Angus MacLeod1

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     Angus MacLeod was born on 28 September 1852 at Cow Bay, NS.1 He was the son of Murdock MacLeod and Effie (?)2 Angus MacLeod married Lenora Frances Spencer, daughter of Hezekiah Spencer and Emily Susannah Martell, on 4 October 1882 at South Port Morien, NS.3,1 Angus MacLeod died on 24 July 1925 at Port Morien, NS.2,1 He was buried on 25 July 1925 at Black Brook Cemetery, Port Morien, NS.4,1
     He was a miner in 1901.1 He and Lenora Frances Spencer appeared on the census of 1911 at Port Morien, NS.5,1
Father*Murdock MacLeod2
Mother*Effie (?)

Citations

  1. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  2. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 80:594.
  3. [S2345] James McCormick and Shirley McCormick, NS Vital Statistics from Presbyterian Witness, 14 October 1882.
  4. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited.
  5. [S3862] Census - Canada: 1911, Port Morien poll district, p.15.
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Catherine Jane MacLeod1,2

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     Catherine Jane MacLeod was born on 31 January 1876 at Port Morien, NS.2 She married Clyde Archibald Spencer, son of Samuel Archibald Spencer and Ellen Martha Martell, on 18 November 1902 at Glace Bay, Cape Breton Co, NS.2 Catherine Jane MacLeod died on 28 April 1956.3,2 She was buried at Black Brook Cemetery, Port Morien, NS.3,2
     Her married name was Spencer.2 She also went by the name of "Katie."2 She and Clyde Archibald Spencer appeared on the census of 1911 at Port Morien, NS.4,2

Citations

  1. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited, BlackBrook Cemetery transcription.
  2. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  3. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited, Katie J. MacLeod (Spencer).
  4. [S3862] Census - Canada: 1911, Cape Breton South, 15 Port Morien poll district, p. 15.
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Dolly MacLeod1

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     Dolly MacLeod married Everett Rice, son of Theophilus Rice and Armenia Smith.1
     Her married name was Rice.1 Dolly MacLeod and Everett Rice resided before 1943 at Big Baddeck, Victoria Co, NS.2 Dolly MacLeod and Everett Rice resided after 1943 at Sydney, Cape Breton Co, NS.1

Citations

  1. [S1431] Perley W. Smith, Smiths of Cape Breton, p. 119.
  2. [S1432] Evelyn Dithurbide.
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Flora MacLeod1

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     Flora MacLeod was born on 8 June 1868 at Mira, NS.1 She was the daughter of Murdock MacLeod and Effie (?) Flora MacLeod married Herbert Joseph Spencer, son of Hezekiah Spencer and Emily Susannah Martell, on 14 February 1894 at Mira, NS.1 Flora MacLeod died on 4 April 1920 at Port Morien, NS.2,1 She was buried on 7 April 1920 at Saint Paul's Cemetery, Port Morien, NS.3,1
     Her married name was Spencer.1
Father*Murdock MacLeod
Mother*Effie (?)

Citations

  1. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  2. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 57:74.
  3. [S18] Gravestone inscription for person cited.
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John MacLeod1

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     John MacLeod married Louise Harris, daughter of Rupert Alexis Harris and Alva Etta Mullen.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 96.
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Murdock MacLeod1

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     Murdock MacLeod married Effie (?)2
     Murdock MacLeod and Effie (?) appeared on the census of 1881 at Cow Bay, Cape Breton Co, NS; Murdoch McLeod, married, male, age 58, born Scotland;
Effie McLeod, married, female, age 52, born Scotland;
Archibald McLeod, male, age 19, born Nova Scotia;
Catherine McLeod, female, age 15, born Nova Scotia;
Flora McLeod, female, age 11, born Nova Scotia.3

Children of Murdock MacLeod and Effie (?)

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 80:594.
  2. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD.
  3. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites NAC film C-13166 6:m:74.
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Nellie M MacLeod1

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     Nellie M MacLeod was born in 1887.1 She married James Edward Rice, son of James E Rice and Lavinia Littlewood.1 Nellie M MacLeod died in 1949.1
     Her married name was Rice.

Children of Nellie M MacLeod and James Edward Rice

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 100.
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Agnes MacMillan1

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     Agnes MacMillan married 2nd Dr Charles Ernest McLaughlin, son of James McLaughlin and Hannah Maria Banks.1
     Her married name was McLaughlin.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 93.
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Catherine MacMillan1

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     Catherine MacMillan was born circa 1902 at Catalone, NS.1 She was the daughter of John MacMillan and Mary Robinson.2 Catherine MacMillan married Harold Hubert Nicoll, son of James E. Nicoll and Clara Elizabeth Spencer, on 6 September 1922 at Port Morien, NS; Harold Hubert Nicoll, farmer, widower, 28, Baptist of Mira Gut, CB m. Catherine McMillan, spinster, 20, Presbyterian of Catalone on 6 Sep 1922 at St. John's Presbyterian Manse, Port Morien, CB by license # 1810.
He was b. Mira Gut, CB to James Nicoll, b. Mira Gut, & Clara Spencer. She was b. Catalone, CB to John McMillan, b. Catalone, & Mary Robinson.2,1
     Her married name was Nicoll.1
Father*John MacMillan2
Mother*Mary Robinson2

Citations

  1. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  2. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 27:671.
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John MacMillan1

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Child of John MacMillan and Mary Robinson

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 27:671.
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Charles W MacNeil1

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     Charles W MacNeil was born circa 1835 at Westport, Digby Co, NS.2 He was the son of Reid MacNeil.2 Charles W MacNeil married 1st Mary Louisa Payson, daughter of John Payson, on 29 November 1864 at Westport, Digby Co, NS.2 Charles W MacNeil died between 1879 and 1881; between the conception of his youngest daughter and the 1881 census.3
     He was a master mariner.1
Father*Reid MacNeil2

Citations

  1. [S1361] Letter, Ross McCurdy to George W. King, August 1996, #235.
  2. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1864, #1.
  3. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 15 SubDist F Page 10 Family 50.
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Elizabeth MacNeil1

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     Elizabeth MacNeil married Parker Moses Rice, son of Abner Trenholme Rice and Augusta Moffett, at New Glasgow, Pictou Co, NS.2 Elizabeth MacNeil was born in 1883, from New Glasgow, NS.1,3 She died in 1960.1,4
     Her married name was Rice. She was also known as Libby MacNeil.5

Children of Elizabeth MacNeil and Parker Moses Rice

Citations

  1. [S1346] Beaton Institute, Biographical and genealogical files, (Rice).
  2. [S1346] Beaton Institute, Biographical and genealogical files.
  3. [S1353] Smith, (tombstone).
  4. [S1353] Smith.
  5. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 1755.
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Jessie MacNeil1

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     Jessie MacNeil married Charles Easson, son of Alexander Easson and Jessie Bent.1
     Her married name was Easson.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 73.
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Reid MacNeil1

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Child of Reid MacNeil

Citations

  1. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1864, #1.
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Margaret C MacNeill

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     Margaret C MacNeill was born in 1917 at Sydney, Cape Breton Co, NS.1 She was the daughter of Neil M MacNeill and Sadie E Burke.1 Margaret C MacNeill married David Lloyd George Smith, son of George Alexander Smith and Lydia Ethel Rice, in 1943 at Halifax, Halifax Co, NS.1 Margaret C MacNeill was buried in 1991 at Lakeside Cemetery, North Sydney, Cape Breton Co, NS.1 She died in 1991 at Baddeck, Victoria Co, NS.1
     Her married name was Smith.
Father*Neil M MacNeill1
Mother*Sadie E Burke1

Citations

  1. [S1353] Smith.
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Neil M MacNeill1

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     Neil M MacNeill married Sadie E Burke.1

Child of Neil M MacNeill and Sadie E Burke

Citations

  1. [S1353] Smith.
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Lydia MacPhail1

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     Lydia MacPhail married Noah Phillips, son of John Theopolus Phillips and Sarah Jane Cranton, circa 1895 at Whycocomagh, Inverness Co, NS.1
     Her married name was Phillips.

Citations

  1. [S1345] Davis.
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Agnes Winnifred MacPhearson1

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     Agnes Winnifred MacPhearson was born on 16 July 1910 at Hampton, Kings Co, NB.1 She is the daughter of Francis Angus MacPhearson and Josephine Desmond.2 Agnes Winnifred MacPhearson married Harry Clifford Rice 2nd, son of James Arthur Rice and Annie MacLaughlin, on 24 May 1933 at Hampton, Kings Co, NB.2
     Her married name was Rice. Agnes Winnifred MacPhearson was a nurse.2
Father*Francis Angus MacPhearson2
Mother*Josephine Desmond2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 5.
  2. [S1390] Letter, Gerald A. Rice to George W. King, August 1996, p. 5.
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Francis Angus MacPhearson1

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     Francis Angus MacPhearson was a tailor.1

Child of Francis Angus MacPhearson and Josephine Desmond

Citations

  1. [S1390] Letter, Gerald A. Rice to George W. King, August 1996, p. 5.
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Archibald MacQuarrie1

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Child of Archibald MacQuarrie and Mary Hitchins

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 27:616.
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Marguerita MacQuarrie1

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     Marguerita MacQuarrie was born on 28 December 1892 at Glace Bay, Cape Breton Co, NS.1 She was the daughter of Archibald MacQuarrie and Mary Hitchins.2 Marguerita MacQuarrie married Roy Aubrey Spencer, son of Lewis George Spencer and Sarah Ann Spencer, on 2 August 1922 at Sydney, Cape Breton Co, NS; Roy Aubrey Spencer, engineer, 33, of Glace Bay m. Marguerita MacQuarrie, nurse, 29 of 54 Union St, Sydney on 2 Aug 1922 at 54 Union St. Sydney, NS. He was b. in Morien to Lewis George Spencer, b. Mira, & Sarah Spencer. She was b. Glace Bay to Archibald MacQuarrie, b. Mira, & Mary Hitchins.2,1
     Her married name was Spencer.1
Father*Archibald MacQuarrie2
Mother*Mary Hitchins2

Citations

  1. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  2. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 27:616.
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Bernice MacRae1

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     Bernice MacRae married F Courtenay Purdy, son of Augustus Purdy and Florence Maud Copeland.1
     Her married name was Purdy.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 96, 135.
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Elizabeth Ann MacRae1

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Child of Elizabeth Ann MacRae and Thomas Etheridge (II)

Citations

  1. [S1345] Davis.
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Richard MacRae1

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     Richard MacRae married 1st Bertha Eunice Wright, daughter of Edward Ensley Wright and Celestia Potter.1

Citations

  1. [S1400] Nelson.
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Angus W MacVicar

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     Angus W MacVicar married Ella Victoria MacDonald.1

Child of Angus W MacVicar and Ella Victoria MacDonald

Citations

  1. [S1342] Jennifer Witham,.
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George Donald Macvicar1,2

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     George Donald Macvicar was born on 31 December 1915 at Mira Gut, NS.1,2 He is the son of Angus W MacVicar and Ella Victoria MacDonald.1 George Donald Macvicar married Eva Alice Nicoll, daughter of Captain Joseph Martel Nicoll and Sophia May Spencer, on 18 September 1948 at Mira Gut, NS.1,2 George Donald Macvicar died on 11 April 1995 at Sydney, Cape Breton Co, NS.3,1,2 He was buried on 15 April 1995 at Riverside Cemetery, Mira, NS.2,3
     He and Eva Alice Nicoll resided in 1974 at Mira Gut, NS, according to her mother's obituary.4 George Donald Macvicar was a retired Supervisor, Accounts Receivable in 1980 at Cape Breton Development Corporation, Sydney, NS.2
Father*Angus W MacVicar1
Mother*Ella Victoria MacDonald1

Citations

  1. [S1342] Jennifer Witham,.
  2. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  3. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, George Donald Macvicar, Cape Breton Post, 13 April 1995.
  4. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, Mrs Sophia Nicoll, Cape Breton Post, 23 September 1974.
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Anna Pharlan MacWalker

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     Anna Pharlan MacWalker was born on 30 July 1922 at West Bay, NS.1 She is the daughter of Wallace Roderick MacWalker and Jessie Margaret MacInnis.1 Anna Pharlan MacWalker married John Wesley Nicoll, son of Captain Joseph Martel Nicoll and Sophia May Spencer, on 12 July 1943 at Margaree, Inverness Co, NS.1
     Her married name was Nicoll.
Father*Wallace Roderick MacWalker1
Mother*Jessie Margaret MacInnis1

Citations

  1. [S1342] Jennifer Witham,.
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Wallace Roderick MacWalker

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     Wallace Roderick MacWalker married Jessie Margaret MacInnis.1

Child of Wallace Roderick MacWalker and Jessie Margaret MacInnis

Citations

  1. [S1342] Jennifer Witham,.
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James Roy Maddox1

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     James Roy Maddox was born circa 6 February 1889 at Roxbury, MA.2,3 He married Laura Rice, daughter of Melbourne Rice and Mary Elizabeth Carty, in June 1919 at Lansdowne, Digby Co, NS.4,5 James Roy Maddox was buried at Knollwood Cemetery, Canton, MA.2 He died on 29 June 1964 at Cape Cod Hospital, Hyannis, MA.2
     He resided in 1925 at Roslindale, MA.3 He and Laura Rice resided before 1951 at 72 Valley Road, Needham, MA.5 James Roy Maddox resided before 1964 at Dennisport, MA.2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 82.
  2. [S1484] James Ray Maddox, Maddox, James R - Death Certificate.
  3. [S1486] Calvin Wallace Maddox, Certificate of Birth 1925-218-14 (unknown file date).
  4. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
  5. [S596] For person date and place given, Death - Civil Registration of.
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Grace Anderson Magarvey1

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     Grace Anderson Magarvey married Stewart D. Rice, son of Norman Leander Rice and Mary Milner.1
     Her married name was Rice.

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 99.
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Andrew Mailing1

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Child of Andrew Mailing

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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Annie Mailing1

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     Annie Mailing was born circa 1867 at Nova Scotia, the 1891 census gives her birth year as 1863, the 1901 census gives her birth date as 10 June 1869, her age at death gives her birth year as 1867.2,3 She was the daughter of John Mailing. Annie Mailing married John R. Rice, son of Stephen Rice and Adeline Berry. This was the 2nd marriage for Annie Mailing.4,5 She died on 1 October 1943 at age 76.6 She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, Bear River, Annapolis Co, NS.6
     Her married name was Rice. Her married name was Wentzell. She resided in April 1901 at Hillsburgh District, Digby Co, NS, as a widow named Annie Wentzell.3
Father*John Mailing b. c 1815, d. c 1898

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 67, 79, 101.
  2. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 31, 1, p. 14.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, i, p. 14.
  4. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 1581.1.
  5. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 64, 79.
  6. [S1397] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Rice Notes, her grave stone.
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Ethel Mailing1

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     Ethel Mailing married Henry Mailing, son of John Mailing and Dorothy Rice.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 67.
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Henry Mailing1

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     Henry Mailing was born circa 1881 at Nova Scotia.2 He was the son of John Mailing and Dorothy Rice. Henry Mailing married Ethel Mailing.1
Father*John Mailing b. c 1815, d. c 1898
Mother*Dorothy Rice b. 1847

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 67.
  2. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, p. 12.
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John Mailing1

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     John Mailing was born circa 1815 at Windsor, NS, he declared age 58 at the time of his marriage in 1879.1,2 He married Dorothy Rice, daughter of John Balser Rice and Elizabeth Chute, on 6 July 1879 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, NS.3,2 John Mailing died circa 1898.4
     He and Dorothy Rice resided on 10 April 1891 at Hillsburgh District, Digby Co, NS.1

Child of John Mailing

Child of John Mailing and Dorothy Rice

Citations

  1. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 31, 1, p. 12.
  2. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1879, #32.
  3. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 42.
  4. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, i, p. 14.
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Nellie Mildred Mailing1

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     Nellie Mildred Mailing was born on 6 March 1896 at Greenland, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She was the daughter of Charles Slocombe Maling and Amanda Maude Berry.2 Nellie Mildred Mailing married Reginald Eugene Potter, son of John Douglas Potter Jr and Sabra Ann Potter, on 6 March 1912.2 Nellie Mildred Mailing died on 6 March 1981 at Bear River, NS.2 She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, Bear River, Annapolis Co, NS.2
     Her married name was Potter.
Father*Charles Slocombe Maling2 b. 12 Aug 1871
Mother*Amanda Maude Berry2 b. 6 Mar 1879

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 86, 121, 122.
  2. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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Susan Mailing1

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     Susan Mailing was born circa 1857 at Nova Scotia, she declared age 18 at her marriage.3 She was the daughter of Andrew Mailing.2 Susan Mailing married George Whitefield Potter, son of Jeremiah Vanderbilt Potter and Sophia Chute, on 28 March 1875 at Clementsport, Annapolis Co, NS.2,4
     Her married name was Potter. Susan Mailing and George Whitefield Potter appeared on the census of 1881 at Hessian Line District, Annapolis Co, NS; George W Potter, male, married, age 30, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Farmer; Susan Potter, female, married, age 24, born Nova Scotia; Safronia M Potter, female, age 5, born Nova Scotia; George B Potter, male, age 3, born Nova Scotia; Willit N Potter, male, age 1, born Nova Scotia.5 Susan Mailing and George Whitefield Potter resided between 1891 and 1901 at Clementsvale District, Annapolis Co, NS.3,6
Father*Andrew Mailing2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 58.
  2. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
  3. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, h, p. 15.
  4. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 73, no. 26.
  5. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 16 SubDist I Page 30 Family 128.
  6. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, h, p. 6.
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Catherine Mailman1

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     Catherine Mailman was born on 12 May 1871 at Lake LaRose, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She was the daughter of George Mailman and Rachael Wagstaff.2 Catherine Mailman was born on 2 May 1873 at Nova Scotia.3 She married Arthur Spurr on 15 April 1890 at Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co, NS; by Rev F W Kohler.4 Catherine Mailman died on 16 September 1955 at Lequille, Annapolis Co, NS.2 She was buried after 16 September 1955 at Woodlawn Cemetery, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.5
     She also went by the name of "Cassie Mailman."2 Her married name was Spurr. She and Arthur Spurr resided between 1891 and 1901 at Lequille District, Annapolis Co, NS.6,3 Catherine Mailman left a will that was registered on 12 November 1955 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.7
Father*George Mailman2 b. c 1841, d. 26 Aug 1904
Mother*Rachael Wagstaff2

Child of Catherine Mailman and Arthur Spurr

Citations

  1. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 200.
  2. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 201.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, o, p. 6.
  4. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, Lunenburg Co marriages p. 76, #146.
  5. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 202.
  6. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, o, p. 15.
  7. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, Annapolis Co wills #20607.
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Ernest Mailman1

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Child of Ernest Mailman and Florence Forcey

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 1247.
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George Mailman1

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     George Mailman was born circa 1841 at Bridgetown, Annapolis Co, NS.2 He married Rachael Wagstaff on 26 September 1872 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.1,2 George Mailman died on 26 August 1904 at Lequille, Annapolis Co, NS.3
     He was also known as George Mailman; of Lake LaRose, NS.4 He left a will on 26 April 1904 at Lequille, Annapolis Co, NS, which was recorded 03 Sep 1904: LWT of George Mailman of Lequille, farmer. Wife: Rachel. Children: Harry, Ernest, William, Bertram Whitman, and Edith Mailman.3

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, penned note at end of manuscript.
  2. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 50, no. 94.
  3. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #1616, Annapolis County Probate Will Books, p. 488 and Estate folio M278.
  4. [S1365] Vernon Morse Spurr, Michael and Jane (Shippee) Spurr, p. 201.
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Gilbert Ernest Mailman1

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     Gilbert Ernest Mailman was born on 13 June 1900 at Lake LaRose, Annapolis Co, NS.3 He was the son of Ernest Mailman and Florence Forcey.2,3 Gilbert Ernest Mailman married Lila Rice, daughter of Charles Oscar Rice and Ida Anderson.1 Gilbert Ernest Mailman died on 7 April 1980 at Lequille, Annapolis Co, NS.3
Father*Ernest Mailman2
Mother*Florence Forcey3

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 1061, 1247.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 1247.
  3. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
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William Thomas Mailman1

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     William Thomas Mailman was born on 6 June 1879 at Lake LaRose, Annapolis Co, NS.2 He was the son of George Mailman and Rachael Wagstaff.1 William Thomas Mailman was baptized on 29 August 1880 at Saint Lukes Anglican Church, Lake LaRose, Annapolis Co, NS; by James J Ritchie, Rector.2 He married Susan Elizabeth Rice, daughter of William Henry Rice Jr and Elizabeth R. Woodland, on 22 October 1902 at Lake LaRose, Annapolis Co, NS.3,4 William Thomas Mailman died in 1963.3
Father*George Mailman1 b. c 1841, d. 26 Aug 1904
Mother*Rachael Wagstaff1

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, penned note at end of manuscript.
  2. [S1320] Saint Luke's Church, Annapolis - Saint Luke's Church, p. 123.
  3. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
  4. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 35, no. 78.
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Dwight Main1

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     Dwight Main married Grace Harris, daughter of Edward J. Harris and Annie Rebecca Rice.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 94.
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Della Mains1

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     Della Mains married Henry B. Rice, son of Henry Rice and Mary Jane Gage.1
     Her married name was Rice.

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 706.
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Artie Eugenia Makeever1

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     Artie Eugenia Makeever was born on 25 May 1869 at Marseilles, IL.2 She was the daughter of Samuel Lowden Makeever and Ellen Roxanne Pitcher.2 Artie Eugenia Makeever married William L. Lewis on 25 November 1915; his second wife.1 Artie Eugenia Makeever died on 17 August 1960 at Lewis, CO.3
     Her married name was Lewis.
Father*Samuel Lowden Makeever2 d. 14 Dec 1909
Mother*Ellen Roxanne Pitcher2 b. 29 Mar 1848, d. 11 Mar 1923

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 652, 866.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 652.
  3. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 866.
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Harlo Benton Makeever1

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     Harlo Benton Makeever was born on 20 February 1875 at Marseilles, IL.2 He was the son of Samuel Lowden Makeever and Ellen Roxanne Pitcher.2 Harlo Benton Makeever married Margaret Elizabeth Glass on 12 March 1896; Margaret of Canada.1 Harlo Benton Makeever died on 15 January 1948 at Newton, IA.3
Father*Samuel Lowden Makeever2 d. 14 Dec 1909
Mother*Ellen Roxanne Pitcher2 b. 29 Mar 1848, d. 11 Mar 1923

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 652, 866.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 652.
  3. [S1297] Cunico.
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Harold Roy Makeever1

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     Harold Roy Makeever married Velma Dickens.1 Harold Roy Makeever was born on 25 February 1884 at Marseilles, IL.1 He was the son of Samuel Lowden Makeever and Ellen Roxanne Pitcher.2 Harold Roy Makeever died on 20 October 1918 at Cortez, CO.3
Father*Samuel Lowden Makeever2 d. 14 Dec 1909
Mother*Ellen Roxanne Pitcher2 b. 29 Mar 1848, d. 11 Mar 1923

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 652, 866.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 652.
  3. [S1297] Cunico.
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Merton Forrest Makeever1

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     Merton Forrest Makeever was born on 27 June 1867 at Marseilles, IL.2 He was the son of Samuel Lowden Makeever and Ellen Roxanne Pitcher.2 Merton Forrest Makeever married Olive Clara Brumach, daughter of Joseph Brumach and Margaret Beard, on 5 April 1894 at Ottawa, IL.1 Merton Forrest Makeever died on 12 February 1953 at Marseilles, LaSalle Co, IL.3
     He was educated at Lealand Stanford University, Marseilles, IL, attended for two years, no years specified.4
Father*Samuel Lowden Makeever2 d. 14 Dec 1909
Mother*Ellen Roxanne Pitcher2 b. 29 Mar 1848, d. 11 Mar 1923

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 652, 866.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 652.
  3. [S1297] Cunico.
  4. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 866.
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Samuel Lowden Makeever1

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     Samuel Lowden Makeever was the son of William Makeever and Charity Hard.2 Samuel Lowden Makeever married Ellen Roxanne Pitcher, daughter of Lyman Pitcher and Emily Rice, in October 1865 at Decorah, IA.1 Samuel Lowden Makeever died on 14 December 1909 at Marseilles, IL. His obituary said: Resident of Marseilles and vicinity for 50 years. Died at home on Fairview.3
     He was in the military between 1864 and 1865 where he volunteered for one year's service with the Grand Army of the Republic in the US Civil War. He served with Company E, 153rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry, first as a private then a corporal. He was discharged on 2 September at Memphis, TN.2 He was a school teacher and farmer after 1865.2 He and Ellen Roxanne Pitcher resided between 1865 and 1909 at Marseilles, IL.4
Father*William Makeever2 b. 17 Aug 1802, d. 27 Jan 1847
Mother*Charity Hard2 b. 11 Mar 1806, d. 24 Aug 1876

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 403, 651.
  2. [S1297] Cunico.
  3. [S1297] Cunico, Daily Republican Times, Ottawa, IL - obituary.
  4. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 652.
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William Makeever1

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     William Makeever was born on 17 August 1802 at Trumbull County, OH.1 He married Charity Hard on 17 August 1826 at Trumbull County, OH.1 William Makeever died on 27 January 1847 at Trumbull County, OH.1

Child of William Makeever and Charity Hard

Citations

  1. [S1297] Cunico.
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Charles Slocombe Maling1

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     Charles Slocombe Maling was born on 12 August 1871 at Clementsport, Annapolis Co, NS.2,3 He married Amanda Maude Berry on 1 December 1893 at Clements, Annapolis Co, NS; Charles Maling declared age 23, born at Clementsport and living at Clementsport; and Maud Berry declared age 14, born at Clements and living at Clements at the time of their marriage.1,3
     Charles Slocombe Maling and Amanda Maude Berry resided in April 1901 at Clementsvale District, Annapolis Co, NS.2

Child of Charles Slocombe Maling and Amanda Maude Berry

Citations

  1. [S1374] Robert and William Dukeshire, p. 44.
  2. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, g, p. 11.
  3. [S1433] Annapolis County Marriages, 1864-1910, LDS film number 1298863: p. 236, no. 134.
  4. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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(?) Mallah1

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     (?) Mallah married Anna Maude Cranton, daughter of John Beriah Cranton and Ellen McColl.1

Citations

  1. [S1345] Davis.
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Catherine Myra Mallinson1

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     Catherine Myra Mallinson was born on 22 August 1878 at Pittsfield, MA.1 She was the daughter of Nathan Dwight Mallinson and Sarah Hazard.1 Catherine Myra Mallinson married David Newton Rice, son of Frank Lewis Rice and Mary D. Putnam, on 23 November 1896 at Washington, MA; her second marriage.1 Catherine Myra Mallinson died on 27 January 1924 at Becket, MA.1
     Her married name was Pelkey. She also went by the name of "Kate Mallinson."2 Her married name was Rice.
Father*Nathan Dwight Mallinson1
Mother*Sarah Hazard1

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 864.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 648.
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Nathan Dwight Mallinson1

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Child of Nathan Dwight Mallinson and Sarah Hazard

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 864.
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Florence Mallory1

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     Florence Mallory is the daughter of John Mallory and Elizabeth Rice.
Father*John Mallory
Mother*Elizabeth Rice b. c 1817

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 473.
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John Mallory1

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     John Mallory married Elizabeth Rice, daughter of Joseph Rice and Mary Burnell; John of Fayette, OH.1

Child of John Mallory and Elizabeth Rice

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 473.
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Mary Angeline Mallory1,2

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     Mary Angeline Mallory was born circa 1851 at Scottsville, Orleans Co, NY.2 She married 2nd Daniel Samuel Dickenson Rice, son of Obed Marsh Rice and Sarah Maria Whipples, in 1908.1,2 Mary Angeline Mallory died on 14 April 1923.2 She was buried after 14 April 1923 at Mount Hope Cemetery, Lansing, MI.2
     Her married name was Rice.

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 477.
  2. [S1294] Letter, Dolores Rice Mandeville to George W. King, 21 August 1996, 31 March 1998.
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William James Maloney1

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     William James Maloney was born in 1901.2 He married Margaret Rice, daughter of James Albert Rice and Emma Christie Watt.1 William James Maloney died on 21 July 1979 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS.2

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 1061.
  2. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
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Sarah A Manning1

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     Sarah A Manning married Dean Sage.1
     Her married name was Sage.

Child of Sarah A Manning and Dean Sage

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 986.
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Alice M. Mansfield1

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     Alice M. Mansfield was born circa 1884 at Lynn, MA.1 She is the daughter of George H. Mansfield and Annie C. Hollis.1 Alice M. Mansfield married Wilbur Samuel Potter, son of James Edward Potter Jr and Eleanor Townsend, on 5 October 1914 at Lynn, MA.1
     As of 5 October 1914,her married name was Potter.1
Father*George H. Mansfield1
Mother*Annie C. Hollis1

Citations

  1. [S1435] Marriage Certificate, For spouses place and time cited marriage, 602:463.827.
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George H. Mansfield1

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Child of George H. Mansfield and Annie C. Hollis

Citations

  1. [S1435] Marriage Certificate, For spouses place and time cited marriage, 602:463.827.
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George W. Mapes1

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     George W. Mapes married Emma Mae Rice, daughter of Charles W. Rice and Elizabeth J. Bourne, on 12 September 1898; George of Columbia, CA.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
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Alden March1

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     Alden March was born on 2 July 1869 at Albany, Albany Co, NY.1 He was the son of Dr Henry March and Mary Frances Bush.2 Alden March married Hilda Pauline Flint, daughter of C Littledale Flint and Mary Anne Webb, on 7 June 1913.1 Alden March died on 30 April 1928 at Albany, Albany Co, NY.3
     He appeared on the census of 1880 at Albany, Albany Co, NY; aged 10y.4
Father*Dr Henry March2 b. 13 Dec 1826, d. 7 May 1886
Mother*Mary Frances Bush2 b. 20 Aug 1839, d. 15 May 1917

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 788, 986.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 788.
  3. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 986.
  4. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 806:275.
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Dr Alden March1

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     Dr Alden March married Joanna Perry Armsby.1

Child of Dr Alden March and Joanna Perry Armsby

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 788.
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Caroline March1

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     Caroline March was born on 10 March 1865 at New York.1,3 She was the daughter of Dr Henry March and Mary Frances Bush.2 Caroline March married Richard Henry Winslow Dwight on 9 February 1892.1 Caroline March died on 19 January 1933.4
     Her married name was Dwight. She appeared on the census of 1880 at Albany, Albany Co, NY; aged 15y.3
Father*Dr Henry March2 b. 13 Dec 1826, d. 7 May 1886
Mother*Mary Frances Bush2 b. 20 Aug 1839, d. 15 May 1917

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 788, 986.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 788.
  3. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 806:275.
  4. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 986.
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Helen March1

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     Helen March was born on 5 August 1873.1 She was the daughter of Dr Henry March and Mary Frances Bush.1 Helen March died on 15 October 1873.1
Father*Dr Henry March1 b. 13 Dec 1826, d. 7 May 1886
Mother*Mary Frances Bush1 b. 20 Aug 1839, d. 15 May 1917

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 788.
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Dr Henry March1,2

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     Dr Henry March was born on 13 December 1826 at New York.3,4 He is the son of Dr Alden March and Joanna Perry Armsby.3 Dr Henry March married Mary Frances Bush, daughter of Walter Ralph Bush and Rebecca Cottrell Rice, on 9 October 1862.1,2 Dr Henry March died on 7 May 1886.3
     He appeared on the census of 1880 at Albany, Albany Co, NY; aged 53y.4
Father*Dr Alden March3
Mother*Joanna Perry Armsby3

Children of Dr Henry March and Mary Frances Bush

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 566, 788.
  2. [S2] Edmund Rice (1638) Association, Rice Family - Supp 1, p. 86.
  3. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 788.
  4. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 806:275.
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Joanna March1

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     Joanna March married David I Boyd.1
     Her married name was Boyd.

Child of Joanna March and David I Boyd

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 789.
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Laura March1

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     Laura March was born circa 1880 at Saint John, Saint John Co, NB, she declared age 17 at the time of her marriage.1 She was the daughter of Nathan C. March and Mary Hayes.1 Laura March married Robert E. Timmons, son of Robert Levi Timmons and Esther Abigail Phillips, on 25 August 1897 at Westbrook, ME.1 Laura March died circa 1905 at Portland, ME.2
     Her married name was Timmons.1 She and Robert E. Timmons resided on 25 August 1897 at Westbrook, ME.1
Father*Nathan C. March1
Mother*Mary Hayes1

Citations

  1. [S1429] Maine Vital Records: Town Clerk of Westbrook.
  2. [S1428] Letter, Donald F. Timmons to George W. King, 4 December 1999.
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Nathan C. March1

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     Nathan C. March was born at Saint John, Saint John Co, NB.1

Child of Nathan C. March and Mary Hayes

Citations

  1. [S1429] Maine Vital Records: Town Clerk of Westbrook.
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Bertha Louise Marcotte1

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     Bertha Louise Marcotte was born on 13 January 1893 at Montreal, QC.1 She was the daughter of F Ulderic Marcotte and Lucy Ann MacDonald.1 Bertha Louise Marcotte married 1st Victor Sidney Richards Rice, son of Joseph William Newcomb Rice and Mary Clara Allen, on 31 October 1912 at Peterborough, ON.1,2 Bertha Louise Marcotte and Victor Sidney Richards Rice were divorced on 4 October 1941 at Halifax, NS.1,2 Bertha Louise Marcotte died on 19 September 1988 at Fenwick, ON.1
     Her married name was Rice.
Father*F Ulderic Marcotte1
Mother*Lucy Ann MacDonald1

Citations

  1. [S1358] Letter, Donald V. C. Rice to George W. King, 6 January 1997.
  2. [S2344] Timothy L. Sanford, "Rice Divorce Records", E24/1941.
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F Ulderic Marcotte1

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     F Ulderic Marcotte married Lucy Ann MacDonald.1

Child of F Ulderic Marcotte and Lucy Ann MacDonald

Citations

  1. [S1358] Letter, Donald V. C. Rice to George W. King, 6 January 1997.
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Mary F. Mark

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     Mary F. Mark was born in December 1874 at Ohio.1 She married Dewitt C. Littlejohn circa 1899.1
     Her married name was Littlejohn. Mary F. Mark appeared on the census of 1900 at Delaware, Delaware Co, OH; aged 25y, under the name Littlejohn, declaring no children.1

Child of Mary F. Mark and Dewitt C. Littlejohn

Citations

  1. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, 1263:69.60.
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James Daniel Markham1

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     James Daniel Markham was born on 19 June 1853 at Milwaukee, WI.1 He married Nellie Matilda Martell, daughter of John Benjamin Martell and Sarah Elizabeth Andress, on 2 December 1885 at Rush City, MN.1 James Daniel Markham died on 4 January 1943 at Hennepin County, MN.2,1
     He and Nellie Matilda Martell appeared on the census of 1900 at Rush City, Chisago Co, MN.3,1 James Daniel Markham and Nellie Matilda Martell appeared on the census of 1910 at Rusheba Twp, Chisago Co, MN.4,1 James Daniel Markham and Nellie Matilda Martell appeared on the census of 1920 at Rush City, Chisago Co, MN.5,1 James Daniel Markham and Nellie Matilda Martell appeared on the census of 1930 at Rush City, MN.6,1

Citations

  1. [S5479] Paul Piatkowski,.
  2. [S5498] Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002, no. 004988:911758.
  3. [S1902] Census - US: 1900, p. 759:241A.
  4. [S600] Census - US: 1910, p. 693:14B.
  5. [S177] Census - US: 1920, p. 827:98B.
  6. [S4001] Census - US: 1930, p. 1083:90B.
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Spencer Markham1

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     Spencer Markham married 2nd Mary Hazelton, daughter of Ransom Hazelton and Sarah Rouse, in 1871.1

Citations

  1. [S1351] Hupfer.
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Charles Markman1

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     Charles Markman was born on 1 December 1890.1 He was the son of Niles Markman and Fanny S. Rice.1
Father*Niles Markman1 b. c 1854
Mother*Fanny S. Rice1 b. 23 May 1851

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
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Emma Markman1

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     Emma Markman was born on 17 June 1887 at Marion, IA.1 She was the daughter of Niles Markman and Fanny S. Rice.1
Father*Niles Markman1 b. c 1854
Mother*Fanny S. Rice1 b. 23 May 1851

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
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Eugene Markman1

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     Eugene Markman was born on 21 August 1875 at Orleans, IA.1 He was the son of Niles Markman and Fanny S. Rice.1
Father*Niles Markman1 b. c 1854
Mother*Fanny S. Rice1 b. 23 May 1851

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
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Ida Markman1

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     Ida Markman was born on 1 April 1883 at Marion, IA.1 She was the daughter of Niles Markman and Fanny S. Rice.1
Father*Niles Markman1 b. c 1854
Mother*Fanny S. Rice1 b. 23 May 1851

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
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Isaac Markman1

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     Isaac Markman was born on 4 August 1877 at Orleans, IA.1 He was the son of Niles Markman and Fanny S. Rice.1
Father*Niles Markman1 b. c 1854
Mother*Fanny S. Rice1 b. 23 May 1851

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
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Niles Markman1

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     Niles Markman was born circa 1854 at New York, as calculated from the 1880 census. He married Fanny S. Rice, daughter of Rev Warren Rice and Amy M. Kent, on 22 October 1874; Niles of Cresco, IA.1
     Niles Markman and Fanny S. Rice resided circa 1878 at Marion, IA.2 Niles Markman was a laborer in 1880.3 He appeared on the census of 1880 at New Oregon, Howard Co, IA; aged 26y, under the name Markham.3

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, pp. 402, 650.
  2. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 650.
  3. [S88] Census - US: 1880, p. 344:482.
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Lydia Marley1

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     Lydia Marley was born circa April 1875 at New York.2 She married Milton M. Goble, son of Gilbert Bingley Goble and Melissa Hazelton, circa 1897.2
     As of circa 1897,her married name was Goble.2 Lydia Marley and Milton M. Goble appeared on the census of 1900 at Ward 11, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.2,1 Lydia Marley and Milton M. Goble appeared on the census of 1910 at Ward 10, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI.3,1

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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Fannie Marsh1,2

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     Fannie Marsh was the daughter of Obed Marsh. Luther Rice married 2nd Fannie Marsh, son of Joseph Rice and Mary Green, in 1815.2,1 Fannie Marsh died in 1833 at Vernon, NY.1
     Her married name was Rice.
Father*Obed Marsh

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 285.
  2. [S2] Edmund Rice (1638) Association, Rice Family - Supp 1, p. 34.
  3. [S1294] Letter, Dolores Rice Mandeville to George W. King, 21 August 1996, 31 March 1998, who cites Rev Edwin B Rice, MA, Descendants of Joseph Rice of Conway, Massachusetts, New York City, 1904, page 8.
  4. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 476.
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Obed Marsh

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Child of Obed Marsh

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(?) Marshall1

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     (?) Marshall married Florence Lulia Banks, daughter of Allister Banks and Emma Banks.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 78.
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Alpheus Marshall1

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Child of Alpheus Marshall and Tamar (?)

Citations

  1. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 1812:130, no. 55.
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Annie J. Marshall1,2

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     Annie J. Marshall was born on 20 January 1860 at Nova Scotia.3 She was the daughter of Alpheus Marshall and Tamar (?)2 Annie J. Marshall married Willard G. Clarke, son of Richard Clarke and Ethelinda Rice, on 20 September 1882 at Digby, Digby Co, NS.4,2 Annie J. Marshall died on 9 May 1918 at Bear River, Annapolis Co, NS.5 The estate was probated on 9 December 1918 at Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, NS; with a letter of administration for the estate of Annie J. Clarke of Bear River to Willard G. Clarke of Bear River. "Children of Annie": Edith M. Cunningham, Josephine MacIntyre and Annie L. Fraser.5
     She was also known as Anna Jane Marshall.6 Her married name was Clarke. She and Willard G. Clarke resided between 1891 and 1901 at Bear River District, Annapolis Co, NS.6,3
Father*Alpheus Marshall2
Mother*Tamar (?)2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 62, 93.
  2. [S1381] Province of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Vital Records, p. 1812:130, no. 55.
  3. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 26, b, p. 12.
  4. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 63, 92.
  5. [S1331] Wayne W. Walker, Annapolis County Probate Abstracts, #3482, Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, vol. 3, Estate folio C238.
  6. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 26, b, p. 1.
  7. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 93.
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Byard Marshall1

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     Byard Marshall married Ruth Eleanor Dunn, daughter of Frank Bertram Dunn and Jennie Maud Spurr; Byard of Bear River.1

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 96.
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Caleb Marshall1

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     Caleb Marshall married Elizabeth Bent, daughter of William Bent JP and Abigail Lovett.2,1

Citations

  1. [S1286] Calnek, p. 478.
  2. [S50] Allen H. Bent, Bent Family in America, p. 68.
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Charles Marshall

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     Charles Marshall married 2nd Sarah DeWolfe McLearn, daughter of Thomas McLearn and Catherine Rice, after 1906.1

Citations

  1. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 1618.
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Charlotte Marshall1

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Child of Charlotte Marshall and Joseph N Durling

Citations

  1. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, p. 173.
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Clara Marshall1

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Child of Clara Marshall and Clarence Wilson

Citations

  1. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, Halifax Chronicle Herald, 25 Nov 2000.
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Edward Kingsley Marshall1,2,3

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     Edward Kingsley Marshall was born on 20 June 1844 at Marshalltown, Digby Co, NS.2,4 He married Sarah DeWolfe McLearn, daughter of Thomas McLearn and Catherine Rice, on 3 February 1881 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, NS; (1880 per Rice Gen'l Register.)5,1 Edward Kingsley Marshall died on 22 September 1906.2
     He and Sarah DeWolfe McLearn appeared on the census of 1881 at Marshall District, Digby Co, NS; Edward Marshall, male, married, age 36, born Nova Scotia, Occ: Carpenter; Sarah Marshall, female, married, age 20, born Nova Scotia.6

Children of Edward Kingsley Marshall and Sarah DeWolfe McLearn

Citations

  1. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 380.
  2. [S4] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P1, p. 141.
  3. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, p. 79.
  4. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1881, #17.
  5. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1881 #17.
  6. [S1187] Census - Canada: 1881 LDS CD, cites: FHL Film 1375808 NAC C-13172 Dist 15 SubDist B Page 41 Family 202.
  7. [S4] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P1, P141.
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Edward Syer Marshall1

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     Edward Syer Marshall was born on 29 July 1922 at Winchester, MA.3 He is the son of James Edward Marshall and Constance Emily Syer.2 Edward Syer Marshall married Millicent Jeanne Whidden on 26 July 1947 at Quincy, MA.3
Father*James Edward Marshall2 b. 23 Aug 1882, d. 20 Sep 1946
Mother*Constance Emily Syer2 b. 5 Nov 1886, d. 4 Feb 1972

Citations

  1. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, pp. 79, 190, 346.
  2. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, p. 79.
  3. [S5] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P2, pp. 79, 190.
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Eliza Jane Marshall1

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     Eliza Jane Marshall was born on 3 November 1870 at Nova Scotia.2 She married Reuben Alcorn, son of Thomas Alcorn and Dorothy Ammerette Berry, before 1891.3
     Her married name was Alcorn. Eliza Jane Marshall and Reuben Alcorn resided between 1891 and 1901 at Hillsburgh District, Digby Co, NS.4,2

Children of Eliza Jane Marshall and Reuben Alcorn

Citations

  1. [S1343] Timothy L. Sanford,.
  2. [S1385] Census - Canada: 1901, 31, i, p. 4.
  3. [S1372] McCormick 1973, 1781.
  4. [S1230] Census - Canada: 1891, 31, 1, p. 36.
  5. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 80.
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Eva Marshall1

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     Eva Marshall was born circa 1909 at North Berwick, ME, according to her obituary.2 She was the daughter of John Marshall and Mabel Drake.2 Eva Marshall married Wilfred Rice, son of Joseph Burton Rice and Maria Dares.3 Eva Marshall died on 25 November 2007 at Tideview Terrace, Digby, NS.2 She was buried at South Range Cemetery, Digby County, NS.2
     She and Wilfred Rice resided at South Range, Digby Co, NS, at the time of their son John's marriage.4 Her married name was Rice.
Father*John Marshall2
Mother*Mabel Drake2

Citations

  1. [S1376] McCormick 1975, pp. 91, 127.
  2. [S77] Obituary/Newspaper Item, Eva Ruby Rice, Halifax Chronicle Herald, 27 November 2007.
  3. [S1376] McCormick 1975, p. 91.
  4. [S1372] McCormick 1973, Opposite #2770, son's wedding announcement.
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Hugh McLearn Marshall1

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     Hugh McLearn Marshall was born on 4 April 1904.1 He was the son of Edward Kingsley Marshall and Sarah DeWolfe McLearn.2 Hugh McLearn Marshall married Margaret McHugh on 15 June 1929; no children.1 Hugh McLearn Marshall died on 31 October 1976 at Winchester, MA.1
Father*Edward Kingsley Marshall2 b. 20 Jun 1844, d. 22 Sep 1906
Mother*Sarah DeWolfe McLearn2 b. 2 Jan 1861, d. 7 Mar 1933

Citations

  1. [S4] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P1, p. 141.
  2. [S4] Margaret Skinner Rice, Rice Family - S2/P1, P141.
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Isaac Marshall1

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Child of Isaac Marshall

Citations

  1. [S1293] Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, IGI.
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Isaac Marshall1

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Child of Isaac Marshall and Rachel Goudey

Citations

  1. [S1405] Wayne W. Walker, Walker - Potter notes.
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James Marshall1

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Child of James Marshall and Sarah Ann (?)

Citations

  1. [S1406] Certificate, Nova Scotia "Marriage Returns of Licenses and Marriages, 1864-1909" Digby County marriage, 1872, #105.
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