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101 "Annie B. WELTON married J.L.L. BROWN, Esq. of Lebanon, New Hampshire." (1890) Welton, Annie B. (I151865)
 
102 "Annual report of the Commissioner of Patents for the year 1896"
Dunshee, Carlos E., assignor of one-half to W. C. Streabell, Chicago, 111. Newspaper-holder. 
Streabell, William Clement (I57545)
 
103 "Apparently a housekeeper for the Guild and/or Otis families." www.findagrave.com, Created by: memento mori, Record added: Aug 17, 2013, Find A Grave Memorial# 115628593

1910 US Census, Boston Ward 20, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Household      Role      Gender      Age      Birthplace
Olinda J Anthony      Head      F      60      Canada (single, immigrated 1890, parents born in Canada)
Mary A Sharp      Lodger      F      50      Canada
Nancy Annis      Lodger      F      69      Canada
"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M22S-PM7 : accessed 3 February 2015), Olinda J Anthony, Boston Ward 20, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 1558, sheet 30A, family 650, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,635. 
Anthony, Olinda J. (I18761)
 
104 "At the time of his death he was studying for the ministry expecting to devote himself to work as a foreign missionary." (Whitman, 779) Freeman, Zenas S. (I52115)
 
105 "at Virginia with Capt. John Smith 1607; author with Russell and Tedkill of 'Smith's General History of Virginia', London, 1624; Thomas Mumford was High Sheriff at Portsmouth, RI in 1664." (Newport, Duncanson, 329) Mumford, Thomas (I82292)
 
106 "b. in England 1661 [sic]; over 1634; killed by Indians at Haverhill, 1698." (Chute, cclxviii) Hayes, Jonathan (I103463)
 
107 "Benjamin J. was a merchant at Halifax, NS; MLA Halifax Township 1851-1859, Lunenburg County 1859-1863; Executive Council 16 Feb 1856-21 Feb 1857, 10 Feb 1860-5 June 1863; appointed to the Canadian Senate 1867; Agent for the Grand Trunk Railway at Halifax until his resignation Dec 1867; Colonel of the Naval Brigade...the main Confederate agent in Halifax during the American Civil War when business interests involved 'blockade-running or trade with the Confederate rebels'...(Newport, Duncanson, 417-418) Wier, Hon. Benjamin J. (I83506)
 
108 "Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Canada, 1800-1950" http://www.dictionaryofarchitectsincanada.org/architects/view/1983 (accessed 25 Dec 2012)
DODGE, William Longley (fl. 1866-79) was active in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he was recorded as an architect and operator of a planing mill in that city. He operated an office as an architect in Hesslein's Building, Hollis Street, Halifax (McAlpine's Halifax City Directory, 1872-73), and resided on Tower Road in that city, where he designed his own residence, a distinctive Italianate villa only recently demolished in 1989. He may have collaborated with his brother John A. Dodge, who can be credited with a number of Gothic designs for ecclesiastical works in several towns in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
He is almost certainly the same 'Mr. Dodge, Architect of Halifax' who furnished the plans for the Anglican Church at Ellerhouse, near Windsor, N.S., in 1875 (Halifax Daily Reporter, 3 April 1875, 2), and later that same year he was noted as 'Mr. Dodge, an architect of Halifax', the designer of the Methodist Church at Amherst, N.S. By 1879 he appears to have returned to his home in Annapolis County and from there prepared the plans for a sophisticated Gothic design for the new Anglican Church in Pictou, N.S. A brief biography of William L. Dodge can be found in M. Rosinski, Architects of Nova Scotia: A Biographical Dictionary 1605-1950, 1994, 119 (inf. Gary Shutlak, PANS)
(works in Nova Scotia)
ELLERHOUSE, N.S., Episcopal Church, 1875 (Halifax Daily Reporter, 3 April 1875, 2)
AMHERST, N.S, Methodist Church, 1875 (Daily News [Saint John], 3 Nov. 1875, 2)
PICTOU, N.S., St. James Anglican Church, 1879 (A Lion in Thistle: A History of St. James Anglican Church, Pictou, Nova Scotia, 1979, 42-44, illus. & descrip.).

1871 Census, 01, Ward 01 a, West Halifax 196, N.S., Page Number: 11, Line Number: 13, House Number: 29, Family Number: 41, Film Number: 2229138, Library and Archives Canada Film Number: C-10550, Digital Folder Number: 4396278, Image Number: 00482
       Household      Gender      Age
        William L Dodge       M       33y (married, born in NS, English, Church of England)
        Annie Cecilia Dodge  F  32y  (married, born in NS, English, Church of England)
     Homer E Dodge       M       8y
     Ada Dodge       F       3y

1881 Census, Bridgetown, Annapolis, N.S., District 16 D, p. 7, Household 39
William DODGE         M         Male         English         42         Nova Scotia         Architect         Church of England
Annie DODGE         M         Female         English         40         Nova Scotia                  Church of England
Homer DODGE                  Male         English         17         Nova Scotia                  Church of England
Ada DODGE                  Female         English         12         Halifax, Nova Scotia                  Church of England 
Dodge, William Longley (I61669)
 
109 "born in Outram, moved to California" (Baltzer Family, 170).
Living in Truro in 1958 when he registered his birth. 
Banks, Lenley Frank (I38812)
 
110 "came England in the 'Ann', 1623". (Chute, cclxviii) Morton, George (I103485)
 
111 "Came to New England with Governor John Winthrop in 1630 and served for many years as pastor of the First Church in Boston." (genejane.com) Wilson, John (I90983)
 
112 "Captain of Grenadiers, killed at Battle of Chippewa, July 5, 1815" [War of 1812] (Calnek, 468) Bailey, Capt. Charles Hugh Percy (I59635)
 
113 "carpenter and joiner at Boston, Mass.; Church deacon." (Newport, Duncanson, 91) Allen, Henry (I98871)
 
114 "Christian Messenger" newspaper 17 Feb 1858 Family F15849
 
115 "Christian Messenger" Newspaper 7 Mar 1860. Family F15356
 
116 "Corporal James MacPhee had been serving in the Newfoundland detachment in 1783; (Craig, p. 39); when this detachment was enroute to the battalion headquarters at Windsor, NS the ship was caught in a violent storm and carried off course as far as the Island of Antigua in the West Indies where they were obliged to remain until repairs could be made; Corporal James MacPhee's discharge certificate has survived and is on file at the Public Archives at Halifax, NS; it shows his discharge date as 10 April 1784 with his palce of birth as Inverness-shire and his age as 24 years;" "He served in the 2nd Bn., 84th Regt. and was Corporal when disbanded in Apr. 1784...on 13 Dec. 1785 Cpl. James MacPhee was deeded 200 acres of the regimental lands which had been granted to Col. Small..." (Rawdon/Douglas, 422) McPhee, James (I64944)
 
117 "d. in the army during the war of the rebellion" (Whitman, 798) Barteaux, David (I165726)
 
118 "d. on a passage from Jamaica to Wilmington, N.C." (Chute, clv) Potter, Joseph (I127140)
 
119 "d. soon" (Chute, 90) Minard, Serena E. (I146487)
 
120 "Daniel was a blacksmith and known as 'Devil Dan' because of his fun loving spirit and his free thinking attitude towards established religion; there are stories about 'Devil Dan' and his poetry..." (Rawdon/Douglas, Duncanson, 96)

1871 Census, NS, Hants 188, Noel (d2), p. 11, Dwelling 34, Family 36
BLOIS, DANIEL G.  M  69 (born in NS, Church of Engd, English origin, blacksmith, married)
BLOIS, MARY  F  56 (born in NS, Church of Engd, English origin, married)
BLOIS, HORATIA N.  M  18 (born in NS, Church of Engd, English origin, labourer)
BLOIS, SARAH F.  F  12 (born in NS, Church of Engd, English origin)

Not found in 1881 census. 
Blois, Daniel Garret (I5920)
 
121 "Darius and two other crew members aboard the Angola were wrecked off the China Sea Oct. 1900; when the survivors arrived ashore they were starving and drew names; Darius lost and was cannibalized by his shipmates." (Newport, Duncanson, 322) Campbell, Darius (I110401)
 
122 "Daugher of late Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey of Prince Albert Saskatchewan, on death of parents made home with aunt and uncle Joseph Harvey of Hantsport." (Harvie/Harvey, 163) Harvie, Lena Evelyn (I74737)
 
123 "daughter of Francis Parker of Petite (Walton)." (Newport, Duncanson, 315) Parker, Mary (I76604)
 
124 "death at Miragoane of Capt. Plemann Harvie of bktn. L. M. Smith on the 13th July..." (Harvie/Harvey, 50) Harvey, Capt. Albert Pleman (I91939)
 
125 "died on Active Service WWII Flying Officer RCAF". (Falmouth, Duncanson, 285) Lawrence, F/O Francis Winburn RCAF (I144096)
 
126 "DIED on Sunday, after a short illness accompanied with measles, Lavinia, wife of John Whidden, Esq., in the 35th year of her age. An affectionate and exemplary wife and mother, she was relieved from her earthly sufferings with a sure hope of blessed immortality in a better world." [The Halifax Pearl - March 2 1838] (www.genejane.com) Chipman, Lavinia (I51676)
 
127 "Died young" (Falmouth, Duncanson, 286) Lawrence, Stuart (I143949)
 
128 "Donald Grant is said to have given the homestead to his son William on 31 Mar. 1853. (Men of the Soil, p. 90)" (Rawdon/Douglas, Duncanson, 219

1871 Census, NS, Hants 188, Noel d2, p. 8, Dwelling 25, Family 27
Grant William  M  47 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin, wheel wright & farmer, married)
Grant Elizabeth  F  45 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin, married)
Grant James  M  70 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin. 'taylor', widowed)
Grant Alexander  M  19 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin, farmer)
Grant George S.  M  16 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin, farmer)
Grant Margery A.  F  13 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin)
Grant James C.  M  9 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin)
Grant Jessie I.  F  7 (born in NS, Presb. L. Provinces, Scotch origin)

1881 Census, NS, Hants 18, Gore i15, p. 32, Dwelling 118, Household 123
Grant William  M  57 (born in NS, C. Presb., Scotch origin, farmer, widowed)
Grant George  M  26 (born in NS, C. Presb., Scotch origin, farmer)
Grant Margery  F  23 (born in NS, C. Presb., Scotch origin)
Grant Cameron  M  19 (born in NS, C. Presb., Scotch origin)
Grant Jessie  F  17 (born in NS, C. Presb., Scotch origin)
Grant Annie Etta  F  9 (born in NS, C. Presb., Scotch origin) [niece, daughter of brother James]

1891 Census, NS, Hants 35, Gore h21, p. 12, Household 53
Grant William  M  67  Married (born in NS, father born in Scotland, mother born in NS, Presbyterian, farmer)
Grant Matilda  F  42  Married  Wife (born in NS, parents born in NS, Presbyterian)
Grant John B.  M  4  Son (born in NS, parents born in NS, Presbyterian)
Grant Annie E.  F  19  Niece (born in NS, parents born in NS, Presbyterian)
Cameron Annie G.  F  10  Niece (born in NS, parents born in NS, Presbyterian) 
Grant, William (I18386)
 
129 "drowned off the Ocean Wave" (Chute, 161) Sabean, Elias (I162874)
 
130 "engaged in business with his brothers at 41 Leonard st., N. Y. City; residence, New Brighton, Staten Island." (Whitman, 728) Whitman, Charles Louis (I53991)
 
131 "engaged in the lumber trade in Maine". (Whitman, 770)

1880 US Census, Lawrence, Essex, MA, NA Film Number T9-0530, p. 449D
Moses E WOODBURRY         Self         M         Male         W         31         MA         Grocer         NH         MA
Emma WOODBURRY         Wife         M         Female         W         34         NS                  NS         NS
Edith WOODBURRY         Dau         S         Female         W         10         MA                  MA         NS
Blanche WOODBURRY         Dau         S         Female         W         9         MA                  MA         NS
Sanford W WOODBURRY         Son         S         Male         W         5         MA                  MA         NS
Mabel WOODBURRY         Dau         S         Female         W         3M         MA                  MA         NS
Avard WELTON         Other         S         Male         W         20         NS         Grocer Clerk         NS         NS
Elias P GRIMES         Other         S         Male         W         19         NS         Cotton Mill         NS         NS
Lucy BARBER         Other         S         Female         W         21         CAN         Servant         CAN         CAN

1910 US Census, Chelsea Ward 1, Suffolk, MA, Family Number: 24, Page Number: 2
       Household      Gender      Age
     Frank G Smith       M       56y
     Sarah D Smith       F       42y
     Evelyn M Kelley       F       9y
     Lucius Perkins       M       60y
     James Bennett       M       38y
     Lawrence Bennett       M       30y
        Elias Grimes       M       49y (born in Canada as were his parents, immigrated in 1877, divorced)
     George E Leeman       M       27y
     Louis E Chick       M       21y
     John Mcrae       M       34y 
Grimes, Elias P. (I53106)
 
132 "entered into the employ of Lewis Edw. Piers, ship chandler, Halifax and joined the Royal Navy becoming a Capt. R.N.; m. in England; no family; his relatives inherited from his estate after much litigation." (Newport, Duncanson, 378) Smith, Capt. Woodbury R.N. (I97161)
 
133 "Esq., Soho Square, London". (Newport, Duncanson, 268) Spilsbury, Francis (I81820)
 
134 "for many years Postmaster at Wolfville" (Eaton, 791).

1871 Census, NS, Kings, Wolfville 2 d2, Family 1
Rand George 42 M
Rand Annie Jane 36 M
Rand William G. 13
Rand Frederic S. 5
Rand Aubrey V. 3
Rounsefell Alfred 30

1881 Census, Wolfville, Kings, N.S., District Number: 17, Sub District: H, Division: 1, Page Number: 20, House Number: 142347, Family Number: 93, Digital Folder Number: 4463006, Image Number: 00439, Film Number: 1375809, Library and Archives Canada Film Number: C-13173
       Household      Gender      Age
        George V Rand       M       52y (born in NS, married, druggist, English origin, Bap)
     Annie Rand       F       46y (all born in NS)
     William Rand       M       23y
     Frederic Rand       M       16y
     Aubrey Rand       M       13y
     Florence Seab...       F       13y
     Lucy Williams       F       40y
     Ernest Williams       M       8y

1901 Census, District: NS KINGS (#36), Subdistrict: Wolfville (Town/Ville) A(1) Page 12
31               122       Rand George V       M               Head       M       Feb 21       1829       72
32               122       Bishop Annie W       F               House Keeper       W       Nov 9       1864       36
33               122       Bishop Muriel       F               H K Daughter       S       Nov 6       1892       8

Willowbank Cemetery, Wolfville
George V. Rand, 1829-1908; Annie J., 1834-1881; Frederick, 1865-1889; William, 1858-1895; Aubrey, 1867-1933, wife, Mary L., 1870-1956; Marjorie, 1897-1901. 
Rand, George Valentine (I54731)
 
135 "formerly of Aylesford, N.S." (Genejane's Roadmap to Colchester Families) Dempsey or Duprey, Nancy (I63418)
 
136 "fought under General Wolfe at the taking of Quebec in 1759" (Chute, 102).

Birth and Death: http://www.uoguelph.ca/~dgoff/WrightFamilyClementsAnnapolisNovaScotia.pdf (accessed 24 Feb 2016) 
Wright, Joseph (I50738)
 
137 "Founder of the brick industry in the Maritimes now operated uner the name of L. E. Shaw Ltd." (Duncanson, Falmouth, 393)

1871 Census, NS, Hants, Falmouth m, Dwelling 151, Family 165
SHAW, ROBERT M 30
SHAW, MARY F 26
SHAW, MARY F 26
SHAW, IRENE F 8
SHAW, ALFRED M 6
SHAW, MARY F 4
SHAW, GRACE F 2
SHAW, ANNIE F 0
MAYNE, SARAH F 23

1881 Census, Lower Horton, Kings, N.S., District Number: 17, Sub District: I, Division: 2, Page Number: 26, House Number: 142839, Family Number: 121, Digital Folder Number: 4463006, Image Number: 00497, Film Number: 1375809, Library and Archives Canada Film Number: C-13173
        Household       Gender       Age       Birthplace
     Robert Shaw       M       40y       Nova Scotia (married, farmer, English origin, Bapt.)
     Mary Shaw       F       37y       Nova Scotia
     Irene Shaw       M       19y       Nova Scotia
     Alfred Shaw       F       17y       Nova Scotia
     Madge Shaw       F       14y       Nova Scotia
     Grace Shaw       F       12y       Nova Scotia
     Annie Shaw       F       10y       Nova Scotia
     Ninie Shqw       F       7y       Nova Scotia
     Eliza Shaw       F       5y       Nova Scotia
     Load Shaw       M       3y       Nova Scotia

1901 Census, District: NS KINGS (#36), Subdistrict: Avonport A Page 5
17               37       Shaw Robert       M               Head       M       Aug 9       1840       60
18               37       Shaw Mary E       F               Wife       M       Feb 3       1843       57
19               37       Shaw Nina(?)V       F               Daughter       S       Jul 12       1874       26
20               37       Shaw Loid E       M               Son       S       Oct 21       1878       22
21               37       Shaw Harry L       M               Son       S       Nov 23       1883       17

Census 1911 / Nova Scotia / Kings / 21 Horton poll district / page 3
11               22       Shaw Robert               M       Head       M       Aug       1840       70
12               22       Shaw Mary               F       Wife       M       Feb       1843       88
13               22       Walsh Frank               M       Servant       S       Dec       1887       23 
Shaw, Robert (I56981)
 
138 "Francis Grant Parker was born at Walton, Hants County, Nova Scotia, August 15th, 1830. In early life he was engaged in business in Chicago, and afterwards in New York. In 1864 he began business in Halifax, Nova Scotia, as a wholesale dealer in flour, tea and salt. Later he engaged in the milling of flour, in partnership with his brother-in-law, John Grant. He was active in promoting the manufacturing interests of Halifax, and was a public-spirited citizen. He was President of the Nova Scotia Cotton Mills Company, and of the Starr Manufacturing Company, whose business consists in the making of the Starr " Acme " patent skate, and in all kinds of iron and steel manufacture, including the construction of bridges. He was also a Director of the People's Bank of Halifax, a chartered bank of Canada. He was actively engaged in politics, and was the first President of the "Morning Herald " Printing and Publishing Company, which, in his time, conducted the chief Nova Scotia newspaper in the interests of the Conservative party.
About 1895 Mr. Parker retired from business, having become a prey to inflammatory rheumatism, which confined him much of the time to his home." (McNeill, 24 and 25) 
Parker, Francis Grant (I76547)
 
139 "Frederick H. Parker (born in 1825, died December 3rd, 1858), like his brothers James and John, went to sea from his boyhood, and became a captain in his father's service. His voyages took him chiefly to the Indian and China seas and the Mediterranean, in the barque " Walton." He too, lost his life in following his profession. He was never married. His body was interred at Cardiff, Wales." (McNeill, 24) Parker, Frederick H. (I76565)
 
140 "from Durham, N.H." (Chute, 31) Woodman, Robert (I35387)
 
141 "from Halifax" (Calnek, 524).

Annapolis County Probate Acts Books, Volume 3
4124. Estate Folio W22 (1802): LA for the estate of John WRIGHT of Granville, yeoman, granted 1 Feb 1802 to Silvia WRIGHT. A John H. WRIGHT co-signed Administrator's Bond. In 1808 children were listed as: Elizabeth CHUTE the wife of James CHUTE, John Harris WRIGHT, James Stanley WRIGHT, George, Sarah WRIGHT, Ann WRIGHT, Sophia WRIGHT and Harriet WRIGHT. Estate Folio W?? (1812): Division of Real Estate Warrant for the estate of John WRIGHT late of the Township of Granville, yeoman. Wife: Julia? Eight Children: Elizabeth wife of James CHUTE, John Harris the eldest son, James, George, Sarah, Ann, Sophia and Harriet. (microfilmed between Estate Folio S14 (1799) and Estate Folio S15 (1799). 
Wright, John (I46754)
 
142 "from Massachusetts and Scotland" (Chute, ccviii) Brown, Andrew (I35602)
 
143 "from Roscommon, Ireland". (Newport, Duncanson, 269) Cunningham, Richard (I81778)
 
144 "Gordon was the son of unwed parents Elizabeth Marsh and Robertson Thompson. He was raised by his aunt and uncle Samuel & Jane (Marsh) McLellan and took their surname as his own. He and his wife had a family of six children. One daughter died young and a son drowned in 1920." (genejane.com)

Courtesy of Gerry Mattinson, email 30 Apr 2016.
1900 - Eureka, Humboldt Co., Calif.
  Gordan Mc Lellan (39) b Nov 1861 om Canada Eng
  Laura Mc Lellan (33) b Apr 1867 in Canada Eng
  Dexter Mc Lellan (9) b Jan 1891 in California
  Lizzie Mc Lellan (8) b Dec 1892 in California
  Altheare Mc Lellan (6) b May 1894 in California
  Gordon Mc Lellan (4) b Jan 1896 in California
  William Mc Lellan (3) b Sep 1897 in California
  Adelle Mc Lellan (2) b Nov 1898 in California

1910 US Census, Eureka Ward 5, Humboldt, California
Household      Role      Gender      Age      Birthplace
Gordon Mclellan      Head      M      46      Canada English (immigrated 1880, parents born in Canada English)
Laura Mclellan      Wife      F      41      Canada English (immigrated 1880, parents born in Canada English)
Dexter Mclellan      Son      M      19      California
Elizabeth Mclellan      Daughter      F      17      California
Althere Mclellan      Daughter      F      16      California
Gordon Mclellan      Son      M      14      California
Willie Mclellan      Son      M      12      California
Etta Mclellan      Daughter      F      10      California
"United States Census, 1910," index and images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MV2K-S8M : accessed 12 January 2015), Gordon Mclellan, Eureka Ward 5, Humboldt, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 11, sheet 23A, family 492, NARA microfilm publication T624, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; FHL microfilm 1,374,090.

1920 US Census, Eureka, Humboldt, California
Own or Rent: Own
Household      Role      Gender      Age      Birthplace
Gordon Mc Lellan      Head      M      55      Canada (parents born in Canada)
Laura Mc Lellan      Wife      F      52      Canada (parents born in Canada)
William Mc Lellan      Son      M      22      California
Elizabeth M Mc Lellan      Mother      F      82      Canada (parents born in Canada)
Robert A Millen      Lodger      M      38      Canada
"United States Census, 1920," index and images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MH3T-YL3 : accessed 12 January 2015), Gordon Mc Lellan, Eureka, Humboldt, California, United States; citing sheet 4B, family 96, NARA microfilm publication T625, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 1,820,098.

1930 US Census, Eureka, Humboldt, California
Household      Role      Gender      Age      Birthplace
Gordon Mclellan      Head      M      66      Canada (immigrated 1883, parents born in Canada)
Laura B Mclellan      Wife      F      62      Canada (immigrated 1875, parents born in Canada)
Milton Mclellan      Grandson      M      16      California (parents born in CA)
James Shalleta      Lodger      M      31      California
Erol Gow      Lodger      M      29      California
Ray Lyons      Lodger      M      23      California
Ray Niskey      Lodger      M      26      Michigan
John M Olayos      Lodger      M      23      New Jersey
"United States Census, 1930," index and images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCF7-R1Q : accessed 12 January 2015), Gordon Mclellan, Eureka, Humboldt, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0020, sheet 1A, family 6, line 18, NARA microfilm publication T626, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 120; FHL microfilm 2,339,855.

1940 US Census, Ward 5, Eureka, Eureka Judicial Township, Humboldt, California
Last Place of Residence: Same House
Household      Role      Gender      Age      Birthplace
Gordon Mclellan      Head      M      76      Canada
Laura B Mclellan      Wife      F      72      Canada
"United States Census, 1940," index and images, (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K9Q5-763 : accessed 12 January 2015), Gordon Mclellan, Ward 5, Eureka, Eureka Judicial Township, Humboldt, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 12-15, sheet 1A, family 2, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 207. 
McLellan, Gordon A. (I91198)
 
145 "Govenor of Conn. from 1698 until 1707". (Eaton, Kings, 680) Winthrop, Gov. Fitz John (I63952)
 
146 "grad. 1929 as a Medical Doctor; she interned at Women's College Hosp., Toronto and went to India in 1934 as a medical missionary at Banswara, Neemuch, Ratlam (Madya Pradesh)." (Rawdon/Douglas, 577) Whittier, Dr. Marie Jean M.D. (I158978)
 
147 "graduated at Acadia College, Wolfville; a lawyer; residence, Winnipeg." (Whitman, 672)

Whitman Cemetery, New Albany
20 Whitman Danial S. May 5, 1858 - Jul 18, 1888 
Whitman, Daniel Spurgeon (I53894)
 
148 "graduated at Oxford University, England; was for some years a successful teacher at Worcester, Mass.; was compelled to give up teaching on account of his health; spent a few years in literary work in New York and Boston; at present, in business with his brothers at 41 Leonard st., N. Y. City; residence: Staten Island." (Whitman, 728)

1900 US Census, Woodbury Township, Orange, NY, Enumeration District: 0057, Page: 8, Sheet Letter: A, Family Number: 156, Reference Number: 13, Film Number: 1241142, Image Number: 00273
       Household      Gender      Age
        James S Whitman       M (born Dec 1854 in Nova Scotia Eng as were his parents, immigrated in 1865)
Spouse       Sara S Whitman       F (born Sep 1861 in MA, father born in CT, mother born in RI, mother of 1 child - living)
Child       Marian Whitman       F (born Jul 1890 in NY)
     Maria Ollsen       F      
     John Timbrell       M      
     Amy B Timbrell       F      
     Thomas Peters       M      

1920 US Census, New York, NY, Film Number: 1821213, Digital Folder Number: 4313936, Image Number: 00045, Sheet Number: 9
       Household      Gender      Age
        James S Whitman       M       62y (born in Canada, parents born in England)
Spouse       Sally Whitman       F       50y
Child       Marion Whitman       F       27y
     Celia Fennell       F       43y
     Annie Swift       F       28y 
Whitman, James Spurr (I53987)
 
149 "graduated from Edinburgh Univ in Medicine; served in RAMC in WWI; died young"  (Rawdon/Douglas, 224) Grant, Dr. Gerald Wallace (I76510)
 
150 "grantee at Falmouth 1761" (Falmouth, Duncanson, 305) Lyon, Henry (I97117)
 

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