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1  MARTYR, Judith Anne (I5588)
 
2  STYLE, Eleanor (I1927)
 
3  LE MARTRE, Willelmus (I1280)
 
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LEWIS, Minnie Edith (I6200)
 
5 The Registers of All Saints, Banstead
In the County of Surrey
1547-1789
Transcribed & Edited by
F A HEYGATE LAMBERT, Esq, FSA
with the permission of
THE REVERAND E V BUCKLE
VICAR of BANSTEAD
LONDON:
PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE PARISH REGISTER SOCIETY
1896

Banstead Baptism Register, Page 70:
Baptisms in 1749:
John son of George & Sarah HARRISON:
July 12th 1773.


The IGI Individual Record for John HARRISON reads:
Christening:
12th July 1749 at All Saints Parish Church, Banstead, Surrey, England.
Parents: George & Sarah HARRISON.
Batch No: P013721, Dates: 1547-1750.
 
Harrison, John (I2928)
 
6 Baptism Register of the Parish Church of St Peter, Chertsey, Surrey, England reads:
"Page 228, in the Year 1826, Entry No: 1824:
Alfred son of Jesse and Sarah MARTYR, Born on the November 11th, Baptized December 17th, Lock keeper, by C PEMBROKE, Curate".



The 1861 Population Census of England shows Alfred MARTYR, Head, aged 34 years, a Hairdresser's Assistant, born Chertsey, Surrey residing at 54 Blackbism Road, St Ebbe, Oxford, Oxfordshire together with his wife, Ann MARTYR, aged 34 years, born Oxford and their 3 children: Laura Louisa MARTYR, aged 9 years born Chertsey, Surrey, Francis Robert MARTYR, aged 6 years and William Alf(red) Watts MARTYR, aged 1 years, both born Oxford.
(RG 9/895, Page 32, Schedule No 181 - 54 Blackbism Road, St Ebbe, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England),


The 1871 Population Census of England shows Alfred MARTYR, Head, Married, aged 44 years, a Hair Dresser residing at 32 Corn Market, Oxford together with his wife, Ann MARTYR, aged 44 years, born Oxford and their two children, Laura MARTYR, aged 19 years, a Scholar, born Chertsey, Surrey and William MARTYR, aged 11 years and Henry MARTYR, aged 6 years, both Scholars and born Oxford.
(RG10/1438, Folio 65, Page 6, Schedule No 26 - 32 Corn Market, Oxford, England).


The 1881 Population Census of England shows Alfred MARTYR, a Hairdresser, aged 54 years, born Chertsey, Surrey residing at 12 Park End Street together with his wife Ann MARTYR, aged 55 years, born Oxford and their son, William MARTYR, aged 24 years, a Scholar, born Oxford.
(RG11/1503, Page 36, Schedule No 189 - 12 Park End Street, St Thomas, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England).


The 1891 Population Census of England shows Alfred MARTYR, aged 64 years, a Master Hairdresser & Perfumerer, born Chertsey, Surrey and residing at 12 Park End Street, Oxford together with his wife Ann MARTYR, aged 66 years, born St Mary the Virgin, Oxford and their son Henry J MARTYR, aged 26 years, a Hairdresser's Shopman, born St Ebbe, Oxford.
(RG12/1168, Folio 146, Schedule No 173 - 12 Park End Street, St Thomas, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England).


The 1901 Population Census of England shows Alfred MARTYR, Head, aged
74 years, a Hair Dresser, born Woodham [Lock] Surrey, residing at 12 Park End Street, Oxford, Oxon together with his wife Ann MARTYR, aged 76 years, born Oxford, Oxon and their son, Henry J MARTYR, aged 36, a Hair Dresser's Assistant, born Oxford, Oxon and his granddaughter, Laura S MARTYR, aged 15 years, born Walcott, Lincolnshire.
(RG13/1386, Folio 19, Page 27, Schedule No 171 - 12 Park End Street, St Thomas, Oxford, Oxon, England).



General Register Office, Register of Death, Registration District of Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, JAS 1905, Aged 78 years, Volume 3a, Page 499.

Certificate of Death, Registration District of Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England, Entry # 277. On the 17th September 1905, at 25 Abbey Road, St Thomas, Oxford, Alfred MARTYR, aged 78 years, a Hairdresser. Cause of death: Malignant disease od Bowels, Exhaustion - Certified by E W ALDEN, MRCS. Informant: Henry Jesse MARTYR, Son, present at death of the same address, to Registrar, Walter Allen BUTLER on the 19th September 1905.


England & Wales National Probate Calendar
(Index of Wills & Administrations) 1861-1941:

Page 240WILLS. 1905.
MARTYR Alfred of 25 Abbey-road Oxford Hairdresser and perfumer died
17 September 1905 Probate Oxford 17 October to William Alfred Watts Martyr and Henry Jesse Martyr Hairdressers Effects GBP 447 6s. 3d. 
Martyr, Alfred (I1515)
 
7 "Adopted" daughter of Thomas Peter MARTER. See below an extract of Robert Kitzmiller's History of the Marter Family -

"Marian Jarvis was the only child of the marriage of Sarah Cecilia Marter
and Charles Ralph Jarvis. Sarah Cecilia’s father, Thomas Peter Marter, would
not sanction the marriage unless Jarvis would sign a prenuptial document agreeing
that any assets the wife brought to the marriage would be turned over to a
trust, of which he was a trustee, to be reinvested, and that any income therefrom
would be her separate property and in no way subject to Jarvis’ control.
(See 23c.) Upon the birth of Marian, Marter recognized that in the event of
Sarah Cecilia’s early demise, Jarvis might wind up with control of his granddaughters
inherited property, so he simply adopted his granddaughter.

RBK"



PUBLIC ARCHIVES PUBLIQUES Canada
1861 - Parish of HAMPTON

Schedule 1 - Population:
District of North of Hammond River, Parish of Hampton

Number:749Margaret Jarvis, F(emale), Head, aged 40 years, Native, Episcopalian
Number: 750Magnes Jarvis, M(ale), Son, aged 10 years, Native, Scholar,
Episcopalian
Number: 751Marian Marter, F(emale), Niece, aged 19 years, Native, Episcopalian



1901 [Population] Census of Canada

Name:Mrs Chas Pheasant
Marital Status:Widowed
Age:59
Birth Date:28 Dec 1841
Birthplace:Nb
Relation to Head-of-house:Head
Racial or Tribal Origin:English
Nationality:Canadian
Religion:Baptist
Occupation:Farm Owner
Province:New Brunswick
District:Sunbury & Queens
District Number:22
Sub-District:Gladstone
Sub-District Number:C-1
Household Members:Name Age
Mrs Chas Pheasant 59(dob. 28 Dec 1841)
Bertie L Pheasant 23(dob. 20 May 1877)
Charles Pheasant 19(dob. 20 Jun 1881)
Frank E Pheasant 14(dob. 07 Sep 1886)

Source Citation: Year: 1901;Census Place: Gladstone, Sunbury & Queens, New Brunswick. Page 19, Family No: 170.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1901 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1901. Ottawa, Canada: Library and Archives Canada. RG31, T-6428 to T-6556.



1911 [Population] Census of Canada:
As transcribed by Automated Genealogy (Debbie S)

Line:35
Household Number:112
Name:Cheasant Mary (sic) [Marion]
Sex:F
Relation to Head House:Mother
Married/Single etc:W [Widow]
Month of Birth:Dec
Year of Birth:1841
Age:69

Line:34
Household Number:112
Name:Cheasant Charlie (sic) [Pheasant Charles]
Sex:M
Relation to Head House:Head
Married/Single etc:S
Month of Birth:Jun
Year of Birth:1881
Age:30



New Brunswick Provincial Archives, Canada
New Brunswick Cemeteries:

Name:PHEASANT, Marion
Born:Dec 28 1841
Died:Nov 20 1917
Age:--
Place of Birth:--
Place of Death:--
Relationship:w/o Charles Pheasant
Cemetery:Pioneer - Fredericton Junction, Sunbury County
 
Marter, Marian (I5079)
 
8 "His house is No 25 High Street, Guildeford, a well dight house. In 1730 was in hys possesion of the Heart of the holie Peter de Rupibus, Lord Bishop Peter of Winchester". In about 1736 John MARTYR purchased the property in the High Street, Guildford then numbered No 25, now No 155 and now known as Guildford House, from Charles CHILDE.

Guildford Borough:
http://www.guildford.gov.uk
Guildford House History Web Pages

The Martyr Family
This family was well known in Guildford and bought Guildford House in 1736 from the Childe family for £700.

A William Martyr was Mayor in 1545 and again in 1553. Charles Martyr, born in 1587, married Catherine, daughter of Sir George More of Loseley and their son John Martyr was Mayor of Guildford in 1667, 1677, 1682 and 1692. His great-grandson, John Martyr, bought Guildford House in 1736. He was an Attorney and appears as a Magistrate on the list of subscribers to the Guildhall extension.

This family was in continuous occupation of the house for over a hundred years. Most of its male members were lawyers by profession and were known as 'the hereditary Town Clerks of Guildford' being associated with the firm of solicitors which managed the town's legal affairs. It was to John MARTYR that the Surrey antiquarian and historian, William Bray (1736-1832) was articled.

John MARTYR's lease contained a full description of the property with its dwelling house, wash-house and brew-house with rooms above, a stables and a loft with a dovecote in the south-west corner of a walled garden which also had a summer or banqueting house, sometimes called a gazebo. There was also property on the other side of the North Ditch (North Street) shown on the 1739 map of Guildford as 'Mr MARTYR's Garden'. Part of this land was sold in 1803 to the Society of Friends for their Meeting House.


Access to Archives:
West Sussex Record Office:
Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue 3
Catalogue of Additional Manuscripts
Catalogue Ref. Add MSS1001-1514
Creator(s):
West Sussex Record Office

Deeds and other documents of the Prattenton family and their estate in Bury and Bignor: Deeds

Reference: Add Mss1220
Conveyance (Lease & Release) for £180
Creation dates: 22 June 1724

Scope and Content:
Sarah Tickner of Wonersh (co. Surr.), wid., and Christopher Tupper of Bury, yeo. (son and heir of Christopher Tupper of the same, yeo., decd., who was trustee for said Sarah Tickner) to John Luffe of Bury, clerk
Property, as in Add Mss1219 (but now described as a messuage with the barns, buildings, gates, gardens and orchards belonging called Pannells Hold, arable land (4a.) lying in the common field of Bury called the Clay and meadow ground (2a.) lying in the common mead of Bury called Wide Meade otherwise Small Mead; all in Bury and in occ. of Robert Stedman)
The consideration money paid by (b) to said Sarah Tickner
Covenant by said Sarah Tickner that the properties may be held free of all encumbrances except a lease made by her to Robert Stedman
Mark and seal of Sarah Tickner, signature and seal of Christopher Tupper. It appears from the recitals in Add Mss1228, that this deed was not executed by Christopher Tupper before Nov. 1731, and this statement is repeated in the abstract of title in Add Mss1084
Witnesses, to the sealing of Sarah Tickner - Leo: Child, John Shotter, John MARTYR; to that of Christopher Tupper - Richard Randall, Elizabeth Golding


Access to Archives:
West Sussex Record Office:
Additional Manuscripts, catalogue 12
Catalogue Ref. Add Mss 8108-9246

West Sussex Record Office, Chichester
Deeds, 1701 - 1880, relating to the Manor of Thakeham, and property in Billingshurst, Shipley, Sullington and West Grinstead

Reference: Add Mss 8148
Covenant to levy a fine
Creation dates: 9 April 1726

Scope and Content
(a) Henry Whitburne, of Shalford, co. Surrey, yeoman, and Jane, his wife, to (b) John Tickner, of Smithwood in Worcester, co. Surrey, yeoman, and Thomas Tickner, his brother
(a) Covenant to (b) to levy a fine of 7a. pasture adj. (a)'s house in Shalford; plot called Philberts (1a.), meadow called Griggs (3a.), abutting S. on lane from Blackheath to Shalford, E. and W. on lands belonging to Winchester College, and N. on river; Rushy Field (10a.) in Shalford. To the use of Jane Whitburne after the decease of her husband to receive annually the sum of £18
Witnesses: Leonard Child, John Shotter and John MARTYR


Access to Archives:
West Sussex Record Office:
Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue 48
Catalogue Ref. Add Mss 51,251 - 52,250
Creator(s):West Sussex Record Office

Deeds of various parishes: Wisborough Green
Reference: Add Mss 51,434
Lease for a year
Creation dates: 3 July 1728

Scope and Content
Lease missing
(a) John Laker of Wisborough Green, yeo
(b) John Hunt of Hascombe, Surrey, yeo., and Edmund Baxter of Dunsfold, Surrey, blacksmith
Messuage farm and lands called Quennells in Wisborough Green, now in the occupation of Richard Heyward; purchased by John Laker, uncle to (a) from William Jackman: Consideration: 5s
Witnesses: Levi Child, Richard Ford, Ben Burell, John MARTYR.


Surrey History Centre, Woking
Collection ref: 1482 MANOR OF CRASTOCK ALIAS CRAWSTOCK OR CRANSTOCK, ALIAS BRIDLEY, WOKING AND WORPLESDON: COURT ROLLS AND RENTALS, 1553-1826
Deposited in February 1986 by Barlows, Solicitors, of Guildford. There is no record of how the rolls came to be held by Barlows (formerly Capron and Sparkes and then Barlow, Norris and Jenkins), the successors of a firm started in 1816 by Charles Niblett and John Rand.
Bibliography:
For the history of this manor see Manning and Bray, History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, vol I, pp127-8 and Victoria County History, vol iii, p387. Manning and Bray (vol I, 1804), cites court rolls from 7th year of Edward VI to 1742, the earliest rolls (or their drafts) in this deposit (1482/1-3) as far as the first court of Charles Childe. They go on to say that the manor then passed to John Tickner and subsequently to Richard Hollingworth, which these rolls confirm. An added sentence (copied by the Victoria County History), stating that the manor was sold by Richard Hollingworth to Sir Fletcher Norton is, however, contradicted by the roll (1482/3)

Item ref: 1482/3:
Court roll, courts baron, 10 membranes (a-j)
a) Court baron of Leonard Childe, 12 Sep 1728, with rental
a-c) 1st court baron of Charles Childe, 11 Jun 1742
c-d) 1st court baron of John Tickner, 29 May 1759
d-e) 1st court baron of Richard Hollingworth, 13 Jul 1770
e) Court baron of Richard Hollingworth, 5 Jun 1786
f-g) General court baron of Richard Hollingworth, 8 Jun 1796
g-h) General Court baron of Richard Hollingworth, 6 Jul 1808
i) First general court baron of Philip Hollingworth, 8 Jul 1813
j) First general court baron of Bourdillon, 5 Sep 1826

Stewards: John MARTYR 1728-1759; Samuel Shaen 1770;
Thomas Sibthorpe 1786-1813; John Allen Sibthorpe 1826
Date(s): 12 Sep 1728 -5 Sep 1826. [Starts: 17280912][Ends: 18260905]



Surrey History Centre, Woking
Collection ref: 5021RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (QUAKERS), GUILDFORD: RECORDS OF MEETING HOUSE PREMISES, 1557-1964

Deposited by Mr V White, on behalf of Guildford Preparative Meeting, in May 1991.
Introduction:
The site of the first property of the Guildford Society of Friends was acquired in 1673. It was a 'tenement gateroom' and 'garden plot' near the back gate of the Crown Inn near the North Town Ditch (now North Street). The National Westminster Bank now occupies the site of the Crown Inn. The Quakers had right of way to their property from the High Street 'at all times from four of the clock in the morning to ten of the clock in the evening every day if occasion serve for ever' (see 5021/1/7-8). This right of way resulted in contention over the years between the owners of the Crown Inn site and the Friends (see 5021/1/28 & 33, 5021/1/7-8). The right of way was lost in 1927 when the site, now a disused burial ground, was conveyed by the Society of Friends to the Corporation of Guildford under the Open Spaces Act 1906.The gateroom, originally acquired as a Meeting House, was demolished in 1805 when a site was purchased to build a new Meeting House (see 5021/2/5-6). The land was part of the garden of John MARTYR and adjoined the North Town Ditch opposite the site of the original Meeting House. Subscriptions to raise funds for the new Meeting House began in 1803 (see 5021/3/1). Copies of the bills from the workmen for the building of the Meeting House also form part of this collection (see 5021/3/3/). They include a bill from Edward Upton, bricklayer 'to pull down Meeting House' in March 1805 and recording the building of the new House in 1806.In May 1827 an additional plot of town waste land was acquired on the North Town Ditch leading to the Meeting House (see 5021/2/8). The frontage on Ward Street was purchased in April 1875 to provide access to the Street (See 5021/1/2). A plan of the Meeting House site in 1875 by the architect Henry Peak highlights the new site (See 5021/3/4).Related recordsSee also G124, G134, 1623.
Bibliography:
Many of the documents in 5021/ are reproduced in Early Quakerism in Guildford by Herbert Rowntree; Guildford (1952).

Series ref: 5021/2/DEEDS RELATING TO THE NORTH STREET AND WARD STREET PROPERTY
Date(s): 1736 - 1883

Item ref: 5021/2/1-2
Attested Copy Lease and Release
1) Charles Child now or late of Guildford, esq, devisee named in last Will and Testament of Leonard Child of Guildford, gent, his late uncle, of premises mentioned, and his brother Leonard Child of London, esq, nephew and heir-at-law of Leonard Child, deceased
2) John MARTYR of Guildford, gent Messuage in Holy Trinity, Guildford, The Crown - West, messuage bearing the sign of The Castle, East High Street - South, North Town Ditch North, purchased by John Child, gent, grandfather of the two Child parties hereto, from John and Thomas Gardiner, and by him rebuilt, and also back bricked building standing across part and parcel of yard or gateroom of The Castle, now used for Wash House and Brew House with rooms above and also stable and loft above in Holy Trinity adjoining stable and yard of Child House on South West, Barn of Mrs Maybank on East and North Town Ditch on North.Formerly purchased by Leonard Child, deceased, of Edmund Munday, and also ground with barn built by John Child the grandfather, ground being granted to him out of the waste by the Corporation, and is on South of the garden wall and garden of Charles Child in Stoke next Guildford and on North of backyard of Charles Child and the highway there, and also garden with Banquetting or Summer house walled round. South-North, Town Ditch and barn just mentioned. East, garden and buildings of Mr Gilham. North, garden occupied by Richard Kensett belonging to Baptists. West, barn and yard of Mr Shudall and Frog Lane which was purchased by said John Child of Richard Young and walled round. 2 itemsConsideration: £7000
Date(s): 20-21 Oct 1736. [Starts: 17361020][Ends: 17361021]

Item ref: 5021/2/3
Copy of grant of right of Charles Child of Farnham, esq, sole executor of Leonard Child his uncle, deceased, heir-at-law of his brother Leonard Child, deceased, who was himself heir-at-law of Leonard Child his uncle, who was sole executor of John Child his father, who left £100 of which the interest was for the poor of Holy Trinity parish. Leonard Child made the interest (£5) chargeable on his dwelling house and garden which has now been sold to John MARTYR, who is now given authority to distribute the said £5.
Date(s): 8 Nov 1751 [Starts: 17511108][Ends: 17511108]



Access to Archives: Derbyshire Record Office:
FitzHerbert of Tissington:
Catalogue Ref. D239 - Title Deeds:
Surrey Estates, Tanhurst (Wotton).

File ref D239 M/T 965-967
Date 1740.
From Scope and Content:
Lease and release (with counterpart) to bar entails by Francis CHARMAN of Guildford, Yeoman, and Mary his wife, (daughter of Henry SPOONER, deceased) to John MARTYR of Guildford, gent. of two messuages and lands called Tanhurst and Leithers, and a messuage and closes called Winterfields upon trust to levy a fine on premises, and to suffer a recovery by Henry BURDOX of Clements Inn gent. to use of such person as Francis and Mary shall direct.
Dated 30/31 May 1740.


File ref D239 M/T 968
Date 1740.
From Scope and Content:
Final concord between John MARTYR plaintiff and Francis CHAPMAN and Mary his wife deforciants of three messuages, three barns, three stables, two gardens, five orchards, 90 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 40 ares of pasture, 50 acres of wood, and an acre of water in Wooton. Consideration £100.
Dated 2 June 1740.

Access to Archives:
West Sussex Record Office:
Additional manuscripts, catalogue 26
Catalogue Ref. Add MSS 20,001 - 21,100
West Sussex Record Office

Miscellaneous deeds, 1329-1850, and pedigrees of the Bowyer, Buckton, Denton, Merrick and Peachey families

HARDHAM
FILE - Receipted bill for £11 13s. 7d. from John Martyr to Mr. Merrick and his wife, and Susannah and Penelope Woodyer, for a Common Recovery - ref. Add Mss 20,489 - date: 23 December 1754



Acess to Archives: Godalming Museum:
WOODS Collection
Catalogue reference PW.
Creator - WOODS, Percy, 1842-1922, local historian of Godalming, Surrey.
Deeds relating to lands of the CHALCROFT family in Chiddingfold, Surrey ref. - PWD/6.
File Deeds relating to Thomas PENFOLD's part of Cherfold - ref - PWD/6/3 dated 1628-1727.
Item: Memorandum from John FLUTTER - ref. - PWD/6/3/15 dated 27th July 1751.
Item: Assignment of the mortgage on Cherfold and Hallands Moor to Bennett WARNER in trust by the executors of John FLUTTER's will ref. - PWD/6/3/19 dated 18th June 1757.

Reference: PWD/6/3/15.
Memorandum from John FLUTTER that he received 7 other deeds along with the mortgage.
Creation dates: 27 July 1751
Extent and Form: One slip of paper
Scope and Content:
Memorandum from John FLUTTER that he received 7 other 'parchment writings' from Mr MARTYR along with the mortgage [PWD/6/3/12].

Reference: PWD/6/3/18
Assignment of the mortgage on Cherfold and Hallands Moor to Bennett WARNER in trust by the executors of John FLUTTER's will
Creation dates: 18 June 1757
Extent and Form: One parchment deed
Scope and Content:
Assignment of mortgage between
(1) Henry FLUTTER, John MARTYR and John SHOTTER, all of Guildford, Surrey, gentlemen, executors of the will of John FLUTTER late of Guildford, grocer,
(2) Richard BARTLETT of Chiddingfold, blacksmith,
(3) John CHALCROFT of Chiddingfold, gent, and
(4) Bennett WARNER of Godalming, Surrey, apothecary, on messuage, barn and lands called Cherfold containing about 32 acres, and a piece of ground called Hallands Moor containing about 2 acres, leased in a deed of 10 August 1621 from John EDE of Rovers in Chiddingfold, yeoman, to Abraham BAKER of Catsprye, Chiddingfold, husbandman.


Access to Archives: West Sussex Record Office:
The Hurst Manuscripts:
Catalogue reference. HURST Mss
Charmans later called Ryder's Farm:

File: Conveyance by Lease & Release, Thomas RYDE, (son) to John ALDERLY of Clements Inn and John MARTYR of Guildford
ref: - Hurst Mss/Acc 5121/45
dated 18th & 19th January 1754.

File: Recovery, parchment with seal John MARTYR, demandant, and John ADDERLY, tenant:
ref: - Hurst Mss/Acc 5121/46
dated 27 Geo 2.


A2A. Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue 26.
West Sussex Record Office
Miscellaneous Deeds, 1329-1850 and Pedigrees of the BOWYER, BUCKTON, DENTON MERRICK and PEACHY Families.

Parish of HARDHAM
Scope and Content
Tenement, garden and 15a. land in Hardham
Reference: Add Mss 20,489
Receipted bill for £11 13s. 7d. from John Martyr to Mr. Merrick and his wife, and Susannah and Penelope Woodyer, for a Common Recovery
Creation dates: 23 December 1754


A2A: Surrey History Centre.
The LOSELEY Manuscripts: Record of the MORE and MORE-MOLYNEAUX Family of Loseley Park.
Catalogue Reference LM.
Family Settlements and records Relating to Descent of the LOSELEY Estate.
File: Letters of attorney of Jane MOLYNEAUX to John MARTYR of Guildford, attorney at law, authorizing him to receive her share under her parent's marriage settlement.
ref. - LM/1127/12 dated 20th April 1768.

Manorial & Hundreds Records:
Godalming Hundred and Manor - Appointment of Officers:
File: - Appointment of John MARTYR as Steward of Godalming Hundred by Sir William MORE MOLYNEAUX.
ref. - LM/652 dated 29 September 1753.

Title to the Hundred and Manor of Godalming:
File: - Schedule of Court Rolls, books and papers relating to the manors of Godalming and Godalming Enton (recorded together) and Catteshall in the hands of John MARTYR of Guildford, Steward.
ref: - LM/264 dated 19th September 1765.

Haselmere Manor and Borough:
Title to the Manor:
File: - Mr MARTYR's receipt for deeds and papers received from Sir MORE MOLYNEAUX and handed over to Philip Carteret WEBB, relating to John BILLINGHURST of Coldwaltham, Sussex, and to the Manor of Haselmere, 2 copies.
ref: - LM/1587 dated 1753.

Papers Relating to the Office of Justice of the Peace:
General Sessions Business, Including Complaints Against Justicees:
File: - Appointment by Sir William MORE MOLYNEAUX of John MARTYR as his attorney to vote at the next Quarter Sessions for the removal of John LUFF, constable of Haselmere, and his replacement by Edward UPFOLD; [see LM/1156 & LM/1186, section A].
ref: - LM/1067/3 dated 1st October 1753.


Reference Code: 1775
ROYAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL, GUILDFORD: RECORDS
Creation dates: 1553-1965
Royal Grammar School, Guildford, 1552-1965
Deposited by the Headmaster and the Clerk to the Governors of the school between 1968 and 1976.

STATUTES AND ORDINANCES, AND PAPERS RELATING TO SCHEMES OF GOVERNMENT

Reference: 1775/2/2
Parchment [?fair] copy of the statutes and ordinances concerning the ordering, governing and direction of the schoolmaster, usher and scholars of the free Grammar School of King Edward VI. Signed but not sealed by Thomas Bishop of Winchester. Parchment binding. This copy was used as evidence in a legal dispute between the headmaster, the Revd John Pearsall, and the mayor and approved men of Guildford. The cover, which has been placed upside down and back to front, is endorsed: '...At the execution of a Commission for Examination of witnesses in this cause on the 25th
day of Aug 1766 this book marked with the letter A was exhibited by as [sic] and shown to Mr John MARTYR and by him was deposed at the time of his Examination. Signed Josiah Brown, Sam. Park, James Shrubb, John Chandler'. Enclosure: note on document by Mr DM Sturley, 30 Nov 1969.
Creation dates: 16 Sep 1656


Access to Archives:
Surrey History Centre: BRAY Family of Shere: Manorial and Estate Records and Family Papers, including of William BRAY (1736-18320, Antiquarian.
Catalogue Reference: G85.
Title Deeds, BRAY Estate and Collected Deeds.
BRAY Family Settlements and probate, including the manors of Shere Vachery and Cranleigh, Gomshall Netley and Gomshall Towerhill.

File: Lease and release to make a tenant in the precipe, and deed to lead the uses of recovery;
(1) The Rev George BRAY of Puttenham, clerk, and Ann BRAY of Shere, his mother, widow of Edward BRAY;
(2) John ADDERLEY of Clements Inn, Middlesex, gent;
(3) John MARTYR of Guildford, gent; Manors of Shere Vachery and Cranleigh, Gomshall Towerhill and Gomshall Netley.
Ref: - G85/13/491-2 dated 19th January 1754.

File: Exemplification of a recovery; John MARTYR, demandant; John ADDERLEY, tenant; Rev George BRAY, vouchee; Manors of Shere Vachery and Cranleigh, Gomshall Netley and Gomshall Towerhill.
ref: - G85/13/492 dated 10th February 1754.


Surrey History Centre, Woking
Collection ref: 5079
MANOR OF SMITHBROOKE, DUNSFOLD: PAPERS, 1657-1789
Provenance Purchased by Guildford Muniment Room from D P White of Rusper in March 1992. IntroductionThe manor of Smithbrooke, Dunsfold, was originally in the possession of the Knights of St John, and was an appurtenance of their preceptory of Poling, Sussex. Elizabeth I granted the manor to Edward Wymarke who appears to have sold it to George Austen of Shalford, who died seised of it in 1621. From that time it descended with the rectory of Shalford.Gover's The Place Names of Surrey, has the manor of Smithbrooke in the parish of Bramley.

Item ref: 5079/11Notice from John MARTYR, steward, of court baron on 22 September to be held at the house of Edmund Field Date(s): 1 Sep 1760
[Starts: 17600901][Ends: 17600901]

Item ref: 5079/13 Minutes of the first court baron of Joane Austen by John MARTYR, steward Date(s): 22 Sep 1760 [Starts: 17600922][Ends: 17600922]


Access to Archives:
West Sussex Record Office:
Additional Manuscripts, catalogue 14
Catalogue Ref. Add Mss 10,294-11,300
Deeds 1559/60 - 1926, of property mainly in Kirdford and Wisborough Green

Reference: Add Mss 10,457
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
Creation dates: 17 December 1765

Scope and Content
John Laker, of Wisborough Green, gent. and Mary, his wife (sister of John Pay, of Kirdford, esq., dec'd. and his co-heir with John Seward, eldest son of John Seward, dec'd., who was eldest son of Ann, other sister of John Pay) to George Barrett, of Wintershall in Bramley in Shalford, co. Surrey, gent. and William Budd, of Alton, co. Hants., Surgeon
I Moiety of property as in Add Mss no. 10,445, and tithes of rectory of Kirdford; messuage, half yard land and closes called Elliotts (30a.); tenement called Maystards alias Smithes (16a.); 2a. close, and 3r. meadow; messuage and farm called Brewhurst (225a.), now in occ. of Hannah Seward; mill and 1a. land called the Mill Garden, also in occ. of Hannah Seward, all in Wisborough Green
II Messuage and land called Farm House, the Grove (6a.), the Assetts (11a.), the Rundwicks alias Jupps (18a.), and 2a. meadow in Stopham Mead, meadow called Bath Pool Mead (7a.), Hides Coppice (7a.), Clunns alias Gardners (7a.), Great Hunts (20a.), Hides (20a.), Candlerush Brook (3a.), Mardens Mead and Brookland (14a.), messuage and land called Carters alias Holydayes, messuage and lands called Little Hunts, and coppice ground called Combottom (20a.), coppice ground called Harwoods (3a.), coppice ground called Jupps, coppice called the Burchwood (16a.), Holydayes Piece (4a.) in the Burchwood, farm and lands called Penns alias Braziers and Nicholls (55a.), and 20a. common, 2a. meadow in Stopham Mead, Emseys (4a.), 2a. 3r. land in Hapsey Mead, 1r. land in Stopham Mead, all in Stopham
III Messuage and land called Magotts (½a.) in Loxwood in Wisborough Green
IV Messuage and lands called Ivold alias Ifold and Swearfield (272a.) in Dursfold, co. Surrey and Kirdford
V Land at Buriton and Weston, in Buriton, co. Hants. called Burrough Mead (6a.) and 2a. meadow
VI Cricket Field (4a.) in Petersfield, co. Hants
To George Barrett and William Budd in trust for the sole use of Mary, wife of the said John Laker, and after her decease to pay to the said John Laker, if still alive, £1,000, and to the uses of the said Mary Laker's will
Witnesses: Thomas Steer, John MARTYR and Henry Comber


Reference: Add Mss 10,459
Assignment. Consideration £750
Creation dates: 30 June 1770

Scope and Content
(a) Mary Laker, of Loxwood in Wisborough Green, widow, (relict and sole ex'trix. of John Laker, late of Loxwood, esq., dec'd.); (b) Anne Balchin, of Arlington, co. Surrey, widow; (c) Elizabeth Penfold, of Loxwood, widow (relict of Thomas Penfold, late of Loxwood, yeoman, dec'd., née Stempe); (d) John King, of Grant House, in Loxwood, gent
Recites Add Mss no. 10,453
Property as in Add Mss no. 10,395
In consideration of £300 paid by (d) at the request and by the direction and appointment of (c) to (b), and of £450 paid by (d) to (c), from (c) and (b) at the request and by the direction and appointment of (c) to (d)
Witnesses: Richard Billingshurst, John MARTYR, William Hard, John Butcher, H. Challen, Thomas Steer and Reeve Ballard


Reference: Add Mss 10,460, 10,461
Mortgage; with bond. Consideration £350
Creation dates: 1 July 1770

Scope and Content
(a) John King, of Great House, Loxwood in Wisborough Green, gent
(b) Ann Balchin, of Arlington, co. Surrey, widow (sole ex'trix. of Thomas Galler, late of Tillington, yeoman, dec'd.); (c) John Sparkes, of Bramley, in Shalford, co. Surrey, yeoman, and William Shaw, of Guildford, co. Surrey, apothecary (trustees named in the will of the said Thomas Galler)
Property as in Add Mss no. 10,395
Witnesses: Richard Billinghurst and John MARTYR


Access to Archives:
West Sussex Record Office:
Deeds of property in Wisborough Green and Kirdford, 1628/9 - 1797, Abinger, co. Surrey, 1725, and of the manor of Slindon, 1864
Reference: Add Mss 8653-8655

Marriage settlement; with two counterparts
Creation dates: 19 January 1773
Scope and Content
(a) George Barrett, sen. of Wintershall in Bramley in Shalford, co. Surrey, gent., and Ann his dau.; (b) John Napper of Malhams in Wisborough Green, gent.; (c) George Barrett, jun. (son of George Barrett, sen.), and John Napper, jun., of Howick in Rudgwick, yeoman. Recites lease for 10,000 years, 18 March 1563/4, by Henry, Earl of Arundel, John, Lord Lumley and Lady Jane his wife, for £53 to Harry Champyon of Wisborough Green, yeoman, of -
I. Tenement, etc. called Whites in Wisborough Green, parcel of the manor of South Stoke; lands, tenements, etc. called Baggs in Wisborough Green, parcel of the same manor. In all 54a
Recites that Francis Champyon, son and exor. of Walter Champyon, who was son and exor. of Harry Champyon, assigned the premises, 25 March 1630, to John Francis of Wisborough Green, yeoman, who assigned, 20 Sept. 1649, to John Mills of Brewhurst in Wisborough Green -
II. Godhurst Field, Coppice Field, Croft Close, Hill Field and Bridge Field (in all 20a.) being parcel of Whytes in Wisborough Green -
Subject to the payment of £100
Recites that Whites and Baggs became vested in John Francis who assigned them, 24 June 1657, for £500 to Dorothy Barrett of Witley, co. Surrey, and that Alice Francis, widow and admin'trix of the said John released them to her by deed poll dated 3 Oct. 1661
Recites that Property II came to be vested in John Quennell of Loxwood in Wisborough Green, butcher, and Mary his wife, who assigned it, 9 Oct. 1661, for £102. 10s. 0d. to the said Dorothy Barrett
Recites that all the property became vested in George Barrett of Witley, yeoman, who by will, 13 March 1720, devised it to his son and exor., John Barrett
Recites death of John Barrett, intestate, and that his brother George Barrett, party to this deed, took out Letters of Administration
Recites intended marriage between (b) and Ann Barrett who is entitled to a legacy of £500 under the will of her great aunt, Mary Laker (see Add Mss 8652) not yet paid and it is agreed to be assigned by her, the legatee, to (c) in trust
John Napper, father of (b) having settled certain freeholds lands in Wisborough Green on his son (c), George Barrett (father of Ann) agrees to augment his daughter's fortune by paying to (c) £400 on the solemnization of the marriage and covenants with (c) that within one month of his death a further £500 shall be paid and that the leasehold properties shall be assigned to them in trust. George Barrett, sen. now assigns Properties I and II to (c) in trust for (b) and Ann Barrett and their children. The £900 is to be invested and held on trust to the same uses.
Witnesses: William White, John MARTYR and John Smither


Reference: Add Mss 8656
Bond in £800
Creation dates: 9 July 1774

Scope and Content
John Napper, as (b) in Add Mss 8653, to (c) as in Add Mss 8653
To pay £400 borrowed under an agreement expressed in Add Mss 8653
Witnesses: John MARTYR and Joseph Pickstone.


Access to Archives:
East Sussex Record Office:
Archive of the HOPER family of London, Steyning, Lewes, East Grinstead and Portslade, and the Constable family of Cowfold and Ringmer

ARCHIVE OF THE HOPER FAMILY OF LONDON, STEYNING, LEWES, EAST GRINSTEAD AND PORTSLADE, AND THE CONSTABLE FAMILY OF COWFOLD AND RINGMER

Catalogue Ref. HOP
HOPER family of London, West Sussex and East Sussex
Constable family of West Sussex and East Sussex

JOHN HOPER OF LEWES
Cossum Family - ref. HOP/43
Reference: HOP/43/5
Assignment of mortgages and bonds
Creation dates: 24 June 1780

Scope and Content
a) Richard Cossum of Hastings, shopkeeper, administrator of Ann Colgate of Tonbridge, co. Kent, deceased, and of John Colgate of Tonbridge, co. Kent, deceased, (b) Winifred Cossum of Hastings, spinster
Mortgage of 1757 by Thomas Fry of Speldhurst, co. Kent to John Colgate of "Mitchells" in Speldhurst and other lands there, for £468, and additional mortgage of 1770 for £100
Loan on security dated 1764, of £800 by John Colgate to Francis Austen
Bond of £120 dated 1770 of Nicholas Corke of Tonbridge, yeoman, and John Corke of Hadlow, yeoman, to John Colgate
Bond of £200, dated 1774 of Richard Bellingham of Tonbridge to Ann Colgate
Bond of £62 dated 1776 of William Willard and John MARTYR to Richard Cossum.


A2A: Surrey History Centre: Surrey Quarter Sessions: Records
Catalogue Reference: QS
Sessions Bundles ref: - QS2/6/
File Epiphany Sessions 1780 - ref. QS2/6/1780/Eph/ dated 1780.
Item: Letter from John MARTYR who has been ordered to write about the state of Cobham Bridge by the Speaker who found it in a bad state of repair when he last came into the county.
ref: - QS2/6/1780/Eph/60 dated 1780.



The National Burial Index for England & Wales, Second Edition, Disc Ser No 2, Burials 1761-1825, reads:
"On the 10th May 1781, John MARTYR, at Holy Trinity Church, Guildford, Surrey, England".

















 
MARTYR, John (I2674)
 
9 "Married, St Andrews, Thursday last by Rev. Dr. Alley,
Peter Marter, Esq., and Jane Augustus, eldest daughter of Harris Hatch, Esq., Barrister-at-Law."

WO [Probably World Observer] 14th May 1838
New Brunswick Vital Statistics, SLC 971.5 V2nb, Vol. 5.



"Peter Marter of St. John married Jane Augusta Hatch
with consent of parents on 10 May 1833 by Jerome Alley, D.D.
Witnesses: George and Peter Stubs(?) Registered 13 May 1833"

Marriage Records, St. Andrews, Charlotte Co., N.B. [New Brunswick]


New Brunswick Provincial National Archives, Canada
Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 5 Number 824

Date:May 14 1833
County:Saint John
Place:Saint John
Newspaper:The Weekly Observer

The language of the text is the original used in the newspaper entry and as transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson. Records acquired by the Provincial Archives are not translated from the language in which they originat

"m. St.Andrews, Thursday last, by Rev. Dr. Alley, Peter MARTER, Esq. / Jane Augusta HATCH eldest d/o Harris HATCH, Esq. Barrister at Law. NBC CG." 
Family F009
 
10 "My Mother's clan is Waite and I have them back to 1588 in England. My father's side is Pope and I hit my wall nine years ago. I do keep trying to find family but I'm sure the only way would be through the DNA databases. My Grandfather was a home child who came to Canada on the Empress of Ireland through the Fegan organization. His mother gave birth to him in Reading, England in 1897 and she passed away from complications of cysts on the fallopian tube that ruptured during delivery. The informant on the birth certificate was Joseph Pope who was the master of the
St Mary's union house at Reading. Unfortunately the records for this institution did not survive.

A friend of mine purchased a house in Simcoe that had a large walk-in safe in the basement; it had a rounded top and vented in the rear. This really intrigued me. William Finlay among many other businesses owned a distillery and this is where he kept his product. This is the home Cecelia grew up in; however, they did own another large elegant home in Vittoria also. Finlay was the first citizen here to be a "lending institution". My wife always says that most people will look to find a needle in a hay stack but my husband looks for hay stacks just to see if there are needles in them. Finlay is not well known here because many of our earliest records were lost in two fires. The [Norfolk] Historical Society knew he was an early business man and that his father James Jr had shares in the NWFT Co. I would like to see him get the accolades he deserves for his importance in the development of Norfolk County. I have found three families he helped set up their businesses and they have named a son each William Finlay and then their last name. To me it speaks volumes of this person and in what regards some held him in. I would love to find direct descendants of Cecilia and W P Marter because my information and logic tells me they are the most likely [ones] to have historical documentation, pictures or oral history of the family back to William."

Source: E-mail:

From:Paul Popeparakletos@sympatico.ca
To:Tony Martertonymarter@aol.com
Date:Fri, Aug 21, 2009 5:05 pm


"I am not researching the Marter line but I'm trying to find written records and portrait of Cecilia's Grandfather William FInlay who was the first lending institution in Norfolk County. I think the spelling on the monument where W P Marter and family are interred maybe incorrect. The son's middle name is possibly spelled Finlay not Finley. The significance is Cecelia is a descendant of the very famous James Finlay and James Finlay Jr. as well as Richard Dobie who was the wealthiest merchant in Montreal in the 1760-70. James married one of Richard's grandchildren and was the second Scot to winter over with the Indians and bring back canoes full of pelts. James did this for many years as an independent fur trader. He also was in private business and hired Sir Alexander Mckenzie into his company. Later, after James and his colleagues formed the North West Fur Trading Co. many of the explorers such as Peter Thompson, Simon Frasier, Frobisher etc. worked through this company and discovered much of Canada and the US. They all became quite wealthy. James Sr also had a country wife who had a child named Jaques (Jocco) FInlay. He was trained by his father the business of setting up the trading posts. He also helped guide Mckenzie on one of his expeditions. There is much information about Jocco online. Cecelia's name was Augusta Elizabeth."

Source: E-mail:

From:Paul Popeparakletos@sympatico.ca
To:Tony Martertonymarter@aol.com
Date:Fri, Aug 21, 2009 12:46 am



http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca//DetailView.php
Manitoba, Canada Vital Statistics
Detailed Death Information:

Registration Number:1925-048116
Last Name:MARTER
Given Names:CECELIA A E A (sic)
Date of Death:30/10/1925
Place of Death:WPG [WINNIPEG]
Age at Death:74
Unit of Age:YEARS


Also known as "Minnie".


Burial: Index Cards from
St John's Cathedral Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

MARTER, CECELIALOT 57, BLOCK 66

Died: October 30, 1925
Age: 74 years
Buried: November 3, 1925
Undertaker: KERR

Records transcribed from photocopies of card index by Al WILLIAMSON in 1998 
Finlay, Cecelia Augusta Elizabeth (I3008)
 
11 #15787C
Inventory of the personal
Estate of
William Marter decsd

Recd September 9th AD
1852 and recorded
in Book F of Inventories
page 310 etc in the Surrogates
Office of the County of Burlington
[Signed] Benj ??? Nathan
Surrogate

Value of Estate $422.02

[Signed] H H Marter}
} Executors
H W S Cleveland}

William Marter}
} Appraisers
Thomas B Oliver} 
MARTER, William (I5775)
 
12 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Family F73
 
13 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Family F72
 
14 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Collett, Jessie Frances (I3063)
 
15 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Collett, Edward George (I3062)
 
16 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Collett, Lucy Amelia (I3061)
 
17 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Collett, Anthony Emanuel (I3060)
 
18 (Information from the Family Bible of Eric LOBEL-DUNKLEY, "Cinsera", Victoria Lees, Eaglesfield, Lockerbie, Scotland DG11 3PH). Collett, Walter Dudley (I3050)
 
19 16 Aug 1947
Perth, Western Australia
Family Notices (1947, August 16). The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), p. 13 (LATE SPORTS). Retrieved October 6, 2016, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article79610489

DEATH NOTICES
CORPACCIOLI. — On August 16th, 1947. Charles Corpaccioli, of 252 Stirling Street, Perth, dearly beloved husband of the late Alda Wilhelmina Corpaccioli and loving father of Tossie (Mrs. Sheridan), loved grandfather of Carl, Aida (Mrs. G. H. Tilley). Owen, Roma (Mrs. W. J. Duff), and Brinsley, loved great grand-father of Peter, Pamela, Grant and Susan Aged 93 years. At rest.

FUNERAL NOTICES
CORPACCIOLI.— The friends of the late Mr. Charles Corpaccioli of 252 Stirling Street, Perth, are respectfully informed that a Church of England Service will be held in the Crematorium Chapel, Karrakatta, at 11.30 o'clock on MONDAY MORNING. The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence 252 Stirling Street, Perth, at 11.5 o'clock.
Friends wishing to attend the Funeral may proceed by the 11 o'clock train leaving Perth
BOWRA and O'DEA, 195 Pier Street. Perth. Telephone B 4308, Private B 3376.
 
CORPACCIOLI, Carlino (I6403)
 
20 1830 United States Federal Census:

Township:Burlington
County:Burlington
State:New Jersey
Schedule of the whole number of Persons within the Division allotted to Joseph:

Head of Families:Isaac MARTER

Nos of Males:Of under 5 years:0
Of 5 and under 10 years:2
Of 10 and under 15 years: 1
Of 15 and under 20 years:0
Of 20 and under 30 years:1
Of 30 and under 40 years:1

Nos of Females:Of under 5 years:1
Of 5 and under 10 years:0
Of 10 and under 15 years: 3
Of 15 and under 20 years:1
Of 20 and under 30 years:1
Of 30 and under 40 years:0



Also a burial recorded at Broad St ME Cemetery, Burlington, Burlington, New Jersey, USA
tld500predator@yahoo.com


Burial:
Morgan Cemetery
Palmyra
Burlington County
New Jersey, USA

Created by: Sister Sonya
Record added: Sep 24, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 117567139

LAMENTED
HUSBAND AND FATHER
ISAAC MARTER
DIED MARCH 28 1854
AGED 58 years 5 MOS
AND 25 DAYS
HE RESTS IN HEAVEN 
MARTER, Isaac (I4679)
 
21 1836November 6th I joined in Matrimony
Mr Charles Walllis to Miss Rebecca Marter
all of the County of Burling
Please to Receive the above
[signed] J W Archer


Burlington County Libraries Newspaper Notices Index
Marriages

Man's name: Wallis (sic), Charles
Woman's name: Marter, Rebecca
Marriage date: Nov 6, 1836
Location:
Publication: Burlington Gazette
Nov 12, 1836
Page: 3
Column: 4

Notes: Rebecca, daughter of Abraham Marter, Charles both of Burlington County.  
Family F183
 
22 1861 [Population] Census of Canada

Name:Charles Pheasent
Gender:Male
Age:25
Birth Year:1836
Spouse's name:Pheasent
Home in 1861:Blissville, Sunbury, New Brunswick
Race:English
Household Members:Name Age
Charles Pheasent 25
Pheasent Marion 19

Source Citation: Year: 1861; Census Place: Blissville, Sunbury, New Brunswick: Roll: C-1005-1006

Source Information:

Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1861 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2009.
Appreciation is expressed to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for providing the 1861 Canada Census Index.

Original data:
Census returns for 1861. Microfilm C-999 to C-1007, C-1010 to C-1093, C-1095 to C-1108, C-1232 to C-1331, M-1165 to M-1166, M-1168 to M-1171, M-556, M-874 to M-878, M-880 to M-886, M-896 to M-900. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.



New Brunswick Provincial Archives:
Hutchinson Directories:
1865-1866

Name:Pheasant, Charles
Street:none given
Community:North Branch, Oromocto
County:Sunbury
Occupation:Farmer



New Brunswick Provincial Archives:
RS686: Index to New Brunswick Land Grants, 1784-1997

Name:PHEASANT, Charles
Volume:68
Page:-
Grant Number:11557
Place:Blissville
County:Sunbury
Date:05/11/1886
Accompanying Plan:Yes
Acres:75
Comments:--
Other names on this grant:0



New Brunswick Provincial Archives:
Hutchinson Directories:
1867-1868

Name:Pheasant, Charles
Street:none given
Community:North Branch, Oromocto
County:Sunbury
Occupation:Farmer


New Brunswick Provincial Archives:
Hutchinson Directories:
1871

Name:Pheasant, Charles
Street:none given
Community:Blissville
Parish:Blissville
County:Sunbury
Occupation:Farmer



1871 [Population] Census of Canada

Name:Charles Pheasant
Gender:Male
Age:34y
Birth Year:abt 1837
Birth Place:England
Marital Status:Married
Religion:F C Bapt
Origin:English
Province:New Brunswick
District:Sunbury
District Number:178
Division:02
Subdistrict:Blissville
Subdistrict Number:a
Household Members:Name Age
Charles Pheasant 34y
Mary Pheasant 29y [Marion]
Emma Pheasant 8y
Fredric Pheasant 5y
Bessy Pheasant 3y

Source Citation: Year: 1871: Census Place: Blissville, Sunbury, New Brunswick, Family No: 92.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1871 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2009.
Appreciation is expressed to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for providing the 1871 Canada Census Index.

Images reproduced by courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1871. Ottawa, Canada: Library and Archives Canada. Microfilm C-9888 to C-9975, C-9977 to C-10097, C-10344 to C-10388, C-10390 to C-10395, to C-10540 to C-10570.



The 1881 Population Census of Canada shows Charles PHEASANT, aged 44 years, born England, a Farmer, residing at Gladstone, Sunbury, New Brunswick together with his wife, Marion PHEASANT, aged 39 years born New Brunswick and their
5 children: Emma PHEASANT, aged 17 years, Frederick PHEASANT, aged 15 years, a Farmer's son, Bessie PHEASANT, aged 12 years, Effie PHEASANT, aged 7 years, and Bertie PHEASANT, aged 4 years, all born New Brunswick, Canada.

Census Place:Gladstone, Bunbury, New Brunswick
Family History Library Film:1375817
NA Film Number:C-13181
District:29
Sub-district:B
Page Number:35
Household Number:157



New Brunswick Provincial Archives:
RS581: Index to Justice of the Peace Appointment Register, 1863-1963

Name:PHEASANT, CHARLES
Year:1883
Month:08 [August]
Day:20
County:Sunbury
Microfilm:F8504
Page:506



1891 [Population] Census of Canada

Name:Charles Pheasant
Gender:Male
Marital Status:Married
Age:53
Birth Year:abt 1838
Birthplace:England
Relation to Head-of-house:Head
Religion:f c Baptist
French Canadian:No
Father's Birth Place:England
Mother's Birth Place:England
Occupation:Farmer
Province:New Brunswick
District Number:22
District:Sunbury
Subdistrict:Gladstone
Household Members:Name Age
Charles Pheasant 53
Marion Pheasant 49
Bessie Pheasant 21
Effe Pheasant 17
Bertie Pheasant 13
Charles Pheasant 9
Frank Pheasant 4

Source Citation: Year: 1891;Census Place: Gladstone, Sunbury, New Brunswick. Roll: T-6305, Family No: 102.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1891 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1891. RG31, T-6290 to T-6427. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.



New Brunswick Provincial Archives, Canada
Vital Statistics from Government Records (RS141)
RC141C1 - Index to County Death Registers:

Name:Pheasant, Charles
Sex:M
Age:53
Date of Death:1891-06-16 (Y-M-D)
Residence:Gladstone
County of Residence:Sunbury
Place of Birth:England
County of Birth:- -
Microfilm:F18697
Reference:C1r, Page 5, Line 22


New Brunswick Provincial Archives, Canada
New Brunswick Cemeteries:

Name:Pheasant, Charles
Born:Aug 24 1837 [This does not agree with the LDS IGI which gives a Christening date of the 09 Sep 1836]
Died:Jun 16 1891
Age:--
Place of Birth:--
Place of Death:--
Relationship:--
Cemetery:Pioneer - Fredericton Junction, Sunbury County



New Brunswick Provincial Archives, Canada
Daniel F Johnson's New Brunswick Newspaper Vital Statistics

Daniel F. Johnson: Volume 81, Number 500

Date:June 19 1891
County:Saint John
Place:Saint John
Newpaper:Saint John Globe

"d. Fredericton Junction (Sunbury Co.) 16th inst., Charles PHEASANT, age 58."


 
Pheasant, Charles (I4780)
 
23 1869-1870 McALPINES ST. JOHN CITY DIRECTORY
MARTER, Chas. W. dentist50 ½ King h 59 Brussels
" F. B. druggist51 ½ King h 59 Brussels
" Thos F dental student boards 59 Brussels
[SLC Film 856110]



Ancestry.com
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Past & Present, Vol. 1-2:

Name:Marter
Excerpt:Marter & Diets, Thomas P. Marter, Arthur
Viets, dentists, March 21, 1891 ...


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE WILLIAM FRANCIS GALVIN, SECRETARY, Archives Division:
D00789

Copy of Record of Death:

Name:Thomas P. MarterDate of Death:Jan 4, 1894
Place of Death:Woburn
Residence at Death:Stoneham
Sex:MColor:WhiteMarital Status:M w
Husband/Wife of:.......
Age:42 years, 1 month, 20 daysOccupation:Dentist
Birthplace:Digby, N.S.
Immediate cause of death:Phthis Pulmonalis

Undertaker:...........Informant:.........
Place of Burial:Lindenwppd Cem. Stoneham
Date of Record:Feb. 5, 1894

FATHERMOTHER
Full Name:Charles MarterMaiden Name:Sophis Cox
Birthplace:EnglandBirthplace:Fredrickton, N.B.

Year:1894,Volume:446Page:433No.5

 
Marter, Dr Thomas Peter (I3020)
 
24 1871 Population Census of England, shows Stewart Emanuel BOOTY, a Scholar, residing at 8 Berkley Gardens, Kensington, Chelsea, Middlesex, aged 11 years, Step-son, with Head of Household, Francis HARVEY, aged 40, a Bookseller, born Kensington, Middlesex, and his mother, Sarah Burton HARVEY (nee MARTER then BOOTY), Wife, aged 40 years, born Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey. Also at the same address: Hariet HARVEY, aged 3 years and Francis Ian HARVEY, aged 1 year.
(RG10/32, Folio 90, Page 30, Schedule 144 - Berkley Gardens, Kensington, Chelsea. London).

1881 Population Census of England, shows Stewart Emanuel BOOTY, a Student of Mines, residing at 7 Notting Hill Square, Kensington, Chelsea, Middlesex, aged 21 years, Step-son, with Head of Household, Francis HARVEY, aged 50 years, a Book and Print Seller, born Kensington, Middlesex, and his Mother Sarah Burton HARVEY (nee MARTER then BOOTY) Wife, aged 50 years, born Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey. Also living at the same address: George Burton HARVEY, aged 7 years.
(RG11/26, Folio 27, Page 30, Schedule No 116 - Notting Hill Square, Kensington, Chelsea, London).

1891 Population Census of England shows Sarah Burton HARVEY, aged 60 years, born Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey residing at 7 Notting Hill Square, Kensington, Chelsea, Middlesex with her Husband, Francis HARVEY, Head of Household, aged 60 years, a Book and and Print Seller, born Kensington, Middlesex. Also at same address their children: Emma J HARVEY, aged 30 years, Harriet HARVEY, aged 23 years, Francis J HARVEY, aged 21 years, and George B(urton) HARVEY, aged 17 years.
(RG12/20, Folio 26, Page 46, Schedule No 220 - Notting Hill Square, Kensington, London).

General Register Office, Register of Deaths, Registration District of Hampstead, Greater London, England, JFM 1900, Volume 1a, Page 528.

Certificate of Death, Registration District of Hampstead, Death in the Sub-district of Hampstead, London, England, Entry # 5. On the 31st December 1899 at "Borodas", 27 Platt's Lane, Hampstead, London, Francis HARVEY, aged 69 years a Bookseller & Printseller. Cause of death: Influenza - 6 Days, Lobar pneumonia - 3 days and Glycosuria - 11 years - Certified by Miles MILEY, MB. Informant: George B(urton) HARVEY, Son, present at death of the same address, to Registrar, Fred T BRIDGER on the 2nd January 1900. 
Harvey, Francis (I0470)
 
25 1891 [Population] Census of Canada

Name:Fred O Pheasant
Gender:Male
Marital Status:Married
Age:25
Birth Year:abt 1866
Birthplace:New Brunswick
Relation to Head-of-house:Head
French Canadian:No
Father's Birth Place:England
Mother's Birth Place:New Brunswick
Province:New Brunswick
District Number:22
District:Sunbury
Subdistrict:Gladstone
Household Members:Name Age
Fred O Pheasant 25
Elizabeth M Pheasant 24
Ena Pheasant 10/12

Source Citation: Year: 1891;Census Place: Gladstone, Sunbury, New Brunswick. Roll: T-6305, Family No: 103. Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1891 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1891. RG31, T-6290 to T-6427. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.


1911 [Population] Census of Canada

Name:Fred Pheasant
Gender:Male
Marital Status:Married
Age:45
Birth Date:Jan 1866
Birthplace:New Brunswick
Relation to Head of House:Head
Tribal:English
Province:New Brunswick
District:Sunberry and Queens
District Number:33
Sub-District Number:11
Place of Habitation:Gladstone
Household Members:Name Age
Fred Pheasant 45
Elizabeth Pheasant 44
Clara Pheasant 19
Mellie Pheasant 17
Harry Pheasant 13
Nellie Pheasant 8

Source Citation: Year: 1911;Census Place: , Sunberry and Queens, New Brunswick. Page 11, Family No: 101.

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1911 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1911. Ottawa, Canada: Library and Archives Canada. Microfilm reels T-20326 to T-20460.



New Brunswick Provincial Archives, Canada
Vital Statistics from Government Records (RS141)
RC141C5 - Index to Death Certificates:

Name:PHEASANT, FREDERICK OTIS
Sex:M
Date [of Death]:1952-07-01 (Y-M-D)
County:SUNBURY
Registration:3427
Volume:204


New Brunswick Provincial Archives, Canada
New Brunswick Cemeteries:

Name:PHEASANT, Frederick O
Born:Jan 22 1866
Died:Jul 2 1952
Age:--
Place of Birth:--
Place of Death:--
Relationship:--
Cemetery:Tracy, Sunbury County
Microfilm:F20832 
Pheasant, Frederick Otis (I4782)
 
26 1901 Census of Canada

Name:Walter Currie
Gender:Male
Marital Status:Married
Age:28
Birth Date:9 Jan 1873
Birthplace:Nb
Relation to Head-of-house:Head
Spouse's name:Sarah
Racial or tribal origin:Scotch (Scotish)
Nationality:Canadian
Religion:Church Of England
Occupation:Hostler
Province:New Brunswick
District:Saint John (City/Cité)
District Number:21
Sub-District:Saint John (City/Cité) Prince (Ward/Quartier)
Sub-District Number:E-2
Family Number:175
Page:16
Household Members:Name Age
Walter Currie 28
Sarah Currie 28
Source Information:

Ancestry.com. 1901 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1901. Ottawa, Canada: Library and Archives Canada. RG31, T-6428 to T-6556. 
Currie, Walter (I5635)
 
27 1910 United States Federal Census:

Name:Bertie L Getchell
Age in 1910:32
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1878
Birthplace:Canada English
Relation to Head of House:Wife
Father's Birth Place:England
Mother's Birth Place:Canada English
Spouse's Name:Charles A
Home in 1910:Seboeis Plantation, Penobscot, Maine
Occupation:Section Hand - Railway
Marital Status:Married
Race:White
Gender:Female
Year of Immigration:1907
Household Members:Name Age
Charles A Getchell 34
Bertie L Getchell 32
Ethel M Getchell 5/12

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Seboeis Plantation, Penobscot, Maine; Roll T624_544; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 157; Image: 805.


 
Getchell, Charles A (I6066)
 
28 1911 [Population] Census of Canada;

Name:Francis M Jarvis
Gender:Female
Marital Status:Widowed
Age:57
Birth Date:Jan 1853
Birthplace:Nova Scotia
Relation to Head-of-house:Head
Tribal:Irish
Occupation:None
Province:Nova Scotia
District:Colchester
District Number:41
Sub-District:Truro
Sub-District Number:27
Place of Habitation:Faulkner
Household Members:Name Age
Francis M Jarvis 57
Cecilia J Jarvis 31
Jessie A Jarvis 42

Source Citation: Year: 1911; Census Place: Truro, Colchester, Nova Scotia. Page 7, Family No: 80.
 
McCully, Frances M (I5653)
 
29 A2A. West Sussex Record Office: Additional Manuscripts: Catalogue 26.
Catalogue Reference: Add MSS 20,001 - 21,100
Title Deeds relating to various properties in Rudgwick and Wisborough Green, [Sussex] and in Cranley and Ewhurst, County Surrey.

Parish of RUDGWICK:
Deeds I

Reference: Add Mss 20,708
Counterpart lease for 21 years of £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Deborah Martyr, widow and executrix of Joseph Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., gent
Creation dates: 3 May 1742
Scope and Content
Witnesses: John Wheate and Mary Hanington

Reference: Add Mss 20,709
Bond to perform covenants, in sum of £20, between (a) Deborah Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., widow, and (b) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester
Creation dates: 3 May 1742
Scope and Content
Witnesses: John Wheate and Mary Hanington
Reference: Add Mss 20,710
Counterpart lease for 21 years at £5 p.a., from (a) the Dean and Chapter of
Chichester to (b) Deborah Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., widow

Creation dates: 2 August 1756
Scope and Content
Witnesses: Jemima Martyr and William Bray
Reference: Add Mss 20,711
Bond to perform covenants, in sum of £20, between (a) the said Deborah Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., widow, and (b) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester
Creation dates: 2 August 1756


The National Archives Documents Online:
Description: Will of Deborah MARTYR, Widow of Reading, Berkshire, England.
Date Written: 16th March 1754.
Codicil Date: 25th January 1759.
Probate Date: 24th September 1761.
Catalogue Reference No: PROB 11/868.
Department: Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Series: Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Register.
Piece: Name of Register: Choslyn Quire Numbers: 282-325.
Image contains: 1 will of many for the catalogue reference.
Image Reference: 453/434. 
?, Deborah (I1729)
 
30 Abbreviated Marriage Certificate, BMD Victoria, Page 4796, Quality 3
cheading@bigpond.net.au


Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1949

Surname:MARTYN (sic) [MARTYR
Given Name(s):Louisa Eliza
Event:M
Spouse's Surname/Father:SUTHERLAND
Spouse's Given Name/Mother:George
Year:1885
Registration Number:4796



National Library of Australia
The Argus (Melbourne, VIC: 1848-1954)
Tuesday 25 August 1885, page 1

Marriages
SUTHERLAND - MARTYR. - At the Presbyterian Manse,
Clarendon-street, South Melbourne, by the Rev. A.
Bell, George Sutherland to Louie (sic) Elisa, only
daughter of the late George Martyr.

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article6092444

 
Family F029
 
31 Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection)
1670-1946

Page:17

Schedule A - BirthsRegistration District of Westmorland County
Entry:3983
Name:Jessie Agnes McCurly Jarvis
Where Born:Moncton
When Born:Nov 19 1888
Father:George M Jarvis
Occupation:Chief or Train Inspectors
Name & Maiden Name of Mother:Frances McCurly
Name of Accoutrement:E B Claudren MD


Name:Jessie Agnes McCurly Jarvis
Event Year:1888-1899
Event:Naissance (Birth)
Religion:Catholique
Place of Worship or Institution:Moncton Bureau de Santé -
Province:Acadie (Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) (New Brunswic

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.



Posted in nursing sister, surname J by Medic on 2009/04/28
Nursing sister Jarvis died during her wartime service

The only papers in her file are the medals card and one page from her medical reports
Born in 1886
Canadian Army Medical Corps:

Died at 12 noon on May 23rd, 1918 at the age of 32.
Admitted at the Hospital on May 20th, 1918
May 20th, "Body temperature 103 of having been ill some days previously has physical signs of pneumonia"
May 21st, "chest aspirated and fluid removed pleural cavity drained – discharged not abundant"
May 22nd, "vomiting constantly unable to retain any nourishment"

Memorial Plaque and Scroll, Memorial Cross and medals (British War medal, Victory medal) were sent to M Jarvis PO Box 566 Truro, Nova Scotia

Not entitled to the 1914-15 Star (not 100 % sure, there is no mention on the card that she was entitled to 1914-15 Star and usually there is a note on the card if the person is entitled or not)

Buried in Truro cemetery, Nova Scotia (L. 50. Div. C. Third grave from North end.)
Daughter of Frances M. Jarvis, of 176, Bolsford St., Moncton, N.B., and the late George M. Jarvis.

Source: Posted in Nursing Sister, Surname "J" by Medic on 2009/04/28
http://camc.wordpress.com/2009/04/28/nursing-sister-jessie-agnes-jarvis/ 
Jarvis, Jessie Agnes McCully (I5654)
 
32 Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection)
1670-1946

Page:17

Schedule A - BirthsRegistration District of Westmorland County
Entry:3984
Name:Ralph Jarvis
Where Born:Moncton
When Born:Jan 16 1883
Father:George M Jarvis
Occupation:Chief or Train Inspectors
Name & Maiden Name of Mother:Frances McCurly
Name of Accoutrement:E B Claudren MD


Name:Ralph Jarvis
Event Year:1888-1899
Event:Naissance (Birth)
Religion:Catholique
Place of Worship or Institution:Moncton Bureau de Santé -
Province:Acadie (Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) (New Brunswic

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.



Canadian Soldiers of World War I, 1914-1918

Name:Ralph Jarvis
RESIDENCE:Moneton, New Brunswick
Birth Date:26 Jan 1883
Birth Location:Monston, West CO, New Brunswick
Relative:Frances M Jarvis
Relationship:Mother
Regiment Number:3256994

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Canadian Soldiers of World War I, 1914-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Images reproduced courtesy of Library and Archives Canada. Original data: Soldiers of the First World War (1914-1918). Record Group 150. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada. 
Jarvis, Ralph (I5656)
 
33 Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection)
1670-1946

Page:17

Schedule A - BirthsRegistration District of Westmorland County
Entry:3985
Name:Cecelia Isabel Jarvis
Where Born:Moncton
When Born:Jan 3 1880
Father:George M Jarvis
Occupation:Chief or Train Inspectors
Name & Maiden Name of Mother:Frances McCurly
Name of Accoutrement:E B Claudren MD

Name:Cecelia Mabel Jarvis
Event Year:1888-1899
Event:Naissance (Birth)
Religion:Catholique
Place of Worship or Institution:Moncton Bureau de Santé -
Province:Acadie (Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) (New Brunswic

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin. 
Jarvis, Cecelia Isabel (I5655)
 
34 Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1670-1946

Name:Emma G Currie
Event Year:1888-1894
Event:Enterrement (Burial)
Religion:Catholique
Place of Worship or Institution:St-Jean (Bureau de Santé)
Province:Acadie (Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) (New Brunswic

Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.



Schedule C - Deaths
Registration Division of Saint John City and County
Page 148:

Entry:824
Name of Deceased & Residence:Currie Emma G 214 Ince St, St John
When & Where Died:Aug 10/9 Residence
Sex & Age:F 22
Occupation;[Blank]
Religous denomination:Ch of E
Certified Cause of Death & Duration
of Illness:Grypelia 2 wks
Where Born;St John, NB
Name of Physician if any:J W Daniel
Name, Occupation, and residence
of Informant:N W Brennan in Attendance
When Registered:Sp 21/92



New Brunswick Archives, Canada

Daniel F. Johnson :Volume 84 Number 719
Date:August 12 1892
County:Saint John
Place:Saint John
Newspaper:The Daily Telegraph

d. St. John city, Aug. 11th, of erysipelas, Emma Gertrude CURRIE d/o late William H. CURRIE and Alice E. CURRIE, age 22. Funeral Friday 2:30 o'clock from her mother's residence, corner of Pitt and Queen Streets.
 
Currie, Emma Gertrude (I5631)
 
35 Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1670-1946

Name:Walter Currie
Spouse:Sarah Mc Cluskey
Event Year:1891-1907
Event:Mariage (Marriage)
Religion:Catholique
Place of Worship or Institution:St-Jean (Bureau de Santé)
Province:Acadie (Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) (New Brunswick)
Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Acadia French Catholic Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.


Schedule B - Marriages
Page 13, Entry 154

Bridegroom:
His Name:Currie Walter
Age:21
Residence when Married:City
Place of Birth:City
Bachelor or Widower:B
Rank or Profession:Hostler
Name of Parents:Wm & Alice Currie
Bride:
Her Name:Sarah McCluskey
Age:20
Residence when Married:City
Place of Birth:St John
Spinster or Widow:S
Name of Parents:Jas & Catherine McCluskey 
Family F033
 
36 Access to Archives: - Search the Database.
FitzHerbert of Tissington:
Catalogue Ref. D239 - Title Deeds:
Surrey Estates, Tanhurst (Wotton).

File ref D239 M/T 965-967 - date 1740.
From Scope and Content:
Lease and release (with counterpart) to bar entails by Francis CHARMAN of Guildford, Yeoman, and Mary his wife, (daughter of Henry SPOONER, deceased) to John MARTYR of Guildford, gent. of two messuages and lands called Tanhurst and Leithers, and a messuage and closes called Winterfields upon trust to levy a fine on premises, and to suffer a recovery by Henry BURDOX of Clements Inn gent. to use of such person as Francis and Mary shall direct.
Dated 30/31 May 1740.

File ref D239 M/T 968 - date 1740.
From Scope and Content:
Final concord between John MARTYR plaintiff and Francis CHAPMAN and Mary his wife deforciants of three messuages, three barns, three stables, two gardens, five orchards, 90 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 40 ares of pasture, 50 acres of wood, and an acre of water in Wooton. Consideration £100.
Dated 2 June 1740. 
Charman, Francis (I1857)
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F028
 
38 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825." 
Family F202
 
39 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825."




Australian Government, National Archives of Australia:
Record Research Item Details:
B2455, MARTYR James [Pentland James]:

Title:MARTYR James: Service Number - 2598: Place of Birth - Cunnamulla QLD: Place of Enlistment - Charters Towers QLD: Next-of-Kin - (Mother) MARTYR Kate.



Australia Death Index, 1787-1985

Name:Frank Henry MORCOM
Death Date:09 May 1934
Death Place:Queensland
Father's Name:Augustus
Mother's Name:Sophia ???
Registration Year:1934
Registration Place:Queensland
Registration No:001408
Page No:1154 
MORCOM, Frank Henry (I6611)
 
40 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, G.R. (I6562)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, R.C. (I6561)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, T.R. (I6560)
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, A.J. (I6558)
 
44 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTIN, J.E. (I6555)
 
45 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825." 
MARTYR, Norma Jenny (I6554)
 
46 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825." 
MARTYR, James Henry (I6553)
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, J.I. (I6552)
 
48 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825." 
MARTYR, Mary Jessie (I6551)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MARTYR, J.L. (I6548)
 
50 Additional information regarding this person's birth, marriage and/or death dates, and some personal stories and working life were obtained from the following genealogical publication:

"OUTBACK QUEENSLAND
PIONEER REGISTER
PRE-1950

Compiled by
AILSA BRAY & DESLEY COMERFORD
Published 1996 by the Mount Isa Family History Society Inc.,
P.O. Box 1832, Mount Isa, Qld, 4825."


Mount Isa Sunset Cemetery
Queensland, Australia:

MARTYR, Peter Richard

Died:3rd November, 1991
Age:38 years
Gender:Male
Buried:8th November, 1991
Position:P2, Plot 12, Grave #30

http://www.interment.net/data/aus/qld/mtisa/mtisa-mname.htm 
MARTYR, Richard Peter (I6547)
 

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