Line in Record @I3922@ (RIN 3910) from GEDCOM file not reco gnized: BAPMspouse: Davis, William (~1601 - 1659)
Line in Record @I3921@ (RIN 3909) from GEDCOM file not reco gnized: BAPMspouse: Wowen, John (~1591 - )
Died at the age of 16.
Appears to be triplets, Moses, Eleanor and Anne. All were b aptised 8/8/1726spouse: Goodsell, Mary (1727 - 1759)
Alt Birth: 1503 Of Drayton, Worcester, Engspouse: Wakeman, Joan (1504 - )
Alt Death: Abt 1552 Will Proved
The Reverend Samuel Wakeman. Arrived on the Ship "Lion" Nov , 1631. Elected as a Representative 1635. Constable in 16 36. Killed by the Spanish and aboriginesspouse: , Elizabeth (~1605 - )
Lieutenant Samuel Wakeman. Date of death, by the Wakeman ge neology,is shown to be 3/14/1759. He was appointed Lieuten ant of the 1st companyof Fairfield in 1742.spouse: Wakeman, Elizabeth (1695 - )
Probably died of the Plague.spouse: Hubbell, Richard (1598 - 1699)
Alt Death: 1662 Bewdley, Ribsford, Worchestershire, England
Sarah Rosetta Wakeman was a simple farm girl from central N ew Yorkstate who left home to pursue her fortune in 1862, w here she adopted male attire and enlisted in the Union arm y under the assumed name of Lyon Wakeman. She served in th e defenses of Washington, D.C. and during the 1864 Red Rive r campaign. Her letters have been compiled into a book, th e 'Uncommon Soldier". 2 CONT Served in the 153rd Regiment , New York State Volunteers, 1862-1864. Served in the 153r d Regiment, New York State Volunteers, 1862-1864.
Died at Sea
According to what is known so far all of the childreen of J ohn Waldron and Susan Couch were born in Murray Twp., North umberland, Ontario. The majority of the childreen emigrate d to Dane County, Wi., in 1849-1850. John and Susan later j oined them in Wisconsin, no date is known. Many, if not al l of the sons became Methodist Minister, which is, I believ e, the motivation for leeaving Canada. Later, several of th e Sons moved to South Dakota, also to preach.spouse: Couch, Susan (*1798 - )
SOUR @S0@spouse: Gaston, Esther (1760 - 1809)
Living individual, details withheld
Living individual, details withheldspouse: Connolly, Patricia (private)
Lived in St. Helens in 1906. St. Helens is in Huron Co., n ear Lucknow, Ont.spouse: Miller, John (1846 - 1909)
>Birth note: Tombstone gives birth year as 1853.
>Burial note: Greenhill Cemetery (near Lucknow)
Death Registration from BC Archives: Name: Elizabe th Ann Moore Event Date: 1937 2 3 Age: 82 Gender : Female Event Place: Vancouverspouse: Moore, Robert K. (1845 - 1927)
Reg. Number: 1937-09-525261 B.C. Archives Microfilm Number : B13159 GSU Microfilm Number: 1953192
>Burial note: Buried in Fraserview Cemetery
>Death note: Died at Mennonite Nursing Homespouse: Moore, Edward (1854 - 1932)
........................................................... . .......... ..... Newspaper clipping, undated. GOLDEN WED DING COUPLE WERE WED IN OWEN SOUND Mr. and Mrs. Edward (art icle mistakingly reads Samuel) Moore Celebrate At Their Hom e in Speers, Sask. Older residents of the city and district will read wit h interest the following account of the Golden Wedding of M r. and Mrs. Edward (article mistakingly reads Samuel) Moor e of Speers, Saskatchewan, who were married fifty years ag o in Owen Sound, later residing at Williamsford, Collingwoo d and Mooresburg, until they moved West about 25 years ago. "Thursday afternoon and eening of March 21st Mr. and Mr s. Moore were at home to friends and acquaintances when fri ends both old and new called to tender congratulations to t he happy couple upon the celebration of the fiftieth annive rsary of their wedding day. Mrs. W. English, of Loverna, a nd Mrs. A. E. Collins, of Tatsfield, Sask., daughters of ho st and hostess, are with their husbands visiting their pare nts for this occasion. Mrs. English, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. S . L. Moore and Mrs. Wilbert Moore assisted the hostess in r eceiving the guests and in serving refreshments. Of four s ons, S. L. and Wilbert, of Speers, Wallace of Cypress River , Man., and William, of Ontario, the latter two were unabl e to be present. Edward Moore, born at Acton, Aug. 10, 185 4, and Harriett Wallace, born at Saugeen, Bruce County, Mar ch 12, 1857, were married 50 years ago at Owen Sound, and t hey subsequently resided at Williamsford, Collingwood, an d Mooresburg, until the year 1904, when with their family t hey moved west and were among the first settlers in the Spe ers district, then known as the New Ottawa settlement. Aft er 21 years on their farm. four miles from Speers, Mr. an d Mrs. Moore, in the fall of 1925, retired from active far m operations, and moved into Speers, where they are at pres ent residing. The bride and groom of 50 years ago are stil l enjoying good health and received the wishes of their man y friends and continued health and happiness as they pass t heir Golden Wedding day." ................................. ........................... .......... .... May have been M arch 22, 1879----------child: Moore, William (1880 - 1954)
Living individual, details withheldspouse: Bakennes, Kenneth (private)
Living individual, details withheldspouse: Riches, Steven (private)
>Burial note: Chesley Cemeteryspouse: Moore, William James (1850 - 1929)
Not absolutely certain the surname is Walshspouse: Chambers, Phillip (1798 - 1873)
Death date and burial information from Poplar Hill cemeter y records on microfilm # M-7730 at National Archivesspouse: Edwards, Martha Anne (1849 - )
Williamsport Cemetery, Chaffey Twp.spouse: Oke, Frank Ezra (1892 - 1941)
Alica Ward is buried in Williamsport Cemetery, Lot 30, Co n 6, on Williamsport Road, Chaffey Twp., Muskoka, Ont.
The headstone reads:
Alica A. Wife of Frank C. Oke died 9 December 1918 age 19 y ears, 3 months
A dob of Sep 1899 is implied. Also her husband's name was a ctually Frank Ezra Oke.
Name is also spelled Warde in early documents.spouse: Sherman, Esther (1606 - 1666)
First member of the Ward family to emigrate to America.
Member of the first Count in the Connecticut Colony in Apri l 1636;member of the upper house in 1637 when war was decla red with the Pequots;twice member of the lower house.
Colonel Andrew Ward.spouse: Fowler, Elizabeth (~1695 - >1727)
Lieutenant-Colonel 1st Connecticut from May 1st, 1775-Decem ber 20th, 1775. Colonel, Connecticut State Regiment, May 1 4th, 1776, to May1777. Brigadier-General Connecticut Militi a from June 1777 to end of war.spouse: Hubbard, Dianna (~1730 - )
Captain Andrew Ward.spouse: Joy, Deborah (~1670 - )
Death and burial information in letter from Lois Watson dat ed 19 Aug 1997.spouse: Harris, Constance Laurie (private)
Name could also be spelled Hester Ward.spouse: Boosey, Joseph (~1629 - ~1724)