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Descendants of William Daw

 

   

Descendants of William Daw

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

        1.  William1 Daw was born 1650 possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

Notes for William Daw: Further research is needed to establish the place of Birth and Death for William Daw.                                                                                                                                                     

  Child of William Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN is:

+      2                 i.               Samuel2 Daw, born 1695 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died 1761 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

                           ii.              John Daw, born 1694 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died 1771 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland. John Daw married Unknown.

Child of John Daw and unknown is:

Samuel Daw b 1730 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland and died 1802 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

Notes for Samuel Daw:

Further research will be needed to locate any further history related to Samuel Daw and his family.

Notes for William Daw and his descendants: 

I previously recorded that William had one son, Samuel Daw. I have since opened another Family Tree which contained further charts and records for my ancestors. These charts and records were provided from my mother's estate in the Fall of 2001 which contained a complete family history for my Daw/Dawe relatives. It  contained 11 Generations for William Daw and his descendants. This included many branches for my Dawe and Morgan families and their descendants.

Notes for Daw/Dawe genealogy:

As a result of locating these family charts, further data for my Dawe and Morgan family line will be entered in the very near future to complete the following genealogy pages.


New Information for William Daw:

The following information that is posted below is Data I received that links William Daw's lineage back to George Daw b 1575:

Questions are raised on whether this George is an ancestor of the Devon Daw's or the Cornwall Daw's. It is not known for certain at this time on which clan he belongs to.

Further research is needed to substantiate those claims and queries that have been raised.

First Generation

1. George Daw b 1575 in Kent, Devonshire Co. England. He died possibly in Kent Devonshire Co, England.

George Daw married unknown.

Notes for George Daw: Colonial Office Records # 199.18, held in London contain Court Records that prove a Daw owned land in Port de Grave, Newfoundland in 1595. E.R. Seary wrote there was a George Daw. Whether this George is an ancestor of the Devon Daw's or ancestor of the Cornwall Daw's is not known for certain.
Further Research is needed to substantiate this claim or suggestion.

Children of George Daw and unknown:

2.  i. Mr. ? possibly John Daw was b about 1600 in Ship Cove, Conception Bay, Newfoundland; and died possibly in 1650 in Ship Cove, Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

Second Generation:

2.  i. Mr. Daw b about 1600

Notes for Mr. Daw: The oldest remaining grave headstone in Canada at Ship Cove on Conception Bay, Newfoundland is John Daw's died 1650.

He married Miss ?. Children of Mr. Daw and Miss?

3.  i. Mr. Daw b about 1625.

Third Generation:

3. Mr. Daw b about 1625 in Devonshire, England; and died about September 27, 1680 in possibly Devonshire, England..

Notes for Mr. Dawe: According to the Devon list the following extract is taken from the Aveton Grifford Parish Registers:
(Devon) Died September 27, 1680
 

Children of Mr. Dawe, William Daw b 1650
 

More Notes for Mr. Daw: Question was raised: Could this be the Father of William Daw or possibly be a Brother?

Mr. Daw married unknown.

Children of Mr. Daw and unknown:

4.  i. William Daw b 1650 in possibly Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; he died possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

Fourth Generation:

4.  William Daw b 1650 possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

Notes for William Daw: Further research is needed to establish the place of Birth as being Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

 More Notes for William Daw: Further research is needed to establish the Date and Place of William's death.

William Daw married unknown.

Children of William Daw and unknown:

5. i. John Daw b 1695.

6. ii. Samuel Daw b 1696.

 

This concludes the new information that is to be added to William Daw's Family Line.

Further research is needed to substantiate the Dates, Places and other Pertinent Facts that have been provided here.

For further information or any other queries you may have that concerns this new information, please contact Judith Scott @ jonahmicah@shaw.ca

 

 


Generation No. 2

 

        2.  Samuel2 Daw (William1) was born 1695 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died 1761 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Ann Unknown, in 1720 daughter of Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born 1705 in possibly Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died 1781 in possibly Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

       

Children of Samuel Daw and Ann Unknown are:

+      3                 i.               John3 Daw, born 1723 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died 1798 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

+      4                ii.               Samuel Daw, born 1726 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died 1802 in Cupids, Newfoundland

Notes for Samuel Daw: Another source from original Family Tree Records from Margaret Irene Dawe's Estate records state Samuel died in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland in 1802. Further research will be needed to establish place of Death for Samuel Daw.

+      5               iii.               Nicholas Daw, born 1731 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

        6               iv.               Abraham Daw, born 1740 in Ship Cove, Newfoundland; died possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

+      7                v.               George Daw, born 1752 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave Newfoundland; died December 29, 1829 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

        3.  John3 Daw (Samuel2, William1) was born 1723 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died 1798 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

       

Children of John Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN are:

+      8                 i.               John4 Daw, born about 1752 in possibly Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

        9                ii.               Samuel Daw, born 1756 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave,  Newfoundland; died 1825 possibly in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.  He married Sarah Unknown; born in possibly Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

        10             iii.               Charles Daw, born 1760 possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died 1790 possibly in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

 

        4.  Samuel3 Daw (Samuel2, William1) was born 1726 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died 1802 in Cupids, ,Newfoundland.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

       

Children of Samuel Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN are:

+      11               i.               John4 Daw, born 1756 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died 1852 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

        12              ii.               Samuel Daw, born 1758 in Newfoundland; died 1830 in Newfoundland.

+      13             iii.               Charles Daw, born 1763 in Newfoundland; died 1820 in Newfoundland.

 

        5.  Nicholas3 Daw (Samuel2, William1) was born 1731 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died in Ship Cove, Port de Grave Newfoundland.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN, daughter of Unknown UNKNOWN.

       

Children of Nicholas Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN are:

        14               i.               Abraham4 Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

        15              ii.               Charles Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

        16             iii.               Samuel Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

        17             iv.               William Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

 

        7.  George3 Daw (Samuel2, William1) was born 1752 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died December 29, 1829 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Frances Unknown, daughter of Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born June 30, 1759 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland, and died March 13, 1829 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

       

Children of George Daw and Frances Unknown are:

        18               i.               Ann4 Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

        19              ii.               Francis Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

        20             iii.               Grace Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

        21             iv.               Patience Daw, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

+      22              v.               Isaac Daw, born 1800 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1874 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

        8.  John4 Daw (John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1752 in Port de Grave, NF, and died in NF.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in NF.

       

Child of John Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN is:

+      23               i.               John5 Daw, born 1780 in Port de Grave, NF.

 

        11.  John4 Daw (Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1756 in Port de Grave, Nf, and died 1852 in Ship Cove, NF.  He married Mary Ann Butler October 17, 1783 in Ship Cove, NF, daughter of Unknown Butler.  She was born 1766 in Port de Grave, NF, and died 1836 in Ship Cove, NF.

 

More About John Daw and Mary Butler:

Marriage: October 17, 1783, Ship Cove, NF

       

Children of John Daw and Mary Butler are:

        24               i.               Ann5 Daw, born June 13, 1784 in Harbor Grace, NF.

+      25              ii.               John Daw, born July 04, 1785 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1832 in Seldom Come By, NF.

+      26             iii.               Samuel Daw, born March 09, 1786 in Cofe Harbor, NF; died 1862 in Ship Cove, NF.

        27             iv.               Nicholas Daw, born 1792 in NF; died 1866 in NF.

 

        13.  Charles4 Daw (Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1763 in NF, and died 1820 in NF.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN, daughter of Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in NF, and died 1820.

 

Notes for Charles Daw:

Note: According to Family tree records given to me from my mother's estate in 2001 it states that Charles and his wife and children all died as a result of Small Pox in the year of 1820.The place of death was not given.

 

Notes for Unknown UNKNOWN:

Note: According to Family tree records given to me from my mother's estate Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] in 2001 it states that Unknown married to Charles died with all members of her family as a result of Small Pox in the year of 1820

       

Children of Charles Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN are:

        28               i.               Charles5 Daw, born 1793 in NF; died 1820 in NF.

 

Notes for Charles Daw:

Note: According to Family Tree Records given to me from my mother's estate, Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] in 2001 it is reported that Charles Daw died from Small Pox. It is further stated that all members of his family all died in 1820 from the same disease.

 

        29              ii.               Patience Daw, born 1800 in NF; died 1820 in NF.

Notes: For Patience Daw 

 

Note: According to Family tree records from my mother's estate Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] in 2001 it states that Patience

 died with all members of her family in the year of 1820. The place of Patience and her families death was not given.

 

        22.  Issac4 Daw (George3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1800 in Newfoundland, and died August 25, 1874 in Upper Gullies, Newfoundland; buried in St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Upper Gullies, Newfoundland. He married Emma Unknown.  She was born 1801 in Newfoundland, and died January 21, 1873 in Upper Gullies, Newfoundland;  buried in St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Upper Gullies, Newfoundland.

Notes for Isaac Daw: New information states Isaac was buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Upper Gullies, Newfoundland.

More Notes: New information states  Isaac was 74 years 7 months of age at the time of his death.

Notes for Emma Unknown: New information states Emma was buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Upper Gullies, Newfoundland.

More Notes: New information states Emma was 72 years 3 months of age at the time of her death.

Source of Updated Information:

Was  provided by Robert Scott  for Isaac Daw & Emma Unknown.

More Notes for Isaac Daw and Emma: Further information will be coming in due time. Watch for further postings.

       

Children of Isaac Daw and Emma Unknown are:

        30               i.               John5 Daw, born 1826 in NF

        31              ii.               Samuel Daw, born 1834 in NF

        32             iii.               Ann Daw, born 1837 in Upper Guilles, NF; died March 03, 1891 possibly in Upper Guilles, Newfoundland.  She married Joseph Scott 1865 in ? NF; born about 1843 in Upper Guilles, NF; died March 6, 1913 in Upper Guilles, NF. Joseph was the son of William Scott b 1793, christened November 3, 1793 in  Poole, Dorset County, England and Providence Roberts the daughter of William Roberts and Elizabeth Bartlett.

Notes for Ann Daw:

Robert Willis Eaton Jr. has provided the information for Joseph Scott and Ann Daw. He states that Ann Daw is his great-grandmother.

More Notes about William Scott and Providence Roberts. They married November 19, 1827 at the United Church, Brigus, Newfoundland.

Notes for Joseph Scott: He married three times. 1. Ann Daw 2. Elizabeth unknown b 1846, died September 27, 1903 Upper Guilles, Newfoundland, buried St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Upper Guilles, Newfoundland. 3. after 1903 he married Amelia unknown b 1843 died March 9, 1917. She was buried St. Peter's Anglican Cemetery, Upper Guilles, Newfoundland.

More Notes for Joseph Scott:

Additional information for the 2nd and 3rd  Marriages for Joseph Scott was provided by Robert Scott.

Robert states that Joseph Scott was the son of his great-great grandfather, William Scott b in 1793 and was christened November 3, 1793 in Poole, Dorset County,  England.

Notes for Joseph Scott:

Burial was at St. Peter's Anglican Church Cemetery in Upper Guilles, Newfoundland.

 

More About Joseph Scott and Ann Daw:

Marriage: 1865, Newfoundland

Children for Ann Daw and Joseph Scott:

i. William J Scott b March 18, 1866 in Upper Gullies, NF, died April 27, 1933 in Boston, Massachusetts. He married Margaret Mackay in 1901.

Notes for William J Scott: He was buried in the Evergreen Cemetery in Boston, Massachusetts.

Children of William J Scott and Margaret Mackay:

i. Erwin Scott b 1902, died before 1982.

ii. Adolph Scott b 1903, died December 25, 1982

iii. Roger Scott b 1904

iv. Andrew Scott b 1907, died before 1983

v. Isabelle Scott b 1909

vi. Eleanor Scott b 1911 

Sources for Dates of Birth for the children born to William Scott and Margaret Mackay was provided by Robert Scott.

Children continued for Ann Daw and Joseph Scott:

ii. Rebecca Scott b May 29, 1871 in Upper Gullies, NF and died January 10, 1925 in Topsail, NF. She married William Picco May 29,1892 in Topsail, NF. He was the son of Thomas Picco. William was b 1868 in Portugal Cove, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, died August 6, 1936. He was buried in All Saints Anglican Cemetery, Foxtrap.

Notes for William Picco:

All new information related to Dates and Places of  Birth, Death and Burial were provided by Robert Scott

Robert Scott provided the name of William Picco's father as being Thomas Picco

More Notes for Rebecca Scott:

New information  states she was born in Upper Gullies, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, died in Topsail, Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

Burial for Rebecca Scott: She was buried in All Saints Anglican Cemetery, # 2 Foxtrap.

The burial records for Rebecca Scott state the Date of Death as January 10, 1926, aged 55.

Sources for Dates and Places of  Birth, Death and Burial was provided by Robert Scott.

Children of Rebecca Scott and William Picco::

i. George Alfred Picco b November, 1895 in Foxtrap, Conception Bay, Newfoundland

ii. Ethel May Picco b June 19, 1897 Foxtrap, Conception Bay, Newfoundland

iii. Anne Frances Picco b March 13, 1895

iv. Alice Picco b March 4, 1903

v. Caroline Picco b February 15, 1907

vi. Alfreda Picco b November 4, 1910

vii. Gertrude Picco b October 29, 1900 Foxtrap, Conception Bay, Newfoundland

viii. William Chesley Picco b July 16, 1914 Foxtrap, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, christening July 17, 1914 All Saints Anglican Church, Foxtrap, died August 20, 1920. He was buried at Foxtrap, Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

Sources for Dates and Places of Birth, Death and Burial for the Picco children was provided by Robert Scott

Children of Ann Daw and Joseph Scott continued:

iii. Isaac Scott b 1873 and died January 7, 1892.

iv. Jane Delilah Scott b February 13, 1876 in Upper Gullies, NF, died February 1878 in Upper Gullies, NF.

Notes for Jane Delilah Scott: She was buried February 10, 1878 in St. Peters Anglican Cemetery in Upper Gullies, NF.

v. Joseph Scott b March 30, 1878 in Upper Gullies, NF, died May 19, 1954 in Upper Gullies, NF. He married  Sara Ann Morgan November 25, 1903 in Topsail, Newfoundland.

Children of Joseph Scott and Sara Ann Morgan:

i. Albert Scott

ii. Virtue Scott

iii. Gordon Scott

iv. Annie Scott

v. Mary Patience Scott

vi. William Joseph Scott

vii. Allan Scott

viii. Gertrude Scott

ix. Cyril Joseph Scott

x. Mabel Scott

Notes for Joseph Scott:

He was buried in St. Peters Anglican Cemetery, Upper Gullies, NF.

More Notes for Joseph Scott and Sara Ann Morgan:

Robert Willis Eaton Jr. has provided the additional information for Joseph Scott and Sara Ann Morgan and their 10 children

Children for Ann Daw and Joseph Scott continued:

vi. Emily Ann Scott b June 9, 1880 in Upper Gullies, NF; died February 26, 1963. She married 1. Isaac Butler the son of William Butler and Jane Dawe and  2. William John Morgan b December 2, 1877. He died October 11, 1963 in Seal Cove, Newfoundland.

Children of Emily Ann Scott and Isaac Butler:

i. Dorcas Butler b 1901. Dorcas married Bertram Eaton.

Notes for Dorcas Butler:

Children for Dorcas Butler and Bertram Eaton:

i. Robert Willis Eaton b May 10, 1929. He married Carol Whitney.

Notes for Robert Willis Eaton:

Children of Robert Willis Eaton and Carol Whitney:

i. Robert Willis Eaton Jr. b January 21, 1961. Robert married Touria El-Jaoual. She was b September 1, 1961.

Source of Information was provided by Robert Willis Eaton Jr.

If needed I can provide further information for the Butler Dawe Scott Genealogy. Contact me @ jonahmicah@shaw.ca  

Children continued for Emily Ann Scott and Isaac Butler:.

ii. Walter Joseph Butler

Children of Emily Ann Scott and William John Morgan:

i. Victor Morgan b September 25, 1909 in Seal Cove, Newfoundland

ii. Gordan Morgan. He married Mary Somerton.

Notes for Emily Ann Scott: She was buried in St. Peters Anglican Cemetery, Upper Gullies, NF.

More Notes for Emily Ann Scott:

Robert Willis Eaton Jr. has provided the additional information for Emily Ann Scott. The names of her both husbands and the names of her children with both of her husbands.

Children continued for Ann Daw and Joseph Scott:

vii. Dorcas Scott b May 24, 1882 in Upper Gullies, NF.

viii. Virtue Scott b in Upper Gullies, NF

ix.  Elizabeth Scott b February 16, 1885 in Upper Gullies, NF

x.   Gertrude Scott b August 14, 1888 in Upper Gullies, NF; died May 27, 1979 in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Notes for Gertrude Scott: She was buried May 30, 1979 in Woodlawn Cemetery in Ayer, Massachusetts.

Contact me, Judith Scott at: jonahmicah@telus.net  if there are any questions or concerns for the above mentioned data that has been posted for Joseph Scott and his descendants.

I would like to say a very much appreciated thank you to both Robert Scott and Robert Willis Eaton Jr. who have both contributed to the data provided for Joseph Scott and his descendants.

There is ongoing research taking place for Joseph Scott and his descendants. Watch for new postings coming soon.

Children continued for Isaac Daw and Emma:

        33             iv.               Emma Daw, born 1839 in NF

        34              v.               Isaac Daw, born 1842 in NF

        35             vi.               George Daw, born 1844 in NF

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

        23.  John5 Daw (John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1780 in Port de Grave, NF.  He married Unknown UNKNOWN December 08, 1829 in Port de Grave, NF.  She was born in NF

 

More About John Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN:

Marriage: December 08, 1829, Port de Grave, NF

       

Children of John Daw and Unknown UNKNOWN are:

        36               i.               James6 Dawe, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF; died in Port de Grave, NF.  He married Amy Dawe December 08, 1829 in Port de Grave, NF; died in Port de Grave, NF.

 

Notes for James Dawe:

Note: Source of Information was provided by Several Family tree charts taken fro m both Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] and Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] and given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] in the summer of 2002 and in the Fall of 2001.

 

Note: No Dates were provided by either of the sources that were given to me from my first cousin Lori Patterson and by Margaret Raynor my mother's estate.

 

More About James Dawe and Amy Dawe:

Marriage: December 08, 1829, Port de Grave, NF

 

        37              ii.               Rebecca Dawe, born in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF; died in Ship Cove, NF.  She married Eliza Roberts January 12, 1831 in Port de Grave, NF; born in Brigus, NF.

 

More About Eliza Roberts and Rebecca Dawe:

Marriage: January 12, 1831, Port de Grave, NF

 

+      38             iii.               Mary Ann Dawe, born 1788 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1836 in Seldom Come By, NF.

+      39             iv.               Samuel Dawe, born 1800 in Port de Grave, NF; died in Cupids, NF.

+      40              v.               John Dawe, born 1815 in Port de Grave, NF; died 1885 in Port de Grave, NF.

+      41             vi.               William Dawe, born 1815 in Ship Cove, NF; died in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF.

+      42            vii.               George Dawe, born 1821 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1899 in Ship Cove, NF.

 

        25.  John5 Daw (John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born July 04, 1785 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1832 in Seldom Come By, NF.  He married Mary Ann Daw 1810 in NF, daughter of Unknown Daw.  She was born 1788 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1836 in Seldom Come By, NF.

 

More About John Daw and Mary Daw:

Marriage: 1810, NF

       

Children of John Daw and Mary Daw are:

        43               i.               Sarah Grace6 Daw, born 1811 in NF; died 1881 in Seldom Come By, NF.

        44              ii.               Nicholas Daw, born 1814 in Ship Cove, NF; died in Ship Cove, NF.

        45             iii.               Nathaniel Daw, born 1823 in Ship Cove, NF; died in Off Labrador??.

        46             iv.               John Daw, born 1825 in NF; died 1853 in Indian Islands, NF.

 

        47              v.               Samuel Daw, (Norand Sam) born November 19, 1828 in Ship Cove, NF; died July 17, 1898 in New Westminster, BC; Canada. He married Mary Ann Daw sometime around 1857 in Port de Grave, NF.

Notes for Samuel (Norand Sam) Dawe:

Occupation: Shipwright/Sealing Skipper

More Notes for Samuel (Norand Sam) Dawe:

Marriage to Mary Ann Daw was in 1857 ? in Port de Grave, NF

Children of Samuel (Norand Sam) Dawe and Mary Ann Daw:

 

i. Sarah Ann b 1859 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1910 in Vancouver, BC

 

ii. Samuel Dawe b May 15, 1860 in Bay Roberts, NF; died March 31, 1936 in New Westminster, BC. He married Emma Patience Daw February 15, 1890 in Bay Roberts, NF. She was b February 25, 1865 in Bay Roberts, NF; died December 26, 1956 in New Westminster, BC, buried December 29, 1956 in New Westminster, BC

Notes for Samuel Dawe:

Marriage took place February 15, 1890.

 

Children of Samuel Dawe and Emma Patience Daw:

i. Selina Fanny b October 24, 1892 in New Westminster, BC; died March 17, 1953 in Vancouver, BC

ii. Arthur Wilfred b May 25, 1894 in New Westminster, BC; died August 26, 1958 in Royston, BC. He married Mary Catherine Gamon January 14, 1924 in New Westminster, BC. She was b 1900 and died in 1991.

iii. Ernest Llewellyn b August 9, 1895 in New Westminster, BC; died May 27, 1979 in Savannah, GA. He married Gladys Genieve Cole February 28, 1926. She was b 1897 and died in 1976.

iv. Charles Samuel b June 23, 1898 in New Westminster, BC; died November 24, 1978 in Vancouver, BC. He married Victoria Elizabeth Wilson July 12, 1923 in Vancouver, BC. She was b 1904 and died in 1946. Charles married Rita Jones in 1944 in Vancouver, BC.

Notes for Charles Samuel Dawe:

He married twice: 1. Victoria Elizabeth Wilson and 2. Rita Jones.

v. Annie Waylan Dawe b February 12, 1900 in New Westminster, BC and died in infancy March 13, 1900 in Nelson, BC

vi. Evelyn Emma Mary Dawe b May 13, 1902 in New Westminster, BC; died May 1, 1950 in Nelson, BC. She married Duncan Lucan Ure June 1, 1927 in Nelson, BC. He was b 1904.

 

 

iii.. Lilly Dawe b 1862 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1953 in New Westminster, BC. She married Robert Hampton in Bay Roberts, NF. He was b 1856 and died in 1941.

iv. Mary Grace Dawe b 1863 in Bay Roberts, NF; died ? in New Westminster, BC. She married Tom Hood (Wood)? in Bay Roberts, NF

v. Albert James Dawe b July 31, 1867 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1938 in New Westminster, BC. He married Clara Millicent Daw 1891 in Bay Roberts, NF.

vi. Catherine Dawe b 1878 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1954 in Vancouver, BC She married Noah Mosdell 1893 in Harbour Grace, NF. He was b 1867 and died in 1954.

 

      

        48.       vi              Solomon Daw, born 1832 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1899 in Seldom Come By, NF.

 

        26.  Samuel5 Daw (John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born March 09, 1786 in Cofe Harbor, NF, and died 1862 in Ship Cove, NF.  He married Patience Kennedy December 07, 1808 in NF, daughter of Robert Kennedy and Sarah Ann Unknown.  She was born 1788 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF, and died 1855 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF.

 

More About Samuel Daw and Patience Kennedy:

Marriage: December 07, 1808, NF

       

Children of Samuel Daw and Patience Kennedy are:

        49               i.               Ann6 Daw, born 1809 in NF; died 1850 in NF.  She married John Efford December 06, 1831 in NF; born in NF; died in NF.

 

More About John Efford and Ann Daw:

Marriage: December 06, 1831, NF

 

+      50              ii.               Captain John Daw, born 1811 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1863 in Ship Cove, NF.

        51             iii.               Charles Daw, born 1813 in NF; died 1843 in NF. Charles married Susannah Bartlett.

Notes for Charles Daw:

Family Tree Notes state that Susannah died in England.

        52             iv.               Henry Daw, born 1815 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF; died 1854 in NF.

+      53              v.               Captain Robert Daw, born 1818 in Ship Cove, NF; died April 28, 1872 in Straits of Belle Isle.

        54             vi.               Susanna Daw, born 1820 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF; died in NF. Susanna married William Stevens.

        55            vii.               Mary Daw, born 1825 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF. Mary married William Taylor. He was b 1820.

+      56           viii.               Samuel Daw, born 1826 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF; died 1872 in Bay Roberts, NF.

        57              ix.               Sarah Daw, born 1832 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF; died 1837 in NF.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

        38.  Mary Ann6 Dawe (John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1788 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1836 in Seldom Come By, NF.  She married John Dawe 1810 in Ship Cove, NF, son of John Dawe and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born 1785 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1832 in Seldom Come By, NF.

 

Notes for Mary Ann Dawe:

Note: According to Family tree charts from Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] my first cousin she states that it is suggested that Mary Ann Dawe is related as second cousin to her husband John Dawe b July 4, 1785 in Ship Cove, NF.

 

More About John Dawe and Mary Dawe:

Marriage: 1810, Ship Cove, NF

       

Children of Mary Dawe and John Dawe are:

        58               i.               Sarah Grace7 Dawe, born 1811 in Ships Cove, NF; died 1881 in Seldom Come By, NF.  She married (1) Robert Turner; born in Cupids, NF; died in Cupids, NF.  She married (2) Joseph Anthony October 04, 1855 in Cupids, NF; born 1808 in Cupids, NF; died 1876 in Cupids, NF.

 

More About Joseph Anthony and Sarah Dawe:

Marriage: October 04, 1855, Cupids, NF

 

        59              ii.               Nicholas Dawe, born 1814 in Ship Cove, NF; died in Ship Cove, NF.

        60             iii.               Nathaniel Dawe, born 1823 in Ship Cove, NF; died in Labrador.

        61             iv.               John Dawe, born 1825 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1853 in Indian Islands, NF.

        62              v.               Samuel Dawe, born 1828 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1898 in New Westminster, BC.

        63             vi.               Solomon Daw, born 1832 in Ship Cove, NF; died 1899 in Seldom Come By, NF.  He married Julia Brown October 29, 1856 in NF; born 1832 in Joe Batts Arm, Newfoundland; died 1907 in Fogo Islands, Newfoundland.

 

More About Solomon Daw and Julia Brown:

Marriage: October 29, 1856, NF

 

        39.  Samuel6 Dawe (John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1800 in Port de Grave, NF, and died in Cupids, NF.  He married Maria Andrews December 08, 1830 in Port de Grave, NF, daughter of Unknown Andrews.  She was born in NF, and died in NF.

 

More About Samuel Dawe and Maria Andrews:

Marriage: December 08, 1830, Port de Grave, NF

       

Children of Samuel Dawe and Maria Andrews are:

        64               i.               John7 Dawe, born in Port de Grave, NF.

        65              ii.               Samuel Dawe, born in Port de Grave, NF;.

+      66             iii.               Robert Hartland Dawe, born 1833 in Port de Grave, NF. He married Naomi Goushou, December 7, 1858, Brigus United Methodist Church, Brigus, Newfoundland.

        67             iv.               Mary Dawe, born 1836 in Port de Grave, NF.  She married William Lane; born 1844 in Ship Cove, NF

        68              v.               Amy Dawe, born February 10, 1851 in Port de Grave, NF.

+      69             vi.               Henry Dawe, born September 06, 1853 in Port de Grave, NF.

        70            vii.               George Dawe, born September 02, 1855 in Port de Grave, NF.

 

        40.  John6 Dawe (John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1815 in Port de Grave, NF, and died 1885 in Port de Grave, NF.  He married Charlotte Fagan of  Peachytown Foxtrap November 24, 1836 in Port de Grave, NF, daughter of Unknown Fagan and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born 1805 in  Foxtrap, NF, and died 1890 in NF.

 

Notes for Charlotte Fagan of  Peachytown Foxtrap, Newfoundland:

Charlotte Fagan {of  Foxtrap} is my great-great-great grandmother who is the mother of my great-great grandmother Elizabeth Dawe {of  John}.

 

Source of Information: Provided by my mother Margaret Irene Raynor {Mays-Dawe} from Family Tree Records given to Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor} her daughter in 2001.

 

Source of Marriage Date for Charlotte Fagan to John Dawe of Port de Grave was provided by Lori Ann Ryan from Toronto, Ontario.

 

More About John Dawe and Charlotte Fagan of PeachyTown, Foxtrap:

Marriage: November 24, 1836, Port de Grave, NF

       

Children of John Dawe and Charlotte Fagan of  Peachytown Foxtrap are:

+      71               i.               George7 Dawe, born in Port de Grave, NF; died in NF.

        72              ii.               Ann Dawe, born 1838 in Port de Grave, NF; died in Burnt Head, NF.  She married George Bishop 1858; born in Port de Grave, NF.

 

More About George Bishop and Ann Dawe:

Marriage: 1858

 

+      73             iii.               Elizabeth Dawe Of John, born October 28, 1839 in  Cupids, NF

+      74             iv.               Susannah Dawe, born 1840 in Cupids, NF; died September 29, 1911 in Labrador, NF.

+      75              v.               Lavinia Dawe, born 1847 in Port de Grave.

        76             vi.               Amy Dawe, born 1849 in Port de Grave, NF.

        77            vii.               Sarah Dawe, born 1851 in Port de Grave, NF

+      78           viii.               Caroline Dawe, born 1852 in Port de Grave, NF; died 1921 in Cupids, NF.

        79              ix.               Mary Jane Dawe, born 1854 in Port de Grave, NF

        80               x.               Emily Dawe, born 1856 in Port de Grave, NF

        81              xi.               Selina Dawe, born 1857 in Port de Grave, NF.  She married Benjamin Bishop; born in Ship Cove, NF.

 

Notes for Selina Dawe:

Note: Salina Dawe and Benjamin Bishop had the following children:

i. Christopher Bishop

ii. Azariah Bishop

iii. Druscilla Bishop

iv. Elfreda Bishop

v. Benjamin n Bishop

vi. Cyril Bishop

vii. William Bishop

 

        41.  William6 Dawe (John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1815 in Ship Cove, NF, and died in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF.  He married Jane Delaney, daughter of Unknown Delaney.  She was born in NF, and died in NF.

       

Children of William Dawe and Jane Delaney are:

        82               i.               Mary7 Daw, born 1840.

        83              ii.               William Daw, born 1842.

        84             iii.               Elizabeth Jane Daw, born 1845.

 

        42.  George6 Dawe (John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1821 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1899 in Ship Cove, NF.  He married Emma [Amy] Tucker, daughter of Unknown Tucker.  She was born 1825 in NF.

       

Children of George Dawe and Emma Tucker are:

        85               i.               Mary Patience7 Daw

        86              ii.               John Daw, born 1846.

        87             iii.               George Daw, born 1849

+      88             iv.               Charles Daw, born 1856 & died 1931

 

        50.  Captain John6 Daw (Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1811 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1863 in Ship Cove, NF.  He married Mary Ann Bartlett November 16, 1837 in Port de Grave, NF, daughter of Unknown Bartlett.  She was born 1815 in Port de Grave, NF.

 

Notes for Captain John Daw:

Note: According to Family tree records from my mother's estate Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] given to me in 2001 it has attached the title Captain John to his name.

 

More About Captain Daw and Mary Bartlett:

Marriage: November 16, 1837, Port de Grave, NF

       

Children of Captain Daw and Mary Bartlett are:

        89               i.               Sarah7 Daw

        90              ii.               Mary Ann Daw, born 1837

        91             iii.               Henry Daw, born 1838.  He married Ann Marie Smith 1862 in NF.

 

More About Henry Daw and Ann Smith:

Marriage: 1862, NF

 

        92             iv.               Susannah Daw, born 1841.

        93              v.               Thomas Daw, born 1841; died 1917.  He married Susannah Antle.

        94             vi.               Patience Daw, born 1847 & died 1868.  She married William B. Andrews December 03, 1867.

 

More About William Andrews and Patience Daw:

Marriage: December 03, 1867

 

        95            vii.               Samuel Daw, born February 04, 1848 in Port de Grave, NF; died June 13, 1913 in NF.  He married (1) Jessie Wells.  He married (2) Emily Daw January 01, 1871.

 

More About Samuel Daw and Emily Daw:

Marriage: January 01, 1871, NF

 

        53.  Captain Robert6 Daw (Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1818 in Ship Cove, NF, and died April 28, 1872 in Straits of Belle Isle.  He married Amy Batten French December 10, 1840 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF, daughter of Unknown French.  She was born 1815 in Bay Roberts, NF, and died 1894 in NF. See Up-dated Notes below:

 

More About Captain Daw and Amy French:

Marriage: December 10, 1840, Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF

More Notes for Captain Robert Dawe and Amy Batten French: John Dawe of BC, Canada has provided information for their marriage with stating that they were married December 10, 1840 in Bareneed, Newfoundland. John Dawe also has Amy Batten's name recorded as Emma Batten as being married to Captain Robert Daw.

Further research is needed to substantiate this new data for Amy Batten French.

       

Children of Captain Daw and Amy French are:

        96               i.               Selina7 Daw, born in Bay Roberts, NF.  She married William Slater

        97              ii.               Azariah Daw, born 1842 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland;  died 1919 possibly in Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Annie Whalen January 24, 1882. She was  born in Brigus, Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

 

More About Azariah Daw and Annie Whalen:

Marriage: January 24, 1882, NF

 

        98             iii.               Robert Daw, born 1843; died April 28, 1872 in Straits of Belle Isle, NF.

        99             iv.               Annie Daw, born 1844.  She married Azariah Smith; born in Cupids, NF

        100            v.               Captain Charles Daw, born 1845 in Ship Cove, Port de Grave, Newfoundland; died March 29, 1908 possibly in Port de Grave, Newfoundland. He married Emma Bartlett the daughter of Isaac Bartlett. Emma was b 1845 in Cupids, Conception Bay, Newfoundland; died in 1921, possibly in Cupids, Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

Children of Captain Charles Daw and Emma Bartlett:

                         i. Louise Daw b possibly in Cupids, Conception Bay, Newfoundland.

                        ii. Emma Daw b April 4, 1875 in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland

                       iii. Robert Daw b possibly in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland

                       iv. Lavinia (Louise) Daw b about 1877 in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland

Notes for Captain Charles Daw: According to Maureen Thoms she states that Captain Charles Daw was noted as one of the most successful and respectable of Newfoundland's Mariners. He Captained both Sailing Ships and Steamships to the Labrador Cod Fisher and the Annual Seal Hunt for over a quarter of a century.

Among the Ships he Commanded were the following: 1.The Huntsman-Sailing Vessel; 2. The Rolling Wave-Sailing Vessel; 3. The Greenland-Steamship Vessel; 4. Aurora-Steamship Vessel; 5. Iceland-Steamship Vessel; 6. Thetis-Steamship Vessel; 7. Bear-Steamship Vessel; 8. Vanguard-Steamship Vessel; 9. Terra Nova-Steamship Vessel.

More Notes for Captain Charles Daw: During 22 years at the Front, 1874-1898 Dawe's Crews killed a total of 318,290 seals for an average of 14,467 a year. Charles Daw was also involved in the exporting of fish and along with his brother, Azariah ran the large supplying outlet C and A Dawe of Bay Roberts. In 1867 he and his brother, Azariah established the Mercantile Firm of C and A Dawe which evolved from the Fishing, Sealing, Shipping and shipbuilding expertise established by their father, Robert and Uncle Samuel at Bay Roberts about 1860. This Firm was very successful exporting Fish and Building Ships.

More Notes for Captain Charles Daw: Charles entered Politics in 1878 and sat as a Conservative Member for the District of Harbor Grace and occupied the seat until 1889. He returned to Office in 1893 for his Home Riding of Port de Grave. In 1894 he was appointed Executive Council Member of the Goodridge Executive. 3 years later in 1897 he became a Member of the Winter Executive. He was defeated in the 1900 election. He was elected again to the House in 1900 becoming Leader of the Opposition after the resignation of AB Morine. Charles resigned a short time thereafter. CA Dawe was dissolved soon after Captain Charles died.

 

 

        56.  Samuel6 Daw (Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1826 in Ship Cove, NF, and died 1872 in Bay Roberts, NF.  He married Frances Daw 1848 in Bay Roberts, NF, daughter of Unknown Daw.  She was born 1826 in Ship Cove, NF, and died September 01, 1894 in Bay Roberts, NF.

 

Notes for Samuel Daw:

Note: This Samuel Dawe is not to be confused with Samuel Dawe b 1815 married to Fanny Unknown.

Source of Information: Provided by Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays -Dawe] from Family tree records given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from my mother's estate in 2001.

Note: Source of Dates for Samuel Daw was provided by Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] in the summer of 2002. Lori Patterson is my first cousin from Huntsville, Ontario.

Note: Source of all Data for the Children Born to Samuel Dawe and Frances was provided by Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] my first cousin taken from Family tree charts and given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] in the summer of 2002.

 

Notes for Frances Daw:

Note: According to Family Tree records from my first cousin Lori Ann Patterson given to me in the spring of 2002 she provided this line for Samuel Daw and Frances Daw. This Frances Daw b 1826 is not to be confused with Fanny Dawe b 1815 married to Samuel Dawe b 1815 from Ships Cove, NF.

 

More About Samuel Daw and Frances Daw:

Marriage: 1848, Bay Roberts, NF

       

Children of Samuel Daw and Frances Daw are:

        101             i.               Emma7 Dawe

        102            ii.               William Dawe

 

Notes for William Dawe:

Note: According to Family tree records provided by Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] my first cousin from Huntsville, Ontario she states that this William died as an infant. The age of William was not given.

 

        103           iii.               Captain John Charles Dawe, born 1849 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1888 in NF.  He married Sarah Parsons 1870 in NF; born 1847 and died in 1926.

 

Notes for Captain John Charles Dawe:

Note: Source of Information for Captain John Charles Dawe was provided by Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] my first cousin given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from Family tree charts in the summer of 2002.

 

More About Captain Dawe and Sarah Parsons:

Marriage: 1870, NF

 

        104           iv.               Captain Henry George Dawe, born 1850 in Bay Roberts, NF; died December 22, 1921 in Bay Roberts, NF.

        105            v.               Sarah Ann Dawe, born 1852.  She married Tom Wilcox.

+      106           vi.               Robert Rodrick Dawe, born 1854 in Bay Roberts; died January 16, 1916 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

        107          vii.               Selina Fanny Daw, born 1856 in NF; died 1875 in NF.

+      108         viii.               Canon Samuel Dawe, born 1857 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1931 in Ottawa, Ontario.

        109            ix.               Captain Albert William Dawe, born February 13, 1862 in Bay Roberts, NF; died May 17, 1945 in Vancouver BC Canada.  He married Ellen Parsons June 08, 1883 in NF; born March 30, 1863 in NF; died April 21, 1934 in NF.

 

More About Captain Dawe and Ellen Parsons:

Marriage: June 08, 1883, NF

 

        110             x.               Emma Patience Dawe, born February 15, 1865 in Bay Roberts, NF; died December 26, 1956 in New Westminster, BC Canada. Emma married Samuel Daw February 25, 1890 in Bay Roberts, NF. Samuel  was b May 15, 1860 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1936 in Vancouver, BC.

Notes for Emma Patience Dawe: Emma was second cousin to her husband Samuel Daw.

        111            xi.               Clara Millicent Dawe, born 1867 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1912 in New Westminster, BC Canada.  She married Albert James Dawe 1892 in Bay Roberts, NF; born 1867 in Bay Roberts, NF; died 1938 in Bay Roberts, NF.

 

More About Albert Dawe and Clara Dawe:

Marriage: 1892, Bay Roberts, NF

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

        66.  Robert Hartland7 Dawe (Samuel6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1833 in Port de Grave, NF; the son of Samuel Daw and Maria Andrews. He married Naomi Susanna Goushou December 7,  1858 in Brigus United Methodist Church, daughter of Thomas Goushou and Amy Mugford.  She was born 1840 in Brigus, NF

Notes for the Goushou Family Line: I have a detailed Family Tree for this family tree and related family line. You may contact me for further data at jonahmicah@shaw.ca

 

More About Robert Dawe and Naomi Goushou:

Marriage: December 7, 1858, Brigus United Methodist Church.

       

Children of Robert Dawe and Naomi Goushou are:

        112             i.               Ann Maria8 Dawe.

        113            ii.               Archibald Dawe.

        114           iii.               Bertha Dawe.

        115           iv.               Eliza Dawe.

        116            v.               Emma Dawe.  She married Beniah Dawe.

        117           vi.               George Dawe.

        118          vii.               Hartland Dawe. He died at age 17 years.

 

Notes for Hartland Dawe:

Note: According to Family tree records it states that Hartland Dawe died at the young age of 17 years. No other information was given and no date or year of death was provided.

 

        119         viii.               Mary Elizabeth Dawe b About 1874.  She married Thomas Samuel Serrick before 1899. Thomas Samuel Serrick was b March 13, 1878 in Cupids, NF and died in 1965 in Hamilton, Ontario. Thomas Samuel Serrick was the son of Jacob William Serrick b About 1831 in Cupids, NF and died October 9, 1889 in Cupids, NF and Sarah Wells b About 1842 in Cupids, NF and died December 8, 1925, Bareneed, NF.

Notes for Thomas Samuel Serrick: Thomas Samuel was the twin brother of Daniel George Serrick. They are listed as birth order  # 7 & 8. They are the sons of Jacob William Serrick and Sarah Wells.

More Notes for Thomas Samuel Serrick & Mary Elizabeth Dawe: According to Family Tree notes both Thomas and Mary are buried in Hamilton, Ontario.

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Dawe and Thomas Samuel Serrick:

More Notes for Mary Elizabeth Daw and Thomas Serrick:

Further detailed information can be found on my John Dawe genealogy page under reference # 19, Robert Hartland Dawe and Naomi Goushou where the children of Mary and Thomas and other facts are recorded. All other information for this family can be directed to me via an e-mail. Thank you.

 For all related information for the Family Tree for Daniel Serrick and his Descendants please contact me @ jonahmicah@shaw.ca

More Notes for the Serrick Family History: I have received new information for this Dawe/Serrick Family line. It will be posted in due time. In the meantime you are welcome to contact me for a specific portion of data which I could send. Contact me at jonahmicah@shaw.ca 

 

        120            ix.               Samuel Dawe.

        121             x.               Sarah Dawe.

        122            xi.               William Dawe, born 1861.  He married Jane Squires.

+      123           xii.               John Gushue Dawe, born 1865 in Cupids, NF; died 1940.

 

        69.  Henry7 Dawe (Samuel6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born September 06, 1853 in Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Elizabeth Besty Ford, daughter of Unknown Ford.  She was born in Newfoundland.

       

Children of Henry Dawe and Elizabeth Ford are:

        124             i.               Amy8 Ford, born Aft. 1854 in Newfoundland.

 

Notes for Amy Ford:

Source of Information: The date of birth was provided by Lori Ann Ryan.

Note: All other information was provided by Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] from Family tree records given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from my mother's estate in 2001.

 

        125            ii.               Archibald Dawe, born Aft. 1854

 

Notes for Archibald Dawe:

Source of Information: The date of birth for Archibald was provided by Lori Ann Ryan.

Note: All other information was provided by Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-D awe] from Family tree records given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from my mother's estate in 2001.

 

        126           iii.               James Dawe, born Aft. 1854 in Newfoundland.

 

Notes for James Dawe:

Source of Information: The date of birth for James was provided by Lori Ann Ryan .

Note: All other information was provided by Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe] from Family tree records given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Dawe] from my mother 's estate in 2001.

 

        127           iv.               George Dawe, born Aft. 1854 in Newfoundland.

 

Notes for George Dawe:

Source of Information: The date of birth for George was provided by Lori Ann Ryan.

Note: All other information was provided by Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe ] from Family tree records given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from my mother's estate in 2001.

 

        71.  George7 Dawe (John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born in Port de Grave, Newfoundland.  He married Emma Tucker, daughter of Unknown Tucker and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born 1825 in Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

 

Notes for George Dawe:

According to another report in Family charts there is another George Dawe who died young.

Source of Information: Family Tree Charts from Margaret Irene Raynor {Mays-Dawe} given to Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor} from my mother's estate in 2001.

       

Children of George Dawe and Emma Tucker are:

        128             i.               Mary Patience8 Dawe, born  Before 1846 in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

        129            ii.               John Dawe, born 1846 in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

        130           iii.               George Dawe, born 1849 in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

        131           iv.               Charles Dawe, born 1856 in Ship Cove, Newfoundland; died 1931 in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

 

        73.  Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John (John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born October 28, 1839 in Cupids, NF.  She married William Dawe, November 9, 1858 in Brigus United Methodist Church,  son of  Samuel Dawe and Fanny Daw.  He was born 1839 in Ships Cove, NF.

 

Notes for William Dawe:

Note: I have made two references for William with his wife, Elizabeth the daughter of John Dawe b 1815 from Ship Cove, Port de Grave, NF. In two different charts there were conflicting reports of how many children they had. In one place the report appeared to imply that William married twice. Please don't confuse the chart with stating William married twice. I used that reference as a spring board to try and show the both sides of data that was presented in Family charts

       

Children of Elizabeth Dawe Of John and William Dawe are:

+      132             i.               Samuel8 Dawe, born July 18 1862, in Ships Cove, Newfoundland

        133            ii.               Elizabeth Emma Dawe, born September 24, 1870 in Cupids,  Newfoundland, she is believed to have possibly died in Cupids, Newfoundland. Date of Death unknown.

Notes for Elizabeth Emma Dawe: Elizabeth Emma was baptized December 28, 1870 by John Waterhouse, minister of Brigus United Methodist Church.

Source of Baptism Information for Elizabeth Emma was provided from Family Tree Notes.

   134           iii.               George Dawe, born November 10, 1862 in Cupids, Newfoundland

+      135           iv.               Henry Dawe, born September 08, 1864 in Cupids, Newfoundland; died at the Family home as a result of an accident in Cupids, Newfoundland.

Notes for Henry Dawe: According to Family Tree notes Henry died at the home of his parents, William Dawe and Elizabeth (of John) Dawe while making a shaft for his horse. He somehow got caught up in this shaft and as a result it killed him. The date of death was not provided in Family tree notes from my second cousin,  Shirley Flewitt.

More Notes for Henry Dawe: Further research is needed to locate the date of  his death and to confirm if this accident killed him instantly as speculated and reported by family.

+      136            v.               William Dawe, born July 12, 1872 in Cupids, Newfoundland, Canada; died May 03, 1903 in Off The Coast of New Brunswick.

 

        74.  Susannah7 Dawe (John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1840 in Cupids, NF, and died September 29, 1911 in Labrador, NF.  She married (1) Unknown UNKNOWN, son of Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born in Port de Grave, NF, and died in Port de Grave, NF.  She married (2) Joseph Reeves, son of Thomas Reeves and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born 1841 in Labrador, and died 1893 in Newfoundland.  She married (3) John MacDonald, son of Unknown MacDonald and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born in Port de Grave, Newfoundland.

 

Notes for Joseph Reeves:

Source of Information: Provided by Margaret Irene Raynor [Mays-Dawe} from Family tree Charts given to Judith A Scott from my mother's estate.

 

Notes for John MacDonald:

Source of Information: Provided by Margaret Irene Raynor {Mays-Dawe{ from Family Tree Charts given to Judith A Scott from my mother's estate.

       

Child of Susannah Dawe and Unknown UNKNOWN is:

        137             i.               Thomas8 Dawe, born 1867 in Cupids, NF; died October 23, 1953 in Cupids, NF.  He married (1) Mary Bartlett November 28, 1891 in Brigus United Methodist Church; born in Georgetown, NF; died 1924 in Cupids, NF.  He married (2) Sarah Francis Atkins; born in Clarke's Beach, NF; died 1951 in Cupids, NF.

 

Notes for Thomas Dawe:

Source of Information: Provided by Margaret Irene Raynor {Mays-Dawe} from Family Tree Charts given to Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor} from my mother's estate in 2001.

 

More About Thomas Dawe:

Burial: 1953, United Church Cemetery, Cupids, NF

       

Children of Susannah Dawe and Joseph Reeves are:

        138             i.               Charlotte8 Reeves, born in Cupids, NF.  She married (1) Ben Dyson; born in NF.  She married (2) Eli Turnbull; born in NF.

+      139            ii.               Elizabeth Reeves, born 1872 in Cupids, NF; died December 22, 1928 in Cupids, NF.

        140           iii.               Thomas Reeves, born 1878 in NF; died October 17, 1901 in Table Bay, Labrador, NF.

+      141           iv.               John Reeves, born 1887 in Labrador; died 1917 in NF.

 

        75.  Lavinia7 Dawe (John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1847 in Port de Grave, NF, and died in NF.  She married John Rowe 1871 in Cupids, NF, son of Unknown Rowe.  He was born 1839 in Cupids, NF, and died in NF.

 

More About John Rowe and Lavinia Dawe:

Marriage: 1871, Cupids, NF

       

Children of Lavinia Dawe and John Rowe are:

        142             i.               Charlotte8 Rowe, born in Cupids, NF.

        143            ii.               Fanny Rowe, born 1881 in Cupids, NF.

 

        78.  Caroline7 Dawe (John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born August 2, 1852 in Cupids, NF, and died 1921 in Cupids, NF.  She married Samuel Byrne 1880 in Cupids, NF, son of Moses Clarke and Priscilla Byrne.  He was born May 1, 1846 in Brigus,  NF, and died November 3, 1926 in Cupids, NF.

 

More About Samuel Byrne and Caroline Dawe:

Marriage: 1880, Cupids, NF

       

Children of Caroline Dawe and Samuel Byrne are:

        144             i.               Emily8 Byrne, born July 25, 1881 in Cupids, NF; died in Montreal, Quebec. Emily married John (Jack) Sheppard. He died in Montreal, Quebec.

        145            ii.               Elizabeth Byrne, born October 29, 1882 in Cupids, , NF; died in Port Kembla, Austraila.

        146           iii.               Wilfred Byrne, born November 3,1884 in Cupids, NF; died 1889 in Cupids, NF.

 

        147           iv.               Jessie Maud Byrne, born November 18, 1886 in Cupids, , NF; died (near) Seattle, Washington, USA. Jessie married twice. 1. John O'Connell; 2. Arch Burcey b Burnt Head, Cupids, NF

        148            v.               John Byrne, born May13, 1893 in Cupids,  NF; died in Los Angeles, California. John married Nora MacLeod.

Notes for John Byrne: John served in World War 1 and was honorably discharged at the end of the war. He had been promoted to the rank of Regimental Sargent Major at the time of his honorable discharge.

+      149           vi.               Edith Byrne, born December 6, 1897 in Cupids, NF; died May 19, 1988 in Cupids, NF.

 

        88.  Charles7 Daw (George6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1856 in NF, and died 1931 in NF.  He married Rebecca Coates, daughter of Unknown Coates.  She was born in Upper Gullies, NF.

       

Children of Charles Daw and Rebecca Coates are:

        150             i.               Egdar8 Dawe.

        151            ii.               Harvey Dawe.

        152           iii.               Hubert Dawe.

        153           iv.               Maud Dawe.

        154            v.               Phoebe Dawe.

        155           vi.               Walter Dawe.  He married  Ethel Mae Simms. She was the daughter of Ruben Simms and Drucilla LeDrew. She was b in St. Anthony Bight.

Children of Walter Dawe and Ethel Mae Simms:

i. John Dawe

 

        156          vii.               Wilfred Dawe.

        157         viii.               Winnifred Dawe.

 

        106.  Robert Rodrick7 Dawe (Samuel6 Daw, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1854 in Bay Roberts, and died January 16, 1916 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.  He married Hanora Baldwin Thompson 1885 in St. Johns, NF, daughter of Unknown Hall and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born October 04, 1863 in Harbour Grace, NF, and died April 08, 1947 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

 

Notes for Robert Rodrick Dawe:

Note: Robert Rodrick was a school teacher who taught in North River. It is reported that he was also a navigator and salesman.

Note: Another source according to Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] my first cousin has his birth date as being 1857.

 

More About Robert Rodrick Dawe:

Burial: Sydney, Nova Scotia

 

Notes for Hanora Baldwin Thompson:

Note: According to Family tree records reported by my first cousin Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] it states that Hanora was adopted by a Hall Family. They owned a store in Reserve Mines, N. S. Hanora's father had been sent from England to be Premier of Newfoundland. Dates of the time of her father coming from England to Newfoundland were not given.

 

More About Hanora Baldwin Thompson:

Burial: Sydney, Nova Scotia

 

More About Robert Dawe and Hanora Thompson:

Marriage: 1885, St. Johns, NF

       

Children of Robert Dawe and Hanora Thompson are:

+      158             i.               Frances8 Dawe.

+      159            ii.               John Rodrick Dawe, born March 03, 1893 in St. Johns, NF; died January 29, 1943 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

+      160           iii.               Robert Francis Dawe, born February 18, 1896 in Bay Roberts, NF; died May 25, 1975 in Sydney Nova Scotia.

        161           iv.               William Brenden Dawe, born July 04, 1897 in Bay Roberts, NF; died January 01, 1916 in Normandy, France.

        162            v.               Mary Josephine Dawe, born July 04, 1900.

+      163           vi.               Ellen Frances [Nell] Dawe, born December 07, 1901 in Reserve Mines, Nova Scotia; died 1973 in Detroit, Michigan USA.

        164          vii.               Ronald Dawe, born 1902 in Bay Roberts, NF; died March 03, 1965 in Sydney Nova Scotia.  He married Mary Burgie.

 

        108.  Canon Samuel7 Dawe (Samuel6 Daw, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1857 in Bay Roberts, NF, and died 1931 in Ottawa, Ontario.  He married Jessie Fraser in Ottawa, Ontario, daughter of Unknown Fraser.  She was born 1860, and died 1949 in Ottawa, Ontario.

 

More About Canon Dawe and Jessie Fraser:

Marriage: Ottawa, Ontario

       

Children of Canon Dawe and Jessie Fraser are:

        165             i.               Charles Edmond8 Dawe.

        166            ii.               Ford Dawe.

        167           iii.               Fraser Dawe.

        168           iv.               Herbert Dawe.

        169            v.               Rev. Fredrick Dawe.

        170           vi.               W. H. Dawe.

        171          vii.               Walter Dawe.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

        123.  John Gushue8 Dawe (Robert Hartland7, Samuel6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1865 in Cupids, NF, and died 1940.  He married (1) Eliza Jane Bishop, daughter of Reuben Bishop and Eliza Unknown.  She was born 1869.  He married (2) Emily Dawe, daughter of Unknown Dawe.    He married (3) Joanna Atkins December 25, 1890 in Salmon Cove, NF, daughter of Unknown Atkins and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born 1872 in North River, and died 1902.  He married (4) Mary Ann Wells May 09, 1908 in Cupids, NF, daughter of William Wells and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born 1873 in Cupids, NF, and died 1913.

 

More About John Dawe and Joanna Atkins:

Marriage: December 25, 1890, Salmon Cove, NF

 

More About John Dawe and Mary Wells:

Marriage: May 09, 1908, Cupids, NF

       

Children of John Dawe and Eliza Bishop are:

        172             i.               Mildred9 Dawe.

        173            ii.               Christopher Dawe, born 1909; died in Montreal, PQ.

       

Children of John Dawe and Joanna Atkins are:

        174             i.               Robert William9 Dawe, born 1892. He married Jean Simm

        175            ii.               Emma Dawe, born 1898.

       

Children of John Dawe and Mary Wells are:

        176             i.               Jessie9 Dawe. She married Reverend A. Slaeder. He died in 1975.

        177            ii.               William Artland Dawe, born 1909.

 

        132.  Samuel8 Dawe (Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born in Ships Cove, NF.  He married Elizabeth Newell, daughter of Unknown Newell and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in NF.

 

Notes for Samuel Dawe:

Samuel Dawe married Elizabeth Newell. They had children.

i. Enid Dawe married Charles Ford

ii. May Dawe married Walter R. Dawe

iii. Laura Dawe married Ernest Whelan

iv. Flora Dawe married Harry Le Drew

v. Walter Dawe married Fanny Butler

vi. Samuel Dawe married Carrie Whelan. Carrie Whelan died April 8, 1942 aged 49 years. She was buried in the Cupids United Church Cemetery, Row 10, Section 1.

       

Children of Samuel Dawe and Elizabeth Newell are:

        178             i.               Enid9 Dawe, born in Newfoundland.  She married Charles Ford; born in Newfoundland.

        179            ii.               Flora Dawe, born in Newfoundland.  She married Harry Le Drew; born in Newfoundland.

        180           iii.               Laura Dawe, born in Newfoundland.  She married Ernest Whelan; born in Newfoundland.

+      181           iv.               May Dawe, born in Newfoundland.

        182            v.               Samuel Dawe, born in Newfoundland.

        183           vi.               Walter Dawe, born in Newfoundland.

 

        134.  George8 Dawe (Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born November 10, 1862 in Cupids, NF, and died in Newfoundland, Canada.  He married Eliza Clarke, December 10, 1888 in Brigus United Methodist Church, daughter of Unknown Clarke and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

 

Notes for George Dawe:

George Dawe married Eliza Clarke. They had one daughter.

Myra Dawe married Harold Butler.

       

Child of George Dawe and Eliza Clarke is:

        184             i.               Myra9 Dawe, born in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

 

        135.  Henry8 Dawe (Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born September 08, 1864 in Cupids, NF, and died in Cupids, Newfoundland at the home of his parents as a result of an accident.  He married Druscilla Rowe, daughter of Unknown Rowe and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in Newfoundland.

 

Notes for Henry Dawe:

Note: According to Family tree records it has been reported that Henry lived in the family home of his parents William and Elizabeth Dawe. He was in another part of the home making a shaft for his horse. The report goes on and states that Henry was killed while making a shaft for his horse. There has been some speculation that Henry got caught up in it somehow which eventually led to his death. There is no further information on this report at this time.

Further research is needed to locate the date of his death and to confirm if the accident led to an instant death.

 

Source of Information: Provided by Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from Family tree records from my mother's estate given to me in the Fall of 2001.

       

Children of Henry Dawe and Druscilla Rowe are:

+      185             i.               William9 Dawe, born in Newfoundland.

        186            ii.               Victor Dawe, born in Newfoundland.

 

        136.  William8 Dawe (Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born July 12, 1872 in Cupids, Newfoundland, Canada, and died May 03, 1903 in Off The Coast of New Brunswick.  He married Julia Ann Morgan in Port de Grave, NF, Canada, daughter of James Morgan and Mary Smith.  She was born February 09, 1873 in Brigus, Newfoundland, Canada, and died June 12, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for William Dawe:

William Dawe was my great-grandfather. His family in Cupids, NF called him "Billy". William and his wife Julia Ann {Morgan} lived with his parents William and Elizabeth in the family home. He was a fisherman all of his life. The water and fishing were the only way of life he knew. Before my great-grandfather was killed at sea he had planned to move his family into their own home but circumstances didn't allow that to take place. I am sure my great-grandparents never thought an accident was just around the corner waiting to unfold that would forever change their lives .On May 3,1903 as usual my great-grandfather was fishing. On that particular day my great-grandfather and the other two men that were with him were fishing along the coasts of New Brunswick. There was an explosion on board of coal gas and as a result the ship {SS Coban} went down with all three men on board. The ship and all three men were lost at sea and never recovered. He was a    4 1 year old man much too young to die who left a young widow with two small children. One of the children he left behind was my grandfather, Stanley Dawe. The other child was my great-aunt, Frances Helena Flewitt {Dawe}. I have been told he was a real family man who loved his wife and children very much.

 

Source of  Information: Provided by Margaret Irene Raynor {Mays-Dawe} from Family Tree Charts given to Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor} from my mother's estate in the Fall of 2001.

Source of Information was also provided by Shirley Flewitt my second cousin in 2002.

 

Note: It has been reported that the Shipping Vessel SS Coban was owned and operated by the Dawe family in the province of Newfoundland. The ship was used for fishing expeditions off the coasts of Newfoundland according to Family Tree Records.

 

Note: It also has been reported being used for fishing expeditions off the coasts of New Brunswick. It has been reported that my great-grandfather William Dawe and two other men perished in a shipping accident off the coasts of New Brunswick. The ship SS Coban,  William Dawe and the two other men all perished from a coal gas explosion on board. The ship went down as a result of the coal gas explosion with all three men on board. No one was ever recovered. The ship was never recovered or re-floated for use ever again according to Family tree records given to Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] from her mother's estate in 2001.

Note: It has been reported from my 3rd cousin Grenfell Morgan that the SS Coban ship was not owned by the Dawe family as I reported earlier. Grenfell has reported that the vessel was owned and operated by the Dominion Coal Company.

Note: According to Grenfell Morgan he provided information that the SS Coban was not lost at sea at the time of the coal gas explosion as I reported earlier.  The loss of life was reported as my great-grandfather William Dawe and two other men with him. As far as we can determine those men were never recovered.

Note: Grenfell Morgan provided the name of one of the two men that were previously unknown, his name was William Morgan. No other information is available at this time.

Note: These reports are contrary to what I received from my mother's estate in 2001. We the family were told that William Dawe was lost on the SS Coban along with two other men as a result of a coal gas explosion on board. We have always understood that William Dawe was a fisherman and he was fishing with the other two men along the coasts of New Brunswick when the accident occurred. The family also understood that at the time of the accident the SS Coban and all three men were lost at sea and never recovered.

More Notes for William Dawe lost at sea, May 3, 1903:

According to Robert Parsons, researcher, writer, archivist (Level 1) he states the following summary taken from a Newfoundland newspaper:

A Fatal Accident

 The explosion on board the "Coban" while on her way from St. John's to Montreal on Saturday week last, resulted in the death of three persons, two of them Newfoundlanders. One of them was a William Dawe of Cupids, who left there for Montreal on the steamer. His sudden death is felt at Cupids keenly, where he leaves a wife and two children and especially so, as the body of the unfortunate man was not recovered, it being hurled into the sea by the force of the explosion.

Source of Newspaper article was taken from the "Vindicator" newspaper believed to be from Newfoundland and provided to me from Robert Parsons.

 

More About William Dawe:

Description: May 03, 1903, Killed At Sea, SS Coban

 

Notes for Julia Ann Morgan:

Julia Ann Morgan {Dawe} was my great-grandmother. She too had an interest and a love for music. I have memories of her when I was just five years old sitting on her bed and she stroking my head and singing to me. She was left a young widow when my great-grandfather was killed at sea. She was a godly woman who believed in the power of prayer. In 1924 my great-grandmother had a dramatic change in her life. At that time she had been in St. Josephs Hospital in Hamilton Ontario. She was basically dying of mouth cancer. Doctors had told the family to take her home to die and make her as comfortable as possible. My great-grandmother a woman of God as she was, believed God had other plans for her life. She asked her family to help get her dressed and take her to a meeting that was being held by Dr. Charles Price at the Barton Street Arena in Hamilton Ontario. So off they went with great anticipation as my great-grandmother had read earlier that day in her Bibl e, that Jesus Christ healed in Bible days, "so she said to herself why not today "? She certainly had great faith. She was prayed for by Dr. Charles Price and she was healed of mouth cancer. To prove to her and to the doctors a piece of rotten bone fell out of her mouth and doctors declared her to be free from all cancer. She died many years later of natural causes with cancer never to return ever again. I thank God for this  awesome miracle He performed in my great-grandmothers life.

 

Note: Julia Ann Morgan my great-grandmother who was known by her family as "Nana" was a kind hearted woman who loved her family and spent many years on her knees praying for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren to know the Lord and live for Him as she did. I can remember my mother telling me about her visits over-night waking up in the early hours of the morning and hearing her grandmother praying for her family before the family had even got up.

 

More About Julia Ann Morgan:

Number of Marriages: November 20, 1907, Hamilton, Ontario Canada

 

More About William Dawe and Julia Morgan:

Marriage: Port de Grave, NF, Canada

       

Children of William Dawe and Julia Morgan are:

+      187             i.               Stanley9 Dawe, born October 22, 1898 in Cupids, Newfoundland, Canada; died April 12, 1982 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

+      188            ii.               Frances Helena Dawe, born November 13, 1900 in Cupids, Newfoundland, Canada; died June 06, 1977 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

 

        139.  Elizabeth8 Reeves (Susannah7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1872 in Cupids, NF, and died December 22, 1928 in Cupids, NF.  She married George Holwell Dawe October 24, 1892 in Cupids, NF, son of Charles Dawe and Jane Holwell.  He was born in Newfoundland.

 

More About George Dawe and Elizabeth Reeves:

Marriage: October 24, 1892, Cupids, NF

       

Children of Elizabeth Reeves and George Dawe are:

        189             i.               Ida9 Dawe, born July 05, 1894 in Cupids, NF.

        190            ii.               Joseph Dawe, born August 09, 1895 in Cupids, NF.

        191           iii.               Bessie Louise Dawe, born July 18, 1897 in Cupids, NF.

        192           iv.               Christopher Dawe, born August 19, 1899 in Cupids, NF; died May 31, 1918 in World War 1.

        193            v.               Thomas Dawe, born August 03, 1902 in Cupids, NF.

        194           vi.               Jack Dawe, born January 26, 1904 in Cupids, NF; died in USA.  He married Unknown Jerrine; born in Newfoundland.

        195          vii.               Susie Jen Jane Dawe, born July 02, 1908 in Cupids, NF; died September 19, 1987 in NF.  She married Henry Parsons; born in Cupids, NF.

 

        141.  John8 Reeves (Susannah7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1887 in Labrador, and died March 27, 1917.  He married Violet B. Greene, daughter of Barton  Greene and Jessie.  She was born May 08, 1893 in Seal Islands, Labrador.

       

Children of John Reeves and Violet Greene are:

        196             i.               Thomas Wilfred9 Reeves, born July 01, 1911

        197            ii.               Susannah Elizabeth Reeves, born May 16, 1914

        198           iii.               Barton Green Reeves, born August 27, 1916

Notes for the Greene Family Tree: If needed I can provide a contact for further information. Contact me at jonahmicah@shaw.ca

 

        149.  Edith8 Byrne (Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born December 6, 1897 in Cupids, NF, and died May 19, 1988 in Cupids, NF.  She married Nathaniel Morgan 1920 in Cupids, NF, son of George Morgan and Naomie Morgan.  He was born November 15, 1887 in Burnt Head, Cupids,  NF, and died October 12, 1963 in Cupids, NF.

Notes for Edith Byrne:

According to Family Tree notes Edith was buried in the Anglican Cemetery in Burnt Head, Cupids, NF.

Notes for Nathaniel Morgan: According to Family tree notes Nathaniel was buried in the Anglican Cemetery in Burnt Head, Cupids, NF.

 

More About Nathaniel Morgan and Edith Byrne:

Marriage: 1920, Cupids, NF

       

Children of Edith Byrne and Nathaniel Morgan are:

+      199             i.               Newton9 Morgan, born July 31, 1920 in Cupids, NF.

+      200            ii.               Wilfred Byrne Morgan, born October 20, 1921 in Cupids, NF; died in St. John's, NF.

+      201           iii.              Arthur Cecil Morgan, born 1923 in Cupids, NF.

        202           iv.               Samuel George Morgan, born 1925 in Cupids, NF; died 1926 in Cupids, NF.

Notes for Samuel George Morgan:

According to Family Tree notes Samuel was buried in the Anglican Cemetery in Burnt Head, Cupids, NF.

 

        158.  Frances8 Dawe (Robert Rodrick7, Samuel6 Daw, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1)  She married Thomas Fennell, son of Unknown Fennell. 

       

Children of Frances Dawe and Thomas Fennell are:

        203             i.               Frank9 Fennell.

        204            ii.               Gregory Fennell.

        205           iii.               Kathleen Fennell.

        206           iv.               Mary Fennell.

        207            v.               Peter Fennell.

        208           vi.               Richard Fennell.

        209          vii.               Robert Fennell.

        210         viii.               Theresa Fennell.

        211            ix.               William Fennell.

        212             x.               Michael Fennell, born 1912; died 1983 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

        213            xi.               Thomas Anthony Fennell, born 1921; died 1996 in Sydney,  Nova Scotia.

        214           xii.               Leo B. Fennell, born 1923; died 1984 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

 

        159.  John Rodrick8 Dawe (Robert Rodrick7, Samuel6 Daw, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born March 03, 1893 in St. John's, NF, and died January 29, 1943 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.  He married Flora Bell MacNeil 1918 in Dominion, Nova Scotia, daughter of Unknown MacNeil.  She was born November 02, 1901 in Dominion, Nova Scotia, and died September 24, 1926 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

 

More About John Dawe and Flora MacNeil:

Marriage: 1918, Dominion, Nova Scotia

       

Child of John Dawe and Flora MacNeil is:

        215             i.               John Vincent9 Dawe, born July 16, 1923 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

 

        160.  Robert Francis8 Dawe (Robert Rodrick7, Samuel6 Daw, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born February 18, 1896 in Bay Roberts, NF, and died May 25, 1975 in Sydney Nova Scotia.  He married Elizabeth Maude Oliver July 29, 1924 in Sydney, Nova Scotia, daughter of Unknown Oliver.  She was born September 26, 1896 in Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia, and died January 07, 1989 in Sydney,  Nova Scotia.

 

Notes for Robert Francis Dawe:

Note: According to Family tree records from Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] my firs t cousin she states that Robert was a Civil Engineer and a Surveyor for the Dominion Iron and Steel Company of Sydney, Nova Scotia. He was known to have brown hair and blue eyes. He was reported to have died of a heart attack.

 

More About Robert Francis Dawe:

Religion: ; Religion: He was a Roman Catholic

 

Notes for Elizabeth Maude Oliver:

Note: According to my first cousin Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] she states that Elizabeth and her brother William [Bill] Oliver put on many Irish plays in Sheet Harbour. She was known to have red hair and green eyes. It was reported that she died of natural causes.

 

Note: Elizabeth was a housewife but she also was an opera singer and actress.

 

More About Elizabeth Maude Oliver:

Baptism: October 02, 1896, Unknown

Burial: January 09, 1989, Sydney, Nova Scotia

Occupation:  She was an opera singer and actress

 

More About Robert Dawe and Elizabeth Oliver:

Marriage: July 29, 1924, Sydney, Nova Scotia

       

Children of Robert Dawe and Elizabeth Oliver are:

        216             i.               Marjorie Frances9 Dawe, born October 23, 1926 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

        217            ii.               Mary Josephine Dawe, born July 28, 1928 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

        218           iii.               Robert Francis Dawe, born November 24, 1934 in Sydney, Nova Scotia; died September 13, 1993 in Mifflin, Ohio, USA.

        219           iv.               Elizabeth Ann Dawe, born September 01, 1936 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

 

        163.  Ellen Frances [Nell]8 Dawe (Robert Rodrick7, Samuel6 Daw, Samuel5, John4, Samuel3, Samuel2, William1) was born December 07, 1901 in Reserve Mines, Nova Scotia, and died 1973 in Detroit, Michigan USA.  She married Harold Wooden, son of Unknown Wooden.  He was born July 1909, and died November 23, 1991 in Three Rivers, St Joseph, Michigan, USA.

 

Notes for Ellen Frances [Nell] Dawe:

Note: According to my first cousin Lori Ann Patterson [Turner] she states that it was reported that Ellen was born in St. Joseph Parish, Reserve, Nova Scotia

       

Children of Ellen Dawe and Harold Wooden are:

        220             i.               Nora Jean9 Wooden, born August 05, 1925. She married George Tucker.

Children of Nora Jean and George Tucker:

i. Gloria Tucker b November 2, 1949.

ii. Reverend Robert Tucker b May 21, 1952.

iii. Michael Tucker b January 1, 1954.

 

        221            ii.               Harold Wooden, born March 05, 1931.

        222           iii.               Betty Wooden, born March 22, 1933.

        223           iv.               Sharon Wooden, born May 17, 1941.

Notes for the Wooden Family History: I can provide further history for this Family Branch if needed. Contact me at jonahmicah@shaw.ca

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

        181. "Susie" May9 Dawe (Samuel8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1905 in Cupids, Port de Grave, NF and died 1982 in Cupids, Port de Grave, NF.   She married Walter Ralph Dawe December 14, 1933 in Brigus, NF, son of Charles Dawe and Salina Ralph.  He was born 1898 in Ship Cove, NF, and died in 1963. Walter Ralph Dawe was the son of Charles Dawe and Salina Ralph. Walter Dawe was buried in #30, Section 2 of the Cupids United Church Cemetery.

Notes for "Susie" May Dawe: According to family tree charts it has the name of May Dawe recorded as May in brackets and Susie as her first name. Would it be possible that May preferred to go by her middle name of May rather than her first name of Susie? Further research is needed to substantiate this claim.

More Notes for Susie May Dawe:

According to Cupids United Church Cemetery it states that Susie May was b 1905 and d 1982. She was buried in the Cupids United Church Cemetery #30, Section 2.

       

Child of May Dawe and Walter Dawe is:

        224             i.               Eileen10 Dawe, born in Ship Cove, Newfoundland.

 

        185.  William9 Dawe (Henry8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born in NF.  He married Susie Yowden, December 31, 1924 in Brigus United Methodist Church, daughter of Unknown Yowden and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born in NF.

       

Children of William Dawe and Susie Yowden are:

        225             i.               Stanley10 Dawe, born in NF.

        226            ii.               Elva Dawe, born in NF.

 

        187.  Stanley9 Dawe (William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born October 22, 1898 in Cupids, Newfoundland, Canada, and died April 12, 1982 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  He married Cora Myrtle Lockery December 18, 1919 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, daughter of James Lockery and Mary Mitchell.  She was born August 25, 1899 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and died March 27, 1993 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

 

Notes for Stanley Dawe:

Stanley Dawe was a retired Superintendent of the Hamilton Hydro working from the bottom up to holding one of the top positions there. He served the  Hamilton Hydro for many years as their Superintendent. He was well liked by everyone and made many life long friends. Stanley Dawe was a family man who loved his wife and children. He was so proud of his four girls. His next source of happiness w as his grandchildren. The highlight of his life was to spend time with his family. He loved to take his family to the beach and for fishing trips. The one thin g my grandfather really liked to do was to take his family north every year for the summer months. Even though my grandfather left Cupids, NF as a young lad h e never really got the love for water and fishing out of his system. My grandpa rents bought a cottage in the north land on the Windego Lake in Englehart, Ontario. This is where my grandparents would go for 6 months of the year. They both loved to fish and partake of many outdoor activities. He was an outdoors man H e was the one who taught me how to fish as a young girl. I would spend many of my summer vacations at the cottage. If I were asked to express the best words in the English language to share the kind of relationship I had with my grandfather it would be as follows, LOVE, ACCEPTANCE and COMPASSION. Yes, my grandfather had a heart of gold who really loved not only me but all of his family. He truly was a family man in every sense of the word.

 

Note: Stanley Dawe served in the First World War as a Machine Gunner .He served his country proudly for four years. His rank was a Private .His serial number was 240081. He entered the Armed Forces in March 1916 with the 13 Machine Gun Company of Hamilton, Ontario. He went overseas to Britain and then to France. His unit assignment was known as 205 Machine Gunner Battalion. He fought on the Lanz Front in France. He served under Lieutenant Colonel RR Moodie. Stanley left the Armed Forces as a Private for civilian life on June 20, 1920 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

More About Stanley Dawe:

Military service: Bet. March 1916 - June 1920, 13 Machine Gun Company  Hamilton, Ontario

 

Notes for Cora Myrtle Lockery:

Cora Lockery is my grandmother .She too had a love for music .In her younger days she learned how to play the piano. My grandmother was the one who I always looked up to for direction and for comfort. She was always there for me. I have very early memories of her when I at the young age of two went to live with my grandparents when my parents separated. My mother and I went to Hamilton, Ontario to live in the family home on Hyde Park Avenue. This is where my mother and my    aunts were raised for most of their lives .My grandmother was gifted in sewing and she made all of the families clothing including all the prom dresses for her daughters graduations from high school .My grandmother made all of my doll clothes. Later on in her life as a great-grandmother to my daughter she made her doll clothes as well .My grandmother was the one who would walk me to school and sin g and play games with me all the way there. She made attending school a fun thing to do .I treasure the times I had with my grandmother during my growing up years.

 

More About Stanley Dawe and Cora Lockery:

Marriage: December 18, 1919, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

       

Children of Stanley Dawe and Cora Lockery are:

+      227             i.               Helen Arlene10 Dawe, born January 03, 1921 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; died July 19, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

+      228            ii.               Margaret Irene Dawe, born July 19, 1922 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; died November 05, 2001 in Port Coquitlam, BC,  Canada.

        229           iii.               Bette Corinne Dawe, born August 25, 1927 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada; died October 25, 1997 in Englehart, Ontario, Canada.  She married Ranald Sherman Smith April 05, 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario; born April 23, 1930 in Englehart, Ontario.

 

Notes for Bette Corinne Dawe:

Betty Corinne was a woman who had a  great love for the outdoors. She really to ok after her father, Stanley Dawe. In a sense she was kind of a tom-boy .She had a heart that was full of compassion and truly cared about the other person's feelings. My aunt never wanted to hurt anyone. I believe that is one of the reasons she chose Nursing as her profession. My aunt is survived by her husband Ranald Smith. Betty Smith {Dawe} was a registered nurse and a registered ex-ray technician at the Englehart and District Hospital. She was known for her love of birds, dogs and the cottage on the Windego Lake. My aunt never had children but was very much apart of all her many nieces and one nephew's lives. As a young girl I have many fond memories of spending summer vacations with my mother at the cottage with my Aunt Bette and Uncle Rannie.

 

Notes for Ranald Sherman Smith:

Ranald Sherman Smith married Bette Corinne Dawe of Hamilton, Ontario. They had no children.

 

More About Ranald Sherman Smith and Bette Corinne Dawe:

Marriage: April 05, 1952, Hamilton, Ontario

More About Ranald Sherman Smith:

For many years my Uncle worked as an Engineer for the Ontario Northland Railway (CPR). He traveled all over the North Line with retiring from that position after many years of service.

More notes about Ranald Sherman Smith:

He was and still is an avid outdoorsman. I have many memories of spending the Summer Holidays at their cottage and at my Grandparents cottage that was pretty much next door. My Uncle like all the son in law's enjoyed and always liked to fish and hunt the first opportunity they had. I remember fishing with my Uncles and my Grandfather as young as under the age of 8 years. As of June 2004 my Uncle was making plans to spend the summer months at his cottage on the Windigo Lake in Englehart, Ontario.

 

+      230           iv.               Audrey Doreen Dawe, born May 22, 1931 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

 

        188.  Frances Helena9 Dawe (William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born November 13, 1900 in Cupids, Newfoundland, Canada, and died June 06, 1977 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  She married Arthur Flewitt 1922 in Hamilton, Ontario, son of Unknown Flewitt and UNKNOWN Unknown.  He was born December 31, 1891 in Liverpool, England, and died February 13, 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Frances Helena Dawe:

Frances Helena Dawe married Arthur Flewitt born December 31, 1891 in Liverpool, England died February 13, 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario. They had three daughters. Shirley Flewitt, single retired missionary now living in Maine USA. Miriam   Bishop {Flewitt} married Frank Bishop of Hamilton, Ontario. Mary Pauls {Flewitt} married William Pauls of Hamilton, Ontario now deceased.

 

Note: Frances Helena Daw e was my great-aunt who the family called "Nellie". She was also known by her niece's and nephew's as Auntie "Ney". She was a godly woman who lived her whole life serving God. She was quite involved with her church in the area of Mission s. She had a desire to reach the lost for the Lord and minister to the needs of the people.

She was a kind hearted woman who performed many acts of kindness for her family. I can remember my Auntie "Ney spending many of Christmas's baking Christmas cakes and plum puddings for friends and family. We would give her the orders and "Papa" my grandfather would help her deliver all the cakes and puddings to the ones who had placed in an order. As far as I was concerned she made the best plum pudding and Christmas cake I had ever tasted. "Mmm good".

 

More About Arthur Flewitt and Frances Dawe:

Marriage: 1922, Hamilton, Ontario

       

Children of Frances Dawe and Arthur Flewitt are:

+      231             i.               Mary10 Frances Flewitt, born November 5, 1931 in Hamilton, Ontario. She married William Pauls. He was b September 10, 1926 in Alberta; died September 23, 1993 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        232            ii.               Shirley Mae Flewitt, born 1924 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Shirley Flewitt:

Note: According to Letter written to Judith Arlene Scott November 13, 2002 from Shirley Flewitt my second cousin, The following information was shared:

 

Shirley Flewitt graduated from Evangel University with her B.B.A in 1971.

Graduated from Bible College 1947:

Six Years in Evangelistic Services, Canada and USA.

1953-1954-

Associate Pastor in Kelowna, BC

1954-1957-

Teaching part time in Bible College-Saskatoon

preaching and some office work

1957-1968-

office work in Toronto, Ontario

preaching on weekends

1968-1971-

attending university in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Springfield, Missouri

1971-1978-

teaching school in Labrador

teaching in Pentecostal Day Schools in Labrador

1979-1983-

Pastor of a church in Labrador

1983-1989

Accounting for Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland in St. John's NF

Shirley Flewitt retired from full-time ministries in 1989

Shirley will preach as a guest preacher when invited

She will also teach an Adult Sunday School class when invited. 

 

+      233           iii.               Miriam Jean Flewitt, born July 5, 1926 in Hamilton, Ontario. She married Frank Arthur Bishop. He was b July 9, 1927 in New Brunswick.

 

        199.  Newton9 Morgan (Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born July 31, 1920 in Cupids, NF.  He married Miriam Tucker May 4, 1949 in  St. Peters Church, Cartwright, Labrador, daughter of Kenneth Tucker and Elizabeth Edison.  She was born September 3, 1928 in Ship Cove, Sacred Bay, NF.

 

More About Newton Morgan and Miriam Tucker:

Marriage: May 4, 1949, St. Peters Church, Cartwright, Labrador

       

Children of Newton Morgan and Miriam Tucker are:

+      234             i.               Grenfell10 Morgan, born March 16, 1950 in Cartwright, Labrador.

+      235            ii.               John  Byrne Morgan, born May 13, 1954 in Gander, NF.

        236           iii.               Paul Bruce  Morgan, born July 16,  1960 in Carbonear, , NF.

+      237           iv.               Diane Barbara Morgan, born July 30, 1964 in Gander, NF.

 

        200.  Wilfred9 Byrne Morgan (Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born October 20,  1921 in Cupids, NF.  He married Beatty Hobbs 1948 in Cupids, NF, daughter of Unknown Hobbs and Unknown UNKNOWN.  She was born 1919 in Keels, NF.

 

More About Wilfred Morgan and Beatty Hobbs:

Marriage: 1948, Cupids, NF

       

Children of Wilfred Morgan and Beatty Hobbs:

+      238             i.               June 10 Morgan, born in St. John's, Newfoundland.

+      239            ii.               Elizabeth Edith Morgan, born in Cupids, NF.

        240           iii.              Rev. Arthur Boyd Morgan, born 1949 in Cupids, NF.

 

        201.  Arthur Cecil9 Morgan (Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1923 in Cupids, NF.  He married Isobel Butler, daughter of Johnathon & Hilda (Bishop) Butler.  She was born September 26, 1932 in South Side Cupids, Conception Bay, NF.

       

Children of Cecil Morgan and Isobel Butler are:

        241             i.               Ronald10 Morgan, born after 1958 in Cupids, NF. Ronald Morgan married Lynda Diann Kennedy July 28, 1985.

Notes for Ronald Morgan:

Brigus Methodist Records # 1173 Ronald Cecil Morgan and Lynda Diann Kennedy July 28, 1985

        242            ii.               David Morgan, born after 1958 in Cupids, Conception Bay, NF.

        243           iii.               Janice Morgan, born after 1958 in Cupids, Conception Bay, NF.  She married William Sears

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

        227.  Helen Arlene10 Dawe (Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born January 03, 1921 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and died July 19, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  She married William Tressam, son of Unknown Tressam and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Helen Arlene Dawe:

Helen Arlene Dawe was the oldest girl of Stanley and Cora Dawe. Helen Dawe married William Tressam of Hamilton, Ontario. They had one daughter Audrey Munt {Tressam} .She was retired from a career in Banking .She had a career that spanned from working from the bottom up to every area of banking. She was well respected and liked by everyone. She made many life long friends at the Canadian Imperial Ban k of Commerce in Toronto, Ontario. My mother and aunt were very close not only in age but were the best of friends. They traveled together to many places. The y went to Florida, Bermuda, St. Lucia, Hawaii and Mexico several times. They did just about everything together. They were 18 months apart and were like twins. When they were young girls my grandmother would dress them alike. She died much too young at 69 years of age leaving a daughter, two grandchildren and her son-in-law,  Clyde Munt.

 

More About Helen Arlene Dawe:

Helen Arlene Dawe was buried in the White Chapel Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Hamilton, Ontario in the Family Plot.

 

Notes for William Tressam:

William Tressam married Helen Arlene Dawe of Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Child of Helen Dawe and William Tressam is:

+      244             i.               Audrey11 Tressam, born June 27, 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        228.  Margaret Irene10 Dawe (Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born July 19, 1922 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and died November 05, 2001 in Port Coquitlam, BC,  Canada.  She married (1) Harvie Harry Mays April 06, 1946 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, son of Thomas Mays and Rose Young.  He was born October 06, 1922 in Barrie, Ontario, Canada.  She married (2) George Raynor May 26, 1962 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He was born Abt. 1902 in Hamilton, Ontario, and died in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Margaret Irene Dawe:

Margaret Irene was a retired medical staff secretary for the Hamilton Civic Hospitals in Hamilton Ontario. She was dedicated to serving her hospital and the doctors for almost 20 years.

 

She was given a retirement tea to honor her many years of dedicated service in 1986.They gave her a wonderful send off with showering her with many gifts and many letters of thanks and appreciation by the heads of departments, doctors, nurses and fellow peers with whom she worked with.

 

The major part of Mom's life was the dedication of her life to her family. She gave of herself and always went the second mile .Her grandchildren were the highlight of her life. Over the years she offered so much support and love to her grandchildren.

 

When I was left on my own as a single parent to raise two young children she stepped right in and gave of herself to help with child rearing. She would often take the children for weekends to give me a break. On those weekend adventures she would often take the children skating in the winter and swimming in the summer. Mom liked her sports and always included both Stan and Lynn.

 

She was a person who loved both participating and watching sports on television. She liked to watch golf, bowling, tennis and enjoyed all winter sports. In her earlier days she skied, curled, golfed and was on a 5 pin bowling team. For many years she lawn bowled and participated in many tournaments. My mother held seasons tickets for the Tiger Cat Football team in Hamilton and attended many hockey games as well.

 

Besides the love for sports she also had a love for Music and the Orchestra .Each year Mom would buy seasons tickets for the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. She would go with her sister Helen and her mother Cora Dawe. Music has always been a part of our family. We all have enjoyed music & participated in a church choir. One of my mothers favorite opera singers were the Three Tenors. She especially liked Pavarotti.

 

Besides music Mom had a love for animals. She just loved Wildlife. She was a member of the Canadian Wildlife Society for many years. She had a love for birds and dogs. All through my growing up years we always had either or both dogs and birds. We had a canary when I was a young girl living at home. His name was Peter and when we moved to Trios Rivera` of course he was re-named as Pierre`. The poor bird, he most likely wondered what was going on as for most of his life he was "Peter and then suddenly became "Pierre` for two years and then went back to "Peter when we moved back to Hamilton. We often laughed over that.

 

Mom had a dog "Missy" who was her pride and joy. "Missy" was a gift to herself when she retired from the hospital. "Missy" gave her many years of companionship and they were the best of buddies.

 

My mother was my best friend and the person who I could always confide in. I thank God for my mother and for giving me such a wonderful opportunity to enjoy all the years of dedication and support she gave me in my growing up years and later as an adult. No matter what my mother did, she always put the other person's needs over her own. Even in death she was looking out for her families needs and wondering how we were feeling and how we were going to cope with her soon approaching death. My mother was a treasure. She was a very unique individual, very special indeed. I cannot think of anyone who could ever replace the relationship I had with my mother. I have found out first hand that a mother's love is never replaceable.

 

 

More About Margaret Irene Dawe:

Cremation: November 07, 2001, Maple Ridge Crematorium, Maple Ridge, BC

Occupation:

 Bet. 1966 - 1986, Hamilton Civic Hospitals, Hamilton, Ontario

  Medical Staff Secretary for the Hamilton Civic Hospitals for almost 20 years of  dedicated service.

 

Notes for Harvie Harry Mays:

Harvie Harry Mays was the youngest child of ten living children, the son of Thomas Mays and Rose Sophia Young. He was an honor roll student in both elementary and secondary school. He was active in scholastics and sports and extra-curricular activities. He was quite involved on the gym team and the basketball team. His main interests were his music in which he gave 100 percent of his time to it.

 

My father was a gifted musician who was a tenor soloist singing in a choir with 7 other members of his family as a young lad. He studied classical piano, pipe organ, harmony and theory He was gifted in playing the piano as a young boy and continues today.

 

As a young lad of 10 my father was a paid assistant organist for Trinity Anglican Church in Barrie, Ontario. From 1930 to 1940 my father went with his father on a "curcuit" around Barrie and Orillia as his regular accompanist on piano and pump organ. In the war years he played piano and sang in a small band. After the war years he continued on with his music. He   was invited to perform at many clubs around the Toronto Ontario area.

 

In 1953 he moved to Montreal. He was transferred with Mays Steel from Toronto to Montreal as their salesman. He joined St. James the Apostle church and was their tenor soloist. While there he composed two classical type songs.1."Lament" based on a SwinBorne poem. 2. "A Baby's Eyes" that was sung by the soprano soloist at St. James in one of her concerts. My father was in attendance and received good acknowledgement.

 

While in attendance at St. James according to my father he sang "solo gigs" at weddings, parties and many other places. While my father was still with the St. James church choir he applied to study with a famous voice teacher Bernard Diamant who eventually took him on. That was quite an honor  for Dad as Monsieur Diamant took only the best. My father had many opportunities and excelled in music. He took part in a Broadway musical and was a gifted musician in his own right. One of the Broadway musicals was "Carousel" where he met Marilyn Gardner who was an extra in the Broadway show "Carousel" as my father was at that time.

 

Besides the many accomplishments in his music career too numerous to mention here he went on and performed in many different music settings including directing the Police Department choir for seven years in the Toronto, Ontario area. He was hired by the Police Department in Toronto in 1972 as their Music Director and stayed until 1979.

 

Besides my fathers musical career he was quite interested in sports. He played rugby, hockey, tennis, baseball, softball and football. My dad enjoyed  skiing, swimming, diving and track and field. He was one of the first high jumpers in Barrie history to switch from the scissors style to the eastern layout.

 

Dad was a very popular young man in every area he was involved in whether it be music or sports. In this present day my father at the age of 80 is still very active in the community and still enjoys entertaining others with his music.

 

More About Harvie Mays and Margaret Dawe:

Marriage: April 06, 1946, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

 

Notes for George Raynor:

Note: George Raynor was believed to be some 20 years older than my mother. I remember a conversation with my grandparents making a statement that George was almost the same age as my mother's father,  Stanley Dawe. My mother said that George died when he was just over 80.My mother and step-father were never divorced or legally separated. They had been separated for many years when George died in Hamilton, Ontario.

Note: George Raynor was buried in the Raynor Family plot in White Chapel Memorial Gardens in Hamilton, Ontario.

Source of Information: Provided by Margaret Irene Raynor {Mays-Dawe} told to her daughter Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor}in 1983.

 

More About George Raynor and Margaret Dawe:

Marriage: May 26, 1962, Hamilton, Ontario

       

Child of Margaret Dawe and Harvie Mays is:

+      245             i.               Judith Arlene11 Scott, born October 05, 1949 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

        230.  Audrey Doreen10 Dawe (Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born May 22, 1931 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  She married Paul Patterson October 11, 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario, son of Edward Patterson and Dorothy Unknown.  He was born February 24, 1930 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Audrey Doreen Dawe:

Audrey Doreen Patterson {Dawe} was the youngest daughter of Cora and Stanley Dawe .Audrey Doreen Dawe married Paul Patterson of Hamilton, Ontario. They had four children. She is the only living member of the four sister's. She was the only girl out of the four who went to private school. She attended Loreto Academy in Hamilton, Ontario .She graduated in 1950.This was the same school where I would attend some years later. My aunt was famous for shrinking clothes. There was a family joke that if there was anything that needed shrinking just give it to Audrey. We as a family have had many a laughs about that. She always would put knitted items and other fine washables in the dryer when they should of been hung to dry, this is why she got her famous name for shrinking clothes.

 

Another trait of my aunt Audrey is she has kept a dairy about all of our family history and also just about everything she has done in her life time about 60 years of information. There is a saying that if anyone needs to know something about the family, Ask Audrey to look it up in her dairy. Believe me, she has volumes of these little books just jam packed with family history.

 

She has a love for dogs and cats. She too as most of our family enjoys the great outdoors. My aunt and uncle have just returned from a trip {June 2002} to Newfoundland and went to Brigus the birth home of our grandmother and great-grandmother Julia Ann Morgan. They traveled throughout the many places of interest of Newfoundland where our family have roots.

 

More About Audrey Doreen Dawe:

Number of Children: Hamilton, Ontario

 

Notes for Paul Patterson:

Paul Patterson married Audrey Doreen Dawe of Hamilton, Ontario. They had four children.

 

My uncle was a sports minded man who always liked to be outdoors. His past times were hunting, fishing and he liked to scuba dive. He had a love for dogs especially raising Labrador Retrievers. At one time in our family everyone had a Lab for their family pet.

 

He was a multi-talented young man who did a lot of building, designing  with building additions which included a solarium . It was a beautiful room to be in. He decorated both the inside and outside of their home in Burlington, Ontario. He also put in a family size pool in their back yard. We as a family had many pool parties as we the children grew up in Hamilton. I remember going out to my aunt and uncles place for picnics and family gatherings for birthday parties. Every year the highlight was a big fire works display in their backyard for all the children. This was a great event that happened every Labour Day weekend.

 

Uncle Paul was the one who designed and built their family home in Huntsville, Ontario. He has made their home a beautiful place for family to vacation at. He has received many a compliment about his beautiful home in Huntsville.

 

More About Paul Patterson and Audrey Dawe:

Marriage: October 11, 1952, Hamilton, Ontario

       

Children of Audrey Dawe and Paul Patterson are:

+      246             i.               Janice Lynn11 Patterson, born October 16, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario.

+      247            ii.               Donna Lorraine Patterson, born November 06, 1956 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        248           iii.               Lori Ann Patterson, born January 08, 1958 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married George Thomas Turner September 06, 1986 in Hamilton, Ontario; born November 16, 1949 in Ontario.

 

Notes for Lori Ann Patterson:

Note: Lori is my first cousin and she is placed third with being the last born of the three girls. Lori has one brother who was born after she was in 1958. She has always played a major part in her sisters family with maintaining a close relationship to her nieces. She has not had children of her own but has made her nieces her children.

 

She has a warm personality who truly cares about other peoples feelings.

Lori has an outgoing personality who likes to surround herself with friends and family. She is always ready to lend a helping hand when she is needed.

 

Lori is the one in the family who shares the love for Family Genealogy as I have. She has researched her own family history including the Daw, Lockery and Morgan families and has completed a Family tree for each one.

 

This past summer Lori has shared family history with me as I too have completed a Family tree which is dated from 1650 in Ships Cove, NF to this present time. Lori helped fill in the missing pieces for our grandmother, Cora Dawe [Lockery] side of the family. I am very thankful as before she shared this data for the Lockery side of the family I had very little information to go on. With this data I now have it has helped fill in the many areas I lacked for the names and dates of my grandmother's family. I am very grateful to Lori for offering t he assistance she did and providing the data for getting this Lockery family tree completed.

 

Source of Information: Provided by Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor].

 

More About George Turner and Lori Patterson:

Marriage: September 06, 1986, Hamilton, Ontario

 

        249           iv.               Douglas Stanley Patterson, born July 19, 1961 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Jennifer Unknown in Edmonton, Alberta; born in Alberta.

 

Notes for Douglas Stanley Patterson:

Note: Douglas Stanley is the only boy born in the Patterson family and is my first cousin. He was the only grandson of Stanley and Cora Dawe. He was born into a family of three girls. His mother was one of four girls born herself. As you can imagine Doug was quite spoiled with being the only boy in the family.

 

Doug was born on his Aunt Margaret's, [my mother's birthday] July 19, 1961. Doug was always close to his auntie. They both had a very close relationship. It was maintained right up to his aunts death in 2001.There were many visits to his aunts home with his wife Jen before she passed away.

 

One of his last visits to his aunt in hospital was about ten days before she passed away. Doug came to Port Coquitlam to see his auntie with his wife Jen at that time. He came once again just hours before she passed into the presence of her Lord from the affects of colon cancer.

 

Doug shared the same love for golf that she had. Mom golfed for many years and only stopped playing because of the arthritis in her knees. It was quite difficult for Mom to walk long distances so in the end the game was put on hold.

 

Doug told Mom and our family that he would play a game of golf in memory of his auntie. He would dedicate the first game of golf he played after Mom's death the following year when remembering her anniversary one year later.

 

Source of Information: Provided by Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor].

 

More About Douglas Patterson and Jennifer Unknown:

Marriage: Edmonton, Alberta  in the year 2000.

 

        231.  Mary10 Frances Flewitt (Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born November 5, 1931 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married William Pauls, son of Cornelius Pauls and Marie Wiebe.  He was born September 10, 1926  in Alberta and died September 23, 1993  in Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Children of Mary Flewitt and William Pauls are:

+      250             i.               Charles11 William Pauls, born December 25, 1951 in Hamilton, Ontario. He married Carol Ann Enos. She was b December 12, 1953.

+      251            ii.               Susan Mae Pauls, born December 25, 1952, in Hamilton, Ontario. Susan married Paul Clifford Morrison. He was b July 26, 1947.

+      252           iii.               Steven Arthur Pauls, born October 18, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario. He married Cheryl Ann Lenhart. She was b April 24, 1956.

        253           iv.               Thomas Michael Pauls, born September 10, 1957 in Hamilton, Ontario. He married Faye Enos. She was b January 28, 1958.

 

        233.  Miriam10 Jean Flewitt (Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born July 5, 1926  in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married Frank Arthur Bishop. Frank was b of July 9, 1927 the son of Norman  Bishop and Eva Coran.  He was born July 9, 1927 in New Brunswick.

       

Children of Miriam Flewitt and Frank Bishop are:

+      254             i.               Shirley11 Anne Bishop, born May 23, 1957 in Hamilton, Ontario. She married Raymond Edwards. He was b December 26, 1954.

+      255            ii.               Norman Frank Bishop, born February 9, 1953 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Susan Benson. She was b June 29, 1954.

+      256           iii.               David  Kent Bishop, born November 19, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Judy Rosalie Curlew. She was b March 1, 1954.

 

        234.  Grenfell10 Boyd Morgan (Newton9, Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born March 16, 1950 in Cartwright, Labrador.  He married Mary Eleanor Doyle, daughter of Ernest Doyle and Amelia Gorman.  She was born October 04, 1949 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.

       

Children of Grenfell Morgan and Mary Doyle are:

        257             i.               Kelly Ann11 Morgan, born June 25, 1972 in Victoria, BC.

        258            ii.               Trevor Newton Morgan, born July 08, 1976 in Ottawa, Ontario.

        259           iii.               Timothy Ernest Morgan, born July 08, 1976 in Ottawa, Ontario.

Children of Grenfell Boyd Morgan and Mary Eleanor Doyle: The places of  births were all  provided by my 3rd cousin, Grenfell Morgan, the children's father

 

        235.  John10 Byrne Morgan (Newton9, Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born 1954 in Cupids, NF.  He married Pauline Winsor September 19, 1981 in St. James United Church, St. John's, NF.  Pauline Winsor the daughter of Arthur Gladstone Winsor b May 19, 1920 in Wesleyville, Newfoundland and Martha Jean Blanchard b February 13, 1928 in posibly Bear Cove, Newfoundland. Pauline was born September 21, 1961 in St. Johns, NF.

       

Child of John Morgan and Pauline Winsor is:

        260             i.               Charlotte11 Morgan, born September 03, 1982 in St. Johns, NF.

 

        237.  Diane10 Barbara Morgan (Newton9, Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born July 30, 1964 in Gander, NF.  She married Hubert Roy Spurrell, son of Unknown Spurrell and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born in Trinity Bay, NF.

       

Child of Diane Barbara Morgan :

        261             i.               Amanda11 Morgan.

Child of Diane Barbara Morgan and Hubert Spurrell:

        262            ii.               Dane Hubert Spurrell, born in NF.

Notes for Diane (Morgan) Spurrell:

Diane provided the name of her husband, Hubert Roy Spurrell.

 

        238.  June10 G. Morgan (Wilfred9, Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born in Cupids, NF.  She married Edward Dalton, son of Unknown Dalton and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born in NF.

       

Child of June Morgan and Edward Dalton is:

        263             i.               James11 Dalton, born in NF.

 

        239.  Elizabeth10 Edith Morgan (Wilfred9, Edith8 Byrne, Caroline7 Dawe, John6, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born in Cupids, NF.  She married Jeffrey Clark, son of Unknown Clark and Unknown UNKNOWN.  He was born in NF.

       

Child of Elizabeth Morgan and Jeffrey Clark is:

        264             i.               Jeffrey11 Clark, born in NF.

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

        244.  Audrey11 Tressam (Helen Arlene10 Dawe, Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born June 27, 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married Clyde Munt April 11, 1981 in Windsor, Ontario, son of Eric Munt and Blanche St. Pierre.  He was born December 20, 1951 in Windsor, Ontario.

 

Notes for Audrey Tressam:

Note: My first cousin Audrey and I were very close and did many things together as we were only three years a part in age. We spent a lot of time together as little girls growing up in Hamilton, Ontario. I have quite a number of pictures of the both of us at the family home where both of our mothers grew up as young girls. Aunt Helen and my mother were only eighteen months apart and were very close and did many activities together with their daughters .As a consequence Audrey and I spent a great deal of time with each other. I remember all the fun we had when our mothers would take us to the beach for swimming and picnics. There are many pictures where we both were dressed like twins. I am sure this was a carry over from the days when both Aunt Helen Audrey's mother and my mother Margaret were dressed like twins by my grandmother Cora Dawe.

 

Note: Audrey was always an honor roll student and always did very well in her studies. She attended Western University of London, Ontario. She obtained her degree in Physiotherapy. For many years she was the department head at the Hospital in Windsor, Ontario. The past several years she and another colleague have owned and operated their own practice in the Windsor area. They both have done very well for themselves.

 

More About Clyde Munt and Audrey Tressam:

Marriage: April 11, 1981, Windsor, Ontario

       

Children of Audrey Tressam and Clyde Munt are:

        265             i.               Lauren Ashley12 Munt, born August 19, 1984 in Windsor, Ontario.

        266            ii.               Craig  Alexander Munt, born March 26, 1988 in Windsor, Ontario.

 

        245.  Judith Arlene11 Scott (Margaret Irene10 Dawe, Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born October 05, 1949 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  She married (1) Alex-Andre` Bajkor June 27, 1969 in Melrose United Church, Hamilton, Ontario, son of Michael Bajkor and Margaret Unknown.  He was born in France.  She married (2) Thomas David Harry Scott April 09, 1975 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, son of David Scott and Evana Scott.  He was born December 16, 1951 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Judith Arlene Scott:

Judith Arlene Scott {Mays-Bajkor} was the only daughter born to Harvey Harry Mays and Margaret Irene Dawe.I was raised in a loving home by my mother and my grandparents, Stanley and Cora Dawe when my parents separated when I was two and a half years of age. At that time I went to live in Hamilton Ontario in the family home at 73 Hyde Park Avenue, the home where my mother and aunts were raised.

 

It was a home where I was nurtured with much love, care, support and guidance. At the tender age of five I can remember my grandmother walking with me each day to kindergarten. I remember being a very shy little girl and was very nervous attending school. My grandmother was kind and sensitive to the fact of my timidity and nervousness on that first day of school. Each day we would walk to school and my grandmother would sing, skip and play games with me. She made    attending school a fun thing to do. Before long I was enjoying school and got over my nervousness.

 

My grandfather was the one who taught me how to tie my own shoe laces. We were a close knit family that did everything together. I can look back and remember all the fun times I had with my grandparents and the wonderful summer vacations at the family cottage in the northland of Ontario. I was given so much support and learned much from them throughout my life and early growing up years.

 

The music background I inherited from my father and grandparents was also encouraged by my grandmother Cora Dawe as she too had a love for music . In her younger days she learned to play the piano. She loved to sing and I remember sitting at her feet singing with her. I sang in the choir of Melrose United Church in Hamilton Ontario and was involved in the Junior, Intermediate and Senior choirs. This is where I really enjoyed myself.

 

I thank God for my Christian heritage roots that have been passed down to me through my family. My life has been enriched by the influence of my families nurturing, care, love, teaching and acceptance that was given during my growing up years in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Note: Education:

Douglas College: Nursing Program, 1988-1992;

Medical Lab oratory,1983-1984;

A.C.E. Training in Christian Education 1980-1983;

Christian  Counselling  Training Program, 1980

 

Note: Employment History:

Nursing Aide, St. Peters Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario 1967-1968;

Nursing Aide, Dr.Rygiel's  Home for Children, Hamilton, Ontario 1968;

Registered Home Day Care Provider 1977-1980;

Taught the ABC's of Learning to Read Program to young children ages 5 to 7 at Bethesda Christian Center, Ancaster, Ontario 1980-1983

Laboratory Dr. Rygiel's Home for Children, Hamilton, Ontario 1983-1984

Christian Counselor- Crossroads Christian Communications 1980-1993

Missions Services of Hamilton Ontario Christian Counseling 1984-1985

Home Care Nursing Port Coquitlam, BC 1985-1992.  

 

Notes for Alex- Andre` Bajkor:

Note:Alex-Andre` was born in a small town that bordered France. He had a career in Knife Carving .  In the Public Library there is a Book called "The Gun Digest"; Book of Knives 2nd Edition, On page 177 there is a story written about Andre`. In that chapter it tells about Andre's interests and all about his career in Knife Carving.

 

Note: Andre` enjoyed any kind of hunting and especially liked to hunt deer. He was a man who was very keen on Sports and the outdoors.

 

Note: I remember him as being quite talented in Art, he was able to sketch just about anything. Before we were married I remember him with a sketch book and artist pencil designing my wedding dress. We discussed what I was wanting for my dress and he took a pencil and sketch book and began to draw an outline of the dress I described. By the time he finished drawing the outline and filling it in he had pretty well drawn the dress I had described to him. It was amazing the talent he had . If we had more time before our wedding date I am sure Andre` would of designed my dress and had it made for me. He was a very talented young man when we first met. This is what first attracted me to Andre`.

 

Another note of interest,  most of his friends called him Andre` but his family as far as I can remember would always call him "Alex".

 

More About Alex- Bajkor and Judith Scott:

Marriage: June 27, 1969, Melrose United Church, Hamilton, Ontario

 

Notes for Thomas David Harry Scott:

Thomas Scott adopted Judith Arlene Bajkor's children at point of marriage. He adopted both Stanley John and Linda Margaret in 1975 after marriage. Tom was a good father who really loved his children. Not many men would take on someone else' s children and be willing to adopt them and make them his own. He did have a heart of gold. Thomas worked at Dofasco steel company in the blast furnace for many years in Hamilton, Ontario .At one time he and his dad David Scott worked at Dofasco at the same time. Dofasco was very famous for their Christmas parties for the families of their employees. They put on excellent parties for the children. They always had a jolly "Santa Claus" who gave out gifts to each child. Each parent who worked at Dofasco received a big box of  goodies and fruit. This was a highlight for the year for all the families who had loved ones working at Dofasco.

 

More About Thomas David Harry Scott:

Adoption: 1975, Hamilton, Ontario Canada

 

More About Thomas Scott and Judith Scott:

Marriage: April 09, 1975, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

       

Child of Judith Scott and Alex- Bajkor is:

        267             i.               Stanley John12 Scott, born January 25, 1970 in Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Children of Judith Scott and Thomas Scott are:

+      268             i.               Stanley John12 Scott, born January 25, 1970 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

        269            ii.               Linda Margaret Scott, born November 23, 1973 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  She married Darren John Brant August 06, 2000 in Rose Garden, Burnaby Mountain, Burnaby BC; born February 22, 1972 in Powell River, BC.

 

Notes for Linda Margaret Scott:

Linda Margaret was born on a sunny cold day November 23,1973 in Hamilton, Ontario. This is a day I will never forget as long as I will live. It was such a joyous occasion. With great anticipation I arrived at Henderson General Hospital to have my precious baby .In those days you never knew in advance what sex your baby was going to be. I just knew I was going to have my baby and the baby was going to be healthy.

 

I was quite anxious to get into the labor and delivery room to have my  baby. I wanted my baby and was anxious to hold this precious soul in my arms. After a few hours I was able to do just that and was a very happy young mother of a beautiful baby girl. I now had a complete family, a boy and a girl. What more could a mother wish for. Lynn had big blue -grey eyes and a full head of hair that was almost black. She took after her  grandmother as she too was born with a full head of black hair. It wasn't until Lynn became 6 months old that she lost all that black hair. After that she had a full head of blond curly hair. To this day Lynn has never lost her blond hair. Her eyes are still beautiful. Her eyes are now a blue-green color. I remember Lynn's big eyes in the delivery room as they were wide open looking right at me. She never closed those eyes from the time she was born until she left my side heading for the nursery. It was there she would be washed and dressed for her first viewing through the Nursery Room Window to see all her relatives who were waiting patiently to see her for the first time after her birth.

 

Right from the start I knew it was going to be a special relationship I would have with my daughter. In spite of the   early months of colic in which she cried quite a lot and was generally not happy with all the gas pain she had, she did eventually get over it and she developed a personality that was a quiet, caring kind of attitude.

 

As a little girl I can remember the love she had for me and her other family members. She was a sensitive little girl who liked to hug and kiss you and liked to be touched. Lynn always wanted to be close by my side. She was a shy but caring and sensitive little girl right from the start that always wanted to stay close to her mother. We did just about everything together through her growing up years. I think that is why Lynn and I get on so well with each other today.

 

All of these qualities have stayed with Lynn all through her growing up years and today she is an outgoing young woman who gets along with everyone and is a sensitive woman to other peoples needs .Lynn has lost her shyness and is not afraid to share her thoughts and feelings with others. Lynn has developed long lasting friendships with a couple of good friends and she is a loyal friend to them. Lynn is now able to use those qualities of care, sensitivity and concern with others in her work place as a Legal Assistant with a Law Firm here in Vancouver. I am so proud of my girl who has become my best friend and someone who I can confide in when needed.

 

Note: Linda Margaret married Darren Brant in the Rose Garden on Burnaby Mountain, August 6, 2000.

 

Notes for Darren John Brant:

Note: Darren John came into our lives a few years ago through meeting my daughter Linda Margaret who prefers to be called "Lynn". He has brought so much joy t o not only Lynn but to all of our family. Darren is what you would call a peace maker of the family. Whenever Darren comes into a room he always brings peace and joy. Darren has so many positive qualities that always stands out in a group of people. He has a warm and outgoing personality that reaches out to others.

 

Darren has shown so much kindness and love to me all through the years I have known him. He is always ready to lend a helping hand when needed. He is always ready to go the extra mile with never a complaint. His cheery attitude is always welcome no matter where he goes. Darren and Lynn both have been willing t o offer assistance by picking me up with the car for shopping trips and many of her outings. They are both able to help with my wheelchair and never complain. Darren always has a smile on his face. I can't remember ever seeing Darren without a smile. He is never grumpy or out of sorts. I really thank God for Darren. He certainly has brought so much joy and cheer to our household since he came into our lives a few years ago .I have often told Darren he is more of a son to m e than a son-in-law. I consider Darren a son who has brought joy, peace and contentment to my life.

 

Source of Information: Provided by Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor] mother of his wife Linda "Lynn" Margaret Scott.

 

More About Darren Brant and Linda Scott:

Marriage: August 06, 2000, Rose Garden, Burnaby Mountain, Burnaby BC

 

        246.  Janice Lynn11 Patterson (Audrey Doreen10 Dawe, Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born October 16, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married Terry Jackson in Hamilton, Ontario, son of Unknown Jackson and UNKNOWN Unknown.  He was born in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Janice Lynn Patterson:

Note: Janice Lynn is my first cousin. She and I were very close and did many things together. The one thing that really stands out and often brings much laughter by the whole family is the times both Jan and I played ping pong. Even to t his day when I am talking on the telephone with family they always bring up the time when Jan and I had our ping pong tournament in the family home in Burling ton, Ontario. This is where my family would gather to share many Christmas      dinners. We were always a very close knit family who did many things together. I was quite close to Jan and her other sisters and one brother.

 

The one thing t hat stands out for sure when it came to playing ping pong neither one of us would become ping pong champions. That is for sure. We both were not very sports minded. We were not co-ordinated for starters. We both were very clumsy in our actions when it came to playing this game called ping pong. We couldn't make a connection with the bat and the ball no matter how hard we tried.

 

I am sure we were quite a site to be seen. With our ping pong bats in hand we would take t he ball and serve it to each other. This is where the fun began. She would take a swing at the ball and sometimes she would hit the ball but more than enough times she didn't. I was just the same. We would go back and forth for what seem ed forever with everyone laughing including the two of us. We both put a lot in to the game always with great determination we would swing as hard as we could and would hope to hit that ball. When we did make connection with the ball it would be hit with such force that the ball would be sent across the room sometimes just missing someone's head. Every time the ball was hit everyone would take cover hoping their heads wouldn't be hit. This brought much laughter from every one in the family room.

 

To this day my Aunt Audrey always brings up this subject about the days when Jan and I would play ping pong. We were given the name of the "Ping pong champions" for Christmas family gatherings. Every time we went to my aunt and uncles home for Christmas they always had that ping pong table set up in the family room for us to play.

 

This past Christmas day [2002] I talked to my family in Huntsville, Ontario and we had a laugh about this game that was played so many years ago. My aunt said they were planning on having a ping pong tournament. It was going to be in our honor of times past when both Jan and I would entertain our family. It certainly brought a lot of laughter in the background from everyone there at my cousins place.

 

Source of Information : Provided by Judith Arlene Scott [Mays-Bajkor].

 

More About Terry Jackson and Janice Patterson:

Divorce: Hamilton, Ontario

Marriage: Hamilton, Ontario

       

Children of Janice Patterson and Terry Jackson are:

        270             i.               Catharine12 Jackson, born in Hamilton, Ontario.

        271            ii.               Erin Jackson, born in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        247.  Donna Lorraine11 Patterson (Audrey Doreen10 Dawe, Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born November 06, 1956 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married Nick Di Pardo in Hamilton, Ontario, son of Unknown Di Pardo and UNKNOWN Unknown.  He was born in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

Notes for Donna Lorraine Patterson:

Note: Donna is my first cousin second in line of three girls. I was close to my cousin. All through my growing up years I did a lot of activities with Donna and her sisters at their Burlington home. We sure have a wealth of information stored up in our memory banks for the great times we had.

 

I have fond memories of attending Donna and her husbands home for many Christmas dinners after she was married to Nick. She always had a wonderful spread of food and made everyone feel welcome. She certainly had the gift of hospitality. We have always been a very close knit family who shared many family activities.

 

More About Nick Di Pardo and Donna Patterson:

Marriage: Hamilton, Ontario

       

Children of Donna Patterson and Nick Di Pardo are:

        272             i.               Shawn12 Di Pardo, born November 13, 1982 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        273            ii.               Jackie Di Pardo, born February 6, 1984 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        250.  Charles11 William Pauls (Mary10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born December 25, 1951 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Carol Ann Enos. She was b December 22, 1953.

       

Children of Charles Pauls and Carol Enos are:

        274             i.               Michael12 William Pauls, born August 20, 1973 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Rose Dorencec. She was born March 30, 1976.

+      275            ii.               Timothy Charles Pauls b August 12, 1974 in  Hamilton, Ontario. He married Denise Marshall. She was b June 27, 1970.

        276           iii.               Richard  Edward Pauls, born January 6, 1977 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        277           iv.               Holly Ann Pauls, born October 28, 1983 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        251.  Susan11 Mae Pauls (Mary10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born December 25, 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married Paul Clifford Morrison, son of Robert Morrison and Jean unknown.  He was born July 26, 1947.

       

Children of Susan Pauls and Paul Morrison are:

+      278             i.               Robert12 William Morrison, born March 4, 1974  in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Marilyn Johnson. She was b January 24, 1973.

        279            ii.               Gordon Samuel Morrison, born February 7, 1978 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        252.  Steven11 Arthur Pauls (Mary10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born October 18, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Cheryl Ann Lenhart..  She was born April 24, 1956.

       

Children of Steven Pauls and Cheryl Unknown are:

+      280             i.               Steven12 Richard Pauls, born August 8, 1979 in Hamilton, Ontario. He married Sara Murney. She was b November 15, 1978.

        281            ii.               Angela Rachael Mary Pauls, born March 16, 1982  in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        254.  Shirley11 Ann Bishop (Miriam10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born May 23, 1957 in Hamilton, Ontario.  She married Raymond Edwards.  He was born December 26, 1954  in Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Children of Shirley Bishop and Raymond Pauls are:

        282             i.               Raymond Christopher12 Pauls,  born August 4, 1982 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        283            ii.               Carrie Anne Pauls,  born June 12, 1984 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        284           iii.              Timothy Frank Pauls,  born September 28, 1985 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        285           iv.               Scott Bradley Pauls,  born January 8, 1990 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        286            v.               Corinne Victoria Pauls,  born September 22, 1993 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        287           vi.               David Charles Pauls,  born October 14. 1994 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        255.  Norman11 Frank Bishop (Miriam10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born February 9, 1953 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Susan Benson.  She was born June 29, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Children of Norman Bishop and Susan Unknown are:

        288             i.               Brock12 Norman Bishop, born June 3, 1983 in Hamilton, Ontario.

        289            ii.               Lindsay Amanda Bishop, born February 15, 1987 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        256.  David11 Kent Bishop (Miriam10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born November 19, 1954 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Judy Rosalie Curlew. She was born March 1, 1954.

       

Children of David Bishop and Judy Curlew are:

        290             i.               Jonathan12 David Bishop, born April 16, 1980.

        291            ii.               Jennifer Jean Bishop, born August 13, 1982.

 

 

Generation No. 12

 

        268.  Stanley John12 Scott (Judith Arlene11, Margaret Irene10 Dawe, Stanley9, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born January 25, 1970 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.  He married Jodie Lakustra, daughter of Unknown Lakustra and Ann Lakustra.  She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 

Notes for Stanley John Scott:

Note: Stanley John Scott and Jodie Lakustra had one daughter Bailey Judith Ann Lakustra. Stanley John Scott did not marry Jodie Lakustra.

 

Stanley John Scot t was born on a beautiful sunny day in Hamilton, Ontario January 25, 1970. He w as born one month premature at 5 pounds. I remember the doctor saying Stanley John was tiny but wirily. In spite of his smallness he had strength to his tiny hands. He would grab my fingers and hold on tight. He wasn't letting go for any thing. Right from the start Stan was a good natured little boy. He always smiled and never cried only when he was hungry. He was always full of cheer and  never had a day that he was fussy. Even in teething Stan never cried. He was content and happy to suck on his teething ring. He was the type of baby you could put down on a blanket with toys and one who was always content to play with whatever you gave him. He never complained about what you gave him to play with.

 

S tan has always been a good natured young boy who grew up being sensitive to other people's feelings. He was the one who always had a word that made you laugh and forget about your cares and worries. Stan has always had an outgoing personality. He can come into a room and bring much cheer and joy to just about any situation one would find themselves in. You cannot be sad for long with Stan around. He is a young man who truly brings much joy when you are in his presence.

 

I can remember Stan as a young outgoing little boy who was never afraid to make new friends. In the early days we moved a few times and Stan with his outgoing personality would run up to a complete stranger and ask the boy or girl the following question You  "wanna" be my Friend and sure enough a short time later you would see both Stan and his new found friend he had just met playing and having a great time.

 

As family we have often had a laugh or two of all the times when Stan would run up the street and introduce himself to fellow peers an d ask them to be his friends. Stan never lacked for friends. He is still the same today but a little wiser in how he approaches the people he wishes to befriend. As an adult he has developed much artistic talent and has done very well in starting his own business here in British Columbia. I am sure his outgoing personality has helped him in obtaining many contracts for his business.

 

He own s and operates his own Rock and Water Scaping business. Stan can sculpt just about any piece of rock and make something that is drab into a beautiful piece of art. He makes rock and water features for fireplace mantles, Table top water   features complete with a waterfall, rock and water fountains with ponds for private homes and has built rock climbing walls and does just about anything that is possible for a water and rock scaping business.

 

More About Stanley John Scott:

Number of Children: Winnipeg, Manitoba

 

Notes for Jodie Lakustra:

Note: Jodie Lakustra and Stan Scott had one daughter Bailey Judith Ann Lakustra . Stan and Jodie did not marry.

Source of Information provided by Judith Arlen e Scott {Mays-Bajkor].

       

Child of Stanley Scott and Jodie Lakustra is:

        292             i.               Bailey Judith Ann13 Lakustra, born January 26, 1993 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 

        275.  Timothy12 Charles Pauls (Charles11, Mary10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born August 12, 1974 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Denise Marshall.   She was born June 27, 1970 in Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Child of Timothy Pauls and Denise Marshall is:

        293             i.               Jordan13 Timothy Pauls, born January 2 1997 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        278.  Robert12 William Morrison (Susan11 Pauls, Mary10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born March 4, 1974 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Marilyn Johnson.  She was born January 24, 1973 in Hamilton, Ontario.

       

Child of Robert Morrison and Marilyn Unknown is:

        294             i.               Jessica13 Alyssa Morrison, born February 8, 2001 in Hamilton, Ontario.

 

        280.  Steven12 Richard Pauls (Steven11, Mary10 Flewitt, Frances Helena9 Dawe, William8, Elizabeth7 Dawe Of John, John6 Dawe, John5 Daw, John4, John3, Samuel2, William1) was born August 8, 1979 in Hamilton, Ontario.  He married Sarah Murney.  She was born November 15, 1978.

       

Child of Steven Pauls and Sarah Murney is:

        295             i.               Summer13 McKenzie Pauls, born July 13, 2000 in Hamilton, Ontario.