Jennie Gates1

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Child of Jennie Gates and Herbert Hicks

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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John Gates1

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     John Gates died before 1842.2
     He left a will on 16 April 1833 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS, which was recorded 13 Jan 1842. Wife: Judith. Children: Silas, James, Jacob, Elias, Azuba the wife of Ward WHEELOCK, Ann the wife of Jonathan SMITH and Susanna the wife of William PEARCE. Estate Folio G19 (1842).2

Child of John Gates

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, Annapolis County Probate Will Books, volume 1, page 17.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #366, Annapolis County Probate Will Books, volume 2, page 412, and Estate folio G19.
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Maria Gates1

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     Maria Gates was born circa 1817 at Wilmot, Annapolis Co, NS.4 She was the daughter of Oldham Gates Jr and Eleanor Slocomb.2,3 Maria Gates married 1st John Henry Potter, son of John Potter and Mary Balcom, on 24 February 1842.2 Maria Gates died on 22 March 1876 at Clementsport, Annapolis Co, NS; at age 59.3 She was buried at Clementsport United Cemetery, Clementsport, Annapolis Co, NS.5
     Her married name was Potter.
Father*Oldham Gates Jr2
Mother*Eleanor Slocomb3

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, (1043.2).
  2. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, Anglican Parish of Aylesford, Wilmot, and Bridgetown.
  3. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
  4. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, Clementsport vital statistics.
  5. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, her grave stone.
  6. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, 1901 census.
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Mary Gates

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     Mary Gates married James Edward Bent, son of James Bent and Amoret Martin, after 1881 at Nova Scotia; your authors note that this is a very doubtful record. There is a James E. Bent married to Mary Gates in the Nova Scotia Vital Records, marriage dated 5 December 1880. However, that James declared age 31 and his father's name as Charles. See NSVR marriage no. 1801:123:94.1
     Her married name was Bent.

Citations

  1. [S1293] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, IGI.
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Oldham Gates Jr1

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Child of Oldham Gates Jr and Eleanor Slocomb

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, Anglican Parish of Aylesford, Wilmot, and Bridgetown.
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Silas Potter Gates1,2

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     Silas Potter Gates was born on 7 February 1877 at Annapolis, NS.3,1,2 He was the son of Silas R. Gates and Mary Helen Gilliatt.1 Silas Potter Gates married Marion R. Noyes, daughter of John Albert Noyes and Amelia Caroline French, on 21 October 1902 at Chelsea, MA; aged 25y (he) and 22y (she) both of Chelsea.4
Father*Silas R. Gates1
Mother*Mary Helen Gilliatt1 b. c 1852

Citations

  1. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
  2. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, delayed registration of birth #69300405.
  3. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 527:290.349 (marriage).
  4. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 527:290.349.
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Silas R. Gates1

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     Silas R. Gates married Mary Helen Gilliatt, daughter of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.1

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
  2. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
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Martha Gavazza1

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     Martha Gavazza married 1st Captain Joseph Potter, son of Joseph Potter and Margaret Ann Balcom.2
     Her married name was Brown. Her married name was Potter.

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, (1044.6).
  2. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 1044.6.
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John F Gavel1,2

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     John F Gavel was born circa 1851.2 He married Idella Hannah Cossett, daughter of Charles S. Cossett and Ann Crousse.1 John F Gavel died before 1891.1

Citations

  1. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 31, 16, p. 5.
  2. [S3847] Jeff Hazeltine, "Crousse," e-mail to George W. King, 12 October 2005.
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Nelson Christopher Gavel1

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     Nelson Christopher Gavel married Lucetta Edna Rice, daughter of Willard Zoeth Rice and Vicey Spavold.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 91.
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Bill Gawler1

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     Bill Gawler married Della Rice, daughter of Ernest L. Rice and Myrtle Royce.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 705.
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Alice Maud Gay

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     Alice Maud Gay was born on 8 January 1899 at Upwell, co Norfolk, England. She was dedicated; by the Upwell Corps. She married Stanley Muray Martin on 6 March 1918 at 1156 Chapman Street, Victoria, BC.1 Alice Maud Gay died on 21 August 1974 at Victoria, BC; of a coronary thrombosis.2 She was buried at Hatley Memorial Gardens, Victoria, BC.
     She immigrated in 1912 to Canada. She was educated in 1915 at Victoria Citadel. June (Martin) Perry recalls: "I remember my grandmother only from around 1950 on and she was always ill. She never went out of the house, or very rarely and when she did, she always got sick after she came home. She was not in good health physically having several operations for serveral different things. She spent hours on the telephone as that is how she did her visiting. She made the best potato salad ever and excellent pies. She was a spotless house keeper and demanded that from her two girls. They had mint in her back yard which was my job to pick when I visited them. We went there for lunch every other Sunday. They had a sawdust burner in the kitchen for years.

Child of Alice Maud Gay and Stanley Muray Martin

Citations

  1. [S1459] Certificate, Stanley Muray Martin and Alice Maud Gay marriage.
  2. [S1468] BC Vital Statistics, Reg. No. 1974-09-012624, BC Archives No. B13335, GSU Microfilm No. 2050339.
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Electa B. Gay

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     Electa B. Gay married Eugene Hamilton Wenzell.1 Electa B. Gay was born circa 1837 at Massachusetts, as calculated from the census.
     Her married name was Wenzell. She appeared on the census of 1880 at Milford, MA; aged 43y, under the name Wenzell.1 She appeared on the census of 1930 at Framingham, MA; aged 92y, under the name Wenzell, widowed and living with her son Eugene.2

Child of Electa B. Gay and Eugene Hamilton Wenzell

Citations

  1. [S88] Census - US: 1880, 565:607.B34.
  2. [S4001] Census - US: 1930, 920:122.8.
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Amy H. Gayton1

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     Amy H. Gayton married Raymond Hinxman, son of Charles William Hinxman and Margaret Elizabeth Rice.1 Amy H. Gayton was born on 26 November 1892 at Massachusetts.2 She died in June 1974.2
     Her married name was Hinxman.1 She and Raymond Hinxman appeared on the census of 1920 at Ward 2, Medford, MA.1

Children of Amy H. Gayton and Raymond Hinxman

Citations

  1. [S177] Census - US: 1920, p. 714:105B.
  2. [S45] US Social Security Administration, US SSDI.
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Cynthia George1

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     Cynthia George married Oscar Nelson Rice, son of Alvin Denon Rice and Lydia Jane Drown; Cynthia of Glencoe, ON.1
     Her married name was Rice.

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 474, 705.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 705.
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Delancey Moody Gesner

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     Delancey Moody Gesner was born in 1810.1 He married Lucy Ann Longley on 4 March 1835 at All Saints Anglican Church, Granville, Annapolis Co, NS.2 Delancey Moody Gesner died on 11 May 1888; at age 78 years.1 He was buried at Gesner Cemetery, Bellisle, Annapolis Co, NS.1
     He appeared on the census of 1881 at Belisle District, Annapolis Co, NS; Delaney Gesner, male, married, age 70, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer; Jane Gesner, female, married, age 30, born Nova Scotia; Rupert Gesner, male, age 29, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer; Jacob Gesner, male, age 11, born Nova Scotia; Edith Gesner, female, age 6, born Nova Scotia; Arthur Gesner, male, age 5, born Nova Scotia; Gladys Gesner, female, age 1, born Nova Scotia.3 He left a will on 21 March 1888, which was recorded 15 Jun 1888. Wife: Jane. Children: Rupert D., Percy E. and Mary Fletcher Gesner "children of my first wife"; Jane had five children: Jacob Valentine Gesner aged 18, Edith May Gesner aged 14, Arthur Wesley Gesner aged 12, Gladys Hannah Gesner aged 8 and Bessie Maud Gesner aged 5. Widow Jane died before 1901. Son Jacob removed to Manchester, N.H.4

Child of Delancey Moody Gesner and Lucy Ann Longley

Citations

  1. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited.
  2. [S1472] Transcript of Granville, NS, Township Book, LDS film #1376194: p. 85.
  3. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 16 SubDist E Page 21 Family 106.
  4. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #1281, cites Annapolis County Probate Will Books, vol. 5, p 124 and estate folio G86.
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Famichie Gesner

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     Famichie Gesner was born in January 1841 at Upper Granville, Annapolis Co, NS. She is the daughter of Delancey Moody Gesner and Lucy Ann Longley. Famichie Gesner married John Zenus Bent, son of Asa Bent and Ann Busby, on 7 December 1865 at Belleisle, Annapolis Co, NS; Bridgetown Methodist-Presbyterian United Church Parish Register says: John Zenus Bent, mechanic, of Bentville, Annapolis County and Famichie Gesner of Granville, married by license at the house of the father of the bride, Dec. 7, 1865. Witnesses: Benjamin Read/Reece?/ Bushy Bent, Henry Daniels, Wes. Minister.1,2 Famichie Gesner was baptized in March 1873 at Providence Church, Bridgetown, Annapolis Co, NS.3
     Her name is spelled several ways: Famishia, Famitchia. As of 7 December 1865,her married name was Bent.4
Father*Delancey Moody Gesner b. 1810, d. 11 May 1888
Mother*Lucy Ann Longley b. 19 May 1813, d. 29 May 1864

Citations

  1. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 10, no. 95.
  2. [S1466] June Perry, , cites Bridgetown Methodist-Presbyterian United Church.
  3. [S1466] June Perry, , cites: Bridgetown Methodist Presbyterian United Church.
  4. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863.
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Catherine Gibbons1

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     Catherine Gibbons married Norman Bigelow McQuillin, son of Dr John Parker McQuillin and Eva Cann Churchill.1
     Her married name was McQuillin.1

Citations

  1. [S5542] Paul Piatkowski,.
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Nancy Gibbs1

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     Nancy Gibbs married Henry White.2 Nancy Gibbs was born circa 1840 at Massachusetts, as calculated from the 1880 census.
     Her married name was White. She appeared on the census of 1880 at Hawley, MA; aged 40y, under the name White.2

Child of Nancy Gibbs and Henry White

Citations

  1. [S1525] Louise Hale Johnson, Hawley, MA, History - Johnson.
  2. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 533:118.
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Melissa Gibson1

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     Melissa Gibson married 1st Isaac L. Whitman, son of Benjamin Whitman and Anne Longley, on 31 July 1864 at Wilmot, Annapolis Co, NS.2
     Her married name was Whitman.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 44, 69.
  2. [S1350] Spurr Notes, their marriage record.
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Ruth A Gibson1

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     Ruth A Gibson was born circa 1834 at New York.2 She married Seymour Mills Stebbins, son of Chauncey M. Stebbins and Sophia Rice, on 5 July 1852.1
     Her married name was Stebbins. Ruth A Gibson and Seymour Mills Stebbins appeared on the census of 1880 at Easton, Ionia Co, MI; Seymour M. Stebbins, self, male, married, age 48, born MA, Occ: Farmer, father born MA, mother born MA;
Ruth A. Stebbins, wife, female, married, age 46, born NY, Occ: Keeping House, father born NY, mother born NY;
Elmer S. Stebbins, son, male, age 19, born MI, Occ: At Home, father born MA, mother born NY;
Elva E. Stebbins, daughter, female, age 16, born MI, Occ: At School, father born MA, mother born NY;
Ellen S. Stebbins, daughter, female, age 13, born MI, Occ: At School, father born MA, mother born NY;
Estella L. Mathews, daughter, female, married, age 24, born MI, Occ: School Teacher, father born MA, mother born NY.2

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 398.
  2. [S1011] Census - US: 1880 - LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1254583 National Archives Film T9-0583 Page 106A.
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Amelia Giesendorf1

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     Amelia Giesendorf married 1st William Watts McCurdy, son of Richard McCurdy and Sarah Harris, in 1865; by whom he is said to have had a son and daughter.1 Amelia Giesendorf died circa 1875.1
     Her married name was McCurdy.

Citations

  1. [S1361] Letter, Ross McCurdy to George W. King, August 1996, #272.
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Marietta G. Gifford

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     Marietta G. Gifford was born in September 1848 at Massachusetts.1 She married Eben Littlefield Davis circa 1868.1
     Her married name was Davis. Marietta G. Gifford appeared on the census of 1900 at Quincy, MA; aged 51y, under the name Davis, declaring all of her 4 children to be alive.1 She appeared on the census of 1910 at Boston, MA; aged 60y, under the name Davis, widowed and living with her daughter Gertrude, declaring all of her 4 children to be alive.2 She appeared on the census of 1920 at Boston, MA; aged 72y, under the name Davis, living with her daughter Gertrude.3 She appeared on the census of 1930 at Boston, MA; aged 82y, under the name Davis, living with her daughter Gertrude.4

Child of Marietta G. Gifford and Eben Littlefield Davis

Citations

  1. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, 671:226.58.
  2. [S600] Census - US: 1910, 624:76.1.
  3. [S177] Census - US: 1920, 740:245.3.
  4. [S4001] Census - US: 1930, 957:191.65.
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Ronald Gildersleeve1

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     Ronald Gildersleeve married Eva Minnie Steele, daughter of Avard T. Steele and Emma Gertrude Rice.1
     Ronald Gildersleeve was also known as Albert Gildersleeve.2

Citations

  1. [S1408] Florence Fosgate,.
  2. [S1408] Florence Fosgate, , Avard Steele's obituary.
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George L. Gilfry1

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     George L. Gilfry married Amanda Ann Hazelton, daughter of Royal Harvey Hazelton III and Martha Ann Reynolds.1
     George L. Gilfry was a rancher and banker at Creswell, OR.1

Citations

  1. [S1351] Hupfer.
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John Gillette1

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     John Gillette married Phebe Ann Hazelton, daughter of Hiram Hazelton and Thankful Blackmer.2

Citations

  1. [S1351] Hupfer.
  2. [S1351] Hupfer, 12.
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Christopher Gilliatt1

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     Christopher Gilliatt was born circa 1819 at Nova Scotia.3 He was the son of Thomas Gilliatt.2 Christopher Gilliatt married Mary Ann Potter, daughter of John Potter and Mary Balcom, on 22 February 1849 at her father's home, Parish of Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.4
     Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter resided in October 1866 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.5 Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter appeared on the census of 1881 at Clementsport District, Annapolis Co, NS; Christopher Gilliatt, male, married, age 62, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer & Fish; Mary Ann Gilliatt, female, married, age 52, born Nova Scotia.6 Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter resided on 9 April 1891 at Clements District, Annapolis Co, NS.3
Father*Thomas Gilliatt2

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, (1043.6).
  2. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
  3. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, g, p. 7.
  4. [S1393] Clements, NS Parish Register, p. 25, #74.
  5. [S1393] Clements, NS Parish Register, p. 46, #670.
  6. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 16 SubDist H Page 5 Family 25.
  7. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
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Edward Gilliatt1

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Child of Edward Gilliatt and Susan (?)

Citations

  1. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 135, no. 27.
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Fannie Gilliatt1

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     Fannie Gilliatt was born circa 1865 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, at her marriage in 1889 Fannie declared age 24, born Clements and living at Clements.3,4 She was the daughter of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.2 Fannie Gilliatt married Elisha Balcom, son of Abram Balcom, on 14 February 1889 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.1,4
     Her married name was Balcom.2 Fannie Gilliatt and Elisha Balcom resided in 1891 at Lequille District, Annapolis Co, NS.5 Fannie Gilliatt and Elisha Balcom resided in 1902 at Upper Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, at the time of Fanny's uncle Robert Potter's estate probate.1
Father*Christopher Gilliatt2 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter2 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
  3. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
  4. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 196, no. 13.
  5. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, o, p 29.
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George Herbert Gilliatt1

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     George Herbert Gilliatt was born on 4 April 1859 at Nova Scotia, George declared age 28, born Upper Clements, living at Upper Clements and a mariner at his marriage in 1886.2 He was baptized on 29 October 1866 at Parish of Clements, Annapolis Co, NS; by W M Godfrey.1 He was the son of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.1 George Herbert Gilliatt married Sophia M Ruggles on 5 February 1886 at Upper Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.3
     George Herbert Gilliatt resided in 1881 at Clementsport District, Annapolis Co, NS.4 He was a seaman in 1881.4 He resided between 1891 and 1902 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, at the time of his uncle Robert Potter's estate probate.5,6 He was a mariner in April 1901.2
Father*Christopher Gilliatt1 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter1 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Child of George Herbert Gilliatt and Sophia M Ruggles

Citations

  1. [S1393] Clements, NS Parish Register, p. 46, #670.
  2. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, g, p. 6.
  3. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 172, no. 9.
  4. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
  5. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, g, p. 7.
  6. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
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Henry Gilliatt1

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Child of Henry Gilliatt

Citations

  1. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1889, #14.
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Israel Gilliatt1

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     Israel Gilliatt married Rachael Willett, daughter of Walter Willett and Mary Wheelock.2 Israel Gilliatt died on 16 June 1878 at Moose River, Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.3

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, (530.3).
  2. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 530.3.
  3. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #2728, Annapolis County Probate Actsl Books, vol. 1, p. 170 and Estate folio G66.
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James Gilliatt1

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     James Gilliatt was born on 19 August 1868 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.3,4 He was the son of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.2
     James Gilliatt resided in 1902 at Paris, France, at the time of his uncle Robert Potter's estate probate.1
Father*Christopher Gilliatt2 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter2 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
  3. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
  4. [S1427] Annapolis County Births, 1864-1876, LDS film number 1298664: p. 58, no. 61.
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James M Gilliatt1

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     James M Gilliatt was baptized in 1819 at Cornwallis Methodist Circuit, NS; by Stephen Bamford.3 He was born on 13 February 1819 at Granville, Annapolis Co, NS.3,4 He was the son of Michael Gilliatt and Amelia Parker.2 James M Gilliatt married Susan Spurr, daughter of Michael Spurr and Anna Rice, on 4 November 1844 at Granville, Annapolis Co, NS; by Rev Smithson.5 James M Gilliatt died on 4 January 1914 at Granville, Annapolis Co, NS; at age 95.2 He was buried after 4 January 1914 at Parkers Cemetery, Granville, Annapolis Co, NS.2
     He was a farmer in April 1901.6 He resided in April 1901 at Granville Ferry District, Annapolis Co, NS.6
Father*Michael Gilliatt2 d. b 14 Feb 1868
Mother*Amelia Parker

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 27.
  2. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 933.
  3. [S1392] Cornwallis (NS) Methodist Circuit, p. 6, #64.
  4. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 22, no. 50.
  5. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, Christian Messenger 22 Nov 1844.
  6. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, k, p. 3.
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John Gilliatt1

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Child of John Gilliatt

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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Mary Gilliatt1

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     Mary Gilliatt was born on 27 April 1860 at Waldeck Line, Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.3,2 She was the daughter of Edward Gilliatt and Susan (?)2 Mary Gilliatt married Eben R. Thomas, son of John Smith Thomas and Elizabeth Rice, on 8 March 1882 at Clementsport, Annapolis Co, NS.1,2 Mary Gilliatt was buried at Smiths Cove Cemetery, Smiths Cove, Digby Co, NS.4 She died on 21 October 1945.4
     Her married name was Thomas. She and Eben R. Thomas resided between 1891 and 1901 at Smiths Cove, Digby Co, NS.5,3
Father*Edward Gilliatt2
Mother*Susan (?)2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 42.
  2. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 135, no. 27.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, s, p. 2.
  4. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited.
  5. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 31, 16, p. 14.
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Mary Helen Gilliatt1

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     Mary Helen Gilliatt married Silas R. Gates.3 Mary Helen Gilliatt was born circa 1852 at Nova Scotia.4 She was the daughter of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.2
     Her married name was Gates.2 Mary Helen Gilliatt appeared on the census of 1881 at Clementsport District, Annapolis Co, NS; Mary W Gates, female, married, age 29, born Nova Scotia; George H Gilliatt, male, age 23, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Seaman; Pauline J Gilliatt, female, age 21, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Seamstress; William D Gilliatt, male, age 18, born Nova Scotia; Fanny Gilliatt, female, age 16, born Nova Scotia; Oscar Gilliatt, male, age 14, born Nova Scotia; James D Gilliatt, male, age 12, born Nova Scotia; Charles C Gates, male, age 7, born Nova Scotia; Arthur E Gates, male, age 6, born Nova Scotia; Silas P Gates, male, age 4, born Nova Scotia; George W Gates, male, age 2, born Nova Scotia.5 She resided in 1902 at Chelsea, MA, at the time of her uncle Robert Potter's estate probate.3
Father*Christopher Gilliatt2 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter2 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
  3. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
  4. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
  5. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 16 SubDist H Page 5 Family 26.
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Michael Gilliatt1

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     Michael Gilliatt died before 14 February 1868 at Granville, Annapolis Co, NS.2
     He left a will on 10 March 1866 at Upper Granville Mountain, Granville, Annapolis Co, NS, which was recorded 14 Feb 1868: LWT of Michael Gilliatt of Upper Granville Mountain, dated 10 Mar 1866. Wife: Christianna Elizabeth. Children: Belinda, James M., Edmund P., George, Ann Oliver widow of John Oliver, William and Wesley.2

Child of Michael Gilliatt and Amelia Parker

Citations

  1. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 933.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #898 - see probate will books, vol. 4, p. 74 and Estate folio G47.
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Mildred J Gilliatt1

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     Mildred J Gilliatt was born on 30 April 1899 at Nova Scotia.1 She was the daughter of George Herbert Gilliatt and Sophia M Ruggles.1
Father*George Herbert Gilliatt1 b. 29 Oct 1866
Mother*Sophia M Ruggles1 b. 28 Oct 1862

Citations

  1. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, g, p. 6.
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Oscar Gilliatt1

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     Oscar Gilliatt was born on 30 July 1866 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS.3 He was the son of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.2
     Oscar Gilliatt resided in 1902 at Beverly, MA, at the time of his uncle Robert Potter's estate probate.1
Father*Christopher Gilliatt2 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter2 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
  3. [S1427] Annapolis County Births, 1864-1876, LDS film number 1298664: #730557.
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Pauline Gilliatt1

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     Pauline Gilliatt was born circa 1860 at Nova Scotia.1 She was the daughter of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.2
     Pauline Gilliatt was also known as Maud or Pauline Gilliatt.3
Father*Christopher Gilliatt2 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter2 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Citations

  1. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
  3. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
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Sarah Dyer Gilliatt1

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     Sarah Dyer Gilliatt was born circa 1825 at Nova Scotia.3 She was the daughter of John Gilliatt.2 Sarah Dyer Gilliatt married Reuben D Potter, son of Aaron Potter and Susannah B. Purdy, on 24 January 1850. Potter and Chute genealogies say that Reuben and Sarah had seven children. Therefore, Charles Potter seems suspect. Note that he was not mentioned in Reuben Potter's will in 1883.2 Sarah Dyer Gilliatt died on 28 December 1895; at age 71.4 She was buried at Clementsvale Baptist Cemetery, Clementsvale, Annapolis Co, NS.4
     Her married name was Potter. She and Reuben D Potter resided in 1861 at Hessian Line, Clements, Annapolis Co, NS, where Reuben Potter was enumerated as a married male age 30 to 40 as was his wife. They had five children listed: one male age 10 to 15 years, two females age 5 to 10 years, one male age 2 to 3 years, and one male less than one year.5 Sarah Dyer Gilliatt and Reuben D Potter appeared on the census of 1881 at Hessian Line District, Annapolis Co, NS; Ruben Potter, male, married, age 55, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer; Sarah D Potter, female, married, age 56, born Nova Scotia; Beniah W Potter, male, age 30, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer; David F Potter, male, age 19, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer.6 Her married name was Harris.4
Father*John Gilliatt2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 58.
  2. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
  3. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Hessian Line District, Annapolis County, p. 43.
  4. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, her grave stone.
  5. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, 1861 census, Hessian line, PD 9, abstract 1, line 29.
  6. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 16 SubDist I Page 43 Family 198.
  7. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, his grave stone.
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Thomas Gilliatt1

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Child of Thomas Gilliatt

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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William Gilliatt1

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     William Gilliatt was born circa 1863 at Nova Scotia.3 He was the son of Christopher Gilliatt and Mary Ann Potter.2
     William Gilliatt resided in 1902 at Chelsea, MA, when his uncle Robert Potter's estate was probated.1
Father*Christopher Gilliatt2 b. c 1819
Mother*Mary Ann Potter2 b. 14 Dec 1828, d. b 1902

Citations

  1. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3142 - Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, p. 7 and Estate folio P142.
  2. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, p. 372, #3142 - see probate acts books, vol. 3, p. 7 and estate folio P142.
  3. [S1318] Census - Canada: 1881, Clementsport District, p. 5.
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William E Gilliatt1

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     William E Gilliatt was born on 24 February 1863 at Smiths Cove, Digby Co, NS, he declared age 24 at his marriage in 1889.3,2 He was the son of Henry Gilliatt.2 William E Gilliatt married Alice Augusta Cossett, daughter of George Cossett and Augusta Rice, on 24 January 1889 at Smiths Cove, Digby Co, NS.2
     William E Gilliatt was a carpenter in April 1901.3 He and Alice Augusta Cossett resided in April 1901 at Smith's Cove District, Digby Co, NS.3
Father*Henry Gilliatt2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 66, 100.
  2. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1889, #14.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, s, p. 5.
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Nellie Gilligan

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     Nellie Gilligan was born circa 1876 at Boston, MA, as calculated from the marriage record. She was the daughter of Peter Gilligan and Mary Hart. Nellie Gilligan married George W. Guptill, son of Stephen H. Guptill and Amanda A. Bent, on 23 August 1905 at Boston, MA; aged 38y (he) and 29y (she) both of Boston.1
     Her married name was Guptill. Nellie Gilligan appeared on the census of 1940 at Boston, MA; aged 63y, under the name Guptill.2
Father*Peter Gilligan
Mother*Mary Hart

Children of Nellie Gilligan and George W. Guptill

Citations

  1. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 557:171.3918.
  2. [S7425] Census - US: 1940, 1678:8838.55.
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Peter Gilligan

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Child of Peter Gilligan and Mary Hart

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Sarah Belle Gilliland1

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     Sarah Belle Gilliland was born on 25 March 1844 at Digby Neck, Digby Co, NS.2,3 She married Sidney Chute on 3 December 1873 at Saint Mary's Bay, Digby Co, NS; Sidney was a widower, age 32, and Sarah B was a spinster, age 29.3
     Her married name was Chute. Sarah Belle Gilliland and Sidney Chute resided between 1891 and 1901 at Hillsburgh District, Digby Co, NS.4,2

Child of Sarah Belle Gilliland and Sidney Chute

Citations

  1. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, p. 77.
  2. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, i, p. 3.
  3. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1873, #147.
  4. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 31, 1, p. 34.
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Arthur LeRoy Gilman1

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     Arthur LeRoy Gilman was born on 21 June 1881.1 He married Sarah Ann Thomas, daughter of William Henry Thomas and Ida Laura Rice, on 17 June 1916.1 Arthur LeRoy Gilman died on 20 June 1961.2
     He and Sarah Ann Thomas appeared on the census of 1920 at Ward 7, Somerville, MA; Sarah is also enumerated with her mother.3

Child of Arthur LeRoy Gilman and Sarah Ann Thomas

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 63, 95.
  2. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 95.
  3. [S177] Census - US: 1920, p. 718:210A.
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Arthur LeRoy Gilman1

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     Arthur LeRoy Gilman was born on 5 September 1917.1 He is the son of Arthur LeRoy Gilman and Sarah Ann Thomas.1 Arthur LeRoy Gilman married 1st Elaine Smith on 14 February 1948.1 Arthur LeRoy Gilman and Elaine Smith were divorced in August 1965.1 Arthur LeRoy Gilman married 2nd Lucy M Luonjio on 25 April 1971.1
Father*Arthur LeRoy Gilman1 b. 21 Jun 1881, d. 20 Jun 1961
Mother*Sarah Ann Thomas1 b. 4 Aug 1890, d. 14 Jan 1972

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 95.
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Ellen Gilmore1

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     Ellen Gilmore was born in 1772.1 She married John Balcom in 1792.1
     Her married name was Balcom.

Children of Ellen Gilmore and John Balcom

Citations

  1. [S1286] Calnek, p. 470.
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Leander Gilnaught1

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     Leander Gilnaught was born circa 1843 at Horton, NS.1 He married Ellen Bent, daughter of Phineas Lovett Bent and Maria C. Boehner, on 3 October 1866 at Paradise, NS; Leander of Kentville.1

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, 1867:1826:16, no. 46.
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Caroline A. Gladding1

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     Caroline A. Gladding married Wilber Taylor Rice, son of Franklin E. Rice and Sophia Putnam Taylor, on 17 June 1896; no children.1 Caroline A. Gladding was buried in 1955 at Ashfield, MA.2 She died in 1955 at Hartford, CT.2
     Her married name was Rice.

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 400, 647.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 647.
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Margaret Elizabeth Glass1

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     Margaret Elizabeth Glass was born on 20 October 1878 at Ottawa, ON.2 She married Harlo Benton Makeever, son of Samuel Lowden Makeever and Ellen Roxanne Pitcher, on 12 March 1896; Margaret of Canada.1
     Her married name was Makeever.

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 652, 866.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 866.
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Jessie Glassey1

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     Jessie Glassey was born in 1888.2 She married Dr J. Herbert Rice, son of Edward Patrick Rice and Josephine Clothilda LeBlanc.3 Jessie Glassey died on 13 March 1963 at Halifax, Halifax Co, NS; at age 74.4,5
     Her married name was Rice.

Child of Jessie Glassey and Dr J. Herbert Rice

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, (1804).
  2. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
  3. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 1804.
  4. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, her obituary.
  5. [S1396] Halifax Herald Obituary Index.
  6. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 83.
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Ella Martin Gleason

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     Ella Martin Gleason was born on 9 January 1882 at Reading, MA.1 She was the daughter of John C. Gleason and Harriet L. Weston. Ella Martin Gleason married William Frederick Wilson, son of William F. S. Wilson and Sarah Ann Bent, on 30 October 1906 at Reading, MA; aged 36y (he) and 24y (she) both of Reading.2
     Her married name was Wilson. Ella Martin Gleason appeared on the census of 1940 at Reading, MA; aged 58y, under the name Wilson.3
Father*John C. Gleason b. 1845
Mother*Harriet L. Weston b. 23 Nov 1846

Children of Ella Martin Gleason and William Frederick Wilson

Citations

  1. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, p. 332:204.
  2. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 563:652.61.
  3. [S7425] Census - US: 1940, 1617:6715.31.
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John C. Gleason

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     John C. Gleason was buried at Laurel Hill Cemetery, Reading, MA.1 He was born in 1845, according to the gravestone.1

Child of John C. Gleason and Harriet L. Weston

Citations

  1. [S1093] Thomas W. Baldwin, Reading, MA, Vital Records.
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Kathryn Gleason1

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     Kathryn Gleason was born on 20 January 1918.1 She married Walter Hilton Thomas, son of Ira Wilberforce Thomas and Pearl Lillian Waite, on 11 December 1957; no children.1
     Her married name was Thomas.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 95.
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Mary Jane Glournoy1

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     Mary Jane Glournoy married Robert Phipps.1
     Her married name was Phipps. Mary Jane Glournoy appeared on the census of 1920 at Civil Bend Pct, Douglas Co, OR.2

Children of Mary Jane Glournoy and Robert Phipps

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 917.
  2. [S177] Census - US: 1920, p. 1494:52A.
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Elizabeth Grace Glover1

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     Elizabeth Grace Glover was born circa 22 December 1864 at Saint Eleanors, PE.2,3 She was the daughter of Silas Glover and Rebecca (?) Elizabeth Grace Glover was baptized on 26 March 1865 at Richmond, PE.2 She married Ernest Stanley Lent, son of John Henry Lent and Mary Cossaboom, on 21 November 1888 at Boston, MA; aged 23y (he) and 23y (she) both of Boston.4,1 Elizabeth Grace Glover died on 9 May 1890 at Boston, MA; aged 25y 4m 17d, under the name Lent, from puerperal septicemia.5
     Her married name was Lent. She appeared on the census of 1880 at Boston, MA; aged 15y, listed as Grace.6
Father*Silas Glover b. c 1820
Mother*Rebecca (?) b. c 1821

Child of Elizabeth Grace Glover and Ernest Stanley Lent

Citations

  1. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 1293.
  2. [S8786] Prince Edward Island, Prince Edward Island Baptism Index, p. 1:249.
  3. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 411:163.3938 (death).
  4. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 390:230.4134.
  5. [S5487] Massachusetts, MA State Archives, 411:163.3938.
  6. [S88] Census - US: 1880, 559:403.C4.
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Silas Glover

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     Silas Glover married Rebecca (?)1 Silas Glover was born circa 1820 at England, as calculated from the 1880 census.
     He appeared on the census of 1880 at Boston, MA; aged 60y.1 He was a tailor in 1880.1

Child of Silas Glover and Rebecca (?)

Citations

  1. [S88] Census - US: 1880, 559:403.C4.
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Arthur Lincoln Goble1

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     Arthur Lincoln Goble was born on 27 June 1867 at Shelby, Oceana Co, MI, in the 1870 US census born c 1867, in the 1900 US census born c July 1862.2,1 He was the son of Gilbert Bingley Goble and Melissa Hazelton.1 Arthur Lincoln Goble married Mary B. Welsh in November 1892 at Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.1 Arthur Lincoln Goble married Lena May Haskins on 23 February 1909 at Grand Haven, Ottawa Co, MI; second Marriage for Arthur Goble.1 Arthur Lincoln Goble died on 25 September 1942 at River Rouge, Wayne Co, MI.1 He was buried at Fair Plains Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.1
     He appeared on the census of 1870 at Shelby, Oceana Co, MI.3,1 He appeared on the census of 1880 at Whitehall, Muskegon Co, MI.4,1 He appeared on the census of 1900 at Ward 11, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI; in the household of his brother Milton.2,1 He and Lena May Haskins appeared on the census of 1920 at Ward 2, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.5,1 Arthur Lincoln Goble and Lena May Haskins resided in 1930 at Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.6
Father*Gilbert Bingley Goble1 b. Nov 1839, d. 6 Jan 1918
Mother*Melissa Hazelton1 b. 30 Apr 1839, d. 8 Dec 1891

Citations

  1. [S6943] Ron Brady,.
  2. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, p. 723:266A.
  3. [S95] Census - US: 1870, p. 696:729B.
  4. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 597:45A.
  5. [S177] Census - US: 1920, p. 777:220B.
  6. [S6943] Ron Brady, , cites the 1930 US census.
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Gilbert Bingley Goble1

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     Gilbert Bingley Goble was born in November 1839 at Ontario, (1838 per gravestone.)2,3,4,5 He married Melissa Hazelton, daughter of Ransom Hazelton and Sarah Rouse, on 21 October 1860 at London, Norfolk Co, ON.6,3 Gilbert Bingley Goble died on 6 January 1918 at Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.4,5 He was buried at Oakhurst Cemetery, Whitehall, Muskegon Co, MI.5
     He emigrated in 1860 from Canada to the United States.7,3 He and Melissa Hazelton appeared on the census of 1870 at Shelby Twp, Oceana Co, MI.8,3 Gilbert Bingley Goble and Melissa Hazelton appeared on the census of 1880 at Whitehall, Muskegon Co, MI.9,3 Gilbert Bingley Goble appeared on the census of 1900 at Ward 11, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI; widowed, in the household of his son Milton.7,3 He appeared on the census of 1910 at Ward 10, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI; in the household of his son Milton.10,3

Children of Gilbert Bingley Goble and Melissa Hazelton

Citations

  1. [S1351] Hupfer.
  2. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, 723:266A.
  3. [S6943] Ron Brady,.
  4. [S596] For person date and place given, Death - Civil Registration of, Gilbert Bingley Goble, County of Kent, MI, p. 69:23, line 10.
  5. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited.
  6. [S6944] Genealogical Research Library, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1926.
  7. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, p. 723:266A.
  8. [S95] Census - US: 1870, p. 696:729B.
  9. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 597:45A.
  10. [S600] Census - US: 1910, p. 657:224B.
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Milton M. Goble1

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     Milton M. Goble was born in August 1867 at Michigan.2,1 He was the son of Gilbert Bingley Goble and Melissa Hazelton.1 Milton M. Goble married Lydia Marley circa 1897.2 Milton M. Goble died on 7 July 1937 at Biloxi, MS.1
     He and Lydia Marley appeared on the census of 1900 at Ward 11, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.2,1 Milton M. Goble and Lydia Marley appeared on the census of 1910 at Ward 10, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.3,1 Milton M. Goble resided in 1920 at Ward 3, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.1
Father*Gilbert Bingley Goble1 b. Nov 1839, d. 6 Jan 1918
Mother*Melissa Hazelton1 b. 30 Apr 1839, d. 8 Dec 1891

Citations

  1. [S6943] Ron Brady,.
  2. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, p. 723:266A.
  3. [S600] Census - US: 1910, p. 657:224B.
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Walter A. Goble1

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     Walter A. Goble was born in 1863 at Michigan.1,2 He was the son of Gilbert Bingley Goble and Melissa Hazelton.1 Walter A. Goble married Jenney A. (?) circa 1895.3
     Walter A. Goble appeared on the census of 1880 at Whitehall, Muskegon Co, MI.4,1 He appeared on the census of 1910 at Ward 2, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.1,3
Father*Gilbert Bingley Goble1 b. Nov 1839, d. 6 Jan 1918
Mother*Melissa Hazelton1 b. 30 Apr 1839, d. 8 Dec 1891

Citations

  1. [S6943] Ron Brady,.
  2. [S95] Census - US: 1870, p. 696:729B.
  3. [S600] Census - US: 1910, p. 656:13A.
  4. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 597:45A.
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Annie Goldsmith1

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     Annie Goldsmith married William Henry Williams, son of Jasper Williams and Elizabeth Ann Rice. This is an uncertain record.1
     Her married name was Williams.

Citations

  1. [S1371] Letter, Denise J. Rice to George W. King, 1995-1997.
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Catherine Goldsmith1

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Child of Catherine Goldsmith and Thomas Goldsmith

Citations

  1. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
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Corinne Powell Goldsmith1

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     Corinne Powell Goldsmith was born on 13 January 1896 at Lequille, Annapolis Co, NS.2,3 She was the daughter of James FitzGerald Goldsmith and Olive Viola Delaney.2 Corinne Powell Goldsmith married William Wallace Graham Jr, son of William Wallace Graham and Margaret S. Rice, on 18 March 1920.2 Corinne Powell Goldsmith died on 29 July 1981 at Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co, NS.2,3 She was buried on 31 July 1981 at Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co, NS.2
Father*James FitzGerald Goldsmith2
Mother*Olive Viola Delaney2 b. c 1874

Citations

  1. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, pp. 36, 89, 208, 209.
  2. [S1323] Letter, Isabel Corkum to George W. King, November 1995.
  3. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, p. 89.
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Fredrick Goldsmith1

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     Fredrick Goldsmith married Martha Rice, daughter of Israel Burpee Rice and Margaret Anthony.1

Child of Fredrick Goldsmith and Martha Rice

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 99.
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James FitzGerald Goldsmith1

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     James FitzGerald Goldsmith married Olive Viola Delaney after 1891.1

Child of James FitzGerald Goldsmith and Olive Viola Delaney

Citations

  1. [S1323] Letter, Isabel Corkum to George W. King, November 1995.
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Lena Gertrude Goldsmith1

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     Lena Gertrude Goldsmith was born on 22 December 1902 at Perotte, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Goldsmith and Catherine Goldsmith.2 Lena Gertrude Goldsmith married Gordon George Rice, son of Charles Oscar Rice and Ida Anderson.1 Lena Gertrude Goldsmith died on 16 February 1958 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She was buried at Saint Mark's Cemetery, Perotte, NS.3
     Her married name was Rice.
Father*Thomas Goldsmith2
Mother*Catherine Goldsmith2

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 1061, 1247.
  2. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
  3. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, FREEMAN, Marjorie Gertrude, The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, NS, 24 July 2020.
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Margaret Olivia Goldsmith1

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     Margaret Olivia Goldsmith was born on 3 January 1844 at Round Hill, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She married James Abraham Spurr, son of James Wilkie Spurr and Susannah Copeland, on 16 October 1863.2 Margaret Olivia Goldsmith died on 7 June 1923 at Round Hill, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She was buried after 7 June 1923 at Saint Marks Church Cemetery, Perotte, Annapolis Co, NS.3
     Her married name was Spurr. She and James Abraham Spurr resided on 6 April 1891 at Lequille District, Annapolis Co, NS.4 Margaret Olivia Goldsmith and James Abraham Spurr resided before 1914 at Perotte, Annapolis Co, NS.5 Margaret Olivia Goldsmith and James Abraham Spurr resided after 1914 at Round Hill, Annapolis Co, NS.5

Children of Margaret Olivia Goldsmith and James Abraham Spurr

Citations

  1. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 520.
  2. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 125.
  3. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, her grave stone.
  4. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, o, p. 18.
  5. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 126.
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Ruth Goldsmith1

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     Ruth Goldsmith was the daughter of Fredrick Goldsmith and Martha Rice.1 Ruth Goldsmith married Sidney T H Northcott at United States of America; no children.1 Ruth Goldsmith died in 1965.1
     Her married name was Northcott.
Father*Fredrick Goldsmith1
Mother*Martha Rice1 b. c 1875

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 99.
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Thomas Goldsmith1

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Child of Thomas Goldsmith and Catherine Goldsmith

Citations

  1. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
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John Gomes1

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     John Gomes married Bernice Miller, daughter of Norwood Austin Miller and Florabel Joy Smith.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 99.
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Mary Goodenow1,2

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     Mary Goodenow was born on 5 April 1712 at Marlborough, MA.3,4,5 She married Beriah Rice on 6 January 1730/31 at Westborough, MA.6,2,7 Mary Goodenow died after June 1763 although we have no record of Mary's death or her living in Nova Scotia, her husband Beriah Rice left her one half interest in his farm and dwelling on the east side of Bloody Bridge Creek in the Township of Annapolis, Nova Scotia. Your author considers it quite certain that Mary lived at Annapolis Royal after 1760 and died after Beriah's will was recorded, 27 June 1764.8
     Her married name was Rice. She and Beriah Rice resided in February 1731 at Westborough, MA. Mary Goodenow and Beriah Rice were admitted to the church at Westboro on 30 May 1742 at Westborough, MA.3

Citations

  1. [S1] Andrew Henshaw Ward, Rice Family (Ward), pp. 24, 62.
  2. [S2] Edmund Rice (1638) Association, Rice Family - Supp 1, p. 10.
  3. [S1] Andrew Henshaw Ward, Rice Family (Ward), p. 62.
  4. [S22] Marlborough MA, Marlborough, MA, Vital Records.
  5. [S274] Marlborough, MA, VR Index: p. 1:33.
  6. [S1] Andrew Henshaw Ward, Rice Family (Ward), p. 24, 62.
  7. [S74] Westborough MA, Westborough, MA, Vital Records, p. 161 (cites church records).
  8. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, Annapolis County Probate Will Books, volume 1, page 9.
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James G Goodrich1

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     James G Goodrich married Sarah Jane Child, daughter of Horace S. Childs and Mary P. Rice, in 1850.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 520.
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S. B. Goodrich

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     S. B. Goodrich married Mabel M. Rice, daughter of Adoniram Judson Rice and Eliza Christopher.
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Harold Bertrand Goodspeed1

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     Harold Bertrand Goodspeed was born on 15 June 1901 at Penniac, NB.1 He married Janet Mae Daniels, daughter of Miner Clarence Daniels and Annie Mae Roach, on 5 October 1927 at Lawrencetown, Annapolis Co, NS.1 Harold Bertrand Goodspeed died on 31 July 1967 at Truro, Colchester Co, NS.1 He was buried at Penniac, NB.1
     He attended Fredericton High School and one year at the University of New Brunswick before settling Truro, N.S., working for the General Motors dealer there in 1927.1 He was self employed, the founder of a General Motors automobile dealership at Truro, N.S.1 He was a member of the United Church Of Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S1417] J Brad Davidson,.
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Albert Goodwin

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     Albert Goodwin was born circa 1865. He was the son of Isaac Goodwin and Emeline (?)1 Albert Goodwin married Amanda Starratt Bent, daughter of George Starratt Bent and Mary Ann Inglis, on 31 December 1890 at Belleisle, Annapolis Co, NS.2,1
     Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent appeared on the census of 1901 at Belleisle, Annapolis Co, NS.3 Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent appeared on the census of 1911 at Granville, Annapolis Co, NS.4
Father*Isaac Goodwin1
Mother*Emeline (?)1

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, 1801:212.113.
  2. [S50] Allen H. Bent, Bent Family in America, p. 214.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26:C:4.43.
  4. [S3862] Census - Canada: 1911, 37:2:3.33.
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Amelia Goodwin

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     Amelia Goodwin married Frank Fenwick Bent, son of George Starratt Bent and Mary Ann Inglis, on 30 December 1891.1
     Her married name was Bent.

Citations

  1. [S50] Allen H. Bent, Bent Family in America, p. 214.
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Doris Goodwin1

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     Doris Goodwin married Clayton Milledge Potter, son of Beniah Potter and Phoebe Ruggles, in 1925.1
     Doris Goodwin and Clayton Milledge Potter resided in 1976 at Lynn, MA.1

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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Elson J. Goodwin1

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     Elson J. Goodwin was born circa 27 September 1899 at Nova Scotia.1 He is the son of Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent.1
Father*Albert Goodwin1 b. c 1865
Mother*Amanda Starratt Bent1 b. 8 Sep 1861

Citations

  1. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26:C:4.43.
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Inglis Goodwin1

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     Inglis Goodwin was born circa June 1904 at Nova Scotia.1 He is the son of Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent.1
Father*Albert Goodwin1 b. c 1865
Mother*Amanda Starratt Bent1 b. 8 Sep 1861

Citations

  1. [S3862] Census - Canada: 1911, 37:2:3.33.
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Isaac Goodwin1

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     Isaac Goodwin and Emeline (?) appeared on the census of 1901 at Belleisle, Annapolis Co, NS.2

Child of Isaac Goodwin and Emeline (?)

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, 1801:212.113.
  2. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26:C:4.49.
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Lawrence Goodwin1

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     Lawrence Goodwin was born circa 1909 at Nova Scotia.1 He is the son of Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent.1
Father*Albert Goodwin1 b. c 1865
Mother*Amanda Starratt Bent1 b. 8 Sep 1861

Citations

  1. [S3862] Census - Canada: 1911, 37:2:3.33.
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Mary E. Goodwin1

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     Mary E. Goodwin was born circa 5 December 1895 at Nova Scotia.1 She is the daughter of Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent.1
Father*Albert Goodwin1 b. c 1865
Mother*Amanda Starratt Bent1 b. 8 Sep 1861

Citations

  1. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26:C:4.43.
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Ralph C. Goodwin1

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     Ralph C. Goodwin was born circa 7 March 1894 at Nova Scotia.1 He is the son of Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent.1
Father*Albert Goodwin1 b. c 1865
Mother*Amanda Starratt Bent1 b. 8 Sep 1861

Citations

  1. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26:C:4.43.
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Wilder C. Goodwin1

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     Wilder C. Goodwin was born circa 19 June 1892 at Nova Scotia.1 He was the son of Albert Goodwin and Amanda Starratt Bent.1
Father*Albert Goodwin1 b. c 1865
Mother*Amanda Starratt Bent1 b. 8 Sep 1861

Citations

  1. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26:C:4.43.
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Annie Gordon1

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     Annie Gordon married Fred Oakley Potter, son of Beniah Potter and Phoebe Ruggles; Annie of Antigonish, NS.2 Annie Gordon was born on 10 September 1893 at Antigonish, NS.3 She died on 25 June 1942 at Clementsvale, Annapolis Co, NS.3 She was buried at Clementsvale Baptist Cemetery, Clementsvale, Annapolis Co, NS.4
     Her married name was Potter.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 86, 121.
  2. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 86.
  3. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
  4. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes, her grave stone.
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Charles Goucher1

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Child of Charles Goucher and Elizabeth Perkins

Citations

  1. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 235, no. 124.
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Elllsworth Morse Goucher1

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     Elllsworth Morse Goucher was born on 5 November 1899 at Allens River (sic), Annapolis Co, NS.1 He was the son of George Fredrick Goucher and Mary Elizabeth Rice.1
Father*George Fredrick Goucher1 b. 9 Dec 1868, d. 21 Jun 1935
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Rice1 b. 24 Aug 1870

Citations

  1. [S595] Birth - Civil Registration of (for person, date, and place given), delayed registration of birth 99100065 (unknown file date).
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George Fredrick Goucher1

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     George Fredrick Goucher was born on 9 December 1868 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.1,2 He was the son of Charles Goucher and Elizabeth Perkins.1 George Fredrick Goucher married Mary Elizabeth Rice, daughter of Henry James Rice and Elizabeth Helen Morse, on 1 November 1893 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.1 George Fredrick Goucher died on 21 June 1935 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.3
Father*Charles Goucher1
Mother*Elizabeth Perkins1

Child of George Fredrick Goucher and Mary Elizabeth Rice

Citations

  1. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 235, no. 124.
  2. [S595] Birth - Civil Registration of (for person, date, and place given), 1801:61, no. 92 (unknown file date).
  3. [S596] For person date and place given, Death - Civil Registration of, 138:548.
  4. [S595] Birth - Civil Registration of (for person, date, and place given), delayed registration of birth 99100065 (unknown file date).
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Rachel Goudey1

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Child of Rachel Goudey and Isaac Marshall

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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Wallace I Gould1

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     Wallace I Gould married Flora Mae Steele, daughter of Avard T. Steele and Emma Gertrude Rice.1

Citations

  1. [S1408] Florence Fosgate, , Avard Steele's obituary.
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Eric Arthur Melrose Gozna1

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     Eric Arthur Melrose Gozna was born on 24 April 1914 at England, (28th per Rice Gen'l Register.)3,4 He was the son of Walter Gozna and Catherine (?)2 Eric Arthur Melrose Gozna married Dorothy A. Rice, daughter of Rupert Rice and Phoebe Hatt, on 15 October 1939.1 Eric Arthur Melrose Gozna died on 15 January 2004 at Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, NS.2,4
     He immigrated in 1928 to Nova Scotia at age 14.2 He was the owner of Harbor View Cottages between 1946 and 1966 at Sandy Cove, NS.2
Father*Walter Gozna2
Mother*Catherine (?)2

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 630, 839.
  2. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, Eric Arthur Melrose Gozna, Halifax Chronicle Herald, 17 January 2004.
  3. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 839.
  4. [S45] US Social Security Administration, US SSDI.
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Walter Gozna1

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Child of Walter Gozna and Catherine (?)

Citations

  1. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, Eric Arthur Melrose Gozna, Halifax Chronicle Herald, 17 January 2004.
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Jessie Grabon1

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     Jessie Grabon married LeBlair Rice, daughter of Levi Rice and Asenath Maria Tupper.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 68.
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Archibald Graham1,2

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     Archibald Graham was born on 5 August 1882 at Bear River, Digby Co, NS.3 He was the son of William Wallace Graham and Margaret S. Rice. Archibald Graham married Blanche Morgan at British Columbia.4 Archibald Graham died on 5 March 1957 at Duncan, BC.1 He was buried on 9 March 1957 at Mountain View Cemetery, Duncan, BC.1
     He was a blacksmith in 1901.3 He resided in 1901 at Hillsburgh District, Digby Co, NS, with his parents.3
Father*William Wallace Graham b. 15 May 1850, d. 10 Jun 1913
Mother*Margaret S. Rice b. 30 Aug 1852, d. 14 Jul 1917

Citations

  1. [S1311] "Some Nova Scotia Grahams", p. 14.
  2. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, pp. 36, 88.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, i p. 8.
  4. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, p. 88.
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Avis Euphemia Graham1

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     Avis Euphemia Graham was born on 9 March 1884 at Bear River, Digby Co, NS.2 She was the daughter of William Wallace Graham and Margaret S. Rice. Avis Euphemia Graham married Rev James King PhD, son of James Stoddon King and Maria Johnston, on 6 July 1910 at Glen Margaret, Halifax Co, NS.3,4 Avis Euphemia Graham died in December 1918 at Southbridge, MA, of the Influenza epidemic of 1918.5 She was buried at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Southbridge, MA.6
     Her married name was King. She was confirmed on 4 May 1902 at Methodist Church, Bear River, NS.7
Father*William Wallace Graham b. 15 May 1850, d. 10 Jun 1913
Mother*Margaret S. Rice b. 30 Aug 1852, d. 14 Jul 1917

Citations

  1. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, pp. 36, 88, 89, 208.
  2. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, i p. 8.
  3. [S1285] George King.
  4. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 1910:1821:60, no. 283.
  5. [S1310] Harold King.
  6. [S1285] George King, her grave stone.
  7. [S1311] "Some Nova Scotia Grahams", p. 14.
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