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Catherine Louney1

F
Marriage*11 October 1854 Killarney Roman Catholic Church, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland; by Re. Dl. O'Sullivan, witnessed by Dl. Leahy and Th. J. Walsh; Groom=John Foley1 

Family

John Foley

Citations

  1. [S176] Casey, O'Kief, Coshe Mang, Slieve Lougher and Upper Backwater in Ireland, Historical and Genealogical Items Relating to North Cork and East Kerry, 7 (Birmingham, Alabama: Published privately for the Amite and Knocknagree Historical Fund, 1964), various pages, see CD, p. 294, Marriage of John Foley and Cath. Louney, viewed on mfm LDS # 0823804, data extracted to Parish Register Data Collection Sheets, Family History Library.
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James Love1

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Marriage*28 December 1708 West Parish, Greenock, Refrewshire, Scotland; Bride=Martha Potter1 

Family

Martha Potter

Citations

  1. [S761] Greenock (Old/West Parish), Renfrewshire, Scotland, LDS OPR printout, marriages, 1698-1854, FHL # 6901700(fiche), Extracted from microfilm copies of parish registers on film nos. 1041062-1041065, 0102060, 0102063, Family History Library.
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(?) Lowery1

M, b. circa 1790
ChartsDescendants of Benjamin Darby
Birth*circa 1790 St. Eleanor's, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada2 
Marriage*1814 Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Bride=Lois Darby2,1 

Family

Lois Darby b. c 1788

Citations

  1. [S327] International Genealogical Index, Canada, PEI, on microfiche, hereinafter, "IGI, Canada, PEI, March 1992", March 1992, microfiche, P0046, Pg. 178, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S325] Family Group Record submission to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Provo, Utah, 23 Feb 1990, by Keith M. Thompson, Provo, Utah. Batch Nos. F517443 and 5017443, Serial No. 16, on microfilm No. 1553687, pg. 24, citing Orlo Jones and Doris Haslam, An Island Refuge, pg. 87 & 89. He has not copied the data exactly as it appears in the book which the author has in her collection. Photocopy, in possession of author, Family History Library.
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James Lowery1

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Marriage* Bride=Lydia Dulmage1 

Family

Lydia Dulmage

Citations

  1. [S168] Mike Young, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 4 Oct 1998 (Quotes Ref: Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, no author given, Rolph & Clark, 1905, p. 934. He sent me a copy of the applicable pages, worksheets), Dawn Ellis, Graham, North Carolina, USA.
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Alice Lownsbrough1

F, b. circa 1809
FatherRobert Lownsbrough1
Birth*circa 1809 Cropton, North Riding Yorkshire, England1 
Marriage*1 February 1838 Kirkbymoorside, North Riding Yorkshire, England; he, of full age, bachelor, farmer of Gillamoor, her of full age, spinster of Gillamoor, by license; Groom=William Bell Bulmer1 
Cen-Head*1851 Gillamoor, North Riding Yorkshire, England; aged 45, with wife Alice (41, Cropton) & children Ann (6, Gillamoor), John (8, Gillamoor), Robert (11, Gillamoor) & William (12, Gillamoor); Principal=William Bell Bulmer, Witness=William Bulmer, Witness=Robert Bulmer, Witness=John Bulmer, Witness=Ann Bulmer1 

Family

William Bell Bulmer b. 30 Mar 1806
Children

Citations

  1. [S210] Chris Norris, Descendants of John Bulmer Report, 20 Oct 2000, no sources given, printout, Dawn Ellis.
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Robert Lownsbrough1

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Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S210] Chris Norris, Descendants of John Bulmer Report, 20 Oct 2000, no sources given, printout, Dawn Ellis.
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Debra Lowther1,2

F, b. circa 1845
Birth*circa 1845 Prince Edward Island, Canada3 
Marriage*14 February 1871 Prince Edward Island, Canada; by license, by Robert S. Patterson, witnessed by David B. Lee & David J. Lowther; Groom=David Walker3 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1881 Lot 19, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1881 Canadian Census||Deborah Walker||Deborah, 36 years old, was born on PEI of english origins. Her religion was recorded as Presbyterian, she was married; Cen Plc=PE, Dist 1, Prince, Lot 19 Census Canadian Federal 1881, HOH=John Walker4 

Family

David Walker b. c 1841
Children

Citations

  1. [S319] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, Prince County, population, lot 19, family 36, name spelled Debroh; citing Library and Archives Canada (LAC), (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) microfilm publication mfm C-13162.
  2. [S535] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Phase 2, source: Marriage License for David Walker and Debra Lowther, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  3. [S319] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, Prince County, population, lot 19, family 36; citing Library and Archives Canada (LAC), (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) microfilm publication mfm C-13162.
  4. [S319] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, Prince County, population, District 1, Prince County, Lot 19, p. 10, Lines 9-15, House 35, Family 36; citing Library and Archives Canada (LAC), (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) microfilm publication mfm C-13162.
  5. [S544] North Bedeque United Presbyterian Church Parish Register, 1826-1975, baptism of John Lea Walker, mother's name not given, data extracted to Parish Register worksheets, Acc# 319811, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  6. [S544] North Bedeque United Presbyterian Church Parish Register, 1826-1975, baptism of Henry Osborne Weir Walker, mother's name not given, data extracted to Parish Register worksheets, Acc# 319811, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  7. [S544] North Bedeque United Presbyterian Church Parish Register, 1826-1975, baptism of James Colin Walker, mother's name not given, data extracted to Parish Register worksheets, Acc# 319811, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  8. [S544] North Bedeque United Presbyterian Church Parish Register, 1826-1975, baptism of Catherine Minnie Walker, mother's anme not given, data extracted to Parish Register worksheets, Acc# 319811, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  9. [S544] North Bedeque United Presbyterian Church Parish Register, 1826-1975, baptism of Ira John Walker, mother's name not given, data extracted to Parish Register worksheets, Acc# 319811, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
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Sara Lucas1

F
Marriage* Groom=Pierre Girard 

Family

Pierre Girard
Child

Citations

  1. [S797] Gallant, Les Registres de la Gaspésie in Mémoires (Montreal: Societe Genealogique Canadienne-Francaise, 1961), p. 119.
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Toussaint Lucau1

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Marriage*before 2 February 1671 Bride=Marguerite Charpentier1 

Family

Marguerite Charpentier

Citations

  1. [S631] Université de Montréal, “Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH),” http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/: Baptism Certificate # 1966, Baptism of Pierre Emery.
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Ann Lucumber1,2,3,4

F, b. circa 1769
ChartsAncestors of Dorothy Lefurgey Weeks
Descendants of Stephen Weeks
Birth*circa 1769 Ireland5 
Marriage*circa 1789 Ireland; Groom=Stephen Weeks2,1,6,3,7,5 
Emigration*circa 1822 County Queen's (now County Laois), Ireland; with 8 children; Principal=Stephen Weeks, Witness=Robert Weeks, Witness=Stephen Weeks, Witness=Joseph W. Weeks, Witness=John Weeks Esq., Witness=Henry Weeks, Witness=Margaret Weeks, Witness=William Weeks, Witness=Mary Ann Weeks5 
Immigration*1822 British North America; Principal=Stephen Weeks, Witness=Robert Weeks, Witness=Joseph W. Weeks, Witness=Stephen Weeks, Witness=John Weeks Esq., Witness=Henry Weeks, Witness=Margaret Weeks, Witness=Mary Ann Weeks1,4 
Death* Prince Edward Island, Canada5 

Family

Stephen Weeks b. c 1765
Children

Citations

  1. [S344] Interview with Dorothy Lefurgey Weeks Ellis, August 1972. She gave me a manuscript "History of the Weeks Family", in her own hand. Some parts are confusing., ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S344] Interview with Dorothy Lefurgey Weeks Ellis, August 1972, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  3. [S348] Descendants of Stephen Weeks and Ann Lacomber, 1977, charts given to me (MAE) by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. Photocopies, p. 1, citing the sources as "Mrs. Carl Weeks", "U. Church Records", "Cemeteries" and "Mrs. Heber Corbett (nee Lucy Weeks)", Dawn Ellis.
  4. [S410] History of the Weeks Family, Feb. 1977, typescript narrative given to me by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. who cites the source as "Mrs. Carl Weeks, Alberton, PE". Photocopy, Dawn Ellis.
  5. [S621] "Stephen Weeks, Ireland to Prince Edward Island, Canada, about 1822 and Descendants" by Ralph D. Smith, copy, Dawn Ellis.
  6. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 October 1976. Her memory seemed a bit sketchy, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  7. [S571] "Who is your Cousin" compiled by Myron Weeks, 1994, 181 Dorchester St., Charlottetown, PE, C1A 1E4, (902) 892-6276, original. I suspect that a lot of his info came from Ralph D. Smith (see S# 906, Doc # 612), various pages, p.1, Dawn Ellis.
  8. [S348] Descendants of Stephen Weeks and Ann Lacomber, 1977, charts given to me (MAE) by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. Photocopies, p. 2, citing the sources as "Old Dock Cemetery" and "Alice Green", Dawn Ellis.
  9. [S348] Descendants of Stephen Weeks and Ann Lacomber, 1977, charts given to me (MAE) by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. Photocopies, p. 8, citing the source as "Old Dock Cemetery", Dawn Ellis.
  10. [S348] Descendants of Stephen Weeks and Ann Lacomber, 1977, charts given to me (MAE) by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. Photocopies, p. 4, citing the sources as "Port Hill Records", "Anglican Church" for Henry['s] son Stephen Large Family and "Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
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