Hanson Family of New Brunswick

Generation #6

 

 

            This continues with the sons of John5 Hanson and Elizabeth “Betty” Clark, who settled in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Most of the sons remained in Charlotte Co., NB, except Clark Hanson, who probably moved back to Maine. Once again, this is a work in progress, and will continue to be revised as new information is uncovered. Not all the children of the sons of John Hanson and Betty Clark may be correct, and I encourage the genealogist to search for other sources of proof before accepting this information as correct.

 

 

(VI.26) John6 Hanson (Jr.), supposedly second son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born say ca. 1763 in ME, married Abigail Libby, daughter of Jacob and Unity (Parker) Libby, of St. Stephen Parish,[1] Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1792.[2] She was born ca. 1770. Jacob Libby's will, probated on 21 May 1807, named daughters Abigail Hanson and Sarah Hanson.[3]

            Abigail (Libby) Hanson apparently died before 1851. John Hanson was still living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census,[4] listed as a “refugee,” and with the family of his son, Elisha Hanson, in the 1861 Canadian Census.[5] He purchased two parts of Farm Lot #10 of the Penobscot Association Grants in Charlotte Co., NB, from his father, John Hanson Sr., in 1817 and 1818, and this land remained in the Hanson Family until the 1990s.[6] John and Abigail Hanson were both buried in St. Patrick’s Parish, NB.

            John Hanson (Jr.) and Abigail Libby had children, order uncertain:[7]

            A. Eunice7 Hanson, born ca. 1793 in NB,[8] married James Turner, son of James and Rachel (Sylvester) Turner, of Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB,[9] in ca. 1814.[10] He was born ca. 1786, baptized on 20 July 1786.[11] They had children:

            1. Otis Turner, born on 22 Sept. 1815 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[12] married Mary Elizabeth (___) in ca. 1842.[13] He was not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            2. Mary Turner, born ca. 1818 in NB, married Peter Dow on 11 Sept. 1834 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[14] He was not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            3. Hannah Turner, born on 26 Oct. 1819 in St. Patrick’s, NB,[15] married Moses7 Hanson, son of Eliphalette6 and Ellen “Nellie” (Turner) Hanson.[16] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            4. Samuel Turner, born ca. 1820 in NB,[17] married Matilda Robinson on 23 Nov. 1843 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[18] She was born ca. 1822 in NB.[19] They were living in St. Patricks, NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[20] in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[21] and they were still living in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[22]

            5. Unity Turner, born in 1824 in NB, married David7 Hanson, son of Eliphalette6 and Ellen “Nellie” (Turner) Hanson, on 23 Nov. 1843 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[23] He was born on 19 Sept. 1819 in NB,[24] and she was his first cousin once removed. (Continued in Generation #7.)

            6. Phoebe S. Turner, born ca. 1828 in NB.[25]

            7. Sarah Turner, born ca. 1831 in NB.[26]

            8. Ann M. Turner, born ca. 1832 in NB.[27]

            9. James L. Turner, born ca. 1835 in NB, married Clara (___).[28] They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            B. Phoebe7 Parker Hanson, born on 11 Dec. 1797 in NB,[29] married Richard Turner, son of James and Rachel (Sylvester) Turner, of Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, on 9 Jan. 1817 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[30] He was born ca. 1793, baptized on 23 Dec. 1796. She died by 1841, and he remarried to Margaret Groom on 8 Apr. 1841,[31] and then to Catharine Mitchell before 1861.[32] Richard Turner was not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, but he was living in St. Patricks, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census,[33] a farmer, and a widower living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census.[34] Phoebe Parker (Hanson) Turner had children:

            1. Abner Turner, born ca. 1819 in NB,[35] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            2. James E. Turner, born ca. 1821 in NB, married Julia E. or C. (___).[36] They were not found in the 1871 Canadian Census in Charlotte Co., NB, nor in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            3. Richard Turner (Jr.), born ca. 1826 in NB, married Salina (___).[37] They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            4. Hugh Turner, born ca. 1830 in NB,[38] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            5. Angus Turner, born ca. 1833 in NB,[39] was still unmarried and living with his father in the 1861 Canadian Census, a labourer, married Margaret (___), who was born ca. 1826 in Scotland or NB,[40] and they were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[41] and in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[42]

            6. Elias Turner, born ca. 1836 in NB,[43] married Sarah E. (___) in ca. 1858. She was born ca. 1838 in NB, and they were living in St. Patricks, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census, where he was a labourer,[44] in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[45] and in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was still a labourer.[46]

            7. Darias Turner, born ca. 1838 in NB,[47] was still unmarried and living with his father in the 1861 Canadian Census, a “scholar,” married Hattie Young[48] in ca. 1869.[49] She was born ca. 1848 in NB,[50] and they were living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[51]

            C.33 John7 Andrew Hanson, born on 5 Jan. 1800 in Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, NB,[52] married Rachel Young, supposedly daughter of Isaac and Mary (Turner) Young,[53] in ca. 1831.[54] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            D.34 William7 Clark Hanson, born ca. 1801 in NB,[55] married Joanna Turner, of St. Patrick, NB, supposedly his first cousin, daughter of Mark and Elizabeth6 (Hanson) Turner, on 28 Sept. 1820 in Charlotte Co., NB.[56] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            E.35 Elisha7 Prescott Hanson, born ca. 1803 in NB,[57] married Margaret Ann Carlo, daughter of Richard Carlo, on 25 July 1833 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[58] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            F. Mary7 Hanson, born ca. 1805 in NB,[59] possibly the Mary Hanson who married Peter McCallum, of St. Stephen, NB, on 18 Oct. 1827 in Charlotte Co., NB.[60] Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            G. Martha7 “Patty” Hanson, born on 1806 in NB,[61] married Jacob Turner, of St. Patrick, NB, supposedly her first cousin, son of Mark and Elizabeth6 “Betty” (Hanson) Turner, on 3 Jan. 1830 in Charlotte Co.[62] He was born on 25 Feb. 1805 in NB.[63] They were not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, but they were living in South Pickering, Ontario, in the 1871[64] and 1881 Canadian Censuses.[65] She supposedly died in 1889, and he died on 2 Jan. 1894 in Pickering, ON.[66] They had children:

            1. Gilbert Turner, born ca. 1841 in NB,[67] was presumably still unmarried and living with his parents in South Pickering, Ontario, in the 1871 Canadian Census, but he was not found in Ontario in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            2. Rachael Turner, born ca. 1849 in NB.[68]

            3. Jacob Turner (Jr.), born ca. 1850 in NB,[69] married Alice (___), who was born ca. 1853 in NB,[70] and they were living in South Pickering next door to his parents in the 1881 Canadian Census.[71]

            4. (Probably others)

            H. Abigail7 Hanson, born on 26 Dec. 1809 in NB,[72] married William Turner, son of James and Rachel (Sylvester) Turner, of Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, on 11 Dec. 1828 in Charlotte Co.[73] He was born on 3 Apr. 1801 in Bocabec, NB,[74] and baptized on 23 July 1801 in St. Andrews Church, Charlotte Co., NB.[75] She died, however, on 11 Dec. 1827.[76] They were living in Pickering, Ontario, in the 1871[77] and 1881 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer.[78] He died on 1 Dec. 1889 in Pickering, ON, and she died on 15 Sept. 1896 in Whitevale, Pickering twp, Ontario.[79] They supposedly had children:

            1. Elisha Turner, born ca. 1829 in NB,[80] probably married Sarah (___), who was born ca. 1838 in NB, and they were living in Maryborough, Wellington North, Ontario, in the 1881 Canadian census, where he was a farmer.[81]

            2. Naomi Turner, born ca. 1831 in NB,[82] married Gideon Hawkins.[83] He was born ca. 1826 in NB, and they were living in Dereham, Oxford South, Ontario, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[84]

            3. Levi Turner, born ca. 1832 in NB,[85] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in Ontario.

            4. Rev. Ezra Turner, born on 17 Dec. 1835 in NB, married Eleanor Hagerman on 31 Jan. 1856 in Pickering, ON.[86] She was born ca. 1838 in ON, and was of German ancestry.[87] He was a Baptist minister, and died on 13 Nov. 1924 in North Dakota.[88] They were living in Orford, Bothwell Co., ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was listed as a farmer.[89]

            5. William B. Turner, born on 28 July 1838 in NB, married Sarah McInnis in 1859 in Ontario. She was born ca. 1841 in ON,[90] and they were living in Pickering, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[91] He died on 22 Mar. 1910 in Pickering, ON.[92]

            6. James Cowan Turner, born in 1841 in ON, married Nancy Martha Hagerman on 17 Dec. 1863 in Middlesex Co., ON.[93] She was born ca. 1844 in ON.[94] He died in 1924 in McGillivray, Middlesex Co., ON.[95] They were living in West Williams, Middlesex Co., ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[96]

            7. Jacob Turner, born ca. 1842 in ON.[97]

            8. John Hanson Turner, born on 25 Aug. 1846 in Pickering, ON, married 1.) Julia (___) in ca. 1880,[98] and 2.) Agnes Peebles in 1889 in Pickering.[99] He died on 1 Sept. 1929 in Milton, ON.[100] He was living next door to his parents in Pickering, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[101]

            9. Rachel Turner, born ca. 1850 in ON.[102]

            10. David Sylvester Turner, born on 6 Apr. 1853 in ON, married Eliza E. White, who was born ca. 1857 in ON.[103] They were living with his parents in Pickering, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer. He died on 31 Dec. 1921 in Pickering, ON.[104]

            I. Hannah7 Hanson, born on 29 June 1811 in NB,[105] married Elias Foster, of St. Patrick, NB, on 22 Dec. 1831 in Charlotte Co.[106] He was born ca. 1808 in the United States.[107] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a carpenter,[108] and in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, next door to Burpie R. Hanson, where he was a farmer.[109] They had children:

            1. Rhoda Foster, born ca. 1834 in NB.[110]

            2. George Foster, born ca. 1837 in NB,[111] not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            3. Albert Foster, born ca. 1839 in NB,[112] not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            4. Hannah Foster, born ca. 1841 in NB.[113]

            5. Lavina Foster, born ca. 1844 in NB.[114]

            6. Olive Foster, born ca. 1847 in NB.[115]

            7. Susan Foster, born ca. 1849 in NB.[116]

            8. Quincy Foster, born ca. 1858 in NB,[117] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            9. Frank Foster, born ca. 1865 in NB.[118]

            J. Ann7 Hanson, born ca. 1813 in NB,[119] married Arthur P. Bessey on 23 July 1835 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[120] He was born ca. 1811 in Maine,[121] and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer and lumberman,[122] but they were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick. They had children:

            1. John Bessey, born ca. 1841 in NB,[123] married Luciana (___), who was born ca. 1842 in ON,[124] and they were living in Uxbridge, Ontario North, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a “lumberer.”[125]

            2. George Bessey, born ca. 1843 in NB,[126] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick or Ontario.

            3. Hannah Bessey, born ca. 1845 in NB.[127]

            4. Reuben Bessey, born ca. 1849 in NB,[128] married Esther (___) in ca. 1875,[129] probably in Ontario. She was born ca. 1856 in ON,[130] and they were living in Whitchurch, York Co., ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a lumber merchant.[131]

            K. (Supposedly) Nancy Hanson

 

 

(VI.27) William6 Hanson, supposedly third son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Maine on 20 Aug. 1766,[132] married 1.) Dorcas4 Milliken, daughter of Benjamin3 and Phebe5 (Jordan) Milliken,[133] on 10 Oct. 1792 in St. Andrew’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB,[134] and they lived in St. Andrews, NB. She was born in 1769, a granddaughter of Edward2 and Abigail4 (Norman) Milliken,[135] and of Capt. Dominicus4 and Phebe (Gray) Jordan (3rd).[136] Benjamin Milliken died intestate in 1791 in Charlotte Co., NB, and his estate was inventoried by John Baldwin, John Hanson and Robert Vardon.[137] Dorcas (Milliken) Hanson died by 1811, and William Hanson remarried to 2.) Mary Simpson Libby on 10 Oct. 1811 in St. Stephen, NB.[138] She was born on 27 Aug. 1792.[139]

            In 1806 William Hanson and Pheby Scott were granted administration of the estate of John Thomson Scott, of St. George, NB. In 1818 William Hanson, Robert Vardon, and Thomas Olivant were directed to appraise the estate of Mark Turner, but James Haley was chosen by his widow in the absence of William Hanson, “he having left the Parish.”[140]

            In the 1851 Canadian Census William Hanson was living in St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, near his son, John Hanson, was “infirm,” and his son Moses was living with them.[141] William Hanson died on 2 Feb. 1857 in Charlotte Co., NB,[142] but no probate records were found for him. Mary S. (Libby) Hanson died on 2 Sept. 1865 in St. Stephen, NB.[143] They were both buried in St. Stephen Rural Cemetery, St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[144]

            William Hanson had 8 children by Dorcas Milliken, and 9 more children by Mary S. Libby:[145]

            A. Sarah7 Hanson, born on 31 July 1791 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB,[146] married James Haley, son of Thomas and Sarah (Smith) Haley, of St. Patrick Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, on 8 Nov. 1810 in St. Patrick, NB. In 1818 James Haley was chosen by the widow Betty Turner as an appraiser of the estate of Mark Turner in the absence of William Hanson, who had left the parish, and in 1821 James Haley and Robert Hanson, of St. George, were bondsmen for the widow Elizabeth Baldwin, administratrix for the estate of George Baldwin, of Charlotte Co., NB.[147] James and Sarah Haley moved to Markham, York Co., Ontario, in 1840. He died in Mar. 1852 in Pickering, Ontario, and was buried there. She was still living in South Pickering, Ontario, in the 1871 Canadian Census, next door to her son-in-law, Clark Hanson.[148] She died in Feb. 1881 in Dereham, Oxford Co., Ontario, and was buried in Brownville, Oxford Co., Ontario.[149] They had children:[150]

            1. David Haley, born 11 June 1813 in St. Patrick, NB, married Mary Hawkins on 28 Dec. 1842 in Pickering, Ontario. He died in ca. 1871.[151] She may have been the widow Mary Haley living in Loughborough, Addington Co., ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[152]

            2. Dorcas Haley, born on 27 Mar. 1815 in St. Patrick, NB,[153] married Benjamin M. Clark, of St. George, NB, on 2 Apr. 1835 in St. Patrick’s Parish, NB.[154] They were not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            3. Nancy Haley, born on 15 Mar. 1817 in St. Patrick, NB,[155] married Clark7 Hanson, her first cousin, son of Daniel6 and Mary (Haley) Hanson, on 24 Dec. 1839 in St. Patrick’s Parish, NB, by Rev. Samuel Robinson.[156] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            4. Thomas Haley, born on 24 Jan. 1819 in St. Patrick, NB, never married, died on 25 Dec. 1878.[157]

            5. Mary Elizabeth Haley, born on 13 Mar. 1821 in St. Patrick, NB, married Alexander Lane on 13 Nov. 1843 in Pickering, Ontario.[158] He was born ca. 1823 in ON.[159] They were living in Bayham, Elgin East, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[160]

            6. Rachel Haley, born on 6 Jan. 1823 in St. Patrick, NB, married Andrew Smart on 13 Mar. 1843 in Pickering, ON.[161] He was born ca. 1816 in NB.[162] She died in Sept. 1867,[163] and he remarried to Emma (___), who was born ca. 1848 in England.[164] They were living in Dereham, Oxford Co., ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a “gentleman.”[165]

            7. Robert Haley, born on 4 Jan. 1825 in St. Patrick, NB, married Phoebe M. Clark on 13 Oct. 1845 in Pickering, ON.[166] They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in Ontario.

            8. Sarah Jane Haley, born on 25 Nov. 1826 in St. Patrick, NB, married John Major on 15 Sept. 1845 in Pickering, ON.[167] They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in Ontario.

            9. Amy M. Haley, born on 1 Nov. 1828 in St. Patrick, NB, married James Bradburn on 24 Oct. 1854 in Toronto, ON.[168] They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in Ontario.

            10. Augusta Ann Haley, born on 17 Aug. 1831 in St. Patrick, NB, married Joseph Jeffery on 27 Dec. 1853 in Pickering, ON.[169] He was born ca. 1830 in England,[170] and they were living in London, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a banker.[171]

            11. Priscilla V. Haley, born on 17 Dec. 1833 in St. Patrick, NB, married John Gostick on 27 Dec. 1853 in Pickering, ON.[172] He was born ca. 1828 in England,[173] and they were living in Malahide, Elgin East, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[174]

            B.36 Benjamin7 Milliken Hanson, born in ca. 1793 in Charlotte Co., NB, married Nancy7 Hanson, his first cousin, daughter of Daniel6 and Mary (Haley) Hanson, in ca. 1822. (Continued in Generation #7.)

            C.37 Robert7 Vardon Hanson, born on 19 Feb. 1795 in Charlotte Co., NB,[175] married Priscilla Knight, of St. George, NB, on 19 May 1822 in Charlotte Co.[176] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            D.38 Dominicus7 Milliken Hanson, born in 1796 in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB,[177] married 1.) Nancy (Rogers) Fales, daughter of Anthony and Lydia (Ledden) Rogers (Jr.), and widow of Stephen Fales,[178] on 7 Jan. 1835 in North Esk, Northumberland Co., NB,[179] and 2.) Charity Ann Estey, daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth (Pond) Estey,[180] on 22 Oct. 1850 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB.[181] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            E. Elizabeth7 “Betty” Hanson, born on 10 Dec. 1796 in St. Andrews, NB,[182] married 1.) George Baldwin on 14 Aug. 1817 in Charlotte Co., NB.[183] He died intestate on 6 Mar. 1821 in St. George, NB,[184] and administration of his estate was granted to his widow, Elizabeth Baldwin in Charlotte Co., NB, with James Haley and Robert Hanson as her bondsmen.[185] She remarried to 2.) Nathan Leavitt on 24 Dec. 1821,[186] and they moved to Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME. He was born on 2 June 1798 in Fairfield, Somerset Co., ME.[187] On 12 Aug. 1822, as Elizabeth Leavitt, she claimed that the estate of George Baldwin was insolvent. They were living in Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1850 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[188] She died on 6 May 1880 in Clinton, ME,[189] and he was a widower and retired farmer living in Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census.[190] He died on 20 Oct. 1880 in Clinton, ME. She had children by Nathan Leavitt:[191]

            1. Sarah Ann Leavitt, born on 2 Dec. 1822 in Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, marriage not found.

            2. Jonathan G. Leavitt, born on 4 Apr. 1824 in Clinton, ME, marriage not found. He was not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            3. William Hanson Leavitt, born on 13 Jan. 1826 in Clinton, ME, was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1850 Federal Census, married Minerva Submit Jones,[192] who was born ca. 1838 in MA,[193] and they were living with his father in Clinton, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.

            4. Mary E. Leavitt, born on 5 Nov. 1827 in Clinton, ME, was still unmarried and living with her parents in Clinton, ME, in the 1850 Federal Census, married Stephen Young on 29 Sept. 1852 in Bangor, ME.[194] They were not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            5. Moses Appleton Leavitt, born on 12 Oct. 1829 in Clinton, ME, married 1.) Sophronia Joy in 1864 in Clinton, ME,[195] and 2.) Betsey H. Green on 18 Sept. 1873 in Clinton, ME,[196] who was born ca. 1835 in ME,[197] and they were also living in Clinton, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[198] He died on 28 Feb. 1910.[199]

            6. Lucy Morrison Leavitt, born on 2 Oct. 1831 in Clinton, ME, marriage not found.

            7. Nathan Smith Leavitt, born on 6 Oct. 1833 in Clinton, ME, married Mary Ann Jewell on 3 Apr. 1856 in Clinton, ME.[200] They were not found in Maine in the 1880 Federal Census, but he died on 23 Aug. 1920 in Clinton, ME.[201]

            8. Benjamin Hanson Leavitt, born on 14 Nov. 1835 in Clinton, ME, married Celara (___), who was born ca. 1838 in MA,[202] and they were living in Johnstonville, Lassen Co., CA, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[203]

            9. Phebe Jane Leavitt, born on 2 Feb. 1838 in Clinton, ME, married Thomas Foster Farmer on 24 July 1862 in Kennebec Co., ME.[204]

            10. Rachel W. Leavitt, born on 9 Mar. 1840 in Clinton, ME, married William Reed in ca. 1861.[205] He was born ca. 1826 in MA, and they were living in Westford, Middlesex Co., MA, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a “dealer in rough and hammered stone.”[206] She died on 21 Dec. 1911 in Clinton, ME.[207]

            11. Dorcas Ellen Leavitt, born on 4 Aug. 1842 in Clinton, ME, married (___) Flanders in ca. 1863,[208] but they were not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            12. George B. Leavitt, born on 28 Dec. 1844 in Clinton, ME, probably died young, not listed with his parents’ children in the 1850 Federal Census.

            F. William7 Hanson (Jr.), born ca. 1798 in St. Andrews, NB,[209] married Hannah Hancock or Haycock, of St. Patrick, NB, on 5 Sept. 1824 in Charlotte Co.[210] They were not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, and they supposedly moved to Minnesota.[211] He died in ca. 1880, at age 82.[212] They had at least one son:

            1. Gilbert S. Hanson, born on 12 Mar. 1830 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB,[213] not found in the 1880 Federal Census in the United States.

            G. Rachel7 Hanson, born ca. 1800 in St. Andrews, NB,[214] married David Sylvester Turner, son of James and Rachel (Sylvester) Turner, of Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB. He was baptized on 23 Dec. 1796 in St. Andrew’s Church, Charlotte Co., and died on 10 Oct. 1842.[215] She died in ca. 1875, at age 75.[216] They had children:

            1. Cecelia August Turner, born ca. 1821 in NB.[217]

            2. Rachel Sylvester Turner, born ca. 1825 in NB, married Richard Turner Young, son of Isaac and Mary (Turner) Young, in ca. 1845.[218] He was born ca. 1824 in NB. She supposedly died on 2 Feb. 1862 in Garden City, Blue Earth Co., MN, and he died in 1867.[219]

            3. Joshua Sylvester Turner, born ca. 1827 in NB,[220] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            4. Sarah Ann Turner, born ca. 1829 in NB.[221]

            5. James Douglas Turner, born ca. 1831 in NB,[222] probably married Amanda (___) in ca. 1856.[223] She was born ca. 1837 in NB,[224] and they were living in Saint John, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a merchant.[225]

            6. Colin Campbell Turner, born ca. 1833 in NB,[226] married Mary A. (___), who was born ca. 1836 in NS,[227] and they were living in Saint John, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a millwright.[228]

            7. Charlotte Turner, born ca. 1834 in NB, married (___) Dadman.[229] She was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            8. David William Turner, born ca. 1836 in NB,[230] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            9. Dorcas Emelia Turner, born ca. 1838 in NB, married (___) Botteral.[231] She was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            H.39 (Possibly) John7 William Hanson, called “William,” born on 22 July 1809 in St. Andrews, NB,[232] married Mary Susan Sanger, of St. Stephen, NB, on 18 Oct. 1827 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[233] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            I.40 Nehemiah7 Andrews Hanson, born on 7 Dec. 1812 in Charlotte Co., NB, married 1.) Sarah Haley, daughter of John and Mary (Kelly) Haley, on 25 July 1837 in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB,[234] and 2.) Deborah McNiel on 8 Sept. 1842 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB,[235] and 3.) Mary Craig, of Hanly Parish, York Co., NB, on 2 May 1850 in York County, by Rev. John Magee.[236] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            J.41 Israel7 James Hanson, born on 31 July 1814 in Charlotte Co., NB,[237] married Eliza J. Bayly[238] in ca. 1840.[239] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            K. Moses7 Shaw Hanson, born on 30 Apr. 1815 in Charlotte Co., NB.[240] He was still unmarried and living with his aged father in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, but he was not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            L. Phebe S. Hanson, born on 19 Apr. 1818 in Charlotte Co., NB.[241]

            M. Mary7 Ann Hanson, born on 7 July 1821 in Charlotte Co., NB,[242] possibly married Charles Duggat/Dogget on 6 Aug. 1844 in St. Stephen, NB, by Rev. Noah Disbrow, of St. Stephen.[243] Children not found. They were not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            N. Thomas7 Wellington Hanson, born on 28 June 1823 in Charlotte Co., NB,[244] married Maureen?/Maria? Crocker in Charlotte Co., NB.[245] She was born ca. 1827 in NB,[246] and they were living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census,[247] but had no children at that time. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census. He supposedly died on 2 Aug. 1900.[248] Children not found.

            O.42 John7 D. Hanson, born on 30 Oct. 1826 in Charlotte Co., NB,[249] married Susan A. Tourtelotte, daughter of Joseph and Susan (Part) Tourtelotte,[250] in ca. 1848.[251] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            P. Susan Hanson, born on 13 July 1829, died on 24 Nov. 1829 in Charlotte Co., NB.[252]

            Q. Martha7 Hanson, born on 28 Dec. 1831 in Charlotte Co., NB.[253] In the 1851 Canadian Census she was unmarried and living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, with her brother, Thomas Hanson, and she may have been the Martha Hanson of St. Stephen who married Thomas Hymonds/Symonds[?] of St. Stephens in 1853.[254] Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

 

 

(VI.28) Clark6 Hanson, supposedly fourth son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Gouldsboro, ME, supposedly in 1768, married 1.) Mary Clark on 15 Sept. 1792 in St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[255] She was born ca. 1770, and died before 1818, in New Brunswick. He remarried to 2.) Esther (___) before 1818. She was born on 21 Sept. 1781 in NB.[256] He went to New Brunswick with his father, but returned to Maine, living in Sullivan, ME, in 1837, and also in Springfield, ME. In the 1850 Federal Census they were living in rural Penobscot Co., ME, where he was a farmer.[257] Clark Hanson died after 1850, probably in Lincoln, ME, and Esther was a widow living with the family of her daughter, Sarah Lyon, in Winn, Penobscot Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, aged 99 years.

            Clark Hanson had 7 children by Mary Clark, and possibly 5 more children by Esther (___):[258]

            A. Isaac Hanson, baptized on 29 Aug. 1791 in St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, marriage not found.

            B. Stephen Hanson, baptized on 6 May 1800 in St. Andrews Parish, marriage not found.

            C. James Hanson, baptized on 6 May 1800 in St. Andrews Parish, marriage not found.

            D. Abigail Hanson, baptized on 6 May 1800 in St. Andrews Parish, marriage not found.

            E.43 Simon7 Hanson, baptized on 10 Mar. 1806 in St. Andrews Parish, married Lucy Ash, daughter of Nathaniel and Lucy (Johnson) Ash, of Gouldsboro, ME, on 21 Sept. 1836 in Gouldsboro.[259] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            F.44 Clark7 S. Hanson, born on 9 Mar. 1808 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, married Nancy Jane Hatch, daughter of Sylvanus and Betsy (Waters) Hatch (Jr.), of China, Kennebec Co., ME, on 24 Apr. 1839 in Penobscot Co., ME. (Continued in Generation #7.)

            G. (Unnamed daughter), baptized on 13 May 1809 in St. Andrew’s Parish, NB.

            H. Sarah7 Hanson, born in Jan. 1818 in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, married Ellis Lyon, probably son of Cornelius and Susan Lyon, in ca. 1845.[260] He was born ca. 1807 in ME,[261] and they were living in rural Penobscot Co., ME, in the 1850 Federal Census, next door to her parents, where he was also a farmer,[262] and they were living in Winn, Penobscot Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census.[263] They had at least 2 daughters:

            1. Laura A. Lyon, born ca. 1846 in ME.[264]

            2. Martha J. Lyon, born ca. 1849 in ME.[265]

            I. Maria7 Hanson, born ca. 1820 in Charlotte Co., NB, married Haley Morrison in ca. 1838. She was accidentally shot to death by her husband on 17 Aug. 1842 when his shotgun discharged unexpectedly, as reported by the New Brunswick Courier on 20 Aug. 1842. He was mate of the brig “Blue Nose,[266] but he was not found in the 1850 Federal Census in Maine.

            J. Eli7 Hanson, born ca. 1829 in Penobscot Co., ME,[267] was still unmarried and living with his parents in rural Penobscot County in the 1850 Federal Census, married Sarah (___) by ca. 1855. She was born ca. 1831 in ME,[268] and they were living in Rosita, Custer Co., CO, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a miner. They had at least one son:

            1. Clark8 Hanson, born ca. 1856 in ME,[269] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Rosita, CO, in the 1880 Federal Census, a laborer.

            K. (Possibly) Moses Hanson who settled in Indian, ME, in 1830.

            L. (Possibly) Joshua Hanson who settled in Indian, ME, in 1830.

 

 

(VI.29) Stephen6 Hanson, supposedly fifth son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born probably in Gouldsboro, ME, in say ca. 1773, married 1.) Sarah Libby, daughter of Jacob and Unity (Parker) Libby, of St. Stephen Parish,[270] Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1796. The will of Jacob Libby, of St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, probated on 21 May 1807, mentioned daughters Abigail Hanson and Sarah Hanson.[271]

            Sarah (Libby) Hanson died by 1819, and Stephen Hanson remarried to 2.) Sarah Ann Travers on 1 Jan. 1819 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB.[272] He died before 1822, probably in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.

            Stephen Hanson had children by Sarah Libby:[273]

            A.45 Jacob7 Libby Hanson, born ca. 1799 in NB,[274] married Mary McNamara, of St. Patrick, NB, on 21 Oct. 1824 in Charlotte Co., NB.[275] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            B. James Hanson, born in 1803.

            C. William Hanson, born in 1805.

            D. Mary7 Hanson, born in 1808, possibly the Mary Hanson who married Peter McCallum, of St. Stephen, NB, on 18 Oct. 1827 in Charlotte Co., NB.[276] Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            E. Sarah Hanson, born in 1809.

            F. Elizabeth7 Hanson, born in 1815, possibly the Elizabeth Hanson, of St. Patrick, NB, who married John Rourke, of St. Patrick, on 17 July 1831 in Charlotte Co., NB.[277] Children not found. They were not found in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, and they were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

 

 

(VI.30) Daniel6 Hanson, supposedly sixth son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born supposedly on Chamcook Island, NB, in 1775,[278] married Mary2 Haley, daughter of Thomas1 and Sarah1 (Smith) Haley, in 1798 in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[279] She was born ca. 1779 in Castine, Hancock Co., ME,[280] and they also lived in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB.

            Thomas Haley was born in Wicklow County, Leinter Province, Ireland, in 1741, and had married Sarah Smith in 1764 in Gildersland Province, Holland. Sarah Smith was born in 1744 in Coblentz, on the Rhine River, in Germany. They lived in Castine, Hancock Co., ME, at the mouth of the Penobscot River, before the Revolutionary War. Haley was a British soldier during the Revolutionary War, and moved to St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, in 1782. In 1793 Thomas Haley returned to Ireland to claim the inheritance of his father there, but never returned to his family in New Brunswick. He was last heard from writing from Annapolis Royal, Halifax, Nova Scotia.[281]

            In 1801 Daniel Hanson applied for a grant of land in the Penobscot Grant in at the head of Bocabec Lake in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, stating that he was born on Chamcook Island, and that he had cleared about 18 acres of land where he is residing “several years ago,” and petitioned for title to the land. The petition was signed by John Hanson Sr., Ephraim Young, John Hanson Jr., William Hanson, and Stephen Hanson.[282]

            In the 1851 Canadian Census Daniel and Mary Hanson were both living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, where he was a farmer.[283] Daniel Hanson died in 1867, and Mary (Haley) Hanson died in 1858 in St. Patrick, NB.[284]

            Daniel Hanson and Mary Haley had children:[285]

            A. Nancy7 Hanson, born ca. 1799, married her first cousin, Benjamin7 Milliken Hanson, son of William6 and Dorcas (Milliken) Hanson,[286] and they settled in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB. (Continued in Generation #7.)

            B.46 James7 Hanson, born in 1802 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[287] married Eleanor Haley, his first cousin, daughter of John and Mary (Kelly) Haley, of Charlotte Co., NB, in 1825 in St. George’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[288] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            C.47 Daniel7 Hanson (Jr.), born in 1805 in Bocabec, NB,[289] married 1.) Eliza Libby in 1830 in St. Stephen’s Parish, NB, and 2.) Rebecca Fielding before 1837.[290] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            D.48 Jeremiah7 Hanson, born on 1 Feb. 1809,[291] married Elizabeth Ann Goss, of St. Patrick, NB, daughter of Peter Goss, of Second Falls, NB, on 1 Aug. 1833 in St. Andrew’s Parish, NB.[292] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            E.49 Clark7 Hanson, born in 1810,[293] married Nancy Haley, his first cousin, daughter of James and Sarah7 (Hanson) Haley, on 24 Dec. 1839 in St. Patrick’s Parish, NB, by Rev. Samuel Robinson.[294] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            F. Sarah7 Hanson, born in 1814 in NB,[295] married James N. Waldron, of St. George, NB, on 17 Sept. 1829 in St. Andrews, NB.[296] Children not found. They were not found in St. George’s, St. Andrew’s, or St. Patrick’s Parishes, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, and they were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick or Ontario.

            G. Joanna7 Hanson, born in 1816 in NB,[297] married Arthur Hill Gilmore, of St. George, NB, on 12 Nov. 1835 in Charlotte Co.[298] He was born ca. 1812 in NB.[299] They were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a lumberman.[300] He died by 1881, and she was still living in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, with her children.[301] They had children:[302]

            1. Hampden Gilmore, born ca. 1837 in NB,[303] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1871 and 1881 Canadian Censuses, a lumberman.

            2. Edward Gilmore, born ca. 1841 in NB,[304] was also still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1871 and 1881 Canadian Censuses, a lumberman.

            3. Henry Gilmore, born ca. 1844 in NB,[305] was also still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1871 and 1881 Canadian Censuses, a lumberman.

            4. Minerva Gilmore, born ca. 1847 in NB,[306] was also still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1871 and 1881 Canadian Censuses.

            5. Rebecca Gilmore, born ca. 1850 in NB,[307] was still unmarried and living with her mother in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            6. Thomas Gilmore, apparently died young.

            7. Anne Gilmore, born ca. 1855 in NB,[308] was still unmarried and living with her mother in the 1881 Canadian Census, a school teacher.

            8. Sidney Gilmore, a son, born ca. 1858 in NB,[309] was still unmarried and living with his mother in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer.

            9. John Gilmore, born ca. 1860 in NB,[310] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            10. William Gilmore, born ca. 1866 in NB.[311]

            H.50 Eli7 Hanson, born ca. 1817 in NB,[312] married Sarah Ann Hill, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Gilman) Hill, on 22 Apr. 1848 at Whittier Ridge, NB.[313] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            I.51 Joshua7 Hanson, born in 1820 in NB,[314] married 1.) Nancy Thompson, daughter of Rev. Duncan Thompson, after 1851, and 2.) Elizabeth Brewer, of Stanley, York Co., NB, on 18 May 1862 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, by Rev. William Jaffrey.[315] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            J. Maria7 Hanson, born ca. 1824 in NB,[316] married James Campbell, of St. George, NB, after 1851. Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in Charlotte Co., NB.

 

 

(VI.31) Eliphalette6 “Lifelet” Hanson, supposedly seventh son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born probably on Chamcook Island, NB, on 3 May 1781,[317] married Ellenor “Nellie/Ellen” Turner, daughter of James and Rachel (Sylvester) Turner, of Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB,[318] on 8 Dec. 1806 in St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[319] She was born in 1781, and they settled in Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, NB. They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer, enumerated as “Lifelet” Hanson,[320] and they were living with the family of their son Hiram Hanson in the 1861 Canadian Census.

            Eliphalette Hanson died on 3 May 1862 in Bocabec, and Ellenor (Turner) Hanson died on 9 Oct. 1863 in Bocabec, NB.[321]

            Eliphalette Hanson and Ellenor Turner had children, order uncertain:[322]

            A.52 Sylvester7 Hanson, born on 17 Nov. 1807 in NB,[323] married Maria Turner, of St. Patrick, NB, on 27 Dec. 1832 in Charlotte Co.[324] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            B.53 Josiah7 Hanson, born ca. 1810 in NB,[325] married Mary Jane French, of St. Patrick, NB, on 21 Sept. 1833 in Charlotte Co., NB.[326] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            C. Harriet7 Hanson, born ca. 1812 in St. Patrick’s, NB,[327] married Ira C. Harriman, of St. Andrews, NB, on 17 July 1834 in Charlotte Co., NB.[328] He was born ca. 1811 in Conway, NH,[329] and died before 1880. They were living in Dalton, Coos Co., NH, next door to her sister and brother-in-law, John G. and Phebe E. Scott, in the 1850 Federal Census, where he was a millwright.[330] Harriet (Hanson) Harriman was living in Swampscott, Essex Co., MA, with the family of her son, George I. Harriman, in the 1880 Federal Census. They had children:

            1. Sarah Ann Harriman, born ca. 1835 in Calais, ME.[331]

            2. Isaac H. Harriman, born ca. 1837 in St. Patrick, NB,[332] not found in the 1880 Federal Census.

            3. Harriet E. Harriman, born ca. 1839 in St. Patrick, NB.[333]

            4. George Ira Harriman, born ca. 1842 in Conway, NH,[334] married Clara P. Daney, daughter of Heil P. and Pamelia C. Daney, of Farmington, Strafford Co., NH. She was born ca. 1849 in NH,[335] and they were living in Swampscott, Essex Co., MA, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a fish dealer, and both of their widowed mothers were living with them.[336] Heil P. Daney and Pamelia C. Daney were living in Farmington, NH, in the 1850 Federal Census, where he was a shoemaker.[337]

            5. Charles E. Harriman, born ca. 1844 in Dalton, NH,[338] was probably unmarried and living in Hillsborough, Hillsborough Co., NH, in the 1880 Federal Census, a clerk in a dry goods store.[339]

            6. Phebe M. Harriman, born ca. 1846 in NH or VT,[340] was still unmarried and living with the family of her brother George I. Harriman in Swampscott, MA, in the 1880 Federal Census.

            7. Mary M. Harriman, born ca. 1849 in Dalton, NH.

            D.54 Moses7 Hanson, born ca. 1813 in NB,[341] married Hannah Turner, daughter of James and Eunice7 (Hanson) Turner, on 26 Sept. 1839.[342] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            E.55 Hiram7 Hanson, born on 1 Dec. 1815 in St. Patrick’s, Charlotte Co., NB,[343] married Mary Ann Young, daughter of Isaac and Sarah6 (Hanson) Young,[344] on 31 Jan. 1839 in Penfield, Charlotte Co., NB.[345] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            F.56 Isaac7 Hanson, born on 9 May 1817 in St. Patrick’s, NB,[346] married Mary Cameron, of St. Patrick’s, NB, daughter of Alexander and Katherine (Lindsay) Cameron (Jr.),[347] on 5 May 1839 in Charlotte County.[348] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            G.57 David7 Hanson, born on 19 Sept. 1819 in NB,[349] married 1.) Unity Turner, daughter of James and Eunice7 (Hanson) Turner, on 23 Nov. 1843 in St. Patrick’s, NB,[350] and 2.) Eunice (___) before 1861. (Continued in Generation #7.)

            H. Phoebe7 Ellen Hanson, born on 22 June 1824 in Bocabec, St. Patrick’s Parish, NB,[351] married John George Scott on 17 July 1845 in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB.[352] He was born ca. 1821 in Penfield, Charlotte Co., NB.[353] They were living in Dalton, Coos Co., NH, in the 1850 Federal Census, next door to her sister and brother-in-law, Harriet and Ira C. Harriman, where he was a shoemaker,[354] and in Fort Fairfield, Aroostook Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[355] They had children, order uncertain:[356]

            1. Clarissa Scott, born ca. 1846 in St. Patrick, NB.[357]

            2. Levi A. Scott, born ca. 1849 in St. Patrick, NB,[358] probably died young, after 1850.

            3. Levi Scott, born ca. 1852 in NB,[359] married Elisabeth (___), who was born ca. 1853 in NB,[360] and they were living in Bridgewater, Aroostook Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a laborer.[361]

            4. Benjamin Scott, born ca. 1854 in NB,[362] married Mahala (___), who was born ca. 1856 in ME,[363] and they were living in Caribu, Aroostook Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a laborer.[364]

            5. John Scott

            6. Charles Sylvester Scott, not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            7. Adelaide “Addie” R. Scott, born ca. 1861 in ME.[365]

            8. George W. Scott, born ca. 1866 in ME.[366]

            I. Mary7 Hanson, born ca. 1826 in NB, married John A. Crary on 14 Sept. 1854 in Charlotte Co., NB.[367] Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

 

 

(VI.32) James6 Hanson, probably youngest son of John5 Hanson, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1789, presumably the James Hanson who married Mehitable Hanson, daughter of (___) Hanson, on 7 May 1816 in St. Patrick Parish, Charlotte Co., NB. She was born ca. 1797. They were not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, nor were any of their children’s families, but they were living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[368] He was probably the “James Hanson Sr.” who died testate on 5 May 1867 in Charlotte Co., NB,[369] and she supposedly died in Oct. 1871 in St. Stephen, NB, of “consumption.”[370]

            James Hanson and Mehitabel Hanson had children:

            A. Charlotte7 A. Hanson, born ca. 1816 in NB, married Josiah/Joseph S. Libby, son of James and Lavina (Stiles) Libby, on 5 Oct. 1835 in St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[371] He was born ca. 1814 in NB.[372] She died in Dec. 1888. They were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[373] and in Calais, Washington Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a laborer.[374] They had at least one son:

            1. William Libby, born ca. 1836 in NB,[375] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1871 Canadian Census, but he was not found in Maine in the 1880 Federal Census, nor in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

Charlotte and Joseph Libby also adopted two children:

            2. John Campbell, born ca. 1856 in NB,[376] was still unmarried and living with his adopted parents in Calais, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census.

            3. Charlotte Campbell, born ca. 1863 in NB.[377]

            B. Stephen Hanson, born on 11 Apr. 1818 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB,[378] died on 13 Sept. 1826 in St. Stephen, NB.[379]

            C.58 Isaac7 Hanson, born on 7 May 1820 in St. Stephen or St. Patrick, NB,[380] married Sybil Eastman in 1843 in St. Stephen, NB.[381] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            D. Mary7 Jane Hanson, born in 1823 in St. Patrick, NB, married John Eastman on 20 July 1843 in St. Stephen, NB.[382] He was born ca. 1819 in NB, and they lived in St. Stephen, NB, but he was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick. They had children:[383]

            1. William H. Eastman, born ca. 1844 in St. Stephen, NB. He may have been the William Eastman living in Miles City, Custer Co., Montana, with George Eastman in the 1880 Federal Census, with no occupation listed.[384]

            2. Priscilla Eastman, born on 27 June 1845 in St. Stephen, NB.

            3. James Eastman, born on 2 June 1848 in St. Stephen, NB.

            4. John Harvey Eastman, born on 11 Mar. 1850 in St. Stephen, NB.

            5. Mehitable Eastman, born on 22 Apr. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB.

            6. George Eastman, born on 19 Apr. 1854 in St. Stephen, NB. He may have been the George Eastman living in Miles City, Custer Co., Montana, with William Eastman in the 1880 Federal Census, with no occupation listed.

            7. Sarah Eastman, born on 25 May 1856 in St. Stephen, NB.

            8. Josephine Eastman, born on 27 Mar. 1859 in St. Stephen, NB.

            9. Thomas Eastman, born on 5 May 1861 in St. Stephen, NB.

            10. Mary Ella Eastman, born on 15 June 1863 in Getchell, Charlotte Co., NB.

            E. James7 Hanson (Jr.), born ca. 1824 in St. Stephen,[385] Charlotte Co., NB, probably never married. He was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census, living in Calais, ME, with the family of his sister and brother-in-law, Joseph and Charlotte Libby in the 1880 Federal Census, with “pulmonary consumption,” and living with the family of his sister and brother-in-law, Joseph and Elmira Hall, in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer.

            F. William Hanson, born on 6 Jan. 1826 in St. Stephen, NB,[386] possibly died young. He was not listed with his father’s household in the 1861 Canadian Census.

            G. Sarah7 Jane Hanson, born on 25 Jan. 1829 in St. Stephen, NB,[387] married Ebenezer Libby Hall, son of Martin Jellison and Elizabeth (Libby) Hall,[388] in 1845 in St. Stephen, NB, and they lived in the Curtis Settlement in St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte Co., NB. He was born on 24 Nov. 1819 in St. Stephen, NB, and died on 27 Sept. 1908 in Heathland, Charlotte Co., NB.[389] She died on 5 Oct. 1906 in St. Stephen, NB.[390] They were not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, but they were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[391]

            1. George Wesley Hall, born on 11 May 1847 in St. Stephen, NB, married Miriam Melinda Maxwell, daughter of John S. and Melinda (Milberry) Maxwell, on 1 Nov. 1879 in Charlotte Co., NB. She was born on 6 July 1849, and died on 27 Mar. 1944 in Baillie, Charlotte Co., NB. He died on 31 Dec. 1936 in St. Stephen, NB.[392] They were not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            2. Mary Elizabeth Hall, born on 21 May 1849 in St. Stephen, NB, married Joseph MacVay, son of Alexander and Elizabeth (Armour) MacVay, on 26 Nov. 1873 in St. Stephen, NB. He was born in 1845 in Scotland, and died in 1938, and she died 21 Oct. 1928.[393] They were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a stone mason.[394]

            3. Charles W. Hall, born ca. 1850 in St. Stephen, NB,[395] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            4. John Wallas Hall, born on 8 May 1853 in St. Stephen, NB,[396] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            5. Asenith Hill Hall, born in Dec. 1854 in St. Stephen, NB, married James Archibald Maxwell, son of Thomas Holmes and Margaret (Stevenson) Maxwell, on 28 Mar. 1878 in St. Stephen, NB. He was born on 27 June 1849, and died on 8 Apr. 1931, and she died on 14 Jan. 1939 in St. Stephen, NB.[397] They were living with his father in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[398]

            6. Zechariah Chipman Hall, born on 14 Nov. 1856 in St. Stephen, NB,[399] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            7. Franklin “Frank” Wensley Hall, born on 8 Aug. 1858 in St. Stephen, NB, was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1881 Canadian Census, a lumberman.

            8. Sutcliffe/Sethley C. Hall, born ca. 1859 in St. Stephen, NB.[400]

            9. Unity Marie Hall, born on 24 Jan. 1861 in St. Stephen, NB, married Christopher Absolom Jackson, son of Jones Dyer and Elizabeth Ann (Hanson) Jackson, as his second wife, on 23 Nov. 1882 in St. Stephen, NB. He was born on 20 Feb. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB, and had married first to Mary Elizabeth Love on 23 Sept. 1879 in St. James, Charlotte Co., NB. He died on 6 Mar. 1911 in Royalton, MN, and she died on 1 Feb. 1961 in Spokane, WA.[401]

            10. Addie Hall, born on 21 Apr. 1865 in St. Stephen, NB, married Hugh Stevenson on 12 Jan. 1898 in St. Stephen, NB.[402]

            11. Levi Hall, born on 18 Sept. 1866 in St. Stephen, NB, married Lena Giberson on 9 Dec. 1896 in Charlotte Co., NB.

            12. Alfred Arthur Hall, born on 21 Jan. 1872 in St. Stephen, NB, married Ann Jennie Cleland.[403]

            13. Wilmot Tilley Hall, born on 19 Sept. 1872 in St. Stephen, NB, married Laura Estelle Acheson on 20 Nov. 1901 in Charlotte Co., NB. He died in 1954.[404]

            H.59 Daniel7 Hanson, born in Aug. 1829 in St. Stephen, NB,[405] married 1.) Mehitabel Getchell Leeman, daughter of John and Susannah (Getchell) Leeman, on 18 Nov. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB, and 2.) Sarah C. Day, daughter of James and Lydia F. (Maxwell) Day, in 1879.[406] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            I. Abigail7 Hanson, born on 12 Mar. 1830 in St. Stephen, NB, married Hugh Campbell on 18 Nov. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB.[407] He was born ca. 1831 in NB.[408] She died on 1 May 1904 in Calais, Washington Co., ME.[409] They were living in Calais, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a laborer.[410] They had children:

            1. Jones Campbell, born ca. 1858 in NB,[411] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1880 Federal Census, a laborer.

            2. Lerena Campbell, born ca. 1859 in NB,[412] married Tyler Smith, who was born ca. 1856 in ME,[413] and they were living with her parents in Calais, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census.

            3. Isaac Campbell, born ca. 1861 in NB.[414]

            4. Unity Campbell, born ca. 1865 in NB.[415]

            5. Thomas Campbell, born ca. 1867 in NB.[416]

            6. (Possibly others born before 1858.)

            J.60 Stephen7 Hanson, born ca. 1832 in St. Stephen, NB, married Angeline N. Hamilton, daughter of Daniel and Lydia Hamilton, on 6 Apr. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB.[417] (Continued in Generation #7.)

            K. Elmira/Almira7 Hanson, born on 5 Sept. 1834 in St. Stephen, NB, married Joseph Israel Hall, son of Martin Jellison and Elizabeth (Libby) Hall, on 16 Nov. 1855 in St. Stephen, NB. He was born on 26 Nov. 1830 in St. Stephen, NB, and died on 24 June 1914 in Portland, Multnomah Co., OR. She died on 22 Dec. 1917 in Portland, OR.[418] They were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[419] They had children:

            1. Georgeiana Hall, born on 8 Sept. 1855 in St. Stephen, NB, married John Henry Pomeroy, son of William Henry and Mary Anna (Morrison) Pomeroy. He was born on 3 July 1851 in NB, and died on 21 Nov. 1927 in Portland, OR. She died on 19 Aug. 1930 in Portland, OR.[420] They were not found in the 1880 Federal Census, or in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            2. James Hanson Hall, born on 9 Dec. 1855 in St. Stephen, NB,[421] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            3. Josiah Hall, born on 1 Sept. 1857 in St. Stephen,[422] apparently died young.

            4. Joseph Libby Hall, born on 8 Feb. 1859 in St. Stephen, NB.[423]

            5. Josiah Hall, born on 8 Feb. 1862 in St. Stephen, NB, died on 19 Dec. 1891 in Portland, OR.[424]

            6. Calvin Hall, born on 1 Jan. 1865 in St. Stephen, NB, died on 27 Mar. 1959 in Portland, OR.[425]

            7. James Hall, born on 9 Dec. 1866 in St. Stephen, NB, died on 26 Dec. 1952 in Portland, OR.[426]

            8. Mary Jane Hall, born on 17 Mar. 1870 in St. Stephen, NB, married John Edward Denley, son of Richard and Ann Jane (Giles) Denley, on 10 Dec. 1884 in St. Stephen, NB. He was born on 21 Aug. 1860 in Calais, ME, and died on 26 July 1919 in Portland, OR. She died on 5 Dec. 1931 in Portland, OR.[427]

            9. Florence Mehitable Hall, born on 4 Dec. 1872 in St. Stephen, NB, married William Arnold Helming on 25 Mar. 1896 in Fulton Park, Multnomah Co., OR. He was born on 15 Jan. 1871 in Germany, and died on 18 Jan. 1936 in Portland, OR. She died on 2 Aug. 1962 in Portland, OR.[428]

            10. Alice Maude Hall, born on 24 July 1877 in St. Stephen, NB, married Nels Perry Johnson on 2 Aug. 1893 in Portland, OR, but they were divorced, and she died on 6 Feb. 1961 in Portland, OR.[429]

            L. Francis James Hanson, born on 27 Jan. 1839 in St. Stephen, NB,[430] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            M. Frances7 Hanson, born ca. 1842 in St. Stephen, NB,[431] married John McLeod Hall, son of Stephen and Margaret Forbes (McLeod) Hall, on 10 Nov. 1866 in St. Stephen, NB.[432] He was born ca. 1827 in NB.[433] They were living in Eureka, Humboldt Co., CA, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a lumberman.[434] They had at least 2 daughters:

            1. Charlotte Ann Hall, born ca. 1868 in NB.[435]

            2. Ada Hall, born ca. 1873 in NB.[436]

 

 

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        [1] Her maiden name per the I.G.I. Marriage Record of Jacob Libby and Unity Parker in 1783 in St. Stephen, NB.

        [2] Calculated from the birth of their oldest child in ca. 1793.

        [3] Hale, R. Wallace, Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1989, pp. 260-261.

        [4] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 5:

                Hanson, John, male, grandfather, 87, refugee, farmer, living in a frame house

                Hanson, Elisha, male, father, 47, native, farmer

                Hanson, Margaret A, female, mother, 39, native

                Hanson, Samuel, male, son, 16, native

                Hanson, Frederick, male, son, 14, native

                Hanson, Arthur, male, son, 13, native

                Hanson, Caroline, female, daughter, 10, native

                Hanson, Uriah, male, son, ˝ year, native

        [5] 1861 Canadian Census, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Hanson, Elisha, male, father, 57, native, farmer

                Hanson, Margret Ann, female, mother, 49, native

                Hanson, Caroline, female, daughter, 20, native

                Hanson, Uriah, male, son, 12, native

                Hanson, Edward, male, son, 10, native

                Hanson, Minerva, female, daughter, 7, native

                Hanson, John, male, son [sic], 98, native

        [6] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [7] Children all from Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997. My order is considerably different from hers.

        [8] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [9] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [10] Calculated from the birth of their first child in 1815.

        [11] Barnett, Cleadie B., and Sewell, Elizabeth S., Loyalist Families, Fredericton Branch of the United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada, n.d., p. 49.

        [12] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [13] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [14] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [15] Her birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [16] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [17] Calculated from his age in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [18] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [19] Calculated from her age in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [20] 1861 Canadian Census, St. Patricks, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Samuel, 41, native, farmer

                Turner, Matilda, wife, 39, native

                Turner, Virnon, son, 12, native

                Turner, Matilda, daughter, 10, native

                Turner, Joanna, daughter, 8, native

                Turner, Rachel, daughter, 3, native

                Turner, Samuel, son, 7 months, native

        [21] 1871 Canadian Census, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Samuel, male, 49, born NB, farmer

                Turner, Matilda, female, 46, born Ireland

                Turner, Vernon, male, 21, born NB

                Turner, Matilda, female, 19, born NB

                Turner, Johanna, female, 17, born NB

                Turner, Rachel, female, 12, born NB

                Turner, Samuel, male, 10, born NB

                Turner, Eliz., female, 7, born NB

                Turner, Armina, female, 4, born NB

        [22] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District E, page 10, household #34:

                Turner, Samuel, married, male, English, 59 [sic], born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Matildia, married, female, Irish, 58, born Ireland, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Vernon, male, English, 31, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Matildia E., female, English, 28, born NB, seamstress, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Rachel, female, English, 21, born NB, school mistress, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Samuel, male, English, 19, born NB, school master, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Eliza A., female, English, 17, born NB, school mistress, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Mine, female, English, 14, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

        [23] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [24] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [25] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [26] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [27] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME, who assigned her as the husband of Moses Hanson, instead of her sister Hannah.

        [28] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [29] Her birth date from the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [30] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [31] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [32] Barnett, Cleadie B., and Sewell, Elizabeth S., Loyalist Families, Fredericton Branch of the United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada, n.d., p. 49; FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [33] 1861 Canadian Census, St. Patricks, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Richard, 69, native, farmer

                Turner, Catherine, wife, 68, native

                Turner, Angus, son, 28, native, labourer

                Turner, Derias, son, 23, native, scholar

                Turner, Fletcher, son, 20, native, farmer

                Turner, Permelea, daughter, 17, native

                Turner, Wesly, son, 14, native

                Turner, Pheby Ann, daughter, 5, native

        [34] 1871 Canadian Census, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Richard, wid., male, 78

                Turner, Fletcher, male, 29

                Turner, Amelia, female, 26

                Turner, Wesley, male, 24

        [35] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [36] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [37] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [38] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [39] Calculated from his age in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [40] Calculated from her age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [41] 1871 Canadian Census, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Angus, male, 39, born England [sic], W. Methodist, farmer

                Turner, Margaret, female, 45, born Scotland

                Turner, Wilbert, male, 16

                Turner, Maria, female, 15

                Turner, Isetta, female, 6

        [42] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District E, page 7, household #24:

                Turner, Angus, married, male, English, 49, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Margrett, married, female, English, 55, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Wilbert, male, English, 26, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Mariah, married [sic?], female, English, 23, born ON, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, David, male, English, 21, born USA, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Ettie, female, English, 16, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

        [43] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [44] 1861 Canadian Census, St. Patricks, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Elias, 26, native, G. labourer

                Turner, Sarah E., wife, 23, native

                Turner, Fletcher, son, 2, native

        [45] 1871 Canadian Census, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Elias, male, 31, English, labourer

                Turner, Sarah, female, 33

                Turner, Fletcher, male, 10

                Turner, John, male, 9

                Turner, Isedda, female, 8

                Turner, Stiffington, male, 4

                Turner, Clara, female, 3

                Turner, Howard, male, 5/12, born Nov.

        [46] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District J, page 8, household #33:

                Turner, Elias, married, male, English, 45, born NB, labourer, C. Methodist

                Turner, Sarah E., married, female, English, 43, born NB, C. Methodist

                Turner, Fletcher, male, English, 21, born NB, labourer, C. Methodist

                Turner, John Harvey, male, English, 19, born NB, labourer, C. Methodist

                Turner, Isetta, female, English, 18, born NB, C. Methodist

                Turner, Elias S., male, English, 15, born NB, labourer, C. Methodist

                Turner, Clara M., female, English, 12, born NB, C. Methodist

                Turner, Howard S., male, English, 10, born NB, C. Methodist

        [47] Calculated from his age in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [48] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [49] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [50] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [51] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District E, page 50, household #186:

                Turner, Darius, married, male, English, 43, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Hettie, married, female, English, 33, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Annie, female, English, 11, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Harvie, male, English, 10, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Levi W., male, English, 7, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Clyde, male, English, 6, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Turner, Maggie, female, English, 3, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

        [52] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997, and the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [53] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [54] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [55] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census, but his age in the 1861 census indicates he may have been born earlier than 1801.

        [56] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, p.142, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Thomas Turner and Isaac Turner.

        [57] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [58] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [59] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [60] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. June Ferguson assigned this Mary Hanson as the wife of Peter McCallum.

        [61] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [62] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Thomas Turner and David Turner.

        [63] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [64] 1871 Canadian Census, South Pickering, Ontario, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Jacob, male, 66, born NB, Baptist, farmer

                Turner, Martha, female, 65, born NB

                Turner, Rachael, female, 22, born NB

                Turner, Jacob, male, 20, born NB, farmer

                Turner, Gilbert, male, 30, born NB, farmer

        [65] 1881 Canadian Census, South Pickering, Ontario, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, Jacob, male, 76, born NB

                Turner, Martha, female, 75, born NB

        [66] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [67] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [68] Calculated from her age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [69] Calculated from his age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [70] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [71] 1881 Canadian Census, South Pickering, Ontario, abstracted by Mary Hawker, living next door to Jacob Turner:

                Turner, Jacob, male, 31, born NB, Baptist, farmer

                Turner, Allice, female, 28, born NB

                Turner, Elizabeth, female, 6

                Turner, Matilda, female, 4

                Turner, Wilbert, male, 1

        [72] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [73] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Thomas Turner, William C. Hanson, Richard Turner, and Elisha Hanson.

        [74] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [75] Barnett, Cleadie B., and Sewell, Elizabeth S., Loyalist Families, Fredericton Branch of the United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada, n.d., p. 49.

        [76] Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997, however this does not agree with the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME, who gives her a death date of 15 Sept. 1896 in Whitevale, Pickering twp, Ontario.

        [77] 1871 Canadian Census, South Pickering, Ontario, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, William, male, 70, born NB, Baptist, English, farmer

                Turner, Abigail, female, 61

                Turner, John, Male, 24

                Turner, Rachael, female, 21

                Turner, David, male, 18

        [78] 1881 Canadian Census, Pickering, Ontario South, Ontario, District 132, Sub-District A, Division 2, page 75, household #372:

                Turner, William, married, male, English, 80, born NB, farmer, Baptist

                Turner, Abigail, married, female, English, 71, born NB, Baptist

                Turner, David S., married, male, English, 28, born ON, farmer, Baptist

                Turner, Eliza E., married, female, English, 24, born ON, Baptist

        [79] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [80] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [81] 1881 Canadian Census, Maryborough, Wellington North, Ontario, District 153, Sub-District A, Division 2, page 34, household #138:

                Turner, Elisha, married, male, English, 51, born NB, farmer, C. Methodist

                Turner, Sarah, married, female, English, 43, born NB, C. Methodist

                Turner, Hannah, female, English, 21, born ON, Presbyterian

                Turner, Abbie, female, English, 18, born ON, C. Methodist

                Turner, Ezra, male, English, 16, born ON, C. Methodist

                Turner, Sarah, female, English, 12, born ON, C. Methodist

                Turner, Elvira, female, English, 9, born ON, C. Methodist

                Turner, Josephine, female, English, 5, born ON, C. Methodist

                Turner, Nellie, female, English, 3, born ON, C. Methodist

        [82] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [83] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [84] 1881 Canadian Census, Dereham, Oxford South, Ontario, District 165, Sub-District A, Division 4, page 47, household #210:

                Hawkins, Gideon, married, male, English, 55, born NB, farmer, Baptist

                Hawkins, Naomi, married, female, English, 50, born NB, Baptist

                Hawkins, Margret, female, English, 16, born ON, Baptist

        [85] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [86] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [87] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [88] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [89] 1881 Canadian Census, Orford, Bothwell Co., ON, District 178, Sub-District B, Division 2, page 57, household #267:

                Turner, Ezra, married, male, Irish [sic], 45, born NB, farmer, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Ellennor, married, female, German, 43, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Elisebeth, female, German [sic], 22, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, May E., female, German [sic], 20, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Eva, female, German [sic], 17, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, John, male, German [sic], 15, born ON, farmers son, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Annie, female, German [sic], 13, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Ezra, male, German [sic], 11, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, George, male, German [sic], 9, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, David, male, German [sic], 7, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Frederick, male, German [sic], 2, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Theophilus, male, German [sic], 5, born ON, Reformed Baptist

                Turner, Thomas, male, German [sic], 8/12, born July, ON, Reformed Baptist

        [90] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [91] 1881 Canadian Census, Pickering, Ontario, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Turner, William B., married, male, 41, born NB, Baptist, English, farmer

                Turner, Sarah, married, female, 40, born ON, Scottish

                Turner, John, male, 20, born ON, English, farmer

                Turner, Abigail, female, 19, born ON

                Turner, William J., male, 18, born ON

                Turner, Isabella, female, 16, born ON

                Turner, Ezra, male, 14, born ON

                Turner, Sarah, female, 12, born ON

                Turner, Albert, male, 10, born ON

                Turner, Mary, female, 5, born ON

                Turner, Anthony, male, 3, born ON

        [92] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [93] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [94] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [95] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [96] 1881 Canadian Census, West Williams, Middlesex Co., ON, District 169, Sub-District B, Division 3, page 4, household #17:

                Turner, James, married, male, English, 39, born ON, farmer, Regular Baptist

                Turner, Martha, married, female, German, 37, born ON, Methodist Canada

                Turner, Abbie, female, English, 14, born ON, Regular Baptist

                Turner, William Henry, male, English, 12, born ON, Regular Baptist

                Turner, Nellie May, female, English, 9, born ON, Regular Baptist

                Turner, Franklin, male, English, 7, born ON, Regular Baptist

                Turner, Joseph Clarence, male, English, 5, born ON, Regular Baptist

                Turner, Martha M., female, English, 3, born ON, Regular Baptist

                Turner, Alberta E., male, English, 1, born ON, Regular Baptist

        [97] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [98] Calculated from the age of their infant child in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [99] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME, who doesn’t give the name of his first wife.

        [100] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [101] 1881 Canadian Census, Pickering, Ontario South, Ontario, District 132, Sub-District A, Division 2, page 75, household #371:

                Turner, John, married, male, English, 34, born ON, farmer, Baptist

                Turner, Julia, married, female, English, 33, born ON, Baptist

                Turner, Naomi, female, English, 1/12, born Mar., ON, Baptist

        [102] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME, calculated from her age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [103] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [104] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [105] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [106] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Elisha Hanson and David Turner.

        [107] Calculated from his age and birth place in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [108] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 5, living next door to her father, John Hanson:

                Foster, Elias, male, head of household, 40, American?, carpenter, frame house

                Foster, Hannah, female, wife, 30 [sic], native

                Foster, Rodah, female, daughter, 17, native

                Foster, George, male, son, 14, native

                Foster, Albert, male, son, 12, native

                Foster, Hannah, female, daughter, 10, native

                Foster, Lavinah, female, daughter, 7, native

                Foster, Olive, female, daughter, 4, native

                Foster, Susan, female, daughter, 2, native

        [109] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District E, page 46, household #175:

                Foster, Elias, married, male, English, 73, born USA, farmer, C. Baptist

                Foster, Hannah, married, female, English, 57 [sic], born NB, C. Baptist

                Foster, Quincy, male, English, 23, born NB, machinist, C. Baptist

                Foster, Frank, male, English, 16, born NB, farmer, C. Baptist

        [110] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [111] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [112] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [113] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [114] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [115] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [116] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [117] Calculated from his age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [118] Calculated from his age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [119] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997; June Ferguson’s FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File gives her name as “Joanna.”

        [120] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [121] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [122] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 5, living next door to Jeremiah Hanson, and 2 houses away from Elias Foster, in a frame house:

                Bessy, Arthur, male, head of household, 40, born Maine, farmer & lumberman

                Bessy, Ann, female, wife, 30?, native

                Bessy, John, male, son, 10, native

                Bessy, George, male, son, 8, native

                Bessy, Hannah, female, daughter, 6, native

                Bessy, Reuben, male, son, 2, native

        [123] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [124] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [125] 1881 Canadian Census, Uxbridge, Ontario North, ON, District 133, Sub-District A, Division 1, page 56, household #262:

                Besse, John, married, male, 41, born NB, lumberer, Baptist Canada

                Besse, Luciana, married, female, German, 39, born ON, Baptist Canada

                Besse, S. Winfield, male, German [sic], 15, born ON, Baptist Canada

                Besse, W. George, male, German [sic], 13, born ON, Baptist Canada

                Besse, Lillie, female, German [sic], 7, born ON, Baptist Canada

                Reid, George, male, Irish, 25, born ON, servant, Baptist Canada

        [126] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [127] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [128] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [129] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [130] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [131] 1881 Canadian Census, Whitchurch, York Co., Ontario, District 137, Sub-District C, Division 6, page 29, household #143:

                Besse, Ruben, married, male, English, 32, born NB, lumber merchant, Baptist

                Besse, Esther, married, female, English, 25, born ON, Baptist

                Besse, Mary Ann, single, female, English, 5, born ON, Baptist

                Besse, Hannah, single, female, English, 3, born ON, Baptist

                Besse, Lavania, single, female, English, 11 months, born May, ON, Baptist

        [132] Per Bible Record sent by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH, in June 1998, and from the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Ellen King, of Mariaville, ME.

        [133] Her parents from the LDS Ancestral File of Benjamin Milliken and Phebe Jordan, submitted by Robert W. Nydegger, of Salt Lake City, UT, William L. Rackliffe, of Murray, UT, Barry Earl Hall, of Victoria, BC, and others.

        [134] From the I.G.I., extracted from church records of St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.

        [135] Per the LDS Ancestral File of Edward Milliken and Abigail Norman, submitted by Robert W. Nydegger, of Salt Lake City, UT, John L. McHale, of Greenwich, CT, Dennis W. King, of Aurora, CO, and others.

        [136] Jordan, Tristram Frost, The Jordan Memorial, Picton Press, Camden, ME, 1882, reprint, 1995, p. 169.

        [137] Hale, R. Wallace, Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1989, p. 312.

        [138] From the Bible Record sent by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [139] From the Bible Record sent by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [140] Hale, R. Wallace, Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1989, pp. 462-463.

        [141] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 26:

                Hanson, William, male, head of household, 89 [sic], native [sic], infirm

                Hanson, Sarah [sic, probably meant Mary, unless his daughter Sarah was staying with him], female, wife, 60

                Hanson, Moses, male, son, 32, labourer

        [142] From the Bible Record sent by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [143] From the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Ellen King, of Mariaville, ME.

        [144] Per Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH, from cemetery records from St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.

        [145] Children per letter of Charlotte Nicely, who received her information from Naomi C. Bliss, of Salt Lake City, UT, and from Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997, which differs slightly. Children by Mary S. Libby are from Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH. I have not verified that these were all children of William Hanson.

        [146] Her birth date from the LDS Ancestral File of William Hanson and Dorcas Milliken, submitted by Shirley J. Brewster, of Provo, UT, and Roy Crosby, of Pleasant Grove, UT.

        [147] Hale, R. Wallace, Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1989, pp. 17, 463.

        [148] 1871 Canadian Census, South Pickering, ON, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Haley, Sarah, female, 80, born NB, Baptist, widow.

        [149] All information about James Haley and his children from Clark Hanson’s 1884 deposition regarding the descendants of Thomas Haley, as extracted in Mary Hawker’s “ Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [150] All from Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [151] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [152] 1881 Canadian Census, Loughborough, Addington Co., ON, District 118, Sub-District A, page 24, household #115:

                Haley, Mary, widow, female, Irish, 55, born ON, Catholic

                Haley, Thomas, male, Irish, 24, born ON, blacksmith, Catholic

                Haley, Jane, female, Irish, 16, born ON, Catholic

                Haley, Catherine, female, Irish, 22, born ON, Catholic

        [153] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [154] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Robert Vardon and David Turner.

        [155] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [156] New Brunswick Courier Newspaper, Dec. 28, 1839, from Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, by D.F. Johnson, as reported by Mary Hawker.

        [157] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [158] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [159] Calculated from his age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [160] 1881 Canadian Census, Bayham, Elgin East, ON, District 163, Sub-District H, Division 3, page 31, household #161:

                Lane, George, married, male, 22, born ON, farmer, Methodist Canada

                Lane, Esther J., married, female, 24, born ON, Methodist Canada

                Lane, Nellie M., female, 0/12, born ON, Methodist Canada

                Lane, Alexander, married, male, 58, born ON, farmer, Methodist Canada

                Lane, Mary, married, female, 60, born NB, Methodist Canada

        [161] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [162] Calculated from his age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [163] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [164] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [165] 1881 Canadian Census, Dereham, Oxford South, ON, District 165, Sub-District A, Division 4, page 27, household #111:

                Smart, Andrew, married, male, English, 65, born NB, gentleman, Presbyterian

                Smart, Emma, married, female, English, 33, born England, Baptist

                Smart, John, male, English, 78, born NB

                Smart, David, male, English, 25, born ON, agent, Presbyterian

                Smart, Annie, female, English, 4, born ON, Presbyterian

        [166] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [167] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [168] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [169] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [170] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [171] 1881 Canadian Census, Ward 2, London, Middlesex Co., ON, District 170, Sub-District B, Division 1, page 49, household #246:

                Jeffery, Joseph, married, male, English, 51, born England, Banker, Baptist

                Jeffery, Augusta, married, female, Irish, 49, born NB, Baptist

                Jeffery, Albert Oscar, male, English, 23, born ON, barrister, Baptist

                Jeffery, Cecilia A., female, English, 21, born ON, Baptist

                Jeffery, Cassandra, female, English, 19, born ON, Baptist

                Jeffery, Josephine A., female, English, 17, born ON, Baptist

                Jeffery, Chas. Llewellin, male, English, 15, born ON, Baptist

                Jeffery, Jas. Edgar, male, English, 11, born ON, Baptist

                Jeffery, Ethel, female, English, 8, born ON, Baptist

                Carroll, Catherine, female, Irish, 22, born ON, servant, Catholic

        [172] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [173] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [174] 1881 Canadian Census, Malahide, Elgin East, ON, District 163, Sub-District D, Division 3, page 20, household #111:

                Gostick, John, married, male, English, 53, born England, farmer, Baptist

                Gostick, Priscilla, married, female, English, 48, born NB, Baptist

                Gostick, Alenia, female, English, 25, born ON, Baptist

                Gostick, Joseph, male, English, 23, born ON, farmer, Baptist

                Gostick, Emma, female, English, 21, born ON, Baptist

                Gostick, Alice, female, English, 18, born ON, Baptist

                Gostick, Albert, male, English, 16, born ON, Baptist

                Gostick, Amy, female, English, 14, born ON, Baptist

                Gostick, Walter, male, English, 10, born ON, Baptist

        [175] His birth date from the LDS Ancestral File of William Hanson and Dorcas Milliken, submitted by Shirley J. Brewster, of Provo, UT, and Roy Crosby, of Pleasant Grove, UT.

        [176] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, p. 222, abstracted by Mary Hawker.

        [177] His birth year from the LDS Ancestral File of William Hanson and Dorcas Milliken, submitted by Shirley J. Brewster, of Provo, UT, and Roy Crosby, of Pleasant Grove, UT.

        [178] Hamilton, Willis D., Old North Esk Revised, Fredericton, NB, 1988, pp. 183, 377, 138.

        [179] Northumberland Co., NB, Marriage Records, Vol. A (1806-1837), p. 452, per Beverly A. McCann e-mail message of 7 July 1998, which records the marriage of Dominicus Hanson and Nancy Rogers, both of the parish of Northesk.

        [180] Charity Ann Estey’s parents’ names per Janet Bubar e-mail letter of 9/1/98.

        [181] York County, NB, Marriage Returns, 1837-1851, on microfilm, p. 513. Witness was John Estey. Dominicus Hanson signed by his mark. This may have been his second marriage.

        [182] Her birth date from the LDS Ancestral File, submitted by Alta Fae Shammo, of Las Vegas, NV, Paul R. Sandberg, of Rolla, MO, and Roy Crosby, of Pleasant Grove, UT.

        [183] From the I.G.I., extracted from civil records of Charlotte Co., NB.

        [184] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [185] Hale, R. Wallace, Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1989, p. 17.

        [186] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [187] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [188] 1850 Federal Census, Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, p. 299, dwelling #309, family #323:

                Levitt, Nathan, 52, male, farmer, $1200, born ME

                Levitt, Elizabeth, 53, female, born NB

                Levitt, William H., 25, male, farmer, $600, born ME

                Levitt, Mary E., 23, female, born ME

                Levitt, Moses A., 20, male, farmer, born ME, attending school

                Levitt, Nathan Jr., 16, male, farmer, born ME, attending school

                Levitt, Benj., 14, male, born ME, attending school

                Levitt, Phebe J., 12, female, born ME, attending school

                Levitt, Rachel W., 10, female, born ME, attending school

                Levitt, Dorcas E., 7, female, born ME, attending school

        [189] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [190] 1880 Federal Census, Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, p. 184 B, from the LDS census index:

                Levitt, Nathan, widower, male, white, 81, born ME, retired farmer, father born ME, mother born ME

                Levitt, William H., son, married, male, white, 54, born ME, farmer, father born ME, mother born NB

                Levitt, Minerva S., daughter-in-law, married, female, white, 42, born MA, keeping house, father born MA, mother born MA

                Levitt, George A., grandson, single, male, white, 20, born ME, at home, father born ME, mother born MA

        [191] From the I.G.I., extracted from civil records of Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, not yet verified through census records.

        [192] Her name from the I.G.I. Marriage Records, the source not listed.

        [193] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [194] I.G.I. Marriage Records, taken from Record of Marriages, Penobscot County, Maine, 1827-1888, from LDS microfilm #0011948.

        [195] I.G.I. Individual Record, taken from an LDS patron submittal.

        [196] I.G.I. Marriage Record, taken from Town and Vital Records of Clinton Maine, 1795-1891, from LDS microfilm #0010620.

        [197] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [198] 1880 Federal Census, Clinton, Kennebec Co., ME, p. 187D, from the LDS census index:

                Leavitt, Moses A., married, male, white, 50, born ME, farmer, father born ME, mother born NB

                Leavitt, Betsey H., wife, married, female, white, 45, born ME, keeping house, father born NH, mother born ME

                Leavitt, Nellie, daughter, single, female, white, 14, born ME, at home, father born ME, mother born ME

        [199] I.G.I. Individual Record, taken from an LDS patron submittal.

        [200] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [201] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [202] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [203] 1880 Federal Census, Johnstonville, Lassen Co., CA, p. 75A, from the LDS census index:

                Leavitt, Benjamin H., married, male, white, 46, born ME, farmer, father born ME, mother born Nova Scotia [sic]

                Leavitt, Celara, wife, married, female, white, 42, born MA, keeping house, father born MA, mother born VT

                Leavitt, Laura M., daughter, single, female, white, 15, born CA, at school, father born ME, mother born MA

                Leavitt, Emma R., daughter, single, female, white, 14, born CA, at school, father born ME, mother born MA

                Leavitt, Lizzie E., daughter, single, female, white, 11, born CA, at school, father born ME, mother born MA

                Leavitt, Grace E., daughter, single, female, white, 9, born CA, father born ME, mother born MA

                Leavitt, Fanny J., daughter, single, female, white, 4, born CA, father born ME, mother born MA

                Leavitt, James B., son, single, male, white, 2, born CA, father born ME, mother born MA

                Neuhause, Henry, other, single, male, white, 24, born Germany, laborer, father born Germany, mother born Germany

                Edwards, Herbert, brother-in-law, single, male, white, 23, born VT, laborer, father born MA, mother born VT

                Do, other, single, male, Asian, 18, born China, servant-cook, father born China, mother born China

                Jim, other, single, male, Asian, 19, born China, servant-laborer, father born China, mother born China

                Sam, other, single, male, Asian, 30, born China, servant-laborer, father born China, mother born China

                Sing, other, single, male, Asian, 27, born China, servant-laborer, father born China, mother born China

        [204] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [205] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT, his name from the 1880 Federal Census.

        [206] 1880 Federal Census, Westford, Middlesex Co., MA, p. 15B, from the LDS census index:

                Reed, William, married, male, white, 54, born MA, dealer in rough and hammered stone, father born MA, mother born MA

                Reed, Rachel W., wife, married, female, white, 40, born ME, keeping house, father born ME, mother born NB

                Reed, Stella E., daughter, single, female, white, 19, born MA, at school, father born MA, mother born ME

        [207] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [208] FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File, submitted by Pamela S. Crowther, of Cedar City, UT.

        [209] His birth year from the LDS Ancestral File of William Hanson and Dorcas Milliken, submitted by Shirley J. Brewster, of Provo, UT, and Roy Crosby, of Pleasant Grove, UT.

        [210] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1939, p. 307, abstracted by Mary Hawker. A witness was Robert Hanson.

        [211] Per Beverly A. McCann e-mail letter of 10 July 1998.

        [212] Per letter of Charlotte Nicely.

        [213] From the I.G.I., extracted from civil records of St. Andrew’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, not yet verified through census records.

        [214] Her birth year from the LDS Ancestral File of William Hanson and Dorcas Milliken, submitted by Shirley J. Brewster, of Provo, UT, and Roy Crosby, of Pleasant Grove, UT.

        [215] Barnett, Cleadie B., and Sewell, Elizabeth S., Loyalist Families, Fredericton Branch of the United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada, n.d., p. 49.

        [216] Per letter of Charlotte Nicely.

        [217] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [218] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [219] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [220] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [221] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [222] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [223] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [224] Calculated from her age in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [225] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Ward, Saint John, Saint John Co., NB, District 24, Sub-District A, Division 2, page 16, household #84:

                Turner, James D., married, male, English, 51, born NB, merchant, Church of England

                Turner, Amanda, married, female, English, 44, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Ida A., female, English, 24, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Lilie, female, English, 22, born NB, teacher, Church of England

                Turner, J. Harold, male, English, 19, born NB, clerk, Church of England

                Turner, J. Fred M., male, English, 10, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Minnie E., female, English, 8, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Bertha E., female, English, 5, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Charles E., male, English, 2, born NB, Church of England

                Tooney, Mary, female, Irish, 20, born NB, servant, Catholic

                Noris, Carrie, female, Irish, 14, born NS, servant, Church of England

        [226] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [227] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [228] 1881 Canadian Census, Albert Ward, Saint John, Saint John Co., NB, District 24, Sub-District H, page 49, household #236:

                Turner, Collin C., married, male, English, 46, born NB, mill wright, Church of England

                Turner, Mary A., married, female, English, 45, born NS, Church of England

                Turner, Cloff D., widower, male, English, 26, born NB, surveyor, Church of England

                Turner, Josie L., female, English, 23, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Gussie R., female, English, 21, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Addie G., female, English, 19, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Frances W., female, English, 16, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Minnie, female, English, 14, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Annie, female, English, 13, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Nellie, female, English, 12, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Bessie, female, English, 10, born NB, Church of England

                Turner, Lienard, male, English, 7, born NB, Church of England

        [229] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [230] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [231] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource file submitted by June Ferguson, of Calais, ME.

        [232] From the I.G.I., extracted from church records of St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB. Beverly A. McCann believes that he wasn’t a son of William Hanson.

        [233] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, p.307. “William” Hanson, of St. Stephen, to “Susan” Sanger, of St. Stephen.

        [234] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH; Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Eli Hanson and Israel Hanson.

        [235] York County, NB, Marriages, 1837-1851, p. 183, “with the consent of friends.” Witnesses were George L. Hathaway and Allan McLean.

        [236] York County, NB, Marriages, 1837-1851, p. 493, “with the consent of parents.” Witnesses were William Craig and James Clark.

        [237] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [238] Index to Charlotte County Marriage Register, Book B, 1839-1854, p. 22, supplied by Mary Hawker.

        [239] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [240] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [241] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [242] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [243] Johnson, D.F., Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, Vol. 9, 1840-1842, from New Brunswick Courier, supplied by Mary Hawker.

        [244] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [245] Charlotte County Marriage Register, Book B, 1839-1854, p. 219, abstracted by Mary Hawker, her name listed as “Maria Crockers”, but it appears more like “Maureen” in the 1851 Canadian Census, which is hard to read.

        [246] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [247] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 68:

                Hanson, Thomas, male, head of household, 27, native, (can’t read his occupation.)

                Hanson, Maureen?, female, wife, 24, native

                Hanson, Martha, female, lodger?, 20, native

                Hutch, Edward, male, lodger?, 12, native

                Hutch, Catherine, female, lodger?, 15, native

        [248] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [249] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH. He was the great-grandfather of Beverly McCann.

        [250] Her parents and maiden name from the LDS Ancestral File, submitted by Barbara J. Tourtillott, of Loomis, CA.

        [251] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [252] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [253] From the Bible Record supplied by Beverly A. McCann, of Dover, NH.

        [254] Charlotte County Marriage Bonds, abstracted by Mary Hawker, the bond dated 1 Nov. 1853, and the bondsman was Stephen Pene.

        [255] From the I.G.I., extracted from church records of St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.

        [256] From the I.G.I.: Mrs. Esther Hanson, wife of Clark Hanson.

        [257] 1850 Federal Census, “Letter L,” Penobscot Co., ME, p. 376, dwelling #388, family #396:

                Hanson, Clark, 82, male, farmer, $150, born ME

                Hanson, Esther, 64, female, born ME

                Hanson, Eli, 21, male, laborer, born ME

        [258] All from the LDS Family History file of Clark Hanson, not yet verified through the census records.

        [259] Johnson, Muriel Sampson, Early Families of Gouldsboro, Maine, Picton Press, Camden, ME, 1990, p. 20. Simon Hanson was “of St. Stephen, New Brunswick,” in the Gouldsboro marriage record.

        [260] Calculated from the age of their oldest child in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [261] Calculated from his age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [262] 1850 Federal Census, “Letter L,” Penobscot Co., ME, p. 376, dwelling #387, family #395:

                Lyon, Ellis, 43, male, farmer, born ME

                Lyon, Sarah, 35, female, born ME

                Lyon, Laura A., 4, female, born ME

                Lyon, Martha J., 1, female, born ME

                Lyon, Cornelius, 77, male, born MA

                Lyon, Susan, 70, female, born NH

        [263] 1880 Federal Census, Winn, Penobscot Co., ME, p. 379D, from the LDS census index:

                Lyons, Ellis, married, male, white, 73, born ME, farmer, father born ME, mother born ME

                Lyons, Sarah, wife, married, female, white, 62, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

                Hanson, Esther, mother-in-law, widow, female, white, 99, born NB, boarding, father born NB, mother born NB

                Nason, Leroy, grandson, single, male, white, 9, born ME, at school, father born ME, mother born ME

        [264] Calculated from her age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [265] Calculated from her age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [266] New Brunswick Courier Newspaper, 20 Aug. 1842, from Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, by D.F. Johnson, as reported by Mary Hawker.

        [267] Calculated from his age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [268] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [269] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [270] Her maiden name per the I.G.I. Marriage Record of Jacob Libby and Unity Parker in 1783 in St. Stephen, NB.

        [271] Hale, R. Wallace, Early New Brunswick Probate Records, 1785-1835, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD, 1989, pp. 260-261.

        [272] From the I.G.I., extracted from church records of St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB.

        [273] From Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript. I have not verified that these are all children of Stephen and Sarah Hanson.

        [274] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [275] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, p. 270, abstracted by Mary Hawker. “Jacob Hanson and Mary MacNamara, of St. Patrick.” Witnesses were John Hanson and William Turner.

        [276] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker.

        [277] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were William Rourke and Martha Fisher.

        [278] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, but he was more likely born in Gouldsboro, ME, if he was born in 1775, because John Hanson did not settle on Chamcook Island until about 1778.

        [279] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript.

        [280] Ibid.

        [281] Deposition of Clark Hanson, of Ontario, in 1884, regarding disposition of the estate of Thomas Haley, as extracted by Mary Hawker in her “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997. Some of the dates in his deposition are evidently off slightly.

        [282] From Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, June 1997, taken from petitions and letters in the Crown Land Office, Fredericton, NB.

        [283] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 6:

                Hanson, Daniel, male, head of household, 77, native, farmer, infirm, frame house

                Hanson, Mary, female, wife, 70, native, infirm

                Hanson, Joshua, male, son, 29, native, farmer

                Hanson, Maria, female, daughter, 27, native

                Hanson, Eliza, female, granddaughter, 15, native

        [284] From Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [285] From Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997. I have not verified that these children all belong to Daniel and Mary Hanson.

        [286] This identification per Mary Hawker. I have not been able to verify for certain that she was the correct Nancy Hanson who married Benjamin Milliken Hanson, but the identification seems very probable.

        [287] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [288] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [289] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [290] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [291] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [292] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Witnesses were Elisha Hanson and Richard Turner.

        [293] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [294] New Brunswick Courier Newspaper, Dec. 28, 1839, from Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, by D.F. Johnson, as reported by Mary Hawker.

        [295] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [296] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. Per Mary Hawker, this is the Sarah Hanson who married James Waldron, but she seems awfully young. Witnesses were C.B. Ash, and Thomas Gard. No notice of permission for Sarah to marry was noted in the marriage record. I would guess that the wife of James Waldron was more likely the Sarah Hanson, daughter of Stephen Hanson, who was born in 1809.

        [297] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [298] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. A witness was Benjamin Hanson.

        [299] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [300] 1871 Canadian Census, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Gillmor, A.H., male, 59, born NB, Baptist, English, occupation: lumber

                Gillmor, Johanna, female, 58, born NB

                Gillmor, Hamden, male, 34, born NB

                Gillmor, Edward, male, 30, born NB

                Gillmor, Henry, male, 27, born NB

                Gillmor, Minerva, female, 24, born NB

                Gillmor, Rebecca, female, 21, born NB

                Gillmor, Anne, female, 16, born NB

                Gillmor, Sidney?, male, 13, born NB

                Gillmor, John, male, 11, born NB

                Gillmor, William, male, 5, born NB

        [301] 1881 Canadian Census, St. George, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District D, Division 1, page 70, household #305:

                Gillmor, Hamden, male, Irish, 45, born NB, lumberman, Baptist

                Gillmor, Joanna, widow, female, English, 66, born NB, Baptist

                Gillmor, Edward, male, Irish, 41, born NB, lumberman, Baptist

                Gillmor, Henry, male, Irish, 39, born NB, lumberman, Baptist

                Gillmor, Minerva, female, Irish, 33, born NB, Baptist

                Gillmor, Rebecca, female, Irish, 30, born NB, Baptist

                Gillmor, Annie, female, Irish, 24, born NB, school teacher, Baptist

                Gillmor, Sydney, male, Irish, 21, born NB, farmer, Baptist

                Gillmor, William, male, Irish, 16, born NB, farmer, Baptist

        [302] Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997, verified through census records.

        [303] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [304] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [305] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [306] Calculated from her age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [307] Calculated from her age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [308] Calculated from her age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [309] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [310] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [311] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [312] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [313] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [314] Per Mary Hawker’s “Hanson Family Tree” typescript, 1997.

        [315] York County, NB, Marriage Returns, 1851-1866, p. 436, “with consent of parents.” Witnesses were Joseph Arnold and Susan Arnold.

        [316] Calculated from her age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [317] His birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [318] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [319] From the I.G.I., extracted from church records of St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.

        [320] 1851 Canadian Census, St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, p. 20, living next door to their son, Josiah Hanson.

                Hanson, Lifelet, male, head of household, 66, native, farmer, infirm, frame house

                Hanson, Ellen, female, wife, 65, native, infirm

        [321] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [322] Per letter of Charlotte Nicely, rearranged by me. I have not verified that these are all children of Eliphalette and Ellenor Hanson.

        [323] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [324] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. A witness was Jeremiah Hanson.

        [325] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [326] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. A witness was Hiram Hanson.

        [327] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1850 and 1880 Federal Censuses.

        [328] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [329] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [330] 1850 Federal Census, Dalton, Coos Co., NH, p. 152, dwelling #130, family #133:

                Harriman, Ira C., 39, male, mill wright, $250, born Conway, NH

                Harriman, Harriet H., 38, female, born St. Patrick, L. Ca. [Lower Canada? sic]

                Harriman, Sarah Ann, 15, female, born Calais, ME

                Harriman, Isaac H., 13, male, born St. Patrick, L.C.

                Harriman, Harriet E., 11, female, born St. Patrick, L.C.

                Harriman, Ira C. Jr., 8, male, born Conway, NH

                Harriman, Phebe B., 4, female, born Norwich[?], VT

                Harriman, Charles E., 6, male, born Dalton, NH

                Harriman, Mary M., 1, female, born Dalton, NH

        [331] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [332] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [333] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [334] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1880 Federal Census, listed as Ira C. Harriman jr. in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [335] Calculated from her age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [336] 1880 Federal Census, Swampscott, Essex Co., MA, p. 288C, from the LDS census index:

                Harriman, George I., married, male, white, 37, born NH, fish dealer, father born NH, mother born NB

                Harriman, Clara P., wife, married, white, 30, born NH, keeping house, father born NH, mother born NH

                Daney, Pamelia C., mother-in-law, widow, female, white, 67, born NH, keeping house, father born NH, mother born NH

                Harriman, Harriet, mother, widow, female, white, 68, born NB, keeping house, father born NB, mother born NB

                Harriman, Phebe M., sister, single, female, white, 38, born NH, shoe trimmer, father born NH, mother born NB

        [337] 1850 Federal Census, Farmington, Strafford Co., NH, p. 323, dwelling #1723, family #1847:

                Daney, Heil P., 42, male, shoemaker, $800, born NH

                Daney, Pamilia C., 37, female, born NH

                Daney, Pamilia, 17, female, born NH, attending school

                Daney, Eliza E., 13, female, born NH, attending school

                Daney, Hannah E., 10, female, born NH, attending school

                Daney, Drucilla, 7, female, born NH, attending school

                Daney, Sarah S., 5, female, born NH, attending school

                Daney, Orvilla, 3, female, born NH

                Daney, Clara P., 1, female, born NH

        [338] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [339] 1880 Federal Census, Hillsborough, Hillsborough Co., NH, p. 344C, from the LDS census index:

                Dullon or Dulton, Ephraim, married, male, white, 72, born NH

                Dullon or Dulton, Phoebe B., wife, married, female, white, 68, born NH, keeping house, father born NH, mother born NH

                Morse, Edwin B., son-in-law, married, male, white, 49, born NH

                Morse, Clarissa W., daughter, married, female, white, 44, born NH, keeping house, father born NH, mother born NH

                Larson, Edith C., other, single, female, white, 11, born Sweden, father born Sweden, mother born Sweden

                Harriman, Charles E., other, married [sic?], male, white, 38, born NH, clerk dry goods store, father born NH, mother born NH

        [340] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census, which does not agree with her age and birthplace in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [341] Calculated from his age in the 1851 Canadian Census.

        [342] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [343] His birth date per Charlotte Nicely, and per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [344] Her parents per Charlotte Nicely, and per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted by Arnold E. Krause.

        [345] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. “Hiram Hanson of St. Patrick and Mary Ann Younge, of Penfield.” I.G.I. has date erroneously as 5 May 1836.

        [346] His birth date per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [347] Her parents per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [348] Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker. A witness was Moses Hanson.

        [349] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [350] Per the FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File submitted by June Ferguson of Calais, ME.

        [351] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [352] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [353] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census, and his birthplace in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [354] 1850 Federal Census, Dalton, Coos Co., NH, p. 152, dwelling #131, family #134:

                Scott, John G., 24, male, shoe maker, born Pennfield, L.C. [Lower Canada? sic]

                Scott, Phebe E., 26, female, born St. Patrick, L.C.

                Scott, Clarissa, 4, female, born St. Patrick, L.C.

                Scott, Levi A., 1, male, born St. Patrick, L.C.

        [355] 1880 Federal Census, Fort Fairfield, Aroostook Co., ME, p. 190A, from the LDS census index:

                Scott, John G., married, male, white, 59, born NB, farmer, father born ME, mother born NB

                Scott, Phebe, wife, married, white, 55, born NB, keeping house, father born NB, mother born NB

                Scott, Addie R., daughter, single, female, white, 19, born ME, father born NB, mother born NB

                Scott, George W., son, single, male, white, 14, born ME, father born NB, mother born NB

        [356] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [357] Calculated from her age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [358] Calculated from his age in the 1850 Federal Census.

        [359] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [360] Calculated from her age and birthplace in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [361] 1880 Federal Census, Bridgewater, Aroostook Co., ME, p. 304B, from the LDS census index:

                Scott, Levi, married, male, white, 28, born NB, laborer

                Scott, Elisabeth, wife, married, female, white, 27, born NB, keeps house

                Scott, Jessie M., daughter, single, female, white, 7, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

                Scott, Mertin, son, single, male, white, 3, born ME, father born NB, mother born NB

        [362] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [363] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [364] 1880 Federal Census, Caribou, Aroostook Co., ME, p. 161A, from the LDS census index:

                Scott, Benjamin, married, male, white, 26, born NB, laborer, father born NB, mother born NB

                Scott, Mahala, wife, married, female, white, 24, born ME, at home, father born ME, mother born ME

                Scott, Louise, daughter, single, female, white, 5, born ME, at home, father born NB, mother born ME

                Scott, James H., son, single, male, white, 2, born ME, at home, father born NB, mother born ME

                Scott, Benjamin, son, single, male, white, 1, born ME, father born NB, mother born ME

        [365] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [366] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census, not listed by Arnold E. Krause.

        [367] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 19 May 2003 by Arnold E. Krause; Charlotte County Marriage Register, Book C, 1854-1880, p. 9, abstracted by Mary Hawker.

        [368] 1861 Canadian Census, St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, per Beverly A. McCann e-mail letter of 19 June 1998:

                Hanson, James, male, 65, head of family, farmer, Episcopal

                Hanson, Mehitable, female, 64, wife, Methodist

                Hanson, James, male, 26, son, labourer, Methodist

                Hanson, Daniel, male, 22, son, Methodist

                Hanson, Mehitable, female, 19, wife, Methodist

                Hanson, Frances, female, 19, daughter, Methodist

                Hanson, Edwin, male, 6, grandson, Methodist

        [369] Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Probate Index, from LDS Microfilm #1437508, the date of his death from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 1 May 2003 by Susan Johanson.

        [370] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [371] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall; Charlotte County Marriage Records, 1806-1839, abstracted by Mary Hawker; both of St. Stephen, married by Peter McIntyre of the Church of Scotland, witnesses were Israel T. Hanson and Wm. V. Libby.

        [372] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [373] 1871 Canadian Census, Charlotte Co., NB, abstracted by Mary Hawker:

                Libby, Josiah, male, 55, Methodist, farmer

                Libby, Charlotte, female, 57

                Libby, William, male, 35

        [374] 1880 Federal Census, Calais, Washington Co., ME, p. 91D, dwelling #63, family #81:

                Libbey, Joseph, white, male, 66, married, laborer, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

                Libbey, Charlotte, white, female, 65, wife, married, keeping house, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

                Campbell, Charlotte, white, female, 17, adopted, single, at home, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

                Campbell, John, white, male, 24, son, adopted, laborer, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

                Hanson, James, white, male, 50, brother in law, single, pulmonary consumption, born NB, father born NB, mother born NB

        [375] Calculated from his age in the 1871 Canadian Census.

        [376] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Canadian Census.

        [377] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Canadian Census.

        [378] His birth date from the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [379] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [380] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, and on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [381] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [382] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [383] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, and on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [384] 1880 Federal Census, Miles City, Custer Co., Montana, from the LDS census index, page 91D, living in a hotel or boarding house owned by Charles and Mary Savage:

                Eastman, William, single, male, white, 36, born NB, no occupation listed, father born NB, mother born NB

                Eastman, George, single, male, white, 26, born NB, no occupation listed, father born NB, mother born NB

        [385] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, calculated from his age in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [386] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [387] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, and on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [388] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [389] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [390] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [391] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District J, page 27, household #117:

                Hall, Ebenezer, married, male, English, 61, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Sarah J., married, female, English, 52, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Frank W., male, English, 22, born NB, lumberman, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Sethley C., male, English, 20, born NB, lumberman, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Unity, female, English, 18, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Addie, female, English, 16, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Levi, male, English, 14, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Alfred, male, English, 12, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Wilmot, male, English, 8, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

        [392] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [393] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [394] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District J, page 34, household #180:

                McVey, Joseph, married, male, Scottish, 33, born Scotland, stone mason, C. Presbyterian

                McVey, Mary, married, female, American, 28, born NB, C. Presbyterian

                McVey, Mary E., female, Scottish, 8, born NB, C. Presbyterian

                McVey, Bessie, female, Scottish, 6, born NB, C. Presbyterian

                McVey, William A., male, Scottish, 4, born NB, C. Presbyterian

                McVey, Josephine, female, Scottish, 3, born NB, C. Presbyterian

                McVey, Sarah Jane, female, Scottish, 1, born NB, C. Presbyterian

        [395] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [396] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [397] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall,

        [398] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District J, page 37, household #163:

                Maxwell, Thomas, widower, male, Irish, 75, born NB, farmer, Church of England

                Maxwell, James A., married, male, Irish, 32, born NB, farmer, Church of England

                Maxwell, Asenith, married, female, Irish [sic], 26, born NB, Church of England

                Maxwell, Maggie, female, Irish, 1, born NB, Church of England

        [399] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [400] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, who calls him “Sutcliffe,” but his name is “Sethley” in the 1881 Canadian Census.

        [401] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [402] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [403] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [404] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [405] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [406] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [407] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [408] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [409] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [410] 1880 Federal Census, Calais, Washington Co., ME, from the LDS census index:

                Campbell, Hugh, married, male, white, 49, born NB, laborer, father born NB, mother born NB

                Campbell, Abagail, wife, married, female, white, 50, born NB, keeping house, father born NB, mother born NB

                Campbell, Jones, son, single, male, white, 22, born NB, laborer, father born NB, mother born NB

                Smith, Lerena, daughter, married, female, white, 21, born NB, at home, father born NB, mother born NB

                Smith, Tyler, son-in-law, married, male, white, 24, born ME, laborer, father born ME, mother born ME

                Campbell, Isaac, son, single, male, white, 19, born NB, laborer, father born NB, mother born NB

                Campbell, Eunity, daughter single, female, white, 15, born NB, at home, father born NB, mother born NB

                Campbell, Thomas, son, single, male, white, 13, born NB, at school, father born NB, mother born NB

                Smith, Amy E., granddaughter, single, female, white, 6 months, born ME, father born ME, mother born NB

        [411] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [412] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [413] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [414] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [415] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census, where her name is spelled “Eunity.”

        [416] Calculated from his age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [417] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [418] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [419] 1881 Canadian Census, St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, District 26, Sub-District J, page 19, household #87:

                Hall, Joseph, married, male, English, 50, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Elmira, married, female, English, 45, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Josiah, male, English, 19, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Calvin, male, English, 17, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, James, male, English, 14, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Mary J, female, English, 14, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Hattie, female, English, 10, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hall, Alice M, female, English, 6, born NB, Weslyan Methodist

                Hanson, James, male, English, 53, born NB, farmer, Weslyan Methodist

        [420] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [421] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [422] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [423] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, and on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [424] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [425] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [426] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [427] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [428] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [429] All per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [430] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree files submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall, and on 9 Apr. 2003 by Arnold E. Krause.

        [431] Calculated from her age in the 1861 Canadian Census.

        [432] Per the Ancestry.com World Tree file submitted on 6 Apr. 2003 by Leana Randall.

        [433] Calculated from his age and birthplace in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [434] 1880 Federal Census, Eureka, Humboldt Co., CA, p. 366B, from the LDS census index:

                Hall, John M., married, male, white, 53, born NB, lumberman, father born ME, mother born NB

                Hall, Frances, wife, married, female, white, 37, born NB, keeps house, father born NB, mother born NB

                Hall, Charlotte Ann, daughter, single, female, white, 12, born NB, at school, father born NB, mother born NB

                Hall, Ada, daughter, single, female, white, 7, born NB, at school, father born NB, mother born NB

        [435] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.

        [436] Calculated from her age in the 1880 Federal Census.