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OAKES: Henry Oakes b. c1818 in Carlingford Parish, County Louth, Ireland, d. 25 Sep 1892: came to NB before 1841 and first settled at Mount Theobold, St. Martins Parish, Saint John County, then at Lower Cove, Saint John: m. (1st) 17 Nov 1846 in Saint John, Bridget Egan, a native of County Sligo in Ireland, m. (2nd) 24 Feb 1869 Elizabeth McConlin. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy's Together in exile, page 189: Henry's brother Michael Oakes came to NB and settled in Lower Cove, Saint John.

OAKES: James Oakes: from Haverhill, MA to Middleton, Annapolis County, NS about 1763, died 1778, m. 24 Sep 1764 Sarah Hammond born 1739 d/o of Philip Hammond and Mary Sweetland of Marblehead, MA: family came to NB and settled at Gagetown in Queens County: Children: 1) James Oakes b. 13 Apr 1766: later moved to Ontario: 2) Benjamin Oakes b. 10 Sep 1769: later moved to Ontario: 3) Sarah Oakes b. 10 Oct 1771: 4) Christopher Oakes b. 13 Apr 1773. Source: MC1/Estabrooks #1,2, 100 pages: contains a copy of The Estabrooks family in Concord, Massachusetts and on Saint John River, New Brunswick, Canada and in Haverhill, Massachusetts by Florence Estabrooks: the widow Sarah (Hammond) Oakes married (2nd) 17 Dec 1778 as his second wife, Elijah Estabrooks: the Oakes and Estabrooks had been neighbours in Haverhill, MA.

OAKES: Michael Oakes b. c1809 Carlingford Parish, County Louth, Ireland, died 25 Dec 1874, m. 3 Mar 1835 at Cooley, Carlingford, Rose Thompson of Acre, Ireland, b. - , d. before 1871: came to NB in 1847 and settled first in St. Martins Parish, Saint John County, then at Lower Cove, Saint John: Children: 1) Catherine Oakes b. at Cooley, bp. 3 Dec 1835, m. c1862 John Johnston a native of Cooley: settled in Lower Cove and had children: 2) James Oakes b. Archial, Ireland, bp. 25 Nov 1837, d. 18 Nov 1920, married 8 May 1884 Catherine O'Leary b. - , died 27 Jun 1925, d/o Daniel O'Leary and Mary Flynn: eventually settled at Lower Cove: 3) Stephen B. Oakes born Gaultrimsland, Ireland, bp. 19 Nov 1839, d. 15 Nov 1926, m. 27 Sep 1876 Mary Toole b. - , d. 15 Oct 1877, d/o James Toole and Bridget Murphy: first settled at St. Martins, then in Lower Cove, Saint John: had one

daughter: 4) Judith Oakes born at Gaultrimsland, baptized 12 Jul 1842, died young: 5) Susan Oakes born c1845 at Cooley, died 25 Mar 1894. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy's Together in exile, pages 187 to 189: Michael's brother Henry Oakes also came to NB and settled at Lower Cove, Saint John.

OAKLEY: George Oakley born c1825 Great Britain, married Mary James b. c1839 in Wales, died 1914, d/o Richard and Catherine James: they came to NB and settled at Tweedside in Manners Sutton Parish, York County: the only child mentioned was, Elizabeth Oakley b. c1868 at Tweedside, NB, d. 1893, m. William Whittaker b. 1829 in Ireland, died 1902, s/o Joseph and Martha Whittaker: settled at Rusagonis in Lincoln Parish, Sunbury County: had issue. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pgs 275-6.

OAKLEY: Joshua Oakley: he came from Westchester County, NY to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled in Jemseg, Cambridge Parish, Queens County: married Eleanor Colwell: Children mentioned: 1) John C. Oakley married Hannah Slipp: 2) Hannah Oakley married John Slipp: 3) Charlotte Oakley m. Samuel Nevers: 4) Sarah Oakley unmarried: 5) Tamar Oakley unmarried Source: MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, page 44: Joshua's only sister, Sarah Oakley married Gilbert Currey.

O'BLENIS: John O'Blenis b. 1737 Harlem, NY, d. 1820, s/o John O'Blenis and Maria Wiltsie: married Martha Travis b. 1750 d/o Jeremiah Travis at Cortlandt Manor, NY: family came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled in Salisbury Parish, Westmorland County: Children: 1) John O'Blenis Jr. b. 1782 in NY: 2) Thomas O'Blenis b. 1785, d. 1862, married Phebe - , b. 1786, d. 1863: 3) Mary O'Blenis b. 1788, d. 18 Apr 1867, m. 15 Apr 1810 John Ford Price: 4) Clarissa O'Blenis b. c1790, married 1813 Joseph Taylor b. 1787, d. 20 Jul 1842, s/o George Taylor and Mary Chapman: 5) Henry O'Blenis born c1793, d. 28 Nov 1884, m. Sarah Taylor born c1795 d/o George Taylor and Mary Chapman: they had eight children: 6) Deborah O'Blenis b. c1795, married 21 Jul 1814 Abner Taylor born 1792, died 1858, s/o George Taylor and Mary Chapman: 7) Miss O'Blenis m. John Taylor s/o George Taylor and Mary Chapman. Sources: MC1/O'Blenis, 20 pages: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families

revisited, pages 217-218.

O'BRIEN: Jeremiah O'Brien b. c1786, d. after 1861: married and settled at Williamstown, South Esk Parish, Northumberland County: wife's name is not provided: Only children mentioned: 1) Daniel O'Brien b. c1827, d. after 1861: 2) John O'Brien b. c1829, died after 1838. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, page 349.

O'BRIEN: John O'Brien born in Ireland: came to NS and settled at Windsor, NS: m. Susan Sivewright of Huguenot descent: family came to NB: settled at St. George, Charlotte County: only child mentioned was, James O'Brien b. 20 Feb 1834 at Windsor, NS, d. 8 Jul 1922, m. 20 Sep 1857 Statira E. Nutter and had four sons and six daughters. Source: MC1156 Graves Papers: James O'Brien, 1 page.

O'BRIEN: John O'Brien born 1790 Waterford, Ireland, d. 6 Mar 1875: came to NB and settled at Nelson, Northumberland County: m. (1st) Miss O'Brien: had four children: m. (2nd) Mary Alward of Kilkenny, Ireland: they had four children, the oldest being John O'Brien Jr. born 20 Feb 1846 at Nelson, NB, d. 20 Oct 1917, m. 15 Oct 1890 Lavinia McPeake of Fredericton, born 1862, died 25 Aug 1948, d/o Patrick McPeake: they had two sons. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: John O'Brien, 1 page: see also MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, page 392.

O'BRIEN: John O'Brien b. 1809 in Ireland, d. 30 Aug 1859: came to NB in 1844 and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: m. Bridget Doyle b. c1821 in Ireland, d. 6 Apr 1902: Children mentioned: 1) Alice O'Brien born 1852: 2) Margaret O'Brien b. 1853: 3) James O'Brien born 1856: 4) William O'Brien b. 1859: 5) Caroline O'Brien b. 1860. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: the Charlotte County census notes that Bridget's brother Andrew Doyle born 1825 in Ireland: came to NB in 1844 and was living with the O'Brien family in 1851.

O'BRIEN: Joseph O'Brien born in Ireland: came to NB and settled in West Saint John: married Anne Murphy born in Saint John d/o Thomas Murphy and Mary Fenolan: Children: 1) Anne Jane O'Brien: 2) Thomas John O'Brien: 3) Andrew O'Brien: 4) Mary O'Brien: 5) Margaret O'Brien: 6) Elizabeth O'Brien: 7) Joseph F. O'Brien: 8) Hanna O'Brien: 9) Ellen O'Brien: 10) Josephine O'Brien. Source: MC80/2467 Karen C. Walsh's The descendants of Michael Walsh and Margaret Gleeson of West Saint John, New Brunswick.

O'BRIEN: Michael O'Brien b. - , died after 1845: settled at Williamstown in South Esk Parish, Northumberland County: married Bridget Jardine b. c1811, d. after 1871: Children: 1) John O'Brien b. Oct 1835, d. after 1851: 2) Cornelius O'Brien b. c1837, d. 1891, married Annie Donoghue: settled in Williamstown: 3) Mary O'Brien b. c1838, died after 1851: 4) Margaret O'Brien b. c1840, d. after 1851: 5) Michael O'Brien Jr. born May 1842: 6) Jeremiah O'Brien born Nov 1844, d. after 1851. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 349, 218: Bridget Jardine had a brother Richard Jardine who married Ellen Kingston.

O'BRIEN: Morris or Maurice O'Brien b. 1806 in Ireland, died 21 Oct 1895: came to NB and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: married Catherine or Mary born 1813 in Limerick, Ireland, died 6 Jan 1885: Children mentioned: 1) John O'Brien b. 1837 in NB: 2) Timothy O'Brien b. 1839: 3) Mary O'Brien born 1841: 4) Margaret O'Brien b. 1843: 5) James O'Brien b. 1848. Source: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County census.

O'BRIEN: Patrick O'Brien b. at Newton Stewart in County Tyrone, Ireland, married in Ireland, Mary - who died at sea on trip to America: they came first to PEI, then moved to NB in 1816 and settled at Halcomb in North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: Only children mentioned: 1) Patrick O'Brien Jr. settled at Halcomb: 2) Michael O'Brien married 7 Apr 1842 Mary Casey born in 1816, died 8 Dec 1882, d/o James Casey and Margaret Tobin: first settled at Halcomb, then moved to Maine about 1848, then to Stillwater, MN by 1853: they had nine children. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 350-351.

O'BRIEN: Patrick O'Brien b. 1834 in County Cork, Ireland, d. 21 Oct 1897, married Rachel - b. 1832 in Ireland, d. 11 May 1924: they came to NB about 1860 and settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children mentioned: 1) Nellie O'Brien b. 1854 in Ireland, d. 1893: 2) Ellen O'Brien born 1855, d. 10 Nov 1882, married Mr. Logan: 3) James O'Brien born 1856: 4) Sarah O'Brien born 1857: 5) Margaret O'Brien born 1859. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County census.

O'BRIEN: Simon O'Brien born 1808 at County Carlow, Ireland, d. 14 May 1881, m. Catherine - born c1817, d. 1 Nov 1885: first lived in Maine, then moved to NB and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children mentioned: 1) Mary A. O'Brien b. 1846 at Robbinston, Maine, died 13 Sep 1881, married Mr. Doyle and had issue: 2) Daniel O'Brien b. 4 Jan 1848, died 12 Jan 1848: 3) Robert O'Brien born 15 Oct 1858, d. 4 Jul 1861. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County census.

O'BRIEN: Timothy O'Brien b. 1827 in Ireland, m. Mary Donovan b. 1832 in Ireland: came to NB in 1841 and settled in Saint John: only child mentioned was, Margaret O'Brien b. c1856, d. 1932, married Patrick Daniel Buckley b. c1850 in Nfld, d. 1938, s/o Daniel F. Buckley and Mary Sullivan of Nfld: settled in Saint John and had children.

Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, page 40: also see the Saint John census returns.

O'BRIEN: William O'Brien b. c1777 in Dublin, Ireland, died 1 Mar 1838: he married and came to NB: settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: tombstone says their were five children buried but names were not given. Source: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records.

O'BRIEN: William Amos O'Brien b. c1770 in Ireland, d. c1844: first settled in Nova Scotia: he then came to NB about 1796 and settled on the Pollet River in Salisbury Parish, Westmorland County: m. Elizabeth Wheaton born c1773 at Sackville, Westmorland County, died before 1860, d/o James Wheaton: Children: 1) Joseph O'Brien b. 1794 in NB, d. 1844, m. 3 Oct 1816 in Salisbury Parish, Abigail Fillmore: 2) James O'Brien b. 1796, d. 1877, married 10 Oct 1816 in Salisbury Parish, Elizabeth Wilson born 1794, died 10 Dec 1885, d/o William and Catherine Wilson: had five children: 3) John O'Brien b. 1798, d. 29 Feb 1876 at The Glades, NB, m. 13 Jan 1833 in Salisbury Parish, Jane Leeman born 1801 in NB: they had four children: 4) William O'Brien b. 1800, m. 17 May 1832 in Salisbury Parish, Margaret Upham b. c1804: 5) Eleanor O'Brien born 1806, m. 12 Jun 1832 Salisbury Parish, James Kay born c1809: had five children: 6) Ralph O'Brien born 1812, married Margaret - born c1811: 7) Charity O'Brien b. 1815, m. 20 Jan 1842 David Babcock born c1823: 8) Ann O'Brien married 28 Dec 1843 Charles Colpitts: 9) Jacob O'Brien born in NB: 10) Jane O'Brien born in NB: 11) Elizabeth O'Brien. Sources: MC80/1678 Agnes A. Morrell's Family tree: Brown/Hopper, Vol. I, pages 25-84, and Vol. II pages 1144-1183: see also MC1/O'Brien #1, 1 page: contains a page from Some account of pioneers on the Pollet River by J.E. Humphreys: see also MC80/1785 Leonard J. Winn's Pedigree charts of the Winn family of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, Family group records #49, 50: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 219.

O'CONNELL: James O'Connell b. c1819 in County Cork, Ireland, d. 10 Jan 1892, m. Johannah - b. c1828 in Ireland: they came to NB in Jun 1841 and settled in Havelock Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) John O'Connell b. c1853 in NB: 2) Michael O'Connell born 1854:

3) Eleanor O'Connell born 1856: 4) James O'Connell born 1859: 5) Johannah O'Connell b. 1861. Sources: MC80/1909 John R. Elliott's Gone but not forgotten, Volume 3: St. Michaels RC Cemetery, Studholm Parish, Kings County, page 91: also see the Kings County census returns.

O'CONNELL: Thomas O'Connell born 1812 at Limerick, Ireland, d. 1868, m. Annie Reardon born 1811 in Ireland, d. 19 Sep 1895: family came to NB in 1840 and settled in Saint John: Children who died before 1900: 1) John O'Connell: 2) William O'Connell: 3) Ellen O'Connell: 4) Annie O'Connell: Children alive in 1900: 5) Bartholomew O'Connell: settled in Saint John: 6) David O'Connell b. Dec 1850, m. (1st) 1875 Bridget Forrest b. - , died Oct 1888: had four children: m. (2nd) 14 Nov 1890 Mary Burns: they also settled in Saint John: 7) James O'Connell: settled in Saint John: 8) Mary O'Connell m. Thomas Kenney of Saint John: 9) Nora O'Connell m. William Finney: 10) Catherine O'Connell married Robert Robertson of Philadelphia, PA. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 239-240. O'CONNOR, Brien see CONNORS, Brien entry

O'CONNOR: Daniel O'Connor b. c1781 in Ireland, d. before 1861, married in Ireland, Bridget Donovan b. c1791 in Ireland, d. before 1861: came to NB in 1827 and settled in Harvey Parish, Albert County: Children: 1) John O'Connor born c1818 in Ireland, died c1883, married 26 Nov 1838 at Memramcook in Dorchester Parish, Westmorland County, Helen or Eleanor Doherty b. - , died after 1901, d/o James Doherty and Ann Travers of New Ireland, Alma Parish, Albert County: settled in New Ireland: eleven children: 2) Daniel O'Connor born 29 Aug 1827, died before 1861: 3) Elizabeth O'Connor born c1831 probably in Harvey Parish: 4) Ann O'Connor b. c1835. Sources: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 211-216.

O'CONNOR: Edward O'Connor b. - , d. after 1846: settled on North West Miramichi River in Northumberland County: married 4 Nov 1832 Catherine Walsh b. - , d. after 1846: Children: 1) John O'Connor born Sep 1833: 2) Morris O'Connor born Feb 1835: 3) Edward O'Connor born Aug 1836: 4) Richard O'Connor born Mar 1840: 5) Catherine O'Connor b. 27 Sep 1842: 6) Alice O'Connor born Jul 1844: 7) Michael O'Connor bp. 1846. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, page 351.

O'CONNOR: James O'Connor b. c1814 in County Cork, Ireland, d. 30 May 1894: he came to NB in 1837 and first settled in Sussex Parish, Kings County, then at Portage Vale in Elgin Parish, Albert County: married on 2 Dec 1843 in Saint John, Mary Malone born c1823 in NB, died 12 Jun 1893, d/o Patrick Malone and Catherine/Kaye Goddard: Children: 1) Catherine Anastasia O'Connor b. c1844, d. 12 Jun 1932, m. (1st) 25 Jun 1873 as his third wife, William Howard of County Kerry, Ireland: had four children: m. (2nd) 21 Nov 1882 South Branch, Cardwell Parish, Kings County, Michael Higgins bp. 8 Aug 1841, died 22 Aug 1920, s/o John Higgins and Ellen Rogan: they settled in Elgin Parish: 2) Mary O'Connor born c1846, d. 2 Aug 1936 at Sussex, NB, m. 27 Jul 1873 probably at South Branch, John O'Leary b. - , died 3 Apr 1927, s/o Timothy O'Leary and Eliza Purtill of Sussex Parish: settled at Philamunroe, Waterford Parish, Kings County: 3) Joanna O'Connor b. c1847, married c1870 Daniel O'Connor b. 1843, d. 1932, s/o John O'Connor and Eleanor Doherty of New Ireland, Alma Parish, Albert County: 4) Elizabeth O'Connor born c1849, died 1918, m. 27 Nov 1876 John Martin of Cardwell Parish, b. c1850, d. 22 Feb 1921 in Elgin, s/o Michael Martin and Bridget Flaherty: settled in Elgin Parish in 1902: had no issue: 5) Margaret Alice O'Connor b. c1853, d. 28 Nov 1941, married 17 Jul 1878 Timothy J. O'Connor b. c1849, died 13 Dec 1914, s/o Roderick O'Connor and Catherine Quinlan: 6) Isabella O'Connor b. c1855, married 23 Jun 1881 Jeremiah O'Connor, s/o John O'Connor and Eleanor Doherty: 7) Agnes J. O'Connor b. c1857, d. 1917, married Daniel J. Costigan b. 1862, died 1912: went to Providence, RI: 8) Berthenia A./Vean O'Connor born c1861, married after 1881 Cornelius Shanahan s/o Michael Shanahan and Mary Swift of Sussex, NB: 9) James O'Connor born c1864, m. 18 Feb 1890 Eleanor Power d/o Michael and Elizabeth Power of New Ireland, NB: they moved to Providence, RI: had five children: 10) Theresa O'Connor died young. Sources: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, pages 195, 221: surname

was also spelled Connors: also see the Kings County census returns: see also MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 216 to 219: James' brother Michael O'Connor married Ann Swift and settled in Albert County.

O'CONNOR: John O'Connor b. - , died after 1844: came to NB by 1825 and settled in North Esk Parish in Northumberland County: married Mary Fearon: Only children mentioned: 1) Jane O'Connor born 1833: 2) John O'Connor born 1835. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 351-352.

O'CONNOR: Maurice O'Connor born c1783, died 1853, m. Alice Quinlan b. c1793: parents and six children came from County Tipperary, Ireland about 1823 to PEI: family later moved to NB and settled at Johnville in Kent Parish, Carleton County: Children: 1) Edward O'Connor b. c1810: 2) Margaret O'Connor b. c1812, m. Edward O'Connor b. c1808, d. 1877: 3) Mary O'Connor born c1814, married Matthew Cahill: 4) John O'Connor b. c1816, m. Rebecca Hogan b. c1826: 5) Timothy O'Connor: 6) Catherine O'Connor: 7) Maurice O'Connor b. c1828, d. 1875, m. Mary Keefe b. 1829, d. 1919: 8) Thomas O'Connor born c1833, d. Dec 1913, m. Mary Gorman b. c1836, died 1913: 9) Anne O'Connor b. 1834, d. 1892, m. Daniel Sullivan b. 1841, died 1906. Sources: MC80/1649 William P. Kilfoil The Kilfoils of Carleton County and related families.

O'CONNOR: Michael O'Connor b. c1819 in County Cork, Ireland, d. 10 Jul 1896: he came to NB in June 1840 and settled in Elgin Parish, Albert County: m. c1850 Ann Swift born c1831 in Ireland, d. 5 Sep 1893, d/o Patrick Swift: Children: 1) Catherine O'Connor b. c1851, d. young: 2) Mary Agnes O'Connor b. c1854, d. 18 Oct 1919, m. 22 Jan 1871 probably at South Branch, Timothy David Buckley b. c1845, d. 5 Jul 1911, s/o Daniel Buckley and Mary Haley of Sussex Parish in Kings County: they settled at Anagance Ridge, Havelock Parish, Kings County and had thirteen children: 3) Bridget Anastasia O'Connor b. c1856, d. c1897, m. 3 Oct 1878 at South Branch, Cardwell Parish, Kings County, Timothy O'Leary b. - , died 26 Jan 1925, s/o Timothy O'Leary and Eliza Purtill of Waterford Parish in Kings County: settled in Saint John County and had nine children:

4) Eleanor O'Connor b. c1858, d. Jan 1915, m. 7 Jan 1876 probably at South Branch, Joseph Nickerson b. - , died 3 Jan 1933, s/o Eastman Nickerson and Ellen Breen of Cardwell Parish: settled in Boston, MA: had seven children: 5) John O'Connor b. c1861, d. 19 Feb 1898, married 26 Sep 1883 probably at South Branch, Bridget A. Layden b. c1863, d. 5 Aug 1950 at Moncton, NB, d/o Michael Layden and Bridget O'Connor of Mechanic Settlement, Kings County: settled in Elgin Parish and had six children: 6) Annie O'Connor b. c1863, d. unmarried before 1881: 7) Margaret O'Connor b. c1864, married 11 Nov 1886 Dennis Dornan born 9 Nov 1858, died 29 Sep 1932, s/o Lawrence Dornan and Mary Doherty of New Ireland: 8) Agnes O'Connor b. c1868 married 3 Sep 1889 Michael Teahan s/o John Teahan and Sarah McGuire of New Ireland: 9) Celia/Cecilia L. O'Connor b. Sep 1872, m. c1897 Daniel James Layden s/o Michael Layden and Bridget O'Connor: 10) Elizabeth Alice O'Connor born Dec 1875, m. 8 Jul 1908 Edward Irvine O'Connor born 1877, died 1963, s/o Arthur O'Connor and Ann Layden. Sources: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 222: see also MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 216-219: Michael's brother James O'Connor married Mary Malone and settled in Albert County.

O'CONNOR: Roderick O'Connor born c1820 at Kenmare in County Kerry, Ireland, d. 31 Jul 1892 in Minneapolis, MN: came to NB in 1839 and settled in New Ireland, Alma Parish, Albert County until moving to Minneapolis, MN in late 1880's: m. 26 Jan 1843 at Memramcook, Dorchester Parish, Westmorland County, Catherine Quinlan born c1818, buried 24 May 1898 in Minneapolis, MN, d/o James Quinlan of County Waterford, Ireland and Mary Ann Berton of Hillsborough Parish, Albert County, Children: 1) Daniel O'Connor b. c1844 probably in Harvey Parish, Albert County, d. 16 Dec 1932, m. 31 Oct 1877 at New Ireland, Mary E. Doherty b. - , died 10 Feb 1943, d/o James Doherty and Ann Dornan of Alma Parish: settled at Lowell, Harvey Parish and had eight children: 2) Arthur O'Connor b. c1847 at Saint John, d. 3 Apr 1932, m. 20 Jul 1871 at South Branch, Cardwell Parish, Kings County, Ann Layden b. - , died 22 Dec 1932, d/o Bartholomew Layden and Ann Rogan of Elgin Parish, NB: settled Surrey, Hillsborough Parish, Albert County: had nine children: 3) Timothy O'Connor born c1849 probably in Harvey Parish, d. 8 Dec 1914 at Riverside, NB, m. 17 Jul 1878 at South Branch, Margaret Alice O'Connor b. - , died on 28 Nov 1941, d/o James O'Connor and Mary Malone of Elgin Parish, Albert County: first settled at New Ireland then in 1902 they moved to Harvey Parish: had eight children: 4) Julia O'Connor born c1852 probably in Harvey Parish, d. 1897, m. 13 Feb 1873 David McFadden s/o Manus McFadden and Rose Dornan of Alma Parish: 5) Margaret O'Connor b. c1856 probably in Alma Parish, died 22 Dec 1861: 6) Catherine O'Connor bp. 16 Jun 1858, died after 1932, m. c1885 Martin Martin s/o Michael Martin and Bridget Flaherty of Cardwell Parish, Kings County: had nine children: settled in Seattle, WA: 7) Roderick O'Connor b. c1860 probably in Alma Parish, married after 1881 Catherine Gallagher: had a large family before moving to Minneapolis, MN: 8)

James O'Connor b. c1863 probably in Alma Parish, buried 2 Jun 1928, m. after 1881 Nell Connelly: went to Minneapolis, MN: had no issue: 9) David O'Connor b. c1868 probably in Alma Parish, d. unm. before 1897 Minneapolis, MN. Sources: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 201-210: Roderick's brother Timothy O'Connor and his wife came to NB and settled in Hopewell Parish, Albert County.

O'CONNOR: Thomas O'Connor b. 1833 on PEI, d. Dec 1913, s/o Maurice O'Connor and Alice Quinlan: married Mary Gorman b. 1836 on PEI, died May 1913 in Brewer, ME, d/o Thomas Gorman and Anne Donahue: came to NB in 1869 and settled in Johnville, Kent Parish, Carleton County: Children: 1) Edmond A. O'Connor b. c1858 in PEI, d. 1953, m. Bridget Murphy born 1865, d. 1961: the family moved to California, then went to British Columbia: 2) William O'Connor b. c1860 in PEI, d. 21 Apr 1938, m. 1889 Rose Rogan born 5 Sep 1861, died 21 Feb 1950, d/o Daniel Rogan and Bridget Ward of Downpatrick, County Down, Ireland: settled in Saint John: had eight children: 3) Clara O'Connor born 1862 in PEI, d. Jul 1857, m. 11 May 1880 Edward Boyd born 1848 at Bocabec, Charlotte County, died 28 Feb 1925, s/o William Boyd and Catherine O'Grady: settled in Johnville and had nine children: 4) Thomas O'Connor born 1866 in PEI, d. 1927, m. Ellen Murphy b. 1865, died 1951: settled in Melrose, MA: 5) Mary O'Connor born 1868 in PEI, d. 1970, m. John Callaghan: settled in Brewer, ME: 6) Martha O'Connor born 21 May 1870 at Bloomfield, NB, d. Oct 1936, m. 14 Aug 1893 William Kilfoil born May 1863 in Kings County, NB, d. 29 Jun 1936, s/o John Kilfoil and Elizabeth Maynes: they settled in Johnville and had thirteen children: 7) Charles O'Connor born c1874, d. 1954, m. Mary Foley b. c1879, d. 1957: settled in Maine: 8) Timothy O'Connor b. c1876, d. 1936, m. May Barry b. c1884, died 1957: settled in South Brewer, ME and had ten children: 9) John L. O'Connor b. c1878 at Saint John, d. Jan 1963, m. Mabel Taylor or Gillis b. 1887, d. 1967: settled in Portland, ME. Sources: MC1/O'Connor, 2 pages: see also MC80/1649 William P. Kilfoil The Kilfoils of Carleton County and related families.

O'CONNOR: Timothy O'Connor born - , d. after 1830: settled at Red Bank, South Esk Parish: m. 10 Feb 1820 Mrs. Ann (Martin) Walsh b. - , died after 1825, d/o William and Mary Ann Martin, widow of James Walsh b. c1758, died c1813: no children are listed. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, page 351.

O'CONNOR: Timothy O'Connor born c1813 in Ireland, m. Catherine - : they

came to NB in 1837 and settled in Hopewell Parish, Albert County: Children mentioned: 1) Bridget O'Connor b. c1838 in NB: 2) Mary O'Connor born c1840: 3) Margaret O'Connor born c1843. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, page 211: Timothy's brother was Roderick O'Connor who came to NB: settled at New Ireland, Alma Parish and married Catherine Quinlan. O'CONNOR: also see under CONNORS O'CONNOR: Timothy see Connor, Timothy (St. George, Charlotte County)

O'DONNELL: Edward O'Donnell born c1782 in Ireland, d. 18 Jan 1848, m. in Ireland, Margaret McCormick b. - , d. Dec 1853: came to NB about 1820 and settled in New Ireland, Alma Parish, Albert County: Children: 1) John O'Donnell b. c1816 Ireland, d. 2 Nov 1872, m. 9 Dec 1838 at Saint John, Mary Ann Boyle: settled near Germantown in Harvey Parish, Albert County: had no children: 2) Anthony O'Donnell born c1819 Ireland, buried 17 Oct 1896: he settled at Brookville, Harvey Parish: 3) Susanna O'Donnell bp. on 23 Oct 1825, m. 13 Aug 1845 at Memramcook, Dorchester Parish, Westmorland County, John McArdle b. c1817, d. 25 Aug 1866, s/o Edward McArdle and Rose McNamee of Harvey Parish: moved to Boston after 1848 but three of their children came back to settle in NB: 4) Edward O'Donnell bp. 23 Oct 1825, may have died before 1857: settled in Brookville, NB: 5) Eleanor O'Donnell born 2 Feb 1827, buried 2 Mar 1900, m. 27 Nov 1873 in Saint John, Henry Carter, a widower: settled at New Ireland: 6) Margaret O'Donnell b. c1831, d. unm. 9 Jan 1906: settled at New Ireland. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 226-228.

O'DONNELL: George O'Donnell b. 1800 County Tyrone, d. 1871: married (1st) - , m. (2nd) Bridget - b. 1834, d. 1872: Only children mentioned: 1) Hugh O'Donnell b. 1822, d. 1906, m. Mary - b. 1832, d. 1889: 2) Thomas O'Donnell b. 1832, d. 1915, m. Theresa - born 1850, d. 1891: had issue. Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue 50, December 1991: Old Johnville cemetery (Carleton Co.) [Kent Parish], page 46: family not in 1871 census.

O'DONNELL: John O'Donnell born c1794 in Ireland, d. before 1871: m. in Ireland, Catherine - b. c1808 in Ireland, d. after 1881: came to NB in 1830 and settled in Stanley, Stanley Parish, York County: Children: 1) Bridget O'Donnell b. c1828 in Ireland: 2) Margaret O'Donnell b. c1832 in NB: 3) Anne O'Donnell born c1835 in NB: 4) Isabella O'Donnell b. c1845 in Stanley, NB, m. John Murray b. 1840 in Stanley, NB, s/o John and Julia Murray: 5) Cornelius O'Donnell b. c1847: Source: MC80/2758 Frances R. McGinn's The story of Michael McGinn (18131904) and Patrick McGinn (1831-1920) York County, New Brunswick, Canada and connected families, pages 217-237.

O'DONNELL: Patrick O'Donnell b. 1806 in County Limerick, Ireland, d. 26 Jan 1880: came to NB in 1821 and settled at Carrolls Crossing, Ludlow Parish, Northumberland County: m. 26 Jul 1823 Lydia Woods Price b. c1804, d. 26 Jul 1870, d/o John Price and Mary Hovey: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Maurice O'Donnell b. 1824, d. 1895, married (1st) 19 Oct 1852 Mary C. McNamee b. - , d. 20 Oct 1861, m. (2nd) 9 Sep 1863 Esther Rebecca Brown born c1835, d. 1874: 2) Charlotte Elizabeth O'Donnell b. c1828, m. 23 Nov 1848 James Hovey: 3) Lydia O'Donnell b. c1831, married (1st) Richard Nagle, (2nd) John Reid: 4) Ella/Elsie O'Donnell b. c1833, m. David S. Stewart: 5) Patrick O'Donnell b. 22 Oct 1834, died 27 Aug 1911, married 4 Dec 1861 Gratiana Lyons or Amos born 8 Aug 1837 at Ludlow, NB, died 15 Dec 1901: settled at Carrolls Crossing: had issue: 6) Richard O'Donnell b. c1837, m. Agnes McKenzie: 7) Margaret A. O'Donnell born c1840: 8) John O'Donnell b. c1842, m. Eliza Jane Lyons: 9) Thomas O'Donnell born c1844, married Agnes (McKenzie) O'Donnell: 10) James L. O'Donnell born 1850, m. (1st) Eleanor Brown, m. (2nd) Annie Holmes. Sources: MC1/Stillman, 1 pg: see also MC1/Lyons #6, 3 pages which reports that Patrick had two brothers killed in the Crimean War: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 130-131: see MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 203: the order of the children differs among the sources.

O'DONNELL: Philip O'Donnell born 1826 in Ireland, d. 1903, m. Bridget Haley b. 1832 in Ireland, d. 1905: came to NB: settled at Head of Millstream, Studholm Parish, Kings County: only child noted was, Frank O'Donnell born 1868 Head of Millstream, died 1927, m. Mary Ellen Joyce b. 1877 at Head of Millstream, died

1961, d/o John Joyce and Mary Barrett: settled at Head of Millstream: had issue. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, page 94.

O'DONNELL: Thomas O'Donnell born c1834 in County Tyrone, Ireland, d. 1915, s/o George and Margery O'Donnell, married (1st) 29 Dec 1859 Bridget Dooley b. c1827, d. Apr 1872: m. (2nd) 22 Apr 1873 Teresa Pierce b. c1851, d. 1891, d/o Maurice Pierce and Ann McDonald: m. (3rd) 31 Jul 1893 Mary McDonald Corrigan born 1854, d. 1909: Children of first wife: 1) Margery O'Donnell born in 1860, married (1st) Mar 1879 Michael Crain born 1843, died 1892, married (2nd) Feb 1894 John J. Gallagher b. Jun 1865: 2) Daniel William O'Donnell born May 1862, d. Nov 1867: 3) Eliza Ann O'Donnell born Jul 1864, died Dec 1867: 4) George O'Donnell born c1867, died 1947, m. 4 Aug 1891 Bridget Hurley born 1866, d. 1938: 5) Thomas Patrick O'Donnell born Jan 1870, died unmarried: 6) Bridget Annie O'Donnell b. Apr 1872, d. Jun 1872: Children of second wife: 7) Hugh O'Donnell born Mar 1874, d. Feb 1876: 8) Morris O'Donnell born Oct 1875, d. Jul 1876: 9) Christopher O'Donnell b. May 1877: 10) Bridget Ann O'Donnell b. Aug 1879: 11) Rose Ellen O'Donnell born Apr 1881: 12) William Amos O'Donnell b. Mar 1883, d. Sep 1889: 13) Mary Alice O'Donnell born Feb 1885, died Sep 1889: 14) Robert Jerome O'Donnell b. Oct 1888, d. Aug 1889: 15) Joseph Leo O'Donnell b. Mar 1891: Children of third wife: 16) Teresa O'Donnell b. 1894, married William Wallace: 17) Walter Jerome O'Donnell b. Oct 1897, died young. Source: MC80/1649 William P. Kilfoil The Kilfoils of Carleton County and related families.

O'DONOGHUE: John O'Donoghue b. 1797, d. 14 May 1859: settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: m. Elizabeth - born 1810, died 21 Jun 1862: Children: 1) Mary Ann O'Donoghue b. 1830, died 13 Aug 1849: 2) Bartholomew O'Donoghue b. 1833, d. 1918, m. Catherine - b. 1842, d. 13 Jun 1892: had issue: 3) Joseph O'Donoghue b. 1841, d. 8 Jan 1859: 4) Mary Ann O'Donoghue b. 1830, died 13 Aug 1849. Source: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: John O'Donoghue had a brother, Bartholomew

O'Donoghue who also settled in St. Andrews.

O'FLAHERTY: Peter O'Flaherty born c1824 in Ireland: m. Ann - : came to NB by 1860: first settled in New Ireland, Alma Parish, Albert County, then moved to Memramcook, Dorchester Parish, Westmorland County: Children mentioned: 1) Mary Ann O'Flaherty b. c1851: 2) John Michael O'Flaherty b. c1852: 3) William O'Flaherty b. 1854, d. 19 Sep 1861. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, page 229.

O'HALLORAN: John O'Halloran b. 1802 in County Cork, Ireland, d. 23 Feb 1893, m. Ellen - b. 1806 in Ireland: family came to NB in 1846 and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children mentioned: 1) Hannah O'Halloran b. 1835: 2) Daniel O'Halloran born 1837: 3) Florance O'Halloran born 1842 County Cork, d. 11 Nov 1918, m. Mary McCurdy b. 1846 at St. Andrews, d. 26 Aug 1932: settled in St. Andrews and had issue. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County census.

O'HARA: Patrick O'Hara came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and settled on Grand Lake in Queens County: m. 1801 at Gagetown, NB, Mrs. Dinah Seeds, widow of Jonathan Seeds of the New Jersey Volunteers: a possible child may have been, Maurice O'Hara. Source: MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

O'LEARY: Denis Charles O'Leary born in Ireland, m. 2 Nov 1836 in Saint John, Elizabeth Huston born c1810 in Ireland, died 8 Jan 1883: they came to NB and settled at Fredericton, York County: had eight children: Children mentioned: 1) Michael O'Leary b. 25 Jan 1837 in NB, died 11 May 1905 at Nasonworth, NB: m. Sarah Jane Moore b. 20 Apr 1837 at Fredericton, d. 18 Jun 1921 at Rusagonis, NB, d/o John Moore and Elizabeth Irwin: settled at Rusagonis and had issue: 2) Catherine O'Leary b. 1844 in NB, d. 1860 at Fredericton: 3) Thomas H. O'Leary born 1846 in NB, died 6 Jul 1902 at New Maryland, m. Mrs.

Margaret (McKnight) Dunbar b. 11 Oct 1843/44 at New Maryland, died 20 Apr 1915, d/o John McKnight and Rachel Dalzell and the widow of William Dunbar. Sources: MC1/Fletcher/O'Leary: contains copies of The Fletcher - O'Leary Periodical by George C. Bidlake: see also MC1564 New Maryland local history project fonds, Genealogical dictionary of cemeteries for York and Sunbury Counties: Volume 1, St. Mary the Virgin Anglican cemetery, New Maryland, York County, pages 106,107,203,204,252,253.

O'LEARY: Henry O'Leary b. 13 May 1836 Castledown, Barehaven, County Cork, Ireland, died 7 Nov 1897, s/o Theophilus O'Leary and Ellen Noreen Power: came to NB and settled in Richibucto, Kent County: m. (1st) Honora Britton b. - , died 1873, m. (2nd) 1875 Mary O'Leary of Saint John, NB, b. - , died Feb 1897: Children of first wife: 1) Christiana O'Leary born 25 Dec 1863, died 29 Mar 1936, m. 12 Sep 1882 George Valentine McInerney: had five sons and three daughters and settled in Kent County: 2) Richard O'Leary born 1864, d. 17 Sep 1932, m. Elizabeth Buckley: had one son and six daughters: they settled in Richibucto, NB: 3) Arthur Edward O'Leary b. 21 Oct 1872, d. 6 Sep 1950: they also settled in Richibucto: 4) Henry O'Leary d. in childhood: 5) Frederick O'Leary d. in childhood: Children of second wife: 6) William Joseph O'Leary b. 3 Mar 1876, d. Jan 1935: went to Ohio: 7) Louis James O'Leary (Rev) b. 18 Aug 1877, d. 30 Jul 1930: went to PEI: 8) Henry Joseph O'Leary (Rev) b. 13 Mar 1879, d. 3 Mar 1938 Victoria BC: 9) Frederick A. O'Leary: settled in Campbellton, Restigouche County. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: Henry O'Leary, 1 page: see MC80/2153 Noreen McBride's The O'Leary story.

O'LEARY: Simon O'Leary b. c1779 in Ireland, d. after 1851: came to NB by 1818: he first settled at Red Bank, South Esk Parish, Northumberland County: married (1st) Mary - ; m. (2nd) Catherine Ryan: Children: 1) Mary O'Leary born c1823, died after 1835: 2) Simon O'Leary born 15 Jan 1826, died after 1843. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 353-354.

O'NEILL: Francis O'Neill born c1811 in County Clare, Ireland, died 13 Aug 1894, m. before 1843 in Ireland, Mary Goodman born c1813 in County Clare, d. 29 Oct 1892: came to NB and settled at Pleasant Ridge, Saint George Parish, Charlotte County:

Children: 1) Owen O'Neill born 11 Dec 1842 in County Clare, d. 6 Oct 1918 at Sorrell Ridge, NB, m. 13 Nov 1870 at Bangor, ME, Harriet Mary Ames born 25 Sep 1852 in Stockton Springs, ME, died 11 Jan 1930 in St. Stephen, NB, d/o Seth Ames and Emily Orcutt: they settled at Lee Settlement and had ten children: 2) Patrick O'Neill b. 1848 in County Clare: 3) Catherine O'Neill b. 1852 in County Clare, d. before 1910 at Chelsea, MA, m. c1875 Thomas McVey b. c1851 in Maine, d. before 1910 at Chelsea, MA: 4) Mary O'Neill b. 13 Aug 1854 at Lee Settlement, NB, d. before 1871 at Lee Settlement: 5) Rosanna O'Neill b. 24 Aug 1859 at Sorrell Ridge, NB, d. after 1918, m. 25 Jan 1887 James McShane b. 26 Dec 1863, d. 26 Apr 1906. Source: MC80/2811 Calvin Lee Craig's Early families of "The Mackadavy" Descendants of Francis O'Neill, pages 338-342.

O'NEIL: James O'Neil born in County Cork, Ireland, d. 1854, m. Johannah O'Sullivan b. 1815 in County Cork, Ireland, d. 1873: they came to NB in 1849 and settled in Saint John: Children: 1) Patrick O'Neil born 1842, d. 1877: 2) Matthew O'Neil: settled in Saint John: 3) Mary O'Neil m. James Casey of London, England: 4) Catherine O'Neil m. Peter Clark of Boston, MA: 5) John O'Neil b. 1846 in Ireland, m. (1st) 1876 Mary Hayes b. - , d. 1877, d/o James Hayes of Saint John: had a child that died in infancy: m. (2nd) Oct 1879 Catherine McGill d/o Lawrence McGill of Saint John: eight children: 6) Daniel J. O'Neil born 1854 in Saint John, m. 1878 Ellen Clarke born at Green Castle, Newry, Ireland and came to NB when she was three years old: d/o John Clarke: had eight children. Source: MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 351-352.

O'NEIL: James Enoch O'Neil or O'Neill born c1796 in County Waterford, Ireland, d. 11 Jul 1855: m. 1816 Sarah Jane Digadee born c1798 at Pugwash, NS, d. 1877, d/o Stephen Digadee: first settled at Pugwash, NS, then came to NB and settled at New Canaan, Salisbury Parish, Westmorland County: Children: 1) Nathaniel O'Neil born 4 Jan 1824 in Pugwash, NS, died 23 Aug 1886, m. Mary Lounsbury b. 4 Jan 1828, d. 2 Dec 1852: 2) Mary Jane O'Neil b. 25 Feb 1828 at Pugwash, d. 28 Apr 1867, m. 12 Oct 1848 at Salisbury, Arthur Wellington Price b. 21 Oct 1816, d. 19 Feb 1871: 3) John O'Neil b. c1829, d. 11 Mar 1901, m. Eunice Beck: 4) Elizabeth O'Neil born c1831, married George Price: 5) Nancy O'Neil born c1832, married John Beck: 6) Olivia F. O'Neil born 13 Oct 1834 at Pugwash, NS, d. 29 Aug 1913, m. 17 Apr 1856 Samuel Street Taylor born 21 May 1834 at North River, NB, d. 15 Jul 1918, s/o Abner Taylor and Rebecca Cochrane: they settled at Shediac, Westmorland County and had issue:

7) James Enoch O'Neil b. 9 Mar 1839, d. 23 Dec 1913, married 24 Oct 1863 Amelia Duncan born 4 Jun 1842, d. 4 Nov 1934: 8) Stephen O'Neil born c1841, died unmarried 1872: settled at New Canaan: 9) Catherine O'Neil b. 1844, married (1st) John Kingston, m. (2nd) Valentine Burgess. Sources: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 24-25: see also the Westmorland census returns: see MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 224.

O'NEIL: Laurence O'Neil married Anne - born 1820 in Crozhan, County Wexford, Ireland, died 22 Jun 1859: came to NB and settled at St. Andrews in Charlotte County. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis Vol VII, No. 3, Jul, 1907 Old Roman Catholic Graveyard at St. Andrews, page 201.

O'NEILL: Henry O'Neill born 1792 at Dromore, County Tyrone, Ireland, d. 3 Apr 1884: came to NB in 1818 and settled at St. Andrews, Charlotte County: married Elizabeth Judge born 1801 in County Donegal, Ireland, died 14 Aug 1889: she came to NB in 1822: Children: 1) Hugh O'Neill b. 1825 in NB, d. 12 Jul 1903: 2) Alice O'Neill b. 1826: 3) Charles O'Neill b. c1827, d. 29 Apr 1907, m. Mary Ann Bradley b. 1838, died 2 Apr 1911: had four sons and four daughters: 4) Sarah O'Neill b. 1830, d. 27 Aug 1904: 5) Mary O'Neill b. 1832: 6) Henry O'Neill b. 1834, d. unmarried 27 Dec 1929: 7) Elizabeth O'Neill b. c1835, d. 1 Jan 1897: 8) John O'Neill born 1837, died 23 Nov 1860: 9) Joseph O'Neill born 1839, d. 29 Sep 1898: 10) James O'Neill born 1841, d. unmarried 21 Jan 1932: 11) Francis O'Neill born 27 Nov 1842, died 27 Oct 1918: 12) Catherine O'Neill born 1845, died 9 Jun 1912. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County census.

O'NEILL: John O'Neill born on 15 Sep 1804, s/o Philip O'Neill of Military Settlement, Victoria County: m. Elizabeth Kinney born c1814 at Greenfield, Wicklow Parish, Carleton County, d/o John Kinney and Phoebe Tompkins: family settled at Summerfield, Wicklow Parish, Carleton County: Children: 1) Ellen O'Neill born 25 Dec 1835, d. 26 Apr 1901, married 16 May 1853 at Woodstock, NB, John Giggie: had eleven children:

2) George O'Neill b. c1836, married 23 Apr 1860 at Woodstock, Catherine Sparks: 3) Nan O'Neill b. c1838, married William Gee: 4) John O'Neill born c1840, m. Olive Whitneck: 5) Mary O'Neill b. 1843, d. 9 May 1871, m. 24 Dec 1859 at Simonds, NB, Joseph Budrow: 6) Henry O'Neill b. c1844, m. (1st) Eunice Holmes, (2nd) Martha Holmes: 7) Honora O'Neill born c1845: 8) Mamaree O'Neill born 4 May 1846, died 5 Nov 1929 at Bridgewater, ME, married (1st) Henry or Ransford Scott, m. (2nd) William Orser: 9) Lydia O'Neill b. 29 Jun 1848, d. 5 Nov 1929, m. George Allen: 10) Elizabeth O'Neill born c1849: 11) Priscilla O'Neill born c1851: 12) Ruth O'Neill b. c1853, m. Leonard Kinney: 13) Loantha O'Neill b. c1859: 14) Martha J. O'Neill born 12 Jul 1862, d. 21 Apr 1918, m. John E. Kinney. Sources: MC1/O'Neill, 2 pages: see MC80/587 Leatha Sisson's Our family tree, Vol 1, pages 125-9.

O'REGAN: Daniel Francis O'Regan born c1817 at Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland, died 30 Mar 1884: came to NB in 1836 and settled at Hopewell Hill, Hopewell Parish, Albert County: m. c1847 Mary Steeves born c1822, d. 29 Dec 1892, d/o Aaron Steeves and Freelove Lewis: Children: 1) Mary Curran O'Regan b. c1848 probably in Hopewell Parish, d. 1931, m. 27 Feb 1868 Mansfield Steeves b. - , d. 24 Oct 1908, s/o Mansfield Steeves and Ann Mollins of Hillsborough Parish: settled in Hillsborough Parish: had twelve children: 2) Robert Emmett O'Regan born c1850, died 16 May 1852: 3) Robert O'Regan: moved to Sydney, Australia: 4) Daniel Gratten O'Regan born c1854, m. 29 Jun 1878 Amelia Morrisey d/o Thomas Morrisey and Amelia Pettis of Harvey Parish: to Manchester, ME by 1893: had four children: 5) John T. O'Regan b. c1856: went to Worcester, MA by 1893: 6) Charles Nicholson O'Regan born 1859, d. 1955, m. 23 May 1900 Laura M. Steeves b. c1871, d. 1953 d/o Enoch Steeves and Martha Ann Mollins of Meadow, Elgin Parish, Albert County: settled at Hopewell Parish: ten children: 7) Martha Ann O'Regan born 1861, m. 3 Apr 1883 Jeremiah O'Connor s/o John O'Connor and Eleanor Doherty of Alma Parish: 8) Francis or William O'Regan b. c1865. Sources: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 233-236.

O'REGAN: John O'Regan born c1826 in Ireland, d. Jun 1907: m. in Ireland, Bridget Cannon born c1822, died 23 Dec 1893: they came to NB in 1854 and settled Elgin Parish, Albert County: Children: 1) Owen O'Regan born c1847 in Ireland, d. 30 Sep 1922, m. 19 Oct 1892 Fox Creek,

Moncton Parish, Westmorland County, Mary Ann Fogarty b. c1851, died 7 Jun 1928, d/o Francis Fogarty and Bridget Walsh of Shediac Road in Westmorland County: settled at Goshen, Elgin Parish and had two children: 2) Catherine O'Regan b. c1851: 3) Bridget O'Regan born c1855, died 10 Apr 1938, m. 7 Nov 1882 probably at South Branch in Cardwell Parish, Kings County, John White of Cardwell Parish, born c1854, d. 26 Oct 1939, s/o John White and Frances Betts: they settled at Goshen, NB and had four children: 4) Mary Ellen O'Regan b. c1858, married 27 Oct 1886 John B. Layden s/o Michael Layden and Bridget O'Connor: 5) Luke O'Regan b. c1860: 6) Sarah Jane O'Regan b. c1863, m. 6 Nov 1888 Henry O'Connor s/o John O'Connor and Eleanor Doherty. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 236-237.

O'REGAN: Lawrence O'Regan b. c1801 County Derry, Ireland, d. 21 May 1861, s/o Dennis O'Regan and Elizabeth Duffin of Kilrea in County Derry: he first settled in NS then moved to NB in 1825 and settled in Hopewell Parish Albert County: married 28 Dec 1829 at Saint John, Mary McKinley b. - , died on 14 May 1861 d/o Hugh McKinley and Catherine McAnulty of Kilbarron Parish, County Donegal, Ireland: Children: 1) Dennis O'Regan b. 1831, married c1857 Eleanor McArdle d/o Edward McArdle and Rose McNamee of Harvey Parish: they settled in Dakota and had two children: 2) Catherine O'Regan born about Jul 1832, d. 6 Jun 1848: 3) Lawrence O'Regan b. c1835 probably in Hopewell Parish: left by 1878: 4) Edward O'Regan born c1837 probably in Hopewell Parish: 5) Elizabeth O'Regan born c1840, d. 9 Feb 1918 Calais, ME, m. 6 Jun 1860 at Fox Creek in Moncton Parish, Westmorland County, Edward Phalen of Hopewell Parish, b. in Ireland: went to Calais, ME in 1880's: four children: 6) Mary Ann O'Regan b. c1843, died before 1898: 7) Lucy O'Regan born c1845, died 30 Jul 1872, m. 4 Jul 1869 John Dee of Albert Mines, born c1836 in Ireland, d. 6 Feb 1929, s/o John Dee and Mary Somers: settled at Albert Mines: 8) Hugh O'Regan born c1848, died before 1898 Boston, MA: 9) John Ferdinand O'Regan b. 1850, d. before 1898 in Boston. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pgs. 232-233: widower John Dee Jr. married (2nd) 29 Mar 1874 Adelaide Fillmore of Hillsborough: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #53, Autumn 1992: David Christopher's Extracts from "Cemeteries of Albert County" persons born elsewhere, pg 66.

O'REGAN: Thomas O'Regan b. c1823 in Ireland, d. 6 Feb 1889, married in Ireland, Bridget Cannon b. - , died 24 Apr 1889: came to NB about 1854 and settled in Sussex Parish, Kings County:

Children: 1) Catherine O'Regan b. c1847 in Ireland, d. 1919, m. 4 May 1867 at Wards Creek, Sussex Parish, Arthur McCarty b. NB, d. 1926, probably s/o Charles McCarty of Sussex Parish: settled in Sussex Parish and had eight children: 2) Owen O'Regan born c1849 in Ireland, d. 1927, m. (1st) 5 Feb 1883 Mary Ann Dunn d/o Peter Dunn and Mary Ryan of Sussex, b. - , d. 1890: m. (2nd) 23 Jul 1896 at Wards Creek, Catherine Houlahan of Sussex, b. - , died 1921: settled in Sussex Parish and had three children: 3) Thomas O'Regan b. c1852 Ireland, d. 25 Jul 1889: 4) Mary O'Regan born c1854 probably in Sussex Parish, d. unm. after 1927: 5) Luke O'Regan b. c1857 probably in Sussex Parish, d. unm. 2 May 1933: settled at Jeffries Corner, Kings County: 6) Patrick O'Regan b. c1860: 7) Bridget O'Regan born c1863, died 25 Feb 1937 at Medford, MA, m. 18 Jul 1895 at Wards Creek, Daniel Ryan born in Sussex Parish, died 5 Apr 1937 at Quincy, MA, s/o Thomas Ryan and Ann Whalen of Studholm Parish, Kings County: 8) Ann O'Regan b. c1865, died after 1933, m. 9 Jan 1907 at Sussex, Charles Houlahan born at Hammond, NB, d. 2 Feb 1913, s/o Michael Houlahan and Bridget Quigley of Jeffries Corner, Sussex Parish: no issue. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 238-239: Thomas's brothers John O'Regan and Luke O'Regan settled in Albert County, as did his mother Catherine O'Regan born c1789, died 30 Mar 1869. O'REGAN see also REGAN

O'REILLY: Patrick O'Reilly b. c1779 in County Meath, Ireland, died May 1838, m. in County Meath, Honora - born c1776, d. Dec 1868: parents and two children came to NB in Aug 1818 and settled at Chapel Grove, Kingston Parish, Kings County: Children: 1) Mary O'Reilly b. c1810 in Ireland, d. Nov 1885, married Jul 1827 Michael Hogan born c1800 in County Limerick, Ireland, died Sep 1877: he came to NB in 1821 and settled in Petersville, Queens County: 2) Ann O'Reilly b. c1817 in Ireland: 3) Bridgit O'Reilly born c1818, m. (1st) Feb 1835 Hugh Maynes, m. (2nd) Jan 1846 Brian McCallum: 4) Eileen/Helena O'Reilly b. 1821, m. Jul 1844 Thomas Travis?: 5) Farrell O'Reilly: 6) Peter O'Reilly born 1823, married 21 Feb 1854 Bridget Walsh. Source: MC80/1649 William P. Kilfoil The Kilfoils of Carleton County and related families.

O'ROURKE: Hugh O'Rourke born probably at Ballynamoney Bradshaw in Carlingford Parish, County Louth, Ireland, d. by 1871, married 8 May 1840 at Cooley, Carlingford, Margaret Rogan of Wilville, Ireland b. - , d. 7 Jul 1897: came to NB in 1848 and settled in Lower Cove, Saint John:

Children: 1) Lawrence O'Rourke b. Jul 1848, died 27 Jan 1893: 2) William O'Rourke b. Jan 1851: 3) John O'Rourke b. 26 May 1853: 4) Michael O'Rourke b. Oct 1856, d. 10 Oct 1928, m. 17 Jun 1884 Helen Rooney b. Jan 1856 in Saint John, d. 27 May 1931, d/o James Rooney and Rose Ann McIntyre: settled in Lower Cove and had three children: 5) Hugh O'Rourke born Feb 1861, d. 21 Dec 1892. Source: MC80/1529 Peter Murphy's Together in exile, pages 214-217.

O'SHAUGHNESSY: Patrick O'Shaughnessy b. 1805 in Ireland, d. 18 Oct 1877, m. Margaret - b. 1809 at Tarbot, County Kerry, Ireland, d. 28 Aug 1891: they came to NB in 1836 and settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children: 1) Martin O'Shaughnessy born 1837 in NB, died 31 Nov 1871: 2) John O'Shaughnessy born 1839: 3) Michael O'Shaughnessy born 1841: 4) Catherine O'Shaughnessy b. 1842: 5) Emma O'Shaughnessy born 1844: 6) Patrick O'Shaughnessy b. 1845: 7) Mary O'Shaughnessy born 1847: 8) Steven O'Shaughnessy b. 1849: 9) Agnes O'Shaughnessy b. 1852: 10) Agatha O'Shaughnessy b. 1855, d. 18 May 1877. Sources: MC80/1813 Shirley Clarke's Church of St. Andrew: St. Andrews, NB: Cemetery & Interment Records: also see the Charlotte County census.

O'SHEA: Denis O'Shea born c1814 in Ireland: m. Margaret - b. c1814 in Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland, d. 20 Sep 1879: came to NB in 1837: settled at or near Whites Mountain, Havelock Parish, Kings County: Children mentioned: 1) Jeremiah O'Shea b. c1838 in NB: 2) Cornelius O'Shea b. c1841: 3) John O'Shea b. c1843: 4) Denis O'Shea b. c1847: 5) Margaret O'Shea born c1849. Source: MC80/1617 Cemetery transcriptions: Kings-Albert counties: also see Kings County census records.

O'SHEA: Jeremiah O'Shea born c1803, d. 9 Nov 1886, married Catherine O'Sullivan b. c1810, d. 4 May 1894: both came from County Cork, Ireland by 1832 and settled at Trout Brook in North Esk Parish, Northumberland County:

Children: 1) Judith O'Shea born c1832, d. 31 Mar 1916, m. William Copp born 5 Oct 1826, d. 24 Dec 1917, s/o Henry Copp and Elizabeth Page: 2) Catherine O'Shea b. Jun 1833, d. 1884, m. Robert Mullin b. 1828, d. 14 Jul 1905, s/o Patrick Mullin and Nancy Shannon: 3) Daniel O'Shea b. Apr 1835, died after 1919 in Australia: 4) Mary O'Shea b. Apr 1837, d. 11 Apr 1894, m. Michael Ryan born 1835, died 3 Feb 1910: settled at Sevogle and had six children: 5) Jeremiah O'Shea bp. 1840, d. Feb 1919, m. Elizabeth Burns b. Apr 1854, d. 6 Apr 1929, d/o William Burns and Elizabeth Matchett: family settled at Sevogle and had issue: 6) Margaret O'Shea b. Jun 1842, d. 14 Sep 1865: 7) John O'Shea b. Aug 1844, d. 16 Apr 1926, m. Ann Hyland b. 2 May 1844, d. 9 Oct 1908, d/o Peter Hyland and Catherine Quigley: settled at Sevogle and had issue: 8) James O'Shea b. Jul 1847, d. 12 Jun 1924, married Mary Ann McKenzie b. c1861, d. 16 Jul 1931, d/o Thomas McKenzie and Catherine McCue: they settled at Boom Road and had issue: 9) Elizabeth O'Shea b. Apr 1850, d. 16 Feb 1927, married John Howe b. Aug 1845, d. 26 Mar 1923, s/o John Howe and Maria Morrissy: 10) Mary Ann O'Shea (adopted) b. 1864, d. 1897, m. David Power, b. 1846, died 14 Feb 1913, s/o Nicholas Power and Mary Pendergast: 11) John Joseph O'Shea (adopted) born Sep 1865, died 26 Dec 1942, married Mary Ann McKenzie born c1861, d. 16 Jul 1931, d/o Thomas McKenzie and Catherine McCue: family moved to Duluth, MN. Sources: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pgs. 354-356: see MC80/1339 Gerald F. McDonald's Ancestors and descendants of Aaron Joseph Donovan of Renous, New Brunswick & Annie Grace Whalen of Boiestown, New Brunswick, page 31.

O'SHEA: Patrick O'Shea b. c1791 in Tipperary, Ireland, d. after 1861: came to NB in 1817 and settled in Nelson Parish, Northumberland County: m. 4 Mar 1823 at Nelson, Ann Eleanor Keary or Cary born c1808 in Ireland, died after 1861: she came to NB about 1820: Children mentioned: 1) Thomas O'Shea b. 1824, d. after 1861, possibly married c1862 Flora - : 2) John O'Shea b. 20 Aug 1825, d. after 1851: 3) Michael O'Shea b. c1828, d. after 1861: 4) Mary O'Shea b. c1830, d. after 1861: 5) Eleanor O'Shea born 16 Jan 1831, d. c1908, possibly m. Patrick Power: 6) William O'Shea b. 4 Jun 1832: 7) Anne O'Shea born 12 Feb 1834, died 20 Jan 1909, m. 28 Jul 1856 John C. Donovan born Dec 1827, died 21 May 1890: settled at Renous and had issue: 8) Patrick O'Shea b. 10 May 1835, died as an infant: 9) Patrick O'Shea bp. 28 May 1837, died after 1851: 10) Judy O'Shea bp. 21 Jul 1839, d. after 1861, may have m. Michael Power: 11) Catherine O'Shea bp. 29 Aug 1841, died after 1861, may have married 19 Oct 1858 Robert Mullin Jr.: 12) Edward O'Shea bp. 23 Jan 1845: 13) Eliza O'Shea bp. 27 Aug 1848.

Source: MC80/1339 Gerald F. McDonald's Ancestors and descendants of Aaron Joseph Donovan of Renous, New Brunswick & Annie Grace Whalen of Boiestown, New Brunswick, pages 3, 29-30. O'SHEA: see also SHEA

O'SULLIVAN: Jeremiah O'Sullivan born c1815 in Ireland, died after 1882: came from Dunisky Parish, Kilmurry, County Cork, Ireland to NB in Jan 1847: settled at Cassilis, South Esk Parish, Northumberland County: m. 4 Nov 1847 Ellen Chaplin born 13 Dec 1830, died 1886, d/o William Chaplin and Helen Walsh: They raised two adopted daughters: 1) Ann Matilda Fitzgerald born 1850, d. 28 Feb 1922, d/o John Fitzgerald and Julia Goggin, m. 22 Nov 1864 Michael T. Sauntry bp. 3 Oct 1830, died Jan 1914: settled at Williamstown, NB: 2) Ellen (Ingram) O'Sullivan born c1859, d. 26 Feb 1934, m. Arthur Burns born 10 Mar 1852, d. 22 Oct 1926. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, page 356. O'SULLIVAN see also SULLIVAN

ODELL: Daniel Odell came from NY to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: he settled first at Oromocto in Burton Parish, Sunbury County, then on the Belleisle Bay in Springfield Parish, Kings County: the name of his wife is not provided: Possible children: 1) David Odell b. - , married 1813 Jane Spragg: 2) Phoebe Ann Odell b. - , m. 1814 Peter Mullen: 3) Caleb Odell b. - , m. 1819 Salome Downey: 4) Abijah Odell b. - , m. 1819 Hannah Spragg: 5) Sarah Odell b. - , m. 1822 Elnathan Foster. Source: MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

ODELL: Jonathan Odell b. 25 Sep 1737 in Newark, NJ, died 25 Nov 1818, s/o John Odell and Temperance Dickinson, m. 6 May 1772 Ann DeCou of Burlington, NJ, born 1740, died 27 Aug 1825, d/o Isaac DeCou and Hannah Nicholson: to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: settled in Fredericton, York County: Children: 1) Mary Odell born 1772, d. unmarried 30 Oct 1848: 2) William Franklin Odell born 19 Oct 1774 in Burlington, NJ, died 25 Dec 1844, m. 31 Dec 1808 Elizabeth Newell b. 28 Oct 1780, d. 22 Jan 1860, d/o Elisha Newell and

Sarah Cooke of Allentown, NJ: had four sons and four daughters who survived infancy: family settled in Fredericton: 3) Lucy Ann Odell born 1776, died 14 Aug 1829, m. Col. Charles William Rudyard of Halifax, NS, b. - , died 1813: they had seven children: 4) Sarah Anne Odell born 1780, d. 15 Nov 1860 m. Charles Lee born 1783, died 10 Jul 1860, s/o Joseph Lee. Sources: MC3/495 E.F. Eaton's United Empire Loyalists: Jonathan Odell 17371825, 4 pg: see MC1286 Volume V Dictionary of Canadian Biography, pages 628631: see MC1286 Volume VII, DCB, pages 657-659: see MC80/22 Isabel Louise Hill's Some Loyalists and Others, pages 129-136: see MC1156 Graves Papers: Jonathan Odell, 1 page: see MC80/2600 Antoine Caudwell's Les origines de la famille Caudwell de France, Livret III, Dans l'histoire de la vielle Amerique, pages 1-36: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/223, 4 pages: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

ODELL: Jonathan Odell b. - , d. before 23 Jul 1823, m. Sophia Sherwood d/o Andrew Sherwood and Martha Currey: came to NB 1783 as Loyalists: settled in Hampton Parish, Kings County: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) Gilbert Odell born 1780 in USA, d. 27 May 1854 in Upham Parish, Kings County, married Ann McDonald born 1790, died before 1861: 2) Martha/Jane Odell born 1781, died after 1851, married James Innis: 3) Ann/Nancy Odell born in1785 in NB, died 12 May 1858 at Portage Vale, Cardwell Parish, Kings County, married Alexander McLeod b. 1775, d. 17 Mar 1853 in Sussex Vale, Kings County: 4) Elizabeth Odell born 1788, died Oct 1866, married c1803 Samuel Fowler born 7 Nov 1780 in NY, d. 6 Jan 1849: settled in Norton Parish, Kings County: 5) Jane Odell m. Mr. Draper: 6) Elisha Odell b. 7 Feb 1793, died 21 or 24 Mar 1865, married 2 Feb 1818 in Hampton Parish, Mary B. Beyea born 3 May 1793 in NB, d. 1885: settled at Smithtown, NB and had six children: 7) Mary Odell b. 1797 in NB, married Elkanah Morton?: 8) Nehemiah Odell b. 1800, married 5 Sep 1822 in Hampton Parish, Phoebe Bull b. 1801 in Upham, NB, died 26 May 1880, d/o William Bull and Rachel Sherwood: had two children. Sources: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, pages 203-204: see also MC300 York Sunbury Historical Society fonds; see MS14 Jonathan Odell papers: see also MC2973 Weldon U. Pickle fonds: MS3F Odell family, 5 pages.

ODELL: Thomas Turner Odell b. 15 Jan 1832 at Bedfordshire, England, s/o Whitbread Odell and Anna Percy Turner: came to NB in 1845 to live with his maternal uncle Thomas Turner in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: married 1851 Emma McGrotty d/o Alexander McGrotty of Saint John, NB and had at least five children:

Only children mentioned: 1) Edward Odell: 2) Thomas Turner Odell Jr. Source: MC80/407 The Canadian biographical dictionary, pages 658-659.

OGDEN: Benjamin Ogden b. - , killed in action Aug 1780, m. Rachel - : the widow and children came from Westchester County, NY to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: settled in Saint John: Only children mentioned: 1) Rachel Ogden b. c1762, m. George Wetmore: 2) Benjamin Ogden b. c1766: to Saint John in 1783 but moved to Antigonish, NS by 1787: 3) Albert Ogden b. c1770: settled in Antigonish, NS: 4) Andrew Ogden: settled in NB. Source: MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph: the widow Rachel Ogden m. before 1787 in Saint John, Timothy Wetmore.

OGDEN: John Ogden b. 6 Feb 1765 in USA, died c1844: he came from Long Island, NY to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Sackville Parish, then at Port Elgin in Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County: m. 1796 Nancy Fawcett b. 1 Aug 1774 d/o John Fawcett and Jane Daniels of Sackville: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) John Fawcett Ogden born c1796, married Roxanna Lawrence b. c1799: settled at Port Elgin, NB: had at least eight children: 2) Henry Ogden born c1798 in Sackville, d. 2 Oct 1885, married 27 Mar 1821 Sarah Ayer b. c1798, d. 8 Feb 1871, d/o Nehemiah Ayer of Sackville: settled in Port Elgin, NB: had two sons and one daughter: 3) Thomas Ogden b. c1800, m. Miss Wigmore: no issue: 4) William Ogden b. c1802: 5) Robert Ogden b. c1806 or c1813, d. 30 Dec 1885, married 22 Jun 1836 at Sackville, Mary Smith b. - , d. 26 Apr 1897: settled in Middle Sackville and had nine children: 6) Ann Ogden b. c1808: 7) Bloomer Ogden b. c1809, died 1893, married 15 Apr 1834 Cynthia Smith born 1809, died 1900: settled in Sackville Parish and had at least ten children: 8) Jane Ogden born 1810, m. Joseph William Allen and had eleven children. Sources: MC80/31 WC Milner's History of Sackville, New Brunswick, page 161: see MC80/45 Howard Trueman's The Chignecto Isthmus and its first settlers, pages 253-254: see MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 300-301 which says Henry was the second son: see also MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 1783-1983, pages 476-477: see also MC80/2538 Kathryn Lewis's Genealogy: descendants of John Fawcett 1745-1830 Sackville, NB, pages 3-4: see MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm reel F20988: see sheets for John Ogden and his sons.

OGDEN: Jonathan Ogden born c1748, died Nov 1845, s/o Michael Ogden: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: settled in Greenwich Parish, Kings County: married (1st) : m. (2nd) 1801 at Gagetown, Queens County, Mrs. Mary (Clark) Toole, a widow, b. c1765, d. 1846: Children are listed in a random order: 1) William Ogden m. (1st) Milla/Mary Clark, (2nd) 5 Feb 1811 at Gagetown, Queens County, NB, Sarah Cole: 2) Rachel Ogden: 3) Mary/Millie Ogden. 4) Robert Ogden b. 1807, m. Frances Amelia Morrell b. 1809, d/o Elnathan Morrell and Mary Gunter: settled in Kars, Kings County and had issue. Sources: D.R. Jack's Loyalist families of New Brunswick on microfilm F355, Vol III, pages 138-139: see MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pgs 66-67: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

OGDEN: Michael Ogden b. c1710 in NY, d. 1790, m. Jane Bloomer: came from NY to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: family settled in Queens County: only child mentioned was, Jonathan Ogden b. c1748 in NY, d. 1845, married Mrs. Mary (Clark) Toole, a widow, b. c1765, d. 1846: settled in Greenwich Parish, Kings County and had issue. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pgs 66-67.

OGLESBY: Henry Oglesby: came to NB in 1815 and settled in Saint John: he married 21 Nov 1830 in Saint John, Jemima Headley born 1802 in USA, died 5 Oct 1875. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 185.

OLDFIELD: Henry Oldfield b. c1803 in Ireland, d. 25 Dec 1879: he came to NB in 1827 and settled at Sevogle, North Esk Parish, Northumberland County: married 16 Jun 1830 Ann Lacey b. - , d. 1871: Children: 1) Elizabeth Oldfield born c1830, d. unm. 19 Sep 1913 settled at Newcastle, Northumberland County: 2) Catherine Oldfield born Jun 1832, died after 1860, m. Patrick Donahue: 3) Jane Oldfield b. May 1834, d. after 1846: 4) Ann Oldfield b. Mar 1836, d. after 1863, m. Patrick Ronan: 5) Michael Oldfield bp. 1838, died 9 Jan 1912, m. Mary Johnston, b. 24 Jun 1840, d. 8 Oct 1913, d/o William Johnston and Susannah McKay: settled at Curventon,

North Esk Parish and had eight children: 6) Sarah Oldfield b. c1840, d. after 1880, m. Bernard Ronan: settled at Red Bank, South Esk Parish, Northumberland County and had issue: 7) Henry John Oldfield b. May 1842, d. after 1861: 8) Thomas Humphrey Oldfield born May 1844, died after 1913: he moved to Washington State: 9) John Oldfield born Mar 1847: 10) Mary Oldfield bp. 1850, d. after 1891, m. James Maddock b. Jun 1853, died 9 May 1922, s/o Jasper Maddock and Mary Ann Kehoe: 11) Jane Oldfield b. c1862, d. after 1871. Source: MC80/359 W.D. Hamilton's Old North Esk: Revised, pages 352-353.

OLDFIELD: Robert Oldfield b. 1793 in Manchester, England: came to NS as a boy: he m. Sarah Harrison: they came to NB and settled at Smiths Creek, Studholm Parish, Kings County: Only children mentioned: 1) Robert Oldfield: settled in the area: 2) Joshua Oldfield: settled in the area: 3) George Oldfield settled in the area. Source: MC80/1 Grace Aiton's The story of Sussex and vicinity, page 58.

OLIPHANT: Philip Oliphant b. c1749, d. 1817, m. Jane - born Jan 1785, died 20 Nov 1826: came to NB and settled at St. Andrews in Charlotte County. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis: Vol IV, No. 1, Jan 1904, Old Burial Ground, St. Andrews, page 41.

OLIVANT: Thomas Olivant b. - , d. 1846: came to NB in 1800 and served at Bocabec and Digdeguash in Charlotte County as a Methodist minister. Source: MC80/97 E. Arthur Betts' Bishop Black and his preachers, page 150.

OLIVE: William Olive b. 1755 in Chatham, England, d. 3 Jan 1822: he first came to America: married Catherine Schmidt or Smith of Dutch descent, b. c1760, d. 8 Jun 1835: came fron NY to NB in 1783 as Loyalists and settled in Carleton, Saint John: Children born in Carleton, Saint John: 1) Mary Olive married Capt. James Beatteay and had five children: 2) Sally/Sarah Olive married Joseph Stackhouse and had five children: 3) William Olive Jr. b. 10 May 1786, died 25 Jul 1863, m. (1st) 6 Nov 1808 at Saint John, Hannah Whitney b. 2 Oct 1788, died 1 Apr 1853, d/o Sylvannus Whitney, Loyalist: six children: m. (2nd) Mrs. Jane Eliza (Leavitt) Gwinn d/o John Leavitt and Margaret Frost of Saint John: may have also married Mary Thomas: settled in

Carleton, Saint John: 4) Isaac Olive b. c1788, d. 25 Aug 1880, married (1st) 31 Dec 1812 Catherine Gillis b. c1794, d. 5 Oct 1837, d/o Archibald Gillis: had six children: m. (2nd) Miss Thomas: had no issue: m. (3rd) Miss Johnson: had no issue: 5) James Olive b. 17 Mar 1800, m. Eliza Flewelling: settled at Manawagonish Road, Saint John and had six children: 6) Elizabeth Olive m. (1st) 6 Jan 1820 Capt. John McLeod of Carleton, Saint John and had two children: m. (2nd) Joseph Ponsford of Carleton, Saint John: 7) Susan Olive married William Theal and had five children. Sources: MC80/122 E.C. Wright's Saint John ships and their builders, pages 40 to 49: see MC2657 NBGS Generations Volume 25, No. 3, Fall 2003, The Olive Bible, 1 page for data on John Lee Olive born 3 Aug 1845 in Saint John, wife Jennie Andrews b. 1 Sep 1846, and their children: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Beatteay family: microfilm F11078, 1 page; also, Olive family, F11088, 5 pages: see also Saint John Regional Library: David Russell Jack Bequest: Genealogy, microfilm reel F109, pages 48, 80-82: the order of children and marriage data differs among sources.

OLIVER: Charles E. Oliver b. 1850 in PEI, d. 1909: came to NB and settled in Woodstock, Carleton County: he married Amanda E. Brewer born 1857 at Fredericton, died 1914: Children: 1) Maud Oliver born 1875: 2) Jane Elizabeth Oliver b. 1877, d. 1944, m. Scott Talmadge Sipprell born 1874 at Somerville, Wakefield Parish, Carleton County, died 1946, s/o Abner Sipprell and Ruth Ackerson: 3) Herbert Oliver b. 1879: 4) Laura Oliver born 1881: 5) Harvey Oliver b. 1882: 6) Benjamin Oliver born 1885: 7) Ernie Oliver b. 1888. Source: MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pages 133-134: also see the Carleton County census records.

OLIVER: David Oliver b. c1790 in Georgetown, MA, d. 20 Mar 1846: came to NB and settled near Waterside in Harvey Parish, Albert County: m. 12 Feb 1818 in Westmorland County, Sarah Bennett b. - , d. 20 Oct 1878: Children: 1) George William Oliver born c1818, d. 19 Nov 1848 off Nantucket Beach, MA, m. 29 Nov 1838 in Westmorland County, Mary Bishop b. 1820 in NS, d. 1916: had four children: widow Mary m. (2nd) 30 Mar 1851 Obediah Wilbur: 2) Elisha Oliver b. c1819, d. 8 Nov 1871, married 23 Dec 1843 Mary Copp born c1818 d/o John Copp and Elizabeth Bishop: they had one child: 3) Bartlett A. Oliver b. c1821, d. 22 Apr 1892 at Harvey, NB, m. 8 Sep 1842 in Westmorland County, Sarah E. Kinnie born 10 Dec 1817, d. 22 Apr 1908: had six children:

4) Sarah Ann Oliver b. c1826, m. (1st) 13 Oct 1849 in Albert County, Joseph Kinnie b. c1827, d. 28 Aug 1858: they had three children: married (2nd) John A. Stevens: 5) John Oliver b. c1827, d. 19 Nov 1848 off Nantucket Beach, MA: 6) Mary Elmira Oliver born 27 Apr 1828, d. 3 Dec 1899, m. (1st) 22 Jan 1852 John Austin Bray: m. (2nd) 1 Feb 1859 Gideon Vernon: they settled in Albert County: 7) David Oliver b. c1830, d. 22 Jan 1913, m. 13 Mar 1857 in Albert County, Abigail Smith b. 1833, d. 1908, d/o William Smith and Sarah Wallace: had two children: 8) Warren Oliver b. 1832, d. 1920, m. 13 Jan 1860 in Albert County, Annie Burlingame Richardson born 1840, d. 1934, d/o Converse Richardson and Elizabeth Smith: had three children: 9) Campbell Oliver born c1835, died 19 Nov 1848 off Nantucket Beach, MA: 10) Alfred Oliver b. c1838, d. 26 Sep 1859. Source: MC2966 Norman Dixon fonds, Oliver, 12A35, David Oliver, 7 pgs.

OLIVER: William Sanford Oliver b. 8 Apr 1748 at Cambridge, MA, d. 22 Feb 1813, third s/o Andrew Oliver and Mary Sanford: came to NB in 1783 with the Loyalists and settled in Saint John but briefly went to the Miramichi River in Northumberland County in 1793, then back to Saint John: m. (1st) Susanna Honeywell: m. (2nd) 2 Mar 1787 Mrs. Catherine Menzies b. 1762, d. 10 May 1803, widow of Capt. John Menzies: m. (3rd) Nov 1805 Isabella Boyd b. c1782, d. 26 Dec 1850: Children of first wife: 1) William Sanford Oliver Jr. b. 8 Mar 1774 in Massachusetts, d. 1845 in England, married 22 Oct 1811 Mary Olivia Hutchinson, only d/o Thomas Hutchinson: had three daughters who died unmarried: left NB about 1806: 2) Brinley Sylvester Oliver: 3) Daniel Oliver: 4) Jane Oliver b. - , d. 1857: Child of second wife: 5) Elizabeth Letitia Oliver b. - , died 29 Dec 1836: went to Fort Erie, ON: Child of third wife: 6) Isabella Oliver b. c1809, d. 2 Mar 1845. Sources: MC1156 Graves Papers: William Sanford Oliver, 1 page: see also MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 1 page: see entry for William Sanford Oliver: see also RS184 New Brunswick Museum Vertical files, Oliver family, microfilm F11088, 2 pages: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 paragraph.

OLMSTEAD: Aaron Olmstead born 20 Aug 1752 in Wilton, CT, d. 1798 at Eastport, ME, s/o David Olmstead: m. Hannah Peat b. 21 Feb 1759 at New Milford, CT, d. 1830 in Saint John, NB: they came to NB in 1783 and settled in Saint John: Children: 1) Darius Olmstead b. 11 Dec 1776, d. 13 Jul 1828 at Eastport, ME, m. Elsie

Haddon of Saint John, d/o James Haddon of Chatham, England: 2) Rosanna Olmstead b. 5 Dec 1784 probably at Saint John, married (1st) Dr. Barrett, (2nd) George Case: 3) Ethel Olmstead born 23 Jul 1786 probably at Saint John, died 15 Mar 1856 Eldorado, CA, married Nancy Haddon born 1785, d. 5 Jul 1828: 4) Aaron Olmstead b. 28 Sep 1788, d. 27 Aug 1830 in Saint John: 5) Jesse Olmstead b. 21 Mar 1790 in Saint John, d. 4 Nov 1856 in Saint John, m. Amelia Lester Vincent b. 1 Sep 1791 Gondola Point, Kings County, d. Sep 1881, d/o Burling Vincent and Sarah Lester: 6) Eliphalet Peat Olmstead b. 1 Dec 1791 probably at Saint John, d. 11 Nov 1855 at Robbinson, ME, m. (1st) Elizabeth Sweet b. 19 Mar 1794 Perry, ME, d. 1837, d/o Benjamin Sweet and Mary McNeal of Perry, ME, m. (2nd) 1840 Jane Bowser born Sackville, Westmorland County, NB, d. Robbinson, ME: 7) Hannah Olmstead b. 30 Sep 1793, d. 1834, m. 1811 William Jacobs born c1787 at Saint John, died c1849. Source: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 225.

OLMSTEAD: Eliphalet Olmstead b. c1763 in Wilton, CT s/o James Small Olmstead and Mary Patchen: he came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist and first settled at Maugerville, Sunbury County: m. Ruth/Rebecca Upton of Burton Parish, Sunbury County, d/o Samuel Upton and Rebecca Spinney: Children mentioned: 1) Eliphalet Olmstead Jr. b. 3 Sep 1794, d. 4 Dec 1863, m. 17 May 1818 Elizabeth Tibbitts of Saint John: had nine children: 2) Samuel Olmstead born 1796, died 1830, m. 17 Feb 1825 Frances Gage: 3) James Olmstead born 1796, d. c1829: 4) Elizabeth Olmstead m. David Marshall of Saint John. Sources: MC1/Olmstead, 50 pages: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 227.

OLMSTEAD: Thomas Olmstead born about 1745 or 1756 at Wilton, CT, d. 15 Sep 1821, s/o James Small Olmstead and Mary Patchen: m. c1775 Ruth Weeks or Wicks b. c1761 in USA, d. 23 Apr 1835: came from Wilton, CT to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: they eventually settled on Grand Lake at Scotchtown in Canning Parish, Queens County: Children: 1) James Olmstead b. c1776, d. c1783: 2) Elizabeth Olmstead b. 24 Jun 1777: 3) Zephaniah Olmstead born 4 Apr 1780, d. 4 Jul 1797: 4) Alexander W. Olmstead b. 9 Apr 1781: 5) Ruth Olmstead born 20 May 1783 probably in NY, died 12 Sep 1843, m. 5 Oct 1810 or 18 Nov 1813 Joseph Finney Stone of Scotchtown, born 14 Aug 1788, d. 20 Feb 1868, s/o Eber Stone and Diana Finney: 6) Mary Olmstead b. 10 Jan 1785, d. 3 Nov 1827, m. William Mills probably of Saint John: 7) Sarah Olmstead b. 6 May 1788, d. 11 Mar 1868, married 15 Nov 1810 in

Waterborough Parish, Henry Mills probably of Saint John, brother of William: 8) Thomas Olmstead born 9 Aug 1792, d. 3 Oct 1874 in NY: 9) Hannah Olmstead born 7 Jun 1795, died 15 Feb 1866, married on 12 Oct 1812 or 26 Feb 1814 Dow Vandine s/o Arthur Vandine and Rachel Stone: 10) William Olmstead b. 25 Jan 1797 or 25 Jan 1798, d. 2 Dec 1858, married Julia Ann Easton born 5 Aug 1799 at Washademoak, youngest d/o James Easton and Eleanor Babcock, died 27 Dec 1846: settled at Scotchtown, NB and had ten children. Sources: MC80/1483 William J. Olmstead's Genealogy of the lineal male descendants of Thomas Olmstead, Loyalist to the fourth generation: see MC1/Olmstead, 50 pages: James Easton and Eleanor Babcock were Scots who went to NY then came to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: see also MC80/1285 Loyalist lineages of Canada 1783-1983, pages 477-478: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, page 180: see MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 226: see also MC80/2348 Cleadie B. Barnett et. al. Loyalist families, page 32.

OLNEY: John Olney came to NB: settled at or near Sackville, Westmorland County: his wife's name is not provided: Children: 1) Oliver Olney b. 1 Jan 1764, d. 16 Feb 1774: 2) Assa Olney b. 11 Apr 1765: 3) Zelotas Olney b. 25 May 1767: 4) Rachel Olney b. 2 Jun 1769: 5) Druzellah Olney b. 2 May 1771: 6) Salomeas Olney b. 22 Mar 1773: 7) Rosamon Olney b. 1 Feb 1775: 8) Lucnias Olney b. 2 Dec 1781. Source: MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue #28, Jun 1986: From the Sackville (N.B.) Town Book, pg 13: Eleazer Olney m. 20 Dec 1775 Suzanna Seamans and had a son Jonas Olney b. 14 May 1777.

OLSTEN: Peter Olsten b. c1772 at Copenhagen, Denmark, d. c1853, married in Dublin, Ireland, Ann O'Brien b. c1795, died 11 Jul 1864 at Saint John, only d/o John O'Brien: they came to NB by 1820 and settled at New Ireland, Alma Parish, Albert County: Children: 1) Mary Olsten b. c1818 in Dublin, married c1835 Philip Daley b. in Ireland: 2) Ann Olsten b. Nov 1822, d. 25 Oct 1903 at Caledonia, Hillsborough Parish, Albert County, m. 3 Dec 1840 Josiah Bennett of Harvey Parish s/o Nathan and Nancy Bennett, b. - , d. 31 Dec 1862 in Hopewell, Parish: they settled at Caledonia at had seven children: 3) Martha Olsten married a sea captain and went to the USA: 4) Peter Olsten b. 1829, d. 1917: moved with his mother in the late 1850's to Saint John: m. 19 Nov 1863 in Kings County, Sarah McPhelemy of Norton Parish, born c1834, d. 1911, d/o James McPhelemy: settled in Sussex Parish and had four children.

Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, pages 230-231.

OLTS: Elijah Olts b. 1791 in York County, NB s/o Martin Olts, a Loyalist: Elijah d. 11 Oct 1860, m. Sarah Place b. 1801: family first settled at Jemseg, Queens County, then at Northampton, Carleton County in 1840: Children: 1) David B. Olts born 14 Oct 1837, married 17 Jun 1860 Henrietta Porter: 2) Sarah Gough Olts b. c1838: 3) Eliza Olts born 1839: 4) James Henry Olts born 20 Jun 1840, died 7 Feb 1918, married 31 Aug 1861 Magdalene Tompkins: 5) Charles Olts born 1842: 6) Louisa Olts born 1851. Source: MC1/Olts, 4 pages: surname also spelt Oltz in NB, and Holtz in NY.

ORAM: James Oram and his family came from near Philadelphia, PA to NB in 1783 as Loyalists: settled on Saint John River, on Long Reach, in Kingston Parish, Kings County: the name of his wife is not provided: Possible children: 1) David Oram: 2) Sarah Oram b. - , m. 1813 Joseph Travis: 3) Eleanor Oram b. - , m. 1821 Joseph Cronk: 4) Susannah Oram b. c1800, m. 1821 Titus Whelpley. Sources: MC1/Cooper/Kimble/Orem: the file contains a copy of The Kimble-OramCooper Roots 1595-1971 by Mable C. Magee: information on James Oram starts on page 34: see also MC211 Raymond P. Gorham fonds MS 4/4/2 Notes on the History of Kingston Parish, pages 24-25: see also MC80/2902 Sharon Dubeau's New Brunswick Loyalists: a bicentennial tribute, 1 page.

ORCHARD: Robert Orchard b. 1802 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England, d. 1868, s/o William Orchard: came to NB in 1829: m. Lucretia Briggs b. 1816 died on 25 Mar 1903, d/o Hiram Briggs and Susan White: the family settled at Cambridge, Queens County: ] Children: 1) Hiram Orchard born 4 May 1833, m. Mary Ann Morrow and settled in Saint John: 2) William Orchard b. 1836, d. 1904: went to Fitzroy, Queensland, Australia: 3) Thomas Orchard born 1838 m. Clara Scriber: settled at Cambridge, NB: 4) George Orchard b. 16 May 1840 m. Sarah Smith: 5) John Orchard born 14 Apr 1842, died 30 Aug 1935, m. 15 Sep 1864 Mary Caroline Bennison born 6 Jun 1846 d/o James Johnston Bennison and Ellen

Briggs: they settled at White's Cove, Cambridge Parish: 6) Samuel Orchard b. 4 Mar 1844, m. Alice Springer: settled at Cambridge: 7) Rebecca A. Orchard b. 20 May 1848, m. Bernard Kelly: 8) Emma J. Orchard b. 15 Aug 1850, m. Charles Denton: 9) Mary A. Orchard born 12 Mar 1852: unmarried: 10) Louise Orchard d. young: 11) Robert Orchard d. young: 12) James Orchard d. young: 13) Oswald Orchard d. young. Sources: MC1/Mott #1, 3 pages: see MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, 1876, page 45: Robert's brother, Thomas Orchard settled in Queens County.

ORCHARD: Thomas Orchard b. 1806 at Taunton, Somersetshire, England, s/o William Orchard: came to NB in 1833: m. Phoebe Tyrrell: settled at Mill Cove, Cambridge Parish, Queens County: Children mentioned: 1) George Orchard m. Miss Fowler: 2) Theresa Orchard m. William Clark: 3) Jane Orchard m. Mr. Barton: 4) Mary Orchard died unmarried: Sources: MC1/Mott #1, 3 pgs.: see also MC80/364 E. Stone Wiggins, History of Queens County, 1876, page 45: Thomas' brother Robert Orchard settled in Queens County, and John Orchard settled at Mill Cove, married Phoebe Briggs and had seven children.

ORMOND: Harry Smith Ormond b. 10 Sep 1784 at Maugerville, Sunbury County, d. 3 May 1864, oldest s/o George Ormond a lieutenant in Queen's Rangers and a Loyalist: Harry Smith Ormond joined British Army at age 15 had a distinguished military career, retiring after 45 years of service: came to NB and settled at Lincoln, Sunbury County: married Betty Cuffe: the couple had three sons and two daughters, Children mentioned: 1) Harry Ormond: 2) - Ormond: 3) Gaika Ormond b. about 1826 in South Africa: 4) Eliza Ormond married 1845 in Dublin, Ireland, John Hamilton Gray who became a lawyer in Saint John, NB: 5) Charlotte Elizabeth Ormond married George H. Perley of Lincoln, NB. Sources: MC1/Ormond, 3 pages: Colonel Ormond served in the British Army in the 49th and 30th Regiments: see also MC80/360 Acadiensis, Volume 2, No. 1, Jan 1902, Colonel Harry Ormond: The career of a New Brunswick soldier, pages 19-23.

ORR: John Edward Orr b. 1803 in Ireland, m. in Ireland, Margaret Moore born 1806 in Ireland: they came from Belfast, Ireland to NB about 1825: first settled at St.

Andrews then at Waweig, Saint Croix Parish, Charlotte County: Children: 1) David Orr b. 1825 in Ireland, d. 12 May 1858: 2) Ellen Orr born 17 Nov 1826, d. 14 Nov 1901, m. John Simpson b. 1819, died 16 Aug 1877: settled in Saint Andrews Parish and had eleven children: 3) William John Orr born 1 Jan 1830, m. Margaret E. Hawthorne b. 1835, died 11 Oct 1908: 4) James W. Orr b. 1832, died 26 Mar 1909, m. Maria McCready: 5) Thomas Orr born 1836, married Agnes Smart born in Scotland: 6) Margaret Orr b. 1837, m. Charles Christie: 7) Sophia Orr married George Hawthorne: 8) Andrew Orr: 9) Edward Orr b. 1844, m. Alice Clark born 1851, died 26 Apr 1920: 10) Hugh Orr b. 1846. Source: MC80/2623 Jack Hester's The chronicles of Samuel Nixon and his descendants, Vol. I, pages 119-123.

ORR: William Orr born 1789 in Ireland, d. before 1861: came to NB: settled in Upham Parish, Kings County: m. Margaret Ellen or Eleanor Moore born c1799: Children: 1) James Orr born 1817, died 25 May 1909, married 14 Apr 1841 Margaret Marshall: 2) Charles Orr born 1822, d. Mar 1908, m. 20 Feb 1856 Johanna Sullivan: 3) John Charles Orr b. 1832, d. 1903, m. Isabella Patterson: 4) Sophia Orr born 1837, died Jul 1921, m. 10 Dec 1861 George Dysart: 5) Joseph William Orr b. 1838, d. 26 Dec 1913, m. 27 Sep 1869 Matilda Riley: 6) Margaret Ann Orr born 1842, d. unm. Jan 1867. Source: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 228. ORR: see also HOAR

ORSER: William Orser born Mar 1763 at Ossining, or Sing Sing, NY, d. 24 Dec 1844, s/o John Orser and Rachel Beyea, or Jonas Orser and Elizabeth Pugsley: came to NB in 1783 with the Loyalists: settled in Hartland, Brighton Parish, Carleton County: m. (1st) c1790 Mary Craig b. - , d. c1800, d/o Jacob Craig: m. (2nd) c1802 Mary (Blake) Craig born 6 Mar 1772 at Reeds Point in Saint John, d. 7 May 1856 at Hartland, NB, d/o Christopher Blake of Reed's Point, and widow of James Craig with whom she had six children: Children of first wife: 1) John Orser born 1791, killed 12 Nov 1813 in Kingston, ON during war: 2) Phoebe Ann Orser born c1793, d. before 1845: m. 12 Nov 1818 Joshua Bishop: had seven children: 3) Lydia Orser b. c1795, d. after 1851, m. 23 Mar 1811 John Giberson born 1789, died before 1851, s/o John Giberson and Betty Brown: they settled in Carleton

County: settled in Kent Parish, Carleton County and had at least eight children: 4) William Orser Jr. born 1796, m. 28 Nov 1822 Mary Shaw d/o Jonathan Shaw and Abigail Tapley: moved to Ontario: 5) Elizabeth Orser married c1815 James Lovely: 6) Marie Orser: 7) Phoebe Orser: Children of second wife: 8) Stephen or Blake Orser born 1802 at Wakefield, NB, died 29 Oct 1868, m. (1st) 25 Nov 1826 Jane McIsaac b. - , died 1834: had four children: m. (2nd) 2 Dec 1835 at Brighton, NB, Sarah Foster b. 1812, died 20 Nov 1889: had ten children: settled at Hartland, NB: 8) Evard or Edward Orser b. 1805, died 2 Nov 1890, m. Abigail Shaw born 1808 at Oromocto, Sunbury County, NB, d/o Ammi Shaw and Hannah Dean: had ten children: 9) George E. Orser d. young: 10) John Moses Orser born 13 Sep 1810, d. 23 Oct 1896 at St. Paul, MN: m. (1st) c1830 Martha Hamilton born 11 Oct 1811 at Hartland, NB, died 28 Oct 1887 at Hartland: m. (2nd) Anna Bosworth b. 11 Dec 1840 at Machias, ME, d. 24 May 1929 at Billings, MT: 11) George Whitfield Orser born 27 Jun 1813, d. 20 Mar 1885, m. (1st) c1832 Abigail J. Shaw born 10 Dec 1815, d/o Jonathan Shaw and Betsy Ginson, m. (2nd) 10 Jul 1879 Harriet V. (Shaw) Rideout, sister of Abigail, born 1825, died c1917 at Snohomish, WA: 12) Samuel Bishop Orser born 1815, d. 1892, m. Irene Shaw born Mar 1817 at Lower Wakefield, NB, died 26 Aug 1901 at Bristol, NB: had ten children. Sources: MC1/Orser, 30 pages: see also MC1/Kearney #2: file contains data from the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Volume 26, 1895: the order of the children differs among the sources: see MC80/358 Collections of New Brunswick Historical Society, Vol. 1, No. 11, pages 215-217: see also MC80/566 Daniel Turner's Orser: a genealogy of the descendants of Aert Willemszen, pages 49, 165ff: see also MC80/1182 George H. Hayward's The descendants of Stephen and Lydia (McGee) Orser of Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada: see also MC80/2348 Cleadie B. Barnett et. al. Loyalist families, pages 32-33: see MC80/2536 Melvin A. Orser's The Orser family in America: see also MC2657 NBGS Generations Issue # 16, June 1983: George H. Hayward's William Orser, Loyalist, pages 15-22. OSBORN, OSBORNE and OSBOURNE are interfiled OSBOURNE: James Osbourne b. c1800 in Ireland, d. 12 Sep 1847, married in Ireland, Mary Jane - b. c1810 in Ireland, d. 9 Jul 1856: came to NB in 1828 and settled in Saint John: Children: 1) Jane Osbourne born c1827 in Ireland, married 3 Dec 1853 in Saint John, Oliver Emery: 2) Mary Osbourne born c1830 in NB, married 27 Mar 1852 in Saint John, William Emery: 3) Harriet Osbourne b. c1832 in NB: 4) Elizabeth Osbourne b. c1834, married 9 May 1854 in Saint John, Joseph McArthur: 5) Charles Osbourne b. c1833, d. 13 Jul 1867 in Saint John, m. 24 Jul 1852 in Saint

John, Matilda Burton: 6) Joseph Osbourne born c1835: 7) Sarah Ann Osbourne born c1843: 8) Margaret Osbourne born c1845, d. 5 Jan 1864 James R. Scribner. Source: MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 204.

OSBORNE: James Osborne b. 26 Apr 1818, d. 30 Aug 1903, m. 3 Jun 1840 in Saint John, Matilda McFarlane b. 12 Aug 1824, d. 4 May 1891: settled in Saint Martins, Saint John County: Children: 1) Elizabeth Osborne b. - , died 1911, m. Mr. Forbes: went to Tacoma, WA: had two children: 2) Jane Osborne b. 1843, d. 1928, m. John Charlton and had seven children: 3) William Osborne b. 1844, d. unmarried 1878: 4) Sarah Ann Osborne b. 1851, d. 1925, m. David Smith: had five children: 5) Mary Osborne born 1856, d. 1921, m. Albert Whitney and had one child: 6) Catherine/Kate Osborne b. 1858, married William Swatridge of Yeovil, England and had two sons: 7) Clara Eliza Osborne b. 1860, d. unmarried 1882: 8) John Osborne b. 1863, d. unmarried 1878: 9) Jessie Osborne born 1866, married Edwin Fritz and had three children: 10) Alice Maitland Osborne b. 1868, d. 1946, m. Cudlip Miller b. 1859, d. 1915: had seven children. Source: MC2824 Julia Walker fonds, MS1, Osborne, 1 page.

OSBORNE: Moses P. Osborne born c1795 in County Donegal, Ireland, died c1874: he came to NB about 1819 and settled at Osborne Corner, Hillsborough Parish, Albert County: probably married Sarah Martha Kinnie b. 3 Aug 1805 in NB, d. 18 Mar 1867, possibly the d/o Thomas Kinnie and Olive Copp: Children: 1) Mary Osborne born c1827, d. after 1872: 2) Olive Osborne b. 3 Jun 1828, died 26 May 1893, married Joseph Hopper born 3 Jul 1831, died 1902, s/o Peter Hopper and Hannah Brown: settled in Hillsborough Parish and had four children: 3) William Osborne born c1833, d. 21 Dec 1894 at Moncton, NB, married 9 Nov 1854 in Hillsborough Parish, Arezena Ricker b. c1833 at Turtle Creek, Coverdale Parish, Albert County, d/o William Ricker and Abigail Steeves: settled at Osborne Corner and had eight children: 4) John Osborne b. 1835, d. 17 Jul 1895 at Osborne Corner, married 11 Mar 1860 in Hillsborough Parish, Elizabeth Steeves born 23 Jul 1841 at Dawson Settlement, Hillsborough Parish, died 18 Apr 1921 at Dawson Settlement, d/o Hiram Steeves and Hannah Steeves: they settled at Osborne Corner and had eleven children: widow Elizabeth married (2nd) 1900 Abner D. Jonah: 5) Martha Ann Osborne born 8 Jan 1838, d. 15 May 1920 at Moncton, NB, m. 12 Feb 1865 in Hillsborough Parish, John Harvey Forsyth b. 2 Dec 1838, d. 1901, s/o

John and Catherine Forsyth: they settled in Hillsborough Parish and had two children: 6) Moses Osborne born 1 Jul 1839, died 2 Apr 1906, married 19 Nov 1865 in Hillsborough Parish, Louisa/Eliza Milton born 2 Sep 1843 or 10 Jun 1844, d. 10 Feb 1934 at West River, Harvey Parish, Albert County, d/o Peter S. Milton and Sarah Terrice: they settled at Osborne Corner, NB: had thirteen children: 7) Samuel Osborne born 2 Oct 1841, d. 10 Mar 1902, married 10 Jul 1865 in Hillsborough Parish, Lois E. Shaw b. 5 Feb 1846 in NB, died 1 May 1901, d/o Charles Shaw and Lucy Steeves: settled in Hillsborough Parish and had eight children: 8) Daniel Osborne born 1845 at Osborne Corner, d. 1876, m. Rebecca Alice Bishop b. c1852 in NB: they settled in Moncton, Westmorland County and had one child: the widow Rebecca m. (2nd) 21 Jul 1877 Henry Shaw: 9) Nathan Osborne b. 1848 at Osborne Corner, d. Mar 1876 at Albert Mines, NB, m. 30 Oct 1870 in Hillsborough Parish, Anna McRae b. 18 Feb 1856, d. 21 Apr 1921, d/o David McRae and Margaret Steeves: they settled at Albert Mines, Hillsborough Parish and had two children: widow Anna m. (2nd) 21 Jul 1877 Thomas Kinnie of Hillsborough Parish and had two children. Sources: MC80/2399 Elizabeth Ann Stimson's The Osbornes from Osborne Corner: see also MC80/2878 Betty Ann Stimson's The Osbornes from Osborne Corner.

OSBORN: Samuel Osborn b. 1819 in Ireland, d. 24 Oct 1886: came to NB in 1826: settled in Saint John: m. 24 Dec 1844 in Saint John, Ann/Agnes Hunter born 1821 in Belfast, Ireland, died 15 Mar 1897: they had at least six children: Only children mentioned: 1) William Albert Osborn born 1862, died 8 Aug 1880: 2) Robert D. Osborn b. 1852 in Saint John, d. 8 May 1890 in Concord, MA. Source: MC80/2592 Graeme F. Somerville's A library of stone pages and other records of the Wesleyan burial ground, Saint John, NB, page 186.

OSMAN: Charles Joseph Osman born 22 Apr 1850 at Kensington, England, d. 13 Apr 1922: came to NB: first settled at Chatham, Northumberland County, then in 1877 moved at Hillsborough, Albert County: he married in 1877 Laura E. Tompkins d/o Joseph C. Tompkins: only child mentioned was, Conrad J. Osman. Source: MC80/115 C.H. McLean's Prominent People of New Brunswick, p. xxxvii.

OTTY: Allen Otty born 18 Nov 1784 at Landsend, Yorkshire, England, d. 15 Mar 1859, s/o Thomas Otty and Esther Allan of Whitby, Yorkshire, England: served in British Navy and after retiring he settled at Lakeside, Darlings Lake, Hampton Parish, Kings County: he m. 8 Aug 1818 in Toronto, ON, Elizabeth Crookshank b. 2 Apr 1798 d/o Andrew and Elizabeth Crookshank of Saint John, d. 8 Aug 1852: Children born in Saint John: 1) Andrew Crookshank Otty born 1819, died unmarried in 1875:

2) George Otty born 8 Aug 1820, d. 14 Nov 1888, m. 1849 Eliza Anne Earle born 10 Dec 1828 d/o Sylvester Zobieski Earle of Kingston, Kings County, d. 11 Jun 1907: settled at Hampton, NB: 3) Catherine McGill Otty born 1821, d. 1897, m. 20 Jan 1847 Dr. Sylvester Zobieski Earle born 7 Aug 1822: 4) Henry Phipps Otty b. 1824, d. 1904, married 1851 Hettie Howe b. 25 Nov 1827 at Halifax, d. 3 Jun 1893, d/o John Howe: 5) Thomas John Otty b. 1825: drowned 1847 in sinking of H.M.S. Avenger: 6) Allen Colville Otty born 1827, died in 1884, m. Phoebe (Ford) Palmer d/o John Prall Ford: 7) Robert William Otty born 1829, d. 1891 married Hannah Moore Hallett: 8) Elizabeth Crookshank Otty b. 1831, d. unmarried 20 Mar 1874: 9) John McGill Otty b. 1833, d. unmarried 1907: 10) William Otty born 1835, d. 1899, m 1873 at Winnipeg, MB, Sarah Otty Ingledew: settled in Winnipeg. Sources: MC1/Otty, 2 pages: see MC1156 Graves Papers: Otty family notes, 1 page: which claims that Allen Otty was born 18 Nov 1774 s/o William Otty and Sarah Allen: the widow Eliza Anne (Earle) Otty married in 1891 George L. Taylor of Hampton, NB: see also MC80/338 I. Allen Jack's Biographical Review, pages 186187 and 400-401: see also MC80/2433 Barbara J. Griffith's Captain Allen Otty, RN.

OUELLET: Pierre Ferdinand Ouellet b. 9 Jan 1781 St. Roch-des-Aulnaies, QC, s/o Pierre Ferdinand Ouellet and Reine Morneau, married 29 Jul 1805 at Kamouraska, Quebec, Madeleine Landry b. - , died 1 Jan 1850, d/o Pierre Landry and Theotiste Laine of Kamouraska: came to NB by 1829: settled in Madawaska County: Children mentioned: 1) Joseph Charles Ouellet: 2) Madeleine Ouellet: 3) Michel-Amable Ouellet: 4) Adelaide Ouellet b. 1816. Sources: MC80/1741 Leo G. Cyr's Madawaskan Heritage, page 245.

OULTON: Charles Oulton b. c1747 in Yorkshire, England, died 9 Sep 1826, s/o William Oulton and Charity Bellamy or possibly s/o John Oulton: came to NB 1759 with his mother: m. 22 Sep 1768 at Mount Whatley, NB, Abigail Fillmore born 21 Apr 1750 Norwich, CT, died 8 Sep 1826, d/o John Fillmore and Leah Day: the family settled near Mount Whatley in Westmorland Parish, Westmorland County: Children: 1) Charity Oulton born c1769, died after 1829, m. c1788 Bealing Stephens Williams of Mt. Whatley born 1754, d. 1829: they settled at Fredericton, York County: their daughter Susannah Williams married Peter Fisher and were the parents of Charles Fisher: 2) William Martin Oulton born c1770, d. 18 Oct 1845, married c1795 Mary Elizabeth Smith b. c1771, d. 2 Mar 1839: 3) Abigail Oulton b. c1772, d. 10 Jun 1839 in Albert County, married c1789 Daniel Tingley of Sackville, Westmorland County, b. 30 Nov 1764, d. 5 Mar 1843, s/o

Josiah Tingley and Jemima Crabtree: 4) Sarah Oulton born c1774, died probably at Murray Corner in Botsford Parish, Westmorland County, m. c1795 Anthony Fields of Botsford, NB: 5) Thomas Oulton b. c1777, died 25 Jun 1843, m. c1799 Jane Trenholm of Point de Bute, Westmorland County, b. 2 Sep 1780, d. 10 Nov 1842, d/o John Trenholm and Isabella Coates: settled at Point de Bute and had ten children: 6) Charles Oulton Jr. b. 1779, d. 10 Oct 1849 in Pictou, NS, m. (1st) c1800 in Pictou, NS, Elizabeth Lewis: married (2nd) on 6 Jan 1831 Martha Jane Smith born 1810, died 6 Oct 1889: had five children: settled in Jolicure, Westmorland Parish, NB: 7) Mary Oulton b. c1781, d. 20 Jun 1858, married c1805 Francis Siddall of Mt. Whatley, NB, b. 1766, d. 27 Feb 1816, s/o Frank Siddall: 8) Henry Oulton born c1783, died young: 9) Elizabeth Oulton b. c1787, d. 14 Oct 1870, m. 28 Feb 1809 Westmorland County, Charles Dixon Bulmer of Sackville, b. 1787, died 19 Sep 1864, s/o George Bulmer and Susanna Dixon: 10) Jane Oulton b. c1787, died 14 Mar 1868, m. 13 Jan 1810 in Westmorland County, Thomas Smith of Fort Lawrence, NS, b. 15 Sep 1789, d. 5 Mar 1875, s/o John Smith and Jane Chapman: 11) George Oulton b. c1791, d. 11 Jan 1876, married c1813 Jane King of Mt. Whatley, born c1794, d. 1 Aug 1871, d/o Thomas King and Fannie Harper: settled at Westmorland Point and had at least three children: 12) Patience Oulton born 16 Mar 1793, died 4 Sep 1857, m. c1815 Nathaniel Smith of Fort Lawrence, born 20 Sep 1791, died 11 Dec 1878, s/o John Smith and Jane Chapman. Sources: MC1/Oulton, 2 pg: see also MC3/109 Louise Walsh Throop's Early Settlers of Cumberland Township, Nova Scotia in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly, pages 272-273: Charles' widowed mother m. Sennacherib Martin: see also MC1156 Graves Papers: Merville Allen Oulton, 1 page: see also MC80/1397 Daniel F. Johnson's New Brunswick lineages, pgs. 186-188, 242-244: see also MC80/1175 Charles L. Fillmore's So soon forgotten: three thousand Fillmores, pg 41: see also MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 229: see MC1334 Oulton family notes, MS1: see also MC2852 Purdy-Carter genealogical collection, MS2: on microfilm F20988: see sheets for Charles Oulton and his sons.

OUTHOUSE: Simon Outhouse b. c1748 or c1761 probably at North Castle in Westchester County, NY, d. 2 Jun 1812 or 1819, s/o Simon Outhouse and Autie VanWestervelt: came to NB in 1783: settled at Sackville, Westmorland County: married 31 Mar 1785 in Sackville, Elizabeth Lawrence b. 3 Feb 1768 or b. 3 Feb 1769 at Sackville, d/o William Lawrence and Huldy Seamans or Seamour: Children are listed in an estimated order: 1) William Outhouse born 29 Apr 1787, died before 1851, m. 16 Feb 1809 at Sackville, Mary Ann Charters born c1789, d. 4 Jul 1875 at Wood Point, NB, d/o James Charters and Alice Winsmore: 2) Simon Outhouse b. Apr 1790, d. 8 Mar 1858, m. 18 Mar 1819 Lucinda or Lucretia Ayer b. c1800, d. 16 Jan 1887: settled at Coverdale, Albert County and had at least five children: 3) Mary Outhouse m. 20 Dec 1810 George Kinnear: 4) Sarah Outhouse m. 11 Feb 1819 Timothy Charters s/o James Charters and Alice Winsmore: 5) Manning Outhouse:

6) Rebecca Outhouse b. c1801, d. 16 Oct 1876 at Sackville, m. 21 Dec 1819 at Sackville, Eliphalet Read b. 1798, died 12 Mar 1885: 7) Ann Outhouse b. - , died before 1851, married 18 Mar 1828 James Blanch born c1795: 8) Cynthia Outhouse b. c1802, d. Apr 1873, m. (1st) 25 Sep 1827 at Sackville, Thomas Dixon b. - , d. 1840 in Harvey Parish, Albert County, m. (2nd) 8 Apr 1841 in Harvey Parish, Jeremiah Kinney born c1785: 9) James Outhouse married 10 Jan 1833 Elizabeth Reid. Sources: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, pg. 230: see also MC80/2354 Saint John Branch, NBGS: Arrivals 99: our first families in New Brunswick, page 204: the order of the children differs between these sources.

OWEN: David Owen b - , d. 1829: m. Anne - : he came to NB in 1789 and settled on Campobello Island in Charlotte County for forty years: no children are listed: Source: MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/226, 2 pgs.

OWEN: John Michael Owen b. 1828 in Ireland: m. Rosanna - born 1830 in Ireland: came to NB and settled in St. Andrews, Charlotte County: Children mentioned: 1) John H. Owen b. 1852, d. 3 Jul 1859: 2) Mary Agnes Owen b. 1854 in NB: 3) Anna Owen b. 1861. Source: MC80/360 Acadiensis Vol VII, No. 3, Jul, 1907 Old Roman Catholic Graveyard at St. Andrews, page 201: the surname is spelled "Owens" in the 1861 Charlotte County census: on the tombstone the wife's name is given as Mary A.

OWEN: Jonathan Morgan Owen b. c1752, d. 1821 near Eastport, ME: came to NB in 1783 as a Loyalist: first settled in Beaver Harbour, Charlotte County, then Campobello Island, then Eastport, ME: he m. c1787 Catherine Morang born c1770: Children mentioned: 1) David Owen b. 1787 prob. in Campobello, d. young: 2) Miss Owen b. 1788 prob. in Campobello, d. young: 3) Francis Owen b. 21 Nov 1789 in Eastport, ME: 4) additional children were born in Maine. Source: MC3/572 Jonathan Morgan Owen ­ An Early Settler of Eastport, Maine, 7 pages.

OWEN: William Owen b. 1737 at Glam Severn, Powys, Wales, died 1778 at Madras, India, s/o David Owen: in 1767 William Owen received the grant of Campobello Island in what later became Charlotte County, NB and in 1770 he brought out several

settlers: Children mentioned: 1) Edward William Campbell Owen b. 19 Feb 1771 on Campobello Island, d, 8 Oct 1849 Windlesham manor, County Surrey England: m. (1st) sister of Mrs. Kent: m. (2nd) in London, England, Sarah Hay: 2) William Fitz-William Owen b. 1774, d. 1857: moved there in 1835 and further developed the island. Source: MC1286 Volume IV Dictionary of Canadian Biography, pgs. 596-7: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/226, 2 pgs: see also MC995 Project Preservation: Charlotte County Historical Society: Vol II #29 Olive Mcgowan's Three Owens of Glensevern, Wales, promoters of an English colony on Campobello Island, 1770-1857, on microfilm reel F769, 16 pages.

OWEN: William Fitz-William Owen b. 17 Sep 1774 Manchester, England, died 3 Nov 1857 in Saint John, NB, s/o William Owen and Sarah Haslam: m. (1st) Jan 1818 Martha Evans b. in Bedfordshire, England, d. 15 Apr 1852 at Campobello: m. (2nd) 11 Dec 1852 in Saint John, Amy (Vernon) Nicholson, widow of Mr. Nicholson of Saint John: came to NB in 1835: settled on Campobello Island in Charlotte County: Children of first wife: 1) Portia Owen b. 9 May 1819 at Deal, England, d. 1865, married 7 Sep 1836 Clement Herney or Hemery of Isle of Jersey, at Campobello, NB, b. - , died 12 Sep 1862: family moved to Jersey: 2) Cornelia Owen b. 16 Oct 1820 at Camden Town, d. 1896 England, married 9 Jul 1839 John James Robinson Owen: had four children: 3) step-daughter, Grace Vernon Nicholson, married 1858 Sir W.J. Ritchie b. 1813, died 1892. Sources: MC1286 Volume VIII Dictionary of Canadian Biography, pgs 668-672: see also MC1156 Graves Papers: William Fitz-William Owen, 1 page: see MC80/450 Charlotte G. Robinson's Pioneer Profiles of New Brunswick Settlers, "Martha Owen" pages 153-164: see also MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection, MS3/226, 2 pages.

OWENS: Edward Owens born c1819 in Ireland, died by 1860: came to NB in 1845: first settled in Sussex Parish, Kings County, then at Goshen in Elgin Parish, Albert County: he married 29 Nov 1844 in Saint John, Mary Swift d/o Patrick Swift: Children: 1) Patrick Owens born in 1845: 2) Bridget Owens born 6 Jul 1847, m. in 1860's Thomas Foley born c1840 in Ireland s/o Owen Foley: they settled in Upper Goshen and had two children: 3) Rosanna Owens b. c1848 probably in Sussex Parish: 4) Mary Owens born c1850: 5) Ann Owens b. c1855, m. 21 Apr 1884 Dennis Regan of Studholm Parish, Kings County and had at least one child. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of

Albert County, New Brunswick, page 244: Edward came to NB in 1845 with his brother James Owens: Owen Foley was born in Ireland: came to NB with his sons Thomas Foley b. c1840 and Francis Foley b. c1846: settled in Albert County.

OWENS: James Owens b. c1816 in Ireland, died c1871, m. in Ireland, Ann - : came to NB in 1845: first settled in Sussex Parish, Kings County, then in Elgin Parish, Albert County: Only children mentioned: 1) Patrick Owens born about 1836: 2) Nicholas Owens b. c1853. Source: MC80/2014 Heather Long's Good green hope: the Irish Catholic settlers of Albert County, New Brunswick, page 243: James came to NB in 1845 with his widowed mother Rosanna Owens born c1795 and his brother Edward Owens who married Mary Swift.

OWENS: James Owens b. 1821 at Dromahair, County Leitrim, Ireland, d. 17 May 1902: he came to NB: settled at North Tay, Douglas Parish, York County: married 6 Jul 1847 at Fredericton, Margaret Larkin: Children: 1) John Theodore Owens b. at Tay Creek, m. (1st) in NB, Lydia Armstrong: settled at Tay Creek and had two children: m. (2nd) Mary Elizabeth Poirier: settled at North Tay and had thirteen children: 2) Catherine Owens b. 1 Oct 1848 Douglas Parish, d. Dec 1937, m. c1870 in NB, Joseph Hawkes s/o William Hawkes and Mary Cashen: settled at Tay Creek and had two children: 3) James Owens b. 1849 in Douglas Parish: 4) Margaret Owens born 7 Feb 1851 in Douglas Parish, d. Dec 1937, married Henry Hawkes s/o William Hawkes and Mary Cashen: settled at Tay Creek and had twelve children: 5) Nicholas Owens b. 1856 in NB: 6) Patrick Owens b. 15 Mar 1859 at Tay Creek, d. Nashwaak Village, married Annie Dinsmore: 7) Thomas Owens b. 2 Jul 1865 at North Tay, NB: 8) Mary Ann Owens b. Sep 1868 at North Tay, d. 29 Jan 1943 at Fredericton, married 1895 at Devon, NB, Woodford Aaron McNeil s/o James McNeil and Elizabeth Langin: they settled in Nashwaak Village and had eight children. Source: MC80/2519 Robert P. McNeil's Descendants of James Owens of North Tay, Douglas Parish, York County, New Brunswick, Canada b. 1821, d. 1902, Irish.

OWENS: Thomas Owens b. 1784 at Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Ireland, died 15 Oct 1862: came to NB and settled in Kingston Parish, Kings County: m. Bridget born c1787 in Ireland, d. 27 Mar 1863: Children mentioned:

1) Mary Owens b. 1821, d. 18 Apr 1862, married 2 Feb 1841 Robert Martin: 2) Bridget Owens b. 1831, m. 5 Jul 1862 Henry Pierce: 3) Eleanor Owens b. 1833, d. 1901. Source: MC80/1790 Ken Kanner's Early families revisited, page 231.

OXFORD: James Oxford came to NB by 1796 and settled on the South West Miramichi River in Northumberland County adjacent Matthew Oxford's land. Source: MC216 Kathleen Willis Williston fonds, MS 1B5 Biographies and notes on early settlers written by Mrs. Williston in 1947, 1 page: see entry for James Oxford.

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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.

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