Ancestor Chart for Jennet Esther May Galloway (1903-1990)


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1. Jennet Esther May Galloway [313], daughter of William M. Galloway [357] and Matilda Beaumont [358], was born on 25 Sep 1903 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, was christened circa 1935 in Shell River, Saskatchewan, Canada, died on 17 Aug 1990 in Canwood, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried on 21 Aug 1990 in Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for Jennet were May Weaver, Jennet Esther May Gallaway, May Esther Gallaway, Janet Esther May Galloway, and Mrs. Delmer Weaver.

Noted events in her life were:

1. School: She completed grade 9.

2. Residence: 26 Aug 1921, Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

3. Occupation: housekeeper, 26 Aug 1921.

4. Religion: English Church, 21 Aug 1921.

5. Residence: 1921-1923, Rayside, Saskatchewan, Canada.

6. Anecdote: 1923, Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. When we moved to Sturgeon Valley, we lived with Delmer's parents, Mary and Scott Weaver. Delmer and I farmed a quarter section. Our main source of machinery was the good old horse power, but we happened to have a small Ford tractor and a Ford car, also did a lot of walking as means of transportation. Entertainment was easy to come by and very cheap. There were a lot of dances and house parties. The biggest attraction was the three act plays, which Delmer and I often acted in. Everyone enjoyed themselves and always came back for more.

7. Residence: 16 Jul 1923, Wild Rose, Saskatchewan, Canada.

8. Anecdote: Del took a homestead in the L.I.D. North of Sturgeon Valley, 1933, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada. May, Del, Ken and Elwood moved there in the spring of 1934. Esther and Jean stayed with their Grandma and Grandpa Weaver and continued school at Brandt until 1936.

9. Anecdote: May was a member of the Van Mehren Home and School Club, After 1933, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada.

10. Residence: 1935, Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

11. Residence: 1938, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada.

12. Anecdote: She attended a Ladies' Club meeting, 1945, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada.

13. Employment: cook during the summer months in a restaurant and in Jim McLean's Camp, 1956-1957, Alberta, Canada.

14. Residence: 1981, Shellbrook, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Jennet married William Delmer Weaver [812] [MRIN: 229], son of Delmer Scott Weaver [814] and Ellemine Marie Jacobsdatter [815], on 21 Aug 1921 in Floral, Saskatchewan, Canada. William was born on 15 Apr 1900 in Colfax, Richland County, North Dakota, United States, was christened on 12 Jul 1914 in Nutana, Saskatchewan, Canada, died on 29 Aug 1960 in Riley, Saskatchewan Canada, and was buried in 1960 in Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. The cause of his death was heart attack. Other names for William were Del, Delmer Weaver, Delmet Weaver, William Weaver, and William Delmar Weaver.

Marriage Notes: They were married at sec 36 - 35 - 4 - 3.

Medical Notes: He was working for the Dept. of Highways when he died of a heart attack.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Confirmation: 12 Jul 1914, Nutana, Saskatchewan, Canada.

2. Residence: 34-7-3-W3, 1 Jun 1916, Loganton, Saskatchewan, Canada.

3. School: He completed grade 10.

4. Religion: Latter Day Saint, 26 Aug 1921.

5. Residence: 1921-1923, Rayside, Saskatchewan, Canada.

6. Occupation: farmer, Between 26 Aug 1921 and 16 Jul 1923, Wild Rose, Saskatchewan, Canada.

7. Residence: 26 Aug 1921, Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

8. Residence: 16 Jul 1923, Wild Rose, Saskatchewan, Canada.

9. Anecdote: The move to Sturgeon Valley, 1924, Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. When we moved to Sturgeon Valley [Saskatchewan, in the middle of the 20s], we lived with Delmer's parents, Mary and Scott Weaver. Delmer and I farmed a quarter section. Our main source of machinery was the good old horse power, but we happened to have a small Ford tractor and a Ford car, also did a lot of walking as means of transportation. Entertainment was easy to come by and very cheap. There were a lot of dances and house parties. The biggest attraction was the three act plays, which Delmer and I often acted in. Everyone enjoyed themselves and always came back for more.

10. Land: NW 8-49-3-W3, 27 May 1924, Saskatchewan, Canada.

11. Hobbies: baseball. He was a member of the "Hungry Nine" baseball team of Sturgeon River-Foxdale area, 1929, Sturgeon Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada.

12. Land: NE 9-52-2-W3, 3 Oct 1929-12 Sep 1936, Saskatchewan, Canada.

13. Anecdote: He took a homestead in the L.I.D. North of Sturgeon Valley, 1933, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada. May, Del, Ken and Elwood moved there in the spring of 1934. Esther and Jean stayed with their Grandma and Grandpa Weaver and continued school at Brandt until 1936.

14. Occupation: farmer, 1935, Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

15. Residence: 1935, Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada.

16. Occupation: farmer, 1938, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada.

17. Residence: 1938, Lone Spruce District, Saskatchewan, Canada.

18. Military Service: 10 Mar 1941-10 Oct 1945. He served as a trooper in Canada, United Kingdom, and the Continental Europe. During his service, he was awarded the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and Clasp and the Defence Medal. 15 Nov 1949 he was awarded the 1939-45 Star France & Germany Star Defence Medal CVSM & Clasp War Medal; and he was on the "Roll of Honour" for the Sturgeon Valley Service Personnel.

19. Religion: Latter Day Saints, 10 Mar 1941.

20. Anecdote: driver mechanic, 10 Mar 1941. He listed his trade or calling on his military attestation paper as driver mechanic. He also mentions that he completed Grade 9 and that he speaks a little Norwegian.

21. Anecdote: 1944-1945, France. "Grandpa Weaver came 5 days after D-Day (Beaches of Normandy - Juno Beach). The Germans were unprepared. They didn't think the Allied Forces were smart enough or stupid enough to invade from the waters. There were no guns allowed in Grandma and Grandpa's house after he came back from the war. Grandpa's best friend was shot in the head right beside Grandpa 1 day before VE Day." - Stories told to Dawne Marie by other family members

22. Physical Description: 10 Oct 1945, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. "5 feet 8 inches tall, medium complexion, hazel eyes and grey-brown hair. No marks or scars."

23. Occupation: labourer, 1957, Valleyview, Saskatchewan, Canada.

24. Residence: 1957, Valleyview, Saskatchewan, Canada.

25. Employment: Jim McLean's lumber mill, Cir 1958, Little Smoky, Alberta, Canada.

26. Residence: 29 Aug 1960, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.

27. Anecdote: Saskatchewan, Canada. Grandpa Weaver was a boxer. He toured Saskatchewan. He met Granny at a boxing tournament that she went to with her brothers. He was also a baseball player. He played the Bentley brothers from Delisle.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Esther Pearl Weaver [15] was born on 19 Jan 1922 in Rayside, Saskatchewan, Canada, was christened circa 1935 in Shell River, Saskatchewan, Canada, died on 25 Jul 2009 in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried on 30 Jul 2009 in Deer Ridge, Saskatchewan, Canada.

         ii.  Jean Marguerite Weaver [6] was born on 20 Jun 1923 in Wild Rose, Saskatchewan, Canada, was christened on 25 Sep 1966 in Whitecourt, Alberta, Canada, died on 22 Sep 2003 in Barrhead, Alberta, Canada, and was buried on 27 Sep 2003 in Whitecourt, Alberta, Canada.

        iii.  William Delmer Scott Weaver [347] was born on 16 Mar 1925 in Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada, died on 10 Jan 1926 in Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1926 in Sturgeon Valley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Another name for William was Billy Weaver.

         iv.  Kenneth Delmer Weaver [348] was born on 5 Aug 1927.

          v.  Elwood Leroy Weaver [345] was born on 24 Apr 1930 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada and died on 2 Dec 2008 in La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada.

         vi.  Ila Mae Weaver [350] was born on 31 May 1939 in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan, Canada.



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2. William M. Galloway [357], son of Mathew Galloway [897] and Janet McKay [898], was born in Feb 1863 in Collingwood, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, died on 21 Mar 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for William were William Galaway, William Gallaway, and William Galloway.

Death Notes: Matilda and William both died of the 'flu'.

Burial Notes: Blk 4, Plot 15/16. Occupation: Farmer

Noted events in his life were:

1. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Galloway, Mathew, male, 38, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish, farmer, married
Galloway, Janet, female, 36, born in Quebec, Prim. Methodist, Scotch, married
Galloway, Mary Anne, female, 13, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, James, male, 12, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Catherine, female, 10, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, William, male, 8, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Elizabeth, female, 7, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Jane, female, 5, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Margaret, female, 3, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Joseph, male, 1, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish

2. Census: 1 Jun 1880, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Galloway, Mathew, white, male, 42, married, farmer, born in Canada, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland
Galloway, Jeannet, white, female, 43, wife, married, keeping house, born in Canada, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland
Galloway, Mary Ann, white, female, 23, daughter, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, William, white, male, 18, son, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Jane, white, female, 14, daughter, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Joseph, white, male, 10, son, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Mathew, white, male, 9, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Elisabeth, white, female, 16, daughter, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Matilda, white, female, 7, daughter, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Henry, white, male, 5, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, John, white, male, 2, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada

3. Census: 1 Jun 1885, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Mathew Galloway, 45, farmer, born in Canada
Jennett Galloway, 53, housekeeper, born in Canada
Wm. Galloway, 22, farmer, born in Canada
Jane Galloway, 19, servant, born in Canada
Margaret Galloway, 17, servant, born in Canada
Joseph Galloway, 16, farmer, born in Canada
Mathew Galloway, 14, farmer, born in Canada
Tilda Galloway, 13, born in Canada
Henry Galloway, 11, born in Canada
John Galloway, 7, born in Canada
Caroline Galloway 4, born in Dakota

4. Occupation: farmer, 1 Jun 1885, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States.

5. Occupation: butcher, 12 Dec 1894, Rat Portage, Rainy River, Ontario, Canada.

6. Census: Jun 1900, Fremont, Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States. He is a farmer. His farm is owned, free of mortgage. Education: He can read, write, and speak English.

7. Census: 24 Jun 1906, Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada.

8. Land: SW 33-30-4-W3, 19 Apr 1907, Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. (51.60948 -106.51365)

9. Census: 1911, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Township 29.

William married Matilda Beaumont [358] [MRIN: 133] on 12 Dec 1894 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Matilda was born between Dec 1869 and Mar 1870 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 5 Jun 1870 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 6 Aug 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for Matilda were Matilda Galaway and Mathilda Gallaway.

Marriage Notes: They were married at the Church of St. Thomas. Their faiths: William was Methodist and Matilda was Church of England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Matthew Walter Galloway [405] was born in Aug 1897 in North Dakota, United States, died in 1964 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1964 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for Matthew were Mathew W. Galaway, Walt Gallaway, Walter M. Gallaway, Matthew W. Galloway, and Walter Galloway.

         ii.  William John Galloway [406] was born in Nov 1898 in North Dakota, United States. Other names for William were William J. Galaway, William J. Gallaway, and John Galloway.

        iii.  Joseph Harold Galloway [407] was born in Mar 1899 in North Dakota, United States and died in 1976. Other names for Joseph were Joseph H. Galaway, Harold Gallaway, Joseph H. Gallaway, and Harold Galloway.

         iv.  Henry James Galloway [408] was born in May 1900 in North Dakota, United States. Other names for Henry were Henry J. Galaway, Henry J. Gallaway, and James Galloway.

1         v.  Jennet Esther May Galloway [313] (born on 25 Sep 1903 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada - died on 17 Aug 1990 in Canwood, Saskatchewan, Canada)

         vi.  Allis Violet Galloway [409] was born in Apr 1905 in Saskatchewan, Canada and died after 17 Aug 1990. Other names for Allis were Alice N. Gallaway, Violet Galloway, and Violet Surgeoner.

        vii.  David C. Galloway [410] was born on 18 Jun 1906 in Saskatchewan, Canada. Another name for David was David C. Gallaway.

       viii.  Elizabeth Lila Galloway [411] was born in Jun 1908 and died in 1966. Other names for Elizabeth were Elizabeth L. Gallaway, Lila Gallaway, and Lila Galloway.

         ix.  Alfred Harry Galloway [412] was born in Feb 1910. Another name for Alfred was Alfred Harry Gallaway.




3. Matilda Beaumont [358], daughter of Joseph Beaumont [392] and Esther Adams [393], was born between Dec 1869 and Mar 1870 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 5 Jun 1870 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 6 Aug 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for Matilda were Matilda Galaway and Mathilda Gallaway.

Death Notes: Matilda and William both died of the 'flu'.

Burial Notes: Blk 4, Plot 15/16

Noted events in her life were:

1. Immigration: with her family, 13 Jul 1875, Quebec, Quebec. The family left Liverpool, England on the S.S. Peruvian (Montreal Ocean Steamship Company) on 1 Jul 1875. They arrived, via Londonderry, Ireland, in the port of Quebec at 4:30 in the morning of 13 Jul 1875.
Jos. Beaumont, Lab
E Beaumont, Wife
Walter Beaumont, 7, Child
Hy J Beaumont, 6, Child
Matilda Beaumont, 5, Child
Jos Beaumont, 4, Child
Louie Beaumont, 2, Child
Beaumont, 1 Child

2. Religion: Church of England, 4 Apr 1881.

3. Census: Muskoka and Parry Sound district, Humphrey and Watt and Cardwell subdistrict, 16 Apr 1891, Ontario, Canada.

4. Residence: 1894, Raymond, Ontario, Canada.

5. Census: 1 Jun 1900, Fremont, Cavalier County, North Dakota, United States. Education: She can read, write, and speak English.

6. Census: 24 Jun 1906, Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada.

7. Census: 1 Jun 1911, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Township 29.

Matilda married William M. Galloway [357] [MRIN: 133] on 12 Dec 1894 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. William was born in Feb 1863 in Collingwood, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, died on 21 Mar 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for William were William Galaway, William Gallaway, and William Galloway.

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4. Mathew Galloway [897], son of James Gallaway [1052] and Agnes Pinkerton [1053], was born in Dec 1835 in Ontario, Canada West and died between 13 Jan 1920 and 7 Apr 1922. Other names for Mathew were Mathew Gallaway, Matthew Gallaway, and Matthew Galloway.

General Notes: Over 100,000 immigrants came to northern Dakota Territory between the years of 1879 and 1896. The Galloways arrived in 1880. Settlers mostly became farmers either buying land from the railroad, or homesteading 160 acres. The government gave the land to the settlers free if they lived on it and improved it for a certain number of years. If they were willing to plant and care for trees, they could receive an additional 160 acres as well.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Occupation: tailor in Creemore, 1858, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

2. Residence: SW part of lot 13, concession 4 (1 acre), 1858, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

3. Census: 14 Jan 1861, Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Mathew Galloway, tailor, born in Canada W., Church of Scotland, 26, male, married, 1 death in 1860 (6 month old), log home (one story)
Janet Galloway, born in Canada E., Church of Scotland, 24, female, married
M. A. Galloway, born in Canada W., Church of Scotland, 4, female, single
James Galloway, born in Canada W., Church of Scotland, 3, male, single

4. Occupation: tailor, 14 Jan 1861, Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

5. Occupation: farmer, Between 1871 and 1873, Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Ullswater, Watt township: Concession a, Lot 13 (freeholder). Ullswater had a population of about 100.

6. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Galloway, Mathew, male, 38, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish, farmer, married
Galloway, Janet, female, 36, born in Quebec, Prim. Methodist, Scotch, married
Galloway, Mary Anne, female, 13, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, James, male, 12, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Catherine, female, 10, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, William, male, 8, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Elizabeth, female, 7, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Jane, female, 5, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Margaret, female, 3, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Joseph, male, 1, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish

7. Religion: Primitive Methodist, 2 Apr 1871, Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

8. Land: 1879, Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

9. Occupation: farmer, Between 1880 and 1910, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States.

10. Immigration: with his wife and children, Apr 1880, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States.

11. Census: 1 Jun 1880, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Galloway, Mathew, white, male, 42, married, farmer, born in Canada, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland
Galloway, Jeannet, white, female, 43, wife, married, keeping house, born in Canada, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland
Galloway, Mary Ann, white, female, 23, daughter, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, William, white, male, 18, son, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Jane, white, female, 14, daughter, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Joseph, white, male, 10, son, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Mathew, white, male, 9, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Elisabeth, white, female, 16, daughter, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Matilda, white, female, 7, daughter, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Henry, white, male, 5, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, John, white, male, 2, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada

12. Land: 4 Oct 1884, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. 5th PM, Twp 163N, Rng 053W, Aliquots NE1/4, Section 8 (160 acres).

13. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 6 Feb 1885, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Proceedings of the Pembina County Commissioners. Auditor's Office. Pembina, Thursday, January 29, 1885:
The application of Matthew Galloway for county assistance on the ground of having lost property by fire and having a crippled daughter to support referred to commissioner Hurley.

14. Census: 1 Jun 1885, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Mathew Galloway, 45, farmer, born in Canada
Jennett Galloway, 53, housekeeper, born in Canada
Wm. Galloway, 22, farmer, born in Canada
Jane Galloway, 19, servant, born in Canada
Margaret Galloway, 17, servant, born in Canada
Joseph Galloway, 16, farmer, born in Canada
Mathew Galloway, 14, farmer, born in Canada
Tilda Galloway, 13, born in Canada
Henry Galloway, 11, born in Canada
John Galloway, 7, born in Canada
Caroline Galloway 4, born in Dakota

15. Naturalization: 1886, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States.

16. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 23 Mar 1888, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Teachers wanted. One male and one female teacher holding second or third grade certificates, for districts Nos. 1 and 2. School to commence April 1st, for a term of six months. Address, Matthew Galloway, 33-35 District clerk, Neche, Dak.

17. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 22 Feb 1889, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Teacher wanted. The undersigned will receive applications for a male teacher holding second class certificate and a female teacher holding a third class certificate, for school district, No. 2, township of Neche. The application to state the amount of salary required. Said apllications will be received up to the 10th day of April, 1889. M. Galloway, 31-35, Clerk.

18. Land: 1893, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. 160 acres in his wife's name.

19. Anecdote: He can read, write, and speak English, 12 Jun 1900, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States.

20. Census: 12 Jun 1900, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Galloway, Mathew, Head, white, male, born Dec 1835, 64, married for 40 years, born Canada E, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland, year of immigration 1880, 20 years in the United States, naturalized, farmer, can read and write and speak English
Galloway, Jeannette, Wife, white, female, born Apr 1837, 63, married for 40 years, mother of 13 children, 10 children still living, born Canada Fr, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland, year of immigration 1880, 20 years in the United States, can read and write and speak English
Galloway, John, Son, white, male, born Aug 1879, 28, single, born Canada E, father born in Canada E, mother born in Canada Fr, naturalized, farm labourer, can read and write and speak English

21. Citizenship: 7 Nov 1904, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States.

22. Census: 30 Apr 1910, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Galloway, Matthew, Head, male, white, 75, married for 54 years, father of 14 children, 11 children still living, born in Canada Eng, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland, year of immigration 1880, speaks English, farmer, employed, can read and write
Galloway, Jeanette, Wife, female, white, 72, married for 54 years, mother of 14 children, 11 children still living, born in Canada Eng, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland, year of immigration 1880, speaks English, can read and write
Galloway, Joseph, Son, male, white, 47, single, born in Canada Eng, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada, year of immigration 1880, speaks English, labourer, homefarmer, working on own account, can read and write

23. Census: 1 Apr 1915, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States.

24. Census: 12 Jan 1920, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Widowed. Living with his daughter, Elizabeth and her husband.

25. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 7 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Matthew Galloway, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned W. J. Watts, administrator of the estate of Matthew Galloway, late of the township of Neche, in the county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit such claims with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to said administrator at his residence in the village of Neche, in said Pembina county.
Dated April 4th, A. D., 1922. W. J. Watts, Administrator.
First publication on the 7th day of April, 1922. 43-46.

26. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 7 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. ORDER HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF LAND.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina, ss.
IN COUNTY COURT, Before Hon. R. McBride, Judge.
In The Matter Of The Estate Of Janet Galloway, Deceased:
John P. Edgerton, Administrator, - vs - James Galloway, Katie Robinson, Elizabeth Young, Jane Hellofs, Maggie Hunt, Joseph Galloway, Matilda Bowers, Henry G. Galloway, John A. Galloway, Mathew Walter Galloway, William John Galloway, Joseph Harold Galloway, Henry James Galloway, Janet Esther Galloway, Alice Violet Galloway, David Charles Galloway, Elizabeth Lillian Galloway, Alfred Percy Galloway, James Matthew Fife, Arthur William Fife, Bertha Matilda Fife, Evelyn Margaret Fife, Harold Alex. Fife, and Rozilla Marion Fife, and W. J. Watts, as Administratrix of the estate of Matthew Galloway, Deceased, .... .... .... .... Respondents.
On reading and filing the petition of John P. Edgerton, the administrator of the estate of Janet Galloway, setting forth the amount of the personal property that has come to his hands as such administrator, and the disposition thereof, the amount of debts outstanding against the deceased, and the expenses of administration, a description of all of the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and the conditon and value of the respective portion thereof; and praying that license be to him granted to sell the following described land belonging to said estate, of said Janet Galloway, Deceased, to-wit: -
The Northeast Quarter Section 8, Township 163, Range 53, West of the 5th P. M., Pembina County, North Dakota.
And it appearing by said petition that there is not sufficient money or personal estate in the hands of said administrator to pay said debts, expenses of administration and that it is necessary, in order to pay the same, to sell said real estate.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED.
That the said petition be heard and considered by the Judge of the County Court of said County of Pembina, at the Court Rooms of said Court, in the County Court House, in the City of Cavalier, in said County, on the 6h day of May, A. D. 1922, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.
That all persons interested in said estate appear before the Judge of this Court at said time and place, and then and there show cause, if any there be, why said petition should not be granted.
By the Court, R. McBRIDE, Judge of the County Court. (County Court Seal)
Dated the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1922.
Let the service of the above Order, be made by personal service thereof upon all resident respondents, and upon all orthers by publication thereof, according to law, in the Pioneer Express, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Pembina, Pembina County, North Dakota.
R. McBRIDE, Judge. (County Court Seal)
(April 7, 14, 21, 28)

27. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 14 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. ORDER HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF LAND.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina, ss.
IN COUNTY COURT, Before Hon. R. McBride, Judge.
In The Matter Of The Estate Of Janet Galloway, Deceased:
John P. Edgerton, Administrator, - vs - James Galloway, Katie Robinson, Elizabeth Young, Jane Hellofs, Maggie Hunt, Joseph Galloway, Matilda Bowers, Henry G. Galloway, John A. Galloway, Mathew Walter Galloway, William John Galloway, Joseph Harold Galloway, Henry James Galloway, Janet Esther Galloway, Alice Violet Galloway, David Charles Galloway, Elizabeth Lillian Galloway, Alfred Percy Galloway, James Matthew Fife, Arthur William Fife, Bertha Matilda Fife, Evelyn Margaret Fife, Harold Alex. Fife, and Rozilla Marion Fife, and W. J. Watts, as Administratrix of the estate of Matthew Galloway, Deceased, .... .... .... .... Respondents.
On reading and filing the petition of John P. Edgerton, the administrator of the estate of Janet Galloway, setting forth the amount of the personal property that has come to his hands as such administrator, and the disposition thereof, the amount of debts outstanding against the deceased, and the expenses of administration, a description of all of the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and the conditon and value of the respective portion thereof; and praying that license be to him granted to sell the following described land belonging to said estate, of said Janet Galloway, Deceased, to-wit: -
The Northeast Quarter Section 8, Township 163, Range 53, West of the 5th P. M., Pembina County, North Dakota.
And it appearing by said petition that there is not sufficient money or personal estate in the hands of said administrator to pay said debts, expenses of administration and that it is necessary, in order to pay the same, to sell said real estate.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED.
That the said petition be heard and considered by the Judge of the County Court of said County of Pembina, at the Court Rooms of said Court, in the County Court House, in the City of Cavalier, in said County, on the 6h day of May, A. D. 1922, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.
That all persons interested in said estate appear before the Judge of this Court at said time and place, and then and there show cause, if any there be, why said petition should not be granted.
By the Court, R. McBRIDE, Judge of the County Court. (County Court Seal)
Dated the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1922.
Let the service of the above Order, be made by personal service thereof upon all resident respondents, and upon all orthers by publication thereof, according to law, in the Pioneer Express, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Pembina, Pembina County, North Dakota.
R. McBRIDE, Judge. (County Court Seal)
(April 7, 14, 21, 28)

28. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 14 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Matthew Galloway, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned W. J. Watts, administrator of the estate of Matthew Galloway, late of the township of Neche, in the county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit such claims with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to said administrator at his residence in the village of Neche, in said Pembina county.
Dated April 4th, A. D., 1922. W. J. Watts, Administrator.
First publication on the 7th day of April, 1922. 43-46.

29. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 21 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Matthew Galloway, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned W. J. Watts, administrator of the estate of Matthew Galloway, late of the township of Neche, in the county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit such claims with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to said administrator at his residence in the village of Neche, in said Pembina county.
Dated April 4th, A. D., 1922. W. J. Watts, Administrator.
First publication on the 7th day of April, 1922. 43-46.

30. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 21 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. ORDER HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF LAND.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina, ss.
IN COUNTY COURT, Before Hon. R. McBride, Judge.
In The Matter Of The Estate Of Janet Galloway, Deceased:
John P. Edgerton, Administrator, - vs - James Galloway, Katie Robinson, Elizabeth Young, Jane Hellofs, Maggie Hunt, Joseph Galloway, Matilda Bowers, Henry G. Galloway, John A. Galloway, Mathew Walter Galloway, William John Galloway, Joseph Harold Galloway, Henry James Galloway, Janet Esther Galloway, Alice Violet Galloway, David Charles Galloway, Elizabeth Lillian Galloway, Alfred Percy Galloway, James Matthew Fife, Arthur William Fife, Bertha Matilda Fife, Evelyn Margaret Fife, Harold Alex. Fife, and Rozilla Marion Fife, and W. J. Watts, as Administratrix of the estate of Matthew Galloway, Deceased, .... .... .... .... Respondents.
On reading and filing the petition of John P. Edgerton, the administrator of the estate of Janet Galloway, setting forth the amount of the personal property that has come to his hands as such administrator, and the disposition thereof, the amount of debts outstanding against the deceased, and the expenses of administration, a description of all of the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and the conditon and value of the respective portion thereof; and praying that license be to him granted to sell the following described land belonging to said estate, of said Janet Galloway, Deceased, to-wit: -
The Northeast Quarter Section 8, Township 163, Range 53, West of the 5th P. M., Pembina County, North Dakota.
And it appearing by said petition that there is not sufficient money or personal estate in the hands of said administrator to pay said debts, expenses of administration and that it is necessary, in order to pay the same, to sell said real estate.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED.
That the said petition be heard and considered by the Judge of the County Court of said County of Pembina, at the Court Rooms of said Court, in the County Court House, in the City of Cavalier, in said County, on the 6h day of May, A. D. 1922, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.
That all persons interested in said estate appear before the Judge of this Court at said time and place, and then and there show cause, if any there be, why said petition should not be granted.
By the Court, R. McBRIDE, Judge of the County Court. (County Court Seal)
Dated the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1922.
Let the service of the above Order, be made by personal service thereof upon all resident respondents, and upon all orthers by publication thereof, according to law, in the Pioneer Express, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Pembina, Pembina County, North Dakota.
R. McBRIDE, Judge. (County Court Seal)
(April 7, 14, 21, 28)

31. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 28 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Matthew Galloway, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned W. J. Watts, administrator of the estate of Matthew Galloway, late of the township of Neche, in the county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit such claims with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to said administrator at his residence in the village of Neche, in said Pembina county.
Dated April 4th, A. D., 1922. W. J. Watts, Administrator.
First publication on the 7th day of April, 1922. 43-46.

32. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 28 Apr 1922, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. ORDER HEARING PETITION FOR SALE OF LAND.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina, ss.
IN COUNTY COURT, Before Hon. R. McBride, Judge.
In The Matter Of The Estate Of Janet Galloway, Deceased:
John P. Edgerton, Administrator, - vs - James Galloway, Katie Robinson, Elizabeth Young, Jane Hellofs, Maggie Hunt, Joseph Galloway, Matilda Bowers, Henry G. Galloway, John A. Galloway, Mathew Walter Galloway, William John Galloway, Joseph Harold Galloway, Henry James Galloway, Janet Esther Galloway, Alice Violet Galloway, David Charles Galloway, Elizabeth Lillian Galloway, Alfred Percy Galloway, James Matthew Fife, Arthur William Fife, Bertha Matilda Fife, Evelyn Margaret Fife, Harold Alex. Fife, and Rozilla Marion Fife, and W. J. Watts, as Administratrix of the estate of Matthew Galloway, Deceased, .... .... .... .... Respondents.
On reading and filing the petition of John P. Edgerton, the administrator of the estate of Janet Galloway, setting forth the amount of the personal property that has come to his hands as such administrator, and the disposition thereof, the amount of debts outstanding against the deceased, and the expenses of administration, a description of all of the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and the conditon and value of the respective portion thereof; and praying that license be to him granted to sell the following described land belonging to said estate, of said Janet Galloway, Deceased, to-wit: -
The Northeast Quarter Section 8, Township 163, Range 53, West of the 5th P. M., Pembina County, North Dakota.
And it appearing by said petition that there is not sufficient money or personal estate in the hands of said administrator to pay said debts, expenses of administration and that it is necessary, in order to pay the same, to sell said real estate.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED.
That the said petition be heard and considered by the Judge of the County Court of said County of Pembina, at the Court Rooms of said Court, in the County Court House, in the City of Cavalier, in said County, on the 6h day of May, A. D. 1922, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED.
That all persons interested in said estate appear before the Judge of this Court at said time and place, and then and there show cause, if any there be, why said petition should not be granted.
By the Court, R. McBRIDE, Judge of the County Court. (County Court Seal)
Dated the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1922.
Let the service of the above Order, be made by personal service thereof upon all resident respondents, and upon all orthers by publication thereof, according to law, in the Pioneer Express, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Pembina, Pembina County, North Dakota.
R. McBRIDE, Judge. (County Court Seal)
(April 7, 14, 21, 28)

Mathew married Janet McKay [898] [MRIN: 250] circa 1856. Janet was born in Feb 1836 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada South, died on 5 Dec 1914 in Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States, and was buried on 8 Dec 1914 in Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Other names for Janet were Jeanette Gallaway, Jeannett Gallaway, Jeanette Galloway, Jeannet Galloway, Jeannett Galloway, Jeannette Galloway, Jennett Galloway, Janet MacKay, Jennett MacKay, Jennett Mc Kay, Jeannett McKay, Jeannette McKay, Jenett McKay, and Jennett McKay.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Ann Galloway [899] was born circa 1857 in Ontario, Canada West and died on 9 Dec 1910 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Mary were M. A. Galloway and Mary Anne Galloway.

         ii.  James Galloway [900] was born circa 1858 in Ontario, Canada West.

        iii.  Catherine Galloway [901] was born on 25 Jun 1861 in Ontario, Canada and died on 26 Jan 1954 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States. Another name for Catherine was Catherine Gallaway.

2        iv.  William M. Galloway [357] (born in Feb 1863 in Collingwood, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada - died on 21 Mar 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada)

          v.  Elizabeth Galloway [902] was born circa 1864 in Ontario, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Elisabeth Galloway.

         vi.  Jane Galloway [903] was born circa 1866 in Ontario, Canada.

        vii.  Margaret Galloway [904] was born circa 1868 in Ontario, Canada.

       viii.  Joseph Galloway [905] was born circa 1870 in Ontario, Canada.

         ix.  Matthew Galloway [906] was born on 4 May 1871 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

          x.  Jenett Matilda Galloway [907] was born on 28 Jun 1873 in Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Jenett were Tilda and Mathilda Galloway.

         xi.  Henry Gallaway [908] was born on 25 Feb 1875 in Watt & Cordova, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Henry was Henry Galloway.

        xii.  John Alexander Galloway [909] was born on 27 Aug 1878 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Another name for John was John Galloway.

       xiii.  Caroline Galloway [1688] was born circa 1881 in Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States.




5. Janet McKay [898], daughter of James McKay [1169] and Mary Macalester [1170], was born in Feb 1836 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada South, died on 5 Dec 1914 in Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States, and was buried on 8 Dec 1914 in Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Other names for Janet were Jeanette Gallaway, Jeannett Gallaway, Jeanette Galloway, Jeannet Galloway, Jeannett Galloway, Jeannette Galloway, Jennett Galloway, Janet MacKay, Jennett MacKay, Jennett Mc Kay, Jeannett McKay, Jeannette McKay, Jenett McKay, and Jennett McKay.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Alt. Birth: Apr 1837, Quebec, Canada South.

2. Census: 14 Jan 1861, Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Mathew Galloway, tailor, born in Canada W., Church of Scotland, 26, male, married, 1 death in 1860 (6 month old), log home (one story)
Janet Galloway, born in Canada E., Church of Scotland, 24, female, married
M. A. Galloway, born in Canada W., Church of Scotland, 4, female, single
James Galloway, born in Canada W., Church of Scotland, 3, male, single

3. Religion: Church of Scotland, 14 Jan 1861.

4. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Watt & Cardwell, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Galloway, Mathew, male, 38, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish, farmer, married
Galloway, Janet, female, 36, born in Quebec, Prim. Methodist, Scotch, married
Galloway, Mary Anne, female, 13, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, James, male, 12, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Catherine, female, 10, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, William, male, 8, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Elizabeth, female, 7, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Jane, female, 5, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Margaret, female, 3, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish
Galloway, Joseph, male, 1, born in Ontario, Prim. Methodist, Irish

5. Immigration: with her husband and children to the United States from Canada, 1880.

6. Anecdote: She is keeping house, 1 Jun 1880, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Galloway, Mathew, white, male, 42, married, farmer, born in Canada, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland
Galloway, Jeannet, white, female, 43, wife, married, keeping house, born in Canada, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland
Galloway, Mary Ann, white, female, 23, daughter, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, William, white, male, 18, son, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Jane, white, female, 14, daughter, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Joseph, white, male, 10, son, single, at home, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Mathew, white, male, 9, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Elisabeth, white, female, 16, daughter, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Matilda, white, female, 7, daughter, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, Henry, white, male, 5, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada
Galloway, John, white, male, 2, son, single, born in Canada, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada

7. Census: 1 Jun 1885, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Mathew Galloway, 45, farmer, born in Canada
Jennett Galloway, 53, housekeeper, born in Canada
Wm. Galloway, 22, farmer, born in Canada
Jane Galloway, 19, servant, born in Canada
Margaret Galloway, 17, servant, born in Canada
Joseph Galloway, 16, farmer, born in Canada
Mathew Galloway, 14, farmer, born in Canada
Tilda Galloway, 13, born in Canada
Henry Galloway, 11, born in Canada
John Galloway, 7, born in Canada
Caroline Galloway 4, born in Dakota

8. Land: 1893, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. 160 acres on section 8.

9. Anecdote: She can read, write, and speak English, 12 Jun 1900.

10. Census: 12 Jun 1900, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Galloway, Mathew, Head, white, male, born Dec 1835, 64, married for 40 years, born Canada E, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland, year of immigration 1880, 20 years in the United States, naturalized, farmer, can read and write and speak English
Galloway, Jeannette, Wife, white, female, born Apr 1837, 63, married for 40 years, mother of 13 children, 10 children still living, born Canada Fr, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland, year of immigration 1880, 20 years in the United States, can read and write and speak English
Galloway, John, Son, white, male, born Aug 1879, 28, single, born Canada E, father born in Canada E, mother born in Canada Fr, naturalized, farm labourer, can read and write and speak English

11. Census: 30 Apr 1910, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States. Galloway, Matthew, Head, male, white, 75, married for 54 years, father of 14 children, 11 children still living, born in Canada Eng, father born in Ireland, mother born in Ireland, year of immigration 1880, speaks English, farmer, employed, can read and write
Galloway, Jeanette, Wife, female, white, 72, married for 54 years, mother of 14 children, 11 children still living, born in Canada Eng, father born in Scotland, mother born in Scotland, year of immigration 1880, speaks English, can read and write
Galloway, Joseph, Son, male, white, 47, single, born in Canada Eng, father born in Canada, mother born in Canada, year of immigration 1880, speaks English, labourer, homefarmer, working on own account, can read and write

12. Newspaper: The Pioneer Express, 2 Sep 1910, Pembina County, Dakota Territory, United States. Mrs. Matthew Galloway near Neche, while lifting a boiler of hot water lost her hold and part of the contents splashed up and scalded her severely.

13. Occupation: housewife, 5 Dec 1914, Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States.

Janet married Mathew Galloway [897] [MRIN: 250] circa 1856. Mathew was born in Dec 1835 in Ontario, Canada West and died between 13 Jan 1920 and 7 Apr 1922. Other names for Mathew were Mathew Gallaway, Matthew Gallaway, and Matthew Galloway.


6. Joseph Beaumont [392], son of William Beaumont [1251] and Elizabeth [1253], was born circa 1844 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 25 Aug 1844 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 12 Jul 1915 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1915 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth: 2 Jul 1841, England.

2. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Royston Lane:
Wm Beaumont, head, married, 39, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beaumont, wife, married, 34, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
John Beaumont, 17, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
Anne, 15, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
Wm, 11, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Joseph, 6, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
James, 4, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Robt., 11 moss, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton

3. Census: 7 Apr 1861, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Church St.:
William Beaumont, head, 49, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beaumont, wife, 44, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Joseph, 17, agricultural labourer; James, 15, agricultural labourer; Robert, 11, agricultural labourer; Esther Ann, 6, scholar; Richard, 4, scholar; Eliza, 2
[all children born Cambridgeshire, Comberton]

4. Occupation: agricultural labourer, 7 Apr 1861, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

5. Residence: 18 Apr 1865, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

6. Occupation: labourer, 18 Apr 1865, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

7. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Address: Church Hill, Comberton, Cambridgeshire:
Joseph Beaumont, married, 26, contractor, born Comberton in Cambridgeshire
Esther Beaumont, married, 25, born Lt Eversden in Cambridgeshire
Henery, 2; Matilda 1, unnamed son, 1 week (all children born in Comberton)

8. Occupation: contractor, 2 Apr 1871, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

9. Immigration: with his family, 13 Jul 1875, Quebec, Quebec. The family left Liverpool, England on the S.S. Peruvian (Montreal Ocean Steamship Company) on 1 Jul 1875. They arrived, via Londonderry, Ireland, in the port of Quebec at 4:30 in the morning of 13 Jul 1875.
Jos. Beaumont, Lab
E Beaumont, Wife
Walter Beaumont, 7, Child
Hy J Beaumont, 6, Child
Matilda Beaumont, 5, Child
Jos Beaumont, 4, Child
Louie Beaumont, 2, Child
Beaumont, 1 Child

10. Occupation: stone mason, 10 Apr 1879.

11. Census: Muskoka and Parry Sound district, Humphrey and Watt and Cardwell subdistrict, 4 Apr 1881, Ontario, Canada.

12. Occupation: farmer, 25 Apr 1881.

13. Occupation: farmer, 1 Apr 1883.

14. Occupation: farmer, 16 Sep 1886.

15. Census: Muskoka and Parry Sound district, Humphrey and Watt and Cardwell subdistrict, 16 Apr 1891, Ontario, Canada.

16. Census: 31 Mar 1901, Muskoka And Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. Beaumont, Joseph, male, head, married, born 21 Oct 1845, 56 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1849, English nationality, Church of England, farmer, cannot read or write
Beamont, Ester, female, wife, married, born 12 Oct 1845, 56 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1849, English nationality, Church of England, can read and write
Mary, born 1 Apr 1884, 17 years old, born Ontario
Sarah, born 29 Sep 1885, 16 years old, born Ontario
John, born 25 Apr 1882, 19 years old, born Ontario
Susan, born 15 Sep 1887, 14 years old, born Ontario
[All the children can read and write]

17. Census: 1 Jun 1911, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. John Beaumont, head, single, born Apr 1882, 29 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist, lumberman, working on own account
Mary Beaumont, sister, single, born Apr 1884, 27 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Sarah Beaumont, sister, single, born Sep 1886, 25 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Susan Beaumont, sister, single, born Sep 1888, 23 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Joseph Beaumont, father, married, born July 1843, 68 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1875, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Ester Beaumont, mother, married, born Dec 1844, 67 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1875, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist

Joseph married Esther Adams [393] [MRIN: 15] on 18 Apr 1865 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Esther was born on 31 Oct 1847 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 10 Sep 1913 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1913 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Esther were Hester Adams, Hester Baird, and Ester Beaumont.

Marriage Notes: Witnesses: Matilda Adams and James Clark.

Banns of Marriage between Joseph Beaumont Bachelor of the Parish and Esther Adams Spinster of the Parish of Little Eversden were published on the Three Sundays underwritten:
That is to say, On Sunday the 19th day of March 1865, On Sunday the 26th day of March 1865, On Sunday the 2nd day of April 1865.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Walter Beaumont [1265] was born circa May 1865 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 3 Jul 1865 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, and was buried on 31 Jan 1866 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

         ii.  Walter Beaumont [394] was born between Sep and Dec 1866 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 21 Apr 1867 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 18 Jun 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

        iii.  Henry James Beaumont [395] was born on 2 Aug 1868 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 2 May 1869 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 7 Jan 1938 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada, and was buried in 1938 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada. Other names for Henry were Harry Beaumont, Henery Beaumont, Henry J. Beaumont, and Hy J Beaumont.

3        iv.  Matilda Beaumont [358] (born between Dec 1869 and Mar 1870 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England - died on 6 Aug 1914 in Hanley, Saskatchewan, Canada)

          v.  Joseph Beaumont [396] was born between Mar and Jun 1871 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 8 Sep 1872 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 13 Jul 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

         vi.  Laura Jane Beaumont [397] was born between Jun and Sep 1872 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 4 May 1873 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 24 Jun 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Laura was Louie Beaumont.

        vii.  Agnetta Beaumont [398] was born between Mar and Jun 1874 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for Agnetta were Agnes Beaumont and Anetta Beaumont.

       viii.  Fannie Eliza Beaumont [399] was born circa 1876 in Ontario, Canada, died on 1 Jul 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Fannie was Fanny Beaumont.

         ix.  Annie Beaumont [400] was born on 10 Apr 1879 in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, died on 3 Jul 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1882 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

          x.  William John Beaumont [401] was born on 25 Apr 1881 in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, died in 1948 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Another name for William was John Beaumont.

         xi.  Mary Elizabeth Beaumont [402] was born on 1 Apr 1883 in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.

        xii.  Sarah Ann Sophia Beaumont [403] was born on 30 Sep 1884 in Muskoka And Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Sarah was Sarah A. Beaumont.

       xiii.  Susan E. Beaumont [404] was born on 16 Sep 1886 in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Susan was Susan Beaumont.




7. Esther Adams [393], daughter of John Adams [1252] and Susannah Blacktop Story [1280], was born on 31 Oct 1847 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 10 Sep 1913 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1913 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Esther were Hester Adams, Hester Baird, and Ester Beaumont.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Alt. Birth: 31 Oct 1843.

2. Alt. Birth: 1845.

3. Alt. Birth: Cir 1846, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

4. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, age 41, farm labourer, born Great Eversden
Susannah Adams, wife, married, age 31, born Great Eversden
Tanney, 10; Smith, 8; Esther, 5; Matilda, 2 (all the children are born in Little Eversden)

5. Census: 7 Apr 1861, Great Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. Esther Adams, servant, unmarried, 15, born Cambridgeshire, Little Eversden

6. Residence: 18 Apr 1865, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

7. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Address: Church Hill, Comberton, Cambridgeshire:
Joseph Beaumont, married, 26, contractor, born Comberton in Cambridgeshire
Esther Beaumont, married, 25, born Lt Eversden in Cambridgeshire
Henery, 2; Matilda 1, unnamed son, 1 week (all children born in Comberton)

8. Immigration: with her family, 13 Jul 1875, Quebec, Quebec. The family left Liverpool, England on the S.S. Peruvian (Montreal Ocean Steamship Company) on 1 Jul 1875. They arrived, via Londonderry, Ireland, in the port of Quebec at 4:30 in the morning of 13 Jul 1875.
Jos. Beaumont, Lab
E Beaumont, Wife
Walter Beaumont, 7, Child
Hy J Beaumont, 6, Child
Matilda Beaumont, 5, Child
Jos Beaumont, 4, Child
Louie Beaumont, 2, Child
Beaumont, 1 Child

9. Census: Muskoka and Parry Sound district, Humphrey and Watt and Cardwell subdistrict, 4 Apr 1881, Ontario, Canada.

10. Census: Muskoka and Parry Sound district, Humphrey and Watt and Cardwell subdistrict, 16 Apr 1891, Ontario, Canada.

11. Census: 31 Mar 1901, Muskoka And Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada. Beaumont, Joseph, male, head, married, born 21 Oct 1845, 56 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1849, English nationality, Church of England, farmer, cannot read or write
Beamont, Ester, female, wife, married, born 12 Oct 1845, 56 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1849, English nationality, Church of England, can read and write
Mary, born 1 Apr 1884, 17 years old, born Ontario
Sarah, born 29 Sep 1885, 16 years old, born Ontario
John, born 25 Apr 1882, 19 years old, born Ontario
Susan, born 15 Sep 1887, 14 years old, born Ontario
[All the children can read and write]

12. Census: 1 Jun 1911, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada. John Beaumont, head, single, born Apr 1882, 29 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist, lumberman, working on own account
Mary Beaumont, sister, single, born Apr 1884, 27 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Sarah Beaumont, sister, single, born Sep 1886, 25 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Susan Beaumont, sister, single, born Sep 1888, 23 years old, born Ontario, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Joseph Beaumont, father, married, born July 1843, 68 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1875, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist
Ester Beaumont, mother, married, born Dec 1844, 67 years old, born England, year of immigration to Canada 1875, English origin, Canadian nationality, Methodist

Esther married Joseph Beaumont [392] [MRIN: 15] on 18 Apr 1865 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Joseph was born circa 1844 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 25 Aug 1844 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, died on 12 Jul 1915 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1915 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada.

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8. James Gallaway [1052] was born in Antrim, Ireland, died in Jun 1843 in York Twp., York County, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1843 in York Twp., York County, Ontario, Canada. The cause of his death was bursting of the mill stone. Another name for James was James Galloway.

Burial Notes: He is buried in the old cemetery at the church on top of the hill at York Mills where many of his pioneer friends are also buried. There is no marker for his grave.

Research notes:
It is highly probable that he is buried at York Mills Presbyterian Church and Burial Ground (SW corner of Lot 10, Concession 1W, City of North York, formerly Township of York). The family was Church of Scotland (Presbyterian) and the church and burial grounds were located on a hill in the heart of York Mills. It was established pre-1836 on James Hogg's land (a friend/acquaintance of James Gallaway - they came to Canada together). The story goes that his wife, Agnes, drove to York Mills, had no way of getting his body back home so she buried him in York Mills. James Hogg was already dead when James Gallaway died but Agnes would have known the family and they would likely have helped her out with the burial.

General Notes: James Gallaway, along with the Yonges, Hoggs, and Pinkertons arrived in Canada in the early 18th hundreds. James and his wife Agnes arrived in Quebec around 1820 and by 1821 they were living in Hallowell in Upper Canada where James was working as a miller. In 1830, James petitioned for land in King's township - north of Muddy York at Hogg's Hollow, afterwards called York Mills. He petitioned for land again in 1837 at what was then called Pinkerton's Corners, four miles south and two miles east of the village of Cookstown. According to the family records, James and Agnes had thirteen children.

"As soon as Ontario's pioneer settlers began using Yonge Street, a thoroughfare that had been slashed through the forests by Governor Simcoe's Rangers, they faced problems negotiating the hill into and out of the ravine cut through the landscape by the west branch of the Don River. We now call this ravine Hogg's Hollow. It was on this fork of the Don that some of the area's earliest mills were erected, and it was because of these mills, located several miles north of the Town of York (Toronto's name from 1793 until 1834) in York township, that the nearby community was first named York Mills." - Toronto Sketches 6: The Way We Were, p. 237 by Mike Filey (2000)

"One of the early settlers in Nottawasaga was Joseph Galloway, who located near Creemore in 1852. Some twenty years before that time, Mr. Galloway's father, who was then living near Bradford, teamed flour into the northern township with oxen. "That flour", said Mr. Joseph Galloway, "was sold to the settlers at eight or ten dollars per barrel; but it was worth the cost as a week was taken on the round trip, and over a great part of the way the country was solid bush. It was dear flour to the settlers all the same, as some of those who purchased it had earned the necessary money by working in the harvest fields at 'the front' at fifty cents per day. Some were unable to pay the price and, on one occasion, one man went without bread for nearly two weeks." - The Pioneers of Old Ontario, p. 99 by W. L. Smith (1923)

Noted events in his life were:

1. Immigration: 1820, Quebec, Canada South.

2. Residence: Between 1821 and 1824, Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada.

3. Occupation: miller, 1824, Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada.

4. Land: of 200 acres, Jun 1824, Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada. He petitioned for the land on 9 Jun 1824. According to the petition, he had never petitioned for land in Canada before.

5. Land: Aug 1830, King Township, York, Home, Canada. Lot 24 in the 8th Concession. The area was also known as Hogg's Hollow.

6. Residence: 10 Aug 1830, West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

7. Anecdote: James teamed flour into the northern township with oxen, Cir 1832, West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Upper Canada, Canada. "That flour," said [his son] Mr. Joseph Galloway, "was sold to the settlers at eight or ten dollars per barrel; but it was worth the cost as a week was taken on the round trip, and over a great part of the way the country was solid bush. It was dear flour to the settlers all the same, as some of those who purchased it had earned the necessary money by working in the harvest fields at 'the front' at fifty cents per day. Some were unable to pay the price and, on one occasion, one man went without bread for nearly two weeks."

8. Occupation: miller at the Old Mill on the Humber River, 1836-1837, York Twp., York County, Ontario, Canada. Having learned milling in Ireland before coming to Canada, he applied for and got the position of operator of this stone mill.

9. Land: 10 Feb 1837, West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The family arrived at Pinkerton's Corners, Concession 11, Lot 6 (located four miles south and two miles east of Cookstown) after they left Hogg's Hollow. James obtained the patent to 200 acres on 10 Feb 1837.

James married Agnes Pinkerton [1053] [MRIN: 300] on 10 Sep 1818 in Balleymoney, Antrim, Ulster, Ireland. Agnes was born circa 1802 in Ireland, died on 30 Aug 1861 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1861 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Agnes were Ann Gallawa, Ann Gallaway, Ann Galloway, Anne Galloway, Ann Pinkerton, and Anne Pinkerton.

Marriage Notes: Married at the Presbyterian Church. Witness: Matthew Pinkerton and Chas. McArthur.

Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Residence: Hillhead, 10 Sep 1818, Balleymoney, Antrim, Ulster, Ireland.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Jane Galloway [1060] was born circa 1820 in Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada. Other names for Mary were Jane Adair, M. Jane Adair, Mary Jane Adair, Mary Gallaway, and Jane Galloway.

         ii.  Henry Galloway [1054] was born circa 1821, died on 2 Jan 1916 in Tecumseth, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The cause of his death was Senile degeneration. Another name for Henry was Henry Gallaway.

        iii.  Ann Nancy Galloway [1062] was born on 20 Nov 1821 in Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada, died on 7 Jul 1888 in West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Upper Canada, Canada, and was buried in West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Upper Canada, Canada. Other names for Ann were Ann Davis, Anne Davis, Ann Nancy Gallaway, and Ann Galloway.

         iv.  James Galloway [1058] was born circa 1823 in Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada. Other names for James were James Galaway and James Gallaway.

          v.  Elizabeth Gallaway [1104] was born circa 1824 in Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada, died on 6 May 1886 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Elizabeth were Elizabeth Laurence, Elizabeth Lawerence, and Elizabeth Lawrence.

         vi.  Samuel Galloway [1056] was born circa 1831 in Ontario, Canada and died after 17 Dec 1892. Other names for Samuel were Saml Gallaway and Samuel Gallaway.

        vii.  Matilda Gallaway [1172] was born circa 1833 in Ontario, Canada. Other names for Matilda were Matilda Flanigan and Matilda Galloway.

4      viii.  Mathew Galloway [897] (born in Dec 1835 in Ontario, Canada West - died between 13 Jan 1920 and 7 Apr 1922)

         ix.  Joseph Galloway [1057] was born on 11 Jul 1836 in West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Upper Canada, Canada, died on 9 Sep 1910 in Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The cause of his death was Bronchial Asthma. Another name for Joseph was Joseph Gallaway.

          x.  David Galloway [1059] was born circa 1837 and died on 8 Sep 1881 in Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada. Another name for David was David Gallaway.

         xi.  Thomas Galloway [1055] was born in 1840 in Canada West and died on 26 Sep 1893 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Thomas was Thomas Gallaway.

        xii.  William Galloway [1131] was born circa 1842 in Ontario, Canada. Another name for William was William Gallaway.




9. Agnes Pinkerton [1053] was born circa 1802 in Ireland, died on 30 Aug 1861 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1861 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Agnes were Ann Gallawa, Ann Gallaway, Ann Galloway, Anne Galloway, Ann Pinkerton, and Anne Pinkerton.

Burial Notes: The stone reads:
IN MEMORY OF / ANN / WIFE OF / JAMES / GALLAWA / DIED / AUG. 30, 1861 / AGED 59 YRS.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Alt. Birth: Cir 1804, Ireland.

2. Immigration: 1820, Quebec, Canada South.

3. Residence: Between 1821 and 1824, Hallowell, Upper Canada, Canada.

4. Residence: 10 Aug 1830, West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

5. Residence: 10 Feb 1837, West Gwillimbury, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The family arrived at Pinkerton's Corners, Concession 11, Lot 6 (located four miles south and two miles east of Cookstown) after they left Hogg's Hollow. James obtained the patent to 200 acres on 10 Feb 1837.

6. Census: 1861, Creemore, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Joseph Honeyford, farmer, born Ireland, religion [Congragl], 51, married
Ellen Honeyford, born Scotland, religion [Congragl], 20, married
William Buie, labourer, born Scotland, religion F.C., 17, single
Anne Buie, born Scotland, religion F.C., 12, single
Ann Galloway, born Ireland, religion Church of Scotland, 57

7. She work for the Honeyford family in Creemore.

Agnes married James Gallaway [1052] [MRIN: 300] on 10 Sep 1818 in Balleymoney, Antrim, Ulster, Ireland. James was born in Antrim, Ireland, died in Jun 1843 in York Twp., York County, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1843 in York Twp., York County, Ontario, Canada. The cause of his death was bursting of the mill stone. Another name for James was James Galloway.


10. James McKay [1169], son of John McKay [1652] and Margaret Campbell [1653], was born on 15 Apr 1814, was christened on 4 May 1814 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland, died on 16 Feb 1906 in Clearview, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Feb 1906 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for James were James Mc Kay and James McKoy.

Death Notes: He died in his daughter Mary's home in Duntroon Village.

Medical Notes: He had been sick for 18 months.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Residence: Laggan, 4 May 1814, Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Alt. Birth: 1816, Scotland.

3. Occupation: farm servant, 30 May 1836.

4. Census: 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. James McKoy, farmer, born in Scotland, Church of Scotland, 46, male, married, log home, 1 story, 1 family
Mary McKoy, born in Scotland, Church of Scotland, 46, female, married
John McKoy, labourer, born in Canada East, Church of Scotland, 22, male, single
Alex McKoy, labourer, born in Canada East, Church of Scotland, 19, male, single
Godfrey McKoy, labourer, born in Canada East, Church of Scotland, 16, male, single
Mary McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 14, female, single
James McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 12, male, single
Catharine McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 9, female, single
Robert McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 7, male, single
Peter McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 5, male, single
Charles McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 2, male, single

5. Occupation: farmer, 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

6. Religion: Church of Scotland, 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

7. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. James Mc Kay, male, 56, born in Scotland, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Mary Mc Kay, female, 55, born in Scotland, Scotch, Church of Scotland
John Mc Kay, male, 32, born in Quebec, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Godfrey Mc Kay, male, 27, born in Quebec, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Mary Mc Kay, female, 23, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
James Mc Kay, male, 21, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Catherine Mc Kay, female, 19, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Robert Mc Kay, male, 17, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Charles Mc Kay, male, 11, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland

8. Census: 4 Apr 1881, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. McKay James, male, 66, born in Scotland, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, farmer, married
McKay Mary, female, 66, born in Scotland, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, married
McKay Peter, male, 24, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, store clerk, single
McKay Carles, male, 21, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, school teacher, single
McAlister, Duncan, male, 15, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, single

9. Occupation: farmer, 4 Apr 1881, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

10. Religion: Presbyterian, 4 Apr 1881, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

11. Census: 31 Mar 1901, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. William Campbell, head, male, 57, married, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Ontario
Mary Campbell, wife, female, 52, married, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Ontario
Robert J Campbell, son, male, 26, single, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Ontario
Mary E Campbell, daughter, female, 19, single, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Ontario
William A Campbell, son, male, 22, single, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Ontario
Louisa Adair, niece, female, 21, single, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Ontario
James McKay, father-in-law, male, 86, widowed, Scotch, Presbyterian, born in Scotland, immigration year: 1834

12. Religion: Presbyterian, 16 Feb 1906, Clearview, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

James married Mary Macalester [1170] [MRIN: 329] on 30 May 1836 in Greenock Old, Renfrewshire, Scotland. Mary was born before 1815, was christened on 10 Jan 1815 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 26 Apr 1894 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1894 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The cause of her death was general debility/old age. Other names for Mary were Mary Mac Alester, Mary Macalester, Mary Mc Kay, Mary McAlister, Mary McAllister, and Mary McKoy.

Marriage Notes: They booked the wedding 13 May 1836.

Children from this marriage were:

5         i.  Janet McKay [898] (born in Feb 1836 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada South - died on 5 Dec 1914 in Neche, Pembina County, North Dakota, United States)

         ii.  John McKay [1621] was born circa 1839 in Canada East, died on 4 Oct 1929 in Lytton, Yale, British Columbia, Canada, and was buried on 6 Oct 1929 in Lytton, Yale, British Columbia, Canada. The cause of his death was cardiac failure/aortic aneurysm. Other names for John were John Mc Kay and John McKoy.

        iii.  Alexander McKay [1622] was born on 3 Jan 1842 in Canada East, died on 23 Jul 1913 in Wilmette, New Trier, Cook, Illinois, Canada, and was buried on 25 Jul 1913 in Dwight, Livingston, Illinois, United States. Other names for Alexander were Alexr McKay and Alex McKoy.

         iv.  Godfrey McKay [1623] was born on 9 Jul 1844 in Quebec, Canada South, died on 16 Aug 1927 in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, and was buried on 18 Aug 1927 in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. The cause of his death was apoplexy (stroke)/arteriosclerosis. Another name for Godfrey was Godfrey McKoy.

          v.  Margaret McKay [1619] was born in Feb 1846 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, died in Nov 1846 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1846 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

         vi.  Mary McKay [1624] was born on 18 Jun 1848 in Ontario, Canada, died on 4 Mar 1937 in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Mar 1937 in Collingwood, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Mary were Mary Mc Kay and Mary McKoy.

        vii.  James McKay [1620] was born in 1849 in Ontario, Canada, died in 1877 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1877 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for James were James Mc Kay and James McKoy.

       viii.  Catherine McKay [1212] was born circa 1852 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Catherine were Catharine Adair, Catherine Mc Kay, and Catharine McKoy.

         ix.  Robert McKay [1625] was born circa 1854 in Ontario, Canada. Other names for Robert were Robert Mc Kay and Robert McKoy.

          x.  Peter McKay [1626] was born on 1 Aug 1857 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, died on 13 Jan 1923 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, and was buried in Swan River, Manitoba, Canada. Another name for Peter was Peter McKoy.

         xi.  Charles McKay [1627] was born circa 1860 in Ontario, Canada. Other names for Charles were Charles Mc Kay, Carles McKay, and Charles McKoy.




11. Mary Macalester [1170], daughter of Godfry Macalester [1664] and Jennet Wilson [1665], was born before 1815, was christened on 10 Jan 1815 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 26 Apr 1894 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1894 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. The cause of her death was general debility/old age. Other names for Mary were Mary Mac Alester, Mary Macalester, Mary Mc Kay, Mary McAlister, Mary McAllister, and Mary McKoy.

Medical Notes: She had been six for six weeks.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Residence: Carnbeg, 10 Jan 1815, Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Alt. Birth: 25 Mar 1815, Isle of Islay, Scotland.

3. Census: 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. James McKoy, farmer, born in Scotland, Church of Scotland, 46, male, married, log home, 1 story, 1 family
Mary McKoy, born in Scotland, Church of Scotland, 46, female, married
John McKoy, labourer, born in Canada East, Church of Scotland, 22, male, single
Alex McKoy, labourer, born in Canada East, Church of Scotland, 19, male, single
Godfrey McKoy, labourer, born in Canada East, Church of Scotland, 16, male, single
Mary McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 14, female, single
James McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 12, male, single
Catharine McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 9, female, single
Robert McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 7, male, single
Peter McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 5, male, single
Charles McKoy, born in Canada [This Province], Church of Scotland, 2, male, single

4. Religion: Church of Scotland, 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

5. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. James Mc Kay, male, 56, born in Scotland, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Mary Mc Kay, female, 55, born in Scotland, Scotch, Church of Scotland
John Mc Kay, male, 32, born in Quebec, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Godfrey Mc Kay, male, 27, born in Quebec, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Mary Mc Kay, female, 23, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
James Mc Kay, male, 21, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Catherine Mc Kay, female, 19, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Robert Mc Kay, male, 17, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland
Charles Mc Kay, male, 11, born in Ontario, Scotch, Church of Scotland

6. Census: 4 Apr 1881, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. McKay James, male, 66, born in Scotland, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, farmer, married
McKay Mary, female, 66, born in Scotland, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, married
McKay Peter, male, 24, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, store clerk, single
McKay Carles, male, 21, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, school teacher, single
McAlister, Duncan, male, 15, born in Ontario, Presbyterian, Scotch origin, single

7. Religion: Presbyterian, 4 Apr 1881, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

8. Religion: Presbyterian, 26 Apr 1894, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

Mary married James McKay [1169] [MRIN: 329] on 30 May 1836 in Greenock Old, Renfrewshire, Scotland. James was born on 15 Apr 1814, was christened on 4 May 1814 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland, died on 16 Feb 1906 in Clearview, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in Feb 1906 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for James were James Mc Kay and James McKoy.


12. William Beaumont [1251], son of John Beaumont [1266] and Lydia Pawley [1267], was born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was christened on 2 Feb 1812 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth: Cir 1813, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

2. Census: 6 Jun 1841, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. William Beament, 25, Agricultural Labourer, born in this country
Elizabeth Beament, 25, born in this country
John Beament, 7, born in this country
Ann Beament, 5, born in this country
William, 2, born in this country

3. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Royston Lane:
Wm Beaumont, head, married, 39, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beaumont, wife, married, 34, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
John Beaumont, 17, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
Anne, 15, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
Wm, 11, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Joseph, 6, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
James, 4, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Robt., 11 moss, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton

4. Census: 1861, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Church St.:
William Beaumont, head, 49, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beaumont, wife, 44, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Joseph, 17, agricultural labourer; James, 15, agricultural labourer; Robert, 11, agricultural labourer; Esther Ann, 6, scholar; Richard, 4, scholar; Eliza, 2
[all children born Cambridgeshire, Comberton]

5. Occupation: labourer, 18 Apr 1865.

6. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Church Hill:
William Beamont, head, married, 58, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beamont, wife, married, 53, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Robert, son, unmarried, 20, coprolite digger
Richard, son, 14, coprolite digger
Eliza, daughter, 11
[all children born Cambridgeshire, Comberton]

7. Occupation: agricultural labourer, 2 Apr 1871.

William married Elizabeth [1253] [MRIN: 355]. Elizabeth was born circa 1818 in Hardwick, Cambridgeshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Beaumont [1263] was born circa 1834 in Hardwick, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for John was John Beament.

         ii.  Anne Beaumont [1264] was born circa 1836 in Hardwick, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for Anne was Ann Beament.

        iii.  William Beaumont [1259] was christened on 6 May 1838 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 22 May 1838 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

         iv.  William Beaumont [1260] was christened on 16 Jun 1839 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for William was William Beament.

          v.  Eliza Beaumont [1261] was born circa Sep 1841 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, was christened on 19 Dec 1841 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England, and was buried on 12 Feb 1843 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

6        vi.  Joseph Beaumont [392] (born circa 1844 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England - died on 12 Jul 1915 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada)

        vii.  James Beaumont [1257] was born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was christened on 30 Aug 1846 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

       viii.  Robert Beaumont [1254] was born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was christened on 6 Oct 1850 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

         ix.  David Beaumont [1262] was christened on 27 Jun 1852 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 20 Oct 1853 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

          x.  Esther Ann Beaumont [1258] was born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was christened on 17 Dec 1854 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

         xi.  Richard Beaumont [1255] was born circa 1857 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

        xii.  Eliza Beaumont [1256] was born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was christened on 7 Jul 1859 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.




13. Elizabeth [1253] was born circa 1818 in Hardwick, Cambridgeshire, England.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Census: 6 Jun 1841, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. William Beament, 25, Agricultural Labourer, born in this country
Elizabeth Beament, 25, born in this country
John Beament, 7, born in this country
Ann Beament, 5, born in this country
William, 2, born in this country

2. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Royston Lane:
Wm Beaumont, head, married, 39, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beaumont, wife, married, 34, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
John Beaumont, 17, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
Anne, 15, born Cambridgeshire, Hardwick
Wm, 11, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Joseph, 6, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
James, 4, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Robt., 11 moss, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton

3. Census: 1861, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Church St.:
William Beaumont, head, 49, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beaumont, wife, 44, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Joseph, 17, agricultural labourer; James, 15, agricultural labourer; Robert, 11, agricultural labourer; Esther Ann, 6, scholar; Richard, 4, scholar; Eliza, 2
[all children born Cambridgeshire, Comberton]

4. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Church Hill:
William Beamont, head, married, 58, agricultural labourer, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Elizabeth Beamont, wife, married, 53, born Cambridgeshire, Comberton
Robert, son, unmarried, 20, coprolite digger
Richard, son, 14, coprolite digger
Eliza, daughter, 11
[all children born Cambridgeshire, Comberton]

Elizabeth married William Beaumont [1251] [MRIN: 355]. William was born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was christened on 2 Feb 1812 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.


14. John Adams [1252] was born circa 1810 in Great Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Census: 6 Jun 1841, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, 30, labourer, born in this country
Susan Adams, 20, born in this country
Fanny, 9 mos, born in this country

2. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, age 41, farm labourer, born Great Eversden
Susannah Adams, wife, married, age 31, born Great Eversden
Tanney, 10; Smith, 8; Esther, 5; Matilda, 2 (all the children are born in Little Eversden)

3. Occupation: farm labourer, 30 Mar 1851, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

4. Census: 7 Apr 1861, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. Back Lane:
John Adams, head, married, 51, labourer, born Great Eversden
Susan Adams, wife, married, 41, labourer, born Great Eversden
Smith Adams, 18, labourer, born Little Eversden
Matilda Adams, 13, labourer, born Little Eversden
Sarah Adams, 10, labourer, born Little Eversden
Fanny Adams, 3, labourer, born Little Eversden

5. Occupation: labourer, 18 Apr 1865.

6. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, 62, labourer, born Great Eversden
Susan Adams, wife, married, 51, born Great Eversden
Fanny Adams, daughter, 14 born Little Eversden
Walter Beaumont, grandson, 4, born Comberton

7. Census: 3 Apr 1881, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, 72, labourer, born Great Eversden
Susan Adams, wife, married, 61, born Great Eversden
James Muncey, brother, 76, labourer, born Great Eversden

John married Susannah Blacktop Story [1280] [MRIN: 356] in 1840 in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, England. Susannah was born circa 1820 in Great Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for Susannah was Susan Adams.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Fanny Adams [1281] was born circa 1841 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for Fanny was Tanney Adams.

         ii.  Smith Adams [1282] was born circa 1843 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

7       iii.  Esther Adams [393] (born on 31 Oct 1847 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England - died on 10 Sep 1913 in Watt Township, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada)

         iv.  Matilda Adams [1283] was born circa 1849 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

          v.  Sarah Adams [1284] was born circa 1851 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

         vi.  Fanny Adams [1285] was born circa 1858 in Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.




15. Susannah Blacktop Story [1280] was born circa 1820 in Great Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for Susannah was Susan Adams.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Census: 6 Jun 1841, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, 30, labourer, born in this country
Susan Adams, 20, born in this country
Fanny, 9 mos, born in this country

2. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, age 41, farm labourer, born Great Eversden
Susannah Adams, wife, married, age 31, born Great Eversden
Tanney, 10; Smith, 8; Esther, 5; Matilda, 2 (all the children are born in Little Eversden)

3. Census: 7 Apr 1861, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. Back Lane:
John Adams, head, married, 51, labourer, born Great Eversden
Susan Adams, wife, married, 41, labourer, born Great Eversden
Smith Adams, 18, labourer, born Little Eversden
Matilda Adams, 13, labourer, born Little Eversden
Sarah Adams, 10, labourer, born Little Eversden
Fanny Adams, 3, labourer, born Little Eversden

4. Census: 2 Apr 1871, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, 62, labourer, born Great Eversden
Susan Adams, wife, married, 51, born Great Eversden
Fanny Adams, daughter, 14 born Little Eversden
Walter Beaumont, grandson, 4, born Comberton

5. Census: 3 Apr 1881, Little Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England. John Adams, head, married, 72, labourer, born Great Eversden
Susan Adams, wife, married, 61, born Great Eversden
James Muncey, brother, 76, labourer, born Great Eversden

Susannah married John Adams [1252] [MRIN: 356] in 1840 in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, England. John was born circa 1810 in Great Eversden, Cambridgeshire, England.

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20. John McKay [1652] .

Noted events in his life were:

1. Residence: Between 31 Jan 1809 and 30 Jan 1821, Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Residence: Laggan, 4 May 1814, Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

3. Residence: Between 5 Apr 1823 and 18 Nov 1831, Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

John married Margaret Campbell [1653] [MRIN: 463].

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Janet McKay [1656] was born circa 1809, was christened on 31 Jan 1809 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland, and died before 5 Oct 1818 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

         ii.  Mary McKay [1658] was born in 1810 and was christened on 20 Dec 1810 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

        iii.  Alexander McKay [1661] was born circa 1813 and was christened on 29 Jan 1813 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

10       iv.  James McKay [1169] (born on 15 Apr 1814, christened Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland - died on 16 Feb 1906 in Clearview, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada)

          v.  Nancy McKay [1659] was born in 1816 and was christened on 30 Jun 1816 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

         vi.  Janet McKay [1655] was born in 1818 and was christened on 5 Oct 1818 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

        vii.  Marion McKay [1662] was born circa 1821 and was christened on 30 Jan 1821 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland. Another name for Marion was Marion MacKay.

       viii.  Flora McKay [1663] was born in 1823 and was christened on 5 Apr 1823 in Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland. Another name for Flora was Flora MacKay.

         ix.  Margaret McKay [1657] was born in 1825 and was christened on 27 Jul 1825 in Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

          x.  Ester McKay [1660] was born in 1829 and was christened on 29 Dec 1829 in Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

         xi.  John McKay [1654] was born in 1831 and was christened on 18 Nov 1831 in Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.




21. Margaret Campbell [1653] .

Noted events in her life were:

1. Residence: Between 31 Jan 1809 and 30 Jan 1821, Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Residence: Laggan, 4 May 1814, Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

3. Residence: Between 5 Apr 1823 and 18 Nov 1831, Kildalton, Argyll, Scotland.

Margaret married John McKay [1652] [MRIN: 463].


22. Godfry Macalester [1664], son of John Macalester [1676], was born in 1787 in Argyll, Scotland, was christened on 24 Dec 1787 in Kilcalmonell and Kilberry, Argyll, Scotland, died on 8 Aug 1870 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1870 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Godfry were Godferry Mac Alester, Godferry Macalester, Godfery Macalester, Godfrey Macalister, Godfrey Mc Alister, Godfery Mcalesteer, Godfery Mcalester, Godfrey McAlister, Gofrey Mcalister, Godfery Mcallister, and Godfrey McAllister.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth: 1788, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Alt. Birth: 1789, Scotland.

3. Residence: Carnbeg, 10 Jan 1815, Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

4. Census: 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Godfrey McAllister, farmer, Scotland, Church of Scotland, 72, male, married, log home, 1 story, 1 family
Janet McAllister, Scotland, Church of Scotland, 70, female, married
Janet McAllister, Canada E, Church of Scotland, 17, female, single
Godfrey McAllister, Canada E, Church of Scotland, 15, male, single
Duncan McAllister, Canada W, Church of Scotland, 12, male, single

5. Occupation: farmer, 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

6. Religion: Church of Scotland, 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

7. Occupation: farmer, 8 Aug 1870, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.

Godfry married Jennet Wilson [1665] [MRIN: 464]. Jennet was born circa 1791 in Isle of Islay, Scotland, died on 20 Jun 1862 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1862 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Jennet were Janet McAllister, Janet Wilson, and Mary Wilson.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Macalester [1666] was born circa 1813, was christened on 18 Mar 1813 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 27 Oct 1899 in Collingwood, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1899 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Another name for John was John McAllister.

11       ii.  Mary Macalester [1170] (born before 1815, christened Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland - died on 26 Apr 1894 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada)

        iii.  Robert Macalester [1667] was born in 1817, was christened on 20 Apr 1817 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 29 Apr 1852 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1852 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Another name for Robert was Robert McAllister.

         iv.  Charles Macalester [1668] was born on 15 Sep 1819 in Carnbeg, Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, was christened on 28 Sep 1820 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 7 Mar 1899 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1899 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Charles were Charles Mcalester and Charles McAllister.

          v.  Anne Macalester [1669] was born circa 1822 and was christened on 30 Mar 1822 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland. Another name for Anne was Anne Mcalesteer.

         vi.  Janet Macalester [1670] was born on 12 Mar 1824 in Argyll, Scotland, was christened on 27 May 1824 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 6 Apr 1909 in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1909 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Janet were Janet Mcalester and Janet McAllister.

        vii.  Duncan Macalester [1671] was born on 1 May 1826 in Lossit, Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, was christened on 19 Jul 1826 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 21 Dec 1903 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1903 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Duncan were Duncan Mcalester and Duncan McAllister.

       viii.  Margaret Macalester [1672] was born circa 1829, was christened on 19 Mar 1829 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, and died before 1 Dec 1829. Another name for Margaret was Margaret Mcallister.

         ix.  Margaret Macalester [1673] was born between 19 Mar and 1 Dec 1829 in Scotland, was christened on 1 Dec 1829 in Kilmeny, Argyll, Scotland, died on 15 Dec 1893 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1893 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Margaret were Margaret McAllister and Margaret Mcallister.

          x.  Godfrey Macalester [1674] was born in 1832 in Isle of Islay, Scotland and was christened on 23 Dec 1832 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland. Other names for Godfrey were Godfrey Macalister, Godfrey McAlister, and Godfrey McAllister.

         xi.  Richard Macalester [1675] was born in 1833 and was christened on 29 Dec 1833 in Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland. Another name for Richard was Richard Macalister.




23. Jennet Wilson [1665] was born circa 1791 in Isle of Islay, Scotland, died on 20 Jun 1862 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1862 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Jennet were Janet McAllister, Janet Wilson, and Mary Wilson.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Residence: Carnbeg, 10 Jan 1815, Killarrow, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Census: 14 Jan 1861, Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Godfrey McAllister, farmer, Scotland, Church of Scotland, 72, male, married, log home, 1 story, 1 family
Janet McAllister, Scotland, Church of Scotland, 70, female, married
Janet McAllister, Canada E, Church of Scotland, 17, female, single
Godfrey McAllister, Canada E, Church of Scotland, 15, male, single
Duncan McAllister, Canada W, Church of Scotland, 12, male, single

Jennet married Godfry Macalester [1664] [MRIN: 464]. Godfry was born in 1787 in Argyll, Scotland, was christened on 24 Dec 1787 in Kilcalmonell and Kilberry, Argyll, Scotland, died on 8 Aug 1870 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, and was buried in 1870 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada. Other names for Godfry were Godferry Mac Alester, Godferry Macalester, Godfery Macalester, Godfrey Macalister, Godfrey Mc Alister, Godfery Mcalesteer, Godfery Mcalester, Godfrey McAlister, Gofrey Mcalister, Godfery Mcallister, and Godfrey McAllister.


24. John Beaumont [1266] was born circa 1771 in Harston, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 2 Feb 1853 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for John was John Bearmint.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Alt. Birth: Cir 1766, Harston, Cambridgeshire, England.

2. Occupation: labourer, 23 Jul 1815, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

3. Census: 6 Jun 1841, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. John Bement, 70, Agricultural Labourer, born in this country
Lidea Bemont, 60, born in this country

4. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Green End:
John Beaumont, head, married, age 85, Pauper late Agricultural Labourer, born Harston, Cambridgeshire
Lydia Beaumont, wife, married, age 75, born Comberton, Cambridgeshire
Edward Beaumont, grandson, age 17, born Cambridgeshire

John married Lydia Pawley [1267] [MRIN: 357] on 15 Feb 1792 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Lydia was christened on 15 Feb 1778 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 11 May 1858 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for Lydia were Lyddea Bearmint and Lydia Pauley.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Joseph Beaumont [1272] was christened on 12 Jan 1794 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 30 Mar 1794 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for Joseph was Joseph Bearmint.

         ii.  William Beaumont [1273] was christened on 16 Aug 1795 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 18 Aug 1795 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

        iii.  Susannah Beaumont [1274] was christened on 15 Jul 1798 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

         iv.  John Beaumont [1271] was christened in 1803 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

          v.  Marg Beaumont [1275] was christened on 20 Feb 1805 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

         vi.  Lydia Beaumont [1276] was christened on 14 Jun 1807 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

        vii.  Hannah Beaumont [1270] was christened on 18 Nov 1810 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

12     viii.  William Beaumont [1251] (christened on 2 Feb 1812, born in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England)

         ix.  Haster Beaumont [1268] was christened on 23 Jul 1815 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.

          x.  Sarah Beaumont [1269] was christened on 22 Jun 1817 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.




25. Lydia Pawley [1267], daughter of John Paulle [1277] and Lydia Blacktop [1278], was christened on 15 Feb 1778 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 11 May 1858 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for Lydia were Lyddea Bearmint and Lydia Pauley.

Noted events in her life were:

1. Census: 6 Jun 1841, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. John Bement, 70, Agricultural Labourer, born in this country
Lidea Bemont, 60, born in this country

2. Census: 30 Mar 1851, Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Green End:
John Beaumont, head, married, age 85, Pauper late Agricultural Labourer, born Harston, Cambridgeshire
Lydia Beaumont, wife, married, age 75, born Comberton, Cambridgeshire
Edward Beaumont, grandson, age 17, born Cambridgeshire

Lydia married John Beaumont [1266] [MRIN: 357] on 15 Feb 1792 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. John was born circa 1771 in Harston, Cambridgeshire, England and was buried on 2 Feb 1853 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Another name for John was John Bearmint.

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44. John Macalester [1676] was born before 1787.

Noted events in his life were:

1. Occupation: sailor in Dunskeig, 24 Dec 1787, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland.

2. Residence: Dunskeig, 24 Dec 1787, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland.

John married someone.

His child was:

22        i.  Godfry Macalester [1664] (born in 1787 in Argyll, Scotland - died on 8 Aug 1870 in Nottawasaga, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada)




50. John Paulle [1277] was born circa 1752 and was buried on 3 Jul 1832 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for John were John Paule, John Pauley, and John Pawley.

John married Lydia Blacktop [1278] [MRIN: 358] on 28 Nov 1775 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Lydia was born circa 1752 and was buried on 20 Jun 1821 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for Lydia were Lydea and Lydia Pawley.

Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage Banns: Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. October 15th, 22nd and 29th, 1775

Children from this marriage were:

25        i.  Lydia Pawley [1267] (christened on 15 Feb 1778 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England - buried on 11 May 1858 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England)

         ii.  Sushannah Paule [1279] was christened on 23 Dec 1792 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England.




51. Lydia Blacktop [1278] was born circa 1752 and was buried on 20 Jun 1821 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for Lydia were Lydea and Lydia Pawley.

Lydia married John Paulle [1277] [MRIN: 358] on 28 Nov 1775 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. John was born circa 1752 and was buried on 3 Jul 1832 in Comberton, Cambridgeshire, England. Other names for John were John Paule, John Pauley, and John Pawley.

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