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1301 was a physician in Albany, N.Y. ... said to have removed to New York City in 1813 SCOTT, Robert Hamilton (I1740)
1302 was a shipsmith at time of marriage
was a blacksmith
had 2 yr old daughter Kate in 1881 census
was a policeman at time of Audrey's birth 
WARD, John Edward (I200)
1303 Was in Little River Home at time of death. BERRY, Freeman (I1499)
1304 Was in the household of her son Nicholas at Kempt, NS in the 1871 Census YOUNG, Fanny (I1234)
1305 Was master of the barque 'Mark Curry' out of Windsor, NS. LISWELL, Capt. James W. (I5118)
1306 Was present at the inquisition post mortem of a Thomas de Walkingham
"Writt of the escheator, dated at York, on 24 May, 30th year (1302). Tnquisition on the lands and tenements of Thomas, son of John de Walkyngham, made at Walkyngham, on Tuesday after Trinity, 30 Edw. (19 June,1302), by John de Brereton, Robert de Staynley, Henry Attegate, RalphWarde, etc."

Also: "TNQUISITION taken before Miles de Stapelton, keeper of the forest of Knarresburgh', in the court of Knarresburgh', on Wednesday the feast of St.Peter in Cathedra, 35th year (22Feb.,1306-7), by Robert de Staynlay, Henry de Wilbe, Henry de la Gate, Ralph Warde, etc..."
WARD, Ralph (I8369)
1307 Was the informant at his father's death.
Was the informant at his mother's death. 
STEEDMAN, John (I857)
1308 We are sorry to understand that among the Passengers who perished in the ship Wyton which vessel was lost about the 25th of Nov on Cape North, was William Cunard, Esq. merchant of this town; a gentleman whose strict attention to business, mercantile information and pleasing manner had rendered him respected by the Community and beloved by his Friends. Acadian Recorder Issue: 17 January 1824 Vol. 12 No. 3 CUNARD, William (I4057)
1309 Went to live with her grandparents Maggie and Harry Ward when an infant because her parents were not capable of caring for her. Her mother Hilda was living in an institution because of 'melancholy' likely post traumatic stress disorder resulting from her experience in the Halifax explosion.
Went to Boston at age 8 to live with her father and stepmother.

From her obit (partial)
Rosemary was a graduate of the Cambridge Training School for Nurses class of "43" and was a Nurse for many years at the former Longwood Hospital in Brookline before she retired. Rosemary enjoyed bowling, crocheting, golf, and was an avid doll collector, and loved to read. She really enjoyed a good cup of coffee and lobster dinners. 
GORDON, Rosemary M. (I1694)
1310 went to sea when young and never heard from again. GILLMORE, James Allen (I2052)
1311 When Eleanor is baptized the family lives at 'David House' on Cordillera's Lane. This is very close to Rubbing House. METCALFE, Eleanor (I6157)
1312 When John Hutton, son and heir of Matthew, came of age he experienced considerable difficulty in recovering the manor, for his father was reported one of the most violent Cavaliers in the county. He, however, obtained permission to try his title at law, and so recovered Marske. It was again seized for some reason by the Committee for Compounding, but in 1651 his title was allowed and the sequestration discharged. He satisfied the Darcys with other lands and leases. HUTTON, John (I7382)
1313 When searching for her death record in the archives online database, she is mis-entered as 'Mary Berry', but the handwriting on the record is clearly 'Matilda'
Her death record states:
'cane worker', single
place of birth, Newport, Hants
cause of death, old age.
Presbyterian, white
buried Maplewood, Windsor 
BERRY, Matilda (I977)
1314 Wife of Robert Dodsworth, of Barton, in the North Riding. She lived in three centuries, being born in 1598, and dying in 1704, aged 105 .
After the death of her first husband, she married Colonel Henry Chaytor , the loyal and gallant defender of Bolton Castle, in Wensleydale, for the king, against forces of the Parliment, during the civil wars of the 17th century. She made her will a few months before her death , stating that she was “in health of body, and of sound, good, and perfect memory ;” and signs by
a mark of three strokes. In th e church at Barton, is a monument to the memory of herself, her first husband and son. 
HEBBURNE, Margaret (I7355)
1315 Wife was possibly Alice. RADCLIFFE, Ralph (I8007)
1316 Will 26-Jan-1780
Settlement of estate was Sep 8, 1781.
Buried in Old Burying Ground, West Amherst. Headstone reads 'Here lyeth the body of Robert Berry who departed this life May the 21 in the year of our Lord 1781 in the 47th year of his age.'

Estate of Robert Berry,  Nancy Berry is the widow, an account was given to
the court of probate 14 Oct 1782 regarding debts owed by the estate.
There was a son, Robert who was "now of age his separate share dated 14 May, 1789."
"William Berry now of age 9 May 1791."

Know all men by these presented that we John Stuart, Jr., Thomas Berry and
Hugh Logan all of cumberland County are held and firmly bound to Edward
Barron, Esq. Surrogate judge of his majesty's Court of Will and Probates the full sum of 100 pounds dated 19 Aug 1786.
Whereas letters of guardianship bearing the date herewith of Robert Berry,
William Berry and Andrew Berry, minors hath been granted to John Stuart, Jr
of Amherst and whereas the said Robert Berry, William Berry and Andrew Berry are entitled to sundry effects the property of Robert Berry their late
father, deceased which they are unable to manage by reason of their minority but has committed the care of them to the custody of said John Stuart, ect.
Signed John Stuart Jr, Thomas Berry and Hugh Logan dated 19 Aug 1786. 
BERRY, Robert (I982)
1317 Will of John Hall:
"In the name of God, Amen. In the yere of our Lord one thousand fyve hundrethe and fower score, the xv daie of September. I John Hall,” of Consett, in the countie of Durham, gentilman, beinge sicke and crazed in bodye, but of hole and perfite memorie, thankes be unto God, doth make this my last will and testament, in maner and forme folowinge. First, I committ my soull to the mercie of Almightie God, my Maker and Redeemer, trusting to obtain salvation throughe the deathe of His Sonne, my Saviour, Christe Jesu, and my bodye to be buryed in my parishe churche, my mortuarye and all other dues first beinge paied.f. Item I geve and bequieth to my eldest sonne John Hall a silver goblett, a silver salte, parcell gilte, together with all the heirelumes at Consett, whiche William Warde did bequiethe by his last will and testament, and all my harnesse with the furniture, sworde, dagger, buckler, speieth, pikes, bowes and shaftes, and all therto belonginge. Item I geve and bequieth to my doughter Dorathee Hall one hundrethe markes, whiche shalbe in full satisfaction of hir childes part and portion, to be taken forthe of my whole goodes and chattels. Item I give and bequieth to Thomas Hutchesone’s wife, and Leonard Oliver's wife, to eyther of them a cowe, and to Jane Hall and Isabell, there sisters, to eyther of them 20s. Item I geve and bequieth to Isabell, my wife, and John Hall, my sonne, the obligacion, whiche Robert Blenkinsope, of Consett, standeth bounde unto me, for the saill and lettinge of his landes in Consett. Item I geve and bequieth to William Scrutvell, sonne and heire to Ralphe Scrutvell, one fole. ...I geve and bequiethe to my mother Billingham, (this would be his wife's mother, William Ward's widow who remarried to a John Billingham) and to everye one of hir thre daughters ij angells a pece.

* Son of John Hall, of Birtley, co. Durham, gentleman, by Agnes daughter of John Swinburne, of Lyntzford. He married Isabel daughter and heir of William Ward, of Consett, by Elizabeth daughter of Roger Swinburne, of Eglingham, co. Northumberland, esq. After her husband's death she re-married John Heron." 
HALL, John (I6655)
1318 Will of Thomas Robinson:
In the name of God Amen. I Thomas Robinson of Amherst in the County of Cumberland and Province of Nova Scotia Yeoman being advanced in years but of perfect mind and memory thanks be unto God for its calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed unto Men once to die Do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament that is to say principally and first of all. I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executrix nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased the lord to bless me in this life, I give devise and dispose of in the following manner and form. First. I give and bequeath to Ann my dearly beloved Wife whom I also make and ordain my sole Executrix. all my personal and real estate during her life and then to go to her heirs at her decease, and I likewise give and bequeath to my son Roger Ten pounds Halifax currency to be paid by my Executrix within a year after my decease, and likewise to my Gran son Thomas Robinson twenty pounds currency to be paid by my Executrix or her heirs when the said Gran son comes to age and in case the said Gran son should die before he comes to age the legacy to go to his heirs forever and in Witness to this my last will and testament I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twelfth day of June and in the year of Our lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety three -
Thomas Robinson
Witness to will: John Chapman, John Black, John Smith

Cumberland 21st November 1796
This day the last will and testament of Thomas Robinson late of Amherst, Yeoman, deceased, was proved, approved and Registered and probate granted to Ann Robinson the widow of the said deceased named in said will she having first sworn well and truly to administer the same and to account when required.
Charles Baker Reg. 
ROBINSON, Thomas (I2469)
1319 Will of William Conyers, Esq. of Marske:

William Conyers of Marske, esquier,· 12 Jan. 1553 - to be buried beside my wife in the parishe churche of Seint Edmunde in Marske. To my sone William Conyers my fermes called Punshert and Orgaite, for the settinge up of his howse, fyve fether bedds, two of the best, and thre of the seconde, with the clothes thereunto belonginge, my newe salte and my new spunes, all fyre wessell and brewing wessell, a cestron, with the tables and trists necessarie for the furniture of his howse, and my gresseld stoned horse. To my sone Christofer Conyers my terme of yeares in my ferme called Elstonsdel1. To my sone James Conyers iij1.vjs.viij d. to be paid yerelie during his life out of my landes in Craven. To my son Robert Conyers, during his life, iij 1.vj s. viij d. out of the said landes. To my sone Christofer Conyers xxxiij s. iiij d. yerelie out of the said landes. To Agnes Erlle my servante, in recompence of hir faithfull service done unto me, and never yet recompenced, xxxiij s.iiij d. yerely during her life, out of my saide landes in Craven. To Christofer Bryan, xx s. yerelie. Unto Elsabethe Bryan my doughter, xiij s. iiij d. yerelie. To Thomas Conyers, in recompense of his service, xiij s. iiij d. yerelie. To Isabell Conyers my bastarde (struckout) doughter, to her mariage, iij 1.vj s.viij d. To Anne Conyers, xl s. to provide her to a gude service with all. Item I do remitt and releas unto Sr. Mathewe Blamyer, parson of Marske, all covenauntes and grants made and concluded upon betwene him and me for the parsonage of Marske. To my sones James Conyers, Robert Conyers, and Christofer Con-_ yers, my leases of Grinton churche and of the leade mynes, to see my debts discharged. I give unto my sone Robert to the maintenance of his ferme two yoke of the best stotts I have, and fourtie of my best shepe - my three sons executors - my wel belovide cosens Thomas Rokeby of Mortham esquier, and Richard Whalley, the lemed man,· to be supervisors. [Prob. 10 Ap. 1554.]
CONYERS, William (I6551)
1320 Will of William Ward, weaver, of Crakehall, 7 May, 1608

Anno domini 1608 7 May
In the name of god amen, I William Ward of Cracall in the county of York, weaver, being sick in body but well in mind and in good and perfect memory, god be praised, therefore do make and ordain this, my last will and testament.
First I bequeath my soul to almighty god my maker and redeemer and my body to be buried in the parish church earth of Bedale.
Item, I give unto my son Thomas Ward my lease of my farm and my whole interest therein, alowing my wife the occupation of the one half thereof during her natural life.
Item, I give unto the said Thomas all my looms and working tools thereto belonging.
Item, I give unto the said Thomas one read whye.
All the residue of my goods, my debts and funeral discharged, I give unto my wife Elizabeth, whom I make my whole executor.
....... that my son George Ward oweth me 43s for a grey filly , which debt I give unto my son John Ward.

Witnesses :
George Storye his mark
Richard Michell
William Warde his mark

A true Inventorie of all the goods and chattels of Wiliam Ward of Cracall in the county of Yorke, weaver decesed, prised by George Story, John Jackson, William Ward and Richard Michell .............. [1611]

Inprimis to Marmaducke Pearson of Richmond 13s
Ite to Thomas Poor 8s
Ite to Flowranc Lambart of Snaipe 11s
Ite to doritie Storie 11s
Ite to John Hunt lait of Brunton ?
Ite to his funeralle expensis 16s

prased the 22nd day of July 1611 
WARD, William (I6410)
1321 Will proved 16 Aug 1651 BLACKBURN, Robert (I7193)
1322 Will:
Chistofer Dodisworth, of Jolbie, in the parish of Croft, 28 Oct. 1551, beinge by the Grace of God hole of mynd and of perfytt remembraunce, weyng and considering the mutabilitie and inconstancie of this worlde, and knowing also that death to every man is certen, the daye or hower thereof most uncerten, therefore, calling to my remembrance and myndyng the quiete staye, godlie concord and good agreement, of my wyfe and chylderin, as one not willing to dey intestate, doo ordeyn and mache this my present will and testament in maner and forme folowyng. Fyrst, and before all other things, I bequethe my sowle unto Almyghtie God, my maker, savyour and redemer, who, I trust, of his infynite marcey, for the death of his sonne, my saveyour, will accepte and receyve the same in the kyngdome of heaven, apon the dissolution of this my mortall bodie, and there to rest with Christ and all other the blessed and elect companye of heaven, untill last daye, when I assuredlie beleve that this my mortall bodie shall rise, then
joyned to the sowle, and then for ever to rest in the joyes of heaven ; and that this my corpes to be buried within my said parishe churche of Sanct Peter at Croft, if yt so shall so please God. And also I will that the churche have all her right, according to - the estataite lymyted in that behalf, desyryng you, my executors, to use no other rites or other funerall pompes at my buryall then at the tyme of my deathe shalbe levefull by the King's Majesties lawes or injunctiones in that behalf. Also I will (by the lycence of my Mr.) that my tractable wyfe Maybell, after my deceasse, shall have full enterest in all suche fermeholding as I have in ferme and occupation at this daye in Jolbie, accordinge to the trewe effecte and menyng of my lease. And she to have, occupie, and enjoye the same (during hyr wedowehed) for the preferment of my yongest childrein, and to there brynging uppe, duringe my yeres, without interuption of any of ye said childerin.
And if it liapp my wife to latt or taverne any parte of the said fermehold (not beying of habilitie to occupie the same) then I will that Roland my eldest sonne have it — I will that my said youngest children be either put the scole or to some other honest science, wherunto they ar most apte (dessyryng you, my natereall sonne Roland, of fatherlie zeale to be good sonne and loving and kynd brother to my wyfe and divider).
- Item I will bequethe and geve unto my sone Fraunces my lease of Forsett and Apelbie.
Also I will and bequethe unto my sonne Roland xxs., desyringe you to be good unto my wife and childer, requiring you to accepte thes my small bequest at this tyme, calling to your rememberaunce how benefyciall and my fatherlie acte towards you allredie — To my dowghter Margerie Bower — to Elizabeth Ward, wedow, my dowghter, a young cowe — Also I desyre you, my executors, within xiiij. dayes after my buryall, that ye geve and distribute unto xij. of the most poore of this parishe ij d. a peace.
I wyll that Thomas Laydman my servant have of my bequest one of my jaykatts — Also I will that my wife have all hir aperill and hir chamer and all other things that ar her right — dessyryng you, my faithful wife and sonne Roland to be my executors, and to see this my will trewlie performed in cverie behalf, as ye will answer before God at the daye of judgement.
Fynallye 1 do most hartlic require you, my most loving and special] good Mr. Mr. Christofer Place, and my good Mr. Anthony Cattrik, to be the supervisor of this my last will and testament —
Witnesses, Roland Doddysworth, John Dodysworth.

Surtees comments on the above will: `The testator appears to have been a sort of gamekeeper under the family of Ratcliffe. This is the first occurrence of nets and setting dogs, which even after this time are very rarely mentioned. In 1582, Edward Weldon of Colborne has "a paire of larke netts," which he has sold for 5s. In the beginning of the next century we have dogs occasionally alluded to. The testator was a member of a younger branch of the family of Dodsworth, of Thornton Watlass, which had settled in the parishes of Croft and Barton, as tenants under the families of Place and Catterick, with whom they were connected by marriage. They were for many years lessees of Halnaby Grange, and afterwards settled at Barton, where they rose to some consequence. Another very respectable family of that name settled at Jolby, which formerly belonged to Easby Abbey, and in 1557 Lawrence Dodsworth obtained a grant of it from the Crown at 30 years' purchase. Other notices of this family will occur hereafter.'

Note: Anthony Catterick, esq. of Stanwick, in the county of York, married Elizabeth, daughter and co-heiress of Rowland Tempest, esq. of Holmside, in Durham. 
DODSWORTH, Christopher (I6918)
1323 Will:
DPRI/1/1619/W7 20 August 1619
William WARDE, yeoman, of parishe of Mugelswicke (Muggleswick, Muggleswicke) [Muggleswick, County Durham]
see DPRI/4/11 f.319v: 20 Aug 1619
DPRI/1/1619/W7/1-2 21 February 1619
will endorsed: proved
DPRI/1/1619/W7/3-4 7 June 1619
indented inventory, actual total £118 10s (with account of debts and funeral expenses of £19 13s 4d) 
WARD, William (I6677)
1324 Will: left 500L to 'eldest daughter Elizabeth'. Left all household goods in Barton to son Thomas.
The will was proved August 5th 1743 
GILL, Thomas Esq. (I8275)
1325 Will: March 15, 1650. Robert Dodsworth of Barton, County of
York. I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Dodsworth and his heirs all those my two manors of Barton, with their appurtenances, in the county of York, and all my lands lately purchased of John Dodsworth of Watlas, Esq., and Francis Wilkinson of Duaneton, gent, respectively, and all my tithes
in Barton aforesaid, and all that my messuage with the appurtenances in Berwick upon Tweede, and all that my rent charge or mortgage of tithe in Warke, in county Northumberland and all my rent charge in Ellington in said county Northumb., with all my rent charge in Little Lanckton, in the county of York, and failing my said son Thomas Dodsworth and the heirs of his body, to come to my daughter Elizabeth Dodsworth and her heirs, and failing my daughter Elizabeth to come to Mary Dodsworth and her heirs. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Dodsworth L700 in currant English money.

To daughter Mary the sum of L500 do., to be paid out of the said money that shall arise out of my lands or out of any debts owing to me. To my loving wife her thirds of all my lands during her life according to law. To my nephew Robert Dodsworth. the son of Ralph Dodsworth, L50 To Henry Stephens, my sister's son, £20. I forgive to my brother in law Henry Watson the debt he owes me. I forgive to my brother John Sleighthe the debt he owes me. Item. I remit to my brother William Bard the debt owing to me. Item, I give and bequeath to John Hebburne my brother in law L50 The residue of my goods and chattels, personal estate, and household stuff I
give unto my well beloved wife Margaret Dodsworth and my son Thomas Dodsworth whom I make joint executors, and I appoint my cosen Henry Dodsworth, my cosen Rowland Dodsworth, and my loving friend Joshua Greene supervisors, to each of whom I give L5 to buy a piece of plate for a token.
[Pr. June 25. 1651, by Margaret and Thomas Dodsworth.] 
DODSWORTH, Robert (I6882)
1326 William (C) MOIR, of Halifax, Maria WARD, d/o James, 10 Mile House, Windsor Road  07 Feb.  1852, by Rev. Miller
Hfx. Acadian Recorder, 14 Feb. 
Family F966
1327 William and Joan were considered wealthy and they owned the largest home in Sandwich, Massachusetts SWIFT, William (I1603)
1328 William and Susannah were not married. STAVELY, William (I616)
1329 William Charles Lowthers. He purchased land in Three Mile Plains from Mrs. Elizabeth Killen March 9 1921. There were stipulations in the sale, that he should look after and keep Mrs. Annie Killen in the Custom to which she was used to. Proper care for sickness, etc. Mrs. Annie Killen must have been his grandmother (his mother's mother) LOWTHERS, William Charles (I107)
1330 William GRIFFIN/Jane BERRY    09 Feb.1831, by Rev. Delong, at Londonderry.
Westchester Township Record book 
Family F2086
1331 William H. Lowther, 67 of Milford, Massachusetts, died Sunday afternoon March 15, 2009 at his residence, after a courageous battle with cancer.
He was the husband of Helen F. (Anthony) Lowther.
Born in Sydney, he was the son of the late Lewis and Rhoda (Martin) Lowther and lived in Framingham, MA, before moving to Milford in 1974.
Mr. Lowther owned and operated B&L Manufacturing Company in Bellingham, MA since 1983.
Besides his wife of 48 years, he is survived by two sons, Larry Lowther and his wife, Elizabeth of Milford and William L. Lowther and his wife, Kimberly of Mendon; five grandchildren, Tiffany, Kyle and Kevin Lowther, all of Milford and Brian and William L. Lowther Jr., both of Mendon; several nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his sister, Iris Mader and a brother, Reginald.
A graveside service was held March 23, 2009 in Vernon Grove Cemetery, Vernon Street in Milford. 
LOWTHER, William H. (I344)
1332 William H. was a farmer at Tennecape, NS; Hannah's will probated Windsor, NS 23 Sep, 1879 (HCEP 1242A). CHURCH, William H. (I2121)
1333 William left a will which was witnessed by Wm. Colsel King (Preacher); John Bond, J.P.; and Richard Atwood, on May 23, 1810. However, note on the back of the will suggests he had died on or before March 31, 1810 WALKER, William (I172)
1334 William Mullins, his wife Alice and daughter Priscilla were original Mayflower passengers of 1620. MULLINS, William (I2573)
1335 William signed the will of a William Pipes of Amherst in 1797.
William was included in the estate settlement of William Bulmer in 1807 
HALL, William (I1408)
1336 William Ward inherited a moiety (1/2) of the Manor of Consett (near Muggleswick, Durham) through his wife, Margaret, from her father William Peyghan:
"He (William Peyghan) died in 1422, leaving as his heir his daughter Margaret, wife of William Ward, aged . . his heir. The said William Ward who was of Hoton (now Hutton Henry), died in 1439, seised according to his inquisition post mortum of 16 Nov. 1439, of the said moiety, leaving his son John Ward, aged 21 his heir."

William Ward, of Hoton, Inquisition post mortam taken 16 November [1439] at Durham.
John aged 21, is his son and next heir.
Hoton, land and tenements in.
Conset, a moiety of the manor of.
Westraynton, land in ; held of the prior of Durham.
Portf.164. No.19. Reg. Vol. II., fo. 300d. 
WARD, William (I6666)
1337 William Ward v. Marmaduke Ward, Wm. Ward, Johanna Stockton (nee Ward), widow, Samuel Ovington, Margt. Stockton, Wm. Watson and his wife Elizabeth, Alice Ward, Dorothy Ward, Robt. Allen and his wife Ellinor, Cuthbert Appleby (husband of Anna Ward).: Right and title to lands, &c., in Hurworth (Durham), late of Robt. Ward (plaintiff's father), and formerly belonging to Wm. and Margt. Ward, father and mother of Robt., &c., &c.: Durham; York.
Date: 15 & 16 Chas 2 (1645 - 6) 
WARD, William (I7030)
1338 William was a 'widower' when he married Elizabeth Ward Family F2675
1339 William was a grantee at Falmouth 1768 CHURCH, William (I2174)
1340 William was a Housewright and carpenter in Boston; he was known as"Yankee Bill". BLOIS, William (I2284)
1341 William was lost in the brig 'George M. Sole', Capt. Harvie in 1846, leaving no issue. The brig was never heard of after leaving port in Liverpool, G.B. MOSHER, William (I472)
1342 William's residence is given as Richmond Family F2680
1343 William, bastard son of William Stavely and Susannah Colling COLLING, William (I1209)
1344 William, son of William Stavely buried. COLLING, William (I1209)
1345 William, was the founder of the hardware firm of William Stairs, Son & Morrow, Ltd. of Halifax, NS
He was mayor of Halifax from 1847 to 1848 
STAIRS, William Machin Esq. (I3811)
1346 Within the last month, at Truro, by the Rev. Mr. Burnyeat, Mr. Evan McPhee, to Miss Isabell Boggs, of Nine Mile River. Acadian Recorder: 24 March 1838 Family F1669
1347 Within the last month, at Truro, by the Rev. Mr. Burnyeat, Mr. John Caldwell to Miss McPhee of Nine Mile River. Acadian Recorder: 24 March 1838 Family F215
1348 Witness was Ralph Ward, probably his older brother born 1737. Family F2262
1349 Witnesses were Miss Edna Coombs, 104 Richmond St., Sydney and Noah Martin, 116 Richmond St., Sydney. Family F38
1350 witnesses, Tom Curry and Edward Lockhart.
marriage slip gives Maggie's mother's name as Mary Berry. 
Family F62

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