Jessie Henderson

F, #4541, d. before 4 April 1881
Last Edited31 Jul 2011
     Jessie married David Hume on 21 December 1865 at Wellington County, Ontario, Canada, possibly at Guelph.1
     She died before 4 April 1881.2
     Her name was also recorded as S Henderson.1

Family

David Hume b. Mar 1844
Children

Citations

  1. [S3100] Genealogical Research Library, online www.ancestry.com, David Hume & S Henderson. Hereinafter cited as GRL @ ancestry.com.
  2. [S14] The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1881 Canadian Census, LDS CD, Transcriptions., CD-ROM (Salt Lake City, UT 84150-3400: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 2001), Canadian Census for 1881. Hereinafter cited as 1881 Cdn Census CD.
  3. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, William; Born: 21 Apr 1866, Wellington, Ont - Source Anthony L Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  4. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page.

John Hume1,2

M, #4542, b. 1859
Father*Adam Hume3 b. c 31 Jul 1808, d. 16 Aug 1863
Mother*Jane S Murray3 b. 1817 or 1818, d. 8 Dec 1890
Last Edited22 Sep 2008
     He was born in 1859.3

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, John; Born: 1859, Puslinch, Wllngtn, Ont - Source Anthony L Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page.

Catherine Hume1,2,3

F, #4543, b. February 1842
Father*Adam Hume4,3 b. c 31 Jul 1808, d. 16 Aug 1863
Mother*Jane S Murray4,3 b. 1817 or 1818, d. 8 Dec 1890
Last Edited31 Jul 2011
     She was born circa 1837 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada, according to her second marriage registration.3 She was born in February 1842 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada.4 Catherine married John Ramage on 12 March 1852 at Puslinch, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada.4 Catherine married William Anderson on 28 October 1858 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada.4,3

Family 1

John Ramage

Family 2

William Anderson b. c 1838

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), This source does not provide her given name.; Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Catherine; Born: Feb 1842, Puslinch, Wllngtn, Ont; Marriage: (1): Ramage, John 12 Mar 1852, Puslinch, Wllngtn, Ont; Marriage: (2): Anderson, William 28 Oct 1858, Puslinch, Wllngtn, Ont -- Source Anthony L Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S3100] Genealogical Research Library, online www.ancestry.com, William Anderson & Catherine Hume. Hereinafter cited as GRL @ ancestry.com.
  4. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page.

Agnes Hume1,2,3

F, #4544, b. 1850, d. 20 April 1876
Father*Adam Hume4 b. c 31 Jul 1808, d. 16 Aug 1863
Mother*Jane S Murray4 b. 1817 or 1818, d. 8 Dec 1890
Last Edited24 Sep 2016
     She was born in 1850 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada.4,3 Agnes married Amaziah Kingsbury on 5 April 1870 at Wellington County, Ontario, Canada.5,6
     She died on 20 April 1876 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada, of consumption according to Ontario Death Registration 016187.3

Family

Amaziah Kingsbury b. 8 Jan 1846, d. 13 Feb 1929
Children

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Her given name is not mentioned in this source.; Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S1347] Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946 (Publisher: Archives of Ontario), Ancestry.com, Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946; "This database is an index (with images) to over 2 million deaths that were registered in Ontario from 1869 to 1938, and 1943 to 1946. The database also includes deaths of Ontario military personnel overseas from 1939-1947"; cited as "ON Deaths, 1869-1946., Name: Agnes Kingsbury.
  4. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Agnes; Born: 1850, Puslinch, Wllngtn, Ont; Marriage: Kingsbury, Amaziah -- Source Anthony L Tilmans.
  5. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Kingsbury, Amaziah; Marriage: Hume, Agnes -- Source Anthony L Tilmans.
  6. [S1349] Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1826-1936 (Publisher: Archives of Ontario, Toronto), Archives of Ontario, Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1785-1935; "Ontario, Canada, Select Marriages. Archives of Ontario, Toronto. This database includes images of the registrations. In some cases, alternative images in FamilySearch provide additional information"; cited as "Ontario Marriages, 1826-1936., Agnes Hume & Amazia Kingsbury.
  7. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: Name: Amaziah Kingsbury.
  8. [S1348] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Edward James Kingsbury. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  9. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Jane Kingsbury.
  10. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Adam Kingsbury.

William Anderson1,2,3

M, #4545, b. circa 1838
Father*John Anderson3
Mother*Elisabeth (?)3
Last Edited31 Jul 2011
     He was born circa 1838.3 William married Catherine Hume on 28 October 1858 at Puslinch Twp., Wellington County, Ontario, Canada.4,3

Family

Catherine Hume b. Feb 1842

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Catherine; ...Marriage: (2): Anderson, William 28 Oct 1858, Puslinch, Wllngtn, Ont -- Source Anthony L Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S3100] Genealogical Research Library, online www.ancestry.com, William Anderson & Catherine Hume. Hereinafter cited as GRL @ ancestry.com.
  4. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page.

Peter Hume1

M, #4546, b. 1779, d. 1862
Last Edited12 Sep 2018
     He was born in 1779 at Northumberland County, England.2 Peter married Catherine Howie before 1802.1,3,4
     He died in 1862 at Canada West, United Province of Canada.3
     Peter Hume immigrated in 1831 to Canada from England with his wife, two sons and two daughters.5
     The following biographical information appeared , 20 September 2015 (reproduced with permission):
Puslinch Historical Society Research
Peter and Catherine Hume
Plot 6-4 Farnham Cemetery

Puslinch Historical Society Spirit Walk
20 September 2015
Lynn Crow, presenter


I was born Catherine Howie and married Peter Hume, a shepherd, in Northumberland County in the north of England. I'm here this afternoon to tell you about my husband Peter and our family. Peter was born in Northumberland in 1779 to a family of Scottish descent and was always proud to be a Scot. The Borders country spanned both SE Scotland and NE England, hence the name. One of the characteristic features of the families in this part of Lowland Scotland two centuries ago was the shepherd's check cloth they wove of natural light and dark woolen yarns for the wraps worn in the fields for warmth. These were in contrast to the highland plaids which were woven in a tartan sett using wool dyed from the plant material of the highlands. The Puslinch archives has a photograph of Alexander McKay of Concession 3 proudly wrapped in his shepherd's check. My husband Peter wore a similar wrap as well and he never went out without his 6-foot crook.

In 1831 we immigrated to Upper Canada with 4 of our 5 children - 3 sons and 2 daughters. My husband chose 300 acres: Front and Rear of Lot 11, Concession 10 and Front of Lot 12, Concession 10. The front lots face Watson Road today. Although we arrived in the Arkell area at the same time as the Arkell and Carter families we are honouring today, when Peter was choosing his land he felt that the Puslinch Hills southeast of Farnham Plains were more suitable for his chosen focus on sheep rearing. Eventually he divided his Crown holdings between our sons. The eldest son, Thomas came to Puslinch 5 years later and took up another 100 acres facing Concession 11 on the eastern boundary of Puslinch. The task of clearing the homestead fell to our three sons, as Peter was 52 when we emigrated. Our sons were hard workers and excellent choppers, so were chosen as corner men for log buildings in the Arkell area – an honour awarded only the best builders.

We remained members of the Old Kirk. There were Anglican and Methodist congregations in Arkell, but Peter wanted the family to maintain the religion of his Scottish forefathers as Presbyterians. I died in 1848 after just 17 years living here. On the 1861 census Peter, who was 52 when we arrived, was age 82 and living with our daughter Isabelle's family in Arkell House, as she had married Thomas Arkell. Peter died just a year later.

As I mentioned, our eldest son Thomas Hume emigrated after the rest of us. He farmed the Rear of Lot 10, Concession 10, as did his descendants. His son William T. was next and by 1906 his grandson Isaac Hume. This branch of our family was hit hard with typhoid fever in the 1890s. Isaac's mother Annie was hospitalized, and his brother Willie died of the disease in March, 1896. In 1898 Isaac sold Lot 10 and this branch of the family left Puslinch for British Columbia.

Our son William, b. 1811, was 20 when we immigrated to Puslinch. He married Ann Anderson of Fifeshire, Scotland and inherited Lot 11, Front Concession 10 from his father. William and Ann's son David bred Oxford-down sheep there. David's son Boyd Hume then farmed this part of the original homestead. The fieldstone farmhouse built in David Hume's time is a Listed property in the Township's pictorial inventory Puslinch: Our Heritage and as such has been plaqued. Unfortunately, a beautiful stone outbuilding with arched entryways on the property was damaged by lightning and over the years the structural damage led to its demolition at the end of the 20th Century. It had been an ideal sheep barn.

Our son Adam Hume was born in England c. 1809 and inherited the Front of Lot 12. Adam was one of three trustees on the 1850 deed for the original log school in Arkell. He and William had one of the first teams of horses in the Arkell area. He married Jane Murray, from a neighbouring farm and Robert, James, Agnes and John were their children. An 1867 record of a sale of purebred livestock organized at the farm of F. W. Stone lists our Adam Hume showing purebred sheep – no surprise!

Adam and Jane's son James Hume was the next to take over his father's farm and was active in a farm organization called ‘The Grange', so acquired the moniker Grange Jim. The Grange organization was organized in the United States in 1867 after the Civil War in order to help the farmers of the south rebuild their livestock after depletion by war. The main focus of the Grange was animal husbandry and the organization still has 160,000 members south of the border today. In 1872 it was a political party in Ontario later expanding to the Farmers' Union of Canada. The United Farmers of Ontario party formed a government in the provincial elections in Ontario in 1919 with Ernest C. Drury as Premier. Our Jim died in 1908 but would have been delighted.

Following in his father's footsteps, Jim was known for his flock of purebred Cotswold sheep. Exhibiting them at the Puslinch Show and competitions further afield, there is a photograph of James with his son Stewart and their pen of 3 champion Cotswolds in 1900, in the book written for the 150th anniversary of the Puslinch Agricultural Society.* James was on the Fair Board, on Puslinch Council from 1891 to 1898 and was Deputy-Reeve in his final term. He married Eleanor Stewart of Paisley Block, Guelph Township, and their son Stewart at age 12 helped drive their team (Buck and Bright) to haul bricks from Christie's Lime Kiln quarry when they were replacing a frame home with a more substantial brick farmhouse on the homestead in 1886. Stewart had two sisters, Eliza and Jean. The latter married Henry Leachman of Nassagaweya. The Leachmans moved to Aberfoyle where their son Jimmy Leachman became the village blacksmith.** Stewart and his wife Helena were next to farm Adam's farm, followed by their son Oliver who was the last to farm the original homestead. *** Oliver and Ginny held the Crown Deed to our original land in Puslinch, as well as the Bible we brought with us from England.

The Arkell Women's Institute was first organized in 1909 with Mrs. Stewart Hume (Helena) as President and Mrs. David Hume ( ) as Secretary. A photo in the archives of the Guelph Public Library records that Mrs. Stewart Hume (Helena) was the oldest living member of South-Wellington District Institutes in 1976. Her husband Stewart Hume was President of the Puslinch Agricultural Society in 1912, as was his father James before him in 1887.

In subsequent generations, David Thomas Hume, Edward Hume, Herbert Hume and James Hume of Puslinch served in W.W. I and Roy L. Hume, W. Harold Hume (also from Puslinch) enlisted in W.W. II.

The first crossroad south of Arkell Road was named Hume Road by Puslinch Council in the 20th Century in honour of the Hume farms that surrounded it east of Watson Road – Lot 10 being on the north side of the crossroad, and Lots 11 and 12 on the south side. I hope when you drive past Hume Road, you will remember our family and their expertise as sheep farmers.

*The Agricultural Society in Puslinch, 1840-1990 p. 27 Lynn Crow visited Oliver Hume in 1989 when compiling the agricultural society's history and was given the photo to scan by Oliver, son of Stewart, grandson of James, gt. grandson of Adam and gt.gt. grandson of Peter and Catherine.

** See PHS Spirit Walk 2014 biography of Jimmy Leachman, Aberfoyle blacksmith.

*** Oliver Hume was interviewed in 1976 by Jackie McTaggart for the Puslinch Pioneer – at the time his family went going back 145 years in Puslinch. He recalled the winter of 1942-43 when it took 5 days for road crews to open the 10th Concession down to Fitton's for huge snowdrifts. He skied to Arkell via Starkey Hill and on into town where he had left his car at the church shed. Bob Barnett and Jim & Dick Starkey had formed their own road crew for this area, as it was up to residents to clear their way to main roads. Mr. Barnett owned a caterpillar tractor and they mounted planks behind, using this to regularly open Arkell Road out to Highway 6. Since this plow didn't throw snow to the sides like modern plows, the township paid several men .25 an hour to stand on the planks and shovel. In this interview, Ginny Hume mentioned the winter of 1947-48 when the hydro went off in December and wasn't restored until the Arkell Institute's Valentine's dinner and dance. The phone was also out and it wasn't repaired until much later.

Oliver's mother Helena, Mrs. Stewart Hume, was still living in the brick farmhouse at the time of this interview. Oliver and Ginny's older son Peter built on the corner of the farm and his children were the 7th generation to grow up on the land Peter and Catherine had taken up in 1831.6

Family

Catherine Howie
Children

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Peter; Born: 1779, Northumberland, Eng; Marriage: Howie, Catherine; Died: 1862, Can -- Source Anthony L. Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Peter Hume.
  4. [S394] Rick Moffat, Assumption based upon birth/christening date of children.
  5. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, Prairie Trails to Blacktop, Peter Hume emigrated from the borders of Scotland to Canada in 1831. With him came his wife, two sons, Adam and Peter, and two daughters. Son Thomas came later.; Page 728.
  6. [S388] Puslinch Historical Society Archives, online Puslinch Historical Society Archives, Peter and Catherine Hume Plot 6-4 Farnham Cemetery. Hereinafter cited as Puslinch Historical Society Archives.
  7. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page.
  8. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Adam; Born: 1808, England; Marriage: Murray, Jane S.; Died: 1863, Can.

Peter Hume1

M, #4547
Father*Peter Hume1 b. 1779, d. 1862
Mother*Catherine Howie1
Last Edited27 Sep 2008
     Peter Hume immigrated in 1831 Emigrated with parents to Canada - Not supported by other sources.1

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.

Thomas Hume1,2

M, #4548
Father*Peter Hume1 b. 1779, d. 1862
Mother*Catherine Howie1
Last Edited27 Sep 2008
     Thomas married Agnes Bell before 1841.2
     Thomas Hume immigrated Came to Canada later than the rest of the family.1

Family

Agnes Bell
Children

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 728. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Thomas...Marriage: Bell, Agnes -- Source Anthony L. Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page.

Henry Reed1,2

M, #4549
Father*(?) Reed
Last Edited1 Oct 2005
     Henry married Mary Alice Hume on 3 May 1893.3

Family

Mary Alice Hume b. 3 Apr 1870, d. 13 Jun 1937
Children

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 730. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Henry Reed. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S1084] Richard Donnelly - Rootsweb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/, ID: I128
    Name: Alice HUME
    Sex: F
    Birth: 1870 in Dalesboro Area
    Death: 1937
    Reference Number: Nat Reed

    Marriage 1 Henry REED b: ABT. 1868
    Married: 3 MAY 1893
    Children
    Robert Hume REED b: 10 MAY 1895
    Kathleen REED b: AFT. 1897
    William Nathaniel REED b: 27 JUN 1899. Hereinafter cited as Richard Donnelly.

Robert Hume Reed1,2

M, #4550, b. 10 May 1895, d. 17 December 1963
Father*Henry Reed
Mother*Mary Alice Hume3,4 b. 3 Apr 1870, d. 13 Jun 1937
Last Edited8 Aug 2015
     He was born on 10 May 1895.1
     He died on 17 December 1963 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at age 68 BC Death Registration 1963-09-015448.2
     He also went by the name of Hume.3

Citations

  1. [S1084] Richard Donnelly - Rootsweb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/, ID: I183
    Name: Robert Hume REED
    Sex: M
    Birth: 10 MAY 1895
    Death: UNKNOWN
    Reference Number: Nat Reed
    Note: moved to Vancouver. BC

    Father: Henry REED b: ABT. 1868
    Mother: Alice HUME b: 1870 in Dalesboro Area

    Marriage 1 Dora YOUNG b: in Dalesboro Dist.
    Children
    Garland REED b: Private
    Thelma REED b: Private
    Henry REED b: Private. Hereinafter cited as Richard Donnelly.
  2. [S631] (see citation for details), Death Registration (see citation for details) (Sept 11, 2000), British Columbia Archives Web Page - Death Index, unknown repository address, Name: Robert Hume Reed. Hereinafter cited as BC Archives -- Death's Index.
  3. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 730. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  4. [S1084] Richard Donnelly, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/, ID: I128
    Name: Alice HUME
    Sex: F
    Birth: 1870 in Dalesboro Area
    Death: 1937
    Reference Number: Nat Reed

    Marriage 1 Henry REED b: ABT. 1868
    Married: 3 MAY 1893
    Children
    Robert Hume REED b: 10 MAY 1895
    Kathleen REED b: AFT. 1897
    William Nathaniel REED b: 27 JUN 1899.

William Nathaniel Reed1,2

M, #4551, b. 27 June 1899
Father*Henry Reed
Mother*Mary Alice Hume1,3 b. 3 Apr 1870, d. 13 Jun 1937
Last Edited1 Oct 2005
     He was born on 27 June 1899.2 William married Marion McVicar Slade in 1920.1,2

Family

Marion McVicar Slade b. 11 Jun 1899

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 730. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S1084] Richard Donnelly - Rootsweb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/, ID: I129
    Name: William Nathaniel REED
    Sex: M
    Birth: 27 JUN 1899
    Death: UNKNOWN
    Reference Number: Nat Reed
    Note: moved to New Westminster, BC

    Father: Henry REED b: ABT. 1868
    Mother: Alice HUME b: 1870 in Dalesboro Area

    Marriage 1 Marion SLADE b: ABT. 1900 in Carnduff
    Married: 1920
    Children
    Pauline REED b: Private
    Florence REED b: Private
    Louise REED b: Private. Hereinafter cited as Richard Donnelly.
  3. [S1084] Richard Donnelly, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/, ID: I128
    Name: Alice HUME
    Sex: F
    Birth: 1870 in Dalesboro Area
    Death: 1937
    Reference Number: Nat Reed

    Marriage 1 Henry REED b: ABT. 1868
    Married: 3 MAY 1893
    Children
    Robert Hume REED b: 10 MAY 1895
    Kathleen REED b: AFT. 1897
    William Nathaniel REED b: 27 JUN 1899.

Marion McVicar Slade1,2,3

F, #4557, b. 11 June 1899
Father*William John Slade3
Mother*Janet Forest McVicar3
Last Edited30 Apr 2016
     She was born on 11 June 1899 at Carnduff, Saskatchewan, Canada.2,3 Marion married William Nathaniel Reed in 1920.1,2

Family

William Nathaniel Reed b. 27 Jun 1899

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 730. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S1084] Richard Donnelly - Rootsweb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/, ID: I129
    Name: William Nathaniel REED
    Sex: M
    Birth: 27 JUN 1899
    Death: UNKNOWN
    Reference Number: Nat Reed
    Note: moved to New Westminster, BC

    Father: Henry REED b: ABT. 1868
    Mother: Alice HUME b: 1870 in Dalesboro Area

    Marriage 1 Marion SLADE b: ABT. 1900 in Carnduff
    Married: 1920
    Children
    Pauline REED b: Private
    Florence REED b: Private
    Louise REED b: Private. Hereinafter cited as Richard Donnelly.
  3. [S6252] Marion McVicar Slade, Birth on-line (1899), eHealth Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

William Booth Anderson1,2

M, #4559, b. circa 1864, d. April 1900
Last Edited17 Mar 2019
     He was born circa 1864.1 William married Agnes Hume on 3 April 1895 at Saskatchewan, Canada.3
     He died in April 1900.1 The cause of his death was given as pneumonia.1
     In the obituary of Agnes Cunningham who died 1 March 1939, her first husband, W B Anderson was listed as predeceased.4

Family

Agnes Hume b. 13 Aug 1875, d. 1 Mar 1939
Children

Citations

  1. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 730 - Agnes Hume. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  2. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Agnes; Marriage: (1): Anderson, William... - Source Anthony L Tilmans. Hereinafter cited as Hume Family Home Page.
  3. [S228] Hume Family Home Page, online Hume Family Home Page, Hume, Agnes...Marriage: (1): Anderson, William 3 Apr 1895, Sask, Can ... -- Source Anthony L Tilmans; http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hume/tree/2/…
  4. [S8880] Provincial Obituaries: Mrs. A. Cunningham Dies At Dalesboro, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Mar 15, 1939, Page 8, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Agnes Cunningham née Hume. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.
  5. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, Prairie Trails to Blacktop, Page 730.
  6. [S2565] EHealth Saskatchewan - Genealogy Index Searches, online eHealth Saskatchewan - Genealogy Index Searches, Anderson, Mary Isabella; Born: 1896/1/20. Hereinafter cited as eHealth Sask - Genealogy Index Searches.
  7. [S112] Commonwealth War Graves Commission, online Commonwealth War Graves Commission Home Page, W A Anderson, Private 106918, 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles (Saskatchewan Regt.) who died on Thursday, 29th August 1918.. Hereinafter cited as CWGC.

Mary Isabella Anderson1

F, #4560, b. 20 January 1895
Father*William Booth Anderson2,1 b. c 1864, d. Apr 1900
Mother*Agnes Hume2,1,3 b. 13 Aug 1875, d. 1 Mar 1939
Last Edited17 Mar 2019
     She was born on 20 January 1895 at District of Assiniboia (modern Saskatchewan), Canada.3 Alternatively, she was born on 20 January 1896 at Saskatchewan, Canada, Saskatchewan birth registration 1896 - 2670.1,4

Census Data

     Mary Anderson appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Assiniboia East, The Territories in the household of her mother Agnes Anderson.3
     She also went by the name of Maisie.2 Her name was also recorded as Mary Isabelle Anderson.2
     In the obituary of Agnes Cunningham who died 1 March 1939, her daughter Mary, Mrs. A Young of Carlyle, was listed as a survivor.5

Citations

  1. [S2565] EHealth Saskatchewan - Genealogy Index Searches, online eHealth Saskatchewan - Genealogy Index Searches, Anderson, Mary Isabella; Born: 1896/1/20. Hereinafter cited as eHealth Sask - Genealogy Index Searches.
  2. [S227] Carlyle and District Historical Society, compiler, Prairie Trails to Blacktop: Carlyle and District 1882-1982 (Carlyle, SK: Carlyle and District Historical Society, 1982), Page 730. Hereinafter cited as Prairie Trails to Blacktop.
  3. [S2916] Agnes Anderson household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Dalesboro, Assiniboia East, The Territories; Page: 7; Family No: 87, Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
  4. [S3862] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave.
  5. [S8880] Provincial Obituaries: Mrs. A. Cunningham Dies At Dalesboro, The Leader-Post, Regina, SK, Mar 15, 1939, Page 8, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Agnes Cunningham née Hume. Hereinafter cited as Leader-Post.