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20701 Ward alias Wix; confirmed at Bottisham Lode Cambs Mar 6 1899 WARD Susanna (546I)
 
20702 Ward alias Wix; confirmed at Bottisham Lode Cambs Mar 6 1899 WARD Susanna (318173I)
 
20703 Ward alias Wix; confirmed at Bottisham Lode Cambs Mar 6 1899 WARD Isaac (Alias Wix) (318129I)
 
20704 Was a widow when she married Robert. STEWARD Isabella (264614I)
 
20705 Was alive in 1858 when daughter Elizabeth was married BEALE William (45782I)
 
20706 Was illitrerate as signed death certificate for son George Edward with a mark. BUNN Emma (81272I)
 
20707 Was living at 22 Cudnorth Street, Bethnal Green at time of marriage. LARCHET Catherine Marie (98405I)
 
20708 Was living at 24 Cudnorth Street, Bethnal Green at time of marriage. Was living at 19 Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green at time of 1881 census. WELSH Philip (318553I)
 
20709 Was serving on board HMS Belleisle at time of marriage. Living with his wife at 3 Oak Road St Mary Southampton with Harry Dymond and Sophia in 1901. SIMMONS Joseph Nathan (287599I)
 
20710 Was strangled to death in her apartment.Buried in Mt. Olivet cemetery. MAEDE Elizabeth (217641I)
 
20711 Was widowed by the time if the 1901 census At 126 Derby Road, Southampton in 1901. WAY Ellen (81549I)
 
20712 wé Famille 381423U
 
20713 wé Famille 379310U
 
20714 wé CHARBONNEAU Rene (88801I)
 
20715 We don't know where he was buried as we learnt of his death three months after he was dead. KENNEDY Ernest (Ernie) (186040I)
 
20716 We have her listed as Azilda.Death notice from Duluth newspaper Jan. 30, 1928. p. 8Died Jan 29, burial held at St. Jean de Baptiste Church. Burial at Calvary cemetery.Survivors listed as:Daughter Mrs. A.J.Morin, 2823 W. Second St.Daughter Mrs. F. Bourssa, DulutyTwo brothers: Napoleon of Floodwood, Henry of Attleboro, MATwo sisters: Mrs. J. Michaud, St. Felicite, Que. and Mrs. Aurelie Booz, Duluth PROULX Exilda Azilda (260990I)
 
20717 Welland Tribune (ON) -- 11 Sep 2004
ARBOUR, Thelma Marguerite - At Rapelje Lodge in Welland, on Thursday, 9 September 2004, in her 93rd year, formerly of Port Robinson. Beloved wife of the late Herbert "Pep" Arbour (1986). Loving mother of Sylvia Heidebrecht (Gary) of Thorold,Dave Arbour (Nancy) of Fenwick, Keith Arbour (Judy), Gail Krikke (Jake), Kathy Watson (and her late husband Bill), all of Fonthill, and predeceased by daughters Joan Kent, Karen MacKenzie, and Valerie Murray. Also loved by several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Dear sister of the late William, Arnold, and Leslie McDonald and Jessie Curtis. Friendswill be received by the family from 7-9 pm. Saturday, 11 September, and 2-4 and 7-9 pm Sunday, 12 September, at the James L. Pedlar Funeral Home - Dixon Chapel, 1292 Pelham Street, Fonthill. The funeral service will be conducted at Wesley United Church 244 First Avenue North, Welland on Monday, 13 September 2004, at 11:00 am with Reverend Kim Wright officiating. Interment Pleasantview Memorial Gardens, Thorold. As an expression of sympathy memorial donations may be made to Rapelje Lodge or Canadian Cancer Society. A donation in memory of Mrs. Arbour is being made to the Welland Hospital Foundation through the Pedlar Funeral Home Lifetime Memories Program. 
MC DOMALD Thelma Marguerite (11885I)
 
20718 Welland Tribune (ON) -- Thursday 07 Apr 2011
ARBOUR, Mrs Jessie Alice (Beckett) -- Passed away peacefully at the Welland Hospital on Wednesday, 6 April 2011, in her 93rd year. Predeceased by her beloved husband Wilfred (Naz) in 1991, granddaughter Rebecca (1973), and son-in-law Bill (2010), brothers and sisters Carl, George, Peter, Dorothy Hand, Mike, Robert, Dora, Ryan, Malcolm, and Jack. Loving mother of Fred (Eleanor), Gerry (Patti), Joe(Edith), Tim (Laura), and Lori Ivankovich. Cherished grandmother of 9 grandchildren,5 great grandchildren, and many loving nieces and nephews. Alice was a longtime resident of Port Robinson, being actively involved at The Immaculate Conception Church, CWL and the Port Robinson Firefighter's Ladies Auxiliary. She loved to write poetry about her family, community and special events in time. Her later years were spent with her many friends at the Pelham Town Square Seniors residence. Friends will be received by the family at the James L. Pedlar Funeral Home, 1292 Pelham Street, Fonthill on Sunday, 10 April, from 2-4 and 7-9 pm, with prayers being said at 8:00 pm that evening. The funeral service to honour Alice's life will take place in the chapel on Monday, 11 April, at 11:00 am, with Father Peter Rowe officiating. Interment will follow at Pleasantview Memorial Gardens, Thorold. As an expression of sympathy, donations to the Diabetes Association or the Heart and Stroke Foundation wouldbe greatly appreciated. Online condolences may be forwarded through www.pedlarfuneralhome.ca

The Welland Tribune (ON) -- Thursday 21 Apr 2011
ARBOUR, Jessie Alice -- The family of Alice Arbour would like to express our sincere appreciation to family and friends for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, mass cards, and donations on the recent passing of our mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. We thank all of those who shared their wonderful memories with us, pointing out what a special lady Alice was. With gratitude to Father Rowe for his kind words and comforting service.Thank you to the pallbearers: Jamie Arbour, Ben Arbour, Kevin Arbour, Tom Arbour, Jim Ryan, and Allen Ryan. To Tina and the staff of James Pedlar Funeral Home thank you for your care and compassion at such a difficult time. -- Sincerely, the Arbour Family.

The Welland Tribune (ON) -- Thursday 05 Apr 2012
ARBOUR, Alice -- In loving memory of a most admired mother, grandmother, great- grandmother and friend who passed away one year ago 6 April 2011. Gone is he face we loved so dear, silent is the voicewe loved to hear, too faraway for sight orspeech, but not too far for thought to reach. -- Loved always, never forgotten. Your Family.



Niagara Falls Gazette (NY) -- Monday 14 Jul 1941
Port Robinson, ON -- The marriage of Miss Jessie Alice Beckett, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Beckett, and Wilfred Arbour, son of Thomas Arbour of Port Robinson, and the late Mrs Arbour, took place at 7 o'clock Firiday evening at Grey Gables, Welland. The Rev Father O'Flaherty, pastor of Immaculate Conception RC Church, officiated. The bride was attractively dressed in a queen'sblue net frock over taffeta with beige hat and accessories. She wore a corsage of red and white roses and baby's breath. Miss Ann Arbour, sister of the groom, her only attendant, chose navy blue sheer with white hat and corsage of pink and white roses. Harry Beckett was best man. Following the ceremony, the bridal party returned to the home of the bride in Canby Street, where a buffet luncheon was served to 30 guests. Verna Eade and Mary Beckett assisted in serving. Mr and Mrs Arbour left for a short trip to Hamilton and other points. Upon their return they willreside in Port Robinson.Niagara Falls Gazette (NY) -- Monday 14 Jul 1941
Port Robinson, ON -- The marriage of Miss Jessie Alice Beckett, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Beckett, and Wilfred Arbour, son of Thomas Arbour of Port Robinson, and the late Mrs Arbour, took place at 7 o'clock Firiday evening at Grey Gables, Welland. The Rev Father O'Flaherty, pastor of Immaculate Conception RC Church, officiated. The bride was attractively dressed in a queen'sblue net frock over taffeta with beige hat and accessories. She wore a corsage of red and white roses and baby's breath. Miss Ann Arbour, sister of the groom, her only attendant, chose navy blue sheer with white hat and corsage of pink and white roses. Harry Beckett was best man. Following the ceremony, the bridal party returned to the home of the bride in Canby Street, where a buffet luncheon was served to 30 guests. Verna Eade and Mary Beckett assisted in serving. Mr and Mrs Arbour left for a short trip to Hamilton and other points. Upon their return they willreside in Port Robinson. 
BECKETT Jessie Alice (15782I)
 
20719 Went blind in later life KNAPMAN Ethel (186974I)
 
20720 Went to Canada YEOMAN Herbert (320962I)
 
20721 Went to Ireland to run a Bodega called Larchets. There started the Irish dynasty. He had a good tenor voice. Larchets U 423; FW 222.2? Pub at 11 College Green, just east of Moiras, another pub, at the corner of Trinity Street and Dame Lane LARCHET John Edward (197121I)
 
20722 Went to live with Joyce in Surrey until she died. GILLARD Isabel (154162I)
 
20723 Went to live with son and daughter in law (1881 census) DOWN Eliza (123871I)
 
20724 went to Saskatchewan and Alberta VOYER Pierre (6769I)
 
20725 went to Winnepeg VOYER Jean Baptiste (6199I)
 

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