The Baths of Alltyferin
Marian Osler / Bath / Francis (1841 - 1915)
Marian was the daughter of Edward Osler and Sarah Atkinson. Edward was a physician / surgeon at the Swansea Infirmary from 1819 -1825 and joined the Royal Navy as a ship's surgeon, doing a tour of duty in the West Indies. He gravitated to the literary field with his publication in 1835 of a biography of the Cornish Admiral, Viscount Exmouth and his authorship of several other books of a scientific nature and many hymns. He became the editor of the Royal Cornwall Gazette in 1841 and moved to Truro, Cornwall. A short biography and an audio of some of his hymns can be found at : Cyber Hymnal His father, also named Edward, was a merchant in Falmouth. His great grandfather, also Edward, is said to have been a merchant seaman and perhaps a pirate.
In 1866, some two years after the death of her husband, Henry Bath of Longlands, Marian Osler-Bath and her sister Jennette arrived in Dundas, Ontario, Canada to visit their uncle, Featherstone Lake Osler. Marian also brought along her two and a half year old son Percy Atkinson Bath.(see Jennette's shipboard letter ) Compared to the towns of Swansea and Falmouth the Ontario wilderness during that fall and winter must have been quite a change for the two English ladies. Nevertheless, they appear to have established close, friendly ties with their Osler cousins that would last for the rest of their lives.
In 1837, Featherstone Lake Osler became one of the first of Ontario's Anglican "saddlebag ministers" who ministered to the far flung wilderness communities. His previous occupation had been as a lieutenant in the Royal Navy, at one time serving on HMS Victory. He turned down an invitation to serve on the "Beagle", as science officer, on it's historic voyage to the Galapagos Islands, because his father was dying.. He must have been a formidable man and an enlightened father for so many of his eleven children to make the mark they would have on Canadian history.
Featherstone Osler (Jr.) was called to the bar in 1860 and made a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in 1879 and a Judge of the Court of Appeals in 1883. In 1880, he had refused an appointment to the Supreme Court of Canada because he didn't speak French. He retired from the bench in 1910 and became president of the Toronto General Trusts Corporation.
Britton Bath Osler became a famous criminal lawyer most noted for being the crown attorney in the 1885 trial of Louis David Riel, the leader of two Metis / Indian "rebellions" in western Canada. The Metis were the offspring of mixed European and Indian marriages who depended on the Bison for their livelihood. The Bison were in turn dependant on free and open ranges. Furious at the off handed way the Canadian government had declared its sovereignty over the now province of Manitoba and had begun to survey the land in preparation for its sale to immigrants, Riel and his people seized control and expelled the government officials. He then attempted to negotiate a better deal for the Metis and native peoples, but faced with an approaching army fled to the United States. Several years later he was back, summoned by his people who had begun to feel the full effects of the encroachment of settlers and the loss of the Bison herds. This time the native Indian tribes rose with the Metis. The Canadian Government was faced with a serious challenge that may have resulted in the loss of all the western territories and responded swiftly with an army led by the British General Wollesley, who would later lead the British forces into the Sudan. Skirmishes and full flung battles took place between red coats and Metis / Native warriors with the early victories going to the latter. Riel was eventually defeated and captured, but his trial proved to be one of the most sensitive issues of that time. Riel and many of the Metis were Catholics and had family in French speaking Québec. Naturally, their cause had wide spread support in a province that contained approximately one half of the population of Canada and Riel's prosecution had to be handled in such a way as to leave no doubt that he deserved the sentence of the court. Therefore Britton Bath Osler was pricked as the crown attorney. Though Britton achieved the end with fair means by focusing the trial on Riel's ordering the execution / murder of a vocal opponent (murder being a capital crime), the issue of Riel's hanging still rankles the relationship between English and French Canadians even today.
Sir Edmund Boyd Osler became a wealthy financier, president of the Dominion Bank, the Ontario Québec Railway, the Toronto Board of Trade, the Toronto Ferry Company and a Director of the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Canada North-West Land Company, among others. As such he was a major participant in the construction of Canada's transportation infrastructure that joined the Pacific to the Atlantic and retained British Columbia and the Prairie provinces in the Canadian Confederation. He ran unsuccessfully for Mayor of Toronto, but was elected to the Parliament of Canada in 1896. He died at his home, "Craigleigh", in the Rosedale district of Toronto in 1924.
Sir William Osler is probably the best known of Marian's cousins and the one with whom she had the closest friendship. He became a world renowned physician and professor of medicine on whom so much has been written that it's pointless to repeat it all here. Suffice to say that he has been claimed as the father of many modern medical practices and that he may have more medical institutions, libraries etc. named after him than any other individual.
Sir Edmund Boyd Osler Britton Bath Osler Sir William Osler
Marion, Jennette and Percy returned to Britain in 1867. She probably moved back into Longlands House in Swansea, left to her in Henry Bath's will, for on November 21, 1867 she married George Grant Francis Jr. at St. James Church in that town. George Francis was the son of a notable Welsh antiquarian (also named George Grant Francis) and was employed as a mining agent. By 1870 George and Marian had emigrated permanently to Canada and had taken up residence in the St. Antoine district of Montréal, Québec. They were to have eight children together despite George's frequent absences on business for the West Canada Mining Co.. Marian's sister Jennette, who sadly never married, became a permanent household member, a second mother to the Marian's brood and "Little Auntie" to the future grandchildren. That their mother had died shortly after Marian's birth may have some bearing on this close relationship.
The Francis house at 66 McGill College Ave. (C. 1869)
Another fixture of the Francis household was William Osler, then a student and later a professor of medicine at McGill University. The future Sir William seems to have suffered from an initial lack of confidence and it was to Marian and Jennette that he turned for help. They would form a practice audience for his lectures, proofread and type his writings and provide a second home for him to which he was closely attached. Sir William had a special affinity for children and would spend much of his leisure time in playing with the Francis brood. As his fame grew and he was called upon to take up positions in the United States and Britain and formed a family of his own, he always kept in contact with Marian. Much of their correspondence has survived and can be found at the Osler Library of McGill University.
Percy grew up in Montréal and apparently also attended McGill. In 1886 he married Alice Ruth Whitney and moved with her to Toronto. Though his career as a stockbroker remains in obscurity it is probable he came under the wing of Sir Edmund Boyd Osler and Edmund's sometime business partner Sir Henry Pallet, the builder of Casa Loma in Toronto. From Toronto, the family moved to Oakville, Ontario, where Percy bought a home called "Belaire", built in 1856, right on the shore of Lake Ontario. There the family enjoyed their own beach and maintained a large cherry orchard as part of the property. In 1908 Percy became the first president of the Oakville Sports and Leisure Club, served on the town council and by 1912 had begun, in partnership with V. Robin, the first Ford Motor dealership in the town. Percy and Alice raised three sons and a daughter at Belaire and would make arduous journeys over the poor roads to attend services at St. James Anglican Church in the town. Today, both Belaire and St. James appear much as they were in Percy's time.
"Belaire" (built 1856) , Bath St., Oakville, Ontario.
St. James Anglican Church, Oakville, Ontario.
Bath & Robin Garage, Oakville 1911
Two of Percy's sons served with the Canadian Forces in the First World War. Edward (Todd) Bath was a Captain in the 48th Highlanders of Toronto, was gassed and captured at the 2nd Battle of Ypres, (Apr. 1915) escaped, recaptured and was released shortly before the Armistice in October of 1918. Unfortunately, the injuries he suffered in the gas attack caused him to succumb to the influenza epidemic shortly after he was liberated. There is a memorial and biography for Todd at the St. Andrew's College site. A letter written to his mother describing some of his adventures can be found on the Edward Bath page. Henry Bath served as a lieutenant in the Royal Flying Corps. Charles was excluded due to a heart defect of which he would die at the age of 48.
Percy continued to live at Belaire after Alice's death in 1928. He acquired an interest in genealogy and compiled the "family tree" as given below. He had always been a lover of sailing and during his final years had acquired a sailboat aptly called "Wanderer"; for that was what he did whenever possible, spending most of his summers cruising the Great Lakes. He died shortly before Christmas, 1949 in his 86th year.
"Belair," Oakville, Dec. 1937.
To The Family
It gives me great pleasure to send a copy of the "Family Tree" which
I hope will be found interesting.
Please do not feel under any obligation to me, as the work was a
"Labour of Love" and the expenses of reproduction were taken off my
With grateful thanks to all those who have helped me.
(signed) Percy A. Bath
(Transcription notes: The layout was changed to fit this web page. Some additional information has been entered in blue. An original copy may be found at the Hamilton Public Library.)
Edward Osler Born: 1732 Died: 1786 Married: 1758 Joan Drew
Children: 1) John
2) Edward b. July 26, 1768. ( see A below)
5) Benjamin b. Feb. 12, 1775 (B)
(A) Edward Osler Born: July 26, 1768. Died: 1832. Married: 1795 Mary Paddy, Born: 1772. Died: April 1864. Daughter of Edward Paddy & Mary Rowling (m. Dec. 26, 1771). Mary Paddy’s sister, Elizabeth, married Henry Bath of Rose Hill, Swansea Nov. 7, 1796. ( see Paddy Family)
Children:(1) Edward Born: Jan 31, 1798 at Falmouth. Died: March 7, 1863 at Truro, Cornwall. Married: < 1822 (1) Jennette Powell, daughter of Mary and William Powell of the town of Swansea / Architect, d. aged 35, Swansea Mar. 15, 1828. Children: Mary Ann Osler, d. aged 7, Swansea Feb. 1829 , Edward Llewellyn Osler d. Sept. 1844 aged 22, Truro, Cornwall. Jennette and Mary Ann are interred in the Powell plot at the Parish Church of SS. David & Cyfelach, Llangyfelach.
Married (2) Jan. 1838 Sarah Atkinson, Born: 1805. Died: 1842.
Children: I) William Henry b. Oct. 17, 1838 d. Oct. 14, 1872.
II) Jennette b. Dec. 26, 1839. d. Feb. 14, 1936.
III) Marian (Marion) b. Jan. 25, 1841 d. April, 1915. Married firstly Nov. 14,
1862, Henry Bath of Longlands, Swansea (son of Henry Bath of Rose Hill)
b. Aug. 15 1797 d. Oct. 13, 1864.
Children : Percy Atkinson Bath b. April 22, 1864 d. Dec. 16, 1949.(see Bath below)
Married secondly Nov. 17, 1867, at Swansea, George Grant Francis (Jr.), d. 1907.
Children: i) George Grant (II) b. Apr. 10, 1870. d. June 7, 1888.
ii) Marian Georgina b. May 14, 1871 d. Sept. 5, 1931 Married 1st May
13,1893 Charles Lambert Bath. b. 1858 d. 1899.
Children: a) Charles Lambert Bath Jr. b. Sept. 9, 1894,(m. 1929 Laurie Brophy).
b)Marian Bath b. Sept. 20, 1895 m. 1917 Rae Simpson.
Married 2nd1908 H.C. Osborne.
iii) Gwyn Ll. b. May 7, 1874. Married Apr. 21, 1903 Violet Langmuir
Children: a) Jean Grant b. Feb. 8, 1904 Married Julian Miles Avery
Children: aa) Margot Clarissa b. July 7, 1931
bb) Sara Gay b. Apr. 17, 1933
cc) Marian Lynn b. Dec. 11, 1934
b) Violet Elizabeth b. Feb. 26, 1908
iv) Britton Bath Osler. b. Dec. 19, 1876. Married June 10, 1903 Maud Powell
Children: a) Lola Maud b. Apr. 30, 1904
b) Britton Powell b. Sept. 11, 1905 d. Oct. 29 1981. Married (1) Naomi Jean Harris
Children: aa) Pamela Anne b. Nov. 1933
Britton married (2) Apr. 8, 1942 Leila Florence Flinter
Children bb) Linda Maureen b. 1944, m. 1964 Erik Fritz Larsen
Children: aaa) Yvonne Lee b. 1965 m. 2000 Eric Diebert
bbb) Anita Lynn b. 1972
ccc) Kevin Erik b. 1979
cc) Britton Michael Francis b. 1947, m.1969 Heather Pinchbeck b. 1951
Children: aaa) Sharlena b. 1969 m. James Lofty
Children aaaa) Jessica Lofty
bbbb) Hailey Lofty
bbb) Deidre b. 1974 - Wayne Tyson
Children aaaa) Dylan Tyson
bbbb) Dustin Tyson
ccc) David Britton b. 1984
dd) Diane Kathleen Francis. b. 1952 m. (1) Don Lindley (2) Paul Gutensohn
Children: aaa) Nathaniel Don Gutensohn b. 1974
bbb) April Diana Gutensohn. 1976
c) Keith Grant b. Dec. 12, 1908
v) William Willoughby. b. Apr. 8 1878 Married Mar. 14, 1921 Hilda Martha Colley.
Children: a) Marian Grace b. Jan. 10, 1922
vi) Gwendolyn b. Oct. 2, 1879. Married Oct. 2, 1879 Edward Bertram Gay Andras
Children: a) Margaret Gay b. June 10, 1907 Married Sept. 26, 1925 John C.
Children: aa) Vivian Josephine b. July 2, 1926
bb) John Clive b. Feb. 18, 1928
cc) Nancy Jean b. June 9, 1931
b) Kenneth Bertram b. Apr. 5, 1909 Married Sept. 12, 1936 Eliz.Boyd Graham
c) Violet Isabel b. Nov. 14, 1911
d) John Ladislaus b. Dec. 25, 1912
vii) Beatrice Bath b. Mar. 13, 1881.
viii) James R. b. Dec. 25, 1883 d. 1929. Married 1914 Joan Raikes
Children : a) Robin Felicity b. 1925
b) Richard Osler Moberly b. 1927.
Edward Osler married (3) Charlotte Susanna Free b.1805 d. 1868, at Clifton; 2 Apr. 1850.
2) Samuel b. May 9, 1800. d. 1889 Married Harriet Read
Children: I) Samuel b. Feb. 28, 1827. Married Sarah Hughs – 2 sons
II) Charles b. Jan. 29 1824
III) Elizabeth b. Aug. 19, 1826. Married 1845, William H. Spencer – 1 Dau. Henrietta
3) Featherstone Lake b. Dec. 14, 1805 d. 1895. Married Feb. 6 1837 Ellen Free Picton b. Dec. 14, 1806 d. Mar. 18, 1907.
Children: I) Featherstone b. June 4, 1838. (C)
II) Britton Bath b. June 19, 1839 d. Feb. 5, 1901. Married 1st Caroline Smith 2nd 1897 Elizabeth Ramsay.
III) Ellen M. b. Mar. 18, 1841 d. Mar. 20, 1903. Married Oct. 20, 1868 A.E. Williamson.
Children: i) Alexander E. b. 1871 d. 1936. Married Sept. 24, 1909 Anna Stevenson.
IV) Edward Lake b. Nov. 20, 1842. (F)
V) Edmund B. b. Nov. 20, 1845. (D)
VI) Charlotte b. Dec. 6, 1847. (E)
VII) Francis L. b. Dec. 6 1847 d. 1932. Married May 24, 1882 Isobel Fowler
Children: i) Ralph b. Oct. 17, 1891 d. 1916.
VIII) William b. July 12, 1849 d. Dec. 29, 1919. Married 1892 Grace Revere Gross, widow of Dr. Samuel Gross of
Children: i) Paul Revere. b. 1893 d. 1893
ii) Edward Revere. b. Dec 28, 1895 d. Aug. 30, 1917. Lt. Royal Field Artillery, Killed in action.
4) Mary Married Thomas Dash.
Children: I) Edward b. 1840 d. 1870.
II) Mary b. 1838 d. 1891.
III) Emma b. 1842 d. 1926. Married 1st Thomas Truran – 2nd ? Cookin.
IV) George b. 1844. Married Mary Simmons.
5) Elizabeth b. 1808 d. 1895
6) Richard b. 1808 d. 1857. Married Anna (Corne, Arthur?).
Children: I) Richard b. 1831 d. 1850.
II) John b. 1833.
III) Arthur b. Sept. 2, 1836. d. June 27, 1888. Married Mary Hodge
Children: i) Edward
IV) Anna b. Sept. 22, 1888
V) William b. July 16, 1840. d. Mar. 29, 1882. Married 1888 Alice H. Hall.
VI) Mary b. 1841 d. 1844.
VII) Edward b. Jan 21, 1844 d. 1891. Married 1871 Amelia ? – 1 Dau.
VIII) James b. 1846 d. 1866
IX) Jane b. 1848
7) Emma Married 1st – Henry Blee, 2nd – Thomas Hickes
8) Henrietta b. 1813. Married William Boundy.
9) Henry Bath b. Aug. 19, 1815 d. Mar. 8, 1902. Married 1844, Harriet Parsons b. 1816 d. 1903.
Children: I) Edward Henry b. Feb 21, 1845 d. June 29, 1931. m. Kate Fairbanks b. 1853 d. Nov. 23, 1925.
Children: i) Douglas Fairbanks b. Mar. 10, 1880
ii) Stratton Harry b. Oct. 18, 1882 d. 1930 m. Jan. 10, 1922 Marjorie
Twining. 2 Dau’s Mary Kate b. 1925, Kathleen Ruth b. 1927.
iii) May Eugenie b. Dec. 8, 1886 m.. Nov. 25, 1915 Fred Inkster.
Children: Katherine b. 1918, Robert b. 1920, Muriel Fairbanks b. 1922.
iv) Kathleen Frances b. Nov. 26, 1888 m. May 15, 1916 James Mess.
Children: John Osler b. 1918, Suzanne Kathleen b. 1928.
II) Frances H. b. Dec. 13, 1847. Married 1889 F. Banks d. 1910
III) Mary b. 1849 d. Sept. 1899. Married 1877 Horace Thorne. b. 1844 d. 1913.
Children: i) Harold Spencer b. Feb. 1 1879 m. Dec. 3, 1919 Elsie Danner.
ii) Stuart Mills b. Aug. 1, 1880 d. 1921.
iii) Elsie Marion b. Dec. 23, 1884 m. 1930 Charles Gorman.
IV) Emma b. June 2, 1852 d. 1924
V) William Parsons b. 1854 d. Feb. 28, 1925. Married 1883 Laetitia Millet d. Oct. 22, 1921
Children: i) Moira K. b. Apr. 28, 1885 Married Mar. 4, 1919 Jas. M. Crawford
Children: a) Stewart Osler b. Sept. 12, 1922
b) Emma Louise b. Jan. 6, 1923
c) Jean Margaret b. Sept. 13, 1926
d) Irene F. b. June 29, 1890 Married 1918 Ernest V. Lamache
Children: aa) Letitia Gertrude b. June 15, 1921
bb) William John b. Sept. 6, 1922
cc) Ernest Henry b. May 23, 1892 Married Oct.30,1938
Clara Ellen Peagram
dd)Gertrude L. b. Aug. 25, 1895 d. 1926
VI) Ernest b. Aug. 3, 1857 d. 1929.
VII) Gertrude Ellen b. 1860 d. Oct. 12, 1901. Married 1885 John Edward Boswell b. May 18, 1859
d. Aug. 20, 1920
Children: i) Ernest Beverley b. Aug. 15, 1886 d. Apr. 23, 1925 Married Aug. 16, 1914
Winifred A. Boulden
ii) Edward Campbell b. Feb. 10, 1888 Married 1st Phoebe Louisa Smith d. Mar. 8, 1934
Children: a) Walter Edward b. Sept. 29, 1929
b) Mary Elizabeth Frances b. May 26, 1931
iii) Walter Osler b. Jan. 19, 1890 d. Mar. 3, 1919
iv) Henry Grove b. Jan. 7, 1892 Married 2nd Aug. 1939 Mary Louise Chidley
(B) Benjamin b. Feb 12, 1775 M. Jane Sawle
Children: 1) Sarah
3) Jane - Married Joseph Toy.
Children: I) Mary - Married J. W. Dodge.
Children: adopted(?) i) Susan – Married Ivan T. Rule
ii) Mary W.
iii) George T.
II) Susan M. - Married Ralph H. Ensign.
Children: i) Joseph R.
ii) Susan A. – Married W. I. Morse
iii) Julia – Married R. Darling
III) Ann – Married L. S. Ellsworth.
Children: i) Annie S. – Married Emmet Schultz
ii) Henry E.
iii) John S.
IV) Julia – Married Charles H. Buck.
Children: adopted(?) i) William
ii) Sarah – Married A. C. Crehore
IV) Benjamin - son; Rev. Benjamin Osler
V) Stephen – son; Dr. Thomas Henry Osler
Note: Sarah Watson, Australia ; Susan Devine, Flumstead Cape Town ; Rev. Benj. Osler, Exmouth ; Dr. Thomas Henry Osler, Cape Colony ; Ensign Simsbury ; Morse, Lynn, Mass. ; Ellsworth, Simsbury, Conn., James S. Ellsworth, New Canaan, Conn. ; Chas. S. Buck, 409 N. Broadway, Yonkers.
(C) Featherstone Osler Born June 4, 1838 Died 1924. Married 1861, Henrietta Smith Born May 20, 1839 Died Mar. 15, 1902.
Children: 1) Henry Smith b. Nov. 8, 1862 d. Dec. 8, 1933. Married July 3 1900, Janet Winifred Christie.
Children: I) Philip Featherstone b. Sept. 2, 1901 Married Audrey Ethel Stewart – 2 Dau.
2) Georgina Pickton b. Oct. 27, 1864 d. Sept. 6, 1939. Married Aug. 30, 1892 Alex C. Abbott d. Sept. 11, 1935.
Children: I) Alex b. 1893 d. 1894
II) Britton Vaughan b. 1897
III) Katherine b. Apr. 0, 1899. Married May 28, 1924 Thomas A. Malloch.
IV) William Osler Abbott b. July 26, 1902. Married June 7, 1928 Lucy Waldo.
3) Henrietta Maria Penfold b. Aug. 12, 1866 d. Feb. 1, 1904. Married June 26, 1895 N. F. Davidson.
Children: I) Amy Caroline b. July 25, 1897.
II) Marjory Ferrah b. Aug. 12, 1898 d. Mar. 23, 1899.
4) Clara Dubois b. June 16, 1868. Married Feb. 5, 1896 Gerald Fitzgerald.
5) Beatrice Bath b. Sept. 23, 1872. Married June 4, 1899 Rev. Jno. Mockridge.
Children: I) Elizabeth b. Dec. 9, 1899.
II) Harold b. Sept. 24, 1901. Married June 1, 1928 Katherine Ewart.
III) Beatrice b. Jan. 15, 1904. Married 1931 Darcy Harcourt
IV) John Britton b. Apr. 28, 1907. Married Dec. 15 1933 Elizabeth Bateman.
6) Featherstone Britton b. July 5, 1874. Married Sept. 8, 1909 Marion Pickton Gwyn b. June 6, 1887.
Children: I) Britton Michael b. June 10, 1910. Married June 8, 1935 Mary L. Foreman.
Children: i) Anthony William Britton b. Oct. 2, 1936.
ii) Marion Lorraine b. Mar. 21, 1939
II) John Gwyn b. May 20, 1912. Married Oct. 6, 1938 Ursula Caroline Carr Bennett
III) Elizabeth Henrietta b. May 30, 1915.
IV) Campbell Revere b. June 21, 1918. Married Jan. 12, 1940 Dorothy Eliz. Ridout
7) Edward Glyn b. Sept. 20, 1876. Married June 19, 1908 Florence K. Scarth
Children: I) Britton Bath b. Dec. 17, 1904. Married Apr. 23 1930 Barbara Green
Children i) Glyn Wentworth b. Feb. 3, 1931.
ii) Derek Britton b. July 8, 1933.
iii) Pamela Green b. July 20, 1937
II) Glyn F. b. Aug. 8, 1906. d. July 15, 1939
III) Barbara Scarth b. Jan. 9, 1918.
IV) Peter Scarth b. May 31, 1916.
(D) Edmund Boyd Osler b. Nov. 20, 1845 d. Aug. 4 1924. Married Sept. 20, 1873 Ann Farquharson Cochran b. 1848 d. 1910.
Children : 1) Francis Gordon b. Nov. 28, 1874 Married Oct. 17, 1900 Margaret Scott Ramsey.
Children: I) Phyllis Amy b. Apr. 4 1902 Married 1st. June 3, 1925 George Dean d. 1926, 2nd Oct. 30, 1929 Allen Aiken.
Children: i) Sarah Ann b. Sept. 25, 1930.
ii) Allen Osler b. May 5, 1932.
iii) Jane b. Aug. 13, 1934.
II) William Ramsay b. June 24, 1903.
III) Gordon Stuart b. Apr. 28, 1905 Married June 28, 1935 Susan Wisner
Children: i) David Stuart b. June 22, 1936.
IV) Robert Free b. Dec. 26, 1910. Married Sept. 5, 1936 Evelyn E. Harty.
V) Patrick b. Sept. 30, 1916.
2) Ellen Picton b. July 12, 1876 Married Jan 29, 1903 Bertram H. Bowen d. 1935.
Children: I) Edmund Herbert b. Dec. 25, 1903 d. Sept. 15, 1906.
II) Bertram Osler b. July 1, 1905 Married July 16, 1930 Margery Schofield
Children: i) Jane Osler b. June 5, 1931.
ii) David Bertram b. Mar. 29, 1935.
III) Gwynneth Mary b. Sept. 13, 1906
IV) Gwendolyn Laura b. Nov. 28, 1909 Married Themistocles John Frangopulo
V) Mary Gordon b. Nov. 15, 1914
VI) Ellen Margaret b. May 18, 1918
3) Annabel Margaret b. July 17, 1878 Married Aug. 27, 1903 Wilmot L. Mathews d. May 1933
Children: I) Ethel Ann F. b. Sept. 23, 1904 d. Apr. 4, 1934 Married Sept. 1928 Hugh C. Cayley
Children: i) Hugh C. b. Aug. 30, 1932
II) Wilmot Donald b. July 2, 1906 Married Aug 1, 1931 Janet McCullough
Children: i) Jennifer Ann b. Apr. 2, 1934
ii) Wilmot Leslie b. June 27, 1936
4) Edmund Featherstone b. June 26, 1880 Married 1st Agnes Gwynneth Sim
Children: I) Gwyn Hamilton b. Jan 17, 1906 Married Feb. 9, 1932 Madeline Wills
Children: i) Edmund Gordon b. May 15, 1935
ii) Andrew b. Feb. 17, 1938
Married 2nd Nadine J. H. Kerr
Children: II) Anne Evelyn b. Apr. 13, 1910 Married Dec. 21, 1933 Donald Gunn
III) Margaret Katherine b. July 21, 1914
IV) Jas. Gordon b. Sept. 27, 1915
5) Hugh Farquharson b. Nov. 17, 1881 Married 1st Nov. 20, 1907 Kathleen Harty d. Dec. 22, 1929
Children: I) William Edmund b. Oct. 31, 1908 Married May 10, 1930 Jessie O’Donnell
Children: i) Kathleen Harty b. July 2, 1931
ii) William Edmund b. May 16, 1933
iii) John Cochran b. Oct. 1936
iv) Hugh b. Nov. 1937
II) Hugh F. b. June 19, 1911 d. Mar. 31, 1920
III) John Cochran b. Nov. 2, 1912 d. Jan. 28, 1913
IV) John Harty b. Feb. 28, 1915 Married June 5, 1937 Elizabeth Nevill Guest
V) Edmund B. b. Aug. 21, 1919
VI) Gordon Peter b. June 19, 1922
Married 2nd Mar. 2, 1931 Embree McBride
Children:VII) Alan Embree b. May 26, 1936
6) Mary Eliz. L. b. May 2, 1886 Married 1st Sept. 25, 1907 Geo. S. Gibbons d. Oct. 24, 1919
Children: I) Alan Osler b. Dec. 18, 1908
II) Ann Cochran b. Sept. 21, 1910 Married July 23, 1932 Robert Wilkinson
Children: i) Robert Jeremy b. July 11, 1935
III) Mary Elizabeth b. Oct. 19, 1911 Married Dec. 3, 1930 Eric S. Clarke Married 2nd June 22, 1926 Edmund Boyd
(E) Charlotte Elizabeth Osler b. Dec. 6, 1847 d. Jan. 26, 1925 Married July 3, 1872 Herbert Charles Gwyn b. Apr. 29, 1843 d. Jan. 8, 1926
Children: 1) Herbert Britton b. May 5, 1873 d. Mar. 12, 1934 Married 1st Kath. McConochie d. 1912. No Issue. Married 2nd Virginia Percival Children: I) Herbert Campbell Percival b. Sept. 15, 1918 d. Sept. 28, 1927
2) Norman Beechy b. Jan. 2, 1875
3) Rachel Caroline b. Oct. 16, 1876 Married July 1907 Almon Abbott
Children: I) Henry Paul Gwyn Almon b. Apr. 25, 1909 Married Dec. 22, 1931 Elizabeth Lister Knight
Children: i) Faith Elizabeth b. Jan. 24, 1936
II) Rachel Ella Almon b. Nov. 3, 1910 Married June 21, 1932 Stewart Ikeler
III) Osler A. b. June 6, 1912
IV) Faith E. b. Nov. 5, 1914
V) Nancy M. b. Apr. 13, 1921
4) Amy Marian b. July 21, 1878 Married Sept. 1908 Thomas McRae d. June 30, 1935
5) William Trevor b. Jan. 14, 1880 Married June 2, 1906 Emily Spragge
Children: I) Charles Featherstone b. Nov. 29, 1909 Married May 15, 1937 Marion McEachern
II) Elizabeth Emily b. Nov. 29, 1909
III) William b. May 6, 1914 d. Feb. 13, 1922
6) Aylmer Hammond b. Feb. 3, 1883 Married 1913 Mildred R. Cowan d. Sept. 1, 1927
7) Charles Campbell b. Dec. 5, 1884 d. Apr. 1917
8) Marion Picton b. June 6, 1887 Married Sept. 8, 1909 Britton Osler (see above)
9) Emma H. Nona b. July 7, 1889 Married Jan. 24, 1923 Cecil J. S. Stuart
Children: I) Amy Elizabeth b. Sept. 28, 1924
II) Ann Gwyn b. June 26, 1929
(F) Edward Lake Osler b. Nov. 20, 1842 d. Mar. 18, 1906 Married Oct. 27, 1866 Marion Wylde b. 1848 d. Mar. 9 1886
Children: 1) Isobel Marion Ellen b. Jan. 18, 1868 d. May 19, 1937 Married Feb. 26, 1889 Arthur Meredith d. 1895
Children: I) Allen Picton Osler b. Oct. 31, 1889 Married Jan. 4, 1919 Jean A. Wright
Children: i) Marion Osler b. Mar. 25, 1920
ii) William Wright b. July 7, 1921 d. Sept. 13, 1922
iii) Edmund Allen b. Apr. 3, 1924
iv) Michael b. Aug. 30, 1928
v) Henry Wright b. Mar. 25, 1931
II) Paul Featherstone b. 1892 d. 1892
III) Frances Marion Pauline b. July 8, 1893 Married Jan. 8, 1918 James O’Reilly
Children: i) Isobel Margaret b. Dec. 17, 1919
ii) Jas. Meredith O’Reilly b. Feb. 28, 1926
2) Ethel b. Feb. 16, 1870 Married July 9, 1891 Mervyn Mackenzie d. Sept. 30, 1938
Children: I) Joan Isobel Marion b. Nov. 12, 1895 Married July 27, 1918 Douglas Fisken
Children: i) Ellen Mary b. Dec. 13, 1927
ii) John Ledlie b. Sept. 16, 1933
Percy Atkinson Bath b. Apr. 22, 1864 d. Dec. 16, 1949 Married Apr. 28, 1886 Alice Ruth Whitney b. Nov. 15, 1863 d. Mar. 28, 1928
Children: 1) Charles Whitney Bath b. Apr. 5, 1887 d. Oct. 16, 1934 Married Oct. 28, 1915 Constance Linda Goddard b. Dec. 29, 1892 d. 1984
Children: I) Cooper Whitney b. 1916 Married Marion Mawhiney
II) Marion Constance b. 1917 Married Sept. 2, 1939 Denis Nevitt
III) James Edward b. 1920 Married Josephine McGowan
IV) Marjorie Helen b. 1922 Married Benjamin Meyer
V) Charles Richard b. 1924 Married Lorraine Techire
VI) George William b. 1926 Married Kathleen (Kaye) Gapp
VII) Nancy Ann b. Sept. 18, 1932 d. Dec. 17, 1933
2) Henry James Bath b. Feb. 12 1889 Married Aug. 16, 1915 Kathleen Louise Snider b. Oct. 10, 1886
Children: I) Winnifred Madeleine b. Jan. 5, 1918
II) Donald Henry Whitney b. Mar. 30, 1925
3) Edward Osler Bath b. Mar. 23, 1892 d. Nov. 23, 1918
4) Gwendolyn Margaret Bath b. Nov. 7, 1895 Married Sept. 27, 1923 Franklin Field Wilson b. Mar. 30, 1887
Children: I) Edward James b. Apr. 25, 1928
II) Elizabeth Ruth b. Sept. 17, 1931