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                      Descendents of John Thompson (1800 – 25 Aug 1888)
                          and Isabella Swan ( ca 1800 – 20 May 1851)

First Generation
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1. John Thompson. Born 1800 in Northumberland, Eng. Died 25 Aug 1888 in Harvey Settlement.
Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Occupation Teacher. Religion Presbyterian.
   Not sure if John Thompson had middle name "Stuart", unable to confirm.

  Copied from Cornhill Parish Marriage Register 1798-1850: "John Thompson of the Parish of Wooler
and Elizabeth Swan of this Parish were married in this Chapel by Banns with Consent of Parents this
twenty-ninth day of January in the Year One thousand eight hunderd and thirty-two by me, R. Jones.
  "This Marriage was solemnized between us: John Thompson, Isabella Swan
  "In the Presence of John Grey, Isabella Rogers, James Swan, Mary Thompson."

    Among the original settlers of Harvey, N.B., they sailed from Berwick-upon-Tweed on May 28, 1837
on board the brig "Cornelius of Sunderland" which carried coals, glass, etc. and 137 passengers. They
arrived at Saint John, N.B. on Wednesday, 12 July, and proceeded to Fredericton in the steamer, "Water
Witch".
   John received a land grant of 100 acres, Lot 9W, in Harvey Settlement. He had been educated as a
school teacher and served in this role when he came to the Harvey community. He served as Clerk of the
Session in the Presbyterian Church, and as an elder.
   They had ten children, three born in England and seven born in Harvey. Isabella died when the
youngest child was about two years old.

   Copied from New Brunswick Reporter and Fredericton Advertiser, Fredericton, 1 Sep 1888:
   The correspondent for the 'Courier' for Harvey writes: John Thompson departed this life at noon on
Saturday, and was carried to his long home on Monday. Mr Thompson was one of the first settlers and
had reached the 90th year of his age. He was the only teacher or schoolmaster in the settlement for quite
a length of time. There is only one person in the parish now living who can claim to have been born in
the seventeenth century, George Davidson, who was likewise one of the first of the Harvey settlers.

   The following is information gathered from research at the Provincial Archives of NB by Bruce Elliott,
summer 2004, and contained in an e-mail to J. Hall,dated 19 Aug 2004:
   "The first is Thompson's licence to teach school, in RS655 1844. On 2 Apr. 1838 he was approved by
the Board of Education for the County of York. In the minute of the meeting he was called a native of
the County of Northumberland, England, and it was said he had produced testimonials of "moral
character, religious principles and sober habits" and passed an examination in the 3 R's and English
grammar, and was granted a certificate as requested. A pity the testimonials were not placed on file. On
14 Oct. 1844 the trustees of schools for parish of Kingsclear certified that he had been teaching a school
in the Harvey Settlement there for many years with exemplary conduct, and currently enrolled 19 males
and 15 females; a renewal of his licence was approved 30 Dec. 1844.
   "Secondly, the Dunham & McDougall Family Collection (MC167) includes a letter from Thompson to
Jonathan McDougall who came to Stanley with the first party, but soon left. McDougall was said to have
been living in Gagetown
when he received this letter, but that is not apparent on the document itself. The file contains an
inaccurate typescript version, but my copy below is from the original which is also there. The transcriber
thought he had signed John C. Thompson, but there is no middle initial C, just a big
curl at the start of the T. of Thompson. The letter was actually written by the nephew and namesake



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because John had injured his hand. Note that he refers to his father-in-law back in England, alas not by
name. It would
appear that McDougall and Thompson might have known one another in the old country. If not, then
McDougall managed to hear of Thompson soon after his arrival and knew that he was a teacher. That
John had already heard the news of the death of McDougall's wife and sent word home, however,
suggests an old-country acquaintance. McDougall's first wife was a Mather from Northumberland,
though he himself was born in Scotland; a letter from McD's father-in-law in Otonobee Twp. near
Peterborough, Ontario was given to Trent University Archives there by the same donor who gave the
Thompson letter to PANB.

"Here is the text of the letter:
"Stanley Feby 1st
1838
My Dear Sir
I received your Letter stating that there is a Schoolmaster a wanting at the Place where you live but I
have made up my mind to go to Harvey's settlement along with my Countrymen who are anxious for me
to Settle amongst them and have offred a very advintageous proposal although I may expect to undergo
more privations for one year then in that you recommend me to I have also the offer of the Company
School at Stanley I have had a call of some of the
Supporters of Mr. Henry offering to send there Children to me if I would remain but there is no money
and things [offer?] a very gloomy aspect and are becoming mor so every day the people here condole
with you in the loss
of your Partner in life The news of her death reached us before I wrote to my Friends in England and I
took notice of it in my letter to my Father in law I feel grateful for your kindness in having me in your
mind and recommending me to the Subscribers of the situation referr'd to We are all
well but I am under the necessity of employing my Nephew to write this lettor on account of a severe
bruise in my hand you are expected up here in the spring there are several talking about clearing out in
the spring if the Company does not go on and there is little prospect as Cap Kendall is going home and
Cap Hayne is to be Commissioner in his stead my Wifes has her best respects to you
I am Sir
Yours Truly
John Thompson"

  Inscription on gravestone in Harvey Settlement Cemetery:
  JOHN / THOMPSON / DIED / AUG. 25, 1888 / AGED 89 YEARS / ALSO HIS WIFE / ISABELLA /
DIED / MAY 20, 1851 / AGED 50 YEARS / GONE BUT NOT / FORGOTTEN

   On reverse side of stone: MARY A. / DIED / JULY 11, 1899 / AGED 50 YEARS / DAUGHTER OF
/ J & I THOMPSON/ MARGARET / 1836 - 1928 / ROBERT / 1846 - 1929

  He married Isabella Swan, daughter of Henry Swan & Elizabeth Russell, 29 Jan 1832 in Cornhill
Parish Marriage Register 1798-1850, England. Born Approx 1800 in Northumberland, Eng. Died 20 May
1851 in Harvey Settlement. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Religion Presbyterian.
  They had the following children:
       2        i.     John T. Thompson
       3       ii.     Elizabeth Thompson
       4      iii.     Margaret Thompson
       5      iv.      Mary Ann Thompson
       6       v.      Isabel Thompson
       7      vi.      Henry Thompson


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 8    vii.   Thomas "James" Thompson
 9   viii.   Robert Thompson
10     ix.   Jane "Jennie" Thompson
11      x.   Alexander Swan Thompson




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Second Generation
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2. John T. Thompson. Son of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1833 in England. Died 11 May 1910 in
Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Occupation Farmer. Religion Presbyterian.
   John was first married to Margaret Rutherford, who died 11 Mar 1861, and had one son, Samuel, from the first
marriage. Second marriage was to Isabella Carmichael, and John and family lived on a farm in Tweedside.
   He first married Margaret Rutherford, daughter of Archibald Rutherford, 5 Jul 1860 in Harvey Settlement By Rev.
Samuel Johnson . Born in Scotland. Died 11 Mar 1861 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
   Margaret to came from Scotland in 1852 with her father and siblings.
  From York Co NB Marriage Register C 1850-1866 (PANB): Witnesses to marriage were Harvey Piercy and
Alison Rutherford.
   They had the following children:
      12          i.       Samuel Thompson

  He second married Isabella Carmichael, daughter of John Carmichael & Margaret Hume, 12 Apr 1865 in Harvey,
York Co. By Rev. Samuel Johnson . Born 1842 in Harvey. Christen 24 Dec 1843 in Harvey Settlement By Rev.
Daniel McCurdy . Died Jun 1916 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  York Co NB Marriage Register C 1850-1866 (PANB): Witnesses to marriage were James Carmichael and Mary
Ann Thompson.
  Church records indicate Isabella died of consumption.
  They had the following children:
      13          i.      Alexander Thompson
      14         ii.      Margaret Thompson
      15       iii.       Isabella Thompson
      16        iv.       Mary "Jane" Thompson
      17         v.       Robert H. Thompson
      18        vi.       James "Frederick" Thompson
      19       vii.       Angelina Thompson
      20      viii.       Harvey Thompson

3. Elizabeth Thompson. Daughter of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1834 in England. Died 4 Feb 1909 in
Brooklyn, NY. Buried 7 Jul 1909 in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
   She married John Pagan, 1 Sep 1862 in St. Paul's Church, Fredericton By Rev. Dr. John M. Brooke . Born 1840.
Died 6 Sep 1916. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
   From York Co NB Marriage Register C 1850-1866 (PANB): Witnesses to marriage were William Pagan and
Margaret Thompson.
   Elizabeth and John Pagan had six children, all born in Harvey. Later they lived in New York, and Elizabeth died
in Brooklyn, NY, and was buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery 7 Jul 1909.
   They had the following children:
       21          i.      William Henry Pagan
       22         ii.      John Thompson Pagan
       23       iii.       Harvey Pagan
       24        iv.       Isabella P. Pagan
       25         v.       Anna Mae Pagan
       26        vi.       Charles "Frederick" Herbert Pagan

4. Margaret Thompson. Daughter of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born Jun 1836 in England. Died 29 Mar
1928 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

   From newspaper obituary:
   Harvey Sta., April 3 (1928) -- The last direct link between Harvey and England was severed on March 29, when
Miss Margaret Thompson, the last survivor of the party of 25 families who left England in 1837 and settled soon
afterward in what is now the parish of Manners Sutton, passed away at her home here, at the age of 91 years.
   She was born in Northumberland County, England, near the Scottish border, in June 1836, and came to New
Brunswick next year with her parents, John and Isabella (Swan) Thompson. Her father was for years the village


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schoolmaster of Harvey.
   Excerpt from newspaper article - 9 Jun 1927--
   Six-Day Celebration to Mark 90th Anniversary of Founding of Settlement and Dedication of New Church. One
Original Settler Still Living.
  It is an interesting fact that Miss Margaret Thompson, aged 91 years, who is living today at Harvey, was a toddling
baby when the unsettled section was entered by the Scotch families and homes established. Naturally Miss
Thompson will be a central figure in the proposed Old Home Week of June.
   Miss Thompson, in a recent interview given a representative of the Telegraph-Journal, recalled interesting phases
of early life in Harvey. She stated that during those early days wild animals were frequent visitors to the settlement
and it was necessary for the men of the village to organize hunting parties to exterminate as many of the more
troublesome kind as possible or to drive them as far afield as possible in order to protest their stock.
   Supplies were sometimes very difficult to get, she said, and she remembered that one spring the little band of
settlers were obliged to live chiefly on honey and milk because it was impossible to get through to Fredericton to
procure food. A Mr Wilson and his boy used to go every week, when possible, to Fredericton to bring back food.
   Oxen were used for several years before horses were brought to the settlement.
   Speaking of the houses in which they lived in the early days, Miss Thompson stated hat the structures were about
12 feet wide and about 16 feet long and were built of spruce logs with bark on them. Each dwelling consisted of
only one room, and all the houses were built alike. The head boards of the beds and the posts were six feet high with
a curtain suspended from rings so that when one wished to retire he could secure privacy by pulling the curtains
around and closing in the occupant.
   For about 15 years the people were without a regular pastor and were accustomed to meet each Sabbath in the
different homes, when the elders read the sciptures and gave the sermons. This continued until the school was built.
Due to the scattered settlement it was necessary for the children to walk six miles to reach school before that time.
   Miss Thompson remarked that while her people had somewhat hard times in Harvey in those early days, it must be
remembered that they had left hard times in Scotland, where the women and children all worked and received the
equivalent of 10 cents per day for pulling turnips and doing other hard work about the farm.

5. Mary Ann Thompson. Daughter of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born Jul 1838 in Harvey. Died 11 Jul 1889
in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  Reputed to have been the first child born in Harvey Settlement. Unmarried.

6. Isabel Thompson. Daughter of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 3 Aug 1840 in Harvey. Christen 22 Aug
1940 in Harvey Settlement By Rev. Daniel McCurdy . Died 10 Jul 1930 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement
Cemetery.

   From unidentified newspaper clipping:
   DIED IN HARVEY
   Mrs Isabella Craig Dies Five Months After Her Husband in 90th Year
   Harvey, July 11 -- Mrs Isabella Craig, widow of Thomas Craig, who predeceased her by only five months, passed
away July 10th at her home at the advanced age of 89 years and 11 months. The deceased, who had been a life-long
member of the Presbyterian Church, leaves to mourn two sons, H. P., and J. T. Craig, one daughter, Mrs Alexander
Wilson, also fourteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
   Funeral services were conducted at home of deceased by Rev. G. E. Knight of Knox Presbyterian Church, assisted
by Rev. J. F. MacKay. The pall-bearers were Kay, William, Arthur and James Craig, Arden and Frank Wilson.
Interment in Harvey burying grounds.

  She married Thomas Frank Craig, son of Henry Craigs & Isabella Kay, 11 Jul 1866 in Harvey Settlement By Rev.
Samuel Johnson . Born 9 May 1841 in Harvey. Christen 30 May 1841 in Harvey Settlement By Rev. Daniel
McCurdy . Died 16 Feb 1930 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  Witnesses to marriage were John Howitt and Jane Thompson.
  Thomas lived all his life on the original grant of land granted to his father, Henry.

   From "Files of The Gleaner of 1887", reprinted 1937: "Mr Thomas Craig has the contract for carrying the mails
between Harvey and Brockway. He goes on the route the first of October. Mr Craig being prompt and careful in all
his undertakings will without doubt make a good carrier, and will get his mails through on time."


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   From newspaper obituaries - 1930:
   Thomas Craig
   Harvey Station, Feb. 17 -- The death of Thomas Craig occurred at his home in Manners Sutton yesterday morning
after an illness of some five weeks. Deceased, who was born in Manners Sutton on May 9, 1841, was the son of the
late Thomas and Isabel Kay Craig, of Berwick-on-Tweed, England, who were among the first Settlers at Harvey,
coming to this country in 1837. Deceased was a life-long Presbyterian.
   He is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Isabel Thompson, who was also the child of two Harvey Pioneers, the
late Mr and Mrs John Thompson, of Northumberland county, England, and three children, Henry P. Craig, John T.
Craig and Mrs Alexander Wilson, all of Manners Sutton, also 14 grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

   Died in Harvey
   Thomas Craig, One of the Oldest Residents, Passes Away After Short Illness.
   Harvey, N.B., Feb 19 -- The death of Thomas Craig, one of Harvey's oldest residents, occurred Sunday morning,
February 16, after a short illness. Deceased, who spent all his life in Harvey, is survived by his aged widow, two
sons, H.P. and J. T. Craig; one daughter, Mrs Alexander Wilson, all of Harvey; fourteen grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian Church, taking an active part in all church work,
for a period of eighteen years being a leader of the choir. The funeral was held Monday afternoon, a short service at
the house being conducted by Rev. G. E. Knight and Rev. J. H. McLean and in Knox Presbyterian Church by Rev.
G. E. Knight, where, in spite of the inclement weather, a large number met for the funeral service. The hymns sung
were, Asleep in Jesus; Peace, Perfect Peace, by the choir; and a solo, Going Down the Valley One by One, by Rev.
G. E. Knight. The pallbearers were six grandsons, Kay, Willie, Arthur and James Craig, Arden and Frank Wilson.
Interment was made in the Harvey burying ground.

  They had the following children:
     27           i.      Henrietta Elizabeth "Etta" Craig
     28          ii.      Henry Patterson Craig
     29        iii.       John Thompson Craig
     30         iv.       Annabella Craig
     31          v.       Thomas Frank Craig

7. Henry Thompson. Son of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1842 in Harvey. Christen 13 Nov 1842 in
Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy .
   Henry is reputed to have gone to the Black Hills of North Dakota, to have become an Indian scout, to have been a
personal friend of Buffalo Bill, and to have been killed by the Indians. (Documentation to verify this account has not
been found.)

8. Thomas "James" Thompson. Son of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1843/1844 in Harvey. Christen 23
Jun 1844 in Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy . Died 13 Jan 1913 in Harvey.
   From Daily Telegraph, 11 May 1872: "Married by Rev. Samuel Johnson, 8th ult., James Thompson, Harvey and
Miss Margaret Craig, Stanley (York Co.)"
   Witnesses to marriage were Robert Thompson and Margaret Craig.

   From newspaper item - undated:
   Family Reunion
   Six Sisters United For First Time in 40 Years at Family Reunion
  Stanley, Sep 30 -- A reunion of the family of the late Mr and Mrs James Thompson of Harvey, was held at the
residence of Mr and Mrs James Craig, Stanley, on Saturday, September 19th, James Craig being a brother of the late
Mrs Thompson and only surviving uncle of the family.
   Those of the family present were Mrs Ada McCann, Mrs Perry Thombs and Mrs Mary Smith all of Brownville
Junction, Maine; Mrs William Tant of Hanne, Alberta, Mrs William Maxwell and Mrs Russell R. Swan of Harvey
Station, NB.
   The scene of the reunion was the birthplace and childhood home of Margaret Thompson, nee Craig, the mother of
the six ladies who were reunited for the first time in forty years.


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He married Margaret "Maggie" Craig, daughter of Thomas Craigs & Margaret Reid, 8 May 1872 in Harvey By Rev.
Samuel Johnson . Born 4 Jan 1846 in Red Rock, NB. Died 5 Mar 1896 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement
Cemetery.

  At time of marriage, Maggie was living in Stanley.
  They had the following children:
      32          i.      Ada Bertha Thompson
      33         ii.      Annie J. Thompson
      34       iii.       Maretta Thompson
      35        iv.       Ella Jessie Thompson
      36         v.       Mary Thompson
      37        vi.       Thomas Thompson
      38       vii.       Margaret Jane "Maggie" Thompson
      39      viii.       Robert Leroy "Roy" Thompson

9. Robert Thompson. Son of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1845 in Harvey. Christen 28 Dec 1845 in
Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy. Died 1929 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
   Unmarried. Farmer in Harvey.

10. Jane "Jennie" Thompson. Daughter of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1 Aug 1847 in Harvey. Christen
22 Aug 1847 in Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy. Died 15 Jun 1926 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement
Cemetery.
  She married Peter Wood, son of Peter Wood & Mary Moffitt, 11 Jul 1877 in St. Paul's Church, Fredericton By
Rev. John M. Brooke . Born 30 Sep 1850 in Scotland. Died 8 Mar 1913 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement
Cemetery. Occupation Surveyor. Religion Presbyterian.
  Witnesses to marriage were Robert Thompson and Jessie C. Wood.
  From parochial registers of Eckford in Roxburghshire (Researched by Bruce Elliott, 2004): "1850 Peter Wood
Hedger Ormiston and Mary Moffat his wife their child Born 30th Sept 1850 and Bapt. Named Peter."

   Copied from newspaper obituary - 1913:
   Peter Wood
   Harvey Station, March 11 -- Peter Wood, sixty-three years old, died on Saturday at his home here from an attack
of heart trouble, complicated with asthma. For the past two years he had been suffering from asthma and was
confined to his home for the last month. He was the eldest son of the late Peter Wood, of Tweedside, and was a
native of England. He emigrated to this country while very young, with his father, who was a surveyor. The son also
learned the same profession. Mr Wood was very highly respected, being a man of kind disposition and upright in
character. He leaves a widow, who is a sister of Councillor Thompson, of this parish, and two daughters, Mrs Harry
Swan of McAdam and Mrs Frank Coburn, of this place; three sisters, Mrs Edward James and Mrs Jas. T. Swan of
Tweedside and Mrs Craig of McAdam, and one brother, George, of Tweedside, surviving him. The funeral took
place on Monday, being very largely attended. The service was conducted by Rev. M. J. Macpherson, of the
Presbyterian Church of which the deceased was a faithful member.

  Peter Wood Jr. died 8 Mar 1913, age 62 yrs. 5 mo. 8 days.
  They had the following children:
      40         i.       Lena Isabelle Wood
      41        ii.       Mary "Mayme" Wood

11. Alexander Swan Thompson. Son of John Thompson & Isabella Swan. Born 1849 in Harvey. Christen 13 May
1849 in Harvey By Rev. Daniel McCurdy. Occupation House Painter.
  He married Rebecca "Jane" Anderson, daughter of William H. Anderson Jr. & Lucy Ann, 3 Aug 1870 in
Fredericton, NB, By Peter Melville, Presbyterian Clergy . Born Approx 1849 in Fredericton, NB.
  Witnesses to marriage were Henry Doors and Fannie Thompson
  Jane Anderson was a daughter of William Anderson, and sister of Countess Ashburnham.
  They had the following children:


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42   i.   W. Arthur Thompson




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Third Generation
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12. Samuel Thompson. Son of John T. Thompson & Margaret Rutherford. Born 1861 in Harvey. Died 18 Jan 1918
in Harvey.
   Unmarried. Believed to be buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery, but no grave marker.

13. Alexander Thompson. Son of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 1865/1867 in Harvey. Died 9
Oct 1935 in Lincoln, Maine.
  He married Dora Tripp. Born 7 Jul 1881. Died 17 Aug 1934 in Lincoln, Maine.
  Alex and his family lived in Lincoln, Maine.
  They had the following children:
      43          i.      Marjorie Thompson
      44         ii.      Lyda Isabel Thompson
      45        iii.      Vernard Thompson

14. Margaret Thompson. Daughter of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 24 May 1868 in Harvey.
Died Jun 1942 in BC.
  She married John Wilson. Died Mar 1950 in BC.
  Margaret and her husband John Wilson lived in British Columbia, and had four children: Lottie, Ella, Bell and
David.
  They had the following children:
      46          i.      Lottie Wilson
      47         ii.      Ella Wilson
      48       iii.       Bell Wilson
      49        iv.       David Wilson

15. Isabella Thompson. Daughter of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 9 May 1870 in Harvey. Died
14 Nov 1960 in Torryburn, NB. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  Not married. Died 14 Nov 1960 at Mrs Smith's Convalescent Home, Torryburn.

16. Mary "Jane" Thompson. Daughter of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 1872/1873 in Harvey.
Died Mar 1934.
  Not married.

17. Robert H. Thompson. Son of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 1875 in Harvey. Died 12 Jan
1949. Occupation CPR, McAdam.
  Not married. Worked for the CPR in McAdam. Died 12 Jan 1949, age 73 years.

18. James "Frederick" Thompson. Son of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 1876/1877.
  Not married. No further information.

19. Angelina Thompson. Daughter of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 1878/1879 in Harvey.
  She married Arthur M. Tripp, 28 Aug 1907 in York Co., NB. Born in Penobscott, Maine.

20. Harvey Thompson. Son of John T. Thompson & Isabella Carmichael. Born 12 Aug 1880 in Harvey. Died 14
Mar 1963 in Harvey Community Hospital. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Occupation Farmer.
  He married Minnie May Christie, daughter of William James Christie & Elizabeth Jane Dorcas, 12 Jan 1920. Born
6 Oct 1895. Died 16 Nov 1947. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  Minnie died as a result of an accident.
  They lived on a farm in Tweedside.
  They had the following children:
      50          i.       Blanche Elizabeth Thompson
      51         ii.       Olive May Thompson
      52       iii.        Gordon William Thompson
      53        iv.        Gladys Isabell Thompson


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      54          v.       Stanley Alexander Thompson
      55         vi.       Harry Thompson
      56        vii.       Winnifred Elizabeth Thompson

21. William Henry Pagan. Son of John Pagan & Elizabeth Thompson. Born 29 Oct 1863 in Harvey. Died 11 Jul
1870 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

22. John Thompson Pagan. Son of John Pagan & Elizabeth Thompson. Born 8 Oct 1865 in Harvey.
  He married Lida, in Brooklyn, NY.

23. Harvey Pagan. Son of John Pagan & Elizabeth Thompson. Born 22 Sep 1867 in Harvey. Died Jun 1870 in
Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

24. Isabella P. Pagan. Daughter of John Pagan & Elizabeth Thompson. Born 6 Nov 1869 in Harvey. Died 26 Dec
1912 in Brooklyn, NY.
  She married George Young, in New York City.

25. Anna Mae Pagan. Daughter of John Pagan & Elizabeth Thompson. Born 1872 in Harvey. Died Nov 1872 in
Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

26. Charles "Frederick" Herbert Pagan. Son of John Pagan & Elizabeth Thompson. Born 20 Sep 1873 in Harvey.
  Fred was a Supreme Court Stenographer in New York in 1906.
  He married Annie Armbruster, in New York City.

27. Henrietta Elizabeth "Etta" Craig. Daughter of Thomas Frank Craig & Isabel Thompson. Born 11 Apr 1865 in
Harvey Settlement. Christen 23 Jun 1866 in Harvey Presbyterian Church. Died 13 Dec 1929 in Harvey. Buried in
Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

   From newspaper obituary - 1929:
   Died at Harvey
   Miss Henrietta E. Craig Passes Away Suddenly Afater Short Illness
   Harvey Station, Dec 31 -- The death of Miss Henrietta E. Craig, oldest child of Mr and Mrs Thomas Craig, of
Manners Sutton, occurred suddenly early Friday morning, Dec. 13th, after a short illness. Deceased, who had spent
all her life in Manners Sutton, is survived by her aged parents, two brothers, H. P. and John T. Craig, and one sister,
Mrs Alexander R. Wilson, all of whom reside at Harvey Station.
   The funeral was held Saturday afternoon, a short service at the house being conducted by Rev. G. E. Knight
assisted by Rev. J. H. McLean and in Knox Presbyterian Church by Rev. George E. Knight, where a large number of
friends and relatives met for a last look at one who was a friend to all who knew her. The hymns sung were Take
Comfort, Christian, and Forever With the Lord. The pallbearers were seven nephews of deceased, Arthur, James,
Kay and William Craig and Arden, Frank and Willis Wilson. Interment being made in Manners Sutton cemetery.

28. Henry Patterson Craig. Son of Thomas Frank Craig & Isabel Thompson. Born 28 May 1867 in Harvey
Settlement. Died 13 Apr 1952 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  Death date on gravestone in Harvey Settlement Cemetery is 13 Apr 1952, whereas death date in obituary is 14 Apr.
Not sure which is correct.

   From unidentified newspaper obituary:
   HENRY CRAIG
   Harvey Station -- The death of Henry P. Craig occurred at him home April 14, following an illness of a few weeks.
Mr Craig was in his 85th year, and was born in Harvey where he had spent his entire life. He was a member of Knox
Presbyterian Church, being an elder for 40 years.
   Predeceased by his wife Amelia, 16 years ago, he leaves to mourn two daughters, Mrs Thomas Craig of
Taymouth, and Mrs George Moffitt, Harvey and two sons, James of Fredericton and Arthur, at home.
   Prayers were held at the home followed by a service in Knox Presbyterian Church by Rev. Mr Sproule, pastor of
the church, assisted by Rev. John Rose, Pastor of Harvey United Church. Abide With Me, and Will There Be Any


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More Stars, favorite hymns of the deceased were sung by the choir. A solo, Resting, was sung by Mrs Little Little.
   Pall-bearers were two sons, James and Arthur Craig, Willis Wilson, Cay Craig, George Moffitt and Delbert Lister.
Interment was in Harvey Cemetery.

  He married Amelia Nesbit Swan, daughter of John "Jack" Swan & Mary Simpson Rutherford, 27 Jun 1894 in
Harvey, York Co., NB. Born 1 Sep 1876 in Harvey Sta. Died 18 Oct 1936 in Harvey Sta. Buried in Harvey
Settlement Cemetery. Occupation Housewife. Religion Presbyterian.

  From The Daily Telegraph, Saint John, 4 Jul 1894: Married at the residence of the bride's parents, Harvey (York
Co.) June 27th, by Rev. J. A. McLean, Henry Craig and Amelia M. Swan, eldest daughter of John Swan and
granddaughter of Postmaster Rutherford, Tweedside.

   From an unidentified newspaper obituary:
   DIED AT HARVEY
   Mrs H. P. Craig Well Known Woman Died After Four Months of Illness
   Harvey Station, Oct 23 -- The death of Mrs Henry P. Craig occurred at her home Sunday evening, Oct. 18th, after
four months illness, aged 60 years. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs Thomas Craig of Stanley and Mrs George
Moffitt, Harvey; two sons, Arthur and James Craig, Harvey; five grandsons; four brothers, Albert and Russell Swan,
Harvey; Harry, McAdam; George, Brownville Junction, Me.; and one sister, Mrs John E. Lister, Harvey.
   Mrs Craig was a life-long member of the Presbyterian Church, a member of the W.M.S. and took an active part in
all church work. She will be greatly missed by her family and a large circle of relatives and friends for her cheerful
and kindly disposition.
   The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon with prayers at the home at 2:30 and a very impressive service conducted
by Rev. R. J. Kirkland in Knox Presbyterian Church at 3 o'clock. The hymns were In the Sweet Bye and Bye and I
Want to Go There and a solo On the Resurrection Morn, sung by Mrs Kirkland. The pall-bearers were her two sons,
Arthur and James Craig, and four brothers, Albert, Russell, Harry and George Swan. Interment was made in the
Harvey Burying Ground.

  Henry P. and Amelia lived in Harvey and farmed on Lot #10, second tier. They had five children: Lottie, Lizzie,
Russell, Arthur and James.
  They had the following children:
      57           i.      Mary "Lottie" Isabell Craig
      58          ii.      Elizabeth Maude "Lizzie" Craig
      59         iii.      Russell S. Craig
      60         iv.       John Thomas "Arthur" Craig
      61          v.       James McLean Craig

29. John Thompson Craig. Son of Thomas Frank Craig & Isabel Thompson. Born 24 Jul 1869 in Harvey. Christen
26 Sep 1869 in Harvey Presbyterian Church. Died 1 Mar 1962 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
Occupation Farmer.
  Died 1 Mar 1962, age 92 yr 7 mo 5 days, at home.

   Obituary from the Daily Gleaner, March 1962:
   Senior Citizen Dies At Harvey
   Harvey Station (Special) -- Harvey Station lost one of its senior citizens when John Thompson Craig passed away
at his home. Mr Craig, who was 92, had lived his entire life in this community.
   He was married in 1896 to Janet McGowan, who with three daughters predeceased him. He leaves to mourn two
sons, Thomas Kay and William John both of Harvey, seven grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.
   An elder of the United Church of Canada, Mr Craig was honored last summer on the occasion of fifty-seven years
in this role. He also served for many years as Sunday School Superintendent and was a member of the church choir.
   Though blind for 15 years, he had been in good health, and maintained an unusually active interest in world and
community affairs.
    Funeral services were held from St. Andrew's United Church with Rev. W. L. Randall officiating, assisted by
Rev. S. R. Jackson. A wide circle of relatives and friends gathered to pay their last respects.
   Pallbearers were Arden Wilson, Willis Wilson, Arthur Craig, James Craig, Hollie Craig and Daniel Manzer.


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Interment was in the Harvey Cemetery.
   Attending the funeral from outside points were Mr and Mrs Daniel Manzer, Brownville Jct., Maine; Mr and Mrs
Avens Craig, Nashwaaksis; Mr and Mrs Murray Craig, Moncton; James Craig, Fredericton; Mr and Mrs Hollie
Craig, St. John; Mr and Mrs Ward Logan and Mrs John Black, Dumbarton Station.

  He married Janet "Jennie" McGowan, daughter of John McGowan & Jane "Jeanie" Little, 25 Nov 1896 in Harvey.
Born 11 Mar 1865 in Tweedside. Died 29 Mar 1940 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  They had the following children:
      62          i.      Janet McGowan Craig (Twin)
      63         ii.      Thomas "Kay" Craig (Twin)
      64       iii.       Olive Isabella Craig
      65        iv.       (Infant) Craig
      66         v.       Lila Margaret Craig
      67        vi.       William John Craig
      68       vii.       Ella Henrietta Craig

30. Annabella Craig. Daughter of Thomas Frank Craig & Isabel Thompson. Born 3 Jun 1872 in Harvey. Died 14
Sep 1955 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

   From newspaper obituary:
   Annabelle Wilson Buried at Harvey
   Harvey Station -- Mrs Annabelle Wilson, widow of Alex R. Wilson, passed away at her home after a lengthy
illness.
   A daughter of the late Thomas and Isabelle Craig she was 83 years of age and life long resident of Harvey. Her
husband predeceased her in February 1945. Mrs Wilson was a member of Knox Presbyterian Church and a regular
attendant before her illness.
   She is survived by three sons and three daughters: Arden and Willis Wilson, Harvey; Frank Wilson, Sagwa, NB;
Mrs Angus Swan; Mrs Irvine Little and Miss Annie Wilson, Harvey; five grandchildren, Shirley Wilson, Janice,
Sandra, Beverley and Vaughan Little; and one brother, John T. Craig, all of Harvey.
   Following a prayer service at her home the funeral was held from Knox Church and was conducted by Rev.
Howard Grace of St. Stephen. Charles Watson sang a favorite hymn, The Old Rugged Cross, and the choir of Knox
Church sang Beyond the Sunset and In the Beautiful Garden of Prayer.

 She married Alexander R. Wilson, son of Robert Wilson & Elizabeth "Betsy" Torrance, 14 Nov 1894 in Harvey.
Born 4 Aug 1870 in Harvey, York Co, NB. Died 5 Feb 1945 in VPH, Fredericton. Buried in Harvey Settlement
Cemetery. Occupation Farmer. Religion Presbyterian.
 They had the following children:
     69          i.      Robert "Arden" Wilson
     70         ii.      Thomas "Frank" Wilson
     71        iii.      Willis Hammond Wilson
     72        iv.       Mabel "Isabelle" Wilson
     73         v.       Annie Velma Wilson (Twin)
     74        vi.       Bessie Thelma Wilson (Twin)

31. Thomas Frank Craig. Son of Thomas Frank Craig & Isabel Thompson. Born 27 Jun 1875 in Harvey. Died 29
Mar 1879 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

  From Daily Telegraph, 9 Apr 1879:
  Died Harvey Settlement 29th ult., Thomas Frank Craig, youngest son of Thomas Craig and Isabella Craig, age 3
years, 9 mos.

32. Ada Bertha Thompson. Daughter of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 24 Sep
1872 in Harvey. Died 19 Apr 1969 in Brownville, Me.
  She married William Frederick "Fred" McCann, 1 Jun 1898 in York Co., NB . Born 13 Apr 1875 in St. Stephen.
Died 29 Mar 1924 in Brownville, Me. Occupation CPR In Brownville, Maine.


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  Fred was the son of William McCann and Margaret of St. Andrews, NB.
  Fred and Ada lived in Brownville, Maine, where Fred worked for the CPR.
  They had the following children:
      75          i.      William James McCann
      76         ii.      Margaret Magdelene McCann
      77        iii.      John F. "Jack" McCann

33. Annie J. Thompson. Daughter of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 16 Dec 1874
in Harvey. Died 27 Feb 1948 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
   She married William James Maxwell, 21 Dec 1900 in Charlotte Co., NB. Born 26 Oct 1852 in St. George. Died
14 Mar 1940 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

   Copied from newspaper obituary (undated) --
   Died Harvey Station
   William Maxwell, 88, Born at St. George, Lived at Harvey Station 20 years.
Harvey Station, N.B. March 22 -- The death occurred March 14th of William Maxwell, an aged and respected
citizen of this place. He was born in St. George, Charlotte County, 88 years ago where he spent most of his life until
about 20 years ago he came to Harvey to live.
   He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs Wellington Tracey of McAdam Junction and Mrs Thomas
McDowell of Pennfield; one son, James Maxwell of Harvey Station; five grandchildren and several nephews and
nieces.
   The funeral was held March 15th from his home and was largely attended. There were many beautiful floral
tributes from relatives and friends. Service was conducted by Rev. Allison McLean, of the Presbyterian Church.
Interment was in the Harvey cemetery.

  They had the following children:
     78          i.       James Moore Maxwell
     79         ii.       Gertrude Annie Maxwell
     80        iii.       Ada Mae Maxwell

34. Maretta Thompson. Daughter of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 13 May 1876
in Harvey. Died 15 Dec 1946 in Hanna, Alta.
   Maretta and her husband William Tant lived in Peace River District of B.C., and had one daughter, Doris. No
further information.

   From unidentified newspaper clipping:
   The death occurred in the Hanna Hospital on Thursday, Dec 15th of Mrs William Tant at the age of 71 years.
   Born in Harvey, NB, she came to Hanna with her husband in 1914 where the family have since made their home
with the exception of seven years residence at Sexsmith, Alta. The late Mrs Tant was a member of First United
Church, Morning Light Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, the Rebekah Lodge and took an active part in both
church and fraternal organizations.
   Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs Doris Simons of Edmonton and four sisters; Mrs Ada
McCann, Mrs Mary Smith, Mrs Maggie Thombs of Brownville Junction, Me., and Mrs Ella Swan of Harvey, NB.
   Funeral services were held from First United Church at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon with Rev. J. Edgar Clarke
officiating. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Whyte's Funeral Home. Interment took place in the Hanna
Cemetery.

  She married William Tant.
  They had the following children:
     81          i.       Doris Tant

35. Ella Jessie Thompson. Daughter of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 28 Apr 1877
in Harvey. Died 20 Nov 1967 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
   She married John "Russell" Rutherford Swan, son of John "Jack" Swan & Mary Simpson Rutherford, 9 Sep 1903
in York Co., NB. Born 8 Dec 1882 in Harvey Sta. Died 28 May 1964 in Orchard Nursing Home. Buried 30 May


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1964 in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.
  Russell died 28 May 1964, age 81 yr 5 mo 1 day, at Orchard Nursing Home. (Birth date given as 27 Dec 1882 in
funeral home records.)


  They had the following children:
     82           i.      John Robert Henry "Bert" Swan
     83          ii.      Gordon Thompson Swan
     84        iii.       Lawrence Russell Swan
     85         iv.       Herbert Smith Swan

36. Mary Thompson. Daughter of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 5 Sep 1878 in
Harvey. Died 13 Oct 1963.
  Mary lived in Brownville Jct., ME where she was the keeper of the Y after Herb's early death in an accident on the
CPR when he was quite young. No children.
  She married Herbert Edwin Smith, 18 Oct 1910 in York Co., NB.

37. Thomas Thompson. Son of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 1879 in Harvey.
Died 1880 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

38. Margaret Jane "Maggie" Thompson. Daughter of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig.
Born 5 Apr 1881 in Harvey. Died 17 Jan 1981 in Dover-Foxcroft, ME. Buried in Brownville, Maine.

   From an unidentified newspaper clipping:
   Margaret J. Thombs - Brownville Jct.
   Margaret J. Thombs, 99, widow of Perry F. Thombs, died in Dover-Foxcroft nursing home Jan 17, 1981. She was
born in Harvey Station, York County, NB, April 5, 1881, daughter of James and Margaret Thompson. She was
married in Milo June 28, 1905. She was a member of the Brownville Junction Methodist Church and the Methodist
Church Club; a charter member of the Women's Society for Christian Service; a past Matron and 50-year member of
the Echo Chapter of the Eastern Star, and a 60-year member of the Ladies Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Fireman and Engineers. She is survived by one son, Robert of Dexter; two daughters, Dorothy M. Robertson of
North Windham, Gladys H. Lutterell of Brownville Junction; seven grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren; one
great-great-grandson. She had been awarded the gold-headed cane as the oldest citizen of Brownville. Funeral
services will be held at 1 pm Tuesday at the Brownville Junction Methodist Church with the Rev. Ann Stead
officiating. Spring burial will be in the Pine Tree Cemetery. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm Monday at the
Lary Funeral Home, Milo. Friends who wish may send donations in her memory to the Brownville Junction
Methodist Church.

  She married Perry Fuller Thombs, 28 Jun 1905 in Milo, ME. Born 10 Sep 1879. Died 22 Jun 1965.
  Perry was the son of Warren R. Thombs and Henrietta Harmon. Perry and Margaret lived in Brownville, Maine.
  Maggie and Perry had four children: Bob, Maretta, Dorothy and Gladys.
  They had the following children:
      86          i.      Robert "Bob" Thombs
      87         ii.      Dorothy Thombs
      88        iii.      Gladys Thombs

39. Robert Leroy "Roy" Thompson. Son of Thomas "James" Thompson & Margaret "Maggie" Craig. Born 15
Feb 1893 in Harvey Station. Died Approx 1950. Buried in Brownville Jct, ME.
  Roy may have been adopted and/or a grandson. His birthdate was registered as Feb 15 but it may have been Sep
10 according to a family source.
  Roy lived in Newport, Vermont, and had one son, Raymond Thompson.

40. Lena Isabelle Wood. Daughter of Peter Wood & Jane "Jennie" Thompson. Born 22 Apr 1878. Died 30 Mar
1947 in Harvey York Co., NB. Occupation Postmistress. Religion Presbyterian.



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   Copied from newspaper obituary (1947) --
   Mrs Frank Coburn Died at Harvey
   Harvey Station, April 5 -- Many friends will learn with deep regret of the death of Mrs Frank Coburn, postmistress
at Harvey Sta., which occurred at her home on Sunday evening, March 30.
   Mrs Coburn, who had been in her usual health, suffered a severe heart attack on Thursday and despite constant
medical care, failed to rally. Her death came as a great shock to her family and friends. Before marriage she was
Miss Lena B. Wood, a daughter of Peter and Jane (Thompson) Wood of this place. She was a member of Knox
Presbyterian Church and an active member of the Sewing Circle and W.M.S. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs
Ross Coburn, Kentville, N.S.; two sons, Percy of Newport, Vermont, and Ralph Coburn, at home; one sister, Mrs
Harry Swan, McAdam, N.B. and five grandchildren and one great grandchild.
   Her husband predeceased her on March 30, 1941.

  She married John "Franklin" Chambers Coburn, son of John G. Coburn & Margaret Ann Nesbitt, 5 Sep 1900 in
Harvey Presbyterian Church, Harvey . Born 22 Mar 1874 in Harvey. Died 30 Mar 1941 in Harvey, York Co., NB .
  They had the following children:
     89           i.      Inez Antonetta Coburn
     90          ii.      John Percival "Percy" Coburn
     91        iii.       Peter Robert "Bertie" Coburn
     92         iv.       Ralph Wood Coburn

41. Mary "Mayme" Wood. Daughter of Peter Wood & Jane "Jennie" Thompson. Born 11 Nov 1885. Died 30 Sep
1967. Buried in Rockland Cemetery, McAdam.
  She married Henry Robert "Harry" Swan, son of John "Jack" Swan & Mary Simpson Rutherford, 10 Jul 1907 in
York Co., NB. Born 30 Apr 1885 in Manners Sutton, NB . Died 17 Jan 1970 in MacLean Memorial Hospital,
McAdam. Buried in Rockland Cemetery, McAdam. Occupation Machinist - Railroad.
  Harry and Mayme lived in McAdam, NB, and had one daughter, Velma.
  They had the following children:
      93         i.       Velma Doreen Swan

42. W. Arthur Thompson. Son of Alexander Swan Thompson & Rebecca "Jane" Anderson. Died Feb 1933 in
Sommerville, Mass.
  He married Kate MacKay.
  They had the following children:
     94          i.       Frederick A. Thompson

             Index
             **************************************************
             , Lida, spouse of                                22
             Anderson, Rebecca "Jane", spouse of              11
             Armbruster, Annie, spouse of                     26
             Carmichael, Isabella, spouse of                  2
             Christie, Minnie May, spouse of                  20
             Coburn, Inez Antonetta                           89
             Coburn, John "Franklin" Chambers, spouse of      40
             Coburn, John Percival "Percy"                    90
             Coburn, Peter Robert "Bertie"                    91
             Coburn, Ralph Wood                               92
             Craig, (Infant)                                  65
             Craig, Annabella                                 30
             Craig, Elizabeth Maude "Lizzie"                  58
             Craig, Ella Henrietta                            68
             Craig, Henrietta Elizabeth "Etta"                27
             Craig, Henry Patterson                           28
             Craig, James McLean                              61
             Craig, Janet McGowan                             62


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Craig, John Thomas "Arthur"                    60
Craig, John Thompson                           29
Craig, Lila Margaret                           66
Craig, Margaret "Maggie", spouse of            8
Craig, Mary "Lottie" Isabell                   57
Craig, Olive Isabella                          64
Craig, Russell S.                              59
Craig, Thomas "Kay"                            63
Craig, Thomas Frank                            31
Craig, Thomas Frank, spouse of                 6
Craig, William John                            67
MacKay, Kate, spouse of                        42
Maxwell, Ada Mae                               80
Maxwell, Gertrude Annie                        79
Maxwell, James Moore                           78
Maxwell, William James, spouse of              33
McCann, John F. "Jack"                         77
McCann, Margaret Magdelene                     76
McCann, William Frederick "Fred", spouse of    32
McCann, William James                          75
McGowan, Janet "Jennie", spouse of             29
Pagan, Anna Mae                                25
Pagan, Charles "Frederick" Herbert             26
Pagan, Harvey                                  23
Pagan, Isabella P.                             24
Pagan, John Thompson                           22
Pagan, John, spouse of                         3
Pagan, William Henry                           21
Rutherford, Margaret, spouse of                2
Smith, Herbert Edwin, spouse of                36
Swan, Amelia Nesbit, spouse of                 28
Swan, Gordon Thompson                          83
Swan, Henry Robert "Harry", spouse of          41
Swan, Herbert Smith                            85
Swan, Isabella, spouse of                      1
Swan, John "Russell" Rutherford, spouse of     35
Swan, John Robert Henry "Bert"                 82
Swan, Lawrence Russell                         84
Swan, Velma Doreen                             93
Tant, Doris                                    81
Tant, William, spouse of                       34
Thombs, Dorothy                                87
Thombs, Gladys                                 88
Thombs, Perry Fuller, spouse of                38
Thombs, Robert "Bob"                           86
Thompson, Ada Bertha                           32
Thompson, Alexander                            13
Thompson, Alexander Swan                       11
Thompson, Angelina                             19
Thompson, Annie J.                             33
Thompson, Blanche Elizabeth                    50
Thompson, Elizabeth                            3
Thompson, Ella Jessie                          35
Thompson, Frederick A.                         94
Thompson, Gladys Isabell                       53


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Thompson, Gordon William                      52
Thompson, Harry                               55
Thompson, Harvey                              20
Thompson, Henry                               7
Thompson, Isabel                              6
Thompson, Isabella                            15
Thompson, James "Frederick"                   18
Thompson, Jane "Jennie"                       10
Thompson, John                                1
Thompson, John T.                             2
Thompson, Lyda Isabel                         44
Thompson, Maretta                             34
Thompson, Margaret                            14
Thompson, Margaret                            4
Thompson, Margaret Jane "Maggie"              38
Thompson, Marjorie                            43
Thompson, Mary                                36
Thompson, Mary "Jane"                         16
Thompson, Mary Ann                            5
Thompson, Olive May                           51
Thompson, Robert                              9
Thompson, Robert H.                           17
Thompson, Robert Leroy "Roy"                  39
Thompson, Samuel                              12
Thompson, Stanley Alexander                   54
Thompson, Thomas                              37
Thompson, Thomas "James"                      8
Thompson, Vernard                             45
Thompson, W. Arthur                           42
Thompson, Winnifred Elizabeth                 56
Tripp, Arthur M., spouse of                   19
Tripp, Dora, spouse of                        13
Wilson, Alexander R., spouse of               30
Wilson, Annie Velma                           73
Wilson, Bell                                  48
Wilson, Bessie Thelma                         74
Wilson, David                                 49
Wilson, Ella                                  47
Wilson, John, spouse of                       14
Wilson, Lottie                                46
Wilson, Mabel "Isabelle"                      72
Wilson, Robert "Arden"                        69
Wilson, Thomas "Frank"                        70
Wilson, Willis Hammond                        71
Wood, Lena Isabelle                           40
Wood, Mary "Mayme"                            41
Wood, Peter, spouse of                        10
Young, George, spouse of                      24




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