Note N1206 Index
He is buried in section 17, lot 71, north east.
Note N1207 Index
She is buried in section 71, lot 17, north east. She is next to her husband and son.
Note N1208 Index
He too is buried in section 17, lot 71, north east.
Note N1209 Index
She is the only one in the family nor buried in the same plot. She is in section ARS 2, lot G 28.
Note N1210 Index
The actual marriage registration is for Luther in Wellington County. Why do I have it as Lobo?
Note N1211 Index
The information that I have on this person and his wife and family (excpet for the son John who married Elizabeth Paisley) comes from: http://www.gravesfa.org/gen071.htm I cannot verify its credibility or accuracy.
Note N1212 Index
According to the 1910 census, she arrived in America in 1906.
Note N1213 Index
She was listed as a flax weaver in the 1911 census.
Note N1214 Index
There is a child Sarah baptised on September 18, 1801 in Sutton under Brailes. His wife is Mary and he is noted to be from Mine HIll in the Parish of Brailes.
Note N1215 Index
I know that he was the twin brother of William. As to his death and burial, I can only guess that he is the Henry Timms buried in 1793. Unfortunately, there is no notation of his age or his parents in the burial record.
Note N1216 Index
In 1901, George was living with his mother and his sister Edith. His mother was a widow by then and both he and his sister were single.
Note N1217 Index
I have her death date from the record of the probate of her will by her niece Ann Fey of Execter. Ann was born in Heavitree, Devonshire. So Jane was possibly a Fey or Sanders which appears to be Ann's maiden name. The burial data from the parish records has her 85 years old, which would make born in 1795 or 1796.
Note N1218 Index
The month and year of his birth come from the 1900 USA census. Ditto the name of his wife and first child. That year, he was a grocery clerk. In the 1920 census, his wife is listed as divorced. So where was he? I don't have the answer to that but I have found his ex-wife in a 1934 directory for Newark which shows her as the widow of Robert. She is living at 28, 42nd Street. And in the 1910 census, she is there as a widow, living with Nevin and her mother Phoebe.
Note N1219 Index
Some of the information re him and his apparent second wife comes from the family tree of Flo Burton. At first I was not convinced that she is correct, although now I believe that married again to a Ruth May Francis after his wife Anna died. He is buried next to Ruth in Pine Brook Cemetery in Morris County, New Jersey.
When Nevin is living with his mother in 1920, there is a Doris there too listed as his wife and she is only 17 years old.
In the 1929 city directory for Newark, he is living at 58 Shaw Avenue and is working for the Prudential Insurnace Company. Listed right next to him is another Nevin Kennedy living in Kearney and working for the Underwriters Protective Association.
In the 1930 census, his wife is Anna who is 26 years old and there are two daughter, Ruth and Doris. In his WWI draft registration from June 1918, he give his mother as his next of kin so he was not as yet married. In his WWII draft registration, he listed his daughter Doris as his next of kin. Therefore he likely remarried after that.