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Phoebe Merritt
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Birth*: 16 January 1843
Death*: 15 December 1918

Parents:

Father: Gilbert Robinson Merritt b. 11 September 1807, d. 7 October 1857
Mother: Lydia Golding b. 5 October 1809, d. 11 October 1885

Phoebe Merritt
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Birth*: 22 July 1768, Bedford, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Death*: 31 May 1855

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. 12 April 1729, d. 23 March 1821
Mother: Amy Purdy b. 2 November 1736, d. circa 1783

Robert Merritt
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Note*: Some notes list him as born 1740 and/or dead 1822 This is a history of that Merritt Branch descended from Robert Merritt, a Loyalist of Westchester County New York State, who, early in 1783, went to Nova Scotia to establish for himself and his family a New Home under the British Crown. Like several thousand other Loyalists, he went first to Port Roseway (now Shelbume) in present day Nova Scotia. There he filed on two land claims -- one on the mainland, the other (50 acres) on McNutts Island in Shelbume Harbor. After a very discouraging winter of extreme cold, gales and storms, and on discovering, upon clearing much of the land, that the Shelburne soil was very rough and rocky and ill-fitted for profitable farming, the migrants proceeded to petition the British Government to be moved elsewhere. By June 1784, more than 8,000 of the 9,000 people at Shelburne and environs pulled up stakes and moved away. Some went to Halifax, others to Digby. Most of these 8,000 went to Parr Town (now Saint John) at the mouth of the Saint John River. Some few of these settled in Parr Town; the most of them, however, went on up the Saint John River to settle along its banks and its largest tributaries on lands assigned to them by the British Government. This was done to recompense them for the confiscation by the Americans of their American property. So by determination and hard work they attained contentment and success. Here they found peace. In the 1600's Champlain landed French settlers at the mouth of the St. John River and also on an island not far off from the present Town of St. Andrews. A year later he came back from France with fresh supplies for these settlements and with new settlers whom he landed in the Annapolis Valley and nearby points in present Nova Scotia. This was repeated in the following years. Under the French rule all that is now New Brunswick and also Nova Scotia was named Acadia. This name they both held till 1713 when Acadia was ceded by France to Great Britain. Once under the British Crown, Britishers began to come there from both the Old Country and from the American Provinces. Since many of these from Britain were from Scotland, the name Acadia was replaced by the name Nova Scotia. All Acadia bore this new name (Nova Scotia) till August 8, 1784 when the British Parliament separated the northem half of the Province from the southern half, giving to the northern half the name New Brunswick. To New Brunswick it also gave a Parliament and a Governor of its own. Fredericton became its Capital. After that date Nova Scotia meant only the southern half and the Halifax government no longer held jurisdiction over New Brunswick or its people. During 1783 and the first half of 1784 more than 20,000 Loyalists came direct to New Brunswick. In early 1784 more than 8,000 more Loyalists came there from Shelbome. Thus the new Province of New Brunswick started with around 30,000 people of British stock. Our Robert Merritt was among those who left Shelbome early in 1784 and came to Parr Town and settled on farms up along the St. John River, on land assigned to them by the British Govemment. Here hope and courage began to tum the dense forests into tillable fields with comfortable homes for its people. Robert Merritt took up a land grant on the Long Reach, the part of that country between where the Bellisle and Kennebecosis Rivers emptied into the St. John River. His holdings were forty odd miles up the St. John River on the west side at, what a few years later, becameHampstead, Queens County. Later he added to his land grant. Robert's brother Thomas IV went to St. John and lived there the balance of his live. He died in 1821 aged 92 years and is buried in Kings Square Cemetery. Two of Thomas' sons, David D. and Nehemiah, also lived the balance of their lives in St. John, becoming wealthy merchants there. His oldest son, Thomas V, went to St. Catherines, Ontario in 1796 and settled there and there raised his family. When the war ended, notice was posted that all rebels who wished to do so could return to their homes and property unmolested. Believing in the sincerity of that proclaimation Thomas IV and two of his sons, Thomas V and Shuball, went back to Bedford their former home. Soon after their return a riot broke out in Bedford with the Whigs fighting the retumed (former) rebels and in this riot, Shuball was shot down in the street in front of his wife's parents' home, and killed. Immediately following that, after Thomes IV and his son David gave Shuball decent burial, Thomas IV and 3 of his sons -- Thomas V, David and Nehemiah -- left Bedford, never to retum, and went to New York City. There they joined the first shipload of Loyalists leaving for the St. John River Country. Mary Hamilton joined her husband (Thomas V) in the exodus. During the stay in New York waiting for the ship to sail she gave birth to a daughter who soon died. When winter came to Parr Town (later St. John city) all found its cold and foggy weather very trying, especially Mary Hamilton Merritt, bom and raised in the Carolinas. Before the spring of 1784 she gave birth to another daughter and it too soon died there. With the coming of the 1784 summer Thomas V and his wife Mary returned to New York City and later to Bedford, Westchester County where they lived for a few years. Then in the late 1794 she again gave birth to another daughter. Colonel Simcoe made a trip overland in 1795 to Upper Canada to try to secure land grants for his Rangers. His visit proved successful so he returned to New York State and proclaimed to his old soldiers that they could get fine land, free in Ontario. Result -- hundreds took his advice. Thomas Merritt V and his wife Mary with their two young children joined these and 1796 they all went to Ontario -- overland. The Merritts settled at what is now St. Catherines, Ontario where more children were bom to them. Thomas V died there in 1842. A Robert listed in ref'd book, arrived on the ship Cy (Cyrus?). Robert Merritt, Probate, 1801 [Abstract] Robert Merritt of the parish of Hampstead in the County of Queens and province of New Brunswick. After the payment of all my just debts and funeral charges, I give to my wife Elizabeth the whole of my lands, cows, sheep, hogs, house and household furniture during her natural life. To my son Caleb the sum of ten shillings. To my granddaughter Anna ____ one cow and three sheep and one bed and bedding and six chairs, one pot and one kettle and six knives and forks and six spoons and whatever may remain of my estate after my time comes shall be equally divided among my three sons and five daughters only, with the provision that there shall be paid to my grandson and granddaughter ____ _____ and Elizabeth Merritts the sum of six pounds five shillings each. I do hearby ordain John Golding Esq. And my sons Gilbert and Jorael [spelling unsure] executors. Witnesses: Stephen Golding Thomas Golding Robert Merritt Sr. and his wife Elizabeth lived and raised their 6 children in Hampstead, Long Island, NY. After the Revolutinonary War between the U.S. and Great Britain, the British Govt. offered to transport all Loyalist to Canada and give them tracts of land. Robert of Westchester Co., N.Y. early in 1783 with his brother and his own wife and their 6 children along with 10,000 other Loyalist went to Port Roseway (now Shelborne) Nova Scotia, Can. They were transported and given land by the British Government. He filed land claims on the mainland & McNutt Island. Dissatisfied, 8000 of the 9000 Loyalist including Robert moved to N.B. in 1784. It was a harsh very cold winter and the soil was not suitable for farming. Until Aug 8, 1784 New Brunswick was part of Nova Scotia. At this date the new Province of New Brunswick was established with Fredricton as its Capitol. Robert Merritt took a land grant 40 miles up the St.John river on the West side. This land is called 'Long Reach' which is between where the Bellesile and Kennebecosis Rivers empty into the St. John River. Later his district became Hampstead and the surrounding County, Queens County. Some Loyalists went to Halifax, a few to Digby, most of them to Parr Town (Now St.John) and up the river to farms assigned to them by the British Government. Robert lived at Long Reach, N.B., Canada. Robert, from Queen's County, NY listed in the 'Returns of derelict Property within the British Lines assigned or leased by His Excellency, Lt. Gen. Robertson for His Majesty's use or for the relief of his Loyal Subjects driven from their Habitations by the Rebels.' 'The King's Loyal Americans: The Canadian Fact' Passenger Lists. By B. Wood-Holt (1991), p. 281.
Birth*: 10 March 1731, Rye, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: before 1763, Long Island, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Elizabeth Robinson
Immigration*: 1783, Shelburne, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Death*: December 1802, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. 1694, d. 1748
Mother: Mary Underhill b. 1698, d. 10 April 1735

Family:

Elizabeth Robinson b. 1742, d. 1825

Children:

Caleb Merritt b. 1763, d. 5 Aug 1821
Gilbert Merritt+ b. 16 Nov 1765, d. 16 Oct 1846
Annie Merritt b. 1766, d. 1788
Mary Merritt b. 1768
Israel Merritt b. 1769, d. 4 Apr 1829
Robert Jr. Merritt b. 14 Sep 1771, d. 22 Feb 1865

Robert Merritt
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Birth*: 19 January 1689/90, Rye, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. May 1634, d. 10 November 1725
Mother: Jane Sherwood b. 3 December 1636, d. 4 January 1684/85

Robert Jr. Merritt
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Birth*: 14 September 1771, Long Island, New York, U.S.A.
Immigration*: 1783, Shelburne, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Death*: 22 February 1865

Parents:

Father: Robert Merritt b. 10 March 1731, d. December 1802
Mother: Elizabeth Robinson b. 1742, d. 1825

Rose Merritt
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Birth*: 17 April 1674, Rye, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. May 1634, d. 10 November 1725
Mother: Jane Sherwood b. 3 December 1636, d. 4 January 1684/85

Samuel Merritt
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Birth*: 21 August 1672, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. May 1634, d. 10 November 1725
Mother: Jane Sherwood b. 3 December 1636, d. 4 January 1684/85

Sarah Merritt
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Birth*: 15 December 1800, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 6 June 1840, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Gilbert Merritt b. 16 November 1765, d. 16 October 1846
Mother: Phoebe Birdsill b. 14 September 1771, d. 27 February 1869

Shuball Merritt
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Birth*: 4 January 1762, Bedford, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Death*: April 1783, Bedford, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. 12 April 1729, d. 23 March 1821
Mother: Amy Purdy b. 2 November 1736, d. circa 1783

Stephen Merritt
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Birth*: 26 February 1676/77, Rye, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. May 1634, d. 10 November 1725
Mother: Jane Sherwood b. 3 December 1636, d. 4 January 1684/85

Thomas Merritt
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Note*: Their three children were bom and grew up at Rye, Westchester County, New York. After the death of his wife Mary, in 1735, Thomas III secured the services of an Aunt of his to keep house for him and his sons. She continued this task till 1749, one year after Thomas III died (at Rye), when failing health compelled her to go back to her relatives for care for herself. Since Nathaniel, the youngest of these three brothers, had died in 1746*, Thomas IV and Robert closed up the home and they each went their own way thereafter. * NOTE: This is inconsistent with other statements that Nathaniel came to New Brunswick with his two sons.
Birth*: 1694, Rye, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: before 1729, Rye, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Underhill
Death*: 1748, Rye, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Sergeant Thomas Jr. Merritt b. 31 January 1669/70, d. 30 January 1718/19
Mother: Martha Marshall b. 1680

Family:

Mary Underhill b. 1698, d. 10 April 1735

Children:

Thomas Merritt+ b. 12 Apr 1729, d. 23 Mar 1821
Robert Merritt+ b. 10 Mar 1731, d. Dec 1802
Nathaniel Merritt b. 4 Jan 1732/33, d. 10 Apr 1746

Thomas Merritt
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Note*: RMR has birth as 24 Apr 1736 Arrived on the ship Cy (Cyrus?). Thomas and one of his sons immigrated to Canada as 'Loyalists' (Loyal to the English Queen - at this time Loyalists were given transportation and free tracts of land in Canada) early in 1783 and settled permanently in Parr Town (now the city of Saint John) at the mouth of the St.John River.
Birth*: 12 April 1729, Rye, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Emigration*: 1783, New York, U.S.A.
Death*: 23 March 1821, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. 1694, d. 1748
Mother: Mary Underhill b. 1698, d. 10 April 1735

Family:

Amy Purdy b. 2 November 1736, d. circa 1783

Children:

Thomas Merritt b. 28 Oct 1759, d. 12 May 1842
Shuball Merritt b. 4 Jan 1762, d. Apr 1783
David D. Merritt b. 28 Nov 1764, d. 14 Jan 1829
John Merritt b. 4 May 1766, d. 1795
Phoebe Merritt b. 22 Jul 1768, d. 31 May 1855
Nehemiah Merritt b. 1 Dec 1770, d. 25 Mar 1842
William Merritt b. 22 Oct 1773, d. 30 Mar 1849

Thomas Merritt
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Birth*: 28 October 1759, Bedford, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Death*: 12 May 1842, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. 12 April 1729, d. 23 March 1821
Mother: Amy Purdy b. 2 November 1736, d. circa 1783

Thomas Merritt
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Note*: The first American ancestor of our (Hampstead, N.B.) Robert Sr. was Thomas Merritt. In 1662 Thomas came over from England to Massachusetts. He brought over with him his wife Jane and their three young children -- John, Alice and Joseph. Jane was the daughter of Thomas and Alice (Seabrook) Sherwood. They lived in Massachussetts only a few months, at Watertown -- then moved to Wethersfield, Connecticut where they lived for eleven years. During that eleven years, five more children were bom to them. In 1673 Thomas and his family moved to Rye, Westchester County, New York Province where still five more children were bom to them. Jane and Thomas died at Rye. 1662 is when he first appears in records at Wethersfield, Conn. It is supposed that this was about the time, or a little beforebefore, when he immigrated from England. According to various Merritt genealogies, it has been said that Thomas, his wife Jane, and their three oldest sons Immigrated from England about 1662. This is the year that he first shows up in Wethersfield, Connecticut--having purchased land here from Thomas Standish. The lot is adjoined by other Standish land on the north, the land of Robert Francis on the west, and the road to the south (Vol. 2, p30, Wethersfield town records).
Note*: This note is from Jim Merrit, descendant of Charles E. Merritt (1888-1966). This Jane is not Jane Sherwood, as a number of genealogies have it listed. Who exactly Thomas Merritt's first wife was, I don't know. Following is part of an e-mail I wrote to other Merritt decendants, with the evidence as to why Jane Sherwood is not Thomas Merritt's wife (as I see it). Thomas Sherwood, the father to Jane Sherwood, came from Ipwich England in 1636, with his wife and their four youngest children. According to a Sherwood genealogy (Daniel Sherwood and his paternal Ancestors), Thomas Sherwood's older children 'were left behind to come later, it is thought with Robert Seabrook, in 1638/9--namely: Jane, Tamsen,... Mary, and Sarah;  though we have seen it stated that Jane [Sherwood] married (in England), a Mr. Thompson, or Thomasine.  The date Jane is thought to have come over from England his about 24 years before the Merritt records have it.  If this were to follow, Jane would have been about 2 according to the date we have her born, and hardly married to Thomas Merritt, or a Mr Thompson/Thomasine (as listed in the Sherwood source above).  So, Jane must have either: been born much earlier than the date we have her born at (since she was one of the older four of eight children), or, she must have come much later, around the time we thought Thomas Merritt immigrated. If she was born much earlier, and did come to America around 1638/39, it seems more doubtful that she would have been married to Thomas, and had so many children with him.  Since she must have been older that Thomas Sherwood Jr., who was 10 in 1636.  He was the oldest of the Sherwood children to come over from Ipwich with his father and wife.  So, Jane would have had to be at least about 12 in 1636, which puts her at 36 when she married Thomas Merritt in 1656.  That's a little old to start having a dozen kids. Not a reasonable possibility. If she came over later with Thomas Merritt, somewhere between 1650-1662, that does not seem right either.  Thomas Sherwood came over in 1636. That's a fact.  I think it must be, as the Sherwood genealogy says, that Thomas Sherwood left his oldest four children in England to come later.  We have Jane Sherwood as being born in 1636.  I'm sure that her mother and father would not have left an infant in England while they packed up and moved to America. So, where does that leave us?  Either Jane was born much later, and possibly Thomas Merritt, as we really don't know for sure when he was born. Though it is possible, I doubt that back then a 22 year old Thomas Merritt would  have married a women much older than him.  More support for this is all the children he had with his first wife.  She couldn't have been much older than him to have all these children.  From the way this is starting to look, according to my logic anyway, is that Thomas Merritt's first wife was *not* Jane Sherwood, as the Revised Merritt Records state.  This is who my great uncle Othneil Merritt had as his first wife as well, though I don't know where he got the information.  I don't think he got his information from the Revised Merritt records, as a number of dates are different, and Othneil's records are lacking many dates. I guess this leaves me wondering if we really have any evidence that Jane Sherwood was the first wife of Thomas Merritt. It appears very unlikely, given the above. I tend to believe his first wife was another Jane, who's maiden name remains unknown., Principal=Jane Sherwood
Birth*: May 1634, England
Marriage*: 3 December 1656, Principal=Jane Sherwood
Emigration*: circa 1662, England
Death*: 10 November 1725, Rye, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Henry Merritt b. 1590
Mother: Deborah (?) b. circa 1595

Family:

Jane Sherwood b. 3 December 1636, d. 4 January 1684/85

Children:

John Merritt b. 10 Oct 1657, d. 10 Apr 1726
Alice Merritt b. 1 Jan 1659/60, d. 10 Jun 1680
Joseph Merritt b. 6 Jun 1662, d. 12 May 1754
Ephriam Merritt b. 5 Apr 1664
Jane Merritt b. 7 Nov 1666
Sergeant Thomas Jr. Merritt+ b. 31 Jan 1669/70, d. 30 Jan 1718/19
Samuel Merritt b. 21 Aug 1672
Joanna Merritt b. 18 Nov 1672
Nathan Merritt b. a 1673
Rose Merritt b. 17 Apr 1674
Stephen Merritt b. 26 Feb 1676/77
Edward Merritt b. 10 Mar 1678/79
Elizabeth Merritt b. 14 Apr 1683
Isaac Merritt b. 3 May 1688
Robert Merritt b. 19 Jan 1689/90

Sergeant Thomas Jr. Merritt
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Birth*: 31 January 1669/70, Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Marriage*: before 1694, Rye, New York, U.S.A., Principal=Martha Marshall
Death*: 30 January 1718/19, Rye, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. May 1634, d. 10 November 1725
Mother: Jane Sherwood b. 3 December 1636, d. 4 January 1684/85

Family:

Martha Marshall b. 1680

Children:

Benoni Merritt
Edward Merritt
John Merritt d. a 1 Jul 1753
Thomas Merritt+ b. 1694, d. 1748
Mercy Merritt b. c 1706, d. 6 May 1721

William Merritt
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Birth*: 22 October 1773, Bedford, Westchester County, New York, U.S.A.
Death*: 30 March 1849

Parents:

Father: Thomas Merritt b. 12 April 1729, d. 23 March 1821
Mother: Amy Purdy b. 2 November 1736, d. circa 1783

William Merritt
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Birth*: 10 November 1905
Death*: 26 July 1906, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: Fairhaven Cemetery, Moncton, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Othniel R. Merritt b. 15 April 1878, d. 14 March 1960
Mother: Luella A. Boyer b. circa 1878

William Merritt
Marriage*: Principal=(?) Rideout

Family:

(?) Rideout

Children:

Charlotte Merritt+ b. 25 Feb 1855, d. 5 Jul 1894

Mary E. Merywather
Marriage*: Principal=John Webster
Birth*: 1801, Bristol, England
Death*: 1885, Kensington, Prince County, Prince Edward Island

Family:

John Webster b. 1800, d. 1885

Children:

Jane Webster+ b. 25 Mar 1843, d. 9 Jan 1924

? Messenger
Death*: Deceased

Caterina Messina
Family:

Leonardo Catalano

Children:

Antonino Catalano+

Filippo Messina
Birth*: circa 1710
Marriage*: circa 1740, Principal=Leonarda Vajro

Family:

Leonarda Vajro b. circa 1720

Children:

Francesca Messina+ b. c 1740

Francesca Messina
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Birth*: circa 1740, Sicily
Marriage*: circa 1780, Principal=Pietro Lombardo

Parents:

Father: Filippo Messina b. circa 1710
Mother: Leonarda Vajro b. circa 1720

Family:

Pietro Lombardo b. circa 1750

Children:

Filippo Lombardo+ b. c 1780

Lulu M Messingham
Death*:
Note: Person Source
Note*: Person Source
Birth*: circa 1880
Marriage*: 16 August 1900, Principal=Charles E. Goodwin

Family:

Charles E. Goodwin b. 16 July 1877

Ellen Maria Metcalf
Death*: UNKNOWN

Family:

Benjamin Dyer Washburn b. 3 March 1825, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Kate Washburn b. 19 Mar 1848, d. UNKNOWN

Hannah Metcalf
Death*: Deceased

Family:

John Sherman d. Deceased

Children:

Elizabeth Sherman+ b. 10 Mar 1824, d. 24 May 1901

Augusta Metcalfe
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Walter Leslie Bragg b. 1872, d. Deceased

Charles Metcalfe
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Catherine Pullar d. Deceased

Children:

Sydney Wales Metcalfe b. 4 Aug 1885, d. Deceased

Eliza Metcalfe
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Thomas Sweet d. Deceased

Children:

Levi Densmore Sweet+ b. 22 Mar 1864, d. 31 Dec 1930

Esther Metcalfe
Marriage*: Principal=David Darling
Birth*: November 1761

Family:

David Darling b. 14 April 1753

Margaret Metcalfe
Marriage*: 1757, Principal=John Marjoribank
Death*: 1771

Family:

John Marjoribank

Children:

Bernard Marjoribank+ b. 1766, d. 1828

Sarah Jane Metcalfe
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Philip Stonehouse d. Deceased

Children:

Albert Edward Stonehouse+ b. 10 Sep 1862, d. 27 Jan 1945
Ina Alveretta Stonehouse+ b. 9 Apr 1873, d. 20 Sep 1943

Sydney Wales Metcalfe
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 4 August 1885, Montreal, Québec, Canada
Marriage*: 15 May 1910, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., Principal=Frances Adele Schurman

Parents:

Father: Charles Metcalfe d. Deceased
Mother: Catherine Pullar d. Deceased

Family:

Frances Adele Schurman b. 29 December 1886, d. Deceased

Annie Metherall
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Birth*: between 1856 and 1857, Mill River, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Marriage*: 30 December 1879, Principal=Aretus Charles Muttart
Death*: 1904, South Kildare, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Aretus Charles Muttart d. Deceased

Children:

Hillard Graydon Muttart+ b. 1881, d. 23 Mar 1944
Martha Winnifred Muttart+ b. 1 Jun 1883, d. 4 Dec 1967
Jennie Hazel Muttart+ b. 8 Feb 1886, d. 6 Dec 1953
Millicent Azetta Muttart b. 8 Aug 1887, d. 22 Sep 1973
George Metherall Muttart+ b. 19 Jan 1892, d. 15 Jan 1977

Annie Evaline Metherall
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 12 October 1892

Parents:

Father: Peter Metherall b. 1 April 1853, d. 5 April 1929
Mother: Christiana Linda Muttart d. Deceased

Family:

Samuel Rhodes d. Deceased

Children:

Richard Rhodes d. Deceased
Ruth Rhodes d. Deceased
Norma Rhodes d. Deceased

Christopher Metherall
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Grace ? d. Deceased

Children:

Thomas Metherall+ d. Deceased

Eliza Jane Metherall
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Birth*: 1857
Marriage*: 1883, Principal=Andrew Bell
Death*: 1926

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Andrew Bell d. Deceased

Elizabeth Wellsford Metherall
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: circa 1827
Marriage*: before 1854, Principal=Samuel Gard

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall d. Deceased
Mother: Ann Crue d. Deceased

Family:

Samuel Gard d. Deceased

George Tennyson Metherall
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 10 October 1884

Parents:

Father: Peter Metherall b. 1 April 1853, d. 5 April 1929
Mother: Christiana Linda Muttart d. Deceased

Joseph Christopher Metherall
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Birth*: 16 April 1862
Marriage*: 17 February 1884, Cascumpeque, Prince Edward Island, Canada, Principal=Sarah Gorrill
Death*: 1947

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Sarah Gorrill d. Deceased

Joseph Wellsford Metherall
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Birth*: 1829, Devonshire, England
Marriage*: circa 1850, Principal=Rebecca Chappell
Death*: 2 August 1916

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall d. Deceased
Mother: Ann Crue d. Deceased

Family:

Rebecca Chappell d. Deceased

Margaret Metherall
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Birth*: 1849, Mill River, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Marriage*: 16 February 1869, Principal=Robert Hardy
Death*: 1934

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Robert Hardy d. Deceased

Mary Ann Metherall
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Birth*: circa 1826, Devonshire, England
Marriage*: 20 September 1852, St. Eleanor's, Prince Edward Island, Canada, Principal=Gilbert MacArthur
Death*: 1905

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall d. Deceased
Mother: Ann Crue d. Deceased

Family:

Gilbert MacArthur d. Deceased

Children:

Eliza Ann MacArthur b. 1858, d. 1934

Percy Lorne Metherall
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 12 February 1888

Parents:

Father: Peter Metherall b. 1 April 1853, d. 5 April 1929
Mother: Christiana Linda Muttart d. Deceased

Peter Metherall
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Birth*: 1 April 1853, Mill River, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Marriage*: 19 December 1880, Principal=Christiana Linda Muttart
Death*: 5 April 1929, Fortune Cove, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Christiana Linda Muttart d. Deceased

Children:

Vernon Atlee Metherall b. 19 Feb 1882, d. Deceased
George Tennyson Metherall b. 10 Oct 1884, d. Deceased
Percy Lorne Metherall b. 12 Feb 1888, d. Deceased
Annie Evaline Metherall+ b. 12 Oct 1892, d. Deceased

Samuel Metherall
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Birth*: 1855
Marriage*: circa 1883, Principal=Mary Bell
Death*: 1944

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Mary Bell d. Deceased

Thomas Metherall
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Birth*: 1821, Devonshire, England
Marriage*: 1849, Principal=Jane Gard
Death*: 1893

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall d. Deceased
Mother: Ann Crue d. Deceased

Family:

Jane Gard d. Deceased

Children:

Margaret Metherall b. 1849, d. 1934
Thomas Metherall b. 1851, d. 1939
Peter Metherall+ b. 1 Apr 1853, d. 5 Apr 1929
Samuel Metherall b. 1855, d. 1944
Annie Metherall+ b. bt 1856 - 1857, d. 1904
Eliza Jane Metherall b. 1857, d. 1926
Joseph Christopher Metherall b. 16 Apr 1862, d. 1947

Thomas Metherall
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Birth*: 1851
Marriage*: 1877, Principal=Eliza Ann MacArthur
Death*: 1939

Parents:

Father: Thomas Metherall b. 1821, d. 1893
Mother: Jane Gard d. Deceased

Family:

Eliza Ann MacArthur b. 1858, d. 1934

Thomas Metherall
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: Devonshire, England

Parents:

Father: Christopher Metherall d. Deceased
Mother: Grace ? d. Deceased

Family:

Ann Crue d. Deceased

Children:

Thomas Metherall+ b. 1821, d. 1893
Mary Ann Metherall+ b. c 1826, d. 1905
Elizabeth Wellsford Metherall b. c 1827, d. Deceased
Joseph Wellsford Metherall b. 1829, d. 2 Aug 1916

Vernon Atlee Metherall
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Death*: Deceased
Birth*: 19 February 1882

Parents:

Father: Peter Metherall b. 1 April 1853, d. 5 April 1929
Mother: Christiana Linda Muttart d. Deceased


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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