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Canada Western Land Grant
Enlisted in Canadian Forces 30-8-1917 Winnipeg a farmer White Beach, SK wife Jessie had been in 99th Manitoba for 6 months
Service No 218387
Travelled to Quebec from Glasgow 28-6-1919
|Delday, James (I4970)
Civil Ward Draft 1863 a labourer
at 1900 census at New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampishire a Cotton Card Grinder
at marriage in 1910 a carder
at 1910 census at Chelmsford street, Chelmsford Town, Mass, USA living on own income
at 1920 census an inmate of the National Home for Disbled soldiers Augusta, Kennebec Maine.
Was a resident of the National Soldiers Home 27-11-1919 until his death 9-12-1922 a Mill Operative
had enlisted 21-7-1863 discharged 16-7-1865
Parents and spouces name were not recorded
|Bell, George W (I12353)
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Houston, TX 77008
Gene Paul Ritch, 76, of Conroe, Texas passed away October 30, 2017 after a long battle with Alzheimer's. Gene Paul was born November 6, 1940 in Smith County, Texas to Clifford Onts Ritch and Ozella Hugghins Ritch
Gene Paul was the Valedictorian of Troup High School's Class of 1959. He attended the University of Houston on a football scholarship and was a lifelong Cougar football supporter. In 1961, while attending college, he married his high school sweetheart, Judy Ellis. After graduating college, he worked for 2 years as a teacher and coach for Reagan and Waltrip High School's in Houston. He especially liked coaching their track and football teams. After teaching, Gene Paul began his career with Texas Transportation Institute and spent 39 years working there in various positions. During those years he and Judy raised a family with their two sons, Gene Gavin and Mark Ellis. He enjoyed coaching his sons in various sports, playing golf, traveling and shopping at the local thrift stores.
Gene Paul started volunteering for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in 1980 and was a founding member of the Rodeo Express Committee. He dedicated 20 years to the rodeo, making many friends while helping his community. Gene Paul will be remembered and missed by many for his wickedly dry sense of humor, his razor sharp intelligence and his devotion to his wife and family.
Gene Paul was preceded in death by his beloved "first" wife Judy, his parents, and his brothers, Harlan and Jerry. He is survived by his sons, Gene Gavin and his wife Dawn; Mark and his wife Kristi; his grandchildren, Matt, Gavin, Jason, Jacob and Drew Ritch; his sister, Billie Faye Newton; his half-brother and spouse, Benny and Kim Ritch; and half-sister, Sylvia Ponder.
|Ritch, Gene Paul (I9412)
Daisy Ritch (807) 346-4986 189 Ravenwood Cres Thunder Bay ON P7B 4J1
|Ritch, Daisy (I6228)
Deernes School 1910 at 1911 census at Kitchen of Breeks, Deerness
Emigrated to Canada on the Dutchess of Richmond, Canadian Pacific Line leaving Greenock on the 2nd November 1929. Her occupation was stated to be a Domestic Servant and she was intending to continue in this occupation in Canada. She arrived on the 8th November at Quebec. Her employer was stated to be D Linklater, 29 Fairford Street, W. Moose Jaw. Also travelling on this ship was an Annie MacGillivray aged 25 from Kirkwall. Her father was John MacGillivray of 9 Gardens Street, Kirkwall and she was travelling to meet with her Fiancee the above noted D Linklater.
email from David I M Linklater Nov 2007 confirming the above. The Annie MacGillivray was his mother who was travelling to Moose Jaw to marry his father who was a Cabinet maker and Unholsterer by trade, had set up a picture framing business at 29 Fairford Street in Moose Jaw Sk, Canada. David was born in Moose Jaw and his family returned to Orkney where his father ran the general merchants business in Stenness and they had 5 more children.
Ann Ritch was her bridesmaid in Canada.
|Ritch, Ann Margaret (I2740)
Departed 19-4-1902 from Glasgow to Montreal on the "Sarmatian" a Blacksmith going to Toronto. Arrived 1-5-2002
at 1920 census a paymaster in a Mill Berlin Ward, Cooz, New Hampshire
Naturalised 1914 arrived 1902
Anniversary s Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gibb, 3 Park Avenue, Gatineau, celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary Sunday, August 27 1944 , when they received a large number-of their friends at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Gibb were married in New York City August 27, 1904, and have resided for the past 15 years at Gatineau where Mr. Gibb is employed as agent of ,the Canadian International Paper Company, Gatineau Mill,-having been transferred from the Glen Mill at Berlin, New Hampshire. Mr. Gibb has just completed 42 years of continuous service with the Canadian - International Paper Company, having started in their employ at Watertown, New York, in 1902. Mr. and Mrs. Gibb were the recipients of many gifts from the staff of Gatineau mill and numerous friends and neighbors and a beautiful basket of flowers was presented from the officers and members of the employees Mutual Benefit Association. Telegrams of congratulations were received from many, parts of the United States and Canada. The out-of-town guests -were Mrs. David H, Gibb. of Clark Summit, Pennsylvania and Mr. Edward Ritch, of Watertown, New York. The Gibb family were all present two sons and two daughters, Mr. George G. "Gibb, Gatineau and LAC. David Gibb, Ottawa, and Mrs. Hugh S. Young and Miss Alison Gibb, Gatineau, also, four grandchildren; Miss Janet and Master John Gibb . and Misses Doreen and Eileen Young. About one hundred and sixty friends called at the home to pay their respects, and afternoon tea and refreshments were served The family minister. Rev. Thos. V. Bird and Mrs; Bird, Rev. Father Claude, parish priest of Gatineau, also Rev. Mr. Robertson and Mrs. Robertson, of North Gower were among the callers during, the afternoon.
Many Attend Funeral of John S. Gibb Many former- business associates, friends . and relatives, gathered on Tuesday afternoon to ' Pay Impressive tribute to the . -: rtoemoty-ef John S.,ibb,?. Inter-. national Paper Company agent ''and. prominent in paper-milling circles, throughout .'Canada ; and :JJortbertv,. United States, who died ' at his residence, Gatineau, Quebec on Sunday He was in his 67th -year.- "The - funeral service was con-7 -ducfejJattHoUe and Playf air Lim-i lted at two o'clock by Rev. , O. "Bunt Interment took place in Xast Templeton. Que. . Honorary pall-bearers were: W. .. W.-Semfle, C. H. j GHpatrick; F. Butlef, :B- D. Pincombe, Malcolm a & Wames Irving
|Gibb, John Smilliey (I13590)
Details recorded on gravestone in Barnhill Cemetary Dundee near Monifieth
|Whitton, Winifred Mary (I2564)
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Edith & Allan Ritch (807) 329-9226 306 Algoma Nakina ON P0T 2HO
The family announces with sorrow her death at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre on July 24, 2015 at the age of 73. She is survived by her dearest son: Allen Ritch of Nakina and by her brothers & sisters: Gilbert (Lori) Ritch of Nakina, Mary (Raymond) Ferris of Thunder Bay, Margaret Singleton (Gordon McKay) of Thunder Bay, Clara (Ananias) Papah of Thunder Bay and Mary (Louie) Waswa of Fort Hope. Edith will be sadly missed by numerous nephews and nieces. She is pre-deceased by her parents: Walter and Charlotte Ritch, her brothers: William, Frank, Charlie & Norman and her sister: Sophie. The funeral ceremony will be held at the Nakina Community Complex on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 1:00pm with Darius Ferris officiating. The interment will be held at Hillcrest Cemetery. Messages of condolence may be placed at the Résidence funéraire Fawcett -
|Ritch, Edith (I18427)
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Elva Beatrice Kelly Obituary
Date of Birth:
Wednesday, January 21st, 1931
Date of Death:
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007
Brock & Visser Funeral Home Burial & Cremation Services Ltd.
845 Devonshire Ave
Woodstock, Ontario, CANADA
KELLY- Peacefully in her sleep at Woodstock General Hospital on Tuesday May 22, 2007, Elva Beatrice Kelly (nee Whitton) of Caressant Care and formerly of Newmarket and Burks Falls, in her 77th year. Beloved mother of Rick and his wife Wendy of Woodstock, Tim of Woodstock, Lynn Kelly and Jack Griffiths of Burks Falls, Sherry Culp and her husband Bob of Piqua, Ohio, and Patricia Kelly of Toronto. Loved grandmother of Kristin Middleton and her husband Jason and Stefanie Kelly, Connor Griffiths, Rick Houston, Sam Houston, and Ben Sowry. Dear sister of Margaret Adams and her husband Harry of Barrie, Jean Potter of B.C., May Bullock of Bracebridge, George Whitton of Holland Landing, John Whitton and his wife Ivy of Holland Landing, and David Whitton and his wife Hazel of Brampton. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. In memory of Elva, contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario would be appreciated and may be arranged through the R.D. Longworth Funeral Home 845 Devonshire Ave., Woodstock
|Whitton, Elva Beatrice (I15143)
at 1900 census at Olean, Cattaragus, New York, USA
at 1910 census at Olean ward 1, Cattaraugus, New York
At 1920 USA Census
Name: Eva B Whittom
[Eva B Whitton]
Home in 1920: Olean Ward 1, Cattaraugus, New York
Age: 62 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1858
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: Canada
Mother's Birth Place: Ireland
Marital Status: Widow
Home owned: Own
Year of Immigration: 1885
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
1928 Pres Pure Ice Co pres-treas Dotterweich Brewing Co 319 Weast Hanley
Name: Eva B Whitton
Home in 1930: Olean, Cattaraugus, New York
Estimated birth year: abt 1862
Relation to Head of House: Head
|Leonard, Eva B (I13323)
emigrated to USA 1903
at 1920 census at Denver Colorado a Street Car Conductor
at 1930 census at San Diego, California a labourer in a Timber yard
|Mingo, Arthur J (I12578)
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Fisherman, Burgar, Whaness
at 1901 census at "Burger" Hoy
Informant at death of father-in-Law
|Thomson, James (I1391)
Weaver Family Funeral Homes
29 Bay Street
Trenton, Ontario, CANADA
|Whitton, Wilbert George Webb (I21684)
Funeral services for RB Sexton, age 85, of Jacksonville, were scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Saturday, July 26, 2014 at Autry Funeral Home Chapel in Frankston with JA Griffin and Mike Griffin officiating. Interment will be at Rocky
Springs Cemetery in Dialville. Mr. Sexton passed away Wednesday, July 23, 2014 in Jacksonville. He was born May 7, 1929 in Troup. Most of RB’s career was spent as a truck driver. Recently he was employed by the City of Jacksonville. His first job was at the Texas Basket Factory. He was an avid fisherman and attended Frankston Assembly of God. He was preceded in death by his parents, Silas and Beulah Sexton; wife, Mary Louise Sexton; and two sons, Kenny Ray and Royal Alan Sexton. Survivors include his sons, Larry Sexton and wife Debbie of Jacksonville, Randall Sexton and wife Karen of KS; daughter, Sheena Pace and fiancé Bob Schotte of Longview; brother, Robert Sexton and wife Helen; eight grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and his beloved pet dog, Anna. Visitation began on Friday, July 25, 2014 with family receiving friends from 6-8 p.m. at Autry Funeral Home in Frankston. Memorials may be made to Hospice of East Texas, 4111 University Blvd. Tyler, TX 75701 or Jacksonville Public Library 502 S. Jackson St. Jacksonville, TX 75766.
|Sexton, Royal Banks (I11906)
Grandmother Sibella Ritch present at birth
In index as John Harvey so fathers name possibly Harvey
a Tailor and Farmer at death surname Harvey formerly Ritch
|Ritch, John Harvey (I373)
Graveside service is at 10 a.m. Thursday at Crestwood Cemetery for Bobby Ray Nance, 71, Hokes Bluff, who passed away Sunday, July 3, 2016. The Rev. Ronnie Holmes will officiate. Collier-Butler Funeral and Cremation Services is directing.
Mr. Nance was a 1963 graduate of Emma Sansom High School. He was an avid Alabama fan and loved hunting, fishing and gardening. He was an Etowah County Football referee for 25 years and was the owner of Nance Upholstery.
Mr. Nance is survived by his wife, Patricia Fleming Nance; daughters, Stacy Hall (David Entrekin), Carly Miller (Paul), Mandi Nance (Thomas Ritch); grandchildren, Jamie Hall (Dylan Capes) and Bailee Hall; sister, Darlene Norris (Randy); brothers, Randy Nance and Ronnie Kilgore; and his beloved Dachshund, "Bear".
Honorary pallbearers are Pete Rary, Jerry Nance, Benny Archer, Ronnie Reed, Don Hopper, Mike Wofford, Terry Snow, Donnie McGriff and Jimmy Griffith.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the American Diabetes Association .
Special thanks to Amedisys Hospice; Dr.'s Terry Perry, Alberto Echeverri, Jed Kaplan; and to Bro. Ronnie Holmes and friends that led Bobby to the Lord.
|Nance, Bobby Ray (I10838)
he is recorded as having graduated from Aberdeen University with first class honours in Mathematics
|Chree, Alexander Bain (I12199)
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HORHOTA, Marjan H.
Passed away on June 17, 2007 in Toronto in his 84th year after a brief struggle with cancer. Beloved husband of Adela for 54 years, father of Irene RITCH (Bocabec, New Brunswick), George and daughter-in-law Margot (Oakville) and loving dido/ grandfather of Natalie. Born in Bortkiv, Ukraine, Marjan immigrated to Canada in 1949. After attending Ryerson University, he earned a Bachelor of Library Science degree from the University of Ottawa (1964) and joined the Faculty of the University of Guelph as a Librarian at the McLaughlin Library (1964-1988). But his real passion was working as a tireless advocate of Ukrainian arts and political independence through a lifetime contribution to the Ukrainian community as a leading editor and journalist. Known throughout the International Ukrainian community by his pen name (Marjan Dalney), he co-founded the Organization of Democratic Ukrainian Youth (ODUM) and served as editor of its Young Ukraine magazine. His 20-year (1977-97) tenure as Editor of the Novi Dni (New Days) monthly magazine earned Marjan HORHOTA international readership. Marjan's half century of Ukrainian journalism was recognized this year when the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Kiev, Ukraine) with the Bahriany Foundation published a 550-page book dedicated to Marjan's writing, selecting from among his over 500 articles, commentaries and speeches and 2,000 pieces of correspondence spanning 1953 to 1996. The letters included those with leading Ukrainian writers, poets, political dissidents, academics and historians. A quiet and unassuming man by nature, Marjan inspired many through his thoughtful writing and dedication to the right of free speech and democratic principles. Friends are invited to the visitations at Cardinal Funeral Home, 366 Bathurst Street, on Tuesday, 2-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. (Panachida 7: 30). Funeral services will be held at St. Volodymyr Cathedral (402 Bathurst St.), on Wednesday at 10: 30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations in Marjan's memory to the Bahriany Foundation, 811 South Roosevelt Ave., Arlington, Illinois, U.S.A. 60005, and the Ivan Franko Home (905) 820-0573 would be appreciated. Condolences may be emailed at www.cardinalfuneralhomes.com. The family sincerely thanks Mount Sinai Hospital's Doctor NIROUMAND, her Team D medical staff and nurses Olga and Neila for their compassionate care.
|Horhota, Marjan H (I7173)
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In 1851 Andrew was a farmer of 63 acres employing 1 man at Denend, Newtyle. In 1856 Andrew was a farmer at Denend, Newtyle. In 1881 Andrew was a widower and farmer of 325 acres in Brechin, Angushire. In 1901 he and Isabella lived in Brechin. An extract of Andrew's testament reads: Andrew Doig, Tenant, Farm of Middle Drums, Brechin, died 25 June 1902, at Middle Drums, testate. Confirmation grated at Forfar, 14 August 1902, to William Doig, Farmer, Carcary, Farnell, Harry Lindsay Jackson, Farmer, Mains of Balhall, Menmuir, William Anderson, Solicitor, Brechin, George Doig, son of the said William Doig, and Isabella Bell or Doig, Middle Drums aforesaid, his widow, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 12 May 1897, and Codicil, dated 7 July 1898, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Forfar, 8 August 1902. Value of Estate, £5,520, 10s. 4d.
in 1856 a Farmer Denend, Newtyle
at 1881 census at "Middle Dumms" Brechin a farmer of 325 acres a widower
|Doig, Andrew (I593)
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In Belgium Police Immigration Index 1840-1930
1964 10 Langley Road, Surbiton, Kingston on Thames
|Oglethorpe, Charles Oswald (I8163)
In Memory of
Nancy C Ritch
June 30, 1936 - September 22, 2014
Nancy Ritch of Monroe, NC, passed away at home on September 22, 2014. Nancy was born in Mecklenburg County, NC on June 30, 1936, a daughter of the late Frank Eller and Emma Satterfield Eller. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Paul Miller Ritch Sr. and her son Paul Miller Ritch Jr Nancy leaves the following members of her family to cherish her memories: her son Frank Ritch Sr. (Sandy) of Monroe and her daughter Debra Young (Tony Sr.) of Charlotte; six grandchildren: Jessica Young, Frank Ritch Jr., Paula Young (Kevin), Kristine Ritch Koerner (Josh), Tony Young Jr., Nicholas Ritch; sister Patricia Bailey...
|Eller, Nancy Christine (I6798)
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informant at brother Williams death address South Ness
|Sutherland, George (I9213)
Informant at fathers death
Kerry K. Whitton passed away peacefully at Colonial Pines Health Care Center, San Augustine, TX, on Monday, October 29, 2012, at the age of 78. He had been a resident of San Augustine and Nacogdoches Counties for the better part of 60 years.
Kerry was a graduate of Texas A&M, earning both a Bachelors and Masters degree. He was an officer in the United States Army, and later a graduate of UT Law School. He taught math for several years in Port Acres, TX and also in San Augstine. He enjoyed reading and studying history, cherishing every word of hundreds of books that he read over the course of his life. He was blessed to have many long-time friends in the area.
Visitation with his son and cousins will be at Taylor Funeral Home in Timpson, TX, on Thursday, November 1, 2012, 1:00 3:45 PM. All friends are invited to stop by and share good memories of Kerry. No formal funeral services are planned. There will be a private graveside burial on Thursday, November 1, 2012, at 4:00 PM, at Woodlawn Cemetery in Timpson.
|Whitton, Kerry King (I24544)
Informant at fathers death in 1913
address at death Eastbister, Longhope, Walls
|Linklater, John (I5244)
James A. Ritch
James was born to Edith Easter (Farr) and Joseph A. Ritch on January 1, 1925,
in Seymour, MO. He moved to the Wenatchee Valley in 1945 with his family, to work in the fruit industry. He later bought and ran his own orchard in Peshastin, WA, until the freeze of 1954. He continued to work for other orchardists until he moved to Sunnyslope with his wife and family and worked
for Birchmount Orchards. He later moved his family back to Peshastin and worked in the lumber mill until his retirement, due to an injury.
He loved to garden and grow beautiful flowers that he was always proud of. He also loved to hunt and fish. He took his family camping an all the lakes of central Washington. Later he loved to enjoy his grandchildren watching the fish.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Edith (Farr) Ritch; his father, Joseph Ritch; also his two sisters: Pearl (Burger) and Vesta (Wittey); and his younger brother, John Cecil Ritch. He is survived by his widow of 61 years, Lola (Jackson) Ritch; daughters, Wanda (Kern) of Spokane, May (Gamble), Janice
Sue (Williams); and two sons, James A. Ritch, Jr. of Yakima, and Oran (Joseph) of Mexico.
|Ritch, James A (I11861)
James was born on the 15 December 1861 in Ipswich, QLD, Australia. He was married to Jessie Victoria GLASS in 1890 in Victoria, Australia . Jessie was born in 1863 in South Melbourne, VIC. She died in 1909 in Ardale? VIC. and was buried on the 24 December 1909 in St Kilda Cemetery, VIC., aged 46. James died in 1899 in Prahan, Melbourne, VIC, aged 37. He was buried on the 4 February 1899 in St Kilda Cemetery, VIC.
Their children were:
i. Thomas Coulston STOKAN was born in 1891 in South Melbourne, VIC. He was killed in World War 1 aged 24. He was a Sergeant 1099 14th Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F who died on Friday 27 August 1915 and he is buried at the Lone Pine Memorial, Turkey.
ii. Eva STOKAN was born in 1894 in Port Melbourne, VIC. She died at Malvern, VIC and was buried on the 31 July 1958 in St Kilda Cemetery. She was also known as Edith.
iii. Rose STOKAN.
iv. Mary Scarth STOKAN.
|Stockan, James (I12150)
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Born in Lancaster, Lancashire.1
31st Mar 1901
Recorded in census in Bootle, Lancashire (8 Pembroke Road).2
2nd Apr 1911
Occupation School Girl in Liscard, Wallasey, Cheshire.3
2nd Apr 1911
Recorded in census in Liscard, Wallasey, Cheshire (2 Warwick Drive).3
about Mar 1929
Married George Ness MCKELLAR in Liscard, Wallasey, Cheshire.5,6
Death of George Ness MCKELLAR.4
lived with the Thailer family.
Died in New Zealand.4
|Pennant, Muriel Cameron (I7106)
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MAY BE INCORRECT PERSON!
at 1861 census at Wearmouth, St Johns aged 1
at 1881 Census at 2 Westbury Street, Bishopwearmouth, Durham and at 1881 census at Stone Heap, Stanhope, Durham ??
at 1891 census at 4 Westbury Street, Bishopwearmouth
at 1901 census at 18 Pavensworth Street, St Mark, North Bishopwearmouth
|Gardiner, Jane A (I1404)
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Most likely sailed on the "Tasmanian" 18-8-1863 - 18-11-186 from liverpool.
Mates Certificate 12-2-1866.
a Master Mariner at sons death in 1943
|Ritch, William (I434)