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Henry Weeks1,2,3,4,5,6,7

M, b. circa 1808, d. 21 January 1880
FatherStephen Weeks1,2,3,4,7 b. c 1765
MotherAnn Lucumber1,2,3,4,7 b. c 1769
ChartsAncestors of Dorothy Lefurgey Weeks
Descendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Birth*circa 1808 8,9 
Settled*1824 Prince Edward Island, Canada10 
Marriage* Bride=Ann Large11,3,4,6,12,13 
Residence*16 March 1845 Lot 4, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada14 
Residence*16 April 1856 Kildare, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Principal=Ann Large13 
Mar-Status*1861 married. His wife's name is not given5 
Cen-Head*1861 Lot 4, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; No. in family married = 2; No. in family single = 9; Total in family (including servants) = 11; Religion = Ch. of Eng. = 11; Vital stats of past year = Born 0, Died 0, Married 0; Years of lease expired = 20 of 999; Principal=Ann Large, Witness=John Thomas Weeks, Witness=Henry Albert Weeks, Witness=Stephen Large Weeks, Witness=Mary Isabella Weeks, Witness=Alecia Rebecca Weeks, Witness=William Lecumber Weeks, Witness=Anne Eliza Weeks, Witness=Jane Caroline Weeks, Witness=Joseph James Weeks15 
Occupation* Kildare River, Lot 4, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; a farmer16,4,3 
Death*21 January 1880 aet. 7217,18 
Burial*1880 Woodlawn United Church Cemetery, Alberton, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Prince Co., Lot 04, Alberton, Woodlawn United/Methodist Cemetery18,17 

Family

Ann Large b. c 1812, d. 10 Aug 1893
Marriage* Bride=Ann Large11,3,4,6,12,13 
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. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 October 1976. Her memory seemed a bit sketchy, 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. 4, citing the sources as "Port Hill Records", "Anglican Church" for Henry['s] son Stephen Large Family and "Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
  4. [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.
  5. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing 1861 Census, Lot 4, p.4 (Henry Weeks). This is a Head of Household census and no other names are given, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  6. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing "Bio Card, Henry Weeks", Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  7. [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.
  8. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing Lot 4, Cemetery 5, Stone 60. The inscription reads "Father Weeks", "Mother Weeks". Also on the tombstone is the inscription for "Jan C" [Jane Caroline], daughter of Henry Weeks and Ann Large. His year of birth extrapolated from given age at death, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  9. [S407] Tombstone Inscription, inscription at top of monument reads "WEEKS". "Father" and "Mother" are on the east side of the monument, with "Jane G./C wife of Wm. G. Warren also their infant daughter" on the south side. Years of birth extrapolated from given ages at death. Photograph, in possession of author, Doc. Nos. 50, 51, personal visit by author, Woodlawn United Church Cemetery, Alberton, Prince, PE, Canada.
  10. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing "1880 Atlas Patrons' Directory", Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  11. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 October 1976. Her memory seemed a bit sketchy. His wife's Christian name not given, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  12. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing "Bio Card, Henry Weeks". Marriage date not given., Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  13. [S657] , Administration of the Estate of John Large (n.p.: n.pub., 16 Apr 1856).
  14. [S411] Baptismal Record of John Thomas Weeks, born 7 Feb 1845, unknown publish date, photocopy, Dawn Ellis.
  15. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing 1861 Census, Lot 4, p.4 (Henry Weeks). This is a Head of Household census and no other names are given, but it's likely that the other married person in the household is his wife, Ann Large, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  16. [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. 5, citing the sources as "Montrose Cemetery", "U. Church Records" and "Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
  17. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing Lot 4, Cemetery 5, Stone 60. The inscription reads "Father Weeks", "Mother Weeks". Also on the tombstone is the inscription for "Jan C" [Jane Caroline], daughter of Henry Weeks and Ann Large, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  18. [S407] Tombstone Inscription, inscription at top of monument reads "WEEKS". "Father" and "Mother" are on the east side of the monument, with "Jane G./C wife of Wm. G. Warren also their infant daughter" on the south side. Photograph, in possession of author, Doc. Nos. 50, 51, personal visit by author, Woodlawn United Church Cemetery, Alberton, Prince, PE, Canada.
  19. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing "Bio Card, Henry Weeks", Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  20. [S535] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Phase 2, source: St. Paul's Anglican Church Records, p. 143; baptism of Jane Caroline Weeks, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  21. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing 1881 Census, Lot 4, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  22. [S535] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Phase 2, source: St. Paul's anglican Church Records, p. 201; baptism of Anne Eliza Weeks, Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island.
  23. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 Oct 1976, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  24. [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. 7, citing sources as "Church Records" and "Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
  25. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 Oct 1976, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  26. [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. 6. No sources cited, Dawn Ellis.
  27. [S666] , Baptismal Record of Joseph James Weeks (n.p.: n.pub., 23 Feb 1851).
  28. [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 son Stephen Large family, Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
  29. [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, only first Christian name given, Dawn Ellis.
  30. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 Oct 1976. She showed me a photograph of John T. Weeks and Susan Weeks and others related by blood or marriage. Transcript of inscription on back of frame, in possession of author, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  31. [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, . Only his Christian name given, Dawn Ellis.
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Henry Weeks1

M, b. circa 1832, d. 25 September 1912
FatherJoseph W. Weeks1 b. c 1805, d. 20 Feb 1884
MotherMary Ann Farquharson1 b. c 1802, d. 1 Apr 1878
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Birth*circa 1832 1,2 
Marriage* Bride=Marion E. Burford1 
Death*25 September 1912 1,2 
Burial*1912 People's Protestant Cemetery, Charlottetown, Queen's County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; section H; Interred=CAN, PE, Queens Co., Lot 33, Ch'town, People's Protestant Cemetery2,1 

Family

Marion E. Burford d. 23 Feb 1913

Citations

  1. [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.8, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S650] Info from Hazel Ripley & Evelyn Weeks, 18 Sep 2001, at Hazel's home in Hunter River, PEI. Notes taken from notes that she took at the Archives in Charlottetown years ago. Evelyn added dates & names from her memory., Dawn Ellis.
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Henry Weeks1

M, b. 18 February 1839, d. 26 March 1930
FatherStephen Weeks1 b. c 1795, d. 5 Apr 1869
MotherElizabeth Large1 b. 24 Jun 1805, d. 27 Jun 1867
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Birth*18 February 1839 Lot 67, Prince Edward Island, Canada2 
Occupation* Fredericton, York County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; a farmer1 
Marriage*18 July 1872 Cornwall, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Bride=Sarah Emmeline Howard1,3,4 
Death*26 March 1930 Springfield, Prince Edward Island, Canada1,4 
Burial*1930 Fredericton Community Cemetery, Fredericton, York County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Queens Co., Lot 67, Fredericton Community Cemetery1 

Family

Sarah Emmeline Howard b. 6 Oct 1852, d. 8 Jan 1943
Children

Citations

  1. [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.10, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S649] Evelyn Weeks, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn S. Ellis, email, (S# 958, Doc # 659, 16 Sep 2001 15 Sep 2001 (printouts).
  3. [S621] "Stephen Weeks, Ireland to Prince Edward Island, Canada, about 1822 and Descendants" by Ralph D. Smith, copy, Dawn Ellis.
  4. [S614] Unknown author, letter, various dates. printouts. 21 Mar 2001.
  5. [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.16, Dawn Ellis.
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Henry Albert Weeks1,2,3,4,5

M, b. 26 December 1848, d. 31 January 1913
FatherHenry Weeks3,2,6 b. c 1808, d. 21 Jan 1880
MotherAnn Large3,2,6 b. c 1812, d. 10 Aug 1893
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Bowness
Descendants of John Large
Birth*26 December 1848 3,7 
Occupation*1881 Lot 4, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; a farmer8 
Cen-Head*an unknown date in 1881 Lot 4, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1881 Canadian Census||Albert Weeks||Albert, 31 years old, was born on PEI of irish origins. His religion was recorded as Methodist, he was a farmer and was not married; Cen Plc=PE, Dist 1, Prince, Lot 4 Census Canadian Federal 1881, Parent=Ann Large, Dau=Anne Eliza Weeks, Dau=Alecia Rebecca Weeks, Witness=Robert Collier8,9 
Residence*3 December 1884 Alberton, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada10 
Marriage*3 December 1884 at the residence of the bride's brother R.S. Bowness by Rev. Walter B. Hinson; Bride=Elizabeth Ferris Bowness, Witness=Robert Sharp Bowness6,3,11,12,13,14,15 
Cen-Head*16 April 1891 Lot 4, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1891 Canadian Census||Albert Weeks||Albert, a 42 year old farmer was born on PEI. Both of his parents were in Ireland. Albert's religion was recorded as Methodist. He was married and could read and write; Cen Plc=PE, Dist 134, Prince, Lot 4, Div. 1 Census Canadian Federal 1891, Spouse=Elizabeth Ferris Bowness, Dau=Alicia Weeks, Son=Carl Henry Weeks, Dau=Ruby Ann Weeks, Dau=Mary Jane Weeks, Parent=Ann Large, Sis=Anne Eliza Weeks16 
Death*31 January 1913 aged 643,11,13,17 
Burial*1913 Woodlawn United Church Cemetery, Alberton, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Prince Co., Lot 04, Alberton, Woodlawn United/Methodist Cemetery11,13 

Family

Elizabeth Ferris Bowness b. 12 Jan 1860, d. 30 Jun 1941
Marriage*3 December 1884 at the residence of the bride's brother R.S. Bowness by Rev. Walter B. Hinson; Bride=Elizabeth Ferris Bowness, Witness=Robert Sharp Bowness6,3,11,12,13,14,15 
Children

Citations

  1. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 Oct 1976. His middle name only given, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [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. 6. No sources cited, 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. 5, citing the sources as "Montrose Cemetery", "U. Church Records" and "Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
  4. [S409] Descendants of William Bowness, 1977, charts given to me (MAE) by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. The source given on the charts is Dora Bowness. Photocopies, p. 3, citing the source as Woodlawn Cemetery, Alberton, PE, Canada. First Christian name not given, Dawn Ellis.
  5. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Reel 7; Ref: Lot 4, cem. 5, stone 45; Woodlawn United Cemetery, Alberton. Name given as Albert H. Weeks, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  6. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 Oct 1976, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  7. [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.
  8. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing 1881 Census, Lot 4, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  9. [S319] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, viewed at the MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside, mfm C-13162, covers Lots 1-19, 25-28, & Summerside town, District 1, Prince County, Lot 4, p. 59, Line 9-13, House 231, Family 240, Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Hereinafter cited as 1881 Canadian Census, PEI, C-13162.
  10. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing the "Daily Examiner" of 11 Dec 1884, p. 2, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  11. [S407] Tombstone Inscription, Albert H. Weeks and Elizabeth Bowness, daughter Mary J. Weeks on the east side and daughter Alicia Weeks on west side. Photograph, in possession of author, Doc. No. 48, personal visit by author, Woodlawn United Church Cemetery, Alberton, Prince, PE, Canada.
  12. [S409] Descendants of William Bowness, 1977, charts given to me (MAE) by Marilyn Wilson (Mrs. Harold) of Ottawa. She got these charts from Mrs. Willard Oulton, Alberton, PE. The source given on the charts is Dora Bowness. Photocopies, p. 10, citing the sources as "Church Records", "Meggison Scrap Book" and "Obituary", Dawn Ellis.
  13. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing Lot 4, Cemetery 5, Stone 45, Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  14. [S480] Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Master Name Index, Mfm. Roll No. 58, referencing the "Daily Examiner" of 11 Dec 1884, p. 2. Date of marriage recorded as "3rd Inst.", Eptek Exhibition Centre.
  15. [S417] Family Bible of Albert and Elizabeth (Bowness) Weeks. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues and With the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty's Special Command (146, Queen Victoria Street, London: Printed at The University Press for the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1907, the bible is in poor condition although the entries are legible. The original entries concerning the marriage of Albert and Elizabeth and the births and marriages of their children were all entered in the same hand and at the same time. Subsequent entries appear to have been made as they occurred. The original is in the possession of Beth Clark, Summerside, PE. Photocopy,, Dawn Ellis. Hereinafter cited as Family Bible of Albert and Elizabeth Weeks.
  16. [S868] 1891 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, viewed at the MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside, mfm T-6382, covers Lots 39-47, 51-56, 61, 63, 64, 66, Summerside town and Lots 1-4, District 134, Prince, Lot 4, Div 1, p. 23, Line 17-24, Family 82, Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Hereinafter cited as 1891 Canadian Census, PEI, T-6382.
  17. [S417] Family Bible of Albert and Elizabeth (Bowness) Weeks. The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues and With the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty's Special Command (146, Queen Victoria Street, London: Printed at The University Press for the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1907, the bible is in poor condition although the entries are legible. The original entries concerning the marriage of Albert and Elizabeth and the births and marriages of their children were all entered in the same hand and at the same time. Subsequent entries appear to have been made as they occurred. Photocopy,, Dawn Ellis. Hereinafter cited as Family Bible of Albert and Elizabeth Weeks.
  18. [S347] Interview with Marian Campbell Weeks , various dates, 17 Oct 1976, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets, Dawn Ellis.
  19. [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. 5, citing the sources as "Montrose Cemetery", "U. Church Records" and "Henry Clark". Year of birth extrapolated from age at death, Dawn Ellis.
  20. [S631] Université de Montréal, “Programme de recherche en démographie historique (PRDH),” http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/: Marriage Certificate # 127745, marriage of Louis Dalpec & Marie anne Perrault.
  21. [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. 7, citing sources as "Church Records" and "Henry Clark", Dawn Ellis.
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Henry Edward Weeks1

M, b. circa 1851, d. 24 December 1920
Birth*circa 1851 2 
Marriage* Bride=Jennie Patterson1 
Death*24 December 1920 aged 691 
Burial*1920 Christ Church Anglican Cemetery, Kildare Capes, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Prince Co., Lot 03, Montrose, Christ Church Anglican Cemetery1 

Family

Jennie Patterson b. c 1860, d. 12 Nov 1945

Citations

  1. [S424] Tombstone Inscription, Henery Edward Weeks and Jennie Patterson, personal visit by author, Christ Church Anglican Cemetery, Kildare Capes, PE, Canada.
  2. [S424] Tombstone Inscription, Henery Edward Weeks and Jennie Patterson. Years of birth extrapolated from given ages at death, personal visit by author, Christ Church Anglican Cemetery, Kildare Capes, PE, Canada.
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Henry Joseph Weeks1

M, b. 8 April 1881, d. 10 April 1976
FatherHenry Weeks1 b. 18 Feb 1839, d. 26 Mar 1930
MotherSarah Emmeline Howard1 b. 6 Oct 1852, d. 8 Jan 1943
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Birth*8 April 1881 1 
Occupation* a farmer1 
Marriage* Bride=Mina Beatrice Sharpe1 
Death*10 April 1976 Prince Edward Island, Canada1 
Burial*1976 Fredericton Community Cemetery, Fredericton, Lot 67, York County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Queens Co., Lot 67, Fredericton Community Cemetery1 

Family

Mina Beatrice Sharpe b. 1895, d. 1976
Child

Citations

  1. [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.16, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S650] Info from Hazel Ripley & Evelyn Weeks, 18 Sep 2001, at Hazel's home in Hunter River, PEI. Notes taken from notes that she took at the Archives in Charlottetown years ago. Evelyn added dates & names from her memory., Dawn Ellis.
More information available on request.

Henry Leslie Stanley Weeks1,2

M, b. 11 February 1877
FatherWilliam George Weeks1 b. 22 Aug 1834, d. a 1901
MotherAnn Charlotte Cousins1 b. 3 Oct 1850, d. a 1901
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Residence* Boston, USA3 
Birth*11 February 1877 Stanley Bridge, Prince Edward Island, Canada1,4,5 
Occupation* a carpenter4 
Marriage* Newport, New Hampshire, USA; Bride=Ella Conroy4 
Death* Lowell, Massachusetts, USA1,4 
Burial* Lowell, Massachusetts, USA4 

Family

Ella Conroy

Citations

  1. [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.14, Dawn Ellis.
  2. [S650] Info from Hazel Ripley & Evelyn Weeks, 18 Sep 2001, at Hazel's home in Hunter River, PEI. Notes taken from notes that she took at the Archives in Charlottetown years ago. Evelyn added dates & names from her memory., gives full name, Dawn Ellis.
  3. [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.14 update, Dawn Ellis.
  4. [S614] Unknown author, letter, various dates. printouts. 3 Jan 2001, cites as her source: Lillian Johnston, daughter of Ruth Weeks.
  5. [S650] Info from Hazel Ripley & Evelyn Weeks, 18 Sep 2001, at Hazel's home in Hunter River, PEI. Notes taken from notes that she took at the Archives in Charlottetown years ago. Evelyn added dates & names from her memory., Dawn Ellis.
More information available on request.

Henry Lucas Weeks1

M, b. 3 August 1876
FatherWilliam Lecumber Weeks1,2 b. 7 Apr 1841, d. 1906
MotherChristiana Paton1,3 b. c 1840
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Birth*3 August 1876 Prince Edward Island, Canada1,4,5 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1881 Lot 3, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1881 Canadian Census||Henry Locues Weeks||Henry, 4 years old, was born on PEI of scotch origins. His religion was recorded as W. Methodist; Cen Plc=PE, Dist 1, Prince, Lot 3 Census Canadian Federal 1881, HOH=William Lecumber Weeks5 
Death* died of a heart attack6 
Burial* Cavalier, North Dakota, USA6 

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S546] Mary R. Phillips, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 21 Apr 1999, S#783, Doc # 498, 2 Oct 1999 (gives as her source a 95 year old aunt with good lomg term memory, who was the child of James John Weeks, printout).
  3. [S546] Mary R. Phillips, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 21 Apr 1999, mother's name given as Anna Paton (gives as her source a 95 year old aunt with good lomg term memory, who was the child of James John Weeks, printout).
  4. [S632] Unknown author, letter, various dates. printouts. 8 Jun 2001, gives a birth date as "Bet. August 03 1875-1876."
  5. [S319] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, viewed at the MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside, mfm C-13162, covers Lots 1-19, 25-28, & Summerside town, District 1, Prince County, Lot 3, p. 12, Lines 13-21, House 48, Family 48, Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Hereinafter cited as 1881 Canadian Census, PEI, C-13162.
  6. [S632] Unknown author, letter, various dates. printouts. 8 Jun 2001.
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Hiram Weeks1

M, b. August 1867
FatherWilliam Lecumber Weeks1 b. 7 Apr 1841, d. 1906
MotherChristiana Paton2 b. c 1840
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Birth*August 1867 Prince Edward Island, Canada3,4,5 
Cen-E-with*an unknown date in 1881 Lot 3, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 1881 Canadian Census||Hiram Weeks||Hiram, 13 years old, was born on PEI of scotch origins. His religion was recorded as W. Methodist and he attended school; Cen Plc=PE, Dist 1, Prince, Lot 3 Census Canadian Federal 1881, HOH=William Lecumber Weeks5 
Death* died of a ruptured appendix4 
Burial* Cavalier, North Dakota, USA4 

Citations

  1. [S546] Mary R. Phillips, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 21 Apr 1999 (gives as her source a 95 year old aunt with good lomg term memory, who was the child of James John Weeks, printout).
  2. [S546] Mary R. Phillips, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 21 Apr 1999, mother's name given as Anna Paton (gives as her source a 95 year old aunt with good lomg term memory, who was the child of James John Weeks, printout).
  3. [S632] Unknown author, letter, various dates. printouts. 8 Jun 2001.
  4. [S632] Unknown author, letter, various dates. printouts. 8 Jun 2001.
  5. [S319] 1881 Canadian Census, Prince Edward Island, viewed at the MacNaught History Centre and Archives in Summerside, mfm C-13162, covers Lots 1-19, 25-28, & Summerside town, District 1, Prince County, Lot 3, p. 12, Lines 13-21, House 48, Family 48, Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Hereinafter cited as 1881 Canadian Census, PEI, C-13162.
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Howard Samuel Weeks1

M, b. 6 July 1873, d. 16 March 1949
FatherHenry Weeks1 b. 18 Feb 1839, d. 26 Mar 1930
MotherSarah Emmeline Howard1 b. 6 Oct 1852, d. 8 Jan 1943
ChartsDescendants of Stephen Weeks
Descendants of John Large
Birth*6 July 1873 1 
Occupation* woodworker & worked in a post office1 
Marriage* Bride=Lilliam L. Callbeck1 
Death*16 March 1949 Fredericton, Lot 67, York County, Prince Edward Island, Canada1 
Burial*1949 Fredericton Community Cemetery, Fredericton, Lot 67, York County, Prince Edward Island, Canada; Interred=CAN, PE, Queens Co., Lot 67, Fredericton Community Cemetery1 

Family

Lilliam L. Callbeck b. 4 Feb 1873, d. 4 Aug 1954

Citations

  1. [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.16, Dawn Ellis.
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