., and died July 25, 1784 in Hebron, CT.. She married JOHN PETERS April 03, 1717 in Brookfield, Ma. He was born October 18, 1695 in Andover, MA., and died October 20, 1754 in Hebron, CT..

Children of MARY MARKS and JOHN PETERS are:

i. JOHN4 PETERS, b. December 28, 1717; m. LYDIA PHELPS; b. February 25, 1737/38.

ii. MARY PETERS, b. October 18, 1720, Hebron, CT.; m. THOMAS CARRIER, February 25, 1740/41.

iii. WILLIAM PETERS, b. August 30, 1722, Hebron, CT.; d. April 23, 1760, Hebron, CT..

iv. MARGARET PETERS, b. August 05, 1726, Hebron, CT.; d. June 02, 1769, Oxford, CT.; m. JOHN MANN, January 01, 1740/41.

v. JOSEPH PETERS, b. August 20, 1726; d. January 21, 1761; m. DEBORAH BUCHARD, January 14, 1747/48.

vi. PHEOBE PETERS, b. June 30, 1728, KEN, CT.; m. MOSES CASS, August 16, 1744, Hebron, CT..

vii. MERCY PETERS, b. March 26, 1730; m. TIMOTHY BUELL, January 24, 1749/50, Hebron, CT..

viii. ANDREW PETERS, b. August 31, 1732, Hebron, CT.; d. August 31, 1732, Hebron, CT..

ix. ANDREW PETERS, b. November 16, 1733, Hebron, CT.; d. November 05, 1754, Hebron, CT..

x. SAMUEL ANDREW PETERS, b. December 01, 1735, Hebron, CT.; d. 1826; m. HANNAH OWEN, February 14, 1760.

xi. JONATHAN PETERS, b. August 15, 1737, Hebron, CT.; d. October 26, 1778, New York, NY.; m. ABIGAIL THOMPSON, November 26, 1761, Hebron, CT..

xii. BEAMSLEY PETERS, b. November 01, 1741, Hebron, CT.; d. October 11, 1798, Cataraqui, Kingston.

3. SUSANNAH3 MARKS (JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1700 in West Brookfield, MA.. She married JOHN SHEPARD December 08, 1720 in Brookfield, Ma.

Child of SUSANNAH MARKS and JOHN SHEPARD is:

i. WILLIAM4 SHEPARD, b. February 27, 1723/24; d. October 07, 1818.

4. HEZEKIAH3 MARKS (JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born Abt. 1704 in North Brookfield, MA., and died September 06, 1788 in Warren, Ma.. He married JUDITH HAYWARD March 23, 1732/33 in Warren, MA.. She was born 1700 in Concord, MA., and died March 07, 1786 in Warren, Ma..

Children of HEZEKIAH MARKS and JUDITH HAYWARD are:

6. i. ADONIJAH4 MARKS, b. November 17, 1734, Warren, Ma..

ii. EUNICE MARKS, b. May 08, 1737, Warren, Ma.; m. EPHIRAM RICE, February 24, 1764; b. October 28, 1735, Brookfield, Ma.; d. June 21, 1832, Brookfield, Ma..

7. iii. MARY MARKS, b. 1740, Warren, Ma.; d. 1808, Williamstown, Ma.

iv. JOSEPH MARKS, b. September 21, 1742, Warren, Ma..

8. v. MARTHA MARKS, b. May 13, 1744, Warren, Ma.; d. 1779.

vi. MIRIAM MARKS, b. 1746, Warren, Ma.; d. January 26, 1833; m. GIDEON DAVIS, July 18, 1786.

5. RICHARD3 MARKS (JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born Abt. 1715. He married REBECCA September 17, 1740.

Child of RICHARD MARKS and REBECCA is:

9. i. WILLIAM4 MARKS, b. 1744, Warren, Ma..

Generation No. 3

6. ADONIJAH4 MARKS (HEZEKIAH3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born November 17, 1734 in Warren, Ma.. He married SARAH RICE September 30, 1759 in Warren, MA..

Children of ADONIJAH MARKS and SARAH RICE are:

i. ZURIVAH5 MARKS, b. July 1762, Warren, Ma.; d. January 06, 1763, Warren, Ma..

ii. ASENAYH MARKS, b. 1771, Warren, Ma.; d. January 23, 1784, Warren, Ma..

iii. ABIGAIL MARKS, b. 1779, Warren, Ma.; d. January 23, 1784, Warren, Ma..

iv. TIMOTHY MARKS, b. January 21, 1784, Warren, Ma.; d. January 24, 1784, Warren, Ma..

7. MARY4 MARKS (HEZEKIAH3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1740 in Warren, Ma., and died 1808 in Williamstown, Ma. She married DANIEL BURBANK. He was born 1736 in Sudbury, ma., and died 1802 in Williamstown, Ma.

Child of MARY MARKS and DANIEL BURBANK is:

10. i. DANIEL MARK5 BURBANK, b. 1770, Williamstown, Ma; d. 1832, Exeter, IL..

8. MARTHA4 MARKS (HEZEKIAH3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born May 13, 1744 in Warren, Ma., and died 1779. She married JOSEPH TALMAGE October 24, 1766. He was born April 04, 1739 in Branford, CT..

Children of MARTHA MARKS and JOSEPH TALMAGE are:

i. MARTHA5 TALMAGE, b. February 27, 1768.

ii. JOSEPH TALMAGE, b. February 27, 1770.

iii. JOSIAH TALMAGE, b. December 19, 1771.

iv. EPHRIAM TALMAGE, b. June 12, 1774.

v. ASA TALMAGE, b. October 01, 1776.

9. WILLIAM4 MARKS (RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1744 in Warren, Ma.. He married MARY HOPKINS. She was born in Maine.

Children of WILLIAM MARKS and MARY HOPKINS are:

i. RBECCA5 MARKS, b. April 27, 1768, Penobscot, Maine.

11. ii. WILLIAM MARKS, b. August 07, 1769, Gorham, Cumberland County, Maine; d. April 23, 1854, LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA.

12. iii. JOHN MARKS, b. October 03, 1771, Penobscot, Maine.

iv. ADONIJAH MARKS, b. June 22, 1773, Penobscot, Maine.

13. v. JOSEPH MARKS, b. August 17, 1775, Penobscot, Maine; d. April 08, 1885, Blue Hill, Maine.

14. vi. STEPHEN MARKS, b. January 15, 1778, Falmouth, Maine.

15. vii. EEBENEZER MARKS, b. April 30, 1779, Gorham, Cumberland County, Maine; d. January 20, 1860.

viii. BETSY MARKS, b. April 21, 1783.

ix. BENJAMIN MARKS, b. March 18, 1871.

Generation No. 4

10. DANIEL MARK5 BURBANK (MARY4 MARKS, HEZEKIAH3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1770 in Williamstown, Ma, and died 1832 in Exeter, IL.. He married MARGARET PHYNCHON March 21, 1793 in Williamstown, MA.. She was born January 04, 1755 in Granville, MA., and died 1825 in Exeter, IL..

Child of DANIEL BURBANK and MARGARET PHYNCHON is:

i. DANIEL MARCUS6 BURBANK, b. December 03, 1794, Delhi, NY; d. January 13, 1894, Brigham City, Utah; m. ABIGAIL BLODGETT, August 03, 1839, Naples, IL.; b. March 26, 1811, Tyngsboro, MA.; d. July 20, 1852, Sweetwater, NE..

11. WILLIAM5 MARKS (WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born August 07, 1769 in Gorham, Cumberland County, Maine, and died April 23, 1854 in LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA. He married ANDERSON JANE November 21, 1788 in NEW LONDON P.E.I., daughter of ALEXANDER ANDARSON and MARY.

Notes for WILLIAM MARKS:

DRUMMER WILLIAM MARKS IN THE LATE1800'S, THE NAME'MARKS' WAS WELL KNOWN IN THE COMMUNITY OF LONG RIVER.THE EASTERN PORTION OF THIS COMMUNITY WAS IN FACT DOMINATED BY THE MARKS' FAMILY.THEY ALONG THE ROAD THAT STILL BEARS THIER NAME,AND ON THE BIG HILL,' WHICH WASFORMLY KNOWN AS MARKS' HILL.THE PROGENITOR OF THIS FAMILY WAS WILLIAM MARKS, A UNITED EMPIRE LOYALIST,WHO CAME TO LONG RIVER WHEN IT WAS STILL A BUDDING SETTLEMENT.OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS PERTAINING TO WILLIAM ARE FEW ;HOWEVER, FAMILY LEGENDS ABOUND. PRIOR TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, WILLIAM MARKS IS BELIVED TO HAVE RESIDED IN TH CAPE COD AREA OF MASSACHUSETTS.HE MADE HIS WAY TO THE ISLAND OF SAINT JOHN WITH A GROUP OF FELLOW LOYALIST, WHO TOOK THE OVER LAND ROUTE THROUGH NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE.IT WAS A DIFFICULT AND DANGERS JOURNEY, BUT THEY WERE ABLE TO ARRIVE SAFELY INTO BRITISH TERRITORY.THEY ACCOMPLISHED THIS BY TRAVELLING AT NIGHT ,AND SLEEPING IN DESERTED BUILDINGS DURING THE DAY ACCORDING TO HIS DEATH NOTICE,WILLIAM WOULD HAVE BEEN ONLY THIRTEEN OR FOURTEEN YEARS OLD WHEN HE MADE THIS LONG TREK AFTER ARRIVING ON THE ISLAND,IT WOULD SEEM THAT WILLIAM SIGNED UP WITH THE KINGS RANGERS.HE SERVED IN THE CAPACITY OF DRUMMER- A POSITION SUITABLE TO HIS AGE. WILLIAM RECEIVED A GRANT OF LAND ON LOT 17, BUT PREFERED TO LOCATE IN MORE PROSPEROUS NEW LONDON BAY AREA.IN 1806 WILLIAM MARKS TOOK OUT A LEASE OF 155 ACRES OF LAND ON THE SOUTHWEST RIVER,IN WHAT IS NOW LONG RIVER .IT IS CERTAIN THAT WILLIAM WAS HERE WELL BEFORE THIS DATE,AS IN THE LEASE HE IS LISTED AS A RESIDENT OF GRENVILLE PRISH ,AND ONE OF THE LANDMARKS MENTIONED IS MARKS CREEK.HE LATER PURCHASED OUTRIGHT SOME ADDITIONAL ACREAGE ALONG THE SOUTHWEST RIVER,AS WELL AS TWO PASTURE LOTS IN CHARLOTTETOWN ROYALTY. WILLIAM NAMED HIS FARM IN LONG RIVER,'RICHMOND HILL',AND ON THIS FARM ESTABLISHED A FIVE ROOM HOUSE,A BARN [TEN FEET BY TWENTY FEET],GOOD STOCK,AND AN EXCELLENT APPLE ORCHARD.BY 1826,WILLIAM HAD FIFTY OF HIS ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY FIVE ACRES CLEARED AND FENCED. ON NOVEMBER 21,1788.WILLIAM MARKS MARRIED JANE ANDERSON,DAUGHTER OF ALEXANDER ANDERSON,AN EARLY SETTLER OF NEW LONDON NORTH JANE WAS A SISTER OF THE WIFE OF WILLIAM PICKERING,ANOTHER EARLY SETTLER TO THE NEW LONDON BAY AREA. ON APRIL 23,1851,WILLIAM MARKS DIED AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY FOUR.HE IS MENTIONED IN HIS DEATH NOTICE AS BEING,''...UNIVERSALLY RESPECTED AND BELOVED BY HIS NEIGHBOURS AND ACQUAINTANCE FOR HIS AMIABLE AND CHARITABLE DISPOSITION.

Notes for ANDERSON JANE:

Jane's mother JaneAnderson was the daughter of Alexander andv Mary (Angus) Anderson.She is belived to have been born in 1765 in Morayshire, Scotland and came with her family to New London North in 1775.source -Geddie Memorial Cemetery books compiled by Wil Johnstone).Her date of death is not known.According to the Marks Family Bible, now in my possession (Walters)William and Jane had six children.

Children of WILLIAM MARKS and ANDERSON JANE are:

16. i. MARGRET PEGGY MARKS -A6 COUSIN, b. February 14, 1789; d. April 09, 1862, New LONDON P.E.I..

17. ii. MARY B. MARKS, b. October 18, 1792; d. December 16, 1878, YANKEE HILL CEMETERY FRENCH RIVER.

18. iii. JENNY MARKS, b. February 14, 1794, LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA; d. 1861.

iv. NANCY MARKS, b. March 01, 1797.

Notes for NANCY MARKS:

NOTHING IS KNOWN OF NANCY BUT IT IS BELIVED SHE OR HER SISTER,MARRIED A LOCKE.

v. REBECCA MARKS, b. July 08, 1800.

Notes for REBECCA MARKS:

REBECCA WAS BORN ON JULY 8 1800.NOTHING IS KNOWN OF REBECCA BUT IT IS BELIVED SHE, MARRIED A LOCKE.

19. vi. JAMES WILLIAM MARKS, b. July 29, 1803, Long River, PEI.; d. April 10, 1876, Long River, PEI..

12. JOHN5 MARKS (WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born October 03, 1771 in Penobscot, Maine. He married MARY ROBERTS March 05, 1797.

Child of JOHN MARKS and MARY ROBERTS is:

20. i. WILLIAM6 MARKS, b. 1800.

13. JOSEPH5 MARKS (WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born August 17, 1775 in Penobscot, Maine, and died April 08, 1885 in Blue Hill, Maine. He married HANNAH DOUGLASS July 09, 1790 in Sedgewick, ME.. She was born December 07, 1775 in Sedgrwick, ME., and died May 19, 1837.

Children of JOSEPH MARKS and HANNAH DOUGLASS are:

i. JOHN6 MARKS, b. June 02, 1799.

ii. MARY MARKS, b. March 07, 1801.

iii. AMOS MARKS, b. January 11, 1803.

iv. ELISHA MARKS, b. January 15, 1805.

v. HANNAH MARKS, b. February 21, 1808.

vi. URIAH MARKS, b. March 20, 1810.

vii. THANKFUL MARKS, b. April 24, 1812.

viii. MARGARET MARKS, b. July 03, 1815.

ix. LOUISA MARKS, b. September 20, 1818.

x. REBECCA MARKS, b. February 09, 1821.

14. STEPHEN5 MARKS (WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born January 15, 1778 in Falmouth, Maine. He married SUSANNAH. She was born June 19, 1769.

Children of STEPHEN MARKS and SUSANNAH are:

21. i. STEPHEN6 MARKS, b. April 17, 1799, Brooksville, ME..

22. ii. JONATHAN F. MARKS, b. April 04, 1803, Sedgrwick, ME.; d. October 20, 1877.

iii. BENJAMIN MARKS, b. August 17, 1804.

iv. NANCY MARKS, b. June 10, 1806.

23. v. GALEN MARKS, b. November 15, 1810, Sedgrwick, ME..

15. EEBENEZER5 MARKS (WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 30, 1779 in Gorham, Cumberland County, Maine, and died January 20, 1860. He married REBBECA CONARY. She was born 1775, and died June 22, 1846.

Children of EEBENEZER MARKS and REBBECA CONARY are:

i. MARY6 MARKS, b. July 28, 1804.

ii. SUKY MARKS, b. May 18, 1806, Sedgrwick, ME..

iii. SUSAN MARKS, b. June 1806.

iv. LYDIA MARKS, b. April 21, 1808.

Generation No. 5

16. MARGRET PEGGY MARKS -A6 COUSIN (WILLIAM5 MARKS, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born February 14, 1789, and died April 09, 1862 in New LONDON P.E.I.. She married JAMES PICKERING, son of WILLIAM PICKERING and JANET ANDERSON. He was born September 27, 1788 in Bayview, PEI., and died October 28, 1849 in New London people's cemetery.

Notes for MARGRET PEGGY MARKS -A COUSIN:

SHE MARRIER HER COUSIN JAMES PICKERING.SHE DIED APRIL9,1962 AND IS BURIED IN NEW LONDON CEMETERY [SEE PICKING HISTORY} HERITAGE OF P.E.I. BYDUNCON CAMPBELL.

Notes for JAMES PICKERING:

He married is first cousin, Margaret ( Peggy) Marks.( see Marks history.) The" Clinton Pickering" are all descended from James and he Peggy Pickering. James was a farmer an a mariner. Many a boat that was built on the Grenville bay was jointly owned by James Peggy and is brothers, and their Anderson relatives. James this listed as a builder of at least two vessels, the Henry carmen, thirty-three ton schooner, and the Mary, one hundred and nine ton brigantine. He died on October 28, 1849, and is buried along with his wife, in New London peoples cemetery. James and Peggy had the following five children:

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Children of MARGRET COUSIN and JAMES PICKERING are:

i. ANTHONY7 PICKERING.

Notes for ANTHONY PICKERING:

Anthony built the stone house which still stands at Clinton. He later emigrated to upper Canada.

ii. JANIE PICKERING, b. PEI.; d. .PEI..

iii. MARY PICKERING, b. 1818, clinton, PEI.; d. 1892, Clinton, PEI.; m. JAMES SOMERS.

Notes for MARY PICKERING:

They lived on the Kerrytown Road, where they farmed. The Somers had at least six children.

iv. WILLIAM PICKERING, b. 1819, Clinton, PEI.; d. October 16, 1887, Stanley Bridge; m. (1) ANN SOMERS; m. (2) JANE FYFE; b. 1826; d. 1884.

Notes for WILLIAM PICKERING:

He was known as( Holy Bill ). They farmed at Stanley Bridge, and raised a family of eleven.

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v. REBECCA PICKERING, b. 1819, Clinton, PEI.; d. 1878, Long River, PEI. Canada; m. JOHN DOUGHART; b. 1818, Bannockburn, Stirlingshire, Scotland; d. 1897.

Notes for JOHN DOUGHART:

They farmed at Long River and had six children.

24. vi. DAVID PICKERING, b. 1822, Clinton, PEI.; d. September 04, 1895, Hollister, California.

17. MARY B.6 MARKS (WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born October 18, 1792, and died December 16, 1878 in YANKEE HILL CEMETERY FRENCH RIVER. She married THOMAS PICKERING December 28, 1815, son of WILLIAM PICKERING and JANET ANDERSON. He was born August 08, 1790 in Bayview, PEI., and died May 21, 1868 in YANKEE HILL CEMETERY FRENCH RIVER.

Notes for THOMAS PICKERING:

Thomas was a first cousin to Mary Marks, a sister of his brother, James' wife. They lived at New London Ponds, now Sea view, on the farm currently occupied by their great grandson, Roland Pickering. Although a successful farmer, Thomas was as involved as his brothers with shipbuilding. In the shipping records of this time, Thomas is listed as a mariner. He was most often in partnership with his brothers, James and/ or William. Two vessels Thomas was co-owner of were the Mary, 48 ton schooner, and the Two Brothers, one hundred and thirteen ton schooner. It seems this was not enough to keep Thomas busy though, for he also ran a grist mill. Mary and Thomas Pickering are buried in Yankee Hill Cemetery, French river.

Children of MARY MARKS and THOMAS PICKERING are:

i. JANE7 PICKERING, b. December 07, 1816; d. 1907; m. RICHARD COSTAIN; b. 1812; d. 1901.

Notes for RICHARD COSTAIN:

It is not known how many children they had. They farm at Miminegash.

ii. MARGARET PICKERING, b. August 04, 1818; d. 1908; m. DONALD CAMERON; b. 1812; d. 1901.

Notes for DONALD CAMERON:

They farmed at Long River, and had a family of twelve. One of their sons fought in the American civil war.

25. iii. ANN PICKERING, b. August 06, 1820, Seaview, PEI.; d. 1902, Miminegash.

26. iv. JAMES PICKERING, b. February 27, 1822.

27. v. WILLIAM PICKERING, b. December 13, 1823, New London; d. February 14, 1898, Seaview, PEI..

vi. ANTHONY DAVID PICKERING, b. 1824; d. 1900; m. RACHEL MACKAY; b. 1836; d. 1865.

Notes for ANTHONY DAVID PICKERING:

They had three children, all died in infancy. After his wife's F, David remarried to Margaret Donald, and they had five sons. David Pickering lived at Sea view on the farm currently own by Carl Murphy.

vii. REBECCA PICKERING, b. October 29, 1825, lived 10 months; d. 1826.

viii. MARY PICKERING, b. 1829; d. 1906; m. JOHN RIX; b. 1826; d. 1901.

Notes for JOHN RIX:

Like to of her sisters, she lived at Miminegash. They farmed for a living. They had at least six children.

ix. THOMAS PICKERING, b. 1831, Seaview, PEI..

Notes for THOMAS PICKERING:

Thomas who was born in 1831 and left home in 1848 at the age of seventeen, and never returned. His father had a clause in his will for Thomas, in case he ever returned.

x. HELEN CATHERINE PICKERING, b. 1833; m. ALEXANDER MACKAY.

Notes for ALEXANDER MACKAY:

They lived at Darnley, on land now owned by John Caseley. They had at least four children.

xi. ELLEN PICKERING, b. 1834.

xii. ROBERT PICKERING, b. 1835, died at the age of three years; d. 1838.

18. JENNY6 MARKS (WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born February 14, 1794 in LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA, and died 1861. She married JOHN ADAMS, son of JOHN ADAMS and MARY COLE. He was born January 04, 1798 in N ew London .Queens, PEI., and died October 17, 1868 in N ew London .Queens, PEI..

Notes for JENNY MARKS:

Jane Marks and her unmarried son were living together in 1860 in Richland County. Also from Richland Center City Cemetery records we know that Jane died in i861,and buried beside her son ,Jonathan and his wife Amelia.

Notes for JOHN ADAMS:

JENNY WHO WENT BY THE NAME OF JANE,WAS BORN ON FEBERARY 14,1794.SHE MARRIED JOHN ADAMS SON JOHN ADAMS AND MARY COLE.THEY LIVED IN THE NEW LONDON AREA UNTIL SOMETIME IN THE 1840,S WHEN THEY MOVED TO RICHLAND CENTRE WISCONSIN.AT LEAST SIX CHILDREN WERE BORN TO JOHN AND JANE.

In 1849 Jenny Marks Adams came with her 6 youngest children to Wisconsin.Her husband John had taken up with another woman and had 3 children while not married to her.It is speculated that Jenny left

PEI. because of the embarrassement of the situation. All children were born in New London,Queens.PEI.

John was a miller,merchant, and a farmer.

Children of JENNY MARKS and JOHN ADAMS are:

i. ELIZABETH7 ADAMS, b. 1819.

ii. JOHN F. ADAMS, b. 1821; m. SARAH DELANEY, August 01, 1843, New London, Queens, PEI. Canada.

iii. HENRY ADAMS, b. March 22, 1826.

28. iv. ANNE ADAMS, b. April 03, 1828.

29. v. THOMAS BILLING ADAMS, b. June 03, 1830, New London, PEI.; d. April 28, 1899, Richland Centre, .RichlandCounty, WI..

vi. DAVID ADAMS, b. June 12, 1832.

vii. WILLIAM ADAMS, b. February 19, 1835, New London.

viii. CHRISTIE ADAMS, b. December 07, 1837, New London; d. April 09, 1924, Arena, Wisconsin; m. MCCUTCHEON.

30. ix. JONATHAN ADAMS, b. October 10, 1839; d. 1911, Richland Centre, .Richland, WI..

19. JAMES WILLIAM6 MARKS (WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born July 29, 1803 in Long River, PEI., and died April 10, 1876 in Long River, PEI.. He married CHRISTIAN WHITEHEAD 1831 in LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA, daughter of WILLIAM WHITEHEAD and MARY HOSEA. She was born 1812 in Bannockbum, Scotland, and died September 23, 1890 in PEI. Margate.

Notes for CHRISTIAN WHITEHEAD:

On stone at Margatecame from Sterlingshire Scotland. She was the daughter of William and Mary (Hosea )Whitehead.William and Christian farmed in Long River, on the farm currently occupied by Herbert Paynter. They had the following twelve children:

Children of JAMES MARKS and CHRISTIAN WHITEHEAD are:

31. i. MARY JANE7 MARKS, b. April 23, 1832, MARGATE P.E.I.; d. November 02, 1906, MARGATE CEMETERY.

32. ii. WILLIAM MARKS, b. March 04, 1834, Long River, PEI.; d. June 10, 1891, PEI.

33. iii. CHRISTY ANN MARKS, b. January 30, 1838, Long River, PEI. Canada; d. November 13, 1927, HAMILTON Malpeque Cemetery.

34. iv. MARGARET MARKS, b. April 24, 1839; d. 1907.

35. v. REBECCA MARKS, b. April 17, 1841, Long River, PEI. Canada.

36. vi. PRISCILLA CILLIE MARKS, b. December 27, 1842, Long River, PEI. Canada; d. January 20, 1927, KENSINGTON , PEI..

vii. JAMES P. MARKS, b. March 18, 1845, Long River, PEI.; d. 1926.

Notes for JAMES P. MARKS:

JAMES WAS BORN ON MARCH 18,1845.HE NEVER MARRIED.HE WAS TO MARRY A LOCAL GIRL,BUT SHE WAS CRIPPLED IN A FARM ACCIDENT,AND REFUSED TO MARRY HIM.JIM LIVIED ON THE HOME FARM ,WHICH HE OPERATED UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1926.HE HAD A NEW HOUSE BUILT ON THE PROPERTY, AND IT IS STILL STANDING TODAY.IN HIS YOUNGER DAYS,JIM WOULD READ CONSTANTLY DURING THE WINTER MONTHS.JIM HAD BEEN A SALIOR .HE WAS AN INSATIABLR READER,LEAVING THE CHORES TO THE HIRED MAN.JIM IS BURIED IN THE NEW LONDON PEOPLE'CEMETERY.

1891 Census age 45 Presbyterian lot 20 B-2

1901 Census age 55 Presbyterian occupation Farmer lot 20 B-1 Queens

37. viii. DAVID MARKS, b. October 07, 1847, Long River, PEI. Canada; d. September 12, 1918, Springbrook, PEI., Canada.

38. ix. ELLEN MARIE MARKS, b. 1850, Long River, PEI. Canada; d. 1921, Malpeque Cemetery, Seaview, PEI..

x. JENNY MARKS, b. August 23, 1852; d. December 05, 1934.

Notes for JENNY MARKS:

JENNY WAS BORN ON AUGEST 24, 1852.SHE LIVED ON THE HOME FARM WITH HER BROTHER JAMES, AND HER NIECE,EMILY.THEY WERE AN OLD FASHON TRIO ,WHO WERE SKEPTICAL OF MANY OF THE CHANGES THAT OCCURRED DURING THAT TIME.THEY HAD A LARGE WOOD LOT WHICH THEY ATTEMPT TO PERSERVE IN IT NATURAL STATE. TRESPASSERS WHO MIGHT DISTURB THIS NATURAL AREA WERE REFUSED ACESS,AND NO FIRE WOOD WAS CUT HERE.JENNY DIED ON MAY 12,1934.SHE HAD ONE SON.

xi. NANCY MARKS, b. September 15, 1854.

Notes for NANCY MARKS:

NANCY WAS BORN ON SEPTEMBER 15,1854.IT IS LIKLEY THAT SHE DIED IN INFANCY AS SHE IS NOT REMEMBERED BY THE FAMILY

xii. ANDREW MARKS, b. 1856; d. 1892.

Notes for ANDREW MARKS:

ANDREW WAS NEVER MARRIED.HE OPERATED A FARM ON THE MARKS ROAD,NEXT TO HIS SISTER,PRISCILLA MACLEOD'S FARM.ON APRIL 6,1892.ANDREW DIED SUDDENLY AT THE EARLY AGE OF THIRTY-SIX.HE WAS GREATLY MOURNED .BEING THE YOUNGEST HE WAS A FAVOURITE WITH HIS SISTERS.

20. WILLIAM6 MARKS (JOHN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1800. He married ELIZABETH CARPENTER, daughter of WILSON CARPENTER and LUCY GRANT. She was born May 26, 1804 in Penobscot, Maine.

Children of WILLIAM MARKS and ELIZABETH CARPENTER are:

i. JOSIAH G.7 MARKS, b. 1827; d. 1885; m. SARAH HUTCHINS WARDWELL, October 29, 1848, Penobscot, MA.; b. June 26, 1826, Penobscot, Maine; d. November 27, 1867, Penobscot, Maine.

39. ii. GEORGE ROBERT MARKS, b. April 27, 1830, Blue Hill, Maine; d. February 17, 1911, Blue Hill, Maine.

iii. OTIS NR. MARKS, b. 1834; d. 1872; m. MARIETTA P. OSGOOD.

iv. SUSAN MARKS, b. Abt. 1843.

v. MARY MARKS, b. Abt. 1849.

21. STEPHEN6 MARKS (STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 17, 1799 in Brooksville, ME.. He married JOANNA WESCOTT October 10, 1820 in Penobscot, MA.. She was born March 04, 1803 in Penobscot, Maine, and died 1878 in N.Penobscot, ME..

Children of STEPHEN MARKS and JOANNA WESCOTT are:

40. i. SUSAN7 MARKS, b. September 25, 1821, Penobscot, Maine.

ii. BETSY MARKS, b. March 31, 1825, Penobscot, Maine; d. November 07, 1825.

iii. BENJAMIN MARKS, b. November 22, 1827, Penobscot, Maine; d. May 28, 1842.

iv. ADDONIARM JUDSON MARKS, b. August 30, 1829, Penobscot, Maine; m. HIPSEBAH F. HINCKLEY, November 05, 1849, Penobscot, ME.; b. Abt. 1831.

41. v. ELLBRIDGE WILLIAM MARKS, b. December 01, 1830, Penobscot, Maine.

vi. THURSTON MARKS, b. Abt. 1833; m. LUCY W.STONE, March 04, 1855, Penobscot, ME..

vii. AUGUSTA A. MARKS, b. Abt. 1835; m. WILLIAM H. CHANBERLAIN, September 17, 1858, Penobscot, ME..

viii. EMILY MARKS, b. Abt. 1837; m. WILLIAM (L OR S WARDWELL, October 25, 1858, Penobscot, Me..

ix. FRANKLIN L .FRANK) MARKS, b. 1840; m. ADDIE F.SAUNDERS, August 31, 1861, Penobscot, ME..

42. x. SEWALL MARKS, b. 1842, Blue Hill, Maine; d. 1932.

xi. ROSELLA MARKS, b. Abt. 1844; m. BENJAMIN OBER, July 21, 1861, Sedgewick, ME..

xii. RUBY MARKS, b. Abt. 1844.

22. JONATHAN F.6 MARKS (STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 04, 1803 in Sedgrwick, ME., and died October 20, 1877. He married LURENA.

Children of JONATHAN MARKS and LURENA are:

i. ABIGAIL7 MARKS, b. July 13, 1823.

ii. STEPHEN MARKS, b. April 12, 1825.

iii. ELIZABETH ANN MARKS, b. May 15, 1827.

iv. ISAACHOOPER MARKS, b. January 03, 1829.

v. HANNAH ROZELLA MARKS, b. July 25, 1831.

vi. NANCY JANE MARKS, b. June 25, 1837.

vii. JAMES BENLAMIN MARKS, b. September 22, 1839.

viii. CHARLES EDWIN MARKS, b. February 13, 1841.

ix. ALMA ADELMA MARKS, b. November 29, 1842.

x. MARY ELLEN MARKS, b. September 25, 1844.

xi. GEORGE BERT MARKS, b. December 27, 1846.

23. GALEN6 MARKS (STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born November 15, 1810 in Sedgrwick, ME.. He married HANNAH.

Children of GALEN MARKS and HANNAH are:

i. SUSAN J.7 MARKS, b. July 10, 1833, Brooksville, ME..

ii. ALBION F. MARKS, b. September 16, 1835, Brooksville, ME..

Generation No. 6

24. DAVID7 PICKERING (MARGRET PEGGY MARKS -A6 COUSIN, WILLIAM5 MARKS, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1822 in Clinton, PEI., and died September 04, 1895 in Hollister, California. He married (1) GRACE TUPLIN May 05, 1853 in St.Eleanors, PEI., daughter of REUBEN TUPLIN. She was born 1831 in Margate PEI., and died November 27, 1870 in Margate. He married (2) ELLEN P. ADAMS 1874. She was born 1843, and died 1893.

Notes for DAVID PICKERING:

His second wife was Ellen Adams. To this second wife was born 1 trial. In 1895, David, again a widower, with two San Flipe, California to visit his daughter. He died there in 1895 and is buried in nearby Hollister cemetery.

Notes for GRACE TUPLIN:

Seven children were born to this union. Grace died of typhoid fever, he remarried to Ellen Adams.

Children of DAVID PICKERING and GRACE TUPLIN are:

i. THURSA8 PICKERING, b. March 04, 1854; d. November 24, 1870, Margate.

ii. LAVINIA PICKERING, b. May 15, 1855; d. 1945.

iii. JAMES PICKERING, b. September 03, 1856, Clinton, PEI.; d. December 07, 1928, Clinton, PEI..

iv. REBECCAS F. PICKERING, b. January 28, 1858, Clinton, PEI.; d. April 05, 1859, clinton, PEI..

v. REBECCA PICKERING, b. 1860; d. 1950, Long River, PEI. Canada; m. SAMUE B.L GILLESPIE, September 22, 1881, Clinton.PEI..

vi. WILLIAM GORDON PICKERING, b. November 02, 1861; d. 1921.

Child of DAVID PICKERING and ELLEN ADAMS is:

43. vii. EMMRLINE BERTHA8 PICKERING, b. August 06, 1876; d. January 08, 1963, Okotoks , Alberta , Canada.

25. ANN7 PICKERING (MARY B.6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born August 06, 1820 in Seaview, PEI., and died 1902 in Miminegash. She married JAMES TRAIL REID October 28, 1845. He was born January 01, 1817 in Scotland, and died 1883 in Miminegash.

Notes for JAMES TRAIL REID:

They lived at Miminegash where they farmed. At least eight children were born to the Reids.

Children of ANN PICKERING and JAMES REID are:

i. MARY8 REID.

ii. DOUGLAS REID.

iii. ANN REID.

iv. JEMIMA REID.

v. ELLEN REID.

vi. THOMAS REID, b. Bet. 1850 - 1851.

vii. ISABELL REID, b. Bet. 1851 - 1852.

viii. INNIS TRAIL REID, b. October 28, 1855, New London.

ix. SINCLAIR REID, b. Bet. 1865 - 1866.

26. JAMES7 PICKERING (MARY B.6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born February 27, 1822. He married AMANDA MALVINA. She was born Bet. 1833 - 1834 in New York.

Notes for JAMES PICKERING:

They are believed to have lived off the island.

Children of JAMES PICKERING and AMANDA MALVINA are:

i. AFRED8 PICKERING.

ii. CHANCY PICKERING, b. Bet. 1855 - 1857.

iii. MARY PICKERING, b. Bet. 1857 - 1859.

27. WILLIAM7 PICKERING (MARY B.6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born December 13, 1823 in New London, and died February 14, 1898 in Seaview, PEI.. He married ELLEN MARIE MARKS, daughter of JAMES MARKS and CHRISTIAN WHITEHEAD. She was born 1850 in Long River, PEI. Canada, and died 1921 in Malpeque Cemetery, Seaview, PEI..

Notes for WILLIAM PICKERING:

He married his first cousin, Ellen Maria Marks. See Marks history. They lived on the home farm at Sea view, and had for children.

Notes for ELLEN MARIE MARKS:

ELLEN MARIE WAS BORN IN 1850 AND DIED IN 1921.SHE WAS MARRIED TO HER FIRST COUSIN.WILLIAM PICKERING.SHE WENT TO HER AUNT MARY TO DO SEWING,AND BECAMEACQUAINTED WITH WILLIAM.HE WAS SIXTEEN YEARS HER SENIOR.[SEE PICKERING HISTORY].

Children of WILLIAM PICKERING and ELLEN MARKS are:

i. MARY CHRISTIAN8 PICKERING, b. May 24, 1875, Seaview, PEI.; d. January 14, 1961.

44. ii. STANFORD ALONZA PICKERING, b. May 06, 1879, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI; d. November 24, 1952, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI.

iii. RUDOLPHUS PRESTON PICKERING, b. February 15, 1883, Seaview, PEI.; d. November 01, 1964.

iv. LAURETTA FLORENCE PICKERING, b. October 24, 1884.

28. ANNE7 ADAMS (JENNY6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 03, 1828. She married ADOLPHUS KING 1848 in New London.

Children of ANNE ADAMS and ADOLPHUS KING are:

i. SARAH8 KING, b. 1847.

ii. CHARLOTTE KING, b. 1849.

29. THOMAS BILLING7 ADAMS (JENNY6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born June 03, 1830 in New London, PEI., and died April 28, 1899 in Richland Centre, .RichlandCounty, WI.. He married NANCY JANE MACARTHUR 1858, daughter of OSCAR BURR LINCOLN. She was born 1841, and died October 04, 1894 in Richland Centre, .Richland, WI..

Children of THOMAS ADAMS and NANCY MACARTHUR are:

i. NANCY J8 ADAMS, b. July 19, 1859; d. February 21, 1931, Yuba, Wisconsin; m. OSCAR BURR LINCOLN, 1879, Muscoda, WI..

ii. THOMAS B. ADAMS, b. 1861; d. 1899, Richland Centre, .Richland, WI..

iii. ELIZABETH ADAMS, b. 1865; d. 1865.

iv. HENRY ADAMS, b. 1867.

v. JOHN HENRY ADAMS, b. November 15, 1868.

vi. AMELIA J. ADAMS, b. 1871; m. ? FAULKNER.

vii. LUCY E. ADAMS, b. 1873; m. ? WYNN.

viii. JESSIE ADAMS, b. 1875.

ix. CAROLYN W. ADAMS, b. February 08, 1877, Richland Centre, .Richland, WI.; d. July 1964, Kansas City , Missouri; m. WILLIAM ROBERT SHUCK.

x. GERTRUDE ADAMS, b. 1879.

30. JONATHAN7 ADAMS (JENNY6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born October 10, 1839, and died 1911 in Richland Centre, .Richland, WI.. He married AMELIA L. ADAMS 1874.

Children of JONATHAN ADAMS and AMELIA ADAMS are:

i. GEORGE H8 ADAMS, b. 1864.

ii. LOUIS K ADAMS, b. 1866.

iii. EFFA ADAMS, b. 1872.

31. MARY JANE7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 23, 1832 in MARGATE P.E.I., and died November 02, 1906 in MARGATE CEMETERY.

Notes for MARY JANE MARKS:

MARY JANE WAS BORN ON APRIL23,1832 AND WAS THE OLDEST CHILD.SHE LIVED IN MARGATE WHERE SHE RAN A SMALL FARM,AND ALSO DID SOME HOUSEKEEPING FOR A SMITH FAMILY.SHE HAD FOUR SONS.MARY JANE DIED ON NOVEMBER 2,1906,AND WAS BURIED IN MARGATE CEMETERY P.E.I. .

Children of MARY JANE MARKS are:

i. ROBERT8 MARKS.

45. ii. JOHN ALFRED MARKS, b. 1853, PEI.; d. 1928, Covehead, PEI. he was buried in Margate PEI..

46. iii. ARTHUR MARKS, b. June 10, 1853, LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA; d. January 19, 1955, CORVALLIS OR. OAKLAWN MEMORIAL PARK.

47. iv. THEODORE??SMITH MARKS, b. 1863, PEI.; d. 1926, P.E.I. Margate.

32. WILLIAM7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born March 04, 1834 in Long River, PEI., and died June 10, 1891 in PEI. He married MARY JANE PRIDHAM. She was born 1839 in PEI., and died April 29, 1890 in PEI>.

Notes for WILLIAM MARKS:

WILLIAM WAS BORN ON MARCH 4,1834.HE FARMED ON THE MARKS'ROAD IN LONG RIVER, AND WAS MARRIED TWICE.HIS FIRST WIFE WAS MARY JANE PRIDHAM [1839-1890},AND THEY HAD SEVEN CHILDREN. AFTER MARY JANE DEATH ,WILLIAM MARRIED ANN GRAHAM [1849-1918}.ANN WAS FROM THE OLD SCOTCH SETTLEMENT NOW KNOWN AS STRATHALBYN. WILLIAM DIED ON OCTOBER 6,1891,AND WAS BURIED WITH HIS SECOND WIFE IN NEW LONDON CEMETERY. ANN GRAHAM DIED OCT.19,1918.His second wife was Ann Graham died Oct.19,1918 buried at Margate PEI.

1891 Census William Marks age 57 lots 20 B2

Children of WILLIAM MARKS and MARY PRIDHAM are:

48. i. JOHN R.8 MARKS.

49. ii. ADONIJAH MARKS, b. 1858, Long River, PEI. Canada; d. 1945, Long River, PEI., Canada.

50. iii. WILLIAM MARKS, b. 1862, PEI.; d. 1944, P.E.I..

33. CHRISTY ANN7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born January 30, 1838 in Long River, PEI. Canada, and died November 13, 1927 in HAMILTON Malpeque Cemetery. She married JOSEPH CUNARD MANDERSON. He was born 1834 in New Brunswick, and died August 02, 1900 in Malpeque Cemetery.

Notes for CHRISTY ANN MARKS:

CHRISTY ANN WAS BORN ON JANURARY 30,1838,AND MARRIEDJOSEOH CUNARD MANDERSON [1834-1900]. THEYLIVED FOR ASHIRT TIME IN SPRINGBROOK ON THE FARM NOW OWN BY DONALD COBB,THEN MOVED TO CHARLOTTETOWN WHERE JOSEPH WAS THE STEAM ENGINEER OF THE FERY HEATHER BELLE. THEY NEXT MOVED TO CAPE EGMOUNT WHERE THEY ARE YHOUGHT TO HAVE RUN A BRICKYARD,AND FROM THERE WENT TO WELLINGTON WHERE THEY ARE BELIVED TO HAVE A SMALL FARM.LATER STILL THEY OPERATED A GRIST MILL AT NEW ANNAN,AND THEN IN 1882,THEY FINNALLY SETTLED DOWN AT HAMILTON.HERE JOSEPH RAN A GRIST AND A SAW MILL,WHILE CHRISTY AND THIERSON,JAMES,RAN A SMALL STORE.JOSEPH SLSO TOOK TIME OUT TO SERVE WITH THE UNION FORCES IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.LIKE THE REST OF THE MARKS,CHRISTY WAS MOREOF A HOME PERSON,AND SPENT A LOT OF HER TIME WORKING IN THE ORCHARD AN GARDENS.CHRISTY DIED AT HER HOME IN HAMILTON ON NOVEMBER 13,1927.SHE HAD TWELVE CHILDREN.

Children of CHRISTY MARKS and JOSEPH MANDERSON are:

i. ALFARATTA8 MANDERSON, b. 1857; d. 1902; m. RICHARD ORCHARD COTTON.

ii. JOHN A. MANDERSON, b. 1859, New Annan, PEI.; d. May 16, 1906, Hamilton, PEI.; m. MAE WALL.

Notes for JOHN A. MANDERSON:

Annie Mae Manderson married George R. Clark and they were Walter Clarks Great Grand Parents.

iii. ANNIE MAE MANDERSON, b. December 22, 1861; m. GEORGE R. CLARK.

iv. HARVEY MANDERSON, b. 1862.

v. WILLIAM GORDEN MANDERSON, b. 1866; d. May 27, 1935.

vi. JAMES MANDERSON, b. 1867.

vii. PRISCILLA MANDERSON, b. 1870.

viii. JEAN "JONIE" MANDERSON, b. 1873; d. 1961; m. GEORGE EDWARD TAYLOR.

ix. JOSEPH MANDERSON, b. 1875; d. 1913.

x. EVANGLINE S MANDERSON, b. 1876; d. October 16, 1917.

xi. MAUD MANDERSON, b. 1879.

34. MARGARET7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 24, 1839, and died 1907. She married JOHN JOHNNY TUPLIN, son of REUBEN TUPLIN and REBECCA FOLLAND. He was born August 1836 in St. Eleanors PEI., and died 1924 in Margate.

Notes for MARGARET MARKS:

MARGERT WAS BORN ON APRIL 24, 1839,AND DIED IN 1907.SHE WAS MARRIED TO JOHN TUPLIN,AN THEY FARMED AT MARAGATE.THE TUPLINS EXPERIENCED A GREAT FAMILY TRAGEDY IN 1887 WHEN THIER DAUGHTER,MARY PICKERING, WAS MURDER ON THE DAY OF HER YOUNGER BROTHER'S FUNERAL.SHE WAS ONLY SIXTEEN.SHE WAS SHOT TWICE IN THE HEAD, AND THROWN INTO THE SOUTHWEST RIVER.WILLIAM MILLMAN WAS CONVICTED OF THE CRIME.

Children of MARGARET MARKS and JOHN TUPLIN are:

i. ALWILDA M. WILDA8 TUPLIN, b. 1855, Margate PEI.; d. April 27, 1901, Lowell M.; m. (1) JAMES SOMERS; m. (2) HERBERT VARNGY.

ii. JOSEPHINE TUPLIN, b. 1859, Margate PEI.; m. PATRICK SLAVIN.

iii. REBECCA ANN TUPLIN, b. February 08, 1861, Margate PEI.; d. 1942; m. FRANCIS "FRANK" HILLMAN.

iv. JABEZ "JAKE" TUPLIN, b. 1863, Margate PEI.; d. 1901; m. ELIZABETH MACLEOD.

v. CHRISTIAN TUPLIN, b. 1868; d. 1930; m. CARMEN VADNEY.

vi. MARY PICKERING TUPLIN, b. May 05, 1870, Margate PEI.; d. June 28, 1887, Killed by William Millmon.

vii. WILLIAM TUPLIN, b. 1871; d. 1909; m. KATHERINE O' CONNELL.

viii. JOHN ROBERT TUPLIN, b. 1872; d. June 27, 1887.

ix. DONALD C. TUPLIN, b. 1876; d. April 29, 1905.

x. ANDREW WHITEHEAD TUPLIN, b. October 03, 1880; d. May 25, 1974; m. MINNIE MAE PAYNTER, 1903.

35. REBECCA7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 17, 1841 in Long River, PEI. Canada. She married JOHN COULSON in 2nd wife. He was born 1827, and died April 01, 1908.

Notes for REBECCA MARKS:

REBECCA WAS BORN APRIL 17,1841.SHE MARRIED JOHN COULSON,AND THEY LIVED ON THE WARF ROAD IN LONG RIVER.THIER FARM IS NOW OWNED BY JOHN BERNARD.BECKY WAS MR.COULSON'S SECOND WIFE.SHE HAD ONE DAUGHTER AND TWO SONS .

Children of REBECCA MARKS and JOHN COULSON are:

i. DAUGHTER8 COULSON.

ii. SON COULSON.

iii. SON COULSON.

36. PRISCILLA CILLIE7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born December 27, 1842 in Long River, PEI. Canada, and died January 20, 1927 in KENSINGTON , PEI.. She married JOHN SCOTTIE MACLEOD. He was born March 1838 in Isle Of Skye, Scotland, and died January 28.

Notes for PRISCILLA CILLIE MARKS:

PRISCILLA, KNOEN AS "CHILLE",WAS BORN ON DECEMBER 17, 1842.SHE MARRIED A SCOTSMAN,JOHN MACLEOD, AND THEY LIVIED ON THE MARKS'ROAD,NEXT TO HER FATHER'S FARM.JOHN SPOKE WITH ASTRONG SDOTTISH ACCENT AND WAS CALL "SCOTTIE" .THEY HAD ONE ADOPTED DAUGHTER.

Child of PRISCILLA MARKS and JOHN MACLEOD is:

i. MINNIE8 MACLEOD, b. 1884.

37. DAVID7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born October 07, 1847 in Long River, PEI. Canada, and died September 12, 1918 in Springbrook, PEI., Canada. He married MARY JANE CANNON. She was born 1846, and died July 05, 1923 in Springbrook, PEI., Canada.

Notes for DAVID MARKS:

DAVID WAS BORN ON OCTOBER 7,1847.HE WAS NOT A FARMER LIKE ALL HIS BROTHERS ,BUT FISHER OUT OF FRENCH RIVER .HE LIVED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE BIG HILL IN LONG RIVER.DAVID MARRIED TO MARY JANE CANNON HODGSON[1846-1923],AND THEY THREE DAUGHTERS.DAVID DIED ON DECEMBER 9,1918.AND WAS BURRIED IN GEDDIE MEMORAL CENETERY.

1891 Census age 43 Presbyterian lot 20 B-1

1901 Census age 54 Presbyterian occupation fishermen lot 20 B-1 Queens

Children of DAVID MARKS and MARY CANNON are:

i. DAUGHTER8 MARKS.

ii. DAUGHTER MARKS.

iii. JEANETTE R. "NETTIE" MARKS, b. April 28, 1880, French River, PEI.; d. 1905; m. HEDLEY V. PAYNTER; b. July 14, 1878, Springbrook, PEI., Canada; d. 1963.

38. ELLEN MARIE7 MARKS (JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1850 in Long River, PEI. Canada, and died 1921 in Malpeque Cemetery, Seaview, PEI.. She married (1) WILLIAM PICKERING. He was born December 15, 1823 in New London, and died February 14, 1898 in Malpeque Cemetery, Seview, PEI.. She married (2) WILLIAM PICKERING, son of THOMAS PICKERING and MARY MARKS. He was born December 13, 1823 in New London, and died February 14, 1898 in Seaview, PEI..

Notes for ELLEN MARIE MARKS:

ELLEN MARIE WAS BORN IN 1850 AND DIED IN 1921.SHE WAS MARRIED TO HER FIRST COUSIN.WILLIAM PICKERING.SHE WENT TO HER AUNT MARY TO DO SEWING,AND BECAMEACQUAINTED WITH WILLIAM.HE WAS SIXTEEN YEARS HER SENIOR.[SEE PICKERING HISTORY].

Notes for WILLIAM PICKERING:

He married his first cousin, Ellen Maria Marks. See Marks history. They lived on the home farm at Sea view, and had for children.

Children are listed above under (27) William Pickering.

39. GEORGE ROBERT7 MARKS (WILLIAM6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born April 27, 1830 in Blue Hill, Maine, and died February 17, 1911 in Blue Hill, Maine. He married ANNA MARIA CARR October 13, 1853.

Children of GEORGE MARKS and ANNA CARR are:

i. GEORGE EDMUND8 MARKS, b. December 24, 1854, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. September 1917; m. CORA MAY LEACH, September 26, 1870, Penobscot, MA..

ii. HERBERT LESLIE MARKS, b. July 29, 1857, N.Penobscot, MA.; m. ANNIE PERRY.

iii. HELEN MARIA MARKS, b. June 09, 1859, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. January 18, 1932; m. GEORGE MELVIN HAYNES, August 30, 1884, N.Penobscot, MA..

iv. AMELIA CARPENTER MARKS, b. January 16, 1862, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. January 27, 1950; m. EZRA KELLOGG DUNHAM, September 18, 1884.

v. IRVING WARDWELL MARKS, b. July 15, 1864, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. September 06, 1944, Helena, Lewis & Clark co., MT.; m. LILA FOSTER DAVIS, January 11, 1891, Penobscot, MA..

vi. ERNEST LINWOOD MARKS, b. November 06, 1867, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. June 22, 1922; m. METTA WINSLOW, November 07, 1897.

vii. FLORENCE JENNIE MARKS, b. July 23, 1870, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. October 20, 1940; m. FRANK MERRILL, October 10, 1893.

viii. EUGENE MAURICE MARKS, b. July 21, 1876, N.Penobscot, MA.; d. December 1958; m. MAUD HOLMAN, October 10, 1903.

40. SUSAN7 MARKS (STEPHEN6, STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born September 25, 1821 in Penobscot, Maine. She married IRA FRIEND December 17, 1844 in Brooksville, ME..

Children of SUSAN MARKS and IRA FRIEND are:

i. IRA ADELBERT8 FRIEND, b. May 03, 1846.

ii. SARAH GEORGIANA FRIEND, b. October 12, 1848.

iii. IDA A. FRIEND, b. April 23, 1855.

iv. WILLIE H. FRIEND, b. August 13, 1858.

41. ELLBRIDGE WILLIAM7 MARKS (STEPHEN6, STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born December 01, 1830 in Penobscot, Maine. He married MARY ADELL INGALLS March 23, 1851 in Penobscot, ME.. She was born March 18, 1835 in Blue Hill, Maine.

Child of ELLBRIDGE MARKS and MARY INGALLS is:

i. HELEN THURSTON8 MARKS, b. August 06, 1851, Orland, ME>.

42. SEWALL7 MARKS (STEPHEN6, STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1842 in Blue Hill, Maine, and died 1932. He married SARAH MARGARET STOVER November 16, 1865. She was born January 07, 1839 in Blue Hill, Maine, and died December 21, 1900.

Children of SEWALL MARKS and SARAH STOVER are:

i. ADELL M.8 MARKS, b. May 22, 1866.

51. ii. CHARLES MARKS, b. March 12, 1869.

iii. ERA M.MEVA. MARKS, b. January 12, 1871.

iv. EVERETT MARKS, b. March 03, 1874.

Generation No. 7

43. EMMRLINE BERTHA8 PICKERING (DAVID7, MARGRET PEGGY MARKS -A6 COUSIN, WILLIAM5 MARKS, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born August 06, 1876, and died January 08, 1963 in Okotoks , Alberta , Canada. She married HENRY EDWARD MCKAY. He was born June 18, 1875 in Darnley , PEI., Canada, and died 1955 in Okotoks, Alberta.

Child of EMMRLINE PICKERING and HENRY MCKAY is:

i. JOHN FIELDING9 MCKAY, b. August 04, 1905, Nanton Alberta; d. May 27, 1990, Riverside; m. HELEN MIRIAM HUGES, January 13, 1931, Guayguil, Ecduador; b. May 23, 1903, South Vernon USA; d. April 30, 1993, Riverside.

44. STANFORD ALONZA8 PICKERING (WILLIAM7, MARY B.6 MARKS, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born May 06, 1879 in Sea View, Lot 20, PEI, and died November 24, 1952 in Sea View, Lot 20, PEI. He married LULU PEARL RAMSAY. She was born March 05, 1890 in Hamilton, PEI., and died May 04, 1984 in Sea View, Lot 20, PEI.

Children of STANFORD PICKERING and LULU RAMSAY are:

i. MARGART9 PICKERING, b. October 12, 1910, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI; d. 1965, Summerside, PEI., Canada; m. J. LORING RAYNER; b. Travellers, PEI.

ii. ROLAND PICKERING, b. October 13, 1911, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI; m. EDITH BLANCH COOKE; b. June 06, 1922, cape Wolfe, PEI..

iii. LILIAN PICKERING, b. January 11, 1913, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI; d. February 20, 1973, charlottetown, PEI.

iv. LORETTA FLORENCE PICKERING, b. February 17, 1917, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI; m. GEORGE ALBERT MCNUTT, August 18, 1936, Kensington, PEI; b. August 18, 1918, darnley, PEI , Canada.

v. WILLIAM PICKERING, b. March 01, 1918, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI; m. WILMA RAMSAY; b. 1920, Mount Royal, PEI; d. 1998, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI.

vi. HAZEN PICKERING, b. December 01, 1928, Sea View, Lot 20, PEI.

45. JOHN ALFRED8 MARKS (MARY JANE7, JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1853 in PEI., and died 1928 in Covehead, PEI. he was buried in Margate PEI.. He married ELLEN AMANDA OWEN March 19, 1884 in Hamilton, PEI., daughter of ARTHUR OWEN and MATILDA GARDINER. She was born October 07, 1856 in Hamilton, PE., and died December 11, 1916 in in Margate PE..

Notes for JOHN ALFRED MARKS:

1891 Census given name John A. Marks age 35 lots 19 T.

Child of JOHN MARKS and ELLEN OWEN is:

i. FRANKLIN DUTTON9 MARKS, b. September 17, 1883, Margate; d. December 19, 1967, 19 December 1967 in Summerside PEI. buried Margate; m. EMILY CAROLYN HARDING, 1910; b. April 09, 1882, Graham's road PEI.; d. May 05, 1966, Summerside, buried in United Margate PEI..

Notes for FRANKLIN DUTTON MARKS:

he was a carriage builder. Builder of the famous Marks sleighs.

46. ARTHUR8 MARKS (MARY JANE7, JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born June 10, 1853 in LONG RIVER PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADA, and died January 19, 1955 in CORVALLIS OR. OAKLAWN MEMORIAL PARK. He married EVALINE LIMA LOVEALL December 02, 1891 in Yachats Creek, Benton County.OR. case number6-342, daughter of BENJAMIN LOVEALL and EVALINE ROUTH. She was born 1872 in Joplin , Mo., and died October 12, 1940 in buried Oaklawn Memorial Park Corvalis Or..

Notes for ARTHUR MARKS:

Arthur Marks became a U.S. citizen June 1,1891.He home steaded a 160 acres up the Yachats Valley.He cleared the river bottom by hand and fire it was all big timber up to elven feet threw.Those many years of toil did not weaken his stamina and lived to be 101 years old. Two miles upriver, Arthur Marks homesteaded in 1875. Mr. Marks although of small statute, could pack a tremendous load. The cleared is farm by hand through patients and hard work. Some of the creeks in the area are named after the homesteadeds their is a Marks creek flowing through his property. Arthur Marks is listed on the 1900 Census as being 39 years age, and a stock raiser from Canada. His wife, Evelyn, was from Missouri. About this time Arthur Marks settled on the place still known by that name. Some of those days were very high trying for the pioneers. Once for about six weeks, there was a flour famine. It did not become really serious, however, for the principal diet was meat, which was always plentiful. Deer, there, and elk have always been the most numerous game animals. Arthur Marks always was a good hunter, and the country being more then, it was easier to find game. With lots of berries and other food, the animals got very fat, and were not wild. It was not any trouble for a hunter to go out the first of the week, and return the last of the week with his Indian Pony loaded with jerky. As there was no payroll in the country the settlers had to depend on their guns mostly for a living.

He went back to Canada and fished on the West Coast of Vancover Island.He was appointed lightkeeper September 6,1919 at a salary of $936.00 per year.At Nootka Lightstation.

He was in good health till he passed away. He was reading the newspaper and fell head first into the paper and onto the floor. He had most of his teeth, and didn't need glasses to read the paper. He raised turkeys on his daughters farm, up till two years before he passed away. His death is recorded on his death certificate and newspaper clipping.

Obituary

Corvallis, Oregon, Benton County, oldest son was 101 -- years old Arthur Marks died here last night at the home of his daughter , Mrs. Annes Hope. He was active to the end, being ill less than a day.

Funeral services will be held at the McHenry funeral home Saturday at 2 PM., with Rev. Charles Neville officiating and internment in the Oaklawn Memorial Park.

The son of John and Mary Manderson Marks, he was born June 10, 1853 at Long River, Prince Edward Island, Canada, and first came to Oregon about 1875, taking up a homestead near Yachats. He was married to Evaline Loveall at Yachats in 1892 and lived most of his life in that area. Between 1910 and 1920 he was in charge of the light house at Nootka, British Columbia, then returning to yachats where he lived until death of his wife in 1940. Since living he had lived with his brother in Blodgett and Corvallis Oregon.

Children of ARTHUR MARKS and EVALINE LOVEALL are:

i. ROBERT BYRON9 MARKS, b. September 12, 1892, WALDPORT OR.; d. March 19, 1975, SEATTLE WA [N.W. HOSP]creamated; m. SUSAN WILLIAMSON, June 16, 1925, Portland, OR.; b. June 02, 1894, COOPER COVE TX.; d. February 11, 1978, SEATTLE WA.[N.W. HOSP] creamated.

Notes for ROBERT BYRON MARKS:

Robert Marks appointed lightkeeper June 1924;resigned April 1929. Nootka Light house West Coast Vancover Island.

Served in Canadian Expeditionary Force Regimental number 2203386, Reference R 615 asession.line

He was in the battle of VimyRidge

The battle of Vimy Ridge, which took place Apr. 9th-14, 1917 was the first battle of World War I in which Canadian soldiers fought together as a unit. British and French forces had both tried without success to take this important Ridge earlier in the war; and in the spring of 1917 the job of taking it was given to the Canadian Corps under the command of British lieutenant general Si rJ.H.G. Byng . Training for the attack had been carefully carried out and the Canadians attacked along a 6.4 km front on April 9th. They achieved a magnificence victory in which they swept the Germans off the ridge. Casualties were high, a mounting to about 10,600 of which nearly 3600 were killed. Their success engender a great feeling of national pride and the Canadian Corps gained recognition as an elite Corps.

ii. ANNES EUGENIA MARKS, b. November 09, 1895, Yachats, OR.; d. January 23, 1989, Corvallis, OR.; m. (1) JAMES ARTHUR HOPE; b. March 07, 1875; d. September 12, 1949; m. (2) LANE; m. (3) H.BRUNSTROM.

Notes for ANNES EUGENIA MARKS:

Annes was a high school teacher she had four years of college. Mac Henry funeral home 206 NW 5th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97330. License number 4 7 -- 3464. Social Security number 541 -- 4 4 -- 0111 age 93 she was sick three weeks.

Personal history: attended element school in yachts and Waldport, Oregon. Graduated from Waldport high school in 1917. She then attended college for several years in Oregon, and Washington,earning a teaching certificate and bachelors of science degree. She has lived in Corvallis since 1949. She taught high school and primary school in rural Benton and Lincoln County. She was married to Alfred F. Brunstrom Hall in December 21, 1957 in Corvallis, Oregon he passed away in June of 1969.

Memberships: member of the knife and fork club of Corvallis, the National Retired Teachers Association., and attended the Corvallis Evangelical church.

Survivors: daughter: Dorris Ee.Dowd of Seattle, Washington.

daughter: Violet Trosper of Corvallis, Oregon

four grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren

Services: Funeral services will be held at 1 PM Thursday, Jan. 26 1989 in the chapel of the MAC Henry Funeral Home. Mausoleum intombment will fallow in Oaklawn Memorial Park Mausoleum. Pastor Ron Johnson will officiate.

Visitation: Thursday, 9 AM until noon at the McHenry Funeral Home. 206 NW 5th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97330

McHenry phone number 757-8141

iii. CLAUDE MARKS, b. 1896, WALDPORT OR.; d. 1960, CORrvlis OR. Alsea; m. ANN LOWERY; b. March 08, 1907, TILLAMOOK OR.; d. June 22, 1995, SALEM OR. buried Alsea Or..

Notes for CLAUDE MARKS:

Claude Marks trapped all the creeks and Yachats River. Claude ran a dairy for many years delivered milk as far south as Florence. When the second World war started the went commercial fishing. Then after the war he bought timber land and started logging on the Alsea river and raising cattle.

October 22, 1936 Claude Marks has gone on a hunting trip to Eastern Oregon for a few days, Mrs. Ray Brown is assisting Mrs. Ann Marks with the work.

During the depression years, when times were hard and banks weren't safe, Claude Marks putA$50.00 in a coffee can and buried it in the backyard. When the started looking for it, the can was the. Sometime later he found the can on a bank near the creek. The chickens had scratched it found and it had been lost for some years.

47. THEODORE??SMITH8 MARKS (MARY JANE7, JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1863 in PEI., and died 1926 in P.E.I. Margate. He married PRISCILLA. She was born 1870, and died 1963 in PEI. Margate.

Notes for THEODORE??SMITH MARKS:

THEODORE MARKS [SMITH] 1863 MY FATHER JAMES SMITH .IN THE LIST ON PAGE ONE OF THE FAMILY WILLIAM MARKS BORN 1803 AND CHRISTIAN WHITEHEAD THE NAMES MARY JANE 1832 AND CHRISTIAN 1838 WERE BOTH MY GRAND PARENTS HENCE MY PARENTS WERE FIRST COUSINS. THIS ACCOUNTS FOR ARTHER BEING A FIRST COUSIN TO MY MOTHER AS WELL AS THE 12 OTHER MANDERSON 7GIRLS AND 6 BOYS IN THE FAMILY.

Even Jim Smith, who was very well informed about the Marks family, had no idea who is grandfather was. His father, Theodore Smith, would not talk about his parentage. Jim never knew if his father knew who farther was or not. He used the name Smith, only because Mary Jane's employer at the time was a Smith and he offered for her to use his last name for the baby. As you are aware to other of her sons went by the name Marks, and her fourth son, was adopted by the Coles family and used their name.

Children of THEODORE??SMITH MARKS and PRISCILLA are:

i. JANEY9 SMITH, b. 1894.

ii. HARVEY LEE SMITH, b. 1896.

iii. MAUD EVANCELINE SMITH, b. 1898.

iv. JAMES K. SMITH, b. 1908; d. September 19, 1997, P.E.I.; m. INEZ CAMPBELL.

Notes for JAMES K. SMITH:

Jim operated a saw mill on PEI. for maney year till he ran out of timber.Jim made servel trips to the N.W. Terr. fox farming and working in a weather station.He worked on the Due Line radar stations at Goosebay Labdor.also at Bathoon.He supplied a lot of family history.He took me around to the cemeterys where the Marks were buried. He looked so much like my father he could have past as a brother.He belonged to the Masonic Lodge.

48. JOHN R.8 MARKS (WILLIAM7, JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1)

Children of JOHN R. MARKS are:

i. ELIZA9 MARKS.

ii. NEIL MARKS.

iii. ORENTHA J MARKS, b. 1900; d. 1974, PEI. Margate; m. HARRY P. MARKS; b. 1891; d. 1974, PEI. Margate.

Notes for HARRY P. MARKS:

They were first cousins.

49. ADONIJAH8 MARKS (WILLIAM7, JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1858 in Long River, PEI. Canada, and died 1945 in Long River, PEI., Canada. He married ELIZBETH ANN CAMPBELL November 11, 1881 in Summerside, PEI., Canada, daughter of CAMPBELL and ROBINSON WARES. She was born 1856 in Springbrook, PEI., Canada, and died 1937 in Long River, PEI., Canada.

Notes for ADONIJAH MARKS:

1891 census age 31 religion Presbyterian lot 20 B-2

1901 census age 42 religion Presbyterian occupation farmer lot 20 B-1 Queens

Notes for ELIZBETH ANN CAMPBELL:

Her parents were Robinson Wares

Children of ADONIJAH MARKS and ELIZBETH CAMPBELL are:

i. LILY9 MARKS, b. 1883, Long River, PEI., Canada; d. Summerside, PEI., Canada; m. SAMUEL DUNNING.

ii. WINNIFRED JANE MARKS, b. 1885, Long River, PEI., Canada; d. 1962, Springbrook, PEI., Canada; m. BLANCHARD REAGH MEEK; b. October 07, 1881, Springbrook, PEI., Canada; d. 1974, Springbrook, PEI., Canada.

Notes for BLANCHARD REAGH MEEK:

Mother Theresa Catherine Adams

iii. MARY ELIZABETH MARKS, b. 1895, Long River, PEI., Canada; d. 1990, Summerside, PEI., Canada; m. EMERSON DELANEY; b. PEI., Canada; d. French River, PEI., Canada.

iv. BESSIE MAY MARKS, b. May 16, 1905, Long River, PEI., Canada; d. August 08, 1988, Windsor, Ontario, Canada; m. JOHN VERE WHEELER, May 30, 1935, Kensington, PEI., Canada; b. December 02, 1907, Murray River, PEI. Canada; d. January 23, 1986, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Notes for JOHN VERE WHEELER:

mother Christina Bears

50. WILLIAM8 MARKS (WILLIAM7, JAMES WILLIAM6, WILLIAM5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born 1862 in PEI., and died 1944 in P.E.I.. He married ELLA DUNNING, daughter of ELIZABETH ARTHUR. She was born 1871, and died 1956 in buried Margate PEI..

Notes for WILLIAM MARKS:

1891 Census William Marks age 31 Methodist lot 20 B-1

19 0 1 Census William Marks age 39 Methodist occupation Fisherman lot 20 B-2 Queens

Child of WILLIAM MARKS and ELLA DUNNING is:

i. HARRY P.9 MARKS, b. 1891; d. 1974, PEI. Margate; m. ORENTHA J MARKS; b. 1900; d. 1974, PEI. Margate.

Notes for HARRY P. MARKS:

They were first cousins.

51. CHARLES8 MARKS (SEWALL7, STEPHEN6, STEPHEN5, WILLIAM4, RICHARD3, JOSEPH2, MR.MARKS1) was born March 12, 1869. He married BEATRICE O'BRIEN.

Child of CHARLES MARKS and BEATRICE O'BRIEN is:

i. WARD WESCOTT/FRANCIS MICHAEL9 MARKS, b. December 17, 1908; m. BERTHA GAY.


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