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101 1861 census as the head of a household of 11
Interesting that in The British Colonist - Feb 20, 1858, the following is printed:
"...Also from Thomas Ward, formerly of the Three Mile House, in reference to the destruction of his house by fire from sparks from the railway engine" 
WARD, Thomas (I243)
102 1861 census shows a total of 8 in the household. 3 males and 5 females. Nicholas and his son John are 2 of the males but I don't know who the 3rd male would be. Although there is a gap of a few years between daughter Lucy b. 1853 and Sarah, b. 1861, so there must have been another son born between and who died between the 1861 and 1871 censuses. WARD, Nicholas M. (I220)
103 1871 census - household of Allan Berry age 24, Harriet 28, Mary Eliza 19 and widow Susan age 60 KILCUP, Susan (I1015)
104 1871 census he is living in household of James Henry and Lucinda Ward (either his parents or his grandparents)
1881 census shows him living with the James and Martha Finlay family in Brooklyn, Hants County. 
WARD, Sylvanus (I285)
105 1871 census, living in Kempt, NS wife Rachel
1881 census, makes him born in 1814 - carpenter
1891 census, living in Cambridge, Hants County, NS ship's carpenter

Simon's grandfather Simon Ward's will says: "First I give unto my son Robert Ward the use of the following Lots of Land during his natural Life and at his death to his son Simon Ward and to his heirs and assigns for ever viz. one Lot of upland containing thirty acres being a part of Lot number fifteen bounded southerly on the new road Landing to ___ easterly on Land of John Ward north of the river West on __Land of Felix Cochran and twenty eight and one half acres being apart of Lot number fourteen and bounded southerly on Land of the Late James Smith easterly and northerly on Land of John Ward and west on Land of Felix Cochrane and it is my will that Simon Ward do pay unto Henry the son of my daughter Susana Blois ten pounds when he arrives at the age of twenty one..."

Simon, son of Robert, inherits the above land at Robert's death. Then, in 1841, he sells the land to James Fox Cochrane. 
WARD, Simon (I241)
106 1891 census - house carpenter - living with parents WARD, Leonard D. (I266)
107 1901 Census gives her date of birth as Feb. 11, 1830 but according to her death record, she was 84 at the time of death on May 24th, 1910. This would put her birth at 1826.
- Sometime after 1901 Sarah moved to Boston, likely to live with relatives. (Two of her daughters lived in Boston.. Laura Ward and Sadie (Bater)
Her brother Edward's obit says "his sister Mrs. Sarah Ward attended from Boston."
Sarah was buried with her husband at Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor, Nova Scotia. plot 06 8N (headstone appears to say 1913, but death record filled out by attending physician says clearly 1910.) The headstone could have been erected at a much later date at which time the date of death was only guessed at. 
CALDWELL, Sarah (I40)
108 1901 census living in Avondale, NS CHURCH, George Ezra (I1120)
109 1901 census says Elsie is adopted MCALONEY, Elsie (I2719)
110 1901 census says immigration to Canada was 1840 LOWTHERS, Edward (I655)
111 1901 living in the household of her brother-in-law George Stairs MCKENZIE, Jessie E. (I3899)
112 1921 census lists her as 'Weewaikai' for origin OWEN, Emogene Mary (I1002)
113 19th September, 12th Henry VII. (1497) — Deed poll whereby John Wandesford, esq., grants to Christopher Ward and others {i?tter alia) his manor of Kirtelyngton (Kirklington) with the advowson thereof, and all his lands in Yarnewick, Sutton Holgrave, etc.

20th November, 12th Henry VII. (1497) — A Deed poll whereby Sir Christopher Ward and Edward Musgrave release to the said John Wandesford all their right to the manor and lands conveyed by the last deed. 
WANDESFORDE, Christopher (I7717)
114 88, Union Corner, Hants Co., passed away unexpectedly Saturday, June 30, 2007, in Hants Community Hospital, Windsor. Born in Poplar Grove, she was a daughter of the late Charles and Mary (Foley) Burke. Minnie was a member of the Windsor Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses, and was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Minnie is survived by her children, Raymond (Mary), Newport Corner; Mary (George) Hauer, Union Corner; Fred, Union Corner; David (Lois), Union Corner; Dell (Cheryl), Brooklyn; Reid (Sandra), Brooklyn, and Susan (Bernie) Dunlap, Falmouth; daughter-in-law, Diane Church, Windsor; sister-in-law, Winnie Betten, Gypsum Mines; 20 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; half-sisters, Marie Anthony and Betty (Basil) MacAllister; half-brothers, Charles Jr. (Eleanor) Burke and Gary Burke; also several nieces and nephews. Minnie was predeceased by her
loving husband, George Howard Church (February 2007); son, Robert "Bob" Church; daughter-in-law, Sharon Church; son-in-law, Jim Williams; sisters, Anne Willet and Chris Baker; brothers, William, Fred and Earl Burke. Arrangements have been entrusted to Lohnes Funeral Service, 419 Albert St., Windsor (902-798-8317). There will be no visitation or funeral by request. A private family interment service will be held at a later date in Ste. Croix Cemetery, St. Croix. Family flowers only. Donations in memory of Minnie may be made to Victorian Order of Nurses Annapolis Valley Branch, West Hants Office, 89 Payzant Dr., 2nd Floor, Hants Community Hospital, Windsor, NS B0N 2T0, or to a charity of one's choice. Private messages of condolence may be made in the "Guest Book" at: 
BURKE, Minnie Josephine (I1125)
115 98/9 Christopher Ward Braithwaite 1569 889/43

In dei noime amen decemodie mensis July Anno Dmi 1569
I Christofer Ward of Braythwet wthin the countye of Yorke [beinge] seike in body but of good and perfyt remembrance mayke this my last will and testament in manner and forme followinge, Fyrst of all th[eirfor] I commit my soul into the hands of all mightye god my maker and redemer and my body to be buryed in the churchyeard of Mydlam with all the dewties thereunto belonging to be payd Item I gyve and bequeath to my [son] [ ] Ward my hole tytle and intrest of Braythwet, and my [leasse] of Coverham uppon this condition that he shall suffer [ ] my wyff to occupie and injoye the foresaid fermhold and lease so longe as she dooth kepe hir widow
Item I will that my wyff Elisabeth shall pay or cause to be payd unto my sone Henrie Ward for his preferment of [learn]yng for the space and tyme of [sex] yeres next and immediatlye following after my death eight pounds of lawfull money of England yerely [during] the said [tearme] [and] for the space of [three] yers then next and immediately following sex pounds xiijs iiijd yerely during the tearm of the sayd three yeres yf she [leve] and remayne widow so long And allso to bringe up the residew of my children upon the same fermhold.
Item I will that yf god shall call uppon my sone Richard to his [mercy] before he come to the age of xxjth yeres, then I gyve my holl tytle [and right] of Braythwet and Coverham to myson John Ward prvydyd always that he shall suffer his mother Elisabeth to occupye and injoye the [sayd] fermhold and lease to hir proffet as is afore [reservyd] to my sone Richard and wth [such] conditions.
Item I will that when my son Richard or John whether soever god shall appoint to come to the age of xxjth yeres, then the said Richard or John shall enter uppon half my fermhold of Braythwet, duringe the wedowhed of Elisabeth my wiff and after the wedowhead, the afforsaid Richard or John whether god shall appoint to enter uppon my holl tytle and inrest of Braythwet accordinge to the trew intent and meaning of this my last will and testament.
Item I will that yf god shall call to his mercye my sones Richard and John, before that they coom to the age of xxjth yeres then I will that my sone Henry shall have my holl tytle and interest of Braythwet provydyd always that he shall suffer my wyff Elisabeth to occupie and injoye the hole tytle and intrest of my fermhold at Braythwet peaceably and quietlye duringe hir wedowhead.
Item I will that yf Elsabeth my wyff do marry, or yf god do call hir to his mercy before my sone Richard or John coom to the age of xxjth yeres then I put the ordre of my fermhold at Braythwet wth all my Intrest to the use of my brother Richard Ward and to my brother in law Christofer Doddisworth and they to occupye the ferme tothe use and proffyt of my chidren, unto such tyme as my sone Richard or John come to the age of xxjth yeres. And the said Richard and Christofer to pay unto my sone Henry such some of money as is unpaid as affor is expressyd
Item I will that the childes portion wch belongeth unto my sone Henry Immediatly after my death shal be deliveryd into the hands of my brother Richard that the profit therof may come to my sone Henry to the mayntnace of his learning, And yf my brother refus yt my brother Doddisworth to occupye yt to my sone Henries use.
Item I bequeth to my sone in law Thomas Dickinson all my houshold stuff, now [lying] at Gay[t]hill.
Item I bequeth to my brother Richard Ward my best gown, and to my brother in law Christofer Dodisworth one fillie fole wch was under my grisseld mare.
Item I bequeth to my syster Doddisworth one why of thre yeres old.
Item I bequeth to James Ward my brother sone one ewe and a lamb.
Item I bequeth to John Doddisworth and his thre systers every one of them one ewe and a lamb.
Item I bequeth to Magdalene Croft a calf of a yere old.
Item I will that Allison Trotter the wyff of Thomas Trotter both winter and somer shall have a cow going at Braythwet at the cost and charge of myne [assignes] as longe as the said Allison shall leve.
Item I bequeth to every of my servants now being at Braythwet, one ewe and a lamb.
Item I geve to Francis Smyth one ewe and a lamb.
Item I gyve to the reparation of the parishe church of Wytton xijd, and to the table of the same [vijd] Item I gyve to Sir xpofer Maysterman ijs.
Item I gyve to Sir Richard Fawcet iijs.
Item I will that a dymond be provydyd the [day of my .........] at the disscression of my friends.
Item I mayke my wyff Elisabeth and John my sone and Margaret my dowghter my hole executors of all my part not bequeathed and yt to be equally divydyd imongst them, and they to pay my debts, legacs and funerall expences to be taykin furth of the holl goods, Wytnesses hereof Christofer Doddisworth, Anthony Metcalf [ ]nes Buckill, Anthony Buckill and William Buckill wth other mo. And the same will red and well [lyveryd] uppon by the said testator the last day of Januarye [which in] the [presence] of Christofer Doddisworth, Richard Ward, Robt Beckwith and Thomas [Dawes] wth other mo
The inventorye of all the goods moveable and unmoveable [ ] xpofer Wards at the day of his death prayssed the sext day of Februarye in the xiiijth yere of the reigne of our sovereign ladye Elisabeth by thes men followinge Robt Beckwith, Charles Atkinson, Rauff Lofthowss and Thomas Horner
Imprimis xviijth kyen and fyve calfes xxixli
Item xviijth calves viijli
Item xlviijth ewe sixli xijs
Item sex oxen wth teames and sled xiiijli xiijs iiijd
Item thre mares ij coults, and a gray courtall xli
Item fyve stacks and sex pecs of hay vijli xiijs viijd
Item a feild of hard corn of ix acres viijli xs
Item wheat and ots to thresshe iiijli
Item xxxxiij th wedders and tupes xxli
Item sex old swine and viij [p..s]ls
Item winter [beyff] xxxiijs iiijd
In one chamber
Item a standing bed, atrynels bed one press, a [coverd] table, thre short [so..ills]
wth furniture iiijli vjs viijd
Item purse and girdle and his apparell iijli
Item iij payr of sheits xxvjs viijd
Item a bed and a counter in an other chamber xxxiijs iiijd
Item corn in the garners xxs
Item in an other chamber a fedder bed and two mattresses xls
Item in the parlor a [lo...dill] bed, a cooboord a table & a saddle, ij lyttill chysts
and a chayr xxxiijs iiijd
Item xij [sil] [spaynes] liijs iiijd
Item pots pans pueder vessel wth other kytchin stuff of wood vjli xiijs iiijd
Item a [bayhorse] ijli [vij]s viijd
Sum [lij]li jli vjsviijd
The debitorie of the testator at the day of his death
Item [owen unto] [ ] Thomas Atkinson for his childs protion [lli]
Item into the same[..........] vli vjs viijd
Item unto the same for a horse iijli
Item unto Mr [Been] of York vli
Item unto Rauff Scott xviijli
Item unto Elsabeth Shaw vijli
Item the rest of Braythwet for one half yere vli viijs [iiij]d
Item that [way] xxijs
Sum iiijxxxiiijli xvijs
Summa remaineth xlviijliixs viijd 
WARD, Christopher (I8871)
116 (1958)86   19 January 1629
Language:   Latin
1. James Dale 2. John Ward of Over Dinsdale, Yorks Deed of Feoffment by (1) to (2).
A house and garth at Middleton One Row, between those occupied by Thomas Culley and John Wetherelt, with warranty against the heirs of Anthony Felton and Marmaduke Andrew.
Mark of (1).
Seal: missing
(1958)87   4 May 1630
1. John Ward of Dinsdale 2. William Killinghall of Middleton St. George Bargain and Sale by (1) to (2) of that house and ground at Middleton One Row lately occupied by William Dale, between the houses of Cuthbert Potter and John Wethereld with warranty particularly against (1)'s wife Elizabeth.
Amount of cash consideration not specified.
Signature (1).
Seal: (1) 
WARD, John (I7040)
117 1862 27 September. The Leeds Mercury; Issue 7632
WARD. – Sept. 21st , aged 76 ESTHER, widow of Mr THOMAS WARD, of Reeth Swaledale. 
HOWSON, Esther (I6980)
118 Donald Fraser "Don" Ward
Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle and friend, has passed away at the Saint John Regional Hospital on May 7, 2013. Don was born in Sydney, N.S on July 12, 1932, the son of the late Claude and Jean (McBratney) Ward. He attended the Nova Scotia College of Art, and was the Senior Graphic Artist at CJCB in Sydney, and CHSJ in Saint John. Don and several of his friends from the art college formed the Harmony Lake group of artists, and met at various locations for many years to sketch, paint, and enjoy critiquing each other's work. He was a water colourist whose paintings are in many collections. Don enjoyed giving art lessons in his home, and at NBCC over the years. 

He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Eileen, daughter Carol Ann (Mark Mercer), grandsons Jared, and Jordan, who resides in Edmonton, sister Lillian in Sydney, brother Bob in Ontario, as well as several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, brothers William and Harold, and an infant sister. 

Resting at Kennebecasis Community Funeral Home, 152 Pettingill Road, Quispamsis (849-2119), with visiting on Thursday from 2-4 and 6-8 pm. The Funeral Service will be held from Rothesay Baptist Church on Friday, May 10 at 2:00 pm. Interment will take place in Rothesay Baptist Cemetery at a later date. For those who wish, remembrances to Word of Life (, or a charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated by the family. Due to allergies in the family, no flowers will be accepted. Online condolences and remembrances may be placed at 
WARD, Donald Fraser (I185)
119 NORTHUP, Lena Hazel - 94, Halifax, passed away January 10, 2002, in the VG Site, QEII. Born in Brooklyn, Hants Co., she was a daughter of the late Jehu and Edith (Ward) Ward. She was a long-time member of Emmanuel Anglican Church, Spryfield. She is survived by sons, Kenneth (Pat), Halifax; Donald, Stewiacke; sister, Jean (Allan) Latta, Windsor; nine grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; one great great-grandchild; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by husband, Dudley Northup; daughter, Patricia Slaunwhite; brothers, Gordon and Melvin; sisters, Esther Northup and Rita McClair. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, Halifax. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Monday, January 14, in Emmanuel Anglican Church, Spryfield, Archdeacon Karen Hunt officiating. Burial to follow in Fairview Lawn Cemetery. Donations may be made in memory to Emmanuel Anglican Church, Spryfield.

Friday, January 11, 2002
The Halifax Herald Limited 
WARD, Lena Hazel (I1013)
120 A 90 year old Moses is living in his daughter Priscilla Dexter's household. ROLFE, Moses (I3618)
121 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. Family F967
122 A George Ward, Melsonby, served on Quarter Sessions juries in both Thirsk and Richmond in the years 1635, 1636, 1637, 1638, 1639, 1641, 1642 WARD, George (I6584)
123 A John Langstaff m. Elizabeth Jones both of Spennithorne Parish, Jun 6, 1786

Elizabeth Jones bap. 26 Dec 1764 daughter of Francis Jones of Bellerby. 
Family F2671
124 A Samuel Caldwell received a grant of 500 acres at Panuke Lakes, Hants County in 1821. Not sure if this would be Samuel Jr. or Senior.
According to 1838 Hants County census, Samuel has:
1 male under 6 (Samuel 3)
1 female 6-14 (Sarah)
2 males over 14 (Charles and Edward)
4 females over 14 (Mary Ann Rickards, Mary Maria Caldwell, Ruth and
Source of this information is from Gloria Blanchard at WHHS 
CALDWELL, Samuel Jr. (I38)
125 a Seaman TAYLOR, Stephen B. (I1571)
126 A ship builder according to his daugher Annie's marriage registration. MOSHER, James (I5489)
127 A ship's Captain, he piloted Cunard steamers between Halifax and Boston. STAIRS, Capt. John II (I3910)
128 A significant clue to Caroline being the granddaughter Caroline Ward mentioned in the will of Simon Ward of Newport Nova Scotia:
Living on one side of Edward and Caroline's household in 1871 are James and Mary Coon. Mary is actually Mary Caldwell, a neice of my Nicholas and Sarah (Caldwell) Ward (of plot 06 8N, Maplewood fame).
And, on the other side 1 household down is George and Catherine Fuller and their daughter Sarah Rebecca who in 1879 would marry John Edward Ward, the son of Nicholas (Simon Ward's grandson) and Sarah Caldwell.
So, Caroline was certainly living in the right neighbourhood to be connected to that Ward family. 
WARD, Caroline Anne (I4599)
129 A Smelter of lead ore. WARD, John Dryden Temperley (I6719)
130 A visitor in his brother John's household. Born Wensley WARD, Robert (I7315)
131 A weaver of linen ANDREWS, Abraham (I8686)
132 A widow living in the home of her sister Elizabeth Dove. WARD, Eleanor (I3049)
133 Abraham Bloodgood was in the Albany Militia along with Capt. John Scott BLOODGOOD, Abraham (I2444)
134 According to 1911 Hants County census, Henry is living with John A and Amy next door to Jehu and Edith and is listed with surname 'Harvey'. WARD, Henry (I1184)
135 According to an email from his granddaughter: "He left his family on January 31, 1924 to go the US.  He eventually remarried to Esther Pearl (Williams) Pellett on October 15, 1931 in Hartford, CT.  He died May 8, 1982 in East Hartford.    Roy changed his name to Raymond Walker sometime before the 1940 Hartford Census.  His obit and death record is under the name Raymond Walker.  His first wife, Lena Mosher, died September 18, 1964 in Riverton, Pictou County, NS. WOOFF, Roy (I5258)
136 according to baptism record at Christ Church, Windsor LOWTHERS, Andrew (I84)
137 according to baptism record at Christ Church, Windsor LOWTHERS, Elizabeth (I89)
138 according to birthdate on death certificate CONSTANTINE, Elizabeth (I1245)
139 According to Christ Church Anglican, Windsor, NS burial records. LOWTHERS, Andrew (I770)
140 according to Christ Church, Windsor baptism record. LOWTHERS, Sarah (I303)
141 according to Christ Church, Windsor baptism record. LOWTHERS, John A. (I304)
142 according to Christ Church, Windsor baptism record. LOWTHERS, Samuel (I305)
143 according to Christ Church, Windsor record. LOWTHERS, Sarah (I303)
144 according to her daughter Annie's death record. CROWELL, Elizabeth (I498)
145 According to Kathy Jope Manning family stories are that Jane was
adopted by the Lowthers family after her mother died enroute to Canada
but this has not been confirmed. 
LOWTHERS, Mary Jane (I101)
146 according to obituary in Acadian Recorder on November 30, 1850 "On Thursday last, after a short illness, Emma Ward, aged 21 years, daughter of Mr. Increase Ward, Three Mile House." WARD, Amy (Emma) (I176)
147 according to St. Pauls anglican, Rawdon records
Witnesses: Robert Ward and Jehu Mosher 
Family F45
148 According to the 1891 census, Henry's son George McKenzie declares his father's birthplace as Scotland. MCKENZIE, Henry Duncan (I117)
149 According to the book 'Three Seventeenth-Century Yorkshire Surveys', in 1605 an Edward Ward owned lands at Kettlewell near East Witton and Middleham.
He owned 1 house, meadow, 1 acre arable, 5 pasture gates. Total yearly value 15s 6d. I have not found any birth, marriage, or death records for him. 
WARD, Edward (I8868)
150 According to the book Chronological History of the Mosher Family: "John Mosher, of Barzillai married the widow McKenzie, formerly Mary Ward, and had the following children: Adelaide and Adeline, they being twins"

There is a marriage bond for an Adelaide Mosher at NSARM which may or may not be this Adelaide. June 10, 1862 - To a John B. McDonald, a teacher from Prince Edward Island. The bond is signed by a Biard Mosher. 
MOSHER, Adelaide (I1046)

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