The Descendants of Thomas Mutlow and Catherine Jenkins


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The Descendants of Thomas Mutlow and Catherine Jenkins

Generation One

1. Thomas Mutlow, b. circa 1790 in Ledbury, Bristol, England, d. April 12, 1880 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 1) buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, P.E.I.

Thomas Mutlow came from Bristol, England and travelled to Gloucester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. before coming to Canada. On P.E.I. he was a farmer, hatmaker and innkeeper.

He married Catherine Jenkins, married circa 1822 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., b. circa 1789 in Birch Hill, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Nicholas (Henckell) Jenkins and Elizabeth Pfluger) d. February 10, 1879 at her late residence in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 2) buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

2. i. Nicholas John Mutlow b. December 5, 1823.

ii. Elizabeth Mutlow, b. January 26, 1825 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 15, 1825 at St. Paul's Church of England (Richmond Parish), Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 3) d. January 8, 1897, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

3. iii. Thomas Henry Mutlow b. April 15, 1828.

4. iv. William Mutlow b. circa 1829.

v. John James Mutlow, b. May 31, 1832 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 16, 1831 at St. John's Presbyterian Church, Belfast, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 4) d. June 13, 1909, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

5. vi. Richard Mutlow b. November 26, 1832.

vii. Esther Mutlow, b. April 18, 1835 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 9, 1920, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Esther Mutlow resided with her parents and later with her brother John James in the Mutlow family homestead.

Generation Two

2. Nicholas John Mutlow, b. December 5, 1823 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 20, 1824 in St. Paul's Church of England, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 5) d. December 18, 1899 in Sturgeon, Lot 59, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 6).

Nicholas John Mutlow and Ann Acorn met while her family was still living in the Lot 49 area of Queens County, P.E.I. after their marriage, they initially resided in the Birch Hill and Village Green area of Lot 49. This information is indicated by the Free Church of Scotland baptismal records for their first five children. In Village Green, they settled on sixty-five acres of land leased on March 1, 1854 from Edward Curtis and Robert Poole Haythorne. This land lease is a good example of the arrangements tenants, such as Nicholas Mutlow, had to make in order to develop a livelihood.

The couple later moved to the Sturgeon Road area near Milltown Cross in Lot 61, Kings County, P.E.I. This moved placed them close to Ann's parents. They made their move to Lot 61 some time between August 14, 1865 when their fifth child was baptized and May 10, 1867 when their sixth child was born. This change of domicile is also seen in the baptismal records of the Free Church of Scotland.

The 1881 Census for P.E.I. and the 1880 Meecham Atlas for P.E.I. along with its Patron's Directory all show Nicholas Mutlow as residing on 50 acres of land at the southeast and southwest sides of the Sturgeon Road corner and being list as being occupied as a farmer. Janie MacQuarrie, a granddaughter, has notes showing Nicholas as operating a mill in the Sturgeon area which was later sold to Dan Collings prior to the death of Nicholas in 1899.

He married Ann Acorn, married March 12, 1850 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 7) b. May 1, 1828 in Village Green, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of George Acorn and Anne "Annie" Sentner) d. August 24, 1913 in Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 8) buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 9).

Children:

6. i. Priscilla Ann Mutlow b. February 24, 1853.

7. ii. Catherine Jane "Janie" Mutlow b. May 2, 1857.

8. iii. Charles Solomon Mutlow b. February 14, 1860.

9. iv. Lemuel Jenkins Mutlow b. May 13, 1861.

10. v. Eleanor May Mutlow b. February 9, 1865.

11. vi. Esther Maria Mutlow b. May 10, 1867.

vii. Elizabeth Caroline "Carrie" Mutlow, b. February 26, 1870 in Sturgeon Road, Milltown Cross, Lot 61, Kings County, P.E.I., baptized September 17, 1870 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 10).

She married John Ferdinand Hempel, married November 29, 1905 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A., b. April 1856 in Hanover, Germany, (see note 11) (son of Charles Hempel and Augusta Claprode).

The 1910 United States Census shows the Hemples as residing in Attleboro, Massachusetts with John being occupied as a jewelry cleaner. The 1910 Census also shows two of John's daughters as residing with the family: Freda E. Hemple born circa 1887 in Massachusetts and being occupied as a bench hand in a jewellry factory, and Bertha C. Hemple born circa 1893 also in Massachusetts and being occupied as a chain maker in a jewellry factory. The 1920 Census shows him being occupied as a toolmaker in a jewelry shop.

The 1880 Census shows John Hemple and his first wife Frances (unknown) born circa 1856 in Rhode Island as residing in Wrentham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts with John being occupied in a jewellry shop. Apparently, this marriage produced eight children - three sons and five daughters.

viii. Lydia Elvira Tutean Mutlow, b. February 22, 1875 in Sturgeon Road, Milltown Cross, Lot 61, P.E.I., baptized September 19, 1875 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 12) d. circa 1962, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married James Angus MacKinnon, married August 28, 1901, (see note 13) b. December 21, 1864, (son of Daniel William MacKinnon and Charlotte Moore) d. circa 1947, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

James and Lydia MacKinnon ran a general country store in the Sturgeon area of Kings County, P.E.I.

3. Thomas Henry Mutlow, b. April 15, 1828 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 22, 1829 at St. Pauls Church of England, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 14) d. May 25, 1905 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Thomas Henry Mutlow was a farmer and a hatmaker.

He married Ann Hardy, married June 18, 1856, (see note 15) b. May 2, 1838 in Little York, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of John Hardy and Susan Jennings) baptized May 10, 1839 at Grace Methodist Church, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., d. October 10, 1902 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

12. i. Lydia Ann Mutlow b. July 16, 1857.

13. ii. John Thomas Mutlow b. October 18, 1859.

iii. William Richard Mutlow, b. December 26, 1861 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 24, 1862 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 16).

iv. Emmeline Jane Mutlow, b. July 16, 1864 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized March 18, 1864 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 17) d. circa 1943, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married (1) John Lemuel Prowse, married May 5, 1885, b. circa 1863, (son of Joseph T. Prowse and Agnes Rider Javis).

She married (2) Thomas Habigh Mutlow, b. January 17, 1866 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Richard Mutlow and Lydia Ann Sawyer) baptized August 22, 1866 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 18) d. circa 1930, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

v. Ida May Mutlow, b. July 16, 1864 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized March 18, 1864 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 19) d. May 2, 1912 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

vi. Jessy Elisabeth Mutlow, b. January 21, 1866 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 16, 1866 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 20).

14. vii. Robert Seymour Mutlow b. November 18, 1868.

viii. James Nicholas Mutlow, b. March 1, 1873 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 17, 1872 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. May 23, 1934, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Maria H. Jenkins, married June 20, 1899, b. October 27, 1866 in Birch Hill, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Benjamin Jenkins and Mary Jane Gay) baptized in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 21) d. July 23, 1958, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

15. ix. Catherine Minnie Mutlow b. August 8, 1874.

16. x. Henry Leslie Mutlow b. December 3, 1878.

4. William Mutlow, b. circa 1829 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 13, 1909 in Seal River, Queens County, P.E.I.

William Mutlow is shown in the 1880 Atlas as living on the Dundee Road at Orwell, Lot 50, P.E.I. His occupation is shown as being a blacksmith.

He married Jessie MacLean, married circa 1854, b. December 24, 1827 in Prince Edward Island.

Children:

i. Sarah Elizabeth Mutlow, b. October 28, 1856 in Vernon River, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 16, 1860 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 22).

The Board of Education reported Sarah Elizabeth Mutlow as being a teacher at Seal River South (Lot 49) from August 1876 to 1879. The book entitled "Skye Pioneers and The Island" shows Sarah Mutlow as being a teacher in Vancouver, British Columbia.

ii. Esther Elizabeth Mutlow, b. December 10, 1858 in Vernon River, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 16, 1860 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 23).

Esther Elizabeth Mutlow is noted as being a school teacher at Seal River, P.E.I.

17. iii. Ann Hardy Mutlow b. May 14, 1862.

5. Richard Mutlow, b. November 26, 1832 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 27, 1917, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

The 1861 Census for P.E.I. shows Richard Mutlow as residing in Lot 50 and as being a blacksmith. The 1880 Atlas for P.E.I. shows him as residing at Pleasant View in the Millview area of Lot 49 and as being a blacksmith and a farmer. The 1881 Census for P.E.I. shows him as residing in Lot 49 and as being a blacksmith.

He married Lydia Ann Sawyer, married circa 1852, b. circa 1831 in U.S.A., d. October 2, 1898, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Elizabeth L. Mutlow, b. circa 1857 in (Pleasant View) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. August 21, 1895, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

18. ii. Lucy Esther Mutlow b. July 14, 1858.

iii. Catherine Elvira Mutlow, b. October 24, 1860 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 19, 1861 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 24) d. February 15, 1888, buried in People's Cemetery, Crapaud, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married James William Villet, married February 2, 1887 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 25) b. February 23, 1854 in Desable, Lot 29, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of William Villet and Elizabeth Phillips) d. October 4, 1928 in Millview, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in People's Cemetery, Crapud, Queens County, P.E.I.

iv. Samuel Franklin Mutlow, b. October 31, 1862 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 17, 1863 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 26) d. February 24, 1866 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Samuel Franklin Mutlow died at three (3) years and four (4) months of age.

v. Thomas Habigh Mutlow, b. January 17, 1866 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 22, 1866 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 27) d. circa 1930, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Emmeline Jane Mutlow, b. July 16, 1864 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Thomas Henry Mutlow and Ann Hardy) baptized March 18, 1864 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 28) d. circa 1943, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

19. vi. Alfred Richard Mutlow b. January 29, 1866.

vii. Henrietta Amelia Mutlow, b. May 19, 1870 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 25, 1870 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. September 30, 1873 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Henrietta Amelia Mutlow died at three (3) years and four (4) months of age.

20. viii. Alice Henrietta Mutlow b. November 26, 1879.

Generation Three

6. Priscilla Ann Mutlow, b. February 24, 1853 in Birch Hill, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 9, 1854 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 29) d. circa 1897 in Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married George William Moore, married November 6, 1873, (see note 30) b. August 2, 1852 in Albion, Lot 61, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Samuel Moore and Grace Chapman) d. January 26, 1933 in Bangor, Maine, U.S.A., buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Edwin Wesley Moore, b. May 1874 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 15, 1878 in Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Adilla J. Bertha Moore, b. December 1877 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 17, 1879 in Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

21. iii. Milford Ernest Moore b. June 1880.

22. iv. Laura May Moore b. September 29, 1883.

23. v. Mary Gertrude "Minnie" Moore b. October 22, 1885.

24. vi. Mervin Everett Moore b. February 14, 1890.

7. Catherine Jane "Janie" Mutlow, b. May 2, 1857 in Birch Hill, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 31) baptized June 14, 1857 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 32) d. December 19, 1926, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Jonathan Samuel "Jock" Lewellin, married November 28, 1883, (see note 33) b. February 13, 1859, (son of Henry J. Lewellin and Elizabeth Collings) baptized September 18, 1867 in Sturgeon Bible Christian Church, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 34) d. May 15, 1928, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

Jonathan was still using the original Welsh spelling of his family name. He was a farmer in Lot 61, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

25. i. Wesley Henry "Hank" Lewellin b. October 31, 1883.

26. ii. Chester Howard Lewellin b. June 12, 1886.

iii. Arthur Nicholas Lewellin, b. January 18, 1888, baptized July 31, 1888 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 35).

27. iv. Earl Atwood Lewellin b. August 1, 1890.

28. v. Elmer Lemuel Lewellin b. August 14, 1893.

vi. Isabella Lewellin, b. December 27, 1897, d. October 19, 1914.

8. Charles Solomon Mutlow, b. February 14, 1860 in Village Green, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 15, 1860 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 36) d. circa 1935, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

Jim Llewellyn of Georgetown remembers one of his family receiving a letter from a member of the Nathaniel Randall family that extoled Charlie Mutlow's kindness to their family.

He married Hattie Ella O'Brien, married August 21, 1904 in Pictou, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, b. February 17, 1871 in Middleboro, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia, (daughter of Robert D. O'Brien and Augusta Caufield) d. March 23, 1918, (see note 37) buried in Sturgon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. (son) Mutlow, b. circa 1904, d. circa 1904, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

29. ii. Bertha Mutlow b. circa 1906.

30. iii. Raymond L. "Ray" Mutlow b. January 10, 1908.

iv. Charles Herbert Mutlow, b. circa 1911, d. July 10, 1916, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

v. (son) Mutlow, b. circa 1918, d. circa 1918, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

9. Lemuel Jenkins Mutlow, b. May 13, 1861 in Village Green, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 21, 1862 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 38) d. circa 1932, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows the Mutlow family as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts with Lemuel being occupied as a reducer in a jewellry factory.

He married Mattie G. Arbo, married March 30, 1892, b. circa 1873 in Castine, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., (daughter of James W. Arbo and Ada E. (unknown)) d. circa 1934, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Elvira E. Mutlow, b. January 15, 1893 in Maine, U.S.A., d. March 1963, (see note 39).

The 1920 United States Census shows Elvira Mutlow as residing with her parents and being occupied as an enameller in a jewellry factory.

She married Willard E. Rollins.

Willard and Elvira Rollins first resided in Attleboro, Massachusetts before moving to Florida. They divorced and she returned to Attleboro.

ii. Gladys Estelle Mutlow, b. December 7, 1894 in Maine, U.S.A., d. March 6, 1987 in East Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A., buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows Gladys as residing with her parents and in 1920 being occupied as an enameller in a jewellry factory and in 1930 as owning her own millinery business.

31. iii. Clayton Lemuel Mutlow b. May 28, 1902.

32. iv. Milfred Charles Mutlow b. August 23, 1905.

10. Eleanor May Mutlow, b. February 9, 1865 in Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 14, 1865 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 40) d. November 12, 1891, (see note 41) buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married James Llewellyn, married January 27, 1891 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 42) b. November 27, 1862 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of John Llewellyn and Agnes Hicken) baptized July 7, 1863 at Sturgeon Bible Christian Church, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 43) d. March 28, 1952, buried in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

James Llewellyn remarried to Alice Henrietta Mutlow, a first cousin of his late wife Eleanor May.

Children:

i. (infant) Llewellyn, b. November 12, 1891, d. November 12, 1891.

11. Esther Maria Mutlow, b. May 10, 1867 in Sturgeon Road, Milltown Cross, Lot 61 , Kings County, P.E.I., baptized October 12, 1868 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 44) d. circa 1944.

She married Nathaniel Benjamin Randall, married November 22, 1888 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 45) b. November 10, 1867, (see note 46) (son of Louis (sic Lewis) Randall and Ann Conrad).

The 1891 Census for P.E.I. shows Nathaniel Randall (age 25), his wife Esther (age 24) and their daughter Lelia (age 2) as living with his parents, Louis (age 58) and Ann Randall (age 47). Louis, Ann and Nathaniel are shown as being adherents of the Church of England. Esther and Lelia are shown as Baptist. A servant, John Campbell (age 28), is also shown with the family and as being a Methodist.

Nathaniel Randall is shown on the Sturgeon voters list as # 27 in 1989 and # 32 in 1891 and as being a farmer.

The Nathaniel Randall family emigrated to the United States in 1912. The 1920 and 1930 United States Census show the family as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and Nathaniel as being occupied at a jewelry factory.

Children:

i. Leila Florence Randall, b. May 2, 1889 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 24, 1889 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 47) d. May 7, 1965 in Licking, Licking County, Ohio, U.S.A.

Leila Florence Randall emigrated to the United States in 1905. The 1910 United States Census shows her as residing with her aunt Carrie Hemple in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a chain maker in a jewellry factory.

She married Albert Smith, b. circa 1885 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. September 27, 1965 in Wellington Community Hospital, Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio, U.S.A.

The 1930 United States Census shows Albert and Leila Smith as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts with Albert being occupied as a foreman in a jewelry factory.

ii. Ella May Randall, b. May 18, 1891 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. January 1971 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows Ella May Randall as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a nurse.

She married Harold Bradbury.

33. iii. Lewis (sic Louis) George Randall b. September 10, 1893.

iv. Clara Anne Randall, b. February 10, 1895 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized March 22, 1896 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 48) d. November 29, 1987 in Plainville, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows Clara Anne Randall as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a packer in a jewelry factory.

She married John A. Siddall, b. circa 1895 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of John Siddal and Orley M. (unknown)).

The 1930 United States Census shows the Sidalls as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts with John being occupied as the proprietor of an accessory shop.

34. v. Edna Miriam Randall b. January 25, 1897.

35. vi. Arthur Lowell Randall b. January 29, 1899.

36. vii. Harriett Sophie "Hattie" Randall b. July 8, 1901.

viii. Clarence Nathaniel Randall, b. January 8, 1903 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 12, 1903 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 49) d. April 19, 1973 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows him as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a helper in a jewelry factory. The 1930 Census shows him as being occupied as a contractor with his own business.

He married Nellie Jane Ayer, (daughter of John William Ayer and Anna B. Crossman).

37. ix. Lillian H. "Lil" Randall b. January 8, 1905.

x. Roy H. Randall, b. October 26, 1907 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. November 1975 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1930 United States Census shows Roy H. Randall as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a contractor doing cement work.

xi. Living, (details excluded).

She married Arthur A. "Art" Lundsten, b. June 27, 1906 in Rhode Island, U.S.A., (son of Olaf Lundsten and Emma M. (unknown)) d. June 25, 1994 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

12. Lydia Ann Mutlow, b. July 16, 1857 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 4, 1857 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 50) d. circa 1945 in Lethbridge, Alberta.

She married Henry Pope Mills, married February 15, 1879 in Zion Presbyterian Church Manse, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 51) b. August 2, 1859 in Little York, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Stephen Richard Mills and Ellen Plaidwest Hardy) d. circa 1925 in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Children:

i. William A. Mills, b. March 8, 1879.

ii. Thomas Henry Mills, b. August 4, 1881.

He married Helen Maria Thorne, b. circa 1897.

iii. Charlotte "Lottie" Mills, b. July 1, 1882.

She married Edwin Knowlton, b. circa 1882.

38. iv. Everett Seymour Mills b. April 3, 1885.

v. Daisy E. Mills, b. November 8, 1886, d. in Lethbridge, Alberta.

She married Joe Ball, b. circa 1894.

vi. Annie E. Mills, b. May 5, 1888.

She married Hal Warren, b. circa 1888.

vii. Percy P. Mills, b. May 6, 1890.

He married Emma Birt, b. circa 1892.

viii. Sadie E. Mills, b. December 6, 1891.

She married Westley Young, b. circa 1890.

ix. John R. Mills, b. July 23, 1893.

x. Margaret S. "Maggie" Mills, b. August 31, 1895, d. circa 1978 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married George Cudmore, b. circa 1895, d. April 21, 1965.

13. John Thomas Mutlow, b. October 18, 1859 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 20, 1860 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens Copunty, P.E.I., (see note 52) d. December 29, 1935 in Fiske, Saskatchewan, buried in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

John Thomas and Margaret Elizabeth Mutlow originally resided in Millview, Lot 49, P.E.I. They moved to Western Canada in 1917 and settled in the Bonnie Vale District just south of McGee in Saskatchewan.

He married Margaret Elizabeth Jenkins, married January 30, 1883 at Zion Presbyterian Church Manse, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 53) b. August 20, 1863 in Birch Hill, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Joseph Jenkins and Anne MacPherson) d. July 19, 1964 at Kindersley Hospital, Kindersley, Saskatchwan, buried October 10, 1964 in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

Children:

39. i. William Henry Mutlow b. June 16, 1884.

40. ii. Jessie Emmeline Mutlow b. January 23, 1886.

41. iii. Joseph S. Mutlow b. February 27, 1888.

iv. John Chester Mutlow, b. February 7, 1890 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. circa 1961 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan.

He married Marie Clark, married circa 1954 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan.

42. v. Bertha Elizabeth Mutlow b. February 4, 1892.

43. vi. Esther May Mutlow b. June 27, 1894.

44. vii. Richard Bruce Mutlow b. January 8, 1897.

viii. Robert E. Mutlow, b. March 8, 1899 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 1, 1899, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

ix. Annie Rose Mutlow, b. September 16, 1900 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized April 8, 1901, d. July 11, 1975 in Lacombe, Saskatchewan, buried July 15, 1975 in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

She married Herbert Fisher, married in Oakbank, Manitoba, b. circa 1881, d. circa 1954 in Fiske, Saskatchewan, buried in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

Herbert and Annie Rose Fisher may have resided in Ponoka, Alberta.

45. x. Rogerson Campbell "Roger" Mutlow b. February 2, 1903.

xi. Roy Thomas Mutlow, b. November 3, 1905 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. March 21, 1990 in Fiske, Saskatchewan, buried in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

14. Robert Seymour Mutlow, b. November 18, 1868 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 19, 1869 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 54) d. November 30, 1950, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Robert Mutlow's middle name at the time of his baptism was shown as "Seaman" and at the time of his marriage as "Seaymore". He was occupied as a butcher.

He married Eliza Hannah Jenkins, married July 1, 1891 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 55) b. February 13, 1871 in Birch Hill, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Benjamin Jenkins and Mary Jane Gay) baptized in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 56) d. March 14, 1946 in Vernon River, Lot 50, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Emma E. Mutlow, b. April 10, 1887 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island.

ii. Abner Seymour Mutlow, b. April 8, 1893 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized November 24, 1894, d. April 17, 1902, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

The following item appeared in the Guardian of April 18, 1902 on page 5: "Yesterday morning a son of Mr. Robert Mutlow, butcher of Millview, died of diphtheria. The house has been flagged by the Board of Health and no intercourse is allowed with the family. The school at Millview has been closed in consequence of the disease breaking out in Mr. Mutlow's family."

iii. Ella May "Elly" Mutlow, b. July 25, 1896 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 6, 1896 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 57).

She married Hivie Hanford "Ivy" Garrett, b. May 17, 1892, (son of Caleb E. Garrett and Catherine "Kate" MacKinnon) d. October 12, 1962, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Hivie H. Garrett was a Private in the 14th Batallion (CEF) during World War I.

iv. Everett Milton Mutlow, b. November 25, 1901 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 14, 1902, d. August 1970 in Jamaica Plains, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

15. Catherine Minnie Mutlow, b. August 8, 1874 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 5, 1875 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. circa 1955, buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married William Frederick Riggs, married December 28, 1893 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 58) b. February 22, 1872, d. circa 1909, buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Vernon Riggs, b. October 23, 1894.

ii. Golda P. Riggs, b. July 19, 1898.

iii. Carl Bruce Riggs, b. August 1906, d. circa 1926, buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

16. Henry Leslie Mutlow, b. December 3, 1878 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 8, 1879 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. June 4, 1948, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Eva Maud Waterman, married June 23, 1904 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 59) b. April 1887, d. April 4, 1974, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

46. i. Olive M. Mutlow b. April 1906.

ii. Gordon L. Mutlow, b. March 22, 1908, d. March 8, 1974, buried in St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery, Milton, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Florence Thorne, b. November 11, 1907, d. March 23, 1985, buried in St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery, Milton, Queens County, P.E.I.

47. iii. Bertha Mae Mutlow b. September 1910.

17. Ann Hardy Mutlow, b. May 14, 1862 in Vernon River, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 16, 1866 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 60).

She married John Orlebar MacLeod, married February 15, 1884 at Zion Presbyterian Church Manse, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 61) b. September 8, 1861 in Orwell, Lot 50, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Alexander MacLeod and Jessie Campbell) d. August 22, 1935 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

John Orlebar and Ann Hardy MacLeod moved to Vancouver, British Columbia.

Children:

i. William Archie MacLeod, b. July 5, 1887 in New Westminster, British Columbia.

ii. Jessie Hardy MacLeod, b. August 6, 1888, d. November 14, 1928 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

She married Francis Garnet "Frank" Donaghy, married December 16, 1914 in Vancouver, British Columbia, b. December 9, 1882, (son of John Donaghy and Martha (unknown)) d. September 11, 1936 in Essondale, British Columbia.

Frank and Jessie Donaghy resided in Vancouver, British Columbia.

18. Lucy Esther Mutlow, b. July 14, 1858 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 10, 1858 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 62).

Children:

i. Wilfred J. Mutlow, b. circa 1894, d. May 25, 1896, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Wilfred J. Mutlow died at one (1) year and nine (9) months of age.

19. Alfred Richard Mutlow, b. January 29, 1866 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 19, 1869 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. March 22, 1917, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Margaret Ellen Weatherbie, b. May 7, 1861, d. August 8, 1914, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

48. i. Mable E. Mutlow b. April 20, 1890.

49. ii. Katie Henrietta Mutlow b. July 10, 1892.

iii. Elvira Mutlow, b. July 1893.

iv. Margaret Mutlow, b. March 1895.

v. Richard B. Mutlow, b. November 26, 1896.

50. vi. Marion Alfreda Mutlow b. March 6, 1899.

vii. Harold T. Mutlow, b. November 1903, d. January 5, 1937 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 63).

He married Hazel D. Tomkins.

20. Alice Henrietta Mutlow, b. November 26, 1879 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 26, 1880 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, P.E.I., (see note 64) d. circa 1928, buried in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, P.E.I.

She married James Llewellyn, married April 13, 1898 at the home of the bride's parents in Millview, Lot 50, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 65) b. November 27, 1862 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of John Llewellyn and Agnes Hicken) baptized July 7, 1863 at Sturgeon Bible Christian Church, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 66) d. March 28, 1952, buried in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

James Llewellyn remarried to Alice Henrietta Mutlow, a first cousin of his late wife Eleanor May.

Children:

51. i. Lucy Irene Llewellyn b. July 25, 1900.

52. ii. Agnes Loretta Llewellyn b. October 23, 1901.

iii. Fenton Gordon Llewellyn, b. June 21, 1903 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 8, 1903 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 67) d. circa 1904 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

53. iv. Mabel Barbara Llewellyn b. October 15, 1904.

54. v. Lydia Pearl Llewellyn b. January 22, 1906.

55. vi. Mary Alice Llewellyn b. September 6, 1907.

56. vii. James Richard Llewellyn b. August 5, 1909.

viii. Raymond Samuel Llewellyn, b. May 5, 1911 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 3, 1911 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 68) d. November 21, 2000 in Somerville, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

According to the United States WWII Army Enlistment Records, Raymond S. Llewellyn enlisted on November 3, 1943 and was shown as being a mechanical draftsman. According to the United States Public Records, Raymond Samuel Llewellyn resided in Kingston, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

He married Frances Ethel MacKinnon, married July 22, 1934, b. February 4, 1909 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, (daughter of David MacKinnon and Sarah Vaughn) d. July 21, 1983 in Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Everett, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

57. ix. Alfred Lockwood "Lock" Llewellyn b. March 28, 1913.

58. x. Beatrice Elvira Llewellyn b. September 2, 1914.

59. xi. Annie Myrtle Llewellyn b. December 17, 1916.

60. xii. Arthur Wellington Llewellyn b. January 13, 1919.

61. xiii. Living (details excluded).

62. xiv. Bryer Keith Llewellyn b. July 30, 1925.

Generation Four

21. Milford Ernest Moore, b. June 1880 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 15, 1950 in Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1930 United States Census shows the Moore family residing in Medford, Massachusetts with Milford being occupied as a nailer in a box factory.

He married Mary Jane Swallow, married July 15, 1903, b. November 22, 1887 in Lot 55, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of John Swallow and Sarah Priscilla Jenkins) d. in Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia.

Children:

i. Mildred Moore.

ii. Lemuel Everett Moore, b. October 5, 1905 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. April 3, 1987 in Panmure Island, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Church Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

The 1930 United States Census shows the Moore family as residing in Everett, Massachusetts with Lemuel being occupied as a barber in a barber shop and Margaret being occupied as an inspector in a razor blade factory.

He married (1) Living, (details excluded).

He married (2) Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

iv. Living, (details excluded).

22. Laura May Moore, b. September 29, 1883 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 26, 1884 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 69) d. July 24, 1973 in Dover, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

She married (1) Daniel Jamieson, b. June 13, 1881 in Sturgeon, Lot 61, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Godfrey Jamieson and Mary Victoria Reynolds) baptized September 4, 1881 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. July 4, 1957 in Dover, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Maude Priscilla Jamieson, b. January 29, 1903 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, d. January 5, 1968 in Dover, Stratford County, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

She married Emil Joseph Rennebu, married October 4, 1923 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., b. January 14, 1898 in New Hampshire, U.S.A., d. December 23, 1972 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

ii. Mary E. Jamieson, b. July 10, 1912 in Brewer, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., d. May 18, 1990.

She married (1) Donald McCann, b. circa 1911, d. March 11, 1974 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

She married (2) Albert Oates.

iii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

She married (2) Paul Gustav Sussenbach, b. circa 1890 in Germany, d. September 14, 1969 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

23. Mary Gertrude "Minnie" Moore, b. October 22, 1885 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 20, 1886 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 70) d. November 1, 1974 in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Forestdale Cemetery, Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married James Herbert (sic Winn) Wynne, married February 21, 1911, b. January 12, 1889 in Bass River, Kent County, New Brunswick, (son of John Winn and Alice Anny Easter) d. December 9, 1957 in Malden Hospital, Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried December 12, 1957 in Forestdale Cemetery, Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1930 United States Census shows the Wynne family as residing in Medford, Massachusetts with James being occupied as a welder in a chemical company.

Children:

i. Laura Helen Wynne, b. circa 1912 in Maine, U.S.A., d. circa 1969 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

ii. Allen Everett James Wynne, b. March 30, 1913 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., d. April 30, 1983 in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The United States World War II Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946 shows Allen Wynne as having enlisted on October 6, 1942 at Boston, Massachusetts.

He married Leona Maria Labinsky, married November 30, 1937.

iii. Living, (details excluded).

iv. Jacqueline Lea "Lela" Wynne, b. October 1916 in Maine, U.S.A., d. circa 1999 in New Jersey, U.S.A.

She married Peter Maio.

v. Mary Lea "Lydia" Wynne, b. October 12, 1917 in Maine, U.S.A., d. August 1, 1985.

She married Living, (details excluded).

vi. Ethel Bernice "Bunnie" Wynne, b. March 12, 1919 in South Brewer, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., d. August 8, 1971 in Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A., buried in Forestdale Cemetery, Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married (1) Salvatore Guy Pasqualino, married December 10, 1941 in Rochester, New Hampshire, U.S.A., divorced March 21, 1945 at Middlesex County Family Court, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married (2) Richard Warren Acres, b. March 20, 1917 in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. November 1980 in Conyers, Rockdale County, Georgia, U.S.A.

24. Mervin Everett Moore, b. February 14, 1890 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized November 18, 1890 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 71) d. January 11, 1960 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

He married Mary Ellen "Nellie" Jamieson, married November 12, 1912, b. December 8, 1887 in Sturgeon, Lot 61, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Godfrey Jamieson and Mary Victoria Reynolds) baptized January 17, 1888 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. June 9, 1975 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Laura May Moore, b. June 13, 1907 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. October 16, 1978 in Winthrop, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married (1) (unknown) Jamieson.

She married (2) (unknown) Irving.

She married (3) Wilmer William Grant Turner, b. January 19, 1909 in Chebeaque Island, Maine, U.S.A., d. November 18, 1966 in Winthrop, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

ii. Priscilla Maude Moore, b. August 17, 1913 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 18, 1913 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. January 28, 2002 in Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon, U.S.A.

She married Thomas J. Hallahan, b. January 1910 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., d. May 22, 1970 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

iii. Hazel Adella Moore, b. December 8, 1916 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 20, 1919 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. October 25, 1989 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

She married Living, (details excluded).

iv. Catherine Matilda Moore, b. June 9, 1919 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 20, 1919 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. March 17, 1996 in East Holden, Maine, U.S.A., buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

She married John Edward Carter, married March 2, 1940 in Winthrop, Massachusetts, U.S.A., b. November 26, 1917 in East Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of Percy A. Carter and Ellen Etta Foley) d. July 6, 1990 in Belfast, Maine, U.S.A.

25. Wesley Henry "Hank" Lewellin, b. October 31, 1883 in Sturgeon, Lot 61, Kings County, P.E.I., baptized May 7, 1885 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 72) d. May 5, 1970 in Portland, Maine, U.S.A., buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine, U.S.A. in (Bryant) Lot 1605.

Wesley Lewellin went to the United States in 1904 to work in the lumber camps in Greenville, Maine and never came back to P.E.I. He was employed at the International Paper Company.

He married (1) Harriet Ethel "Hattie" Bryant, married circa 1910 in Wilder, Vermont, U.S.A., b. January 24, 1890 in Bangor, Maine, U.S.A., (daughter of Roland R. Bryant and Jennie W. (unknown)) d. August 5, 1939 in Lebanon, New Hampshire, U.S.A., buried August 9, 1939 in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Dorothy Llewellyn, b. June 30, 1911 in Wilder, Vermont, U.S.A., d. July 7, 1986 in Alburquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.

She married Victor Jerard.

ii. Roland Walter Llewellyn, b. March 3, 1913 in Wilder, Vermont, U.S.A., d. March 3, 1913 in Wilder, Vermont, U.S.A.

iii. Clara Llewellyn, b. August 9, 1914 in Wilder, Vermont, U.S.A., d. January 12, 1996 in Bristol, Connecticut, U.S.A.

She married Living, (details excluded).

iv. Elmer Earl "Pete" Llewellyn, b. January 15, 1917 in Wilder, Vermont, U.S.A., d. January 13, 1951 in the Korean War.

He married Blanche (unknown).

v. Roberta M. Llewellyn, b. October 18, 1918, d. circa 1918, buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine, U.S.A.

vi. Living, (details excluded).

He married Blanche (unknown).

vii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

viii. Living, (details excluded).

She married William Henry Curtis, b. October 11, 1912, d. March 13, 1986.

He married (2) Mary Lamont, buried in Franklyn, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

When Wesley and Mary married, she did not want to raise the four youngest children. They were made wards of the state and were raised close by.

26. Chester Howard Lewellin, b. June 12, 1886, baptized January 26, 1887 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 73) d. May 9, 1955, (see note 74) buried May 13, 1955 in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

Chester spelled his name "Lewellin" in the same Welsh form as did his father and grandfather. However, in 1922, "Lewellin" was noted as being spelled "Llewellyn" and this change in spelling is assumed to have taken place some time between 1904 and 1922.

He married Charlotte Loretta "Lottie" Blackett, married July 31, 1907 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 75) b. August 26, 1886 in Grand River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Robert Blackett and Elizabeth Hatcher Banks) d. March 13, 1962, (see note 76) buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Emerson Earl Llewellyn, b. August 30, 1908, baptized April 16, 1909 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, (see note 77) d. May 16, 1988 in Montague, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 78) buried in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, P.E.I.

During his lifetime, he was a fisherman and an engineer on the now-extinct ferry system between Georgetown and Lower Montague. The Georgetown landing was where Marine Harvesting Limited used to be.

Being the oldest, he overlooked many of the problems in the family. (Tonya Llewellyn).

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Clarena Elvira Llewellyn, b. February 8, 1911, baptized September 15, 1911 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 79) d. May 6, 1953, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Leonard Oliver Campbell, married February 24, 1937 in St. David's United Church Manse, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 80) b. April 6, 1905 in Lower Montague, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Josiah Campbell and Ella MacDonald) d. October 4, 1985, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Howard Wesley Llewellyn, b. May 12, 1912, baptized December 5, 1912 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 81) d. December 13, 1989, (see note 82) buried in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

Howard Wesley Llewellyn was a fisherman for many years. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Navy Voluntary Reserve (RCNVR) during World War II. His name appears on the Honor Roll at St. David's United Church in Georgetown, P.E.I.

He married Mary Elizabeth Condon, married December 7, 1940, b. March 29, 1905, (daughter of John Angus "Aeneas" Condon and Jessie (unknown)) d. February 24, 1961, buried in St. James Roman Catholic Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. Newman Elmer Llewellyn, b. March 30, 1915, baptized August 11, 1915 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 83) d. September 17, 1918, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married Rev. Dr. Waldron Abbott MacQuarrie, b. November 29, 1889 in Hampton, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of William A. MacQuarrie and Mary MacBittie) d. May 11, 1986 in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Rev. Dr. Waldron Abbott MacQuarrie was previously married to the former Annie B. Auld of Freetown, P.E.I. They had a daughter and two sons. She passed away in 1950.

He was educated at the Hampton School in Hampton, P.E.I.; Prince of Wales College in Charlottetown, P.E.I.; and at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he received his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in 1913. He then entered the Presbyterian College in Halifax and graduated in 1916. He then went on to the Edinburgh Post Graduate School of Theology in Scotland from 1920 to 1923.

He was ordained by the Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of P.E.I. at Bedeque, P.E.I. on May 30, 1916. Over the years, he served Presbyterian and, after Church Union in 1925, United Church pastoral charges in North Bedeque, Hunter River, Souris-Bay Fortune and Tryon on P.E.I. He also served in Rexton and Edmundston in New Brunswick and La Have and Hopewell in Nova Scotia.

He also served as the President of the Maritime Conference of the United Church of Canada from 1947 to 1948. In 1949, Pine Hill Divinity Hall (now part of the Atlantic School of Theology) conferred upon him the honorary Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) degree.

After his retirement, he served as P.E.I. Presbytery supply for one year in Souris-Bay Fortune and three years at St. David's United Church in Georgetown from 1959 to 1962.

With the formation of the new Central Kings Pastoral Charge by the United Church Presbytery of P.E.I. in the early 1960's, there were two manses in existence. It was decided henceforth to use the Dundas manse and to obtain Presbytery approval to dispose of the Georgetown manse. This approval was granted by Presbytery on November 18, 1963. The Georgetown manse was subsequently purchased by the Rev. Dr. W.A. and Janie MacQuarrie.

In retirement, the Rev. Dr. MacQuarrie continued to take a deep interest in the work of St. David's United Church and served as an elder, and as a member and Clerk of Session.

("A History of St. David's United Church, Georgetown, Prince Edward Island 1837-1978" by Sheila D. Wood, Therese A. Mair, Karen A. Cameron - published by St. David's United Church - 1978).

vi. Chester Newman "Bill" Llewellyn, b. July 4, 1920, baptized October 21, 1920 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 84) d. March 5, 1999 in Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 85) buried March 9, 1999 in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

Bill Llewellyn was the first in his family to be born in Georgetown. He was known as a "story teller" especially about things "out of the ordinary" such as "the Georgetown giant." (Tonya Llewellyn)

Bill and Phyllis met at the theatre in Georgetown when she was 18 years old and began dating. Within the year, they were engaged. They were sitting in his new truck one night when he suddenly pulled a cough drop tin out of his pocket and proposed. A diamond ring was inside the tin.

Among other things, he served his community at one time as a Town Councillor in Georgetown and as a member of the Georgetown Housing Authority. He also spent about 30 years as the harbour master in Georgetown harbour. He was also a veteran of World War II and in on the Honor Roll of St. David's United Church in Georgetown, P.E.I.

He married Phyllis Amy Munn, married July 6, 1945, b. July 5, 1926 in Doaktown, New Brunswick, (daughter of John Allen and Grace Munn) d. August 16, 2001 at Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 86) buried August 20, 2001 in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

Phyllis moved to Georgetown when she was a teenager and went to work for an Anglican priest and his family.

vii. James Elliot Leroy "Jim" Llewellyn, b. July 4, 1922, baptized April 13, 1924, d. June 27, 2003 in Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 87) buried June 29, 2003 in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

Jim Llewellyn was a veteran who served during World War II. He is on the Honor Roll at St. David's United Church in Georgetown, P.E.I.

He married Eleanor Charlotte Ross, married November 18, 1943, b. July 5, 1922, (daughter of Peter Gordon Ross and Annette Johnston) d. July 26, 1992, buried in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

viii. Glen McIntosh Llewellyn, b. December 21, 1924, baptized April 14, 1926 in St. David's United Church, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 88) d. January 10, 1927, buried in Sturgeon Bible Christian (Baptist) Cemetery, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I.

ix. Living, (details excluded).

She married Harry Thurston.

27. Earl Atwood Lewellin, b. August 1, 1890, baptized September 18, 1892 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 89) d. September 24, 1956 in Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, buried in Sturgeon Community Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Irma Hilda Reynolds, married February 6, 1912 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 90) b. April 7, 1895 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Adam White "Abbey" Reynolds and Margaret "Maggie" Sencabaugh) d. November 19, 1968, buried in Sturgeon Community Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Erma Marjorie Llewellyn, b. July 21, 1913 in Stellarton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, d. September 23, 1913 in Stellarton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, buried September 27, 1913.

ii. Atwood Jonathan Llewellyn, b. November 1, 1914 in Trenton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, d. April 18, 1993, buried in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, P.E.I.

Atwood Llewellyn signed up for merchant marine service on December 28, 1939. He served as a seaman on the "White" and the "Lady Hawkins" and saw duty in France and England. He was discharged on March 1, 1941. His name is on the Honor Roll at Sturgeon United Church in Sturgeon, P.E.I.

He married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Gloria Muriel Llewellyn, b. October 23, 1916 in Trenton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, d. September 3, 1920 in Trenton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, buried September 5, 1920 in Brookside Cemetery, Pictou County, Nova Scotia.

iv. Adam Reynolds Llewellyn, b. September 19, 1925 in Millenocket, Maine, U.S.A., d. May 15, 1998 in Togus Veterans Administration Hospital, Maine, U.S.A., (see note 91) buried in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Bucksport, Maine, U.S.A.

Adam Reynolds Llewellyn was a veteran of World War II. He was residing in Bucksport, Hancock County, Maine, U.S.A. at the time of his death.

28. Elmer Lemuel Lewellin, b. August 14, 1893 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 92) baptized December 23, 1895, d. June 19, 1976, buried in Acorn (Old Dundas) Cemetery, Dundas, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Annie Campbell, married October 4, 1916 at Sturgeon United Baptist Church, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 93) b. February 28, 1895 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Alexander "Alex" Campbell and Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" MacKinnon) d. June 1, 1965, buried in Acorn (Old Dundas) Cemetery, Dundas, Kings County, P.E.I.

Annie was raised by Alexander Campbell and Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" MacKinnon.

Children:

i. Hattie Elizabeth Llewellyn, b. April 11, 1918, d. January 14, 1999 in Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 94) buried in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Robert Sterling Blackett, married January 11, 1939, b. October 3, 1915, (son of Thomas Blackett and Mary Ann Swallow) d. September 18, 1997 in his late residence in Georgetown, P.E.I., (see note 95) buried September 21, 1997 in St. David's United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, P.E.I.

ii. Warren John Llewellyn, b. May 9, 1919, d. March 26, 1998 in Riverview Manor, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 96) buried in Acorn (Old Dundas) Cemetery, Dundas, Kings County, P.E.I.

Warren Llewellyn was a World War II veteran and a member of Cardigan Branch No. 19 - Royal Canadian Legion. His name is on the Honor Roll of St. David's United Church in Georgetown, P.E.I.

He married (1) Helen Batchilder, married June 20, 1946, b. circa 1923, (daughter of Reginald Batchilder and Julie Martell) d. June 29, 1950.

He married (2) Florence Catherine Morrison, b. April 4, 1922 in Poplar Point, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Augustus Morrison and Alice Yorston) d. April 21, 1957, buried in St. George's Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. George's, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Lila Mae Llewellyn, b. April 11, 1921, d. December 11, 2002 in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, P.E.I., (see note 97) buried in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Fredericton, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married Harvey Melvin Blackett, married August 2, 1938, b. May 20, 1911 in Little Pond, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Thomas Blackett and Mary Ann Swallow) d. October 5, 1981 in an accidental shooting at Vernon Bridge, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 98) buried in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Fredericton, Queens County, P.E.I.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married Robert Raymond Acorn, b. July 14, 1921, (son of Robert John "Bob" Acorn and Margaret Ann Swallow) d. January 9, 1998 in Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 99) buried January 12, 1998 in Acorn (Old Dundas) Cemetery, Dundas, Kings County, P.E.I.

On July 16, 1942, Raymond joined the Army and spent the next year in Halifax. He was a member of the Coastal Artillery whose mission was to protect Halifax harbor. In the summer of 1943, he was put on overseas draft. In England, he was picked for motorcycle training, map reading and gas identification. He was then a Lance Corporal in No. 11 Provost Corps. At the end of the war, he went to Paris to pick up witnesses and escort them to Germany for the trial of S.S. Kurt Meyer who was the officer that gave the orders for 27 Canadian prisoners of war to be shot. He was the recipient of the following medals: 1939-1945 Star, France and Germany Star, Defense Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp, and the 1939-1945 War Medal.

On March 18, 1946 he returned home. He and Carrie bought a farm in Dundas and had a very successful life farming until he retired in 1972. In 1957, tragedy struck and their home was destroyed by fire.

In the 1970's, he served as the 1st Vice President of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch # 8 in Montague. Since then he received the Life Time Membership at the Montague Legion. He was also on the committee that oversaw the building of the Montague Legion Senior Citizen's Home. He was also on the committee that placed a Veteran's Monument in St. Peter's Bay. In May of 1989, he and Carrie went on a veteran's tour of England, France, Holland, Belgium and Germany. They were on Normandy Beach for the 45th anniversary of the invasion of France. He had been on this beach before, just five days after the invasion in June of 1944.

Politics played an important part in his life. He was a road supervisor for the P.E.I. government in the 1960's and again in the 1980's. He enjoyed people and loved to spend pleasant moments conversing and telling stories with friends new and old. He was a very active community worker and was deeply involved in many projects. He was a volunteer on the Southern Kings and Eastern Queens Advisory Board. In 1972, he was the project foreman for the setting up of the Dundas Museum. For several years, he was a volunteer at the P.E.I. Youth Center in Georgetown. He was also a very active member of the Dundas United Church.

From 1979 to 1988, he served as the President of the Dundas Plowing Match. He spent countless hours year round preparing for this yearly event. It was through his love for the Plowing Match that he and Carrie travelled to other matches across Canada to coach Edwin Mills during his plowing competitions.

His last project that he put his whole heart and soul into was spearheading a committee to erect a fence at the Old Dundas Acorn Cemetery. He was so overjoyed that the committee went one step further and did a lot more work. The outcome for all their effort was receiving first place in the Beautification Contest in 1997.

v. Ella Mae Llewellyn, b. September 10, 1925, d. September 9, 1972.

She married Rupert Richard Garrett, married November 10, 1945, b. March 6, 1909, (son of Albert Warren Garrett and Miranda Stewart Ching) d. August 4, 1981.

vi. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

vii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

viii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Brian Genge Clay, b. October 6, 1929, (son of Frank William Clay and Sylvia Nicholson) d. May 19, 1976 in his late residence in Bridgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 100) buried in Acorn (Old Dundas) Cemetery, Dundas, Kings County, P.E.I.

ix. Leeman Stelman Llewellyn, b. May 17, 1935, d. February 23, 1977 at Calgary General Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, (see note 101) buried December 21, 1983 in St. George's Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. George's, Kings County, P.E.I.

This couple, along with her mother and her two brothers, left P.E.I. shortly after their marriage for Clooney, Alberta. Her mother had accepted a teaching job in Clooney.

He married Marion Eileen Johnston, married July 7, 1958 at St. George's Roman Catholic Church, St. George's, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 102) b. September 10, 1936 in St. George's, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Austin Nicholas Johnston and Theresa Marie MacLellan) baptized September 13, 1936 at St. George's Roman Catholic Church, St. George's, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 103) d. December 9, 1983 at her late residence in Calgary, Alberta, (see note 104) buried December 21, 1983 in St. George's Roman Catholic Cemetery, St. George's, Kings County, P.E.I.

x. Elmer Llewellyn, b. May 17, 1935, d. May 20, 1935.

29. Bertha Mutlow, b. circa 1906.

The 1930 United States Census shows Bertha Mutlow residing with her father in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied doing clerical work in a jewellry factory. According to Helen Grace Mutlow, Bertha Swanson and her family resided in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married Eric Swanson.

Children:

i. Richard M. Swanson, b. August 18, 1932, d. January 8, 2000, buried January 26, 2000 in Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne, Massachusetts, U.S.A. in Section 28 - Site 1169.

Richard M. Swanson served in the United States Air Force from August 18, 1952 to August 12, 1953. He resided in North Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.

30. Raymond L. "Ray" Mutlow, b. January 10, 1908, d. March 9, 1996 in North Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, U.S.A., (see note 105).

Raymond Mutlow was educated in the Attleboro, Massachusetts schools. He worked as a jewelry designer for Swank Inc. in Attleboro before joining Texas Instruments in Attleboro as an inventory controller. He retired in 1970. He was a member of the North Fort Myers Elks Club in Fort Myers, Florida.

He married Louise A. Creesy, b. August 17, 1914 in New York, U.S.A., (daughter of Leon H. Creesy and Flora H. (unknown)) d. March 11, 1999 in Waterville, Kennebec County, Maine, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

31. Clayton Lemuel Mutlow, b. May 28, 1902 in Maine, U.S.A., d. May 5, 1948, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows Clayton Mutlow as being with the United States Military and Naval Forces in Port Arthur, Texas. Clayton and Maria Mutlows had two twin sons die in infancy when only two days old. The family resided in Mansfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

He married Maria McIntyre, married July 1921, b. September 12, 1903, d. June 21, 1961, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

i. (son) Mutlow, b. circa 1922, d. circa 1922.

ii. (son) Mutlow, b. circa 1922, d. circa 1922.

iii. Walter Lemuel Mutlow, b. August 9, 1924 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. December 24, 1978 in Mansfield, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The United States Army Enlistments Records 1938-1946 shows Walter Mutlow as having enlisted on March 22, 1943 at Boston, Massachusetts and as being a guager of petroleum products.

He married Rose Elizabeth Hyland, married August 31, 1946, b. September 12, 1928 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of Harold Hyland and Mildred A. "Dolly" Healey) d. August 14, 2004 in Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., funeral August 17, 2004 at Commonwealth Chapel of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home, Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro, Bristol County,, buried August 20, 2004 in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Rose Elizabeth Mutlow was raised and educated in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts where she was a 1946 graduate of Attleboro High School. She returned to Attleboro around 2003 from West Mansfield, Massachusetts. She had resided in Mansfield for 53 years. She was employed as a group leader at Texas Instruments in Attleboro for 25 years prior to her retirement in 1981. Following her retirement, she returned to work having been employed at Burger King in Plainville for 6 years and then as a receptionist for H & R Block in Attleboro for 4 years. She enjoyed trips to Florida, visits to Cape Cod and camping with family. She was a dedicated mother and in later years, devoted to her seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

iv. Raymond Francis Mutlow, b. March 11, 1926 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. April 1, 1984 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The United States Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946 shows Raymond Mutlow as having enlisted on July 18, 1944 at Boston, Massachusetts and as being a machine operator.

He married Helen Grace McAdams, married July 19, 1947 in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, North Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., b. March 15, 1927 in North Attleboro Hospital, North Attleboro, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of Peter Leo McAdams and Mary Frances Golden) d. January 2, 2008 at her late residence in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., funeral January 5, 2008 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 106) buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Helen Grace Mutlow was raised and educated in North Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and graduated from North Attleboro High School. She resided in the City of Attleboro from 1957. Prior to her retirement at the age of 62, she was employed for many years at the former Attleboro Printing and Embossing Company, retiring as the floor supervisor in 1989. She was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church in Attleboro. Following her retirement, she was a volunteer library worker for the Attleboro School Department. Her favorite times were those spent quietly at her home and the time in the company of her dear family and friends.

v. Clayton Robert "Mike" Mutlow, b. February 14, 1932 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. June 30, 1965, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

He married Mary Frances Mees, b. December 10, 1938 in Mansfield, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of Thomas Joseph Mees and Mary Spillane) d. April 2, 2004 at Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried April 6, 2004 in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., funeral April 6, 2004 at Commonwealth Chapel of the Dyer-Lake Funeral Home, Attleboro Falls, North Attleboro, Bristol County,, (see note 107).

Mary Frances Mutlow attended schools in Mansfield, Massachusetts. She lived for most of her life in Attleboro except for ten years residence in New Bedford. For 14 years, she worked at the Robbins Company in Attleboro, Massachusetts. She worked part-time since 2000 at the Super Stop and Shop in Attleboro. She enjoyed playing bingo, shopping, attending weekly meat raffles and reading. At the time of her death, she had four grandchildren.

vi. Cynthia Anne Mutlow, b. August 18, 1940 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. November 9, 1993 in Lincoln, Maine, U.S.A.

32. Milfred Charles Mutlow, b. August 23, 1905 in Maine, U.S.A., d. October 13, 1980 in Riverside, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A., buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

He married (1) Elizabeth Sarah Taillon, b. March 1905 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, U.S.A., d. November 13, 1928 in Sturdy Memorial Hospital, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 108) buried in St. John's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

He married (2) Lydia Peters Viveiros, b. September 18, 1922 in East Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A., (daughter of Luis Pedro Viveiros and Emilia Martin) d. August 30, 2004 in Pascoag, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

Children:

ii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

33. Lewis (sic Louis) George Randall, b. September 10, 1893 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized November 18, 1894 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 109).

The United States World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918 shows Lewis George Randall as being drafted on June 5, 1917 at Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and as being occupied as a machine stock worker for Frank Merrburg Co. The 1920 United States Census shows Lewis George Randall as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied in a jewelry factory. The 1930 Census shows him and his family as residing with his father-in-law in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a plater in a jewelry factory.

He married Jane "Jennie" Ash, b. April 1, 1901 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of Henry Ash) d. October 11, 1988 in Hillsborough County, Florida, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

34. Edna Miriam Randall, b. January 25, 1897 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 27, 1900 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 110) d. April 28, 1990 in Cumberland, Providence County, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows Edna Miriam Randall as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a nurse.

She married Richard Thomas Garland, b. January 23, 1882, d. circa 1952.

The United States World War I Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918 shows Richard Thomas Garland having been issued a card on September 12, 1918 stating that he was a resident of Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island and occupied as a teacher of music and as a church organist. The 1930 United States Census shows the Garland family as residing in Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island with Richard being occupied teaching music at home.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Ruth Cardin.

ii. Robert Garland, b. December 6, 1924 in Rhode Island, U.S.A., d. August 28, 1973.

He married Doris Anderson.

iii. Living, (details excluded).

35. Arthur Lowell Randall, b. January 29, 1899 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 27, 1900 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 111) d. April 12, 1986 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows Arthur Lowell Randall as residing in Attleboro, Massachusetts and being occupied as a machinist in a jewelry factory. The 1930 Census shows him as being a tool maker in a jewelry factory.

He married Elizabeth Mooney, b. April 13, 1906 in Scotland, d. September 1982 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Dean L. Randall, b. August 31, 1926 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. March 9, 2001 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 112).

The United States World War II Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946 shows Dean L. Randall as having enlisted on November 29, 1944 at Fort Banks, Boston, Massachusetts. The United States Public Records Index shows Dean L. Randall as having last resided in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

36. Harriett Sophie "Hattie" Randall, b. July 8, 1901 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 15, 1902 in Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 113).

On Janury 1, 1912, Harriett Sophie "Hollie" (different nickname) Randall is shown as being in Grade III in the Sturgeon School and with her guardian being J. McKinnon (james MacKinnon, her uncle by marriage). The 1920 United States Census shows her as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as an enameller in a jewelry factory.

She married Robert M. Dawson, b. circa 1900 in Watsontown, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., (son of Charles H. Dawson and Mary J. (unknown)).

The 1930 United States Census shows the Dawson family as residing in Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire with Robert being occupied as a construction superintendent.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

37. Lillian H. "Lil" Randall, b. January 8, 1905 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. October 2, 2001 in Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida, U.S.A.

She married Walter W. Purdy, b. May 7, 1902 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. December 16, 1993 in Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida, U.S.A.

The 1930 United States Census shows the Purdy family as residing in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts with Walter being occupied as a watchman with the railroad.

Children:

i. Donald W. Purdy, b. January 8, 1930 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. August 30, 1992 in Bourne, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

38. Everett Seymour Mills, b. April 3, 1885 in Charlottetown, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 26, 1964 in Sangudo, Alberta.

He married Cecile Blaquiere, married August 20, 1908 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., b. May 18, 1886 in Bloomfield, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Charles Blaquiere and Adeline Gallant) d. November 18, 1928 in Calgary, Alberta.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

iv. Living, (details excluded).

v. Living, (details excluded).

vi. Living, (details excluded).

vii. Living, (details excluded).

viii. Living, (details excluded).

ix. Living, (details excluded).

39. William Henry Mutlow, b. June 16, 1884 in (Seal River) Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized November 9, 1884 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. August 13, 1955 in White Bear, Saskatchewan, buried in White Bear United Church Cemetery, White Bear, Saskatchewan.

William Henry Mutlow moved to Western Canada around 1916 following the death of his first wife. Shortly after settling in Saskatchewan, he remarried.

He married (1) Annie May MacLennan, married July 18, 1906 in Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 114) b. September 23, 1879 in Alexandra, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Daniel MacLennan and Mary Ann Burhoe) d. November 27, 1911 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Mary Elizabeth Mutlow, b. April 12, 1908 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 20 1998 in Keynsham, Bristol, England.

She married James Irwin Rickards, married September 29, 1928 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, b. March 31, 1901 in St. Albans, Herefordshire, England, d. circa 1988.

The Rickards were a wealthy family in England and James was perhaps treated as a bit of an outcast. In 1927 or 1928, the family sent him off to Canada. He ended up in Rosetown, Saskatchewan and worked as an electrician. At the time, Mary already had a child Mel, but she married Jimmy Rickards After they moved to England and with a family of 7 kids, he joined the British Army just as World War II was underway. He left Mary with all her kids and he ended up in trouble with the army. The family had no relationship with Jimmy thereafter. Mary was awarded part of his assets and she got the house in Bristol. She also received some pension from his family and with a lot of love and hard work she raised her children all by herself.

ii. Roland Henry Mutlow, b. May 29, 1909 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 2, 2000 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, buried in White Bear United Church Cemetery, White Bear, Saskatchewan.

He married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Helen Maude Mutlow, b. July 1, 1910 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 18, 1998 in Lacombe, Alberta, buried in Lacombe, Alberta.

She married Lawrence Perrin.

iv. John Daniel Mutlow, b. November 9, 1911 in Milview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. January 12, 2002, buried in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

John Daniel Mutlow served as a Trooper with the Calgary Regiment during World War II.

He married Pearl Jane Gilchrist, married October 3, 1946 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, b. June 18, 1921 in Lylister, Scotland, (daughter of George Gilchrist and Margaret Cormack) d. September 8, 1999, buried in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

Pearl (Gilchrist) Mutlow's parents came to Canada in 1913.

He married (2) Elizabeth Hunter, married December 1, 1915 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, b. May 28, 1898 in Belfast, Ireland, (daughter of William Hunter and Eliza McMeekin) d. February 16, 1985 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, buried in White Bear United Church Cemetery, White Bear, Saskatchewan.

Children:

v. Samuel James Mutlow, b. September 26, 1916 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, d. October 19, 1999 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, buried in White Bear United Church Cemetery, White Bear, Saskatchewan.

Samuel James Mutlow served as a Corporal with the Royal Canadian Ordinance Corps during World War II.

EULOGY OF SAMUEL JAMES MUTLOW

Samuel James was born in Rosetown on September 26, 1916. Although his parents came from very different origins they shared many common goals and values. Grampa Mutlow had been born and raised in Prince Edward Island, as was his father, his grandfather and also his great grandfather. Grandma Mutlow on the other hand had been born in Belfast, Ireland the daughter of a Scots-Irish family. She moved to Pittsburg as a young girl before joining her family on a homestead in the Fiske area, convenient neighbors of the widower William Mutlow. Dad was the oldest and only son to be born to William and Elizabeth Mutlow. He was lucky enough to have five younger but wonderful sisters. Although as a boy I'm sure there must have been times when he asked himself if he truly was that lucky to have that many sisters!

In 1926 at the age of 10, Dad moved with his family to White Bear. Grampa Mutlow had been invited to open up a butcher shop in the new town that was just under construction, with the advancement of the railway. The new enterprise soon developed and was later expanded into a full general store.

Dad took his first four years of schooling at Bonnevale School in the Fiske area, and then attended school in the White Bear district until grade 10. After school and on holidays he helped his dad in the store and butcher shop or worked for different farmers in the area. In 1934 & 35 he worked for Russel Slotzer in the store in Lacadena.

As the 1930's wore on and as times grew tougher, it was affecting storekeepers as well as farmers. After a disastrous crop in 1937 it was time for Dad to strike out on his own. He headed for Alberta where he worked on a threshing crew in the Turner Valley area. He road the rods to Vancouver where he picked up a few odd jobs and then on to Vancouver Island where he got employment at a lumber camp. As employment seemed to run out, Dad and a few buddies decided to try their luck prospecting for gold at Barkersville, B.C. With no luck in the gold fields he then moved on to work on a ranch south of Prince George and then back to Alberta, where he worked in a store at Stavely. In June of 1939 he received a letter from the folks back home asking him to return and help in the store because Grampa Mutlow's health was failing.

In 1940 a young graduate from the Saskatoon Normal School took her first teaching position at Leyton School south of Kyle. With a little help from her sister Irene and Millie Lonsdale (Norheim), Frieda Vindeg or nicknamed by her sister "Toots", was introduced to this dashing, handsome young man on the beach at Clearwater Lake during the summer of 1941. After a short courtship that ended with a romantic canoe ride around the lake, the engagement was announced.

Mother and Dad were married on the farm of Peder Vindeg of Demaine on April 4, 1942. After a short honeymoon they started their new life together in White Bear where they both worked in the store. But unfortunately these were troubled times. Although some prosperity had returned to the farming community and to the store business, the world was engulfed in the flames of World War II. In May of 1942 Dad enlisted into the Canadian Army. By December of 1942 he was already on his way overseas. Dad spent much of his army career stationed at the previous home of Lord Middletown in the South of England. He was a Corporal in the Ordinance Corps and since he was one of the best shots in his regiment, he volunteered for active duty in Europe. This would mean he would likely have been assigned to sniper duty on the front lines. We are so thankful that his commanding officer denied his request saying he was needed exactly where he was.

Shortly after he left for England, on December 7, 1942 Ardis was born in the Dinsmore hospital. Dad never saw her until his return in June of 1945 when she was almost 3 years old, and believe me when he finally returned to see his new daughter, he did not get the kind of reception from her he was expecting. She didn't want to have too much to do with this complete stranger. However it wasn't long before he won over her heart, he became her special daddy and did his best to spoil his little girl. This strong attachment continued right up until his final hours as I sat with him and told him, Ardis was on her way. He squeezed my hand and nodded and he seemed more at peace.

After the war was over and Dad had returned to his young family, life became a little more normal. They continued to run the store and Dad also raised cattle just north of town. In May of 1946 Danny was born. Unfortunately in 1948 they lost a little girl, Lora Lynn, who died at only a few days of age. By January of 1950 Barry arrived and the family was complete. They continued to run the store and gradually Dad started farming with a helpful loan from the VLA. In 1955 Mother and Dad sold the business and went full time farming.

During his farming career he was a hard working meticulous farmer who loved and became a very successful purebred cattle producer. Dad loved the land and his cattle, and would often head for the pasture to inspect the cattle. This was the one place he could go, to help relieve the stress of farming. It was a place where he could go to find his own peace and contentment.

With both land and cattle it seemed we always had a hired man, at least until us boys were old enough to help out. After we grew up it was mother's turn to be the hired man. It was then that Dad really learned the meaning of the word "patience". Like the time during the harvest when mother was driving the truck and she pulled up to the combine. After the truck started to fill, Dad with one foot on the combine and the other on the truck box, yelled at Mom to pull ahead a little bit. Unfortunately, she didn't hear the "little bit" part. So there she left Dad hanging from the hopper of the combine, as the wheat poured out on to the ground, as Mother drove the truck away. And he never said a word the time she backed the big grain truck into the half- ton truck, for he knew this was one hired man he couldn't fire.

Dad was well known in the area as being the local vet. When neighbors were having livestock trouble, it was Dad they called on first for help. Although Dad loved being around cattle, they were the one species of God's creation that brought his very articulate language to its lowest common denominator.

He continued farming right up until 1983 when finally due to failing health they moved to Saskatoon. However he never lost his interest in the farm right up to the last days.

During the years of Dad's career he was a very active member of the local community. He was a member of the Orange Lodge, the United Church, a school trustee, board member of the Kyle White Bear Union Hospital, director of the Kyle Credit Union and director of the Sask. Hereford Association. He was involved as a hockey coach and manager, and was locally famous as being the best announcer in the area at the horse show during sports day. He was always a willing participant and organizer for local events whether it was to raise money for the community or help with the sports days, horse shows, bonspiels, fowl suppers or what ever.

Although he never was able to spend the amount of time he wanted to, either because of work or health, he loved the outdoors. Whether it was fishing or hunting or even in his retirement years he enjoyed the frustrations of golf. During the many winters they spent in Arizona during their retirement, he desperately tried to master the golf swing but probably never quite succeeded. His other passions were playing bridge and doing crossword puzzles. He was an avid reader and was always interested in expanding his horizons with knowledge. However he drew the line at trying to set the VCR. This piece of modern technology seemed to have got the best of him.

As mentioned one of Dad's great loves was fishing. I recall one fishing trip to Waterhen Lake in the early 50's. All that was at Waterhen was a mink ranch and one cabin. Mother took one look at the gray sheets and bug infested cabin and insisted that one night was all we would stay in that cabin. But that still gave Dad one day of fishing. Another thing we were very grateful for were the many fishing trips that Dad, Barry and I were able to take up north.

Looking back and reflecting over the years, we as his immediate family realize how lucky we all were. As a husband, a father, a grandfather, a brother, brother in law, or as just a friend, Sammy Mutlow did his best to succeed at them all. He was a faithful and loving companion to our mother for 57 years, he was a great provider and wonderful role model for his family and we were all very proud to say that he was our Dad. To his sisters Marg, Ellen, Dorthy, Bertha, and Audrey, and also to mother's sisters Irene, Ethel, and Marlynne, he thought the world of all of you. He was there for you and we know he was the one you relied on the most during times of trouble or sorrow. He was always there for all of us as we depended on him to be our anchor and support. His older brothers and sisters, Roland, Mary, Helen and John, were very special to him and he had a very unique relationship with them to the very end. To us it was amazing how such a large family could all live as close as they did for so many years in such harmony.

Maybe the most unique aspect of the family was in Dad's relationships with his brother's in law. They were not just his sisters or sister in laws husbands, they were his best friends. Whether it was to visit and reminisce with Raymond, or to go hunting with Lorne or Ken, fishing with Carley, Byron or Eric, to talk cattle with Marv or Monroe, or even to share a drink with Pete, they were his buddies. And what can you say about Bob, who was so good to him after they moved to Saskatoon. He had a remarkable and I think a unique relationship with all of his brothers in law and for that we are ever grateful to them.

The last few years of Dad's life there was another group of men who gave added enjoyment to his days - his coffee buddies. They met at 3:00 at Justin's in Market Mall and worked at solving the problems of the world.

But his most special relationship was with his seven grandchildren. Sean, Terri, Dana, Jason, Ryann, Trisha and Tonille were all his pride and joy. He especially loved sharing his latest joke with them, a talent he developed in his later years.

Perhaps the most intriguing characteristic of our Dad was that he was a fighter and never quit trying. Through the tough battles of childhood, through the depression years of the thirties, the challenges of farming in a harsh environment like Saskatchewan, to the health battles he fought during his retirement, he never quit and he never complained. He was determined and he fought to the very end.

As we reflect on this very difficult day and his memory, we hope and pray that he is now in comfort and peace and that he knows he will live in our hearts for as long as we all shall live.

Again we would like to thank you all for coming and we look forward to being able to visit with you after the service.

He married Living, (details excluded).

vi. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

vii. Ellen Rose Mutlow, b. April 25, 1920 in Rosetown, Saskatchewan, d. August 10, 1993 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

She married (1) William Peter Buyers, b. August 18, 1924 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, d. July 9, 1993 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

She married (2) Charles Vern Lovell, married December 20, 1938 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, divorced circa 1947, b. May 13, 1915 in Elrose, Saskatchewan, d. June 20, 1986 in Victoria, British Columbia, buried in Lovell Farm, Lacadena, Saskatchewan.

viii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Kenneth McCutchion Gray, b. September 9, 1917 in Eston, Saskatchewan, d. June 20 1993 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan, buried in Lacadena Cemetery, Lacadena, Saskatchewan.

ix. Living, (details excluded).

She married Raymond Robert Kerr, b. December 28, 1911 in Lachute, Quebec, d. January 25, 1996 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, buried in White Bear United Church Cemetery, White Bear, Saskatchewan.

x. Living, (details excluded).

She married Munro Hope, b. August 4, 1923 in Cabri, Saskatchewan, (son of G, Munro Hope and Mabel Anderson) d. February 7, 2008 at Kyle District Health Centre, Kyle, Saskatchewan, funeral February 12, 2008 from Swift Current Funeral Home, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, (see note 115) buried in Memory Gradens Cemetery, Swift Current, Saskatchewan.

Munro was born, raised, and farmed most of his life in the White Bear/Kyle District. Munro married Audrey Mutlow November 10, 1943. The couple lived a short while in Saskatoon with Munro working at Intercontinental Packers and in the spring of 1944 returned to the Hope family farm. They lived in the family farmhouse and rented the Thomas Hope homestead, which they later purchased from Munroís Father and his sisters. In 1947 Audrey and Munro moved to their own farm, previously the Steve Cates farm, that they had commenced purchasing in 1946. Munro and Audrey farmed and ranched the property that they acquired, raising Galloway cattle and grain. Munro enjoyed working with horses and cattle. He participated in horse shows and gymkhana events at local sports days and won many prize ribbons and trophies with his horse, Red. Munro was instrumental in starting a 4-H Beef Club in 1957 in White Bear and served as Club leader for a number of years. The club participated in the Frontier Days in Swift Current, showing and selling their calves. He took an active roll in various cattle organizations: President of the Cattle Feeders' Association for the R.M. of Lacadena, and various roles in the local Galloway and Simmental Associations. In 1974 he started a Simmental herd by importing cattle from France and Switzerland. Munro enjoyed showing his cattle at Swift Current Frontier Days and Canadian Western Agribition in Regina winning many awards. Munro and Audrey retired to Swift Current in 1976, after 32 years of active farming. Son, Dale, took over the family farm and Munro moved the cattle to son Bobís farm three miles west of Swift Current. Thus Munro was able to stay involved with the cattle industry. Munro moved to the Kyle District Health Centre in June, 2005, as by then Parkinsonís limitations made daily care and assistance from nursing staff a necessity. Although Munro found the adjustment very difficult he did enjoy the fellowship of residents and staff and greatly appreciated the care and kindness shown. He could not have spent his last years "in a better place", a quote from Munro.

40. Jessie Emmeline Mutlow, b. January 23, 1886 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 16, 1886 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., d. April 7, 1988 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.A.

Jessie Emmeline Mutlow moved to Boston, Massachusetts and then on to Chicago, Illinois. She may have had a daughter, Mrs. Harold Binnebeose, in Chicago who may have done a Mutlow genealogy.

She married Arthur Sanborn, b. circa 1886 in New Hampshire, U.S.A., d. in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Ruth Sanborn.

ii. Esther Sanborn.

iii. Shirley Sanborn.

She married Harold Binaboise.

41. Joseph S. Mutlow, b. February 27, 1888 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island.

Children:

i. Edith Mutlow.

Edith Mutlow was raised by her uncle Richard "Dick" Mutlow.

She married Neil Meyers.

42. Bertha Elizabeth Mutlow, b. February 4, 1892 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 12, 1972 at 55 Euston Street, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married William James Storey, married October 11, 1911, (see note 116) b. August 22, 1882 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. November6, 1954 from Prince Edward Island Hospital, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

He married (1) Lona May Duncan.

He married (2) Norma Lee Haslam-Holden.

iii. Chester Storey.

Chester Storey resided in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

iv. Lorne Storey.

Lorne Storey resided in Trenton, Ontario.

v. Joan Storey.

She married Edward Hencher.

Edward and Joan Hencher resided in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

vi. Marion Storey.

She married George Grunow.

George and Marion Grunow resided in Illinois.

vii. Bertha Storey.

She married David "Dave" Jones.

David and Bertha Jones resided in Illinois.

43. Esther May Mutlow, b. June 27, 1894 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized January 27, 1895 at Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 117) d. February 26, 1956 in Cross Roads, Lot 48, Queens County, P.E.I., buried February 28, 1956 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married John Hedley Newman Jenkins, married circa 1911, (see note 118) b. March 24, 1886 in Mount Albion, Lot 48, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Benjamin Jenkins and Annie Irving) d. July 30, 1963.

Children:

i. Lona Blanche Jenkins, b. February 5, 1912 in Mount Albion, Lot 48, Prince Edward Island, d. February 26, 1995 at Sacred Heart Home, Charlottetown, P.E.I., buried February 28, 1995 in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, P.E.I.

She married Preston Wood, married circa 1936, b. in Cross Roads, Lot 48, Prince Edward Island, d. August 14, 1993.

ii. Sadie "Sally" Jenkins.

She married (unknown) Gaudet.

iii. Anne Jenkins.

She married (unknown) Ramsay.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married Oswald Buell, b. circa 1912, (son of Isaac Bull and Mary Ellen MacLeod) d. before 2006.

The Buells resided in Charlottetown, P.E.I.

v. Helen Jenkins, b. July 28, 1917, d. February 22, 1990, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, P.E.I.

She married (unknown) Gilman.

vi. Lawson Jenkins.

He married Eileen Jenkins, (daughter of John Hedley Newman Jenkins and Esther May Mutlow).

vii. Eileen Jenkins.

She married Lawson Jenkins, (son of John Hedley Newman Jenkins and Esther May Mutlow).

44. Richard Bruce Mutlow, b. January 8, 1897 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. circa 1965 in Tofield, Alberta, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Bertha Donaldson "Nelly" Carrier, b. May 6, 1906 in Gallas Point, Lot 50, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. George Alfred Mutlow, b. June 26, 1926, d. circa 1991, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

He married Audrey May Sherren, b. January 12, 1940, (daughter of Reagh Sherren and Eleanor Etta Smith) d. July 27, 1995 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried July 29, 1995 in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

ii. Harold Bruce Mutlow, b. August 27, 1934, d. April 15, 1995, buried in Birch Hill Free Church of Scotland Cemetery, Birch Hill, Queens County, P.E.I.

iii. John Samuel Mutlow.

He married Dorthy (unknown).

iv. Arthur Mutlow.

v. Marion Mutlow.

She married Edwin Henry.

45. Rogerson Campbell "Roger" Mutlow, b. February 2, 1903 in Millview, Lot 49, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 6, 1903, d. August 17, 1957 in Earfalls, Ontario, buried in Fiske Cemetery, Fiske, Saskatchewan.

He married (1) Violet "Vi" (unknown).

He married (2) Evelyn White.

Children:

i. Lawrence Mutlow.

ii. Albert Mutlow.

iii. Elda Mutlow.

iv. Lorraine Mutlow.

46. Olive M. Mutlow, b. April 1906, d. circa 1981.

She married Paul Hansen, b. circa 1906, d. circa 1991, buried in Sherwood Cemetery, Charlottetown, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Neils Hansen.

47. Bertha Mae Mutlow, b. September 1910 in Charlottetown, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 24, 2007 at The Adelaide Respite Inn,, funeral May 27, 2007 from Sweeney's Funeral Home, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, buried in Arcadia Cemetery, Arcadia, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.

Bertha moved to Charlottetown at an early age, graduated from Prince of Wales College and taught in Murray Harbour, Cape Traverse and Albany. She later taught at Arcadia Consolidated School. She was married in 1935 and lived in Albany until moving to Arcadia, Yarmouth Co., in 1938. Bertha was a member of Arcadia United Baptist Church and served as Church Clerk for many years. She was a member of the Arcadia Women's Institute and was made a Life Member some years ago, and in 1998 received a 50 year Long Service Award. As well, she served on the Provincial Executive of the Nova Scotia Women's Institute Association. She was a past member of the Arcadia Silver Seniors. In 1968 she joined Opal Rebekah Lodge No. 45 in Yarmouth, was a past Noble Grand and was awarded her 25 year pin in 1993. She was a past member of the Yarmouth PC Women's Association of Nova Scotia. Bertha loved her flower gardens, enjoyed reading, cards and getting out among people. She had a special talent for public speaking and writing. Over the years, she wrote many plays, skits and poetry for community and family events. After her retirement from teaching, she and her husband spent a number of winters in Largo, Fla., and always spent their summers at their much loved cottage in Stanhope, P.E.I.

She married Norman Herbert Walsh, married October 28, 1935 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., b. October 9, 1909, (son of Sampson Eglo Walsh and Nellie Melvina Malone) d. January 15, 2000 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, buried January 19, 2000 in Arcadia Cemetery, Arcadia, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.

Children:

i. Sylvia Walsh.

She married (unknown) Lanton.

ii. Ian Walsh.

He married Remy (unknown).

48. Mable E. Mutlow, b. April 20, 1890, d. circa 1977, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, P.E.I.

She married G. A. Wellington MacNeill, b. circa 1891, d. circa 1970, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Alfred W. MacNeill, b. circa 1915, d. circa 1978, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, P.E.I.

ii. Louise Margaret Eleanor MacNeill, d. October 21, 2004.

She married Robert Abel.

49. Katie Henrietta Mutlow, b. July 10, 1892, d. circa 1974 in Orwell Cove, Lot 50, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in St. John's Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Belfast, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married Wilfred MacLean, b. circa 1891 in Orwell Cove, Lot 50, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Captain James MacLean and Margaret MacLeod) d. circa 1989 in Orwell Cove, Lot 50, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in St. John's Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Belfast, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Alfred MacLean.

He married Kitty Christianson, b. in Nova Scotia.

iii. Edison MacLean, b. February 22, 1932, d. December 3, 2003.

He married Lucille MacDonald, married September 1950, b. in Flat River, Lot 62, Queens County, Prince Edward Island.

50. Marion Alfreda Mutlow, b. March 6, 1899, d. circa 1971, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married Blake Wood, married February 12, 1919 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 119) b. February 20, 1891, (son of Henry Wood and Malinda Arrabella Jenkins) d. circa 1988, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Claude W. Wood, b. July 7, 1920, d. February 8, 1995, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, P.E.I.

He married Living, (details excluded).

51. Lucy Irene Llewellyn, b. July 25, 1900 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized January 16, 1901 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 120) d. February 16, 1991 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried February 20, 1991 in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 121).

Following Bryer's death, Lucy Jones moved to Charlottetown where she continued to serve meals in her home for single members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

She married Bryer Jones, married May 15, 1926, b. April 15, 1898 in Alexandra, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Robert Oswald Jones and Ella Jane Carver) d. November 19, 1956, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, Queens County, P.E.I.

Bryer and Lucy Jones lived in Cross Roads, P.E.I. where they farmed and operated a small rural dairy.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

52. Agnes Loretta Llewellyn, b. October 23, 1901 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized April 16, 1902 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 122) d. May 9, 1993, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Chester Gavin MacLure, married November 7, 1923, b. February 15, 1899 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Cartney David MacLure and Margaret Clow Dixon) d. August 31, 1979, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Olive Irene MacLure, b. March 23, 1924 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. January 26, 1942 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Carl C. MacLure, b. October 30, 1926 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 11, 2001 at Moncton City Hospital, Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, buried June 14, 2001 in Fair Haven Memorial Gardens, Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, (see note 123).

Carl McLure was the manager of Commercial Equipment Ltd. in Moncton, N.B and a project manager for Commercial Equipment's Eastern Canadian operations prior to his retirement. He attended Trinity United Church in Riverview, N.B. and was a member of Saint Andrew's Masonic Lodge # 13 in Montague, P.E.I. and the Alexandra Chapter # 11 of the Royal Arch Masons in Charlottetown, P.E.I. He was a hard working and dedicated volunteer, the director for the Automotive Inndustries Association of Canada, former executive member of the Riverview minor hockey club, president of the Eastern Conference High School Hockey League, president of the Central Bantam Hockey League, as well as being a strong supporter and volunteer for various organizations in the greater Moncton area. He was a loving and caring husband, father and grandfather. At the time of his death, Carl McLure had three grandchildren: Nicholas, Michael and Alex.

.

He married Evelyn Stewart.

iii. Margaret MacLure.

She married Harold Stewart.

53. Mabel Barbara Llewellyn, b. October 15, 1904 in Pembroke, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 13, 1906 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 124) d. July 15, 1984 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Harry Downing Millar, married August 16, 1927, b. May 16, 1903 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Andrew Kennedy Millar and Charlotte Brehaut) d. November 25, 1987 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Christopher "Chris" Jardine, b. October 11, 1922 in Brooklyn Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Benjamin Jardine and Jessie Thompson) d. January 22, 2000 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried January 25, 2000 in Brooklyn Community Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 125).

Christopher: "Chris" Jardine attended school in his home community of Brooklyn. At the outbreak of World War II, he jopined the Canadian Army and served King and country overseas with courage and distinction. He was a Gunner with the 14th Field Artillery Regiment. At the end of the war, he was honourably discharged. The ravages of war had taken their toll and he was left with a disability which required hospitalization at Camp Hill Hospital and Cornwallis Hospital in Nova Scotia, and at the Provincial Sanitorium in Charlottetown. He made a partial recovery and moved to Toronto where he spent most of his working life. In 1986, he and Helen realized a cherished dream when they returned to P.E.I. and purchased a home in White Sands.

iii. Living, (details excluded).

He married (1) Lulu May Graham, b. November 30, 1932 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of William Charles Graham and Lulu Eileen MacLure) d. February 11, 1988 in Toronto, Ontario, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (2) Barbara Ann Mabon.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married James "Jim" Dunn.

54. Lydia Pearl Llewellyn, b. January 22, 1906 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 13, 1906 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 126) d. December 12, 1985.

She married Joseph Gerard McMurray, married May 22, 1934 in Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, b. June 24, 1909 in Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, (son of Thomas Lawrence McMurray and Martha Mary Rogers) d. February 4, 1964.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

iv. Living, (details excluded).

He married (1) Living, (details excluded).

He married (2) Living, (details excluded).

v. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

vi. Living, (details excluded).

vii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

55. Mary Alice Llewellyn, b. September 6, 1907 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 26, 1908 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 127) d. September 16, 1953.

She married Nathaniel Herman Westaway, married circa 1928, b. June 7, 1902 in Prince Edward Island, (son of Nathaniel "Nat" Westaway and Elizabeth Anne "Annie" Llewellyn) d. October 18, 1971 in Middleton, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Leith Nathaniel Westaway, b. June 13, 1929, d. March 7, 1979 in North Billerica, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Elizabeth J. "Betty" Westaway, b. December 19, 1932, d. September 28, 2004 in Tewksbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married Living, (details excluded).

56. James Richard Llewellyn, b. August 5, 1909 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 16, 1910 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 128) d. June 30, 1966.

He married Beatrice Jane Genge, married May 26, 1934 in North Tryon, Prince County, P.E.I., b. December 23, 1910 in Port-aux-Basques, Newfoundland, (daughter of George Genge) d. August 13, 1997 in Toronto, Ontario, buried August 18, 1997 in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Stoney Creek, Ontario, (see note 129).

After James Richard Llewellyn passed away, Beatrice remarried to Earl Hartford. At the time of her death, she was shown as having eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

57. Alfred Lockwood "Lock" Llewellyn, b. March 28, 1913 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 29, 1914 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 130) d. July 13, 1980, buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

Alfred Lockwood "Lock" Llewellyn was employed for many years with the City of Charlottetown Fire Department.

He married Living, (details excluded).

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

ii. Arnold Alfred "Lock" Llewellyn, b. November 10, 1939, d. July 3, 2006.

He married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Carlene Llewellyn.

iv. Blair Llewellyn.

58. Beatrice Elvira Llewellyn, b. September 2, 1914 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 21, 1915 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 131) d. March 1981.

She married Living, (details excluded).

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

59. Annie Myrtle Llewellyn, b. December 17, 1916 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 31, 1918 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 132) d. February 3, 1992, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married (1) Elmer Leith Graham, married November 10, 1934 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., b. July 25, 1913 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Andrew Hamilton Graham and Lily Ada White) d. May 14, 1938, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

She married (2) James Ernest Molyneaux, b. June 16, 1914, (son of Nathaniel Cutis Molyneaux and Priscilla Ada MacLean) d. June 13, 1958, buried in Cross Roads Christian Church Cemetery, Cross Roads, Queens County, P.E.I.

Children:

ii. Donna Molyneaux.

iii. Dorothy Molyneaux.

iv. Douglas Molyneaux.

She married (3) Neil K. Campbell, b. circa 1916, d. May 2, 1997 at Whisperwood Villa, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried May 4, 1997 in Burnside Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clyde River, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 133).

60. Arthur Wellington Llewellyn, b. January 13, 1919 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 2, 1922 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 134) d. April 26, 1994.

He married Living, (details excluded).

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

61. Living, (details excluded).

She married James Raymond Reilly, b. November 6, 1915, (son of James Henry Reilly and Mary Maud "Minnie" Llewellyn) d. March 12, 1994, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married Everett White, (son of Royal White and Edna Porter).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Blair Reilly, b. June 18, 1947, d. June 23, 1947, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. Shirley Anne Reilly, b. June 18, 1947, d. June 27, 1947.

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married David Bruce Rydinsky.

vi. Blair Arthur Reilly, b. February 5, 1957, d. June 28, 1977, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

62. Bryer Keith Llewellyn, b. July 30, 1925 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized June 26, 1926 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 135) d. August 6, 1992.

He married Living, (details excluded).

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

She married (1) Living, (details excluded).

She married (2) Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

She married (1) T. Earle Hickey, b. in Summerside, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, (son of T. Earle Hickey).

She married (2) Neil Stover.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

v. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

vi. Living, (details excluded).

She married Kevin Robert Hargrove.


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