Note N1174 Index
The witnesses were George Piper and Mary Elizabeth Piper.
Note N1175 Index
Fron Helen Dunn:
MARRIAGE Index reference 1965 (Dec quarter) - page 336 - Belfast - Denis Allely.
Note N1176 Index
This came from Micahel Walsh:
There is this wedding notice registration on Rootsweb: 011939-23 (Grey Co.) William Stanley BROWN, 33, truck driver, Sydenham, Owen Sound, s/o Adam BROWN (born Sydenham) and Agnes OLIVER, married Minnie May WALSH, 27, housekeeping, Sullivan, Sydenham, d/o Walter WALSH (born Hamilton) and Flora McCOLEMAN, witn; Janet Ethel BROWN and Walter James WALSH both of Owen Sound, 26 April 1923 at Owen Sound.
Note N1177 Index
The marriage was performed by D/. P. Nevin. They were both Presbyterians. The witnesses were Alexander McKenzie and Isabella Grieve.
Note N1178 Index
This comes from Helen Dunn:
Marriage Index reference 1963 (Sept quarter) - page 2513 - Newry - Albert G Allely.
Note N1179 Index
This information comes from David Perkins.
Note N1180 Index
In the 1901 census, it says she was an adopted daughter. Was she too an illegitimate child of a sibling?
Note N1181 Index
I found his WW1 attestation papers. He enlisted on January 18, 1918. He showed his address as 187 Annette Street, Toronto but Verda at 31 Dundonald St. Why?
He remarried and died in Ottawa in 1971 when living at 172 O'Connor Street, Ottawa.
Note N1183 Index
In the 1916 census for the new western provinces, he is in Lumsden, Saskatchewan.
Note N1184 Index
I only know of his existence due to his sister's obituary which mentions him.
Note N1185 Index
Helen Dunn has noticed that one of the witnesses to the marriage of the son James Kennedy was a Robert Wharten. She sees that as supporting the marriage of an Elizabeth Wharten and John Kennedy in the First Newry Presbyterian Church as being our family. I tend to agree. In another data base, Elizabeth's last name is spelled "Wharton".
The witness to this marriage was the Reverend James Kerr.
Note N1186 Index
He was said to be 8 years old when de died, so I have put him as born in 1856.
Note N1187 Index
In the baptismal registry, his parents are noted as living at 12 Westbourne Road, and his father was a shoemaker.
He enlisted for WWI on March 20, 2016. He listed hi next of Kin as Jane Kennell, his mother at 403 15th Street N.W., Calgary. He was a shipping clerk. He said that he had lived in Canada for 3 years.
Note N1188 Index
The information re this family, at least as to place and dates of birth for the children, comes from the 1091 census, taken on March31st that year.
Note N1190 Index
There is a James R. Kennedy in Kearney in the 1930 US census. He is 18 years old and lives with his mother Mary R. Kennedy who was 46 years old. The other child was a 14 year old Mildred A. Mary was the manager of a coal company. She was born in Scotland of Scottish and English parents. The children's parents were born in New Jersey and Scotland.