Leonora Gladys Brown1

F, #11463, b. 4 February 1926, d. 4 February 1939
Father*Arthur Frederick Brown1 b. 30 Jun 1893, d. 28 Mar 1952
Mother*Johanna Grahl1 b. 13 Apr 1887, d. 4 Nov 1957
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
     She was born on 4 February 1926 at Ontario, Canada.1
     She died on 4 February 1939 at Ontario, Canada, at age 13 scarlet fever.1

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.

John Herman Edward Brown1,2

M, #11465, b. 2 February 1855, d. 15 March 1932
Father*Frederick Brown3,4
Mother*Fredricke Lemke3,5,4
Last Edited22 Feb 2020
     He was born on 2 February 1855 at Braun, Germany, according to his death registration.6,7,8,9 Alternatively, he may have been born circa 1846 at Germany age 35 in 1881 census10 or on 2 February 1856 at Germany according to the 1901 census.11 John married Augusta Groskalas on 16 November 1878 at Wilberforce Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.5,6,4,11,10
     He died on 15 March 1932 at the Schutt district, Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada, at age 77 according to Ontario Death Registration 029366. The informant was Arthur Brown.3,6,8      John Herman Edward Brown was buried on 18 March 1932 at Emmanual Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery, Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.6,12,8

Census Data

     Herman Brown and Augusta Brown appeared on the 1881 Canadian Census of Raglan & Radcliffe Twps., Renfrew County, Ontario, enumerated 4 April 1881, enumerated as a Farmer and a Wesleyan Methodist. Their son William was listed as living with them.10
     Herman Brown and Auguste appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Raglan & Radcliffe Twps., Renfrew County, Ontario, enumerated 31 March 1901. Herman was enumerated as an Evangelical and a Farmer. Their children John, Louise, Martha, Anny, Carelien, Arthur and Bertha were listed as living with them.11
     He was commonly known as Herman.5,3,13,6,8,11,10 John Herman Edward Brown immigrated in 1860 to Canada from Germany with his mother according to Alicia M Schatteman.3 He immigrated in 1863 to Canada from Germany according to the 1901 census.11 He was naturalized in 1884 at Canada.11

Family

Augusta Groskalas b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Marriage*John married Augusta Groskalas on 16 November 1878 at Wilberforce Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.5,6,4,11,10 
Children

Citations

  1. According to his daughter Louisa's delayed statement of birth, witnessed by her uncle Frederick Grosskleg on April 29th, 1939.
  2. [S1348] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Louisa Brown. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  3. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  4. [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., Herman Brown & Augusta Krosklag.
  5. [S247] Olga Lewis, compiler, Renfrew County Marriages - Volume 2 - 1876-1880 (Renfrew, ON: Olga Lewis, March 1997), Brown/Krasklag --; 1878 - Page 13, # 77, Registration Number 009636. Hereinafter cited as Renfrew County Marriages 1876-1880.
  6. [S530] Canadian Gravemarker Gallery (in transition) , Canadian Gravemarker Gallery (See Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project), Search page for Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project; "After July 31, 2017, many links were broken. Search Canada GenWEB since content is being indexed and slowly moved to this site. I will replace links as time permits"; cited as "Canadian Gravemarker Gallery., Herman Brown & Agusta Groskalas; John H Brown
    Transcription:
    Herman Brown     1855-1932
    His Wife Agusta Groskalas     1863-1923
    John H.     1884-1912.
  7. [S1026] Val Baker, "Herman & Augusta (Brown)," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (unknown address) to Rick Moffat, May 12, 2003, ...of course Herman and family stay the course, to Raglin and as you also probably know end up in Emmanual Ev. United Brethren Cem in Raglin, Herman 1855-1932, Augusta, 1863-1923, son? John H, 1884-1912..... Hereinafter cited as "Herman & Augusta Brown."
  8. [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: Herman Brown.
  9. [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.
  10. [S6950] Herman Brown household, Apr 4, 1881 Canada census, Provo, Utah, USA, Raglan & Radcliffe, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page 28; Family: 118, Ancestry.com Roll: C-13234.
  11. [S2310] Herman Brown household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Raglan & Radcliffe, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page 3; Family: 23, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6494.
  12. [S1026] Val Baker, "Herman & Augusta Brown," e-mail to Rick Moffat, May 12, 2003.
  13. [S507] The Eganville Leader, compiler, Reflections of a Century - Stories and Photos from the Ottawa Valley (P.O. Box 310, Eganville, ON K0J 1T0: The Eganville Leader Publishing Company Ltd., July 2002), Robert Pachal, brother-in-law of Mr. Brown ... phoned to Wm. Boehme...a relative of the ill-fated John Brown, requesting word to be sent ot his father-in-law, Herman Brown...; Page 72. Hereinafter cited as Reflections of a Century.
  14. [S507] The Eganville Leader, Reflections of a Century, Page 72.
  15. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: Name: John Brown.
  16. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Amelia Brown.
  17. [S1349] "Ontario Marriages, 1826-1936", online Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1785-1935: Louise Brown & John Albert Keilo.
  18. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Martha Agusta Brown.
  19. [S1349] "Ontario Marriages, 1826-1936", online Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1785-1935: Annie Brown & William Chatson.
  20. [S92] Paul Junop, "Junop/Krieger Family Tree," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (unknown address) to Rick Moffat, Oct 28, 2002, Email Oct 28, 2002. Hereinafter cited as "Paul Junop's Family Tree."
  21. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Caroline Sophia Brown.
  22. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Arthur Brown.
  23. [S1348] ON Births 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Bertha (Betty) Aldine Brown.

Johanna Grahl1

F, #11466, b. 13 April 1887, d. 4 November 1957
Last Edited25 Oct 2018
     She was born on 13 April 1887 at Woito, Ontario, Canada.1 Johanna married Arthur Frederick Brown on 24 June 1912 at Woito, Wilberforce Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.1
     She died on 4 November 1957 in a local hospital, possibly in Schutt at Ontario, Canada, at age 70.1
     She was commonly known as Annie.1

Family

Arthur Frederick Brown b. 30 Jun 1893, d. 28 Mar 1952
Children

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  2. [S739] My Heritage in the Ottawa Valley - Alicia M Schatteman, online My Heritage in the Ottawa Valley - Alicia M Schatteman. Hereinafter cited as My Heritage - A M Schatteman.

Matilda Jane Smallpiece1

F, #11468, b. 11 October 1890
Father*Alfred Smallpiece2,1 b. 19 Jun 1852, d. 21 Dec 1936
Mother*Elizabeth Woodhouse2,1 b. 12 Apr 1848, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited19 Oct 2017
     She was born on 11 October 1890 at Ontario, Canada.2,1

Census Data

     Matilda Jane Smallpiece appeared on the 1891 Canadian Census of Brudenell Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Alf Smallpiece and Lizzie Smallpiece.1
     Matilda I Th (sic) appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Brudenell & Lyndoch Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Alph Smalpece and Elizabeth Smalpece.2

Citations

  1. [S7473] Alf Smallpiece household, Apr 8, 1891 Canada Census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Brudenell, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page: 13; Family: 60, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6366.
  2. [S2240] Affh? Smallpiece household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Brudenell & Lyndoch, Renfrew, Ontario; Page: 4; Family: 38, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll T-6494.

Amelia Brown1,2

F, #11469, b. 11 January 1884, d. 31 March 1884
Father*John Herman Edward Brown1,2 b. 2 Feb 1855, d. 15 Mar 1932
Mother*Augusta Groskalas1,2 b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited24 Sep 2016
     She was born on 11 January 1884 at Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.1,2
     She died on 31 March 1884 at Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada, died at the age of 2 months and twenty days (Jan 11 1884) according to Ontario Death Registration 016650.1,3

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  2. [S1348] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Amelia Brown. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  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: Amelia Brown.

Elizabeth Brown1

F, #11470, b. after 1884
Father*John Herman Edward Brown1 b. 2 Feb 1855, d. 15 Mar 1932
Mother*Augusta Groskalas1,2 b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited26 Aug 2017
     She was born after 1884.1,2
     In the obituary of Caroline Junop who died 2 April 1977, Caroline's sister, Betty Brown was listed as a survivor.3

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  2. [S508] Unknown author, "Notes re: John H Brown," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (unknown address) to unknown recipient, John was the eldest of 11 children.
  3. [S2780] Deaths - Junop, Caroline nee Brown, Sasktoon Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Apr 4, 1977, 22 viewed at Saskaoon Public Library, Obituary: Caroline Junop née Brown. Hereinafter cited as StarPhoenix.

Wiliam Brown1

M, #11471, b. 1894
Father*John Herman Edward Brown1 b. 2 Feb 1855, d. 15 Mar 1932
Mother*Augusta Groskalas1 b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited3 Jan 2008
     He was born in 1894.1
     He died at Ontario, Canada.1

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.

Florence Price1

F, #11472
Last Edited1 Feb 2017
     Florence married Melvin Diehl.1
     In the obituary of Kenneth W. Diehl who died 6 February 2011, Kenneth's mother, Florence Price was listed as predeceased.1

Family

Melvin Diehl
Child

Citations

  1. [S6847] Kenneth W. Diehl, Rockford Register, Rockford, IL, Feb 9, 2011 viewed at www.legacy.com, Kenneth W. Diehl obituary. Hereinafter cited as Rockford Register.

John Herman Brown1

M, #11473, b. 22 January 1882, d. 7 November 1912
Father*John Herman Edward Brown1,2,3,4,5 b. 2 Feb 1855, d. 15 Mar 1932
Mother*Augusta Groskalas1,2,3,4,5 b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited6 Aug 2018
     He was born on 22 January 1882 at Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada, according to Ontario Birth Registration 030749.4,6 Alternatively, he may have been born on 22 January 1879 at Ontario, Canada, according to the 1901 census5 or in 1884 according to his gravemarker.1,3,7 The cause of his death was given as an accidentally shotting.4 John died on 7 November 1912 near Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 30.1,2,3,4      John Herman Brown was buried at Emmanual Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery, Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.3,7

Census Data

     John Brown appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Raglan & Radcliffe Twps., Renfrew County, Ontario in the household of his parents, Herman Brown and Auguste Brown, listed as a farmer's son.5
     He was commonly known as Herman.1,8 John Herman Brown witnessed the Bio_me of Robert Pachal on 12 November 1912; Robert was taking the body of his brother-in-law, John Herman Brown, home to Fort Stewart, Ontario for burial. John had died of an accidental gunshot wound while hunting near Yorkton, Saskatchewan. A councilman from Combermere, William Boehme persuaded the captain of the Mayflower to make one more run from Barry's Bay to Combermere before putting up the steamer for the winter. During this trip, the Mayflower sank in a matter of seconds, taking nine (9) lives, including Robert.

Four passengers survived the sinking by clinging to the crude wooden box containing his coffin. They were:
- Joe Harper
- John Imlach
- Gordon Peverly
- John Patrick O’Brien (59), died of hypothermia after reaching Gull Island

They reached Gull island, a small rocky island, after several hours in the frigid water and the three survivors were rescued nearly 24 hours later.

This incident was featured in Ripley's Believe It Or Not, as well as in Peter Unwin's book, "Canadian Folk: Portraits of Remarkable Lives"

Those that perished were:
John Charles Hudson - Captain / owner (46)
Aaron Parcher - Pilot (28)
Tom Delaney - fireman / engineer
William Boehme (58)
George Bothwell (27)
William Murphy (55)
Robert Pachal (25)
Mrs. William (Elizabeth) McWhirter nee Storey (83.)9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17
     The following newspaper article appeared in the Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa Journal 16 November 1912 :
FUNERALS OF TWO VICTIMS HELD TODAY
Combermere in Mourning for Departed Citizens.
Mayflower Wreck; Located Yesterday Afternoon.
Government Diver Ordered to Scene to Search for Bodies---Three Survivors are In Ottawa, Little Worse for Their Experience.
Byy (sic) a Stuff Representative.
Combermere Nov. 16.
--Two of the victims of the Steamer Mayflower tragedy were burled here today and there will be three other interments in the nearby vicinity on Sunday.
The funeral of Patrick O'Brien and of Captain Parcher were held and were largely attended as they both were welt-known, throughout the district.

To-morrow at Rockingham near here the last marks of respect will ba paid to William Murphy

On Sunday, also there will ba a pathetic scene at Wingle, a small place a few miles from here, When Robert Pachal and H. Brown of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. will be burled side by side. . They have relatives there. and It was for interment that the body of Brown was shipped east from Saskatchewan. Pachal came in charge of it, and as announced met his death on the vessel, so that tomorrow the two brothers-in-law will be buried side by side.

Now that the missing steamer has been located word has been sent to the Marine and Fisheries department at Ottawa, requesting that a diver be sent here. It is thought that the other bodies will be found either in the vessel cabin or pinned down under part of the wreck.

The accident is the talk of the countryside, and there is the greatest respect expresses. If the pulse of public opinion here as any thermometer of the general feeling there will have to be a most thorough governmental enquiry.

Mr. H. W. Chamberlain, President of the F. J. Castle Co., of a which firm the late George H. Bothwell was a traveller, came to Barry's Bay on Thursday along with Mr. Fitzgerald, the firms sales manager and organised a search party to look for the body of the dead traveller. Yesterday a party of six, two of whom were Messrs. Harrison and Maple, of the Department of Militia, and who were close, personal friends of Mr. Bothwell went out and searched the river and its banks the whole day but found no bodies, or the boat, the report appearing in an Ottawa paper that the boat was found being incorrect.

Last night by attaching the ends of a wire between two boats and letting the middle hang loose and by this means trolling along the river the sunken boat was found. The boat is about 1,000 yards from what is known as the Patcher Point, and is about 700 yards from the small island where the survivors were found. The top of the smoke stack la only 18 Inches under water. This would mean that she sank In about 20 feet of water.

A Sad Farewell.
The survivors left Combermere yesterday morning at about ten o'clock. Mrs. Hudson, mother of the deceased owner of the Mayflower, at whose hotel the survivors were oared for, and her daughter bore up wonderfully well but when the survivors took farewell the two ladles broke down completely.

On the "Ruby" with them were their friends who had travelled up to Combermere with clothing, etc. Among these were A. A. Imlach, brother of one of the survivors, G. B. Harlock, of the General Supply Company, George Milford of Smith's Falls, brother-in-law of Mr. Harper, and Reeve W. H. Bromley of Pembroke, who had hurried to Combermere as soon a he heard the news of the disaster, in order to give what assistance he could to the survivors and to the relatives of his fellow County Councillor, Reeve Hudson.

There were also on board several men on their way to search for bodies At eleven o'clock the tug was opposite the Island where the survivors had been picked up. It Is a small low lying island, about half an acre in extent. It has only one tree but has some low shrub. Altogether It looked to be a bleak and shelterless spot. The searchers who had two row boats with them left the tug at this point and began their sorrowful search, under the direction of Hal Hudson, brother of the dead reeve. The wind was however very strong and it was considered unlikely that much progress would be made until the two hours before dark when the wind falls.

Passed the Island.
The survivors looked long, at their little island where they had spent such a hard time, and explained to their companions once more the manner of their being found. The cheerfulness which had possessed them all morning and which was being fostered by their companions could hardly be kept up, and as Barry's Bay was approached the high nervous tension began to give way. Anxiety and eagerness, to meet their wives who awaited them at the hotel at Barry's Bay began to tell on them, but on the whole they kept up wonderfully.

Mr. Peverley and Mr. Harper suffered quite a little from the vibration of the boat an the wounds on their feet and legs.

Passing the scene of the disaster the passengers of the tug saw the Castle Company search party, some of whom were on shore.

Mr. Imlach reached Ottawa on the train which arrived at about five o'clock. Messrs. Peverley and Harper with their wives arrived at 7 last night. There were large numbers of friends of each at the station to greet them.

The Department of Marine and Fisheries last evening sent instructions to their diver at Smith's Falls to report in Ottawa this morning with his suit and other tackle in order to go to the scene of the disaster.18

     August 2018 Research notes:
Although the above news article speaks of them being buried side-by-side, it appears this did not occur. I don't know if Wingle where the Emmanual Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery is located.19

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  2. [S507] The Eganville Leader, compiler, Reflections of a Century - Stories and Photos from the Ottawa Valley (P.O. Box 310, Eganville, ON K0J 1T0: The Eganville Leader Publishing Company Ltd., July 2002), Page 72. Hereinafter cited as Reflections of a Century.
  3. [S530] Canadian Gravemarker Gallery (in transition) , Canadian Gravemarker Gallery (See Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project), Search page for Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project; "After July 31, 2017, many links were broken. Search Canada GenWEB since content is being indexed and slowly moved to this site. I will replace links as time permits"; cited as "Canadian Gravemarker Gallery., Herman Brown & Agusta Groskalas; John H Brown
    Transcription:
    Herman Brown     1855-1932
    His Wife Agusta Groskalas     1863-1923
    John H.     1884-1912.
  4. [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: John Brown.
  5. [S2310] Herman Brown household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Raglan & Radcliffe, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page 3; Family: 23, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6494.
  6. [S1348] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: John Brown. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  7. [S1026] Val Baker, "Herman & Augusta (Brown)," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (unknown address) to Rick Moffat, May 12, 2003, ...Herman and family stay the course, to Raglin and as you also probably know end up in Emmanual Ev. United Brethren Cem in Raglin, Herman 1855-1932, Augusta, 1863-1923, son? John H, 1884-1912.... Hereinafter cited as "Herman & Augusta Brown."
  8. [S1187] The story of the Mayflower, online http://missionhousemuseum.com/index.php, The story begins in Saskatchewan where Herman Brown died in a hunting accident.. Hereinafter cited as Mayflower.
  9. [S1187] Mayflower, online http://missionhousemuseum.com/index.php, The story of the Mayflower
    http://missionhousemuseum.com/index.php
  10. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: Aaron Parcher.
  11. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: William Boehme.
  12. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: John Charles Hudson.
  13. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: William Murphy.
  14. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: John Patrick O'Brien - hotel keeper.
  15. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: Robert Pachal.
  16. [S1347] "ON Deaths, 1869-1946", online Ontario, Canada, Deaths and Deaths Overseas, 1869-1946: Mrs Elizabeth McWhirter née Storey.
  17. [S5458] Escaping on a coffin: Remembering the sinking of the Mayflower, Daily Observer, Pembroke, Ontario, Nov 22, 2012 viewed at Daily Observer, Escaping on a coffin: Remembering the sinking of the Mayflower. Hereinafter cited as Daily Observer.
  18. [S8217] Funerals of Two Victims Held Today, The Ottawa Journal, Ottaawa, ON, Nov 16, 1912, Page 5, column 4, 5 & 6 viewed at Newspapers.com, Funerals of Two Victims Held Today - Part 1 and Funerals of Two Victims Held Today - Part 2. Hereinafter cited as Ottawa Journal.
  19. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Anne Brown1

F, #11474, b. 30 May 1889, d. 25 November 1980
Father*John Herman Edward Brown2,1,3 b. 2 Feb 1855, d. 15 Mar 1932
Mother*Augusta Groskalas2,1,3 b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited18 Apr 2017
     She was born on 30 May 1889 at Ontario, Canada.2 Alternatively, she may have been born on 5 March 1889 at Ontario, Canada, according to a secondary source.1 Anne married William Chatson on 14 August 1912 at Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada, Ontario Marruage Registration 017283.1,4,3
     She died on 25 November 1980 at Thompsonville (aka Thompson Hill and Renfrew Public Cemetery), Renfrew, Horton Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG, at age 91.1

Census Data

     Anny Brown appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Raglan & Radcliffe Twps., Renfrew County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Herman Brown and Auguste Brown.2
     She was commonly known as Anny.2
     In the obituary of Caroline Junop who died 2 April 1977, Caroline's sister, Annie Chatson was listed as a survivor.5

Family

William Chatson b. c 1872
Marriage*Anne married William Chatson on 14 August 1912 at Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada, Ontario Marruage Registration 017283.1,4,3 

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  2. [S2310] Herman Brown household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Raglan & Radcliffe, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page 3; Family: 23, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6494.
  3. [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., Annie Brown & William Chatson.
  4. [S833] Lorie Begin, "Ontario, 1858-1869 Marriage Index per Lorie Begin," e-mail message from (email address withheld for privacy) (unknown address) to Rick Moffat, November 11, 2003, Renfrew Co., 1911 - 1922 - http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/renf11.htm. Hereinafter cited as "Ontario, 1858-1869 Marriage Index lookup."
  5. [S2780] Deaths - Junop, Caroline nee Brown, Sasktoon Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Apr 4, 1977, 22 viewed at Saskaoon Public Library, Obituary: Caroline Junop née Brown. Hereinafter cited as StarPhoenix.

Bertha Aldine Brown1,2

F, #11476, b. 10 May 1897, d. 10 December 1987
Father*John Herman Edward Brown3,1,2 b. 2 Feb 1855, d. 15 Mar 1932
Mother*Augusta Groskalas3,1,2 b. 30 Apr 1863, d. 17 Oct 1923
Last Edited1 Mar 2017
     She was born on 10 May 1897 at Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada, her according to Ontario Birth Registration originally gave the 12th as her birth day, but it was amended later.3,2
     She died on 10 December 1987 at Christian Science cemetery, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada, at age 90.1

Census Data

     Bertha Brown appeared on the 1901 Canadian Census of Raglan & Radcliffe Twps., Renfrew County, Ontario in the household of her parents, Herman Brown and Auguste Brown.3
     She was commonly known as Betty her birth registration was amended with this name.2

Citations

  1. [S358] Alicia M Schatteman, online www.genealogy.com, Alicia M Schatteman (Family Tree Maker), downloaded Dec 26, 2000.
  2. [S1348] Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913, online Ontario, Canada Births, Name: Bertha (Betty) Aldine Brown. Hereinafter cited as ON Births 1869-1913.
  3. [S2310] Herman Brown household, Mar 31, 1901 Canada census, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Raglan & Radcliffe, Renfrew South, Ontario; Page 3; Family: 23, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) Roll: T-6494.