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BOGLE / LINSKELL FAMILY
*** Contributed by Cleadie Barnett
 
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The Bogles of New Jerusalem (& Linskell)

Ann BARNETT (BOGLE, Anna / ae 44 yrs in 1861 / Irish / CofE Petersville Parish Census) Ann was b. about 1809, probably in Ireland; d.1889 New Jerusalem, Queens Co. She was the daughter of George Barnet(t) and Jane [Burke?].

Ann m.1*)  14 Apr 1834, in Saint John, NB, to Samuel LINSKELL (who d.ca.1834/1835, Queens Co.) {*19 Apr 1834 New Brunswick Courier = m. Mon. last, by Rev. Robert Wilson, Samuel LINSKELL / Ann BARNETT, both of Hampstead, Queens Co - also in City Gazette}

Samuel died before 23 Feb 1835, for on this date his will was probated. In it he was listed as being of Jerusalem settlement. Witnesses to this will, writen 1 Jun 1834, were James Barnett and Margaret Barnett. His father-in-law, George Barnett, and James Graham witnessed a petition relating to the probate on 23 Aug 1835. All his property was left to his wife, Ann. They are thought to have had no issue.

There was a land petition for a Samuel Linskell, dated 26 Mar 1821, on which he was listed as a widower, with one child. He was 31 years of age, born in England. He had served seven years in His Magesty's Navy, and had been in the province for three years. His first wife's name is unknown, and possibly took place in England. Samuel second marriage was to Mary Ricker of the Parish of Hampstead, Queens County, NB, on 21 Mar 1822.

His child may have been a son (b. ca. 1811/4), and it could have been this "child" that Ann married in 1834, although Samuel, Sr. was only about 44 years of age in that year. Family tradition also states that Samuel's son died young, as a "lad". Further searching is needed before Ann's first husband can be definitely determined. No Linskell graves have been found.

Ann m. her 2nd. husband, James BOGLE on 28 Sep 1835* (BOGLE, James / ae 40 yrs in 1861 / Irish / CofE / farmer Petersville Census) He was b.1810, prob. in Ireland; d. 8 Oct 1885, aged 75 years  *(Q.Co Marr. / v.1 #671 = m. 28 Sep 1835 James BOGLE (Hampstead) / Ann LYNSKILL (Hampstead) wit: William Polly & James Polly)

Ann and James are buried in the Hill Baptist Cemetery, New Jerusalem, Queens Co. The stone reads: James BOGLE / d. 8 Oct 1885 / ae 75 yrs h/w Ann / d. 15 Oct 1889 / ae 80 yrs

  1. Thomas BOGLE (BOGLE, Thomas / ae 30 yrs in 1871 / unmarried / farmer Petersville Parish Census / b.1840-,Queens Co.,New Brunswick) married at the Baptist Parsonage, Portland, Saint John Co, NB, on 7 Jan 1876, to Eleanor DAVIS, of Hibernia, Queens Co, NB.  (They were both of Petersville Parish at that time.) Mrs. Elders' book, "History of New Jerusalem, lists Thomas as a member of The Sons of Temperance Society which was Organized in New Jerusalem on Tuesday 18 Sep 1855, with annual dues of 3s 6d.
  2. Eleanor BOGLE (b.1840-,Queens Co.,New Brunswick; d.1920 New Jerusalem, Queens Co.,New Brunswick)
  3. [---] BOGLE (b.1840, Queens Co., New Brunswick) {may be one of the previous?)
  4. George BOGLE St Peters Anglican Church records record his christening as: 1846 Jun 14 / George / James & Ann / BOGLE / farmer / b. 7 Nov 1843. The Petersville Parish Census records state: BOGLE, George / ae 15 yrs in 1861 / native / CofE / BOGLE, George / ae 24 yrs in 1871 / unmarried / teacher. / BOGLE. George / 46-1891 / Widower / Bro of the head of house / b. NB / parents b. in Ireland / Presbyterian / School Teacher. His stone in the Hill Baptist Cemetery, New Jerusalem, Queens Co, NB reads: 1845-1907. There is no inscription for his wife, in this cemetery. Her home area was Bonny River. He m. Emily G. SHERWOOD. Although she is said to have d. in 1887, there is a burial in the United Church Records for a Mrs. George Bogle, of Jerusalem (& buried there, aged 60 yrs) who d. 13 Jan 1907. However, she and her daughter Ina, are not on the 1891 Petersville Parish Census records with her husband and sons.)
    1. Le Arno BOGLE (b.1883, New Brunswick) He and Maurice remained with his father after their mother's death. It is thought he may have gone to the area around Boston in adulthood. On the 1891 Petersville Census he was listed as Bogle / LaArvis? / Male  7 / Nephew (of James the head of the household) Both parents were b. in NB and he was a Presbyterian.
    2. Maurice* Vernon BOGLE [*proniunces Marrs] (b.1885 New Jerusalem, Queens Co.; d.1948 West Jerusalem, Queens Co.) United Church records reads = Maurice Vernon BOGLE / ae 63/1/26 / West Jerusalem / b. 25 Aug 1885 / d. 21 Oct 1948 of Malignant Peritionitis / bur 14 Sep, Hill Baptist, New Jerusalem) sp: Phebe Lavinia VALLIS, d/o Edward D. VALLIS and Phebe A. DUNN. (She was b. 1 Jan 1888 ,New Brunswick; d. 4 Apr 1951 West Jerusalem,Queens Co.,New Brunswick) The United Church records reads = Mrs. Phebe (M) BOGLE / ae 63/3/3/ New Jerusalem / b. 1 Jan 1888 / d. 4 Apr 1951 / blood clot / bur 7 Apr 1951, Jerusalem (Hill Baptist). Maurice and Phoebe are both buried in the Hill Baptist Church. Their stone reads: Maurice BOGLE  1885-1948 / h/w Phoebe L. 1888-1951. For awhile Maurice served as a mail driver for the Petersville area.
      1. Lawrence Stewart BOGLE (*b. 19 May 1916, New Jerusalem, Queens Co.; d. 29 Oct 1962 Toronto,ON) Lawrence was a veteran of World War II and resided in Toronto, ON (330 Donlands Ave. at time fo death).  He died in Ontario, but his remains were returned to NB, and intered at Ocean View Memorial Gardens, Saint John. (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.) He married Mildred B. ROBERTS. Her death was recorded in the Telegraph Journal, Saint John, NB / Wed 6 Mar 1996 = MILDRED B. BOGLE - Saint John - Mildred B. (Roberts) Bogle, died at Loch Lomand Villa, Saint John, on Monday. The native of Saint [*...] lived in Toronto for many years before moving to Brown's Flat and Saint John.  She belonged to Wesley United Church, Brown's Flat, and the Loch Lomond Villa Senior Citezens' Club. The funeral will be tomorrow.

      2. Lawrence and Mildred had no issue.
      3. George Edward BOGLE (*b. 29 Jun 1915 Jerusalem,Queens Co.; d. 22 Nov 1920, New Jerusalem, Queens Co. of Spinal Meningetus / bur. 23 Nov 1920, Jerusalem in the Hill Baptist Cemetery, as recorded in the United Church Records) His name is on his parent's stone as:  George E. / 1915-1920 (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.)
      4. Ina Dell BOGLE (b*. New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) Ina served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II, and resides in LaSalle, Quebec. (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.)
      5. Hazel Winnifred BOGLE (b.* New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) Hazel moved to Saint John, NB. (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.)
      6. Emily Gertrude BOGLE (b. New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) She m.* in her fathr's home, to Robert Douglas WILSON of Coles Island, s/o Adam Murray WILSON & [Arminthe] PERRY. (*chr. and m. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.)
      7. Phebe Lavinia BOGLE (b.* New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.) She moved to Saint John.
      8. Maurice Vernon BOGLE (b. New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.)  sp: Muriel Eleanor HAMILTON. Vernon served in the army during World War II.  When he retired they lived at Oak Pt., Kings Co, NB.
      9. Basil Bernard BOGLE (b.* New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.) sp: Barbara Jean COLLINS, of Stainfield, England at time of marriage. Basil served in the Air Force during World War II, and was married while serving in England. After the war he was a crane operator at Strescon, in Saint John, and resided in Lapreau, Saint John Co, NB.
      10. Arthur Douglas BOGLE (b.* New Jerusalem,Queens Co.) (*chr. & marriage recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.) sp: Doreen Joyce GALBRAITH d/o Matthew Whitfield GALBRAITH & Ethel BECKETT. Arthur became employed as a heavy equipment operator, at Base Gagetown, following the expropriation of New Jerusalem, as part of the armed forces military base. He and his wife live in Brown's Flats.
      11. Josephine Janice BOGLE (b.* New Jerusalem,Queens Co.,New Brunswick) (*chr. recorded in the United Church, Jerusalem.) sp: Harvel Charles DOWNES She and her husband moved to British Columbia, where they had at least one daughter, and perhaps more.
      12. Marion Florence BOGLE (b.New Jerusalem,Queens Co.) She became a trained Nursing Assistant and resided in LaSalle, Quebec.
    3. Ina BOGLE was b.22 Dec 1886, prob. in Queens County. She died on 30 Apr 1893, and was buried in Second Falls, Charlotte Co., NB. She was said to have gone to live with her material grandparents after her mother's death in 1887. However, given her mother's burial records indicating her death as 1907, it would appear that she was living with her grandparents for other reasons, perhaps just as a visit and she became ill and died there.
  5. James BOGLE (BOGLE, James / ae 18  yrs in 1861 / native / CofE / BOGLE, James / ae 26 yrs in 1871 / unmarried / farm labourer / BOGLE, James / ae 33 yrs in 1881 / all Petersville Parish Census)  He was b. about 1845, Queens Co., New Brunswick; d. 18 Jul 1913 (bur 20th, aged 70 yrs / d. of Heart Failure) New Jerusalem, Queens Co. His name is on his parents stone in the Hill Baptist Cemetery, and gives his age as 73 years. James spent all his life on the home property, amd d. unmarried
  6. Samuel BOGLE  BOGLE, Samuel / ae 11 yrs in 1861 / native / CofE / BOGLE, Samuel / ae 20 yrs in 1871 / unmarried / teacher / both from the Petersville Parish census records. He was b. about 1845, in Queens Co. According to family lore, Samuel moved to Saint John to live, and operated a trucking business there, but no further data has been found for him, to date.
  7. William BOGLE St Peters Anglican Church records record his christening as: 1846 Jun 14 William / James & Ann / BOGLE / farmer / b. 7 May 1846. He shows up on two Petersville Parish Census as: BOGLE, William / ae 13 yrs in 1861 / native / CofE and BOGLE, William / ae 22 yrs in 1871 / unmarried / farm labourer (b.1846-,Queens Co.,New Brunswick)
  8. John BOGLE (BOGLE, John / ae 8 yrs in 1861 / native / CofE / BOGLE, John / ae 18 yrs in 1871 / unmarried / farmer / BOGLE, John / ae 28 yrs in 1881 / all Petersville Parish Census). John was b.1852, Queens Co.; d.12 Sep 1938 New Jerusalem, Queens Co.) On the United Church Records we find: John BOGLE / 86 yrs / Jerusalem / b. 1852 / d. 12 Sep 1938 of Kidney & other causes / bur 14 Sep / Hill Baptist, New Jerusalem. He work in Saint John for a short time, but remained most of his life on the home farm. John died unmarried, and his name is on his parents stone in the Hill Baptist Cemetery as, John BOGLE / 1853-1937.
  9. Rebecca Ann BOGLE St Peters Anglican Church records record her christening as: 1855 Jun 1 / Rebecca Ann / James & Ann / BOGLE / farmer / b. 18 Apr 1855. She does not show up on the 1861 census records with the family, so either died young or was being cared for by other relatives.