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1651 Parish record: Mary daughter of John Ward born December 20th, baptized January 19th WARD, Mary (I634)
1652 Parish record: Mary daughter of John Ward buried April 3rd WARD, Mary (I634)
1653 Parish record: Mary the daughter of Christopher Ward of Whaston WARD, Mary (I7404)
1654 Parish record: Richard the son of Ralph Coates and Anne his wife, baptized March the 31st 1673 COATES, Richard (I6090)
1655 Parish record: Simon son of John Ward, baptized May 12th WARD, Simon (I614)
1656 Parish record: Symon son of Adami of Bedale WARD, Simon (I6344)
1657 Parish record: Widow to the late George Coates of Skelton, buried RICHARDSON, Elizabeth (I6131)
1658 Parish records for Marske are missing between 1661 and 1671, thus there is no record of Symond's marriage or the baptisms of his children during those years.

Another possibility is that he was not married in Marske. There is a marriage record for a Simon Ward and Jane Rowse 19 Aug 1666 in London. 
Family F185
1659 Parish register at Kirkby-Ravensworth says John son of James Coates of New Forrest. COATES, John (I9429)
1660 Parish register entry: Susanna, widow of John Ward buried. CARTER, Susanna (I619)
1661 Parish register entry: Susanna, widow of John Ward buried. CARTER, Susanna (I619)
1662 Parish register of Aldborough: "Christopher sonne to John Warde was baptized ye 20 January" WARD, Christopher (I7944)
1663 Parish Register says Edward Ward son of Anthony and Dorothie WARD, Edward (I6557)
1664 Parish register says parents are Christopher Tidyman and Maria Brassand TIDYMAN, Margarita (I10687)
1665 parish register says parents are Robert and Anna WARD, Marmaduke (I7042)
1666 Parish register says Thomas, son of Thomas Bell of Skelton buried BELL, Thomas (I11130)
1667 Parish register states: Margaret Metcalf "of Orgate"
Headstone in St. Edmunds churchyard reads:
"In memory of Margaret w/o Thomas Metcalfe who d 14 Jan 1820 aged 45 yrs. Also of John their son who d 17 May 1812 aged 1 yrs. Also Mary Ann their dau who d 19 Mar 1852 aged 36 yrs. Also the above Thomas Metcalfe who d 13 Feb 1862 aged 87 yrs. 
CARTER, Margaret (I6159)
1668 parish register: Anthonino Ward filius Robt. Ward WARD, Anthony (I6499)
1669 Passed in: Edson, Alberta, Canada
Passed on: December 29th, 2018
Harvey, Raymond Francis 70 It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Raymond in Edson AB ( formerly of Newport Station) on Dec 29, 2018. He was the son of Frank Harvey & Kathleen(Riley)Harvey.
Raymond will be lovingly remembered by his wife Cheryl Harvey, Edson AB, Daughters Kari (John) Hunt, Katrina (Lyle) McGillivray, Andrea (Jason) Meade, Nova Scotia, son Chris (Monique) Harvey, Edson AB and step daughter, Jo-ann (Warren) Hedges, Calgary AB.
Grandchildren Saylor & Carson Hedges, Jada & Gage Meade, Eden McGillivray and Sofia Harvey. As well as his brother Glen and sisters, Leola, Betty, Sandra & Debbie.
A celebration of life will be held for all of his family and friends at a later date. 
HARVEY, Raymond Francis (I12232)
1670 Peacefully on September 14, of Leyburn and formerly of Swaledale, Ralph aged 80 years. Dearly loved husband of Avery, very dear dad of Heather and David, much loved father-in-law of Doug and Sarah and loving grandad of Michael, Nigel and Alfred. Funeral Service and Interment to be held at Gunnerside Methodist Chapel on Wednesday, September 23, at 2.00pm. Family flowers only please, however donations in memory of Ralph, if so desired may be given at the service for Cancer Research UK and Gunnerside Methodist Chapel. Will friends please meet at the Chapel and accept this intimation.

Published in The Northern Echo on 18 Sep 2015 
WAGGETT, Ralph (I10897)
1671 Philip removed from Newport, Rhode Island to Newport, Nova Scotia in August 1760 because Philip was "not satisfied with the political state of the country." MOSHER, Philip (I2553)
1672 Place of abode is given as 'Emgaite in Bedale'. There is a street in Bedale named Emgate. WARD, Robert (I6266)
1673 Place of birth determined from marriage certificate MCGUIRE, Marguerite G. (I2730)
1674 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)
1675 Place of residence at time of birth is Moudron House which is up the Whashton Road from Richmond. ARMSTRONG, Alice (I7583)
1676 Place of residence for Robert is given as Bedale. Family F2241
1677 Planer in saw mill WARD, Jacob Anthony (I281)
1678 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King DEMONT, Annie Laura (I4613)
1679 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King KING, Bertha Anne (I4617)
1680 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King KING, Henry Wallace (I4618)
1681 Plot 807 S owned by Charles Wesley King DAVIS, Alice Bernice (I4760)
1682 Poll Tax Records of heads of households BERRY, William (I990)
1683 Poll Tax Records of heads of households BERRY, William (I990)
1684 Poll Tax Records of heads of households BERRY, William (I990)
1685 Poor's Asylum RILEY, James (I1983)
1686 possibility that Nancy's last name was 'Noble' as her son named their first son Robert Noble Berry Nancy (I983)
1687 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)
1688 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)
1689 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)
1690 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)
1691 Post Master WARD, Thomas (I6393)
1692 Post office assistant (Retired) WARD, Elizabeth Ann (I8248)
1693 Posthumus birth (his father died while Thomas was still in the womb) GILL, Thomas (I8269)
1694 premature birth WARD, Richard Eugene (I1203)
1695 premature birth WARD, Richard Eugene (I1203)
1696 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
1697 Presbyterian Witness obit states he was the 4th son of Robert and Sarah Ward. WARD, William King (I493)
1698 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
1699 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
1700 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

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