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7151 William and Lila (Coolen) YOUNG were the founders and operators of the Ideal Maternity Home, East Chester, and were responsible for the notorious “Butterbox Babies”. Family (F17713)
 
7152 William and Lila Gladys (COOLEN) YOUNG were the owners and operators of the infamous Ideal Maternity Home in East Chester, NS. YOUNG, William Peach (I74581)
 
7153 William and Marianne are also believed to have had four children. Family (F62367)
 
7154 William and wife Sharon are believed to have had four children. COOLEN, William H. (I65859)
 
7155 William BAKER, b. 26 Dec 1801, s/o Johann Friedrich and Magdalena Margaretha (SAWLER) BAKER, first marries Anna Catherine JOUDREY on 9 Nov 1824. William and Anna have five children, one of whom is a daughter, Sarah Ann BAKER, b. 24 Sep 1828 at Big Tancook Island. When Anna Catherine dies, husband William next marries an otherwise unidentified RUDER.

Now we know that a Sarah BAKER first marries David BOUTILIER and then marries a John B. RUDER, whereupon Sarah and John B. have a son named Amos. In the 1881 Census of Hackett's Cove, we see Amos and his household, which include the widow Sarah RUDER, who is almost surely his mother. The age of this Sarah RUDER is given as 52, placing her birth in 1828, which exactly matches the DOB of Sarah Ann BAKER, d/o William and Anna Catherine.

Further, In the will of David BOUTILIER [Halifax County Wills, vol #5, p. 344-45] she is named Sarah Elizabeth. However, in a deed dated 19 Jul 1844, she is named Sarah Ann. [Source: Brenda Maruca].

And finally, Anna Elizabeth BAKER, who is known to be the sister of Sarah BAKER, is known to marry James RUDER, brother of John B.

So, I believe that David BOUTILIER and John B. RUDER's wife is this Sarah Ann BAKER. 
BAKER, Sarah Ann (I67033)
 
7156 William H. Slaunwhite is placed in this family beCAUSe there are only two known Roman Catholic SLAUNWHITE family to be living in Halifax City in 1901--that of James Hillary SLAUNWHITE--and this family appears to be an unlikely match. First, the parents did not marry until Dec 1901; and second, there is a birth in that family which appears to conflict with that of Michael SLAUNWHITE in Aug 1901. Therefore, Michael must belong in another family and in all probability he is the brother of William H. And since the other family appears unlikely, Michael and William are placed here. [Bob H] SLAUENWHITE, William H. (I63420)
 
7157 William HARNISH, h/o Nettie BEAIRSTO has not been identified for certain. However, . . .

Note that residing in Braintree are Henry Isiah HARNISH and Fitzgerald HARNISH, both sons of John Abraham HARNISH and Sarah Elizabeth BOUTILIER. John and Sarah, who both die Braintree (or Quincy, which is right next door) have another son whose name is Willam and who is born 1867. This William first marries Mary TURLEY at Quincy in 1889, but there is no sign of either of them in the 1900 Census of MA, or the 1901 Census of Canada.

The 1910 Census says William's age is 38, which puts him in the right church, albeit the wrong pew, and that he and Nettie were married 1901, which would fit. Also note that the stillborn child of William and Nettie is buried Plain Street Cemetery, Braintree, as is one of the daughters of Fitzgerald HARNISH.

So, I suspect that William, the youngest s/o John Abraham, is Nettie's mysterious husband. [Bob H] 
HARNISH, William (I47391)
 
7158 William Henry was boat-builder who lived and died in Annapolis, NS. So, technically at least, he was an “Annapolis Valley WHITMAN”. WHITMAN, William Henry (I41665)
 
7159 William Innes is shown as a widower in the 1891 Census. [Iris Shea] SLAUENWHITE, Julia Ann (I12020)
 
7160 William Joseph HARNISH's parents are confirmed by both his marriage license and his New Bedford, MA death record. [Source: Cindy Winters Currado] HARNISH, William Joseph (I47920)
 
7161 William Nelson and Sophia Westhaver are both baptized on 13 Apr 1875 so they may be twins. [Bob H] WESTHAVER, William Nelson (I67646)
 
7162 William posted a marriage bond dtd 24 Nov 1858. Family (F71761)
 
7163 William PYE is a widower when he marries Lydia MOSER and he has a daughter his first marriage. (--?--) (I159336)
 
7164 William Trueman is placed in this family beCAUSe, in 1881, he is living next door to Thomas Trueman, Sr., and there is only one know Trueman family in this area. TRUEMAN, John William (I66164)
 
7165 William's parents are sometimes seen listed as John and Emma WILE. However, John was Emma's father, with whom she and William lived. WILE, William Stewart (I157982)
 
7166 William, James, Keith, and Ronald SLAUNWHITE were the nephews of Kathleen Mary Slaunwhite LITTLE, whom she raised from infancy. [Source: Obit for Mary Kathleen (Slaunwhite) LITTLE]

The OLMC baptismal register names her Mary Catherine SLAUNWHITE. 
SLAUENWHITE, Mary Kathleen (I16844)
 
7167 Willis and Mary Catherine are know to have had two children who died as infants. Family (F11704)
 
7168 Willis Harvey is shown as a widower when he marries Laura KAULBACK in 1905. However, no other marriage record has been found. (--?--) (I1849)
 
7169 Winfred Harold RISSER's obit states that he is survived by a step-sister, Jean. However, his parents marriage record states that they are both single, and his mother is listed as the informant at his father's death (when she would be 53). So it is not possible to deduce from these records whom Jean is the child of. Also, although it is quite possible, it seems suspicious that Winfred's mother, who married at the age of 30, would have 11 children by that husband. Family (F35316)
 
7170 Winthrop, MA is listed as his last known residence in the SSDI. However, he does not appear in the MA Death Index, which indicates that he probably died elsewhere. [Bob H] HUBLEY, Elmer Ellsworth (I68320)
 
7171 WW I military service from Oct 1924 to May 1919. HAUGHN, Grover Jerome (I10615)
 
7172 WWI US Navy veteran, rank--Ablebody Seaman. On 25 May 1917 he enlisted for 4 years service at Boston, MA #2, Hyde Park Ave, Forest Hills, MA. He served aboard USS New York as a stoker and was discharged 25 July 1919, at 22 years of age. He is described as being 5 feet, 4 inches, 128 pounds, blue eyes, and ruddy complexion. [Walter M] MAHONEY, Frederick G. (I4682)
 
7173 WWI Veteran, ASN 564,330. He enlisted 18 Sept. 1916 at Boston, MA and was discharged 23 August 1919 at Camp Devens, Ayer, MA, with the rank of Corporal, Company E, 30 Infantry Regiment.
[Walter M] 
MAHONEY, Walter William (I4691)
 
7174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MAHONEY, James T. (I4755)
 
7175 Yarmouth Times, Saturday, September 27, 1890
. . . Howard Titus, it will be remembered, lost a son last winter while out trawling. He and a son of Edgar Greenwood of Port LaTour were driven to sea by a heavy storm and their bodies were afterwards found on the Bay of Fundy shore. Capt. Titus has the entire sympathy of the whole community in his sad bereavement. 
TITUS, Arthur Howard (I237812)
 
7176 Yarmouth Times, Saturday, September 27, 1890
A Westport Dispatch Says: On Sunday p.m., Austin, the 4 year old son of Captain Howard Titus was missed from the house, and on dilligent search being made was not to be found. It is supposed he fell from one of the wharves and was drowned, his body being carried out to sea. 
TITUS, Austin Andreas (I237813)
 
7177 Yes, 1824 is what is recorded in the Register itself. The Shankle transcript is off by a year. ZWICKER, Sarah Ann (I115318)
 
7178 Yes, she was married at age 13. SLAUENWHITE, Jean Floretta (I17258)
 
7179 Yes, this is the Charles COLSON who was associated with the Watergate coverup. COLSON, Charles Wendell (I261905)
 
7180 Yes, this is Willa KAIZER. SAWLER, Willa Jane (I59400)
 
7181 Zoeth is not mentioned in the obit for Burke L. WHITMAN. Other sources confirm that he is the Allan WHITMAN Witman listed in that obit. [Bob H] WHITMAN, Zoheth Allan (I41386)
 
7182 [Birth Registration entry partly destroyed] WILE, Everett Ernest (I174966)
 
7183 [Date of death listed may be date of burial.] GREY, Robert (I124985)
 
7184 [Horsmonden is a small village in Kent, England.] TURNER, Horsmonden (I122554)
 
7185 [I do not know whether his marker is simply a memorial or if his body was recovered and he was actually buried at Middle LaHave.] CORKUM, Paul S. (I164458)
 
7186 [Marriage date shown is date of marriage bond.] Family (F57600)
 
7187 [Note: he does not have an Ohio Death certificate so may have died elsewhere.] MOSHER, James Lemuel Drew (I145717)
 
7188 [See notes for Mary Elizabeth JEWERS.] MOSHER, John Stanley (I157981)
 
7189 [See notes for the family of Sarah Ann DANIELS, sister of Augusta.] Family (F66830)
 
7190 [The source of her death date is an old SSGS inscription survey]. MCKENNA, Helen V. (I256115)
 
7191 [The transcription of] his marker states that he d. 1920; however, his son Gerald was born 1922. DUNN, Ralph Lorimer (I114295)
 
7192 [Yes, she was age 14 at marriage.] Family (F22717)
 
7193 “Descendants of Hans Michael Hirtle” states that this Jacob Hirtle was buried in Midville, Lunenburg, NS, and there is a grave marked Jacob Hirtle, s/o Jacob, in the Midville Branch Cemetery. However, the age at death, as well as the father's name, is inconsistent with this Jacob. [Bob H] HIRTLE, John Jacob (I32290)
 
7194 “John Thomas was a prosperous plantation owner in St. George's Parish (now Burke County), GA. He was Colonel of a company of militia and sided with the British in the Revolution. After the war he and his family moved to Shelburne Co. NS in 1784.” [Letter from Stephen Thomas to Yarmouth Herald dtd 11 Jan 1897, cited by Carol Ramey] THOMAS, John (I25806)
 
7195 “Marriage of George WENSEL and Elizabeth HUBLEY of Margaret's Bay, 14 July at Charlestown, Queens County, by Rev. Robert R. Philip”. [Abstract from the 18 Aug 1858 issue of the Christian Messenger] Family (F35430)
 
7196 “Tommy” - unmarked grave located between Palmer Langille & Sydney Wentzell HEISLER, Harold Mirling (I14325)
 

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