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1151 Place of birth determined from marriage certificate MCGUIRE, Marguerite G. (I2730)
1152 Place of burial given on death record is St. Croix.
Gives parents as Samuel Lowthers and Catherine Johnson.
Informant is son George who thought that both his parents were born in Nova Scotia. 
LOWTHERS, John L. (I96)
1153 Place of residence at time of birth is Moudron House which is up the Whashton Road from Richmond. ARMSTRONG, Alice (I7583)
1154 Place of residence for Robert is given as Bedale. Family F2241
1155 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King DEMONT, Annie Laura (I4613)
1156 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King KING, Bertha Anne (I4617)
1157 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King KING, Henry Wallace (I4618)
1158 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King DAVIS, Alice Bernice (I4760)
1159 Poll Tax Records of heads of households BERRY, William (I990)
1160 Poll Tax Records of heads of households BERRY, William (I990)
1161 Poll Tax Records of heads of households BERRY, William (I990)
1162 Poor's Asylum RILEY, James (I1983)
1163 possibility that Nancy's last name was 'Noble' as her son named their first son Robert Noble Berry Nancy (I983)
1164 Possibly a sister of Christopher Dixon who married Agnes Ward 1574 in Kirklington. Christopher and Agnes named one of their children Cecele. DIXON, Cecele (I6425)
1165 Possibly Cuthbert because There was a Cuthbert Ward 'of Newbiggin' involved in the mining at the London Lead Mining's Blanchland mines. Newbiggin is very close to Burnshield Haugh where sons Joseph and John were from.

Another possibility is Anthony Ward. There was a probate record for an Anthony Ward of Blanchland October 6, 1664DPRI/1/1664/W8 1 October 1664
Anthony WARD, yeoman, of Blachland (Blanchland) in the parishe of Shotly (Shotley) in the county of Northumberland [Blanchland, Northumberland]; also spelt Antoney
see DPRI/4/18 page 122: a monition having been issued, Thomas Ward, brother, exhibited on 1 Oct 1664 the inventory dated 29 Sep 1664 and was granted administration; the will was exhibited later (date unknown) and proved in solemn form, the former administrator's grant having been nullified. See also bond DPRI/3/1664/B164 (£100). 
WARD, Cuthbert (I6638)
1166 possibly the mother of Nicholas Ward's first 2 children, twins, born in December 1845. check on this! Since she died in March 1846, it is a good possibility that she died as a result of complications from this birth of twins. Nicholas married her sister Sarah, born the same year as Mary Ann.. (likely also twins). CALDWELL, Mary Ann (I34)
1167 Possibly through the influence of the Scropes, Arthur Phillip was pardoned, for he was in possession of Marske in 1597. In this year he, with Francis Phillip, his son and heir, sold the demesne lands to Timothy Hutton, knighted in 1606; and in 1598 Francis Phillip and Elizabeth his wife and William Phillip conveyed the manor to Richard Remington, clerk, and William Gee, evidently trustees for the Huttons. HUTTON, Sir Timothy (I6892)
1168 Posthumus birth (his father died while Thomas was still in the womb) GILL, Thomas (I8269)
1169 premature birth WARD, Richard Eugene (I1203)
1170 premature birth WARD, Richard Eugene (I1203)
1171 Presbyterian Witness has an announcement for WARD Alice, married 30th ult. (d/o late James Ward; J.E. Evans, Sec. 7, I.C.R., by Rev. Alfred Brown at Halifax.
P.W. Sat 12 Oct 1872. Vol. XXV No. 41, p. 328 
Family F388
1172 Presbyterian Witness obit states he was the 4th son of Robert and Sarah Ward. WARD, William King (I493)
1173 Presbyterian Witness Sat 18 Feb 1871, Vol XXIV No. 7, p. 56:
Burton M. 7th inst. (of Economy, Col Co,) ; Rachel MASON of Parrsboro by Rev. Duncan McKinnon 
Family F562
1174 Presbyterian Witness: WARD Alicia married 18th inst (d/o Mr. Ward of Lockman Street, in this city); W. Wesley LAMBERT, of Liverpool, N.S. by Rev. J.C. Cochran.
P.W. Sat 23 Jan 1864, Vol. XVII No. 4, p. 15 
Family F1068
1175 Presbyterian Witness: WARD Amelia married 29 Aug William REID, by Rev. Dr. Pryor, at Bedford. P.W. Sat 2 Sep 1865, Vol. XVIII No. 35, p. 280
Halifax Citizen, Saturday, September 2, 1865
At Bedford, on the 29th inst, by the Rev Dr Pryor,
Mr Wm Reid, to Miss Amelia Ward. No cards. 
Family F967
1176 Presbyterian Witness: WARD Amy married 30 Jul John A. Harvie by Rev. Henry How, at Brooklyn, Hants Family F84
1177 Presumably the Prioress of Esholt from 1480-97 WARD, Joan (I7724)
1178 Probably died in Massachusettes CALDWELL, Robert Higgins (I694)
1179 Probably the Nicholas Ward who was presented to the Rectory of Guiseley in 1282. "Nicholas Warde, subdeacon, was instituted to the church of Guiseley on the presentation of Simon Warde, Knight.'
In 1283 he appointed John, Rector of Barwick, as his proctor for three years." 
WARD, Nicholas (I8030)
1180 Probably the William who was sued in Michaelmas Term, 1 ^o^, with respect to a toft and land in Givendale. WARD, William (I8031)
1181 Probate record appoints Mary Ward as sole executrix over all the goods and chattels of 'her late husband' WARD, Richard (I7602)
1182 Probate record at Durham County:
George WARDE, of Hurworth (Hurworthe) in the countie of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]; also spelt Ward
Date of probate: 24 August 1619
inventory, actual total £362 0s 4d, 31 July 1619 (DPR/I/1/1619/W6/1)
endorsed: Elizabeth Ward, wife [relict]; Frances daughter aged 3
inventory, actual total £489 1s 4d, 31 July 1619 (DPR/I/1/1619/W6/2)
endorsed: administration granted, 24 Aug [1619] 
WARD, George (I7000)
1183 Probate record says 'of Scarrhouse' LONGSTAFF, Thomas (I8407)
1184 Probate records:
Alice WARD, spinster, of Hurworth upon Tease in the county of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]; also spelt Warde
Date of probate: 1680
will, 26 October 1680 (DPR/I/1/1680/W6/1-2) (includes her neices Margaret and Janet Allen, nephew John Allen, nephew William Ward, niece Margaret Storkdaile (sp?), niece Isabel Emerson, and nephew William Allen (executor)

inventory, actual total £72 18s 2d, 30 December 1680 (DPR/I/1/1680/W6/3-4)

bond, 1680 (DPR/I/3/1680/B297)
Alice WARD, spinster, of Hurworth within the county of Durham [Hurworth, County Durham]
Date of probate: 1682
inventory, actual total £13, undated (DPR/I/1/1682/W10/1) 
WARD, Alice (I7021)
1185 raised in Capt. John Bond's household, but not his son.
He was one of the original grantees of Rawdon Township although probably a teenager.
He received 250 acres from the Crown in Rawdon Township grant of 1784.
John Bond, known as the Orphan Lad or John-in- the- Woods was raised in household of Capt. John Bond but the relationship, if any, to Capt. Bond is unknown. When Capt John Bond was refugee at Charlesto, SC, before the evacuation of that city by the British, young John Bond was listed as a student between Aug 1 and Sept 1782 at John Bell's Refugee School at Charleston, SC - Catp John Bond, listed as John Bond, Sr. signed on 11 Nov 1782 as the parent.
On 26 Sept 1808 John Bond The Orphan Lad petitioned the goverment for a land grant. He stated that he had sold his original grant of 1784 to Capt John Bond for the sum of 5lbs. He stated that he had been in Nova Scotia since 1784 and now had a wife and one child. His name is included in the Dewell Grant of 23 March 1810 for Lot #2 
BOND, John (I3431)
1186 Ralph Neville, died July 24, 1522, seised of the manors of Thornton Brigg, Leckby, Cundall and Kirkby-on-the- Moor (near Boroughbridge), Gipton and Leeds ; his three daughters were found to be his heirs NEVILLE, Ralph Esq. (I7739)
1187 Raymond Roger Vatcher, 68, of Salmon River Road,
Enon, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2006, at the Cape Breton Regional
Hospital, Sydney. Born in Sydney, he was the son of Irene (Ward) and the late
Archibald Vatcher. Raymond was a retired steelworker, formerly employed in
British Columbia. Besides his mother, Raymond is survived by daughters,
Jennifer Vatcher, Oshawa, Ont., and Donna (Frank) Tedesco, Toronto, Ont.;
son, Archibald (Nicola), Toronto, Ont.; sisters, Beverly (Stephen) Giorno,
Enon and Delores (Robert) Chivari, Fredericton, N.B.; four grandchildren; four great
grandchildren and two nieces, Cheryl and Deborah. There will be no
visitation or service. Interment will take place at a later date. 
VATCHER, Raymond Roger (I1204)
1188 Rebecca Scott Lowrey is the last known owner of the 'Scott Bible'.
"Bible printed 1599" "Given Rebecca Scott Lowrey by her grandmother Rebecca Scott Peek".
She was a member of the American Philological Association in 1883.
(Transactions of the American Philological Association (1869-1896), Vol. 14 (1883), pp. i-xlviiiPublished by: The Johns Hopkins University PressStable URL: ) 
LOWREY, Rebecca Scott (I2370)
1189 Rebecca Scott received the 'Scott Bible' from her father John Scott. SCOTT, Rebecca (I1742)
1190 Rebecca was living in the household of her nephew, Harry V. Babcock LOWREY, Rebecca Scott (I2370)
1191 Record of Border Crossing
Madge T Ward
Arrival Date: 28 Feb 1925
Port of arrival: Vanceboro, Maine, United States
Arrival Contact: Aunt Mrs. Fred Lowther 74 Central St. Framingham, MA
Departure Contact: Father Harry 102 Richmond St. Sydney
Age: 17
Height: 5ft 3in
Birth Date: abt 1908
Birth Place: Sydney, Nova Scotia

1938 Listed in Medford city directory. 
WARD, Madge Thelma (I208)
1192 Record says "Symond the sonne of Ralph Warde de Orgate March 8 1639.
Orgate is just a short walk up the lane from Skelton and Marske by Richmond.. 
WARD, Simon (I622)
1193 Record says abode is 'Emgate in Bedale' WARD, John (I6450)
1194 Recorded in Newport Township Book MILLER, Rhoda Jane (I1542)
1195 Records state she married John Lawrence, Esq. of 'Barley' County Yorkshire. But since there is no such place in Yorkshire, I suspect it was a misspelling of 'Barlby', near Selby, in North Yorkshire Family F2774
1196 Rector of Guiseley WARD, John (I8037)
1197 Rector of Guiseley, 1306-7 WARD, Nicholas (I8032)
1198 Rector of Guiseley. WARD, Simon (I8025)
1199 Reference: UNKNOWN, Agnietie Williams (I5921)
1200 References from the Scott Bible: John Scott of Amherst Point; *Footnote. John Scott of Amherst Point, County of Cumberland was probably the first of the Scotts to settle in Nova Scotia. He is believed to have died in New York City of yellow fever in 1798. His wife is said to have been Mary Gilmore, daughter of John Gilmore by his wife MaryStewart (or Stuart). SCOTT, Mary (I963)

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