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2101 Thomas, son of George Hutchinson of New Forest HUTCHINSON, Thomas (I12061)
 
2102 Thomas, son of Thomas Wilkinson was born in the parish of St. John and baptized in the church at Manfield... WILKINSON, Thomas (I8503)
 
2103 Thursday morning after a painful and distressing illness which she bore with resignation, Mrs. Susan Roy age 22 years consort of Mr. John Roy and only daughter of Mr. Abraham Cunard of this town. Her funeral will take place tomorrow (Sunday) at one o'clock - friends and acquaintances are requested to attend.
Acadian Recorder - 6 May 1815 Vol. 3 No. 18 
CUNARD, Susan (I3916)
 
2104 Timothy died childless in 1864, when his heir was his cousin James Henry D'Arcy Hutton, son of James Hutton of Aldbrough, and heir of Sedbury in Gilling parish.
James was followed by his son John Timothy D'Arcy, who died in 1874; his son Mr. John Timothy D'Arcy Hutton is the present owner (in 1906). 
HUTTON, Timothy (I7860)
 
2105 tinsmith LOWTHERS, Charles L. (I312)
 
2106 Transcription says 1563, but on the image it appears to be in 1564. Family F2302
 
2107 Troop, Jacob
Number in family: 2
Acadian: 1 
TROOP, Capt. Jacob (I12874)
 
2108 Troop, Valentine - number in family: 9
American: 1 Acadian: 6 
TROOP, Valentine (I12687)
 
2109 Trot Insider has learned that breeder-owner George Frederick 'Fred' Lowthers of Newport Station, Nova Scotia passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on Tuesday, June 1 in the Halifax Infirmary, QEII. He was in his 71st year.

Lowthers had been involved in the standardbred racing industry for over four decades

He had horses that raced for prominent Maritime trainers such as Eric 'Ike' Moreside, Russell Burgoyne, Billy Turner and, in recent years, Henry Smallwood.

Lowthers loved the hospitality of the paddock at Truro Raceway and his annual trek to Old Home Week in Charlottetown for the stakes racing.

He was inducted into the Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame as a member of the 1961 Windsor Maple Leafs Senior Hockey Team. He was also an avid Toronto Maple Leafs fan.

He is survived by his wife of 49 years, the former Joan Marie McNeil, and his children, Doug, Carol (Jack), Joanne (Doug) and Debbie (Peter).

Cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation by request.

A funeral will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, June 4 at Lindsay's Funeral Home Chapel, 194 King St., Windsor, with Rev. Tom Henderson officiating.

Family flowers only. Donations in memory of Lowthers may be made to St. Thomas Anglican Church or to the Hants County Branch of Victorian Order of Nurses.

Please join SC in offering condolences to the family and friends of Fred Lowthers. 
LOWTHERS, George Frederick (I566)
 
2110 Twentieth October 1862 at Washton, Simon Ward aged 89 years. Occupation: Husbandman. Cause of death: Debility, No medical attendant. Informant: Thomas Dove, present at death. WARD, Simon (I1664)
 
2111 Visiting the household is William's 12 year old niece Jane Elizabeth Hodgson. This Jane grows up and marries James Roger Peacock and they live at Orgate House. HODGSON, William (I10062)
 
2112 Ward, Charles Murdock - 76, Lower Sackville, died Sunday at home. Born
in Brooklyn, Hants County, he was a son of the late James and Elvie
Ward. He was a lifetime elder at Knox United Church. He worked at Twin
City Dairies, now known as Farmers, for many years. He is survived by
two sons, Robert (Bob), Victoria, B.C.; Russell (Russ), Orleans, Ont.;
five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his
wife, the former Dorothy Hunter; a sister, Phyllis MacKenzie; a brother,
Major. The body is in Atlantic Funeral Home, Lower Sackville, visiting
2-4, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday in Knox United
Church, Lower Sackville, Rev. John Finlayson officiating. Burial in
Pleasant Hill Cemetery. In Lieu of flowers, donations to Knox United
Church building fund or any charity." 
WARD, Charles Murdock (I3095)
 
2113 WARD, Emily B. – peacefully at Sunnycrest Nursing Home, Whitby, on Saturday, November 14, 2009, in her 89th year. Predeceased by her dear husband Raymond Ward. Loving mother of Eunice and her husband Jim Carter of the U.S., Fred and his wife Jeannette of Nova Scotia, Bob and his wife Bonnie of Whitby, and Heather of Ontario. Emily will be sadly missed by her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and her extended family and friends. MARSH, Emily Beatrice (I1701)
 
2114 Warde, George ; of Hurworth on Teise. Inquisition post mortum. taken 17 March [1607-8] at Durham.
John Ward, aged 50, is his son and next heir. By deed dated 16 June 1579 he had settled his lands (in accordance with a covenant for the marriage of his said son John with Johanna daughter of Henry Charnley) to his own use for life, remainder to the use of his said son and his heirs males by his said wife, remainder to his own right heirs. Hurworth on Teise, a moiety of the manor of; and land and tenements there. 
WARD, George (I6908)
 
2115 Warde, John; of Conset.
Inq. p.m. taken 15 September [1477] at Durham.
William, 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. 167. No. 10. Reg. Vol. IV., fos. 71 and 80. 
WARD, John (I6665)
 
2116 was a blacksmith CALDWELL, George C. (I314)
 
2117 was a mariner MILLER, Lorenzo Barzillai (I510)
 
2118 was a physician in Albany, N.Y. ... said to have removed to New York City in 1813 SCOTT, Robert Hamilton (I1740)
 
2119 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)
 
2120 Was in Little River Home at time of death. BERRY, Freeman (I1499)
 
2121 Was in the household of her son Nicholas at Kempt, NS in the 1871 Census YOUNG, Fanny (I1234)
 
2122 Was not able to find any births of male children for this couple. Only possibly two daughters Anne 1953 and Laura 1948 WARD, John Thomas (I10769)
 
2123 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, Ralph Warde, etc."

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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 (22 Feb.,1306-7), by Robert de Staynlay, Henry de Wilbe, Henry de la Gate, Ralph Warde, etc..."
 
WARD, Ralph (I8369)
 
2124 Was the informant at his father's death.
Was the informant at his mother's death. 
STEEDMAN, John (I857)
 
2125 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)
 
2126 We know it was Shepherd's House he was living in because it was the middle house at Holgate on the census. HODGSON, Thomas (I10581)
 
2127 Went from Newport RI to Falmouth NS in the Sloop Sally, May 1760. SANFORD, Benjamin (I11712)
 
2128 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)
 
2129 went to sea when young and never heard from again. GILLMORE, James Allen (I2052)
 
2130 When Eleanor is baptized the family lives at 'David House' on Cordillera's Lane. This is very close to Rubbing House as well as Orgate House. METCALFE, Eleanor (I6157)
 
2131 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)
 
2132 When Pharez' wife died he placed his children with other Methodist families. In 1881 Lilly is living in the household of Joseph and Eliza Fritz in Hantsport. CONSTANTINE, Lillian M. (I11596)
 
2133 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)
 
2134 Widow of William W., of Grinton COATES, Anna (I6377)
 
2135 Widow, living in the home of her daughter Eleanor (Hunt) Wilkinson JAMES, Mary (I8985)
 
2136 Widow, living in the home of her daughter Eleanor (Hunt) Wilkinson JAMES, Mary (I8985)
 
2137 Widowed
Living with sons William J. Lannan and Joseph V. Lannan 
LOWTHERS, Mary Elizabeth (I902)
 
2138 widower miller & Jane Furnish widow both of this parish
Witnesses Richd Mason John Waller 
Family F3859
 
2139 Widower, Farmer And Carrier HETHERINGTON, John (I8673)
 
2140 Widower, living on own means, in household of his daughter Jane Peart. WARD, Joseph (I3062)
 
2141 Widower, Schoolmaster HETHERINGTON, John (I8675)
 
2142 Widower, schoolmaster. HETHERINGTON, John (I8675)
 
2143 Wife Isabella is also listed in the same household even though she is also listed in Holgate as a 'visitor'. LANGSTAFF, John (I10572)
 
2144 Wife of Matthew Ward, Joiner, of Little Crakehall SCOOPE, Eleanor (I11096)
 
2145 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)
 
2146 Wife was possibly Alice. RADCLIFFE, Ralph (I8007)
 
2147 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)
 
2148 Will administered 1788 by 'Jane Ward'. ALLEN, Isabel (I7464)
 
2149 Will and inventory of Anthony Warde of Ellerton upon Swaile, yeoman dated 1597. WARD, Anthony (I8999)
 
2150 will dated Aug 29, 1658 LONGSTAFF, Robert (I9157)
 

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