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First Families is a collection of genealogical information taken from various sources that were periodically submitted to the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. The information has not been verified against any official records. Since the information in First Families is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use the information to verify its accuracy.

IDEAR: William Henry Boyer Idear or Adair b. c1800 in Ireland, died 26 Oct 1856: he first came to PEI and then moved to NB in 1825: m. Dec 1825 in Fredericton, Leah Golder of Douglas Parish, York County: family settled in Blackville, Northumberland County by 1829: Children mentioned: 1) John Alexander Hay Cunard Idear: 2) Isabella Hope May Idear born 1832, died 1914 in Chatham: 3) Margaret Ellen Idear b. 1834, m. 1879 Alexander Allison or Ellison of Doaktown: 4) William Cunard Idear b. 1837. Source: MC80/2184 W.D. Hamilton's Dictionary of Miramichi Biography.

IMHOFF: John Imhoff born on 6 Dec 1800 s/o John Imhoff and Charlotte Baker or Blondin of New Carlisle, Québec: came to NB and settled at Jacquet River, Durham Parish, Restigouche County: m. 1861 at Bathurst in Gloucester, County, Virginie Pitre: Children: 1) William Imhoff born 1862: went to Pittsburgh, PA: 2) Mary Ann Imhoff b. 1864, d. 1951, m. Joseph Arseneau of Bathurst: 3) John Imhoff b. 1866: 4) James Imhoff born 1869, d. 1947: went to USA: 5) Elizabeth Imhoff m. Andrew Arseneau: went to Crookston, MN: 6) Alphonse Imhoff m. Marie Alma Pitre: 7) Archibald Imhoff: settled in Beresford, NB: 8) Gilbert Imhoff m. Brigitte Doucet of Robertville, NB: 9) George Imhoff b. - , d. 1938, m. Anna Haché and had issue: 10) Israel Imhoff born 1874, died 1932: married and had issue: 11) Cornelius Imhoff born 1875, d. 1949, m. Nellie Rioux b. - , d. 1954: settled at Beresford and had eleven children. Source: MC80/995 Donat Robichaud's Beresford: Le petit Nipisiguit, pages 254-256.

INCH: Nathaniel Inch b. 5 Nov 1797 at Ederney Bridge, County Fermanagh, Ireland, died 16 Jan 1891, s/o Leonard Inch and Ann Sproul: m. 29 Dec 1817 Ann Armstrong born 1797, died 1878, the eldest d/o George Armstrong and Graham of Irvans, Ireland: came to NB in 1824 and settled at Jerusalem in Queens County:

First three children were born near Ederney Bridge, Ireland: 1) Ann Inch born 1819, d. 30 May 1842, m. 1839 James Russell: 2) Leonard Inch b. Dec 1821, d. 1899, m. Eleanor Stewart b. - , d. 1899: settled at Keswick, York County: 3) John Inch born 14 Feb 1824, married 1847 Jane Porter of Long Reach, Kings County: 4) George Inch born 1826 at Gagetown, NB, d. 19 Apr 1905, m. (1st) 1850 Mary Jane Woods b. - , d. 3 Apr 1894, m. (2nd) 1896 widow Matilda (Smith) Harrison: this family settled in Greenwich, Kings County: 4) William Inch b. 7 Sep 1827 at Jerusalem, Queens County, d. 13 Oct 1901, m. 20 Sep 1851 Margaret Bogle b. 1827 in Ireland, d. 1898: they settled in Burtts Corner, York County and had issue: 6) Elizabeth Frances Inch b. 13 Mar 1830, died 8 Aug 1891, m. 18 Jan 1849, Alexander Machum b. - , d. 1898: 7) Nathaniel Inch b. 4 Jul 1832, married (1st) 8 Feb 1859 Eliza Porter b. - , d. 1866, m. (2nd) Jan 1868 Lydia Sleep: settled in Jerusalem, Queens County: 8) James Robert Inch born 29 Apr 1835, d. 13 Oct 1912, m. 1854 Mary Alice Dunn adopted d/o George Stirling of Keswick Ridge, York County, b. - , died 17 Apr 1904: 9) Phoebe Jane Inch born 1838, died 22 Nov 1844. Sources: MC1/Inch, 31 pages: file contains a report titled The Inch family: Ulster Ireland: New Brunswick, Canada: Nathaniel Inch had a brother, John Inch b. 29 Jun 1795, d. about 1877 who came to NB in 1820 and settled at Jerusalem, Queens County: left no issue: see also MC80/407 The Canadian biographical dictionary, pages 613-614: see also MC80/823 Annie E. Elder's History of New Jerusalem, pages 62-64: see MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 89: see also MC80/2774 Dawn Bremner et. al. Places of our hearts: memories of the Base Gagetown communities to 1953, page 83.

INCHES: Andrew Inches b. 1817 in Scotland, d. 1 Dec 1897: came to NB in 1832 and settled in Fredericton, York County: m. Margaret Dougal b. 1824, d. 2 Nov 1901, d/o William Dougal: they had seven children, one of whom died young: Only children mentioned: 1) William Inches b. c1847, d. 1876: 2) Charles Inches born c1848: 3) Margaret Inches m. Thomas D.R. Hemming and settled in Fredericton: 4) Miss Inches married Professor Fletcher of the University of Toronto: 5) Miss Inches m. Rev. Millidge Walker. Sources: MC80/132 Lillian M.B. Maxwell's The old grave-yard, page 93: Andrew's brother Julius Inches also came to NB and settled in Fredericton: see also MC80/145 Louise Hill's Fredericton, New Brunswick, British North America, pages 91-92: see also MC80/2334 Isabel L. Hill's The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. III, pages 3-6.

INCHES: James Inches born at Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland: died shortly after settling in NB: he married Janet Small born in Dirnanean, Strathardts, Perthshire, Scotland: they came to NB in 1832 and settled in Saint John: had twelve sons and no

daughters: Only children mentioned: 1) Andrew Inches b. 1817, d. 1897, m. Margaret Dougal: 2) Keir Inches born 1819, died 19 Jul 1838: 3) Julius LeGendre Inches born 1824 at Dunkeld, Scotland, d. Aug 1900, m. Jane Frances Everett d/o Thomas Carleton Everett and Mary Camber of Saint John: had no issue: he settled in Springhill near Fredericton, York County: 4) Peter Robertson Inches (Dr.) b. 19 Feb 1835 Saint John, m. 1876 Mary Dorothea Fiske d/o Dr. C. K. Fiske of Massachusetts and Saint John, NB: they had seven children. Sources: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 33 to 34 and 419 to 420: see also MC80/2334 Isabel L. Hill's The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. III, pages 3-6: see also MC1958 Lucy Everett Morrison fonds, MS2 Morrison family history, by Patricia Morrison, pages 31-33.

INGALLS: John Ingalls b. 16 May 1771 at Sullivan, ME, d. 15 Sep 1831, s/o William Ingalls and Deborah Goss: came to NB in 1800 and settled on Grand Manan Island in Charlotte County: married (1st) 8 Mar 1796 Rebecca Belcher Newton b. 13 May 1776, d. 4 Nov 1805: m. (2nd) 26 Nov 1807 Sarah Cheney b. 16 Feb 1783 at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children of first wife: 1) Philip Newton Ingalls born 31 Dec 1796, drowned off Grand Manan 5 Oct 1827, m. 11 Jan 1825 Hannah Amelia Newton: 2) Sarah Elizabeth Ingalls b. 18 Dec 1799, m. 10 Oct 1819 Wilford Fisher: 3) John Ingalls born 14 Jul 1801, d. 26 Feb 1870, m. 17 Apr 1825 Margaret Gatcomb: moved to Machiasport, ME: 4) Rebecca Belcher Ingalls b. 20 Jul 1803, married (1st) 15 Aug 1822 Samuel Kent, m. (2nd) 1837 Joel Ingersoll: Children of second wife: 5) Samuel Ingalls b. 27 Nov 1808, m. 28 Apr 1831 Jane Randall: settled at East Machias, ME: 6) William Ingalls b. 14 Aug 1810, m. (1st) 16 Nov 1831 Sarah J. Sheppard, (2nd) Lorinda Cheney, (3rd) Charlotte Guptill: settled on Grand Manan, NB: 7) Charles Ingalls b. 27 May 1813, m. 17 Sep 1850 Mary Eliza Cheney b. 6 May 1834 d/o Samuel Cheney and Frances/Fanny Henry: 8) Alden Ingalls b. - , drowned young: 9) David Preble Ingalls b. 22 Sep 1820, m. (1st) 23 Nov 1845 Jane Benson, m. (2nd) Amelia Wilcox. Source: RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Ingalls family: The Ingalls family in England, microfilm F11084, 4 pages.

INGERSOLL: Samuel Ingersoll b. 1785 in Maine, d. after 1851, m. Rebecca Meigs born 1791 in New Hampshire, died after 1871: this family came to NB about 1805 and settled on Grand Manan Island, Charlotte County:

Children: 1) Sarah Ingersoll born 24 Feb 1809, d. 1894: 2) Anson Meigs Ingersoll born 15 May 1815, died 1 Jan 1897 at Seal Cove, married 1 Jul 1839 Eunice Benson born 20 May 1820 at Machias, Maine, died 7 Feb 1895, d/o Caleb Benson and Mary Shepherd: family settled on Grand Manan Island: 3) William Ingersoll b. 1831, d. 8 Jul 1866: 4) Caroline D. Ingersoll b. 1833, died 13 Jun 1864. Source: MC1/Ingersoll, 22 pages: file contains a copy of The Edgar Daniel Ingersoll Family: in 1805 three brothers, Jonathan Ingersoll, Joel Ingersoll and Samuel Ingersoll moved from Maine to Grand Manan, Charlotte County.

INGERSOLL: Sargent Ingersoll b. 6 Dec 1726 in Gloucester, MA s/o David Ingersoll and Mary Sargent, married 10 Jan 1749 Gloucester, MA, Esther Broome b. 1730 d/o James Broome and Mary Tricker: came to NB: settled on Deer Island, West Isles Parish, Charlotte County: moved to Maine in 1770: Children: 1) Sargent Ingersoll Jr. born 1750, m. 15 Nov 1774 Rebecca Ingersoll born 30 Sep 1750 at Gloucester, MA, d/o Andrew Ingersoll and Rebecca Broom: 2) James Ingersoll b. 1752, d. young: 3) Esther Ingersoll born 16 Oct 1753, married 18 Nov 1774 James Colman: 4) Mollie Ingersoll b. 1756, m. Capt. Smith: 5) Elizabeth Ingersoll b. 25 May 1758, d. after 1840, m. 8 Dec 1775 William Stewart born 1752, died 1830: settled on Deer Island: 6) Simeon Ingersoll b. 1760: 7) James Ingersoll b. 1762: 8) Catherine Ingersoll b. 1765, d. after 1833, m. (1st) Capt. Dickey, married (2nd) Plato Dana Loyd Sr. born 1772, died after 1851: settled on Deer Island: 9) Dorcas Ingersoll born 1768, d. 1815, married James Tewksbury b. 1760, died 1835: settled on Deer Island. Sources: MC80/21 Martha Barto's Passamaquoddy: Genealogies of West Isles families, page 117: see also MC80/534 Lillian D. Avery's A genealogy of the Ingersoll family in America 1629-1925, pages 21 and 25.

INGLEDEW: James Ingledew born c1797 in Yorkshire, England, died 7 Mar 1876: settled in Saint John: married Elizabeth - born c1795 in England, d. 21 Dec 1875: only child mentioned was, Eliza Otty Ingledew b. c1827, died 2 Dec 1844. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 112.

INGLIS: Samuel Inglis b. 1806 in Scotland: came to NB in 1815: settled in Shediac Parish, Westmorland County: m. Jane - b. 1815 in NB: Children born in NB:

1) James Inglis b. 1835: 2) Charlotte Inglis b. 1837: 3) Sarah Inglis b. 1839: 4) Isabella Inglis b. 1842: 5) Julia Inglis b. 1845: 6) William Inglis b. 1847: 7) John Inglis b. 1849: 8) Eliza Inglis b. 1851. Source: MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS1A: on microfilm reel F20981; see sheet for Samuel Inglis.

INGRAHAM: Abijah Ingraham born 12 May 1755 at Derby in New Haven County, CT, d. 1831, s/o Benjamin Ingraham and Hannah Tomilson: he was living at Albany, NY at start of war and came to NB as a Loyalist in 1783: first settled at Queensbury, then at Dumfries in York County: m. Mary Moore d/o Peter Moore or Mooers: Children: 1) Charles Ingraham born c1789, married Elizabeth Courser: 2) Nathaniel B. Ingraham born 25 Jan 1790, d. 27 Oct 1857, m. 8 Apr 1817 Margaret Watson: 3) John Ingraham born 27 Oct 1791, died 16 Apr 1880, married 29 Dec 1832 Charlotte Guion: 4) Mary Ingraham b. 12 Aug 1793, d. 1882, m. 22 Sep 1814 Thomas Shaw: 5) Hannah Ingraham born c1795, died 1868, m. 1 Apr 1814 Peter Watson: 6) Manuel Ingraham born 29 Jun 1798, died in 1876, m. 3 Aug 1826 Naomi Moore: 7) Peter Ingraham born c1799: 8) Benjamin Ingraham born c1801, d. 3 Nov 1866, m. Mary Ann Bradley: 9) Eunice Ingraham born 14 Apr 1804, married 1824 James Donald: 10) Abijah Ingraham Jr. born 12 May 1807, d. 24 Feb 1874, m. 20 Sep 1848 Rhoda Ann Fox born 21 Mar 1815 at Southampton, York County, died 9 Dec 1890, d/o George Fox and Elizabeth Freeman: had three children: 11) Ann Ingraham born 3 Dec 1809, died 1897, married 21 Jul 1830 George Washington Nevers. Sources: MC1/Ingraham #1,2,3 100 pages: birth order of the children differs among sources: the file contains a copy of a diary by Benjamin Ingraham and reminiscences by his daughter Hannah: Ingraham family was of Dutch descent: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Ingraham family: Benjamin and Abijah Ingraham, Loyalist ancestors of the Ingrahams of New Brunswick, microfilm F11084, 7 pages.

INGRAHAM: Benjamin Ingraham born 20 Apr 1748 at Derby, New Haven County, CT, d. 23 Feb 1810, s/o Benjamin Ingraham and Hannah Tomilson: m. 8 Apr 1771 Jerusha Barrett of Kings District, Albany County, NY, b. - , d. Apr 1817: settled in Albany County, NY at the start of the war: came to NB as Loyalists in 1783: first settled at Fredericton, then in Queensbury Parish, York County: Children:

1) Hannah Ingraham b. 21 Apr 1772 in Kings District, Albany County, NY, died 29 Feb 1869: 2) John Ingraham born 20 May 1773 in Kings District, NY: settled at Bear Island, Queensbury Parish, York County: married and had five children: 3) Ira Ingraham born 21 Nov 1785 at Fredericton, d. 30 Mar 1868, m. Olive Clark b. 1781, d. 24 Jun 1863: settled at Bear Island, Queensbury Parish, York County: had seven children: 4) Ann Ingraham born 3 Sep 1789 at Fredericton. Sources: MC1/Ingraham #1,2,3, 100 pgs.: the Ingraham family was of Dutch descent: see also MC3/492 Darrel Butler's United Empire Loyalists: Hannah Ingraham 1772-1869, 4 pgs.: see MC80/644 Isabel L. Hill's The old burying ground Fredericton, NB, Vol. II, page 74: see MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 17831983, page 339 which say Benjamin was born 9 Apr 1747: see also MC80/1324 Earle Thomas' Greener pastures: the Loyalist experience of Benjamin Ingraham: see also MC1145 Ruth Cleghorn collection, MS4U Ingraham family, 20 pages: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Ingraham family: Benjamin and Abijah Ingraham, Loyalist ancestors of the Ingrahams of New Brunswick, microfilm F11084, 7 pages: see also D.R. Jack's Loyalist families of New Brunswick on microfilm F355, Vol II, pages 140-147 contains a copy of Hannah Ingraham's diary.

INGRAM: George Ingram born c1796 in Ireland, died 21 Jul 1860, married in Ireland, Mary Russell born c1797 in Ballinlough, Ireland d/o John Russell and Elizabeth Love: they came to NB in June 1822 and settled in Newcastle, Northumberland County: Children: 1) Nancy Ingram b. c1821 in Ireland: 2) Jane Ingram b. c1822 in Ireland, d. 16 Sep 1892, m. 9 May 1844, William McMaster b. c1820 in NB, d. 24 Jun 1881, s/o William and Ann McMaster of Glenelg, NB: settled at Newcastle: had nine children: 3) Mary Ingram born c1825 in NB, d. 24 Feb 1912, m. 13 Mar 1845 James Henderson b. c1823 in Scotland, died c1896: they settled in Newcastle and had nine children: 4) Eliza Ingram born c1828, d. 8 Jul 1913, m. 20 Jul 1855 in Chatham, NB, John Wentworth Flieger b. c1828: settled in Chatham and had eight children: 5) Rebecca Ingram b. Feb 1830, d. Nov 1910, m. 30 Sep 1875 in Newcastle, as his second wife, Donald Fraser: 6) Grace Ingram b. c1830, d. 16 Apr 1908, married 17 Feb 1853 in Chatham, Thomas H. Flieger b. c1821 in NS, d. after 1881, s/o John Flieger and Jane Brown: settled in Chatham and had ten children: 7) Sarah Ann Ingram b. 20 May 1834, d. 21 Jan 1924 in Vancouver, BC, m. 15 Sep 1859 at Newcastle, Matthew Russell b. c1833 in Newcastle, d. 15 Sep 1859, s/o John and Margaret Russell: settled in Newcastle had eight children: 8) Joseph Ingram b. 29 Jun 1836 in Newcastle, d. 3 May 1908 in Saint John: 9) Margaret Ingram b. c1839, d. 1889 at Newcastle, married 25 Jun 1874 at Newcastle, Hugh N. Bishop: 10) George Ambrose Ingram b. 24 Oct 1839, died 12 Mar 1906, m. 22 Nov 1864 Esther Walker b. c1845 in Chatham, d. 1 Aug 1909, d/o George and Jane Walker of Chatham: settled in Newcastle and had ten children.

Source: MC80/2091 Thelma E. Brooks' Russell & Edmonds families of Northumberland County, New Brunswick, pages 2-3, 6-9.

INNIS: James Innis or Ennis born 1742 in Ireland, d. 17 Jun 1817, m. 19 May 1764 in Ireland Elizabeth Coghlard or Coughland b. c1748, d. 3 May 1828: they came to NB: settled at Bloomfield, Norton Parish, Kings County: Possibly children: 1) John Innis b. 12 Feb 1767 in Newfoundland, d. Dec 1834, m. Margaret Roach b. - , died Jan 1834: first settled in Sussex Vale: had issue: moved to Ontario in 1825: 2) James Innis b. 1768 in Newfoundland: 3) Elizabeth Innis b. 1772 in Newfoundland: 4) Jane Innis b. 1775 in Boston, MA: 5) Margaret Innis b. 1778 on Saint John River in NB: 6) Isaac Innis b. 1780 on Saint John River in NB: 7) Moses Innis b. 1782 on Saint John River in NB: settled in Kings County. Sources: MC80/1 Grace Aiton's The story of Sussex and vicinity, pages 29-30: see also MC1/Innis, 3 pages: see also MC80/2809 David G. Keirstead's The Bloomfield area remembered, Section 1, pages 11-13.

INNIS: James Innis b. 1763 in Murrayshire, Scotland, d. 19 Jul 1839: came to NB in 1784: settled at Gordon's Landing near Bartibog in Newcastle Parish, Northumberland County: m. Elizabeth Murdoch born c1781, d. 12 Feb 1865 at Lower Newcastle: had at least eleven children: only child mentioned was, Isabella Innis b. 1814, d. 11 Nov 1839. Source: MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B1 Collection of "local history" and "biographical" notes, 1 page: see also MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 2 pages: see entries for James Innis. INNIS, James also see under ENNIS, James

INNIS: John Innis or Innes (Sgt.) b. c1746, d. 6 Oct 1841: he came from Edinburgh, Scotland to NB before 1783 and settled in Saint John: married Elizabeth Pratt b. c1765, d. 21 Oct 1850, d/o Elizabeth Pratt: Only children mentioned: 1) John Innis b. - , d. 1845 in Charleston, SC: 2) Elizabeth Innis born 1786, d. after 1860, m. a Baptist Minister. Sources: MC80/450 Charlotte Robinson's Pioneer Profiles of New Brunswick Settlers "Elizabeth Innes" pages 41-49: Elizabeth Pratt Sr. was born May 1727 and d. 1817: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

IRISH: John Winckworth Mercer Irish born 29 Jul 1799, d. 3 Oct 1868, s/o John Irish and Margaret Banbury Day of Rhode Island and Nova Scotia: he came to NB by 1825 and settled in Saint John: was a merchant: m. (1st) 18 Jun 1831 Mary Ann Golding and had six children: m. (2nd) Sarah Wilson b. - , d. 14 Jul 1886 at Falmouth, NS: Children of first wife: 1) George C. Irish b. c1832 in Saint John, m. 10 May 1869 Edith Nickerson born 1840 at Argyle, NS: had issue: 2) William Allison Irish b. 28 May 1841, d. 1 May 1847: 3) Edward Irish b. 7 Oct 1843: 4) Mary Ann Irish b. 15 Apr 1846: 5) Winckworth Irish b. 12 Dec 1850: 6) Sophia Irish b. 1852, d. 8 Apr 1867: 7) Margaret B. Irish b. - , d. 2 Mar 1886 at Halifax, NS. Source: RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Irish family, microfilm F11084, 3 pages.

IRISH: Simeon C. Irish born c1813, d. Mar 1895, married 22 Sep 1869 at St. Andrews, Charlotte County, Sarah Jane Maxwell: they settled at St. George, in Charlotte County: Children: 1) Grace Elizabeth Irish born 8 May 1873, d. 6 Oct 1885: 2) Claressa Jane Irish b. 31 May 1876, d. 29 Jan 1886: 3) Charles Simeon Irish b. 24 Nov 1879, d. 8 Mar 1962 in Los Angeles, CA: 4) William Henry Irish born 24 Nov 1883, d. 3 Nov 1954: 5) Robinson Randle Thomson Irish born 10 Jul 1890, died 22 Nov 1970 Portland, OR: 6) Therissie Caroline Irish born 26 Jul 1892, died 9 Dec 1893. Source: MC1/Irish, 5 pages: Sarah Jane (Maxwell) Irish married (2nd) Fred Baldwin.

IRONS: Hugh Irons b. c1810 Ireland, d. 11 Dec 1884: came to NB in 1845 and settled in Saint John: married Ann Watson born c1829 in Ireland, d. 31 Oct 1869: only child mentioned, Mary Ann Irons b. c1850, d. 27 Feb 1852. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 114.

IRONS: Samuel Irons b. 1818 in County Derry, Ireland: came to NB in 1836 and settled at Youngs Cove in Waterborough Parish, Queens County: m. Jane Christie: Children: 1) Samuel Irons Jr.:

2) James Irons: 3) William Irons: 4) Christie Irons: he settled in Saint John. Source: MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, page 36. IRVIN, IRVINE and IRVING are interfiled

IRVINE: Alexander Irvine b. c1860 at Fair Isle, Scotland, d. 28 Apr 1937 at Oak Bay, Saint David Parish, Charlotte County: married Eleanor Simpson d/o Joseph Simpson: came to NB 1885 and settled at Chatham, Northumberland County: moved to St. Stephen, Charlotte County by 1930. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 290.

IRVINE: Arthur Irvine born c1808 in Ireland, d. 2 Nov 1897: came to NB in 1836 and settled in Saint John: married on 2 Jan 1844 in Saint John, Margaret Burns born 1809, died 31 Mar 1869: only child mentioned, Mary Ann Irvine born 1844 in Saint John, died unmarried 9 Mar 1939. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 115.

IRVIN: David Irvin born c1810 in Ireland, buried 11 Mar 1891, m. Eleanor Densmore b. Oct 1809 in County Down, Ireland, buried 30 Jan 1881: came to NB and first settled at Chamcook in Saint Andrews Parish, Charlotte County: they moved to Calais, ME after 1851: Children born at Chamcook, NB: 1) Robert Irvin b. 20 Jul 1831: 2) Elizabeth Irvin born c1834, d. 4 Apr 1908 at Calais, ME, m. c1855 John Stevenson b. c1826 in England: first settled at Milltown, Saint Stephen Parish, NB: had two children before moving to Calais, ME after 1861: 3) James Irvin b. c1836, d. 27 Feb 1851: 4) David Irvin b. c1839, d. 26 Apr 1878 at Vanceboro, ME: 5) Ann Irvin b. c1841: 6) John Irvin b. 11 Mar 1842, m. 15 Jul 1865 at Calais, ME, Sarah Coombs born c1841 in Maine: had one child: 7) Jane Irvin b. c1842: 8) Ellen Irvin b. c1846: settled in Calais, ME: 9) Francis Irvin born 4 Jul 1851, died 6 May 1902 at Calais, ME, m. Lydia M. Grover born c1860 at St. George, Charlotte County, NB, d. 30 Sep 1911: settled in Calais, ME and had seven children: 10) Margaret Irvin b. 4 Jul 1851, d. 2 Mar 1878 at Calais, ME.

Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, pages 283-286.

IRVINE: David Irvine b. 26 Nov 1831 at Crimland, Fermanagh, Ireland, d. 29 May 1924, s/o Robert Irvine and Mary Ellis: came to NB and settled at Centreville, Carleton County: m. Jane - b. 1834, d. 1917: Children: 1) Horace Irvine: settled in Andover, NB: 2) David Irvine: went to western Canada: 3) Addie Irvine: settled in Andover: 4) Miss Irvine m. Mr. MacKay: she died, leaving two children: 5) Miss Irvine m. Fred Humes: moved to western Canada. Source: MC1156 Graves Papers: David Irvine, 1 page.

IRVING: George Irving born 1777 at Hoddain, Scotland or 29 Jul 1794 at Poolscroft, Dumfries, Scotland, died 1863, s/o John Irving and Janet Cairo or Cain: m. Jane Strit or Stit, b. 1786 in New Londonderry, Ireland, d. 1889: family came to NB about 1829 and settled at Mill Branch in Kent County: Daughters: 1) Elizabeth Irving b. 1817 in Dumfrieshire, Scotland, married 4 Apr 1834 Alexander Robertson s/o Archibald and Marion Robertson: they settled at Nicholas River, Richibucto Parish, Kent County and had seven children: 2) Mary Irving m. 25 Dec 1844 James Beers and had seven children: 3) Jessie Irving b. 1826 in Scotland, d. 1880, married 1845 Thomas W. Cail b. 1816 in Cumberland, England, d. 1881, s/o Jonathan Cail and Christabel Lewis: settled at Fords Mills and had nine children: 4) Jean Irving born in Kent County, NB, m. John Dunn: had five children: 5) Agnes or Nancy Irving d. unmarried: 6) Margaret Ann Irving born 1835, d. 1862: Sons: 1) George Irving born c1820, died 1890, married (1st) 25 Dec 1867 Matilda Spencer b. c1838: had four children: m. (2nd) his first wife's widowed sister Rachel (Spencer) Oulton: 2) Thomas Irving m. in Nov 1848 Isabella Robinson: settled at Mill Branch and had six children: 3) Herbert Irving b. 30 Mar 1823 at Annandale, Scotland, d. 18 Sep 1907, m. 1850 at Rexton, NB, Catherine Dargavel b. 23 Jul 1829 Dumfries, Scotland, died 2 Apr 1896, d/o Mr. Dargavel and wife, Jean Murdoch: they settled in Buctouche: their son James Dargavel Irving was industrialist J.D. Irving: 4) John Irving born 28 Apr 1832, m. 1865 Susannah Kirk and had three children. Sources: MC1/Irving #2, 4 pages: the file contains a report titled The Irvings of Kent County by Deborah Hale, and a family group sheet: see MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 104-105: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Irving family: The Irving family, microfilm F11084, 1 chart.

IRVING: George Irving born Mar 1788 at Dumfries, Scotland, died 13 Apr 1841, m. 1 Apr 1811 in Dumfries, Scotland, Agnes McWhirr b. Apr 1786 in Dumfries, d. 28 Dec 1862: came to NB 1817: first settled at Musquash, Saint John County, then at Baltimore, near Hillsborough, Albert County by 1827: Children: 1) John McWhirr Irving b. 17 Jul 1812 Dumfries, Scotland, d. 12 May 1877: came to NB about 1828: m. (1st) c1844 Margaret Burton b. 1820, d. 17 Feb 1863, d/o Thomas Q. Burton and Hannah Steeves: had three sons and five daughters: m. (2nd) Mary - b. 1815, died 20 Feb 1874: married (3rd) Mrs. Derry, a widow: family settled in Dover, NB: 2) Ellen E. Irving b. 21 Jul 1814 in Dumfries, Scotland, d. 1897 in Baltimore, married 29 Jan 1843 Isaac Stiles: had no children: 3) William Henry Irving b. 22 Jun 1816 Dumfries, Scotland, d. May 1903 in Hillsborough, m. 24 Feb 1848 Ruth Steeves b. 1823, d. 1897: four children: 4) Agnes Irving born 21 Aug 1819 in Musquash, NB, d. c1895: married (1st) George H. McLatchy, m. (2nd) 8 May 1856 Henry P. Addy born 3 Jun 1834, d. 25 Nov 1890: settled in Moncton and had five children: 5) James Irving b. 17 Aug 1821 in Musquash, died 16 Apr 1825: 6) Mary Irving born 1 May 1823 at Musquash, married Oliver Anderson of Cap de Rocher, b. 1805, d. 14 Nov 1877: had no issue: 6) George N. Irving b. 17 Aug 1825 at Musquash, d. 1910, m. 15 Sep 1848 Jane Milton b. 1824, d. 1905: settled at Baltimore, NB: 7) James Irving (Rev.) born 27 Apr 1826, d. 5 Jul 1878, m. Oct 1854 Eliza Steeves born c1830, d. 5 Jan 1904, a sister of Jordan Steeves: had fourteen children: she later m. Enoch H. Dawson of Dawson Settlement. Sources: MC80/535 William H. Irving's Fundy Family, pages 57-105, 172-180: George came to NB with two brothers; one settled in Douglastown, NB: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 149.

IRVINE: George Corry Irvine born c1794 probably at Irvinetown in County Fermanagh, Ireland, died 13 Jul 1866: m. c1829 Elizabeth Jane Sanderson b. c1811, died 13 Mar 1874: came to NB in 1840 and settled in Westfield Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) Margaret Irvine b. c1831, d. 11 May 1905: 2) Eliza Irvine b. 1832: 3) Mary Ritchie Irvine b. Oct 1835 in Irvinetown, Ireland, d. Sep 1922, m. 9 Sep 1852 Thomas Edwards b. 1816 poss. at Mathern, Wales, d. 24 Aug 1874: settled in Summerville, Westfield Parish, Kings County: had seven children: 4) William Irvine b. c1837: 5) Andrew Irvine b. c1839: 6) Hamilton Irvine b. c1840: 7) Albert Irvine b. c1844: 8) Arthur J. Irvine b. c1846, d. 13 Mar 1913: 9) Walter Irvine b. 1848, d. 12 Dec 1874: 10) Joseph Irvine b. c1850.

Source: MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Porter, 2 pages.

IRVIN: Hugh Irvin b. Mar 1802 in Ireland, died 10 Dec 1885: he came to NB about 1827 and settled at Tower Hill, Saint David Parish, Charlotte County: m. Mary - b. c1808 in Ireland: she came to NB about 1836: Children: 1) George Irvin born c1827 in Ireland, d. after 1910: he came to NB in 1836: m. 19 Dec 1855 in Charlotte County, Hannah Irons b. c1829 in NB: settled at Tower Hill and had four children: 2) Sarah A. Irvin b. c1836 in NB, m. Mr. Deacon: settled in Milltown, Saint Stephen Parish, Charlotte County: 3) Catherine I. Irvin b. c1837 in NB: 4) William Irvin born 1839 at Tower Hill, d. 10 Jan 1910 at Eureka, Humbolt County, CA: m. Janet - b. c1843 in NB: first settled at Tower Hill, NB, then moved to California in 1880's: they had at least one child in NB: 5) James Irvin b. c1841: 6) Margaret Irvin b. c1842, m. Mr. King: family moved to Los Angeles, CA: 7) Isabella Irvin b. c1844, d. after 1910, m. at St. Stephen, Charlotte County, James W. Morris: 8) Gerard Irvin b. c1848: settled in Saint David Parish: 9) Alexander Hugh Irvin b. c1849, d. 1910: first settled in Saint David Parish then moved to California. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, pages 271-273.

IRVING: James Irving b. c1782 at Annan, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, d. 7 Aug 1859, m. Elizabeth - c1790 at Annan, Dumfriesshire, d. 2 Jul 1879: came to NB in Jun 1823: settled in Norton Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) Sarah Irving b. c1810, d. 4 Apr 1875, m. Elijah Baxter Jr. b. c1809, d. 15 Feb 1884: settled in Norton and had issue: 2) Amelia Irving born c1816, married Abraham B. Smith b. c1818 in NB of English descent: they settled in Norton and had at least seven children: 3) Janet Irving born 1 Feb 1817, died 8 May 1905, married James Johnston born c1815 in NB, d. 4 Mar 1891. Sources: MC80/2326 John R. Elliott's Gone but not forgotten: cemetery inscriptions of Kings County, New Brunswick, Vol. 4: Old Presbyterian Cemetery, Bloomfield, NB, page 76: see also Kings County census records.

IRVINE: James Irvine b. c1825 in Ireland, m. Agnes - b. c1826: came to NB: settled in Saint Andrews Parish, Charlotte County: only child mentioned was, Margaret Irvine b. c1849.

Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 287.

IRVINE: James Henry Irvine b. c1803 in Ireland, d. 23 Jun 1878, married Annabella - b. Dec 1808 in Ireland, d. 25 May 1881: came to NB about 1832 and settled at Little Ridge in Saint James Parish, Charlotte County: Children: 1) Capt. Hugh Irvine b. c1830 in Ireland, d. 18 Nov 1894, m. Amelia P. - born Apr 1845 in NB, d. May 1933: had five children before moving to Calais, Maine: 2) Alexander Irvine b. c1833 in Saint James Parish, d. 12 Feb 1872, m. Emily Hill Smith b. 13 Dec 1840 in NB, d. 22 Jan 1918: settled in Saint James Parish and had six children: 3) Mary A. Irvine b. c1835: 4) William Irvine born c1836, d. 22 Apr 1876, m. Emily Hill (Smith) Irvine, widow of his brother: they settled in Saint James Parish and had two children: 5) Dianah Irvine b. c1839, m. 4 Apr 1865 at Calais, Washington County, ME, Samuel Robinson Stevens: 6) James Henry Irvine b. 18 Apr 1850, d. unm. 1929 in Saint James Parish. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, pages 265-270.

IRVINE: John Irvine b. - , died before 12 Nov 1849 at Quebec City: he was a shipbuilder: married Lovicia Ellen Marshall: came to NB and settled at Marsh Bridge in Saint John: Children mentioned: 1) John Edward Irvine m. Julia Elvira White: 2) Hugh Marshall Irvine m. Martha Ann Mills: 3) Alexander Irvine married Mary - . Source: RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Irvine family, microfilm F11084, 3 pages: John's brother may have been Hugh Irvine.

IRVIN: John Irvin b. c1792 in Ireland, d. bef. 1861: m. Jane - b. c1803 in Ireland: came to NB in 1828: settled in Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County: Children born in NB: 1) Margaret Irvin b. c1834: 2) Susan Irvin b. c1836: 3) Ruth Irvin b. c1838: 4) Ann Irvin b. 30 Sep 1840: 5) Edward Irvin b. 15 May 1842, m. 24 Dec 1877 in Charlotte County, Jane Johnstone b. c1846 in NB: 6) William Irvin b. c1845.

Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 289.

IRVIN: John Irvin b. 11 Mar 1801 in County Down, Ireland, d. 29 Apr 1879: he came to NB about 1821: settled at Tower Hill, Saint David Parish, Charlotte County: m. 29 Sep 1825 at St. Andrews, Charlotte County, Anne Bell b. c1802 in NB, d. after 1879: Children born in Saint David Parish: 1) Mary Irvin born c1826, married (1st) John Kirkwood, m. (2nd) 8 Jun 1891 in Charlotte County, George Wilson: 2) Margaret Irvin born 30 May 1830, d. 24 Aug 1904, m. 8 Oct 1854 Joseph Johnston b. 21 May 1826 Johnston Settlement, Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, d. 2 Oct 1875, s/o James Johnston and Isabella "Belle" McClaskey: they settled at Tower Hill, Saint David Parish and had eleven children: 3) Jane "Janet " Irvin b. 14 Mar 1833: 4) Thomas Irvin born 1 Jul 1835, d. after 1901, m. 8 Aug 1877 at St. Stephen, Charlotte County, Lydia Trenholm born 15 Feb 1835 in NB, d. 4 Oct 1902 at Rollingdam, Dumbarton Parish, Charlotte County: 5) William Irvin b. 25 Oct 1836: 6) Ruth Irvin b. 26 May 1838, probably d. before 1851: 7) George Washington Irvin b. 14 Feb 1841, d. bef. 1881, m. 1 Nov 1869 at St. Stephen, Catherine Herbert Dinsmore born c1849, died 22 Apr 1905 at Minneapolis, MN: settled in Saint David Parish and had five children: 8) John Edward Irvin born 8 Mar 1843 at Tower Hill, d. 30 Nov 1928 at St. Stephen: m. (1st) 1 Oct 1869 at St. Stephen, Mary E. Dinsmore b. Feb 1849, d. 25 Nov 1888 at Old Ridge, Saint Stephen Parish, d/o Martin H. Dinsmore: had nine children: m. (2nd) 1889 Ida Smith b. - , d. c1911: had four children: settled at Union Mills, Milltown, Saint Stephen Parish. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, pages 275-280.

IRVIN: John Irvin b. c1816 in Ireland, d. 7 Apr 1858, a merchant, his sister, Jane Irvin b. c1822 in Ireland and a nephew, John Irvin b. c1837 in Ireland: came to NB and settled in Saint Andrews, Charlotte County. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 287.

IRVING: John Irving m. Mary Pentloe of St. George in Charlotte County: family first settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County but later moved to Maine: Children:

1) Margaret Irving b. 11 Oct 1834 at St. Andrews, NB: 2) George Irving born 9 Mar 1837 on Grand Manan: 3) Elisha Irving b. 21 Jun 1839 at St. George: 4) William Irving b. 31 Dec 1841 at St. George, m. Sara Jane Huntley b. 28 Jan 1843 at St. George, d/o O'Brien and Elizabeth Huntley: family settled in Eastport, ME: 5) Martha Irving b. 15 Jan 1844 at Kedgewick, Maine: 6) Horace Irving b. 25 Nov 1850 at Kedgewick, Maine: went to Indiana: 7) Henry Irving born at Kedgewick, Maine: went to Indiana. Source: MC1/Irving #3, 3 pages: the surname was also spelt Irvin.

IRVIN: John Irvin b. Dec 1838 in Ireland: came to NB about 1872: settled in Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County: married Mary Jane - b. Jul 1838 in NB: Children: 1) Mary E. Irvin b. 7 Jul 1871 in Ireland: 2) John E. Irvin b. 15 Feb 1873 in NB: 3) Laura A. Irvin born c1875 in NB: 4) Charlotte J. Irvin b. 17 Mar 1878: 5) Thomas Henry Irvin b. 30 Oct 1882. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 289.

IRVIN: Joseph Irvin b. in Northern Ireland: came to NB in early 1800's and first settled at Point de Bute, then at Tidnish in Westmorland County: married Ann Tingley and had seven sons and three daughters: Children mentioned: 1) Joseph Irvin: 2) Edwin Irvin: 3) James Irvin. Source: MC80/45 Howard Trueman's The Chignecto Isthmus and its first settlers, pages 261-262.

IRVING: Joseph H. Irving born 4 Jun 1853, m. 20 Feb 1878 at Hopewell Cape, Albert County, Caroline A. Cleveland b. 25 Feb 1857: Children: 1) Milford Reverdy Irving b. 16 Jun 1879, d. 24 Apr 1958, married Alice Chandler: 2) Everett Enos Irving b. 8 Jan 1881, d. 22 Jan 1928, m. Minetta Steeves: 3) Joseph Ford Irving b. 25 Dec 1882, died 11 Mar 1962, m. Ethel Turner: 4) Clara Frances Irving b. 16 Aug 1884, d. 31 May 1972, m. D. O'Brien: 5) Florence Almira Irving b. 28 Jun 1886, d. 29 Jul 1921, married Charles Peterson: 6) William Arnstead Irving born 3 Jul 1888, d. 16 Sep 1957:

7) Edward George Irving b. 1 Mar 1890, d. 3 Mar 1972, m. (1st) Laura Ona Steeves b. 11 Apr 1888, d. 1947, m. (2nd) Laura Tingley born 22 Feb 1901, d. 15 Aug 1977: 8) Emery Hinson Irving b. 1 Apr 1892, d. Jul 1971, married Dolly Steeves: 9) Aubrey Cleveland Irving b. 8 Apr 1893, died 7 Apr 1959, m. Marie Erb: 10) Paul Russel Irving b. 1 Jun 1896, d. 27 Mar 1916: 11) Harold Burton Irving born 21 Dec 1899, d. 16 Aug 1979, married Doris Boudreau. Source: MC1/Irving/Steeves/Cleveland, 17 pages.

IRVIN: Thomas Irvin b. c1798 in Ireland, d. before 1843, married c1818 in Ireland, Margaret Jane Bell bp. 17 Aug 1796 at Down Patrick, County Down, Ireland, died 6 Apr 1883, d/o John Bell and Jane Black: came to NB in 1820: first settled at St. Andrews, then in 1836 moved to Little Ridge in Saint James Parish, Charlotte County: Children: 1) John Irvin born Jun 1820 in NB, died 10 Mar 1872, married 12 Jan 1845 at St. Andrews, Catherine Gow born 7 Oct 1822 at Chamcook in Saint Andrews Parish, d. 23 Dec 1878 at Barter Settlement, Saint Stephen Parish d/o William Gow and Martha Craig: they settled in St. Stephen and had eleven children: 2) Henry Irvin born 19 Apr 1822, d. 3 Mar 1902, married (1st) 13 Jul 1845 in Charlotte County, Margaret Forsyth b. c1823 in NB, d. c1853: they had five children: m. (2nd) 24 Apr 1855 in Charlotte County, Jane Gray McWhorter b. c1825 in St. Andrews, d. 26 May 1888: settled in St. Stephen: had six children: 3) Child Irvin b. c1825, d. young: 4) Edward Irvin born 14 Jun 1827 at St. Andrews, d. 14 Oct 1920, m. (1st) 12 Oct 1856 in St. Stephen, Sarah Anne Campbell Trimble born 27 Mar 1839 at Mayfield, Saint Stephen Parish, d. 5 Aug 1871 at Little Ridge, NB, d/o Simon and Catherine Trimble: had five children: m. (2nd) 3 Dec 1872 at Little Ridge, Mary Caroline Trimble b. 15 Apr 1837 at Mayfield, NB, d. 9 Apr 1876, d/o Simon and Catherine Trimble: they had one child: m. (3rd) 9 Aug 1880 at St. Stephen, Charlotte Hall Thompson born 21 Jun 1846 in NB, died 8 Dec 1908 in St. Stephen, d/o Cyrus A. Thompson and Harriet Hall: had three children: settled in St. Stephen, NB: 5) Mary Ann Irvin b. 14 Nov 1828 in NB, died 23 Jan 1905, m. 28 Aug 1848 in Saint Stephen Parish James Roy Jr. b. 9 Jan 1825 in Scotland, died 27 Apr 1907, s/o James Roy: they settled in Milltown, NB and had eight children: 6) Eliza Irvin born 13 Aug 1829, died unmarried 3 Aug 1868 at Little Ridge: 7) Sarah Irvin b. c1831 at St. Andrews, d. unm. 11 Apr 1892 at Little Ridge: 8) Thomas Irvin Jr. b. 6 Oct 1834 at St. Andrews, d. unmarried 12 Apr 1892 at Little Ridge, NB: 9) Alexander Irvin b. 1 Sep 1839 at Little Ridge, NB, d. unm. 15 Aug 1927 at Little Ridge. Sources: MC1/Irvin, 13 pages: the surname is also spelled as Irvine: see also MC80/2692 Richard Knapp's John Bell (1812-1876) of Bocabec, St. Patrick Parish, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada, pages 1, 3 of the second section: see MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, 377 pages.

IRVIN: Thomas Irvin born 5 Dec 1835 in Ireland, died after 1901, married Lucy Jane - b. c1835 in Ireland, d. bef. 1901: they came to NB and settled in Saint Patrick Parish, Charlotte County: Children born in NB: 1) Edward G. Irvin b. c1858: 2) Margaret Irvin b. c1859: 3) Sophia Irvin b. c1860: 4) John Irvin b. c1861: 5) Wesley Irvin b. c1861: 6) Arthur M. Irvin b. c1862: 7) Henry Irvin b. c1866: 8) Gilbert A. Irvin b. c1869. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 290.

IRVIN: William Irvin b. c1804 in Ireland, d. before 1871, married in Ireland, Mary Fulton born c1814 in Ireland: came to NB in 1851 and settled at Tower Hill, Saint David Parish, Charlotte County: Children: 1) Matilda Irvin b. c1836 in Ireland: 2) Sarah J. Irvin b. c1838 in Ireland: 3) William Irvin b. c1840 in Ireland, m. Minerva - b. c1846 in NB: settled in Saint David Parish and had seven children: 4) Jarrett Irvin b. c1841 in Ireland: 5) Mary A. Irvin b. c1843 in Ireland: 6) Isabella Irvin b. c1848 in Ireland: 7) George Jackson Irvine [sic] born 22 Nov 1851 in NB: he settled in Saint David Parish: 8) James Irving [sic] b. 16 Jun 1857 in NB: 9) Martha Irvin b. c1859 in NB. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, pages 281-282.

IRVINE: William Irvine born c1808 in Ireland, died 16 May 1894: came to NB about 1833 and settled in Saint John: m. (1st) Jane - b. c1810, d. 1 Feb 1867: m. (2nd) 1 Aug 1867 in Saint John, Adelaide Seely: Pre-deceased by: 1) James Irvine born c1835, d. 19 Aug 1869: 2) Sarah Jane Irvine born 1835, d. 11 Jan 1867: Possibly survived by: 1) William Irvine: 2) Isabella Irvine:

3) Lynes Dudly Irvine: 4) Mabel Alberta Irvine. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, pgs. 114-115.

IRWIN: David Irwin b. 1807 in Ireland: married Ellen - b. 1810 in Ireland: both came to NB in 1831 and settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children: 1) Robert Irwin b. 1832 in NB: 2) possibly, Thomas S. Irwin b. c1833, married Lucie Jane Humphrey born c1833 in Ireland, d. 1900: settled in Elmsville, Saint Patrick Parish: had issue: 3) Elizabeth Irwin b. 1834: 4) James Irwin b. 1836, d. 27 Feb 1851: 5) David Irwin b. 1838: 6) Ann Irwin b. 1840: 7) Jane Irwin born 1842: 8) John Irwin born 1844: 9) Ellen Irwin born 1846: 10) Frank Irwin b. 1848: 11) Margaret Irwin b. 1850. Sources: MC80/360 Acadiensis Volume VI, No. 1, January 1906, Epitaphs: Presbyterian Graveyard, St. Andrews, page 68: surname spelled "Irwine" in the Charlotte County census records: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, page 163.

IRWINE: William Irwine born c1821 in Ireland: he came to NB in 1834 and settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: m. Janet Stevenson b. c1822 in NB: only child mentioned was, George Irwine b. c1847 in NB. Source: MC80/2800 William J. Adams et. al. Irvins, Irvines and Irvings of St. Stephen, New Brunswick: a genealogy of the descendants of Thomas Irvin and Margaret Jane Bell, page 288: the 1851 census shows Janet Stevenson, mother-inlaw b. c1786 in Scotland as living with the family.

IVES: David Ives born 15 Jun 1740 Wallingford, CT, d. 1804, s/o Benjamin Ives and Hannah Moss: m. 25 Mar 1761 at Goshen, CT, Eunice Gillett born 6 Nov 1741 in Hartford, CT, d/o Abel Gillett and Abigail Ensign: came from Vermont to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: first settled at Burton, Sunbury County: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Jesse Ives b. 7 Jun 1762, d. young : 2) Ruth Ives b. 19 Mar 1764: 3) Abigail Ives b. c1766: 4) Daniel Ives b. c1768: 5) Sarah Eunice Ives b. c1770, m. c1784 Jared Tozer b. 4 Apr 1764, d. 22 Nov

1850: eventually settled at South Esk, Northumberland County, NB: 6) Marab Ives b. c1776, died 23 May 1843, m. 18 Sep 1791 Stephen Kinney b. 1771 Oromocto, Sunbury County, d. 18 Sep 1837: they eventually settled at Greenfield in Carleton County: 7) Miss Ives m. Mr. Adams: 8) Anthony Ives: he settled in Newcastle, NB: 9) William Ives: he also settled in Newcastle, NB. Sources: MC1/Ives #1,2, 18 pages: see also MC80/939 Ruth Walsh's Family lines traced to European origins of Myles Walsh and Ruth Berg, pages 375-393: it says David was s/o Benjamin and Rebecca Merriam Ives of Meriden, CT and lists children, Jesse Ives, Ruth Ives, Abigail Ives and Dan Ives: see also MC1396 George Hayward genealogical fonds, MS1C The Hayward collection, A810, 2 pages.

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