NP28: Chute Family Notes 28-459 through 28-478
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Note    N459          Index
Had 2 children.

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Note    N460         Index
Accidentally shot on April 4, 1823.

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Note    N461         Index
Three children.

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Note    N462         Index
Had 2 children; lived in Everett.

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Note    N463         Index
Died, aged 9 years.

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Note    N464         Index
Had 3 sons.

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Note    N465         Index
As of 1894, "The widow lives near Charlestown, severely afflicted with rheumatism."

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Note    N466         Index
Lost an arm.

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Note    N467         Index
Had 2 children.

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Note    N468         Index
"Has been in Canada West since 1840."

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Note    N469         Index
4 children.

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Note    N470         Index
"He was a great musician and author of eight books, one hundred tunes and more than twenty hymns. Wrote Coronation in 1792."

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Note    N28-471         Back to Index        Back to Paul Chute and Bethiah Azor Betts Chute.

Notes on Paul Chute and Bethiah Azor Betts Chute:

,P.'born in 1782; married Bethiah, daughter of Dr. Azor and Gloriana Betts of St. John, N. B., Aug 5, 1804; and lived at the Joggins, Digby Co., N. S.; a farmer and tradesman. He was drowned crossing Annapolis Basin, going to Digby in a boat, February, 1810. His wife went to St. John, New Brunswick and married Edward Walker and had a daughter Margaret, who married Simon Bazley, and had three children. Mrs. walker died in 1846. He died in 1847. Dr. Betts died at Digby, N. S., Sept. 1809, aged 72. His wife died at St. John, Mar. 16, 1815, aged 68."

Source: Chute, William Edward. A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources. Salem, Massachusetts, 1894. Pages 51-52.



Bethia's ancestry is unconfirmed, but she may be the daughter of Azor Betts (Nathan, Samuel), born 13 SEP 1740 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, CT. He married Gloria Purdy, born ~1745 in White Plains, Westchester County, New York. Azor and Gloria had a daughter Sarah Betts, born ~1767.
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Note    N472         Index
Had three children.

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Note    N473         Index
"After death of her husband, went to Ontario."

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Note    N28-474         Index
Notes on Captain William Walker, Joseph Scammell and Fanny Matilda Chute (Walker) Scammell:

Captain William Walker "was drowned off the schooner "Eagle" 1830-1831. (Source: William Edward Chute)



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Note    N28-475         Index
Notes on Thomas Booth and Jane Gloriana Chute Booth:

According to WEC: "After he died in Frederickton, she went to the west."


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Note    N476         Index
Had 6 children.

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Note    N28-477         Back to Index        Back to John Balsor Rice and Elizabeth Chute Rice        Back to John Rice and Elizabeth Chute (Rice) Rice
Notes on Elizabeth Chute, John Balsor Rice and John Rice:

Elizabeth, b. Apr 8, 1820; m. John Balsor Rice (deacon Jonas, Joseph, Beriah, Thomas, Thomas, Deacon Edmund), of Sudbury, Massachusetts, Dec., 1837, and lived at or near Smith's Cove. He d. 1852, aged 43. (Deacon Jonas Rice d. 1861, aged 79. His wife, Dorothy Balsor, d. 1861, aged 79). She m., 2nd, John, son of Silas Rice (his third wife); and he d. June 25, 1877, aged 91."

Source: A Genealogy and History of the Chute Family in America: With Some Account of the Family in Great Britain and Ireland, with an Account of Forty Allied Families Gathered from the Most Authentic Sources
William Edward Chute, published Salem Massachusetts, 1894
Pages 52-53

"John Balser Rice (Jonas, Ebenezer, Ebenezer); b. 1810; m. Elizabeth Chute, daughter of John Chute and Abigail Jones, December 1837 at Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; d. 14 June 1852 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, Nova Scotia, at age 53, leaving a widow and five children; bur. at Smiths Cove Cemetery, Smiths Cove, Digby Co, Nova Scotia.

He resided after 1837 at Smiths Cove, Digby Co, Nova Scotia, where he was clerk of the Smith's Cove Baptist Church.

Known children of John Balser Rice and Elizabeth Chute were as follows:

Augusta, b. 16 October 1840 at Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; m. George Cossett.
Phebe Ann; b. 1842 at Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; d. 1859 at Nova Scotia.
Eliza Ann, b. circa 1845 at Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; m. William Lee.
Dorothy, b. 1847 at Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; m. John Mailing.
Henry Jonas; b. 1850 at Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; m. Lucy Etta Anderson 1872.
He appeared on the census of 1880 at Boston, Suffolk Co, MA.
John, b. 1852 at Bear River, Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; m. Jessie Maria Chute.

John Rice was born circa 1786 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, Nova Scotia. He was the son of Silas Rice and Sarah Kniffen. John Rice was baptized on 6 March 1791 at St Lukes Anglican Church, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia. John Rice married 1st Mary Hardy, daughter of Aaron Hardy Jr., and Eunice Gaskill; your author notes that Mary Hardy, daughter of Aaron Hardy, was mentioned as Marcy Wetherspoon in her father's will in 1809, probated April 1810. John Rice married 2nd Margaret Ann Balcom, widow of Joseph Potter, daughter of John Balcom and Ellen Gilmore, after 1829. John Rice married 3rd Elizabeth Chute, widow of John Balser Rice, daughter of John Chute and Abigail Jones, circa 1852 at Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. John Rice died in 1877. He and Mary Hardy resided circa 1810 at Hillsburgh, Digby Co, Nova Scotia.

Source: Rice Cousins who emigrated to Nova Scotia, 2002, 2004 by the Edmund Rice (1638) Association.
URL: http://www.widomaker.com/~gwk/Planter/p76.htm#i260801


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Note    N478         Index
6 children.







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