Annie Althea Drew Pickels

F, #4591, (1879 - )

Parents:

Father: William Alfred Pickels (c 1847 - )
Mother: Emeline Ritcey (1843 - 1911)

Children of Annie Althea Drew Pickels and Alfred Burpee Balcom

Hilda Mary Balcom+ (1913 - 1992)
Alfred Burpee Balcom+ (1915 - 2005)

Citations

  1. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, Annie Althen D. Balsom, died 1930 in Wolfville, Kings County
    Item can be found in Registration Year: 1930 - Book: 126 - Page: 1141.
  2. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, Annie A D Pickles and A. Burpee Balcom married 1912 in Annapolis County
    Item can be found in Registration Year: 1912 - Book: 0 - Page: 923.

 

Alfred Burpee Balcom

M, #4592, (1915 - 2005)

Parents:

Father: Alfred Burpee Balcom (1876 - 1943)
Mother: Annie Althea Drew Pickels (1879 - )

Citations

  1. [S2907] Obit: BALCOM, Alfred Burpee, Halifax Chronicle Herald, September 2, 2005.

 

E. Marie Rhodenizer

F, #4593, (1921 - 1996)

Parents:

Father: Kenneth Miles Rhodenizer (1890 - 1980)
Mother: Lavinia Dean Keddy (1890 - 1968)

Citations

  1. [S2908] Obit: BALCOM, E. Marie, Halifax Chronicle Herald, April 12, 1996.

 

Henry Balcom

M, #4596, (1768 - 1850)

Parents:

Father: Samuel Balcom (1734 - )
Mother: Mary Brigham (1741 - )

 

Anna Morse

F, #4597, (c 1775 - 1860)

Parents:

Father: Abner Morse (1756 - 1840)
Mother: Elizabeth Saunders ( - 1793)

 

Elizabeth Saunders

F, #4599, ( - 1793)

Parents:

Father: Timothy Saunders (1721 - )
Mother: Judith Rowell

Children of Elizabeth Saunders and Abner Morse

Hannah Morse+
Anna Morse (c 1775 - 1860)

 

Timothy Saunders

M, #4600, (1721 - )

Child of Timothy Saunders and Judith Rowell

 

Judith Rowell

F, #4601

Child of Judith Rowell and Timothy Saunders

 

John Hall Lowe

M, #4602, (1826 - 1883)

Parents:

Father: David Low (1793 - 1870)
Mother: Elizabeth Hall (1803 - a 1873)

Children of John Hall Lowe and Catherine Fraser

Mary Lowe
John McGregor Lowe (c 1857 - 1865)
Edward Stirling Lowe+ (1857 - 1939)
Simon Lowe (c 1858 - )
David James Lowe (c 1859 - 1899)
George William Lowe (1864 - 1941)
Alice Elizabeth Lowe+ (1868 - 1903)
Sarah Ann Lowe (c 1871 - )
Robert Bruce Lowe (1875 - 1953)

Citations

  1. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, Alice Elizabeth Lowe, born 1868 in Moser River, Halifax County
    Item can be found in Registration Year: 1868 - Book: 1809 - Page: 158 - Number: 246.
  2. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 60 Number 3396

    Rank 26
    Date August 27, 1883
    County Westmorland
    Place Moncton
    Newspaper The Times
    (see also TIMES Aug. 29 page 3 col. 2).

 

Elmer Eldon Lowe

M, #4603, (1910 - 1994)

Parents:

Father: William Walter Elbridge Lowe (1864 - 1955)
Mother: Laura Theresa Kenny (1870 - 1948)

 

Bertha Elizabeth Lowe

F, #4604, (1901 - 1999)

Parents:

Father: William Walter Elbridge Lowe (1864 - 1955)
Mother: Laura Theresa Kenny (1870 - 1948)

 

Harry Dunn

M, #4605, ( - b 1999)

 

Mary Melissa Fish

F, #4606, (1910 - 1958)

Parents:

Father: Willis Milton Fish (c 1879 - )
Mother: Bessie Russell Skaling (c 1884 - )

Citations

  1. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, Mary Melissa Fish was born 1910 in Cambridge, Hants County
    Item can be found in Registration Year:1910 - Book: - Page:55700138 Number:55700139.
  2. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, Mary Melina Fish and Alfred Allen Augustus Barkhouse married 1931 in Hants County
    Item can be found in Registration Year:1931 - Book:63 - Page:487.
  3. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, Mary Melissa Barkhouse, died 1958 in Upper Burlington, Hants County
    Item can be found in Registration Year:1958 - Book: - Page:5016.

 

Timothy James Gregory Marshall

M, #4609, (c 1987 - 2006)

Parents:

Father: James G. Marshall
Mother: M. Lavenia Barkhouse
Relationship:
5th cousin 2 times removed of John Greenwood Cordes

 

David Edmund Barkhouse

M, #4612, (1904 - 1973)

Parents:

Father: Obediah Sylvanus Barkhouse (1868 - 1955)
Mother: Elizabeth Grace Costley (1877 - 1952)
Relationship:
5th cousin of John Greenwood Cordes

Citations

  1. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, David Edmund Barkhouse was born 1904 in New Ross Road, Kings County
    Item can be found in Registration Year:1904 - Book: - Page:59000510 Number:59000512.
  2. [S2090] Index to Obituaries, 1961-1992, compiled by Halifax Chronicle Herald Archives, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

James Archer Leaman

M, #4615, (c 1841 - 1901)

Parents:

Father: Robert Leaman1 (1814 - 1888)
Mother: Hannah Alward (1816 - 1846)
  • (Witness): For information on the business, JA Leaman and Co., Ltd., Est. 1888 in Halifax, see the note on the page for John Henry Fader.2,3,4

Citations

  1. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 87 Number 579
    Date : November 22, 1893
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    The 'Times' of April 1892 announced that Colin LEAMAN, formerly of
    Moncton, son of the late Robert LEAMAN and a brother of James A. LEAMAN
    of Halifax, Henry LEAMAN, Truro and Warren LEAMAN, Moncton, had been
    killed at Brockton, Mass. The Boston 'Herald' of Sunday last says Edward
    F. LUDDY, John F. MAHAR and Michael SMITH are under arrest at Brockton
    charged with Leaman's murder. (see original).
  2. [S390] John Cordes - Research Notes.
  3. [S490] HALIFAX: BUSINESS: FADER BROS, Card Index, Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM/PANS), Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  4. [S310] E-mails from Jean Alcock.
  5. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 83 Number 1638
    Date : August 12, 1892
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    d. At her mother's residence Truro, N.S., July 30th, 51st year, Lydia
    F. LEAMAN w/o James A. LEAMAN, Halifax and d/o late S.G.W. ARCHIBALD,
    Truro.
  6. [S338] Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics, online https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/, James A. Leaman, died 1901 in Halifax, Halifax County
    Item can be found in Registration Year: 1901 - Page: 274 - Number: 39.
  7. [S1475] Obituary of James A Leaman in The Review, Halifax August 15, 1901.

 

Robert Leaman1

M, #4616, (1814 - 1888)

Parents:

Father: James Leaman2 (c 1780 - c 1850)
Mother: Jane Freelove Briggs2 (c 1785 - 1851)

Child of Robert Leaman and Hannah Alward

James Archer Leaman1 (c 1841 - 1901)

Children of Robert Leaman and Margaret Mcloud Chisholm

Warren Leaman1
Colin A. Leaman3 (c 1855 - 1892)
Elizabeth Leaman (c 1855 - )
Robert Henry Leaman1 (c 1858 - )
George H. Leaman4 (c 1860 - )
John Leaman (c 1862 - )
Oliver Leaman (c 1864 - )
Robina Leaman (c 1866 - )
Susan Leaman (c 1868 - )
Lewis Leaman (1870 - )

Citations

  1. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 87 Number 579
    Date : November 22, 1893
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    The 'Times' of April 1892 announced that Colin LEAMAN, formerly of
    Moncton, son of the late Robert LEAMAN and a brother of James A. LEAMAN
    of Halifax, Henry LEAMAN, Truro and Warren LEAMAN, Moncton, had been
    killed at Brockton, Mass. The Boston 'Herald' of Sunday last says Edward
    F. LUDDY, John F. MAHAR and Michael SMITH are under arrest at Brockton
    charged with Leaman's murder. (see original).
  2. [S1157] Michele Daniels, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi,.
  3. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 97 Number 555
    Date : June 20, 1895
    County : Charlotte
    Place : Saint Andrews
    Newspaper : St. Andrews Beacon
    The statement appears in the American papers that the Grand Jury of
    Plymouth, Mass., has indicted Arthur A. ALBEE for the alleged murder
    of Collins A. LEAMAN on 26th April 1892. The murdered man Leaman, who
    was a native of Halifax, where his brother, James LEAMAN, now keeps a
    meat market, was a barber in Brockton, Mass. and was married to a Miss
    HENRY of Charlotte Co. The marriage took place at Kennedy's hotel, St.
    Andrews, eleven years ago. (see original) (see also BEACON Aug. 1, 1895
    'The Leaman Murder').
  4. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 83 Number 1461
    Date : April 29, 1892
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    Truro 'Sun'. 27th - This afternoon, George H. LEAMAN of this town
    received the sad intelligence that his brother, Colin A. LEAMAN, had
    been killed in Brockton, Mass. This the great shoe town where strikes
    are now going on. The despatch was from Mr. Leaman's widowed mother who
    is at present in Brockton. - The above refers to Colin A. Leaman, a
    former Moncton boy and a son of late Robert LEAMAN who for many years
    carried on a meat business in this city. The deceased left Moncton some
    12 years or more ago and at the time of his death was running a barber
    shop in Brockton, Mass. He was a brother of Warren LEAMAN, Robinson
    Street and was the eldest son of the family, most of whom are now
    residing in the vicinity of Brockton. Deceased was about 37 years of age
    and leaves a wife and several small children.

 

Robert Henry Leaman1

M, #4617, (c 1858 - )

Parents:

Father: Robert Leaman1 (1814 - 1888)
Mother: Margaret Mcloud Chisholm (c 1833 - )

Citations

  1. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 87 Number 579
    Date : November 22, 1893
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    The 'Times' of April 1892 announced that Colin LEAMAN, formerly of
    Moncton, son of the late Robert LEAMAN and a brother of James A. LEAMAN
    of Halifax, Henry LEAMAN, Truro and Warren LEAMAN, Moncton, had been
    killed at Brockton, Mass. The Boston 'Herald' of Sunday last says Edward
    F. LUDDY, John F. MAHAR and Michael SMITH are under arrest at Brockton
    charged with Leaman's murder. (see original).
  2. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 56 Number 2661
    Date : April 16, 1881
    County : Saint John
    Place : Saint John
    Newspaper : Saint John Globe

    m. Truro, N.S., 31st March, by Rev. John McMillan, B.D., R. Henry
    LEAMAN, Moncton, N.B. / Lizzie J. MILLER d/o Daniel MILLER, Salmon
    River.

 

Warren Leaman1

M, #4618

Parents:

Father: Robert Leaman1 (1814 - 1888)
Mother: Margaret Mcloud Chisholm (c 1833 - )

Citations

  1. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 87 Number 579
    Date : November 22, 1893
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    The 'Times' of April 1892 announced that Colin LEAMAN, formerly of
    Moncton, son of the late Robert LEAMAN and a brother of James A. LEAMAN
    of Halifax, Henry LEAMAN, Truro and Warren LEAMAN, Moncton, had been
    killed at Brockton, Mass. The Boston 'Herald' of Sunday last says Edward
    F. LUDDY, John F. MAHAR and Michael SMITH are under arrest at Brockton
    charged with Leaman's murder. (see original).

 

Colin A. Leaman1

M, #4619, (c 1855 - 1892)

Parents:

Father: Robert Leaman2 (1814 - 1888)
Mother: Margaret Mcloud Chisholm (c 1833 - )

Citations

  1. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 87 Number 579
    Date : November 22, 1893
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    The 'Times' of April 1892 announced that Colin LEAMAN, formerly of
    Moncton, son of the late Robert LEAMAN and a brother of James A. LEAMAN
    of Halifax, Henry LEAMAN, Truro and Warren LEAMAN, Moncton, had been
    killed at Brockton, Mass. The Boston 'Herald' of Sunday last says Edward
    F. LUDDY, John F. MAHAR and Michael SMITH are under arrest at Brockton
    charged with Leaman's murder. (see original).
  2. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 97 Number 555
    Date : June 20, 1895
    County : Charlotte
    Place : Saint Andrews
    Newspaper : St. Andrews Beacon
    The statement appears in the American papers that the Grand Jury of
    Plymouth, Mass., has indicted Arthur A. ALBEE for the alleged murder
    of Collins A. LEAMAN on 26th April 1892. The murdered man Leaman, who
    was a native of Halifax, where his brother, James LEAMAN, now keeps a
    meat market, was a barber in Brockton, Mass. and was married to a Miss
    HENRY of Charlotte Co. The marriage took place at Kennedy's hotel, St.
    Andrews, eleven years ago. (see original) (see also BEACON Aug. 1, 1895
    'The Leaman Murder').
  3. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 83 Number 1461
    Date : April 29, 1892
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times

    Truro 'Sun'. 27th - This afternoon, George H. LEAMAN of this town
    received the sad intelligence that his brother, Colin A. LEAMAN, had
    been killed in Brockton, Mass. This the great shoe town where strikes
    are now going on. The despatch was from Mr. Leaman's widowed mother who
    is at present in Brockton. - The above refers to Colin A. Leaman, a
    former Moncton boy and a son of late Robert LEAMAN who for many years
    carried on a meat business in this city. The deceased left Moncton some
    12 years or more ago and at the time of his death was running a barber
    shop in Brockton, Mass. He was a brother of Warren LEAMAN, Robinson
    Street and was the eldest son of the family, most of whom are now
    residing in the vicinity of Brockton. Deceased was about 37 years of age
    and leaves a wife and several small children.

 

Lydia Fulton Archibald1

F, #4620, (c 1841 - 1892)

Parents:

Father: Samuel George William Archibald (1812 - 1884)
Mother: Susanna Fulton2 (c 1812 - )

Citations

  1. [S151] Daniel F. Johnson, compiler, New Brunswick Vital Statistics , Daniel F Johnson : Volume 83 Number 1638
    Date : August 12, 1892
    County : Westmorland
    Place : Moncton
    Newspaper : The Times
    d. At her mother's residence Truro, N.S., July 30th, 51st year, Lydia
    F. LEAMAN w/o James A. LEAMAN, Halifax and d/o late S.G.W. ARCHIBALD,
    Truro.
  2. [S284] Genealogical Record of Colchester Co., online http://nsgna.ednet.ns.ca/miller/surnames.html
  3. [S287] Colchester Historical Society Museum & Archives: Databases, online unknown url.