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Andrew Ignatius Swiecicki [Parents] was born in 1777 in Grand Duchy Lithuania, Poland Lithuania. Andrew was of the Roman Catholic faith. He was employed as Landowner Estate Noniszki.

Andrew Ignatius (Andrzej Ignacy) was the landowner of the Estate Nouiski, and hereditary noble of the Russian Empire (Immatriculated in Book I, 26 July 1811)

He had the following children:

  M i Nikodem Svientzitski was born in 1816.
  M ii Julius Constantine Andrew Svientzitski

Amos Chinn [Parents] was born on 10 Jun 1759 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He died 1 on 5 Mar 1851 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He was buried on 13 Mar 1851 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He married Mary Elizabeth Read on 25 Oct 1784 in Witchampton, Dorset, UK. Amos was baptized 2 on 10 Jun 1759 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He was of the Anglican faith. He was employed as Labourer.

(P182 RE4) Baptism & Burials recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1759-1812 [baptisms continued] verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.

Recorded in the 1841 Census of Hinton St. Mary as Amos Farmer aged 80 wife Mary. According to Baptism record he would have been 82.

Mary Elizabeth Read was born in 1757. She died 1 on 23 Jul 1849 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She was buried on 29 Jul 1849 in Hinton St. Mary, St Peter's Church. She married Amos Chinn on 25 Oct 1784 in Witchampton, Dorset, UK. Mary was baptized in 1757.

Recorded in the 1841 Census of Hinton St. Mary as Mary aged 80 wife of Amos. She is thought to have been 84 in 1841.
Mary is recorded as having died at age 92 and buried on July 29, 1849

Provided by Rachel McVeigh (March 2002)
On another subject, when I showed my mother the Chinn family tree, she noted the name Mary Elizabeth Read (1757-1849 married to Amos Chinn 1759-1851) and told me about a family heirloom known as the "Mary Read spoon" - a teething spoon that is engraved with the initials MR, that has been passed down through the family. Until now, she has not known where this spoon originated, or how old it is!

They had the following children:

  M i George Chinn
  M ii Amos Chinn
  F iii Ruth Chinn was born on 10 Jan 1790 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. Ruth was baptized 1 on 10 Jan 1790 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She joined religion Anglican.

(P182 RE4) Baptism & Burials recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1759-1812 [baptisms continued] verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.
  M iv Samuel Chinn was born on 19 Feb 1792 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. Samuel was baptized 1 on 19 Feb 1792 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He was of the Anglican faith.

(P182 RE4) Baptism & Burials recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1759-1812 [baptisms continued] verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.
  F v Elizabeth Chinn
  M vi James Chinn was born on 15 Jan 1797 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. James was baptized 1 on 15 Jan 1797 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He was of the Anglican faith.

(P182 RE4) Baptism & Burials recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1759-1812 [baptisms continued] verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.

Note from David Vesey ("D.J.B.Vesey /B.M.Brown" <veseybrown@sympatico.ca>)
"Alan

Just found a Mary Ann CHINN (b.circa 1825 in Corfe Castle Dorset) dau of James Chinn. She married a John Burnham of Cranbrook Kent in London in 1845. and died in 1872 in Marden Kent. Can you help me with this Chinn family?
Regards
David Vesey
Canada

(Response: The similarity of names suggests there may be a link especially with his mother being Mary and his younger sisters both being Mary and Ann. If you are able to establish a link between your James Chinn and this one of Hinton St. Mary I would be very much interested. I am afraid I have no details about this James as it appears he left Hinton St. Mary with no further record.)
  F vii Mary Chinn
  F viii Ann Chinn was born on 12 Feb 1801 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She died on 28 May 1802 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She was buried 1 on 28 May 1802 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. Ann was baptized 2 on 12 Feb 1801 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She joined religion Anglican.

(P182 RE4) Baptism & Burials recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1759-1812 [baptisms continued] verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.

(P182 RE4) Burial recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1760-1812 verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.
  M ix John Chinn

Julius Constantine Andrew Svientzitski [Parents] was born in 1817 in Grand Duchy Lithuania, Poland Lithuania. He died on 13 Jan 1893. He married Isabella Paulina Besierkierska on 20 Oct 1848 in St. John's Church, Vilnius, Polish-Lithuania. Julius was baptized in Kroki, parish Kovno. He was of the Roman Catholic faith.

Julius Constantine Andrew Sweicicki (otherwise Svientzitski) of the Manor House Kroki, Parish of Kovno, was confirmed in the Dignity of Hereditary Noble of the Russian Empire by decision of the Directing Senate, Section of Heraldry, St. Petersburg on the 20th Sept 1826, with entry in the First Part of the Nobles' Genealogical Register of the Heraldry of St. Petersburg, 4th Feb 1860. Julius was born cir 1817 and was educated at the Imperial University of St. Petersburg (M.Phil.)

Isabella Paulina Besierkierska was born in (Herb, Pomian) Dzisna, Vilna Lithuania. She died on 16 May 1895 in British Columbia, Canada. She was buried in Mission, BC, Canada. She married Julius Constantine Andrew Svientzitski on 20 Oct 1848 in St. John's Church, Vilnius, Polish-Lithuania. Isabella joined religion Roman Catholic.

They had the following children:

  M i Paul Constantine Swiecicki
  F ii Elenor Margaret Swiecicki
  M iii Joseph Stanislaw Svenceski
  M iv Anthony Michael Swencisky
  M v Adam Julian Constantine Swencisky
  M vi Bolis Constantin Swenceski
  F vii Veronica Susanna Swiecicki

Edmund Joseph Emerson [Parents] was born on 25 Jun 1908 in Vancouver, BC. He died in Dec 1990 in Nanaimo, BC. He was buried in Nanaimo, BC. He married Edith Buxton on 25 May 1943. Edmund was of the Roman Catholic faith. He was employed as Accountant MacMillin Blodell.

Edith Buxton died in 1989 in Nanaimo BC. She married Edmund Joseph Emerson on 25 May 1943.


Thayl Ludlow Haire was born 1 on 5 Sep 1898. He died 2 in Aug 1973 in Yountville California 94599 USA. He married Mary Grace Constance Svenceski on 17 Nov 1933 in San Francisco. The marriage ended in divorce.They were divorced in 1954 in San Francisco.

Death record retrieved from Internet, Social Security Death Index - Family Tree Maker (July 1998)

Mary Grace Constance Svenceski [Parents] was born on 4 Jan 1902 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She died 1 on 11 Oct 1995 in San Francisco, USA. She was buried in Oct 1995 in Ocean View Burial Park, Burnaby BC, Canada. She married Thayl Ludlow Haire on 17 Nov 1933 in San Francisco. The marriage ended in divorce.They were divorced in 1954 in San Francisco. Mary joined religion Roman Catholic. She was employed as Retired.

Mary was a flamboyant individual who carried herself with presence and flair. Her marriage to Thayle lasted 24 years and though she seldom spoke of him, she remained loyal and dedicated to him. In later years Thayle was confined to a convalescent home, and Mary frequently visited him.

Thayle and Mary had no children. For this reason she took great interest in her grand-niece and grand-nephews. Brian B. Chinn corresponded with her frequently and they maintained a close relationship for many years. Allan and Sandra both visited California in 1969 with their grandmother Wanda, and all four of them enjoyed a surprise trip to Hawaii which Mary had arranged. It being a surprise the other three had no idea where they were headed until actually boarding the aircraft.

Generous in nature, she also had a relaxed view on life. When her sister Wanda was widowed she immediately offered that she should move to San Francisco and live with her there. Unfortunately, Wanda was unaccustomed to the lifestyle and it soon began to take a toll on her health. Her son Norman suspected that things were not going well and travelled to San Francisco to determine just how his mother was. It became apparent that she had injured her back, had been remaining in bed and was generally in poor condition. What particularly aggravated the situation was that Mary had always enjoyed her evening jug of martini. Wanda previous to this had been a non-drinker. The daily consumption was well beyond Wanda's capacity and left her pretty much incapacitated. As a result, Norman packed up his mother and her things and immediately brought her back to Montreal. Mary, particularly incensed with the implied insult to her character never spoke to her nephew or her grand-niece and grand-nephews again.

Her lawyer managed most of her affairs in the later years. Her entire estate was divided among charities including an orphanage in Poland.

Obituary of
Haire, Grace Mary
- In San Francisco, October 11, 1995, loving daughter of the late Joseph and Constance Svenceski; dear sister of Leontine de Vito; aunt of Maryliz (Werner) Rhul. A native of Vancouver, B.C. aged 93 years. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1995, 9:15am at St. Vincent de Paul Church (Green & Steiner Sts.) S.F. Private Interment, Ocean View Burial Park, Burnaby, B.C.
Halsted N. Gray - Carew & English - 1123 Sutter St. S.F. California (673-3000)


Alfred de Vito died in 1992 in San Francisco, USA. He married Leontine Xaviera Pauline Svenceski on 29 Jul 1942 in San Francisco. They were married on 29 Jul 1942 in San Francisco, CA, USA. Alfred was employed as small business owner.

Leontine Xaviera Pauline Svenceski [Parents] was born on 14 Aug 1903 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She died on 10 Aug 2000 in San Francisco, CA, USA. She was buried in Aug 2000 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She married Alfred de Vito on 29 Jul 1942 in San Francisco. They were married on 29 Jul 1942 in San Francisco, CA, USA. Leontine died 1 on 9 Mar 2000 in San Francisco, CA, USA. She joined religion Roman Catholic.

Launny had a stroke in 1993 and was incapacitated for the better part of seven years until her death in 2000. She died in her daughter's home, also living on Molimo Drive, and the funeral mass was held at St. Brendan in San Francisco. She was cremated and later buried in the city of her birth, Vancouver BC, Canada, in August 2000.

They had the following children:

  F i Mary Elizabeth de Vito

Warner H. Ruhl died in 1995. He married Mary Elizabeth de Vito.

Warner was treated for cancer in later years and was following chemotherapy treament. In 1995 he suffered a bad reaction to the treatment where his blood count dropped drastically.

Mary Elizabeth de Vito [Parents]

Other marriages:
Lincoln, Don


Don Lincoln

Mary Elizabeth de Vito [Parents]

Other marriages:
Ruhl, Warner H.


Francis Dawson was born in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. He married 1 Jane Chinn on 22 Apr 1789 in Parish Church, Hinton St.Mary, Dorset. Francis was employed as Butcher.

Jane Chinn [Parents] was born on 20 Sep 1764 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She died 1 on 17 Sep 1861 in Sturminster Newton, Dorset, UK. She married 2 Francis Dawson on 22 Apr 1789 in Parish Church, Hinton St.Mary, Dorset. Jane died on 4 Dec 1861 in Sturminster Newton, Dorset, UK. She was baptized 3 on 20 Sep 1764 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK. She joined religion Anglican.

(P182 RE4) Baptism & Burials recorded in Archives of Hinton St. Mary 1759-1812 [baptisms continued] verified by Brian B. Chinn and by his agent Mrs. Wienstock.
Jenney was married to Francis Dawson, a Butcher, of Hinton St. Mary and they were married at the parish church on April 22, 1789.

In Jane's [Jenney] will she left her estate to Joshua Fish, Joshia Fish, Sarah Fish, and Rebecca Fish. The 1851 and 1861 census' for Bagber records Jane Dawson as living with the family of Joshua Fish (a farmer) and is described as being their aunt. She would have been in her late 90's by the 1861 census. This presumably is the family of one of her sisters; Sarah or Ruth (or possibly Rebecca or Susannah if one of them remarried)

Because William did not inherit from his mother, he either emigrated or died without family prior to 1851. The later is possible as William would have had to have been 61 by 1851.

Jane Dawson's will as follows:
This is the last Will and Testament of me
Jane Dawson of Bagber in the Parish of Sturminster Newton in the County of Dorset Widow I appoint Joshua Fish of Bagber aforesaid yeoman to be the Executor of this my Will. I give devise and bequeath all my Real and personal Estate and Effects of whatever description the same may be unto and equally between Joshua Fish Josiah Fish Sarah Fish and Rebecca Fish and their several and respective heirs executors administrators and assigns as tenants in common. I hereby revoke all former and other wills by me at any time made and declare this alone to by my last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this Twenty fifth day of July one thousand eight hundred and sixty one.
Signed by the said Jane Dawson the testatrix as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto set our names as witnesses the said will having also been read over to her in our presence
Hy. Cha_s Daswood
Sol_n Sturminster
W_m Cheesewright
Thomas Elkins
W_m Cheesewright

_____________________________________

On the 4th day of December 1861 the Will of Jane Dawson late of Bagber in the parish of Sturminster Newton in the County of Dorset Widow deceased was proved by the oath of Joshua Fish of Bagber aforesaid Yeoman the sole Executor named in the said Will he having been first sworn duly to administer.

Sworn under £200.

Extracted by Mr. H.C. Dashwood Solicitor, Sturminster Newton.

They had the following children:

  M i William Dawson was born on 7 Feb 1790. He died in 1851. William was baptized on 7 Feb 1790 in Hinton St. Mary, Dorset, UK.

Because William did not inherit from his mother, he either emigrated or died without family prior to 1851. The later is possible as William would have had to have been 61 by 1851.

Archibald Buchanan [Parents] was born 1 on 3 Nov 1748. He died 2 on 28 Dec 1836 in Strathroy, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland. He married 3 Elizabeth Lockhart on 28 Dec 1774.

Archibald Buchanan had two farms located neat to present townland of Lislimnaghan, one of them associated with the name Rossfad, and the other Swishabuoy or Sessiagh-buoy (probably original Irish terms). Lord Mountjoy wanted these two lands for plantation purposes and gave in exchange one farm of 61 acres with house, etc., part of the townland of Strathroy, which Lord Mountjoy contended was fully worth the other two. All of these were acquired through leasehold from the Mountjoy estate. Lord Mountjoy further promised that he would get suitable employment for Archibald's second son George. Archibald and family moved to Strathroy in 1793. John the eldest son died shortly thereafter of pleurisy.

Archibald Buchanan was broad of shoulder, of not more than medium height and with red hair.

The following is an extract from W.P. Buchanan's 1931 family publication "Archibald Buchanan (1748-1836) Bears and Forbears":-

STRATHROY

Strathroy is situated in Parish of Cappagh, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, 1 1/2 miles from Omagh, capital and assize town of Co. Tyrone. The townlands of Lisonally and Lisnamallard are between the townland of Strathroy and Omagh. The fee simple of the Buchanan portion of Strathroy was purchased from the Mountjoy Estate, time of purchase indefinite, possibly in 1814, when several townlands were sold, in 1846 under Special Act for sale of the Estate, or in 1849-50 under the Encumbered Estate Act. Lord Mountjoy (Earl of Blessington) died May 23, 1829, and his Countess after a colourful life died June 4, 1849. The "Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington" by R. R. Madden, was' published in 1855, is a, very readable book and includes many interesting details of the Blessington's and their estates.

The Buchanan portion of Strathroy was in the family seventy-four (74) years, successively held by Archibald Buchanan, 1748-1836, his son George Buchanan, 1780-1865, his grandson, Robert Buchanan, 1801-1888, and sold by the latter in 1867. 48 acres and the old residence were purchased by interests for Chas. John Gardiner, grandson of the Earl of Blessington. This Mr. Gardiner was a handsome young man, and had a very pretty wife, daughter of Dr. Doak, near Newton-Stewart they were married October 28, 1864. The remaining 13 acres were purchased by Alex. Duncan (who owned another farm in the vicinity) and his descendents probably still reside there. Mr. Gardiner sold in a few years to Capt. Luke F. Scott, brother of Commander Charles Scott, R.N. J.P., who lived there and owned the larger part of Strathroy, hence the Scott family were then in possession of the entire townland except the Alex. Duncan portion. All that generation of the Scott family are now dead, so present occupants are unknown.

The river Strule fronts several hundred yards on the Buchanan property and in a much larger measure on the Scott property. The Strathroy Holms were of the most extensive in the district, over fifty acres on the Scott and about fifteen acres on Buchanan end, all perfectly level except one small almost central elevation or hillock in the Scott Holm of about two hundred feet in diameter and thirty feet extreme height; and on this hillock over a century ago a flock of sheep was marooned for several days in perfect safety. Both Holms are entirely flooded at intervals, sometimes of great volume, rolling rapidly, and lasting for several days. All sorts of wreckage frequently rescued as the river. makes a turn in the Buchanan Holm.

There were five distinct lines of Buchanans represented in the Omagh district one hundred years ago. George Buchanan of the Tattykeel family, no connection of the Strathroy Buchanans, but cousin of the Strathroy Scotts, was drunk one forenoon and stretched himself in a dangerous position near the Strule, on the Scott Holm near the Buchanan border. Jas Oliver Buchanan, 1850-1873, then a small boy, noticed the helpless man and proceeded to the rescue, but being unable to drag him to a safe place promptly lay down between the disabled man and the river, and was there for an hour or so until one of the Scott farm hands came along and took him to the Scott farm house where the stupor was slept off -- to his credit be it recorded that he never forgot the kindness.

There is, or was, sixty-five years ago a fine oak tree on the lawn of large size, easily over 30" in diameter and fully 15' of a clear trunk without branches, and on one of the latter the rising generation of that period had a swing, both efficient and substantial. On the other side of the Strule a considerable portion of the Mountjoy Forest was in evidence, and may still be there, and was the overnight resting place for thousands of Black Crows (Rooks). There was also an abundance of Sparrows, and in limited numbers, more or less, the Hawk, Owl, Gray Crow, Jackdaw, Magpie, Wild Pigeon, Curlew, Crane, etc.; and of small birds - the Robin, Wren, Blackbird, Lark, Thrush, Swallow, Wagtail, Goldfinch, Bullfinch, Chaffinch, Corn Crake (Land Rail), Cuckoo, etc.; all of these were absolutely free as air during the occupancy of Robert Buchanan, except Wild Pigeons, Hawks and Owls. Of wild life Rats were in abundance, also Weasels and an occasional Hedgehog, but a liberal number of Dogs and Cats kept the Dwelling, Barn, Store House, etc. comparatively free. There was also a small Rabbit Warren, and the Strule yielded Salmon, Trout, Eels and other fish.

None of the Buchanans after A. B. 1748-1836 were expert as farmers. Strathroy was fairly good land for cultivation and under intensive operation would probably have yielded exceptional crops. It was well adapted for mixed farming. John Buchanan, 1798-1858, had advanced ideas, but never had opportunity of putting them into practice.

Taking a survey back, it was an ideal spot for a happy childhood and from every standpoint a pleasure to write of the old location.

STRATHROY VISITORS

Of visiting relatives to Strathroy, four of the principal were Aunt McConnell, Margt. Rutherford, Margt. Kelly and Mattie Crawford. The male members visited too, only at longer intervals. Aunt McConnell was in her youth a neighbour and constant companion of second Mrs. R. B., and widow of her Uncle Oliver McConnell, daughter of Lieut. Scott and sister of David Scott she had two daughters and six sons, was often to Strathroy and generally remained for several days. Margt. Rutherford (Mrs. Andrew Adams) was daughter of Andrew Rutherford and his third wife Sally McConnell, hence Niece of Aunt McConnell and Cousin of Mrs. R. B. was frequent visitor but never could remain over night. Margt. Kelly was daughter of Andrew Kelly and Jennie McConnell, hence also Niece of Aunt McConnell and Cousin of Mrs. R. B. she always lived with her brother Oliver Kelly in Londonderry, and neither were ever married. She generally visited Strathroy every Summer for about one week. Mattie Crawford of the same set and wife of her Cousin Robert Kelly, visited Strathroy frequently and always remained several days. They were all fine specimens of womanhood and now all long since dead; they belong more to a Crawford or McConnell record than to a Buchanan. When two or more of these Cousins struck Strathroy at the same time, it was a season of increased happiness, and nice to look back upon such united cordiality. Eliza Kelly, sister of Margaret, did not get to Strathroy often but always with her cousins in spirit.

OTHER STRATHROY VISITORS, ETC.

There were also a number of miscellaneous visitors to Strathroy that claimed connection of some sort.

Mrs. Patterson, one of the Stuart line either by blood or marriage. Frequently to sew for a week or two, every now and then, and at other times just for a visit. A remarkably good looking, sensible, capable woman.

Nelson and his son John Burnett were principally a clan connection. They must have been contractors of some sort, as they purchased an occasional tree. John's back had been broken by a falling tree and always afterwards to examine a tree he invariably lay down on his back. They were frequent visitors.

Phoebe McCausland, doubtless a Crawford connection, as Phoebe was an occasional Crawford Christian name and Robert Crawford, 1746-1817, was agent for the Drumnakilly, etc., McCausland Estate. The McCausland Estates, at one time of considerable extent, passed largely out of the family probably sixty years ago [in the late1800's]. The last owner was one Alexander Oliver Saunderson McCausland.

There were also many other similar visitors too numerous however to mention, mostly connections of previous generations.

Elizabeth Lockhart 1 was born in 1750. She died 2 on 18 Dec 1818. She married 3 Archibald Buchanan on 28 Dec 1774.

Elizabeth Lockhart, wife of Archibald, is noted for her strong will. She had trouble now and then over friction between her sons and a certain water bailiff on the matter of poaching. She notified the latter that if she ever caught him again on the water front she would shoot him. The bailiff complained to the Lord Mountjoy who, believing "Betty" Lockhart to be a woman of her word, advised him to keep out of the way, to which he complied.

Again, in the matter of her son George's marriage it is stated that she advocated Margaret Crawford by reason that she had had a good mother-in-law (George's grandmother) of the same name. Her choice prevailed. When the first son was born, whom should have been named Robert after the maternal grandfather, Elizabeth insisted on John after her late son, and so it was that George's first son was John (1798-1858).

They had the following children:

  M i John Buchanan 1 was born 2 on 4 Jul 1776 in townland of Lislimnaghan, Tyrone, Ireland. He died on 3 Feb 1793 in Strathroy, Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland.

John the eldest son died of pleurisy shortly after the family move to Strathroy in 1793, developed from a severe wetting during the moving.
  F ii Margaret Buchanan 1 was born 2 on 11 Sep 1777. She died on 24 Aug 1778.
  M iii George Buchanan
  F iv Margaret Buchanan 1 was born 2 on 5 Dec 1781. She died on 25 Dec 1781.

Second Margaret born to Archibald & Elizabeth, also died in infancy

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