Removed to Saskatchewan
Settled in Milford, Hants Co.,
James and Ida operated teh Goffs Post office for many years.spouse: >Patterson, Ida (*1900 - )
John remained on the family homestead and married 3 times. He had four children. One son and daughter left the area. Bridget and Mary Jane remained.spouse: >
Richard and brother John operated the first grist mill on Curran Brook, later they turned it into a saw mill andoerated the first up and down saw in NS.spouse: >?, Jane (*1829 - )
Obituary (not dated): Andrew Leslie, well known resident of Seaforth, died Sunday morning at his home. The deceased was 83 years of age. Surviving are three sons and one daughter, Gibson and Maynard, of Seaforth, Nathan of Three Fathom Harbour, and Clara at home. The funeral will be held on Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock, interment being at Seaforth.spouse: >Gaetz, Jane (*1852 - )
Still unsure if this Andrew is the same for these descendants. As there is no mention of any other descendants from any other Andrew, the assumption that they are the same person is strong.
Worked as a fisherman until 1938. Informant of his death was W. L. Priestman, or Lantzville, BC (no relationship). Angus wa buried on 8 Feb 1939 at Nanaimo BC.
Archibauld's children have been reported to be in Pense, Sask and Portland Oregan.
Land grant in Saskatchewan, south of Regina, Part NW, Section 10, Township 17, Range 23, Meridian WE. Ref. Liber 218, Folio, 95; File reel number, C-6105.spouse: >Taylor, Hannah (1884 - 1965)
Cremated on June 22, 1953 at Vancouver Cremetorium, 41st and Fraser, Vancouver, BC.
Not sure if these are Bertha's parents. Her father is a William H Leslie and mother Mary McHugh.spouse: >Dullea, Timothy Joseph (1888 - )
Time of birth: 9:47 am.
Lived 40 years on the Magdalene Islandsspouse: >Geddes, Esther (1853 - 1923)
Moved to Pense SK, at age 29. Land grant in Saskatchewan, south of Regina, Part NE, Section 10, Township 17, Range 23, Meridian WE. Ref. Liber 203, Folio, 287; File reel number, C-6094. Possibly (story told my Sidney Crowell), advertised for wife and Sarah Ann Taylor, arrived from England in 1907 to become David's wife. Sidney Crowell was a witness to the wedding. In 1911 (Davids death certificate)1916 (Susan's death certificate) they moved to Chilliwack, BC where his parents had settled in 1911. There he worked as a farmer until 1937 at which time he worked as a carpenter for 3 years. His death certificate lists his trade as a carpenter-contractor until 1944 and had worked at this trade for 45 years. At the time of his mother's death in 1939, he lived at Hazel Street in Chilliwack. His mother, Susan, died at his home. In 1943 he and his wife moved to White Rock, BC.spouse: >Taylor, Sarah (Sadie) Ann (1874 - 1955)
At the time of his death, he was living at White Rock Nursing Home with his wife, Sarah. Sarah then moved to Scenic View Nursing Home where she died seven months later. He was buried in Surrey, BC Sunnyside Lawn #14850-28th Ave. Maple Plot 150. David Albert Leslie, born: NS, passed away, Jan 9, 1955 (age 83) in White Rock BC, buried, Jan 12, 1955.
Story was that Sarah was brought from England after David advertised for a wife. Sidney Crowell was a witness at the wedding. Story from Vernon Crowell, son of Sidney.
Had four children.spouse: >Palmer, ? (*1944 - )
Douglas is not mentioned in his mother's obit.
Worked in the Housekeeping Dept at the AJ Lane Bldg and CHVMB for over 25 years.
Elizabeth + Stephen King had 4 children.spouse: >King, Stephen C. (1859 - )
Lost his house in Seaforth due to large hospital bills.spouse: >Crowell, Laura Mae (1899 - 1995)
Esson and Ada Leslie's Godson was Leander Charles Leslie, son of Gibson Thomas and Annie Maude Leslie.-Anglican Church, Porter's Lake, Rect. office, Baptisms + burials.spouse: >Crowell, Ada M. (1890 - 1950)