A Record of Seventy Families,
Their Homesteads and Genealogies
1780 - 1980
original text by
Statement from Jim Reid, son of the late author, Jennie Reid
It is with a great sense of pride that Dan, Carolyn and I make our Mother, Jennie Reid's, work of love, "A Record of Seventy Musquodoboit Families", available for publication on the Internet through the Nova Scotia GenWeb site. It was her fondest dream to ensure the information, history and genealogy of the Musquodoboit Valley become available to anyone who was interested in her work.
I can remember the many summer afternoons our family spent searching through the woods and brush; cleaning off old tombstones buried in moss; and reciting the valuable information contained on those stones to Mum who meticulously recorded it. I can remember the many evenings sitting around the dining room table as Dad revealed the great wealth of stories and knowledge he had retained from living his full 80 years in the Valley. I can remember the many interesting people who came to visit looking for information on their forefathers; they picked Mum's brain for knowledge as she did likewise to them. But most of all, I remember the great sense of satisfaction she so often expressed when she was able to see someone walk out our door with a much keener awareness of their family background.
Our family would like to express our sincere gratitude to Carroll Armstrong who encouraged us to put the information online, and also for her work with Lark Szick, Volunteer Co-Ordinator for The Nova Scotia GenWeb Project, in co-ordinating the many volunteers who have given so freely of their time to prepare the book for publication on the Internet.
I can see the smile of satisfaction on Mum's face expressing the accomplishment of her fondest dream.
About This Online Edition of the Book:
Thank you to the Reid family for allowing us to do this project. When I began this project it was my intent that the online edition of the book would remain true to their mother, Jennie Reid's, original text.
This is a transcription of Jennie Reid's original work and any typographical errors were done without intent. An occasional typist's note has been added enclosed within [ ] and initialed by me: "cja", simply to alert the reader that there may be an error or the data could be confusing.
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Edward Annand 1 The Archibald Family 16 Adam Archibald 18 John Archibald 20 Jonathan Archibald 50 Matthew Taylor Archibald 52 Robert Archibald 67 Samuel Burke Archibald 75 Samuel Fisher Archibald 103 William Archibald 129 John Bates 152 Henry Behrendt 165 John Braden 168 The Brown Family 175 George Bell 180 James Benvie 184 Adam Bryson 187 James Bryson 195 Robert Bryson 202 William Bryson 210 James Bruce 214 William Butcher 218 William Henry Cumminger 225 James Cruickshank 226 David Dickie 231 George Scott Dickie 246 James Drady 260 John Dunbrack 262 Robert Ervin 278 Alexander McNutt Fisher 292 John Fox 295 Alexander Fraser 301 William Guild (Gould) 304 Colonel Henry Arthur Gladwin 326 Hugh Hanna 337 William Hay 344 John Higgins 351 (Owen) Edward Hogan 400 Henry Hollingsworth 405 Johnson Kaulback 417 James Kent 426 John Layton 432 Henry Leck 441
John Lindsay 462 Joseph Miller 473 Henry Gloud Morris 478 James Muir 483 James Murchy 485 James Murphy 489 Edward McCabe 495 Thomas McCallum 500 James McCurdy 504 Alexander McCurdy 512 Sarah McCurdy 519 Matthew Archibald McCurdy 520 James MacDonald 523 Alexander MacDougall 531 John McFetridge 533 George McLeod 560 Peter Ogilvie 566 John Ogilvie 578 Samuel Pearson 583 James Reid 584 Robert Rhodes 645 William Scott 647 Rev. Robert Sedgewick 654 Alexander Shaw 662 Henry Sibley 673 Rev. John Sprott 693 James Sprott 699 Captain George Taylor 701 James White 716 John White 722 A Musquodoboit Miscellany 730 Agriculture in The Musquodoboit Valley 731 The Musquodoboit Creamery 744 Cemeteries, Pioneer and Hillside 747 Church Buildings 754 History of Presbyterianism in Musquodoboit Valley 765 The Anglican Church 792 The Congregational Church 797 The Methodist Church 806 Early Settlers in Meagher's Grant A. B. Lay, 1922 (updated to 1980) 814 Early Settlers in Musquodoboit 817 Early Land Grants in Musquodoboit 824 The Medical Profession in the Musquodoboit Valley (doctors, midwives, hospital, clinic) 830 Musquodoboit Railway 839 Temperance Divisions in the Musquodoboit Valley 841 Women's Organizations 847 Bibliography 852
Volume II pp. 462-853
John Lindsay was born in Ayreshire, Scotland, 1760. He was an officer in the British Navy during the American Revolution and then he came to Nova Scotia where he received a grant over 1000 acres in Brookvale June 23, 1800. The name was spelled "Linzie" on the Grant, and the little brook nearby the homestead was called "Linzie" or "Lippincott" Brook. John died in 1822 and is buried in Pioneer Cemetery. He married Miss Griffin; they had 1 son and 1 dau.
2-1 John b. 1783-Oct. 1858 age 75 years.
John married Margaret Parker. John died in 1858 - buried in Hillside Cemetery. Margaret died May 1, 1856 age 76 years - buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
John and Margaret had 5 sons and 2 daus.
4-1 James b. 1809 -
*5-2 Thomas b.1811 -Nov. 13, 1889
*6-3 Abigail b. Mar. 4, 1814 - Oct.3, 1899
*7-4 John b.Mar.28,1815 - May 30, 1876
*8-5 Sarah b. 1817 -
*9-6 William b. Mar. 19, 1819 - Oct.3, 1876
10-7 Alexander b. 1822
4-1 James Lindsay (1st son of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay) settled on the west end of the pioneer grant of land where LeRoy and Bernard Pearson now reside in 1980. James md. Mary Stuart of Scotland, later they moved to US.
They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
After this family moved to the United States, all further contact was lost.
3-2 Thomas Lindsay (2nd son of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay) settled on the eastern line of his father. Late he moved to “Pollybog” or Alton as it is now called and took charge of the railway water tank with his son William. He is buried in Stewiacke East. Thomas md. 1st Rebecca Hanna, 1832. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
*18-2 John b. Aug. 1833 -
*19-3 Jane Elizabeth
After his wife Rebecca died he married in 1846, Mrs. Margaret Richards of Musquodoboit. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
25-9 Charles G. b. Sept. 15, 1846- Sept.15, 1914
26-10 Angus McLeod b. Apr. 2, 1849 - 1939
*29-13 Susan - unmarried
*30-14 Alexander b. 1860 - d. Sept.1, 1897, age 37
*31-15 Mary Ellen
17-1 William Lindsay (1st. son of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay) lived in the United States. No record.
18-2 John Lindsay (2nd son of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay) Moved to Fall River, Halifax Co. He md. Jessie McKenzie in 1855. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
33-1 James Lindsay (1st son of John and Jessie McKenzie Lindsay). No Issue
34-2 Rebecca Lindsay (1st dau of John and Rebecca McKenzie Lindsay) md. Alexander Doyle. They had 5 sons and 4 daus.
4. Harry died March 1967 in Hampton, N.B.
7. Foster d. March 1967
8. Frances (Mrs. E.J.Pryor of Bedford)
9. Nellie of Bedford
35-3 John Lindsay (2nd son of John and Jessie McKenzie Lindsay) md. Nettie Hilchey. They had 1 son.
36-4 Thomas Lindsay (3rd. son of John and Jessie McKenzie Lindsay) md. Mary Hilchie. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
39-1 Roy born in Caribou Gold Mines, was a medical doctor.
37-5 Margaret Lindsay (2nd dau. of John and Jessie McKenzie Lindsay) md. Emerson Hunt. They had 1 dau.
19-3 Jane Elizabeth Lindsay (1st dau. of Thomas and Hanna Lindsay) md. John Wilson of Glasgow, Scotland. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
1 Florence - unmarried
5. Margaret Henrietta
2. Charlie Wilson md. Ella Upham and had 4 sons and 5 daus.
3. Arthur Wilson md. Sadie MacDonald and had 5 sons and 4 daus.
4. Jennie Wilson md. Gordon Walsh and had 1 son.
5. Margaret Henrietta Wilson md. Fred Campbell of Windsor. They had 5 daus. And 2 sons.
1. Margaret (Mrs. Frank Archibald)
2. Lillian (Mrs. Duncan McMillan of Sheet Harbour)
6. John Wilson md. Gerda _________. They had 1 dau.
20-4 Margaret Lindsay (2nd dau. of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay) md. Mr. Weaver. They lived in Lowell, Mass. No issue.
21-5 James Lindsay (3rd. son of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay). No issue.
22-6 Edward Lindsay (4th son of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay). No record.
23-7 Hugh Lindsay (5th son of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay). No record.
24-8 Rebecca Lindsay (3rd. dau. of Thomas and Rebecca Hanna Lindsay) md. Mr. Coldwell of Gaspereau Valley, Annapolis Co. No issue. She died Mar.5,1933 and was buried in Gaspereau.
25-9 Charles G. Lindsay (6th son of Thomas and 1st. son of Margaret Richards) md. Matilda Fisher. He died in Montana. He had a family but not record is available.
26-10 Angus McLeod Lindsay (7th son of Thomas and 2nd son of Margaret Richards Lindsay) md. 1st. to Jessie Fisher. They had 7 sons.
49-5 Leland d. Nov.22,1918
50-6 Stanley d. 1947
51-7 Son died in infancy
Angus md. 2nd Etta Victoria Beck. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
52-1 Jessie (Mrs. Stanley Boomer of Alton)
53-2 Alexander lives in New York state.
54-3 Gladys (Mrs. Frank Sibley of Alton)
55-4 Beatrice (Mrs. Charles Fenton)
56-5 Ethel (Mrs. Clifford Crook of New York state.
27-11 Jessie Lindsay (4th dau. of Thomas and 1st dau. of Margaret Richards Lindsay) md. Thomas Beal of Sackville, N.B. They had 2 sons and 7 daus.
1. Earl md. Annie Frame of Princeport
2. Blanche (Mrs. Victor Mognuson)
3. Caroline (Mrs. Hector Lake of Alton)
4. Margaret (Mrs. Bert O’Brien) (Mrs. Chas Deary)
5. Mildred (Mrs. Jack Milton) ( Mrs. Harrington)
6. Lena (Mrs. Henry Langille of Brentwood)
7. Susan (Mrs. Lindsay Smith)
8. Ethel died when 8 years old.
9. Thomas died when 9 years old.
28-11 Blanche Lindsay (5th dau. of Thomas & 2nd dau. of Margaret Richards Lindsay) md. John Hood of Pictou Co. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
1. Lindsay md. Gladys Reid
2. Alexander md. Annie Spares
3. Margaret (Mrs. Laurie Stevens of Alton)
4. Florence (Mrs. Robbie Nickerson)
5. Hedley unmarried
30-14 Alexander Lindsay (8th son of Thomas and 3rd. son of Margaret Richards Lindsay) md. Annie Dickie. No issue.
30-15 Mary Ellen Lindsay (7th dau. of Thomas and 4th. Dau. of Margaret Richards Lindsay md. Henry Dart of Pleasant Valley, Col. Co., N.S. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
5. Mary Ellen
32-16 John Lindsay (9th son of Thomas and 5th dau of Margaret Richards Lindsay) md. _______. He had 2 sons and 1 dau.
Mrs. Frank Archibald of Moncton, N.B.; Mrs. Carrie Lake of Alton, Col. Co.; and Mrs. Stanley Boomer of Alton, Col. Co. provided data for the family of Thomas (2nd. Son of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay).
6-3 Abigail Lindsay (1st dau. of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay) md. James Hanna. Her descendants are listed in the Hanna family.
7-4 John Lindsay (3rd. son of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay) md. Margaret Hutchinson, dau. of John and Eleanor Braden Hutchinson. He settled on the Lindsay Grant, just west of his father. Later he sold his home to William Reid, owned by Lester Dickie, 1980, then moved to Cook’s Brook and purchased a farm, on the Elizabeth Duncan lot. John died May 30, 1876, age 61 years. Margaret died May 4, 1885 age 68 years. They are all buried in Hillside Cemetery. John and Margaret had 4 sons and 1 dau.
John left the farm to Frank. Not long after John died, the three sons, Frank, Edward and Joseph went to the Untied States.
60-1 Frank sold the farm to William Lawson. Frank was unmarried and lived in Colorado.
61-2 Robert Lindsay (2nd son of John and Margaret Hutchinson Lindsay) md. Alice Merson. They operated the Glendale Hotel in Halifax, at the corner of Bishop and Hollis Streets. They had 1 dau.
65-1 Kate md. a Mr. Skinner. No issue.
62-3 Edward Lindsay (3rd. son of John and Margaret Hutchinson Lindsay) md. and lived in Hyde Park, Mass., USA. No issue.
63-4 Joseph Lindsay (4th son of John and Margaret Hutchinson Lindsay) went to the States. No record.
64-5 Kate Lindsay (only dau. of John and Margaret Hutchinson Lindsay) died when 19 years old.
8-5 Sarah Lindsay (2nd dau. of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay) md. Alexander Stewart. No issue.
9-6 William Lindsay (4th son of John and Margaret Parker Lindsay) settled on the farm where his brother Thomas had settled. He md. Agnes Higgins. William died Oct.3,1876.
Agnes P. May 30, 1825 - July 7,1911
Mortimer May 5, 1870- Mar.30, 1873
William and Agnes had 7 sons and 5 daus.
*68-3 Henry b. 1847-1935
*74-9 Mortimer died at 3 yrs.
66-1 William Lindsay (1st. son of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. Idabel McLellan. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
80-3 Leander md. Gertie Crouse
67-2 Eliza Lindsay (1st dau. of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. Charles Converse. A dau. Mrs. Edmund Jewett, Mount Vernon, N.H.
68-3 Henry Lindsay (2nd. Son of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) inherited his father’s farm, where he was born 1847, died 1935. (House owned by Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Smythe, 1980.) Henry Lindsay md. Emma Mitchell (1884-1947), both buried in Hillside Cemetery. Family:
Caroline, Mrs. Silas Allen
3 Joyce (Mrs. Bourinot)
4 Lorna (Mrs. Theakston)
Jessie, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson
2. William, Medical Doctor
3. Frances (Mrs. Murdock)
Agnes, school teacher, unmarried
Austin, md. Angelique M. LeBlanc
1. Ross Henry (deceased 1979)
2. Linda Marie (Mrs. Joseph Chisholm)
3. Raymond Austin md. Sherril Fulmer
4. Brian Alfred
5. Michael David
6. Denise Angela
69-4 Carrie Lindsay (2nd. dau. of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. Alexander Rhodes and moved to Newton, Mass. Her descendants are listed in the Rhodes history.
70-5 Leander Lindsay (3rd. son of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. ______.
71-6 Augustus Lindsay (4th. Son of William and Agnes Higgins) md. Georgie Spencer. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
85-2 Lillian (Mrs. Clarence Beathrow)
72-7 Melinda Lindsay (3rd. dau. of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. Adam Archibald. His descendants are listed in the M.T. Archibald history.
73-8 Mary Lindsay (4th. Dau. of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. Tupper Dickie and moved to California. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
75-10 Arthur Lindsay (5th son of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) moved to California, married but no issue.
76-11 Alfred Lindsay (6th. Son of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) went to California. He md. ________, had 2 sons and 1 dau.
2. Edgar, unmarried d. in 1958
77-12 Bertha Lindsay (5th dau. of William and Agnes Higgins Lindsay) md. Albert Higgins. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
1. Gerald md. Jessie Burnett - 6 children
2. Edith (Mrs. Frank Jennings)
3. Ruth (Mrs. Redden of New Minas) - 3 daus.
4. Linda (Mrs. Ted Dickinson) - large family
10-7 Alexander Lindsay (5th son of John & Margaret Parker Lindsay) md. Charlotte Guild. Alexander and Charlotte had 5 sons and 5 daus.
*89-1 Sidney Smith Murkland b. Nov. 6,1847- Dec.21,1925
*90-2 Pamela b. Feb.6,1850- unmarried
*91-3 Georgina b. July 6,1852
*92-4 Morrison b. Apr. 223,1854
*93-5 Susan b. Sept. 29,1856
*94-6 J. Wesley b. Nov. 1858 - Apr. 18, 1863
*95-7 Elliott b. Apr. 8, 1861
*96-8 Ainslie b. Nov. 26, 1863
*97-9 Edith b. Feb.7, 1866
98-10 Libby May b. Feb. 5,1869
89-1 Sidney S.M. Lindsay (1st son of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) md. Annjanett McCurdy. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery. Sidney and Annjannett had 3 sons and 1 dau.
99-1 Everett R. b. Apr. 1880 -Aug.1902
100-2 Edwin Guy b. June 27, 1885
101-3 Vincent Munroe b. Feb.14, 1889
102-4 Edith May b. Apr. 1893
100-2 Edwin Guy md. in the U.S. They have 2 sons.
101-3 Vincent Munroe Lindsay md. Annie Vida Bentley. No issue.
102-4 Edith May Lindsay was a nurse in Rhode Island. She md. Hume Flagler. No issue.
91-3 Georgina Lindsay (2nd. dau. of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) md. Howard Taylor. They had a traveling concert troop. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
1 Austin of Halifax
2 Czerny in U.S
3. Ira of Halifax, died 1965
4. Ethel (Mrs. Faulkner (Dr.) of Halifax.
5. Carl md. Jessie Kidson
92-4 Morrison Lindsay (2nd. son of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) md. 1st. Mary B. Hedley. She died Sept.2,1884 age 22 years and is buried in Hillside Cemetery. Morrison md. 2nd Jessie Kidson, they had 1 son and 2 daus.
106-2 Edna (Mrs. Redden)
93-5 Susan Lindsay (3rd. dau. of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) md. Alexander Grant of Halifax. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
1. Frank of Bozeman, Montana
2. Harry of Minneapolis
3. Nellie (Mrs. Wm. Higgins)
After Mr. Grant died the family moved to Montana in 1908.
95-7 Elliot (4th son of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) taught school in San Fransciso. He md. Rebecca _______. No issue.
96-8 Ainslie Lindsay (5th son of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay)
97-9 Edith Lindsay (4th dau. of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) md. George Lindsay of Montana. Her descendants are listed in the Higgins history.
98-10 Libby May Lindsay (5th dau. of Alexander and Charlotte Guild Lindsay) md. Edward L. Hadley, they lived in Cambridge, Mass. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
1. Ralph lives in Rhode Island
The exact date is unknown, but sometime shortly after 1800, Joseph Miller came to Newcomb’s Corner where he received a Grant of land.
According to the Crown Land office, he came from Horton, King’s County, where he had lived for a time before settling in Musquodoboit. His Grant is dated Oct. 8, 1828 and contained 242 acres. Joseph later divided the farm into three farms for his sons; these farms are owned (1980) by Larry Ward, Donald Redden and William Higgins.
1. Joseph md. Elizabeth Higgins (dau of John Higgins and Hester Carmichael). They had 5 sons and 4 dau.
2-1 Isaac (1st son of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. Jane Bryson. His descendants are listed in James Bryson’s history. No. 11-10.
3-2 Robert (3rd. son of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. Ellen Higgins, dau. of Peter Higgins. They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
11-1 Henry md. Maggie Smith. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
18-1 Charles md. Ella Jennings -Lloyd, Austin, Pearl and Jean
19-2 Violet md. Herbert Murphy - Keir and Muriel
20-3 Gladys md. Herbert Newhook - 4 sons and 3 dau.
21-4 Vinie md. Mr. Summerson -
22-5 Guy md. ______ Prest. No issue.
23-6 William md. ______ Prest. - Louis and Doris
24-7 Lyle md. in U.S. - family
12-2 Bessie md. Mr. Burmer of Dartmouth, family of 5 or 6 children.
13-3 Susan md. Mr. Sinnot of Medford, Mass. 1 son Chester
14-4 Clara md. ________ Bruce of Moose River. Family Billy, Nellie, Christie and others.
15-5 Arthur md. Anna Cameron, they lived in Windsor and had 1 son and 3 daus.
16-6 Marshall md. Dora Henley. They had 6 sons and 6 daus.
29-1 Harrison died when 3 years old.
30-2 Mae md. Oakley Dean - 3 sons and 2 daus.
31-3 Sidney md. Florence Rogers - 1 son and 1 dau.
32-4 Gertrude md. 1st. Freeman Webber, 1 son; md. 2nd Douglas
Day - 3 children
33-5 Rosamond md. Charles Hubley - Charles, Barrie.
34-6 Amy md. Sylvester Tiscornia - family of 17.
35-7 Vera md. Lorne Fraser - 1 son and 4 daus.
36-8 Bessie md. Ervin Mitchell - 3daus. And 5 sons.
37-9 Basil md. Lola Cole - 3 daus.
38-10 Bruce md. Eileen McMullin - 3 sons and 2 daus.;
Bruce md. 2nd. md. Ruth Barton.
39-11 Arthur - unmarried.
40-12 Lester - married.
17-7 Lillian md. 1st. Thomas Green - no issue; 2nd. md. John Sanborn - no issue;
3rd. md. Fred Greenwood - no issue.
4-3 Thomas (3rd.son of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. Eliza Fisher. They had 2 sons and 1 dau. 13 other children died young.
41-1 Cyrus md. Catherine Elizabeth Josey. They had one son .
44-1 Otis Thomas
Cyrus 2nd. md. Sophie Noyes. They had 1 son and 1 dau
42-2 Libby md. M. Campbell. They had 16 children.
43-3 Albert md. in the U.S. One grandson is living in Beverley Farms, Mass.
5-4 James (4th son of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. Eliza Guild. See Guild history.
6-5 William (5th. son of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. Sarah Watson. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
47-1 Barbara md. Edward Horne. The Hornes came to Halifax from Holland, on the border of Germany. Barbara and Edward Horne had 3 sons and 5 daus.
56-5 Mary (Mrs. William Cameron)
48-2 Charlotte md. William McKenzie. They had 3 sons and lived on Pleasant Valley Road.
49-3 William Miller was called “Buffalo Bill”. He md. Jane White. His descendants are listed in the Higgins family under the family of John White.
50-4 John md. ______. He lived where Henry Redden lived, Lindsay Lake. No issue.
51-5 Janet md. Mr. Boije, they had 1 son.
62-1 Maverick lived in New York.
7-6 Vinie (1st. dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller md. ________ Campbell. One son Warren md. Mrs. George Wilson, nee Francis Morris (dau. of John and Maria Oates Morris). No further record.
8-7 Susan (2nd. dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. John Barron. No issue.
10-8 Jane (4th. dau. of Joseph and Elizabeth Miller) md. William Redden. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
63-1 Isaac md. __________. They had 1 dau.
68-1 Jane md. John Wright, they lived in Meadowvale. They had 5 sons and 1 dau.
64-2 John Redden md. Mary Bryson (dau. of James Bryson ________ Whidden). They lived at Lindsay Lake on a farm beside the lake, later moved to McKenzie Hill in Lindsay Lake section. His descendants are listed in the James Bryson history.
65-3 Angus md. Eliza ________. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
75-1 Wallace md. _______, 1 son and 6 daus.
76-2 William md. Edna Lindsay - 3 sons and 1 dau.
77-3 Neil md. Omie Worth - 1 son and 5 daus.
78-4 Laura md. Shannon Hilchie - 6 sons and 4 daus.
79-5 Rebecca md. William Higgins - 3 sons.
80-6 Mary md. Thomas Tinney 1 son and 4 daus.
66-4 Nellie md. John Mathias, they moved to California. No issue.
67-5 Elizabeth md. William Bruce from Scotland. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
82-2 Christiana They live in California.
Henry Gloud Morris
1. Gloud Morris was born in Lancashire, England on Apr. 23,1784 where he received his education and learned the trade of ship building. He came to Halifax, N.S. in June 1806 where he worked at his trade. On June 2, 1811 he md. Elizabeth Bates who died Sept. 26,1824 at Halifax. They had 3 sons and 1 dau..
*2-1 John William b. Sept. 3, 1814
3-2 William Nicholas b. Oct.15,1816
*4-3 Henry Gloud b. Feb.11,1821 - Apr. 11, 1905
*5-4 Rebecca b. Nov. 3,1819 - Feb.1820
2-1 John William Morris ( 1st. son of Gloud and Elizabeth Bates Morris) went to sea as a young man and was drowned when the vessel on which he shipped was wrecked off the coast of China.
3-2 William Nicholas Morris (2nd. son of Gloud and Elizabeth Bates Morris) learned the carpenter trade in Halifax and later settled in Liscomb, Guysborough Co. He md. Mary Jane Hemlow. They had 7 sons and 3 daus.
William Newcomb of Musquodoboit Harbour was a grandson of William Nicholas Morris.
4-3 Henry Gloud Morris (3rd. son of Gloud and Elizabeth Bates Morris) was born in Halifax where he lived until he was nine years of age. Then he came to South Section, Middle Musquodoboit, to make his home with Mr. & Mrs. David Hollingsworth. Eventually he was able to buy 100 acres of timber land from Good Matthew Archibald about a mile distant from his adopted home. He built a house and barn. On November 19, 1844 he md. Mary, dau. of John Hollingsworth and together they established a home where they lived to a good old age. He died Apr. 11, 1905 and his wife Mary died Feb. 17, 1896, aged 80 years. They are both buried in the Pioneer Cemetery in Middle Musquodoboit. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*16-1 John b. Mar.6,1846 -Apr. 26,1892.
*17-2 William Henry b. June 4, 1848 - May 18,1901
18-3 Margaret Elizabeth b. Mar. 24,1858
16-1 John Morris (1st. son of Henry Gloud and Mary Hollingsworth Morris) when a young man purchased the farm now owned by Percy Fisk, 1980. He md. Maria Oates, the widow of Edward Oates on Jan. 16,1898. She was a sister of Dr. C.H. Morris. The two Morris families were not related as far as can be learned. John died Apr. 26, 1892 in Colorado, USA. They had 3 daus.
*19-1 Frances b. Mar. 2,1879-
*20-2 Bessie b. Mar. 30, 1881-
*21-3 Maria b. Mar. 2,1884-
19-1 Frances Morris (1st.dau. of John and Maria Bates [possibly Oates as above] Morris) md. George Wilson, son of Samuel and Jennie McAulay Wilson of Lower Stewiacke. They lived in Elmsvale, Halifax Co., N.S. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
23-2 Mary Bernice
22-1 Joseph md. Selena Ellen Corkum of LaHave. No issue.
23-2 Mary Bernice md. Everett Mitchell of Cooks Brook. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
24-1 Earl Edward
25-2 Thelma Frances (Mrs. Tom Dillman)
26-3 Ruth Florence (Mrs. Ralph Barton)
27-4 Bertha Georgina (Mrs. Carl Cook)
George and Frances were divorced and Frances md. 2nd. Warren Campbell. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
28-1 Lillian (Mrs. Copeland, West Quincey, Mass.)
29-2 Gladys (Mrs. Spofford, East Lynn, Mass.
George Wilson md. 2nd Ella Urquahart Morris, dau. of Dr. Charles Henry Morris. No issue. George died in Aug. 1949 and is buried in Hilltop Cemetery beside Captain A.G. Morris in an unmarked grave. Mrs. George Wilson died in Vancouver, Feb. 21,1865. Buriel[sic] was at Sechelt, B.C. beside her son Tom.
20-2 Bessie Morris (2nd. dau. of John and Maria Oates Morris) md. 1st. Anthony McGuskie of Wilkes- Barre, Pennsylvania on Oct. 22,1901. They had 1 son.
32-1 Gerald Anthony b. Jan. 4,1903. Gerald md. 1st. ______.
Md. 2nd. Lucy Marlowe. He is a retired naval officer. They had
1 dau. Bessie md. 2nd. James H. Roberts. They had 3 sons.
33-2 Wukkuan of Sherman Oaks, Calif.
34-3 James Harvey, Los Angeles, Calif.
35-4 Albert in Peru, South America.
21-3 Maria Morris (3rd. dau. of John and Maria Oates Morris) went to Colorado, when nineteen years old. She md. William H. Johnson. No issue.
17-2 William Henry Morris (2nd. son of Henry Gloud and Mary Hollingsworth Morris) md. Susie Olivia Margeson of Berwick, N.S. They made their home in Somerville, Mass. Susie died June 8, 1893 and he died May 18, 1901. They had 2 daus.
36-1 Susie Amelia
37-2 Mary Ethel - both live in the U.S.
18-3 Margaret Elizabeth Morris (Only dau. of Henry Gloud and Mary Hollingsworth Morris) md. May 1,1883 Alfred Scott, son of Alexander and Jane Nuttal Scott. They resided at the Scott homestead, Murchyville, (Gordon Hippern), 1980 until December 1890 when they purchased the farm formerly owned by James McDonald where they lived until her mother’s death in 1896. They moved back to her old home to care for her father in his declining years. There they lived with their son Ross who owned and operated his grandfather’s farm (Henry Gloud Morris). This farm until 1979 was owned by Walter Ramsey, a great grandson of Henry Gloud Morris. Alfred and Margaret had 3 daus. And 5 sons.
*38-2 Janet Myrtle died when 2 yrs. old
39-2 Henry Morris
*41-4 William Stanley
*43-6 Ross L.
44-7 Noble W.
45-8 Elsie M.
39-2 Henry Morris Scott (1st. son of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) went to the Canadian west when a young man.
40-3 Murray (2nd son of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) owned and lived on the farm formerly owned by Robert Higgins, Higginsville, 1980, property of Lloyd Butcher and his mother, he was unmarried. Later he sold the farm and lived with a nephew, Walter Ramsay.
41-4 William Stanley (3rd. son of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) lived in Brookvale, Musquodoboit on the Samuel James Archibald farm, property of his son Lorne, 1980. He md. Mildred J. Higgins of Higginsville. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
42-5 Alice Scott (2nd dau. of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) md. E.W. Stevenson of Musquodoboit Harbour. No issue.
43-6 Ross L. (4th. son of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) resided on his grandfather Morris’ farm. He was unmarried.
44-7 Noble W. (5th. son of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) enlisted in 1916. He remained in England until March 1919; returned home where he remained until 1921. Then he went to Manitoba, and later to B.C. He md. Elsie P. Martin of Salmon Arm,
B. C. No issue.
45-8 Elsie M. (3rd. dau. of Alfred and Margaret Morris Scott) md. Douglas Ramsey of Stewiacke. They had 4 daus. And 2 sons.
53-4 Walter inherited the Morris homestead where he lived until 1979, when the property was sold to Gordon Hippern. Walter Ramsay built a new home on the Little River, Shaw’s Lake Rd.
James Muir came from Scotland and first settled in Shubenacadie. He md. Miss Wardrope of Milford.
1. James and his wife had 3 daus.
Mrs. Muir died in Shubenacadie, and he md. 2nd. Jane McKenzie of Lake Egmont where they lived for a few years and where 3 daughters were born.
James Muir’s 2nd wife died and he md. 3rd. Abigail Croker of Rawdon, Hants Co. By his 3rd. marriage one daughter was born who died young. Mr. Muir settled in Middle Musquodoboit during his 2nd. marriage. They lived on the Geddie Reid Place owned by Daniel Ross, in 1980. He built a grist mill near his house and dug a deep channel called the Mill race which carried water from a point of the brook further up for power. Today the trench is still visible in the field owned by Mrs. Jennie Reid, near the old clay works, 1980. After living in Middle Musquodoboit for some years his third wife died. His daughters Eliza (8 years) and Louisa (14 years) went to live with Mrs. Francis Layton, their Aunt Mary and grew up with her.
James Muir went to Lake Egmont, then to Chaswood to the home of his sister, Mrs. Thompson Bell, where he died at age of 78 years. James Muir died Sept.12,1874.
2-1 Mary (1st. dau. of James and Miss Wardrope Muir died at her sister’s home, (Mrs. Arthur Gladwin).
3-2 Isabell (2nd. dau. of James and Miss Wardrope Muir) md. her cousin ______McKenzie at Lake Egmont and where she died.
4-3 Sarah (3rd. dau. of James and Miss Wardrope Muir md. James Blackburn and moved to New Jersey, USA.
5-4 Eliza (4th. dau. of James Muir and 1st. dau. of Jane McKenzie Muir) md. Francis Gladwin. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
8-1 Mrs. James McFetridge (Mary)
9-2 Mrs. George Brown (Jane)
10-3 Henry lived and died in Colorado.
11-4 Edmond lived in Alaska, and died in Vancouver.
Eliza md. 2nd. Joseph Bruce, she was his second wife. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
12-1 Joseph md. Miss Ramsay, they had 1 son.
14-1 Russell was unmarried and lived in Chaswood.
13-2 Fannie md. __________.
6-5 Louisa (5th. dau. of James and 2nd. dau. of Jane McKenzie Muir) md. Arthur Gladwin and became the mother of eleven children. Her descendants are listed in the Gladwin history.
7-6 Ellen (6th. dau. of James and 3rd dau. of Jane McKenzie Muir) went to the U.S.
She md. Walter Gordener and had 3 sons.
1. James Murchy came from Aberdeen, Scotland. In 1831 and 1832 the name was spelled Murcky. He came with William Hay. They settled south of the village of Musquodoboit and later this section was called Murchyville. The house was close to the old grist mill, James Murchy built on the N.W. side of the Little River and William Hay settled across the brook on the hill. The old house was later moved and used as a wood-shed at the home of his son Alexander. He md. Elizabeth Annand. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
2-1 John b. 1823
3-2 James b. 1826
*5-4 Alexander b. Aug. 19,1834
James cleared the land and made a farm in Murchyville. Then he built a carding and grist mill on Little River, just below the present bridge. These two mills were only four feet apart. James died at the age of 79 years and is buried in Elderbank along with his wife Elizabeth. They were Methodists.
2-1 John (1st. son of James and Elizabeth Annand Murchy) md. Bella Dunbrack. They lived in Minneapolils. Family but no record.
3-2 James (2nd. son of James and Elizabeth Annand Murchy) md. Elizabeth Cruickshank of Elderbank. He purchased John Hay’s sawmill in Murchyville which his sons operated. Later a son-in-law, Edward Marks, put in modern sawmill which he operated himself. James lived across the road from his father on the same site as the present large house in Murchyville owned by Mr. & Mrs. Kay, 1980. James had 2 sons and 1 dau.
9-1 Sinclair and family moved to Crowe’s Nest Pass.
10-2 Lewis md. Elizabeth Howe of Elderbank. She was a grand-daughter of Joseph Howe, her father was Edward Howe. Lewis built the present large house in Murchyville. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
13-1 Edith (Mrs. Eisan)
11-3 Margaret md. Edward Marks. They moved to Ship Harbour where he operated a mill. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
16-1 Carrie (Mrs. Norman Cole)
4-3 William (3rd. son of John and Elizabeth Annand Murchy) md. ________ . He lived in the west. Family, but no record is available.
5-4 Alexander ( 4th. son of John and Elizabeth Annand Murchy) md. Mary Jane Cole. They were married on Dec. 24, 1858. He lived across the road from his brother James. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
*18-1 William Elgin b. Feb. 24,1860 - Sept. 17,1900
*19-2 Frank Burton b. Sept. 8,1861 - July 22,1897
*20-3 Bubby b. June 21, 1863 - Aug.27,1867
*21-4 Alexander George b. Feb. 18, 1865 -
*22-5 Bessie Alice b. Feb. 8,1868 -
*23-6 Mary Susan b. Mar. 28,1875 -
*24-7 Winfield Artz b. Mar. 16,1885 -
18-1 William md. Clara Jennex of Jeddore. He operated a farm in Murchyville. He died accidentally. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
25-1 William -unmarried
-3 Alice (Mrs. McBain)
26-2 Earl md. Mrs. Lewis Murchy of Elderbank. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
29-3 Lillian (Mrs. Carl Crowell)
19-2 Frank was killed in a gold mine.
20-3 Bubby died when four years old.
21-4 Alexander md. Annie Jennings. He lived in Moose River, later moved to California.
They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
31-3 Jane (Mrs. Johnson)
33-5 Myrtle Beryl
34-6 Beatrice (Mrs. Johnson), she md. her late sister Jane’s husband.
22-5 Bessie md. and lived in New York. No issue.
23-6 Mary md. Dr. Osgoode and lived in New York. No issue.
24-7 Winfield Artz md. Zelda Hartling, Middle Musquodoboit. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
35-1 Douglas H.
36-2 Vera Jane.
[Winfield] Artz md. 2nd. Alice Davis of Vermont, N.H.
37-3 John Alexander
38-4 Mary Jane
35-1 Douglas md. Agnes Salway. No issue.
36-2 Vera lived in New York
37-3 John md. and lives in Westfield, Mass.
38-4 Mary md. Hubert Crozier. They have 5 children.
39-5 Natalie md. Robert Martill. They have 3 sons and 3 daus.
40-6 Nancy md. Lewis Bisaillon, 1 son and 1 dau.
6-5 David (5th son of James and Elizabeth Annand Murchy) md. and lived in New Westminster. Family but no record is available.
7-6 Dau. md. Samuel Green and moved to Alberta. No record.
8-7 Elizabeth (2nd. dau. of James and Elizabeth Annand Murchy) md. Alexander Higgins. Her descendants are listed in the Higgins history.
1. James Murphy came from Ireland. He md. Alice (2nd. dau. of David and Letitia Barnhill Archibald) in 1815. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
*2-1 Eleanor b. 1815
3-2 David b. 1820
4-3 Letitia b.1822
*5-4 James b. 1824 - 1900
6-5 John b. 1825
James died Apr. 21, 1868 age 76 years and his wife Alice died Aug. 9,1849, age 54 years. He had a sawmill in Glenmore, on the Mrs. Florence Archibald farm (1980).
2-1 Eleanor (1st. dau. of James and Alice Archibald Murphy) md. John McFetridge. For her descendants see the McFetridge history.
3-2 David (1st.son of James and Alice Archibald Murphy) md. _________. They lived in Brookvale and then moved to Hilden. 1 son David and dau. Martha md. George Reid. Descendants in the Reid history.
7-1 David, son of 3-2, b. Aug.1, 1847 - Jan. 17, 1922. David md. Susan Lamon (June 30,1852 - Nov.12,1919. They had 7 sons and 4 daus.
* 8-1 James William b. Sept.15, 1870-Jan. 1941
* 9-2 Edson died when young
*10-3 Warren b. Oct.27, 1875
*11-4 Henry Thomas died and buried at sea in 1899
*12-5 Mary Craig d. June 1928
*13-6 Hedley died in California about 1929
*14-7 Edith died very young
*15-8 Eldridge died as an infant
*16-9 Fred killed at Vimy Ridge
*17-10 Christina b. 1891 -1915
*18-11 Hattie b 1893
8-1 James William (1st son of David & Susan Lamon Murphy) md. Mary Jane McCurdy on Jan. 19, 1895. She was born Dec. 1870-Feb. 17, 1913, died in Yukon. They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
*19-1 Susan Edith b Nov. 8, 1895
*20-2 Walter McCurdy b June 28, 1897-1945
*21-3 Henry Thomas b Jan. 29, 1899
*22-4 Hilda May b Dec. 3, 1900-
*23-5 Charles Reid b Aug. 3, 1904-)
*24-6 David b Sept. 7, 1906 - ) 4 children
*25-7 Mary Craig b July 26, 1908-) born in
*26-8 Betsy b Jan. 14, 1911 - June 1924) Dawson.
19-1 Susan md. Gordon Hector Reid on June 22, 1926. After her husband's death she worked as a public health nurse for the Fort William District. They had 2 sons.
27-1 Donald Hector
28-2 Bruce Gordon
27-1 Donald md. Jacqueline McMahon. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
29-1 Bryon David
30-2 Laura Joan
31-3 -------- Alan
32-4 Keith Farley
28-2 Bruce md. Sylvia Riddell. They have 3 sons.
33-1 Gordon Jeffery
34-2 Morrow Gregory
35-3 Bruce Lanard
20-2 Walter md. Wilma ---------. No issue.
21-3 Henry lived in Toronto since 1920.
22-4 Hilda md. A. Harry Lewis. They have 1 son
and 1 dau.
Hilda lived in New Westminster, B.C.
23-5 Charles md. Jean Whynott. They live in Liverpool, N.S. 2 sons and 2 daus.
38-1 Arthur Reid
39-2 William McCurdy
41-4 Ruth Elihea
24-6 David md. Arlene Andrews. He lived and raised his family in Aurora, Illinois, U.S.A. 3 sons and 2 daus.
42-1 David Jr.
43-2 Janet Marie
44-3 Mary Ellen
45-4 Harry Thomas
25-7 Mary is a nurse on the staff of Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital in Burlington, Ontario.
10-3 Warren (3rd son of David & Susan Lamon Murphy) md. Carrie ---------. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
12-5 Mary (1st dau. of David & Susan Lamon Murphy) md. Clair Scott in Geneva, Illinois. No issue.
4-3 Letitia (2nd dau. of James & Alice Archibald Murphy). No record.
5-4 James (2nd son of James & Alice Archibald Murphy) md. Elizabeth Pearson b 1829, sister of David Pearson of Brookvale. James lived in Glenmore on his father's farm. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
*1 Alice d. Aug. 3, 1859 age 4 years
*2 Samuel d Aug. 2, 1859 age 6 years, 9 mos.
*3 Mary J. d Oct. 11, 1859 age 2 years
*4 William d July 18, 1862 age 21 years, 11 mos.
*5 James d Oct. 21, 1864 age 8 years
*49-6 Elizabeth b Mar. 18, 1859
51-8 Alfred b Dec. 2, 1864-Aug. 21, 1956
The first five children died of diphtheria. James died in 1900.
49-6 Elizabeth md. George B. Phalen, Hotel keeper in Middle Musquodoboit. They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
*53-2 Georgie P.
*54-3 Myrtle P.
*55-4 James d 1947
*56-5 John d 1954
*57-6 Jane d 1957
*58-7 Arthur d 1956
52-1 Mary md. Angus Fitzpatrick of Shubenacadie. They had 6 daus. and 3 sons.
60-1 Ivan of Glace Bay
63-4 Kathleen (Mrs. George Murphy of Glace Bay
64-5 Jean died in 1916
66-7 Myrtle (Mrs. Palmer Branch of Bathurst, N.B.)
67-8 Helen (Mrs. Murray Fraser of Lunenburg, N.S.)
68-9 Eileen (Mrs. Cyril McLellan of Truro)
53-2 Georgie md. William Hines. They lived in Haverhill, Mass. She died in 1957. They had 2 daus.
69-1 Mrs. Richard Wood of New Market, N.H.
70-2 Eleanor died when 3 years old.
54-3 Myrtle md. John Heisler. They lived in Vancouver. 2 sons.
71-1 John P.
71-1 John works at the Dominion Archives in Ottawa.
72-2 Earle lives in Vancouver, B.C.
55-4 James md. Mary Parks of Musquodoboit. They had 3 sons and 5 daus.
56-5 John md. Kate Currie of Shubenacadie, they had 3 daus.
57-6 Jane md. Benson Kennedy of Ingramport, N.S. They had 2 sons.
58-7 Arthur md Sadie Isenor of Elmsdale. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
59-8 Dunlap md. Annie Longmaid of Newfoundland. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
50-7 Henry (4th son of James & Elizabeth Pearson Murphy) md. Jane McCurdy. No issue.
51-8 Alfred (5th son of James & Elizabeth Pearson Murphy) md. Bessie McCurdy (dau. of Walter McCurdy) on Sept. 18, 1889. They had 6 sons and 5 daus.
*73-1 Mary P. b July 4, 1890-Sept. 6, 1891
*74-2 Agnes Lola b Dec. 27, 1891
*75-3 James Walter b Aug. 21, 1893-
*76-4 Elizabeth Pearl b Aug. 26, 1895- Apr. 5, 1897
*77-5 Henry Lawrence b Mar. 27, 1897-Feb 3, 1914
*78-6 Austin b Apr. 10, 1899-Jan 4, 1900
*79-7 Ivan Victor b Nov. 12, 1900-May 22, 1958
*80-8 Verna b Oct. 22, 1902 - unmarried
*81-9 Helen Merle b July 5, 1904-May 27, 1941
*82-10 George Wyman b Sept. 4, 1906-
*83-11 Roy Douglas b Aug. 10, 1910-
74-2 Agnes Lola md. Earl James McConnell He was an accountant in Calgary. They had 2 sons.
*84-1 James Lawrence d. 1942
*85-2 Edward Walter
84-1 James Lawrence was a pilot in the R.C.A.F. He was killed in England in 1942.
85-2 Edward Walter md. Doris Fregin of Ottawa, a Squadron Leader in the air-force.
86-1 James Lawrence
87-2 Edward Henry
75-3 James Walter md. 1st Helen P. Hurst. They had 1 dau.
88-1 Helen md. John G. Gray. James Walter's wife Helen died. He md. 2nd Bessie Walton. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
89-1 Bessie Marguerite
89-1 Bessie md. Glen Mertenson
90-2 Ronald md. Audrey Herbert
77-5 Henry Lawrence was unmarried.
79-7 Ivan Victor md. Florence Vickery. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
*91-1 Donald Ivan
92-2 Joyce Arlene
91-1 Donald md. Colleen Meyers. Donald md. 2nd. Maryanne Koles.
92-2 Joyce md. Allan. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
93-1 Vicki Louise
94-2 Gary Allan
95-3 Martin Douglas
96-4 Richard Bryan
81-9 Helen Merle md. Lowell McTaggart. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
97-1 Elizabeth Jean
98-2 George William
97-1 Elizabeth md. Donald Smith.
98-2 George md. Rita Bellefeuille. 1 son and 1 dau.
99-1 William Wayne
100-2 Brenda Lynn
82-10 George md. Ethel Stranse. . . 2 daus.
101-1 Marilynn Virginia md. Roger Kerans
102-2 Barbara Maxine md. Patrick Kehoe
73-11 Roy Douglas md. Margaret Weber. 2 sons.
103-1 Douglas Charles
104-2 Donald Lawrence
Mrs. Alfred Murphy died Nov. 9, 1910. Alfred md. 2nd Eva Edwards on July 12, 1912. No issue.
6-5 John (3rd son of James & Alice Archibald Murphy) md. Eliza Archibald. They had 2 daus. and lived in Glenmore on the Auser farm now owned by Carl Gilroy. No record of family.
The McCabe family came from Ireland and reached Nova Scotia by way of Pennsylvania. They settled in Pictou, under the "Philadelphia Company" scheme and had a very difficult time.
The old McCabe homestead is in Lockbroom, Pictou Co. James McCabe donated the land where the first Presbyterian church was erected. A monument now marks the spot. James McCabe, grandson of James McCabe moved from Pictou to Greenfield, Col. Co. He was born May 18, 1781 and died 1862.
1. James, the grandson, md. Nancy Whidden (1787-1858) They were md. Sept. 10, 1807 and had 7 sons & 3 daus.
2-1 John b Sept. 10, 1808
3-2 Samuel b Apr. 15, 1810
4-3 Mary b June 25, 1812
5-4 Eleanor b June 23, 1815
6-5 James b July 6, 1817
7-6 Daniel b June 9, 1819
*8-7 Edward MacLean b Apr. 3, 1821
*9-8 Abigail b Mar. 23, 1823-Oct. 4, 1892
10-9 Ara b Mar. 7, 1825
11-10 Ralph b July 27, 1827
2-1 John md. 1st Rebecca McLellan, 2nd Annie Ward.
3-2 Samuel md. Elizabeth Bartlett of Onslow.
4-3 Mary md. William Staples of Lr. Onslow.
5-4 Eleanor md. Richard Pyke of Smithfield.
6-5 James md. Abigail Downing of Stewiacke.
7-6 Daniel md. Susan McCarmin (?)
8-7 Edward md. Sarah J. Higgins of Higginsville.
9-8 Abigail md. George Higgins of Higginsville.
10-9 Ara md. Dorothy Downing of Stewiacke.
11-10 Ralph md. Jane Downing of Stewiacke.
8-7 Edward (5th son of James & Nancy Whidden McCabe) moved from Greenfield to Musquodoboit. He was the pioneer McCabe in this valley. He md. Sarah Higgins on Dec. 12, 1844. Edward had served his apprenticeship to the blacksmith trade with Jacob Layton of Great Village, after which he came to Musquodoboit, married and settled in Elmsvale, then called "The flat". His shop stood near the old Reid house, owned by the Leggs, 1980. Here he worked for a time, then sold out to D.W.B. Reid and moved to the south side of the river in Higginsville. Here he carried on a very successful blacksmith business for many years, and here most of his family was born, (Ronald Fraser property, 1980).
Mrs. Edward McCabe died in 1896 and Mr. Edward McCabe died in 1909. They are both buried in the Higginsville Cemetery. They had 7 sons and 3 daus.
12-1 John went to California. He md. Emma -------. No issue.
13-2 Edward went to California where he was a teacher. He md. Mattie -------. They had 5 sons.
14-3 James went to California and taught school.
15-4 Elizabeth was unmarried.
16-5 Layton moved to Prince Edward Island, a farmer. He md. 1st May Gay. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
Layton md. 2nd Annie Fraser. They had,
34-3 Jean (Mrs. George McLellan of P.E.I.)
35-4 Bernice (Mrs. Milton Melish of P.E.I.)
17-6 Jane md. Donald Higgins and lived in Arlington, Mass. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
18-7 Judson was unmarried
19-8 Spurgeon md. Harriet Fraser. He inherited the old homestead which was formerly owned by the late James Higgins. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
42-1 Zella (Mrs. Lawrence Higgins) 2 sons, Glen, Robert.
43-2 Trueman - unmarried
44-3 Gordon, unmd.
45-4 Ruth (Mrs. E.M. McLeod of Mass.) No issue.
46-5 Ralph md. Ruby Garden of Elmsdale, 1 son, Keith
Ralph operated the home farm. (Owned by Mr. & Mrs. John Tilley, 1980)
20-9 Henry was killed in a Yukon gold mine.
21-10 Emily md. Rev. Skinner of Berwick, N.S. They had 2 sons.
47-1 Kenneth Twin
48-2 Carl Twin
22-11 Alfred md. Lizzie Hurley. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
49-1 Lillian (Mrs. Erle Hakes, Mass.)
50-2 Grace (Mrs. Neil McDonald, C.B.)
52-4 Pearl (Mrs. William Scales of Manitoba)
9-8 Abigail (3rd dau. of James & Nancy Whidden McCabe) md. George Higgins. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
*59-6 Samuel b Feb. 25, 1864 -
54-1 Asa started his school days at Brookvale as there was as yet, no school at Higginsville. The school house was built of logs, the teacher was James Hanna. Asa md. Nancy Staples of Onslow. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
61-1 Sedgwick lived in Providence, R.I.
55-2 Olive md. William Butcher, she was his 2nd wife. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
65-1 Arthur lived in Elderbank.
66-2 Charles lived in Meadowvale
69-5 Martha died young
56-3 Jonathan went to the United States, md. there and had a dau. Mabel. His wife and child died when the dau. was quite young.
57-4 Mary md. Charles Wright of Dartmouth. They had 6 sons and 4 daus.
79-8 Gertrude md. Arthur Pettipas of Dartmouth.
58-5 Nancy md. John Butcher. They had 3 daus. and 4 sons.
82-1 Grace (Mrs. John Marr of Truro)
83-2 Reginald md. Laura Brown, lives in North River.
84-3 Warren md. Emma Henry
85-4 Percy md. Hazel Nash, lives in Vancouver.
86-5 Marshall died when 19 years old.
87-6 Marguerite died at 18 years.
88-7 Sylvia (Mrs. Earl Evans of Vancouver).
59-6 Samuel md. Gertrude Mae Prest of Mooseland. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
89-1 Elvie md. Lionel Poiterrin, 34 Walter Ave., New Market, Ont.
90-2 Marjorie md. Stanley Higgins.
91-3 Harold md. Nora Miller (8 sons and 6 daus.).
60-7 Albion md. Mabel Lynds of North River. He was a blacksmith. They had 2 daus. and 1 son.
92-1 Pearl md. Roy Works.
93-2 Annie md. John Kerr
94-3 Wilson md. Pearl Lynds
Thomas McCallum, eldest son of David McCallum, was born Apr. 20, 1778. David was among the early settlers of Onslow. He md. Margaret Moore of Truro in 1775. She came to Truro in 1760 with her brothers, sisters and their husbands. Her brothers were Hugh, Daniel and William Moore. Her sisters were Esther (Mrs. Robert Hunter, Janet (Mrs. William Logan), Alice (Mrs. John Archibald). These early settlers came from Londonderry, Ireland, by way of New Hampshire.
Thomas settled in Middle Musquodoboit. The road to his farm went in by what is now (1980) the Cyril Hubley place. The old road was discovered in 1964 when a road was made to a gravel pit on what was then the Milton McKeen property. The McCallum farm lay across the river from what is now the Carl Grant farm (1980). After the McCallums moved away it was owned by James Scott, then Samuel Crockett and Charles McFetridge.
Thomas md. Janet (youngest dau. of William & Janet Moore Logan). They are both buried in the Pioneer cemetery.
(Thomas d April 1859 - age 81)
Janet d Dec. 1864 - age 89 ) Inscription
1. Thomas & Janet had 2 sons and 5 daus.
*2-1 Margaret b 1807 - 1887
*3-2 Thomas b 1812-1878
4-3 William b 1815-
8-7 Mary d Mar. 1, 1841
2-1 Margaret McCallum (1st dau. of Thomas & Janet Logan McCallum) md. Joseph McMullin. They lived on the farm owned by Baker’s greenhouses, 1980. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
(Joseph d Apr. 16, 1883 - age 72
Margaret d Oct. 3, 1887 - age 80)
Joseph and Margaret had 4 sons and 1 dau.
12-4 William Joseph
13-5 Margaret Ann
9-1 John md. -------- Dillman. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
10-2 Thomas md. and moved to Boston.
11-3 Alexander md. Janet Taylor, they had 3 sons.
12-4 William Joseph md. Elizabeth Fox. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
14-1 Esson md. Laura Smith
15-2 Annie (Mrs. George Frame)
16-3 Maggie Jane d 1881- age 2 years.
13-5 Margaret Ann md. George Cole of Elderbank. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
3-2 Thomas McCallum (1st son of Thomas & Janet Logan McCallum) md. Ruth Dickie, dau. of David and Ruth Weatherby Dickie of Glenmore. They settled in the east end of Glenmore, now forest. No issue.
“Thomas d Aug. 17, 1878 - age 66
Ruth d Mar. 11, 1880-age 70” Inscription
4-3 William McCallum (2nd son of Thomas & Janet Logan McCallum) inherited the farm, later moved to Camden, Col. Co. He md. -------- Logan. He died at 99 years; he and his wife are buried in Camden. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
27-4 Roseanne - unmarried
29-6 Harriet (Mrs. James Clark)
5-4 Alice McCallum (1st dau. of Thomas & Janet Logan McCallum) md. James Guild. They had 3 sons. They are buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
*31-1 John Archibald
*32-2 Edward - unmarried
31-1 John Archibald Guild md. Margaret Mickle of River John. Their son Harris lived on the home place in Elmsvale. They had 5 sons and 1 dau.
34-1 Robert md. Mabel Stacey.
35-2 Harris md. Arlene Gaston.
36-3 Sidney - unmarried
37-4 Susan (Mrs. Bates Fraser)
38-5 James md. Althea Ryan
39-6 George (1883-1884)
33-3 Frederick Guild md. Theresa Nelson of Stewiacke and settled in the United States. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
6-5 Janet McCallum (2nd dau of Thomas & Janet Logan McCallum) was unmarried. After her brother William moved to Camden she managed the farm with Donny Grant as a helper.
7-6 Pheobe McCallum was unmarried.
8-7 Mary McCallum (4th dau. of Thomas & Janet Logan McCallum) md. John Barnhill Archibald, son of David & Letitia Barnhill Archibald in March 1824.
Ref: Miller book, pg. 42.
They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
*44-1 Janet - 1830-1880
*45-2 John Barnhill - 1833-1896
46-3 David 1831-
*47-4 Thomas - 1835-1856
48-5 Pheobe Ann 1837-
49-6 William 1838-1907
44-1 Janet md. David Pearson, they are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery. Her descendants are listed in the Pearson history.
45-2 John Barnhill Archibald md. Margaret Irwin of Lower Truro in 1862. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery. They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
51-2 Mary Eliza
52-3 Henry twin
53-4 John twin
54-5 Sarah - 1869-1919
55-6 Margaret Ann
46-3 David Archibald went to the U.S. where he married and had a family. No record.
47-4 Thomas Archibald was lost at sea in 1856 when he was about 21 years old.
48-5 Pheobe Ann Archibald went to the U.S. She was not married.
49-6 William Archibald md. Mary McFetridge in 1862. They had 1 son. William died 1907, he and his wife are buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
The McCurdy family, originally from Scotland, reached Nova Scotia by way of Ireland and New England. About 1772 Alexander McCurdy with his wife Jannet, four children and his sister Peggy, settled in Onslow. Their son James married Agnes Archibald in 1788, and it was James Munroe McCurdy, their son, who with his brother Alexander pioneered in Musquodoboit. (A brother Matthew and a sister Sarah also settled in Musquodoboit. See histories of these families. Genealogical numbers 1- 43-2 are concerned with McCurdy ancestors before James came to Musquodoboit.)
43-2 James Munroe (1st son of James & Agnes Archibald McCurdy) was doubtless named after Rev. James Munroe, one of the earliest ministers of Colchester County. In 1813, James and his brother Alexander came from Onslow to Middle Musquodoboit and cleared a field on a 200 acre lot their father had purchased for them. This lot of land made two farms, and was owned and occupied by these two brothers for many years. Subsequently, it was divided again, James’ half went to his two sons, Isaac and Thomas and has since been sold to others. James built his house on the north side of the Brookvale road, was later occupied by his two sons. Isaac died in 1867 and sometime after the house was burned with all its contents. Thomas then built the house occupied by Keith Kingsbury, 1980. Isaac’s family built a small house where the Captain Burris house now stands. This small house later burned and the present house was built by Allen, Isaac’s son about 1884 shortly after. (It is now owned by Thomas Doucette, 1980). Two hundred acres were added to Alexander’s half which went to his two sons, William and J. Watson, and was later owned by a grandson Roy B. McCurdy, and Frank McCurdy, 1980. Alexander built his house on the old road and later when the present road was built in 1847 he moved the house and barn down to the present site.
James md. on Oct. 25, 1814, Margaret (dau. of Alexander & Rebecca Baird Miller). Margaret was a sister of Thomas Miller who wrote the Historical Record of Colchester County. She was born May 24, 1797 and died Oct. 11, 1845. James and Margaret had 8 sons and 4 daus.
*56-1 Alexander b 1815 d 1841
*57-2 James b 1817 died young
*58-3 Rebecca S. b 1819
*59-4 Agnes Jane b 1820
*60-5 John Kent b 1822-July 14, 1908
*61-6 Robert Sprott b 1824
*62-7 Isaac b 1826-Mar. 31, 1867 died at 20 years
*63-8 George W. b1828 - died at 20 years
*64-9 Elizabeth Miller b 1830 d at 18 years
*65-10 William b 1832 d in infancy
*66-11 Alexander Thomas b 1834-Mar. 6, 1883 age 49
*67-12 Harriet J. b 1836 - unmarried
After the death of his wife, James md. 2nd Mary Parker, a sister of John and George Parker, widow of McDougall. They had 2 daus.
58-3 Rebecca S. (1st dau. Of James & Margaret Miller McCurdy) md. on Jan. 31, 1838 Henry C. Archibald. They moved to Groton, Mass. She died on June 15, 1854. They had 4 sons and 5 daus.
*70-1 Ebenezer Charles b 1839-1861
*71-2 Melville McCurdy b 1840-1849
*72-3 Margaret Jane b 1842-1846
*73-4 Rebecca Ann b 1844-1861
*74-5 Margaret Agnes b 1846-1852
*75-6 Georgie Elizabeth b 1840-1849
*76-7 Miriam b 1850
77-8 James William b 1852-1868
*78-9 Henry Adams b 1853-1854
59-4 Agnes Jane (2nd dau. of James & Margaret Miller McCurdy) md. Barry Hamilton. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
79-1 Henry died unmarried
80-2 Margaret died unmarried
81-3 James Munroe b 1844
81-3 James md. On Dec. 28, 1871. Margaret Kent (dau. Of William Kent & Sara Parker). They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
*82-1 Elizabeth Kent
*83-2 George Barry
*84-3 Lewis William
*85-4 Edgar Hill
86-5 Sara Jane b 1879-1918
87-6 Jessie May b 1887-1887
82-1 Elizabeth Kent (1st dau. of James and Margaret Kent) md. Rev. William McDonald of Pictou. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
88-1 Anne May
89-2 John James Gordon
90-3 Margaret Evelyn
91-4 George Elmer
83-2 George Barry (1st son of James and Margaret Kent) md. Mabel Hamilton. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
92-1 Earle William
93-2 James Aubrey
94-3 Louis Kent
95-4 Martha Florence
96-5 Margaret Frances
84-3 Lewis William (2nd son of James and Margaret Kent) md. Mabel Little. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
97-1 James Ervin
*98-2 John Douglas
99-3 Eva Margaret
*100-4 Rae Parker
101-5 Edith Sara
102-6 Gordon Lewis
98-2 John Douglas md. Kathleen Marie Cox of Halifax in 1924.
85-4 Edgar Hill (3rd son of James and Margaret Kent) md. Georgina Cleveland of Lunenburg. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
103-1 Mae Elizabeth
105-3 George Kent
Descendants of John Kent McCurdy.
60-5 John Kent (3rd son of James and Margaret Miller McCurdy) moved to North Dakota about 1880 and filed on Government land. In the summer of 1908 he visited his old home in Nova Scotia. On his return trip to Dakota he was killed by a train in Stewiacke. He was married five times.
He md. 1st Mary T. Kaulback, 1843, d 1844 age 19.
He md. 2nd Mary Alice Tupper, 1847.
He md. 3rd Rachael Tupper, 1854, d 1868, age 58.
He md. 4th Jessie Guild, 1869.
He md. 5th Mrs. Sarah Barclay, 1907.
By his second wife he had 3 sons and 2 daus.
107-1 Mary died in infancy
*108-2 George James
*109-3 Eliakim Tupper
*110-4 Mary A.
*111-5 Samuel d Dec. 2, 1897 - unmarried
108-2 George James md. Joanna McCurdy of Onslow. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*112-1 Frederick Everett
*113-2 Mary Alice
114-3 Albert Clarence
George James went with his family to Dakota in 1880 and took up land; retired to California. He md. 2nd Kate Cameron. No issue.
112-1 Frederick Everett went to North Dakota in 1881 with his father and mother. He graduated in Law from the State University of North Dakota. In 1910, he moved to Bismarck, North Dakota. He md. Elsa Finlay in 1908. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
115-1 Orma Mary
116-2 Robert George
117-3 Ruth Elsa
113-2 Mary Alice (1st dau. Of George and Joanna McCurdy) graduated from the State University. She taught in Los Angeles.
114-3 Albert Clarence (2nd son of George and Joanna McCurdy). Albert md. Alice Ballard in 1920. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
118-1 James Ballard
119-2 Laura Jane
120-3 Charles Richard
109-3 Eliakim Tupper (2nd son of John & Mary McCurdy) died unmarried at the age of 20 years.
110-2 Mary A. (2nd dau. Of John & Mary McCurdy) md. Isaac Archibald, youngest son of William G. and Nancy Archibald. They had a large family, all in Western Canada.
61-6 Robert Sprott md. May 21, 1850, Susan Tupper of Upper Stewiacke. Robert and Susan had 1 son.
121-1 Stanley Tupper
121-1 Stanley Tupper (only child of Robert & Susan McCurdy) received his B.A. from Dalhousie in 1872. He md. Catherine Underwood in 1884. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
122-1 George Underwood
123-2 Muriel Tupper
124-3 Robert Stanley
125-4 Arthur Murray
126-5 Lyall Rodcliff
127-6 Margaret Louise
Descendants of Isaac (5th son of James & Margaret Miller McCurdy).
62-7 Isaac md. In 1851, Ruth Yuill of Old Barns. He was a school teacher but later operated his father’s farm. They had 7 sons and 2 daus.
*128-1 Beveridge Munro Oct. 24, 1852-Feb. 18, 1905, age 53.
*129-2 Allen James
*130-3 Robert Oliphant
*131-4 Margaret Harriet
*132-5 Sarah Bertha
*133-6 Brenton Haliburton
*134-7 Isaac Sedgwick
*135-8 Dexter Franklyn d May 14, 1886, age 21 years.
*136-9 Richard Christie
Ruth Yuill McCurdy died Jan 4, 1881, age 51 years.
128-1 Beveridge Munroe (1st son of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy) unmarried.
129-2 Allen James (2nd son of Isaac and Ruth Yuill McCurdy) md. June 10, 1885, Sarah Burris, widow of Edwin Archibald. No issue. Md. 2nd Elizabeth Markham 1909. 5 children.
Dau. Mrs. Ruth E. Pawlak, Empress, Alberta (1980).
130-3 Robert Oliphant (3rd son of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy). He lived in Truro. He md. On Dec. 24, 1875, Nancy C. McKenzie. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
*137-1 Arthur Davis b 1880
*138-2 Frank Church b 1882
*139-3 Mary Ruth b 1884
*140-4 Dexter Scott b 1888
*141-5 Leslie Briggs
*142-6 Lilly Grey
*143-7 Leona Ethel
137-1 Arthur Davis was unmarried.
138-2 Frank Church was a building contractor. He md. Annie Gray of Halifax. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
145-2 Robert Oliphant
139-3 Mary Ruth was a school teacher. She md. Edward R. Byers of West New Annan. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
147-1 Walter Roach
148-2 Wallace Gordon
149-3 Hazel Christina
140-4 Dexter Scott graduated with a medical degree from Dalhousie in 1916. He practised in Truro. He md. Edith Trefny. No issue.
141-5 Leslie Briggs was a civil engineer. He md. Marguerite Stewart. They had 1 dau.
150-1 Margaret Christie
142-6 Lily Grey md. Stanley Smith of Halifax. No issue.
143-7 Leona Ethel - unmarried.
131-4 Margaret Harriet (1st dau. of Isaac and Ruth Yuill McCurdy) md. Oscar G. Ridlon of Maine. They lived in Boston and had 5 sons and 5 daus.
151-1 William Burton
152-2 Gervase Everett
153-3 Godfred Oscar
154-4 Ruth Evelyn died young
155-5 Eva Frances died young
156-6 Ralph Waldo died young
157-7 Ida May
160-10 George W.
132-5 Sarah Bertha (2nd dau. of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy) md. Rupert H. Reid of Middle Musquodoboit. Their descendants are listed in the James Reid history.
133-6 Brenton Haliburton (4th son of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy) md. ---------. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
162-2 Neva Belle
163-3 Louise Hilda
134-7 Isaac Sedgewick (5th son of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy) md. Jessie McDonald. They had 2 daus. and 1 son.
164-1 Margaret Constance
165-2 Ruth Frances
166-3 Charles Frank
135-8 Dexter Franklyn (6th son of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy) was unmarried.
136-9 Richard Christie (7th son of Isaac & Ruth Yuill McCurdy) md. Adelaide ------. No issue.
Descendants of Alexander Thomas (8th son of James & Margaret Miller McCurdy).
66-1 Alexander Thomas md. Elizabeth Alice Kaulback. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
167-1 Albert E.
168-2 Victoria Ann
167-1 Albert Edward md. Agnes Guild and had a family of 7 children.
168-2 Victoria Ann md. W. Robinson Archibald of Old Barns. They had 1 son.
Alexander Thomas’ wife died Aug. 2, 1913 age 72 years.
68-13 Descendants of Jennet (1st dau. of James by his second wife, Mary Parker).
68-13 Jennet md. Angus Brown. They moved to Winnipeg, 2 sons.
69-14 Susan (2nd dau. of James by his second wife, Mary Parker) md. James G. Kerr, of Milford, Hants Co. No issue.
1 Alexander McCurdy (46-5) 2nd son of James and Agnes Archibald McCurdy) was born in Onslow. In 1813 he came to Middle Musquodoboit with his brother James. He md. in April, 1821, Janet (the eldest dau. of Matthew Taylor Archibald and the dau. of Matthew’s first wife Janet Guild).
Alexander was received into the eldership of the Presbyterian Church during the pastorate of Rev. John Sprott. He died on April 8, 1889. His wife Janet died May 3, 1851 - age 48. They had 7 sons and 3 daus.
*2-1 Mary Jane b May 16, 1822-Feb. 23, 1900
*3-2 Harriet b Oct. 24, 1824-Oct. 24, 1909
*4-3 Matthew James B 1826-1902
*5-4 Sarah Margaret b Dec. 1, 1828-1914
*6-5 William b May 9, 1831-May 5, 1923
*7-6 Daniel b 1833-1897 (Nov. 4)
*8-7 Alexander 1836-1836
*9-8 Henry 1832-1890
*10-9 Walter 1840-1907
*11-10 James Watson ---
Alexander md. 2nd Diana Hutchinson in 1853. She died Oct. 3, 1887-age 77 years. Mary Jane md. Henry C. Archibald. He had been md. before to Rebecca (dau. of James & Margaret Miller McCurdy). Mr. Archibald died in 1859. Mary Jane md. 2nd Alexander Archibald. Mary Jane and Alexander Archibald had 1 son.
12-1 Adams Tarbell-died in early manhood.
Descendants of Harriet (2nd dau. of Alexander & Janet Guild McCurdy.
3-2 Harriet md. Peter R. Clark, they had 1 dau.
13-1 Christie died young.
Descendants of Matthew James (1st son of Alexander & Janet Guild McCurdy).
4-3 Matthew James was a carriage builder. He built a house demolished by Carl Gilroy and a carriage shop across the road and worked at carriage building. He md. Jean Russell of Elgin, Scotland. Matthew and Jean had 3 sons and 3 daus.
*14-1 William Russell b 1858-July 11, 1921.
15-2 Janet Archibald b 1860
16-3 Alexander b 1862 drowned in 1875
17-4 Margaret Russell b 1864
18-5 Elizabeth Russell b 1866
*19-6 James Farquhar b 1867
14-1 William Russell (1st son of Matthew & Jean Russell McCurdy) was for many years the Halifax correspondent of the New York Herald.
He md. Miss Mackintosh, they had 2 sons and 3 daus.
20-1 Jessie Marguerite Russell
21-2 Isobel Gotherer
*22-3 William Mackintosh
23-4 John Archibald
24-5 Agnes Elizabeth
22-3 William Mackintosh (1st son of William & Miss Mackintosh McCurdy) md. Marguerite K. Wiley of Canard.
23-4 John Archibald (2nd son of William & Miss Mackintosh McCurdy) md. Elsie I Hue. 1 dau.
25-1 Patricia Ann
19-6 James Farquhar (3rd son of Matthew James & Jean Russell McCurdy) was an ordained minister. in 1895 he md. Amelia Palmer of P.E.I. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
27-2 Helen (Mrs. H.S. Conrad)
Jean Russell McCurdy died in 1907. Matthew James McCurdy md. 2nd her sister, Ida. No issue.
5-4 Sarah Margaret md. William Reid, in 1853. Her descendants are listed in the James Reid history.
William (2nd son of Alexander & Janet Guild McCurdy).
6-5 William md. on July 15, 1856, Mary Ervin. They had 5 sons and 5 daus.
*30-1 Ann Janette
*31-2 Mary Archibald
*32-3 Samuel Ervin
*33-4 Harriet b Mar. 17, 1863-Nov. 19, 1943
*34-5 Jane 1887-1924
*36-7 Charles Ervin 1869-1926
*37-8 Robert Sedgewick 1871-1927
*38-9 William Morris died in Lacombe, Alta.
*39-10 Edwin John b Feb. 25, 1878-Jan. 20, 1884
Mary Ervin McCurdy died on June 27, 1884, age 51 years. William md. 2nd on Nov. 25, 1885 Margaret J. Reid, widow of Sydney Archibald. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*40-1 Roy B. Oct. 19, 1886-
*41-2 Susan b Nov. 8, 1888-Dec. 16, 1889)
*42-3 Edward Grant b 1892-Oct. 30, 1917) Inscriptions
William’s 2nd wife, Margaret J. Reid died Dec. 26, 1930.
30-1 Ann Janette (1st dau. of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. Sidney Lindsay. Her descendants are listed in the John Lindsay history.
31-2 Mary Archibald (2nd dau. of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy md. Samuel Hanna. Her descendants are listed in the Hugh Hanna history.
32-3 Samuel Ervin (1st son of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. Mary A. Wilson of Boston. They lived in Eureka, California and had 1 son and 2 dau.
33-4 Harriet (3rd dau. of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. William Bentley on Oct. 29, 1889. They had 2 sons and 6 daus.
46-1 Gertrude b 1890-1937
47-2 Bessie b ----
51-6 Edith b 1892-1892
52-7 Melville G. 1903-1907
53-8 Ellen E. 1906-1907
William Bentley died in 1937 and his wife died in 1943.
34-5 Jane (4th dau. of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. Henry Murphy. They moved to Alberta, then to Vancouver, where she died in 1924. No issue.
35-6 Alexander (2nd son of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy md. Lilla Ervin. They had 6 sons and 1 dau.
36-7 Charles Ervin (3rd son of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. Ada Williams of Eureka, California. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
37-8 Robert Sedgewick (4th son of william & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. Frances M. Morris. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
Frances Morris McCurdy died in 1917, and he md. 2nd. Jamesina Moore of Shubenacadie. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
67-4 Clara - 3 sons & 4 daus.
68-5 William - 4 sons & 2 daus.
69-6 Samuel - 1 son
38-9 William Morris (5th son of William & Mary Ervin McCurdy) md. Catherine Harden of England. No issue. He died in Lacombe, Alta. on Jan. 21, 1921, age 47 years.
40-1 Roy B. (6th son of William and 1st son of Margaret J. Reid Archibald) md. Lulu Jane Guild. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
71-2 Mary ) Twins
Lulu Jane died in 1925 and Roy md. 2nd Alice Holman. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
42-3 Edward Grant (7th son of William and 2nd son of Margaret J. Reid Archibald) was killed at Passchendale, France on Oct. 30, 1917.
Descendants of Daniel (3rd son of Alexander and Janet Guild McCurdy)
7-6 Daniel md. Agnes Murdoch and lived in Boston.
75-1 Hattie (Mrs. Cook)
76-2 Henry lives in Boston
77-3 Charles died in early manhood. Several other children died young.
Descendants of Henry (5th son of Alexander and Janet Guild McCurdy).
9-8 Henry md. Sarah Jane Cutten and went to Boston, in 1860. Their adopted daughter, Ida, md. Eben Hoffman.
Descendants of Walter (6th son of Alexander and Janet Guild McCurdy).
10-9 Walter purchased the property when Matthew James went to Tangier and took over the carriage building. Walter md. Agnes Ervin. They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
*78-1 Janet Ann
*80-3 Mary Jane
*81-4 Sarah 1874-Mar. 31, 1881, age 7 years
*83-6 Charles Ervin
*84-7 Ernest Bayne
Walter died June 7, 1907. His wife Agnes, died June 21, 1917.
78-1 Janet Ann (1st dau. of Walter & Agnes Ervin McCurdy) md. Warren Percival Reid. No issue.
79-2 Bessie (2nd dau. of Walter & Agnes Ervin McCurdy) md. Alfred D. Murphy. Her descendants are listed in the James Murphy history.
80-3 Mary Jane (3rd dau. of Walter & Agnes Ervin McCurdy) md. James W. Murphy. Her descendants are listed in the James Murphy history.
83-6 Charles Ervin (2nd son of Walter & Agnes Ervin McCurdy) md. Alice M. Ladd of Cape Breton. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
85-1 Helen Agnes b 1920
86-2 Gordon Ladd)
87-3 Charles Ervin) b 1922
88-4 Lena Ann
84-7 Ernest Bayne (3rd son of Walter & Agnes Ervin McCurdy) md. Georgie (dau. of George and Lucy Merson Cook). They had 2 sons.
90-1 George Ernest
91-2 Hollis Thompson
Descendants of James Watson (6th son of Alexander & Janet Guild McCurdy).
11-10 James Watson md. Agnes Kerr. They lived in the house owned by Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dean, 1980. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
*92-1 Foster Dixon
*94-3 James Kerr
95-4 Mary Jane
92-1 Foster Dixon (1st son of James Watson & Agnes Kerr McCurdy) md. Mary Campbell. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
96-1 Archibald - living in Halifax, 1980
97-2 James Kerr
98-3 Mary Campbell
Three weeks after the birth of Mary Campbell the mother died, 1909, and the little girl grew up with an aunt in Tatamagouche. The father died in Innisfail, Alta. on July 17, 1913, The son James Kerr died in 1934.
93-2 Jennie was unmarried, she died in 1962 and is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery in Middle Musquodoboit.
94-3 James Kerr (2nd son of James Watson & Agnes Kerr McCurdy) died when 2 years old.
95-4 Mary Jane (2nd dau. of James Watson & Agnes Kerry McCurdy) md. Adam Dunlap Burris in 1918. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
99-1 George Douglas
100-2 Grace Muriel
101-3 Donald Douglas
102-4 Adam Dunlap
103-5 John Burris
Descendants of Sarah (2nd dau. of James & Agnes Archibald McCurdy).
44-3 Sarah md. James, 4th son of David & Jane Archibald. He was born in Truro on June 7, 1787. They had 2 sons.
*2-1 James b 1812
2-1 James (1st son of James & Sarah McCurdy Archibald), md. Lucy Ann Wilber in 1838. He died in 1839. No issue.
3-2 David (2nd son of James & Sarah McCurdy Archibald) died while a young man, unmarried.
Apparently James Archibald died before 1816; for on Dec. 26, 1816 - Sarah md. Captain Henry Cuminger of Sherbrooke. Sarah died Jan. 15, 1854. Sarah and Henry had 7 sons and 1 dau.
4-1 The dau. md., she and her husband died young.
5-2 Captain John) merchant & shipbuilder
6-3 Ebenezer ) merchant & shipbuilder. No issue.
7-4 Samuel md. 3 sisters whose surname was Belong. No issue.
8-5 Jessie) unmarried
9-6 Alexander) unmarried
10-7 Isaac md. and had one dau. Kate
11-8 William Henry md. Ellen Jane Archibald and settled in Middle Musquodoboit as a tanner, in the house now owned by Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dean, 1980. No issue. He died Dec. 26, 1876, age 44 years and is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
Matthew Archibald McCurdy
Descendants of Matthew Archibald (4th son of James & Agnes Archibald McCurdy).
49-8 Matthew md. Eliza Archibald, the second daughter of Samuel Archibald the third and Elizabeth Archibald of Truro.
Mrs. McCurdy was her husband’s first cousin; their mothers were sisters. Mr. & Mrs. McCurdy began their married life on a farm in Middle Musquodoboit. Matthew and his brother-in-law James Archibald purchased adjacent farms in Musquodoboit, now the farms owned by Mrs. Emma Gladwin and Kenneth Fox, 1980.
1. Matthew and Elizabeth had 5 sons and 5 daus.
*2-1 Elizabeth Jane b 1828-1859
*3-2 Henry b 1830-1837
*5-4 Nancy) James and Nancy were twins
*6-5 Amelia b 1836-1837
*7-6 Edward Adams b Mar. 14, 1838 - Aug. 26, 1920.
*8-7 Albert )
*9-8 Victoria) twins b Mary 23, 1840-1884
*10-9 Emily b Aug. 5, 1843-1868
*11-10 Leander Frederick 1845-1865
Later Matthew and his brother-in-law sold their farms to Colonel H.A. Gladwin, then moved to Clifton, or Old Barns. Matthew’s wife Elizabeth died Aug. 21, 1875 and he md. 2nd Ann Hislop. No issue. He died on Mar. 22, 1887 and was buried in the Clifton cemetery along with his first wife Eliza and several of his children. While in Musquodoboit in the spring of 1837, a violent epidemic of scarlet fever swept the settlement and three of their children, Henry, Nancy and Amelia died. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery here.
2-1 Elizabeth Jane (1st dau. of Matthew & Eliza Archibald McCurdy) md. in 1854, John Christie. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
12-1 Laura (Mrs. Charles Edward of Truro)
13-2 Richard b 1858-1860
3-2 Henry (1st son of Matthew & Eliza Archibald McCurdy) died in epidemic, 1837.
4-3 James (2nd son of Matthew & Eliza Archibald McCurdy) md. Amelia J. Archibald, the fourth daughter of David Archibald, the sixteenth, of Elmsvale. His descendants are listed in the Archibald history.
5-4 Nancy (2nd dau. of Matthew & Eliza Archibald McCurdy) died in epidemic 1837.
6-5 Amelia (3rd dau. of Matthew & Eliza Archibald McCurdy) died in epidemic, 1837.
7-6 Edward Adams (3rd son of Matthew & Eliza Archibald McCurdy) md. Jane Walker Waddell. She died on Aug. 20, 1926 and is buried beside her husband in Riverside Cemetery, New Glasgow. Edward Adam was licensed to preach June 13, 1864 by the Truro Presbytery in Glenholme. On June 20, 1865 he was inducted as pastor of the new congregation of Meagher’s Grant, Musquodoboit Harbour and Clam Harbour. After various charges he retired to his home in Clifton where he died. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
*20-7 Raymond b 1879
All of the children of Edward Adams and Jane died in infancy except Raymond.
20-7 Raymond (only child of Edward & Jane Waddell McCurdy to survive infancy) was md. in 1916 to Margaret Crowe. They resided at Clifton, Old Barns, formerly the property of his father and part of the homestead of his grandfather, Matthew A. McCurdy.
22-1 Florence May
23-2 Alfred Earle
24-3 Roy died at birth
25-4 Alice Amelia
26-5 Edward died at 3 months
27-6 Sherburne Graham (a teacher)
28-7 Archibald - an ordained minister
29-8 Helen died when 13 years old.
8-7 Albert Edward (4th son of Matthew & Elizabeth Archibald McCurdy) md. 1st Sarah Donkin. She died in 1870. No issue.
Albert md. 2nd Margaret Donkin, a sister of his 1st wife. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
*28-1 Sarah b 1874-1875
*29-2 Helen Mary b 1876-
*30-3 Charles Edward b 1878-
31-4 Margaret Alberta b 1883-
Albert died from pneumonia in 1884 in his forty-fourth year. He is buried in Clifton.
29-2 Helen Mary was a school teacher.
30-3 Charles Edward moved to Brockton, Mass. He md. Lottie Nilsson. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
31-4 Margaret md. Albert McMahon of Berwick. No issue.
9-8 Victoria (4th dau. of Matthew & Elizabeth McCurdy) md. Robert Allen Loughead of Truro. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
*34-1 Annie Elizabeth
*35-2 Frederick Allen drowned when 17 years old.
34-1 Annie Elizabeth md. Hon. William Fraser McCurdy of Baddeck. They had 1 dau.
36-1 Allene Victoria b 1908
10-9 Emily (5th dau. of Matthew & Elizabeth Archibald McCurdy) md. John Lougheed, a brother of her sister, Victoria’s husband. No issue.
11-10 Leander Frederick (5th son of Matthew & Elizabeth Archibald McCurdy) died at Clifton in early manhood in 1868.
McCurdy data taken from: "The McCurdy’s of Nova Scotia." by F.B. Blanchard
Originally, the family of James MacDonald spelled the name "McDonald". In the file of land grants in the Public Archives at Halifax is a petition from James McDonald in 1811. This petition states "James McDonald and other petitioners recently arrived from Scotland. James served in Egypt in the 42nd Regiment (Black Watch) under, General Abercomby and is a pensioner of Chelsea Hospital for weak eyes".
James and his wife Janet MacIntosh were married in Scotland. They arrived in Middle Musquodoboit 1818, from Glenmore, Scotland.
James lived for a time in a section that looked much like his old home area and it is said that he named it "Glenmore" which it is called to this day. This farm is now known as the Fisher place owned by Robert Burgess, 1980.
This land was not granted to James, and he moved to South Section and settled on the high hill opposite the farm owned in 1980 by Lorne Scott. James died Nov. 12, 1847 aged 66.
1. James and Janet had 1 son and 1 dau.
2-1 Margaret b 1815
3-2 John b Aug. 29, 1810-Jan. 18, 1892
2-1 Margaret was born at Gibralter on board ship. She md. Alexander Anderson, the eldest of the Anderson family who came to N.S. from Elgin, Scotland and started lumbering. They had 1 dau.
They lived at Petpeswick, Ann was a small infant when her father died. Margaret McDonald Anderson returned to her people, the McDonalds, and five years later married John Higgins. Their family is listed in the Higgins history.
4-1 Ann spent quite a bit of her childhood with her father’s sister whom they called "Aunt Wallace". She was married to Mr. Wallace. Ann married 1st Isaac Turple and had 2 sons and 1 dau.
Ann’s 1st husband died and later she md. Peter Faulkner. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
John md. Eliza Ann Higgins (dau. of John and Sarah Whidden Higgins). She was born in 1811 and died July 11, 1874. They had 13 children; a number died in childhood.
*11-1 Janet b Mar. 31, 1831-July 13, 1912
*12-2 James b Feb. 1833-Apr. 21, 1837
*13-3 Sarah b Mar. 31, 1835-Mar. 19, 1919
*14-4 Jane b Feb. 28, 1837-Jan. 23, 1924
*15-5 John b Mar. 2, 1839-Mar. 15, 1841
*16-6 James b Mar. 6, 1841-Sept. 23, 1910
*17-7 Margaret b Mar. 1, 1843-Apr. 23, 1919
*18-8 Elizabeth b Feb. 19, 1845-Apr. 4, 1873
*19-9 Angus b Dec. 26, 1846-Sept. 7, 1856
*20-10 Mary b Mar. 15, 1849-Sept. 10, 1859
*21-11 Agnes b Apr. 15, 1852-Aug. 29, 1859
*22-12 Edward b June 9, 1854-
*23-13 Ellen b Oct. 14, 1856-Sept. 25, 1854**
11-1 Janet (1st dau. of John and Eliza Ann Higgins MacDonald) md. James McCabe. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
24-1 Emmeline b 1850
27-4 Rev. Alfred
29-6 Mary Rebecca
24-1 Emmline’s grand-daughter, Mrs. R.M. Kennedy of Upper Stewiacke, N.S. has a wooden sugar-box, made without nails, (holds 20 lbs) brought from Egypt by James MacDonald.
27-4 The Rev. Alfred had a daughter, Mrs. Harold Stultz, Wolfville, N.S.
29-6 Mary Rebecca md. Milton Cox. Her daughter Mrs. J.R. Sumner lives in Truro.
**[Typist's note: death date for 23-13 transcribed as in original, although an obvious error]cja
13-3 Sarah (2nd dau. of John & Eliza Ann Higgins McDonald) md. Richard Bates. Her descendants are given in the Bates history.
14-4 Jane (3rd dau. of John & Eliza Ann Higgins MacDonald), md. Charles Bonnell. She was his 3rd wife. No issue.
16-6 James (3rd son of John & Eliza Ann Higgins MacDonald) md. Mary Agnes Archibald on Nov. 21, 1866. They had 6 sons and 2 daus., all born in Middle Musquodoboit. Later he moved with hs family to Cambridge, Mass. Mary was born Dec. 23, 1841, died Feb. 23, 1920.
*30-1 Samuel James b Oct. 30, 1867-Mar. 1, 1890
*31-2 George Oswald b June 10, 1869-1940
*32-3 John Angus b July 22, 1871-1947
*33-4 Anna Amelia b Oct. 8, 1875-Feb. 7, 1953
*34-5 Richard Marshall Bates b Apr. 21, 1877-1947
*35-6 Elizabeth b Apr. 2, 1874-Jan 7, 1935
*36-7 Thomas Christie b Oct. 30, 1881-May 18, 1945
*37-8 Edward Clayton b Jan. 9, 1884-Dec. 23, 1932
30-1 Samuel (1st son of James & Mary Agnes Archibald MacDonald) was a teacher. He was called “Archie” and died young, unmarried.
31-2 George (2nd son of James & Mary Archibald MacDonald) md. Jessie S. Guild on Sept. 12, 1894. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
38-1 Almon C.)
39-2 Erwin W. ) all married in Massachusetts.
40-3 Uriel O.)
41-4 Frances md. Cogswell Chisholm
42-5 Dau. died very young.
George’s wife, Jessie, died, he md. 2nd her sister Ruth.
32-3 John Angus (3rd son of James & Mary Archibald MacDonald) md. Minnie Marvin. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
44-2 Ernest, California
45-3 Hazel all md. in California
33-4 Anna (1st dau. of James & Mary Archibald MacDonald) md. William Arthur Bayliss in June 6, 1900. They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
*47-1 Chester Elliot
*48-2 Willard Clayton
*49-3 Marjorie Esther
*50-4 Agnes Elizabeth
51-5 Anna Amelia
*52-6 Ruth Frances
47-1 Chester md. Evelyn Louise Summers. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
53-1 Evelyn Louise
54-2 Chester Elliot
55-3 Stephen Summers
53-1 Evelyn is a R.N. She md. Harry E. Pierotti and lived near Buffalo, N.Y. They have 3 sons and 2 daus.
59-4 Patricia Ann
54-2 Chester lives in Kentucky. He md. Zelda ------ (a widow). They had 1 dau.
61-1 Laura Lee
48-2 Willard lived in Mt. Kisco, New York. He md. Violet Porter, a nurse. They have 2 daus.
62-1 Nancy Anne
63-2 Charlotte Porter
62-1 Nancy is a graduate of Western Maryland. She md. Edward L. Falger, an Army captain. They live in El Paso, Texas. No issue.
63-2 Charlotte is a graduate of Western Maryland. She md. William Scheuren. They live in Pennsylvania. No issue.
49-3 Marjorie md. Loring Spraker and lives in Swampscott, Mass. They were divorced in 1950. They had 2 daus.
64-1 Marjorie Loring
65-2 Diane Archibald
64-1 Marjorie Loring md. Ernest Calvin Booth. They have 2 sons.
66-1 William Charles
67-2 Richard Calvin
65-2 Diane md. George O’Hara. They live in Mass. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
68-1 Theresa Ann
69-2 William Edward
70-3 Janet Marie
50-4 Agnes is a nurse. She md. Lewis Baxter Wiseman. They live in Melrose, Mass. They have 3 daus.
71-1 Donna Ruth
72-2 Beverley Bayliss
73-3 Jane Leslie
71-1 Donna was born in Newfoundland. She md. Roger Philip Roux and lives in North Carolina.
72-2 Beverley md. Stephen Vincent Guarrera. They have 1 dau.
73-3 Jane md. Roger Bryant. They live in Waltham, Mass. They have 3 sons.
75-1 Lawrence Dennison Jr.
76-2 David Emerson)
77-3 Peter Bayliss) twins
52-6 Ruth is a nurse. She md. Charles Myers Lippincott, graduate of Bentley College. Their address is 94 Park Avenue, Oswego, Illinois. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
78-1 Charles Myers Jr.
79-2 Janet Ruth
34-5 Richard (4th son of James & Mary Archibald MacDonald) md. Maude -----. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
80-1 Thelma, Oak Harvor,[sic] Washington.
83-4 Stella was a missionary nurse if Africa.
35-6 Elizabeth (2nd dau. of James & Mary Archibald MacDonald) md. Frank Wakefield and lived in Dedham, Mass. They had 1 son.
85-1 Oswald Stanley - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
36-7 Thomas (5th son of James & Mary Archibald MacDonald) md. Cornelia ------. They lived in Oregon. No issue.
37-8 Edward (6th son of James & Mary Archibald Macdonald) md. Elna ------. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
86-1 Valdimar Archibald
17-7 Margaret (4th dau. of John & Eliza Higgins MacDonald) md. Mr. Murphy of Owl’s Head Halifax Co. They had,
90-1 Mona (Mrs. Starr)
91-2 Nina (Mrs. Ross)
92-3 Mary (Mrs. Burk)
93-4 James William
94-5 Frank) unmarried
95-6 John) unmarried
96-7 Pat) unmarried
18-8 Elizabeth (5th dau. of John & Eliza Higgins MacDonald) md. Charles Bonnell, she was his first wife. No issue.
22-12 Edward (5th son of John & Eliza Higgins MacDonald) md. Anne Crowdis of Cape Breton.
They had 1 dau. Anne. She died Dec. 29, 1925 in East Braintree, Mass., age 73 years.
97-1 Donald Edward b June 23, 1876-Mar. 13, 1959
98-2 Lila b Apr. 1, 1878-Apr. 17, 1938
97-1 Donald md. Edith E. MacFarlane. They had 2 sons.
99-1 Roy C.
100-2 Floyd P.
99-1 Roy is connected with MacDonald & Malthy, Inc., Mass.
100-2 Floyd of , Latham, N.Y.
98-2 Lila - graduate nurse of Nurse's School, Waltham, Mass. She md. William Waddle Richardson, M.D. They had 3 sons, and 3 daus.
102-2 Alice died at birth
103-3 Alonzo Blair
104-4 Julia Harris
105-5 William Waddle
106-6 Robert King
101-1 Martha was born in Morristown, Penn. She is a graduate of Wellesley College. She md. Edward Parsons Moore, 1 son and 1 dau.
107-1 Edward Parsons
108-2 Lorna Tucker
103-3 Alonzo was born at Morristown, Penn. He attended Amherst college in Mass. He md. Lucille Schreckengost of Erie, Penn. They have 1 dau.
109-1 Wendy Lucille
104-4 Julia was born at Morristown, Penn. She md. Hugh Baird Corbin , Warren, Ohio. They had 1 dau. and 3 sons.
110-1 Lila MacDonald
111-2 William Richardson
112-3 David Hugh
113-4 Robert Blair
110-1 Lila is a graduate of Hood College, Frederick, Maryland (1960): and now resides in New York City.
105-5 William was born in Mercer, Penn. He is a graduate of Amherst College and University of Penn. Medical School, a Psychiatrist he was head of his father's private sanitorium. He md. Dorothy. . . . They had 1 son.
114-1 William Waddle Richardson, Jr. William md. 2d Lois Boling. They have 1
115-2 Thomas Boling .
106-6 Robert is a graduate of Harvard Law School. They reside in Old Greenwich, Conn. He md. Anne Gaylord. They had 3 daus. and 2 sons.
116-1 Lila MacDonald
117-2 William Gaylord (died at birth)
118-3 Sara Gaylord
119-4 Robert Edward
120-5 Martha Anne
Alexander MacDougall was discharged from the Second Battalion of the Royal Highland Regiment, commanded by Colonel Small. Alexander along with other members of this battalion who were settled in Halifax and Hants Counties, received two Grants; one at Meagher's Grant and one at Little River, now Elderbank. On the latter, he made a home for his parents whom he brought out from Scotland. Two brothers came as well but went on to Upper Canada. A sister Catherine, married John Dunbrack of Meagher's Grant. Alexander married Catherine MacDonald of Kennetcook.
4 sons and 5 daus. Alexander b 1792 - d Mar. 22, 1847 age 53. Catherine b 1792 -
1. John md. Nancy McInnes, family:
Alexander died at sea
Christie md. ------Archibald
Catherine md. ------Boland
2. Alexander (1808-1848)1st Hannah Dickie (dau. of David Dickie)
dau. Ruth me. Samuel Cameron, 1840
2d wife Elizabeth Parker, they had a dau. Catherine , died in infancy.
3rd wife Pheobe Hamilton, 1 dau. , 1 son,
Eliza 1845-1900 md. William Gladwin
Alexander died young
3. Dougall (1805-1843) md. Mary Parker. Dougall died Mar. 26, 1843-age 38 yrs. Mary died June 4, 1909. Family:
William d Dec. 25, 1896, age 65 years
Mary md. ----Grant
Elizabeth md. Edward Howe, son of Joseph Howe, 2d she md. Mr. O'Brien.
4. William 4th son of Alexander, died a young man in Mabou at the home of the Hon. William MacKeen.
5. Nancy md. David Fisher. Family;
Margaret md. Charles MacKeen
Catherine md. David MacKeen
6. Elizabeth md. Hon. William MacKeen of Mabou, C.B. Family;
Margaret md. ------MacLeod
James md. -----Whidden
Catherine md. Francis MacKenzie
Clough md. ----Lawrence
Janet died in childhood
Rachael died in childhood
7. Catherine MacDougall md. David Dickie Family:
Alexander - unmarried
William md. Margaret Kaulback
Dau. md. ------Kaulback
Patty md. Wm. Bruce
Hannah died young
Catherine md. Thomas MacKeen
8. Janet md. Benjamin Smith Family:
9. Grace md. James Bruce. No issue. Md. 2nd M. Pitcher. No issue.
John McFetridge md. Mary Marshall. They came from Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland in 1818. On their way to New York, the vessel was wrecked about three hundred miles from Halifax and the passengers were picked up by another vessel and landed in Halifax October 4. 1818. John settled in Glenmore, so called from a place
of the same name in Scotland. The site of the cabin is on top of a high hill just west of the Hogan Brook. this farm was later owned by Joseph Lawson, still later by Earle Dillman and in 1980 by Carl Archibald.
1. John and Mary McFetridge had 4 sons and 1 dau. Several of the children were born in Ireland.
3-2 James d 1890 - age 80 years
4-3 John b 1810 - died Apr.10, 1880
5-4 Samuel b 1813 - Jan. 22, 1885
Data supplied by: Miss Jean McFetridge, Brooklyn, New York.
7-1 John McFetridge, perhaps son of Archibald, 2-1 md Katherine -------, 3 daus. and 2 sons.
8-1 Martha md. Henry Holstein, was widowed as a young woman and died around 1930. No issue.
9-2 Katherine md. John Lawton. She died 1920. She had 1 son and 2 dau.
13-1 Edith died 1944
14-2 John died young, unmarried.
10-3 Elizabeth md. William Young. they had 6 children, 4 died in infancy.
15-1 William had 2 daus. by his first wife and 2 daus. by his second wife - no further record.
16-2 Mathilda was always a semi-invalid and lived with a cousin on her father's side. The mother died when Mathilda was born.
11-4 John (1st son of Jon and Katherine McFetridge) md. Frances Cuddy of Brooklyn. He went to New Orleans in 1897. 3 daus.
17-1 Elizabeth is engaged as Associate Editor for the surgical series of volumes of the history of the medical Department United States Army of World War II. She was awarded the Civilian Service Medal. New Orleans , Louisiana.
18-2 Katherine is a Latin teacher at a private school in New Orleans.
19-3 Helena md. Dr. Federick Fitzberherl Boya who is a surgeon in New Orleans. Helena died a few years after marriage.
12-5 Matthew (2d son of John and Katherine McFetridge) md. Daisy Troester. They have 2 daus.
20-1 Dorothy is a secretary in New York.
21-2 Jean cared for her parents. Matthew died Dec. 1960 at 88 years.
3-2 James (2d son of John and Mary McFetridge) was born in Ireland. He md. Mary White of Ireland. She was born 1844 in Ireland and died Nov. 3, 1863. Both are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery in Middle Musquodoboit but their graves are unmarked.
Mary was a daughter of James White of Reid Settlement (Brookvale) 2 sons and 4 daus.
22-1 Archibald b 1839-Aug.4,1902
23-2 John b 1831-July 29, 1905
24-3 Martha b 1846-1930
26-5 Jennie b
22-1 Archibald md. Alice McFetridge (dau. of John McFetridge and Eleanor Murphy). They were md. at Middle Musquodoboit on July 26, 1865, by Rev. Robert Sedgewick, D.D. They moved from Musquodoboit to Truro in 1876 and remained there until the land was cleared and their home was being built in Greenfield, Col. Co. They had 5 sons and 1 dau.
28-1 James M. b. June 3, 1866-May 1942
29-2 Henry b Apr. 8, 1868-April 19-1868
30-3 Sidney b July 29, 1869-May 21, 1947
31-4 Matthew b July 12, 1871-Dec. 11, 1872
32-5 Edward b May 10, 1873-May 11, 1873
33-6 Mary Alice b July 31, 1876 at Greenfield.
Matthew, Henry and Edward are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery in Middle Musquodoboit. Archibald and Alice are buried in Greenfield, Col. Co., N.S.
28-1 James (1st son of Archibald and Alice McFetridge) md. Mary Alice Pearson (June 25, 1868-Feb. 4, 1933). they were md. at Brookvale on Sept. 25, 1901 by Rev. E. Smith. She was a sister of David Pearson. they had 1 son and 3 daus.
34-1 David, Halifax, b Aug. 22, 1902 - unmd.
35-2 Elsie May, in the U.S. b Nov. 12, 1903
36-3 Martha Bates md. James Leck b Nov. 14,1905-Aug.15,1929
37-4 Mary Alice died in infancy b Nov. 6, 1911-Nov. 9, 1911
35-2 Elsie md. Peter Peterson (son of Pehr August and Ida Louise Peterson of Sweden). They were md. at Walpole, Mass. they have 3 sons.
38-1 Harlan Walter b Walpole, Mass.
39-2 Warren Victor b Medway, Mass.
40-3 Ronald Alllen b Medway, Mass.
36-3 Martha md. James MacIntosh Leck at Greenfield, Col. Co. They had 1 son and 1 dau. Martha died Aug 15, 1929 and is buried in Hillside Cemetery. James is also buried in Hillside Cemetery died in 1960. He md. second Lillian McLellan of Amherst and had 3 chidren.
41-1 Mary Olla
42-2 Ross McFetridge
41-1 Mary md. Lorne Malcolm Little (son of David Thomson and Tena Little of Grainger, Alta.) They had 1 son and 5 daus.
43-1 James David
44-2 Carol Linda
45-3 Elaine Christina
46-4 Colleen Martha
47-5 Deborah Norine
48-6 Nora Jean
42-2 Ross md. Pearl Margaret Heckman (dau. of Capt. Fred and Margaret Heckman of Lunenburg). They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
49-1 Brian Michael
50-2 Susan Margaret
51-3 Kevin Blair
30-3 Sidney (2 son of Archibald and Alice McFetridge) md. Lizzie Bell Thomson. They had 7 sons and 2 daus.
53-2 Willena Agnes
54-3 James died in infancy
60-9 Alvin Merle died when 4 weeks old.
52-1 Lyman md. Leona McGowan of Kentville. They have 4 sons
53-2 Willena md. Roy Brown of Middle Musquodoboit. Her genealogy is given in the Brown history.
55-4 Arthur md. Veda Wren. they had 2 sons and 2 daus.
65-1 Arthur, Jr.
67-3 Marion twin
68-4 Marjorie twin
56-5 Ivan md. Ann Dalton of Newfoundland. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
72-4 Margaret Ann
57-6 Ellen md. Nora Noon of Ireland. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
58-7 Anna md. Walter Alger of Medford, Mass. they had 3 sons and 1 dau.
76-1 Robert twin
77-2 Richard twin
59-8 Wallace md. Cecilia Costello. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
33-6 Alice (only dau. of Archibald and Alice McFetridge) md. Thomas Killen (son of John Killen). they had 4 sons and 4 daus.
83-1 Ira Archibald
84-2 Lila Alma
85-3 Minnie Alice
86-4 Murray Ainslie
87-5 Delbert Allan
88-6 Elmer Arthur
89-7 Edith Alberta
83-1 Ira md. Eileen Jewers of Mitchell's Bay, near Ecum Secum, Halifax Co. For his genealogy see the Behrendt Family No. 26-4.
84-2 Lila md. Harry Scott of Shubenacadie. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
91-1 Kenneth Harrry
92-2 Shirley Eileen
-3 Evelyn Rose
85-3 Minnie was a nurse.
86-4 Murray md. Ada Gertrude Rhind of Elderbank. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
93-1 Alden Murray
95-3 Ethel Marion
96-4 Gary Allen
97-5 Patricia Mary
98-6 Charles Robert
87-05 Delbert md. Nora Cooke (dau. of Charles Cooke and Ada Mosher) md. at St. Paul's Church, Halifax. they have 1 son and 1 dau.
99-1 Daniel Alan
100-2 Jennifer Alice Ann
88-6 Elmer md. Grace Mildred Tully of Carroll's Corner at Stewiacke.
1. Allan Arthur
2. Shirley Mae
89-7 Edith md. Gordon Harvie Rector (son of Thomas Rector and Margaret Manuge of Parrsboro) in Dartmouth. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
1. Marilyn Donna
2. Thomas Gordon
3. Karen Alice
4. Michael Wade
Gordon died accidentally May 29, 1962
90-8 Evelyn md. George Edward Shand.
1. Bruce Alan
2. Brian Edmund
3. Herman Wayne
4. Lyle Ellis
5. Owen Lee
6. Blair David
23-2 John (2nd son of James and Mary McFetridge) md. Susan Ann Taylor, born 1834 - June 9, 1872. They settled in Chaswood, the Pettipas home, 1980 and acquired tracts of timber land. Susan was the dau. of William Taylor and Susan Blades Taylor. They had 3 sons and 3 daus. John's 2d wife was Mary Taylor. No issue. (1830-1916).
1. Mary Ann b Aug. 27, 1854
2. Elizabeth b June 19, 1856
3. Susan b Sept. 26, 1858-May 28, 1939
*4. James b Nov. 12, 1860-1946
*5. William b May 12, 1865-1940
*6. George b May 4, 1869-1941
1. Mary Ann md. Charles Briggs, No issue.
2. Elizabeth md. Mr. Fergusson. A daughter Mae lived in Enfield, Halifax Co.
3. Susan md. Ira Hebb of Bridgewater.
1. Cecil of Bridgewater
4. James md. Mary Gladwin (dau. of Frank Gladwin and Elizabeth Muir). they lived on the John Kaulback farm, owned by Bobby McCurdy, 1980 about a mile from Middle Musquodoboit for 64 years. No issue. They are both buried in Hillside Cemetery.
Mary L. 1863-1948
5. William md. Lexie Pulsifer (dau. of John Pulsifer and Mary Taylor). They settled on the Ephraim McNutt farm about a mile from Middle Musquodoboit, owned by Winnifred McFetridge, 1980. This farm was once owned by Thomas Kaulback. They had 1 son and 4 daus. They are both buried Hillside Cemetery along with their daughter Iona.
William 1865-1940, his wife
Lexie Pulsifer 1864-1944
Another dau. Vera G. is buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
Vera G. 1892-Dec. 24, 1906 age 14 yrs.
Mildred md. -------Ettinger of Shubenacadie - She died in 1961.
6. George md. Linda Lillian Craig (1875-May 1,1941) of Lockeport in Boston, Mass. on Nov. 10, 1893. George, his wife and son Weston are buried in Pioneer Cemetery. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
Wife, Linda L. 1875-1941
1. Rosanna May b Nov. 19, 1909
2. James Lloyd b May 24, 1909
3. John Ernest
4. Weston A. b July 16, 1917 - Apr. 30, 1918.
1. Rosanna md. Oscar Josiah Boutilier. They live in Wallaston, Mass.
1. Weston Archibald of Sacramento, Calif.
2. Linda Lucy md. ----- Henage of Anaheim, Calif.
3. Norman Oscar unmarried in June, 1962
4. Ernest killed in a car accident
2. James md. Nellie Lois Higgins and lived in Chaswood on his father's farm which he inherited. Later they sold the farm and moved to the Annapolis Valley. They have 4 sons and 1 dau.
1. Lloyd b Jan. 4, 1937, killed in a car accident in 1960
2. Ivan Craig
4. James Owen
3. John md. Marcia Amelia Graham. They live in Upper Tantallon and have 4 sons and 5 daus.
1. George Richard
3. John Ernest
4. Graham Ellis
5. Patricia Joyce
9. Infant died
23-2 Martha (1st dau. of James and Mary McFetridge) md. Edward Bates. No issue. She is buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
25-4 Agnes md. John I. Gorrie Truro Nov. 19, 1869. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
3. Lottie (Charlotte) May b 1878
Chandler C. b Sept. 30, 1879-June 1961.
Agnes d Apr. 25, 1910 - age 61 yrs.
John d May 16, 1910 - age 64 yrs.
1. Laura went to U.S. when very young and married.
2. Edmund md. ------ -------. they had 1 son and 2 daus.
1. Charlotte - unmarried
Edmund lived in Dorchester, N.B.
2. Edward md. ------
3. Arthur md. --------- 2 children
3. Lottie was md. to Freeman Burdett Tully on June 2, 1897 at Truro by Rev. A. Logan Geggie. They moved to the U.S. in 1916 where they lived until 1948. Then Lottie went to live with her daughter( ). She died in Milford on Jan. 27, 1958 - age 80 yrs., buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Eliot, Maine. Mr. Tully died on Jan. 6, 1961 and is buried in the same lot. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
1. Thomas Roy
2. Freda Maie
3. Karlton Edward
1. Thomas md. Marion G. Beckwith on Dec. 18, 1944. He lived in Portsmouth, N.H. until his death on Jan. 28, 1954. He is buried in the same lot as his father and mother. No issue.
2. Freda md. Charles Edward Arkell on Oct. 31, 1925 at Portsmouth, N.H. They lived in Milford, Conn. They have 2 sons, both born in Portsmouth, N.H.
1. Alfred Edwin
2. Thomas Roy
1.Alfred me. Norma F. Miller on Jan. 23, 1951 in Bridgeport, Conn. They live in Bridgeport.
They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
1. Kenneth Charles
2. James Alfred
3. Judith Ann
2. Thomas md. Marion Diemand in New Briton, Conn. They have 2 sons.
1. David Thomas b Norwall, Conn.
2. Jeffrey Michael b Monroe, Conn.
3. Karlton md. Thelma Chainey in South Berwick, Maine. They have 2 sons.
1. Edward Chainey b in Portsmouth, NH
2. Richard Earle
4. Chandler md. Minnie Warren Fielding (Oct. 11, 1880-Apr. 1962) They had 6 sons and 5 daus.
1. Burton Conrad b Sept. 3, 1901
2. Gertrude Mabelle b Mar. 4, 1903 - Mar. 16, 1927.
3. Doris Maude b Jan. 1, 1906-Jan. 30, 1926
4. Ira Lloyd
5. Arnold Edwin
6. Greta Anita
7. Luella Grace
8. Gordon Elsworth
9. Wenola Vey
10. Shirley G. d Nov. 27, 1922
11. Donald Allison
1. Burton md. Ida Vey. They lived in Truro. They have 2 sons and 3 daus.
1. Carl md. and has 5 children.
2. Doreen (Mrs. Elbert Smith) 2 children
3. Jean (Mrs. Graham Geddes, Port Wallis) 4 children
4. Bette (Mrs. Elven George, Port Wallis)3 children.
2. Gertrude md. Bertram Baird in 1926, died Mar. 16, 1927. No issue.
4. Ira md. Geraldine O'Connors of Regina. They have 3 sons.
5. Arnold md. Alva Dartt of Truro. They have 2 daus.
1. Maxine has 1 son, (Mrs. Robert McaDonald, New Glasgow).
2. Gwenyth md. Donald Brown. They live in London, Ontario. No issue.
6. Greta md. Spencely Fraser of Belmont. They have 1 son.
1. LeRoy Harry md. Mary Lou Ponton and lives in London, Ontario. No issue.
7. Luella md. Lawson Compton. They have 1 son.
8. Gordon md. Marion Buchanan and lives in London, Ontario. They have 4 sons and 2 daus.
9. Wenola md. Frank Nesdale and lives in Lorne Park, Ontario. Thay have 1 dau.
11. Donald md. Doris Frances Rudd of Alma, Ontario. They have 1 son and 1 dau. - live in Sarnia, Ontario.
26-5 Jennie or Janet md. George Holman, lived in Cape Breton. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
1. James Archibald b Dec. 30-1865-1929
2. Charles Ervin b Apr. 17, 1867-Jan. 16, 1921
3. Mary d Mar. 7, 1889-age 28 years
4. Elizabeth died in early teens.
1. James md. Annie Taylor (Sept. 6, 1868-Aug. 8, 1931). they had 4 sons and 4 daughters.
1. Richard Alexander b Dec. 27, 1891-1954
2. Charles Archibald b Aug. 27, 1893--1950
3. George b Apr. 9, 1895-1897
4. John Taylor b Oct. 26, 1896
5. Rachael Irene b Dec. 15, 1898
6. Rhoda Mae b Apr. 12, 1900
7. Bernice Grace b July 13, 1903-1941
8. Marilla Antonetta b Aug. 27, 1907-1924
4. John was a Seventh Day Adventist pastor in Maine.
5. Rachael unmarried, lived in Somerville, Mass.
6. Rhoda md. John M. Scott and lived in Cambridge, Mass.
Charles Holman md. Jessie Reid (Oct. 17, 1865-Feb. 27, 1930). She was a dau. of George Reid and Janet Hamilton of Upper Musquodoboit. They kept the post office at Caribou Gold Mines. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
1. Frederick Simpson b Nov. 10,1889-Sept. 23, 1944
2. Burton b June 4, 1891
3. Blanche d Mar. 12, 1895
4. Stanley d June 10, 1896
5. Harold d May 25, 1900
6. Bertha Tays b Jan. 14, 1897
7. Florence May b Apr. 30, 1898
Blanche, Stanley and Harold are buried in the Reid lot in Upper Musquodoboit.
27-6 Elizabeth md. Henry Irving of Irvings Lake. Some spelled it Irwin or Ervin. They had 1 son - Samuel.
Samuel Irving md. Margaret Taylor. They had John, Henry, James, Sidney and Elizabeth.
John md. Margaret Waller. Family:
Elizabeth (Mrs. Wm. Steele)
Jessie - unmarried
Henry md. 1st Elizabeth Logan, they had
Henry md. 2d Charlotte Irwin, they had
James and Sidney were unmarried.
Elizabeth - no record.
4-3 John (3rd son of John and Mary Marshall McFetridge) md. Eleanor Murphy (dau. of James Murphy of Glenmore. He settled in Brookvale. After the death of Eleanor, he md. Eliza Margaret Higgins. John and both wives are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
John d. Apr. 20, 1880 age 70 years.
first wife Eleanor d July 29, 1863-age 48 years
second wife Eliza Margaret d July 10, 1871
Children of 1st wife, 5 daus., 4 sons.
1. Letitia died young
2. Alice b 1841-Mar. 8, 1901
3. Mary b July 17, 1841-Sept. 17, 1924
4. James b Feb. 17, 1843
5. Robert b Jan. 9, 1847-May 7, 1927
6. John A. Feb. 28, 1849-Sept. 5, 1913
7. Ellen b Aug. 25, 1850-Oct. 28, 1918
8. Samuel b Mar. 9, 1852-Nov. 17, 1894
9. Annie b July 20, 1858-Nov. 24, 1917
Children of 2d wife, 1 dau. 1 son.
10. Esther b Oct. 24, 1868-Aug. 14, 1951
11. William b Apr. 14, 1872-Feb. 22, 1951
2. Alice md. Archibald McFetridge, for her genealogy, see 22-1 to 90-8.
3. Mary md. William Archibald of Middle Musquodoboit. They lived on the Murchyville Road. They had one son - John who died when a young man, they are all buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
William Archibald 1838-1907
Wife Mary 1841-Sept. 17, 1929
son John L. d July 16, 1893-age 26 yrs.
4. James (1st son of John and Eleanor Murphy McFetridge) md. Nancy McCabe of Greenfield, Col. Co.
1. Henry (1st son of James & Nancy McCabe McFetridge).
Henry md. 1st Helen Ishpach. They had 1 dau. Maude.
1. Maude md. Henry Peabody Farnham of Salem, Mass. No issue.
Henry md. 2nd Grace Hill (dau. of Robert Hill of Great Village). They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
2. Robert md. Frances Van Storck Vandling of Scranton, Pa. They had Robert, Sarah and Peter.
3. Dorothy md. Lloyd Porter of Newton, Ma. They had 1 son, Craig.
4. Arthur md. Ruth B. Wooley, Boston Mass. No issue.
2. Robert (2d son of James & Nancy McCabe McFetridge) md.------- No issue.
3. Dora (only dau. of James and Nancy McCabe McFetridge) md. Alfred Dodd, they had
Evelyn md. Gordon Nursick
Ref: Arthur Fetridge, Boston, MA (Dropped the "Mc" about 1900, now called "Fetridge".)
5. Robert (2d son of John & Eleanor Murphy McFetridge) md. Mary Archibald (dau. of Matthew J. Archibald). they had 2 sons and 3 daus. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery. Inscription:
R.M. McFetridge 1847-1927
Wife Mary L. 1847-1922
*1. Harry Hamilton b Sept. 4, 1874
*2. Minnie Cameron b Apr. 18, 1876-July 4, 1954.*3. Janet Braden b Mar. 28, 1879
*4. Charles David b Feb. 3, 1881
*5. Emma Jane b July 26, 1885-Nov. 1, 1958
1. Harry md. Elizabeth Henry, Upper Musquodoboit. They lived on the farm in Brookvale owned by C. Verboom 1980. They had 2 sons and 6 daus. After the death of his wife, Harry md. 2d Mrs. George McFetridge. She died in 1959. No issue.)
1. Helen md. Harry Hall and lived in Truro. They have 4 daus.
2. Mary md. Lewis Putnam and lives in Truro. They have 3 sons.
3. Jessie md. Clarence Beacon now in Truro. They have twin daus.
4. Robert md. Netta Fallas and lives in Halifax - 2 sons and 1 dau.
5. Douglas md. Edith Johnson of Manitoba. They live in Lacombe, Alberta. He is a doctor. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
6. Greta md. Clair Jones and lives in Edmonton - 1 son and 1 dau.
7. Laura md. Franklin Ritcey, lives in Halifax - 1 son and 2 daus.
8. Ella md. Ralph Snaire and lives in Halifax - 1 son and 2 daus.
Harry's first wife is buried in Hillside Cemetery.
(Elizabeth Gammell McFetridge 1873-1945).
Minnie md. Alexander Kellough. They lived in Lake Egmont on a farm, retired and lived in Middle Musquodoboit in house owned by Cecil Conrad, 1980. 1 son Marsden, 1 dau. Etta.
3. Janet md. William Milne. They had a son Vernon who died young; also a dau. died in infancy.
William and Vernon are buried in Hillside Cemetery.
William G. Milne 1871-1945
Son Vernon G. 1906-1923
4. Charles md. Nettie Geddes,. She died Jan. 18, 1962. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
1. Eileen (Mrs. Robert Jones of Van.)
2. Eva (Mrs. Ralph Blakeley of Bible Hill).
3. Ernest of Bible Hill
4. Carl of Bible Hill
5. Emma md. John H. Taylor of Chaswood. No issue. He died in 1914; later Mrs. Taylor kept a store where Ettinger's Funeral Home stands 1980. In 1940 she md. 2d Matthew J. White of Middle Musquodoboit. She died in 1959 and is buried in Hillside Cemetery.
6. John (3rd son of John and Eleanor Murphy McFetridge) md. Ellen Leck, dau. of William Leck and Elizabeth Taylor. They are both buried in Pioneer Cemetery. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
1. George b 1874-1943
2. Maud Rebecca b July 31, 1876-May 14, 1942
3. Laura Blanche b Mar. 18, 1878-Dec. 12, 1936
4. Elizabeth Jane b Dec. 25, 1884
5. Ainsley b Sept. 12, 1886
1. George md. Bertha Reid. Their genealogy is given in the Reid history.
2. Maud md. Fred Cheney. They lived in Mass. No issue.
3. Laura md. Percy Collingwood of Attleboro, Mass.
4. Arnold killed in a car accident at 14 years.
4. Elizabeth md. Percy MacIntosh of Mass.
1 son, died young
5. Ainslie md. in Mass. No issue.
7. Ellen (3rd dau. of John and Eleanor Murphy McFetridge) md. Thomas Bradley. They had 1 son.
1. Isaiah md. Georgie Miller
8. Samuel (4th son of John and Eleanor Murphy McFetridge) md. Janie Cox of Upper Stewiacke. No issue. He is buried in Pioneer Cemetery.
9. Annie 4th dau. of John and Eleanor Murphy McFetridge) md. Lewellyn Tenny from the U.S. They had 1 son and twin girls.
1. Ainslie, son
10. Esther (5th dau. of John by Eliza Higgins McFetridge) md. Neil Matherson of Pictou. No issue.
11. William (5th son of John and 1st son of Eliza Higgins McFetridge) was unmarried. He died on Feb. 22, 1951.
5-4 Samuel (4th son of John and Mary Marshall McFetridge) was born in Ireland. He settled on his father's farm in Glenmore. They had 5 sons and 4 daus. He md. Ann Wyse of Meagher's Grant. They are both buried in Pioneer Cemetery, also a son, Thomas. Inscription:
Samuel d June 22, 1885, age 72
Wife Ann d Aug. 29, 1885, age 63
Son Thomas d Nov. 24, 1873 age 12
*4. John b 1849-1936
*8. Martha - unmarried, d in Boston
*9. Thomas b 1861-1873
1. Archibald (1st son of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) md. Arabella Johnson. They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
1. Thomas b Oct. 26, 1880-1950 was unmd.
2. Edna b Jan. 3, 1883-
3. Gertrude Frances b Apr. 4, 1886-
4. Ellen Dickie b Oct. 19, 1888
5. Lily Leland b 1891
7. Aubrey - unmarried, born at Lacombe, Alta.
2. Edna md. Frank Gladwin of Lacombe, Alta. they have 1 dau.
3. Gertrude md. Dereck Craig of Leamington, Ont.
4. Ellen md. William Manning of Van., B.C. No issue.
5. Lily md. William Stewart of Lacombe, Alta. 2 sons and 2 daus.
3. Isabella (deceased)
6. Frank md. Alma Kerber at Panika, Alta., later moved to California where one dau. was born.
2. James (2d son of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) md,. Melinda Fisher in Upper Musquodoboit, 1877. They had 3 sons and 1 dau. James is buried in Pioneer Cemetery (1851-1917) Inscription
*4. Margaret Ann
1. Frederick md. 1st Alice Gould, she died 6 months after marriage, then Frederick md. Annie McFetridge (dau. of John McFetridge). They had one dau.
1. Blanche b Dec. 1907, No issue.
2. George md. Marion Gardiner in Lacombe, Alta. Later they moved to Consort, Alta. They have 2 sons and 3 daus.
1. Duncan md. Hilda Adcock. They live in Consort. Alta. 2 sons and 1 dau. Joan.
2. Jean md. Charles Campbell. They live in Red Deer.
3. Son or dau.
3. Bette md. Charles Barton
4. Jack md. Madge Wilson
5. Elaine md. Robert Halliday
3. Archibald md. Bessie Winifred Avery in Lacombe, Alta. They have 3 sons and 2 daus.
The family moved to Newport, Oregon where Raymond and Helen were born.
4. Margaret md. Stanley Watson in Lacombe, Alta., later moved to Costor, Alta. where their family was born. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
3. Samuel (3rd son of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) died in Rossland, B.C. - unmarried.
4. John (4th son of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) md. Ellen Dickie (dau. of Adam and Jane Benvie Dickie) on Apr. 48 1883. They lived in Elmsvale on the farm owned by Fred Redden, 1980. They had 2 sons and 2 daus. She died 1889; in 1892 he md. 2d Mrs. Adams J. Archibald (nee Burris) of South Branch. No issue. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
Inscription Family of John and Ellen Dickie McFetridge:
John McFetridge 1849-1936
1st wife Ellen Dickie d Jan. 2, 1889-age 39 years
2d wife Janie Burris 1857-1923
1. Edward b Dec. 30, 1883
2. Annie C. , b July 28, 1885-
3. Della Jane b Mar. 16, 1888-
4. Ira Jay b Dec. 25. 1888-
1.Edward md. Edna Archibald - one dau. died in infancy. They are buried in Hillside Cemetery.
Edward N. 1882-1925
Infant Mary J.1913
2. Annie md. Fred McFetridge. For her genealogy see family of James and Melinda McFetridge
3. Della md. Henry Hollingsworth of Truro. No issue.
4. Ira md. Grace Hanna. He was a merchant in Middle Musquodoboit. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
1. Victor, unmarried.
2. Donald md. Florence Mitchell. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
3. John md. Rolla Pritchett of Newfoundland. They had 1 dau.
John's wife died and is buried in Hillside Cemetery.
John md. 2d Maureen (Hallett) Elliott
4. Mary md. George MacQuarrie. They have 3 daus. and 2 sons.
5. Minnie (1st dau. of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) md. Frank Squires of Back Bay, Boston.
6. Annie (2d dau. of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) md. Charles Cameron of Colorado. They have 1 son.
7.Elizabeth (3rd dau. of Samuel and Ann McFetridge) md. Frank Wright of Denver, Colorado. They have 1 dau.
6-5 Martha (only dau. of John and Mary Marshall McFetridge) md. Moses Redmond. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
2. Samuel, died young
4. Mary died in infancy
5. William died in infancy.
12. John (1st son of Moses and Martha Redmond) md. Mary Henry of Musquodoboit. They had 8 sons and 3 daus.
1. William b 1872-1952-age 80 years
3. George Prescott b Oct. 13, 1875-Apr. 27, 1948-age 73 yrs.
4. Emma b Oct. 19, 1876-Jan. 29, 1962, age 73 yrs.
5. Martha Jane b Feb. 1877-1950, age 73 yrs.
6. Henry Clyde b Dec. 19, 1878
7. John b Jan. 9, 1881-Jan. 1, 1900, age 19 yrs.
8. Clarence b Mar. 31, 1883
9. Charles Herbert b Jan. 15, 1888
10. Edna b Feb. 27, 1890
11. Fred b July 5, 1892
1. William went to California in 1889. He md. Jean Fortheringham. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
2. Ellen md. and living in California
3. Lila Jean - unmarried, living in California
4. Ralph died many years ago
2. Samuel went to California in 1890. He md. Pearl Meddleton. They had 1 dau.
1. Emma living in California
3. George was unmarried, spent his entire life in Musquodoboit.
4. Emma went to Boston and md. Frank Magee. No issue.
5. Martha md. Howard Pye and lived in Dartmouth until her death in 1950. They had 1 son.
1. Charles md. and living in Dartmouth.
6. Henry md. Sarah Archibald and moved to Vancouver. They have 4 sons and 2 daus.
1. John, unmarried - living in Vancouver.
2. Harold Gordon - married and living in Vancouver.
3. Howard Clifford - married and living in Vancouver.
4. Frederick Warren - unmarried - living in Vancouver.
5. Marjorie - married and living in Edmonton, Alta.
6. Anita - married and living in Nelson, V.C.
7. John - unmarried - was killed by a falling tree on Jan. 1, 1900 - age 19 years.
8. Clarence went to Vancouver. He md. Mae Bird. They have 2 sons.
1. Edward - md. and living in Nanimo, B.C.
2. Donald - md. and living in Van., B.C.
9. Charles Herbert Redmond md. Augusta Lizzie Stewart. Their family:
1. Emma md. Edwin Bowes, Halifax, N.S.
1 dau. - Toronto
2. Sidney md. Melissa Fraser. Their family:
1. Phyllis md. Robert Wise, Penticton, B.C. Children:
1. Bradley, 2.Shelley, 3. David
4. Dwight twin born and d 1950
5. Dwayne twin born and d 1950
Charles Herbert Redmond md. 2nd Edith Sidney Stewart. Their family:
1. Hazel md. Douglas Redmond. Children:
1. Sharon md. John Noonan, Ottawa.
2. Roderick md. Marilyn Sawers, Ottawa.
3. Peter d 1958
2. Ruby md. Victor Perrin, Halifax, NS
3. Herbert b 1932 d 1943
4. Ralph md. Carol Brooks, Moose Jaw, Sask.
Above data on Charles Herbert (Herb) Redmond family supplied by Mrs. D.R. Redmond, Ottawa, Ont. (1980)
10. Edna md. Fred Woodworth, lived in Shubenacadie a number of years then moved to Boston. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
1. Clyde, unmarried - a Doctor in Beverley, Mass.
2. Emma - married and living in Boston.
11. Fred md. Maude Sinclair. He was a farmer at Newcombe's Corner. They had
2 daus. and 2 sons.
1. Louise (Logan) md. and living in Upper Musquodoboit. 3 children.
2. Irene, Mrs. Scott, one son, Garry.
3. Victor md. - in Halifax
4. Burris md. and living in Halifax
3. James (3rd son of Moses and Martha Redmond) md. Elizabeth Henry. Elizabeth and Mary Henry (wife of John Redmond) were sisters. They had 5 sons and 4 daus.
1. James b Oct 1882 -
3. Harvey b Apr. 1889 - June 11, 1944
4. Frank b 1897 - Oct 19, 1952
5. John b June 13, 1899 -
1. James, unmarried, living in Halifax
2. Sidney, unmarried, was drowned in Vancouver, many years ago.
3. Harvey md. Bessie Mont of halifax and lived in Musquodoboit until his death. They
had 3 sons and 2 daus.
1. John, married, farmer, 1980
2. James md. and living in Sarnia, Ontario.
3. Charles, killed by a load of gravel on July 16, 1943, age 6 1/2 years.
4. Mary, married and living in Truro.
5. Elizabeth - married, in Ontario.
4. Frank md. Pearl Dean of Upper Musquodoboit. He was a farmer. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
1. Douglas, md. and lives at home.
2. Donald md. and lives in Kitchener, Ont.
3. David at home
4. Gordon - md.
5. Ruth, md. and lives in Victoria, B.C.
6. Catherine md. Robert Ruggles
5. John md. Tina Mont of Halifax. He was a farmer in Middle Musquodoboit. They had 1
1. Ellen, md., 1 dau. Kerry, B.C.
6. Mary, unmarried, lived in Halifax until her death.
7. Maud, unmarried,
8. Ethel, R.N. unmarried - living in Halifax,
9. Irene, R.N. unmarried 1980.
1. The name of George McLeod appears on the Fisher grant of Upper Musquodoboit, dated Oct. 27, 1786, where he received 250 acres. He married Jessie, the widow of William Guild. They had 1 son. George McLeod also received a grant of 400 acres, Feb. 4, 1812 at Newcomb's Corner, or Higginsville, where he finally settled.
While Mrs. McLeod lived, they remained on the William Guild property in Middle
Musquodoboit. After her death, George moved to Higginsville, and md. 2nd, Ann
Dunbrack from Meagher's Grant. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
*3-2 Richard unmd.
2-1 Angus (only child of George and Mrs. William Guild McLeod) md. Eliza (dau. of
Adams & Hannah Archibald) on Feb. 14, 1822. They had 1 dau. and 3 sons.
9-1 Angus - no record
10-2 Adam - no record
11-3 Eliza - no record
12-3 George b Mar. 26, 1826
Angus' wife Eliza Archibald died quite young, (July 24, 1827) and he md. 2nd Lydia Tupper. They had 10 sons and 4 daus.
13-5 Eliza Archibald No record
14-6 Samuel No record
15-7 William No record
16-8 John T. No record
17-9 Eddy No record
18-10 Fred No record
19-11 Margaret Amelia (Mrs. M.M. Cruickshank)
20-12 Agnes Watson No record
21-13 Alfred No record
22-14 Herbert No record
23-15 Frank No record
24-16 Angus, died when 4 years old
25-17 Carrie No record
26-18 Clarence, died at 2 months No record
12-4 George (3rd son of Angus and Eliza Archibald McLeod) md. Jane Stuart (dau. of Alexander Stuart). Her father died when she was eight years old and her mother died when she was fifteen. One of her sisters md. Henry Tupper of Truro, whose dau., Mrs. J.W. Logan lived in Toronto. Jane was one of a large family and was brought up and lived with her grandfather, Squire Adams Archibald., in a house which stood on the
old road, a few hundred yards north of the present road, about 1857 or 1852. George built the house on the site of the present Douglas Benvie home, 1980. Here Squire Adams Archibald died in 1857. George and Jane had 5 sons and 1 dau.
*27-1 Adam b 1853
*28-2 Emily b 1855-1857
*29-3 Stuart b 1857-1863
*30-4 Angus b Mar. 21, 1859 - Feb. 1, 1924
*31-5 William Eliakim b 1863-1943
*32-6 George Stuart b Apr. 1, 1868-Sept. 29, 1933
In 1867, at the birth of the Dominion of Canada, George was one of the candidates for the Confederate party - but was unsuccessful as the measure was very unpopular in the province.
In the early 1870's a branch of the Y.M.C.A. was organized in Musquodoboit and Mr. McLeod was one of the active members. During the later years of their lives the farm
was sold, and Mr. and Mrs. McLeod lived in a house built by their son Angus in the centre of the Village; owned by Ms. Marylin Smith, 1980.
George McLeod Mar. 26, 1826-Oct. 29, 1905
Wife Jane Nov. 2, 1821-Dec. 1, 1905
15-7 William d June 25, 1912 age 75 yrs.
Stuart d Oct. 3, 1863-age 6 yrs.
Emily d Aug. 15, 1857 age 2 yrs.
Inscription on tombstone - They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
27-1 Adam (1st son of George & Jane Stuart McLeod) md. Adella Reid, dau. of Hugh & Margaret Reid. They had 2 daus. and 1 son.
33-1 Jennie md. William Ervin of Stewiacke. They had 1 son.
34-2 Sue was unmarried, she died young.
35-3 Wyman md. but no issue.
He worked with his uncle, Angus, George and William at the Emporium in St. Paul's, Minn. until his death in 1950.
30-4 Angus (3rd son of George & Jane Stuart McLeod) went to Minneapolis in 1882. He worked as a carpenter and contractor for five years, then formed a partnership with James Leck in Contracting. He organized the Angus McLeod Co., with a brother. In 1902 he became financially interested in the Emporium Department Store. This venture was successful from the start and in 1906, Mr. McLeod and his family moved to St.Paul, Minnesota. In 1924 the store had a floor space of nearly eight acres and was valued at four million dollars.
Angus md. Jane Shaw (dau. of John and Margaret Shaw) Musquodoboit Pioneers, at Dr. R. Breed's home in Chicago, on June 1, 1892. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
*37-1 Stuart Ainslie b Mar. 4, 1893-May 5, 1954
*38-2 Margaret b Jan. 2, 1897-
*39-3 Marion Leola b Oct. 21, 1898
*40-4 Jean b Aug. 8, 1903-Nov. 8, 1936
37-1 Stuart Ainslie md. Myrtle Carol Gessart. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
41-1 Stuart Angus )
42-2 Carol Jean ) all md.
43-3 Elinor ) and had children
38-2 Margaret md. Thomas Crocker of Minneapolis. She was a missionary of the Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South America. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*44-1 Thomas Timothy
*45-2 Jean Claire
*46-3 Angus McLeod
Thomas Crocker Sr., died in Julian, California (May 22, 1888-Sept. 7, 1947). Margaret md. 2nd Earl Floyd Liddle. Mrs. E.F. Liddle [California] gave this data concerning the McLeods.
44-1 Thomas Timothy was born in Barronquilla, Columbia, South America. He is a Professor of Medicine in the University of California. He md. Miriam Dyer Bennett of Berkeley, California. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
47-1 Edith Dwight b in Washington, D.C.
48-2 Stephen Peabody
49-3 Thomas McLead
50-4 Cedric Wolcott
(all born in San Francisco, Cal.)
45-2 Jean Clare was born in Barranquilla, Columbia, South America. She md. Trustin
Arthur Hart. He is a Presbyterian Minister. They have 2 sons and 3 daus.
51-1 Margaret Gwendolyn
52-2 Brenton Arthur
53-3 Kathryn Jean
54-4 Elizabeth Joan
55-5 Thomas Trustin
46-3 Angus McLeod Crocker was born in St. Paul, Minnesota. He md. Clara Marie Havens of Ill. He is an engineer. He has 3 sons.
39-3 Marion Leola (2nd dau. of Angus & Jane Shaw McLeod) was also a missionary in Columbia, South America. She is unmarried.
40-4 Jean (3rd dau. of Angus & Jane Shaw McLeod) md. George Mairs. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
59-1 Nancy Stuart
60-2 George Alexander
61-3 Jean Mcleod
62-4 Angus McLeod
(all are md. and have children)
31-5 William Eliakim (4th son of George & Jane Stuart McLeod) md. Caroline ------- . No issue.
32-6 George Stuart (5th son of George & Jane Stuart McLeod) md. Edith Crevier. No issue. William, George and Angus presented the beautiful pulpit chairs, Middleton Presbyterian Church, they gave generously to the Pioneer Cemetery fund. In 1929, Angus died and the surviving brothers, William and George, donated the sum of twelve thousand dollars, creating the McLeod Endowment Fund, which is invested - the Interest of which is used as the congregations of Middleton and Riverside Churches so decide.
3-2 Richard was unmarried
4-3 John md. Elizabeth Hutchinson, they lived in Higginsville on the McLeod homestead, the Roy Higgins place, 1980. The old house was on the hill behind the present house.
Dau. Louise 1850-1927 md. James Kerr, Chiltree, Ayreshire, Scotland, 1879.
Family of James & Louise Kerr.
Ref: Addison Kerr Laing, Ottawa, Ontario, 1980
Copy of George McLeod's Last Will and Testament. Probate Court Records, Halifax City
Wills, Vols. 5-6 Vol. 5 Page 82.
"Last Will and Testament of George McLeod, farmer, Musquodoboit. To Ann, my dearly and well beloved wife, all real and personal estate with sole management thereof. At her death or remarriage, estate to be equally divided among children of second marriage. Wife Ann to be executrix. To son Angus, 60 sheep. To step grand-daughter Jane McCurdy, large looking glass. Friend Samuel F. Archibald also appointed executor, 21 April, 1823".
Peter Ogilvie Sr. came from Scotland early in the 18th century and settled near Savannah, Georgia. He is said to have had 7 sons and 5 daughters. Two sons came to Nova Scotia.
Peter and John both served in the Revolutionary War and in 1783, along with many other members of the Duke of Cumberland's disbanded forces, sailed on the Loyalist ship "Argo" from St. Augustine, Florida, arriving in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Dec. 13 of the same year. Grants of land awaited them in Guysborough but the Ogilvies did not go there. 1785 saw the Ogilvie brothers in Musquodoboit, where they settled. In his "memorial" for a grant of land dated June, 1790, Peter stated that he had a wife and two children. This land was not granted but he petitioned again in May, 1798 and November of the same year. Peter said that he had been in Musquodoboit for 13 years and now had four children and 2 servants. This petition was granted, finally, March 30, 1814, and his farm was located on the backroad, not far from the Cook's Brook Community Hall (1980), and now owned by Mrs. Ralph Murray, formerly Mrs. Austin Ogilvie. Peter is said to have married someone with the maiden name of Hawthorne. Family:
4-1 Peter Dec. 1792-Apr. 6, 1865
6-3 James went to western N.S. No record.
4-1 Peter (1st son of Peter and his wife) md. Ann Bruce (1796-1887) soon after Ann arrived from Scotland. They had 8 sons and 3 daus.
*7-1 Peter Hawthorne b Sept. 1817-1901
*8-2 James 1818-1908
*9-3 George Bruce b 1820-1851
10-4 Euphemia b 1822-1908
11-5 Joseph b 1823-1886
12-6 John b 1825-1909
13-7 Agnes Hawthorne b 1828-1913
14-8 Alexander b 1832-
15-9 William Robert b 1835-1921
16-10 Margaret Jane - unmarried b 1838-1861
17-11 Samuel b 1842-
7-1 Peter Hawthorne (1st son of Peter and Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. Agnes Innes b 1814, dau. of James and Agnes Ogilvie - his cousin. They lived in Elderbank. She died 1865, both are buried in Elderbank. Peter md. 2nd Nannie Higgins (1817-1906). No issue. Peter and Agnes Ogilvie had 2 sons and 5 daus.
18-1 Wm. James
19-2 Ellen md. James Milne. No issue.
20-3 Annie md. Henry Crawford.
21-4 Louise md. ------ Stevens.
22-5 Euphemia md. ------ Haverstock.
23-6 Agnes - unmarried.
24-7 Robert Sedgewick md. 1st Elizabeth Grant. Md. 2nd Susan Lloy Innes.
26-8 Peter died Mar. 4, 1861.
8-2 James (2nd son of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. Eliza Kent Bruce, widow of Alexander Bruce by whom she had 1 son, Alexander Bruce.
James and Eliza Ogilvie had 5 sons and 1 dau.
*27-1 Alfred 1848-1894
*28-2 James 1850-
*29-3 Christianna 1852-1935
*30-4 Herbert 1853-1927
*31-5 Frank 1856-
*32-6 Allan 1895-1920
27-1 Alfred G. md. Margaret Stephen (1849-1935). Alfred died 1894. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
33-1 Ida md. Rev. Albert Thompson
34-2 Wilson md. 1st Lillian Ross, 2nd Georgia Higgins.
35-3 Charles md. Harriett Grant.
36-4 Warren md. 1st Maude Scott, 2nd Reta Phillips.
37-5 Dolena md. Alfred Ross.
38-6 Mabel md. Percy Weary
39-7 Ray - unmarried
28-2 James (md. Ada Gillis)
29-3 Christianna md. Samuel Howard. They had 1 dau.
41-1 Ethel Helen md. Alfred Symonds, they had 1 dau. Helen who md. Charles Clancy.
30-4 Herbert md. Janet Davidson or Davies. They had 5 sons and 5 daus.
43-2 Nettie died in infancy
44-3 Mabel died young
45-4 Benjamin Franklin d 1954
47-6 Ella died young
50-9 Bert - unmarried
42-1 Bessie md. Frederick Shattuck of Boston. No issue.
45-4 Benjamin Franklin md. 1st Ethel Waldie. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
52-1 Vivian md. Michael Zima
53-2 Margaret md. Harold Hill
54-3 Elizabeth md. Murney Mann
55-4 Benjamin md. Mary Davis
56-5 Lorna md. Gordon Hadley
Benjamin md. 2nd Irene Dickens. They had 3 sons.
46-5 Minnie md. John Robert Graham. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
60-1 Edna md. Geo. Miller
61-2 Frances md. Geo. Lemmon
62-3 Fred md. Winnie ------
63-4 Marjorie md. Geo. Volans
65-6 Forbes -------
48-7 Fred md. Florence -------. They had 3 sons.
49-8 Byers md. Theresa Arsenault who had 3 children by a previous marriage. He md.
2nd Ruby Taylor.
51-10 Seldon md. Hilda --------. They had 1 son.
31-5 Frank Ogilvie md. Nora ------- of Montana. No issue.
32-6 Allan Ogilvie md. Catherine Thomson (1863-1934). They had 6 sons and 3 daus.
70-1 Frank Everett b Nov. 29, 1884
71-2 Percy Thomson 1887-1956
72-3 Louis Harding
73-4 Bertha Constance
74-5 James Harwood
75-6 Bertram Allan
76-7 Winnifred May
77-8 Carl Eldon
78-9 Lillian Pearl
70-1 Frank Everett Ogilvie md. Maude Elizabeth Coates. They had -
79-1 Allan md. Wilma
80-2 Kent md. Jessie
81-3 Gordon md. Mary Lee
82-4 Elizabeth May
71-2 Percy Thomson md 1st Nellie Killen. They had -
83-1 Arthur Allan
84-2 Bertha Elva md. Ernest Mullett
85-3 Ruth Kathleen md. Neil Rhind
86-4 Naomi Evelyn md. Dr. Bernard Graham
87-5 Albert James md. Mary McPhee
88-6 Austin Everett md. Gladys Drysdale
89-7 David Edwin md. Monique ------
90-8 Donald md. 1st Marlene Starchuck
91-9 Frank md. Jean Gillis
Percy md. 2nd Mrs Ethel Bain, widow of Wilbert Bain, she was Ethel Holman.
72-3 Lewis Harding md. Sara Sharp. They had 1 dau. and 2 sons.
92-1 Marion md. Kenneth Hutchinson
93-2 Warren Louis md. Mildred Perkins
94-3 James Sharp md. Elva Tinis
73-4 Bertha Constance md. Samuel Cropley. No issue.
74-5 James Harwood md. 1st Jean Stewart. 1 dau. Mary, 1 son James. Md. 2nd Elsie ------. No issue. Md. 3rd, Jessie McCadden, they had 1 son and 1 dau.
95-1 Patricia Anne
96-2 John Bruce
75-6 Bertram Allen ms. Vina Chapin. They had 1 dau.
97-1 Lillias md. Floyd Waldron.
76-7 Winnifred May md. John Wayne. They had 1 dau.
98-1 Mary Catherine md. Austin Blondon
77-8 Carl Eldon md. Marguerite Vandewater. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
99-1 Richard Carl ms. Margaret Wilson
100-2 Catherine ------ md. Pierre Gautherier
101-3 Laura Jean
78-9 Lillias Pearl md. John Norman Fancy. They had 1 dau.
102-1 Margaret Ogilvie md. Lloyd Bryant.
Mrs. Lillias Fancy, Elderbank (Vancouver, 1980), supplied all the data on the family of Peter Ogilvie.
9-3 George Bruce Ogilvie (3rd son of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. on Dec. 19, 1944
Mehitable Stevens of Forest Glen, Stewiacke. She was born in 1815, the 7th child of Peter & Mehitable Stevens. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
*103-1 Sophia Ann b Nov. 24, 1845
*104-2 Harrison b June 9, 1847-1860
*105-3 Amelia Josephine b Feb. 20, 1849-1922
*106-4 Agnes Hawthorne b Feb. 22, 1851-1883
Mehitable md. Matthew Bruce who was born Feb. 4, 1829. They were married on Sept. 19, 1854. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
107-5 Hattie Stevens b Aug. 15, 1855
*108-6 George O. b Feb. 1858-1858
109-7 Laura E. b Feb. 1, 1861
103-1 Sophia Ann Ogilvie ms. Charles A. Weber of Sackville, N.S. on Dec. 19, 1871.
105-3 Amelia Josephine Ogilvie md. Joseph Archibald of Bedford in 1882. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
110-1 Edward Roy b Dec. 28, 1882
111-2 Ralph Harrison b Dec. 21, 1886
112-3 Chester Burton b July 4, 1887
113-4 Bertha Ogilvie b July 21, 1889
114-5 Gwendolyn Josephine b Mar. 21, 1894
110-1 Edward Roy Archibald md. Gertrude Gladwin of Middle Musquodoboit. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
115-1 Margaret Eleanor
116-2 Donald Gladwin
117-3 Ann Ogilvie
118-4 Orrin Ralph
106-4 Agnes Hawthorne Ogilvie md. Feb. 8, 1882 Henry Webber of Sackville, N.S. She died 1883 in California.
107-5 Hattie Stevens Bruce md. Arthur Gladwin. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
119-1 Agnes (Mrs. Alfred Archibald)
109-7 Laura E. Bruce md. Mr. Webber. They lived and died in California.
10-4 Euphemia Ogilvie (1st dau. of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie md. Robert Ogilvie Innes. They had 5 sons and 5 daus.
11-4 Joseph Ogilvie (4th son of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. Isabel Rhind. No record of family.
12-6 John Ogilvie (5th son of Peter & Ann Burce Ogilvie) md. Alexander McDougall's
widow. Her maiden name was Pheobe Hamilton. She was the third wife of Alexander McDougall by whom she had 1 son and 1 dau.
1. Eliza McDougall md. Wm. Gladwin.
2. Alexander died young.
John and Pheobe had 2 sons and 3 daus.
134-1 Pheobe Ann
135-2 George Washington
134-1 Pheobe Ann Ogilvie (1st dau. of John & Pheobe Hamilton Ogilvie) md. Fairbanks
Lay and lived in Winnipeg. They had 1 dau. and 3 sons.
141-3 Wilson ) twin
142-4 Stanley ) twin
135-2 George Washington Ogilvie (1st son of John & Pheobe Hamilton Ogilvie) md. 1st Susan Killen. They had 1 son.
George md. 2nd Catherine Sibley, they had 1 son and 2 daus.
144-2 Earl died young
145-3 Maude ) twin
146-4 Marie ) twin
136-3 Sarah Ogilvie (2nd dau. of John & Pheobe Hamilton Ogilvie) md. Samuel Moore, they had 2 sons.
137-4 Minnie Ogilvie (3rd dau. of John & Pheobe Hamilton Ogilvie) md. George Tupper. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
138-5 John Ogilvie (2nd son of John & Pheobe Hamilton) md. Mary MacKenzie. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
153-1 Bessie Rosamond
154-2 Pheobe Ann
155-3 Morton - unmarried
156-4 Walter Murray
157-5 Alice Pearl
158-6 Lawrence MacKay
153-1 Bessie Rosamond md. Milton Innis, son of Robert & Susan Lloy Innis, they had 3 sons and 2 daus.
159-1 Alice md. Captain Paul Fournier, Musquodoboit Harbour.
160-2 Chester md. Frances Bezanson
161-3 Frances md. Hugh Bowman
162-4 Gerald md. Ella Sutherland
163-5 Murray md. Carol MacNeil
154-2 Pheobe Ann md. Bryden A. Bissett of Cole Harbour, they have 1 son & 3 daus.
164-1 Hilda md. David Fall
165-2 Dorothy md. Winston Settle
166-3 Marion md. Edward Chafe
156-4 Walter Murray md. Edith Scott.
157-5 Alice Pearl md. Donald Lumby.
1. Mary died young
2. John md. -----
158-6 Lawrence MacKay md. Vera -----
13-7 Agnes Hawthorne Ogilvie (2nd dau. of Peter & Anne Bruce Ogilvie) md. 1st Alexander Dunbrack by whom she had 1 son and 1 dau.
Agnes md. 2nd William Brown, they had 2 sons and 2 daus.
168-1 Annie Dunbrack (1st dau. of Alexander & Agnes Ogilvie Dunbrack) md. Arnold Gladwin.
169-2 William Dunbrack (1st son of Alexander & Agnes Ogilvie Dunbrack) see Dunbrack history.
170-3 Emma Brown (1st dau. of William & Agnes ogilvie Brown) md. ------Sinclair.
171-4 Matilda Brown (2nd dau. of William & Agnes Ogilve Brown) md. Charles Layton of Sydney.
Dr. Lloyd Sydney Mines
J. Harold Sydney Mines
Ernest Sydney Mines
172-5 Anderson Brown (1st son of William & Agnes Ogilvie Brown).
173-6 George Brown (2nd son of William & Agnes Ogilvie Brown) md. Jane Gladwin,
sister, of Arnold Gladwin.
14-8 Alexander Ogilvie (6th son of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. Mary Bale, believed
to have had 2 sons. No record. 1 dau.
Julia Ogilvie (dau. of Alexander & Mary Bale Ogilvies) md. Farquahar McHaffey of Cooks Brook, they had 1 son and 2 daus.
15-9 William Robert Ogilvie (7th son of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. 1st Agnes Kent.
1834-1872. They had
*1. Elizabeth Anne 1857-1860
*2. George Allen 1859-1865
3. Alexander Kent 1860-
4. Elizabeth Anne 1861-1942 - unmarried
5. Helen Maude 1863-
*6. Joseph 1864-
7. Wm. Robert 1865-
8. Hannah Jane 1866-
9. David 1868-
10. Arthur 1870-
11. Samuel George 1871-1943
12. Benjamin 1872-
William md. 2nd Mary McHaffey 1843-1881, they had 2 sons.
13. Seymour Berton 1877-
14. Clifford Sanderson 1878-
William md. 3rd Sarah MacDonald. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
15. Esty May 1883-
16. Cameron Glenroy 1885-
17. Susan Merson 1887-
18. Helen Jemima 1889-
3. Alexander Kent Ogilvie was last heard of in Everett, Washington.
5. Helen Maude Ogilvie went to Massachusetts. No record.
6. Joseph Ogilvie md. Isabel Rhind, lived and died in Elderbank. No issue.
7. Wm. Robert Ogilvie went out West. No record.
8. Hannah Jane Ogilvie went to the U.S. No record.
9. David is said to have gone to Fort Lupton.
10. Arthur - no record.
11. Samuel George Ogilvie md. Florence Tays (1873- ) dau. of James & Elizabeth Tays. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
1. James Murray 1895- md. Jean Kent.
2. Albert Loring 1899 md. Edith Fox.
3. Bertha Hazel 1901 md. Louis Fulton.
4. Edwin MacLean md. Hope Bentley.
12. Benjamin said to have settled in Fort Lupton.
13. Seymour Berton went out West. No record.
14. Clifford Sanderson Ogilvie was unmarried, died in Western Canada.
15. Esty May Ogilvie md. ------ Mallory and lived in B.C. She had 1 son.
16. Cameron Glenroy md. and lived and died in Winnepeg.
17. Susan Merson Ogilvie md. Otto Lane, she had 1 dau. Louise.
18. Helen Jemima Ogilvie md. Owen Hubley. 2 daus 1 son.
3. Glenroy md. Jeanne Slack
17-11 Samuel Ogilvie (8th son of Peter & Ann Bruce Ogilvie) md. Elizabeth Ogilvie, dau. of Peter Ogilvie and wife Ann Roberts of Wentworth, N.S. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
*1. Sinclair Samuel
1. Sinclair Samuel Ogilvie md. Barbara Adelaide Mosher. They had 7 sons and 6 daus.
1. Cecil Claude b 1900 md. Catherine -------
2. Theodore Leonard md. -------- Cruichshank.
3. Helen Blanche md. W.E. Miller.
4. John Daniel md. ---------
5. Jean Elizabeth md. J. Mackinson
6. Mabel Gillies md. F. Desmond.
7. Josephine died in infancy
8. David Lloyd
9. Bessie Mosher md. Frank MacKinson.
10. Bertha Lillian md. Bert Stevens
11. James Manson 1921-1942
12. Harold Sinclair
13. Scott MacRury 1927-1944
2. Josephine Ogilvie dau. of Samuel and Elizabeth md. Havelock Sibley, they had 1 son.
1. Gary, Indiana
3. Blanche Ogilvie md. ------- MacKinley, they had -------.
4. Annabelle Ogilvie md. Lewis Logan of Musquodoboit Harbour, no issue.
5. Bessie Ogilvie md. Fred Mosher
Data: Mrs. Frank Mackinson (Bessie Mosher Ogilvie) and Mr. Howard W. Ogilvie, Wallace Station, N.S.
John Ogilvie, the Pioneer in Meagher's Grant, was born 1751 in Savannah, Georgia, brother of Peter with whom he came to Nova Scotia and son of James Ogilvie Sr., a Scottish immigrant. John took up land at Meagher's Grant on the Ogilvie Brook, owned in 1980 by Owen Dillman. John died at the age of 104 yrs, and his monument may be seen in Meagher's Grant Cemetery.
1. John married Ellis Edgerton of Worcester, Mass. They had 7 sons and 6 daus, dates
2-1 James b 1791
3-2 John b 1793
4-3 Mary Ann b 1795
5-4 Eunice b 1797
6-5 Peter Edgerton b 1799
7-6 William 1800-1802. No record.
8-7 George Beyers b 1804
9-8 Arthur Wesley b 1806
10-9 Alexander b 1810
11-10 Louise Alice b 1814
12-11 Ellis b 1816
13-12 Betsey b 1818
2-1 James Ogilvie (1st son of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. about 1825, Elizabeth
-------. 1 son.
15-1 Oliver b Sept. 7, 1827
No further record.
3-2 John Ogilvie (2nd son of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. Mary Hurley on Sept. 28, 1814. Andrew Hurley signed the bond. They had 1 son.
16-1 James Robertson b Mar. 1822. It is thought John's widow md. 2nd in 1836, John Hilditch, recorded in St.Paul's Parish, Halifax, N.S.
No further record.
4-3 Mary Ann Ogilvie (1st dau. of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. Martin Bambrick.
5-4 Eunice md. Joseph Roberts, had 4 sons & 4 daus.
18-2 John died at 92 - California
19-3 Peter died in Iowa.
20-4 Reuben died young
21-5 Kate died young
22-6 Joseph Howe
23-7 Mary Alice md. Thompson of Iowa
24-8 Elizabeth md. 1st ----- Boniface, md. 2nd Manning.
17-1 William died young - left a widow and dau. Hannah.
Grand-daughters: Mrs. Victor Nosiglia, Mass. & Mrs. John Waldman, Mass.
22-6 Joseph Howe Ogilvie md. ----------- . They had 1 son and 3 daus.
6-5 Peter Edgerton Ogilvie (3rd son of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. Ann Roberts of Northern Ireland. They had
29-1 John Calvin b 1821-1871
30-2 William b 1823
31-3 Thomas b 1825 ) twin
*32-4 George Roberts 1825-1839 ) twin
33-5 Eunice b 1827
34-6 Peter b 1829
35-7 Joseph b 1831
36-8 Arthur Wellesley b 1833
37-9 Elijah b 1835
38-10 Sarah Ann b 1837
39-11 Richard b 1839
40-12 Elizabeth b 1840
*41-13 Alexander b 1841 died as a child
42-14 James Fountain b 1842
43-15 Herbert Allen b 1845
44-16 Charles b 1847
- 17 ?
29-1 John Calvin Ogilvie of Gays River was a lumberman. He md. Jessie ------. By 1871,
they had 2 sons and 3 daus.
47-3 Annie L. md. ------- Mitchell
48-4 Emma Jane md. ------- Kellough
49-5 Wilbert F. - lived in Baker, Idaho
30-2 William md. in the South, had 2 children. md. 2nd Fanny Armour from N.B.
31-3 Thomas of New York, buried in Wentworth, son Loran in Truro, N.S.
Grand-daughter - Jessie McKissick.
33-5 Eunice md. ------- McDonald, had 3 daus.
1. Sarah md. ------- McMillan of P.E.I.
3. Mary md. ------- McDonald, lived near Boston, had 3 children.
34-6 Peter md. Hannah -------. Had 2 sons and 1 dau.
1. Walter md. Abbey Blood, Blue Hills, Brooklyn.
2. Ida md. ------ Wilmarth, Coney Island.
35-7 Joseph md. Emily Stevens, children all born in Wentworth, Cumb. Co., N.S. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
1. Thomas md. Alice Coulter
2. Peter O. md. Maggie Woodland
3. Elma md. Jabez Stevens. 7 children
4. Vernon md. Carrie Webb. 3 daus.
36-8 Arthur Wellesley of Maiden Rock, Wis. Md. 3 times.
Md. 1st Annie
Md. 2nd No issue.
Md. 3rd Margaret -------. 3 children, Hiram, Clare and Lloyd of Portland, Oregon.
37-9 Elijah of New York, had 3 daus.
38-10 Sarah Ann ,d. ------- McEwen
39-11 Richard md. Annabell --------, buried in Leddville, Colorado.
40-12 Elizabeth (Bessie) md. 1st -------- McCurdy. No issue. She md. 2nd John Samuel Ogilvie, they had 1 son and 4 daus.
1. Annabell (Mrs. Louis W. Logan)
2. Blanche (Mrs. Wm. M. McKinley)
3. Josephine (Mrs. Havelock Sibley)
4. Bessie (Mrs. Frederick Mosher)
5. Samuel md. Barbara Mosher, they have 5 daus. and 7 sons.
42-14 James Fountain md. Janet Rhind, they had,
1. Morton md. Georgia
2. Alice (Mrs. Lyman Hunter)
3. Annie (Mrs. Wm. French)
4. John md. Edith
5. Clifford md. Marion
6. Ella (Mrs. Robert Seagrave)
7. Harry md. Eliz. George
8. George md. Yvonne Withers
9. Harriett md.
10. Hubert md.
43-15 Herbert Allen md. Elizabeth Treen. They had,
1. Carrie Almira
2. Richmond, died young
3. Fanny, died young
4. Susan Elizabeth (Mrs. Geo. Wilson)
5. Joseph Richard md. Margaret McGill, they had Walter, Hazel, Howard, Clara and
Data supplied on Peter Edgerton Ogilvie's family by Mrs. E.T. Hunter, Amherst, N.S.
8-7 George Byers Ogilvie (5th son of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. Barbara Elizabeth Mattatall. George and Barbara had 3 sons and 4 daus.
1. Alexander b 1831
2. Esther Eunice b 1832
3. George b 1834
4. Ann b 1835
5. Louisa Alice b 1838
6. Barbara Elizabeth b 1839
7. William b 1845 - unmarried
1. Alexander md. Mary Ann Maller
2. Esther Eunice md. Allen S. Adamson
3. George became a doctor, md. Eliza Ann Hales and had 1 son.
1. George William
1. George William md. Cosmelia Ellen Farnsworth, parents of Grace Ogilvie who md. Jan. 3, 1906 William Charles Stewart. Their dau. is Jetta Stewart Brunson, Elko, Nevada.
The data on George Byers Ogilvie has been supplied by Mrs. Brunson.
George Byers Ogilvie and his 2nd wife settled in Elko Co., Nevada.
9-8 Arthur Wesley Ogilvie (6th son of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. Rhoda -------.
They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
1. Charlotte Rosan b 1839
2. John William b 1842
3. Alex Hawthorne b 1846
10-9 Alexander Ogilvie (7th son of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. Margaret Rose,
widow of Capt. Levi Rose of Sheet Harbour. They had 6 sons. Four or more sons
settled in Alberta.
11-10 Louisa Alice (3rd dau. of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. George Cole.
12-11 Ellis Ogilvie (6th dau. of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. George Roberts.
13-12 Betsy Ogilvie (5th dau. of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. George Bruce.
14-13 Esther Ogilvie ( 6th dau. of John & Ellis Edgerton Ogilvie) md. James Higgins; she was his 2nd wife. They had 5 sons and 3 daus. as listed in the Higgins history.
Samuel Pearson came from Ireland and settled about two miles above the present Pearson home, Bookvale, 1980. The date of arrival is not known. According to the old school records in the Public Archives, 1836 - Samuel Pearson had 3 sons and 2 daus. The name of his wife was White. Samuel Pearson died July 15, 1848, age 60. He is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
2-1 James b 1817
*3-2 David b 1819 - 1896
4-3 John b 1823 - 1866
5-4 Mary b 1825
6-5 Elizabeth b 1827
2-1 James - no record.
3-2 David (2nd son of Samuel Pearson ( md. Janet Archibald. She died 1880, age 50 years. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
8-2 John 1865-1910
9-3 David 1868-1936
7-1 Sam md. an Irish girl in the States where he died. He was buried in the Pioneer Cemetery. No further record as to family.
8-2 John was unmarried. He died in Mass. and is buried in the Pearson lot in the Pioneer Cemetery.
9-3 David md. Susan Leck (dau. of Henry John Leck & Ellen Hanna). They had 2 sons.
11-1 LeRoy Louis - unmarried
12-2 John Bernard - unmarried
10-4 Mary md. James McFetridge of Greenfield, Col. Co., N.S. Her descendants are listed in the McFetridge history.
4-3 John (3rd son of Samuel Pearson) died Nov. 1866, age 44 years and is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery.
5-4 Mary (1st dau. of Samuel Pearson - no record.
6-5 Elizabeth (2nd dau. of Samuel Pearson) md. James Murphy of Glenmore. Her descendants are listed in the James Murphy history.
James Reid, son of John Bell Reid of Buxburn, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, was born June 24, 1796. At the age of nineteen years, he emigrated to Nova Scotia and settled in Musquodoboit. The original Presbyterian Church at Middle Musquodoboit was being built at the time (1815) and James, being a carpenter, secured work on its construction. He boarded with William Logan whose house stood on the site of Cavicchi's garage (1980).
James Reid married Jane Whidden, daughter of Simeon and Dorothy Blair Whidden of Middle Stewiacke. James and Jane were married May 12, 1817. He purchased a tract of land in Brookvale from Mr. Bell of Halifax. The Reid homestead site is owned by Leslie Higgins (1980). The first house became a woodshed when a new house was erected in 1940. James established what soon became known as "Reid Settlement", but is now Bookvale. Here he lived until his death Oct. 21, 1870. James and Jane, who died 1890, are both buried in Pioneer Cemetery. They had
8 sons and 5 daughters.
* 2-1 John b Feb. 2, 1819-June 13, 1851
* 3-2 Simeon Whidden b Dec. 20, 1820-Jan. 8, 1894
* 4-3 Elizabeth margaret b Jan. 26, 1823-June 25, 1824
* 5-4 James Jr. b Apr. 29, 1825-Jan. 24, 1897
* 6-5 William b Aug. 6, 1827-Dec. 3, 1870
* 7-6 Hugh Graham b may 18, 1829-Oct 29, 1916
* 8-7 Alexander David b may 7, 1831-Jan. 3, 1856
* 9-8 Robert M. b Aug. 8, 1833 - 1915
*10-9 Margaret Dorothy b Aug. 19, 1835-Mar. 3, 1843
*11-10 Elizabeth Jane b Aug. 17, 1837-Aug. 4, 1855
*12-11 Mary b Nov. 18, 1834-July 6, 1913
13-12 George b July 30, 1845-Aug 24, 1914 twin
14-13 Harriet b July 30, 1845-Jan 4, 1929 twin
(George & Harriet were twins)
2-1 John (1st son of James and Jane Whidden Reid) md. Abigail Bentley of Upper Stewiacke. He settled on property owned by William Connolly. On June 13, 1851 he was drowned with three other men in Long Lake. He and his wife Abigail (1819-Sept. 21, 1867) are buried in Pioneer Cemetery. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
*15-1 Daniel Webster Bentley b Jan. 30, 1843 - Jan. 17, 1919
*16-2 James b 1845-Aug. 18, 1876
*17-3 Mary Jane
*18-4 John Geddie b Sept. 3, 1847-Sept. 19, 1931
15-1 Daniel Webster Bentley Reid. He was a blacksmith and carriage builder. He built a
house in Elmsvale (owned by Mr. Legg, 1980) and went into heavy construction, building docks and terminals. Daniel md. Susan McKeen (1837-Mar. 11, 1911)
Jan. 28, 1864. They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
*19-1 Abigail B b 1871-Apr. 12, 1900 age 29
*20-2 David McKeen b Mar. 12, 1873-Nov 13, 1957
*21-3 John William b Mar. 30, 1868-Jan. 2, 1958
*22-4 Madge b may 29, 1875-Mar. 11, 1963
*23-5 Mary Lucilla b 1880-Feb. 5, 1892, age 12
*24-6 Susan Jane b 1865-Dec. 11, 1888, age 23
Daniel md. 2nd Annie Orman. They lived in Dartmouth. No issue.
20-2 David (1st son of Daniel W.B. & Susan McKeen Reid) md. Ruth Agatha Thompson Folson, New York City. 6 children. David was a Presbyterian Minister.
*25-1 Harold, Woodland Hills, Calif.
*26-2 Beatrice died young
*27-3 Jean killed in an accident
*28-4 Fred - Cochrane, Ont.
*29-5 Daisy (Mrs. Silvert Johnson of Sturgis, Sask.)
*30-6 Margaret died when 19 years old.
21-3 John (2nd son of Daniel W.B. & Susan McKeen Reid) md. Bessie Frances Cunnabelle June 15, 1898. They had 7 daus. and 3 sons.
*31-1 Ethel McKeen b Mar. 28, 1899
*32-2 Isabelle Marian b Aug. 13, 1900
*33-3 Mary Liula b June 13, 1902
*34-4 Lewis Cunnabelle b Jan. 22, 1904
*35-5 Dan Webster Bentley b Mar. 13, 1906
*36-6 John Reynolds b Oct. 11, 1907
*38-8 Margaret Archibald
*39-9 Olive Irene Frances
*40-10 Kathleen Lucille
John's wife Bessie died in Nov. 26, 1917. She was born Dec. 28, 1881.
John md. 2nd Elizabeth Jane Dechman. They had 1 son.
41-1 Berton died young
31-1 Ethel md. E. Arnold Stewart. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
*42-1 Frances (unmarried)
*43-2 John is an ordained minister of United Church
43-2 John md. Lillian Farnell. John was an ordained minister of the United Church. They have 1 son and 2 daus. He is a Social Worker in Vancouver, B.C. 1980
44-3 Seymour operates the home farm in Elmsvale. He md. Fern Matthews. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
45-4 Jean md. Gordon Allbright. They have 1 dau.
46-5 Shirley md. Stewart Carver. They have 1 son.
55-1 Gregory Paul
47-6 Leslie md. Margaret Sherry. They reside in Halifax where he is a chartered accountant. 2 daus. and 2 son.
32-2 Isabelle md. Austin Erle Jennings. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
*56-1 Douglas Reid
*57-2 Mary Madeline
56-1 Douglas is an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada and was a missionary in India (1964). He md. Betty June Blakney. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
Now in Petitcodiac, N.B. 1980.
58-1 David Reid
59-2 Rebecca Joyce
60-3 Andrew Blakney
61-4 Christopher Douglas
Douglas md. 2nd Enid Dobson (Wood).
57-2 Mary md. Thornton T. Kaulback of Lunenburg. They live in Edmonton, Alberta. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
62-1 Cynthia Yvonne
63-2 Stephen Phillip
64-3 Kim Douglas
65-4 Robert Frederick
33-3 Mary md. Frederick George Southam. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
66-1 William md. Merle Shauer.
67-2 Lois md. Arnold Iver. They have 2 sons and 3 daus. Md. 2nd Marshall
34-4 Lewis md. Muriel Gertrude Taylor. They lived in Elmsvale. They had 3 daus. and 2 sons. Lewis md. 2nd, Louise Lewis, Virginia.
*74-1 Geraldine Susan
*75-2 Bessie Grances
*76-3 Robert Cleveland
*77-4 Byron Lewis
*78-5 Muriel Kathleen
74-1 Geraldine md. Cecil Hicks of Shelburne. They live in Ontario. They have 5 sons and 1 dau.
79-1 Richard Douglas
80-2 Robert Michael
81-3 Marilyn Ruby
82-4 Eric Cecil
83-5 John Lewis
84-6 William James
75-2 Bessie md. Clyde Dares of Elderbank. They live in Toronto. They have 4
sons and 2 daus.
85-1 Martha Ann
86-2 Allan Clyde
87-3 Weldon Donald
88-4 Dana Andrew Reid
89-5 Steven Robert
90-6 Kathleen Roberta
76-3 Robert md. Rosalie Frost. He was a Flying Officer. He was killed in a plane crash near Goose Bay, Labrador on April 10, 1956. They had 1 son.
77-4 Byron is a medical doctor. He practices in Halifax. He md. Irene Hickman on June 20, 1959. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
78-5 Muriel md. Gene Bennett of Richmond, Virginia. They have 1 dau & 1 son.
92-1 Linda Ellen
35-5 Dan md. Mary Alice Lynds. They have 2 daus.
93-1 Phyllis md. Armand Savage . They have 1 son & 1 dau.
94-2 Kathleen ,md. Ernest Cannel. Family of 5.
96-1 Frederick Dan
97-2 Cheryl Elizabeth
98-3 Nick Nelson
**[-5] [Editor's note: This number appears in the text without a name]cja
36-6 John md. Elva M. Taylor. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
* 99-1 Wallace Keene
*100-2 John R.
*101-3 Joseph William
*102-4 Angela M.
99-1 Wallace md. Joyce Watson. They have 3 sons.
103-1 Alan Douglas
104-2 Malcolm Bruce
105-3 Robert Gordon
100-2 John md. Barbara Ann Pulsford. They have 1 dau.
106-1 Valerie Ann
101-3 Joseph md. Barbara Ann Tracy. No issue.
37-7 Susan md. William Redden. They had 3 sons.
107-1 William md. Lydia Miller, 1 son & 2 daus.
108-2 Ronald md. Mabel Chaplin, 2 sons & 2 daus.
109-3 Michael md. Barbara Dickie, 1 son & 2 daus.
108-2 Ronald md. Mabel Chaplin. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
Susan md. 2nd Harold Bentley.
38-8 Margaret md. Alun Glyn Jones of Wales. He farmed in Elmsvale, now retired 1980. Family, 4 daus., 1 son.
113-1 Gwendolyn Margaret, md. Frank Manella, 1 dau. Kathy.
114-2 Marilyn Arlene, md. Phillip Robins, 1 dau. Cynthia, 2 sons,
Paul and Peter.
115-3 Donna Marjorie md. Matt Radz, 1 son Jesse.
116-4 Donald md. Phyllis White, 2 sons, 2 daus., Kim, Lisa, Alanna
and John Alun Kyle
117-5 Mary Lynn
39-9 Olive md. Murray Ray White, Sept. 25, 1936, 2 sons.
118-1 Randall Reid, md. Evelyn Smith, 2 sons, Eugene Reid
and Tracey Lee.
119-2 Lynn Murray, md. Beverley Mills, 1 son, three daus.
Trudy Dawn, Vicki Lynn, Rocky Lee, Jodi Rae.
40-10 Kathleen md. Rev. Forrest Cleveland Higgins of Moose River. They
live in New Hampshire. They have 3 daus. and 1 son.
120-1 Susan Jane
121-2 Sally Lucille
122-3 Forrest Cleveland
123-4 Sandra Elizabeth
22-4 Madge (2nd dau. of Daniel W.B. and Susan McKeen Reid) md. Eben Benvie. No issue.
16-2 James (2nd son of John & Abigail Bentley Reid) md. Mary Ann Reid of Upper Musquodoboit. As far as known there was no relation. They had 2 daus. and 1 son.
*123-1 Abigail ) twin
*124-2 Annie ) twin
*125-3 John Geddie
James died when 31 years old. His widow md. James Dickie of Meagher’s Grant and had a family.
123-1 Abigail md. Edgar Reid (son of William Reid and Sarah McCurdy). They lived in Oakland, California. No issue.
124-2 Annie md. Theodore Farnell of Upper Musquodoboit. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
127-2 Edith (Mrs. Phillips)
125-3 John was a blacksmith in Musquodoboit, later he moved to Keene, N.H. where he
continued his trade. He md. --------. No issue.
17-3 Mary Jane (1st dau. of John & Abigail Bentley Reid) md. Sidney Archibald. No issue. After his death she md. 2nd William McCurdy on Nov. 25, 1885. See McCurdy History.
18-4 John Geddie (3rd son of Daniel W.B. and Abigail Bentley Reid) md. Elizabeth Jane Creelman (May 3, 1885 - Sept. 12, 1915). He lived in Otterbrook where he built a blacksmith shop in 1887. He came to Middle Musquodoboit; built the house now owned by Daniel Ross, 1980, and also a blacksmith shop. 4 sons, 6 daus.
*136-1 Emma Sarah b Nov. 18, 1878-Sept. 23, 1942
*137-2 Samuel James b Oct. 7, 1879
*138-3 Abbie Mae b Sept. 18, 1881-Mar. 20, 1896
*139-4 John Ernest b Mar. 20, 1884-Aug. 10, 1951
*140-5 William Raymond b Mar. 9, 1886-Mar. 28, 1956
*141-6 Mabel Leona b Dec. 3, 1888
*142-7 Margaret Jane b Jan. 7, 1892
*143-8 Lena May Gordon b July 15, 1885-Feb. 9, 1931
*144-9 Stanley Creelman b July 7, 1899
136-1 Emma md. Henry McCurdy, he operated a Transfer to Halifax. They had 2 daus. & 3 sons.
146-1 Alice (Mrs. Roy Blades)
147-2 Harry md. Ruth Siteman - 1 son and 2 daus.
148-3 Wilbert md. Blanche -------. 4 children
149-4 Ruth (Mrs. Howard Ruthledge) - 2 sons
150-5 Walter md. Frances Cole - 4 children.
137-2 Samuel md. Bessie Hann of Newfoundland. They lived in Tampa, Florida. They have 1 son.
151-1 Carl md. ---------. 5 children
139-4 John md. Viola Westhader of Port Wade, Anna., Co. They had 1 dau.
152-1 Ruby (Mrs. James Grove) - 3 children
140-5 William md. Harriet Westhader, sister of Viola. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
153-1 Mabel Moncton, N.B.
154-2 Margaret Moncton, N.B.
141-6 Mabel md. Frank Auser of Glenmore. They moved to California. 2 sons and 2 daus.
156-1 Agnes California
157-2 Reid "
158-3 Edward "
159-4 Jean "
142-7 Margaret md. William Kaulback. He died Feb. 8, 1928. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
160-1 Hugh - Middle Musquodoboit
161-2 Mary (Mrs. Fred Fulton) died, 1978.
162-3 John Robert, New Glasgow.
143-8 Lena md. Graham Lutwick. They had 2 sons
164-2 Roland, Elmsvale
145-10 Stanley md. Nettie Clark. They lived in Massachusetts. They have 1 son and 2 daus. [all live in Mass.]
3-2 Simeon (2nd son of James Whidden Reid) md. Janet Whidden of St. Mary’s Guysborough Co., on March 20, 1846. He settled half a mile south of his father, James in Reid Settlement. Later he moved to Greenfield, Col. Co. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
168-1 Campbell - no record
169-2 Addie - no record
*170-3 Jane - unmarried
*171-4 John H.
171-4 John H. (2nd son of Simeon & Janet Whidden Reid) md. Minnie Hollingsworth of Truro. They moved to Bedford, Mass. where he spent the remainder of his life.
172-5 William (3rd son of Simeon and Janet Whidden Reid) md. They lived in Truro and then moved to the U.S.A. No further record.
173-6 Mariah (3rd dau. of Simeon and Janet Whidden Reid) md. George Allan Smith. They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
Mariah md. 2nd George Hamilton. No issue.
174-7 Frank (4th son of Simeon & Janet Whidden Reid) md. Ellen Rath of Camden. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
*183-1 Leonard George b Oct. 6, 1893
*184-2 Blanche Mae b May 31, 1896
*185-3 Georgina b Nov. 8, 1897
*186-4 Lewis Campbell b Aug. 31, 1902
*187-5 Viola Minnie b July 31, 1900
*188-6 Francis Gerald b
*189-7 Earl William
*190-8 Roy Everett
183-1 Leonard md. Edna Pearl Day of Middle Musquodoboit in 1918. They have 6 sons and 3 daus.
*191-1 Harold Irvin
*192-2 Hazel Verna
*193-3 Arthur Munroe b 1921-1922
*194-4 Seldon Kent
*195-5 Edith Mae
*196-6 Aubrey George
*197-7 Elmer Eugene
*198-8 Graham Keith
*199-9 Ruth Eileen
191-1 Harold md. Jean Snow of Truro. They live in Truro, 1980. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
200-1 Marilyn Dawn
192-2 Hazel md. Harold Colpitts. They reside in Toronto. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
204-1 Robert Lee
206-3 Bonita Lee
207-4 Harold Norman
194-4 Seldon md. Jean Henderson of Camden. They reside in Brantford, Ont. They have 3 sons.
195-5 Edith md. Claude Webber of England, where they reside. No issue.
196-6 Aubrey md. Elizabeth Nowlan of Black Diamond, Alberta. They reside in Brantford, Ont. No issue (1980)
197-7 Elmer md. Norma Hamilton of Brookfield. They live in Brookfield. They have 1 son and 2 daus. Sandra Lee, Debra Lind, Dana
198-8 Graham md. Shirley Shaw, they live in Truro. They have 1 son
214-1 Brian Keith
199-9 Ruth md. Larry Jobin. They live in Streetsville, Ont. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
215-1 Deborah Ann
216-2 Steven Lloyd
184-2 Blanche md. James McNutt of Nuttby in 1914. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
*217-1 Russell Otis
*218-2 Helen Elizabeth
*219-3 Eunice Blanche
*220-4 Gladys died young
*221-5 dau. died in infancy
217-1 Russell is md. and lives in Mass.
218-2 Helen md. Edgar Campbell. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
Helen md. 2nd Lloyd Hingley, they live in Truro. No issue.
219-3 Eunice md. Reginald Higgins. They live in Truro. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
185-3 Georgina md. Charles William Cavanaugh of Truro in Sept. 1922. They have 2 sons.
*227-1 Percy William
228-2 Donald Charles
227-1 Percy md. a girl from England where they reside. They have 2 children.
228-2 Donald md. Thelma Hennessey from Pictou. They have 3 sons.
186-4 Lewis Reid md. Alice Christina McKenzie. She was born July 26, 1904. They have 10 sons and 7 daus.
*229-1 Doris Helen
*230-2 Eldridge Frank)
*231-3 Elwin Lewis )
*232-4 Ivan Roy
*233-5 Betty Pearl
*234-6 Donald Elson
*235-7 Victor Alfred b Jan. 31, 1932 - June 26 1948
236-8 Eileen Joan
*237-9 Phillip Downley )
238-10 Phyllis Dora ) twins
239-11 Alice Yvonne
*240-12 John McKenzie
241-13 Frederick George
242-14 Carl Earl )
243-15 Carol Jean ) twins
244-16 Mary Lou
245-17 Gordon Ernest
229-1 Doris md. Glendon Prime. 1 dau., Donna Marie.
231-3 Elvin md. Hilda Mae Otterson. They have 6 daus.
247-2 Shirley Mae
248-3 Linda Lou
249-4 Reta Alice
250-5 Susan Marie
251-6 Nancy Helen
232-4 Ivan md. Maxine MacDougall.
233-5 Betty md. Ronald Eric Baird. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
252-1 Patsy Lynn
253-2 Randall Victor
254-3 Alan Eric
234-6 Donald md. Ruth Lee Webb. They have 1 dau. and 2 sons.
256-1 Cheryl Dawn
257-2 Peter Leo
258-3 Timothy Dale
237-9 Phillip md. Lorraine Bird. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
259-1 Phillip Dale
260-2 Trudy Lorraine
240-12 John md. Joan Elizabeth Weatherby
187-5 Viola md. Frank Whyte of Mass. in 1924. No issue.
188-6 Francis md. Muriel Ella McKenna of Milford Station, Hants Co. They have 4 sons and 4 daus.
*261-1 Lillian Elizabeth
*262-2 Helen Mae
*263-3 Iola Bertha twin
*264-4 Viola Blanche twin
*265-5 Frank Everett
*266-6 Gerald William - unmarried
*267-7 Kenneth Lloyd
*268-8 George Leonard - unmarried
261-1 Lillian md. Cleairley Hicks of Niagara Falls, Ont. where they lived. They have 6 daus. and 2 sons.
262-2 Helen md. Kenneth Allen of Truro. They live in Walpole Island, Ont. They 3 daus. and 1 son.
263-3 Iola md. the Rev. Roy Lydick. They live in Glen, N.H. No issue.
264-4 Viola md. Leonard Hicks of Niagara Falls, Ont. They have 2 daus. and 1 son.
282-2 Janice )
283-3 James ) twins
265-5 Frank md. Elizabeth Crowe of Belmont, Col. Co. They live in Truro.
267-7 Kenneth md. Mary Jean Hardman of Wiarton, Ont. where they live. They have 1 son.
189-7 Earl md. Bertha Stewart on April 7, 1934. They have 2 sons and 3 daus.
289-5 Sharon (Mrs. Randolph Roy of Bible Hill)
285-1 Maxine md. Charles Chittick of Dartmouth, now residing in St. Jeans, Quebec. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
190-8 Roy md. in Florida and lives there. Some family but no record available.
5-4 James (3rd son of James and Jane Whidden Reid) md. Rebecca Whidden of St. Mary's Guysborough Co. They lived on part of his father's land about a mile east of his father's home, Brookvale. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
*292-1 James John
*293-2 James Hugh
292-1 John md. Janet Brown and lived in Bruce Settlement in Elderbank. They had 4 sons and 6 daus.
*296-1 Ethel b July 27, 1885
*297-2 Alexander b Sept. 21, 1887 "Sandy"
298-3 Myrtle b Feb. 29, 1890
299-4 Bella b May 23, 1894
300-5 Stacia b Apr. 14, 1896
*301-6 Georgie b May 26, 1898
*302-7 Charles b June 13, 1903
*303-8 Wyman b Sept. 13, 1904
*304-9 Stella b Sept. 29, 1906
*305-10 Oscar b Mar. 29, 1912
296-1 Ethel md. William Grant (son of Donald Grant). They lived in Stewiacke. They had 2 sons and 5 daus.
306-1 Winnifred (Mrs. Wm. Smith)
307-2 Eunice (Mrs. Raymond Whalley)
308-3 Norma (Mrs. Guy Kent)
309-4 Bertha (Mrs. John Gillis)
310-5 Dorothy (Mrs. Fred Hubbards)
311-6 Everett lives in Highland Creek, Ont.
312-7 Harry was killed overseas, W.W. 2
297-2 Alexander "Sandy" md. Maude Lena Durggan of Roxbury, Mass. No issue. They lived in Middle Musquodoboit.
298-3 Myrtle lives in U.S. No record.
299-4 Bella md. Robert Sutherland of N.B. No record
300-5 Stacia lives in U.S. No record
301-6 Georgie md. Clarence Cole. She md. 2nd Alexander Scott of Elderbank. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
302-7 Charles md. Frances Wyse of Wyse's Corner. 4 daus.
303-9 Wyman md. Ruth Daye. 3 sons and 1 dau.
304-9 Stella had 3 sons.
313-1 Lewis Stanley
314-2 Charles Harry
315-3 Steward Rowlings
305-10 Oscar md. Maxine Durling of Middleton
293-2 James Hugh (2nd son of James & Rebecca Whidden Reid) md Abbie Miller. They had 6 sons and 2 daus.
316-1 John Henry b Apr. 2, 1895 - Sept. 14, 1958
317-2 Maria Jane b 1895
318-3 Hugh Anthony b Feb. 1896
319-4 Wilfred Lawrence b Apr. 22, 1903
*320-5 Austin Howard b Dec. 3, 1907
*321-6 Annie Myra b
*322-7 George Basil b Jan. 13, 1909 - died young.
323-8 Chester b July 2, 1911
*-9 Melvin Arnold b Mar. 6, 1900 - Feb. 4, 1954
316-1 John Henry md. Eliza Odessa Redden on Nov. 11, 1924. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
*324-1 Dorothy Maude
*325-2 Alice Lorraine
*326-3 Jacqueline Joyce
*327-4 Wendell Ford b Mar. 4, 1936 - Dec. 17, 1955.
324-1 Dorothy md. Ellis Sibley on Sept. 23, 1947. They had 2 sons.
328-1 Wayne Ellis b Feb. 9, 1949, died in 1949.
329-2 Wade Lance b Feb. 3, 1953 - 1955
(Inscriptions in Hillside)
325-2 Alice md. Robert Scrudder on Sept. 30, 1948. He was drowned on June 3, 1959. They had 1 son.
330-1 John Robert
Alice md. 2nd Frederick Louis Davison Jan. 8, 1962. They have 1 son.
331-2 Steven Louis
326-3 Jacqueline md. Earl Arthur Stone. They live in Ontario and have 4 sons and 1 dau.
332-1 Earl Duane
333-2 John Cameron
334-3 Darryl Bruce
335-4 Cynthia Joyce
336-5 Raymond Reid
317-2 Maria - no record.
318-3 Hugh md. Sadie - family
319-4 Wilfred md. -------, no record.
320-5 Austin Howard md. And lived in New York. They had 2 daus. And 3 sons.
337-1 Mary [children] Billy & Howard
338-2 Jack " Denis, Chris
339-3 Vivian " Pam, Patty, Tommy, Jacqueline
340-4 Austin " Bobby, Michael
341-5 Basil - unmarried.
321-6 Annie Reid md. Clarence Higgins of Higginsville. They have 4 sons and 3 daus.
342-1 Austin md. Louise McMullin.
343-2 Nellie (Mrs. James McFetridge)
344-3 Lyman md. Pearl Burns
345-4 Jennie md. Robert Metzler
346-5 Carl md. Vera Smith
347-6 Duncan - Meagher's Grant
348-7 Leland, Middle Musquodoboit
323-8 Chester - no record.
-9 Melvin Arnold Reid md. Johannah Beatrice Burns. They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
*349-1 Arnold Melvin
*350-2 Wilfred Ronald
*351-3 Joan Anastacia )
*352-4 Mary Jean ) twins
*353-5 William James
*354-6 Earleen Rosemary
*355-7 June Geraldine
349-1 Arnold md. Alice Redmond. They have 2 sons and 4 daus.
356-1 Melvin Paul
350-2 Wilfred md. Diana Stauffeur, they had 2 dau. and 1 son.
351-3 Joan md. Aubrey Woodworth. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
352-2 Mary md. Jack MacKellar. They have 1 dau.
353-5 William md. ------. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
355-7 June md. Raymond Leiska. They have 1 son.
371-1 Christian Raymond.
-10 Cora md. Whyman Prest of Moose River Gold Mines. They have 2 sons and 4 daus.
*375-4 Ethel b at Schumacher, Ontario.
*376-5 Daisy b
*377-6 Ella b
372-1 Wilfred md. Mary Simmons of Regina. They have 2 children.
373-2 Eva md. George Simmons of Regina. They have 11 children.
374-3 Ralph md. Olive Tate of Kitchener, Ont. No issue.
375-4 Ethel md. Jean Chevirer of Dome Medes, Ont. They have 3 children.
376-5 Daisy md. Robert Pines of Shakespeare, Ont. They have 3 children.
377-6 Ella md. Ronald MacPherson of Timmons, Ont. They have 6 children. Cora now lives in Vancouver, B.C., 1980.
294-3 Mary (1st dau. Of James and Rebecca Whidden Reid) md. Mr. Matheson of Maine.
They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
379-2 Chester died young
295-4 Elizabeth md. and lived in New York. She had 2 sons and 1 dau.
381-1 Herbert W. b 1886 - Dec. 14, 1963
381-8 Herbert md. Annie Mae Bryson. They lived in Truro, then moved to Milford, N.H.
He died Dec. 14, 1963, age 77 yrs. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
384-1 Herbert M. of Cambridge, Mass.
385-2 Ernest M. of Roslindale, Mass.
386-3 John B. of Milford, N.H.
387-4 Frank A. of Amherst,
388-5 Paul S. of U.S. Navy in Florida
389-6 Mrs. Evelyn M. Goodwin, Sommerville, Mass.
390-7 Mrs. Marjorie P. Imboro of Readville, Mass.
391-8 Mrs. Mary P. Miller, West Boylston, Mass.
Herbert was buried in Lakeside Cemetery in Brookline, N.H.
6-5 William (4th son of James and Jane Whidden Reid) md. Sarah Margaret McCurdy (1828-1914) on Jan. 13, 1856. He purchased the mill property in Reid Settlement from Alexander Stewart, the farm where Munroe White lives, in 1983. Their two eldest sons were born here. William sold the property to his brother Robert and purchased the John Lindsay farm where Lester Dickie now resides. Five more children were born here. William died at the age of 43 years and his wife died in her 86th year. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
*392-1 Alexander J. b Jan. 10, 1854 - 1938
*393-2 Rupert H. b Oct. 2, 1855 - Jan. 6, 1949
*394-3 John B. b Feb. 3, 1858 - 1860
*395-4 Daniel - b Feb. 21, 1860 - Jan. 17, 1941
*396-5 Janet McCurdy b Oct. 3, 1863 -
*397-6 Marion b Mar. 3, 1866 - April 13, 1959
*398-7 Edgar M. b Dec. 18, 1868 - 1900
392-1 Alexander (1st son of William and Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. 1st Bessie Guild, dau. of Alexander and Eliza Guild. He inherited his father's farm and also carried on a general store in Middle Musquodoboit. Later he moved to Milford and then to Shubenacadie where he also operated a store. They had 6 sons and 4 daus.
*399-1 Bertha b Oct. 17, 1879 - Oct. 1, 1959
*400-2 Mary b Aug. 28, 1881 - July 10, 1962
*401-3 William Arthur b Apr. 9, 1883 - Feb, 26, 1956
*402-4 Robert Sedgewick b Dec. 15, 1887- Apr. 9, 1952
*403-5 Charles Gordon b Jan. 1, 1890 - Apr. 24, 1952
*404-6 Alfred Edward b Nov. 28, 1891 - 1935
*405-7 Ralph Douglas b Apr. 2, 1893 - May 9, 1916
*406-8 Sarah Margaret b Jan. 16, 1896 -
*407-9 Agnes Edith b May 28, 1898 -
*408-10 Harold Alexander b Apr. 17, 1900 -
Alexander md. 2nd Margaret MacLean, R.N., dau. of Dr. Duncan MacLean of Shubenacadie. No issue.
399-1 Bertha md George Hanna McFetridge, son of John A. McFetridge and Ellen Leck. They moved to B.C. to a dairy farm. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
*409-1 Grace Helen b Sept. 19, 1900
*410-2 Edith Bessie b Oct. 22, 1901
*411-3 Howard Lawrence b July 3, 1903 - Dec. 10, 1903
*412-4 Norman Leck b July 1, 1906
*413-5 Ronald Gordon b Jan. 9, 1909
*414-6 Alice Bertha
After Mr. McFetridge died, Bertha md. 2nd Harry McFetridge of Middle Musquodoboit. She died in Chilliwack in 1959.
409-1 Grace md. Frank Sanderson. They lived in Edmonton, Alta. No issue.
410-2 Edith md. Morton Harrison Gladwin, Middle Musquodoboit. No issue.
412-4 Norman md. Vera Dumvill. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
415-1 John Edgar (deceased)
416-2 Donald George md. Alayne Tannahill - 3 sons and 2 daus.
417-3 Carol Jeanette md. Ken Mathias - 1 son and 1 dau.
418-4 Marilyn Grace md. Mitchell Hanks - no issue.
413-5 Ronald md. Irene MacLeod. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
419-1 Harold Gordon
420-2 Heather Grace
421-3 Catherine Helen
414-6 Alice md. Harold Leighton of Courtenay, B.C. They had 1 son.
422-1 Arthur Wallace md. Bonny Carroll - 4 sons and 2 daus.
Alice md. 2nd William Leighton of Courtenay, B.C. They had 1 son.
423-1 Gordon Wyles
400-2 Mary md. John Burris Archibald on Jan. 8, 1902. They operated a farm in Brookvale - later retired and lived in Middle Musquodoboit. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
*424-1 Elizabeth Guild
*425-2 Ira Douglas b Aug. 27, 1916 - Dec. 30, 1961
424-1 Elizabeth md. Orville Pulsifer of Brookvale. They have 1 son.
425-2 Douglas md. Olga Cavicchi of Meagher's Grant. Douglas operated his father's farm - later sold it and moved to Middle Musquodoboit where he started a saw mill. He was also a councillor until his death in 1961. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
401-3 William Arthur md. Cora Jane Taylor (dau. of Malcom Taylor of Middle Musquodoboit. Cora was born Jan. 22, 1881. They had 3 sons and 5 daus.
*432-1 Helen Bertha b Aug. 24, 1906
*433-2 Della Mae b May 30, 1908
*434-3 Dorothy Alberta
*435-4 Alexander Malcolm
*436-5 Violet Bessie b Sept. 18, 1913 - May 10, 1946
*437-6 Gordon Douglas b -----
*438-7 Mary Louise
*439-8 John Harold
432-1 Helen md. Stanley Nelson Jackson (b Aug, 30, 1904) on Nov.28, 1924. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
*440-1 Donald Ralph
*441-2 Cora Louise
*442-3 Norma Helen
440-1 Donald md. Ethel Olsen. They were md. May 17, 1945 and have 5 daus.
443-1 Valerie Ann
444-2 Donna May
445-3 Leanne Peggy
447-5 Carrie Louise
441-2 Cora md. Boyd Harley Hammer on April 15, 1955. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
448-1 Deborah Ann
449-2 Vincent Stanley
442-3 Norma md. Joseph Abel. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
450-1 Irene Helen
451-2 Joseph Russell
433-2 Della md. William Jackson of Wawanesa, Man. They were md. June 17, 1931 and have 1 son and 1 dau.
*452-1 Tryphena Mary
*453-2 James Graham
452-1 Tryphena was born in Lethbridge. She md. Jack Weintz. 2 daus.
454-1 Judith Lynne twin
455-2 Jill Eileen twin
453-2 James was born in Lethbridge, Alta. He md. Hilda Perchtold on June 7, 1958. 1 son and 1 dau.
456-1 Steven William John
457-2 Charlene Ann
434-3 Dorothy md. Thomas James Sanderson on July 12, 1932 in Chilliwack, B.C. He was the principal of Burnaby North High School. 1 son and 1 dau.
459-2 Margaret Ellen
459-2 Margaret is a primary teacher in Burnaby.
435-4 Alexander md. Vera Edith Merritt, Chilliwack, B.C. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
460-1 Ronald Arthur
461-2 Linda Faye
460-1 Ronald md. Valeri Clark. They live in Princeton, B.C. and have 1 dau.
462-1 Lorraine Ann
436-5 Violet was born in Consort, Alta. She md. Lyle Vail, Sumas, Washington. They had 1 son and 2 daus. She died in 1946
*464-2 Doris Jeane
*465-3 Tamara - unmarried
463-1 Larry has 1 son and 1 dau.
464-2 Doris md. B Everson, Wash. She has 3 daus.
437-6 Gordon md. Jean Alice Collins in 1936. They were divorced in 1946. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*446-1 Gary Douglas
*445-3 Sharon - unmarried
Gordon md. 2nd Hazel Lillian Shields, they had 1 son and 1 dau.
446-4 Sheila Violet
447-5 Charles William
443-1 Gary md. Elizabeth Ann Andermott on June 23, 1958. They have 2 sons.
448-1 Robert Douglas
449-2 Dennis Lee
438-7 Mary md. Richard C. Hannah, Vancouver, B.C. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
450-1 Monte Arthur b Chilliwack, B.C.
451-2 Heather Jayne b Chilliwack, B.C.
450-1 Monte md. Josephine Jeanette Marchildon on Aug. 28, 1959. They have 2 sons.
452-1 Mark Edward
453-2 Brad Richard
439-8 John md. Lorraine Tournier. They have 1 dau. They live in California.
454-1 Barrie Lynn
402-4 Robert Sedgewick md. Emma Jean Seeton (Apr. 24, 1890 - Apr. 3, 1959) in 1910. They had 5 daus. and 1 son.
*455-1 Edith Margaret
*456-2 Gertrude Blanche
*457-3 Agnes Jean b Jan. 1, 1915 - Apr. 26, 1917
*458-4 Lola Seeton
*459-5 Carl Roderick
*460-6 Dorothy Mae
455-1 Edith md. John Edmund Scott on Oct. 14, 1934. They have 1 son.
461-1 Donald Edward
456-2 Gertrude md. Samuel Murray McPhee on Dec. 7, 1946. No issue.
458-4 Lola md. Ralph Victor Courtney on Dec. 12, 1945. They have 3 daus. and 1 son.
462-1 Nancy Lee
463-2 Patricia Gail
464-3 William Reid
465-4 Miriam Jane
459-5 Carl md. Olive Parker on Sept. 2, 1952. They have 1 son.
466-1 Michael Wayne
460-6 Dorothy md. Melvin Edward Clark on May 28, 1949. They have 1 son.
467-1 James Melvin
403-5 Charles Gordon (3rd son of Alexander J. and Bessie Guild Reid) was born in Brookvale. He served with the 85th Battallion during World War 1 and while in England md. Ethel Kirk (b Oct. 2, 1895) dau. of Henry and Emilie Kirk of Belper, Derbyshire. Charles died in Halifax in 1952. 3 daus. And 1 son.
*468-1 Joan Anne
*469-2 James Layton b May 21, 1921 - Dec. 17, 1956
*471-4 Betty Gordon
468-1 Joan md. John Roderick Marvin, life insurance manager. John was born in Woodside. They live in Moncton, N.B. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
472-1 John Charles
473-2 Paul Roderick
474-3 Bernard Alexander
475-4 Joann Mary
469-2 James md. Marjorie Elizabeth Banks of Belper, Derbyshire. 2 sons.
476-1 James Robert
477-2 Phillip Banks
470-3 Muriel md. John Reginald Moore of Economy, Col. Co. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
478-1 Gordon Reid
479-2 Olga Brenda
480-3 Michael Henry
471-4 Betty md. Favell Clinton Annand of Milford Station. They live in Armdale, Halifax Co. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
481-1 David Kirk
482-2 Wendy Joan
404-6 Alfred E. (4th son of Alexander J. & Bessie Guild Reid) md. Ruth Emma Kerr, 1913, dau. Of John T. Kerr of Milford. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
*483-1 Marilla Margaret
*484-2 Ralph Gordon
*485-3 Earle R. b Mar. 31, 1919 - Mar. 31, 1949 R.C.A.F.
*486-4 Ronald Alfred
483-1 Marilla md. Allen R. Grant, they live in Dartmouth. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
488-1 Anna Ruth
484-2 Ralph md. Leola G. Benjamin. He operated his father's store in Milford. They have 3 daus. and 1 son.
486-4 Ronald md. Florence Kerr. They have 4 sons and 2 daus.
498-5 Bruce twin
499-6 Brenda twin
487-5 James md. Enid Stewart. They have 3 sons.
405-7 Ralph Douglas (5th son of Alexander J. & Bessie Guild Reid) was killed in action,
Vimy on May 9, 1916.
406-8 Sarah Margaret (3rd dau. of Alexander J. & Bessie Guild Reid) md. George L. Hart of Shubenacadie. They have 3 sons and 2 daus.
503-1 Gerald Wilson
504-2 Ralph Reid
505-3 Elizabeth Guild
506-4 Harold A.
507-5 Ruth M.
407-9 Agnes Edith (4th dau. of Alexander J. & Bessie Guild Reid) md. Frederick Alexander Etter (b Nov. 19, 1881) at Shubenacadie on July 4, 1922. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
*509-1 Stanley Alexander
*510-2 Elizabeth Jean
*511-3 Nancy Terry
509-1 Stanley is a farmer in Shubenacadie. He md. Lorna Estelle Wallace, dau. of Howard Wallace, North Salem, N.S. on Nov. 10, 1950. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
512-1 Janice Lee
513-2 Stephen Wallace
514-3 Marianne Louise
515-4 Tracy Reid
510-2 Elizabeth Jean md. Douglas Carleton son of Carleton & Lou Maybee of Sydenham, Ont. They have 2 sons.
516- Frederick Carleton
517-2 Brian Reid
511-3 Nancy Terry md. Avard Ross (son of Osborne & Lois Ettinger of Mill Village, Hants Co.) They have 1 son and 3 daus.
518-1 Terry Elizabeth
519-2 Philip Murray
520-3 Debra Edith
521-4 Barbara Lois
408-10 Harold Alexander (6th son of Alexander J. & Bessie Guild Reid) was a merchant in Shubenacadie. He md. Margaret Isabel Snide. They have 3 sons and 2 daus.
*522-1 Donald Snide
*523-2 Alexander Gould
*524-3 Kathryn Louise
*525-4 Sheila Margaret
*526-5 Rufus Douglas
522-1 Donald md. Jemima MacDonald. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
527-1 George Wightman Alexander
528-2 Harold MacMeekin
529-3 Mary Margaret
523-2 Alexander Gould is an ordained minister. He md. Mary Whitelaw. They have 1
son and 1 dau.
530-1 James Whidden
531-2 Lelie Margaret
524-3 Kathryn Louise md. John Charteris Dawson. They have 2 sons and 2 dau.
532-1 David Reid
533-2 Jane Margaret
534-3 John Gregory
525-4 Sheila Margaret md. Gordon Alexander MacKinnon. They have 1 son and 3 daus.
536-2 Kathryn Anne
537-3 Graham Keith
538-4 Alison Ruth
526-5 Rufus Douglas is a teacher. He md. Audrey Geneva Estabrooks. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
539-1 Michael Douglas
540-2 Richard Keith
541-3 Kimberley Ann
393-2 Rupert H. (2nd son of William & Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. Elizabeth Archibald (dau. of Mathew Archibald). They had 1 son and 2 daus.
*542-1 Matthew Archibald b Feb. 6, 1881 - Dec. 12, 196-
*543-2 Ada Mary b Nov. 2, 1879 - Dec. 1959
*544-3 Margaret b Aug. 29, 1882 - 1910
He md. 2nd Sarah Bertha McCurdy. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
*545-4 Alice Cairns b Dec. 31, 1886 -
*546-5 Warren Percival b Dec. 20, 1890 -
*547-6 Henry Douglas b Mar. 5, 1898 - Aug. 18, 1956
*548-7 John Gordon b 1894 - 1895
His second wife died in 1931. Rupert is buried in Truro in the Robie St. Cemetery.
542-1 Matthew Archibald (1st son of Rupert & Elizabeth Archibald Reid) md. Elizabeth
Mackinnon of Belmont, N.S. They have 1 son.
548-1 Donald md. Rhoda -------. They have 1 son.
549-1 Robert is an ordained minister.
543-2 Ada Mary (1st dau. of Rupert & Elizabeth Archibald Reid) md. Ernest Nickerson of Shag Harbour in 1901. They had 1 dau. and 3 sons.
550-1 Edith (Mrs. H. K. Mosher of Halifax)
551-2 Harold of Halifax
552-3 Ralph of Sydney
553-4 Allan, Wolfville
Ada is buried in Shag Harbour, Shelburne Co.
544-3 Margaret (2nd dau. of Rupert & Elizabeth Archibald Reid) md. Wilson Creelman. She died in Halifax in 1910. No issue
545-4 Alice Cairns (3rd dau. of Rupert & 1st dau. of Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. Baxter Fraser of Tatamagouche. No issue.
546-5 Warren Percival (2nd son of Rupert & 1st son of Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. Janet McCurdy. 1 dau. Margaret who md. Guy Tanner.
547-6 Henry Douglas (3rd son of Rupert & 2nd son of Sarah McCurdy Reid) was a doctor. He md. Jean Sutherland of Malagash. They had 1 son and
*554-1 Thora Alice
*555-2 Neil Douglas
*556-3 Marjorie McCurdy
*557-4 Mary Elinor (Mrs. I. H. Mitchell, Kleinburg, Ont.)
554-1 Thora Alice md. Capt. H. G. Spragg on Jan. 15, 1949. They have 2 daus. and 1 son.
558-1 Margaret Jean
559-2 Patricia Ann
560-3 Robert Neil
555-2 Neil Douglas Reid is a medical doctor. He md. Carolyn Lohnes on Oct. 2, 1954. They have 2 daus. and 1 son.
561-1 Heather Jean
562-2 Douglas Bryson
563-3 Marjorie Carolyn
556-3 Marjorie McCurdy md. Peter Tudhope on Aug. 25, 1961. No issue.
394-3 John (3rd son of William & Sarah McCurdy Reid) died young.
395-4 Daniel (4th son of William & Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. Margaret Johnson Sutherland. Daniel and Margaret Reid had 3 daus. and 5 sons.
*564-1 Annie Morton Sutherland b Sept. 12, 1887 Nov. 21, 1894
*565-2 Sarah Margaret b Mar. 8, 1889
*566-3 John Burris b Mar. 15, 1890 - Nov. 8, 1954
*567-4 Ralph Kenneth b Mar. 27, 1892 - Nov. 1971
*568-5 Sutherland Gower b Sept. 17, 1893
*569-6 Donald Calderwood b Jan. 4, 1895 - Sept. 25, 1918
*570-7 Daniel Spencer b Oct. 6, 1896 - Oct. 30, 1917
*571-8 Jessie Eliza Chambers b Jan. 16, 1899 - May 21, 1963
Daniel's wife died May 27, 1913, she was born 1858. He md. 2nd Mrs. Murray Beck of West Branch, Pictou Co. No issue. She died in 1929.
564-1 Annie died when 7 years old.
565-2 Sarah Margaret md. Charles Hedley Penn Williston of Halifax on Nov. 16, 1916. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
572-1 Donald Hedley - Medical Doctor.
573-2 Margaret Louise
574-3 Joan Marie
572-1 Donald Hedley md. 1st Margaret Louise Linde of Chicago on Mar. 19, 1949. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
Donald md. 2nd Dr. Barbara Moss.
573-2 Margaret Louise md. Harold Gilbert Tomsitt of Vancouver. They live in Seattle, Wash. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
577-1 Martin Edward
578-2 Joan Louise
579-3 Robert David
580-4 Charles Donald
574-3 Joan Marie md. Charles Tress. They live in Toronto. They have
2 sons and 1 dau.
581-1 Susan Joan
582-2 Charles Edward
583-3 Kenneth Williston
566-3 John Burris Reid graduated from Dalhousie Medical College in 1914. He md. Caroline MacLean of Halifax, on Dec. 18, 1915. He died in 1954. Caroline and John had 1 son and 1 dau.
*583-1 John Burris
*584-2 Helen Margaret
583-1 John Burris md. 1st Jean Burnham of Florenceville, N.B. He graduated from Dalhousie Medical School and practices in Truro, N.S. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
585-1 John William
586-2 Robert Matthew died young
John md 2nd Mrs. Eric Archibald of Truro.
584-2 Helen Margaret graduated from Acadia with B.A. She md. David Milligan. David is a professor at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Truro. They have 2 daus.
591-2 Connie - Mrs. McCormick
567-4 Ralph Kenneth md. Jennie Harrison. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
592-1 Daniel Spencer
593-2 James Kenneth
594-3 Carolyn Georgie Margaret
592-1 Daniel md. Marie MacDonald, 3 children. He's a doctor in Pictou.
593-2 James md. Estelle Currie of Dominion, C.B., 3 children. He operates a store in Middle Musquodoboit.
594-3 Carolyn md. Frank Melanson, 2 children. They live in Truro.
568-5 Sutherland Gower md. Gladys May Knowles on Nov. 18, 1942. No issue.
569-6 Donald Calderwood was killed in action, 1918. Buried at "D" Amiens Cemetery, France.
570-7 Daniel Spencer was killed in action at Paschendale Ridge, France in 1917. Buried at British Tyn Cot Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium.
571-8 Jessie R.N. unmarried. She died May 21, 1962 aged 63 years.
396-5 Janet McCurdy (1st dau. of William & Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. Pineo Fleming. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
*596-2 Sarah Maude b 1884 d Oct. 16, 1963
*598-4 Carrie b ---- d Apr. 17, 1942
595-1 Edgar md. Catherine Victoria Fraser of Halifax. No issue.
596-2 Sarah Maude md. Weldon Dickie of Middle Stewiacke. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
599-1 Geraldine (Mrs. Victor Burrows) of Brookfield.
600-2 Stanley of Middle Stewiacke
597-3 Jean md. Clarence E. Pearson of Upper Stewiacke in Boston, Mass. on June 25, 1919. They had 2 sons.
*601-1 William Edward
*602-2 George Edgar b Jan. 10, 1922 -1963
Clarence Pearson died and Jean md. 2nd Jack L. Askins. They were divorced and Jean md. 3rd John Pepin, Dec. 10, 1963 in Waltham Mass.
601-1 William Edward md. Helen Meinhart of Brighton, Mass. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
603-1 Linda Carolyn
604-2 William Edward
605-3 Dale Fleming They live in Millis, Mass.
602-2 George Edgar md. Helen Scannell. They live in Waltham, Mass. and have 1 son.
606-1 Richard Edward
598-4 Carrie md. Arnold Ernest of Lunenburg. They have 1 dau.
*607-1 Catherine McCurdy
Mr. Ernest was killed in a plane crash off the coast of Newfoundland. Carrie md. 2nd
Lewis Brenton of Middle Stewiacke. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
*608-1 Iris Jean
*609-2 Donald Lewis
607-1 Catherine md. John H. Shannon, Mahone Bay, 1980.
608-1 Iris md. William Wade of Springfield, Mass. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
610-1 Carol Jean
611-2 William Alan
612-3 Susan Catherine
613-4 Steven Marshall
609-2 Donald md. Virginia Smith. They live in Hanover, Mass. They have 1 son.
614-1 Donald Lewis
397-6 Marion (2nd dau. of William and Sarah McCurdy Reid) md. Edgar Archibald. Her descendants are listed in the Samuel Fisher Archibald history.
398-7 Edgar (5th son of William & Sarah McCurdy Reid) moved to Oakland, California. He md. Abbie Jane Reid. No issue. He died in 1900.
7-6 Hugh Graham (5th son of James & Jane Whidden Reid) md. Margaret Mary Guild on Oct. 27, 1853, (July 22, 1833 - Mar. 5, 1919). They settled first on part of his father's property, Brookvale, and carried on tanning and farming. They lived to be about 85 years of age and both died at the home of their son Matthew in Middle Musquodoboit. They had 6 sons and 6 daus.
615-1 Elizabeth Jane b. June 26, 1854 - Feb. 22, 1909
*616-2 John Alexander b. Apr. 29, 1856 - Feb. 27, 1857
*617-3 Matthew Taylor b. Apr. 29. 1858- May 8, 1949
*618-4 Lorenzo Riddle b. Feb. 4, 1860 - Dec. 31, 1923
*619-5 Margaret Adela b/ Feb/ 2. 1862-Sept. 5, 1934
*620-6 Lillian b/ Feb/ 23. 1864 - Nov. 20, 1952
*621-7 Mary L. b. Dec. 1, 1865- May 13, 1897
*622-8 Alonzo Ambrose b. July 27, 1866-July 4, 1892. Buried Maaderia, Calif.
*623-9 Amy Winifred b Nov 21, 1873- Mar. 19, 1961
*624-10 William Guild b Feb. 5, 1873 - Apr. 30,1874
*625-11 Jennet Harriet b Sept. 19, 1875 - Feb. 14, 1880
626-12 James Sidney b Mar. 31, 1878 - Apr. 2, 1962
615-1 Elizabeth Jane (1st dau. of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. George E. Spauling on Sept. 23, 1882. According to baptismal records there were 1 son and 2 daus.
627-1 Elsie Jane b June 20, 1885
628-2 Sewell Stowers b Jan. 1, 1887
629-3 Margaret Touquay b Oct. 3, 1888
617-3 Matthew Taylor (2nd son of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. 1st Elizabeth M. Mingo on Nov. 1, 1887. They had 1 dau.
630-1 Maud died Feb. 21, 1890 age 15 months. Elizabeth died June 20, 1890 age 28 years. Matthew md. 2nd Florence Christina Ross of Cape Breton. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*632-2 Ervin Taylor b July 5, 1895
*633-3 Elsie Coudry
631-1 Arthur md. --------- and lived in Montreal, no issue.
632-2 Ervin md. Helen ------. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
635-2 Willa Myra
633-3 Elsie md. Robert Guild. She was his second wife. Robert and Elsie had 2 sons and 3 daus. Robert was a blacksmith here and later was postmaster until his de ath. He died in 1943.
*638-1 Marguerite died in her teens
*639-2 Ronald Matthew
*640-3 Arthur Murray
*641-4 Hazel Jean
*642-5 Eleanor Mae
639-2 Ronald Matthew md. Myrtle Smith of Stewiacke. He is a mechanic in Middle Musquodoboit. They have 2 daus.
643-1 Patricia md. Brian Leslie
644-2 Robin md. Bennie Hutchinson
640-3 Arthur Murray is in the American Army. He md. ---------. They have 2 children.
641-4 Hazel Jean md. George Newman of Ontario. They have 1 son.
642-5 Eleanor Mae md. Cyril Day of Musquodoboit Harbour. They have 3 daus. and 1 son.
649-2 Betty Ann
Mathew md. 3rd Elizabeth Fulton of Stewiacke. No issue. Matthew died May 8, 1949 age 91 years.
618-4 Lorenzo Riddle (3rd son of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. Elizabeth Bates on Oct. 3, 1900. He was killed in Dickie's mill in Stewiacke. They had 1 dau. and 2 sons.
651-1 Mary died young
652-2 Stuart lives in Truro, md. Venita Caldwell
Walter Reid md. Bessie Kellough of Shubenacadie. They have 1 son.
-1 Douglas Walter
619-5 Margaret Adela (2nd dau. of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. Adam McLeod on July 4, 1887. They had 1 son and 2 daus. She resided in St. Paul, Minnesota with her only son.
654-1 Jennie md. William Ervin of Stewiacke
655-2 Susan - unmarried
656-3 Wyman of St. Paul, Minnesota
620-6 Lillian md. Albion S. Kent on Nov. 14, 1881. Albion had the contract for driving the mail between Shubenacadie and Dean from 1881 to 1889. After that he lived in Great Village until his death. They had 6 sons and 6 daus.
657-1 Ira Blair in Amherst b 1882
658-2 Wynam Merrill in Vancouver, B.C. b 1884
659-3 Margaret Lillian b 1886
660-4 Harriet Ruth b 1888 - 1890
661-5 Daniel Ray in Alberta b 1889
662-6 Clare Adela b 1891
663-7 William Dave in Great Village b 1893
664-8 Albion Glenross in Mass. b 1895
665-9 Mary Enid b 1897
666-10 James McLean in Ontario b 1900
667-11 Sarah b 1904 (Mrs. Robert William of New Glasgow)
668-12 Florence Elizabeth b 1901 (Mrs. James Murphy of B.C.)
621-7 Mary L. (4th dau. of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. John Fisher on Mar. 14, 1889. She is buried in Elderbank. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
669-1 Adella (Mrs. George Meagher) of Waverly
670-2 Margaret (Mrs. Walter Lock of Calgary)
671-3 Mildred (Mrs. Harry Matthews of Calgary)
672-4 George died of wounds, in France, 1916
674-6 Albion died in infancy
622-8 Alonzo Ambrose (4th son of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. Catherine George of California on May 13, 1897. They had 1 son.
623-9 Amy Winifred (5th dau. of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. John Geddes Mingo of Denmark, N.S. They had 2 daus.
677-2 Gladys (Mrs. Smith of Ontario) Mr. Mingo died, she md. 2nd Howard Mingo
of Denmark, N.S. They had 6 sons and 1 dau.
626-12 James Sidney (6th son of Hugh & Margaret Guild Reid) md. Mabel Jeffers on June 5, 1905. He operated a store in Truro. He died in 1962.
They had 4 daus.
685-1 Margaret (Mrs. Wilfred Currie)
686-2 Helen Louise (Mrs. J. W. Davidson) died in 1958
687-3 Thelma died in 1959
688-4 Florence (Mrs. Stephen Szrion)
8-7 Alexander David (6th son of James & Jane Whidden Reid) died unmarried at the age of 25 years. He is buried in pioneer Cemetery.
9-8 Robert M. (7th son of James & Jane Whidden Reid) md. Mary Ann Archibald on Nov. 12, 1856. He lived where Munroe White lives, 1980..Robert presented Middleton Church with its fine bell as a memorial to his wife. Robert and Mary Ann had 4 sons and 5 daus.
*689-1 James William b 1858 - Oct. 29, 1933
*691-3 Nancy Archibald b Apr. 7, 1872 - June 28, 1933
*692-4 Edward Robert b 1875 - Jan. 23, 1958
*693-5 Alexander David b 1861 - Oct. 11, 1922
*695-7 Henry Adams b Mar. 26, 1864 - Aug. 9, 1946
*696-8 Nancy d July 31, 1869 - age 14 months
*697-9 Harriet A. d Oct. 23, 1870 - age 6 months
689-1 James William (1st son of Robert & Mary Ann Archibald Reid) graduated from Dalhousie Medical School. He md. 1st Mary Faulkner. They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
*698-1 James W.
*699-2 A.R. b Oct. 1897 - 1942
701-4 Violet (Mrs. Gerald Foster of Ottawa)
702-5 Elizabeth died unmarried
703-6 Gladys, unmarried
Dr. James W. md. 2nd Elizabeth Smith, dau. of Charles DeWolfe Smith. No issue.
698-1 James W. graduated from Dalhousie Medical College. He practices in Halifax. He md. Mildred ------. 2 children,
699-2 A. R graduated from Dalhousie Medical College. He had a large practice in Windsor. He md. Helen Watson. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
690-2 Laura (1st dau. Of Robert & Mary Ann Archibald Reid) md. William David McCurdy on Sept. 18, 1888. They lived in Old Barns, Col. Co. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
*708-1 James Robert b July 12, 1889-1894
*709-2 Edward Percy b June 1, 1891
*710-3 Eva b July 31, 1895
*711-4 William Harold b Aug. 1 1897 –
*712-5 Emily Amelia b. Aug. 11, 1900 - Sept. 8, 1914
*713-6 George R. b July 21, 1902
*714-7 Margaret b July 30, 1905
708-1 James Robert died accidentally at Clifton at the age of five years.
709-2 Edward Percy is a farmer in Clifton, Col. Co. He md. Mary Sutherland. They had 3 children. 2 died in infancy.
715-1 Percy Allison b Feb. 26,
-2 Marion Laura (Mrs. John R. Taylor)
710-3 Eva md. George S. Hill. They live in Onslow. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
716-1 Margaret Allene
718-3 Charles Reid
719-4 George Edward
720-5 Robert Daniel b
711-4 William Harold is a Ph.D. of Bloomfield, New Jersey. He md. Eva Micklewright of Halifax. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
721-1 Gerald Lewis
713-6 George R. md. 1st Phyllis Fox. No Issue. He md. 2nd Pearl Lewis. They have one son and 2 daus.
714-7 Margaret graduated from Dalhousie with her B. Sc. in April 1923. She md. Struan Robertson, Newark, New Jersey. They had 1 dau.
727-1 Susan Jean (Mrs. Milton E. Vay)
691-3 Nancy A. (2nd dau. Of Robert & Mary Ann Archibald Reid) md. Alfred Burke Wallace (March 22, 1872 - Jan. 1946) on Sept. 4, 1900. They had 1 son, 3 daus.
*728-1 Ernest Leslie b June 16, 1901
*729-2 Ruth Alfreda b Nov. 4, 1904 - Aug. 10, 1951
*730-3 Frances Marcia b Dec. 18, 1907 is a teacher.
*731-4 Isabell Helen is a teacher.
728-1 Ernest Leslie md. Anne Matilda Woodworth. They live in Milford, Hants Co. N.S. They have 1 dau. and 4 sons.
*732-1 Nancy Elizabeth
733-2 James David
734-3 Alfred Ernest
735-4 Edwin Leigh
736-5 William Woodworth
732-1 Nancy Elizabeth md. Herbert Thomas Doane son of Mr. & Mrs. John Doane of Truro. They have 2 sons.
737-1 Geoffry Thomas
738-2 John Robert
733-2 James David md. Margaret Eileen Jakeman of Milford. They have 2 daus.
739-1 Barbara Joan
740-2 Janet Ruth
729-2 Ruth Alfreda was Matron of the Halifax Tuberculosis Hospital. She died in 1951. During World War 11 she served as a nursing sister with the R.C.A.F.
692-4 Edward Robert (2nd son of Robert & Mary Ann Archibald Reid) attended Kings College at Windsor, where later he entered the Union Bank. He md. Asenath Mabel Holmes (Jan. 13, 1877 - June 8, 1956). They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
*741-1 Jean b Jan. 27, 1898
*742-2 Howard Edward b Apr. 22, 1901 - Nov. 28, 1964, died 1964, Dallas, Texas.
*743-3 Evelyn Mabel b July 2, 1902 - Sept. 15, 1902
744-4 Robert Grant b Mar. 31, 1904
741-1 Jean graduated with her B. A. from McGill. She md. Alexander Jackson MacLachlan M.D.C.M. (McGill) on July 14, 1942. No issue. He died July 31, 1951. Jean md. 2nd Hugh MacKay on Mar. 3, 1954. He died Sept. 27, 1962. Jean now resides in Cloverdale, B.C.
742-2 Howard graduated from McGill with B.Sc. He resides [in] Ontario. He md. Ruth Frances Ladore. Howard and Ruth have 1 dau.
745-1 Judith Doris. Judith Doris md. Jeremy James Fitzpatrick
M.E. of Cornell. They have 2 Daus
744-4 Robert Grant graduated from McGill (M.D.C.M.) He was Lieut. Colonel R.C.A.M.C. W.W. 2, Urologist-in-chief of Montreal General Hospital, also Associate Professor of Urology, McGill University. He md. Ruth Alexandra Williamson, B.A., Sept. 26, 1936. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
748-1 Donald Walter
749-2 Sheila Jean
693-5 Alexander David (3rd son of Robert & Mary Ann Archibald Reid) md. 1st Mary Ellen (Bates) Taylor on Jan. 22 1894. She was the widow of Malcolm Taylor. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
*750-1 Aubrey Chester b Oct. 23, 1894
*751-2 Gladys May b Sept. 15, 1897
*752-3 Mary Ann b Apr. 22, 1900-1909
*753-4 Mary Ellen Bates b Dec. 31, 1901
Alexander and Mary Ellen settled on the former Seward Pulsifer property (Van Wychen, 1980) in Brookvale. Mary Ellen died. Alexander md. 2nd Grace Hubley Kentivator in 1906. By this marriage there was 1 dau.
754-5 Mary Carson b May 3, 1907
His second wife died Nov. 1907. Alexander md. 3rd Margaret MacDonald, June 30 1909. No issue. She died Feb. 5 1912. Alexander md. 4th Sarah C. C. McQuarrie, Nov. 2, 1915. No issue. He died in 1922, is buried in Caledonia, Guys Co., where he spent his last years.
750-1 Aubrey Chester md. Cora Lorraine Cameron of Moser’s River. They had 1 dau.
755-1 Sarah Gwendolyn. Sarah md. David W. Bartlett, they live in
Greenfield, Mass. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
756-1 Judith Bess (Mrs. Daniel Lone of Quincy, Mass.)
757-2 Douglas Reid
751-2 Gladys May lives in New York, unmarried.
752-3 Mary Ann died, the same year as her mother, Mary Ellen Bates Taylor Reid.
753-4 Mary Ellen Bates md. Arthur Daye and lived in Windsor Junction. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
758-1 Eileen md. James McDuff of Lunenburg. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
764-4 Mary Jane
759-2 Garnet md. ………. and lives in Halifax.
760-3 Gloria md. D. G. Ferguson. They live in Winnipeg, Man.
754-5 Mary Carson md. Edward Beauman of Florida.
694-6 Ellen (3rd dau. Of Robert and Mary Ann Archibald Reid) md, Mr. Hartling of Eastern Shore. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
765-1 Edward md. -------, He lives in Halifax.
766-2 Daisy md. Dr. Barnhill, he practiced medicine in Cape Tormentine, N. B.
695-7 Henry Adams (4th son of Robert and Mary Ann Archibald Reid) went to Concord, Mass. in 1884 where he lived until 1905. He is buried in Stow, Mass. He md. Malinda A. Killam of Berwick N.S. in Boston on Dec. 7, 1892. She died April 1938. They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
*767-1 Edward Merle b Oct. 9, 1893
*768-2 Reta Jennie b Nov. 18, 1894
*769-3 Robert Archibald b Dec. 11, 1897
*770-4 Lillian Nancy b Feb. 19, 1901
*771-5 Mary Jane b Sept. 25, 1902
*772-6 Alice Winifred b Aug. 28, 1904
767-1 Edward Merle served in W.W. 1 in Canadian Infantry, 1915-1919 A.V.F.W. He md. Doris D. Oldrey of Holloway, London on April 8, 1919, then came to Medford, Mass. They had 3 sons.
*773-1 Roy Edward Merle
*774-2 Kenneth Alexander,
*775-3 Wallace Adams
773-1 Roy Edward Merle served in W.W.II. He md. Audrey Brown of Bellingham on July 27, 1942. They have 1 dau.
776-1 Fern Marilyn
774-2 Kenneth Alexander served in World War 11. He md. Irene Logue of Bellingham on July 27, 1947. Now residing in Varyville, Mass. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
777-1 Kenneth Alexander
778-2 Diane Renee
779-3 Dwight Francis
775-3 Wallace Adams served in W.W. 11. He md. Lena D. Mustone of Milford, Mass. On May 29, 1948. They have 2 daus.
780-1 Nancy Lynn
781-2 Sherrie Margaret
768-2 Reta Jennie graduated with B.Sc. in education at Boston University. She retired in 1961 after 48 years of teaching.
769-3 Robert Archibald went to work with his father after graduating from school, unmarried.
770-4 Lillian Nancy graduated from Jackson College of Tufts University with a B.Sc. degree in 1922. Unmarried – killed in a car accident Jan. 1962, after many years teaching in the U.S.A.
771-5 Mary Jane received her B.SC. degree at Columbia University, New York City in 1932 and M.Sc. of Education at Chicago University in 1943. Unmarried, she had a remarkable teaching career in the U.S.A. and abroad.
772-6 Alice Winfred attended Mt. Ida College. She md. Charles Stewart Ferguson June 19, 1930. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
782-1 Charles Stewart died in infancy
783-2 David Roy
784-3 Judith Elaine
10-9 Margaret Dorothy (2nd dau. Of James and Jane Whidden Reid) died young.
11-10 Elizabeth Jane (3rd dau. of James and Jane Whidden Reid) died young.
12-11 Mary (4th dau. of James and Jane Whidden Reid) md. William Hay on Nov. 13, 1856. William and Mary had 7 sons and 4 daus. Most of them were born in Murchyville on the Elmer Milne property – originally the site of the home of the pioneer William Hay – father of William. Mr. Hay died in Boston in 1900. Mary died in Danvers, Mass. in
1913. They are both buried in Westbrook, Maine. They spent their last years with children settled in the U.S.A.
*785-1 Eliza Jane b. Nov. 9, 1857 - Nov. 12, 1947
*786-2 Mary Jannette b Aug. 6, 1859 - Aug 31, 1932
*787-3 John Alexander b June 7, 1861- Dec. 17, 1862
*788-4 Susannah Cruickshank b Sept. 4, 1863 - June 14, 1960
*789-5 Robert Edmond b July 9, 1867 - Feb. 5, 1912
*790-6 James William b Sept. 19, 1865 - Aug. 28, 1880
*791-7 Alfred Dickie b Feb. 1, 1870 - June 11, 1902
*792-8 Walter Graham b Mar. 25, 1872 - Feb. 7, 1943
*793-9 Harriet Blanche b May 21, 1874 - Nov. 4, 1874
*794-10 Harry Francis Greeley b June 6, 1877
*795-11 Wyman Whittemore b Aug. 6, 1882 - June 5, 1893
785-1 Eliza Jane (1st dau. of William and Mary Reid Hay) managed the Western Union Office at South Station, Boston. She md. Clayton J. Bailey, a lawyer, Feb. 12, 1896. She died in 1947 in Brookline, Mass. No issue.
786-2 Mary Jannette (2nd dau. of William & Mary Reid Hay) md. William F. Greeley on Dec. 5, 1876. He managed a canning factory in N.S. and in Maine. He died in 1920 and she died in 1952 in Arlington, Mass. They had 3 daus. And 1 son. Two daus. Died in infancy.
*797-2 Julien Francis
796-1 Jannette md. George Nauman, No issue. She died July 1940 in Brookline, Mass.
797-2 Julien Francis md. Ruperta Boothy. They have 2 sons.
798-1 Robert graduated from Princeton University. He is married and has three children - lives in Milton, Mass.
799-2 William graduated from University of Maine. He is married and has 3 children – lives in Milton, Mass.
788-4 Susannah Cruickshank (4th dau. of William & Mary Reid Hay) studied telegraphy, managed the first Western Union office in Tangier. At the age of eighteen, Susannah was transferred to the Boston, Mass. Office. Later she md. Albert N. Parlin, who owned Magee Foundry. Susannah died in 1960 at the age of 96 years at her home, Portland, Maine. No issue.
789-5 Robert Edmond (2nd son of William & Mary Reid Hay) settled in Portland, Me. He md. Ella Coffey on Jan. 1, 1893. Robert was lost at sea on Feb. 5, 1912. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*802-3 Bailey died 1955
800-1 William was educated in Maine. He md. and had 1 son and 5 daus. He died 1950 in Mass.
*808-6 Dorothy died 1958
All the daus. and William’s widow live in Portland.
803-1 Robert is a graduate of the University of Maine. He lives in Andover, Mass. He is md. and has 3 sons and 1 dau.
804-2 Mary md.. Mr. Kelley and has 1 son.
805-3 Margaret md. Mr. Sawyer. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
806-4 Helen md. Mr. Farrell. They have 2 daus.
807-5 Susanne md. Mr. Obrien. They have 3 daus.
808-6 Dorothy md. Mr. MacKeil. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
801-2 Marie md. Mr. Hurley. They had 1 son
819-1 Robert is a graduate of Harvard University. He is married and has 2 daus. in Mass.
802-3 Bailey md. but no issue. He died 1955 in Mass.
791-7 Alfred Dickie (4th son of William & Mary Reid Hay). He md. Emma Bollong on Dec. 29, 1892. He died June 1902 in Portland, Maine, they had 2 sons and 1 dau.
*820-1 Lloyd G.
*822-3 Wyman died, at 7 years.
820-1 Lloyd G. became the adopted son of Walter G. Hay (his uncle) after the death of his father. Hay’s family 792-8.
821-2 Bessie graduated from Normal College in Nova Scotia and taught several years. Later md. Thomas Hartling. No issue.
792-8 Walter Graham (5th son of William & Mary Reid Hay) graduated from Pictou Academy, then entered Dartmouth College. He md. Cora E. Murdock on April 6, 1897. Walter died Feb. 7, 1943 in Portland, Maine, after a very successful business career. 2 children.
*820-1 Lloyd G.
820-1 Lloyd graduated from University of Maine. He succeeded his adopted father as funeral director of Hay & Peabody, Portland, Maine. He md. Ruth Libby, R. N. they have 2 daus.
824-1 Elizabeth Wilkinson
824-1 Elizabeth Wilkinson is a graduate of Colby College, she teaches in Portland schools.
823-2 Mary is md. lives in Portland and has a married son.
794-10 Harry Francis Greeley (6th son of William & Mary Reid Hay) started his career as a teacher. Harry md. 1st Grace B. Shatford, they had 1 son and 1 dau. Grace died Oct. 8, 1901 in Portland, Me.
*826-1 Walter F. W.
*827-2 Cora Gertrude
Harry md. 2nd Marion K. Stimson, on June 7, 1905. They had 2 sons and 1 dau. Edwin W. died in infancy.
*828-3 John W.
Marion died July 2, 1938 in Portland, Maine.
826-1 Walter F. W. graduated from Harvard Medical College. He md. Alice White. They had 4 sons. Walter was a specialist and practiced in Portland until his death Dec. 1944, aged 47.
*830-1 Walter F. W.
*831-2 Richard C.
*832-3 John A.
*833-4 Harry Graham
830-1 Walter F. W. graduated from Bowdoin College. He md. and has 2 sons and lives in Portland, Maine.
831-2 Richard C. graduated from Bowdoin College. He md. and lives in Portland.
832-3 John A. graduated from Bowdoin College. He is md. and has 1 son. He lives in Portland.
833-4 Harry Graham lives in Portland.
827-2 Cora Gertrude graduated from Boston University and taught for 26 years.
828-3 John W., a Bowdoin graduate, succeeded his father as a funeral director in Westbrook. He md. Effie Knowlton. They have:
834-1 Deborah (Mrs. Bird) – 1 son
835-2 Peter is md.
829-4 Virginia, a graduate of Wheaton College md. Rev. Fenwick L. Leavitt Jr. D.D. They live in Swampscott, Mass. They have 2 daus.
838-1 Joanna Powers
13-12 George (8th son of James & Jane Whidden Reid) inherited his father’s farm in Reid Settlement. He md. Martha Murphy (dau. of David Murphy of Reid Settlement) on Dec. 24, 1863. He sold the old homestead to George Bruce who sold it to Reuben Ellis. (Leslie Higgins, owner, 1980). They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
*840-1 Mary Alice b 1879-1904
841-2 Nettie Jane, b 1871-1910
842-3 Margaret Dorothy b 1876-1903
843-4 Annie Kaulback b 1880
844-5 David Evans b 1878
845-6 Wm. Alexander b 1882
846-7 Fred Charles b Oct. 4, 1864
847-8 John George b 1869-
-9 James Murphy b Dec. 13, 1865-1885
-10 Arnard Mansfield b 1868-1868
Martha died, George md. 2nd Esther Reid (dau. of John Reid of Upper Musquodoboit). After her death moved to Greenfield, Mass. died at the home of his son Fred and is buried there.
840-1 Mary (1st dau. of George & Martha Murphy Reid) md. Fenwick Annand of Chaswood. They had 4 daus.
*851-4 Beatrice died, 7 years
848-1 Stella md. William MacCorkdindale of Glasgow, Scotland. No issue.
849-2 Jessie md. Arthur Jess of Port Williams, N.S. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
852-1 Phillip md. Florence Porter of Liverpool, England. They have 4 children.
853-2 Mary md. Phillip Durno of Cambridge, N.S. They have 3 children.
854-3 Lawrence md. Blanche Porter of Canning, N.S. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
*855-1 Isabelle died in infancy
856-2 Beatrice md. Hugh Kaulback of Musquodoboit. They have 1 son and 5 daus.
857-3 Alan md. Margaret Whalley of Elderbank. They live in Ontario and have 3 children.
858-4 George md. Ruby Mason. They have 6 children.
859-5 Edward md. Helen ------. They have 3 children.
860-6 Clarence was killed in a motor cycle accident in the village.
841-2 Nettie (2nd dau. of George & Martha Murphy Reid) md. Daniel McMasters of Truro, They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
863-3 Daniel No record available
842-3 Margaret (3rd dau. of George & Martha Murphy Reid) md. William Murray. They had a family but no record is available. Margaret md. Wm. Murray of Harmony, Col. Co. at North River, Sept. 24, 1895.
Guy Newton Murray b 1897
Florence Elvira Murray b 1899
Martha Evelyn Murray b 1901
843-4 Annie (4th dau. of George & Martha Murphy Reid) was md. but no record is available.
844-5 David (1st son of George & Martha Murphy Reid) was md. but no record available.
845-6 Alexander Willis Reid born August 15, 1882 died July 13, 1953 (son of George and Martha Murphy Reid) md. Katherine Matheson Dunbar dau. of (John and Christina Fraser Dunbar) of Springville, Pictou Co. born July 15, 1884. Alex and Katie had seven daus. and one son.1. Christie Mae b New Glasgow July 16, 1907, md. Dan. Wm. MacMillan of Foxbrook, d Aug. 1976. No issue.846-7 Fred (3rd son of George & Martha Murphy Reid) md. and lived in Greenfield, Mass.
2. Hilda Grace Born Eureka 1st June 1909, md. Charles MacDougall of Thorburn and had one boy by Frederick who drowned in C.B. at age 15 and has two daughters Marilyn and Anne.
3. Annie Katherine b Eureka 6th May 1911 md. Robt. MacGillivary of N.B. and has one boy Royce.
4. Martha Jane b Eureka md. Louis Lifingstone of N.G. and has son George and a dau. Lois d Sept. 1938.
5. Jessie Marguerite b Riverton, md. Adam Halliday of White Hill, had two sons Gordon and Alex, d 30 Dec. 1935.
6. James Wm. b Riverton, md. Pearl Grealey of Stellarton, have one son James Allen, md. Mary McLaughlin of Stellarton and have one son Michael Allen, and also a dau. Katherine Line, md. Clifton Mason of Trenton, and they have one dau. Lori Anne.
14-13 Harriett (5th dau of James & Jane Whidden Reid) md. Campbell Wesley Johnson on Dec. 25, 1866. They settled in Greenfield just outside Truro. They had a family of 6 sons and 3 daus. Campbell Johnson died, Harriett md. 2nd Malcolm McInnis.
*870-1 Lieuana Jane
*871-2 Lila Blanche
*872-3 Roland Sedgewick d 1911
*873-4 James William d 1938
*874-5 Mary Harriett
*875-6 Ralph Byron b 1878-Feb. 26, 1960
*876-7 Stanley Seymour
*877-8 Albert Lorne d 1956
*878-9 Ormond Alden
870-1 Lieuan, called Lennie (1st dau. of Campbell and Harriett Reid Johnson) md. John Will Smith of Harmony and they lived in Salmon River. Lennie, her husband John and three children are buried in the Watson Cemetery, Salmon River. They had 5 daus. and 2 sons.
*879-1 Pearl d around 1943
*882-4 Luella died 1953
*883-5 Claire b 1908
*884-6 Beatrice died young
879-1 Pearl md. Duncan Graham of Upper Stewiacke. They moved to Mass. where she died. They had 3 children.
880-2 Roy died, 23 years old.
881-3 Wyman is md. and lives in Northampton, Mass. No record.
882-4 Luella md. while living in Mass. Resided in Truro for a time.
883-5 Claire trained as a nurse in Mass. hospital. Now md. and lives in California.
885-7 Annie md. George Gratta of Truro. They have lived in or near Jamica Plains, U.S.A., since their marriage. No record.
871-2 Lila (2nd dau. of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson) md. Henry Morrison who was killed about 1895 leaving 5 small girls. Her father built a small home for them on the family farm and there the family grew up.
886-1 Rena went to Mass. when young.
887-2 Dell operates a small resort in Maine.
888-3 Bessie md. She lived in B.C. with a daughter.
889-4 Hattie worked in Mass. but lives in B.C. at present.
890-5 Rita lives in California.
Lila md. 2nd in 1910, Percy Campbell of Salmon River. They lived in Moose Jaw. They had 2 sons.
891-6 Donald, Vancouver
892-7 Son, died
872-3 Roland Sedgewick (1st son of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson) had a small farm in Harmony but lumbered all his life. He md. ______ Murray of Harmony, they had 3 sons and 4 daus.
*894-2 Roland Arnold d Nov. 3, 1962 age 68
893-1 Percy spent many years in U.S. then lived in Milford. His family live in U.S.
894-2 Roland Arnold Johnson was a lumberman. He served overseas in the First W. W., first with the 106th Battalion and later with the 25th Battalion. He md. Esther Whidden of Harmony. They had 1 daughter & 1 son.
900-1 Doreen (Mrs. Ross Gleason) London, Ont.
901-2 Sedgewick, Hilden.
895-3 Edna md. Hubert Whidden, they lived in Greenfield. Their family lives in Truro area. Gordon, Bud, Frank, Ira, Nicholas, Shirley, Bertie (died young).
896-4 Ruby md. George Gibbs and lives in Halifax.
897-5 Mae md. Bob Kiley.
898-6 Campbell lives on the home property in Harmony. His wife was a Miss MacKenzie who died young, leaving a daughter.
899-7 Christine md. Roy MacIntyre of Truro.
873-4 James William (2nd son of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson) learned the plumbing and steamfitting trade in Mass. as a young man. He returned to N.S. and md. Melissa Graham. They had 3 sons and 5 daus.
*902-1 Hugh died in infancy
*909-8 Alice died 1960
903-2 Paul served overseas in World War II and now farms in Upper Stewiacke. He md. an English girl.
904-3 Annie taught school in N.S. and Alberta. She md. John Clarke a farmer for many years and now technician at The Nova Scotia Breeding Unit in Lower Truro. They have 1 son and 3 daus.
Mrs. John Clarke provided the data on the Campbell and Harriett Reid Johnson family.
910-1 Mary is md. in Calgary
911-2 Graham is a graduate of MacDonald College (B.Sc.), lives in Calgary.
912-3 Joan is a nurse in Kentville.
913-4 Margaret is a nurse.
905-4 Alden is a lumberman and lives on the home farm. He md. Eleanor Coupar.
1 dau. Betty, married near Digby, and two children at home.
906-5 Dorothy trained as a nurse in Mass. and died in 1936.
907-6 Marguerite md. Harry MacLellan of Economy. 1 son and 1 dau.
914-1 son, lives in Dartmouth
915-2 Daughter, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.
908-7 Ruth md. Bert Thompson of Greenfield. 4 sons and 1 dau.
920-4 Dau. graduate of Home Economics, teaches in Manitoba.
909-8 Alice md. Willard Whidden of Greenfield and died 1960. 1 dau, nurse, lives in Dartmouth.
874-5 Harriett (3rd dau. of Campbell & Harriet Reid Johnson) taught school, md. James Murray. He lived in Harmony until his death. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
*921-1 Howard was killed overseas in W.W. I
James Murray died and Harriett md. 2nd, Rev. A.D. Archibald, Manganese Mines, Col., Co.
922-2 Hazel in Mass. She md. Earl Lemon, a former Nova Scotian, in Mass., when she was a nurse.
923-3 Everil, Mass.
924-4 Murray, Mass.
925-5 Beth, Shelburne, Mass.
875-6 Ralph Byron (3rd son of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson) md. Susan Wynn of Truro. Ralph had 10 daus. and 4 sons.
926-1 Jean md. Stewart Fraser. They live in Ottawa. They have 6 children.
927-2 Muriel md. Henry Deschane, Providence, Rhode Island.
928-3 Cecil, Truro. Has 5 children, Truro.
929-4 Margaret md. Robert Aldrich, Providence, Rhode Island.
930-5 Arthur lives in Truro.
931-6 Grace md. Fred Lynds. They have 3 children.
932-7 Minnie md. Winifred Sinclair, Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
933-8 Bertha md. Douglas Ford. They live in Medford, Ontario.
934-9 Suther lives in Beckwith, Cumb. Co., N.S.
935-10 Frances died young.
936-11 Katherine md. James Maskill. They have 3 sons and 1 dau.
937-12 Elizabeth md. Everett Newell, Ottawa.
938-13 Bernice md. John A. MacDonald, Toronto. They have 2 daus.
939-14 Roy md. Jean Fiddes of Onslow.
876-7 Stanley Seymour (4th son of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson (md. Bella McKim of Londonderry about 1901. They lived in Tyvan, Sask. Moved back to N.S., then Vancouver. 7 children:
940-1 Yvonne md. -------- daus. Sylvia & Carol
941-2 Stanley Jr., North Van., B.C.
944-5 Emily (Mrs. C. Anderson)
877-8 Albert Lorne (5th son of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson) lived on the home farm. He md. Ivy Mitchenall, an English girl. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
947-1 Fred lives on the home farm
948-2 Nina md. ------- and lives in Bible Hill
878-9 Ormond Alden (6th son of Campbell & Harriett Reid Johnson) md. a trained nurse from Scotland. He went to Vancouver. They have 1 dau. and 1 son.
950-1 Dau. md. in Calgary
951-2 Son works in a bank in the Drumheller area.
It is not known where Robert Rhodes came from, but Rhodes is an English name, and he was a member of Col. H.A. Gladwin's household in 1833-1834. At that time Robert was attending the school in South Section, No. 58. Robert was then 22 yrs old, but people took advantage of every possible means of education in those days. and age was no barrier.
Ref. School list from N.S. Archives. All other data regarding Robert Rhodes was given by Mrs. A.F. Muldoon, Needham, Mass., some years previous to 1980.
1. Robert Rhodes b 1811 or 1812 md. Julia Fraser, they had 2 sons and 2 daus.
*2-1 Alexander Fraser b 1839 or 1840-1924
*3-2 John d 1931
5-4 Dau, died young
2-1 Alexander Fraser Rhodes (1st son of Robert & Julia Fraser Rhodes) md. Caroline Lindsay of Brookvale. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
*6-1 Arthur died in infancy
*7-2 Bessie died in 1955, unmd
*8-3 Chester died 1907, age 25
*9-4 Edgar died accidentally, at 15 yrs.
10-5 Elsie died 1963
10-5 Elsie Rhodes (2nd dau. of Alexander & Caroline Lindsay Rhodes) md. Frank Coffin from Hantsport, N.S. They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
*11-1 Norman died unmarried
*12-2 Hazel (Mrs. Wallace Fullerton, Wayne, Pa.)
1 son and 2 daus.
*14-4 Allison died unmd.
13-3 Elliott Coffin md. Jean Whipple. They live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2 sons and 1 dau.
15-5 Carolyn Coffin md. Arthur Muldoon, Needham, Mass. 1 son and 1 dau.
24-1 Linda (teacher in Conn.)
16-6 Gladys Coffin md. Edward Carbary of Stow, Mass. 1 dau. and 4 sons.
17-7 Janet Coffin md. Harold Pexton of Franklin, Mass. they have 2 sons and 2 daus.
3-2 John Rhodes (2nd son of Robert & Julia Fraser Rhodes) was a blacksmith in Arlington, Mass. He md. Jennie Cruickshank. They had 1 son and 1 dau. Both died unmarried. John died when in his eighties in 1931.
4-3 Letitia Rhodes (1st dau of Robert & Julia Fraser Rhodes) md. Charles Langell. They had 2 sons.
35-1 Walter Langell md. Mamie -------. They had 3 daus.
38-2 Doris Langell md. Mr. Dolhier. 1 dau.
36-2 Robert Langell md. Hulda ------. Lived in Marlboro, Mass. He died in California. It is not known if he had children.
The family of William Scott can be traced to Benjamin Scott who md. Margaret Stephenson in 1642. It is said that she was executed as a witch, in Boston in 1692. Lt. Joseph Scott a descendant born 1716 has been written up in various books such as "Londonderry Heirs" and "The Settling of Colchester County" by Eaton.
1. William Scott (son of Ephraim Scott and grandson of Lieut. Joseph Scott, b 1716, (one of the prime movers of the migration from New England to Nova Scotia in 1759 and 1760) was born in Onslow, N.S. about 1769. He died in Musquodoboit. He md. at Onslow, N.S. on May 23, 1793 Esther Whippey (Whippie) dau. of William Pitt Whippey and his wife Ruth Hoar. Esther was born in Onslow on Nov. 19,1774 and died in Musquodoboit. They settled in Musquodoboit
South between 1814 and 1817 on the farm now occupied by John Scott 1980. His sons settled around him. William settled across the river, later his house was moved to the site of the present John Scott home. Alexander settled on the hill above the home of Mary Elizabeth Scott, (1980).
William and Esther Whippie Scott had 4 sons and 7 daus.
2-1 Elizabeth b Mar. 25, 1794 )
*3-2 William Tackles b Dec. 24, 1795 ) b, Onslow
*4-3 Agnes Pitt b Sept. 19, 1797
5-4 Esther b Mar. 22, 1799
*6-5 Ephriam b May ---- 1800 in Truro
7-6 Ruth b about 1803 in Brookfield
*9-8 Alexander b Apr. 5, 1810
*11-10 Mary Ann b June 26, 1814
12-11 Bethsheba b Mar. 26, 1817 in Musq.
2-1 Elizabeth (1st dau. of William & Esther Whippey Scott) md. James McKeen of Antigonish. They had 4 sons and 2 daus. They settled in U.S. no record.
3-2 William Tackles Scott (1st son of William & Esther Whippey Scott) md. Annie O'Brien. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
13-1 James Scott (1st son of William & Annie O'Brien Scott) md. Rachael McMullin, Antrim, N.S. They lived on a farm joining his father's place. Later he purchased the property owned by William McCallum situated near the Musquodoboit River. The road to this property runs past Cyril Hubley's farm. The old road was discovered when a gravel pit was opened in the year 1965. James and Rachael had 3 sons.
*20-1 William J. 1860-1938
20-1 William J. (1st son of James & Rachael McMullin Scott) md. Ida Ann Hilchey William J. and Hiram Scott purchased the William McLean farm, the last in the district next to the Elderbank line. William's first wife Ida died in 1912, (1870-1912) and is buried in Hillside Cemetery. William md. 2nd Mrs. Mary Tupper (1862-1944). She died in 1944 and is buried in Hillside Cemetery. William J. is also buried there and his dau. Pearl. William & Ida had 2 sons and 3 daus.
23-1 Pearl 1892-1913
24-2 Ella md. 1st Alex Craig md, 2nd Earl Taylor
25-3 Clarie md. Jean Welch
26-4 John md. Sadie Bell
27-5 Villa md. ------- Esau.
21-2 Hiram Scott (2nd son of James & Rachael McMullin Scott) md. Ethel Hurley. They had 5 sons and 1 dau.
28-1 Milford md. Alice Nelson
29-2 Henry md.
30-3 Guy md. Grace Scott
31-4 Raymond md. Madeline Murphy
32-5 Melrose md. Hattie Webster
33-6 Ethel md. ------ Crawford
22-3 Arthur Scott (3rd son of James & Rachael McMullin Scott) md. Sadie Lawlor of Musquodoboit South, who lived on a place between Kenneth Fox's farm, (1980), and the farm of Warren Clement, (1980). They had 1 son and 2 daus.
14-2 William Scott (2nd son of William & Annie O'Brien Scott) went to the U.S.A. No record.
15-3 Silas Scott (3rd son of William & Annie O'Brien Scott) lived in Elderbank. unmd.
16-4 Samuel Scott (4th son of William J. and Annie O'Brien Scott) went to Boston.
17-5 Elizabeth (1st dau. of William & Annie O'Brien Scott) went to California. No record.
18-6 Esther (2nd dau. of William & Annie O'Brien Scott) md. Alex McMullin.
19-7 Abbie (3rd dau. of William & Annie O'Brien Scott) md. George Nuttal of Wyse's Corner, Hal. Co., N.S.
4-3 Agnes Scott (2nd dau. of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. George Higgins. Her descendants are listed in the Higgins history. Col. R.A. Logan, who supplied much of this Data is a descendant.
5-4 Esther Scott (3rd dau. of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. George Bruce of Bruce Settlement, Elderbank. George Bruce was born in Scotland and died in Rawdon, N.S. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
37-1 Matthew (1st son of George & Esther Scott Bruce) md. -------. He died Nov. 5, 1905.
Mrs. Matthew Bruce died June 29, 1924, age 92 years
Ref: Duncan Bayers diary.
38-2 Samuel (2nd son of George & Esther Scott Bruce). No record.
39-3 George (3rd son of George & Esther Scott Bruce) md. Christiana Rhind of Lunenburg. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
44-1 Isabel b 1859
45-2 Wallace b 186l
*46-3 Theodore b 1863
47-4 James b 1865
49-6 Mary b Apr. 30, 1867
44-1 Isabel (1st dau. of George & Christiana Rhind Bruce) md. R.N. Sibley.
45-2 Wallace (1st son of George & Christiana Rhind Bruce) went to Denver, Colorado.
No further record.
46-3 Theodore (2nd son of George & Christiana Rhind Bruce). unmarried.
47-4 James (3rd son of George & Christiana Rhind Bruce), went to to Denver, Col. No further record.
48-5 Dimock (4th son of George & Christiana Rhind Bruce) went to Denver, Colorado. No record.
49-6 Mary (2nd dau. of George & Christiana Rhind Bruce) md. Reuben Ellis of Bathurst, N.B. They lived in Brookvale, Leslie Higgins farm, 1980. They had 6 daus. and 3 sons.
51-2 Ruby (Mrs. Earl Fraser)
52-3 Ruth (Mrs. Maynard Webber)
Also Jean, Cecil & Winnie. Fanny died young.
40-4 John (4th son of George & Esther Scott Bruce). No record.
41-5 Esther (1st dau. of George & Esther Scott Bruce). No record.
42-6 Janet (dau. of George & Esther Scott Bruce) md. John Higgins in 1852. Her descendants are listed in the Higgins history.
43-7 Ann (2nd dau. of George & Esther Scott Bruce) md. William Hay. Her descendants are listed in the Hay history.
6-5 Ephraim Scott (2nd son of William & Esther Whippie Scott) died young.
7-6 Ruth Scott (4th dau. of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. Thomas Higgins. No issue
8-7 Abbie Scott (5th dau. of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. Mr. Clark of Sherbrooke, Guys., Co. No record.
9-8 Alexander Scott (3rd son of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. Janet Nuttal of Wyse's Corner, Halifax Co., on March 28, 1883. He lived on the hill behind the present home of Mary Elizabeth Scott, Murchyville. They had six sons and 5 daus.
55-1 Timothy Scott (1st son of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md. Isabel Bothwick of Elderbank. They lived in Meagher's Grant. Then went to Colorado, they had 5 sons and 4 daus.
70-5 Martin married ----- Gladwin.
71-6 Jane California
72-7 Lidar New Mexico
73-8 Bertha died young
74-9 Leonard died in infancy
56-2 George Scott (2nd son of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md. Martha Reid of Upper Musquodoboit. They lived in Upper Meagher's Grant then moved to his father's home in Musquodoboit South where they spent the remainder of their lives. They had 3 sons and 6 daus.
75-1 Della (Mrs. L. Ballister, W. Concord, Mass.)
76-2 Bessie (Mrs. Stuart Higgins, Brookvale)
77-3 Etta unmarried
78-4 Alex md. Mrs. George Cole (Georgie Reid)
79-5 Walter Vancouver Island
80-6 Nellie (Mrs. Wm. Mumford, Boston)
81-7 Maud (Mrs. Norman Dares)
82-8 Laurie New Jersey
83-9 Dora died young
57-3 Ephriam Scott (3rd son of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md. Elizabeth Cole of Elderbank. They lived on the same farm as his father. They had 1 dau.
84-1 Mary Elizabeth
58-4 Agnes Scott (1st dau. of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott md. Peter Brown of Moose River. Her descendants are listed in the Peter Brown history.
59-5 Janet Scott (2nd dau. of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md Charles Rulison of Colorado. No record.
60-6 Mary Scott (3rd dau. of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) lived in Colorado. No record.
61-7 Eliza Scott (4th dau. of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md. Alexander Lindsay of Brookvale. They moved to Colorado. Eliza md. 2nd Peter Churchfield of Colorado.
62-8 Emily Scott (5th dau. of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md. John Evans of Colorado. No record.
63-9 Alexander Scott (4th son of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) died young.
64-10 Isaac Scott (5th son of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) lived in Colorado. No record.
65-11 Alfred Scott (6th son of Alexander & Janet Nuttal Scott) md. Marget E. Morris, dau. of Henry Gloud Morris. Her descendants are listed in the Henry Gloud Morris history.
10-9 David Scott (4th son of William & Esther Whippie Scott) moved to Maine, U.S.A. md. Sarah Dunbrack (descendants in Dunbrack history.)
11-10 Mary Ann Scott (6th dau. of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. John Bruce of Bruce Settlement, Elderbank, N.S. She died a few years later. No issue.
12-11 Bethsheba Scott (7th dau. of William & Esther Whippie Scott) md. the late John Bruce, Mary Ann's husband. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
84-1 Jane was a school teacher. She was unmarried.
85-2 Charles went to Boston. No further record.
Rev. Robert Sedgewick
The Rev. Robert Sedgewick was born in Paisley, Scotland, May 10, 1804, the son of a tanner who had moved from Dent, Yorkshire. He was ordained in Glasgow, 1838 and eleven years later arrived in Nova Scotia. The Rev. Robert Sedgewick and Jessie Middleton were married in Scotland, and had 7 sons and 4 daus.
*2-1 Thomas d 1921
*6-5 Jessie d 1911
*7-6 George 1854-Oct. 1858
*9-8 William Middleton d July 26, 1911 age 61 yrs.
*11-10 Ann d July 10, 1932
*12-11 James Adam Sept. 29, 1860-Nov. 26, 1938
The Rev. Robert Sedgewick was inducted into the Musquodoboit Presbyterian Charge, Sept. 1849, and for twenty-five years ministered to both Middle and Upper Musquodoboit congregations, after separation 1874, Middle Musquodoboit only. A handsome manse was built for him in 1851 (demolished on Lutwick property, 1975). He is buried in Pioneer Cemetery; on his stone may be read "Rev. Robert Sedgewick was born in Paisley, Scotland. For 48 years minister of Presbyterian Church, first in Aberdeen, Scotland, and then in this place, died Apr. 2nd, 1886 age 82 yrs. Wife Jessie Middleton born in Perth, Scotland, died Sept. 1878, 62 yrs. son George, 1854-1858."
2-1 Thomas (1st son of Rev. Robert Sedgewick & Jessie Middleton) md. Christena P. McGregor of Tatamagouche. He was ordained in 1860 and was pastor of Presbyterian Church in Tatamagouche for fifty years. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
13-1 William Middleton died 1928
14-2 Sarah d 1937
13-1 William was traffic manager of N.S. Steel and Coal Co. at New Glasgow. 1 son and 1 dau.
15-1 Florence M.
16-2 Thomas C.
14-2 Sarah md. Dr. James W. Clark of Tatamagouche. 4 daus.
17-1 Mrs. Margaret Boyd
18-2 Mrs. Florence Simpson
19-3 Mrs. Christine Whitely
20-4 Mrs. Ann Ernest of Mahone Bay, Lunen. Co.
3-2 Jane (1st dau. of Rev. Robert Sedgewick & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) was unmarried.
4-3 Agnes (2nd dau. of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. John Henderson of Dundee, Scotland. No surviving issue.
5-4 John (2nd son of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick, went to Leith, Scotland. Later he md. Helen Cumming Donaldson. Evidently they came to Canada as a son was born in Amherst.
21-1 David Middleton
21-1 When David was quite young his parents returned to Scotland. He md. Wilhelmina Marion Fraser Nicol. They had 1 son.
**[22-1] John came to Toronto, he md. Doreen Mary Mann. 1 son, 1 dau., Gavin and Catherine.
**[6-5] Jessie (3rd dau. of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. Archibald Campbell of Tatamagouche. They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
**[Editor's note: Although both John and Jessie were included in one continuous paragraph in the original text, it would seem that John (22-1) may be the son of David (21-1) and Jessie would be # 6-5, although no number was given for Jessie in the original text -- it also seems that the children below are Jessie's]cja
*24-2 Robert d 1938
*25-3 Elizabeth d 1940
*26-4 Ann d 1915
*27-5 Mary d 1906
*28-6 Primrose d 1917
23-1 William (1st son of Archibald & Jessie Sedgewick Campbell md. --------. They had 5 daus.
24-2 Robert (2nd son of Archibald & Jessie Sedgewick Campbell) md. -------. He had 1 son.
25-3 Elizabeth (1st dau of Archibald & Jessie Sedgewick Campbell) md G. Clark. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
32-3 Nan (Mrs. Windeler)
33-4 Jessie (Mrs. Langille)
34-5 Elizabeth (Mrs. McLellan)
26-4 Ann (2nd dau. of Archibald & Jessie Sedgewick Campbell) md. W. Oxley. 4 sons and 1 dau.
27-5 Mary (3rd dau. of Archibald & Jessie Sedgewick Campbell) md. F. McCurdy. 1 son a 1 dau.
28-6 Primrose (4th dau. of Archibald & Jessie Sedgewick Campbell) md. H. Dickie. 2 sons and 1 dau
7-6 George (3rd son of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick died 4 years.
8-7 Robert (4th son of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. Mary McKay of Halifax. He practiced law in Halifax, was appointed Deputy Minister of Justice at Ottawa and later elected to the Supreme Court. They had 1 son and 2 daus., all died in infancy.
9-8 William (5th son of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. Annie Leedham. A farmer on the place now occupied by Melvin Higgins, 1980. He was a Justice of the Peace. He and his wife are both buried in Hillside Cemetery. They had 4 sons and 2 daus. William died July
26, 1911, age 61 years. Annie Leedham died Mar. 23, 1924, age 74 yrs.
*45-1 William Henry b 1877 - Feb. 11, 1945
*46-2 John Hendeson b 1874-1942
*47-3 George Herbert b Feb 12, 1878 - Mar. 1939
*48-4 Robert Middleton b Nov. 24, 1885 - Sept. 23, 1956
*50-6 Jessie b 1890 - July 1958
45-1 William Henry (1st son of William & Annie Leedham Sedgewick) was ordained a minister of the Presbyterian Church in 1901. He md. Sophia McKenzie of River John. He died Feb. 1945 and is buried in Toronto. They had 3 daus. and 1 son.
51-1 Margaret (Mrs. Lazarus)
52-2 Eleanor (Mrs. Stewart)
54-4 Mary (Mrs. Walter Joyce)
46-2 John Henderson (2nd son of William & Annie Leedham Sedgewick) md. Annie Sprott. They are both buried in Hillside Cemetery.
John Henderson 1874-1942
wife Annie Sprott 1876-1925
4 sons and 1 dau.
*55-1 Charles Neilson Sprott
56-2 George Herbert
57-3 Donald Gordon
58-4 William Middleton d 1932
59-5 Mary Anderson
55-1 Charles md. Jessie Bailey. 1 son and 1 dau.
56-2 George md. Bryar Edmunds. They have 4 sons.
57-3 Donald md. Dorothy Ann Dales. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
59-5 Mary md. Harry Northup. They have 1 son and 1 dau.
69-1 Terry md. Jeanette Fowler
47-3 George Herbert (3rd son of William & Annie Leedham Sedgewick) md. Mary Stanley Robertson in 1908. He was appointed to the Ontario Supreme Court. 2 daus.
71-1 Ann Harley (Mrs. Humphrey Carver)
72-2 Mary (wife of Dr. Puxley of Toronto)
48-4 Robert Middleton (4th son of William & Annie Leedham Sedgewick) md. Cartherine Mae Donovan. He died in Toronto in 1955 2 daus. and 1 son.
73-1 Ruth M.
74-2 Agnes L.
75-3 Robert Middleton
49-5 Fanny (1st dau. of William & Annie Leedham Sedgewick) md. Gilbert Gladwin. They had 3 sons and 1 dau.
76-1 William lives in Prince George, B.C.
77-2 Mary Bourke (Mrs. Hamilton of Van.)
78-3 Gilbert died in 1945
79-4 Edward killed in France in 1943 in R.C.A.F.
50-6 Jessie (2nd dau. of William & Annie Leedham Sedgewick) trained as a nurse in Montreal at the Royal Victoria School of Nursing. After graduating in 1915 she served overseas for 4 years in France. She md. Dr. Charles Roman and settled in Valleyfield, Quebec. She died in 1958. They had 5 sons.
Susan Roman, grand-daughter of Jessie, is a well-known T.V. actress, Toronto, 1980.
10-9 Henry (6th son of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. Bessie Gladwin. They had 1 son.
85-1 Garnet Gladwin d Sept. 3, 1949, unmarried.
85-1 Garnet was a distinguished professor of English at the University of B.C.. A memorial fund has been established in his name.
11-10 Ann (4th dau. of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. Timothy Putnam Dean on Dec. 13, 1873. They lived on the Dean farm in Dean Settlement. They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
*86-1 Agnes b Sept 22, 1874
*87-2 Samuel b Apr. 16, 1877-June 5, 1879
*88-3 Adam Dunlap b Feb. 28, 1879-
*89-4 Robert Sedgewick b May 4, 1881
*90-5 Jessie b June 7, 1883-d in infancy
*91-6 John Thomas b July 24, 1884
*92-7 Mary Sedgewick b May 29, 1886
93-8 Marjorie M. b Nov. 6, 1889
86-1 Agnes (1st dau. of Timothy & Ann Sedgewick Dean) md. Alexander Fulton on Nov. 7, 1895. Their home is in Upper Stewiacke. They have 3 sons and 2 daus.
*94-1 Annie Middleton b Nov. 1, 1897
*95-2 Adam Dickie b May 18, 1900
*96-3 Muriel Dean b Jan. 14, 1902
*97-4 Arthur Putnam b Nov. 4, 1903
*98-5 Thomas Sedgewick b Aug. 16, 1905
94-1 Annie Middleton (1st dau. of Alexander & Agnes Dean Fulton) md. Frederick Hibbert Rotcliffe on Aug. 2, 1929. They live in Van., B.C.
95-2 Adam Dickie (1st son of Alexander & Agnes Dean Fulton) lives in Van. B.C.
96-3 Muriel Dean (2nd dau. of Alexander & Agnes Dean Fulton) md. Stanley Hibbert Murray of Truro. They have 2 daus.
97-4 Arthur Putnam (2nd son of Alexander & Agnes Dean Fulton) md. Lola Belle Tibetts of Truro. They live in Upper Stewiacke and have 1 son and 2 daus.
88-3 Adam Dunlap (2nd son of Timothy & Ann Sedgewick Dean) md. Mary Burris on May 25, 1905. They have 1 son and 2 daus.
*104-1 Mary Ross b 1907, d in infancy
*105-2 Grace Middleton
*106-3 Timothy Putnam
105-2 Grace Middleton (2nd dau. of Adam & Mary Burris Dean) md. George Peterson of Eastville, Col., Co., N.S.
106-3 Timothy Putnam (1st son of Adam & Mary Burris Dean) lived in Dean.
89-4 Robert Sedgewick (3rd son of Timothy & Ann Sedgewick Dean) md. Louise Taylor. They live in N.H. They have 2 daus.
107-1 Kathleen Ann
108-2 Mary Lavinia
91-6 John Thomas (4th son of Timothy & Ann Sedgewick Dean) is unmarried. He lives in Manitoba.
92-7 Mary Sedgewick (3rd dau. of Timothy & Ann Sedgewick Dean) md. John Morrell Allen. They live in Wilcox, Sask. They have 2 sons and 2 daus.
109-1 William Dean
110-2 Marjorie Sedgewick
111-3 Edith Rand
112-4 John Douglas
93-8 Marjorie M. (4th dau. of Timothy & Ann Sedgewick Dean) md. Norman Hollis McLeod. They live in Van., B.C. 1 dau.
113-1 Mary Sedgewick
12-11 James Adam (7th son of Rev. Robert & Jessie Middleton Sedgewick) md. Norma Sprott, dau. of Charles Sprott. He was a law graduate of Dal. Univ. During his later years he retired to his native community. They had 4 sons.
*114-1 John Sprott b Mar. 29, 1899-Oct 5, 1963
*115-2 Charles Hill Wallace b Aug. 21, 1902
*116-3 Robert b Jan. 8, 1906
*117-4 Kenneth Middleton b Mar. 17, 1911
James Adam 1866-1935
wife Norma 1867-1947
114-1 John Sprott (1st son of James & Norma Sprott Sedgewick) was unmarried. He is buried in Hillside Cemetery.
115-2 Charles Hill Wallace (2nd son of James & Norma Sprott Sedgewick) taught mathematics in Storrs, Connecticut. He md. Rose Whelan of Brockton, Mass. 2 sons and 2 daus.
*119-2 Norma Louse
118-1 Mary md. Charles Cox of Birmingham, Alabama. 2 sons.
122-1 Charles Sedgewick
123-2 John Robert
119-2 Norma md. Thomas Rockel of Storrs, Connecticut - they have 2 sons.
124-1 Thomas Hill
125-2 Christopher Gage
116-3 Robert (3rd son of James & Norma Sprott Sedgewick) md Margaret Stockton of Montreal, P.Q. 2 daus.
126-1 Elizabeth Ann
127-2 Carol Margaret
117-4 Kenneth (4th son of James & Norma Sprott Sedgewick) md. 1st Beatrice Brophey of Montreal. 1 son.
128-1 James Millar
Beatrice died Sept. 4, 1962. Kenneth md. 2nd Marion Ethel Johnson of Van., B.C. in Dec. 1963.
Alexander Shaw was born Dec. 1, 1774 in Aberdeen, Scotland. He md. Isabel Mason who was born May 20, 1785. They came to Nova Scotia in 1813 from Banffshire, Scotland and settled at Shaw's Lake, now forest area, 1980. The grant of land was not issued until Dec. 24, 1847. Alexander was one of the first elders ordained in Musquodoboit. According to the memoirs of Rev. John Sprott, Alexander died Jan. 9, 1867 age 90 yrs.
1. Alexander and Isabel Mason Shaw had 5 daus. and 3 sons.
*2-1 Barbara b June 21, 1805
3-2 Alexander b Mar. 8, 1807-
*4-3 Isabel b Aug. 16, 1809
*5-4 James b June 15, 1813
*6-5 Elizabeth b Dec. 7, 1816-Oct. 1878 age 62
7-6 Margaret Rice b May 21, 1819
*8-7 Jean b Apr. 10, 1821
9-8 John b Sept. 9, 1824-Aug. 8, 1911
2-1 Barbara Shaw (1st dau. of Alexander & Isabel Mason Shaw) was born in Scotland. She md. Robert A. Logan on June 14, 1860 she was his second wife. No issue. Robert A. Logan died in 1871 and is buried in Hillside Cemetery.
3-2 Alexander Shaw (1st son of Alexander & Isabel Mason Shaw) was born in Scotland. No further record.
4-3 Isabel Shaw (2nd dau. of John & Isabel Mason Shaw) was born in Scotland. She md. James A. Bayer of Meagher's Grant on Feb. 13. 1834. They were married at her home in Middle Musquodoboit, Shaw's Lake by Rev. John Sprott. Charles Anderson was groomsman and Jane Raine bridesmaid. The day after they were married they drove to Meagher's Grant and spent the first few months of their wedded life at the home of Malcolm MacInnes, a brother-in-law. Then James built a log cabin on his own land in Meagher's Grant and both lived there the remainder of their lives. This information was taken from a diary of Mr. Duncan Bayer, dated Feb. 13, 1896.
James A. Bayer died Apr. 30, 1890. The date of his wife's death, Isabel was not in the diary. James was born 1810. James and Isabel Shaw Bayer had 4 sons and 3 daus.
*10-1 Alexander 1836-Apr 29, 1907 age 71
*11-2 Jacob died in childhood
*13-4 Duncan b Mar. 13, 1841-1925
*14-5 Isabel d May 4, 1920
*15-6 Alexandrina (Lexie) d Oct. 4, 1922
10-1 Alexander Bayer (1st son of James & Isabel Shaw Bayer) md. Margaret Anderson of Musquodoboit Harbour. They had 3 sons.
16-1 John Bayer, a Manager of a Men's Clothing Store in Halifax.
17-2 Jim Bayer, a photographer
11-2 and 12-3 died in childhood
13-4 Duncan Bayer (4th son of James & Isabel Shaw Bayer) md. Mary Ellen Fuller a teacher. She was born Jan. 12, 1848. She emigrated from England in 1865, one of a family of 13. She was born at Chiltern House, Wendover, Buckinghamshire in the year 1848. She was a dau. of Charles Harmon and Charlotte Susannah Fuller who are buried in Stanley Churchyard in Hants Co., N.S. She md. James Duncan Bayer on June 19, 1872 at Meagher's Grant. They were md. by Rev. J. McMillan of the Presbyterian Church. This information was taken from the diary of Duncan Bayer, dated Jan. 12, 1886.
Duncan's wife died Apr. 15, 1904 are both buried in Meagher's Grant. He had a lumber and grist mill and was also a fiddler and taught singing and violin in the various schools in the area. He also wrote articles for the Truro News. His home was always filled with people of all ages who came to dance, listen to music and enjoy hospitality. Duncan kept a diary of every day events in Meagher's Grant and vicinity - recording all deaths. births and marriages from the year 1873 to 1922. Duncan and Mary Ellen Fuller Bayer had 5 daus. and 4 sons.
*19-1 Edith b Aug. 21, 1873
*20-2 Rose b May 28, 1874
*21-3 Ralph b Jan. 12, 1877-June 1967
*22-4 Guy b June 15, 1878
*23-5 Hattie b Oct. 11, 1880
*24-6 Arabella b June 15, 1882
*27-9 Gladys b July 3, 1889
19-1 Edith Bayer (1st dau. of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md. 1st William Gladwin. They had 1 son and 1 dau.
28-1 Mary b Apr. 1899
29-2 Cuthbert b Oct. 7, 1900
After his death Aug. 1902, Edith md. 2nd Desbrisey Gladwin in 1905. They had 3 sons.
Desbrisay Gladwin died in Kamloops, B.C. of typhoid in Dec. 1907.
20-2 Rose Bayer (2nd dau. of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md. Wynyard Gladwin on June 16, 1897. No issue. He died Apr. 1915.
21-3 Ralph Bayer (1st son of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md. Ida Seaton on Sept. 20, 1905. No issue.
22-4 Guy Bayer (2nd son of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md. Lovilla Dillman Apr. 8, 1902. 3 sons
35-3 Reginald, md, Ferne Tays
23-5 Hattie Bayer (3rd dau. of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md, Charles Coy, a ferry master. In Vancouver, B.C. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
24-6 Arabella or Ella Bayer (4th dau. of Duncan & Mary Fuller) md. Laurie Dickie. She had a record of the children of Alexander Shaw. They have 3 sons and 4 daus.
25-7 Harry Bayer (3rd son of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) - no record.
26-8 Howard Bayer (4th son of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md. Ethel -----, Colorado in June 1918. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
48-3 Mary Frances
27-9 Gladys Bayer (5h dau. of Duncan & Mary Fuller Bayer) md. Dr. T. H. McKillop. 3 sons and 2 daus.
14-5 Isabel Bayer (1st dau. of James & Isabel Shaw Bayer) md. Charles F. Mott. 3 sons and 2 daus.
15-6 Alexandrina or Lexie Bayer (2nd dau. of James & Isabel Shaw Byer) md. 1st Donald Macdonald, a farmer. They had 3 daus. & sons.
59-1 Annie ) twin
60-2 Ida ) twin
Lexie md. 2nd Daniel Dillman, a merchant. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
5-4 James Shaw (2nd son of Alexander and Isabel Mason Shaw) md. Janet Dickey, dau of Samuel Dickey & Alexandrina MacInnes of Meagher’s Grant. After his death the family moved to Minnesota after 1880. James and Janet Dickey Shaw had 3 sons and 2 daus. Mrs. James Shaw Died in Minn. In April 1896.
*67-1 Ronald Bayers d Oct. 28, 1915
69-3 Alexia d Dec. 17, 1921
70-4 Alec d Dec. 16, 1916
Ref: Mrs. Grace Hocking, Wayzata, Minn.
67-1 Ronald Bayers Shaw (1st son of James & Janet Dickey Shaw) md. Ida Blanchard. He lived in Wayzata, Minn. 3 daus. and 2 sons.
72-1 Sidney Lee b 1885
73-2 Alexia Jane b 1887
74-3 Alice Caroline b 1890
75-4 Grace b 1892
76-5 Russell Irving b 1898
72-1 Sidney Lee Shaw md. Bessie Olson
73-2 Alexia Jane Shaw md. Charles Cadwalader
74-3 Alice Caroline Shaw md. Fred Heefel
75-4 Grace-----Shaw md. Ernest Hacking
Ref: Hennepin County Records, Minn, 1965
Mrs. Grace Hocking, Wayzata, Minn.
68-2 Jean Shaw (1st dau. of James & Janet Dickey Shaw) md. Dan Taylor. No further record.
69-3 Alexia Shaw (2nd dau. of James & Janet Dickey Shaw) md. -----Todd. Died Dec. 17, 1921.
70-4 Alec Shaw (2nd son of James & Janet Dickey Shaw) - no further record.
71-5 Samuel Shaw (3rd son of James & Janet Dickey Shaw) md. Etta Parker. They had 4 daus. and 1 son.
77-1 Anna J. b 1881-1890
78-2 Amy C. b 1882
79-3 Adrian b 1884
80-4 Frances Evelyn b 1885
81-5 Florence E. b 1890
They were all born in Hennepin Co. Minn.
6-5 Elizabeth Shaw (3rd dau. of Alexander & Isabel Mason Shaw) md. Samuel Braden. She was his second wife. She is buried in Pioneer Cemetery. No issue.
7-6 Margaret Rice Shaw (4th dau. of Alexander & Isabel Mason Shaw).
8-7 Jean Shaw (5th dau. of Alexander & Isabel Mason Shaw) md Malcolm MacInnes who was born Oct. 20, 1996. She was his 2nd wife and was also called Jane. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
*82-1 Alexander b Nov. 23, 1841
*83-2 Barbara Ann b Dec. 10, 1843
*84-3 Isabelle Jane b Nov. 19, 1846
82-1 Alexander MacInnes (1st son of Malcolm & Jane Shaw MacInnes) lives in Musquodobolt Harbour. He md. Margaret Shinner. No issue.
83-2 Barbara Ann MacInnes (1s dau. of Malcolm & Jane Shaw MacInnes), md. Albert Isaac Stuart. They had 5 sons and 3 daus.
*89-5 Lenora b 1876-
85-1 John Stuart md. Irene -----. 2 sons and 2 daus.
86-2 Fanny Stuart md. Donald Turner. They had 7 sons and 2 daus.
A daughter died in infancy.
101-5 Lenora Turner md. Percy Ernest.
87-3 Albert Stuart was unmarried.
88-4 Thomas Stuart md. Minnie McDonald. They had one child who died in infancy.
89-5 Lenora Stuart md. Alveriaz MacInnes.
90-6 Charles Stuart md. Katie Hartman. No issue.
91-7 Harvey Stuart md. Frances Chisholm. No issue.
92-8 Isabelle Stuart md. William Wentzell. They had 1 dau.
105-1 Barbara Wentzell md. Arthur L. McKeague. No issue. Barbara, her mother Isabelle Stuart and her aunt Mrs. Alveriaz MacInnes all live together in New York.
9-8 John Shaw (3rd son of Alexander & Isabel Mason Shaw) inherited his father’s farm at Shaw’s Lake. He md. Margaret Milne, Dec. 20, 1853 , daughter of Alexander Milne & Margaret Muir of Scotland. Margaret was born Sept. 15, 1829, d Aug. 17, 1899. She lived in Gays River. John and Margaret Milne Shaw are both buried in the Pioneer Cemetary. They had 3 sons and 5 daus.
*106-1 Laura b Dec. 15, 1854-1929 or 1930
*107-2 Milne b Sept. 1, 1856-Aug. 8, 1857
*108-3 Barbara b July 15, 1858-Aug. 3, 1895
*109-4 Ainslie Bayer b Sept. 12, 1860-1934
*110-5 John Alexander b Jan. 15, 1863-Feb. 21,1920
*111-6 Margaret Alvira b Dec. 15, 1865-July 3, 1938
*112-7 Jane L. b May 14, 1867-July 4, 1951
*113-8 Mary Elizabeth b Sept. 26, 1870-
106-1 Laura Shaw (1st dau. of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. Joseph Barrows. They lived in Grass Valley, California. 2 daus.
114-1 Leah Barrows md. Mr. Hoyt
115-2 Edith Barrows md. Werner Dietz.
107-2 Milne Shaw (1st son of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) died when 11 months old.
108-3 Barbara Shaw (2nd dau. of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. Mr. Crossley, 1 dau.
109-4 Ainslie Bayer Shaw (2nd son of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. Lily Mott Macdonald, They lived in Sydney where he died in 1934. 1 son and 2 daus.
*117-1 Leta Helen b 1896
*118-2 Percy Milton b 1898
*119-3 Jean Macdonald b 1909
117-1 Leta Helen Shaw md. H. Stewart Gray. They live in Watertown, Mass. No issue.
118-2 Percy Milton Shaw md. Katherine MacKeigan. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
120-1 Ralph Ainslie
121-2 Donald Murray
122-3 Leta Elaine
120-1 Ralph Ainslie Shaw md. Vivian Katherine Smith. They live in Ottawa and have 2 daus.
123-1 Aynslie Katherine
124-2 Mary Allison
119-3 Jean Macdonald Shaw md. John Newell - They have 2 sons and 6 daus.
125-1 Elizabeth Gray
126-2 Jean Wilma
127-3 Patricia Ann
128-4 John Ainslie
129-5 Thelma Lily
130-6 James David
131-7 Evelyn Ruth
132-8 Linda Katherine
125-1 Elizabeth Gray Newell md. Rev. C.C. Lewis, a minister of Untied Church, P.E.I. - 2 sons and 1 dau.
133-1 Katherine Elizabeth
134-2 Stewart Douglas
135-3 Ronald Paul
126-1 Jean Wilma Newell md. E.M. Ginter. They live in Metz, France. 2 sons.
136-1 Lawrence Edward
137-2 David Joseph
127-3 Patricia Ann Newell md. Carl Bartley, they live in Toronto. 1 son and 3 daus.
138-1 Linda Jean
140-3 Elizabeth Lou
129-5 Thelma Lily Newell md. Kenneth Palmateer of Toronto, Ont. They have 2 sons.
130-6 James David is an ordained minister.
131-7 Evelyn Ruth Newell md. A. J. MacMillan of Montreal, Quebec.
110-5 John Alexander Shaw (3rd son of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. Annie Sutherland. They live on the farm which is now occupied by John Cook, 1980. They are both buried in the Pioneer Cemetery. He died on Feb. 24, 1920. She died 1928. They had 1 dau. and 3 sons.
145-2 Ainslie Bayer
Twin sons died in infancy
144-1 Bernice Shaw md. Charles Settle of Cole Harbour. They have 1 son.
145-2 Ainslie Bayer Shaw md. Helen -----. They live in Dartmouth, N.S. No issue.
111-6 Margaret Alvira Shaw (3rd dau. of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. Thomas Pray. They lived in South Boston, Mass. No issue.
112-7 Jane L. Shaw (4t dau. of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. Angus McLeod. They lived in St. Paul, Minnesota. 1 son and 3 daus. They are all listed in the McLeod history.
113-8 Mary Elizabeth Shaw (5th dau. of John & Margaret Milne Shaw) md. William Gladwin. Her descendants are listed in the Gladwin history.
On the passenger list of the transport ship "Beaufort" which arrived in Halifax 1749, is the name of Henry Sibley, "a Soapmaker." He had a son Stephen who went first to settle in Cornwallis, and then came to Wittenburg, where he was the first settler. (Ref. John Wright)
The name of Stephen’s wife is not known. They had 4 sons.
2-1 Henry b 1788-June 1, 1862.
4-3 Joseph b Oct. 25, 1790
5-4 William b Dec. 25, 1796-Mar. 12, 1870
2-1 Henry (1st son of the pioneer Stephen) md. Sarah (Sally) McNutt b in 1793. They kept a Hotel in the old Halifax road, St. Andrews, 8 children.
* 6-1 Ezekiel b 1814-Nov, 13, 1891
* 7-2 Mary b 1816
* 8-3 Eliza b 1818
* 9-4 Eunice b 1823
*10-5 Henry b 1825
*11-6 William b 1828
12-7 Lucy Ann b 1830 md. William Guild, son of William & Susan
Archibald Guild, (Guild Genealogy)
13-8 Susan b 1833 - unmd.
6-1 Ezekiel (1st son of Henry & Sarah Sibley) md. Susan Jane Kent of Truro. They kept a hotel on the new road. Their next hotel was close to the Stewiacke bridge. In the 1850’s Ezekiel was agent for the first cooking stove used in these parts, " the Liberty and the Union", an American product that sold for $20.00. Moved to Meagher’s Grant, 1857. 5 sons and 1 dau.
*15-2 Alexander Kent
16-3 George Taylor
18-5 Sinclair b 1853
*19-6 Susan Janet Kent
Susan died in 1864 and in 1871 Ezekiel md. Esther Stewart (b 1844-July 29, 1929) dau. of John & Elizabeth Geddes Stewart of Upper Musquodobolt. 3 sons and 3 daus.
*20-7 Florence Nightingale
*21-8 Campbell Stewart
*22-9 John Dixon
*24-11 Timothy Archibald
14-1 Henry (1st son of Ezekiel & Susan Sibley). He kept a general sore at Musquodoboit Harbour. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
26-1 Havelock md. Josephine Jane Ogilvie, 1898
15-2 Alexander (2nd son of Ezekiel & Susan Sibley) was a stage coach driver. He md. Bessie Dunbrack of Meagher’s Grant. 2 sons and 1 dau.
16-3 George (3rd son of Ezekiel & Susan Sibley) md. Eliza Dillman of Meagher’s Grant. They had 10 children.
32-1 Mrs. Clara Gillespie, Victoria, B.C.
33-2 Mrs. Bessie Gladwin
Others not listed.
17-4 Allison (4th son of Ezekiel & Susan Sibley) died young
18-5 Sinclair (5th son of Ezekiel & Susan Sibley) Went to Mass. Where he md. Hellier Cotter in Boston, 6 children.
19-6 Susan (only dau. of Ezekiel & Susan Sibley) was a schoolteacher. They had 2 children - they lived in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Harold - unmd.
Anna - unmd.
20-7 Florence (2n dau. of Ezekiel & 1st dau of Esther Sibley) md. Hezekiah Grant of the Gore, Hants Co. They live in Bedford, Mass. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
21-8 Campbell (6th son of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) lived in Meagher’s Grant.
22-9 John (7th son of Ezekiel and 2nd son of Esther Sibley) md. Mrs. Janet Wilson Dares of Meagher’s Grant. They had 2 sons.
37-1 John Dixon
38-2 Colin Campbell
23-10 Henrieta (3rd dau. of Ezekiel & 2nd dau. of Esther Sibley) md. Harry Towe. They have 3 sons and 1 dau. and live in St. Catharines, Ont.
24-11 Timothy (3rd son of Ezekiel & 3rd son of Esther Sibley) md. Jean McMichael of Antrim. They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
25-12 Sarah (4th dau of Ezekiel & 3rd dau. Of Esther Sibley) kept the post office at Meagher’s Grant for many years.
7-2 Mary (1st dau. of Henry & Sarah Sibley) md. George Taylor of Middle Stewiacke. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
39-1 John md. Libbie Pollock (dau. of John Pollock of Lower Stewiacke).
40-2 Ezekiel ran a meat business in Stewiacke.
41-3 Dau. md. Jack Brenton who carried mail and passengers between Brookfield and Upper Stewiacke.
42-4 Ann md. Parr Brenton.
43-5 Emma went to California and was married there.
8-3 Eliza (2nd dau. of Henry & Sarah (McNutt) md. George McLeod of Guild of Musquodobolt. He was a singing schoolteacher and the Precentor of the Presbyterian Church in Middle Musquodobolt. (See Guild history)
44-1 Susan or Sarah who died young
45-2 William H.
45-2 William was a schoolteacher. He also operated a store in Stewiacke where he bought an iron foundry. Family not known.
10-5 Henry (2nd son of Henry & Sarah (McNutt) Sibley) md. Ellen Ellis in 1849. They had 3 daus and 1 son.
46-1 Minerva md. Charles Todd of Brentwood.
51-2 Mabel Stacey
50-1 Nellie md. Alexander Kent
52-1 Esther Rogers died in infancy
53-2 Robert G. md. Mabel Gibbon of Stewiacke.
54-3 Frederick A. md. Hazel Wentzell of Musquodoboit. 1 son and
55-4 Charles md. Maude Ross of Springhill, 1 son and 2 daus.
56-5 Eleanor md. Angus L. Hardie, who came as a child with his
parents from Scotland. 1 son - Charles S.
51-2 Mabel md. George Kent (brother of Alexander Kent). They were md. In Truro, 1896. 7 children.
57-1 Harry Reardon
57-2 Laura Roger
59-3 Minerva Gammon
60-4 Reginald James Castle
61-5 Nellie Francis
63-7 Harvey Stephens
57-1 Harry md. Helen Bowlins of Winnipeg. They lived at Powell River, B.C.
58-2 Laura md. Leonard Banks Sterling of Acme, Alta.
59-3 Minerva md. John Turfus of Calgary. In 1936 they moved from Calgary to Van., B.C.
60-4 Reginald was with the R.C.M.P.
61-5 Nellie - unmarried.
62-6 Alexander md. Mary Wilson of Van.
63-7 Harvey md. Dorothy Rose of Haney, B.C.
47-2 Sarah md. John Brenton (son of Edward Brenton) They went to California - son Henry Sibley, died young.
48-3 Muir md. his cousin, Miss Brown. No issue. He married again. No record.
49-4 Nancy md. George Andrew of South Branch, Upper Stewiacke.
11-6 William (3rd and youngest son of Henry & Sarah (McNutt) Sibley) md. Elizabeth Woodworth (dau. of Benjamin Woodworth of Lr. Stewiacke).
*67-4 Frank Davies
64-1 George went to Boston. No record.
65-2 Nora md. Mr. Linton. They had 2 sons. Nora md. 2nd Lemuel Mann.
70-1 H. V. - went to California
71-2 William Woodworth
71-2 William md. Viola Carlton of Vancouver, B.C. They had 2 sons.
66-3 Elizabeth md. George Black and lived in Portland, Maine. They had 2 sons and a dau. (Mrs. Grace Miner).
67-4 Frank md. Clara Dickie of Stewiacke East. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
74-1 Harry V. md. Helen Broome in Vancouver, B.C.
75-2 Augery H. lives in Salt Lake City.
76-3 Frank md. Gladys Lindsay (dau. of Angus Lindsay of Alton).
77-4 Lulu died in 1945
78-5 Reta md. Fairbanks Miller. 14 children.
68-5 Clara md. William Warner. They lived in Boston. They had 2 daus.
69-6 Lawson md. Laura Waller of Truro. Several children.
3-2 Newcombe (2nd son of the pioneer Stephen) md. Susan Campbell. They kept a hotel in Middle Stewiacke. 4 sons 2 daus.
*83-3 Mary died young
*84-4 Lydia died young
*85-5 Jonathan Campbell
*87-7 Robert Blackwood
81-1 Ruth went to U.S. and md. Mr. Todd. 1 son and 1 dau.
82-2 Nathaniel (1st son of Newcombe & Susan Sibley) md. Susan Corbet (dau. of David Corbet of Coldstream). They lived in Upper Brookfield and had 7 sons ad 1 dau.
88-1 Robert died 20 yrs.
89-2 Lydia Ann
91-4 Alfred died in childhood
92-5 David died in childhood
94-7 Son died young
89-2 Lydia (only dau. of Nathaniel & Susan Sibley) md. William Clark of Brookfield. They had a large family but the name of 1 dau. only is known.
**96-1 Lavenia md. Baxter Hamilton in 1864. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
96-1 Fenwick went to U.S.
97-2 Annie, a schoolteacher died young.
Lavenia md. 2nd. John McPhee.
90-3 Melville (2nd son of Nathaniel & Susan Sibley) md. Lois Burrows (Burris) of Princeport. They went to B.C.
93-6 Vendon (5th son of Nathaniel & Susan Sibley) md. A girl from Brookfield. They moved to Abbottsford, B.C. He was a blacksmith.
95-8 Cyrus (7th son of Nathaniel & Susan Sibley) went to California.
85-5 Jonathan (3rd son of Newcombe & Susan Sibley) md. Maria Kent (dau. of James Kent). He was a medical doctor: lived in Jamaica.
86-6 James (3rd son of Newcombe & Susan Sibley). He was also a medical doctor. He lived in the West Indies.
**[Readers should note that there appears to be a numbering problem at this point - it would seem that 96-1 Lavinia is the known daughter of Lydia and William Clark; and the other 96-1 would be her son, Fenwick]cja
87-7 Robert (4th son of Newcombe & Susan Sibley) went to Australia, m. and had large family.
4-3 Joseph (3rd son of pioneer Stephen Sibley) was known for miles round as the "Chair Maker". He started manufacturing chairs in Wittenburg on Sibley Brook. They were made of good clean hardwood, mostly birch. The first ones had rush bottoms. Many homes in the Musquodobolt and Stewiacke valleys still have the Sibley chairs in their homes. Joseph lived in the center of Wittenburg, property owned by Mr. Ellis, 1980. He md. Jane Woodworth (dau. of Shelemith Woodworth) born Nov. 14, 1798.
7 sons and 5 daus.
* 99-1 Elizabeth b Feb. 4, 1819
*100-2 Mary Ann b Aug. 3, 1820
*101-3 Shelomith b Mar. 29, 1822
*102-4 William b Nov. 16, 1823
*103-5 Benjamin Ashel b Sept. 30, 1825
*105-7 Isaac b Mar. 3, 1829
*106-8 Sarah J. b Jan. 1, 1831
*107-9 Michael b Mar. 3, 1833-Dec. 10, 1908
*108-10 Catherine Hannah b Feb. 3, 1836
109-11 Joseph F. b Nov. 10, 1838
110-12 Stephen A. b Mar. 7, 1842
99-1 Elizabeth (1st dau. of Joseph & Jane Sibley) md. Robert Freeman Wright, Stewiacke East. 7 sons and 5 daus.
*111-1 Mary Jane
*112-2 William Freeman
*113-3 Alfred Judson
*114-4 Sarah Ann - unmarried.
*115-5 Joseph Sibley
*116-6 Ephriam Howard
*118-8 Matilda died as a young woman
*119-9 Robert H.
*120-10 Daniel B. died in infancy
*121-11 Isaac Manning
111-1 Mary md. Mr. Kinon of North Sydney, 1 son died young. Her 2nd husband was Alexander Kent of Truro. They had 1 son and 2 daus.
124-2 Winnie md. William Smith of Truro.
125-3 Abigail md. Joseph Wetherby of Truro.
112-2 William was a skilled woodworker. He md. Alice Archibald of Brookfield. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
129-4 Mary Susan
William built a house on part of the home farm. Went to Tacoma, Washington.
113-3 Alfred was a woodworker. He md. Martha Bartlett of Stewiacke East (dau. of John Bartlett). They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
130-1 Bessie md. Moses Perrier, lived in Stewiacke.
131-2 Pearson md. Coddie Johnson of Stewiacke East. They live in Vancouver.
132-3 Margaret md. Robert B. Pollock of Truro. They have 2 daus.
**135-2 Mrs. Graham Fraser
**136-2 Mrs. James Richard
134-5 Sadie md. Ira Miller of South Branch, Upper Stewiacke. They live in U.S.
115-5 Joseph unmarried.
**[Typist's Note: Numbers typed as in the original; it would seem that 135-2 should have been 135-1 -- note 135-1 appears as a child of 116-6 Ephriam next page.]cja
116-6 Ephriam was a carpenter and shoemaker. He md. Agnes Hawkins.
**135-1 Seymour [see**above]cja
136-2 Clinton Seawall
138-4 Agnes Jane
135-1 Seymour went to the U.S. and md. And left 2 daus.
136-2 Clinton went to Tacoma, Washington. He md. A widow.
137-3 Nellie md. Daniel Bruce of Stellarton, U.S. 1 son and 1 dau.
142-2 Phyllis (Mrs. MacLeod)
138-4 Agnes md. Jabel Myrl of Fall river, Mass. 1 dau. and 3 sons.
Ephrim’s 2nd wife was Jane Gault of Sheet Harbour. 4 children died in infancy.
117-7 Elizabeth wen to California and md. Ethan Woodworth, youngest of the Asahel Woodworth family.
119-9 Robert when 17 or 18 went to U.S. He was a roving Evangelist.
121-11 Isaac md. a widow Casard of Kings Co., N.S. Their only child died in infancy.
122-12 Ruth - no record.
100-2 Mary (2nd dau. of Joseph & Jane Sibley) md. James Williams b Feb. 19, 1819. His farm was the most northerly in Wittenberg. Jane McNutt lived there until 1945. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
147-1 Louisa went to U.S.
148-2 Elizabeth md. Mr. Margeson of South Berwick, Kings Co., N.S.
149-3 Frederick md. but no record of his wife or family.
151-5, 152-6, 153-7 James, Wolsey and Colvert went to Stewiacke East School the winter Lavinia Woodworth taught there. Wolsey md. Lavinia . They had a stocky, Sable Island pony.
101-3 Shelomith (1st son of Joseph & Jane Sibley) was a very clever man who operated an Iron Foundry in Truro, another one in Stewiacke as well he first woolen mill in N.S. He md. Caroline Turnbull, b Mar. 6, 1840. They had 1 dau.
154-1 Maria Jane b Aug. 27, 1860, she md. Mr. MacGlaughin in the U.S.
102-4 William (2nd son of Joseph & Jane Woodworth Sibley) built and operated a sawmill, gristmill and a shingle mill from the same pond, a little above his father’s shop. He built a number of large bridges in N.S. When the Sibley Bros. commenced to make their wooden window blinds, he invented, built and operated the loom for that purpose. He md. Maria Sibley (dau. of William 7 Eliza Thomas Sibley) a cousin. They had 1 dau.
155-1 Maelja b July 8, 1856-July 11, 1941
155-1 Maelja md. Edwin McGregor b Sept. 5, 1877. He was the first mayor when Stewiacke was incorporated as a town. No issue.
103-5 Benjamin (3rd son of Joseph & Jane Sibley) md. Eliza Johnson on Apr. 6, 1848. She was a sister of Thomas Johnson of Coldstream. They lived in Amherst, 1 son and 2 daus.
156-1 William J. b Dec. 10, 1849
157-2 Martha J. b July 19, 1851
158-3 Rosina b Oct. 20, 1854
105-7 Isaac (4th son of Joseph & Jane Sibley) farmed for a time on his brother Benjamin’s farm. Then his father bought him the Peggy Murray property.
106-8 Sarah (4th dau. of Joseph & Jane Sibley) md. Ingram Knowles, b Mar. 23, 1830. They went to California. 3 children.
160-2 Harras B.
107-9 Michael (5th son of Joseph & Jane Sibley) continued to make chairs, spinning wheels, looms, etc. He md. Mary Jane Sibley dau. of William Sibley. Their only child to survive infancy was
162-1 Almira b Dec. 1, 1863-Nov. 19, 1935
162-1 Almira md. Edgar Burgess. Hey lived on the Barney Knowles place which is thought to be the home of Stephen Sibley, the first settler in Wittenberg. They had 3 daus. and 1 son.
163-1 Edna md. Herbert McLeod of Halifax.
164-2 Jessie died young
165-3 Bertha md. Rev. L.C. Loomer who had 2 greenhouses in Wittenberg.
166-4 Arthur md. Bertha Cruickshank of Stewiacke. They lived in Dorchester, Mass.
108-10 Catherine (5th dau. of Joseph & Jane Sibley) md. John B. Lynes. They moved to Colorado. They had 2 children.
109-11 Joseph (6th son of Joseph & Jane Sibley) went to U.S.
110-12 Stephen (7th son of Joseph & Jane Sibley) went to U.S. when young.
5-4 William (4th and youngest son of Stephen, the pioneer Sibley) ran a sawmill on the St. Andrews River. When it burned down, he went to work in the lumber woods on the Mirimichi, N.B. In St. John, he met and married Eliza Thomas, b Aug. 6, 1814, dau. of Thomas Thomas, a boat builder and his wife, Catherine Dukeshire Thomas. They lived in Wittenburg, and he built a sawmill on Wallace’ Brook, later he settled on Sibley Hill. William and Catherine had 8 sons and 4 daus.
*169-1 Maria b Mar. 4, 1833
*170-2 Mary Jane b Oct. 25, 1836
*171-3 Calbert b Oct. 16, 1834
*172-4 William Henry b Apr. 6, 1838-Mar. 12, 1920
*173-5 Ezekiel Thomas b July 20, 1840-1934
*174-6 Richard Newcombe b June 1, 1842
*175-7 Stephen b June 1, 1844
*176-8 Asel b Benjamin b May 20, 1846
*177-9 Arron Thorp b Jan. 15, 1849
*178-10 Eliza Catherine b July 13, 1851
*179-11 Ruth b June 27, 1853
*180-12 Edward George b May 24, 1855
169-1 Maria (1st dau. of William & Eliza Thomas Sibley) md. William Sibley a son of Joseph Sibley, her cousin. Her genealogy is given under 102-4 William Sibley.
170-2 Mary (2nd dau. of William & Eliza Thomas) md. Michael Sibley, her cousin. Her genealogy is under 107-9 Michael Sibley.
171-3 Calbert (1st son of William & Elizabeth Sibley) was a millwright and operator of gristmills. He md. Jane Best of Wittenberg. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
172-4 William (2nd son of William & Eliza Sibley) md. Martha Johnson Bell (dau. of Thompson Bell md. Barbara Bell of Chaswood). They had 3 sons and 4 daus.
*186-1 Albern Henry b Sept. 30, 1873
*187-2 Annie Elizabeth b Sept. 19, 1874
*188-3 George S. b Aug. 19, 1876
*189-4 Ellen Maria b Sept. 3, 1877
*190-5 Richard Edward b Jan. 11, 1879
*191-6 Jennie Catherine b Dec. 14, 1880
*192-7 Ruth Barbara b Dec. 20, 1884
186-1 Albern (1st son of William & Martha Sibley) md. Eudora Pulsifer ) of Wittenberg. They lived in Bedford. They had 1 son.
193-1 Edward David md. Hazel M. Crowell. They have 1 son.
187-2 Annie (1st dau. of William & Martha Sibley) md. George Urquhart. They had 1 son and 3 daus.
196-2 Leota lived in Five Islands
198-4 Alburn lived in Halifax
188-3 George (2nd son of William & Martha Sibley) md. Hattie Turner of Milford, Hans Co. He md. 2nd Jane Sargent of Chaswood: they had 6 sons and 6 daus.
199-1 Wallace Ivan md. Reta McMullen
200-2 Mary Ellen (Mrs. Carl Fiske, B.C.)
201-3 Susan May (Mrs. Malcolm McLeod of West St. Andrews)
202-4 Velma Ruth (Mrs. Ross Dickie of Meagher’s Grant)
203-5 Edward George
204-6 Ellis Bell md. Dorothy Reid
205-7 Richard Cecil
206-8 Earl Francis md.-- Mitchell
207-9 Dora Sylvia
208-10 Gladys Margaret md. Cecil Kerr of Meagher’s Grant
209-11 Effie Ida
210-12 Norman Ross
189-4 Ellen (2nd dau. of William & Martha Sibley) md. Captain Card of Burlington, Hants Co. 5 sons.
213-3 Orland Prest
214-4 Edgar Loquell
215-5 Stewart Monroe
190-5 Richard (3rd son of William & Martha Sibley) md. Ellen Mosher of Musquodobolt Harbour. 2 daus.
216-1 Elsie Winifred md. Ralph Campbell
217-2 Blanche Isabel md. John Nageles
191-6 Jennie (3rd dau. of William & Martha Sibley) md. George Taylor of Chaswood. 2 sons and 1 dau.
218-1 Dora May md. Edgar Gates of Musquodobolt Harbour
219-2 Ralph md. Merle Creelman of Upper Stewiacke
220-3 Fred Stewart md. Reta Taylor, a cousin.
192-7 Ruth 94th dau. of William & Martha Sibley) md. Mr. Card of Burlington. 2 sons and 1 dau.
173-5 Ezekiel (3rd son of William & Eliza Sibley) was born in West St. Andrews. They had 3 sons and 5 daus.
*224-1 Edgar Manning
*226-3 Norman Woodbury
*228-5 Mary Esther
*229-6 Harriett Margaret d 1944
*230-7 Florence Kathleen
224-1 Edgar (1st son of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) died 1919, unmarried.
225-2 Stanley (2nd son of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) md. Ella Gates of Musquodoboit Harbour. 2 sons and 2 daus.
232-1 Marabelle Maria
234-3 Edgar Theodore
235-4 Dau. Frances
232-1 Marabelle md. L.F. Lobbin of Abbotsford, B.C. They had 1 dau.
233-2 Lewis md. Jean Gronnan. They live in Vancouver, B.C. They have 1 son.
234-3 Edgar is married and lives at Deadwood, Alta. They have 3 children.
235-4 Frances md. J.A. McFadden. In 1925 Stanley md. 2nd Rosa Mills of Amherst. No issue.
226-3 Norman (3rd son of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) bought the home place on the hill. He md. Mary Bell of Stewiacke. 2 sons.
238-1 Lewis died in infancy
227-4 Lucinda (1st dau. of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) md. John Bryson and for some years lived in Dartmouth, then Amherst. 2 sons and 3 daus.
241-2 Rebecca Queen
242-3 Dau. died when 4 yrs. old.
244-5 Son in Amherst
240-1 Vivian was a school teacher. She md. Daniel Chane of Mass., U.S.A. 2 sons.
246-2 John Bryson
241-2 Rebecca md. Richard Lamb of Pittsburg. They had 2 sons.
248-2 Earl Sherman
243-4 Vern lives in Montreal, P.Q.
244-5 The younger son lives in Amherst and is married.
228-5 Mary (2nd dau. of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) md. James W. Ramsey, of Wittenberg. They had 5 daus. and 2 sons.
249-1 Gladys Florence
250-2 Annie Foster
251-3 Lois Bertha
252-4 Helen Bernice
253-5 Jean Marie
254-6 Laurie Vincent
255-7 James Wilfred
249-1 Gladys md. James Spates. They have 1 son.
256-1 James Laurie
251-3 Lois md. Chester McPhee of Shubenacadie. 1 son and 1 dau.
257-1 Mary Ellen
258-2 Chester Ramsey
252-4 Helen md. Carl Conrad, Port Wallis. 1 son
259-1 Paul Ross
253-5 Jean md. Arthur Ervin in May 1944. They live in Halifax. 1 son.
254-6 Laurie md. Rena Durrant of London, Ont. 1 dau.
260-1 Esther Mary
255-7 James remained on the farm. He md.------- Guild. They have a family.
229-6 Harriet (3rd dau. of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) md. Woodill Taylor of Chaswood. They had 4 sons and 2 daus.
261-1 Dorothy Aileen md. George Fulton, 3 sons: Donald, Robert,
262-2 Esther Retha
263-3 Cyril Raymond
264-4 Donald Theodore killed overseas in World War II
265-5 Vernon Lincoln Sibley
266-6 Francis Maynard
262-2 Esther R. md. Fred Taylor a cousin. No issue.
263-3 Cyril md. Joanne Gillis, N.B. He is a medical doctor, N.B.
265-5 Vernon md. Miss Smith
266-6 Maynard is a medical doctor. He md. Miss Marriott.
230-7 Florence (4th dau. of Ezekiel & Esther Sibley) md. Walter Gilbert of Musquodoboit Harbour in 1909. They had 1 dau.
270-1 Burill md. T. Francis of Halifax, they have 1 dau.
271-1 Judith Ann
231-8 The 5th dau. of Ezekiel and Esther Sibley md. William Reed, N.H. 3 daus.
272-1 Evelyn Hanna
274-3 N.H. Norma
272-1 Evelyn md. Howard Nelson of Vermont. 1 son.
273-2 Willimina is a school teacher.
274-3 Norma is a nurse.
174-6 Richard (4th son of William & Eliza Sibley) worked with his younger brother Stephen in the shop previously occupied by Joseph Sibley and his son, Michael. He md. Isabelle Bruce of Elderbank. After the Sibley factories closed they went to Denver, Colorado. They had 2 daus.
275-1 Blanche md. Prof. Williams
175-7 Stephen (5th son of William & Eliza Sibley) died when 7 years.
176-8 Benjamin (6th son of William & Eliza Sibley) md. Gemmie Pulsifer (dau of John and Mary Taylor Pulsifer).
177-9 Aaron (7th son of William & Eliza Sibley) md. Susan Leck (dau. of Henry Leck of Chaswood). Their descendants are given in the Leck family.
178-10 Eliza (3rd dau. of William & Eliza Sibley) md. George Washington Ogilvie of Elderbank. They had 2 children.
277-1 Estella Maude twin b July 26, 1890
278-2 Ada Marie twin "
279-3 George Earle b Dec. 6, 1891-Sept. 1900
277-1 Estella, a teacher md. William Braid of New Carlisle, P.Q. They had 3 daus. and 1 son.
280-2 Amy Kathleen
281-3 Greta Beryl
282-4 Earl Conrad
279-1 Lois md. Gerald Otto McLellan. 3 daus. and 2 sons.
283-1 Sandra Lois
-2 James Earle
-3 Joanne Beryl
-4 Faye Geraldine
-5 Walter Keith
278-2 Ada md. Harry Loveret Scott. 4 sons and 2 daus.
284-1 Leighton Ogilvie b 1914-1942
285-2 Edith Cavell
286-3 Wendell Leveret died at the age of 14 yrs, 1917-1931
287-4 Theodore Luce
288-5 Nelson George
289-6 Lorraine Eveline Marie
284-1 Leighton, killed in W.W. 2
285-2 Edith md. Capt. B. Marchant of Montreal. 2 sons.
290-1 Murray Scott
291-2 Douglas Harry
287-4 Theodore md. Winnifred Jones of Mass.
1. Wendill Jeffrey
2. Noreen Marie.
179-11 Ruth (4th dau. of William & Eliza Sibley) md. Alexander McDougall. No issue.
180-12 Edward George (8th son of William & Eliza Sibley) died in Jamaica, 1895.
280-2 Amy Kathleen md. Douglas Smith.
1. Stephanie Anne Lorraine
2. Virginia Kathleen
3. David Douglas
281-3 Greta Beryl md. Douglas Roy Draper in Aug. 1949.
1. Lorna Jean
2. Roy Edward
3. Ruth Beverley
282-4 Earle Conrad md. Edith Bulley 1 dau. Paula Elaine.
285-2 Edith Cavell md. Bertram Henry Marchant.
1. Murray Scott
2. Douglas Harry
3. Wenda Grace
4. Kenneth Richard
5. Andrew Bertram
288-5 Nelson George md. Joan Sutton.
1. Alan Douglas
Above date supplied by: Mrs. H.S. Scott, Beverly, Mass.
A pamphlet: The descendants of Robert Sibley of Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina has been published by Major J.S. Sibley, West Point, New York
Rev. John Sprott
1. Rev. John Sprott was the eldest son of James Sprott and his wife, Margaret Hannay. He was born at Caldon Park, Stoneykirk, Wigtownshire, Scotland, Mar. 3, 1780. A graduate of Edinborough University, he came to Nova Scotia in 1818 where his first Charge was that of Windsor, Newport, and Rawdon. In Sept. 1825, the Rev. John Sprott was inducted into the Charge of Musquodoboit, and he bought the farm where he lived for the remainder of his life. This farm originally belonged to Samuel Braden, and remained in the Sprott family until recent times. (Allen Stretch property, 1980). The Rev. John Sprott ministered to the people of Musquodoboit until 1849, at which time he remitted his charge. He continued to preach and perform ministerial services anywhere needed in the Province, going everywhere on horseback, and successfully managed his farm, until his death, Sept. 15, 1869. The Rev. John Sprott md. 1st Sarah Clarke, Windsor, and 2nd Charlotte Leslie of Shelburne. Both died young and he md. 3rd Jane Neilson, b Wigtownshire, Scotland, Apr. 1, 1790-Apr. 27, 1873. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
*2-1 Jane McKenna b July 1, 1827-
*3-2 George Washington d 1909
*5-4 Charles Neilson b 1833-Oct. 26, 1911
*6-5 John Stevenson d Nov. 29, 1867
2-1 Jane (1st dau. of Rev. John and Jane Sprott) md. Rev. Isaac Murray D.D. of Cape Breton. She visited Musquodoboit for Church Centenary, 1915. They had 2 daus. and 1 son.
7-1 Christiana McKay - unmarried
8-2 Elizabeth Jane - unmarried
9-3 John, inspector of schools - d 1894
3-2 George (1st son of Rev. John & Jane Sprott) md. Mary Hill. He was a minister of North Berwick, Scotland also served in St. Matthews, Halifax. They had 2 sons and 4 daus.
10-1 Harold md. Mary McLeod - no issue.
11-2 Wulfric - unmarried - was buried at sea.
12-3 Agnes md.
16-1 Douglas d young
17-2 Elspeth d in infancy
18-3 Arthur md. E. Sherwood
19-4 George md. L. Lindsey. They had 1 dau.
20-1 Mary md. C. Lintott.
13-4 Mabel md. ------- -------. 1 son and 4 daus.
21-1 Lillas md. Harold Bidder
22-2 May md. A. Murray
23-3 Charlotte md. A. ------ Farman.
24-4 George md.
25-5 Mabel md. M. Rush
14-5 Mina md. Colin Renton
26-1 Elsie md. B. Thorn
Two other children died in India.
15-6 Violet md. Don Adye. 1 son 2 daus.
27-1 Violet md. C. Bindloss
29-3 Patricia unmarried.
4-3 Elizabeth (2nd dau of Rev. John & Jane Sprott) md. Robert Putnam of Fort Belcher. She later lived in Amherst. They had 3 daus. and 4 sons.
30-1 Ella md. Rev. Humphrey Gratz (no issue).
31-1 Charles md. Nina Coates & went to Western Canada.
32-3 Harold md. Mae Lawrence
33-4 John md. Clara Hamilton and went to B.C.
34-5 William md. Jean King and went to Alberta
35-6 Mary md. R.P. Fulton
36-7 Charlotte md. Charles Lusby of Amherst.
5-4 Charles (2nd son of Rev. John & Jane Sprott) md. Sarah Coleman of Dartmouth. He farmed the original Sprott homestead, which had been named "The Manse of Tullochgorum." Mr. Sprott was an elder of Elderbank Presbyterian Church and for over thirty years was superintendent of Sunday School of Middleton Church. He and his wife Sarah are buried in Hillside Cemetery. Charles Neilson Sprott d. Oct. 20, 1911 age 78 Sarah Jane d. Mar. 2, 1924 age 84 Charles and Jane had 4 sons and 3 daus.
*37-1 George Clifford
*39-3 Edith b 1868-1946
*40-4 John b Mar. 17, 1871-Nov. 1945
*41-5 Annie Hill
*42-6 Charles Percy
*43-7 Inglis Neilson
37-1 George md. Minnie West. They had 3 daus. and 2 sons.
44-1 Hazel b Dec. 30, 1897-Dec. 23, 1966
45-2 Marjorie b Mar. 20, 1900
46-3 Kenneth Erwin b Dec. 5, 1902-Dec. 3, 1953
47-4 Norma b Mar. 2
48-5 George Charles
44-1 Hazel md. Dorr Dudley Green of Denver, Colorado. 1 son and 2 daus.
49-1 Richard Paul md. Dorothy King - 3 children.
50-2 Shirley Sprott
51-3 Betty Dorr
45-2 Marjorie md. Herbert Edward Wheeler of California on June 1922, they had 2 sons and 1 dau.
52-1 William George b Aug. 23, 1921-Dec. 5,1943 in W.W. 2
53-2 Marjorie Pauline
54-3 Herbert Edward
53-2 Marjorie md. Norman Walker Colquhoun. 1 son and 1 dau.
55-1 Nancy Walker
56-2 Thomas Wheeler
54-3 Herbert md. Barbara Jeanette Dunn. 3 sons.
57-1 Jonathan Dunn
58-2 Matthew William
59-3 Thomas George
46-3 Kenneth md. Anne Sylvia ----- . 2 sons and 3 daus.
59-1 Sonia Anne md. Peter Verrochi.
60-2 Kenneth John
61-3 Francis George
62-4 Judith Mae
63-5 Cynthia Margaret
47-4 Norma md Stuart I. Giles of Marlboro, Mass.
67-4 Jean Norma
64-1 Suzzane md. Louis Bermudes, 1957. 2 daus.
69-2 Suzanne Jean
48-5 George md Priscilla Rowena of Charlton, Mass. (Jan. 4, 1916 - Oct. 17, 1954).
They had 3 daus.
70-1 Gwendolyn Rowena
71-2 Patricia Ellen
72-3 Beverley Lorraine
38-2 Norma md. James Sedgewick. For her genealogy see the Sedgewick family (12-11).
39-3 Edith md. Rev. William Rufus Foote, M.A. 2 sons and 4 daus.
*73-1 John 1902-1909
74-2 Jean (Mrs. Fred Baker)
75-3 Ruth md. David MacGregor of Gourack, Scotland. 1 dau.
76-4 Beatrice md Roy McIsaac of Florenceville, N.B. 2 sons and 2 daus.
77-5 Muriel md. C.H. Honey of French River, Ont.
78-6 Rev. Charles md. 1 son and 1 dau.
40-4 John md. Helen O’Brien. No issue. John managed the creamery in Musquodoboit shortly after it was started.
41-5 Annie md. John Sedgewick. For her genealogy see the Sedgewick history.
42-6 Charles md. Eva Stripp. 1 son and 1 dau.
79-1 Clifford Neilson
80-2 Edith Hill
79-1 Clifford md. Catherine E. Jordan.
80-2 Edith Hill md. Edward Wilson, living in Brookline, Mass., 1980.
81-1 Barbara Anne
82-2 Janet Jordan
83-3 Charles William
81-1 Barbara md. John M. Atkins
82-2 Janet md. Robert E. Gooday, Jr.
86-1 Robert C. II
87-2 Glenn Allen
83-3 Charles md. Carol Donovan. 1 dau.
88-1 Nancy Jane
43-7 Inglis md. Agnes Dunbrack, she is buried in Hillside Cemetery, 1867-1923. No issue. Inglis md. 2nd Bertha Moore of Shubenacadie. No issue.
6-5 John (3rd son of Rev. John & Jane Sprott). He received his medical degree from Glasgow University, returned to N.S. and died at Fort Belcher near Onslow in 1867. He was unmarried. The Rev. John Sprott will always be remembered by the people of the Musquodoboit Valley. His high principles and good works were acclaimed by everybody, even those who differed with him on matters of Church policy. His passion for universal education was largely instrumental in bringing schools to all areas of the community. The life and work of the Rev. John Sprott are beautifully depicted in a "Memorial"volume edited by his son, the Rev. George W. Sprott, D.D. The Musquodoboit Centenary Book (1915) provides a detailed appreciation of the splendid abilities shown in all fields of endeavor by the Rev. John Sprott, a most courageous pioneer.
In 1822 when the Rev. John Sprott was the newly settled minister at Windsor, Rawdon and Newport, with his first wife Sarah Clarke, he prevailed upon his much younger brother James to join him pioneering in the New World. James did so and purchased a farm at Windsor, March 1st, 1822, marrying Lamira Smith of Newport, nearby, the following month. (The Rev. John may perhaps be justly suspected of matchmaking, and had probably chosen an excellent wife for his brother before James left Scotland). James and Lamira had 7 children, but only four are listed by Mrs. James Harvey, Newportt, Hants Co., N.S., who supplied this data.
1. James, (brother of Rev. John Sprott and 4th son of James and Margaret Hannay Sprott).
2-1 Archibald married and settled Chicago. He died there in 1897. No issue.
3-2 Henry (2nd son of James & Lamira Sprott) md. Jane Allison Stewart of Limavody, Londonderry, Ireland. 2 sons and 4 daus.
6-1 Jane b 1867-1919
7-2 James b 1869-Feb. 5, 1942
6-1 Jane md. Eldridge McColloch.
7-2 James md. Margaret Ann Mosher, on Nov. 5, 1900. They had 1 dau.
12-1 Georgie Alverta b Aug. 4, 1902, md. James Harvey of Poplar
Grove, Hants Co. They have 2 sons and 1 dau.
14-2 Arthur of Sudbury, Ontario.
15-3 Pauline (Mrs. Barclay Kirkpatrick of Carol Lake, Labrador.)
8-3 Elizabeth md. John McFarlane. They had seven children.
9-4 Esther md. Gordon McEwen. They had one son.
16-1 Elwyn, a doctor in Arlington, Mass.
10-5 Isabel unmarried
11-6 Archibald died young, in U.S.
4-3 Sarah (1st dau. of James & Lamira Sprott) md. John Simpson. No issue.
5-4 John (3rd son of James & Lamira Sprott) md. Martha Smith. They had 3 sons & 3 daus.
16-1 William died in Seattle
17-2 George died in U.S.A.
18-3 Harry died in Waltham.
19-4 Agnes Broughton died in Texas.
20-5 Mary md. Davis Campbell, they had one son Clyde, who
died in Texas.
James Sprott was killed by a falling tree in 1837, and is buried near Newport church. Lamira, his widow, md. 2nd Joseph Allison, a widower, from Limavody, Ireland, whose niece, Jane had married Henry Sprott, Lamira’s son.
Joseph Allison had been a farmer in Ireland, and one day when his table was set with some precious silver spoons, probably for a special occasion, the land agent called and spying these affluent items, promptly raised Joseph’s rent! Enraged by this injustice, Joseph decided to emigrate and with his family settled near his niece at Gaspereaux, Nova Scotia.
His eldest daughter married Colonel Jonathan Crane, and a son, Charles Frederick Allison, founded Mount Allison Academy which began its educational work Jan. 19, 1843. (This news must have been greeted with great joy by the Rev. John Sprott of Musquodoboit.) One might say that Mount Allison University began with a dozen silver spoons; in recent times owned by Mrs. Erroll Mitchell, Halifax.
Captain George Taylor
George Taylor emigrated to Nova Scotia from Farnemney, Scotland, sailing from Glasgow and arriving in Halifax, Oct. 26, 1810. He was born March 30, 1777 and his wife, Helen Simpson was born Sept. 1780. They were married in Aug. 1798 and reared a family of 13 children. (Ref. Allison’s History of Nova Scotia Vol. 3, p. 623) They settled in Chaswood, called Taylorville in early days. A brother of George Taylor, Alexander, settled in Halifax, N.S. where some of his descendants still live. Their sister, Mrs. Lobie, also came and lived in Gay’s River. James M. Taylor settled in Musquodoboit and lived on the Chaswood Meadow. The exact relationship of James M. to Captain George Taylor is not known, but he was always called “Uncle” by the latter’s children; he was perhaps an older brother of George. James M. married Margaret Balcom of Port Dufferin. All the Taylors of Elderbank and Carroll’s Corner are descendants of James and Margaret Balcom Taylor. 7 sons and 4 daus.
Reference: "Early Days and Pioneers of Musquodoboit" by George Taylor.
James buried in Pioneer Cemetery, he died Feb. 22, 1851, aged 85.
Jennie and Simon Glenros
1. George Taylor and his wife Helen Simpson had 6 children born in Scotland, and seven more were born in Nova Scotia. Twelve of these grew up, and raised families near home. 8 sons and 5 daus.
2-1 William born in Scotland before 1810
3-2 George born in Scotland before 1810
4-3 Alexander born in Scotland before 1810
5-4 James born in Scotland before 1810
6-5 Helen born in Scotland before 1810
7-6 John b 1809-1858
*10-9 Eliza died at 2 years
11-10 Mary Ann
12-11 Edward S.
14-13 Robert B. b 1827-1916
George Taylor had been in the Militia in Scotland, and was known as “Captain George Taylor” all his life. A bricklayer by trade, he found suitable clay near at hand in Chaswood and fashioned bricks for his house. Captain Taylor served on the building committee for the First Presbyterian Church, and is buried, with his wife and other members of the family in the northeast corner of Pioneer Cemetery. One of the first schools was located on his land.
2-1 William (1st son of George & Helen Taylor) md. Susan Blades of Gay’s River and lived where Mrs. Laurie Taylor lives, 1980. 2 sons and 3 daus.
15-1 George b 1822-Nov. 15, 1891, 69 yrs.
16-2 William b 1826-Dec 26, 1892, age 66 yrs.
17-3 Susan Ann
19-5 Sarah Ellen b 1829-Jan. 14, 1898, age 69 yrs.
15-1 George (1st son of William & Susan Blades Taylor) md. Margaret Pulsifer. 1 son and 1 dau.
20-1 J.W. Porter
20-1 J.W. Porter md. Sigaretha Thorsteine (Sarah Johnson) of Iceland who came to Nova Scotia at the age of sixteen years and two years later md. and settled in Chaswood. Porter was a farmer in Chaswood, they had 7 sons and 4 daus.
22-1 Ernest md. Annie Sqinney. [sic] No issue.
23-2 Woodill md Harriet Sibley of Chaswood. 2 daus. and 4 sons.
33-1 Dorothy md. George Fulton - 3 sons
34-2 Retha md. Fred Taylor. No issue.
35-3 Cyril md. Joanne Gillis of N.B.
36-4 Donald killed overseas in Norway, W.W. 2
37-5 Vernon md. ----- Smith
38-6 Maynard md. ----- Merriott
24-3 Guy, unmarried.
25-4 Lee md. Nettie Hartling. They have 7 sons and 5 daus. He lives in Hopedale, Mass.
9. Evelyn P. Allen
26-5 Grace md. George Deslauriers of Gardiner, Mass. They have 2 sons.
27-6 Maude md. Albert Leonard of Hingham, Mass. 2 sons.
28-7 Lillian md. ------- -------. No issue.
29-8 Clay md. Kate Asbery of Quebec. They live in Maine.
30.9 Mae md. Robinson Woodworth of Cooks Brook. 2 daus. They lived in Hudson, Mass.
31-10 Ainslie md. Frances ----- from California. No issue. They live in Odessa, Texas.
32-11 Vernon md. Lucy MacMichael of Cook’s Brook. No issue.
21-2 Charlotte (only dau. of George & Margaret Taylor) md. John Benjamin of Gay’s River. No issue.
16-2 William (2nd son of William & Susan Taylor) md. Sally Pulsifer. They had 7 sons and 1 dau.
1. Joseph E. of Wittenberg
2. Howard H. (1852-1920) wife Georgina L. 1853-1943
3. James Mitchell
4. Henry C.
7. John went to Wyoming
William died Dec. 26, 1892 wife Sarah died Sept. 18, 1896
Joseph Enos 1st son of William, md. Annie Ellis of Crossroads, Stewiacke.
1. Mary Laura
2. Corristine Cleveland
8. William Cecil
9. Douglas died when 5 yrs. old
1. Mary md. Frederick Laidlaw of Waverley. They had:
1. Annie, unmarried
2. Elizabeth md. Bryden Stewart of Upper Musquodoboit
3. Franklyn md. ----- ------, lives in Mass.
4. Harvey, unmarried
5. Stella Florence md. Clarence Taylor
2. Corristine md. Susan McLeod of Caledonia, Queens Co. They had:
1. Luella Grace md. Frank Higgins
2. Clarence Franklyn md. Stella Florence Taylor.
3. Percy McLeod md. Edith Cruickshank
4. Clifford Joseph md. Jean Stewart, m. 2nd Elva Dillman
5. Muriel md. Lewis Reid, Elmsvale
6. Elva twin md. John R. Reid, Elmsvale
7. Erma twin md. Earl Redden, Caribou
8. Cora Marie md. Harry Small of N.H.
9. Eleanor Mae md. Bernard Belmore, Caribou
10. Byron Howard md. Frances MacKenzie of Enfield
11. Roberta Estelle md. Edgar Annand
3. Sadie, dau. of Joseph and Annie Ellis Taylor, md. Rev. R.S. Meadows of Wittenberg. They had:
1. Roy md. ---- ----- lives in Yarmouth
2. Beatrice md. Drew Kelly of River Hebert
3. Greta md. Murk McIvor of River Herbert
4. Gladys md. Layton MacEachan of River Hebert
5. Millie md. ----- ----- lives in Earlville, N.Y.
6. Edith md. ----- Palmer of St. John
4. Edna dau. of Joseph and Annie Ellis Taylor, md. Henry Mammon of Wareham, Mass.
1. Eleanor, unmarried
2. Cecil md. ----
3. Lloyd md. ----
5. Stella dau. of Joseph and Annie Ellis Taylor, md. George Clark of Linton, B.C. They had:
1. Zeta md. and lives in Oregon
2. Rhoda md. ---- ----- lives in Edmonton, Alta.
6. Angus son of Joseph and Annie Ellis Taylor, md. Eleanor Dexter of Stewiacke. They had:
1. Harvey md. ----, Truro
2. Craig md. Sadie Dickie of Stewiacke
3. Dexter md. Pearl Glassey of Truro
7. Ross, unmarried
8. William son of Joseph and Annie Ellis Taylor, md. Martha McPhee of Stewiacke East. They had:
1. Douglas md. Verna Morrison of Economy and lives in Truro.
2. Norma Alma md. Lionel Courtney of Smooth Rock Falls, Ontario. No issue.
3. Avis md. Jack Wright of Park Hill, Ont.
4. Ronald md. Helen Wier of Truro
5. Joyce Pauline md. Tom Foote
2. Howard H. son of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, md. Georgiana Lindsey of Brookvale. They had:
1. Austin md. ------, Amherst
2. Czerney md., Halifax
3. Ira md. ----- 2 sons
5. Ethel md. Dr. Faulkner of Halifax
3. James son of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, md. and had one dau. Lovabella.
4. Henry C. son of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, md. and lived in Colorado - 2 children. 2nd wife Margaret Taylor - 5 children.
5. Frank son of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, md. Addie Taylor (dau. of Alex Taylor), lived on his father’s place. They had:
1. Roy md. Lelia F. Bayers of Jeddore
2. Laurie md. Merle Annand of Chaswood
3. Earl md. Bessie Swinimer, 2 sons, Harry and Kenneth
4. Verna md. and lives in Ontario
6. Rhoda, dau. of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, md. Capt. Sprott Balcom, Port Dufferin. 2 daus.
7. John son of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, went to Wyoming - 1 son, Ivan.
Ivan md. -----
8. William son of William and Sally Pulsifer Taylor, lived, Denver, Colorado.
17-3 Susan Ann (1st dau. of William and Susan Taylor) md. John McFetridge of Chaswood. (Her genealogy is given in the McFetridge family as No. 3-2)
18-4 Mary (2nd dau. of William and Susan Taylor) md. John Pulsifer. John Pulsifer was the first to find native gold in Nova Scotia.
1. Seward md. Bertha Corbett. Lived in Brookvale, (on farm owned by Peter Van Wychen, 1980.) 2 sons and 4 daus.
19-5 Sarah (3rd dau. of William & Susan Taylor) md James Sargent. 4 sons and 4 daus.
5. Pauline (Mrs. Alex Grant)
6. Margaret (Mrs. Wm. T. Wright)
7. Annie (Mrs. James Ramsey)
8. Susan (Mrs. Arnold McBain)
1. William (1st son of James and Sarah Sargent) md. Margaret Taylor of Cooper Taylor’s family of Elderbank, 4 sons and 3 daus.
1. Howard died young
2. Nathan md. Fannie Bruce and lives in U.S.
3. Alvin lived in Chaswood - d 1946
4. John md. ----- Webster, lives in U.S.
5. Jane md. George Sibley of Wittenberg
3. George (2nd son of George and Helen Taylor) md. Rebecca Miller. They lived at Fall River where they are buried. They had:
2. Alexander J.
3. Dau. (Mrs. Dowell) - son Harris Dowell
1. Henry md. (1st son of George and Rebecca Miller) 1 son and 5 daus.
1. Harry died at Seattle
2. Winnie md. in Boston
3. Annie md. Milton Crowe in Stewiacke
4. Ollie md. Harry Logan, lived in Kimberley, B.C.
5. Nellie md. G. Ross Marshall of Stewiacke
6. Alma P. lived in Stewiacke
2. Alexander J. 2nd son of George and Rebecca Miller Taylor) md. Esther Robinson. They had:
1. George died
2. Melissa, died in Minnesota
3. Rebecca md. Sidney M. Taylor
Alexander J's wife died and he md. 2nd Rhoda Pulsifer and had the following family:
5. Ada, md. Robert Jennings. 3 sons, 1 dau.
Stanley, Harry, William, and Lorna.
Lorna md. James Pickles, son of George Pickles and his wife, Edith Langley. They had 3 sons, 1 daughter.
Stanley, Ada, Harry and Murray
6. Adelaide (Mrs. Frank Taylor)
7. Annie (Mrs. W.H. Day) died 1948
8. Margaret E. (Mrs. H.C. Taylor)
4-3 Alexander, 3rd son of George and Helen Taylor md. Elizabeth Ervin, died young, leaving five children.
1. Robert d young
2. George went to California in 1849
3. Ellen md. Harrison Blades, went to Mass.
4. Mary was the 2nd wife of John McFetridge of Chaswood.
5. Elizabeth md. Andrew Wilson of Chaswood. They had:
1. Edwin Wesley b Dec. 18, 1861
All 3 of these children are deceased without issue.
Elizabeth Wilson’s 2nd husband was Samuel McPhee of Shubenacadie. After Alexander died, his widow Elizabeth Ervin md. John Bell. She was later known as "Aunt Betty Bell". They had 2 sons.
1. Alexander T.
2. John Bell, Jr.
5-4 James (4th son of George & Helen Taylor) md. Betsy Twyford. They lived, where Robert Taylor lives, 1980. They had 1 son and 4 daus.
1. Ellen, dau. of James and Betsy Taylor md. John Annand. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
2. James son of James and Betsy Taylor, last heard of in Minnesota.
3. Sarah 2nd dau. of James and Betsy Taylor, md. Alfred Thompson.
4. Mary 3rd dau. of James and Betsy Taylor, md. George Sutherland. They had 1 son, 2 daus.
1. John of Gay’s River
2. Margaret (Mrs. Capt. John Burris)
3. Annie (Mrs. John Shaw)
5. Rebecca 4th dau. of James and Betsy Taylor md. Robert Cruickshank. 2 sons and 2 daus.
6-5 Helen (1st dau. of George & Helen Taylor) md. John Annand of Gay’s River. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
1. Rev. Joseph Annand of Hantsport
4. Dau. (Frame) son Rev. Dr. Frame
5. Dau (Corbett) son of Sylvannus of Cook’s Brook
7-6 John (5th son of George and Helen Taylor) md. Jane Henderson. They had 2 sons and 2 daus. Both are buried in Hillside Cemetery.
John 1809-Aug 6, 1858
Jane 1809-Mar 9, 1895
1. John Henderson b 1838-1908
2. Ellen Simpson
3. Jane Stewart
4. Sidney Merkland
1. John (1st son of John and Jane Taylor) md. Annie Layton Bates. He md. 2nd Ellen Bell (1842-1924.) (dau. of Thompson and Barbara Muir Bell). John and Annie had 4 sons and 1 dau.
*1 Arthur b 1865-1920
*2. Jane T. b Mar 12, 1867
*3. George Henry b Dec. 15, 1869-Apr. 2, 1923
*4. Albert D. b 1872-1929
*5. Sidney Herbert b May 12, 1875 John and Ellen had 1 son
6. John Hiram b Feb. 15, 1885-May 12, 1914
1. Arthur 1st son of John and Annie Taylor went west in 1885 and died in Van., B.C. in 1920
2. Jane 1st dau. of John and Annie Taylor md. George Jennings and raised a large family. Md. 2nd Robert Fraser of Higginsville.
3. George 2nd son of George and Annie Taylor md. Jennie Sibley. 2 sons and 1 dau. See Sibley history.
4. Albert 3rd son of John and Annie Taylor, unmarried.
5. Sidney 4th son of John and Annie Taylor md. Sarah Ervin (dau. of Samuel & Emma Archibald Ervin). 5 daus. and 2 sons.
2. Cecil S.
7. John Henderson
1. Freda md. E.C. Johnson of Detroit. No issue.
2. Cecil md. Sarah Bulmer of Glenholme.
1 son and 2 daus.
Helen dau. of Cecil and Sarah Taylor, md. John Appleby of Newcastle, N.B. - one son William Taylor Appleby.
3. Bessie 2nd dau. of Sydney and Sarah Ervin Taylor, md. Earl Davis. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
4. Annie 3rd dau. of Sydney and Sarah Ervin Taylor md. A.W. MacIntyre of
Stewiacke. 1 son and 2 daus.
5. Emma 4th dau. of Sydney and Sarah Ervin Taylor md. Douglas R. Arklie. 2 daus.
and one son.
Irene 5th dau. of Sydney and Sarah Ervin Taylor md. Alex Cooper. 1 dau. Karen
7. John ( son of Sidney and Sarah Ervin) md. Vivian Yee. No issue. While overseas in the last war, John located the place where the Taylors lived in Scotland and saw the house they left in 1810. He also saw the old crane they used to have in their fireplace - it was built into a new house that was erected in 1918.
8. John (son of John Taylor and Ellen Bell) md. Emma McFetridge (dau. of Robert McFetridge). No issue. He died May 12, 1914 and his widow later md. Matthew White.
2. Ellen (1st dau. of John and Jane Henderson Taylor) md. Rev. Alfred E. LePage. Record of 2 children.
3. Jane (2nd dau. of John and Jane Taylor) md. Robert C. Ervin. They had 6 sons and 4 daus.
1. Mamie died when 2 yrs. old
2. Dau. died in infancy
3. Stewart died young.
6. Alexander Henderson
7. Charles K.
8. Chester Brown
9. Stella Jane b Mar. 10, 1886-
10. Luella Shaw b Dec. 25, 1887-
4. George son of Jane and Robert C. Ervin, died in Everett, Washington. 2 daus. and 1 son.
3 Son died young
5. Joseph son of Jane and Robert Ervin md. Linnie Parker. No issue.
6. Alexander son of Jane and Robert Ervin md. Nettie Fraser and lived in Edmonton. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
7. Charles son of Jane and Robert Ervin, md. ------ ------. No issue.
8. Chester son of Jane and Robert Ervin, md. ------ ------. No issue.
9. Stella dau. of Jane and Robert Ervin, is unmarried.
10. Luella dau. of Jane and Robert Ervin md. Frank McFadgen. They live in Guelph, Ont. and have 2 sons.
4. Sidney (2nd son of John & Jane Henderson Taylor) md. Rebecca Taylor.
3 sons and 2 daus.
1. Ernest died in Red Bluff, Calif.
2. Bert died a young boy
3. Stewart of San Francisco, Calif.
4. Stella (Mrs. Kristianson, Calif.)
5. Viola, unmarried, Calif.
8-7 Joseph (6th son of George & Helen Taylor), md. and has 2 daus.
1. Eleanor (Mrs. Marshall of Maitland)
9-8 Margaret (2nd dau. of George and Helen Taylor) md. David Annand of Cook's Brook. See Annand history.
10-9 Eliza (3rd dau. of George & Helen Taylor) died in infancy.
11-10 Mary Ann (5th dau. of George & Helen Taylor) md. Alexander Annand. They had 1 son.
1. Alexander, died young.
Mary Ann md. 2nd William Cook of Cook's Brook. 1 son and 1 dau.
1. George son of Mary Ann Taylor and William Cook, md. Lucy Merson. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
1. Frank of Milford Station
2. Warren of Middle Musquodoboit
3. Edwin of Cook's Brook
4. Dau. (Mrs. Frank Frame of Gay's River)
5. Dau. (Mrs. Ernest McCurdy of Windsor, Ont.)
2. Henrietta dau. of Mary Ann Taylor and William Cook md. Robert Killough. 2 sons
and 1 dau.
3. Dau. (Mrs. Edward Kerr of Milford)
12-11 Edward (7th son of George and Helen Taylor) md. Hannah Logan. They lived for many years on the home farm in Chaswood most of their family were born there.
7 sons 2 daus.
1. Joseph P.
2. Elizabeth (Mrs. Killough)
3. George in Van., B.C.
5. Edward S.
9. Esther (Mrs. John Marks)
1. Joseph P. son of Edward and Hannah Taylor, md. Kate Johnson. They had 5 sons.
1. Harry Neil b May 23, 1885
2. Warren Johnson died May 13, 1888
3. Ernest b Apr. 16, 1887
4. Donald b Mar. 6, 1889
Joseph Taylor ran a grist mill in Murchyville.
6. Malcolm 5th son of Edward and Hannah Taylor, md. Ellen Bates in Minnepolis. 1 dau. Jennet, died young.
7. Miles, son of Edward and Hannah Taylor, md. ------ and had 1 dau. Jane, died young.
13-12 Elizabeth (5th dau. of George & Helen Taylor) md. William Leck. Her genealogy is given in the Leck family as No. 6-5
14-13 Robert (8th son of George and Helen Taylor) md. Esther Wilson, dau. of William Wilson and Nancy Ervin. They built the house and other buildings where Walter Webster Jr. lives, 1980, until it was burned in 1884. 3 sons and 4 daus.
1. Henrietta (Mrs. Alex Tays) dau. of Robert and Esther Wilson. 1 son and 1 dau.
[**editing note: numbers below appear as in the original -- lineage not clear to editor - cja]
2. Alexander G.
4. Henry Gervie
6. Mary Emma b Feb. 14, 1860
Lyle Fleming, grandnephew of A.G. Taylor, resides, Prince George, B.C. (1980).
2. Alexander, son of Robert and Esther Wilson, md. Jane Shaw. They had:
1. Ansel C.
2. Harvey Lemon b Apr. 14, 1876
3. William 2nd son of Robert and Esther Taylor, md. Sadie Archibald of Bedford. 1 son and 2 daus.
4. Henry Gervie 3rd son of Robert and Esther Taylor, md. and lived in Vancouver.
5. Georgina 2nd dau. of Robert and Esther Taylor, md. ---- Hogan and lived in Bedford,Mass.
6. Mary Emma 3rd dau. of Robert and Esther Taylor, md. Robert Bell. 1 son and 1 dau.
2. Etta died in 1920
7. Lorina 4th dau. of Robert and Esther Taylor, (Mrs. Stevens), died in Edmonton.
Thomas White of Ballyboyland, near Ballymoney, County Antrim, Ireland came to Nova Scotia sometime before June 1818. The records show that he was employed in Truro for a year beginning June 1818. Between that time and Nov. 1820, he had gone back to Ireland and returned to Nova Scotia. This time he was accompanied by his parents and other members of the family. The father's name was James, Mother's name is unknown, (thought to be Adams).
1. James and his wife had 2 sons and 3 daus.
*6-5 Dau. (Mrs. Samuel Pearson)
In November 1820, James and his two sons purchased 400 acres of land from Adams Archibald. The land was situated in the district called "Canada Settlement," now part of Brookvale.
2-1 Thomas (1st son of James White) md. Margaret Fraser, Mount Uniacke, on Jan. 4, 1830. She was a daughter of John and Jean Fraser whose ancestors came from Scotland to Merigomish. The ceremony was performed by Rev. George E.W. Morris of the Parish of St. Paul's, Rawdon, Hants Co. They settled in "Canada Settlement", Brookvale. Thomas and Margaret had 5 sons and 1 dau.
*7-1 John W.
*8-2 James D.
10-4 Thomas A.
*11-5 Matthew T.A.
7-1 John (1st son of Thomas and Margaret Fraser White) md. Eliza Henderson and for many years they lived in Antigonish town. They had 4 sons and 5 daus. There was also a son John by a previous marriage.
18-6 Margaret (md. Dr. W.A. Smith of Gloucester, Mass.)
19-7 Jessie (Mrs. MacLaughlin of Regina)
20-8 Katherine (Mrs. J.A. Mitchell of Calgary)
21-9 Mable (Mrs. J.A. MacKeigan of Halifax)
22-10 Etta, Brooklyn, New York
13-1 John (no record)
8-2 James (2nd son of [James]** and Margaret Fraser White) md. Rachael Jennings. They lived in various places in Halifax Co. James and Rachael had 3 sons and 5 daus.
**[Typists Note: This appears as James in the original, but would seem to be an error -- see 2-1 Thomas md. Margaret ]
25-3 Joseph - unmarried
23-1 Josiah md. Miss Lawlor. They had sons and daus. Mrs. Fulton Andrews is a grand-daughter.
24-2 George md. and lived in Westville.
26-4 Janet md. William Cole of Oldham. They had several children.
27-5 Hanna md. James Murphy of Caribou and had several sons and daus.
28-6 Annie md. William Butcher, resided at Long Beach, California.
29-7 Elizabeth md. and lived in Glace Bay.
30-8 Mary md. and lived in Halifax.
9-3 Samuel P. (3rd son of Thomas & Margaret Fraser White) md. Mary, dau. of Phillip ad Elizabeth Butcher of Upper Musquodoboit. They lived in Brookvale and in Middle Musquodoboit, all their lives. They had 4 sons and 4 daus.
*31-1 S. Milton
*32-2 Matthew J.
*33-3 W. Melvin
*34-4 T. Warren
*35-5 Grace J.
*36-6 J. Mabel
*37-7 Edith M.
31-1 Milton md. Effie Morrison of Cape North, Cape Breton, N.S. They had 2 sons and 2 daus.
41-3 Munro - unmarried
39-1 Viola md. Basil Croft of Bridgewater, N.S. They reside in Middle Musquodoboit. No issue.
40-2 Lillian md. Frank Holman. They had 1 dau. and 3 sons.
42-4 Graham md. Edna Corkum of Waterville, Kings Co. They have 1 dau. and 2 sons.
32-2 Matthew J. md. Jean Fox, daughter of John Fox of South Section, Middle Musquodoboit. They had 1 son.
Jean died, Matthew md. 2nd Emma J. McFetridge, widow of John Taylor.
50-1 Ira md. Christina Archibald, dau. of Leander Archibald of South Section, Middle Musquodoboit. 1 dau. and 2 sons.
33-3 Melvin md. Jennie MacLeod of Baddeck, N.S. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
53-1 Douglas md. Marion Whalley of Elderbank. 2 daus.
54-2 Lloyd md. Theresa Comisky of Vancouver, where they reside. 1 son and 1 dau.
59-2 Theresa Lynne
55-3 Gladys md. Sylvan Fraser. 4 daus.
63-4 Theresa Ann
34-4 Warren was unmarried, he died in 1958.
35-5 Grace md. John A. MacDonald of Cape North, N.S. and Roxbury, Mass. They had 3 sons and 3 daus.
64-1 Douglas md. Muriel Allen, 1 son and 1 dau.
65-2 Gordon md. Alice Maloney of Candia, N.H. 4 sons.
66-3 Norman md. Virginia Strong of Boston, Mass. No issue.
67-4 Ella md. Rev. Nathaniel Causey, Louisiana. 2 daus.
68-5 Anna md. Rev. Paul West, Louisiana. 1 dau.
69-6 Marion md. Howard Ring of Manchester, N.H. 1 son and 1 dau.
36-6 J. Mabel, B.A. Dalhousie, received her Master of Education from Harvard. She md. John Wilkinson, B.A. from Mount Allison and M.A. from Dalhousie. No issue.
37-7 Edith was a graduate of Provincial Normal College, Truro, a specialist in teaching primary grades of public schools. She was unmarried.
38-8 Emma also graduated from Provincial Normal College, and was a teacher in various sections of N.S. Unmarried.
10-4 Thomas A. (4th son of Thomas & Margaret Fraser White) left Musquodoboit as a young man, for the U.S.A.
11-5 Matthew (5th son of Thomas & Margaret Fraser White) taught school for awhile in Nova Scotia. Later he went to California where he studied Theology and became a minister. He md. and had 2 daus.
77-1 Eleanor (Mrs. Smith)
78-2 Mabel, a graduate of the University of California and High School. Teacher.
12-6 Janet (only dau. of Thomas & Margaret Fraser White) md. Henry Higgins of Higginsville. No issue.
3-2 James (2nd son of James and Adams White) md. Mary Jane Dimock of Windsor, N.S. James left Musquodoboit as a young man. They had a family of 10 sons and daus.
79-1 David had 2 daus. [3 sons?]* *
80-1 Annie (Mrs. Arthur Henry of Upper Musquodoboit)
81-2 Mary (Mrs. Sidney Milne of Dartmouth)
83-4 John D.
Lawrence Milne of Kentville, Mrs. Peter Webb, Dartmouth, Lawrence Henry, Upper Musquodoboit, Grace Henry, Montreal and Mrs. Myron Johnson, Wolfville are all grandchildren of David White. (79-1)
4-3 Janet (1st dau. of James and ----- Adams White) was the second wife of William Henry of Upper Musquodoboit. Janet and William Henry had no issue.
5-4 Mary (2nd dau. of James and ----- Adams White) md. James McFetridge of Chaswood. Her descendants are listed in the McFetridge history.
** [?? David's lineage not clear to editor] cja
6-5 ------ (3rd dau. of James and ----- Adams White) md. Samuel Pearson. Her descendants are listed in the Pearson history.
Data Supplied by: Mrs. John Wilkinson.
John White came from England about 1800 and settled in the forest between Murchyville and Reid Settlement. On the White Road quite near Higginsville, are the remains of the farm of John White.
1. John md. Susan ----- and had 3 sons and 7 daus.
*2-1 John b 1818 d Mar. 13, 1890, age 72 yrs.
John the Pioneer died at the home of his daughter Sarah, Mrs. George Fisher in Upper Musquodoboit on May 29, 1878. His wife Susan died July 31, 1877.
2-1 John (1st son of John and Susan White) md. Abbie Higgins. They lived in Higginsville. The road to their farm runs past the home of the late Chester Higgins and appears again on the farm now owned by Robert Redden, 1980. They had 2 sons and 3 daus.
*12-1 Jane b Dec. 4, 1843
*13-2 Susan b Aug. 29, 1845-1898
*15-4 John died young
16-5 Abigail b Jan. 3, 1860-1942
12-1 Jane (1st dau. of John and Abbie Higgins White) md. William Miller (son of Joseph and Elizabeth Higgins Miller). They had 5 sons and 6 daus.
*17-1 Harriett Bryson b Jan. 5, 1865
*18-2 Abigail White b Dec. 28, 1867
*19-3 William b Sept. 8, 1869
*20-4 Jenet b June 11, 1871
*21-5 Nora b Sept. 5, 1873
17-1 Harriett md. John Burke, they lived in Marlborough, Mass. They had 3 sons and 2 daus.
*28-1 Eva Jane
28-1 Eva Jane lived in Keene, N.H.
29-2 Robert had one daughter, lived in Florida.
30-3 Ernest lived in Avon, Mass. 1 dau.
31-4 Ralph lived in New Hampshire.
32-5 Margaret lived in Avon, Mass. 2 sons.
18-2 Abigail (2nd dau. of William & Jane White Miller), md. Hugh Reid. Her descendants are listed in the Reid history.
19-3 William (1st son of William & Jane White Miller), md. Bessie Fraser of Upper Musquodoboit. They had 7 sons and 2 daus.
*33-1 Charles Fraser
*35-3 Fred died in infancy
*36-4 Eva died in infancy
*37-5 Julia Helen b Apr. 15, 1900
*38-6 John Winford b July 29, 1905
*39-7 William Ervin
*40-8 Ralph Burke
*41-9 Kurk died in infancy
33-1 Charles md. Amy Dillman, lived at Elderbank until his death in the 1930's. 1 son and 1 dau., Fraser William and Annie Elizabeth, both living in Elmsvale.
34-2 Bert, a soldier in W.W. 1, died in France, 1919 on his way home to Canada.
37-5 Julia md. John Burns. Lived in Bedford. 2 sons and 2 daus.
38-6 John resides in Slocan, B.C. - 1 dau.
39-7 William md. Jennie Webber, lived in Upper Musquodoboit. No Issue.
4-7 Ralph md. Ivy Guise of England. He lives in Elderbank. They had 2 daus. and 1 son.
42-1 Shirley Elizabeth
43-2 Burke Ralph
20-4 Jenet (2nd dau. of William and Jane White Miller) md. Moses Belmore. They live in Malboro, Mass. 1 son and 3 daus.
21-5 Nora (3rd dau. of William and Jane White Miller) md. Henry Fisher, Upper
Musquodoboit. They live in California, 3 sons and 3 daus.
22-6 John (2nd son of William and Jane White Miller)md. Christina DeBay of DeBay's Cove. 5 sons and 4 daus.
55-1 Nora - Mrs. John Harold Higgins
56-2 Everett - Lindsay Lake
57-3 Leona - Mrs. Elmer Stewart of upper Musq.
58-4 Edward, Seaforth
59-5 Ella - Mrs. Lawrence DeBay of DeBay's Cove
60-6 Grace - Mrs. Enio Jokela, Higginsville, md. 2nd. Lee Whitman
61-7 Raymond, killed in World War II
62-8 Malcolm in Calgary, Alta.
63-9 Herbert in Calgary, Alta.
23-7 Charles (3rd son of William and Jane White Miller) md. Jane Miller of Dean, Halifax Co.
24-8 Ernest (4th son of William and Jane White Miller) md. Mabel Hamilton of Brookvale. They had 4 sons and 3 daus.
64-1 Florence - Mrs. John McMaster, Shumaker, Ont.
65-2 Sidney, Ottawa
66-3 Marjorie, Mrs. Lawson Monk, Pickle Crow, Ont.
67-4 Elmer, Timmins, Ont.
68-5 Stanley, Brockton, Mass.
69-6 Ethel - Mrs. Harold Dillon, Porcupine, Ont.
70-7 Ira, Marlboro, Mass.
24-8 Ernest md. 2nd Pheobe Spurrell of Montreal. 4 sons and 1 dau.
71-8 Helen - Mrs. James Vanderbeck, Levack, Ont.
72-9 Walter, South Porcupine, Ont.
73-10 Harvey, Norwood, Ont.
74-11 Mervyn, Norwood, Ont.
75-12 Dudley, Kapuskasing, Ont.
25-9 Clyde (5th son of William Jane White Miller) md. Annie Scott of Westville. They had 4 sons and 1 dau.
80-5 William Hugh
26-10 May (5th dau. of William and Jane White Miller) md. Norman Higgins of Higginsville. They had 5 sons and 2 daus.
81-1 Morris md. Susan Matheson
82-2 Emma - Mrs. Clyde Carver of Middle Musquodoboit
83-3 Augustus md. Violet Black
84-4 Seldon md. Hannah Matheson
85-5 Daisy - Mrs. Wilfred Scott
86-6 Gordon md. Helen Archibald
87-7 Linley died in infancy
27-11 Mabel (6th dau. of William & Jane White Miller) md. James Clattenburg of Pleasant Harbour. Died young, no issue.
13-2 Susan (1st dau. of John & Abbie Higgins White) md. Alexander Ives Clark on June 22, 1865. They had 1 son and 9 daus.
89-1 Mary Jane b Jan. 18, 1866-Sept. 18, 1867
*90-2 Nora Horton b June 19, 1868
*91-3 Emma b Jan. 6, 1871
*92-4 Charlotte Fisher b May 6, 1873-Mar. 4, 1876
*93-5 Bertha May b Aug. 4, 1875-Dec. 27, 1878
*94-6 Helen Thompson b Aug. 29, 1879
*95-7 Maud b July 25, 1882
*96-8 John Alexander b Dec. 23, 1886
*97-9 Janet Gordon b Sept. 4, 1884
*98-10 Elizabeth Frances b 1885
90-2 Nora md. Levi Wentzell. They had 3 sons and 5 daus.
91-3 Emma md. Muir McCabe, Greenfield, Col. Co., N.S. 5 daus. and 2 sons.
107-1 Ada (Mrs. Percy Prest, Stewiacke, N.S.)
94-6 Helen md. Richard McCabe, Truro. 4 sons and 4 daus.
95-7 Maud md. Byers Whidden, a farmer in Greenfield. They had 2 sons and 1 dau.
96-8 John (1st son of Alexander & Susan White Clark) md. Marion McCabe. Lived in Harmony, Col. Co., N.S. 3 sons.
97-9 Janet (8th dau. of Alexander & Susan White Clark) md. John Dughan, a farmer in Shubenacadie. 1 dau.
98-10 Elizabeth (8th dau. of Alexander & Susan White Clark) md. Turner McCabe, Malmouth, Maine. 6 sons and 2 daus.
14-3 Robert (1st son of John & Abigail Higgins White) md. 1 son and 3 daus.
137-1 Abbie (Mrs. George Fuller)
139-3 Warren, Lexington, Mass
16-5 Abbie (3rd dau. of John and Abigail Higgins White) md. Leander McCabe of Greenfield. 4 sons and 2 daus.
141-1 Alexander b 1879-1929
*142-2 Ross Stanley b Oct. 7, 1881- Oct. 1952
*143-3 Robert Lee b 1884-1916
*144-4 Emily Beatrice b 1886-1949
*145-5 Lizzie White b 1891-1901
*146-6 Raymond Tweedie b Oct. 7, 1892-
141-1 Alexander, md., 2 children.
142-2 Ross md. Maude Smith, 1 dau.
147-1 Beatrice (Mrs. G.E. Heustis of Brookfield)
143-3 Robert, md. No Issue.
144-4 Emily was unmarried.
146-6 Raymond md. Jessie Ayers Brown of Dorchester, N.B. No issue.
3-2 Charles (2nd son of John and Susan White, the Pioneers,) moved to Maitland, where he kept a hotel. No further record.
4-3 William (3rd son of John and Susan White) settled in Maitland. No further record.
5-4 Mary (1st dau. of John and Susan White) md. Richard Archibald on Dec. 31, 1835. They lived on the Millen (Milne) road leading to South Branch. Her descendants are listed in the David Archibald history.
6-5 Susan (2nd dau. of John and Susan White) md. W. Bryson.
7-6 Amelia (3rd dau. of John and Susan White) md. George Watson.
8-7 Sarah (4th dau. of John and Susan White) md. George Fisher, lived in Upper Musquodoboit.
9-8 Margaret (5th dau. of John and Susan White) md. Richard Fox. They moved to Bangor, Maine.
10-9 Anna (6th dau. of John and Susan White) md. David Fox, moved to Michigan.
11-10 Isabella (7th dau. of John & Susan White) md. Moses Wright and settled in Goshen, now Meadowvale, Upper Stewiacke. 3 sons and 1 dau.
148-1 Mary md. Albert Bryson, her aunt Susan Bryson's son. Her descendants are listed in William Bryson's history.
149-2 John moved to the U.S.A.
150-3 William moved to the U.S.A.
151-4 Charles moved to the U.S.A.
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Wright moved to Massachusetts where they died.
Mr. Wright died Aug. 12, 1898. Mrs. Wright died Feb. 14, 1907.
A Musquodoboit Miscellany
The Past is foreign country, where things are done differently; but the people who live there are my own.
[IMAGE OF DR. HARRISON'S HOUSE MAY BE VIEWED AT]
Middle Musquodoboit, N.S.The residence built by the first resident physician in the
Musquodoboit Valley, Dr. William Harrison.
This house, with other buildings and seven acres of and,
was bought in 1910 by the Agricultural Society. From
that date, the annual Halifax County Exhibition has been
held on this site.
PAGE 730(b) The Agricultural Society
Agricola was pen-name for a Scotsman, John Young. In the year 1818 a series of letters, published in the Acadian Recorder, Halifax, over the signature of “Agricola” at once caught the attention of the public. These letters (38) were subsequently republished in a volume entitled, "The Letters of Agricola". Directly as a result of his writings, the Central Agricultural Society of N.S. which included representatives from every part of the province was organized on Dec. 15, 1818:To AgricolaMusquodoboit, Feb. 2, 1819
It is with pleasure I acknowledge the receipt of yours on the 16th January. To further your general views, a meeting of the inhabitants on this river was held on Monday, the 1st instant, when about 24 attended; several being necessarily hindered and some not having due notice. We however, formed a Society to be called the "Musquodoboit Farmer Society", elected a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer and a committee of six to frame By-laws, etc. Our Society will at least consist of 50 members, perhaps more, as a desire of improvement begins to prevail here. You highly merit our most grateful acknowledgement for your benevolent intentions, and zealous exertions in awakening the spirit of agriculture throughout the province from her deathlike inactivity. The climate and soil of Nova Scotia are in no respect inferior to those of Britain, and were the same sort of tillage used, would be equally productive. When our By-laws are framed, we shall then open correspondence with the Central Board. I am Sir, with great esteem, yours sincerely.James Benvie
The provincial Agricultural Society of Halifax on Apr. 24, 1819 voted $25 to Musquodoboit "because the association there embraces members living partly in the district of Halifax and partly in Colchester". This money was set aside to provide prizes for the encouragement of husbandry. This was the second agricultural society in the province. Apparently the Society was later divided into Upper and Lower Musquodoboit. Upper Musquodoboit was organized in 1835, in 1865 they had 62 members, subscriptions paid were $62.00, a Government grant of $87.00 was received. They held their first Exhibition in the summer of 1866, and expended $50.00 in prizes. David Archibald was Secretary.
Lower Musquodoboit Agricultural Society was organized in 1854. In March 1868, there were 61 members, fees paid were $61.00 and the government grant was $84.00; the members agreed to devote their funds in 1865 to the purchase of improved breeds of sheep and pigs.
Copy of Minutes April 1865
Total receipts for year included subscriptions, Provincial grant, balance on hand and sale of stock $395.23 expenses $193.48 balance $201.75. Last season has been an unusually dry one, the hay crop is less than the average but of the very best quality. Oats and wheat less than average in quantity, but of good quality. Potatoes more than average and keeping sound in the cellars, turnips a light crop. In this part of the country raising stock is our main dependence. Our river for over 30 miles abounds with hay, much of it is taken off year after year without manure. We need very much an improved breed of cattle. When there is stock imported into the province we are not able to able to compete with the wealthy farmers about Halifax or Windsor. If some of the improved breeds were sent to this settlement it would be a great benefit to it: they might not bring the high prices they would in other parts, but we think it would be a more general benefit, with a population of 2000 persons, mostly farmers and two Agricultural Societies in a flourishing state. This Society has been a great benefit to the settlement and we trust with the new Agricultural Act and increased Provincial aid, it may do more than it ever has done.Robert A. Logan President
C.N. Sprott Secretary
The early Exhibitions were held in the vicinity of Jimmie Reid's store and residence (1880) and meals were served in the old Drill Hall, nearby.
In June 1886 they resolved to hold an agricultural show in October. $80.00 was voted to be given in prize money.
The Herald, Sat., Oct. 9, 1886
Musquodoboit, October 6, 1886. A very interesting meeting took place this evening in temperance hall. Addresses were delivered by N.W. Smith, B. Sc., lecturer in natural science, Normal School, and others. The proceedings were interspersed with music, furnished by the choral glee club of Middle Musquodoboit. The chair was occupied by C.T. Sprott, chairman of the executive committee.
Prof. Smith first addressed the meeting. He paid a very high compliment to the managing committee of the exhibition for the success of the show. He referred to the school of agriculture in connection with the Normal School, where farmers’ sons can obtain a good education, fitting them for their special calling. He then spoke at length on the care of stock. Farmers in general are careful of their horses, but too often allow their cattle to look after themselves.
Pure water and good food are essential to produce a healthy animal. A cow is a sensible animal, because she drinks water. She wants it pure. Food is necessary, not only to produce beef and milk, but also to generate animal heat. The food of the animal is produced from the soil. Constant feeding exhausts the soil of its three essentials nitrogen, potash, and phosphoric acid. These must be supplied, but cannot be done by buying artificial fertilizers.
Dr. Lawson thanked the people of Musquodoboit for getting up this exhibition in order to afford him an opportunity of visiting this beautiful valley. Musquodoboit is the agricultural centre of Halifax county. He wished to make a few remarks in a general way about the exhibition and the country. As he passed over the country between Musquodoboit and Shubenacadie he was struck with the vastness of the room for improvement. Today the people of this district had come to the front and thus made a great advance in the way of improvement. Exhibitions are the agricultural barometers of a country. There are few countries in which agriculture is properly carried on. An eminent agriculturist had said to the people of France that it would be well to import Chinese to teach them agriculture. We, however, have better teachers than the Chinese in the school of agriculture in Truro. He urged the farmers to send their sons to this school. The proper place for learning the practical work of farming is on the farm itself. Ploughing matches are valuable for this purpose. The exhibition of today will be of great use to the people of this district if they only persevere. He gave some useful hints in regard to conducting future exhibitions. While the exhibition was very creditable to the people of Musquodoboit there is room for improvement.
He noticed large tracts of country left uncultivated. There is too little work done on the farms. We want to grow crops that will give employment all the year round. The crops, as seen in the exhibition, are nice samples of grain but too little only four exhibits of barley. Why not more? There were 13 exhibits of wheat, but not properly named. Exhibitions will improve this. The show of timothy seed was highly creditable, better than usually seen at exhibitions. He was glad to see sixteen fine samples of peas. Peas suit our climate admirably and should be largely grown here. The one great deficiency of the exhibition is want of variety. The exhibit of onions was splendid but should be larger. The secret of growing onions is to make the ground solid. The show of pumpkins and squashes was simply tremendous. The 60 tubs and dishes of butter were not shown to advantage. A very nice exhibit of ornamental plants a credit to the ladies. More plants should be grown to make our homes attractive. The exhibit of homespun was an interesting exhibit after a long drive on a cold day. The show of cattle was good but should have been better; there should have been more thoroughbreds. The show in sheep was far too small. In agricultural implements the only exhibits were a non-freezing pump, a dog churn and a straw cutter. This class has evidently been overlooked. Manufacturers of these implements would be glad to send their manufactures if notified. These remarks were made not in a spirit of criticism but by way of giving a few hints for the future, and he hoped all would take what he said in good part.
The Hon. Provincial Secretary thought he had good cause for an action for damages against the person who circulated the report that he was to speak after delivering the opening address. The meeting so far had been a success in combining scientific knowledge with amusements in a popular entertainment. Much that had been said was eminently practical. What could be more practical than the advice of Dr. Lawson that the young men should be careful to find out who made the best bread and butter. Scientific men sometimes say much and yet know very little of the practical work of agriculture. It was refreshing to hear that Dr. Lawson and Prof. Smith could not tell the difference between a pumpkin and a squash.
Hon. Mr. Stairs said he took a great interest in farming. Two of his brothers had left mercantile pursuits and gone farming because they knew they would live happier lives. The successful farmer of today must secure the best stock and best implements available. Make these improved things the target to be aimed at. He congratulated the committee on the great success of the exhibition, and hoped to attend many more in Musquodoboit.
Warden Chipman was called to the platform, and said he believed that each district should follow these departments of industry for which it had a peculiar fitness. For example, the coast is suited for stock; the west for fruit. If you wish to raise beef go to Dr. Lawson for some of his splendid herd of short horns. If your farm is suitable for dairying, get Jerseys. The Warden was particularly partial to the Jersey. It goes back over 200 years. He thought the Holstein far inferior to the Jersey. At the recent show in Toronto the Jersey took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes over all other competitors. At the present time there are about 100,000 Jerseys. In 1840 the first Jersey was imported. He gave instances of the milk and butter record of several individuals of the Jersey family, showing their superiority over all others.
Votes of thanks were presented to the gentlemen who addressed the meeting. Following is the list of prize winners:
CLASS 1 HORSES
Best brood more 1, John D. Tupper; 2, James McHeffey.
Best colt, 3 yrs. 1, A. N. Gladwin; 2, David McKeen.
Best colt, 2 yrs. 1, A. J. McCurdy; 2, Samuel Archibald.
Best colt, 1 yr. 1, James Dowling; 2, James McHeffey; honorable mention Isaac Logan.
Best sucking colt 1, John D. Tupper; 2, Robert Reid; 3, John W. Mitchell.
Best carriage horse 1, Charles Archibald; 2, Peter Archibald.
Best pair draft horses 1, John Howley; 2, F. McHeffey.
Best single draft horse 1, Hill and French; 2, Eben Brown.
CLASS 2 CATTLE (Thoroughbred)
Best Durham bull, 2 yrs. and over 1, Lower Musquodoboit Ag. Society; 2 do.
No other prizes awarded in this class.
Best pair oxen, 5 yrs. and upwards 1, Robert Kaulback; 2, Wm. G. Cole.
Best pair oxen, 4 yrs. and upwards not awarded.
Best pair 3 yr. Old steers 1, J. Watson McCurdy; 2, Andrew Mitchell.
Best pair 2 yr. Old steer 1, Arthur S. Gladwin; 2, Henry Archibald.
Best pair 1 yr. Old steer 1, Robert McFetridge; 2, T. B. Gladwin.
Best pair steer calves 1, Robert Kaulback; 2, Samuel Ervin.
Best bull calf 1, Charles Deon, Jr.; 2, Fred Guild.
Best milk cow 1, D. W.B. Reid; 2, Allison Brown; 3, Robert Kaulback.
Best 2 yr. Old heifer 1, Arthur S. Gladwin; 1, Henry Leck, Jr.
Best 1 yr. Old heifer 1, Mrs. Peter Clark; 2, Robert Kaulback.
Best heifer calf 1, C. B. Archibald; 2, Charles R. Tupper.
CLASS 3 SHEEP
Best ram, 2 yrs. and upward 1, Wm. McKeen; 2, Arthur S. Gladwin; 3,
Best ram, 1 yr. 1, Wm. Leck, Sr.; 2, Thos. Guild.
Best ram lamb 1, Wm. McKeen; 2, Andrew Mitchell; 3, Wm. McKeen.
Best pair wethers 2, Wm. Sedgewick.
Best pair Ewe 1, John A. McFetridge; 2, Arthur S. Gladwin.
Best pair ewe lambs 1, Robert Reid; 2, Wm. McKeen; 3, James Murphy.
CLASS 4, - SWINE
Best boar 1, A.J. Reid.
Best breeding sow with litter not less than 5 pigs 1, Henry Archibald; 2, A.J. Reid.
Best fat hog 1, James Murphy; 2, Robert Logan.
Best spring pig 1, Robert Kaulback; 2, Frank McKenzie; 3, Henry Archibald.
CLASS 5, - POULTRY
Best pair turkeys 1, John Erwin; 2, David Holensworth.
Best pair geese 1, David Holensworth; 2, James Murphy
Best pair ducks 1, Henry Higgins; 2, Watson McCurdy.
Best pair Brahma Fowls 1, Elizabeth McCurdy.
Best pair Brahma chickens 1, Elizabeth McCurdy.
Best pair black spanish fowls 1, James Murchy
Best pair black spanish chickens Henry Bherendt; 2, James Murchy
Best pair plymouth rock fowls 1, Henry Archibald; 2, James Murchy.
Best pair Plymouth rock chickens 1, Henry Bherendt.
Best pair leghorn fowls 1, James Murchy
Best pair leghorn chickens 1, Henry Archibald; 2, Robert Kaulback.
Best pair barn yard fowls 1, Henry Archibald.
Best pair barn yard chickens 1, George N. Kent.
CLASS 6 GRAIN AND SEEDS
Best half- bushel wheat 1, John Graham; 2, Silvanius Corbett; 3, Wm.Archibald.
Best half- bushel barley 1, John Cruickshanks; 2, James Murchy; 3, Jonathan Layton; 4, James Cassidy.
Best half- bushel black oats 1, Geo. McLeod; 2, Wm. Leck, Sr.; 3, George Bell; 4, J. P. Dean.
Best half- bushel white oats 1, Adam Archibald; 2, James Wilson, Jr. ; 3, Porter Taylor; 4, Wm. Dickie.
Best half- bushel buckwheat 1, Alex. Higgins; 2, Wm. Fox; 3, Thomas Guild; 4, W. J. McGeorge.
Best 25 lbs. Wheat flour 1, Robt. McFetridge; 2, James Wilson, Jr.
Best 25 lbs. Buckwheat flour 1, Joseph Bruce; 2, Joseph P. Taylor.
Best 25 lbs. Oatmeal 1, Joseph P. Taylor; 2, Joseph Bruce.
Best 6 ears yellow corn 1, C. N. Sprott; 2, Geo. S. Dickie.
Best peck white beans Geo. S. Dickie; 2, N. G. Reid; 3, W. J. McMullin.
Best peck coloured beans 1, Jonathan Layton; 2, W. J. McGeorge; 3, W. H. Guild.
Best peck field peas 1, Robt. Kaulback; 2, Andrew Mitchell.
Best half peck garden peas 1, Robt. Reid; 2, Silvenus Corbett.
Best half bushel timothy seed 1, Wm. J. McMullin; 2, Henry Beherendt; 3, Joseph Bruce.
Best half bushel turnip seed 1, A. N. Gladwin
Best 2 leaves bread 1, Mary Tupper; 2, Mrs. Edgar Archibald.
Best dozen rolls 1, Mrs. Edgar Archibald; 2, Malcolm McI. Logan.
Best half bushel early white potatoes 1, Geo. Bell; 2, Robt. Kaulback; 3, Robt. A. Logan.
Class 7 - Roots and Vegetables
Best half bushel early rose potatoes 1, Robt. Kaulback; 2, David Archibald, Jr. ; 3, Henry Archibald.
Best half bushel early potatoes, any other kind 1, Wm. McKeen; 2, Wm. Archibald; (4th); 3, Henry Beherendt.
Best half bushel Beauty Hebron 1, W. M. Sedgewick; 2, Robt. Kaulback.
Best half bushel Queen of the Valley 1, W.M. Sedgewick.
Best half bushel Bronze Prolific 1, Robt. Kaulback; 2, Thomas Guild.
Best half bushel Prince Albert 1, A.S. Gladwin; 2, Wm. Sedgewick.
Best half bushel Johnson's Blues 1, John Cruickshank; 2, A.N. Gladwin.
Best half bushel White Elephant 1, John Cruickshank; 2, Robt. Kaulback.
Best half bushel stock potatoes 1, Robt. Kaulback; 2, David Archibald, Jr.
Best collection potatoes Robt. Kaulback; 2, W.M. Sedgewick; 3, A.S. Gladwin.
Best 6 turnips, Sweeds 1, A.J. Reid; 2, John Cruickshanks; 3, Robt. A. Logan.
Best 6 turnips, yellow Aberdeens 1, Adam Archibald; 2, Robt. Kaulback.
Best 6 turnips, white 1, Adam Archibald; 2, Robt. Kaulback.
Best 6 turnips, blood beets 1, Robt. Kaulback; 2, A.S. Gladwin; 3, David McKeen.
Best 6 long blood beets 1, Robt. Kaulback; 2, W.J. McMullin; 3, John Cruickshanks.
Best 6 long red mangel-wurzel 1, not know.
Best 6 long orange mangel-wurzel 1, not awarded; 2, Geo. McLeod; 3, Henry Archibald.
Best 6 long orange carrots 1, Andrew Mitchell; 2, James Cassidy; 3, Robt. Kaulback.
Best 6 white Belgium carrots 1, David McKeen; 2, Jas. Murchy; 3, Geo. W. Cole.
Best 6 scarlet intermediate carrots 1, Henry Archibald; 2, Robt. Kaulback.
Best 6 Early Horn carrots 1, John Graham; 2, Jas. Cassidy.
Best 6 parsnips 1, Wm. Higgins; 2, Robt. A. Logan.
Best 4 head cabbages 1, John Graham; 2, S. Corbett.
Best cauliflower no entries.
Best 2 squash, Hubbard 1, Wm. Archibald.