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George Sleightholme1

M, b. 21 June 1787
FatherGeorge Sleightholme1
MotherJane Potter1
Birth*21 June 1787 Fadmoor, North Riding Yorkshire, England1 

Citations

  1. [S207] "Stricklands in Ryedale and on the North York Moors" by Chris Norris, 27 Jan 1997, sent to me by email by Janice Wood of YNR, the author admits that there are areas that are not proven, printout, Dawn Ellis.
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Hannah Sleightholme1

F, b. 30 September 1797
FatherGeorge Sleightholme1
MotherJane Potter1
Birth*30 September 1797 Fadmoor, North Riding Yorkshire, England1 

Citations

  1. [S207] "Stricklands in Ryedale and on the North York Moors" by Chris Norris, 27 Jan 1997, sent to me by email by Janice Wood of YNR, the author admits that there are areas that are not proven, printout, states: "baptism entry has 4th daughter & 6th child of George of Fadmoor and Jane", cites: Kirkbymoorside Parish Registers transcribed by Geoff Otterburn, Dawn Ellis.
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Jenny Sleightholme1

F, b. 23 September 1792
FatherGeorge Sleightholme1
MotherJane Potter1
Birth*23 September 1792 Fadmoor, North Riding Yorkshire, England1 

Citations

  1. [S207] "Stricklands in Ryedale and on the North York Moors" by Chris Norris, 27 Jan 1997, sent to me by email by Janice Wood of YNR, the author admits that there are areas that are not proven, printout, states: "baptism entry has 3rd daughter & 5th child of George of Fadmoor and Jane", cites: Kirkbymoorside baptisms 1622-1793 transcribed from Northalllerton CRO. 41, Dawn Ellis.
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John Sleightholme1

M, b. circa 1845
Father(?) Sleightholme1
Mother(?) Hugill1
Birth*circa 1845 Kirkbymoorside, North Riding Yorkshire, England1 

Citations

  1. [S190] 1861 British Census- Yorkshire, Kirkby Moorside, Dist. of Helmsley, Subdistrict of Kirkbymoorside, Enum. District #16, p. 1, No. 1, Joseph Hugill is unmarried with a nephew with he surname Sleightholme, therefore he must have had a sister marry a Sleightholme, LDS mfm # 0543165, transcribed to worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
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John Sleightholme1

M
Marriage* Bride=Ann Watson1 

Family

Ann Watson
Child

Citations

  1. [S207] "Stricklands in Ryedale and on the North York Moors" by Chris Norris, 27 Jan 1997, sent to me by email by Janice Wood of YNR, the author admits that there are areas that are not proven, printout, surname spelled "Slightholm", Dawn Ellis.
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William Sleightholme1

M, b. circa 1848
Father(?) Sleightholme1
Mother(?) Hugill1
Birth*circa 1848 Kirkbymoorside, North Riding Yorkshire, England1 

Citations

  1. [S190] 1861 British Census- Yorkshire, Kirkby Moorside, Dist. of Helmsley, Subdistrict of Kirkbymoorside, Enum. District #16, p. 1, No. 1, Joseph Hugill is unmarried with a nephew with he surname Sleightholme, therefore he must have had a sister marry a Sleightholme, LDS mfm # 0543165, transcribed to worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
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Esther Small1

F
FatherJohn Small1
MotherFrances Bremble1 b. c 1781, d. 25 Jun 1869
Marriage* Groom=George Stanlake1 

Family

George Stanlake b. c 1807, d. 22 Sep 1888
Child

Citations

  1. [S274] History of Benjamin Darby, Richibucto, NB, 24 May 1941, typescript narrative, no author, no sources given. Original in possession of Nita Harris Ellis, Summerside, PEI. Ms. note, in what looks like Nita's hand, was probably added later. Photocopy, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S273] Descendants of Benjamin Darby, Loyalist, unknown date, typescript descendancy chart, some parts confusing, no dates given, author unknown, some ms. additions, no sources given. Original in possession of Nita Harris Ellis, Summerside, PEI. Photocopy, Dawn Ellis.
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John Small1

M
Marriage*circa 1803 Bride=Frances Bremble2 

Family

Frances Bremble b. c 1781, d. 25 Jun 1869
Children

Citations

  1. [S329] Graves, William Schurman Loyalist of Bedeque, Prince Edward Island and his descendants, I (Summerside, PEI: Harold B. Schurman, 1973), Pg. 65-66, 106-108.
  2. [S329] Graves, William Schurman Loyalist of Bedeque, Prince Edward Island and his descendants, I (Summerside, PEI: Harold B. Schurman, 1973), Pg. 65-66, 106-108, License issued at Charlottetown on Sep 30, 1803.
  3. [S274] History of Benjamin Darby, Richibucto, NB, 24 May 1941, typescript narrative, no author, no sources given. Original in possession of Nita Harris Ellis, Summerside, PEI. Ms. note, in what looks like Nita's hand, was probably added later. Photocopy, Dawn Ellis.
  4. [S324] Jones and Haslam, AN ISLAND REFUGE Loyalists and Disbanded Troops on the Island of Saint John ([Charlottetown, PEI]: Abegweit Branch of the United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada, 1983), John Small, pp.273-278, Researched and submitted by: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Small. Sources: John Small's diary and account book, St. Eleanor's Anglican Church Records, family bible. Name given as John Darby Small and noted to be John Small's stepson.
  5. [S511] The Charlottown Guardian, (Charlottown, PE: n.pub., 23 Jul 1904), 8.
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John Darby Small1

M, b. 1800
Adoptive fatherJohn Small2
MotherFrances Bremble2 b. c 1781, d. 25 Jun 1869
Birth*1800 2 
Marriage*2 December 1830 St. John's Anglican Church, St. Eleanor's, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; By License, witnessed by Netus Darby, David Schurman, James Smith; Bride=Jane Glover, Witness=Netus Darby, Witness=James Smith1 

Family

Jane Glover
Children

Citations

  1. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 82, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  2. [S324] Jones and Haslam, AN ISLAND REFUGE Loyalists and Disbanded Troops on the Island of Saint John ([Charlottetown, PEI]: Abegweit Branch of the United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada, 1983), John Small, pp.273-278, Researched and submitted by: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Small. Sources: John Small's diary and account book, St. Eleanor's Anglican Church Records, family bible. Name given as John Darby Small and noted to be John Small's stepson.
  3. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 91, Baptism of William Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  4. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 109, Baptism of Jerusha Margaret Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  5. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 131, Baptism of Frances Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  6. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 145, Baptism of Achmet Alfred Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  7. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 155/6, Baptism of Sarah Jane Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  8. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 163, Baptism of Ellen Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  9. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 178, Baptism of David Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  10. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, call # 2630, p. 192, Baptism of Jannet Darby, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
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Sarah Small1

F, b. 1 January 1804, d. 18 January 1908
FatherJohn Small2
MotherFrances Bremble2 b. c 1781, d. 25 Jun 1869
Birth*1 January 1804 2,3 
Baptism Pri* by Bishop McEachren2 
Marriage*22 November 1831 St. John's Anglican Church, St. Eleanor's, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; witnesses: Benj Darby, Philip [Burt?], Isaac Darby; Groom=George Stanlake, Witness=Isaac Darby, Witness=Benjamin Darby Jr.4,5 
Death*18 January 1908 aged 104 years6 
Burial*1908 St. John's Anglican Church, St. Eleanor's, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Prince Co., Lot 17, St. Eleanor's, St. John's Anglican Cemetery6 

Family

George Stanlake b. c 1807, d. 22 Sep 1888

Citations

  1. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, Call # 2630, p. 90, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  2. [S511] The Charlottown Guardian, (Charlottown, PE: n.pub., 23 Jul 1904), 8.
  3. [S279] Tombstone Inscription, unknown publish date, Tombstone of Sarah Small, year estimated from age at death, personal visit by author, St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery.
  4. [S400] Richmond Parish Register, 1821-1957, Call # 2630, p. 90, Marriage of Sarah Small & George Stanlake, Includes records of St. John's (St. Eleanors) and St. Mary's (Summerside) Anglican Churches, mfm #2630, MacNaught History Centre & Archives.
  5. [S511] The Charlottown Guardian, (Charlottown, PE: n.pub., 23 Jul 1904), 8, does not give first name of Mrs. Stanlake.
  6. [S279] Tombstone Inscription, unknown publish date, Tombstone of Sarah Small, personal visit by author, St. John's Anglican Church Cemetery.
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