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151 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PATTERSON, Margaret Ann (I42025370)
 
152 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PATTERSON, Cecil Rhodes (I42067008)
 
153 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PATTERSON, Charles William (I42067372)
 
154 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PATTERSON, Abraham Melville (I42071129)
 
155 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PATTERSON, Leonard Harold (I42071133)
 
156 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents VALLIANT, James Howard (I42724204)
 
157 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Cecil Leonard (I43079198)
 
158 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Thomas James (I44836958)
 
159 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents SNOWDEN, William J. (I43690449)
 
160 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents COSTELLO, William Ernest (I44223845)
 
161 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Joseph (I44836955)
 
162 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Margaret (I44836956)
 
163 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Susan Mary (I44836957)
 
164 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Thomas James (I44836958)
 
165 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents PAPPIN, Marceline Emma (I44836959)
 
166 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents JOHNSON, Annie Edith (I45443805)
 
167 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents ANDERSON, Bertha May (I45461905)
 
168 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents ANDERSON, Pte. John Edward (I45461906)
 
169 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents MATHIESON, Hugh William Arnold (I47626049)
 
170 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with son SEYMOUR, Mary Ann (I43183032)
 
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I657)
 
172 21 yrs 2 mos; 5' 4"; blue eyes light brown hair; 132 lbs. DAVIDSON, Pte. Gunner Gordon William (I43681613)
 
173 3 Mar 1947 ? Sinking of SS Novadoc, off the coast of Maine, USA - the sinking of the gypsum freighter 'Novadoc', a 261-foot laker ship, and the loss of 24 lives; the ship had sailed from Nova Scotia into a fierce nor'easter in the Bay of Fundy in March of 1947.
Margaret Briscoe was head cook on the Novadoc. She was born and raised in Renfrew, and was widowed when her husband, Harold Eady, was killed by sniper fire in Italy, 1944. The sinking of the Novadoc is one of the greatest maritime disasters in Canada or the US. Not without controversy, many of the crew refused to sail because the ship, they felt, was not seaworthy.
Nice Tribute to the 24 lives lost today fateful day in 1947, put to song by the late Blaine Henshaw. https://youtu.be/oBxL4NTgHFU
Posted by Myles McLaughlin 
BRISCOE, Margaret J. (I32767572)
 
174 34 Meadowbreeze Dr., Kanata, ON K2M 2L6 Source (S548449)
 
175 7 Casualty Clearing Station June 9, 1917 dangerously wounded with GSW arm & chest and died of wounds the same day. SULLIVAN, Pte. Lawrence Joseph (I42022126)
 
176 9599-76 Thomas RICHARDS, no age given, farmer, Horton, same, s/o Willi am & Catherine, married Ellen LEWIS, no age given, Horton, same, d/o Willi am & Jane, witn: William LEWIS of Horton & James RICHARDS of Staffor d, 18 April 1876 at Horton Family F14949031
 
177 9709-76 John McCOY, 28, tavern keeper, Lanark, Douglas, s/o John & Juli a, married Mary DUNN, 26, Admaston, same, d/o James & Mary, witn: Franc is DUNN & Robert DUNLOP, both of Renfrew, 22 May 1876 at Renfrew Family F13336173
 
178 9924-80 (Renfrew Co): Daniel M. ANDERSON, 25,
farmer, Westneath, same, s/o Ae l? & Jerusha,
married Mary J. WELDON, 23, Westneat h, same,
d/o Joseph & Eliza, witn: M. HANSFO RD & Mary
J. CASSIDY, both of Pembroke, 3 Mar ch 1880 at
Pembroke

9924-80 (Renfrew Co): Daniel M. ANDERSON, 25, farmer, Westneath, same, s /o Ael? & Jerusha, married Mary J. WELDON, 23, Westneath, same, d/o Jose ph & Eliza, witn: M. HANSFORD & Mary J. CASSIDY, both of Pembroke, 3 Mar ch 1880 at Pembroke 
Family F14993946
 
179 A familiar name from Cobden of the Past is Bud Barrett who served as Manager at Ontario Hydro Office, Cobden. Guy Raymond \'Bud\' Barrett, son of Guy Charles Francois Barrett and Irene Boucher, was born in 1930. During high school years, Bud won awards for public speaking. Bud married Viola Madeline Thompson on 16 Jun 1951. While in Cobden, they lived at 82 Main St.
Bud was an active community leader and participated in a number of organizations. In 1974, he threw his hat into the ring and ran as liberal candidate in the federal election. I remember attending a young peoples? rally in
support of Bud at the Memorial Hall.
Vi passed away on 24 Sep 2006 in Ottawa. Bud died on 7 Jun 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts and is buried in Malloch Road Cemetery, Arnprior, Ontario. He was 79.
 
BARRETT, Guy Raymond 'Bud' (I26012109)
 
180 After the father's death Inda and the boys moved
in with the Dobson family and so were raised by Dobson grandparents
 
DOBSON, Inda Florence (I38610480)
 
181 Alberta, Past and Present, Historical and Biographical Vol 2 Peter M. Campbell, M. D.

For more than a quarter of a century Dr. Peter M. Campbell of Lethbridge has been engaged in the practice of medicine, and the record of his efforts is written in terms of success. He is recognized as one of the most able physicians and surgeons of this part of the country and today enjoys an extensive practice of a distinctively representative character. Dr. Campbell is a native of Admaston, Ontario, born on the 9th of February, 1872. His parents, John and Jane (Connery) Campbell, were also of Canadian birth but the Campbell family is of Scotch lineage, the grandfather, Peter Campbell, having been born in the land of hills and heather, whence he came to the new world with his parents when a lad of seven years, the family home being established in this country. He devoted his entire life to farming. The grandfather in the maternal line was a native of Ireland and also arrived in Canada in early life. John Campbell devoted his life to agricultural pursuits and lived for many years on one place, there passing away in 1921. His widow is seventy-eight years of age and is still a resident of Ontario. They were the parents of eight children, six of whom are living. Mrs. Campbell's religious faith is that of the Presbyterian church, to which Mr. Campbell also belonged, and his political views were in accord with the principles of the Conservative party.

Peter M. Campbell, the eldest of the family of eight children, pursued his education in the Renfrew high school and afterward took an art course in Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario, and then in preparation for his chosen profession he matriculated as a medical student at Queen's and was graduated with the M. D. degree in 1896. Immediately afterward he began practice in Beachburg, Ontario, where he remained until 1900. when he made his way westward, with Cardston as his destination. For six years he was a representative of the profession in that place and in 1906 he removed to Lethbridge, where he has since made his home. Here he at once opened an office and through the intervening period of seventeen years he has steadily advanced in his profession and has rendered most valuable aid to his fellow townsmen, by reason of his highly developed skill and his comprehensive understanding of the scientific principles of medicine and surgery.

In 1904 Dr. Campbell was united in marriage to Miss Esther Scott, who was born in Paisley, Ontario, and there pursued her education. They have one child, Jean, who was born in 1908 and is now in school. The parents hold membership in the Presbyterian church and Dr. Campbell is also a member of the Masonic fraternity, loyally following the teachings of the order as he goes in and out among his fellowmen. His real recreation comes from mountain climbing and he gets the greatest enjoyment out of making the difficult ascent of the Rocky mountains. The major part of his time and energy, however, is given to his profession. He has taken postgraduate work in New York and in Rochester, Minnesota, and further keeps in touch with advanced professional thought and progress through his membership in the Alberta Medical Society and the Canadian Medical Association. Thoroughness has ever characterized his study and he is keenly  
CAMPBELL, Dr. Peter McGregor (I75638)
 
182 Alice Jane Lee's obituary was published in the Renfrew Mercury (Cobden New s) on Mar 23, 1939: "At the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Edwards, Gould street, on Frida y, March 17, there passed away in her 54th year, Mrs. Alice Sheedy, wi fe of the late John Sheedy, formerly Miss Alice Lee. Left to mourn are t wo daughters, Mrs. Graham of Detroit and Mrs. Jas. Edwards of Cobden. Fune ral services were held from her late residence, that of her daughter, Mr s. Jas. Edwards, to Pakenham Catholic church, after which interment took p lace in the cemetery there." LEE, Alice Jane (I40172049)
 
183 Arrived in Canada 1818 and en route arrived at Chaudier Falls (Ottawa) and camped. He died and was buried at 'The Flats before family moved on to The Derry FERGUSON, Donald (I3126)
 
184 as a young family they moved to Cobden after the premature death of their mother, Laura B. Scafe and were raised by their grandparents Robert and Mary (Houston) McKibbon MCKIBBON, George F (I3020387)
 
185 August 30th, Richard Bulmer, aged 64 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Marie Measor, 831 20th Ave. N.W. Born at Pembroke, Ont., he resided in Toronto, Windsor and Lindsay before coming to Calgary in 1963. Mr. Measor was a member of the Town Boys' Band at Pembroke, was employed with the Canadian Pacific Railway for thirty years and on the staff of the University of Toronto before his retirement a year ago. He served with the 130th Bn. in World War I and was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion.
Also surviving are a son, two daughters; two grandchildren; a brother, George Lester, Edmonton and a sister, Mrs. L.D. (Vi) Morgan, Vancouver.
Excerpt from The Calgary Herald, September 1, 1964, page 26
 
MEASOR, Pte. Richard Bulmer (I40566814)
 
186 Bill Clayton bclayton@pro.net 604-536-8836 14431 - 16A Avenue, Surrey, BC, V4A 1S8 Source (S443998)
 
187 BLAKELY 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 061 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p13,14 film t6365 25 BLAKELY R M DM M 1891-40 married - Que Ire Ire Presbyterian ?
note: unble to read occupation due to darkness of pon original document 1 BLAKELY { ? } Janet F 1891-37 married wife Que Scot Scot Presbyterian 2 BLAKELY David W M 1891-9 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 3 BLAKELY James McJ M 1891-8 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 4 BLAKELY Harvey McN M 1891-6 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 5 BLAKELY Hannah C F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 6 BLAKELY Annie Janet F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 7 BLAKELY Lillie Florana? F 1891-1 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian
note: not sure of spelling of middle name due to poor handwriting on
original document 
BLAKELY, Harvey MacVicar (I46601697)
 
188 BLAKELY 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 061 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p13,14 film t6365 25 BLAKELY R M DM M 1891-40 married - Que Ire Ire Presbyterian ?
note: unble to read occupation due to darkness of pon original document 1 BLAKELY { ? } Janet F 1891-37 married wife Que Scot Scot Presbyterian 2 BLAKELY David W M 1891-9 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 3 BLAKELY James McJ M 1891-8 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 4 BLAKELY Harvey McN M 1891-6 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 5 BLAKELY Hannah C F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 6 BLAKELY Annie Janet F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 7 BLAKELY Lillie Florana? F 1891-1 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian
note: not sure of spelling of middle name due to poor handwriting on
original document 
MCJANET, Janet (I46610154)
 
189 BLAKELY 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 061 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p13,14 film t6365 25 BLAKELY R M DM M 1891-40 married - Que Ire Ire Presbyterian ?
note: unble to read occupation due to darkness of pon original document 1 BLAKELY { ? } Janet F 1891-37 married wife Que Scot Scot Presbyterian 2 BLAKELY David W M 1891-9 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 3 BLAKELY James McJ M 1891-8 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 4 BLAKELY Harvey McN M 1891-6 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 5 BLAKELY Hannah C F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 6 BLAKELY Annie Janet F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 7 BLAKELY Lillie Florana? F 1891-1 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian
note: not sure of spelling of middle name due to poor handwriting on
original document 
BLAKELY, David Wardrope (I46610155)
 
190 BLAKELY 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 061 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p13,14 film t6365 25 BLAKELY R M DM M 1891-40 married - Que Ire Ire Presbyterian ?
note: unble to read occupation due to darkness of pon original document 1 BLAKELY { ? } Janet F 1891-37 married wife Que Scot Scot Presbyterian 2 BLAKELY David W M 1891-9 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 3 BLAKELY James McJ M 1891-8 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 4 BLAKELY Harvey McN M 1891-6 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 5 BLAKELY Hannah C F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 6 BLAKELY Annie Janet F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 7 BLAKELY Lillie Florana? F 1891-1 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian
note: not sure of spelling of middle name due to poor handwriting on
original document 
BLAKELY, James McJanet (I46610156)
 
191 BLAKELY 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 061 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p13,14 film t6365 25 BLAKELY R M DM M 1891-40 married - Que Ire Ire Presbyterian ?
note: unble to read occupation due to darkness of pon original document 1 BLAKELY { ? } Janet F 1891-37 married wife Que Scot Scot Presbyterian 2 BLAKELY David W M 1891-9 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 3 BLAKELY James McJ M 1891-8 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 4 BLAKELY Harvey McN M 1891-6 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 5 BLAKELY Hannah C F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 6 BLAKELY Annie Janet F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 7 BLAKELY Lillie Florana? F 1891-1 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian
note: not sure of spelling of middle name due to poor handwriting on
original document 
BLAKELY, Hannah Graham (I46610158)
 
192 BLAKELY 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 061 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p13,14 film t6365 25 BLAKELY R M DM M 1891-40 married - Que Ire Ire Presbyterian ?
note: unble to read occupation due to darkness of pon original document 1 BLAKELY { ? } Janet F 1891-37 married wife Que Scot Scot Presbyterian 2 BLAKELY David W M 1891-9 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 3 BLAKELY James McJ M 1891-8 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 4 BLAKELY Harvey McN M 1891-6 - son Ont Que Que Presbyterian 5 BLAKELY Hannah C F 1891-5 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 6 BLAKELY Annie Janet F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian 7 BLAKELY Lillie Florana? F 1891-1 - dtr Ont Que Que Presbyterian
note: not sure of spelling of middle name due to poor handwriting on
original document 
BLAKELY, Lily Florence (I46610159)
 
193 Book written by Allan du Manoir de Juaye (Richard & Marie's grandson) entitled "Le Chanoine du Manoir de Juaye", 2012 documents the life of Richard and his ancestry. DU MANOIR, Richard Jules (I6960211)
 
194 born S 1/2 7, Con 4 Ross Twp LOGAN, Ruby Robina (I41311468)
 
195 California Death Index, 1940-1997
about Clarissa Pearl Hixon
Name: Clarissa Pearl Hixon
[Clarissa Pearl Stewart] Social Security #: 554126042 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 18 Oct 1899 Birthplace: North Dakota Death Date: 30 Jun 1959 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Johnson Father's Surname: Stewart
 
STEWART, Clarissa Pearl (I39950800)
 
196 Came from Bryson, Que and moved to Cobden as a station agent. Ran a shoe store in the Blackwell building c1906 Source: Susan Dykes, RR#2 Granton, ON MOM 1V0 519 225-2567 MCKIBBON, Robert James (I37972351)
 
197 came to Canada when quite young; during past 16 mos she lived in home of Mr J W Thompson of Queensline; survived by one brother Alex, living in Glasgow. to Foresters Falls Cem BELL, Helen (I34803633)
 
198 Canada Census: 1891: Stafford Twp, Renfrew, Ontario, Division 1. Page 13. 1901: Stafford Twp, North Renfrew, Ontario. 110-J-1.Page 5. 39 Dobson John G M S 5 Aug 1888 12 Ont Eng Presb School bject:
Timberline Vol XIV #4 Enquiry re DOBSON
Date:
Mon, 11 Aug 2003 13:19:09 -0700
From:
Bill Clayton
To:





I noticed your enquiry re DOBSON, William Henry in The Timberline. Willia m Henry DOBSON's son John Gordon was married to my grandfather William Gass WINTERS' sister Maggie May WINTERS (b 11Dec1895; d 01 Jul 1971). I have so me additional info about their descendants if you are interested.

The attached photo was taken last summer at St Patrick's Cemetery, Staffor d Twp.

The DOBSON family shows up on the 1891 Census film T6365, Renfrew North, Stafford Township Page 13.

My Renfrew County interests are: WINTERS in Stafford Township and THACKRAY in Brudenell Township, Combemere (?) and Pembroke.


Bill Clayton bclayton@pro.net 604-536-8836 14431 - 16A Avenue, Surrey, BC, V4A 1S8 
DOBSON, John Gordon (I38596281)
 
199 CarsonGeorge Arthur22HaileyburgShawville, Que.James Patterson Cars on Sarah Maria McCaggAndersonEmma Ray21BeachburgBeachbur gDaniel Anderson Mary Jane Wildon1906Decemb er 26John Rollins Margaret E. WalkerBachelorSpinst erEpiscopalMethodistH363494December 26Harry WalkerWestmeath Family F14994960
 
200 Census Place:Westmeath, Renfrew North, Ontario, Canada Source:FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 114 SubDist K Div 2 Pa ge 9 Family 32 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace David PATTERSONMM29IrishO Occ:FarmerReligion:Methodist Canada Jane Elizabeth PATTERSONFM21IrishO Religion:Methodist Canada David PATTERSONM1IrishO Religion:Methodist Canada

Pembroke Observer Mar 14 1912 Died Greenwood, Mar 10 1912, David Patterson, abt age 61, son of late Char les Patterson. Survived by his widow, the former Jane Wilson, dau of t he late David Wilson adn 7 grown up children. Interment in Methodist Ceme tery, Greenwood, by Rev Mr Schoggle.

Pembroke standard Mar 27 1912 Died Westmeath Twp., Mar 17 1912, David Patterson, born Mar 1 1851. Marri ed 1877 to former Jane Elizabeth Wilson, They had 11 children, 9 surviv e: David H, Calgary; Hugh, Winnipeg; Charles W, James S, Leonard H, Abrah am M, Cecil R, Mildred O and Margaret A Patterson, all at home. A form er school trustee. Burial to the Greenwood Church and Cemetery. The pa ll bearers were all brothers-in-law: John Cotnam, George Mick, Wm Thompso n, Hugh Wilson, Dean Burns, Robert Graham. 
PATTERSON, David (I42060968)
 

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