Research Notes: Balaam Descendants Notes

Descendants of John Balaam



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Generation 1
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1. John1 BALAAM; married Elizabeth (--?--).[1]

Children of John1 Balaam and Elizabeth (--?--) were:

  • 2. i. Henry2 Balaam, christened 20 Jan 1651 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; married Elizabeth Crofts.



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2. Henry2 BALAAM (child of John1);[2],[3] christened 20 Jan 1651 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where father was John Ballam, mother was Elizabeth;[4],[5] married Elizabeth Crofts 5 Sep 1669 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England;[6],[7] died 1685;[8] buried 20 Jun 1685 at All Hallows', Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[9]

Elizabeth CROFTS died in 1695.[10] She was buried on 31 Jan 1695 at All Hallows', Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England, where Elizabeth was a widow.[11]

Children of Henry2 Balaam and Elizabeth Crofts all born at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England, were as follows:

  • i. Henry3 Balaam;[12],[12] christened 7 Aug 1670;[13] died 1685;[14] buried 14 Jul 1685 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England, where Henry was the son of "Henry Ballum."[9]

  • ii. Elizabeth Balaam;[12],[12] christened 24 Dec 1671.[13]

  • 3. iii. Joseph Balaam, baptized 26 Oct 1684; married Sarah Evans.



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3. Joseph3 BALAAM (child of Henry2, John1);[15],[16] baptized 26 Oct 1684 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; where Joseph was son of Henry Balam, and Elizabeth;[11] married Sarah Evans 27 May 1708 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[17],[18]

Children of Joseph3 Balaam and Sarah Evans all born at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England, were as follows:

  • i. Elizabeth4 Balaam;[19],[19] christened Jun 1708;[20] died 1717;[21] buried 27 Nov 1717 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[22]

  • ii. Joseph Balaam;[23],[23] christened 2 Sep 1711.[24]

  • iii. John Balaam;[25],[25] christened 24 May 1713.[26]

  • iv. Elizabeth Balaam;[23],[23] christened 15 Jun 1718;[24] died 1719;[27] buried Feb 1719 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[22]

  • v. Mary Balaam;[25],[25] christened 31 May 1719;[26] died 1732;[28] buried 22 Aug 1732 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[29]

  • vi. Letitia Balaam;[30],[30] born 8 Apr 1722;[31] died 1723;[32] buried 9 Jan 1723 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[22]

  • 4. vii. James Balaam, christened 29 Feb 1724; married Anne Browne.

  • viii. Susanna Balaam;[23],[23] christened 26 Jan 1726;[24] died Sep 1726;[33] buried 8 Sep 1726 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[22]



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4. James4 BALAAM (child of Joseph3, Henry2, John1);[34],[35] christened 29 Feb 1724 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; where father was Joseph Balaam, mother was Sarah;[36],[37] married Anne Browne 20 Aug 1752 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; where James was of this parish (batchelor) and Anne was of Tottenham (spinster), by banns;[38],[39] died 1808;[40] buried 13 Mar 1808 at Bowes farm, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England, where James, a blacksmith, was aged 84 yrs.[41]

He gave testimony at the trial of two men, one of whom worked and lodged with him. "I keep a blacksmith's shop. Robert served his time with me; he behaved very well, and was very honest. He went journey-work for about two years and a half after his time was out, and since that he has worked for me again, till this affair. I live in South-street ward, in the parish of Edmonton" circa 30 Jun 1770.[42] He left a will on 4 Mar 1808 at Bowes farm, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; "I James Balaam of Bowes farm in the parish of Edmondon and County of Middlesex, Blacksmith... I give to my sons William and Thomas Balaam... my freehold dwelling situated at Bowes farm... divided by my executor Thomas Leach in the manner following: to my son William Balaam, the ground and house extending in front from Millers Wall to the point."[43]

Anne BROWNE was born in 1733 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[44],[45],[46] She was buried on 23 Apr 1797 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England, "Anne Balaam", aged 64, wife of James, Blacksmith.[41]

Children of James4 Balaam and Anne Browne were as follows:

  • i. James5 Balaam;[47],[47] christened 22 Jul 1753 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England;[48] he likely died as he did not appear in his father's 1808 will circa 1754;[49] he may have been buried 10 Mar 1754 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[29]

  • 5. ii. William Balaam, born circa 1754 at Co. Middlesex, England; marriage bann Elizabeth Lowen; married Elizabeth Lowen.

  • iii. Elizabeth Balaam;[50],[50] christened 7 Jan 1756 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • iv. Anne Balaam;[23],[23] christened 23 Jun 1761 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England;[24] she likely died as she did not appear in her father's 1808 will circa 1770;[49] she may have been buried 14 Jan 1770 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[29]

  • v. James Balaam;[23],[23] christened 10 Nov 1762 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • vi. Charlotte Balaam;[23],[23] christened 6 Apr 1764 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • vii. Martha Balaam;[23],[23] christened 2 Aug 1765 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • viii. George Balaam;[50],[50] christened 31 Oct 1766 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • ix. Frances Balaam;[23],[23] christened 11 Mar 1768 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • x. Samuel Balaam;[50],[50] christened 12 Jul 1769 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • xi. Lucy Balaam;[23],[23] christened 23 Nov 1770 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[24]

  • xii. Thomas Balaam;[50],[50] christened 4 Apr 1772 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; mispelled "Baalam;"[48] died aged 95 yrs between Apr 1867 and Jun 1867 at Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England.[51]

    He appeared on the census of 1841 at Bowes farm, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (~65) was a smith, with Charles Moules (~15), in the dwelling next to son Thomas (~25) a smith, his wife Sarah (~25), and their children James (4), William (2), and Emily (3 wks).[52] He appeared on the census of 1851 at Bowes farm, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; where Thomas (79) was a blacksmith b. Bowes farm, and Thomas (son, 43) a blacksmith, William (13) and Thomas (8) his grandsons were also present.[53]

  • xiii. Charles Balaam;[50],[50] christened 14 Sep 1774 at All Saints, Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, England; mispelled "Balam."[24]



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5. William5 BALAAM (child of James4, Joseph3, Henry2, John1);[54],[55] born circa 1754 at Co. Middlesex, England;[56],[57] Marriage banns for he and Elizabeth Lowen were published 27 Dec 1778 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where William was of All Hallows' and Elizabeth "Howlin" from Edmonton (also published on 3 Jan 1779 and 10 Jan 1779);[58],[59] married Elizabeth Lowen 13 Jan 1779 at Edmonton, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where William was of Tottenham;[60] died circa Aug 1843 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[61],[62] buried 14 Aug 1843 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, "age 89."[63]

He lived in 1778 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; at his marriage.[64] He appeared on the census of 1841 at Marsh Lane, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where William (~85) was a blacksmith, Sarah (~40), Emma Sawyer (15), all born Co. Middlesex.[65] He left a will on 25 Oct 1842 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; as follows: "This is the last Will and Testament of me William Balaam of Marsh Lane in the Parish of Tottenham in the County of Middlesex, Blacksmith...I give devise and bequeath unto my son Daniel Balaam ...tenement land and premises ...at Bowes Farm by the road side leading from London to Southgate in the Parish of Edmonton in the County of Middlesex being No. 1 next to Millar's Wall."[66]

Elizabeth LOWEN was born circa 1752.[67] She died circa Dec 1833 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[68] She was buried on 2 Dec 1833 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, "age 81."[69] She lived in 1778 at Edmonton, London, Co. Middlesex, England; at her marriage.[70]

Children of William5 Balaam and Elizabeth Lowen were as follows:

  • i. Anne6 Balaam;[71],[71] baptized 7 Nov 1779 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[72]

  • ii. William Balaam;[71],[71] baptized 31 May 1782 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[72]

  • iii. Elizabeth Balaam;[71],[71] baptized 6 Aug 1786 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[72]

  • iv. Carolina Balaam;[73],[73] born 27 Mar 1789 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[74] baptized 24 Apr 1789 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[75]

  • v. John Balaam;[73],[73] born 4 Mar 1791 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[74] baptized 3 Apr 1791 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[75] died 1819 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[68] buried 3 Sep 1819 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, "age 29."[69]

  • vi. Mary Balaam;[73],[73] born 22 Jun 1792 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[74] baptized 22 Jul 1792 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[75]

  • vii. Sarah Balaam;[73],[73] born 23 Dec 1793 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[74] baptized 17 Jan 1794 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[75] died circa May 1843 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[61] buried 26 May 1843 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, "Sarah Balaam ... age 49."[63]

  • 6. viii. Daniel Balaam, born 13 Dec 1796 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; married Joanna Creek; married Mary Harvey.



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6. Daniel6 BALAAM (child of William5, James4, Joseph3, Henry2, John1);[76],[77] born 13 Dec 1796 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[74] baptized 8 Jan 1797 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[75] married Joanna Creek 20 Mar 1831 at St. Bartholomew The Great, London, England;[78] married Mary Harvey, daughter of Mary (--?--), 30 Apr 1836 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Daniel was widower, Mary a spinster, and both of this parish;[79],[80],[81] he might have died Feb 1855 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, at age 58;[82],[83] buried 8 Feb 1855 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, "aged 60", service by W. C. Howell.[84]

He was a blacksmith in 1834.[85],[86] He and Mary Harvey appeared on the census of 1841 at Church Road, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Daniel (~40) was a blacksmith, Mary (~30), Johanna (8), Sarah (4), Emma (2) and Mary (2 mo) were present. All were born in Co. Middlesex except for wife Mary.[87] He and Mary Harvey appeared on the census of 1851 at Marsh Lane, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Daniel (56) was a smith and farrier with one apprentice. Mary (42) born Hadleigh Co. Essex, Sarah E. (14), Emma M. (11), Mary F. (9) were present, as was Mary's mother Mary Harvey (76) born Co. Suffolk.[88] He left a will on 1 Nov 1853 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where it says, "I Daniel Balaam of Tottenham in the County of Middlesex... bequeath unto my wife Mary... Marsh Lane... to have and to hold... her natural life and so long as she shall remain a widow..." and much more which is nearly illegible.[89]

Joanna CREEK was born circa 1800.[90] She died shortly after childbirth circa Dec 1833 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[91],[92] She was buried on 24 Dec 1833 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, "age 33."[93]

Children of Daniel6 Balaam and Joanna Creek were:

  • i. Joanna Creek7 Balaam;[94],[94] born 18 Nov 1833 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[95] baptized 5 Jan 1834 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[95]

Mary HARVEY[96] was born circa 1810 at Ardleigh, Co. Essex, England.[97],[98] She might have died in 1867 at Edmonton, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[99] She and Emma Martha Balaam appeared on the census of 1861 at Marsh Lane, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Mary (49) was a widow, and a Proprietor Of Houses, b. Ardleigh Essex, daughter Emma (21), b. Tottenham Middlesex, were present.[100]

Children of Daniel6 Balaam and Mary Harvey all born at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, were as follows:

  • i. Sarah Elizabeth7 Balaam;[101],[101] born 19 Mar 1837;[102],[103] baptized 7 May 1837 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[103] died "aged 14" 1852 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[104] buried 29 Feb 1852 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[105]

  • 7. ii. Emma Martha Balaam, born 11 May 1839; married Joseph Edmund Judd.

  • iii. Mary Frances Balaam;[106],[106] born 16 Apr 1841;[102],[107] baptized 23 May 1841 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[107] she may have married Edmund Shreeve 5 Dec 1861 at Old Church, St. Pancras, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[108] died circa May 1880 at Hackney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[109]

    She appeared on the census of 1861 at 24 Queens Rd, Brompton, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where Mary (19) was the youngest of five assistants to James and Elizabeth Leggett, linen drapers.[110]



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7. Emma Martha7 BALAAM (child of Daniel6, William5, James4, Joseph3, Henry2, John1);[111],[112] born 11 May 1839 at Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[113],[114],[107] baptized 11 Aug 1839 at All Hallows', Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[115],[107] married Joseph Edmund Judd, son of Edmund Judd and Lucy Sellmon, 29 Jun 1861 at St. Botolph Bishopgate, London, England; after banns, where Joseph (28) was a bachelor, a joiner by trade, Emma was 22, and witnesses were Albert Judd and Mary Frances Balaam;[116] died 18 Mar 1918 at 489 Marion St. W, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 78;[117] buried at St. James Cemetery, lot 155 section T, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[118]

She and Mary Harvey appeared on the census of 1861 at Marsh Lane, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Mary (49) was a widow, and a Proprietor Of Houses, b. Ardleigh Essex, daughter Emma (21), b. Tottenham Middlesex, were present.[100] In 1865, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 8 Moselle Street, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England, at the birth of daughter Augusta, where Joseph was a carpenter.[119] She and Joseph Edmund Judd emigrated on 6 Jun 1870 to Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Joseph Judd (35) was a carpenter, who with Emma (30) , Emma (7), and Augusta (4) was travelling aboard SS Austrian.[120],[121],[122],[123] She and Joseph Edmund Judd appeared on the census of 1871 at St. John's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph Edmd Judd (37) was a carpenter, with Emma Martha Judd (32), Emma Jane Judd (9), and Augusta Judd (5), declared to be Baptists.[124] From 1871 to 1873, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 558 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, Joseph was a carpenter and Emma a dress maker.[125] From 1874 to 1877, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 582 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, (renumbered from 558) where Joseph was a carpenter and also a confectioner.[126],[127] In 1878, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 590 Yonge Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Joseph was a carpenter (650 Yonge today).[128] Between 1879 and 1881, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 27 Sydenham, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a carpenter (in 1883 it was renamed Cumberland).[129],[130],[131] She and Joseph Edmund Judd appeared on the census of 1881 at Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph Judd (46) was a carpenter, with Emma Judd (41), Emma Judd (19) a servant, Agusta Judd (15) all born England, and Bertha Judd (8), Florence Judd (4), and Albert Judd (1) born in Ontario.[132] In 1882, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 21 Davenport Rd, Yorkville, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a carpenter.[133],[134] From 1882 to 1884, Emma Martha Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 49 Hayden St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; Joseph was employed by H. A. Schomberg & Co. at the same address.[135] Emma was separated from Joseph when he suffered from insanity and was removed to Rockwood Asylum in July 1884. Joseph died in 1885. In 1885, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 87 Scollard, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and may also have boarded at 14 Bishop.[136] In 1886, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 89 Scollard, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[137] In 1887, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 26 Denison, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[138] In 1888, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 23 Huron, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[139] She appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Emma Judd (51) was a seamstress, and widow, Florence (14) worked in a knitting factory, and Albert (11) was a cash and dry goods boy.[140] In 1891, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 38 Adelaid St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[141] In 1893, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 410 Delaware Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[142] In 1894, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 22 Gwynne, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[143] In 1895, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 255 Wilton Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where she was a carpet sewer for R. Powell.[144] Between 1896 and 1897, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 259 Queen St. E, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with Albert and Florence.[145] Between 1898 and 1899, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 33 River, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with son Albert, in the home of daughter Augusta Marchment.[146] In 1900, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 610 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[147] She appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Emma (61) and Florence (33) a seamstress were present, both Baptist.[148] Between 1904 and 1907, Emma Martha Balaam lived at 1075 Queen St. W., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with her daughter Gussie and Sam Marchment.[149] In 1908, Emma Martha Balaam probably lived at 489 Marion St. W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with daughter Gussie and Sam Marchment.[150] Between 1909 and 1911, Emma Martha Balaam probably lived at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with daughter Florence and James Connor.[151] She appeared on the census of 1911 at 72 Jones Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Emma Judd (72), lived with Florence (33), and her family: James Connor (33) an engineer employed on a steam boat, Albert (5), Harvey (3), Ernest (11 mo.), and Benjamin Connor (52) James' father.[152] She lived between 1912 and 1918 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; with either daughter Gussie at 489 Marion, or Florence at 72 Jones.[153] Funeral held at 489 Marion St. West on 21 Mar 1918.[154]

Joseph Edmund JUDD[155],[156] was baptized on 25 Mar 1832 at St. John the Baptist (All Saints division), Croydon, Co. Surrey, England; where father was Edmund Judd, and mother was Lucy.[157],[158] He died of "general paresis... age 50" on 27 Jun 1885 at Rockwood Asylum, Portsmouth, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 53.[159],[160] He was buried after 27 Jun 1885 at Cataraqui Cemetery, Cataraqui, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada.[161] In 1861, Joseph Edmund Judd lived at 41 Bishopgate St., London, England, at his marriage.[162] He was ill with general paresis from 1882 to 1884 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[163] Between 9 Jul 1884 and Jun 1885, Joseph Edmund Judd lived at Rockwood Asylum, Portsmouth, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada, where Joseph was judged insane and diagnosed with general paresis.[164] It was later said that Joseph was a sailor, and died at sea. His true history was not re-discovered until more than a century after his death.[165]

Children of Emma Martha7 Balaam and Joseph Edmund Judd were as follows:

  • 8. i. Emma Jane8 Judd, born 28 Apr 1862 at England; married John Henry Trevatt.

  • 9. ii. Augusta Alice Judd, born 26 Sep 1865 at 8 Moselle Street, Tottenham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; married Samuel William Marchment.

  • 10. iii. Bertha Louise Judd, born 29 May 1874 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; married William John McCormack.

  • 11. iv. Florence Isobella Judd, born 14 Jan 1877 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; married James A Connor.

  • v. Albert Edmund Judd; born 9 Oct 1879 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[166],[167],[168] married Elizabeth Glory Beatty 20 Jul 1899 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and both were Methodist;[169] died of pneumonia after suffering for one week 27 Dec 1902 at 29 Blevins, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 23.[170]

    Albert lived with his mother Emma in several different addresses, working as a "tinner" or can maker. He worked for F. X. Boehler and the Toronto Can Company from 1893 to 1901.[171] In 1900, Albert Edmund Judd and Elizabeth Glory Beatty lived at 39 Oak, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[172] In 1901, Albert Edmund Judd and Elizabeth Glory Beatty lived at 113 Peter St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[173] He and Elizabeth Glory Beatty appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Albert (21)was a tinsmith and Lizzie (20) was present. Both were Methodist.[174] In 1902, Albert Edmund Judd and Elizabeth Glory Beatty lived at 32 & 29 Blevins Place, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as a tinsmith with Macdonald Manufacturing.[175] No children were born to Albert and Elizabeth.[176]


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