William Stoddart Newell1

M, b. 22 August 1819, d. 1887
William Stoddart Newell|b. 22 Aug 1819\nd. 1887|p267.htm#i8095|Archelaus Henry Newell|b. 10 Aug 1781\nd. b 1838|p266.htm#i8092|Elizabeth Covel|b. 29 Jul 1787\nd. 1871|p268.htm#i8147|Henry Newell|b. 2 Mar 1755|p263.htm#i7985|Eunice Smith|b. 2 Mar 1760|p263.htm#i7982|Jonathan Covel|b. 5 Nov 1760\nd. 18 Feb 1812|p268.htm#i8148|Parnel Gardner|b. 12 Jan 1755\nd. 17 Feb 1824|p268.htm#i8149|
  • Name Variation: William Stoddart Newell was also known as Samuel Newell.5
  • Anecdote*: He sailed in fishing and coasting vessels before entering the West Indian trade. In 1855 he commanded the brigantine ELECTRIC which made a trip from Halifax to the West Indies. He was master of this and other vessels before becoming employed by the Troop firm of Saint John. He too ill in Souris PEI and died there.1
  • Name Variation: William Stoddart Newell was also known as William *Samuel* Newell.5
  • Name Variation: William Stoddart Newell was also known as William Newell.3
  • Marriage*: He married Huldah Crowell, daughter of Barry Crowell and Sarah Penney.2
  • Residence*: William Stoddart Newell and Huldah Crowell lived at Newellton, CSI, Shelburne Co, NS.2
  • Marriage*: William Stoddart Newell married Jane Smith.5
  • Birth*: William Stoddart Newell was born on 22 August 1819.6,3
  • He was the son of Archelaus Henry Newell and Elizabeth Covel.1,2,3,4
  • Birth-Var: Alternatively, William Stoddart Newell was born in 1820.2
  • Death*: He died in 1887 at Souris, PEI.1,2

Family 1: Jane Smith

Family 2: Huldah Crowell b. 22 Mar 1819

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 65.
  4. [S23] Margaret E. Messenger, Echoes.
  5. [S226] Ward Cunningham, "Ward Files", Ancestral File.
  6. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island, gives year only.

Hezekiah Newell1

M, b. 1 October 1793, d. 1850
Hezekiah Newell|b. 1 Oct 1793\nd. 1850|p267.htm#i8096|Henry Newell|b. 2 Mar 1755|p263.htm#i7985|Eunice Smith|b. 2 Mar 1760|p263.htm#i7982|Henry Newhall (of Boston)||p812.htm#i24752|Elizabeth Grouard||p812.htm#i24753|Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|

Family: Martha Nickerson b. 1794, d. Mar 1819

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 84.
  4. [S25] Margaret E. Messenger, Island.
  5. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 64.
  6. [S226] Ward Cunningham, "Ward Files", Ancestral File.

Zephaniah H. Newell1

M, b. 1829, d. 1911
Zephaniah H. Newell|b. 1829\nd. 1911|p267.htm#i8097|Hezekiah Newell|b. 1 Oct 1793\nd. 1850|p267.htm#i8096|Martha Nickerson|b. 1794\nd. Mar 1819|p281.htm#i8553|Henry Newell|b. 2 Mar 1755|p263.htm#i7985|Eunice Smith|b. 2 Mar 1760|p263.htm#i7982|Joshua Nickerson|b. 1763\nd. 1800|p280.htm#i8544|Tabitha Kendrick|b. 29 Jul 1766\nd. 1844|p3.htm#i67|
  • Residence*: Zephaniah H. Newell lived at Newellton, CSI, NS.1
  • Anecdote*: In 1877 he went to LaHave in ORION for a load of lumber. Captain Frank Smith, who was 20 at the time, was a member of the crew. When Zephaniah's son John moved to Boston, Captain Zephaniah went with him.1
  • Birth*: He was born in 1829.1
  • He was the son of Hezekiah Newell and Martha Nickerson.1,2
  • Death*: Zephaniah H. Newell died in 1911.1

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S25] Margaret E. Messenger, Island.

John G. Newell1,2

M, b. 1864, d. 1954
John G. Newell|b. 1864\nd. 1954|p267.htm#i8098|Zephaniah H. Newell|b. 1829\nd. 1911|p267.htm#i8097||||Hezekiah Newell|b. 1 Oct 1793\nd. 1850|p267.htm#i8096|Martha Nickerson|b. 1794\nd. Mar 1819|p281.htm#i8553|||||||
  • Residence*: John G. Newell lived at Boston, MA, US; When he moved to Boston from Newellton CSI NS, his father Zephaniah H. (#8097) moved with him.1
  • Birth*: He was born in 1864.3
  • He was the son of Zephaniah H. Newell.1
  • Marriage*: John G. Newell married Athalia Smith (of West Head) on 5 February 1895 at West Head, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS; by Elder William Halliday.3,2
  • Death*: John G. Newell died in 1954.3

Family: Athalia Smith (of West Head)

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S480] Yarmouth Times, various, n/a, 15 Feb 1895 issue.
  3. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.
  4. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable.

Moses Nickerson1

M, b. 28 December 1794
Moses Nickerson|b. 28 Dec 1794|p267.htm#i8099|Absalom Nickerson (of South Side)|b. 27 Sep 1767\nd. 3 Mar 1817|p3.htm#i70|Susan Nickerson|b. 1769|p3.htm#i71|Richard Nickerson|b. 3 Feb 1741\nd. 15 Nov 1774|p281.htm#i8556|Sarah Nickerson|b. 6 Oct 1748\nd. Mar 1828|p3.htm#i75|Gideon Nickerson|b. 14 Mar 1745\nd. 11 Oct 1811|p3.htm#i72|Sarah Bearse|b. 1745\nd. 24 Apr 1815|p3.htm#i73|

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 38.

Daniel Nickerson1

M
Daniel Nickerson||p267.htm#i8100|Moses Nickerson|b. 28 Dec 1794|p267.htm#i8099||||Absalom Nickerson (of South Side)|b. 27 Sep 1767\nd. 3 Mar 1817|p3.htm#i70|Susan Nickerson|b. 1769|p3.htm#i71|||||||

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.

Captain Daniel Nickerson1,2

M, b. 1860, d. 12 July 1900
Captain Daniel Nickerson|b. 1860\nd. 12 Jul 1900|p267.htm#i8101|Daniel Nickerson||p267.htm#i8100||||Moses Nickerson|b. 28 Dec 1794|p267.htm#i8099||||||||||
  • Occupation*: Captain Daniel Nickerson was employed as listed as a sea captain and farmer in the 1891 census. He was probably a master of fishing schooners.1
  • Marriage*: He married NN Crowell.2
  • Birth*: Captain Daniel Nickerson was born in 1860.1
  • He was the son of Daniel Nickerson.1
  • Death*: Captain Daniel Nickerson died on 12 July 1900 at South Side, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS; his obituary reads, "On Thursday last the death occurred at his home South Side, Cape Island, of Capt. Daniel Nickerson, resulting from a severe cold contracted about two weeks previously and developing into pneumonia. The funeral took place on Friday, Rev. G.M. Wilson, of Pubnico, by request preached the memorial sermon. He leaves a widow, daughter of the late Eleazar Crowell, Sr., 3 sons and 2 daughters."3,2

Family: NN Crowell

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S485] Yarmouth Times, 16 Mar 1900 - 6 Jan 1903, n/a, 14 Jul 1900 edition.
  3. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island, gives year only.

John E. Nickerson1

M
John E. Nickerson||p267.htm#i8102|Phineas Nickerson|b. 10 Jul 1806\nd. 12 May 1898|p1.htm#i26|Jane Vincent Smith|b. 7 Oct 1808\nd. 13 Aug 1890|p1.htm#i27|John Nickerson III|b. 1772\nd. 1820|p2.htm#i56|Dorothy James|b. c 1776\nd. 5 Oct 1870|p2.htm#i57|John O. Smith|b. 6 Jul 1777\nd. 16 Aug 1823|p3.htm#i62|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 13 Jul 1783\nd. 6 Feb 1866|p3.htm#i63|

Family:

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.

Mortimer Nickerson1

M, b. circa 1875
Mortimer Nickerson|b. c 1875|p267.htm#i8103|John E. Nickerson||p267.htm#i8102||||Phineas Nickerson|b. 10 Jul 1806\nd. 12 May 1898|p1.htm#i26|Jane V. Smith|b. 7 Oct 1808\nd. 13 Aug 1890|p1.htm#i27|||||||
  • Birth*: Mortimer Nickerson was born circa 1875 at Clark's Harbour, CSI, NS.1
  • He was the son of John E. Nickerson.1
  • Occupation*: Mortimer Nickerson was employed circa 1938 as in command of the yacht MARAVAL which stopped overnight in Clark's Harbour on the way to Labrador where the yacht was to be used as a hospital by the Grenfell Mission. He was later a manager of the Ross Tow Boat Company.1

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.

Lombard Nickerson1

M
Lombard Nickerson||p267.htm#i8104|Gideon Nickerson|b. 14 Mar 1745\nd. 11 Oct 1811|p3.htm#i72|Sarah Bearse|b. 1745\nd. 24 Apr 1815|p3.htm#i73|William Nickerson|b. 15 May 1701\nd. Feb 1763|p4.htm#i108|Sarah Covell|b. c 1706\nd. b 22 Nov 1790|p4.htm#i109|Benjamin Bearse II (of Chatham)|b. 26 Mar 1710\nd. 16 Oct 1755|p5.htm#i143|Jane Collins|b. c 1717\nd. 16 Aug 1768|p5.htm#i144|
  • Lombard Nickerson is the son of Gideon Nickerson and Sarah Bearse.1
  • Anecdote*: The records of the early Free Will Baptist Church rcords his disputes with his neighbours Mercy Doty and Robert Brown. He was twice dismissed from the church in this regard, and twice reinstated. The Rev. Asa McGray seems to have thought well of him, and 1827 meeting records show him saying, "Sum Suspicion Being in the Minds of Sum of the Church that elder McGray Spake tow much in Favour of Lumber Nickerson was Settled to the Satisfaction of the Church."2
  • Name Variation: Lombard Nickerson was also known as Lumber Nickerson.3
  • Marriage*: He married Ruth Atwood, daughter of Joseph Atwood and Susanna Smith.4,5

Family: Ruth Atwood b. 10 Oct 1775

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S25] Margaret E. Messenger, Island.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 49.
  4. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  5. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 49, no maiden name given.

Joshua Nickerson1

M, b. 2 October 1800
Joshua Nickerson|b. 2 Oct 1800|p267.htm#i8105|Lombard Nickerson||p267.htm#i8104|Ruth Atwood|b. 10 Oct 1775|p279.htm#i8504|Gideon Nickerson|b. 14 Mar 1745\nd. 11 Oct 1811|p3.htm#i72|Sarah Bearse|b. 1745\nd. 24 Apr 1815|p3.htm#i73|Joseph Atwood|b. 1749\nd. 28 Sep 1833|p263.htm#i7984|Susanna Smith|b. 1753\nd. 1838|p263.htm#i7981|

Family: Rebecca Ross b. 17 Sep 1804

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 49.
  3. [S25] Margaret E. Messenger, Island, no date or officiant given.
  4. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 89.
  5. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.

William Nickerson1

M, b. circa 1840
William Nickerson|b. c 1840|p267.htm#i8106|Joshua Nickerson|b. 2 Oct 1800|p267.htm#i8105|Rebecca Ross|b. 17 Sep 1804|p279.htm#i8508|Lombard Nickerson||p267.htm#i8104|Ruth Atwood|b. 10 Oct 1775|p279.htm#i8504|Thomas Ross|b. 1774\nd. c 21 Feb 1849|p271.htm#i8237|Abigail Nickerson|b. 1786\nd. 1860|p280.htm#i8537|
  • Anecdote*: Early in life he began sailing from Halifax. Capable and industrious, he wa employed by Captain nehemiah McGray in 1863 as second mate fot eh new barque HELENA. For some time he sailed on ships owned by the Coffins. He then bought a small schooner and used it in the coasting rade. After selling her, he sailed a Halifax brigantine to the West Indies for many years. Captain Arthur McGray referred to him as "one of the hustling ship-masters sailing out of Halifax in 1899". He may be the William Nickerson listed in the 1901 Census as head of household 65 family 73.1,4
  • Marriage*: William Nickerson married Jedidah Ross, daughter of George Ross and Mary Jane Swim.2
  • Birth*: William Nickerson was born circa 1840 at NE Point, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.1
  • He was the son of Joshua Nickerson and Rebecca Ross.1,2,3

Family: Jedidah Ross b. c 1854

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.
  3. [S25] Margaret E. Messenger, Island.
  4. [S39] 1901 unknown record type, unknown repository address.

Deacon Reuben Smith1,2

M, b. 15 December 1792, d. 14 December 1869
Deacon Reuben Smith|b. 15 Dec 1792\nd. 14 Dec 1869|p267.htm#i8107|James Smith|b. 6 Oct 1762\nd. 29 May 1842|p3.htm#i66|Sarah Wilson|d. 29 May 1800|p282.htm#i8602|Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|Henry Wilson||p783.htm#i23858|Sarah Chase|b. 26 Sep 1737|p783.htm#i23857|
  • Anecdote*: He was one of the first 2 settlers at West Head, Cape Sable Island. His house is still standing [1984] and until a short time ago was occuped by Earle Nickerson.5,6
  • Anecdote: Source 22 gives mother as Tabitha Kendrick, but he was born before Sarah Wilson died, so is probably hers.
  • Name Variation: Deacon Reuben Smith was also known as Reubin Smith.7
  • Birth*: He was born on 15 December 1792.8,7,4,9
  • He was the son of James Smith and Sarah Wilson.1,3,4,2
  • Marriage*: Deacon Reuben Smith married Deborah Covel, daughter of Jonathan Covel and Parnel Gardner, on 24 January 1815 ; by S.O. Doane, 1st m. for Reuben.10,11,12,2
  • Burial*: Deacon Reuben Smith was buried in 1869 at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.2
  • Death-Var: Alternatively, Deacon Reuben Smith died on 14 September 1869.13,14
  • Death*: He died on 14 December 1869 at age 76.7

Family: Deborah Covel b. 2 Sep 1797, d. 27 Dec 1855

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 10.
  5. [S23] Margaret E. Messenger, Echoes.
  6. [S27] Margaret E. Messenger, Island town.
  7. [S218] Nickerson Bible.
  8. [S87] Unknown compiler, gives year only.
  9. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address, gives year only.
  10. [S23] Margaret E. Messenger, Echoes, no date given.
  11. [S87] Unknown compiler, no date given.
  12. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 54.
  13. [S226] Ward Cunningham, "Ward Files", Ancestral File.
  14. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address, ae. 76.
  15. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.

Captain Alfred Kimball Smith1,2

M, b. 1827, d. 2 September 1906
Captain Alfred Kimball Smith|b. 1827\nd. 2 Sep 1906|p267.htm#i8108|Deacon Reuben Smith|b. 15 Dec 1792\nd. 14 Dec 1869|p267.htm#i8107|Deborah Covel|b. 2 Sep 1797\nd. 27 Dec 1855|p269.htm#i8171|James Smith|b. 6 Oct 1762\nd. 29 May 1842|p3.htm#i66|Sarah Wilson|d. 29 May 1800|p282.htm#i8602|Jonathan Covel|b. 5 Nov 1760\nd. 18 Feb 1812|p268.htm#i8148|Parnel Gardner|b. 12 Jan 1755\nd. 17 Feb 1824|p268.htm#i8149|
  • Anecdote*: He sailed for many years in NB ships, being given a position of command when he was only 25. he was engaged mainly in the trans Atlantic and River Platte trades. He retired about 1886 and was later instrumental in having a lighthouse and fog whislte erected hear his home at West Head. Harvey Nickerson made several trips in the brig HOWARD under him, freighting lumber to Welsh and US ports. The 1901 census showed him as a data collector earning $200 a year from that occupation. It also showed him as head of household (house 17, family 19), of English race, of Canadian nationality, and Free Baptist religion.1,4
  • Name Variation: Captain Alfred Kimball Smith was also known as Alfred Kimbald Smith.3
  • Marriage*: He married Nancy J. (?).5
  • Birth*: Captain Alfred Kimball Smith was born in 1827.1
  • He was the son of Deacon Reuben Smith and Deborah Covel.1,3
  • Birth: Captain Alfred Kimball Smith was born on 2 July 1828 at NS.4,6
  • Burial*: He was buried in 1906 at Oakvale Cemetery, Clarks Harbour, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.5
  • Death*: He died on 2 September 1906; ae. 78.1,5

Family: Nancy J. (?) b. 7 Jun 1830, d. 24 Jun 1907

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 54.
  4. [S38] 1881 unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  5. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  6. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 54, no location given.

Joseph Atwood Smith1,2

M, b. 19 September 1802, d. 18 February 1872
Joseph Atwood Smith|b. 19 Sep 1802\nd. 18 Feb 1872|p267.htm#i8109|Archelaus Smith ,Jr.|b. 19 Aug 1766\nd. Feb 1836|p263.htm#i7983|Patience Hamilton (of Cape Cod)|b. 1766\nd. 1854|p263.htm#i7989|Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|Thomas Hamilton|b. 14 Sep 1739|p781.htm#i23794|Ruhamah Doane||p795.htm#i24228|

Family 1: Abigail Smith b. 1802

Family 2: Ruth Carpenter McGray b. 9 Mar 1805, d. 10 Apr 1868

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 59.
  4. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 90, no location given.
  5. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  6. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 90.
  7. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.

Joseph Smith1

M, b. 14 September 1836, d. 12 December 1877
Joseph Smith|b. 14 Sep 1836\nd. 12 Dec 1877|p267.htm#i8110|Joseph Atwood Smith|b. 19 Sep 1802\nd. 18 Feb 1872|p267.htm#i8109|Ruth Carpenter McGray|b. 9 Mar 1805\nd. 10 Apr 1868|p302.htm#i9215|Archelaus Smith ,Jr.|b. 19 Aug 1766\nd. Feb 1836|p263.htm#i7983|Patience Hamilton (of Cape Cod)|b. 1766\nd. 1854|p263.htm#i7989|Asa McGray|b. 18 Sep 1780\nd. 30 Dec 1843|p827.htm#i25241|Susanna Stoddard|b. 15 May 1783\nd. 17 Apr 1864|p827.htm#i25242|
  • Residence: Joseph Smith lived at NE Point, CSI, NS.1
  • Occupation*: He was employed as captain of a fishing vessel that made trips to the Grand Banks.1
  • Residence*: He lived at West Head, CSI, NS.1
  • Birth*: He was born on 14 September 1836 at Barrington, Shelburne Co, NS.1,2,5,6
  • He was the son of Joseph Atwood Smith and Ruth Carpenter McGray.1,2,3,4
  • Birth-Var: Alternatively, Joseph Smith was born on 14 September 1837.4
  • Marriage*: He married Isabella Smith, daughter of William *Placeway* Smith and Sarah Ann Crowell, on 23 January 1861 ; they were 2nd cousins.2,6,7
  • Address*: As of 1877, Joseph Smith lived at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.4
  • Death*: He died on 12 December 1877 at age 41.1,2,6,4

Family: Isabella Smith b. 24 Sep 1838, d. 16 Sep 1917

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 90.
  4. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  5. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 90, no location given.
  6. [S226] Ward Cunningham, "Ward Files", Ancestral File.
  7. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address, gives age as 69.

Captain Avard Longley Smith1,2,3

M, b. 19 October 1861, d. 9 July 1937
Captain Avard Longley Smith|b. 19 Oct 1861\nd. 9 Jul 1937|p267.htm#i8111|Joseph Smith|b. 14 Sep 1836\nd. 12 Dec 1877|p267.htm#i8110|Isabella Smith|b. 24 Sep 1838\nd. 16 Sep 1917|p1539.htm#i46870|Joseph A. Smith|b. 19 Sep 1802\nd. 18 Feb 1872|p267.htm#i8109|Ruth C. McGray|b. 9 Mar 1805\nd. 10 Apr 1868|p302.htm#i9215|William *. Smith|b. 24 Jul 1815\nd. 24 Jan 1875|p826.htm#i25209|Sarah A. Crowell|b. 21 Feb 1816\nd. 24 Jun 1898|p827.htm#i25231|
  • Anecdote*: He went fishing with his father when he was about 12. At one time he was dory mate with Moses H. Nickerson (#8099?) who, he said, fished with a book in one hand and a fishing line in the other. As a captain, he went trapping near Cape Cod with a crew of five or six, mostly men from NE Point and Centreville. When he retired, he came home to Centreville to live.1
  • Anecdote*: Source 480 gives them a son born 14 Aug 1894 at Centreville, Cape Sable Island, NS. More reserach is required.3
  • Birth*: Captain Avard Longley Smith was born on 19 October 1861.1,2,4
  • He was the son of Joseph Smith and Isabella Smith.1,2
  • Marriage*: Captain Avard Longley Smith married Abigail M. Smith, daughter of Doane Smith and Louisa Atkinson, in 1886 at Newellton, CSI, Shelburne co, NS.2,4
  • Death-Var: Alternatively, Captain Avard Longley Smith died in 1927.2
  • Burial*: He was buried in 1937 at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.4
  • Death*: He died on 9 July 1937 at age 75.1,4

Family: Abigail M. Smith b. 1866, d. 5 Oct 1943

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S480] Yarmouth Times, various, n/a, 24 Aug 1894 issue.
  4. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  5. [S475] Yarmouth Times, various, various, 4 Aug 1888 issue.

Walter Larkin Smith1,2

M, b. 29 May 1810, d. February 1853
Walter Larkin Smith|b. 29 May 1810\nd. Feb 1853|p267.htm#i8112|Stephen Smith|b. 15 Dec 1764\nd. 23 May 1826|p263.htm#i7986|Mary Larkin|b. 9 Sep 1779\nd. 1850|p263.htm#i7988|Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|Walter Larkin||p813.htm#i24770|Elizabeth Gilford||p813.htm#i24771|
  • Birth*: Walter Larkin Smith was born on 29 May 1810 at Barrington Township, Shelburne Co, NS.2,4
  • He was the son of Stephen Smith and Mary Larkin.1,3,2
  • Marriage*: Walter Larkin Smith married Louisa Kenney, daughter of James Kenney and Elizabeth McLaren, on 18 December 1834 ; by Revd Asa McGray.5,6
  • Death*: Walter Larkin Smith died in February 1853 at age 42.2

Family 1: Louisa Kenney b. 25 Apr 1815, d. 1908

Family 2:

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 44.
  4. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 44, no location given.
  5. [S87] Unknown compiler, no officiant given.
  6. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, 3 Apr 1996 addendum.
  7. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable.
  8. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Captain Enos Collins Smith1

M, b. 28 July 1837, d. 10 December 1905
Captain Enos Collins Smith|b. 28 Jul 1837\nd. 10 Dec 1905|p267.htm#i8113|Walter Larkin Smith|b. 29 May 1810\nd. Feb 1853|p267.htm#i8112|Louisa Kenney|b. 25 Apr 1815\nd. 1908|p827.htm#i25237|Stephen Smith|b. 15 Dec 1764\nd. 23 May 1826|p263.htm#i7986|Mary Larkin|b. 9 Sep 1779\nd. 1850|p263.htm#i7988|James Kenney||p843.htm#i25717|Elizabeth McLaren||p843.htm#i25718|
  • Anecdote*: He began sailing in the foreign trade in NB ships, reaching command while employed by the Thompsons of Dorchester NB. When this firm built MATILDA C. SMITH (named in honour of Enos' wife), he acquired a financial interest in it. For many years he was her master and his family sailed with him much of the time. In the mid 1880s he sold his share and came home to farm. He became president of the Agricultural Society, entered into community activities, and was keenly interested in politics. After about ten years of farming he returned to seafaring and took command of BIRNAM WOOD, owned by the Thompsons of Dorchester NB. He sailed for a few more years before retiring due to ill health. The 1871 census shows him on Cape Sable Island, Ship Master, aged 33, born NS in 1838, English ethnicity, Presbyterian. The 1881 census shows him married, male, English ethnicity, aged 43, born NS, Master Mariner, Free Will Baptist.1,5,6
  • Birth*: Captain Enos Collins Smith was born on 28 July 1837.1,2,5,7
  • He was the son of Walter Larkin Smith and Louisa Kenney.1,2,3,4
  • Birth-Var: Alternatively, Captain Enos Collins Smith was born in 1838.6
  • Marriage*: He married Matilda C. Cunningham, daughter of Captain William Cunningham , Jr. and Matilda Fiske, on 21 December 1864 ; by Rev M.G. Henry, by licence, he aged 27, she aged 18, both residing at Cape Sable Island.8,9,10,3,11,4
  • Death*: Captain Enos Collins Smith died on 10 December 1905 at age 68; ae. 68.1,2,7,12,4
  • Burial*: He was buried on 12 December 1905 at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.13,4

Family: Matilda C. Cunningham b. 1846, d. 9 Sep 1926

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable.
  4. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  5. [S38] 1881 unknown record type, unknown repository address, p. 20.
  6. [S139] 1871 unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  7. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable, gives year only.
  8. [S87] Unknown compiler, no date given.
  9. [S139] 1871 unknown record type, unknown repository address, no date given.
  10. [S38] 1881 unknown record type, unknown repository address, p. 20, no date given.
  11. [S209] Barrington BMD, none: p. 1, no. 7.
  12. [S209] Barrington BMD, none: p. 37, aged 68, residing in Centreville, Cape Island.
  13. [S209] Barrington BMD, none: p. 37.

Charles Frederick Smith1

M, b. 1865, d. June 1921
Charles Frederick Smith|b. 1865\nd. Jun 1921|p267.htm#i8114|Captain Enos Collins Smith|b. 28 Jul 1837\nd. 10 Dec 1905|p267.htm#i8113|Matilda C. Cunningham|b. 1846\nd. 9 Sep 1926|p843.htm#i25734|Walter L. Smith|b. 29 May 1810\nd. Feb 1853|p267.htm#i8112|Louisa Kenney|b. 25 Apr 1815\nd. 1908|p827.htm#i25237|Captain William Cunningham , Jr.|b. 9 Jun 1819\nd. 10 Feb 1860|p266.htm#i8073|Matilda Fiske|b. 26 Sep 1819\nd. 2 Feb 1904|p282.htm#i8590|
  • Residence*: Charles Frederick Smith lived at Everett, MA, US.1
  • Anecdote*: He fist sent to sea in square riggers commanded by his father. On MATILDA C. SMITH, named for his mother, he served as second mate. In 1887 when the S.S. YARMOUTH was placed on the Yarmouth Boston route, he was quartermaster. He later went into service withe the Metropolitan Steamship Company of Boston, and for a number of years was master of the S.S. PARTHIAN in the Boston Philadelphia passenger and freight service. In 1902 a huge floating dry dock was built at Newport News VA for installation at the New Orleans Navy Yard LA. When nobody wanted to job because it was to hard, the secretary of the Navy, who was from MA, consulted with Captain Smith. His plan was accepted and his completion of the towing hailed as a noteworty achievement. He contined as master of commercial steamships until about 1927 when he entered the US Naval Reserve Forces as LCdr. After the war he returned to commercial enterprises, and his last command was S.S. MOUNT CARROLL, enageged in passenger and freight srvice to Hamburg GE. In Jun 1921 as they were starting home, he went to his cabin feeling unwell. he did not return to the bridge, having died in his cabin. The 1871 census shows him on Cape Sable Island, born 1866 in NS, aged 5, English ethnicity, Presbyterian. The 1881 census shows him male, English ethnicity, aged 15, born NS, Mariner, Free Will Baptist.1,3,4
  • Birth*: He was born in 1865.1
  • He was the son of Captain Enos Collins Smith and Matilda C. Cunningham.1,2,3,4
  • Birth-Var: Alternatively, Charles Frederick Smith was born in 1866 at NS.3,4
  • Death*: He died in June 1921; of a heart attack, while at sea.1

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S38] 1881 unknown record type, unknown repository address, p. 20.
  4. [S139] 1871 unknown record type, unknown repository address.

Matilda C. Smith1

F
Matilda C. Smith||p267.htm#i8115|Stewart Smith|b. 15 Mar 1812\nd. 1860|p268.htm#i8130|Keziah Gardner|b. 9 Jun 1813|p560.htm#i17033|Archelaus Smith ,Jr.|b. 19 Aug 1766\nd. Feb 1836|p263.htm#i7983|Patience Hamilton (of Cape Cod)|b. 1766\nd. 1854|p263.htm#i7989|Gorham Gardner|b. 27 Jun 1787\nd. 12 Aug 1823|p1257.htm#i38351|Elizabeth Dexter||p1257.htm#i38352|

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S50] SSN Index.

Seth Smith1

M, b. 5 May 1793, d. 9 February 1871
Seth Smith|b. 5 May 1793\nd. 9 Feb 1871|p267.htm#i8116|Stephen Smith|b. 15 Dec 1764\nd. 23 May 1826|p263.htm#i7986||||Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|||||||
  • Birth*: Seth Smith was born on 5 May 1793.2
  • He was the son of Stephen Smith.1,2
  • Marriage*: Seth Smith married Anna Larkin, daughter of Benjamin Larkin and Sarah Sollows, on 23 March 1815 at Argyle, Yarmouth Co, NS; by Mr Towner.3,4
  • Death*: Seth Smith died on 9 February 1871 at age 77.2

Family: Anna Larkin b. 10 Jan 1797, d. 1869

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S87] Unknown compiler, no location given.
  4. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 45.
  5. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  6. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable.
  7. [S24] Margaret E. Messenger, Bygone Days.

Seth Smith , Jr.1,2

M, b. 23 December 1823, d. 10 August 1910
Seth Smith , Jr.|b. 23 Dec 1823\nd. 10 Aug 1910|p267.htm#i8117|Seth Smith|b. 5 May 1793\nd. 9 Feb 1871|p267.htm#i8116|Anna Larkin|b. 10 Jan 1797\nd. 1869|p827.htm#i25228|Stephen Smith|b. 15 Dec 1764\nd. 23 May 1826|p263.htm#i7986||||Benjamin Larkin||p827.htm#i25229|Sarah Sollows||p827.htm#i25230|
  • Father*: Seth Smith1,2,3,4 b. 5 May 1793, d. 9 Feb 1871
  • Mother*: Anna Larkin2,3,4 b. 10 Jan 1797, d. 1869
  • Residence*: Seth Smith , Jr. lived at Centreville, CSI, NS.1
  • Occupation*: He was employed as mate under his brother Isaac N. Smith (#8129) for several years before becoming deputy collector of customs at CSI and settling in Centreville.1
  • Marriage*: He married Athalia Kendrick, daughter of Joseph Kendrick and Rachel Swim, ; 3rd m. for Seth.5,2,4
  • Marriage*: Seth Smith , Jr. married Sarah McGray Kenney, daughter of James Kenney and Elizabeth McLaren, ; 1st m. for Seth, he her widower.2
  • Birth*: Seth Smith , Jr. was born on 23 December 1823 at Barrington, Shelburne Co, NS.2,6,4
  • He was the son of Seth Smith and Anna Larkin.1,2,3,4
  • Marriage*: Seth Smith , Jr. married Susan Marie McGray, daughter of Asa Turner McGray and Eliza Ann Doane, in 1856 ; 2nd m. for Seth.2,7
  • Burial*: Seth Smith , Jr. was buried in 1910 at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.4
  • Death*: He died on 10 August 1910 at Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS, at age 86.2,4

Family 1: Sarah McGray Kenney b. 10 Mar 1822, d. bt 1850 - 1851

Family 2: Athalia Kendrick b. 1 Sep 1833, d. 17 Nov 1918

Family 3: Susan Marie McGray b. 9 Dec 1834, d. 30 Jun 1880

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 45.
  4. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  5. [S26] Margaret E. Messenger, People.
  6. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 45, no location given.
  7. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address, given as 1st m. for Seth.

Edgar Oliver Smith1

M, b. 3 January 1861, d. 2 January 1917
Edgar Oliver Smith|b. 3 Jan 1861\nd. 2 Jan 1917|p267.htm#i8118|Seth Smith , Jr.|b. 23 Dec 1823\nd. 10 Aug 1910|p267.htm#i8117|Susan Marie McGray|b. 9 Dec 1834\nd. 30 Jun 1880|p843.htm#i25724|Seth Smith|b. 5 May 1793\nd. 9 Feb 1871|p267.htm#i8116|Anna Larkin|b. 10 Jan 1797\nd. 1869|p827.htm#i25228|Asa T. McGray|b. 1 Dec 1807\nd. 9 May 1877|p843.htm#i25725|Eliza A. Doane|b. 29 Jan 1809|p1551.htm#i47245|
  • Burial*: Edgar Oliver Smith was buried at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.3
  • Anecdote*: He began his career as bow man in a dory on the Grand Banks when he was 15. He sailed in both coastwise and fireign trades and made at least one voyage in a ship under the command of his brother-in-law Captain Harvey Newell (#8094?). Around 1890 he became master of Newfoundland owned vessels fishing on the Grand Banks. Not long afterward he went into steamship service. Around that time he built the house where his son William E. "Bill" Smith was living in 1992 and where his family, with the exception of his oldest son, were born. For a time me was master of the steamer YARMOUTH on the Yarmouth Boston run. In 1905 he commanded the steamer DENVER of the Mallory line between Galveston and NY. Soon fter getting that command he moved his family to NY where they lived for about 5 years, and the 3 oldest girls made a trip of two with their father. In 1915 his failing health caused him to return home to recuperate. he was unable to return to his command and died about 18 months later.1
  • Birth*: He was born on 3 January 1861.1,2,3
  • He was the son of Seth Smith , Jr. and Susan Marie McGray.1,2
  • Marriage*: Edgar Oliver Smith married Susan Cornelia Smith, daughter of Captain William Black Smith and Irene Nickerson, on 21 December 1887 ; they were 3rd cousins.4,5,3
  • Death*: Edgar Oliver Smith died on 2 January 1917 at age 55.1,2,3

Family: Susan Cornelia Smith d. 19 Jul 1948

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  4. [S87] Unknown compiler, no date given.
  5. [S226] Ward Cunningham, "Ward Files", Ancestral File.
  6. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable.

William Edgar Smith1,2

M, b. 7 October 1902
William Edgar Smith|b. 7 Oct 1902|p267.htm#i8119|Edgar Oliver Smith|b. 3 Jan 1861\nd. 2 Jan 1917|p267.htm#i8118|Susan Cornelia Smith|d. 19 Jul 1948|p841.htm#i25677|Seth Smith , Jr.|b. 23 Dec 1823\nd. 10 Aug 1910|p267.htm#i8117|Susan M. McGray|b. 9 Dec 1834\nd. 30 Jun 1880|p843.htm#i25724|Captain William B. Smith|b. 22 Jun 1823\nd. 6 Jun 1910|p268.htm#i8139|Irene Nickerson|b. 13 Aug 1827\nd. 3 Feb 1900|p841.htm#i25676|

Family 1: Virginia Glenn Chivers b. 17 Oct 1907, d. 19 Oct 1992

Family 2: Deborah May Cunningham b. 17 Feb 1904, d. 5 May 1930

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S207] Margaret Messenger, Cape Sable.
  4. [S87] Unknown compiler, no date given.
  5. [S215] Cunningham.
  6. [S138] Danielle Nickerson, "Cunninghams," e-mail to Alexis Anderson, 6 Jan07.

James Smith1

M, b. 13 October 1782, d. 13 August 1842
James Smith|b. 13 Oct 1782\nd. 13 Aug 1842|p267.htm#i8120|Hezekiah Smith|b. 1754\nd. 16 Feb 1834|p2.htm#i52|Abigail Doane|b. 18 Apr 1758\nd. c 1837|p2.htm#i53|Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|Edmund Doane|b. 20 Apr 1718\nd. 20 Nov 1806|p2.htm#i54|Elizabeth Osborne|b. 1717\nd. 24 May 1798|p2.htm#i55|
  • Anecdote*: His house was in the shelter of the hill on which later stood the house that became the home of Fred Newell, who was mayor of Clark's Harbour for a long time.4
  • Name Variation: James Smith was also known as Jeams Smith.5
  • Birth-Var: Alternatively, James Smith was born on 13 October 1782 at Barrington, Shelburne Co, NS.3
  • Birth*: He was born on 13 October 1782 at Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.2
  • He was the son of Hezekiah Smith and Abigail Doane.1,2,3
  • Marriage*: James Smith married Jane McLaren on 1 January 1805 ; by Saml. O. Doane Sr.2,6
  • Baptism: James Smith was baptized on 17 June 1821 at Baptist Church, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.7
  • Death*: He died on 13 August 1842 at age 59.2,8

Family: Jane McLaren

  • Marriage*: He married Jane McLaren on 1 January 1805 ; by Saml. O. Doane Sr.2,6

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. xv, p. xxiii.
  4. [S27] Margaret E. Messenger, Island town.
  5. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. xv.
  6. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 44, no date, place or maiden name given, p. 111.
  7. [S211] Church records, n/a, p. 4, Centreville Baptist.
  8. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 44.
  9. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Edmund Doane Smith1

M, b. 10 March 1823, d. circa 1878
Edmund Doane Smith|b. 10 Mar 1823\nd. c 1878|p267.htm#i8121|James Smith|b. 13 Oct 1782\nd. 13 Aug 1842|p267.htm#i8120|Jane McLaren||p812.htm#i24736|Hezekiah Smith|b. 1754\nd. 16 Feb 1834|p2.htm#i52|Abigail Doane|b. 18 Apr 1758\nd. c 1837|p2.htm#i53|||||||
  • Anecdote*: He sailed for a time in some of the vessels built by his father at a shipyard about 1/4 mile south of Cook's Point. The larger ships of St John held a greater attraction, though, possibly because his brothers-in-law Joseph and Andrew Kenney were doing well there. Under the employ of the Troops he achieved a command position and sailed their ships in the Oriengal trade. After marrying, he gave up his work with the Saint John company and moved to Saint John, taking command of a large clipper ship owned in Liverpool and engaged in the East Indian trade. He was later employed on Royal Mail steamships.1
  • Marriage*: Edmund Doane Smith married Jane Whitehead.1
  • Birth*: Edmund Doane Smith was born on 10 March 1823.3,2
  • He was the son of James Smith and Jane McLaren.1,2
  • Death*: Edmund Doane Smith died circa 1878.1

Family: Jane Whitehead

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 44.
  3. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island, gives year only.

Jane Whitehead1

F

Family: Edmund Doane Smith b. 10 Mar 1823, d. c 1878

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.

Enos Collins Smith , Jr.1,2

M, b. 1877, d. 16 June 1922
Enos Collins Smith , Jr.|b. 1877\nd. 16 Jun 1922|p267.htm#i8123|Captain Enos Collins Smith|b. 28 Jul 1837\nd. 10 Dec 1905|p267.htm#i8113|Matilda C. Cunningham|b. 1846\nd. 9 Sep 1926|p843.htm#i25734|Walter L. Smith|b. 29 May 1810\nd. Feb 1853|p267.htm#i8112|Louisa Kenney|b. 25 Apr 1815\nd. 1908|p827.htm#i25237|Captain William Cunningham , Jr.|b. 9 Jun 1819\nd. 10 Feb 1860|p266.htm#i8073|Matilda Fiske|b. 26 Sep 1819\nd. 2 Feb 1904|p282.htm#i8590|
  • Anecdote*: He sailed as a child with his father, and his school years ashore were interrupted by occasional voyages to far places. In 1895 be become second mate of the barque BIRNAM WOOD and was still employed on her when he watched the Battle of Manila about 3 years later. He served on other ships and in the winter of 1907/8 was on the S.S. SPARTAN when she was wrecked off Block Island in a heavy gale and blinding snowstorm. A line was shot ashore and he supervised the transfer of passengers to land in a breeches buoy. No lives were lost. In 1909 he took command of the S.S. ONTARIO. 2 years later he and his brother Capt Charles Smith (#8114) brought 2 new steamships from teh Great Lakes to the coast. He later commanded one of them on a trip to France when German U-boats were everywhere. Some time later he was engaged in trade from NY to Cuba. In 1917-18 he was employed by the US Recruiting Service to teach seamanship and navigation. In 1921 he retired due to poor health, returning to CSI to die the following year. The 1881 census shows him male, English ethnicity, aged 3, born NS, Free Will Baptist.1,3
  • Marriage*: Enos Collins Smith , Jr. married Gertrude E. (?).5
  • Birth*: Enos Collins Smith , Jr. was born in 1877.1,3
  • He was the son of Captain Enos Collins Smith and Matilda C. Cunningham.1,2,3,4
  • Burial*: Enos Collins Smith , Jr. was buried in 1922 at Centreville Cemetery, Centreville, Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.5
  • Death*: He died on 16 June 1922; ae 45.1,5

Family: Gertrude E. (?) b. c 1885, d. 14 Jan 1953

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S38] 1881 unknown record type, unknown repository address, p. 20.
  4. [S139] 1871 unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  5. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Thomas Smith1

M, b. 7 June 1804, d. April 1871
Thomas Smith|b. 7 Jun 1804\nd. Apr 1871|p267.htm#i8124|James Smith|b. 6 Oct 1762\nd. 29 May 1842|p3.htm#i66|Tabitha Kendrick|b. 29 Jul 1766\nd. 1844|p3.htm#i67|Archelaus Smith , Esquire|b. 23 Apr 1734\nd. 3 Apr 1821|p2.htm#i48|Elizabeth Nickerson|b. 15 May 1735\nd. 2 Apr 1828|p2.htm#i49|Warren *. Kendrick|b. c 1743\nd. c 1815|p3.htm#i68|Azubah Sears|b. 5 Nov 1747\nd. 1839|p3.htm#i69|
  • Birth*: Thomas Smith was born on 7 June 1804 at Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS.2,4
  • He was the son of James Smith and Tabitha Kendrick.1,2,3
  • Marriage*: Thomas Smith married Sophia Newell, daughter of Archelaus Henry Newell and Elizabeth Covel, on 21 December 1825 at Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS; by Revd Thomas Crowell.2,5,6
  • Death*: Thomas Smith died in April 1871 at Cape Sable Island, Shelburne Co, NS, at age 66.2

Family: Sophia Newell b. 11 Jul 1805, d. 21 Nov 1861

Citations:

  1. [S22] Margaret E Messenger, Our Island.
  2. [S87] Unknown compiler.
  3. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 10.
  4. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 10, no location given.
  5. [S228] Patricia A. Terry (transcriber), Barrington Records, p. 88.
  6. [S435] Unknown name of person photo attached, unknown repository, unknown repository address.