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NOTE:First Families is a collection of genealogical information taken from various sources that were periodically submitted to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. The information has not been verified against any official records. Since the information in First Families is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use the information to verify its , John see CAIN, : George Kay came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Saint John: his wife s name is not given: Only children mentioned:1) George Kay b. 1792, d. 1853, m. Mary E. - b. 1793, d. after 1856: settled on Indian Island, West Isles Parish, Charlotte County: 2) Jacob Kay b. 1793, d. 1874, m. Sarah - b. 1794, d. 1872: family settled at Leonardville on Deer Island. Source: MC80/21 Martha Barto s Passamaquoddy: Genealogies of West Isles families, pages : Thomas Kay baptized 18 Feb 1794 in Wooler, England, died 26 Aug 1857: married Isabella - : they came from Berwick-upon-Tweed to NB in 1837 and settled in Harvey, Manners Sutton Parish, York County: Children mentioned:1) Jane Kay married Mr. McDole: 2) Mary Ann Kay bp. 13 Apr 1834 at Wooler, died 8 Sep 1854. Source: MC80/2504 Jocelean S. Hall et. al. Harvey Settlement Cemetery 1837-1999, page : William Kay b. c1779 in NB: he settled in Hillsborough Parish, Albert County: m. 18 Jul 1803 at Sackville, Westmorland County, Charity Wheaton b. 15 Feb 1787 in NB, died after Jan 1851, d/o Thomas and Abigail Wheaton: Children:1) James Kay b. 18 Sep 1804, m. Elizabeth Babcock: 2) Abigail Kay b. 2 Dec 1805, m. Robert Mitton: 3) Jane Kay born 2 Dec 1807, m. Lewis Steeves: 4) Judith Kay b. 7 Apr 1808, m. Enoch Stiles: 5) Margaret Kay b. 18 Dec 1809: 6) John Kay born 15 Aug 1813, d. after 1881, married 22 Jan 1836 probably at Salisbury, Westmorland County, Eunice Lutes b. c1812 in NB, died after 1881: settled in Salisbury, NB and had eight children: 7) Robert Kay b. 15 Aug 1815, m. Abigail - : 8) William Bryant Kay b. 4 Aug 1818, d. Aug 1887, m. Mary Ann Steeves: they had ten children: 9) Alexander Kay born 30 Dec 1819, d. 7 May 1896, married Rhoda Steeves: 10) Early Kay born 18 Aug 1823, d. c1905, m. (1st) Jerusha - : (2nd) Sarah Ann White: 11) Jerusha Kay b. 1826:12) Mary A. Kay b. 1829. Source: MC80/1785 Leonard J. Winn s Pedigree charts of the Winn family of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, Family group records #46, #47: see RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Kay family, microfilm F11085, 2 pages: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20987: see sheet for William : James Joseph Kaye born 23 Jul 1814 in Surrey, England, died 19 Jun 1892, second s/o James Kaye and Sarah Cox: he came to NB as a young man and settled in Saint John: m. 26 Jul 1847 at Saint John, Ann Elizabeth Bonsall b. and d. in Saint John, d/o George Bonsall and Margaret Blair Mallard: Children born in Saint John:1) Georgianna M. Kaye m. Dr. Lucius Allison of Saint John: had one son: 2) James Sidney Kaye born 13 Jan 1850, died 22 Feb 1923, m. 1875 Stella Margaret Scovil b. 22 Jul 1850 at Shediac, NB, d. 15 Sep 1928, d/o Richard Scovil: settled in Saint John and had seven children: 3) Mary Kaye m. Frank O. Allison: had four children: 4) Annie J. Kaye: 5) Edmund G. Kaye: 6) Frederick W. Kaye: 7) Edith E. Kaye m. Charles Kerr and had three children: 8) Florence S. Kaye m. 1 Jun 1899 Henry W. Booth of London, England: 9) J. Henry Kaye. Sources: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 511-513: see MC80/360 Acadiensis Vol VII, No. 4, Oct, 1907, Answers to Queries, pages 354-355: see also MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 1783-1983, pages 61-63: see also MC600 James Edwin Humphreys fonds, MS1A5 Bonsall family notes, 6 pages. KEAN: William Kean was from Pennsylvania, m. Ann - b. 1756, d. 1820 in Saint John: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: probably settled in Saint : MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau s New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 : William Keans b. 11 Mar 1804 Ryde, Isle of Wight, England, d. 30 Sep 1876: he came to NB and settled in Saint John: married 29 Sep 1827, Lucy Ann Robinson of Saint John, born 1807, d. 29 Nov : MC1156 Graves Papers: William Keans, 1 : Alexander Kearney Sr. b. West Virginia s/o William Kearney and Jean Barnwell: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: may have first settled in Sunbury County and later in Carleton County: married Miss Todd of NJ: Children:1) Samuel Kearney b. b. 23 Jun 1773, married 30 Aug 1800 Mary Nevers b. 24 Apr 1780: settled in Madawaska County, NB and had eleven children: 2) Hilkiah Kearney b. c1776, d. 16 Jan 1833, m. 22 Oct 1801 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, Anna (Nevers) Mallory born 6 Jan 1770, died 10 Apr 1858, d/o Samuel Nevers and Anna Burrell, widow of Jonathan Noble Mallory: they settled near Bath, Carleton County: 3) Alexander Kearney Jr. b. c1779, m. 20 Apr 1807 Mary Leete Tompkins b. 20 Dec 1790, d. 10 Dec 1868, d/o Jacob Tompkins and Mary Place: they settled in Northampton Parish, Carleton County and had fourteen children: 4) Andrew Kearney born c1785, m. 3 Feb 1806 Mary Hallett b. c1786 d/o Moses Hallett and Elizabeth McConnell: family settled near Jacksontown, Wakefield Parish, Carleton County: had two children:5) John Kearney born 19 Jun 1789, d. 1 Aug 1854, m. 18 Nov 1812 Hester Sharp born 15 Jun 1792, d. 21 Aug 1848, d/o Alexander Sharp and Hester Campbell: settled in Jacksontown, Carleton County and had eight children:6) Elizabeth Kearney m. 11 Aug 1805 in Woodstock Parish, David Betts, possibly son of Jared Betts: moved to Miramichi, NB: 7) Sarah Kearney married Warren Snow b. 1 Jun 1791 at Granville, NS, died 4 Feb 1882, s/o Josiah Snow and Elizabeth Shaw: family moved to Ontario: 8) Margaret Kearney m. Mr. Tompkins. Sources: MC1/Kearney #1,2,3, 40 pages: files contain some conflicting data: one source claims that Alexander Kearney was the s/o John Kearney from Northern Ireland: John settled in NJ and m. a sister of David Burwell: Anna Nevers m. 16 Feb 1791 Jonathan Noble Mallory: Jacob Tompkins b. 1759, d. 1842 was a Loyalist probably from Westchester County, NY: came to NB in 1783 and settled in Northumberland County, m. (1st) Mary Place who may have been d/o Aaron Place, a Loyalist from Long Island, NY, m. (2nd) in 1814 Nancy Connor of Wakefield Parish: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #57, Fall 1993: Patricia C. Rock et. al. Loyalist Alexander Kearney, pg 26-28:see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #62, Winter 1994: Reese E. Morgan s Descendants of Loyalist Alexander Kearney, New Brunswick, Canada, pages 8-17: see MC2660 Victoria County Genealogical Society collection, Kearney/Carney family of Victoria County, 5 : Alexander Kearney Jr. was b. c1779, s/o Alexander Kearney and - Todd: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: m. 20 Apr 1807 Mary Leete Tompkins b. 20 Dec 1790, died 10 Dec 1868, d/o Jacob Tompkins and Mary Place: settled in Northampton Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) James Kearney born 26 Jan 1808, married 31 Dec 1835 Ruth Patterson of Northampton: 2) Amos Kearney born 30 Mar 1811, m. 29 Dec 1836, Harriet Sharp, cousin, born 23 Dec 1820, d. Apr 1879, d/o James Sharp and Elizabeth Tompkins: family moved to Michigan: 3) Mary Kearney b. 28 Dec 1812, m. 14 Oct 1834 John Sylvester Patterson of Southampton, NB: 4) Alexander Kearney Jr. born 27 Mar 1815, d. 9 Sep 1899, m. 26 Mar 1844 at Dumfries, York County, Mary Jane Dow born 1826, died 22 May 1884, d/o Enoch Dow and Mary Jane Phillips: 5) Jane Kearney born 28 Jun 1818, died 17 Apr 1847 at Lower Caverhill in Queensbury Parish, York County, married on 21 Mar 1839 Moses Hallett of Queensbury, born c1811, died on 7 Jun 1882, s/o Bartlett and Lydia Hallett: Moses Hallett m. (2nd) Emma Clark: 6) Susannah Kearney b. 21 May 1819, d. Jun 1838: 7) Mallory Kearney b. 21 Jul 1821, d. 2 Jan 1840: 8) Rachel Kearney born 9 Mar 1823, d. 23 Mar 1905, married 17 Aug 1844 Archibald MacElroy born 1821 s/o John MacElroy and Hannah Yerxa: 9) Eleanor Kearney born c1825, died 1843: 10) Martha Jane Kearney b. c1828, d. 1897 Dover, NH, m. 17 Jul 1847 her cousin, William Dunphy Kearney: 11) Roseanna Kearney married 15 Nov 1842 Robert S. Palmer: 12) Elizabeth Kearney married 20 Feb 1851 William Tripp: 13) Frederick Kearney born 11 Mar 1835, died 13 May 1899 in Wisconsin. Sources: MC1/Kearney #1,2,3, 40 pages: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #62, Winter 1994: Reese E. Morgan s Descendants of Loyalist Alexander Kearney, New Brunswick, Canada, pages : Hilkiah Kearney born c1776, died 16 Jan 1833, s/o Alexander Kearney and - Todd: he came to NB 1783 as a Loyalist: m. 22 Oct 1801 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, as (2nd) husband, Anna (Nevers) Mallory born 6 Jan 1770, d. 10 Apr 1858, d/o Samuel Nevers and Anna Burrell: the widow of Dr. Jonathan Noble Mallory s/o Caleb Mallory and Elizabeth DeForest whom she married 16 Feb 1791 as his (2nd) wife: settled at Upper Wicklow in Carleton County: Children:1) Margaret Kearney b. Aug 1806, d. 5 Oct 1858, married 2 Jul 1829 James Hiscock b. c1805 probably in Maine: they settled at River de Chute, Andover Parish, Victoria County: 2) John Kearney d. 14 Dec 1848: 3) James M. Kearney b. 29 Jan 1810 at River de Chute, d. Apr 1893, m. (1st) 17 Jan 1832 at Woodstock, Carleton County, Sarah Ann Fitzherbert born 23 Jan 1812, died 5 Jan 1885, d/o Jonas Fitzherbert and Abigail Cox, m. (2nd) 23 Apr 1888 at Beechwood, Kent Parish, Carleton County, Frances Lavinia (Fitzherbert) Inman, the widow of John Inman and sister of Sarah Ann his first wife: 4) Alexander Kearney born 7 Feb 1819, d. 30 Dec 1900, m. (1st) Mary Ann Wright b. 6 Jul 1821, (2nd) Kate - : family settled in Limestone, ME. Sources: MC1/Kearney #1,2,3, 40 pages: Anna Nevers and Jonathan Mallory had a son William Noble Mallory b. 11 Jul 1795, d. 25 Oct 1886, married (1st) Jane Snow b. 4 Sep 1800 d/o Josiah Snow and Elizabeth Shaw, married (2nd) Keziah (Parlee) Folkins, the widow of Peter Folkins: Jonas Fitzherbert and James Fitzherbert were sons of Colonel Jonas Fitzherbert, a British officer who returned to England: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #62, Winter 1994: Reese E. Morgan s Descendants of Loyalist Alexander Kearney, New Brunswick, Canada, pages : Samuel Kearney born 23 Jun 1773, died c1849, s/o Alexander Kearney and - Todd: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: m. 30 Aug 1800 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, Mary Nevers born 21 Apr 1780 d/o Samuel Nevers and Anna Burrell: family eventually settled in Madawaska County: Children:1) Edward Trowbridge Kearney born 23 Nov 1801, died 8 May 1861, m. 20 Dec 1823 at Wakefield, Carleton County, NB, Havilah Snow b. 3 Jul 1804 at Granville, NS, d. 29 Jul 1860, d/o Josiah Snow and Elizabeth Shaw: settled in Kent Parish, Carleton County and had fifteen children:2) Ann Burrell Kearney born 8 Sep 1803, married 3 Apr 1822 in Kent Parish, Carleton County, Simon Giberson b. c1800 s/o Loyalist John Giberson from NJ, and wife Elizabeth Brown: settled at Bristol, Kent Parish: had at least ten children: 3) Jane Todd Kearney b. 1805, d. Jan 1894, m. 8 Mar 1826 in Kent Parish, William Rogers b. 23 Jul 1801, d. Apr 1883, s/o Richard Rogers and wife Elizabeth Ann Wolverton: they settled in Bristol, Carleton County: had at least ten children: 4) Mary Kearney b. 16 Oct 1807, d. Jul 1860, m. 7 May 1831 as his first wife, Jacob Rideout b. 8 Jan 1806 at Sheffield, Sunbury County, died 14 Aug 1890, s/o Oliver Rideout and Susanna Seaman: family settled in East Florenceville, Peel Parish, Carleton County: had at least ten children: 5) Ardealyea or Delia Kearney b. 2 Jan 1809, m. (1st) 11 Aug 1829 Richard Barent Rogers b. 3 Dec 1803, d. c1850, brother of William Rogers: had seven children: married (2nd) 22 Oct 1850 James White b. 1804 in England: settled at Woodstock, Carleton County: 6) Samuel Nevers Kearney born 15 Mar 1811, m. as her (2nd) husband widow Mary ( - ) Howland b. c1813: had three children, two step-children:7) Hilkiah R. Kearney born 23 May 1814, died c1850, married 23 Jul 1838 in Brighton Parish, Carleton County, Mary Tompkins b. 27 Apr 1816 d/o Roger Tompkins and Elizabeth Guigy: had three children:8) Isabella Howard Kearney b. 17 May 1815 at Grand Falls, d. after 1880, m. (1st) 24 Jun 1845 Alexander McPhail: had one child: married (2nd) 8 Dec 1851 as his (2nd) wife, James Craven: had two children: family moved to Michigan: 9) Francis Kearney b. 18 Jul 1818: went to Ontario: 10) William Kearney b. 12 Jun 1821, d. young: 11) William Dunphy Kearney b. c1825, died 7 Jan 1873, married 17 Jul 1847 his first cousin, Martha Jane Kearney d/o Alexander Kearney and Mary L. Tompkins: settled at Grand Falls, Victoria County: had three children. Source: MC1/Kearney #1,2,3, 40 pages: the files contain conflicting data: one source claims that Samuel Kearney was s/o Alexander Kearney and Mary Campbell: Anna Burrell s father was Sgt. John Burrell, a member of the Massachusetts militia stationed at Saint John in 1759: Jacob Rideout married (2nd) 18 Nov 1860 Julia Ann Squires: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #62, Winter 1994: Reese E. Morgan s Descendants of Loyalist Alexander Kearney, New Brunswick, Canada, pages 8-11: see MC2660 Victoria County Genealogical Society collection, Kearney/Carney family of Victoria County, 5 : see also CARNEY KEARNS: Patrick Kearns born c1806 in Ireland: came to NB about 1827 and settled in Dutch Valley, Sussex Parish, Kings County: m. (1st) - , m. (2nd) 10 Jan 1841 in NB, Catherine Boyle b. 1826 in Ireland: Children of first wife:1) Margaret Kearns born 1829: 2) John Kearns born 1830: 3) Thomas Kearns b. 1833: 4) Laurence Kearns b. 1835: 5) Susan Kearns b. 1837: Children of second wife:6) Timothy Kearns born 1843: 7) Patrick Kearns born 1846: 8) Barnard Kearns b. 1847: 9) George Kearns b. 1850: 10) Mary Kearns born 1855: 11) James Kearns born 1857: 12) Catherine Kearns b. 1860: 13) Bernard Kearns b. 8 Mar 1861 (tombstone says 1851) in Dutch Valley, d. 1919, m. Annie Mary Bazley born 15 Dec 1870, d. 1918: settled at Salem, Hillsborough, Albert County: had at least ten children. Source: MC80/2688 Frances McGinn et. al. Every life counted: a record of the families of Mary Ann Mullin, George W. Reed, Mary Jane Crilley, James Keenan and John Perry of Fairville, New Brunswick, page : Edward Keary b. c1793 in Ireland, died 20 Jun 1866: came to NB around 1816 and first settled in Nelson Parish, Northumberland County, then moved to Chatham, NB: m. (1st) 30 Apr 1818 Catherine Power of Nelson, b. 1803, died on 5 Jan 1835: m. (2nd) 17 May 1836 Elizabeth (Baldwin) Griffin b. c1797, d. before 1861, the widow of Thomas Griffin: Children of first wife:1) Helen or Eleanor Keary born 9 May 1820, died 7 Mar 1865, probably m. 5 Sep 1843 William Whalen: 2) John Keary born 11 May 1822, died c1851 possibly in Maine: 3) Edmund Keary bp. 9 Aug 1824: 4) Patrick Keary bp. 6 Aug 1826: 5) Michael Keary b. 12 Sep 1828 possibly m. Ann Murphy: 6) Mary Keary b. 7 May 1832: Children of second wife:7) William Keary b. 17 Feb 1837, died after 1851: 8) Richard Keary bp. 15 Sep1839, died after 1851: 9) Charles Keary bp. 8 Nov 1840, d. after 1851: 10) Eleanor or Ann Keary born 16 Sep 1842, died after 1851: 11) Thomas F. Keary b. c1844: later moved to Bathurst: 12) Robert Keary born c1849, d. after 1861. Sources: MC80/2184 Hamilton s Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: 1851 census for Chatham Parish notes a step-daughter, Mary Griffin born about1832 in NB, and a step-son, James Griffin born c1828 in NB: see also MC80/1339 Gerald F. McDonald s Ancestors and descendants of Aaron Joseph Donovan of Renous, New Brunswick & Annie Grace Whalen of Boiestown, New Brunswick, pages 29, 30 and 32: Edward may have had the following siblings: Ann Eleanor Keary m. Patrick O Shea: William Keary born c1801 in Ireland, died 2 May 1869 at Renous, NB: Elizabeth Keary m. 11 Feb 1829 at Nelson, William : Robert Keast and wife Ann Harris came from England to NB in 1843: settled in Kings County: only child mentioned was son, Robert Keast Jr. b. 1818 Cornwall, England: first settled in Studholm Parish, Kings County, then in 1858 went to Queens County: married Eleanor Keirstead d/o John B. Keirstead: they had fifteen children. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages : Edward Keating b. 1806 in Ireland: came to NB in 1831: settled in Salisbury Parish, Westmorland County: married Mary - b. 1811 in NB: Children born in NB:1) Margaret Keating b. 1834:2) Judith Keating b. 1836:3) John Keating born 1838:4) Mary I. Keating b. 1840:5) Eleanor Keating b. 1843:6) George Keating b. 1845:7) Edward Keating b. 1847:8) Catherine Keating b. : MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS1A: on microfilm reel F20981; see sheet for Edward : Garrett Keating, a captain in the New Jersey Volunteers, b. - , d. Jul 1780: m. Mary Ann - : the widow and her three small children came to NB and received land in Saint John:Possible children:1) Thomas Keating: settled in Kings County:2) Robert Keating: settled in Kings County. Source: MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS15/9, pages 85 and : Patrick Keating b. c1806 in Ireland, died 3 Oct 1883: may have first settled on PEI: he came to NB in 1827 and settled at Whitney, North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: married 13 Jun 1844 Margaret Hutchison born Jan 1829, died 28 Jun 1874, d/o James Hutchison and Judith Murphy: Children:1) Mary Keating b. c1849, d. 1 Jul 1881, m. William Jones born c1837, died 26 Sep 1921, s/o John Jones: 2) Jane Keating b. Jan 1852, d. 6 Jan 1885, m. Frederick J. Jones b. c1853, died 20 Apr 1894, brother of William: 3) James Keating born Apr 1854, died 1926, married Catherine Sheasgreen b. Mar 1851, d. 5 Mar 1927, d/o Edward Sheasgreen and Ann Collier: went to Everett, WA: 4) John Hutchison Keating born Mar 1856, d. 13 May 1946, m. Ann Walsh born c1861, d. Apr 1918, d/o Richard Walsh and Judith Murphy: settled at Strathadam, NB and had a family: 5) Edward Allan Keating b. Apr 1858, died 7 Apr 1936, m. Mary Elizabeth Ann McKay b. 3 Mar 1873, d. 1956, d/o George McKay and Mary McLean: they settled at Strathadam and had a family: 6) Joanna Keating born Aug 1860, married James Donovan: 7) Harriet Ann Keating born Nov 1862 m. Francis Sheasgreen born c1855, died after 1927: brother of Catherine: 8) Laura Keating b. c1863: 9) Margaret Emma Keating born Jun 1865: 10) Helena Blanche Keating b. May 1870. Sources: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages 225 to 226: see also MC80/361 Doreen M. Arbuckle s The North West Miramichi, pages : James Keator born c1799, d. 1866: he was brought to NB about 1820 by his grand-uncle Richard Sands who set him up in business: James m. 22 Oct 1825 Sarah Mary Micheau: Children:1) George Edward Sands Keator: founded Saint John and Montreal Keators: 2) James Daniel Micheau Keator: this branch returned to the : RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Keator family: American pedigree of Canadian branch of Keator family, microfilm F11085, 1 : Peter Keay (Rev.) b. 26 Aug 1826 in Aberdeen, Scotland, d. 29 Dec 1873 at McAdam Jct., York County, s/o James Keay and Charlotte Hope: he was a Presbyterian minister who came to NB in 1855: served in various places, eventually settling in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: married 10 Jun 1857 at Douglastown, Newcastle Parish, Northumberland County, Alexina Mackie d/o Alexander Mackie and Elizabeth Stuart: Children:1) Charlotte Elizabeth Keay b. 11 Jun 1858, d. 11 Mar 1943, married Rev. D. Turner Conlan b. - , d. Jan 1937: first settled in Boston, MA: had no children:2) Agnes Elder Keay born 11 Mar 1860, d. 3 Jan 1932, m. 31 Aug 1881 at St. Andrews, NB, John Davidson Grimmer of Chamcook, Saint Andrews Parish, Charlotte County: settled at Chamcook and had seven children:3) Richard Hutchison Keay b. 2 Nov 1864, d. 21 Mar 1944, m. 18 Aug 1895 in Amherst, NS, Ada Margaret Fraser d/o Frank Fraser and Jessie Mackie: settled in St. Andrews and had five children:4) Minnie Keay b. 24 Jun 1867, d. 12 Dec 1949. Sources: MC80/2631 E. Arthur Betts Our fathers in the faith, pages 57-58: see also MC1219 Grimmer family fonds, MS12B, The Keay family by Muriel Grimmer, 1947, 6 pages: also, MS12E1 The Keay family, 7 : Andrew Kee b. in Ireland: came from Kee Town near Belfast, Ireland to NB about 1830 and settled in Saint John: met on the boat to NB and married 23 Oct 1830 in Saint John, Matilda Ann Cook of English descent, b. c1812, d. Jun 1882:Children mentioned:1) John Kee b. - , d. age 21:2) Rachel Kee b. - , d. age 17:3) Catherine Kee born 1852, d. Mar 1879, married Enoch Paul: had no issue: 4) Andrew Kee b. 1838, d. Dec 1896, m. Jemima Mercy Burgess d/o Robert Burgess and Margaret McLeod: settled at New Jerusalem: had six : RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Kee, Burgess and McLeod families: William Burgess Kee s History of the families of Andrew Kee, William Burgess, Colonel William McLeod, microfilm F11085, 3 pages: Andrew came to NB about 1830 with his cousin George Kee: originally the Kees came from Wales to : Samuel Kee b. 1816 in County Tyrone, Ireland, d. 8 Apr 1893, married in Ireland, Isabella - b. 1818 County Tyrone, d. 27 Jan 1892: came to NB in 1838 and settled in Saint John: survived by three sons and three daughters: the only children mentioned: 1) Jane Kee married Mr. Foster: 2) Samuel Kee. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page : Robert Keech born 12 Nov 1759 at North Castle, NY, died 2 Oct 1842, married Kezia - born 8 Jul 1762 in Duchess County, NY, died 21 Jan 1840: this family came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled at Dorchester, Westmorland County: only child mentioned was, Sarah Keech b. 5 Apr 1783 at Westchester, NY, died 31 May 1843, m. 12 Feb 1807 at Dorchester, NB, Humphrey Gilbert b. 25 Sep 1775 at Bristol in Berkshire County, MA, died 20 Jul 1838: settled at Dorchester and had two children. Sources: MC80/1251 Helen M. Petchey s The Dorchester Gilberts: see also MC80/20 Milner s Early history of Dorchester and the surrounding area, page 8: see also MC1156 Graves Papers under Gilbert family notes there is an entry Keech family : James Keefe b. by 1755, d. after Jun 1833: came to NB in 1783 with a wife and two children as Loyalists: settled on Kennebecasis or Milkish Island in Kings County:Children:1) Child b. before 1774:2) Child b. between 1774 and 1784:3) Thomas Keefe b. c1785, d. before 1881, m. c1811 Jane Hayter b. c1786 in NB, died before 1881, d/o John Hayter and Mary Monk: settled in Westfield Parish and had seven children. Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Vol 18, No. 4 (Issue #70), Winter 1996: Tony LeBlanc s Some descendants of James Keefe, Loyalist of Kennebecasis Island, NB, pages 21-28: surname is now spelled : Francis Keegan born c1841 at Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Ireland, died at Wytapitlock, Maine: he came to NB about 1858: first settled in Blissville Parish in Sunbury County, then moved to Petersville Parish, Queens County, then went to Wytapitlock, ME: m. Margaret Teresa Nixon b. c1843: Children:1) Cornelius Keegan born c1866: 2) Thomas H. Keegan born c1869, m. Annie - : 3) Catherine Keegan bp. 29 Oct 1870 at Petersville: 4) Rose Ann Keegan bp. 29 Sep 1872 at Petersville: 5) William Keegan bp. 2 Aug 1874 at Petersville: 6) Margaret Ellen Keegan bp. 29 Jun 1876 at Petersville: 7) Mary Teresa Keegan bp. 4 Aug 1878 Petersville. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 143: Francis was the brother of James Keegan born c1830 and Thomas Keegan b. : James Keegan born c1830 at Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Ireland, died 30 May 1879, m. 1864 in South Wales, Julia Harrington: they came to NB about 1869 and settled in Saint John: Children:1) Thomas Keegan b. c1865 in South Wales: 2) Miss Keegan: 3) Elizabeth Julia Keegan b. Mar 1869, d. 12 Feb 1873 Saint John: 4) Margaret Ann Keegan born 16 Oct 1870 in Saint John: 5) James Daniel Keegan baptized 23 Nov 1874 in Saint John: 6) John Francis Keegan born on 11 Mar 1877. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 143-144: James was the brother of Francis Keegan born c1841 and Thomas Keegan b. : Thomas Keegan born c1826 at Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Ireland, d. 15 Dec 1904: came to NB in 1848: settled in Enniskillen, Petersville Parish, Queens County: m. 5 Nov 1868 in Petersville Parish, Ellen Sweeney bp. 28 Jun 1847 at Enniskillen, NB, d. 12 Aug 1880, d/o Daniel Sweeney and Julia Toomey who had come from Ireland before 1845: Children born at Enniskillen, NB:1) James Edward Keegan born 10 Sep 1869, died 18 Aug 1897: 2) Thomas Robert Keegan born 30 Aug 1870, died c1952, m. 26 Apr 1899 in Maine, Mary Mahoney: moved to Maine: 3) John J. Keegan b. 11 Oct 1872, d. 19 Jun 1933, m. 1904 Bangor, ME, Ann Gallagher: moved to Maine:4) Francis Patrick Keegan born 29 Mar 1875, died 29 Aug 1951 at Welsford, Queens County, m. 9 Nov 1910 Catherine Alice Hogan born 25 Dec 1878 at Petersville, NB, d. 11 Oct 1940, d/o Charles Hogan and Catherine Garrity: settled at Enniskillen and had five children: 5) Margaret Keegan b. 17 Jun 1877, died 13 Aug 1889, 6) William Keegan born 11 May 1880, died Sep 1963, m. 1912 at Regina, SK, Mary Hartney: settled in Vancouver, BC. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pgs. 129, 130: also see the Queens County census records: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 144: Thomas was the brother of Francis Keegan born c1841, James Keegan born c1830, and Elizabeth Keegan: see also MC80/2780 Suzanne McCann s Enniskillen: golden memories, pages : Alby Keen or Keene born c1808 in Belfast, ME, died 20 Feb 1890 in Calais, ME: came to NB and settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: returned to Maine by 1838: m. c1834 in Calais, ME, Nancy J. Estabrooks born c1814 in Saint John, NB, d/o David E. Estabrooks and Judith Fletcher: they had fourteen children: Children born in St. Stephen, NB:1) Thomas Edward Keen b. 11 Sep 1833: 2) Amanda Jane Keen b. 6 Apr 1835, married 2 Dec 1853 in Calais, Henry Sederquist: 3) Harriet Elizabeth Keen born 7 Jan 1837, died 8 Sep 1838 in Calais. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks Calais Maine families, page , William see under KEAN, WilliamKEENAN: James Joseph Keenan born 1856 in Ireland, died 6 May 1888, s/o John Keenan of Ireland: emigrated from Ireland to Salt Meadows, Gateshead, England about 1872: m. 9 Feb 1876 at Felling Shore, Heworth, England, Mary Jane Crilley b. 12 Aug 1857 at Felling Shore, died 16 Sep 1912, first child of Robert Patrick Crilley and Mary Simpson North: they came to NB in 1882 and settled in Saint John: Children:1) John Keenan b. 29 Nov 1876 at Gateshead, England, d. unm. 9 Aug 1911: 2) Margaret Mary Keenan b. 25 Jul 1880, m. Charles Edward Reid born 22 Jul 1877 s/o George W. Reid and Mary Ann Mullin: 3) Michael Francis Keenan b. 18 Sep 1882 in Saint John, d. 1949, m. 16 Sep 1903 in Fairville, Lancaster Parish, Saint John, Mary Agnes Reid born 8 Dec 1883, d. 1974, d/o George W. Reid and Mary Ann Martin: they settled at Fairville and had seven children: 4) James Joseph Keenan b. 5 Nov 1884, d. 29 Jan 1960, m. (1st) 30 Sep 1913 Mary Elizabeth Quigg born 31 Jan 1889 in Saint John, died 18 Feb 1920, d/o James Quigg and Mary Ellen Warren: they had three children: m. (2nd) 28 Jul 1928 at Petersville, Queens County, Catherine Ann MacDonald b. 23 Jun 1896 at Welsford in Petersville Parish, Queens County, died 23 Aug 1992, d/o Duncan Hugh MacDonald and Agnes Margaret Holmden: they settled at Gondola Point, Saint John and had five children: 5) Robert Bernard Keenan born 14 Dec 1886, died unmarried 1915. Source: MC80/2688 Frances McGinn et. al. Every life counted: a record of the families of Mary Ann Mullin, George W. Reed, Mary Jane Crilley, James Keenan and John Perry of Fairville, New Brunswick, pgs. 19, 127, 143, 197: the widow Mary Jane (Crilley) Keenan married (2nd) John Perry. KEENAN: Michael Keenan born 1798 in County Leitrim, Ireland, married Anne - born c1811 in Ireland: first settled in Ontario then came to NB and settled at Johnville, Kent Parish, Carleton County:Only children mentioned:1) William Keenan b. c1827 in Ireland, m. Catherine - b. 1828 in County Kilkenny, Ireland, died 1891: came to NB and settled at Johnville: had at least four children: 2) Michael Keenan b. c1833 in Ontario, m. Catherine - b. 1836 in Ontario, died 1880: settled in Ontario and had three children: came to NB and settled at Johnville, NB: had at least two more children:3) James Keenan b. 1840 in Ontario, d. 1923, married Cecilia - b. 1847 in Ireland, d. 1883: came to NB: settled at Johnville and had at least two children:Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue 50, December 1991: Old Johnville cemetery (Carleton Co.) [Kent Parish], page 41: also see the Carleton County census : Michael Keenan born in Ireland: Michael came to NB: settled in Blackville, Northumberland County: married 1861 Margaret Clark, a native of London, England: Children:1) Florence Keenan: 2) William Keenan: 3) Michael Keenan: 4) Hugh Keenan drowned young: 5) Elizabeth Keenan: 6) Anne Keenan: 7) Rose Keenan: 8) Margaret Keenan: 9) Sarah/Sadie Keenan: 10) Bridget Keenan died at age 23. Source: MC1/Lyons #6, 1 page: Michael came to NB with his siblings, John Keenan and Florence : William Keenan b. c1827 in Ireland, d. 1902, m. Catherine Marr b. 1826 in Ireland, d. 1891: settled in Boston, MA, then moved to Fredericton, NB where their children were born, then they settled in Johnville, Kent Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) John Keenan b. c1854, d. Jun 1932, married 20 Oct 1879 Bridget Crain born c1853, died 1935, d/o Thomas Crain and Margaret O Dea: had three children: 2) Edward Keenan born 1856, died unmarried 1881: 3) Margaret Keenan born 1857, m. 1879 Daniel Hurley: 4) William P. Keenan b. 1860, d. 1877. Source: MC80/1649 William P. Kilfoil The Kilfoils of Carleton County and related : James Kehoe born 1796, died after 1882: came to NB before 1833 and settled on the Indian Point Indian Reserve on North West Miramichi River, in Northumberland County: he married Catherine Cleary: Children:1) Mary Ann Kehoe b. 1829, d. 13 Feb 1866, m. 10 Jan 1847, m. 10 Jan 1847 Jasper Maddock b. c1818, d. 29 Apr 1898, s/o Patrick Maddock and Mary Merigan: settled at Sunny Corner and had eight children: 2) Bridget Kehoe born 8 Sep 1831, d. 9 Sep 1889, married Patrick Maddock born c1824, died 3 May 1874, the brother of Jasper Maddock. Source: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages , John see KELLY, JohnKEILLOR: John Keillor born c1759 at Skelton, Yorkshire, England, died 11 Sep 1839, s/o Thomas Keillor and Mary Thompson: he came to NB in1774: settled at Dorchester, Westmorland County: married c1782 Elizabeth Weldon bp. 5 Nov 1766 at Crathorne, North Yorkshire, England, died 4 Jun 1851, d/o John Welton and Ann Dale: Children:1) Ann Dale Keillor born c1783, d. 12 Sep 1863, married 26 Mar 1805 David Chapman: settled at Dorchester: 2) Mary Keillor b. 1786, d. 9 Aug 1864, m. 1 Aug 1816 John Robb: settled at Dorchester: 3) Elizabeth Keillor born 1789, died 1852 in Burton Parish, NB, married 1812 Nathaniel Gilbert: 4) John Keillor born c1791, died 28 Jun 1850 at Dorchester, m. 10 Feb 1825 Mary Ann Riley: settled in Dorchester Parish and had at least seven children: 5) Margaret Keillor born c1793, d. 1 Jun 1845 at Dorchester, m. 14 Sep 1815 Andrew Read b. c1799: 6) Jane Keillor married 2 Sep 1819 John Dickie: 7) Sarah Keillor b. - , died at Shediac Cape, married 7 Sep 1819 James Long: 8) Thomas Keillor born 26 May 1798, d. 24 Nov 1887, married 29 Jan 1851 Mary Jane Moore born c1820 in Belfast, Ireland, d. 24 Dec 1899: settled in Dorchester Parish. Source: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner s Early families revisited, page 158: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm F20987: see sheets for John Keillor and his : Thomas Keillor Sr. born c1729 at Skelton, Yorkshire, England, d. c1777, s/o John and Ann Keillor: m. 22 Dec 1757 Mary Thompson born c1734 at Yorkshire, England, d. 23 Apr 1811: they came to NB in 1774 and settled near Sackville in Westmorland County: Children:1) Elizabeth Keillor born c1758 at Skelton, d. 22 Apr 1825, m. 1776 William Trueman born 1751, d. 9 Sep 1826: settled at Point de Bute: 2) John Keillor born c1759 at Skelton, died 11 Sep 1839, m. 1782 Elizabeth Weldon born 1766, d. 4 Jun 1851: settled at Dorchester, NB: 3) Thomas Keillor b. c1762 at Skelton, died 11 Feb 1836, married 1788 Mary Trenholm b. 1766 in Yorkshire, d. 23 May 1824, d/o John Trenholm: settled at Amherst Point, NS and had nine children: 4) Robert Keillor bp. 9 May 1763 at Skelton, died 9 May 1820 at Dorchester NB, m. 10 Dec 1792 Anna Weldon b. 1772 in North Yorkshire, d. 2 Feb 1849 at Shediac, Westmorland County, d/o John Weldon and Ann Dale: settled in Westmorland Parish, NB:5) Mary Keillor b. c1767 at Skelton, d. 2 Jan 1768: 6) Ann Keillor born c1770, died 19 Nov 1798, married 1790 Amos Fowler of Westmorland Point, NB: 7) William Keillor b. 1772 at Skelton, d. unmarried 10 Jan 1794: 8) Thompson Keillor b. 1778 in NB, died 9 Mar 1799. Sources: MC1/Keillor, 8 pages: see also MC80/701 Cyrus Black s Historical Record of the posterity of William Black pages 184-185: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pages 128-129: see MC80/1790 Ken Kanner s Early families revisited, pgs. 158-160: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20987: see sheets for Thomas Keillor and his , Duncan See KERR, DuncanKEIRSTEAD: Benjamin Keirstead or Kierstead b. 18 Sep 1763 at Jamaica, Long Island, NY, d. 1825, s/o Samuel Keirstead and Mary Johnson: he came to NB and settled at Keirstead Mountain, Kings County: married 16 Jun 1793 at Gagetown, Queens County, Jemima Bunnell born on 16 Jan 1773 d/o Isaac Bunnell and Jerusha Sherwood: Children:1) Isaac Keirstead b. 1794, died young: 2) John Bunnell Keirstead born 9 Mar 1796, d. 26 Jun 1864, m. 4 May 1818 Ann Holmes born 26 Jun 1799, died 17 Sep 1861: they had thirteen children: 3) David B. Keirstead born 7 Mar 1798, died 1856, married 8 Jun 1823 Sarah Blakeney born 1806, d. 1850: had thirteen children: 4) Thomas Keirstead b. 21 Dec 1799 at Sussex, NB, d. 10 Oct 1857, married 3 Mar 1827 at Sussex, Elizabeth Green born 31 May 1805 at Wickham, NB, died 28 Dec 1891: 5) Bethia Keirstead b. 8 Nov 1801, married 13 May 1822 at Sussex, William Fowlie of New Canaan, Brunswick Parish, Queens County: 6) Lydia Keirstead b. 27 Jan 1804, d. after 1851, married (1st) 16 Feb 1826 at Sussex, NB, David Kelly b. c1796, d. 3 Jun 1836, m. (2nd) after 1851 George Holmes, the widower of Lydia s cousin Mary (Keirstead) Holmes: 7) Gershom Keirstead b. 22 Sep 1805, d. 13 Sep 1878, m. (1st) 15 Feb 1829 Mary/Elizabeth Worden: had two children who d. young: m. (2nd) on 30 Nov 1835 Hannah Matilda Marr born 23 Nov 1819, d. 28 Jun 1860: had several children: m. (3rd) Catherine Mills: had no issue: 8) Justus Keirstead b. 19 Jun 1807, d. 16 Dec 1880, m. 5 Jun 1834 Eliza Ann Rouse b. - , d. 28 Sep 1895: 9) Daniel Keirstead born 14 May 1809, d. 28 Feb 1882, married 21 Oct 1833 Huldah Gray b. 12 May 1809, d. 18 Jan 1889: 10) Leonard Keirstead b. 2 Jan 1811, d. 26 Sep 1882, m. 18 Sep 1841 Mary Jane Moffatt b. 1820, d. c1905: 11) Sarah Keirstead b. 12 Sep 1813, died c1897, married (1st) her first cousin, Abraham Keirstead born 10 May 1815, died c1850, s/o Isaiah Keirstead and Elizabeth Lester: m. (2nd) Thomas Gibbon b. 1812, d. 16 Oct 1870: m. (3rd) Frederick Erb b. 1822, d. 1896: 12) Deborah Keirstead born 13 Dec 1815, m. 4 Apr 1845 Nicholas Gregg of Studholm Parish, Kings County. Sources: MC1/Bunnell #2,4, 50 pages: see also MC1/Kierstead: see also MC80/949 David G. Keirstead s Climbing the family tree: see MC1/Brooks #2, 15 pages: see MC80/1646 Blair E. Bartlett s The descendants of Samuel and May (Johnson) Kierstead, Loyalists: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner s Early families revisited, page 163: see also MC80/2807 David G. Keirstead s A Keirstead History, c100 : Hezekiah Keirstead born on 14 Jun 1765 in NY, s/o Samuel Keirstead and Mary Johnson: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled in Kings County: m. 15 Oct 1794 Margaret Middletown or Middleton: Children:1) Mary Keirstead born c1796, died 17 Nov 1861, m. John Dick born c1799, died Sep 1854: 2) John Keirstead: 3) George Keirstead: 4) Benjamin Keirstead born 1803, d. 22 Aug 1870, married Esther DeLong born 1809, d. 22 Jun 1879: 5) Jesse Keirstead b. 28 Mar 1805, m. Margaret Middletown: 6) Ann or Nancy Keirstead born c1799, m. Daniel H. Brown: 7) James Keirstead: 8) Alexander Keirstead born 7 Apr 1809, died 19 Jan 1903, m. 27 Aug 1830 Elizabeth Black b. 13 Aug 1806: 9) Luke Keirstead: 10) Elisha Keirstead: 11) Henry Keirstead: 12) Noah Keirstead: 13) Wellington Keirstead: 14) Isaiah Keirstead m. (1st) 10 Mar 1834 Mary Sands, m. (2nd) c1841 Lydia Bradshaw. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 146: see also MC80/2807 David G. Keirstead s A Keirstead History, c100 : Isaiah Keirstead b. 18 Nov 1761 in NY, d. 1851, s/o Samuel Keirstead and Mary Johnson: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled in Queens County: m. 18 Jan 1791 Elizabeth Lester b. 27 Feb 1776, died 12 Apr 1866, d/o John and Lois Lester: Children:1) John Keirstead b. 6 Oct 1793, buried 20 Apr 1867, m. 26 May 1814 Mary McLean b. c1798: 2) Mary Keirstead born 15 Feb 1798, died Dec 1845, m. 9 Dec 1819 George Holmes b. - , d. 2 Dec 1851: 3) Samuel Keirstead b. 4 May 1799, d. 6 Sep 1885, married 9 Sep 1826 Anne White b. 6 Dec 1806, d. 3 Aug 1874: 4) Amenzie Keirstead b. 20 Nov 1804, d. before 1854, m. 4 Jun 1829 Alche Morrell born 14 Apr 1803: 5) Gilbert Lester? Keirstead born 27 Jan 1807, d. after 1870, m. 2 Oct 1837 Amelia Nickerson b. - , d. c1875: 6) Isaiah Keirstead born 29 Feb 1808, died c1888, married (1st) 20 Nov 1839 Sarah Taylor: married (2nd) 10 Jun 1858 Sarah Ann (Cronk) Crawford: 7) Jasper Belding Keirstead b. 8 May 1811, d. 3 Feb 1876, m. 13 Apr 1837 Mary Ann Keirstead born 23 Aug 1821, d. 8 May 1886: 8) William Keirstead born 29 Jun 1813, d. 1896, m. 26 Jan 1837 Margaret McLeod born 26 Jan 1816: 9) Abraham Keirstead born 10 May 1815, died before 1850, m. Sarah Ann Keirstead b. 12 Sep 1818: 10) Oliver Coney Keirstead b. 4 Jun 1818, d. 29 Jul 1890, m. 15 Feb 1842 Mary Ann Cole born 1822, d. Dec 1894: 11) James Keirstead b. 30 Apr 1820, m. on 30 Jan 1841 Deborah Ogden. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 146-147: see also MC80/2807 David G. Keirstead s A Keirstead History, c100 : James Keirstead b. 24 Sep 1756 at Jamaica, Long Island, NY, d. 3 Oct 1846, s/o Samuel Keirstead and Mary Johnson, married 5 Jan 1774 Elizabeth Shaw born c1755 or c1760, d. 3 Feb 1845, possibly d/o Timothy Shaw: they settled in Springfield Parish, Kings County: Children:1) Mary Keirstead born 4 Feb 1779: 2) Samuel Keirstead b. 15 Feb 1781, d. 30 Nov 1848, m. 26 Feb 1811 Eunice Shaler born Feb 1780, died after 1851: 3) James Keirstead b. 28 Dec 1782, d. before 1794: 4) Isaiah Keirstead born 1 Apr 1784, died 22 Jul 1844, m. 1804 Lydia Gray of Springfield Parish, born 1786, died 10 May 1863, d/o William Gray and Lavinia Purdy: had ten children:5) Peter Keirstead born 27 Feb 1785, married Lavinia Gray: 6) Elizabeth Keirstead b. 26 Aug 1789, married Joseph Stackhouse: 7) Lydia Keirstead born 1 Mar 1792, died unmarried: 8) James Keirstead Jr. b. 18 Mar 1794, d. 27 Dec 1857, m. 21 Jul 1820 Mary Hicks b. - , d. 18 Apr 1876: settled in Rothesay, Kings County and had issue: 9) Amos Keirstead (twin) born 28 Dec 1795: 10) Amy Keirstead (twin) b. 28 Dec 1795, d. 1887, m. 1 Mar 1813 George Saunders born 1786, d. 1857, s/o John Saunders and Elizabeth Lippincott: had issue: 11) Ann Keirstead b. 1 Apr 1798, d. 19 May 1856, m. 19 Sep 1814 Ephraim Shalor Carpenter b. 1793, d. 8 Apr 1858: 12) Catherine Keirstead b. 20 Jun 1800, d. 1893, married (1st) 16 May 1820 Richard Ryder b. - , died 1825, m. (2nd) 17 Dec 1828 Rev. James Blakeney born c1801, d. c1863. Sources: MC1/Carpenter: see also MC1/Kierstead: see MC1/Saunders #2: see also MC1/MacDonald #1, page 4: the surname also spelled Kierstead: see MC80/543 Mrs. Martin Kierstead s Kierstead family history: see MC80/949 David G. Keirstead s Climbing the family tree: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pages 197 to 198 and 255 to 256: see alsoMC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 147: see also MC80/2807 David G. Keirstead s A Keirstead History, c100 : Luke Keirstead b. 24 Jun 1768 in New York, bur. 16 May 1846, s/o Samuel Keirstead and Mary Johnson: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Kingston Parish, Kings County: m. 16 May 1790 Elizabeth Drew of South Carolina, born 1772, bur. 4 Mar 1848, d/o Joseph and Mary Drew: Children:1) Samuel Keirstead b. in NB, d. in Michigan?: 2) Mary Keirstead b. 6 Mar 1795, died 27 May 1833, m. 24 Jun 1809 John Sherwood b. 2 Jul 1790, died 16 May 1870: 3) Martha Hardy Keirstead b. 6 Mar 1795, d. 23 Jan 1823, m. 25 Jan 1816 William Scribner b. - , d. 1843: 4) Jane Keirstead born 31 Aug 1801, married (1st) 24 Feb 1819 John Scriber b. - , d. 6 Feb 1833: m. (2nd) 25 Nov 1834 George Sharp b. - , d. before 1871: 5) Anne Keirstead b. 1803, married 10 Dec 1820 George Haines born c1800, died Dec 1869: 6) George Keirstead born 1805, d. 17 Jul 1888, m. (1st) 26 Oct 1826 Dorcas Johnson b. - , d. before 1831: m. (2nd) 28 Mar 1831 Marianne Jackson b. - , d. 26 Jan 1832: m. (3rd) 23 Oct 1832 Jane Wright b. 1813, died 3 Feb 1885: 7) Luke Keirstead born 1807, married 25 Feb 1833 Catherine Ewing born 1806, died 17 Jan 1859: 8) Joseph Keirstead b. 29 May 1809, d. 12 Jan 1878, m. 23 May 1836 Mary McGouin born 12 May 1810, died 4 Apr 1890: 9) Eliza Keirstead b. 12 Nov 1811, died 26 Mar 1845, m. 9 Jan 1843 William Martin Scribner born 3 Oct 1816, d. 7 Nov 1886: 10) Emmeline Keirstead born 28 Feb 1814, died 9 Jul 1885, m. 25 Feb 1836 George Reicker born in 1812, died 8 Apr 1903. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Samuel Keirstead b. 16 Feb 1719 at West Precinct, Richmond County, Staten Island, NY, d. 18 Feb 1778, s/o Samuel Keirstead and Lydia Day: m. 16 Feb 1749 at Walpeck, Sussex County, NJ, Mary or May Johnson b. c1724 or c1733 at Jamaica, Long Island, NY, bur. 27 Jan 1818: widow and children came from Long Island, NY to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled in Kingston Parish, Kings County: Children born at Jamaica, NY:1) Samuel Keirstead b. 1 May 1751 or 1 May 1752, may have d. before 1780: 2) John Keirstead b. 17 Jan 1755: 3) James Keirstead born 24 Sep 1756, d. 3 Oct 1846 or 3 Oct 1848, m. 5 Jan 1774 Elizabeth Shaw born 1755, d. 3 Feb 1845: settled at Gondola Point: had eleven children: 4) Catherine Keirstead born 12 Dec 1758, married 6 Apr 1778 John Neeslet or Nesbit: 5) Johnson Keirstead born 16 Feb 1760, d. 7 Nov 1818, m. (1st) 18 Dec 1781 Rachel Foster: m. (2nd) 24 Jan 1793 Fanny Gallant or Gallandell: they had five sons and three daughters: 6) Isaiah Keirstead born 18 Nov 1761, died c1851, m. 18 Jan 1791 Elizabeth Lester born 27 Feb 1776, d. c1866: had ten sons and one daughter: 7) Benjamin Keirstead born 18 Sep 1763, died 1825, married 16 Jun 1790 or 1793 Jemima Bunnell b. c1773, d/o Isaac Bunnell and Jerusha Sherwood: had at least twelve children: 8) Hezekiah Keirstead b. 14 Jun 1765, m. 15 Oct 1794 Margaret Middleton: had twelve sons and two daughters: 9) Luke Keirstead b. 24 Jun 1768, buried 16 May 1846, married 16 May 1790 Elizabeth Drew b. 1772 in SC, bur. 4 Mar 1848, d/o Joseph and Mary Drew: settled in Kingston and had eleven children: 10) Mary Keirstead b. 22 May 1770, d. c 1873, married 10 Nov 1788 Aaron DeLong b. c1757, d. before 1851: 11) David Keirstead b. 24 Sep 1772, may have died in the USA. Sources: MC1/Carpenter: see also MC1/Kierstead which says that six sons settled in the Kierstead Mountain and Keirsteadville area: see also MC80/543 Mrs. Martin Kierstead s Kierstead family history: see also MC80/949 David G. Keirstead s Climbing the family tree: see MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 1783-1983, pages 348-349: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pages 235 to 236, 253 to 254: see also MC80/1646 Blair E. Bartlett s The descendants of Samuel and May (Johnson) Kierstead, Loyalists: see also MC80/2119 Gail B. Pipes Loyalists all: stories about New Brunswick Loyalists and their descendants, pages 67 to 68, and 183: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 140-141, 145: widow Mary Johnson married (2nd) 2 Oct 1780 at Hempstead, Long Island, NY, Charles Gator or Gaiter b. - , died Nov 1797: the surname was also spelled as Kierstead: see also MC80/2807 David G. Keirstead s A Keirstead History, c100 : Daniel Keith born c1761 in City of Dublin, Ireland, died c1829, m. Elizabeth Disbrow b. c1766 in USA, d. 1838, d/o Josiah Disbrow and Sarah Owen: they first settled along the Saint John River, then at Butternut Ridge in Havelock Parish, Kings County: Children:1) George Ezra Keith born 1784 in NB, died 1832, m. c1807 Abigail Clark born c1788, died 27 Nov 1862, d/o Nehemiah Clark and Elizabeth Alward: settled near Havelock, NB and had issue: 2) John Keith born 22 Nov 1786, d. 1 Jun 1878, married 14 Nov 1812 Sarah Alward b. 18 Oct 1794 at New Canaan, NB, died 8 Oct 1868, d/o Benjamin Alward and Hannah Wright: settled at New Canaan and had issue: 3) James Keith b. 8 Nov 1788, d. 15 May 1872, m. 15 Nov 1810 Alida Alcha Price b. 28 Dec 1791, died 29 Apr 1860, d/o George Webb Price and Rachel Ford: settled at Butternut Ridge and had children: 4) Elizabeth Keith born 1790, died Sep 1862, m. Charles Alward b. c1786, died 1844, sister of Sarah: settled at Upper Ridge near Havelock: had children: 5) Samuel Keith born 18 Dec 1793, d. 18 Dec 1867, married (1st) 20 Jul 1819 Mehetable Humphrey b. c1801, d. 5 Mar 1827, d/o William Humphrey and Nancy Peatman of New Canaan: settled at Butternut Ridge and had children: m. (2nd) 25 Nov 1828 Mary Price born 25 Mar 1810 at New Canaan, d. 1889, sister of Alida: 6) Robert Keith b. 28 Aug 1794, d. 1 Feb 1883, m. 4 Jan 1818 Mary Alward born 1796, died in 1884, sister of Sarah: settled at Havelock and had children: 7) Henry Keith b. 1796, d. 1873, m. (1st) 21 Dec 1820 Margaret Humphrey born 1794, died 29 Sep 1871, sister of Mehetable: settled at Lower Ridge near Havelock: had children: m. (2nd) Sarah Mullin b. c1833, died c1870, d/o John Mullin: moved to Washington County, Maine and had children: 8) Daniel Keith b. 1 Feb 1798, d. 28 Feb 1880: settled at New Canaan: m. (1st) 19 Feb 1822 Rachel Alward b. - , d. c1836, d/o Oswell Alward and Jerusha Price: m. (2nd) 25 Nov 1836 Mary Clark born c1816, died after 1880, sister of Abigail: had children: 9) Thomas Keith b. 1800, d. 16 Mar 1866, m. 20 Dec 1821 Mary Keenan or Kinney or Cannon b. c1797 in Ireland: settled at Lower Ridge near Havelock and had issue: 10) Josiah Keith born c1801 in New Canaan, died 1865, married 25 Aug 1824 Elizabeth Ann Clark b. 1807, d. Feb 1884, sister of Abigail: settled at Salem, near Havelock, NB and had children: 11) Charlotte Keith b. 1802, d. 17 May 1885, m. 17 Aug 1822 Charles Louis Alward, brother of Rachel, born c1800, d. 1 Oct 1853: settled at Upper Ridge near Havelock and had children: 12) Merritt Keith born 24 Oct 1805, died 22 Feb 1860, married 13 Nov 1827 Isabel Price born 15 Mar 1806, died 10 Mar 1865, sister of Alida: settled at Springhill near Havelock and had issue: 13) Nehemiah Keith b. 11 Jun 1808, died 26 Feb 1887, m. 2 Nov 1830 Edith Starkey b. 17 Aug 1813 at Codys, NB, d. 7 Sep 1883, d/o Mordecai Starkey and Mary Ackerly: settled at Havelock and had issue: 14) Charles Keith b. 3 Jan 1810, d. 17 Feb 1893, m. 12 Sep 1835 Mehetable Corey born 1818, died 1904, d/o Gardiner Corey and Elizabeth Humphrey: settled at New Canaan and had issue. Sources: MC80/919 M. Frederick Amos et. al. The descendants of Daniel and Elizabeth (Disbrow) Keith: see also MC1/Keith, 5 pages: see MC80/1 Grace Aiton s The story of Sussex and vicinity, pages 52 to 53: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner s Early families revisited, page 162: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 149: see MC80/2656 Ford Alward s A commitment, a life well lived, and a pink peony: in loving memory of George Wilberforce Keith ...and Mary Elizabeth : see also MC3147 Keith family fonds; contains data on a 1937 family reunion and handwritten : James Keith or Leath born in Ireland: he came to NB and settled in Saint John: married Amelia Ferguson born in Scotland: only child mentioned was, Isabella Keith b. 22 Dec 1859 in Saint John, d. 12 Feb 1925, m. Samuel Frederick Dunham born 1842 in Kings County, died 5 Jan 1911, s/o Samuel H. Dunham and Mary Ann London: settled in Saint John and had at least five children. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page , James b. c1755, see under KEEFE, James entryKEITHLAND: Philip Keithland born c1747 prob. in Schuykill River area in Pennsylvania, d. c1820, probably s/o Johann Peter Keithline or Keithland: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled on Long Island, Kennebecasis Bay, Kings County: wife s name is not known:Children are listed in an estimated order:1) Joseph Keithland b. 1772, m. 1803 Asha/Agnes Prince b. c1787, d c1849, d/o John Prince, Loyalist: settled on Long Island and had six children: 2) possibly, Mary Ann Keithland b. c1775, married David Dunham: settled in Saint John: 3) Ann Keithland born c1784, died unm. 24 Aug 1867: 4) Nellie Keithland b. c1786, m. 1802 Thomas Garvie: 5) Catherine Keithland b. 1788, d. unmarried 6 Jan 1855 on Long Island, NB. 6) Jacob Keithland b. c1790, d. 8 Jun 1875, married (1st) 29 Apr 1824 at Saint John, Ann Porter d/o Alexander Porter, a Loyalist: they had two children: m. (2nd) 13 Jul 1828 Sarah Ramsay of Hampton, Kings County, NB, born c1801 in Ireland and came from Belfast, Ireland in 1821: had three children: m. (3rd) in 1851 Catherine Giggy: 7) Elizabeth Keithland b. c1792, married in 1826 John Lindsay: Sources: MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 1783-1983, pages 349-350: see MC80/2119 Gail B. Pipes Loyalists all: stories about New Brunswick Loyalists and their descendants, pages 64 to 66: the descendants spelled the surname as Cathline: ther order of the children differs among sources: see MC80/2474 Colin B. Rayworth s The settlement of Long Island in the Kennebecasis River, Parish of Kingston, County of Kings, Province of New Brunswick 1785-1960, pgs. 16-20, 32-33: see also MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Cathline, file 1, 3 pages; Dunham, Redmore etc, file, 3 pages; Keithland family tree, 83 : Mathias or Matthew Keleher b. 1819 in County Cork, Ireland, died 1894, m. 17 Sep 1848 in Saint John, Margaret Regan b. 1816, died after 1896: came to NB in 1845 and settled in Saint John: Children born in Saint John: 1) Julia Keleher b. 17 Jun 1849 in NB: 2) Patrick Keleher b. 15 Mar 1851, d. 16 Nov 1929 at Montreal, QC, m. 13 Jan 1885 at Saint John, Eliza Goodine born 1864, d. 15 Apr 1931: settled in Saint John and had issue: 3) Michael Keleher b. 7 Apr 1853: 4) Daniel Keleher b. 12 Feb 1856, d. unmarried: 5) Margaret Keleher b. 3 May 1859. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, page 130: also see the Saint John County census records: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Patrick Keleher b. 1788: first settled in Bocabec in Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County: later moved to California: married 8 Sep 1817 at St. Andrews, Charlotte County, Mary Baldwin born 30 Sep 1793 in NB, died 13 Feb 1878 in Eureka, Humboldt County, CA, d/o John and Hannah Baldwin: Children:1) John Keleher born 1818, m. Hannah Devenish: 2) Jane Keleher b. 1825, m. Thomas Eastlake b. 1817: 3) Mary Keleher born 1828, married Robert Gray b. 1819: had four children: 4) Margaret Keleher b. 1831, married Alexander/Oliver Gilmore born 1828: had three children: 5) Hannah Keleher b. 1835, m. (1st) Mr. Barker, (2nd) Robert Henry Miller born 1841: had two children: 6) Laura Marie Keleher born 1847, married Frank A. Weck. Source: MC80/1744 R. George Baldwin s Early Baldwins and others of Charlotte County, NB and elsewhere, pages 28-30, 84, : Bernard Kelly born in Ireland, m. Jane - born 1806 at Fintona, County Tyrone, Ireland, d. 20 Feb 1866: came to NB and settled in Saint John: Only children mentioned:1) William Kelly born 1822 in Fintona, d. 14 Apr 1853, m. 4 Mar 1847 at Saint John, Mary Ann Smith: settled in Saint John: 2) Ellen Kelly b. 1829 in Ireland, d. unm. 17 Jan 1904. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page : David Kelly born 1803 in Queens County, Ireland, d. 1886, married Mary - born 1812 in Queens County, Ireland, died 1894: family came to NB and settled in Sussex Parish, Kings County: only child mentioned was, John Kelly born in 1837, died 1913. Source: MC80/1722 John R. Elliott s Gone but not forgotten, Volume 2: St. Francis Xavier RC Cemetery, Sussex Parish, page : David Longfellow Kelly married Rebecca Hartt b. 14 Jul 1805: the family settled in Fredericton Junction, Gladstone Parish, Sunbury County: Children:1) Phoebe Ann Kelly b. 24 Dec 1824, m. John S. Kelly: 2) Thomas Hartt Kelly born 15 Dec 1826, m. Matilda Ann Bailey: 3) David Longfellow Kelly Jr. born 26 Apr 1828, m. Elizabeth McKelpin: 4) Olive Jane Kelly b. 25 Aug 1830, m. Charles Tracy: 5) Rebecca Sarah Kelly b. 30 Jun 1833, m. John Hartt: 6) Hannah M. Kelly b. 2 Jul 1835, married John Kelly: 7) John Kelly b. 13 May 1839, m. Sarah Ann Parent: 8) Amanda E. Kelly b. 24 Dec 1842, m. John Hartt: 9) Aaron Hartt Kelly b. 21 Apr 1844, d. 15 Feb 1911: 10) William P. Kelly b. 2 Sep 1849, d. 19 Oct 1874. Source: MC1/Kelly #1, 1 page: file contains a copy of a page from the John C. Tracy Book: Fredericton : James Kelly b. c1790 in Ireland, died 2 Aug 1880: he came to NB in 1825 and settled on Little South West Indian Reserve in Northumberland County: m. Bridget - : family moved to Minnesota about 1850: Children:1) Michael Kelly b. c1827: 2) Sarah Kelly b. c1827: 3) Catherine Kelly b. Apr 1829: 4) Mary Kelly b. 26 Feb 1831: 5) James Kelly b. Aug 1833, d. 22 Apr 1873: 6) Thomas Kelly bp. 1835, d. 3 Apr 1881: 7) Elizabeth Kelly born Nov 1836, d. 22 Oct 1851: 8) Bridget Kelly born 1838, died 23 Aug 1854: 9) Ellen Kelly born May 1840. Source: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages : James Kelly b. c1815 Ballagan, Carlingford Parish, County Louth, Ireland, died 3 Dec 1885, m. 17 Mar 1835 at Cooley, Ireland, Bridget Toole born at Boherbui, Muchgrange, Ireland, died 17 Aug 1863: they first settled in Boherbui: they came to NB in 1847 and settled in Lower Cove, Saint John: Children:1) Elizabeth Kelly b. Jul 1837 at Boherbui, d. 17 Oct 1890: 2) John Kelly born c1839 at Boherbui, died 3 Jul 1876, married 26 Jun 1862 Catherine McGivern of Loughgilly Parish in County Armagh, Ireland, d/o James McGivern and Ann/Nancy McPartland: settled in Saint John and had seven children: 3) Michael Kelly born c1841 at Boherbui, d. 3 Nov 1921: 4) Annie Teresa Kelly born c1843 at Boherbui, married 8 Sep 1879 Michael McGuiggan s/o Thomas McGuiggan and Elizabeth Killen: 5) Patrick Kelly b. Jul 1846 at Boherbui, died 11 Oct 1873: 6) Catherine Kelly b. Jan 1849 at Saint John, d. 6 Aug 1861: 7) Peter Kelly born Jun 1851, d. 25 Jun 1872: 8) Rose Kelly b. Nov 1853: 9) Margaret Kelly b. Jun 1856, d. 28 Dec 1865. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy s Together in exile, pages : James Fraser Kelly or Kellie b. c1818 possibly Hebrides, Scotland, d. 29 Oct 1855: came to NB and settled in Saint John: m. Edna C. Prince d/o John Prince: he was survived by wife and four daughters: Children mentioned:1) Hannah Kelly: 2) Euphemia Kelly: 3) Harriet A. Kelly: 4) Edna C. Kelly: 5) Susan H. Kelly: 6) John Alexander Kelly b. c1847, d. 18 Mar 1854. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page : James M. Kelly b. before 1798 Belfast, Ireland, d. 5 Nov 1844 at Newcastle: came to NB about 1839 and settled at Chatham, Northumberland County: his wife s name is not provided: Children:1) William Moore Kelly born 1827 in Moncton, Westmorland County, died 12 Dec 1888 in Montreal, QC, married (1st) 26 Oct 1847 Elizabeth Ann Long b. - , d. 1856, d/o James Long of Cocagne, Kent County, NB: m. (2nd) 2 Aug 1857 Margaret Fraser born Chatham, d/o Alexander Fraser and Katherine Fraser: had six children: 2) Joseph Kelly born in Chatham: 3) Robert Kelly born in Chatham: 4) Miss Kelly m. Robert Orr: 5) Miss Kelly. Source: MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 1 page (see page for William Moore Kelly).KELLY: John Kelly b. 1746 at Norfolk, VA, d. 20 Jan 1827, m. 18 Mar 1773 in NY, Cynthia Brown b. c1754 in Poughkeepsie, NY: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled in Saint John: Children:1) John Kelly b. 22 Jan 1774 in USA, d. 22 May 1774: 2) Mary Kelly b. 26 May 1775 in USA, d. 27 Aug 1776: 3) Mary Kelly born 12 Feb 1778, m. 1798 Linus Seeley born 30 Apr 1774 at Stamford, CT, d. 12 Nov 1852 at Saint John: 4) Stephen Kelly b. 19 Feb 1780 in USA, died 10 Jun 1780: 5) Cynthia Kelly b. 22 Mar 1782 in USA, d. 24 Jan 1867, m. William Cross: 6) John Kelly b. 1 Nov 1784 in NB, d. 8 Nov 1789: 7) Hannah Kelly b. 1 Sep 1786, d. unmarried 1871: 8) William V. Kelly born 25 Jan 1789 in Fredericton, died 4 Mar 1868, m. 6 Jun 1816 at Saint John, Margaret Ketchum born 8 Oct 1795, d. 7 Feb 1868: settled at Cambridge, MA: 9) Rachel Kelly b. 17 Oct 1791, married 12 Oct 1815 at Saint John, Cornelius D. Traphager: 10) John Kelly born 1 May 1796, d. unmarried 1850 at Oxford, MA. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 150: surname also spelled : John Kelly came from North Carolina to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Kingsclear Parish, York County: the name of his wife is not given: only child mentioned was youngest son, Leonard Kelly born 6 Dec 1810 at Kingsclear, d. c1900: settled in Stanley, Stanley Parish, York County about 1834: married in 1835 Jacobina MacKay of Nashwaak, Saint Marys Parish, York County, d/o Duncan MacKay and Mary Sutherland: eleven : MC315 Nashwaak Bicentennial Association fonds, MS17/1 Ella (Kelly) Boulter collection, Vol. 1, 1883-1969, pages 7, : John Kelly born in New Jersey: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Kingsclear Parish, York County: m. Sarah Ann - b. c1797 in NB: Children:1) Henry Kelly b. Apr 1818, d. 28 Feb 1896, m. Hannah - b. c1827 in NB: settled in Kingsclear Parish and had issue: 2) George Kelly born c1821, d. 25 Apr 1886, m. Eunice A. - : 3) John Kelly b. c1825, m. Elizabeth Ann Long: 4) William Kelly married Elizabeth Coe: 5) Charles Kelly m. Sarah Mullins: 6) Elizabeth Kelly: 7) Frances Kelly: 8) Alexander Kelly born c1834, died 7 Jan 1914, married Barbara Long?: 9) Rhoda Kelly married Mr. Howard: 10) James Kelly m. Miss Mazerolle. Source: MC80/1831 Marion F. Lyons The family history of Randy Lyons, page : John Kelly b. c1796 in Ireland, m. 27 Feb 1827 in Bandon, County Cork, Ireland Mary Good born c1800 in Ireland: came to NB in 1848: settled in York County: Children are listed in an estimated order:1) Ann Kelly born c1825, m. Mr. Nicholson: moved to Maine: 2) Jane Kelly b. c1828, m. William Long: 3) Margaret Kelly born c1833, m. John Ladds: 4) Robert Kelly b. c1836, married Maria Walker: 5) Richard Kelly b. c1839, m. Jane Mitchell: 6) Mary Kelly born c1845, m. William Seymour: 7) Jane Kelly b. c1848. Source: MC1/Kelly #1, 5 pages: Mary (Good) Kelly settled near some of her relatives: brother William Good b. c1788 County Cork, Ireland, m. Elizabeth - : her sister Ann Good born c1809, married c1840 Andrew Rice: her sister Margaret Good born c1804, married in Bandon, Ireland 2 Mar 1829 George Seymour: John Kelly may have had a stepsister Margaret Kelly born c1821, m. Thomas Mitchell b. c1811 who came to NB in 1840 with his mother Eliza Mitchell born 1770, and a brother, Richard Mitchell born about : John Kelly b. 1833 in Ireland s/o Michael Kelly and Mary Connell of County Cavan, Ireland and Wickham, Queens County, NB: John married 31 May 1866 Ellen Helena Gallagher b. 1843, died Jan 1920, d/o Michael Giles Gallagher and Bridget McCaffery: settled at Belleisle Creek, Kings County: Children:1) John Alfred Kelly b. Mar 1869, died 3 Oct 1956 Medford, MA: m. Rosella Ryan of Sussex, NB, d/o John Ryan and Bridget Dean: 2) Annie Giles Kelly b. 5 Dec 1871, d. 24 Apr 1938 at Fredericton, m. 1899 at Norton, Kings County, John Carten b. - , d. 21 Feb 1955, s/o James Carten and Catherine Tracey:3) Margaret Helen Kelly b. 6 Sep 1873, died unmarried Jan 1953 at Boston: 4) Clement Michael Kelly b. 27 Oct 1877, d. 29 May 1949 at Saint John, NB, m. 14 Apr 1920 Mary Veronica O Grady, born 20 May 1887 at Saint John, died 31 Dec 1973, d/o John O Grady and Ellen McCarthy: 5) Charles Damian Kelly born 19 Oct 1881, d. 15 Dec 1966 Bangor, Maine, married 26 Sep 1910 Agnes Gertrude Hogan of Houlton, : MC1/Kelly #2, 30 pages: the file contains The Descendants of John Kelly, Belleisle Creek, Kings County, New Brunswick by Richard D. Kelly Jr., 1975: Ellen Gallagher s father Michael Gallagher b. 1799, died 1869: he came to NB in 1817: Mary O Grady s grand-parents were Thomas O Grady and Mary Driscoll, and Jeremiah McCarthy and Margaret O : Lawrence Kelly born 1799 possibly s/o Lawrence Kelly of NB, NS and Ireland: he married Catherine McIntyre: settled in Kent Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) Lawrence Kelly Jr. b. c1831, m. Ann McIntyre: 2) John Kelly b. c1834, m. 2 Aug 1858 Mary Ann Kennedy: 3) Denis Kelly b. c1840: 4) Michael Kelly b. 1842, m. (1st) 1 Aug 1862 Sarah McGinnis, (2nd) 19 Nov 1883 Sarah Landry: 5) Sarah Kelly b. 1846: 6) Agnes Kelly b. 1860. Sources: MC1/Kelly #3, 2 pages: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS15/11 Lawrence Kelly Sr., page 129: Lawrence Sr. ended up in Aroostook, ME by : Michael Kelly born c1787 in County Cavan, Ireland, d. 1875: came to NB in 1829 and settled at Henderson Settlement in Wickham Parish, Queens County: m. Mary Connell or Connolly born c1797 in County Cavan, d. 1869 or 1885: Children:1) Mary Kelly b. 1824 in Ireland: 2) John Kelly b. 1826, d. 1904, married Ellen Helena Gallagher b. in 1843, died 1920, d/o Michael Gallagher and Giles Bridget McCaffrey: settled at Belleisle Creek, Springfield Parish, Kings County and had children: 3) James Kelly b. 1828 in Ireland, m. 28 Jul 1857 Mary McCurdy: 4) Eleanor Kelly born 1832 in NB: 5) Fanny Kelly born 1833: 6) William Kelly born 1835: 7) George Kelly born 1837: 8) Elizabeth Kelly b. 1839. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pgs. 132-133: see the Queens County census: see MC80/2326 John R. Elliott s Gone but not forgotten: cemetery inscriptions of Kings County, New Brunswick, Vol. 4: Cromwell Hill Cemetery, near Stewarton, Springfield Parish, Kings County, page 191: see also MC1/Kelly #2, 30 pages: the file contains copy of The Descendants of John Kelly, Belleisle Creek, Kings County, New Brunswick by Richard D. Kelly Jr., : Michael Kelly b. c1791 in Ireland, d. after 1851: came from County Monahan in Ireland to NB in 1832 and settled in Woodstock Parish, Carleton County: m. (1st) - and had at least three children: m. (2nd) - and had at least three children: Children born in Ireland of first wife:1) John Kelly b. c1823: 2) Owen Kelly b. c1825: 3) Michael Kelly b. c1830: Children born in NB of second wife: 4) Ann M. Kelly b. c1848:5) Catherine F. Kelly b. c1850:6) William Kelly b. : MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 21, No. 3, Fall 1999, Mary Rosevear s Owen Kelly s notes on early history of Woodstock, page 43: also see the Carleton County census : Robert Kelly born 12 Nov 1799 at Netherhardsyde in Channelkirk, Lauter, Berwickshire, Scotland, d. 18 Nov 1893, s/o John Kelly and Margaret Brunton: m. c1823 Janet Remage b. 9 Feb 1801 at Galashiels, Berwickshire d. 27 Dec 1875, d/o Thomas Remage and Isabel Pringle of Chappell, Lauter: came from Hillhouse, Gallashiels to NB in May 1854: first settled on Shepody Road, Alma Parish, Albert County, then at Hammondvale, Hammond Parish, Kings County, then at Roxburgh, Elgin Parish, Albert County where both died: Children born at Lauter, Berwickshire:1) John Kelly b. 24 Jan 1824 at Lauder, d. 26 Jun 1902, m. c1848 at Lauter, Scotland, Mary Hardie b. 15 Aug 1825, d. 16 Mar 1899: settled at Mechanic Settlement, Cardwell Parish, Kings County and had ten children: 2) Thomas Kelly b. 27 Sep 1826, d. 19 Oct 1903, m. c1845 at Lauter, Helen Haliburton b. 20 Sep 1825, d. 27 Feb 1899: settled at Roxburgh, NB and had twelve children: 3) Jessie Kelly b. - , d. 1840 in childbirth, married c1839 in Berwickshire, Mr. Dickinson: had one child adopted by Robert Sr.: 4) Robert Kelly born 2 Feb 1830: went to Australia: 5) James Kelly b. 29 Jan 1832: 6) Margaret Kelly born 28 Feb 1835, m. c1858 John Moore: eight children: 7) Mary Kelly b. 28 Feb 1836, died 3 Jul 1927, m. 14 Apr 1869 in Hammond Parish, Kings County, James Ashe b. - , died 1900: settled near Londonderry, Hammond Parish and had seven children: 8) Pringle Kelly born 3 May 1839, d. Jan 1905, m. 16 Nov 1876 at Mechanic Settlement, Alicia MacNair b. 22 Mar 1850, d. 9 Feb 1931: had five children: 9) Janet Kelly b. c1840 at Galashiels, Berwickshire, d. 1871 at Hammondvale: 10) Elizabeth Kelly born 1844, d. 9 Jul 1882, married c1869 John R. Graves: 11) Isabel Kelly born 16 Dec 1847, died 5 Feb 1912, m. 23 Oct 1875 Samuel Edgett born 1844, died 1924: had five children. Sources: MC80/1909 John R. Elliott s Gone but not forgotten, Volume 3: Old Shepody Road Presbyterian Cemetery, Kings County, pages 293-294: see also MC80/2527 Jane T. McCormack et. al. The Kellys in Berwickshire, Scotland and Alma, New Brunswick: see MC2966 Norman Dixon fonds, Kelly family, file : Terrence Kelly born c1788 in Ireland: he came to NB about 1823 and settled on the Indian Point Reserve on the North West Miramichi River in Northumberland County: name of wife is not given: only child mentioned in Bridget Kelly born 1825, d. after 1866: probably m. 1858 at Red Bank, NB, David Burke: went to Stillwater, : MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, page : William Kelly came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and first settled at Upper Settlement, Sussex Parish, Kings County, then at Millstream, Studholm Parish: name of his wife is not provided: only child mentioned was, William Kelly b. c1796, m. 1827 Hannah : MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau s New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 : William Kelly born c1791 at Coothill, County Wexford, Ireland: came to NB in 1827 and settled at Miramichi, Northumberland County: he married Mary Royalle b. c1816: Children:1) James W. Kelly b. c1843, d. 1904, m. Mary J. Murdock: 2) Catherine Kelly born c1846, married John Bohan: 3) Bridget Kelly born c1847: 4) William J. Kelly b. c1848, d. 1934, m. Ellen Murdock: 5) Bernard Kelly born c1849, d. 1926, m. Mary Campbell: 6) Annie Kelly born c1855, died 1928, m. c1871 George Loggie: 7) John Kelly b. c1856, d. 1947, m. Ellen Fitzgerald. Source: MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 1 : William Kelly born Aug 1794 in Conway, NH, died 15 Mar 1874 in Calais, ME: came to NB and settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: moved to Calais, ME by 1826: they had twelve children: Children connected with NB: 1) Amanda Jane Kelly b. 19 Dec 1822 St. Stephen, d. 11 Feb 1886 in Calais: 2) Frances Maria Kelly b. 3 Aug 1824 in Calais, d. 5 Apr 1889 in Calais, m. 27 Oct 1846 in St. Stephen, Jacob B. Hall b. c1820, probably d. before 1860: 4) Charles Loring Kelly b. 12 Mar 1828 in Calais, d. 6 Oct 1903, m. 23 Nov 1862 in St. Stephen, Victoria A. Frost b. 23 Feb 1838 in St. Stephen, died 18 Dec 1900, d/o Oliver R. Frost and Elizabeth Hill: settled in Calais: 8) Stephen Brown Kelly b. 11 Jun 1835 in Calais, d. 25 Sep 1918, m. 12 Jun 1861 in St. Stephen, Lavinia Hill of St. Stephen, born c1844, d. 21 Jan 1906: 9) Ann Elizabeth Kelly b. 9 Sep 1837 in Calais, d. Mar 1926, m. 14 Sep 1865 William Todd Jr. of St. Stephen b. c1836, d. 1918: 10) Mary Plummer Kelly born 19 Aug 1839 in Calais, died 29 Jul 1901 in St. Stephen, married 31 Oct 1861 in St. Stephen, Lucius Stillman Spring born 10 Sep 1836 s/o Ephraim and Hannah Spring. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks Calais Maine families, pages : William V. Kelly s/o John Kelly and Cynthia Brown of Carleton, Saint John, NB, married 6 Jun 1816 Margaret Ketchum d/o John Ketchum: family probably settled in Saint John:Children:1) Susanna Maria Kelly b. 6 Mar 1817, m. Richard Dalton: 2) William Harry Kelly b. 21 Feb 1819, d. 1852 unm. in Boston: 3) Margaret Augusta Kelly b. 23 Jul 1820, m. James Brokenshire: 4) John Edward Courcy Kelly born 2 Oct 1822, m. Sarah Hull: 5) James Munger Kelly b. 6 Dec 1824, m. Adelia Honeywood Springer: 6) Rachel Ann Kelly born 6 Mar 1827, married John O. Given: 7) Adino Paddock Kelly born 30 Mar 1830, m. Abby Stinson: 8) Cynthia Brown Kelly b. 19 Sep 1832, m. Samuel K. Girdler: 9) George Bradford Kelly b. 8 Aug 1835, m. Ellen Augusta Smith: 10) Eliza Jane Kelly born 20 Jan 1838, m. Albert K. Hebard: 11) Julia Kelly b. 20 Apr 1840, d. 4 Aug 1840. Source: MC1/Ketchum #2, 3 : Isaac Stearns Kelsey b. 17 Sep 1821 at Portland, ME, d. c1851 in California, s/o Elias Kelsey and Emeline M. Crafts: settled in Calais, ME by 1831: came to NB by 1844 and briefly settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County where he married 14 Aug 1844 Caroline A. Bugbee b. c1824 in St. Stephen, died after 1871: Children:1) Emeline Mowbry Kelsey b. 25 May 1845 in Calais, d. 28 Feb 1847 Calais: 2) Anna Caroline Kelsey born 2 Dec 1846 in Calais, d. after 1871, m. 6 May 1867 in Calais, William Augustus Granger b. 10 Oct 1839 Calais, d. 6 May 1871: 3) Sarah Caroline Kelsey born c1849 in St. Stephen, NB, m. 20 Feb 1865 in Calais, Charles T. Estabrook: settled in Calais. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks Calais Maine families, page 88: the widow Caroline (Bugbee) Kelsey married (2nd) 3 Aug 1871 in Calais, Charles Perley of Woodstock, Carleton County, : Archibald Kelso born 1779 at Sannax, Isle of Arran, Scotland, died at Black Point, NB, m. in Sannax, Mary McMillan b. 1785 on Isle of Arran, d. at Black Point: the family came to NB in 1829: first settled at Nash Creek then at Black Point in Durham Parish, Restigouche County: Children: 1) Catherine Kelso born 1818 at Sannax, died 1890, m. 7 Jul 1841 Alexander McNair and had two children: 2) Elizabeth Ann Kelso born 1820 in Sannax, m. 10 Oct 1841 John McKay: 3) John Kelso b. 1822 in Sannax, d. 1880 at Black Point, NB, m. 21 Apr 1859 Nancy Henderson born 1837 Charlo, NB, died 1889 at Black Point: had seven children: 4) Margaret Kelso born 1825 in Sannax, died 24 Apr 1893 at Black Point, m. 7 Apr 1857 John Stewart born 1839 on Isle of Arran: they had six children: 5) Jane Kelso born 1835 at Black Point, NB, m. 5 Nov 1857 William Dickie born 1835 at Sea Side, Restigouche County, d. Jul 1893, s/o John and Ellinor Dickie: had eight children. Sources: MC80/10 George H. Cook s Memorial to the Arran Clearances, page 18: see also MC1/Dryden, 7 : Robert Keltie born in Scotland, d. May 1877: came to NB in 1816 and settled in Saint John. Source: MC80/467 David R. Jack s History of Saint Andrew s Church, Saint John, NB, pages : Joseph Kenah (Capt.) b. Castlemartyr, Cove of Cork, Queenstown or Cobh, Ireland, d. 1830 in Ireland, s/o William Kenah and Jane Harrison: came to NB and served in military: married 15 Aug 1815 at Kingsclear, York County above Fredericton, Mary Boone Allen born 8 Jan 1786 at Kingsclear, d. 8 Apr 1863 at Saint John, d/o Isaac Allen: the family settled in Fredericton until about 1822 then moved to Cobh, Ireland: following Joseph s death his widow and children returned to New Brunswick:Children:1) Sarah Jane Kenah bp. 25 May 1816 in Fredericton, died unm. in Ireland: 2) Henry Boyle Kenah baptized 13 Jul 1818, in Fredericton, died unmarried: 3) William Kenah bp. 19 Dec 1819 in Fredericton, d. unmarried 25 Jan 1846 at Saint John: 4) George Allen Kenah bp. 27 Sep 1820 in Fredericton:5) John Sherbrooke Kenah b. in Ireland, d. unmarried: 6) Emma Carleton Kenah b. in Ireland, d. as an infant: 7) Emma Carleton Kenah b. in Ireland, married William Jack, s/o David W. Jack: settled in Saint John 8) John Allen Kenah b. in Ireland, d. unmarried: 9) Charlotte Allen Kenah b. in Ireland, m. Samuel Akerley: two : MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS15/3, pages : John Kendall b. 1784 in USA, d. 1859: came to NB in 1820 and settled in Fredericton, York County: married 6 Aug 1817 Sarah Segee born in 1791, d. 31 Jul 1851: Children:1) William Henry Kendall born 1818: 2) Frances Kendall born 1818: 3) Henry Kendall m. Frances - and had issue. Source: MC80/ 2334 Isabel L. Hill s The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. III, pages : Thomas Kendrick born c1749, d. 1821 on Campobello Island, NB: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and was granted land at Beaver Harbour in Pennfield Parish, Charlotte County. Source: MC80/1720 Theodore C. Holmes Loyalists to Canada: the 1783 settlement of Quakers and others at Passamaquoddy, page : Allen or Alexander Kennedy born c1790 in NB, died Jan 1871: settled in Saint Stephen Parish, Charlotte County: married Margaret - born 1800 in Scotland, died 12 Mar 1865: Children:1) William Kennedy b. 14 Mar 1823 in NB: 2) Lucy Kennedy born 6 Oct 1826, died 20 Aug 1915: 3) Mary F. Kennedy born about 1830: 4) Alice Kennedy b. c1833. Sources: MC80/2089 Charlotte County Branch: St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, page 39: also see the Charlotte County census : Isaac Kennedy born 1762 Portglenone, County Antrim, Ireland, died 22 Oct 1835: came to NB and settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: may have married and had children who settled in St. Andrews and are listed in the 1851 census. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis Volume VI, No. 1, January, 1906, Epitaphs: Presbyterian Graveyard, St. Andrews, page : James Kennedy b. at Covent Garden, London, England: came to America during the American Revolution and served in the military: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and eventually settled in Westfield, Kings County: m. at Westfield, Elizabeth Belmain b. 27 May 1750 in Londonderry, Ireland:Only children mentioned:1) John Kennedy b. 27 Jun 1788 at Westfield, NB: served in New Brunswick Fencibles: m. 1810 at Kingston, Kings County, Mary Trott: they had twelve children: eventually settled in Carleton County:2) James Kennedy: served in New Brunswick Fencibles: 3) Anne Kennedy: 4) Joseph : MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS15/9, page 121, and MS15/11 pages : James Kennedy born Mar 1835 at Ayrshire, Scotland, d. 26 Jan 1913, s/o George Kennedy and Mary Gray: he came to NB in 1857 and first settled in Moncton, Westmorland County, then moved to Saint John in 1861: m. 1860 Isabella Loughead: Children:1) Mary Gray Kennedy married Rev. MacNeill: settled in Saint John: 2) William Ramsay Kennedy: 3) James Kerr Kennedy b. - , died at age 28 in Idaho: 4) Isabel Margaret Kennedy died at age two: 5) David Alexander Kennedy: settled in Saint John: 6) George Kerr Kennedy: settled in Saint John: 7) Robert J. Kennedy died at age 6 months. Sources: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 173-174: see MC80/467 David R. Jack s History of Saint Andrew s Church, Saint John, NB, pages : John Kennedy (Capt.) born at Covent Garden, London, England of Scottish parents, married a woman born in Dublin, Ireland: they came to NB and settled in or near Saint John: Only children mentioned:1) John Blaine Kennedy b. 27 Jun 1788 in NB, m. 25 Feb 1811 Mary Trott or Troth b. 2 Apr 1790 in Nova Scotia of Dutch descent: settled in Saint John and had three children before leaving the province:2) Joseph Kennedy. Source: RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Kennedy family: Captain John Kennedy, microfilm F11085, 3 : John Kennedy b. 1839 Ireland: came to NB: settled at Clones in Petersville Parish, Queens County: m. Letitia - : Children:1) Mary Ann Kennedy born 7 May 1869: 2) William John Kennedy b. 3 Feb 1872: 3) Alfred Kennedy b. 14 Oct 1876, died 22 Apr 1901, m. Mary E. Kennedy: had no issue: 4) Margaret Kennedy b. 1879: 5) Eliza Kennedy born 19 Jul 1882: 6) Ella May Kennedy born 28 Feb 1888, died unmarried 6 Aug 1912. Source: MC80/2165 Daryll Kennedy s The descendants of Thomas Kennedy: John Kennedy s brothers also settled in NB; Thomas Kennedy b. c1820, m. Esther - : settled at Clones; James Kennedy m. Bridget Kennedy and settled on the Douglas Valley Road in Petersville Parish, Queens : Joseph Kennedy b. County Derry, Ireland: came to NB in 1842 and settled at Whites Cove, Cambridge Parish, Queens County: married Mary Christie: Children:1) James Kennedy m. Mary McLean: 2) Andrew Kennedy m. Sarah Branscombe: 3) William Kennedy married Mary Ann Gale: 4) Joseph Kennedy: 5) Matilda J. Kennedy: 6) Mary A. Kennedy: 7) Margaret E. Kennedy: 8) Julia M. Kennedy. Source: MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, page : Thomas Kennedy b. 1796 in Ireland, m. Miss Hayes who d. before 1851: they came from Queelyhead near Coleraine, Ireland to NB in 1841 and first settled in Dumfries Parish, York County, then in Richmond Parish, Carleton County:Children:1) James Kennedy b. c1826 in Ireland, d. c1907, m. Miss Miller and had three children: 2) David Kennedy b. c1828 in Ireland, d. c1898: married: had five children: 3) Jane Kennedy b. c1830 in Ireland, d. c1900, m. Robert Henderson: settled near Debec Junction in Richmond Parish, Carleton County: had four children: 4) Thomas Kennedy b. c1831 in Ireland, d. c1901, m. Miss Freeman: settled in McKenzie Corner and had had eight children: 5) Samuel Kennedy b. c1833 in Ireland, d. c1915, m. Louise McKenzie b. 6 Apr 1830 d/o William McKenzie and Marie McIntyre of McKenzie Corner: had seven children: 6) John Kennedy b. c1840 in Ireland, d. c1922, married Jane Spears of Oak Mountain, Richmond Parish: had seven children: 7) Richard Kennedy born c1842 in NB, m. Janet Duff and had six children: 8) Susannah Kennedy b. c1846 in NB, m. William Grey of Richmond, NB: had no issue. Source: MC2070 McKenzie (Kennedy) family history collection, 5 : Thomas Kennedy b. 20 Mar 1813 at Belfast, Ireland, d. bef. 1891, s/o John Kennedy and Sarah Jane Donaldson: m. in Ireland, Eliza Reid born 1818 at Londonderry, Ireland, d/o George Reid and Elizabeth Buchanan: to NB: settled at Greenfield, Wicklow Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) James Kennedy b. 1836 in Londonderry, Ireland, d. after 1901: m. Susan Pelkey b. 1848 at Woodstock, Carleton County, died after 1901, d/o Francis Pelkey and Margaret Jane Nixon: they first settled at Clearview, Wicklow Parish and had ten children, then went to Dover Hill, Andover Parish, Victoria County by 1903: 2) George Kennedy b. 1838 in Londonderry, Ireland, died 1925 at Bairdsville, Andover Parish, Victoria County: he married 30 Nov 1863 in Wicklow Parish, Margaret Mahaffey b. 12 May 1845 in NB, d. 1925 at Bairdsville, d/o James and Elizabeth Mahaffey: settled at Bairdsville and had six children: 3) Eliza Jane Kennedy born 1839 in Londonderry: m. (1st) 3 Aug 1861 James Pomphey born c1834 in NB, died 1880, s/o Thomas Pomphey and Elizabeth Welch: settled at Clearview, NB: had nine children: married (2nd) 30 Jun 1890 Thomas Green a widower, b. c1819 at Wicklow, NB, s/o John and Catherine Green: settled in Summerfield, Wicklow Parish: no issue: 4) John Kennedy b. 20 Aug 1844 in Londonderry, Ireland, d. 30 Sep 1912 at River de Chute, Wicklow Parish: m. Mary Jane Annie Hatheway b. 4 Dec 1845 in NB, died 28 Jul 1885 at River de Chute, Wicklow Parish, s/o Herman and Elizabeth Hatheway: had six children:5) Sarah Ann Kennedy born 1846 in Londonderry, Ireland, married William Carmichael b. 1831, d. 1914: 6) Thomas Kennedy b. 12 Aug 1849 in Londonderry, Ireland, m. 1872 Ann Jane Blake born 17 Aug 1850 d/o William and Phoebe Blake: settled at Bairdsville, NB and had nine children:7) Alexander Kennedy born 15 May 1851 in Londonderry, Ireland, d. 8 Apr 1927 at Easton, ME: m. Elizabeth Buckingham b. 10 Dec 1850 d/o Hezekiah Buckingham and Susan Pomphrey: they had seven children: family moved to Easton, ME in 1904: 8) Mary Jane Kennedy b. 1854 in NB, d. unmarried 9 Jun 1910 at Middle Greenfield, NB: 9) William Kennedy born 1856 in NB, died after 1883: settled in Michigan: 10) Adelaide Margery Kennedy b. 1861 in NB, d. 22 Mar 1916 at Mars Hill, ME, m. George W. : MC80/2799 Wanda A. Rodney s Thomas Kennedy and Eliza Reid family, 189 pages: widower William Carmichael m. (2nd) Catherine : Thomas Kennedy born 1820 in Ireland, died 11 Jun 1888: came from County Fermanagh, Ireland to NB before 1841: settled on Quinn Road in Clones, Petersville Parish, Queens County: m. Esther - b. 1823 in Ireland, died before 1909: Children born in Clones:1) Thomas Kennedy b. 1843, d. 9 Jan 1909, married Eliza - b. - , d. 22 Feb 1925: settled at Petersville, NB: 2) William Kennedy born 12 Mar 1847, d. 18 Sep 1894, married Esther - : 3) Augustus Kennedy b. 9 Mar 1848, m. Elizabeth C. Petley: two children: 4) Claudius Kennedy b. 26 Apr 1854, married Matilda Appleby: settled at Millville in Southampton Parish, York County: had eight children: 5) Robert Hazen Kennedy born 24 Jul 1857, d. 5 Feb 1886, m. 3 Nov 1880 Gagetown, NB, as her second husband, Mary Elizabeth Mallory b. - , d. 17 Jun 1919, d/o Curtis and Jane Elizabeth Mallory of Clones: settled at Clones and had three children:6) Margaret Kennedy. Source: MC80/2165 Daryll Kennedy s The descendants of Thomas Kennedy: Thomas Kennedy s brothers also settled in NB; John Kennedy born c1839, m. Letitia - and settled at Clones; James Kennedy m. Bridget Kennedy and settled on the Douglas Valley Road Petersville Parish: Mary Elizabeth Mallory married (1st) John James Arthur Kerr b. - , d. c1878: had four children: she married (3rd) Hugh Wilson: one child: see also MC80/2779 Connie Denby et. al. Along Hibernia roads: faded memories, pages : Thomas Jacques Kennedy born on 26 Mar 1788 at St. Louis de Kamouraska, Quebec, died on 24 Jul 1856, s/o Thomas Jacques Kennedy and Marie Euphrosine Bouchard: m. on 12 Jul 1813 at St. Louis de Kamouraska, Catherine Amyot or Amiot born 16 Feb 1792, died 29 May 1851, d/o Jean-Baptiste Amyot and Madeleine Pr vost: they came to NB and settled in St. Fran ois, Madawaska County: Children:1) Thomas Kennedy b. 25 Feb 1816 at St. Andr de Kamouraska, QC, d. 14 Aug 1888, m. 17 Oct 1843 at Rivi re-du-Loup, QC, Nathalie Michaud born c1823 in Quebec, d. 15 Feb 1864, d/o Jean-Baptiste Michaud and Anastasie Viel: settled in St. Fran ois, NB and had ten children: 2) Marie Herence Kennedy born c1816, d. 1897, m. 7 Jan 1839 at St-Basile, Madawaska County, Ephrem Boutot s/o Pierre Jean Baptiste Boutot and Marie Charlotte Thibodeau: they had one child: 3) Marie Kennedy b. 7 Aug 1817: 4) Honor Kennedy b. 7 Oct 1818: 5) Sara Kennedy b. c1819, d. before 1891, m. (1st) 16 Apr 1844 at Ste. Luce, Frenchville, Maine, Fran ois Grondin born 16 Aug 1815, d. before 1851, s/o Abraham Grondin and Constance Boutot: settled in St. Fran ois and had six children: m. (2nd) 28 Mar 1867 Notre-Dame-du-Lac, QC, Simon Nadeau b. 22 Feb 1810 St. Basile, NB, died 26 May 1902 at Lac Baker, s/o B noni Nadeau and Elisabeth Leclerc: 6) Alexandre Kennedy b. c1824 at St. Louis de Kamouraska, QC, died before 1891, m. 23 Nov 1852 at Frenchville, ME, Marie C lina Nadeau b. 30 May 1830 d/o Jean-D sire Nadeau and Marie-Genevi ve Michaud: settled in St. Fran ois and had fourteen children: 7) Edouard Kennedy. Source: MC80/2373 Norma K Plourde Kennedy s Kennedy descendants: Thomas Kennedy & Euphrosine Bouchard. KENNEDY: Timothy Kennedy b. - , died after 1849: came to NB by 1839 and settled in North Esk Parish in Northumberland Country: m. Mary Tobin: Children:1) Mary Kennedy b. c1831: 2) Joanna Kennedy born c1832: 3) James Kennedy b. c1833: 4) John Kennedy born c1834: 5) Catherine Kennedy b. Aug 1842: 6) Julia Kennedy born 12 Mar 1844: 7) Michael Kennedy b. Mar 1846: 8) Daniel Kennedy b. Feb 1849. Source: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, page : William Kennedy born 27 Jul 1753 at Georgetown, Maryland, d. 1837 at Aurora, ON, s/o of Hugh Kennedy and Sarah Reddish: came to NB 1783 as a Loyalist: m. Mrs. Jerusha (Judd) Hatch, d/o Reuben Judd of Saint John, NB, and widow of William Hatch: first settled on Nashwaak River in York County but moved to Ontario by 1803: Children:1) Reuben Judd Kennedy: 2) Daniel Shaw Kennedy b. 2 Jul 1794 in NB: 3) John Reddish Kennedy: 4) William Kennedy b. 8 Jun 1797 in NB, d. 20 Feb 1860 at Aurora, ON, m. in Ontario, Evalina Haines b. 8 Jun 1805: had issue: 5) Sarah Kennedy: 6) Betsy Kennedy: 7) Lydia Kennedy. Sources: MC1/Kennedy, 5 pages: see also MC315 Nashwaak Bicentennial Association fonds, MS13/10 Kennedy 1673-1982, 4 : William Kennedy born c1763 probably in NY, d. 5 May 1814, possibly s/o John Kennedy: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled in Saint John: m. c1788 in Saint John, Mary Barker b. c1769 probably in New York, died 11 Oct 1836, d/o Thomas Barker and Mary Major: Children born in Saint John:1) Mary Kennedy b. c1789, d. 21 Apr 1814, m. 4 May 1809 in Saint John, Joseph Scribner: 2) Charlotte Kennedy born c1790, died 26 Jan 1880, married (1st) 19 Jan 1809 in Saint John, John Woodworth, m. (2nd) 1 Sep 1834 John Owens: 3) Sarah Isabella Kennedy born c1792, died 12 May 1877 in Saint John: 4) Charles Kennedy b. 1794, d. 24 Mar 1822 in Saint John: 5) Martha Kennedy born c1799, died 17 Jun 1878, m. 6 Sep 1821 at Saint John William Gray: 6) William Kennedy b. c1800: 7) Harriet Kennedy born c1803, died 24 Apr 1880, m. 7 Mar 1822 William Walker Emslie b. 1794 Aberdeenshire, Scotland, d. 19 Jun 1878 Saint John: 8) Margaret Kennedy b. c1804, died May 1898 at Saint John, m. 8 Jun 1828 Stephen Howard: 9) Elizabeth Kennedy b. 29 Feb 1808, died 9 Nov 1878, m. 15 Sep 1831 in Saint John, Richard Lawrence. Sources: MC1/Gray #3, 1 page: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages : William Kennedy b. 1812 in Ireland of Scottish ancestry: came to the USA in 1826 and settled in Boston, MA, m. 1832 Mary A. Swords born 1815, d. 1888, d/o Edward and Isabella Swords of Boston: they came to NB in 1847 and settled in Saint John: Children:1) Edward J. Kennedy born 3 Jun 1834 in Boston, MA, m. 1868 Margaret Austin d/o Henry Austin and Susan Wright of Saint John: three children: 2) Susan Kennedy married Stephen Case: 3) William L. Kennedy died at age 22: 4) Freeland Kennedy (Dr.) died at age 30 in Saint John, m. Miss Bennett d/o Rev. James Bennett of Saint John: had one child. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages : Andrew Kenney born 1816 in Barrington, NS, d. 1878, s/o Isaac Kenney and Lydia Covell: came to NB in 1845 and settled in Saint John: m. Margaretta Smith b. 1820, d. 17 Sep 1893: Children:1) Mary Elinor Kenney m. Thomas Vickery: 2) Andrew Freeman Kenney: he resided in Saint John: 3) Frances Jane Kenney m. Charles Hugh Hanaford: 4) Eliza Alice Kenney m. William Smith of Saint John: 5) Lydia Ann Kenney m. Barnaby of Bridgetown, NS: 6) Margaretta Alberta Kenney married Israel of Boston, MA: 7) Edmund Doane Kenney: 8) Ernest Alfred Kenney: 9) Edith Kate Kenney m. Beattie of Boston, MA: 10) Frank Lincoln Kenney b. 4 Jul 1864, married 11 Feb 1895 Edith Peters d/o Dr. Martin H. Peters. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages : John Kenney b. c1783, died 1 Apr 1854: settled in Saint John: m. 9 Jan 1804 in Saint John, Sarah Nutting b. c1784, d. 25 Oct 1852, d/o Joseph and Mary Nutting of Scotland and Saint John: Survived by following children:1) Mary Ann Kenney m. 19 Oct 1832 in Saint John, William Bond b. 1802, died 6 Feb 1859: settled in Saint John and had at least three children: 2) Susanna Jane Kenney married 21 Dec 1839 in Saint John, Christopher Brown b. 1814, d. 28 Nov 1849: settled in Saint John and had two children: 3) Eliza Kenney married Charles Robinson: 4) Sarah Harriet Kenney m. Samuel Fanjoy: 5) Lydia Kenney married William Sharp: 6) Thomas Kenney: 7) William Wesley Kenney. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, pg 22, 27, : Michael Kenney born 1817 in Wexford, Ireland: came to NB in 1845 and settled at Bathurst, Gloucester County: m. Ann Hughes b. 1817 in Ireland: Children:1) John Kenney born 1843 in Ireland: 2) Michael Kenney born 1845 in NB: 3) Thomas Francis Kenney born 25 Mar 1847 at Bathurst, died 29 Jul 1929 at Portland, ME, m. (1st) 29 Sep 1873 Helen Pritchard, d/o Ralph Pritchard of New Richmond, Quebec: first settled at Dalhousie, Restigouche County, then at Andover, Victoria County in 1879: they had two sons and three daughters: m. (2nd) 9 Sep 1884 Margaret Gallagher d/o Mr. Gallagher of Woodstock, NB: had three sons and four daughters. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: Thomas Francis Kenney, 1 page: see also MC80/407 The Canadian biographical dictionary, pages 667-668: also see the Gloucester County census : Prince William Kenney born 1830 in NS, s/o Prince Kenney and Didamia Spinney of Argyle, NS, married Lucy Jane - b. 1827 in NS: came to NB in 1861 and settled in Knowlesville, Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) Roland H. Kenney b. 1855 in NS, m Jane Phillips: settled in Knowlesville and had nine children: 2) Alden James Kenney b. 1856 in NS, d. 24 May 1873: 3) Isaac F. Kenney b. 1857 in NS, married Sarah Risteen of Fredericton: 4) Helen Kenney b. 1859 in NS: 5) Robert Kenney born 1860 in NS: 6) Norman Kenney born 1866 in NB: 7) William Kenney born 1868 in NB. Source: MC80/1275 Judson M. Corey s The story of Knowlesville, pgs. 17-18 and appendix: Prince Kenney Sr. born 1807 at Barrington, NS, died 8 Jul 1886 at Woodstock, NB: Prince William Kenney s sister Susannah Kenney married Joseph Whitehouse and also settled in : Israel Kenny or Kinney b. 23 Oct 1739 at Sutton, Worcester, MA, or 6 Jan 1745 at Middleton, MA, d. 24 Dec 1791, the seventh child of Daniel Kenny and Elizabeth Stockwell, or s/o Israel Kinney and Rebecca Perkins: m. 9 Jun 1763 at Topsfield, MA, Susannah Hood b. 27 Oct 1745 at Topsfield, MA, d/o Nathaniel Hood and Abigail Potter, or Nathaniel Hood and Joanna Dwinnell: came to NB 1767 and first settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County, then moved to Oromocto, Burton Parish, Sunbury County about 1777: Children:1) Deborah Kenny born 30 Jan 1764, d. 13 Apr 1850/1852, m. 20 May 1782 Benen Foster born 14 Nov 1760, d. 13 Oct 1839: settled in Wakefield Parish, Carleton County and had issue: 2) Sarah Kenny b. 1767, m. Richard Kimball: settled Oromocto: had issue: 3) Stephen Kenny b. 3 May 1771, died 3 May 1837, m. 18 Sep 1791 Merab Ives d/o David Ives: settled at Greenfield, Carleton County: twelve children: 4) Israel Kenny Jr. b. 1772, m. 6 Mar 1793 at Fredericton, Abigail Cram b. 1777 in Boston, MA, d. 17 Jun 1861: settled at Oromocto: had five children: Abigail m. (2nd) Mr. Dewitt, m. (3rd) David Parsons: moved to Ontario: 5) Nathaniel Kenny b. 1773, m. 18 Jul 1794 Elizabeth Mills born in Boston, MA but came to NB 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Oromocto: had ten children: 6) Susannah Kenny born c1777 at Maugerville, d. 1816, married 6 Jul 1793 Elisha Shaw s/o John Shaw and Mary Burrell: they had thirteen children: 7) John Kenny b. 1778 at Oromocto, died 17 Feb 1856, married 9 Mar 1806 Phoebe Tompkins born 1786 in Canterbury Parish, York County, d. 19 Apr 1856: settled at Greenfield, NB and had twelve children: 8) Elizabeth Kenny b. Oct 1780, d. 13 Apr 1864, m. 26 Feb 1798 Charles E. Boyer of Victoria, NB, b. 1768, died 4 Feb 1861: they settled in Victoria, NB: 9) Eunice Kenny b. 19 Apr 1782, d. 1859, married 1797 at Maugerville, Rev. Nathaniel Churchill born on 22 Nov 1773 Yarmouth, NS, died in 1850, s/o Nathaniel Churchill and Betsy Mills: settled in Wakefield, NB: had issue: 10) Elijah Kenny b. c1783, d. unmarried at age 26: 11) Asa Kenny born Mar 1785, d. 22 Jul 1856, m. 19 Aug 1808 Elizabeth Tompkins b. 1792, d. 8 Dec 1842, youngest d/o Edmund Tompkins: they settled in Brighton Parish, Carleton County and had eight children: 12) Mary Kenny b. 25 Oct 1788, m. 1 Feb 1816 James F. Sipprell s/o Rev Ezekiel Sipprell or of his brither, William Sipprell and Sarah Foster: they first settled in Wakefield Parish, then moved to Ontario: 13) Abigail Kenny born 19 May 1789, died 8 Mar 1885, married 10 Jun 1807 Henry A. Shaw born 28 Nov 1784 at Oromocto, died 15 Dec 1865, s/o John Shaw and Mary Burrell, and the youngest brother of Elisha Shaw: settled at Lower Wakefield and had eleven children: 14) Andrew Kenny b. 1792 at Topsfield, MA while his mother was visiting: d. 7 Jan 1869, m. 22 Feb 1815 Martha Webb of Oromocto born 1800, d. 25 Jun 1839: settled at Greenfield and had ten children. Sources: MC1/Kenny, 30 pages: there are differences in the birth order of the children: the Kenny surname was also spelled as Kinney, Kennie, Kenney etc.: see MC1/Sipprell: see MC80/542 Edwin W. Bell s Israel Kenny, his children and their families which claims that Israel was born in Belfast, Ireland: widow Susannah (Hood) Kenny m. her widowed brother-in-law Alexander Tapley: see also MC80/587 Leatha Sisson s Our family tree, Vol. 1, pages 109 to 115, Vol. II, pages 116, 119 to 122: see also MC80/741 George Hayward s Kenny-Kenney-Kinney genealogical notes: see MC80/1706 Mabel Hinckley s The Keney, Kenney, Kinney family a monograph: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 157-158: see MC80/2590 Grace M. Spencer s My family: MacMillan, pages 143-167: see MC80/2637 Carol and Fuller s A Sutherland-Stephenson family history in New England, New Brunswick, Wisconsin and Minnesota. KENNY: Michael Kenny b. - , d. after 1842: came to NB and first settled in South Esk Parish, then after 1842 at Newcastle in Northumberland County: m. 6 Aug 1827 Mary Ward: Children:1) Margaret Kenny b. Jul 1828: 2) Daniel Kenny b. 21 Jun 1830: 3) John Kenny b. 27 Apr 1832: 4) Bridget Kenny baptized 1833: 5) Michael Kenny born Apr 1835, died 11 Nov 1861: he settled at Newcastle: 6) Sarah Kenny born c1840. Source: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages : Stephen Kenny born 3 May 1771 at Oromocto, NB, d. 3 May 1837, s/o Israel Kenny and Susannah Hood: married 18 Sep 1791 Merab Ives b. - , died 23 May 1843, d/o David Ives and Eunice Gillett: family first settled in Oromocto, then at Greenfield, Wicklow Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) Isreal Kenny born 1794 in Oromocto, died 6 Jul 1884, m. Elizabeth Foster d/o Benen Foster and Deborah Kenny: to Houlton, ME: 2) Stephen Kenny Jr. m. Sarah Adams: 3) Daniel Kenny married 30 Jul 1822 Elizabeth Churchill: 4) John Shepherd Kenny born 1802, died 15 Sep 1872, m. 3 Dec 1835 Sarah Crabb born c1821, died 1887, d/o Richard Crabb: settled in Greenfield, NB: 5) Josiah Kenny married Marinda Winship: 6) James Kenny b. c1821 m. Ann Crabb: 7) Elijah Kenny d. unm.: 8) Ruth Ann Kenny b. c1814, d. after 1860, married James Edward Whitney b. 21 Mar 1812, d. 12 Sep 1881, s/o Samuel Whitney and Sarah Young: settled in Greenfield: 9) Esther Kenny married William Johnston: 10) Abigail Kenny married 18 Sep 1824 at Oromocto, Nathaniel Belyea. Sources: MC1/Kenny, 30 pages: see also MC1/Ives: there are differences in the birth order of the children: surname is also spelled Kinney, Kennie, Kenney etc.: Merab (Ives) Kenny was sister of Mrs. Jared Tozer: see also MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, page : Alexander Kent born c1750 at Alloa, Clack (Tay Valley) in Scotland, died 1794 St. Lucia, West Indies, m. 12 Apr 1779 at Coventry, Warwickshire, England, Hannah Swinburne born 27 Apr 1755 at Bickenhill, Warwick, d/o John and Mary Swinburne: came to NB in 1785: Children:1) James Kent born 1785 aboard ship in Dublin Bay: 2) Samuel Kent born in NB: 3) Alexander Kent b. 1791 in NB: 4) Elizabeth Kent b. in NB: 5) Jessie Kent b. in NB. Source: MC80/1716 Dolores Grant s Kent of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia: following Alexander Sr. s death his brother James Kent came to NB and took the family to Truro, NS: the widow Hannah (Swinburne) Kent m. (2nd) 1797 at Truro, NS, Stephen Gourley and settled at Lower Stewiacke, : John Kent b. c1811 in Ireland, d. before 1881, m. Mary - b. c1811 Scotland, died before 1891: first settled on PEI, then came to NB in the 1850 s: they settled at New Ireland in Alma Parish, Albert County: Children:1) Theresa Kent born c1840 on PEI, m. c1872 Dennis Daley of New Ireland, NB, s/o Philip Daley and Mary Olsten: 2) Catherine Kent born c1842 on PEI, m. c1861 James Duffy s/o Bernard and Margaret Duffy of New Ireland: 3) John Kent born c1845 on PEI, d. 5 Aug 1900, married 9 Oct 1878 Eleanor O Connor b. - , d. 2 Feb 1936, d/o John O Connor and Eleanor Doherty of New Ireland: settled at Kerry, NB and had ten children. Sources: MC1/Howard #2, 24 pages: see also MC80/2014 Heather Long s Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages : Joseph Kent Jr. born 1832 in Cornwall, England, d. 1912 at Bathurst, NB, s/o Joseph Kent Sr.: he came to NB and settled at Tetagouche in Bathurst Parish, Gloucester County: married Hannah Branch born 1838, d. 1915, d/o William Branch and Mary Catherine Sinclair: Children born at Tetagouche:1) (Dutch) Kent b. Dec 1861, died 12 Sep 1943 at Bathurst, married (1st) Christine Dutch born 11 Dec 1868, died 1907 at Bathurst: had seven children: married (2nd) Alma Johnson: m. (3rd) Elizabeth - : m. (4th) Mildred Lyons: settled in Bathurst: 2) Hugh Martin Kent b. 1863, d. 3 Feb 1955 at Bathurst, m. Elizabeth Dutch born 1865 at New Mills, NB, died 1935 in Bathurst: 3) Samuel Sinclair Kent b. 1867, d. 1898. Source: MC80/2060 Angus E. Branch s The Branch family tree. KENT: Robert Kent born 14 Feb 1824 in Norfolk County, England, d. 1 Aug 1906: first went to : came to NB about 1845: settled at East Coldstream, Brighton Parish, Carleton County: m. 18 Jul 1851 Mary Jane Brown born 25 Mar 1834 at Nashwaak, NB, d. 11 May 1910, d/o Samuel and Statira Brown of Saint Marys Parish: Children:1) Harriet Kent born 26 Mar 1852, d. 24 May 1920, m. (1st) Daniel Hatfield and had two children: mariied (2nd) John W. Irving b. - , died 1939: settled at Coldstream and had eight children: 2) Benjamin Kent born 15 Apr 1855, d. 28 Mar 1935, m. Helen M. Brodrick born 1854, d. 1929: had four children: 3) Ludlow Kent b. 20 Jan 1858, died unmarried 24 Mar 1878: 4) Charlotte Kent born 9 May 1862, d. 6 Sep 1906, married William Ryder: settled in Caribou, Maine: 5) Ella Kent b. 16 Jan 1868, d. May 1956, married Dr. Demore W. Ross born 21 Jun 1863, d. 24 Dec 1928: eventually settled at Fredericton in York County: had five children. Source: MC80/1442 Fred S. Kent s The Robert Kent family: also see the York and Carleton census : Stephen Kent b. c1748, d. 12 Sep 1828 at Saint John, s/o David Kent and Rachel Bloomfield of Woodbridge, NJ: married 1768 Mary Carman of Middlesex County, NJ: they came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled on the Kennebecasis River in Kings County. Source: MC1/Kent, 1 page: Stephen had a sister, Zeruiah Kent born 23 Jan 1768 at Woodbridge, NJ who also came to NB: she married 1 May 1793 Capt. William Melick born 1753, a Loyalist: see also Jack s Loyalist families of New Brunswick on microfilm F355, Vol II, page : Patrick Keoughan b. 1798 in Ireland: m. Mary - b. 1801 in Ireland: they came to NB in 1836: settled in Chatham Parish, Northumberland County: Children:1) James Keoughan born 1825 in Ireland: 2) Aurora Keoughan born 1828 in Ireland: 3) Martin Keoughan born 1833 in Ireland: 4) John Keoughan born 1838 in NB: 5) Patrick Keoughan b. 1840 in NB, married Margaret Kearney d/o Patrick Kearney and Margaret Flanigan: had children: 6) Michael Keoughan b. 1843 in NB. Source: MC80/Finley, page 2, which lists descendants of Patrick and Margaret Keoughan: also see the Northumberland County : William Henry Kepple born 1811, died 1 Sep 1844: he came to NB with the 36th Regt and settled in Fredericton, York County: he m. Isabella Carmichael born 1813, died 20 Apr 1846, d/o Humphrey Henry Carmichael and Isabella Cooke Hailes: Children mentioned:1) Margaretta Shore Kepple b. 1840, m. William Dunbell: 2) Isabella A. Kepple. Source: MC80/644 Isabel L. Hill s The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. II, pages 191-192. KERN: John Michael Kern (Rev.) b. in Germany: came to America in 1763 and settled in Wallkill, NY: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled at Lake Otnabog or Grimross Neck, Queens : MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau s New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 : Daniel Kerr b. 1791 in Scotland, married 9 Apr 1816 Ann Sinclare b. 1792: family came from Kilbride Bennan, Arran, Scotland to NB in 1827 and settled in Dalhousie, Restigouche County: Children born in Kilbride Bennan, Scotland:1) Mary Kerr b. 1816: 2) Alexander Kerr b. 1818, d. 1890 in NB: 3) Ann Kerr born 1820: 4) John Kerr born 1822: 5) Donald Kerr b. 1824: 6) Mary Kerr born c1827. Source: MC80/10 George H. Cook s Memorial to the Arran Clearances, p : David Shanks Kerr born c1810, youngest s/o Colonel Kerr of Nova Scotia: m. Elizabeth Briscoe born 1810 in England, eldest d/o Briscoe of St. Andrews, NB: she came to NB in 1820: family first settled at Fredericton in York County, then moved to Saint John: Children mentioned:1) Charles J. Kerr b. 1845: 2) John Kerr born 1847. Sources: MC80/145 Louise Hill s Fredericton, New Brunswick, British North America, page 340-341: also see the York County census : Duncan Kerr or Keir b. 1788 in Scotland, d. 12 Aug 1867: came to NB and settled in Upham Parish, Kings County: m. 12 Feb 1845 in Saint John, Jane Doherty b. c1828 in NB:Children born in Upham Parish:1) John Kerr: 2) Hiram Duncan Kerr born 14 Nov 1848, d. 5 Nov 1926 in Vancouver, BC, m. 13 Sep 1873 at Salisbury, Westmorland County, Rachel O Blenis born 16 Apr 1848, died on 12 May 1934, d/o George Taylor O Blenis and Charlotte Rosanna Lewis: had eight children: first settled in Salisbury, then moved to Vancouver, BC in 1911:3) David Henry Kerr b. c1849:4) Agnes Kerr b. c1852: 5) Mary Jane Kerr b. c1854:6) Ruth Kerr b. c1856:7) Elizabeth Kerr b. : MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Kerr/Keir family, 2 : Gavin Kerr born in Scotland, m. Jane - : came to NB and settled at Pokeshaw, New Bandon Parish, Gloucester County: only child mentioned was, Thomas Kerr b. 13 Jun 1813 at Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland: m. (1st) 2 Aug 1835 at Pokeshaw, Helen Young b. - , died 8 Nov 1847, d/o John Young and Blanche Little: had six children: married (2nd) c1848 Mary Blackhall d/o James Blackhall and Mary Synett of Caraquet, NB: had ten : MC80/1100 Fid le Th riault s Les familles de Caraquet, page 264. KERR: George Kerr b. Apr 1782 in County Tyrone, Ireland, d. 26 Jan 1881, married Isabelle McKinley b. 1795 in County Tyrone, d. 23 Sep 1859: they came to NB about 1826 and settled at Tryon Settlement in Dumbarton Parish, Charlotte County: Children born at Tryon Settlement:1) Ann Kerr b. 9 Jul 1823 possibly in Belfast, Ireland, d. 21 Sep 1908, m. 19 Sep 1841 Thomas Douglas Walton b. 13 May 1817 in Saint Andrews Parish, Charlotte County: had at least four children: moved to Rosendale Township, Fond du Lac County, WI,2) James Kerr born c1824 in Ireland, d. c1878: moved out west, possibly to Wisconsin: 3) Eliza Kerr b. Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone, bp. 19 Apr 1825, prob. d. as infant:4) Elizabeth Kerr b. 27 Apr 1826 at Cullinbrawn near Ballygawley, d. 5 Apr 1913, m. (1st) 6 Nov 1848 at St. Andrews John Craig: had one son: m. (2nd) 1 Jul 1852 at Dumbarton, Thomas Worrell b. 1828 in England, d. 19 Apr 1893: settled in Dumbarton Parish and had twelve children: 5) William Kerr b. c1828, m. 16 Jun 1852 Jane Roulston of Saint Patrick Parish: had one daughter: 6) John Kerr b. 18 Jul 1830, d. 9 Oct 1907, m. 27 Feb 1856 Elizabeth Augusta Basey Frye or Fryer: they settled in Milltown, NB and had at least three children: 7) George Edward Kerr b. 25 Oct 1833, d. 14 Feb 1921, m. Mary Elizabeth Saunders b. 4 Feb 1836 in NB, d. 15 Mar 1893 in NB, d/o Robert Saunders and Jane Tremble: they settled in Dumbarton Parish and had thirteen children: 8) Joseph Kerr born 1836, died 11 Nov 1878 in Nevada, m. c1876 at Cherry Creek Town, White Pine County, Nevada, Kathline Calder: had one daughter: 9) Mary Jane Kerr b. 1838, m. William McLaughlin born 1829: had eleven children. Source: MC1/Kerr #2, 9 pages: see also MC2857 Don Dixon fonds, Kerr family history, 50 : George Kerr b. 4 Mar 1805 in Kirkbean Parish, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, d. 4 Feb 1872 in Alken, SC or Aiken, BC: came to NB in 1816 and settled in Chatham Parish, Northumberland County: m. (1st) 1834 Eliza Agnes Abrams born c1807, m. (2nd) 1850 Agnes Swayne b. c1809 Dysart, Scotland, d. 25 Jan 1898 in Edinburgh, Scotland: she came to NB in 1849: Children born in NB of first wife: 1) Sarah Kerr b. c1835: 2) Isabella Kerr b. 1837: 3) George Kerr b. 1839, d. c1857: 4) Eliza Kerr b. 1845: Child of second wife:5) Elizabeth C. Kerr b. 1851. Sources: MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 1 page: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #55, Spring 1993: Cemetery inscriptions: St. John s Presbyterian/St. Luke s Methodist cemetery, Chatham, NB, page 16: also see the Northumberland County census returns. KERR: James Kerr b. 1810 Kirkbean Parish, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, d. 18 Jan 1879, s/o William M. Kerr and Isabella Little: he came to NB by 1816 and settled at Napan, Glenelg Parish, Northumberland County: married 1837 Elspeth Burnett Johnstone b. 13 Apr 1816, d. 12 Jan 1858, d/o David and Janet Johnstone: Children mentioned:1) Janet Kerr b. c1838: 2) William Kerr b. 21 May 1840, d. 1 Oct 1909, m. (1st) 14 Jul 1864 Jane Loggie d/o William Loggie and Margaret Morrison of Lower Newcastle, NB, m. (2nd) 1885 Mary Jane MacLachlan of Halifax, NS: 3) George Kerr born c1845: 4) Jane Kerr b. c1849: 5) Mary Kerr b. c1851: 6) Elspeth B. Kerr b. c1833 married William S. Loggie. Sources: MC80/2184 Hamilton s Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: Elspeth Burnett Johnstone had brothers James B. Johnstone and Thomas George Johnstone: see also MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 1 page: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/176, 2 : James Kerr b. 1812 in Ireland, d. 26 Oct 1900: came to NB in 1828: settled first in Saint John then in Petersville Parish, Queens County: m. (1st) 1 Mar 1845 Eliza Woods, m. (2nd) Martha Coes: Children of first wife:1) Elizabeth Kerr b. 10 Mar 1847, died 1905, m. 14 Jan 1876 John Wilson: 2) Joseph Anthony Kerr born 26 Apr 1849, d. 1 Mar 1853: 3) Annie Kerr b 3 Jul 1851, d. Jul 1912, m. 8 May 1877 Moses O. McKenzie: 4) Joseph Samuel Kerr b. 31 Aug 1853, d. 27 May 1856: 5) John/Jack Anthony Kerr born 16 Jun 1856, d. 23 Mar 1927, m. Ida Coes: 6) James Kerr born 16 Aug 1858: 7) Rebecca Jane/Jenny Kerr b. 15 Jan 1861, d. Oct 1918, m. Milton Galley: 8) Adam T. Kerr born 4 May 1863, d. 5 Mar 1865: 9) Adam Thomas Kerr born 3 Jul 1865, married 22 Aug 1894 Emily Isabella Stewart Pender b. 7 Jan 1869, died in Ontario. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : John Kerr b. c1788 possibly at Parrsboro, NS, died 16 Mar 1861, s/o Capt. James Kerr: came to NB and settled at Saint John: m. 19 May 1812 in Saint John, Hannah (Ferguson) Menzies b. c1785 possibly in Ireland, d. 26 Apr 1853, d/o John and Ann Ferguson of Ireland and Saint John and widow of Robert Menzies who she married 2 May 1800 in Saint John. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page : John Kerr born County Antrim, Ireland: came to NB: first settled in St. Andrews, then at Bocabec, Charlotte County: married Mary Stewart: had seven children: only one mentioned was Robert Kerr born 1817 in Ireland, d. 1890: settled in St. Andrews: married Mary Jane Herbison who came to NB in 1858 from Ireland, d/o John and Mary Herbison: they had four : MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, page : John Kerr born in Ireland: came to NB and settled at Summer Hill, Petersville Parish, Queens County: the name of his wife is not provided: only child mentioned was, Joseph Kerr born 1821, married Susan Galey and had eleven children:Source: MC80/2773 Richard Corbett s Summer Hill, Dunn s Corner: gone but not forgotten, pages : John Kerr b. c1837 on Isle of Annan, Scotland, d. 11 May 1877: he came to NB and settled at or near New Mills in Colborne Parish, Restigouche County: married Janet McKenzie b. c1839, d. 12 May 1923: Children mentioned:1) Infant Kerr b. - , d. 24 May 1868: 2) Infant Kerr b. - , died 21 Jan 1870: 3) John Kerr b. c1872, d. 5 Aug 1918: 4) Catherine Kerr born 1873, d. 1935: 5) Hugh Kerr b. 1876, d. 26 May 1878. Source: MC80/2541 Florence Gray-Godin et. al. Gravestone inscriptions Zion United Cemetery of New Mills, Restigouche County, New Brunswick, pg. : Robert Kerr born c1817 in Scotland probable s/o William and Mary Kerr: he came to NB in 1826 and settled at St. Andrews in Charlotte County: married Mary A. - b. c1819 in USA: came to NB in 1820: Children mentioned:1) Robert Kerr b. 1841, d. 18 Jan 1843: 2) John Kerr b. 1844: 3) Hannah L. Kerr born 1845, d. 26 Dec 1853: 4) Jean W. Kerr b. 1848: 5) Anne Kerr b. 1849, d. 3 Feb 1851. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis: Vol III, No. 4, Oct 1903, Old Burial Ground, St. Andrews, page 291: William and Mary Kerr came to NB in 1821 and are listed in the Charlotte County census as living next door to Robert s : Samuel Kerr b. c1780 at Moniaive, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, d. 16 Jan 1873: came to NB and settled in Saint John: m. Helen Fulton b. c1772, died 7 Aug 1854: only child mentioned was Isabella Kerr b. Feb 1808, d. Sep 1860, m. George : MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #25, September 1985: Cedar Hill cemetery, West Saint John, page 46. KERR: Samuel Kerr born 10 Jan 1843 at Cornwallis, NS s/o Matthew Kerr and Eunice Ells: he came to NB in 1869: settled in Saint John: married Sarah Blenkhorn of Canning, NS, b. - , d. 1881 d/o James Blenkhorn: Children:1) Eunice Kerr m. McLeod of Saint John: 2) Sidney L. Kerr: 3) Eva Kerr married Milligan of Saint John: 4) Arthur Kerr: lived in Saint John. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages : William M. Kerr born 1777 in Scotland, died 13 May 1844, married in Scotland Isabella Little born 1784, died 2 Feb 1825: this family came from Kirkbean Parish, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland to NB 1816: settled in Chatham, Northumberland County: Children are listed in an estimated order:1) Mary Kerr b. 1800, d. 1823, m. Mr. Scott b. 1795, d. 21 Jan 1858:2) Christina Kerr b. 1802, d. 1822:3) Thomas Kerr died in childhood:3) George Kerr b. 4 Mar 1805 Kirkbean Parish, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland, d. 4 Feb 1872 in South Carolina: m. (1st) 22 May 1834 Eliza Ann Abrams d/o William Abrams and Sarah Triglohan: they had five children: m. (2nd) 18 Apr 1850 Agnes Swayne b. 1809, d. 25 Jan 1888 in Edinburgh, Scotland d/o D. Swayne of Dysart, Scotland: settled in Chatham:3) Jessie Kerr died in childhood:4) James Kerr b. 1810, d. 1879, m. Elspeth Burnett Johnstone:5) Isabella Kerr b. 1814, m. Samuel McKnight. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: George Kerr, 1 page: see also MC80/2184 Hamilton s Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/176, 2 : David Keswick b. in Scotland, married in Scotland, Madlin or Madeline Jardine b. 3 Mar 1788 Dumfriesshire, Scotland d/o John Jardine and Margaret Cowan: they came to NB and settled at Bass River in Weldford Parish, Kent County: Children:1) John Keswick b. c1807 in Scotland, d. 29 Jan 1881, m. Margaret Barton b. c1817 in Scotland, d. 2 Apr 1882: settled at Buctouche, Wellington Parish, Kent County and had at least nine children: 2) David Keswick: settled at Bass River: 3) Thomas Keswick m. Miss Johnston and had seven children: 4) Margaret Keswick: 5) Madeline Keswick. Sources: MC80/2552 Donald E. Jardine s Jardines of Atlantic Canada, Vol. I, pgs. 14, 18: also see the Kent County census returns: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS1A: on microfilm reel F20981; see sheet for John : William Keswick born 1780 in Scotland, d. 1855, married Ann Morrison: came to NB: settled at Bass River, Weldford Parish, Kent County:Children:1) Mary Catherine Keswick b. 1843, d. 1921, m. William H. Pine and had one child: 2) Margaret Keswick b. 1845:3) Ezra Keswick b. 1848, d. 18 Mar 1911:4) William Thomas Keswick b. 1852, d. : MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 22, No. 3, Fall 2000, Mary Keswick-MacLaren s Keswick family, page 50: the widow Ann (Morrison) Keswick m. (2nd) c1857 Ezra Barnes b. 1816, d. 1889 and had two : Charles Ketchum born 1770 at Norwalk, CT, died 4 Mar 1854, s/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: he first settled in Kings County then at Woodstock, Carleton County: married 22 Sep 1809 at Kingston, Kings County, Elizabeth Dibblee b. - , d. c1836, eldest child of Rev. Frederick Dibblee: Children:1) Anna Maria Ketchum born 1812 in Kings County, died unm. 1835: 2) Charles Frederick Ketchum born 1815 in Kings County, d. unm. 1835: 3) John Dibblee Ketchum born 1816, d. unm. 1883 in NB: 4) William Quintard Ketchum born 1818, d. 1901, m. Elizabeth Head d/o Dr. John Head: settled in Fredericton, York County and had five children: Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pgs 151-152: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Ketchum family, microfilm F11085, 4 : Isaac Ketchum b. c1752, d. 15 Feb 1835, s/o Samuel Ketchum and Sarah Hurlburt: to NB about 1800 and settled at or near Portage Vale in Cardwell Parish, Kings County: he married Mary Elizabeth Ketchum born 8 May 1761, d. 20 May 1827, d/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: Children: 1) Frances Ketchum born 1784, d. 30 May 1861, married c1810 James Hoyt born c1784, d. 11 Jan 1841: 2) Jesse Ketchum died at sea: 3) Peter Ketchum b. 14 Sep 1787, d. unmarried 20 Nov 1862: 4) Mary/Polly Ketchum b. 1789, d. Apr 1871, m. James Ketchum b. 1766, died 1 Mar 1853: 5) Deborah Ketchum b. 1790, died 15 Jan 1831, m. Elias Snider b. 1783, died 11 Sep 1856: 6) Sarah Ketchum b. 1792, d. unm. 22 Dec 1867: 7) Samuel Ketchum b. 6 Sep 1795, d. unm. Jul 1884: 8) Hannah Ketchum born 1797, d. 29 Feb 1860, m. 10 May 1838 Humphrey Hayward born 1808, d. 13 Sep 1854: 8) Elizabeth/Betsey Ketchum b. 1799, d. 19 Dec 1883, m. 5 Jan 1821 John Lamb b. 1798, d. 4 Dec 1875: 9) Harriet Ketchum b. 1806, d. unmarried 1888: 10) Catherine Ketchum born 1806, d. 29 Mar 1849, married 8 Jan 1835 John G. Tobin born 6 Dec 1810, d. 29 Mar 1895. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Isaac Ketchum born 1756 at Norwalk, CT, d. 11 Mar 1820, s/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: m. (1st) 4 Apr 1783 at Stamford, CT, Mary Williams, m. (2nd) Elizabeth/Betsey (English) Crawford b. - , d. 17 Mar 1821: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled in Hampton Parish then moved to Norton Parish, Kings County: Children:1) John William Ketchum b. 23 Mar 1788 in NB, d. 14 Aug 1854, m. 24 Nov 1834 Sophia Lockwood b. 1798, d. 1879: 2) Edwin Ketchum b. Sep 1806 at Hampton, Kings County, d. 1851 at Saint John, m. Margarite Leavitt b. - , died 1881: 3) Clarissa Ketchum b. - , m. 24 Dec 1822 Samuel B. Hoyt: 4) Mary Ann Ketchum b. - , m. 29 Jul 1822 at Saint John, Thomas Leavitt: 5) Jane Ketchum b. - , m. 14 Sep 1829 Moses Perley b. - , d. 17 Aug 1862: 6) Susanna Maria Ketchum b. - , married 21 Dec 1840 Robert S. Matthew: 7) Isaac Ketchum b. 1820, d. 4 Mar 1899 at Boston, MA, m. Eunice Farley: 8) Infant Ketchum. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages : James Ketchum born at Norwalk, CT, died c1791 Woodstock, NB, m. Sarah Burr b. at Fairfield, CT, d. c1792: came from Fairfield, CT to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: eventually settled at Woodstock, Carleton County: Children mentioned:1) Richard Ketchum b. c1773, d. 10 Nov 1845, m. 1795 Charlotte Upham: 2) Ralph Ketchum m. Christiana Griffith: 3) Elizabeth Ketchum married 20 Jan 1793 Ralph : MC1/Ketchum, 8 pages: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau s New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 : James Ketchum born 1766 at Norwalk, CT, died 1 Mar 1853, s/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled in Norton Parish, Kings County: married Elizabeth - : Children mentioned:1) James Ketchum: 2) Isaac Ketchum: 3) Jane Ketchum: 4) Eliza Jane Ketchum: 5) Robert Ketchum: 6) Peter Ketchum: 7) Charles Ketchum. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Jonathan Ketchum b. 1722/23 in England, d. 21 May 1811, s/o Joseph Ketchum and Elizabeth Raymond: came to America and first settled in Hartford, CT, then Norwalk, CT: married 1746 Hannah Quintard b. 28 Jun 1724, d. 29 May 1811, d/o Isaac Quintard and Hannah Knapp: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled at Lower Norton (Yankee Shore) in Kings County: Children born in Connecticut:1) Samuel Ketchum born 1748, died 17 Feb 1830, m. 1767 Elizabeth Sears of Connecticut: 2) Deborah Ketchum born 1754, d. 10 Dec 1799, married in USA, Thomas Fairweather born 1749, d. 23 Jun 1825: 3) Isaac Ketchum b. 26 Oct 1756, d. 16 Mar 1820, m. (1st) Mary Williams: had four children: (2nd) Elizabeth/Betsey (Hoyt) Crawford b. 17 Aug 1767, d. 17 Mar 1821: had four children: settled in Hampton, Kings County: 4) Mary Elizabeth? Ketchum b. 8 May 1761, d. 20 May 1827, m. Capt. Isaac Ketchum born c1752, d. 15 Feb 1835: 5) William Ketchum born 1762, died 17 Oct 1844, m. Ann/Nancy Forrester b. - , d. 25 Jan 1817, d/o Major Forrester of Connecticut: settled in Norton, NB and had seven children: 6) Thomas Ketchum born 1763, d. 13 Jan 1850, m. Phebe Crawford b. 1791, died 17 Oct 1850: settled at Belleisle, Kings County, NB: 7) James Ketchum b. 1766, d. 1 Mar 1853, m. Mary/Polly Ketchum b. 1789, d. 6 Apr 1871: settled at Norton, NB and had four children:8) Charles Ketchum born 1770, d. 14 Mar 1854, married 22 Sep 1809 Mary Elizabeth Dibblee b. 1774, died 23 Sep 1836: settled at Woodstock, Carleton County and had a son. Sources: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 80, 358: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pgs. 153-154: see also MC2961 Hilda Margaret Shaw fonds, Thomas Hilyard family, 6 pages which says Isaac Ketchum married widow Mrs. Elizabeth (English) : Richard Ketchum b. c1773 at Norwalk, CT, d. 10 Nov 1845, s/o James Ketchum and Sarah Burr: he came to NB 1783 as a Loyalist and settled at Woodstock, Carleton County: m. 1795 at Woodstock, NB, Charlotte Upham b. 7 Sep 1772 at Brookfield, MA, died 12 Jan 1857, eldest d/o Jabez Upham and Bethia Cutler of Woodstock, NB: Children:1) James Ketchum b. 14 Nov 1796, d. 7 Jan 1863, married 21 Sep 1826 Mary E. Griffith d/o Benjamin Peck Griffith: had two sons and four daughters: 2) Mary Ann Ketchum b. 13 Jan 1798, d. 18 May 1839, married 9 Apr 1820 Henry G. Clopper b. 1795, d. 4 Nov 1838: 3) George Edward Ketchum bp 7 Jun 1801, died Nov 1861, m. 10 Mar 1825 Mary Ann Phillips only d/o Capt. Thomas Phillips of Woodstock, NB: had two sons: 4) Elizabeth Dibblee Ketchum born 10 Apr 1803, m. 22 Dec 1825 George Dibblee: 5) Sarah Burr Ketchum born 18 Apr 1806, d. 16 Nov 1866, m. 30 Oct 1830 Charles D. Wetmore: 6) Ralph Ketchum born 5 Mar 1808, d. 10 Jan 1863, m. 15 Jul 1848, Judith Caroline Bull: 7) Richard Randolph Ketchum bp. 6 Sep 1812, died 7 Nov 1857, m. 24 Dec 1846 Sarah Harvey: 8) Frances Bethia Ketchum m. 5 Feb 1835 Ambrose Sherman Carman: 9) Charlotte Ketchum bp 1 Aug 1816, died c1844, married Dibblee. Sources: MC1/Ketchum #1, 8 pgs: see also MC1156 Graves Papers: Richard Ketchum, 1 page: see also MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 248-249: see also MC80/2334 Isabel L. Hill s The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. III, pages 48-51: see also MC2580 Botsford family fonds, Botsford genealogy, pages : Samuel Ketchum b. 1748 at Norwalk, CT, d. 19 Feb 1830, s/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: m. 1767 in CT, Elizabeth Sears born 1748 in CT, d. 1821: they came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled in Kingston Parish, Kings County: Children:1) John Ketchum b. 1768 in Norwalk, CT, d. 18 Sep 1858, m. 19 May 1789 in Hampton Parish, Kings County, Salome Munger b. 15 Nov 1771 in NY, d/o James Munger of NY: settled in Carleton, Saint John: had eight children:2) Hannah Ketchum born in Norwalk, CT, d. 1808 on Darlings Island, Kings County, m. Benjamin Darling born c1764 at Marlborough, MA, died at sea: 3) Henry Ketchum born Norwalk, CT, died at Antigua, BWI: 4) Stephen Ketchum: 5) Ashton Blackburn Ketchum b. 15 Aug 1781 in Norwalk, CT, buried 1853: they settled in Hampton Parish: 6) Mary Ketchum b. 1783 Norwalk, CT, d. in Milwaukee, WI, m. Jeremiah Tupper: settled in Milwaukee, USA:7) Samuel Ketchum b. 15 Aug 1785 in NB, d. 1851, m. Margaret - born 6 Apr 1797, d. 8 Jul 1878: settled in Hampton Parish: 8) William Ketchum born 1787, d. unmarried 21 Jan 1872 Hampton Parish: 9) Cosby Hunt Ketchum b. 1789 Kings County, d. 1854 at Leighside, Kings County, married Mary Herr: no issue:10) Elizabeth Ketchum b. 1791, d. unmarried 1840. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Thomas Ketchum born 1763 at Norwalk, CT, d. 13 Jan 1851, s/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Springfield Parish, Kings County: m. Phoebe Cromwell: Children:1) Thomas Ketchum: 2) Charles Ketchum: 3) Hannah Ketchum: 4) Deborah Ketchum born 1811. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : William Ketchum b. 1762 at Norwalk, CT, d. 17 Oct 1844, s/o Jonathan Ketchum and Hannah Quintard: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled at Norton, Kings County: married c1802 Ann or Nancy Forrester b. c1786, d. 25 Jan 1817, d/o John and Elizabeth Forrester or the d/o Major George Forrester: Children:1) Edward LeBaron Ketchum b. 1803, d. 10 Sep 1851: 2) William Henry Ketchum b. 1805, d. unm. 4 Oct 1887: 3) Mary Ketchum b. 1806, married 15 Jan 1827 James Jerome Seely: 4) Frances Ann Ketchum born c1807, d. 10 May 1839, married 10 Oct 1833 Walter Seely: 5) Hannah Quintard Ketchum born 1809: 6) Charles Edward Ketchum b. 1812, d. 19 May 1839: 7) Elizabeth Ketchum b. 1815, d. 16 Sep 1879, married 10 Jan 1838 Thomas Fairweather: 8) George Forrester Ketchum born 9 Jan 1817, died 23 Jan 1882, married 29 Dec 1850 Elida Snider born 1831, died 1889. Sources: MC1/Forrester, 1 page: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages : Andrew Kevil b. 1791 in Ireland, m. Sarah - born 1796 in Ireland: both came to NB in 1823 and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children:1) John Kevil b. 1829 in NB: 2) Mary Kevil b. 1831: 3) Elizabeth Kevil b. c1833, d. 5 Mar 1910, married William Sharkey: 4) Patrick Kevil b. c1835, d. 18 Mar 1889: 5) Sarah Kevil b. 1837: 6) Edward Kevil b. 1839: 7) James Kevil born in 1841. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke s Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County : Alexander Key baptized 6 Dec 1795 Dundee, Scotland, died 26 May 1851, s/o David Key and Margaret Reid: came to NB in 1816 and settled in Chatham, Northumberland County: married 1823 Margaret Henderson d/o Patrick and Elizabeth Henderson: may not have had : MC80/2184 Hamilton s Dictionary of Miramichi : Edward Keys b. c1804 County Antrim, Ireland, d. 9 Nov 1869, m. Rachel - b. c1800 Ireland, d. 1877: they came to NB and settled in Saint Stephen Parish, Charlotte County: only child mentioned, Elizabeth Keys b. c1840 Ireland. Sources: MC80/2089 Charlotte County Branch: St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, page 158: also see the Charlotte County census : Henry Keys b. 1779 in County Fermanagh, Ireland, d. 1871: came to NB 1837 and settled at Youngs Cove, Waterborough Parish, Queens County: m. Margarie Ralston b. - , d. 1876: Children:1) Isabella Keys m. William J. Wiggins:2) Elizabeth Keys died unmarried: 3) Henry Keys d. unmarried: 4) Samuel Keys m. Mary Eleanor Wiggins. Source: MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, page : John Keys b. 29 Feb 1803 in Ireland, d. 21 Aug 1872: he came to NB and settled at Rosedale, Wakefield Parish, Carleton County: m. 14 Sep 1831 in Saint John, Ruth Ann Dickinson b. 27 Dec 1816 in NB, d. 1 Aug 1893: Children:1) William Crawford Keys b. 17 Oct 1832: 2) Peter Dickinson Keys b. 21 Sep 1834: 3) Emma/Alexandrina Carleton Keys: 4) Victoria Jane Keys b. 15 Feb 1839: 5) Harriet Leonora Keys b. 27 Jul 1841: 6) John Stanley Peel Keys b. 19 Dec 1844: 7) Mary Augusta Keys b. 27 May 1847, d. 31 Oct 1861: 8) Alberta Frances Keys born 12 Dec 1849, d. 22 May 1924, m. 24 Dec 1873 at Woodstock, NB, Daniel James Hatfield: had eight children: 9) Samuel Perry Keys born 9 Dec 1852: 10) George Herbert Newton Keys born 4 May 1855. Source: MC80/1188 Robert A. Holman s One man s family history, volume 5, pgs 748-767: see also MC1396 George Hayward genealogical fonds, MS1C The Hayward collection, A739, 1 : Patrick Keys b. c1799 in Tipperary, Ireland, died 26 Jul 1877: came to NB before 1825 and settled at Cassilis in South Esk Parish, Northumberland County: married 16 Jul 1833 at Nelson-Miramichi, Ann Harrigan, bp. 16 Sep 1811, d. 1857, d/o Dennis Harrigan and Catherine Driscoll of County Cork, Ireland and Williamstown, South Esk Parish, NB: Children:1) John Keys b. 8 Aug 1835, d. 19 Apr 1918 in Cassilis, m. 30 Jul 1861 Ann Sutherland born 19 Jun 1839, d. 22 Dec 1920, d/o George Sutherland and Elizabeth Mullin: first settled at Cassilis, then at Red Bank: had ten children: 2) Bridget Keys b. 17 Dec 1836, d. Nov 1917, m. 8 Jun 1872 Patrick Gillis of Red Bank, born 19 Mar 1827, d. Nov 1914, s/o John Angus Gillis and Nancy McLean: had three children: 3) Catherine Keys bp. 1839, died after 1871: 4) Dennis Keys b. 15 May 1841, d. 30 Jan 1908, m. Mary Ellen Walsh b. Dec 1839, died 12 Sep 1905, d/o David Walsh and Margaret Sutton: they moved to Stillwater, MN in 1868: 5) Thomas Keys b. Jun 1843, d. 11 Sep 1916, married Margaret Barnes: they settled at Red Bank: had no children: 6) Cornelius Keys born 8 Jun 1845, died after 1899 in Cassilis: 7) Ellen Keys born May 1847, d. 14 Jun 1924, married c1872 William Dunn born c1836, d. 1877, s/o William Dunn and Bridget Findlay: had a son: 8) Mary Keys born Jun 1849, died 13 Jan 1906 at Red Bank, m. Mr. Barron: 9) Patrick Keys bp. 1851, d. after 1899: went to Klondike but returned to NB in 1899: 10) Jeremiah Keys b. May 1852, d. 23 Jul 1921: went to Stillwater, MN but returned to Cassilis by 1896. Sources: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages 231 to 232: see also MC80/2689 Miramichi Branch of the NBGS, Some first families of the Miramichi, 1 : Thomas Keys born c1799 at Tipperary, Ireland, d. after 1842: came to NB about 1822: settled in North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: married Catherine - b. c1793, died c1833: Possible children:1) Jessie Keys: 2) Elizabeth Keys. Source: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, page : Thomas Keys b. 27 Jul 1821 in County Fermanagh, Ireland, d. 21 Jun 1901: he came to NB and settled in Studholm Parish, Kings : MC80/1514 John R. Elliott s Gone but not forgotten, Volume 1: Kirk Cemetery, Kierstead Mountain, Studholm Parish, page : Calvin Kidder born 22 Aug 1765 in New Ipswich, NH, d. c1799, s/o Joseph Kidder and Rebecca Wilder: came to NB: settled in St. Stephen, Charlotte County: m. in St. Andrews, NB, Mrs. Mary Greenlaw: only child mentioned was, Joseph Calvin Kidder born c1799 in St. Stephen, died on 19 May 1891, married 12 Oct 1834 Mary Wilkins born c1813 in Amity, ME, d. c1880: settled in Princeton, ME and had eight children. Source: MC80/2711 Thelma Eye Brooks Calais Maine families, pages : James Kidney was born 1820 at Gorteen, Aghavea Parish, County Fermanagh, Ireland, died 1900, s/o James Kidney, m. 4 Dec 1846 at Aghavea, Lisnaskea, County Fermanagh, Eliza Doherty b. in Ireland, d. 1883, d/o John Doherty of Tattykeeran, Aghavea: came to NB in 1852: settled in Gagetown, Queens County: Children:1) James Kidney born c1848 in Ireland, died 1916, m. 6 Nov 1872 Lydia D. Howe of Hampstead, NB, b. 15 May 1854, d. 6 Oct 1905 at Wade, ME, d/o Hannah and Jacob Howe: they had ten children: first settled at Gagetown, NB, went to Maine after 1884: 2) Ann Kidney born c1849 in Ireland, d. 1934, married 17 Sep 1872 Michael Law of Gagetown, born 1849, d. 1919: had nine children: 3) John Kidney b. c1852, d. 1924 at Bloomfield, NB, married 14 Aug 1884 Minnie Caroline Cowperthwaite b. 1866 at Bloomfield, died 6 Aug 1898, d/o Ruben Cowperthwaite and Annie Jane Kidney: family first settled in Gagetown, then moved to Oakville, Wakefield Parish, Carleton County: they had seven children. Source: MC80/1757 Harley Kidney s James and Eliza Kidney and : Robert Kidney b. 1809 in Ireland, d. 19 May 1889, m. Elizabeth - b. 1810 in Ireland, died 1883: came to NB in late 1830 s and first settled at Hampstead, then at Gagetown, then at Bloomfield in Wilmot Parish, Carleton County: Children born at Hampstead, NB:1) Thomas William Kidney b. 6 Sep 1839, d. 28 Mar 1905, married 27 Nov 1863 at Bloomfield, Charlotte Ray born 4 Feb 1843, d. 17 Nov 1925: settled at Bloomfield and had eight children: in 1881 the family moved to Maine: 2) Annie Jane Kidney b. 1841, d. 1925: had one daughter at Bloomfield, NB with Ephraim Briggs b. 1838, died 13 Mar 1871: married (1st) c1870 Reuben Cowperthwaite born 1844 Bloomfield, died 1875: had three children: m. (2nd) c1877 William Duffield born 1843, died c1900: had one child: m. (3rd) c1900 Archie Scott: 3) Mary Elizabeth Kidney b. 1842, married 14 Dec 1865 William Samuel Lindsay of Wakefield, NB: had one son: 4) Margaret Kidney b. c1845, buried 30 Mar 1854: 5) Robert Kidney born 1849, died 8 Aug 1924, m. c1877 Annie A. Niles b. 1852, d. 27 Oct 1913: settled at Bloomfield and had five children: 6) Sarah Kidney b. 1853, d. 1923, m. George H. Sweet born 1853, d. 1918: settled at Bloomfield, NB and raised a neice. Source: MC80/1572 Harley Kidney s Kidney: Robert and Elizabeth and : see KEIRSTEADKILBURN: Francis Isaac Kilburn born c1776 probably in England, died 19 Oct 1845, s/o Isaac or Francis Kilburn of London, England and wife Mary: Isaac served in the British Army and was killed in 1777 or 1781 at Pensacola, Florida: his widow and infant son came to NB 1783 as Loyalists: Francis first settled at Central Kingsclear, York County until 1828 then went to Mactaquac, Douglas Parish, York County: m. 1804 Mary/Mehetable McKeen b. c1786, d. 12/13 Jul 1855, d/o Robert McKeen and Sarah Cunnabell of Mactaquac and grand d/o William McKeen of Pictou, NS: Children:1) Robert Kilburn b. 1805, m. Sarah Estey b. 12 Dec 1812, d. 3 or 9 Mar 1887, d/o Abel Estey of McKinley, Kingsclear Parish: settled in Kingsclear and had six children: 2) Mary Anne Kilburn born on 24 Oct 1807, died 9 May 1880 at Fredericton, m. 10 Nov 1827 Kingsclear Parish, Charles Long born on 16 Jul 1805 in York County, died 31 Dec 1874: settled in Hammondville, York County: had eleven children: 3) Eliza Kilburn born 4 Jan 1810, d. 1 Apr 1878, m. John Long b. 13/18 Oct 1807 at Longs Creek, York County, died 8 Oct 1897: settled at Longs Creek and had nine children: 4) Isaac Kilburn b. 9 Jun 1811, d. 18 May 1897, married 15 Oct 1833 Sarah Frances Maria Snyder b. 13 Sep 1812 Saint John, died 5 Jan 1899: settled at Kingsclear and had seven children: 5) William Kilburn born 1813, died 27 Jul 1889, m. 14 Jan 1837 Mary Jane Hagerman of Bear Island, b. c1817, d. 14 Jun 1886: settled at Kilburn, Perth Parish, Victoria County and had nine children: 6) Frances L. Kilburn b. May/Jun 1815, died 8 Mar 1896, m. (1st) William Hagerman: settled at Bear Island and had one son: (2nd) 20 Mar 1849 Moses McNally a widower, b. Nov/Dec 1808, d. 1 Apr 1891: they settled in Lower Queensbury: had two sons: 7) Benjamin Kilburn born 1817, m. (1st) 30 Dec 1841 Douglas Parish, York County, Eliza Jane/Jennie Estey born c1823, died 27 Apr 1851 at Kingsclear: m. (2nd) 5 Jan 1853 Margaret Price Cliff of Lower Queensbury, born 12 Nov 1828, d. 18 Sep 1883: settled at Kellys Creek, Kingsclear Parish: they had two children: 8) Francis Kilburn born 1819, d. 20 Aug 1901 at Kingsclear, m. 18 Jul 1844 Sarah McKeen b. c1811 or c1823, d. 8 Jun 1884: settled in Central Kingsclear and had four children: 9) John Kilburn b. 30 Apr 1822, d. 30 Oct 1916 at Mactaquac, m. (1st) 3 Jan 1850 in Kingsclear, Ann Gilbert Hammond of Kingsclear, b. c1828, d. 9 Aug 1880: settled in Kingsclear and had eight children: m. (2nd) 1882 Joseph Sloat: 10) Hester Wisdom Kilburn born c1825, died 29 May 1905, m. 20 Mar 1850 Benjamin R. Cliff born c1822, died 17 May 1894: settled in Prince William, York County and had seven children: 11) Sarah C. Kilburn b. c1828 at Mactaquac, died 7 Jan 1918, m. 1 Jan 1851? Eleazer Slocum Hammond born c1829, d. 31 Aug 1913: this family settled at Hammondville and had three children. Sources: MC80/530 Hazen Mackay s The Gates, pgs 26-27: see MC80/2714 Paul D. Kilburn s Fathers and Mothers: history and genealogy of Kilburn and Graham, pages 5-23: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Anthony Kilfoil born 1801 in County Donegal, Ireland, died 15 April 1874, m. Nancy Dawson: they came to NB in 1852: settled in Johnville, Kent Parish, Carleton County: Children born in County Donegal:1) John Kilfoil b. 2 Feb 1832, d. 12 Apr 1914, married 14 Feb 1860 Elizabeth Ellen Maynes born 17 Mar 1838, died 7 Apr 1927, d/o Hugh J. Maynes and Bridget O Reilly: 2) William Kilfoil born Apr 1833, died 29 May 1905, m. 19 Nov 1868 Mary Murphy b. c1846, d. 1918, d/o John Murphy and Elizabeth Boyle: they had seven children: 3) Anthony Kilfoil Jr. born 1842, d. 1 Apr 1893, m. 7 May 1867 Adaline Hill born c1848, d. 9 May 1877. Sources: MC1/Kilfoil, 7 pages: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pages 134 to 135: see also MC80/1649 William P. Kilfoil The Kilfoils of Carleton County and related families: Nancy s brother Daniel Dawson b. 1792, d. Jan 1871 also settled in : John Kilfoil or Guilfoyle born 1828 in Ireland, m. Mary - born c1828 in Ireland: came from County Cork, Ireland in 1856 to NB and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County, then Brunswick Parish, Queens County, then on the Millstream in Studholm Parish, Kings County by 1869: Children: 1) John Kilfoil b. c1854 in Wales, UK, d. unmarried Aug 1956: 2) Child Kilfoil: 3) Margaret Kilfoil b. 1858, bp. 4 Apr 1858 at two months at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: 4) Patrick Kilfoil b. c1859:5) Philip Kilfoil b. c1863:5) Michael Kilfoil b. c1864, m. (1st) Mary Jane Fenton, (2nd) Jane (Cogger) Gallagher, widow of John Gallagher b. - , d. 1914. Source: MC2657 NBGS Newsletter Issue #14, December 1982: Kilfoil s The Guilfoyles of Kings County, pages 18-19: Jane and John Gallagher had children, Harry Gallagher and Jane : John Kilfoil born 2 Feb 1832 County Donegal, Ireland, d. 12 Apr 1914, s/o Anthony Kilfoil and Nancy Dawson: m. on 14 Feb 1860 Elizabeth Maynes born 1838 in Kings County, died 8 Apr 1927, d/o Hugh Maynes and Elizabeth O Reilly: settled at Johnville in Kent Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) Mary Kilfoil b. 6 Apr 1861, d. 30 Dec 1930, m. 1889 John O Leary: 2) William J. Kilfoil b. 19 May 1863, d. Jun 1936, married 14 Aug 1893 Martha O Connor: 3) Bridget Agnes Kilfoil b. 1865, d. 1945, m. 1893 Thomas Sullivan: 4) Elizabeth Ellen Kilfoil born 1867, married 1902 James Graham: 5) James Leslie Kilfoil b. 1870, d. unmarried c1957: 6) Catherine Kilfoil b. 1871, d. 1951, m. 1898 Henry Corcoran: 7) John Daniel Kilfoil b. 1873, d. unmarried 5 Mar 1910: 8) Margaret J. Kilfoil born c1875, d. 1957, married 1903 James Cummings: 9) Frederick P. Kilfoil born 1878, married Margaret Gilman. Source: MC1/Kilfoil, 7 : Amasa Killam b. 10 Dec 1727 at Preston, CT, d. 1779, s/o John Killam and Sarah Rose, m. (1st) - : m. (2nd) Elizabeth Emerson b. c1738, d. 7 Jun 1823, d/o Ephraim Emerson of Rehoboth, MA and Sackville, NB: family settled in Sackville, Westmorland County: Child of first wife:1) John Killam b. 8 Mar 1758 at Providence, RI: Children of second wife: 2) Nancy or Mercy Killam born 29 Nov 1765, died 27 Nov 1809, m. Robert Atkinson b. 10 May 1742, d. 5 Feb 1817: 3) Cyprian Killam b. 17 Nov 1767, d. 21 Sep 1838 in Sackville, NB, married Nancy Black d/o William Black and Elizabeth Abber: settled at Dorchester, NB and had eleven children: 4) Elizabeth Killam b. 20 Jan 1770, d. 18 Feb 1862, m. 1 Jun 1786 Andrew Dale Weldon born c1763, died 6 Jun 1843, s/o John Weldon and Ann Dale: 5) Amasa Killam born 31 Aug 1771, m. 13 Nov 1795 Sarah Sanford born 6 Nov 1767 d/o Benjamin Sanford and Amelia Bentley: 6) Olive Killam born 12 Apr 1773, married William Noddin: 7) Mehetable Killam b. 21 Jan 1775, m. Alexander Kennedy: 8) Comfort Killam born 12 Jan 1777 at Preston, CT, d. 1 Jul 1829, m. Mary Taylor b. - , died after 1829, d/o George Taylor and Mary Chapman: settled at North River, NB: had nine children: 9) Solomon Killam born c1778, died in 1836. Sources: MC1/Chapman #1, 30 pages: the file contains copy of Some notes on family history for descendants of Cavour Chapman and his wife Althea Cleveland by Althea Douglas, 1982: Elizabeth (Emerson) Killam had brothers Benjamin Emmerson and Samuel Emmerson who settled in Sackville by 1765: at the time Elizabeth m. widower Amasa Killam he had applied for land in the Sackville area with his father or brother Superam Killam: after Amasa's died in 1779, Elizabeth married c1782, as his second wife, John Weldon: see also MC1/Killam #1,2,3: see also MC1/Sanford, page 350: see also MC80/701 Cyrus Black s Historical Record of the posterity of William Black pages 133-139: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pages 48-50, 177-178 to 237-238: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner s Early families revisited, pages : James Killen b. in Ireland, m. Mary Love: came to NB about 1831 and first settled in McKenzie Corner, Richmond Parish, Carleton County, then two years later at Debec, NB: no children are listed in the 1851 census. Source: MC80/854 Benn s A historical sketch of Methodism in Richmond, page : Patrick Killen b. c1775 possibly at Millgrange, Carlingford Parish, County Louth, Ireland, d. 26 May 1851, m. c1808 Mary Finigan born 1786 in Ireland, died 24 Jan 1852: first settled in Templeton in Carlingford Parish then came to NB and settled at Lower Cove, Saint John: Children mentioned:1) Elizabeth Killen b. c1809 probably at Templeton, m. before 1833 Thomas McGuiggan: he came to NB in 1847 and settled in Saint John: they had issue: 2) Margaret Killen b. Dec 1811 at Templeton, married 5 Oct 1832 at Cooley, Ireland, Michael Hoey: had at least seven children in Cooley before coming to NB and settling in Saint John: 3) Peter Killen b. c1818 at Templeton, m. 24 Nov 1836 in Cooley, Margaret Lyons: had issue: came to NB and settled in Saint John: 4) Mary Killen b. Oct 1819 at Templeton: 5) Thomas Killen bp. 28 Apr 1824, d. 29 Aug 1882: he came to NB in 1847: settled in Lower Cove: m. 9 Oct 1850 Bridget Mills d/o Andrew Mills and Catherine Feehan b. - , d. 22 Sep 1901: settled in Lower Cove and had seven children: 6) Patrick Killen bp. 31 Mar 1827 at Wilville, Ireland, m. 28 Jun 1851 Mary Lowe b. - , died 24 Mar 1857 at Saint John: they had two children. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy s Together in exile, pages : Dominick Killorn born 1820 County Sligo, Ireland, died 12 Nov 1866, m. Mary Dwyer b. 1826 in Ireland, died 4 May 1889: came to NB and settled in Saint John:Children: 1) James Killorn b. 22 Jul 1846 in County Sligo, d. 5 Jan 1912 in Saint John: 2) Elizabeth Killorn b. 11 Sep 1847 in County Sligo, d. 11 May 1902 in Saint John: 3) Matthew Killorn b. 19 Dec 1851 in Saint John, d. 18 Feb 1902, m. 27 Jun 1888 Jane McGivern b. 4 Dec 1857 in Saint John, d. 13 Feb 1943, d/o James McGivern and Sarah Lafferty: settled in Saint John and had four children: 4) Mary Killorn b. 27 May 1852 in Saint John, d. 29 Jan 1927 in Saint John: 5) Patrick Killorn born 17 Mar 1854, d. 28 Jul 1926, m. 19 Nov 1898 Mary Ann O Brien b. in Saint John, d. 19 Apr 1908: settled in Saint John: one child:6) Dominick Killorn born 3 May 1857, d. 20 May 1936, m. (1st) 25 Jul 1892 Susan McInytre b. 1862 in Sussex, Kings County, died 16 Nov 1894: had two daughters: m. (2nd) 28 Jun 1905 Annie Bowes b. in Saint John, d. 21 Feb 1952, d/o Thomas Bowes: settled in Saint John: no issue:7) Thomas Killorn b. 23 Aug 1859, d. 19 Mar 1928 in Saint John. Source: MC1229 Killorn genealogy, 21 : James Kilpatrick b. in Ireland: came from Argrey Hill near Raphoe, County Donegal, Ireland: m. Elizabeth Cunningham: came to NB in 1831 and settled in Wicklow Parish, Carleton County:Only children mentioned:1) Jane Kilpatrick b. c1800 Meenahoney, Castlefin, County Donegal, Ireland, d. before 1839, m. c1825 at Stranorlar, County Donegal, William McCain b. c1802 Meenahoney, Ireland, d. 25 Jan 1886 at Florenceville, Simonds Parish, Carleton County, s/o John McCain and Jane Allison: settled at Greenfield, Wicklow Parish, Carleton County: they had two children who died young:2) John Kilpatrick b. 1818 in Ireland, m. Eliza - b. 1831 in NB: settled in Wicklow Parish and had issue:3) Mary Ann Kilpatrick born c1820 at Meenahoney, Ireland, d. before1858, m. 20 Jan 1841 in Wicklow Parish, John MacKay b. 1820 Ballindrait, County Donegal, Ireland, d. 14 Sep 1869 at Florenceville, NB, s/o John MacKay and Rebecca McCain: settled in Wicklow Parish and had six children:4) James Kilpatrick b. 1823 in Ireland, m. Eliza - b. 1831 in NB: settled in Wicklow Parish and had issue:5) Joseph Kilpatrick b. 1824 in Ireland, m. Eleanor - b. 183 in NB: settled in Wicklow Parish and had issue:6) Andrew Kilpatrick b. 1828 in Ireland, m. Margaret - b. 1828 in Ireland: settled in Wicklow Parish and had : MC80/2938 Brian W. Hutchison s Descendants of John McCain from Stranorlar Parish, County Donegal, Ireland, pages 60-62,72: also see the Carleton County census : John Kilpatrick born c1791, d. 26 Jun 1870 or 10 Jul 1871, m. 14 Dec 1844 at Fredericton, Ann Kearn of Lincoln, Sunbury County, b. - , died 10 Jan 1873: settled at Harvey in Manners Sutton Parish, York County: Children:1) Margaret Kilpatrick b. 1845, d. 30 Apr 1878: 2) William Kilpatrick: 3) Elizabeth Kilpatrick: 4) Faithful Kilpatrick: 5) Ann Kilpatrick: 6) John Kilpatrick. Source: MC80/2504 Jocelean S. Hall et. al. Harvey Settlement Cemetery 1837-1999, page : Asa Kimball born 15 Jun 1738 at Andover, Essex County, MA, s/o Jacob Kimball and Sarah Hale: m. 15 Jul 1760 Hulda/Huldah Tapley b. 1738: they moved from Andover, MA to Boxford, MA, then came to NB about 1770 and settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County: by 1787 they had moved to Bridgton, Maine:Children:1) Samuel Kimball b. 26 Jan 1761 at Andover, MA, married Hannah Clark of Saint John, NB, d/o Moses and Mary Clark of Hampstead, Queens County: they moved to Bethel, ME in 1796 and had six children: 2) Richard Kimball born 24 Jan 1763/1764, died 3 Jan 1844 in Burton Parish, Sunbury County: settled in Saint John, NB: m. (1st) by 1785 Sarah Kenny, m. (2nd) 18 Aug 1831 Mrs. Frances (Jones) Clayton, b. - , d. 1854: 3) Hulda Kimball b. 22 Dec 1765, m. in Burton Parish, David Porter: settled in Calais, ME: 4) Asa Kimball born 29 Nov 1767 at Andover, MA, d. 7 Aug 1823, m. Phebe Foster born 24 Sep 1769, d. 11 Oct 1858, d/o Isaiah Foster and Lydia Fogg: first settled in Wakefield Parish, Carleton County, NB, then moved to Bethel, Oxford County, ME: had four children: 5) Israel Kimball b. 2 Dec 1769 at Boxford, MA, d. 20 Nov 1830, m. 25 Feb 1794 at Rowley, MA, Phebe Hazen: settled in Bridgton, then Bethel, ME: had nine children: 6) Jedediah Kimball born 29 Sep 1771, d. 26 Mar 1852, m. c1798 Elizabeth Emerson and resided in Bridgton, ME: had ten children: 7) Sarah/Sally Kimball born c1773 in Saint John, died at Bethel, ME, married William Emerson born in Saint John, d. in St. Stephen, NB: settled in Calais, ME: had five children: 8) Hannah Kimball b. c1775 Maugerville, m. at Bethel, ME, Timothy Bean: 9) Jacob Kimball b. c1777 at Maugerville, NB, m. Emma Stone: they settled in Bethel, ME: had eleven children. Sources: MC80/544 Leonard A. Morrison s History of the Kimball family in America, pages 109, 201 and 377-379: see also MC1/Cooper/Kimble/Oram, 90 pages: file contains copy of a report titled The Kimble-Oram-Cooper Roots 1595-1971 by Mabel C. Magee: see pages 7, 36: see also MC80/596 Harriet S. Tapley s Genealogy of the Tapley family, pages 11 to 12: see also MC80/2475 Carroll Kimball s Descendants of Richard and Sarah Kimball, Oromocto, pages 11-12: see also MC80/2856 Nancy L. Melary s The life and times of Henry Downey Smith and his wife Willie Alberta Carr of Geary, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, Canada and Bucoda, Thurston County, Washington, USA, pages 454-455. KIMBALL: Asa Kimball b. in Sunbury County, NB, s/o Richard Kimball, m. 1815 Susan Cogswell born on 3 Aug 1778 at Burton, Sunbury County d/o Elihu Cogswell and Rebecca Howland: the family settled in Lower Brighton, Brighton Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) Eunice Kimball m. Henry Orr: 2) Huldah Kimball m. James Heath: 3) Rebecca Kimball m. Edward Kineson: 4) Susan Kimball m. James Nason: 5) Jane Kimball m. James Fen. Sources: MC1/Cogswell, 20 pages: the file contains a copy of the report titled Cogswells who migrated to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick taken from The Cogswells in America by Rev. Jameson: data on Asa and Susan is on pages 4, 8: see also MC80/2475 Carroll Kimball s Descendants of Richard and Sarah Kimball, Oromocto: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #20, June 1984: Patricia W. Hart s Pre-Loyalist Kimball (Kemble) families in New Brunswick, pages : Richard Kimball Sr. b. 24 Jan 1763/1764 at Andover, MA, died 3 Jan 1844, s/o Asa Kimball and Hulda Tapley: he came from Essex County, MA to NB in 1763: first settled at Maugerville in Sunbury County, then moved to Oromocto in Burton Parish, Sunbury County: m. (1st) by 1785 Sarah Kenny d/o Israel Kenny and Susannah Hood: m. (2nd) 18 Aug 1831 Mrs. Frances (Jones) Clayton of Mouth of Keswick, York County, b. - , d. 1854: Children are listed in an estimated order:1) Asa Kimball b. 1785, d. c1847, m. (1st) Susan Cogswell b. 13 Aug 1778, d. before 1815, d/o Elihu and Rebecca Cogswell of Burton, NB: had at least five children: m. (2nd) 4 Aug 1815 Ann Parlee of Kingsclear Parish, York County: had six children: settled in Lower Brighton, Carleton County: 2) Sarah Kimball born 1785, married 12 Jan 1800 James Webber: settled in Burton Parish and had four children: 3) William Kimball b. 29 Sep 1791 Kingston, Kings County, d. 12 Sep 1856 or 8 May 1875 or 1887 in Bridgewater, ME: may have m. Nov 1819 Sunbury County, Julia Ann Jackson b. c1799, d. 5 Sep 1884: had six children, or, m. Lucy Elston b. - in Oromocto, d. 27 Jul 1879: settled at Oromocto in Burton Parish, then at Jacksonville in Wakefield Parish, Carleton County, then moved to Bridgewater, ME: 4) Rebecca Kimball b. - , m. 21 Jan 1813 Colin Stephenson b. 16 Nov 1786 at Cohasset, Norfolk, MA, d. c1846: settled in Burton Parish: 5) Samuel Kimball b. at Oromocto, d. before 1851, m. 21 Dec 1821 Isabella Crawford born 1800: settled in Saint John: had ten children: 6) Huldah Kimball b. - , married (1st) 5 Apr 1823 John Murdock of Burton Parish: m. (2nd) 7 Dec 1826 Robert Harley of Burton, NB: 7) Richard Kimball born on 3 May 1803 in Burton, m. 13 Jul 1826 his cousin, Frances Kenny born 2 Jul 1807, d/o Nathaniel Kenny and Elizabeth Mills: settled in Brighton Parish and had nine children: 8) Elizabeth Kimball b. 1804, married 22 Jul 1822 in Burton Parish, William Chandler Brown born 1794 in NB, d. 1858: they settled in Burton Parish and had three children. Sources: MC1/Kimball #1, 4 pages: see MC80/542 Edwin W. Bell s Israel Kenny, his children and their families, pages 78-81: see MC80/2475 Carroll Kimball s Descendants of Richard and Sarah Kimball, Oromocto, page 12ff: widow Ann Parlee Kimball m. (2nd) 10 Oct 1850 William Seely b. 1786, d. 25 Aug 1873: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #20, June 1984: Patricia W. Hart s Pre-Loyalist Kimball (Kemble) families in New Brunswick, pgs. : Richard Kimball Jr. was born at Oromocto in Sunbury County, d. 1887, s/o Richard Kimball and Sarah Kenny: married Frances Kenny d/o Nathaniel Kenny and Betsy Mills: they settled first at Oromocto, then at East Florenceville, then moved to Bridgewater, Maine: Children:1) Hiram Kimball, d. unmarried: 2) Israel Kimball married: had no children: 3) Richard Kimball Jr. d. young: 4) Richard Kimball Jr. died young: 5) Absalom Kimball m. (1st) Ruth Boyer and had at least one child: m. (2nd) Hannah Rideout: had no children: m. (3rd) Susan McKeen of Keswick, NB, but had no children: 6) George Kimball m. Frances Boyer, sister of Ruth: they had five children: 7) Rachel Kimball m. Jason Russell and had at least one child: 8) Betsey Kimball married Enoch Farley and had one girl: 9) Huldah Kimball married Charles Smith: had two children: 10) Harriet Kimball married Oliver Rideout: had three children: 11) Ann Kimball m. Gideon Kenny and had five children. Sources: MC1/Kimball #1, 4 pages: see also MC80/542 Edwin W. Bell s Israel Kenny, his children and their families, pages : Samuel Kimball b. at Oromocto in Sunbury County s/o Richard Kimball and Sarah Kenny: m. Miss Crawford: settled in Oromocto, Sunbury County and raised a family: the family moved to Saint John about 1846 where Samuel was a shipbuilder with partner Mr. Retallick: Possible children:1) Abigail Kimball married 12 Jan 1800 at Maugerville, NB, James Webber: 2) Rebecca Kimball of Burton Parish, Sunbury County, married 19 Jan 1813 Collins Stephenson: 3) Sarah Kimball m. 13 Aug 1846 John Retallick. Source: MC1/Kimball #1, 4 pages: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #20, June 1984: Patricia W. Hart s Pre-Loyalist Kimball (Kemble) Families in New Brunswick, pages : William Kimball b. at Oromocto, Sunbury County s/o Richard Kimball and Sarah Kenny: wife s name is not provided: Children:1) Corrine Kimball m. Fred Plummer: 2) William Kimball m. Bertha Seely: 3) Byron Kimball m. Sarah Banks: 4) Julia Kimball m. Ransford Birmingham: settled in Hartland, NB: 5) Frank Kimball m. Blanche McGee: 6) Bird Kimball m. Minnie Savage: 7) Leverett Kimball m. (1st ) Beatrice Gray, m. (2nd) Elizabeth Savage: 8) Miss Kimball married William Andrews. Source: MC1/Kimball #1, 4 pages: there may have been additional children named Jarvis Kimball, Annie Kimball and Elizabeth : David Kincade b. 1799 in County Derry, Ireland, d. 9 Apr 1886: came to NB in 1829, m. Elizabeth Gardiner or Garner born c1814 in Ireland: family settled at Cody s, Johnston Parish, Queens County, NB: Children are listed in an estimated order:1) William Kincade: 2) James Kincade married Elizabeth Hughes: 3) Daniel Kincade m. 21 Jul 1876 Elizabeth Thorne: 4) David Kincade born c1853, married Janet Harvey: 5) William Kincade b. c1855: 6) Edward Kincade born c1859, married Margaret Patterson: 7) Isabella Kincade born 16 Mar 1841, m. 10 Dec 1866 James Lockhart: 8) Mary Ann Kincade b. c1846: 9) Elizabeth Kincade. Source: MC1/Kincade, 30 pages: David may have been the brother of George Kincade who married Matilda - .KINCADE: George Kincade born c1807 in County Tyrone, Ireland, married Matilda - born c1817 in County Donegal, Ireland: settled in Johnston Parish, Queens County: Children:1) William Kincade b. c1838: 2) James Kincade b. c1843: 3) Ann Jane Kincade b. c1845: 4) Matilda Elizabeth Kincade b. c1847: 4) Isabella Kincade b. 21 Feb 1850: 5) Eleanor Kincade b. c1852: 6) Andrew Kincade born c1854: 7) George Wetmore Kincade born c1855: 8) Samuel Kincade born c1857: 9) David Kincade born c1860: 10) Sarah Kincade b. c1865. Source: MC1/Kincade, 30 pages: George may have been the brother of David Kincade who married Elizabeth : Colin King born Nov 1744 at Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland, d. 17 Feb 1845: came to NB about 1819 and settled in Springfield Parish, Kings County: married Ann McKenzie b. 1756 at Monteith, Scotland, d. 1856 at Springfield, Kings County: Children:1) Malcolm King born 1797, married Elizabeth Hickson: 2) Peter King born 15 May 1801 at Fintry, Stirlingshire, Scotland, died 1847, married 22 Mar 1830 in Saint John, Christina McColl b. 4 May 1803 at Port Monteith, Perthshire, Scotland: settled in East Scotch Settlement, Springfield Parish, Kings County and had six children: 3) James King born 11 Mar 1803, died 23 Feb 1882, married Catherine Gow: 4) Ann King m. John Purvis. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : George King born c1798 in Saint John possibly of Loyalist descent, d. 21 Nov 1867, m. Mary Ann Fowler of Kings County b. 1811, died after 1881: settled in Saint John: Children:1) Stephen King b. 1837: 2) George Edwin King b. 8 Oct 1839, married 1866 Lydia Eaton d/o Aaron Eaton: had two children: 3) Frederick King born 1845: 4) Alfred King b. 1847: 5) Emma King b. 1849. Sources: MC1286 Volume IX Dictionary of Canadian Biography, page 429: see also MC80/407 The Canadian biographical dictionary, pages : Henry King b. Greenland, Newfoundland, d. 1877, m. Mary F. Hess born 1841 in Germany, died 5 May 1905: family settled in Saint John: Children:1) John Henry King b. c1860, married Minnie A. Burnham: 2) Mary King born c1863, m. Bartlett Mundee: 3) Martha King b. c1865: 4) William E. King b. c1868, married Jennie V. - : 5) James King born c1871, married Bertha Wilmont: 6) Joseph Lyman King. Source: MC1/King, 1 : Hezekiah King b. 9 Aug 1741 Norton, MA, d. 1824 probably at River Philip, NS, s/o Nehemiah King and Abiah Hodges: m. (1st) c1771 probably in Cumberland, NS, Roxana Danks born 15 Jun 1754 probably at Northampton, MA, d/o Benoni Danks and Mary Morris: married (2nd) c1780 Olive (Morse) Eddy b. 13 Jan 1754 Boston, MA, d. after 1849, d/o Joseph Morse and Olive Mason, the widow of William Eddy: came to NB and settled in Westmorland County: Children of first wife: 1) Hezekiah King Jr. b. c1772, possibly m. 9 May 1812 Mercy Thornton of Sackville, NB: 2) Sally King b. c1774, d. 21 Nov 1855, married 29 Jan 1795 at Sackville, NB, William Lawrence b. 29 May 1769 at Sackville, d. 7 Apr 1857, s/o William Lawrence and Huldah Seamans: 3) Benjamin King b. c1776, m. Judith - :Children of second wife: 4) Daniel King b. 17 Nov 1782, married Zeliah - : settled in Pugwash, NS:5) George King b. 17 Feb 1784, died after May 1848, married 18 Mar 1809 in Westmorland County, Mrs. Maria Wethered b. Pugwash, NS, d. 7 Mar 1867, widow of Joshua Wethered: had two children:6) Charles King born 19 Sep 1786: 7) Oliver King b. 10 Dec 1788, died 20 Nov 1834, m. Lavinia Pineo b. 1805 d/o Davis S. and Ann Pineo: settled in Pugwash, NS: 8) Hannah King born c1789, m. before 1810 David Fletcher, b. 10 Jul 1784 in Sackville, NB, s/o Daniel Fletcher and Mary Finny: 9) John King b. 12 Nov 1790, died 26 Jul 1882 at Mt. Pleasant, Cumberland County, NS. Sources: MC3/109 Louise Walsh Throop s Early Settlers of Cumberland Township, Nova Scotia in National Genealogical Society Quarterly, pages 269-270: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20987: see sheet for George : John King b. c1762 at Port Parish, Perthshire, Scotland, died 11 Aug 1813, married Elizabeth - b. c1759 at Port Parish, Perthshire, d. 4 Sep 1834: came to NB and settled at or near Roachville, Studholm Parish, Kings County: had seven sons: Children mentioned:1) King: settled in Sussex, NB: 2) Patrick King: settled in Moncton, NB: 3) Thomas King born c1789, d. 27 Aug 1816, m. Jane McAllan: settled at Sussex Vale, NB and had issue: 4) John King married Emily Hayes d/o John Cook Hayes and Dorothy Baxter, of Bloomfield. Sources: MC80/1 Grace Aiton s The story of Sussex and vicinity, page 56: Thomas widow Jane married William Johnston Stockton and settled at Smiths Creek, Studholm Parish: see MC80/1722 John R. Elliott s Gone but not forgotten, Vol. 2: Trinity Anglican Cemetery in Sussex Parish, page : John King born in 1780 in Ireland, died 4 Oct 1854, married c1804 in Ireland, Elizabeth - born 1780 in Ireland, d. 1860: came to NB in 1829 and settled at Baillie in Saint James Parish, Charlotte County: Children:1) Margaret King born 1805 in Ireland, d. 27 Apr 1866 at Baillie, m. James Evans b. Apr 1795 in Wales or Ireland, d. 11 Nov 1885: settled in Baillie and had five children: 2) Jane Alice King born c1809 in Ireland, d. 1892 at Baillie, married Thomas Robinson born Oct 1801 in Ireland, d. 22 Jan 1871: they settled in Baillie and had twelve children: 3) Robert King b. 1811 in Ireland, d. 1895 at Baillie, married (1st) c1835 Alice Graham b. 1805, died 1874: settled at Baillie and had four children: m. (2nd) 12 Nov 1875 Roseanna Redmond born in 1809: 4) Elizabeth King born 1815 Ireland, died 23 Oct 1841 at Baillie, m. c1839 in Saint James Parish, William Wallace: had one child: 5) Miss King married Mr. Reid: had four children. Source: MC80/2131 Alvin S. Gibson et. al. The Gibsons of New Brunswick, Canada, pages 68, 84-85: John King came to NB with his brothers, William King and Robert King born 1794, who also settled in Charlotte or ROY: Joseph Roy or King was b. 19 Feb 1792 in Kingsclear Parish, York County, s/o Charles Boniface Roy and Helene-Anne Martin: married 5 Jun 1816 at Kingsclear, Marie Madeleine Bouchard born 5 Nov 1790 at La Pocatiere, QC, d/o Joseph-Antoine Bouchard and Marie Josephe Moreau: family settled in Kingsclear Parish, York County: Children:1) Marie Madeleine King born 1 Aug 1817, d. 3 Aug 1817: 2) Marie-Marguerite King b. 15 Oct 1819: 3) Joseph King Jr. b. 1820, m. 24 Oct 1843 Marie- lizabeth Godin: 4) Marie Luce King b. Apr 1822: 5) Benjamin King b. Jun 1824, d. 13 Jan 1855: 6) Suzanne King b. 9 Aug 1826: 7) Madeleine King b. 5 Aug 1828. Source: MC1/St. Thomas, 5 pages: the surname was spelt Roy until about 1827 then it was changed to : Robert King b. 31 Mar 1763, d. 1832, m. Mary - b. 14 Nov 1766, d. 1832: came to NB and may have settled in Saint John:Children: 1) Rosanale King b. 19 Mar 1783: 2) William King born 4 Apr 1785: 3) Mary King born 16 Jan 1787: 4) Margaret King b. 14 Aug 1789, m. Ebenezer Dunham: had five children:5) Dorcas King b. 12 Apr 1796, m. Daniel Dunham: 6) Nancy F. King born 11 Oct 1798: 7) James Cochran King b. 18 Nov 1803: 8) Eliza B. King b. 1 Jan 1805. Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #35, March 1988: Family bible, page : Robert King b. Oct 1791 at Windsor, NS. d. 11 Mar 1856, s/o Robert King and Nancy Cochran: married (1st) 5 Feb 1820 at Windsor, NS, Nancy or Ann Redden b. - , died 8 Dec 1831 at Windsor, NS, d/o James Redden and Margaret Lawrence: married (2nd) Mrs. Ann (Goodwin) Farrow, a widow, born 1801 in NB: came to NB in 1832 and settled at Baie Verte, Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County: Children of first wife:1) William King b. 16 Aug 1821, d. 23 Sep 1883:2) James King b. 23 Nov 1823, died 8 Oct 1903, m. Margaret Jane Berry:3) Ann King b. 28 Jan 1826, d. 1920, married Steeves:4) Jane King b. 18 Dec 1828, d. 8 Dec 1916, m. William Murray of second wife: 5) Elizabeth King b. - , d. young:6) Robert Daniel King b. 12 Dec 1837: later settled in Bethany, : MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20987: see sheet for Robert : Robert King born in 1794 in Ireland, married c1810 in Ireland, Ann Orr b. 1796 in Ireland, died 13 Jan 1862: came to NB in 1843 and settled at Baillie in Saint James Parish, Charlotte County: only child mentioned was, James King b. c1815 in Ireland. Source: MC80/2131 Alvin S. Gibson et. al. The Gibsons of New Brunswick, Canada, pages 68, 84: Robert King came to NB with brothers, William King and John King born 1780, who also settled in Baillie, Charlotte : Samuel King b. 10 Nov 1778 Chesterfield, Chester County, NH, d. 13 Jan 1834, s/o Samuel King and Molly Whitney: m. 30 Sep 1795 Sarah Davis b. 25 Apr 1780 in Chesterfield, NH, died 20 Aug 1848, d/o Thomas Davis and Chrischena Manor: they came to NB about 1810 and settled in Upper Mills, St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte County: Children:1) Willard King born 21 Dec 1796 at Chesterfield, NH, d. Aug 1826 at Upper Mills, NB: 2) Gilman D. King born 30 Apr 1799 at Chesterfield, NH, died 19 Sep 1870 at Upper Mills, NB, m. c1824 Hannah E. Haycock: 3) Almena King b. 15 Jun 1801 at Littleton, Grafton County, NH, d. 29 Dec 1834, m. c1821 Isaac Edgerley: 4) Loraine King born 5 Apr 1803 at Lunenburg, Essex, VT: 5) Velona King born 10 May 1805 at Waterville, Kennebeck County, ME, m. c1825 Samuel L. Lane: 6) Adeline King b. 12 Jun 1807 at Waterville, ME, m. 22 Apr 1830 Joseph C. Vance: 7) Thirza King b. 21 Aug 1809 Waterville, ME: 8) Samuel Tyler King b. 9 Dec 1811 in St. Stephen Parish, died 11 Jan 1891 at Chicago, IL, m. (1st) 1 Nov 1835 Ann G. Ricker born 1812, d. 12 Aug 1859 at Calais, ME: m. (2nd) Ann Elizabeth Rockwood born 27 Mar 1830 at Calais, ME, died 7 May 1915 in Toronto, ON, d/o Lorenzo Rockwood and Caroline Christophers: first settled in St. Stephen, then in Calais, ME: had children:9) Orea H. King b. 28 Jul 1814 in St. Stephen Parish, died 24 Jun 1885 at St. Stephen, married (1st) Miranda E. - , (2nd) Maria - b. c1834: 10) Minerva King b. 24 Feb 1817 St. Stephen Parish, m. Thomas W. Horton: 11) Laura L. King b. 13/15 Apr 1819, d. 13 Dec 1839 in St. Stephen Parish: 12) Rex M. King b. 6 Nov 1822 at Upper Mills, NB, d. 19 Jul 1894 in St. Stephen Parish, m. 31 Oct 1841 Amelia A. Robinson b. - , died 23 Dec 1892 at Upper Mills: 13) Sally/Sarah King b. 4 Jul 1826 at Baring, Washington County, ME, died 11 Nov 1845. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, page 113: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages : Thomas King born c1753, died 24 Sep 1832: he came from near Hull, Yorkshire, England to NB in 1773 with uncle Christopher Harper: Thomas settled near Fort Cumberland, Westmorland County: m. (1st) Elizabeth - b. c764, d. 15 Aug 1797: m. (2nd) his cousin, Fannie Harper d/o Christopher Harper: Children:1) Thomas King Jr. born c1787, d. 16 Mar 1844, m. 23 Dec 1824 Mary Ann Chandler b. c1805 Fort Lawrence, NS, d. 11 Jan 1886: settled at Westmorland Point, NB and had two daughters and four sons: 2) Jane King married George Oulton: 3) Fanny King married Thomas Bowser: 4) Miss King married Otho Read: 5) Miss King married Jesse Read. Sources: MC80/45 Howard Trueman s The Chignecto Isthmus and its first settlers, pgs. 252-253: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20987: see sheet for Thomas : Zephaniah Kingsley b. in England: came to America in 1770 and settled in Charleston, SC: came to NB as a Loyalist and settled in Saint John, Fredericton and on the Hammond River in Kings : MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau s New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 : George Kingston b. c1794 at Kingston Hill, England, m. (1st) Sarah Adcock b. - at Kingston Hill, England, d. before 1851: m. (2nd) 1847 Margaret - born 1809 in Ireland: they came to NB June 1823 and settled in Blissville Parish, Sunbury County: Children of first wife:1) George Kingston b. 1830: 2) Mary Kingston born 1836: 3) Joseph Kingston born 1837 at Kingston Hill, d. 1925, m. Mary Ann Carr b. 1840 at Burton, NB, died 1925, d/o William A. and Sarah Carr: settled in Blissville and had issue: 4) William Kingston b. 1840: 5) Jonathan Kingston b. 1842: Child of second wife:6) Charles Kingston b. 1849. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, page 218: also see the Sunbury County census : George Kingston b. c1801 in Ireland, d. 1892, m. Mary - b. c1801 in Ireland: they came to NB in April 1840 and settled on Long Island in Kingston Parish, Kings County: Children:1) Paul Kingston born c1831 in Ireland, died unmarried 1898: 2) George Kingston born c1833 in Ireland: 3) Sarah Kingston born c1838 in Ireland: 4) Samuel Kingston born c1841 in NB, d. 10 May 1909, married 12 Feb 1873 in Saint John, Agnes Augusta Hornbrook b. 1850 Long Island, NB, youngest d/o Austin Hornbrook and Elizabeth Cathline: they settled on Long Island and had four children: 5) Benjamin Kingston b. 1844: 6) William Kingston b. c1847: 7) Mary Kingston born 1850. Sources: MC80/2474 Colin B. Rayworth s The settlement of Long Island in the Kennebecasis River, Parish of Kingston, County of Kings, Province of New Brunswick 1785-1960, page 24: see also MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Lisson, 1 : Henry Kingston b. c1786 in Ireland: he came to NB Aug 1846 and settled on Long Island, Kingston Parish, Kings County: wife s name is not provided: only child mentioned was, James Kingston born c1833 in Ireland. Source: MC80/2474 Colin B. Rayworth s The settlement of Long Island in the Kennebecasis River, Parish of Kingston, County of Kings, Province of New Brunswick 1785-1960, page : John Kingston b. c1794 in County Cork, Ireland, d. after 1861: they came to NB about 1834 and settled at Williamstown in South Esk Parish, Northumberland County: m. Catherine Mahoney: Children:1) John Kingston born Jun 1827, d. c1837: 2) Ellen Kingston born 1828, d. 27 Sep 1914, m. Richard Jardine b. c1809, died Nov 1886: 3) James Kingston b. c1830: 4) Thomas Kingston b. Dec 1834, d. after 1881, m. Margaret Kelly: settled at South Esk: had at least four children: 5) John Kingston b. Jun 1837, d. 6 Dec 1924, m. Henrietta Travis b. 10 Oct 1850, d. Feb 1894, d/o Oliver Travis and Phoebe A. Somers: they settled at Williamstown and had five children: 6) George Kingston b. Nov 1839: 7) William Kingston born Aug 1846, died after 1861. Source: MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages : Joseph Kingston born 30 Jan 1837 near London, England, died 15 Mar 1925, s/o George Kingston and Sarah Adcock: m. 4 Oct 1861 Mary Ann Carr born 21 Oct 1840: settled at Fredericton Junction, Sunbury County: Children:1) Benedict Kingston born 4 Apr 1863, married (1st) Annie Mersereau, m. (2nd) Lizzie Henry: 2) William A. Kingston b. 26 Jan 1865, m. (1st) Irene Nason, married (2nd) Mabel Nairn: 3) George W. Kingston b. 10 Apr 1867, married (1st) Annie Lyon, m. (2nd) Ethel Walsh: 4) Otis Kingston b. Aug 1869, d. young: 5) Sarah Ann Kingston born 30 Mar 1871, married Thomas C. Russell: 6) Ella Kingston born 26 Apr 1873, married (1st) Wallace Brown, m. (2nd) Joseph Calvin: 7) Phoebe Kingston born 23 Apr 1875, married William McCausland: 8) Oscar Kingston b. 29 May 1877, died c1889: 9) Cyrus Kingston b. 31 Dec 1879, m. Bessie Wells: 10) Arthur Kingston b. 6 Jan 1882, d. in collision: 11) Olive Kingston b. 19 Apr 1884, m. Charles McCloskey. Source: MC1/Kingston, 1 page: file contains copy of a page from the John C. Tracy Book: Fredericton : Paul F. Kingston born c1785 at Bantry, County Cork, Ireland, died 25 Jan 1867, s/o Samuel Kingston and - Hall: m. c1810 at Bantry Bay, Lydia Byrd b. c 1790 in Ireland, d. 16 May 1869, d/o William Byrd: came to NB in 1826 and settled in North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: Children:1) Avisia Kingston b. c1811, d. after 1869,m. John Flynn b. c1802, d. 13 Oct 1876: went to Philadelphia, PA: 2) Susannah Kingston b. 15 Mar 1813 at Bantry, d. 14 Feb 1891, m. 20 Jul 1831 William Allison b. Aug 1801, d. 19 Aug 1869, s/o William Allison Sr: had seven children: 3) Samuel Kingston b. c1816 at Bantry, d. 2 Apr 1904, m. 28 Sep 1835 Mary Curry b. Belledune, Beresford Parish, Gloucester County: settled at Wayerton, North Esk Parish, Northumberland County and had eleven children: 4) Paul Kingston born c1820, d. c1877: moved to Pittsburg, PA. Sources: MC1/MacRae, 1 page: see MC80/359 Hamilton s Old North Esk: Revised, pages 232-233: also see MC2725 George Kingston fonds, MS5 History of the Allison family, 2 : Samuel Kingston born c1796 in Ireland: he came to NB in Aug 1821 and settled on Long Island, Kingston Parish, Kings County: wife s name is not provided: Children: 1) Henry Kingston b. c1828 in NB: 2) Maria Kingston b. c1834: 3) Eliza Kingston born c1837: 4) William Kingston born about 1839: 5) Sarah Kingston b. 1844. Source: MC80/2474 Colin B. Rayworth s The settlement of Long Island in the Kennebecasis River, Parish of Kingston, County of Kings, Province of New Brunswick 1785-1960, page 24: also see the Kings County : Alexander Kinnear b. c1803, d. 29 Apr 1876, m. Miss Graves born 1814, d. 6 May 1871, d/o John Graves: Alexander came from Sackville and was a descendant of Andrew Kinnear: about 1830 this family settled in Kinnear Settlement, Salisbury Parish, Westmorland County: Children:1) Mariner Kinnear: 2) William Kinnear: 3) Courtney Kinnear: 4) Brock Kinnear:5) Andrew Kinnear. Source: MC1/Kinnear, 1 page: John Graves b. 1785 and died 6 May : Andrew Kinnear b. c1750 Newton Limidary, near Londonderry, Ireland, d. 23 May 1818: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and acquired land in Sackville, Westmorland County: m. (1st) - and had at least three sons: m. (2nd) c1787 Letitia Boyd, a cousin from Letterkenny in County Donegal, Ireland, b. 1768, d. 10 Jan 1834: had six sons and seven daughters: Children of first wife:1) Thomas Kinnear born 1777, d. 10 Sep 1815, m. Margaret Denny b. 1787, died 21 Jun 1836: had two sons and one daughter: they settled at Halifax, NS: 2) Alexander Kinnear b. 1780 in Gibralter, d. 24 Jun 1864, m. 1802 Abigail Lamb b. 1782, died 29 May 1860: had seven sons and two daughters: founded Kinnear Settlement: Children of second wife:3) George Lennox Kinnear b. c1787, died 1831, m. 20 Dec 1810 at Sackville, NB, Mary Outhouse: family settled in Saint John, NB: they had six children:4) Courtney Kinnear born c1789, died 1 Aug 1856, married (1st) 27 Dec 1810 Sarah Estabrooks born 1793, d. 25 Dec 1811: they had one child: m. (2nd) 31 Oct 1815 Susannah Harper b. 1795: had six sons and six daughters: settled in Shediac Parish, Westmorland County: 5) Isabella Kinnear b. 7 Dec 1790, died unmarried 22 Dec 1863 in Saint John: 6) John Kinnear b. 17 Mar 1794, d. 21 Jul 1859 in Saint John, married 9 May 1836 Sarah Millidge b. 7 Oct 1810 at Saint John, died 22 May 1869, sixth d/o Thomas Millidge: had three sons and four daughters: 7) Francis Andrew Kinnear born 21 Oct 1795, died 24 Apr 1849: 8) William Boyd Kinnear born 2 Oct 1796 at Dorchester, NB, d. 20 Feb 1868 in Saint John, married on 6 Dec 1831 at Glasgow in Scotland, Janet Muir d/o James Muir of Rosebank, Scotland: had three sons and one daughter: settled in Saint John: 9) Harrison Galland Kinnear born 17 Dec 1797, d. 29 Jan 1850, m. 13 Mar 1820 Maria Ayer of Sackville, NB, b. 1803, d. 27 Jul 1887: settled at Middle Sackville and had three sons and five daughters: 10) Edward Kinnear b. 14 Nov 1798: d. in infancy:11) Anna Kinnear born 23 Aug 1800, d. 7 Dec 1855, m. 6 Sep 1825 Charles Frederick Frith of Saint John, NB: they had three daughters who died young: 12) Letitia Kinnear b. 2 Mar 1802, d. unm. 30 Oct 1865: 13) Caroline Kinnear born 25 Dec 1803, died Mar 1804: 14) Caroline Kinnear b. 10 Jan 1805, d. Aug 1806: 15) Eliza Kinnear b. 5 Oct 1806, died unm. 29 Aug 1823: 16) Emily Kinnear b. 28 Nov 1807, d. 1807. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: Andrew Kinnear, 2 pgs.: see also MC1286 Volume IX Dictionary of Canadian Biography, pages 430-431: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #29, September 1986: From the Sackville ( ) Town Book, page 58: see also Saint John Regional Library: David Russell Jack Bequest: Genealogy, microfilm reel F109, pages 126-128 which says Letitia Boyd came from Monareagh, five miles from Londonderry: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm F20987: see sheets for Andrew Kinnear and his , Israel see Kenny, IsraelKINNIE: Oliver Kinnie born in Scotland: first settled at Horton, NS: Children:1) Jeremy Kinnie: 2) Oliver Kinnie: 3) Nathan Kinnie: 4) Pierce Kinnie: 5) Sarah Kinnie (a twin): 6) Betsey Kinnie (twin): 7) Convace Kinnie (twin): 8) William Kinnie (twin): 9) James Kinnie b. 25 Apr 1796 at Hopewell, Albert County, NB, d. 14 Apr 1876, m. 1819 Narcissa Pearsen b. 24 Jan 1798 at Hopewell, NB, d. 25 Oct 1869: family lived in Germantown, Albert County. Source: MC1/Edgett, 34 pages: the file contains a copy of the Edgett family by Gurney Edgett, 1975: data on the Kinnie family is found on pages : Thomas Kinnie (Kinne, Kinney, Kennie, Kenny) born 12 Oct 1754 Voluntown or Preston, CT, d. 17 Aug 1806, s/o Nathan Kinnie and Elizabeth Tubbs: m. 15 Oct 1784 in Horton Twp, Kings County, NS, Olive Copp b. 16 Mar 1765 in Horton Twp., died 15 Dec 1837, d/o Samuel Copp and Elizabeth Leffingwell: came to NB and settled at New Horton in Harvey Parish, Albert County: Children:1) Jeremiah Kinnie born 13 May 1785, m. (1st) Elizabeth - , m. (2nd) 2 Apr 1841 Cynthia Outhouse b. c1802, d. Apr 1873, the widow of Thomas Dixon: 2) Hannah Kinnie b. 13 Mar 1787, d. 9 Aug 1847, m. Otis Cannon b. c1780, died 22 Jun 1864: 3) Thomas Kinnie born 24 Oct 1789, died 15 May 1849, m. (1st) 27 Oct 1814 Sarah Forsythe b. - , died 20 Feb 1815, married (2nd) 9 Feb 1837 Mary Ann Cameron born c1795, died 14 May 1869, widow of James Steeves: 4) Lucy Kinnie born 8 Nov 1791, d. 21 Oct 1864 at Bridgetown, NS, m. (1st) Anthony Stevens, m. (2nd) 12 Nov 1835 Daniel Bishop: 5) Nathan Kinnie b. 2 Jul 1793, m. 23 Apr 1818 Mary Passmore: 6) Mary Ann Kinnie born 23 Sep 1794, m. 21 Apr 1816 Daniel Cameron: 7) James Kinnie b. 25 Apr 1796, d. 14 Apr 1876 at Germantown, NB, m. 24 Jun 1819 Narcissa Pearson: 8) William Kinnie b. 5 Aug 1798: 9) Oliver Kinnie b. 5 Jun 1800, d. 1874, married 8 May 1823 Mary Rogers: 10) Converse Kinnie born 18 Nov 1802, d. 29 Aug 1877 in Maine, m. 2 Feb 1830 Arletta Milburn born 21 Mar 1810, d. 21 Jan 1896: 11) Pierce Kinnie born 18 Nov 1802, died 1862 at Dover, NB, m. (1st) 4 Oct 1827 Margaret O Neal b. 1809, d. 1846, m. (2nd) Rosanna Gaskin b. 12 Dec 1820, d. 9 Apr 1902, widow of Peter MacFarlane: 12) Sarah Kinnie b. 3 Aug 1805: 13) Ruth Kinnie b. 2 Aug 1805, m. 3 Jun 1824 John Taylor. Sources: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner s Early families revisited, page 167: Olive (Copp) Kinnie m. (2nd) John Cameron of Hillsborough, NB: see MC2966 Norman Dixon fonds, Kenny/Kinnie family, file 9A54a which contains a copy of Basil E. Kinney et al. Ancestors and descendants of Nathan Kinne of Preston, CT & Norton, , 323 pages. KINREAD: George Kinread b. 1782 Malew Parish, Castletown, Isle of Man, s/o John Kinread and Isabel Gawn of Castletown, Isle of Man: m. c1806 and his wife had six children before leaving Whitehaven, England for NB in 1820: they settled at Rexton in Richibucto Parish, Kent County: Children:1) Isabella Kinread b. 1808: 2) John Kinread born 8 Aug 1810 at Whitehaven, England, d. 10 Dec 1886 or 20 Dec 1896: first settled at Mill Creek, Kent County, then in Saint John, then in Moncton, Westmorland County: m. 23 Dec 1838 at Richibucto, Ann Peters b. 10 Jul 1817 at Folkestone, England, d. 18 Nov 1895 at Moncton, d/o Henry Peters and Mary Standing: had at least one child: 3) Elizabeth Kinread born 1812, married Daniel Dougherty b. 1814: 4) Margaret Kinread born 1814, d. 1856, married Henry Johnstone: 5) George Kinread b. 1815: 6) William Kinread b. c1819, d. 1898, m. (1st) Margaret Lamb b. 1825: had four children: m. (2nd) 1873 Eleanor Simmons: had one child: 7) Thomas Kinread born 22 Dec 1820, died 5 Oct 1882, married 26 Jan 1854 Hannah Tuttle born 12 Sep 1829 at Wallace, NS, d. 14 Mar 1899: they settled in Moncton, NB and had six children. Sources: MC80/2035 Joan N. MacNintch s The descendants of John Nugent, New Brunswick, Canada, pages 15, 87: see also MC80/2595 Barry Kinread Glencross The Kinread s of Kent County, New : James Kirk born 1794 on St. Andrews Day at St. Andrews, Fifeshire, Scotland, died May 1873: came to NB in 1816: settled in Saint John: m. (1st) Barbara Matthew d/o George Matthew: married (2nd) Charlotte Kerr d/o Dr. Kerr of Economy, NS: had at least one child, James Kirk who settled in Saint John. Sources: MC80/451 I. Allen Jack s History of St. Andrews s Society of Saint John, NB, pg 207: see MC80/467 David R. Jack s History of Saint Andrew s Church, Saint John, NB, page : John Kirk born c1799 in Carlingford Parish, County Louth, Ireland, d. May 1875: m. in Ireland, Catherine Dolohan: came to NB in 1832: settled in Lower Cove, Saint John: Children:1) William Kirk born Dec 1834, d. 4 Jan 1917, m. 2 Jun 1859 Mary Driscoll born in Ireland, d. 30 Jul 1925, d/o James and Catherine Driscoll: settled in Lower Cove: had twelve children: 2) Sarah Ann Kirk b. Mar 1837, m. 10 Oct 1850 Thomas Mills a native of Carlingford Parish: 3) Peter Kirk b. Dec 1839, m. 23 Apr 1863 Catherine Orr: had one daughter before they left Saint John: 4) James Kirk born c1842: 5) Patrick Kirk b. Apr 1844: 6) Michael Kirk born c1847: 7) John Kirk m. 20 Oct 1850 in Saint John, Mary McDermott a native of Ramelton, County Donegal, Ireland: settled in Saint John: had five children. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy s Together in exile, pages : William Kirk b. 1832 in Ireland, married Mary Brisnon b. c1836 in Ireland: they came to NB about 1856 and settled in Lower Cove, Saint John: Children:1) Catherine Kirk b. c1853 in Ireland: 2) Sarah Kirk born c1856 in Ireland: 3) Francis Kirk b. 1857 in Saint John: 4) Margaret Kirk b. 1860 in Saint John: 5) Mary Kirk b. 1862 in Saint John: 6) John Kirk b. 1864 in Saint John: 7) Charles Kirk b. 1869 in Saint John. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy s Together in exile, pages : William Kirk b. c1851 in County Antrim, Ireland, d. c1918, married in County Antrim, Annie Noble born c1857 in County Antrim, d. 1915: the family came to NB and settled at Oak Point, Westfield Parish, Kings County: Children:1) John Kirk: 2) Mary Jane Kirk born 30 Aug 1878 at Belfast, Ireland, died 20 Apr 1927 at Jerusalem, Queens County: m. 10 Sep 1902 at Saint John, James E. Paisley b. 3 May 1877 at Jerusalem, d 5 Jun 1937 at Lawrence, MA, s/o William Paisley and Lillie Ann Campbell: 3) Elizabeth Kirk born c1880: 4) Selina Mae Kirk b. 1882, d. 18 Apr 1960 at Lancaster, Saint John County: 5) William Henry Kirk b. c1885, d. 22 Apr 1959 at Oak Point, NB, m. Sadie Akerley. Source: MC80/2249 Verna M. Hoffman s Christopher McConchie family, section #5, page : Andrew Kirkpatrick b. c1800 s/o Andrew Kirkpatrick, d. 18 May 1880, married 15 Dec 1822 Jane McPhilomy born c1800, died 15 Dec 1868: came from Scotland to NB and settled at Rothesay, Kings County: Children:1) Mary Kirkpatrick born 8 Sep 1823: 2) Andrew Kirkpatrick b. 12 Dec 1824: 3) Joseph Kirkpatrick born 15 Oct 1825: 4) Margaret Kirkpatrick born 25 Oct 1827: 5) Helen Kirkpatrick b. 29 Oct 1828: 6) William Kirkpatrick born 2 Aug 1830, d. 16 May 1906, m. 31 Oct 1860 Margaret Christie: 7) Eliza Kirkpatrick b. 7 Mar 1832: 8) Elijah Kirkpatrick born 26 Dec 1833: 9) John Kirkpatrick born c1834: 10) David Kirkpatrick b. c1836: 11) Samuel Kirkpatrick b. c1837: 12) Marie Kirkpatrick b. 29 Jan 1839: 13) Caroline Kirkpatrick b. 8 Aug 1841. Source: MC1/ Kirkpatrick, 8 : George Kirkpatrick b. c1782 in Kilbarron Parish, County Donegal, Ireland, d. 26 Jun 1823 at Carricknahorna, Kilbarron Parish, possibly s/o Barnabas Kirkpatrick, m. in Ireland, Margaret Patterson born c1786 in County Donegal, died 4 Nov 1861, d/o William Patterson of Fanat, County Donegal: widow and children came to NB in 1831 to join oldest son who had come to NB in 1825: they settled at Patterson Settlement in Petersville Parish, Queens County: Children were all born in Ireland:1) Barney/Bernard Kirkpatrick born 22 Dec 1806, d. 5 Jan 1895, m. (1st) 16 Jan 1827 Catherine Morrison b. - , d. c1829: they had two children: m. (2nd) 10 Aug 1830 at Quaco in Saint Martins Parish, Saint John County, Eleanor Cochrane born 1812 in Ireland, died 23 Nov 1871: they settled at St. Martins and had six children: 2) William Kirkpatrick born 1809, d. 24 May 1895, m. 9 Nov 1836 in Saint John, Margaret McFawn b. 1821 in Ireland, d. 18 Nov 1893: they settled at Patterson Settlement and had twelve children: 3) James Kirkpatrick b. 1810, d. 17 Dec 1891 at Gaspereau Station or Wirral, NB, m. 27 Dec 1831 at Burton, Sunbury County, Susannah Patterson b. 1815 in Ireland, d. 9 Oct 1884, d/o William Patterson and Jane Eastwood: settled in Patterson Settlement and had ten children: 4) George Kirkpatrick born 1812, died 26 Jul 1896, m. 10 Apr 1845 at Saint John Mary Jane Gibson born 1822, died 14 Mar 1909, d/o Edward Gibson: first settled at Wirral, then about 1870 to Vanceboro, ME, then to Everett, MA: 5) John Kirkpatrick born 1816, d. 7 Aug 1895, m. 23 Nov 1841 at Blissville, NB, Mary McFawn born 1823 in Ireland, d. 7 May 1873: settled at Patterson Settlement and had seven children: 6) David Kirkpatrick b. 18 Sep 1818, d. 23 Mar 1907, m. 5 Sep 1850 at Saint John, Ruth Ann Gibson born 1822 in Ireland, died 27 Dec 1912, d/o Edward Gibson: settled at Patterson Settlement and had five children: 7) Walter Kirkpatrick born 1820, died 14 Dec 1895, married 23 Nov 1848 at Petersville, Elizabeth Herron/Haran/Harren b. 27 May 1832 at St. Martins, d. 18 Nov 1908: settled at Patterson Settlement and had twelve children: 8) Fitzmaurice Kirkpatrick b. 1822, d. 23 Jun 1884 m. (1st) 4 or 9 Oct 1845 at Blissville, Jane Kane born c1820, died 18 Nov 1852, d/o Peter Kane and Sarah Jane Patterson settled at Gaspereau Station and had four children: m. (2nd) 27 Apr 1853 at Saint John, Elizabeth Eastwood b. 14 Jul 1834, d. 22 Jun 1911 at Houlton, ME, d/o Joseph Eastwood and Nancy Patterson: they had twelve children: 9) Catherine Kirkpatrick. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pages 258-260: see also MC80/2109 Donald F. Alerdice s The Charters family of New Brunswick, Canada, page 440: see also MC80/2211 Pauline Johnson s Descendants of George Kirkpatrick and Margaret Patterson: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 207: see MC80/2706 Sharon Knorr s Hoyt pioneer cemetery, pgs. 12-13: see also MC1416 Kirkpatrick genealogical : James Kirkpatrick born 1796 in Ireland, married Sarah McBride born in 1796 in Ireland: probably d/o James and Jane McBride of Watson Settlement, Richmond Parish: came to NB about 1822 and settled near Debec in Richmond Parish, Carleton County: Children:1) Euphemia Kirkpatrick born 1822 in Ireland, married James Sanderson: had children: 2) John Kirkpatrick b. 1825 in NB: 3) Alexander Kirkpatrick born 1827, married Margaret McKee: settled on the homestead and had children: 4) James Kirkpatrick born 1829, m. Rose Bradstreet: settled near Debec and had issue: 5) Mary Jane Kirkpatrick b. 1831: 6) Theresa Kirkpatrick b. 1833: 7) Sarah Kirkpatrick born 1835: 8) Robert Kirkpatrick b. 1839. Source: MC80/854 Benn s A historical sketch of Methodism in Richmond, pages 3-4: James Kirkpatrick had siblings who also settled in NB: John Kirkpatrick; Walter Kirkpatrick married Margaret Carr and settled in Elmwood, Richmond Parish: had issue; Thomas Kirkpatrick married Jane Atkinson: they settled in Elmwood, Richmond Parish and had issue: Theresa Kirkpatrick married James Carson; and Catherine : George Kirsop born 1787 at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, d. 21 Mar 1851, m. Susannah - b. 1789, d. 28 Mar 1861: came to NB in 1837 and settled at Gardner Creek, Simonds Parish, Saint John County:Children born in England:1) Susan Kirsop b. - , m. 25 Jun 1844 James McWilliams of Portland Parish, Saint John County:2) Jane Kirsop b. - , m. 18 Nov 1852 James Noble: settled in Portland Parish:3) Robert Kirsop b. - , married 24 May 1839 in Saint John, Sarah Dickson d/o William and Mary Dickson: had at least two children:4) George Kirsop b. - , died 10 Apr 1923 at Saint John: settled at Black River, Simonds Parish, NB:5) William Kirsop b. c1826, d. 14 Aug : MC80/2933 Mary M. Bedford s John McLeod Shipbuilding Company, Black River, NB, page : John George Kirtley born 1835 at Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, d. 17 Feb 1913, s/o William and Mary Kirtley: m. (1st) - , (2nd) Jane Eliza Scorer born in England, d. at Stettler, AB: family came to NB in 1902 and first settled in Kings County: Children of first wife:1) Isabella Kirtley: 2) Polly Kirtley b. - , d. at Ingleside, Kings County: 3) Lillian Kirtley b. - , died unmarried: Children of second wife:4) John George Kirtley born 30 Nov 1880 at Greenside, England, died on 24 Jan 1959 at Grand Bay in Kings County: m. 5 Nov 1923 at Westfield in Kings County, Helen Eliza Hayter: 5) Ada Kirtley: 6) Jane Kirtley married Chesley Stevens: 7) Harry Kirtley: 8) William Kirtley. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page : Thomas Kitchen born in England, d. 1799 in Saint John: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: first settled on Belleisle Bay, Kingston Parish, Kings County, then moved to Saint : MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau s New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 : Matthias Kizer was from the Bucks County, Pennsylvania area: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and is named in the 1784 muster roll for Beaver Harbour, Pennfield Parish, Charlotte County. Source: MC80/1720 Theodore C. Holmes Loyalists to Canada: the 1783 settlement of Quakers and others at Passamaquoddy, pages : Moses Knapp b. - , d. 1800, m. Elsey - : he served in New York Volunteers: they came from North Castle, NY to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled on Hammond River in Kings : MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 21, No. 1, Spring 1999, Wright s Knapp, page : Titus Knapp born 1757 at Rye, NY, died 13 Jun 1828, s/o Timothy Knapp and Alice Adee: he moved from North Castle, NY to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled at Westmorland Point near Fort Cumberland in Westmorland County: married Catherine Dickson born 1767, d. 10 Mar 1841, d/o Thomas Dickson and Catherine Wethered of Point de Bute, NB:Children mentioned:1) William Dickson Knapp born Mar 1788 at Westmorland Point, NB, died 5 Mar 1862, married 29 Jan 1819 Margaret Quigley b. 1798 at Digby, NS, died 10 Nov 1869, d/o Winkworth and Hannah Quigley: settled at Westmorland Point and had thirteen children:2) Titus T. Knapp Jr. b. 1790, d. 9 Jul 1811: 3) Charles Knapp. Sources: MC1/Knapp #1,2, 3 pages: files includes a one page article by Wright titled Pioneer Families of New Brunswick: see also MC1156 Graves Papers: Titus Knapp, 1 page which claims William D. Knapp m. Margaret Tingley and had thirteen children: see MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 188-191 which says Titus s parents were Charles E. Titus and Mary Adee: see MC2966 Norman Dixon fonds, Knapp family, file 9A57, contains a copy of Ralph R. Knapp s Titus Knapp and Catherine Dickson genealogy, 146 : Joshua Knight Sr. born 30 Sep 1731, died 1801 or 1806, s/o Isaac and Elizabeth Knight of Philadelphia, PA, m. 18 Sep 1753 at Abington, PA, a suburb of Philadelphia, Sarah Tyson born 5 Mar 1727 d/o John Tyson: these Quakers came to NB 1783 as Loyalists: settled at Beaver Harbour in Pennfield Parish, Charlotte County: Children:1) Isaac Knight b. 1751: remained in USA: 2) John Knight born c1760, died c1797, m. c1785 Euphemia Loughborough d/o John and Margaret Loughborough of Abington, PA: settled in Beaver Harbour: 3) Jonathan Knight born 8 Jun 1764: remained in the US: 4) Joshua Knight Jr. b. 1766, d. 1816, m. 2 Oct 1794 Jane Vernon b. 1776, d. 1813: settled in Beaver Harbour and had children: 5) Edmund Knight born 1767, died by 1797: 6) Priscilla Knight born 1771, m. c1786 Caleb Paul b. 1758 s/o James Paul and Mary Worth of PA, and Beaver Harbour: settled in Beaver Harbour, NB: 7) Jacob Knight: 8) Sarah Knight. Sources: MC1/Knight, 13 pages: Joshua s widow Euphemia (Loughborough) Knight married (2nd) John Harris, a Quaker: see also MC80/358 Collections of New Brunswick Historical Society, Volume 1, No. 18, pages 185-194: see also MC80/1002 Saint John Branch NBGS, Generations 10, pages 130-132: Euphemia s brother, Nathaniel Loughborough came to NB and settled in Charlotte County: see MC80/1720 Theodore C. Holmes Loyalists to Canada: the 1783 settlement of Quakers and others at Passamaquoddy, pages 77-79: see also MC3168 Knight and Harding Collection for family : Joshua Knight Jr. b. 1766 at Abington, PA, d. 1816, s/o Joshua Knight and Sarah Tyson: came to NB: settled at Beaver Harbour, Pennfield Parish, Charlotte County: m. 2 Oct 1794 Jane Vernon born 1776, died 1813, d/o Gideon Vernon and Phoebe Farr of Chester, PA and Beaver Harbour: Children:1) Joshua Knight born 3 Aug 1795, d. 11 Feb 1851, married (1st) 9 Jan 1821 Elizabeth Justason b. 1803, died 1842, d/o Justus Justason and Susannah Chaffey of Pennfield, NB: had five children: married (2nd) 7 Dec 1843 Rachel Ann Wetmore born 3 Aug 1812 d/o Josiah Wetmore and Rachel Sherwood: no children: 2) Gideon Knight born 14 Oct 1796, d. 1863, m. 3 Sep 1826 Sarah Wetmore born 1 Dec 1791, died 1874, sister of Rachel: had no issue: 3) Sarah Knight b. 16 Apr 1798, d. 1890, m. 1 May 1820 Jesse Prescott born 1791 at Deerfield, NH, died 1886: settled at Pennfield, NB and had issue: 4) Phoebe Knight b. 14 Jan 1800, d. by 1808: 5) Isaac Knight b. 20 May 1801, d. 1867, m. 14 Mar 1824 Mary Carmichael of Digdeguash, NB, born 1797, d. 1878: settled in St. George: 6) Moses Knight b. 9 Mar 1802, d. 1868, m. Sarah Pollack: went to Ontario: 7) Priscilla Knight b. 30 Sep 1804, m. 19 May 1822 Robert Vardon Hanson born 1795 died 1877, s/o John Hanson and Elizabeth Clark: 7) Moses Knight b. 9 Mar 1802, d. 1868, m. Sara Pollack: moved to Ontario: 8) Edmund Knight b. 1 Jul 1806: went to Ontario: 9) Pheobe Vernon Knight b. 5 Jun 1808, d. c1840, m. 29 Dec 1827 George Thompson b. 1784, d. 1841: 10) Mary Ann Knight born 5 Jun 1808, d. 1872, m. (1st) 9 Aug 1827 David McLellan b. 1801, d. 1840, m. (2nd) 26 Oct 1843 Benjamin Herrington born 1792, died 1856: 11) Amy Knight b. 6 Sep 1810, d. 1889: 12) John Knight b. 1812, d. 1875, married (1st) Lily Leslie, m. (2nd) Amelia MacDonald: moved to Sources: MC1/Knight #1, 10 pages: see also MC80/1002 Saint John Branch NBGS, Generations 10, pages 130 to 132: see also MC80/1720 Theodore C. Holmes Loyalists to Canada: the 1783 settlement of Quakers and others at Passamaquoddy, pages 77-79: see also MC581 Joshua Knight fonds: see also MC939 New Brunswick Museum: Additional Loyalist documents, : Richard Knight born 1788 at Devon, England, d. 23 May 1860 at Sackville, Westmorland County: he came to NB about 1848 and served as a Methodist minister. Source: MC80/97 E. Arthur Betts Bishop Black and his preachers, page : Samuel Knight b. 19 Oct 1799 Port Guernsey on Isle of Guernsey in England, d. 13 Feb 1869, s/o Richard Knight and Rachel Renouf: he came to NB and first settled at Jemseg and then at Cambridge Narrows in Cambridge Parish, Queens County: he m. 24 Jul 1817 in Burton Parish, Sunbury County, Sophia Holland b. 1 Sep 1798 at Cambridge Narrows, NB, d. 9 Sep 1873, d/o Joseph Holland and Catharine Esther Thorne: Children:1) Harriet Knight b 17 May 1817 at Burton, NB, d. 24 Jul 1898 at Cambridge Narrows, NB, m. 23 Jul 1835 in Queens County, NB, William Parks and had six children: 2) Robert Knight b. 1820:3) Phoebe Knight b. 22 May 1821, m. Daniel Parks and had fourteen children: 4) Richard Knight b. 9 Oct 1823, m. Rhoda Ellsworth: 5) Esther Knight b. 1 Aug 1826, d. after 1891, m. 11 Jul 1844 at Grand Lake, Charles Henry Wood:6) Peter Knight b. 15 Jun 1829, m. Annie Brittain: settled on homestead: had eight children:7) Susanne Sophia Knight b. 16 May 1830, m. Hugh Cameron: 8) May Elizabeth Knight born 7 May 1832, m. Isaac Cromwell:9) Henry Knight b. 20 Dec 1836: 10) Frances L. Knight b. 21 Aug 1839: 11) Samuel Joseph Knight b. 2 Nov 1843, d. 15 Jul 1845. Sources: MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, page 36: see also MC80/2855 Kay Clarke s Roy Gilbert Lester and family of New Brunswick and Alberta, see family group record for Samuel : James Knollin b. c1790 at Kingsteignton, Devonshire, England, d. 17 May 1866: came to NB in 1820 and settled at Smiths Creek in Studholm Parish, Kings County: m. Eliza A. - born c1809 in NB, d. 1873: Children:1) E. Clara Knollin born c1830: 2) James C. Knollin born c1832: 3) Loyal P. Knollin b. c1834, d. 1910, married Hannah - b. 1853, d. 1892: 4) Richard Knollin born 1836, d. 1882: 5) Mary Jane Knollin b. c1841: 6) Eliza A. Knollin b. c1844: 7) Sarah Matilda Knollin b. c1847. Sources: MC80/1 Grace Aiton s The story of Sussex and vicinity, page 58: James and Eliza had at least two sons who became Baptist ministers: see also MC80/1514 John R. Elliott s Gone but not forgotten, Volume 1: Gosline Cemetery, Smiths Creek, Studholm Parish, page 53: also see the Kings County census : Jacob Knorr b. c1817 in Germany, d. after 1891, m. Christiana - b. c1815 in Germany, d. before 1891: came from Gochsen, Neckarsulm, Baden in Wuerttenberg, Germany to NB about 1854 and first settled on the Spur Cove Road, then at Randolph in Lancaster Parish, Saint John County: by 1881 some of family members settled at Germany, Blissville Parish, Sunbury County: Possible children in an estimated order:1) Henry Knorr b. c1843 in Germany, m. Eliza - : first settled in Saint John:4) John Knorr born c1846 in Germany, m. 19 Jul 1870 Lucinda Fromm of Point de Bute, Westmorland County, b. c1853 in NB, d/o Andrew and Louisa Fromm: had issue:2) Jacob Knorr born c1848, m. 16 Feb 1874 Louisa Fromm of Point de Bute, Westmorland County, b. c1856, d/o Andrew and Louisa Fromm: first settled at Randolph, Lancaster Parish, then Blissville: had issue:3) Rosanna C. Knorr born c1856 in Saint John: m. at Amherst, NS, Charles Gates of River Hebert, Cumberland County, NS, born c1852 in Germany s/o William and Elizabeth Gates:4) Charles Knorr b. : MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 22, No. 2, Summer 2000, Lorena M. (Knorr) Sinclair s Knorr family of New Brunswick, pages : Edward T. Knowles born 5 Jan 1804 in Newport, NS, d. 1884, s/o Henry Knowles and Grace Church: m. (1st) Mrs. Sibyl (Thorne) Hall b. - , d. Dec 1848, d/o James Thorne of Granville, NS and the widow of Capt. Moses Hall: m. (2nd) Phoebe J. Chesley b. - , d. 1850, d/o Samuel Chesley of Granville: married (3rd) Ethelinda A. Busby d/o Sampson Busby and Maria Byard: came to NB and settled in Saint John: Children of first wife:1) Joseph S. Knowles b. 1835 in Granville, NS, married Feb 1887 Emma N. Noble, d/o Robert J. Noble of Halifax: they settled in Saint John, NB: 2) Edward T. Knowles d. in infancy: 3) Anna Sneden Knowles married Stephen J. King and had seven children: 4) Jane Hall Knowles died in infancy: Child of second wife: 5) Edward Knowles b. 26 Jan 1850, married 1888 Mary H. Thorne d/o Richard W. Thorne. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 121-125: Sibyl Hall had a daughter, Elizabeth P. Hall who m. John H. Foster of Saint John: Edward T. had sisters, Mary Knowles who m. Samuel Godfrey and settled in Albert County: and Phoebe E. Knowles who m. Mark Rathbun and settled in Fredericton, : Marmaduke Knowles b. 1807 Kinneigh, County Cork, Ireland, died 10 Sep 1901, m. Margaret - : Survived by:1) Tamsen Knowles b. - , died after 1901, m. Isaac MacFarlane of New Haven, CT: 2) Walter Knowles b. - , died after 1901: 3) Thomas Knowles b. - , died after 1901: Pre-deceased by:1) Walter Knowles born 1843, d. Oct 1846: 2) William Knowles b. 1845, died Oct 1846: 3) William Knowles b. 1851, d. 10 Mar 1869: 4) Mary Knowles b. 1852, d. Sep 1854: 5) Mary Knowles born 10 Mar 1855, died 20 Jun 1855. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, pgs. 130-131. KNOWLES: Thomas Knowles born 1799, d. 1885, s/o William Knowles: he came to NB and settled by 1831 in New Bandon Parish, Gloucester County: m. Ann Hillock: Children:1) William Knowles: went west in 1842: 2) Robert Knowles: 3) Richard Knowles: 4) George Knowles: 5) Alexander Knowles: later went out west: 6) John Knowles: 7) Hannah Knowles: 8) Clara Knowles: 9) Cora Knowles: she joined her brothers and went out west. Source: MC80/40 Margaret Hunter s Pioneer settlers of the Bay of Chaleur, page 16: Thomas s brother William Knowles married Elizabeth Harley born 1786, d. 1876, settled nearby and had John Knowles and Richard : Thomas Knowles born 1800 in Ireland, d. 9 Sep 1873, married Rebecca - born 1807 in County Cork, Ireland, died 7 May 1873: they came to NB in 1835 and settled in Saint John. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page : Daniel Knowlton born in 1726 in Ashford, CT, died c1795 at Advocate Harbor, NS, s/o Robert Knowlton and Hannah Robinson: m. (1st) 7 Nov 1745 at Ashford, CT, Zerviah Watkins d/o William Watkins: m. (2nd) widow of Col. Joseph Scott: came to NS in 1760 and settled near Truro: about 1700 the family moved to NB and settled at Sackville in Westmorland County: Children:1) Daniel Knowlton: 2) Eleanor Knowlton: 3) Miriam Marjorie Knowlton m. before 1784 James Lockhart: settled in Sackville area and had issue: later went to Parrsboro, NS: 4) Caleb Knowlton was later given his father s Sackville property when his father moved back to NS. Source: MC80/1308 Frank A. Walker s The Maritime province ancestors of Frank Arthur Walker Jr. and Joel Forbes Walker, pages : George Knox born 1779 in County Down, Ireland, died 8 May 1846, m. Margaret McKee b. 1789 in County Down, d. 6 Jun 1867: came to NB and settled in Saint John: Survived by:1) Elizabeth Ann Knox born 1819, d. 26 Apr 1879, m. 16 Jan 1840 at Saint John, John Mitchell of Portland, Saint John, b. 1815 County Down: had six children: 2) George Knox: settled in Cleveland, OH: 3) Sarah Jane Knox married Alexander Anderson of Saint John: 4) Margaret Knox married William Young of Saint John, NB: 5) William Knox b. c1824, d. 19 Oct 1881 at Moruya, Australia. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville s A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page : George Knox b. c1802 in Ireland: came to NB in 1831 and settled in Burton Parish, Sunbury County: married Mary Ann - born c1817 in NB: Children:1) William Knox b. 1843, d. 22 Dec 1878, m. 6 Oct 1864 Sarah J. Gaunce: 2) Andrew Knox b. 1845: 3) Sarah Knox b. 1848: 4) Lucinda Knox b. 1850: 5) John Knox born 1852: 6) Robert H. Knox born 1855: 7) Anna Knox b. 1860: 8) Adelaide Knox b. 1862. Source: MC1/ Knox, 5 : James Knox born in County Down, Ireland, married in Ireland, Ellen Irving born 1782 at Mourne, County Down, died 9 Apr 1867: came to NB and settled at McLarens Beach (Sand Cove), Lancaster Parish, Saint John County: Children:1) William Knox born 1810 County Down, died Oct 1870 in Lancaster Parish, m. 28 Jul 1838 Saint John, Jane Eliza MacLaren b. 1821 in Ture Townland, Templemore Parish, County Down: 2) Elizabeth Jane Knox born 29 Mar 1819 in County Down, died 4 Mar 1881, m. 28 Jul 1838 at Saint John, John MacLaren b. 13 Jun 1810 Ture Townland, died 10 Feb 1866, s/o Robert and Elizabeth MacLaren: settled at McLarens Beach: had issue: 3) James Knox: 4) Ellen Knox: 5) Charles Knox. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson s New Brunswick lineages, pgs. 209 to 210: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 159. KNOX: James Knox b. 1833 in Rothesay, Buteshire, Scotland s/o John Knox and Marion Walker: they came to NB in 1855: settled in Saint John: m. 1858 Annie Farmer born in Saint John d/o Richard Farmer, a native of Yorkshire, England: Children:1) James Walker Knox born 13 Mar 1863, died 13 Mar 1897 in Hong Kong, China, m. Miss Allen and had three children: 2) Marion Knox: 3) Richard Knox married Josephine Dick: had two children: 4) John Knox: 5) Annie Knox. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack s Biographical Review, pages 295-296: when James Knox came to Saint John he worked for uncle, John Walker who had arrived in Saint John in : John Knox came to NB and settled at or near Sackville, Westmorland County: married Catherine Akerley b. 6 Feb 1788 at Sackville:Children:1) Oliver Akerley Knox b. 11 Mar 1807: 2) John Knox b. 23 Dec 1809: 3) Mary Salter Knox b. 22 Jun 1811: 4) Lucy Akerley Knox b. 20 Jan 1813: 5) James Cook Knox b. 26 Mar 1815: 6) Charles Hill Knox b. 31 Jul 1818: 7) Robert Salter Knox b. 10 Oct : MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #29, September 1986: From the Sackville ( ) Town Book, page : John Knox: he came from Windsor, NS to NB in 1781 and settled in Gagetown, Queens County: m. (1st) Mary - : had two daughters: m. (2nd) Mary Salter and had four sons: Children:1) Margaret Knox bp. 14 Sep 1788, m. 26 Mar 1794 Griffin Corey born 27 Feb 1769 at Cortlandt Manor in Westchester County, NY, s/o Griffin Corey and Sarah Smith: 2) William Salter Knox bp. 14 Sep 1788, buried on 13 Nov 1831, m. 19 Feb 1821 at Gagetown, Catherine Corey bp. on 17 Jul 1796, d/o Thomas Corey and Catherine Vail: had five children: 3) possible son, George Knox married Hannah Dingee: settled in Gagetown and had issue: 4) Charles Knox b. 1800, m. Eleanor - b. 1818 at Sheffield, NB: settled in Sheffield Parish and had two children: later settled at North Folks, NB and had five more children: 5) James Cook Knox b. 1801, m. 4 Jun 1823 Elizabeth Vail b. 1801 in NB: settled in Sheffield Parish and had eleven children: 6) Alexander Knox. Sources: MC80/2217 Douglas Murray s Our family tree: see also MC80/717 Stanley Corey s The Corey/Cory families of New Brunswick, Canada, pages 10, 19, and 26: widow Catherine (Corey) Knox m. (2nd) Hezekiah Estabrooks b. 18 Jul 1779: they settled in Carleton County: KNUTTON, John see under NUTTING, : Simon Kollock born on 11 Mar 1744 at Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware, died after 1791, s/o Shephard Kollock and Mary Goddard: m. 31 Oct 1765 at Lewes, Catherine Perry born 1748, d. 14 Sep 1766, d/o Charles and Eleanor Perry: married (2nd) c1767 Ann Catherine Burton of Scottish descent, b. c1748, d. 6 Jun 1845: came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled on the Miramichi River in Northumberland County: Child of first wife: 1) Charles Perry Kollock b. 21 Aug 1766 Lewes, Delaware, d. 22 Oct 1766:Children of second wife:2) Jacob Kollock born 1769, m. Miriam Norton d/o James Norton: they first settled at Bay du Vin, then at Kouchibouguac, Kent County: 3) Joseph Kollock b. c1770: 4) William Shepherd Kollock b. 20 Nov 1775: settled in Sussex County, Deleware: married and had issue. Sources: MC1/Kollock, 10 pages: see also MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 3 pages: see entry for Simon Kollock: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Kollock family, microfilm F11085, 3 : Joseph Koven b. 1859, d. 1918, m. Rachel - b. 1859, d. 19 Jul 1950: came to NB and probably settled in Saint John: Children:1) Barnett Koven born 1889, d. 17 Feb 1946, m. Bessie Sunkin b. - , died 14 Jun 1976: 2) Sydney Koven b. 1896, d. 1957, m. Marjorie Rappaport b. 1905, d. 1963: 3) Morris Koven b. - , died 5 Sep 1954, m. Rose - b. - , died 1 Sep 1948: 4) Anna Koven b. - , d. 10 Jan 1977, m. Hyman Garson b. - , d. 24 Jul 1979: 5) Sarah Koven born 15 Dec 1886, died 21 Dec 1960, married Mr. Haitow. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages : Hamilton Kyle born c1816 in Ireland, d. 1 Jul 1904 in Harvey Parish: came to NB and settled in Alma Parish, Albert County: married 3 May 1839 in Harvey Parish, Marjorie Alcorn b. c1820 in Ireland, d. 27 Jan 1893 in Alma Parish, d/o William Alcorn and Nellie McKinley:Children:1) Ellen Jane Kyle b. c1840 in Albert County, died 6 Jun 1902, m. 7 Jul 1862 Thomas Matthews b. 1837, d. 1914: settled at Point Wolfe, Alma Parish and had one child: 2) Charles Kyle born c1842 in Alma Parish, m. 27 Jun 1871 in Alma Parish, Susan Jane McQuaid born c1850 in Alma Parish, d/o James and Mary Jane McQuaid: settled in Alma Parish and had three children: 3) Elizabeth Ann Kyle born Nov 1843 in Alma Parish, NB, died 27 Jan 1872:4) Letitia Kyle b. c1845 in Alma Parish, d. 1 Apr 1879, m. Jun 1871 in Alma Parish, George L. Woodworth born c1844 at Hopewell, Albert County, d. 12 Sep 1908: had one child: 5) Sarah Margaret Kyle b. c1846 in Alma Parish, died 29 Mar 1872, m. 6 Jun 1869 in Alma Parish, Jeremiah Kinnie born 21 May 1836 in Albert County, died 24 Jun 1922: they settled at Hastings, Alma Parish and had three children:6) William K. Kyle b. c1848 in Alma Parish, d. 28 Oct 1875: 7) Catherine Kyle born c1850 in Alma Parish, m. 6 Nov 1879 in Alma Parish, Charles Moore born c1853 in Harvey Parish: settled in Harvey Parish and had one child:8) Hamilton Kyle b. c1851 in Alma Parish, d. 1930, m. 6 Aug 1878 in Alma Parish, Ella J. Alexander b. 1857: settled in Alma Parish: had three children:9) Julia Kyle b. : MC2966 Norman Dixon fonds, Alcorn family, file 16A1a William Alcorn, second last section, 20 : James Kyle b. in Edinburgh, Scotland, m. Nancy McColl: came to NB: settled in St. Andrews, then in Saint Patricks Parish, Charlotte County:Children mentioned:1) Jenny Kyle m. Mr. Moore of Coleraine, Ireland: settled in St. Andrews and had three children: 2) Nancy Kyle married George Augherton of Coleraine, Ireland: settled in St. Andrews and had seven children:3) James Kyle m. and had two : Charlotte County scrapbook: Hanson genealogy on microfilm F69, pages 97, 97A, :First Families is a collection of genealogical information taken from various sources that were periodically submitted to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. The information has not been verified against any official records. Since the information in First Families is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use the information to verify its accuracy.

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