Note N848 Index
June Timms (Thornton) advises that both are attorneys who work for the courts in New Orleans.
Note N849 Index
One has to wonder about the MI since the baptismal records have her giving birth several years after. I tend to think it should read 1752 and not 1732.
Note N850 Index
She was born in Cherington but baptised in Sutton under Brailes.
Note N851 Index
Helen Dunn says she married again. The reference is: Index reference - 1898 (Sept quarter) - volume 1, page 899 - Lurgan - Sarah Allely / Cordiner. In another note, Helen sent the following:
Update on SARAH ALLELY (nee Cordiner) widow of Thomas (1855 - 1891) - Tommys grandmother
Married Frederick Henderson in Portadown Parish Church on 11 July 1898 - they had three daughters.
Note N852 Index
Here is her death reference as found by Helen Dunn:
Index reference - 1920 (June quarter) - volume 1, page 278 - Belfast - Jane Allely - age 69 - Jane (Copeland) widow of Joseph Allely - daughter-in-law of John & Ellen
Note N853 Index
Helen Dunn gives the following index reference for her birth:
Index reference - 1887 (March quarter) - volume 1, page 323 - Belfast - Ellen McCausland Allely.
Also from Helen:
DEATH Index reference 1966 (Jan quarter) - page 442 - Belfast - Ellen McCausland Allely age 77.
Note N854 Index
Helen Dunn sent the following:
Deaths Index reference 1969 (Dec quarter) - page 245 - Belfast - Jane C Allely - age 78.
Note N855 Index
From Helen Dunn:
The birth date comes from Christine Allely's records.
Note N856 Index
Helen Dunn says that he was born at 6 Urney Street, Belfast.
Also from Helen:
Death Index reference 1963 (June qtr) - page 30 - Pottinger Ward - William Allely - age 73.
Note N857 Index
Her obituary says that she met Rodger when he was serving over seas in WW I and came to Canada with him in 1919. It reads:
Funeral services for the late Mrs. Francis Dunn, 59, were held at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Vegreville, with Reverend A. Heron officiating. Interment was made in the Riverside Cemetery.
Mrs. Dunn was born in London, England, November 1, 1987, and attended the City of London Freeman's school, Brixton. She married Rod L. Dunn, who was serving with the Canadian Army overseas. They arrived in Canada in 1919 and lived on the farm near Warwick until 1942 when Mrs. Dunn took up her residence in Vegreville while her husband served in the Canadian Army during the Second Great War.
She was active in community welfare and took special interest in Red Cross work and services associated with the war effort Mrs. Dunn was interested in the church work and was a past president of the women's auxiliary, St. Mary's Anglican Church. She also was active in the IODE, Ladies Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion, and promotion of youth activities.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by one son; Jim of Edmonton; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Marriage of Burford, Ontario and Mrs. James Matthew, Vegreville; two brothers, Philip of Edmonton and Arthur of London, England, and seven grandchildren.
I have found her entry into Canada on March 24, 1919 on the Ship Metagama. Their daughter Edna was with her. Edna was one month old. The ship sailed from Liverpool and landed in St. Johns N.B.
Note N858 Index
Here is his obituary:
Horace Gilbert Scott
The death occurred at Edmonton on Sunday, April 4th, of Horace Gilbert Scott, M. M. aged 33 years. Death succeeded an operation undergone by him some ten days previously.
He was born in England and came to Canada with his parents about 20 years ago. The family first resided near calorie of about 12 years ago they came to this district and took over the William Wood's farm at Warwick.
Early in 1916, Mr. Scott enlisted in the 196th University Battalion and served with that unit in France for over two years. He was wounded that Vimy in April, 1917, and in 1918 was awarded the military medal for repairing guy graph lines under severe fire in front of Cambrai.
After returning to Canada, he married the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dunn of Warwick and they made their home at Riley where he had a farm under the Soldier Settlement Board.
The funeral was held in Edmonton on Tuesday under military auspices.
Mr. Scott was held in the deepest esteem by all who knew him. He had an attractive and likable personality and was a general favourite. His most untimely death is sincerely regretted and the warmest sympathy of the community extended to his wife and bereaved family.
There was another obituary which gives a bit more information. It reads:
The death of occurred in one of the local hospitals on Sunday of Horace Gilbert Scott, of Riley, Alberta age 33 years. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and a nine-month old daughter, his father, four brothers and three sisters. The late Mr. Scott had been a resident of Alberta for the past 18 years and went overseas with the University Battalion. The funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from the Wainwright and Jackson parlors Reverend P. Gerrie officiating. Interment will take place in the soldier's plot in the Edmonton cemetery.