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51  MCNEILL, Kenneth Gibson (I94956)
 
52  MCNEILL, Eva Louise (I94957)
 
53  WALKER, Agnes Wilson (I95600)
 
54  WALKER, David (I95601)
 
55  WALKER, Margaret Hetherington (I95602)
 
56  CLAY, Harvey Reid (I111220)
 
57  CLAY, Harvey Reid (I111220)
 
58  WESTON, Benard John (I114471)
 
59  Family: David WALKER, Sr. / Margaret HETHERINGTON (F147)
 
60  Family: Henry STUART, Lord Darnley / Mary STUART, Queen of Scots (F1471)
 
61  Family: James HEPBURN, Earl of Bothwell / Mary STUART, Queen of Scots (F1478)
 
62  Family: Harry Golden SMITH / Elizabeth EMERSON (F36557)
 
63 Inscription: George Walker who died at Priestside April 7th 1767 in the 50th years of his age also Mary Underwood his wife who died February 17th 1797 in the 80th year of her age also John Walker their son who died September 4th 1781 in the 23rd year of his age. On the right hand lies Jean Walker daughter to above George Walker who died 2nd June 1801 age 50 years also Esther Walker her sister who died at Guile 13th June 1826 age 70 years.  WALKER, George (I114261)
 
64 Inscription: In Memory of / James Marchbank / Died Sep. 13, 1906. AET. 73. / Shed not for him the bitter tear, / Or give the heart to vain regret / Tis but the casket that lies here. / The gem that filled it sparkles yet. / Also His Wife / Jane Webster / Died Jan. 9, 1924, AEt. 81. / Marchbank. Back: Their Great Grandson / Robert C. Marchbank / Sept. 8, 1940 - Jan. 27, 1994 / His Wife / Nancy E. Simmons / May 7, 1943 -. MARCHBANK, James Jr. (I9)
 
65 Joseph Davison (B), Eliza Cousins (S), married 12 February 1867 by license by Alex Cameron. Witnesses: James Biggar, James Cousins. Recorded 28 February 1867, C. Irving, surrogate. There were no children from this marriage. Family: Joseph DAVISON, Jr. / Eliza COUSINS (F6947)
 
66 obituary: "On 16th May, John Cairns, age 83. Native of Dumfries County." (Patriot, 22 April 1871). CAIRNS, John Glen (I19643)
 
67 Obituary: "The sudden death of Minnie Walker occurred on Saturday, February 5, 1983. She was the daughter of the late Thomas D. and Margaret Carruthers. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband Ernest L. Walker, Summerside; one daughter Evelyn Frank, Manotick, Ontario; four sons, Kenneth, Summerside; George, Cold Brook, Nova Scotia; Neil, Charlottetown; John, Summerside. Also 17 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. As well, she is survived by a sister, Mirima Muttart, Kentville, N.B.
She was predeceased by a son Thomas and a brother John.

Mrs. Walker was a member of the Summerside Presbyterian Church and a life member of the WMS, as well as an active member of the Abegweit Chapter of the IODE. Resting at the Moase Funeral Home until noon Tuesday, then to the Summerside Presbyterian Church for funeral service at 2 p.m. Entombment will be in Peoples Cemetery receiving vault. Visiting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9. Memorials to the Summerside Presbyterian Church memorial fund would be appreciated." 
CARRUTHERS, Minnie Sophia (I1122)
 
68 When the Jamieson Mills in New Annan came up for sale in 1878 Edward's father bought the property, and established Edward as the proprietor of flour, carding, cloth and grist mills. The property included a farm and a home in which Ed and Phemie raised their family of four daughters and one son.
By the time Ed took over the Jamieson mill, a saw mill had been closed. The carding mill continued operation during warm weather. Dyeing cloth was another operation that continued to serve home weavers. The grist mill remained in operation for many years, where farmers brought their grain to be stone ground into "Island" flour, whole wheat flour, cream of wheat, oatmeal and bran. The Wright mill pond in New Annan was a place of recreation, a place for trout fishing in summer and skating parties in winter. [Note: The preceding story was extracted from The Wrights of Bedeque, Vol. 1, p. 95, by Doris Muncey Haslam, 1978.]
The Wright mill was known to still be in operation in 1881 as recorded in the 1881 census 
WRIGHT, Edward John (I67294)
 
69 [:Inscription: WILLIAMS / Harold B. Williams / 1917 - 1950 / The way of the cross leads home[CR:] WILLIAMS, Harold Bayfield (I106896)
 
70 ! Four brothers by the name of Lay came to America from England as early as
1637 to 1645/1648.
Savage: William and Edward settled in Boston first, then William moved to Rhode
Island, and Edward moved to Conn. (Hartford Times). 
LAY, William (I43838)
 
71 ! From his will, he was not married. LAY, James (Jeams) (I43639)
 
72 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, David (I43642)
 
73 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Mary (I43643)
 
74 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Jonathan (I43644)
 
75 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Sarah (I43645)
 
76 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Katherine (I43646)
 
77 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Samuel (I43647)
 
78 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Obedience (I43648)
 
79 ! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst COPP, Amy (I43858)
 
80 ! From the Copp Gen. COPP, Sarah (I43860)
 
81 ! From the IGI and pedigree chart found in Old Chatham, New York. LAY, Phoebe (I43839)
 
82 ! From the pedigree chart found in Old Chatham, New York. LAY, Marah (I43840)
 
83 ! From the pedigree chart from Old Chatham, New York. LAY, Abagail (I43841)
 
84 ! From the pedigree chart from Old Chatham, New York. LAY, Sarah (I43842)
 
85 ! From the pedigree chart from Old Chatham, New York. LAY, Rebecca (I43845)
 
86 ! The Conn. Gen. society.
Settled in Saybrook, Conn. in 1637. 
LAY, Robert (I43833)
 
87 !Ancestral file. COPP, Dorothy (I43861)
 
88 !Ancestry GEDCOM - From the IGI and pedigree chart found in Old Chatham, New York.
Inscriptions at Lyme, Conn., states he died 13 Nov 1696, and that he was 63 yr.
He fought in King Phillips War and was wounded in the Great Swamp fight, and
also was called the drummer, (Lyme Land Records Vol. 2, p. 351). He called the
people together for worship, to warn of Indian raids, for Town Meetings and any
other important news.

WIF:Sarah .. - GEN0100 v.62 p345 
LAY, {Drummer} {Elder} John (I43640)
 
89 !BD:1632 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI 
RICHMOND, Edward (I43561)
 
90 !BD:1641 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
PARN:Elizabeth Irish
MD:1672
MP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
WIF:Elizabeth Irish 
IRISH, John (I43617)
 
91 !BD:1654 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
MD:1672
MP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
HUS:John Irish 
IRISH, Elizabeth (I43618)
 
92 !BD:1668 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
PARN:Thomas and Lydia (Gannt) Burgess
MD:1st 1691
MP:1st Little Compton, Newport, RI
WIF:1st Esther Richmond
MD:2nd 24 Oct 1707
MP:2nd Little Compton, Newport, RI
WIF:2nd Martha Closson 
BURGESS, Thomas (I43559)
 
93 !BD:1669 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
PARN:Edward and Abigail (Davis) Richmond
MD:1691
MP:Little Compton, RI
HUS:Thomas Burgess 
RICHMOND, Esther (I43560)
 
94 !BD:1694 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
PARN:Thomas and Esther Burgess
MD:6 Nov 1712
MP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
HUS:Jeremiah Brownell

!NAME: - Brownell Genealogy by J Archer Brownell
PARN:
BD:
BP:
DD: 
BURGESS, Deborah (I43558)
 
95 !BD:29 Sept 1709 - NYGBR vol 68 p.34
BP:Stonington, Ct
DD:aft 4 Feb 1784, prob Cumberland Co, NS
MD:7 Nov 1744
MP:New London, Ct

!BD:29 Sep 1709 - IGI0001
BP:Stonington, New London, CT
PARN:Jonathan Copp
MD:7 Nov 1744
MP:New London, New London, CT
WIF:Isabel Dixon!BD:29 Sept 1709 - NYGBR vol 68 p.34 BP:Stonington, Ct DD:aft 4 Feb 1784, prob Cumberland Co, NS MD:7 Nov 1744 MP:New London, Ct

!BD:29 Sep 1709 - IGI0001 BP:Stonington, New London, CT PARN:Jonathan Copp MD:7 Nov 1744 MP:New London, New London, CT WIF:Isabel Dixon! From the Book, the Lay Family of Lyme, Conn. By Charles Dyer Parkhurst 
COPP, John (I43528)
 
96 !BD:Feb 1673 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
PARN:John and Elizabeth (Irish) Irish
MD:4 Jan 1699
MP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
WIF:Martha Nelson 
IRISH, David (I43615)
 
97 !DD:9 Mar 1662 - BOK0023
WIF:Bridget
LIVED:Gloucester (1651) 
ROWE, John (I9441)
 
98 !ID= BR 1274

!BD:10 Oct 1689 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI (or Tiverton)
PARN:Thomas and Mary (Pearce) Brownell
MD:6 Nov 1712
MP:Little Compton, Newport, RI (or Tiverton)
WIF:Deborah Burgess

!NAME: - Brownell Genealogy by J Archer Brownell
PARN:
BD:
BP:
DD:
DP:
MD:
WIF:
was in the civil service at Little Compton from 25 Nov 1718 until 26 Aug 1755;
appointed Justice of Peace in Oct 1750; member of War Commission during French
and Indian War (1754-1756)

!NAME: - Catherine Dickie, 18/10/92
BD: 
BROWNELL, Jeremiah (I43557)
 
99 !ID= BR 12741

!BD:12 Dec 1713 - IGI0001
BP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
PARN:Jeremiah and Deborah (Burgess) Brownell
MD:17 Dec 1738
MP:Little Compton, Newport, RI
WIF:Ruth Irish

!NAME: - Catherine Dickie, 18/10/92
PARN:
BD:
BP:
DD:prior 10 Oct 1787
DP:
MD:
MP:
WIF: 
BROWNELL, Jeremiah (I43578)
 
100 !ID= BR 127411

BP:Little Compton, RI - NYGBR vol 68, p35
DD:at Jolicure, NB

BD:1747

!NAME: - Brownell Genealogy by J Archer Brownell
PARN:
BD:
BP:
DD:
DP:
WIF:
LIVED:Jolicure, NB

!NAME: - Catherine Dickie, 18/10/92
PARN:
BD:1747
BP:
DD:
DP:
WIF:Sarah Annie Copp

also given as son of Aaron and Alice (Southworth) Brownell 
BROWNELL, Jeremiah (I43524)
 

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