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2201 The Hants Journal, Windsor, N.S., Wednesday, Sept. 24, 1947, pg. #8; Reel #3023, NSARM, Halifax, N.S.OBITUARY: Edward HazelThe death of Edward Hazel, 68 year old resident of Five Mile Plains occurred at the home of M. Pemberton on Saturday, September 20. He had been in poor health for some time.The late Mr. Hazel was born in Arlington, Kings County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hazel. He left there in 1924 to live at Five Mile Plains and for the past fifteen months had resided with M. Pemberton there.He is survived by his wife, four sons, Whit., Brenton, Clarence and Ralph. There is also one daughter, Marjorie.The funeral took place on Tuesday from St. John’s Roman Catholic Church, Rev. H.J. Flemming officiating. Interment was in St. John’s R.C. Cemetery.
Source: Dave Winter, 6 Aug 2019 
HAZEL, James Edward (I14193)
2202 The Inf. Post Mortem was Feb 4th 1523.
Inquisition after the death of Christopher Warde, knight, taken at Boroughbridge; it was found that he died seised of the manors of Giselay, Gevendale, Neuby [on Yore], Hescheholde [Esholt], Estkeswike, Athewolton [Adwalton], Drighelyngton and Grenehamerton, and a moiety of the manor of Great Useburne. Guiseley was worth 40 marks [£26, 13.S. 4./.] yearly, Givendale 80 marks [£$ 3, 6s. S./.], Newby and Esholt 20 marks [,£13, 6s. 8 His heirs were his daughter Joan, aged 34, wife of Edward Musgrave, knt., and three granddaughters, children of a deceased daughter, Anne Neyvell [Neville], viz.: Katherine, aged 22, wife of Walter Strickland, esq., Joan, aged 21, wife of John Constable, esq., and Clare Neyvill, aged 14 on October 26, 1521

Sir Christopher apparently left no will; he was buried at Esholt 
WARD, Sir Christopher (I7712)
2203 The last will & testament of Henry Dalrymple is extensive. He leaves properties, ships, boats and other vessels, apprentices and monetary sums. Even his servant Agnes Greig is left money and accommodation for life. Henry's will as does his sister Anne's will, lists siblings, confirming beyond all doubt this next generation back. He died as Captain Henry Dalrymple.
The will includes children Archibald, Henry, John, Margaret, Ann, Helen, & Betty [Trustees included brother, Archibald Dalrymple, wright in East Wemyss, & David Betson, merchant in Dunfermline; 7 Feb 1800 
DALRYMPLE, Capt. Henry (I392)

There passed away at New Prospect, Aug. 18th. Anna, wife of H. R. Berry at the age of fifty-five years. Altho she had been in failing health for a long time, her death came as a great shock to her many friends.

The funeral was held on Sunday, Rev. C. H. Harris conducted the services. "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" was sung at the house, then the remains were taken to St. George's church where the service was held. The hymns sung were: Christ shall Gather in His Own; Safe Home, Safe Home in Port and Now the Laborer's Task is Done, favorites of the deceased.

Interment was made in St. George's Cemetery. The Pall Bearers were: Gardner Gilbert, Edward Gilbert, Albert Gilbert and Wallace Gilbert, nephews of deceased.

Besides a sorrowing husband she leaves to mourn one daughter, Margaret, seven brothers and two sisters, the brothers are; William, Clifford and John of Parrsboro, Robert of Everett, Mass., James of Milwalkee. The sisters are Mrs. Mary Adams of Brookfield and Mrs. Henry Foster of Parrsboro.

The floral tributes are many and beautiful.

(Truro Daily News August 31, 1922, page 7) 
GILBERT, Anna Maria (I1451)
2205 The lineage from here back is now all speculation.
This is only a possible scenario based on the available documentation.
George Lowther, I of Skreen Castle, County Meath (William, Richand, Hugh, John, Hugh, Hugh, Hugh, Hugh, Robert, John De Lowther, Sir, Hugh, Hugh, Hugh, Hugh, Geoffrey, Robert, Hamon, Dolfin, Unknown Lowther)

Birth: Jul. 6, 1618 North Yorkshire, England OR? July 12, 1618 Ingleton, West Riding, Yorkshire, England Death: 1659 Armagh, County Armagh, Northern Ireland OR? 1683 (age 64) Longhill, Lurgan, Armagh, No. Ireland
"VIII. William of Ingleton, from whom descend the 'Lowthers of Yorkshire,' and of 'Skryne county Meath'."
Irish Pedigrees, or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation. 5th Ed., Vol II., John O'Hart, London: James Duffy and Co., Limited, Dublin: Burns & Oates (Ltd.), Glasgow: Hugh Margey, New York: Benziger Brothers: 1892, p. 291.
"Sir Lancelot apparently left no will, but in 1635, George’s cousin, CHRISTOPHER LOWTHER noted in his diary that 'Sir Lancelot was "considering leaving the estate to George’s elder brother, the Reverend Lancelot Lowther of Kirkby Thore" adding that he might change his mind and had, in any case, decided to give George 50 pounds a year ‘during his (Sir Lancelot’s) life. That Sir Lancelot did change his mind is known, because in a document of 1659, George is described as ‘late of Screene’ in Ireland, deceased.”
"Also, this George married Frances Piers first, the daughter of Henry Piers of Tristernagh, County Westmeath, and granddaughter of Archbishop Thomas Jones of Dublin. Henry Piers was an eminent traveler, and wrote an account of his travels in 1595 on the continent. George's estate at Skreen consisted of some 300 acres and included the remains of an ancient abbey as well as the castle (or fortified house) where Sir Lancelot spent his last years. George died at some date before 1659 leaving three sons: Edward, Lancelot, and William; and two daughters who are mentioned without names in Sir Gerard II's will."
Regarding the Irish Branch of the Lowthers, in Chapter Eleven of the Lowther Family by Hugh Owen, on page 132 he states:
The branch of the Lowther family known as the Irish Branch stems from George the youngest son of William Lowther of Ingleton and youngest grandson of the Elizabethan, Sir Richard Lowther (1532-1608) Members of this branch sat in the Irish House of Commons in Dublin.
Findagrave contributor Jinny Myler Collins-Cooper #47119243
"Inherited the estate of Skreen in CO. Meath from his uncle Sir Lancelot, the Irish judge who died in 1638 and founded what has become known as the Irish Branch of the Lowther family."
"Captain of Horse in Ireland under the Marquess of Ormonde."
"More About George Lowther of Skreen Castle, Co. Meath: Baptised: July 12, 1618, Ingleton, Ireland."
Gidget Lowther, "Descendants of Unknown Lowther."
Parents: William Lowther (1574 - 1641) Eleanor Welbury (1578 - 1641) Spouse: Elizabeth Fitzgerald Lowther (1620 - 1683)*
George had sons Edward, Lancelot, and William.
There was a Lancelot Lowther and a William Lowther in "Fighters of Derry in 1689."
Still need to fill in a couple of generations to complete this 'scenerio'. 
LOWTHER, John (I5080)
2206 The marriage index says for bride 'Willis or Gregg' Family F4319
2207 The marriage record gives Lalia's parents as James and Martha Taylor Family F4986
2208 The marriage record says "George Ward of the chapelry of Brompton in the parish of Northallerton, bachelor" She is of 'this parish' (Easby)
Witnessed by James Ward (his brother?) and Ann Pattison. 
Family F2677
2209 The marriage record says his residence is Wycome, which is probably supposed to be Wykeham which is only a few miles from Cayton where they were married. Family F656
2210 The marriage record states Lancelot is 'of Marrick'. Family F2705
2211 The marriage record states that Margaret's residence at the time of marriage was Aysgarth School, Newton-le-Willows.
Harold's residence was 'Sussex Terrace, Bedale' 
Family F2995
2212 The marriage register indicates 2nd marriage for each of them.
Also states George's father's name as 'John'. 
Family F1818
2213 The marriage took place in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Walden, New York Family F607
2214 The Marske parish burial record states "He came out of Netherdale (now called Nidderdale) some months before with a wife and 3 sons and a daughter where he had been a smelter. Pauper."

There was a 'Manor of Netherdale' which was located at Ramsgill which is about 20 miles south of Leyburn. There was even a 'Netherdale Mining Company' there.

Here is a quote from a book about the effects on the men who worked in the lead smelters.
"... He spoke of the ill effects of the lead fumes on the smelters, many of whom died in their early forties due to contracting a lung disease. A miner himself, he said that the higher wages did not tempt him to work in the mill." - The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales and Northern Pennines. R. T. Clough, 2nd Ed. 1979 
WARD, Robert (I639)
2215 The Marske parish record of Ann's burial says she was the wife of Edward Ward of Stanhope in Weardale. Maybe she was in Marske visiting relatives, perhaps a son.
In the Hearth Tax list of 1666 there is an Edward Ward living in the area of Muggleswick, which is only 8 miles north of Stanhope. This is very likely the same Edward. 
UNKNOWN, Ann (I6046)
2216 The name HODGSON is found in censuses from 1841 at Orgate.
This raises the possibility that William Hodson's wife Lucy Ward may have inherited the house at Orgate which back as far as Symond Ward (of Orgate) may have owned. 
HODGSON, William (I1665)
2217 The name of their 2nd son, Edward, establishes Hellen's father as Edward Warde. BROADBELT, Edward (I6841)
2218 The naming of their first son 'Solomon' suggests Mary Ann's father's name was Solomon Johnson. There was a Solomon Johnson who served in both the French and Indian War and the Albany Militia with a Capt. John Scott. Also serving under Capt. John Scott was Abraham Bloodgood, a relative of the Bloodgood that John Scott's grandaughter married. JOHNSON, Mary Ann (I1745)
2219 The obituary for Mary reads:
BABCOCK. - On Oct. 10, Mary Lowrey, widow of the late Jared S. Babcock. Funeral at her late residence, 2,083 5th Av., on Saturday morning, Oct. 18 at 11 o'clock. 
LOWREY, Mary W. (I2421)
2220 The only clue that John had a wife named Joanne is because of an entry in the 'Memorials of the Church of St. Peter and Wilfrid':
"Skelton, dnae. Johannae Warde juniori, 3s. "

So, she is 'dnae' meaning Domina, or 'Lady'. And she is 'junior', implying there is also a Joanne Warde senior. The senior would be the widow of Sir Roger Warde before she marries William Stapelton.
And since the junior Lady Joanne Warde is 'of Skelton', it makes sense she would be the wife of this John Warde who was left ' a tenement in Skelton' by the will of his Aunt Joan.
UNKNOWN, Joanne ? (I8063)
2221 The only logical baptism record I could find is that of Francis Ward b. 6 Sep 1621, Pateley Bridge, son of Francis Ward. This is a mining area in the Nidderdale area. WARD, Francis (I7399)
2222 The only marriage of a Thomas Ward and Margaret in the right time period was Thomas Ward and Margaret Peacock in Kirkby Ravensworth 27 Mar 1794. Record states 'both of this parish', so not sure if this could be the right ones. Family F2288
2223 The only marriage of an Edward Ward to a Sarah is the following:
Marriage date 03 Sep 1754
Marriage place Wallsend
Spouse's first name(s) Sarah
Spouse's last name Stewart
Residence Wallsend, Northumberland, England
County Northumberland 
WARD, Edward (I6315)
2224 The only proof of existence of this William Ward is from the 1841 census where he is in the household of his step-father John Spence and mother Ann. He was probably conceived shortly before his father's death. WARD, William (I11383)
2225 The parish baptism record leaves the first name blank (or possibly it was unreadable by the transcriber), so I'm only assuming it is Marmaduke's record. WARD, Unknown (I7031)
2226 The parish marriage record has him with the Latin spelling of 'Radulphus'.
"Radulphus Ward & Lucia Blackburn de Bellerby" 
Family F184
2227 The parish record says 'Jeney, daughter of Thomas Ward of Ellerton. The closest 'Ellerton' to Grinton is Ellerton Moor where Ellerton Abbey and Priory are near Marrick. WARD, Jeney (I6383)
2228 The parish record states: Simon Ward, pauper, Skelton, buried WARD, Simon (I614)
2229 The parish records have a burial entry for both Jan 26 1596 and
Jan 26 1598. Don't know which one is correct. The 1598 record states relative's name as 'Wenef Warde' (must be Winnifred) 
WARD, John (I6962)
2230 The Parish Register, of the Church of St. Michael-le-Belfrey, in the City of York, has: “Weddinges 1579. — Thomas Warde of Mulwaith in the p’ishe of Rippon, and M’rgery Slater, S’vant to Mr. Cotterell, maried xxixth day of May.” Family F2934
2231 The record of her marriage to James Baroni states that her parents are James and Lucinda Ward. WARD, Huldah M. (I191)
2232 The records for Arkengarthdale don't start until 1727, so it could be that William was born there before that.

There is a baptism record at Stanwick St. John for a "William son of William and Elizabeth Longstaff of Layton, born 1701" But this William dies the same year. There is no record of another William by this couple.

There is a baptism of a William Langstaff at Darlington 4 Sep 1694, son of John. (most likely candidate)

There is a baptism of a William Langstaffe at Romaldkirk, 23 Jul 1712, son of John. (unlikely because it would make him 7 years younger than Sarah, his wife.)

There is a baptism of a William Langstaff at Darlington, 25 May 1708, son of Robert. 
LONGSTAFF, William (I8402)
2233 the resident engineer (of the Chelmer and Blackwater canal) was Richard Coates who came from Marske near Richmond in Yorkshire - after the completion of the canal Coates settled in Chelmsford and set up his own carrier business on the canal - he became a very successful businessman and amongst his profitable enterprises was the setting up of the Chelmsford Gas Company - he died in 1822 aged 59 - his carrier business was taken over by his nephew James Brown COATES, Richard (I6096)
2234 The story of Capt. John Lockhart Card's untimely death is recorded in Edith Mosher's book 'North Along the Shore' on page 58. CARD, Capt John Lockhart (I5488)
2235 Their address in 1930 was 129 Murray Ave. Larchmart, NY Family F1039
2236 Their marriage 'by license' was 27 May 1875. Banns published on May 9th 1875 were 'forbidden by parents' because George was underage. I guess they got around that before the 27th. Family F3525
2237 Their marriage date is according to the birth record of daughter Susan Ann Family F4040
2238 There also appears to have been a John Ward who died Jan 16th 1551 as there is an entry in 'Memorials of the Church of St. Peter and Wilfrid' under the heading 'Oblaciones Mortuorum. (death offerings)' as follows:
"Johannis Warde de Skelltun, 16 Jan., Id" 
WARD, John (I7882)
2239 There are no baptism records available for Marske parish for this time period.
There are no baptisms for any Eden Coates in any of the surrounding parishes, so it's likely she was baptized in Marske parish. 
COATES, Eden (I625)
2240 there is a baptism record for a James Ward at the same time as Sarah in 1789, so this birth year could be in error. WARD, James (I195)
2241 There is a burial record in the register at Ripon for a Marmaduke Warde dated 8 May 1606 which is possibly this Marmaduke, but can't be certain. WARD, Marmaduke (I6854)
2242 There is a Cuthbert Warde listed in the 1665 Northumberland Hearth Tax for Newlands, which is just a couple miles north of Shotley Bridge. WARD, Cuthbert (I6637)
2243 There is a death record for a Nixon Lowther 2 Aug 1860, age 39. This would match perfectly except Nixon had 2 children after that date, so must be a different Nixon the exact same age as this one. LOWTHER, Nixon (I5066)
2244 There is a discrepancy in the birthdate. The 1871 census says she's 2 (1869). The 1881 census says 1867. The 1901 census gives her birthdate as July 1, 1873.
- wife of Walter Harris according to her headstone. 
WARD, Jeanette W. (I198)
2245 There is a discrepancy on her birthdate. The 1871 census says she's 13 (1858) .The 1881 census says she was born in 1853, but the 1901 census gives her birthdate as February 9, 1871. The 1900 census in New York gives her birthdate as Feb 1861, so this is the one I've settled on.
- married Mr. ? Baters (Batters?) (according to Harry's obit) and lived in Boston area at the time of her brother Harry's death in Oct. 1936 
WARD, Sarah L. (I238)
2246 There is a discrepancy with the date of birth. The 1871 census she is age 7 which would be 1864. The 1881 census says she was born 1869. The 1901 census gives the date of birth as March 14, 1865. WARD, Laura (I203)
2247 There is a GRO record for an Arthur Jones b. 2nd quarter (apr-may-june) 1874 in Merthyr Tydfil, mother's maiden name Bevan (Vol 11A Page 557)

Another possibility, but not as likely because of the middle name:
JONES, ARTHUR IVOR, Mother's maiden name DAVIES b. (apr-may-june) 1874 Merthyr Tydfil (vol 11A Page 526) 
JONES, William Arthur (I15376)
2248 There is a James Ward listed in Yellow Pages in Brooklyn, NS, in 2016. WARD, James (I3100)
2249 There is a marriage record of an Edward Lowther in Lisdillon, Glendermott on 28-Jan-1829 to an Elizabeth Kilgore. It's possible this is a first wife based on the age of wife Margerie (13) when Edward's first child Elizabeth was born. LOWTHERS, Edward (I655)
2250 There is a mention of him in "The Certificates of the Commissioners Appointed to Survey the Chantries, Guilds, Hospitals, etc."
"THE DEANEEV OF RIPON. 367 Goodes, onjamentes, and plate pertenynge to the aarao, as by J the inventory appei'^'th, viz : goods nii, and plate nil. I First, the mancion howse of the said hospitall with all the * closez therto belongynge, in the tenure of Thomas Staneley and Christofer Hebden, viijli.; one ten. with certen landes in Mulwath, in the tenure of Alice Ward and Walter Warde, viijli." 
WARD, Walter (I6856)

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