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Ancestors of Margaret Emily Ingram



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5. Margaret Emily1 INGRAM (child of George, #10);[1],[2] born 17 May 1915 at Ontario, Canada;[3],[4] married Herbert Alton Sneyd, son of Frederick James Sneyd and Elizabeth Rankin, 11 Oct 1941;[5],[6] died 6 Feb 1997 at 197 Rathburn Rd, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, at age 81;[4],[7] buried 11 Feb 1997 at Union Cemetery, St. John's section, Toronto Rd., Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, after resting at Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel, and funeral at Kingsway Lambton United Church.[8],[9]

Margaret was a professional violinist and music educator.[10] Between 1952 and 1958, Margaret Emily Ingram and Herbert Alton Sneyd lived at 1131 North Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach, Volusia Co., Florida, United States of America.[11] She and Herbert Alton Sneyd lived in 1963 at Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.[12] Between 1964 and 1981, Margaret Emily Ingram and Herbert Alton Sneyd lived at 197 Rathburn Rd, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada.[13] Between 1981 and 1997, Margaret Emily Ingram lived at 197 Rathburn Rd, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada, where she continued to live after Bert died.[14]



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    10. George Albert2 INGRAM (child of Thomas, #20);[15],[16] born 4 Aug 1863 at Morriston, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[17],[18],[19],[20] married Catherine Emily Neale (see #11), daughter of Arthur John Neale and Catherine Parish, 30 Dec 1908 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where George (45) was a merchant and Methodist, and Catherine (28) a COE, both of St. Thomas, witnessed by Ernest A. Ingram and Sarah M. Neale;[21] died of apoplexy (stroke) and hypertension 18 Dec 1934 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 71;[22],[23] buried 20 Dec 1934 at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[24],[25]

    He lived in 1890 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; "bookkeeper for the Stacey Hardware and Manufacturing Company."[26] He and Catherine Emily Neale appeared on the census of 1911 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where George A. (47), Catherine E. (31), Norman N (1), and Paul G (3 mo) were present. His brother Samuel (50) lived there also.[27] He was a retired hardware dealer, at his death in 1934 at St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.[28]

    Children of George Albert2 Ingram and Catherine Emily Neale (see #11) were as follows:

    • i. Norman Neale1 Ingram; born 9 Sep 1909 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada;[29],[30] married Marion Alice Elaine Oliver 21 Apr 1943;[31] died 11 Jan 1966 at Bloomfield, New Jersey, United States of America, at age 56.[30],[32]

    • ii. Paul George Ingram; born Mar 1911;[33] married Evelyn Joan Mary Ware 18 Mar 1944; where Evelyn was daughter of R. D. Ware;[34] died circa 2004.[35]

    • iii. Catherine Mary Ingram; born 14 Jun 1913;[36] married William Bernard Mathers 13 Sep 1941;[37],[38] died 20 Mar 1983 at age 69.[36]

    • 5. iv. Margaret Emily Ingram.

    • v. Albert Ingram; born 13 Dec 1918 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada;[39] married Pauline Good 16 Oct 1949;[40] died 1988.[41]

    11. Catherine Emily2 NEALE (child of Arthur, #22);[42],[43] born 10 Nov 1880 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada;[44],[45],[46] married George Albert Ingram (see #10), son of Thomas Ingram and Mary Ann Manary, 30 Dec 1908 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where George (45) was a merchant and Methodist, and Catherine (28) a COE, both of St. Thomas, witnessed by Ernest A. Ingram and Sarah M. Neale;[21] died 21 Dec 1955 at age 75;[45],[47] buried 23 Dec 1955 at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[48]

    She was also known as Emily Neale. She and George Albert Ingram appeared on the census of 1911 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where George A. (47), Catherine E. (31), Norman N (1), and Paul G (3 mo) were present. His brother Samuel (50) lived there also.[27]



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      20. Thomas3 INGRAM (child of Andrew, #40);[49],[49] born 1819 at Québec City, Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[50],[51],[52],[53] married Mary Ann Manary (see #21), daughter of William Manary and Sarah Ann (--?--), circa 1848;[54],[55],[56] died of "senile decay, aged 71 years" 6 Oct 1890 at 58 Flora St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada;[57],[51],[58] buried 8 Oct 1890 at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[59],[60]

      "...his father being a soldier, he went, when young, to the city of Dublin, Ireland, where he attended a military college for a number of years, thence he went to Glasgow."[61] "Thomas was educated, and sent to his Father"s regiment for training in the Dublin Military College. Not finding soldiering to his liking he went to Glasgow Learning the trade of shoemaking. At 21 years of age Thomas came to Canada with his family to find new opportunities. Thomas established a shoe store in Hamilton and at age 27 married Mary Ann Manary and soon moved to Aberfoyle, Ontario, where he began to farm and was also known to be an auctioneer."[62] He lived circa 1841 at Toronto, York Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[63] He lived circa 1845 at Aberfoyle, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); "where he lived 35 years an was engaged in farming, and kept a hotel and general store during a part of that time. He was also a bailiff, auctioneer and county constable."[26] "they ran a store in West Flamborough Twp.and then a hotel in Puslinch Twp., ultimately retiring to St. Thomas, Ontario."[64] He and Mary Ann Manary appeared on the census of 1861 at part 18, con. 7, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas (40) was an innkeeper, born in Ireland, and Mary Ann (36), William (12), Andrew (10), John (7), Robert (5), Thomas (2), servant Elizabeth Little (19), and labourer Paul Aichand (49) were present. Mary Ann and the children were born in Upper Canada. They lived in a 2-story frame house on 100 acres, most of which was under cultivation. They produced wheat, peas, oats, potatoes, turnips, hay, flannel, beef, pork and butter.[65],[66] He and Mary Ann Manary appeared on the census of 1871 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (50), was b. Quebec of Irish origins and a farmer, Mary Ann (46), John (18), Robert E (15), Thomas (12), Samuel D (10), George A (7), Joseph N (5), and Sarah T (1) were present. All were Church of England, and all but Thomas were born in Ontario. They farmed 200 acres owned on concession 7, lot 18 Puslinch Twp.[67] He and Mary Ann Manary lived in 1874 at Aberfoyle, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; as a farmer.[68] He and Mary Ann Manary lived circa 1880 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas "retired from active work and came to this city to reside."[26] He and Mary Ann Manary appeared on the census of 1881 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (59) was b. Quebec, gave no occupation, and Mary Ann (55), Samuel (20), George (16) a clerk, Sarah (14), Charles (11), and Joseph (7) were present, b. Ontario, and all were Church of England and of Irish origins.[69] Thomas "represented No. 6 Ward in the City Council in 1884."[70] Thomas "was a man of kindly disposition, and well-liked by those who made his acquaintance. In religion he was Episcopalian, being a member of St. John's Church."[26]

      Children of Thomas3 Ingram and Mary Ann Manary (see #21) were as follows:

      • i. William Henry2 Ingram;[71],[71] born 14 Feb 1849 at Hamilton, Wentworth Co, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[72],[73],[74],[75] married Matilda Jane Francis 15 Dec 1875 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where William (24) was labourer and Matilda (19) both of St. Thomas;[76] died 12 Sep 1915 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 66.[77]

        He lived in 1890 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; "formerly a conductor on the M.C.R."[78] He was a customs collector between 1892 and 1893.[79] He was the postmaster for St. Thomas between 26 May 1893 and 12 Sep 1915.[80],[81],[82] He and Matilda Jane Francis appeared on the census of 1901 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where William H. (52) was a postmaster, Matilda J (44), William H. (24), and mother-in-law Elizabeth Francis (66) were present.[83] He and Matilda Jane Francis appeared on the census of 1911 at 13 Elizabeth St, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where William Henry (62) was a postmaster, and Matilda Jane (54) was present.[84]

      • ii. Andrew B Ingram;[85],[85] born 23 Apr 1851 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[86],[87] married Elizabeth (--?--) 30 May 1882;[88],[89] died 6 Sep 1934 at age 83.[90]

        Andrew was a conservative member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament for Elgin West from 29 Dec 1886 to 26 Apr 1890.[91],[92] Andrew was a federal Member of Parliament for Elgin East from 1892 to 1906.[93] He and Elizabeth (--?--) appeared on the census of 1901 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Andrew B. (49) an insurance and real estate broker, Elizabeth (41), Andrew A. (18), George S. (16) a clerk, Mary A. (13), William W. (11), and Eva Clarke (22) a domestic, were present.[94] He and Elizabeth (--?--) appeared on the census of 1911 at 322 Palmerston, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Andrew B (60) vice chairman Ontario Railways..., Elizabeth (51), Andrew A (28) barrister, George S (26) in hardware, Wm Welsey (21) a collecter for Bell Telephone, Mary A. W. (23) and domestic Emma Rucksasauri (30) were present.[95]

      • iii. John S. Ingram;[96],[96] born 3 Apr 1853 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[97],[98] married Edith M Oake Oct 1887 at Calgary, Alberta, Canada;[99] died 17 Dec 1905 at Rossland, British Columbia, Canada, at age 52.[97]

        "like so many young men, [John] drifted west in 1870, ...He worked here and there, trapped a little and herded horses for homesteaders and ranchers now and then. In 1873 he arrived in Winnipeg" where he joined the local police. "His reputation was cemented the day he arrested Ambroise Lepine, a particularly bad fellow who was wanted on murder charges. The arrest was made through the simple expediency of Ingram walking up to Lepine, putting him off guard by greeting him as he would an old friend, then knocking him out with a well placed left hook to the head." He eventually became chief, was fired, boxed professionally for a time, and later emerged in Calgary to establish their new police force in 1884.

        [100],[101] He lived in 1890 at Calgary, Alberta, Canada.[102] He and Edith M Oake appeared on the census of 1901 at Rossland, Kootenay West, British Columbia, Canada; where John (47) was a police officer, and Edith (38), her son Bernard Oke (15), their children Beatrice (10), John (7). and Leslie (5) were present.[103] He lived in 1902 at Rossland, British Columbia, Canada.[104] His last job was as a dynamite man in Rossland. "On 17 December 1905 he was preparing fuses in the camp's main powder shack...Suddenly a terrific explosion rent the still morning air. The powder shack was blown asunder leaving only a huge hole, fifty feet across and ten feet deep. Twenty men who were nearby awaiting their day's orders were injured, some seriously; but Ingram was the sole fatality. His shattered body was found 500 feet away... he had been at the very center of the blast. The man whose methods of law enforcement makes those of more famous lawmen appear pale in comparison was dead at age 55."

        [100] "On 20 December, 1905 the remains of the lawman who had tamed three towns by literally beating them into law and order with his massive fists was put aboard a train and returned to St. Thomas, Ont. for interment in Ingram family plot."[100]

      • iv. Robert E Ingram;[105],[105] born circa 1856 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[106]

      • v. Thomas Ingram;[105],[105] born 20 Sep 1858 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[107],[108] married Mary Elizabeth A Worthington 30 Oct 1878 at Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (26) of Puslinch, a farmer, and Mary Elizabteh (26) was of the same place;[109] married Joanna Hassan 14 Nov 1889 at Guelph, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (31) was a constable & auctioneer at Morriston, Joanna (39) of Waterloo d/o James Hassan & Margaret Chapman;[110] married Sarah (--?--) before 1901;[111] died from cerebral hemmorrhage and general paresis 28 Mar 1929 at Psychiatric Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, at age 70;[112] buried 29 Mar 1929 at Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.[113]

        He lived in 1884 at Aberfoyle, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; at the death of his wife Betsy Worthington.[114] He lived in 1890 at Guelph, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada.[115] He and Sarah (--?--) appeared on the census of 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (42) was an auctioneer, and Sarah (41), James (22), Thomas C. (18) were present.[116] He and Sarah (--?--) appeared on the census of 1911 at 336 Palmerston Ave., Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (52) was an auctioneer, and Sarah (51) was present.[117]

      • vi. Samuel Dice Ingram;[118],[118] born 3 Apr 1861 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[119],[19] died 1942;[120] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[121]

        He lived in 1890 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; "of the M.C.R."[26] He and Sarah Teresa Ingram appeared on the census of 1911 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where brother Samuel D. (50) worked on the railway, and sister Sara T (36) was present. Brother George A Ingram and family also lived there.[122]

      • 10. vii. George Albert Ingram.

      • viii. Joseph N. Ingram;[123],[123] born Aug 1865 at Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[124],[125],[126] died 6 Jan 1915 at Montana, United States of America, at age 49.[127],[128]

        He emigrated in 1887 to United States of America.[129] He lived in 1890 at Great Falls, Montana, United States of America; "a conductor on the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railway."[26] He appeared on the census of 1900 at 122 1st Ave. West, Kalispell, Flathead Co., Montana, United States of America; where Joseph Ingram (33, b. Aug 1866) was a day labourer, naturalized in the US.[130] He lived in 1902 at Montana, United States of America.[104]

      • ix. Sarah Teresa Ingram;[131],[131] born 17 Jun 1870 at Ontario, Canada;[132],[133] died 16 Jan 1938 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 67;[134],[135] buried 18 Jan 1938 at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[136],[137]

        She lived in 1890 at 58 Flora St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; "unmarried and at home."[26] As of 1890, she was also known as Tessie.[138] She and Samuel Dice Ingram appeared on the census of 1911 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where brother Samuel D. (50) worked on the railway, and sister Sara T (36) was present. Brother George A Ingram and family also lived there.[122]

      • x. Charles Clark (or Cormack) Ingram;[139],[139] born 19 Jan 1874 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada;[140],[141] died 21 Jun 1896 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 22;[142],[143] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[144]

        He lived in 1890 at 58 Flora St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; "at home."[26]

      21. Mary Ann3 MANARY (child of William, #42);[145],[146] born 20 Nov 1824 at Nelson Twp., Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[147],[148],[149],[150] married Thomas Ingram (see #20), son of Andrew Ingram and Mary Brideu, circa 1848;[54],[55],[56] died 15 Jul 1902 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 77;[151],[152],[153] buried 17 Jul 1902 at St. Thomas Cemetery, West Ave, sect F, #277, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[154],[155]

      "they ran a store in West Flamborough Twp.and then a hotel in Puslinch Twp., ultimately retiring to St. Thomas, Ontario."[64] She and Thomas Ingram appeared on the census of 1861 at part 18, con. 7, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Thomas (40) was an innkeeper, born in Ireland, and Mary Ann (36), William (12), Andrew (10), John (7), Robert (5), Thomas (2), servant Elizabeth Little (19), and labourer Paul Aichand (49) were present. Mary Ann and the children were born in Upper Canada. They lived in a 2-story frame house on 100 acres, most of which was under cultivation. They produced wheat, peas, oats, potatoes, turnips, hay, flannel, beef, pork and butter.[65],[66] She and Thomas Ingram appeared on the census of 1871 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (50), was b. Quebec of Irish origins and a farmer, Mary Ann (46), John (18), Robert E (15), Thomas (12), Samuel D (10), George A (7), Joseph N (5), and Sarah T (1) were present. All were Church of England, and all but Thomas were born in Ontario. They farmed 200 acres owned on concession 7, lot 18 Puslinch Twp.[67] She and Thomas Ingram lived in 1874 at Aberfoyle, Puslinch Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada; as a farmer.[68] She and Thomas Ingram lived circa 1880 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas "retired from active work and came to this city to reside."[26] She and Thomas Ingram appeared on the census of 1881 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Thomas (59) was b. Quebec, gave no occupation, and Mary Ann (55), Samuel (20), George (16) a clerk, Sarah (14), Charles (11), and Joseph (7) were present, b. Ontario, and all were Church of England and of Irish origins.[69] She appeared on the census of 1901 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Mary (76) was a widow of Irish decent, Samuel (40) a switchman, George (38) a merchant, and Theresa (30) were present, all Church of England.[156] "Mrs. Ingram was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her, and was of a noble and loveable character."[157] In 1902, she was also known in error as Nora on her Ontario death registration.[158]



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        22. Arthur John3 NEALE (child of John, #44);[159],[160] born 5 Mar 1855 at Lambeth, London, Co. Surrey, England;[161],[162],[163] married Catherine Parish (see #23), daughter of Daniel Parish and Catherine Hepburn, 1 Jan 1878 at Trinity Church, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (22) was a clerk on the railway;[164],[165],[166] married Maria Brooks 6 Sep 1924 at Christ Church, Port Stanley, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (69) was a clerk for the railway, and widower, and Maria Ruckle (67), daughter of Francis and Ellen Brooks, was a nurse, widow, and both Anglican;[167],[168] died 15 Jan 1939 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 83;[169],[170] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery Mausoleum, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[171]

        He emigrated circa 1872 to Canada.[172],[173] He lived in 1878 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; prior to his marriage to Catherine Parish.[174] He was a railway clerk between 1878 and 1880 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[175],[176] He and Catherine Parish appeared on the census of 1881 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (26) was an English-born bookkeeper, and Catherine (28), Frederick (2) and Catherine (6 mo, b Nov 1880) were present, born in Ontario, and all were Church of England.[177] He and Catherine Parish appeared on the census of 1901 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (46) was an accountant, Catherine (48), Emly (20) a "Musition", Sarah M (15), Arthur (13), and Cecil (5) were present.[178] He and Catherine Parish appeared on the census of 1911 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (56) a bookeeper for the railway, Catherine (58), Sarah M. (25) a miliner, and Cecil N. (15) were present.[179] Between 1916 and 1923, Arthur John Neale and Catherine Parish lived at 21 McIntyre St., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.[180] He lived in 1924 at 21 McIntyre St., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada; at his marriage to Maria Ruckle (nee Brooks).[181]

        Children of Arthur John3 Neale and Catherine Parish (see #23) were as follows:

        • i. Frederick John Parish2 Neale;[182],[182] born 24 Oct 1878 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada;[183],[184] married Elinor (--?--).[185]

          He appeared on the census of 1901 at Hamilton, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada; where Fred J (21) was a bookkeeper, living with many lodgers in the boarding house of widow Sophie[?] Foote (39).[186] He appeared on the census of 1911 at Westmount, Québec, Canada; where Fred John (33) was an office accountant, and Elinor M (32), Marjorie E. (4), Doric C. (3), and Fred Dixon (15 mos) were present.[187]

        • 11. ii. Catherine Emily Neale.

        • iii. Sarah M Neale;[188],[188] born 22 Mar 1886 at Ontario, Canada.[189]

        • iv. Arthur Daniel Heborn Neale;[188],[188] born 13 Nov 1887 at Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[190],[191]

        • v. Cecil Neale;[188],[188] born 22 Mar 1896 at Ontario, Canada.[192],[193],[194]

          He began military service on 30 Mar 1916 at St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, where he was a machinist, 5ft 8in, with brown eyes and auburn hair.[195] On 30 Mar 1916, Cecil Neale lived at 21 McIntyre St., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, with his parents.[195]

        23. Catherine3 PARISH (child of Daniel, #46);[196],[197] born 7 Mar 1853 at South Yarmouth, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[198],[189],[199],[200] married Arthur John Neale (see #22), son of John Neale and Jane Maria Bott, 1 Jan 1878 at Trinity Church, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (22) was a clerk on the railway;[164],[165],[166] died of heart failure, having visited only 35 minutes at her daughter Catherine Ingram's home 15 Oct 1923 at 138 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 70;[201],[202] buried at St. Thomas Cemetery Mausoleum, St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada.[203]

        She lived in 1878 at Yarmouth Twp., Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; prior to her marriage to Arthur Neale.[174] She and Arthur John Neale appeared on the census of 1881 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (26) was an English-born bookkeeper, and Catherine (28), Frederick (2) and Catherine (6 mo, b Nov 1880) were present, born in Ontario, and all were Church of England.[177] She and Arthur John Neale appeared on the census of 1901 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (46) was an accountant, Catherine (48), Emly (20) a "Musition", Sarah M (15), Arthur (13), and Cecil (5) were present.[178] She and Arthur John Neale appeared on the census of 1911 at St. Thomas, Elgin Co., Ontario, Canada; where Arthur (56) a bookeeper for the railway, Catherine (58), Sarah M. (25) a miliner, and Cecil N. (15) were present.[179] Between 1916 and 1923, Catherine Parish and Arthur John Neale lived at 21 McIntyre St., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada.[180]



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          40. Andrew4 INGRAM; married Mary Brideu (see #41).[204]

          "Born in County Tyrone, Ireland he joined the 87th Regiment after leaving school and fought with valor in the Napoleonic Wars through to the Battle of Waterloo where he received a sword wound to the head, in support of the Duke of Wellington. He remained in service and married Mary Brideu. He was stationed in many British outposts including Quebec, where his son Thomas was born. He returned to Hannahville Ireland...Andrew Ingram returned to Ireland with his wife Mary Brideu where he died at 90 years of age and she shortly after."[62]

          Children of Andrew4 Ingram and Mary Brideu (see #41) were as follows:

          • i. . John3 Ingram[49],[49] and Andrew Ingram emigrated after 1840 to Australia; "to seek their fortune" from the gold rush.[205]

          • ii. . William Ingram[49],[49] emigrated after 1840 to Philidelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America; "were he spent his life."[206]

          • iii. . Andrew Ingram[49],[49] and John Ingram emigrated after 1840 to Australia; "to seek their fortune" from the gold rush.[205]

          • 20. iv. Thomas Ingram.

          • v. Rebecca Ingram;[49],[49] born Dec 1836;[207],[208] married Austin O"Malley from 1857 to 1865;[209],[204],[210] died 5 Jun 1912 at 510 Oak St., San Francisco, California, United States of America, at age 75.[211]

            She and Austin O"Malley "lived first in London and later in San Francisco Ca. where they lived through the earthquake and great fire. They had six Children: Rebecca, Helen and Margaret (none of whom married) and William a Doctor who was fatally wounded in the Cuban War, Thomas an Ordained Priest and Austin(no information)."[212] She and Austin O"Malley appeared on the census of 1871 at London, Ontario, Canada; where Austin O'Malley (35) a collar maker, and Rebecca O'Malley (34), both born Ireland, and Mary O'Malley (13), Rebecca O'Malley (11), Margret O'Malley (9), Nellie O'Malley (8), John O'Malley (7), Austin O'Malley (5), William O'Malley (3), Thomas O'Malley (7 mo, b. Sep 1870), each born in Ontario, with Richard Martin (24) collar maker, and Ellen Hays (19) a servant, were present.[213] She and Austin O"Malley emigrated between 1874 and 1878 to United States of America.[214] She and Austin O"Malley appeared on the census of 1880 at 414 Minna St., San Francisco, California, United States of America; where Austin J. O'Malley (44) Irish-born harness maker, Rebecca O'Malley (44) b. Canada of Scotish parents, children Mary A. O'Malley (21), Rebecca E. O'Malley (18), Maggie O'Malley (17), Nellie A. O'Malley (15), John P. O'Malley (14), Austin A. O'Malley (12), William O'Malley (10), Thomas O'Malley (8), Richard O'Malley (6) all born Canada, and George W. O'Malley (2) born in California, were present.[215] She and Austin O"Malley appeared on the census of 1900 at 1114 Hyde St., San Francisco, California, United States of America; where Austin J O'Malley (65, b. May 1835, Ireland) a harness maker?, his wife Rebecca O'Malley (64, b. Dec. 1836, Canada), children Hellen O'Malley (38, b. Oct 1871, Canada), and George O'Malley (31, b. Dec. 1878, Calif.) were present.[216] She and Austin O"Malley appeared on the census of 1910 at 510 Oak St., San Francisco, California, United States of America; where Austin J O'Malley (67), harness maker b. Ireland, and wife of 45 years Rebecca O'Malley (65) b. England, and children Rebecca E O'Malley (38) an adjuster with the US Mint, Austin A O'Malley (35) a cable man with the telephone company, Margaret O'Malley (21), and Helen O'Malley (21) an artist in china painting, each born in California, and boarder Mary Scoles (21) a dressmaker, were present.[217] She it was published, "beloved wife of the late Austin J. O'Malley, and devoted mother of Father O'Malley of St. Agnes Church, and John, Austin, George, Helen, Rebecca, and Margaret O'Malley, a native of London, England... Interment Holy Cross cemetery" on 6 Jun 1912 at San Francisco, California, United States of America.[218]

          41. Mary4 BRIDEU; married Andrew Ingram (see #40).[204]



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            42. William4 MANARY; born circa 1799;[219],[220],[221] married Sarah Ann (--?--) (see #43) 1823 at Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[222] married Helen Holland McGregor 1843;[223] died 22 Oct 1849 at West Flamborough, Wentworth Co, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[224],[225]

            Children of William4 Manary and Sarah Ann (--?--) (see #43) were as follows:

            • 21. i. Mary Ann3 Manary.

            • ii. Hannah Manary;[226],[226] born 1831;[227] died 1851.[227]

            • iii. Robert Manary;[226],[226] born 1832 at Nassagaweya Twp., Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[224],[228] married Elizabeth Hillis 1852 at Courtland, Norfolk Co, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[229] died 18 Oct 1864.[227]

              Robert and Elizabeth had seven children, and several descendants are known.[230]

            • iv. John Henry Manary;[226],[226] born 1833 at Nelson Twp., Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[224] married Sarah Wilson Urquhart 8 Nov 1874 at Delhi, Norfolk Co, Ontario, Canada; where John (38) of Courtland, Middleton, was a lumber man, and Sarah (36) was daughter of Peter Urquhart and Rebecka Wilson;[231],[232] died by suicide 20 Jan 1898 at Middleton Twp., Norfolk Co, Ontario, Canada.[233],[234]

              John and Sarah had one child, Frank (13 Jun 1876), and few of his descendants are known.[230] He lived in 1898 at Lot 33, con 3, Middleton Twp., Norfolk Co, Ontario, Canada; at his death.[235]

            • v. Samuel Johnston Manary;[226],[226] born 1837 at Nelson Twp., Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[224] married Elizabeth Whitehead 19 Mar 1868 at West Flamborough, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada; where Samuel (32) of West Flamboro Twp., and Elizabeth (22) daughter of Francis Whitehead and Hannah, was of the same place;[229],[236] died 1 May 1895 at West Flamborough, Wentworth Co, Ontario, Canada.[237]

              Samuel and Elizabeth had seven children and many descendants are known.[230]

            43. Sarah Ann4 (--?--); born 1801 at Nassagaweya Twp., Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[227],[237] married William Manary (see #42) 1823 at Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada);[222] died 30 Oct 1839 at Nelson Twp., Halton Co., Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[227],[237]


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