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40. John4 BOYD; born between 1800 and 1833 at Scotland.[277],[278]

Children of John4 Boyd and an unknown spouse were:



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42. John4 WILSON (child of Samuel, #84);[279] born between 1828 and 1832 at Ireland;[280] married Margaret Huston (see #43), daughter of David Huston, circa 1841;[281] died 10 Jan 1890.[282],[283]

He and Margaret Huston were living in Oct 1847 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland; members of Maghera Presbyterian Church.[284] He and Samuel Wilson lived on 2 Mar 1859 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland; on areas nos. 11 and 17.[285] He left a will on 21 Sep 1889 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland; where he left money and some to effects to Moore, Mary Jane, Margaret and Annie, and his farm and remainder of his estate went to Clarke.[286]

Children of John4 Wilson and Margaret Huston (see #43) were as follows:

  • i. Andrew3 Wilson;[287],[287] born circa 1842;[288] died "At the residence of his father, Ballymecilcurr, near Maghera", "aged 23" Dec 1865 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland.[289],[290]

  • ii. Moore Wilson;[291],[291] born circa 1845;[292] married Betty Ann Wilson 16 Dec 1874 at Maghera Meeting House, Maghera, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland;[293] married Margaret Ann Riddell 17 Jun 1880 at Presbyterian Church, Maghera, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland;[293] died 2 Oct 1892.[294]

    Appeared in father's will in 1889, "To my son MOORE WILSON, of Curragh, Maghera I leave and bequeath the sum of 10 pounds stirling and my best suit of clothes."[126] Moore had a daughter, and she was also mentioned in his father's will, "To my grand daughter ANNIE FULLERTON WILSON, daughter of my son MOORE WILSON I leave and bequeath the sum of thirty pounds stirling together with the bed and bedclothes which I myself use and the press in the parlour next the door, the above mentioned money to be vested in my executors for her use and to be paid by them to her when she comes of age of before that if they consider that she may require it."[295]

  • iii. Clarke Wilson;[296],[297] born 14 Jun 1847 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland;[298] married Mary Ann Paul 14 Oct 1885 at Presbyterian Church, Maghera, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland;[299],[300] died 27 Feb 1937 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland, at age 89.[301]

    He and Margaret Anne Wilson were confirmed on 10 May 1868 at Presbyterian Church, Maghera, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland.[124] Appeared in his father's will in 1889, "To my son CLARKE WILSON his heirs administrators and assigns I bequeath and devise all my property freehold or otherwise houses and land together with the stock, farm implements, crops, furniture and personal effects belonging thereto and also the residue of my personal property after and subject to the payment of my lawful debts and the legacies above mentioned."[302]

  • 21. iv. Margaret Anne Wilson.

  • v. Mary Jane Wilson;[303],[303] born circa 1854;[294] married Hugh Black 25 Oct 1876 at Presbyterian Church, Maghera, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland; where Mary Jane was full age, a spinster in Tobermore, daughter of John WILSON, farmer, and Hugh was of full age, bachelor, farmer from Cloughfnox and son of Thomas.[304]

    On 7 May 1862, Mary Jane added to communicant's list at the Presbyterian Church in Maghera.[305] Appeared in father's will in 1889, "To my daughter MARY JANE BLACK, of Ballytemple, Garvagh, I leave and bequeath the sum of ten pounds stirling."[126]

43. Margaret4 HUSTON (child of David, #86);[306] married John Wilson (see #42), son of Samuel Wilson, circa 1841;[281] died before 1889.[307],[308]

She and John Wilson were living in Oct 1847 at Ballymacilcurr, Maghera Parish, Co. Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland; members of Maghera Presbyterian Church.[284]



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    44. Samuel Jasper4 MARCHMENT (child of Thomas, #88);[309],[310] born circa 1823 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[311],[312] baptized 12 Oct 1823 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; by Rev. George Chisholm, where father was Thomas Marchment, and mother was Ann;[313],[314] married Mary Ann Copeland (see #45), daughter of James Thomas Copeland and Sarah Wood, 19 Aug 1844 at parish church, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (22) was a bachelor, labourer, and Mary Ann (18) a spinster. Witnesses were Moses Ditch and Sarah Copeland;[315] died "of typhoid fever... age 68" 12 Aug 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 67;[316] buried at lot 19, sect 32, plot M, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[317],[318],[319]

    He appeared on the census of 1841 at King St., St. Paul Covent Garden, Westminster, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (~15) was a servant to William Turpin (~25) a victualer, his wife Mary (~20), Charles Gentry (~15) and Harriet Johnston servants, also present.[320],[321] He was sentenced to 3 months, after being "indicted for stealing, on the 30th of August, 1 half-crown and 2 shillings; the monies of William Turpin, his master; to which he pleaded guilty. Aged 18" on 21 Sep 1841 at Central Criminal Court, Co. Middlesex, England.[322],[323] In 1844, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at Early Street, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England, at time of their marriage.[324] In 1849, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at Portland Street, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England, at the birth of Samuel William, and Samuel Jasper was a labourer.[325],[326] He was was imprisoned for 9 months, being convicted of "embezzling 3l. 3s.; the moneys of William Macalpine, his master: to which he pleaded gilty. Aged 26" on 17 Dec 1849 at Central Criminal Court, Co. Middlesex, England.[327],[328],[329] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1851 at 4 Portland Cottages, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (27) was a labourer in Brickfield, born in Hammersmith. Mary A. (25), Mary A. (4) and Samuel (2) were also present.[330],[331] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1861 at 8 Worlds End Passage, Chelsea, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (39) was a carman, and Mary Ann (37), Mary Ann (14), Samuel W. (12), George D. (10), James W. (5) and Emma (3) were present, all born Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex.[332],[333] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1871 at Ashley Cottages, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (48) was a coal porter, with Mary A (45), George (19) also a coal porter, James (15), Emma (13), Sarah (4), and Mary Ann's father James Copeland (77) present.[334],[335] He and Mary Ann Copeland lived in 1876 at 24 Johns terrace, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[336],[337] He and Mary Ann Copeland lived between 1878 and 1887 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[338],[339],[340],[341],[342] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 1881 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel J. (58) was a general labourer; Mary A. (55) was also present. Both born in Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex. Their son James lived next door at #83.[343],[344],[345] He and Mary Ann Copeland emigrated on 18 Jun 1887 to S. S. Nestorian, Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Sam Marchment, and Mrs. Marchment were travelling to Toronto, departing 04 Jun 1887 from the Port of London aboard S.S. Nestorian, accompanied by daughter Mary Ann Davis (38), Richard Davis (39), and their children Rose (18), George (16), Emma (13), Selina (10), John (5), and Percy (2).[346] In 1888, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 824 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, working for S.W. Marchment.[347] In 1889, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 826 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as renters. George and James were present, all were labourers at eldest son's S.W. Marchment & Co.[348] In 1890, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 910 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[180],[349] In 1891, Samuel Jasper Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, George was present and both worked with S.W. Marchment. James had moved out.[350] He and Mary Ann Copeland appeared on the census of 28 Apr 1891 at St. Paul's ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where all recorded as born in England, Samuel J. and George were labourers, only Mary Ann could read and write. George was single.[351] He was ill with typhoid fever 14 days in Aug 1891.[352]

    Children of Samuel Jasper4 Marchment and Mary Ann Copeland (see #45) were as follows:

    • i. Mary Ann3 Marchment;[353],[354],[353],[354] born 23 Nov 1846 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[355],[356],[357],[358] baptized 28 Feb 1847 at St. Paul's, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[359] married Richard John Davis 15 Nov 1868 at St Barnabas, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Richard (21) son of Richard Davis, was batchelor and labourer, and Mary Ann (22) was daughter of Samuel Marchment, a coal porter. Witnesses were Samuel and Catherine Marchment;[360],[361],[362] died of broncho-pneumonia 8 Apr 1926 at 77 McGee St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 79;[363] buried 12 Apr 1926 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, undertakers A.E. Ingram (1055 Gerrard St. E.).[364]

      She and Richard John Davis lived in 1868 at 22 Pembroke Road, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[365] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1871 at 13 Warwick Terrace, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England; where Richard Davis (23) was a coal porter, born in Canada, with Mary A Davis (24), and Rosannah Davis (2) present, with several other families in the same address.[366] She and Richard John Davis emigrated circa 1874 to Ontario, Canada.[367] She and Richard John Davis lived in 1874 at Colbourne St., Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; for the birth of daughter Emma. Richard was a labourer.[368] She and Richard John Davis emigrated between 1875 and 1877 to England.[369] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1881 at 7 Chapel St, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where Richard (38) b. in Canada, was a coal porter, Mary A (35) and b. Kensington, with Rose (12), George (9), Emma (7), Selina (3), Sarah (8 mo) were present.[370] She and Richard John Davis emigrated on 18 Jun 1887 to Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Mary Ann Davis (38), Richard Davis (39), and their children Rose (18), George (16), Emma (13), Selina (10), John (5), and Percy (2) were travelling to Toronto, departing 04 Jun 1887 from the Port of London aboard S.S. Nestorian, accompanied by her parents Sam Marchment, and "Mrs. Marchment."[346] In 1888, Mary Ann Marchment and Richard John Davis lived at 21 McMurrich, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Richard was a labourer, and son George was a driver for SW Marchment & Co.[371] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where [Richard] John (48) was a labourer, with [Mary] Ann (45), Rose (23), Selina (14) a domestic, John (9), and Percy (7) were present.[372] In 1892, Mary Ann Marchment and Richard John Davis lived at 148 Cumberland, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[373] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Richard (57) a labourer, born in Quebec, and Mary Ann (54) born England, John (19) a tinsmith, Percy (16) a labourer, and two lodgers and tinsmiths, Gordon Casher (29) and Robert Elliot (30) were present.[374] She and Richard John Davis appeared on the census of 1911 at 62 Munro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where Richard (65) was Quebec-born labourer in a lumber yard, and Ann (64) born England, both Anglican.[375] Between 1911 and 1919, Mary Ann Marchment and Richard John Davis lived at 62 Munro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and Richard was a labourer.[376] Between 1924 and 1926, Mary Ann Marchment lived at 77 McGee St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[377]

    • 22. ii. Samuel William Marchment.

    • iii. George Townsend Marchment; born 21 Jun 1851 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[378],[379],[358] married Elizabeth Emily Huckwell 29 Oct 1877 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England; where "George Townsell Marchment" was son of Samuel, and Elizabeth daughter of John Huckwell;[380],[381] died of epilepsy, and more recently neurasthenia (weakness, dizziness and fainting) 17 Sep 1917 at Ontario Hospital for Epileptics (Woodstock), Zorra East Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 66.[382]

      He was ill with epilepsy, at age 18 in 1869.[383] He and Elizabeth Emily Huckwell lived in 1880 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where George was a coal porter, living with wife Elizabeth, baby Mary Ann, at his parent's home.[384] He may have emigrated in 1889 to Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; without his wife and child.[385] George lived with his parents until his father died in 1891, and his mother remarried in 1897.[386] In 1898, George Townsend Marchment lived at 14 Collier, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[387] In 1899, George Townsend Marchment lived at 64 Cumberland, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[388] Between 1900 and 1902, George Townsend Marchment lived at 36 Scollard, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with his brother James's family.[389] He was a teamster, as was his brother James in 1901.[390] He appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada; where George (49, illiterate) and brother James W. (45) were teamsters, and James's wife Susan, and 7 children were also present.[391] Probably after his brother James's death from a fall in 1905, which he witnessed, George was committed to the Epileptic Hospital in Woodstock.[392] He appeared on the census of 1911 at Lot4, Con11, Zorra East Twp., Oxford Co., Ontario, Canada; where George (60) was a patient at the Ontario Hospital for Epileptics at Woodstock.[393],[394]

    • iv. Albert Marchment;[395],[395] born after 1852;[396] died before 1861.[397]

    • v. James Walter Marchment; born 24 Jun 1857 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[398],[399],[400],[358] married Susan Alice King 25 Dec 1874 at St. James Norland, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[401],[402],[403] died after being thrown from a wagon 3 Jul 1905 at 513 Preston Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 48;[404],[405] buried 6 Jul 1905 at lot 19, Sect 32, plot M, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[406],[238]

      He and Susan Alice King appeared on the census of 1881 at 83 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where James (25) a coal porter, Susan (26), and Walter J.S. (6), George E. (4), William A. (3), Sidney J. (1), and Sussanah (4 mos.) were present. They were next door to James' father Samuel at #81.[407],[343] He and Susan Alice King emigrated in 1887 to Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; with their extended family from England.[408],[409] He and Susan Alice King lived on 27 Nov 1888 at 826 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; at the birth of Edith, their first child born in Canada.[410] In 1890, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where James was a teamster, at the birth of Albert.[411] In 1891, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 38 McMurrich, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and was a teamster with S.W. Marchment. Previously James and his family had lived with his parents since coming to Canada.[412] He and Susan Alice King appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where James (34) was a teamster, with Susan (34), James W (16) an office boy, George E (14) a butcher boy, William A (13) a dry goods boy, Sidney C (12), Robert H (6), Ruth E (4), Edith R (2), and Albert Ed (1) were present, all born in England, except last two born Ontario.[413] In 1892, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 1040 Dufferin, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, also there were sons James W. jr. and George E.[414] Between 1893 and 1895, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with sons George E., and James W. jr.[415] Between 1896 and 1897, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 891 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with sons George E., James W. jr., and WIlliam.[189] In 1898, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 1 Ellis, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[416] In 1899, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 32 Frichot, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[417] Between 1900 and 1902, James Walter Marchment and Susan Alice King lived at 36 Scollard, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[418] He and Susan Alice King appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; James W. (45) and brother George (49, illiterate) were teamsters, son Robert (15) was a bread driver. Other children present: Ruth E.(14) , Edith R. (12) , Albert E. (10), Frank E. (8), Elsie M. (7), and Florence M. (5).[419] James died tragically in an accident: "Died From Shock -- James Marchment Was Thrown From His Wagon and Fatally Injured -- James Marchment, teamster, of 513 Preston Avenue, fell off a light delivery wagon last night and died as the result of the shock. With his son, aged 16 years, and his brother, he was driving home when the accident occurred. One of the rear wheels of the wagon slipped into a hole at a crossing and Marchment, the father, was jolted off. He was carried home, where he was attended by Dr. Conboy. Death ensued within a few minutes."[404]

    • vi. Emma Marchment;[420],[420] born 1858 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[421],[358],[422] married Charles Henry Gill 4 Apr 1879 at Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[423],[424] died 1928;[425] buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America.[426]

      She and Charles Henry Gill appeared on the census of 1881 at 100 St Katherine Rd, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Charles (23) was a plasterer, and Emma (22) a dressmaker.[427] She and Charles Henry Gill emigrated on 28 Mar 1887 to Halifax, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia, Canada; where Chas Gill (27), Emma Gill (27), Charles Gill (4) and Lilly Gill (2) travelled aboard the S.S. Parisian, having departed Liverpool, England on 17 Mar 1887.[428],[429] In 1888, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 824 Yonge, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where Charles was a plasterer.[430] Between 1889 and 1892, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 279 Hamburg Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where Charles listed as a plasterer.[431],[432] She and Charles Henry Gill appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Charles (30) was a plasterer, who with Emma (32), Charles (9), and Elizabeth (7), were born in England.[433] She and Charles Henry Gill emigrated in 1892 to United States of America.[434] In 1895, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 108 York, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America, where Charles was a builder.[435] Between 1896 and 1898, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 125 Fourteenth St, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America, where Chrales was a contracter and builder.[436] In 1899, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 312 Pennsylvania, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America, where Charles had formed Howell & Gill.[437] In 1900, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 245 Plymouth Ave, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America, where Charles is artificial marble and mason contractor.[438] She and Charles Henry Gill appeared on the census of 1900 at Ward 23, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America; where Charles (39) was a plaster contracter, while Emma (41), Charles W S (20) an apprentice of cement, and Elizabeth R (16) were present.[439] She and Charles Henry Gill appeared on the census of 1910 at Ward 22, Buffalo, Erie Co., United States of America; where Charles (49) had no occupation, Emma (51) was present, as were two boarders Charles Wood (21), and Tolly Sile (68).[440] In 1918, Emma Marchment and Charles Henry Gill lived at 224 Plymouth Ave, Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America.[441] She and Charles Henry Gill appeared on the census of 1920 at Buffalo, Erie Co., New York, United States of America; where Charles H (59), was a plasterer, with Emma (61) claimed to have arrived in US in 1888, naturalized in 1897.[442]

    • vii. Sarah Marchment;[443],[443] born 1866 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[444],[445],[446] married John Victor Parsonson 9 Sep 1883 at St James Norlands, Kensington, London, England; after banns, by Claud Brown, where John (29) was a widower, and sawyer of St. Katherine's Rd., son of John Parsonson, and Sarah (18) was of 81 Latimer Rd, daughter of Samuel J. Marchment. Witnessed by Richard Davies and Mary Ann Davies, her sister;[447],[448] died "age 27," of chronic heart disease 24 Feb 1894 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada;[449] buried at lot 19, Sect 32, plot M, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, the same plot as her father.[450]

      John had two sons from his former marriage.[451] She and John Victor Parsonson lived in 1885 at Fulham, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel George was born.[452] She and John Victor Parsonson emigrated in 1886 to Ontario, Canada.[453] She and John Victor Parsonson lived in 1888 at Orillia, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada; where Henry Nelson was born.[454] She and John Victor Parsonson appeared on the census of 1891 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where John (36) was a house plasterer, with Sarah (25), John (15), Samuel G (6) all born England, and Henry N (3) born Ontario, all Methodists.[455] Between 1892 and 1893, Sarah Marchment and John Victor Parsonson lived at 194 Symington, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where Loveilla was born.[456],[457]

    45. Mary Ann4 COPELAND (child of James, #90);[458],[459] born 1826 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[460],[461] baptized 21 Apr 1826 at Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England;[462] married Samuel Jasper Marchment (see #44), son of Thomas Marchment and Ann Skinner, 19 Aug 1844 at parish church, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (22) was a bachelor, labourer, and Mary Ann (18) a spinster. Witnesses were Moses Ditch and Sarah Copeland;[315] married James Weeks 25 Sep 1897 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; James was a lumber man, aged 71 yrs and a widower. Mary Ann was also 71 yrs, and a widow born in London, England to James and Sarah Copeland. George T. Marchment, her son, was witness. The service was Methodist;[463] died of accute bronchitis 31 May 1900 at 614 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[464]

    In 1844, Mary Ann Copeland and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived at Early Street, Kensington, Co. Middlesex, England, at time of their marriage.[324] In 1849, Mary Ann Copeland and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived at Portland Street, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England, at the birth of Samuel William, and Samuel Jasper was a labourer.[325],[326] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment appeared on the census of 1851 at 4 Portland Cottages, Fulham, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (27) was a labourer in Brickfield, born in Hammersmith. Mary A. (25), Mary A. (4) and Samuel (2) were also present.[330],[331] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment appeared on the census of 1861 at 8 Worlds End Passage, Chelsea, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (39) was a carman, and Mary Ann (37), Mary Ann (14), Samuel W. (12), George D. (10), James W. (5) and Emma (3) were present, all born Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex.[332],[333] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment appeared on the census of 1871 at Ashley Cottages, Kensington, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel (48) was a coal porter, with Mary A (45), George (19) also a coal porter, James (15), Emma (13), Sarah (4), and Mary Ann's father James Copeland (77) present.[334],[335] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived in 1876 at 24 Johns terrace, Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex, England.[336],[337] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived between 1878 and 1887 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[338],[339],[340],[341],[342] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment appeared on the census of 1881 at 81 Latymer Rd., Hammersmith, London, Co. Middlesex, England; where Samuel J. (58) was a general labourer; Mary A. (55) was also present. Both born in Hammersmith, Co. Middlesex. Their son James lived next door at #83.[343],[344],[345] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment emigrated on 18 Jun 1887 to S. S. Nestorian, Québec City, Québec, Canada; where Sam Marchment, and Mrs. Marchment were travelling to Toronto, departing 04 Jun 1887 from the Port of London aboard S.S. Nestorian, accompanied by daughter Mary Ann Davis (38), Richard Davis (39), and their children Rose (18), George (16), Emma (13), Selina (10), John (5), and Percy (2).[346] In 1888, Mary Ann Copeland and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived at 824 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, working for S.W. Marchment.[347] In 1889, Mary Ann Copeland and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived at 826 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, as renters. George and James were present, all were labourers at eldest son's S.W. Marchment & Co.[348] In 1890, Mary Ann Copeland and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived at 910 Yonge St, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[180],[349] In 1891, Mary Ann Copeland and Samuel Jasper Marchment lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, George was present and both worked with S.W. Marchment. James had moved out.[350] She and Samuel Jasper Marchment appeared on the census of 28 Apr 1891 at St. Paul's ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where all recorded as born in England, Samuel J. and George were labourers, only Mary Ann could read and write. George was single.[351] Between 1892 and 1893, Mary Ann Copeland lived at 912 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, with son George after the death of her husband Samuel J. Marchment.[465] Between 1894 and 1897, Mary Ann Copeland lived at 910 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, where she was a caterer, and joined by son George. Mary stayed there until she remarried.[466] She lived between 1898 and 1900 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; around the Yonge & Bloor Sts. area.[467] She was a butcher at her death in 1900 at 614 Yonge St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.[468]


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