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This page is a continuation of the work compiled by Wendy Jack from Generations 1-4 of the BARTLEY FAMILY. There are once again several notable stories.
John Hamilton GRAY as premier of PEI hosted the Charlottetown Conference in 1863 which laid the ground work for Canada's Conferation some four years later. Regrettably for GRAY, the people of PEI rejected union at that time and he resigned. Had he stayed in office for another four years, one of life's ironies is that the Fathers of Confederation would have included two John Hamilton GRAYs - the second was premier of NB.
Acheson George Henry GILMORE, Samuel GILMORE and David JACKSON are all related to Sir Thomas JACKSON are part of the larger HSBC story. (The last I know of this Samuel GIMORE is that he was a Japanese prisoner of war in a Hong Kong hotel)
Sharon Oddie Brown, August 2, 2005

Bartley Fifth Generation (continued from generations 1-4)

 ......39.  Thomas REED was born on 14 June 1809.  Occupation: doctor.  Thomas married Mary Anna HODGE . [i]   Mary died in 1868. [ii]   She was buried in the graveyard of Cahans Presbyterian Church in Lisnaveane, Parish of Tullycorbet, Co Monaghan, Ireland. [iii]  Thomas died in 1871. [iv]   He was buried in the graveyard of Cahans Presbyterian Church in Lisnaveane, Parish of Tullycorbet, Co Monaghan, Ireland. [v] Thomas REED and Mary Anna HODGE had the following children:  

    +    79       i. Sarah Jane REED died 1 November 1920. [vi]

          80      ii. Martha REED .

          81     iii. Robert REED was born in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 7 March 1846. [vii]   Robert is presumed to have died in infancy, as a sibling was also named Robert the following year.

    +    82     iv. Robert Hamilton REED was born on 24 October 1847 [viii] and died 16 September 1881. [ix]

          83      v. Letitia REED was born in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 26 December 1849. [x]

          84     vi. John Stephenson REED was born in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 22 April 1852. [xi]   At one stage, John was engaged to Sarah McCULLAGH (later WHITESIDE).  A letter written to Sarah by John's brother Robert, while on his honeymoon after marrying Margaret JACKSON, urged Sarah: Now I hope dear Sarah you won't feel lonely after Maggie.  If you do then the best thing for you is to follow her good example & say yes. [xii] Sarah evidently took this advice, for she later recorded:  8 Apr - John S. Ried died today, to whom I was engaged for some time. [xiii] The couple parted and went their separate ways - John's taking him to India, and Sarah's eventually to Australia. John died 8 April 1886 in Cachar, Assam, India. [xiv]

          85    vii. Annie REED was born circa 1853. [xv]   Annie died 3 November 1923 in England. [xvi]   She was buried 8 November 1923 at St Andrew's Churchyard in Moretonhampstead, Devonshire, England. [xvii]   This may be the same person as Mary Anne, born 24 June 1854 (see below).

          86    viii. Mary Anne REED was born in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 24 June 1854. [xviii]   This may be the same person as Annie (whose birth year 1853 was calculated from her age at death).

       48.  Caroline Christiana BARTLEY was born circa 1826. [xix]  Caroline married Edmund Pinnock DENNISS on 3 September 1850 at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Brompton, London, England. [xx]   Edmund was born in Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.  He was the son of George Hamson DENNISS and Harriot Matilda PICKERSGILL .  Edmund died 10 December 1863. [xxi]   Caroline died 23 October 1877 in Hadley, Herefordshire, England. [xxii] Caroline Christiana BARTLEY and Edmund Pinnock DENNISS had the following children:

          87       i. Jessey Harriett DENNISS was born in May 1852. [xxiii]   Jessey married Thomas WATSON on 22 June 1882 at the parish church in Hadley, Herefordshire, England. [xxiv]

    +    88      ii. Edmund Robert Bartley DENNISS was born on 9 April 1854 [xxv] and died 20 March 1931. [xxvi]

          89     iii. Augustus Brooke Warden DENNISS was born in March 1858. [xxvii]   Occupation: minister.  Augustus was the vicar of Chignall in Essex, then of Sale Memorial Church in Sheffield.  At the time of his death he was the assistant priest at St Saviour's Church in Woodend, London. Augustus died 26 October 1910 at Alexandra Park in Wood Green, London, England. [xxviii]   He was buried 29 October 1910 at the parish church in Hendon, Middlesex, England. [xxix]   His interment followed a funeral service at St Saviour's Church in Alexandra Park Rd, Woodend, London, England.

    +    90     iv. Georgina Louisa DENNISS was born in June 1861. [xxx]

       55.  Susan Ellen BARTLEY was born circa 1825. [xxxi]   Susan married John Hamilton GRAY . [xxxii]   John was born on 14 June 1811 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. [xxxiii]   He was the son of Robert GRAY and Mary BURNS .  John grew up on Prince Edward Island, and in his teens was sent to England to complete his education.  In his early twenties he joined the British Army, and served with the 7th Dragoon Guards for 21 years, mainly in India and South Africa, and retired with the rank of colonel in 1852.

       On his return to Prince Edward Island, John quickly became involved in the political affairs of the colony.  He was appointed to the Legislative Council on 12 April 1854, but resigned his position to return to military duty at the outbreak of the Crimean War.

       After a further two year absence, John again returned to Island politics at a time when religious differences were set to be a dominant factor in political life for twenty years.  He was a strong supporter of the view that the Bible should be taught in schools - a view vigorously opposed by the Island's large Catholic minority.  As an elder of St James kirk and the chairman of several influential Protestant meetings in 1857 and 1858, John came to be seen as a champion of the Protestant cause - a position which in no way harmed his political aspirations, as he was elected with large majorities in the so-called "Bible elections" of 1858 and 1859, a Conservative member for a predominantly Protestant electorate.

       John was part of the all-Protestant Conservative government formed by Edward Palmer after the 1859 election.  When Palmer had moved to the Legislative Council in 1860, John became government leader in the Assembly.  He was an advocate of tenants' rights, and the leading proponent of land commission schemes which would allow tenants to purchase the lands on which they lived.  He became embittered when the British Government bowed to pressure from wealthy landlords and disallowed the Island legislation.

       John's lack of success in the land issue did not adversely affect his career, as the dominant issue in the election of January 1863 was again the religious education controversy.   When he was re-elected, John resigned from the Executive Council, leading to a crisis which saw Edward Palmer removed from the Conservative leadership and John Hamilton Gray installed as Premier on 2 March 1863.

       John's period as premier coincided with discussions regarding the union of the British North American colonies.  John supported confederation, believing that unity would give the colonies a stronger position in dealings with Britain, but most Islanders were opposed to any sort of union. As premier of the host colony, John chaired the Charlottetown Conference held in September 1864.  At this time, Susan's health was very poor, but she was able to attend a banquet for the delegates held at the Grays' home, Inkerman House (named for the battle in which Susan's step-father won honours), and also a ball held in the Provincial Building. However, her failing health prevented her from travelling, and her eldest daughter accompanied John to the Quebec conference and then to Ottawa in her mother's place.

       Faced with a lack of support in his own party, and following the rejection by the PEI legislature of the Quebec resolutions which outlined the terms of Confederation, John resigned as premier on 20 December 1864, and retired from politics.  Some observers attributed his resignation at least in part to his wife's deteriorating health.

       Susan died 12 November 1866 at Inkerman House in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. [xxxiv]

       After Susan's death, John married secondly Sarah Caroline CAMBRIDGE in 1869, and had a further three children. [xxxv]   John's withdrawal from politics allowed time for a greater commitment to his other great interest - the militia.  He had been since 1862 the commanding officer of the volunteer brigade of the Island, and in 1867 was appointed adjutant general of the militia of the Island. In 1873 he accepted a position as deputy adjutant general of the newly formed Military District No.12 of the Dominion of Canada. John died 13 August 1887 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. [xxxvi]

       Susan Ellen BARTLEY and John Hamilton GRAY had the following children:

          91       i. Harriet GRAY .

    +    92      ii. Margaret Pennefeather Stukley GRAY was born on 2 June 1846 [xxxvii] and died in 1941. [xxxviii]

    +    93     iii. Florence Hope Gibson GRAY was born on 16 February 1848 [xxxix] and died 17 February 1923. [xl]

          94     iv. Mary S. GRAY was born in Prince Edward Island, Canada circa 1860. [xli]

    +    95      v. Bertha Hamilton GRAY was born circa 1862 [xlii] and died 28 July 1946. [xliii]

       58.  Eliza Jane COULTER was born circa 1834. [xliv]   Eliza married William WARWICK .  William was born circa 1825. [xlv]   Occupation: doctor.  William died 10 July 1902. [xlvi]   He was buried in the Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard in Gilnahirk, Parish of Knockbreda, Co Down, Ireland. [xlvii]   Eliza died 9 March 1894. [xlviii]   She was buried in the Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard in Gilnahirk, Parish of Knockbreda, Co Down, Ireland. [xlix] Eliza Jane COULTER and William WARWICK had the following children:

          96       i. John Coulter WARWICK was born in Belfast, Ireland on 14 January 1867. [l]   John died 2 June 1936. [li]   He was buried in the Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard in Gilnahirk, Parish of Knockbreda, Co Down, Ireland. [lii]

          97      ii. William Verner WARWICK was born in Belfast, Ireland on 10 March 1870. [liii]   William died 6 August 1946. [liv]   He was buried in the Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard in Gilnahirk, Parish of Knockbreda, Co Down, Ireland. [lv]

       59.  Margaret COULTER was born circa 1835. [lvi]  Margaret married Samuel HASLETT .  Samuel was born circa 1829. [lvii]   Samuel died 1 May 1891 at his residence, "Vionville" in Dundonald, Co Down, Ireland. [lviii]   He was buried in the Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard in Gilnahirk, Parish of Knockbreda, Co Down, Ireland. [lix]   Margaret died 5 December 1914. [lx]   She was buried in the Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard in Gilnahirk, Parish of Knockbreda, Co Down, Ireland. [lxi] Margaret COULTER and Samuel HASLETT had the following children:

          98       i. Margaret HASLETT was born in Dublin, Ireland on 1 July 1865. [lxii]

          99      ii. Isabella HASLETT was born in Comber, Co Down, Ireland on 7 September 1866. [lxiii]

        100     iii. Charles HASLETT was born in Comber, Co Down, Ireland on 14 September 1868. [lxiv]

        101     iv. Lizzie Jane HASLETT was born in Comber, Co Down, Ireland on 19 December 1870. [lxv]

        102      v. Mary HASLETT was born in Ballyhanwood, Co Down, Ireland on 1 July 1877. [lxvi]

       64.  Jane COULTER was born in Ireland in July 1843. [lxvii]  

       Jane married Rev Thomas MIDDLEMIS . [lxviii]   Thomas was born in December 1838 in Ireland. [lxix]   Thomas was a Presbyterian minister.  He succeeded George Bartley COULTER as minister at Frankford (Second Castleblaney), in Co Monaghan Ireland. [lxx] In 1871 Jane and Thomas emigrated from Ireland to the United States of America. [lxxi]   They settled in the state of Michigan, initially living at Birmingham in Oakland County, [lxxii] and later at Alpena in Alpena County. [lxxiii] Thomas died between 1900 and 1920.  He was living at the time of the time of the 1900 census, but his wife Jane was recorded as a widow in the census conducted in January 1920. (The family has not yet been located in the 1910 census.) Jane probably died between 1920 and 1930.  She was recorded in the census of 1920, but has not been located in the 1930 census. Jane COULTER and Rev Thomas MIDDLEMIS had the following children:

        103       i. (male) MIDDLEMIS was born in Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 30 April 1867. [lxxiv]   He probably died before 1880.  It is not known if this child accompanied his parents to America, or if he died in Ireland before they emigrated. He was not found with the family in the census return of 1880.  He was certainly deceased before 1900; in the census of that year, his mother was recorded as having had five children, four of whom were living, and the other four siblings are known to have been alive at that time.

        104      ii. Jane MIDDLEMIS was born in Michigan, USA in April 1874. [lxxv]

        105     iii. Thomas MIDDLEMIS was born in Michigan, USA in September 1875. [lxxvi]

        106     iv. Alice M. MIDDLEMIS was born in Michigan, USA in July 1877. [lxxvii]

        107      v. George MIDDLEMIS was born in Michigan, USA in June 1883. [lxxviii]   In 1910 George was working as a laborer at a saw mill, [lxxix] but later bacame a bank employee.  In 1920 he was a bookkeeper with the First National Bank, [lxxx] and ten years later he was recorded as being a bank auditor and cashier. [lxxxi]    George married Blanche (surname unknown) circa 1918. [lxxxii]   Blanche was born circa 1898 in Michigan, USA. [lxxxiii]

       65.  Mary COULTER birth date unknown.  Mary married William GARDINER . [lxxxiv] Mary COULTER and William GARDINER had the following children:

        108       i. George Bartley Coulter GARDINER was born in Keady, Co Armagh, Ireland on 8 August 1867. [lxxxv]

        109      ii. William GARDINER was born in Keady, Co Armagh, Ireland on 9 August 1869. [lxxxvi]

        110     iii. Jane Coulter GARDINER was born in Keady, Co Armagh, Ireland on 31 October 1870. [lxxxvii]

        111     iv. Alice Sarah GARDINER was born in Co Armagh, Ireland on 7 September 1872. [lxxxviii]

        112      v. Frederick Thomas GARDINER was born in Co Armagh, Ireland on 31 May 1874. [lxxxix]

        113     vi. Stanley GARDINER .

       67.  Samuel GILMORE birth date unknown.  Occupation: doctor in Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland. [xc]  Samuel married Georgina HENRY on 1 October 1863 in Warrenpoint, Co Down, Ireland. [xci]   She was the daughter of John HENRY . Samuel GILMORE and Georgina HENRY had the following children:

    + 114       i. Mary Anne Henrietta GILMORE was born on 6 August 1864 [xcii] and died 7 October 1936. [xciii]

        115      ii. Samuel James GILMORE was born in Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 22 August 1866. [xciv]   Occupation: doctor in St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex, England. [xcv]

        116     iii. Jane Amelia Coulter GILMORE was born in Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 2 December 1869. [xcvi]   Jane married William REID . [xcvii]   Occupation: solicitor in Cavan. Jane died in 1940. [xcviii]

        117     iv. Acheson George Henry GILMORE was born in Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland on 6 June 1874. [xcix]   Acheson worked as a junior in the Tientsin branch of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank from 1898 until his death. [c] Acheson died 29 January 1907. [ci]

       72.  Eliezer GILMORE was born on 1 November 1845. [cii]   Eliezer married Sarah JACKSON on 3 February 1874.  Sarah was born on 1 April 1848. [ciii]   She was the daughter of David JACKSON and Eliza OLIVER .  Sarah died 24 July 1942 in Freeduff, Parish of Creggan, Co Armagh, Ireland. [civ]   Eliezer died in August 1919. [cv] Eliezer GILMORE and Sarah JACKSON had the following children:

        118       i. Samuel GILMORE . [cvi]   From 1898 to 1903 Samuel worked as a junior in the Shanghai branch of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank. [cvii]   He was later Chairman of the Stock Exchange in Tientsin, China.  Samuel married his first cousin Elizabeth BROWN . [cviii]   Bessie was born on 2 November 1870 in Cooloch and Drumcondra, Co Dublin, Ireland. [cix]   She was known to family and friends as Bessie. She was the daughter of Thompson BROWN and Elizabeth JACKSON .  Bessie and Samuel had no children. Bessie died circa 1942 in Tientsin, China. [cx]   Samuel died circa 1942 in Hong Kong. [cxi]

    + 119      ii. Mary Jane GILMORE was born on 29 January 1876 [cxii] and died 4 September 1907. [cxiii]

        120     iii. David GILMORE David married Elsie Muriel COULTER . [cxiv]   David died 17 August 1959. [cxv]

        121     iv. Elizabeth Oliver GILMORE was born on 3 October 1882. [cxvi]   Elizabeth died 16 July 1899 at Liscalgot House in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, Ireland. [cxvii]

    + 122      v. Ethel Sarah GILMORE was born on 16 March 1885 [cxviii] and died in 1982. [cxix]

    + 123     vi. Thomas Jackson GILMORE was born in 1887 [cxx] and died 8 June 1939. [cxxi]

        124    vii. Edith Eileen GILMORE was born on 27 January 1890. [cxxii]   Edith married George William RYDER in 1930. [cxxiii] Edith died 25 January 1977. [cxxiv]

       73.  Eliza Emily GILMORE was born on 25 April 1846. [cxxv]  

       Eliza married Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON on 1 August 1876.  Andrew was born on 8 April 1846. [cxxvi]   He was the son of David JACKSON and Eliza OLIVER .  Occupation: farmer in Trim, Co Meath, Ireland.  Andrew died 29 October 1929. [cxxvii]   Eliza died 8 March 1938. [cxxviii] Eliza Emily GILMORE and Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON had the following children:

    + 125       i. Jane Coulter JACKSON was born on 17 August 1877 [cxxix] and died 4 July 1975. [cxxx]

    + 126      ii. Thomas Dare JACKSON was born on 5 May 1879 [cxxxi] and died 17 June 1961. [cxxxii]

        127     iii. Andrew Hugh Gilmore JACKSON was born on 9 April 1881. [cxxxiii]   In 1916 Andrew was working at Wright & Hornby in Hong Kong. [cxxxiv]   Andrew died 31 January 1918. [cxxxv]

        128     iv. David JACKSON was born on 20 November. [cxxxvi]   David worked for the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, commencing in the London office in 1904 before travelling to the Far East to join the staff of the Hong Kong office in June 1908.  In 1910 he moved to the Shanghai office before returning to Hong Kong in 1914.  Two years later he working in Calcutta, India before being transferred to Kobe, Japan in 1917.  He went on 12 months leave in July 1921, and his service was terminated when he failed to return from leave. [cxxxvii] David died 12 September 1925 at a nursing home in London, England. [cxxxviii]

    + 129      v. Elizabeth Oliver Muriel JACKSON was born on 13 July 1890 [cxxxix] and died 9 January 1970. [cxl]

       74.  Esther GILMORE was born on 23 September. [cxli]   Esther married Mr CLEMENTS [cxlii] of Castleblayney, Co Monaghan, Ireland. Esther died 30 October 1900. [cxliii] Esther GILMORE and Mr CLEMENTS had the following child:

    + 130       i. Ann Jane CLEMENTS was born on 23 April [cxliv] and died 24 November 1925. [cxlv]

       77.  William McKEAN was born in 1850. [cxlvi]   William married Lydia HANNA on 3 June 1875 at Elmwood Presbyterian Church in Belfast, Ireland. [cxlvii]   She was the daughter of Rev John HANNA and Matilda McMORRAN .  Lydia died in 1918. [cxlviii]   William died 9 December 1911 at Montano, Malone Park in Belfast, Ireland. [cxlix] William McKEAN and Lydia HANNA had the following children:

        131       i. George Bartley McKEAN was born on 26 March 1876. [cl]   Occupation: doctor.  In the Census of England conducted on 31 March 1901 George was recorded at St Pancras in London, England. [cli]   He was a medical student at that time. George married Dorothy Emily Fortesque DUNSTAN in 1909 in England. [clii]   The marriage was recorded in the Ormskirk registration district in the September quarter of 1909. Dorothy was born on 9 May 1885 in England. [cliii]   Dorothy died 24 February 1984 in England. [cliv]   Her death was recorded in the registration district of Forest of Dean. She was buried in St Mary's Churchyard in Donnington, Herefordshire, England. [clv]   George died 2 September 1944. [clvi]   He was buried in St Mary's Churchyard in Donnington, Herefordshire, England. [clvii]

    + 132      ii. John Hanna McKEAN died 6 September 1920. [clviii]


[i] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 2.

[ii] . Murnane, James & Paedar, At the Ford of the Birches, pg 194.

[iii] . Murnane, James & Paedar, At the Ford of the Birches, pg 194.

[iv] . Murnane, James & Paedar, At the Ford of the Birches, pg 194.

[v] . Murnane, James & Paedar, At the Ford of the Birches, pg 194.

[vi] . Sharon Oddie Brown, The Silver Bowl: Descendants of John Wright, <http://www.user.dccnet.com/s.brown/familytree/Wright John 1587.htm>, last edited 4 Nov 2003.  (Extracted 4 Apr 2004) (hereafter cited as Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of John Wright).

[vii] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, no source information available.

[viii] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, no source information available.

[ix] . Whiteside, Sarah, Daily Remembrancer.

[x] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, No source information available.

[xi] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, No source information available.

[xii] . R.H. Reed, letter to Sarah McCullagh, written 27 October [1875]. Original in the possession of Betty Whiteside, 2/6 Melville Park Drive, Berwick, Vic 3806.  (hereafter cited as Reed, R.H., Letter to Sarah McCullagh).

[xiii] . Whiteside, Sarah, Daily Remembrancer.

[xiv] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[xv] . Moretonhampstead History Society, Inscriptions on the gravestones in St Andrew’s Churchyard.  (On-line at <http://www.moretonhampstead.org.uk/texts/churchmemorials/stagraveseh.htm>), (extracted 23 June 2003) (hereafter cited as Moretonhampstead, Devon, St Andrew's Churchyard inscriptions). Calculated birth year. Transcription gives age as 70 yrs when she died 3 November 1923.

[xvi] . Moretonhampstead, Devon, St Andrew's Churchyard inscriptions, (extracted 23 June 2003).

[xvii] . Moretonhampstead History Society, Burial Search.  (On-line at <http://www.moretonhampstead.org.uk/frames.htm>), (extracted 23 June 2002) (hereafter cited as Moretonhampstead, Devon, Burials).

[xviii] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, no source information available.

[xix] . Death Notice, The Times, 2 November 1877. Calculated birth year. Age given as 51 yrs when she died in 1877.

[xx] . Marriage Notice, The Times, 5 September 1850.

[xxi] . Simon de Mornay Davies, The Annotated 'Auntie Doolie's Notes' on the Denniss Family, <http://www.demornay.co.uk/dooliesnotes.htm>, created 2001.  (Extracted 8 Apr 2004) (hereafter cited as De Mornay Davies, Simon, Aunt Doolie's Notes).

[xxii] . Death Notice, The Times, 2 November 1877.

[xxiii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[xxiv] . Marriage Notice, The Times, 24 June 1882; and England & Wales, Index to Marriages, 1882 June quarter, Barnet registration district, Vol. 3a, pg 269.

[xxv] . Leigh Rayment, The House of Commons Constituencies Beginning With "O", <http://www.angeltowns.com/town/peerage/0Ocommons.htm>, page created 2003.  (Extracted 8 Apr 2004) (hereafter cited as Rayment, Leigh, House of Commons).

[xxvi] . Death Notice, The Times, 23 March 1931.

[xxvii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[xxviii] . Death Notice, The Times, 28 October 1910; and England & Wales, Index to Deaths, 1910 December quarter, Edmonton registration district, Vol. 3a, pg 227.

[xxix] . Death Notice, The Times, 28 October 1910.

[xxx] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley; and Index to Births, General Register Office, England. September qtr 1861, Kensington Registration District, Vol. 1a, pg 137 (hereafter cited as England & Wales, Index to Births).

[xxxi] . Death Notice, The Times, 5 December 1866. Calculated birth year. Age 41 yrs when she died in 1866.

[xxxii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[xxxiii] . Weale, David E., John Hamilton Gray.

[xxxiv] . Death Notice, The Times, 5 December 1866; and Weale, David E., John Hamilton Gray.

[xxxv] . Weale, David E., John Hamilton Gray.

[xxxvi] . Weale, David E., John Hamilton Gray.

[xxxvii] . National Archives of Canada, Census of Canada, 1901.  (Digital image available on-line at: <http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/020122 e.html>), Film No. T-6429, Prince Edward Island, District 136 Queen's, Sub-district a-13 Charlottetown (City), schedule 1, page 25 (hereafter cited as Canada, 1901 Census).

[xxxviii] . Waldron H. Leard and Susan L. C. Leard, Burial Sites of Interesting People on Prince Edward Island, <http://www.islandregister.com/burials/ip2.html>, last edited 2001.  (Extracted 8 April 2004) (hereafter cited as Prince Edward Island, Burial Sites).

[xxxix] . England & Wales, Index to Births, 1848 Jun qtr. Maidstone Registration District, vol. 5, pg 346; and Information supplied by Sam McBride, <sam m@telus.net>, 17 April 2004 (hereafter cited as McBride, Sam, Information supplied). McBride gives birthdate as 16 Feb 1849.

[xl] . Death Notice, The Times, 20 February 1923.

[xli] . Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1881 Canadian Census.  (On-line at: <http://www.familysearch.org/>), NA Film C-13163: Charlottetown Royalty, Queens, PEI; District 2, Sub-district A, Division 1, pg 2 (hereafter cited as Canada, 1881 Census). Calculated birth year. Age recorded as 21 yrs in 1881.

[xlii] . Canada, 1881 Census, NA Film C-13163: Charlottetown Royalty, Queens, PEI; District 2, Sub-district A, Division 1, pg 2; and Death Registrations 1872-1982, British Columbia Archives (database available on-line at <http://www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca/textual/governmt/vstats/v events.htm#indexes>. Reg No 1946-09-009949 (hereafter cited as British Columbia, Canada, Death Registrations). Calculated birth year. Age recorded as 18 yrs in 1881, and as 84 yrs when she died in 1946.

[xliii] . British Columbia, Canada, Death Registrations, Reg No 1946-09-009949.

[xliv] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45. Calculated birth year. Headstone inscription gives age as 59 yrs when she died 9 March 1894.

[xlv] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45. Calculated birth year. Headstone inscription gives age as 77 yrs when he died in 1902.

[xlvi] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[xlvii] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[xlviii] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[xlix] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[l] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701311. Source Call No. 0101140.

[li] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lii] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[liii] . Vital Records Index - British Isles.  (CD ROM. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1998), FHL No. 101200 (hereafter cited as British Isles, Vital Records Index).

[liv] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lv] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lvi] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45. Calculated birth year. Headstone transcription gives age as 79 yrs when she died in 1914.

[lvii] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45. Calculated birth year. Headstone transcription gives age as 62 yrs when he died in 1891.

[lviii] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lix] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lx] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lxi] . Clarke, R.S.J., Graveyard Inscriptions Co Down, Vol 18, pg 45.

[lxii] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701263. Source Call No. 0101111.

[lxiii] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701297. Source Call No. 0101135.

[lxiv] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL No. 101175.

[lxv] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL No. 255810; and LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C014068.

[lxvi] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C006609.

[lxvii] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxviii] . The 1900 U.S. Federal Census recorded that Jane and Thomas had been married 28 years (i.e. circa 1871). This would appear to be incorrect, as their first child was born in 1867.

[lxix] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxx] . Nesbitt, David, Full Circle, pg 330.

[lxxi] . Nesbitt, David, Full Circle, pg 330; and United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxxii] . 1880 U.S. Federal Census.  (Microfilm. Washington, DC: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration), Series T9, Film 598, pg 51C (hereafter cited as United States, 1880 Federal Census).

[lxxiii] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxxiv] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701316. Source Call No. 0101145.

[lxxv] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxxvi] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series 623, Film No. 754, pg 104A.

[lxxvii] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxxviii] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxxix] . United States, 1900 Federal Census, Series T623, Film No. 699, pg 14A.

[lxxx] . 1920 U.S. Federal Census.  (Microfilm. Washington, DC: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration), Series T625, Film 765, Book 1, pg 55A (hereafter cited as United States, 1920 Federal Census).

[lxxxi] . 1930 U.S. Federal Census.  (Microfilm. Washington, DC: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration), Series T626, Film 986; Genesee Co, Michigan: Flint City Ward 5, Enumeration District 49, Sheet 16B  (hereafter cited as United States, 1930 Federal Census).

[lxxxii] . United States, 1930 Federal Census, Series T626, Film 986; Genesee Co, Michigan: Flint City Ward 5, Enumeration District 49, Sheet 16B. Calculated year of marriage. In the 1930 census, George's age was recorded as 46 yrs, and his age at first marriage as 34 yrs; Blanche's age was recorded as 32 yrs, and age at first marriage as 20 yrs.

[lxxxiii] . United States, 1920 Federal Census, Series 625, Film 765, Book 1, pg 55A; and United States, 1930 Federal Census, Series T626, Film 986; Genesee Co, Michigan: Flint City Ward 5, Enumeration District 49, Sheet 16B. Calculated birth year. Age recorded as 22 yrs in 1920 and as 32 yrs in 1930.

[lxxxiv] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[lxxxv] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701322. Source Call No. 010150.

[lxxxvi] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL No. 101190.

[lxxxvii] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL No. 101215; and LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C012116.

[lxxxviii] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701499. Source Call No. 0255856.

[lxxxix] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701557. Source Call No. 0255899.

[xc] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[xci] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL Number 101449; and LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. 8406532, Sheet 78. Source Call No. 1395728.

[xcii] . International Genealogical Index, Version 4.01, 1999. (hereafter cited as IGI, v4.01, 1999); and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, (no year recorded).

[xciii] . Death Notice, unknown newspaper; and Murnane, James & Paedar, At the Ford of the Birches, pg 194.

[xciv] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI, v5, British Isles. Batch No. C701292. Source Call No. 0101130 .

[xcv] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[xcvi] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL Number 101195.

[xcvii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[xcviii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[xcix] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL Number 255907; and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[c] . Information supplied by Sharon Oddie Brown, 3273 Beach Avenue, Roberts Creek, BC, V0N 2W2, Canada, 11 March 2003 (hereafter cited as Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied).

[ci] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book; and McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4. Jeannie Jackson records birth day as 1 November. Mary McNeil records birth year as 1845.

[ciii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4; and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, No year given.

[civ] . Death Notice, unknown newspaper.

[cv] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4.

[cvi] . LDS FamilySearch, IGI v5 records the birth on 24 December 1874 in Lescalgot, Monaghan, Ireland of a male child of Eliezer GILMORE and Sarah JACKSON. This may be Samuel's birth.

[cvii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied, 11 March 2003.

[cviii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cix] . British Isles, Vital Records Index, FHL Number 101216.

[cx] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied, 5 March 2003. Descendants of Jane Ledlie.

[cxi] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied, 5 March 2003. Descendants of Jane Ledlie.

[cxii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4; and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, no year given.

[cxiii] . Death Notice, unknown newspaper, (no year given); and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxiv] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4.

[cxv] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4.

[cxvi] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book. No year of birth recorded, However, a newspaper clipping of her death notice inserted in the book gives her age as 16 yrs when she died 16 July 1899.

[cxvii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxviii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4; and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, no year given.

[cxix] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4. Material added by Gika Jackson.

[cxx] . Steve Birks, People of Stoke-on-Trent - Thomas Jackson Gilmore, <http://www.netcentral.co.uk/steveb/people/gilmore thom.htm>, 21 February 2002.  (Extracted 28 March 2003) (hereafter cited as Birks, Steve, Thomas Jackson Gilmore).

[cxxi] . Death Notice, unknown newspaper.

[cxxii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cxxiii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cxxiv] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cxxv] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book; and McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 8. Jeannie Jackson gives her mother's birth date as 25 April, but gives no year of birth. Mary McNeil gives birth year as 1846, but gives the date as 1 August (the same as the marriage date). Jeannie Jackson would seem to be the more reliable.

[cxxvi] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxxvii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxxviii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxxix] . Ireland, Certified Copy of Entry in the Register Book of Births. No 477, 1877. District of Trimfield, Union of Trim (hereafter cited as Ireland, Birth certificate).

[cxxx] . British Columbia, Canada, Death Registrations, Reg. No. 1975-09-010849.

[cxxxi] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book; and McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cxxxii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cxxxiii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxxxiv] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied, 13 March 2003.

[cxxxv] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied, 5 March 2003. Descendants of Jane Ledlie. Sharon cites her source as: Photo of gravestone, Sacred to the memory of Andrew Hugh Gilmore Jackson who died 31st January, 1918 Aged 36 years..

[cxxxvi] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, (no year recorded).

[cxxxvii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Information supplied, 6 May 2003. (cites HSBC Group Archives)

[cxxxviii] . Death Notice, The Times, 14 September 1925; and Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxxxix] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, as transcribed and amended by Gika Jackson.

[cxl] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts.

[cxli] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, (no year recorded).

[cxlii] . McNeill, Mary, Family Charts, Chart 4.

[cxliii] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxliv] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book, No year given.

[cxlv] . Jackson, Jeannie, Birthday Book.

[cxlvi] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[cxlvii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[cxlviii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[cxlix] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

[cl] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley; and Rosemary Lockie, Some Memorial Inscriptions - Donnington, Herefordshire: St. Mary's Church and Churchyard, http://www.wishful-thinking.org.uk/genuki/HEF/Donnington/MIs.html, updated 10 Apr 2004.  (Extracted 12 Apr 2004) (hereafter cited as Donnington, Herefordshire, St Mary's Churchyard).

[cli] . England and Wales, 1901 Census.

[clii] . England & Wales, Index to Marriages, 1909 September quarter, Ormskirk registration district, Vol. 8b, pg 1385.

[cliii] . England & Wales, Index to Births, 1885 Jun quarter, Barton I. registration district, Vol. 8c, pg 643; Donnington, Herefordshire, St Mary's Churchyard; and  England and Wales Civil Registration Death Index: 1984-1992.  (Database online at <http://www.ancestry.com/>]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2003), February 1984, Forest of Dean registration district, Vol. 22, pg 1898 (hereafter cited as England & Wales, Death Index 1984-1992).

[cliv] . Donnington, Herefordshire, St Mary's Churchyard; and England & Wales, Death Index 1984-1992, February 1984, Forest of Dean registration district, Vol. 22, pg 1898.

[clv] . Donnington, Herefordshire, St Mary's Churchyard.

[clvi] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley; and Donnington, Herefordshire, St Mary's Churchyard.

[clvii] . Donnington, Herefordshire, St Mary's Churchyard.

[clviii] . Brown, Sharon Oddie, Descendants of George Bartley.

 

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