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1  HIRD, Hannah (I7418)

PARKE, Mary (I644)

There was a William Hodgson b. 26 Aug 1718, Gilling by Richmond, son of John and Elizabeth. 
HODGSON, William (I1665)
BERRY, Melissa Jane (I1391)
Family F228
there is a James Berry Bensell, a poet whose work was published in Pennsylvania... could be a son. 
BENSELL, Abraham (I1743)
This could be the John Warde in the 'Memorials of the Church of St. Peter and Wilfred' Ripon in 1546/7 as follows:
" certen Fre Rentes of John Warde William Smyth Thomas Stele, Thomas Talyour and other in the Towne of Skelton xl"

And also in the Fabric Rolls of 1541-2::
"Crist. Wright 6s. 8d., Johanne Ward 6s. 8d., Margaret Dixson 6s. 8d." 
WARD, John (I7882)
8 Ref: reel # 12183 PANS mfm. Beausejour Museum. Documents, manuscripts and other material posted 1961. "James Scott and Catherine Barry of the parish of Amherst were joined in marriage by license on the 9 day of June 1792 by Charles Dixon Esq. Justice of

Family F817
9 Born In: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Passed in: Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
Passed on: September 19th, 2011

It is with deeply saddened and heavy hearts that we announce the sudden but peaceful passing of our father, Michael Dennis Peters, at home on Monday, Sept. 19, 2011. He was the son of Mrs. Dorothy Marie (Gallant) and the late Henry Morton Peters.
Born in Charlottetown, P.E.I., and moving to Cape Breton when he was just under a year old. He spent his younger years on Mira Road playing pranks around the neighbourhood, with the boys from Peter’s Construction. Leaving high school, he was employed as an engineer at the heavy water plant until it closed in 1985. He then moved onto studies in computer engineering and continued with that for the rest of his life. Applying his talent, artistic flare and eye for detail he helped develop the memorial package for Chant’s Funeral Home bringing the DVD projects into many homes. He loved spending time with his family and friends, socializing, and reminiscing of all of those little special moments in life. He loved to travel, and taking the time to get there was half the fun. He held a special place in his heart for anywhere near an ocean.
We would like to send a special thank you to Dr. Paul Murphy, Dr. Phillip Curry, and his nurse Sharon, for all of their help throughout these years.
Survived by his mother, Dorothy Peters; his children, Christine, Michael, Charles, Sarah, Nicholas and his angel, Emma Peters; brother, Richard Peters; four grandchildren, his pride and joy, Cameron, Alex, Keegan and Rebecca; aunt, Helen Bruno, as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Our father was a very kind-hearted, generous, patient man, who was known and loved by many. He was a son, brother, father, grandfather, and most importantly a friend to everyone who was blessed enough to know him. We love and miss you so much Dad. You will forever be in our hearts in everything that we do and until we all meet again, patiently wait for us to come home.
Cremation has taken place. There will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, at the S.W. Chant & Son Funeral Home, 564 Alexandra St., Sydney, with Rev. Sheldon Chant officiating. 
PETERS, Michael Dennis (I3598)
10 Burial record states she was 75 years old. Definitely in error. 
UNKNOWN, Margerie (I1136)
11 In the Dartmouth directory is listed Mary McKenzie, w. of George A. McKenzie at 83 King St. MCKENZIE, Capt. George A. (I515)
12 " James Ward Moir II operated Valley Beverages with the Coca Cola franchise for the western part of Nova Scotia, and also Moirs Motors in Bridgetown, selling Cadillac and other General Motors cars. He had a farm near Bridgetown, owned Gooseberry Island, in Mahone Bay, and was a winner in major races with his schooner, the"William A. Moir," built by Ben Heisler of Chester. In other hands, the boat continued to race in Gloucester with its traditional sail No.51."
From "Dickson and Leslie Family Histories" © 1990
Custom Printers of Renfrew Ltd. ISBN 019942-09-1 
MOIR, James Ward II (I3830)
13 "...wealthy merchant, founder of the Halifax Curling Club, son of Adam Reid of Dumfrieshire, Scotland. A fundamentalist Baptist, Rachel Amelia (Ward) Reid divorced William Reid because he liked other women and Scotch whiskey. It was one of the first divorces granted in Nova Scotia. Amelia persuaded her father to give up selling booze and to sell the inn. Amelia became chief housekeeper of Victoria General Hospital in Halifax. When James Ward died he left all his real and personal property to her and made William Reid an Executor." ("Dickson and Leslie Family Histories" © 1990 Custom Printers of Renfrew Ltd. ISBN 019942-09-1 ) REID, William (I2813)
14 "Adam, who was the ancestor of the Wardes of Salley near Ripon. I have many notes on this branch of the family, but can only include such as affect the main line. Adam left a son, Nicholas (dead 1300), whose wife, Sarah, was probably a Conyers. Nicholas left a son Simon (dead 1291), whose widow, Alice, married Henry de Eyville before 1300. Simon left two daughters as co-heircsses, Sarah and Isabel, both under age in 1305." WARD, Adam (I8015)
15 "Alice the daughter of Richard Coates"
month and day are illegible in the parish record. 
COATES, Alice (I6101)
16 "Among the tenants in the other part of the township in the 17th century was the family of Ward. They perhaps acquired their estate here from the Girlingtons, who owned 12 oxgangs in 1606. (fn. 118) Robert Ward held two messuages and 12 oxgangs in 1625, of which half was held of Sir George Conyers of Sockburn. (fn. 119) His son Robert (fn. 120) held lands in Over Dinsdale in 1633, (fn. 121) and Richard and Thomas Ward answered for five hearths there in 1673. (fn. 122) During the 18th century this family seems to have acquired the greater part of the township, and the Misses Ward were the principal landowners in 1823. " From WARD, Robert (I6760)
17 "Ann daughter of Richard Coates baptized" COATES, Ann (I6099)
18 "Arnold Shaw’s will, at his death in 1798, left his wife, Margaret, the east end of “my new brick dwelling from the bottom of the cellar to the top of the house,
use of outside doors, yard and well” so long as she remained a widow. The farm in Poplar Grove remains in the possession of their Planter descendants. If she re-married she was to quit the house taking only her wearing apparel with her “and such things as she had when I married her.” from Julian Gwyn's Planter Nova Scotia 
SHAW, Arnold (I4212)
19 "born on the Lacey Farm about I mile below what is now called Clarksville." BLOIS, Daniel Garrett (I19)
20 "born on the Lacey Farm about I mile below what is now called Clarksville." BLOIS, James (I1224)
21 "born on the Lacey Farm about I mile below what is now called Clarksville." BLOIS, Isaac (I2286)
22 "born on the Lacey Farm about I mile below what is now called Clarksville." BLOIS, Thomas (I2287)
23 "born on the Lacey Farm about I mile below what is now called Clarksville." BLOIS, Mary Ann (I2288)
24 "born on the Lacey Farm about I mile below what is now called Clarksville." BLOIS, Hanna Lutches (I2289)
25 "Caleb Lake, also a Newport yeoman, died aged 90 in 1812, was able to leave his widow £10 a year, paid quarterly, together with two bushels of wheat per year." from Julian Gwyn's Planter Nova Scotia LAKE, Caleb (I4835)
26 "circa 1248.— I, Nicholas Ward of Givingdale, have granted to God and the Nuns of St. Leonard of Essold, for the safety to my soul and those to my ancestors, together with my body there to be buried, a certain toft in the territory of Heukeswrd [Hawksworth], called Northcroft, inclosed all round with a ditch; to be held in free alms, quit of all service and of everything pertaining to the land, so that the said nuns may do therewith whatsoever they will: Witnesses: Helias, then Bailiff of Ottelay, Benedictde Yauun, Walter de Heukeswrd, Thomas le Russot Heukeswrd, Thomas son to Pagan de Giselay. These al, which appears to have been an antique gem, mounted as they often were, seems to represent ac ow or bull, with the legend: + SIGNED NICOLAI WARD."
He appears to have died without issue somewhere about 1250. 
WARD, Nicholas (I8014)
27 "Deed pertaining to William Reid & James Gilmore Scott and family in Hants County Nova Scotia

Book 12 page 196
Conveyance: Wm Reid to James Scott registered 16 December 1817 On the oath of James Reid
Know all Men by these Present that I William Reid Junior of Newport in the County of Hants and Province of Nova Scotia Farmer with Sarah my Wife for and in Consideration of the Sum of fourteen pounds Currency of Nova Scotia aforesaid to me in hand paid by James Scott of Newport and County aforesaid Yeoman. The receipt whereof I do hereby Acknowledge and myself thereby Satisfied contested and paid have given granted Bargained Sold Alien conveyed and conferred and by these Present do give grant Bargain sell Alien Convey and confirm unto Him the said James Scott, his Heirs Executors Administrators and --- a Certain Lot of Land situate lying and being in the Township of Newport and County aforesaid and Bounded as the Following (Viz) beginning sixteen chains East of the South West Corner of Land Granted to Him the Said James Scott and beginning thense East Eighty chains thense South thirty one chains and fifty links thence West Eight chains thence (etc no names mentions) containing in all by Estimation two hundred and fifty acres more or less (more legal jargon) signed by William Reid, Sarah Reid, Witnessed by James Reid and Elizabeth Reid and Shubael Dimock Newport 3 June 1817."
Note: The Elizabeth Reid mentioned above would be Elizabeth Berry who married William's brother James Reid. She is also a neice of the above James G. Scott's wife Catharine (nee Berry).
Note: William is referred to as William Reid Junior in the above, so he is definitely a son of a William.

Grant in Hants County Nova Scotia pertaining to William Reid Senior and William Reid Junior

To the honourable Charles Morris, Surveyor General of Lands
You are forthwith, by yourself or Deputy to admeasure and lay out unto William Reid, Senior four hundred acres, William Reid Junior two hundred fifty, James Reid and George Reid each two hundred, James Smith three hundred & fifty, Joseph Bailey and James Mosher each two hundred acres of lands for themselves and families within the province and make return to the Secretary's Office, within six months from the date hereof, with Plot or Description hereunto annexed, as also to Certify the Nature and Quality of the said Lands, conformable to His Majesty's Instructions, and for so doing this shall be your Warrant. Given under my Hand at Halifax, this 28th Day of October, 1812(7? ) J. L Sherbrooke 
REID, William (I159)
28 "Eden the daughter of Richard Coates" COATES, Eden (I6067)
29 "Elizabeth, daughter of John Ward, baptized..." WARD, Elizabeth (I633)
30 "Family information says that he was head gardener for Lord Moran, with whose daughter Mary, he eloped and in 1761 crossed the Atlantic to Canada. They sailed on the "Hopewell" with Col. Alexander McNutt... Felix Cochran was one of his ship managers."
Found at 
COCHRANE, Felix (I4041)
31 "Father George Ward, alias Ingleby, was a son of Marmaduke Ward, Esq., of Newby, near Ripon, by his wife, Ursula Wright, and generally passed by the alias of Ingleby. He was born in the year 1594, educated at St. Omer's, entered the Society in 1619, and was professed in 1634. He taught theology for some time at Liege, and was esteemed an able divine; he also served the English Mission, and for several years was chaplain to the Countess of Newport in London. He was recalled to Liege in 1647, and again professed theology, but returned to England in 1649, where he died, June 21, 1654, age 60." From the book "Records of the English province of the Society of Jesus ... in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries" by Henry Foley

- another source says "George Ward, alias Ingleby, alias Vernon"

His entry in the book Records of the English province of the Society of Jesus... in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries states:
Ward, George, Father, alias Ingleby,a native of Yorkshire, son of Marmaduke Ward, Esq.,of Newby, near Ripon, and his wife Ursula Wright. He was brother to the holy nun, Mary Ward, the Foundress of the Order of the Institute of the B.V.M. He was born in 1596 according to the majority of the Catalogues, though some say in 1594, and one in 1598. He entered the Society 1619, and was professed of the four vows March 7, 1634. In 1628 he was a missioner in London, and in 1633, and for several years, Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Liege. In 1642 he was again in London, but in 1645 in the Residence of St. Mary (Oxford District). In 1649 he was at Liege, and returning to the London Mission about the same year, he died there June 11 1654, aet. 58. (Biography, records S.J. vol. v. p. 681 ; also vol. vi. p. 269.) 11
Then, in the footnote "William Ward, alias Ingleby, an elder brother, was a student at the English College, 1614. He was ordained Priest there, April 29, 1618, and died in Ireland about 1645. (Records S.J. vol. vi., as above.) The name of Ward is conspicuous in Peacock's Yorkshire Catholics and Recusants (1604). Among others, we find mention in Ripon of "Elizabeth Ward, wife of Marmaduke Ward; Jenet Ward, wife of John Ward," recusants." 
WARD, George (I6869)
32 "Frances Ingleby, a son of the knight of Ripley Castle had forfeited his life at York in 1586 for no other crime than being a Roman Catholic priest" INGLEBY, Francis (I8184)
33 "He confirmed to Fountains Abbey the gifts of land at Givendale,. He appears among the knights of the Archbishop in the time of John, 1199-1216, as holding one knight's fee."
William Warde and Nicholas Warde his son witnessed a deed by which Richard son of Henry and Cicely his wife gave land in Hawksworth to Leonard de Hawksworth.
'William Ward, and Nicholas and Simon his sons, witnessed a charter from William de Leathley, granting land in Horsforth to Kirkstall Abbey." 
WARD, Sir William (I7874)
34 "He married at the astonishingly early age of eleven years Anne Norton, one of the daughters of Sir John Norton of Norton Conyers near Ripon and Margaret his wife, daughter of Roger Ward of Givendale... The marriage settlement is dated 10th August 1515, certain tenements in Theakston, Pickhill, Rokesby, Sinderby and East Lutton being settled upon the youthful couple." Family F2767
35 "He sided with the Barons in their dispute with King John, but made his peace with the young King Henry III. His lands, which had been seized by the crown, were restored to him, as appears by the following order:
1217, November 3. A writ was sent to the Sheriff to Yorkshire, commanding him to give to Nicholas Ward such seisin of his lands as he had before he withdrew from faith and service of King John, and to which he was disseised by order of Henry III, he having now returned to his allegiance."

1248, August 19.— Nicholas obtained a grant of free warren to himself and his heirs, in all his demesne lands in Gyvendale and Escheholt.

circa 1248.---Nicholas Ward granted to Esholt Priory all the land in Hawkesworth that he bought from Robert son of Martin de Hawkesworth and half the toft which belonged to Siward de Hawkesworth. Witnesses: Hugh de Lelay, Alan de Catherton, Adam de Nairford, John de Yedon, Nigel de Horsford, Adam and Serlode Roudon, Thomas de Karleton, and others. 
WARD, Nicholas (I8014)
36 "He was born in Centre Gore on Nov. 30,
1807 and died at Abinqton, MASS. on July
5, 1866 at age of 58. Married Olive
Greenough. Whitman Directory of 1920
shows Olive Blois, widow of Abraham,
boards at Rogers Home, 77 Washington.
She died at Whitman, Mass in 1920." 
BLOIS, Abraham (I2290)
37 "James Mosher was a shoemaker and tanner of leather, who resided in Newport for a time and then moved to Chester, N.S. He did an extensive tanning business and stood high in society. Was a prominent member of the Baptist church and finally closed up business and came back to Windsor where he died." Chronological History of the the Mosher Family. MOSHER, James (I2270)
38 "John, son of John Ward, baptized..." WARD, John (I632)
39 "John, son of John Ward, buried.." WARD, John (I632)
40 "Margaret, daughter of Richard Coates" COATES, Margaret (I6100)
41 "Matthew Hutton, to pay his debts, sold Marske in 1630 to his wife's father, Sir Conyers Darcy and Conyers Darcy his son."

"When the Great Rebellion broke out Matthew Hutton took, with his kinsmen the Darcies, the king's part, and, with them, he suffered for his loyalty. Mr. Fryer says that he was fined 1,000?., but in the books of the commissioners the sum which stands against his name is only 132?. 12s. 10d., and he was freed altogether from their claims on the 25th of July, 1651. There is little known of the progress of the Rebellion in Swaledale, but there is a protection granted to Hutton by Ferdinand Lord Fairfax, on the 5th of August, 1644, which shews that Marske, at least, was saved from one of the greatest horrors with which war is accompanied."

Before Matthew Hutton died lie lost his eldest son, a serious misfortune to an afflicted family. Where and when he himself died we do not exactly know. There is no record of his burial in the parish register at Marske. He probably ended his days in retirement far from the scenes of his younth and his father's home. The careful hand of his daughter-in-law healed the breaches which he had made in his estate by her industry and loving care. Subsequent alliances made the family of Hutton richer and more prosperous than ever.
HUTTON, Mathew (I7380)
42 "MOOR COTE, in the parish of East Witton and wapentake of Hang West; 1¾ miles SE.of East Witton, 4 miles SE. of Middleham." WARD, Richard (I7172)
43 "of Emgate, Bedale" Family F2275
44 "Prior Swynton of Fountains Abbey records in his Account Book a payment of4./. when the Abbat baptised the son of Roger Warde of Givendale at Ripon. This date would fit tor the baptism of Christopher, Roger's eldest son, but as the infant's christian name is not mentioned it is impossible to be certain." WARD, Sir Christopher (I7712)
45 "Ralph Ward buried..." WARD, Ralph (I620)
46 "Ralph, son of John and Susan Ward, baptized..." WARD, Ralph (I637)
47 "Richard Card’s 1775 will left to his wife and children not only his land, but cattle, sheep, and swine together with his cart and gondola." From Julian Gwyn's Planter Nova Scotia CARD, Richard (I1929)
48 "Robert Ward of Trimdon, gentleman took two leases one on 2 August 1615, the other on 12 June 1616. He was one of the few lessees able to sign his own name in a fair hand. There is a pedigree of the Warde family of Trimdon and Bowes in Surtees (vol.1, p.110) and there is a Robert therein who married Barbara the daughter of Thomas Blenkinsop of Helbeck in Westmoreland. They had a son called William aged 18 in 1615."
The Journal of the Northumberland and Durham Family History Society Vol~4 No 3 April 1979 
WARD, Robert Esq (I8232)
49 "The Kidstons had a daughter. Belle. I suppose her name was Isabelle. And the old woman--Mrs. Duffus and then she was Mrs. Kidston -- invited my grandmother down for supper. And she went down. And Belle was quite the lady. After they had supper, Belle said to her mother to take Mrs. Jones into the parlour and she'd look after the dishes. So this happened. But they didn't hear any dishes being washed or anything, so Mrs. Kidston and my grandmother went out. Dishes were still on the table. Went in the kitchen, there was no Belle there. Went upstairs, and a ladder--she had eloped with a fellow by the name of Irish, William Irish. And he wasn't considered good enough for Belle. But the old girl had hysterics, and started, 'I might have known something was going to happen--Belle washed her stockings today.' So when we were kids, anything special, we'd always say, well, 'Belle had better wash her stockings."
Excerpt from Early History of Baddeck by Robert Elmsley 
KIDSTON, Isabelle M. (I5303)
50 "The Moir family business was established under Benjamin Moir, a native of Scotland, who opened a bakery shop on Brunswick Street, Halifax, N.S. in 1830. After his death in 1845, his son William C. Moir took over the bakery. Between 1862 and 1869 Moir built a five-story plant occupying Grafton, Argyle, and Duke Streets featuring a steam bakery, flour mill and retail store which originally operated under the name Moir and Co. A confectionery plant was opened in 1873 managed by William's son, James W. Moir, who introduced the production of chocolates. In 1875 the name of the firm became William C. Moir and Son. James W. Moir succeeded his father as head of the business in 1896 and his brother, William C. Moir Jr., also joined the firm as an associate. In 1903 the firm known as Moir Son and Co. was incorporated as a joint stock company under the name Moirs Limited. A paper box plant was added to the establishment at Halifax, and a chocolate refining plant, saw mill and wooden box (shook) manufacturing plant were constructed in Bedford where the company later established its own hydro power station. On 29 December 1925, Moirs Limited was incorporated to acquire the old firm. The company was reorganized in 1926 and established branch sales offices and warehouses across Canada and foreign agencies in the West Indies, Central and South America, South Africa, and New Zealand. In 1956 the company left family hands and was reorganized under new president F.M. Covert. Standard Brands Canada Limited acquired Moirs in 1967. The Moirs plant continued in Dartmouth as part of Hershey Foods Corporation." MOIR, James Ward (I3136)

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