Dougherty/Doherty Family History

 The following information on My Dougherty/Doherty family was assembled with the assistance of many wonderful people from all over the world. Our family is very greatful for the unselfish sharing of their research.  

GGGrandfather:

Benjamin Dougherty b. 1796, County Down, Providence Ulster (townland or parish not known at this time) d. 18 Nov. 1882, Anglican Cemetery, Lower Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada (Today named “Parish of Woodstock” Christ Church. Parish Rectory Anglican Church`), arrived Canada 1839 with 5 children and 4 more were born in Canada. Benjamin’s tombstone (which is broken) in the Anglican Cemetery in Lower Woodstock, NB gives his name as Dougherty but the burial record from the church records reads “#126 Dogherty, Benjamin of Richmond (buried) d. 21 Nov 1882 86 years”. Benjamin’s stone has another name listed on it and we believe it is Hugh.  We have now confirmed that Hugh is buried in the same plot as Benjamin: Source is PANB Carleton County Cemeteries, Vol 2.  Sarah’s stone “In Memory of Sarah wife of Benjamin Dougherty died June 20, 1875 aged 69 years”. Benjamin m. Sarah Anne Anderson 21 April 1824 at Drumglass Church, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Ireland More commonly called “St. Anne’s Church. In 2005 I visited this church site but the old church had been torn down and a new one erected in its place. I have pictures of the new church. (I have a copy of the Marriage License Bond LDS film 100859, Diocese of Armagh in my file)..

Found Tithe Applotment 1823-38 Benjamin DOUGHERTY (size not known)

Townland

AKA

Acres

County

Barony

Civil Parish

PLU

Province

Cloghogle

Glenknock

560

Tyrone

Strabane Lower

Ardstraw

Gortin

Ulster


The above Tithe Applotment was mapped at:

http://ireland.kiwicelts.com/irishMap/ireMap.htm and on http://maps.google.com/maps There I used Newtownstewart as the area to track. The following is where the map shows the Tithe Applotment location. “it is just North of Newtownstewart, the West Boundary is West of Ballymullarty Road , The East follows Glenknock Burn about half way between the Gallan and Camagan Roads, North just South of the unnamed road running from Ballymullarty and Gallan Roads and the South boundary just to the South of Plumbridge Road”

In the Tithe Applotment 1823 - 38 there is a Benjamin Dougherty entered as living in Mulinaloghog townland, (for some reason the Townland of Mulinaloghog is in reality Cloghog) Clonoe parish Tyrone. Clonoe is fairly close to Drumglass parish. I have mapped this area also and the town of Clonoe is close to the town of Coalisland. Both are close to Dungannon. Also a Joseph Dougherty in the same place. I have a family tree on a Joseph Doherty b. 1794 in Ireland and all his descendent's. At this time I am not sure if he is a brother to Benjamin or if he is Joseph A. as listed in the history of Glassville located below.

Townland AKA Acres County Barony Civil Parish PLU Province
Cloghog   205 Tyrone Dungannon Middle Clonoe Dungannon Ulster

NOTE: The above Tithe Applotment is a closer match to the area where Benjamin and Sarah were from. I am also able to map this area using google maps.

Also Alex. Anderson was in Drumcoo townland Drumglass parish 1832

Andw. Anderson in Congo, Drumglass, 1832

David Anderson, Coole, Clonoe, 1827

J. Anderson Dungannon Gardens, Drumglass 1832

William Anderson Anagher, Clonoe, 1827


NOTE: Dungannon town is in the civil parish of Drumglass. Benjamin married Sarah Anne Anderson but I am not sure if the above listed Anderson's are from her family


JohnGGGrandmother:

Sarah Anne Anderson, b. 1806 Londonderry Ireland, d. 20 June 1875 Married: 21 April 1824 at Durmglass Church, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Ireland More commonly called “St. Anne’s Church. In 2005 I visited this church site but the old church had been torn down and a new one erected in its place. I have pictures of the new church.

Research from Irish World www.irish-world.com  which opens up a whole new chapte in our family search. Below are there findings:

They  undertook searches of the Drumglass and Clonoe Church of Ireland registeres in the 1820s-30s period for any reference to the family of Benjamin Doherty (note the spelling of the last name) and Sarah Anne Anderson. Both Drumglass and Clonoe Parishes are only a few miles apart in the Dungannon area of East Tyrone. Their research verified the marriage of Benjamin and Sarah in Drumglass CI Church on 21 April 1824. The entry further states that Benjamin Dogherty (note spelling) was from Clonoe Parish and Sarah Anderson from the adjacent Parish of Clonfeacle. It also adds that the witnesses were John Simmons and Ben Anderson. The next reference in the register to Benjamin and Sarah is as follows:

     24th Oct 1824 - Elizabeth to Benjamin and Sarah Dogherty, Mullaghboy in Clonfeacle, Carpenter.

In the Clonoe Baptisim register the following were found:

     26th Aug 1827 - James to Benjamin and Sarah Dogherty, Mousetown, Carpenter

     19th April 1829 - Anne to Benjamin and Sarah Dogherty,  Mullanacloghog, Carpenter

     23 Jan 1831 - Joseph to Benjamin and Sarah Dogherty, Mullanacloghoe, Carpenter

These dates of births differ from previous accounts in Canada but that seems to be a very common difference.

Benjamin Dougherty & Sarah Anne Anderson family

1851 Census N.B. Canada Carleton Co. Woodstock Parish (PANB printed book p. 252) Daugherty p. 40 in Census. NOTE: Name spelling changes from Census to Census and you have to look at all the information to determine if you have a match.

Daugherty Benjamin Irish Farmer (arrived) 1839

Sarah Anne Anderson 45

William Isaac 24 b. 1827 Ireland

Ann 19 b. abt 1832 Ireland (Anne 19th April 1829)

Thomas E. (Edwin) or W 16 b. abt 1835 john 14 b. abt 1827 Ireland

Jane 12 b. 1839 N.B. (Microfilm reads James) Jane and all above listed are Irish, those below Children born in N.B. Canada

Hugh Alexander. 10 b. 1841 N.B. Canada d 10 Sept 1888 age 49 . Buried in the same plot as his father Benjamin. Source: PANB Carleton County Cemeteries, Vol. 2

Augustus 7 b. 1844 N.B.

George R. 5 b. 1846 N.B.

Irena 3 b. abt 1848 (Microfilm reads Julia) (1861-1871-1881 Census NB Carleton Co. South Richmond Parish from Microfilm C-999 reads Julia also, don’t know where Irena came from)

 

Children of Benjamin and Sarah

Source: MC80/546 C.A. Laverty's “The New Brunswick Lavertys, page 11, 65, 66.

  1. Elizabeth Dougherty m. Mr. Brown: settled in the Glassville, NB region (Elizabeth b. 24th Oct 1824, Drumglass church records)

  2. Isaac Dougherty

  3. Thomas Dougherty

  4. Joseph Dougherty (Joseph 23rd Jan 1831 Clonoe baptisim records)

  5. John Dougherty m. Miss McDougal, sister of Mark McDougal of Eel River area: had sic (6) children

  6. James Dougherty m. Bessie ? And had at least three (3) children (James b. 26th Aug 1827 Clonoe baptisim register)

  7. Gusty Dougherty

  8. Julia Dougherty

  9. Annie Hyde Dougherty b in Ireland, m. 1854 John Laverty b. c1826in Maugerville, d. 1897, s/o George Laverty and Elizabeth Brown: settled at Speerville, NB had ten (10) children

  10. Hugh Dougherty

PANB: RS85 Carelton County Registry Office: James McKenna-Benjamin Dougherty, 1839 (F5025)

PANB: Rs85 Carleton County Registry Office: Benjamin Dougherty-James McKenna, 1839 mortgage (F5025)

PANB: RS85 Carlton County Registry Office: Benjamin Dougherty-Hugh Dougherty, 1837 (F5063)

Typed text of these transactions will be added later.

Woodstock Press 1888

Deaths

At Lower Woodstock, Sept 10th; Hugh Alexander Doherty, aged 40 years. (Age varries in several records)

Date : October 25, 1884
County :
Carleton
Place :
Woodstock
Newspaper :
Carleton Sentinel

The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language in which they originate.


m. St. Luke's Church, 21st inst., by Rev. Canon Neales, Rector, William BROWN / Julia Etta DOUGHERTY youngest d/o late Benjamin DOUGHERTY, both of Parish of Richmond (Carleton Co.)

Daniel F Johnson : Volume 82 Number 281

 

Some Dougherty family history

Excerpt taken from” History of Glassville” compiled by Pioneer Senior Citizens Club (Pg 106-109).

 

Dougherty

Patrick Dougherty was granted two lots of land fronting on the West side of the Meduxnekeag River, in 1829, in the Parish of Richmond. George Dougherty was granted a lot in the Parish of Woodstock, in 1831. Isaac Dougherty was granted a lot of land in the Parish of Richmond, just over the Parish line from the George Dougherty lot, in 1861. Joseph A. Dougherty (I have a full family history on Joseph A Dougherty but don't know where to place the information. When and if we determin he is a part of our family I will place the history in the proper location) was granted a lot in the Parish of Woodstock, about two miles south from the George and Isaac Dougherty lots, in 1862. Just how these four men were related cannot be determined. The census of 1851, lists Isaac Dougherty and his wife, Catherine, and nine children. The parents were born in Ireland, but the children were born in New Brunswick. Both of the parents arrived in New Brunswick in 1822 (Confirmed in the 1851 N.B. census). The oldest child was born in 1832, suggesting that the parents married about 1830, in New Brunswick. Isaac Dougherty was probably a son of either Patrick Dougherty or George Dougherty, who may also have arrived in New Brunswick in 1822, since their grants were issued in 1829 and 1831.

Benjamin Dougherty, his wife Sarah, and five children, arrived in New Brunswick, in 1839. Four more children were born in New Brunswick. The new arrivals appear to have been related to the earlier settlers. By 1875, Benjamin Dougherty was still living in the parish of Woodstock, not far from Mrs. Catherine McGinchey Dougherty who was now a widow, wife of Isaac. Five sons of Benjamin Dougherty had taken up lots in West Glassville, as did one of the sons of Isaac and Catherine Dougherty. All in all, ten lots, each containing one hundred acres, were granted to members of the Dougherty Family.

Isaac Dougherty and Joseph Dougherty, two brothers who had married sisters before leaving the Parish of Richmond, arrived in West Glassville about 1865 or earlier (NOTE: several places in the Glassville Settlement book mentioned the Dougherty family came to Glassville from the Parish of Richmond). It would appear that there were no vacant lots South of the Shiktehawk Stream, when the Dougherty brothers decided to join the new settlement.

Isaac Dougherty settled first on lot #31(this lot was most likely in West Glassville). He brought his wife and two small children with him. His brothers, Hugh and Thomas had lots on either side of the Isaac lot. No doubt the first log cabin sheltered the extended family. Thomas is listed as a lumberman in the 1871 census, and may have been away in the logging camps for much of the time. Thomas, found a wife after arriving in West Glassville. He was still living in West Glassville, in 1881, now with a 67 wife, Jane, and children. Hugh A. Dougherty did not remain long in West Glassville. Another brother, John, also obtained a lot nearby. He returned to the Parish of Richmond, having sold his lot to George Reeleder.

Isaac Dougherty remained in Glassville for the remainder of his life. William Isaac Dougherty and Hannah Marie Segee (our great grandparents, see below) raised a large family. Three of their sons, Benjamin, Richard and Rastus, my grandfather, (Rastus is Erastus as in the 1871 Census Aberdeen, Carleton Co. N.B., in 1881 Erastus was listed as James, his whole name was Erastus James Dougherty, Doherty comes later, and in the 1891 Census he dropped the E and became Rastus), remained in the area. All three sons married sisters, Brooker girls from Fielding. Rastus (Erastus) may have been named for Augustus Dougherty, a brother of Isaac, who was also granted a lot in the West Glassville Settlement. Augustus Dougherty did not remain long in West Glassville, after receiving the grant to his lot.

Isaac Dougherty's son, Benjamin, nick-named "Black Ben", remained in West Glassville, all his life. His descendants, are still living in West Glassville and nearby Gordonsville, and from time to time, the jet black hair, which gave rise to the "Black Ben" nick-name, appears. 

Charles Doherty (the shorter spelling was adopted as time went on), married Annie Seymour.

They had four children:

Cecil, married Phyllis Post

Harold, married Ruby Lovely

Pauline, never married

Eugene, married Emily Drier.

All grew up and went to school in West Glassville. Cecils son Allan also grew up and lived in West Glassville. Father and son continued to farm on a partnership basis and owned two other farm properties, formerly owned by Cecil's father Charles. Father and son have been active as logging contractors, since potato farming would not leave much time for logging. They are graiaing livestock and raise hay and grain crops.

Cecil has been an example of the grit and fortitude that brought his forebears from Ireland to the Parish of Richmond and latger to the new Glassville settlement.  He was badly injured in a woods accident, losing the use of one arm. In spite of his disability, he continued to operate logging and farm equipment, and driving logging trucks.

Decendents of Benjamin Dougherty are still living in West Glassville and nearby Gordonsville, and from time to time the jet black hair, which gave rise to the "Black Ben" nick-name appeares; Allan Dougherty being an example.

Joseph Dougherty, a brother of Isaac, arrived in West Glassville about the same time as did Isaac and Hannah. Joseph and Lucy chose a lot a mile or so away from Isaac’s homestead. Their son, Thomas W. was, in due course, granted a lot next to that of his parents. Joseph and Lucy also raised a large family. They also had a son named Benjamin. This Ben was not blessed with the Jet-black hair, so he was always referred to as 'White Ben". Thomas and Benjamin farmed all of their lives in West Glassville.

Thomas W. Dougherty had one son, Hugh, born1886, who also farmed in West Glassville. Hugh married Annie Quinn, daughter of Peter and Ellen Quinn of Kenneth. They had five children: Orrin, m Leola Brooker, Rena, M. Murray Nixon of Bath, Ivan M. Florence King of Newfoundland, Violet, m. Charles Giberson, also of Bath. The farm was left his farm to the youngest son, Frank, who continued to farm in West Glassville with his wife Esther Donovn.

Frank, Esther and children Hugh Jr. and Yvonne (Bunny), lived at the W. G. Doherty home until the children left school, then they moved to Bath.

Thomas W. Dougherty and his wife, Grace had three daughters. Two of the daughters, Josephine (Josie) and Aurilla, married and lived in Glassville. Josie married John Black and raised a large family, as did Aurilia who married Frederick Elliot.  The youngest daughter, Alma, married Liston Mayo and lived in Bar Harbour, Maine. (The Black and Elliot Families will be dealt with in greater detail elsewhere).

The sons of White Ben Dougherty were not farmers. Two of them, Albert and Edward, worked as millwrights and saw filers, at Juniper. The third son, George, became a jeweler and watch maker.

In the days when horses supplied the power on the farms and in the woods, the Dougherty men, from West Glassville, always had good horses and were willing to work them. When produce from farm and wood lot was hauled to market, often in winter, the Dougherty teams were among the best and well handled.  It was in the lumber woods that Hugh was killed 1942.

One of the few viable farms continuing in production in West Glassville is operated by the father and son team of Cecil and Allan Doherty, as the name is now spelled. The farmland was granted to members of the Dougherty Family over a century ago.

Children of Isaac Dougherty (1827) and Hannah Segee (1839):

Benjamin (Black Ben), b. 1801, m. Lydia Anne Brooker;

Thomas, b. 1865; Annie, b. 1868, m. Patrick McCarthy;

James Erastus, b. 1870, m. Kate Brooker;

Richard, b. 1873, m. Lavinia Brooker; Lucy b. 1875, m. McCarthy; Minnie, b. 1880.

Children of Benjamin (Black Ben) Dougherty (1861) and Lydia Ann Brooker (- d. 1931):

Charles;  b. 1893, m. Annie Seymour, d. 1938;

William, b. 1900, d. 1918;

Julia, b. 1908, m. Elmer Glenn, d. 1963;

Isaac, b. 1909, d.1918; Hattie, m. John McKimm;

Perley, m. Winnie Bell, d. 1955.

Children of Joseph Dougherty and Lucy Segee:

Thomas, b. 1857, m. Grace Lindsay, d.1934;

Annie, b. 1859, m. Sanford Viguhart;

Lizzie, b. 1867, m. Randolph lapointe;

Sarah, b. 1861; m. George Brown;

Rachel, b. 1865, m. Tom Alcorn;

Benjamin (White Ben), b. 1869, m. Flora Banks;

Laura, b. 1871, m. Tom McEwen; Howard, b. 1878.

Children of Hugh Doherty (1886-1942) and Annie Quinn (1895-1970):

Orrin, m. Leola Brooker;

Rena, m. Mrray Nixon;

Ivan, m. Florence King;

Violet, m. Charles Giberson;

Frank, m. Ester Donovan.

Children of Benjamin (White Ben) Doherty and Flora Banks:

Albert, m. Kathleen Seymour;

Edward, m. Betty Ingram;

George;

Bessie, m. Perly DeMerchant;

Rose, m. Gordon Giberson;

Jessie, m. Joe Elsmore.

Children of Thomas D. Doherty (-b. 1934) and Grace Lindsay:

Josephine, m. John Black;

Aurilla, m. Fredrick Elliott;

Hugh, m. Annie Quinn;

Alma, m. Liston Mayo.

Children of Charles Doherty and Annie Seymour:

Cecil, m. Phyllis Post;

Harold, m. Rudy Lovely;

Pauline; Eugene, m. Emily Drier.

Children of Perley Doherty (-d.1955) and Minnie Bell:

Elmer, b. 1937; Erma Louise, b. 1939;

Jeneva Christine, b. 1941;

Alfart, b. 1946;

Joan Lorraine, b. 1953.


Isaac Dougherty and Catherine McGinchey

Isaac b. 1801 Ireland d. 1864 N.B. Canada 50

Catherine McGinchey b. 1811 Ireland m. 1828 Wakefield N.B. Canada 40

Elizabeth Ann ?

John 19

Margaret Jane 

NOTE: Doherty, Margaret Jane; April 18, 1834; October 9, 1834; P- Isaac and Katherine Doherty; Woodstock Mechanic; (# 172) Taken from the Anglican Cemetery, Woodstock Page 20 in PANB

Sarah Jane 15

Catherine Maria 14

Charlotte Matilda 12

Mary S. 10

Margaret L. 9

Joseph B. 7 b. abt 1835 Ireland

Isaac Thomas 5

Ellen Adelia 2

Taken from the 1851 N.B. Census (Isaac could be a brother to Benjamin, must look further to determine)


Woodstock Sentinel 1865

NOTICE:

This is to give notice that I have from this date given my children their time, and shall not hereafter hold myself responsible for any debt of their contracting; nor claim any of their earnings.

CATHERINE DOUGHERTY,

Widow of Isaac Dougherty,

Benjamin born 1839, Jane 1839, John, 1839, Joseph born 1830 and Sarah born 1839 she is 56 at that time. All were Angelicans and went to Richmond New Brunswick. This was in the 1861 index
Catherine McGinchey, b. 1811 Ireland, married 1828, Wakefield, New Brunswick, Canada to Isaac Doherty/Dochery/Daugherty. 1851 census of Carleton Co. N.B., states that Isaac came to Canada in 1822. Was Catherine already here with her family? She may have been born in County Down, Ireland where her husband was born? Isaac and Catherine lived in Woodstock, Carleton Co. N.B., having had many children.


March 15, 1893
County : Carleton
Place : Glassville
Newspaper : The Glassville News and Aberdeen and Kent Pioneer

The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language in which they originate.

Glassville (Carleton Co.): A Retrospective History of Its Rise and Progress by Marchmont - The Glassville colony was originally planted by the late Rev. C.G. GLASS in the years 1860 and 1861. The first settlers were from Scotland, St. John's. King's, Queens', York and Carleton counties, N.B. and from Halifax, N.S. Not of few of those who first took up land here, soon became dissatisfied, sold out and left for the U.S. &c. Those who originally came out from Scotland under Mr. Glass, and those who moved in here to join the Colony from other quarters in the earlier years of the decade who remained on their farms and whose representative family members are still with us were:

Isaac DOHERTY, Thomas DOHERTY and Joseph DOHERTY with wives and families from Richmond;


Date : June 24, 1870
County :
York
Place :
Fredericton
Newspaper : New Brunswick Reporter and Fredericton Advertiser

The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language in which they originate.

Assessment of Fredericton Ratepayers NBR 10th June - 22nd July 1870:

William; Doherty, James; Doherty, Francis; Dougherty, Hugh; Dougherty, John; Dougherty, Joseph; Doherty, Joseph Jr.; Dougherty, John; Dougherty, James; Dougherty, William; Dougherty, William; Dougherty

York Division S. of Temperance


The Press, Woodstock, NB April 30, 1888, p3

PUBLIC SALE

__________

THOMAS DOHERTY will offer for sale by Auction on his farm, West Glassville, on May 15th and 16th:__

5 Milk Cows;

1 Three-year-old Bull;

3 Two-year-old Steers;

2 Two-year-old Heifers;

3 Yearling Steers;

7 Sheep;

1 Three-year-old Mare Colt;

Threshing Machine and Wood Cutter;

Farming utensils and household goods.

May be disposed of by private sale before day of Auction

JOHN HOME.

 

Ggrandfather


Children of William Isaac (aka Isaac Ian) Dougherty b. 1827 Ireland and Hannah Marie or Maria Segee b,1839 m. 10 Jul 1859, Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada (d/o Thomas H. and Margaret McGinchey Seege born Fredericton Nov, 21 1838 m. July 19, 1859 @ Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, NB (I have more on the Segee family in my file)

Benjamin (Black Ben), b. 1861 N.B., m. Lydia Ann Brooker b. ABT 1891,in Fielding, Carleton County N.B. Canada

Thomas, b.1865;

Annie, b. 1868, m. Patrick McCarthy;

James Erastus, b. 18 Dec. 1869, West Glassville, N. B. m. Mary Janette (Nettie) Bell 27 June 1897 Bridgewater Maine. His second wife m. Kate Brooker; 21 Dec 1920

Richard Wesley Doherty, b. 18 Dec.1869 West Glassville N.B.1873, m. Lavinia Bell Brooker; b. ??? Fielding Carleton County

Lucy Marie or Maria Doherty, b. Aug 9,1874, m. James McCarthy;

Minnie, b. 1880.


Children of Benjamin (Black Ben) Dougherty (1861) and Linda Ann Brooker

Charles,b.1893, m. Annie Seymour,d.1938;

William, b. 1900, d. 1918;

Julia Edna, b. July 4, 1904, m. Elmer Glenn, d. 1963;

Isaac, b. 1909, d. 1918.

Perley b 1915 Allans great Uncle m. Minnie Eva Bell 10-28-1936

Haddie b

Bertha b ???? d 1918


Children of Joseph Dougherty b. 1835 Ireland and Lucy Anne Segee b. abt 1833 N.B.; (d/o Thomas H. and Margaret McGinchey Seege b. Fredericton NB on February 19, 1832 m. May 14, 1853) More information on this family is in my records but the information is very confusing and will be added when confirmed.

1871 Census of Aberdeen Parish, Carleton Co. at this site:

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbcarlet/aberdeen1871.htm

 143 153 DOUGHERTY    Joseph      M 37  Ireland   CEng     Irish   farmer    M
                     Lucy                                F 37        NB          "           "                      M
                     William                           M 14         "             "        "       school
                     Annie                              F 12         "              "        "       "
                     Sarah                              F 10         "              "        "       "
                     Ada                                  F  8          "              "        "       "
                     Judy                                F  6          "              "        "
                     Lizzie                               F  5          "              "        "
                     Benjamin                         M  2         "              "        "
                     Laura                               F 1/12 March 


Thomas W., b. 1857, m. Grace Lindsay, b. abt 1867 d. 1934;

Children of Thomas and Grace:

Josephine b. 1881 m. John Black

Hugh b. 1885

Aurilla Dougherty/Doherty b. 1887 m. Fredrick Elliot

Annie, b. 1859, m. Sanford Viguhart;

Sarah b. abt 1861; m. George Brown; (see Ada Blanche below maybe Sarah did not m. George Brown)

Rachael Delila, b. March 23, 1877, m. Tom Alcorn;

Elizabeth aka (Lizzie) b. 1867 m. Randolph Lepointe

Laura, b. 1871, m. Tom McEwen;

Howard, b. 1873.

Ada Blanche b. Aug 8, 1863 m. George Guiford Brown (source 1901 Census of NB)

Their son M. Burpee Brown m. Ethel Minnie Thorne.

Their son George Gilbert Brown m. Annie Lillian Watson.

Their son George Gilbert, Jr. m. Joyuce K. Scott. Their daughter Sue provided this information.

Benjamin (White Ben), b. 1869, m. Flora Banks; was Catholic while the rest of the family was protestant???

Children of Benjamin and Flora:

Albert Burton b. Oct 6, 1908

Edward

George

Rose Velma b. June 3, 1910 m. Gordon Giberson 11-23-1927

Edburn Webster b. Feb 17, 1912



Ggrandfather William Isaac Dougherty

NOTE: The following is from the memory of various people who new my GGgrandfather.

In this part of the family history William Isaac is called Isaac Ian Doherty. He came from the “Protestant side of Ireland” as his Grandson Claude use to tell it. He may have come from Donegal about 1840 or 1850. He lived in Glassville and Married Hanna Segee. Isaac and Hanna had a least three boys: Erastus, Benjamin aka Benny and Richard.


1871 census - Aberdeen, Carleton Co., NB:


William Isaac Dougherty, 44, b. 1826 Ireland, Church of England, Farmer, d. West Glassville
Hannah Marie Segee, wife, 32, b. NB, Ch. of E.b. 1838 Carleton Co. d. 1910 West Glassville, m 19 July 1859
Benjamin, son, 10, b. NB, Ch. of E., at school
Thomas, son, 6, b. NB, Ch. of E.
Annie, dau., 3, b. NB, Ch. of E.
Erastus, son, 1, b. NB, Ch. of E. (My grandfather)

1881 census - Aberdeen, Carleton Co., NB:

William Isaac Dougherty, 54, b. Ireland, Ch. of E., Farmer
Hannah, wife, 42, b. NB, Ch. of E.
Thomas, son, 20, b. NB, Ch. of E.
Benjamin, son, 16, b. NB, Ch. of E. Married a Brooker girl
Annie, dau., 13, b. NB, Ch. of E.
James, son, 10, b. NB, Ch. of E. (My grandfather, Erastus James) Married a Brooker (Catherine) girl after his wife died
Richard, son, 8, b. NB, Ch. of E. Married a Brooker girl also
Lucy, dau., 6, b. NB, Ch. of E.
Minnie, dau., b. May, NB, Ch. of E.
Evidently Erastus dropped his first name and was using his middle name "James" for the above census. Ten years later he was back to using his first name again, but just dropped the "E".

1891 census - Aberdeen, Carleton Co., NB:

William Isaac or Isaac Ian ?? Dougherty, 65, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, Church of England, Farmer.
Hannah, wife, 51, b. NB, both parents b. NB, Ch. of E.
Rastus, son, 21, b. NB (My grandfather Erastus)
Richard, son, 18, b. NB
Lucy, dau., 16, b. NB
Minnie, dau., 10, b. NB

Lucy Maria Doherty, b. 1874 in Carleton Co. ,N.B, daughter of Isaac Doherty and Hanna Maria Segee. (Provincial Archives birth index)

The York County, New Brunswick Marriage records show Isaac Dougherty of Fredericton and Hannah Marie Segee of Fredericton being married on 19 July 1859 in Fredericton. Wit Henry Bradford Segee & Sophie Amanda Thomas.


The 1861 Census for "Kings Ward" in Fredericton, York County has:


Doherty, Isaac age 32 b. Ireland - General Labourer
Doherty, Hannah age 23 b. New Brunswick
Doherty, Thomas H - son age 1

Isaac and his family were living next door to Thomas Segee, age 27 and his wife Elizabeth age 25 and 3 year old daughter Elizabeth in Fredericton.


The Press, Woodstock, NB March 6, 1899, p8


To Erastus J. Dougherty of the Parish of Aberdeen in the County of Carleton in the Providence of New Brunswick, Farmer, Nettie Dougherty his wife. Richard W. Dougherty of the said Parish of Aberdeen, Farmer, and Lavinia Dougherty his wife, and all others whom it may anywise concern:--

Notice is hereby given ?? that under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in a certain Indenture of Mortgage bearing date the second day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven and recorded in the Carleton County Records in Book X No. 3 on page 681, and 682, and made between the said Erastus J. Dougherty and Nettie Dougherty his wife, Richard W. Dougherty and Lavinia Dougherty his wife, of the first part and the undersigned R. E. Guy Smith, then of the Town of Woodstock in the said County of Carleton, now of the City of Montreal in the Province of Quebec, Doctor of Medicine of the second part, there will for purpose of satisfying the monies secured thereby, default having been made in the payment of the interest, be sold at Public Auction in front of the office of J Norman W. Winslow, in the said Town of Woodstock Barrister-at Law, on Saturday the eight day of April next at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, the land and premises mentioned and described in the said indenture of Mortgage as follows:-

"All that certain lot, pieces or parcel or tract of land situated in said Parish of Aberdeen and described as follows:-- Beginning at a post standing at the North-eastern angle of lot number twenty-eight purchased by Thomas Milton in Block G, Glassville thence running by the magnet of the year 1861, north seventy-two degree and thirty minutes west one hundred and two chains, thence north seventy-two degrees and thirty minutes east one hundred and two chains to a post and thence south seventeen degrees and thirty minutes west nine chains and eighty links to the place of beginning containing one hundred acres more or less and distinguished as Lot 30 in Block G, Glassville granted to one Hugh A. Doherty in 1847 (not sure of date) and deeded to Isaac Dougherty by Roger Gillian and wife, being on the west side of the we?? Glassville Road and being same land conveyed by said Isaac Dougherty and wife to Erastus J. Dougherty and Richard W Dougherty."

Together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon and the privileges the?? unto belonging or in any wise appertaining

Dated this third day of March AD 1899

R. E. GUY SMITH,

J. Norman W. Winslow. Mortgagee.

Solicitor for Mortgagee.


My Grandfather Erastus James Doherty


Erastus James Doherty, b. 18 Dec 1869 in West Glassville and lived in Fielding, Carleton Co. N.B. Canada d. 9 June 1945 in Royalton, Carleton Co., buried in Fielding at Bells Church, (today known as “The Free Will Baptist Church in Fielding). The Church was first opened in 1911 founded by Andrew and Minnie Bell) m. 27 June 1897 in Bridgewater, Maine Mary Janette Bell (Nettie) aka Janet Armenia Bell ??? b. 1877 d.1919 Fielding NB, Canada (first wife) Nettie remained at home until her passing from TB. I have a picture of their headstone which also lists Alice Age 17 YRS. Listed as Daughter It is believed that she is buried at another cemetery, but at this time we are not sure where (Bell family listed next) On my next trip to Canada I will add a very interesting story on how the Bells church and cemetery were formed.


William F. Bell b. 1833 d. 1917 Buried in Fielding at Bells Church with a Stone Wife Theresa Harrington b. 1857 d. 1939.

Their Children Janette Bell (Nettie) Buried in Fielding with a stone Husband Erastus James Doherty

Lila Bell Husband Douglas Schriver

Minnie Bell Buried in Bristol Husband George Fullerton

Margaret Bell Buried in Noridgerock, Maine Husband Tom Stickney Buried in Noridgerock, Maine

Alice Bell (Died young with TB) Buried in Fielding

Arthur Bell Buried in Fielding Wife Vella Grant Buried in Fielding

Roy Bell (Not Married) Buried in Fielding


 

Some Bell Family History


Bell Church First Opened In Fielding

If you have ever taken the time to drive through some of the hundreds of miles of rural roads in this area, you know that this part of the world has dozens of old churches.

Of course that can be said of any rural area such as Carleton County which has been settled for hundreds of years. It seems that every time you drive through a settlement with more than a half-dozen houses, you also see a small church.

But, as you discover that some of those old houses you find are now an abandoned shell of what used to be a bustling family home, there are also some of those old churches that too have been discarded and allow ed to degrade over time, their sanctuary and cemetery now a silent testament to years and lives past.

One Fielding church, which was founded in 1911 and was destined to become a paint-chipped, broken- windowed relic after closed in the late 1950’s due to a dwindling congregation, has been reopened and more recently renovated and expanded.

Reopened in 1967 as the Fielding Free Will Baptist Church under the guidance of Rev. Hazen Burlock and renovated in 1983 when the old chapel was moved onto a new foundation, the church has again become a center of worship in the area. Also added was a new wing complete with a fellowship room, kitchen and meeting rooms, in 1990.

Not only has the church grown in size due to the renovations and the addition of a new wing, the congregation has also grown to over 50.

The building has been made more comfortable with the replacement of the old oil lamps with electric lights and the old pot-bellied stove has given way to a new furnace. A

nursery and four Sunday school rooms have been constructed downstairs and washrooms installed on both levels.

While the old stained glass windows didn’t survive the renovations, the old windows were replaced with energy-efficient ones, portions of them did. A number of pieces were cut and fashioned into a Star of David which now adorns the entry to the sanctuary.

The little church was first envisioned on Mar. 29, 1911 by the church’s original five members, Jane Green, Maggie Briggs, Jane Campbell, Josie Brooker and Roy Bell, and grew very fast at the beginning. After opening officially on Mar. 16, 1912, the church had grown to 23 members by September 1914.

The building committee, which included trustees Teresa and William Bell, Andrew W. Bell, Rufus Giberson, Geo Grant and Zila Lock hart, started work on the project immediately and the task was com

plated in less than one year. The original plot of land was purchased by Andrew W. Bell from Teresa and William Bell for just $1.

The first leader of the congregation was Rev. G. A. Giberson while the first Sunday school services were presented on June 13, 1913 by Samuel Rogers. Ida (Minnie) Bell, wife of Andrew W. Bell, taught the first classes.

In those days money was scarce and supplies few so she started her Sunday school on $3.93 and a home made table which she donated. That table is still on display at the church to this day.

Sunday school still continues to this day on Sunday mornings. As well, seniors’ and youth groups have been added to the weekly schedule. Youth meetings are held every Wednesday and Friday night. A 15-passenger van has also been purchased to be used by these groups.

Rev, Burlock still occupies the pulpit on Sunday mornings, although now he is assisted on occasion by John Khicn.

So, next time you drive through and notice a little church in Fielding near the entrance of the Black Brook Road, remember that it very well could have become a forgotten remnant of years past instead of becoming a part of many people’s spiritual lives now. All it took was a little foresight and a lot of hard work by the congregation.

The church which started as a dream of five people 85 years ago has now become a thriving center of worship again when it only was a whisker away from being abandoned for good.



6B The Observer, Hartland, N. B. Wednesday July 31, 1996

BELL CHURCH FOUNDERS - The Free Will Baptist Church in Fieldinq, formerly known as the Bell Church when it first opened in 1911, has recently been added onto and refurbished over the last few years. Holding a photograph of her great-grandparents Andrew and Minnie Bell, founders of the church, is Anna Kilfoil, left, and in the center is Dora Elkins, holding a photo of her grandmother, founder Tressa Bell and Rev. Hazen Burlock with a photo of founder William Bell.

FIELDING CHURCH NOW A THRIVING SPOT - The Fielding Free Will Baptist now boasts a thriving congregation of over 50, quite a change from the late 1950’s when the church was closed due to a lack of one. The church was reopened in 1967 and has steadily grown ever since




Hartland Observer 21 June 1945 as printed


E. J. Doherty died at Royalton

The death occurred on June 9 of Erastus James Doherty, at age of 75 Years. He is survived by his wife, 5 sons, Claude of Fielding, William and Albert of Pennsylvania, Henry in British Columbia and Oreland of Royalton. One daughter Mrs. Kathleen Curtis of Mars Hill Maine. The funeral was held with a short service at his home in Royalton to the Primitive Baptist Church in Fielding. Rev. O. W. Shaw had charge of the service. Palbearers were Boardy Burke, George Buchanan, James Patterson and Hubert Buchanan. Internment (burial) was in the Fielding Cemetery. (My corrections to this article are: "William and Albert of Pennsylvania" should read Albert and Henry of Pennsylvania and William of British Columbia not Henry)


Children of Erastus James Dougherty/Doherty and Mary Janette Bell (Armenia listed on some of her records??)


Claude Coral Dougherty, b March 29, 1898 d, June 30, 1970 m. Bertha Jane Campbell b. Jan 22, 1908 m. August 1924 d. 1979. They had 12 Children listed below. Bertha is the Daughter of Hiram Campbell and Margaret Brown.


Children of Claude and Bertha Campbell Dougherty:

Geraldine Jenette Doherty Brooker b. 10 Dec. 1926 (I net with her in 2007 and I am still in contact.)

Merle Malcolm b. 30 Jan. 1928

Audrey Marie b. March 31, 1930

Albert James b. Dec. 30, 1932

Garnet Claude b. June 19, 1935

Arthur William b. July 23, 1937 d, July 19, 1939

Winston Leroy b. April 18, 1939

Margaret Rose b. July 28, 1940

Carolyn Dawn b. May 10, 1943

Henry David b. May 16, 1945

John Charles or Charles John b. Feb 28, 1947 Buried at Bells Church

Judith Claudette b. Jan. 2, 1949


William Isaac, b. Feb 15, 1900 West Glassville, Carleton Co., NB Canada d. July 9, 1980, Quesnel B.C. m. Kathleen Stimpson 1928 Victoria B.C. Their son Gerald m. Virginia (divorced) 

MARINAS DAD IS GERRY DOHERTY, HER MOM VIRGINIA DOHERTY

MARINA DOHERTY m. JOHN FINE Their daughter NATASHA BRADFORD, had two children PRESTON and NEVY,TYLOR BRADFORD MARINAS SON AND HIS SON TYSON.

At the age of 17 William went on a Harvest Excursion to British Columbia and was never herd of again. Today we have new information on his life in B.C. and will list it later in this report. Uncle Bill and Kay had one son Gerald. I have been in contact with many of the Doherty's in BC using facebook and plan to visit them one day.


Albert H. (Uncle Pat) b. 14 Jan 1903, Limestone Maine. Pat was his nickname which came from his Uncle Patrick on the Bell side of the family. (I have a copy of his birth certificate but his last name is Dougherty on the certificate)


Henry Thomas (Dad) b. 20 April 1906 Limestone Maine (Have copy of his birth certificate where his last name is Doherty) m. Hilda Laura Cristofori date? Location some place in Mass.


Children of Henry aka Hank and Hilda

Janette Bell b. 9-22-35 (named after her grandmother) m. Pias John Becker

Henry Thomas Jr. (Me) b. 11-29-40 m. Amelia Ernestine Satcher 4-2-64 (divorced)

Ranney Allen b. m. Johneen


Children of Henry and Amelia

Troy Eugene

Henry Thomas III 


Orland C. b. Jan 13, 1910 d. 1989 buried in Bells Church Cemetery Uncle Claude lived with common law wife Beatrice Davenport Boyd (Bea) from Hartland. Bea had a son Wendell but she and Uncle Orland never had children. We think the reason they never married was that Bea received some kind of pension from her deceased husband and if she married the pension would stop (this information was provided by Geraldine Brooker Doherty , my Cousin, and needs to be expanded and confirmed.)

 

Kathleen, was the daughter of Erastus and Kate his second wife ( Kathleen Married a Curtis of Mars Hill Maine).


Alice died at age 17 from TB and lived in a tent in front of the home until her passing. She is listed on the tomb stone with Erastus and Janette but she is believed to be buried in the Gordonsville Cemetery, but no marker has been found at this time.


After my grandmother died in 1920 my grandfather married Kate Brooker, Kate or Catie had possibly 6 children from her previous marriage to Hamfore Good, a divorce, was 38 her parents were listed as James Brooker and Kate Davenport and she was born in Fielding. They were married 21 Dec 1920. Kate (Kathleen) was born 26 April 1885 and died 13 November 1950 and is buried in the Baptist Cemetery in Andover, Victoria County, According to her death certificate. Several of the Doherty boys married the Brooker girls as stated in a news paper article. Albert and Henry left home around 1921 but for a time they lived with Minnie Bell, Fulton and her husband George, Minnie was a sister to Janette, their mother.


B-7-3 Lucy Anne Segee and Joseph Doherty


Lucy Anne Segee, the daughter of Thomas and Margaret McGlinchey Segee, was born February 19,1832. She was baptized into the Anglican church in Fredericton on April 12,1846. On May 14,1853 Rev. William Q. Ketchum united in marriage Lucy and Joseph Doherty at St. Anne's Chapel, Fredericton. Both are given as being of Fredericton, although Joseph was referred to as "American" in the 1851 Census of Sunbry County, NB. Witnesses to the marriage were John Dougherty and Sophia Amanda Thomas.

Joseph Doherty was born in Ireland September 12,1834 and came to New Brunswick in 1846. This couple was not enumerated in the 1861 census of Fredericton. They seemed to have settled in Glassville, NB in the mid-1860's. The Glassville colony was originally planted by the late Rev. C.G. GLASS in the years 1860 and 1861. The first settlers were from Scotland, St. John's. King's, Queens', York and Carleton counties, N.B. and from Halifax, N.S. including Isaac Doherty, Thomas Doherty and Joseph Doherty with wives and families from Richmond, NB. By 1876 Joseph and Lucy were living in Victoria County, NB. where Joseph was a farmer. By 1881 Joseph was a farmer in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. The family were associated with the Presbyterian religion. In 1901 Joseph, Lucy, Elizabeth, Benjamin and Rachael were living in a four room wooden house in West Glassville, Carleton County, NB. Joseph owned and operated a 300 acre farm and had two barns. Benjamin was a farmer as well. Joseph died in 1916 and was buried in the Glassville United Church Cemetery in Glassville, Carleton County, NB.

Lucy and Joseph had eight children:

B-7-3-1 THOMAS W. DOHERTY b. June 20,1857. m. Grace A. Lindsay b. May 11,1860. Grace was born in 1861. Thomas received a grant of land not far from his parent's farm and by 1891 Thomas was a farmer in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. He and his children were Presbyterian while his wife was Free Baptist. By 1901 Thomas was a general labourer who had earned $360 in the previous twelve months. He leased a 100 acre farm in West Glassville, Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. Thomas died in 1928 and was buried in the Glassville United Church Cemetery. Grace died in 1961 and was buried beside her husband.

Thomas and Grace had four children:

B-7-6-1-1 JOSEPHINE DOHERTY b. May 2,1881 m. John Black and lived in Glassville, NB.

B-7-6-1-2 HUGH J. DOHERTY b. May 25,1885 m. Annie F.. Hugh farmed in West Glassville. Hugh died Jan. 23,1942 [F19371 35286] and was buried in the Glassville United Church Cemetery. Annie died in 1970 and was buried beside her husband. Hugh had:

B-7-6-1-2-1 FRANK DOHERTY

B-7-6-1-3 AURILLA W. DOHERTY b. Nov. 19,1887 m. June and lived in Glassville, NB.

B-7-6-1-4 ALMA L. DOHERTY b. September 3,1892.

B-7-3-2 SARAH DOHERTY b. ca. 1861 m. George Brown. (see previous information, Ada m. George?)

B-7-3-3 ADA BLANCHE DOHERTY b. Aug. 8,1863 at Richmond, Carleton Co. NB. [F18758 1863-D-12]

B-7-3-4 ELIZABETH DOHERTY b. Sept. 30,1866 m. Jan. 7,1907 Randolph LaPoint [F15926 2295]. She was called Uzzie.

B-7-3-5 R. BENJAMIN DOHERTY b. Dec. 11,1868 m. Aug. 3,1905 [F15917 1593] Florence Mae Banks. Bennie was knick named White Ben to set him apart from his cousin Black Ben. Ben and Flora had:

B-7-3-5-1 ALBERT BURTON DOHERTY b. Oct. 6,1908 West Glassville, NB [F22207 800809]. He worked as a millwright and saw filer at the lumber mill in Juniper, NB.

B-7-3-5-2 EDWARD DOHERTY He worked as a millwright and saw filer at the lumber mill in Juniper, NB.

B-7-3-5-3 GEORGE DOHERTY He became a jeweler and watch maker.

B-7-3-5-4 ROSE VELMA DOHERTY b. June 3,1910 West Glassville, NB [F23518 800841].

B-7-3-6 LAURA M. DOHERTY b. ca. 1872 m. Dec. 24,1891 Thomas L. McEwen [F13659 2270].

B-7-3-7 HOWARD DOHERTY b. ca. 1873/4

B-7-3-8 RACHEL DELILIA DOHERTY b. May 3,1874 at Glassville, NB [F18764 1877-D-38] m. Tom Alcorn.


1. 1891 Census of the Parish of Aberdeen, Carleton County, N.B.

2. Probate of the estate of Thomas H. Segee, February 1877

3. THE NEW BRUNSWICK COURIER, Saint John, NB., May 21,1853

4. PANB Southern Carleton County Cemeteries

5. The Glassville News and Aberdeen and Kent Pioneer March 15, 1893

6. The Old Burying Ground, Fredericton, NB by Louise Hill

7. 1881 Census of Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, N.B.

7. York County Marriage Register C (1850-1866)

8. PANB Records Christ Church, Fredericton, NB

9. 1851 Census of Carleton County NB

10. Genealogical Research by Tom Doherty e-mail Dec. 2006

11. “A History of the Glassville Settlement” Pioneer Senior Citizen Club

12. Carleton County Web

13. Research by Dawn Laverty


 

Descendants of Doherty Family

Generation No. 1

1. DOHERTY FAMILY

Children of DOHERTY FAMILY are:

2. i. BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1796, Ireland; d. 18 Nov 1882, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

3. ii. ISAAC DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1801, Ireland; d. 07 Jul 1864, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Generation No. 2

2. BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY (DOHERTY FAMILY) was born Abt. 1796 in Ireland, and died 18 Nov 1882 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married SARAH ANN ANDERSON 21 Apr 1824 in Drumglass Church, Dungannon Co. Tyrone, Ireland. She was born Abt. 1806 in Ireland, and died 20 Jun 1875 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Tombstone.).

Notes for BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY: The 1851 census for Woodstock Parish, Carleton County states that Benjamin came from Ireland in 1839 with his wife and first 5 children listed in the 1851 census.

More About BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY:

Burial: 20 Nov 1882, Woodstock, Anglican Cemetery, Woodstock (Source: Tombstone.)

More About SARAH ANN ANDERSON:

Burial: 22 Jun 1875, Woodstock, Anglican Cemetery, Woodstock (Source Tombstone.)

Children of BENJAMIN DOHERTY and SARAH ANDERSON are:

3 i. ELIZABETH DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1824.

4. ii. ISAAC DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1826, Ireland; d. West Glassville, Carleton County.

5. iii. JAMES DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1828, Ireland; d. 19 Nov 1859, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

6. iv. ANN DOHERTY, b. 12 Apr 1829, Ireland; d. Abt. 1920, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

7. v. THOMAS EDWARD DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1833, Ireland.

8. vi. JOSEPH DOHERTY, b. 12 Sep 1834, Ireland; d. Abt. 1916, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

9. vii. JOHN DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1837, Ireland.

10. viii. JANE DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1839, Ireland.

11. ix. HUGH A DOHERTY, b. 03 Apr 1841, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

12. x. AUGUSTUS DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1844, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

13. xi. GEORGE R DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1846, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

14. xii. JULIA IRENA DOHERTY, b. Feb 1848, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick;

d. 22 Oct 1910, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. WILLIAM BROWN, 21 Oct 1884, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. 10 Sep 1846, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

 

More About JULIA IRENA DOHERTY:

Burial: 24 Oct 1910, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

 

More About WILLIAM BROWN:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,



3. ISAAC DOHERTY (DOHERTY FAMILY) was born Abt. 1801 in Ireland, and died 07 Jul 1864 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married CATHERINE MCGLJNCHY 18 Nov 1828 in Wakefield, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: York County Marriages 1812-1837.). She was born Abt. 1811 in Ireland, and died Aft. 1881 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Notes for ISAAC DOHERTY:

New Brunswick Land Petition 1826 (I have a copy of  both of these documentsw)

The petition of Isaac Dougherty, twenty five years of age, a single man, native of Ireland, the last four years a resident in New Brunswick.

Humbly Shewth that he is a British subject and has never received any land from the Crown and wishes to obtain an allotment of 200 acres of Crown land said situate on the west side of the Presque Isle River in the Parish of Wakefield, County of York on the west side of the River Saint John to commence adjoining above lands applied for by John Cochran and extend up the said river Presque Isle sufficient distance upon which no improvements has ever been made on it, which it is the intention to settle forthwith and comply in all respect with the Royal instructions as one of first settlers in the area.

30 October, 1820

Isaac Dougherty [ his signature ]

Note; 3 November, 1826 - the within situation is vacant and un-applied for.

Another petition on September 17, 1837 indicates he had a wife and five children and was living in Southampton, York County, New Brunswick.

In another petition, under James Huson on 4 June 1838, Isaac Doughtery was living in Richmond, Carleton County and Mr Huson was applying for land for a grist-mill and he claimed that the 50 settlers in the Richmond area had to either go 15- 20 miles or to the United States to a flour mill.

Children of ISAAC DOHERTY and CATHERINE MCGLINCHY are:

12. i. ELIZABETH ANN DOHERTY, b. 04 Dec 1829, Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 16 May 1908, Santa Cruz, California.

ii. THOMAS DAVID DOHERTY, b. 17 Oct 1830, Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Notes for THOMAS DAVID DOHERTY:

The Northampton Church Baptism records show Thomas David [ Dogherty] being born on 17 October, 1830 and baptized on 25 December, 1830 in Woodstock Parish. The father Isaac listed as a carpenter.

iii. JOHN DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1832, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iv. SARAH J DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1836, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

13. v. CATHERINE MARIA b. Abt. 1837, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Bef. 1881, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

vi. CHARLOTTE DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1839, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

vii. MARY S DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1841, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

14. viii. MARGARET DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1842, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 25 Aug 1908, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

ix. JOSEPH B DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1844, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick,

x. ISSAC DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1846, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

xi. ELLEN DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1849, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.



Generation No. 3

4. ISAAC DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born Abt. 1826 in Ireland, and died in West Glassville, Carleton County. He married HANNAH MARIA SEGEE 19 Jul 1859 in Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, daughter of THOMAS SEGEE and MARGARET McGLINCHY. She was born 21 Nov 1832 in New Maryland, York County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1910 in West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Notes for ISAAC DOHERTY:

Isaac with his wife Hannah and son Thomas were living in Kings Ward” in the City of Fredericton, York County, in the 1861 Census.

More About ISAAC DOHERTY:

Burial: Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick

More About HANNAH MARIA SEGEE:

Burial: Abt. 1910, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick



Children of ISAAC DOHERTY and HANNAH SEGEE are:

i. THOMAS DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1863, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

15. ii. BENJAMIN DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1865, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

16. iii. ANNIE DOHERTY, b. 18 Dec 1867, West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

17. iv. ERASTUS JAMES DOHERTY, b. 18 Dec 1869, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 09 Jun 1945, Royalton, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

18. v. RICHARD WESLEY DOHERTY, b. 30 Jun 1871, West Glassville, Carleton County; d. Abt. 1942, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

19 .vi. LUCY MARIA DOHERTY, b. 09 Aug 1874, West Glassville, Carleton County; d. 09 Jun 1951, Perth, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

vii. MARY DOHERTY, b. 16 May 1879.

viii. MINNIE DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1881.



5. JAMES DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born Abt. 1828 in Ireland, and died 19 Nov 1859 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married MARGARET MULHOLLAND 19 Apr 1859 in South Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Carleton Sentinel Newspaper- Woodstock, New Brunswick.).

More About JAMES DOHERTY:

Burial: 21 Nov 1859, McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

Child of JAMES DOHERTY and MARGARET MULHOLLAND is:

20. i. JAMES DOHERTY, b. 26 Feb 1860, Debec, Carleton county, New Brunswick; d. 04 Mar 918, Westbrook, Maine.

6. ANN DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 12 Apr 1829 in Ireland, and died Abt. 1920 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick. She married JOHN LAVERTY 01 Sep 1854 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, son of GEORGE LAVERTY and ELIZABETH BROWN. He was born Abt. 1826 in Richmond, CarletonCounty, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1897 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About ANN DOHERTY:

Burial: Abt. 1920, McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

More About JOHN LAVERTY:

Burial: Abt. 1897, McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

 

Children of ANN DOHERTY and JOHN LAVERTY are:

i. ELIZABETH LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1856, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. THOMAS DAY, 04 Oct 1886, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. Benton, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

21. ii. HOWARD LAVERTY, b. 23 Dec 1858, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1946, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iii. MATILDA LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1858, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. ELMER SANDERSON, 14 Jul 1886, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iv. EDWIN LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1859.

v. ERA STUS LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1862.

vi. MARIAN LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1864.

vii. LAURA HANNAH LAVERTY, b. 28 Feb 1867, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. WALTER EDWARD ABBOT, 07 Dec 1882, Benton, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

viii. JOSEPHENE LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1868, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. WILLIAM KIMBALL, 21 Nov 1894, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

22. ix. GEORGE BENJAMIN LAVERTY, b. 04 Mar 1870, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

23. x. WILLIAM BRADON LAVERTY, b. 02 May 1872, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 08 Jul 1942, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

7. THOMAS EDWARD DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born Abt. 1833 in Ireland. He married JANE GILLAN 24 Mar 1868 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Carleton Woodstock Sentinel newspaper.). She was born Abt. 1822 in New Brunswick.

Children of THOMAS DOHERTY and JANE GILLAN are:

i. JOHN DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1869.

ii. MARY F DOHERTY, b. Mar 1871.

8. JOSEPH DOHERTY (BENJAMINDAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 12 Sep 1834 in Ireland, and died Abt. 1916 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married

LUCY ANN SEGEE 14 May 1 856 in Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, daughter of THOMAS SEGEE and MARGARET MCGLINCHY. She was born 19 Feb 1832 in New Maryland, York County, New Brunswick, and died in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Notes for LUCY ANN SEGEE:

The late birth application on her daughter, Ada Blanche, gives the parents names and where they were living when Ada was born.

Children of JOSEPH DOHERTY and LUCY SEGEE are;

  1. WILLIAM HENRY DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1857, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. G!assville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About WILLIAM HENRY DOHERTY:

Burial: United Church, Glassville, Carleton County,

ii. ANNIE DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1859.

24. iii. THOMAS WILLIAM DOHERTY, b. 20 Jun 1860, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick; d. 12 Apr 1932, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iv. SARAH DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1861; m. GEORGE BROWN.

v. ADA BLANCHE DOHERTY, b. 08 Aug 1863, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

vi. JUDY JULIA DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1865.

vii. ELIZABETH DOHERTY, b. 30 Sep 1866, West Glassville, Carleton County; m. RANDOLPH LAPO1NT, 07 Jun 1907, Johnville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. Abt. 1860, Benton, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

25. viii. BENJAMIN DOHERTY, b. 11 Dec 1868, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

ix. LAURA MATILDA DOHERTY, b. 02 Mar 1871; m. THOMAS MCEWEN.

 

Notes for LAURA MATILDA DOHERTY:

Laura was baptized in the Anglican Church, Parish of Andover on 2 August 1871.

x. HOWARD DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1874.

i. RACHEL DELILA DOHERTY, b. 03 May 1877, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Late Birth Registration.).

9. JOHN DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY was born Abt. 1837 in Ireland. He married MARGARET MACDOUGAL.

Notes for MARGARET MACDOUGAL:

On the late birth application of her daughter, Caroline Louise, it gives the maiden name of MacDougal and the birth location of Caroline.

 

Children of John J DOHERTY and MARGARET MACD0UGAL are:

i. IDA BLANCHE DOHERTY, b. 05 Sep 1882, Kirkland, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

ii. CAROLINE LOUISE DOHERTY, b. 04 Aug 1884, Kirkland, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

 

10. JANE DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born Abt. 1839 in Ireland. She married WILLIAM JOHN McCUE 06 Sep 1866 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, son of THOMAS McCUE and SUSAN. He was born Abt. 1843 in Benton, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

 

Notes for WILLIAM JOHN McCUE:

The 1851 census for Woodstock [ J Carleton County states that William parents came from Ireland in 1832.


Children of JANE DOHERTY and WILLIAM McCUE are:

i. JAMES McCUE, b. Abt. 1867.

ii. ANNIE JANE McCUE, b. 29 Mar 1 878, Benton, Carleton County, New Brunswick.


Notes for ANNIE JANE MCCUE:

On a late birth application, it indicated that Annie was born in Benton and her father, William John McCue was a “millman”. It listed her mother as Jane Doherty, born in Ireland with the information given on 29 December, 1926 in Benton by her cousin, Henry Speers.

 

11. HUGH A DOHERTY (BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 03 Apr 1841 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married REBECCA. She was born 18 Jun 1855 in New Brunswick.

Notes for HUGH A DOHERTY:

Hugh and wife, Rebecca and family were living in Waterborough, Queens County in the 1881 Census.

Hugh and wife Rebecca were living in the Parish of Wilmot, Carleton County in the 1901 census.

 

Children of HUGH DOHERTY and REBECCA are:

i. JAMES ERNEST DOHERTY, b. 30 Jul 1874.

ii. ANNIE MAY DOHERTY, b. 28 Mar 1876.

iii. MARGARET DOITER b. 31 May 1881.

iv. CHARLES DOHERTY, b. 04 Feb 1892.

v. BURTON DOHERTY, b. 24 Apr 1897

12. ELIZABETH ANN DOHERTY (ISAAC DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 04 Dec 1829 in Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Northampton Anglican Church Records, # 693.), and died 16 May 1908 in Santa Cruz, California. She married ALLEN THOMAS STARKEY Abt. 1850 in Sonorna, California. He was born Abt. 1820 in Pennsylvania, and died Bef. 1880 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for ELIZABETH ANN DOHERTY:

Baptisms for the Woodstock Anglican Church has Elizabeth [ Doherty] being born on 4 December, 1829 and baptized on 15 August, 1830 in Woodstock Parish and lists Isaac Doherty, the father as a carpenter. The mother listed as Katherine.

More About ELIZABETH ANN DOHERTY:

Burial: 18 May 1908, Santa Cruz, California

Children of ELIZABETH DOHERTY and ALLEN STARKEY are:

i. MARY STARKEY, b. Jan 1850, Santa Rosa, Somana, California; d. Sep 1850, Santa Rosa, Somana, California.

ii. CAROLINE STARKEY, b. 12 Jun 1850, Santa Rosa, Somana, California; d. 19 Dec 1886, Independence, Kansas; m. JOHN MOFFITT, Abt. 1865, Alameda, California.

iii. ALBERT MORRIS STARKEY, b. 05 Dec 1851, Salinis, California; d. 18 Aug 1919, Chico, California; m. SARAH JENNIE CLAPP, 22 Nov 1873, Slack, Monterey, California.

 

More About ALBERT MORRIS STARKEY:

Burial: 20 Aug 1919, Chico Cemetery, Chico California

 

iv. WELLINGTON STARKEY, b. 23 Aug 1853, San Luis, Obispo, California; d. 04 Apr 1894, Mohave, Arizona; m. ESTHER ROBERTS, 14 Sep 1877, Williamson Valley, Arizona.

v. ESMARALDRA MIRANDA STARKEY, b. Abt. 1854, Alamada, California.

vi. ALLEN THOMAS STARKEY, b. Abt. 1858, Alamada, California.

26. vii. ARDEEN STARKEY, b. 15 May 1860, Salem, Oregon.

viii. ARGYLE STARKEY, b. Dec 1861, Alamada, California; m. ETHEL, Abt. 1888.

x. SHERMAN STARKEY, b. Oct 1866, Alamada, California; m. SUSAN, Abt. 1894.

x. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STARKEY, b. 30 Oct 1869, California; d. 05 Nov 1948, Alameda, California; m. LILLIC.

13. CATHERINE MARIA DOHERTY (ISAAC DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born Abt. 1837 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Bel 1881 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. She married THOMAS MILTON 25 Oct 1858 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Carleton County Marriages, Book A # 481, Also Carleton Sentinel - Woodstock.). He was born 11 May 1 835 in Nova Scotia, and died Aft. 1901.

 

Children of CATHERINE DOHERTY and THOMAS MILTON are:

27. i. THOMAS J MILTON, b. 25 Dec 1859, Long Reach, Kings County, New Brunswick; d. 23 Dec ,1939, Cloverdale, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

ii. CATHERINE MILTON, b. Abt. 1860, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iii. ISAAC JOHN MILTON, b. Abt. 1862.

28. iv. BARBARA L MILTON, b. 03 May 1864, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1931, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

V. STATIN THOMAS MILTON, b. Abt. 1867.

vi. WILLIAM MILTON, b. 24 Sep 1869, West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 07 Jan 1948, West Glassville, Carleton County.

 

Notes for WILLIAM MILTON:

Hartland Observer 18 January, 1948

William Milton dies in Hospital - The death of William Milton occurred in the LP Fisher Hospital in Woodstock on Wednesday, January 7. Mr. Milton suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home in Bristol a few days previous to his death. He was born in West Glassville 78 years ago, a son of the late Thomas and Marie [ Milton. When a young man, he went to the United States where he spent the greater part of his life. For the past few years, he has made his home in Bristol, where he had many friends who will learn of his death with regret. Among several nephews and nieces who survive him are William Fisher, Arygle, Mrs. Mattie Sturey, and Mrs. Ernest Bargman of New Haven, Conn. The funeral was held Friday at the United Baptist Church, Glassville by Rev Amey. Interment was at the family plot at the church. William never married as noted on his death certificate. His occupation was in the lumbering business.

More About WILLIAM MILTON:

Burial: 09 Jan 1948, South Cloverdale Cemetery, Carleton County.

14. MARGARET DOHERTY (ISAAC DOHERTY FAMILY) was born Abt. 1842 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 25 Aug 1908 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick. She married JOHN CUTRR1E KNOWLTON 26 Dec 1872 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He was born 12 Jan 1833 in New Brunswick, and died 14 Mar 1908 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About MARGARET DOHERTY:

Burial: McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Tombstone.)

More About JOHN CURRIE KNOWLTON:

Burial: McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

Children of MARGARET DOHERTY and JOHN KNOWLTON are:

29. i. JESS1E KNOWLTON, b. 14 Oct 1 873, Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 10 Dec 1933, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

ii. WILLIAM KNOWLTON b. Abt. 1877.



Generation No. 4



15. BENJAMIN DOHERTY (ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born Abt. 1865 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died in West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married LYDIA ANN BROOKER. She was born in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died in West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Children of BENJAMIN DOHERTY and LYDIA BROOKER are:

i. WILLIAM DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1900.

ii. JULIA DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1903, West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1963, West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. ELMER GLENN.

iii. ISAAC DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1909.

16. ANNIE DOHERTY (ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 18 Dec1867 in West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. She married PATRICK MCCARTHY 06 Oct 1887 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick, son of PATRICK MCCARTHY and MARY MCLAUGHLIN. He was born 08 Aug 1864 in Grand Falls Portage, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

Children of ANNIE DOHERTY and PATRICK McCARTHY are:

30. i. BERNARD McCARTHY, b. 08 Dec 1889, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

ii. LUCY MARIE McCARTHY, b. 20 Dec 1890.

31. iii. ISAAC PATRICK McCARTHY, b. 17 Mar 1892, Limestone Siding, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

iv. MICHAEL HENRY McCARTHY, b. 08 Jan 1894, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

v. THOMAS HERMAN McCARTHY, b. 16 Feb 1897.

vi. MARGARET ELIZABETH McCARTHY, b. 13 Nov 1899, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

vii. MARY ANASTASIA McCARTHY, b. 28 Apr 1901, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

viii. MINNIE McCARTHY, b. Abt. 1902, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick; d. 29 Nov 1914, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

More About MINNIE McCARTHY:

Burial: 01 Dec 1914, Limestone, Victoria County, New Brunswick

ix. JOSEPH DONALD McCARTHY, b. 11 Mar 1904, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick; d. 18 Mar 1987, Patten, Aroostook County, Maine.

x. JOHN NELSON McCARTHY, b. 17 Feb 1909, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

17. E JAMES DOHERTY (ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 18 Dec 1869 in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 09 Jun 1945 in Royalton, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married (1) JANNETT BELL 27 Jun 1897 in Aroostook County, Maine, daughter of WTLLIAM BELL and JANNET BELL. She was born Abt. 1876 in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Bef. 1920 in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married (2) CATHERINE BROOKER 21 Dec 1920 in Landsdown, Carleton County, New Brunswick, daughter of JAMES BROOKER and CATHERINE DAVENPORT. She was born 26 Apr 1885 in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 13 Sep 1950 in Perth Hospital, Perth, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

Notes for ERASTUS JAMES DOHERTY:

Erastus James was baptized on 2 August 1871 by the Anglican Church of Andover Parish and his parents listed as living in Glassville.

More About ERASTUS JAMES DOHERTY:

Burial: 11 Jun 1945, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick

 

More About CATHERINE BROOKER:

Burial: 15 Sep 1950, Baptist Cemetery, Andover, Victoria County, New Brunswick

 

Children of ERASTUS DOHERTY and JANNETT BELL are:

i. ALFRED DOHERTY.

ii. KATHLEEN V DOHERTY, d. Mars Hill, Maine; m. ORMAN W CURTIS, 06 Jul 1938, Mars Hill, Maine; b. Abt. 1914, Mars Hill, Maine; d. 15 May 1963, Presque Isle, Aroostook County, Maine.

Notes for KATHLEEN V DOHERTY:

Maine Marriage Records indicate Katherine was living in Florenceville, Carleton County, New Brunswick and her future husband was living in Mars Hill, Maine.

iii. ORLAND DOHERTY.

iv. CLAUDE DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1898, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1970, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. BERTHA J CAMPBELL; b. Abt. 1908, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1979, Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick

More About CLAUDE DOHERTY:

Burial: Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick

v. WILLIAM ISAAC DOHERTY, b. 15 Feb 1900, West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.



Notes for WILLIAM ISAAC DOHERTY:

On the late birth registration for William, it states I Leila Schriver of Florenceville, Carleton County am an older relative of the aforesaid – at Florenceville on 23 November, 1963.



Note; Lelia [ Lila] Schriver was a sister to Janet Bell who married Douglas Schriver of Florencevile, Carleton County on 17 December, 1911 in Maine



32. vi. HENRY THOMAS DOHERTY, b. 20 Apr 1906, Maine.

Children of Henry Doherty and Hilda Laura Cristofori

  1. Janette Bell

  2. Henry Thomas, Jr

  3. Ranney Allen

18. RICHARD WESLEY DOHERTY (ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 30 Jun 1871 in West Glassville, Carleton County, and died Abt. 1942 in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married LEVINA BELL BROOKER 16 Apr 1895 in Gordonsville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, daughter of JAMES BROOKER and CATHERINE DAVENPORT. She was born 22 Feb 1877 in Gordonsville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1940 in Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About RICHARD WESLEY DOHERTY:

Burial: Fielding, Carleton County, New Brunswick

Children of RICHARD DOHERTY and LEVINA BROOKER are:

i. ESKA MAE DOHERTY, b. 26 Feb 1898:

ii. JOHN E DOHERTY, b. 15 Jul 1900.

iv.LLEWLYN ALLEN DOHERTY, b. 30 Jun 1905.

19. LUCY MARIA DOHERTY (ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 09 Aug 1874 in West Glassville, Carleton County, and died 09 Jun 1951 in Perth, Victoria County, New Brunswick. She married JAMES McCARTHY 24 Jun 1896 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick, son of PATRICK McCARTHY and MARY McLAUGHLIN. He was born 01 Apr 1873 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick, and died 11 Jun 1948 in Grand Falls Portage, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

Notes for LUCY MARIA DOHERTY:

On the death certificate of Lucy, it stated she died of stomach cancer in the Hotel-Dieu Hospital in Perth. She was living on Forrest Avenue in Fort Fairfield and is buried in Limestone, New Brunswick.

More About LUCY MARIA DOHERTY:

Burial: 11 Jun 1951, Limestone, Victoria County, New Brunswick

More About JAMES McCARTHY:

Burial: 13 Jun 1948, Grand Falls Portage, Victoria County, New Brunswick

 

Children of LUCY DOHERTY and JAMES McCARTHY are:

i. ANN ESTELLA McCARTHY, b. 07 Jan 1898.

ii. LAURA MATILDA McCARTHY, b. 02 Jul 1 899

iii. JAMES AMBROSE McCARTHY, b. 26 Mar 1901, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

33 . iv. ALMA LUCY McCARTHY, b. 06 Jun 1902, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

v. ELIZABETH RUTH McCARTHY, b. 24 Mar 1904, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

vi. ELLEN MAMA McCARTHY, b. 08 Aug 1905, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

34. vii. LEO JOYNER McCARTHY, b. 03 Nov 1906, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

viii. JOSEPH EDWARD McCARTHY, b. 30 Oct 1908, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

ix. GEORGE ANGUS McCARTHY, b. 18 Jan 1910, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

x. CHARLES PATRICK McCARTHY, b. 05 Nov 1911, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

xi. JOHN CARROLL McCARTHY, b. 30 Aug 1913.



20. JAMES DOHERTY (JAMES BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 26 Feb 1860 in Debec, Carleton county, New Brunswick, and died 04 Mar 1918 in Westbrook, Maine. He married BES STE GREENOUGH.

 

Child of JAMES DOHERTY and BESSIE GREENOUGH is:

IRENE ADA DOHERTY, b. 17 Jul 1904, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.



21. HOWARD LAVERTY (ANN DOHERTY, BENJAMINDAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 23 Dec 1858 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1946 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married AUGUSTA GUSTY H THOMPSON 02 Jul 1889 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick, daughter of JOHN THOMPSON and JENNIE LONDON. She was born 08 Apr 1868 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 06 Feb 1920 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About HOWARD LAVERTY:

Burial: McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

More About AUGUSTA GUSTY H THOMPSON:

Burial: 08 Feb 1920, McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

 

Children of HOWARD LAVERTY and AUGUSTA THOMPSON are:

i. ANNIE MAY LAVERTY, b. 16 Jun 1890, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. HORACE TILLEY, 16 Jun 1909, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. Abt. 1882, Hammond, Kings County, New Brunswick.

ii. LENA LAVERTY, b. 10 Jun 1892, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iii. JOHN H LAVERTY, b. 20 Jan 1895.

iv. CATHERINE LAVERTY, b. Abt. 1909, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1927, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About CATHERINE LAVERTY:

Burial: McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

35. v. ALLEN LAVERTY.

22. GEORGE BENJAMIN LAVERTY (4NN DOHERTY, BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY)

was born 04 Mar 1870 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married MARY MATILDA BROWN. She was born 20 Dec 1872 in New Brunswick.

Children of GEORGE LAVERTY and MARY BROWN are:

i. LENA BERYL LAVERTY, b. 20 Aug 1897.

ii. CHARLES MURRAY LAVERTY, b. 10 Jan 1898.

iii. CLARENCE ALVIN LAVERTY, b. 09 Jan 1903.

iv. LAURA MAIJD LAVERTY, b. 25 May 1906.

23. WILLIAM BRADON LAVERTY (ANN DOHERTY, BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY)

was born 02 May 1872 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 08 Jul 1942 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Death Certificate.). He married ANNIE I PICKEL 21 Dec 1904 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick, daughter of JAMES PICKEL and ANNIE. She was born Abt. 1881 in Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About WILLIAM BRADON LAVERTY:

Burial: 10 Jul 1942, McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

Child of WILLIAM LAVERTY and ANNIE PICKEL is:

i. ALBERT LAVERTY.

24. THOMAS WILLIAM DOHERTY (JOSEPH BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 20 Jun 1860 in Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, and died 12 Apr 1932 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married GRACE ANN LINDSAY, daughter of JAMES LINDSAY and JANE TILLELEY. She was born 11 May 1860 in Centerville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 01 Dec 1948 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About THOMAS WILLIAM DOHERTY:

Burial: 14 Apr 1932, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

More About GRACE ANN LINDSAY:

Burial: 03 Dec 1948, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

Children of THOMAS DOHERTY and GRACE LINDSAY are:

i. JOSEPHINE JESSIE DOHERTY, b. 02 May 1881, West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. JOHN THOMAS BLACK, 30 Jul 1902, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. Abt. 1873, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

36. ii. HUGH JOHNSTON DOHERTY, b. 25 May 1884, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 23 Jan 1942, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

37. iii. ARILLA MAY DOHERTY, b. 09 Nov 1886, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1968, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iv. ALMA LOUISE DOHERTY, b. 03 Sep 1892, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick (Source: Late Birth Registration.).



25. BENJAMIN DOHERTY (JOSEPH BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 11 Dec 1868 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married FLORA BANKS.

Child of BENJAMIN DOHERTY and FLORA BANKS are:

i. BESSIE ELDORA DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1905, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. PERLEY HAROLD DEMERCHANT, 18 Jun 1923, Andover, Victoria County, New Brunswick; b. Abt. 1899, Bath, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

26. ARDEEN STARKEY (ELIZ4BETHAIVN DOHERTY, ISAAC DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 15 May 1860 in Salem, Oregon. He married TEREAS TANN. She was born in San Francisco, California.

Child of ARDEEN STARKEY and TEREAS TANN is:

i. NATHAN STARKEY, b. 24 Oct 1889, Hacksbury, Arizona; d. 07 Aug 1925, Marion County, Oregon; m. EDITH ETHEL EAVES.

Notes for NATHAN STARKEY:

Nathan died in an automobile accident.

More About NATHAN STARKEY:

Burial: 11 Aug 1925, Felton Cemetery, Marion County, Oregon



27. THOMAS J MILTON (CATHERINE M4RIA DOHERTY, ISAAC DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 25 Dec 1859 in Long Reach, Kings County, New Brunswick, and died 23 Dec 1939 in Cloverdale, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married EMMA AGNES HARRINGTON. She was born 31 Mar 1864 in Cloverdale, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 27 Oct 1949 in Cloverdale, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Notes for THOMAS J MILTON:

On the death certificate of Thomas, it states he was born in Long Reach, New Brunswick. Thomas and his wife were living in the Parish of Brighton in the 1901 Census. Thomas and his wife, Emma are buried in the South Cloverdale, Cemetery in Carleton County.

More About THOMAS J MILTON:

Burial: 24 Dec 1939, South Cloverdale Cemetery, Carleton County.

Notes for EMMA AGNES HARRINGTON:

Hartland Observer November 3, 1949 --

Cloverdale woman Dead – Mrs. Emma Agnes Milton, one of the oldest residents of the Community, died at her home in Cloverdale on October 27. She was in her 89th year. Left to mourn are two daughters, Mr.s John A Billings { Lola I and Mrs. Oliver Lawrence Elizabeth I as well as 34 grandchildren, 14 Great grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral held at home of Mrs. Billings on October 27, 1949. Interment at Family plot in the church Cemetery.

More About EMMA AGNES HARRINGTON:

Burial: 29 Oct 1949, South Cloverdale Cemetery, Carleton County.

Children of THOMAS MILTON and EMMA HARRINGTON are:

i. ELSA MILTON, b. 30 Jun 1896.

ii. ELIZABETH MILTON, m. OLIVER LAWRENCE, 19 Jul 1920, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

iii. LOLA MILTON, b. Cloverdale, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. JOHN

ALBERT BILIJNGS, 08 May 1917, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; b. 16 Oct 1865, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 12 Feb 1949, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About JOHN ALBERT BILLINGS:

Burial: 14 Feb 1949, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

28. BARBARA L MILTON (CATHERINE MARIA DOHERTY, ISAAC DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 03 May 1864 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1931 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. She married (2) HARVEY FISHER 17 Oct 1889 in West Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He was born 15 Dec 1864 in Nova Scotia, and died Abt. 1969 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About BARBARA L MILTON:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

Notes for HARVEY FISHER:

Harvey and his wife Barbara and children were living in the Parish of Aberdeen in the 1901Census for Carleton County. Barbara father Thomas was also living there as was a step-son Charles A Milton

More About HARVEY FISHER:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

Children of BARBARA L MILTON are:

i. CHARLES A MILTON, b. 18 Feb 1885.

ii. JAMES FISHER, b. Abt. 1886; d. Bef. 1901, West Glassville, Carleton County.

Children of BARBARA MILTON and HARVEY FISHER are:

iii. KENNETH FISHER, b. Abt. 1890, New Brunswick; d. Bef. 1901, West Glassville, Carleton County.

iv. BESSIE L FISHER, b. 02 Apr 1895.

38. v. WILLIAM A FISHIER, b. 23 Apr 1896; d. Abt. 1948, Argyle, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

vi. RUBY C FISHER, b. 21 Mar 1897.

vii. MATTIE E FISHER, b. 11 Feb 1899, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. MR STUREY.

viii. PHOEBE FISHER, b. 2LMar 1900.

29. JESSIE KNOWLTON (MARGARET DOHERTY, ISAAC DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 14 Oct 1873 in Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 10 Dec 1933 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married AUGUSTA M ROGERS 23 Oct 1907 in Northampton, Carleton County, New Brunswick, daughter of JOHN ROGERS and ELIZABETH. She was born Abt. 1884 in Northampton, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1938 in Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About JESSIE KNOWLTON:

Burial: 12 Dec 1933, McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

More About AUGUSTA M ROGERS:

Burial: McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick

Child of JESSIE KNOWLTON and AUGUSTA ROGERS is:

  1. JOHN CURRTE KNOWLTON, b. Abt. 1908, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1971, Debec, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About JOHN CURRIE KNOWLTON:

Burial: McKenzie Corner, Carleton County, New Brunswick



Generation No. 5

30. BERNARD MCCARTHY (ANNIEL DOHERTY, ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTYFAMILY) was born 08 Dec 1889 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick. He married MARY JANE RALPH 17 Apr 1924 in Maliseet, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

Children of BERNARD MCCARTHY and MARY RALPH are:

i. CECIL ANTHONY MCCARTHY, m. MURIEL ROSE SULLIVAN, 15 Nov 1950, Plaster Rock, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

ii. PATRICK P MCCARTHY, b. Abt. 15 Apr 1919, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

16 iii. MARY MARGARET MCCARTHY, b. 06 Mar 1921, Grand Falls Portage, Victoria County, New Brunswick; m. LEROY ARNOLD JONES, 30 Jun 1940, Andover, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

iv. RITA FRANCAIS MCCARTHY, b. 03 May 1924, Grandfalls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

31. ISAAC PATRICK MCCARTHY (ANNIE DOHERTY, ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTYDOHERTY FAMILY)

was born 17 Mar 1892 in Limestone Siding, Victoria County, New Brunswick. He married (1) BERTHA DOHERTY. She died Bef. 1923 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick. He married (2) REBECCA DOODY 30 Jul 1923 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick, daughter of ZACHARY DOODY and NANCY CARR. She was born in Victoria County, New Brunswick.

 

Child of ISAAC MCCARTHY and BERT DOHERTY is:

i. ROWENA ELIZABETH MCCARTHY, b. 27 Sep 1917, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

 

Children of ISAAC MCCARTHY and REBECCA DOODY are:

ii. THOMAS HENRY MCCARTHY, b. 12 Dec 1921, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

iii. HAYDEN PATRICK MCCARTHY, b. 14 Mar 1922.

iv. GEORGE AMBROSE MCCARTHY, b. 06 May 1923, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

39. v. CALVIN R MCCARTHY, b. 11 Jul 1925, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick; d. 18 Nov 2000, Patten, Aroostook County, Maine.

vi. BARBARA MCCARTHY, m. MR PORTER.

vii. HARRY MCCARTHY.

32. HENRY THOMAS DOHERTY (ERASTUS JAMES ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born 20 Apr 1906 in Maine.

Children of HENRY THOMAS DOHERTY are:

i. JANETTE BELL DOHERTY

ii. HENRY THOMAS DOHERTY, JR.

iii. RANNEY ALLEN DOHERTY



33. ALMA LUCY MCCARTHY (LUCYMARIA DOHERTY, ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 06 Jun 1902 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick. She married LEONARD THOMAS MCCARTHY 08 Nov 1927 in St Patrick, Cliffonvale, Quebec, son of FRANCAIS MCCARTHY and JULIA CAOUETTE. He was born 06 Apr 1907 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.



Children of ALMA MCCARTHY and LEONARD MCCARTHY are:

i. BERNICE ALMA MCCARTHY, b. 28 Jul 1928; m. VERNON GOODINE, 30 Dec 1947, Limestone, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

ii. GENEVA B MCCARTHY, b. 30 Sep 1929, Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick; m. GILBERT LAWRENCE BEAULIEU, 16 Nov 1948, Limestone, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

iii. GLENN MCCARTHY, b. 28 Dec 1930, Limestone Siding, Victoria County, New Brunswick; m. ROSAIRE PELLETIER, 26 Jun 1950, Presque Isle, Maine.

34. LEO JOYNER MCCARTHY (LUCY MARIA DOHERTY, ISAAC BENJAMIN DAUGHERTYDOHERTY FAMILY) was born 03 Nov 1906 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick. He married HELENA BERTHA HITCHCOCK 08 Nov 1927 in Limestone, Aroostook County, Maine, daughter of PERLEY HITCHCOCK and BERTHA WATSON. She was born 21 Jul 1908 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

Children of LEO MCCARTHY and HELENA HITCHCOCK are:

i. DEAN ALLEN MCCARTHY, b. Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick; m. KR1STA JENKINS, 26 Aug 1989, Limestone, Victoria County, New Brunswick.

ii. DOROTHY HELENA MCCARTHY, m. REGINALD ANTHONY GOODINE, 18 Feb 1948, Limestone, Andover County, New Brunswick.

  1. LUCY EILEEN MCCARTHY, m. EUGENE RAYMOND GO0DINE, 23 Jan 1950, Limestone, Andover County, New Brunswick.

35. ALLEN LAVERTY (HOWARD ANN DOHERTY, BENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY’ FAMILY)

Child of ALLEN LAVERTY is:

i. DAWN LAVERTY, m. MR MATHESON.

36. HUGH JOHNSTON DOHERTY (THOMAS WILLIAM JOSEPH BENJAMIN DAUGHERTYDOHERTY FAMILY,) was born 25 May 1884 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 23 Jan 1942 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. He married ANNIE FERRIE QUINN 30 Apr 1913 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, daughter of PETER QUINN and ELLEN BROWN. She was born Abt. 1895 in Marysville, York County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1970 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.


Notes for HUGH JOHNSTON DOHERTY:

On the death certificate of Hugh, it states he died from a fractured skull from a kick of a horse.

 

More About HUGH JOHNSTON DOHERTY:

Burial: 25 Jan 1942, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

 

Notes for ANNIE FERRIE QUINN:

On the wedding certificate of Annie, it indicated she was born in Marysville, York County, New Brunswick.

 

More About ANNIE FERRIE QUINN:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

Children of HUGH DOHERTY and ANNIE QUINN are:

  1. ORRIN DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1914, West Glassville, Carleton County; d. Abt. 1983, West Glassville, Carleton County; m. LEOLA M BROOKER; b. Abt.1923.

More About ORRIN DOHERTY:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

  1. FRANK H J DOHERTY, b. Abt. 1923, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1987, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. ESTER I DONOVAN; b. Abt. 1925; d. Abt. 1976, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About FRANK H J DOHERTY:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

More About ESTER I DONOVAN:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

37. ARILLA MAY DOHERTY (THOMAS WILLIAM JOSEPH BENJAMIN DAUGHERTYDOHERTY’ FAMILY) was born 09 Nov 1 86 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died Abt. 1968 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick. She married FREDERICK ELLIOTT. He was born Abt. 1875, and died Abt. 1960 in Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

More About ARILLA MAY DOHERTY:

Burial: Abt. 1968, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

More About FREDERICK ELLIOTT:

Burial: Abt. 1960, United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

 

Children of ARILLA DOHERTY and FREDERICK ELLIOTT are:

i. FREDERICK BUD CHARLES ELLIOTT, b. Abt. 1915, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. Abt. 1962, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick; m. CLAUDIA E GLENN; b. Abt. 1924; d. Abt. 1985, Glassville, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

 

More About FREDERICK BUD CHARLES ELLIOTT:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

More About CLAUDIA E GLENN:

Burial: United Church Cemetery, Glassville, Carleton County,

40. ii. GLADYS AURILLA ELLIOTT, b. Kenneth, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 06 May 2002, Saint John, New Brunswick.

iii. MARY ELLIOTT, m. HERB MARSHALL.

iv. MAUDE ELLIOTT, m. FRED MOORES.

v. JESSIE ELLIOTT.

vi. MARGARET ELLIOTT.

vii. EMILY ELLIOTT.

38. WILLIAM A FISHER (BARBARA L MILTON, CATHERINE MARIA DOHERTY, ISAACDOHERTY FAMILY) was born 23 Apr 1896, and died Abt. 1948 in Argyle, Carleton County,New Brunswick. He married PHEBE ANN HOVEY 10 Sep 1919 in Argyle, Carleton County,New Brunswick, daughter of JAMES HOVEY and JESSIE LYONS. She was born 04 Feb 1899 in Argyle, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

Notes for WILLIAM A FISHER:

The location of William’s birth place was on the death certificate of his son Charles Fisher.

Notes for PHEBE ANN HOVEY:

Was living in Hartland, Carleton County in the 1970’s

Child of WILLIAM FISHER and PHEBE HOVEY is:

i. CHARLES FISHER, b. 05 Aug 1920, Argyle, Carleton County, New Brunswick; d. 30 Sep 1934, Argyle, Carleton County, New Brunswick.

 

Generation No. 6

39. CALVIN R MCCARTHY (ISAAC PATRICK ANNIE” DOHERTY, ISAAC BENJAMINDAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born ii Jul 1925 in Grand Falls, Victoria County, New Brunswick, and died 18 Nov 2000 in Patten, Aroostook County, Maine.

More About CALVIN R MCCARTHY:

Burial: 20 Nov 2000, Patten, Aroostook County, Maine

Children of CALVIN R MCCARTHY are:

i. CALVIN MCCARTHY.

ii. JERE MCCARTHY, b. Patten, Aroostook County, Maine; m. RENE.

iii. GARY MCCARTHY.

iv. TERESA MCCARTHY, b. Patten, Aroostook County, Maine; m. DENNIS GEHRT.

  1. MARTIN MCCARTHY, b. Patten, Aroostook County, Maine; m. RACHAEL.

40. GLADYS AURILLA ELLIOTT (ARILLA MAY DOHERTY, THOMAS WILLIAM JOSEPHBENJAMIN DAUGHERTY DOHERTY FAMILY) was born in Kenneth, Carleton County, New Brunswick, and died 06 May 2002 in Saint John, New Brunswick. She married GEORGE FORBES.

 

More About GLADYS AURILLA ELLIOTT:

Burial: 08 May 2002, Black River United Cemetery

Children of GLADYS ELLIOTT and GEORGE FORBES are:

i. THOMAS FORBES, m. ELIZABETH QUINN.

ii. LINDA FORBES, b. Saint John, New Brunswick; m. JOHN BLIZZARD; b. Saint John, New Brunswick.

iii. CONNIE FORBES, m. MICHAEL Dow

 

Bell Church First Opened In Fielding

If you have ever taken the time to drive through some of the hundreds of miles of rural roads in this area, you know that this part of the world has dozens of old churches.

Of course that can be said of any rural area such as Carleton County which has been settled for hundreds of years. It seems that every time you drive through a settlement with more than a half-dozen houses, you also see a small church.

But, as you discover that some of those old houses you find are now an abandoned shell of what used to be a bustling family home, there are also some of those old churches that too have been discarded and allow ed to degrade over time, their sanctuary and cemetery now a silent testament to years and lives past.

One Fielding church, which was founded in 1911 and was destined to become a paint-chipped, broken- windowed relic after closed in the late 1950’s due to a dwindling congregation, has been reopened and more recently renovated and expanded.

Reopened in 1967 as the Fielding Free Will Baptist Church under the guidance of Rev. Hazen Burlock and renovated in 1983 when the old chapel was moved onto a new foundation, the church has again become a centre of worship in the area. Also added was a new wing complete with a fellowship room, kitchen and meeting rooms, in 1990.

Not only has the church grown in size due to the renovations and the addition of a new wing, the congregation has also grown to over 50.

The building has been made more comfortable with the replacement of the old oil lamps with electric lights and the old pot-bellied stove has given way to a new furnace. A

nursery and four Sunday school rooms have been constructed downstairs and washrooms installed on both levels.

While the old stained glass windows didn’t survive the renovations, the old windows were replaced with energy-efficient ones, portions of them did. A number of pieces were cut and fashioned into a Star of David which now adorns the entry to the sanctuary.

The little church was first envisioned on Mar. 29, 1911 by the church’s original five members, Jane Green, Maggie Briggs, Jane Campbell, Josie Brooker and Roy Bell, and grew very fast at the beginning. After opening officially on Mar. 16, 1912, the church had grown to 23 members by September 1914.

The building committee, which included trustees Teresa and William Bell, Andrew W. Bell, Rufus Giberson, Geo Grant and Zila Lock hart, started work on the project immediately and the task was com

plated in less than one year. The original plot of land was purchased by Andrew W. Bell from Teresa and William Bell for just $1.

The first leader of the congregation was Rev. G. A. Giberson while the first Sunday school services were presented on June 13, 1913 by Samuel Rogers. Ida (Minnie) Bell, wife of Andrew W. Bell, taught the first classes.

In those days money was scarce and supplies few so she started her Sunday school on $3.93 and a home made table which she donated. That table is still on display at the church to this day.

Sunday school still continues to this day on Sunday mornings. As well, seniors’ and youth groups have been added to the weekly schedule. Youth meetings are held every Wednesday and Friday night. A 15-passenger van has also been purchased to be used by these groups.

Rev, Burlock still occupies the pulpit on Sunday mornings, although now he is assisted on occasion by John Khicn.

So, next time you drive through and notice a little church in Fielding near the entrance of the Black Brook Road, remember that it very well could have become a forgotten remnant of years past instead of becoming a part of many people’s spiritual lives now. All it took was a little foresight and a lot of hard work by the congregation.

The church which started as a dream of five people 85 years ago has now become a thriving centre of worship again when it only was a whisker away from being abandoned for good.



6B The Observer, Hartland, N. B. Wednesday July 31, 1996

BELL CHURCH FOUNDERS - The Free Will Baptist Church in Fieldinq, formerly known as the Bell Church when it first opened in 1911, has recently been added onto and refurbished over the last few years. Holding a photograph of her great-

grandparents Andrew and Minnie Bell, founders of the church, is Anna Kilfoil, left, and in the centre is Dora Elkins, holding a photo of her grandmother, founder Tressa Bell and Rev. Hazen Burlock with a photo of founder William Bell.

FIELDING CHURCH NOW A THRIVING SPOT - The Fielding Free Will Baptist now boasts a thriving congregation of over 50, quite a change from the late 1950’s when the church was closed due to a lack of one. The church was reopened in 1967 and has steadily grown ever since

 


Origins of the Name - O'Dochartaigh Clann Assn. - Inishowen Genealogy, Co. Donegal.

http://www.odochartaigh.org/


Meaning 1: 'The Destroyer', or 'Obstructive', understood to have been earned in battle.

Meaning 2: 'People of the Oaks'


'Who so ever asks me of my birth - I will tell them I am born of Irish Princes who ruled in Donegal a thousand years ago; that I am descended from the High Kings of Ireland, and my name is from the Clann Q'Dochartaigh!'


Metamorphosis of the name 'Dochartaig' (DOCKH-har-tay)


Here is the history of the O'Dochartaigh name


The Bizarre Metamorphosis of an Irish Name


Our Clann Research Unit has discovered over 140 ways of spelling this old Gaelic/Irish name which moved out of the Finn River valley in the late 1200's. From 1690 to the late 1820's the use of the prefix '0' (signifying 'grandson of) was illegal for those living in Ireland, so both versions will be found.


Born at the turn of the 800's, Fiamhain had but one name. Surnames were not yet in use. He was the son of Cennfaeladh (pronounced Cenn Fala). The latter was the Prince of Tyrconnell when the year 800 dawned. Fiamhain in turn had several children, one being Maongal, who in turn had a child called Donal.


This grandson of Fiamhaim, though born with the given name Donal, earned the title "Dochartaig" due to his exploits on the battlefield. It is believed the meaning of that name is 'The Destroyer', which is hotly debated. Some experts argue that it means 'Obstructive', which again could be related to the battlefield.


Following the direct line down from Fiamhain through Dochartaig, records indicate Dochartaig's son to have been Maongall. Maongall's son was Donoch. Being the grandson of Dochartaig, Donoch took the '0' to his surname and became the first O'Dochartaigh.


In Brehon Law, it is understood that the first to use a surname (Dochartaigh in this case) used the Grandfather's name as its 'Clann Name'. [So, the O'Dochartaighs are direct descendants of the Clann Fiamhain.] This Clann research is far from complete!

 

Origins:


Cennfaeladh (pronounced: cenn falla) - Prince of Tyrconnell about 800 AD

Fiamhain - early 800's

Maongal - son of Fiamhain

Donal - son of Maongal, earned the title 'Dochartaig'

Maongall - son of Dochartaig

Donoch - grandson of Dochartaig, therefore: O'Dochartaig

O'Docartaig - 890 to 1550

O'Dochartaigh -later Irish

O'Dougherty, O'Dogherty - use by Cahir Rua about 1600

O'Docherty, Docherty - Scoticized


Introduced into foreign lands as:


Daugherty - went to North America before 1800

Dougherty -majority landed in the USA after 1800 (Our family landed in Canada)

Daugheetee - out of West Virginia mountains

Darity - into the southern seaboard, USA

Dority - same name further West, USA

Daughtry - used in deep South and West, USA

Daughtrey - derivation of the previous, especially popular in Texas

Doherty - modern Anglicization, popular since 1800, found in North-central USA [and the East & West coast of Canada]

[Dogherty - found in Spain] · Dorrity - found in Derry, Cork and a few areas of the USA


Variations on O'Dochartaigh - a name game


Can you identify the earliest occurrence of any of these names outside Ireland, and where they came from? Clann researchers have identified over 140 spellings of our name derived from the Gaelic O'Dochartaigh (with and without the '0'). The modern anglicized form is O'Doherty. Here is a grouped and alphabetized list of variations I have found reference to. The more common variants are underlined. Unverified spellings are followed by a "?" Locations & dates indicate the earliest immigration I have identified to the country indicated. Notes {l} indicate sources. Where there is no note I got the name from O'Doherty Clann publications. Corrections and additions are welcomed.


Here is a raw list of all 90 versions I have collected. Most are entered into the table following:


Daghrtey Daherty Darighty Darity Darty Dauerty Daugh Daugharty Daugheetee Daugherde Daugherty * Daughery Daughhetee Daughry Daughten Daughton Daughtrey Daughtry Daughty Dauherty Dawherty de Duarte DeHart DeHate DeHority Dehorty DeHorty? Doaghan Docartaig* Dochartach* Dochartaigh* Docharty Docher Docherty * Dochetry Dochrety Dockarty Dockerty Dockery Dockhardy Doeherty Dogert Dogerty Doggart Doghartie Dogharty Doghertie Dogherty ! Doharty Dohdrty Dohem Doheny Doherdy Doherty * Dohertye Dohorty Dorethy Dorety Doriahy Doriety? Dority Dorority Dorothy1)orrity Dorty Dothery Doty Doughan Dougharderdy Dougharderdy Doughardy Dougharty Dougharyt? Doughedy Doughem Dougher Dougherdie Dougherdy Doughertie Doughertty Dougherty * Doughhetee Doughte Doughty Dourghary Dourty Dowgert? (Polish) Duarte Docker Duckry?


Daghrtey I I Daherty I I Darighty I I Darity I IDaugh I I Daugharty IIDaugheetee IIDaugherde I Daugherty I Daughe!)' Daugh!)' I USA:MD abt. 1700's[2 I Daughten I IDaughton IIDaughtry I~ughty I Dauherty I Dehorty DeHority USA:

Delaware DeHorty? USA: Delaware 1800's ill 1900's ill

Doaghan I O'Dochartaigh Docartaig --> Dochartach -- (original > Gaelic) ill IDocharty IIDocherty &l II Dochetry IIDochrety &l I IDockerty IIDockery II Dockhardy I I Doeherty I I Dogerty IIDoggart IIDoghartie IIDogharty IIDoghertie IIDogherty I Doherty Dohorty (modern USA:KY, Doharty Doheny Doherdy Anglicised) TN 1804-1870 ill ill IDoriahy IIDority IIDoriety? I I Dorothy IIDorority II Dorrity I I I


Dothery I IDoughan I I Doughardy I I Dougharty IIDougharyt IIDoughedy I IDoughem I Dougherty EJIDOUghry I Dougherdy USA:MD oug e 00 abt. 1700 ill I Dourghary I I Dourty I Duckry?

USA:NC abt. 1860[l]



Notes from the list of names:


1. Source: Publications from the Clann Association

2. Source: Clann Herald, Patrick Dougherty - verbal

3. Source: sgarlits@aol.com, dougherty-l@rootsweb.com (notes 3-7: Nov/98)

4. Source: Deni, email from dougherty-l@rootsweb.com

5. Source: Mary DeHortiy Beaulieu, catbaloo@aol.com, dougherty-l@rootsweb.com

6. Source: Gary Docherty, hgaryd@aol.com, dougherty-l@rootsweb.com

7. Source: unknown, Moore County, NC, dougherty-l@rootsweb.com

8. Source: Buck Dougherty, ad85738@havix.net, dougherty-l@rootsweb.com


Quoted from a list of name meanings:


"Doherty is an Irish and Scottish Patronymic name from the Gaelic O'Dochartaigh , meaning 'descendant of Dochartach', whose name meant Unlucky or Hurtful. Variants are O'Doherty, O'Dougherty, Dougharty, Doghartie, Dogerty, Daugherty, Doggart, Dockert, and Docharty , among others. As recently as 1994, I was in Donegal seeking my Doherty ancestors and was frequently asked for the nickname. I finally determined that over half the people in Carndonagh were named Doherty and that families were identified by nicknames, ours being "Dinny". My g-ggrandfather was Dennis Nicholson and; having left the farm for the town and established himself as an auctioneer and valuer, was recognized as distinct from his relatives by establishing the Dinny line. Local press generally reports both surnames; there doesn't seem to be a standard as to which is prime and which is seen as secondary. The need for this practice may be seen in the small local market square where three stores are identified as "Patrick Doherty". My source in Carndonagh was Paddy Glacken (Docherty).


Family name Dougherty Doherty


Actually there are about 200 spelling variations of Doherty. It depended on the person writing the record and how the person heard the name.

The brogue can make the name sound quite different also the brogue from county to county is quite different. The name O'Dochartaigh is from County Donegal, the Inishowen Peninsula. This is home to all the Doherty families. When Chieftan Cahir O'Doherty was killed in 1608, Chichester was given all the land in Inishowen and the rich lands were cleared of the native Irish. There was a forced march of the people down to County Mayo in the Province of Connaught. That is why there are many county Donegal names in Mayo to this day. Not sure when the County Down Dohertys arrived in County Down. Although Chichester also founded the town of Dungannon and had many of his tenants brought over from England. Since your Dohertys are Protestant they must have conformed and must have been given land in Tyrone. (just a supposition). The Doherty Clan was Roman Catholic (RC) from the time of St. Patrick when the Clan chieftain met with St. Patrick. During a certain period of time the name was spelled Dougherty in some areas of Ireland because that was the phonetic of O'Dochartaigh. Pennsylvania has a ton of Doughertys. Since Maine people have a very distinctive accent, the name Doherty was easy to spell (my uncle Albert was born in Main to Erastus and Janette Dougherty but his Birth Certificate, registered in Maine. has his last name as Doherty) whereas in Pennsylvania and other places they spelled it phonetically -Doug-herty (Door-erty)



History of the Doherty Surname


According to the Annals of the Four Masters, the great clan O'Dochartaigh can trace its roots back to Conn Cetchathach who was born around 145 A.D. The lineage runs through Niall of the Nine Hostages who was born around 350 A.D. Niall was Ard Ri (High King) of Ireland and was the reputed kidnapper of the boy who would grow up to be St. Patrick. Niall was of the line of Herem on, son of Milesius of Spain.


There are two theories behind the origin of the name O'Dochartaigh. The most widely publicized is that the name is derived from an old Irish word "Dochar" meaning disobliging, hurtful or obstructive. The alternate theory is that the name is derived from the Irish phrase "Hy-Daher-Teagh" meaning chiefs of the habitation of the oaks. It is possible that there are two or more distinct lines that trace their roots back to two or more distinqt origins.


Whichever theory is accepted, the first person given the title "Dochartach" was named Donail!. His grandson, Donoch, born circa 850, was the first to use the surname as "O'Dochartaigh" (grandson ofDochartach). The O'Dochartaigh clan is part of the larger Clan Fiamhain. Fiamhain was the grandfather of Donaill.

Under Brehon law, the person to establish a surname used his grandfather's name as the clan name. O'Dochartaigh is one of the oldest surnames in Ireland and, therefore, in the world. Clans closely related to Clan O'Dochartaigh include Clans O'Donnell, O'Boyle, O'Gallagher, McDevitt, McDaid and McConnellogue.


The original territory of Clan O'Dochartaigh was in the Finn River Valley in the present day Barony of Raphoe, south of Inishowen. The clan spread into Inishowen and eventually acquired full control of the Inishowen peninsula. Many old maps from the 1500s and 1600s label Inishowen as "O'Doghertie" or "O'Dogerty" country. Clan O'Dochartaigh ruled Inishowen until the capture and murder of Cahir O'Dogherty in 1608. Cahir was not only the last ruling chieftain of Clan O'Dochartaigh and of Inishowen, but the last in all of Ireland.


The officially recognized coat of arms of Clan O'Dochartaigh in Ireland is a springing red stag against a white background under a green field with three white stars. The clan motto is "Ar nDuthchas" meaning "For My Inheritance".


The Clan Association has recorded over 140 spelling variations of the original name O'Dochartaigh. The various spellings can provide clues as to when your branch of the family left Ireland and where it settled. The most common variations include (both with and without the "0''') Dougherty, Daugherty, Doherty, Darrity and Dockerty. The most common variant in Ireland today appears to be Doherty. This was the anglicized version adopted in the second half of the nineteenth century. In the United States, the variant Daugherty seems to be most common in lines that came to the U.S. in pre-revolutionary war days or shortly thereafter. The Dougherty spelling seems most prevalent among Famine era immigrants. Those with the Doherty spelling most likely came to the U.S. in the later part of the nineteenth century and the twentieth century. The variant Dorrity is most often found in Ireland in branches of the family in Derry and Cork. The southern half of the United States contains several variants with Darity along the coast, Dority further inland, Daughtry in the deep south and southwest and Daughtrey in Texas. As Inishowen is not far from Scotland, many of the clan settled in Scotland over the centuries and use the variants O'Docherty and Dockerty along with the more commonly found Dougherty and Dougharty.


Descendants of the O'Dochartaigh line can be found throughout the world. The highest concentration seems to be in the United States, Ireland, Great Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, in that order.


There is a separate line that originated in County Cork from the surname O'Dubhartaigh which has been anglicized as Duarty, Doorty, Dooherty and sometimes incorrectly as Doherty

 

B-7 Thomas H. Segee and Margaret McGlinchey

Thomas Henderson Segee, the son of William and Hannah Adams Segee, was born ca. 1803. Thomas met Margaret McGlinchey. Margaret was born in Ireland ca. 1813 and emigrated to New Brunswick in November of 1836. Thomas married Margaret McGlinchey on February 14,1828 in Fredericton. Witness to the ceremony were John Fradsham and Charles Finnemore. Margaret signed the marriage register with an "X".  The Segees already had three children when son Thomas William was born in 1833. The elder children had not been baptized but Thomas and Margaret had their youngest baptized by Enoch Wood, when he was just over one month old. Not the usual custom in those days, perhaps he was not a healthy baby. The three eldest children were baptized on April 12,1846 by the Bishop of the Church of England. The next six children were baptized on July 5,1846. In 1849 Thomas was a Wagoner living below Fredericton with an annual income of $30.00. Thomas, a farmer, was not at home when the census enumerator visited the Segee home in Lincoln, Sunbury County, NB the spring of 1851. Margaret had eight children with her, the two eldest had left home and the youngest, James, had yet to be born. Also sharing the home was son John and his wife, Rachel. John was away as well, probably both working in a woods camp. By 1871 Thomas was being helped on the farm by his four sons, Henry, Charles, Oliver and James. Helen was also at home. Thomas died in his 72nd year on March 30,1876 at Lincoln, Sunbury County, N.B. His remains were interred on April 2,1876. Thomas left a widow, six sons and five daughters. George M. Adams, the brother of Thomas's mother, petitioned the courts to be the administrator of the Thomas Segee estate as he was owed over five hundred dollars by the estate and feared "that the estate may be wasted and he may lose his debt." Thomas's property, valued at $1200, was noted as being 400 acres, bounded by properties owned by John Glazier, John Rowan and Sturgis Adams and the Simmonds Grant, part it being in the Parish of Lincoln and part in Fredericton. Taxes on the Lincoln section were $1.50 while the Fredericton taxes were $5.04. The total of debts owed by Thomas's state exceeded its value, even after an auction of his personal effects. After the farm was sold Margaret moved to Fredericton to live with her son Thomas on King Street. On Friday evening, Nov. 15,1878 Margaret went out for a walk. She was last seen standing at the door of McKay's shop, corner of Queen and Northumberland Streets. It is thought that she walked about 200 yards to the wharf and somehow fell off into the cold waters of the St. John River. Her body was not found. Thomas and Margaret McGlinchey Segee had twelve children:

B-7-1 John Peters Segee b. Jan. 29,1829 m. Rachel Carpenter

B-7-2 Charlotte Matilda Segee b. May 2,1830. Charlotte was baptised into the Anglican Church April 12,1846. She met James Burchill. James Burchill was born in Ireland about 1820 and emigrated to Saint John, NB about twenty years later. There he learned the brick laying trade from Mr. Smith. About 1845 James moved to Fredericton where he met Charlotte Segee. Charlotte and James were united in marriage on Thursday, April 4,1850 by Rev. William Jaffrey at Fredericton, NB. Witnesses were John Fleming and Alex Black. By the next year they were living in rented accommodations in Fredericton where James was working as a mason. Sharing their home was twenty-one year old Ellen Smith, who had entered New Brunswick just the year before. In 1855, James, a mason and builder, built a home a 765 Charlotte Street for he and Charlotte. James served several terms as alderman on the Fredericton City Council and was on the Board of Assessors for several years. By 1871 James, Charlotte and Charlotte's younger sister Helen were sharing their house with the Patrick Owens family. That winter James ran again for city council but lost. James was a plasterer in 1876. James died of heart disease Sept. 20,1889. The funeral took place from the home of his brother, Water Superintendent Burchill. Charlotte died Feb. 8,1901.

B-7-3 Lucy Anne Segee b. Feb. 19,1832. Lucy was baptized in to the Anglican church in Fredericton on April 12,1846. On May 14,1853 Rev. William Q. Ketchum united in marriage Lucy and Joseph Doherty at St. Anne's Chapel, Fredericton. Both are given as being of Fredericton, although Joseph was referred to as "American" in the 1851 Census of Sunbury County, NB. Witnesses to the marriage were John Dougherty and Sophia Amanda Thomas. Joseph Doherty was born in Ireland Sept. 12,1834 and came to New Brunswick in 1846. This couple was not enumerated in the 1861 census of Fredericton. They seemed to have settled in Glassville, NB in the mid-1860's. The Glassville colony was originally planted by the late Rev. C.G. Glass in the years 1860 and 1861. The first settlers were from Scotland; St. John, Kings, Queens, York and Carleton counties of NB; Halifax, NS and others including Isaac Doherty, Thomas Doherty and Joseph Doherty with wives and families from Richmond, NB. By 1871 Joseph and Lucy were living in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB where Joseph was a farmer. By 1881 Joseph was still farming in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. The Doherty family was associated with the Presbyterian religion. In 1901 Joseph, Lucy, Elizabeth, Benjamin and Rachael were living in a four room wooden house in West Glassville, Carleton County, NB. Joseph owned and operated a 300 acre farmand had two barns. Benjamin was a farmer as well. By 1911 Joseph was considered the "Father-in-law" at the home of Thomas and Laura McEwaen of Wakefield, NB. Joseph died in 1916 and was buried in the Glassville United Church Cemetery in Glassville, Carleton County, NB. Joseph and Lucy Segee Doherty had ten children:

B-7-3-1 Thomas William Doherty b. June 20,1857. m. Grace A. Lindsay b. May 11,1860. Grace was born in 1861. Thomas received a grant of land not far from his parent's farm and by 1891 Thomas was a farmer in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. He and his children were Presbyterian while his wife was Free Baptist. By 1901 Thomas was a general labourer who had earned $360 in the previous twelve months. He leased a 100 acre farm in West Glassville, Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. By 1911 only Hugh and Alma were living at home with Thomas and Grace. Thomas died in 1928 and was buried in the Glassville United Church Cemetery. Grace died in 1961 and was buried beside her husband. Thomas and Grace Lindsay Doherty had four children:

B-7-6-1-1 Josephine Doherty b. May 2,1881. m. Oct. 22,1898 Jack Black. had at least six children: Margaret (Frank Stickney), John (Sylvia Wall). Hugh (Minnie Doherty {B-7-6-6-5}), Russell (Lucinda Craig), Olive (Luc Doherty {B-7-6-6-4}) & Norman.

B-7-6-1-2 Hugh J. Doherty b. May 25,1885. m. Annie F. Zinn. d. Jan. 23,1942 had a son: Frank (Esther Donovan) .

B-7-6-1-3 Aurilla Mae Doherty b. Nov. 19,1888. m. June 18,1913 Frederick Elliot. d. 1968.

B-7-6-1-4 Alma L. Doherty b. September 3,1892.

B-7-3-2 Annie Doherty b. ca. 1859

B-7-3-3 Sarah Doherty b. ca. 1861m. George Brown.

B-7-3-4 Ada Blanche Doherty b. Aug. 8,1863 at Richmond, Carleton Co. NB.

B-7-3-5 Judy Doherty b. ca. 1865

B-7-3-6 Elizabeth Doherty b. Sept. 30,1866. Lizzie was spinster when she met Randolph La-Pointe. Randolph LaPointe, the son of Francis and Mary Simmonds LaPointe, was born in Benton, NB Oct. 1,1861. Randolph was a Catholic widower farming at Kenneth, NB when he married Lizzie at Johnsville, NB Jan. 7,1907. Father R. J. Coughlan performed the ceremony, witnesses were William and Ellen McCeady of Johnsville. Lizzie must have passed away before 1911 as that spring Randolph was a widower living with Patrick and Norah Brewer in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton Co., NB. Randolph did odd Jobs and woodswork as well farming.

B-7-3-7 R. Benjamin Doherty b. Dec. 11,1868. Bennie was knick named White Ben to set him apart from his cousin Black Ben. This Doherty family was Roman Catholic. Bennie was a farmer when he met Flora Banks. Florence Mae Banks, the daughter of Shepherd Banks, was born in Bath, NB ca. 1887. Bennie and Flora were married by Rev. G. Giberson Aug. 3,1905. Witnesses were Mrs. G. Giberson and Mrs. Earl Smith. Bennie and Flora Banks Doherty had five children:

B-7-3-7-1 Albert Burton Doherty b. Oct. 6,1908. m. Kathleen Seymour. d. 1974.

B-7-3-7-2 Edward Doherty b.

B-7-3-7-3 George Doherty b.

B-7-3-7-4 Rose Velma Doherty b. June 3,1910. m. Nov. 23,1927 Gordon Giberson.

B-7-3-7-5 EdburnWebster Doherty b. Feb. 17,1912.

B-7-3-8 Laura Matilda Doherty b. March 14,1871. Laura met Thomas McEwen Thomas Levi McEwen, thev son of George and Charlotte McEwen, was born in Saltsprings, Kings County, NB July 19,1862. Thomas was a farmer in Windsor, NB when he met Laura Doherty. On Dec. 24,1891 J. W. Beairsto, the Presbyterian Minister, united Laura and Thomas in marriage. Witnesses were Erastus Dougherty and Rachel Dougherty of West Glassville, NB. Surname spelled as McEwan in 1901. The family was living in Bright Parish, Carleton County, NB and Thomas was a farmer. In 1911 the McEwen family was living in Wakefield, a small community about seven miles north of Woodstock, NB. Thomas was a farmer and his three oldest sons were farm labourers. The family was Reformed Baptist. Thomas and Laura Doherty McEwan had at least nine children:

B-7-3-8-1 Leo G. McEwen b. Dec. 24,1892.

B-7-3-8-2 Don McEwen b. June 24,1895.

B-7-3-8-3 Claude Russel McEwen b. Oct. 24,1897.

B-7-3-8-4 Vona Ethel McEwen b. Oct. 12,1897. m. July 21,1920 Archie Beatty.

B-7-3-8-5 Isola Faye McEwen b. Sept. 15,1900.

B-7-3-8-6 Alton McEwen b. Dec. 14,1900.

B-7-3-8-7 Cecil R. McEwen b. Feb. 1902.

B-7-3-8-8 Raymond Joseph McEwen b. Aug. 15,1904.

B-7-3-8-9 Charles Halden McEwen b. May 5,1907.

B-7-3-9 Howard Doherty b. ca. 1873/4

B-7-3-10 Rachel Delila Doherty b. May 3,1874 at Glassville, NB. Rachel married TomAlcorn.

B-7-4 Thomas William Segee b. Dec. 22,1833 m. Elizabeth Segee.

B-7-5 Henry Bradford Segee b. Aug. 19,1836. m. Elizabeth Gartley.

B-7-6 Hannah Maria Segee b. Nov. 21,1838. She was baptized in to the Anglican church July 5,1846. Hannah met Isaac Doherty. William Isaac Doherty, the second of Benjamin and Sarah Anderson Dougherty's five children to be born in Ireland, was born ca. 1827. His parents had been married April 21,1884 in Drumglass Church, Dungannon County, Tyronne, Ireland. Benjamin, Sarah and their five children emigrated to Canada in 1839. They settled near Richmond, Carleton County, New Brunswick. Isaac must have had some reason to travel to Fredericton, for there he met Hannah Segee. Perhaps his aunt, Catherine McGlinchey Dougherty, was related to Hannah's mother, Margaret McGlinchey Segee? On July 19,1859 Hannah and Isaac Doherty were united in marriage by Rev. Charles S. Medley. The witnesses were Henry Bradford Segee and Sophia Amanda Thomas. In January of 1861 Hannah returned the favour and was one of the witnesses when her brother Henry married Elizabeth Gartley in Lincoln, NB. That spring Isaac and Hannah were living in Kings Ward, Fredericton, next door to Hannah's older brother Thomas. Isaac was employed as a general labourer and they attended the Episcopalian Church. In 1861 Isaac Doherty was granted a lot of land in the Parish of Richmond, just over the Parish line from the George Doherty lot. By 1871 Isaac and Hannah Dougherty were living in Aberdeen, Carleton County, NB. where the family was Church of England and Isaac was a farmer. In 1881 and 1891 Isaac was a farmer living in West Glassville, Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County, NB. The family regarded their faith as being Church of England. About this time three of Isaac's sons married three of the daughters of James and Kate Brooker of Feilding, NB, a small community just six miles east of Glassville. By 1901 Hannah was likely the Mary living with her daughter Annie and husband James McCarthy in Grand Falls. Hannah died in 1910 and was buried in the Glassville United Church Cemetery in Glassville, NB. Isaac and Hannah had nine children:

B-7-6-1 Thomas H. Doherty b. ca. 1860. In 1881 he was a single farmer.

B-7-6-2 Minnie Louisa Doherty b. ca. July 1862. Minnie died Aug. 27,1863, age 13 months.

B-7-6-3 Benjamin Doherty b. June 6,1864 in Richmond, NB. He was knick-named Black Ben due to his jet black hair. Ben married Lydia Brooker prior to 1891. Lydia Ann Brooker, the daughter of James and Kate Brooker of Feilding, NB, was born ca. July 1871. Both he and his wife were Church of England. Ben and brother Rastus inherited their father's farm. Ben was a farmer in Aberdeen Parish, Carleton County in 1891. In 1897 Rastus and brother Benjamin mortgaged their farm to Dr. Guy Smith of Woodstock, NB. By April 1899 Dr. Smith had moved to Montreal, QC and the farm went up for Public Auction because the brothers had failed to make the interest payments. They lost the farm. By 1911 Ben was in the West Glassville area working as a farmer who did odd jobs and worked in the woods. Lydia died in Carleton County, NB Sept. 20,1931. Ben died of cerebral hemorrhage in West Glassville, NB Aug. 30,1937. Interment was at Fielding, NB. Ben and Lydia Brooker Doherty had six children:

B-7-6-3-1 Charles Henderson Doherty b. July 10,1893. m. Oct. 18,1922 Annie A. Seymour. d. 1938.

B-7-6-3-2 Hattie E. Doherty b. April 20,1895.

B-7-6-3-3 Alberta/Bertha/Rebecca Doherty b. Nov. 30,1896 in West Glassville, NB. Bertha was living in Limestone, ME when she married Isaac McCarthy {B-7-6-4-2} on June 19,1916. Isaac and Bertha Doherty McCarthy had at least one child: Isaac (died young).

B-7-6-3-4WilliamB. Doherty b. Nov. 26,1900. He died 1918.

B-7-6-3-5 Julia Edna Doherty b. July 4,1904.m. Feb. 21,1923 Elmer George Glenn. d. 1963.

B-7-6-3-6 Isaac Doherty b. Oct. 1909. Isaac died 1918.

B-7-6-4 Annie Elizabeth Doherty b. Dec. 17,1867. Annie met Patrick McCarthy. Patrick McCarthy, the son of Patrick and Mary McLaughlin [Catheline] McCarthy, was born in Limestone, ME Aug. 8,1864. Patrick's father had been born in Ireland, his mother in the United States. Annie and Patrick were married. By 1901 Patrick and Annie were farming near Grand Falls, NB. Living with them were Patrick's 66 year old mother; Patrick's brother Barney and his family; a lodger, 68 year old Mary Dorethy [Doherty ?] and a 21 year old domestic servant Mary Dorethy. Patrick was referred to as a labourer and Annie's maiden name was spelled "Doherty" in the birth registrations of daughter Mary and son Joseph. In the registration of son John in 1909 Patrick was a farmer. In 1911 Patrick was still farming and the family was Roman Catholic. Patrick, a farmer and lumberman, died suddenly from a heart attack May 18,1941. Interment was at Grand Falls Portage, NB. Patrick and Annie Doherty McCarthy had nine children:

B-7-6-4-1 Bernard Albert McCarthy b. Dec. 8,1888.

B-7-6-4-2 Isaac Patrick McCarthy b. March 7,1892. m. June 19,1916 Bertha Doherty {B-7-6-3-3}. had at least one child: Isaac (died young).

B-7-6-4-3 Michael Henry McCarthy b. Jan. 8,1894.

B-7-6-4-4 Thomas Herman McCarthy b. Feb. 16,1897.

B-7-6-4-5 Marguerite/Margaret Elizabeth McCarthy b. March 13,1899.

B-7-6-4-6 Mary Anastasia McCarthy b. April 8,1901.

B-7-6-4-7 Minnie McCarthy b. ca. 1902. d. Nov. 29,1914.

B-7-6-4-8 Joseph Donald McCarthy b. March 11,1904. d. March 18,1987.

B-7-6-4-9 John Nelson McCarthy b. Feb. 17,1909.

B-7-6-5 Erastus James Doherty b. Dec. 18,1869 at West Glassville, NB. Rastus met Nettie Bell. Mary Janette (Janet/Janetta/Armenia] Bell was born in 1876. Rastus and Nettie were married in Bridgewater, ME June 27,1897. They farmed in the West Glassville area of Carleton County before moving to Limestone, ME about 1902. They were back in New Brunswick by 1910. In 1911 Rastus was a labourer in a saw mill living at Fielding, NB. He had earned $500 the previous year, worked 60 hours a week for 52 weeks. Nettie died of TB in 1920. Rastus married second Kathleen Brooker Good on Dec. 21,1920. Kate, the daughter of James and Catherine Davenport Brooker of Fielding, NB, was born April 26,1885. She had previously been married to Hamfore Good and may have had as many a six children with him before they divorced. Kathleen and Rastus had a daughter. Rastus died June 9,1945 in Royalton, Carleton Co. NB. He was buried at Feilding, NB. Kathleen died of Peritonitis in Bath, NB Nov. 13,1950 and was buried in the Baptist Cemetery in Andover, NB. Rastus and Nettie Bell Doherty had six children:

B-7-6-5-1 Claude Coral Doherty b. March 29,1898. m. Aug. 7,1924 Bertha Campbell. had twelve children: Geraldine, Merle, Audrey, Albert, Garnet, Arthur, Winston, Margaret, Carolyn, Henry, John and Judith.

B-7-6-5-2 William Isaac Doherty b. Feb. 15,1900.m. 1928 Kathleen Stimpson. had one son: Gerald.

B-7-6-5-3 Albert H. Doherty b. Jan. 14,1903.

B-7-6-5-4 Alice Doherty b. Dec. 1904.

B-7-6-5-5 Henry Thomas Doherty b. April 20,1906. m. Hilda Cristofori. had three children:

Janette /bell

Henry Jr. akaTom

Ranney Allen.

B-7-6-5-6 Orland C. Doherty b. Jan. 13,1910. m. Kathleen Brooker Good d . 1989. had one daughter: Kathleen.

B-7-6-6 Richard Wesley Doherty b. June 30,1871 [1972 on headstone] in West Glassville, NB. Richard met Lavinia Brooker. Alvinia V. Brooker, the daughter of James and Kate Brooker of Feilding, NB, was born in Gordonsville, NB Feb. 22,1877. Richard and Lavinia were married in Gordonsville, NB April 16,1895. In 1901 the family was living in Peel District, Carleton County and were enumerated between two Brooker families. Richard was a labourer and the family was Baptist. In 1911 Richard was a farmer. Lavinia died in Carleton County, NB Sept. 16,1940 and was buried in the Fielding Cemetery. Richard died Nov. 3,1942 and was buried beside his wife. Richard and Lavinia Brooker Doherty had five children:

B-7-6-6-1 Eska Mae Doherty b. Feb. 26,1898. m. Oct. 10,1917 F. Barry Banks. d. 1975.

B-7-6-6-2 John Ewery[?] Doherty b. July 15,1900.

B-7-6-6-3 Llewelyn Allen Doherty b. June 30,1905. m. Sept. 13,1941 Alma Adelaid Morgan.

B-7-6-6-4 Luc Doherty ca. 1906. m. Olive Black {B-7-6-1-1-5} Aug. 1,1929.

B-7-6-6-5 Minnie Eva Doherty b. March 25,1913. m. April 11,1929 Hugh Black {B-7-6-1-1-3}. d. 1986.

B-7-6-7 Lucy Maria Doherty b. Aug. 9,1874 in West Glassville, NB. Lucy met James McCarthy.

James Patrick McCarthy, the son of Patrick and Mary McLaughlin McCarthy, was born April 1,1874. Lucy and James were married June 24,1896 in Grand Falls, NB. James was a farmer in the birth registrations of his children. Daughters Laura and Ellen did not appear in the 1911 Census. James died June 11,1948 in Grand Falls Portage, NB. Lucy was living on Forrest Ave. Fort Fairfield, ME in 1951. Lucy died of stomach cancer at the Hotel-Dieu Hospital, Perth, NB June 9,1951. Interment in Limestone, NB. Lucy and James had eleven children, all born at Grand Falls Portage, NB:

B-7-6-7-1 Annie Estella McCarthy b. Jan. 7,1898.

B-7-6-7-2 Laura Matilda McCarthy b. July 2,1899.

B-7-6-7-3 James Ambrose McCarthy b. March 6,1901

B-7-6-7-4 Lucy Alma McCarthy b. June 6,1902. m. Nov. 8,1927 Leonard Thomas McCarthy had three children:

Bernice

Geneva

Glenn.

B-7-6-7-5 Elizabeth Ruth McCarthy b. March 24,1904.

B-7-6-7-6 Ellen Maria McCarthy b. Aug. 8,1905. d. NB Jan. 13,1906.

B-7-6-7-7 Leo Joyner McCarthy b. Nov. 3,1906/7. m. Nov. 8,1927 Helena Bertha Hitchcock two children:

Lucy

Allen

B-7-6-7-8 Joseph Edward McCarthy b. Oct. 30,1908.

B-7-6-7-9 George Angus McCarthy b. Jan. 8,1910.

B-7-6-7-10 Charles Patrick McCarthy b. Nov. 5,1911.

B-7-6-7-11 John Carroll McCarthy b. Aug. 30,1913

B-7-6-8 Mary Doherty b. May 16,1879. Likely the younger Mary living with her sister Annie McCarthy in Grand Falls in 1901.

B-7-6-9 Minnie Doherty b. ca. June 1880.

B-7-7 Charles H. Segee b. Dec. 5,1841. Charles married Miss Yerxa. By 1871 Charles was a farmer living with his parents. In 1891 Charles was a retail grocer, living alone in the Town of Woodstock, N.B. He belonged to the Adventist faith.

B-7-8 Louisa Adams Segee b. July 14,1844. She and five of her siblings were baptised in to the Church of England July 5,1846. Louisa met Adolphus Sewell. John Adolphus Sewell, the son of Soloman and Sophia Adams Sewell, was born Feb. 2,1836 in New Brunswick. On Nov. 5,1867 at Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, NB Rev. Dinzey, the Curate of Woodstock, NB, united Louisa and Adolphus in marriage. By 1871 Aldolphus was a farmer in Lincoln, NB. After their daughter Minnie died in 1897 Louisa and Adolphus adopted her two orphaned daughters. With the help of sons Fred and John, Adolphus was still farming in 1901. During the summer of 1902 Louisa was diagnosed with breast cancer. That fall she traveled to Boston, MA to consult a specialist and, if necessary, undergo an operation. Louisa died May 25,1903. Interment was in the Dykeman burial ground in Lincoln, NB. After suffering for some time from paralysis, Adolphus died suddenly March 23,1905. Interment was in True's Cemetery. Adolphus and Louisa Segee Sewell had nine children:

B-7-8-1 Minnie L. Sewell b. ca. 1869. Minnie attended the Provincial Normal School in Fredericton and earned her teaching license. It was late in the fall of 1886 when Minnie got the position as teacher at Blissville District #1 School. She taught only fifteen days that term and there were only four pupils in the school, all named McLaughlin. During the spring term of 126 days she had six pupils. During the term Minnie was promoted from a third class teacher to a second class license. It was probably while teaching in the French Lake area that she met George Wood. George F. Wood, the youngest of George and Abigal Jane Smith Wood's three children, was born ca. 1869 at French Lake, Burton Parish, Sunbury County, NB. George had attended  school at French Lake. He was a farmer when he met Minnie Sewell. On March 29,1890 at the Free Baptist Church Parsonage, Fredericton, NB, the Rev. Joseph McLeod united Minnie and George in marriage. Witnesses to the event were the minister's daughters, Myra and Jane McLeod. By the spring of 1891 the young couple was living with George's mother at French Lake. Also living there were George's two siblings and their families. That fall Minnie delivered a stillborn daughter that was not named. The infant was prbably interred in the little cemetery on the Wood farm. George and Minnie moved to Oromocto, NB where George was employed at a saw mill. Over the next few years Minnie gave birth to two more daughters. The young family was living at French Lake during the winter of 1896-7 when Minnie became ill. Thinking that a change might do her some good, she went to stay at her parents' home. She seemed to be getting better but took a cold and died April 19,1897. In early spring of 1897 a Typhoid Fever epidemic swept through the community. George caught it and died at Victoria Hospital, Fredericton May 22,1897, just thirty-three days after his wife. It is thought that interment was in the community cemetery near the Burton courthouse. Their two surviving daughters were adopted by Minnie's parents. George and Minnie Sewell Wood had three daughters:

B-7-8-1-1 unnamed daughter stilborn Sept. 7,1891.

B-7-8-1-2 Jessie Lorraine Wood b. Feb. 6,1895. m. Thomas Nason. d. Oct. 13,1992. had nine children: George (killed D-Day), Ralph (Mabel Stone), Ethel (1. Ronald Grass 2. Leo Corby), Minnie (Stan Troughton), Hollie (Shirley Wood),  Stuart, Robbie (died young), Gerald & Phyliss (Gerald Spencer).

B-7-8-1-3 Helen Ardena Wood b. Aug. 23,1897. m. Nov. 6,1912 John Nason. d. April 12,1919. had four children: Ruth (James Neadles), Eldon (Ann Lengyl; killed WWII), Dorothy (died young) & Effie (died young).

B-7-8-2 Annie Emma Sewell b. May 30,1870. Annie met Ashley Hatch. Ashley B. Hatch, the son of Roger and Charlotte Hatch, was born Sept. 3,1865. Ashley was a twenty-seven year farmer from Waasis, NB when he married Minnie on Oct. 26,1892. Annie and Ashley took in Minnie's daughters when Annie's parents died in the early 1900's. Annie died April 11,1906. Ashley married second Murial Brain. Murial had been previously married to Mr. Brain and had a daughter by that union. Ashley and Murial had several children together.

B-7-8-3 Lucy Adams Sewell b. April 8,1872. Lucy was baptised in to the Anglican Church July 1,1876. She was not mentioned in her mother's obituary in 1903.

B-7-8-4 Mary Elizabeth Sewell b. June 5,1874. On Sept. 19,1894 Mary married Frederick Capon. Frederick Roland Capon, from Canning, Queens County, NB, was born May 27,1863. By 1901 Fred was a servant, living with his in-laws. Fred later lived in Marysville, NB. Fred and Mary Sewell Capon had at least three children:

B-7-8-4-1 Roy Capon b. July 25,1896.

B-7-8-4-2 May Amber Capon b. April 6,1898 at Kingsclear, NB.

B-7-8-4-3 Pearle Capon b. Dec. 31,1899.

B-7-8-5 Ivey Sewell b. ca. 1877. Ivey was never mentioned again.

B-7-8-6 Frederick K. Sewell b. Aug. 2,1879. Fred was a farm labourer, living at home in 1905. Fred married Helena Lawson

Sept. 1,1908 in Sunbury County, NB. Helen May Lawson was born July 1883. By 1911 he and Helena had a daughter and

were caring for niece Helena Wood. They were living in lower Fredericton where Fred was a labourer working with lumber on

the river, probably at one of the saw mills. Frederick and Helena Sewell had a daughter:

B-7-8-6-1 Minnie Sewell b. July 28,1909.

B-7-8-7 John Sewell b. Feb. 26,1881. John was still living at home in 1905.

B-7-8-8 Francis Sewell b. Oct. 6,1884. Francis was still living at home in 1905.

B-7-8-9 Ethel Gertrude Sewell b. April 17,1887. Ethel was living at home in 1903.

By 1905 she was living in Fredericton and employed at McLellan's Restaurant. Ethel married Frank Day/Daye. John Franklin Day, the son of David and Frances Day, was born in New Brunswick Nov. 21,1876. His father was a teamster and Frank was a house painter. By 1911 Frank and Ethel were living at 124 Northumberland St. Fredericton. Frank and Ethel Sewell Day had two children:

B-7-8-9-1 George Earle Day b. May 27,1907 at Fredericton, NB.

B-7-8-9-2 Robert Baird Day b. July 10,1909 at Fredericton, NB.

B-7-9 Helen Kendall Segee b. Feb. 23,1846.She grew up on the family farm in Lincoln, NB. By 1871 Helen was living with the Patrick Owens family in Fredericton. Helen met Henry Simmonds. Henry Simmonds, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Stevens Simmonds, was born March 10, 1847 in England. He left Farnham, Surrey, England in 1872 and emigrated to Canada. Henry settled in Fredericton, NB where he met Helen Segee. Near the end of March 1876, Helen's father passed away, leaving the Segee family in a bit of a financial bind. Just two and a half weeks later, on April 18,1876, Henry and Helen were married At St. Peter's Anglican Church, Springhill, just above Fredericton, NB. Witness to the blessed event were William and Charlotte Segee. The young couple lived for a time just above Fredericton at Kingsclear, where their first child was born and died ten months later. By 1901 the Simmonds family was living in a wooden house on thirteen acres of land on Brick Kiln Road (now Smythe Street). Henry was a milk dealer. Henry was referred to as a well-known milkman when his daughter Margaret got married in 1904. In the spring of 1905 he put an advertisement in the DAILY GLEANER to sell his milk business, which included fifteen cows, of which six were newly caved. He couldn't have had much luck selling his business as a month later he was just trying to sell several cows. He was still farming in 1911. Henry opened a meat market at 95 Westmorland Street. Henry must have run into some bad luck as, in June of 1926, his meat market was sold at public auction and a month later his home and land was sold for the tax arrears against it. Henry died Feb. 3,1931. Interment was in the Rural Cemetery Extension, Fredericton, NB. After her husband's death, Helen moved in with her daughter Nellie and husband Harley Mills on Brick Kiln Road. Within a year she was nearly blind. When Helen celebrated her 89th birthday she was feeble, but still able to get up and dressed each day. Helen died Nov. 13,1935 and was interred beside her husband. Henry and Helen Segee Simmonds had five children, all born in Fredericton, NB.

B-7-9-1 Lizzie Simmonds b. Sept. 11,1877. Ten and a half month old Lizzie died at Kingsclear, NB July 29,1878.

B-7-9-2 Henry Simmonds b. Oct. 17,1878. Henry worked on his father's dairy farm.

By 1911 he was working as a butcher. Henry Junior married Ada Williams. Ada Williams was born in Birmingham, England. After his father sold his dairy cows, Henry worked as a meat salesman at his father's meat market. Some time after his father's market went under, Henry started his own meat shop, the West End Meat Market, 193 King Street. Ada provided room and board for horsemen and attendants during Exhibition Week. Ada had an operation in 1933 and was in failing health until April 13,1934 when she passed away at their home, 264 Odell Ave, Fredericton, NB. After his wife's death Henry lived in an apartment in the same building as his eat shop. He kept chickens in a large coop in the backyard. Interment at Rural Cemetery Extension, Fredericton, NB. Henry and Ada adopted as son:

B-7-9-2-1 Donald Simmonds b. . In early March 1921, Donald underwent an  at the Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton.

B-7-9-3 Edward Simmonds b. Oct. 3,1880. Edward worked on his father's dairy farm. By 1911 he was working as a butcher. Edward met Agnes Horncastle. Agnes R. Horncastle, the daughter of James and Mary McMurtrie Horncastle, was born Oct. 1,1887. On Jan. 26,1921 Edward and Agnes were married in Saint John, NB by Rev. Mr. Armstrong. Edward was an employee of J. S. Simms & Sons Ltd. By 1946 Edward and Agnes were living at 205 Victoria Street. They later moved to 47 Saunders Street. Edward retired from Simms in 1961. Edward died Sept. 23,1971, interment at Forest Hill Cemetery, Fredericton, NB. Agnes died Dec.

8,1974 and was interred beside her husband.

B-7-9-4 Margaret Simmonds b. July 18,1883. Perhaps called Monty? Margaret met Bruce Hayward, a popular young resident of Lincoln, NB. Harold Bruce Hayward, the son of Abner and Lydia Seeley Hayward, was born Aug. 21,1868/72. By 1901 he was a farm labourer, living at home with his parents. Margaret gave birth to a daughter, Helen, in May of 1904. On June 23,1904, at the Free Baptist Church, Fredericton, NB, Rev. F. C. Hartley united Margaret and Bruce in marriage. By 1911 Bruce was a farmer in Lincoln, NB. Bruce died March 19,1951. Bruce and Margaret Simmonds Hayward had six children, all born in Lincoln, NB:

B-7-9-4-1 Helen May Hayward b. May 4,1905.

B-7-9-4-2 Dorothy Mary/Mable Hayward b. April 5/8,1910.

B-7-9-4-3 Victor Simmonds Hayward b. May 24,1916. Victor married July 9,1938 Eleanor Margaret Camber.

B-7-9-4-4 Lloyd Edward Hayward b. June 20,1917.

B-7-9-4-5 Harold Bruce Hayward b. Sept. 21,1918. m. Sept. 23,1940 Elizabeth Jean MacFarlane. had three children: Hal (Judy Farquhart), Martin & Janet (Laurence Hall)

B-7-9-4-6 Ralph Henry Hayward b. Oct. 17,1924. Ralph died July 26,1980.

B-7-9-5 Helen Simmonds b. Feb. 28,1886. Nellie attended Charlotte Street School. Nellie met Harley Mills. Harley Edward Earl Mills, the eldest child of John and Isabell Mills, was born July 23,1894. His father was a lumberman. By 1911 Harley was a teamster living with his parents at 229 King St., Fredericton. Nellie and Harley were married at the home of Nellie's sister, Mrs. Bruce Hayward, Aug. 7,1918. Harley had a farm at the seconds crossroads on Maryland Hill (now Regent and Montgomery Streets). He kept a market garden, a few cows and sold milk. Helen died in 1936. Interment in the Simmonds family plot at Rural Cemetery Extension, Fredericton, NB. Harley married second Victoria J. Delong. Victoria was born in 1902. Harley died in 1967 and was interred beside his first wife.

B-7-10 William Segee b. ca. 1847.

B-7-11 Oliver Byram Segee b. ca. 1849 m.1. Margaret Hughey m.2. Margaret Lindsay

B-7-12 James Burchill Segee b. ca. 1851. James met Margaret Segee. Margaret F. Segee, the daughter of John and Mary Segee. The Rev. George Payson united James and Margaret in marriage in Fredericton, NB on June 18,1890.

 

References:

1.THE NEWBRUNSWICK REPORTER, Fredericton, NB. April19,1876; April5,1890.

2.PANB F-1114 Fredericton Anglican Parish Church Records.

3.PANB 1849 Fredericton Assessment Book.

4.1851 Census of New Brunswick: Fredericton; Lincoln;

5.1871 Census of New Brunswick: Fredericton; Lincoln; Carleton County;

6.Probate of the estate of Thomas H. Segee, February 1877.

7. THE NEW  BRUNSWICKCOURIER, Saint John, NB, May21,1853.

8.1861 Census of New Brunswick:Kings Ward, Fredericton; Lincoln;Gladstone;

9. THE COLONIAL FARMER, Fredericton, NB, August 31,1863; Jan.29,1872.

10. THEDAILY TELEGRAPH, Saint John,NB,November23,1878;May 2,1879.

11. THE HEADQUARTERS, Fredericton, NB April10,1850.

12.1891 Census of New Brunswick: Woodstock; Andover; New Maryland; Lincoln; Fredericton; Burton.

13. THE FREDERICTONEVENINGCAPITAL, Fredericton,NB Oct.26,1889.

14.PANBRS 141 Index of Birth, Death and Marriage Records of New Brunswick.

15. Capen, Bob telephone interview with George Bidlake Nov.9,1996.

16.PANB New Brunswick School Records

17. THE DAILY GLEANER, Fredericton, NB Sept. 4,1904; June 26,1926; July 15,1926; April 12,1905; May 4,1905; June 23,1904; Aug.9,1918

18. Neadles, Mrs. Ruth telephone interviews and correspondence with George Bidlake May 1995 through Sept.1996.

19. Seeley, Janice SUNBURY COUNTY HAPPENINGS.

20.Wood, Leila correspondence with George Bidlake Dec.1995.

21. Boone, Alan telephone interviews and correspondence with George Bidlake Feb. 1995 through Oct. 1998.

22.1901 Census of New Brunswick: Fredericton; Lincoln; Andover, Grand Falls; New Maryland.

23. Johnston,Wilma telephone interview with George Bidlake Feb.1995.

24.Mills, Victoria J. Delong telephone interview with George Bidlake June.1993.

25. Bidlake,George 1926 Directory of the City of Fredericton,NB.

26. Bidlake, John M. interview with George Bidlake Sept.1992.

27.Hayward,George telephone interview with George Bidlake July 1996.

28.Hill, Louise FREDERICTON, NEWBRUNSWICK, BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.

29. THE DAILYMORNING NEWS Saint John, NB April17,1850.

30.McNaughton, Carl interview with George Bidlake March 1996.

31. Segee, Dick unpublished genealogical records.

32.Doherty, Tom unpublished genealogical records.

33.1901 Census of New Brunswick: Fredericton; Lincoln;Andover,Grand Falls;

34.


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Ethel Sewell Daye married William Kay Rostron June 28,1922 Fredericton

F'ton Rural Extension Cemetery:

Frank Day d. 1921

Frances M. Daye 1894-1975

George T. Daye -1932

Roy E. Daye 1910-1949
 

Sir Cahir O'Doherty

[From the Dublin Penny Journal, Vol. 1, No. 7, August 11, 1832]

The rock of Doune, or as it was originally called the rock of Kilmacrenan, is famous as being the place where the chieftains of Tyrconnel were inaugurated by the Abbots of Kilmacrenan; and also as being where the fierce Sir Cahir O'Doherty closed his life, in the reign of James I.

The plantation of Ulster had not as yet taken place; but already many Scots had settled themselves along the rich alluvial lands that border the Loughs Foyle and Swilly; and it was Sir Cahir's most desired end and aim to extirpate these intruders. He was the Scotchman's curse and scourge. One of these Scots had settled in the valley of the Lennon; Rory O'Donnel, the Queen's Earl of Tyrconnel, had given him part of that fertile valley-and he there built his bawn. But Sir Cahir, in the midst of night, and in Sandy Ramsay's absence, attacked his enclosure, drove off his cattle, slaughtered his wife and children, and left his pleasant homestead a heap of smoking ruins.

The Scot, on his return home, saw himself bereaved, left desolate in a foreign land, without property, kindred, or home, nothing his, but his true gun and dirk. He knew that five hundred marks was the reward offered by the Lord Deputy for Sir Cahir's head. With a heart maddened by revenge, with hope resting on the promised reward, he retired to the wooden hills that run parallel to the Hill of Doune; there, under covert of a rock, his gun resting on a withered branch of a stunted oak, he waited day by day with all the patience and expectancy of a tiger in his lair. Sir Cahir was a man to be marked in a thousand; he was the loftiest and proudest in his bearing of any man in the Province of Ulster; his Spanish hat with the heron's plume was too often the terror of his enemies-the rallying point of his friends, not to bespeak the O'Doherty; even the high breast-work of loose stones, added to the natural defences of the rock, could not hide the chieftain from observation.

On Holy Thursday, as he rested on the eastern face of the rock, looking towards the Abbey of Kilmacrenan, expecting a venerable friar to come from his favored foundation of St. Columbkill, to shrive him, and celebrate mass; and, as he was chatting to his men beside him, the Scotchman applied the fire to his levelled matchlock-and, before the report began to roll its echoes through the woods and hills, the ball had passed through Sir Cahir's forehead, and he lay lifeless on the ramparts. His followers were panic struck; they thought that the rising of the Scotch and English was upon them, and, deserting the lifeless body of their leader, they dispersed through the mountains. In the meanwhile the Scotchman approached the rock; he saw his foe fall; he saw his followers flee. He soon severed the head from the body, wrapping it in his plaid, off he set in the direction of Dublin. He travelled all that day, and at night took shelter in a cabin belonging to one Terence O'Gallagher, situated at one of the fords of the river Finn. Here Ramsay sought a night's lodging, which Irishmen never refuse; and, partaking of an oaten cake and some sweet milk, he went to rest, with Sir Cahir's head under his own as a pillow. The Scotchman slept sound,-and Terence was up at break of day. He saw blood oozing out through the plaid that served as his guests pillow, and suspected all was not right; so, slitting the tartan plaid, he saw the hair and head of a man. Slowly drawing it out, he recognised features well known to every man in Tyrconnel; they were Sir Cahir's. Terence knew as well as any man that there was a price set on this very head-a price abundant to make his fortune-a price he was now resolved to try and gain. So off Terence started, and the broad Tyrone was almost crossed by O'Gallagher, before the Scotchman awoke to resume his journey. The story is still told with triumph through the country, how the Irishman, without the treason, reaped the reward of Sir Cahir's death.- Sketches in the North and South of Ireland.

Another great site for our family history back in the 4th and 5th Century. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niall_of_the_Nine_Hostages

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