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51 !Source: 1. marriage
2. 1871 census with parents ELLIOTT 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 001 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p1 film t6365 1 ELLIOTT Thomas M 1891-63 married - Ire Ire Ire Methodist farmer 2 ELLIOTT { ? } Elizabeth F 1891-63 married wife Ire Ire Ire Methodist 3 ELLIOTT Harriet F 1891-22 - dtr Ont Ire Ire Methodist 1911 Census Ross twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with family 
ELLIOTT, Harriet Ann (I6516)
 
52 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILLY TRE
!DEATH: DIPTHERIA EPIDEMIC 
JARDINE, Robert (I9420213)
 
53 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
!DEATH: DIED AT VIMY RIDGE, W.W.1
!NO ISSUE 
JARDINE, Sapper John (I9420246)
 
54 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TPW. 
JARDINE, Mary Rutledge (I9420235)
 
55 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
3. MICROFILM DEATHS 1890-91 MS935 REEL 60
!Marriage: Stewart Jardine, farmer, B, 23, Pres, of Alice, s/o Stewart Jardine and Mary J McLaughlin to Ethel McAuley, 18, Pres, of Alice d/o James McAuley and Mary J Leitch(3) 
JARDINE, Stewart (I9420268)
 
56 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
!HOME: LIVED IN WILKIE SASK.; UNITY, SASK. 
JARDINE, Jemina Forsyth (I9420302)
 
57 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
!HOME: PETAWAWA, ONTARIO 
JARDINE, Florence Felicia (I9420313)
 
58 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
!HOME; LIVED IN WILKIE SASK. 
JARDINE, Charlotte Ann (I9420279)
 
59 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. 1901 CENSUS-WESTMEATH TWP. 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents 
MCLAUGHLIN, James Ephraim (I13214491)
 
60 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
2. GRAVESTONE-PEMBROKE PRESBYTERIAN CEMETARY
3. THE HISTORY OF ALICE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
4. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
5. 1851 CENSUS=PEMBROKE TWP.
!CENSUS: 1851 LIVING IN FATHER HOUSEHOLD(5)
!HOME: PEMBROKE TWP IN 1871
FARMED IN ALICE TWP.(1,4);CON 14 LOT 20. FATHER JAMES D.JARDINE(1836) CAME TO ALICE FROM RICHIBUCTO NEW BRUNSWICK. OF SCOTTISH ANCESTRY AND SETTLED OF LOTS 20 AND 21 ON CON 14 ON LAND GRANTED BY THE CROWN IN 1867. OTHER SON WILLIAM FARMED LOT 21. MANY STEWARTS 12 SIBLINGS MOVED TO SASKATCHEWAN(3) Census Place:Alice & Fraser, Renfrew North, Ontario, Canada Source:FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 114 SubDist A Page 7 Fami ly 26 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace Stewart JARDINEMM35ScottishOntario Occ:FarmerReligion:Presbyterian Mary Jane JARDINEFM31IrishOntario Religion:Presbyterian Margaret JARDINEF9ScottishOntario Religion:Presbyterian James JARDINEM7ScottishOntario Religion:Presbyterian Robert JARDINEM5ScottishOntario Religion:Presbyterian Andrew JARDINEM3ScottishOntario Religion:Presbyterian Mary R. JARDINEF1ScottishOntario Religion:Presbyterian 
JARDINE, Stewart (I9420135)
 
61 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
!DEATH: DIPTHERIA EPIDEMIC 
JARDINE, James (I9420202)
 
62 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
!DEATH: DIPTHERIA EPIDEMIC 
JARDINE, Andrew (I9420224)
 
63 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
!HOME; FARM IN ALICE TWP. 
DUNLOP, Pearl (I5480)
 
64 !SOURCE: 1. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
!HUSBAND: JOHN M.LOST EYESIGHT BEFORE DIED;JOHN H. WAS SHOT AT A HUNTING CAMP; SAM FARMED WITH
JENNIE' ON THE JARDINE HOMESTEAD, AFTER HIS DEATH, SHE LIVED WITH FRIENDS IN TOWN, THEN MOVED TO MIRAMICHI LODGE IN PEMBROKE
!CHILDREN: 2 SONS DIED IN INFANCY 
JARDINE, Janet Alice (I9420257)
 
65 !SOURCE: 1. PEMBROKE PAPER INDEX OCT 16 1896
2. CHILDERHOSE FAMILY TREE 3. BMD RENFRE
W MERCURY J AN 27 1910
4. 1871 census ross twp with parents
!DEATH: TRAIN WRECK AT SPANISH RIVER, ONT (2); AT WEBBWOOD(
3) OVER FORTY LIVES LOST IN C.P.R.TRAGEDY AT SPANISH RIVE
R 38 MILES EAST OF SUDBURY WHERE THE CPR 'SOO' LINE CROSSE
S THE SPANISH RIVER, NEAR WEBBWOOD. REV MR. CHILDERHOSE, F
ROM NORTHBAY, SUPT. OF PRESBYTERIAN MILLI ONS FOR NEW ONTAR
IO.(3) Renfrew Mercury Oct 4 1889 Rev S Childerhose, who ha
s been stationed in North Hastings, passed throu gh town o
n his way to his home at Cobden, where he will spend a fe
w days b efore starting on a trip to the Old Country. Oct 1
1 1889 You have noticed the departure of our boys to colleg
e, and the arriv al of Rev S Childerhose on his way to Edin
burgh University. He preach es in Cobden on Sunday afterno
on and evening, and stars for Scotland on Mo nday morning
, going by way of New Year. He is looking splendid.


Webbwood, Jan 21 1910, Rev Stephen Childerhose, son of Mr C
hilderhose, Cob den. 12 years ago he married Bella Kennedy
, who is dau of Adam Kennedy, p embroke. A graduate of Que
en's, he was Superintendant of Presbyterian Mis sion for Ne
w Ontario and previously a pastor in Parry Sound

Renfrew Mercury Jun 27 1890 Cobden News Jun 23rd 1890 The R
ev Stephen Childerhose gave his family and friends a joyfu
l surpri se by dropping in on them unexpectedly last Thursd
ay evening after spendi ng a session at Edinburgh Universit
y, and then rambling thro England, Fran ce, Prussia, Switze
rland, and Italy; spending some time amongst the curios iti
es and celebrities of Rome. He will lead the prayer meetin
g on Wed eve ning for Mr Blakely, and if he be going to rem
ain long at home will be ask ed to give a lecture on "Wha
t he saw whilst he was gone, and what he thoug ht of it" 
CHILDERHOSE, Rev. Stephen (I18170)
 
66 !Source: 1. renfrew co marriage reg 1858-1869
!Home: Donald of Admaston and Isabella of McNab(1) 
FROOD, Donald (I11112537)
 
67 !SOURCE: 1. RENFREW MERCURY ABST OCT 20 1910
2. 1891 CENSUS-ROSS TWP.
3. 1901 CENSUS-ROSS TWP. BAIRD 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 021 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p5 film t6365 1 BAIRD Andrew M 1891-38 married - Que Scot Ire C.Presbyterian laborer 2 BAIRD { ? } Mary Jane F 1891-33 married wife Ont Ont Scot C.Presbyteria n 3 BAIRD Sarah Ann F 1891-12 - dtr Ont Que Ont C.Presbyterian 4 BAIRD William John M 1891-10 - son Ont Que Ont C.Presbyterian 5 BAIRD Katie F 1891-8 - dtr Ont Que Ont C.Presbyterian 6 BAIRD Maggie F 1891-6 - dtr Ont Que Ont C.Presbyterian 7 BAIRD David F M 1891-4 - son Que Que Ont C.Presbyterian 8 BAIRD Andw James M 1891-2 - son Ont Que Ont C.Presbyterian 
BAIRD, William John (I13216283)
 
68 !SOURCE: 1. SCOTCH BUSH MARRIAGE REG-PRES CHURCH HISTORY BOWES, Mary Agnes (I5621969)
 
69 !SOURCE: 1. SMITH FAMILY TREE
2. INFO PROVIDED BY GLADYS FRANCIS
3. 1881 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.

1911 Census Name: Roberd H Smith Gender: Male Marital Status: Married Age: 40 Birth Date: Jan 1871 Birthplace: Ontario Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Ida Smith Tribal: Irish Province: Ontario District: Perry Sound District Number: 108 Sub-District: Gurd township, Commanda Village Sub-District Number: 13
 
SMITH, Robert Robertson (I13137874)
 
70 !SOURCE: 1. SMITH FAMILY TREE
2. INFO PROVIDED BY GLADYS FRANCIS
3. 1881 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.

1911 Census Name: Roberd H Smith Gender: Male Marital Status: Married Age: 40 Birth Date: Jan 1871 Birthplace: Ontario Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's Name: Ida Smith Tribal: Irish Province: Ontario District: Perry Sound District Number: 108 Sub-District: Gurd township, Commanda Village Sub-District Number: 13
 
SMITH, Robert Robertson (I591453)
 
71 !SOURCE: 1. TWEEDSMUIR HISTORY-ZION LINE W.I. HILL, Edith Ruby Isabel (I11277312)
 
72 !Source: 1. vital stats marriage reg no 009934

1881 Census Stafford (LDS)
Jacob YOUNG M Male Irish 29 O Farmer E. Methodist
Myrah YOUNG M Female Irish 24 O E. Methodist
Catherine YOUNG W Female Irish 67 Ireland E. Methodist
Robert YOUNG M Male Irish 34 O Farmer E. Methodist
Elizabeth YOUNG Female Irish 28 O E. Methodist


Wesleyan Meth Bapt Reg, Renfrew Co
Jacob Young s/o Wm & Catherine 25JUL1851 18Feb 1852 
YOUNG, Jacob (I4648158)
 
73 !Source: 1. vital stats marriage reg no r115
!Parents James Eckford and ellen clendennan(1) 
ECKFORD, Robert (I9480913)
 
74 !Source: 1. vital stats marriages (reel)
!Marriage: Arthur Wellington Mcintyre, B., 30, meth, of Wilberforce, s/o James McIntyre and Charlotte McIntyre to jane agnes hamilton, s, 35, pres, of Bromley, d/o David Hamilton and Jane Forrest on Nov 30, 1910 witness agnes scott and albert mcintyre(1) pump manufacturer 
MCINTYRE, Arthur Wellington (I11115733)
 
75 !SOURCE: 1. VITAL STATS MARRIAGES 1884!SOURCE: 1. VITAL STATS MARRIAGES 1884 SMITH 1891 census @ca.on.113i1 family 086 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 1 p19 film t6355 20 SMITH William M 1891-32 married - Que Que Ire CofE section laborer 21 SMITH { ? } Hariet F 1891-27 married wife Ont Ire Ire CofE LYONS, Harriet Ann (I2603170)
 
76 !Source: 1. Wesleyan Methodist Marriages, Westmeath Twp.
!Marriage: DAVID ROSS MCDONALD 22 ADMASTON, ADMASTON, JOHN MCDONALD AND JANE WATSON; LIZZIE SOPHIA O'BRIEN, , WESTMEATH, WESTMEATH, JOHN O'BRIEN AND ELIZABETH JACKSON; WITNESSE JENNIE MCDONALD OF ADMASTON AND HERBERT O'BRIEN OF WESTMEATH; JUN 22 1898(1) 
MCDONALD, David Ross (I6200706)
 
77 "Granny Kohlsmith" is fondly remembered by this writer and many others she babysat in her home on Hwy 17 (corner of Dixon St.). A kind lady with a pleasant 'grandmothery' smile. I was always fascinated by her salt & pepper shaker & cookie jar collection which covered her living room walls. F.Bennett SAUNDERS, Pearl Olive (I20026)
 
78 #005084-70 (Renfrew Co) MASON, Samuel, m, b. 16 Dec.1870, father Samu el MASON, farmer; mother Eliza BLACKWELL, infm Samuel Mason, Horton MASON, Samuel Blackwell (I2514516)
 
79 #009764-80 (Renfrew Co): James Metcalfe
GRAHAM, 26, farmer, Admaston, sam e, s/o David
GRAHAM & Ann METCALFE, married Mary
Jane BROWN, 21, Admaston, same, d /o Alexander
BROWN & Mary POTTER, witn: George B .
BROWN & Mary GRAHAM, both of Admast on, 3
March 1880 at Admaston #009764-80 (Renfrew Co): James Metcalfe GRAHAM, 26, farmer, Admaston, sam e, s/o David GRAHAM & Ann METCALFE, married Mary Jane BROWN, 21, Admasto n, same, d/o Alexander BROWN & Mary POTTER, witn: George B. BROWN & Mary G RAHAM, both of Admaston, 3 March 1880 at Admaston 
Family F4001638
 
80 #010793-89 (Renfrew Co): William CAFFEY (Coffey?), 81?, farmer, widower, S tafford twp., same, s/o James CAFFEY & Catherine ROSS, married Harrie tt R. MACANALED?, 29, widow, Westneath twp., Pembroke, d/o Donald McDONA LD & Mary Ann McLEOD, witn: Henry FERGUSON of Pembroke & Margaret McDONA LD of Westneath, 7 Nov 1889 at Pembroke Family F788067
 
81 #014650-00 (Renfrew Co): Rev. E.H. CLAXTON, 24, clergyman, not given, Rich mond, s/o John CLAXTON & Ruth TOLAND, married Eva M. GRAHAM, 20, Ross twp ., Foresters Falls, d/o John GRAHAM & Sarah WILSON, witn: E.W. ROSS & Lau ra THOMPSON, both of Ross twp., 27 Dec 1899 at Ross twp Family F1299316
 
82 #018536-07 - George EADY 28, farmer, Horton, McNab, s/o Robert EADY & Ma ry CARMICHEAL, married Jeannie GILLESPIE 26, McNab, same, d/o James GILLES PIE & Jean HAMILTON, wit: Donald C. EADY of McNabb & Catherine GILLESP IE of Glasgow Station, 6 Nov 1907, at Glasgow Station. Family F3686960
 
83 009511-79 (Renfrew Co.), Frederick FOSS, 26, Germany, Ross, yeoman, s/o Fr ederick & Rachel HOSS, to Susan ELLIS, 20, Bromley, same, d/o John & Ell en ELLIS, witn James & Catherine WALL, both of Bromley, 4 Dec 1879 at Brom ley Family F2055439
 
84 010201-85 (Renfrew Co) Andrew MORDY, 24, farmer, Ross, Westmeath, s/o Jose ph MORDY & Hannah METCALF, married Annie FERGUSON, 21, Beckwith, Westmeat h, d/o Thomas FERGUSON & M.A.PENDEN, witn: James & Mrs. James FARNELL, bla nk, 24 Feb 1885 at Westmeath Family F1186191
 
85 010207-85 (Renfrew Co) W.H. PERCIVAL, 23, farmer, Bethart, Bromley, s/o Al exander PERCIVAL & Lillie HAMILTON, married Ellen HOWARD, 20, Ross, sam e, s/o Robert HOWARD & M.J. JOHNSTON, witn: Jessie KNOX, Beachburg & Pet er MCGREGOR, Renfrew, 14 Apr 1885 at Beachburg Family F3680005
 
86 013201-98 (Renfrew Co.), Alex. L. HAMILTON, 26, Bromley, Westmeath, farme r, s/o David HAMILTON & Jane FOREST, to Janet SWEENEY, 22, Bromley, Ros s, d/o Spencer SWEENEY & Mary A. COLE, witn: A. G. HAMILTON of Cobden, Rac hel McLAUGHLIN of Ross, 13 April 1898 at Presbyterian manse in Ross Twp Family F3686264
 
87 10172-84 William James SMITH, 26, laborer, Thorn - Pontiac Co Quebec, Ro ss twp., s/o John & Matilda, married Harriet Ann LYONS, 20, Admaston, Brom ley, d/o Henry & Emily, witn: Thomas HALEY of Ross & Sarah LYONS of Bromle y, 6 Oct 1884 at Ross Family F866213
 
88 10191-81 James McDONALD, 32, farmer, Wilberforce, same, s/o John & Sara h, married Mary Ann SADDLER, 19, Wilberforce, same, d/o Jonathan SADDL ER & Mary McFEETERS, witn: Henry McCABE & Elizabeth SADDLER, both of Wilbe rforce, 6 July 1881 at Douglas Family F20362
 
89 10207-81 Hiram SCOTT, 23, yeoman, Westmeath, same, s/o John & Nancy, marri ed Caroline McLAREN, 20, Westmeath, same, d/o James & Ellen, witn: Willi am GRAHAM & Flora DAVISON, both of Westmeath, 18 Oct 1881 at Westmeath Family F3190451
 
90 10300-84 John PERCIVAL, 26, farmer, Bagot, Bromley, s/o Alexander & Tily A nn, married Bella CAMERON, 21, Scotland, Bromley, d/o Francis & Emma, wit n: Henry McMorine DICK of Grattan & Grace PERCIVAL of Bromley, 14 Oct 18 84 at Eganville Family F3687214
 
91 10558-93 (Renfrew Co) John E. HORRICKS, 22, yeoman, Drummond Lan. Co, Perr etton?, s/o John HORRICKS & Mary RAMSBOTTOM, married Florence ROBINSON, 1 9, Petretton, same, d/o Samuel ROBINSON, & Mary GRAHAM, witn: Alex MOO RE & Mary E. HORRICKS, both of Perretton?, 22 Mar 1893 at Westmeath,
 
Family F1003696
 
92 10844-89 David McCORMACK, 36, farmer, Pt. Alexander, Bromley, s/o John & B arbara, married Mary Jane PERCIVAL, 25, Bromley, same, d/o Alex PERCIV AL & Lilie HAMILTON, witn: Alex PERCIVAL & Jennie McCORMACK, 11 Sept 18 89 at Douglas Family F3683539
 
93 11263-96 James DAVIDSON, 23, prison officer, Inverness Scotland, Westmeat h, s/o Wm DAVIDSON M.D. & Margaret TULLOCK, married Annie MCLAREN, 18, Wes tmeath, same, d/o Wm MCLAREN & Mary DAVIDSON, witn: David COLLINS, Cobd en & Margaret MCLAREN, Westmeath, 2 Sept 1896 at Snake River Family F2682526
 
94 12926-97 Thomas LINDSAY, 67, farmer, widower, Ayrshire, McNab twp., s/o Jo hn LINDSAY & Margaret ALLEN, married Marion HAMILTON, 49, McNab twp., Hort on twp., d/o Andrew HAMILTON & Jane FORREST, witn: Allan J. LINDSAY of Hor ton & Mary A. LINDSAY of Arnprior, 23 Dec 1896 at Horton twp Family F3671514
 
95 13800-99 John MONTGOMERY, 26, farmer, Alice, same, s/o John MONTGOMERY & M arion JOHNSTON, married Annie A. JARDINE, 16, Alice, same, d/o Stewart JAR DINE & Mary McLAUGHLIN, witn: Robert J. GOUDIS & Hanah MAYHEW (Mayhar?), b oth of Pembroke, 4 Oct 1899 at Alice Family F3131300
 
96 14431 - 16A Avenue, Surrey, BC, V4A 1S8bclayton@pro.net Source (S61647)
 
97 15258-01 Walter BOSE, 21, farmer, Hagarty, same, s/o Alex BOWES (sic) & Fr ances THOMAS, married Annie DAVIS, 21, Wicklow twp., Hagarty, d/o George D AVIS & Elizabeth BOYLE, witn: William BOWES & Jennie BADHAM, both of Hagar ty, 10 July 1901 at Hagarty Family F1143855
 
98 16383-04 Melville R. WARREN, 22, farmer, Wilberforce, same, s/o John M. WA RREN & Catherine LETT, married Louisa NAISMITH, 22, Admaston, same, d/o La wrence NAISMITH & Ellen BAIN, wtn: James NAISMITH of Admaston & Jennie LE TT of Wilberforce, 7 Dec 1904 at AdmastonRenfrew Mercury Dec 16 1904 The home of Mr and Mrs Laurence Naismith, in Admaston, was teh sce ne of a happy event on Dec 7th, 1904, when their youngest dau, Louise a nd Mr R M Warren, of Wilberforce, were united in Marriage. Rev G A Christ ie performed teh ceremony; the bride and groom being assisted by Miss Jenn ie Lett, of Rankin, and Mr J B Naismith, brother of the bride. After t he usual greetings, supper was served. Teh young couple then took train f or eganville, where tey were joined at teh station by a number of frien ds and escorted to the home of the groom's fahter, whre a very pleasant ev ening was spent; the young people taking up their abode in their new ho me next day. Teh bride was the receipient of numerous and useful presents . Family F3512943
 
99 16383-04 Melville R. WARREN, 22, farmer, Wilberforce, same, s/o John M. WA RREN & Catherine LETT, married Louisa NAISMITH, 22, Admaston, same, d/o La wrence NAISMITH & Ellen BAIN, wtn: James NAISMITH of Admaston & Jennie LE TT of Wilberforce, 7 Dec 1904 at AdmastonRenfrew Mercury Dec 16 1904 The home of Mr and Mrs Laurence Naismith, in Admaston, was teh sce ne of a happy event on Dec 7th, 1904, when their youngest dau, Louise a nd Mr R M Warren, of Wilberforce, were united in Marriage. Rev G A Christ ie performed teh ceremony; the bride and groom being assisted by Miss Jenn ie Lett, of Rankin, and Mr J B Naismith, brother of the bride. After t he usual greetings, supper was served. Teh young couple then took train f or eganville, where tey were joined at teh station by a number of frien ds and escorted to the home of the groom's fahter, whre a very pleasant ev ening was spent; the young people taking up their abode in their new ho me next day. Teh bride was the receipient of numerous and useful presents . Family F3919735
 
100 16503-04 Arthur SPENCE, 24, farmer, Bromley, same, s/o Alex SPENCE & Ann ie ANGUS, married Martha Jane WILCOX, 24, Wilberforce, same, d/o John WILC OX & Elizabeth THOMAS, witn: James SPENCE & Jessie V. SUTHERLAND, bo th of Wilberforce, 19 Oct. 1904 at Eganville Family F158343
 

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