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25 Oct 1848 - Married On the 9th inst, in St. Paul's, Trinity, the Rev Bertram JONES to Emma, eldest daughter of Benjamin SWEETLAND Esq, J.P.

Note: Their marriage record shows that Rev. Jones was minister of Bonavista, but his name also appears earlier as minister at Trinity. The witnesses at the marriage were B.T. Carter and N. Sweetland.(K.R.)

TRINITY BAY MARRIAGES - St. Paul's Anglican Church Records - October 9, 1848 ? January 18, 1851

This is to certify that BERTRAM JONES, Minister of Christ Church, Bonavista, Bachelor, and EMMA SWEETLAND of Trinity, Spinster, were married at St. Paul?s Church this 9th day of October, in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-Eight by me, Todd Thos. Jones, Asst. Min. This marriage was solemnized between us ? Bertram Jones, Emma Sweetland, in the presence of us: Thos M Woods, Rector of Trinity; R Sweetland, Tryphena?  
Family F589
2 "Massachusetts, Births, 1841-1915," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 3 January 2015), 004341194 > image 1001 of 1051; Massachusetts Archives, Boston.

Surname transcribed incorrectly as Kufe on 
Keefe, Richard (I5399)
3 (WW II, Service# - 971708) Boland, Robert Patrick "Rob" (I303)
4 Nova Scotia Marriages - St. Mary's RC Basilica, Halifax, Nova Scotia - RC Marriages - 1830 - 1850 (14 December 1862) - M110 James Kelly [of] Thomas Kelly, Maria Nolan - St. John's, Newfoundland Anastasia Kelly [sic] of Edward Keefe, Magaret Rossiter - Ferryland, Newfoundland.   [Witnesses] Michael Walsh, Anna Murphy Family F1412
5 US Census information for Michael Keefe based on transcriptions.

This is an extract of information taken from the various US Censuses. Be aware that census information is often fraught with incorrect information due to a lack of knowledge of specific family details, a misunderstanding of questions asked and/or answers given. Enumerators were left to "create" their own spellings, and often had to calculate dates based on age at last birthday, etc. For these reasons, the recorded information often differs significantly from dates recorded in church registers or civil records. Remember too that these records have been transcribed, sometimes introducing additional errors due to difficulty in deciphering some of the handwriting, which varies greatly in quality and style.
1860 US Census: No entry was found for Michael.

1870 US Census: Michael, 30, a laborer, was boarding at Brighton, MA with his sister Anastasia (Kelly) and her family.

1880 US Census: Image Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T9_531; Family History Film: 1254531; Page: 206.3000; Enumeration District: 214; Image: 0413; enumerated on June 9, 1880.

Michael and his family were living at 73 Sagamore Street in Lynn, Massachusetts. He indicated that he had been born in N.F (Newfoundland) and that his father was born in Ireland, but his mother had been born in Newfoundland. His wife, Mary A., was Canadian, however her mother had been born in Ireland.

Mikel (sic) Keefe 40 head retail grocer N.F. Mary N.* Keefe 33 wife keeping house Canada Edward J. Keefe 7 son goes to school Mass. John A. Keefe 5 son goes to school Mass. Mary S. Keefe 3 dau. at home Mass. William** C. Keefe 3m son at home Mass.

* This initial is actually A, but it was transcribed as N. ** Name blurred and not transcribed, but known to be William from birth records. --------------------------------------------------------------

1890: No census material for this year, however this record gives information on Michael. Source Information: Lynn, Massachusetts Directory 1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA:, Inc., 2001. Original data: Lynn, MA, 1890. Lynn, MA, USA: Murdock & Co., 1890.

Michael J. Keefe - Occupation: grocer - Business Address: 113 Sagamore Home Address: house ditto - City: Lynn - State: Massachusetts - Year: 1890 - Image Number: 0069 ---------------------------------------------------------------------

1900 US Census: Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Lynn Ward 4, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T623 644; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 374.

Michael was living at 109 Sagamore Street in Lynn, Massachusetts with his second wife and two of his children from his first marriage. He is noted as being born in (English) Canada; his father being born in Ireland and his mother being born in (English) Canada. Michael indicated that he had come to the US in 1857. His second wife, Mary, had entered the US in 1874. She indicated that she had been born in (English) Canada as were her parents. It doesn't appear that Michael had any children from this marriage, however Mary indicated that she had had three children, one of whom had died.

Michael J. Keefe 62 Head Oct 1837 Canada (Eng) Dealer Groceries Mary Keefe 57 Wife Apr 1843 Canada (Eng) William C. Keefe 26* Son Mar 1880 Massachusetts Grocer (* age should read 20) Margaret A. 13 Dau. Mar 1887 Massachusetts At School ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

1910 US Census: Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Lynn Ward 4, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T624_585; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 382; Image: 62; enumerated May 10, 1910.

Michael was living at 109 Sagamore Street in Lynn, Massachusetts with his second wife and two of his children from his first marriage. He is noted as being born in (English) Canada; his father being born in Ireland and his mother being born in (English) Canada. Michael indicated that he had come to the US in 1857. In this census his second wife, Mary, indicated that she had entered the US in 1878. The census also indicated that the mother of the children (first marriage) was from Canada (French).

Michael J Keefe 71 Head Canada (English) Retail Merchant - Groceries Mary Keefe 64 Wife Canada (English) William C Keefe 30 Son Massachusetts Salesman - Groceries Margaret Keefe 23 Daughter Massachusetts ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1920 US Census: Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Lynn Ward 4, Essex, Massachusetts; Roll: T625_694; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 159; Image: 199, enumerated on Januray 2, 1920.

Michael, now a widower, was living at 109 Sagamore Street, along with his unmarried son, William. William had taken over the grocery business from his father. It is stated that Michael had come to the US in 1867 and become a naturalized citizen in 1872. Michael reaffirmed that his father had been born in Ireland and his mother in Newfoundland. William said his father was born in Newfoundland and his mother was born in Canada (English)

Michael Keefe 82 Head Newfoundland William Keefe 39 Son Massachusetts Salesman Grocery Store

Michael's son Edward and his family were also living in part of the same house. 
Keefe, Michael Joseph (I985)
6 A headstone in Aquaforte RC Cemetery says he died in 10 May 1872, howver the baptism records show a child was born to him in 1874. Condon, Robert (I1673)
7 Edward Keefe, a planter and male head of the household, is listed in Lovell's Directory for that year. Keefe, Edward (I987)
8 Immigration records show that Miss Alice Reddigan (20) and Miss C. Reddigan (18) were listed on the manifest of the SS Silva departing from St. John's on Nov. 14, 1903 for Halifax, NS and New York, NY. However on the manifest indicates that their final destination was Halifax, not New York.

Reddigan family folklore related by the late Tom Reddigan indicates that his Aunt Alice and cousin Catherine Frances went to the US at the same time. This information appears to match the 1903 immigration record information. However, in the 1910 US Census, Catherine's immigration year is recorded as 1907. In searching the immigration records for that year, there is also a record for a Kate Reddigan who arrived in New York, via Halifax, on May 15, 1907. However, there is insufficient information to determine whether this individual was Catherine Frances Reddigan of Caplin Bay or Catherine Reddigan of St. John's. At that point in time, some of the St. John's Reardigan family still used the Reddigan spelling of the surname. 
Reddigan, Catherine Frances "Kate" (I437)
9 It is not clear if Edward's place of birth, just given as Waterford, refers to the county or Waterford City itself. Keefe, Edward (I987)
10 Married William Harris. He applied for permission to marry her from Anglican Church in 1811. They had five or more daughters and one son William. Daughter Elizabeth m Thomas Comerford, Patrick Coleman married Sarah Harris, John Hand married Mary Harris. Family relocated to St. Johns in 1830s.
William Harris was a home builder.
Saunders, Catherine (I4271)
11 St. Charles Borromeo Cemetery - Headstone HAGEN THOMAS JOSEPH - JUNE 28, 1946 67YRS S 174 Hagan, Thomas Joseph (I5343)
12 Supreme Court Records: October 14, 1833 - Benjamin Sweetland, Deputy Sheriff.  Sweetland, Benjamin (I1017)
13 The various surname spellings, Memo(e), Memmo,etc. in the United States records are likely phonetic renderings of the French Canadian surname Mimeau(x). Memmo, Jessica L. (I6044)
14 "A dispatch in yesterday's News from Ferryland states that Ben, the little three year son of Mr. Richard COSTELLO, was drowned at Caplin Bay on Sunday morning. With his Brother Dick, aged six, he was playing on the ice above the gut bridge and fell into the water. Being missed after a time friends started to search for them, and Dick was found in the landwash insensible. After a time he was brought back to life, but no sign of Ben's body has yet been found though neighbors are using every effort to discover the little fellow's remains."

The newspaper got the ages reversed.Ben (Shannahan) Costello (Dick's half brother) was actually six years old in January of 1904, and Dick was three years old at the time of this tragedy. No death record was found for Ben in the Newfoundland Vital Statistics, suggesting that his body was probably never recovered. 
Shannahan, Benedict "Ben" (I4532)
15 "Deceased 1/14/44" is written across WWII Registration Card. Coyle, Edward John (I6101)
16 "Martin (Culleton) survived and grew up to marry Ellen Cain in 1836. It was a large wedding with great doings, dancing and firing guns all night.  (Taken from Robert Carter's Diary)".  Cain, Ellen (I4546)
17 "Royal Gazette" St John's newspaper articles of the Ferryland District Early 1800's August 4, 1827 Shallow, Richard Petitioned for a grant of land in Fermeuse, Clear’s Cove. Shallow, Richard (I4976)
18 #2496, Nfld. Overseas Forestry Unit WW II. Clowe, Edward L. (I3761)
19 #3073 - Private - Royal NFLD Regiment - WW I. O'Toole, John Allan "Allan" (I130)
20 #3468 - Private - Royal Newfoundland Regiment - WW I. Ryan, Michael J. "Mike" (I417)
21 #4610 - Private - Royal Newfoundland Regiment - WW I. O'Toole, Francis Condon "Frank" (I129)
22 #5390 - Private - Royal Nfld. Regiment - WW I Hayden, John (I742)
23 #8352 Private - Newfoundland Forestry Corps - WWI Meaney, Basil Michael Joseph (I214)
24 1800 Census - Brigus South Robert Jordan Mary Jordan
James 14 John 12 Maurice 10 Robert 2 Joan 18 Margaret 16 Catharine 8 Elizabeth 6 
Jordan, Robert (I4525)
25 1864-1865 Hutchinson's Directory - St. John's: Aspell, James planter Aspell, Capt. James (I5977)
26 1876/01/11 Walsh Richard Aylward Mary Richard Brien Anne RiceM.A. Clancy Cape Broyle Family F978
27 1877 ROCHFORT Business Directory - St. John's City District MORRY Benj. S., Collins block, Duckworth st Morry, Benjamin Sweetland (I966)
28 1880 United States Federal Census Name: Marie HALL Age: 49 Estimated birth year: <1831> Birthplace: NEW FOUNDLAND Relationship to head-of-household: Daughter Home in 1880: Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York Marital status: Widowed Race: White Gender: Female Father's name: Ben. SWEETLAND Father's birthplace: ENG Mother's birthplace: ENG Sweetland, Maria Selina (I1019)
29 1880 United States Federal Census Name:Ben. SWEETLAND Age: 89 Estimated birth year:<1791> Birthplace: NEW FOUNDLAND Relationship to head-of-household: Self
Home in 1880:Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York Marital status:Widower Race:White Gender: Male Father's birthplace: ENG Mother's birthplace:ENG 
Sweetland, Benjamin (I1017)
30 1894 McAlpines Directory - St. John's JOHNSTON, Jacob stonecutter h 28 Hagarty's Lane

Devine and Omaras - 1897 St. John's City Directory JOHNSTON JACOB CARPENTER 115 CIRCULAR RD

McALPINE'S 1898 Directory - City of St. John's District - St. John's Pages 248 - 261 Johnson, Mrs. Eliza, widow, h 114 Circular Road Johnson, Jacob, joiner, h 114 Circular Road

McAlpine's 1904 Directory - City of St. John's District - Listed by Street Address - Circular Road runs from King's Bridge to Allendale JOHNSON Jacob carpenter h 115 Circular Road

McAlpine 1913 City Directory - City of St. John's Johnstone Jacob S carpenter h 115 Circular Rd

1921 Census - St John's East - Pages 250 - 275 (Circular Road) Jacob JOHNSTON M Head Married 1871 June 50 Ferryland Susan JOHNSTON F Wife Married 1872 Nov 48 St Johns James H JOHNSTON M Son Single 1902 Mar 19 St Johns Florence JOHNSTON F Daughter Single 1905 Aug 16 St Johns Alexander JOHNSTON M Son Single 1908 Sept 13 St Johns Cecil JOHNSTON M Son Single 1910 Dec 10 St Johns Muriel JOHNSTON F Daughter Single 1912 July 9 St Johns

Stonepic Headstone Database: NF057 : STJ35 JOHNSTON, Jacob (1936) - 2 photos

NL Family History Cemetery Transcriptions - Forest Road Anglican Cemetery /ERECTED BY HIS WIFE/ IN/LOVING MEMORY OF/ JACOB JOHNSTON/ DIED SEPT 21ST 1936/ AGED 67 YEARS/ UNTIL THE DAY DAWNS/ 
Johnston, Jacob Samuel (I3560)
31 1898 Voters List- Victoria City; British Columbia - Swain, John, Brick Row, Sapperton, Carpenter, NWC Swain, John Joseph, Fire Hall, north side Pandora St, Carpenter. Swain, John Joseph "Jeffers" (I1561)
32 1900 U.S. Census Connecticut - Hartford - Other Townships - ED# 121 - Page 26 - Household of Richard and Jane Reddygan (sic) - Meadow Street

Richard Reddygan - Head - May 1835 - 64 - marr. 33 yrs. - b. Nfld - entered U.S. in 1891 - day laborer.
Jane - Wife - June 1845 - 54 - marr. 33 yrs. - b. Nfld - entered U.S. in 1891 - day laborer
John J. Welch Boarder - Apr 1872 - 28 - b. Nfld - entered the U.S. in 1892 - laborer
Ellen (Welch?) Boarder - Nov 1877 - 22 - b. Nfld - entered U.S. in 1898

Richard said his father was born in Ireland and his mother was born in Newfoundland; Jane said both of her parents were born in Newfoundland. The census also confirms that they never had any children. The census states that Richard had not worked for 3 months and Jane for 6 months, so it would appear that the boarders were their only source of income at that time.

The two boarders (John and Ellen) are noted as both being married, we assume to each other, although the census doesn't specifically state that information. In the 1910 Census, there is a Walsh family, living in Bristol, which appears to match this couple. By this time they had two children, a boy and a girl. A sister-in-law, Marie O'Toole (single and 33) and a niece, Elizabeth Devereaux (single and 23), were also living with John and his family. This verifies that Ellen's maiden name was O'Toole. Research by Enid O'Brien verifies that John Walsh was from Cape Broyle and was married to Ellen O'Toole from Caplin Bay. His sister, Mary Joseph Walsh, was married to James Devereaux of Ferryland. Elizabeth Devereaux appears to be their daughter, born in June 1885. She eventually joined the convent (Sisters of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut), and died there on October 18, 1920.  
Family F245
33 1900 U.S. Census: Connecticut - Hartford - Other Townships - ED# 122 - Page 15 Household of John and Mary E. Johnston - North Main Street

John Johnston - Head - Feb 1866 - 34 - marr. 10 yrs. - b. Nfld - entered U.S. in 1889 - Laborer(clocks)
Mary E. Johnston - Wife - Feb 1866 - 34 - marr. 10 yrs. - b. Nfld - entered U.S. in 1888
Robert Johnston - Son - Oct 1889 - 10 - b. Connecticut
Donald Johnston - Son - Feb 1895 - 5 - b. Connecticut

John said his father was born in Scotland and his mother was born in Ireland; Mary E. said both of her parents were born in Newfoundland. The census also indicated that they had had a total of four children, two surviving, at that time. They were next door neighbours of John J. and Bridget Foley from Newfoundland. (This appears to be John J. Foley and Bridget Rossiter from Caplin Bay)  
Johnston, John Thomas (I301)
34 1900 Voter's List - Cape Broyle Coady, John Cape Broyle " 1900

McAlpine's 1904 Directory Ferryland District CAPE BROYLE COADY John fisherman

St. John's Daily News - September 23, 1907 John Coady of Cape Broyle, who has been working all summer in the whale factory at Cape Charles, arrived by the Portia Saturday morning. During the passage up, he became insane, and was very violent at times. He was taken to the Police Station yesterday, and will be examined by a Doctor today. 
Coady, John (I2871)
35 1901 Census - Victoria City, British Colombia - 37 Fort St. - 06/34/15 Swain, John, m, head, m, 7 Apr 1854, 43, NF, to Can: 1889, RC, Farmer.

1901 Census - Victoria City, British Colombia - 37 Fort St. - 06/34/16 Swain, Lizzie, f, wife, m, 15 Jun 1874, 26, BC, RC.

1901 Census - Victoria City, British Colombia - 37 Fort St. - 06/34/17 Swain, Clifford, m, son, s, 29 Jun 1900, -, BC, RC. ??Rems: BRI: Dob entered as 29 Nov 1900. The census lists month as Jun.

The confusion over John's birth date and age continued into the transcribed copy of Victoria City 1901 Census records. It shows that John was born 17 Apr 1854. I looked at the original census page, and it clearly states that John was born on 7 April 1854. However, the age is shown as 43, which doesn't make sense. That would compute to a birth year of 1857/1858, not 1854. I am lead to conclude that he was likely born on April 7 1859, since his sister, Margaret, was baptised in July 1858.

It is also interesting to note that John said his "Racial or Tribal Origin" was Irish. This lends support to family lore that Robert Swain (his grandfather) was from Ireland. John's wife, Lizzie, gave her origin as German. Their son Clifford's origin is also given as Irish, indicating that the enumerator was using the paternal line as the origin noted in the census. 
Family F538
36 1902, Feb 13 Hagan, Thomas Joseph Hagan, James Fitzgerald, Louisa Thomas Hagan & Mary Hart John Walshe 1900, July 26 Hagan, Peter Hagan, Joe Powels, Louisa Ed Hart & Bridget Bowers John Walshe 1904, Apr 15 Hagan, Alphonsus Hagan, Joe Fitzgerald, Louisa James Dutton & Mary Reddy John Walshe 1905, July 23 Hagan, Michael Joseph Hagan, Joe Fitzgerald, Susan John Shaughnessy & Kate O'Neill John Walshe

July 30, 1907 Hagan, Anne Joseph Ignatius Hagan, Joe Fitzgerald, Louisa James Carey, Kate Dutton John Walshe May 25, 1909 Hagan, Edward Morris Hagan, Joe Fitzgerald, Louisa Nicholas Walsh, Sarah Hagan John Walshe 
Hagan, Joseph (I1433)
37 1907 Newspaper Look-ups from The St. John's Daily News

BOWDREN - At Bell Island, Sept. 26th, after a long illness, borne with Christian resignation to the Devine Will, Margaret Ann, beloved wife of Medelph BOWDREN, and daughter of Catherine and Constable Thomas GREENE, aged 24 years. A husband, father and mother, four brothers and sisters are left to mourn their loss. - R. I. P.

Margaret Ann, wife of Mr. Medelph BOWDREN and daughter of Constable GREENE, died at Bell Island, Sept. 26th, after a tedious illness. Deceased was only 24 years old, and expired at the day and hour of the first anniversary of her wedding. Deceased was a general favorite, and much sympathy is expressed at her early demise. 
Greene, Margaret Ann (I5066)
38 1908 Voter's List - Cape Broyle Morrissey, James Admiral's Cv 1908 Morrissey, James (I2969)
39 1908 Voter's List - Cape Broyle Morrissey, John, of James Admiral's Cv. --------------------------------------------------------

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Registration Location: Bristol and Newport County, Rhode Island; Roll: 1852213; Draft Board: 0. Name: John Joseph Morrissey - City: Not Stated - County: Bristol and Newport State: Rhode Island - Birth Date: 25 Apr 1877 Race: White - Roll: 1852213 --------------------------------------------------------- Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island; Roll: T625_1671; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 40; Image: 3.

John J Morrissey - Home in 1920: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island - Age: 42 years Estimated birth year: abt 1878 - Birthplace: Canada - Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's name: Bridget - Father's Birth Place: Canada - Mother's Birth Place: Canada Marital Status: Married - Race: White - Sex: Male - Home owned: Own Year of Immigration: 1910 - Able to read: Yes - Able to Write: Yes

Household Members: Name Age John J Morrissey 42 Bridget Morrissey 36 James Morrissey 15 Helena M Morrissey 9 John T Morrissey 8 Genevieve M Morrissey 4 Christopher J Morrissey 2 4/12 ------------------------------------------------------------- Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island; Roll: 2169; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 557.0.

John J Morrissey - Home in 1930: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island - Age: 53 Estimated birth year: abt 1877 - Birthplace: Newfoundland - Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's name: Bridget - Race: White

Household Members: Name Age John J Morrissey 53 Bridget Morrissey 44 Genevive M Morrissey 14 Christopher Morrissey 12

Tiverton, Portsmouth, Middletown and Little Compton Directory 1935 - Page 175 Little Compton, RI Morrissey John J (Bridget) gardener h Sakonnet Pt 
Morrissey, John Joseph (I3006)
40 1908 Voter's List - Cape Broyle Morrissey, Thomas Admiral's Cv 1908 Morrissey, Denis Admiral's Cv 1908 Morrissey, John, of Thomas Admiral's Cv 1908 Morrissey, Thomas (I2977)
41 1908 Voter's List - Caplin Bay (Calvert) - Ferryland District 1022 Clancy, James - Caplin Bay 1908. Clancy, James "Jim" (I408)
42 1910 United States Federal Census Record Home in 1910: Providence Ward 10, Providence, Rhode Island

Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Providence Ward 10, Providence, Rhode Island; Roll: T624_1445; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 269; Image: 465. 
Condon, Peter (I3331)
43 1911 Census - Nova Scotia - Colchester (County) Truro Enum # 28 - Page 19 - Line 48 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Line 48 Household 165 - Maney, Nellie F Boarder S 22

Household 165 was the home of an old retired couple, Mr. (age 80) & Mrs. (age 73) Fletcher. There is no birth date information recorded for Nellie, but her age is given as 22. I got the impression that Nellie probably wasn't present when the census information was enumerated.The blurred original indicates she was employed as a spinner at a woolen mill. Her place of birth is given as N.S., not Newfoundland. Nellie is shown as being Roman Catholic (The Fletcher's were Presbyterians) and all are recorded as Canadian, of Irish origin.

Nova Scotia Marriage Register - Registration Year: 1912 - Book: 1808 - Page: 23 - Number: 128 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sept. 11 1912 - Truro RC: Charles Albert - 22 B[achelor] - merchant - Truro - b. Damascus, Syria [parents] - Abraham (farmer) & Mary married Ellen Meany - 23 S[pinster] - Truro - b. St. John's, Nfld [parents] Thomas (schoolteacher) & Mary. Witnesses: A.D. Farrah? and Selina Boucher? [Priest] Rev. Edward Kennedy.

Colchester Historical Society - Museum and Archives ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ELLEN J. ALBERT Birth date (yyyymmdd) : 18850000 Death date (yyyymmdd) : 19610000 Age : Buried in : ROBIE STREET CEME; TRURO Cemetery # : 94 Marker Number : P-4#40 Number of People : 1 Book Number : 88.16a 
Meaney, Ellen Joseph (I211)
44 1911 Census of Canada
In the 1911 Canadian census, John and his son Clifford are shown as lodgers with a family named Redpath. Again John's age has changed, with his birth date given as Apr. 1864 and his age as 49, which still again doesn't calculate properly. John's occupation is given as carpenter.

Swain Clifford M Lodger S Nov 1900 11
Swain John M Lodger W Apr 1864 49 
Family F538
45 1913-2000. Passed quietly away at The Agnes Pratt Home on March 15, 2000, Dorothy Morrissey. Predeceased by husband Samuel, 1998; sisters: Catherine Peddigrew, Agnes Boland; brother Bert; brothers-in-law: Bill and Pat; sister-in-law Bride Demyonvich; son-in-law Fred Best. Leaving to mourn daughter Linda Best; grandson Keith (fiancee Jennifer Philpott and Zachery); granddaughter Dawn (fiance Jason Follett); sister Bridget Molloy, St. John
s; sisters-in-law: Mary Conway, Colliers, Annie Baker and Mag Bremer (Fred), Utah, Rita Matthers and Alice Tucker (Jack), BC, Ann Morrissey, SC; nieces, nephews, friends. At her request, cremation has taken place with no visitation. Funeral Service on Thursday, March 16th at 2 p.m. from Caul
s Chapel. Donations in her memory may be made to Agnes Pratt Home. 
Brynildsen, Dorothy (I5232)
46 1917 Events of the Year from The St. John's Daily News - August. 20 - Miss Elsie May VAVASOUR Vavasour, Elsie May (I4853)
47 1920 U.S. Census • Massachusetts • Worcester • Millville • ED# 157- Page 18A

There is a Henry Williams from Newfoundland shown on this page of the 1920 U.S. Census. He is living with his sister Elizabeth and her husband James Powell, and family. The ages of Henry and Elizabeth closely match children of the same name born to Martin Williams and Mary Noonan of Ferryland. James Powell's age matches very closely with a James Joseph Powells, son of William Powells and Teresa Brien, who was born at Ferryland in Mar. 1876. They are living at what appears to be 327 Rochael Avenue in Millville, MA. Henry is listed as a bootmaker at the Rubber Mill and it appears he is a widower. Henry indicated that he entered the U.S. in 1901.

I could not locate his children in the 1920 Census.

Date of Death provided by Dianne Butz. 
Williams, Henry (I1388)
48 1920 U.S. Census • New Jersey • Union • Rahway • ED# 142 - 16 Commerce St Stephenson, Susie S. (I58)
49 1921 Census St. John's West NIKOSEY, John M head married 1879, Aug 42 Beyrouth Syria NIKOSEY, Catherine F wife " 1882, Feb 39 Mt. Lebanon NIKOSEY, Mary F dau. single 1901, May 20 Brazil NIKOSEY, Jean F dau. " 1914, Aug 7 Bell Island NIKOSEY, Simon M son " 1916, May 5 " NIKOSEY, Gerald M son single 1919, Feb 2 Bell Island Nikosey, Mary (I4870)
50 1921 Census - St John's East - Pages 330-350: Fleming St.

Thomas HEALY M Head Married 1874 Dec 46 Ferryland Eleanor HEALY F Wife Married 1891 Oct 29 Hr Grace Jas? T? Iris? HEALY M Son Single 1921 Jan 9ms St Johns 
Healey, Thomas Joseph (I1126)

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