11 September 1829, Fredericton area, NB Canada; bap: 13 September 1829, St Dunstans RCCh, Fredericton, NB Canada:
From the records of St Dunstans RCCh (a missionary church), Fredericton NB Canada:
"Bap. Mary Haggerty no. 69: The Thirteenth of September One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Nine, the undersigned baptized Mary Ann, age two days, lawful daughter of Peter Haggerty and Nancy McGuire, sponsors: James Lofie(sp) and Mary McGuire. s/s Michael McSweeney"
Charles Hunt, 23June1848, Patten ME (b: 1816 Carthage ME; d: >1880, Stacyville ME);
Children: Charles, Joseph, Stephen William, Francis, Lillian & Mary Emma;
Notes: Family Details
Futher Family Notes: John A Cummings
Included in the following US Federal Census for Staceyville Plantation, Penobscot Co ME: 1850: Charles Hunt, age 35, b: ME, farmer Mary Ann Hunt, age 18, b: NB Canada. 1860: Charles Hunt, age 44, farmer, real estate: $360, personal prop: $190. Mary Anne Hunt: age 30, keeping house. 4 kids: Henry 11, Charles 6, Joseph 4 & Steffan 1. 1870: Charles Hunt: age, 56, farmer, as above: $300/$150. Mary A: age 38, keeping house, b: New Brunswick Canada. 6 kids: Charles M 11, Joseph 13, Stephan W 10, Edna 8, Francis E 5 & Mary E 3.
Stacyville ME, 1880
BRIDGET SOPHIA HAGGERTY & JEREMIAH SPENCER: ...^
Frank Haggerty m: Mary _________ | | Peter Haggerty m: Nancy McGuire | |*** Bridget Sophia Haggerty | m: | Jeremiah Spencer | | | |*** Peter Spencer |*** | d: young 9 others | |*** Martha Ellen Spencer | m: Joel Holland | |*** Joseph Prescott Holland | d: young | |*** Carol Maud Holland | |*** Grace Louise Holland | |*** Ethel Flora Holland | (see below) | |*** Fred Louis Holland | |*** Spencer Emery Holland | |*** Olive Ellis Holland m: John Archibald Franklin | ***Carole Ellen Franklin m: Alfred Mortimer Kern (see below) | *** Sheridan Kern Public relations writer (see below) m: Demetrios Imirziades NYC restaurateur ***Oranea Imirziades b: 23 Feb 2003 Geogia Imirziades b: 23 Feb 2003 ***Pamela Kern Quinn News reporter, radio station mgr, prof writer, PR entreprenuer; retired to NC beach, ~2009; d: 2012. m: Darcy Robert Quinn DirCom/CDIC *** Sara b: 1988 *** Patrick b: 1989 *** Stephen Franklin Kern m: Tomoko Nago | |***Flora E Spencer | m: | George Hartshorn | |***Augusta E (Ella) Spencer | m: | George Emery | | | Blanche Emery | |*** Nancy (Anne) Spencer | m: | Louis D Greene | |*** Frank Spencer | m: | Bessie _______ | |*** William Spencer m: Mary _________
From the yearbook of the Emerson College of Oratory, Boston MA, 1909:
ETHELYN HOLLAND Worcester, Mass "Chile."
'I love her for her smile, her look, her way."--
Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
This quiet, demure, unassuming "Chile" is really the most particular girl in our class. Rehearsals must be just so and every one must be just on time with "lines" committed, and then if you will allow "Ethel" to run things, which will be entirely to her satisfaction, she will surprise you by her inventive mind. When the scene is produced you will have some startling (!) stage business. She is going to teach next year and will furnish you with limitless information regarding 'agencies,' for she has investigated all of them. ...|PIX: Ethel|
ALFRED MORTIMER KERNA published novelist & Professor Emeritus of English, Allegheny Col...|Bibliography|
PAMELA KERN QUINN: Meadville Tribune Tue May 22, 2012, 11:53 PM EDT SOUTHPORT, NC.: Pamela Kern Quinn, a native of Meadville, died Monday, May 21, 2012, in Southport, N.C. A graduate of Meadville Area Senior High School in 1971, Mrs. Quinn graduated from Ithaca College and worked in radio journalism in Ithaca, N.Y., Elmira, N.Y., and Rochester, N.Y., before moving to Canada where she continued her radio career. Mrs. Quinn began a new career in 1990 as owner of Ravine Communications Inc., a communicationing firm. She is survived by her husband, Bob, of Southport; her daughter, Sarah, of New York City; son, Patrick, of Southport; and her mother, Carole Kern, also of Southport. *Obit*
Bridget Sophia Haggerty
1831(?) NB Canada
Jeremiah Spencer, 10 September, 1850.
In the "Marriage Returns of Penobscot County" page 115, the following was noted:"
Jeremiah Spencer of Argyle
Parents of Jeremiah Spencer: Phillip Spencer & Jane Bailey, m: 8 November 1815 in Eddington ME; He of Plantation #4 (Stillwater) & She of Sunkhorse (Sunkhaze) Settlement. She d: 7 October 1850 in Argyle ME. They had 9 children recorded, Jeremiah, b: prior to 1839, was the 6th child.
His ancestors were Thomas and Patience Chadburn Spencer from Gloucestershire England, early English settlers who, in 1632, helped found Argyle ME, Berwick ME and the logging industry there.
Jeremiah is noted in the 1880 National Census as living in Township #1, Range #14, Piscataquis Co ME w/others, probably a lumber camp.
25 July 1878, Portland ME; pneumonia; age 44 years; interred (alone) 27 July 1878, Evergreen Cem, Deering ME (via s/s Rich & Son)
In the 1860 National Census for the town of Argyle in Penobscot Co ME, Sophia was noted as 25 years old, her husband Jeremiah as 35 years old, b: NB Canada, a farmer w/husband Jeremiah on a farm with a real estate value of $800, a personal estate of $250 & 4 kids: Martha E, age 9, Mary A age 7, Flora E age 5 & Sophia 1 month old.
Family was noted in the 1870 US Census for Bangor, Penobscot Co, ME; Husband's occupation was listed as a "day laborer", age 45, his listed name was "James", (rather than "Jeremiah"), she was listed as age 35, "keeping house". The census listed the following children, all b: ME:
Matti, age 19 Mary, age 17 Flora E, age 15 , attending school Augusta E., age 11, attending school Nancy, age 9, attending school Frank, age 7, attending school William, age 3
She privately published an autobio-family-history in novel form (roman-a-cleft), in 1875, of her trials & tribulations with her stern parents; with her Catholic vs Protestant religion; with her close relationship to her brother Peter Jr; with her husband who appears disinterested towards his family; and, with pioneer life in northern Maine: "Forty Years In The Wilderness" by S. Spencer, printed in Portland Maine, 1875, copy's available in the US Library of Congress. (Her grand-daughter, Sheri Kern, who also is a writer as well as a NYC restaurateur also comments on the concerns of the modern women, see below.) She was a good Christian in the principled sense; a good business women for she continually supported her family with various sewing & retail dress selling business, in that, her husband was continually away lumbering or simply gone. A great family person for she raised them all-by-her-self. 8 kids:
Peter ... infant death
Martha Ellen ... b: 1851, Argyle ME; m: Joel P Holland, b: 7 December 1853, Castine ME; she had both singing & piano lessons; managed the younger kids while mother worked.
Mary ... b: 1853, Argyle, d: Portland
Flora (Flora E.)... b: 1855, Argyle ME; m: George Hartshorn who had: " had beautiful eyes and a merry laugh", no kids
Ella (? Augusta E.)... b: 1859, Argyle ME; m: George Emery
Annie (? Nancy)... b: 1861, Argyle ME; m: Louis D Greene, b: Brattleboro VT resided 50 years in Brattleboro, VT
Frank ... b: 1863, Argyle ME; m: Bessie ?
William ... b: 1867, Argyle ME; m: Mary ?