Note N1024 Index
I have included Michael as her brother based on her son Christopher living with his uncle Michael in Manchester in the 1881 census.
Note N1025 Index
I am making a rather large leap when I give her Joseph Clayton and Joseph Jackson as spouses. However, the age of both Elizabeth fit. As well that would explain how she and Evan C. Clayton could be brother and sister. If I am right, Elizabeth had a third spouse, a John Frasier.
Note N1026 Index
Her existence initially came from the Dickins family tree supplied to me by Sally Clubley (Dickins). Then I found her in the baptismal records. In the will of her brother Anthony, she is referred to as his dear sister Jane Hoydon, widow. From That I infer that Thomas Brain died, that she remarried to a man named Hoydon and that he too died. In fact, I found a marriage of a Jane Braine and a Richard Hoydon in Long Compton on December 27, 1698. As her brother's will is dated February 24, 1729, that fits.
Note N1027 Index
His death registration says March 10, 1854 and not 1853. Who knows?
Note N1028 Index
Her name appears to also be spelled "Stephens." She is living with her children Nicholas and Ellen in the 1880 US census in Illinois. In 1900, she is with her son Walter in Iowa. That census has her born in January 1817.
Note N1029 Index
Rober Ross says he died unmarried.
Note N1030 Index
Robert Ross advises that she and her brother Thomas Robson - born in 1840 - died of scarlet fever. A Neale says the same thing: Lucinda and Thomas Robson died from scarlet fever and were buried together. (Legend has it they were buried in the field in front of the family farm) No record of them at the Melville (White Church) Cemetery which was not established until Nov 1866. This small cemetery is filled with dozens of the Foster family.
(2) Lucinda b. Apr 1, 1838 - d. Mar 13, 1843
(3) Thomas Robson b. Sept 8, 1840 - d. Mar 14, 1843
Note N1031 Index
His son-in-law's obituary says he was mayor of Guelph.
Note N1032 Index
Helen Dunn says her husband's name is Jim.
Note N1033 Index
Helen Dunn says her husband's name is Tom.
Also from Helen:
Birth Index reference - 1964 (March quarter) - page 55 - St Georges Ward - Irene Allely.
Note N1034 Index
Orginally, Helen Dunn was not sure that this was he, but now she seems to be:
BIRTH Index reference - 1937 (June quarter) - page 768 - Newry - Albert Allely
May be son of Robert Allely & Maud Morrow who married 1934.
Note N1035 Index
Helen Dunn says:
Birth Index reference - 1940 (Dec quarter) - page 661 - Newry - Herbert R Allely
Possibly son of Robert Allely & Maud Morrow - brother of Albert born 1937.
Note N1036 Index
This information comes from the parish transcript supplied by David Perkins. It is in accord with my reading thereof. He is described as a foot soldier in the parish register.
Note N1037 Index
This information comes from David Perkins.