Note N1429 Index
Some sources call him 'Petherick" Bunt.
Note N1430 Index
On her Social Security capplication, she said that Nevin L .Kennedy was her father and an Anna M Ohr was her mother. It alos says that she was Doris Mae McRae.
Here is her obituary:
Death: Jan. 25, 2006
Doris Mae Macrae, 83, of Fellowship Village, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, passed away on Wednesday January 25th, 2006 embraced by her daughter, at the Benjamin Borden Health Center, Kendal at Lexington, in Lexington, Virginia.
Doris, a fabulous, witty and loving mother, was preceded in death by her son, Brian James Macrae and her devoted husband and life partner of 70 years, James John Macrae.
Doris leaves her loving sister, Ruth L. Couse of Union, New Jersey; two grandsons: Summer Ray Welch of Savannah, GA; and Autumn Jaimez Welch of Lexington, VA and daughter, Laurie Macrae of Lexington, VA.
Services will be announced for a later date in April. In lieu of flowers the family will graciously accept donations in Doris' name, to the Rockbridge Area Hospice, 129 S. Randolph St., Lexington, Va 24450.
Created by: JLR
Record added: Dec 19, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 121919170
Note N1431 Index
I am not at all certain of his name. According to the BT's for Cherington, it was Robert. But that name never otherwise appears as a given name for anyone named Jarrett. I never found any children for a Robert and Susan Jarrett. I do have however, several children baptised to Stephen and Susan Jarrett. Given that and other indicators, I have to think it was an error and that he was a Stephen.
Note N1432 Index
This child was noted as being stillborn.
Note N1434 Index
In the 1911 census, he is shown as working in a hotel bar.
Note N1435 Index
The marriage license says, quite rightly, that she was a minor when she married and that she had her father's permission to marry Benjamin Harris.
According to the MI in the cemetery in Whichford, she died along with her child who was 7 years of age, but for whatever reason the child is not named.
According to the MI, she died along with a child of 7 years of age. It is odd that he/she was not named.
Note N1436 Index
A John Faulkner, widower, born in South Newington, appears in various censuses, starting in 1851. I cannot find him in 1841. He remarries to a Mary, who is quite younger, sometime between 1861 and 1871.
Note N1437 Index
It says that they were married in the United Presbyterian Church of Toronto by the Rev.Jennings. He was from Toronto, and she was from Toronto Township. Why were they there?
In October of 1792 the old District of Nassau (1788-1792) was renamed the Home District and included the counties of York, Ontario, Durham, Peel, Simcoe, Wentworth, Halton and Brant. In March 1816, the Counties of Halton, Wentworth and Brant were separated out of Home District to become the Gore District.
Note N1438 Index
The marriage was performed by the Rev. William Clarke pursuant to banns. The witnesses were Thomas Blair and William Beattie.
Note N1439 Index
They were married by John Kennedy, minister. The witnesses were Lizzie Kennedy and John Haley.
Note N1440 Index
When he was born, he was said to have been the fifth child born to the couple, but only two of the prior births were still alive.
Note N1441 Index
her baptism is found in the Bishops Transcripts, with no father noted, so she may well not belong in the family given the Anne born in April next year.