Rowe Family Genealogy

The Genealogy of the Rowe Family of Riceville, Ontario and Stewkley, England

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10101 Wisconsin Births, 1820-1907, Reel 3, Record 001310 Benson, Edna May (I9350)
 
10102 Wisconsin, New Salem area West, Nathan (I12581)
 
10103 witn Colin CAMERON & Maggie McKERCHER Family F1252
 
10104 Witnessed by Thomas Muir and Elizabeth Franklin. Family F3540
 
10105 Witnesses at wedding were August Wendland and Heinrich Wendland
1900 census shows them living at 407 E 9th St. 
Wendland, Franz Ferdinand (I3891)
 
10106 Witnesses were Annie McLeod and Elmer Presley Family F4980
 
10107 Witnesses were Archibald McGinnis of Cambridge and Sarah Johnston of Plantagenet North. Family F4508
 
10108 Witnesses were Archy McRae and Cassey McIntyre, both of Roxborough. They were married at the bride's home on the 5th con of Rox. Family F4063
 
10109 Witnesses were Cecil Bethune, Avonmore, and Janet McColl, Harrisons Corners. Married by license by Rev. R. Harkness in Cornwall. Family F1674
 
10110 Witnesses were Elva Dixon, Pendleton, and Doris Hartley, Ottawa. Family F3289
 
10111 Witnesses were Fred Presley and Sarah Rowe. Family F3355
 
10112 Witnesses were Fred Reid, Riceville, and Fanny Dey, Pendleton. Family F3345
 
10113 Witnesses were Henry Rowe, Joseph Baker Family F4767
 
10114 Witnesses were John H. Evans, Billing Bridge, and Thiran Richards, Billings Bridge. They were Methodist and married by License by Rev. S. G. Phillips. Family F4785
 
10115 witnesses were John McFaul and Hannah Dixon. Family F3254
 
10116 Witnesses were John Steinburg of Moose Creek, and Margaret McKercher of Tayside. It was a Presbyterian marriage performed by Rev. Roderick McKay by License. Family F518
 
10117 Witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Nicholson of 334 Slater St. Family F824
 
10118 Witnesses were Mrs P. A. Forrester and Donald L. Stewart. This was at the Presbyterian Knox church in Montreal. Family F4499
 
10119 witnesses were P. E. McGuire and Mary Margaret Aird, both of Ford River
Found image at familysearch.org confirming date and place. 
Family F2415
 
10120 witnesses were Peter A. Fisher, Athol, and Mary Ann Cameron, Roxborough. Family F5012
 
10121 Witnesses were Samuel Dixon, Pendleton, and Susannah Rowe, Riceville Family F4454
 
10122 Witnesses: Freeman Rowe, Nepean; and Nellie T. Scobie, Nepean. Family F3679
 
10123 Witnesses: Mark Burroughs, Sarah Booth. Family F3296
 
10124 Wittnesses: John Baker, Agnes Brownell. They were both Methodist. Family F2948
 
10125 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8245)
 
10126 Wm and Jennie have three children.
He worked as a painter, farm hand and carpenter. His hobbies were hunting, fishing and baseball when he was younger. 
Wood, William Alexander Henry (I4763)
 
10127 Woodland Hills Memorial Park Phillips, Sharon Emma (I16201)
 
10128 Woodland Hills Memorial Park Phillips, Harold Francis (I16205)
 
10129 Woodlawn Cemetery, Detroit.
Find A Grave Memorial# 103554473 
Presley, Barbara Ellen (I10743)
 
10130 Worked for Domtar Cornwall Ont for over 43 years Muir, Edmund J. (I14659)
 
10131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2884)
 
10132 Worked on the home farm and then for Bordon's in Maxville and Montreal. Haggart, Thomas (I11382)
 
10133 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14293)
 
10134 Worthing Cem.
Findagrave 45077868 
Mausback, Agnes Augusta (I18307)
 
10135 Worthing Cemetery
Findagrave 
Dickens, Clarabel B. (I18301)
 
10136 Worthing Cemetery
Findagrave 50878807 
Bent, Franklin Plympton (I18316)
 
10137 Worthing Cemetery Dickens, John Warner (I18302)
 
10138 Wren was found in the 1860 census in Dayton, Green Lake, WI. Clarke, Wren Scott (I11538)
 
10139 writeup of marriage of Nelson Begg and Minnie Marjerrison, sent to me (Linda Tannis) by Erva Begg, 17 Oct 2000; and dated 18 Jul 1900.
Gravel Hill
A Very Pretty Wedding and Reception.
A very pleasant even took place at the residence of John Marjerrison, Gravel Hill on Wednesday evening, July 18, when his only daughter Margaret Minnie and W. Nelson Begg, eldest son of James Begg, were united in holy wedlock by Rev. Mr. Richards of Avonmore. A large number of guests were present. The bride was assisted by Miss Annie Rutley of Newington while the groom was supported by his cousin, John B. Crawford, Gravel Hill. The bride who was attired in a cream silk trimmed with applique, and carrying a superb boquet of bridal roses, looked very charming as she entered the room on her father's arm, followed by her bridesmaid who was dressed in white french organdie, trimmed with valienciennes lace, worn over pink. Shortly after the ceremony the numerous guests set down to a sumptuous wedding supper. Next day the parents of the groom gave a reception in honour of the bride, to which the bridesmaid and groomsman and immediate relatives of the happy pair were invited. Their many friends unite in best wishes for their happy future. The bride received many tokens of the love and esteem of her numerous friends. 
Begg, William Nelson (I2988)
 
10140 WWI Draft card showed him as single. Family F4659
 
10141 Wyatt was in the 1850 census and not in the 1860 census. Poe, Wyatt (I8328)
 
10142 YATES Dr. Allan James Yates, M.D., Ph.D, F.R.C.P., 67, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Pathology, died suddenly, August 3, 2010 traveling in the Arctic in East Greenland with his wife Charlotte. Born in Calgary, Alberta, he completed his medical and research training in Edmonton, Toronto and Montreal. In 1975, Dr Yates joined the faculty of The Ohio State University and had a distinguished career in the College of Medicine. As a renowned academic neuropathologist, he was widely respected for his diagnostic acumen and research in the pathobiology of brain tumors. He also directed the creation of the Integrated Biomedical Science Graduate Program and Medical Scientist Program; he viewed these achievements as his legacies in the College of Medicine. He was an avid SCUBA diver, hockey player, life-long learner, world traveler, and teacher. He will be greatly missed by his wife, Charlotte; his son, Robert and daughter-in-law, Nicole; his son, Brian; his sister, Donna Adelman and brother-in-law; Hy; and all his friends and colleagues. In lieu of flowers, you may contribute to Allan Yates Memorial Fund, OSU Medical Center Development, 660 Ackerman Road, PO Box 183112, Columbus, OH, 43218. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Sunday, August 22, 2010 at Advent Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3660 Kenny Rd., Upper Arlington, 43220 with Pastor William Saunders officiating. SCHOEDINGER NORTHWEST CHAPEL, 1740 Zollinger Road is assisting the family.
Published online in The Columbus Dispatch on August 19, 2010 
Yates, Allan James (I8136)
 
10143 year from headstone at Tayside McKercher, Janet Margaret (I7793)
 

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