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Philip Ryan

The Church of England, All Saints Church.

Arrived in the U.S... June 3, 1912 through Ellis Island, N.Y.
Ship of travel: Stephano
Port of Departure: Saint John's, NF


Elizabeth Moores

Have a certificate of marriage for Philip and Elizabeth in the Church of All Saints, signed by Charles Jeffery has a date of January 2, 1912 but Elizabeth says the marriage was January 2, 1911.
Elizabeth was born a Methodist as alot of the Moores from Pouch Cove were, but later converted to a Baptist.
Came to America in 1913.


Philip Ryan

SSN was 030-07-1926


Philip Ryan

The Church of England, All Saints Church.

Arrived in the U.S... June 3, 1912 through Ellis Island, N.Y.
Ship of travel: Stephano
Port of Departure: Saint John's, NF


Mary Castella

She died of TB only 9 months after marriage to Philip


Henry Ryan

Henry was a fisherman according to McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory.
Website: http://www.huronweb.com/genweb/nfdata/main_045_5.htm#94
The Church of England, All Saints Church.
Henry was one of Seven children


Mary Strugnell

From the research I've done, I believe the Strugnells came from England and not Ireland.
Name has also been spelled Strugells or Strugell.
Mary was one of Ten children
The Church of England, All Saints Church.
Mary went by the name "Polly"


Catherine (Kate) Ryan

Notes from Della Nolte January 29, 1990

Because of Kate's interest in Catholicism, she left home. (My remembrance is Grandfather Ryan asked her to leave and I remember her living in Halifax).
Could have married a Pharmacist.


John F. Moores

Methodist

1921 Pouch Cove census says John was born Oct 1856. I believe this date could be a type-O, (should be born 1858) or census info was mis-transcribed.
According to Blackhead Parish records, John was baptized May 20, 1858. (Nfld Archives - Vital Statistics)

Death record:
NFGenWeb <http://www.nfgenweb.com> Parish Records
Conception Bay North ~ Northern District
Blackhead - Methodist Parish Burial Records (1920 - 1943) Part 4
PANL P8/A/14 Blackhead UC Burials File 5


Joseph Moores

Believe died in early infancy.

Nfld Archives - Vital Statistics
The above data was transcribed by John William (Bill) Walsh and posted to the Internet in June 2000 by Stephen Baker.
Last modified on 06/04/2000 18:35:53
© 2000 Heather Moores, John William (Bill) Walsh & Stephen Baker

VOTERS’ LISTS
Box 7, File 1 Blackhead
Box 14, File 1 Blackhead, 1847
Box 20 File 1 Russels Cove, 1889
Box 7, File 6 Blackhead, 1844
Box 9, File 1 Blackhead, 1832


Richard Moores

Believe died in early infancy.
Nfld Archives - Vital Statistics
The above data was transcribed by John William (Bill) Walsh and posted to the Internet in June 2000 by Stephen Baker.
Last modified on 06/04/2000 18:35:53
© 2000 Heather Moores, John William (Bill) Walsh & Stephen Baker


Frederick Moores

Died in WW I


Albert Moores

Correction on birth date made May 19, 2002.
Was 1898, Now is: 12 Oct 1896
reference: E-mail from Sharon, harrissp@attcanada.ca

For picture go to website:
http://www.stemnet.nf.ca/cvwm/101198nf01.html


In memory of ALBERT MOORES Private who died on September 28, 1917.
Service Number: 2219
Age: 21
Force: Army
Regiment: Royal Newfoundland Regiment
Unit: 1st Bn.
Citation: N/A
Additional Information: Son of John and Selina Moores, of Pouch Cove, St. John's East, Newfoundland.
Honours and Awards: N/A
Commemorated on Page 83 of the Newfoundland Book of Remembrance.

Cemetery: ARTILLERY WOOD CEMETERY Belgium
source=collections/virtualmem/cem&cemetery=9700> Grave Reference: VII. D. 20. Location: Boezinge is located north of the town of Ieper on the N369 road direction Diksmuide.The ARTILLERY WOOD CEMETERY is located in Poezelstraat East of the village. From the station turn left along the Diksmuidseweg then take the 2nd turning right into Brugstraat.Go to the end of Brugstraat,over the bridge and straight on along Molenstraat.Poezelstraat is the 2nd turning on the right after the bridge and the ARTILLERY WOOD CEMETERY is on the right hand side around 200 meters from the junction of Molenstraat. Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. <http://www.cwgc.org>

Reference: http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/Heritage/NGB/Wills/moores-albert.html
Will of Albert Moores
from Newfoundland will books vol 11 page 176 probate year 1918
In re Albert Moores deceased
Nov. 8th. 1916. In the event of my Death I give the whole of my property and effects to my father Mr. John Moores, Pouch Cove, St. John's East, Newfoundland. Signature, Pte. Albert Moores, No. 2219 Rank and Regiment, Pte., 1st Newfoundland. Certified True Copy. F. W. Marshall Lieutenant- asst. Paymaster for Major chief paymaster officer i/c Records

Correct Charles H. Emerson Registrar of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland.
(Listed in the margin next to this will the following) Fiat Aug 20/18 Kent J. adm cta. Sept 2/18 granted to John Moores Estate sworn at $19.69


Henry Ryan

Henry was a fisherman according to McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory.
Website: http://www.huronweb.com/genweb/nfdata/main_045_5.htm#94
The Church of England, All Saints Church.
Henry was one of Seven children


Emily Ann Noseworthy

Died possibly during child birth


John Ryan

John was a Planter according to St. John's Region - Lovell's Directory 1871
website: http://www.huronweb.com/genweb/nfdata/main_045_5.htm
John was one of Seven children


John Strugnell

The hand-written record of John's marriage in 1849 states clearly that his parents were Joseph and Jane.
Source: Anglican Diocese of Eastern NL & Lab. 19 King's Bridge Rd, St. John's, NL.
Taken by Julia Mathieson, Diocesan Archivist. 1-709-576-6697.

Information sent to me by Joan Hotson.

John was a fisherman


Frederick Moores

Carbonear Baptisms - #52 (Moores)
Moores a one name study by Heather Moores and Bill Walsh
Nfld Archives - Vital Statistics

NL Genweb Parish Records
Conception Bay North--Northern District
Blackhead-Methodist Parish Burial Records (1897-1907) part 2


Tryphena Moores

NL Genweb Parish Records
Conception Bay North--Northern District
Blackhead-Methodist Parish Burial Records (1897-1907) part 2


Jane Hillyard Moores

Gen Web Conception Bay North, Northern District, Blackhead Birth Records. Vital Stat.
www.rootsweb.com/~cannf/cbnorth_norbhucbirvital05.htm


Francis Norman Moores

Gen Web Conception Bay North, Northern District, Blackhead Birth Records. Vital Stat.
www.rootsweb.com/~cannf/cbnorth_norbhucbirvital05.htm


Nicholas Zachariah Thistle

Nicholas was a Farmer according to Lovell's 1871 Directory.
Web Page: http://www.huronweb.com/genweb/nfdata/main_045_5.htm
Church Records Cathedral of St. Johns The Baptist Vidal Stats.

Letter from Gary Thistle dated: June 6, 2005
Subject: Re: Selina Thistle / From Gary Thistle
Hi Lannie & Sharon,it is quite possible that Nicholas Thistle maybe the father of Selina b 1859. & Jane Thistle b. abt. 1854. Most families bore children for about 25 years or more.

New Testimony From a descendant: (Sharon)
Gary, my great grandmother Maria Thistle born abt 1856 married my great grandfather Absalom Vater and he died about 1890. She then married Ambrose Butt of Pouch Cove/Biscayan Cove abt 1891. I was speaking with descendants of Ambrose Butt in the early 80's and they told me that Maria had two brothers William and Joseph Thistle of Pouch Cove. I remember asking if she had any sisters and I was told that she did not. Therefore, I am wondering if Selina and Jane could be say Nicholas Thistle's daughters and Maria, William and Joseph Thistle be Thomas Thistle children or vice versa.