Buried 8 October 1752spouse: >Himmelman, Johann Philip (1705 - )
James wasa black Loyalist who served in the American Revolution.
Died in infancy or very young.
Moved to Pense SK in 1900, later moved to Brier Crest and then to Chilliwack. Lived on Young Road in Chilliwack.spouse: >Leslie, Jasper Charles (1845 - 1920)
Susan's obit was published in Progress Thur Nov 10, 1932 p. 5. LESLIE: The death took place on Sunday, Novamber 6, at the home of her son, David A. Leslie, of Mrs. Susan Matilda Leslie, widow of the late J. C. Leslie who died in this city twelve years ago. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon, service being held in Cooke's Presbyterian church*, the Rev. J. McTurk officiating, interment being made in the IOOF cemetery. During the service, favorite hymns of Mrs. Leslie's were sung. The pallbearers were J. Macfarlane, R. Hutcheson, R.C. Scott, J. Cartmell, T. Batty and W. Dale. The late Mrs. Leslie was born in 1847 at Laurencetown**, Halifax county, Nova Scotia. In 1900, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie moved to Saskatchewan, taking up land near Pense and later moving to Brier Crest, and from there to Chilliwack, living for nine years on Young road north. Of a quiet, retiring nature, Mrs. Leslie's chief interests were her church and her home, her association with the latter in this city being with Cooke's Presbyterian. Mrs. Leslie is survived and mourned by a family of seven, David A. of Hazel Street, Mrs. J. W. Bowman , Chilliwack; Mrs. John Young***, Stoney Beach, Sask; Archie**** of Crane Valley, Sask.; Harris of Tupper Creek, BC; Angus and Clarence, and twenty-two grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.
* Cook's Presbyterian Church, 45825 Wellington, Chilliwack, BC 604-792-2154. **corr. Lawrencetown *** remaining daughter, Ada ****Archibald, eventually moved to BC
Buried on 8 Nov 1932 at the IOOF Cemetary, Block 266 Lot 5 (husband, Jasper in lot 6). Little Mountain, off Yale Road, East on Hillcrest.