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201 At the Halifax Hotel on Thursday evening, 2nd January, after a short illness, Thomas W. Cochrane, Esq., Merchant of this city, in the 29th year of his age - universally regretted. His remains were coveyed to Newport yesterday afternoon for interment. Acadian Recorder 4 January 1845 COCHRANE, Thomas William (I4053)
202 At the residence of William Harvie Brookyln Hants Co. N.S. Family F167
203 At the same place (Newport), on the 1st August, Rebecca, wife of Mr. Andrew Harvey. Acadian Recorder, 9 August 1845 LOCKHART, Rebecca (I4163)
204 At the time of her death she was living on Main Street, Hantsport in the home of Mrs. Morris Frittenburg, (her granddaughter by Mildred Ward, Annie Pauline (Smith) Frittenburg). This is also where Annie, Sarah's daughter was living at the time of her death 27 years later in 1937. CALDWELL, Sarah (I40)
205 At time of death she was living on Main St., Hantsport WARD, Mildred Alice (I219)
206 At Truro after a short but severe illness, Mrs. Berry, the wife of Mr. Robert Berry.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 31 March 1827 Vol. 15 No. 13

Buried ROBIE STREET CEME; TRURO (A-22 #240) 
MCGOWAN, Sarah (I1410)
207 At Truro on the 23d, Mr. Robert Berry, in the 89th year of his age, an old and respectable inhabitant. Acadian Recorder, 29 March 1845.
(not sure if the age was printed wrong or if I have the birthday wrong). 
BERRY, Robert (I989)
208 At Two Islands, Parrsborough, 18th ultimo, by the Rev. Andrew Kerr, Mr. James Moody, late of Halifax, to Miss Margaret Barry, daughter of the late Thomas Barry.
Acadian Recorder 12 August 1826 Vol. 14 No. 32 
Family F310
209 At Windsor on Sunday morning, the 15th inst., Ruth, second daughter of Joseph Sentell, Esq., aged 25 years. Her very sudden and premature death, will be deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 21 July 1827 Vol. 15 No. 29 
SENTELL, Ruth (I4106)
210 At Windsor on the 22 Nov. Phoebe relict of the late William Walter Richards, aged 86 years. New Brunswick papers please copy.
Acadian Recorder
Issue: 7 December 1850 Vol. 38 No. 49 
SENTELL, Phoebe (I2099)
211 At Windsor on the 6th the Rev. Alfred Gilpin, A.M., Capt. George A. MacKenzie, of the brig William of this port, to Miss Eliza Wilcox of the former place.
Acadian Recorder, 23 October 1847 Vol. 35 No. 43

Bann was issued Sep 20, 1847 Signed by George A. McKenzie and James R. Wilcox (her father? or brother?) 
Family F208
212 At Windsor on Tuesday last, the 9th inst. in the 20th year of her age, Jane, daughter of Mr. Samuel Caldwell Junr. after a lingering illness. Her end was peace. - Acadian Recorder 20 April 1844 CALDWELL, Jane (I28)
213 At Windsor, by the Rev. Mr. King, Mr. David Hamilton, to Miss Esther O'Brien, daughter of Timothy O'Brien, Esq.
Acadian Recorder 18 March 1826 Vol. 14 No. 11 
Family F1409
214 At Windsor, Mrs. Elizabeth Allison, aged 71 years, much regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances.
Acadian Recorder Issue: 5 March 1825 Vol. 13 No. 10 
CALDWELL, Elizabeth (I761)
215 At Windsor, on Monday 7th ult, Martha, wife of Mr. James Mosher. Death has now bereft this afflicted man within two months of two sons - the staff of his age - and also the participator of his griefs - his best earthly solace in distress and sorrow.
Acadian Recorder, 2 February 1839 
WARD, Martha (I210)
216 At Windsor, on Sunday last Mrs. Rebecca Irish widow of the late Mr. L. Irish, merchant of this town:- an amiable, worthy woman. Acadian Recorder Issue: 22 May 1824 Vol. 12 No. 21 UNKNOWN, Rebecca (I4063)
217 At Windsor, on Sunday last, after an illness of two or three days, Mr. Timothy O'Brien, in the 62nd year of his age, deeply lamented by his numerous relatives and friends.Acadian Recorder - Issue: 5 October 1833 Vol. 21 No. 40 O'BRIEN, Timothy (I3868)
218 At Windsor, on the 8th inst, at the residence of the bride's father, by the Rev D M Welton, Charles F Connell, Esq, of Woodstock, N B, to Mary Maria Ward, daughter of Nicholas Ward, Esq, of the above place.
Halifax Citizen, Tuesday, February 13, 1866

m. Windsor, N.S., 8th inst., at residence of bride's father, by Rev. D.M. Welton, Charles F. CONNELL, Esq., Woodstock (Carleton Co.) / Mary Maria d/o Nicholas WARD, Esq. of above place.
(from The Head Quarters newspaper, Fredericton, NB) 
Family F19
219 At Windsor, on Thursday last by the Rev. Mr. Bamford, Mr. Joseph Mark Wier, second son of Daniel Wier, Esq., to Miss Louisa, seventh daughter of Joseph Sentell, Esq. Acadian Recorder 5 July 1834 Family F1517
220 At Windsor, on Thursday the 29th ultimo, Mary Ann, wife of Mr. Samuel Caldwell, junr. of that place, after a long but painful illness, in glorious hope, of a resurrection to eternal life. Acadian Recorder Issue: 8 October 1831 Vol. 19 No. 39 RICKARDS, Mary Ann (I162)
221 Author of 'North Along the Shore', published 1975 Lancelot Press Ltd., Windsor, NS. DODGE, Edith May (I5509)
222 Baptised: Mally Ward, natural daughter of Susey, daughter of Simon Ward of Far Skelton. Filiated on one Walker of Whashton and soon after married to same man. WALKER, Mary (I1667)
223 Baptism record in Glendermott Church states her parents as Father: George Lowthers, Mother: Sally Young or Gorney.

Reference for Elizabeth Lowthers as the wife of Joseph Miller is from the birth record of their son John E. Miller 
LOWTHERS, Elizabeth (I3555)
224 baptism record says 'deaf & dumb' daughter of Mrs. John Ward. Aged 41 yrs . baptized by James J. Hile (?)
I think this should be daughter of Mrs. Robert Ward.
Never married. 1881 and 1901 Census living with sister Elizabeth Miller. Buried in Newport Landing Cemetery, Avondale, Hants County, Nova Scotia 
WARD, Abigail (I173)
225 baptism record says 1789 WARD, Sarah (I237)
226 Baptism record says son of Edmund and Nelly Coates of Helwith. COATES, John (I6129)
227 Baptism was in Richmond. Roman Catholic FRANKS, Sarah (I7680)
228 Baptized at St. James Anglican, Newport
by Richard Uniacke 
WARD, Jehu (I577)
229 Baptized in Wensley parish WARD, Hannah (I7421)
230 Barzillai was one of the crew of the brig 'Leone'. The ship and all hands were lost April 1845 MOSHER, Barzillai (I471)
231 Barzille had a sister named Mary Jane born Aug 3, 1830 (according to 1901 census, living with her sister-in-law Elizabeth Jane (Ward) Miller. MILLER, Barzille John (I505)
232 based on 1891 census WARD, John Edward Jr. (I1822)
233 Based on a burial record from Christ Church Windsor indicating this man was age 81 at his death in 1841. So he would have been 59 when Samuel was born in 1820.
I can only assume that he was either a grandfather or uncle of Samuel and is probably the reason Samuel and his brothers chose Windsor Nova Scotia to go to. They arrived the year before Andrew's death and since Andrew does not appear in the 1838 census for all of Nova Scotia I assume he arrived 1839-40.

There was an Andrew Lowther who served in the British Army during the American Revolutionary War as follows:
Andrew Lowther Rank: Private Date of Commission: 25 Dec 1777 Enlisted by Lt. Green (but isn't necessarily this Andrew).

I found this note on a post in the GenForum at "The Irish branch comes from George the youngest son of William Lowther of Ingleton youngest grandson of Sir Richard Lowther. As far as I can find this was the start of the Lowthers in Ireland"

There is also an Andrew Lowther listed in 1748 in the Royal Hospital Chelsea PensionerRegisters of Soldiers Who Served in Canada in the 30th Regiment of Foot as follows:Andrew Lowther - age 45 ____ affected by consumption & rheumatizm . Born at Londonderrya Heelmaker. This would make him born in 1703! This 30th Regiment of Foot served in NovaScotia trying to capture Fortress Louisbourg during this time period. Could this also be anancestor?
LOWTHERS, Andrew (I770)
234 based on age at death MURPHY, Edward S. (I148)
235 based on baptism date WARD, Martha (I211)
236 based on death record stating his parent was Barzillai Mosher - unconfirmed MOSHER, Nicholas (I1546)
237 became an invalid at 17 yrs of age BERRY, Harriet Lavinia (I1427)
238 Benjamin was the first ‘Englishman’ to settle at Little Compton in 1675. He was a hero in King’s Philip’s War. He was involved early on in the war at Pease Field Fight in Jun 1675, later in the massacre at the Great Swamp in Dec 1675, and he lead the expedition that resulted in King Philip’s capture in Aug 1676. For a popular introduction to King Philip’s War including Benjamin’s involvement and excerpts from his diary, see King Philip’s War: the history and legacy of America’s forgotten conflict, by Eric B. Schultz and Michael J. Tougias, Countryman Press, Woodstock, VT, 1999.

Benjamin dictated to his son Thomas his story published in 1716 as Entertaining Passages Relating to Philip’s War. Various editions have been published including The History of Philip’s War, Commonly Called the Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676, edited by Samuel Drake in 1829 and reprinted in 1989 by Heritage Book, Bowie, MD. See also the Diary of King Philip’s War, 1675-76, with an introduction by Alan Simpson and Mary Simpson, Lockwood, Tiverton, RI, 1975. 
CHURCH, Capt. Benjamin (I2156)
239 BERRY, John Bedford Borden - 79, River Hebert, died February 28, 1996, in 
Highland View Regional Hospital, Amherst. Born in Chignecto, he was a son of 
the late Herbert (Hub) and Clara (MacAloney) Berry. He had worked as a miner 
in the River Hebert coal mine. He was a member of Trinity United Church, 
River Hebert and a member of Royal Canadian Legion, River Hebert branch 14. 
He had served overseas with the Royal Canadian Army during the Second World War. Surviving are his wife, the former Winnifred (Winnie) Smith; daugthers, 
Marilyn (Mrs. James White), Grand Cache, Alta.; Carman (Mrs. Bernard 
LeBlanc), Strathacona; Susan (Mrs. Brian Hawkes), Warren; sons, John, 
Springhill; Robert, Brookdale; Chris, at home; Jeff, River Hebert; sisters, 
Ninie Ripley, Nappan; Thelma Burbine, River Hebert; 15 grandchildren; five 
great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by son, James; sisters, Eva Dale, 
Parth Blenkhorn, Carman, Beatrice Seaman, Hazel Dawson, Edith Smith, Lottie 
McLellan; brothers, Leonard, Herb; granddaughter, Tiffany Allen Berry. 
Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today, legion service 7 p.m. tonight, both in 
Furlong's Funeral Home, Amherst. Funeral 2 p.m. Friday in Trinity United 
Church, Rev. Danny Compton officiating. 
BERRY, John Bedford Borden (I6041)
240 birth and death dates from headstone in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor on back of her parents stone. MOSHER, Lucy May (I1498)
241 Birth date according to 1881 census. ROLFE, Rachel (I222)
242 birth date according to the 1901 census WARD, John F. (I350)
243 birth date based on death certificate. Other researchers say the birthdate is Apr. 8, 1862 BERRY, Freeman (I1499)
244 Birth date based on his age at baptism in 1839 WARD, Thomas (I243)
245 Birth date is according to 1901 census. LOWTHERS, Edward (I655)
246 Birth date is according to the 1939 register. WARD, Lorraine (I7548)
247 Birth date was determined from the death record which said he was 'a child of six months of age' WARD, Thomas (I6589)
248 Birth is based on death record that states she was age 40. COATES, Eleanor (I6128)
249 Birth record says: "Edward, son of Edward Ward, stranger."
So, Edward and his wife may have been in Romaldkirk because of work, or possibly just traveling through enroute between Marske and Stanhope. 
WARD, Edward (I6640)
250 Birth register says 'illegitimate' HARVIE, Foster (I5479)

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