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Descendants of Philpot John Sutton

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33. Ellen Lucia Sutton (John Philpot , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 2 Jan 1851 in Kingston, Frontenac Co., Ont., CAN. She died on 1 May 1936 in Toronto, York Co., Ont., CAN.

1. Found in the 1861 Ontario Census, Brant Co., Brantford, File#; C-1108, Film#;349249, sheet 34, line 32, Framed house, 1 1/2 stories, single family, age 12, single, Rel; Baptist, with parents, John (44) and Mrs (37) and siblings, Adelbert (17), John (8), Adda (6) Henry (1) and Wm (2)

2. 1869: James MILLER, 28, New Dundee Ont, same, b, Gentleman, s/o John & Jane MILLER, married Ellen L. SUTTON, 19, Kingston, Brantford, s, d/o John P. & Ann S. SUTTON, witn; James C. YULE, Amelia YULE, both Toronto, married 1 September 1869 (Vol3p124)

3. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Wilmot Township, div-1, family 142, p. 47, age 21, b. Ont., English, married, with James (30), Nelley (3/12) b. Jan 1871, They are at the home of Janet Millar (37)

4. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Proudfoot & Chaffey & Bethune & Perry, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada FHL Film 1375879 NAC C-13243 Dist 131 SubDist M Div 1 Page 8 Family 39, age 31
MILLAR James M 40 Ontario C. Methodist Scotch Farmer M
MILLAR Ellen (L.?) F 31 Ontario C. Methodist English - M
MILLAR Nelly P. F 10 Ontario C. Methodist Scotch -
MILLAR Annie (J.?) F 7 Ontario C. Methodist Scotch -
MILLAR John (J.?) M 6 Ontario C. Methodist Scotch -
SUTTON Henry M 21 Ontario Baptist English Dentist

5. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, District 119, St. Marks ward, p. 3, age 39, fa. b. Ont., mo. b. U.S, religion; Baptist, with husband James (50) and children, Nellie (20), John G (16) and James (7)

6. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, wd D-6, p. 14, age 50, DOB: 2 Jan 1851, with husband James (60) and children; Nelly (30), John (25), James (16) and her mother Ann Sutton (77)

7. Barnston
Mrs. (Dr.) Sutton, who spent the winter in Toronto with her daughter Mrs. Miller, is visiting friends here and is the guest of Mrs. Buckland at “Belmere" for a few weeks until the arrival of Mrs. Truell, at the farm. (The Examiner, May 31, 1901, p. 8)

8. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, wd-5, District 128, sub district 11, p. 9, 1 Chuchill St., age 60

9. Found in the 1917 Toronto city directory; Millar, Ellen (wid James), h 1 Churchill av (p. 1192)
9a. Found in the 1917 Toronto city directory; Williams, Geo, florist, rms 1 Churchill av (p. 1590)

10. Found in the 1921 Toronto city directory; Millar, Ellen Mrs, h 1 Churchill av (p. 1112)
10a. Found in the 1921 Toronto city directory; Williams, Geo, lab, rms 1 Churchill av (p. 1148)

11. Married second; George Willams, they lived in Toronto 1921. Her mother's obit references a "Mrs. Williams of Toronto".

12. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, District 134, Sub-District 50, Toronto Ward 5, p. 1, 1 Churchill St., age 68, POB: Ont., Eth; English, Rel; Baptist, with her husband George Williams (63), POB: ENG, imm; 1900

13. Found in the 1922 Toronto city directory; Williams George, soap maker Lever Bros Ltd,, h 1 Churchill av (p. 1502)

14. Obit: Williams
At the residence, 1 Churchill avenue, Toronto, Friday, May 1st, 1936, Ellen L. Williams, widow of the late James Millar and George Williams and mother of James Millar, Nellie Keller, Annie Bryan, in her 87th year. Service Monday, 2 p.m. interment Park Lawn Cemetery. (Toronto Daily Star, May 2, 1936, p. 28)

Ellen married 1 James William Millar on 1 Sep 1869 in Brant, Ontario, CAN. James was born 2 on 7 Jan 1841 in New Dundee, Waterloo, Ont., CAN. He died 3 on 5 Mar 1912 in Toronto, York Co., Ont., CAN.

1. Son of John and Jane Millar.

2. Found in the 1851 Canadian Census, Ontario, Waterloo Co., Wilmot, sub-district 361, Film C_11754, p. 55, line 50, age 10,

3. Found in the 1861 Canadian Census, Ontario, Waterloo Co., Wilmot, p. 4, line 7, age 19, b. Canada W., with parents; John and Jane Miller from Scotland, living in frame house built 1846.

4. 1869; Vol. 3 p.124, James MILLER, 28, New Dundee Ont, same, b, Gentleman, s/o John & Jane MILLER, married Ellen L. SUTTON, 19, Kingston, Brantford, s, d/o John P. & Ann S. SUTTON, witn; James C. YULE, Amelia YULE, both Toronto, married 1 September 1869

5. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Wilmot Township, div-1, family 142, p. 47, age 30, b. Ont., Scotch, married, with Ellen (21), Nelley (3/12) b. Jan 1871. They are at the home of Janet Millar (37)

6. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Proudfoot & Chaffey & Bethune & Perry, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada FHL Film 1375879 NAC C-13243 Dist 131 SubDist M Div 1 Page 8 Family 39, age 40

7. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, District 119, St. Marks ward, p. 3, age 50, fa. b. Scotland, mo. b. Scotland, religion; Baptist, with wife Ellen (39) and children, Nellie (20), John G (16) and James (7)

8. Found in the 1897 Toronto city directory; Millar, James, agt, h 94 Argyle (p. 1031)

9. Found in the 1899 Toronto city directory; Millar, James, agt, h 189 Lisgar (p. 683)

10. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, Ward D-6, p. 14, age 60, DOB: 7 Jan 1841, with wife Hellen (50) and children; Nelly (30), John (25), James (16) and mother-in-law, Ann Sutton (77)

11. Found in the 1908 Toronto city directory; Millar, James W., piano key mkr A A Barthelmes & Co, 1 Churchill av (p. 871)

12. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, wd-5, District 128, sub district 11, p. 9, 1 Chuchill St., age 70

They had the following children:

  114 F i Ellen "Nellie" Pauline Millar was born 1 on 11 Jan 1871 in {Wilmot}, Waterloo Co., Ont., CAN. She died on 1 Jan 1958 in Toronto, Ont., CAN.

1. Found in the 1861 Canadian Census, Ontario, Wilmot Township, div-1, family 142, p. 47, age 3/12, b. Jan 1871, b. Ont., English, with parents; James (30), Ellen (21). They are at the home of Janet Millar (37)

2. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Wilmot Township, div-1, family 142, p. 47, line 10, dwelling 136, age 3/12, b. Ont., Scotch, Nelley (3/12) b. Jan 1871. at the home of Janet Millar (37)

3. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Ontario, Proudfoot & Chaffey & Bethune & Perry, Muskoka, Canada FHL Film 1375879 NAC C-13243 Dist 131 SubDist M Div 1 Page 8 Family 39, age 10

4. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, District 119, St. Marks ward, p. 3, age 20, fa. b. Ont., mo. b. Ont., religion; Baptist, at home with parents, James (50) and Ellen (39) and siblings, Annie (18), John G (16) and James (7)

5. Found in the 1897 Toronto city directory; Millar, Miss Nellie J. slsdy T Eaton Co, L 94 Argyle (p. 1031)

6. 1898; Witness at the marriage of her sister Annie Green Millar and John Bryan at Toronto.

7. Found in the 1899 Toronto city directory;Millar Miss Nellie, clk T Eaton Co, L 189 Lisgar (p. 683)

8. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, Ward D-6, p. 14, age 30, DOB: 2 Jan 1871, with parents James (60) and Hellen (50) and siblings; John (25), James (16) and grandmother Ann Sutton (77)

9. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto East wd-1, dis 125, Ward 3, 56 Frizzell St., p. 43, age 39, b. Jan 1972, with Frederick Keeler.

10. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Ontario, York East, District 142, Sub-District 57, Toronto, 137 Gillard, owns home, p. 41, age 50, POB: Ont., Eth; Scotch, Rel; Baptist, with husband Frederick (46) and son George (10)

11. Found in the Canadian voters lists; 1949, Ontario, Electoral district Danforth, Toronto, Urban polling division No. 96, Vol. 18756, p. 1;
30 Gates Ave.; Keeler, George, laundry business
30 Gates Ave.; Keeler, Mrs. Esther housewife
30 Gates Ave.; Keeler, Mrs. Nellie, widow
30 Gates Ave.; Bryan, Roy, taxi driver
30 Gates Ave.; Shasby, William, retired

12. Found in the Canadian voters lists; 1957, Ontario, Electoral district Danforth, Toronto, Urban polling division No. 101, Vol. 20845, p. 1;
30 Gates Ave.; Keeler, Mrs. Nellie, widow
30 Gates Ave.; Bryan, Roy, taxi driver
30 Gates Ave.; Bryan, Mrs. Annie, widow
30 Gates Ave.; Benzine, Sam, watchman

13. Obit: KEELER, Nellie Pauline - On Wednesday, Jan. 1, 1958, at home of her nephew, 737 Broadview Ave., Toronto, Nellie Miller, wife of the late Fred Keeler. Resting at the Trull funeral home, 1111 Danforth Ave. Service Friday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment Resthaven Memorial Gardens. (Toronto Daily Star, Jan. 2, 1958)


Notes:
1. My Great Aunt -- Nellie Pauline -- was a gentle lady who thought that she would keep all the facts of the family. Thank goodness she did. (June H.)
2. "Aunt Nellie told me that the SUTTON relatives in the Eastern Townships used to send, or bring in, Maple syrup / sugar for the family to sell. They had a bit of a secret recipe to make MAPLE BUTTER, It was profitable. I am, sure a lot of families depended on ways to get a bit more money somehow. I do not know what years this took place but I would not be surprised if it were in the "Dirty Thirties"." (June H.)
        Ellen married 1 Frederick Keeler on 14 Jun 1904 in Toronto, York Co., Ontario, CAN. Frederick was born on 21 Sep 1874 in York Co., Ontario, CAN. He died 2 on 12 Dec 1938 in Toronto, Ont., CAN.

1. Son of Stephen John {Weslen} Keeler and Margaret Brown Shanks.

2. There is a Fred Keeler in the 1881 Canadian Census, Ontario, York East, Scarborough, district 135, sub-district A, div 3, p. 25, Fred age 6, with Stepson age 46, Margaret age 28, and Joseph age 3

3. There is a Fredrick Keeler in the 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, York East, District 130, Scarborough, p. 22, age 17, fa. b. England, mo. b. Ont., religion; laborner F, at home with parents; Stephen, Margret

4. Found in the 1897 Toronto city directory; Keeler, Frederick, clk T Eaton Co, b 29 McGill (p. 872)

5. 1898; Witness at the marriage of his sister-in-law Annie Green Millar and John Bryan at Toronto.

6. Found in the 1897 Toronto city directory; Keeler, Frederick, clk T Eaton Co, L 29 McGill (p. 589)

7. There is a Fred Keeler in the 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto East, district A-6, p. 3, age 24, b. 24 Sept 1876, with Stephen, 62, Margaret, 50, Joseph, 22, and Walter, 15, Fred is listed as shipping clerk.

8. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto East wd-1, dis 125, Ward 3, p. 43, 56 Frizzell St., age 36, b. Sep 1974, with Nellie Keeler. Fred is listed as working at tailor shop.

9. Found in the 1914 Toronto city directory; Keeler, Fredk, mgr My Valet Ltd, h 56 Frizzell av (p. 993)

10. 1917: 13 Aug: Found in border crossings: Frederick Keeler, age 46, POB: Toronto, CAN., occup: clerk, wife: Nellie, address: 137 Gillard Ave., Toronto, CAN., Ever in U.S: No., Destination: Bufalo, NY.

11. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Ontario, York East, District 142, Sub-District 57, Toronto, 137 Gillard, owns home, p. 41, age 46, POB: Ont., Eth; English, Rel; Anglican, with wife Nellie (50) and son George (10)

12. Found in the 1922 Toronto city directory; Keeler, Fred, mgr My Valet Ltd, h 137 Gillard av (p. 1036)

13. Obit: KEELER, Frederick - At his late residence, 30 Gates avenue, on Monday, December 12th, 1938. Frederick Keeler, beloved husband of Nellie Miller, in his 65th year. (Toronto Daily Star, Dec. 12, 1938)

14. Obit: KEELER, Frederick - At his late residence, 30 Gates avenue, on Monday, December 12th, 1938. Frederick Keeler, beloved husband of Nellie Miller, in his 65th year. Resting at the residence for funeral service on Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Interment Scarboro Memorial Park. (Toronto Daily Star, Dec. 12, 1938)

Notes:
1. Stepson George Keeler:
1a. William Harwood and his daughters; June and Irene, moved a few blocks away from their (rented) house to stay with Aunt Nellie. She offered and had the room. She had a stepson there - George ( no relation). (June H.)
1b. I suspect his father is Fred, brother Joseph Keeler.
1c. Keeler (nee Mullin), Esther Luella
Esther Luella Keeler (nee Mullin), beloved wife of the late George Keeler, of Calgary, formerly of Toronto, ON, passed away on Sunday, July 8, 2007 at the age of 94 years.
Esther was born on August 25, 1912 in Toronto, ON, and grew up on Pape Avenue. She met her husband George at Danforth Sweets, on the corner of Broadview and Danforth in Toronto, they were married in 1946. In 1984 Esther came to Calgary after George passed away to start a new chapter of her life. Esther enjoyed long walks, which were very important to her, good food, and her independence. She also loved visits from her family; they were the passion in her life. Esther is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Bob and Karen Keeler, of Calgary; her daughter and son-in-law Lucille and Bob Ledgerwood of Belle River, ON; six grandchildren, Jon, Nicole, and Rebecca Keeler, Dave (Brenda) Ledgerwood, Lorraine (Jim) Jewell and Bryan (Jackie) Ledgerwood. She is also survived by four great-grandchildren, Jacob, Carissa, Justin and Alex. Esther was predeceased by her loving parents Lottie and Tom Mullin and her sister Lillian Hall. Funeral Services will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY’S Crowfoot Chapel (82 Crowfoot Circle, N.W.) on Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. A second service will be held at McDougall and Brown Funeral Home, 2900 Kingston Road, Scarborough, ON on Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 1:00 p.m. Interment will be held at Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Scarborough, ON Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. In living memory of Esther Keeler, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Crowfoot Chapel, 82 CROWFOOT CIRCLE N.W.
+ 115 F ii Ann "Annie" Green Millar
  116 M iii John Gershon Millar was born 1 on 21 Dec 1875 in Wilmot, Waterloo Co., Ont., CAN. He died 2 on 7 Jun 1901 in Toronto, York Co., Ont., CAN.

1. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Ontario, Proudfoot & Chaffey & Bethune & Perry, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada FHL Film 1375879 NAC C-13243 Dist 131 SubDist M Div 1 Page 8 Family 39, age 6

2. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, District 119, St. Marks ward, p. 3, age 16, fa. b. Ont., mo. b. Ont., religion; Baptist at home with parents, James (50) and Ellen (39) and siblings, Nellie (20), Annie (18) and James (7)

3. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Ontario, Toronto West, Ward D-6, p. 14, age 25, DOB: 21 Dec 1875, with parents James (60) and Hellen (50) and siblings; Nelly (30), James (16) and grandmother Ann Sutton (77)

4. 1901: Residence at death; 189 Lisgar.
+ 117 M iv James "Jack" William Millar

36. Ada Ethel Sutton (John Philpot , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 24 Dec 1855 in Kingston, Frontenac Co., Ont., CAN. She died on 11 May 1939 in Ottawa, Ont., CAN.

1. Found in the 1861 Ontario Census, Brant Co., Brantford, File#; C-1108, Film#;349249, sheet 34, line 34, Framed house, 1 1/2 stories, single family, age 6, single, Rel; Baptist, with parents, John (44) and Mrs (37) and siblings, Adelbert (17), Ellen (12), John (8), Henry (1) and Wm (2)

2. 1870, June 29, Ada Sutton was received as a member of the First Baptist Church in Brantford. Received by baptism. Departed Brantford for East Ward Church Nov 5, 1875. [East ward is a ward of Brantford] (p. 191, A Jubilee review of the First Baptist Church, Brantford, 1833 to 1884, Shenston, Thomas S.,Toronto, Ontario: Bingham & Webber, 1890)

3. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, NAC C-13199 Dist 56 SubDist F Div 1 Page 35 Family 159, with Dean H. Sutton, she is 26 yrs old.

4. 1884: On Thursday evening the 21st, inst, Mrs. Middleton, President of the Quebec Chapter of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (W.C.T.U.) Quebec, delivered an interesting address at the church, in this place, to a very attentive audience, in the interest of the society, showing the evils of intemperance in its most degraded form, and also the good work the Union is accomplishing. Speeches were listened to from Dr. Jones and Rev. Mr. Wheatley of Hatley. Mrs. M. then explained to the ladies the object of the society, its work, &e. The ladies were called upon to form a society, and after some deliberation, it was decided to meet at the church the next morning at 9 a. m., when a branch society was formed. Mrs. James Libby is chosen President; Mrs. Charley Libby 1st Vice-President; Mrs. J. Steele, 2nd Vice; Mrs. A. R. Sanborn, Corporate Secretary; Mrs. V. Truell, Recording Secretary; and Mrs. S. Bachelder, Treasurer. A meeting was appointed for Monday, 25th, inst., for the transaction of business, when others gave their names, the society now numbering 17 members. The next meeting will be held at the church on Saturday, Sept. 6th, at 2 p. m., when it will be a large gathering, and their number doubled. We wish them success in this noble work. (Stanstead Journal, Aug 28, 1884)

5. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Massachusetts, Essex Co., Lawrence, dis 354, sheet 9, Bailey St., rents, age 45.

6. 1909: signed as witness to the death of her father, Valorous, at Barnston, 16 March 1909.

7. Miss Mabel Truell, who teaches in the Horn district, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. V. Truell. ... On Wednesday the 26th, Mrs. Sutton was 86 and she walked down to the village with her daughter, Mrs. Truell, and called on Mrs. Clark, who is 81. (Stanstead Journal, Feb. 3, 1910)

8. 1910: Ada sold the Truell farm to Mr. Emo Williams.

9. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 12, (Adah), age 56, widow, with her daughter Mable and mother Jeminah A. Sutton.

10. Hatley
Mrs. Sutton, widow of the late Dr. John Sutton, L.D.S., who has reached the great age of ninety-five years, her daughter, Mrs. Ada Truell, and granddaugher, Miss Truell, of Barnston, were guests on Sunday of Mrs. J. S. Webster; (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Sept. 4, 1918, p. 2)

11. BARNSTON
The village house owned by Mrs. N. C. Stevens of Rock Island, and formerly the home of the late E. S. and Mrs. Buckland, was destroyed by fire Wednesday morning shortly after four o'clock. Mrs. Valorous Truell who was occupying the house with her mother, Mrs. Sutton, and her daughter, Miss Mabel Truell, escaped uninjured but lost most of their clothing and many other articles. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mrs. Truell has moved her goods saved from the fire into the Methodist parsonage and is residing there. (Stanstead Journal, Sep. 4, 1919)

12. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 206, Barnston, Sub-District 2, 5 July 1921, p. 13, rents, age 68, POB: Ont., Nat; Canada, Eth; English, Rel; Baptist,

13. Obit: Mrs. V. Truell
Mrs. Ada Ethel Truell widow of Valorous Truell, passed away at her home, 35 Thornton avenue, yesterday after a lengthy illness. She was in her 85th year. She was born at Kingston, a daughter of the late Dr. John P. Sutton and Mrs. Sutton, and received her education at Brantford Ladies' College and Woodstock Bible College. Coming to Ottawa in 1919, she had resided here since. She was a member of Calvary Baptist church and had been an active worker in the various organizations of the church until ill-health forced her to retire about three years ago. Mrs. Truell was also a member of the King's Daughters Guild. Surviving are one daughter, Miss Maybel Truell, a teacher at Glashan public school; one sister, Mrs. B. S. Conger of Ottawa, and one brother, Dr. Charles C. Sutton of Colebrooke, New Hampshire.
The body is resting at the parlors of Hulse and Playfair Limited, 315 McLeod street, where the service will be conducted on Wednesday afternoon. Interment will be in Pinecrest cemetery. (Ottawa Citizen, May 12, 1939, p. 17)

14. TRUELL
In her 85th year, Mrs. Ada Ethel Truell, widow ot Valorous Truell, died on Monday at her home, 35 Thornton street. Born in Kingston, Ont., she was the daughter of the late Dr. John P. Sutton and Mrs. Sutton. She received her education at Brantford Ladies' College, and also attended the Woodstock Blble College. Her husband predeceased her by 30 years. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church, and up to three years ago was active in the work of the church, and also a member of the King's Daughter's Guild. Mrs. Truell had resided in Ottawa about 30 years. She leaves to mourn, one daughter. Miss Mabel Truell, of Glashan Public school; one sister, Mrs. B. S. Conger, of Ottawa; brother, Dr. Charles C. Sutton, of Colebrook. New Hampshire. The body Is resting at Hulse and Playfair Limited. 315 McLeod street, where service will be held In the chapel, Wednesday at 5 p.m. Interment will be at Pinecrest TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1939. (Ottawa Journal, May 16, 1939, p. 4)

15. MRS. VALOROUS TRUELL
Attended by relatives and friends, the funeral service for Mrs. Ada Ethel Truell, widow of Valorous Truell, was held at the chapel of Hulse and Playfair, Limited, 315 McLeod street, yesterday afternoon. The service was conducted by Rev. E. E. Shields, and interment was in Pinecrest cemetery. Mrs. Truell, who was in her 85th year, passed away at her home, 35 Thornton avenue, on Monday. Including among the meny beautiful floral offerings and messages of sympathy were tributes from the ladies of Cavalry Bible class, the art department staff of Glashan school, and the boys and girls of Glashan school. (Ottawa Citizen, May 18, 1939, p. 17)


Notes:
1. Ada Sutton, child of J. P. Sutton, (Roch Dandenault, Histoire de Coaticook, 1818-1976, (Editions Sherbrooke, 1976), pg 700.)

Ada married 1 Valorous Truell on 9 Mar 1881 in Masonville Station, PQ. Valorous was born 2 on 9 Jan 1837 in St. Johnsbury, Caledonia Co., VT.. He died 3, 4 on 13 Mar 1909 in Way's Mills, Stanstead Co., P.Q..

1. Son of George Washington Truell and Fanny Whitcomb.

2. “George W. Truell, son of David, b. Oct. 21, 1792, m. Sept. 6, 1818, in Montreal, Fanny, dau. Of Zenas and Eunice (Root) Whitcomb, b. Windsor, Vt., Apr, 17, 1800. He left Bristol when a boy, and at m. returned and was a brick-maker here. About 1828, removed to Vermont, and in 1837 to Barnston, P.Q., where he d. Aug. 29, 1867, ae. 74-10-8; she d. Mar. 5, 1868, ae. 67-10-18. [Children; Wealthy Jane, Zenas Brooks, Benjamin Franklin, Ira Whitcomb, George Wilson, Byron, Valorus, Elias, Ellen). (p. 440)
“Valorus, b. S. J., Jan. 9, 1837; m. July 26, 1858, Caroline Yemans Hollister, dau. of Harry, b. Feb. 17, 1839, at Derby, Vt., and d. Barnston, P.Q., Feb. 27, 1880, ae. 41-0-10. He m. Mar. 9, 1881, Ada Sutton, b. Kingston, Ontario, Dec. 24, 1855, dau. of Dr. John P. Sutton, L.D.S. He spends his winters in Lawrence, Mass., and his summers at his family home in Barnston, where he has been school commissioner, and municipal councilor. In 1872, was appointed one of Her Majesty’s justices of the peace for the district of St. Francis, and he was then the youngest magistrate in the Province of Quebec. Children: (a.) Fannie Jane, b. Barnston, Sept. 17, 1859. Is a teacher in Carlisle, Mass. (b.) Mary Ann, b. B., June 10, 1861; m. July 16, 1884, D. Lang Chamberlin, of Carlisle, Mass. Has one son and one dau. (c.) Harry Valorus, b. B., May 18, 1863. Educated at the McGill University and McGill Law School, Montreal, P.Q., and is an advocate, being a member of the bar for the district of Montreal Res. 260 St. James street, Montreal. (d.) Newton Theodore, b. B., May 8, 1866; educated at St. Francis college, Richmond, and St. Hyacinth college, P.Q. Is principal of Lachute academy, Lachute, P.Q., and is a member of the Protestant Board of Public Instruction for Province of Quebec. He m. Dec. 27, 1892, Maud, dau. of I. B. Futvoye. (e.) Mabel Bertha, b. Oct 19, 1883.” (p. 441)(History of the town of Bristol, Grafton County, New Hampshire Bristol, N.H.: Printed by R.W. Musgrove, 1904,1263 pgs.)

3. Contract of marriage, 24 July 1858, Contract of marriage between Mr. Valorous Truell and Miss Caroline Hollister, entry #6415 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Richardson, Charles Anderson (1826-1882))

4. 1866; His son Newton T. Truell was born at Ways Mills, PQ., "NEWTON T. TRUELL, the subject of this sketch, is the youngest son of Valorous Truell, Esq., a prosperous farmer in the Eastern Townships. He was born at Ways Mills, Stanstead County, May 8th, 1866, ... (p. 237, History of Argenteuil, 1896)

5. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census of Quebec, Stanstead County. Married, farmer, Dis 141, sub district E, Div 2, p. 17, age 34.

6. 1872: Valorous Truell was Justice of the Peace at Way's Mills

7. Found in the "Eastern Townships Directory and Gazetteer, 1875-1876, p. 261
Justices of the peace, St. Francis District
Truell, V.

8. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census of Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, district 56, F-2, p. 48, age 44

9. 1881; Illustrated Atlas of the Eastern Townships and Southwestern Quebec, Stanstead County: List of emigrants extracted. Comments: native of Vermont, Age: b.1837 Reference: National Library of Canada: ref F5448 E13 B4, page 83

10. Found in the 1883 Lawrence, MA., directory; Truell, Valorous, salesman, 249 Essex, boards 267 do. (p. 305)

11. Resident in Barnston 1884, Stanstead Journal Vital Statistics, 1876-1890, pg 109

12. Found in the 1885 Lawrence, MA., directory; Truell, Valorous, salesman, 249 Essex, boards 267 do. (p. 304)

13. 1892: Found in "The Eastern Townships Business and Farmers Directory, 1892, p. 321; Barnston, PQ.,
Truell, Harry V., Way's Mills, Range 5, Lot 5
Truell, Newton T., Way's Mills, Range 5, Lot 5
Truell, Valorous, Way's Mills, Range 5, Lot 5

14. Found in the 1893 Lawrence, MA., directory; Second Baptist Church, Common, near Lawrence street. Organized 1847. ... Clerk of Society, Valorous Truell. (p. 481)

15. Found in the 1894 Lawrence, MA., directory; Second Baptist Church, Common, near Lawrence street. Organized 1847. ... Clerk of Society, Valorous Truell. (p. 488)

16. Newton T. TRUELL, Principal of Lachute Academy, was born in Stanstead, Que., May 8th, 1866. He is the second son of Valorous Truell, J.P., ex-mayor of Barnston, and Dame Caroline Hollister, and a brother of H. V. Truell, B.A., B.C.L., Montreal. Mr. V. Truell has been, for many years, a prominent stock raiser and agriculturist in the Eastern Townships, and an active Conservative. (p. 155, The Canadian Album, Men of Canada; or Success by Example, vol IV, 1895)

17. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Massachusetts, Essex Co., Lawrence, dis 354, sheet 9, Bailey St., rents, age 63

18. Last Will and Testament, 21 Aug 1902, Last Will and Testament of Valorous Truell, entry #5593 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Thomas, Charles Metcalfe (1896-1908))

19. Funeral services for Mrs. Byron Truell, wife of Postmaster Truell, were held yesterday afternoon at the family residence, Haverhill, st. Rev W. E. Wolcott, pastor of the Lawrence st church, officiated. Burial was in Bellevue cemetery. The bearers were Hon William S. Knox, Justin E. Varney, Ex-Mayor A. E. Mack, Frank Larrabee, Valorous Truell and Alderman Fred Eaton. (Boston Daily Globe, Nov. 30, 1902, p. 81)

20. Found in the 1906 Lawrence, MA., directory; Truell, Valorous salesman 249 Essex house 58 Bailey. (p. 606)
21. Found in the 1907 Lawrence, MA., directory; Truell, Valorous removed to Way's Mills, PQ. (p. 627)

22. Found in the Lovell's Farmer's Register, Feb. 1909; Stanstead County; Truell Valorus, Way's Mills, Barnston Tp.. L 5. R 5, (p. 110)

23. Obit: The Late Valorous Truell
The death of Valorous Truell occured suddenly at Way's Mills early Saturday morning, March 13th, 1909. He had not enjoyed the most robust health for some time, and on Friday Dr. Brown was called in to see him, but no one had the faintest realization that the end was so near; in fact the physician did not consider the patient's condition at all serious. A sudden change for the worst came during the night and he answered the final summons at 4 a.m. His death was due to heart failure. Deceased was a son of the late George Washington Truell, and was born in St. Johnsbury, Vt., Jan 9th, 1837. When two years of age his parents removed to Barnston, which became the family home for many years. In 1882 Valorous Truell went to Lawrence, Mass., and for many years was associated with his brother, Hon. Byron Truell, one of the largest retail merchants in that city. Deceased, however, retained possession of the home farm in Barnston and some two years ago returned there to live the remainder of his days.
In earlier life he had taken an active part in political and municipal affairs, serving his town as a magistrate, a municipal councilor and in other capacities. He was a life-long Conservative, but never allowed his political faith to bias his judgement in any respect. Deceased was twice married, his first wife being Caroline Yemans Hollister, daughter of the late Harry Hollister of Barnston. This union was blessed by four children, Messrs. H.V. Truell of Montreal, Mr. N.T. Truell of Winnipeg, Mrs. D. L. Chamberlin of Carlisle, Mass., and Miss Fannie J. Truell, who died several years ago. Valorous Truell's second wife was Ada Sutton, daughter of the late Dr. Sutton of Mansonville, by whom he is survived. There is also one daughter, Miss Mabel B. Truell, by this marriage.
Of the seven sons of the late G.W. Truell but one, Hon. Byron Truell of Lawrence, Mass., survives. There are two sisters, the eldest of the family, Mrs. S. Ray of Rock Island, whose health is still good, and the youngest, Mrs. C.W. Vaughn, of Ayer's Cliff. The funeral took place on Tuesday and was largely attended. Among the relatives present from a distance were; Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Chamberlin, Carlisle, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Truell of Montreal, Mrs. Gertrude Butler, niece, and Mrs. Dr. Dow, niece, both of Lawrence, Mass. (Stanstead Journal, Mar. 18, 1909)

24. LAWRENCE
Valorous Truell, brother of Hon. Byron F. Truell of this city, died at his home, Ways Mills, P.Q., last Saturday. Deceased was widely known and highly respected in this city where he had lived for about twentyseven years, being connected with the store of Byron Truell Company up to about two years ago. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. Mary Chamberlain of Carlisle, Mass., and Miss Mabel, who teaches at Ways Mills, and two sons, Harry V. Truell, a practicing attorney at Montreal, Can., and Newton T., who was a leading educator at Sherbrooke academy until recently, when he went to Winnepeg to engage in business. Mrs. Truell died several years ago at their home on Bailey street in this city. The funeral took place Wednesday and interment was at Ways Mills, P. Q. (The Andover Townsman, March 26, 1909, p. 7)

They had the following children:

  118 F i Mabel Bertha Truell was born on 19 Oct 1890 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died on 28 Oct 1968 in Ottawa, Carleton Co., Ont., CAN.

1. 1892; attended the wedding of Clarence W. Matthews and Henrietta Safford, at the Second Baptist Church, Lawrence, MA.
"The ceremony was performed at 1:30 by Rev. F.M. Gardner in the presence of a large gathering of friends. Geo. C. Burrage of Worcester, a classmate of the groom was the best man, and the bride was attended by two little misses, Mabel Emerson and Mabel Truell." (Andover Townsman, 1 Jan 1892)

2. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Massachusetts, Essex Co., Lawrence, dis 354, sheet 9, Bailey St., rents, age 10.

3. GRADUATED TODAY
Graduation exercises of the fiftyfirst anniversary of the Lawernce High school were held Wednesday morning in city hall, when a class of some 90 odd pupils severed its conectlon with the institution and each pupil who came up to the required standard, was presented with a diploma, a certificate of four years satisfactory work. The hall was far too small to accommodate
the vast number of interested friends who desired admittance and many were turned away. The Valpey prizes for the best original declamation and best original essay, which were recently won in the city hall, were awarded to John J. Finnegan and Miss Mabel B. Truell. ... (The Andover Townsman, June 27, 1902, p. 2)

4. Found in the 1906 Lawrence, MA., directory; Truell, Mabel B cashier 249 Essex boards 58 Bailey. (p. 606)
5. Found in the 1907 Lawrence, MA., directory; Truell, Mabel B cashier 249 Essex boards 339 Haverhill. (p. 627)

6. Miss Mabel Truell, who teaches in the Horn district, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. V. Truell. ... On Wednesday the 26th, Mrs. Sutton was 86 and she walked down to the village with her daughter, Mrs. Truell, and called on Mrs. Clark, who is 81. (Stanstead Journal, Feb. 3, 1910)

7. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 12, age 21, with her mother Ada Truel and grand mother Jeminah A. Sutton.

8. Miss Mabel Truell is teaching in the Academy at Magog, Que.
(THE MACDONALD COLLEGE MAGAZINE, Vol. III, Dec-Jan 1912-1913)

9. Found in a Directory of Superior Schools, 1916-17, Hull, Ontario. (p. 827, The educational record of the province of Ontario, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Toronto, Canada)

10. BARNSTON
The village house owned by Mrs. N. C. Stevens of Rock Island, and formerly the home of the late E. S. and Mrs. Buckland, was destroyed by fire Wednesday morning shortly after four o'clock. Mrs. Valorous Truell who was occupying the house with her mother, Mrs. Sutton, and her daughter, Miss Mabel Truell, escaped uninjured but lost most of their clothing and many other articles. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mrs. Truell has moved her goods saved from the fire into the Methodist parsonage and is residing there. (Stanstead Journal, Sep. 4, 1919)

11. Found in the 1923 Ottawa city directory; Truell, Mable B. tchr Connaught Public School, lvs 146 Arlington av (p. 805)

12. Schools and Teachers in the Province of Ontario
Nov. 1922: Connaught School (Bethany Road); Truell, Mabel B., p.16
Nov. 1930: Kent and Slater Street Schools; Truell, Mabel, p.30
Nov. 1932: Glashan School (Arlington Ave); Truell, Mabel, p.29
Nov. 1935: Glashan School; Truell, Mabel, p.32
Nov. 1940: Glashan School; Truell, Mabel, p.31
Nov. 1944: Glashan School; Truell, Mabel B., p.31
Nov. 1945: Glashan School; Truell, Mabel B., p.31

13. Found in the 1945 Canadian Voters List: Electoral District of Ottawa West. City of Ottawa, Urban Polling Division No. 80, p. 1, 473 Gilmour St., Truell, Miss B. M., teacher

14. The resignation of Mabel Truell was accepted, effective at the close of schools in June. (The Ottawa Journal, 7 May 1948, p. 24)

15. 1948: "Teachers Tell of Experiences" ....."Five retiring members of the association [Ottawa Public School Women Teachers' Assoc.] were honored. They were: Mrs. Clara Casselman, formerly of Lady Evelyn school; Miss Mary Smith, formerly principal of Girls' Vocational school; Miss Mabel B. Truell, formerly of Glashan school; Miss Willa Pyform and Miss F. M. Church. (Ottawa Citizen, Oct 27, 1948, p. 19)

16. Found in the 1949 Canadian Voters List: Electoral District of Ottawa West. City of Ottawa, Urban Polling Division No. 80, p. 1,
473 Gilmour St., Truell, Miss Mabel, teacher

17. Found in the 1953 Canadian Voters List: Electoral District of Ottawa West. City of Ottawa, Urban Polling Division No. 80, p. 1,
473 Gilmour St., Apt 1, Truell, Miss Mabel, teacher

18. Found in the 1957 Canadian Voters List: Electoral District of Carleton. City of Ottawa, Urban Polling Division No. 95, p. 2,
417A Kenwood Ave., Truell, Mabel B.

19. Found in the 1968 Canadian Voters List: Electoral District of Ottawa Centre. City of Ottawa, Urban Polling Division No. 162, p. 2,
Barton Street Perley Hospital, Room 301 Bed 1, Truell, Mabel, patient

20. TRUELL, Mabel B. In hospital, Monday, Oct. 28, 1968, Mabel B. Truell, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Valorous Truell, - retired public school teacher in her 86th year. (The Ottawa Journal, 29 Oct. 1968, p. 36)

21. TRUELL, Mabel B. In hospital, Monday, Oct 28, 1968, Mabel B. Truell, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Valorous Truell, retired public school teacher in her 86th year. Resting Hulse and Play fair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street. Service Wednesday, 2 p.m. Interment Pinecrest cemetery. (The Ottawa Journal, 30 Oct. 1968, p. 56)


Notes:
1. Taught art in school in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
2. Later moved to Barnston and lived with her mother.
3. She was a close friend to her cousin; Nellie Millar.

37. William John Sutton (John Philpot , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 29 Mar 1858 in Brantford, Brant Co., Ont., CAN. He died 2 on 8 Nov 1927 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN.

1. Found in the Ontario 1861 Census, Brant Co., Brantford, File#; C-1108, Film#;349249, sheet 34, line 36, Framed house, 1 1/2 stories, single family, age 2, single, Rel; Baptist, with parents, John (44) and Mrs (37) and siblings, Adelbert (17), Ellen (12), John (8), Adda (6) and Henry (1)

2. Found in the 1871 Census of Ontario, district Brant S. or W. 015, sub-district D-4 Brantford Twnship, p. 66, film reel C-9915, family 257;
John SUTTON, 55, b. Quebec, Baptist, English origins, dentist, married
Ann SUTTON, 47, born USA, Baptist, English origins, married
William SUTTON, 16, born Ontario
Henry SUTTON, 12, born Ontario
Charles SUTTON, 10, born Ontario
Bertha SUTTON, 8, born Ontario
Ann SUTTON, 6, born Ontario

3. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census Quebec, Brome Co., Potten, C-13201 Dist 60 SubDist C Div 1 Page 25 Family 125, age 22, at the home of John P. Sutton.

4. Found in the 1885 Brantford city directory; Sutton W J, small wares and fancy goods, ws Market nr Dalhousie, res e s Market (p. 119)

5. Found in the 1886 Brantford city directory; Sutton W J, fancy goods, Dalhousie (p. 129)

6. Found in the 1888 Brantford city directory; Sutton W J, fancy goods, Dalhousie (p. 129)

7. Found in the 1889 Brantford city directory; Sutton W J agent, bds 374 Dalhousie (p. 430)

8. 1889: "W. J. Sutton, herbalist, Carleton Place, has been fined $50 and costs for practising without a license." (The Record News, Smiths Falls, Ontario)

9. Last Trip.
W. J. Sutton, the herbalist and magic tooth extractor, will be at Fort Coulonge on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, February 11th and 12th ; also at Kirwan’s hotel, Quyon, February 13th and 14th. This is the last trip that Mr. Sutton purposes making to this on account of his stock of herbs having run very low. The public are requested to go to the places named in time, or wait till May 1st. (The Equity, Shawville, County of Pontiac, Que., Feb. 13, 1890)

10. To the Wise
If you use a medicine like Sutton's
Home Cure twice each week, you cannot
have rheumatism, dyspepsia, biliousness,
pimples, sick or bilious headache, boils,
salt rheum, consumption or constipation;
but if you have any of the above-named
diseases, Sutton’s Home cure will cure
you. Price 50 cents; large size $1.00.
Dr. Mackay, Portage du Fort, and Hodgin's
& Son; Shawville, keep it, also Sutton's
Catarrh cure, Ointment and Worm cake.
(The Equity, Shawville County of Pontiac, Que., March 6, 1890)

11. (Advertisement)
Joseph Labine, of Fort Coulonge, was cured of
deafness by the use of three 25 cent bottles of
Sutton's Home Balm. It also cures tooth ache,
neuralgia, ear ache, lame back, coughs and colds
and all sores, aches and pains. Sutton's Home Cure,
costs 60 cents and cures dyspepsia, liver
kidney troubles and, nervousness. Read
the hand bills wrapped around each bottle,
and be your own doctor. Sutton's worm cake
and Sutton's catarrh cure cost 25 cents.
Mrs. Blair, of Quyon; Messrs. O’Meara, of Bryson;
Hodgins & Son, of Shawville and Dr. McKay,
of Portage-du-Fort, keep them.
(The Equity, Shawville, County of Pontiac, Que., Dec. 24, 1890, p. 8)

12. Found in the 1889-90 Ottawa city directory; Sutton William, salesman, h 163 York (p. 118)

13. Found in the 1890-91 Ottawa city directory; Sutton Wm, pdlr, h 163 York (p. 370)

14. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census Ontario, Ottawa City, Dist 103, p. 35, Family 154, age 39, with wife Eliza (29) and daughter Annie (10)

15. Found in the 1891-92 Ottawa city directory; Sutton Wm J, pat medicines, h 163 York (p. 442)

16. 1891; "At The City Hotels", ...Leland;...W.J. Sutton and wife, Vancouver,...(Manitoba Daily Free Press, 8 May 1891)

17. Sept. 1891: (advertisement), (profile line drawing)
3 MONTHS' SUCCESS 3
W. J. SUTTON, HERBALIST
Teeth extracted free of charge—without pain—
Children's teeth extracted in time prevent second teeth being crooked and avoiding tusks.
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Catareh, Liver and Kidney Diseases cured by SUTTON'S "HOME CURE " composed of Roots, Herbs, Gurns, Leaves, Barks and Berries. Hundreds of testimonials from citizens of Winnipeg. Nicolett Hotel until October 1st.
Head office, HOME CURE CO., OTTAWA. Ont.
(Winnipeg Free Press, Sept. 10, 1891, p. 6)

18. 1891: (advertisement) Sutton's Home Cure,
Each package makes one quart of medicine composed of Barks and Herbs, and cures diseases caused from Torpid Liver and Inactive Kidneys, such as Indigestion, Sick or Bilious Headache; removes Urlc Acid, which causes rheumatism. One box used every Fall prevents the above diseases. Parents, don't neglect to send for it for yourselves and children. Lots of testimonials sent free.
W.J..SUTTON,
MARKET STREET

19. Found in the 1894 Vancouver, B.C. city directory; Sutton, W.J. com merchant, res 318 Princess (Williams Official BC directory, p. 544)

20. Found in the 1895 Vancouver, B.C. city directory; Sutton, W.J. com travlr, res 814 Cordova (Williams Official BC directory, p. 610)

21. 1895; "At The City Hotels", ...Toronto...W.J. Sutton,...(Manitoba Morning Free Press, 4 Mar 1895)

22. Found in the 1896 Vancouver, B.C. city directory; Sutton, W.J. commercial traveler, 323 Cordova E. (p. 183)

23. Found in the 1897 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton W. J. M.D., 142 Princess (Henderson's p. 838) Also; Sutton W. J., merchant, Brandon (p. 318)

24. Found in the 1898 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton W. J. M.D., 142 Princess (Henderson's p. 371)

25. Found in the 1899 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton W. J. patent medicines room 3 314 1-2 McDermont (Henderson's p. 558)

26. Found in the 1901 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton, Dr., room 16, Jubilee Chambers (Henderson's p. 36)

27. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg 12, Ward 5, p. 7, age 43, W.J. Sutton age 43 DOB: Mar 29 1858 and wife Hanna (37) DOB: April 19 1864 and daughter Florence (9) DOB: Nov 26 1892

28. 1901; Sutton, William John, patent medicine dealer, room 18, 214 Keefer. (p. 928, Henderson's British Columbia Gazateer and Directory and Mining Companies for 1900-1901.)

29. Found in the 1903 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton, Dr., room 16, Jubilee Chambers (Henderson's p. 586)

30. Truce in Warfare of Noise
On Saturday evening the medicine men on Rupert street carried on their little business without being interupted by the Salvation Army. Of the three attractions Prof. Sutton drew the largest crowd. The Army was well patronised on Pacific avenue and when it marched to its citadel the medicine men paused in their lectures untill all the soldiers were safe within their building. The services of the army were well attended, but the two crowds outside were very unequal. Mr. Sutton had increased his staff of entertainers by two colored gentlemen and a ventriloquist as well as a small boy with a harmonium. His opponent has sold a big book, the cheif virtue of which appeared to consist in ots weighing four pounds, with his medicine. He was handicapped with his spiel, however, and as beaten blocks, easily, by the smooth-tongued Mr. Sutton who described at length the symptoms, causes, effects and actions of most of the diseases of the stomach. His quaker rival had an unattractive monologue and was also at a disadvantage on account of his stand being in the middle of a mud puddle caused by the heavy rains of the afternoon. The crowds deserted him in large numbers and could not be drawn away by his entertainers. The trial was interesting but without the noisy Salvationists it was somewhat featureless when compared with the battle of noise waged on Friday evening. (Manitoba Free Press, 4 Jul 1904)

31. Found in the 1904 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton, Dr., room 16, Jubilee Block (Henderson's p. 77)

32. Prof. Sutton HERBALIST 16 Jubilee Block, cor. Alexander and King Streets. - When man's creations fail, try herbs. (Manitoba Morning Free Press, 5 May 1905)

33. Found in the 1905 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton, William John physician, room 16, 233 1/2 Alexander (Henderson's p. 1242)

34. Found in the 1906 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg 10, Ward 5 C, p. 1, 223 1/2 Alexander Ave., age 46, POB: Ont. and Lizzie (42) POB: Ont and Florence (14) POB: British Columbia

35. Found in the 1906 Winnipeg city directory; (business section)
PROPRIETARY MEDICINES
Sutton William J. 223 1/2 Alexander
(Henderson's p. 1097)

36. Found in the 1906 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton William pat med mnfr rm 16, 223 1/2 Alexander (Henderson's p. 905)

37. Found in the 1907 Winnipeg city directory; (business section)
PROPRIETARY MEDICINES
Sutton William J. 223 1/2 Alexander
(Henderson's p. 1261)

38. Found in the 1910 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton, William J rms 84 Adelaide (Henderson's p. 1399)

39. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg, District 24, sub-district 38, p. 6, 220-222 Pacific Av., age 50, with him; Mrs. Margaret Mescier, born May 1861, age 50, religion; Catholic, housekeeper.

40. Found in the 1913 Winnipeg city directory; Chemists and Druggist - MFG.
Sutton W J 229 Pacific (Henderson's p. 1822)

41. Found in the 1913 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton Wm J chemist 229 Pacific h 319 Ross (Henderson's p. 1647)

42. Found in the 1916 Canadian Census: Manitoba, Winnipeg Centre, wd-13, district 5, p. 24, municipalitie 319 Roso, William Sutton age 57, born Ontario, religion; Presbyterian, herbalist at 229 Pacific, wife: Margret, age 56, born USA, religion; Catholic, imm.; 1893

43. "HERBALIST REMEDIES - When all others fail. Sutton's Herb & Root medicine Store. 466 Portage Ave." (Manitoba Free Press, 21 Aug 1918)

44. SUTTON'S 2-HOUR. ONE-DOSE Tapeworm remedy, also pinthread worms remedy. Try herbalist remedies when all others fail. Catarrh. asthma, piles, etc. 466 Portage Ave. W. J. Sutton. (Manitoba Free Press, 12 Feb 1919)

45. Found in the 1920 Winnipeg city directory; Patent Medicine Manufacturers
Sutton W J 466 Portage (p. 1564)
46. Found in the 1920 Winnipeg city directory; Residence section; Sutton Wm J herbal remedies 466 Portage h same (p. 1314)

47. Lived in Winnipeg, Manitoba, at the time of his mother's death, (mother's obit, 1921).

48. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census Manitoba, District 40 South Winnipeg, sub-district 10 Winnipeg, p. 6, rents, Wm John Sutton, age 63, widow, POB: Que., Rel: Baptist,

49. Found in the 1922 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton, Wm. J. herbalist, 466 Portage r same, (Henderson's p. 1240)

50. In 1923 there are advertisements in the local paper, "The Winnipeg Tribune", for his Herb Candy shop, "30 YEARS IN WINNIPEG".

51. Found in the 1924 Winnipeg city directory; Sutton Wm J herbalist 466 Portage h same (Henderson's p. 1369)

52. There is a William John Sutton in the Manitoba vital records; died 11/08/1927, Winnipeg, age 68. (reg # 1927,054116)

53. Obit: "SUTTON - On Nov 8th at the General hospital, William John Sutton, aged 68 years, of 624 Balmoral St. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 3:30 from the Clark-Leatherdale funeral home to Elmwood cemetery." (Manitoba Free Press, Thurs Nov 10, 1927)

54. SUTTON - The funeral of William John Sutton, 624 Balmoral St., who died Tuesday, will be held this afternoon at 3: 30 o'clock from the Clark-Leatherdale funeral home to Elmwood cemetery. (The Winnipeg Tribune, Nov. 11, 1927, p. 8)


Notes:
1. I removed all reference to W. J. Sutton in Morden, Manitoba, strongly suspect this is not him. Although his dau Florence born in Vancouver?
2. Manitoba Marriages:
???
GROOM'S LAST NAME: SUTTON GROOM'S GIVEN NAMES: WILLIAM JN BRIDE'S LAST NAME: THOMPSON BRIDE'S GIVEN NAMES: MARGUET
DATE OF MARRIAGE: 05/10/1914 PLACE OF MARRIAGE: WPG REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1914,131100

William married 1 Elizabeth "Hannah" McHenry on 14 Nov 1881 in Brantford, Brant, Ontario, CAN. Elizabeth was born 2 on 19 Apr 1864 in Brantford, Brant Co., Ont., CAN. She died on 13 Feb 1907 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN.

1. Daughter of William A. and Ann McHenry.
William died 21 March 1880, Brantford, Ont. Ann died 2 June 1883, Brantford, Ont.

2. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Ontario, Brantford, Brant South, Dis 15, p. 7, age 8, Baptist, with parents; William (60) and Ann (56), siblings; Elsie (17), Peter (17), Edward (14) and James (12)

3. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census Ontario, Brantford Co., Brant South, Dist 159 SubDist A Div 4 Page 39, "Lizzie" age 18, Scottish, Baptist, with mother; Ann (67), brother James (21)

4. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census Ontario, Ottawa City, Dist 103, p. 35, Family 154, age 29, with husband William J. (39) and daughter Annie (10)

5. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg 12, Ward 5, p. 7, age 43, W.J. Sutton age 43 DOB: Mar 29 1858 and wife Hanna (37) DOB: April 19 1864 and daughter Florence (9) DOB: Nov 26 1892

6. Found in the 1906 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg 10, Ward 5 C, p. 1, age 42, b. Ontario

7. There is a Hannah Elizabeth Sutton in the Manitoba vital records; died 02/12/1907, Winnipeg, age 42. (reg # 1907,004113)

8. The death occurred this morning of Hannah Elizabeth, aged 42 years, wife of Prof. W. J. Sutton, of 16 Jubilee block. The ilerensed leaves a husband and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Holmes and Florence, living at home mourn her loss. The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. J. W. Mcmillan at Thomson's undertaking rooms, at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. (The Winnipeg Tribune, Feb. 12, 1907, p. 11)

9. Death Notice: "Sutton--On the 12th at her late residence, 16 Jubilee Block, Hannah Elizabeth beloved wife of Prof. W. J. Sutton, aged 42 years. Funeral will take place from the undertaking parlors of J. Thompson Co. this afternoon at 4 o'clock to Elmwood cemetery. (Manitoba Free Press, Feb. 13, 1907)

10. Obit: "Sutton--On the 12th at her late residence, 16 Jubilee Block, Hannah Elizabeth beloved wife of Prof. W. J. Sutton, aged 42 years. Funeral will take place from the undertaking parlors of J. Thompson Co. this afternoon at 4 o'clock to Elmwood cemetery. Obituary: "Hannah Elizabeth Sutton, wife of Prof W. J. Sutton, died yesterday morning at her home in the Jubilee block in her forty-second year. The funeral will take place this afternoon from Thompson's undertaking rooms at 4 o'clock to Elmwood cemetery. Rev J. W. Macmillan of St. Andrew's church will conduct the services. Mrs. Sutton leaves a husband and two daughters, Mrs. Charles Holmes of the Clements Block, and Florence, who is with her father." (Manitoba Free Press, Feb. 13, 1907)

11. The funeral of Hannah Elizabeth Sutton, wife of Professor W. J. Sutton of Room 16, Jubilee block, whose death occurred on Tuesday, took place yesterday at 4 o'clock from Thomson's undertaking rooms to Elmwood cemetery. Rev. J. W. MacMillan officiated. The following floral offerings were sent by friends: Spray, R. D. Bruce and staff; pillow, Messrs. Nash and Burrows; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Gavin; spray, from family; wreath, Mrs. Deslauries; spray, Mrs. Standish. (The Winnipeg Tribune, Feb. 14, 1907, p. 7)

They had the following children:

  119 F i Annie Elizabeth Sutton was born 1 on 20 Aug 1882 in Brantford, Brant Co., Ont., CAN. She died on 7 Jul 1909 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN.

1. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census Ontario, Ottawa City, Dist 103, p. 35, Family 154, age 10, b. Ont., with parents; William J. (39) and Eliza (29)

2. Found in the 1906 Canadian Census Manitoba, Winnipeg dis 10, sub-dis 04C, wd-4, p. 2, age 24, b. Ont., with husband Chas

3. Found in the 1908 Winnipeg city directory; (Henderson's p. 708)
Holmes Charles M clk United Cigar Stores rms 90 Adelaide
Holmes C Mrs rooming house 176-178 Edmonton lvs same

4. Death: The death occured at the general hospital last evening of Annie Holmes, aged 27 years, wife of Chas M. Holmes, of suite S. Matson block. The funeral takes place tomorrow at Elmwood Cemetery. (Manitoba Morning Free Press, July 8, 1909, p. 5)


Notes:
1. There is a death record for a Annie Elizabeth Holmes, 7 July 1909, age 27, Winnipeg, Manitoba, REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1909-005464

2. Canadian Baptisms 1661-1959
Annie Elizabeth Sutton
DOB: 20 Aug 1882
Brantford, Brant, Ontario
Fa: Wm Sutton
Mo: Elizabeth McHenry
        Annie married 1 Charles McGregor Holmes on 4 Apr 1901 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN. Charles was born 2 on 9 Aug 1876 in Kemptville, Grenville, Ont., CAN. He died on 7 Feb 1936 in Racine Co., WI.

1. Son of Hiram Holmes and Cornelia M. McGregor.

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census, Pennsylvania, McKean Co., Bradford wd-4, dis 82, p. 30, Davis St., age 3, with parents; Hiram (31) and Cornelia (28), sister Maude (6) and uncle A. P. McGregor (22)

3. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census Manitoba, Winnipeg wd-6, p. 12, age 14, with uncle Gilberth McGregor

5. Found in the 1905 Winnipeg city directory; Holmes Charles M clerk Rialto Cigar Store room 36, 494 1/2 Main (Henderson's p. 654)

6. Found in the 1906 Canadian Census Manitoba, Winnipeg dis 10, sub-dis 04C, wd-4, p. 2, age 29, b. Ont., with wife Annie

7. Found in the 1906 Winnipeg city directory; Holmes Charles M clerk Rialto Cigar store room 36, 494 1/2 Main (Henderson's p. 561)

8. Found in the 1908 Winnipeg city directory; (Henderson's p. 708)
Holmes Charles M clk United Cigar Stores rms 90 Adelaide
Holmes C Mrs rooming house 176-178 Edmonton lvs same

9. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census Manitoba, Winnipeg dis 29, p. 11, age 34, b. Aug 1876, Ont., tobacco salesman, lodger (alone)

10. Found on the Washington, Seattle, Passenger Lists, 1890-1924, Port of Vancouver, 7 June 1919, Holmes, Charles McGregor, age 43, POB: Campville, Canada, wd, acid mixer, Canadian, English, Final Dest.: Mankato, Minn., Going to Join: sister Maude Hatcher, 314 E. Jackson St., Mankato, Minn., Height: 5' 6", Hair; brown, Eyes; blue

11. Found on the Washington, Seattle, Passenger Lists, 1890-1957, Port of Vancouver, 24 Feb. 1920, Holmes, Charles McGregor, age 43, wd, acid mixer, Canadian, English, Final Dest.: Mankato, Minn., Going to Join: sister Maude Hatcher, 314 E. Jackson St., Mankato, Minn., Height: 5' 6", POB: Campville, Canada

12. Found in the 1921 Mankato, MN city directory; Holmes, Chas M mach Little Giant Co h 206 E Jackson (p. 78)

13. Found in the 1927 Mankato, MN city directory; Holmes, Chas M moved to Racine Wis (p. 87)

14. Obit: Holmes
Charles McGregor Holmes, 56, of 800 Grand avenue, died Friday in St. Luke's hospital. He was born in Ontario, Canada, Aug. 9, 1879, and had lived, in the United States 21 years, coming to Racine eight years ago. He was a member of the Masonic lodge in Mankato, Minn. Up to the time of his illness, he was employed by the Massey-Harris company. A sister, Mrs. Maude L. Hatcher of Minneapolis, is the only immediate surviving relative. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Thronson Funeral home, Rev. F. J. Turner officiating. Burial will be in Graceland cemetery. The body may be viewed from Sunday afternoon until the time of the funeral at Thronson's. (The Racine Journal Times, Feb. 8, 1936)
  120 F ii Florence A. Sutton was born 1 on 26 Nov 1892 in {Vancouver}, British Columbia, CAN. She died in Sep 1934 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN.

1. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg 12, Ward 5, p. 7, age 43, W.J. Sutton age 43 DOB: Mar 29 1858 and wife Hanna (37) DOB: April 19 1864 and daughter Florence (9) DOB: Nov 26 1892

2. Found in the 1906 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg 10, Ward 5 C, p. 1, age 14, b. British Columbia, with parents William (46) and Lizzie (42)

3. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Iowa, Plymouth Co., Akron, district 11, sheet# 16A, age 18, Florence A. Sutton with Leroy and Bertha Conger.

4. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Manitoba, Winnipeg Centre, District 38, Sub-District 8, Winnipeg City, p. 38, 477 Ellise Ave., age 29, POB: Manitoba, Eth; Eng, Rel; Baptist, at the Young Women's Christian Association, notes deaf (mute, crossed out) (Fa. b. Eng, Mo. b. Ontario)

5. 1922; There is a Florence H elk Wm J Sutton r 447 Eilien, (1922 Henderson's Winnipeg directory, p. 1240)

6. FLORENCE SUTTON
The death occurred recently in King Edward hospital, of Florence Sutton, aged 41 years, daughter of the lata Mr. and Mrs. William John Sutton. Funeral services will be held today at 4.30 p.m., at the Bardal funeral chapel. (The Winnipeg Tribune, Sept. 24, 1934, p. 5)

7. FLORENCE SUTTON
Funeral services were held Monday for Florence Sutton, 41, daughter of the late Mr. ana Mrs. William John Sutton, who died recently In King Edward hospital. The services took place at 4.30 p.m. from Bardal funeral chapel to Elmwood cemetery. (The Winnipeg Tribune, Sept. 25, 1934, p. 19)

Notes:
1. Handicapped by deafness.

39. Charles Cobb Sutton (John Philpot , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1, 2 on 6 Oct 1862 in Brantford, Brant, Ont., CAN. He died 3 on 14 Jul 1942 in Colebrook, Coos Co., NH.

1. Found in the 1871 Census of Ontario, district Brant S. or W. 015, sub-district D-4 Brantford Twnship, p. 66, film reel C-9915, family 257;
John SUTTON, 55, b. Quebec, Baptist, English origins, dentist, married
Ann SUTTON, 47, born USA, Baptist, English origins, married
William SUTTON, 16, born Ontario
Henry SUTTON, 12, born Ontario
Charles SUTTON, 10, born Ontario
Bertha SUTTON, 8, born Ontario
Ann SUTTON, 6, born Ontario

2. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census Quebec, Potten, Brome, C-13201 Dist 60 SubDist C Div 1 Page 25 Family 125, age 18, at the home of John P. Sutton.

3. 1888: Found in "The Eastern Townships Business and Farmers Directory, 1888-89", p. 141; Coaticook, PQ.,
Sutton H W, dentist
Sutton John P., dentist
Sutton C C., dentist

4. 1892: Found in "The Eastern Townships Business and Farmers Directory, 1892, p. 384; Coaticook, PQ.,
Sutton, Agnes (wid Philander), h Union
Sutton, Charles C., dentist, h 30 Cutting
Sutton, H., dentist Child, h 30 Cutting
Sutton, Mina Ann (widow Dr. J P)
Sutton, W H., dentist, 71 Main, h Cutting

5. 1894: Dominion Dental Journal vol. VI
How to get Clean Joints
By Chas. Sutton, Coaticook, Que.

I have often read statements in the journals that the way to get clean joints is to grind closely, or to insert plaster, cement, etc., between the joints. Yet in spite of instructions, joints do come out with those reproachful dark lines which offend the eye. I do not pretend that I have made an original discovery, but I worked out the matter for myself, and I never have a dark joint, and this is the way I avoid it:
1. I never let wax get between the joints in preparing the set for the flask. I never melt the wax before or behind, where the blocks meet.
2. One of the last things I do when the case is waxed up, is to remove each block, one at a time, rub the joints on a piece of fine and clean sandpaper and replace them, taking care never to melt the wax where the blocks meet.
3. I then flask the set as usual, and when opening it, I avoid heating it so much that the wax will melt and run into the clean joints. I then pick out all the wax possible, especially in the vicinity where the blocks meet.
4. Now comes the secret. If you have not melted the wax into the joints before flasking, or when heating it to separate the flask, you have now perfectly clean joints. But you have to pour hot water into the case to melt out wax you cannot pick out, and when you do that, you just run the melted wax into those joints, and even if you boil for an hour, and pour gallons of boiling water into the case, you can never cleanse them of foreign matter which not even boiling water will remove.
Now after you have picked out all the wax possible, just run into the joints thin plaster of Paris, and wait till it hardens. Then you may pour on your boiling water to remove the vestige of the wax ; but neither the wax nor the water can get between the joints, and neither can the rubber. It is not the rubber that dirties the joints. It is the wax, and the foreign matter in the wax which you run into them when you think you are running it out.

6. 1895: Dominion Dental Journal vol. VII
Some Thoughts in Connection with Amalgam.
By Chas. C. SUTTON, Island Pond, Vermont.

In a country practice we must necessarily be guided by certain circumstances, which may have little or no existence in a practice in a large city. I am led to this remark since coming to reside permanently in this pleasant place and observing the results of many years' practice of older and contemporary dentists in the mouths of many of the inhabitants. Over forty years ago my father practised extensively in this state in Newport, North Troy, Westfield, and in the bordering villages of Canada, and it has been my good fortune to see hundreds of amalgam fillings doing good service, which were inserted by him many years before I was born. I have also seen many fillings inserted about the same time by Dr. Jas. Lewis, of Burlington, Dr. A. J. Parker, of Bellow's Falls, and others, which were better than the day they were put in, because years of mastication had given them surfaces like polished steel. At the same time we must admit that we see in much modern work in amalgam of a very inferior character, and the question naturally arises, "if we are forced in country practice, or by reason of structural frailty, or of other circumstances, to use amalgam, can we explain why this generation of dentists shouldn't do better for the patients than the last?"

1) The Material: Have we, as the result of scientific experiments by scientific men, produced a more durable amalgam than that used half a century ago? To-day most of them are trade secrets. We are told that they have been tried by experts and not found wanting; but are the tests of a laboratory equal to the tests of the mouth? I maintain that the former are absolutely worthless. The conditions of the mouth are not those of a test tube. Expansion and contraction which appears after awhile in the former may be never visible in the latter. We know very well that we can make an amalgam that will expand or contract almost before our eyes; but it is needless to say that I do not allude to such a material. Laboratory tests give many amalgams a satisfactory color, while the mouth test turns them as black as ink. My father used to file down a half-dollar, pass a magnet through it, and adding mercury, use that for years. Then he used as long ago as 1845, a formula, four parts silver to five parts tin, and I have seen more than a hundred of such fillings in all parts of the mouth put in by him, which had a record of over forty years! As to gold, of which I am not writing, and which has its indispensable preference in so many cases, the record of soft foil is proportionately the same. With reference then to the material, I question if we are any better off to-day as to durability, even though we may be as to color.

2) Manipulation: There was not much ceremony in the old days on this score. It was entirely guess work, and whether you put in too much mercury or not, the question was as to the quantity you squeezed out. My father believed it was a mistake to file or cut the alloy too fine, or work it too long, and he always finished the surfaces by rubbing in as much of the dry alloy as possible. We may get an ideal alloy, the physical properties of which may be destroyed by the manipulation, and it would be well if some one would institute a series of scientific experiments with various alloys to prove which is the best way of preserving these properties for our purpose.

3) Margins: I sometimes think that it would be better for our patients if the dental engine had never been invented; while oftener I feel that it is as good for them as for us that it was invented. The older dentists depended upon files and chisels to trim the margins of cavities, and excavators exclusively to get at places inaccessible to hand drills. To-day we can dispense with files; and it may be that we are not as careful as our fathers were to do our work thoroughly, because we let the engine do a good deal that once our own hand did. It may be, too, that many dentists have not the perfect outfit for the engine which the depots are now able to supply, and having, perhaps, lost the art of using files, or perhaps not having the proper files on hand, we use neither the best of the old methods nor the best of the new.

4) Fees: The older dentists lived calmer and cheaper. They made many of their own instruments, alloys, etc. They were not in such a rush. The patients, too, lived simpler lives, and used simpler food, and the homes of the farmers and the village people did not contain the many destructive constituents of diet which help to predispose the teeth to decay today. My father, for instance, got as good fees forty years ago as the average Vermont, Quebec, or Ontario village dentist gets today. The cost of materials were very much less; the temptation to expenditure, professional and personal, were less than one-half; the credit system was unknown, and was regarded as a sort of proposed burglary; the dentist every week was able to pay for what he bought, and to lay aside his savings. Is it not true that in city, town and village the average dentist is to-day struggling for a bare existence, and that he is in debt, and is not saving money? It may be that this condition of affairs is largely responsible for the poor character of a great deal of the artificial work and operative work we see, and that the dentist, living in a rush, with increased expenses and decreased fees, is not able to give the proper time to his labors. If the patients fairly realized this, both they and we would be better served. During several visits to Montreal and Boston, I was amazed to witness the way in which the public is humbugged by the show-case and golden tooth fraternity, who it seems to me, come sufficiently within the reach of your law to have legal restraints placed upon them in the interest of the public. The modern craze for cheapness degrades dentistry more than it degrades trade, and these vulgar quacks - for they are nothing better - place the profession before the public on a level with the trader, and people go shopping for teeth, as they go from stall to stall in the markets, beating down the market women in the price of a cabbage. Then again, we have a class of men who condemn these show-case frauds, while they themselves resort to unprofessional and untrue circulars, pamphlets and advertisements, puffiing up their own qualifications and running down those of their neighbors. If we could get the public to recognize that dentistry is not a trade these trade tricks would only hurt, their authors, and as a regular reader of your journal, you will excuse me for saying that if the respectable portion of the profession would more generally follow the lead in these questions while you have editorially so long pointed out, the quacks and loose fish of the profession would find their level with the public as they long ago have found it in the profession. Medical men of any pretence to decency do not resort to these trade tricks. Even medical quacks rarely, if ever, use them. They may lie by the yard, but they rarely offer reductions in fees as the chief bait to the ignorant and unwary. Our gutter dentists, as you very properly styled them, can equal them so far as deliberate falsehood goes, but they beat them all hollow so far as offering ten dollars' worth for two. I find I have been led away somewhat from my subject, but these considerations have a direct influence upon the question of amalgam, and, in fact, anything else in practical dentistry.


The Tricks of the "Cheap Jacks."
By Charles C. Sutton, Island Pond, Vermont.

As an illustration of the low tricks to which some practitioners resort to get business, let me mention a few facts, to show the discouragement to those who are anxious to do the honest thing, and the dangers to which an unsuspecting public are exposed.

1) The local anaesthetic humbug. Not even every member of the profession, much less the public, is aware of the exposure made of the nostrums which are advertised and used so much. Dr. Ed. C. Kirke, of New York, showed that the proprietors of these secret remedies told falsehoods as to their composition, and that the percentage of dangerous results in dentistry was much greater than in general surgery ; that death had occurred from doses that were supposed to be harmless. There is no secret in the composition of a good local anaesthetic. Dr. Del Solar published the following, to be applied to the gum for one minute, and not to be used with the hypodermic syringe : Alcohol, 98 percent, f g ij ; chloroform, fjiv; ether sulphuric, fgiss; camphor, g i. The dentists who tell their patients that they have the only reliable
anaesthetic ought to receive the title of " D.L." dental liars.

2) Artificial sets. The public gets its knowledge of dentistry from the dentists. If a dentist is unscrupulous enough to make
them believe that he has a monopoly of purchase of certain teeth, vulcanite, etc., and that he can do what no other dentist can do - especially the dentist who is nearest to him - he simply tells falsehoods. One party is in the habit of telling his patients that he carves his own gum for teeth, that he invented his own vulcanizer. We would suppose that this would be the very reason why patients would avoid, as neither by education, manners or cleanliness can he offer inducements. But he can offer one inducement - that last resort of the dental quack - cheapness, and the public are
humbugged by the belief that though they cannot get twenty dollars' worth of hay for eight dollars - unless the hay is spoiled - they can get ten dollars' worth of dentistry for five. Of course they can, too. They can get inferior materials and inferior workmanship. They can get dirtily-done dentistry, filthily-made sets of teeth, teeth extracted with dirty and infected forceps, teeth filled with dirty amalgam while the saliva is stopped with foul napkins, operations performed in dirty chairs with dirty hands, and infectious diseases carried from one mouth to another. These Cheap Jacks cannot afford to do anything else, and they do not know enough to do any better. One of these parties was lately asked by a patient why the red rubber showed so much between the joints of her set, and was told that it was " an improvement to strengthen the set, and it will fill up with food and be covered "!

7. Dr. Chas. Sutton of Island Pond, formerly of Coaticook was in town recently and reports business good. (Sherbrooke Examiner, Aug. 23, 1895, p. 8)

8. Found in the U.S. 1900 Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 261, sheet 19, border, age 37. One house from Mildred Pitkin.

9. Town Topics
A quiet wedding took place at the residence of Mrs. Arvilla Merrill, Colebrook, N. H., at 1 o'clock p.m. June 14th, when her daughter, miss Mildred Isabel Pitkin was united in marriage to Dr. Charles Cobb Sutton, formerly of Island Pond. Congratulations. (Essex County Herald, June 22, 1900)

10. 738 First Avenue, Berlin, Coos County, NH
This house occupies lot 5 in block number 25 of the Berlin Heights Addition subdivision (Plan D) of 1892. William Perkins purchased the land from the Berlin Heights Addition on February 2, 1894 and sold it the same day to Mildred Pitkin of Somerville, Massachusetts (Coos County Registry of Deeds Book 72, Page 281). Mildred Pitkin, a divorced woman, subsequently married Charles Sutton in June 1900. The building appears to have been constructed as a two-family investment property. Sutton was a dentist who came from Canada to Colebrook in 1900. The present building had been constructed by the time of the Jan. 1901 Sanborn map. It does not appear that the couple ever occupied the house. In 1903 Charles and Mildred Sutton of Colebrook sold the land with buildings to Elmire Dechamps (Elmer Deschamps) for $1,100 (Book 114, Page 105). Deschamps’ occupation has not been determined. (NEW HAMPSHIRE HISTORIC PROPERTY DOCUMENTATION HOUSE, 738 FIRST AVENUE, NH STATE NO. 683, p. 4)

11. 1909: Way's Mills; Dr. Sutton of Colebrooke, N.H. spent Sunday and Monday of this week his sister Mrs. Valorous Truell. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Aug. 18, 1909)

12. Found in the U.S. 1910 Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 60, sheet# 18A, Main St., age 47

13. Dr. Leroy Conger and Dr. Chas. Sutton of Akron, Iowa., and Colebrooke, N. H., who have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Truell, have gone to Lake Averill for a short time and will be joined by Mrs. Conger and Miss Truell on Tuesday. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Aug. 14, 1917, p. 2)

14. BARNSTON
Dr. Chas. Sutton, of Colebrook was in town over Sunday to visit relatives and to bid farewell to his sister, Mrs. Dr. Leroy Conger, who left for her home in Akron, Iowa, on Wednesday, after a two months’ visit east. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Sept. 13, 1918, p. 2)

15. Found in the U.S. 1920 Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 46, sheet# 5, Main St., age 54, owns home

16. Found in the 1928-30 Colebrook Street and House Directory, Main St., Dr. Charles Sutton dentist. (p. 40)

17. Found in the 1928-30 Colebrook Directory, Sutton Charles C (Mildred) dentist Main h Main(p. 75)

18. Found in the U.S. 1930 Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 18, sheet# 13, age 63, Main St., owns home

19. Found in the 1932-34 Colebrook Street and House Directory, Main St., Dr. Charles Sutton (p. 39)

20. Found in the 1932-34 Colebrook, NH city directory; Sutton Charles C (Mildred) dentist Main h Main(p. 77)

21. Found in the 1940 U.S Census New Hampshire(20 Apr '40), Coos Co., Calais, ed 4-30, sheet 5A, Main St., age 77, b. Canada, owns, 5000$, ED; C5, Widow, with children; John(33) and Lucille(29)

22. In the section titled Dentists on p. 135; “Sutton, Charles Cobb: b. Oct 6, 1862 in Brantfort, Ontario, the son of a dentist. He spent most of his childhood in Coaticook, P.Q. and learned dentistry by apprenticeship. He married and had two children. In his early married life, he traveled to all of the Canadian provinces, and became certified in all of them except British Columbia. He finally started a practice in Colebrook in the 1890’s. He died July 14, 1942, and is buried in the Colebrook Village Cemetery.” In the section titled Fires, the book mentions that Dr. Sutton’s dental rooms were located in Vancore’s store. (Colebrook, “A Place Up Back of New Hampshire”, William H. Gifford, The News and Sentinel, Inc. 1993)

23. Obit: Dr. Charles C. Sutton, aged 80 years, passed away on Monday, July 13, at his home on Main street following a short illness. Dr. Sutton was Canadian born, but had spent most of his life in the States. He came to Colebrook about 35 years ago, where he established a fine dental business. He was a quiet, unassuming man and very popular throughout the North Country. His pleasant manner and genial smile will be greatly missed. He is survived by two children, a son, John P. Sutton, who resides at the Sutton home and a daughter, Lucille (Mrs. Shumway Marshall), who has recently moved to Conway, and a grandson, Charles Sutton Marshall, also a sister, Mrs. Bertie Conger of Montreal but who has resided in Colebrook for the past two years to be near her brother. Funeral services were held from his late home on the afternoon of July 18. Rev. Walter R. Pierce of West Hampstead officiated. Mr. Pierce was a former pastor of the Methodist Church in Colebrook. Interment was in the Colebrook cemetery. (The Coos County Democrat, Weds., July 22, 1942, p. 6).

24. Deaths registered in the town of Colebrook for the year ending Dec. 31, 1942
July 14, Colebrook, N.H., Charles Cobb Sutton, 79yrs 9mo 8dys, Brantford, Ont., Widowed, Dentist, John P. Sutton, Mima A. Green

Notes:
1. Lived at 152 Main St. which was the home of Mildred's mother. Here they ran a bed and breakfast, at present it is a restaurant. The dentist office was across the street.
2. 1913-15, Charles, Lucille's father, left the family and went to western Canada--Probably to visit his brother in Manitoba. Lucille told stories of her mother making her write letters to her father, asking him to come home. He eventually returned home to his family.
3. His middle name must have came from his grandmother; Asenath Cobb.
4. His marriage record states his POB as Kingston, PQ.

Charles married 1, 2 Mildred Isabel Pitkin on 12 Jun 1900 in Colebrook, Coos Co., N.H. Mildred was born 3 on 9 Oct 1867 in Colebrook, Coos Co., NH. She died 4 on 27 Dec 1937 in Colebrook, Coos Co., NH.

1. Daughter of Samuel Pratt Pitkin and Arvilla Piper.
- (V) Thomas, son of Captain Samuel Piper, was born in Tuftonborough, New Hampshire, May 8, 1798. He removed with his parents to Stewartstown. New Hampshire, and married (first) Emily Williams, by whom he had one child, William Piper, born December 13, 1825, died September 11. 1S96. He married (second) Esther Beecher, December 28, 1826, by whom he had five children : Loring Gilbert (see below). Emily W., married Frank Hodgdon, of Lancaster, New Hampshire. Hiram M., who married Mary Carleton, of Stewartstown. Esther P., who married (first) James Hibbard, and (second) Stephen Carleton. of Stewartstown. Arvilla P., who married (first) Samuel P. Pitkin, and (second) Seneca S. Merrill, of Colebrook. (p. 291, Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire, 1908)
- ALBERT AND CLARISSA (PRATT), p. 67.
SAMUEL PRATT PITKIN, 5th ch. m. ARVILLA PIPER, [dau. of Thomas Piper, Stewartstown, N. Y.] He was b. Dec. 31, 1835. m. Apr. 5, 1862. d. Apr. 28, 1869. She was b. Nov. 29, 1839. m. Apr. 5, 1862. Residence, Colebrook, N. H. CHILD; Almeria Pitkin, b. Oct. 9, 1867. (p. 137, Pitkin Family of America, A genealogy of the descendants of William Pitkin, 1887)

2. Found in the 1870 U.S Census New Hampshire , Coos Co., Stewartstown, p. 12, name Almary S., age 2, Living with Arvilla Pitkin, age 31, at the home of Hiram Piper, age 38. (Hiram Piper is Arvilla's brother, they are both found in the family of Thomas and Esther Piper in 1850, Stewartstown, NH.)

3. Found in the 1880 U.S Census New Hampshire , Coos Co., Colebrook, name Almiria, age 12, She is listed as step daughter to Seneca S. [Seneca Sargent Merrill] and Arvilla P. Merrill

4. Graduated class of 1886 from New Hampshire Conference Seminary and Female College, Tilton, N.H.

5. Found in the 1900 U.S Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 261, sheet 19, age 32, at home with her mother Arvilla Merrill.

6. Found in the 1910 U.S Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 60, sheet# 18A, Main St., age 41, 1 of 2 children. Her mother Arvilla Pitkin, age 70 is with them.

7. Found in the 1920 U.S Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 46, sheet# 5, Main St., age 51. Her mother Arvilla Merrill, age 80 is with them.

8. Found in the 1930 U.S Census New Hampshire, Coos Co., Colebrook, district 4-18, sheet# 13, Main St.

9. Found in the 1932-1934 Colebrook City Directory; "Sutton Charles C (Mildred) dentist Main h Main, John bds C C Sutton Main, (p. 77)

10. Mildred P. Sutton; Place of death: Colebrook, NH., How long a resident: always, Date of death: 1937, Dec, 27, Age: 70yrs, 2mo, 18dys, POB: Colebrook, NH., DOB: 1867, Oct, 9, Cause: Intestinal Obstruction, duration: 10dys, contributing: diabetus Mellatus, duration: 5yrs, Fa: Samuel Pitkin, Mo: Arvilla Piper, Spouse: Charles C. Sutton, Date of interment: Dec, 30, 1937, Name of cemetery: Village (Record of deaths, Colebrook, NH)

Notes;
1. Previously married to a judge, Everett Fletcher, b. 21 Dec 1848, Colebrook, NH., he died; 18 Aug 1900, Lancaster, NH. They were married, 19 Sep 1888 in New hampshire, (probably Lancaster, NH). They lived in a hotel in Lancaster, N.H.
2. Her name was originally Almeria but she changed her name to Mildred. She was diabetic and overweight later in life and snuck chocolates when she was not supposed to have them apparently. She also was very funny. (L.S)
3. Seneca Sargent Merrill; "He was a man of good judgement, a close buyer, an exact collector, scrupulously honest, and punctilious in all details of his business; his word was as good as his bond, and he won the confidence and patronage of the community and of the surrounding towns; at the time of his death he was the wealthiest man of his age in Colebrook."…………"Mr. Merrill married, January 10, 1871, Emma, daughter of Dr. Lyman and Betsey (Loomis) Lombard. She died in March, 1872. In February, 1876, he married Arvilla, daughter of Thomas and Esther (Beecher) Piper, and widow of Samuel P. Pitkin. To his step-daughter, Millie, Mr. Merrill manifested the tenderness of a parent. His only child is Seneca Sherburn Merrill, a bright lad of nine years." (p. 647)History of Coös County, New Hampshire, Merrill, Georgia Drew, Syracuse N.Y. W.A. Fergusson & Co., 1888, 1018 pgs.)

They had the following children:

  121 F i Mima Ann Sutton was born 1 on 11 Apr 1905 in Colebrook, Coos Co., NH. She died 2 on 12 Apr 1905 in Colebrook, Coos Co., NH.

1. Died at birth; 18 hours old.
+ 122 M ii John Pitkin Sutton
+ 123 F iii Lucille Harriet Sutton

42. Luvia A. Damon (Susan Charlotte Sutton , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 3 Oct 1846 in Coaticook, Stanstead Co, PQ. She died 2 on 7 Dec 1870 in Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA.

1. "James Gallup Worthington of Glenbrook, Nevada City, California. He went to California in 1858: married, Sept. 29, 1862, Luvia Damon (b. Oct 3, 1846, in Coaticook, P.Q.), daughter of Aaron Upton Damon and Susan Charlotte Sutton. Mrs. Luvia Worthington died Dec 7, 1870. Children. James Frank, born Aug. 21, 1863. Lives in Nevada City, Cal. Frances Elinor, born Sept. 9, 1865; married in 1888, a Mr. Hartman of Nevada City, Cal. William Albert, born May 5, 1867. Lives at Nevada City, Cal." (p. 387, Worthington, George, The genealogy of the Worthington family, United States: 1894, 493 pgs.)

2. RUNAWAY - Two ladies, Mrs. Worthington and her mother, Mrs. Damon, were driving a span of horses, attached to a buggy, Saturday afternoon, says the Grass Valley National, some little distance beyond St. Patrick's Church, when one of the buggy-wheels ran into a deep rut, which threw Mrs. Worthington out. The horses started on a run, but Mrs. Damon kept her seat, with two children. The horses ran to the Catholic Church, where they were stopped by a gentleman who chanced to be passing that way. he asked the lady what was the matter, when she coolly replied, "I don't like to drive a span of horses without reins." Mrs. Worthington was slightly bruised. Such coolness as was evinced by Mrs. Damon is certainly very commendable. Had she junped from the buggy with the children, probably the three would have been killed. (Daily Alta California, Nov. 1, 1867)

3. Found in the 1870 U.S. Census California, Nevada Co., Grass Valley, p. 199B, age 23

4. DIED
At Worthington’s Ranch, near Grass Valley, December 7th, LUVIA A., wife of James Worthington, aged 24 years 1 month and 18 days. The funeral will take place today, at 2 o’clock, P. M., from the Christian Church, at Church street. (Morning Union, Dec. 9, 1870)

5. DIED
At Worthington's ranch, near Grass Valley, Dec. 7th, Luvia A., wife of James Worthington, aged 24 years, 1 month and 18 days. (Sacramento Daily Union, Dec. 10, 1870)

6. DEATHS
Near Grass Valley, Dec. 7, Luvia A., wife of James Worthington, aged 24 years, 1 month and 18 days. (Sacramento Bee, Dec. 10, 1870, p. 3)

Luvia married 1, 2 James Gallup Worthington on 29 Jan 1863 in Nevada Co., CA. James was born 3 on 3 Aug 1837 in Cleves, Hamilton Co., OH. He died in Aug 1898 in Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA.

1. Son of Amos Worthington of Agawam, MA., rem. to College Hill, Ohio, and Frances Blachey Wood. (Grandparents; Amos Worthington and Dezier [Desire] Gallup)
- WORTHINGTON - At his late residence, College Hill, Ohio, on Saturday, Feb. 18, at 12 o'clock, Amos Worthington, in his 81st year. Notice of funeral hereafter. [San Francisco papers copy] (Feb 1882)
- Mr. Amos Worthington died at noon yesterday in his eighty-first year, at his residence in College Hill. At one time he was a prominent and active business man, and is remembered as the first wholesale grocer in this city. (Feb 1882)

2. "James Gallup Worthington of Glenbrook, Nevada City, California. He went to California in 1858: married, Sept. 29, 1862, Luvia Damon (b. Oct 3, 1846, in Coaticook, P.Q.), daughter of Aaron Upton Damon and Susan Charlotte Sutton. Mrs. Luvia Worthington died Dec 7, 1870. Children. James Frank, born Aug. 21, 1863. Lives in Nevada City, Cal. Frances Elinor, born Sept. 9, 1865; married in 1888, a Mr. Hartman of Nevada City, Cal. William Albert, born May 5, 1867. Lives at Nevada City, Cal." (p. 387, Worthington, George, The genealogy of the Worthington family, United States: 1894, 493 pgs.)

3. Found in the 1850 U.S Census, Ohio, Hamilton Co., Storrs; age 13, with family; Amos Worthington (45) with wife Jane (30) and children; A. (18), Catherine (16), Stephen W. (14), James G. (13), William M. (7), and Mary (3). His grandparents; Amos and Desire Worthington are found in Cincinnati, OH.

4. Found in the 1860 U.S Census California, Sacramento Co., Sacramento, p. 141, age 23

5. Found in the 1867 voter registrations of Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA., James Gallup Worthington, age 28, POB Ohio ("p. 75; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

6. 1867; Grass Valley, CA., directory; "Worthington, J. G. ranchman, Pie Plant Ranch, Grass Valley and Nevada road." (p. 272)(Bean's history and directory of Nevada County, California : containing a complete history of the county, with sketches of the various towns and mining camps, the names and occupation of residents. Bean, Edwin F,Nevada: Printed at the Daily Gazette Book and Job Office, 1867, 438 pgs)

7. (advertisement)
WORTHINGTON'S
VICTORIA PIE PLANT-THE best knwn variety. I have from 5,000 to 8,000 of the above Roots for sale at tbe following Cheap rates: Per Dozen, $3; Per Hundred, $20; Per Thousand, $150. All orders, accompanied with the cash, promptly attended to by " J. G. WORTHINGTON, Grass Valley, Nevada county, Cal. (Sacramento Daily Union, Feb. 24, 1868)

8. Found in the 1870 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Grass Valley, p. 199B, age 33, 2 farm laborers at the farm.

9. Patentee: JAMES G WORTHINGTON
Survey
State: CALIFORNIA
Acres: 160
Metes/Bounds: No
Title Transfer
Issue Date: 5/10/1870
Land Office: Assigned For Automation
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Nr.: 1233
Accession/Serial Nr.: CACAAA 138730
BLM Serial Nr.: CACAAA 138730

10. Found in the 1871 voter registrations of Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA., James Gallup Worthington, age 28, POB Ohio ("p. 85; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

11. Family Groceries.— J. G. Worthington has purchased the grocery store and bakery of J. Johnson, on the corner of Main and Church streets, and will continue to keep on hand a first class stock of groceries, etc., which he will dispose of to the former customers of the store, and others at prices to suit the times. (Morning Union, Oct. 1, 1872)

12. Nevada Co., CA - Index to Federal Land Records
MD(Mount Diablo) 0160N 0080E Range; 022, 023 Doc;652 1872/12/05 WORTHINGTON JAMES G
Patentee: JAMES G WORTHINGTON
Survey
State: CALIFORNIA
Acres: 160
Metes/Bounds: No
Title Transfer
Issue Date: 12/5/1872
Land Office: Assigned For Automation
Cancelled: No
U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations: No
Authority: March 17, 1842: Scrip or Nature of Scrip (5 Stat. 607)
Document Nr.: 652
Accession/Serial Nr.: CACAAA 048772 01
BLM Serial Nr.: CACAAA 048772 01

NESE 22/ 16-N 8-E No Mount Diablo CA Nevada
N½SW 23/ 16-N 8-E No Mount Diablo CA Nevada
SWSW 23/ 16-N 8-E No Mount Diablo CA Nevada

13. Found in the 1873 voter registrations of Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA., James Gallup Worthington, age 28, POB Ohio ("California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

14. Found in the 1875 voter registrations of Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA., James Gallup Worthington, age 28, POB 1847 Ohio ("California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

15. Mining News Nevada County. — We find this notice of the Buckham mine in the Grass Valley Union of April 30th:
This mine is located southwest from Grass Valley, near Bear river. The location was made years ago and the ledge has been worked whh good success. The rock had to he hauled to Grass Valley in order to have it tested, and it has, been worked through two or three different mills in separate lots. The ore has paid all the way from $15 to $29 per ton, by mill process, and without estimating the sulphurets. The averape of all the ore worked has been something over $20 a ton. The Iedge averages over two feet in thickness, and has been tested to the depth of 97 feet. A letter from J. G. Worthington, received yesterday from the Buckham mine, states the the rock is improving rapidly in the shaft, showing free gold, a thing that has seldom been seen in the rock which has been worked, and plenty of sulphurets. The mine only needs mill on it to prove a success. This thing of hauling quartz from ten to fifteen miles is not economy. The owners are men without capital and they would like to arrange for a mill. They can show the certified figures for the yield of the rock, and from the best and most careful millmen in this district. (Sacramento Daily Union, May 8, 1875)

16. Found in the 1876 voter registrations of Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA., James Gallup Worthington, age 28, POB Ohio ("California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

17. 1877: J. G. Worthington is listed as one of the 7 directors in the articles of incorporation of the Live Oak Mining Company, Grass Valley District, Nevada County, (capital $6,000,000). (Sacramento Daily Union, Dec. 29, 1877)

18. Found in the 1878 voter registrations of Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA., (16 Sep 1878) James Gallup Worthington, age 40, POB Ohio ("p. 55; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

19. Found in the 1880 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada City dis 58, p. 20, Lost Hill, Withington, Jas., Occp: miner, b. Ohio, age 43 (no wife), Son Fred age 17, b. Calf, Dau Nelie age 15, b. Calf, Wm., age 13, b. Calf. The family is 3 homes away from Albert Damond [Damon].

20. Failed at Suicide
James Worthington, a former resident of Grass Valley, made an unsuccessful attempt at suicide by shooting, at Nevada City on Saturday. Cause —whisky. (Morning Union, Feb. 26, 1884)
[father or son?]

21. Not an Attempt at Suicide
The Transcript says that it is an error that James Worthington attempted to commit suicide at that place on Saturday last. He was drunk and his pistol went off accidentally and shot him in the hand, A loaded pistol in the hands of a drunken man is next thing to throwing a torch into a powder magazine-somebody is liable to get hurt. (Morning Union, Feb. 28, 1884)

22. 1893: Exhibits at the State Fair,
Fifth Department. Horticultural Products
Best exhibit of table carrots...............J. G. Worthington.......Nevada City...................................................(award) $1.00
Best exhibit of table beets.................J. G. Worthington.......Nevada City...................................................(award) $2.00
(Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the Thirtieth Session of the Legislature of the State of California, Vol. V, 1893)

23. 1894; Is recorded as from Glenbrook, Nevada City, CA., (Worthington, George, The genealogy of the Worthington family, United States: 1894, 493 pgs).

24. Found in the 1894 voter registrations of Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA., (19 Sep 1894) James Gallup Worthington, age 57, POB Ohio ("p. 78; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

25. Found in the 1896 voter registrations of Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA., (5 Aug 1896) James Gallup Worthington, age 58, POB Ohio ("p. 49; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)


Notes:
1. In the mid-1850's Timothy Worthington came west from Ohio and cleared the land the golf course (Nevada County Country Club) now occupies. He was joined by his brother James. The brothers pastured their horses here and took them over the hill to race them at the Glenbrook race track. After Timothy died, James married Luvia Damon. In 1862, they called their property Pie Plant Ranch. They built a pretty home (now the clubhouse) and operated a dairy. James is credited with planting the palm and magnolia tress on the site. The property was sold in 1875 and was later known as the Noell home. In the early 1920's a group of golf enthusiasts planned the Nevada County Country Club. Longtime Nevada City community leader Elza Kilroy and his wife Luvia (grand-daughter of Luvia (Damon) Worthington) were among the first members.

They had the following children:

+ 124 M i James "Frank" Worthington
  125 F ii Frances "Nellie" Elinor Worthington was born 1 on 9 Sep 1865 in Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA. She died on 27 Aug 1939 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA.

1. Found in the 1870 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Grass Valley, p. 199B, age 4

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada City dis 58, p. 20, Lost Hill, Withington, Jas., Occp: miner, b. Ohio, age 43 (no wife), Son Fred age 17, b. Calf, Dau Nelie age 15, at school, b. Calf, Wm., age 13, b. Calf. The family is 3 homes away from Albert Damond [Damon].

3. MARRIED
Nevada City, April 26 - Benjamin Franklin Hartman to Frances Elinor Worthington. (Sacramento Daily Record-Union, May 2, 1885, p. 8)

4. Found in the 1900 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada Twnshp, dis 53, sheet 4B, Prospect St., age 34, 0 of 0 children.

5. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada Twnshp, dis 53, sheet 4B, Prospect St., age 44, 0 of 0 children, owns home.

6. 1912; Found in the 1912 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Gaston, #16, Hartman, Frances Elinor, Dem

7. 1914; Found in the 1914 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Nevada City, #144, Hartman, Frances Elinor, Progressive

8. Found in the 1919 San Francisco, CA., city directory: Hartman Benj F (Frances) (Hotel Sutherland) r 465 Ellis, (Crocker-Langley, p. 744)

9. Found in the 1920 San Francisco, CA., city directory: Hartman Benj F (Frances) (Hotel Sutherland) r 465 Ellis, (Crocker-Langley, p. 811)

10. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, San Francisco Co., San Francisco, 32nd assembly district, dis 53, sheet 15B, Larkin St., age 54, rents, retired. George V Egan (46) is at the home.

11. Found in the 1922 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan George V (Nellie) (Wiseman & Egan) r50 Golden Gate Av (p. 620)
12. Found in the 1923 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan George V (Nellie, Wiseman & Egan) r50 Golden Gate Av (p. 631)
13. Found in the 1925 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan George V (Nellie, Wiseman & Egan) r50 Golden Gate Av (p. 665)
14. Found in the 1927 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan George V (Nellie, Wiseman & Egan) r50 Golden Gate Av (p. 762)
15. Found in the 1928 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan George V (Frances E; Wiseman & Egan) h1234 Larkin (p. 578)
16. Found in the 1929 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan George W (Frances) real est h1234 Larkin (p. 575)
17. Found in the 1930 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan Frances E (wid G V) h1234 Larkin (p. 432)

18. Found in the 1930 US Census California, San Francisco Co., San Francisco, sheet 14A, 1234 Larkin, owns $19000, age 64, WD, POB: Grass Valley, CA., Fa. born Ohio, Mo. born Canada Eng.,

19. Found in the 1933 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan Frances E (wid G V) h1234 Larkin (p. 358)
20. Found in the 1938 San Francisco, CA., city directory; Egan Nellie (wid G W) h1234 Larkin (p. 453)

21. Obit: Mrs. Nellie W. Egan
Last rites will be conducted in Nevada City tomorrow for Mrs. Nellie Worthington Egan, 74, member of a pioneer California family who died Sunday at her San Francisco home at 1234 Larkin street. Daughter of early California settlers, Mrs. Egan was born on the old Pieplate Ranch in Nevada county and lived there for many years. During the World War she was general chairman of the Red Cross for Nevada county and was active in other phases of war work. She and her husband, the late George Walter Egan, moved to San Francisco in 1920. Surviving Mrs. Egan are two nieces, Mrs. Elza Kilroy of Nevada City and Mrs. George Cowden of San Francisco. Funeral services, under the auspices of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, will be conducted from the Holmes Funeral Parlor in Nevada City. Local arrangements are under direction of Godeau's Funeral home, 41 Van Ness avenue. (San Francisco Chronicle, Aug. 29, 1939, p. 11)

22. Pioneer Nevada County Woman Dies In Bay City
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 29.-- Last rites will be conducted in Nevada City tomorrow for Mrs. Nellie Worthington Egan, 74, member of a pioneer California family who died Sunday at her San Francisco home. The daughter of early California settlers, Mrs. Egan was born on the old Pieplate Ranch in Nevada county and lived there for many years. During the World War she was general chairman of the Red Cross for Nevada county and was active in other phases of war work. She and her husband, the late George Walter Egan, moved to San Francisco in 1920. Surviving Mrs. Egan are two nieces, Mrs. Elza Kilroy of Nevada City and Mrs. George Cowden of San Francisco. Funeral services, under the auspices of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, will be conducted from the Holmes Funeral Parlor in Nevada City. (Sacramento Bee, Aug. 29, 1939, p. 8)

23. Mrs. Nellie W. Egan
Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Worthington Egan, 74, member of a pioneer California family, will be held today in Nevada City. Mrs. Egan died Sunday at her San Francisco home, 1234 Larkin street. She was the daughter of early California settlers and was born on the old Pie Plant ranch in Nevada county. She came to San Francisco in 1916 and married George V. Egan, local attorney, in 1918. Surviving Mrs. Egan are two nieces, Mrs. Eliza Kilroy of Nevada City and Mrs. George Cowden of San Francisco. Funeral services will be conducted at the Holmes funeral parlor in Nevada City, under the auspices of the Native Daughters of the Golden West. Local arrangements are under direction of Godeau's funeral home, 41 Van Ness avenue. (San Francisco Chronicle, Aug. 30, 1939, p. 14)


Notes:
1. (find-a-grave) Nellie Worthington Egan
Birth: 1865 California, USA
Death: Aug. 27, 1939 San Francisco Co., CA. Daughter of James Y Worthington and Laria Damon Wife of the late George V Egan
Birth: Apr. 21, 1879 Texas, USA
Death: Dec. 29, 1928 Cremation at Cypress Lawn, Colma CA. Son of James Egan and Emma Shanklin Husband of Nellie W Egan
        Frances married 1, 2 "Frank" Benjamin Franklin Hartman on 26 Apr 1885 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA. "Frank" was born 3 in Jul 1855 in {Nevada City}, Nevada Co., CA. He died 4 on 24 Sep 1920 in Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA.

1. Son of David Franklin Hartman and Anna Eliza Weller from Pennsylvania. Brother of Melvina Hartman who married Albert Damon.
- Death of a Pioneer
David Hartman, a pioneer resident of Nevada City, died on Friday morning, and the funeral will take place this afternoon. He leaves a wife and eleven children. The Herald gives this item of Mr. Hartman’s pioneer experience; A gentleman of this city said today ; “The death of David Hartman recalls to my mind a story which he once told me. Mr. Hartman came to this place in 1850. Just about where the Union Hotel now stands, was then a little gambling tent. The same evening that Mr. Hartman arrived here he witnessed a cutting affray between two of the gamblers who frequented the tent. It was his first introduction to the place, but it did not scare him away, as his forty years residence here clearly proves.” The deceased is the father of Frank Hartman, who has charge of the concentrators at the North Star mill, in this place. (July 1888)
- MRS. A. E. HARTMAN DIES AT EARLY HOUR
Mrs. A. E. Hartman, an old resident of Nevada City, died at her home on Long street at 1:30 this morning. Mrs. Hartman, whose age was 73 years, had been an invalid for a number of years and death was due to causes of long standing. Mrs. Hartman was a native of Pennsylvania, but had resided in this State for many years. She was a widow, her husband having died several years ago. Her surviving family consists of six sons and four daughters. Funeral arrangements had not been announced at an early hour this morning. (Jan 1912)
- NEVADA COUNTY PIONEER DIES
Special to the Union. NEVADA CITY (Nevada Co.), Jan. 11. -:Mrs. A. E. Hartman, a pioneer resident of Nevada City, passed away at 1:45 this morning at her home on Long street. She was almost 73 years old at the time of her death. She crossed the plains in an ox team and arrived in Nevada City in 1852, and resided here since. (Jan 1912)
- CROSSED PLAINS IN AN OX TEAM
Late Mrs. A. E. Hartman Was One of Nevada City’s Earliest Pioneers.
The funeral of the late Mrs. A. E. Hartman, who died at an early hour yesterday morning at her home on Long street, as stated in yesterday’s Union, will take place tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock from the family residence. Services will be conducted by Rev. C. B. Sylvester, pastor of the Methodist church, with interment in Pine Grove cemetery. Deceased was one of the most lovable women of Nevada City and had resided here since 1852, during which year she crossed the plains in an ox team,. Mrs. Hartman was bora at Washington, Penn., on January 23, 1839, and was married here in 1854 to David Hartman, who passed away in 1888. She was one of this city’s earliest women pioneers. Mrs. Hartman is survived by ten grown children -six sons and four daughters, as follows:, Frank Hartman, of Gaston, Ed Hartman, of Sacramento: Joseph Hartman, of Bisbee, Ariz.; Albert Hartman, of Forbestovvn, Butte county; Charles Hartman, of Kennett, and Lincoln Hartman, of Nevada City; Mrs. A. M. Justice of Sacramento; Mrs. William Morgan, of Sacramento: Mrs. Mattie Eddy, of Nevada City, and Miss Mine Hartman, of Nevada City. (Jan 1912)

2. Found in the 1860 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada Twnshp, p. 120, age 4, B.F and A. E. Hartman

3. Found in the 1870 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada Twnshp, p. 50, age 15, B.F and A. E. Hartman, siblings; Martha (10) Melvina (8) Lincoln (5) Albert (3) and Elmira (4m)

4. Found in the 1879 voter registrations of Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA., (14 Mar 1879) Benjamin Franklin Hartman, age 23, POB California ("p. 21; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

5. Found in the 1880 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada City, T9-0070, p. 29B, age 24, at home with parents; D. F. (53) and Eliza N. (40), Mattie (20), Melvina (17), Lincoln (15), Albert (13), Elmira (10), Chas (7), Joseph (4) and Mabel (2)

6. Found in the 1892 voter registrations of Glenbrook, Nevada Co., CA., (24 Aug 1892) Benjamin Franklin Hartman, age 37, POB California ("p. 21; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

7. Found in the 1895 Nevada County Directory; Nevada City, Hartman, Benj Franklin, millman.

8. Frank Hartman is building an addition to his house on Prospect Hill. (Morning Union, Oct. 29, 1895)

9. Found in the 1896 voter registrations of Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA., (22 Jun 1896) Benjamin Franklin Hartman, age 41, POB California ("p. 42; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

10. Found in the 1900 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada Twnshp, dis 53, sheet 4B, Prospect St., age 44, owns home.

11. Found in the 1900-1902 voter registrations of Prospect Hill, Nevada Co., CA., Benjamin Franklin Hartman, age 46, POB California ("p. 161; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

12. B. F. Hartman is erecting a corrugated iron building on his Prospect Hill home. (The Union, Aug. 1906)

13. Found in the 1908 voter registrations of Prospect Hill, Nevada Co., CA., (14 Mar 1879) Benjamin Franklin Hartman, age 53, POB California ("California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

14. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada Twnshp, dis 53, sheet 4B, Prospect St., age 54, owns home.

15. Personal Mention
...
Frank Hartman returned to Gaston vesterday. He came to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. A. E. Hartman. (Morning Union, Jan. 16, 1912)

16. 19??; Found in the 19?? California voter registration; Nevada Co., Gaston, #15, Hartman, Benjamin Franklin, Rep

17. Found in the 1919 San Francisco, CA., city directory: Hartman Benj F (Frances) (Hotel Sutherland) r 465 Ellis, (Crocker-Langley, p. 744)

18. Found in the 1920 San Francisco, CA., city directory: Hartman Benj F (Frances) (Hotel Sutherland) r 465 Ellis, (Crocker-Langley, p. 811)

19. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, San Francisco Co., San Francisco, 32nd assembly district, dis 53, sheet 15B, Larkin St., age 64, rents, retired. George V Egan (46) is at the home.

20. To Hold Funeral of B. F. Hartman Today
Special to the Union. NEVADA CITY, Nevada Co.. Sept. 24.— B. F. Hartman, well known amalgamator and citizen, died at the home of his sister in this city following an attack of paralysis a few days ago. He was 65 years of age. He was born in this city and attended all the schools. Five brothers and four sisters, all of whom were born in this city, survive him. The funeral will be held from the home of his sister, Mrs. Mattie Eddy of Long street, Saturday afternoon. He was a member of Hydraulic ParIlor of Native Sons, and that organization will have charge of the funeral arrangements. (Sacramento Union, 25 Sept., 1920)

21. PIONEER NATIVE SON DEAD.
Nevada City — Benjamin Franklin Hartman, an old-time member of Hydraulic Parlor, No. 56, N.S.G.W., is dead from the effects of a paralytic stroke. He was born here in 1855 and had resided here nearly all his life. In addition to the widow, several brothers and sisters survive. (Grizzly Bear, vol. 28, Nov. 1920)(Native Sons of the Golden West)
+ 126 M iii William Albert Worthington

44. Albert Edelbert Damon (Susan Charlotte Sutton , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born in 1853 in Quebec, CAN. He died 1 on 17 Jun 1922 in Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA.

1. Quit Claim, 4 Oct 1870, Susan Charlotte Sutton veuve Aaron Upton Damon esqualite to Albert E. Damon, entry #135 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Felton, Edward Pellew (1848-1876))

2. There is an Albert Damon in the 1871 Canadian Census of Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 141, sub district E, Div 2, p. 39, age 17, POB: Quebec, Baptist, Scotch, laborer, with Dean Sutton and Mariah (40) Carra (22) and Ada M. (8)

3. MARRIED
Grass Valley, March 2 - A. E. Damon to Melvina Hartman. (Sacramento Daily Union, March 9, 1878.)

4. Found in the 1880 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada City dis 58, p. 20, Wet and Lost Hills, Damond, A. E. age 26, b. Canada, Father b. Canada, Mother b. Mass. [I believe this could be reversed], Occp; Common Labor, Wife; A. E. age 18, b. Calf., Son; Frank age 1, b. Calf....(12 Jun 1880)

5. Found in the 1882 voter registrations of Nevada, Nevada Co., CA., (5 Oct 1882) Albert Edward Damon, age 29, POB Canada ("p. 16; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

6. Found in the 1884 voter registrations of Nevada, Nevada Co., CA., (1 Sep 1884) Albert Edward Damon, age 30, POB Canada ("p. 15; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

7. Divorced 26 Sep 1884, San Francisco Examiner, 1 Jan 1885, p. 8

8. The Merrifield
Al. Damon and others are working the Marrifield ledge on tribute. They have a shaft down 80 feet, near the hoisting works on the top of the hill, this side of the Wyoming works. There is about ten tons of ore on the dump and it shows well in free gold and high grade sulphurats. The ledge matter carries considerable ochre which Is very rich. It it the opinion of miners that had the Merrifield Company sunk their shaft 200 feet deeeper at that point a large and rich shoot of quartz would have been found and the mine would not have closed down. It will be worked again some day, as will other mines in this district that are now idle. —Nevada Herald. (Morning Union, Nov. 23, 1887)

9. Found in the 1892 voter registrations of Nevada, Nevada Co., CA., (13 Oct 1892) Albert Edward Damon, age 38, POB Canada ("p. 17; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

10. Found in 1895 California, Nevada County Directory; Nevada City, Damon, Albert, miner.

11. Found in the 1896 voter registrations of Nevada, Nevada Co., CA., (22 Jul 1896) Albert Edelbert Damon, age 42, POB Canada ("p. 70; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

12. Found in the 1900-1902 voter registrations of Relief Hill, Nevada Co., CA., (5 Oct 1882) Albert Edward Damon, age 46, POB Canada. Also found in Washington, Nevada Co., p. 83 ("California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

13. 1902?; Found in the 1902 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Washington, #17, Damon, Albert Edelbert, age 48

14. 1904?; Found in the 1904 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Washington, #14, Damon, Albert Edelbert, age 50

15. Found in the 1906 voter registrations of Washington, Nevada Co., CA., Albert Damon, age 53, POB Canada ("p. 77; California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

16. 1907?; Found in the 1907 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Washington, #18, Damon, Albert E., age 53, Miner

17. Found in the 1908 voter registrations of Nevada, Nevada Co., CA., Albert Edelbert Damon, age 54, POB Canada (" California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

18. 1910?; Found in the 1910 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Washington, #13, Damon, Albert E., age 56, Miner

19. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Washington Twp, district 1, sheet# 5B, age 56, with partner Michael Norton. (A Michael Norton is found in a 1867 directory of Washington Twp. as miner at Omega Mine.)

20. 1912?; Found in the 1912 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Washington, #11, Damon, Albert E., Miner, Democrat

21. 1914?; Found in the 1914 California voter registration; Nevada Co., Washington, #19, Damon, Albert E., Miner, Democrat

22. 1915?; Found in the 1915 California voter registration; Nevada Co., North Bloomfield, #11, Damon, Albert E., Miner

23. 1917?; Found in the 1917 California voter registration; Nevada Co., North Bloomfield, #12, Damon, Albert, Miner

24. 1918; Found in the 1918, California voter registration; Sacramento Co., Sacramento, #70, Damon, Albert E., 2230 33d, Dem.

25. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Sacramento Co., Sacramento, district 3, sheet# 9A, Rents 9th St., age 66, at the home of his daughter Ethel.

26. NORTH BLOOMFIELD: Pioneer Found Dead
-- Albert E. Damon, an old resident of this place, was found dead in his cabin here late Saturday afternoon. Death was due to natural causes, he having been ill for some time. The body was found by a neighbor shortly after death. He was a native of Canada, aged 70 years. (Sacramento Bee, June 19, 1922, p. 9)

27. DAMON. -- In North Bloomfield, Nevada County, California, June 17, 1922, Albert E. Damon, a native of Canada, aged 70 years, father of Mrs. William Hallaman and Frank Damon of Sacramento and Ernest Damon of Winnemucca, Nev. (Sacramento Bee, June 19, 1922, p. 9)

28. NORTH BLOOMFIELD MINER FOUND DEAD
GRASS VALLEY. Nevada Co., June 19.—Albert E. Damon, an old resident of the North Bloomfield section was found dead in his cabin Saturday. Damon was a native of Canada, aged 60 years, and is survived by a brother. Henry Damon of North Bloomfield, and a daughter and two sons residing in Sacramento. (Sacramento Union, 20 June 1922)

Albert married 1 Melvina E. Hartman on 2 Mar 1878 in Grass Valley, Nevada Co., CA. The marriage ended in divorce.Melvina was born 2 on 2 Jul 1862 in Nevada City, Nevada Co., CA. She died on 10 Aug 1929 in Eastmont, Oakland, Alameda Co., CA.

1. Daughter of David Franklin Hartman and Anna Eliza Weller from Pennsylvania. Sister of Benjamin Hartman who married Frances Worthington.
- Death of a Pioneer
David Hartman, a pioneer resident of Nevada City, died on Friday morning, and the funeral will take place this afternoon. He leaves a wife and eleven children. The Herald gives this item of Mr. Hartman’s pioneer experience; A gentleman of this city said today ; “The death of David Hartman recalls to my mind a story which he once told me. Mr. Hartman came to this place in 1850. Just about where the Union Hotel now stands, was then a little gambling tent. The same evening that Mr. Hartman arrived here he witnessed a cutting affray between two of the gamblers who frequented the tent. It was his first introduction to the place, but it did not scare him away, as his forty years residence here clearly proves.” The deceased is the father of Frank Hartman, who has charge of the concentrators at the North Star mill, in this place. (July 1888)
- MRS. A. E. HARTMAN DIES AT EARLY HOUR
Mrs. A. E. Hartman, an old resident of Nevada City, died at her home on Long street at 1:30 this morning. Mrs. Hartman, whose age was 73 years, had been an invalid for a number of years and death was due to causes of long standing. Mrs. Hartman was a native of Pennsylvania, but had resided in this State for many years. She was a widow, her husband having died several years ago. Her surviving family consists of six sons and four daughters. Funeral arrangements had not been announced at an early hour this morning. (Jan 1912)
- NEVADA COUNTY PIONEER DIES
Special to the Union. NEVADA CITY (Nevada Co.), Jan. 11. —:Mrs. A. E. Hartman, a pioneer resident of Nevada City, passed away at 1:45 this morning at her home on Long street. She was almost 73 years old at the time of her death. She crossed the plains in an ox team and arrived in Nevada City in 1852, and resided here since. (Jan 1912)
- CROSSED PLAINS IN AN OX TEAM
Late Mrs. A. E. Hartman Was One of Nevada City’s Earliest Pioneers.
The funeral of the late Mrs. A. E. Hartman, who died at an early hour yesterday morning at her home on Long street, as stated in yesterday’s Union, will take place tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock from the family residence. Services will be conducted by Rev. C. B. Sylvester, pastor of the Methodist church, with interment in Pine Grove cemetery. Deceased was one of the most lovable women of Nevada City and had resided here since 1852, during which year she crossed the plains in an ox team,. Mrs. Hartman was bora at Washington, Penn., on January 23, 1839, and was married here in 1854 to David Hartman, who passed away in 1888. She was one of this city’s earliest women pioneers. Mrs. Hartman is survived by ten grown children —six sons and four daughters, as follows:, Frank Hartman, of Gaston, Ed Hartman, of Sacramento: Joseph Hartman, of Bisbee, Ariz.; Albert Hartman, of Forbestovvn, Butte county; Charles Hartman, of Kennett, and Lincoln Hartman, of Nevada City; Mrs. A. M. Justice of Sacramento; Mrs. William Morgan, of Sacramento: Mrs. Mattie Eddy, of Nevada City, and Miss Mine Hartman, of Nevada City. (Jan 1912)

2. Found in the 1870 U.S. Census California, Nevada Co., p. 50, age 8, with her parents; B.F. (43) and A. E. (30) Hartman, siblings; B. J. (15) Martha (10) Lincoln (5) Albert (3) and Elmira (4m)

3. MARRIED
Grass Valley, March 2 - A. E. Damon to Melvina Hartman. (Sacramento Daily Union, March 9, 1878.)

4. Found in the 1880 U.S. Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada City dis 59, (10 Jun 1880) p. 18, age 17, at home with her parents; D. F. (53) and Eliza N. (40), B.F. (24), Mattie (20), Lincoln (15), Albert (13), Elmira (10), Chas (7), Joseph (4) and Mabel (2)

5. Found in the 1880 U.S Census California, Nevada Co., Nevada City dis 58, p. 20, Lost Hill, Damond, A. E. age 26, b. Canada, Father b. Canada, Mother b. Mass. [I believe this could be reversed], Occp; Common Labor, Wife; A. E. age 18, b. Calf., Son; Frank age 1, b. Calf....(12 Jun 1880)

6. Divorced 26 Sep 1884, [from Damon] (San Francisco Examiner, 1 Jan 1885, p. 8)

7. Found in the 1900 Sacramento, CA. city directory; Murray M Mrs, r 503 7th (p. 346)

8. Found in the 1900 U.S Census California, Placer Co., Township #4, p. 9, "Murray E Millie" born: July 1862, age 34, (wd), 3 of 3 children, servant at the home of A. Charles Flowers

9. Found in the 1901 San Francisco city directory: Morgan William C, stevedore P M SS Co r. 10 Folsom Av. (p. 1278)

10. Married third: Marriage Licenses: William C. Morgan, 34, 10 Folsom avenue and Millie Murray, 38, 10 Folsom avenue. (San Francisco Call, Jan. 23, 1901)

11. Found in the 1910 U.S Census California, Sacramento Co., Sacramento, sheet 12B, 212 T Street, Melvina, age 48, 2nd marr., marr 10 yrs, 3 of 3 children, POB: Calif., Mo & Fa born Pennsylvania, with husband William (44)

12. Found in the 1920 U.S Census California, Sacramento Co., Sacramento, 35th precinct, sheet 5A, 1228 E Street, rents, Melvina, age 56, POB: Calif., Mo & Fa born Pennsylvania, with husband William (54)

13. MRS. A. M. JUST, MRS. WILL MORGAN, EDWARD HARTMAN of Sacramento were in Nevada City to attend the funeral of their late brother, B. F. Hartman. (Sacramento Bee, Sept. 27, 1920, p. 7)

14. Found in the 1927 Sacramento, CA city directory; Morgan, Wm (Melvina) car bldr SPCo h901 F (p. 409)

15. Mrs. Melvina Morgan Is Laid To Rest Here
Last rites were paid Mrs. Melvina E. Morgan, who died Saturday night, in the East Lawn Sanitarium yesterday afternoon. The funeral was from the parlors of Clark Booth & Yardley. Interment was in the City Cemetery. The deceased leaves a husband William Morgan; three sisters, Mrs. Mabel C. Just, miss Mina C. Hartman, and Mrs. Mattie Eddy; four brothers, Edward J. Hartman, Joseph Hartman, A. J. Hartman, and Charles J. Hartman; a daughter, Mrs. Ethel M. Hallanan, and two sons, Frank and Ernest Damon. She was a native of Nevada. (Sacramento Bee, Aug. 14, 1929, p. 9)


Notes:
1. Find a grave: Melvina Morgan, Sacramento City Cemetery, death 10 Aug. 1929.
2. Sacramento City Cemetery Index:
Morgan, Melvina E. (Mrs Wm), 67y19d, died:10 Aug, buried: 13 Aug 1929, vol. B, p. 104, Lot: 2044, Code: H, [headstone] Birth&misc: NV City, CA, Jul 2 1862; myocarditis; d. Eastmont Sanitarium
Morgan, William, 67y9m, died: 9 Mar, buried: 12 Mar 1938, vol. B, p. 104, Lot: 2044

They had the following children:

+ 127 M i Frank Aaron Damon
+ 128 F ii Ethel Mae Damon
+ 129 M iii Ernest Sutton Damon

46. William Don Sutton (Luman Gilson , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born on 20 Apr 1854 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 1 on 6 Oct 1885 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. The cause of death was accidental death.

1. Found in the 1861 Quebec Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, Film 517428, sheet 60, line 33, age 7, single, Rel; C Baptist, with parents Luman (35) and Lorena (25), Charles E. (9) and Oliv (1)

2. ?? Found in the 1876 voter registrations of Nevada Co., CA., W. D. Sutton ("California Great Registers, 1866-1910." FamilySearch)

3. 1881, Dec 2, Charlotte McAllister died at W. D. Sutton's home in Barnston. (Stanstead Journal Ext 1876-90, p. 73)

4. Death: BARNSTON
A sad accident happened at Norton Lake on the 6th inst., by which William Sutton of this town lost his life. It appears that he and Mr. Walter Lovell had been out fishing on the lake, and landed just at night. Mr. Lovell stepped from the boat first and as Sutton stepped out he reached down for his revolver, and either the hammer caught on something or he let it fall, and it went off, the whole charge passing through his body. He fell into Mr. Lovell's arms and died in a short time. Mr. Sutton was a son of the late Luman Sutton, and leaves a wife and one child. (Stanstead Journal, Oct. 15, 1885)

5. Killed by his Own Revolver.
Norton Lake, Oct. 6th, 1885. A sad and fatal accident occurred here today, caused by the accidental discharge of a revolver, resulting in the death of Mr. Wm. Sutton, of this place, formerly of Barnston. It appears that Mr. Sutton and his uncle, Mr. Walter Lovell, had been out fishing and hunting, and when returning in the evening had loaded and taken their packs from the boat and deposited them upon the shore. Mr. Sutton, it is supposed, while picking the revolver up dropped it from its case and striking the hammer on a stone or other hard substance caused it to explode the cartridge and the contents were lodged in Mr. Sutton’s left side. He fell into his uncle’s arms, who was just behind him, exclaiming: “My God, I am shot through the heart.” These were the only words uttered, though he lived for nearly two hours suflering the agonies of death. Deceased was a young married man, and leaves a wife and one child and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss. (Weekly Examiner, Sherbrooke P.Q. Oct. 16, 1885, p. 3)

William married 1 Geneva "Jennie" E. McAllister on 9 Nov 1880 in Bapt. Church Coaticook, Stanstead Co., PQ. Geneva was born 2 on 12 Apr 1861 in Coaticook, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died 3 on 3 Feb 1945 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Daughter of Robert Campbell McAllister and Charlotte Goldsmith.
- Robert McAllister was born about 1804 in Ireland. He married Charlotte Goldsmith 17 June 1841 at Andover, Essex Co., MA. Charlotte Goldsmith was born 21 May 1816 at Andover, Essex Co., MA., daughter of John and Hannah Goldsmith.
- On the Twenty Seventh of February Eightenn Hundred and Six Robert Campbell McAllister was born in County Antrim Ireland. And Died the Twenty Sixth day of June in the Year of Our Lord Eighteen Hundred and Eighty and was Buried on the Twenty Eighth day of the foregoing month and year in the Gould Cemetery Barnston. In the presence of the subscribing witnesses, Charlotte McAllister, ... (Drouin, Methodist Church, Barnton)

2. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, district 141, sub-district 2, p. 39, age 10, "Geneva E." with parents; Robert (65) and Charlotte (55), siblings; Emma (19) and Mary E. (15)

3. 1881, Dec 2, Charlotte McAllister died at W. D. Sutton's home in Barnston. (Stanstead Journal Ext 1876-90, p. 73)

4. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Coaticook, district 190, sub-district 14, p. 54, age 30, fa. b. Ireland, mo. b. E. M., religion; Baptist, with husband Burton Morgan, Mabel and her daughter Marga

5. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Coaticook, District 195, sub dist D, div 3, p. 9, age 39. With her daughter Marjorie at the home of William B. Morgan. There is also a dau. Doris M. Morgan, (b. 1 Mar 1898), age 1, with them.

6. 1908; witness at the marriage of Marjory Sutton and Roy Summers, Coaticook.

7. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Coaticook, District 200, sub district 8-3, p. 11, Water St., age 50. (b. Apr 1861). Spouse of William B. Morgan. There is a dau. Doris age 13 with them.

8. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., District 206, Coaticook, Sub-District 14, 6 June 1921, p. 2, owns, age 57, POB: Que., Nat; Canada, Eth; Irish, Rel; Baptist, with husband William (72)

9. 1940: Mrs. Marjory Summers, Mrs. Freeman Sutton, Miss June Summers, Mrs. Kyffin and children of Moe's River, and Mrs. Jennie Morgan have returned from camping at the Sutton cottage Bacon's Bay. (The Coaticook Observer, Aug. 30, 19140, p. 1)

10. MORGAN. — Passed away at the home of her daughter at Barnston, Que., on February 2nd, 1945, Mrs. Jennie McCallister, widow of the late W. B. Morgan, in her 84th year. Service at 2:30 at Barnston Baptist Church on Monday, February 5th. Please omit flowers. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Feb. 3, 1945)

11. Barnston
- Friends of Mrs. Jennie Morgan regret to hear of her death on Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Freeman Sutton. The sympathy of the community is extended to the family. (Coaticook Observer, Feb. 9, 1945)

12. Obit: Mrs. Jennie Morgan, who had been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Freeman Sutton, at Barnston, died February third. Sympathy is extended to the family. (Stanstead Journal, Feb. 15, 1945)

13. MRS. W. BURTON MORGAN, OF BARNSTON.
Barnston, Feb. 28.—The community was saddened on February 2, to learn of the death of Mrs. Geneva H. (Jennie) Morgan, wife of the late W. Burton Morgan, which occurred at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sutton. Mrs. Morgan, who was the youngest daughter of the late Robert and Charlotte Goldsmith McAllister, was born in Barnston, on April 12, 1861. Five sisters and one brother passed away several years ago: Lydia, Mrs. Charles Poole; Agnes, Mrs. George Blamy; Charlotte, Mrs. James Straw; Emma, Mrs. Lewis Pond; Elia, Mrs. Walter Morgan, and George McAllister. In 1830 she was married to W. D. Sutton, who died in 1885. Of this union one daughter, Marjorie, Mrs. Roy Summers, was born. On January 30th, 1889, she was united in marriage at Barnston Baptist Church, to W. Burton Morgan. A daughter, Doris, Mrs. Freeman Sutton, was born of this marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan spent nearly all their married life in Coaticook. Following Mr. morgan's death in 1935, Mrs. Morgan remained at their home on Baldwin Street, attending to her interests and duties in her apartment there. She was a faithful member of the Coaticook Baptist Church and for many years sang in the choir. During the past three months, on account of failing health, she had made her home in Barnston with her daughter, where she was tenderly cared for. She will always be greatly missed by many who always found her to be a ready friend at all times. Besides the two daughters' left to mourn her loss, she leaves five grandchildren, Messrs. Winford Summers, of Powassan, Ont.; and Cedric Summers, of North Bay, Ont; Mrs. R. Barranger and Mrs. Del Villano, of Timmons, Ont.; and Mrs. J. Maxfield, of Port Arthur, Ont.; eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A niece, Mrs. Effie Tutle, of Norwood, Mass., was able to spend the past Christmas season with her aunt. The funeral service was held on Monday, February 5th, at the Barnston Baptist Church was Rev. Lorne Smith officiating. Following a brief message of comfort, Rev. Mr. Smith sang “I Walk With God.’’ The bearers were Messrs. J. Croteau, Frank Hansford, Paul Brunet and Fred Rowe. Interment was in Mount Forest Cemetery. Relatives from out-of-town to attend the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. W. Wallace, of Coaticook; Mrs. Herman Call, of Dixville; Mr. George Poole and Mrs. C. Curtis, of Hatley; and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burton of Waterville; besides friends from Coaticook, Kingscroft, Way’s Mills and Hatley. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Feb. 28, 1945, p. 10)


Note:
1. Morgan, William B., Cemetery transcription(Mount Forest); b. 1848, d. 1935, s/w & husband of Lizzie Sanders & Jennie McAllister.

They had the following children:

+ 130 F i Marjorie Mabel Sutton

49. Luman "Everett" Sutton (Luman Gilson , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 12 Oct 1865 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 2 on 28 Jun 1908 in N. Hatley, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1881 Census Quebec, Stanstead, Barnston NAC C-13199 Dist 56 SubDist F Div 1 Page 56 Family 267, age 15

2. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 12, p. 21, age 25, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, at home with his mother

3. Baptism: November 16, 1884, 19 yrs. by REV. Sumner A. Ives [Drouin]

4. Province of Quebec, District of Saint Francis, No. 77, Superior Court
Henry Lovell of Coaticook, trader, Plaintiff;
vs
Lorena A. Merriman, widow Luman G. Sutton, Myra Olive Sutton spinster and Luman Everett Sutton all of Barnston, traders and copartners under firm name of Sutton & Sutton, Defendants.
Notice is hereby given that the above defendants have made in the office of the prothonotary of this Court, on the twenty fourth day of November instant, judicial abandonment of their property for the benefit of their creditors.
W. L. Shurtliff,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Coaticook, 26th November, 1888, 4038

Province of Quebec, District of Saint Francis, No. 77, Superior Court
The twenty sixth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty eight.
Before Hon. Mr. Justice BROOKS.
Henry Lovell, of the town of Coaticook, in the district of Saint Francis, trader. Plaintiff ;
vs .
Dame Lorena A. Merriman, of the township of Barnston, in the said district, widow of the late
Luman G. Sutton, in his lifetime, of the same place, farmer, now deceased, Myra Olive Sutton,
Spinster of full age to contract, and Luman Everett Sutton, trader, both of said Barnston, all
three copartners and traders, and as such doing business together in partnership at the said town of Barnston, under the firm name of Sutton & Sutton, Defendants.

The defendants having, on the twenty fourth day of November instant, made an abandonment of their property for the benefit of their creditors, the creditors of defendants are ordered to appear at the Court House, in the city of Sherbrooke, on the fourteenth day of December next, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, to give their advice respecting the appointment of a curator, and upon all matters that may be legally submitted. The notice of the time and place of meeting to be inserted one week in the Queltec Official Gazette, the Coaticook Observer and Le Pionnier, one week previous thereto, and the creditors whose names appear in the schedule of creditors to be specially notified of the time and place of meeting.
E. T. Brooks, J.S.C.
(Quebec Official Gazette, Dec. 1, 1888, No. 48, Vol. XX, p. 2155-56)

5. NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY.
In the matter of Sutton & Sutton, Barnston.
Sale by auction, MONDAY, 8th APRIL, 1889.
The undersigned, by order of Mr. Justice Brooks, dated 28th February, 1889, will sell by auction, at the registry office, Coaticook, the following immoveable property belonging to the aforesaid matter:
1. Part of lots numbers sixteen and seventeen, in the fourth range of the lots in the township of Barnston, described as follows, to wit: Commencing at the north side of the road running easterly and westerly across Barnston-Corner, to a point seventy feet east of the north east corner of the first lot or piece, part of said lot number sixteen, in the fourth range of Barnston aforesaid, owned and occupied by the corporation of the township of Barnston, as site for and upon which the town house is situated, and extending easterly along the south side of the highway going east and west across Barnston-Comer aforesaid, on a distance of about eighteen perches and a half, more or less; less seventy feet to the highway running north and south across Barnston-Corner aforesaid, on the said lot number seventeen; therefrom Southerly along the west side of the highway lastly mentioned, on a distance of seven perches and a half to the land owned by Sullivan Green or his représentatives; therefrom westerly along the north side of the said land lastly mentioned on a distance of about eight perches and a half, more or less; less seventv feet to within seventy feet from the south east corner of the said lot of the town house; therefrom to the north parallelly to the east line of the said first lot of the town house to the starting point, with such rights in a spring and in an aqueduct erected on the said lot number seventeen such as they were owned by Converse, Putney & Co.,--with all the buildings erected and improvements made on the said piece of land, circumstances and dependencies, save and except from the said piece of land now described, a tract of land now described as follows, to wit: commencing at the northeast corner of the said piece, therefrom following the east line of the said lot twelve feet northernly, therefrom westerly parallelly to the south line of the said piece four perches and eighty feet and one fourth to a point; therefrom south westerly to a point in the said south line of the said piece, five perches and three feet and three fourths to the west of said south east comer of the said piece; therefrom easterly along the said south line of the said piece, five perches and three feet and three fourths to the starting place.

2. The undivided one hundred and thirty ninths and one hundred and sixtieths of the south east fourth of lot number twelve, in the second range of the said township of Barnston, supposed to contain fifty acres, more or less, and the allowances for highways and improvements.
Condition of the sale: Cash.
Sale at TWO o'clock P. M.
A. McKAY,
J. .J. GRIFFITH,
Joint curator.
John J. Griffith
Auctioneer. 1214
(Quebec Official Gazette, No. 12, Vol. XXI, Mar. 23, 1889, p. 737)

6. Found in the 1901 Canadian census, Coaticook, District 195, sub district d-1, p.5, age 35.

7. Last Will, 6 March 1906, by L. Everett Sutton, entry #11925 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1890-1911))

8. Sale, 16 June 1906, by L. Everett Sutton, to Lionel Patenaude, entry #12052 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1890-1911))
[Sold Lot 12c 11th range, town of Barford, about 47 acres, sugar pan and heater]


Notes;
1. Luman Evert had a twin that died at approx. 5 years old.
2. From diary of Lora Hill/Sutton, Coaticook June 28, 1908.
After three years illness, Luman Everett Sutton quietly passed away on Sunday morn. at eight o'clock. Funeral Mon. half past three at the house. At his request the following hymns were sang. "The Lord is my Shepard and Through the Valley of the Shadows". (signed) Lora Sutton RFK
3. May 1, 1903 They moved to their own farm at Barford Hill. ref: Lora Hill note.

Luman married 1 Lora Myrtie Hill on 18 Jan 1902 in Barford, Stanstead Co., PQ.. Lora was born 2 on 12 Sep 1874 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died 3 on 16 Oct 1963 in N. Hatley, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Daughter of Philander Aaron Hill and Lilla Houston.
Philander Aaron Hill was a son of Aaron Hill & Caroline M. Goodspeed. He was born 18 Mar 1842; m. 1st wife - Mary A. (Hicks) on 17 Mar., 1866. Philander died 1 May 1930 age 88 yrs. (death recorded at Baptist Church, Hatley, Que.)

MR. P. A. HILL, MOE’S RIVER, QUE.
MOE’S RIVER, Que., May 12. -- On May 1st there entered into rest an aged resident of the Eastern Townships, Mr. P. A. Hill, of Moe’s River. Mr. Hill was born in Barford in 1842, and, for the most part of his active life, resided there. After a brief residence in Coaticook, following his marriage, he purchased the “Hanks'’ farm in Barford, where he resided until his retirement with Mrs. Hill to Moe’s River some eight years ago. As a farmer, he was ever industrious and painstaking. His home was ever a place of generous hospitality. For many years he was a loyal supporter of the Baptist Church in in Moe s River. Upon the decease of Mrs. Hill, he thereafter resided with his daughter. Mrs. A. H. Draper, of the same place. He knew what sorrow and loneliness meant for he had to lament the burial of his wife, son and youngest daughter. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. C. P. England, pastor in the Moe’s River Baptist Church, the theme of the address being taken from Job 5:26. During the service, several beautiful duets were contributed. The remains were laid beside those of Mrs. Hill in the Moe’s River Cemetery. Besides the members of his family and near relatives there were also present at the funeral service many of his long-standing neighbors and friends. “He came to his grave in a full age”. “There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God”. (May 1930)

MRS. P. A. HILL, MOE’S RIVER
MOE’S RIVER, Sept., 7. — The community of Moe’s River was deeply affected upon learning of the sudden passing of Mrs. P. A. Hill. Mrs. Hill (nee Lilia Houston) was born in Plymouth, N. H., on August 2nd, 1850, and was married on her brithday, August 2nd, 1870, to Mr. P. A. Hill, of Coaticook. They spent several years of their early married life in Coaticook. Later they settled on a farm in Barford, where they lived for fortysix years. Over six years ago they took up residence in Moe’s River, where Mrs. Hill, though over 70 years of age, took an active and intelligent interest in the social and religious welfare of the comminity. For many years she had been a devoted member of the Baptist Church. The funeral service was held in the Baptist Churh at Moe’s River and conducted by Rev. Mr. Beach, of Dixville, who spoke comforting words to the bereaved. Two hymns much loved by the departed, "Face to Face” and “O City of Beauty”, were feelingly sung by Mrs. Lundeborg and Mrs. JemmelI. Mrs. K. Richardson presided at the organ. Beautiful floral tributes were laid upon the casket. The interment was in the village cemetery. The bearers were Mr. W. Young, A. Moulton, J. Sanders and C. Parsons. One daughter, Addie Maude and an only son, Marshall, predeceased Mrs. Hill. She leaves to mourn her sudden passing her aged husband, and three daughters, Mrs. J. H. Hunter, of Sherbrooke, Mrs. A. Draper, of Moe’s River, and Mrs. Geo. Wallace, of Derby, Vt., and grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends. Amongst the many who came to the funeral service were Mr. and Mrs. M. Kennison, of Irasburgh, Vt., and Mrs. F. Kennison of Newport, Vt. (Sept. 1928)

2. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barford, Film C-13199 Dist 56 SubDist F Div 1 Page 15 Family 72, age 6

3. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barford, district 190, sub-district 18, p. 14, age 16, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. U.S, religion; Baptist,

4. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Dist 195, Coaticook, SubDist d-3, Film T-6546, p. 4, age 25, with her sister's family, Dora Hunter.

5. Last Will, 6 March 1906, of Lora Myrtie Hill wife of L. Everett Sutton, entry #11926 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1890-1911))

6. Declaration, 3 July 1908, Lora Myrtie Sutton, entry #12851 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1890-1911))
[declaration under Article 2098 CC]

7. 1909; Lora M. Sutton signed as witness in the death record of , Arnold Merriman Brown, Hatley.

8. Marriages
Draper - Hill-Sutton -- On Dec. 27, 1915, at the residence of Inspector J. H. Hunter, Coaticook, Mrs. Lora Hill-Sutton to Mr. Arthur H. Draper, all of Moe's River. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Jan. 8, 1916, p. 7)

9. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Quebec, Compton Co., District 162, Sub-District 8, Compton, Moes River, p. 6, owns, age 46, POB: Que., Eth; Eng, Rel; Baptist, with husband Arthur H. (44) and dau Adeline (9) and niece Hilda Sutton(18)

10. Among those to attend the funeral of the late Mrs. Susan Groom whose funeral took place at Martinville on Wednesday were Mr. Batchelder, Miss Eva Groom, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Draper, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Young, Mrs. Foot, Mr. Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gemmell. (Sherbrooke Telegram, June 23 1923)

11. 1930; Mrs. A. H. Draper signed as witness at the death of Philander Aaron Hill, Hatley, PQ.

12. MOE'S RIVER
Mrs. A. H. Draper has returned home from Knowlton, where she has been caring for her daughter, Mrs. Frank Kyffin and infant daughter. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, June 13, 1932)


13. Found on the Canadian voters Lists: Quebec, 1940, Electoral District of Compton, Rural Polling Division No. 26, Moe's River, Vol. 18547, p. 1;
78 Draper, Arthur, farmer, Compton, R. 1
79 Draper, Mrs. Arthur, Compton, R. 1

14. Found on the Canadian voters Lists: Quebec, 1953, Electoral District of Stanstead, Rural Polling Division No. 29, Reed's Crossing, Vol. 32909, p. 1;
97 Draper, Mrs. Laura, widow, North Hatley, Que.

15. Obit: DRAPER Lora Sutton - At the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Kyffin, North Hatley, on Wednesday, October 16th, 1963, in her 90th year, widow ot the late Arthur Draper and Everett Sutton, and dear mother of Hilda (Mrs. F. Kyffin) and step mother Addie (Mrs. Howard Luce). Resting at the Lucien Gharren Funeral Parlor, Coaticook, Que., where funeral service will be held on Friday. October 18th at 2 p.m. Interment in Dixville. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Oct. 17, 1963, p. 9)

16. MRS. LORA DRAPER, OF NORTH HATLEY
NORTH HATLEY -- On Oct. 16, 1963, following an illness of several months, Mrs. Lora Draper died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. Kyffin, with whom she has resided for the past 18 years. Mrs. Draper was in her 90th year. The funeral service was held at the Riendeau Funeral Parlors, Coaticook. Interment was at Dixville. The bearers were Frank Kyffin, Barry Mahar, Adelbert Luce and Robert Kyffin. Lora Myrtle Hill, second daughter of the late Philander and Lilia (Houston) Hill, was born on Sept. 12, 1874, at Coaticook, spending her early life there. On Jan. 18, 1902, she was married to L. Everett Sutton, of Coaticook, who predeceased her June 28, 1908. On Dec. 24, 1916, she was married to Arthur Draper, of Moe's River, who died Jan. 18, 1943. Mrs. Draper was a member of the Coaticook and Moe's River Baptist Churches. Besides her daughter and step - daughter, she leaves her grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Wallace, of Glover, Vt.; also several other relatives. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Nov. 23, 1963, p. 12)


Notes;
1. Feb 22, 1909, Lora sold Land and cottage at lake Lister to Myra for $90.00. Myra built the cottage.
2. Died October 16, 1963 at the home of Mrs Hilda Kyffin, North Hatley, PQ. Buried beside Luman Everett Sutton.

They had the following children:

+ 131 F i Hilda Lorena Sutton

51. Fred "Freddie" John Grisim (Sarah Hazeltine Sutton , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 10 Jul 1865 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 2 on 14 Jun 1939 in Arlington, Middlesex Co., MA.

1. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, district 141, sub-district E-2, Film 2229052, p. 11, line 1, dwelling 41, household 42, "Fredie Grisson", age 5, Irish, Baptist

2. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, Film C-13199, Dist 56, SubDist F, Div 2, p. 14 Family 72, age 15 (Listed as Frederick J. Galsine)

3. 1890; sign as witness on his mother's death record at Barnston, PQ..

4. 1892; signed as witness on Fritz W. Grisim's death record, Coaticook, PQ.

5. Found in the 1895 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clerk, h. Pearl (p. 271)

6. Found in the 1896 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clerk, h. 8 Otis (p. 290)

7. Found in the 1900 U.S. Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Medford 1-WD, sheet# 4, 206 Spring St., age 33, DOB: July 1866, POB: Canada Eng, marr; 3 yrs, with wife Ella (29) June 1870

8. Found in the 1901 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clerk, 72 Pearl, h. at Medford (p. 275)
9. Found in the 1903 Somerville, MA. city directory; Wigglesworth St. Grisim, Fred J.
10. Found in the 1904 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clk 257 Pearl h 15 (p. 306)
11. Found in the 1905 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clk 257 Pearl bds 227 do (p. 201)
12. Found in the 1906 Massachusetts, Somerville, street directory; 57 1/2 Marshall St. Grisim, Fred J.
13. Found in the 1907 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clerk 261 Pearl h 57 1/2 Marshall (p. 237)

14. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville, ward 4, sheet# 4, Marshall St., age 43

15. Found in the 1912 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. clerk, 362 Medford, h. 57 1/2 Marshall (p. 429)
16. Found in the 1914 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. (Wood & Grisim) 339 Medford h 7 Walter ter (p. 489)

17. 1916: Of Winterhill, MA., attended the wedding of Flora S. Wheeler and Joseph W. Keith at Nashua, NH.

18. Hatley
... Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Byers, of North Stanstead, who were recently in a motor collision near Cassville, are the parents of Mr. R. D. Byers, jr., who for the past year has been in the employ of H. P. Hood & Sons in this place. Mrs. Grisim, of Somerville, Mass., who was injured in the motor accident which followed shortly afterwards, is the wife of Mr. Fred Grisim, formerly of North Barnston, a son of the late John Grisim, who was a lifelong resident of that part of the township, where he owned and occupied property near the California schoolhouse, afterwards purchased by the late Mrs. Matilda Haines and now belonging to her daughter, Mrs. Louisa Sutton. The school building to which reference is made and which bears a somewhat "far-fetched appellation, is an old landmark and received its name from the fact that it was erected by the late Philander Sutton, of Barnston, a son of the late Joshua Sutton, one of the early pioneers of Stanstead county, upon his return from a stay of several years in the Golden State. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 31, 1917, p. 2)

19. Became a Naturalized citizen Oct. 1, 1919, cert.# 1258713 (Massachusetts Naturalization Index, 1906-1966)

20. Found in the 1918 Somerville, MA. city directory; Grisim, Fred J. (Ella S) real estate, h 89 Rogers Av (p. 494)

21. Petition for Naturalization, Cert. of Naturalization # 1258713, at Boston, MA., 1 Oct. 1919
Fred John Grisim
Present place of residence: 89 Rogers Av., West Somerville, Mass.
POB: Barnston, Stanstead, Canada, 10 July 1865.
I immigrated from Coaticook, Canada, 25 Oct. 1892 and arrived at the port of Newport, Vermont, 25 Oct. 1892 by USA rail. I declared my intention to become a citizen of the United States on the 18th January 1917 at Boston, MA. I am married, my wife's name is Ella, she was born 16 June 1871 at Canada and resides with me. I have one child; Gratia, April 27, 1902, born and lives Somerville, Mass. Renounces allegiance to George, King of Great Britain and Ireland of who he is subject of. He states he has resided in the United States since 25 Oct. 1892

22. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville, ed 446, sheet# 7, Rogers Ave., age 54, owns home.

23. Found in the 1923 Boston city directory; Grisim, Fred J mgr 2961 Wash Rox h at W Somv, p. 570
24. Found in the 1925 Massachusetts, Arlington City Directory; Grisim, Fred J. (Ella) h 91 Harlow, p. 151
25. Found in the 1927 Boston city directory; Grisim, Fred J clerk Hotel Somerset res at Arlington, p. 1244
26. Found in the 1929 Boston city directory; Grisim, Fred J clerk Hotel Somerset res at Arlington, p. 1246

27. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Arlington, ed 173, p. 13B, Sarnuni St., rents, age 64

28. Found in the 1933 Massachusetts, Arlington City Directory; Grisim, Fred J. clerk 18 Chandler (1913-M), p. 233
29. Found in the 1935 Boston city directory; Grisim, Fred J asst steward 695 Atlantic av r at Arl, p. 900

30. Mr. Fred Grisim, of the White Mountains, N.H., was in town on Sunday, May 30th, visiting Mrs. J. S. Webster. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, June 7, 1937)

31. Obit: In Arlington, June 14, Fred J. Grisim of 788 Mass. av. Funeral services at the funeral home of David Fudge & Son, 100 Highland av., Somerville, Friday at 2 p.m. (Daily Boston Globe, Jun. 15, 1939, p. 27)

32. Word has been received of the death of Mr. Fred Grisim, of Boston, Mass. Mr. Grisim spent his boyhood days in Barnston and will be remembered by many here in Hatley. (Sherbrooke Daily record, June 28, 1939)

Fred married 1 Sarah "Ella" Wheeler on 16 Sep 1896 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. Sarah was born 2 on 6 Jun 1870 in {Way's Mills}, Stanstead Co., PQ. She was christened 3 on 12 Nov 1871 in {Way's Mills}, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died 4 on 22 Feb 1931 in Arlington, Middlesex Co., MA.

1. Daughter of Norman Wheeler and Eller "Melissa" Jane Carney of Barnston, PQ. Norman was first married to Sarah Harford.
- Mr. Norman Wheeler, a fomer resident of this place, died at his home in West Derby on Thursday, March 16. Mr. Wheeler had spent nearly all his life in this place and vicinity and was a very highly respected citizen. He had been a great sufferer for many years, but bore his sufferings with great patience. He leaves a widow, seven children, two brothers, one sister, several grandchildren and nieces and nephews to mourn his loss. The funeral was held in the Union Church on Sunday, March 19, Rev. L. H. Fisher of Barnston, officiating. Beautiful flowers were in evidence and the church was tastefully draped and trimmed for the occasion, which testified to the love and esteem in which he was held. The bearers were; Messrs. H. Rudd, W. Brown, J. Hurd and A. H. Dyson. The mourners were; Mrs. Norman Wheeler (wife) Messrs. Amos Wheeler, Charles Wheeler and Norman Wheeler's sons; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonald, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Orange Wheeler and Mr. Sylvester Wheeler, brothers; Mr. C. McGivern, and Miss G. McGivern, grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Remlick, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Wheeler, Mr. Henry Wheeler, Miss Grace Wheeler and Mr. E. Perry, nieces and nephews; Mr. and Mrs. S. Hill. The interment took place in the Barnston cemetery. One son, Mr. Homer Wheeler, of Jefferson, N.H., and one daughter, Mrs. F. Grism, of Boston, Mass., were unable to attend the funeral. (Stanstead Journal, Apr. 6, 1911)

- Mrs. Melissa Wheeler, of Newport, died at her home Saturday, Mrs. Wheeler has been ill since last September, and was cared for by her daughters, Mrs. Cramer, who lived near her and Mrs. F. Grism, of Boston. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, June 11, 1925, p. 2)

- Barnston
... The interment took place in Barnston Heights Cemetery on Tuesday of Mrs. Norman Wheeler, a former resident of this place, whose death occurred at the home of her son, Mr, Norman Wheeler, Newport, Vt., on Saturday, June 6. She was buried beside her late husband, who predeceased her several years ago. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, June 12, 1925, p. 2)

2. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, Dist 141, SubDist F, Div 1, Page 2+3, age 10/12, at home with her family; Norman, 53, and Malissa (18) siblings; Sylvester (17),Charles (15), Homer (12), Amos (9), Jennie, (6) and Gertrude, (3)

3. 1871: Sarah was baptised at Coaticook Methodist Church 12 Nov 1871. (Drouin)

4. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, Dist 56, SubDist F, Div 1, Page 16, age 10, at home with her family; Norman, 53, Lucy, 28, Jane, 17, Gertrude, 14, Laurie, 3.

5. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 14, age 20, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Methodist, "Ella Sarah" at home with parents Norman and Melissa

6. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Medford, ward 1, sheet# 4, 206 Spring St., age 29, DOB: June 1870, POB: Canada Eng., marr: 3 yrs., 0 of 0 children

7. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville, ward 4, sheet# 4, Marshall St., age 38, 1 of 1 children

8. Hatley
... Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Byers, of North Stanstead, who were recently in a motor collision near Cassville, are the parents of Mr. R. D. Byers, jr., who for the past year has been in the employ of H. P. Hood & Sons in this place. Mrs. Grisim, of Somerville, Mass., who Was injured in the motor accident which followed shortly afterwards, is the wife of Mr. Fred Grisim, formerly of North Barnston, a son of the late John Grisim, who was a lifelong resident of that part of the township, where he owned and occupied the property near the California schoolhouse, afterwards purchased by the late Mrs. Matilda Haines, and now belonging to her daughter, Mrs. Louisa Sutton. The school building to which reference is made, and which bears a somewhat
“far-fetched” appellation, is an old landmark and received its name from the fact that it was erected by the late Philander Sutton, of Barnston, a son of the late Joshua Sutton, one of
the early pioneers of Stanstead county, upon his return from a stay of several years in the Golden State. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 31, 1917, p. 2)

9. Was naturalized citizen about 1918/19

10. Found in the 1918 Massachusetts, Somerville, City Directory; Grisim, Fred J. (Ella S) real estate, h 89 Rogers Av (p. 494)

11. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville, ed 446, sheet# 7, Rogers Ave., age 45, owns home.

12. Found in the 1925 Massachusetts, Arlington City Directory; Grisim, Fred J. (Ella) h 91 Harlow, p. 151

13. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Arlington, ed 173, p. 13B, Sarnuni St., rents, age 55

14. Obit: (partial) Ella wife of Fred Grisim Funeral services will be held at the Trinity Baptist Church Mass av Tuesday at 2 ... (Daily Boston Globe, Feb 22, 1931)

15. WAY'S MILLS
Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Fred Grism at her home in Arlington, Mass. Mrs. Grism formerly was Ella Wheeler, daughter of the late Norman Wheeler, and was a Way’s Mills girl. Sympathy is extended to her husband, who is a Hatley boy, and to her only child, Miss Gracia Grism. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, March 6, 1931, p. 2)

They had the following children:

  132 F i Infant daughter Grisim was born 1 on 2 Mar 1901 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA. She died 2 on 2 Mar 1901 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA.

1. Stillborn
  133 F ii Gratia Manola Grisim was born 1 on 27 Apr 1902 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA. She died 2, 3 on 29 Aug 1996 in Dedham, Norfolk Co., MA.

1. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Sommerville, ward 4, sheet# 4, Marshall St., age 7, at home with her parents

2. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Sommerville, ed 446, sheet# 7, Rogers Ave. age 17

3. Newport Locals
Miss Gracia Grisholm of Boston is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Melissa Wheeler and her aunt, Mrs. E. R. Cramer.
(Caledonian Record, July 22, 1920, p. 5)

4. Newport Locals
Mrs. Melissa Wheeler is visiting relatives at her old home in Barnston, P.Q.
Miss Gracia Grisholm who has been spending several weeks with Mrs. E. R. Cramer and Mrs. Melissa Wheeler, has returned to her home in Somerville, Mass. (Caledonian Record, Aug. 31, 1920, p. 5)

5. 1932; at the time of their marriage; he was 23, a carpenter and living at Somerville, MA., and she was 30 living at Arlington, MA. His POB: Somerville, MA., her POB: Somerville, MA. First marriage for each.

6. Found in the 1933 Arlington, MA city directory; Grisim, Gratia, clk 18 Chandler, [with father], p. 233

7. Found in the 1935 Arlington, MA. city directory; Smith, Lawrence O (Gratia M) res 18 Chandler 3493J (p. 461)

8. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Arlington (4 Apr '40) ED 9-16, sheet 3B, 30 Marathon St., age 36, POB: Mass., Div, ed H-4, lodger at the home of Sarah J. Marker (42) (wd)
Residence 1935: Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA.

9. Found in the 1945 Boston, MA. city directory; Smith, Gratia service rep NET&T Co r Arlington (p. 1610)

10. Found in the 1953 Boston, MA. city directory; Williams, Gratia Mrs service rep NET&T Co r Norwood (p. 2620)

11. Found in the 1961 Boston, MA. city directory; Williams, Gratia Mrs serv rep NET&T Co r 9 Earle (Norwood) (p. 2811)

12. Found in the 1965 Boston, MA. city directory; Williams, Gratia Mrs serv rep NET&T Co r 9 Earle (Norwood) (p. 1855)

13. Obit:
Gratia S. (Grisim) Williams of Norwood, a former New England Telephone Co. worker, died Thursday at Eastwood Care Center in Dedham. She was 94. Born in Somerville, [MA] Mrs. Williams was a graduate of Somerville High School and a longtime Norwood resident. Mrs. Williams worked for New England Telephone Co. (now Nynex) for many years, retiring in 1966. She was a member of the American Association of Retired Persons and the Telephone Pioneers of America. Wife of the late Roger F., Mrs. Williams is survived by two cousins, Roberta Terrill of Concord, N.H., and Reginald Cramer of Fairlee, Vt. A graveside service will be held today at 10:30 a.m. at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Arlington. Arrangements are by May Funeral Home, Norwood. (Boston Herald, 5 Sept, 1996)
        Gratia married 1 (1) Lawrence Oliver Smith on 11 Nov 1932 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. The marriage ended in divorce.Lawrence was born on 23 May 1910 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA. He died 2 on 18 Jul 1980 in Framingham, Middlesex Co., MA.

1. Son of Martin Watson Smith and Cordelia Roberta Yuill. They are from Nova Scotia and immigrated; him 1899, her in 1885, and they were naturalized in 1917.

2. Found in the 1920 US Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville, wd-6, sheet 11B, 10 Mondamir St., age 9, with parents Martin (43) rents home and Cordelia (43) and siblings Gladys (14) Harold (12) Ellsworth (6) Robert (4 2/12) Arthur (2 5/12)

3. Found in the 1930 US Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville, sheet 9A, 175 Beacon St., age 20, with parents Martin W. (54) and Cordelia R. (53) and siblings Gladys E. (25) Ellsworth (16) Robert M. (14) Arthur W. (12) Shirley R. (9) and Paul R. (3)

4. 1932; at the time of their marriage; he was 23, a carpenter and living at Somerville, MA., and she was 30 living at Arlington, MA. His POB: Somerville, MA., her POB: Somerville, MA. First marriage for each.


Notes:
Lawrence O Smith
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 18 Jul 1980
Event Place: Framingham, Massachusetts
Certificate Number: 038364
Birth Date: 23 May 1910
Birthplace: Massachusetts
        Gratia married (2) Roger Francis Williams after 1946. Roger was born 1 on 4 Feb 1904 in Norwood, Norfolk Co., MA. He died 2 on 13 Nov 1974 in Norwood, Norfolk Co., MA.

1. Son of Frank Williams and Christine M. Johnson.

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Norwood, District 1133, sheet 20 A, [23] Cedar St., age 6, at home with his parents

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Norwood, District 218, sheet 2 B, Cedar St., age 16, at home with his parents

4. Found in the 1928 Norwood, MA. city directory; Williams Rogan R res 19 Cedar (p. 186)

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Norwood, District 77, sheet 10 B, Cedar St., age 25, at home with his parents

6. Found in the 1931 Norwood, MA. city directory; Williams, Roger F bookbinder, res 19 Cedar (p. 214)

7. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Massachusetts, Norfolk Co., Norwood, (30 Apr '40) ED 11-167, sheet 9A, 23 Cedar, age 30, ed; 6, POB: Mass., with father Frank (75) owns $2,500

53. Sarah May Sutton (George Willie , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 7 Apr 1859 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died 2, 3 on 16 Jan 1934 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1861 Quebec Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, Film 517428, sheet 57, line 6, age 2, Rel; C Baptist, with parents, George (27) and Rozetta (23) and sister Rozetta (1), framed house

2. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census of Quebec, Stanstead Co. Barnston, Dis 141, sub district E, Div 2, p. 40, age 12, with parents; George (37) and Rosa (34) and siblings Laura M. (10) Dean E. (18) George A. (4) and infant (3/12) [Philinda]

3. Found in the 1881 Quebec Census Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 56, sub district F, p. 14, family 76, age 22

4. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 43, age 32, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, with husband; Henry and children; George W., Hosea Edson, Henry Colvin, Annie M.

5. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 7, Film T-6546, age 41

6. Mrs. George Sutton and Mrs. Henry Morrison of Barnston, P.Q. are guests of the former's son, Dean E. Sutton, 28 Garnet street. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Weds. 14 Jun. 1905)

7. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 4, age 52

8. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 206, Barnston, Sub-District 2, 14 June 1921, p. 5, age 62, POB: Que., Nat; Canada, Eth; English, Rel; Baptist, rents, with husband Henry (74)

9. 1922; signed as witness at her husband's death, Hatley, PQ.

10. Barnston
Another of our old residents, Mrs. Sarah Morrison, was removed by death on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Mrs. Morrison was a lifelong resident of Barnston, and was in her seventy-fifth year. The funeral was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Wallace of Coaticook. (Stanstead Journal, Jan. 25, 1934)

11. MRS. SARAH MORRISON, BARNSTON
Barnston, January 30. — The funeral took place here on Thursday afternoon, January 19th, of Mrs. Sarah Morrison, who passed away Tuesday, January 16th, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Sutton. The service was conducted by Rev. Harris Wallace and the bearers were: Henry Roy, Morton Walker, Freeman Sutton and J. F. Webster. Two hymns were sung by the choir, “Face to Face” and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus.” Interment took place in the Gould Cemetery, Barnston. The deceased was one of the oldest residents of Barnston, having been born here nearly seventy-five years ago. She was a daughter of the late George and Rosie Hanson Sutton, also of this place. She is survived by one daugher Mrs. Annie Sutton; one son, Henry; one sister, Mrs J. F. Webster, of Hatley and three brothers, Dean and Charles Sutton, Pittsburg, [Fitchburg] Mass., and Bert Sutton, of Montpelier, Vt. Her husband, Henry Morrison, predeceased her several years ago, also two sons and a son-in-law, Mr. Frank Sutton. Those from a distance who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Webster, of Hatley, and Mr. Douglas Martin, of Brown's Hill. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Jan. 30, 1934, p. 4)

12. BARNSTON
The death of an aged lady, Mrs. S. Morrison, took place Tuesday, Jan 23rd, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Sutton. Sympathy is extended to the family. (Sherbrooke Telegram, Feb. 1, 1934)

Sarah married 1, 2 Henry Morrison on 29 Oct 1878 in Baptist Church, Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. Henry was born 3 on 18 Mar 1848 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 4, 5 on 9 Feb 1922 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1861 Quebec Census Stanstead Co., Barnston, Film 517428, sheet 55, line 42, age 14, single, Rel; Freewill Baptist

2. 1877: witness of marriage of his brother Chester and Sarah Sutton at Barnston, PQ. 27 Nov. 1877

3. 1878, Nov 25. Witness at death of his Sister in law Sarah E. Morrison.

4. 1878, Nov. 27, present as witness at the burial of Sarah Emma Morrison.

5. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 56, sub district F, p. 14, family 76, age 34

6. Conveyance, 31 March 1882, Henry Morrison to Chester A. Morrison, Hollis Morrison & Norman Morrison, entry #2408 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1876-1890))
[Henry sold his land and his share of ownership and liabilities of his father's estate to his three brothers, $1500. (which was 1/4 of 1/2, the other 1/2 belonging to mother Annie Morrison) A parcel of land south of the government road crossing the south half of lot 9, 3rd range of Barnston, except for five acres in the southeast corner, sold to Deborah Clifford. The land, about 67 acres, was bought by Henry Morrison from Lucius Kilborn, 1 Feb 1872, along with the land of his father, Weston Morrison, which was the balance of said lot 9, except for a piece of land at the north end owned by Joshua Sutton's estate. Also a piece of lot 8, about 20 acres, which was acquired by Weston Morrison from Charles S. Phillips.]

7. 1888: Found in "The Eastern Townships Business and Farmers Directory, 1888-89", p. 154; Barnston, PQ.,
Morrison Adi Barnston
Morrison Caleb Barnston
Morrison Frank Barnston
Morrison Henry Barnston
Morrison Norman Barnston
Morrison P Way's Mills
Morrison Wm Way's Mills

8. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 43, age 43, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, farmer, wife; Sarah and children; George W., Hosea Edson, Henry Colvin, Annie M.

9. 1892: Found in "The Eastern Townships Business and Farmers Directory, 1892, p. 320; Barnston, PQ.,
Morrison Adi, Barnston, Range 5, Lot 10
Morrison Caleb, Barnston, Range 3, Lot 10
Morrison Frank R., Barnston, Range 3, Lot 11
Morrison Henry, Barnston, Range 1, Lot 13
Morrison Norman, Barnston, Range 3, Lot 9
Morrison Preston, Barnston, Range 3, Lot 10
Morrison Wm A., Barnston, Range 5, Lot 8

10. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 7, Film T-6546, age 53

11. Found in the Lovell's Farmer's Register, Feb. 1909; Stanstead County; Morrison Henry, Barnston, Barnston Tp.. L 13, R 1, (p. 108)

12. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 4, age 64, Range 13, Lot 1R

13. Witness at daughter's marriage; Annie May Morrison and Frank James Sutton, at Hatley 19 Nov. 1915.

14. Barnston
Mr. Henry Morrison and family have moved to the Charles Sutton place. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Oct. 14, 1916, p. 2)

15. Hatley and District Notes
Two Serions Accidents—Mr. William Thwaites and Mr. Frank Sutton Serionsly Injured
Fell and Fractured Hip
While engaged in loading hay at the farm of his son-in-law, Mr. Frank Sutton, at North Bamston, Mr.Henry Morrison, of the same place, had the misfortune to fall from the load, striking heavily upon one hip. It was at once perceived that Mr. Morrison was badly injured, and a surgeon was hurriedly summoned, who found it impracticable, on account of the nature of the injury, to reduce the fracture. Mr. Morrison was afterwards removed to his home in the neighborhood of the old California schoolhouse. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 20, 1918, p. 8)

16. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., District 206, Barnston, Sub-District 2, 14 June 1921, p. 5, age 74, POB: Que., Nat; Canada, Eth; English, Rel; Baptist, Occp; retired, rents, with wife Sarah (62)

17. Obit: "Mr. Henry Morrison died Friday last at his home in the Sutton neighborhood at the age of seventy-two. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, a son, Henry and a daughter, Mrs. Frank Sutton. The funeral was held Monday at the late home of the deceased. (Stanstead Journal, Feb. 16, 1922)

18. Obit: HENRY MORRISON, NORTH BARNSTON
After several years of failing health, the death took place at his home in North Barnston of Mr. Henry Morrison, at the age of seventy-two years. Mr. Morrison was the eldest son of the late Weston Morrison, and had lived all his life within a few miles of his birthplace. Mr. Morrison is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Sarah Sutton, a daughter of the late Geo. Sutton, of North Barnston, one son, Henry, one daughter, Annie; Mrs. Frank Sutton, and one brother, Mr. Norman Morrison, all of Barnston. A son, Hosea, and two brothers, Messrs. Chester and Hollis Morrison predeceased him. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Feb. 28, 1922, p. 8)

They had the following children:

  134 M i George Weston Morrison was born 1 on 3 Dec 1879 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 2 on 24 Jun 1892 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 56, sub district F, p. 14, family 76, age 1

2. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 43, age 11, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, with parents; Henry and Sarah, siblings; Hosea Edson, Henry Colvin, Annie M.

3. (Death) In Barnston June 24, 1892, George, oldest son of Henry Morrison, aged 12 years. (Stanstead Journal)
  135 M ii Hosea Edson Morrison was born on 28 Oct 1883 in {Barnston}, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 1 on 18 Jul 1902 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 43, age 7, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, with parents; Henry and Sarah, siblings; George W., Henry Colvin, Annie M.

2. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 7, Film T-6546, age 17

3. BARNSTON - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison, of Sutton Ridge, have the deepest sympathy of their friends and neighbors in the loss of their eldest son, who was a young man of unassuming excellence of character. (Sherbrooke Examiner, July 28, 1902)
  136 M iii Henry Calvin Morrison was born 1 on 30 Dec 1886 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died on 8 Nov 1964 in Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, PQ.

1. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 43, age 4, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, with parents; Henry and Sarah, siblings; George W., Hosea Edson, Annie M.

2. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 7, Film T-6546, age 14

3. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 4, age 25, at his father's home.

4. Witness at sister's marriage; Annie May Morrison and Frank James Sutton, at Hatley 19 Nov. 1915.

5. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 206, Barnston, Sub-District 2, 10 June 1921, p. 4, age 34, POB: Que., Nat; Canada, Eth; English, Rel; Methodist, Occp; farm laborer, employee at sister's house; with Frank J. (38) and Annie (31)

6. 1922; mentioned in his father's death notice, Hatley, PQ.

7. Found in the Canadian voters list 1940, Quebec, District Electoral de Stanstead, Rural polling division No. 44, Kingscroft, Vol: 18979, p. 1;
123 Morrison, Henry, journalier, Barnston

8. BARNSTON
Henry Morrison is a patient in the Sherbrooke Hospital. (The Coaticook Observer, Mar. 7, 1941)

9. Found in the Canadian voters list 1957, Quebec, Electoral district Sherbrooke, City of Sherbrooke, Urban polling division No. 69, Vol: 35765, p. 2;
189 Morrison, Henry, retire

10. BARNSTON
Word has been received of the death of Henry Morrison, a former local resident. Mr. Morrison who has been in failing health for some time died at the Youville Hospital and interment also took place in Sherbrooke. (Sherbrooke Telegram Observer, Nov. 19, 1964)

11. Deaths
MORRISON, Henry Calvin --
Died at the Youville Hospital, Sherbrooke, on Sunday, November 8, 1964, Henry Calvin, son of Henry and Sarah Sutton Morrison, aged 78 years, brother ot Mrs. Bernard Williams. Burial in Sherbrooke. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Nov. 19, 1964, p. 7)
  137 F iv Annie May Morrison was born on 19 Nov 1889 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died on 2 Mar 1996 in Ayer's Cliff, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 43, age 1, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, with parents; Henry and Sarah, siblings; George W., Hosea Edson, Henry Colvin.

2. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 7, Film T-6546, age 11

3. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 4, age 20, at her father's home.

4. 1919, Feb, attended the funeral of Katie A. Sutton at Ayer's Clff, PQ.

5. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 206, Barnston, Sub-District 2, 10 June 1921, p. 4, age 31, POB: Que., Nat; Canada, Eth; English, Rel; Methodist, Occp; farmer, with husband Frank (38) and brother Henry Morrison Jr. (34)

6. 1922; signed as witness at her father's death, Hatley, PQ.

7. 1943: "Mrs. Bernard Williams visited her brother, Mr. Henry Morrison, who has for some time been a patient at the St. Vincent de Paul Hospital in Sherbrooke. (Coaticook Observer, Apr. 9, 1943, p. 2)

8. Found in the Canadian voters lists; 1949, Electoral district Stanstead, Coaticook, Polling district No. 16, Vol. 29014, p. 2;
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Bernard, gardener
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Bernard Mrs.

9. Found in the Canadian voters lists; 1953, Electoral district Stanstead, Coaticook, Polling district No. 19, Vol. 32887, p. 1;
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Bernard Georges, jardinier
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Mme Bernard Geo

10. "Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sutton and Mrs. Clayton Drew were calling on Mrs. Bernard Williams in Coaticook last week. Friends of Mr. Williams will be sorry to learn that he is in St. Mary Veterans' Hospital, Montreal. (Stanstead Journal, June 4, 1964, p. 3)
        Annie married 1 (1) Frank James Sutton son of James Joshua Sutton and Caroline "Carrie" Abba Morrison on 19 Nov 1915 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. Frank was born 2 on 3 Mar 1882 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 3 on 17 May 1931 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 30, age 9, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Baptist, at home with parents

2. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 6, age 19

3. Found in the 1909 Lovell's Farmer's Register:
Sutton Chas. E., o., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 2
Sutton Elbert J., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 10, R 2
Sutton Frank, o., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 1
Sutton Geo. A., o., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 4
Sutton George, Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 2
Sutton Jas. J., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 11, R2
(p. 108, 1909 Lovell's Farmer's Register of the garden of the Eastern Townships comprising the counties of Sherbrooke, Stanstead, Compton, Richmond, Brome and Shefford)

4. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston Township, District 200, sub district 2-1, p. 3, age 27, at his father's home.

5. Marriages
SUTTON — MORRISON
Hatley, November 29.— (Special) — A quiet wedding took place at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison, at North Barnston, on Friday evening, Nov. 19th, when their only daughter, Miss Annie Morrison, was united in marriage to Mr. Frank J. Sutton, also of Barnston. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. Williams of the Methodist Church. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Nov. 29, 1915, p. 5)

6. 1916; witness at Joshua Sutton's death record, Barnston, PQ.

7. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 206, Barnston, Sub-District 2, 10 June 1921, p. 4, age 38, POB: Que., Nat; Canada, Eth; English, Rel; Baptist, Occp; farmer, with wife Annie (31) and brother-in-law Henry Morrison Jr. (34) (employee)

8. MR. FRANK J. SUTTON, BARNSTON
BARNSTON, Que., May 23.— The sad death occurred on Sunday, May 17th, of Mr. Frank J. Sutton at his home here. Although in poor health for some time Mr. Sutton’s death came as a sudden blow to his family and friends. Mr. Sutton, who was in his fiftieth year, was the son of the late James and Caroline Morrison Sutton and had spent his entire life on the home farm. On November 19th, 1915, he was married to Miss Annie Morrison who survives him. The funeral was held at the house Tuesday afternoon May 19, and was conducted by Rev. Harris Wallace. The bearers were Messrs. Freeman Sutton, Stuart Sutton, Charles Rose and Henry Roy. A quartette from Coaticook, composed of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Moulton, Mrs. Sampson and Mr. Learnard,
rendered two favorite hymns of the deceased, “Asleep In Jesus,” and “Sometime We’ll Understand." The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. Charles Akhurst, assisted by Mr. Herbert McCutcheon. The floral offerings were many and beautiful. Mr. Sutton leaves to mourn his loss besides his wife, one sister. Mrs. Charles W. Kennedy, of Coaticook, and a brother, Mr. Bernard Sutton, of Suffield, Conn. One sister and one brother predeceased him several years ago. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Fitchburg, Mass., Canaan, Vt, Beebe, Sherbrooke, Hatley, Brown's Hill and Coaticook. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, May 23, 1931, p. 8)

9. MR. FRANK SUTTON, BARNSTON
BARNSTON. June 4—The sudden death of Mr. Frank Sutton, brother of Mrs. Charles W. Kennedy, of Coaticook, occurred on Sunday, May 17th, at his home here. The funeral, which was under the direction of Mr. H. McCutcheon as manager, was held from the late residence on Tuesday, May 19th, Rev. Harris Wallace, pastor of the Coaticook Baptist Church, officiating. Rev. Mr. Wallace spoke very feelingly of the stellar character of the deceased and offered comforting words to the sorrowing wife and relatives. The long cortege which followed the remains to their last resting place was a high tribute of the esteem in which Mr. Sutton was held. Members of the Coaticook choir rendered the favorite.hymns of the deceased, Mrs. Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. Luther G. Moulton and Mr. A. Learned singing fine quartettes. Besides his immediate relatives, Mr. Sutton is mourned by one brother residing in Springfield, Mass., who was unable to be present at the funeral. Among those who attended the funeral were Mrs. Charles W. Kennedy, (sister), Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Parker, of Coaticook, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baldwin, Dixville road. Interment took place in the family lot in the home cemetery. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, June 4, 1931, p. 10)

10. Obit: DEFERRED
The community was shocked on Sunday morning, May 17, when it was learned that Mr. Frank Sutton had succumbed to heart failure at five o'clock that morning. He had been in poor health for a number of years, but remained in his usual condition until Saturday afternoon, when he had an attack of indigestion, but his physician thought him much better. He was a son of James and Caroline (Morrison) Sutton. He was forty-eight years of age and had lived his entire life on the home farm. He leaves to mourn their loss, his wife, Morrison Sutton, one brother, Bernard Sutton of Springfield, Mass.; one sister, Carrie (Mrs. Charles Kennedy) of Coaticook, beside nephews and nieces. The funeral took place at the home on Tuesday afternoon. The burial was in the family lot in the Gould cemetery. (Stanstead Journal, June 11, 1931, p. 1)
        Annie married 1 (2) Bernard George W. Williams on 12 Jul 1934 in Coaticook, Stanstead Co., PQ. Bernard was born on 24 Apr 1898 in Greens Norton, Northamptonshire, ENG. He died on 19 Jun 1964 in Coaticook, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Son of Edward George Williams Rose Martin.

2. Found in the 1901 England Census, Northamptonshire, Greens Norton, district 11, p. 7, Little worth St., Bernard G. W. Williams, age 2, with parents, Edward G. Williams (34) and Rose Williams (30)

3. There is a Bernard Williams on a passenger list; age 14, POB: England, Destination; Sherbrooke, traveling as student, with a group of kids and group leader. Traveling on the SS Virginian, departed Liverpool 26 April 1912 arriving at Quebec 6 May 1912

4. There is a Bernard George Williams in the Canadian Soldiers of WWI
The 24th Battalion, C.E.F., Victoria Rifles of Canada
Present address: No. 1 RFD Sherbrooke
Enlisted: Sherbrooke
Born: Greens Morton, Northamptonshire, England
DOB: April 24, 1898
Married: No
Trade: Farmer's Apprentice
Next of Kin: W. R. Williams (uncle)
Date: 8 Sept 1916

5. Found in the Canadian voters lists; 1949, Electoral district Stanstead, Coaticook, Polling district No. 16, Vol. 29014, p. 2;
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Bernard, gardener
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Bernard Mrs.

6. Found in the Canadian voters lists; 1953, Electoral district Stanstead, Coaticook, Polling district No. 19, Vol. 32887, p. 1;
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Bernard Georges, jardinier
80 Baldwin St.; Williams, Mme Bernard Geo

7. "Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sutton and Mrs. Clayton Drew were calling on Mrs. Bernard Williams in Coaticook last week. Friends of Mr. Williams will be sorry to learn that he is in St. Mary Veterans' Hospital, Montreal. (Stanstead Journal, June 4, 1964, p. 3)

8. Ayer's Cliff Topics: Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sutton, who have been spending a number of weeks at their cottage, were in Coaticook on Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Bernard Williams. (Stanstead Journal, June 25, 1964)

9. Obit: G. B. WILLIAMS
COATICOOK — Funeral services were held June 20 at St. Stephen's Church, for Bernard George Williams, Rev. Grover Kendrick officiating. Mr. Williams, who died at the Queen Mary’s Veterans’ Hospital in Montreal, after a lingering illness, was born in Greens, Norton, England, on April 24, 1898. He married Annie Sutton, in Barnston, on July 12, 1934. His wife survives him. Interment took place here in Mount Forest Cemetery. Those attending the funeral were from Lennoxville. Melbourne, Barnston, Cookshire, Sherbrooke and Canaan, Vt. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 16, 1964, p. 12)

55. Dean Elwin Sutton (George Willie , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born on 19 May 1865 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 1 on 10 Jan 1944 in Fitchburg, Worcester Co., MA.

1. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census of Quebec, Stanstead Co. Barnston, Dis 141, sub district E, Div 2, p. 40, age 8, with parents; George (37) and Rosa (34) and siblings Sarah M. (12) Laura M. (10) George A. (4) and infant (3/12) [Philinda]

2. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, Film C-13199, Dist 56, SubDist F, Div 1, p. 37 Family 169, age 17, C. Baptist and parents, George (47) and Huldah R. (45) and siblings, George A. (13), Linda G. (10) and Charles E. (1)

3. Found in the 1886 Gardner City Directory, Sutton, Elmer D emp F. S. Learned bds Green n Woodland av (p. 76)
4. Found in the 1888 Gardner City Directory, Sutton, Elmer D emp G. F. Estey bds 64 Chesnut (p. 86)
5. Found in the 1890 Gardner City Directory, Sutton, Elmer D emp G. F. Estey bds 64 Chesnut (p. 88)
6. Found in the 1893 Gardner City Directory, Sutton, Elmer D emp G. F. Estey bds Chesnut (p. 102)

7. According to his Obit, he lived in Gardner about 1894, working at Heywood Farm and later Estey Moving.

8. Gardner
The engagement of Miss Nettie Scott to Dean E. Sutton is announced. Miss Scott is the only daughter of Winfield H. Scott, a retired grocery merchant. Mr. Sutton is a young man of much promise, for several years a resident of this town. (Worcester Daily Spy, Aug. 31, 1894, p. 5)

9. 1894: Miss Nettie M. Scott and Dean E. Sutton were lately married by Rev. C. H. Walters of the Methodist Church. They have gone to Montreal for two weeks. (Worcester Daily Spy, Sept. 11, 1894, p. 5)

10. A rumor was afloat about town, last night, that Dean Sutton, formerly of this town, had committed suicide at Manchester, N. H. It must have been some other Sutton, as word came from Athol this morning, that Dean was alive and well at his home in Athol. (The Fitchburg Sentinel March 19, 1896, p. 5)

11. Found in the 1896 Gardner, MA. city directory; Sutton, Elmer D rem to Fitchburg (p. 99)

12. Dean is found in the 1897-1900 Fitchburg city directories at 6 Crown Street .

13. May 1899: Bottling works of C. S. Keith sold to D.E.Sutton & Co. (Annual Report on the statistics of manufacturers, 1899, Mass. Dept. of Labor, No. 36.] INDUSTRIAL CHRONOLOGY 1899)

14. Mr. C. S. Keith, of Fitchburg. Mass. says: "I have disposed of my various other business conections. and am devoting my entire time and energy to my posting plant, which I intend to conduct to the pink of perfection." (The Billboard, cir. July 1899)

15. Found in the 1900 U.S. Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, district 1619, sheet# 12, Prichard St., age 35

16. Found in the 1901 Fitchburg, MA. city directory; Sutton, Dean at 7 Pleasant Street .

17. In 1901 he is joint owner with William J. Fleming and William B. Stewart, of Spring Water Bottling Works, located at 479 Main Street, Fitchburg, MA. In 1903 he is co-owner with William J. Fleming. In 1910 he is sole owner.

18. Found in the 1902 Fitchburg, MA. city directory; Sutton, Deane E., (Sutton, Fleming & Stewart) 479 Main, h 7 Pleasant (p. 279)
SUTTON, FLEMING & STEWART (Deane E. Sutton, William J. Fleming and William B. Stewart), props Spring Water Bottling Works 477 and 479 Main [see page 531]

19. "Dissolution of Copartnership; The copartnership heretofore exeisting between the udersigned, under the firm name of carrying on the business of Spring Water Bottling Works, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. William B. Stewart retires from the firm, and the business will be hereafter conducted by Dean E. Sutton and William J. Fleming, under the firm name of Sutton and Fleming, who will collect and settle in liquidation all accounts due to or from the late prtn." ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Mon. 21 Mar. 1902)

20. "Although the weather has not been very hot for the past few days, Messrs Sutton and Fleming sold over 500 cases of Moxie nerve food Friday. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Sat. 3 Sep. 1904)

21. Mr. Dean E. Sutton is mentioned in an article as attending the Nashua Tribe's Shirt Waist Party. Dean was also mentioned as a member of the committee in charge of the party. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Tues. 2 May. 1905)

22. Mrs. George Sutton and Mrs. Henry Morrison of Barnston, P.Q. are guests of the former's son, Dean E. Sutton, 28 Garnet street. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Weds. 14 Jun. 1905)

23. Dean is mentioned in the Summary of Assessor's Statistics Annual List of those who pay $50 or more in Taxes. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", 1904)

24. Dean is mentioned in the Summary of Assessor's Statistics Annual List of those who pay $50 or more in Taxes. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Fri. 1 Sep. 1905)

25. Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Sutton are mentioned in an article as attending the Nashua Tribe's Costume Party, dressed as Prince and Princess Gold. Dean was also mentioned as a member of the entertainment committee. ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Tues. 7 Mar. 1908)

26. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, district 1739, sheet# 3, 28 Garnet St., age 45

27. 1913; Dean E. Sutton is elected as vice president of the Fitchburg Exchange Club. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Fri. 12 Dec 1913, p. 7)

28. Spring Water Bottling Works (D. E. Sutton), 25 Myrtle Av., Fitchburg.(Directory of Massachusetts Manufacturers, 1913)

29. Mr. Dean E. Sutton, who was call here by the sudden death of his mother, the late Mrs. Geo. Sutton, has returned to Fitchburg, Mass. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Feb. 28, 1917, p. 2)

30. Found in the 1917 Fitchburg, MA. city directory; Sutton, Dean E. bottler, soft drinks, and agent for Moxie, 25 Myrtle av, h 28 Garnet - See page 83 [quarter page ad], p. 483
30. Dean is found in the 1918 Fitchburg, MA. city directory at 28 Garnet St..

31. "The U.O.G.C. will meet with Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sutton at their sumer cottage, 4 Pleasant avenue, Whalom, Monday evening. Members will take the 6 o'clock Ayer car and carry basket lunch. Leominster commandery has also been invited." ("Fitchburg Daily Sentinel", Sat. 30 Sep. 1922)

32. "Frank O. Rice is first on the list of industrial veterans of 25 years or more active continuous service with the Coca Cola Bottling Co., organized in 1885, with 39 years credited to him. The Coca Cola Co., was sold to D. E. Sutton in 1899. Mr. Rice has been in the employ of both Mr. Keith who organized the company and Mr. Sutton. The only other veteran is D. E. Sutton, proprietor, who has been with the company 26 years. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Fri. 27 Nov. 1923)

33. HATLEY, Que., August 1,—Two of Hatley’s well-known residents, Mrs. Webster and her daughter, Miss Mildred Webster, of ’‘The Locusts,” who have been with relatives at Fitchburg, Mass., passed through a terrifying experience when a miniature tornado struck the city at the noon hour on Thursday, July 17, and when in a gale of cyclonic proportions, with the sky as dark as night, death and property destruction of great amount and wide area visited the town.
Mrs. Webster, with her daughters, Mrs. C. A Hodges and Miss Webster, were alone at the time in the home on Burnap street, the former’s brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sutton, being absent. Mr. and Mrs. Sutton were, however, on their way home, fortunately in a closed car, and were able to reach there in safety. On the way Mr. Sutton was obliged to slacken speed somewhat on account of a pedestrian who, in an attempt to cross the syeet carrying a small
umbrella, was whirled around and about, but through their united efforts succeeded in making his destination. The only damage resulting to Mr. Sutton’s property was the loss of a portion of the ridge pole. Mrs. Webster and Miss Mildred returned to “The Locusts'’ on Friday evening. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Aug. 1, 1924, p. 2)

34. Found in the 1925 Fitchburg, MA. city directory Dean with wife (Lucy E.) is owner of Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Fitchburg, MA.

35. Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Beverages -- All Flavors
Oldest Bottling Co. in Fitchburg. Our plant is open for your inspection
at all times. Agent for Moxie. Proprietor -- Dean E. Sutton.
19 1/2 Willow St., Fitchburg, Mass.
(Advertisement in the Boston Herald, Sept. 12, 1926)

36. 1928; "Constantino Tocci of Leominster has filed a suit for $ 25,000 against Charles Sutton of Fitchburg and a like suit against Dean Sutton. Plaintiff claims to have been hurt, Dec. 23, 1926, when he was run down by an automobile. He was at work, he claims in a trench around which there was a guard rail, when the accident happened." (Fitchburg Sentinel, Thur. 12 Jan. 1928, p. 2)

37. Trial Started In Leominster Auto Accident Suits
A jury was impaneled in superior court this morning to hear the evidence in four suits against Dean E. Sutton and Charles E. Sutton of this city, brought by Gregory and Augustus Rossi and Costantino Tocci, both of Leominster, as a result of an automobile accident on Central street, Leominster, where the highway was under construction Dec. 23, 1926. One suit is brought by Tocci collectively against Dean E. and Charles E. Sutton, for $25,000 and other suits for the same amount are brought against them individually for the same amount. Gregory and Augustus Rossi have brought suit against Dean E. and Charles E. Sutton for $1,000 damages to their property. (Fitchburg Sentinel, June 8, 1928, p. 15)

38. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, Burnap St., T626, Roll 962, p. 9, district 14-158, ward 1, sheet# 9, age 65, owns home, value $8,500, and wife Lucy (49). There is a niece with them; Madeline, age 33, POB; VT., father born;Nova Scotia, mother; Vermont

39. Found in the 1939 Fitchburg, MA. city directory; Sutton Dean E (Lucy E) bottler rear 19 1/2 Willow h 47 Blossom (p. 648)

40. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, wd-4 (17 Apr '40) ED 14-93, sheet 11B, 47 Blossom St., rents $50, age 75, ed: 8, POB: Canada, with wife Lucy (59). (Lucy shown as head of house). Nine tenants rent at the house.

41. General Notes
Guests last week at the home of Mrs. J. S. Webster were her brother, Mr. D. E, Sutton, and Mrs. Sutton, of Fitchburg, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Doane, of Newport, Vt., and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wheeler, of Sherbrooke. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Sept. 19, 1940, p. 10)

42. Found in the 1944 Fitchburg, MA. city directory; Sutton, Dean E died Jan 10 1944 age 79, p. 710

43. Obit: Dean E. Sutton Dies Today, 79
Dean E. Sutton, 79 of 7 Pearl street, retired bottler, died this morning at his home after a long illness. He was a native of Barnston, Canada, and had resided in this city 42 years. Mr. Sutton came to this country and settled in Gardner where he was employed on the Heywood farm and later was engaged in the Estey moving business. Mr. Sutton came to Fitchburg 42 years ago and purchased the bottling business which he carried on as Sutton, Fleming, and Steward bottling works, later buying out the other two members of the firm and carrying on the business alone until his retirement in 1938. He joined the Redman’s tribe in Gardner more than 50 years ago and later transferred to Nashua tribe of this city. He was also a member of Whaloma, DP. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Lucy (Goodrich) Wood Sutton; a sister, Mrs. Linnie G. Webster of Hatley, Canada, and two brothers, George A. of Calais, Vt., and Charles E. Sutton of this city. The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p. m. in Sawyer funeral home. The body will be placed in the mausoleum in Forest Hill cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home will be tomorrow night from 7 to 8:30 o’clock. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Jan. 10, 1944, p.5)

44. Other Deaths
SUTTON - In Fitchburg, Dean E. Sutton, 79, retired owner of a bottling business. (Boston Herald, Jan. 11, 1944, p. 13)

45. Dean E Sutton
The funeral of Dean E Sutton, 7 Pearl street was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in Sawyer funeral home with a service conducted by Rev. Robert L. Underwood, pastor of Rollstone Congregational church. The body was placed in the mausoleum in Forest Hill cemetery where the committal service was read by Rev. Mr. Underwood. The bearers were George Oliver and Harry E. Kendall representing Nashua Tribe, IORM, and John Davis and Willard Hadley. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Jan. 12, 1944, p. 3)

46. Hatley
Word has been received by friends in this place, that Mrs. J. S. Webster, who is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Doane, in Newport, Vt., has been ill for some time. All hope for her speedy recovery. Old friends in this place will be sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Webster's eldest brother, Dean Sutton, which took place at his home in Fitchburg, Mass. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Feb. 8, 1944, p. 10)


Notes:
1. There are several bottles in the Fitchburg, MA.Historical Society. They were found at 126 Elm St., Fitchburg, MA.
One of the Markings: A clear glass soft drink bottle with "Registered" near neck. Further down "D Sutton Fitchburg Mass."
One of the Markings: A green soft drink bottle Below neck is the word "REGISTERED" Below that in an oval are the words "D.E. SUTTON 8 FL. OZ. FITCHBURG, MASS."
One of the Markings: A clear glass bottle with the word "Registered" near the neck. Further down in raised letters inside an oval: Sutton & Fleming Fitchburg Mass." On the bottom "B 14"
2. Death of William Fleming, Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon for William J Fleming, Wanoosnoc road, who died Saturday night at Burbank hospital at the age of 72 years Mr. Fleming had been retired for several years. He was formerly engaged in the bottling business in this city. Born in Canada, he had lived in Fitchburg for 45 years. Besides his wife, Mrs. Emma Gould Fleming, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs Earl E. Howard and Marjone Fleming, both of this city. Following services at the H. L. Sawyer funeral home, at 2 p m. burial will be in North cemetery, Lunenburg. (July 6, 1936)
3. 75 Years Ago (1892) C. S. Keith, soda and temperance beverage manufacturer, used over 800 gallons of pure spring water for his soda business on Memorial Day. He used over 1000 gallons for soda and other drinks, and had nine men at work until 12 o'clock Monday night. Last week he shipped 92 cases of bottled goods out of town. (15 June 1967)

Dean married 1, 2 (1) Nettie Maria Scott on 6 Sep 1894 in Gardner, Worcester Co., MA. The marriage ended in divorce.Nettie was born 3 on 6 May 1873 in Royalston, Worcester Co., MA. She died 4 on 15 Jul 1955 in Groton, Worcester Co., MA.

1. Daughter of Winfield Hiram Scott and Sarah Jennie Swan.
- Sarah J. Swan (10240 a), b. in Phillipston, Mass., Oct 18, 1848 ; m. in Phillipston, Sept. 21, 1867, Winfield H. Scott, who served in the Civil war in the 4th Massachusetts Cavalry. He was b. in Winchendon, Mass., July 10, 1846; has been a grocer in Westminster, Mass., where they reside. Child : Nettie Maria Scott, (10282) b. in South Royalston, Mass., June 6, 1872 ; m. in Gardner, Mass., Sept. 6, 1894, Deane E. Sutton of Gardner. (Genealogy of the descendants of John White of Wenham and Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1638-[1909] (Volume 2), p. 9, by Almira Larkin White)

2. Found in the 1880 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Gardner, Film T9-0565, p. 386D, age 4, with parents Winfield (33) and Jenny (32)

3. Gardner
The engagement of Miss nettie Scott to Dean E. Sutton is announced. Miss Scott is the only daughter of Winfield H. Scott, a retired grocery merchant. Mr. Sutton is a young man of much promise, for several years a resident of this town. (Worcester Daily Spy, Aug. 31, 1894, p. 5)

4. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, district 1619, sheet# 12, Prichard St., age 26, 0 of 0 children

5. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, district 449, sheet# 11B, age 34,

6. 1916; "Mrs. D. E. Sutton of Fitchburg spent Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scott." (Fitchburg Sentinel, Fri. 7 Jan. 1916)

7. 1919; "She leaves besides her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Nettie Sutton of Boston, and two sisters, Mrs. Phoebe Gerry of Athol and Mrs. Walter Wythe of Sommerville." Funeral of Mrs. Sarah J, Scott of Westminister. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Mon. 29 Sep. 1919)

8. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., Somerville 7-WD, sheet 11B, 941 Broadway St., owns home, age 44, with her father Winfield H., (73)

9. Married second husband; Charles Monroe Flint, son of Clement P. and Ella E. Flint, b. 12 Dec. 1873, MA., d. March 1946, MA.

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Winchendon, sheet 18B, age 54 and husband Charles M. Flint (55) rents $22 with radio

11. Planning Board
City of Somerville, Massachusetts
PETITIONS, MEMORIALS AND REMONSTRANCES
Received the following,
Protest; Nettie M. Flint against change of zoning 242-946 Broadway. 58674 Protest
(Vol. 53, City of Somerville, Thursday, August 11, 1938)

12. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Winchendon, (Apr '40) ED 14-321, sheet 8B, 174 School street, age 64 and husband Charles M. Flint (66) owns home $3200

13. Found in the 1955 Fitchburg, MA. (Townsend) city directory; Flint, Nettie Mrs r Herbert L Spofford 97 (p. 209)

14. Obit: Mrs. Charles Flint
TOWNSEND, July 15 - Mrs. Nettie M. (Scott) Flint, 80, widow of Charles Flint, died this morning at the Groton Community hospital. She entered the hospital three weeks ago. Her only survivor is a cousin, Mrs. Herbert L. Spotford of Main street, with whom Mrs. Flint has lived since coming here from Winchendon nine years ago. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 from the Snow funeral home. (Fitchburg Sentinel, July 15, 1955, p. 11)

Dean married 1 (2) Lucy Engenia Goodrich on 22 Jun 1922 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. Lucy was born 2 on 13 Oct 1880 in Cavendish, Windsor Co., VT. She died 3 on 25 Oct 1964 in Chester (Lansdowne), Delaware Co., PA.

1. Daughter of Joseph Paine Goodrich and Oriette "Etta" Elizabeth Kingston of Ludlow, Windsor, VT. Lucy's parents are enumerated in the 1880 census in Cavendish, VT. There is a Joseph P. Goodrich listed in the Business directory of Windsor County, VT. 1883-84. For the town of Chester, VT. “Goodrich Joseph P., (Gassett’s Station) r 19, farmer, works on shares for S. E. Kingsley 150.”
- Etta Kingston Goodrich married Henry A. Weatherhead, 22 Sep 1897, Greenfield, MA.

2. 1898: Lucy Gerrie Goodrich age 18, (1st marriage) married Minton Conway Whitney, 30 June 1898 at Brattleboro, VT.

3. Found in the 1900 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Gardner, sheet 5, Lucy G. Whitney, age 20, DOB: Feb. 1880, 0 of 0 children, with husband M. C. Whitney (22) DOB: Sept 1877, with mother-in-law, Delia (60) (wd) DOB: Dec 1839 at the home of her sister, Nellie Flaherty (27) DOB: Nov 1872 and husband {Carlos}?

4. Divorce cases for Jury-Waived Court
On Monday both the Superior Civil and jury-waived courts will begin their sessions.
[LIST]
Lucy E. G. Whitney vs Minton C. Whitney;...
[LIST]
(Worcester Daily Spy, Dec. 4, 1902)
The divorce case of Lucy E. G. Whitney vs Minton C. Whitney was heard. The libelant alleged cruel and abusive treatment. The libelee was called and defaulted. Joseph Madden appeared for the lebelant. (Worcester Daily Spy, Dec. 12, 1902)

5. 1904: Lucy E. Goodrich age 23, (2nd marriage) married Clyde Earl Woods, 18 Jan 1904 at Chester, VT.

6. Found in the 1909 Bellows Falls, VT city directory; Wood, Clyde E., rem to Fitchburg (p.154)

7. Found in the 1910 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, wd-5, T624, Roll 628, p. 160, district 1745, sheet# 7A, 28 Green St., rents home, age 29, marr. 6 yrs, 0 of 0 children. With husband Clyde E. Wood, age 27, b. N.H.

8. 1918; Lucy E. Wood of Greenfield has filed a suit for separate maintenance against Clyde Earl Wood, also of Greenfield, charging infidelity. An attachment for $2000 against the property of Mr. Wood has been filed. Mrs. Wood claims that she was married to Clyde Wood at Chester, Vt., Jan. 18, 1904, and since that time they lived together at Bellows Falls, Vt., Keene, N.H. this city and Greenfield. September 2, papers were served by Deputy Sheriff H. S. Goddard. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Wed. 24 July 1918, p. 2)

9. Found in the 1920 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, wd-4, T625, Roll 746, p. 232, dis 68, sheet 10A, Garnet St., age 39, divorced. With Charles Sutton, as housekeeper, age 39.

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, T626, Roll 962, p. 9, Burnap St., district 14-158, ward 1, sheet# 9, age 49, and husband Dean (65). There is a niece with them; Madeline, age 33, POB; VT., father born;Nova Scotia, mother; Vermont.

11. Mrs. Dean Sutton Announces the OPENING of
YE POPLAR INN COFEE GRILL
WHALOM LAKE
Corner Pleasant Avenue and Lakefront Boulevard, Leominster Side
Will be pleased to welcome all patrons and friends.
Fried Chicken Dinners a Specialty.
Rabbit Dinners by Appointment.
Tel. Fitchburg, 1884-M.
(Advertisment Insert, Fitchburg Sentinel, June 7, 1930, p. 2)

12. 1930; In the Society Notices section; Lucy is mentioned as president of the Fitchburg Homemakers Club. Lucy is also mentioned as a record keeper of the Improved Order of Redman, Whalerma Council No. 15, Degree of Pocahontias. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Fri. 12 Dec 1930, p. 3)

13. Townsend club, No. 2, will have its regular meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., followed by a musical entertainment and refreshments. Mrs. Dean Sutton, president, will leave tomorrow night for Indianapolis, Minn., where she will attend the national Townsend club convention to be held April 22 to 25. (Fitchburg Sentinel, June 19, 1939, p. 2)

14. Found in the 1939 Fitchburg, MA city directory; Sutton Dean E (Lucy E) bottler rear 19 1/2 Willow h 47 Blossom (p. 648)
also
Sutton Hall (Mrs Lucy E Sutton) furn rms 47 Blossom

15. Hatley
Mrs. J. S. Webster spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Doane, and Mrs. Doane, at Newport, Vt.
Mrs. Dean Sutton and niece, Miss Vera Goodrich, of Fitchburg, Mass., were overnight guests of Mrs. J. S. Webster. On their return to their home Mrs. Webster accompanied them for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wheeler spent a week-end at the home of Mrs. J. S. Webster. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 21, 1939, p. 6)

16. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Fitchburg, wd-4 (17 Apr '40) ED 14-93, sheet 11B, 47 Blossom St., rents $50, age 59, ed: 8, POB: Vermont, with husband Dean (75). (Lucy shown as head of house). Nine tenants rent at the house.

17. Mrs. Dean Sutton of 47 Blossom street has been called to Fredonia, N. Y., by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Etta A. Weatherhead. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Nov. 9, 1940)

18. 1943; Servicemen's News: "Lt. Vera L. Goodrich of the WAAC, formerly of Mitchel field, N.Y., visited her Aunt, Mrs. Dean Sutton, 7 Pearl street yesterday, enroute to New Hampshire. (Fitchburg Sentinel, 6 Aug., 1943, p. 2)

19. 1945; Realty Transfers; Lucy G. Sutton to Clayton A. Eaton et ux, Pearl street. ( Fitchburg Sentinel, 7 Aug., 1945, p. 2)

20. Leon Brown of Dighton, formerly of Ashby and brother of mrs. Lucy G. Sutton of this city, died in Dighton yesterday. For several years he operated the Hall farm in Ashby. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ethel (Goodrich) Sutton, three sisters and a brother. The funeral will be in Taunton Friday and burial will be in Chester, Vt., in the Spring. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Feb. 15, 1945)

21. Brown's Hill
Mrs. Dean Sutton, of Mass,, and Mrs. Wayne Hodges and son, of Hatley, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. D. L. Martin. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 16, 1946, p. 8)

22. Found in the 1946 Fitchburg, MA city directory; Sutton, Lucy G wid Dean slswoman h 102 Day, p. 752
23. Found in the 1948 Fitchburg, MA city directory; Sutton, Lucy G wid Dean cook 35 Holt r do, p. 581

24. Obit: Mrs. Dean E Sutton
Mrs. Lucy E. Sutton, 84, a resident of this city for many years, died Sunday noon in the home of a niece, Miss Vera Goodrich, 16 East Plumstreet Ave., Lansdown, PA. She was the widow of Dean E. Sutton, for many years proprietor of the Spring Water Bottling Works and later the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in this city. The funeral will be in the Bring-Hurst Funeral Home in Philadelphia, Pa. with burial in that city. (Fitchburg Sentinel, Oct. 26, 1964, p. 12)

25. SUTTON - Oct. 25, 1964, LUCY E. SUTTON, of 16 E. Plumstead ave., Lansdowne, Pa. Funeral services at Bringhursts's, 2000 Walnut st., on Thurs. Oct. 27, at 12 noon. Int. private. Parking on premises. (Philadelphia Inquirer, Wed, October 28, 1964, p. 26)


Notes:
1. (mother) FORMER FREDONIAN DIES IN BRATTLEBORO, VT.
Mrs. Maye Bull of Cassadaga, formerly of Fredonia, has received word of the death of Mrs. Henry Weatherhead last week at the Rest Home at Brattleboro, Vt. Funeral services, were held from the Rhodes Funeral Home at Brattleboro Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Weatherhead is survived by her husband, three daughters and four sons. The Weatherheads who lived on Adams road, Fredonia for 30 years, moved away three years ago. (The Fredonia Censor, April 7, 1944)

They had the following children:

  138 i {Infant} Sutton was born died young in Worcester Co., MA. {Infant} died died young in Worcester Co., MA.

56. George "Bert" Albert Sutton (George Willie , John Philpot , Philpot John ) was born 1 on 1 Oct 1869 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. He died 2 on 21 Jan 1947 in N. Calais, Washington Co., VT. The cause of death was Coronary thrombosis.

1. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census of Quebec, Stanstead Co. Barnston, Dis 141, sub district E, Div 2, p. 40, age 4, with parents; George (37) and Rosa (34) and siblings Sarah M. (12) Laura M. (10) Dean E. (18) and infant (3/12) [Philinda]

2. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census Stanstead Co., Barnston, Film C-13199, Dist 56, SubDist F, Div 1, p. 37 Family 169, "George A.", age 13, C. Baptist and parents, George (47) and Huldah R. (45) and siblings, Dean E. (17), Linda G. (10) and Charles E. (1)

3. Kingscroft
"Bert Sutton, who went to Brooklyn, N.Y. a few weeks ago to work for Wright Glidden, has come home sick". (Stanstead Journal, Apr. 4, 1889)

4. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 40, age 23, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Methodist,

5. Sale, 30 June 1894, Edwin R. Webster to George Albert Sutton, entry #7730 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1876-1911))
[George bought a parcel of land known as the Charles Wheeler Farm, parts of Lots 11 & 12, 3rd Range, for $2000]

6. 1897; June, George A. Sutton listed as witness to the marriage of William James Hunter and Pearl Irene Edson at Kingston, ONT.

7. Protest Note, 7 Oct 1898, of George A. Sutton, E. T. Bank, entry #9059 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1890-1911))
[Bank asking for payment on promissary $10.00 note, "No Funds"]

8. Protest Note, 18 May 1899, of George A. Sutton, E. T. Bank, entry #9286 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Fraser, John (1890-1911))
[Bank asking for payment on promissary $100.00 note, "No Funds"]

9. Deed of Reconveyance, 22 May 1901, by George A. Sutton, to Edwin R. Webster, entry #5085 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Thomas, Charles Metcalfe (1896-1908))

10. Lease, 22 May 1901, Edwin R. Webster to George A. Sutton, entry #5086 (Archives des notaires du Québec; District: Saint-François; Title: Thomas, Charles Metcalfe (1868-1921))

11. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 6, Film T-6546, age 31. Two servants are also listed in the census, Ernest Bowen, and John Bryan.

12. Found in the 1909 Lovell's Farmer's Register:
Sutton Chas. E., o., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 2
Sutton Elbert J., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 10, R 2
Sutton Frank, o., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 1
Sutton Geo. A., o., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 4
Sutton George, Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 12, R 2
Sutton Jas. J., Barnston, Barnston Tp., L 11, R2
(p. 108, 1909 Lovell's Farmer's Register of the garden of the Eastern Townships comprising the counties of Sherbrooke, Stanstead, Compton, Richmond, Brome and Shefford)

13. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Hatley Township, District 200, sub district 3-1, p. 4, age 43, DOB: Oct 1867 and wife Katie Adela (42) DOB: Feb 1869 and children Verlie Eldine (12) DOB: Oct 1898 and Ruby Delphine (3) DOB: Jan 1908

14. 1919; witness on his wife's death record, Brown's Hill.

15. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census Quebec, District 206, sub-district 11B Stanstead, Stanstead, Boynton, p. 8, rents, age 52, widow, POB: Que., Rel: Baptist, with daughter Ruby (12)

16. Found in border crossing: Newport, VT., Feb. 13, 1925; Sutton, Albert, age 56, farmer, height; 6' 0", hair; lt brown, eyes; blue, nationality; Canadian Eng., POB: Barnston, Que., language; Eng., write; yes, money; $132.00, last perm address; Ayer's Cliff, Que., destination; Fitchburg, Mass., ticket paid by self, ever in US; No, going to visit; Bro Dean E Sutton, 19 1/2 Willard St., time remaining in US; Indef., purpose; visit, traveling alone, name and address of nearest relative; dau Ruby Sutton, Stanstead, PQ., Imm Visa no. 1391 issued Sherbrooke, Que., Feb 6, 1925

17. 1925, Sept. "Mr. Bert Sutton, of Littleton, N.H., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Douglas Martin."

18. Brown's Hill
Mr. Bert Sutton and daughter, Ruby, of Littleton, N. H., are visiting the former’s daughter, Mrs. D. Martin. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, May 27, 1926, p. 5)

19. Found in 1930 U.S Census Vermont, Washington Co., Calais, Dis 12-14, sheet 9A, age 64

20. Brown's Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sutton, of Adamant, Vt., Mrs. Ruby Cushing and friend, George Colborn, of Windsor, Vt., were recent guests of the former’s daughter, Mrs. Douglas Martin, and family. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Nov. 28, 1935, p. 3)

21. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Vermont (Apr '40), Washington Co., Calais, ed 12-20, sheet 5A, age 73, b. Canada, ED; 8, owns; 1200$, with wife Jane(73) and nephew William J. Borland(34)

22. Mrs. Douglas Martin has received word from Windsor, Vt., saying her father, Mr. Bert Sutton, is seriously ill in the hospital there. (Sherbrooke [paper], Oct. 1, 1941)

23. 1944, lived in Calais, VT. at the time of his brother Dean's death.

24. BROWN’S HILL
Old friends and neighbors were sorry to learn of the death of a former resident of this place, Mr. Albert Sutton, who passed away at his home in Windsor, Vt. The sympathy of this community is extended to his daughters, Verlie, Mrs. Douglas Martin, of this place and Ruby, Mrs. George Colburn, of Windsor, Vt. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Jan. 29, 1947, p. 12)

25. Obit: MR. ALBERT SUTTON, OF NORTH CALAIS, VT.
Ayer’s Cliff, Feb. 12.— Mr. Albert (Bert) Sutton passed away at his home, in North Calais, Vt., on January 21. The deceased was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Sutton of Barnston. He was born. October 2 1867, in Barnston, and lived around the Eastern Townships until about twenty years ago, when he went to the United States. In 1891, he married Hattie Adella Kilburn, of Barnston. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Feb. 12, 1947)


Notes:
1. 2006: (Lookup assistant's trip to Calais town clerk) George and Jennie received marriage license from Calais, June 28, 1926. He was a widower. The Calais town clerk said he must have died at home because the health officer went to his home and that probably he was living with some of the Borland's at the time of his death. She said that George and Jennie raised William J. Borland.

George married 1 (1) Katie Adella Kilburn on 1 Jan 1891 in Methodist Church, Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. Katie was born 2 on 19 Feb 1870 in Barnston, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died 3 on 25 Feb 1919 in Brown's Hill, Stanstead Co., PQ.

1. Daughter of Edwin J. Kilburn and Caroline "Carrie" M. Bryan.
- "Edwin J. Kilburn, b. Sept. 25, 1836; m., Sept. 29, 1863, [Baptist Church, Hatley], Carrie M. Bryan. He has always res. in Barnston; is an intelligent farmer, and has furnished valuable information to the author of this history. Children: 1. Nellie Eudora, b. Sept. 8, 1864; m., and rews. in Minnesota; one child. 2. Charles Elmer, b. May 21, 1868; res. in Barnston. 3. Katie Adel, b. Feb 19, 1870; m., Jan 1, 1890, George Albert Sutton; res. in Barnston. 4. Frankie James, b. Dec. 2, 1876." (p. 236) (Genealogy of the Dickey family, Worcester, Mass.; J. Munsell's Sons, 1898.)

COATICOOK -- Mr. Edwin Kilburn whose death has already been noted, was a son of Josiah Kilburn and his wife Hulduh Clifford. Many of the readers of this paper will remember Aunt Hulduh, who lived to be more than ninety years of age and retained her facilities and the sweetness of disposition for which she was noted. Mr. Kilburn was born in 1836 on the farm where he lived and died. In 1863 he married Miss Carrie Bryan, who survives him. They had four children, Dora, Mrs. Wilcox of Rochester, Minn.,; Charles, who died in early manhood; Kate, who married Mr. C. A. Sutton, and Frank, who has been his father’s companion and assistant on the farm and in the mill. Mr. Kilburn was respected by all who knew him for his integrity and kindliness. Reticent by nature he yet had a keen art which made him entertaining to his friends. An upright man, a humble neighbor, and a loyal friend has gone to his long home, but his memory will be cherished, and our sympathy goes out to his sorrowing family. (Aug 1913)

DEATH OF MRS. E. J. KILBURN
BARNSTON, Dec. 7.—Mrs. E. J. Kilburn passed away peacefully at her home in Barnston on November 27th, 1921. She was born Caroline Bryan, in Barnston, January 17th, 1838, and therefore lived to the ripe old age of eighty-three years, ten months and ten days. She was married to E. J. Kilburn in 1863, and all her happy married life was spent on the “Kilburn Farm,” which was the home of his parents. Four children were born to them— Dora, Charles, Kate and Frank. In 1897 she suffered an affliction in the death of her son Charles, who died in early manhood in Boston from an open gas jet. From this shock she never fully recovered.
Her husband died in 1913, and her daughter, Mrs. Sutton, in 1919. Our Saviour said, “Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted.” She had a sure and certain faith in the promises of her Redeemer, and hopes of a glad reunion with loved ones gone before. She was quiet and unassuming in her manner, ever faithful to duty in her home, always doing her best, and a kind and thoughtful neighbor, one who has strictly observed God’s commandments. One daughter, Mrs. Wilcox, settled in Minnesota, and Frank always remained at home to assist his parents in their declining years, and by him and his capable wife she was tenderly cared for in her failing health. She was the last one of a family of nine children, all of whom were highly respected residents. The funeral service was held at her late residence, interment being made in Barnston village cemetery. Relatives from out of town who attended the funeral were Mrs. R. E. Marsh and son, Murray, of, Canaan, Vt.; Mrs. W. E. Loomis, of Sherbrooke, and Mrs. E. Bryan, of Coaticook. (Dec 1921)

2. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 56, sub district F, div 1, p. 38, family 173, age 10

3. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 190, sub district 11, p. 40, age 23, fa. b. Quebec, mo. b. Quebec, religion; Methodist,

4. "On last New Years day one of the happiest of all events transpired at the residence of Mr. Ed Kilburn, of Barnston, when his daughter, Katie, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony by Rev. Wm. Smith, in the presence of a large company of invited guests. the marriage fest was sumptuous, the bridal gifts numerous and beautiful, and the happy couple as charming as any of the season. (Stanstead Journal, Feb. 5, 1891)

5. Found in the 1901 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Barnston, District 195, sub district b-1, p. 6, Film T-6546, age 31

6. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Hatley Township, District 200, sub district 3-1, p. 4, age 42, DOB: Feb 1869 and husband Geo Albert (43) DOB: Oct 1867 and children Verlie Eldine (12) DOB: Oct 1898 and Ruby Delphine (3) DOB: Jan 1908

7. Deaths
SUTTON—Died February 24, Kate Adela Kilborn, beloved wife of Geo. Albert Sutton, aged 49 years. Funeral took place February 27 at Brown’s Hill. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, March 1, 1919)

8. MRS. SUTTON. BROWN’S HILL.
BROWN’S HILL, March 13.— The death took place on February 25 of Kate Adela Kilburn, wife of Mr. G. A. Sutton, at Brown’s Hill, at the age of forty-nine years. Previous to her marriage, which took place in 1891, Mrs. Sutton resided at her home in Barnston, where she made many friends and acquaitances, The late Mrs. Sutton was a woman of cheery disposition, always a friend to the needy, and a general favorite with young and old. For the past four years, in which she had resided at Brown’s Hill, Mrs. Sutton made many friends, who will miss her. For the last three months she had been an invalid. The funeral took place from the deceased’s home, the service being conducted by the Rev. Churchill Moore, Congregational pastor of Ayer’s CM. Hymns were rendered by the Ayer’s Cliff choir and a solo by Mrs. W. E. Hurd. Many and lovely were the flowers. The bearers were eMsrs. G. A. Flanders, C. A. Brown, L. D. Schoolcraft, K. G. Sharon, G. L. Temple, G. C. Curtis. The late Mrs. Sutton leaves to mourn her loss her husband, Mr. G. A. Sutton, two daughters, Mrs. D. L. Martin and Miss Ruby Sutton,, one grandchild, Miss Pauline Martin, an aged mother, Mrs. Carrie Kilburn, a brother, Mr. F. J. Kilburn, and a sister, Mrs. W. J. Wilcox, of Rochester, and many more distant relatives, as well as a host of friends. Those from a distance attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Webster and family, Hatley; Mr. F. J. Kilburn, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sutton and son Howard, Mrs. Henry Morrison, Mr. H. Morrison, jr., Mrs. F. Sutton, from Bamston; Mr. and Mrs. Dave, Hatley. The heartfelt sympathy of the whole neighborhood goes out to the family in their sad bereavement. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, March 13, 1919, p. 5)

9. Obit:
A cloud of sadness passed over the neighborhood on Tuesday morning, when it was learned that Mrs. G. A. Sutton had passed away. Although her health had been failing since the first of December, strong hopes were held out for her recovery, but God willed otherwise, and she "passed beyond" in the early morning hours of February 26th. Katie Adella Kilborn was born in Barnston February 19th, 1870, and was married to George Albert Sutton twenty-eight years ago, most of their married life being spent in and around Barnston and Hatley, until three years ago when they moved to this place [Brown's Hill], to the home of Mr. C. A. Brown where Mrs. Sutton or "Kate" as she was familiarly known, ably filled the place of housekeeper, sister and friend to Mr. Brown and those who happened to be in the home. Her quiet, unassuming nature, and friendly ways won the love and esteem of all her neighbors, and her death leaves a vacancy impossible to fill. During her long illness she was tenderly cared for by her family and nurse, Miss Ayer. Her sufferings were all bourne without a murmur, and her perfect trust in God was beatiful. She loved to have her pastor, the Rev. C. Moore, call upon her, and on his last visit, the Sunday before her death, she asked him to "Pray God to take me home in the morning." The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved husband and two daughters, and her aged mother who survives her.
The funeral was held at the home of Mr. C. A. Brown on Thursday, Feb. 28th, Rev. C. Moore officiating. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hurd and Mrs. C. Moore sang three favorite hymns of the deceased. The remains were laid in Ayer's Cliff cemetery with six of her Brown's Hill friends as bearers, viz: Messrs. C. A. Brown, G. Flanders, L. D. Schoolcraft, K. G. Sharon, G. C. Curtis, and G. L. Temple. Mr. E. [Edward] Audinwood was manager.
Beatiful flowers were laid upon the casket, among them being two large wreaths, one from Coaticook friends, and the other from Brown's Hill neighbors. Besides her husband, and two daughters, Mrs. Verlie Martin and Ruby Sutton, and aged mother, Mrs. Kilborn of Barnston, the deceased leaves one brother, Frank of Barnston and one sister, Dora, (Mrs. Wilcox) of Minneapolis and other relatives and a host of friends. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sutton, Mrs. Morrison, Mr. Morrison, Mrs. Frank Sutton, Mr. Mrs. W. J. Hunter, and Mr. Frank Kilborn all of Barnston. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Webster, Miss Webster and Mrs. C. Hodges of Hatley and Mrs. N. A. Rowell of Derby, Vt. (Stanstead Journal, 1919).

They had the following children:

+ 139 F i Verlie Uldene Sutton
  140 F ii Ruby Delphine Lenora Sutton was born on 31 Jan 1908 in Hatley, Stanstead Co., PQ. She died 1 on 9 Jul 1947 in Hanover, Grafton Co., N.H.

1. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Stanstead Co., Hatley Township, District 200, sub district 3-1, p. 4, age 3, with parents Geo Albert (43) DOB: Oct 1867 and Katie Adela (42) DOB: Feb 1869 and sister Verlie Eldine (12) DOB: Oct 1898

2. Found in the 1921 Canadian Census Quebec, District 206, sub-district 11B Stanstead, Stanstead, Boynton, p. 8, age 12, POB: Que., Rel: Baptist, with father G. Albert (52) widow, rents

3. Found in border crossing: Newport, VT., Mar. 14, 1925; Sutton, Ruby, age 17, domestic, height; 5' 8", hair; brown, eyes; blue, nationality; Canadian Eng., POB: Barnston, Que., language; Eng., write; yes, money; $852.00, last perm address; Ayer's Cliff, Que., destination; Lowell, Mass., ticket paid by self, ever in US; No, going to visit; Uncle Charles Sutton, 64 Pacific St., time remaining in US; 3 mos., purpose; visit, traveling alone, name and address of nearest relative; father Burt, Ayer's Cliff, Que., Imm Visa no. 1555 issued Sherbrooke, Que., March 23, 1925

4. Brown's Hill
Mr. Bert Sutton and daughter, Ruby, of Littleton, N. H., are visiting the former’s daughter, Mrs. D. Martin. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, May 27, 1926, p. 5)

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Vermont, Windsor Co., Windsor, sheet 9B, rents, age 22, age marr; 20, with husband Harold age 24

6. Brown's Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sutton, of Adamant, Vt., Mrs. Ruby Cushing and friend, George Colborn, of Windsor, Vt., were recent guests of the former’s daughter, Mrs. Douglas Martin, and family. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Nov. 28, 1935)

7. Found in the 1938 Windsor, VT city directory; Colburn, George W. (Ruby) emp Mint Dinette h67 Main (p. 331)

8. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Vermont, Windsor Co., Windsor, (4 Apr 1940), ED 14-48, sheet 2A, 13 Union St., age 32, POB; Canada, rents; $35, ed; 8, with husband George (36)

9. Found in the 1941 Windsor, VT city directory; Colburn, George W. (Ruby) emp Blue Haven Grill h13 Union (7) (p. 332)

10. Found in the 1946 Windsor, VT city directory; Colburn, George W (Ruby L) (Ruby's Grill) h Weston Heights (p. 340)

11. Pigeon Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bulter were called to Windsor, Vt., by the serious illness of her aunt, Mrs. George Colburn (nee Ruby Sutton) who is a patient in the Hanover Hospital. Bill and Doris Travail looked after the home while they were absent. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 12, 1947, p. 11)

12. Brown's Hill
The sympathy of the community is extended to Mrs. D. M. Martin by the death of her sister, Ruby Sutton Colburn, wife of Mr. George Colburn, of Windsor, Vt. Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Butler and Mrs. Arnold Wheeler, of Ayer's Cliff attended the funeral. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 30, 1947, p. 11)


Notes:
1. Ruby Lenora Cushing married George William Colburn, May 16, 1937, No. of marriage: 2nd, age 28, fa; Bert Sutton, Mo; Kate Kilburn. (VT marriages)
        Ruby married (1) Harold H. Cushing in 1928. The marriage ended in divorce.Harold was born on 24 Mar 1904 in New Hampshire. He died 1 on 17 Aug 1975 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.

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1. Son of Herbert Winfield Cushing and Nora Ella Fifield.
2. 1910: Charleston, Sullivan Co., NH.
3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census New Hampshire, Sullivan Co., Charlestown, sheet 1B, Sullivan St., age 16, with parents Herbert (39) rents and Nora (36) and siblings, Edward (17), Harland (13), Helen (8), Alice (5) and Melbourne (2 3/12)
4. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Vermont, Windsor Co., Windsor, (2 May 1930) sheet 9B, rents, age 26, age marr; 24, with wife Ruby age 22




1. Son of B. F. Cushing and Lena Horne.
POB: Tilton, NH
Lived at Newport, VT (1923)
        Ruby married 1 (2) George William Colburn on 16 May 1937 in Windsor, Windsor Co., VT. George was born on 17 Feb 1904 in Mineville, Essex Co., NY. He died 2 on 21 May 1969 in Windsor, Windsor Co., VT.

1. Son of Reuben R. Colburn and Elizabeth McCarty.

2. Found in the 1910 U.S Census, New York, Essex Co., Moriah, dis 54, sheet 6B, Joyce Rd., age 6, with parents; Reuben and Elizabeth, with siblings; Lillian, Alfred, Walter, Margory, James, Richard and Rollin

3. Found in the 1920 U.S Census, Vermont, Windsor Co., Hartland, sheet 3B, age 16, with parents; Reuben and Elizabeth, with siblings; James, Richard and John

4. Married Ella Belle Fallon, Oct. 6, 1928, Windsor, VT.

5. Found in the 1930 U.S Census, Vermont, Windsor Co., Windsor, sheet 5A, ACME St., rents, age 26, age marr; 24, with wife Ella B. age 19

6. Brown's Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sutton, of Adamant, Vt., Mrs. Ruby Cushing and friend, George Colborn, of Windsor, Vt., were recent guests of the former’s daughter, Mrs. Douglas Martin, and family. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Nov. 28, 1935)

7. Found in the 1938 Windsor, VT city directory; Colburn, George W. (Ruby) emp Mint Dinette h67 Main (p. 331)

8. Found in the 1940 U.S census Vermont, Windsor Co., Windsor, (4 Apr 1940), ED 14-48, sheet 2A, 13 Union St., age 32, POB; NY, rents; $35, ed; 8, with wife Ruby (32)

9. Found in the 1941 Windsor, VT city directory; Colburn, George W. (Ruby) emp Blue Haven Grill h13 Union (7) (p. 332)

10. Found in the 1946 Windsor, VT city directory; Colburn, George W (Ruby L) (Ruby's Grill) h Weston Heights (p. 340)

11. Married Louella Mary Lemery, Jan. 24, 1948, Windsor, VT.

12. Coburndale
Mr. and Mrs. George Colburn and son, Donald, of Windsor, Vt., were tea guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Butler. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, Oct. 5, 1949)


Notes:
1. There is a George William Colburn in the VT marriage records; residence: Hartland, VT., married Ella B. Fallon, Oct 6, 1928, Windsor, VT, number of marriage: 1st, truck driver machine shop, fa; Reuben Colburn, mo; Elizabeth McCarty, POB: Mineville, NY

2. There is a George W. Colburn in the VT marriage records; residence: Weston Heights, Windsor, VT., married Louella Lemery, Jan 24, 1948, Bellows Falls, VT, number of marriage: 3rd, machinist, fa; Reuben Colburn, mo; Elizabeth McCarty, POB: Mineville, NY.

George married 1 (2) Jennie Murray Borland on 14 Jul 1926 in Calais, Washington Co., Vt.. Jennie was born 2 on 6 Feb 1864 in Partick, Glasgow, Scotland. She died 3 on 11 Jul 1942 in Waterbury, Washington Co., VT.

1. Daughter of William Hicks Borland and Nancy Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Borland were found in Barnston in the 1901 census.
Burial -- William Borland, son of Hugh Borland and Rose McCauley of Ireland, born on the second day of October in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty two, died at Calais, Vermont on the twenty eighth day of March in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and twenty two, and was by me interred in the Crystal Lake Cemetery, Stanstead Province of Quebec on the first day of April of the same year. (Drouin, Rock Island Congregation Church, 1922)

2. Found in the 1871 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., District 141 Stanstead sub district A, division 2, Ranges VIII to XIV, p. 17 + 18, Jane, age 6, POB: Scotland, with parents; William (36) POB: Ireland and Nancy (35) POB: Ireland, brothers Hugh (9) POB: Ireland and David (3) POB: Quebec

3. Found in the 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Stanstead, Film C-13199, Dist 56, SubDist A, Div 1, p. 23, Family 118, age 17. It looks as though her family came to Canada about 1867, based on her brother's POB Quebec, age 14.

4. 1889: Kingscroft
"Our new dress-maker Miss Jennie Borland, has rooms over Mr. Alexander's store". (Stanstead Journal, Apr. 4, 1889)

5. Found in the 1891 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Stanstead 190, sub district 8, p. 27, age 25, born Scotland, fa. b. Scotland, mo. b. Scotland, religion; Presbyterian, at home with parents; William and Nancy

6. Found in the 1911 Canadian Census, Quebec, Stanstead Co., Hatley Township(Massawippi), District 200, sub district 3-2, p. 1, age 45, at the home of her brother David Borland. Her father William is there also.

7. Found in border crossings: 1 Aug 1918; Borland, Jennie M., age 56, Occp; farmer, POB: Glasgow, Scotland, Last perm address; Ayer's Cliff, Canada, Destination; Calais, Vermont, Passage paid by; self, Ever in US: Yes, from 1894 to 1909, Derby Line and N.Y. Going to join; Own farm at Calais, Vermont, Height; 5'5", Hair; Br, Eyes; Blu,
Remarks: Purchased farm at Calais, Vermont. Sold farm in Canada for 3000. Has mortgage on same for 1000, also 2000 in cash, Acc by father.

8. 1919, Oct 4, Married a Mr. William James Parkhill, resident of Boynton, VT. at Calais, VT.

9. Found in border crossings: 21 Sep 1921; Parkhill Jane Murray, age 57, with husband William, daughter Elizabeth age 17, and father William H. Borland, age 90, going to see David Parkhill, Boynton, VT.

10. Found in the 1930 U.S Census Vermont, Washington Co., Calais, Dis 12-14, sheet 9A, age 66, there is a Marion Borland, (niece) and William Borland with them, age 24, b. 25 Jan 1906, Can E., d. Dec 1982.

11. Found in the 1940 U.S Census Vermont(Apr '40), Washington Co., Calais, ed 12-20, sheet 5A, age 73, b. Scotland, ED; 8, owns; 1200$, with husband George(73) and nephew William J. Borland(34)

12. Brown's Hill
Friends and old neighbors of Mrs. A. G. Sutton, Windsor Vt, regret to hear of her death which occurred on Sunday, July 12. For many years the deceased resided here on the Hill and her friendly ways had the love and esteem of the whole community. Sympathy is extended to
her husband ‘‘Bert” Sutton, who is in very frail health. (Sherbrooke Daily Record, July 21, 1942, p. 7)


Notes:
1. WILLIAM J. PARKHILL, BOYNTON
On Monday, Jan. 15th, William James Parkhill passed away at the Heaton Hospital, Montpelier, Vt., following a serious operation for appendicitis. The remains were brought to the old home in Boynton accompanied by Mrs. Parkhill, Amede, Thomas and Elizabeth Parkhill, where the funeral was conducted Thursday afternoon by Rev. Thomas, pastor of the Congregational Church. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Lyon and Mr. Thomas sang very beautifully “Gathering Home,” “Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Sometime We'll Understand." The bearers were Messrs. Morse, Merrill, Hibbard and Fish. Interment was in the Ayer’s Cliff cemetery beside his wife who passed away four years ago. Mr. Parkhill was born in Derry County, Ireland, on November 23rd, 1865, and came to Canada in 1885, going first to Ontario. The next year he married Rose Ann Young, also, from Ireland. They then came to Quebec and settled near Stanstead for several years. Abuout twenty-five years ago they bought a farm near Boynton. Mrs. Parkhill died on May 26th, 1918, and and in October, 1919, he married Jennie Borland, of Brown’s Hill. In 1921 they moved to Adamant, Vt., where Mrs. Parkhill had property interests. Mr. Parkhill leaves to mourn his loss his wife, seven sons and two daughters, James, of Govan, Sask.; Hugh and Walter, of Weyburn, Sask.; Edward, of Moose Jaw, Sask.; Thomas, of Springfield, Mass.; Elizabeth, of Adamant, Vt.; Mamie, another daughter, died at the age of three years, twenty-four years ago. (Feb 1923)

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