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68. Edward5 STALLARD (child of William, #136);[418],[419] christened 29 Apr 1792 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[420],[421],[422] married Charlotte Todman (see #69), daughter of John Todman and Elizabeth (--?--), 28 Nov 1812 at Holy Trinity, Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England;[423],[424] died "77 years" 7 May 1869 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 77;[425],[426],[427],[428] buried at Havant Cemetery, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England;[429] his estate was probated 15 Oct 1869 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; valued at under £600.[430]

Between 1813 and 1815, Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman lived at Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England, where Edward was a fellmonger and collar maker.[431] In 1817, Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman lived at Hambledon, Co. Hampshire, England.[432] Between 1820 and 1846, Edward Stallard and Charlotte Todman lived at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[433] He was among other occupations, a collar maker between 1824 and 1843 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[434] Probably around 1831, Edward became publican or host of the "Five Bells" pub in Buriton. His mother Olive was its advertised hostess in 1830.[435],[434],[436] He was a publican, collar maker and saddler between 1831 and 1840 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[434],[437] He and Charlotte Todman appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (~45) was a parchment maker, and Charlotte (~45), Ellen (15), George (12), Albert (9), Clarissa (7), Sarah (5) were present. Their servant was Sophia Brooks (25), also her son David (10 mo.) was present.[249],[438] In 1841, Edward paid tithes for his residence, a house and garden on North Lane, and a paddock across from the Five Bells pub (his son Edward junior paid tithes for the parchment yard).[439] He and Charlotte Todman lived in 1841 at North Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward was recorded to be a parchment maker.[440] He was probably a collar maker, parchment maker and fellmonger (preparer of pelts for leather making) between 1841 and 1846 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[441],[442] By 1847, Edward and family had moved south to the coastal town of Havant, where he, joined by sons George and Albert, took over operations at the Homewell Parchment Yard.[443] He was a parchment maker and fellmonger between 1847 and 1867 at Homewell Parchment Yard, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[444] He and Charlotte Todman appeared on the census of 1851 at East Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (58) born Buriton, employed 8 men and 4 boys as a master fellmonger. Charlotte (56) born Petersfield, and George (22) a journeyman fellmonger, Albert (20) also a journeyman fellmonger, Clarissa (17) and Sarah (14) were present, and Alfred Stent (Edward's grandson, 6) was visiting.[445],[446] He was a fellmonger (preparer of pelts for leather making) circa 1853.[447] He and Charlotte Todman appeared on the census of 1861 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (68) was a fellmonger employing 3 men and 1 boy, b. Buriton Hants, Charlotte (67) b. Haslemere Surrey, Mary A Stent (39), widowed daughter, her son Alfred Stent (16), and two more grandchildren, Ellen Judd (19), and Elizabeth Judd (16) were present.[448] He left a will on 18 Sep 1862 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; Where he declared his parchment business will go to sons George and Albert, all real estate to wife Charlotte, and the residue to be divided among his seven living children, excepting Edward, and his Judd grandchildren. "I have excluded my son Edward from all benefit... because I have made adequate advances to him in my lifetime." His first codicil of 1 Apr 1864 included grandson Alfred Stent, and in the second codicil of 9 Apr 1869, he adjusted will as George and Albert had already received the parchment business, and "I also revoke the unfavourable declaration... towards my son Edward... I give him... £100."[449] He and Charlotte Todman were living in 1867 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; with son Albert.[450]

Children of Edward5 Stallard and Charlotte Todman (see #69) were as follows:

  • i. Charlotte4 Stallard; christened 28 May 1813 at St. Peter's, Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England;[451],[452] married Reverend Philip Chapman 28 Sep 1836 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Phillip was from Shoreditch, and Charlotte from Buriton;[453],[454] married (--?--) Daughtery after 1840.[455]

  • 34. ii. Edward George James Stallard.

  • iii. Frances Stallard; born circa 1816;[456] died before 1862.[457]

    Frances was not with her parents for the 1841 census, where she would have been around 25 years old.[458]

  • iv. Caroline Stallard; baptized 11 May 1817 at Hambledon, Co. Hampshire, England;[459],[460] married John Judd 7 Dec 1837 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where John resided on Sheep St. Petersfield;[461],[462] she may have died 1849 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[463],[464]

    She and John Judd lived in 1841 at Bone's Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; with Caroline's brother Edward's family. John was recorded as a baker, Edward a harness maker.[252] She and John Judd appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; John Judd (~25) a baker, Caroline Judd (~25), Charles (3) and Charlotte (1) were present. Also Caroline's brother Edward (~25) a harness maker, wife Ann (~25) and daughter Emma (4 mo.) were present.[250]

  • v. Mary Ann Stallard; christened 30 Apr 1820 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] married James Stent 9 May 1840 at Alverstoke, Co. Hampshire, England; where James was son of John Stent (d. 1853) and Sussanna;[465],[466] died 1882.[467]

    She appeared on the census of 1851 at North Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Mary Ann (30) was widowed, a dressmaker, and James (10) and Edwin (7) were present.[468] She appeared on the census of 1861 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Mary A Stent (39), widowed, and her son Alfred (16), lived with her parents Edward (68) a fellmonger employing 3 men and 1 boy, and Charlotte (67).[469] She appeared on the census of 1881 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Mary Ann (59) was a widow, living with the family of her son Edward (40), Squarer of the Parchment Factory.[470]

  • vi. William Stallard; christened 26 Nov 1824 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] died 1825;[471] buried 9 Feb 1825 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[472]

  • vii. Ellen Stallard; christened 5 Mar 1826 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] married Rev. W. Tyson before 1851.[455],[473]

    Ellen and Rev. Tyson had 3 sons and 5 daughters.[474]

  • viii. George Stallard; christened 3 Aug 1828 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] married Charlotte Cave Ide, daughter of Willis Aylmore Ide and Charlotte Cave, 10 Feb 1853 at Warblington, Co. Hampshire, England; where George was recorded to be a fellmonger living in Havant, and Charlotte was from Warblington;[475],[476] died "aged 77" 23 Jun 1906 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 77.[477],[478]

    He was a parchment maker and fellmonger between 1847 and 1856 at Homewell Parchment Yard, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[479] Charlotte Cave Ide's family was a focus of A.D. Bone's early research of the Islington relations: her sisters Martha (1833-1914) and Sarah Ann (1836-1907) married Tier brothers Thomas (1832-1923) and Robert (1838-1913); her brother Thomas Henry (1834-1907) married Caroline Judd (1845-1913), niece of her husband George Stallard. Several Tiers and Ides are buried at St. George's-on-the-Hill, Islington.[480] He and Charlotte Cave Ide emigrated circa 1856 to Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[481] George and his family returned to England between 1857 and 1859.[482] He was a parchment maker between 1859 and 1906 at Homewell Parchment Yard, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[483] He and Charlotte Cave Ide appeared on the census of 1861 at South Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where George (32) was a parchment manufacturer employing 9 men and 4 boys, Charlotte C. (31), George (6), Clarissa C. (4), Thorburn (2), and Matilda (7 mos) were present.[484],[485] He was living in 1867 at East Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; and was a parchment maker.[486] At sometime between their father's retirement, and subsequent death in 1869, George and Albert formed 'G. & A. Stallard' at Homewell.[487] He appeared on the census of 1881 at East Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where George (52) was a widower, a Fellmonger Master employing 19 Men 7 Boys. His children Thorburn (22) also a fellmonger, Matilda F. (20), Emma A. (18), Sidney (10) and servant Harriett Hiscole (19) were present.[488] George and Albert Stallard were parchment makers in Havant in 1900.[489] He appeared on the census of 1901 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where George (72) was a parchment maker.[490] Upon George and Albert's retirement, G. & A. Stallard was run by George's son Thorburn until 1936.[491] In 1909, the employees of G. & A. Stallard were photographed at Homewell. Neither George nor Albert appear in the photo, but an E. Stallard does (smartly dressed, large white beard, appears 60-70 years old).[492]

  • ix. Albert Stallard; christened 13 Feb 1831 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] married Ellen Lipscomb 1858 at Portsea Island, Co. Hampshire, England.[493],[494],[495]

    He was a parchment maker between 1847 and 1900 at Homewell Parchment Yard, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[444] He and Ellen Lipscomb appeared on the census of 1861 at 184 West, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Albert (30), a parchment maker, Ellen (25) and Ellen (1) were present.[496],[497] At sometime between their father's retirement, and subsequent death in 1869, George and Albert formed 'G. & A. Stallard' at Homewell.[487] He was living in 1867 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; and was a parchment maker. There was also an Edward Stallard (probably his father), fellmonger, at the same residence.[486] He appeared on the census of 1881 at East Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Albert (50) was a parchment manufacturer, and wife Ellen (44), and children Ellen (21), Agnes (19), Edward J. (17), Albert E. (12), William T. (10), Harrold (5), and servant Elizabeth Carrell (19) were present.[498] Albert and Ellen are thought to have eventually had 8 children from 1859 to after 1881.[499] George and Albert Stallard were parchment makers in Havant in 1900.[489] He appeared on the census of 1901 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Albert (70) was a parchment manufacturer.[490] Upon George and Albert's retirement, G. & A. Stallard was run by George's son Thorburn until 1936.[491] In 1909, the employees of G. & A. Stallard were photographed at Homewell. Neither George nor Albert appear in the photo, but an E. Stallard does (smartly dressed, large white beard, appears 60-70 years old).[492]

  • x. Clarissa Stallard; christened 2 Oct 1833 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] married Richard William Softly circa 1858.[455],[500]

    She and Richard William Softly appeared on the census of 1861 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Richard W. (27) was a master gardener. Clarissa (27), Richard W. (2) and Laura A. (5 mo) were also present.[501] Clarissa and Mr. Softly had 9 children.[502] She and Richard William Softly appeared on the census of 1871 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Clarisa (37), and her husband Richard W. Softly (37) a gardner, lived with his mother Sophia (65), and their children Fanny (6), Florence (4), Percy (3), Alice (1), a visiter and a servant were present.[503]

  • xi. Sarah Ann Stallard; christened 9 Aug 1836 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England;[422] married Samuel Ford;[455] she may have died 1871 at Southampton, Co. Hampshire, England.[504]

    Sarah Ann and Mr. Ford had 7 children.[499] She and Samuel Ford appeared on the census of Apr 1871 at Millbrook, Southampton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Sarah Ann (34, b. Buriton) was wife to Samuel Ford (37) a commercial drapery clerk, and their children Ernst W. (9), Allen S. (7), Effie S. (2), and Ann G. (2 mos.) were present, plus a visitor and a servant.[505]

69. Charlotte5 TODMAN (child of John, #138);[506],[507] christened 30 Nov 1794 at Haslemere, Co. Surrey, England; where her father was John Todman, and mother Elizabeth;[508],[509] married Edward Stallard (see #68), son of William Stallard and Olive Patrick, 28 Nov 1812 at Holy Trinity, Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England;[423],[424] died "relict of the late Edward Stallard, in her 83rd year" 18 Jun 1876 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, at age 81;[425],[510],[511],[512] buried at Havant Cemetery, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England, "in 85th year."[428]

She was not born in at Petersfield, Co. Hampshire, England.[513],[514],[515] Between 1813 and 1815, Charlotte Todman and Edward Stallard lived at Sheet, Co. Hampshire, England, where Edward was a fellmonger and collar maker.[431] In 1817, Charlotte Todman and Edward Stallard lived at Hambledon, Co. Hampshire, England.[432] Between 1820 and 1846, Charlotte Todman and Edward Stallard lived at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England.[433] She and Edward Stallard appeared on the census of 1841 at Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (~45) was a parchment maker, and Charlotte (~45), Ellen (15), George (12), Albert (9), Clarissa (7), Sarah (5) were present. Their servant was Sophia Brooks (25), also her son David (10 mo.) was present.[249],[438] She and Edward Stallard lived in 1841 at North Lane, Buriton, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward was recorded to be a parchment maker.[440] She and Edward Stallard appeared on the census of 1851 at East Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (58) born Buriton, employed 8 men and 4 boys as a master fellmonger. Charlotte (56) born Petersfield, and George (22) a journeyman fellmonger, Albert (20) also a journeyman fellmonger, Clarissa (17) and Sarah (14) were present, and Alfred Stent (Edward's grandson, 6) was visiting.[445],[446] She and Edward Stallard appeared on the census of 1861 at West Street, Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; where Edward (68) was a fellmonger employing 3 men and 1 boy, b. Buriton Hants, Charlotte (67) b. Haslemere Surrey, Mary A Stent (39), widowed daughter, her son Alfred Stent (16), and two more grandchildren, Ellen Judd (19), and Elizabeth Judd (16) were present.[448] She and Edward Stallard were living in 1867 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England; with son Albert.[450]



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    70. John Samuel5 CHALCRAFT; born circa 1761;[516] married Eliza Grigg (see #71) 6 Nov 1797 at St. Mary's, Portsea, Co. Hampshire, England; where John (21) was of HMS Flora, gentleman, Eliza (21) of Portsea, with William Grigg of same, yeoman, bondsman;[517],[518] died between Apr 1846 and Jun 1846 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[519]

    He was registered as a voter based on property owned on Landport Rd in 1834 at Emsworth, Co. Hampshire, England.[520] He was a gentleman in 1837.[521] He and Eliza Grigg appeared on the census of 1841 at Saffron Hill, Emsworth, Co. Hampshire, England; where John (80) of independant means, not born Hampshire, and Elizabeth (65) born Hampshire, were present.[522]

    Children of John Samuel5 Chalcraft and Eliza Grigg (see #71) were as follows:

    • i. Emma4 Chalcraft;[523],[523] christened 15 May 1798 at Compton, Co. Sussex, England.[524]

    • ii. William Hawford Chalcraft;[525],[525] christened 1801 at Compton, Co. Sussex, England;[526] married Elizabeth Callis 7 Apr 1828 at Warblington Parish, Co. Hampshire, England;[527] married Jane Kendall 2 Sep 1847 at Holy Trinity, Gosport, Co. Hampshire, England.[528]

      He and Elizabeth Callis appeared on the census of 1841 at Emsworth, Co. Hampshire, England; where William (35) was a butcher, and Elizabeth (30), Frances (11), William (9), John (8), Daniel (6), and Harriet Holloway, domestic servant, were present.[529]

    • iii. Frances Chalcraft;[530],[530] born 15 May 1803 at Portsea, Co. Hampshire, England;[531] baptized 28 Aug 1803 at St. John, Portsea, Co. Hampshire, England.[531]

    • iv. John Samuel Chalcraft;[532],[532] baptized 14 Aug 1808 at Warblington Parish, Co. Hampshire, England;[533] married Susan Cullis between Apr 1846 and Jun 1846 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[534]

      He appeared on the census of 1851 at Emsworth, Co. Hampshire, England; where John Chalcraft (40) a victualler and pork butcher b. Emsworth, Susan (32), Emma (4), Elizabeth (3), and Harriet Hall (19) a servant were present.[535]

    • 35. v. Ann Chalcraft.

    71. Eliza5 GRIGG; born circa 1776;[536] married John Samuel Chalcraft (see #70) 6 Nov 1797 at St. Mary's, Portsea, Co. Hampshire, England; where John (21) was of HMS Flora, gentleman, Eliza (21) of Portsea, with William Grigg of same, yeoman, bondsman;[517],[518] died as two records exist for her name and residence either 1841 or 1848 at Havant, Co. Hampshire, England.[537],[538]

    She and John Samuel Chalcraft appeared on the census of 1841 at Saffron Hill, Emsworth, Co. Hampshire, England; where John (80) of independant means, not born Hampshire, and Elizabeth (65) born Hampshire, were present.[522]



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      72. John5 BAIN; born between 1785 and 1788 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[539],[540] married Isobel MacDonald (see #73) 26 May 1826 at Resolis Parish, Co. Cromarty, Scotland; groom's name recorded as Baine, bride's as Mc Donald;[541],[542] died "...heritor in Dingwall ...aged 81 yrs" 22 May 1866 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[543],[544],[545] buried at Dingwall Parish Kirkyard, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland.[544],[543]

      Family tradition especially based on the letters of Edna Bain Relyea (1891-1974) suggests our Bains were related to the Bayne Lairds of Tulloch, nine of whom lived in Tulloch Castle overlooking Dingwall from 1542 until 1762. Their names appear also as Bayn, and Baine. At least two generations separate John Bain from the last Bayne Laird, the heirless Kenneth Bayne (1719-1768), and the true connection is unknown.[546],[547] He was a dyer and thatcher between 1827 and 1836 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland.[548] He and Isobel MacDonald appeared on the census of 1841 at Warden's Close, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where John (~45) was a carrier, and Isobel (~40), James (13), Donald (9), Neil (5) and servant Katherine Bain (20) were present.[549] He appeared on the census of 1851 at High Street, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where John (63) was a widower, carrier, and born in Dingwall, and Neil (16) a scholar were present.[550] He may have appeared on the census of 1861 at 121 High Street, Forres, Co. Moray, Scotland; where John (77) was a retired carrier, and alone.[551]

      Children of John5 Bain and Isobel MacDonald (see #73) all born at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland, were as follows:

      • 36. i. John4 Bain.

      • ii. Rev. James Bain;[552],[552] born 24 Sep 1828;[319] baptized 26 Oct 1828 at Dingwall Parish, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[553],[319] married Jessie Watson Paterson 20 Feb 1866 at Blythswood, Glasgow, Co. Lanark, Scotland;[554],[555] died 13 Nov 1911 at age 83;[556] buried at Dingwall Parish Kirkyard, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland.[557],[558]

        He appeared on the census of 1851 at 5 Keir Street, St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Co. Midlothian, Scotland; where James (22) was a student, and visitor at the home of Margaret Henderson (62), as were several others.[559] He was ordained as a minister in the Presbyterian church circa 1857.[560] He appeared on the census of 1861 at Kilfinan Manse, Kilfinan, Co. Argyll, Scotland; where James (32) was minister of Kilfinan Pauper, and two servants were present: Ann Duncan (29 ) and James Grant (28).

        [561] He and Jessie Watson Paterson appeared on the census of 1871 at Established Marn [manse?], Kilfinan, Co. Argyll, Scotland; where James (40) was minister of Kilfinan, and wife Jessie (24), James (4) and Isobella (3), and niece Jean (14) from Canada were present.[562],[563] He was a minister at Duthil Parish, Co. Inverness, Scotland.[564],[565] He and Jessie Watson Paterson appeared on the census of 1881 at Manse, Duthil, Co. Inverness, Scotland; where James (52) was minister of Duthil parish, and Jessie (53), Alexander T.N. (8), and Jessie (6) were present.[566] He and Jessie Watson Paterson appeared on the census of 1901 at Manse, Duthil, Co. Inverness, Scotland; where James (71) was minister of Duthil parish, Jessie (55), and Jessie (25) were present, also servant James Chisholm (19).[567]

      • iii. Janet Anne Bain;[568],[568] born 16 May 1831;[319] baptized 18 May 1831 at Dingwall Parish, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland.[569],[319]

      • iv. Donald Bain;[570],[570] born 22 Feb 1833;[319] baptized 23 Feb 1833 at Dingwall Parish, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[571],[319] married Jane Bell, daughter of George Bell, circa 1856;[572],[573] died before 1871.[574],[575]

        He emigrated before 1855 to Nottawasaga Station (Stayner), Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); one of the first settlers in Nottawasaga Station in 1854, he was a lumber merchant, store keeper and its first postmaster in 1855.[576] Between 1857-1863, the village previously known as Nottawasaga Station was known as Dingwall (after which, Stayner).[577] He lived in 1857 at Dingwall (Stayner), Simcoe Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Donald was a J.P., postmaster, lumber merchant and storekeeper.[578] From circa 1857, Donald opened his store for Presbyterian Sunday School.[579]

      • v. Neil Kennedy Bain;[580],[580] born 4 Jun 1836;[581],[319] baptized 21 Jun 1836 at Dingwall Parish, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[581],[319] married Abigail McDaniel 15 Oct 1867 at Halifax, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia, Canada;[582],[583],[584],[585] died of hypostatic pneumonia 27 Apr 1916 at 14 Dingwall Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 79;[586] buried at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[587]

        He emigrated in 1851 to British North America (Canada).[588],[589] He and Abigail McDaniel lived in 1869 at Nova Scotia, Canada.[590] He was a flour and feed merchant in 1872 at York Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada.[591] He and Abigail McDaniel appeared on the census of 1881 at York Twp., York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Neil K. (45), was a comm traveller, and Abigail (34), Mary (12), Charles E (10), Lydia (9), Arthur (8), Abbie (6), James (4), Alice (2), Neil (9 mos.) and Jennie Bain (23) were present.[592] In 1882, Neil Kennedy Bain and Abigail McDaniel lived at Leslieville, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and was an agent.[593] In 1884, Neil Kennedy Bain and Abigail McDaniel lived at near Kingston Road, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Neil was a commercial traveller.[594] He and Abigail McDaniel appeared on the census of 1911 at 14 Dingwall Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where N.K. Bain (74) was a road traveller, and Abbie (67) was present, and Presbyterian.[595] On 24 Oct 1913, Neil Kennedy Bain lived at 10 Dingwall Ave. [sic], Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and was called Uncle Neil by Mary Bain (Mrs. Donald Bain).[596]

      73. Isobel5 MACDONALD; born circa 1794;[597] married John Bain (see #72) 26 May 1826 at Resolis Parish, Co. Cromarty, Scotland; groom's name recorded as Baine, bride's as Mc Donald;[541],[542] died "aged 54" 16 Jun 1848 at Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland;[544],[543] buried at Dingwall Parish Kirkyard, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland.[557]

      She and John Bain appeared on the census of 1841 at Warden's Close, Dingwall, Co. Ross, Scotland; where John (~45) was a carrier, and Isobel (~40), James (13), Donald (9), Neil (5) and servant Katherine Bain (20) were present.[549]



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        78. Thomas5 HOLLAND (child of Arthur, #156);[598],[599] born circa 1779;[600],[601],[602] married Mary-Amelia Hayden (see #79), daughter of Abraham Hayden and Georgina Howard, 23 Oct 1815 at St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic), Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where bride's name was recorded as Mary Hayden;[603],[604],[605] died 13 May 1849.[602]

        He and Mary-Amelia Hayden appeared on the census of 20 Sep 1825 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); having 8 acres of cultivated land.[606] He and Mary-Amelia Hayden appeared on the census of 1 Nov 1831 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where the family was Roman Catholic, Thomas was a fisherman.[607]

        Children of Thomas5 Holland and Mary-Amelia Hayden (see #79) all born at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), were as follows:

        • i. Arthur4 Holland;[608],[608] born 2 May 1817;[609],[610] married Elisabeth Walsh 23 Sep 1844 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Elisabeth's last name was spelled Welsh.[611]

          In March of 1827 a school inspector recorded Arthur Holland as a scholar of reading and writing at Douglastown.[612] He appeared on the census of 1881 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where Arthur was a Catholic, Irish farmer.[613] Many of Arthur and Elizabeth's descendants are known.[614]

        • ii. Anne-Sara Holland;[608],[608] born 6 Sep 1819; birth date may also be 7 July 1819;[615],[616] married Augustin Kerouac 19 May 1839 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[617]

        • iii. John Holland; who was also recorded as Jean;[618],[618] born 29 Oct 1821;[380] married Mary Ann McDonald 7 Jan 1851 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[619] married Elizabeth Rooney 15 Apr 1860 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[620] married Cicele Morris 3 May 1865.[621],[622]

          He and Cicele Morris appeared on the census of 1881 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where John was a Catholic, Irish farmer.[623] Some of John's descendants are known, including daughters with Mary Ann McDonald: Mary Jane (b. 1859, m. James Languedoqc ) and Ellen (b.c.1860 m. Andrew Rooney), and daughter with Elizabeth Rooney: Ann (b.c.1861).[614]

        • iv. Margaret Holland;[624],[624] born 8 Nov 1823;[625] married James Kelly 3 Jan 1852 at St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic), Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[626]

        • v. Elisabeth Holland;[627],[627] born 11 Dec 1825;[628] married James Watson 1 May 1842 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[629] married James Connolly 1 Sep 1842 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[630]

        • vi. Thomas Holland;[618],[618] born 10 Sep 1827;[380] married Mary R. (--?--) circa 1856.[621]

          He and Mary R. (--?--) appeared on the census of Jan 1861 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Thomas was a Catholic fisherman, born in Lower Canada. Neither he nor Mary could read or write. They lived in a 1-story frame house on 1 3/4 acres.[631] He and Mary R. (--?--) appeared on the census of 1881 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where Thomas was a Catholic, Irish farmer.[623]

        • vii. James Holland;[618],[618] born 16 May 1830;[380] married Mary (--?--) circa 1871.[621]

          He and Mary (--?--) appeared on the census of 1881 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where James was a Catholic, Irish farmer.[623]

        • viii. Michel Holland;[618],[618] born 21 May 1832.[380]

        • 39. ix. Ellen Holland.

        • x. Anne Holland;[618],[618] born 1 Apr 1837;[380] married Hugh Walsh 16 Jan 1866 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[632]

          She and Hugh Walsh appeared on the census of 1881 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where Hugh (50) was an Irish Catholic fisherman, and Annie (44), Mary Jane (21), and Arthur (12) were present.[633]

        • xi. Henry Holland;[618],[618] born 5 May 1839;[380] married Héleine Fitzpatrick 7 Jan 1875 at Gaspé Bay South, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada.[634],[635]

          He appeared on the census of 1881 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where Henry (40) was a widowed Catholic, Irish fisherman, and Alice A. (3) was present.[613]

        • xii. Frances-Ann Holland;[618],[618] born 5 Jun 1842.[380]

        79. Mary-Amelia5 HAYDEN (child of Abraham, #158);[636],[637] born circa 1795 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[638],[639] married Joseph Adams circa 1808;[640] married Thomas Holland (see #78), son of Arthur Holland and Marguerite Boyle, 23 Oct 1815 at St. Patrick's (Roman Catholic), Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where bride's name was recorded as Mary Hayden.[603],[604],[605]

        She was also known as Margaret-Emily, Emilie, Mary, and Mary-Emily as recorded in various registers.[641],[642],[643],[644] She and Thomas Holland appeared on the census of 20 Sep 1825 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); having 8 acres of cultivated land.[606] She and Thomas Holland appeared on the census of 1 Nov 1831 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where the family was Roman Catholic, Thomas was a fisherman.[607] She appeared on the census of Jan 1861 at range 1, Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); as a widow with a 25 acres plot producing wheat, potatoes and herring. Her son James Holland (age 28) lived there also.[645],[646] She did not appear on the census of 1871 at Douglastown, Gaspé Co., Québec, Canada; where any records are too faint to read.[647]


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