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92. John5 WHEELER (child of Benjamin, #184);[566],[567] born 6 Mar 1778 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Maine, British America;[143],[568] married Wealthea Ann Gorton (see #93), daughter of Simeon Gorton, 21 Jan 1800 at Hampden, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America;[417],[569] died "aged 67" 19 Sep 1845 at 19 South Rd, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America, at age 67.[570]

Wheelersborough was renamed Hampden in 1794.[571] He and Wealthea Ann Gorton appeared on the census of 1810 at Hampden, Hancock Co., Maine, United States of America; where John Wheeler was named, and there were 7 people in the household. There were 3 boys and 2 girls under 10, and a male and female adult each 26-44. [the counts agree with these family members being present: John (32), Wealthea (31), Simeon (9), Eliza (6), Valentine (4), Wealthea (2), and John (0)].[572] He and Wealthea Ann Gorton appeared on the census of 1820 at Hampden, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where John Wheeler was named, and the household conatined 12 people: 3 girls and 1 boy under 10, 1 girl and 2 boys under 15, a young man and woman each under 25, and a man and woman each 26-44 [which is consistent with these family members: John (42), Wealthea (41), Simeon (19), Eliza (16), Valentine (14), Wealthea (12), John (10), Sarah (8), Hiram (6), Melinda (3), and Julia (0)].[573] He and Wealthea Ann Gorton appeared on the census of 1830 at Newburgh, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where John Wheeler was named, and there were 10 people in the household: 1 girl and boy each under 9, 2 girls and 1 boy under 14, a young man and woman each under 29, and a man and woman each 50-59 [which is consistent with these family members: John (52), Wealthea (51), John (20), Hiram (16), Melinda (13), Julia (10), Matilda (6), Robert (5), and either Wealthea (22) or Sarah (18)].[574]

Children of John5 Wheeler and Wealthea Ann Gorton (see #93) all born at Hampden, Maine, United States of America, were as follows:

  • 46. i. Simeon4 Wheeler.

  • ii. Eliza Wheeler;[575],[575] born 1804;[576],[577] married Otis Ingals Bussey;[578] died 5 Apr 1839 at Roxbury, Massachusetts, United States of America.[577]

    Eliza and Otis had three children: Daniel Ingalls Bussey (1824-1894), Benjamin Bussey (b. 1826), Lydia Ann Bussey (1828-1908).[579],[580],[581] She and Otis Ingals Bussey appeared on the census of 1830 at Newburgh, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where Otis I. Bussey was named, having 5 people in his household: a man 30-39, a woman 20-29, a girl and boy under 5, another boy under 9.[582]

  • iii. Valentine Wheeler;[575],[575] born 1806;[576],[583] married Martha Borland 17 Dec 1829 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where both were of Addington Parish.[279],[584]

    He lived in 1829 at Addington Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); at his marriage.[585] Valentine and Martha had 10 children in Upsalquitch, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, and many decendants are known: Velma Ellen Wheeler (b. 1829), James Simeon Wheeler (b. 1830), Jonathan Lovejoy Wheeler (1832-1838), Mary Jane Wheeler (b. 1835), Alexander Wheeler (b. 1837), Melinda Wheeler (b. 1840), Annabella Wheeler (b. 1844), Matilda Wheeler (1845-1884), Almira Wheeler (1848-1915), Valentine Gordon Wheeler (b. 1851).[586],[587]

  • iv. Wealthea Ann Wheeler;[575],[575] born 1808;[588],[576],[589] died "aged 62 yrs, 8 mos" 16 Nov 1876 at Maple St., Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America;[590],[591] buried at Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America.[592]

    She appeared on the census of 1850 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where Wealthy Wheeler (36), her mother Wealthy Wheeler (70), and brother Robert Wheeler (25), lived with sister Matilda Wilcox (26), all born in ME, and John M Wilcox (36) born VT, an electrotyper, and Rockwell Wilcox (8 mos).[593] She appeared on the census of 1870 at West Roxbury, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where Welthy Wheeler (49) lived with sister [Matilda] Lucinda Wilcox (47) both born Maine, and John W Wilcox (50) an electrotyper.[594]

  • v. John Wheeler;[575],[575] born 1810.[576],[595]

  • vi. Sarah Crosby Wheeler;[575],[575] born 2 Mar 1812;[576],[596] married John Brown 11 Jan 1832;[597] married Reverend William Small between 1840 and 1845;[597] died 31 Mar 1865 at Monticello, Green Co., Wisconsin, United States of America, at age 53.[598]

    Sarah and John had 5 children: Charles Bulkley Brown (1832-1909), Hiram Brown (b.1834), George Irving Brown (b.1836), Henry Lovejoy Brown (1838-1898), and Augustus Wheeler Brown (1839-1863).[599] She might be the person who appeared on the census of 1840 at Exeter, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where Sarah Brown was named, having 7 people in the household: 3 boys under 5, 2 boys under 9, a girl of 10-15, and woman 30-39.[600] Sarah and William had five children: Leonard William Small (b.1845), Frances Crosby Small, Mary Wealthea Small (b.1848), Sarah Jane Small (b.1850), and Anson P. Morril Small (1855-1910).[599] She and Reverend William Small appeared on the census of 1850 at Belmont, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America; where William Small (37) was a farmer, with Sarah C Small (36), Hiram Brown (16) a farmer, George E Brown (14), Henry L Brown (12), Augusta W Brown (11), Leonard W Small (4), Francis E Small (3), Mary W Small (1), and Sara's sister Julia M Wheeler (26), all born in Maine.[601] She and Reverend William Small appeared on the census of 1860 at Mount Pleasant, Green Co., Wisconsin, United States of America; where William Small (47) was a minister, with Sarah Small (47), Leonard W Small (15), Frank C Small (13), Mary W Small (12), Sarah J Small (9), Anson M Small (6), and Henry L Brown (22) a printer, all born in Maine.[602]

  • vii. Hiram Smith Wheeler;[603],[603] born 12 Jan 1814;[604] married Elizabeth Weston 29 Jul 1840;[605],[606],[607] died 7 Jun 1888 at California, United States of America, at age 74.[608]

    He and Elizabeth Weston likely were those appearing on the census of 1860 at Bangor, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where Hiram S Wheeler (44) was a carpenter born in Maine, with Elisabeth Wheeler (41), Henry W Wheeler (18), and Albert M Wheeler (16) born in New Hampshire, and Mary E Wheeler (10) born in Maine.[609] He and Elizabeth Weston appeared on the census of 1870 at San Francisco, California, United States of America; where Hiram Wheeler (54) was a house carpenter born in Maine, Elizabeth Wheeler (49) born New Hampshire, and Mary Wheeler (20) born Maine, were present.[610] He was living in 1872 at San Francisco, California, United States of America; where his full name appeared on the voters list "Hiram Smith Wheeler, age 57."[611] He and Elizabeth Weston appeared on the census of 1880 at Alameda, Alameda Co., California, United States of America; where Hiram S. Wheeler (63) was superintendant of a lighthouse, with Elizabeth Wheeler (61), and Mary E. Wheeler (30) present.[612]

  • viii. Melinda Crosby Wheeler;[613],[613] born 19 Mar 1817;[614] married Henry Lovejoy 22 Oct 1838 at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, United States of America;[615] died May 1887 at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, United States of America, at age 70;[616] buried 10 May 1887 at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, United States of America.[617]

    She and Henry Lovejoy appeared on the census of 1850 at Mason, Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire, United States of America; where Henry Lovejoy (45) was a painter, born New Hampshire, with Malinda Lovejoy (33), and Henry W Lovejoy (11) born in Maine, and Lirry Lovejoy (4), Susan Proctor (50) born in New Hampshire.[618] She and Henry Lovejoy appeared on the census of 1860 at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, United States of America; where Henry Lovejoy (54) was an electrotyper, with Melinda Lovejoy (43), Henry Lovejoy (21) also an electrotyper, Lizzie F Lovejoy (14), and P A Lovejoy (female, 1).[619] She and Henry Lovejoy appeared on the census of 1880 at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, United States of America; where Henry Lovejoy (75) was an electrotyper, with Millinda Lovejoy (63), Persis A. Lovejoy (21), and servant Bettie Johnson (28) present.[620]

  • ix. Julia Ann Wheeler;[621],[621] born 10 Dec 1820;[622] married Sumner Pearson 25 Sep 1851 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America;[623],[624] married (--?--) Pitcher between 1871 and 1879;[623],[625] died 12 Sep 1904 at age 83;[626],[627] buried at Morrill Village Cemetery, Morrill, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America, "Julia A. / Wife of / Sumner Pearson / Dec. 12, 1820 / Sept. 12, 1904 / S. C. Pearson died in Cal. in 1862."[628]

    She appeared on the census of 1850 at Belmont, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America; where Julia M Wheeler (26), lived with sister Sarah C Small (36), with William Small (37) a farmer, Hiram Brown (16) a farmer, George E Brown (14), Henry L Brown (12), Augusta W Brown (11), Leonard W Small (4), Francis E Small (3), and Mary W Small (1), all born in Maine.[601] Julia and Sumner had one child: Laura Matilda Pearson (30 Apr 1853 - 3 Apr 1886).[629],[630] She appeared on the census of 1860 at Morrill, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America; where Julia A Pierson (37), and Laura M Pierson (7) lived with Julia's father-in-law Trial Pierson (59) a farmer, with Martha Pierson (55), Dorcus Pierson (28), and Adelia Pierson (23).[631] Sumner died in 1862 while in California.[632],[633] She appeared on the census of 1870 at Morrill, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America; where Julia A Pearson (47), and Tillia A Pearson (17) lived with Tryal Pearson (69), and Martha Pearson (66).[634] She appeared on the census of 1880 at Belmont, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America; where Julia A Pitcher farmed 6 acres.[635] She appeared on the census of 1900 at Belmont, Waldo Co., Maine, United States of America; where Julia A Pitcher (77) was a widow, mother of one child no longer living, border with Fidelia Creasey (62) widow, her children, and other borders.[636]

  • x. Matilda Myrick Wheeler;[637],[637] born 17 Aug 1824;[638] married John Wilton Wilcox 16 Sep 1846 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; by Rev. Chandler Robbins;[639],[640],[641] died "widow, aged 74" 30 Mar 1899 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America, at age 74.[642],[643]

    She and John Wilton Wilcox appeared on the census of 1850 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where John M Wilcox (36) born VT, an electrotyper, Matilda Wilcox (26) born ME, and Rockwell Wilcox (8 mos) were joined by Matilda's mother Wealthy Wheeler (70), sister Wealthy Wheeler (36), and brother Robert Wheeler (25).[593] She and John Wilton Wilcox appeared on the census of 1860 at West Roxbury, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where John W Wilcox (46) was an electrotyper, with Matilda M Wilcox (35), and teacher, Hattie Luther (23) were present.[644] She and John Wilton Wilcox appeared on the census of 1870 at West Roxbury, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where Welthy Wheeler (49) lived with sister [Matilda] Lucinda Wilcox (47) both born Maine, and John W Wilcox (50) an electrotyper.[594] She appeared on the census of 1880 at Maple St., Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where Matilda M Wilcox (55) was a widow, with servant Mary Martin (26) of Ireland.[645]

  • xi. Robert Wheeler;[646],[646] born 4 May 1825;[647] married Mary Vinton Emerson 27 Nov 1851 at Melrose, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; by W. H. Hatch, where Robert (26) was a trader, born Hamden ME, and Mary (21) was daughter of George and Elmira Emerson;[648],[649] married Harriet Louisa Emerson 25 May 1856 at Melrose, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, United States of America;[650] died "of consumption, married farmer, aged 45, son of John and Welthea" 14 May 1870 at Lunenburg, Worcester Co., Massachusetts, United States of America, at age 45.[651]

    He appeared on the census of 1850 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where Robert Wheeler (25), his sister Wealthy Wheeler (36), and mother Wealthy Wheeler (70), lived with sister Matilda Wilcox (26), all born in ME, and John M Wilcox (36) born VT, an electrotyper, and Rockwell Wilcox (8 mos).[593] Robert and Harriet had two children: Mary Louise Wheeler (10 Apr 1858 - 7 May 1861), and George Emerson Wheeler (b. 22 Jan 1860).[652],[653]

93. Wealthea Ann5 GORTON (child of Simeon, #186);[654] born 13 Aug 1779 at Wheelersborough (Hampden), Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America;[655],[656] married John Wheeler (see #92), son of Benjamin Wheeler and Elizabeth Burnham, 21 Jan 1800 at Hampden, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America;[417],[569] died 29 Jan 1857 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America, at age 77.[657],[655]

She and John Wheeler appeared on the census of 1810 at Hampden, Hancock Co., Maine, United States of America; where John Wheeler was named, and there were 7 people in the household. There were 3 boys and 2 girls under 10, and a male and female adult each 26-44. [the counts agree with these family members being present: John (32), Wealthea (31), Simeon (9), Eliza (6), Valentine (4), Wealthea (2), and John (0)].[572] She and John Wheeler appeared on the census of 1820 at Hampden, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where John Wheeler was named, and the household conatined 12 people: 3 girls and 1 boy under 10, 1 girl and 2 boys under 15, a young man and woman each under 25, and a man and woman each 26-44 [which is consistent with these family members: John (42), Wealthea (41), Simeon (19), Eliza (16), Valentine (14), Wealthea (12), John (10), Sarah (8), Hiram (6), Melinda (3), and Julia (0)].[573] She and John Wheeler appeared on the census of 1830 at Newburgh, Penobscot Co., Maine, United States of America; where John Wheeler was named, and there were 10 people in the household: 1 girl and boy each under 9, 2 girls and 1 boy under 14, a young man and woman each under 29, and a man and woman each 50-59 [which is consistent with these family members: John (52), Wealthea (51), John (20), Hiram (16), Melinda (13), Julia (10), Matilda (6), Robert (5), and either Wealthea (22) or Sarah (18)].[574] She appeared on the census of 1850 at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States of America; where Wealthy Wheeler (70), daughter Wealthy Wheeler (36), and son Robert Wheeler (25), lived with daughter Matilda Wilcox (26), all born in ME, and John M Wilcox (36) born VT, an electrotyper, and Rockwell Wilcox (8 mos).[593]



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    94. John5 CONNELL; born 1787 at Glanmire, Co. Cork, Ireland;[658],[659] married Ellen Quinn (see #95);[660] died 1864 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada);[661] buried 1864 at Holy Family Cemetery, Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada), "O'Connell / John 1787-1864 / Cork Ireland / His Beloved Wife / Helen Quinn 1796 / Cork Ireland / Catherine O'Connell / 1822-1828 / Cork Ireland."[662]

    He and Ellen Quinn appeared on the census of 1861 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where John Connel (74) was a farmer, with Ellen Connel (65), son John Connel (45) a farmer, daughter-in-law Mary Connel (25), and grandson Patrick Connel (7) were present.[663]

    Children of John5 Connell and Ellen Quinn (see #95) were as follows:

    • i. Mary4 Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1807 at Ireland;[665] married Daniel Bracket 21 Aug 1827;[666] died 22 Feb 1889 at Dunn Co., Wisconsin, United States of America.[667]

      It has been said Mary and Daniel had 19 children: James Brackett b.c. 1822, Davenport Brackett b.c. 1823, Mary Jane Brackett b.c. 1824, Nancy Brackett b.c. 1825, Daniel Brackett b.1826, Johanna Bracket b.1827, Elijah Brackett b.1828, Thomas Brackett b.1830, Saloman Brackett b.c. 1834, Jane Brackett b.1840, Mary Brackett b.c. 1842, George Brackett b.22 May 1841, Abraham Brackett b.c. 1843, Josiah Brackett b.c. 1844, John Brackett b.c. 1846, Eliza Brackett b.c. 1848, Jeremiah Brackett b.c. 1850, William Brackett b.September 1852, Ellen Brackett b.18 September 1854.[668] She and Daniel Bracket appeared on the census of 1861 at Restigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Daniel Bracket (66) was a farmer, born in the U.S., with Mary (45) born New Brunswick, and Jaimy Bracket (33) and the remaining born in Lower Canada: Daniel Bracket (28), Soloman Bracket (26), Thomas Bracket (23), George Bracket (20), Abraham Bracket (16), Josiah Bracket (15), William Bracket (12), Jane Bracket (21), Mary Bracket (18), Eliza Bracket (10), Ellen Bracket (7), living in a 1-story log house.[669] She and Daniel Bracket appeared on the census of 1871 at Restigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Daniel Brackett (77) was a farmer, with Mary Brackett (64), Mary Brackett (27), Abraham Brackett (25), Josiah Brackett (23), and Eliza Brackett (20) present.[670] She appeared on the census of 1880 at Spring Brook, Dunn Co., Wisconsin, United States of America; where Mary C. Brackett (75) a widow, and daughter Mary Brackett (35), lived with son Abraham Brackett (32) a farmer, and his family Grace D. Brackett (35), William D. Brackett (5), Mary J. Brackett (3), James Brackett (1), and boarder Edward Griffith (11).[671]

    • 47. ii. Margaret Connell.

    • iii. Ann Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1810 at Ireland;[672] married William Walsh 19 Oct 1826 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); by Hugh Munro, in the presence of Janis Munro, where Ann and William were of Beresford parish.[666],[673]

      She and William Walsh appeared on the census of 1861 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); William Walsh (63) was a farmer, born Ireland, with Nancy Walsh (56) also born Ireland, William Walsh (25), Margret Walsh (24), Patrick Walsh (22), Francis Walsh (20), James Walsh (18), Ann Walsh (16), Fanny Walsh (14), Richard Walsh (12), and lodger James B Shelly (35) the schoolmaster.[674] She and William Walsh appeared on the census of 1871 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where William Walsh (77) was a farmer, with Anney Walsh (66), Francis Walsh (29), Frances Walsh (22), Hannah Walsh (6), and James Shelly (40) a teacher.[675]

    • iv. Francis Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1815 at Ireland;[665] married Fanny Hurley.[666]

      No further information, or verification of Francis has been found.[676]

    • v. John Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1816 at Ireland;[665] married Mary Cunningham 23 Feb 1852 at Petit Rocher, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); by E. J. Dumphy, in the presence of John Walsh, and Ellen Walsh;[677],[678],[679] died between 1881 and 1891.[680]

      He and Mary Cunningham appeared on the census of 1861 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where John Connel (45) a farmer, wife Mary Connel (25), and son Patrick Connel (7), lived with John's father John Connel (74) a farmer, and mother Ellen Connel (65).[663] He and Mary Cunningham appeared on the census of 1871 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where John Connell (55) was a farmer, born in Ireland, with Mary Connell (36) and the children, born in New Brunswick: Patrick Connell (16), George Connell (14), Ellen Connell (11), Margarit Connell (8), John Connell (6), William Connell (4), and Isabella Connell (1).[681] He and Mary Cunningham appeared on the census of 1881 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where John Connell (63) was a farmer, with Mary Connell (48), Patrick Connell (25), George Connell (23), Helen Connell (20), Margarit Connell (17), John Connell (16), William Connell (13), Bella Connell (10), and Michael Connell (8).[682]

    • vi. Ellen Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1817 at Ireland;[665] married John Driscoll 3 Mar 1840 at Belledune, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada).[666],[683]

      She and John Driscoll appeared on the census of 1861 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where John Driscol (50) was a farmer, with Ellen Driscol (44), both born Ireland, and Nancy Driscol (20), William Driscol (19), Ann Driscol (17), George Driscol (15), Ellen Driscol (13), Frances Driscol (11), John Driscol (9), Michel Driscol (7), Herman Driscol (5), and Joseph Driscol (3) born New Brunswick.[684]

    • vii. Johanna Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1819 at Ireland;[665] married Donald Stewart 29 Nov 1832 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); by Alexander Somerville, where Donald was of Bathurst, and Johanna was of Beresford in Gloucester Co.[666],[685]

    • viii. Catherine Connell;[664],[664] born circa 1822 at Ireland;[665] died 1828 at Ireland.[665]

    • ix. George Connell;[664],[664] born 1826 at New Brunswick, British North America (Canada).[665]

    95. Ellen5 QUINN; born circa 1796 at Glanmire, Co. Cork, Ireland;[686] married John Connell (see #94).[660]

    She and John Connell appeared on the census of 1861 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where John Connel (74) was a farmer, with Ellen Connel (65), son John Connel (45) a farmer, daughter-in-law Mary Connel (25), and grandson Patrick Connel (7) were present.[663]



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      160. John6 NEWLOVE; born 1723;[687] married Mary Ward (see #161);[688] died 1807.[687]

      Children of John6 Newlove and Mary Ward (see #161) were:

      161. Mary6 WARD; born 1737;[687] married John Newlove (see #160);[688] died 1808.[687]



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        162. William6 CORNER; born 1761;[689] married Mary Lupton (see #163).[690]

        Children of William6 Corner and Mary Lupton (see #163) were:

        163. Mary6 LUPTON; born 1765;[689] married William Corner (see #162).[690]



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          176. James6 ASSELS; married Ann Banks (see #177) 27 Jan 1749 at Saint Katherine By The Tower, London, England.[691],[692]

          He was a milkman in 1753 at Church Lane, Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[693] He lived between 1755 and 1760 at Lambeth St., Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[694]

          Children of James6 Assels and Ann Banks (see #177) were as follows:

          • i. Elizabeth5 Assels;[695],[695] christened 1 Mar 1753 at Saint George in the East, Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[696]

          • 88. ii. James Assels.

          • iii. Ann Assels;[695],[695] christened 20 Oct 1756 at Whitechapel St Mary parish, Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[696]

          • iv. Elizabeth Assels;[697],[697] christened 21 Feb 1759 at Whitechapel St Mary parish, Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[698]

          • v. John Assels;[697],[697] christened 19 Nov 1760 at Whitechapel St Mary parish, Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England.[698]

          177. Ann6 BANKS; married James Assels (see #176) 27 Jan 1749 at Saint Katherine By The Tower, London, England.[691],[692]



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            178. Robert6 FLOWERS; born circa 1748 at England;[699],[700] married Alice Pennington (see #179) circa 1775;[701] he may have died 20 Jul 1831 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[143],[702]

            He began military service circa Jan 1772 at Belfast, Co. Antrim, Ulster, Ireland, with 53rd Regiment of Foot.[703] He was a soldier in the 53rd Reg. under Capt. Robert Wright"s Company, stationed in Limerick, Munster, Jan 1772-Aor 1773, then under Captain John Edward in Lisburn, Ulster, Apr 1773-Apr 1774, then in Dublin until Jun 1775 between Jun 1772 and Jun 1775 at Ireland.[704],[705],[706] He was a soldier possibly with the 29th Regiment of Foot from 1775, and certainly with Capt. David St. Clair"s Company (29th Reg.) in Montréal from Jun 1777, then Isle aux Noix in 1778, St. Denis in 1781, Mascouche and Isle aux Noix in 1782, and finally Fort St. John in 1783 between 1775 and Jun 1783 at Québec, British America.[707],[708],[709] He ended military service circa Oct 1783 at Québec, British America.[710] Robert and family embarked on the Snow-Brig "Liberty" at Quebec City, 9 Jun 1784, bound for Chalure Bay.[424] He and Alice Pennington lived on 4 Aug 1784 at New Carlisle, Québec, British North America (Canada); with "two sons, ages 4 and 2, and a daughter age 8", drawing farm lots 90, 153, and 270 totalling 300 acres.[711] He and Alice Pennington lived on 12 Jan 1786 at New Carlisle, Québec, British North America (Canada); where Robert was a button maker, with his wife , 2 boys aged 7 and 3, and 2 girls aged 10 and 1.[712] On 26 Dec 1816, Robert Flowers recorded the following in a petition for relief following the crop failure of that previous summer: "This Petitioner lives in New Carlisle, aged 68, together with his wife aged 63, and that they keep a young Grand Child -- Had a Bad Crop of Potatoes from the Frosts, and no more Grain than will serve for seed next spring, and in all has but 8 or 10 Barrels of Potatoes on hand -- Served in the 29 & 53 Regiments for 11¾ years, and in several engagements during the American Rebellion -- badly wounded in storming an American Fort at Lake Champlain, and now lame in his limbs by Rhumatism -- Prays a free and Bounteous Relief being unable to pay or make any Return." The reply came. "30 Dec 1816, Petition No 20 Robert Flowers Senr of New Carlisle. It is ordered that the Petitioner have a Barrel of Flour delivered to him Gratis. Amasa Bebee,Clerk, Wm Crawford, Wm LeMaistre."[713],[714] In 1827, at New Carlise, Robert wrote his last will stating all would go to his wife Alice.[715]

            Children of Robert6 Flowers and Alice Pennington (see #179) were as follows:

            • i. Ann5 Flowers;[134],[134] born circa 1776; in Britain, or British America;[716],[141],[717] married George Forsyth circa 1800 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[718],[719] died "aged about 67 years" 27 Feb 1843 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[720] buried 1 Mar 1843 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), by George Milne, in the presence of William Henry Forsyth son, and Robert Flowers brother of the deceased.[720]

              Ann and George had 10 children: Ann "Nancy" Forsyth b. 1797, Margaret Forsyth b.c. 1802, Mary Ann Forsyth b.c. 1804, Sarah Forsyth b. 3 JUN 1806, Jane Forsyth b: 3 SEP 1808, Martha Forsyth b. 25 DEC 1810, Elizabeh Isabel Forsyth b.c. 1812, John Forsyth b.c. 1813, William Henry Forsyth b. 24 SEP 1818, Rebecca Forsyth b. 9 DEC 1821, and many descendants are known.[282] Likely she and George Forsyth appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where George (the only member named) was a farmer, with 13 people in the family.[721] She was also known as Nancy.[722]

            • 89. ii. Sarah Flowers.

            • iii. William Flowers;[134],[134] born circa 1782 at Yamachiche, Maskinongé Co., Québec, British America;[143],[723] married Mary Jane Chatterton 10 Sep 1805 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[279],[724] died "aged 72 years" 21 Feb 1854 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[725] buried 23 Feb 1854 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), by George Milne, in the presence of his brother Robert Flowers, and son William Henry Flowers.[725]

              William and Mary Jane had 12 children: Sarah Flowers b.c. 1805, Hester "Jane" Flowers b: 1806, Robert Pennington Flowers b: 1810, Deborah Flowers b: 29 APR 1812, James Flowers b.c. 1813, Mary Flowers b.c. 1817, Alice Flowers b: 5 SEP 1820, William Henry Flowers b.c. 1821, Charlotte Flowers b: 4 FEB 1824, Anne Flowers b: 3 SEP 1826, John Hamilton Flowers b: 1 NOV 1828, and Maria Flowers b: 20 NOV 1831, and many descendants are known.[282] He lived in 1816 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William Flowers (34) has a wife and 5 children.[726] He appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William Flowers was a farmer, with a family of 9.[727]

            • iv. Robert Flowers;[134],[134] born circa 1786 at Chaleur Bay, Bonaventure Co., Québec, British North America (Canada);[728],[143] married Sarah Chatterton 15 Aug 1809 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[279] died "aged 86 years" 26 Apr 1872 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[143],[729] buried 29 Apr 1872 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, by George Milne, in the presence of Amasa Bebee, and Charles Caldwell.[729]

              Robert and Sarah had 10 children:Mary "Polly" Flowers b.c. 1810, Catherine Flowers b: 25 MAY 1813, Lois Rebecca Flowers b.c. 1815, Nancy Jane Flowers b.c. 1820, Amelia Flowers b: 1823, Hezekiah Flowers b: 16 SEP 1823, Thomas Astles Flowers b: 3 NOV 1825, Robert Flowers b: 8 JAN 1829, Sarah Beebe Flowers b: 8 APR 1831, and William Henry Flowers b: 5 MAY 1835, and many descendants are known.[282] He lived in 1816 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Robert Flowers (30) has a wife and 3 children.[726] He appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Robert Flowers was a farmer, with a family of 11.[727] He and Sarah Chatterton appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Robert Flowers (76) was a farmer, born Lower Canada, with Sarah Flowers (67) born Nova Scotia, William H Flowers (24), and Deborah Flowers (23) present, living in a 1-story log home.[730],[731] He appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Robert Flowers (87) was a widowed farmer, living with his daughter Rebecca Flowers (56), widow, Reubin Flowers (11), and Louisa Flowers (6).[732]

            • v. Margaret Flowers;[134],[134] born 3 Apr 1789 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, British North America (Canada);[143],[733] married William Gallon;[734] died "aged 70" 23 Jan 1860 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 70;[735] buried 25 Jan 1860 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), by George Milne, in the presence of her son John Gallan, and nephew William H. Flowers.[735]

              Margaret and William had 9 children known: Jane Gallon b: 1815 , John Gallon b: 1818, Elizabeth Gallon b: 26 MAY 1823 , James Gallon b: 12 SEP 1825, Robert Gallon b: 15 OCT 1827, Eleanor Gallon b: AFT 1805, Martha Gallon b: 27 APR 1830, Alice Gallon b: 1832, and Christina Gallon, and many descendants are known.[282] Likely she and William Gallon appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where "William Galen" (only member named) owned his land, was a farmer, had a family of 12, and was of Church of Scotland.[736]

            • vi. Elizabeth Flowers;[134],[134] born 13 Jul 1794 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[737],[738] married John William Sullivan circa 1810;[279],[739] died "aged 85 years" 12 Jun 1877 at Shigawake, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 82;[143],[740] buried 14 Jun 1877 at Hope Town, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, by Richard A.M. Coubrey (school teacher), in the absence of the clergyman.[740]

              Elizabeth and John William had 13 children: John Harrington Sullivan b.c. 1811, Ellen (Helen or Eleanor) Sullivan b. AUG 1817, Mary "Marie" Sullivan b. 29 JUN 1816, William Sullivan b. 22 JAN 1820, Daniel Sullivan b. 23 MAR 1822, Catherine June "Kitty" Sullivan b. 31 AUG 1824, Jeremiah "Germain" Sullivan b. 29 DEC 1827, Jane Sullivan b. 28 AUG 1829 , Robert H. Sullivan b. 17 MAY 1831, Timothy Sullivan b. 17 MAY 1833, Elizabeth Sullivan b.c. 1835, Alice Sullivan b. 28 FEB 1839, and Sarah Ann Sullivan b. 12 OCT 1845, and many descendants are known.[282] Likely she and John William Sullivan appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William (the only named member) was a farmer who owned his land, had 11 in his family, was Catholic, and achieved his land through adjudication.[741] She and John William Sullivan appeared on the census of 1861 at Hope Town, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William Sullivan (71) a farmer born Ireland, Elizabeth Sullivan (70) born Cox Twp., Robert Sullivan (27) a labourer born Hope Twp., his wife Catherine Sullivan (24), with Timothy Sullivan (24), Alice Sullivan (22), and Sarah Sullivan (15) were present, living in a 1-story frame house.[742] She and John William Sullivan appeared on the census of 1871 at Hope Twp., Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where William Sullivan Sen. (83) was a seaman, and Irish Catholic, Elizabeth Sulivan (77) was of Quebec, Curch of England, with Sarah ann Sullivan (24) present.[743]

            • vii. Jane Flowers;[134],[134] born circa 1795 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[744],[745],[746] married William Billingsley circa 1806 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[279] she may have died a "matron", as recorded by Dr. Hicky of Winchester 8 Jan 1871 at Winchester Twp., Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Co., Ontario, Canada.[747]

              She was also known as Mary Jane.[748] Jane and William had 12 children:Elizabeth Billingsley b.c. 1811 in Cox Township, William Billingsley b.c. 1817, Phoebe Billingsley b. 1819, Robert Billingsley b. 1821, Anne Billingsley b. 1823, Alpheus Billingsley b. 1827, Mary Jane Billingsley b. 12 AUG 1828, Samuel Billingsley b. 1829, Richard Billingsley b. 1830, John Alfred Billingsley b. 1832, Sarah Billingsley b. 1832, Venetia "Alice" Billingsley b. 20 DEC 1835, and many descendants are known.[282] William appeared on the 1816 petition for relief, in Cox Township: "Resident of Cox; age 31; has a wife and 2 children. A discharged soldier from the Regiment of Newfoundland Fencibles who saw action during the War of 1812."[749] She and William Billingsley appeared on the census of 1851 at Winchester Twp., Dundas Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where William Billingsly (60) was a farmer, and both he and Jane Billingsly (56) were born at Bay Chaleur, with Robert Billingsly (30), Sarah Billingsly (19), John Billingsly (16), Venitia Billingsly (15), Alpheus Billingsly (24), Richard Billingsly (21), and Samuel Billingsly (22, yet recently died) all born at Matilda Twp, Dundas Co.[750] She and William Billingsley appeared on the census of 1861 at Winchester Twp., Dundas Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where William Billingsly (82) was a labourer, with Mary J. Billingsly (66), Robert Billingsly (55), Richard Billingsly (26), and Robert Robertson (16, who died from a fall from a horse that year). The family lived in a 1-story log home.[751]

            179. Alice6 PENNINGTON; born circa 1753;[752],[753] married Robert Flowers (see #178) circa 1775;[701] died 30 Jan 1832 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[243],[754]

            Robert and family embarked on the Snow-Brig "Liberty" at Quebec City, 9 Jun 1784, bound for Chalure Bay.[424] She and Robert Flowers lived on 4 Aug 1784 at New Carlisle, Québec, British North America (Canada); with "two sons, ages 4 and 2, and a daughter age 8", drawing farm lots 90, 153, and 270 totalling 300 acres.[711] She and Robert Flowers lived on 12 Jan 1786 at New Carlisle, Québec, British North America (Canada); where Robert was a button maker, with his wife , 2 boys aged 7 and 3, and 2 girls aged 10 and 1.[712] On 26 Dec 1816, Robert Flowers recorded the following in a petition for relief following the crop failure of that previous summer: "This Petitioner lives in New Carlisle, aged 68, together with his wife aged 63, and that they keep a young Grand Child -- Had a Bad Crop of Potatoes from the Frosts, and no more Grain than will serve for seed next spring, and in all has but 8 or 10 Barrels of Potatoes on hand -- Served in the 29 & 53 Regiments for 11¾ years, and in several engagements during the American Rebellion -- badly wounded in storming an American Fort at Lake Champlain, and now lame in his limbs by Rhumatism -- Prays a free and Bounteous Relief being unable to pay or make any Return." The reply came. "30 Dec 1816, Petition No 20 Robert Flowers Senr of New Carlisle. It is ordered that the Petitioner have a Barrel of Flour delivered to him Gratis. Amasa Bebee,Clerk, Wm Crawford, Wm LeMaistre."[713],[714]


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