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(revised to 5 September 2013)


PERMANENT AND PERPETUAL DEDICATION

FOR ALL FUTURE EDITIONS




TO


A GREAT AND NOBLE LADY

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 9 JULY 1988,

WITHOUT WHOSE CONSTANT AND UNFLAGGING

FAITH, ENTHUSIASM, DETERMINATION AND ENCOURAGEMENT

DESPITE ALL THE FRUSTRATIONS

ACROSS THESE MANY YEARS OF COMPILATION

THIS MONUMENTAL WORK COULD NEVER HAVE

ATTAINED FRUITION


TO HER, IN ALL ITS EDITIONS, IT WILL EVER STAND

AS A LIVING, GROWING, VIBRANT

MEMORIAL TRIBUTE AND TESTAMENT


SPECIAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT


(This will be inserted herein at a later time)


COMPILER'S PREFACE


That which follows hereafter in the succeeding pages is, admittedly, but a very rough attempt at a very preliminary draft of a very complex work; yet it is, even as it stands at present, the most thorough and complete such compilation on this subject ever assembled to date in one place as a single unit. It has been made possible thus far only through the wonderfully dedicated and devoted efforts of many choice and gracious souls far too numerous to acknowledge here, whose willing responsiveness has truly been a thing of beauty to behold. Only through the repeated redoubling of such efforts now and in the future can it ever become, as hoped and projected, a record worthy of all acceptation. Much has been done; much more remains to be done, even much more than has been heretofore.

The primary reasons for releasing copies of this material, such as it is, at this stage, are principally twofold - firstly to satiate in some part or measure the honest, eager and enthusiastic appetites of so many who have waited so patiently for so long, by showing as much as we now know; and, secondly, to serve as a sort of mammoth questionnaire, by showing also just how very much we do not now know. The latter is most crucial, and we must now again appeal for help in general as never before in improving the nature and quality of the data here presented. May the enclosed work serve as a catalyst which will stir an added impetus and incentive in impelling all of us ever onward toward that grand and noble objective.

Permission is hereby willingly and gladly granted and the invitation openly extended for any and all interested parties anywhere to freely reproduce, copy or distribute at will at any time, by any means, in whole or in part, whatever information may be desired from the contents hereof. Indeed we strongly urge and encourage the continued dissemination of this material from one to another on a scale as wide as practicable and possible. In return we only at this time ask, prevail upon and implore each and every individual obtaining access to it to very diligently pore over it and most thoroughly peruse to his or her satisfaction those portions of which he or she may possess some degree of personal knowledge and awareness, ascertaining all the while the particular extent of completeness and correctness of the facts there represented. We simultaneously beseech each and every person to specifically seek out and assess as many errors or omissions as may come to light, and to carefully note also any and all recollections or clues, however vague or obscure, which might conceivably have a bearing or influence in any way at all upon the course of future research for further relevant items now missing from the collection. Finally, we beg each and every party who can possibly do so in any way, to ensure that as many discrepancies or needed improvements as can be found by them upon such examination will be communicated to us or brought to our attention for consideration and action, regardless of how minor or insignificant a given point may at the moment seem. It cannot be overstated or overstressed that nothing is ever too small or too unimportant.

After much consideration as to efficiency and effectiveness, the present loose-leaf format has been developed and adopted for this work for reasons stated in the "Explanatory Notes" section of the larger, expanded version which was previously made available to a very few members on an experimental basis. Owing to the reactions and responses received, that rather heavy, bulky format has now been relegated only to the official Master Copy, and the enclosed records are here presented in a much more compact, consolidated, yet still complete, fashion. The entries herein contained precisely and exactly parallel the larger Group Sheets earlier employed, and every item of information included therein is also identically reproduced here, with the exception that the blank lines and empty spaces have been eliminated or replaced by question marks in the interest of reducing and conserving space, and the text has also been more solidly condensed into this smaller, more compressed arrangement for the sake of convenience and according to the requirements expressed and requested. The general principle of the Group Sheet method itself has in recent years become so universally well-recognised that it seems no longer necessary to reprint in this abridgement the many pages of instructions previously designated "Explanatory Notes", and they have thus been omitted, likewise for the sake of fewer pages and more manageability. They are, however, obtainable should anyone desire to insert them hereafter.

There are a variety of other reasons also for finally settling upon retention of the loose-leaf method upon which the former procedure was based. As before, the entire compilation is thus safeguarded against obsolescence. For our own part, whenever even the slightest detail by way either of correction or update is submitted to us, we shall accordingly, as speedily as may reasonably be in the circumstances, endeavour to prepare a revision of the page or pages affected, and proceed to forward a replacement to all persons known to possess copies. Thus all volumes in individual hands will hopefully still be kept entirely parallel and identical in every way both to each other and to the Master Copy itself, insofar as available facts permit. Accordingly we highly recommend that all those obtaining or having possession of a copy of this compilation or any part of it should be certain to register same with us, simply because this is the only means by which we can possibly know to whom updates and revisions ought to regularly be sent as we are ourselves apprised of such changes and new facts. Inasmuch as the special "Book of Remembrance" album cover or binder prepared for the larger Group Sheets will not properly fit this reduced format, it is further recommended that this work be placed in a standard ring binder or prong folder of such type, style and quality as the individual may select in accordance with his or her own preferences and personal tastes.

Lastly of all, in closing we wish each and every one of you, in all sincerity, the utmost success and happiness in all your endeavours, genealogical and otherwise, and we shall certainly very deeply and gratefully appreciate hearing at any time from anyone whose desire it is to write. Your comments, opinions, observations, suggestions and corrections will also all be most eagerly anticipated indeed.


LINKING AND ARRANGEMENT OF ENTRIES

(Abbreviated Summary)


(It has been deemed expedient, advisable and desirable to extract, insert and include in abridged and amended form herein, as points of information for general distribution, only the following reduced versions of two items of explanation from our former more expanded and voluminous Explanatory Notes previously published and issued on limited scale. The remainder, owing to their bulk, and being for the most part largely if not principally merely matters of organisational policy and procedural guidelines, have now been fully reconsidered and found primarily redundant and unnecessary to this manuscript, inasmuch as the greater applicability of their design in fact tends moreover toward the larger, more formal or official Group Sheet style or format in any case. Consequently they have therefore accordingly been otherwise wholly omitted from this compilation and will not be reprinted at this time, except by virtue of being made available by special and specific request. Although further queries are always cheerfully received and welcomed as to methods for dealing with various situations or circumstances which may from time to time or on occasion arise, as well as reasons or logic for arbitrarily implementing certain decisions and standards herein, it is regardless meanwhile thought, felt, supposed and presumed that many of the appropriate solutions and answers will in all probability also in most cases become quite readily clear, apparent and obvious upon, through, in the course of, or after even superficial examination and study of these records entirely without inclusion of the more complex and detailed rules and regulations formerly established solely for the Compiler's own instruction and guidance in maintaining conformity throughout.)


PROCEDURE FOR FOLLOWING LINEAGE BACKWARD

In order to deduce the specific lineage of any person, persons or branch herein contained backward toward the earliest extant record or first recorded progenitor on the ascending pedigree, one need simply select the relevant parent atop the entry in question whose data as shown includes the identities of his own parents in turn followed by the parenthetical phrase "(to whom refer)"; then proceed alphabetically to the entry for the couple to whom so referred, indexed always for the sake of consistency and clarity under the masculine surname, and again repeat the process.


PROCEDURE FOR FOLLOWING LINEAGE FORWARD

In order to deduce the specific lineage of any person, persons or branch herein contained forward toward the latest generation of recorded posterity on the descending pedigree, one need simply examine the list of offspring presented in the entry in question and select from amongst same the child or children whose issue it is desired to further trace. If the child thus selected be male, one merely notes the name of his wife, then refers alphabetically in turn to the entry for such couple, indexed always for the sake of consistency and clarity under the masculine surname, and the process is then again repeated. If, conversely, the selected child be female, it is necessary only that one instead note the name of her husband, then refer to that couple's own entry likewise alphabetically under his surname rather than hers, and proceed as before adumbrated.


ORDER OF INSERTION OF ENTRIES

The Individual Nuclear Family Group Entries are simply listed alphabetically by Husband's surname, and within a surname by Husband's given names. Where the Husband's complete name is identical to more than one individual, such persons are indexed according to order of birth. Information contained within each such entry is arranged internally according to a complex prearranged and standardised formula. Unmarried persons appear only within their parents' entries and require no additional entry for themselves, inasmuch as such would be repetitious, redundant and unnecessarily self-defeating of its purpose, namely the addition of further otherwise unrecorded data for spouse and offspring.


GENERAL CONTENT AND FORMAT


Whilst perfection is neither expected nor in every instance possible, the ideal concept and goal toward which is being striven in this work would of course be for each and every entry throughout this record to ultimately be expanded to contain as much as is now humanly recoverable concerning even the minutest details of each and every life. Inconsequential as some of this data may appear at present, this may well one day prove to be the only such record remaining upon the face of the whole earth wherein certain of these facts, of inestimable interest to countless future descendants in generations yet unborn, may be found preserved. All readers are therefore most earnestly solicited to contribute any such information as now remains at their disposal or accessible to them, for further incorporation into this work.

In addition it is anticipated that as detailed a narrative biography as can be compiled pertaining to each life, whether Husband, Wife or child, should eventually be appended to each individual entry, including every bit as much as can be reconstructed of each person's activities, adventures and personality, as well as any and all surviving anecdotes surrounding same. Such material may be submitted either in the form of rough jottings or a final draft; all necessary adjustments will be accordingly made for publication, with all due care being taken to retain intact the integrity of the account itself. In the case of a personal autobiography the same may also be couched in the first person if so desired.

Finally it is further intended that pictorial sheets may also in due course be reproduced and inserted throughout the text as additional pages, illustrating and depicting each individual at various stages and periods of life, together with those places, objects, buildings, scenes, landmarks or events which may have been familiar to the person or which may have played a role, however great or small, in shaping any aspect of his mortal existence. Where no authentic likeness of the actual person is presently known to exist for possible reproduction purposes there remains still nothing to preclude inclusion of these other relevant items connected with his life or times which may help restore his story to life once more; indeed in such cases, and especially in absence of anything more personal, such other additional visual aids necessarily become to a greater or lesser extent even all the more desirable and useful from the standpoint of placing the bare facts within more suitable and appropriate context and better, more human, perspective.

Readers are wholeheartedly invited to scrutinise the entries contained herein, and to forward any of the following data which may be missing, even though it be but a single item at a time if no more is available. Whilst the format for each entry follows a very rigidly structured and meticulous pattern of arrangement, readers are encouraged simply to contribute data without in any way or sense personally concerning themselves overly much with the integral mechanics of organisation in its final form.

Some of the details thus requested, required and desired would ideally include the following or any part or portion thereof.


NAME

1. Full legal name(s) of each and every family member and of each and every spouse, (including maiden surnames)

2. Full legal names of parent(s) of each and every member and spouse, as above, (including maiden surnames)

3. Derivations or reasons for choices of all given names, including specific personages, if any, for whom named, and persons suggesting or influencing said decisions, as well as circumstances surrounding or affecting same

4. All legal changes, alterations, additions to or deletions from full names, as well as in spelling, order or sequence thereof


BIRTH

1. Full date, (day, month and year), of each and every birth, whether of member or spouse

2. Approximate time of day, as precisely as possible, of each and every birth, whether of member or spouse

3. Actual location, as precisely as possible, of each and every birth, whether of member or spouse, together with rural land description, street address or name of building or institution, if any

4. Full names, insofar as possible, of all persons known to have been present in attendance at time of birth, medical or otherwise, together with rank, style, title, office or official or personal relationship as the case may be

5. Weight, measurements, eye and hair colour or other physical characteristics or statistics pertaining to infant at time of birth


INFANT BLESSING OR CHRISTENING

1. Full date, (day, month and year), of each and every infant blessing or christening, whether of member or spouse

2. Approximate time of day, as precisely as possible, of each and every infant blessing or christening, whether of member or spouse

3. Actual location, as precisely as possible, of each and every infant blessing or christening, whether of member or spouse, together with rural land description, street address or name of building or institution, if any

4. Full names, insofar as possible, of all persons conducting or officiating at, assisting with, participating in, or acting as Godparents or sponsors at infant blessing or christening, together with rank, style, title, office or official or personal relationship as the case may be

5. Religious denomination under whose auspices the ordinance was performed


BAPTISM

1. Same points as above, also noting full names and status of proxies where applicable


CONFIRMATION

1. Same points as for Baptism above


ENDOWMENT

1. Same points as for Baptism above


SEALING OF CHILD TO PARENTS

1. Same points as for Baptism above


MARRIAGE AND/OR SEALING OF SPOUSES

1. Full date, (day, month and year), of each and every marriage (and later sealing), also noting full names and status of proxies where applicable

2. Same points as immediately above, with regard to any previous or subsequent marriages of the spouse

3. Approximate time of day, as precisely as possible, of each and every such marriage and later sealing

4. Actual location, as precisely as possible, of each and every such marriage or sealing, whether of member, or other previously or subsequently of spouse, together with rural land description, street address or name of building or institution, if any

5. Full names, insofar as possible, of all persons conducting or officiating at, assisting with, acting as attendants or as legal witnesses to, or otherwise participating in the official party at marriage or later sealing, together with rank, style, title, office or official or personal relationship as the case may be

6. Religious denomination or civil authority under whose auspices the ordinance was performed


DEATH

1. Full date, (day, month and year), of each and every death, whether of member or spouse

2. Approximate time of day, as precisely as possible, of each and every death, whether of member or spouse

3. Actual location, as precisely as possible, of each and every death, whether of member or spouse, together with rural land description, street address or name of building or institution, if any

4. Full names, insofar as possible, of all persons known to have been present in attendance at time of death, medical or otherwise, together with rank, style, title, office or official or personal relationship, as the case may be

5. Weight, measurements, eye and hair colour, or other physical characteristics or statistics pertaining to deceased at time of demise

6. Certified medical cause of death


MEMORIAL SERVICES

1. Full date, (day, month and year), of each and every memorial service, whether for member or spouse

2. Approximate time of day, as precisely as possible, of each and every memorial service, whether for member or spouse

3. Actual location, as precisely as possible, of each and every memorial service, whether for member or spouse, together with rural land description, street address or name of building or institution, if any

4. Full names, insofar as possible, of all persons conducting or officiating at, assisting with or participating in memorial services or portions thereof, together with rank, style, title, office or official or personal relationship as the case may be

5. Religious denomination or civil authority, if any, under whose auspices memorial services were performed

6. Full names, insofar as possible, of all members, both honourary and active, of bearer party, if any, at memorial services

7. Official corporate name of firm, if any, acting as directors of memorial services


INTERMENT OR COMMITTAL

1. Full date, (day, month and year), of each and every actual interment or committal, whether of member or spouse

2. Approximate time of day, as precisely as possible, of each and every actual interment or committal, whether of member or spouse

3. Actual legal and official name and designation of cemetery and of municipal unit, urban or rural, within whose boundaries, as then constituted, the same is located, complete with plot number or legal description within cemetery, if available

4. Full names, insofar as possible, of all persons conducting, officiating at, assisting with or participating in interment or committal services or portions thereof, together with rank, style, title, office or official or personal relationship, as the case may be

5. Religious denomination or civil authority, if any, under whose auspices interment or committal services were performed

6. Full names, insofar as possible, of all members, both honourary and active, of bearer party, if any, at interment or committal

7. Official corporate name of firm, if any, acting as directors of interment or committal services


BIOGRAPHICAL DATA

1. Any and all ranks, styles, titles, offices, honours, awards, prizes, appointments or distinctions achieved or attained by a member or spouse from whatever source, whether public, private, social, fraternal, academic, scholastic, athletic, political, diplomatic, religious, corporate, military or otherwise, with all dates of such conferral or bestowal, etc., as precisely as possible

2. Any and all personal characteristics or traits, including average adult weight, height and measurements at prime, eye and hair colour, complexion or any other similarly notable physical attributes

3. Life history, including movements, associations, experiences, interests, recreations, hobbies, talents or abilities, personal habits, preferences or tastes, curious sayings or favourite phrases, or any other similar items, together with any anecdotes and tales which might conceivably aid in reconstructing, reviving or revealing in any way any aspect of the individual personality


HISTORICAL EVIDENCE

1. Where documentation exists apart from personal knowledge alone in support of any of the facts thus indicated or stated, the nature of the document(s) or source(s) from which such information has been gleaned, or by means of which it may be re-obtained or verified


NOMENCLATURE OF LOCALITIES

1. Finally, it need only be clarified that throughout this work the specific terminology in reference to place-names follows insofar as possible the usage current in each instance at time of event. Consequently changes in designation, jurisdiction or status for a given locality over a period of time may be reflected either from one entry to another, or even within a given entry. It will therefore not be at all uncommon to find an entire change of name for a community, or alteration in type or order of local government units, as well as various other combinations or permutations which may from time to time appear at first to the uninitiated as possible errors, inconsistencies or omissions; however, every care has been taken to enter such changes consistent with the historically proper style of the moment.


RAPH


Background, Origins and Early Development


GENERAL INTRODUCTION


FAMILY HISTORY

General Introduction


(This will be inserted herein at a later time)



(The brief overview of the original mutual ancestry of all branches of the family,

contained in the foregoing General Introduction,

will be continued in greater detail for each specific branch

in the respective Branch Introductions preceding each separate Part

of this total work.


The Compiler's own determinate branch will be found in Part I.,

and other distinct branches will be likewise fully shown and covered

in further additional subsequent Parts as may be duly and individually

indicated and designated thereafter)


PART I.


The Determinate Branch of the Compiler


FAMILY HISTORY

Branch Introduction


(This will be inserted herein at a later time)



(Further details concerning many of the persons and events

lightly touched upon in the brief overview

contained in the preceding Branch Introduction,

as well as other additional factual information

not otherwise specifically mentioned or included herein,

and similar data pertaining to all known lineal descendants

of these people,

may be found in the individual personal histories and biographies

located in their respective positions throughout this Part

of the major work)




A


ALBERTS, ELDON / GATES, BEVERLEY JUNE

Eldon Alberts was born 10 October 1933. His wife Beverley June Gates, (to whom he was married 10 October 1964), was born 25 June 1937, daughter to George Gates and Mary Jane Bryan, (to whom refer). No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.




B


BEAVER, GRANT / TEMPLETON, SHERYL

Grant Beaver. His wife Sheryl Templeton was daughter to John Arthur Templeton and Brenda-Joy Chamberlain, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Brittany Beaver; (2) Zachary Beaver.


BERGER, HAROLD ELMER / DOOLAN, ETHEL MARGARET

Harold Elmer Berger was born 13 March 1901; died 9 August 1963. His wife Ethel Margaret Doolan, (to whom he was married 20 August 1927), was born 25 March 1901, daughter to Albert Doolan and Jennie Gibson, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) James Kent Berger, born 22 April 1931, who married 27 March 1954, Patricia Rae Prom, (from whom subsequently divorced 6 January 1970); (2) Virginia Jane Berger, born 13 September 1934, who married 20 June 1957, James Hunter Meriwether III.


BERGER, JAMES KENT / PROM, PATRICIA RAE

James Kent Berger was born 22 April 1931, son to Harold Elmer Berger and Ethel Margaret Doolan, (to whom refer). His wife Patricia Rae Prom, (to whom he was married 27 March 1954 and from whom subsequently divorced 6 January 1970), was born 5 August 1933. This couple begat issue: (1) Karen Valerie Berger, born 27 July 1955.


BERNICKY, FRANK JAMES / BRYAN, MARINA VERA

Frank James Bernicky was born 23 March 1930. His wife Marina Vera Bryan, (to whom he was married 23 September 1952), was born 28 November 1934, daughter to Harold Thomas Bryan and Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Dale Marie Bernicky, born 30 May 1953; (2) Brian Francis Bernicky, born 28 April 1955.


BOUCHER, JAY EDWIN / MARVIN, EDNA FAY

Jay Edwin Boucher was born 25 February 1888 at or near Eaton Rapids, Eaton County, Michigan; died 10 November 1929 ‎at or near Fair Haven, Ira Township, St. Clair County, Michigan. His wife Edna Fay Marvin, (to whom he was married 11 October 1919 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan), was born 31 January 1894 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, daughter to Edgerton R. Marvin and Frances "Fannie" or "Fanny" Cross, (to whom refer); died in March 1967 probably at or near Highland Park, Wayne County, Michigan. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


BOWEN, FREDERICK / TEMPLETON, SALLY MARIE

Frederick Bowen. His wife Sally Marie Templeton was born 7 January 1966 in Alberta, daughter to William Lincoln Templeton and Eva Mary Heaver, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Jesse William Templeton Bowen.


BRYAN, DONALD HAROLD / MERCER, CORA ARVILLA

Donald Harold Bryan was born 2 August 1932, son to Harold Thomas Bryan and Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom refer); married, secondly, Betty Fader, (to whom also refer). His first wife Cora Arvilla Mercer, (to whom he was married 28 October 1949 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 6 November 1928. Donald Harold Bryan and Cora Arvilla Mercer begat issue: (1) Harold Orville Bryan, born 24 May 1950, who married 5 August 1972, Glenda Susanne Haining; (2) Paul Donald Bryan, born 30 October 1951; (3) Garry Wayne Bryan, born 18 November 1952; (4) Robert Kent Bryan, born 29 July 1955.


BRYAN, DONALD HAROLD / FADER, BETTY

Donald Harold Bryan was born 2 August 1932, son to Harold Thomas Bryan and Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 28 October 1949, Cora Arvilla Mercer, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). His second wife was Betty Fader. Donald Harold Bryan and Betty Fader begat issue: (1) Shawn Bryan, born 20 August 1969.


BRYAN, ELMER JACOB / STEACY, E. WINNIFRED

Elmer Jacob Bryan was born 23 July 1898, son to William Jacob Bryan and Margaret Ann Moorehead, (to whom refer); died 17 November 1971; buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. His wife E. Winnifred Steacy, (to whom he was married 3 November 1920), was born in or about 1900 or 1901. No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.


BRYAN, ELSWOOD GORDON / SMITH, BEATRICE MAE

Elswood Gordon Bryan was born 26 May 1906, son to William Jacob Bryan and Margaret Ann Moorehead, (to whom refer). His wife Beatrice Mae Smith, (to whom he was married 11 December 1929), was born in or about 1903 or 1904; died 28 November 1971; buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Douglas Eric Bryan, born 7 October 1938; (2) Margaret Elaine Bryan, born 18 June 1942; (3) Bruce Garnet Bryan, born 7 April 1946.


BRYAN, HAROLD ORVILLE / HAINING, GLENDA SUSANNE

Harold Orville Bryan was born 24 May 1950, son to Donald Harold Bryan and Cora Arvilla Mercer, (to whom refer). His wife Glenda Susanne Haining, (to whom he was married 5 August 1972), was born in January 1949. This couple begat issue: (1) Erica Bryan, who married ---.


BRYAN, HAROLD THOMAS / SCOTT, MARY ALICE WILHELMINE

Harold Thomas Bryan was born 24 April 1912. His wife Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom he was married 19 December 1928 at Toronto, York County, Ontario), was born 30 September 1910 in Ontario, daughter to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Jean Marie Bryan, born antenuptially 17 September 1928, who married Wilfrid Leeder; (2) William Douglas Bryan, born 2 November 1930, died 2 February 2012 at Brockville General Hospital, Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario, buried 6 February 2012 at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Maitland, Augusta Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 23 September 1950, Faye Wilkins; (3) Donald Harold Bryan, born 2 August 1932, who married, firstly, 28 October 1949, Cora Arvilla Mercer, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, Betty Fader; (4) Marina Vera Bryan, born 28 November 1934, who married 23 September 1952, Frank James Bernicky; (5) Bette Wilhelmine Bryan, born 7 November 1937, who married 12 October 1957, John James Wilkinson.


BRYAN, THOMAS BEDFORD / MORRIS, CHRISTENA

Thomas Bedford Bryan was born 8 March 1871, son to William Peter Bryan and Deborah A. Doolan, (to whom refer); died 20 February 1952; buried in 1952 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. His wife Christena Morris, (to whom he was married 28 February 1905), was born 24 November 1883; died 16 June 1956; buried in June 1956 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) a male child, name, if any, unrecorded, died at birth or in extreme infancy, unmarried; (2) Mary Jane Bryan, born 23 November 1912, who married 6 January 1932, George Gates.


BRYAN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS / WILKINS, FAYE

William Douglas Bryan was born 2 November 1930, son to Harold Thomas Bryan and Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom refer); died 2 February 2012 at Brockville General Hospital, Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario; buried 6 February 2012 at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Maitland, Augusta Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His wife was Faye Wilkins, (to whom he was married 23 September 1950). This couple begat issue: (1) Valerie Dianne Bryan, born 30 March 1952, who married Gerald Doherty; (2) Vicki Lynne Bryan, born 24 June 1955, who married Donald Crate; (3) Catherine Mary Bryan, born 28 August 1958, who married Kenneth Knapp.


BRYAN, WILLIAM JACOB / MOOREHEAD, MARGARET ANN

William Jacob Bryan was born 12 April 1863, son to William Peter Bryan and Deborah A. Doolan, (to whom refer); died 31 August 1945; buried in September 1945 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. His wife Margaret Ann Moorehead, (to whom he was married 11 October 1893), was born in 1870; died in 1954; buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Lenna Bryan, born 19 April 1895 at or near Lyndhurst, Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, died 13 February 1976 at St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital, Kingston, Frontenac County, Ontario, who married 15 September 1920, Hubert A. McNeely; (2) Elmer Jacob Bryan, born 23 July 1898, died 17 November 1971, buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married 3 November 1920, E. Winnifred Steacy; (3) Elswood Gordon Bryan, born 26 May 1906, who married 11 December 1929, Beatrice Mae Smith; (4) Helen Jane Bryan, born 25 June 1910, who married 25 September 1935, Herbert Burtch.


BRYAN, WILLIAM PETER / DOOLAN, DEBORAH A.

William Peter Bryan was born 1 September 1829; died 28 February 1910. His wife Deborah A. Doolan, (to whom he was married 10 April 1862), was born 21 November 1838 in the Dobbs Settlement, Yonge Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, daughter to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); died 30 December 1924 or 30 December 1925 (depending upon sources); buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) William Jacob Bryan, born 12 April 1863, died 31 August 1945, buried in September 1945 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married 11 October 1893, Margaret Ann Moorehead; (2) Mary Ann Bryan, born 10 November 1864, died 24 March 1944, who married 7 August 1889, Luther E. Murphy; (3) Thomas Bedford Bryan, born 8 March 1871, died 20 February 1952, buried in 1952 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married 28 February 1905, Christena Morris; (4) Albert Edward Bryan, born 10 January 1876, died in infancy, unmarried, 22 September 1876, buried in September 1876 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (5) Sarah Eliza Bryan, born 12 November 1877, died in infancy, unmarried, 25 October 1878, buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (6) Sarah Alice "Sadie" Bryan, born 12 March 1880, died 25 January 1965, who married 3 December 1902, Samuel Chipman.


BURTCH, HERBERT / BRYAN, HELEN JANE

Herbert Burtch. His wife Helen Jane Bryan, (to whom he was married 25 September 1935), was born 25 June 1910, daughter to William Jacob Bryan and Margaret Ann Moorehead, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Sheila Marlene Burtch, born 30 April 1938, who married Wayne Sly; (2) Sharon Rochelle Burtch, born 9 May 1939, who married Earl Lake; (3) Sylvia Helen Burtch, born 16 July 1944, who married Orland French (a noted newspaper and television journalist, etc.); (4) Herbert Bryan Burtch, born 7 October 1948, who married, firstly, Dianne Woods, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, 1 April 1976, Susan Mary Sutton.


BURTCH, HERBERT BRYAN / WOODS, DIANNE

Herbert Bryan Burtch was born 7 October 1948, son to Herbert Burtch and Helen Jane Bryan, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 1 April 1976, Susan Mary Sutton, (to whom also refer). His first wife was Dianne Woods, (from whom subsequently divorced). Herbert Bryan Burtch and Dianne Woods begat issue: (1) Jason Kenneth Burtch, born 31 July 1971.


BURTCH, HERBERT BRYAN / SUTTON, SUSAN MARY

Herbert Bryan Burtch was born 7 October 1948, son to Herbert Burtch and Helen Jane Bryan, (to whom refer); married, firstly, Dianne Woods, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). His second wife was Susan Mary Sutton, (to whom he was married 1 April 1976). Herbert Bryan Burtch and Susan Mary Sutton begat issue: (1) Sara Elizabeth Jane Burtch, born 3 April 1977; (2) Amy Nicole Burtch, born 12 October 1978.


BYRD, ROBERT ORRIN ALFRED / TEMPLETON, LORENA ANN

Robert Orrin Alfred Byrd was born 17 March 1933. His wife Lorena Ann Templeton, (to whom he was married 8 September 1956), was born 22 July 1935 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to James Templeton and Alice Lorena Graham, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Ann Louise Byrd, born 19 April 1960 at Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario; (2) June Lorena Byrd, born 19 June 1962 at Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario.




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CHIPMAN, SAMUEL / BRYAN, SARAH ALICE

Samuel Chipman was born 21 September 1873; died 29 May 1944. His wife Sarah Alice "Sadie" Bryan, (to whom he was married 3 December 1902), was born 12 March 1880, daughter to William Peter Bryan and Deborah A. Doolan, (to whom refer); died 25 January 1965. This couple begat issue: (1) William Victor Chipman, born 20 August 1904, died early, unmarried, 10 February 1921; (2) Samuel Gerald Chipman, born 7 September 1911, who married, firstly, 20 August 1931, Doris Aileen Dudley, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, 28 August 1958, Sonia Carthwright Walster, (from whom also subsequently divorced).


CHIPMAN, SAMUEL GERALD / DUDLEY, DORIS AILEEN

Samuel Gerald Chipman was born 7 September 1911, son to Samuel Chipman and Sarah Alice "Sadie" Bryan, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 28 August 1958, Sonia Carthwright Walster, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). His first wife Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom he was married 20 August 1931 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 3 August 1911. Samuel Gerald Chipman and Doris Aileen Dudley begat issue: (1) Beverley Alena Chipman, born 11 June 1932, who married, firstly, 6 September 1951, Gordon McLeod, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, 3 May 1963, Gordon Bothwell Wansbrough; (2) Patricia Alison Chipman, born 3 June 1936, who married 21 September 1957, William Alfred Gray; (3) Karen Elizabeth Chipman, born 6 May 1939, who married, firstly, Paul Douglas McLaren, and, secondly, 3 June 1966, Harry Nelson Joiner.


CHIPMAN, SAMUEL GERALD / WALSTER, SONIA CARTHWRIGHT

Samuel Gerald Chipman was born 7 September 1911, son to Samuel Chipman and Sarah Alice "Sadie" Bryan, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 20 August 1931, Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). His second wife Sonia Carthwright Walster, (to whom he was married 28 August 1958 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 25 January 1928. Samuel Gerald Chipman and Sonia Carthwright Walster begat issue: (1) Samuel Gerald Chipman Jr., born 10 September 1959.


COOPER, EDWIN JOHN / GARDNER, MARY ELEANOR

Edwin John Cooper was born 4 February 1935, son to Edwin John Ralph Cooper and Alice Sloan. His wife Mary Eleanor Gardner, (to whom he was married 20 October 1956 at East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 26 July 1934 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to Robert James Percy Gardner and Lila Johnston Dunlap, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) James Edwin Cooper, born 21 August 1957 at Winchester, Dundas County, Ontario, who married 22 October 1988, Susan Wilson.


COOPER, JAMES EDWIN / WILSON, SUSAN

James Edwin Cooper was born 21 August 1957 at Winchester, Dundas County, Ontario, son to Edwin John Cooper and Mary Eleanor Gardner, (to whom refer). His wife Susan Wilson, (to whom he was married 22 October 1988), was born 5 August 1956. This couple begat issue: (1) Dennis James Cooper, born 24 June 1990; (2) Edwin John Cooper, born 27 August 1992.


CRATE, DONALD / BRYAN, VICKI LYNNE

Donald Crate. His wife Vicki Lynne Bryan was born 24 June 1955, daughter to William Douglas Bryan and Faye Wilkins, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Jillian Crate, who married Tyler Reuvers; (2) Andrew Crate.




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DeWOLFE, WILLIAM B. / McNEELY, FRANCES DOREEN

William B. DeWolfe. His wife Frances Doreen McNeely, (to whom he was married 17 July 1943), was born 15 March 1921, daughter to Hubert A. McNeely and Lenna Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Nancy Ruth DeWolfe, born 5 July 1944, who married Douglas MacKinnon Hall; (2) David Joseph DeWolfe, born 25 October 1949.


DIEDRICHSON, EDWIN Z. / WHITMAN, EDITH MABEL

Edwin Z. Diedrichson was born in the German Empire, son to Hans Diedrichson and Cecelia Neilson. His wife Edith Mabel Whitman, (to whom he was married 7 August 1899 at Marshall, Calhoun County, Michigan), was born 20 April 1880 at or near Colon, Colon Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, daughter to Hyman Fuller Whitman and Wilhelmina "Mina" Marvin, (to whom refer); married, secondly, Willard Endicott, (to whom also refer); died 26 November 1933; buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. No further records of possible offspring of the marriage of Willard Endicott and Edith Mabel Whitman are presently available.


DIXON, ROBERT / RAPH (RALPH or RATH), MARY

Robert Dixon married, firstly, ---. His second wife Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath), (to whom he was married in Upper Canada), was born in or about 1788, 1789 or 1790 in Ireland, daughter to --- Raph (Ralph or Rath) and ---, (to whom refer); married, firstly, in Ireland, William Doolan, (to whom also refer); died 10 April 1874 near Morton, South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Ontario in consequence of causes incident to advanced age exacerbated by four years' suffering with St. Anthony's Fire (erysipelas); buried in 1874 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. No further records of possible offspring of the marriage of Robert Dixon and Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath) are presently available.


DOHERTY, GERALD / BRYAN, VALERIE DIANNE

Gerald Doherty. His wife Valerie Dianne Bryan was born 30 March 1952, daughter to William Douglas Bryan and Faye Wilkins, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Nathan Doherty, who married Lisa Moore; (2) Marc Doherty, who married 14 September 2013, Laura McCloy.


DOHERTY, MARC / McCLOY, LAURA

Marc Doherty was son to Gerald Doherty and Valerie Dianne Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Laura McCloy, (to whom he was married 14 September 2013). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


DOHERTY, NATHAN / MOORE, LISA

Nathan Doherty was son to Gerald Doherty and Valerie Dianne Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Lisa Moore. This couple begat issue: (1) Charlotte Doherty.


DOOLAN, ALBERT / GIBSON, JENNIE

Albert Doolan was born 10 June 1861 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, son to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); died 8 October 1942. His wife Jennie Gibson, (to whom he was married 26 August 1891), was born 26 June 1866; died 8 April 1949. This couple begat issue: (1) Roy Gibson Doolan, born 29 May 1896, died 10 January 1971, who married 30 June 1929, Alla Davis Fisher; (2) Ernest Albert Doolan, born 1 August 1898, died 10 January 1959 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois in consequence of cardiac arrest instantly whilst operating his vehicle, who married 3 May 1944, Evelyn Utes; (3) Ethel Margaret Doolan, born 25 March 1901, who married 20 August 1927, Harold Elmer Berger.


DOOLAN, DANIEL MARTIN / CAVALES, SHERYL ANNE

Daniel Martin Doolan was born 24 July 1974, son to Roy Fisher Doolan and Pamela Anne Martin, (to whom refer). His wife Sheryl Anne Cavales, (to whom he was married 31 May 2002), was born 7 December 1973. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


DOOLAN, ERNEST ALBERT / UTES, EVELYN

Ernest Albert Doolan was born 1 August 1898, son to Albert Doolan and Jennie Gibson, (to whom refer); died 10 January 1959 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois in consequence of cardiac arrest instantly whilst operating his vehicle. His wife Evelyn Utes, (to whom he was married 3 May 1944), was born 3 March 1905; married, secondly, Walter J. LeDoux. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Ernest Albert Doolan and Evelyn Utes.


DOOLAN, JAMES BARRINGTON / FERNS, MARY

James Barrington Doolan was born 27 September 1836 (according to Registers of St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church, Lamb's Pond, afterward known as New Dublin) or 27 October 1836 (according to Family Bible) at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, son to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); christened 21 February 1837; died 20 October 1917. His wife Mary Ferns was born in or about 1838 or 1839; died 15 August 1921. This couple begat issue: (1) Zelba Doolan, born 21 November 1871, died in infancy, unmarried, 31 August 1872; (2) William Doolan, born in or about 1872 or 1873, died unmarried 6 May 1907; (3) John Thomas Doolan, born 26 November 1875, died early, unmarried, 17 September 1881, buried, firstly, at Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, and, secondly, at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario.


DOOLAN, JOHN / DELANEY, MARY

John Doolan was born 24 May 1844 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, son to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); married, secondly, Mary MacAlister, (to whom also refer); died 17 April 1933. His first wife was Mary Delaney. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of John Doolan and Mary Delaney.


DOOLAN, JOHN / MacALISTER, MARY

John Doolan was born 24 May 1844 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, son to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); married, firstly, Mary Delaney, (to whom also refer); died 17 April 1933. His second wife was Mary MacAlister. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of John Doolan and Mary MacAlister; however this couple adopted two female children who, being "strangers in blood", are not to be further noted or documented in these records.


DOOLAN, ROY FISHER / MARTIN, PAMELA ANNE

Roy Fisher Doolan was born 14 May 1936, son to Roy Gibson Doolan and Alla Davis Fisher, (to whom refer). His wife Pamela Anne Martin was born 3 May 1942. This couple begat issue: (1) Scot Martin Doolan, born 2 November 1969; (2) Daniel Martin Doolan, born 24 July 1974, who married 31 May 2002, Sheryl Anne Cavales; (3) Stephen Martin Doolan, born 29 June 1977; (4) Allison Martin "Lark" Doolan, born 13 April 1982.


DOOLAN, ROY GIBSON / FISHER, ALLA DAVIS

Roy Gibson Doolan was born 29 May 1896, son to Albert Doolan and Jennie Gibson, (to whom refer); died 10 January 1971. His wife Alla Davis Fisher, (to whom he was married 30 June 1929), was born 4 August 1903; died 29 September 1966. This couple begat issue: (1) Roy Fisher Doolan, born 14 May 1936, who married Pamela Anne Martin.


DOOLAN, THOMAS / ---, MARGARET

Thomas Doolan was born in or about 1841 or 1842 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, son to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); died in July 1899. His wife was Margaret ---. This couple begat issue: (1) William Doolan.


DOOLAN, WILLIAM / RAPH (RALPH or RATH), MARY

William Doolan was born in Ireland; died in Ireland. His wife Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath), (to whom he was married in Ireland), was born in or about 1788, 1789 or 1790 in Ireland, daughter to --- Raph (Ralph or Rath) and ---, (to whom refer); married, secondly, in Upper Canada, Robert Dixon, (to whom also refer); died 10 April 1874 near Morton, South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Ontario in consequence of causes incident to advanced age exacerbated by four years' suffering with St. Anthony's Fire (erysipelas); buried in 1874 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario. William Doolan and Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath) begat issue: (1) possibly a child, name and sex unrecorded; (2) possibly a child, name and sex unrecorded; (3) possibly a child, name and sex unrecorded; (4) possibly a child, name and sex unrecorded; (5) possibly a child, name and sex unrecorded; (6) William Doolan, born in or about 1812 or 1813 in Ireland, died 11 November 1878 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, buried 13 November 1878 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married in or about 1832 or 1833 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church, Lamb's Pond (afterward known as New Dublin), Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, Mary Barrington; (7) Mary Doolan, born 26 May 1819 or 26 May 1820 or 26 May 1826 (depending upon sources) in Ireland, died 1 April 1906 near Findley, Colon Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, buried in 1906 at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, who married 17 July 1849 in Canada West, Calvin Osman Marvin (or Marven).


DOOLAN, WILLIAM / BARRINGTON, MARY

William Doolan was born in or about 1812 or 1813 in Ireland, son to William Doolan and Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath), (to whom refer); died 11 November 1878 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; buried 13 November 1878 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario. His wife Mary Barrington, (to whom he was married in or about 1832 or 1833 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church, Lamb's Pond, afterward known as New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada), was born in or about 1815 or 1816 in Ireland, daughter to John Barrington and Deborah Harper; died 19 August 1878 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario in consequence of a stroke; buried in August 1878 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Mary Ann Doolan, born 8 March 1834 (according to some sources) or 8 March 1835 (according to some sources and her own statement) at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, died 9 February 1912 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, buried in 1912 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married in December 1857 in Canada West, James Templeton; (2) James Barrington Doolan, born 27 September 1836 (according to Registers of St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church, Lamb's Pond, afterward known as New Dublin) or 27 October 1836 (according to Family Bible) at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, christened 21 February 1837, died 20 October 1917, who married Mary Ferns; (3) Deborah A. Doolan, born 21 November 1838 in the Dobbs Settlement, Yonge Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, died 30 December 1924 or 30 December 1925 (depending upon sources), buried at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married 10 April 1862, William Peter Bryan; (4) a child, name, if any, and sex unrecorded, born in or about 1839 or 1840 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, died in infancy, unmarried; (5) Thomas Doolan, born in or about 1841 or 1842 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, died in July 1899, who married Margaret ---; (6) John Doolan, born 24 May 1844 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, died 17 April 1933, who married, firstly, Mary Delaney, and, secondly, Mary MacAlister; (7) Alice Doolan, born 9 January 1846 (according to some sources including Family Bible and her tombstone, not 9 January 1851 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources and her own statement) at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, died unmarried in July 1930, buried in 1930 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (8) William Doolan, born 14 January 1848 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, christened 4 March 1849 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church, Lamb's Pond (afterward known as New Dublin), Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, died 14 February 1938, buried in 1938 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married 25 February 1885, Jane Ann Mackie; (9) Eliza Doolan, born 24 March 1850 (according to some sources including Family Bible and her tombstone, not 12 July 1862 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died unmarried 16 March 1932, buried in 1932 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (10) Sarah Doolan, born 6 November 1852 (according to some sources including Family Bible and her tombstone, not 6 November 1860 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources and her sister's statement) at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died unmarried 5 November 1951, buried at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (11) Susan Doolan, born 27 October 1854 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died unmarried 9 December 1934, buried at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (12) Harriet Doolan, born in or about 1855 or 1856 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died unmarried in October 1894, buried at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (13) George Doolan, born in or about 1857 or 1858 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died in infancy, unmarried; (14) Albert Doolan, born 10 June 1861 at Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died 8 October 1942, who married 26 August 1891, Jennie Gibson.


DOOLAN, WILLIAM / MACKIE, JANE ANN

William Doolan was born 14 January 1848 at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West, son to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); christened 4 March 1849 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Church, Lamb's Pond (afterward known as New Dublin), Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Canada West; died 14 February 1938; buried in 1938 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario. His wife Jane Ann Mackie, (to whom he was married 25 February 1885), was born in or about 1852 or 1853; died in 1932; buried at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Anna Alexandria "Annie" Doolan, born 4 February 1886 at Kitley Township, Leeds County, Ontario, christened 7 August 1886 at Kitley Township, Leeds County, Ontario, died unmarried 17 January 1962, buried in 1962 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (2) Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Doolan, born 13 June 1887 at Kitley Township, Leeds County, Ontario, christened 16 January 1888 at Kitley Township, Leeds County, Ontario, died unmarried 18 September 1965, buried in September 1965 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario; (3) Jennie Doolan, born 9 December 1890 at Kitley Township, Leeds County, Ontario, christened 7 May 1891 at Kitley Township, Leeds County, Ontario, died unmarried 5 September 1975 at Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, buried 8 September 1975 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario.




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ENDICOTT, WILLARD / WHITMAN, EDITH MABEL

Willard Endicott. His wife Edith Mabel Whitman was born 20 April 1880 at or near Colon, Colon Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, daughter to Hyman Fuller Whitman and Wilhelmina "Mina" Marvin, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 7 August 1899 at Marshall, Calhoun County, Michigan, Edwin Z. Diedrichson, (to whom also refer); died 26 November 1933; buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. No further records of possible offspring of the marriage of Willard Endicott and Edith Mabel Whitman are presently available.




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FRANKLIN, BRIAN / McLEOD, CANDACE AILEEN

Brian Franklin was born 12 December 1949. His wife Candace Aileen McLeod was born 28 August 1952, daughter to Gordon McLeod and Beverley Alena Chipman, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


FRENCH, ORLAND / BURTCH, SYLVIA HELEN

Orland French (a noted newspaper and television journalist, etc.). His wife Sylvia Helen Burtch was born 16 July 1944, daughter to Herbert Burtch and Helen Jane Bryan, (to whom refer). No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.




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GARDNER, DAVID WILLIAM / POAPST, CORINNE GAIL

David William Gardner was born 10 October 1938 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to Robert James Percy Gardner and Lila Johnston Dunlap, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 22 November 1990, Judy Butchart, (to whom also refer). His first wife Corinne Gail Poapst, (to whom he was married 16 June 1962 at Merrickville, Grenville County, Ontario and from whom subsequently divorced in 1990), was born 4 March 1940, daughter to Lorne E. Poapst and Helen Burton. David William Gardner and Corinne Gail Poapst begat issue: (1) Kevin Brent Gardner, born 26 February 1964 at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario; (2) Cheryl Lynne Gardner, born 20 May 1965 at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario.


GARDNER, DAVID WILLIAM / BUTCHART, JUDY

David William Gardner was born 10 October 1938 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to Robert James Percy Gardner and Lila Johnston Dunlap, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 16 June 1962 at Merrickville, Grenville County, Ontario, Corinne Gail Poapst, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced in 1990). His second wife was Judy Butchart, (to whom he was married 22 November 1990). No further records of possible offspring of the marriage of David William Gardner and Judy Butchart are presently available.


GARDNER, ROBERT JAMES PERCY / DUNLAP, LILA JOHNSTON

Robert James Percy Gardner was born 20 September 1894 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to William John Gardner and Mary Templeton, (to whom refer); died 21 February 1956 at Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario; buried in 1956 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His wife Lila Johnston Dunlap, (to whom he was married 21 April 1933 at Prescott, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 21 January 1898 at or near Millar's Corners, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario; died 6 June 1990 in Ontario; buried in June 1990 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Mary Eleanor Gardner, born 26 July 1934 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 20 October 1956 at East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, Edwin John Cooper; (2) David William Gardner, born 10 October 1938 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married, firstly, 16 June 1962 at Merrickville, Grenville County, Ontario, Corinne Gail Poapst, (from whom subsequently divorced in 1990), and, secondly, 22 November 1990, Judy Butchart.


GARDNER, WILLIAM JOHN / TEMPLETON, MARY

William John Gardner was born 22 September 1862 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Canada West, son to Robert Gardner and Mary Jane Claire; died 10 January 1928 at his residence near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario; buried in 1928 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His wife Mary Templeton, (to whom he was married 14 June 1893 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 22 July 1865 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to James Templeton and Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom refer); died 9 November 1943 in Ontario; buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Robert James Percy Gardner, born 20 September 1894 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 21 February 1956 at Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario, buried in 1956 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 21 April 1933 at Prescott, Grenville County, Ontario, Lila Johnston Dunlap; (2) Alice Zelba Gardner, born 19 August 1897 (not 26 August 1897 as erroneously suggested or indicated in the records of the Registrar-General of Ontario on the basis of mistaken information accidentally supplied by her maternal grandfather) at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 22 April 1994 at Bayfield Manor, Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario, buried 25 April 1994 at Alexander Union Cemetery, Bishop's Mills, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 30 October 1935 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, Wilfrid Fergus Morrison; (3) John Mansell Kirkwood Gardner, born 7 January 1900 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died unmarried 23 November 1937, buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario.


GATES, GEORGE / BRYAN, MARY JANE

George Gates was born 26 October 1910. His wife Mary Jane Bryan, (to whom he was married 6 January 1932), was born 23 November 1912, daughter to Thomas Bedford Bryan and Christena Morris, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Kenneth Lloyd Gates, born 8 June 1933, who married 21 July 1956, Marion Blackman; (2) Betty Laura Gates, born 3 September 1934, who married 25 July 1959, Ennis James; (3) Beverley June Gates, born 25 June 1937, who married 10 October 1964, Eldon Alberts.


GATES, KENNETH LLOYD / BLACKMAN, MARION

Kenneth Lloyd Gates was born 8 June 1933, son to George Gates and Mary Jane Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife Marion Blackman, (to whom he was married 21 July 1956), was born 30 March 1931. This couple begat issue: (1) Susan Christine Gates, born 17 May 1957; (2) Sharon Elizabeth Gates, born 21 January 1959; (3) Daniel Robert Gates, born 4 January 1962; (4) David Edward Gates, born 26 February 1964; (5) Barbara Louise Gates, born 7 June 1966.


GAVIN, JOHN / LEEDER, CHERYL ANNE

John Gavin. His wife Cheryl Anne Leeder was born 21 March 1947, daughter to Wilfrid Leeder and Jean Marie Bryan, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


GIRARD, BRYAN / TEMPLETON, IDA SUZANNE

Bryan Girard. His wife Ida Suzanne Templeton was born 25 September 1967 in Alberta, daughter to William Lincoln Templeton and Eva Mary Heaver, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


GRAY, WILLIAM ALFRED / CHIPMAN, PATRICIA ALISON

William Alfred Gray was born 15 August 1934. His wife Patricia Alison Chipman, (to whom he was married 21 September 1957), was born 3 June 1936, daughter to Samuel Gerald Chipman and Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Michael John Gray, born 15 September 1958; (2) Jennifer Arleen Gray, born 27 April 1960; (3) Peter Andrew Gray, born 16 May 1963; (4) Timothy William Gray, born 4 January 1965.


GREENHAM, DONALD WAYNE SCOTT / GIGG, JENNIFER ELIZABETH

Donald Wayne Scott Greenham was born 3 December 1942, son to Raymond Stewart Greenham and Marion Eleanor Scott, (to whom refer). His wife Jennifer Elizabeth Gigg, (to whom he was married 21 August 1970), was born 15 February 1946. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


GREENHAM, RAYMOND STEWART / SCOTT, MARION ELEANOR

Raymond Stewart Greenham was born 13 November 1922. His wife Marion Eleanor Scott, (to whom he was married 14 May 1941 at Lyn, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario), was born 11 April 1923 in Ontario, daughter to Leonard Templeton Scott and Lillian Erma Dixie, (to whom refer); died in 1989 in Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Rae Eleanor Scott Greenham, born 2 October 1941, who married 28 July 1973, Harry Alfred Kingstone; (2) Donald Wayne Scott Greenham, born 3 December 1942, who married 21 August, Jennifer Elizabeth Gigg.




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HALL, DOUGLAS MacKINNON / DeWOLFE, NANCY RUTH

Douglas MacKinnon Hall. His wife Nancy Ruth DeWolfe was born 5 July 1944, daughter to William B. DeWolfe and Frances Doreen McNeely, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Hillary Eden Hall, born 18 May 1969; (2) Russell William Douglas Hall, born 3 November 1971.


HENDERSON, RICHARD / McNEELY, HELEN JOAN

Richard Henderson. His wife Helen Joan McNeely, (to whom he was married in June 1959), was born 16 March 1932, daughter to Hubert A. McNeely and Lenna Bryan, (to whom refer). No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.


HUNTER, WILSON LESLEY / TEMPLETON, ALBERTA MARY HAZEL

Wilson Lesley Hunter was born 28 September 1916 at Millar's Corners, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to Edward Hunter and Elizabeth Ann "Lizzie" Law; married, secondly, Viola Victoria Lippert; died 18 February 2005 at the Baker Cancer Centre, Foothills Hospital, Calgary, Alberta in consequence of double pneumonia following upon cancer; cremated 22 February 2005 at Calgary, Alberta; ashes buried 12 March 2005 at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Maitland, Augusta Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His first wife Alberta Mary Hazel Templeton, (to whom he was married 31 March 1942 at Grace Presbyterian Church, Calgary, Alberta, with the Reverend Alfred Bright, Presbyterian Church in Canada, officiating and whom he subsequently callously abandoned), was born 9 October 1919 at Templeton Ranch, Norquay Municipal District, near Acme, Alberta, specifically on the North East Quarter of Section 15, Township 29, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, daughter to Charles Melville Templeton and Gertrude Barraclough, (to whom refer); christened 24 August 1926 at Templeton Ranch, Norquay Municipal District, near Acme, Alberta, specifically on the North East Quarter of Section 15, Township 29, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, (with the Reverend D. Whyte Smith, United Church of Canada, officiating); died 9 July 1988 at Calgary General Hospital, Calgary, Alberta in consequence of kidney and heart failure coupled with pneumonia following upon general physical and organic decline resulting from a stroke and cancer of the lung and bone structure; buried 13 July 1988 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta.




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INLOW, SHANE D. / MEYER, NANCY JANE

Shane D. Inlow. His wife Nancy Jane Meyer was born 23 May 1953, daughter to Arthur Edwy Meyer and Vivianne Fisher, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.




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JACK, DONALD JAMES / TEMPLETON, LOLA-JOY

Donald James Jack. His wife Lola-Joy Templeton, (to whom he was married 20 August 1966 at Riverview United Church, Calgary, Alberta), was born 25 August 1947 at Olds, Alberta, daughter to Arthur Edwin Ray Templeton and Margaret Aileen St. Clair, (to whom refer). In addition to adoption of children who, being "strangers in blood", are not to be further noted or documented in these records, this couple also begat issue: (1) James Ray Jack, born 25 January 1973, died in infancy, unmarried, 6 April 1973, buried in 1973 at Queen's Park Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta.


JAMES, ENNIS / GATES, BETTY LAURA

Ennis James was born 30 September 1934. His wife Betty Laura Gates, (to whom he was married 25 July 1959), was born 3 September 1934, daughter to George Gates and Mary Jane Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Frederick Thomas James, born 8 October 1961; (2) Laura Lynn James, born 24 September 1966.


JOHNSTON, AGNEW HERBERT / MacKAY, CHRISTINE

Agnew Herbert Johnston (Trustee and Chairman of the Board of Education of Fort William, Ontario, for whom a school is named at Thunder Bay, longest-serving Presbyterian minister to that time in a single congregation in Canada, 99th Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, etc.) was born 26 October 1906 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to John Johnston and Eliza Victoria Templeton, (to whom refer). His wife Christine MacKay, (to whom he was married 13 October 1951), was born 14 July 1921; died in 1995. This couple begat issue: (1) John Andrew Agnew Johnston, born 15 October 1952 at Fort William, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, who married, firstly, 2 June 1979, Amy Evelyn Gertz, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, ---; (2) Kenneth Niall Harcourt Johnston, born 26 June 1956 in Ontario; (3) Andrew MacKay Johnston, born 19 June 1958 in Ontario.


JOHNSTON, HARCOURT TEMPLETON / GIBB, MARGARET HENDRY

Harcourt Templeton Johnston was born 1 October 1902 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to John Johnston and Eliza Victoria Templeton, (to whom refer); fathered out of wedlock, prior to marriage, by one Alice Carson, a female child, (for further records of whom refer to the entry labelled "Alice Carson" in the "Supplementary" Section at the end of Part I. of this work); died in 1991. His wife Margaret Hendry Gibb, (to whom he was married 12 September 1945), was born 31 August 1916. Harcourt Templeton Johnston and Margaret Hendry Gibb begat issue: (1) Margaret Elizabeth Johnston, born 11 July 1955 in Ontario, who married 27 December 1980 at Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Donald P. O'Neill.


JOHNSTON, JOHN / TEMPLETON, ELIZA VICTORIA

John Johnston (Reeve of the Township of Oxford, Counties Councillor of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, etc., one of whose brothers The Honourable William Agnew Johnston served in succession as Member of the State House of Representatives, State Senator, State Attorney-General and finally Chief Justice of the State of Kansas, etc.) was born 23 January 1845, son to Mathew (or Matthew) Johnston (donor of the site for St. Matthew's Presbyterian Church, East Oxford, which was named in his honour, etc.) and Jane Agnew; married, firstly, 22 February 1871 at Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, Elizabeth Anderson; died 6 December 1924; buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His second wife Eliza Victoria Templeton, (to whom he was married 13 March 1900 at Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 15 April 1871 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to James Templeton and Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom refer); died 6 February 1940 at McKellar Hospital, Fort William, Thunder Bay District, Ontario; buried in 1940 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. John Johnston and Eliza Victoria Templeton begat issue: (1) Harcourt Templeton Johnston, born 1 October 1902 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, fathered out of wedlock, prior to marriage, by one Alice Carson, a female child, (for further records of whom refer to the entry labelled "Alice Carson" in the "Supplementary" Section at the end of Part I. of this work), died in 1991, who married 12 September 1945, Margaret Hendry Gibb; (2) Agnew Herbert Johnston (Trustee and Chairman of the Board of Education of Fort William, Ontario, for whom a school is named at Thunder Bay, longest-serving Presbyterian minister to that time in a single congregation in Canada, 99th Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, etc.), born 26 October 1906 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 13 October 1951, Christine MacKay; (3) Myrtle Mabel Johnston, born 9 September 1909 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died unmarried 21 October 1957 in Ontario, buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario.


JOHNSTON, JOHN ANDREW AGNEW / GERTZ, AMY EVELYN

John Andrew Agnew Johnston was born 15 October 1952 at Fort William, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, son to Agnew Herbert Johnston and Christine MacKay, (to whom refer); married, secondly, ---, (to whom also refer). His first wife Amy Evelyn Gertz, (to whom he was married 2 June 1979 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 18 December 1953 at Buffalo, Erie County, New York, daughter to John Blake Gertz and Diane June Stubinder. John Andrew Agnew Johnston and Amy Evelyn Gertz begat issue: (1) Ann Johnston.


JOHNSTON, JOHN ANDREW AGNEW / ---

John Andrew Agnew Johnston was born 15 October 1952 at Fort William, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, son to Agnew Herbert Johnston and Christine MacKay, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 2 June 1979, Amy Evelyn Gertz, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). His second wife was ---. No further records of possible offspring of the marriage of John Andrew Agnew Johnston and --- are presently available.


JOINER, HARRY NELSON / CHIPMAN, KAREN ELIZABETH

Harry Nelson Joiner was born 17 August 1938. His wife Karen Elizabeth Chipman, (to whom he was married 3 June 1966), was born 6 May 1939, daughter to Samuel Gerald Chipman and Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom refer); married, firstly, Paul Douglas McLaren, (to whom also refer). Harry Nelson Joiner and Karen Elizabeth Chipman begat issue: (1) Benjamin Andrew Joiner, born 11 May 1967.


JONES, DENNIS / TEMPLETON, MARY-ANN

Dennis Jones. His wife Mary-Ann Templeton, (to whom he was married 7 November 1981), was born 8 October 1955 at Lethbridge, Alberta, daughter to Arthur Edwin Ray Templeton and Margaret Aileen St. Clair, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Nathaniel Jones, who married Whitney Hemstock.


JONES, NATHANIEL / HEMSTOCK, WHITNEY

Nathaniel Jones was son to Dennis Jones and Mary-Ann Templeton, (to whom refer). His wife was Whitney Hemstock. This couple begat issue: (1) Cleopatra Jones.




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KEPLEY, D. / MEYER, TERRY LYNNE

D. Kepley. His wife Terry Lynne Meyer (Miss Edmonton and Miss Canada 1975, the 29th Miss Canada from 28 October 1974 to 3 November 1975, broadcasting host and on-air personality, entrepreneur, marketing executive, etc.) was born 20 January 1952, daughter to Arthur Edwy Meyer and Vivianne Fisher, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


KERRUISH, JAMES W. / SCOTT, ELEANOR LAURIE

James W. Kerruish was born 9 November 1939. His wife Eleanor Laurie Scott was born 20 September 1941, daughter to Walter Thomas Scott and Jean Davis McLean, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Laurie Lee Kerruish, born 8 April 1967.


KINGSTONE, HARRY ALFRED / GREENHAM, RAE ELEANOR SCOTT

Harry Alfred Kingstone. His wife Rae Eleanor Scott Greenham, (to whom he was married 28 July 1973), was born 2 October 1941, daughter to Raymond Stewart Greenham and Marion Eleanor Scott, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


KNAPP, BRYAN / SEED, COURTNEY

Bryan Knapp was son to Kenneth Knapp and Catherine Mary Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Courtney Seed. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


KNAPP, KENNETH / BRYAN, CATHERINE MARY

Kenneth Knapp. His wife Catherine Mary Bryan was born 28 August 1958, daughter to William Douglas Bryan and Faye Wilkins, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Amanda Knapp, who married Todd Wilson; (2) Philip Knapp, who married Christina Pielow; (3) Bryan Knapp, who married Courtney Seed.


KNAPP, PHILIP / PIELOW, CHRISTINA

Philip Knapp was son to Kenneth Knapp and Catherine Mary Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Christina Pielow. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.




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LAKE, EARL / BURTCH, SHARON ROCHELLE

Earl Lake. His wife Sharon Rochelle Burtch was born 9 May 1939, daughter to Herbert Burtch and Helen Jane Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Earl Carl Lake, born 14 August 1958; (2) Kevin Herbert Lake, born 22 June 1962; (3) Timothy Frederick Lake, born 28 December 1971.


LARSEN, BRIAN / MEYER, LAURA ANN

Brian Larsen. His wife Laura Ann Meyer was born 26 April 1957, daughter to Arthur Edwy Meyer and Vivianne Fisher, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


LEEDER, WILFRID / BRYAN, JEAN MARIE

Wilfrid Leeder was born 3 February 1922. His wife Jean Marie Bryan was born antenuptially 17 September 1928, daughter to Harold Thomas Bryan and Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Cheryl Anne Leeder, born 21 March 1947, who married John Gavin.




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MacWILLIAMS, RONALD CAMPBELL / TEMPLETON, IDA PATRICIA

Ronald Campbell MacWilliams (like his brothers a renowned championship golfer and athlete, and brother to Andrew Carson MacWilliams, QC, noted legal counsel and City Solicitor of The City of Calgary, etc.) was born 14 June 1906, son to Andrew MacWilliams (prominent Presbyterian clergyman, civic and community leader, Registrar of Calgary College, etc.) and Effie Martha Carson (well-known Calgary socialite, service club and charity organiser, President of the Local Council of Women, etc.); died 12 October 1953 in the garage at his residence, 1640 14 Avenue South West, Calgary, Alberta (afterward the site of the Sunalta Community Wildflower Garden, otherwise sometimes referred to as Templeton-MacWilliams Park). His wife Ida Patricia Templeton, (to whom he was married 30 December 1940), was born 4 August 1914, daughter to John Wellington Templeton and Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Nora Patricia MacWilliams, born 14 November 1941, who married 7 October 1961, Allan Leslie Short, (from whom subsequently divorced); (2) Ronald James MacWilliams, born 24 August 1946.


MARESH, KENNETH ROY / SCOTT, SANDRA RUTH

Kenneth Roy Maresh was born 14 June 1938. His wife Sandra Ruth Scott was born 27 September 1939, daughter to Harold Bedford Scott and Ruth Shields, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Scott Anthony Maresh, born 20 April 1960; (2) Kenneth Roy Maresh II., born 26 November 1961; (3) Pamela Jean Maresh, born 23 February 1963; (4) Edward Alan Maresh, born 1 August 1967; (5) Stacey Allen Maresh, born 7 May 1970.


MARVIN (or MARVEN), CALVIN OSMAN / DOOLAN, MARY

Calvin Osman Marvin (or Marven) (a veteran of Company "A", 15th Michigan Infantry, wounded in Action in the Yankee Civil War, unfortunately in the service of the union rather than of the Confederacy, etc.) was born 23 March 1821 or 23 March 1822 (depending upon sources) at South Crosby Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, son to Calvin Marvin (or Marven) and Clarissa Bates; died 4 October 1902 at or near Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan; buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. His wife Mary Doolan, (to whom he was married 17 July 1849 in Canada West), was born 26 May 1819 or 26 May 1820 or 26 May 1826 (depending upon sources) in Ireland, daughter to William Doolan and Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath), (to whom refer); died 1 April 1906 near Findley, Colon Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan; buried in 1906 at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. This couple begat issue: (1) Edgerton R. Marvin, born 3 September 1850 at South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died 1 June 1926 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, who married 18 December 1881 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, Frances "Fannie" or "Fanny" Cross; (2) Erigus F. Marvin, born 20 October 1853 at South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Canada West, died 26 February 1922 ‎at Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan, who married in 1874 at Three Rivers, Lockport Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, Priscilla Jane Kline; (3) Wilhelmina "Mina" Marvin, born 15 August 1855 at St. Joseph County, Michigan, died 29 November 1918 ‎at‎ Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, who married in or about 1876 or 1877, Hyman Fuller Whitman; (4) Orien Ernest Marvin, born 9 October 1856 at St. Joseph County, Michigan, died 18 December 1896 at or near Colon, Colon Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan.


MARVIN, EDGERTON R. / CROSS, FRANCES

Edgerton R. Marvin was born 3 September 1850 at South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Canada West, son to Calvin Osman Marvin (or Marven) and Mary Doolan, (to whom refer); died 1 June 1926 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. His wife Frances "Fannie" or "Fanny" Cross, (to whom he was married 18 December 1881 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan), was born 17 May 1862 at South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Canada West or at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan (depending upon sources), daughter to Leonard C. Cross and ---; died 10 October 1905 at her residence, North Third Street, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan; buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. This couple begat issue: (1) Vernon Earl Marvin, born 23 April 1883 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died early, unmarried, 17 September 1884 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan; (2) Mary Leona Marvin, born 11 August 1886 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died early, unmarried, in 1905, buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan; (3) Carl Osman Marvin, born 26 January 1888 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died early, unmarried, 4 December 1888, buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan; (4) Gael (or Jael) Engus (or Erigus) Marvin, born 21 January 1890 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died 25 June 1963 at his residence, 728 North San Josť Street, Stockton, San Joaquin County, California, buried 28 June 1963 at Park View Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin County, California, who married in or about 1910 or 1911, Hazel Vivian ---; (5) Edna Fay Marvin, born 31 January 1894 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died in March 1967 probably at or near Highland Park, Wayne County, Michigan, who married 11 October 1919 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, Jay Edwin Boucher.


MARVIN, ERIGUS F. / KLINE, PRISCILLA JANE

Erigus F. Marvin was born 20 October 1853 at South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Canada West, son to Calvin Osman Marvin (or Marven) and Mary Doolan, (to whom refer); died 26 February 1922 ‎at Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo County, Michigan. His wife Priscilla Jane Kline, (to whom he was married in 1874 at Three Rivers, Lockport Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan), was born 20 May 1857 at or near Beavertown, Snyder County, Pennsylvania. This couple begat issue: (1) Estella Leonora Marvin, born 24 April 1876 at Nottawa Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan or at or near Sturgis, St. Joseph County, Michigan (depending upon sources), died 4 February 1961 at Piedmont, Alameda County, California, who married 19 May 1901, Clarke Emerson Pomeroy; (2) Alta L. Marvin, born 16 December 1877 at Nottawa Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died 16 November 1912 at Oakland, Alameda County, California; (3) Bertha L. Marvin, born 5 March 1880 at or near Raymond, Rice County, Kansas.


MARVIN, GAEL (or JAEL) ENGUS (or ERIGUS) / ---, HAZEL VIVIAN

Gael (or Jael) Engus (or Erigus) Marvin was born 21 January 1890 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, son to Edgerton R. Marvin and Frances "Fannie" or "Fanny" Cross, (to whom refer); died 25 June 1963 at his residence, 728 North San Josť Street, Stockton, San Joaquin County, California; buried 28 June 1963 at Park View Cemetery, Stockton, San Joaquin County, California. His wife Hazel Vivian ---, (to whom he was married in or about 1910 or 1911), was born in or about 1893 or 1894 in Kentucky. This couple begat issue: (1) Mary E. Marvin, who married --- Starr; (2) Margaret J. Marvin, who married --- Perko.


McLAREN, PAUL DOUGLAS / CHIPMAN, KAREN ELIZABETH

Paul Douglas McLaren was born 2 November 1936; died 25 May 1962. His wife Karen Elizabeth Chipman was born 6 May 1939, daughter to Samuel Gerald Chipman and Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 3 June 1966, Harry Nelson Joiner, (to whom also refer). Paul Douglas McLaren and Karen Elizabeth Chipman begat issue: (1) Paul Dale McLaren, born 23 May 1960; (2) Anthony Shawn McLaren, born 24 August 1961.


McLEOD, GORDON / CHIPMAN, BEVERLEY ALENA

Gordon McLeod was born 4 December 1928. His wife Beverley Alena Chipman, (to whom he was married 6 September 1951 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 11 June 1932, daughter to Samuel Gerald Chipman and Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 3 May 1963, Gordon Bothwell Wansbrough, (to whom also refer). Gordon McLeod and Beverley Alena Chipman begat issue: (1) Candace Aileen McLeod, born 28 August 1952, who married Brian Franklin; (2) Gregory Leroy Chipman McLeod, born 9 October 1955.


McNEELY, DONALD KEITH / RABBIE, JOAN

Donald Keith McNeely was born 10 October 1952, son to Douglas Keith McNeely and Mary Barnes, (to whom refer). His wife was Joan Rabbie. This couple begat issue: (1) Carrie Ann McNeely, born 20 August 1972; (2) Terry Lynn McNeely, born 3 December 1974.


McNEELY, DOUGLAS KEITH / BARNES, MARY

Douglas Keith McNeely was born 27 October 1926, son to Hubert A. McNeely and Lenna Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Mary Barnes. This couple begat issue: (1) Donald Keith McNeely, born 10 October 1952, who married Joan Rabbie; (2) Linda Louise McNeely, born 6 October 1954, who married James Offord; (3) James Allen McNeely, born 8 February 1956; (4) Sandra Ann McNeely, born 25 January 1957; (5) William Earl McNeely, born 22 May 1960; (6) Robert John McNeely, born 18 December 1961.


McNEELY, HUBERT A. / BRYAN, LENNA

Hubert A. McNeely died 20 October 1973. His wife Lenna Bryan, (to whom he was married 15 September 1920), was born 19 April 1895 at or near Lyndhurst, Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, daughter to William Jacob Bryan and Margaret Ann Moorehead, (to whom refer); died 13 February 1976 at St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital, Kingston, Frontenac County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Frances Doreen McNeely, born 15 March 1921, who married 17 July 1943, William B. DeWolfe; (2) James Earl McNeely, born 19 February 1925, who married Helen Doyle; (3) Douglas Keith McNeely, born 27 October 1926, who married Mary Barnes; (4) Margaret Eleanor McNeely, born 17 February 1929, who married John Rodgers; (5) Helen Joan McNeely, born 16 March 1932, who married in June 1959, Richard Henderson; (6) Hubert John Frederick McNeely, born 30 October 1934, who married 2 December 1961, Joan Stewart.


McNEELY, HUBERT JOHN FREDERICK / STEWART, JOAN

Hubert John Frederick McNeely was born 30 October 1934, son to Hubert A. McNeely and Lenna Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Joan Stewart, (to whom he was married 2 December 1961). No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.


McNEELY, JAMES EARL / DOYLE, HELEN

James Earl McNeely was born 19 February 1925, son to Hubert A. McNeely and Lenna Bryan, (to whom refer). His wife was Helen Doyle. This couple begat issue: (1) Joseph Earl McNeely, born 30 August 1956; (2) Helen Marie McNeely, born 26 November 1957; (3) Hubert John McNeely, born 14 March 1959; (4) Elizabeth Ann McNeely, born 30 November 1960; (5) Thomas Edward McNeely, born 23 December 1961; (6) Laurie Elaine McNeely, born 17 April 1965.


MERIWETHER, JAMES HUNTER, III. / BERGER, VIRGINIA JANE

James Hunter Meriwether III. was born 17 September 1934. His wife Virginia Jane Berger, (to whom he was married 20 June 1957), was born 13 September 1934, daughter to Harold Elmer Berger and Ethel Margaret Doolan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Lucinda dePauw Meriwether, born 4 July 1960; (2) Margaret Hollyday Meriwether, born 18 October 1961; (3) James Hunter Meriwether IV., born 16 November 1963; (4) Melinda Caroline Meriwether, born 19 June 1970.


MEYER, ARTHUR EDWY / FISHER, VIVIANNE

Arthur Edwy Meyer (distinguished petroleum engineer, Governor of The University of Calgary, etc.) was born 7 September 1927 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, son to Frank Spencer Meyer and Mildred Louise Murphy, (to whom refer). His wife Vivianne Fisher, (to whom he was married 14 July 1951 at Yorkton, Saskatchewan), was born 15 January 1928. This couple begat issue: (1) Terry Lynne Meyer (Miss Edmonton and Miss Canada 1975, the 29th Miss Canada from 28 October 1974 to 3 November 1975, broadcasting host and on-air personality, entrepreneur, marketing executive, etc.), born 20 January 1952, who married D. Kepley; (2) Nancy Jane Meyer, born 23 May 1953, who married Shane D. Inlow; (3) Daniel Frank Meyer, born 14 December 1954; (4) Laura Ann Meyer, born 26 April 1957, who married Brian Larsen; (5) John Arthur Kenneth Meyer, born 3 December 1958.


MEYER, FRANK SPENCER / MURPHY, MILDRED LOUISE

Frank Spencer Meyer was born 5 July 1887 at or near Dublin, Dublin City County, Leinster Province, Ireland; died 16 July 1951 at Yorkton, Saskatchewan. His wife Mildred Louise Murphy, (to whom he was married 6 September 1924 at Winnipeg, Manitoba), was born 14 June 1899 at New York City, New York, daughter to Luther E. Murphy and Mary Ann Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Mary Joyce Meyer, born 16 June 1926 at Winnipeg, Manitoba; (2) Arthur Edwy Meyer (distinguished petroleum engineer, Governor of The University of Calgary, etc.), born 7 September 1927 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, who married 14 July 1951 at Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Vivianne Fisher.


MORRISON, WILFRID FERGUS / GARDNER, ALICE ZELBA

Wilfrid Fergus Morrison was born 28 November 1895 at or near Bishop's Mills, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to James Morrison and Ellen McCoy; married, firstly, Pearl McClintock; died 24 March 1975 in Ontario; buried in 1975 at Alexander Union Cemetery, Bishop's Mills, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His second wife Alice Zelba Gardner, (to whom he was married 30 October 1935 at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 19 August 1897 (not 26 August 1897 as erroneously suggested or indicated in the records of the Registrar-General of Ontario on the basis of mistaken information accidentally supplied by her maternal grandfather) at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to William John Gardner and Mary Templeton, (to whom refer); died 22 April 1994 at Bayfield Manor, Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario; buried 25 April 1994 at Alexander Union Cemetery, Bishop's Mills, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Wilfrid Fergus Morrison and Alice Zelba Gardner.


MURPHY, LUTHER E. / BRYAN, MARY ANN

Luther E. Murphy was born 19 April 1860. His wife Mary Ann Bryan, (to whom he was married 7 August 1889), was born 10 November 1864, daughter to William Peter Bryan and Deborah A. Doolan, (to whom refer); died 24 March 1944. This couple begat issue: (1) Ethel Marion Murphy, born 6 June 1890, died unmarried 27 July 1946; (2) Mildred Louise Murphy, born 14 June 1899 at New York City, New York, who married 6 September 1924 at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Frank Spencer Meyer.




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OFFORD, JAMES / McNEELY, LINDA LOUISE

James Offord. His wife Linda Louise McNeely was born 6 October 1954, daughter to Douglas Keith McNeely and Mary Barnes, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Jeffrey James Offord, born 25 September 1972; (2) Sarah Jane Offord, born 9 March 1975.


O'NEILL, DONALD P. / JOHNSTON, MARGARET ELIZABETH

Donald P. O'Neill. His wife Margaret Elizabeth Johnston, (to whom he was married 27 December 1980 at Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay District, Ontario), was born 11 July 1955 in Ontario, daughter to Harcourt Templeton Johnston and Margaret Hendry Gibb, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.




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PERKO, --- / MARVIN, MARGARET J.

--- Perko. His wife Margaret J. Marvin was daughter to Gael (or Jael) Engus (or Erigus) Marvin and Hazel Vivian ---, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


POMEROY, CLARKE EMERSON / MARVIN, ESTELLA LEONORA

Clarke Emerson Pomeroy was born 25 April 1875 in Illinois. His wife Estella Leonora Marvin, (to whom he was married 19 May 1901), was born 24 April 1876 at Nottawa Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan or at or near Sturgis, St. Joseph County, Michigan (depending upon sources), daughter to Erigus F. Marvin and Priscilla Jane Kline, (to whom refer); died 4 February 1961 at Piedmont, Alameda County, California. This couple begat issue: (1) Helen Marvin Pomeroy, born 14 March 1902 at Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; (2) Fletcher Marvin Pomeroy, born 18 July 1905 at Geneva, Ontario County, New York, died 1 April 1983 ‎at‎ Sonoma County, California; (3) Clarke Marvin Pomeroy, born 16 September 1909 at Oakland, Alameda County, California, died 16 April 1991 ‎at Harris County, Texas, who married Ruth Graff; (4) Marvin Berry Pomeroy, born 10 November 1914 at Oakland, Alameda County, California, died 21 May 1991, who married Theodoria C. ---.


POMEROY, CLARKE MARVIN / GRAFF, RUTH

Clarke Marvin Pomeroy was born 16 September 1909 at Oakland, Alameda County, California, son to Clarke Emerson Pomeroy and Estella Leonora Marvin, (to whom refer); died 16 April 1991 ‎at Harris County, Texas. His wife Ruth Graff was born 17 October 1907; died 1 May 1983 at Harris County, Texas. This couple begat issue: (1) Helen Graff Pomeroy.


POMEROY, MARVIN BERRY / ---, THEODORIA C.

Marvin Berry Pomeroy was born 10 November 1914 at Oakland, Alameda County, California, son to Clarke Emerson Pomeroy and Estella Leonora Marvin, (to whom refer); died 21 May 1991. His wife was Theodoria C. ---. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.




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RAPH (RALPH or RATH), --- / ---

--- Raph (Ralph or Rath) was born in Ireland; died in Ireland. His wife --- was born in Ireland; died in Ireland. This couple begat issue: (1) Mary Raph (Ralph or Rath), born in or about 1788, 1789 or 1790 in Ireland, died 10 April 1874 near Morton, South Crosby Township, Leeds County, Ontario in consequence of causes incident to advanced age exacerbated by four years' suffering with St. Anthony's Fire (erysipelas), buried in 1874 at St. John's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as Leeds Cemetery), Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married, firstly, in Ireland, William Doolan, and, secondly, in Upper Canada, Robert Dixon.


REUVERS, TYLER / CRATE, JILLIAN

Tyler Reuvers. His wife Jillian Crate was daughter to Donald Crate and Vicki Lynne Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Olivia Reuvers.


RODGERS, JOHN / McNEELY, MARGARET ELEANOR

John Rodgers. His wife Margaret Eleanor McNeely was born 17 February 1929, daughter to Hubert A. McNeely and Lenna Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Janet Joanne Rodgers, born 14 June 1959; (2) Karen Louise Rodgers, born 6 August 1963; (3) John Richard Rodgers, born 11 December 1968.




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SCOTT, ARTHUR ALLAN / KINCH, GLENNA ALTHEA

Arthur Allan Scott was born 11 January 1904 in Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer). His wife Glenna Althea Kinch, (to whom he was married 21 September 1926), was born in 1905. This couple begat issue: (1) Fleeta Jacqueline Scott, born 28 April 1928 in Ontario, died early, unmarried, 15 September 1939 in Ontario.


SCOTT, HAROLD BEDFORD / SHIELDS, RUTH

Harold Bedford Scott was born 15 March 1906 in Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer); died 5 May 1980. His wife Ruth Shields died in October 1950. This couple begat issue: (1) William John Scott II., born 1 August 1935, who married Mary Diane Patreka; (2) Sandra Ruth Scott, born 27 September 1939, who married Kenneth Roy Maresh; (3) Robert Newton Scott, born 18 January 1941 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, who married 22 October 1960, Georgia Lee Swanson.


SCOTT, LEONARD TEMPLETON / DIXIE, LILLIAN ERMA

Leonard Templeton Scott was born 13 December 1899 in Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer); died 2 March 1985 in Ontario. His wife Lillian Erma Dixie, (to whom he was married 6 July 1921), was born 15 May 1899; died 9 March 1993 in Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Marion Eleanor Scott, born 11 April 1923 in Ontario, died in 1989 in Ontario, who married 14 May 1941 at Lyn, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, Raymond Stewart Greenham.


SCOTT, ROBERT JOHN / CHRISTIE, OLIVE

Robert John Scott was born 21 March 1898 in Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 28 August 1943, Mary Delores Moore, (to whom also refer). His first wife was Olive Christie, (to whom he was married in January 1921 and from whom subsequently divorced). No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Robert John Scott and Olive Christie.


SCOTT, ROBERT JOHN / MOORE, MARY DELORES

Robert John Scott was born 21 March 1898 in Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer); married, firstly, in January 1921, Olive Christie, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). His second wife was Mary Delores Moore, (to whom he was married 28 August 1943). No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Robert John Scott and Mary Delores Moore.


SCOTT, ROBERT NEWTON / SWANSON, GEORGIA LEE

Robert Newton Scott was born 18 January 1941 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, son to Harold Bedford Scott and Ruth Shields, (to whom refer). His wife Georgia Lee Swanson, (to whom he was married 22 October 1960), was born 30 August 1942 at Centralia, Lewis County, Washington. This couple begat issue: (1) Deborah Lynn Scott, born 25 February 1962 at Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan; (2) Kimberly Ann Scott, born 21 February 1964 at Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington; (3) Gayle Christine Scott, born 4 June 1968 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.


SCOTT, WALTER THOMAS / McLEAN, JEAN DAVIS

Walter Thomas Scott was born 9 April 1908 in Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer); died 2 November 1972. His wife Jean Davis McLean, (to whom he was married 15 July 1937), died 15 May 1983. This couple begat issue: (1) a male child, unnamed, born 9 March 1939, died at birth or in extreme infancy, unmarried, 9 March 1939; (2) Eleanor Laurie Scott, born 20 September 1941, who married James W. Kerruish.


SCOTT, WILLIAM ALBERT / LYONS, MARY LURA

William Albert Scott was born 4 January 1902 at or near Addison, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, son to William John Scott and Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom refer); died 8 December 1977 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. His wife Mary Lura Lyons, (to whom he was married 24 October 1926, not in June 1927 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources, at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario), was born 18 June 1903 at or near Newboyne, Bastard Township, Leeds County, Ontario, daughter to Edward Lyons and Martha Emily Drummond; died in January 1958 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.


SCOTT, WILLIAM JOHN / TEMPLETON, WILHELMINA

William John Scott was born 10 August 1861; died 20 March 1945; buried in 1945 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario. His wife Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, (to whom he was married 25 October 1893 in Ontario), was born a twin 29 June 1868 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to James Templeton and Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom refer); died 19 July 1940 in Ontario; buried in July 1940 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) Lloyd James Daniel Scott, born 29 October 1895 in Ontario, died (killed) on Active Service, World War I., unmarried, 29 September 1918 during the breaking of the Hindenburg Line (not at the Battle of Cambrai as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources but which actually occurred the previous year), buried in 1918 at Bourlon Wood Allied War Cemetery, Bois de Bourlon, Pais-de-Calais Department, Nord-Pas-de-Calais Region, the French Republic; (2) Robert John Scott, born 21 March 1898 in Ontario, who married, firstly, in January 1921, Olive Christie, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, 28 August 1943, Mary Delores Moore; (3) Leonard Templeton Scott, born 13 December 1899 in Ontario, died 2 March 1985 in Ontario, who married 6 July 1921, Lillian Erma Dixie; (4) William Albert Scott, born 4 January 1902 at or near Addison, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, died 8 December 1977 at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, who married 24 October 1926 (not in June 1927 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at Brockville, Leeds County, Ontario, Mary Lura Lyons; (5) Arthur Allan Scott, born 11 January 1904 in Ontario, who married 21 September 1926, Glenna Althea Kinch; (6) Harold Bedford Scott, born 15 March 1906 in Ontario, died 5 May 1980, who married Ruth Shields; (7) Walter Thomas Scott, born 9 April 1908 in Ontario, died 2 November 1972, who married 15 July 1937, Jean Davis McLean; (8) Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, born 30 September 1910 in Ontario, who married 19 December 1928 at Toronto, York County, Ontario, Harold Thomas Bryan.


SCOTT, WILLIAM JOHN, II. / PATREKA, MARY DIANE

William John Scott II. was born 1 August 1935, son to Harold Bedford Scott and Ruth Shields, (to whom refer). His wife Mary Diane Patreka was born 17 May 1939. This couple begat issue: (1) Cynthia Ann Scott, born 13 April 1957; (2) William John Scott III., born 10 May 1958; (3) Gregory Robert Scott, born 13 March 1960; (4) Jeffrey Alan Scott, born 24 January 1961.


SHORT, ALLAN LESLIE / MacWILLIAMS, NORA PATRICIA

Allan Leslie Short was born 22 September 1937. His wife Nora Patricia MacWilliams, (to whom he was married 7 October 1961 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 14 November 1941, daughter to Ronald Campbell MacWilliams and Ida Patricia Templeton, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Steven Grant Short, born 12 November 1964 at Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California; (2) Patricia Lillian Short, born 6 April 1970 at Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California.


SLY, WAYNE / BURTCH, SHEILA MARLENE

Wayne Sly. His wife Sheila Marlene Burtch was born 30 April 1938, daughter to Herbert Burtch and Helen Jane Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Valerie Anne Sly, born 30 April 1964; (2) Mark Wayne Sly, born 26 January 1967.


STARR, --- / MARVIN, MARY E.

--- Starr. His wife Mary E. Marvin was daughter to Gael (or Jael) Engus (or Erigus) Marvin and Hazel Vivian ---, (to whom refer). No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


STEVENSON, LeROY / McLAUGHLAN (or CARSON), JOAN

LeRoy Stevenson. His wife Joan McLaughlan (or Carson), (to whom he was married 12 June 1962), was born out of wedlock, daughter to Harcourt Templeton Johnston by one Alice Carson, (to whom refer in the entry labelled "Alice Carson" in the "Supplementary" Section at the end of Part I. of this work), afterward assuming and bearing her stepfather's surname McLaughlan in lieu of that of Carson. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.




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TEMPLETON, ARTHUR EDWIN RAY / ST. CLAIR, MARGARET AILEEN

Arthur Edwin Ray Templeton was born 14 June 1918 at Templeton Ranch, Norquay Municipal District, near Acme, Alberta, specifically on the North East Quarter of Section 15, Township 29, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, son to Charles Melville Templeton and Gertrude Barraclough, (to whom refer); legally altered his name from Raymond to Ray; died 17 March 1997. His wife Margaret Aileen St. Clair, (to whom he was married 13 July 1943), was born 28 November 1913 in Alberta; died 28 March 2007 at Calgary, Alberta; cremated in 2007 at Calgary, Alberta. This couple begat issue: (1) John Arthur Templeton, born 6 November 1944 at Calgary, Alberta, died 26 December 2011 in consequence of cancer, who married, firstly, 6 May 1967 at Calgary, Alberta, Brenda-Joy Chamberlain, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, Vi ---; (2) Lola-Joy Templeton, born 25 August 1947 at Olds, Alberta, who married 20 August 1966 at Riverview United Church, Calgary, Alberta, Donald James Jack; (3) Mary-Ann Templeton, born 8 October 1955 at Lethbridge, Alberta, who married 7 November 1981, Dennis Jones.


TEMPLETON, CECIL ALFRED / ---, RUTH NOREEN

Cecil Alfred Templeton was born 10 November 1902, son to John Wellington Templeton and Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom refer); died 5 January 1954. His wife Ruth Noreen ---, (to whom he was married 12 October 1923), died in June 1965. This couple begat issue: (1) a child, name, if any, and sex unrecorded, born in Autumn 1929, died at birth or in extreme infancy, unmarried, same day in Autumn 1929.


TEMPLETON, CHARLES MELVILLE / BARRACLOUGH, GERTRUDE

Charles Melville Templeton (Trustee, Board of Trustees, Kia Ora School District, Alberta, etc.) was born 25 September 1892 (not 24 September 1892 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to James Arthur Templeton and Mary Eleanor Thompson, (to whom refer); christened Charles Melville (not Charles Melvin as erroneously inscribed upon his tombstone); died 3 September 1942 at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, Alberta; buried 7 September 1942 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. His wife Gertrude Barraclough, (to whom he was married 28 September 1915 at the residence of the Reverend James Luke Jordan, 2130 4 Avenue North West, Calgary, Alberta, with the Reverend James Luke Jordan, Emmanuel Baptist Church, officiating), was born 21 September 1894 probably at or near Centre Vale, Triangle, Sowerby Township, Halifax Parish, West Riding, York County, England, daughter to Edwin Barraclough and Lucy Ann Lumb; christened 27 April 1895 at St. John the Divine's Anglican Church, Thorpe, Triangle, Sowerby Urban District, West Riding, York County, England; died 10 December 1965 at the residence of her only daughter, Calgary, Alberta; buried 14 December 1965 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, (with the Reverend Douglas B. Carr, United Church of Canada, officiating). This couple begat issue: (1) Charles Stanley Hugh Templeton, born 22 May 1916 at the English Nursing Home, Calgary, Alberta, died 13 February 1978 at his residence, Calgary, Alberta in consequence of cardiac failure following upon severe respiratory distress resulting from influenza, buried 15 February 1978 at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Rocky View Municipal District, near Calgary, Alberta, (with the Reverend Douglas B. Carr, United Church of Canada, officiating), who married, firstly, in November 1938, Phyllis Isabel Taylor, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, 1 March 1947 at the Study, Scarboro United Church, Calgary, Alberta, Barbara Helen Woodford; (2) Arthur Edwin Ray Templeton, born 14 June 1918 at Templeton Ranch, Norquay Municipal District, near Acme, Alberta, specifically on the North East Quarter of Section 15, Township 29, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, legally altered his name from Raymond to Ray, died 17 March 1997, who married 13 July 1943, Margaret Aileen St. Clair; (3) Alberta Mary Hazel Templeton, born 9 October 1919 at Templeton Ranch, Norquay Municipal District, near Acme, Alberta, specifically on the North East Quarter of Section 15, Township 29, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, christened 24 August 1926 at Templeton Ranch, Norquay Municipal District, near Acme, Alberta, specifically on the North East Quarter of Section 15, Township 29, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, (with the Reverend D. Whyte Smith, United Church of Canada, officiating), died 9 July 1988 at Calgary General Hospital, Calgary, Alberta in consequence of kidney and heart failure coupled with pneumonia following upon general physical and organic decline resulting from a stroke and cancer of the lung and bone structure, buried 13 July 1988 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, who married 31 March 1942 at Grace Presbyterian Church, Calgary, Alberta, (with the Reverend Alfred Bright, Presbyterian Church in Canada, officiating), Wilson Lesley Hunter, (by whom subsequently callously abandoned).


TEMPLETON, CHARLES STANLEY HUGH / TAYLOR, PHYLLIS ISABEL

Charles Stanley Hugh Templeton was born 22 May 1916 at the English Nursing Home, Calgary, Alberta, son to Charles Melville Templeton and Gertrude Barraclough, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 1 March 1947 at the Study, Scarboro United Church, Calgary, Alberta, Barbara Helen Woodford, (to whom also refer); died 13 February 1978 at his residence, Calgary, Alberta in consequence of cardiac failure following upon severe respiratory distress resulting from influenza; buried 15 February 1978 at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Rocky View Municipal District, near Calgary, Alberta, (with the Reverend Douglas B. Carr, United Church of Canada, officiating). His first wife Phyllis Isabel Taylor (aunt to The Honourable Robert Curtis Clark, Member of the Legislative Assembly, a Minister of The Crown in the Provincial Cabinet and finally Provincial Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition in and for the Province of Alberta, etc.), (to whom he was married in November 1938 and from whom subsequently divorced), was born 8 March 1919 at Calgary, Alberta, daughter to William Edgar Taylor and Mary Ellen James; married, secondly, Bertram Plastow; died 5 June 1981 at Calgary, Alberta in consequence of cancer; buried 9 June 1981 at Queen's Park Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Charles Stanley Hugh Templeton and Phyllis Isabel Taylor; however this couple adopted one male child who, being a "stranger in blood", is not to be further noted or documented in these records and whose custody in any case reverted to the adoption authorities consequent upon the couple's divorce.


TEMPLETON, CHARLES STANLEY HUGH / WOODFORD, BARBARA HELEN

Charles Stanley Hugh Templeton was born 22 May 1916 at the English Nursing Home, Calgary, Alberta, son to Charles Melville Templeton and Gertrude Barraclough, (to whom refer); married, firstly, in November 1938, Phyllis Isabel Taylor, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced); died 13 February 1978 at his residence, Calgary, Alberta in consequence of cardiac failure following upon severe respiratory distress resulting from influenza; buried 15 February 1978 at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Rocky View Municipal District, near Calgary, Alberta, (with the Reverend Douglas B. Carr, United Church of Canada, officiating). His second wife Barbara Helen Woodford, (to whom he was married 1 March 1947 at the Study, Scarboro United Church, Calgary, Alberta), was born 24 March 1922 at Northampton, Northampton County, England, daughter to Herbert G. "Bert" Woodford and Ellen Elsie "Nellie" Field (whose second husband Harry Bowell was grandnephew to The Honourable Sir Mackenzie Bowell, PC, KCMG, Senator and Prime Minister of Canada, Grand Master of the Loyal Orange Lodge of British North America, etc.); died 7 March 1987 at Calgary, Alberta in consequence of cancer; buried 12 March 1987 at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Rocky View Municipal District, near Calgary, Alberta. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Charles Stanley Hugh Templeton and Barbara Helen Woodford; however this couple adopted one male and one female child who, being "strangers in blood", are not to be further noted or documented in these records.


TEMPLETON, HAROLD JAMES / OSBORNE, NELLIE LOUISE

Harold James Templeton was born 18 June 1906, son to John Wellington Templeton and Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom refer); died 10 April 1979 at Lethbridge, Alberta; buried 12 April 1979 at Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge, Alberta. His wife Nellie Louise Osborne, (to whom he was married 27 April 1935), was born 16 March 1908. In addition to later adoption of twin female children who, being "strangers in blood", are not to be further noted or documented in these records, this couple had earlier begotten issue: (1) Carl Alfred Templeton, born a twin 7 August 1937, died in infancy, unmarried, 8 August 1937; (2) William Thomas Templeton, born a twin 7 August 1937, died in infancy, unmarried, 8 August 1937; (3) Barbara Louise Templeton, born 15 April 1939, died early, unmarried, 3 January 1941 in consequence of leukemia.


TEMPLETON, JAMES / DOOLAN, MARY ANN

James Templeton (Trustee, Board of Trustees, Patterson's Corners School District, Ontario, etc.) was born 12 March 1831 (according to some sources and his son's statement) or 23 March 1831 (according to some sources and his own statement) or in March 1832 (according to some sources) at or near Larne, Inver Parish or Larne Parish, Lower Belfast Barony or Upper Glenarm Barony, Antrim County, Ulster Province, Ireland, son to James Templeton and Mary Millar; died 4 September 1913 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario; buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His wife Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom he was married in December 1857 in Canada West), was born 8 March 1834 (according to some sources) or 8 March 1835 (according to some sources and her own statement) at Elizabethtown Township, Johnstown Municipal District, Upper Canada, daughter to William Doolan and Mary Barrington, (to whom refer); died 9 February 1912 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario; buried in 1912 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. In addition to the upbringing of an unrelated servant girl, Alice Davis, this couple also begat issue: (1) James Arthur Templeton (together with his youngest brother John Wellington Templeton, a pioneer Alberta rancher, land speculator, business magnate, financier, philanthropist, etc.), born 30 December 1860 (according to some sources and his own statement) or 31 December 1860 (according to some sources and both his parents' and his cousin's statements) at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Canada West, died 24 September 1946 at Calgary General Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, buried in September 1946 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, who married 26 April 1887 at Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario, Mary Eleanor Thompson; (2) Mary Templeton, born 22 July 1865 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Canada West, died 9 November 1943 in Ontario, buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 14 June 1893 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, William John Gardner; (3) William Templeton, born a twin 29 June 1868 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 16 July 1925 in Ontario, buried in July 1925 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 14 March 1900 in Ontario, Bertha Edna Gardner; (4) Wilhelmina "Mina" Templeton, born a twin 29 June 1868 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 19 July 1940 in Ontario, buried in July 1940 at St. John the Evangelist's Anglican Churchyard (otherwise known as New Dublin Cemetery), New Dublin, Elizabethtown Township, Leeds County, Ontario, who married 25 October 1893 in Ontario, William John Scott; (5) Eliza Victoria Templeton, born 15 April 1871 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 6 February 1940 at McKellar Hospital, Fort William, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, buried in 1940 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 13 March 1900 at Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario, John Johnston (Reeve of the Township of Oxford, Counties Councillor of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, etc., one of whose brothers The Honourable William Agnew Johnston served in succession as Member of the State House of Representatives, State Senator, State Attorney-General and finally Chief Justice of the State of Kansas, etc.); (6) a male child, name, if any, unrecorded, born a twin at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died in infancy, unmarried, at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario; (7) a female child, name, if any, unrecorded, born a twin at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died in infancy, unmarried, at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, buried at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario; (8) John Wellington Templeton (together with his eldest brother James Arthur Templeton, a pioneer Alberta rancher, land speculator, business magnate, financier, philanthropist, etc.), born 11 February 1877 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 16 December 1936 at Calgary, Alberta, buried at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, who married 18 December 1901, Ida Josephine Larson.


TEMPLETON, JAMES / GRAHAM, ALICE LORENA

James Templeton was born 28 March 1906 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to William Templeton and Bertha Edna Gardner, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 27 January 1968 at St. John's United Church, Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario, Hildred Jane "Hilda" Hough, (to whom also refer); died 16 December 1989 in Ontario; buried at South Gower Cemetery, South Gower Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His first wife Alice Lorena Graham, (to whom he was married 10 June 1931 at or near Millar's Corners, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 7 November 1910; died 29 December 1964 in Ontario; buried at South Gower Cemetery, South Gower Township, Grenville County, Ontario. James Templeton and Alice Lorena Graham begat issue: (1) Victor William Templeton, born 20 September 1932 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 17 December 1977 at Scarborough, Metropolitan Toronto Municipality, Ontario, buried at South Gower Cemetery, South Gower Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 6 August 1955 at Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario, Frida Evelyn Emmerson; (2) Lorena Ann Templeton, born 22 July 1935 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married 8 September 1956, Robert Orrin Alfred Byrd.


TEMPLETON, JAMES / HOUGH, HILDRED JANE

James Templeton was born 28 March 1906 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to William Templeton and Bertha Edna Gardner, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 10 June 1931 at or near Millar's Corners, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, Alice Lorena Graham, (to whom also refer); died 16 December 1989 in Ontario; buried at South Gower Cemetery, South Gower Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His second wife Hildred Jane "Hilda" Hough, (to whom he was married 27 January 1968 at St. John's United Church, Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 4 June 1902 at or near North Augusta, Augusta Township, Grenville County, Ontario; married, firstly, Charles Crawford. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of James Templeton and Hildred Jane "Hilda" Hough.


TEMPLETON, JAMES ARTHUR / THOMPSON, MARY ELEANOR

James Arthur Templeton (together with his youngest brother John Wellington Templeton, a pioneer Alberta rancher, land speculator, business magnate, financier, philanthropist, etc.) was born 30 December 1860 (according to some sources and his own statement) or 31 December 1860 (according to some sources and both his parents' and his cousin's statements) at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Canada West, son to James Templeton and Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom refer); died 24 September 1946 at Calgary General Hospital, Calgary, Alberta; buried in September 1946 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. His wife Mary Eleanor Thompson, (to whom he was married 26 April 1887 at Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario), was born 15 June 1863 (not 15 June 1864 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at Oxford Township, near Kemptville, Grenville County, Canada West, daughter to Thomas Thompson and Eleanor Rickey; christened 8 November 1863 at St. James the Apostle's Anglican Church, Kemptville, Grenville County, Canada West; died 25 December 1938 at her residence, Calgary, Alberta; buried at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. This couple begat issue: (1) William Arthur Templeton, born 19 March 1888 (not 19 March 1889 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 11 March 1966 at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, buried in March 1966 at Acme Cemetery, Acme, Alberta, who married Margaret Lucy Jaquith; (2) Charles Melville Templeton (Trustee, Board of Trustees, Kia Ora School District, Alberta, etc.), born 25 September 1892 (not 24 September 1892 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, christened Charles Melville (not Charles Melvin as erroneously inscribed upon his tombstone), died 3 September 1942 at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, Alberta, buried 7 September 1942 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, who married 28 September 1915 at the residence of the Reverend James Luke Jordan, 2130 4 Avenue North West, Calgary, Alberta, (with the Reverend James Luke Jordan, Emmanuel Baptist Church, officiating), Gertrude Barraclough.


TEMPLETON, JOHN ARTHUR / CHAMBERLAIN, BRENDA-JOY

John Arthur Templeton was born 6 November 1944 at Calgary, Alberta, son to Arthur Edwin Ray Templeton and Margaret Aileen St. Clair, (to whom refer); married, secondly, Vi ---, (to whom also refer); died 26 December 2011 in consequence of cancer. His first wife was Brenda-Joy Chamberlain, (to whom he was married 6 May 1967 at Calgary, Alberta and from whom subsequently divorced). John Arthur Templeton and Brenda-Joy Chamberlain begat issue: (1) Deanna Templeton, who married Trevor von Rothkirch; (2) Sheryl Templeton, who married Grant Beaver; (3) Trevor John Templeton, born 25 June 1975 at Calgary, Alberta, who married Alexis ---.


TEMPLETON, JOHN ARTHUR / ---, VI

John Arthur Templeton was born 6 November 1944 at Calgary, Alberta, son to Arthur Edwin Ray Templeton and Margaret Aileen St. Clair, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 6 May 1967 at Calgary, Alberta, Brenda-Joy Chamberlain, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced); died 26 December 2011 in consequence of cancer. His second wife was Vi ---. No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of John Arthur Templeton and Vi ---.


TEMPLETON, JOHN ERNEST / JAMIESON, DIANA MARY

John Ernest Templeton was born 22 November 1936, son to William Lincoln Templeton and Miriam Jean Goulding, (to whom refer). His wife Diana Mary Jamieson was born 22 January 1939. This couple begat issue: (1) Russell Kelvin Templeton, born 18 December 1962; (2) Leanne Jane Templeton, born 7 June 1967.


TEMPLETON, JOHN KINGSLEY / BOYCE, LOTTIE VICTORIA

John Kingsley Templeton was born 11 July 1908, son to John Wellington Templeton and Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom refer); died 12 April 1976; buried in 1976 at Queen's Park Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. His wife Lottie Victoria "Cherie" Boyce was born 19 October 1912; died 13 March 1971. No children by blood were begotten of this marriage; however this couple adopted twin male children who, being "strangers in blood", are not to be further noted or documented in these records.


TEMPLETON, JOHN WELLINGTON / LARSON, IDA JOSEPHINE

John Wellington Templeton (together with his eldest brother James Arthur Templeton, a pioneer Alberta rancher, land speculator, business magnate, financier, philanthropist, etc.) was born 11 February 1877 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to James Templeton and Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom refer); died 16 December 1936 at Calgary, Alberta; buried at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. His wife Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom he was married 18 December 1901), was born 22 August 1875 at or near St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota; died 8 April 1944; buried in 1944 at Union Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta. This couple begat issue: (1) Cecil Alfred Templeton, born 10 November 1902, died 5 January 1954, who married 12 October 1923, Ruth Noreen ---; (2) Arthur Carlyle Templeton, born 8 July 1904, died unmarried 20 August 1964, buried in 1964 at Calgary, Alberta; (3) Harold James Templeton, born 18 June 1906, died 10 April 1979 at Lethbridge, Alberta, buried 12 April 1979 at Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge, Alberta, who married 27 April 1935, Nellie Louise Osborne; (4) John Kingsley Templeton, born 11 July 1908, died 12 April 1976, buried in 1976 at Queen's Park Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta, who married Lottie Victoria "Cherie" Boyce; (5) William Lincoln Templeton, born 10 October 1910, died in March 1990 at Calgary, Alberta, who married, firstly, 20 June 1934, Miriam Jean Goulding, and, secondly, 5 June 1964 at the Anglican Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Calgary, Alberta, Eva Mary Heaver; (6) Ida Patricia Templeton, born 4 August 1914, who married 30 December 1940, Ronald Campbell MacWilliams.


TEMPLETON, TREVOR JOHN / ---, ALEXIS

Trevor John Templeton was born 25 June 1975 at Calgary, Alberta, son to John Arthur Templeton and Brenda-Joy Chamberlain, (to whom refer). His wife was Alexis ---. No further records of possible offspring of this marriage are presently available.


TEMPLETON, VICTOR WILLIAM / EMMERSON, FRIDA EVELYN

Victor William Templeton was born 20 September 1932 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to James Templeton and Alice Lorena Graham, (to whom refer); died 17 December 1977 at Scarborough, Metropolitan Toronto Municipality, Ontario; buried at South Gower Cemetery, South Gower Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His wife Frida Evelyn Emmerson, (to whom he was married 6 August 1955 at Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario), was born 2 August 1923. This couple begat issue: (1) William David Templeton, born 21 June 1961 at Metropolitan Toronto Municipality, Ontario; (2) Carma Lynn Templeton, born 1 December 1965 at Metropolitan Toronto Municipality, Ontario.


TEMPLETON, WILLIAM / GARDNER, BERTHA EDNA

William Templeton was born a twin 29 June 1868 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to James Templeton and Mary Ann Doolan, (to whom refer); died 16 July 1925 in Ontario; buried in July 1925 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. His wife Bertha Edna Gardner, (to whom he was married 14 March 1900 in Ontario), was born 3 February 1878 (according to some sources and the Gardner Family Bible) or 13 February 1878 (according to some sources and her own statement) at or near Oxford Station, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, daughter to Robert Gardner and Mary Jane Claire; died 2 March 1935 in Ontario; buried in 1935 at St. Matthew's Presbyterian Churchyard, East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario. This couple begat issue: (1) James Templeton, born 28 March 1906 at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, died 16 December 1989 in Ontario, buried at South Gower Cemetery, South Gower Township, Grenville County, Ontario, who married, firstly, 10 June 1931 at or near Millar's Corners, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, Alice Lorena Graham, and, secondly, 27 January 1968 at St. John's United Church, Kemptville, Grenville County, Ontario, Hildred Jane "Hilda" Hough.


TEMPLETON, WILLIAM ARTHUR / JAQUITH, MARGARET LUCY

William Arthur Templeton was born 19 March 1888 (not 19 March 1889 as erroneously suggested or indicated in some sources) at or near East Oxford, Oxford Township, Grenville County, Ontario, son to James Arthur Templeton and Mary Eleanor Thompson, (to whom refer); died 11 March 1966 at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, Alberta; buried in March 1966 at Acme Cemetery, Acme, Alberta. His wife Margaret Lucy Jaquith was born in 1886; died 11 April 1952; buried in 1952 at Acme Cemetery, Acme, Alberta. No children by blood were begotten of this marriage.


TEMPLETON, WILLIAM LINCOLN / GOULDING, MIRIAM JEAN

William Lincoln Templeton was born 10 October 1910, son to John Wellington Templeton and Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom refer); married, secondly, 5 June 1964 at the Anglican Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Calgary, Alberta, Eva Mary Heaver, (to whom also refer); died in March 1990 at Calgary, Alberta. His first wife Miriam Jean Goulding, (to whom he was married 20 June 1934), was born 14 May 1912; died 29 August 1959 in consequence of injuries sustained in an automobile crash; buried in 1959 at Calgary, Alberta. William Lincoln Templeton and Miriam Jean Goulding begat issue: (1) John Ernest Templeton, born 22 November 1936, who married Diana Mary Jamieson; (2) Judith Lea Templeton, born 20 February 1946, who married, firstly, ---, (from whom subsequently divorced), and, secondly, ---.


TEMPLETON, WILLIAM LINCOLN / HEAVER, EVA MARY

William Lincoln Templeton was born 10 October 1910, son to John Wellington Templeton and Ida Josephine Larson, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 20 June 1934, Miriam Jean Goulding, (to whom also refer); died in March 1990 at Calgary, Alberta. His second wife Eva Mary Heaver, (to whom he was married 5 June 1964 at the Anglican Cathedral Church of the Redeemer, Calgary, Alberta), was born 14 February 1926 at or near De Winton, Sheep Creek Municipal District, Alberta, daughter to William Gordon S. Heaver and Bessie G. Pitchford; died 16 September 2012 at Calgary, Alberta. William Lincoln Templeton and Eva Mary Heaver begat issue: (1) Sally Marie Templeton, born 7 January 1966 in Alberta, who married Frederick Bowen; (2) Ida Suzanne Templeton, born 25 September 1967 in Alberta, who married Bryan Girard.




V


VON ROTHKIRCH, TREVOR / TEMPLETON, DEANNA

Trevor von Rothkirch. His wife Deanna Templeton was daughter to John Arthur Templeton and Brenda-Joy Chamberlain, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Hannah von Rothkirch; (2) Tyler von Rothkirch.




W


WANSBROUGH, GORDON BOTHWELL / CHIPMAN, BEVERLEY ALENA

Gordon Bothwell Wansbrough was born 19 September 1935. His wife Beverley Alena Chipman, (to whom he was married 3 May 1963), was born 11 June 1932, daughter to Samuel Gerald Chipman and Doris Aileen Dudley, (to whom refer); married, firstly, 6 September 1951, Gordon McLeod, (to whom also refer and from whom subsequently divorced). No children by blood were begotten of the marriage of Gordon Bothwell Wansbrough and Beverley Alena Chipman.


WHITMAN, HYMAN FULLER / MARVIN, WILHELMINA

Hyman Fuller Whitman was born 6 July 1850 or 6 July 1854 (depending upon sources) in Pennsylvania, son to --- Whitman and --- Petite; died 28 June 1941 at San Diego, San Diego County, California. His wife Wilhelmina "Mina" Marvin, (to whom he was married in or about 1876 or 1877), was born 15 August 1855 at St. Joseph County, Michigan, daughter to Calvin Osman Marvin (or Marven) and Mary Doolan, (to whom refer); died 29 November 1918 ‎at‎ Chicago, Cook County, Illinois; buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan. This couple begat issue: (1) Edith Mabel Whitman, born 20 April 1880 at or near Colon, Colon Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died 26 November 1933, buried at Burr Oak Cemetery, Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, who married, firstly, 7 August 1899 at Marshall, Calhoun County, Michigan, Edwin Z. Diedrichson, and, secondly, Willard Endicott; (2) Ethel Wave Whitman, born 1 April 1888 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, died 11 January 1949 at San Diego, San Diego County, California, buried in January 1949 at Mount Hope Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego County, California, who married E. N. Yates.


WILKINSON, JOHN JAMES / BRYAN, BETTE WILHELMINE

John James Wilkinson was born 31 October 1939. His wife Bette Wilhelmine Bryan, (to whom he was married 12 October 1957), was born 7 November 1937, daughter to Harold Thomas Bryan and Mary Alice Wilhelmine Scott, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Deborah Lynne Wilkinson, born 9 May 1958; (2) Kimberly Anne Wilkinson, born 17 August 1959; (3) Peggy Jean Wilkinson, born 16 July 1962; (4) Shelley Diane Wilkinson, born 17 February 1963.


WILSON, TODD / KNAPP, AMANDA

Todd Wilson. His wife Amanda Knapp was daughter to Kenneth Knapp and Catherine Mary Bryan, (to whom refer). This couple begat issue: (1) Ella Wilson; (2) Rachel Wilson.




Y


YATES, E. N. / WHITMAN, ETHEL WAVE

E. N. Yates. His wife Ethel Wave Whitman was born 1 April 1888 at Burr Oak, Burr Oak Township, St. Joseph County, Michigan, daughter to Hyrum Fuller Whitman and Wilhelmina "Mina" Marvin, (to whom refer); died 11 January 1949 at San Diego, San Diego County, California; buried in January 1949 at Mount Hope Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego County, California. This couple begat issue: (1) Edward Yates, born in 1919 in Illinois.




SUPPLEMENTARY


CARSON, ALICE

Alice Carson was born at Grenville County, Ontario; married David McLaughlan. Alice Carson produced out of wedlock, prior to marriage, by Harcourt Templeton Johnston, (son to John Johnston and Eliza Victoria Templeton, to whom refer), issue: (1) Joan Carson (or McLaughlan), afterward assuming and bearing her stepfather's surname McLaughlan in lieu of that of Carson, who married 12 June 1962, LeRoy Stevenson.





ADDENDUM AND POSTSCRIPT


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RECENT ERRATA AND ADDENDA

22 June 2005: Templeton, Trevor John / ---, Alexis
28 September 2005: MacWilliams, Ronald Campbell / Templeton, Ida Patricia
19 December 2005: Templeton, Harold James / Osborne, Nellie Louise
19 December 2005: Templeton, John Wellington / Larson, Ida Josephine
1 March 2006: Pomeroy, Clarke Emerson / Marvin, Estella Leonora
14 March 2007: Doolan, James Barrington / Ferns, Mary
1 April 2007: Doolan, Daniel Martin / Cavales, Sheryl Anne
1 April 2007: Doolan, Roy Fisher / Martin, Pamela Anne
12 September 2007: Beaver, Grant / Templeton, Sheryl
12 September 2007: Jones, Dennis / Templeton, Mary-Ann
12 September 2007: Jones, Nathaniel / Hemstock, Whitney
12 September 2007: Von Rothkirch, Trevor / Templeton, Deanna
31 March 2008: Marvin, Erigus F. / Kline, Priscilla Jane
18 April 2008: Marvin, Gael (or Jael) Engus (or Erigus) / ---, Hazel Vivian
18 April 2008: Perko, --- / Marvin, Margaret J.
18 April 2008: Starr, --- / Marvin, Mary E.
15 July 2008: Boucher, Jay Edwin / Marvin, Edna Fay
15 July 2008: Diedrichson, Edwin Z. / Whitman, Edith Mabel
15 July 2008: Marvin (or Marven), Calvin Osman / Doolan, Mary
15 July 2008: Marvin, Edgerton R. / Cross, Frances
15 July 2008: Whitman, Hyman Fuller / Marvin, Wilhelmina
25 March 2009: Doolan, William / Raph (Ralph or Rath), Mary
25 March 2009: Doolan, William / Barrington, Mary
25 March 2009: Doolan, William / Mackie, Jane Ann
25 March 2009: Templeton, James Arthur / Thompson, Mary Eleanor
10 May 2011: Johnston, Agnew Herbert / MacKay, Christine
10 May 2011: Johnston, John Andrew Agnew / Gertz, Amy Evelyn
10 May 2011: Johnston, John Andrew Agnew / ---
31 December 2011: Templeton, Arthur Edwin Ray / St. Clair, Margaret Aileen
31 December 2011: Templeton, John Arthur / Chamberlain, Brenda-Joy
31 December 2011: Templeton, John Arthur / ---, Vi
5 March 2012: Bryan, Harold Thomas / Scott, Mary Alice Wilhelmine
5 March 2012: Bryan, William Douglas / Wilkins, Faye
5 October 2012: Girard, Bryan / Templeton, Ida Suzanne
5 October 2012: Templeton, William Lincoln / Heaver, Eva Mary
11 December 2012: Bryan, Harold Orville / Haining, Glenda Susanne
11 December 2012: Crate, Donald / Bryan, Vicki Lynne
11 December 2012: Doherty, Gerald / Bryan, Valerie Dianne
11 December 2012: Doherty, Marc / McCloy, Laura
11 December 2012: Doherty, Nathan / Moore, Lisa
11 December 2012: Knapp, Bryan / Seed, Courtney
11 December 2012: Knapp, Kenneth / Bryan, Catherine Mary
11 December 2012: Knapp, Philip / Pielow, Christina
11 December 2012: Reuvers, Tyler / Crate, Jillian
11 December 2012: Wilson, Todd / Knapp, Amanda
29 August 2013: Endicott, Willard / Whitman, Edith Mabel
29 August 2013: Pomeroy, Clarke Marvin / Graff, Ruth
29 August 2013: Pomeroy, Marvin Berry / ---. Theodoria C.
5 September 2013: Yates, E. N. / Whitman, Ethel Wave