The Descendants of John Reynolds and Elizabeth Wolfe


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The Descendants of John Reynolds and Elizabeth Wolfe

Generation One

1. John (sic Runnals) Reynolds, b. before 1796.

The 1841 Census for Prince Edward Island shows the John Reynolds family as residing in Lot 61. It shows the family as consisting of one male and one female between 45 and 60 years of age (John and his wife Elizabeth), 1 male between 16 and 45 years of age (David Crandall), and one male and one female under 16 years of age (unidentified). John, Hannah and Ann had married by this point and were no longer part of the household. It also shows the family as occupying 50 acres of land in the 11th year of a 999 year lease. This would put their arrival on P.E.I. as being somewhere around 1830.

He married Elizabeth Wolfe, b. before 1796.

Children:

2. i. John (sic Runnals) Reynolds b. circa 1811.

3. ii. Hannah (sic Rennels) Reynolds b. circa 1812.

4. iii. Ann (sic Runnals) Reynolds b. January 28, 1818.

5. iv. David Crandall Reynolds b. August 18, 1820.

v. (son) Reynolds, b. before 1841.

vi. (daughter) Reynolds, b. before 1841.

Generation Two

2. John (sic Runnals) Reynolds, b. circa 1811, d. November 17, 1864, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

The 1841 Census for Prince Edward Island shows the John Reynolds family as residing in Lot 61 with John being occupied as a carpenter. It shows the family as consisting of one male and one female between 16 and 45 years of age (John and Mary) and one male under 16 years of age (unidentified). It also shows the family as occupying 50 acres of land in the 11th year of a 999 year lease. This would put their arrival on P.E.I. as being somewhere around 1830.

He married Mary White, b. circa 1822, d. September 20, 1891, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. (son) Reynolds, b. before 1841.

ii. John Reynolds, b. circa 1845, d. May 19, 1891, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

6. iii. Elizabeth Reynolds b. October 8, 1847.

7. iv. Martha Jane Reynolds b. April 26, 1850.

8. v. Archibald White Reynolds b. June 19, 1852.

9. vi. Mary Victoria Reynolds b. May 24, 1855.

vii. David Reynolds, b. July 1, 1858, baptized February 16, 1859 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 1).

10. viii. Adam White "Abby" Reynolds b. October 17, 1863.

3. Hannah (sic Rennels) Reynolds, b. circa 1812 in one of the British colonies (Canada?), d. circa 1870 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Hannah Hicken age 48 on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts.

She married Thomas Hicken, married September 3, 1831 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 2) b. March 1809 in England, (son of George Hicken and Phebe Allbut) d. December 7, 1858 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 3).

Thomas: The 1841 Census for P.E.I. shows the Thomas Hicken family as residing in Lot 61 in the twentieth year of a 999 year lease. It indicates that Thomas was a carpenter and that the family were adherents of the Church of England. The Census shows the household consisting of one male and one female between 16 and 45 years of age (Thomas born in England and Hannah born in one of the British colonies). It also shows three males and one female all under 16 years of age and born on P.E.I. All four children would have been born prior to 1841.

The Thomas Hicken family does not appear in the subsequent 1861 Census. From other records, it can be assumed that the family relocated to Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts some time prior to or around 1854.

Thomas Hicken is noted in the 1854 edition of the "Newburyport Directory" as being a shipwright and residing at 251 Merrimac Street. In the 1858 edition, he is shown as being a ships carpenter and residing at 48 Warren. Hannah is noted in editions of the above directory between 1860 and 1869 and shown as continuing to reside at 48 Warren. She does not appear in subsequent editions and, as a result, it can be assumed that she died circa 1870.

Children:

11. i. John James Hicken b. May 15, 1832.

12. ii. George Benjamin Hicken b. November 10, 1834.

13. iii. Thomas W. Hicken b. June 1, 1837.

iv. Eliza Hicken, b. circa 1840 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Eliza Hicken age 20 on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

v. Edward F. Hicken, b. circa 1842 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Edward Hicken age 18 and occupied as a seaman on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

The Cushing Guards were organized in 1775 and in 1852 assumed the name Eighth Massachusetts Regiment - Minute Men of '61 (Cushing Guards). At 4:30 p.m. on April 15, 1861 they received orders to report as soon as possible at headquarters in Boston. At twelve o'clock the next day, in a heavy storm, marched to the depot and took cars for Boston, and on arrival went to Faneuil Hall. (History and Complete Roster of the Massachusetts Regiments. George W. Nason. Smith & McCance - 1910) One of those on the Roster of Company A was Edward F. Hicken of Newburyport.

Edward Hicken, a seaman, enlisted and was mustered as a Private with the First Batallion of the Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery on February 25, 1862. He was re-enlisted on February 29, 1865 and promoted to the rank of Corporal on April 25, 1865. He mustered out on October 20, 1865.

From 1866 to 1869, the "Newburyport Directory" shows him as being a ships carpenter and a mariner. It also shows him as being a boarder with his widowed mother Hannah at 48 Warren.

14. vi. Lemuel Hicken b. March 19, 1845.

vii. William Albert Hicken, b. circa 1848 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Albert Hicken age 12 on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

William A. Hicken, a wool carder, enlisted and was mustered as a Private with the First Batallion of the Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery on February 9, 1865. He was dishonorably discharged by a General Court Martial on July 28, 1865 with the sentence being approved on August 16, 1865.

From 1866 to 1869, the "Newburyport Directory" shows him as being a wool carder. It also shows him as being a boarder with his widowed mother Hannah at 48 Warren. In 1871, he is shown as being a mariner and boarding at 10 Vernon.

viii. Hannah Kearns Hicken, b. circa 1854 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. circa 1886.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Hannah Hicken age 6 on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

She married John Consodine, married July 17, 1872 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 4) b. circa 1851, (son of Michael Consodine and Bridget (unknown)).

ix. Mary E. Hicken, b. circa 1854 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Mary E. Hicken age 6 on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

x. Adella Hicken, b. circa 1856 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Adilla Hicken age 4 on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

4. Ann (sic Runnals) Reynolds, b. January 28, 1818, baptized May 25, 1851 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married George Benjamin Moore, b. June 8, 1808 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of George (sic Moors) Moore and Sarah Sabine) baptized February 25, 1812 at St. Paul's Church of England, Charlottetown, P.E.I., (see note 5).

Children:

i. John Reynolds Moore, b. April 11, 1839, baptized August 23, 1852 at Vernon River Bible Christian Church, Vernon River, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 6).

ii. Charlotte Hannah Moore, b. October 25, 1845, baptized July 11, 1851 at Sturgeon Bible Christian Church, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 7).

iii. Mary Barbara Moore, b. January 15, 1846, baptized August 23, 1852 at Vernon River Bible Christian Church, Vernon River, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 8).

iv. Noah Moore, b. February 28, 1849, baptized August 19, 1849 at Sturgeon Bible Christian Church, Albion, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 9).

5. David Crandall Reynolds, b. August 18, 1820 in Dartmouth, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, baptized March 17, 1887 in Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 10) d. before 1901.

He married Jessie Graham, b. February 4, 1826, (see note 11) (daughter of Benjamin "the nephew" Graham and Jennet "Janet" Graham) d. January 24, 1896, (see note 12).

Children:

i. John (sic Runals) Reynolds, b. August 7, 1847 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 6, 1848 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 13) d. July 31, 1873 in Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

15. ii. Benjamin Reynolds b. February 7, 1849.

16. iii. Matilda Sophia "Tilly" Reynolds b. September 12, 1852.

17. iv. George Reynolds b. November 27, 1854.

18. v. Thomas (sic Adham) Adam Reynolds b. March 1, 1857.

19. vi. William "Will" Reynolds b. October 14, 1860.

20. vii. Alexander Robertson "Sandy" Reynolds b. December 13, 1861.

21. viii. James Freeman Reynolds b. June 19, 1864.

22. ix. Mary White Reynolds b. December 21, 1866.

23. x. David Edgar "Dave" Reynolds b. June 26, 1869.

xi. Minnie Florence Reynolds, b. December 16, 1881 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized March 17, 1887 at St. David's Presbyterian Church, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 14) d. before 1937.

Generation Three

6. Elizabeth Reynolds, b. October 8, 1847, baptized July 6, 1848 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 15) d. circa 1901, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Colin Steele, b. circa 1841, d. circa 1928, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. William A. Steele, b. August 29, 1874, baptized September 25, 1874 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 16) d. circa 1945, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Mary Steele, b. circa 1876, d. circa 1906, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. John Steele, b. February 19, 1879, baptized May 5, 1879 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 17).

24. iv. Charles Augustine Steele b. November 16, 1881.

7. Martha Jane Reynolds, b. April 26, 1850, baptized August 7, 1850 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 18) d. March 13, 1916, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married James Mitchell Dalziel, b. September 13, 1839 in Prince Edward Island, (son of John Dalziel and Jean Mitchell) d. May 10, 1921, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

25. i. Mary Elizabeth Dalziel b. November 19, 1871.

ii. John Dalziel, b. circa 1874, d. circa 1878 from scarlet fever.

iii. James Bayne Dalziel, b. September 3, 1877 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 14, 1877 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 19) d. August 11, 1884 from scarlet fever, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

26. iv. Emma Jane Dalziel b. March 19, 1880.

v. Lulu Dalziel, b. June 22, 1885.

She married Ernest Cudmore.

8. Archibald White Reynolds, b. June 19, 1852, (see note 20) baptized November 19, 1852 at Vernon River Bible Christian Church, Vernon River, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 21) d. circa 1944, buried in Lower Montague Community Cemetery, Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Christina Dauncey, b. August 14, 1861, d. circa 1946, buried in Lower Montague Community Cemetery, Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. James M. Reynolds, b. circa 1882, d. circa 1897, buried in Lower Montague Community Cemetery, Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Ella Blanche Reynolds, b. May 5, 1884 in St. Mary's Bay, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized November 9, 1884 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 22) d. February 8, 1959, buried in Lower Montague Community Cemetery, Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married (unknown) MacDonald.

iii. Ruth Reynolds, b. November 26, 1899.

9. Mary Victoria Reynolds, b. May 24, 1855, baptized August 26, 1855 at Vernon River Bible Christian Church, Vernon River, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 23) d. January 30, 1912, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Godfrey "Goff" Jamieson, b. April 22, 1849 in Prince Edward Island, (son of Donald Jamieson and Mary Eleanor Murphy) d. July 26, 1937, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

27. i. William David Jamieson b. February 7, 1877.

28. ii. Maria Jamieson b. April 28, 1879.

29. iii. Daniel Jamieson b. June 13, 1881.

30. iv. John Godfrey Jamieson b. July 25, 1883.

31. v. Pius B. Jamieson b. September 3, 1885.

32. vi. Mary Ellen "Nellie" Jamieson b. December 8, 1887.

vii. Martha Jamieson, b. December 29, 1889 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 28, 1890 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 24) d. circa 1970, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Charles Victor McGuigan, married August 5, 1912 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., b. September 27, 1882 in Prince Edward Island, baptized October 29, 1882 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. January 14, 1950, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

viii. Lester Jamieson, b. May 3, 1892, baptized June 16, 1892 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Sadie Leblanc.

ix. Catherine E. Jamieson, b. January 3, 1895 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 10, 1895 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. December 5, 1969, buried in Syt. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Harry "John Henry" Dunn, married November 27, 1926 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., b. May 1, 1894 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 4, 1894 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. August 24, 1969, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

10. Adam White "Abby" Reynolds, b. October 17, 1863, baptized February 23, 1865 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 25).

The Reynolds family moved from Gaspereaux to Millinocket, Maine circa 1913.

He married Margaret "Maggie" Sencabaugh, married January 26, 1889, b. February 11, 1869, (daughter of John Sencabaugh and Louisa Sentner) d. circa 1954.

Children:

33. i. Milton Wilfred Reynolds b. August 21, 1891.

ii. Walter Atwood Reynolds, b. May 27, 1892, d. August 13, 1912 in Smith Falls, Ontario, (see note 26) buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murrauy Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

34. iii. Irma Hilda Reynolds b. April 7, 1895.

iv. Mary Wight Reynolds, b. September 3, 1900, d. November 3, 1983 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., buried November 7, 1893 in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

11. John James Hicken, b. May 15, 1832 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 24, 1833 in Methodist Church in Three Rivers, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 27) d. October 17, 1889 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 28).

John James Hicken is noted in several editions of the "Newburyport Directory" as being a ships carpenter. In 1856-57 he is shown as residing at 264 Merrimac Street, in 1858 at 26 Woodland, and between 1864 and 1875 at 9 Woodland, 15 Ashland, 5 Warren and 5 Howard.

The 1860 United States Census shows John and his wife Hannah as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts with John being occupied as a ship carpenter. No children are noted.

The 1880 United States Census shows John and his wife Elizabeth as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts with John being occupied as a ship carpenter. Only three children are shown: Addie M., John C. and Ida L.

His marriage to Elizabeth (Heald) Hale is noted as being his fifth marriage.

He married (1) Ellen "Eleanor" Clark, married May 17, 1854 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 29) (daughter of Gideon Clark and Rebecca (unknown)).

Children:

i. John Thomas Hicken, b. December 7, 1854 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 30).

He married (2) Hannah M. Clark, married September 2, 1857 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 31) b. circa 1841 in Nova Scotia, Canada, (daughter of Gideon Clark and Rebecca (unknown)).

Children:

ii. Laura Vandelia Hicken, b. August 20, 1860 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 32) d. September 13, 1861 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 33).

He married (3) Addie Lavinia Hatch, married circa 1863, (daughter of Alexander Hatch and Terrezo (unknown)) d. June 6, 1875 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 34).

Children:

iii. Addie Medora Hicken, b. September 13, 1868 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 35).

iv. Addie Mabel Hicken, b. July 30, 1869 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 36).

35. v. John Curtis Hicken b. April 18, 1871.

vi. Anna Jane "Annie" Hicken, b. June 4, 1875 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 37) d. October 24, 1875 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 38).

He married (4) Elizabeth Heald, married December 19, 1876 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 39) b. circa 1844 in New York, U.S.A., (daughter of John Heald and Elizabeth (unknown)) d. circa 1905 in Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 40).

Elizabeth: Elizabeth Heald was previously married to an unknown Hale. She was a teacher in the Newbury School Department at Rowley, Massachusetts.

Children:

36. vii. Ida Louise Hicken b. October 20, 1878.

12. George Benjamin Hicken, b. November 10, 1834 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 19, 1837 in Methodist Church in Three Rivers, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 41) d. July 16, 1914 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 42).

The 1860 United States Census shows George Benjamin Hicken and his wife Eleanor J. as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a ship carpenter.

He is noted in several editions of the "Newburyport Directory" as being a ships carpenter. In 1864-65, he is shown as residing at 264 Merrimac Street and from 1871 to 1875 at Willow Avenue.

The 1880 Census is unchanged and accounts for all his children. The 1900 Census shows him as being occupied as a carpenter in a car shop. The 1910 Census shows him as living on his own income.

He married Eleanor J. Marshall, married May 29, 1860 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 43) b. March 1843 in Nova Scotia, Canada, (daughter of George Marshall and Caroline (unknown)).

Children:

37. i. Irene Eglantine Hicken b. May 12, 1861.

38. ii. Hannah Florence Hicken b. February 16, 1863.

39. iii. George Thomas Hicken b. September 7, 1868.

40. iv. Lizzie Rosine Hicken b. October 17, 1870.

v. Mary Eleanor Hicken, b. October 17, 1870 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 44).

41. vi. Edward Everett Hicken b. April 20, 1876.

42. vii. Nellie Jane Hicken b. February 27, 1878.

13. Thomas W. Hicken, b. June 1, 1837 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 19, 1837 in Methodist Church in Three Rivers, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 45) d. January 14, 1918 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

In 1854, the "Newburyport Directory" shows Thomas Hicken as being a shipwright and residing at 251 Merrimac Street. In 1859 and in 1864-65, it shows him as being a ships carpenter and residing at 48 Warren - in the latter instance with his widowed mother Hannah.

Thomas (a shoemaker) enlisted and was mustered as a Private with the First Batallion of the Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery on February 25, 1862. He was promoted to the rank of Corporal on March 21, 1863 and to the rank of Sergeant on August 25, 1864. He was discharged on February 27, 1865.

He became a well respected Postmaster in Rowley, Massachusetts. Some of his post office papers and the chair he used in his office have been preserved by his descendants.

He became a citizen of the United States on May 8, 1876. A copy of this document is on file.

The 1870, 1880 and 1910 Census for the United States shows the family as living in Rowley. In 1870, it shows Thomas as being occupied as a shoe maker. In 1880, he is shown as boat maker. In 1910, he is shown as living on his own income.

He married Mary Elizabeth Saunders, married November 8, 1859 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 46) b. May 31, 1838 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of David Saunders and Elizabeth Saunders Howe) d. circa 1919.

Children:

43. i. Albert Arnville Hicken b. October 28, 1860.

44. ii. Jennie Arvilla Hicken b. December 6, 1864.

14. Lemuel Hicken, b. March 19, 1845 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 5, 1902 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 47).

The 1860 Census for the United States shows Lemuel Hicken age 15 and occupied as a seaman on page 286 in Ward 6, Newburyport, Massachusetts.

The "Newburyport Directory" from 1864 to 1869 shows Lemuel Hicken as being a mariner and ships carpenter and as residing at 48 Warren with his widowed mother Hannah. From 1871 to 1875, it shows him as being a ships carpenter and as residing at 35 Carter and Chapel Street. He is shown as a patrolman in 1891 on the birth record of his son, Willis Lemuel Hicken.

The 1880 United States Census shows the family as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts with Lemuel being occupied as a ship carpenter.

"This is what is making news on March 25, 1887. Soldiers attached to Newburyport's Company A became drunk and disorderly on the train coming back from Haverhill, where the Merrimac Valley Batallion held its competitive drill. One soldier, Amos Dow, got in a fight with Officer Lemuel Hicken who had been sent to the Washington Street depot to quiet down the rowdy troops." (from the "Newburyport News").

He married Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Litch, married circa 1869, (see note 48) b. circa 1847 in Digby, Digby County, Nova Scotia, (daughter of James Litch and Hannah McKenzie) d. 1926 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

45. i. Gracia Litch "Grace" Hicken b. April 23, 1872.

46. ii. Hannah Alice Hicken b. November 8, 1875.

iii. Lizzie May Hicken, b. January 12, 1878 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 49) d. March 21, 1879 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 50).

iv. Marjorie Reynolds "Margie" Hicken, b. November 11, 1885 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 51) d. circa 1944.

She married Aram G. Bedrosian, b. circa 1877, d. circa 1939.

47. v. Willis Lemuel Hicken b. October 16, 1891.

15. Benjamin Reynolds, b. February 7, 1849 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 5, 1849 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 52) d. July 12, 1925 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Annie Sentner Sencabaugh, b. February 4, 1846 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of John Sencabaugh and Louisa Sentner) baptized May 2, 1867 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., d. September 14, 1943 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

48. i. John Herbert Reynolds b. August 23, 1874.

16. Matilda Sophia "Tilly" Reynolds, b. September 12, 1852 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. October 14, 1924, buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married (1) John Herring, married February 14, 1871, b. February 14, 1848 in Murray Harbour, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Francis Herring and Eleanor Sencabaugh) baptized June 18, 1848 in Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 53) d. July 3, 1901, buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Francis Lemuel Herring, b. March 12, 1872 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. April 12, 1873 in Kings County, P.E.I.

49. ii. Lavinia Ellen Herring b. June 16, 1874.

iii. Alferetta Frances Herring, b. November 29, 1876 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

She married (unknown) Donaldson.

50. iv. David Crandall Sydney Herring b. July 15, 1879.

v. Jessie Jerusha Herring, b. November 25, 1881 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. August 12, 1894 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

51. vi. Freeman Thomas Herring b. January 12, 1887.

vii. Elizabeth May "Libby" Herring, b. March 23, 1889 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 11, 1977 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried December 13, 1977 in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married William Millar Graham, married June 14, 1921 at Presbyterian Church Manse, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 54) b. March 18, 1885 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of John Graham and Isabella Miller) baptized September 10, 1886 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., d. February 15, 1949 in Cambridge, Kings County, P.E.I., buried February 17, 1949 in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

viii. Erskine Johnson Keir Herring, b. January 10, 1892 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 12, 1901 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married (2) William Jenkins, married October 31, 1908 in Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., b. circa 1847 in Mount Albion, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Henry Jenkins and Hannah Jones) d. June 29, 1927 in Cherry Valley, Queens County, P.E.I.

17. George Reynolds, b. November 27, 1854 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 26, 1855 at Vernon River Bible Christian Church, Vernon River, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 55) d. January 30, 1929 in Cambridge, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Dorcas Whitman Bears, married December 2, 1880, b. April 10, 1858 in Murray Harbour, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Isaac Alfred Bears and Rebecca Thamar Malay) baptized July 11, 1858 at Murray River Free Church of Scotland, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 56) d. November 10, 1944 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

52. i. Ella May Cameron Reynolds b. April 28, 1882.

53. ii. Benjamin Alfred David "Benny" Reynolds b. July 6, 1883.

54. iii. Arthur Freeman Reynolds b. December 13, 1886.

55. iv. Jessie Thomer Reynolds b. October 17, 1888.

56. v. Bessie Anne Reynolds b. August 1, 1890.

57. vi. Lulu Agnes Reynolds b. December 5, 1892.

18. Thomas (sic Adham) Adam Reynolds, b. March 1, 1857 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 16, 1859 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 57) d. December 19, 1933 in Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Georgina Graham, married August 4, 1879, b. March 4, 1862 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 21, 1886 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 58) d. December 18, 1958 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

58. i. Annie Milinda Reynolds b. December 14, 1879.

59. ii. Elwood Ames Reynolds b. April 6, 1882.

60. iii. Ernest Leith Reynolds b. July 25, 1888.

iv. Matilda Reynolds, b. August 10, 1888.

61. v. Chester Fales Reynolds b. March 4, 1893.

19. William "Will" Reynolds, b. October 14, 1860 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. before 1937.

He married Ann Thompson, b. March 9, 1862, (daughter of Joseph Clarke Thompson and Esther Machon) baptized August 13, 1862 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 59).

Children:

i. Charles Thwing Reynolds, b. July 4, 1890 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 27, 1891 at Murray Harbour South Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 60).

ii. Emma J. Reynolds, b. October 11, 1891.

iii. Ralph E. Reynolds, b. October 24, 1893.

iv. Esther J. Reynolds, b. February 18, 1896.

20. Alexander Robertson "Sandy" Reynolds, b. December 13, 1861 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized April 30, 1862 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 61) d. October 17, 1925, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Louisa Jane Compton, married May 12, 1883 in Kings County, P.E.I., b. February 20, 1863 in Milltown Cross, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of William Compton and Mary Martin) baptized June 4, 1863 at Murray River Free Church of Scotland, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 62) d. May 10, 1938 in Milltown Cross, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

62. i. Freeman Edgar Reynolds b. April 24, 1883.

63. ii. William Ernest "Will" Reynolds b. March 8, 1886.

64. iii. Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Reynolds b. December 25, 1888.

iv. Elmer Reynolds, b. circa 1889.

v. David Alexander Reynolds, b. November 29, 1889 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 20, 1891, d. January 2, 1903, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

65. vi. Marshall Carleton Reynolds b. June 4, 1894.

66. vii. John Alonzo "Lon" Reynolds b. January 7, 1897.

67. viii. Lillian Jane Reynolds b. October 4, 1902.

21. James Freeman Reynolds, b. June 19, 1864 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 23, 1865 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 63) d. September 12, 1942 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Penelope Ann "Penzie" Machon, married January 2, 1890, b. May 8, 1870 in White Sands, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of William Machon and Margaret Jennings Lelacheur) baptized April 12, 1871 at Murray Harbour Methodist Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 64) d. circa 1966, buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Francis H. "Frank" Reynolds, b. circa 1911 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 10, 1931 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

68. ii. Doris Althea Reynolds b. circa 1918.

22. Mary White Reynolds, b. December 21, 1866 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized April 17, 1867, d. after 1937.

She married James S. MacKay.

Children:

i. Alexander Leberte MacKay, b. June 3, 1888 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 20, 1888 at Murray Harbour South Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 65).

ii. Edith Florence MacKay, b. October 30, 1890 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized April 16, 1891 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 66).

23. David Edgar "Dave" Reynolds, b. June 26, 1869 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 16, 1871 at Murray Harbour Bible Christian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 67) d. March 31, 1937 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., buried April 1, 1937 in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Mary Ann Roberts, married December 11, 1895, b. June 3, 1872 in Cape Bear, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Peter Roberts and Johannah Williams) baptized August 17, 1873 at Murray Harbour Methodist Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 68) d. November 16, 1944 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Clarence Crandel Reynolds, b. circa 1896 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 30, 1918 in Gambral, France, (see note 69).

Clarence Crandel Reynolds served as a Private (3180329) with the Royal Canadian Regiment during World War I and was killed-in-action.

ii. Florence Reynolds.

She married (unknown) Leviston.

69. iii. Doris Althea Reynolds b. circa 1918.

Generation Four

24. Charles Augustine Steele, b. November 16, 1881, baptized January 5, 1882 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 70).

He married Elizabeth "Eliza" McKenzie.

Children:

i. Frances Elizabeth Steele, b. circa 1920, d. September 1966.

She married Lloyd Ross Reid, married circa 1944, b. circa 1917, (son of Harry Goldsmith Reid and Isabel R. "Belle" Henderson) d. September 24, 1987, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

25. Mary Elizabeth Dalziel, b. November 19, 1871 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 10, 1950, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married David William Reid, married November 27, 1894 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., b. July 22, 1872 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of William McLure Reid and Priscilla Hart Llewellyn) d. February 14, 1958 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.

Children:

i. Sanford Cameron Reid, b. January 5, 1896 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 8, 1981, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (1) Isabella R. Graham, married August 21, 1918 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, P.E.I., b. June 7, 1892 in Prince Edward Island, (see note 71) (daughter of William "William's Will" Graham and Suzanne V. Llewellyn) d. January 11, 1948, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (2) Hilda Graham, married July 4, 1959, b. December 22, 1906 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of William David Graham and Edith Ann McArthur) baptized September 22, 1909 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., d. January 13, 1996 at Riverview Manor, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Lower Montague Community Cemetery, Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Esther Winnifred Reid, b. April 29, 1903 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 16, 1982 in Prince Edward Island.

She married Russell Alexander Gillis, married circa 1918, b. June 27, 1897 in Eldon, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Norman Alexander Gillis and Annie May MacKenzie) d. March 29, 1992 in Eldon, Queens County, P.E.I.

iii. Gladys W. Reid, b. circa 1905 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

She married Cephas Ellsworth Davey, married circa 1925 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., b. circa 1905 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 23, 1998, buried May 25, 1988 in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

26. Emma Jane Dalziel, b. March 19, 1880 in Murray Harbour North Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 3, 1880 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 72) d. August 29, 1942, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married George Thomas McLure, b. July 11, 1882 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Cartney David MacLure and Margaret Clow Dixon) baptized July 1, 1883 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 73) d. April 3, 1952, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Lulu Eileen MacLure, b. January 18, 1911 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. November 23, 2001 at Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Eldon, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married William Charles Graham, married October 28, 1931 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., b. November 6, 1908 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Charles Graham and Lily Ethel Graham) baptized January 1, 1909, d. July 23, 1954 at Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Preston Dalziel MacLure, b. July 30, 1913 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. August 31, 1972 in Dundas, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Margaret Johnston Graham, married August 12, 1936 at Presbyterian Manse, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., b. August 10, 1915 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Charles Graham and Lily Ethel Graham) d. April 3, 1986, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. William Hazen MacLure, b. May 5, 1916, d. September 30, 1987, buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. James Dalziel "Jamie" MacLure, b. May 19, 1921, d. September 6, 1998 in Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Eldon, Prince Edward Island, (see note 74) buried in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Ruth Irene Hicken, married circa 1960, b. September 11, 1923, (daughter of Newton Holman Hicken and Dimple May Kerwin) baptized September 5, 1927 in Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 75) d. October 21, 2004 at Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Eldon, Queens County, P.E.I., buried October 24, 2004 in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

27. William David Jamieson, b. February 7, 1877 in Prince Edward Island, baptized March 7, 1877 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 76) d. May 2, 1937, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Matilda Blackett, b. August 1, 1881 in Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Robert Blackett and Elizabeth Banks) baptized November 3, 1900 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. circa 1974, buried in St. James Catholic Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Albert Jamieson, b. March 15, 1901 in Prince Edward Island, d. circa 1960, buried in St. James Catholic Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Archibald Jamieson, d. at 34 years of age, buried in St. James Catholic Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. John Jamieson, d. at 17 months old, buried in St. James Catholic Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. W. Milford Jamieson, d. at 65 years of age, buried in St. James Catholic Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

28. Maria Jamieson, b. April 28, 1879 in Prince Edward Island, baptized June 29, 1879 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 77) d. circa 1937, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married George Charles McKeeman, married September 25, 1901, b. May 12, 1873 in Prince Edward Island, (son of Daniel McKeeman and Jessie Cooke) baptized June 16, 1932 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. circa 1933, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Daniel G. McKeeman, b. April 21, 1900, d. October 1972 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

He married Evelyn Waugh, b. July 22, 1898 in Old Town, Maine, U.S.A., d. July 1986 in Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

ii. Olive Maria McKeeman, b. October 8, 1903 in Prince Edward Island, baptized July 27, 1923 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Mary Adele McKeeman, b. September 26, 1907 in Prince Edward Island, baptized July 29, 1923 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. circa 1982, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Jerome Hughes, b. circa 1905, d. circa 1958, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. Lester B. McKeeman, b. March 8, 1910 in Prince Edward Island, baptized March 7, 1912 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. February 25, 1971, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (1) Anne MacLeod McClure.

He married (2) Vaughan Allen Fraser.

v. James Elliot Atwood McKeeman, b. May 16, 1912 in Prince Edward Island, baptized August 18, 1923 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. circa 1924, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

vi. Jessie Ina McKeeman, b. July 27, 1915 in Prince Edward Island, baptized September 5, 1915 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. October 27, 1999, buried in Spring Brook Cemetery, Spring Brook, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married Ralph Bernard.

vii. George Ivan McKeeman, b. April 2, 1918 in Prince Edward Island, baptized May 1, 1918 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. October 5, 1996, buried in St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (1) Anna Theresa Clair, b. July 26, 1927, d. July 15, 1976 at 48 years, 11 months and 19 days of age, buried in St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (2) Mabel Sorrie-McCarron.

viii. John Oscar McKeeman, b. May 3, 1920 in Prince Edward Island, baptized May 30, 1920 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. November 10, 1995, buried in St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

John Oscar McKeeman served in the Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve (RCNVR).

He married Living, (details excluded).

29. Daniel Jamieson, b. June 13, 1881 in Sturgeon, Lot 61, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 4, 1881 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 78) d. July 4, 1957 in Dover, New Hampshire, U.S.A., buried in New St. Mary's Cemetery, Dover, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

He married Laura May Moore, b. September 29, 1883 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of George William Moore and Priscilla Ann Mutlow) baptized August 26, 1884 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 79) d. July 24, 1973 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, 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, Maine, U.S.A., d. May 18, 1990.

She married (1) Donald Elliott 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).

30. John Godfrey Jamieson, b. July 25, 1883 in Prince Edward Island, baptized September 23, 1883 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 80) d. December 7, 1970 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

The Jamiesons had three sons and four daughters not listed in this genealogy.

He married Catherine "Katie" Lannigan, b. August 28, 1887 in Prince Edward Island, baptized August 30, 1887 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. circa 1952 in Maine, U.S.A., buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

Children:

i. John Pius Jamieson, b. circa 1908, d. December 28, 1970 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

ii. Atwood Joseph Jamieson, b. circa 1923, d. January 22, 1996 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

31. Pius B. Jamieson, b. September 3, 1885 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 10, 1885 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 81) d. circa 1962, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Martha French, married November 12, 1912 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., b. February 20, 1891 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of John French and Margaret Murphy) baptized February 23, 1891 at St. Paul's Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., d. circa 1976.

Children:

i. Godfrey J. Jamieson, b. circa 1924, d. circa 1968, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

32. Mary Ellen "Nellie" Jamieson, b. December 8, 1887 in Sturgeon, Lot 61, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, 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., buried June 12, 1975 in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

She married Mervin Everett Moore, married November 30, 1912 at St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., b. February 14, 1890 in Albion, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of George William Moore and Priscilla Ann Mutlow) baptized November 18, 1890 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 82) d. January 11, 1960 in Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A., buried January 14, 1960 in Mount Hope Cemetery, 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.

She married Walter 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 "Pat" 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 "Della" 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 "Kate" 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 March 20, 1996 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 Carter and Etta (unknown)) d. July 6, 1990 in Belfast, Maine, U.S.A., buried July 10, 1990 in Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Penobscot County, Maine, U.S.A.

33. Milton Wilfred Reynolds, b. August 21, 1891, d. May 27, 1961, buried May 29, 1961 in Sturgeon Community Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Jane "Janie" Creed, b. July 15, 1881, (daughter of Job Creed and Julia "Sarah" Campbell) d. circa 1948, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Mary Adeline Reynolds, b. July 1915, d. October 14, 1915 at three months of age, buried in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

34. Irma Hilda Reynolds, b. April 7, 1895 in Gaspereaux, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. November 19, 1968, buried in Sturgeon Community Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Earl Atwood Llewellyn, married February 6, 1912 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 83) b. August 1, 1890, (son of Jonathan Samuel "Jock" Lewellin and Catherine Jane "Janie" Mutlow) baptized September 18, 1892 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 84) d. September 24, 1956 in Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, 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 Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, 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 at Togus Veterans Administration Hospital, Maine, U.S.A., buried in Evergreen Hill Cemetery, Bucksport, Hancock, Maine, U.S.A.

Adam Reynolds Llewellyn was a veteran of World War II.

35. John Curtis Hicken, b. April 18, 1871 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 85) d. before 1920.

The 1900 and 1910 United States Census shows the John Curtis Hicken family as residing in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire with John being occupied in 1900 as a driver for a creamery and in 1910 as a buttermaker.

He married Mabel E. (unknown), b. August 1870 in Vermont, U.S.A.

Mabel: Mabel E. Hicken remarried before 1920 to Lester L. Avery and, in 1920, was residing in Vermont.

Children:

i. Edmund Curtis Hicken, b. March 11, 1894 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., d. April 1958 in Massachusetts, U.S.A.

On June 4, 1917: Edmund Curtis Hicken's WWI Draft Registration showed him as being single and residing at 139 Chesnut Street in Holyoke, Massachusetts and being occupied as a supervisor at the Barrett Manufacturing Company in Boston, Massachusetts.

The 1920 United States Census shows him as residing with his mother and step-father in Northfield, Washington County, Vermont and being occupied as a salesman.

ii. Arah W. Hicken, b. February 12, 1903 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., d. March 27, 1983 in Sarasota, Florida, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows Arah W. Hicken as residing with his mother and step-father in Northfield, Washington County, Vermont and being occupied as a salesman. The 1930 Census shows him as residing with his wife Pauline in Montpelier, Washington County, Vermont and being occupied as a salesman for a hardware store.

In 1968, Arah W. Hicken was the Worthy Grand Patron of the Grand Chapter of Vermont Order of the Eastern Star - Naomi Chapter No. 18 in Northfield.

He married Pauline B. (unknown), b. circa 1908 in New Hampshire, U.S.A.

iii. Walter P. Hicken, b. June 2, 1904 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., d. July 1972 in Keene, Cheshire County, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

The 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows Walter P. Hicken as residing with his mother and step-father in Northfield, Washington County, Vermont and in 1920 being occupied as a labourer in a machine shop and in 1930 as a chauffeur for a taxi service. In 1930, he is shown as having a daughter Ruth.

36. Ida Louise Hicken, b. October 20, 1878 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 86) d. circa 1932.

She married Albert Irving Flanders, married June 4, 1898 in Manchester, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., b. November 29, 1869 in Gilford, Belknap County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., (son of Enoch Flanders and Mary Ann Foss) d. circa 1932.

Albert: The 1900, 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows the Flanders family as residing in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. In 1910, Albert is shown as being occupied as a driver for a gas company. In 1920, he is shown as being a superintendent for a gas company. In 1930, he is shown as being a superintendent for the Public Gas Company.

Children:

i. Arthur Leslie Flanders, b. December 3, 1898 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. September 1975 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, U.S.A.

The 1930 United States Census shows the family as residing in Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island with Arthur being occupied as an engineer with public utilities.

He married Hazel E. Wilson, married June 1922, b. October 8, 1901 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. June 1981 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, U.S.A.

37. Irene Eglantine Hicken, b. May 12, 1861 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 87).

She married James H. Middleton, married December 31, 1883 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 88) b. August 1863 in Gilmanton, New Hampshire, U.S.A., (son of Charles W. Middleton and Julia A. (unknown)) d. before 1930 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 89).

James: The 1900, 1910 and 1920 United States Census shows the family as residing in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts with James being occupied as a foreman in a shoe factory.

Children:

i. Myrtle E. Middleton, b. circa 1886 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1910, 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows Mrtle as residing at home. In 1910, she is shown as being occupied as a music instructor. In 1920, she is shown as being a clerk doing office work. In 1930, she is shown as being a church organist.

38. Hannah Florence Hicken, b. February 16, 1863 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 90).

She married Edgar S.C. Tyler, married November 1, 1884 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 91) b. December 1861 in West Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of Thomas L. Tyler and Maria S. (unknown)).

Edgar: The 1900 United States Census shows the family as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts with Edgar being occupied as a foreman in a shoe operation. The 1920 and 1930 Census show the family as residing in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts with Edgar being a cutting foreman in a shoe factory.

Children:

i. Walter E. Tyler, b. February 1889 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows the family as residing in Swampscott, Essex County, Massachusetts and in 1930 as residing in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts. In both years, Walter is shown as being a civil engineer with a steam railroad.

He married Marian S. (unknown), b. August 14, 1891 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. October 17, 1981 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

39. George Thomas Hicken, b. September 7, 1868 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 92).

The 1910 United States Census shows the family as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts with George Thomas being occupied as a wax maker in his own shop. The 1930 Census shows the family as residing in Northwood, Rockingham County, New Hampshire.

He married Hannah Jennie Small, married circa 1888, b. May 29, 1866 in Northwood, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, U.S.A., (daughter of John Small and Mary Evans) d. January 2, 1937.

Children:

i. Charles Burleigh Hicken, b. July 19, 1889 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 93) d. September 10, 1968 in Springvale, York County, Maine, U.S.A.

The 1920 United States Census shows the family as residing in Sanford, York County, Maine with Charles Burleigh being occupied as a leather sorter in a shoe shop. The 1930 Census shows the family as residing in Alfred, York County, Maine with him being occupied as an ironer in a woolen mill.

He married Ida M. Meinerth, b. circa 1890 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of George Meinerth and Caroline G. (unknown)).

ii. Edith May Hicken, b. June 29, 1891 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 94).

iii. Ralph George Hicken, b. November 15, 1898 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 95).

He married Sarah L. Russell, married February 12, 1921 in Maine, U.S.A., b. in Springvale, Maine, U.S.A.

40. Lizzie Rosine Hicken, b. October 17, 1870 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 96) d. November 21, 1945, (see note 97).

She married George Parker Dole, married circa 1890, b. March 1870 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of Eban S. Dole and Frances C. (unknown)).

George: The 1900 United States shows George Parker Dole as residing in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts and being occupied as a railroad superintendent. The 1910, 1920 and 1930 Census shows the family as residing in Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. In 1910 and 1920 he is shown as being a superintendent with a street railroad. In 1930, he is shown as the manager of bus transportation.

Children:

i. Mildred Irene Dole, b. March 13, 1892, d. September 9, 1906, (see note 98).

ii. Theo Rosine Dole, b. circa 1905 in Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. (see note 99).

41. Edward Everett Hicken, b. April 20, 1876 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 100) d. August 1969 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

The 1910 and 1930 United States Census shows the family as residing in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts. In 1910, Edward Everett is shown as being a bookkeeper in a Newburyport office and in 1930, as being the publisher of a daily newspaper.

He signed his WWI Draft Registration on September 12, 1915 stating he was the business manager of the News Publishing Company.

He was a Republican. Delegate to the Republican National Convention from Massachusetts in 1936.

According to Polk's Gloucester (Essex County, Mass.) City Directory 1942, he wasTreasurer of the Gloucester Daily Times with his home being at Newwburyport.

Edward Everett Hicken, long prominent in journalistic circles, became a commanding figure in the "Newburyport News" family, assuming the presidency of the corporation. The corporation also included James H. Higgins, Nathan D. Rodigrass and James E. Mannix. This arrangement existed under the heirs of these gentlemen until January 1952, when the "News" was sold to Philip S. Weld of Essex, who also assumed ownership of the Gloucester Times". (from "A History of Newburyport Newspapers" by Russell Lee Jackson).

He married Ina Cordelia Walton, married November 18, 1902 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 101) b. April 23, 1879 in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of Francis E. Walton and Jennie A. Brooks) d. January 6, 1951 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 102).

Children:

i. Eleanor Walton Hicken, b. April 8, 1908 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 103) d. December 2, 1986 in Greenfield, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married Malcolm G. Smith, married June 17, 1930, b. August 11, 1907 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of Arthur G. Smith and Grace Alliston Page) d. October 6, 1985 in West Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Malcolm: This couple is buried with Eleanor's parents. A picture of the tombstone is on file.

42. Nellie Jane Hicken, b. February 27, 1878 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 104) d. January 18, 1949 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 105).

She married Dr. Alden R. Newhall, M.D., b. December 1875 in Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of Bailey G. Newhall and Clara A. (unknown)).

Dr.: The 1910, 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows the family as residing in Holliston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. In 1910, it shows him as being a doctor in general practice. In 1920, it shows him as a doctor practicing medicine. In 1930, it shows him as a physician and surgeon in a general practice.

Children:

i. Paul H. Newhall, b. August 1, 1904 in Holliston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. December 25, 1981 in Newton, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

43. Albert Arnville Hicken, b. October 28, 1860 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. January 11, 1946 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Main Street Cemetery, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Albert Arnville Hicken was supposed to be a farmer but gave the impression that he did very little but live on small legacies... He and his wife Abbie were given a very large home, one of the early houses in Rowley, Massachusetts, from the Saunders family. It is now the Village Pancake House. (Elizabeth Hicken)

The 1880 United States Census shows him as being a worker in a heel factory. The 1910 Census shows him as being a shipper in a shoe factory. The 1920 Census shows him as being a shipping clerk in a heel factory. The 1930 Census shows him as being a labourer at odd jobs.

He married Abbie Almana Goldthwaite, married October 28, 1886 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 106) b. June 14, 1864 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (daughter of George D. Goldthwaite and Margaret A. Raymond) d. November 31, 1940 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Main Street Cemetery, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Children:

i. Guy Reynolds Hicken, b. May 14, 1887 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 107) d. January 2, 1959 in his late residence in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 108) buried in Main Street Cemetery, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Guy Reynolds Hicken graduated in 1910 from Brown University in Rhode Island. He worked as a bookkeeper and an accountant all his life.

The 1910 United States Census shows him as residing in Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island and being occupied as a conductor for a street railroad. The 1920 Census shows the family as residing in Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut with him being occupied as a manager in a sewing machine factory. The 1930 Census shows the family as residing in Bernard, Somerset County, New Jersey with him being occupied as an accountant in a coffee firm.

For 12 years, he was associated with the Ruth Shoe Company in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He was a member if the Temple Lodge AF & AM of Westport, Connecticut and a past patron of the Order of Amaranth in Bernardville, New Jersey while living in Basking Ridge. He was also the treasurer of a Newburyport credit union for eight years.

He married Nellie Estelle Oakes, married June 29, 1911, b. October 11, 1987 in Armenia, New York, U.S.A., (daughter of James Oakes and Mary Irene Pixley) d. March 14, 1961 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., buried in Main Street Cemetery, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

44. Jennie Arvilla Hicken, b. December 6, 1864 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. circa 1947.

She married Harry A. Jaques, married circa 1884 in Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 109) b. circa 1862 in Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.A., (son of Edwin Jacques and Caroline Robinson).

Children:

i. Rupert Ward Jaques, b. February 4, 1886, d. 1953.

He married Helen W. (unknown), b. circa 1893 in Massachusetts, U.S.A.

45. Gracia Litch "Grace" Hicken, b. April 23, 1872 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 110) d. circa 1943.

She married George L. Morrill, married circa 1897 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 111) b. August 1870 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of George A. Morrill and Carrie L. (unknown)) d. circa 1956.

Children:

i. Richard D. Morrill, b. July 14, 1900 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. February 1979 in Garnerville, Rockland County, New York, U.S.A.

He married Isabel O. Toppan, b. circa 1897, d. circa 1962.

ii. Alice C. Morrill, b. circa 1901 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. circa 1901 in Massachusetts, U.S.A.

iii. Ruth F. Morrill, b. circa 1906 in Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married Edward Daughtery.

46. Hannah Alice Hicken, b. November 8, 1875 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 112).

She married Ernest Hopgood.

Children:

i. Ernest Hopgood.

He married Bethany (unknown).

47. Willis Lemuel Hicken, b. October 16, 1891 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (see note 113) d. circa 1961.

The 1920 and 1930 United States Census shows the family as residing in Revere, Suffolk County, Massachusetts with Willis being occupied in 1920 as a reel maker for a litho company and in 1930 as having a filing job with Forbes Litho.

He married Lena G. Burnham, b. circa 1890 in Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. circa 1963.

Children:

i. Philip Burnham "Phil" Hicken, b. June 27, 1910 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. February 17, 1985 in Nantucket, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Marjorie Eli Hicken, b. January 6, 1912 in Revere, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., d. February 25, 1983 in Central Point, Jackson County, Oregon, U.S.A.

She married Oliver O. Stover, b. March 27, 1911 in Revere, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., (son of Thomas M. Stover and Florence M. (unknown)) d. October 26, 1988 in Burlingame, San Mateo County, California, U.S.A.

iii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Len McQuade.

48. John Herbert Reynolds, b. August 23, 1874 in Reynolds Island, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 26,1972 in Summerside, Prince County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Margaret A. MacDonald, married November 30, 1892, b. May 26, 1876 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish County, Nova Scotia, d. July 30, 1961 in Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Horace S. Reynolds, b. August 23, 1893 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized March 24, 1898, d. April 25, 1939 in New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Mary Jane Livingstone, married November 2, 1914 in Pictou, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, b. September 18, 1890, (daughter of Samuel Livingstone and Mary Catherine Horton) d. before 1985.

ii. Ester May Reynolds, b. February 20, 1895 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. January 20, 1897 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Madeline Gillis Reynolds, b. March 20, 1897 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized March 24, 1898, d. March 17, 1915 in Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Daniel Edwin MacKeeman, married March 4, 1912 in Burnt Point, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., b. November 20, 1882 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Daniel MacKeeman and Jessie Cook) baptized October 12, 1892, d. March 21, 1952 in Eureka, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, buried March 23, 1952.

iv. Elizabeth May Reynolds, b. September 29, 1898 in Reynolds Island, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized February 13, 1899, d. after 1939.

She married Alexander "Alex" Martin.

v. Margaret Florence D. Reynolds, b. June 2, 1904 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. January 2, 1915 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

vi. Benjelina Reynolds, b. March 5, 1908 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

She married Raymond Jenkins, b. circa 1903, (son of Benjamin Jenkins and Hannah Gosbee) d. November 1, 1984 in Scarborough, York County, Ontario, buried November 5, 1984 in Floral Hills Memorial Gardens, Pleasant Valley, Queens County, P.E.I.

vii. Penelope Ann Reynolds, b. circa 1906 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized September 23, 1906, d. after 1939.

She married Percy Jenkins, (son of Josiah Jenkins and Margaret Campbell).

49. Lavinia Ellen Herring, b. June 16, 1874 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

She married Benjamin Penny, married Ovctober 1, 1891 in Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., b. September 17, 1870, (son of James Penny and Maria Millar).

Children:

i. Maria Z.A. Penny, b. December 12, 1891.

ii. Harry Penny, b. September 5, 1893.

iii. Jessie Penny, b. May 6, 1895.

iv. Lottie Penny, b. September 15, 1896.

v. David Penny, b. February 14, 1898.

vi. Matilda F. Penny, b. August 12, 1900.

50. David Crandall Sydney Herring, b. July 15, 1879 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 24, 1918.

He married (1) Mary Colbert, married August 29, 1906 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 114) b. December 5, 1889 in Newfoundland, (daughter of Edward Colbert and Elizabeth Ann (unknown)).

Children:

i. Ellen Loretta Herring, b. May 20, 1908.

He married (2) Elizabeth "Bessie" Duncan, married June 1913, (see note 115) b. September 2, 1892, d. October 18, 1968 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

ii. John Dingwell Herring, b. August 27, 1916 in Prince Edward Island, d. December 10, 1977 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Ada Lenora Williams, married April 10, 1957 at United Church Manse, Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 116) b. March 11, 1920 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Isaac Newton Williams and Lauretta Alberta Eliza Giddings) d. February 11, 1976 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried February 13, 1976 in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Adah Herring.

She married Donald Campbell.

iv. Eulila "Eulain" Herring.

v. Lorne Herring.

vi. Frank Kerring.

51. Freeman Thomas Herring, b. January 12, 1887 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. October 31, 1967, buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Elizabeth "Bessie" Duncan, married September 2, 1919 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 117) b. September 2, 1892, d. October 18, 1968 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Oliver Ernest Herring, b. May 1, 1911 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. July 13, 1957, buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Margaret MacDonald.

ii. David Robert Herring, b. September 23, 1920 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 5, 1987 in Belle River, Queens County, P.E.I., buried September 8, 1987 in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Enid Thrum.

iii. Freeman Daniel Herring, b. May 20, 1921 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (see note 118) d. October 14, 1975 in Belle River, Queens County, P.E.I., buried October 17, 1975 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Ethel Florence Henderson, married June 23, 1943, b. July 9, 1920 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of James Clow "Jim" Henderson and Margaret Elizabeth Clow) d. May 21, 1990 in Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., buried May 24, 1990 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. Marion Christina Matilda Herring, b. September 27, 1923 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 6, 1985 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried June 8, 1985 in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Living, (details excluded).

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married John Gardiner.

vi. Lavinia Violet Herring, b. May 3, 1928 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. March 21, 1965, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E,I.

She married Living, (details excluded).

vii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Josie Eldershaw.

viii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Samuel Wayne MacLeod, b. September 14, 1936 in Uigg, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Alexander MacLeod and Florence Cobb) d. December 20, 1986 in Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., buried December 23, 1986 in Uigg Cemetery, Uigg, Queens County, P.E.I.

52. Ella May Cameron Reynolds, b. April 28, 1882 in Commercial Cross, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 20, 1882 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 119) d. January 13, 1966 in Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., buried January 15, 1966 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married (1) Douglas Joseph Renton, b. circa 1878 in Georgetown, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Alexander Renton and Mary McInnis) baptized August 31, 1879 at St. David's Presbyterian Church, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 120) d. July 1900 in Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in St. David's Presbyterian (United) Church Cemetery, Georgetown, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Mary Renton, b. May 30, 1899 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 21, 1908, d. circa 1992 in Norwalk, California, U.S.A.

She married James Alexander "Jim" Johnston, married circa 1915 in Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., b. July 14, 1895 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Archibald MacDonald Johnston and Isabella "Belle" (Glenholm) MacDonald) baptized July 13, 1896 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 121) d. March 27, 1964 in Norwalk, California, U.S.A.

ii. Florence Renton, b. December 22, d. October 1986.

She married (2) Lemuel Pierce "Lem" Butler, married August 30, 1905 in Kings County, P.E.I., b. August 24, 1879 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of William Butler and Mary Honora Jenkins) baptized January 15, 1880 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 122) d. February 11, 1971 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried February 13, 1970 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

iii. Pierce Whitman Butler, b. April 10, 1906 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 21, 1908, d. March 16, 1965 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried March 18, 1965 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Pierce Whitman Butler was a corporal in the Royal Canadian Air Force.

He married Living, (details excluded).

iv. George Francis "Frank" Butler, b. June 10, 1908 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. April 30, 1982 in Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., buried May 2, 1982 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married George Cross, b. July 26, 1892, d. April 4, 1969.

vi. William Harold Butler, b. April 10, 1913 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. November 26, 1974 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried November 29, 1974 in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Agnes McGuigan, b. October 20, 1918 in Sturgeon, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Bernard McGuigan and Rose Ann "Rosa" McGee) d. November 2, 1992 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried November 4, 1992 in St. Paul's Catholic Church Cemetery, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I.

vii. Living, (details excluded).

He married (1) Florence Elizabeth MacKinnon, b. December 21, 1928 in Milltown Cross, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of James Herman "Hammond" MacKinnon and Louise Anne "Annie" MacLeod) baptized May 31, 1931 at Sturgeon United Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 123) d. July 10, 1979 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried July 12, 1979 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (2) Gladys Emiline MacKinnon, b. August 28, 1917 in Glen Martin, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of William MacKinnon and Sarah Hume) d. January 19, 1993 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried January 22, 1993 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

viii. Arthur Butler, b. May 19, 1920 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prinvce Edward Island, d. circa 1980.

He married Hilda (unknown).

ix. Francis Butler.

53. Benjamin Alfred David "Benny" Reynolds, b. July 6, 1883 in Whim Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 8, 1884 at Sturgeon Methodist Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 124) d. July 18, 1979 in Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, buried July 20, 1979 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Catherine Ella "Katie" Clow, married October 31, 1906 in Kings County, P.E.I., b. November 4, 1884, (daughter of James R. Clow and Margaret Bethune) d. October 29, 1971 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried October 31, 1971 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Muriel Rita Reynolds, b. May 17, 1909 in Point Pleasant, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 20, 1971 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried December 22, 1971 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Robert Russell Vessey, married March 3, 1930 at 21 Park Terrace, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., b. March 31, 1901 in Brudenell, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of George Vessey and Alice Margaret Dewar) d. May 2, 1978, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Margaret Reynolds, b. circa 1910, d. July 13, 1984, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married David Chaisson, b. in Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia.

iii. Jeanetta M. "Jean" Reynolds, b. July 16, 1912, d. January 21, 2000, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Harry Benjamin Herring, married circa 1932, b. May 1, 1906 in Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, (son of Louis Hedley Herring and Josie Ann Beck) d. February 22, 1983, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married Reginald Clive Johnston, b. April 6, 1906 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of James Garfield Johnston and Mary Maude Johnston) baptized January 24, 1909 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., d. December 13, 1989 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried December 16, 1989 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married Ross H. Brown, b. circa 1903 in Truro, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, d. circa 1992, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

vi. George James Reynolds, b. June 14, 1920 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. August 19, 1978 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

George J. Reynolds served as a Private with the North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment.

He married Living, (details excluded).

vii. Edith Agnes Reynolds, b. circa 1923 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 9, 1989 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried December 11, 1989 in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Hubert Beck White, b. circa 1916 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. February 17, 2005 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray Harbour South Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I.

54. Arthur Freeman Reynolds, b. December 13, 1886 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized April 18, 1886 at Murray Harbour South Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 125) d. May 6, 1973 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried May 9, 1973 in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Barbara May MacLure, married February 7, 1911 in Kings County, P.E.I., b. December 4, 1884 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Cartney David MacLure and Margaret Clow Dixon) baptized October 29, 1885 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 126) d. February 2, 1929 in Kings County, P.E.I., buried in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Raymond Clarence Reynolds, b. August 12, 1911 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 28, 1976 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried December 30, 1976 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Lauretta Catherine MacDonald, married circa 1935, b. circa 1915 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of John Alexander MacDonald and Flora Isabelle MacSwain) d. January 27, 2006 at Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Eldon, Queens County, P.E.I., buried January 30, 2006 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Mary Isabelle Reynolds, b. December 31, 1916 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. January 30, 1967 in Cambridge, Kings County, P.E.I., buried February 1, 1967 in New Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Lester Brehaut Graham, married November 10, 1945 at Sturgeon United Church, Sturgeon, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 127) b. April 24, 1908 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Andrew Hamilton Graham and Lily Ada White) baptized February 1913, d. June 28, 2003 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried July 1, 2003 in New Murray Harbour Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

55. Jessie Thomer Reynolds, b. October 17, 1888 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 18, 1889 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 128) d. December 22, 1971 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried December 24, 1971 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Harry Butler, married July 6, 1904 in Kings County, P.E.I., b. April 19, 1884 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Samuel Stephen Butler and Lydia J. Graham) baptized October 22, 1885 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 129) d. June 29, 1943 in Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Samuel Lloyd Butler, b. May 8, 1905 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. July 25, 1989 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried July 28, 1989 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Christy Anne "Annie" Clow, married September 10, 1926 at The Manse, 262 Prince Street, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 130) b. December 6, 1908 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Thomas Clow and Isabella MacLeod) baptized July 20, 1909 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., d. April 24, 1998 in Riverview Manor, Montague, P.E.I., (see note 131) buried April 26, 1998 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Christy: At the time of her death Annie Butler had 23 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

ii. George Clair Butler, b. circa 1909 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. July 28, 1992 in Beach Grove Home, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., (see note 132) buried July 29, 1992 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Jeanne Butler, b. circa 1912 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 26, 2003 in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married Alfred Whiton.

Alfred: Alfred and Jean Whiton reside in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

iv. Myrtle Marion Butler, b. June 29, 1914 in Greek River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 4, 1995 in her late residence, Mosher Road, Admiral Rock, Hants County, Nova Scotia, (see note 133).

She married (1) John Raulston "Jack" Johnston, married November 29, 1932 in Caledonia, Queens County, P.E.I., b. March 11, 1909 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of James Garfield Johnston and Mary Maude Johnston) baptized November 21, 1909 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., d. August 14, 1965 in Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married (2) Arthur M. Peters, b. September 11, 1911, d. August 13, 1979.

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married (1) Henry "Harry" Irving, b. May 20, 1920 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Sydney Irving and Pearle VanIderstine) d. October 6, 1998 at Shady Rest Convalescent Home, Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 134) buried October 9, 1998 in New Murray Harbour North Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I.

Henry: Harry Irving was a fisherman for most of his life. He was just 13 when he started fishing with his father from the "Bluff." A few years later he teamed up with a friend, Raulston Graham, and eventually went on to fish his own fleet. Altogether, he fished for 59 years with the help of his son, Gerald, for 26 of those years. During this time he sold his catches to Wendall Graham Ltd.. He retired from fishing in 1992.

Harry and his wife Ella made their home in Cambridge. To provide for his family, when he wasn't fishing, he worked at numerous jobs, on and off the Island. He worked in Toronto, New Glasgow, N.S., and while living in Charlottetown, he worked at M.F. Schurman. Also, in 1962 he and Ella and some of their neighbours would travel together to Sherwood in Charlottetown to work at a cold storage plant on night and day shifts. He scallop fished for a number of years, raked Irish Moss for a time and worked for the Dept. of Highways as a foreman of a road crew for approximately six years. He was also manager of the Mink River Harbour for many years and took pride in any improvements made to the harbour.

He was always very interested in his community and was always willing to give his friends and neighbours a helping hand. He was a member of the Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, the Cambridge Community Hall Committee and was a school trustee for a number of years. He was an AA member of the Montague group for 36 years and was always very appreciative to this organization and its members, especially Tom Carver, for all the help and support he received over the years.

He loved boat racing from an early age; from the time he and his father raced their lobster boat at the Murray Harbour Tea Parties to later, when he would travel to Souris, Lower Montague and Georgetown to race his own boat. He also enjoyed attending hockey games and stock car races.

She married (2) George Ewen Young, b. November 14, 1904 in Iris, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Ben Young and Katherine MacDonald) d. September 3, 2001 at Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 135) buried September 7, 2001 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

George: George Young was previously married to Bertha Hanson.

He was a veteran of World War II and had worked for the Nova Scotia Department of Highways before retiring and moving back to P.E.I. in 1970.

vi. Living, (details excluded).

He married Lois MacMillan.

vii. Lydia Butler, b. circa 1922 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 13, 2003 in Oshawa, Ontario.

At the time of her death in 2003, Lydia Crawford had six children plus their families.

She married Glen Crawford.

Glen: Glen and Lydia Crawford reside in Oshawa, Ontario.

viii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Erma Frances Fraser, b. February 22, 1924 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Chester Fraser and Gladys MacDonald) d. October 29, 2001 at Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Eldon, Queens County, P.E.I., buried October 31, 2001 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

Erma:.

ix. Merrill Graham Butler, b. March 13, 1926 in Greek River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. April 14, 2003 in his late residence, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 136) buried April 16, 2003 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

At the time of his death, Merrill Butler had 22 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

He married Living, (details excluded).

x. Living, (details excluded).

She married Curtis MacSwain, b. April 22, 1923 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Malcolm "Mack" MacSwain and Elizabeth "Eliza" Graham) d. February 26, 1996 at Kings County Memorial Hospital, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 137) buried February 28, 1996 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Curtis: Curtis MacSwain remained on the family farm. He also fished until he retired in 1989.

xi. Ethel Mae Butler, b. November 17, 1930 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. November 20, 1993 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried November 22, 1993 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married (1) Alexander D. MacSwain, married April 16, 1946, b. June 6, 1914 in Greek River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Artemus MacSwain and Elizabeth MacLeod) d. January 2, 1966 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Alexander: Alexander MacSwain served as a Sergeant with the North Nova Scotia Highlanders during World War II.

Partner Leith Beck, b. March 30, 1915 in Abney, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Henry Beck and Mary Bull) baptized October 2, 1915, d. February 26, 2005 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

xii. Living, (details excluded).

She married John William MacSwain, b. March 26, 1916 in Greek River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Artemus MacSwain and Elizabeth MacLeod) d. August 10, 1974 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried August 13, 1974 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

John: William and Helen MacSwain resided in Fredericton, N.B.

56. Bessie Anne Reynolds, b. August 1, 1890 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 26, 1890 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married James Canfield.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

57. Lulu Agnes Reynolds, b. December 5, 1892 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized August 26, 1894, d. August 1978 in Hyannis, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

She married William Arthur Dunsford.

Children:

i. William Arthur Dunsford, b. February 4, 1914, d. January 30, 1993 in Belfast, Maine, U.S.A.

He married Ella (unknown).

ii. Clarence Dunsford.

He married Alice Foster.

iii. George Charles Dunsford, b. January 10, 1919, d. September 5, 1992 in Chelsea, Maine, U.S.A.

He married (1) Janice May Googins.

He married (2) Mary Sue McIntosh, married December 31, 1978 in Maine, U.S.A., b. in Washington, Maine, U.S.A.

iv. Ralph John Dunsford.

He married Barbara Titus.

v. Lulu Dunsford.

vi. Raymond Dunsford.

vii. Warren Dunsford.

58. Annie Milinda Reynolds, b. December 14, 1879 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 27, 1887 at Murray Harbour South Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 138).

She married George Hogg, married June 9, 1897 in New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, b. circa 1862 in New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, (son of Robert Hogg and Jane (unknown)).

Children:

i. (son) Hogg, d. in early life.

ii. (son) Hogg, d. in early life.

59. Elwood Ames Reynolds, b. April 6, 1882 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 27, 1887 at Murray Harbour South Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 139).

He married Christena MacKay, b. October 2, 1893 in Glen William, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Duncan MacKay and Christena MacPherson) d. October 22, 1983 in Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried October 24, 1983 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Georgina Reynolds, b. June 12, 1915 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. June 19, 1915 in Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Old Murray Harbour North Community Cemetery, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 140).

60. Ernest Leith Reynolds, b. July 25, 1888 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized December 20, 1888 at Murray Harbour North Presbyterian Church, Murray Harbour North, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 141) d. April 1, 1951 in New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, buried April 4, 1951 in New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia.

He married (1) Annie Mae MacLean, married March 5, 1911 in Stellarton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, b. October 31, 1890 in Stellarton, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, (daughter of Neil MacLean) d. March 30, 1913 in New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia, buried March 31, 1913 in Riverside Cemetery, New Glasgow, Pictou County, Nova Scotia.

Children:

i. Ralph Reynolds, b. June 15, 1910, d. circa 1981.

He married Elizabeth "Betty" (unknown).

He married (2) Adella Musick.

61. Chester Fales Reynolds, b. March 4, 1893 in Cambridge, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized October 8, 1893, d. November 28, 1955 in Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., buried November 30, 1955 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Ruth Julia MacDonald, married August 8, 1916, b. December 15, 1898 in Peter's Road, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of David (Glenholm) MacDonald and Christena MacLean) baptized July 14, 1898 at Peter's Road Presbyterian Church, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I., d. February 8, 1981 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried February 11, 1981 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Minetta Margaret Reynolds, b. November 14, 1916, d. October 2, 1994 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried October 4, 1994 in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I.

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

She married (2) David Daniel Birt, married December 19, 1959, b. July 30, 1904 in Pisquid, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of David Birt and Margaret Nicholson) d. March 20, 1977 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried March 23, 1977 in St. John's United Church Cemetery, Mount Stewart, Queens County, P.E.I.

Partner Alfred Milton Richards, b. July 15, 1916, (son of Benjamin Richards and Laura Higginbotham) d. February 26, 1984 in Sackville, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, buried February 28, 1984 in Bayfield Cemetery, Bayfield, Westmorland County, New Brunswick.

She married (4) James MacLennan, married July 31, 1985.

ii. Raymond MacDonald Reynolds, b. March 17, 1918 in Prince Edward Island, d. September 28, 1944 in Italy, buried in Cesena War Cemetery, Province of Forli, Italy.

Roy MacDonald Reynolds was a Corporal (F 60068) with the Cape Breton Highlanders (Royal Canadian Infantry Corps) during World War II and was killed-in-action in Italy.

He married Violet Reid, b. April 1914 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Stephen G. Reid and Damaris W. Bishop) d. circa 1986.

iii. Clarence Crandell Reynolds, b. July 11, 1919 in Murray Harbour North, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. September 25, 1973 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried September 27, 1973 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Living, (details excluded).

62. Freeman Edgar Reynolds, b. April 24, 1883 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 28, 1884, d. February 23, 1965, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married (1) Christena "Tene" MacDonald, b. August 3, 1886 in Caledonia, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of John MacDonald and Catherine Montgomery) d. July 17, 1935 in Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Katherine M. Reynolds, b. August 15, 1913, d. August 16, 1913, buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

ii. Lowell Reynolds.

He married Janet MacLeod, b. circa 1914, (daughter of John MacLeod) d. November 4, 1995, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. John Reynolds.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

v. Edgar Reynolds.

He married (2) Ethel Mae Harty-Rath, married circa 1939, b. March 1901, d. April 3, 1992 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried April 6, 1992 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

63. William Ernest "Will" Reynolds, b. March 8, 1886 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 5, 1886, d. April 27, 1923, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Mary Isabelle "Belle" MacDonald, married March 5, 1910, b. circa 1890, (daughter of John MacDonald and Catherine Montgomery) d. circa 1981, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

He married Laura (unknown).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Buella (unknown).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

She married Melvin Dobson.

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married Robert Simpson.

v. Joyce A. Reynolds.

He married Francis Shae.

64. Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Reynolds, b. December 25, 1888 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized July 20, 1891, d. October 30, 1904 in Gladstone, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married John Bears Sanders, married circa 1905, b. January 24, 1882 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of John Sanders and Mary Bears) baptized February 7, 1882, d. May 23, 1959 in Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Alexander Carleton Saunders, b. May 31, 1906, d. June 30, 1997.

He married Lillian Francis Moran, b. September 27, 1905.

ii. James Alfred Sanders, b. January 9, 1908 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. December 2, 1988 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Lottie Jeanette Gosbee, married December 24, 1942, b. November 2, 1923 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Alexander Gosbee and Catherine MacLean) d. April 10, 1990 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried April 12, 1990 in Murray River Community Cemetery, Murray River, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Freeman William Saunders, b. October 9, 1909 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 16, 2005.

He married Living, (details excluded).

65. Marshall Carleton Reynolds, b. June 4, 1894 in Milltown Cross, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized November 14, 1894, d. April 18, 1980 at Riverview Manor, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried April 21, 1980 in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

Marshall Carleton Reynolds was a life-long resident of Montague and took an active part in the life of the community, being at one time fire chief, then local school board trustee, a member of the town council for several years and mayor in the late 1940's. He was a member of the IOOF and the Masonic Lodges. A veteran of the Second World War. he served with the Royal Canadian Air Force in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. He was survived by ten grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.

.

He married (1) Barbara Evelyn Martin, married October 12, 1915, b. February 12, 1891 in Glen Martin, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Laughlin Martin and Elizabeth Bruce) d. February 15, 1952 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried February 16, 1952 in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Sybil Reynolds, b. in Kings County, Prince Edward Island.

She married Lionel F. Strong, d. September 24, 1986 in Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, buried in Fair Haven Memorial Gardens, Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick.

ii. Freeman Alexander "Sandy" Reynolds, b. January 19, 1922 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. April 14, 1953 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

iii. Glen Martin Reynolds, b. December 4, 1925 in Montague, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, baptized May 2, 1942, d. June 2, 2004 in Ottawa, Carleton County, Pntario.

He married (1) Ruth (unknown).

He married (2) Hilde (unknown).

iv. Living, (details excluded).

She married Frank Harris.

He married (2) Christena MacKay, b. October 2, 1893 in Glen William, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Duncan MacKay and Christena MacPherson) d. October 22, 1983 in Lower Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried October 24, 1983 in Peter's Road Community Cemetery, Peter's Road, Kings County, P.E.I.

66. John Alonzo "Lon" Reynolds, b. January 7, 1897 in Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. July 6, 1928 in Ontario, buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Catherine "Cassie" MacKinnon, married November 15, 1922 at Valleyfield Presbyterian Church, Valleyfield, Kings County, P.E.I., (see note 142) b. July 6, 1900 in Glen Martin, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (daughter of Murdock MacKinnon and Sarah MacDonald) d. May 11, 1999 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried May 14, 1999 in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married George James Reynolds, b. June 14, 1920 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Benjamin Alfred David "Benny" Reynolds and Catherine Ella "Katie" Clow) d. August 19, 1978 in Charlottetown, Queens County, P.E.I., buried in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

George: George J. Reynolds served as a Private with the North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment.

67. Lillian Jane Reynolds, b. October 4, 1902 in Murray River, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. May 28, 1984 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried May 30, 1984 in Valleyfield United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Valleyfield, Queens County, P.E.I.

She married Murdock Buchanan, married April 4, 1922, b. March 6, 1894 in Ocesanview, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Donald Buchanan and Catherine Gordon) baptized August 1897, d. September 18, 1991, buried September 20, 1991 in Valleyfield United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Valleyfield, Queens County, P.E.I,.

Children:

i. Gordon Reynolds Buchanan, b. January 4, 1923 in Heatherdale, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. October 18, 1981 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried October 21, 1981 in Valleyfield United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Valleyfield, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Living, (details excluded).

ii. Living, (details excluded).

She married (1) Albert Thickett.

She married (2) Roderick "Rod" Dobson.

iii. John Alonzo Buchanan, b. January 21, 1930 in Heatherdale, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. July 12, 2007 at his late residence at Head of Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried July 15, 2007 in Valleyfield United (Presbyterian) Church Cemetery, Valleyfield, Kings County, P.E.I.

He married Living, (details excluded).

iv. Living, (details excluded).

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

He married (2) Mary (unknown).

v. Living, (details excluded).

She married Living, (details excluded).

68. Doris Althea Reynolds, b. circa 1918 in Murray Harbour South, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, d. April 2, 2007 at Dr. John Gillis Memorial Lodge, Eldon, Queens County, P.E.I., buried April 5, 2007 in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

She married Lester Brehaut White, b. May 18, 1916 in Beach Point, Kings County, Prince Edward Island, (son of Silas White and Minnie Beck) d. August 14, 2005 in Montague, Kings County, P.E.I., buried August 17, 2005 in Montague Community Park Cemetery, Montague, Kings County, P.E.I.

Children:

i. Living, (details excluded).

She married (1) James Andrews.

She married (2) Walter Bayger.

She married (3) Brian MacAskill.

ii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).

iii. Living, (details excluded).

He married Living, (details excluded).


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