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Generation No. 1

 

1. WILLIAM1 MITCHELL  ( * Notes )was born 1805 in Ireland, and died 24 September 1889. He married JANE WILSON ( * Notes ). She was born in Ireland.

 

Children of WILLIAM MITCHELL and JANE WILSON are:

i. LETITIA2 MITCHELL.

ii. JANE MITCHELL, b. 1837, Ireland.  ( * Notes )

iii. GEORGE MITCHELL(* Notes ) , b. 10 July 1840, Ireland; m. JANE WILSON {* Notes ); b. 8 February 1843, Ireland; d. 14 February 1907. 

2. iv. JOHN MITCHELL, b. 15 October 1841, Ireland; d. 18 March 1917.

3. v. ISABELLA MITCHELL, b. 20 May 1843, Ireland; d. 1917.

4. vi. MATILDA MITCHELL, b. 18 November 1846, Ireland.

vii. LETITIA MITCHELL ( * Notes ), b. 22 October 1848; m. MICHAEL LAW, 25 April 1871.

More About MICHAEL LAW and LETITIA MITCHELL:

Marriage: 25 April 1871

5. viii. WILLIAM MITCHELL, b. 22 April 1851, NB.

6. ix. JANE MITCHELL, b. 10 May 1853.

7. x. ELIZABETH MITCHELL, b. 27 April 1855.

8. xi. ROBERT WARREN MITCHELL, b. 5 April 1859; d. 16 June 1913.

9. xii. JAMES H. MITCHELL, b. April 1860; d. 20 November 1935.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. JOHN2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1) ( * Note ) was born 15 October 1841 in Ireland, and died 18 March 1917. He married MARY EVELINE JOHNSTON  ( * Note ) 25 December 1871. She was born 1851, and died 7 August 1883.

More About JOHN MITCHELL and MARY JOHNSTON:

Marriage: 25 December 1871

 

Children of JOHN MITCHELL and MARY JOHNSTON are:

10. i. SARAH JANE3 MITCHELL, b. 3 January 1873.

ii. MARY EVELINE MITCHELL ( * Notes ), b. 6 November 1874; d. 6 September 1948.

iii. JOHN FREDERICK MITCHELL ( * Notes ), , b. 3 February 1877; d. May 1878.

11. iv. MARGARET LETITIA MAY MITCHELL, b. 18 December 1878; d. 2 July 1939.

12. v. WILLIAM BENJAMIN MITCHELL, b. 16 January 1881; d. 18 November 1935.

13. vi. JOSEPHINE HELENA MITCHELL, b. 31 January 1883; d. 13 October 1947.

 

3. ISABELLA2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1) (*Notes ) was born 20 May 1843 in Ireland, and died 1917. She married GEORGE MILLS CORBETT  ( * Notes ) 19 July 1870 in Queens County. He was born 9 January 1835, and died 1919.

More About GEORGE CORBETT and ISABELLA MITCHELL:

Marriage: 19 July 1870, Queens County

 

Children of ISABELLA MITCHELL and GEORGE CORBETT are:

i. JANE ELIZABETH3 CORBETT ( * Notes ) , b. 4 September 1871; m. CHARLES R. MCKEE, 9 June 1897; b. 1864.

More About CHARLES MCKEE and JANE CORBETT:

Marriage: 9 June 1897

ii. WILLIAM BURNHAM CORBETT ( * Notes ), b. 16 August 1873; m. MAMIE DALEY.

14. iii. MARGARET LETITIA HELEN CORBETT, b. 26 July 1875; d. 30 January 1944.

15. iv. GEORGE SAMUEL CORBETT, b. 18 February 1877; d. 1956.

16. v. ANNIE ISABELLA CORBETT, b. 14 September 1878.

17. vi. MARIE MATILDA CORBETT, b. 13 November 1881.

vii. JAMES ROBERT CORBETT ( * Notes ), b. 4 March 1888; d. 29 December 1888.

viii. WALTER CORBETT,( * Notes ) b. 26 January 1891.

 

4. MATILDA2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1) ( *Notes ) was born 18 November 1846 in Ireland. She married EDWARD ROLSTON. (* Notes )

Children of MATILDA MITCHELL and EDWARD ROLSTON are:

18. i. MABEL3 ROLSTON.

ii. LETITIA ROLSTON - Letitia lived in West Roxbury, Mass., USA.

iii. BESSIE ROLSTON.  -     Bessie lived in West Roxbury, Mass., USA.

iv. HELEN ROLSTON.   -   Helen lived in West Roxbury, Mass., USA.

19. v. RUBERTA ROLSTON.

vi. ALFRED LEBARON ROLSTON, b. 14 November 1867.  ; Baptised July 8, 1868; Alfred LeBaron, son of Edward and Matilda Rolston; Edwards' occupation: Farmer; Brokeneck (Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives: )

20. vii. SUSANNA JANE ROLSTON, b. 15 July 1869.

viii. ELIZABETH H. MATILDA ROLSTON, b. 16 November 1873.

5. WILLIAM2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1)  ( *Notes )was born 22 April 1851 in NB. He married HELEN SIGNORA. ( * Notes )She was born 1862, and died 6 February 1946.

Children of WILLIAM MITCHELL and HELEN SIGNORA are:

i. FRANK3 MITCHELL.

ii. HELEN MITCHELL.

iii. MURRAY MITCHELL.

iv. GEORGIE ANN MITCHELL.

 

6. JANE2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1) (* Notes ) was born 10 May 1853. She married STEWART LAW  ( * Notes ) 4 October 1875. He was born 1856 in Ireland.

More About STEWART LAW and JANE MITCHELL:

Marriage: 4 October 1875

 

Children of JANE MITCHELL and STEWART LAW are:

i. WILLIAM JAMES STEWART3 LAW,  ( * Notes )b. 29 March 1880; d. 1960; m. MARION FROST.

21. ii. BESSIE MYRTLE JANE LAW, b. 6 February 1884; d. 8 October 1971.

 

7. ELIZABETH2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1)  ( *Notes ) was born 27 April 1855. She married JOHN KIDNEY.

John and Elizabeth lived in Woodstock, NB.

Child of ELIZABETH MITCHELL and JOHN KIDNEY is:

i. WALTER3 MITCHELL.

 

8. ROBERT WARREN2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 5 April 1859, and died 16 June 1913. He married MARGARET ANN LAW ( * Notes ) 5 November 1878. She was born 24 June 1853, and died 28 January 1932.

More About ROBERT MITCHELL and MARGARET LAW:

Marriage: 5 November 1878

 

Children of ROBERT MITCHELL and MARGARET LAW are:

22. i. LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL, b. 24 January 1880.

23. ii. MABEL MINA MITCHELL, b. 15 October 1882; d. 1957.

24. iii. THOMAS WILLIAM MITCHELL, b. 15 January 1885; d. 9 January 1966.

25. iv. MARGARET ANN MITCHELL, b. 10 July 1887; d. 14 December 1944.

26. v. JAMES STANLEY MITCHELL, b. 24 June 1888; d. 22 May 1970.

vi. ROBERT WARREN MITCHELL ( * Notes ) , b. 15 January 1890; d. 1892.

vii. MYRTLE ISABELLA MITCHELL, ( * Notes ) b. 11 July 1892; m. ARTHUR LESLIE WHITE, 26 April 1916; b. 1886.

More About ARTHUR WHITE and MYRTLE MITCHELL:

Marriage: 26 April 1916

27. viii. GEORGE BELLMORE MITCHELL, b. 1 April 1894; d. 18 January 1968.

28. ix. JOHN ALEXANDER MITCHELL, b. 6 April 1896; d. 3 November 1979.

29. x. FREDERICK MELBOURNE MITCHELL, b. 30 December 1898; d. 29 January 1981.

 

9. JAMES H.2 MITCHELL (WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born April 1860, and died 20 November 1935. He married MAUD ELIZABETH MCCULLUM ( * Notes27 October 1896 in St. John County, daughter of SAMUEL MCCULLUM and MARY SHIELDS. She was born 25 June 1875, and died 10 July 1958.

More About JAMES MITCHELL and MAUD MCCULLUM:

Marriage: 27 October 1896, St. John County

 

Children of JAMES MITCHELL and MAUD MCCULLUM are:

i. MARY JANE LUCINDA3 MITCHELL ( *Notes ), b. 10 September 1897; d. 23 March 1984; m. HARRY M. KERR ( * Notes ), 1 June 1927, Queens County; b. 13 September 1898; d. 1970.

More About HARRY KERR and MARY MITCHELL:

Marriage: 1 June 1927, Queens County

ii. SAMUEL WILLIAM ERNEST MITCHELL ( * Notes ), b. 5 December 1899; d. 29 February 1960.

30. iii. AGNES PEARL MITCHELL, b. 3 August 1902; d. 16 August 1982.

31. iv. HARRY JAMES MITCHELL, b. 22 July 1905; d. 20 July 1989.

32. v. OLIVE BLANCHE MITCHELL, b. 23 August 1907; d. 1999.

 

Generation No. 3

 

10. SARAH JANE3 MITCHELL (JOHN2, WILLIAM1(  *Notes )was born 3 January 1873. She married ANDREW APPLEBY.

Andrew and Sarah lived in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA.

Children of SARAH MITCHELL and ANDREW APPLEBY are:

i. FLORENCE4 APPLEBY.

ii. JENNY APPLEBY, m. JAMES SHAW.

33. iii. DOROTHY APPLEBY.

iv. HOWARD APPLEBY.

v. ETTA APPLEBY.

vi. HARRY APPLEBY.

vii. SANFORD APPLEBY.

viii. KENNETH APPLEBY.

ix. STANLEY APPLEBY.

 

11. MARGARET LETITIA MAY3 MITCHELL (JOHN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 18 December 1878, and died 2 July 1939. She married JOHN F. QUIGLEY (* Notes ). He was born 1876, and died 30 January 1948.

Children of MARGARET MITCHELL and JOHN QUIGLEY are:

34. i. FRANK W.4 QUIGLEY, d. 20 January 1985.

ii. DELLA QUIGLEY, m. ALFRED PALEY.

iii. JOHN F. QUIGLEY, ( * Notes ) d. 11 June 1977.

iv. HARRY QUIGLEY.

v. VIOLET QUIGLEY, m. ERNEST BARTON.

vi. MARION QUIGLEY, m. ALBERT BRANNAN.

vii. NELLIE QUIGLEY, m. JAMES NICE.

viii. WILLIAM W. QUIGLEY.

ix. CHARLES K. QUIGLEY.

x. C. RAYMOND QUIGLEY, ( *Notes )d. 21 February 1989.

 

12. WILLIAM BENJAMIN3 MITCHELL (JOHN2, WILLIAM1) (  *Notes )was born 16 January 1881, and died 18 November 1935. He married STELLA MAY DRUMMOND, daughter of ROBERT DRUMMOND and IDA NEALY. She was born 1897, and died 1 December 1991.

Children of WILLIAM MITCHELL and STELLA DRUMMOND are:

35. i. MARY EDNA4 MITCHELL, b. 13 April 1914.

36. ii. BERTHA MAY MITCHELL, b. 1 September 1918.

iii. JOHN BENJAMIN MITCHELL, ( * Notes ) b. 29 June 1920; d. 28 April 1977.

37. iv. LENA MILDRED MITCHELL, b. 14 December 1922.

38. v. ALLAN ROBERT MITCHELL, b. April 1927.

 

13. JOSEPHINE HELENA3 MITCHELL (JOHN2, WILLIAM1)  (* Notes ) was born 31 January 1883, and died 13 October 1947. She married JOHN STANLEY MALLERY  ( *Notes )10 July 1907 in Saint John County, son of ANDREW MALLORY and MARGARET WILSON. He was born 1878, and died 1943.

More About JOHN MALLERY and JOSEPHINE MITCHELL:

Marriage: 10 July 1907, Saint John County

 

Children of JOSEPHINE MITCHELL and JOHN MALLERY are:

i. FRANCIS GILBERT4 MALLERY, d. 15 August 1983.

39. ii. MURRAY WILLIAM MALLERY, d. 8 July 1972.

iii. HAZEL MARY MALLERY, ( * Notes ) d. 16 December 1990; m. WALTER HAVELOCK LIVINGSTONE. ( * Notes )

iv. LLOYD MALLERY, ( *Note ) d. 16 September 1987; m. THELMA JEWETT.

40. v. RAYMOND MALLERY, b. 2 January 1930.

 

14. MARGARET LETITIA HELEN3 CORBETT (ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 26 July 1875, and died 30 January 1944. She married JOHN BROWN REID 24 June 1903 in Queens County. He was born 1864, and died 1932.

Notes for JOHN BROWN REID:

Headstone information, Headline Cemetery, Queens County, NB:

REID

John B. Reid

1864-1932

His wife Letitia

1875-1944

More About JOHN REID and MARGARET CORBETT:

Marriage: 24 June 1903, Queens County

 

Children of MARGARET CORBETT and JOHN REID are:

i. MANFORD4 REID.

41. ii. GEORGE REID, d. 22 August 1984.

iii. MARJORIE REID, m. CARL MARAK.   Carl and Marjorie lived in Bondville, Vermont, USA.

iv. EDNA MARIE REID, ( *Notes )b. 10 January 1915; m. JOHN DONALD JOYNES, 1942.

More About JOHN JOYNES and EDNA REID:

Marriage: 1942      John and Edna lived in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA.

 

15. GEORGE SAMUEL3 CORBETT (ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1)  ( * Notes ) was born 18 February 1877, and died 1956. He married FLORENCE ELLEN DAY ( * Notes ) 16 July 1909, daughter of JOHN DAY and MARGARET. She was born 1896, and died 13 October 1979.

More About GEORGE CORBETT and FLORENCE DAY:

Marriage: 16 July 1909

 

Children of GEORGE CORBETT and FLORENCE DAY are:

i. EDNA ISABEL4 CORBETT, ( * Notes ) d. 19 September 1981; m. BYRON C. WILE. Byron and Edna lived in Fredericton, NB.

ii. JOHN D. CORBETT.

42. iii. EDITH CORBETT, b. 17 August 1983.

 

16. ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT (ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 14 September 1878. She married GEORGE HERBERT ALLINGHAM  ( *Notes )24 December 1902, son of GEORGE ALLINGHAM and LETITIA LAW. He was born 1 September 1878.

More About GEORGE ALLINGHAM and ANNIE CORBETT:

Marriage: 24 December 1902

 

Children of ANNIE CORBETT and GEORGE ALLINGHAM are:

43. i. DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, d. 20 April 1975.

ii. BRUCE ALLINGHAM.    Bruce lived in North Bay, Ontario.

 

17. MARIE MATILDA3 CORBETT (ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) was born 13 November 1881. She married CHARLES OLSEN. ( * Notes )

Child of MARIE CORBETT and CHARLES OLSEN is:

i. GEORGE4 OLSENGeorge died at the age of sixteen years.

 

18. MABEL3 ROLSTON (MATILDA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married ERNEST NELSON.

 

Ernest and Mabel lived in West Roxbury, Mass., USA.

Child of MABEL ROLSTON and ERNEST NELSON is:

i. RUBERTA4 NELSON, d. 4 February 1985.

 

19. RUBERTA3 ROLSTON (MATILDA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married ARTHUR FARNHAM.

Children of RUBERTA ROLSTON and ARTHUR FARNHAM are:

i. PHILIP4 FARNHAM.

ii. ARTHUR FARNHAM.

 

20. SUSANNA JANE3 ROLSTON (MATILDA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes )was born 15 July 1869. She married ALEX MOORE 14 December 1891 in St. John County, son of ABRAHAM MOORE and CATHERINE. He was born 1868.

More About ALEX MOORE and SUSANNA ROLSTON:

Marriage: 14 December 1891, St. John County

 

Children of SUSANNA ROLSTON and ALEX MOORE are:

i. CLAYTON4 MOORE.

ii. GEORGE MOORE.

iii. HAROLD MOORE.

iv. VERA MOORE, m. THEODORE LENZ, 4 August 1915.

More About THEODORE LENZ and VERA MOORE:

Marriage: 4 August 1915

 

21. BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW (JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1)   ( * Notes ) was born 6 February 1884, and died 8 October 1971. She married JOHN HERBERT MCKINNEY ( * Notes11 November 1903 in Queens County, son of ALEXANDER MCKINNEY and MARGARET SHIELDS. He was born 1882, and died 31 October 1976.

Marriage Notes for BESSIE LAW and JOHN MCKINNEY:

Microfilm F15907, Item # 2491at the New Brunswick Archives:

Bessie Law married Herbert McKinney in Queens County on November 11, 1903.

More About JOHN MCKINNEY and BESSIE LAW:

Marriage: 11 November 1903, Queens County

 

Children of BESSIE LAW and JOHN MCKINNEY are:

44. i. EDGAR4 MCKINNEY.

45. ii. LLOYD STEWART MCKINNEY, d. 1 May 1987.

46. iii. NELLIE MCKINNEY.

47. iv. NORA JANE MCKINNEY.

48. v. J. GORDON MCKINNEY, d. 11 January 1999.

49. vi. MARY ISABELL MCKINNEY.

 

22. LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1)  ( * Notes ) was born 24 January 1880. She married FREDERICK CLARENCE DAVIS 28 September 1904, son of GEORGE DAVIS and MARGARET. He was born 1876.

More About FREDERICK DAVIS and LETITIA MITCHELL:

Marriage: 28 September 1904

 

Children of LETITIA MITCHELL and FREDERICK DAVIS are:

50. i. WARREN4 DAVIS.

51. ii. MAY DAVIS.

52. iii. ROBERT DAVIS.

iv. DOROTHY DAVIS.

 

23. MABEL MINA3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) (  *Notes ) was born 15 October 1882, and died 1957. She married VERNON MCCUMBER  ( * Notes ) 29 June 1910 in Queens County. He died 22 May 1957.

More About VERNON MCCUMBER and MABEL MITCHELL:

Marriage: 29 June 1910, Queens County

Children of MABEL MITCHELL and VERNON MCCUMBER are:

53. i. HAZEL4 MCCUMBER.

54. ii. LINDA MCCUMBER.

iii. JOHN MCCUMBER.

55. iv. ALVA MCCUMBER.

 

24. THOMAS WILLIAM3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 15 January 1885, and died 9 January 1966. He married JESSIE MAY DUFF ( * Notes )27 November 1912, daughter of JOHN DUFF and MARY ANN. She died 28 July 1977.

More About THOMAS MITCHELL and JESSIE DUFF:

Marriage: 27 November 1912

 

Child of THOMAS MITCHELL and JESSIE DUFF is:

56. i. EILEEN4 MITCHELL.

 

25. MARGARET ANN3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) ( * More  Notes ) was born 10 July 1887, and died 14 December 1944. She married (1) FREDERICK STEWART REID ( * More Notes )27 June 1906, son of THOMAS REID and MARY ANN. He was born 1879, and died 7 December 1908. She married (2) WILLIAM BENEDICT LYON ( * Notes ) 31 December 1913, son of PHILO LYON and ELIZABETH PENDER. He was born 1871, and died 22 January 1955.

 

Marriage Notes for MARGARET MITCHELL and FREDERICK REID:

Annie married Frederick Stewart Reid in 1906.

Microfilm F15923, # 2861- New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages, Queens County:

Bridegroom - Frederick Stewart Reid; Age 26; Residence - Summer Hill, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Summer Hill; Bachelor; Farmer; Presbyterian; Parents - Thomas and Mary Ann Reid

Bride - Annie M. Mitchell; Age 19; Residence - Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner; Spinster; Church of England; Parents - Robert and Margaret Ann Mitchell; Witnesses - Mabel Mitchell, Saint John, NB and Annie Shaw, Saint John, NB; Date of Marriage - June 27, 1906; Clergy - S. Howard, 23 High Street, Saint John, NB.

Frederick Stewart Reid died in 1908.

More About FREDERICK REID and MARGARET MITCHELL:

Marriage: 27 June 1906

Marriage Notes for MARGARET MITCHELL and WILLIAM LYON:

Microfilm F15953, #2554 - New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages

Bridegroom - William Benedict Lyon; Age 42; Residence - Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner; Widower; Farmer; Parents - Philo and Elizabeth Lyon

Bride - Mrs. Annie M. Reid; Age 27; Residence - Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner; Widow; Methodist; Parents - Robert Warren and Margaret Mitchell; Witnesses - Sterling Anderson and Addie P. Lyon; Date of Marriage - December 31, 1913; Place of Marriage - Methodist Parsonage, Welsford, Queens County, NB; Clergy - John Spicer Gregg B. A.

Newspaper Item, Dec. 14, 1944:

Mrs. B. Lyon

Armstrong's Corner

The death of Mrs. B. Lyon occurred suddenly at her home here. She was the former Annie Mitchell, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mitchell and was 58 years old. Besides her husband, she is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Nickerson and Gladys Lyon of Saint John; Mrs. Franklin Coleman, Lexington, Mass.; Grace Lyon, East Lynn, Mass.; and Hazel Lyon, Wirral, N. B.; one sister, Mrs. Vernon McCumber, Saint John; five brothers, James Mitchell, Armstrong's Corner; Thomas, George and Fred, Saint John; and John Mitchell of Alberta. Also two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held from her residence with service conducted by Rev. Mr. Carew, pastor of the United Church. Four brothers, Thomas, James, George and Fred Mitchell, and two nephews Everett Mitchell and Robert David acted as pallbearers. Interment was in the family lot in the Lyon Cemetery.

Newspaper Items, January, 1955:

LYON - At his residence, Ketepec, Saint John County, on Jan. 22, 1955, William B. Lyon, formerly of Armstrong's Corner, survived by five daughters, four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

William B. Lyon, 84, Passes At Ketepec - William Benedict Lyon died at his residence, Ketepec, Saturday. He was 84. Born at Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, a son of the late Philo S. and Elizabeth (Pender) Lyon, he farmed there until 1953 when his farm was expropriated to make way for Camp Gagetown. He was the last member of his family. Mr. Lyon was of United Empire Loyalist descent and the homestead of Armstrong's Corner was part of the original grant to the Lyon family in 1816. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Franklin Coleman, Wayland, Mass.; Grace B., Lynn, Mass.; Hazel A., Wirral; Gladys B., at home; and Mrs. Lloyd Nickerson, Queenstown; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The body is resting at Brennan's Funeral Home, Saint John, from where the funeral will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Interment will be in Lyon Cemetery, Armstrong's Corner.

More About WILLIAM LYON and MARGARET MITCHELL:

Marriage: 31 December 1913

 

Child of MARGARET MITCHELL and WILLIAM LYON is:

57. i. ETHEL MARGARET4 LYON, b. 16 December 1916; d. 24 August 1985.

 

26. JAMES STANLEY3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 24 June 1888, and died 22 May 1970. He married ANNIE LINDSAY ( * Notes ) 1915. She died 2 January 1977.

More About JAMES MITCHELL and ANNIE LINDSAY:

Marriage: 1915

 

Children of JAMES MITCHELL and ANNIE LINDSAY are:

i. H. EVERETT W.4 MITCHELL, d. 11 November 1991.

Notes for H. EVERETT W. MITCHELL:

Newspaper Item, November, 1991:

MITCHELL - At his residence, November 11, 1991, H. Everett W. Mitchell, of Passekeag, Kings County. Survived by one sister Eva Mitchell of Passekeag, two aunts and several cousins. Resting at Reid's Funeral Home, 343 Main Street, Hampton. The funeral will be held Thursday at Reid's Funeral Home Chapel with service at 2 p. m. Interment in Hampton Rural Cemetery.

ii. EVA MITCHELL.

 

27. GEORGE BELLMORE3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1)  ( * Notes ) was born 1 April 1894, and died 18 January 1968. He married ETHEL SPARKES  ( * Notes  ) 24 November 1915. She died 18 April 1987.

More About GEORGE MITCHELL and ETHEL SPARKES:

Marriage: 24 November 1915

 

Child of GEORGE MITCHELL and ETHEL SPARKES is:

58. i. AUDREY4 MITCHELL.

 

28. JOHN ALEXANDER3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1)  ( * Notes ) was born 6 April 1896, and died 3 November 1979. He married (1) BEATRICE CLARKE. (*  Notes ) She died 21 June 1985. He married (2) HILDA MOON 1925. She was born 8 March 1900, and died June 1960. Hilda was born in Orillia, Ontario.

More About JOHN MITCHELL and HILDA MOON:

Marriage: 1925

 

Children of JOHN MITCHELL and HILDA MOON are:

59. i. ROBERT WARREN4 MITCHELL, b. 2 March 1926.

ii. DONALD ROSS MITCHELL, b. 2 September 1928; d. 1962.

60. iii. JOHN FREDERICK MITCHELL, b. 2 April 1930; d. 21 October 1989.

61. iv. DOROTHY MITCHELL, b. 5 December 1932.

62. v. JOYCE MITCHELL, b. 1 July 1942.

 

29. FREDERICK MELBOURNE3 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 30 December 1898, and died 29 January 1981. He married DORIS MAY QUEEN.( * Notes ) She died 18 March 1976.

Children of FREDERICK MITCHELL and DORIS QUEEN are:

63. i. MALCOLM4 MITCHELL.

64. ii. MARIE D. MITCHELL, d. 1981.

65. iii. FAYE MITCHELL.

 

30. AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL (JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 3 August 1902, and died 16 August 1982. She married EVERETT W. GRAHAM ( * Notes ) 1 June 1927, son of LEIPER GRAHAM and ALBINA. He was born 1 August 1896, and died 4 June 1977.

More About EVERETT GRAHAM and AGNES MITCHELL:

Marriage: 1 June 1927

 

Children of AGNES MITCHELL and EVERETT GRAHAM are:

66. i. OLIVE4 GRAHAM.

67. ii. LUCY GRAHAM.

68. iii. HELEN GRAHAM.

69. iv. ELDON JAMES GRAHAM.

70. v. BLANCHE GRAHAM.

71. vi. JESSIE GRAHAM.

 

31. HARRY JAMES3 MITCHELL (JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 22 July 1905, and died 20 July 1989. He married SARAH LILLIE MCKAY ( * Notes ) 6 September 1933, daughter of ROBERT MCKAY and ELIZABETH ROBINSON. She was born 1 January 1913, and died 2000.

More About HARRY MITCHELL and SARAH MCKAY:

Marriage: 6 September 1933

 

Children of HARRY MITCHELL and SARAH MCKAY are:

72. i. MAUDIE ELIZABETH4 MITCHELL.

73. ii. RUBY LUCINDA MITCHELL.

 

32. OLIVE BLANCHE3 MITCHELL (JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1)  ( * Notes ) was born 23 August 1907, and died 1999. She married WALTER BANIFORD KERR  ( * Notes ) 1 October 1930, son of BANIFORD KERR and CATHERINE MCKINNEY. He was born 4 September 1905, and died 26 October 1983.

More About WALTER KERR and OLIVE MITCHELL:

Marriage: 1 October 1930

 

Children of OLIVE MITCHELL and WALTER KERR are:

i. RALPH4 KERR.

74. ii. ALICE B. KERR.

75. iii. RAYMOND W. KERR.

 

Generation No. 4

 

33. DOROTHY4 APPLEBY (SARAH JANE3 MITCHELL, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) She married GEORGE MOREY.

Child of DOROTHY APPLEBY and GEORGE MOREY is:

i. GEORGE5 MOREY.

 

34. FRANK W.4 QUIGLEY (MARGARET LETITIA MAY3 MITCHELL, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) ( *Notes )died 20 January 1985. He married GRACE D. PORTER. ( * Notes ) She died 30 November 1988.

Child of FRANK QUIGLEY and GRACE PORTER is:

i. JOAN ALMA5 QUIGLEY, m. ROBERT GARVEN.

 

35. MARY EDNA4 MITCHELL (WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) ( *Notes ) was born 13 April 1914. She married WILLIAM MACFARLANE. ( *Notes ) He died 3 June 1977.

Children of MARY MITCHELL and WILLIAM MACFARLANE are:

i. ALEX5 MACFARLANE.

76. ii. EDITH MACFARLANE.

 

36. BERTHA MAY4 MITCHELL (WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) ( *Notes ) was born 1 September 1918. She married HAROLD W. PITT ( * Notes ) 31 January 1940. He died 1 December 1968.

More About HAROLD PITT and BERTHA MITCHELL:

Marriage: 31 January 1940

 

Children of BERTHA MITCHELL and HAROLD PITT are:

77. i. HAROLD5 PITT.

78. ii. WAYNE PITT.

 

37. LENA MILDRED4 MITCHELL (WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) was born 14 December 1922. She married REUBEN SMITH.

Children of LENA MITCHELL and REUBEN SMITH are:

79. i. KENNETH5 SMITH.

80. ii. ELSIE SMITH.

 

38. ALLAN ROBERT4 MITCHELL (WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born April 1927. He married JOAN ANN DONOVAN.

Notes for ALLAN ROBERT MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Allan Robert Mitchell, son of William Benjamin and Stella May Mitchell: born April, 1927; baptised April 17, 1927.

 

Notes for JOAN ANN DONOVAN:

Joan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Donovan of Fredericton Junction, NB.

Child of ALLAN MITCHELL and JOAN DONOVAN is:

i. ROBERT BENJAMIN5 MITCHELL.

 

39. MURRAY WILLIAM4 MALLERY (JOSEPHINE HELENA3 MITCHELL, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) died 8 July 1972. He married ZELDA MAY POLLEY.

Child of MURRAY MALLERY and ZELDA POLLEY is:

i. WAYNE CLIFFORD5 MALLERY.

Notes for WAYNE CLIFFORD MALLERY:

Wayne, who lived in Saint John, was killed in a car accident.

 

40. RAYMOND4 MALLERY (JOSEPHINE HELENA3 MITCHELL, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)( * Notes ) was born 2 January 1930. He married ANNE TRABOULSEE.

Children of RAYMOND MALLERY and ANNE TRABOULSEE are:

i. PAUL5 MALLERY.

ii. JOAN MALLERY.

81. iii. JOHN MALLERY.

 

41. GEORGE4 REID (MARGARET LETITIA HELEN3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes )died 22 August 1984. He married FLORENCE MAHOOD ( * Notes ).

Children of GEORGE REID and FLORENCE MAHOOD are:

i. BARBARA5 REID.

ii. ROSE REID.

iii. PATRICIA REID.

iv. SANDRA ISABELLE REID (*  Notes ), b. 1943; d. 1954.

 

42. EDITH4 CORBETT (GEORGE SAMUEL3, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) was born 17 August 1983. She married GEORGE FOWLER.

Child of EDITH CORBETT and GEORGE FOWLER is:

i. GRACE ISABEL5 FOWLER, d. 17 August 1983.

Grace lived in Brown's Flat, NB. She was killed in a car accident.

 

43. DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM (ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) (* Notes ) died 20 April 1975. She married LEVURN J. GRAHAM. ( * Notes )  He died 20 April 1952.

Children of DELLA ALLINGHAM and LEVURN GRAHAM are:

82. i. JOYCE ISABELLE5 GRAHAM.

83. ii. RONALD GEORGE GRAHAM.

84. iii. VERNA EILEEN GRAHAM.

85. iv. BARBARA ANN GRAHAM.

 

44. EDGAR4 MCKINNEY (BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married MARGARET BOURGOIS.

Edgar and Margaret live in Madawaska, Maine, USA.

Children of EDGAR MCKINNEY and MARGARET BOURGOIS are:

86. i. WENDALL5 MCKINNEY.

87. ii. DACIA LEE MCKINNEY.

iii. RICKY MCKINNEY, m. UNKNOWN.

 

45. LLOYD STEWART4 MCKINNEY (BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes )died 1 May 1987. He married OLIVE MARY WIGGINS,( * Notes )daughter of ROBERT WIGGINS and MARY MCKAY. She died 20 July 1968.

Children of LLOYD MCKINNEY and OLIVE WIGGINS are:

88. i. ANNIE5 MCKINNEY.

89. ii. VERNA MCKINNEY.

90. iii. CLIFFORD MCKINNEY.

91. iv. ALLEN MCKINNEY.

 

46. NELLIE4 MCKINNEY (BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married (1) OTTY S. REID. She married (2) VERNON THOMAS.

Children of NELLIE MCKINNEY and OTTY REID are:

92. i. RONALD5 REID.

93. ii. NORMA REID.

iii. WILLIAM HERBERT FRANKLIN REID, ( *Notes )b. 21 March 1937; d. 15 October 1940.

 

47. NORA JANE4 MCKINNEY (BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) She married (1) JOHN FRANKLIN INCH, ( * Notes )son of JAMES INCH and PHOEBE BOYER. He died 31 October 1980. She married (2) ARTHUR MITCHELL. She married (3) GEORGE EDWARD GORHAM 19 October 1984.

More About GEORGE GORHAM and NORA MCKINNEY:

Marriage: 19 October 1984

 

Children of NORA MCKINNEY and JOHN INCH are:

i. JAMES H.5 INCH, m. MARSHA.

James and Marsha lived in Rothesay, NB and later moved to Barrie, Ontario.

94. ii. BONITA INCH.

95. iii. BARBARA M. INCH.

 

48. J. GORDON4 MCKINNEY (BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( *Notes ) died 11 January 1999. He married RACHAEL PRESTON, daughter of LEWIS J. PRESTON.

Children of J. MCKINNEY and RACHAEL PRESTON are:

96. i. FAYE5 MCKINNEY.

97. ii. JOHN MCKINNEY.

98. iii. BRIAN MCKINNEY.

99. iv. FRANK MCKINNEY.

 

49. MARY ISABELL4 MCKINNEY (BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) ( *Notes ) She married RAYMOND JONES 1950.

Raymond and Mary live in Evandale, NB

More About RAYMOND JONES and MARY MCKINNEY:

Marriage: 1950

 

Children of MARY MCKINNEY and RAYMOND JONES are:

100. i. KEVIN5 JONES.

101. ii. MARK JONES.

 

50. WARREN4 DAVIS (LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married GERTRUDE PERKINS.

Children of WARREN DAVIS and GERTRUDE PERKINS are:

i. BONNY LEE5 DAVIS.

ii. ANN DAVIS.

iii. HEATHER DAVIS.

 

51. MAY4 DAVIS (LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married ARTHUR WOOD.

Children of MAY DAVIS and ARTHUR WOOD are:

i. MARY5 WOOD, m. MAX SHAW.

ii. EVAN WOOD.

iii. HILARY WOOD.

 

52. ROBERT4 DAVIS (LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married MARJORIE YOUNG.

Children of ROBERT DAVIS and MARJORIE YOUNG are:

102. i. ROBERT JR.5 DAVIS.

103. ii. WAYNE DAVIS.

 

53. HAZEL4 MCCUMBER (MABEL MINA3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married JOE VANSTONE.

Child of HAZEL MCCUMBER and JOE VANSTONE is:

104. i. RUSSEL5 VANSTONE.

 

54. LINDA4 MCCUMBER (MABEL MINA3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married FRED WARD.

Children of LINDA MCCUMBER and FRED WARD are:

i. JENNIFER5 WARD.

ii. HEATHER WARD.

 

55. ALVA4 MCCUMBER (MABEL MINA3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married JOAN TAYLOR.

Alva McCumber was the former Alva White, the son of Arthur and Myrtle (Mitchell) White. He was adopted by Myrtle's sister and husband, Vern and Mabel (Mitchell) McCumber.

Children of ALVA MCCUMBER and JOAN TAYLOR are:

i. DAWNE5 MCCUMBER.

ii. LEE MCCUMBER.

iii. ERIC MCCUMBER.

iv. LAVONNE MCCUMBER.

v. JOHN MCCUMBER.

 

56. EILEEN4 MITCHELL (THOMAS WILLIAM3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married JAMES HEFFERMAN.

Children of EILEEN MITCHELL and JAMES HEFFERMAN are:

i. LINDA5 HEFFERMAN.

ii. BARRY HEFFERMAN.

iii. GAYLE HEFFERMAN.

 

57. ETHEL MARGARET4 LYON (MARGARET ANN3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes )was born 16 December 1916, and died 24 August 1985. She married LLOYD HAVELOCK NICKERSON ( * Notes )18 May 1940, son of HAVELOCK NICKERSON and ELIZA MCKINNEY. He was born 1917, and died 21 December 1997.

More About LLOYD NICKERSON and ETHEL LYON:

Marriage: 18 May 1940

 

Children of ETHEL LYON and LLOYD NICKERSON are:

105. i. STERLING L.5 NICKERSON.

106. ii. GERALD E. NICKERSON.

107. iii. JOAN NICKERSON.

iv. S. GREGORY NICKERSON. Gregory lives in Fredericton, NB.

v. DAVID LESLIE NICKERSON, (* Notes )b. 1945; d. October 1946.

 

58. AUDREY4 MITCHELL (GEORGE BELLMORE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married DR. F. D. WANAMAKER.

Children of AUDREY MITCHELL and F. WANAMAKER are:

108. i. JANET5 WANAMAKER.

109. ii. JEAN WANAMAKER.

110. iii. DAVID WANAMAKER.

 

59. ROBERT WARREN4 MITCHELL (JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 2 March 1926. He married GERMAINE SUMMERS.

Bob lives in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada.

Children of ROBERT MITCHELL and GERMAINE SUMMERS are:

111. i. SUZANNE5 MITCHELL.

ii. MICHAEL MITCHELL.

112. iii. BILL MITCHELL.

iv. ROY MITCHELL, m. SUSAN HARTLEY.

 

60. JOHN FREDERICK4 MITCHELL (JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 2 April 1930, and died 21 October 1989. He married DONNA FORD.

Jack lives in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada.

Children of JOHN MITCHELL and DONNA FORD are:

113. i. ERNIE5 MITCHELL.

114. ii. JEAN MITCHELL.

115. iii. HOWARD MITCHELL.

116. iv. WARREN MITCHELL.

117. v. ANNE MITCHELL.

 

61. DOROTHY4 MITCHELL (JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 5 December 1932. She married (1) BILL BAKER. She married (2) ? JOHNSON.

Dorothy and Bill live in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada.

Children of DOROTHY MITCHELL and BILL BAKER are:

118. i. JANET5 BAKER, b. 1960.

119. ii. SHELLY BAKER, b. 1963.

120. iii. ELAINE LARSON, b. 1964.

 

62. JOYCE4 MITCHELL (JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1 July 1942. She married JOHN PAZIUK.

Joyce and John live in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada.

Children of JOYCE MITCHELL and JOHN PAZIUK are:

121. i. DONALD JOHN5 PAZIUK, b. 1969.

ii. TANYA MARIE PAZIUK, b. 1970.

iii. ALLAN WAYNE PAZIUK, b. 1975.

 

63. MALCOLM4 MITCHELL (FREDERICK MELBOURNE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1)( * Notes ) He married (1) DOROTHY LANGELLE. He married (2) VI.

Children of MALCOLM MITCHELL and DOROTHY LANGELLE are:

i. SANDRA5 MITCHELL, m. ROBERT OGDEN.

ii. DAVID MITCHELL.

 

64. MARIE D.4 MITCHELL (FREDERICK MELBOURNE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) died 1981. She married VERNON RATHBURN.

Vernon and Marie lived at Brown's Flat and Hampstead, NB.

Children of MARIE MITCHELL and VERNON RATHBURN are:

i. BRIAN5 RATHBURN.

ii. JOHN RATHBURN.

iii. GERALD RATHBURN.

 

65. FAYE4 MITCHELL (FREDERICK MELBOURNE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married DONALD CORMIER.

 

Children of FAYE MITCHELL and DONALD CORMIER are:

i. ALICE5 CORMIER.

ii. DONNA CORMIER.

 

66. OLIVE4 GRAHAM (AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married WILLIAM CRUICKSHANK.

William and Olive lived at Walpole, Mass., USA.

Children of OLIVE GRAHAM and WILLIAM CRUICKSHANK are:

i. GARY5 CRUICKSHANK, m. (1) LINDA SAMPSON; m. (2) KATHLEEN DOWNING.

ii. LINDA CRUICKSHANK, m. DICK SYLVIA.

iii. PETER CRUICKSHANK, m. (1) MARIA AURILLO; m. (2) NICOLE DOWNING.

122. iv. HELEN CRUICKSHANK.

v. MICHAEL CRUICKSHANK.

 

67. LUCY4 GRAHAM (AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married CHARLES FRANCIS.

Children of LUCY GRAHAM and CHARLES FRANCIS are:

i. CHARLES JR.5 FRANCIS, m. BETTY JOHNSON.

ii. GLENN FRANCIS.

123. iii. SUSAN FRANCIS.

124. iv. CARL FRANCIS.

125. v. PAUL FRANCIS.

 

68. HELEN4 GRAHAM (AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married SYDNEY JOSEPH DAVIDSON.

Child of HELEN GRAHAM and SYDNEY DAVIDSON is:

126. i. RICKEY5 DAVIDSON.

 

69. ELDON JAMES4 GRAHAM (AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) ( * Notes ) He married DORIS MAUD RODGERS.

Children of ELDON GRAHAM and DORIS RODGERS are:

127. i. KIMBERLEY BETH5 GRAHAM.

ii. BLAKE GRAHAM.

 

70. BLANCHE4 GRAHAM (AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married JEROME SCOTT.

Blanche and Jerry live in Saint John, NB.

Children of BLANCHE GRAHAM and JEROME SCOTT are:

128. i. ANN5 SCOTT.

129. ii. JASON SCOTT.

iii. DEBORAH LYNN SCOTT, ( * Notes )b. 1964; d. 2 September 1966.

 

71. JESSIE4 GRAHAM (AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1)  She married ELI CRITCHLEY.

Children of JESSIE GRAHAM and ELI CRITCHLEY are:

i. HAYWARD5 CRITCHLEY.

130. ii. RANDY CRITCHLEY.

131. iii. SHANNON CRITCHLEY.

132. iv. JACQUELINE CRITCHLEY.

133. v. LISA CRITCHLEY.

 

72. MAUDIE ELIZABETH4 MITCHELL (HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married ALLISON ESTWOOD BOYLE (* Notes ). He died 2 August 1991.

Children of MAUDIE MITCHELL and ALLISON BOYLE are:

134. i. CYNTHIA ELIZABETH5 BOYLE.

135. ii. WAYNE ALLISON BOYLE.

136. iii. CELENA LYNN BOYLE.

 

73. RUBY LUCINDA4 MITCHELL (HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married GLENDON DAVIDSON PHILLIPS.

Children of RUBY MITCHELL and GLENDON PHILLIPS are:

137. i. DWIGHT GLENDON5 PHILLIPS.

138. ii. ROGER ALAN PHILLIPS.

 

74. ALICE B.4 KERR (OLIVE BLANCHE3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married (1) ANGUS REELEY. She married (2) STEPHEN A. LIND JR. 1963.

More About STEPHEN JR. and ALICE KERR:

Marriage: 1963

Notes for STEPHEN A. LIND JR.:

Stephen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Lind Sr. of South Walpole, Mass., USA.

 

Children of ALICE KERR and ANGUS REELEY are:

i. JOYCE5 REELEY.

ii. DOUGLAS REELEY.

Children of ALICE KERR and STEPHEN JR. are:

139. iii. KENNETH5 LIND.

iv. WILLIAM LIND, m. SHANNON DIANNE BERKSHIRE.

v. WALTER LIND, m. JULIE J. CARMAN.

 

75. RAYMOND W.4 KERR (OLIVE BLANCHE3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married KATHRYN F. ATKINSON.

Children of RAYMOND KERR and KATHRYN ATKINSON are:

140. i. SCOTT5 KERR.

141. ii. JEFFREY KERR.

 

Generation No. 5

 

76. EDITH5 MACFARLANE (MARY EDNA4 MITCHELL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) She married GERALD PERLEY.

Children of EDITH MACFARLANE and GERALD PERLEY are:

i. DIANNE6 PERLEY.

ii. GLEN ALLAN PERLEY.

 

77. HAROLD5 PITT (BERTHA MAY4 MITCHELL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) He married ROLANDE ST. ARNEULT.

Children of HAROLD PITT and ROLANDE ST. ARNEULT are:

i. SUSAN6 PITT.

ii. SHAWN PITT.

 

78. WAYNE5 PITT (BERTHA MAY4 MITCHELL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) He married CHARMAINE WOODCOCK.

Children of WAYNE PITT and CHARMAINE WOODCOCK are:

i. JASON6 PITT.

ii. KEVIN PITT.

iii. DANIEL PITT.

 

79. KENNETH5 SMITH (LENA MILDRED4 MITCHELL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) He married EILEEN.

Child of KENNETH SMITH and EILEEN is:

i. CHRISTOPHER6 SMITH.

 

80. ELSIE5 SMITH (LENA MILDRED4 MITCHELL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) She married WAYNE MOREHOUSE.

Children of ELSIE SMITH and WAYNE MOREHOUSE are:

i. SCOTT6 MOREHOUSE.

ii. BRIAN MOREHOUSE.

 

81. JOHN5 MALLERY (RAYMOND4, JOSEPHINE HELENA3 MITCHELL, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)

Children of JOHN MALLERY are:

i. ANDREW6 MALLERY.

ii. KAILEE MALLERY.

 

82. JOYCE ISABELLE5 GRAHAM (DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1)  ( * Notes  ) She married BENJAMIN RUSSELL VIRTUE in Sussex.

More About BENJAMIN VIRTUE and JOYCE GRAHAM:

Marriage: Sussex

 

Children of JOYCE GRAHAM and BENJAMIN VIRTUE are:

i. RICKY6 VIRTUE.

142. ii. PATSY VIRTUE.

143. iii. BRENDA VIRTUE.

iv. MARY ELLEN VIRTUE.

Mary Ellen died at birth.

83. RONALD GEORGE5 GRAHAM (DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married DAWN GLADYS PARLEE.

Children of RONALD GRAHAM and DAWN PARLEE are:

144. i. BRUCE RONALD6 GRAHAM.

145. ii. CATHY ANN GRAHAM.

146. iii. DAVID LEVURN GRAHAM.

iv. MARK ANTHONY GRAHAM.

147. v. RHONDA LEE GRAHAM.

vi. JEFFERY ALAN GRAHAM.

 

84. VERNA EILEEN5 GRAHAM (DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married DOUGLAS ARNOLD.

Children of VERNA GRAHAM and DOUGLAS ARNOLD are:

148. i. HEATHER ELAINE6 ARNOLD.

ii. DONNA CHARLENE ARNOLD.

 

85. BARBARA ANN5 GRAHAM (DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married FREDERICK TARGETT.

Children of BARBARA GRAHAM and FREDERICK TARGETT are:

i. LANA ANN6 TARGETT, m. STANLEY DOUCET.

ii. GRAHAM ALBERT TARGETT.

149. iii. DELLA BEATRICE TARGETT.

 

86. WENDALL5 MCKINNEY (EDGAR4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married (1) UNKNOWN. He married (2) UNKNOWN.

Notes for WENDALL MCKINNEY:

Wendall was married twice, wives' names unknown. He had a boy by his first marriage and a girl by his second marriage, names of the children unknown.

Child of WENDALL MCKINNEY and UNKNOWN is:

i. UNKNOWN6 MCKINNEY.

 

Child of WENDALL MCKINNEY and UNKNOWN is:

ii. UNKNOWN6 MCKINNEY.

 

87. DACIA LEE5 MCKINNEY (EDGAR4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married FERN PARADIS.

Children of DACIA MCKINNEY and FERN PARADIS are:

i. KEVIN6 PARADIS.

ii. LEE ANNE PARADIS.

iii. CHAD PARADIS.

 

88. ANNIE5 MCKINNEY (LLOYD STEWART4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married CLAUDE DAVIDSON MOORE.

Children of ANNIE MCKINNEY and CLAUDE MOORE are:

i. BRIAN6 MOORE, d. 2003.

ii. WAYNE MOORE.

iii. LINDA MOORE.

 

89. VERNA5 MCKINNEY (LLOYD STEWART4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married DOUGLAS COLWELL.

Child of VERNA MCKINNEY and DOUGLAS COLWELL is:

i. BARBARA6 COLWELL.

 

90. CLIFFORD5 MCKINNEY (LLOYD STEWART4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married DORIS BLAKNEY.

Children of CLIFFORD MCKINNEY and DORIS BLAKNEY are:

i. COREY6 MCKINNEY.

ii. KAREN MCKINNEY.

 

91. ALLEN5 MCKINNEY (LLOYD STEWART4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married ANNA DYKEMAN.

Children of ALLEN MCKINNEY and ANNA DYKEMAN are:

i. WANDA6 MCKINNEY.

ii. BRENT MCKINNEY.

iii. GARY MCKINNEY.

iv. RICKY MCKINNEY.

 

92. RONALD5 REID (NELLIE4 MCKINNEY, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married RETA SEDORE.

Children of RONALD REID and RETA SEDORE are:

i. RHONDA6 REID.

ii. MARSHA REID.

iii. GARTH REID.

iv. GARY REID.

v. DACIA REID.

vi. DRENA REID.

vii. JASON REID.

 

93. NORMA5 REID (NELLIE4 MCKINNEY, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married WILLIAM JONES.

Children of NORMA REID and WILLIAM JONES are:

i. JENNIFER6 JONES.

ii. MARTHA JONES.

iii. MARY ELLEN JONES.

iv. SARAH JONES.

 

94. BONITA5 INCH (NORA JANE4 MCKINNEY, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married ALLAN SHORT.

Children of BONITA INCH and ALLAN SHORT are:

i. MARY ANN6 SHORT.

ii. ROBERT SHORT.

iii. BARBARA JANE SHORT.

 

95. BARBARA M.5 INCH (NORA JANE4 MCKINNEY, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married LEROY REAY.

Child of BARBARA INCH and LEROY REAY is:

i. LAURA6 REAY.

 

96. FAYE5 MCKINNEY (J. GORDON4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married RONALD PAWLIK.

Child of FAYE MCKINNEY and RONALD PAWLIK is:

i. JASON6 PAWLIK.

 

97. JOHN5 MCKINNEY (J. GORDON4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married MARILYN WOODILL.

Children of JOHN MCKINNEY and MARILYN WOODILL are:

i. JUNE6 MCKINNEY.

ii. ERIC MCKINNEY.

iii. WELLS MCKINNEY.

iv. JOY MCKINNEY.

 

98. BRIAN5 MCKINNEY (J. GORDON4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married GWEN FERRIS.

Children of BRIAN MCKINNEY and GWEN FERRIS are:

i. SHAWN6 MCKINNEY.

ii. JUSTIN MCKINNEY.

iii. JOSH MCKINNEY.

iv. MATTHEW MCKINNEY.

 

99. FRANK5 MCKINNEY (J. GORDON4, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married SHEILA COCHRANE.

Child of FRANK MCKINNEY and SHEILA COCHRANE is:

i. MEGAN6 MCKINNEY.

 

100. KEVIN5 JONES (MARY ISABELL4 MCKINNEY, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married JUDY FERRIS.

Children of KEVIN JONES and JUDY FERRIS are:

i. JENNIFER6 JONES.

ii. MELANIE JONES.

iii. ASHLEY JONES.

 

101. MARK5 JONES (MARY ISABELL4 MCKINNEY, BESSIE MYRTLE JANE3 LAW, JANE2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married WANDA PARLEE.

Children of MARK JONES and WANDA PARLEE are:

i. MIRANDA6 JONES.

ii. MERISSA JONES.

 

102. ROBERT JR.5 DAVIS (ROBERT4, LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married ETTA WALKER.

Child of ROBERT DAVIS and ETTA WALKER is:

i. SHAWN6 DAVIS.

 

103. WAYNE5 DAVIS (ROBERT4, LETITIA JANE3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married ELAINE CAMPBELL.

 

Children of WAYNE DAVIS and ELAINE CAMPBELL are:

i. WAYNE JR.6 DAVIS.

ii. JAMES DAVIS.

iii. GLENN DAVIS.

 

104. RUSSEL5 VANSTONE (HAZEL4 MCCUMBER, MABEL MINA3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married ANN.

Children of RUSSEL VANSTONE and ANN are:

i. CHRIS6 VANSTONE.

ii. PETER VANSTONE.

iii. JAMIE VANSTONE.

 

105. STERLING L.5 NICKERSON (ETHEL MARGARET4 LYON, MARGARET ANN3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married MARILYN HOYT.

Children of STERLING NICKERSON and MARILYN HOYT are:

i. SHELLEY6 NICKERSON.

ii. WENDY NICKERSON.

iii. TERRY NICKERSON.

 

106. GERALD E.5 NICKERSON (ETHEL MARGARET4 LYON, MARGARET ANN3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married JEAN SCOTT.

Children of GERALD NICKERSON and JEAN SCOTT are:

i. ANITA6 NICKERSON.

ii. SUSAN NICKERSON.

iii. ROBERT NICKERSON.

 

107. JOAN5 NICKERSON (ETHEL MARGARET4 LYON, MARGARET ANN3 MITCHELL, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married FRANKLIN HENDERSON.

Children of JOAN NICKERSON and FRANKLIN HENDERSON are:

i. CHRISTINE6 HENDERSON.

ii. AMY HENDERSON.

iii. JENNIFER HENDERSON.

 

108. JANET5 WANAMAKER (AUDREY4 MITCHELL, GEORGE BELLMORE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married ROBERT CAPSON.

Children of JANET WANAMAKER and ROBERT CAPSON are:

i. BRIAN6 CAPSON, m. LOIS OSTOLOSKY.

ii. GWEN CAPSON, m. DINO KARATZIOS.

iii. PATTI CAPSON, m. KORY KINSELLA.

 

109. JEAN5 WANAMAKER (AUDREY4 MITCHELL, GEORGE BELLMORE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married JOHN BIDDLE.

Children of JEAN WANAMAKER and JOHN BIDDLE are:

i. STEVEN6 BIDDLE, m. KARA MITCHELMOR.

ii. IAN BIDDLE, m. SHELLEY BUCKINGHAM.

iii. JOANNE BIDDLE.

 

110. DAVID5 WANAMAKER (AUDREY4 MITCHELL, GEORGE BELLMORE3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married LINDA ACRES.

 

Child of DAVID WANAMAKER and LINDA ACRES is:

i. ERIC6 WANAMAKER.

 

111. SUZANNE5 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1)

Child of SUZANNE MITCHELL is:

150. i. AMBER6 MITCHELL.

 

112. BILL5 MITCHELL (ROBERT WARREN4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married SARAH EBERT.

 

Children of BILL MITCHELL and SARAH EBERT are:

i. IAN THOMAS6 MITCHELL.

ii. SEAN ROBERT MITCHELL.

 

113. ERNIE5 MITCHELL (JOHN FREDERICK4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married DEBBIE PUDLOWSKI.

Children of ERNIE MITCHELL and DEBBIE PUDLOWSKI are:

i. TARA6 MITCHELL, m. ROD PETERS.

ii. JASON MITCHELL.

 

114. JEAN5 MITCHELL (JOHN FREDERICK4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married CHRIS MILLER.

Children of JEAN MITCHELL and CHRIS MILLER are:

i. AARON6 MILLER.

ii. KELLY MILLER.

 

115. HOWARD5 MITCHELL (JOHN FREDERICK4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1)

Children of HOWARD MITCHELL are:

i. KATRINA6 MITCHELL.

ii. JUSTIN MITCHELL.

Child of HOWARD MITCHELL is:

iii. KYLE6 MITCHELL.

 

116. WARREN5 MITCHELL (JOHN FREDERICK4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) He married PAULINE PETTY.

Children of WARREN MITCHELL and PAULINE PETTY are:

i. EMILY6 MITCHELL.

ii. ABBY MITCHELL.

iii. ADAM MITCHELL.

 

117. ANNE5 MITCHELL (JOHN FREDERICK4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married DAN SHEA.

Children of ANNE MITCHELL and DAN SHEA are:

i. JESSE6 SHEA.

ii. KATIE SHEA.

 

118. JANET5 BAKER (DOROTHY4 MITCHELL, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1960. She married GEORGE BAKER.

Children of JANET BAKER and GEORGE BAKER are:

i. MELANIE6 BAKER.

ii. AMY BAKER.

 

119. SHELLY5 BAKER (DOROTHY4 MITCHELL, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1963. She married KEVIN BAKER.

Children of SHELLY BAKER and KEVIN BAKER are:

i. JAYSON6 BAKER.

ii. JENNA BAKER.

 

120. ELAINE5 LARSON (DOROTHY4 MITCHELL, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1964. She married MARVIN MAJEAU.

Children of ELAINE LARSON and MARVIN MAJEAU are:

i. JAMIE6 MAJEAU.

ii. LANDON MAJEAU.

 

121. DONALD JOHN5 PAZIUK (JOYCE4 MITCHELL, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1969. He married LYANN LEJAUNES.

Children of DONALD PAZIUK and LYANN LEJAUNES are:

i. CODY DONALD6 PAZIUK, b. 20 November 1996.

ii. KYLE LEE PAZIUK, b. 22 June 1998.

iii. BRADEN TRAVIS PAZIUK, b. 12 February 2002.

 

122. HELEN5 CRUICKSHANK (OLIVE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married JOSEPH BAKER.

Children of HELEN CRUICKSHANK and JOSEPH BAKER are:

i. JOSEPH6 BAKER.

ii. LYNDA BAKER.

 

123. SUSAN5 FRANCIS (LUCY4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1)

Children of SUSAN FRANCIS are:

i. CHRISTOPHER6 FRANCIS.

ii. NICHOLAS FRANCIS.

 

124. CARL5 FRANCIS (LUCY4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married SALLY WORDEN.

Children of CARL FRANCIS and SALLY WORDEN are:

i. ROBYN6 FRANCIS.

ii. RYAN FRANCIS.

iii. ROSS FRANCIS.

iv. ROBERT FRANCIS.

 

125. PAUL5 FRANCIS (LUCY4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1)

Children of PAUL FRANCIS are:

i. MARK6 FRANCIS.

ii. ERIC FRANCIS.

 

126. RICKEY5 DAVIDSON (HELEN4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married PATRICIA LYNCH.

Children of RICKEY DAVIDSON and PATRICIA LYNCH are:

i. JODY6 DAVIDSON.

ii. TREVOR DAVIDSON.

 

127. KIMBERLEY BETH5 GRAHAM (ELDON JAMES4, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married STEPHEN VAIL.

Child of KIMBERLEY GRAHAM and STEPHEN VAIL is:

i. EMILY6 VAIL.

 

128. ANN5 SCOTT (BLANCHE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1)

Children of ANN SCOTT are:

i. ERICA6 SCOTT.

ii. TREVOR JAMES SCOTT.

iii. STARR SCOTT.

 

129. JASON5 SCOTT (BLANCHE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married CRYSTAL.

Children of JASON SCOTT and CRYSTAL are:

i. MATTHEW6 SCOTT.

ii. TERRIN SCOTT.

 

130. RANDY5 CRITCHLEY (JESSIE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married GLADDY COLPITTS.

Children of RANDY CRITCHLEY and GLADDY COLPITTS are:

i. JESSE6 CRITCHLEY.

ii. JEFFREY CRITCHLEY.

 

131. SHANNON5 CRITCHLEY (JESSIE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married LISA CUMMING.

Children of SHANNON CRITCHLEY and LISA CUMMING are:

i. ALICIA6 CRITCHLEY.

ii. CANDACE CRITCHLEY.

iii. COLTON CRITCHLEY.

 

132. JACQUELINE5 CRITCHLEY (JESSIE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married DONALD SNIDER.

Children of JACQUELINE CRITCHLEY and DONALD SNIDER are:

i. KARLI6 SNIDER.

ii. KRISTA SNIDER.

 

133. LISA5 CRITCHLEY (JESSIE4 GRAHAM, AGNES PEARL3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married DEAN MUNSON.

 

Children of LISA CRITCHLEY and DEAN MUNSON are:

i. BAILEY6 MUNSON.

ii. COURTNEY MUNSON.

 

134. CYNTHIA ELIZABETH5 BOYLE (MAUDIE ELIZABETH4 MITCHELL, HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married TIMOTHY EDWARD CHEEK.

Children of CYNTHIA BOYLE and TIMOTHY CHEEK are:

i. COURTNEY ELIZABETH6 CHEEK.

ii. CAITLIN ALYSSA CHEEK.

iii. CATHRYN MICHELLE CHEEK.

 

135. WAYNE ALLISON5 BOYLE (MAUDIE ELIZABETH4 MITCHELL, HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married ELIZABETH ANN REID.

Children of WAYNE BOYLE and ELIZABETH REID are:

i. SAMUEL ALLISON6 BOYLE.

ii. JANE ELIZABETH BOYLE.

iii. DANIEL ROBERT BOYLE.

 

136. CELENA LYNN5 BOYLE (MAUDIE ELIZABETH4 MITCHELL, HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) She married MALIK CREPSAC.

Children of CELENA BOYLE and MALIK CREPSAC are:

i. ALYXANDRA LYNN6 CREPSAC.

ii. BENITO ALLISON CREPSAC.

 

137. DWIGHT GLENDON5 PHILLIPS (RUBY LUCINDA4 MITCHELL, HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married (1) ANDREA MCALOON. He married (2) MARY LEE UNDERHILL.

Child of DWIGHT PHILLIPS and MARY UNDERHILL is:

i. MACKENZIE RUBY6 PHILLIPS.

 

138. ROGER ALAN5 PHILLIPS (RUBY LUCINDA4 MITCHELL, HARRY JAMES3, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married ROBIN CUSHMAN.

Children of ROGER PHILLIPS and ROBIN CUSHMAN are:

i. DARBY LYNNE6 PHILLIPS.

ii. CHRISTOPHER ROBERT PHILLIPS.

 

139. KENNETH5 LIND (ALICE B.4 KERR, OLIVE BLANCHE3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married DENISE R. THIBEAULT.

Children of KENNETH LIND and DENISE THIBEAULT are:

i. CATHERINE6 LIND.

ii. ERIC LIND.

 

140. SCOTT5 KERR (RAYMOND W.4, OLIVE BLANCHE3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married MARY JO QUINN.

Children of SCOTT KERR and MARY QUINN are:

i. PATRICK RAYMOND6 KERR.

ii. KAITLIN JOSEPHINE KERR.

 

141. JEFFREY5 KERR (RAYMOND W.4, OLIVE BLANCHE3 MITCHELL, JAMES H.2, WILLIAM1) He married LISA VECCHIONE.

Children of JEFFREY KERR and LISA VECCHIONE are:

i. CAELLUM DANIEL6 KERR.

ii. EMMA RILEY KERR.

 

Generation No. 6

 

142. PATSY6 VIRTUE (JOYCE ISABELLE5 GRAHAM, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married MATTHEW PERRY.

Children of PATSY VIRTUE and MATTHEW PERRY are:

i. MICHAEL RUSSELL WILLIAM7 PERRY.

ii. JONATHAN PERRY.

iii. DIANNE ELIZABETH PERRY.

 

143. BRENDA6 VIRTUE (JOYCE ISABELLE5 GRAHAM, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married NORMAN SKOGLUND.

Child of BRENDA VIRTUE and NORMAN SKOGLUND is:

i. AMANDA PAULINE JOYCE7 SKOGLUND.

 

144. BRUCE RONALD6 GRAHAM (RONALD GEORGE5, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married LAURIE DILL.

Children of BRUCE GRAHAM and LAURIE DILL are:

i. ANDREW DOUGLAS7 GRAHAM.

ii. HEATHER ELIZABETH GRAHAM.

 

145. CATHY ANN6 GRAHAM (RONALD GEORGE5, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married RONALD HAYES.

Children of CATHY GRAHAM and RONALD HAYES are:

i. VANESSA DAWN7 HAYES, m. TROY MCGIBBON.

ii. JULIE ANN HAYES, m. CORY PROCTOR.

iii. KIMBERLEY BRETT HAYES.

 

146. DAVID LEVURN6 GRAHAM (RONALD GEORGE5, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) He married CATHY MCINTYRE.

Child of DAVID GRAHAM and CATHY MCINTYRE is:

i. MICHAEL DAVID7 GRAHAM.

 

147. RHONDA LEE6 GRAHAM (RONALD GEORGE5, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married MICHAEL DOUGLAS.

Children of RHONDA GRAHAM and MICHAEL DOUGLAS are:

i. MCKAYLA DAWN7 DOUGLAS.

ii. MICHAEL JAMES DOUGLAS.

iii. MADDISON RAE DOUGLAS.

 

148. HEATHER ELAINE6 ARNOLD (VERNA EILEEN5 GRAHAM, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married HAWKER.

Children of HEATHER ARNOLD and HAWKER are:

i. KASSANDRA DAWN MARIE7 HAWKER.

ii. HILARY ANN ELIZABETH HAWKER.

iii. ANDREW WILLIAM HAWKER.

 

149. DELLA BEATRICE6 TARGETT (BARBARA ANN5 GRAHAM, DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1)

Child of DELLA BEATRICE TARGETT is:

i. ABBY7 TARGETT.

 

150. AMBER6 MITCHELL (SUZANNE5, ROBERT WARREN4, JOHN ALEXANDER3, ROBERT WARREN2, WILLIAM1) She married TIM DIZDAR.

Child of AMBER MITCHELL and TIM DIZDAR is:

i. GRAYSON7 DIZDAR.

 


 

    

 

Notes for WILLIAM MITCHELL:

Irish Genealogy Information on the Internet:

The William and Jane Mitchell family members included in the list of passengers booking for the Ship Portland, May 4 - June 12, 1847, from Ireland for a voyage to Saint John, New Brunswick were:

Mitchell, William, Randalstown (father)

Jane (mother)

Jane (10)

George (8)

John (6)

Bell (4)

Matilda (4 1/2 months)

William and Jane Mitchell arrived at Saint John from Randalstown, County Antrim, Ireland. They came on the vessel "Portland" from the Port of Derry, landing in Saint John, New Brunswick in 1847 and settled in Clones, Queens County. William, a farmer, was the first school teacher at the North Clones School around the year 1868.

"Community Place Names in New Brunswick, Canada", compiled by Robert F. Fellows:

CLONES: In Petersville Parish, N. B.; Named for Clones, County Monaghan, Ireland, from where Johnson Cooper, first postmaster came. By 1898 Clones had one post office, one store, and a population of 75. It is now part of CFB Gagetown. The Petersville Parish was named for Henry Peters in 1838, then speaker of the N. B. House of Assembly.

Microfilm F12390, New Brunswick Archives: Land Petitions

Land Petition, May 3, 1853, Vol. 34, # 72:

William Mitchell, 100 acres, Petersville, Queens County

The petition of William Mitchell humbly sheweth that he resides in this province, is a British subject, 40 years of age, does not own any land, and has no claim to any land purchased from Government, payable by Installments or by Labour. That he is desirous of purchasing a Lot of Crown Land containing 100 acres and situate as follows:

Clones adjoining north west of William McCoucheon Senr., and north east of I. Chittick, petitioner is living on the land a number of years.

And prays leave to pay for the same by Labour, agreeably to the Act 12 Victoria, Chap. 4, and he pledges himself to conform in all things to the Regulations prescribed by Government for such purchases. And as in duty bound will ever pray.

(Signed) William Mitchell

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

William Mitchell: born in Ireland; Farmer; Presbyterian; Widowed; age 65 years.

In the 1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County, William, 76 years of age, was living with his son George.

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives: Petersville Anglican Church Records:

Death: William Mitchell; Clones; September 24, 1889

 

Notes for JANE WILSON:

Any record of Jane's death could not be found. However, since she does not appear with William in the 1871 Census (William was listed as a Widower), and since their last child was born in 1860, it is presumed she died sometime between 1860 and 1871. An entry in Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives records ______ Mitchell, Upper Clones, Buried November 9, 1867. This could possibly be Jane Mitchell.

 

Notes for JANE MITCHELL:

Information found on the Internet, in Irish Genealogy search, includes Jane Mitchell, age 10, with her parents and four siblings, arriving from the Port of Derry, Ireland, on the vessel Portland, to Saint John, NB in 1847. She was ten years of age.

No other information can be found on Jane. Since another child in the family was named Jane (born 1853), it is likely that the first Jane had died sometime between 1847 and 1853.

Notes for GEORGE MITCHELL:

George is recorded in the Irish Genealogy sites on the Internet as arriving at the port of Saint John, NB in 1847 from the port of Derry, Ireland on the vessel Portland, with his parents William and Jane Mitchell and his four siblings. George was eight years of age.

1871 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George Mitchell, son of William Mitchell: born in Ireland; Farmer; Presbyterian; age 30.

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George Mitchell, son of William Mitchell: born in Ireland; Farmer; Presbyterian; age 41 years.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George Mitchell, husband of Jane: born in Ireland; Farmer; Presbyterian; age 50 years.

1901 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George Mitchell, husband of Jane: born July 10, 1840: arrived in Canada from Ireland in 1847; Farmer; Methodist; age 61 years.

 

Notes for JANE WILSON:

Jane: daughter of Hugh and Margaret Wilson.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Jane, wife of George Mitchell: born in N. B.; Presbyterian; age 48 years.

1901 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Jane, wife of George Mitchell: born February 8, 1843: arrived in Canada from Ireland in 1843; Methodist; age 58 years. Living with George and Jane was Jane's mother, Margaret Wilson, age 78, Presbyterian, born in Ireland, emigrating to Canada in 1843.

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

Burials:

Mrs. George Mitchell: Residence - Clones; Died of Dropsy February 14, 1907; Age 66 years; Buried - Clones.

Recorded next to Mrs. George Mitchell's name was the following information:

Mother and Daughter

Mrs. Hugh Wilson: Residence - Clones; Died of Old Age February 16, 1907; Age 86 years; Buried Jersalem Hill

 

Notes for LETITIA MITCHELL:

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born October 22, 1848; Baptised December 15, 1855; Letitia, daughter of William and Jane Mitchell; William's trade - School Master; Parish of Petersville; Clergy - I. Bartholomew

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Letitia, daughter of William Mitchell: born in NB; Presbyterian; 22 years of age.

Queens County, NB Marriage Register, 1861-1887:

Michael Law of Gagetown married on April 25, 1871 to Letitia Mitchell of Gagetown; Witnesses: William Hamilton and Jane Mitchell; Clergy: James Neales.

Letitia died in childbirth.

Gagetown Anglican Church Records: 1784 - 1901

Burial:

Letitia Law: January 26, 1872; Gagetown; Age 24.

More About MICHAEL LAW and LETITIA MITCHELL:

Marriage: 25 April 1871

 

Notes for JOHN MITCHELL:

John is recorded in the Irish Genealogy sites on the Internet as arriving at the port of Saint John, NB in 1847 from the port of Derry, Ireland on the vessel Portland, with his parents William and Jane Mitchell and his four siblings. John was six years of age.

1871 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

John Mitchell, son of William Mitchell: born in Ireland; Farmer; Presbyterian; age 28 years.

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

John Mitchell, husband of Mary: born in Ireland; Farmer; Church of England; age 39 years.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

John Mitchell: born in Ireland; Farmer; Church of England; age 49 years. John was listed as a Widower and his sister Elizabeth and his brother James were living in the same household as John and his children: Sarah, Eveline, Maggie, Benjamin and Josephine. Since James was named as the head of the household, it is likely that they were all living in the original Mitchell residence.

1901 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

John Mitchell: born October, 1841: born in Ireland; Farmer; Church of England; age 60 years. John is listed as living with his two daughters, Mary and Maggie.

Newspaper Item, March, 1917:

John Mitchell - Much regret is felt owing to the death of John Mitchell which occurred at his home South Clones Thursday March 18. Mr. Mitchell was born in Ireland October 15, 1841. He came to St. John with his parents at the age of seven years, and shortly afterwards to Clones, where he has since resided. He is survived by five children, Mrs. Andrew Appleby, Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. John Quigley, St. John; Mrs. John S. Mallory; Mary E. and W. Benjamin, of South Clones; also three brothers and one sister, George and James of Clones, William of St. John and Mrs. Kidney of Woodstock.

NB Cemeteries On Internet:

Headline Anglican Cemetery

John Mitchell

1841-1917

Mary E. Mitchell

1847-1883

 

 

Notes for MARY EVELINE JOHNSTON:

Microfilm F11854, Queens County Marriage Records:

I hereby certify that John Mitchell of Petersville, Queens County, N. B. and Mary Johnston of the same place were married by Licence this the 25th December 1871 by me, Isaac N. Parker, Wesleyan Minister.

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Mary Mitchell, wife of John Mitchell: born in Ireland; Church of England; age 30 years.

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Death: August 7, 1883, Mary Mitchell, Clones; Age 33 years; Cause of Death - Consumption; Place of Internment - Parish Church; Clergy - F. Towers

Note: The 1881 Census and the Death Records suggest that Mary was born 1850/51. However, the headstone records her birth year as 1847.

More About JOHN MITCHELL and MARY JOHNSTON:

Marriage: 25 December 1871

 

 

Notes for MARY EVELINE MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records, Microfilm F7826 at the New Brunswick Archives: Mary Mitchell, born November 6, 1874; baptised August 21, 1875; daughter of John and Mary Mitchell.

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Mary E. Mitchell, daughter of John and Mary Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 6 years.

Mary Eveline was 9 years of age when her mother died.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Eveline Mitchell, daughter of John Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 15 years.

1901New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Mary is listed as living with her father John Mitchell and her siblings, Maggie, William Benjamin and Josephine.

Newspaper item:

MITCHELL - Suddenly at Welsford, Sept. 6, 1948, Mary Eveline Mitchell, daughter of the late John and Mary Mitchell. The funeral will be held at Headline Anglican Church on Wednesday at 2 o'clock.

Petersville Anglican Church Records, Microfilm F7826 at the New Brunswick Archives:

Death - Mary Eveline Mitchell, Clones, N. B.; killed by train at Welsford, September 6, 1948; buried St. Peter's Church Yard, Headline.

iii. JOHN FREDERICK MITCHELL, b. 3 February 1877; d. May 1878.

 

Notes for JOHN FREDERICK MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records, Microfilm F7826 at the New Brunswick Archives:

John Frederick Mitchell: residence - Clones; born February 3, 1877; baptised December 8, 1877; died 1878 at age 15 months; cause of death: measles; buried on May 21, 1878 in church graveyard.

 

Notes for ISABELLA MITCHELL:

 

Isabella (Bell) is recorded in the Irish Genealogy sites on the Internet as arriving at the port of Saint John, NB in 1847 from the port of Derry, Ireland on the vessel Portland, with her parents William and Jane Mitchell and her four siblings. Bell was four years of age.

Microfilm F11854, New Brunswick Archives:

Queens County Marriages, 1832-1872:

This is to certify that George M. Corbett of Petersville, Queens County of the one party and Isabella Mitchell of the same place of the other party were married by licence this 19th day of July, 1870 by me George B. Taylor, Weslyan Minister in the presence of Robert Corbett and George A. Emery.

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Isabella Corbett, wife of George M. Corbett: born in Ireland; Weslyan Methodist; 37 years of age.

Newspaper Item:

Mrs. George Corbett

Gagetown, Nov. 9 - The death took place at North Clones on Thursday, Nov. 3, of Isabella, wife of George Corbett. Mrs. Corbett had been in poor health for some time and the end came suddenly from heart failure on Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock. She is survived by her husband, two sons and four daughters. The former are: William B. Corbett, of Waterbury (Conn.), who was visiting at home at the time; and George F. Corbett of N. Clones. The daughters are: Mrs. Charles D. McKee, Cape Spencer (N. B.); Mrs. John B. Reid, Summerhill (N. B.); Mrs. George Allingham, Gagetown and Miss Marie Corbett at home. Mrs. Corbett also leaves four brothers - John, James and George Mitchell, of North Clones, and William, of St. John. Her sisters are: Mrs. Edward Rolston, Boston (Mass.); Mrs. John Kidney, Waterbury (Conn.); and Mrs. Stewart Law, of Gagetown. The funeral took place Friday afternoon and was largely attended. Rev. Mr. Wason, of the Methodist church, conducted the funeral services and interment was made in the Kirk burial groud at Head Line. The pallbearers were: William Lyon, Benjamin Mitchell, George Corbett, James E. Corbett, James Mitchell and Baniford Kerr, of North Clones. The floral tributes were many and very beautiful. Mrs. Corbett left a place in her home and community, which will be hard to fill. Her unfailing kindness in cases of sickness and sorrow makes her loss one which will be felt for a long time to come by a large circle of friends, not only about her home, but elsewhere.

 

Notes for GEORGE MILLS CORBETT:

 

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George M. Corbett, husband of Isabella: born in NB; Farmer; Weslyan Methodist; 40 years of age.

1901 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George Corbett, head of Family, husband of Isabella, born in NB on January 9, 1835; Farmer; Methodist; 66 years of age.

George M. Corbett

Gagetown, April 29 - On Saturday, April 21, George M. Corbett, an aged and highly respected resident of North Clones, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Reid, of Summerhill, after some months of gradual decline. Mr. Corbett, who had reached the good old age of eighty-four, had for fifty-five years been a member of the Orange Lodge, No. 99, of North Clones, and for fifty years had been a member of the Methodist church. Forty-one years of his life were spent at North Clones, where he was engaged in farming, until eighteen months ago, when on the death of his wife, he went to reside with his daughter. Three daughters and two sons survive, Mrs. John Reid, Summerhill; Mrs. Geo. Allingham, Gagetown; Mrs. Charles Olsen, Waterbury (Conn.); William B. Corbett, Waterbury (Conn.); George F. Corbett, Gagetown; also one brother, Samuel Corbett, whose home is in Montreal. Mrs. Olsen was fortunately able to reach Summerhill before her father passed away. The funeral services took place on Monday afternoon, from his late home in Summerhill, and despite the bad roads, a large gathering of friends and relatives was present to pay the last tribute of respect to an old and worthy neighbor. The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Wason, of Summerhill, and interment was made in the Kirk churchyard.

More About GEORGE CORBETT and ISABELLA MITCHELL:

Marriage: 19 July 1870, Queens County

 

Notes for JANE ELIZABETH CORBETT:

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

Jane Elizabeth Corbett: born September 4, 1871; baptised at Clones November 7, 1871, daughter of George and Isabella Corbett; George Corbett - farmer; Clergy - I. N. Parker

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Jane E., daughter of George M. and Isabella Corbett: born in NB; Weslyan Methodist; 9 years of age.

Microfilm F15583, # 2241, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriages 1882-1901:

Registration Division of Saint John City and County

Bridegroom - Charles B. McKee, Age 33; Residence - St. John; Place of Birth - St. John; Bachelor; Occupation - Teamster; Religion - Presbyterian; Parents - Thomas and Margrate McKee

Bride - Jane E. Corbett, Age 25; Residence - Petersville, Queens County; Place of Birth - Petersville, Queens County; Spinster; Religion - Methodist; Parents - George and Isabella Corbett; Date of Marriage: June 9, 1897; Witnesses: James E. Bryant, St. John and Lettie Corbett, St. John

More About CHARLES MCKEE and JANE CORBETT:

Marriage: 9 June 1897

 

Notes for WILLIAM BURNHAM CORBETT:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

William Burnham Corbett, son of George and Isabel Corbett: born August 16, 1873; baptised December 7, 1873.

Microfilm F14884: Queens County Birth Records; New Brunswick Archives:

Child: William Burnham Corbett

Place of Birth: North Clones

Date of Birth: August 26, 1873

Father: George Mills Corbett; Farmer

Mother: Isabel Mitchell

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

William B., son of George M. and Isabella Corbett: born in NB; Weslyan Methodist; 7 years of age.

 

Notes for JAMES ROBERT CORBETT:

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

James Robert Corbett: born March 4, 1888; Residence - North Clones; baptised at Clones November 5, 1888, son of George and Isabella Corbett; George Corbett - Farmer; Clergy - R. Opie

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

Died: James Robert Corbett; Residence - Clones; Age 10 months; Date of Death - December 29, 1888

 

Notes for WALTER CORBETT:

1901 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Walter Corbett, son of George and Isabella Corbett, born in NB on January 26, 1891; Methodist; 10 years of age.

 

Notes for MATILDA MITCHELL:

 

Matilda is recorded in the Irish Genealogy sites on the Internet as arriving at the port of Saint John, NB in 1847 at the age of 4 1/2 months from the port of Derry, Ireland on the vessel Portland, with her parents William and Jane Mitchell and her four siblings.

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born November 18, 1846; Baptised December 15, 1855; Matilda, daughter of William and Jane Mitchell; William's trade - School Master; Parish of Petersville; Clergy - I. Bartholomew

 

Notes for EDWARD ROLSTON:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826) records Edward's occupation as a farmer. Edward was known as 'Ned'.

 

Notes for WILLIAM MITCHELL:

 

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born April 22, 1851; Baptised December 15, 1855; William, son of William and Jane Mitchell; William's trade - School Master; Parish of Petersville; Clergy - I. Bartholomew

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

William, son of William Mitchell: born in NB; Presbyterian; 20 years of age.

 

Notes for HELEN SIGNORA:

 

Newspaper Item, February, 1946, Saint John, NB:

MITCHELL - At the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Mitchell, Toronto, Ont. on Feb. 6, 1946, Helen Signora Mitchell, widow of William Mitchell, formerly of this city, in her 84th year, survived by one son, two daughters, one brother, three sisters, three grandchildren. Arriving in Saint John Friday morning and will rest at Brenan's, 111 Paradise Row, where funeral will be held on Friday at 2 p. m. Entombment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

 

Notes for JANE MITCHELL:

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born May 10, 1853; Baptised December 15, 1855; Jane, daughter of William and Jane Mitchell; William's trade - School Master; Parish of Petersville; Clergy - I. Bartholomew

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Jane, daughter of William Mitchell: born in NB; Presbyterian; 19 years of age.

Microfilm F 11855, New Brunswick Archives: Queens County Marriages

Stewart Law of Gagetown in the County of Queens and Jane Mitchell of Petersville in said County were married by license this fourth day of October A. D. 1875 by me James Neales in the presence of William Mitchell, Mary Jane and Thomas W. Law.

1881 Census: Jane Law, age 27, wife of Stewart Law, age 25, and son William J. Law, age 1 year. Jane and son William born in N. B., Stewart born in Ireland.

 

Notes for STEWART LAW:

 

1881 NB Census:

Stewart Law, age 25 years, husband of Jane Law, age 27 years. Stewart born in Ireland; Jane born in

N. B. Child: William J. Law, age 1 year. Living with them is Jane's brother Robert W. Mitchell, his wife Margaret A. Mitchell and their daughter Letitia J. Mitchell, age < 1 year. Members of the Mitchell family born in N. B.

 

Notes for WILLIAM JAMES STEWART LAW:

Microfilm F1140, New Brunswick Archives: St. John Anglican Baptism Records, Gagetown, Queens County:

William James Stewart Law, son of Stewart and Jane Law; Born March 29, 1880; Baptised July 2, 1880; Clergy - James Neales

William and Marion lived in Gagetown, NB.

 

 

Notes for ELIZABETH MITCHELL:

 

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born April 27, 1855; Baptised December 15, 1855; Elizabeth, daughter of William and Jane Mitchell; William's trade - School Master; Parish of Petersville; Clergy - I. Bartholomew

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Elizabeth, daughter of William Mitchell: born in NB; Presbyterian; 16 years of age.

1891 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County: Elizabeth, age 31, is listed as living in the same household as her brothers James and John (a widower), and John's children, Sarah, Eveline, Maggie, Benjamin and Josephine.

 

 

Notes for ROBERT WARREN MITCHELL:

 

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Robert W., son of William Mitchell: born in NB; Presbyterian; 13 years of age.

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Confirmed: Robert Warren Mitchell, age 18, on June 25, 1876; Clergy - Bishop John Medley.

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Robert W. Mitchell; 21; Church of England; Farmer; Robert, his wife Margaret A. Mitchell, 22, and daughter Letitia J. Mitchell, < 1 year, living with Stewart and Jane Law and their son William.

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick: Warren Mitchell, age 41, husband of Margaret, born April 5, 1859; Farmer; Church of England.

Petersville Anglican Church Records, New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Warren Mitchell's occupation was given as a farmer at Armstrong's Corner. He died of pleurisy pneumonia on June 16, 1913 at 55 years of age and is buried in the Lyon Burial Ground, Armstrong's Corner.

NB Cemeteries (On Internet):

Lyon Cemetery, Petersville

Margaret Mitchell

1853-1932

Warren R. Mitchell

1858-1913

 

 

Notes for MARGARET ANN LAW:

 

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage:

Robert Warren Mitchell of the Parish of Petersville and Margaret Ann Law of the Parish of Gagetown, both of Queens County, New Brunswick, were married by license, with consent of parents, this 5th day of November in the year of our Lord 1878 by me, Joseph Smith, Rector. This marriage was solemnized by us: Robert Warren Mitchell & Margaret Ann Law in the presence of William Law & Mary Jane Law.

1881 NB Census:

Robert W. Mitchell, 21, and his wife Margaret A. Mitchell, 22, with daughter Letitia J. Mitchell, age < 1 year, are living in the same household as Stewart Law (Head), age 25, and his wife, Jane Law, age 27. Stewart was born in Ireland, all others born in New Brunswick.

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Margaret, wife of Warren Mitchell, born June 24, 1852; age 48; Church of England.

Petersville Anglican Church Records, New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Margaret A. Mitchell of Armstrong's Corner, widow of Warren Mitchell, died of paralysis on January 28, 1932 at the age of 78 years. She is buried in the Lyon Burial Ground, Armstrong's Corner.

More About ROBERT MITCHELL and MARGARET LAW:

Marriage: 5 November 1878

 

Notes for ROBERT WARREN MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Robert Warren Mitchell, son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born January 15, 1890; baptised March 10, 1890.

Family descendants recorded his death in 1892.

 

Notes for MYRTLE ISABELLA MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Myrtle Isabella Mitchell: born July 11, 1892; baptised November 11, 1893.

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Myrtle, daughter of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born July 11, 1892; age 8; Church of England

Microfilm F15969, # 3061: New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages 1911 - 1919, Queens County:

Bridegroom - Arthur Leslie White; Age 30; Residence - Oromocto, NB; Place of Birth - Oromocto; Bachelor; Occupation: Merchant; Parents - Alva and Julia White

Bride - Myrtle Mitchell; Age 23; Residence - Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner; Spinster; Methodist; Parents - Warren and Margaret Mitchell; Witnesses - James Mitchell and Mrs. Wm. Lyon; Date of Marriage - April 26, 1916; Clergy - J. S. Gregg

 

Notes for JAMES H. MITCHELL:

 

1871 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

James, son of William Mitchell: born in NB; Presbyterian; 11 years of age. James' father William was recorded as a widower.

Before James was married, he is listed in the 1891 Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County, living in the same household as his sister Elizabeth and his brother John (a widower) and John's children. James was listed as the head of the household so it is likely that they were living in the original Mitchell homestead.

New Jerusalem Methodist Burial Records, File 02, Base Gagetown Community History Association:

Entry # 355: James Mitchell, Clones, age 75, died of heart disease on November 20, 1935; Date of Burial - November 21, 1935; Place of Burial - Clones.

Microfilm F8087, New Brunswick Archives: Burials on the Jerusalem Circuit, County of Queens:

James Mitchell; Age 75; Birthplace - Clones; Date of Birth - April, 1860; Date of Death - November 20, 1935.

 

Notes for MAUD ELIZABETH MCCULLUM:

 

Microfilm F15581, Item # 2341, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage: Registration Division of Saint John

Bridegroom: James Mitchell; age 35; residence - Petersville, Queens County; born in Petersville; bachelor; occupation - farmer; religion - Presbyterian; parents - William and Jane Mitchell

Bride: Maud McCallum; age 21; residence - Petersville, Queens County; born in Petersville; spinster; religion - Methodist; parents - Samuel and Mary McCallum; witnesses - Alex Moore & Mabel Rolston

Date of Marriage: October 27, 1896

1901 NB Census:

Mary (Maud), wife of James H. Mitchell, born June 25, 1875.

Following her husband James' death in 1935, Maud and their sons, Ernest and Harry, continued to farm on the original Mitchell property. In 1953 when the Federal Government expropriated their land for the Camp Gagetown training area, they moved to Rusagonis where they farmed for six years.

Newspaper Items:

MITCHELL: At her home, Rusagonis, N. B., Thursday morning, July 10, 1958, Mrs. Maud Elizabeth Mitchell, aged 83 years, widow of the late James H. Mitchell.

Death Occurs At Rusagonis

The death of Mrs. Maud Elizabeth Mitchell, 83, widow of James H. Mitchell, occurred Thursday at her home in Rusagonis. She was born at North Clones, Queens County, where she resided most of her life. Mrs. Mitchell had resided at Rusagonis for the past five years. She was a member of the United Church of Canada and was a respected resident of the community. She is survived by two sons, Harry and Ernest, both at home, three daughters, Mrs. Harry Kerr and Mrs. Walter Kerr, both of South Walpole, Mass., and Mrs. Everett Graham of Sussex. Ten grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and one nephew also survive. The body is resting at the home in Rusagonis, where the funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Ronald Smith officiating. Interment will be in Rural Cemetery Extension.

 

Notes for MARY JANE LUCINDA MITCHELL:

Vital Statistics Records, RS 141 A2/1, New Brunswick Archives:

Mary Jane Lucinda Mitchell, daughter of James Mitchell and Maud McCullum: born 10-09-1897; Clones

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives : Baptisms on the Jerusalem Circuit, County of Queens:

Mary Jane Lucinda Mitchell, daughter of James. H. and Elizabeth Maud Mary Mitchell, born September 10, 1897; baptised June 4, 1903.

Microfilm F8087, New Brunswick Archives: Marriages on the Jerusalem Circuit, County of Queens:

Date of License: May 10, 1927; Date of Marriage: June 1, 1927

Bridegroom: Harry Kerr; Age 28; Bachelor; Residence - Clones; Born in Clones; Religion - United Church; Father - Baniford Kerr; Mother - Katie McKinney

Bride: Mary Lucinda Mitchell; Age 29; Spinster; Residence - Clones; Born in Clones; Religion - United Church; Father - James Mitchell; Mother - Maud McCallum

Newspaper Item, March, 1984:

KERR - Of Walpole, March 23, 1984, Lucy M. (Mitchell) Kerr, Wife of the late Harry Kerr, Sister of Harry Mitchell of Lincoln, N. B., Canada, and Blanche Kerr, of Walpole. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held in the United Methodist Church at South Walpole, 1886 Washington St., Walpole, Tuesday, March 27 at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours will be held in the John L. Keeling & Son Funeral Home, 8 Front St. (on the Common), Walpole, Mon. 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Late member of United Methodist Church at South Walpole and the Lodema Rebecca Lodge. Interment Terrace Hill Cemetery, South Walpole.

 

Notes for HARRY M. KERR:

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism

Harry Melville Kerr, son of Brantford and Mrs. Kerr; Residence - Clones; Born - September 13, 1898; Baptised in Clones on January 12, 1899

Note: 'Baniford' was spelled several different ways in various records: Baniford; Brantford; Banniford

1901 NB Census, Parish of Petersville:

KERR; Brantford - Head of Family; Farmer; Wife - Catherine; Methodist; Son - Harry, born 13 September, 1898, age 2;

Son - Sheldon; John - Father; Eliza - Mother

Harry and Lucy lived in Walpole, Mass., USA.

Newspaper Item, 1970:

Harry M. Kerr

A former Clones, Queens County man, Harry M. Kerr, has died at Norwood Hospital, Norwood, Mass. Mr. Kerr was a son of the late Baniford M. and Catherine (McKinney) Kerr. He moved to Walpole, Mass. 41 years ago. He was 72 years of age at the time of his death. A self-employed dairy farmer for over 30 years in the Walpole area, Mr. Kerr was active in the affairs of the South Walpole United Methodist Church, and in Reliance Lodge No. 137, IOOF. He is survived by his wife, the former Lucy Mitchell; one brother, Walter B. of Walpole; three sisters, Mrs. Maxwell Douglass of Brookline, Mass. and Mrs. Warren Hurd and Mrs. Ellsworth Hurd, both of Walpole and several nieces and nephews. Funeral service and interment took place in South Walpole.

 

Notes for SAMUEL WILLIAM ERNEST MITCHELL:

Vital Statistics Records, RS 141 A2/1, New Brunswick Archives:

Samuel William Mitchell, son of James Mitchell and Maud McCullum: Born 05-12-1899; Clones.

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Baptisms on the Jerusalem Circuit, County of Queens:

Samuel William Ernest Mitchell, son of James. H. and Elizabeth Maud Mary Mitchell; Born December 5, 1899; Baptised June 4, 1903.

Ernest never married. When the Federal Government expropriated their land in 1953 for part of the Camp Gagetown training area, Ernest moved with his mother and his brother Harry and family to Rusagonis where they continued to farm. He moved to Lincoln in 1959.

Newspaper Items, February, 1960:

MITCHELL - At Saint John, Feb. 29, 1960, Ernest S. Mitchell, of Lincoln, York County, N. B., survived by one brother and three sisters.

Ernest S. Mitchell Dies After Illness

Fredericton - Ernest S. Mitchell, 60, of Lincoln died at Saint John on Monday after several weeks illness.

Mr. Mitchell was born at Clones, Queens County, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James H. Mitchell and lived at Rusagonis prior to moving to Lincoln eight months ago. He was a member of the United Church of Canada. He is survived by one brother, Harry J., Lincoln; three sisters, Mrs. Harry King and Mrs. Walter Kerr, Walpole, Mass.; Mrs. Everett Graham, Sussex. The body will rest at his home until Thursday noon when it will be taken to the United Church where it will rest until the hour of service at 2 o'clock. Rev. Ronald Smith will officiate. Interment will be in the rural cemetery.

 

Notes for SARAH JANE MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826): Sarah Jane Mitchell, daughter of John and Mary Mitchell, born January, 3, 1873; baptised December 7, 1873.

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Sarah J. Mitchell, daughter of John and Mary Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 8 years.

Sarah was 10 years of age when her mother died.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Sarah J. Mitchell, daughter of John Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 17 years.

 

 

 

Notes for MARGARET LETITIA MAY MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Margaret Letitia May Mitchell: born December 18, 1878; baptised October 9, 1880.

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Margaret L. Mitchell, daughter of John and Mary Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 2 years.

Margaret was 4 years of age when her mother died.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Maggie Mitchell, daughter of John Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 13 years.

1901New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Maggie is listed as living with her father John Mitchell and her siblings, Mary, William Benjamin and Josephine.

Microfilm F19353, # 22824, New Brunswick Archives:

Records of Deaths:

Margaret Quigley; Residence - 203 Metcalf St., St. John, NB; Years Lived in St. John - 40; Born - Queens County, NB; Age - 60 years, 6 months, 14 days; Husband - John F. Quigley; Father - John Mitchell; Father's birth place - Ireland; Mother - Mary E. Johnson; Mother's birth place -Queens County, NB; Date of death - July 2, 1939; Informant - John F. Quigley, Husband; Place of burial - Greenwood Cemetery; Date of burial - July 5, 1939

Item from the 'Telegraph Journal, Saint John, NB, July 4, 1939, Page 5:

Death

QUIGLEY - At the Saint John General Hospital on July 2, 1939 Margaret L. M. Quigley, 203 Metcalf Street, leaving her husband, six sons, two daughters and two sisters. Body resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, where funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 2:00 p. m. Interment at Greenwood Cemetery.

Notes for JOHN F. QUIGLEY:

Newspaper Items, Saint John, January, 1948:

QUIGLEY - At the Lancaster Hospital on Jan. 30, 1948, John F. Quigley, aged 72 years, only son of the late Peter and Annie Quigley, of Summerside, P. E. I., survived by six sons, two daughters and several grandchildren, nephews and nieces.

JOHN F. QUIGLEY DIES IN HOSPITAL

Many friends in Saint John and the surrounding district will regret to learn of the death of John F. Quigley which occurred yesterday at the Lancaster Hospital following a brief illness. Mr. Quigley was for many years prominent in the trucking business in Saint John, and for the past two years had been engaged in farming in Armstrong's Corner, Queens County. He was a member of the Salvation Army for 38 years. Born in Summerside, the only son of the late Peter and Annie Quigley, he left there 48 years ago to make his home in Saint John. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Alfred Paley, Little River, and Mrs. Ernest Barton of this city; six sons, John F., Frank W., Charles K., and Harry, all of this city, and William W. and Kenneth, Armstrong's Corner. Also surviving are several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. The body is resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, where the funeral will be held Monday with service at 2 p. m. Entombment will be in Fernhill Cemetery.

 

Notes for JOHN F. QUIGLEY:

Newspaper Item, June, 1977:

Former Police Chief Mourned

The death of John F. Quigley of 74 Stanley Street, a well known resident and police officer, occurred Saturday at the Saint John General Hospital after a period of failing health. Born in Saint John, son of the late John F. and Margaret (Mitchell) Quigley, he had been a lifelong resident of the city area. He served as chief of police in Black's Harbour and East Saint John and as an Inspector with the Saint John Police Department before his retirement. He was a member of the Edith Avenue Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, one daughter, three brothers, Frank, Saint John; Charles, Clifton Royal; and Raymond, Nerepis; one sister, Della, Mrs. Alfred Pailey, Bonney Road, Kings County, several nephews and nieces. Resting at Brennan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, from where the funeral will be held Wednesday with service at 10:30 a. m. Interment will take place in Greenwood Cemetery.

 

Notes for C. RAYMOND QUIGLEY:

Newspaper Item, February, 1989:

QUIGLEY - Unexpectedly at the Saint John Regional Hospital on Tuesday, February 21, 1989,

C. Raymond Quigley of Nerepis, Kings County, son of the late John and Margaret (Mitchell) Quigley; survived by one brother, Charles, of Whitehead, Kings County; several nephews and nieces. Resting at Brennan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, from where the funeral will be held on Friday at Brenan's Chapel with service at 3:15 p. m. Interment will take place in the Greenwood Cemetery in the spring.

 

Notes for WILLIAM BENJAMIN MITCHELL:

 

1881 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Benjamin Mitchell, son of John and Mary Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 2 months in 1881.

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

William Benjamin Mitchell, son of John and Mary Mitchell, born January 16, 1881; baptised April 18, 1882.

Benjamin was 2 years of age when his mother died.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Benjamin Mitchell, son of John Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 10 years in 1891.

Benjamin and Stella lived in Kingsley, NB.

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

William Benjamin Mitchell of Clones: died of cancer November 18, 1935 at age 54; buried in St. Peter's Church Yard, Headline.

Newspaper Item, November, 1935:

MITCHELL - At his residence, Clones, Queens County, on Nov. 23, 1935, William Benjamin Mitchell, after an illness of four years, leaving to mourn his wife, three daughters, two sons and four sisters. Funeral Monday at his home at 2 o'clock. The body will be taken to Headline for internment.

NB Cemeteries On Internet:

Headline Anglican Church Cemetery

Stella Mitchell

1897-1991

W. Benjamin Mitchell

1881-1935

Notes for STELLA MAY DRUMMOND:

Following William's death in 1935, Stella and their sons Johnny and Allen continued to farm until 1953 when their land was expropriated for part of the Camp Gagetown training area. They then moved to Kingsley, N. B. Stella and Johnny lived together until he predeceased her and then she lived with her daughter Mary McFarlane until her death in 1991.

Newspaper Item, December, 1991:

Stella M. Mitchell, of R. R. No. 7, Royal Road, and formerly of Clones, Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, died Sunday, Dec. 1, 1991, at Stanley Hospital. She was 94. Born in Victoria Settlement, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Ida May (Nealy) Drummond. She was a member of the Anglican Church. She is survived by one son, Allan R. Mitchell and his wife, Joan, of Fredericton; two daughters, Mrs. William H. MacFarlane (Mary) of Fredericton and Mrs. Harold Pitt (Bertha) of Toronto; three brothers, John W. Drummond of Saint John; Burden D. Drummond of Tracy and Perley Drummond of Fredericton Junction; four sisters, Mrs. John Piers (Lena) of Hampton. Mrs. Lewis Mitchell (Sadie) of Newport, Me.; Mrs. Philip Touchbourne (Hazel) of Saint John and Mrs. Freeman Doyle (Edna) of Fredericton Junction; six grandchildren, Alex MacFarland and Wayne Pitt, both of Toronto; Robert B. Mitchell of Fredericton; Kenneth Smith of Shubenacadie, N. S.; Edith Perley of Prince Albert, Sask.; and Elsie Morehouse of Saint John; 10 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents; her husband, William Benjamin (Benny) Mitchell; a son, John B. Mitchell; a daughter Lena Smith; a grandson, Harold Pitt; five brothers and one sister. The body is resting at Bishop's Funeral Home, 540 Woodstock Road. The funeral will be held at St. John's Anglican Church, Nashwaaksis, on Wednesday at 11 a. m. with Rev. Leonard J. Galey officiating. Interment will be made in the Headline Hill Cemetery at CFB Gagetown.

 

Notes for JOHN BENJAMIN MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

John Benjamin Mitchell, son of William Benjamin and Stella May Mitchell: born June 29, 1920; baptised May 27, 1921.

Johnny and his brother Allan lived on their parent's farm where they farmed and cut lumber until 1953 when the Federal Government expropriated their land for part of the Camp Gagetown training area. Mrs. Mitchell moved with Johnny and Allan to Kingsley, N. B. Johnny was never married. He and his mother lived together until he predeceased her.

Newspaper Items, April, 1977:

John B. Mitchell Dies In Hospital

John Benjamin Mitchell, 56, of Kingsley, died Thursday, April 28, 1977 in the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. Born in Clones, Queens County, Benjamin Mitchell was a farmer. He was a member of the Anglican Church. Mitchell is survived by his mother, Mrs. Stella Mitchell, Kingsley; a brother Allan, Kingsley; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Pitt, Toronto, and Mrs. William MacFarlane (Mary), Fredericton; several nieces and nephews. The body is resting in the Bishop's Funeral Home, 540 Woodstock Rd., from where it will be taken Sunday to the St. John's Anglican Church for funeral service at 2 p. m. Rev. Arthur Gregg will officiate. Interment will be in the Douglas Rural Cemetery.

MITCHELL- In loving memory of John Benjamin Mitchell, who passed away April 28, 1977.

Mother, Brother, Sisters, Nieces, and Nephews

 

Notes for JOSEPHINE HELENA MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Josephine Helena Mitchell: born January 31, 1883; baptised May 2, 1883.

Josephine was six months of age when her mother died.

1891 New Brunswick Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Josephine Mitchell, daughter of John Mitchell: born in N. B.; Church of England; age 8 years.

Microfilm 15927, Item # 2600, at the New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage: Registration Division of Saint John City and County

Bridegroom: John S. Mallory (a second spelling "Mallery" was written above the name); age 29; Residence - Petersville, NB; Born in Petersville; Bachelor; Occupation - farmer; Religion - Methodist; Parents - Andrew Mallory, Margaret Wilson

Bride: Josephine Mitchell, age 22;

Residence - Petersville, NB; Born in Petersville; Spinster; Religion - Methodist;

Parents - John and Mary Mitchell

Witnesses - Mary E. Mitchell, St. John, NB and L. E. Thorne, St. John, NB

Clergy - R. Armstrong, Trinity Rector

Date of Marriage: July 10, 1907

Newspaper Items: 1947

MALLORY - At her home in North Clones on Oct. 13, 1947, Josephine Helena Mallory, at the age of 64, leaving to mourn one daughter, four sons, one sister. Funeral Wednesday at the Clones United Church with prayers at the residence at 2 p. m.

Mrs. John Mallory Is Laid To Rest

The funeral of Josephine P. Mallory, widow of John S. Mallory, was held from her home Clones, to the United Church in the village, where service was conducted by Rev. Reginald Brittain, assisted by Rev. Howard Christie and Rev. Kenneth Miller. Pallbearers were Medley Moore, Estey Derrah, Harry Mitchell, George Pettie, George Drummond and Ernest Mitchell. Many flowers were received and interment was in the cemetery at Clones. Born at Clones in 1883, Mrs. Mallory was a daughter of the late Mary and John Mitchell. She resided in Clones all her life and numbered among her friends residents of the entire district, by whom she will be greatly missed. Mrs. Mallory was a member of the Church of England and an active worker in church and community affairs. Surviving are four sons, Francis and Murray, Saint John; Lloyd and Raymond at home; one daughter, Mrs. Walter Livingstone, Hibernia; one sister Miss Mary Mitchell, Saint John. Her husband died four years ago.

 

Notes for JOHN STANLEY MALLERY:

John S. and Josephine (Mitchell) Mallery lived on a farm in North Clones. John was a farmer, stone mason and carpenter.

Newspaper Item: 1943

John S. Mallery - Friends were shocked to learn of the death of John Stanley Mallery who passed away suddenly at his home in North Clones. He was 65 years of age and leaves to mourn his wife, formerly Miss Josephine Mitchell, four sons, Francis G., with the R. C. C. S.; Murray, Saint John; Lloyd and Raymond at home and one daughter, Mrs. W. H. Livingston, Hibernia. Mrs. Kenneth Olsen, Saint John, is a niece. The funeral service was held Friday with prayers at the home following the service in the United CHurch conducted by Rev. R. J. Brittain, assisted by Rev. F. S. Crisp.

NB Cemeteries On Internet:

Clones United Church Cemetery

John S. Mallory

Born 1878

Died 1943

 

Notes for HAZEL MARY MALLERY:

Newspaper Item, December, 1990:

Hazel Mary Livingstone of McFarlane Road, Oromocto, died Sunday, Dec. 16, 1990, at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. She was 78. She was a long-time resident of Clones, Hibernia and Queenstown. Born at North Clones, she was the daughter of the late John Stanley and Josephina Helena (Mitchell) Mallory. She was a member of the Oromocto United Baptist Church and a life member of the Women's Missionary Society. She is survived by one brother Raymond Mallory and his wife Anne of Chatham; two sisters-in-law, Thelma of Hoyt and Zelda of Saint John; two nephews, Paul of Alberta and John of McFarlane Road and one niece Joan of Halifax. The body is resting at McAdam's Funeral Home, 160 York Street, Fredericton, with visiting hours today from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. and from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. The funeral service will be held at the Oromocto United Baptist Church on Wednesday at 2 p. m. with Rev. Norman Woodworth officiating. Interment will be in the Central Hampstead Cemetery.

 

Notes for WALTER HAVELOCK LIVINGSTONE:

Walter and Hazel lived in Hibernia until their property was taken over in 1953 by the Federal Government for the training area of Camp Gagetown. At the time of the expropriation they moved to Queenstown.

Newspaper Item: Ca. 1950

W. H. LIVINGSTONE

QUEENSTOWN - The death of Walter Havelock Livingstone occurred here. Born at Hibernia, a son of James Alfred and Alice Maude Nickerson Livingstone, he had resided there until a few weeks ago when he moved to Queenstown. Surviving are his wife, the former Hazel Mary Mallory of North Clones; his mother, Mrs. John Walker, Hampstead; one sister, Mrs. Eldon Dale, Queenstown; one brother, Bently W. Livingstone, Hampstead; one niece and two nephews. Funeral services will be held Thursday with prayers at the home at 2 p. m., followed by service at Queenstown United Baptist Church at 2:30 p. m. Interment will be in Central Hampstead Cemetery.

Newspaper Item: Ca. 1950

Walter H. Livingstone

Queenstown - The largely attended funeral of Walter H. Livingstone was held from the home here to the United Baptist Church with Lic. Reginald Hussey, McDonald's Point, conducting the service. Mrs. Gerald M. Holder was the organist. Pallbearers were John Gilbert, Sam Flewelling, James Cruikshank, Alvin Scott, Fred Lacy and Ford Ross. Among many floral tributes were pieces from the Baptist Ladies' Aid Society and the Women's Institute. Interment was in the Baptist Cemetery at Central Hampstead. Mr. Livingstone was a life-long resident of Hibernia until a few months ago when he and his wife moved to Queenstown. Besides his wife, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. John Walker, Hampstead; one sister, Mrs. Eldon Dale, Queenstown; one brother, Bentley W., Hampstead, and a niece and two nephews.

iv. LLOYD MALLERY, d. 16 September 1987; m. THELMA JEWETT.

Notes for LLOYD MALLERY:

Lloyd and Thelma lived on the original Mallery farm in Clones until it was expropriated in 1953 by the Federal Government for the Camp Gagetown training area, at which time they moved to Fredericton Junction.

Newspaper Item, September, 1987:

Lloyd H. Mallery

Lloyd H. Mallery, of Geary, died Sept. 16 at the Oromocto Public Hospital. Born in North Clones, Queens County, he was a son of the late John and Josephine (Mitchell) Mallery. He was a retired transportation department employee and had been Anglican by faith. He is survived by his wife, Thelma (Jewett) Mallery; one brother, Raymond Mallery of Napan; one sister Hazel Livingston of Oromocto; nieces and nephews. The body is resting at J. A. McAdam Funeral Home from where funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. with Rev. Ron Rippen officiating. Interment will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery.

 

Notes for MARGARET LETITIA HELEN CORBETT:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Margaret Letitia Helen Corbett, daughter of George and Isabel Corbett: born July 26, 1875; baptised January 8, 1876.

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Letitia, daughter of George M. and Isabella Corbett: born in NB; Weslyan Methodist; 5 years of age.

1901 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Lettie Corbett, daughter of George and Isabella Corbett, born in NB on July 26, 1875; Methodist; 25 years of age.

Microfilm F15908, Item # 2916, at the New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage: Registration Division of Queens County

Bridegroom: John B. Reid; age 39; residence - Summer Hill; born in Summer Hill; occupation - farmer; religion - Methodist; parents (not recorded)

Bride: Margaret Letitia H. Corbett, age 28; residence - Clones; religion - Methodist; parents - George M. and Isabella Corbett; witnesses - George Allingham, Annie Allingham, Gagetown, Queens County

Clergy - W. E. Johnson, Jerusalem

Date of Marriage: June 24, 1903

Newspaper Item, January 30, 1944:

DIES AT THE HOME OF HER DAUGHTER: Mrs. Letitia Reid Had Been Long Ill:

The death of Mrs. Letitia Reid occurred early Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Joynes, Grand Bay, after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Reid was highly regarded and will be missed by a wide circle of friends. She was the daughter of the late George and Isabel Corbett. Mrs. Reid was born at Clones, Queens County. She was the widow of John B. Reid, Summer Hill, Queens County and was a lifelong resident of Summer Hill. About one year ago she came to live with her daughter at Grand Bay. Mrs. Reid is survived by two daughters, Mrs. C. A. Marak, Shelton, Conn., and Mrs. John Joynes, Grand Bay; two sons, Manfred Reid of Saint John and George Reid of Summer Hill; one brother, George S. Corbett, Gagetown, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Olsen, Waterbury, Conn., and Mrs. George Cunningham, Gagetown. Funeral will be held from her former home at Summer Hill on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 1. Burial will be made in the Kirk Cemetery there.

 

Notes for EDNA MARIE REID:

Microfilm F14884: Queens County Birth Records; New Brunswick Archives:

Child: Marie Edna Reid

Place of Birth: Summer Hill

Date of Birth: January 10, 1915

Father: John Brown Reid; Farmer

Mother: Margaret Letitia Corbett

Newspaper Item:

1942

Joynes - Reid

A pretty wedding took place in St. Andrew's Kirk recently when Rev. J. Norrie Anderson united in marriage Edna Marie Reid, youngest daughter of Mrs. John Reid and the late Mr. Reid, Summer Hill, Queens County, and John Donald Joynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Joynes, Collina, Kings County. The church was decorated with tall palms and gladioli in pastel shades. Maurice McIntyre presided at the organ and played for the processional and Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin. The recessional was Mendelssohn's Wedding March. During the signing of the register Donald Corringham sang "Because".

The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Manfield Reid. She wore a gown of white satin on princess lines with train. The bodice had a sweetheart neckline, trimmed with seed pearls, long leg o' mutton sleeves pointed over the hands. She wore a finger-tip veil of tulle illusion. She wore a single strand of pearls, white satin slippers. and carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses and gypsophila.

The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Carl A. Marak, Laurel Heights, Shelton, Conn., who wore a long gown of shaded rose moire, with full skirt and short sleeves. Her slippers were white satin and she wore a tiara of sweetheart roses and carried an arm bouquet of sweetpeas and roses. Pte. Arthur Humphrey, R. C. O. C., Saint John, was groomsman. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Manfield Reid, 159 City Road. Later Mr. and Mrs. Joynes left by train for a wedding trip to points of interest in the province. For travelling the bride wore a brown wool crepe suit, beige coat, with brown accessories and a corsage of gladioli. Mr. and Mrs. Joynes will reside in Saint John for the present and will later make their home at Grand Bay. They received many gifts of silver, pyrex, linen and checks. many useful gifts were received from the staff of the T. Eaton Co. Ltd., Saint John, where the bride was employed. Out-of-town guests present at the wedding were Mrs. Carl A. Marek, Shelton, Conn., Mrs. Roy E. Johnson, Bristol, Conn., Mrs. Paul Lingley, Sussex; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Joynes, Collina; and Mrs. George McQueen, Cody's.

 

Notes for GEORGE SAMUEL CORBETT:

 

Microfilm F10239 - New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism

Child - George S. Corbett; Born - February 18, 1877; Baptised - May 27, 1877; Clergy - George B. Payson; Parents - George and Isabell Corbett; Residence - Clones; Occupation - Farmer;

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George S., son of George M. and Isabella Corbett: born in NB; Weslyan Methodist; 3 years of age.

1901 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

George S. Corbett, son of George and Isabella Corbett, born in NB on February 18, 1877; Methodist; 23 years of age.

Microfilm F16142, # 1680 - New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages, Saint John City and County

Bridegroom - George Samuel Corbett; Age 40; Residence - Gagetown, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Queens County; Bachelor; Farmer; Methodist; Parents - George and Isabel Corbett

Bride - Florence Ellen Day; Age 23; Residence - Gagetown, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - England; Spinster; Anglican; Parents - John and Margaret Day; Witness - Etta M. Bell; Date of Marriage - July 16, 1909.

Newspaper Item, 1956:

George S. Corbett- The death of George S. Corbett, 79, Mill Road, occurred at the Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, following a brief illness. He had been a well-known and highly respected resident of Gagetown for over 42 years and had been a mail contractor and farmer. He was born at Clones in 1877, a son of the late George and Isabell (Mitchell) Corbett, and had settled in Gagetown in 1915. He is survived by his wife, the former Florence Day, one son, John D. Corbett; two daughters, Miss Edith Corbett and Mrs. Byron C. Wile, Fredericton; one sister, Mrs. Charles Olsen, Waterbury, Conn; several nieces and nephews living in Canada and in the United States. The funeral was held at the J. A. McAdam Funeral Home, Fredericton, with service conducted by Rev. A. H. Moore, pastor of Wilmot United Church. Pall bearers were A. C. Haining, Byron C. Wile, Milton Kerr, George Day, Thomas Day and Ralph Brooks. Interment was in the Rural Cemetery Extension, Fredericton.

Notes for FLORENCE ELLEN DAY:

Excerpts From a Newspaper Item, Nov. 15, 1946:

Florence Day was born in London, England, the daughter of John and Emma (Osborne) Day. John Day served for 12 years on the Metropolitan Police Force in London, England and received Queen Victoria's Jubilee Medal and the Coronation Medal of King Edward VII. John and Emma Day emigrated to Canada in 1912 and resided in Gagetown where they were successfully engaged in farming.

Newspaper Item, October, 1979:

CORBETT - At the Oromocto Public Hospital, Oct. 13, 1979, Mrs. Florence Ellen Corbett, widow of George S. Corbett, Gagetown, survived by one son, two daughters, one granddaughter, one brother. Resting at J. A. McAdam Funeral Home, where service will be held Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Interment in Rural Cemetery Extension.

Newspaper Item, October, 1979:

Florence E. Corbett

Funeral service for Mrs. Florence Ellen Corbett, widow of George Samuel Corbett, of Gagetown, will be held at J. A. McAdam Funeral Home, Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. with Rev. Douglas Patstone officiating. Born in London, England, she was a daughter of the late John and Emma (Osborne) Day. She was affiliated with the Anglican Church. She is survived by a son, John Corbett, of Gagetown; two daughters, Mrs. George Fowler (Edith) of Brown's Flat, and Mrs. Byron Wile (Edna) of Fredericton; a granddaughter Grace Fowler, of Brown's Flat and a brother George Day of Gagetown. Interment will be in the Rural Cemetery Extension.

More About GEORGE CORBETT and FLORENCE DAY:

Marriage: 16 July 1909

 

Notes for EDNA ISABEL CORBETT:

Newspaper Item, September, 1981:

EDNA I. WILE - Edna Isabel Wile, 141 Leeds Drive, died Saturday at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. A native of Gagetown, she was the daughter of the late George S. and Florence (Day) Corbett. She was a member of Christ Church Parish Church and a member of the ACW. She is survived by her husband, Byron C. Wile; a brother John Corbett, of Gagetown; a sister, Mrs. George Fowler (Edith),of Brown's Flat and an uncle, George Day, of Gagetown. By request, there will be no visiting hours at the funeral home. Funeral services will be held at Christ Church Parish Church, Tuesday, at 2 p. m. with Rev. Canon H. G. Smith officiating. Following cremation, interment will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Christ Church Parish Church or the Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian Red Cross or the Canadian Cancer Society. The J. A. McAdam Funeral Home is in charge of arrangemen

 

Notes for ANNIE ISABELLA CORBETT:

1881 NB Census, Petersville Parish, Queens County:

Ann I., daughter of George M. and Isabella Corbett: born in NB; Weslyan Methodist; 2 years of age.

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

Annie Isabella Corbett: born September 14, 1878; baptised at Clones January 30, 1882, daughter of George and Isabella Corbett, George Corbett - Farmer; Residence - Clones; Clergy - R. Opie

Microfilm F14884: Queens County Birth Records; New Brunswick Archives:

Child: Annie Isabelle Corbett

Place of Birth: North Clones

Date of Birth: September 14, 1878

Father: George M. Corbett; Farmer

Mother: Isabelle Mitchell

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Circuit Register of Marriages:

George H. Allingham, Gagetown and Annie I. Corbett, Clones; Married on December 24, 1902 at Clones; Witnesses - John Reid, Letitia Corbett.

Newspaper Item, 1902:

MARRIED ON CHRISTMAS EVE - Mr. Geo. Allingham of this village was married at North Clones on Christmas Eve to Miss Annie Corbett, daughter of Mr. George Corbett. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's parents by the Rev. Wm. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Allingham arrived here on Christmas and have taken up residence in the Allingham cottage.

 

Notes for GEORGE HERBERT ALLINGHAM:

Gagetown Anglican Church Records, New Brunswick Archives: 1784 - 1901:

Baptism

Child: George Herbert Allingham; Born September 1, 1878; Baptised - October 16, 1879; Place of Baptism - Gagetown; Parents - George W. and Letitia Allingham

RS 141 A2/1 Vital Statistics; and Microfilm F14884, New Brunswick Archives

County Birth Registers

Child: George Herbert Allingham; Born - September 1, 1878; Place of Birth - Gagetown; Father - George William Allingham; Mother: Letitia Law

Microfilm F14884: Queens County Birth Records; New Brunswick Archives:

Child: George Herbert Allingham

Place of Birth: Gagetown

Date of Birth: September 1, 1878

Father: George William Allingham; Blacksmith

Mother: Letitia Law

More About GEORGE ALLINGHAM and ANNIE CORBETT:

Marriage: 24 December 1902

 

Notes for MARIE MATILDA CORBETT:

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

Marie Matilda Corbett: born November 13, 1881; baptised at Clones January 30, 1882, daughter of George and Isabella Corbett; George Corbett - Farmer; Clergy - R. Opie

Marie went to Boston to work as a young woman. She later moved to Connecticut where she met and married Charles who had emigrated from Sweden.

 

Notes for SUSANNA JANE ROLSTON:

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born July 15, 1869; Baptised September 14, 1870; Susanna Jane, daughter of Edward and Matilda Rolston; Edward's occupation - Farmer, Brokeneck

Microfilm F13659, Item # 2419, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage: Registration Division of Saint John City and County:

Bridegroom: Alex Moore; Age 23; Residence - Clones, Queens County, NB; Born in Clones; Bachelor; Occupation - common labour; Religion - Methodist; Parents: Abraham and Catherine Moore

Bride: Anna Rolston; Age 22; Residence - St. John, NB; Born in Kings County, NB; Spinster; Religion - Baptist; Parents - Edward and Matilda Rolston; Date of Marriage: December 14, 1891

 

 

Notes for BESSIE MYRTLE JANE LAW:

 

Microfilm F7826, New Brunswick Archives:

Baptism:

Born February 6, 1884; Baptised April 14, 1884; Bessie Myrtle Jane, daughter of Stewart and Jane Law; Stewart's occupation - Farmer

Newspaper Item: 1953 50 Years Together

Gagetown - Friends have been extending congratulations to a well-known Gagetown couple, Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert McKinney, who have observed their 50th wedding anniversary. All members of the family were present at the family residence in Gagetown for the observance. A chicken dinner was served at the long dining table, which was attractively decorated with gold and while streamers and centred with an anniversary cake adorned with golden wedding symbols. Mrs. McKinney wore a gown of black crepe with sequin trimming, and a corsage of yellow mums. Many congratulatory cards, gifts and a purse of money were received. The gifts were presented on behalf of the family by Edgar McKinney, who motored from Madawaska with his family for the occasion. During the evening, games were enjoyed and a buffet lunch was served at midnight.

John Herbert McKinney, son of the late John and Isabel McKinney, and Bessie Law, daughter of the late Stewart and Jane Law, were married at the home of the bride's parents in Lawfield in 1903 by Rev. James Spencer, rector of Gagetown, who walked out through a snowstorm to their home to perform the ceremony. The bride of fifty years ago wore a gown of fawn cashmere trimmed with white. The young couple were unattended. A reception was held afterwards for relatives and friends but deep snow prevented the wedding trip they had planned. Mr. and Mrs. McKinney took up residence on the McKinney farm in Gagetown where they have resided all their married life, building up a large and mixed farming business. They have three sons, Councillor Lloyd S. McKinney, Gagetown; Edgar McKinney, with the Fraser Companies, Ltd., Madawaska, Maine; and Gordon McKinney, associated with his father at their "Grove View Farm". There are three daughters, Mrs. Nellie M. Reid, Saint John; Mrs. J. F. Inch (Nora), Oak Point; and Mrs. Raymond Jones (Mary), Evandale. They also have 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The grandchildren are Ronald N. Reid, training in the R. C. A. F.; Miss Norma Reid, first year student at Mount Allison University; Mrs. Claude Moore and Miss Verna McKinney, Saint John; Clifford McKinney and Allen McKinney, Gagetown; Wendall, Dashia Lee and Ricky McKinney, Madawaska, Me.; James, Bonita and Barbara Inch, Oak Point; John, Faye and Brian McKinney, Gagetown. Both Mr. and Mrs. McKinney have always taken part in the work of St. John's Church, where the former was for many years a vestryman, and Mrs. McKinney, vice-president and secretary of the Senior W. A. Mr. McKinney has been interested in various agricultural organizations.

Newspaper Item, October, 1971:

McKINNEY - At the Oromocto Public Hospital, October 8, 1971, Mrs. Bessie McKinney, 88, wife of Herbert McKinney of Gagetown, Queens County, survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Nellie Thomas, Fredericton, Mrs. Jack Inch, Oak Point and Mrs. Raymond Jones, Evandale; three sons, Lloyd and Gordon, both of Gagetown, and Edgar, Madawaska, Me.; 7 granddaughters, 11 grandsons and 24 great-grandchildren. Resting at the residence until Monday afternoon when prayers will be held at 2

p. m. followed by service in St. John's Anglican Church at 2:30. Interment in the adjoining cemetery.

Notes for JOHN HERBERT MCKINNEY:

 

Herb was a farmer in Gagetown, NB until his retirement when his son Gordon continued to operate the farm.

Newspaper Item, November, 1976:

 

McKINNEY - At the Oromocto Public Hospital, October 31, 1976, Herbert McKinney, age 94 years of Gagetown, Queens County. Survived by three sons, three daughters, 18 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Resting at his residence, Gagetown, where prayers will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m., followed by funeral service at 2:30 p. m. in St. John's Anglican Church, Gagetown. Interment in adjoining cemetery.

Marriage Notes for BESSIE LAW and JOHN MCKINNEY:

Microfilm F15907, Item # 2491at the New Brunswick Archives:

Bessie Law married Herbert McKinney in Queens County on November 11, 1903.

 

Notes for LETITIA JANE MITCHELL:

1881 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Letitia, age 3 months, daughter of Robert W. and Margaret Mitchell.

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Letitia J., daughter of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born January 24, 1880; age 21; Church of England; Occupation - Servant.

Microfilm F15909, # 1546, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriages 1882-1901:

Registration Division of Saint John City and County

Bridegroom - Frederick Clarence Davis, Age 28; Residence - Fredericton Junction, Sunbury County, NB; Place of Birth - Fredericton Junction, NB; Bachelor; Occupation - Bookkeeper; Religion - Episcopal; Parents - George and Margaret Davis

Bride - Letitia Jane Mitchell, Age 23; Residence - Armstrongs Corner, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Lawfield, Parish Gagetown, Queens County, NB; Spinster; Religion - Church of England; Parents - Warren and Margaret Mitchell; Date of Marriage: September 28, 1904; Witnesses - Annie Kirkpatrick, St. John, NB and Mabel Mitchell, St. John, NB; Clergy: Rev. William O. Raymond, St. John, NB

Notes for MABEL MINA MITCHELL:

 

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Mabel, daughter of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born October 15, 1882; age 18; Church of England; Occupation - Servant

Microfilm F15939, Item # 2349, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage: Registration Division of Queens County

Bridegroom: Edmond Bell Vernon McCumber; Age 29; Residence - Saint John, N. B.; Born in St. Martins, N. B.; Bachelor; Occupation - railroad man; Religion - Methodist; Parents - William and May McCumber

Bride: Mabel Mina Mitchell; Age 27; Residence - Welsford, N. B.; Born in Welsford, N. B.; Spinster; Religion - Methodist; Parents - Warren and Margaret Mitchell; Witnesses - Annie E. Gough & Thomas W. Mitchell; Clergy - L. K. King, Welsford, N. B.

Date of Marriage: June 29, 1910

Newspaper Item, 1957:

Dies In Hospital in 75th Year

The death of Mrs. Mabel McCumber, widow of E. B. Vernon McCumber, 707 Manawagonish Road, Lancaster, occurred Wednesday, at the Saint John General Hospital. Mrs. McCumber was born at Armstrong's Corner, October 19, 1883, a daughter of the late Warren and Margaret (Law) Mitchell. She was interested in church activities, being a member of the Women's Missionary Society, the Women's Christian Temperance Union and a member of the Sunday School officials of St. Mark's Church, Lancaster. She is survived by one son, A. W. McCumber, Lancaster; one daughter, Mrs. J. M. Vanstone, Birchview Crescent, Toronto; five brothers, James Mitchell, Passekeag; Frederick Mitchell and Thomas Mitchell, Saint John; George Mitchell, Lancaster; and John Mitchell, Edmonton, Alta; seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The body is resting at Brennan's Funeral Home from where the funeral will be held today with service at 4 p. m. Interment will be in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery.

Notes for VERNON MCCUMBER:

Newspaper Item, May, 1957:

McCUMBER - At the Saint John General Hospital, on May 22, 1957, E. B. Vernon McCumber of 707 Manawagonish Road, Lancaster, survived by his wife, one son, one daughter, one brother, one sister, seven grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Resting at his residence from where the funeral will be held on Friday, with service at 4 p. m. Interment in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery.

 

Notes for THOMAS WILLIAM MITCHELL:

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Thomas W., son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born January 15, 1885; age 16; Church of England

Microfilm F15948, # 2865 - New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages, Saint John City and County

Bridegroom -Thomas William Mitchell; Age 26; Residence - Fairville, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB; Bachelor; Occupation - Electric Car Motorman; Church of England; Parents - Robert W. and Margaret Mitchell

Bride - Jessie May Duff; Age 27; Residence - Fairville, NB; Place of Birth - Fairville; Spinster; Church of England; Parents - John D. and Mary Ann Duff; Witnesses - George B. Mitchell, Fairville, NB and Alice Duff; Date of Marriage - November 27, 1912; Clergy - Walter P. Dunham, Fairville, NB

Newspaper Item, January, 1966:

MITCHELL - At the Convalescent Wing of the Saint John General Hospital, Jan. 9, 1966, Thomas W. Mitchell, husband of Jessie M. (Duff) Mitchell of 330 Prince Street, Lancaster, survived by his wife, one daughter, four brothers, three grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. Resting at the Calvin Funeral Home, 309 Lawrence Avenue, Lancaster until Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock when the body will be taken to the Church of the Good Shepherd, Lancaster, where service will be held at 2 p. m. Interment in the Good Shepherd Cemetery.

 

Notes for JESSIE MAY DUFF:

Newspaper Item, July, 1977:

MITCHELL - After a lengthy illness at Loch Lomond Villa, July 28, 1977. Jessie M. (Duff) Mitchell, formerly of 332 Prince Street, West Saint John, wife of the late Thomas W. Mitchell; survived by one daughter , three grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Castle Funeral Home, 309 Lancaster Avenue, until 10 a. m. Saturday, when the body will be taken to the Church of the Good Shepherd for funeral service at 11 a. m. Interment in Church of the Good Shepherd Cemetery.

 

Notes for MARGARET ANN MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records, New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Margaret Mitchell, daughter of Warren and Margaret Mitchell: born July 11, 1887; baptised April 3, 1888.

Note: Margaret's birth date in the 1901 Census varies with the one recorded in the church records. In a case like this, the church records are usually considered correct.

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Margaret, daughter of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born July 10, 1886; age 14; Church of England.

Margaret was always known as "Annie".

 

Notes for FREDERICK STEWART REID:

Item from 'The Saint John Globe', December 12, 1908, Page 5:

Death of Fred S. Reid

Mr. William Reid of Summer Hill, Queens County, on Tuesday, 8th inst. received a telegram conveying the sad news of the death of his brother Fred, the day before, at Peabody, Mass. after a short illness of abscess in the head. Mr. Reid was married and lived at Armstrong's Corner but had recently gone to work with his brother at Peabody during the winter months. The sad news was a severe shock to his young wife, who is almost prostrated with grief. Deceased was twenty-nine years of age and leaves a wife and infant daughter, also father and mother, three brothers and two sisters. The remains were accompanied home by Mr. Harry Donald and interred in the Presbyterian cemetery at Headline on Thursday, 10 inst. Rev. L. J. Leard officiated at the funeral services.

Headstone information: Headline Cemetery, Queens County, NB:

REID

In memory of

Frederick Stewart

Died Dec. 7, 1908

Aged 29 years

Son of Thomas and Mary Ann Reid

Marriage Notes for MARGARET MITCHELL and FREDERICK REID:

Annie married Frederick Stewart Reid in 1906.

Microfilm F15923, # 2861- New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages, Queens County:

Bridegroom - Frederick Stewart Reid; Age 26; Residence - Summer Hill, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Summer Hill; Bachelor; Farmer; Presbyterian; Parents - Thomas and Mary Ann Reid

Bride - Annie M. Mitchell; Age 19; Residence - Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner; Spinster; Church of England; Parents - Robert and Margaret Ann Mitchell; Witnesses - Mabel Mitchell, Saint John, NB and Annie Shaw, Saint John, NB; Date of Marriage - June 27, 1906; Clergy - S. Howard, 23 High Street, Saint John, NB.

Frederick Stewart Reid died in 1908.

 

Notes for WILLIAM BENEDICT LYON:

William Lyon's first wife, Alice Maud Barton, was born in 1869. Their children were:

Alice Beatrice Lyon (1893-1902)

Addie Pender Lyon (born April 2, 1896)

Twins Grace Barton Lyon & Hazel Anderson Lyon (born May 14, 1898)

Ralph Sturges Lyon (1899-1902)

Gladys Beatrice Lyon (born December 17, 1906).

Alice Maud Lyon died in 1907 at the age of 38 years.

William married Annie (Mitchell) Reid in 1913. Annie then became the mother of his four daughters. William and Annie had one child, a daughter, Ethel Margaret Lyon. All the living children were named in Annie's obituary.

Notes for JAMES STANLEY MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

James Stanley Mitchell: born June 15, 1888; baptised March 10, 1890.

1901 census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

James S., son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born June 24, 1888; age 12; Church of England

James and Annie lived in Armstrong's Corner for 38 years until the property was taken by the government for the Army Base. At that time they moved to Passekeag, NB. James was a farmer.

Newspaper Item, May, 1970:

Passekeag Man Laid To Rest

Funeral services for James S. Mitchell of Passekeag, Kings County, were held Monday from Reid's Funeral Home, Hampton. Mr. Mitchell died at his home last Friday. Born at Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, he was a son of the late Warren and Margaret (Law) Mitchell. For the past 16 years, he resided in Passekeag where he was engaged in farming until his retirement four years ago. He is survived by his wife, the former Annie Lindsay of Shirley, Queens County; one son Everett and one daughter, Miss Eva Lindsay, both at home; two brothers, Fred of Saint John and John of Woodstock, and several nieces and nephews. Interment was in Hampton Rural Cemetery.

Notes for ANNIE LINDSAY:

 

Annie was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lindsay of Shirley Settlement, NB.

Newspaper item, 1977:

Mrs. James Mitchell

The death of Mrs. Annie L. Mitchell, Bloomfield Station, widow of James Mitchell, occurred at her home. She was born at Shirley Settlement, Sunbury County, a daughter of the late Herbert and Nellie (Kimball) Lindsay. For the past 23 years she was a resident of Passekeag. She was a member of the Hampton United Church. She is survived by one son, Everett, and one daughter, Eva, both of Passekeag; two brothers, Hugh Lindsay, Rusagonis, and Thomas Lindsay, York Manor, Nashwaaksis; three sisters, Mrs. Sadie Wood, Oromocto; Mrs. Kenneth Mills, Centreville; and Mrs. Harry Foss, Niagara Falls, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held from Reid's Funeral Home, Hampton. Rev. Blair Colborne officiated, and the pallbearers were Cecil Wood, Kenneth Wood, Ivan Wood, Donald Lindsay, Charles Lindsay and David Mitchell. Entombment was in Hampton vault until spring when interment will be in Hampton Rural Cemetery.

Notes for GEORGE BELLMORE MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

George Bellmore Mitchell, son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born April 1, 1894; baptised July 30, 1894.

1901 census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

George, son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born April 1, 1894; age 7; Church of England

Microfilm F15963, # 2903: New Brunswick Archives: NB Marriages 1911 - 1919:

Saint John City and County:

Bridegroom - George Belmore Mitchell; Age 21; Residence - 48 Mecklenburg St., Saint John, NB; Place of Birth - Armstrong's Corner; Bachelor; Occupation - Carpenter; Church of England; Parents - Warren Mitchell and Margaret Law

Bride - Ethel Sparkes; Age 18; Residence - Edith Ave., East Saint John, NB; Place of Birth - Saint John, NB; Spinster; Methodist; Parents - Thomas Sparkes and Emily Anna Reid; Witnesses - Thomas W. Mitchell, Armstrong's Corner and Gertrude May Sparkes, East Saint John, NB.; Date of Marriage - November 24, 1915; Clergy - Rev. Wm. W. Malcolm, East Saint John, NB

Newspaper Item, January, 1968:

Funeral Held for G. B. Mitchell

Funeral service was held yesterday for George B. Mitchell, 160 Manawagonish Road, who died unexpectedly in Doctors' Hospital, Sarasota, Florida, following a brief illness. He was born at Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, son of late Warren and Margaret (Law) Mitchell and had lived the greater part of his life in Saint John. A master carpenter by trade, he conducted his own contracting business for nearly 40 years. Interested in the tourist business, he established the Eastern Motel, Manawagonish Road, about 15 years ago and operated it until he retired three years ago. Mr. Mitchell was a member of Saint John's Lodge No. 2 F and AM. An active church worker, he was a Sunday School Superintendent in the former Carmarthen Church. He later joined the former St. David's United Church where he served as an elder for a good many years. After establishing business at the Eastern Motel, he became a member of St. Mark's Church where he attended regularly until the time of his death. For the last few years Mr. Mitchell and his wife spent the winters in Sarasota, Florida. He is survived by his wife, Ethel Mitchell; one daughter Mrs. Frank D. Wanamaker; two granddaughters, Mrs. Robert W. Capson, and Mrs. John E. Biddle; one grandson David Wanamaker; a great-grandson, Steven Biddle, all of Saint John; three brothers, James Mitchell, Passekeag, John Mitchell, Woodstock, and Fred Mitchell of Saint John, as well as a number of nieces and nephews. The funeral was held from Brennan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, with service conducted by Rev. K. M. Findley. Pallbearers were George B. Bonnell, V. W. Moore, H. Martin, A. C. Regan, Lorne MacLeod, C. Eldon Gibbon. Interment took place at Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery.

Notes for ETHEL SPARKES:

Newspaper Item, April, 1987:

MITCHELL - At St. Joseph's Hospital on Saturday, April 18, 1987, Mrs. Ethel Mitchell of Roch Maura Nursing Home ; wife of the late George B. Mitchell; survived by one daughter, one sister, three grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. A private family service was held at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, on Tuesday at 2:15 p. m. Interment took place at Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery.

Notes for JOHN ALEXANDER MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

John Alexander Mitchell, son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell, born April 6, 1896; baptised January 25, 1897.

1901 Census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

John, son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born April 6, 1896; age 5; Church of England

Excerpts on John's life have been taken from an interesting life story written by Dorothy Mitchell about her father. John was born at Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, NB. He served in the First and Second World Wars. He travelled West after the First World War where he met his future wife, Hilda Moon, who was born in Orillia, Ontario. They were married in 1925 and moved to Detroit, Michigan, USA. Following the birth of their second son, they moved to Bezanson, Alberta and a short time later they moved to Huallen where John worked for the United Grain Growers. Following the birth of their next two children, John purchased a farm at Bezanson. Another child was born, this time delivered by a nurse at home as the hospital was quarantined for an outbreak of scarlet fever. John joined the Veteran Guards in 1941 and was stationed at Sarcee Base in the province, returning home two years later. He sold the farm in 1952 and moved to St. Albert. His wife died in 1960 and a son in 1962. Three years later, John returned to NB where he was a resident of Woodstock and Meductic for twelve years. His second wife was Beatrice Clarke. He died on November 3, 1979 at the age of 83 years and is buried in the Field of Honor at the Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, NB.

Newspaper Item, November, 1979:

JOHN MITCHELL - Woodstock - The death of John A. Mitchell, husband of Beatrice (Clark) Mitchell, occurred at the Carleton Memorial Hospital, Woodstock. He had been a resident of Woodstock and Meductic for the past 12 years. Mr. Mitchell was born at Armstrong Corner, Queens County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mitchell. He served in the First and Second World Wars and was wounded at Passchendaele. Mr. Mitchell travelled West after the First World War and remained there for forty years. He was a farmer for a short time and later worked for the Federal Governnment. After retirement he returned to New Brunswick . He was a member of the United Church of Canada. He is survived by his wife, a brother Fred of Hampstead, two daughters, Joyce Pazuik and Dorothy Johnson, and two sons Robert and Jack, all of Edmonton, Alberta; two step-sons, Percy Clark and Robert Clark, one step-daughter, Mrs. John Flewelling (Edna) all of Saint John; grandchildren and great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. The funeral service was held at DeWitt's Funeral Home, Woodstock, conducted by Rev. Edward Scott, assisted by Rev. Clinton Dunfield. Mrs. Allister Cameron was the soloist. The interment was made in the Field of Honor at the Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John. Rev. Scott conducted the service at the grave. Pallbearers were Percy Clark, John Flewelling, Bunny Flewelling, John Melanson, Norman Stanton and Mr. Buchanon.

Notes for BEATRICE CLARKE:

Newspaper Item, June, 1985:

MITCHELL - At the Saint John Regional Hospital on June 21, 1985, Mrs. Beatrice (Clark) Mitchell of the Loch Lomond Villa, widow of Robert Clark and widow of John Mitchell; survived by two sons, one daughter, one half-sister, seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row. Funeral will be held from Brenan's Chapel on Monday with service at 10 a. m. Interment in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery. Visitation from 7-9 p. m. on Saturday and 2-4 and 7-9 on Sunday.

Notes for FREDERICK MELBOURNE MITCHELL:

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Frederick Melbourne Mitchell: born December 30, 1898; baptised April 3, 1899.

1901 census, Parish of Petersville, Queens County, New Brunswick:

Frederick, son of Warren and Margaret Mitchell; born December 30, 1898; age 2; Church of England

Newspaper Item, January, 1981:

At the Saint John Regional Hospital (Western), Jan. 29, 1981, Frederick Melbourne Mitchell, husband of the late Doris May (Queen) Mitchell of Hampstead, Kings County; survived by one son, two daughters, seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, from where the funeral will be held from Brenan's Chapel Saturday with service at 10 a. m. Rev. Dr. Arthur Long will officiate. Interment in the Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery.

Notes for DORIS MAY QUEEN:

Newspaper Item, March, 1976:

Mrs. Frederick Mitchell

The death of Mrs. Doris M. Mitchell, 133 Broad Street, Saint John, wife of Frederick Mitchell, occurred at the Saint John General Hospital after a period of failing health. Born at Armstrong's Corner, Queens County, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Lottie (Kearnes) Queen. She was an adherant of Centenary-Queen Square United Church. Surviving besides her husband are a son, Malcolm, Moncton; two daughters (Marie) Mrs. Vernon Rathburn and (Faye) Mrs. Donald Cormier, both of Saint John; a brother Bertram Queen, Golden Grove; two sisters, Mrs. Eileen Murphy, Ononette, and Mrs. Audrey Smith, Ingleside; seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The body rested at Brennan's Funeral Home from where the funeral was held. Interment was in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery.

Notes for AGNES PEARL MITCHELL:

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Baptisms on the Jerusalem Circuit, County of Queens:

Agnes Pearl, daughter of James. H. and Elizabeth Maud Mary Mitchell, born August 3, 1902; baptised June 4, 1903.

Newspaper Item, August, 1982:

Pearl A. Graham - The death of Pearl A. Graham, widow of Everett Graham, occurred at Sussex Health Centre Aug. 16, 1982 after a brief illness. Born at Clones, Queens County in 1902, she was the daughter of James and Maude Mitchell. After her marriage, she made her home at Coote Hill until 1953 when she moved to Sussex. Mrs. Graham was a member of Harmony Lodge No. 176, L. O. B. A. Sussex and St. Paul's United Church, Waterford. She is survived by five daughters, Olive (Mrs. William Cruickshank), Walpole, Mass.; Lucy (Mrs. Charles Francis), Westfield; Helen (Mrs. Sydney Davidson), Jeffries Corner; Blanche (Mrs. Jerome Scott), Saint John; Jessie (Mrs. Eli Critchley), Hammondvale; one son, Eldon, Sussex Corner; one brother, Harry Mitchell, Lincoln; two sisters, Blanche (Mrs. Walter Kerr) and Lucy (Mrs. Harry Kerr), both of Walpole, Mass.; 20 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews, A brother, Ernest, predeceased her. The body rested at Wallace Funeral Home, Sussex. A special prayer service was held at the funeral home by Rev. Elaine Palmer, Tuesday afternoon and a service was held Tuesday evening at the funeral home by members of L. O. B. A. and

L. O. L. lodges. Rev. Douglas Woods held family prayer services at the home before the funeral service. The funeral service was held at St. John's United Church, Sussex Corner, Aug. 18. Rev. Elaine Palmer officiated and Rev. Douglas Woods, Mrs. Graham's nephew, assisted. The organist was Mrs. Albert Bunnell and the church choir sang "How Great Thou Art" and "Rock of Ages". Pallbearers were John Dunn, Earl Cunningham, Austin Armstrong, Clarence Otis, George Chambers and Edgar Anderson. Interment was in Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Sussex Corner. Prayers at the graveside were by Rev. Palmer and Rev. Woods.

Notes for EVERETT W. GRAHAM:

 

Everett was born at Headline, Queens County, son of Leiper and Albina Graham. Everett and Pearl made their home in at Coote Hill, Queens County, NB until 1953 at which time they moved to Sussex, NB when their property was expropriated for part of the Camp Gagetown Army Base.

Newspaper Item, June, 1977:

Everett W. Graham

The death of Everett W. Graham, Rockville, occurred suddenly on June 4, 1977 after a brief illness. He was born at Headline, Queens County, on Aug. 1, 1896, son of the late Leiper and Albina Graham. He resided in Queens County before his property was taken over by CFB Gagetown, when he became a resident of Rockville. He was a retired farmer. He is survived by his wife, Pearl (Mitchell); one son, Eldon, Sussex Corner; five daughters, Mrs. William (Olive) Cruickshank, Walpole, Mass.; Mrs. Charles (Lucy) Francis, Grand Bay; Mrs. Sidney (Helen) Davidson, Jeffries Corner; Mrs. Jerome (Blanche) Scott, Saint John; and Mrs. Eli (Jessie) Critchley, Hammondvale; three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Alley, Lancaster; Mrs. Pansy Pender, New Jersey; and Mrs. Thomas (Mildred) Woods, Nauwigewauk; 20 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Two brothers, Leverne and Venre, predeceased him. The funeral was held from St. John's United Church, Sussex Corner. Pallbearers were Eldon Buchanan, George Chambers, John Dunn, Austin Armstrong, Earle Cunningham and Alvin Hawkes. Friends were flower bearers.

Notes for HARRY JAMES MITCHELL:

 

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

James Henry Mitchell: born July 22, 1905, son of James and Elizabeth Maud Mary Mitchell; Baptised at Clones December 4, 1907; James Mitchell - Farmer; Residence - Clones; Clergy - L. J. Leard

James Henry Mitchell was always known as "Harry Mitchell".

Harry and Sarah Mitchell and daughters Maudie and Ruby lived in Clones, Queens County, N. B. When their property was taken over in 1953 by the Federal Government for the training area of Camp Gagetown, the family moved to Rusagonis where they farmed for six years, subsequently moving to Lincoln, N. B.

Newspaper Item, July, 1989:

Harry J. Mitchell

Harry J. Mitchell, 1715 Lincoln Road, died Thursday, July 20, 1989, at the Oromocto Public Hospital. He was the son of the late James and Maude (McCullum) Mitchell. A retired farmer and carpenter born in North Clones, Mr. Mitchell was affiliated with the New Maryland United Church. He also was a member of the Rusagonis LOL # 22. Mr. Mitchell is survived by his wife, Sarah L. (McKay) Mitchell; two daughters, Mrs. Allison Boyle (Maudie), New Maryland; Mrs. Glendon Phillips (Ruby), Fredericton; one sister, Mrs. Walter Kerr (Blanche), Walpole, Mass.; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. The body is resting at the J. A. McAdam Funeral Home, 160 York Street, with visiting hours Friday from 6-9 p. m. A service will be held at the J. A. McAdam Memorial Chapel on Saturday at 2 p. m., Rev. Bradley Little officiating, assisted by Rev. Douglas Woods. Interment will follow in the Rural Extension Cemetery.

Notes for SARAH LILLIE MCKAY:

Sarah was born in County Antrim, Northern Ireland and emigrated to Canada with her parents and siblings in 1928. They settled in New Jersalem, Queens County.

Microfilm F8087, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage

Groom: Harry James Mitchell, age 28; Residence - Clones; Birth Place - Clones; Religion - United Church; Father - James Henry Mitchell; Mother - Maude Elizabeth McCullum

Bride: Sarah Lillie McKay, age 20; Residence - Jerusalem; Birth Place - Northern Ireland; Religion - United Church; Father - Robert McKay; Mother - Elizabeth Robinson; Date of Marriage - September 6, 1933; Place of Marriage - Jerusalem; Witnesses - Ernest Mitchell and Mary McKay

Newspaper Item: September 24,1933

Mitchell-MacKay

Hampstead, Queens Co., Sept. 24 - A quiet wedding took place at the home of the bride's father on Sept. 6, when Miss Sarah L., daughter of Robert and the late Mrs. MacKay, Jerusalem, formerly of County Antrim, Ireland, became the bride of Harry James Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, Clones.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. Arthur Organ, pastor of the United Church of Jerusalem, under an arch of white and green with a white bell in the centre. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was becomingly gowned in blue, and carried a bouquet of gladioli and fern. The signing of the register was witnessed by Miss Mary MacKay, sister of the bride, and Ernest Mitchell, brother of the groom.

Immediately after the ceremony, refreshments were served, and the happy couple left for Clones, where they will make their home. For travelling, the bride wore a blue coat over her wedding dress, blue hat and grey shoes with purse to match.

Newspaper Item: February, 2000

MITCHELL, Sarah L.

The death of Sarah L. Mitchell of Lincoln, N. B. occurred at York Manor on Sunday, February 27, 2000. She came to Canada in 1928 from County Antrim, Northern Ireland, daughter of the late Robert and Elizabeth (Robinson) McKay. She was married to the late Harry Mitchell of Clones and they moved to the Fredericton area in 1953. She was a member of the New Maryland United Church. Sarah is survived by two daughters, Maudie Boyle of New Maryland and Ruby (Glendon) Phillips of Fredericton; five grandchildren, Cynthia (Tim) Cheek, Wayne (Liz) Boyle, Celena (Malik) Crepsac, Dwight (Mary Lee) Phillips and Roger (Robin) Phillips; also 14 great-grandchildren. Also survived by two sisters, Betty Fulton of Norton and Evelyn Jones of Petitcodiac; one brother, David (Donna) McKay of Saint John; several nieces and nephews. Resting at McAdam's Funeral Home, 160 York Street, Fredericton with visiting hours Monday, February 28th from 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Funeral service will be held from the J. A. McAdam Memorial Chapel on Tuesday, February 29 at 2:30 p. m., Rev. H. G. MacKenzie officiating. Honorary pallbearers will be Gerald Jones, Gary Jones, Edward McKay, Norman McKay, Steven McKay and Eldon Graham. Interment will take place in the Rural Cemetery Extension at a later date.

Notes for OLIVE BLANCHE MITCHELL:

 

Microfilm F10239, New Brunswick Archives: Jerusalem Circuit Records, Queens County, 1854-1958:

Olive Blanche Mitchell, daughter of James and Elizabeth Maud Mary Mitchell; Born August 23, 1907; Baptised at Clones December 4, 1907; James Mitchell - Farmer; Residence - Clones; Clergy - L. J. Leard

Microfilm F8087, New Brunswick Archives:

Marriage

Groom: Walter Baniford Kerr; Age - 25; Bachelor; Residence - Clones; Birth Place - Clones; Religion - United Church; Father - Baniford Kerr; Mother - Katie McKinney; Date of Marriage - October 1, 1930

Bride: Olive Blanche Mitchell; Age - 23; Spinster; Residence - Clones; Birth Place - Clones; Religion -

United Church; Father - James Mitchell; Mother - Maud McCullum

 

Notes for WALTER BANIFORD KERR:

 

Microfilm F14884, Queens County Birth Records, New Brunswick Archives:

Child: Walter Baniford Kerr

Place of Birth: Clones

Date of Birth: September 4, 1905

Father: Baniford Melvin Kerr; Farmer

Mother: Catherine McKinney

Walter Kerr and Blanche Mitchell were married in Clones, New Brunswick on October 1, 1930. They moved to South Walpole, Massachusetts, USA in 1937. He was a self-employed builder for 36 years.

Newspaper Item, 1983:

Walter B. Kerr, of Walpole - A funeral service is scheduled to be held on Saturday morning for Walter B. Kerr, 78, a 46-year Walpole resident, who died unexpectedly at the Norwood Hospital on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Born in New Brunswick, Canada, Mr. Kerr was a self-employed builder for 36 years. He retired 11 years ago. Mr. Kerr was a member of the Reliance Lodge # 137 I. O. O. F. and also belonged to the Walpole Grange and South Walpole Methodist Church. He was the husband of Blanche (Mitchell); father of Mrs. Angus (Alice) Reeley and Raymond W. Kerr, both of Walpole; brother of Maxwell Douglas of Brookline and Mrs. Warren Hurd of Walpole; also survived by seven grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. The service is scheduled for Saturday at 11 a. m. in the United Methodist Church of South Walpole, 1886 Washington St., Walpole. Visiting hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. in the John L. Keeling and Son Funeral Home, 8 Front St., Walpole. Burial in Terrace Hill Cemetery, South Walpole.

Item in Church Paper:

Our sympathy to Blanche, Alice and Ray on the death of Walter Kerr on October 26th at Norwood Hospital. Walter was a tower of strength to his family and not least to all his grandchildren whom he loved dearly. He was also a loyal churchman serving in many ways ever since he joined in 1938. All of us will miss his friendly Sunday greeting.

Notes for FRANK W. QUIGLEY:

Frank and Grace lived in Saint John, NB.

Newspaper Item, January, 1985:

QUIGLEY - After a lengthy illness, on January 20, 1985, at the St. John and St. Stephen Nursing Home, Frank W. Quigley of 129 Broad Street, Saint John, husband of Grace D. (Porter) Quiqley; survived by his wife, one daughter, three grandchildren, two brothers, one sister, several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Castle Funeral Home, 91 Leinster Street, from where the funeral will be held Wednesday at 11 a. m. Interment in the Greenwood Cemetery.

Notes for GRACE D. PORTER:

Newspaper Item, December, 1988:

QUIGLEY - After a brief illness on November 30, 1988, at the St. Joseph's Hospital, Mrs. Grace D. Quigley, of 129 Broad Street, Saint John, wife of the late Frank W. Quigley; survived by one daughter, Joan, Mrs. Robert Garvin, Saint John; three grandchildren, one great-granddaughter, several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Castle Funeral Home (Hillsley), 91 Leinster Street, from where the funeral will be held on Friday at 11 a. m. Interment in the Greenwood Cemetery. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9 p.m., Thursday 2-4, 7-9 p. m.

Notes for MARY EDNA MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Mary Edna Mitchell, daughter of William Benjamin and Stella May Mitchell: born April 13, 1914; baptised May 31, 1918.

Mary, her husband William and family lived in Nashwaaksis, N. B.

Notes for WILLIAM MACFARLANE:

Newspaper Item, June, 1977:

MacFARLANE - At his home, Royal Road, Fredericton R R 7, Friday, June 3, 1977, William H. MacFarlane. Survived by his wife Mary (Mitchell), one son Alex of Fredericton, one daughter Mrs. Gerald Perley of Saskatoon, a granddaughter Dyan Perley, a brother Douglas of Stevensville, Ont., a sister Mrs. Spencer Carlisle (Marjorie) od Douglas and several nieces and nephews. Resting at his home, Royal Road, the funeral will be held at the Nashwaaksis United Church with service Monday at 2 p. m. Rev. Fraser MacDonald will officiate and interment will be in the Douglas Rural Cemetery.

Notes for BERTHA MAY MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Bertha May Mitchell, daughter of William Benjamin and Stella May Mitchell: born September 1. 1918; baptised July 21, 1919.

Newspaper Item: 1940

Pitt - Mitchell

A marriage of interest to many friends in Saint John was solemnized in St. James Church on Jan. 31 when Bertha May, daughter of Mrs. Mitchell and the late Benjamin Mitchell of Clones, Queens County became the bride of Harold William Pitt, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Pitt, City Line, West Saint John. Ven. Archdeacon Dr. H. A. Cody officiated. Miss Elizabeth Hamilton presided at the organ and played the nuptial music. During the signing of the register Miss Margaret Ducey sang "Because". The recessional was "Mendelssohn's March". The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mary Mitchell and Edgar Cox was the groomsman. Given in marriage by her cousin, Frank Quigley, the bride wore a gown of aviation blue martinized velvet with a gored swing skirt and hat and shoes to match. She carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses and maidenhair fern. The bridesmaid's gown was of wine velvet with bustle back and had a shirred bodice. The bridesmaid's bouquet also was of American Beauty roses.

Both groom and groomsman are members of the Royal Canadian Engineers of the Canadian Active Service Force and were in uniform. A guard of honor composed of members of the Royal Canadian Engineers lined both sides of the pathway from the church to the bridal cars. The officers of the unit were the first to greet Mr. and Mrs. Pitt as they left the church and passed through their khaki clad guard of honor. The soldiers gave the bride and groom a hearty send-off in singing "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow". The popularity of the couple was also plainly shown in the many handsome gifts which they received from friends and members of their church, The military unit's gift was a well filled purse. Mr. and Mrs. Pitt will reside in West Saint John for the time being.

Note: Bertha, her husband and family made their home in Saint John. At the time of her brother's death, John Benjamin, in 1977, Bertha was living in Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for HAROLD W. PITT:

Newspaper Item, December, 1968:

PITT - In Toronto, Dec. 1, 1968, Harold W. Pitt, formerly of West Saint John, husband of Mrs. Bertha M. (Mitchell) Pitt and son of Mrs. J. Harold Pitt of Saint John West. Survived by his wife, his mother, maternal grandmother, two sons, one granddaughter, one sister, one brother, and several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Calvin Funeral Home (Fallsview), 309 Lancaster Avenue West, where service will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. Interment in Greenwood Cemetery.

Notes for LENA MILDRED MITCHELL:

 

Petersville Anglican Church Records at the New Brunswick Archives (Microfilm F7826):

Lena Mildred Mitchell, daughter of William Benjamin and Stella May Mitchell: born December 14, 1922; baptised July 26, 1925.

Lena and her husband and family lived in Saint John.

 

Notes for MURRAY WILLIAM MALLERY:

 

Murray and Zelda Mallery lived in Saint John.

Newspaper Item, July, 1972:

MALLORY - At the Saint John General Hospital on July 8, 1972, Murray W. Mallory, husband of Mrs. Zelda M. (Polley) Mallory of 81 Sandy Point Road; survived by his wife, two foster sons, one sister, three brothers, one niece and two nephews. Resting at the Calvin Funeral Home, 97 Leinster Street, Saint John where services will be held Tuesday at 3:30 p. m. Interment in Ocean View Memorial Gardens.

 

Notes for RAYMOND MALLERY:

 

Petersville Anglican Parish Christening Records:

Raymond Mallery, son of John and Josephine Mallery, North Clones: born January 2, 1930; baptised January 24, 1930.

Raymond joined the Air Force in 1953. He and Anne live in Chatham, NB.

41. GEORGE4 REID (MARGARET LETITIA HELEN3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) died 22 August 1984. He married FLORENCE MAHOOD.

Notes for GEORGE REID:

The Reid family moved to Kings County in January, 1954 after their property at Summer Hill, Queens County was expropriated for part of the Camp Gagetown Army Base.

Newspaper Item, August, 1984:

REID - At the Kiwanis Nursing Home on August 22, 1984, Mr. George T. Reid, formerly of Summer Hill, Queens County, New Brunswick; survived by three daughters, eight grandchildren, one sister, several nieces and nephews. Resting at the Wallace Funeral Home, 34 Sunnyside Drive, Sussex. Funeral service will be held from the Wallace Funeral Home Chapel on Friday, August 24 at 11 a. m. Interment in River Bank Cemetery, Norton.

Notes for FLORENCE MAHOOD:

Newspaper Item:

Nov. 28, 1936

Reid - Mahood

A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Main Street parsonage when Rev. W. R. Seeley united in marriage Miss Florence Edith Mahood, Coote Hill, and George Thomas Reid, Summer Hill. The bride looked charming in a dress of blue embroidered crepe, with coat, hat and shoes to match. In the evening, a large number gathered at the home of the bride for a charivari and dance. Refreshments were served. Music was supplied by "The Mountaineers". The happy couple will reside in Summer Hill.

Notes for SANDRA ISABELLE REID:

Sandra was killed when struck by a truck on Main St. in Sussex, NB in 1954 when she was 11 years of age.

Newspaper Item:

Sandra I. Reid

Sussex - The funeral took place here of Sandra Isabelle Reid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Reid of Newtown. Besides her parents she is survived by three sisters: Rose and Patricia at home; and Barbara, Saint John. Funeral services, held at Wallace Funeral Home, were conducted by Rev. E. Alan Reynolds, pastor of the United Church, Sussex Corner, assisted by Rev. G. N. Gillies, St. David's United Church, Saint John. A mixed quartet from St. Paul's United Church, Sussex, served as choir. Miss Florence Markham of Sussex Corner was organist. Grade 6 pupils of Sussex School attended services and preceded the coffin, carrying the flowers. They then marched to the school, where the remainder of the pupils were lined up on both sides of the street. Pallbearers were Douglas Corbett, Sussex; Harold Armstrong, Roachville; and Ronald and Eldon Graham, Rockville. Interment was at Riverbank Cemetery, Norton.

Notes for DELLA NELLIE ALLINGHAM:

Della was a widely known teacher in New Brunswick schools for many years.

Newspaper Item:

GRAHAM - At Kings County Memorial Hospital, Sussex, April 20, 1975, Della N. Graham of Dutch Valley, Kings County, widow of Levurn J. Graham. She was born at Gagetown, only daughter of the late George and Annie (Corbett) Allingham. She was a member of St. John's United Church, Sussex Corner, and also a member of the United Church Women and the New Brunswick Teachers Association. She was a widely known teacher in New Brunswick schools and had taught school at Sussex Corner for many years. She is survived by one son, Ronald Graham, Waterford; two daughters, Mrs. Douglas Arnold, Fair Vale, and Mrs. Frederick Targett, Quispamsis; 12 grandchildren, a bother Bruce Allingham, North Bay, Ont. died before her. Rev. Doug Woods, Sheet Harbor, N. S. conducted a prayer service at the home prior to the funeral held from St. John's United Church with Rev. N. R. Green officiating. Interment was made in Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery, Saint John. Pallbearers were Frank Walker, Ora Buchanan, Alvin Mallory, Austin Armstrong, Foster Cooper and Hillis Queen.

Notes for LEVURN J. GRAHAM:

GRAHAM - At the Saint John General Hospital on April 20, 1952, J. Levurn Graham of Coote Hill, Queens County, survived by his wife, one son, three daughters, and several nieces and nephews. Resting at the residence from where the funeral will be held on Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Interment in Coote Hill Cemetery.

Notes for LLOYD STEWART MCKINNEY:

Newspaper Item, May, 1987:

McKINNEY: Unexpectedly, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Saint John, on Friday, May 1, 1987, Lloyd Stewart McKinney, of 80 Golden Grove Road, Exhibition Park, formerly of Gagetown, husband of the late Olive (Wiggins) McKinney. Survived by two daughters, Anne (Mrs. Claude Moore) of Saint John; Verna (Mrs. Douglas Colwell) of Saint John East; two sons, Clifford and Allan of Hampton; two brothers, Gordon of Gagetown; Edgar of Madawaska, Maine; three sisters Nellie Thomas of Fredericton; Mrs. Nora Inch of Oak Point; Mary (Mrs. Raymond Jones) of Evandale; nine grandchildren; nine great-children; several nieces and nephews. The body rested at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, Saint John, from where a funeral service was held on Monday at 10:00 a. m. and was taken to St. John's Anglican Church, Gagetown, for a funeral service on Monday at 2:30 p. m. Interment took place in St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery.

Notes for OLIVE MARY WIGGINS:

Newspaper Item, July 22, 1968:

McKINNEY - Unexpectedly at the Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, Saturday, July 20, Olive Mary McKinney, daughter of the late Robert and Mary (McKay) Wiggins, survived by her husband, two daughters, two sons, four sisters, two brothers, several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Resting at her home, Gagetown, until today, July 22, when funeral services will be held at St. John's Anglican Church at 2 o'clock, preceded by a prayer at the home. Interment in the adjoining cemetery.

 

Notes for WILLIAM HERBERT FRANKLIN REID:

Newspaper Item:

William Reid, 3, Is Thrown From Run-away Team; Grandfather Badly Hurt:

Gagetown, N. B. - Oct. 15 - William Reid, three-and-one-half-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otty Reid, Gagetown, was killed instantly here this morning at 11 o'clock and his grandfather, J. Franklin Reid, Gagetown, a former sheriff of Queens County, was injured seriously when Mr. Reid's team of horses bolted and ran away. Mr. Reid had been cleaning up his yard and was hauling a load of debris when some object from the load became dislodged by the heavy prevailing wind and blew against the horses. Apparently startled, the horses dashed out of the yard, crashed into and broke off two telephone poles and threw Mr. Reid clear of the wagon. The boy continued to hold on to the side of the vehicle for some distance down the road until part of the wagon gave way and he was thrown into the ditch. He was killed instantly. Mr. Reid suffered a broken leg and injuries to his head and back and his condition tonight is regarded as serious. The boy was the youngest son on Mr. and Mrs. Otty Reid and besides his parents is survived by one brother, Ronald, and one sister, Norma. The funeral will be held from his parents' residence on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock to St. John's Church with the rector, Rev. J. Herbert Hoyt, conducting the services. Coroner Edgar B. Palmer, Hampstead, after investigating the accident decided that an inquest would not be necessary.

Death Record - Microfilm F19362, New Brunswick Archives:

Name: William Herbert Franklin Reid

Residence at time of death: Gagetown

Born: March 21, 1937

Died: October 15, 1940

Age at time of death: 3 years, 6 months, 24 days

Cause of death: Accident; Runaway team

Buried: St. John's, Gagetown, October 17, 1940

Father: Otty S. Reid; Born: NB

Mother: Nellie McKinney; Born: NB

Notes for NORA JANE MCKINNEY:

Newspaper Item:

About 65 friends of Oak Point and vicinity and of Saint John gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Inch, Oak Point, on Saturday evening to honour their son, John F. Inch, and his bride, the former Miss Nora McKinney of Gagetown.The evening was pleasantly spent in games and music. H. C. Palmer gave expression to the good wishes of those present and on their behalf presented to the honored guests a handsome clock with Westminster chimes and an electric toaster. They were also presented with gifts of silver from the pupils of Oak Point school where the bride had been a teacher for the last two years and from the Young Ladies Achievement Club of which she is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Inch thanked their friends for the good wishes and gifts. Refreshments were served by several of the young ladies under the convenership of Mrs. Leslie Brundage and Mrs. Faulds Jones.

Newspaper Item, October, 1984:

GORHAM - INCH - On October 19, 1984 at Saint James Anglican Church in Saint John, the marriage of Nora Jane Inch of Oak Point and George Edward Gorham of Glenwood and Florida, was solemnized. Rev. Wallace Corey officiated with Rev. Garth Maxwell assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Gorham will spend the winter in Florida.

Notes for JOHN FRANKLIN INCH:

Newspaper Item, November, 1980:

JOHN INCH - John Franklin Inch, husband of Nora Jane (McKinney) of Oak Point, Kings County, died Friday at the Saint John Regional Hospital (Central) after a period of failing health. Born at Oak Point, son of the late James N. and Phoebe (Boyer) Inch, he had been a life-long resident of the area, where he owned and operated a general store. A member of the Wesleyan United Church, Brown's Flat, Mr. Inch served as a trustee of the School Board for many years and was well-known for his contribution to community affairs. He is survived by his wife, one son, James H. of Rothesay; two daughters (Bonita) Mrs. Allan Short of St. Stephen and Miss Barbara M. Inch of Gondola Point; one sister, Mrs. Mary Thornton of Transvaal, South Africa; one brother, Robert V. of Brandon, Manitoba; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. The body is resting at his late residence at Oak Point. The funeral will be held from the Wesleyan Church, Brown's Flat on Sunday with service at 2:30 p. m. Rev. John James will officiate. Interment will take place in the adjoining cemetery. Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row is in charge of arrangements.

 

Notes for J. GORDON MCKINNEY:

Gordon and Rachael lived in Gagetown, NB.

Newspaper Item, January, 1999:

The death of J. Gordon McKinney occurred unexpectedly on January 11, 1999 at the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, Fredericton. Born in Gagetown, where he resided his entire life, he was the son of the late Herbert and Bessie (Law) McKinney. He worked all his life on the family farm in Gagetown. He was predeceased by one sister, Nellie Thomas and by two brothers, Edgar and Lloyd. He is survived by his wife Rachael (Preston) McKinney; one daughter Faye Pawlik (Ronald) of Tamworth, Ontario; three sons, John (Marilyn) of Gagetown, Brian (Gwen) of New Maryland and Frank (Sheila) of Bathurst; 10 grandchildren, June, Eric, Jason, Wells, Joy, Shawn, Justin, Josh, Megan and Matthew; two sisters, Nora Mitchell of St. Stephen and Mary Jones (Raymond) of Evandale; nieces and nephews. Resting at the Oromocto Funeral Home where the family will receive visitors on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. The funeral service will be held at St. John's Anglican Church, Gagetown on Thursday, January 14, 1999 at 2:00 p. m. with Rev. Gerry Laskey and Rev. Ron McBrine officiating. Pallbearers will be Neil Perry, Ken McCorkle, Robert Moore, Russell London, Wilfred Hiscock and Hazen Underhill. Interment will take place in the church cemetery. Funeral arrangements under the care of the Oromocto Funeral Home.

 

Notes for MARY ISABELL MCKINNEY:

Newspaper Item:

1950

Jones - McKinney

St. John's Church, Gagetown, was the scene of a wedding of interest on Saturday afternoon when the rector, Rev. Herbert J. Hoyt, solemnized the marriage of Mary Isabell McKinney, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert McKinney, and Raymond Brundage Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Faulds Jones of Upper Greenwich. Fragrant white syringa, rose peonies and fern made an effective background for the ceremony. White satin bows, holding sprays of pink rosebuds and fern marked the guest pews. The bridal party entered the church as the choir sang the wedding hymn. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white bridal satin in two-piece effect, with net yoke outlined with cut work. The same trimming ornamented the peplum and long tight sleeves. Her finger-tip veil of tulle illusion fell from a Mary Stuart coronet outlined with orange blossoms. She carried an arm bouquet of American Beauty roses. Miss Norma Reid, niece of the bride, was her attendant, wearing a gown of robin's egg blue sheer, made with shirred bodice and sweetheart neckline. Her halo headdress was of matching blue net, and she carried a colonial bouquet of pink sweetpeas and roses, tied with rainbow ribbons. Glenn Bird, Moncton, brother-in-law of the groom, was groomsman. The ushers were Gordon McKinney, brother of the bride, and Jack N. Inch, Oak Point, brother-in-law. Miss G. H. Gilbert was organist, and assisted by the choir, rendered nuptial music during the ceremony. A reception for about sixty guests followed at McKinney Hotel, where the decorations were in blue and white. Mrs. Herbert J. Hoyt and Mrs. Ivory McLean, aunt of the groom, Cumberland Bay, presided over the tea and coffee cups. Those assisting were Mrs. Lloyd S. McKinney, Mrs. Gordon McKinney, Mrs. Jack N. Inch, Miss Verna McKinney, Mrs. Kellie Reid, and Mrs. Alfred McDonald. Rev. Herbert J. Hoyt proposed the toast to the bride, to which the groom responded.

Mrs. McKinney, mother of the bride, wore navy and white crepe, printed in lace effect, with navy hat trimmed with white lace. Mrs. Jones, mother of the groom, was gowned in navy triple sheer with navy and white hat. Both wore corsages of red roses. Mr. and Mrs. Jones left on a motor trip to Virginia, where they will visit relatives of the groom. The gifts included a chest of silver from J. N. Inch, Oak Point, with whom the bride has been employed since graduating from Gagetown Grammar School six years ago. She was honor guest at showers and teas in Gagetown and Oak Point. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will reside at Central Greenwich.

 

Notes for ETHEL MARGARET LYON:

Microfilm F14884: Queens County Birth Records; New Brunswick Archives:

Child: Ethel Margaret Lyon

Place of Birth: Armstrong's Corner

Date of Birth: December 16, 1916

Father: William Benedict Lyon; Farmer

Mother: Annie Margaret Mitchell

Newspaper Item:

1940

Nickerson - Lyon - A quiet but very pretty wedding took place in the United Church, Welsford, on Saturday, May 18, at 3 p. m. when Rev. R. H. Barker united in marriage Ethel Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Lyon, Armstrong's Corner, and Lloyd Havelock, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Havelock Nickerson, Hibernia. The wedding party entered the church to the strains of the wedding march played by A. R. Stiles, Riverside, Albert County. The bride looked charming in a gown of chant rose crepe with hat, gloves and shoes of matching shade. She carried a bouquet of roses, sweetpeas, forget-me-nots and baby breath. Miss Gladys Lyon, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and was gowned in Queen blue crepe with matching accessories. She also carried a nosegay of sweet peas and forget-me-nots. George Nickerson, brother of the groom was groomsman. After the wedding a buffet luncheon was served at the home of the bride's parents to about 40 relatives and friends. Mrs. Vernon McCumber, Mrs. Thomas Mitchell and Mrs. J. S. Mitchell served and were assisted by the Misses Gladys and Gertrude Lyon and Audrey and Eva Mitchell. The couple left for a short trip through the provinces and on their return will reside at Armstrong's Corner.

Newspaper Item, August, 1985:

ETHEL MARGARET NICKERSON - Ethel Margaret Nickerson, 630 York Street, died at the Saint John Regional Hospital, August 24. Born in Armstrong's Corner, she was the daughter of the late William B. and Annie (Mitchell) Lyon. She was a retired switchboard operator for the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital. She was a member of the Grace Memorial United Baptist Church. She was also a member of the Kings Daughters and Sons, the Cheerio Club and Grace Matheson Mission Circle of Grace Memorial United Baptist Church and the Womens Institute of Queenstown. She is survived by her husband Lloyd H. Nickerson; three sons: Stirling L. Nickerson, Queenstown; Gerald E. Nickerson, Queenstown and S. Gregory Nickerson, Fredericton; one daughter, Mrs. Frank Henderson (Joan), Saint John; one sister, Gladys B. Lyon, Saint John, nine grandchildren and two nephews. The body is resting at the J. A. McAdam Funeral Home with visiting hours today 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Funeral services will be held from Grace Memorial United Baptist Church Tuesday at 2 p. m., Rev. Hugh McNally officiating. Interment will be made in Hampstead Cemetery, Hampstead, N. B.

 

Notes for LLOYD HAVELOCK NICKERSON:

Lloyd is the son of Havelock D. and E. Lena Nickerson of Gagetown, NB, formerly of Hibernia, Queens County, NB. Lloyd and Ethel lived in Fredericton, NB.

Newspaper Item, December, 1997:

NICKERSON, Lloyd Havelock

At the Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, Fredericton on December 21, 1997, Lloyd Havelock Nickerson, age 80. Born in Hibernia, Queens County, he was the son of the late Havelock David and E. Lena (McKinney) Nickerson. He was predeceased by his wife Ethel Margaret (Lyon) Nickerson, his mother and father, an infant son David and by one sister, Grace E. Duke. He is survived by three sons, Sterling L. Nickerson (Marilyn) of Queenstown, Gerald E. Nickerson (Jean) of Queenstown, S. Gregory Nickerson of Fredericton, one daughter Joan E. Henderson (Franklin) of Saint John East, nine grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, one brother George R. Nickerson of Richmond, B. C.; two nephews. Resting at McAdam's Funeral Home, 160 York Street, with visiting hours on Monday 2-9 p. m. The funeral service will be held at the Grace Memorial United Baptist Church on Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. with Rev. Doug Hapeman officiating. Pallbearers will be Robert Nickerson, Terry Nickerson, Reid Chedore, Eric Keirstead, Clifford Lyon and Lloyd Demmings. Interment will take place in the Central Hampstead Cemetery. For those who wish, memorial tributes made to the charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated by the family. The Royal Canadian Legion, Branch # 4 will hold a tribute service at the funeral home Monday evening at 7:00 p. m.

Notes for DAVID LESLIE NICKERSON:

Newspaper Item:

Oct., 1946

Child, 16 Months, Passes Suddenly

The death of David Leslie, 16-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Nickerson, Armstrong's Corner,

N. B., occurred suddenly yesterday at the General Hospital. He is survived by his parents, two brothers, Stirling and Gerald, and three grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Nickerson, Hibernia, and W. B. Lyon, Armstrong's Corner. The funeral will be held from his home tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Burial will be in the Lyon Cemetery.

Notes for MALCOLM MITCHELL:

Malcolm was an S. M. T. bus driver. he and Dorothy live in Moncton, NB.

Newspaper Item:

Saves Man's Life

Credited with saving the life of a 28-year-old Raymond Martin, a vetern of the Second World War, who dropped from exhaustion on the main highway between Saint John and Moncton on the outskirts of Anagance, is Malcolm F. Mitchell, 247 King Street East, an S. M. T. driver, who was in charge of a special bus coming from Moncton late Saturday night. Mitchell, a driver for the last two years, seeing a hat on the highway stopped the vehicle and together with Rev. H. G. Brennan and Fred Tobias, two of passengers on the bus, investigated and found the almost frozen body of Martin by the side of the highway. Martin was taken aboard the bus and conveyed to Sussex where he was given protection for the night. Exhausted after a long walk from Hampton the same day, he dropped on the main highway, and unable to attract the attention of passing cars had thrown his hat onto the road in a last desperate attempt to attract attention before losing consciousness.

 

Notes for ELDON JAMES GRAHAM:

Eldon and Doris live in Sussex Corner, NB.

Notes for DORIS MAUD RODGERS:

An interesting article was printed in the KINGS COUNTY RECORD on June 4, 1986, featuring Doris' parents, Bill and "Mima" Rodgers. Part of the article follows:

Loyal Kings County Record

by Bob Wishart

When Bill and Mima Rodgers were married in 1919, they began to take the 'Kings County Record' by subscription at their home in Grove Hill near Barnesville.

"We picked up the paper at the Barnesville Post Office and it cost $1 per year which was a lot of money then." Bill Rodgers recollects making that sum for a whole day's work in the woods, using nothing but a broad axe to fell the timber that would go for saw logs. "Later on, the wages went up to $32 per month," he said.

Rodgers, 90, and his wife, 88, still live in the Barnesville area of Kings County and most of their family of two boys and five girls are nearby, as are many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

When asked what was different in the paper at that time, Bill couldn't list a lot, saying that the local news was published then, as now, and was very much appreciated by people living in semi-isolation in a community just about a half-hour drive from Saint John today.

In the pre-Depression years, Rodgers would rise around 4 a. m. to harness his team of horses and make the three hour trip into Saint John to try and sell produce, butter or eggs at the City Market. As Mima says, "We had to do it to make ends meet." Bill added, "There is more wasted today than a lot of people had to live on then!"

Later on, during the Great Depression, the Rodgers sold butter for 16 cents a pound and milk could be bought for as little as eight cents a quart.

The sprintly couple related how the paper carried news of the casualities during the Second World War, and how there were always pictures in it, even in the earliest editions.

Some of the events that stick in the couple's minds are the big fire at Flewwelling's Match Factory in Hampton and the difficulty the old railway engines had in getting up the slight incline out of Cusack Station when loaded down with sawn lumber. Bill laughed at that, saying he and his buddies used to put gravel on the track to add traction for the locomotive.

The paper has always had lots of advertisements, according to the Rodgers, but there were far fewer homes and other properties for sale in times past since, as Mima says, "People didn't move much and the properties stayed in the families."

The Rodgers seemed to recollect the newspaper being just about the same thickness as today and they said that the mail came three times a week with the Kings County Record arriving on either Wednesday or Thursday, just like today. The area was indeed virgin territory in a lot of places and Mima described how Dr. Leatherbarrow took two days to get from Hampton to Salmon River in the dead of winter owing to deep snow and the loss of more than one horse along the way.

Times were tough back then but without the weekly newspaper the Rodgers say they would have been a lot tougher. Mima summed up the feelings of a lot of folks of her generation when she said, "I depended on my Record just like I depended on my meals."

 

Notes for DEBORAH LYNN SCOTT:

Deborah was killed at the age of 26 months on September 2, 1966 when she fell beneath the wheels of a garbage truck near her home in East Saint John.

Newspaper Item, September, 1966:

By accident at East Saint John on September 2, 1966, Deborah Lynn Scott, 26-month-old daughter of Jerome and Blanche (Graham) Scott. She is survived by her parents, one sister, Anne Elizabeth, at home, maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Graham, Sussex, and one paternal grandparent, Mrs. Lincoln Acker, Shelburne, N. S., several cousins, aunts and uncles. The body is resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row, from where the funeral will be held at a time to be announced.

 

Notes for ALLISON ESTWOOD BOYLE:

Newspaper Item, August, 1991:

Allison Estwood Boyle

Allison Estwood Boyle of 509 New Maryland Highway died at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital on Friday. Born in Fredericton, he was a carpenter with the University of New Brunswick's physical plant. He was a New Maryland resident for almost 30 years and was affiliated with the New Maryland United Church. He is survived by his wife, Maudie Elizabeth (Mitchell) Boyle; his mother, Florence (Moore) Boyle; two daughters, Mrs. Tim Boyle Cheek (Cynthia) of Dallas, Texas, and Celena at home; one son, Wayne A. and his wife Liz of Dallas, Texas; one brother, Gerald in Saint John; seven sisters, Mrs. Madeline McIsaac of Peel, Mrs. William McIsaac (Lois) of East Florenceville, Mrs. Arnold Banks (Norma) of East Florenceville, Mrs. Gilmore Noble (Myrna) of Rusagonis, Beatrice Boyle of St. Catharines, Ont., Mrs. Howard McLaughlin (Marina) of Rusagonis, and Mrs. William Glenn (Miriam) of Windsor, Ont.; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one sister, Jennie. The body is resting at McAdam Funeral Home with visiting on Saturday 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. Funeral service will be held at McAdam's Chapel on Sunday at 2 p. m. Interment in New Maryland United Church Cemetery.

 

82. JOYCE ISABELLE5 GRAHAM (DELLA NELLIE4 ALLINGHAM, ANNIE ISABELLA3 CORBETT, ISABELLA2 MITCHELL, WILLIAM1) She married BENJAMIN RUSSELL VIRTUE in Sussex.

Notes for JOYCE ISABELLE GRAHAM:

Newspaper Item:

Sussex Couple In Nuptials of Interest

A wedding of interest was solemnized at St. Paul's United Church in Sussex when the minister, D. K. MacLeod, united in marriage Miss Joyce Isabelle Graham, daughter of Mrs. Levurn Graham, Sussex, and Benjamin Russell Virtue, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Virtue, Sussex. The church was decorated with vases of pink and white phlox, and the guest pews were marked with sweetpeas and white satin bows. Miss Gertrude Sherwood, church organist, played the wedding music.

The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Bruce Allingham, and was attended by Miss Josephine Coleman as maid of honor and Miss Verna Graham, her sister, as bridesmaid. The best man was Ronald Graham, brother of the bride, and ushers were Douglas Woods, cousin of the bride and Lorne McQuoid.

The bride wore a ballerina-length gown of nylon and dotted net over taffeta, with matching jacket with long sleeves tapering to points over the hands. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a tiara of seed pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet of red roses. The maid of honor wore a ballerina-length gown of aqua lace and net over taffeta, and a headband of aqua net and sequins. The bridesmaid wore a ballerina-length gown of yellow lace and net over taffeta, and a headband of aqua net and sequins. Each wore lace mitts to match their gowns and carried old-fashioned nosegays of mixed flowers in shades of yellow, pink and white.

Later a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother, where Miss Barbara Graham was in charge of the guest book. The bride's table was served by Miss Dawnella Adair. Mrs. Alley, aunt of the bride, poured tea and the guests were served by the Misses Georgie Corbett, Winona Woods, Frances Woods, Betty Woods and Shirley Sutton.

The bride's mother wore a dress of soldier blue crepe and Chantilly lace, with pink hat and gloves and a corsage of pink roses. The bride, a graduate of Saint John Vocational School, operates a beauty salon, and the groom is employed with the Stuart Construction Company, Sussex, where they will take up residence.

Note:

Joyce died in childbirth when their daughter Mary Ellen was born.

More About BENJAMIN VIRTUE and JOYCE GRAHAM:

Marriage: Sussex