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1301 On marriage record James and Lucinda are named as parents.
On his death record, Mary McCann is given as his mother. Perhaps this was a nickname for Moriah.
Edward is buried in Old St. James Anglican Burial Ground with Mary Belle. 
WARD, Edward Cochrane (I248)
1302 on marriage register is states her father's occupation as 'Merchant'. Family F540
1303 On Maud's marriage record she gives her parents names as Edward and Caroline. KING, Maud L. (Eliza?) (I4606)
1304 On Monday 11th instant by the Rev. John Miller, Mr. William Hanson of Falmouth, to Matilda, daughter of Mr. James Ward of the 10 mile house, Windsor Road.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 23 November 1850 Vol. 38 No. 47 
Family F498
1305 On Monday evening 16th inst., by the Rev. Charles Dewolfe, Mr. William J. Stairs to Susan, eldest daughter of John Morrow, Esq.
Acadian Recorder, 21 June 1845 
Family F1323
1306 On Monday evening last, Susan, seventh daughter of Capt. John Stairs.
Acadian Recorder, 27 March 1847 
STAIRS, Susan (I5096)
1307 On Monday last, after a severe illness of 48 hrs, aged 3 years, James, the son of Wm Caldwell.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 14 April 1827 Vol. 15 No. 15 
CALDWELL, James (I996)
1308 On Monday morning at St. Matthew's Chapel, by the Rev. Doc. Gray, Mr. William Stairs to Margaret, daughter of the late Mr. James Wiseman, of this town.
Acadian Recorder 28 May 1814 Vol. 2 No. 22 
Family F1355
1309 On Naomi's death record it states her parents as James H. Ward (her grandfather who raised her) and Amy Harvie (she would have been born while Amy was living at home before she married John Harvie).
On her marriage record it has only her mother's name - Amy

WARD, Naomi (I1106)
1310 On Ralph's death registration his mother is named as Phoebe Berry DONCASTER, Ralph (I5778)
1311 On Richard's marriage record it says his residence is Skelton. Family F2723
1312 On Saturday evening by the Rev. Mr. McGregor, Quartermaster Sergeant George Swarbrick, Rifle Brigade, to Miss Ann Moir, daughter of the late Benjamin Moir of this city. Acadian Recorder 20 September 1845 Family F1820
1313 On Saturday evening last by the Rev. Mr. Twining, Mr. Robert Faulkner, of Truro to Miss Ann Edes of this town. Acadian Recorder Issue: 16 October 1824 Vol. 12 No. 42 Family F1300
1314 On Saturday evening last by the Rev. Thomas Taylor, Mr. George Caldwell, of Windsor, to Miss Isabella Mackey of this town. (Halifax) Acadian Recorder 18 February 1837. Family F100
1315 On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. Dr. Stanser, Mr. Samuel Cunard to Miss Duffus, daughter of Mr. William Duffus.
Acadian Recorder 11 February 1815 Vol. 3 No. 6 
Family F1326
1316 On Saturday evening last, by the Rev. John Martin, Mr. William Caldwell Jr., to Miss Margaret Neal. (Acadian Recorder Oct. 22, 1842) Family F496
1317 On Saturday last a disaster took place near Cape Mispec resulting in the
death of one man and the loss of Schr. "Viola" and cargo. The schooner left
Wolfville, N.S. Sunday morn. 21st loaded with turnips and cord wood for
Boston. The persons on board were: Joseph A. CALDWELL, captain and owner;
John FARRIS, sailor; Frederick EYE, sailor; Aaron W. EMMERSON, American
passenger; and Samuel KILLAM, sailing master... An inquest was held by
Coroner Earle yesterday at the house of Job STANLY, after which the body of
Capt. CALDWELL was brought to (St. John) city and taken to the Dead House
awaiting its removal to Horton, N.S. Deceased was a married man having four
children. He was about 44 years old. 
CALDWELL, Capt. Joseph Alexander (I2974)
1318 On Saturday last, by the Rev. Mr. Uniacke, J.H. Peters, Esq. Barrister, of New Brunswick, to Mary, daughter of the Hon. S. Cunard. Acadian Recorder 20 May 1837 Family F1588
1319 On Saturday morning last, in the 33rd year of her age, Susan, wife of Samuel Cunard Esq. Those only who witnessed how intimately blended in her character, were the mild, unassuming virtues of domestic life, with an amiable disposition, sound judgement and religious principle, can appreciate the loss that has been sustained by an attached husband, a numerous family of young children, and a large connection of relatives and friends.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 9 February 1828 Vol. 16 No. 6 
DUFFUS, Susannah (I3742)
1320 On Sunday morning last, Mr. Benjamin Moir, aged 53 years.
Acadian Recorder, 7 June 1845 
MOIR, Benjamin (I3134)
1321 On the 11th inst., Edward, youngest son of Benjamin Moir, of Brain Fever, aged 5 years and 9 months. MOIR, Edward (I5043)
1322 On the 12th inst., at St. Paul's Church, Miramichi, by the Right Reverand and Honorable Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia, the Honorable Joseph Cunard, to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas H. Peters, Esq. Acadian Recorder Issue: 24 August 1833 Vol. 21 No. 34 Family F1505
1323 On the 13th inst, Melisan (Mellsan?), second daughter of Thomas and Mary BERRY, aged 8 years.
Tuesday, November 1, 1859, The Halifax British Colonist 
BERRY, Melissa Jane (I1391)
1324 On the 13th ult by the Rev. M. Wiggins, Mr. Duncan McDougall, to Mary-Ann, daughter of Mr. Abraham Blois, of Douglas
from Acadian Record 8 December 1821 Vol. 9 No. 49 
Family F1399
1325 On the 15th instant, by the Rev. W. King, at St. Paul's Church, Rawdon, Benjamin Smith, Esq. to Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. James Cole.
Acadian Recorder 21 January 1826 Vol. 14 No. 3 
Family F980
1326 On the 1851 census she gives her birth place as Brompton Easby (Brompton on Swale is next to Easby TATE, Eleanor (I10690)
1327 On the 1851 census she gives her birthplace as Bellerby. WILKINSON, Eleanor (or Ellen) (I1668)
1328 On the 1911 census she gives her birthplace as New Forrest. HILLARY, Elizabeth (I11126)
1329 On the 1939 register, the census taker has accidentally made the year of birth look like 1909 instead of 1900. Also, his death record confirm his birth year as 1900. HIRD, Joseph Thomas (I9823)
1330 On the 1st of November, Mr. Marshall Mumford, son of Mr. George Mumford of Newport, to Miss Tryphosa Parker of Windsor, daughter of the late Francis Parker of Newport.Acadian Recorder Issue: 10 November 1832 Vol. 20 No. 45 Family F1500
1331 On the 23rd ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. Crow, Mr. Robert Faulkner Jun. of Burncoat, to Miss Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. John Densmore of Noel.
Acadian Recorder: 1 February 1834 
Family F1506
1332 On the 4th inst. Agnes, wife of Mr. William Harvie of Newport.
The meek and quiet spirit which distinguished her in life was sustained and cheered by the Christian hope in death and the unclouded prospect of a better world. - Acadian Recorder 17 February 1844 Vol. 32 No. 7 
RATHBUN, Agnes Elizabeth (I5044)
1333 On the baptism record it gives her name as Mary "Waistell or Sayer". This probably indicates that Jeffrey and Mary were not married. WAISTELL, Mary (I8500)
1334 On the birth record it only mentions 'Mother, Elizabeth'. Doesn't mention Thomas as the father. Perhaps he died before the child was born, but I can find no burial record for him anywhere in England. Maybe they divorced. There are no more children baptized by this couple. WARD, Thomas (I8598)
1335 On the Kirkby-Ravensworth birth register, it says: "Margaret the daughter of Simond Ward of Woodclose bapt. March ___"

As I was looking at an old map of the area I spotted "Woodclose Gill". I wonder if someone would give their abode as the body of water they lived on? Or was there a farmhouse called Woodclose?
This is very close to Gayles (near Ravensworth) where there were many Wards.

WARD, Margaret (I6480)
1336 On the marriage record her father is named as 'William Addison Longstaff', miner.
Her residence is 'Leyburn' and her occupation is 'servant'. 
Family F3346
1337 On the marriage record his residence is Scargill, Barningham.
His age is "upwards of 21" 
Family F3040
1338 On the marriage record it states that Simon is a bachelor and place of residence is Catterick. Witnesses were John & Robert Ward and Mary Alderson Family F2284
1339 On the marriage record William is 'of the Parish of Kettlewell.' Elizabeth is of the Parish of Arkengarthdale.
He uses his middle name 'Addison' as his only forename. 
Family F3328
1340 On the muster roll of the Royal Fencible Americans there is a Thomas Robinson listed as follows:
Robinson, Thomas - private; deserted 11 November. 
ROBINSON, Thomas (I2469)
1341 On the WWII draft card for Clarence it lists his wife as Mrs Mary Gordon UNKNOWN, Mary (I3292)
1342 On the Yorkshire Administrations inquisitions post mortem, his name is spelled 'Raiph' instead of Ralph. Some research on the subject indicates that this was an old British 'upper class' spelling of Ralph. WARD, Ralph (I6853)
1343 On Thursday evening, after a lingering illness, John Walker, youngest son of William Caldwell, Esq. aged 24 years. Funeral will take place to-morrow, Sunday, at 4 o'clock from the residence of his father, Grafton Street.
Acadian Recorder, 5 April 1845. 
CALDWELL, John Walker (I993)
1344 On Thursday last, at Ardoise Hill, Mr. Lodowick Hunter, in the 74th year of his age, an old and respectable inhabitant of that place - leaving a disconsolate widow and a large number of friends and relatives to bemoan his loss. Acadian Recorder: 3 March 1838 HUNTER, Lodowick David (I1831)
1345 On Thursday morning last, by the Venerable Archdeacon Willis, Mr. Robert Barry, of Truro, to Mrs. Ann Faulkner, widow of the late Mr. Robert Faulkner of the same place.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 20 February 1830 Vol. 18 No. 8 
Family F2128
1346 On Thursday the 10th inst., in Christ's Church Amherst, Cumberland, by the Rev'd George Townsend A.M. Rector of the Parish, Robert Barry Dickie, Esq., of that place, Barrister, to Mary Blair second daughter of the Honorable Alexander Stewart of this city. Acadian Recorder 19 October 1844 Family F1575
1347 On Tuesday by the Rev. Archdeacon Willis, Henry Cunard, Esq. of Mirimichi, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. William Duffus. Acadian Recorder
Issue: 2 October 1830 Vol. 18 No. 40 
Family F1349
1348 On Tuesday evening, by the Rev. R. F. Uniacke, Mr. Henry Eager to Eliza Anne, sixth daughter of Capt. John Stairs. - Acadian Recorder, 10 January 1847 Family F1822
1349 On Tuesday, 24th of January, Mr. James McLearn of Rawdon to Miss Eliza Eunice Godfrey of Ardoise Hill. Acadian Recorder February 11, 1837 Family F1585
1350 One of his heroes was Samuel Cunard, to whom he was related by marriage. When W.J. was just a young man, he met Cunard who made an indelible impression on the young merchant.

The couple resided in Halifax where W.J. operated the family hardware firm, Wm Stairs, Son and Morrow and later became president of the Union Bank. The Stairs had thirteen children: William, John Fitzwilliam, Maryanne, James, Margaret Wiseman, Edward, George, Ethel, Herbert, Catherine, Gavin Lang, Joanna, and Richard Kidston. 
STAIRS, William James (I3736)

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