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2901 There is a Death Registration for Susanna Pike age 75 born and died Carbonear, buried St. James Cemetery, Carbonear. This Susanna Pike's name, age (implying a year of birth about 1821), religion (Church of England), and place of birth and death (both Carbonear) make her a likely candidate to be the wife of Lewis George Pike.

David Pike's Family History & Genealogy Resources website records only 3 Susan and Susanna Pike burials in the Carbonear Church of England from 1820 to 1957. Of these, only the Susanna Pike who died on November 29 1896 can possibly be the wife of Lewis George Pike.

David Pike's Family History & Genealogy Resources website records only a single Susanna Pike who is the mother of children baptized in the Carbonear Church of England from 1820 to 1913, and she is the wife of Lewis George Pike.

FamilySearch's Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949 record only 3 deaths of a Susanna Pike in Carbonear. Of these, Of these, only the Susanna Pike who died on November 29 1896 can possibly be the wife of Lewis George Pike.

So, it is reasonable to conclude Susanna Pike who died on November 29 1896 is the wife of Lewis George Pike.

David Pike's Family History & Genealogy Resources website in its Miscellaneous Pike Data section contains the following:

At MHA [Maritime History Archive], mentioned in Finding Aid 43 (for student papers submitted to J. Mannion), are three that involve Pike families:

36-B-1-71, by John R. Davis for the course GEOG 2000, consists of a family tree for Thomas Pike (1755-1855) and Lenora Sophiah Davis (1757-1835).

See Notes for Thomas Pike, husband of Lenora Sophia Davis, for full transcription and a brief analysis of this Source.

The Family Tree in this student paper identifies the wife of Lewis Pike as Susan Pearce (1830-1898). Furthermore, David Pike states "There is additional information in the tree for descendants of George, Lewis, and Henrietta", all children of William Pike and Eliza Ann McLean. This suggests there was research into the families of these 3 children and their information is perhaps more accurate. There are no Sources provided for this Family Tree, making it difficult to assess its accuracy.

FamilySearch's Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 Collection does not record a baptism or a marriage for a Susan Pearce, either in Carbonear or elsewhere.

David Pike's Family History & Genealogy Resources website records the baptism of Adelaide Louisa, daughter of Louis Pike and Sus Davis (illegitimate) of Carbonear, on June 10, 1846 at Carbonear Church of England. Lewis Pike and Susan(nah) Pike/Davis then have a further 6 children up to 1865. There is no record of a marriage between Lewis Pike and Susan(nah) Davis. The baptisms of some of their later children refer to the parents as Lewis Pike and Susan(nah) Davis, seeming to indicate they never married.

Why did Lewis Pike and Susan(nah) Davis not marry? The likeliest explanation is Susan(nah) Davis was already married, but not widowed. Perhaps, she was abandoned. If so, then Davis was her married, not her maiden name. Possibly, Pearce was her maiden surname. 
DAVIS, Susanna (I2280)
 
2902 There is a Death Registration for Tryphenia Carew who died August 26 1930 in Channel. Her age is recorded as 69 implying a year of birth about 1860 to 1861, and her place of birth is recorded as Burgeo.

This may be the Death Registration for Tryphenia, wife of Martin Crewe. But, the Death Registration age is inconsistent (by 5 years) with the 1921 Census for Tryphenia, wife of Martin Crewe; and the Death Registration place of birth of Burgeo is inconsistent with the 1921 Census for Tryphenia, wife of Martin Crewe (of Otters Point). However, Martin Crewe died and was buried in Channel as was Tryphenia Carew.

Given the approximate year and place of birth, it seems more likely this Death Registration is for Tryphenia Rose who married William Thomas Crew in 1886. 
UNKNOWN, Tryphenia (I3894)
 
2903 There is a Hants Harbour Methodist baptism for Frederick Elias age 10 days, son of Hubert and Leah Warren of Heart's Content on February 10 1857. (Source FamilySearch - Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 - Trinity South - Hant's Harbour (Methodist) - Birth 1824-1875 Vol. 59 Image 51 of 114)

This baptism may be for a brother of Joseph Warren and so may identify the first name of Joseph's mother (and Hubert's wife). But, with no Heart's Content Church of England records available before 1879, there's no information to support the conclusion there is only one adult Hubert Warren in Heart's Content in the 1850's to 1870's, and this Hubert Warren was only married once. 
WARREN, Hubert (I2074)
 
2904 There is a James Goodyear in the 1836 Census of Cat Harbour residing with 4 Males (1 under 14, and 3 14-60) and 1 Female (14-60). I believe he is James Gudger, husband of Susanna French. See Notes for James Gudger, husband of Susanna French, for further information.

As James Gudger and Susanna’ French’’s son James turned 8 in 1831 and turned 13 in 1836, it is difficult to believe he did not accompany his family to Cat Harbour. Did James, son of James Gudger and Susanna French, continue to reside in Cat Harbour or could he have married Ardelina Pike in Carbonear in 1843?

James and Mary Gudger reside in Cat Harbour until at least 1850 based on the baptism records for 7 of their children from 1842 to 1850. James Gudger who died October 26 1898 in Western Arm Fogo District is a strong candidate to be James, husband of Mary. According to this James Gudger's’ Death Registration, he died at age 83 (implying a year of birth about 1815) and was born in Harbour Grace. James, son of James Gudger and Susanna French, was born in Harbour Grace, although in 1823 which is somewhat inconsistent. Mary Goodger who died Aug 5 1900 in Western Arm Fogo District is a strong candidate to be Mary, wife of James. According to her Death Registration, Mary died at age 81 (implying a year of birth about 1819 to 1820) and was born in Harbour Grace.

It is reasonable to conclude James, son of James Gudger and Susanna French, remained in Cat Harbour until at least 1850 and later moved to Western Arm, Fogo District.

Josiah Goodyear’'s Known History of the Goodyear Family Presently Living at Grand Falls written in 1964 or 1965 states some Goodyear's who originated in Harbour Grace eventually moved to Carmanville; specificly "the three who were left moved up into Rocky Bay, now known as Carmanville".

A history of Carmanville states:

Carmanville first appeared on the census returns in 1845 with eleven people documented to be living there, it seemed they were all from one family as there was only one house. The inhabitants did some farming and fishing and kept cattle. It remained sparsely populated for the next thirty to forty years but by 1884 there had been dramatic increases in population (in 1874 it had risen to 171). The residents of the community, by now known as Rocky Bay, Western Arm...

It is reasonable to conclude James Gudger age 83 Fisherman who died October 26 1898 in Western Arm born Harbour Grace was one of the Gudger's who moved from Harbour Grace to Cat Harbour and eventually to "Rocky Bay, Western Arm". I believe this James to be the son of James Gudger and Susanna French. 
GUDGER, James (I3543)
 
2905 There is a marriage at Gretna Green, County of Dumfries, Scotland for Ann McBride and William Wilson on January 28 1854. Ann McBride is recorded as being of St. Mary’s, Cumberland and William Wilson of St. Mary’s Without, Cumberland. No father's name or age is recorded for either Ann McBride or William Wilson. So, it can not be determined if this Ann McBride is the daughter of Robert McBride and Sarah Ewing from the marriage record alone.

The 1861 and 1871 Census of Caldewgate, Carlisle, Cumberland record William Wilson and his wife Ann. Ann is recorded as 29 years old in 1861 and 38 years old in 1871 implying a year of birth about 1831 to 1832, and is recorded as born in Carlisle. This year and place of birth are consistent with Ann, daughter of Robert McBride and Sarah Ewing.

The names for several of the children of William Wilson and Ann McBride are the same as those of the family of Robert McBride and Sarah Ewing, including Robert, Sarah, and Isaac.

Robert McBride, son of Robert and Sarah McBride, married Jane Taylor at Gretna Green on April 20 1850. This is supportive of Robert's sister Ann also marrying at Gretna Green.

At the second marriage of Robert McBride, son of Robert McBride and Sarah Ewing, to Ellen (Sexsmith) Adamson on July 31 1880 in Rochdale, the witnesses are William Wilson and Ann Wilson. Both Robert McBride and Ellen (Sexsmith) Adamson give their residence at marriage as Dodgson Street. Furthermore, Ellen (Sexsmith) Adamson gives her address more precisely as 82 Dodgson Street. In the 1881 Census, William and Ann Wilson reside at 82 Dodgson Street, Castleton East, Rochdale.

The informant for the Death Registration of Sarah (Ewing) McBride, widow of Robert McBride, is William Wilson.

It is reasonable to conclude Ann McBride, who married William Wilson on January 28 1854 in Gretna Green, is the daughter of Robert McBride and Sarah Ewing.

The Lancashire BMD website has the Death Registration for Ann Wilson age 79 in 1913 at Wardleworth, Rochdale. In the 1911 Census of Rochdale, Ann Wilson gave her age as 78. So, this Death Registration is likely for Ann McBride, wife of William Wilson. 
MCBRIDE, Anne (I2182)
 
2906 There is a Newfoundland Death Registration for Mary Goodyer age 81 born Harbour Grace, died August 5 1900 in Western Arm, and buried in Western Arm.

As Mary is born in Harbour Grace about 1820, she can not be the daughter of Matthew and Mary Anne Gibbons.

Morley Goodyear’s post to Rootsweb on February 1 2003 with Subject Goodyear/Gouger/Goujer/Gibbons/ Weyland/Morris/Wellon states:

C. This James Goodyear was son of James Goodyear and Mary Windsor Wellon. This James Goodyear b. 7 August 1823, Briants Cove, Conception Bay, bapt 18 Jan 1824 Briants Cove. This James and Mary I have recorded 14 children.

The link to Rootsweb I have for this post no longer works.

Morley Goodyear does not provide a source for Mary Windsor Wellon being the wife of James Gudger, son of James Gudger and Susanna French.

The 1836 Census of Cat Harbour records William Whealan with 2 Males under 14, 1 Male 14-60, 3 Females under 14, 1 Female 14-60, and 2 Servants. William Whealon immediately follows Elias Earle.

FamilySearch’s Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 records the baptism of Mary born September 14 1825 in Briants (sic) Cove, daughter of William and Jane Whelan, baptized November 17 1825 at Harbour Grace Church of England.

FamilySearch’s Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 also records the following baptisms for children of William and Jane Whelan at Harbour Grace Church of England:

1. George born April 23 1828 in Harbour Grace, baptized May 31 1829
2. Ann born March 31 1829 in Harbour Grace, baptized October 27 1830
3. John born June 1 1833 in Harbour Grace, baptized June 6 1833

Mary, George, Ann, and John correspond to the 2 Males under 14, and 2 of the 3 Females under 14 residing with William Whealan in the 1836 Census of Cat Harbour.

FamilySearch’s Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 also records the baptism of Elizabeth born May 31 1837 in Cat Harbour, daughter of Wm and Jane Whealor (sic), on August 2 1838 at Greenspond Church of England.

Despite the surname variations, it is reasonable to conclude William and Jane Whelan of Bryants Cove and Harbour Grace moved from Harbour Grace to Cat Harbour between 1833 and 1836. Their daughter Mary is a candidate to be the husband of James Gudger, son of James Gudger and Susanna French.

Mary, daughter of William and Jane Whelan, is born September 14 1825. For Mary, wife of James Gudger; this implies her age at death is overstated by about 5 years, she married at about age 16, and her surname likely is Whelan.

FamilySearch’s Newfoundland, Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 records the marriage of William Whelan Bachelor of Harbour Grace and Jane Nosary Spinster of Briants Cove on June 21 1825 at Harbour Grace Church of England with witnesses John Whalen and James Nosary.

Possibly, William Whelan is related to Elizabeth Whelan, wife of John Gudger. 
UNKNOWN, Mary (I3619)
 
2907 There is a slight inconsistency with Barbe Bonin’s year of birth.

1. The Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes 1636-1714 Ajouts et Corrections records François Bonin, son of Pierre Bonin and Marguerite Guyon, married Madeleine Fougère “après 3 oct 1749“ (Page 175 Apr 2011). This suggests their daughter Barbe was born no earlier than in 1750.

2. The 1752 Census of Île Royale in St. Esprit records Francois Bonnien age 24 Fisherman “natif du lieu“, wife Marguerite Lavandiere native of Port Toulouse, and children Jean age 5 months and Barbe age 3 years. The Census of St. Esprit occurred early in 1752 suggesting Barbe Bonin was born in 1748. 
BONIN, Barbe (I4054)
 
2908 There is a tombstone in the Southport Church of England Cemetery for Olivia Spurrell age 48 died April 1 1902. FamilySearch’'s Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949 has no Death Registration for Olivia Spurrell about 1902. She was born about 1853-1854 consistent with Olivia, daughter of Jacob and Sarah Barrett.

FamilySearch’'s Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949 records the death in the District of Trinity of Joseph Spurrell age 62 died May 6 1905 born Trinity, died and buried Hearts Ease (Deaths 1902-1903, Volume 04 Image 234 of 299 Page 263 No. 35). He was born about 1842-1843. There is no tombstone for Joseph Spurrell in Southport Church of England Cemetery.

FamilySearch’'s Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 has no record of the marriage of Olivia Barrett and Joseph Spurrell.

FamilySearch’'s Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 records baptisms of the following children of Joseph and Olivia Spurrell, all born in Butter Cove:

1. William born December 18 1871 baptized December 18 1871 at New Harbour Church of England
2. Maria Celia born April 2 1874 baptized August 2 1874 at New Harbour Church of England
3. Joshua baptized October 10 1880 at Random Church of England (no date of birth is recorded)
4. Jacob Barrett born August 24 1881 baptized September 18 1881 at Random Church of England
5. Lucy Jane born May 24 1886 baptized May 28 1886 at Random Church of England
6. Olivia Patience born November 11 1888 baptized December 25 1888 at Random Church of England

Based on the naming of son Jacob Barrett, daughter Maria Celia, and (perhaps) daughter Olivia Patience (named after her mother and grandmother); it is reasonable to conclude Olivia, wife of Joseph Spurrell, is Olivia, daughter of Jacob Barrett and Sarah Gudger. 
BARRETT, Olivia (I5801)
 
2909 There is an England Death Registration for Ann Ewing age 92, Widow of the late Isaac Ewing (Weaver), who died December 16 1849 at 20 South George Street, Carlisle. The Informant is George Ewing who also resides at 20 South George Street, Carlisle. Ann Ewing's age implies a year of birth about 1757.

The 1851 Census of Botchergate, Carlisle records George Ewing age 56 Hand Loom Weaver Cotton born Ireland, wife Catharine age 59 born Scotland, daughter Mary Brown age 29 Married Ruler of Cotton born Cumb Warwick Bridge (part of Wetheral), and granddaughter Margaret age 2 born Cumberland Carlisle. They are recorded as the second family residing immediately before the residents of 21 South George Street.

This George Ewing in the 1851 Census is the Informant for the death of Ann Ewing described above. George Ewing's age implies a year of birth about 1794-1795. Ann Ewing was about 37-38 during 1794-1795, and is of an age to be George Ewing's mother, but unlikely to be George Ewing's grandmother. George Ewing also knows the first name of Ann Ewing's husband and his occupation.

So, it is reasonable to conclude this George Ewing is the son of Ann Ewing age 92 who died December 16 1849 at 20 South George Street, Carlisle.

The 1841 Census of Saint Cuthbert, Carlisle records George Ewings age 42 Weaver born Ireland, (wife?) Catherine age 45 born Scotland, and (daughters?) Margaret age 23 born Cumberland, Mary age 19 born Cumberland, and Sarah age 10 born Cumberland; residing Union Street, Botchergate. There is no Ann Ewings age about 75-85 residing with this family.

A search of Ancestry's 1841 Census of Cumberland records 5 Ann's born 1760 +/- 10 Years in Ireland. Of these, only 2 reside in St. Mary, Carlisle; one of whom is Ann Ewans (and the other is Ann Roney).

The 1841 Census of Caldewgate, Saint Mary, Carlisle records Ann Ewans age 80 born Ireland and Sarah McBride age 15 born Cumberland; residing Broad Guard, Caldewgate. No profession is recorded for either Ann Ewans or Sarah McBride. Unfortunately, relationships are not recorded in the 1841 Census.

Sarah, daughter of Robert and Sarah McBride, is baptized February 5 1826 at St. Mary's, Carlisle; and so would be about age 15 in the 1841 Census.

FamilySearch's England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991 records no burial in Carlisle (or elsewhere) for a Sarah McBride between 1826 and 1841. There are burials for Margaret McBride in 1830 (at Saint Mary) and 1836 (at Holy Trinity), and for Isaac McBride in 1838 (at Holy Trinity). So, there is no indication Sarah McBride, daughter of Robert and Sarah McBride, died before the 1841 Census.

FamilySearch's England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 records McBride baptisms between 1820 and 1841 at Saint Mary only for children of Robert and Sarah McBride.

There are three other McBride baptisms in Carlisle in this time period, but at Saint Cuthbert. Two are for daughters Elizabeth and Mary Ann of John and Mary Ann McBride (in 1822 and 1827), and the third for daughter Mary Ann of James and Mary McBride (in 1839). FamilySearch's England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 records other McBride baptisms in Cumberland between 1820 and 1841, but none for a Sarah McBride.

So, the only McBride family in Saint Mary, Carlisle between 1826 and 1841 is the family of Robert and Sarah McBride; the only McBride family in Cumberland known to have a daughter Sarah is the family of Robert and Sarah McBride; Sarah, daughter of Robert and Sarah McBride, is baptized February 5 1826 at St. Mary's, Carlisle and so would be about age 15 in the 1841 Census; and there is no known burial for Sarah, daughter of Robert and Sarah McBride, before 1841.

So, it is reasonable to believe Sarah McBride age 15 residing with Ann Ewans age 80 in the 1841 Census of Caldewgate, Saint Mary, Carlisle is the daughter of Robert and Sarah McBride.

Is Sarah age 15 the granddaughter of Ann Ewans age 80, and so Sarah, wife of Robert McBride, is the daughter of Ann Ewans age 80?

Robert and Sarah McBride named their second son and third son Isaac, and their third daughter Ann. It was customary to name early children after their grandparents.

Based on the above evidence and analysis, it is reasonable to believe Sarah, wife of Robert McBride, is the daughter of Ann Ewans age 80 in the 1841 Census of Caldewgate, Saint Mary, Carlisle and thus is the daughter of Ann Ewing age 92, Widow of Isaac Ewing (Weaver), who died December 16 1849 in St. Cuthbert, Carlisle. 
UNKNOWN, Ann (I5260)
 
2910 There is evidence indicating there is only one Charles Penney in Carbonear in the early to mid 1800's.

a) There are no Carbonear Methodist baptisms for children of a Charles Penn(e)y other than for Charles and Elizabeth Penn(e)y in this time period.

b) There is only one Charles Penn(e)y in the Carbonear Voter's Lists of the 1830's, and he resides in Harbour Rock Hill on the north shore of Carbonear Bay. 
PENNEY, Charles (I2331)
 
2911 There is evidence two of Beloni's brothers, Celestin and Honoré, moved to D'Escousse; i.e. Celestin Landry's Land Petitions for property in D'Escousse and Honoré Landry's marriage to Marguerite Petitpas on January 12, 1836 in D’Escousse.

The 1838 Census of ’D'Escousse records Cellestin Landry and Magdalan, Belony Landry and Victoire, Simon Samson and Lucy, and Henry Landry and Angélique all together in this order.

Celeste Landry married Magdeleine (or Madeleine) Josse, and Honoré Landry married Marguerite Petitpas.

It is reasonable to conclude Beloni Landry, Celestin Landry, and Honoré Landry; sons of Benoni Landry and Claire Cordeau; moved to ’D'Escousse. 
LANDRY, Beloni (a.k.a. Benoni) (I2836)
 
2912 There is no Alexandre LeBlanc in the 1811 Census of Isle Madame, River Bourgeois, or ’L'Ardoise. This suggests Alexandre LeBlanc may have died before the 1811 Census.

There is no Alexandre LeBlanc in the 1813 Militia Roll for Isle Madame, River Bourgeois, or ’L'Ardoise. This suggests Alexandre LeBlanc may have died before the 1813 Militia Roll. 
LEBLANC, Alexandre (I5395)
 
2913 There is no available record of the marriage of Marie Madeleine Boucher and Jacques Dehornay.

Joseph Dehornay, son of Jacques Dehornay and Marie Madeleine Bouche, of the Parish of Ste. Croix married Marie Charlotte Bergeron on January 30 1747 at St. Antoine de Tilly. [Source: Ancestry Collection - Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968 - Saint - St-Antoine-de-Tilly - 1745-1748 - Image 21 of 32]

There is a burial for "joseph dehernes laneuville" who died September 23 1790 at age "soixante et huit ans". There is no other information (i.e. spouse or parents) to identify this Joseph as the son of Marie Madeleine Boucher and Jacques Dehornay. However, if this Joseph is their son, his age at death of 68 indicates a year of birth about 1722 and so implies Marie Madeleine Boucher and Jacques Dehornay married in about 1721 or earlier. [Source: Ancestry Collection - Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1968 - Sainte - Ste-Croix - 1727-1796 - Image 380 of 427]

The Genealogie du Québec et ’d'Amérique française website (http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/genealogie.aspx?lng=fr) records Marie Magdeleine Boucher marrying Jacques Desharnais dit Laneuville about 1720 in Ste. Croix. 
BOUCHER, Marie Madeleine (I4635)
 
2914 There is no baptism for any King's at Bonavista Methodist (as per Register of Vital Statistics Vol. 72) between Theophilus King in August 1857 and Dorah Susannah King in November 1863, both children of Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike.

The 1921 Census of Little Catalina records Julia, wife of Alex J, Johnson's month and year of birth as September 1859, and place of birth as Catalina. Julia Anne Johnson's Death Registration records her age as 72 implying a year of birth about 1860, and place of birth as Little Catalina.

From 1855 to 1865, there were 3 King families in Catalina and Little Catalina baptizing children. If Julia Ann King was born about 1859 in Little Catalina, it is reasonable to believe she is the daughter of one of these King families, namely:

1. James King and Elizabeth Russell married March 17 1854
2. Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike married December 13 1849
3. William King and Maria Snelgrove Johnson married May 2 1847

Job A. King is a witness to the marriage of Julia Ann King and Alexander John Johnson. Job Alexander King is the eldest child of Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike. This suggests Julia Ann King is also likely the child of Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike.

Also, Julia Ann King may be named after Emily Julia PIke's middle name.

It seems reasonable to believe Julia Ann is the daughter of Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike. 
KING, Julia Ann (I1245)
 
2915 There is no baptism for any King's at Bonavista Methodist (as per Register of Vital Statistics Vol. 72) between Theophilus King in August 1857 and Dorah Susannah King in November 1863, both children of Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike.

The 1921 Census of Little Catalina records Laura, wife of Azariah, Tippitt's month and year of birth as July 1860, and place of birth as Little Catalina. Mrs Laura Tippett's Death Registration records her age as 80 implying a year of birth about 1859-1860, and place of birth as Little Catalina.

From 1855 to 1865, there were 3 King families in Catalina and Little Catalina baptizing children. If Laura King was born about 1860 in Little Catalina, it is reasonable to believe she is the daughter of one of these King families, namely:

1. James King and Elizabeth Russell married March 17 1854
2. Thomas Pike King and Emily Julia Pike married December 13 1849
3. William King and Maria Snelgrove Johnson married May 2 1847

Azariah Tippett (son of Joseph R and Jane) and Laura Amelia King had the following children, all born in Little Catalina:

Ann Lewis born June 24 1880
William James born February 14 1882
Phoebe born August 1 1884
Joseph Russell born November 4 1890
Eli Anderson born December 6 1891
Elizabeth born October 19 1896

Susanna King was a witness at the marriage of Laura Amelia King and Azariah Tippett. It is not possible to determine if this is Susanna King who married William Douglas Kennedy, who married James Ford, or another Susanna King.

There are no clear indications as to the parents of Laura Amelia King based on the above events. Possibly, Susanna King who witnessed the marriage of Laura Amelia King and Azariah Tippett was the sister of Laura Amelia King. I believe Susanna King who married William Douglas Kennedy was the daughter of William King and Maria Snelgrove Johnson. So, it seems reasonable to place Laura Amelia King in the family of William King and Maria Snelgrove Johnson until further information becomes available. 
KING, Laura Amelia (I5218)
 
2916 There is no Florence Boucher recorded with Françoise Boucher and Florence Gareman in the 1666 Census of Sillery, Québec. There is, however, a Magdelaine Boucher age 11 recorded as a daughter of Françoise Boucher and Florence Gareman. Florence, born in 1654, would be age 11 or 12 at the time of the 1666 Census. So, perhaps this Magdelaine is actually Florence. BOUCHER, Florence (I4586)
 
2917 There is no further record of Elias, son of Phillip and Catherine Wiseman, after his baptism. There is no known marriage of an Elias Wiseman in Little Bay Islands, and there is no Elias Wiseman in the 1921 Census of Little Bay Islands.

H. T. Burden's A Brief History of Settlement and People of Little Bay Islands in 1942 lists the sons of Phillip Wiseman as John, George, Alfred, and Walter W. As Elias is not mentioned, it is possible that Elias died young. 
WISEMAN, Elias (I1308)
 
2918 There is no Mathurin LeBlanc recorded in the 1861 Census of Little Arichat, suggesting Mathurin died before this Census. LEBLANC, Mathurin (I5002)
 
2919 There is no Mathurin or Mathew LeBlanc recorded in the available 1838 Census of Isle Madame. This suggests Mathurin LeBlanc may have died before this Census. LEBLANC, Mathurin (I4914)
 
2920 There is no mention of Manuel Caines, son of John Caines and Martha Vatcher, in Joseph Small's Diary of Burgeo. Possibly, Manuel Caines died young. CAINES, Manuel (I2054)
 
2921 There is no Newfoundland Death Registration for an Eva Caines in 1911. There is, however, a Death Registration for Eva Lewis who died February 15 1911 in Burgeo of Tuberculosis. Her age is recorded as 27, and she was born and buried in Burgeo. (Source: Newfoundland, Vital Records, 1840-1949 - Deaths 1911-1914, Volume 06 - Image 365 of 458 - Page 401, No. 12)

It seems likely this is an error in the Death Registration, and Eva Lewis is actually Eva (Vatcher) Caines. 
VATCHER, Eva (I2194)
 
2922 There is no record of Abraham Babin in the 1811 Census of Richmond County or the 1813 Militia Roll for Richmond County. It is unexpected that Abraham Babin is not in the 1813 Militia Roll as his age at death implies he would be about 27 in 1813.

The 1838 Census of Arichat records Abraham Babin & Wife Farmer with 2 Females under 6, 1 Male 6-14, 1 Female 6-14, 1 Male over 14, and 2 Females over 14 for a total of 9 persons. He is the only Abraham or Abram Babin recorded in the Nova Scotia Archives 1838 Census of Nova Scotia. 
BABIN, Abraham (I5082)
 
2923 There is no record of Abraham Dugas and Marguerite LeBlanc in the 1752 Census of Île Royale. Possibly, after the death of his father Joseph Dugas in 1733 in Louisbourg, Abraham returned to Grand Pré. The following events in Grand Pré are supportive:

1. Marriage of Abraham's brother Charles to Anne LeBlanc in 1739
2. Burial of Abraham's sister Angélique in 1743 (with Abraham's brother Charles recorded as present)
3. Burial of Abraham's mother Marguerite Richard in 1746
4. Marriage of Abraham to Marguerite LeBlanc in 1748

The 1767 Census of Miquelon (available at the ’L'Arche Musee et Archives de la Collectivite de Saint-Pierre et Miquelon website) records:

Abraham DUGAS, venu d'Halifax
Marguerite LEBLANC, sa femme
Marguerite DUGAS, leur fille
Anne DUGAS, leur fille
Françoise DUGAS, leur fille
Angélique DUGAS, leur fille
Louise DUGAS, leur fille
Fabien D'AIGLE, orphelin
Jean LANDRY dit L'ABBÉ, gendre d'Abraham
Marie DUGAS, sa femme
Marie LANDRY, leur fille
40
36
17
15
13
9
1
12
28
20
1

The 1776 Census of Miquelon (available at the ’L'Arche Musee et Archives de la Collectivite de Saint-Pierre et Miquelon website) records:

Abraham DUGAS
Marguerite LEBLANC, sa femme
Angélique, leur fille
Louise, leur fille
Rosalie, leur fille
Abraham, leur fils
49
47
17
10
7
2

The 1785 Census of Miquelon (available at the ’L'Arche Musee et Archives de la Collectivite de Saint-Pierre et Miquelon website) records:

DUGAS Abraham
LE BLANC Marguerite, sa femme
DUGAS Rosalie, leur fille
DUGAS Abraham, leur fils
50
50
15
10 
DUGAS, Abraham (I993)
 
2924 There is no record of Charles Dugas and Anne LeBlanc in the 1752 Census of Île Royale. Sometime after the death of his father Joseph Dugas in 1733 in Louisbourg, Charles returned to Grand Pré where he was married and at least his first five children were baptized.

The 1761 Census of Acadian refugees in Baie des Chaleurs (available on Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home website) records a Charles Dugas with his wife, 4 sons, and 5 daughters. Charles Dugas and his wife Anne LeBlanc had 11 children - 5 sons and 6 daughters, although 1 son and 1 daughter may have died young as there is no record of them after their baptism in Grand Pré.

Parish records indicate most of the children of Charles Dugas and Anne LeBlanc were married and/or buried in the vicinity of Baie des Chaleurs. So, it is reasonable to conclude Charles Dugas and Anne LeBlanc arrived in Baie des Chaleurs in or before 1761. 
DUGAS, Charles (I3054)
 
2925 There is no record of John Pendergast's father Patrick in the 1838 Census of Nova Scotia.

The 1861 Census of Howley's Ferry records Patrick Pendergast in a family of 5 Males and 4 Females (Polling District 10 Abstract 2 Family 27). As there are only 1 Married Female (age 40-50) and 1 Married Male (age 60-70), John Pendergast and Catherine OBrien do not reside with Patrick Pendergast.

There is no record of a John Pendergast in the 1861 Census of Nova Scotia.

The Holy Cross Cemetery (beside Lakeside Cemetery on Johnson Road) contains tombstones for "John Pendergast Died Nov 24, 1928 Aged 105 Yrs" and "His Wife Catherine died Feb 17, 1917 Aged 79 Yrs". The markings and graphics on these two tombstones are identical, helping to confirm they are husband and wife.

Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics records the death of John Pendergast age 104 years 5 months and 6 days born 1823 Port Morien Widowed died November 24 1928. No wife, parents, or occupation are recorded. The informant is Ambrose Young who has no relationship to John Pendergast. 
PENDERGAST, John (I5373)
 
2926 There is no record of the marriage of Thomas Pate and Francies Beattie in the England or Scotland Civil Marriage Registrations.

There is no record of the marriage of Thomas Pate and Francies Beattie in FamilySearch's England Marriages, 1538-1973; Scotland Marriages, 1561-1910; or England and Wales Non-Conformist Indexes (RG4-8), 1588-1977. 
Family F732
 
2927 There is only one Simon Bouche or Boucher in the available 1811 Censuses of Isle Madame, River Bourgeois, and ’L'Ardoise. He is Simon Bouche son of Jno with 1 Male 14-60, 1 Female 14-60, 1 Male under 14, 1 Female under 14, and 2 Unmarried Males and Females; residing in Arichat.

There is only one Simon Bouche or Boucher in the available 1813 Militia Rolls for Isle Madame, River Bourgeois, and ’L'Ardoise. He is Simon Bouche age 30 born Cape Breton 8 acres No Title with 1 Woman, 2 Boys and 3 Girls; residing in Arichat.

It is unusual Simon Boucher's family has increased from 2 children to 5 between the 1811 Census and the 1813 Militia Roll.

Simon Bouche (Boucher) made the following Land Petition in 1817:

Petition to Ainslie: Petitioner, a native of Arichat, son of late John Bouché, is married and has three children. He asks a title to the land occupied by his late father, and by himself. Report of Crawley to Crowdy: 18 acres, lot 4, on the south side of Arichat Harbour. Plan.

Again, it is unusual Simon Boucher's family has decreased from 5 children to 3 between the 1813 Militia Roll and his Land Petition in 1817. Perhaps, the 5 Boys and Girls in the 1813 Militia Roll were not all Simon's children, the number was in error, or some children died young.

Simon Boucher's age is recorded as follows:

1813 Militia Roll age 30, implying a year of birth about 1782-1783
1861 Census age 90-100, implying a year of birth about 1760-1770
1863 Burial age about 90, implying a year of birth about 1772-1773

As Simon Boucher's father Jean Boucher was born about 1749, Simon Boucher was not born close to 1760. Also, if Simon Boucher was born between 1760 and 1771, then he likely would be baptized by Father Bailly as were many other children born in this period (including 5 children of Claude Coste and Marguerite Vigneau). It is reasonable to believe he was born after 1771.

It is difficult to believe Simon Boucher's age could be incorrect by 10 years when he was only about 30. That's quite a discrepancy at an earlier age. 
BOUCHER, Simon (I5314)
 
2928 There is the following O'Neil family in the 1891 Census of Botchergate, Carlisle:

Head John ONeil age 37 Builder Laborer born Dalston Cumberland, wife Sarah age 36 born Carlisle, daughter Ann age 10 born Carlisle, son Michael age 7 born Carlisle, and son James age 12 born Carlisle residing on 38 East St., Botchergate, Carlisle

I believe this to be the family of John O'Neil and Sarah McCluskey despite the slight inconsistency in John's and Sarah's places of birth, namely Dalston rather than Wigton for John, and Carlisle rather than Todhills Rockliff for Sarah. Dalston is several miles from Wigton southwest of and towards Carlisle.

The names of their children also support the conclusion they are John O'Neil and Sarah McCluskey: Ann after Sarah's mother, Michael after John's father, and James after Sarah's father.

In the 1911 Census, both John and Sarah give ages that are more consistent with those of John O'Neil and Sarah McCluskey. 
MCCLUSKEY, Sarah (I1481)
 
2929 This book contains a collection of articles:

The true number of the Acadians / Stephen A. White --
Deux juristes faceà un événement historique ou du bon usage du droit face aux faits / Emmanuel Klimis et Jacques Vanderlinden --
King George II and the Acadian removal / Geoffrey Plank --
La déportation et la religion / Maurice A. Léger --
French attitudes toward the Acadians, ca. 1680-1756 / A.J.B. (John) Johnston --
Pigiguit: l'impact du Grand Dérangement sur une communauté de l'ancienne Acadie / Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc --
The Acadians deported from Chignectou to "les Carolines" in 1755: their origins, identities and subsequent movements / Paul Delaney --
Un regard sur l'historiographie du séjour des Acadiens en France après le "Grand Dérangement" (1758-1785) / Jean-François Mouhot --
Images of the expulsion / Deborah Robichaud 
Source (S1296)
 
2930 This data collection contains what has become known as the Lang Collection of Gretna Green Marriage Registers, being named after David and Simon Lang, a father and son duo who were “priests” and performed many marriages in Gretna Green between 1794 and 1828. Source (S599)
 
2931 Thomas R Cole's email "Hiscock family, Catalina area" dated October 16 2006 states:

What I know of the Pearce family in Maberly is that they were unusually tall. We used to say "tall as Lije Pearce" referring of course to Elijah Pearce (1880-1967). His second wife was a Goodyear! Their daughter still lives there today.

Located at: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NF-TRINITYBAY/2006-10/1161056227

This indicates Elijah Pearce died in 1967.

The Stonepic's Index (available on Newfoundland's Grand Banks) records the tombstone of an Elijah Pearce (1967) in Elliston (ELL01). 
PEARCE, Elijah (I1133)
 
2932 Title of article is "A Brief History of Settlement and People of Little Bay Islands"
Located at: http://norma.fritzy.ca/Genealogy/LBIHistory.html 
Source (S953)
 
2933 To: Fred Horne, Native Council of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, P.E.I
Letter scanned and filed in Genealogy / Source Documents 
Source (S1133)
 
2934 To: Robert G. Morin, Fitchburg Mass
Letter scanned and filed in Genealogy / Source Documents 
Source (S1131)
 
2935 Transcribed under the direction of Stephen A. White
Located at (as of Nov 25, 2018):
http://139.103.17.56/cea/livres/doc.cfm?ident=BAI0057&retour=nul
Original located on Ancestry within Canada > Nova Scotia > Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1757-1946 > A > Mission; Acadie 
Source (S805)
 
2936 Transcription done 1984 - 1985, verified May 17-18 1986 and available online to members Source (S1008)
 
2937 Transcription done August 14 1994, and available online to members Source (S985)
 
2938 Transcription done August 18 1997, and available online to members Source (S943)
 
2939 Transcription done July 1994, and available online to members Source (S986)
 
2940 Transcription done July 31 1992, and available online to members
Stated in transcription as United/Roman Catholic Cemetery 
Source (S619)
 
2941 Transcription done May 1999, and available online to members Source (S1035)
 
2942 Transcription located at:
http://files.usgwarchives.net/la/iberville/court/babin35gwl.txt
Transcribed from the original French by Delma Abadie 
Source (S1257)
 
2943 Transcription located at:
http://www.gbcem.cbns.ca/Cem_GB_KgEdwardSt.htm
Downloaded as "Nova Scotia Glace Bay King Edward St.webarchive" 
Source (S1145)
 
2944 Transcription located at: http://gbcem.cbns.ca/GB_StAnnes.html
Downloaded as "Nova Scotia Glace Bay St Annes.webarchive" 
Source (S1143)
 
2945 Transcription of Parish Records
Located at: http://lanchbury.id.au/genealogy/index.html 
Source (S269)
 
2946 Transcription of Parish Records Source (S1243)
 
2947 Transcription of parish records Source (S824)
 
2948 Transcription of Parish Records Source (S1292)
 
2949 Transcription of parish records Source (S663)
 
2950 Transcriptions of baptisms and marriages for surname McCluskey and variant spellings in St. Cuthbert, Upperby, and St. John parishes from Cumbria Record Office Source (S840)
 

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