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Ancestors of Donald Albery Bone



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4. Donald Albery1 BONE (child of Milton, #8); (a.k.a. Grandpa, Aubrey);[1],[2] born 17 Dec 1909 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[3] married Muriel Irene Boyd, daughter of Robert Boyd Jr. and Muriel May Marchment, 17 Oct 1936 at Baptist Church, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[4] died 2 Apr 1996 at Queensway General Hospital, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, at age 86.

He was also known as Aubrey D. Bone. Around 1927 or 28, Albery quit high school and began working as a gopher at Toronto Carpet and then Toronto Hydro. He returned to complete his high school Grade 13 diploma at night school.[5],[6],[7] In 1930, Albery joined Canada Foils as an order clerk. The next year, he used his holidays to visit customer plants, and eventually became Canada Foils' first salesman.[8],[9] In 1937, Donald Albery Bone and Muriel Irene Boyd lived at 76 Methuen Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[10] Between 1938 and 1950, Donald Albery Bone and Muriel Irene Boyd lived at 4 Brumell Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with Irene's mother Muriel.[11] At Canada Foils Ltd., Albery moved from Export Manager (1941), to Assistant Sales Manager (1943), to Sales Manager (1945) and finally General Sales Manager by 1949.[12] Between 1951 and 1983, Donald Albery Bone and Muriel Irene Boyd lived at 22 Kenridge Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[13] In 1957, Albery became a manager at Bradshaws, and stayed with them until 1962.[14] Albery became Ontario Sales Manager in the Packaging Division of Reynold's Aluminum in 1963.[15] Albery retired from Reynold's Aluminum in 1974, but continued consulting for Progressive Packaging.[16],[17] Between Jun 1983 and Apr 1996, Donald Albery Bone and Muriel Irene Boyd lived at 820 Burnhamthorpe Rd., Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada.[18],[19]



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    8. Milton Ernest Edward2 BONE (child of Harry, #16);[20],[21] born 18 Feb 1880 at Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada;[22],[23],[24] married Jane Bain (see #9), daughter of Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie, 28 Jan 1908 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Ernest was 28, and a business manager, and Jane was 26. Witnesses were Mac J. Cockburn and W.J. McLean of Toronto. H.A. MacPherson officiated;[25],[26] died of myocardial degeneration and hypertension 7 Sep 1946 at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 66;[27] buried 10 Sep 1946 at St. George's On-The-Hill, Range 9 North, S 1/2 lot 16, plot 3, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, after service at Turner & Porter Funeral Home on Roncesvalles Ave.[28]

    Records first describe Ernest, or Milton as he was also called, as a machinist apprentice in 1901, and a machinist since 1902, at age 20.[29],[30],[31] Working for Russel Motor Car Company, Ernest probably road tested the first Canadian-made automobiles: the 1903 electric Ivanhoe, and the 1905 gasoline engine Russel model A.[32],[33] Between 1909 and 1946, Milton Ernest Edward Bone and Jane Bain lived at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with Ernest's parents, until Harry died in 1912, and Kate in 1922.[34] He and Jane Bain appeared on the census of 1911 at 185 Fern Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Ernest (29) was a toolmaker for Toronto Cycle Works 48hrs/week, and Jennie (29), Donald Albery (1), and Ernest's parents Harry (66) and Kate (60) were present.[35] In 1911, Ernest was a foreman at Canada Cycle and Motor Co., a Tommy Russel company and home of the Russel motor car. Ernest had also been a painter from 1909-1911, but from 1912 on, he was described as a toolmaker or machinist.[36] Around 1910 to 1914, Ernest was in charge of testing sleeve valve technology that was incorporated into Russel's "Silent Knight" engine.[32],[37] In 1915, the Russel Motor Car Co. was bought by Willys-Overland Ltd. and switched from producing automobiles to mostly munitions during the Great War in Europe. Ernest, and his son Ernie, worked for various Tommy Russel companies until the 1930's: Russel Motor Car Co., Russel Gear & Machine, and Canadian Acme Screw & Gear Ltd.[38],[36] Ernest was a foreman at British American Razors in 1931, then a toolmaker for Acme Screw & Gear in 1933. He was a machinist for Eatons from 1935-36, Beaver Laundry Machines in 1937, and Canadian Theatre & Electric in 1938.[36] From 1939 until 1945, Ernest worked as a toolmaker for General Theatre Supply.[39] His obituary in Sep 1946 read, "Pioneer Figure In The Auto Industry: ...driver of the first Canadian made automobile, M. Ernest Bone, aged 66, died yesterday at his home, 185 Fern Ave. ...moved to Toronto in 1900 and began work soon afterward for the old Russell Motor Car Co. of Weston. ...was also believed to have been the first motorist to drive from Toronto to Ottawa. ...attended Church of the Epiphany, Queen St. W., and was a member of the Oddfellows and the Ancient Order of Foresters."[40]

    Children of Milton Ernest Edward2 Bone and Jane Bain (see #9) all born at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, were as follows:

    • 4. i. Donald Albery1 Bone.

    • ii. Milton George Bone; born 12 Aug 1911;[41],[42] married Leonora Elouise Zacharias 19 Apr 1968 at Calgary, Alberta, Canada;[43] died circa 1988 at Calgary, Alberta, Canada.[44]

      George was a clerk from 1941-1945.[45] He joined the General Church of the New Jerusalem in 1945 at Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.[46]

    • iii. Mary Ethel Bone; born 31 Jan 1915;[41] married Leslie Thompson 7 Sep 1935 at Church of the Epiphany, Ontario, Canada;[47] died 16 Jan 2009 at Ontario, Canada, at age 93.[48]

    • iv. Ernest Bone; born 8 Aug 1917;[41] married Mary Mihalec 24 Sep 1966 at St. Mary's Church, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada; by Rev. Donald Bone, Ernest's nephew;[49] died 26 Jan 2000 at Humber River Regional Hospital, 200 Church St., Weston, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 82;[50],[51] buried at St. George's On-The-Hill, Islington, Ontario, Canada.[52]

      After a short time at Eaton's with his father, Ernie began working as a junior clerk at Canadian Acme Screw & Gear, around 1937.[53] He began military service in 1944 with Royal Canadian Air Force, and was a flight trainer by 1945.[54] Between 1946 and 1954, Ernest Bone continued to live at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with his mother.[55] In 1947, Ernie became a salesman for Berkel Prod. Co. and remained there until 1954.[56] In 1955, Ernie began working for Globe Slicers, becoming Sales Manager by 1965.[57] Between 1955 and 1994, Ernest Bone lived at 5 Charleston Rd., Islington, Ontario, Canada, with his mother until 1966, and then with wife Mary from 1966-81.[58],[59] Between 1994 and 2000, Ernest Bone lived at Central Park Lodge, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[59]

    • v. Ethel Stallard Bone; born 15 Apr 1919;[41] married Donald Earle Nash 15 Feb 1947 at Church of the Epiphany, Ontario, Canada;[60] died 12 Jan 2004 at Ontario, Canada, at age 84.[61]

      Ethel worked as a stenographer for Canadian Acme Screw & Gear from 1941-1943, and with Mining Corp. from 1945-1947.[62]

    • vi. Eileen Bone; born 27 Apr 1921;[63] married Douglas William George James 15 Apr 1944 at Church of the Epiphany, Ontario, Canada; where Douglas was son of George James. Mrs. Edna Relyea (nee Bain, bride's aunt) sang during signing of register;[47],[64] died May 1992 at age 71.[65]

    9. Jane2 BAIN (child of Donald, #18);[66],[67] born 27 May 1881 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[68],[69],[70] married Milton Ernest Edward Bone (see #8), son of Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard, 28 Jan 1908 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Ernest was 28, and a business manager, and Jane was 26. Witnesses were Mac J. Cockburn and W.J. McLean of Toronto. H.A. MacPherson officiated;[25],[26] died of atherosclerotic heart disease 28 Oct 1966 at Clarkson, Peel Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 85;[71] buried 31 Oct 1966 at St. George's On-The-Hill, Range 9 North, S 1/2 lot 16, plot 3, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada.[28]

    Between 1909 and 1946, Jane Bain and Milton Ernest Edward Bone lived at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with Ernest's parents, until Harry died in 1912, and Kate in 1922.[34] She and Milton Ernest Edward Bone appeared on the census of 1911 at 185 Fern Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Ernest (29) was a toolmaker for Toronto Cycle Works 48hrs/week, and Jennie (29), Donald Albery (1), and Ernest's parents Harry (66) and Kate (60) were present.[35] She was confirmed on 3 Apr 1938 at Church of the Epiphany, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; by Rev. Despard.[72] Between 1946 and 1954, Jane Bain lived at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, living with her son Ernest.[73] Between 1955 and 1966, Jane Bain lived at 5 Charleston Rd., Islington, Ontario, Canada, with son Ernest.[74],[75]



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      16. Harry Albery3 BONE (child of Thomas, #32);[76],[77] born 27 Feb 1837 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[78],[79] baptized 23 Apr 1837 at Petworth, Co. Sussex, England;[80],[81] married Kate Stallard (see #17), daughter of Edward George James Stallard and Ann Chalcraft, 28 Sep 1861 at Congregational Chapel, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; when Harry was recorded to be 24 and a Maltster in Petersfield, and Kate 18 years of age in Sheet, witnessed by Edward Stallard (Kate's father) and Frances Stallard (her sister);[82] died of heart failure 15 Dec 1912 at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 75;[83],[84] buried 18 Dec 1912 at St. George's On-The-Hill, Range 9 North, S 1/2 lot 16, plot 3, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada.[85],[86]

      Harry may have attended Churcher's College sometime between 1847 and 1858. He later told how he could pick from his father's apple trees reaching over the fence from the school yard. He may instad have attended the British boys and girls school on College Street.[87] He was a Master Brewer and beer retailer in 1865 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[88],[89] He and Kate Stallard emigrated between 1867 and 1871 to Canada; Possibly the Bones first settled in Islington, Ontario (prob. with the Stallards in 1867) -- just west of Toronto, then moved on to St. Joseph, Missouri, and then returned to Allandale and Barrie by 1880.[90],[91],[92] In Barrie, on the birth of his son Ernest in 1880, Harry was recorded to be a Maltster.[93] From 1880 to 1883, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at Allendale, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.[94] From 1884 to 1886, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 6 West Ellen Street, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, as renters.[95],[96],[97] From 1887 to 1890, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 6 West Ellen Street, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, it is assumed.[98] In Dec. 1890, Harry purchased Lot 3, Tiffin St., Barrie from George Morran of Toronto, for $300. It was arranged that $8 monthly instalment be made (3¼ years).[99] He and Kate Stallard appeared on the census of 1891 at Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Harry (54) was a baggage man. Kate (40), and Ernest (11) and Ethel (9) were present, and they lived in a wooden house.[100] From 1891 to 1893, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at Lot 3, Tiffin Street, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.[101],[102] Harry sold the Tiffin St. property for $1 to Naughton Lennox of Barrie in May 1893. It appears he borrowed against the property in 1892, and Mr. Lennox purchased that 'debt' when Harry was unable to repay. This may explain the story "had a house in Barrie, but was cheated out of it."[103],[104] In 1899, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 116 Northcote, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[105] In 1900, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 103 Argyle, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[106] In 1901, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 45 Noble, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[107] He and Kate Stallard appeared on the census of 11 Apr 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where they were in a 6-room rental. Harry was recorded as "Aubrey Bone", age 60 (but no birth date given), retired and Episcopal. Kate was recorded as age 50, born 24 Feb 1850. Milton E., 18 year old Machinist Apprentice, and Ethel A. age 16 also present.[108] From 1902 to 1907, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 234 Lisgar Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Harry (going by Aubrey) was recorded as a brewer, and Milton E(rnest) as a machinist. In 1904 Harry was employed as an elevator Operator at the Toronto Arcade on Yonge Street.[109] In 1908, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 88 MacDonell, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[110] From 1909 to 1912, Harry Albery Bone and Kate Stallard lived at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Harry was an elevator operator.[111] He and Kate Stallard appeared on the census of 1911 at 185 Fern Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Harry (66) and Kate (60), were present, with also son Ernest (29) who worked for Toronto Cyclke Works 48hrs/week, and Jennie (29), and Donald Albery (1).[35]

      Children of Harry Albery3 Bone and Kate Stallard (see #17) were as follows:

      • 8. i. Milton Ernest Edward2 Bone.

      • ii. Ethel Albery Bone; born 28 Nov 1882 at Ontario, Canada;[112],[113],[114] married George James Trimble 20 Nov 1905 at St. Barnabas, Chester Anglican Church, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where George, widower, a presser in Toronto, b. Orangeville, was son of David Trimble and Hannah Wrigglesworth, Rev. Frank Vipond officiating;[115],[116] died 31 Jan 1977 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 94;[117],[118] buried 2 Feb 1977 at Pine Hills Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, after services at Humphrey Funeral Home.[119]

        In 1906, Ethel Albery Bone and George James Trimble lived at 54 Crawford, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for the birth of Pearl.[120],[121] In 1907, Ethel Albery Bone and George James Trimble lived at 67 MacDonell Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, for birth of Gladys.[122] She and George James Trimble emigrated in 1908 to United States of America.[123] She and George James Trimble appeared on the census of 1910 at Richmond St. (Ward 26), Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, United States of America; where George J (37) was a produce salesman, Ethel B (26), Pearl S (4), Gladys L (2) were present.

        [124] She and George James Trimble appeared on the census of 1920 at Park Ave. (Ward 3), Yonkers, Westchester Co., New York, United States of America; where George J (47) was salesman of butter and eggs, and Ethel B (34), Pearl S (13), Gladys J (12), and Frederick (6) were present.

        [125]

      17. Kate3 STALLARD (child of Edward, #34);[126],[127] born 14 Feb 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[128],[129] christened 6 Aug 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[130] married Harry Albery Bone (see #16), son of Thomas Reading Bone and Elizabeth Albery, 28 Sep 1861 at Congregational Chapel, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; when Harry was recorded to be 24 and a Maltster in Petersfield, and Kate 18 years of age in Sheet, witnessed by Edward Stallard (Kate's father) and Frances Stallard (her sister);[82] died of bronchitis and pneumonia 13 Oct 1922 at 185 Fern Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 79;[84],[131] buried 16 Oct 1922 at St. George's On-The-Hill, Range 9 North, S 1/2 lot 16, plot 3, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, where plot map says, "Probably Kate Bone 1922."[132],[28]

      She and Harry Albery Bone emigrated between 1867 and 1871 to Canada; Possibly the Bones first settled in Islington, Ontario (prob. with the Stallards in 1867) -- just west of Toronto, then moved on to St. Joseph, Missouri, and then returned to Allandale and Barrie by 1880.[90],[91],[92] From 1880 to 1883, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at Allendale, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.[94] From 1884 to 1886, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 6 West Ellen Street, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, as renters.[95],[96],[97] From 1887 to 1890, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 6 West Ellen Street, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada, it is assumed.[98] In Dec. 1890, Harry purchased Lot 3, Tiffin St., Barrie from George Morran of Toronto, for $300. It was arranged that $8 monthly instalment be made (3¼ years).[99] She and Harry Albery Bone appeared on the census of 1891 at Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Harry (54) was a baggage man. Kate (40), and Ernest (11) and Ethel (9) were present, and they lived in a wooden house.[100] From 1891 to 1893, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at Lot 3, Tiffin Street, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada.[101],[102] In 1899, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 116 Northcote, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[105] In 1900, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 103 Argyle, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[106] In 1901, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 45 Noble, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[107] She and Harry Albery Bone appeared on the census of 11 Apr 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where they were in a 6-room rental. Harry was recorded as "Aubrey Bone", age 60 (but no birth date given), retired and Episcopal. Kate was recorded as age 50, born 24 Feb 1850. Milton E., 18 year old Machinist Apprentice, and Ethel A. age 16 also present.[108] From 1902 to 1907, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 234 Lisgar Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Harry (going by Aubrey) was recorded as a brewer, and Milton E(rnest) as a machinist. In 1904 Harry was employed as an elevator Operator at the Toronto Arcade on Yonge Street.[109] In 1908, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 88 MacDonell, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[110] From 1909 to 1912, Kate Stallard and Harry Albery Bone lived at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Harry was an elevator operator.[111] She and Harry Albery Bone appeared on the census of 1911 at 185 Fern Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Harry (66) and Kate (60), were present, with also son Ernest (29) who worked for Toronto Cyclke Works 48hrs/week, and Jennie (29), and Donald Albery (1).[35] Between 1912 and 1922, Kate Stallard lived at 185 Fern Avenue, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with her son Milton Ernest Bone and his family.[133]



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        18. Donald3 BAIN (child of John, #36);[134],[135] born 23 Dec 1859 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[136],[137],[138] married Mary McKenzie (see #19), daughter of Neil McKenzie and Ellen Holland, 12 Nov 1879 at East Park Church, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Donald was recorded to be a carpenter;[139],[140] died of tuberculosis 12 Aug 1915 at Redwood, Lake Joseph, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada, at age 55;[141] buried 14 Aug 1915 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Plot K, sect 14, lot 11, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, after funeral at J. D. McGill's undertaking parlours, 346 Bloor Street West.[142],[143]

        Between 1879 and 1881, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 229 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and was listed in the city directories as a carpenter. No census record for 1881 has been found.[144],[145] Between 1881 and 1882, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 46 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[146],[147] Between 1884 and 1889, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 180 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and listed as a carpenter with J. P. Wagner & Co.[148] In 1890, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 162 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[149] He and Mary McKenzie appeared on the census of 1891 at St. Patrick's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and records Donald was age 30, born in Australia [?], mother and father both from Scotland. He was Presbyterian, a carpenter, and could read and write. Mary (28) was born in Quebec; her mother was from Quebec, father from Scotland. She was Presbyterian and able to read and write. Jennie (10), Bella (7), Mabel (5), May (2) and Edna (3 mos.) were also present.[150] In 1891, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 105 Harbord St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[151] Between 1892 and 1906, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 175 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and was listed as a builder.[152] He and Mary McKenzie appeared on the census of 11 Apr 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Donald (41) was a builder, owned 2 homes and lots, and a warehouse. Mary (39), Jennie (19), Bella (17), Mabel (15), May (12), Edna (10), and Margorie (8) were present. Also living in the home was the Box family, George, Kate, and Ethel.[153] Between 1907 and 1909, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 484 Dovercourt Road, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[154] In 1910, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 271 Crawford St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[155] He not yet found on the census of 1911.[156] Between 1911 and 1912, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 16 Biggar Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[157] Donald crossed into the U.S. at Port Huron, Michigan in Mar 1912, and again in Sep 1912 with daughter Jane Bone, destination Longmont, Boulder Co., Colorado.[158] Between 1913 and 1914, Donald Bain and Mary McKenzie lived at 26 Biggar Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, but Donald and Mary may have also been spending time in Denver, Colorado.[159],[160]

        Children of Donald3 Bain and Mary McKenzie (see #19) all born at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, were as follows:

        • 9. i. Jane2 Bain.

        • ii. Isabel Bain;[161],[161] born 21 Mar 1884;[68] married Walter Davis 20 Jun 1905 at York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Isabel (21) and Walter (21) were of Toronto.[162],[163],[164]

          She was also known as Bella.[165] She appeared on the census of 11 Apr 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; working in wholesale millinery.[166] In 1907, Isabel Bain and Walter Davis lived at 304 Dovercourt Rd, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[167] She lived in 1959 at Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario, Canada.[168]

        • iii. Mabel Bain;[161],[161] born 3 Mar 1886;[68] died Mar 1960;[169] buried 17 Mar 1960 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Plot K, sect 14, lot 11, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[143]

        • iv. Mary Bain;[161],[161] born 25 Jul 1888.[68]

          She was also known as May.[165] She lived in 1959 at Germany; and was unmarried.[170]

        • v. Edna Bain;[161],[161] born 27 Jan 1891;[68] married William Osborne Relyea 9 Jun 1915 at 21 Norwood Rd, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Edna was recorded as 24, daughter of Donald and Mary MacKenzie [sic], with her religion recorded as Disciple. William was from Cornwall, 27 years of age, and a Methodist. The service was Baptist, and witnessed by Mary Bain and P. J. Relyea;[171] died 16 Oct 1974 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 83;[172],[173] buried 10 Jan 1975 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Plot K, sect 14, lot 11, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, marked by flat metal plaque.[143]

          William took over the boot and shoe business of his father in Cornwall, Ontario, in 1919.[174] William died in 1926, and Edna returned to Toronto with her family.[175] She was living in 1974 at Apt 804, 77 St. Clair Ave. East, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[176]

        • vi. Margorie Bain;[161],[161] born 23 Mar 1893;[68] married Norman Lloyd;[177] died 29 May 1959 at age 66;[172] buried 30 May 1959 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[168]

        19. Mary3 MCKENZIE (child of Neil, #38);[178],[179] born 27 Mar 1858 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[180],[181],[182],[183] married Donald Bain (see #18), son of John Bain and Christina Williamson, 12 Nov 1879 at East Park Church, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Donald was recorded to be a carpenter;[139],[140] died circa 1941 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[184],[185] buried 25 Apr 1941 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Plot K, sect 14, lot 11, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[143]

        She was also known as Mary Jane.[186] Between 1879 and 1881, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 229 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and was listed in the city directories as a carpenter. No census record for 1881 has been found.[144],[145] In between 1881 and 1882, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 46 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[146],[147] Between 1884 and 1889, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 180 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and listed as a carpenter with J. P. Wagner & Co.[148] In 1890, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 162 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[149] In 1891, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 105 Harbord St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[151] She and Donald Bain appeared on the census of 1891 at St. Patrick's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and records Donald was age 30, born in Australia [?], mother and father both from Scotland. He was Presbyterian, a carpenter, and could read and write. Mary (28) was born in Quebec; her mother was from Quebec, father from Scotland. She was Presbyterian and able to read and write. Jennie (10), Bella (7), Mabel (5), May (2) and Edna (3 mos.) were also present.[150] Between 1892 and 1906, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 175 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; and was listed as a builder.[152] She and Donald Bain appeared on the census of 11 Apr 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Donald (41) was a builder, owned 2 homes and lots, and a warehouse. Mary (39), Jennie (19), Bella (17), Mabel (15), May (12), Edna (10), and Margorie (8) were present. Also living in the home was the Box family, George, Kate, and Ethel.[153] Between 1907 and 1909, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 484 Dovercourt Road, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[154] In 1910, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 271 Crawford St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[155] Between 1911 and 1912, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 16 Biggar Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[157] Between 1913 and 1914, Mary McKenzie and Donald Bain lived at 26 Biggar Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, but Donald and Mary may have also been spending time in Denver, Colorado.[159],[160] On 24 Oct 1913, Mary (49) and daughters Mable (25) and Marjorie (20) crossed into the U.S. at Port Huron, Michigan, destination Denver, Colorado.[187] Donald died summer of 1915 at Redwood, Lake Joseph, Muskoka District, Ontario, Canada. In 1916, Mary McKenzie lived at 34, 150 Fermanagh Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[188] Between 1918 and 1941, Mary McKenzie lived at 26 Biggar Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[189]



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          32. Thomas Reading4 BONE (child of Thomas Reading, #64);[190],[191] christened 14 Jul 1793 at St. Mary's Upper Froyle, Froyle, Co. Hampshire, England; described in baptismal record as 'baseborn' son of Anne;[192],[193] married Elizabeth Albery (see #33), daughter of James Albery and Frances Poling, 11 Oct 1830 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; witnessed by Martha Albery. Elizabeth Albery's parents were recorded, but Thomas's were not. Thomas was a master brewer, and made his mark with an 'x'. Elizabeth signed her name;[194],[195] died "aged 69 years... His end was peace" 13 Jul 1862 at age 68;[196] buried 18 Jul 1862 at Petersfield Cemetery, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "age 69, unconsecrated ground, section KK", where the stone reads "His end was peace."[197],[198],[199]

          In 1805 and 1807, Thomas' mother and then grandmother died. His whereabouts between 1807 and 1821 are unknown. Thomas' uncle John lived until 1820, in Froyle.[200] On 21 Feb 1821, Thomas Bone was admitted to the Church of Christ (Independent), College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire.[201] It is likely that Thomas was acquainted with James Albery, a senior maltster on College St., Petersfield. Thomas was also a maltster, attended the same church as James' daughter Elizabeth from 1829, and married her in 1830.[202] He was a maltster between 1832 and 1859.[203],[204] He and Elizabeth Albery appeared on the census of 1841 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Thomas (~45) a maltster, Elizabeth (~45), Mary Ann (9), Emma (5), and Harry (4) were present. All declared born Co. Hampshire.[205],[206] He and Elizabeth Albery appeared on the census of Mar 1851 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Thomas (57) was a maltster and brewer, born in Froyle. Elizabeth (58) was born in Petersfield. Mary Anne (18), Emma (15) and Harry Albery (14) were also present.[207],[208] He and Elizabeth Albery appeared on the census of Mar 1861 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Thomas (67) was a maltster. Elizabeth (68), and Harry (24) were present (but Mary Ann and Emma were not).[207],[209]

          Children of Thomas Reading4 Bone and Elizabeth Albery (see #33) all born at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, were as follows:

          • i. Mary Ann3 Bone; born 14 Dec 1832;[210] baptized 13 Jan 1833 at Church Of Christ (Independent), Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[80],[210] married Charles Lillywhite 11 Feb 1858 at Congregational Chapel, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; witnessed by Thomas Bone, who signed his name;[211] died where age recorded as 66 yrs 5 Oct 1898 at Yew Villa, Steep, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 65;[212],[213],[214] buried 7 Oct 1898 at Steep Churchyard, Steep, Co. Hampshire, England, "65, of Yew Villa, Steep."[215],[216]

            She and Charles Lillywhite appeared on the census of 1861 at Steep, Co. Hampshire, England; where Charles was a Miller (31 yrs), born Ropley. Mary Ann, wife (28), born Petersfield.[217] She and Charles Lillywhite lived in 1861 at Yew Villa, Steep, Co. Hampshire, England.[218] She and Charles Lillywhite appeared on the census of 1881 at Sheet Bridge Mill, Steep, Co. Hampshire, England; where Charles (59) was a miller, and Mary Ann (48) and servant Mary Gillman (26) were present.[219] She and Charles Lillywhite appeared on the census of 1891 at Sheet Bridge Mill, Steep, Co. Hampshire, England; where Charles (69) was a miller, and Mary Ann (58) and servant Mary Gillman (37) were present.[220] The Lillywhite's house at Steep remained at least until the end of the 20th Century, being considerably enlarged, and now known as Elmwood.[221]

          • ii. Emma Bone; born 29 Aug 1835;[222] baptized 11 Nov 1835 at Church Of Christ (Independent), Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where mother's name recorded as Elizabeth Albery (instead of Albury as found on sibling Mary and Harry's christening records);[80],[222] died of consumption 7 Aug 1853 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 17.[223]

          • 16. iii. Harry Albery Bone.

          33. Elizabeth4 ALBERY (child of James, #66); whose name was also spelled Albury and Alberry;[224],[225] born 29 Mar 1793 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[226],[227] baptized 25 Apr 1793 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[228],[227] married Thomas Reading Bone (see #32), son of Thomas Reading and Ann Bone, 11 Oct 1830 at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; witnessed by Martha Albery. Elizabeth Albery's parents were recorded, but Thomas's were not. Thomas was a master brewer, and made his mark with an 'x'. Elizabeth signed her name;[194],[195] died of cold weather and old age 6 Feb 1879 at Steep, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 85;[229],[230] buried 8 Feb 1879 at Petersfield Cemetery, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England, "Elizabeth Bone of Sheet age 85, unconsecrated section (K)."[231],[232]

          Elizabeth was admitted to the Church of Christ (Independent), College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, on 2 Jan 1829.[233] She and Thomas Reading Bone appeared on the census of 1841 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Thomas (~45) a maltster, Elizabeth (~45), Mary Ann (9), Emma (5), and Harry (4) were present. All declared born Co. Hampshire.[205],[206] She and Thomas Reading Bone appeared on the census of Mar 1851 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Thomas (57) was a maltster and brewer, born in Froyle. Elizabeth (58) was born in Petersfield. Mary Anne (18), Emma (15) and Harry Albery (14) were also present.[207],[208] She and Thomas Reading Bone appeared on the census of Mar 1861 at College Street, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England; where Thomas (67) was a maltster. Elizabeth (68), and Harry (24) were present (but Mary Ann and Emma were not).[207],[209] She appeared on the census of 1871 at 2 St. Mary's Terrace, Sheet St., Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England; where Elizabeth (78) was a widow.[234]


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