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51
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages

Detailed Record for: LARLEE, SHEPHERD
Married: SPRAGUE, LUCY A.

Date: Sunday, August 06, 1911

Parish: ----
County: Victoria

Num: 2345
Reference: B4/1911
FNUM: F15943 
Family F185
 
52
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages

Detailed Record for: LARLEE, T. WASHINGTON
Married: GOODINE, MYRTLE

Date: Wednesday, June 28, 1916

Parish: ----
County: Carleton

Num: 2067
Reference: B4/1916
FNUM: F15967 
Family F4
 
53
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, BERNARD
Married: HOLLINS, MABEL G.
Date: 1915-07-11
County: VICTORIA
Parish: ----
Num: 2446
Reference: B4/1915
Microfilm: F15963 
Family F387
 
54
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, EDITH MAY
Married: ANDREWS, WILLIAM THOMAS
Date: 1922-10-18
County: VICTORIA
Parish: PERTH
Num: 3098
Reference: B4/1922
Microfilm: F19682 
Family F388
 
55
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, GARFIELD STACY
Married: MCLEAN, HATTIE BLAKE
Date: 1919-05-01
County: CARLETON
Parish: ----
Num: 2680
Reference: B4/1919
Microfilm: F16144 
Family F385
 
56
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, GARFIELD STACY
Married: THORNTON, CAROLINE MAY
Date: 1909-03-29
County: VICTORIA
Parish: ----
Num: 2205
Reference: B4/1909
Microfilm: F15934 
Family F384
 
57
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, IVA
Married: GETCHELL, SAMUEL
Date: 1912-11-09
County: VICTORIA
Parish: ----
Num: 1992
Reference: B4/1912
Microfilm: F15947 
Family F370
 
58
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, MARGARET
Married: CLARK, GEORGE
Date: 1907-09-25
County: VICTORIA
Parish: ----
Num: 1430
Reference: B4/1907
Microfilm: F15925 
Family F383
 
59
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, MURCHIE H.
Married: RUSH, DOROTHY M.
Date: 1918-09-22
County: VICTORIA
Parish: ----
Num: 2246
Reference: B4/1918
Microfilm: F15976 
Family F412
 
60
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, NELLIE
Married: JAMER, HARVIE A.
Date: 1907-09-25
County: VICTORIA
Parish: ----
Num: 2163
Reference: B4/1907
Microfilm: F15926 
Family F389
 
61
RS141B7 - Index to New Brunswick Marriages, 1887-1926

Name: LARLEE, OLIVE MAY
Married: CLAIRE, SAMUEL
Date: 1902-03-26
County: KINGS
Parish: ----
Num: 1455
Reference: B4/1902
Microfilm: F15911 
Family F410
 
62
Sir James Craig came to Canada in 1776. A military man and one-time Governor of Quebec, he married Mary Blake at Reeds Poiint, Saint John about 1789. 
CRAIG, Sir James (I453)
 
63
The marriage certificate in the Fort Fairfield, Maine Vital Records lists Daniel A. Larlee and Harriet J. Willett. 
Family F166
 
64
Transcription from the inGeneas Database
(http://www.ingeneas.com)

Record ID: 363212

Groom: Samuel Larley
Age: 35
Residence: Simcoe
Place of Birth: New Brunswick
Status: Bachelor; carpenter
Parents: Sanuel Larley & Miriam Watson
Religion: Baptist

Bride: Martha Jane Whitside
Age: 23
Residence: Simcoe
Place of Birth: Simcoe
Status: Spinster
Parents: William Whitside & Harriet Shepherd

Witnesses & Residence:
Thomas Simpson of Simcoe;
William H. Burr of Simcoe

Married:
23 November 1871, at Simcoe,
Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada

Married by:
License; Rev'd William S. Walker 
Family F472
 
65
Wallace was killed the very day the second World War stopped. Never married. 
LARLEE, Wallace Herbert (I614)
 
66
Witnesses: Thomas E. Perley / Joseph F. Bedell 
Family F481
 
67 (The following is based on information in the books "Medicine in New Brunswick" and "Prominent People of New Brunswick" published in 1922.) "Frank graduated from the Woodstock High School in 1905 and worked with CPR from 1906 to 1913 in divisional offices prior to mdical training. He was a quiet man with a sly sense of humor. He graduated with a degree of MD from Tufts College Medical School, Boston MA in 1918 and then served in World War I with the Canadian Army Medical Corps for one year. In 1920, he interned at Lawrence General Hospital, MA and later the same year started a life-time practice in Woodstock, NB. He was a memeber of the Woodstock Chapter Royal Arch Masons and president of the NB Medical Society 1953-1954. He died in 1967." Frank and Pauline did not have any children.

(The following is based on information in the books "Medicine in New Brunswick" and "Prominent People of New Brunswick" published in 1922.)

"Frank graduated from the Woodstock High School in 1905 and worked with CPR from 1906 to 1913 in divisional offices prior to mdical training. He was a quiet man with a sly sense of humor. He graduated with a degree of MD from Tufts College Medical School, Boston MA in 1918 and then served in World War I with the Canadian Army Medical Corps for one year. In 1920, he interned at Lawrence General Hospital, MA and later the same year started a life-time practice in Woodstock, NB. He was a memeber of the Woodstock Chapter Royal Arch Masons and president of the NB Medical Society 1953-1954. He died in 1967."

Frank and Pauline did not have any children. 
WOOLVERTON, Dr. Frank Edgar (I384)
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I118)
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I117)
 
70 Alternate spellings "Barkley" BARCLAY, William Allan (I1141)
 
71 Alternate spellings "Barkley" BARCLAY, William Allan (I1141)
 
72 An Historical and Genealogical Account of several families that settled along the Saint John River and its tributaries in New Brunswick, Canada.
L. P. Fischer Library, Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada 
Source (S37)
 
73 Buried with parents. RS141C1 - Index to County Death Registers, 1888-1920 Name: Larlee, Hedley V. Sex: M Age: 57 Date of Death: 1918-02-07 Residence: Lower Perth County of Residence: VICTORIA Place of Death: Lower Perth County of Death: VICTORIA Place of Birth: Lower Perth County of Birth: VICTORIA Microfilm: F16261 Reference: C1m Page: 46 Line: 40

Buried with parents.
RS141C1 - Index to County Death Registers, 1888-1920

Name: Larlee, Hedley V.
Sex: M Age: 57
Date of Death: 1918-02-07
Residence: Lower Perth
County of Residence: VICTORIA
Place of Death: Lower Perth
County of Death: VICTORIA
Place of Birth: Lower Perth
County of Birth: VICTORIA
Microfilm: F16261
Reference: C1m Page: 46 Line: 40
 
LARLEE, Hedley C. (I1408)
 
74 Cause of death was pneumonia and other complications due to stroke. LARLEE, Rev. Charles Hubert (I52)
 
75 Certificate Number: Bride Name: CHESLEY AGNES M Bride Town/State: LINCOLN, ME Groom Name: LARLEE KELBY E Groom Town/State: BANGOR, ME Date of Marriage: Wednesday August 1, 1906 LARLEE, Kelby E. (I1173)
 
76 Certificate Number: Bride Name: CHESLEY AGNES M Bride Town/State: LINCOLN, ME Groom Name: LARLEE KELBY E Groom Town/State: BANGOR, ME Date of Marriage: Wednesday August 1, 1906 CHESLEY, Agnes M. (I1174)
 
77 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I438)
 
78 Child: CLUFF, ETHEL KATHLEEN Sex: F Date of Birth: 1899-09-15 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: NORTHAMPTON County: CARLETON Father: CLUFF, ALLEN B. Mother: ROGERS, ETHEL M. Reference: 11-1-38-9 Microfilm: F14030

Child: CLUFF, ETHEL KATHLEEN
Sex: F
Date of Birth: 1899-09-15 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: NORTHAMPTON
County: CARLETON
Father: CLUFF, ALLEN B.
Mother: ROGERS, ETHEL M.
Reference: 11-1-38-9
Microfilm: F14030 
CLUFF, Ethel Kathleen (I436)
 
79 Child: CLUFF, JOHN FRANCIS Sex: M Date of Birth: 1896-08-15 Place: NORTHAMPTON County: CARLETON Father: CLUFF, ALLEN B. Mother: ROGERS, ETHEL M. Reference: 11-1-38-9 Microfilm: F14030

Child: CLUFF, JOHN FRANCIS
Sex: M
Date of Birth: 1896-08-15
Place: NORTHAMPTON
County: CARLETON
Father: CLUFF, ALLEN B.
Mother: ROGERS, ETHEL M.
Reference: 11-1-38-9
Microfilm: F14030 
CLUFF, John Francis (I435)
 
80 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I439)
 
81 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I440)
 
82 Child: CLUFF, WILMOT WILLARD Sex: M Date of Birth: 1898-02-16 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: NORTHAMPTON County: CARLETON Father: CLUFF, ALLEN B. Mother: ROGERS, ETHEL M. Reference: 11-1-38-8 Microfilm: F14030

Child: CLUFF, WILMOT WILLARD
Sex: M
Date of Birth: 1898-02-16 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: NORTHAMPTON
County: CARLETON
Father: CLUFF, ALLEN B.
Mother: ROGERS, ETHEL M.
Reference: 11-1-38-8
Microfilm: F14030 
CLUFF, Wilmot Willard (I437)
 
83 Child: DICKINSON, ANNIE MERIAH Sex: F Date of Birth: 1858-12-07 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: WAKEFIELD County: CARLETON Father: DICKINSON, JOHN Mother: KIMBALL, RODA Code: 1858-D-2 Microfilm: F18749

Child: DICKINSON, ANNIE MERIAH
Sex: F
Date of Birth: 1858-12-07 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: WAKEFIELD
County: CARLETON
Father: DICKINSON, JOHN
Mother: KIMBALL, RODA
Code: 1858-D-2
Microfilm: F18749 
DICKINSON, Annie Meriah (I1423)
 
84 Child: SHARP, ARTHUR H. Sex: M Date of Birth: 1894-02-28 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: NORTHAMPTON County: CARLETON Father: SHARP, STEPHEN J. Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE M. Reference: 11-1-68-162 Microfilm: F14030

Child: SHARP, ARTHUR H.
Sex: M
Date of Birth: 1894-02-28 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: NORTHAMPTON
County: CARLETON
Father: SHARP, STEPHEN J.
Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE M.
Reference: 11-1-68-162
Microfilm: F14030 
SHARPE, Arthur H. (I1426)
 
85 Child: SHARP, JOHN B. Sex: M Date of Birth: 1899-08-22 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: WAKEFIELD County: CARLETON Father: SHARP, STEPHEN J. Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE M. Reference: 11-1-68-164 Microfilm: F14030

Child: SHARP, JOHN B.
Sex: M
Date of Birth: 1899-08-22 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: WAKEFIELD
County: CARLETON
Father: SHARP, STEPHEN J.
Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE M.
Reference: 11-1-68-164
Microfilm: F14030 
SHARPE, John Bishop (I1427)
 
86 Child: SHARPE, BERNICE GRACE Sex: F Date of Birth: 1901-10-22 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: PEMBROKE County: CARLETON Father: SHARPE, STEPHEN JOHN Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE M. Code: 1901-801635 Microfilm: F18902

Child: SHARPE, BERNICE GRACE
Sex: F
Date of Birth: 1901-10-22 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: PEMBROKE
County: CARLETON
Father: SHARPE, STEPHEN JOHN
Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE M.
Code: 1901-801635
Microfilm: F18902 
SHARPE, Bernice Grace (I1425)
 
87 Child: SHARPE, ROY CLAYTON Sex: M Date of Birth: 1898-02-02 (YYYY-MM-DD) Place: PEMBROKE County: CARLETON Father: SHARPE, STEPHEN JOHN Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE MYRIAH Code: 1898-S-52 Microfilm: F18792

Child: SHARPE, ROY CLAYTON
Sex: M
Date of Birth: 1898-02-02 (YYYY-MM-DD)
Place: PEMBROKE
County: CARLETON
Father: SHARPE, STEPHEN JOHN
Mother: DICKINSON, ANNIE MYRIAH
Code: 1898-S-52
Microfilm: F18792 
SHARPE, Roy Clayton (I1428)
 
88 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1668)
 
89 Darius arrived at Saint John with his father's family in 1783 with the Spring Fleet, the first of six major government-provided fleets of ships to carry loyalist exiles from New York to Saint John in that year. On March 15, 1785, Darius and Arden Dickinson petitioned for Lot 70 at Gagetown, stating they had "arrived with the first fleet, next May will be two years," and stating their ages as Darius "will next May be 21 years old" and Arden "18 in April next." On April 4, 1805, Darius, who signed with his mark, and wife Mary, sold Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, fronting on the St. John River, in the Parish of Wakefield, to Ard Dickinson (probably Arden, his brother), Wakefield, for two hundred pounds. The deed was witnessed by Joseph Woolverton and John Dickenson. Presumably he removed to Fredericton, New Brunswick at this time and practiced his trade as a tailor. Darius Dickinson, "late of York County," died prior to 26 October 1808, on which date the widow, Mary Dickinson, renounced administration of Darius' estate in favour of the principal creditor, Henry Smith. Her signature was witnessed by Peter Dickinson and Arden Dickinson. Note included by Polly Shaw: In Vital Statistics (newspapers): Estate of Darius Dickinson, Fredericton; Administrator: Henry Smith, 29 Dec. 1808.

Darius arrived at Saint John with his father's family in 1783 with the Spring Fleet, the first of six major government-provided fleets of ships to carry loyalist exiles from New York to Saint John in that year.

On March 15, 1785, Darius and Arden Dickinson petitioned for Lot 70 at Gagetown, stating they had "arrived with the first fleet, next May will be two years," and stating their ages as Darius "will next May be 21 years old" and Arden "18 in April next."

On April 4, 1805, Darius, who signed with his mark, and wife Mary, sold Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, fronting on the St. John River, in the Parish of Wakefield, to Ard Dickinson (probably Arden, his brother), Wakefield, for two hundred pounds. The deed was witnessed by Joseph Woolverton and John Dickenson. Presumably he removed to Fredericton, New Brunswick at this time and practiced his trade as a tailor.

Darius Dickinson, "late of York County," died prior to 26 October 1808, on which date the widow, Mary Dickinson, renounced administration of Darius' estate in favour of the principal creditor, Henry Smith. Her signature was witnessed by Peter Dickinson and Arden Dickinson.

Note included by Polly Shaw:
In Vital Statistics (newspapers): Estate of Darius Dickinson, Fredericton; Administrator: Henry Smith, 29 Dec. 1808. 
DICKINSON, Darius (I239)
 
90 Detailed Record for: LARLEE, ALBERTA LILLIAN Sex: FEMALE Father: LARLEE, ELISHA WALLACE Mother: CRAIG, FANNIE FERN Year: 1904 Month: 05 Day: 11 Place: PERTH County: VI Code: 1904-801393 Fnum: F19719

Detailed Record for: LARLEE, ALBERTA LILLIAN
Sex: FEMALE

Father: LARLEE, ELISHA WALLACE
Mother: CRAIG, FANNIE FERN

Year: 1904
Month: 05
Day: 11
Place: PERTH
County: VI
Code: 1904-801393
Fnum: F19719 
LARLEE, Alberta Lillian (I528)
 
91 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F611
 
92 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F154
 
93 Died in hospital after surgery WHITE, Gladys Jane (I154)
 
94 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1814)
 
95 Drummond Parish, Victoria County, New Brunswick, Parts 1-3
Reel T-6444
National Archives of Canada 
Source (S44)
 
96 Find A Grave, : Find A Grave Source (S88)
 
97 From "Descendents and Direct Ancestors of Leonard O. Wolverton" found at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/o/l/Car-Wolverton/GNE1-004.html "Joseph Barton Woolverton was 6 years old when his Empire Loyalist father immigrated from the US to Maugerville, NB in 1783. Joseph's mother (Catharine Barton) and his half sister (Elizabeth Ann) were the only other family mmbers that came with them. Two half brothers (Thomas and Joseph), went to live with their uncle (John Woolvertton) in Washington County, PA and never moved to NB. A younger brother (James Barton) was born in Maugerville, NB in 1785 but immigrated to the United States following an altercation (based on family stories) with his father and Joseph and never returned to Canada. "The Woolverton farm in Maugerville was a short distance from the land granted to Dr. John Larlee in 1787. Dr. Larlee emigrated from France and was the first white doctor on the Saint John River. Joseph married John Larlee's daughter, Jane, in 1798 and moved further up the St. John River to his father's farm in Northampton, which had been obtained as a land grant in 1796. Their first child (1 of 11) was born in Northampton in 1799. Additional Northampton land grants were made to Joseph, his father Thomas, John Larlee Sr., and John Larlee, Jr. in 1818. Six additional land grants totalling 650 acres were obtained by Joseph Barton Woolverton and his male descendents durint the eitheen hundreds. Joseph's firstborn son (Thomas Thatcher Woolverton) continued the family trend of settling further up the St. John River by purchasing a farm in River de Chute, Wicklow Parish, in 1832."

From "Descendents and Direct Ancestors of Leonard O. Wolverton" found at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/o/l/Car-Wolverton/GNE1-004.html

"Joseph Barton Woolverton was 6 years old when his Empire Loyalist father immigrated from the US to Maugerville, NB in 1783. Joseph's mother (Catharine Barton) and his half sister (Elizabeth Ann) were the only other family mmbers that came with them. Two half brothers (Thomas and Joseph), went to live with their uncle (John Woolverton) in Washington County, PA and never moved to NB. A younger brother (James Barton) was born in Maugerville, NB in 1785 but immigrated to the United States following an altercation (based on family stories) with his father and Joseph and never returned to Canada.

"The Woolverton farm in Maugerville was a short distance from the land granted to Dr. John Larlee in 1787. Dr. Larlee emigrated from France and was the first white doctor on the Saint John River. Joseph married John Larlee's daughter, Jane, in 1798 and moved further up the St. John River to his father's farm in Northampton, which had been obtained as a land grant in 1796. Their first child (1 of 11) was born in Northampton in 1799. Additional Northampton land grants were made to Joseph, his father Thomas, John Larlee Sr., and John Larlee, Jr. in 1818. Six additional land grants totalling 650 acres were obtained by Joseph Barton Woolverton and his male descendents durint the eitheen hundreds. Joseph's firstborn son (Thomas Thatcher Woolverton) continued the family trend of settling further up the St. John River by purchasing a farm in River de Chute, Wicklow Parish, in 1832." 
WOOLVERTON, Joseph Barton (I227)
 
98 From Anglican Church records, Rev. Frederick Dibblee: July 15, 1795, baptised Rosanna d/o Dr. and Mrs. Larle, b. 17 Sept. 1793. From the Carleton Sentinel, February 5, 1887: "d. at her residence Jacksontown (Carleton Co.) 30th ult., Rosanna Watson, widow of Alexander Watson, age 93 years, four months. The deceased has been many years a consistent member of the Jacksontown Baptist Church." LARLEE, Rosanna (I225)
 
99 From Anne Crocker's book, Three Spades Deep: "From a book about graduates of Acadia University, Wolfville, NS, comes this information, kindly provided by Ruth Burgess: 'Enoch Judson Stronach - a B.A. from Acadia College in 1862. Had a business n Nictaux, NS. Studied Medicine at Boston University, receiving a diploma in 1879. Practiced as Homeopathic Physician and as a Dentist in Boston. In broken health, he returned to Nictaux in 1891. He died 5 Feb 1892.'

From Anne Crocker's book, Three Spades Deep:

"From a book about graduates of Acadia University, Wolfville, NS, comes this information, kindly provided by Ruth Burgess:

'Enoch Judson Stronach - a B.A. from Acadia College in 1862. Had a business n Nictaux, NS. Studied Medicine at Boston University, receiving a diploma in 1879. Practiced as Homeopathic Physician and as a Dentist in Boston. In broken health, he returned to Nictaux in 1891. He died 5 Feb 1892.' 
STRONACH, Enoch Judson (I959)
 
100 From http://www.rootsweb.com/~nbcarlet/press1908.htm: Larlee,Mrs.Hulda Nov 9 6 Obit-Oct28th;84yrs;widow of Daniel;last-Topman;names listed

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~nbcarlet/press1908.htm:

Larlee,Mrs.Hulda Nov 9 6 Obit-Oct28th;84yrs;widow of Daniel;last-Topman;names listed 
TOPHAM, Hulda (I203)
 

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