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Marriage Register, Moreton's Harbor,
1861 - 1878
(from Anglican Church Records, Botwood)

 

 


October 24, 1861

John BARTLETT
& Miriam JENNINGS,
in Church at Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  James Jones, Phoebe Rideout

October 28, 1861
Israel FUDGE
& Tamar BURT
in Church at Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Charles White, William A. Rideout, Susannah Foote

December 14, 1861
John WELLEN &
Dinah SMALL
in the Church at Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Thomas Wellen, Dinah Bide, Pebe (?Phoebe) Gillett

June 7, 1862
Charles Martin FUDGE
& Mary Ann WHITE
in Church, Indian Burying Ground by George Tucker
Witnesses:  W. T. Knight, James White, Thomas Studley

June 9, 1862
James LAUNDEN & Eliza HEWLETT
in Shoe Cove by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Frederick Fricker, William (illegible), Sarah Gray

June 12, 1862
Henry RIDEOUT, Moreton's Harbor
& Jane COOMBS, Round Harbor
in Round Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Charles Collins, William Coombs, Fanny Smith, Elias Smith

June 20, 1862
Henry RICHMAN, Hampshire, England
& Jane WELLS, Three Arms
in Three Arms by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Henry Strong, William Budgell, Sophia Strong

August 26, 1862
John WELCHMAN, Shoe Cove
& Jane GRAY, Shoe Cove
in Shoe Cove by George Tucker
Witnesses:  John Welchman, Sr., John Gray, Martha Ann Gray

August 27, 1862
Solomon WINSER, Tilt Cove
& Rachel POLLARD, Herring Neck
in Tilt Cove by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Henry Jure, William Mackey, Elias Dix

August 29, 1862
John FOST, Herring Neck
& Mary WAYLAND, Harbour Grace
in Snook's Arm bu George Tucker
Witnesses:  William Young, John Tilley

August 31, 1862
Thomas BOWERS, Round Harbor
& Joanna FOST, Herring Neck
at Indian Burying Place by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Henry Jure, Sarah Jane Giles

August 31, 1862
Jonathan ADAMS, Indian Burying Place
& Jane STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place
at Indian Burying Place by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Thomas Studley, James Studley

September 2, 1862
Elias SQUIRES, Herrng Neck
& Sarah NOBLE, Nipper's Harbor
at Nipper's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Samuel Randell, Thomas Batstone

September 3, 1862
Samuel DOLLAND &
Phoebe LANGDOWNE, both of Nipper's Harbor
at Nipper's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Charles Batstone, Rebecca Langdowne

September 3, 1862
Benjamin BOWERS &
Jane ANDERSON, both of Nipper's Harbor
at Nipper's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Charles Batstone, Elizabeth Noble

October 8, 1862
Andrew PEARCE, JR. &
Anna WELLS, both of Exploits Burnt Island
in the Church at Exploits Burnt Island by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Edward Downton, Alfred Pearce

December 3, 1862
Andrew BRINTON &
Jemima RUSSELL, both of Moreton's Harbor
in the Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Charles White, Mary Jane Fudge

December 2, 1862
Albert TAYLOR &
Martha PECKFORD, both of Moreton's Harbor
in Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Basil Taylor, Martha Taylor

February 20, 1863
Adam RIDEOUT &
Mary Jane FUDGE, both of Eastern Head
in Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  William Manuel, Rachel Rideout

April 21, 1863
Charles HARVEY, Black Island Main Tickle &
Louisa CURTIS, Twillingate
in Church, Tizzard's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Aaron Bide, Fanny Bide, Dinah Bide

May 26, 1863
Samuel (or Lamuel) BURT &
Dinah BIDE, both of Tizzard's Harbor
in Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Tucker
Witnesses:  Aaron Bide, Fanny Bide, Richard Burt

July 14, 1863
William COOMBS &
Fanny SMITH, both of Round Harbor
by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Rebecca Coombs, Ann Coombs, Henry Rideout

August 25, 1863
Frederick THOMAS, Chard, Somerset, England &
Hannah NOBLE, Nipper's Harbor
in Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  William Noble, Elizabeth Noble, Thomas Starks

August 25, 1863
John NOBLE, Nipper's Harbor
& Phoebe ELLELTE, Twillingate
in Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Elizabeth Noble, Thomas Batstone, William Noble
                   Frederick Thomas, Thomas Starks

August 26, 1863
Mark MILLER, Ship Cove, Trinity Bay &
Sarah GREY, Shoe Cove
in Shoe Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Jonathan Taylor, Frank Morgan, John Cater, Frederick Frecker

September 6, 1863
Richard LANGDOWN, Nipper's Harbor
& Miriam ROWSELL, Hall's Bay
at Nipper's Harbor (14th Sunday after Trinity) by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Frederick Thomas, Charles Batstone, Samuel Rendall

September 6, 1863
John STARKS, Nipper's Harbor &
Amy Ann POLLARD, Button Hole Cove
at Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Frederick Thomas, Charles Batstone, Samuel Rendall

September 7, 1863
Josiah KNIGHT, widower,
& Phoebe NOBLE, both of Nipper's Harbor
at Stocking Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Thomas Batstone, Frederick Thomas, James Batstone, Levi Shirran

September 10, 1863
William BUDGELL, widower, Three Arms Island
& Susannah SIMS, Triton
at Three Arms Island by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John B. Wells, James White, John Day

September 13, 1863
Thomas MAY, Indian Burying Place &
Matilda WHITE, Indian Burying Place
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  James White, William May, Joseph Rideout

September 15, 1863
Thomas STARKS, widower, Nipper's Harbor &
Rebekah LANGDOWN, Nipper's Harbor
at Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  William Noble, James White

September 25, 1863
James ANDREWS, Harbour Grace &
Agnes COX, New Bay Head
in Church, Leading Tickles by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Richard Michael Hamilton, Simon Ward, Jane Haggett
                   Reuben ?Pike, Robert Haggett

September 16, 1863
James HIGGINS, widower, Cove Head, Prince Edward Island
& Hannah KING
at King's Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  James King, Gilbert Noble, Mary Ann King

November 2, 1863
William TAYLOR, Moreton's Harbor &
Rachael RIDEOUT, Moreton's Harbor
in Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Charles Britt, Arch Rideout, Mark Taylor, Agnes Rideout

November 5, 1863
James LOCKE, Tizzard's Harbor &
Phoebe GILLETTE, Twillingate
in Church, Tizzard's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Absalom Bide, Thomas Wheaton, Absalom Osborne, Eliza Wheaton

June 18, 1864
Daniel RENDALL, Herring Neck &
Eliza RENDALL, Nipper's Harbor
in Church, Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Thomas Starks, William Noble

June 20, 1864
Henry STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place &
Alice POLLARD, Bear Cove
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  James White, Thomas Stoodley, Jane Stoodley

June 21, 1864
James FOSS, Snook's Arm &
Caroline PIDDLE, Leading Tickles
at Bobbie's Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  James White, Thomas May

June 1, 1864
Joseph FOSS, Snook's Arm &
Rebekah STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Henry Stoodley, Charles Stoodley

August 22, 1864
Henry HEWLETT, Shoe Cove &
Elizabeth COOMBS, Round Harbor
at Round Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Cater, John Coombs, Annie White,

October 24, 1864
John HEAD, Grate's Cove, Trinity Bay
& Lavinia TAYLOR, Moreton's Harbor
at Moreton's Harbor Church by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Edwin Taylor, Frederick Taylor, George Peddle

October 25, 1864
Thomas BIRTS, Tizzard's Harbor &
Emma RANDELL, Tizzard's Harbor
at Moreton's Harbor Church by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Gates, ? Stuckley, Richard Bide

This entry is water & ink stained, very hard to read
October 29, 1864
John MILLEY, Black Head &
Mary RIDEOUT, Western Head
in Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Richard Rideout, Edward Taylor

November 1, 1864 (All Saint's Day)
Joseph CANNINGS, Western Head &
Hannah FUDGE, Western Head
in Church at Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Hercules Rideout, Hannah Taylor, Isaac Fudge

November 2, 1864
Mark TAYLOR, Moreton's Harbor &
Agnes BUDGELL, Little Harbor
in Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses: William Taylor, Joseph Taylor, George Budgell

March 6, 1865
Robert HAGGETT, Leading Tickles &
Rebecca COOMBS, widow, Round Harbor
at Leading Tickles by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Haggett, Robert Alcock, Jane Haggett

March 7, 1865
William SHEARIN, New Bay Head &
Rosannah BUDGELL, Port de Grave, Conception Bay
at New Bay Head by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Richard Martin, John Cox

March 8, 1865
John Thomas RICHARDS, New Bay Head & Sarah DAW, New Bay Head
at New Bay by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses: Isaac Richards, Richard Martin

July 1, 1865
Eli TILLEY, Kelligrews & Mary FUDGE, Round Harbor
at Shoe Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Aaron Boyde, John Whealen, Abram Pardy

July 2, 1865 (3rd Sunday after Trinity)
Nicholas HEWLETT, Shoe Cove & Miriam GREY, Shoe Cove
at the Church, Shoe Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Charles Wilmington, Jesse Grey

July 2, 1865 (3rd Sunday after Trinity) Solomon CHIPP, Shoe Cove &
Eunice NEWBERRY, Shoe Cove
at Shoe Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  William Newberry, Elizabeth Newberry

July 7, 1865
Charles COOMBS, Round Harbor & Mary ?SLADE, Round Harbor
at Round Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Coombs, Anne Coombs, Jane Rideout

July 9, 1865
Robert PROLE, Indian Burying Place & Susan GILES, Indian Burying Place
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  William May, William Prole, James White

July 9, 1865
Richard PROLE, Indian Burying Place & Maria Susan RIDEOUT, Rogues Harbor,
Notre Dame Bay
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witness:  Robert Prole

July 10, 1865
Levi WHITE, widower, Indian Burying Place & Elizabeth RIDEOUT, Rogues
Harbor, Notre Dame Bay
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  James ?White, Joseph Rideout

July 10, 1865
Joseph RIDEOUT, Rogues Harbor & Emily WHITE, Indian Burying Place
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witness:  Levi White

July 23, 1865
George ROWSELL, widower, Leading Tickles & Rebecca FUDGE, widow, Twillingate
at Leading Tickles by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  William Rowsell, Melina Alcock

September 2, 1865
Israel DECKER, Joe Batt's Arm & Esther DICKS, Caplin Cove
at Caplin Cove, district of Fogo, by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Abel Pardy, Anne ?Saunders, Sarah ?  (very water & ink stained)

September 3, 1865
Theophilus PORTER, South Shore, Conception Bay & Mary Philips, Indian
Burying Place
at Round Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Sheppard, William Stidstone, William Collins

September 3, 1865
Edward BOONE, Round Harbor & Julia PILLEY, Black Island
at Round Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Sheppard, William Stidstone, William Collins

September 3, 1865
Elias SMITH, Round Harbor & Anne WHITE, Indian Burying Place
at Round Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Sheppard, William Stidstone, William Collins

September 18, 1865
Elias CROUCHER, Cutwell Arm & Caroline WHATKINS, Cutwell Arm
at Ward's Harbor by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  James Croucher, John Rowsell, Joseph Rowsell

September 23, 1865
James ROBERTS, Bonavista & Jane YOUNG, Shoe Cove Bight
at Shoe Cove by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  John Clance, John Richards

September 20, 1865
Henry ?LEAR, Port de Grave, Conception Bay & Sarah Anne MAY, Indian Burying
Place
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Charles Collins, William May

September 26, 1865
Charles STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place & Sarah Anne (illegible), Shoe Cove
at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour Chamberlain
Witnesses:  Thomas Stoodley, Charles Collins, William May

October 31, 1865
Samson STUCKLEY, Tizzard's Harbor & Patience BIDE, Tizzard's Harbor
at the Church of St. Thomas, Moreton's Harbor by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Thomas Bide, Peter Studley

November 8, 1865
Peter STUCKLESS, Tizzard's Harbor & Fannie BIDE, Tizzard's Harbor
at the Church of St. Thomas, Moreton's Harbor by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Barthomelew Stuckless, Alfred Boyde

October 3, 1866
Joseph HILL, Black Island & Jane MARTIN, Black Harbor
at the Church of St. Thomas, Moreton's Harbor by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Hugh Perry, Harry Hill

October 31, 1866
John LILLEY & Sarah BAKER, both of Exploits Burnt Island
Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Aram Downton, Henry Stride

October 31, 1866
Samuel POTTER & Susan STRIDE, both of Exploits Burnt Island
Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Aram Downton, Henry Stride

November 26, 1866
John HORWOOD & Ruth DOWNTON, both of Exploits Burnt Island
Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Edward Downton, Edward (illegible)

May 8, 1867
William PELLEY & Anne PARDY, both of Exploits Burnt Island
Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:   John Pelley, George Pelley

June 11, 1867
John BINGAL & Naomi HANCOCK, both of Leading Tickles
in Leading Tickles by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Thomas Rowsell, Eli Rowsell

June 14, 1867
John GILL & Mary CLANCE, both of Exploits, Burnt Island
in Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  James Gill, Charles Foote

August 18, 1867
William COLLINS, Round Harbor & Louisa FIFIELD, Twillingate
at Round Harbor by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  George B. Oxford, Charles Collins

September 10, 1867
William JEANS, England & Jane HACKETT, Leading Tickles
at Leading Tickles by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  James Alcock, William Alcock

April 29, 1867
Stephen SHERIN & Matilda COX, both of New Bay
at Leading Tickles by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Uriah Martin, James Andrews

November 12, 1867
William EVANS & Elizabeth POPE, both of Exploits Burnt Island
at Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  John Jure, Maria Jure

December 2, 1867
Edward DOWNTON & Elizabeth LUFF, widow, both of Exploits Burnt Island
at Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Aram Downton, ?Tamar Baker

December 10, 1867
Alfred BEATON & Julia GILLETT, both of Exploits Burnt Island
at Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  William Sceviour, George Foote

May 13, 1868
Joseph HINDS & Grace CARRAWAY, both of Exploits Burnt Island
in the Church of all Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Eliza C. Hooper, Samuel Budgell

August 17, 1868
Henry EBSARY & Ellen FITZPATRICK, both of Tilt Cove
at Indian Burying Ground by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  William Tilley, William Winsor

September 18, 1868
James WINSER & Mary Ann VARR, both of Tilt Cove
at Tilt Cove by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  William Tilley, William Winser

November 11, 1868
Alfred PURCHASE & Emma MANUEL, both of Exploits Burnt Island
in the Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Aram Downton, John Manuel, Jr.

November 9, 1869
James WELLS & Elizabeth DIAMOND, both of Exploits Burnt Island
at Exploits Burnt Island by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  Thomas Milley, Henry Manuel

November 18, 1869
James DOREY & Mary Jane EVANS, both of Exploits Burnt Island
at Exploits Burnt Island by G. H. Hooper
Witnesses:  William Evans, Edward Evans

Wednesday, August 31, 1870
John SHARON & Priscilla EARLE, both of New Bay
at New Bay by Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  Edward Moores, John Cox

August 21, 1870
Henry HANCOCK & Mary Ann PIDDLE, both of Leading Tickles
in the Church, Leading Tickles by Walter Redfearn Smith
(during Divine Service in the afternoon of 10th Sunday after Trinity)
In the same place and at the same time were also married
Albert FORSEY & Emma ROWSELL, both of Leading Tickles
by Walter Redfearn Smith

Monday, August 22, 1870
Benjamin BILLINGS & Isabella HANNAM, both of Leading Tickles
in Church, Leading Tickles by Walter R. Smith

October 4, 1870
Mark ROWSELL, Leading Tickles & Mary Ann PENNY, Seldom Come By
in Church, Leading Tickles by Walter R. Smith.

October 6, 1870
Joseph MARTIN, Carbonear & Jane MARTIN, widow, Leading Tickles
in Church, Leading Tickles by Walter Redfearn Smith

Sunday, October 21, 1870
William Thomas BUTT & Eliza DORY, both of Exploits Burnt Island
in All Saints Church, Exploits by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  Joseph Woolfrey, John Downton

December 4, 1870 (4th Sunday in Advent)
John DOWNTON, 36 yrs., & Ann ARNOLD, 26 yrs., both of Exploits Burnt
Island
in All Saints Church, Exploits by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  William Sceviour, Emily Jane Tilley, A. C. J. Warren

Friday, December 16, 1870
Noah CHIPPETT, 25 yrs., Leading Tickles & Dorcas MOORE, 23, New Bay
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  Albert Forsey, Alfred Moore, A. C. J. Warren

Friday, December 16, 1870
Reuben MANUEL, 25 yrs., & Selina JURE, 25 yrs., both of Exploits Burnt
Island
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  William Lilley, Henry Manuel

Tuesday, December 22, 1870
George Henry FOOTE, 26 yrs., Exploits Burnt Island
& Louisa Isabella PEARCE, 26 yrs, Exploits Burnt Island
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  Andrew Pearce, Abraham Pearce, Joseph Pearce, Alf Warren

Sunday, August 20, 1871
William SHORT, widower, Harlick's Cove &
Phoebe BURTON, Ward's Harbor
in Christs' Church, Ward's Harbor by Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  John Hewlett, John Rowsell, Sr., Thomas Rideout

Monday, November 6, 1871
Francis MARTIN, Black Island & Elizabeth DAVIS, Harbour Grace
in All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  Joseph Hill, Ambrose Hill, Ellen Hamilton

Thursday, Novembe 9, 1871
Arthur DOWNTON & Ann BAKER, both of Exploits Burnt Island
in All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  Giles Foote, Elijah Lanning, Isabel ? (illegible)

Friday, July 5, 1872
Thomas MILLER, Topsail, Conception Bay &
Martha CURTIS, Dominion Point, Exploits River
in the saw mill at Dominion Point by Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  James Winsor, F. J. Vallance, Aram Downton

Monday, February 10, 1873
Charles Beaton GILL, widower, 40 yrs., Kite Cove, Exploits River
& Sarah Elisabeth BALL, 23 yrs., Exploits Burnt Island
in winter residence of groom at Wigwam Point, Exploits River by Walter R.
Smith
Witnesses:  Frederick Jure, George Gill, Levi Baker, Elisabeth Emma Squires

November 5, 1873
John MANUEL & Mary Jane MILLEY, both of Exploits
in Exploits by Robert Temple
Witnesses:  Frederick Jure, Solomon Hancock, Susan Jure

Thursday, November 27, 1873
James SCEVIOUR & Phebe RIDEOUT, both of Exploits Burnt Island
in All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  John Horwood, Abraham Lilley, Hannah Manuel

Saturday, June 6, 1874
William Henry POTTER, fisherman, Black Island &
Jane STRIDE, Hoop Stick Gulch, near northern head of Exploits Bay
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  Henry Stride, Susan Jure, Levi Baker, Robert H. Whiteway

Saturday, June 27, 1874
Aaron FIFIELD, fisherman, Badger Bay &
Mary ROBERTS of Frederick, Seal Bay
in Church, Leading Tickles by Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  Mark Rowsell, George Rowsell, Sarah Jane Cull
                   Lydia Roberts, Phebe Fifield, Augustus Bridger

Sunday, June 28, 1874
George HANNAM, fisherman, Leading Tickles &
Louisa LUFFMAN of William, Leading Tickles
in Church, Leading Tickles during Divine Service, 4th Sunday of Trinity, by
Walter R. Smith
Witnesses:  Eli Rowsell, Thomas Silk

Thursday, October 29, 1874
Thomas William WAY, St. John's West &
Eunice BUTLER of John, Sr., Port de Grave, Conception Bay
at the residence of Jabez Butler, Dominion Point, Exploits River by Walter
Redfearn Smith
Witnesses:  James Winsor, F. J. Vallance, Frank ?Banbury, Jacob Winsor
Butler

Thursday, December 30, 1875
Abraham LILLY, 25 yrs., Exploits Burnt Island &
Mary Manchester WINSOR, 23 yrs. of ?illegible Henry Winsor, Aqueforte
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  George Sceviour, John Sceviour, William Lilly, Harry Lilly

July 1, 1876
Henry LANGDON, fisherman, Exploits Burnt Island &
Elizabeth Ann EVANS of Edward, Exploits Burnt Island
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  Richard Lacey, Henry Evans, Lucenda Lacey

September 5, 1876
Charles NOSEWORTHY, 43, fisherman, Leading Tickles &
Mary TRAVIS, 49, widow, Twillingate
at their residence, South West Arm, Notre Dame Bay by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  Joseph Martin, Uriah Martin

October 21, 1876
James BUDGEL, 24 yrs., fisherman, Leading Tickles &
Harriet BUDGEL, 23 yrs., of the late Thomas, Exploits Burnt Island
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  John Horwood, Abraham Cafe, Maria Chaulk, Frances Clarke

October 30, 1876
James JUER, 29 yrs., fisherman, Killick Island, Exploits Bay &
Ann PHELAN, 17 yrs., of John, Bett's Cove
in school, Dominion Point, Exploits Bay by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  Aram Downton, F. J. Vallance, James Winsor, Frank Banbury

November 8, 1876
Henry MILLEY, 28 yrs., fisherman, Exploits Burnt Island &
Sarah FOT of Peter R., Harbour Grace
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  William Frampton, Levi Milley, Susannah Milley, Priscilla Milley

October 3, 1877
William John HOOPER, 28 yrs., fisherman &
Mary PURCHASE, 38 yrs. of John, Dominion Point, Exploits River
in school room, Dominion Point, Exploits River by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  James Winsor, F. J. Vallance, Aram Downton, John Cousins

November 6, 1877
Joseph HILL, 35 yrs., widower, fisherman, Black Island &
Fanny WELLS, 29 yrs., widow, of Henry Wells, Exploits Burnt Island
in Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  William Budgell, Thomas Hill, Amelia Ann Hill, Charlotte Hill

July 2, 1878
Isaac Ford WINSOR, 21 yrs., engineer, Dominion Point, Exploits River &
Annie PAYNE, 25 yrs., of George, Barneed, Conception Bay
in school, Dominion Point by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  Ford Winsor, Jacob W. Butler, Anna J. Winsor, Isabella Winsor

July 2, 1878
George William PAYNE, 28 yrs., engineer, Dominion Point, Exploits River &
Cecilia Jane PURCHASE, 18 yrs., of John, Dominion Point
in school, Dominion Point by John Hewitt
Witnesses:  F. J. Vallance, G. S. Green, James Mercer, Juanita Purchase

July 3, 1878
Henry TUCKER, widower, 45 yrs., mill servant, Dominion Point &
Abigail MILLEY, 25 yrs., of Edward (deceased), Exploits Burnt Island
in school, Dominion Point, Exploits River by John Hewitt
witnesses:  Jabez Butler, F. J. Vallance, Jacob W. Butler, Eliza Ellen
Curtis

December 12, 1878
Elijah LANNING, Exploits Burnt Island & Mary NOSEWORTHY, Leading Tickles
in All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Henry C. Johnson
Witnesses:  Anna Lilly, Lucy Manuel, Thomas ?Pearce, Henry Lacey, Joseph
Pearce

 

 

Contributed By: Paul and Judy Gill

Page Revised: October 2002 (Don Tate)

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