Farmer from Palatinate. Arrived on Gale, 1751 at age 46.spouse: >Barbara, ? Maria (*1708 - 1752)
Louis was on the first settlers in Eastern Passage. He came from Lunenburg County. In 1901 his original house was occupied by John Himelman. (Source: Dartmouth Patriot: The History of Eastern Passage, August 17, 1901 reprinted in "The Beacon" p.19).spouse: >?, Ann Barbara (*1773 - >1837)
Sidney had two half sisters. We are not sure which have his parents were married before. One was name May and she married a Lewis Kelly. The other sister was throught to have moved out west.spouse: >Mosher, Annie Elizabeth (1887 - 1919)
When Sidney died, Edna his second wife asked Sidney's daughter, Verna about where they should bury him. Edna told Verna that she probably wanted him to be buried with his first wife in the Mosher cemetery. Verna said that it didn't matter, and that she could bury him where ever she would like. Edna chose to bury him at the Anglican Cemetery. Edna is also buried there.
One source questions that Sophia and Elizabeth Himmelmann may be two different people.spouse: >Conrad, Johan LORENTZ (~1760 - ~1832)
After her mother's death her and her sister Thelma who was one year younger went to live with their grandmother Mosher. Their Grandmother was lame and couldn't walk well due to enlarged legs. She was not well enough to look after a one-year old, so Forrest, their baby brother was sent to live with neighbours. When Forrest was approximately 6 years old he came home to his dad's house. But Sidney was not able to look after him and work at the same time, so he went up to his mother-in-laws and asked her if he could take Verna home to look after Forrest. Verna was about 11 years old at the time. She remembers her grandmother, tears going down her face saying "Sidney, you will have to ask her if she wants to move home." It was very sad, but when he asked Verna she said yes. Then Thelma, a year younger, jumped up and asked her dad if she could go too. The family were now reunited. They were always within walking distance to their grandparents and would visit often. Her father re-marred several years later. She soon had two new sisters, just a year a part. She remembers her step mother as rather unattached to her new babies. Edna often asked Verna to help with the diapers in quite a desperate manner. Verna felt she was more of a mother to them then their own mother.spouse: >Purdy, James FREDerick (1909 - 1996)
Founder of the Acadian Recorder.
Margaret and Lester Gaetz had three children.spouse: >Gaetz, Lester (*1906 - )
Homestead in Holland's meadows at Holland's Brook with William Holland.
Her grand childrens' names are: Lana, Maren, Abbey, Olivia, Brooke, great-granddaughters, Quinn. Buried in St. James Cemetery, Seaforth.spouse: >Ferguson, Kenneth Reuben (*1935 - )
Halifax Alderman 1913-1914.spouse: >Beamish, Harriet (Hattie) (~1850 - 1931)