Hanson Family of New Brunswick

Generations #7, 8 & 9

 

 

            Generation #7 continues with the families of the grandsons of John5 Hanson and Elizabeth “Betty” Clark, who settled in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, with an emphasis on the families of the sons of William6 Hanson, who was my ancestor. Generation #8 is contained within Generation #7, with the exception of the sons of Benjamin7 Milliken Hanson, whose families are listed separately at the end. Note: This is a work in progress, and is subject to revision.

 

 

(VII.33) John7 Andrew Hanson, eldest son of John6 Hanson (Jr.), John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB, on 5 Jan. 1800,[1] married Rachel Young, supposedly daughter of Isaac and Mary (Turner) Young,[2] in ca. 1831.[3] She was born ca. 1810 in NB.[4] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[5] and 1861 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer.[6] He died on 5 July 1868,[7] presumably in Charlotte Co., NB.

John Andrew Hanson and Rachel Young had children:[8]

            A. John8 F. Hanson, born on 12 Nov. 1831 in NB,[9] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1861 Canadian Census, but he was not found in the 1871 census in Charlotte Co., NB. He married Mary A. Russell, who was born on 27 June 1841 in NB,[10] and they were living in Waterville, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was working in a car shop,[11] and in Kentville, Kings Co., NS, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a marble worker,[12] and in the 1901 Canadian Census.[13] He had children:

            1. Alice9 R. Hanson, born on 13 May 1864 in NB,[14] married Ralph S. Eaton, who was born on 11 Aug. 1858,[15] and they were living with her parents in Kentville, NS, in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            2. Herbert9 B. Hanson, born on 25 Dec. 1875 in ME,[16] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Kentville, NS, in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            3. Murray S. Hanson, born in Sept. 1880 in the U.S.[17]

            B. Angus8 M. Hanson, born ca. 1834 in NB,[18] was also still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1861 Canadian Census, but he was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census or the 1880 Federal Census.

            C. Otis8 Turner Hanson, born 13 Mar. ca. 1836 in NB,[19] was also still unmarried and living with his parents in 1861, married Marion Amanda Parks in ca. 1868.[20] She was born on 11 Feb. 1849 in NB,[21] and they were living in Richmond, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census,[22] and in Richmond Corner, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census,[23] where he was a farmer. They had children:

            1. Roland9 Turner Hanson, born on 14 Jan. 1869 in Richmond, Carleton Co., NB,[24] married Eleanor Mabel Gentle, daughter of Joshua and Isabell Gentle, of Richmond, NB, on 23 Apr. 1900 in Carleton Co., NB.[25] She was born ca. 1873 in NB.[26] They were not found in Richmond Parish, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            2. Clarence9 A. Hanson, born on 3 May 1874 in NB,[27] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, married Inez Clayton Smith on 22 June 1904 in Carleton Co., NB.[28]

            3. Pearl9 Parks Hanson, born on 22 Aug. 1876 in Richmond, NB,[29] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, married Donnell J. Neale on 2 Aug. 1905 in Carleton Co., NB.[30]

            4. Almon9 Merrill Hanson, born on 1 Apr. 1879 in Richmond Corner, Carleton Co., NB,[31] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, married May Lawrence on 23 Apr. 1902 in Carleton Co., NB.[32]

            5. Clara Myrtle Hanson, born on 12 July 1884 in Richmond Corner, NB,[33] marriage not found.

            D. Jacob8 Hanson, born ca. 1838 in NB,[34] was also still unmarried and living with his parents in 1861, probably the Jacob L. Hanson who married 1.) Huldah A. Poole,[35] who was born ca. 1837 in NB,[36] and 2.) Elisa “Lila” W. Poole, who was born on 7 Feb[?] 1835 in NB,[37] on 6 Aug. 1899 in Charlotte Co., NB.[38] He was living in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a store keeper,[39] and in the 1901 Canadian Census, a farmer.[40] They had children:

            1. Mabel Hanson, born ca. 1875 in NB,[41] was probably already married by 1901.

            2. Arlington9 Hanson, born on 20 Feb. 1876 in NB,[42] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Pennfield, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            E. Julia8 Hanson, born on 27 Apr. 1841 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[43] supposedly the Julia Crocker Hanson who married Daniel8 Gilbert Hanson,[44] son of Jeremiah7 and Elizabeth Ann (Goss) Hanson. (Continued.)

            F. Duncan8 Hanson, born ca. 1844 in NB,[45] supposedly married Mary Lockwood.[46] Children not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, nor in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            G. Elizabeth8 Hanson, born on 2 Jan. 1849 in Bocabec, NB,[47] supposedly married Judson Walker.[48] Children not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            H. Judson8 A. Hanson, born on 12 May 1850 in NB,[49] married Mary Chisholm[?],[50] who was born on 27 Aug. 1857 in NB,[51] and they were living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer, and she was a milliner,[52] and they were living in Truro, Colchester Co., NS, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[53] They had at least 2 children:

            1. Roderick9 McG. Hanson, born on 3 Mar. 1877 in NB,[54] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Truro, NS, in the 1901 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            2. Charlotte G. Hanson, born on 1 Dec. 1888 in NS,[55] marriage not found.

            I. Charles8 Spurgeon Hanson, born on 28 Sept. 1857 in Bocabec, NB,[56] supposedly married 1.) Carrie Walker, and 2.) Mary Agnes Moore. He not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, but he supposedly died on 8 Oct. 1943 in Seattle, WA.[57]

 

 

(VII.34) William7 Clark Hanson, second son of  John6 Hanson (Jr.), John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; 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.[58] She was born on 19 Nov. 1803 in NB,[59] and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[60] She died on 29 Aug. 1858,[61] and he was living in Charlotte Co., in the 1861 Canadian Census, a laborer.[62]

William Clark Hanson and Joanna Turner had children:

            A. Mark8 Hanson, born ca. 1822 in NB, married Hannah Hawkins[63] in ca. 1849.[64] She was born ca. 1830.[65] They were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[66] He apparently died by 1881, and she was living in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB, with the family of her son, Caleb Hanson, in the 1881 Canadian Census. They had children:

            1. Caleb9 Paul Hanson, born on 3 Aug. 1849 in NB,[67] married Harriet Amelia “Minnie” Frizzell[68] in ca. 1878.[69] She was born on 5 May 1850 in NB,[70] and they were living in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother and brothers and sisters were living with them.[71] He was still living in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, next door to his brother-in-law, Samuel Munroe.[72] He died on 7 July 1924 in Charlotte Co., NB.[73] They had children:

            a. Charles10 Hanson, born on 29 July 1878 in Charlotte Co., NB,[74] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Pennfield, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            b. Ethel Mae Hanson, born on 18 May 1880 in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB.[75]

            c. Minnie Pearl Hanson, born on 16 May 1882 in Pennfield, NB.[76]

            d. Oscar V. Hanson, born on 7 Nov. 1883 in Pennfield, NB.[77]

            e. Wilbert Edwin Hanson, born on 23 Aug. 1885 in Pennfield, NB.[78]

            f. Ella Sophia Hanson, born on 2 July 1887 in Pennfield, NB.[79]

            g. William10 Havelock Hanson, born on 4 Aug. 1889 in Pennfield, NB,[80] not listed in his parents’ household in the 1901 Canadian Census, but he supposedly married Laura Isabel Brown on 25 Aug. 1924 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[81]

            h. Jean Frances Hanson, born on 1 Aug. 1892 in Pennfield, NB.[82]

            i. William Hanson, born on 4 Aug. 1899 in Pennfield, NB.[83]

            2. Harriet9 “Hattie” Euphemia Hanson, born on 8 Jan. 1853 in NB,[84] married Samuel John Munroe, son of Andrew and Charlotte (Cross) Munroe,[85] of Pennfield, NB, in ca. 1880.[86] He was born on 2 Feb. 1849 in NB.[87] They were living with his parents in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[88] and next door to her brother, Caleb P. Hanson, and cousin, Jacob Hanson, in Pennfield, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[89] They had children:

            a. Clarence Andrew Munroe, born on 4 Dec. 1880 in Charlotte Co., NB,[90] married Lillian Edith Boyd on 16 Jan. 1912 in Charlotte Co., NB.[91]

            b. Laura Idella Munroe, born on 21 June 1882 in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB,[92] married Trueman Cecil Justason, son of Caleb and Abigail (Holmes) Justason, on 10 Dec. 1931 in Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB.[93] He was born on 10 Sept. 1880 in Pennfield, NB.[94]

            c. Helen Maude Munroe, born on 8 Feb. 1887 in Pennfield, NB,[95] married Orin W. Annas on 19 Aug. 1908 in Charlotte Co., NB.[96]

            3. James9 Hanson, born ca. 1855 in NB,[97] was still unmarried and living with his brother, Caleb Hanson, in Pennfield, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, marriage not found.

            4. Frederick9 Hanson, born ca. 1858 in NB.[98] He was possibly the Frederick L. Hanson, aged 23, who was a married teamster living in a logging camp in Haring, Wexford Co., MI, in the 1880 Federal Census,[99] but his wife was evidently living elsewhere.

            5. Namon9 Hanson, a son, born ca. 1860 in NB,[100] was still unmarried and living with his brother, Caleb Hanson, in Pennfield, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, marriage not found.

            6. Ida Hanson, born ca. 1864 in NB,[101] marriage not found.

            7. Maggie Hanson, born ca. 1867 in NB,[102] marriage not found.

            B. Abigail8 Hanson, born ca. 1823 in NB,[103] supposedly married Jere Craig, probably before 1851.[104] He was presumably the Jeremiah Craig, born ca. 1824 in NB,[105] who was living in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a millwright.[106] She died by 1901, and he was retired and living with the family of his son-in-law, Robert Montgomery, in Woodstock, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census. They had children:

            1. Alice G. Craig, born on 15 July ca. 1853 in NB,[107] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Woodstock, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, probably married Robert Montgomery in ca. 1883. He was born on 11 Mar. 1843 in NB, and they were living in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a labourer.[108] They had children:

            a. Abbie Montgomery, born on 6 Jan. 1884 in NB.[109]

            b. Harry Montgomery, born on 6 May 1886 in NB.[110]

            c. Nillia Montgomery, a daughter, born on 17 Feb. 1887 in NB.[111]

            2. Annie Craig, born on 4 June 1856 in NB,[112] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Woodstock, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, and with her widowed father in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            3. (Probably others)

            C. Caleb Hanson, born ca. 1824 in NB,[113] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            D. Phoebe8 Hanson, born ca. 1833 in NB,[114] supposedly married Fred Cookson.[115] They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            E. Susan Hanson, born ca. 1834 in NB,[116] probably died by 1851.

            F. Isaiah Hanson, born ca. 1841 in NB,[117] marriage not found, not found in the 1861 or 1881 Canadian Censuses.

            G. William8 Clark Hanson (Jr.), born on 5 Mar. 1843 in NB,[118] probably married Mary Elizabeth Clark in ca. 1867,[119] and they lived in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, where he was a farmer. She was born on 1 Apr. ca. 1844 in NB.[120] They were living in Woodstock, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census,[121] and were still living in Woodstock Parish, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[122] They had children:

            1. Levona Hanson, born ca. 1868 in NB,[123] marriage not found.

            2. Henry9 C. Hanson, born on 1 Nov. 1868 in NB,[124] married Mary E. Johnston on 4 July 1900 in Carleton Co., NB.[125] She was born on 11 Apr. 1873 in NB.[126] They were living in Woodstock Parish, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, near his parents, where he was a farmer.[127] She probably died on 21 May 1945 in Carleton Co., NB.[128] They had at least one son:

            a. Herbert10 Charles Hanson, born on 7 Apr. 1903 in Debec, Carleton Co., NB,[129] married Margaret Elizabeth Knowlton on 28 Oct. 1931 in Richmond, Carleton Co., NB.[130]

            3. Charles B. Hanson, born ca. 1873 in NB,[131] marriage not found.

            4. Jeremiah9 Stillman Hanson, born on 13 Jan. 1876 in NB,[132] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, married Jennie McGrath on 25 June 1906 in Carleton Co., NB.[133] He died on 6 Oct. 1949 in Carleton Co., NB.[134]

            5. William “Willie” Arlington Hanson, born on 7 July 1881 in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB,[135] marriage not found.

            6. Mary9 Jane Hanson, born on 12 Apr. 1883 in Mapledale, Carleton Co., NB,[136] married George Chesley Carr on 20 June 1906 in Carleton Co., NB,[137] and they had at least one son:

            a. Donald Hanson Carr, born on 6 Oct. 1907 in Debec, Carleton Co., NB.[138]

            7. Evelyn Beatrice Hanson, born on 20 June 1885 in Debec, Carleton Co., NB,[139] marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.35) Elisha7 Prescott Hanson, third son of  John6 Hanson (Jr.), John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born ca. 1803 in NB,[140] married Margaret Ann Carlo, daughter of Richard Carlo, on 25 July 1833 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[141] She was born ca. 1812 in NB,[142] and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851[143] and 1861 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer,[144] but he was not found in the 1871 Canadian Census in Charlotte Co., NB. He died by 1881, and she was a widow living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[145]

Elisha Prescott Hanson and Margaret Ann Carlo had children, order uncertain:[146]

            A. Alfred Hanson, possibly died young, not listed in his parents’ family in the 1851 Canadian Census.

            B. Dr. Samuel8 Hanson, born ca. 1835 in NB,[147] supposedly married Margaret Dawson[148] in say ca. 1862.[149] She was born ca. 1842 in NB.[150] He was not found in St. Patrick’s Parish in the 1861 Canadian Census, nor in Maine in the 1870 Federal Census, but they were living in Houlton Village, Aroostook Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a physician.[151] They had children:

            1. Emma Hanson, born ca. 1863 in ME.[152]

            2. Stephen Hanson, born ca. 1872 in ME.[153]

            3. Lillie Hanson, born ca. 1877 in ME.[154]

            4. (Possibly others)

            C. Frederick Hanson, born ca. 1837 in NB,[155] not found in St. Patrick’s Parish in the 1861 census, nor in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            D. Arthur8 Hanson, born ca. 1838 in NB.[156] He may have been the Arthur Hanson, a widower and labourer, living in the household of Tyler Atherton in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[157]

            E. Caroline8 “Carrie” Hanson, born ca. 1841 in NB,[158] probably married William E. McAloney/Macalona in ca. 1860.[159] He was born ca. 1839 in NS,[160] and they were living in St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a “truck man,”[161] and next door to her widowed mother in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[162] They had children:

            1. Robert McAloney, born ca. 1861 in NB.[163]

            2. Ernest McAloney, born ca. 1873 in NB.[164]

            3. Minnie Edna McAloney, born on 10 Jan. 1882 in St. Stephen, NB.[165]

            F. Geraldine Hanson, possibly died young, not listed in her parents’ family in the 1851 Canadian Census.

            G. Uriah8 Rupert Hanson, born on 14 Jan. ca. 1850 in NB,[166] married Isabell Jane Johnson or Johnston,[167] in ca. 1886,[168] and they lived in Woodstock, NB. She was born on 5 Nov. 1867 in NB.[169] He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, but they were living in the Town of Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a constable.[170] He died on 2 July 1925 in Carleton Co., NB.[171] They had children:[172]

            1. Ethel9 A. Hanson, born on 24 Feb. 1887 in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB,[173] died on 3 Sept. 1978.

            2. Marguerite9 Velma Hanson, born on 9 Aug. 1890 in Woodstock, NB,[174] died on 9 Aug. 1964.

            3. Frank9 Rupert Hanson, born on 25 Sept. 1892 in Woodstock, NB,[175] died in 1979.

            4. Gene Doris Hanson, a daughter, born on 12 Nov. 1902 in Woodstock, NB.[176]

            H. Edward8 Hanson, born on 29 Jan. ca. 1851 in NB,[177] was living in St. Stephen, NB, with William and Caroline McAloney, possibly married Cassie Hill, daughter of John and Mary Hill. She was was born on 26 Mar. 1853 in NB,[178] and they were living with her parents in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[179] but had no children in 1881. They were living in the town of St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a blacksmith,[180] and they had a daughter:

            1. Emma Hanson, born on 10 Nov. 1882 in St. Stephen, NB.[181]

            I. Minerva8 “Minnie” Hanson, born on 16 Dec. 1855 in NB,[182] was still unmarried and living with her mother in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, possibly the Minnie M. Hanson of St. Stephen who married Justin Kierstead, of Milltown, NB, probably as his second wife, in Apr. 1888.[183] He was born on 22 Feb. 1839 in NB.[184] They were living in St. James Scotch Ridge, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a blacksmith.[185] She had 2 children:

            1. Winfried Kierstead, born on 3 July 1889 in NB.[186]

            2. Granville Kierstead, born on 27 Nov. 1892 in NB.[187]

 

 

(VII.36) Benjamin7 Milliken Hanson, eldest son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born probably in Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1793, married Nancy7 Hanson, his first cousin, daughter of Daniel6 and Mary2 (Haley) Hanson, in ca. 1818. She was born ca. 1799 in NB. They lived in St. Mary's Parish, York Co., NB, where he was a farmer and rancher. They were living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census.[188] In the 1861 Canadian census they were living next door to their son, Edgar Hanson, and in the 1871 Canadian census they were living with their son, Daniel Hanson.[189]

            Nancy (Hanson) Hanson died on 22 Mar. 1873 in Nashwaak, York Co., NB, of “inflammation of the lungs,” aged 76 years,[190] and Benjamin M. Hanson died on 13 Nov. 1873 in Nashwaak, York Co., NB, aged 82 [sic] years.[191]

            Benjamin Milliken and Nancy (Hanson) Hanson had children:[192]

            A.61 Allen8 Hanson, born say ca. 1819 in NB, married Rachel McNeil, daughter of James and Jane (Sullivan) McNeil,[193] of St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, on 24 Mar. 1842 in St. Mary’s Parish, NB, by Rev. J.V.M. Leggett.[194] (Continued.)

            B. Lavinia8 “Liney” Hanson, born say ca. 1820 in NB, married 1.) Henry Bubar on 21 Oct. 1837, and 2.) (___) McCoullogh.[195] She was not found in York Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census.[196] She supposedly had children:

            1. Wellington Bubar, born ca. 1838 in NB,[197] probably married Priscilla Spofford,[198] who was born ca. 1830 in NB,[199] and they were living in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[200] and they had at least 2 children:

            a. Edgar Bubar, born ca. 1868 in NB.[201]

            b. James A. Bubar, born ca. 1870 in NB.[202]

            2. Nancy Bubar, born ca. 1841 in NB.[203]

            3. Henrietta Bubar, born on 8 Mar. 1842 in St. George, NB, died on 23 Aug. 1927.[204]

            C. Archibald Hanson, born say ca. 1821 in NB, marriage not found. He was not found in York Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, or in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            D. William Hanson, born ca. 1823 in NB,[205] marriage not found, not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            E. Amey8 Hanson, born ca. 1824 in NB,[206] married Robert Abernathy, of St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, on 25 Aug. 1842 in St. Mary’s Parish, NB, by Rev. David McMasters.[207] He was born on 22 Oct. 1823 in NB.[208] They were living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a laborer, and Elenor Hanson, future wife of her brother, Edgar Hanson, was living with them as a domestic servant.[209] They were living in St. Marys, York Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[210] and they were still living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1891 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[211] Amey (Hanson) Abernathy died in 1892, and Robert Abernathy was still living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, a farmer.[212] He died in 1918. They had children:

            1. Sarah Abernathy, born ca. 1843 in NB,[213] possibly the Sarah Abernathy who married James Ward in ca. 1863, and was living in Stanley, York Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[214] They had children:

            a. Richard Ward, born ca. 1864 in NB,[215] marriage not found.

            b. Allan Ward, born on 23 Sept. 1867 in Stanley, York Co., NB,[216] probably married Margaret “Maggie” Morrow Dorcas on 5 Apr. 1892 in York Co., NB,[217] and they were also living in Williamsburg, York Co., NB, in 1894 when they had a child born.[218]

            c. Blanche Ward, born ca. 1868 in York Co., NB,[219] marriage not found.

            d. Angeline Ward, born ca. 1870 in York Co., NB,[220] marriage not found.

            e. James Ward (Jr.), born on 7 Aug. 1872 in Cross Creek, York Co., NB,[221] possibly the James Ward who married Ella Clarkson on 13 Mar. 1901 in York Co., NB.[222]

            f. Mary Ward, born ca. 1876 in York Co., NB,[223] probably married William J. Clarkson on 1 May 1893 in York Co., NB.[224]

            g. Laura Ward, born in 1880 in York Co., NB,[225] possibly the Laura Ward who married Frank McDonald on 9 Oct. 1918 in York Co., NB.[226]

            h. Ella May Ward, born on 17 July 1884 in Williamsburg, York Co., NB,[227] probably married Henry W. Wilkin on 22 Mar. 1916 in York Co., NB.[228]

            i. Clara Ward, born on 14 Nov. 1885 in Williamsburg, NB,[229] marriage not found.

            2. Albery/Albert/Allen Abernathy, born ca. 1845 in NB,[230] was listed as married but living with his parents in St. Marys, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, possibly the Albert Abernathy who married Martha J. Fraser,[231] who was born on 12 Mar. 1857 in NB,[232] and they were living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was working in the lumbering industry.[233] He died on 3 Aug. 1922 in York Co., NB,[234] and she died on 16 Jan. 1950 in York Co., NB.[235] They had children:

            a. Ida M. Abernathy, born on 16 Apr. 1881 in NB,[236] married Moses Adolphus Allen on 31 July 1901 in York Co., NB.[237]

            b. Robert A. Abernath, born on 18 Aug. 1882 in NB,[238] was in the lumbering industry with his father in the 1901 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            c. Anne M. Abernathy, born on 21 May 1884 in NB,[239] possibly the Annie Abernethy who married Robert Edgar Snyder on 20 Aug. 1902 in York Co., NB.[240]

            d. Albert H. Abernathy, born on 8 Aug. 1889 in NB,[241] marriage not found.

            e. Violet Gertrude Abernathy, born on 17 May 1893 in Durham Bridge, York Co., NB,[242] marriage not found.

            f. Dora A. Abernathy, born on 23 Feb. 1895 in NB,[243] married Chesley M. Estey on 7 Oct. 1914 in York Co., NB.[244]

            3. Marten/Morton Abernathy, born on 21 Jan. 1847 in NB,[245] was also listed as married but living with his parents in St. Marys, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, but he was listed as single and living with his parents in the 1891 Canadian Census, a “common labourer,”and was still single and living with his father in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, a “general labourer,” marriage not found.

            4. Phebe Abernathy, born ca. 1849 in NB,[246] marriage not found.

            5. Minerva Abernathy, born in 1851 in NB,[247] probably married George Edwin Sansom. She died by 1892, and he remarried to Sarah Jane Boulter on 16 Nov. 1892 in York Co., NB.[248] He died on 13 Nov. 1945 in York Co., NB.[249] She had at least 2 children:

            a. Mary Maud Sansom, born on 16 Jan. 1881 in Green Hill, York Co., NB.[250]

            b. Frederick Todd Sansom, born on 2 Jan. 1886 in Green Hill, NB.[251]

            6. Benjamin Abernathy, born ca. 1855 in NB,[252] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1891 Canadian Census, a “common labourer,” marriage not found.

            7. Frederick Abernathy, born ca. 1857 in NB,[253] was also still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1891 Canadian Census, a “common labourer,” marriage not found.

            8. Levina Abernathy, born ca. 1859 in NB,[254] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1881 Canadian Census. She may have been the daughter of Robert Abernathy who married a McPherson, and had 2 sons before 1901 that were living with Robert Abernathy in the 1901 Canadian Census.[255]

            9. Nancy Abernathy, born ca. 1861 in NB,[256] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1881 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            10. Mary Abernathy, born ca. 1863 in NB,[257] possibly the Mary Abernathy who married David J. Douglas in ca. 1886, and lived in Stanley, York Co., NB.[258]

            11. Herbert Abernathy, born ca. 1865 in NB,[259] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1891 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            12. Edgar Abernathy, a twin, born ca. 1867 in NB,[260] marriage not found.

            13. Georgenia Abernathy, a twin, born ca. 1867 in NB,[261] was still unmarried and living with her father in the 1901 Canadian Census, married Henry Cowperthwaite on 17 Sept. 1902 in York Co., NB,[262] and they had a son:

            a. Ralph Emerson Cowperthwaite, born on 4 Jan. 1905 in Durham Bridge, York Co., NB.[263]

            F. Benjamin8 F. Hanson, born ca. 1826 in NB,[264] married Mary Johnston, of St. Mary’s Parish, on 25 Dec. 1851 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, by Rev. John Magee.[265] She was born ca. 1831 in NB,[266] probably of Irish ancestry, and she may have been Mary (O’Neal) Johnston, daughter of William and Margaret O’Neal/O’Neill.[267] They were also living in St. Mary's Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1861,[268] 1871,[269] and 1881 Canadian Censuses.[270] Benjamin F. Hanson apparently died by 1891, and Mary Hanson was a widow living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1891 Canadian Census, with presumably her daughter Martha, and a Tobias St. Croy, who is unidentified.[271] They presumably had at least one daughter:

            1. Martha Hanson, adopted, born on 11 Sept. 1879 in NB, the daughter of Alice Donahoe,[272] marriage not found.

            G.62 Edgar8 Hanson, born ca. 1828 in NB,[273] married his first cousin, Helenora/Elennora8 Hanson, daughter of Dominicus7 Milliken and Nancy (Rogers) (Fales) Hanson, on 15 Apr. 1852 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB,[274] and they lived in York Co., NB. (Continued.)

            H. Mary8 Hanson, born on 4 June 1830 in NB,[275] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1861 Canadian census, married William Lewis, of St. Mary’s, NB, on 13 Feb. 1865 in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, by Rev. William Jaffrey.[276] He was born in Feb. 1832 in England.[277] They were living in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[278] but they were not found in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1891 Canadian Census. They were living in St. Mary’s Village, York Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a merchant.[279] They had children:

            1. James Vernon Lewis, born on 14 June 1867 in NB,[280] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, a carpenter.

            2. Anne Lewis, born on 23 Dec. 1869 in NB,[281] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, an agent.

            3. William Lewis (Jr.), born ca. 1870 in NB.[282]

            4. Dorcus Lewis, born ca. 1872 in NB.[283]

            I.63 Robert8 F. Hanson,[284] born ca. 1833 in NB,[285] married Susanna/Susan Seymour on 29 Dec. 1854 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, by Rev. William Jaffrey.[286] (Continued.)

            J.64 Horatio8 N. Hanson, born ca. 1835 in NB,[287] married Frances “Fanny” L. McLean, daughter of Archibald and Elizabeth (Fowler) McLean, Jr.,[288] of St. Mary’s Parish,[289] York Co., NB, on 20 Jan. 1862 in St. Mary’s, NB, by Rev. William Jaffrey.[290] (Continued.)

            K.65 Daniel8 Hanson, born ca. 1837 in NB,[291] married Caroline Fraser, daughter of Alexander and Mary Ann (Bubar) Fraser,[292] of St. Mary’s Parish, on 11 Oct. 1862 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, by Rev. Peter Freay.[293] (Continued.)

            L. Dorcas8 Hanson, born on 12 July 1840 in NB,[294] married Malcolm Brown, son of David and Margaret Brown,[295] of St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, on 5 Oct. 1864 in St. Mary’s, NB, by Rev. Peter Freay.[296] He was born on 4 Nov. 1830 in NB.[297] They were still living in St. Marys, York Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was described as a “raftsman,”[298] and in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1891 Canadian Census, where he was a general laborer.[299] They were living in Gibson Village, St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, with no occupation listed.[300] She died on 6 Jan. 1925 in York Co., NB.[301] They had children:

            1. Harry Brown, born on 12 Nov. 1866 in NB,[302] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1891 Canadian Census, a railroad laborer, and in the 1901 Canadian Census, a mill labourer.

            2. Barbara May Brown, born on 12 Feb. 1870 in St. Mary’s, NB,[303] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, married David9 Reid Hanson, her first cousin, son of Robert8 F. and Susanna (Seymour) Hanson, on 3 July 1907 in York Co., NB.[304] (Continued.)

            3. Arthur Brown, born on 4 June 1874 in NB,[305] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, a mill labourer.

            4. Berta “Bertie” Brown, born on 4 Oct. 1876 in NB,[306] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, a teacher.

 

 

(VII.37) Robert7 Vardon Hanson, second son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 19 Feb. 1795,[307] married Priscilla Knight, of St. George, NB, on 19 May 1822 in Charlotte Co.[308] In 1821 Robert Hanson and Henry Seelye, both of St. George, NB, were bondsmen for the widow Deborah Bonney, administratrix for the estate of Perez Bonney, of St. George. That same year Robert Hanson and James Haley, of St. George, were bondsmen for the widow Elizabeth Baldwin, administratrix for the estate of George Baldwin, of Charlotte Co., NB.[309] In 1832 Robert V. Hansen, John McKean, and Robert MacFarlane appraised the estate of Stephen Hamlin, of St. George, Charlotte Co., NB.[310]

            In 1836 Robert V. Hanson settled in Little Lepreau, Charlotte Co., NB, where he built a sawmill in 1837.[311] In the 1851 Canadian Census he was apparently a widower, living in Penfield Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, a trader.[312] Robert Vardon Hanson died in 1879, presumably in Little Lepreau, NB.

            Robert Vardon Hanson and Priscilla Knight had 2 sons:[313]

            A. Oscar8 Hanson, born on 29 Aug. 1827 in NB,[314] married Helen M. Lomax, daughter of William Rothwell and Helen Amelia (Sharpe) Lomax, of Little Lepreau,[315] in ca. 1865.[316] She was born on 3 June ca. 1849 in England.[317] They lived in Little Lepreau, NB, and they were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[318] and in Lepreau, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a trader.[319] They were living in Lepreau Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[320] Four of their daughters were named in the 1912 will of their grandmother, Amelia Lomax.[321] They had children:[322]

            1. Helen May Hanson, born ca. 1866 in NB,[323] marriage not found.

            2. Priscilla Knight Hanson, born ca. 1868 in NB,[324] died unmarried.[325]

            3. Daisy Jane Hanson, born ca. 1870 in NB,[326] marriage not found.

            4. Oscar9 Hanson (Jr.), born on 16 Nov. 1871 in NB,[327] married Mary Cryer Evans on 9 June 1904 in Kings Co., NB,[328] and they had children,[329] order uncertain:

            a. Helen Ruth Hanson, born on 18 Feb. 1905 in Little Lepreau, Charlotte Co., NB.[330]

            b. Margaret Knight Hanson, born on 28 Feb. 1907 in Little Lepreau, Charlotte Co., NB.[331]

            c. Ruth Hanson, marriage not found.

            d. Edgar10 Hanson, supposedly married Elizabeth “Betsey” (___) on 20 Feb. 1909 [sic].

            e. Daisy Hanson, marriage not found.

            f. Cill Hanson, marriage not found.

            g. Minnie Hanson, marriage not found.

            5. Blucher Edgar9 “Eddie” Hanson, born on 30 Aug. 1873 in NB,[332] married Helen Stephens.[333] He was called “single” in the 1901 Canadian Census in his father’s household, but St. John County birth records show a child born to Edgar Hanson and Helen Stephens in the city of Saint John in 1900:

            a. Irline Stephens Hanson, born on 25 Oct. 1900 in Saint John, NB,[334] marriage not found. She was not found in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            6. Charles9 F. Hanson, born on 4 Nov. 1876 in NB,[335] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            7. Julia Hanson, born ca. 1878 in NB,[336] not listed in her parents’ household in the 1901 Canadian Census, probably died by 1912.

            8. Ethel9 A. Hanson, born on 4 June 1882 in NB,[337] married (___) Phillips.

            B. Gideon8 Knight Hanson, born on 12 July 1829 in NB,[338] married Sarah Elizabeth Stickney, from England.[339] She was born on 14 Sept. 1837 in NB.[340] They lived in Little Lepreau, NB, where he discovered anthracite coal on his land, and he was a Collector of Customs in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[341] and a Revenue Officer living in Lepreau, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[342] He was a merchant in Lepreau Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[343] They had children:

            1. Victor/Milton[?] Hanson, born ca. 1861 in NB,[344] not found in the 1901 Canadian Census in Lepreau, NB.

            2. Harvey/Harry[?] Hanson, born ca. 1864 in NB,[345] not found in the 1901 Canadian Census in Lepreau, NB.

            3. Samuel Lockwood9 Hanson, born on 15 Sept. 1870 in NB,[346] married Zeborance A. (___) in ca. 1896.[347] She was born on 13 July 1877 in NB.[348] They were living with his parents in Lepreau, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer, and they had children:

            a. Gideon K. Hanson, born on 10 Mar. 1897 in Lepreau, Charlotte Co., NB.[349]

            b. Clyde L. Hanson, a daugher, born on 20 Oct. 1898 in Lepreau, NB.[350]

            4. Frank Philip9 Sidney Hanson, born on 15 July 1874 in Little Lepreau, NB,[351] married Janet Brown, daughter of Nicholas Brown,[352] in ca. 1902. He was still unmarried and living with his parents in Lepreau, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, a farmer. They moved to California in 1902, where she died in 1932. Then he moved back to Little Lepreau, NB, in 1933,[353] and remarried to Bernice Traveline Estey on 15 Nov. 1940 in Saint John, NB.[354] He had children by Janet Brown, including:

            a. Gordon10 Hanson, married Adelia (___), and lived in Little Lepreau.[355]

            b. Emily10 Hanson, married Norman Lomax, son of Hazen Lomax. He was a commercial fisherman in Little Lepreau, and he died before 1992. She was still living in 1992.[356]

 

 

(VII.38) Dominicus7 Milliken Hanson, third son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, in 1796, moved to North Esk Parish, Northumberland Co., NB, in ca. 1836, where he had a farm as a “full squatter” on Lot #10 of the Indian Point Reserve at Sunny Corner.[357] He was a parish constable in North Esk in 1846, and an overseer of fisheries in 1847.[358] He married 1.) Nancy (Rogers) Fales, daughter of Anthony and Lydia (Ledden) Rogers (Jr.), and widow of Stephen Fales,[359] on 7 Jan. 1835 in the Anglican Church at North Esk, by Rev. Samuel Bacon.[360] Nancy Rogers was born ca. 1800, had previously married Stephen Fales in Feb. 1820, and had 10 children by him.[361] Nancy was a granddaughter of Anthony and Zilpha (Holcomb) Rogers, of Simsbury, CT,[362] and of William Ledden, an early pioneer of Newcastle, NB.[363] She died about 1847, and Dominicus apparently sold his North Esk farm, and moved to Stanley Parish, York Co., NB. He remarried 2.) Charity Ann Estey, daughter of Stephen and Elizabeth (Pond) Estey,[364] on 22 Oct. 1850 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB.[365] She was born on 14 Feb. 1822 in NB,[366] and settled in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, by 1861.

            Dominicus M. Hanson died on 28 June 1874 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, of “dropsy.”[367]

            In the 1851 Canadian Census Dominicus and Charity Hanson were living in Stanley Parish, York Co., NB, where Dominicus was a “lumberer.”[368] In the 1861[369] and 1871 Canadian Censuses they were living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB.[370] In the 1881 Canadian Census the widow Charity Hanson and her son Silas were living with the family of John Downing and his wife Ellen in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB.[371] In the 1891 Canadian Census the widow Charity Hanson was living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, with her unmarried son, Silas Hanson, and a Sarah and Levi Rogers, who are unidentified.[372]

            Dominicus Hanson had 3 children by Nancy Rogers, an adopted daughter, and presumably one more son by Charity Ann Estey:[373]

            A. Elennora/Helenora8 Hanson, born ca. 1836 in North Esk Parish, Northumberland Co., NB, baptized in 1842 in the Catholic Church in North Esk as “Elenora Hanson.”[374] She was apparently enumerated twice in the 1851 Canadian Census, once within the family of her father and step-mother in Stanley Parish, York Co., where she was listed as “Ellen” Hanson, age 14, and again, presumably later in the year, as a household domestic with the family of Robert and Amy (Hanson) Abernethy in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., where she was listed as “Elenor” Hanson, and her age was overstated as 16.[375] She married her first cousin, Edgar8 Hanson, of St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, son of Benjamin7 Milliken and Nancy7 (Hanson) Hanson, on 15 Apr. 1852 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB, by Rev. John Magee,[376] and they lived in York Co., NB. (Continued.)

            B. Priscilla Hanson, born ca. 1839 in North Esk, NB,[377] also baptized in 1842 in the Catholic Church in North Esk,[378] marriage not found.

            C. Dominicus William Hanson, born on 13 Sept. 1842 in North Esk, NB, marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            D. Mary Hanson, (adopted), born ca. 1860 in NB,[379] no further record.

            E. Silas8 Guy Hanson, born on 20 June 1864 in NB,[380] was still unmarried and living in St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, in the 1891 Canadian Census, a farm laborer,[381] married Mary Hannah Hachey/Hickey on 11 July 1899 in Sunbury Co., NB.[382] She was born on 13 Aug. 1869 in NB.[383] They were living in Maugerville, Sunbury Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer, and his widowed mother was living with them.[384] They had children:

            1. Leon R. Hanson, born on 8 Dec. 1899 in Maugerville, Sunbury Co., NB,[385] marriage not found.

            2. Annie Muriel Hanson, born on 29 Jan. 1901 in Maugerville, Sunbury Co., NB,[386] marriage not found.

            3. Margaret9 Lena Hanson, born on 3 June 1902 in Nashwaak, York Co., NB,[387] married Louis Joseph Brideau on 26 June 1924 in Andover, Victoria Co., NB.[388]

            4. Laura9 May Hanson, born on 12 Aug. 1904 in South Devon, York Co., NB,[389] married William Burton Price on 11 Nov. 1933 in Gordon, Victoria Co., NB.[390] He died on 31 Dec. 1950 in Victoria Co., NB.[391]

            5. Stuart9 Robert Hanson, born on 20 Aug. 1906 in Gibson, York Co., NB,[392] married Marguerite Madore on 24 Apr. 1933 in Gordon, Victoria Co., NB.[393]

            6. Raymond Thomas Hanson, born on 19 Dec. 1908 in Nashwaak, York Co., NB,[394] marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.39) John7 William Hanson, possibly fifth son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, on 22 July 1809,[395] married Mary Susan Sanger, of St. Stephen, NB, on 18 Oct. 1827 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[396] She was born ca. 1814 in NB.[397] They were living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[398] but he was not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census. Susan Hanson was probably the widow living in the family of her son, Charles F. Hanson, in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            John William Hanson and Mary Susan Sanger had children:[399]

            A. Louisa Hanson, born ca. 1830 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[400]

            B. William8 H. Hanson, born on 5 July 1832 in St. Stephen, NB,[401] probably married Alice B. Faulkner, who was born on 25 Feb. ca. 1841 in NB,[402] and they were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[403] and in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[404] and they were still living in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[405] They had at least one son:

            1. William9 H. Hanson, born ca. 1871 in NB,[406] possibly the William H. Hanson who married Abbie F. Townsend, and had at least one son:

            a. Darrel10 Stuart Hanson, born on 7 Oct. 1897 in Fairville, St. John Co., NB,[407] marriage not found, died on 22 Oct. 1938 in St. John Co., NB.[408]

            2. (Probably others)

            C. Mary Hanson, born ca. 1834 in St. Stephen, NB.[409]

            D. Martha Andrews Hanson, born on 28 Dec. 1834 in St. Stephen, NB,[410] marriage not found.

            E. Charles8 F. Hanson, born 2 June ca. 1838 in St. Stephen, NB,[411] married 1.) Elvira (___) in ca. 1867. She was born ca. 1843 in the U.S.,[412] and died after 1881. He remarried to 2.) Mary R. (___) in, say ca. 1882.[413] She was born on 2 July 1850 in NB.[414] Charles F. Hanson was living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, very close to the family of his brother, William Hanson, where he was a farmer,[415] and they were still living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, next door to his brother, William H. Hanson, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was also a farmer.[416] They had children:

            1. Ernest9 Belmont Hanson, born on 12 Jan. 1868 in NB,[417] married Ada “Addie” Maria Gillman, on 3 Jan.  1900 in Charlotte Co., NB.[418] She was born on 1 Apr. 1872 in NB,[419] and they were living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was working on the farm. He died on 14 June 1924 in Charlotte Co., NB.[420] They had at least one daughter:

            a. Bertha10 Elvira Hanson, born on 20 Apr. 1903 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB,[421] married Hugh Lynn Monahan on 15 Aug. 1923 in St. David, Charlotte Co., NB.[422]

            2. George9 William Hanson, born ca. 1870 in NB,[423] married Fannie M. Williams on 9 June 1900 in Charlotte Co., NB.[424]

            3. Estella Hanson, born ca. 1874 in NB,[425] marriage not found.

            4. Frederick “Freddie” Hanson, born ca. 1876 in NB,[426] marriage not found.

            5. Wilkie A. Hanson, born on 15 Apr. 1883 in NB,[427] marriage not found.

            6. (Possibly others)

            F. Isabella Hanson, born on 28 Feb. 1840 in St. Stephen, NB,[428] probably died young.

            G. Clarissa Hanson, born ca. 1843 in St. Stephen, NB,[429] marriage not found.

            H. Sarah Hanson, born ca. 1846 in St. Stephen, NB.[430]

 

 

(VII.40) Nehemiah7 Andrews Hanson, probably sixth son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 7 Dec. 1812, married 1.) Sarah Haley, daughter of John and Mary (Kelly) Haley, on 25 July 1837 in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB.[431] She was born in 1811, a granddaughter of Thomas and Sarah (Smith) Haley.[432] She died in 1839 in St. Patrick, NB, leaving no children, and he remarried to 2.) Deborah McNiel, possibly daughter of James and Jane McNiel, of St. Mary’s Parish, York Co., NB, on 8 Sept. 1842 in St. Mary’s, York Co., NB.[433] She died by 1850, and he remarried again to 3.) Mary Craig, of Hanly Parish, York Co., NB, on 2 May 1850 in York County, by Rev. John Magee.[434] She was born ca. 1830 in NB.[435] They were living in York Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was an “Inn Keeper,”[436] and he was probably the Nehemiah Hanson living in St. James, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer.[437]

            Nehemiah Hanson evidently had at least one daughter by Deborah McNiel, and at least 3 more children by Mary Craig:

            A. Sarah Hanson, born ca. 1844 in NB,[438] marriage not found.

            B. Havelock Hanson, born ca. 1863 in NB,[439] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. James, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, but he was not located in the 1901 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            C. Mary Hanson, born ca. 1864 in NB.[440]

            D. Phoeba Hanson, born ca. 1868 in NB,[441] marriage not found.

            E. (Possibly others)

 

 

(VII.41) Israel7 James Hanson, probably seventh son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 31 July 1814,[442] married Eliza J. Bayly[443] in ca. 1840.[444] She was born ca. 1820 in NB.[445] In the 1851 Canadian Census they were living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, where he was the Sheriff,[446] but they were not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            Israel James Hanson and Eliza J. Bayly had children:

            A. John Hanson, born ca. 1841 in NB.[447] He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            B. William Hanson, born ca. 1843 in NB.[448] He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            C. Hennitta?/Henrietta? Hanson, born ca. 1845 in NB,[449] marriage not found.

            D. J. James Hanson, born ca. 1846 in NB.[450] He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.[451]

            E. Eliza Jane Hanson, born ca. 1849 in NB,[452] marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.42) John7 D. Hanson, supposedly youngest son of William6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born on 30 Oct. 1826 in Charlotte Co., NB,[453] married 1.) Susan A. Tourtelotte, daughter of Joseph and Susan (Part) Tourtelotte,[454] in ca. 1848.[455] She was born ca. 1827 in NB.[456] In the 1851 Canadian Census they were living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, near his aged father, where he was a blacksmith.[457] They were still living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census.[458] It appears that John and Susan Hanson were probably divorced before 1880, and he remarried to 2.) Sophia (___), and moved to Minnesota. Susan Hanson was living with her son John W. Hanson in Milltown, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, and John D. Hanson was living with a wife Sophia in Minneapolis, MN, in the 1880 Federal Census, a blacksmith, with sons William and Frank Hanson, and daughter Ida Hanson.[459] She died on 14 Mar. 1884 in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB,[460] and he died on 2 Jan. 1892 in Milltown, NB.[461]

            John D. Hanson and Susan A. Tourtelotte had children:

            A. William8 H. Hanson, born ca. 1849 in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB,[462] was still unmarried and living with his father in Minneapolis, MN, in the 1880 Federal Census, died in 1934 in Florida.[463]

            B. John8 Warren Hanson, born in 1850 in Milltown, NB,[464] married Martha L. Doherty Thompson on 17 Mar. 1875.[465] She was born ca. 1855 in the U.S.,[466] and he died ca. 1899.[467] They were living in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a teamster.[468] They had at least one daughter:

            1. Jessie Hanson, born in 1881 in Milltown, NB,[469] marriage not found.

            C. Esther8 Ann Hanson, born ca. 1853 in Milltown, NB,[470] married James “George” Albert Clarke on 23 Sept. 1873 in St. Stephen, NB.[471] He was born ca. 1851 in NB,[472] and they were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[473] They had children:

            1. Ella Clarke, born ca. 1874 in NB.[474]

            2. John Clarke, born ca. 1876 in NB.[475]

            3. James Franklin Clark, born on 20 Jan. 1879 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[476]

            4. Georgia Alberta Clark, born on 2 Oct. 1883 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[477]

            5. Ida May Clark, born on 21 Jan. 1886 in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB.[478]

            D. Charles8 Frederick Hanson, born on 29 Nov. 1857 in Milltown, NB,[479] married Emma E. Haley on 12 Nov. 1879 in St. Stephen, NB.[480] She was born on 30 June 1857 in NB,[481] and he died on 30 Nov. 1906 in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB.[482] They were living in Milltown, NB, in the 1881,[483] and the 1901 Canadian Censuses, where he was a blacksmith.[484] They had children:

            1. Hattie M. Hanson, born on 3 July 1880 in NB,[485] marriage not found.

            2. Ernest J. Hanson, born on 15 Oct. 1882 in NB,[486] marriage not found.

            3. Percy9 L. Hanson, born on 14 Dec. 1884 in NB,[487] possibly married Mary K. Porter on 7 Aug. 1916 in St. John Co., NB.[488]

            4. Ralph H. Hanson, born on 25 Jan. 1887 in NB,[489] marriage not found.

            5. Reta V. Hanson, born on 25 Aug. 1890 in NB,[490] marriage not found.

            E. Georgina8 Hanson, born ca. 1858 in Milltown, NB,[491] was living with her brother John Hanson in Milltown, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, married Frederick E. Moore on 4 Sept. 1884 in St. Stephen, NB.[492] He was born ca. 1854 in NB, and she died in Weare, NH.[493] Children not found.

            F. Frank8 Hanson, born ca. 1861 in NB,[494] was living with his father in Minneapolis, MN, in the 1880 Federal Census, supposedly died on 24 Oct. 1910 in Columbia, SC.[495]

            G. Ellen Hanson, born ca. 1869 in NB,[496] not listed with either her father in Minneapolis in the 1880 Federal Census, or with her brother John Hanson in Milltown, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            H. Ida8 M. Hanson, born on 13 Nov. 1870 in Milltown, NB,[497] was living with her father in Minneapolis, MN, in the 1880 Federal Census, but was back living with her mother in Milltown, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, married William Melvyn Mitchell, son of Justus and Susan (Allen) Mitchell, on 14 Nov. 1894 in Sidney, Kennebec Co., ME.[498] He was born on 7 July 1871 in St. Stephen, NB, and died on 6 Oct. 1944 in Waterville, Kennebec Co., ME.[499] She died on 25 Dec. 1936 in Nashua, NH.[500]

 

 

(VII.43) Simon7 Hanson, fourth son of Clark6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; baptized in St. Andrews Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, on 10 Mar. 1806, married Lucy Ash, daughter of Nathaniel and Lucy (Johnson) Ash, of Gouldsboro, ME, on 21 Sept. 1836 in Gouldsboro. She was born ca. 1804 in Gouldsboro.[501] He died on 9 June 1882. They were living in Lincoln, Penobscot Co., ME, next door to his brother Clark Hanson, in the 1850,[502] and the 1860 Federal Censuses, where he was a farmer,[503] in the 1870 Federal Census,[504] and in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a “catarrh?”[505]

            Simon Hanson and Lucy Ash supposedly had children:

            A. Edwin/Edward M. Hanson, born ca. 1838 in ME,[506] not found in Maine in the 1880 Federal Census.

            B. Esther Hanson, born in June 1840 in Lincoln, ME.[507]

            C. Aaron8 Hanson, born in Feb. 1842 in Lincoln, ME,[508] possibly the Aron Hanson who was married and living in Brooklyn, NY, in the 1880 Federal Census, a “car conductor.”[509]

            D. Maria/Mirah Hanson, born ca. 1844 in Lincoln, ME.[510]

            E. Charles Hanson, born ca. 1846 in Lincoln, ME.[511]

            F. Elmira8 Hanson, born ca. 1848 in Lincoln, ME,[512] married Amos Lyons in ca. 1865.[513] He was born ca. 1846 in ME,[514] and they were living with her parents in Lincoln, ME, in the 1870 Federal Census, where he was a “common laborer.” She died in 1872,[515] and Amos Lyons was not found in Maine in the 1880 Federal Census. They had children:

            1. William H. Lyons, born ca. 1866 in ME.[516]

            2. Emma/Emily J. Lyons, born ca. 1868 in ME,[517] was living with her grandparents in Lincoln, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census.

            3. (Another son), born in 1870 in ME.[518]

 

 

(VII.44) Clark7 S. Hanson, fifth son of Clark6 Hanson; John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, on 9 Mar. 1808, 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.[519] They settled first in Lincoln, Penobscot Co., ME, where they were living in the 1850[520] and 1860 Federal Censuses,[521] then moved to Swanville, Waldo Co., ME, by 1880, where he was a farmer in the 1880 Federal Census.[522] She died on 4 Jan. 1871 in Swanville, ME, of pneumonia, and Clark S. Hanson died on 19 Nov. 1900 in Swanville, ME. They were buried in Smart Cemetery, Swanville. He was possibly blind by 1900.

            Clark S. Hanson and Nancy Jane Hatch had children:[523]

            A. Jane Hanson, born on 22 May 1840 in Lincoln, Penobscot Co., ME, died in infancy.[524]

            B. William8 Clark Hanson, born on 22 May 1841 in Lincoln, ME, married 1.) Laura Anna Lyon, of Mattawamkeag, ME, on 17 Apr. 1863 in Winn, Penobscot Co., ME, and they lived in Lincoln, ME, then moved to St. Croix Co., Wisconsin.[525] They were living in St. Joseph, St. Croix Co., WI, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a carpenter.[526] She died by 1890, and he remarried to 2.) Victoria Shaver on 17 May 1890. William Clark Hanson died on 14 June 1915 in Houlton, St. Croix Co., WI.[527] He had children by Laura Anna Lyon:

            1. Fred Hanson, born ca. 1864 in ME.[528]

            2. Etta Hanson, born ca. 1867 in ME.[529]

            3. Charles Hanson, born ca. 1869 in ME.[530]

            4. Willie Hanson, born ca. 1871in ME.[531]

            5. Josephine Hanson, born ca. 1873 in ME.[532]

            6. George Hanson, born ca. 1876 in MN.[533]

            7. Lillie Hanson, born ca. 1878 in WI.[534]

            C. Maria8 Jane Hanson, born on 26 Sept. 1843 in Lincoln, ME, married George R. Perry on 28 Mar. 1861, and they were living in Ewington, Jackson Co., MN, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[535] He was born ca. 1838 in NY.[536]

            D. Rosa8 Evelyn Hanson, born on 12 Oct. 1845 in Lincoln, ME, supposedly married Senecca E. Keene on 2 Aug. 1863, but they were later divorced.[537] He was probably born ca. 1845 in ME,[538] and was living with his brother, Jerome Keene, in Boston, MA, in the 1880 Federal Census.[539] She was not found in the 1880 Federal Census, but she supposedly died on 11 July 1900 in Swanville, ME.[540] They supposedly had a son:

            1. Leonard Keene, married an Annie (___).

            E. Hiram Edgar Hanson, born on 5 June 1851 in Lincoln, ME, died on 21 July 1852 in Lincoln.[541]

            F. Rev. Edgar8 Fillmire Hanson, born on 11 Mar. 1853 in Lincoln, ME,[542] married 1.) Flora E. Nickerson on 10 Jan. 1874 in Searsport, Waldo Co., ME.[543] She was born ca. 1856 in ME,[544] and she died by 1885. He remarried to 2.) Georgia E. Lord on 16 Oct. 1885.[545] He was living in Searsport, Waldo Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a “Preacher,”[546] and he was a fruit farmer, retired and living in Ankona, St. Lucie Co., FL, in the 1920 Federal Census.[547] He supposedly died on 4 Apr. 1933.[548] They had children:[549]

            1. (Unnamed daughter), born ca. 1875 in Searsport, ME, died by 1880.

            2. Lillian9 Eugenia Hanson, born on 4 Aug. 1877 in Searsport, ME, married Rudolph Cassens in ca. 1902,[550] and they were living with her parents in Ankona, St. Lucie Co., FL, in the 1920 Federal Census, where he was a photographer.

            3. Elvin Edgar Hanson, born ca. 1880 in Searsport, ME.

            4. (Unnamed son), born ca. 1883 in Searsport, ME.

            5. Herbert Fred Hanson, born on 26 Aug. 1885 in Searsport, ME.

            6. Inez Mabel Hanson, born on 20 Oct. 1887 in Searsport, ME.

 

 

(VII.45) Jacob7 Libby Hanson, eldest son of Stephen6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in NB in ca. 1799,[551] married Mary McNamara, of St. Patrick, NB, on 21 Oct. 1824 in Charlotte Co.[552] She was born ca. 1804 in Ireland,[553] and they were living in St. Stephen’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[554] He died by 1871, and she was living with her son, Parker Hanson, in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 and 1881 Canadian Censuses.

            Jacob Libby Hanson and Mary McNamara had children:[555]

            A. Maria8 Hanson, born ca. 1827 in NB,[556] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1851 Canadian Census, possibly the Maria Hanson who married Samuel Campbell in Charlotte Co., NB.[557] Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            B. George8 Hanson, born ca. 1829 in NB,[558] married Mary (___) in ca. 1860.[559] She was born ca. 1840,[560] and they were living in St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a “lumberman,”[561] and in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[562] but he was not found in St. Stephen in the 1901 Canadian Census. George and Mary Hanson probably had one daughter and 3 sons:[563]

            1. Annie9 Hanson, born ca. 1861 in NB,[564] not listed with the family of George Hanson in the 1871 Canadian Census, but included in the family in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            2. Herbert9 William Hanson,[565] born in 1868 in NB,[566] probably married Laura Alberta McLaughlin of St. James, NB, on 6 June 1894 in Charlotte Co., NB.[567] They were living in Milltown, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he worked in the sawmill.[568] He died on 20 July 1947 in Charlotte Co., NB.[569] They had children:

            a. Raymond Andrew Hanson, born on 9 July 1895 in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB.[570]

            b. Beulah/Burlah Mae Hanson, born on 11 Dec. 1896 in Milltown, NB.[571]

            c. Cecil Lawrence Hanson, a daughter, born on 1 Apr. 1900 in Milltown, NB.[572]

            d. Hazel Maud Hanson, born on 27 July 1902 in Milltown, NB.[573]

            e. Windsor Albert Hanson, born on 27 Oct. 1903 in Milltown, NB.[574]

            f. Roy Walter Hanson, born on 1 Jan. 1905 in Milltown, NB.[575]

            3. Frank9 Hanson, born in 1871 in NB,[576] possibly the Frank A. Hanson who married Cassie Whirty on 4 Oct. 1899 in Charlotte Co., NB.[577] Children not found.

            4. Arthur Hanson, born ca. 1880 in NB,[578] marriage not found.

            C. James Hanson, born ca. 1830 in NB,[579] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            D. Sarah Hanson, born ca. 1832 in NB.[580]

            E. Eliza Hanson, born ca. 1833 in NB.[581]

            F. Jones8 Hanson, born ca. 1835 in NB,[582] married Edith Robinson on 26 Oct. 1853 in Charlotte Co., NB. She was born ca. 1839 in NB.[583] They were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[584] and they were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a labourer.[585] She died before 1901, and he was a widower living in St. Stephen town, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, with only his housekeeper, where he was listed as a butcher.[586] They had children, order uncertain:[587]

            1. Charles Hanson, not listed with his parents’ children in the 1871 Canadian Census, and not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            2. George9 Herbert Hanson, born 18 Dec. ca. 1857 in NB,[588] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a mason, married Jessie Florence Hayman, daughter of Thomas D. and Mary E. Hayman, of St. Stephen, NB,[589] in ca. 1886.[590] She was born on 2 May 1861 in NB.[591] They were living in St. Stephen town, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, near his father, where he was a mason.[592] He died on 15 Feb. 1938 in Charlotte Co., NB.[593] They had children:

            a. Rennie Florence Hanson, born on 4 Apr. 1887 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[594]

            b. Ella May Hanson, born on 7 May 1888 in St. Stephen, NB.[595]

            c. Ralph Hanson, born on 10 Apr. 1889 in St. Stephen, NB.[596]

            d. Hilda A. Hanson, born on 12 Apr. 1898 in St. Stephen, NB.[597]

            3. Parker9 Hanson, born on 18 Dec. ca. 1858 in NB,[598] married Isabelle “Billi” or “Bella” Stack of St. Stephen in 1886 in Charlotte Co., NB.[599] She was born on 2 Jan. 1864 in NB.[600] He died on 26 Nov. 1930 in Charlotte Co., NB.[601] They were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a teamster.[602] They had children:

            a. Edith Rebecca Hanson, born on 23 Apr. 1887 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[603]

            b. Elmer Irving Hanson, born on 1 June 1891 in St. Stephen, NB.[604]

            c. Alice Kierstead Hanson, born on 10 Feb. 1902 in St. Stephen, NB.[605]

            4. Robert Hanson, not listed with his parents’ children in the 1871 Canadian Census.

            5. Alice Hanson, not listed with her parents’ children in the 1871 Canadian Census.

            6. Emerson9 Bradford Hanson, born on 17 July ca. 1865 in NB,[606] married Margaret Etta Robinson on 25 Sept. 1895 in Charlotte Co., NB.[607] She was born on 2 June 1871 in NB.[608] They were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a mason.[609] They had children:

            a. Walter Hanson, born on 1 Oct. 1896 in St. Stephen, NB.[610]

            b. Florence Eulla Hanson, born on 15 June 1899 in St. Stephen, NB.[611]

            c. Gladys Christine Hanson, born on 10 Jan. 1903 in St. Stephen, NB.[612]

            d. (Another child, a son), born on 23 Mar. 1906 in St. Stephen, NB.[613]

            7. Nelson9 A. Hanson, born ca. 1867 in NB,[614] possibly the Nelson Hanson who married Martha Priest on 25 Nov. 1893 in Charlotte Co., NB.[615] Children not found.

            8. James Hanson, born in Nov. 1870 in NB,[616] probably died young, not listed in his parents’ household in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            G. Parker8 Hanson, born on 24 Feb. 1838 in NB,[617] married Sarah Kilpatrick in 1867.[618] She was born ca. 1845 in Ireland,[619] and died in 1901,[620] before the census. In the 1871 Canadian Census they were living in Charlotte Co., NB, where he was a farmer, and his mother was living with them,[621] and they were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where his mother was still living with them.[622] He was living in St. Stephen Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[623] He died in 1922.[624] They had 2 sons:[625]

            1. Harry9 E. Hanson, born on 12 Nov. 1870 in NB,[626] died in 1929.[627]

            2. Edward Hanson, born on 7 Mar. 1894 in Charlotte Co., NB.[628]

 

 

(VII.46) James7 Hanson, eldest son of Daniel6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB, in 1802,[629] 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.[630] She was born ca. 1807 in NB,[631] a granddaughter of Thomas and Sarah (Smith) Haley.[632] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[633] 1861,[634] 1871,[635] and 1881 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer and carpenter.[636]

            James Hanson and Eleanor Haley had children:[637]

            A. Margaret8 Hanson, born ca. 1827 in NB,[638] possibly the Margaret Hanson who married George H. Carey in Charlotte Co., NB.[639] He was born ca. 1824 in Ireland.[640] They were living on Grand Manan Island, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[641] They had children:

            1. Alice Carey, born ca. 1864 in NB.[642]

            2. Beverly Carey, a son, born ca. 1865 in NB,[643] married Myrtle Gertrude Guptill, daughter of Horace and Henrietta (Wormell) Guptill, on 11 Feb. 1899 in Charlotte Co., NB.[644] She was born on 23 Sept. 1875 in Woodwards Cove, Charlotte Co., NB,[645] and they had children:

            a. Faustina R. Carey, born on 27 May 1900 in Woodwards Cove, Charlotte Co., NB.[646]

            b. Samuel Thompson Carey, born on 15 Dec. 1904 in Woodwards Cove, NB.[647]

            3. (Probably others)

            B. Catherine8 “Kate” Hanson, born ca. 1829 in NB,[648] was still unmarried and living at home in the 1861 Canadian Census, and in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            C. Henrietta8 Hanson, born ca. 1832 in NB,[649] probably married John Brionass in 1861 in Charlotte Co., NB.[650] Children not found. They were not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            D. Sarah Hanson, born ca. 1835 in NB.[651]

            E. Jane8 Hanson, born ca. 1839 in NB,[652] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1861 Canadian Census. Marriage not found.

            F. Eleanor8 Hanson, born ca. 1841 in NB,[653] was still unmarried and living with her parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census. Marriage not found.

            G. Amy/Ann Hanson, born ca. 1843 in NB.[654]

            H. Priscilla8 Hanson, born ca. 1845 in NB,[655] possibly the Priscilla Hanson who married Benjamin L. Cunningham in Charlotte Co., NB,[656] in ca. 1876.[657] He was born ca. 1829 in Ireland.[658] They were living in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer and fisherman.[659] They had children:

            1. Lewis Cunningham, born ca. 1877 in NB,[660] marriage not found.

            2. William Cunningham, born ca. 1879 in NB.[661]

            I. Wellington Hanson, born ca. 1847 in NB,[662] probably died young.

            J. Wellington8 Hanson, born on 10 Dec. 1854 in NB,[663] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, married Carrie A. Armstrong on 12 Dec. 1900 in Charlotte Co., NB.[664] She was born in 1864 in NB.[665] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[666]

 

 

(VII.47) Daniel7 Hanson (Jr.), second son of Daniel6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB, in 1805,[667] married 1.) Eliza Libby in 1830 in St. Stephen’s Parish, NB, and 2.) Rebecca Fielding before 1837.[668] She was born ca. 1813 in NB.[669] He died on 3 Mar. 1838,[670] presumably in NB. She evidently remarried to Samuel Craig, of St. Andrew’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1844. Daniel Hanson, evidently the son of Daniel and Rebecca Hanson, was found living in St. Andrew’s Parish in the 1851 Canadian Census, with the family of Samuel and Rebecca Craig, where he was identified as a stepson of Samuel Craig.[671] Rebecca Craig was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            Daniel Hanson had children:[672]

            A. Eliza Hanson, born ca. 1836 in NB,[673] was living with her grandparents, Daniel and Mary Hanson, in the 1851 Canadian Census.

            B. Annie Hanson, possibly died in infancy?[674]

            C. Daniel Hanson (3rd), born ca. 1838 in NB,[675] not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.48) Jeremiah7 Hanson, third son of Daniel6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 1 Feb. 1809,[676] 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.[677] She was born ca. 1817 in NB.[678] He died on 10 Oct. 1893 in Bocabec, NB.[679] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[680] 1861,[681] 1871,[682] and 1881 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer.[683]

            Jeremiah Hanson and Elizabeth Ann Goss had children:[684]

            A. Philo8 Hanson, born ca. 1835 in NB,[685] married Sophie Sparks, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Sparks, in ca. 1866.[686] She was born ca. 1838 in NB,[687] and they were living in Beverly, Essex Co., MA, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was working in a shoe shop.[688] They had children:

                1. Bethia Hanson, born ca. 1867 in NB.[689]

            2. Elida Hanson, born ca. 1872 in MA.[690]

            3. Minnie Hanson, born ca. 1874 in MA.[691]

            4. Marion Hanson, born in 1879 in MA.[692]

            B. Daniel8 Gilbert Hanson, born ca. 1836 in NB,[693] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1861 Canadian Census, not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census. He married Julia8 Crocker Hanson,[694] supposedly daughter of John7 Andrew and Rachel (Young) Hanson, and they were living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a Master Mariner.[695] She was born on 27 Apr. 1841 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB.[696] They had children:

            1. Percy9 Gilbert Hanson, born on 20 Nov. 1868 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[697] married 1.) Eugenie Agnes Peacock on 22 June 1892 in Charlotte Co., NB,[698] and 2.) Annie Lila Lamb, daughter of Andrew and Jane (Augherton) Lamb, of St. Andrews, NB, in ca. 1900. She was born on 1 Aug. 1866 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB.[699] He was a merchant tailor in St. Andrews, NB, and they were living in St. Andrews town, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[700] He had children by Annie L. Lamb:

            a. Percy Dunham Hanson, born on 18 Sept. 1901 in St. Andrews, NB,[701] marriage not found.

            b. Dorothy Hope Hanson, born on 21 Oct. 1903 in St. Andrews, NB.[702]

            c. Florence Marjory Hanson, born on 25 Jan. 1906 in St. Andrews, NB.[703]

            2. Philo9 Allston Hanson, born on 10 June 1876 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB,[704] married Edith Frances Baldwin, daughter of Andrew Shephard and Elizabeth (Moran) Baldwin, on 16 Jan. 1907 in Charlotte Co., NB.[705] She was born on 3 June 1877 in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB.[706] He was a lodger living in the house of Mary P. Russell in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a tailor.[707]

            3. Daniel9 Gerald Hanson, born on 25 Dec. 1880 in Bocabec, NB,[708] married Cecil Graham Hewitt, daughter of John A. and Emma Maude (Graham) Hewitt, on 25 Sept. 1913 in Charlotte Co., NB.[709] She was born on 25 Sept. 1882 in Rollingdam, Charlotte Co., NB.[710]

            C. Richard8 Burpee Hanson, born on 7 Feb. 1838 in NB,[711] married Hannah Marie Mann[712] in ca. 1867.[713] She was born ca. 1844 in Scotland.[714] They were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[715] and in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a lumberman,[716] and in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a “millman.”[717] They had children:[718]

            1. Rupert9 Douglas Hanson, born ca. 1868 in NB,[719] married Gussie E. Price on 28 Sept. 1892 in Westmorland Co., NB.[720] He died on 30 Oct. 1936 in York Co., NB.[721] Children not found.

            2. Clarence9 Hanson, born ca. 1870 in NB,[722] possibly the Clarence A. Hanson who married Inez Clayton Smith on 22 June 1904 in Carleton Co., NB.[723]

            3. Benjamin9 Menzies Hanson, born on 31 Oct. 1875 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[724] marriage not found. He died on 9 Feb. 1949 in York Co., NB.[725]

            4. Richard9 Burpee Hanson (Jr.), born on 20 Mar. 1879 in Bocabec, NB,[726] married Jean Balfour Neill, daughter of James Stewart and Mary Todd (Hill) Neill, on 15 Aug. 1906 in York Co., NB.[727] She was born on 18 Mar. 1880 in Fredericton, NB.[728] He probably died on 14 July 1948 in York Co., NB.[729]

            D. Jeremiah8 Munn Hanson, born ca. 1840 in NB,[730] married Mary Levett[731] by 1871, but his wife was in the United States when the 1871 Canadian Census was taken.[732] She was born ca. 1842 in NB.[733] He was a shoe manufacturer living in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census.[734] They had children:

            1. Reginald Hanson, born ca. 1870 in NB,[735] marriage not found.

            2. Marshall9 Hanson, born ca. 1873 in NB,[736] probably the Marshall S. Hanson who married Mary A. Pye on 3 Feb. 1896 in Charlotte Co., NB.[737]

            3. Douglas Hanson, born ca. 1875 in NB,[738] marriage not found.

            4. Clayton Hanson, born ca. 1877 in NB,[739] marriage not found.

            E. Nancy Hester Hanson, born ca. 1843 in NB.[740]

            F. Mary8 Elizabeth Hanson, born ca. 1846 in NB,[741] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1871 Canadian Census, a school mistress, and in the 1881 Canadian Census, a school teacher.

            G. Rachel8 Hanson, born ca. 1848 in NB,[742] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            H. John8 Wesley Hanson, born in 1850 in NB,[743] supposedly married Addie (___). Children not found. He supposedly died in 1881; he was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, and neither was his widow Addie Hanson. She was possibly the Addie Hanson who died testate in 1888 in Charlotte Co., NB, or the testatrix could have been her sister-in-law.[744]

            I. Adeline8 “Addie” Hanson, born ca. 1852 in NB,[745] probably the “Adare” Hanson, a school teacher, in her parents’ 1871 Canadian Census, and was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1881 Canadian Census, a school teacher. She was possibly the Addie Hanson who died testate in 1888 in Charlotte Co., NB.[746]

            J. Annie8 Priscilla Hanson, born ca. 1855 in NB,[747] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1881 Canadian Census, a school teacher.

            K. Ida8 J. Hanson, born ca. 1858 in NB,[748] was still unmarried and living with her parents in the 1881 Canadian Census, possibly the Ida Hanson of Bocabec who married Allan J. Turner of Saint John in 1883 in Charlotte Co., NB.[749]

            L. Lillian/Libby8 Hanson, possily a twin, born in 1860 in NB.[750] She was also a school teacher in the 1881 Canadian Census living with her parents, marriage not found.

            M. Dorcas Hanson, possibly a twin, born in 1860 in NB,[751] marriage not found.

            N. Blanche Eliza Hanson, born ca 1864 in NB,[752] marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.49) Clark7 Hanson, fourth son of Daniel6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, in 1810,[753] 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.[754] She was born on 15 Mar. 1817 in NB, a granddaughter of William6 and Dorcas (Milliken) Hanson, and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[755] In the 1871[756] and 1881 Canadian Censuses he was living in South Pickering, Ontario, where he was a farmer.[757] He made a deposition regarding the descendants of his grandfather, Thomas Haley, in 1884, at which time he was living presumably in Markham, York Co., Ontario. He died in 1892, presumably in Ontario, and she died in Feb. 1901.

            Clark Hanson and Nancy Haley had children:[758]

            A. Mary Elizabeth Hanson, born on 17 Oct. 1840, died on 10 Feb. 1842 in NB.

            B. Alonzo Hanson, born on 16 Oct. 1841, died on 11 Feb. 1842 in NB.

            C. James8 Hanson, born on 9 Nov. 1842 in NB, never married, was still living with his parents in South Pickering, Ontario, in the 1871 and 1881 Canadian Censuses. He died on 19 Jan. 1919.[759]

            D. Livinia Hanson, born on 25 Dec. 1843, died on 15 May 1844 in NB.

            E. Samuel Hanson, born on 4 June 1845, died on 28 July 1845 in NB.

            F. Silena Augusta Hanson, born on 26 Sept. 1846 in NB, never married.

            G. Sarah8 Ann Hanson, born on 6 Oct. 1847 in NB, never married, died on 20 Oct. 1935.

            H. Hill Gilmore Hanson, born on 9 Mar. 1848 in NB, apparently died young.

            I. Edward Hanson, born in 1850 in NB, not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            J. Henry8 Elmer Hanson, born on 2 Jan. 1851, was still unmarried and living with his parents in Pickering, ON, in the 1881 Canadian Census, married Henrietta Cora Harmon. She was born in 1866, and died on 19 Sept. 1928. He died on 6 Nov. 1932. They had children:[760]

            1. Theodora9 Catherine Hanson, born say ca. 1885, married (___) Brown.

            2. William9 Clark Hanson, born in 1887, married Nora Martin.

            3. Minnie9 Elizabeth Hanson, born on 10 July 1889, never married, died in 1964.

            4. Amy9 Sarah Hanson, born in 1892, married Thomas Cooke. She died on 3 Sept. 1941.

            5. Jessie9 Hanson, a daughter, born in 1894, married William Townsend. She died in 1987.

            6. Charles9 Jeffrey Hanson, born in 1897, married Evely Ward. He died in 1953.

            7. Eva9 Emma Augusta Hanson, born on 15 Sept. 1899, married John Gordon Bruce Cockburn in ca. 1922. She died on 26 Sept. 1991.

            8. Harry9 David Hanson, born in 1902, married Gertrude Robb. He died in 1982.

            K. Adeline Hanson, born on 17 Dec. 1852, died in July 1853.

            L. Alfred Clark Hanson, born on 27 Dec. 1854, died on 25 Nov. 1855.

            M. Daniel9 Hanson, born on 6 Jan. 1856, probably the “Donald” Hanson listed in his parents’ family in the 1881 Canadian Census, supposedly never married, and died on 24 Mar. 1937.[761]

            N. Joshua Hanson, born on 17 Jan. 1857, not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            O. Thomas Alexander Hanson, born on 2 Sept. 1859, died on 25 Sept. 1859.

            P. Mary Elizabeth Hanson, born on 14 May 1863, supposedly never married.

 

 

(VII.50) Eli7 Hanson, fifth son of Daniel6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1817,[762] married Sarah Ann Hill, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Gilman) Hill, on 22 Apr. 1848 at Whittier Ridge, NB.[763] She was born on 15 Oct. 1822 in NB.[764] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[765] 1861,[766] and 1871,[767] and 1881 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer.[768] He died on 10 Sept. 1885, and was buried in Bocabec, NB. She died on 18 July 1899 in Fortuna, CA. [769]

            Eli Hanson and Sarah Ann Hill lived in Bocabec, NB, and had children:[770]

            A. Allen8 Hanson, born ca. 1848 in NB,[771] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, marriage not found.

            B. Emeline8 Hanson, born ca. 1850 in NB,[772] was a school mistress living at home with her parents in the 1871 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            C. Rebecca Manning Hanson, born ca. 1852 in NB.[773]

            D. Daniel8 Webster Hanson, born ca. 1855 in NB,[774] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, marriage not found.

            E. Melvin8 Hanson, born ca. 1857 in NB,[775] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a farmer, marriage not found.

            F. Josephine8 Hanson, born ca. 1860 in NB,[776] was a school mistress living at home with her parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, married Frank Sabine Pendleton, and they had children:

            1. Gertrude Hanson Pendleton, born on 15 Aug. 1887 in West Isles, Charlotte Co., NB.[777]

            2. Elida B. Pendleton, born on 30 June 1893 in Lords Cove, Charlotte Co., NB.[778]

            3. Howard Frank Pendleton, born on 15 May 1899 on Pendleton Island, Charlotte Co., NB.[779]

            4. George Arthur Pendleton, born on 18 May 1907 in Lambertville, Charlotte Co., NB.[780]

            G. Clara Verina[?] Hanson, born ca. 1864 in NB.[781]

 

 

(VII.51) Joshua7 Hanson, sixth son of Daniel6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 31 Oct. 1820,[782] 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.[783] She was born ca. 1842 in NB.[784] He was not found in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1861 Canadian Census, but they were in Charlotte Co. in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[785] They were still living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census,[786] and in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[787] He supposedly died in 1907 or 1920 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB.

            Joshua Hanson had at least 1 son by Nancy Thompson, and 10 more children by Elizabeth Brewer:[788]

            A. Spurgeon D. Hanson, born ca. 1855 in NB,[789] marriage not found, not found in the 1881 Canadian Census, and probably died young, since they also named their youngest son “Spurgeon.”

            B. Maud8 Amelia Hanson, born ca. 1864 in NB,[790] married Thomas Edwin Pendlebury on 31 July 1892 in Charlotte Co., NB.[791] She died on 16 June 1943 in Charlotte Co., NB,[792] and he died on 2 Jan. 1946 in Charlotte Co., NB.[793] They had at least one daughter:

            1. Muriel Maud Pendlebury, born on 16 June 1893 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB,[794] married Stanley Alexander Deakin on 18 July 1914 in Charlotte Co., NB.[795]

            2. Edna Margarette Pendlebury, born on 28 Mar. 1898 in St. Andrews, NB.[796]

            3. Alma Pendlebury, born on 20 Feb. 1900 in St. Andrews, NB.[797]

            4. Dorothy Phyllis Pendlebury, born on 24 Sept. 1905 in St. Andrews, NB.[798]

            C. Charles Harry Hanson, born ca. 1866 in NB,[799] marriage not found.

            D. William Hanson, born ca. 1868 in NB.[800]

            E. Beatrice Hanson, born ca. 1869 in NB,[801] marriage not found.

            F. Mary Hanson, born in Nov. 1870 in NB.[802]

            G. Hettie Hanson, born ca. 1873 in NB,[803] marriage not found.

            H. Harry8 Hanson, born on 18 May 1874 in NB,[804] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.

            I. John8 Hill Hanson, born on 19 June 1877 in Bocabec, NB,[805] married Elizabeth A. Maguire on 4 Sept. 1901 in Charlotte Co., NB.[806] He died on 27 Dec. 1941 in Charlotte Co., NB.[807] They had at least 2 children:

            1. Granville9 Millidge Hanson, born on 5 Mar. 1903 in Elmsville, St. Patrick Parish, Charlotte Co., NB,[808] married Margaret Elvira Groom on 1 July 1930 in Milltown, Charlotte Co., NB.[809]

            2. Annie Ethel Barker Hanson, born on 13 Nov. 1904 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB,[810] marriage not found.

            J. Caroline8 “Carrie” Mabel Hanson, born on 17 Sept. 1878 in NB,[811] married Matthew Elliot McCullough on 17 Feb. 1899 in Charlotte Co., NB.[812] He was born on 27 Jan. 1873 in NB,[813] and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[814] He died on 14 June 1951 in Charlotte Co., NB.[815] They had children:

            1. Roy McCullough, born on 11 July 1899 in Bocabec, NB.[816]

            2. Milton Hanson McCullough, born on 25 June 1900 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[817] married Evelyn Margaret R. Prebble on 18 Sept. 1937 in Moncton, Westmorland Co., NB.[818]

            3. Cecil Rhodes McCullough, born on 1 July 1902 in Bocabec, NB.[819]

            4. Adelbert Matthew McCullough, born on 24 Sept. 1905 in Elmsville, Charlotte Co., NB,[820] married Bernice Eva Johnston on 13 Sept. 1924 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[821]

            5. Hilda Louise McCullough, born on 25 June 1907 in Bocabec, NB.[822]

            6. Harriet Elizabeth McCullough, born on 12 Oct. 1908 in Bocabec, NB,[823] married Bernard Melvin Johnston on 19 Sept. 1928 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB.[824]

            K. Laura “Lorrie” Hanson, born ca. 1878 in NB,[825] marriage not found, probably died young, before the 1901 Canadian Census.

            L. Spurgeon Hanson, born on 17 Dec. 1882 in NB,[826] marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.52) Sylvester7 Hanson, eldest son of Eliphalette6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 17 Nov. 1807,[827] married Maria Turner, of St. Patrick, NB, on 27 Dec. 1832 in Charlotte Co.[828] She was born ca. 1814 in NB.[829] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a “mill-man,”[830] but were not found in St. Patrick’s Parish the 1861 or 1871 Canadian Censuses.

            Sylvester Hanson and Maria Turner had children:

            A. “Lifelet” Hanson, born ca. 1834 in NB,[831] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, or in the 1880 Federal Census in the United States.

            B. Mary Hanson, born ca. 1836 in NB.[832]

 

 

(VII.53) Josiah7 Hanson, second son of Eliphalette6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1810,[833] married Mary Jane French, of St. Patrick, NB, on 21 Sept. 1833 in Charlotte Co.[834] She was born ca. 1817 in NB.[835] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[836] but were not found in St. Patrick’s Parish in the 1861 Canadian Census. He supposedly died in 1863 in Calais, ME.[837]

            Josiah Hanson and Mary Jane French had children:

            A. William8 Henry Hanson, born ca. 1836 in NB,[838] married Annie McKinney[839] in ca. 1859.[840] She was born ca. 1835 in Ireland,[841] and they were living in Lancaster, Saint John Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a millwright and foreman.[842] They had children:

            1. Albert9 Otto Hanson, born on 7 Mar. 1860 in Kingsville, St. John Co., NB,[843] was still living with his parents in Lancaster, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a surveyor, married Emma Jean Armstrong, daughter of Francis and Mary Ann (Gault) Armstrong, on 18 July 1894 in St. John Co., NB.[844] She was born on 9 Sept. 1862 in Green Head, St. John Co., NB.[845] They had at least 2 children:

            a. Marian10 Armstrong Hanson, born on 15 May 1895 in Lancaster, St. John Co., NB,[846] married Harry Trafford Donovan on 9 Sept. 1926 in Lancaster, St. John Co., NB.[847]

            b. Ronald Hanson, born on 14 July 1900 in St. John Co., NB,[848] marriage not found.

            2. William K. Hanson, born ca. 1863 in NB,[849] marriage not found.

            3. Edgar9 P. Hanson, born ca. 1865 in NB,[850] married Sarah Henry.[851] He died on 27 May 1893 in Charlotte Co., NB.[852] They had at least one daughter:

            a. Kathleen Hanson, born on 9 June 1891 in Dumbarton, Charlotte Co., NB.[853]

            4. Oscar9 D. Hanson, born ca. 1867 in NB,[854] married Bessie Long on 4 Oct. 1892 in St. John Co., NB,[855] and they settled in Fairville, St. John Co., NB. They had children:

            a. Harold10 Arthur Hanson, born on 13 Aug. 1893 in Fairville, St. John Co., NB,[856] married Fern Evelyn Nixon or Steadman on 9 Dec. 1940 in Saint John, NB.[857]

            b. Agnes Grey Hanson, born on 13 July 1895 in Fairville, NB,[858] marriage not found.

            c. Clarence Herbert Hanson, born on 15 Aug. 1896 in Fairville, NB,[859] marriage not found.

            5. Lottie9 A. Hanson, born ca. 1871 in NB,[860] probably married William Albert Nelson on 27 Dec. 1899 in St. John Co., NB.[861] She died on 18 May 1927 in St. John Co., NB.[862] Children not found.

            6. Harvey9 B. Hanson, born ca. 1875 in NB,[863] marriage not found. He was possibly the Harvey Hanson who died on 8 Oct. 1942 in St. John Co., NB.[864]

            B. Hiram L. Hanson, born ca. 1837 in NB,[865] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, or in the 1880 Federal Census.

            C. Elizabeth I. Hanson, born ca. 1839 in NB.[866]

            D. Harriet Hanson, born ca. 1841 in NB,[867] marriage not found.

            E. Alexander Hanson, born ca. 1842 in NB,[868] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, or in the 1880 Federal Census.

            F. Isabella Hanson, born ca. 1844 in NB,[869] marriage not found.

            G. Phoebe A. Hanson, born ca. 1846 in NB,[870] marriage not found.

            H. Josiah Hanson (Jr.), born ca. 1849 in NB,[871] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, or in the 1880 Federal Census.

 

 

(VII.54) Moses7 Hanson, third son of Eliphalette6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, in ca. 1813,[872] married Hannah Turner, daughter of James and Eunice7 (Hanson) Turner, on 26 Sept. 1839.[873] She was born on 26 Oct. 1819 in NB.[874] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[875] 1861,[876] and 1871 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer,[877] but they were not found in New Brunswick in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            Moses Hanson and Hannah Turner had children:

            A. Isaiah Hanson, born ca. 1841 in NB,[878] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick or in the 1880 Federal Census.

            B. Darias8 Hanson, born ca. 1842 in NB,[879] was unmarried and living with his parents in the 1871 Canadian Census, and he was still unmarried and living with the family of his brother, John Hanson, in Woodstock, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, a milkman, and a widower living with the family of his niece, Jessie (Hanson) McKinley in Woodstock, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census. Marriage not found.

            C. Melissa8 Hanson, born on 31 Mar. 1845 in NB,[880] probably never married. She was still unmarried and living at home in 1871, but was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census, and she was a domestic living in the home of Rebecca Smiley in St. Stephen, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[881]

            D. Octavia Hanson, born ca. 1848 in NB,[882] marriage not found, not found in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            E. Sarah Anna Hanson, born ca. 1851 in NB,[883] was still unmarried and living at home in 1871, not found in the 1881 Canadian census, marriage not found.

            F. John8 Sylvester Hanson, born ca. 1854 in NB,[884] married Margaret “Maggie” Catherine Lowery,[885] who was born ca. 1858 in NB, and they were living in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a milkman.[886] They had at least 2 daughters:

            1. Hannah M. Hanson, born ca. 1877 in NB,[887] marriage not found.

            2. Jessie9 May Hanson, born on 23 Nov. 1878 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[888] married William Henry “Harry” McKinley in ca. 1899.[889] He was born on 24 June 1876 in NB.[890] They lived in Woodstock, NB, where he was a blacksmith,[891] and they were living in Woodstock, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census.[892] They had children:

            a. Alberta Gertrude McKinley, born on 16 Oct. 1900 in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB,[893] married John Mason Bell on 28 Sept. 1931 in Woodstock, NB.[894]

            b. Gordon Dover McKinley, born on 15 Feb. 1902 in Woodstock, NB.[895]

            c. Verna Louise McKinley, born on 12 Apr. 1904 in Woodstock, NB,[896] married Wilbur Vincent Nevers, son of Henry and Elizabeth Mildred (Kelly) Nevers, on 14 July 1929 in Woodstock, NB.[897] He was born on 10 June 1907 in Woodstock, NB.[898]

            d. Helen Maude McKinley, born on 30 June 1905 in Woodstock, NB,[899] married Gordon William Montgomery, son of Charles Augustus and Agnes Josephine (Sproule) Montgomery, on 13 Dec. 1928 in Woodstock, NB.[900] He was born on 5 Dec. 1905 in Grafton, Carleton Co., NB.[901]

 

 

(VII.55) Hiram7 Hanson, fourth son of Eliphalette6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, on 1 Dec. 1815,[902] married Mary Ann Young, daughter of Isaac and Sarah6 (Hanson) Young,[903] on 31 Jan. 1839 in Penfield, Charlotte Co., NB.[904] She was born on 6 Mar. 1820 in NB.[905] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[906] 1861,[907] and 1871 Canadian Censuses, where he was a farmer and lumberman.[908] They were still living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[909] He died on 21 Aug. 1890 in Bocabec, NB, and was buried in Bocabec Baptist Cemetery.[910] She was living with her son, Charles Hanson, in St. Patrick’s Parish, NB, the 1901 Canadian Census, and she died on 16 Nov. 1902.[911]

            Hiram Hanson and Mary Ann Young had children:[912]

            A. Richard Hanson, born on 1 Nov. 1839 in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, died on 12 Nov. 1839, buried in Bocabec Baptist Cemetery.

            B. Mary8 Priscilla Hanson, born on 28 Nov. 1840 in St. Patrick, NB, married Capt. Leander Beverly Mitchell on 8 Mar. 1859.[913] He was born ca. 1840 in NB.[914] They were living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a mariner.[915] He died before 1901. She was a widow living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census,[916] and she died on 23 July 1928.[917] They had children:

            1. Orville Mitchell, born ca. 1860 in NB,[918] was a mariner in the 1881 Canadian Census, married Matilda E. Harris, and they had a daughter:

            a. Mabel Laura Mitchell, born on 7 May 1889 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB.[919]

            2. Ida Adelia Mitchell, born ca. 1862 in NB,[920] married William Robert Simpson on 6 Jan. 1892 in Charlotte Co., NB,[921] and had children:

            a. Kathern Mitchell Simpson, born on 22 July 1893 in St. David, Charlotte Co., NB.[922]

            b. Leander Joseph Millidge Simpson, born on 23 May 1895 in Oak Bay, Charlotte Co., NB,[923] married Bertha Muriel McCoomb on 30 Mar. 1921 in St. David, Charlotte Co., NB.[924]

            c. Mary Beatrice Simpson, born on 2 July 1899 in Oak Bay, Charlotte Co., NB.[925]

            3. Herbert Mitchell, born ca. 1864 in NB,[926] married Mary Anne Morey in ca. 1888.[927] He died on 30 Mar. 1941 in Charlotte Co., NB.[928] They had children:

            a. Alice Mildred Mitchell, born on 11 May 1889 in Wilsons Beach, Charlotte Co., NB,[929] married James Fulton Babcock in ca. 1907.[930]

            b. Lillian Myrtle Mitchell, born on 22 Feb. 1892 in Campobello, Charlotte Co., NB.[931]

            c. Annie Mitchell, born on 11 Aug. 1900 in Wilsons Beach, Charlotte Co., NB.[932]

            d. Richard Newton Mitchell, born on 1 Dec. 1902 in Wilsons Beach, NB,[933] probably married Delia Stewart on 19 Jan. 1929 in Campobello, Charlotte Co., NB.[934]

            e. Eva Mitchell, born on 18 Oct. 1904 in Wilsons Beach, NB,[935] probably married Leo Elmer Marsh on 30 Dec. 1922 in Campobello, Charlotte Co., NB.[936]

            f. Reta Mary Mitchell, born on 26 Dec. 1905 in Wilsons Beach, NB.[937]

            4. Henry Osburn Mitchell, born on 4 Feb. 1866 in NB,[938] married Nancy Isabel Linton, who was born on 26 Dec. 1868 in NB,[939] and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[940] They had children:

            a. Hazel Louise Mitchell, born on 12 Sept. 1894 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[941] possibly married Chas Robbins on 13 Oct. 1923 in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB.[942]

            b. Joseph Orville Mitchell, born on 19 Nov. 1902 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB,[943] married Ethel Cristobel Blackall on 9 Sept. 1938 in St. David, Charlotte Co., NB.[944]

            c. Frank Osborne Mitchell, born on 4 Oct. 1906 in St. Stephen, NB.[945]

            d. Dorothy Edith Mitchell, born on 23 Sept. 1908 in St. Stephen, NB,[946] married Milton Philip Williams, son of Frederick and Gertrude (Campbell) Williams, on 27 June 1928 in St. Stephen, NB.[947] He was born on 20 July 1900 in Dufferin, Charlotte Co., NB.[948]

            5. Mildred Mitchell, born ca. 1868 in NB.[949]

            6. Leander Mitchell, born ca. 1870 in NB,[950] marriage not found.

            7. Eva Mitchell, born ca. 1872 in NB,[951] possibly the Eva Estella Mitchell who married Harley William Dow in ca. 1894,[952] and had children:

            a. Howard Earle Dow, born on 31 Dec. 1894 in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB.[953]

            b. Watson Robert Dow, born on 1 Apr. 1897 in St. George, NB.[954]

            c. George Orla Dow, born on 8 Nov. 1899 in St. George, NB,[955] married Georgina Grace Patterson, daughter of George and Jane Katherine (Black) Patterson, on 5 Aug. 1931 in St. George, NB.[956] She was born on 22 June 1901 in St. Martins, St. John Co., NB.[957]

            d. Mildred Mae Dow, born on 24 Jan. 1908 in St. George, NB,[958] married Milton Emery Dines, son of Sydney S. and Mary E. (Gates) Dines, on 13 Sept. 1933 in St. George, NB.[959] He was born on 11 Oct. 1905 in Letete, Charlotte Co., NB.[960]

            8. Mary Mitchell, born ca. 1874 in NB.[961]

            9. Ethel Linda Mitchell, born on 10 Jan. 1877 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[962] married Charles Edmund McCullough, son of James and Nancy McCullough, in ca. 1898.[963] He was born on 18 Aug. 1870 in NB,[964] and died on 22 Feb. 1936 in Charlotte Co., NB.[965] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, with his parents.[966] They had children:

            a. Madeline Mildred McCullough, born on 30 Jan. 1899 in Bocabec, NB.[967]

            b. Bessie McCullough, born on 15 Oct. 1900 in Bocabec, NB.[968]

            c. Adelaide Frances McCullough, born on 25 Feb. 1902 in Bocabec, NB.[969]

            d. Casper M. McCullough, born on 14 Feb. 1906 in Bocabec, NB.[970]

            10. Howard Webster Mitchell, born on 1 Nov. 1878 in Bocabec, NB,[971] married Sarah Elizabeth McCullough on 18 Dec. 1906 in Charlotte Co., NB.[972] They had a daughter:

            a. Marion Alberta Mitchell, born on 20 Jan. 1908 in Bocabec, NB,[973] married Ernest Robert Peacock, son of Robert and Ethel Gertrude (Woodard) Peacock, on 21 Sept. 1927 in St. Croix, Charlotte Co., NB.[974] He was born on 21 May 1905 in Rolling Dam, Charlotte Co., NB.[975]

            11. Harold G. Mitchell, born on 3 Jan. 1881 in Bocabec, NB,[976] marriage not found.

            12. Roy W. Mitchell, born on 20 Mar. 1882 in Bocabec, NB,[977] marriage not found.

            C. Wellington8 Hanson, born on 20 Feb. 1842 in St. Patrick, NB, married Olivia Aldrich Foster on 18 Oct. 1869 in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB.[978] She was born ca. 1848 in NB.[979] They were living in St. David, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[980] They had children:

            1. Edith M. Hanson, born ca. 1870 in NB,[981] marriage not found.

            2. Flora E. Hanson, born ca. 1872 in NB,[982] marriage not found.

            3. Elias F. Hanson, a twin, born ca. 1874 in NB,[983] marriage not found.

            4. Lester W. Hanson, a twin, born ca. 1874 in NB,[984] marriage not found.

            5. Lucia9 Jones Hanson, born ca. 1876 in NB,[985] married Robert Angus Holt on 22 Sept. 1895 in Charlotte Co., NB.[986] He was born on 4 Mar. 1869 in NB,[987] and they were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[988] She died on 22 Dec. 1932 in Charlotte Co., NB,[989] and he probably died on 12 Mar. 1950 in Charlotte Co., NB.[990] They had children:

            a. Maude Gladys Holt, born on 5 July 1897 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB.[991]

            b. Mary Ann Holt, born on 10 Apr. 1899 in Bocabec, NB.[992]

            c. Inez Dorothy Holt, born on 10 Sept. 1900 in Bocabec, NB.[993]

            d. Robert Angus Holt, Jr., born on 30 Jan. 1902 in Bocabec, NB.[994]

            e. Leroy Mitchell Holt, born on 4 Nov. 1906 in Bocabec, NB.[995]

            f. Stuart Wellington Holt, born on 10 July 1908 in Bocabec, NB.[996]

            6. Charles R. Hanson, born ca. 1879 in NB,[997] marriage not found.

            7. Bertha9 Belle Hanson, born on 26 Mar. 1883 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[998] married Herbert Thomas Maxwell on 14 Dec. 1904 in Charlotte Co., NB.[999] He died on 12 June1928 in Charlotte Co., NB.[1000] They had children:

            a. Charles Horace Maxwell, born on 15 Nov. 1905 in Bredalbane, Charlotte Co., NB.[1001]

            b. Helena Mildred Maxwell, born on 3 Feb. 1907 in St. George, Charlotte Co., NB.[1002]

            D. Hillman8 Hanson, born on 15 Mar. ca. 1844 in St. Patrick, NB,[1003] married Mary Elizabeth “Lizzie” deLue, of Pennfield, Charlotte Co., NB, on 3 Dec. 1869.[1004] She was born on 31 Mar. ca. 1845 in NB.[1005] He died on 12 June 1917 in Woodstock, NB.[1006] They were living in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census,[1007] and in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a “millman,”[1008] and in Woodstock, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a “millwright.”[1009] They had children:

            1. Ernest9 Leland Hanson, born ca. 1869 in NB,[1010] married Camilla Alice Embleton on 6 Feb. 1892 in Carleton Co., NB,[1011] and they had at least one daughter:

            a. Faye Isabel Hanson, born on 14 Feb. 1899 in Woodstock, NB.[1012]

            2. Harry9 Gerald Hanson, born on 30 Sept. 1874 in NB,[1013] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, a “labourer,” married Ella May Lint, daughter of Gilford John and Emma Melia (Parent) Lint, on 20 Aug. 1907 in Carleton Co., NB.[1014] She was born on 25 Sept. 1893 in Richmond Corner, Carleton Co., NB,[1015] and she probably died on 12 Apr. 1948 in Carleton Co., NB.[1016] They had at least one daughter:

            a. Eleanor10 May Hanson, born on 8 Dec. 1908 in Woodstock, NB,[1017] married John Wilfred Hamilton on 6 June 1926 in Woodstock, NB.[1018]

            3. Merton9 Hanson, born on 28 Jan. 1877 in NB,[1019] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1901 Canadian Census, a “mill labourer,” marriage not found, died on 7 Aug. 1945 in Carleton Co., NB.[1020]

            4. (Another son), born ca. 1879 in NB.[1021]

            E. Richard8 Sylvester Hanson, born on 2 Nov. 1845 in St. Patrick, NB,[1022] married Elmira Foster in ca. 1873.[1023] She was born ca. 1851 in NB,[1024] and they were living in St. David, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census,[1025] and in the 1901 Canadian Census,[1026] where he was a farmer. He died on 10 Feb. 1925 at St. David’s Ridge, NB, and was buried in Oak Bay Cemetery.[1027] They had children:

            1. Hiram C. Hanson, born ca. 1874 in NB,[1028] marriage not found.

            2. Herbert Hanson, born ca. 1876 in NB,[1029] marriage not found.

            3. Roland Hanson, born ca. 1877 in NB,[1030] marriage not found.

            4. Mary Hanson, born ca. 1879 in NB.[1031]

            5. Frank Hanson, born ca. 1880 in NB.[1032]

            6. Lawrence9 Hanson, born on 13 Mar. 1882 in NB,[1033] possibly the Lawrence A. Hanson who married Nellie M. Maxwell on 28 Dec. 1910 in Charlotte Co., NB.[1034]

            7. Alma9 B. Hanson, born on 16 Aug. 1884 in NB,[1035] married Charles Polk on 9 Sept. 1908 in Charlotte Co., NB.[1036]

            8. Richard S. Hanson, born on 26 June 1886 in NB,[1037] marriage not found.

            9. Eva May Hanson, born on 28 Aug. 1888 in NB,[1038] marriage not found.

            10. Earl9 William Hanson, born on 28 Aug. 1890 in NB,[1039] married Florence Adell Lomax on 23 Sept. 1913 in Charlotte Co., NB.[1040]

            11. George9 Foster Hanson, born on 28 July 1892 in St. David Ridge, Charlotte Co., NB,[1041] married Mildred Luella Irvin on 7 Sept. 1927 in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB.[1042]

            12. Vera Belle Hanson, born on 3 June 1894 in St. David, NB,[1043] marriage not found.

            F. Charles8 Eliphalette Hanson, born on 28 Jan. 1848 in St. Patrick, NB,[1044] was still unmarried and living with his parents in St. Patrick, NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, married 1.) Matilda E. Turner on 22 July 1886. She died on 14 Sept. 1888, and he remarried to 2.) Matilda “Daisy” McMillan, daughter of James and Matilda (McWilliams) McMillan, on 22 Apr. 1902 in Charlotte Co., NB.[1045] She was born on 4 Apr. 1871 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB.[1046] He was living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[1047] He died on 14 Apr. 1922 in Charlotte Co., NB,[1048] and was buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB.[1049] He had children by Matilda McMillan:

            1. Mary Helena Hanson, born on 4 July 1904 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[1050] marriage not found.

            2. Edna Matilda Hanson, born on 14 Apr. 1906 in Bocabec, NB,[1051] marriage not found.

            3. Lydia Maude Hanson, born on 8 Nov. 1908 in Bocabec, NB,[1052] marriage not found.

            G. Alfred8 Hanson, born on 22 May 1850 in St. Patrick, NB, died on 5 Mar. 1874,[1053] presumably unmarried.

            H. Isaac8 Webster Hanson, born on 4 Aug. 1852 in St. Patrick, NB, married Maude Mary Howard on 20 June 1877. She was born ca. 1861 in NB.[1054] They were living in Haverhill, MA, with the family of Fred and Harriett Easterbrook, who were identified as her parents, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a harness maker.[1055] He died on 20 Mar. 1925 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MB, and was buried in Linwood Cemetery.[1056]

            I. Malinda8 A. “Sis” Hanson, born on 16 Oct. 1854 in Bocabec, NB, married John Johnston, of St. James, NB, in 1879 in Bocabec, NB.[1057] They were living in St. Patrick, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer, and she was a seamstress.[1058] She died on 15 Apr. 1922 in Lubec, ME.[1059] She had twin sons:

            1. Orval O. Johnston, born ca. 1879 in NB.[1060]

            2. Hillman Johnston, born ca. 1879 in NB.[1061]

            J. Leander B. Hanson, born on 23 July 1858 in St. Patrick, NB, died on 4 July 1866, and was buried in Bocabec Baptist Cemetery.[1062]

            K. Russell8 Hiram Hanson, born on 3 Aug. 1862 in St. Patrick, NB, married Grace Isabella McCarroll on 3 May 1882. She was born in 1860 in NB.[1063] He was a blacksmith in the 1881 Canadian Census. They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer.[1064] He died on 29 Aug. 1912 in St. George, NB, and she died in 1931.[1065] They had children:

            1. Willard9 Russell Hanson, born on 9 July 1883 in Bocabec, Charlotte Co., NB,[1066] married Rae Mildred Soper on 2 June 1909 in Westmorland Co., NB.[1067]

            2. Ellen/Ella9 Erskine Hanson, born on 23 Dec. 1887 in Bocabec, NB,[1068] married Harry F. Cook on 14 Oct. 1908 in Charlotte Co., NB.[1069]

 

 

(VII.56) Isaac7 Hanson, fifth son of Eliphalette6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, on 9 May 1817,[1070] married Mary Cameron, of St. Patrick’s, NB, daughter of Alexander and Katherine (Lindsay) Cameron (Jr.),[1071] on 5 May 1839 in Charlotte County.[1072] She was born on 24 May 1817 in Digdeguash, Charlotte Co., NB.[1073] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was also a “mill-man,”[1074] but were not found in St. Patrick’s Parish in the 1861 or 1871 censuses. They were living in Calais, Washington Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he worked in a lumber mill.[1075] She died on 8 Sept. 1887 in Calais, ME, and he died on 3 Feb. 1895 in Calais, ME.[1076]

            Isaac Hanson and Mary Cameron had children:

            A. Rebecca E. Hanson, born ca. 1840 in NB.[1077]

            B. Alexander Hanson, born ca. 1842 in NB,[1078] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1880 Federal Census or in the 1881 Canadian Census.

            C. William8 T. or F. Hanson, born ca. 1844 in NB,[1079] married Sophia E. Peacoy in ca. 1870,[1080] who was born ca. 1850 in ME,[1081] and they were living in Calais, Washington Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, next door to his father, where he worked in a lumber mill.[1082] They had children:

            1. Neva L. Hanson, a daughter, born ca. 1871 in ME.[1083]

            2. Lilla J. Hanson, born ca. 1873 in ME.[1084]

            3. Janet C. Hanson, born ca. 1876 in ME.[1085]

            4. William F. Hanson, born in 1879 in ME.[1086]

            D. Henry F. Hanson, born ca. 1846 in NB,[1087] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            E. Isaac K. Hanson, born ca. 1848 in NB,[1088] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            F. Lorenzo C. Hanson, a son, born in 1850 in NB,[1089] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1880 Federal Census in Maine.

            G. Louisa8 Hanson, born ca. 1854 in NB,[1090] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Calais, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, a school teacher.

            H. George8 H. Hanson, born ca. 1856 in NB,[1091] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Calais, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census.

 

 

(VII.57) David7 Hanson, youngest son of Eliphalette6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 19 Sept. 1819,[1092] married 1.) Unity Turner, daughter of James and Eunice7 (Hanson) Turner, on 23 Nov. 1843 in St. Patrick’s, NB.[1093] She was born in 1824 in NB,[1094] and died by 1861. He remarried to 2.) Eunice (___) before 1861. She was born on 24 Dec. 1823 in NB.[1095] They were living in St. Patrick’s Parish, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851,[1096] 1861,[1097] and 1871 Canadian Censuses,[1098] where he was a farmer. David Hanson died by 1881, and his widow Eunice Hanson was living in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, with their children,[1099] and she was still living in Woodstock, NB, in the 1901 Canadian Census,[1100] next door to an Arthur Hanson who was born in 1835 in NB, whom I have not been able to identify.

            David Hanson had at least 3 children by Unity Turner, and probably 4 more children by Eunice:

            A. Albert8 D. Hanson, born ca. 1844 in NB,[1101] was still unmarried and living with his parents in the 1871 Canadian Census, and with his widowed stepmother in the 1881 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            B. David Edwin Hanson, born ca. 1846 in NB,[1102] marriage not found. He was not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick.

            C. Phebe Ann Hanson, born ca. 1848 in NB,[1103] marriage not found.

            D. Levi8 W. Hanson, born ca. 1855 in NB,[1104] was still unmarried and living with his mother in the 1881 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            E. Cyrenius8 “Cyrus” E. or W. Hanson, born on 30 Aug. 1857 in NB,[1105] was still unmarried and living with his mother in the 1901 Canadian Census, marriage not found. He was possibly the Cyrenne Hanson who died on 11 Jan. 1929 in Carleton Co., NB.[1106]

            F. James8 E. or H. Hanson, born on 20 May 1860 in NB,[1107] was still unmarried and living with his mother in the 1901 Canadian Census, marriage not found.

            G. Ada F. Hanson, born ca. 1862 in NB,[1108] marriage not found.

 

 

(VII.58) Isaac7 Hanson, second son of James6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in Charlotte Co., NB, on 7 May 1820,[1109] married Sybil Eastman in 1843 in St. Stephen, NB. They lived in St. Stephen, NB, and they were living in St. Stephen, Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1851 Canadian Census, where he was a farmer,[1110] and in Charlotte Co., NB, in the 1871 Canadian Census, where he was a lumberman.[1111] They moved to Holyoke, Hampden Co., MA, by 1880, and they were living in Holyoke in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was “teaming” and she was keeping a boarding house.[1112]

            Isaac Hanson and Sybil Eastman supposedly had children:[1113]

            A. Angelina Hanson, born on 21 July 1844 in St. Stephen, NB, died before the 1851 census.

            B. Stephen8 Hanson, born on 23 Apr. 1846 in St. Stephen, NB, married Sirena R. (___), who was born ca. 1851 in ME,[1114] and they were living in Holyoke, Hampden Co., MA, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a “truckman.”[1115]

            C. Anna8 Hanson, born ca. 1847 in NB, not listed with her parents’ children in the 1851 or 1871 Canadian Censuses, but called “daughter” in the 1880 Federal Census in Holyoke, MA.

            D. Elias8 Eastman Hanson, born on 18 Dec. 1848 in St. Stephen, NB, married Lydia “Lizzie” Ann Johnson,[1116] who was born ca. 1849 in NB,[1117] and they were living in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB, in the 1881 Canadian Census, where he was a labourer.[1118] They had children:

            1. Nettie M. Hanson, born ca. 1875 in NB,[1119] marriage not found.

            2. Albert Edward Hanson, born on 9 May 1878 in St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., NB,[1120] marriage not found.

            3. John Joseph Hanson, born on 24 May 1880 in Woodstock, Carleton Co., NB,[1121] marriage not found.

            4. Cathrine Amelia Hanson, born on 18 Dec. 1884 in Woodstock, NB,[1122] marriage not found.

            E. Mary E. Hanson, born on 7 Jan. 1851 in St. Stephen, NB.

            F. Isaac W. Hanson, born in 1855 in St. Stephen, NB, not found in the 1881 Canadian Census in New Brunswick, or in the 1880 Federal Census, marriage not found.

            G. Sarah Hanson, born in 1857 in St. Stephen, NB.

            H. Henry8 E. Hanson, born in 1859 in St. Stephen, NB, was still unmarried and living with his parents in Holyoke, MA, in the 1880 Federal Census, a teamster, married Alberta Emily White on 18 Sept. 1883 in Holyoke, Hampden Co., MA.[1123]

            I. Follansbee Hanson, born in 1862 in St. Stephen, NB, was still unmarried and living with his parents in Holyoke, MA, in the 1880 Federal Census.

 

 

(VII.59) Daniel7 Hanson, fifth son of James6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Stephen, NB, in Aug. 1829,[1124] married 1.) Mehitabel Getchell Leeman, daughter of John and Susannah (Getchell) Leeman, on 18 Nov. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB.[1125] She was born on 6 Sept. 1832 or 1833 in St. Stephen, NB, and died on 21 Jan. 1873 in St. Stephen, NB. He remarried to 2.) Sarah C. Day, daughter of James and Lydia F. (Maxwell) Day, in 1879.[1126] They were living in Waite, Washington Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[1127] She was born in Jan. 1843 in St. Stephen, NB. He died in ca. 1904 in Vanceboro, Washington Co., ME, and she died on 19 July 1917 in Lambert Lake, Washington Co., ME.[1128]

            Daniel Hanson had 4 children by Mehitabel G. Leeman, and probably 3 more children by Sarah C. Day:

            A. Edwin8 Hanson, born in Aug. 1854 in St. Stephen, NB, not found in the 1880 Federal Census, nor in the 1881 Canadian Census, but he died in May 1921 in San Francisco, CA, and was buried in St. Stephen, NB.[1129]

            B. James A. Hanson, born in Nov. 1858, died in Sept. 1859 in St. Stephen, NB.[1130]

            C. Busby8 Leeman Hanson, born on 9 May 1862 in St. Stephen, NB, married Amanda A. Wilcox, daughter of Robert J. and Eliza Ann (Matthews) Wilcox, on 3 July 1884 in Calais, Washington Co., ME. She was born on 17 Mar. 1866 on Little Wood Island, Grand Manan, NB, and died on 17 Feb. 1948 in Calais, ME. He died on 18 Mar. 1952 in Lexington, MA, and was buried in Calais, ME.[1131]

            D. James8 Herbert Hanson, born on 9 Mar. 1872 in Calais, Washington Co., ME, married Margaret Hyland, daughter of James and Margaret (O’Brien) Hyland, on 29 Nov. 1893 in Calais, ME. She was born in 1872 in St. Andrews, NB, and he died on 22 Mar. 1944 in Calais, ME.[1132]

            E. Byron Hanson, born in Jan. 1880 in Waite, Washington Co., ME.

            F. Earlman8 G. Hanson, a twin, born on 31 Jan. 1882 in Waite, ME, married Violet A. Moody on 16 Jan. 1906 in Lambert Lake, ME. He died on 9 Nov. 1920 in Lincoln, Washington Co., ME.[1133]

            G. Earlan8 G. Hanson, a twin, born on 31 Jan. 1882 in Waite, ME, married Jessie Nora Metcalf on 24 Dec. 1903 in Princeton, Washington Co., ME. He died on 5 Aug. 1916 in Princeton, ME.[1134]

            H. Thomas Hanson, born ca. 1884.[1135]

 

 

(VII.60) Stephen7 Hanson, sixth son of James6 Hanson, John5, Isaac4, John3, Thomas2 (Jr.), Thomas1; born in St. Stephen, NB, in ca. 1832,[1136] married Angeline N. Hamilton, daughter of Daniel and Lydia Hamilton, on 6 Apr. 1852 in St. Stephen, NB. She was born on 26 Dec. 1829 in ME, and died on 22 Oct. 1915 in Eureka, Humboldt Co., CA. He died in ca. 1880-1892 in Baring, Washington Co., ME.[1137] They were living in Baring, Washington Co., ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, where he was a farmer.[1138]

            Stephen Hanson and Angeline Hamilton had children:

            A. Ninnen8 Lindsay Hanson, a son, born on 3 Jan. 1853 in NB, married 1.) Margaret O. Pervis, who was born on 29 Mar. 1874 in NB, and they moved to Eureka, Humboldt Co., CA. She died on 29 Sept. 1891 in Eureka, CA, and he remarried to 2.) Caroline M. Thompson, daughter of William Frederick and Mary Jane (Thomas) Thompson, on 29 July 1892 in Eureka, CA. She was born on 18 Feb. 1858 in St. David, NB, and died on 20 June 1923 in Eureka, CA. He died on 23 Dec. 1936 in Eureka, CA.[1139]

            B. Stewart Hanson, born ca. 1855 in Baring, Washington Co., ME,[1140] not found in the 1880 Federal Census.

            C. Eunice8 Hanson, born on 9 July 1858 in Baring, ME, was still unmarried and living with her parents in Baring, ME, in the 1880 Federal Census, supposedly married 1.) William Worthy Price, and 2.) Howard Nin Moody. She died on 29 Sept. 1955 in Eureka, CA.[1141]

            D. Josiah Hanson, born ca. 1861 in Baring, ME.[1142]

            E. Daniel Hanson, born ca. 1863 in Baring, ME.[1143]

            F. Jenetta “Netty” Victoria Hanson, born on 6 Mar. 1866 in Baring, ME.[1144]

            G. Samuel8 E. Hanson, born on 11 Apr. 1870 in Baring, ME, married Maggie (___), and lived in Washington Co., ME. He died in 1964 in Machias, ME.[1145]

            H. Harry8 Hanson, born ca. 1874 in Baring, ME,[1146] married Hannah (___).[1147]