The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Peter Ecker and Maria Elizabeth Rickert




Husband Peter Ecker 1

           Born: Abt 1735 - <Schoharie>, Albany (Schoharie), New York, (United States)
     Christened: Abt 1735 - Schoharie Lutheran, Schoharie, Albany (Schoharie), New York, (United States)
           Died: 5 Mar 1775
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 10 Jan 1751 - Schoharie Lutheran, Schoharie, Albany (Schoharie), New York, (United States)



Wife Maria Elizabeth Rickert 2

           Born: 20 Jul 1734 - <Schoharie>, Albany (Schoharie), New York, (United States)
     Christened: Abt 1734 - Schoharie Lutheran, Schoharie, Albany (Schoharie), New York, (United States)
           Died: 21 Mar 1795 - Fort Plain, Montgomery, New York, United States
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Katarina Ecker 3 4

            AKA: Catherine Ecker
           Born: 13 Mar 1761 - Schoharie, Albany (Schoharie), New York, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: 15 Feb 1820 - Osnabruck, Stormont, Eastern District (Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry), Ontario, Canada
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Frederick Shaeffer (U.E.L.) (1760-1818) 5 6 7
           Marr: 11 Oct 1786 - (Williamsburgh Twp, Dundas), Lunenburg District (Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry), Quebec (Ontario), Canada





Benjamin A. Paupst and Marion "Mamie" W. Edison




Husband Benjamin A. Paupst 8 9

            AKA: Benjamin A. Papst
           Born: 12 May 1877 - Thamesville, Kent, Ontario, Canada
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Sep 1911 - Bayham Twp, Elgin, Ontario, Canada
         Buried:  - St. Luke's Anglican Cemetery, Bayham, Elgin, Ontario, Canada


         Father: Benjamin Poapst (1831-1901) 10 11
         Mother: Martha Ault (1835-1907) 12


       Marriage: 4 Dec 1899 - Tillsonburg, Oxford, Ontario, Canada



Wife Marion "Mamie" W. Edison 13 14

           Born: 7 Mar 1879
     Christened: 
           Died: 1951 - Bayham Twp, Elgin, Ontario, Canada
         Buried:  - St. Luke's Anglican Cemetery, Bayham, Elgin, Ontario, Canada


Children

Burial Notes: Husband - Benjamin A. Paupst

From St. Luke's Anglican Cemetery
6550 Plank Road, Bayham, ON
Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada
Gravestone Inscriptions
(http://www.elginogs.ca/cemeteries/bayham/stluke.htm)

365. Black granite on white.
west - Mahlon B. EDISON/ 1828 - 1911/ Sarah E. EDISON/ 1835 - 192l/ EDISON
east - Ben. A. PAUPST/ 1877 - 1911/ Marcellite PAUPST/ 1900 - 1909/ Marion PAUPST COATSWORTH/ 1879 - 1951/ AM & G Co. Simcoe


Burial Notes: Wife - Marion "Mamie" W. Edison

From St. Luke's Anglican Cemetery
6550 Plank Road, Bayham, ON
Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada
Gravestone Inscriptions
(http://www.elginogs.ca/cemeteries/bayham/stluke.htm)

365. Black granite on white.
west - Mahlon B. EDISON/ 1828 - 1911/ Sarah E. EDISON/ 1835 - 192l/ EDISON
east - Ben. A. PAUPST/ 1877 - 1911/ Marcellite PAUPST/ 1900 - 1909/ Marion PAUPST COATSWORTH/ 1879 - 1951/ AM & G Co. Simcoe


James Kirk and Mary Agnes Edmiston




Husband James Kirk 15

           Born: Abt 1720 - Ballymoney, County Antrim, (Northern) Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 May 1783 - <Augusta, Virginia, United States>
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1750 - Ballymoney, County Antrim, (Northern) Ireland

   Other Spouse: Jean < > (Abt 1730-      ) 16 - After 1773

Events

• Emigrated: from Ireland to America, Abt 1749, Augusta Co., Virginia, (United States).




Wife Mary Agnes Edmiston 15 17 18

            AKA: Agnes Edminson, Agnes Edmiston, Agness Edmiston
           Born: 1733 - Ballymoney, County Antrim, (Northern) Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: 1773 - Fairfax, Augusta Co., Virginia, (United States)
         Buried: 


Children

Death Notes: Husband - James Kirk

May have died in Northern Ireland.


Research Notes: Husband - James Kirk

Apparently, there were two men named James Kirk who lived around the same time. Both settled in Virginia. One or more of their sons had the same given name. One James Kirk immigrated to Virginia in 1773. The other may have immigrated as early as 1749. The latter is probably the James Kirk referenced below.

From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=allenjkirk&id=I12214 :

"In July 1774 James Kirk is recorded as being a member of the First Committee of Public Safety in Virginia, a body chaired by George Washington and which did much to influence the course of Virginia prior to the Battle of Lexington. Later he was appointed to the Committee of Correspondence, a unit in the Committee of Public Safety. Today he is accepted as a Patriot."

James Kirk the patriot may have been married to Mary Agnes (Agness) Edmiston, then, after Agness' death, to Jean ________. This James may have come to America as early as 1749, when the name "James Kirk" appears in Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol. 3, p. 273 purchasing 400 acres from James Bell and Rachel.

The other James Kirk (possibly the father of "our" Robert, and possibly also of John, Alexander and Matthew) may have never come to America, dying in Northern Ireland. His son James, Jr. may have remained in Ireland as well.

Because the Kirk name appears so frequently in Virginia court records, along with the names of spouses, it is difficult to determine which man was the father of Robert Kirk, ancestor of Carol Jean (Kirk) Fish.

Chronology of Kirk family members named in Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Vol. 3:
1749 - James Kirk
1752 - James Kirk
1759 - James Kirk
1763 - John Kirk
1765 - John Kirk
1766 - John Kirk
1767 - John Kirk (Kerk)
1767 - James Kirk and Agness, son Alexander Kirk
1770 - James Kirk
1770 - John Kirk
1771 - John Kirk and Margret
1771 - Alexander Kirk, father James Kirk
1775 - John Kirk, Alex. Kirk
1776 - James Kirk
1780 - James Kerk, John and Alex. Kirk
1780 - Margaret Kirk
1780 - John Kirk
1783 - James Kirk, son Alexander, son John, daughter Martha, son Robert, wife Jean, son James, son George
1783 - James Kirk
1790 - Mathew Edmiston, son James, son William, son David, grandson Mathew Kork, daughter Mary Kirk, granddaughter, Margaret Jones, grandson Matha Edmonson Magill, daughter Ann Jones, daughter Jean Magill; John Kirk, Jean Kirk, Jno. Kirk
1791 - George Kirk, son of James Kirk, deceased; John and Jean Kirk
1791 - James Kirk, son of James Kirk; John Kirk
1795 - John Kirk
1801 - John Kirk, wife Mary Ann Kirk, daughter Rachel, daughter Jane, [married] daughter Agnes Bratton, son James, son John, son William, [married] daughter Rachel Cunningham
1808 - Mary Ann Kirk, [married] daughter Rachel Cunningham, daughter Jane Kirk (unmarried), son James, son John, son William, (daughter?) Agnes Bratton
1811 - Capt. Robert Kirk, wife Martha Moffett, daughter Sally, son George 15



Research Notes: Wife - Mary Agnes Edmiston

May have been James Kirk's second wife.

Confusion in sources about her name, dates, marriage date, and children. 15 17 18


Notes: Marriage

May have been married about 1757 in Augusta Co., Virginia. That date, however, would make it impossible for her to be the mother of children born before that time.


Captain James Kirk and Mary Agnes Edmiston




Husband Captain James Kirk 19 20

           Born: Abt 1720 - Ballymoney, County Antrim, (Northern) Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 May 1783 - Fairfax, Augusta, Virginia, United States
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 1750 - Antrim, (Northern) Ireland

Events

• Arrival in America: 1778.




Wife Mary Agnes Edmiston 21

           Born: 1733 - Antrim, (Northern) Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: 1774 - Fairfax Co., Virginia, (United States)
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Alexander Kirk 22

           Born: 1747
     Christened: 
           Died: 1849
         Buried: 



2 M John Kirk 19 23

           Born: 1751 - <Ballymoney>, County Antrim, (Northern) Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: 15 Oct 1822 - Murfreesboro, Rutherford Tennessee, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mary Eleanor Montgomery (1762-1827) 19 24
           Marr: After 1772 - South Carolina, (United States)



3 M Robert Kirk 15 25

           Born: Abt 1756 - <Ballymoney>, County Antrim, North Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 22 Mar 1843 - <Camden District>, Lancaster Co., South Carolina, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: <Agnes> <Montgomery> (Abt 1765-Bef 1840) 15
           Marr: Abt 1783 - (Lancaster), South Carolina, United States



4 M James Travis Kirk 19 26 27

            AKA: James Kirk Jr.
           Born: 23 Mar 1759 - Stafford, Virginia, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Jan 1857 - Lebanon, Marion, Kentucky, United States
         Buried:  - Farmer's field, Lebanon, Marion, Kentucky, United States
         Spouse: Annie Horton (1762-1838) 28
           Marr: 1788 - Stafford, Virginia, United States



5 M Matthew Kirk 29 30 31 32

            AKA: Mathew Kirk, Mathew Kirk Sr.
           Born: Abt 1760 - <Ballymoney>, County Antrim, (Northern) Ireland
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Jun 1839 - Lancaster Co., South Carolina, United States
         Buried:  - Shiloh Cemetery, Lancaster, South Carolina, United States
         Spouse: Grace Johnson (1769-1858) 33 34
           Marr: 1787 - Lancaster District (Lancaster Co.), South Carolina, United States



6 M James Kirk <Jr.> 35

           Born: Abt 1770 - Virginia, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1827 - Daviess, Kentucky, United States
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jane G. Powell (Abt 1785-      ) 36
           Marr: Abt 1813 - Virginia, United States



7 M Daniel Kirk 37

           Born: Abt 1771 - Virginia, (United States)
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1850
         Buried:  - Farmer's field, Lebanon, Marion, Kentucky, United States



8 F Nancy Kirk 38

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Research Notes: Husband - Captain James Kirk

The more reliable of two RootsWeb sources I consulted 6/23/13 lists 5 children: Alexander, John, Robert, James Travis and Matthew. A separate RootsWeb source has only James Travis and Matthew but adds Daniel and Nancy. Actual children need verification.
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Around 2010 I speculated thus, but I no longer agree with myself (kjf 6/23/13):
James Kirk (possibly the father of "our" Robert, and possibly also of John, Alexander and Matthew) may have never come to America, dying in Northern Ireland. His son James, Jr. may have remained in Ireland as well.

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From http://www.telegraph-office.com/McEwen_family_history/John_Kirk_1751-1822-mirror_of_history.pdf :

John Kirk was born in County Antrim, Ireland in 1751. He was of Scottish descent.iv

Kirk is the Scottish word for church.v We inherited the word 'kirkja' from the Vikings, who plundered Scotland for centuries, finally leaving the northern most islands of Scotland in the 15th
century. Generally, anyone named Kirk in Scotland or northern England took the name because they lived by a church.

Antrim is in the present Northern Ireland. In John Kirk's time, Northern Ireland's population was principally Scottish settlers who had left Scotland looking for the freedom to practice their
Presbyterian religion and a better economic climate.

John was the son of James Kirk born about 1730 in Ireland. His mother's name is unknown.

John Kirk came to America in 1772. Younger brothers Matthew and Robert came with him.

Matthew was just 12 at the time. Their father James and a brother, also named James, remained in Ireland.vi The most careful genealogists have not been able to find a record of John's mother.

It seems strange that James Kirk would send or permit his three young boys to journey to America by themselves. Perhaps they knew someone here. Or perhaps conditions were so bad in Northern Ireland that the father wanted his sons to have a better life in spite of the hardships they would encounter.

The same conditions that forced the Scottish settlers to flee Scotland emerged in Northern Ireland, causing mass migrations of the Scots-Irish to colonial America.

John Kirk and his brothers came to Charles' Town (Charleston) South Carolina, probably with Protestant settlers brought by Rev. Wm. Martin on five ships. They settled near the current town
of Lancaster, SC.

It is told that the ship left Larne, Ireland in August, but the passengers on John's ship, possibly the "Lord Dunluce" or the "James and Mary", were not allowed to leave the ship until December because of a smallpox outbreak while in transit.

There is a record of a land grant to John Kirk from the South Carolina Colonial Council in Charles' Town. He was the only one of the brothers old enough to own land.

John married Eleanor Montgomery, daughter of Hugh Montgomery and Jane Cunningham. Their children were born in South Carolina.

John Kirk served in the American Revolution under General Thomas Sumter and was wounded. 19 20


Notes: Marriage

May have been married in Fairfax, Augusta, Virginia.


Research Notes: Child - John Kirk

From http://www.telegraph-office.com/McEwen_family_history/John_Kirk_1751-1822-mirror_of_history.pdf :

John Kirk was born in County Antrim, Ireland in 1751. He was of Scottish descent.iv

Kirk is the Scottish word for church. We inherited the word 'kirkja' from the Vikings, who plundered Scotland for centuries, finally leaving the northern most islands of Scotland in the 15th
century. Generally, anyone named Kirk in Scotland or northern England took the name because they lived by a church.

Antrim is in the present Northern Ireland. In John Kirk's time, Northern Ireland's population was principally Scottish settlers who had left Scotland looking for the freedom to practice their
Presbyterian religion and a better economic climate.

John was the son of James Kirk born about 1730 in Ireland. His mother's name is unknown.

John Kirk came to America in 1772. Younger brothers Matthew and Robert came with him.

Matthew was just 12 at the time. Their father James and a brother, also named James, remained in Ireland.vi The most careful genealogists have not been able to find a record of John's mother.

It seems strange that James Kirk would send or permit his three young boys to journey to America by themselves. Perhaps they knew someone here. Or perhaps conditions were so bad in Northern Ireland that the father wanted his sons to have a better life in spite of the hardships they would encounter.

The same conditions that forced the Scottish settlers to flee Scotland emerged in Northern Ireland, causing mass migrations of the Scots-Irish to colonial America.

John Kirk and his brothers came to Charles' Town (Charleston) South Carolina, probably with Protestant settlers brought by Rev. Wm. Martin on five ships. They settled near the current town
of Lancaster, SC.

It is told that the ship left Larne, Ireland in August, but the passengers on John's ship, possibly the "Lord Dunluce" or the "James and Mary", were not allowed to leave the ship until December because of a smallpox outbreak while in transit.

There is a record of a land grant to John Kirk from the South Carolina Colonial Council in Charles' Town. He was the only one of the brothers old enough to own land.

John married Eleanor Montgomery, daughter of Hugh Montgomery and Jane Cunningham. Their children were born in South Carolina.

John Kirk served in the American Revolution under General Thomas Sumter and was wounded.

Not all colonists were pro-revolution, as popular history would have us believe. Significant numbers were "Loyalists", adding and abetting the British or serving in their Army. Not so for John Kirk and his fellow Scots and Scots-Irish.

It is not surprising that John served because of the well-founded hatred that the Scots and Scots-Irish had for the English. Even the English officials in America treated them badly, most often forcing them to the frontier to act as a buffer between Indians and the English settlers.

George Washington said the if it looked like he had lost the war, he would retreat to a Scots-Irish enclave in Virginia and fight to the last man.vii

John and Eleanor moved from South Carolina to Rutherford County, Tennessee, around 1804, when he received a land grant for his military service. Some of Eleanaor's brothers, the Montgomerys, came with the Kirks. Brothers Robert and Matthew Kirk remained in South Carolina.

John Kirk mentioned seven children (the census shows nine children) in his will including Agnes Kirk McEwen; Agnes was the wife of James McEwen III, also of Rutherford County, Tennessee. Agnes Kirk and James McEwen III were married about 1810 plus or minus. 19 23


Birth Notes: Child - Robert Kirk

May have been born about 1764.


Research Notes: Child - Robert Kirk

I have found only marginal evidence for James Kirk as Robert Kirk's father, and even less evidence for Mary Agnes Edmiston as his mother. If Robert's father was James Kirk, the question is which one? There were two men named James Kirk, both from Ireland, who settled in Virginia around the same time. These two men gave one or more of their sons the same names. One James Kirk immigrated to Virginia in 1773. The other may have immigrated as early as 1749 (a land transaction, followed by mention of his name is other legal contexts). Since Robert (and his brothers) was born in Northern Ireland about 1756, it appears most likely that his father (if named James Kirk) was the one who immigrated to Virginia in 1773.

He could have been a different James Kirk altogether.
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From Loudene Tollar 4 Sep 2009 - http://genforum.com/kirk/messages/3938.html

The South Carolina Archives have land plat and other records for a Robert Kirk and a Robert James Kirk from the last 1700s to the 1830s in Camden District, Lancaster County. Robert James Kirk record mentioned wife Eleanor in settling his estate.
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From http://wespatterson.com/forum/Black/2004003/Black_2004003.pdf :

Lancaster County, SC Court Records involving BLACKs
Source: Lancaster County, South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1787-1811 by
Brent H. Holcomb, C.A.L.S., 1981

154/F/pp. 221-222: FRANKEY BLACK of Lancaster County for $40 to ALEXANDER BLACK, 30 acres, part of the plantation on which Frankey Black now lives...23 Feb. 1805 FRANKEY BLACK ( ) (Seal), Wit. Robert Kirk, Agnes Kirk.

177/G/pp. 89-90: ALEXANDER BLACK of Lancaster Dist. for $200 to James Purdy of Lancaster Ville, merchant, tract on Hannah's Creek of Gill's Creek, adj. to Adam Carnahan, Richard Cousart, Edmund Hull, ANANIAS BLACK, John Barkley, Robert Kirk, 150 acres granted to ANANIAS BLACK, and conveyed to FRANKEY BLACK, his wife, by will and from her to ALEXANDER BLACK, also a tract adj. to it, 30 acres, 4 Oct. 1807. ALEXANDER BLACK (LS) Wit. William Ross, John Richardson. Proved by William Ross, 11 Feb. 1807 before Jno. Simpson, J.Q. ISABELLA BLACK, wife of ALEXANDER BLACK, relinquished dower, 11 Oct 1807, before W. Ross, Q.U.

177/G/pp. 93-94: FANNY BLACK of Lancaster Dist., for $50 to Annecus [Ananias?] Neely of same, land on the N side Hannahs Creek, whereon I now live, 60 acres, part of 100 acres granted to ANANIAS BLACK 29 Sept 1772 adj. Robert Kirk, Edmund Hull, James Craig, Jas, Purdy...25 Jan. 1808. FANNY BLACK (X) (Seal) Wit. James McAteer, John Neely (4). Proved by John Neely, 25 Feb 1808, before Jno. Simpson, J.Q. 15 25


Research Notes: Child - James Travis Kirk

Information that he did not emigrate to America is incorrect. See Rootsweb site http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3295747&id=I659064230 for documentation. 19 26 27


Birth Notes: Child - Matthew Kirk

Sources differ on his birthdate, either 1760 or 1765.


Death Notes: Child - Matthew Kirk

Death date may have been 2 Jun 1837.


Ira Edmonds and Emma Haines




Husband Ira Edmonds

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 



Wife Emma Haines

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Priscilla Edmunds 39

           Born: Abt 1845 - Canada
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1930
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ezra Anthony Healy (Abt 1844-1931) 39
           Marr: 15 Jul 1872 - Maryborough, Wellington, Ontario, Canada




Research Notes: Child - Mary Priscilla Edmunds

One of the original 12 settlers who immigrated from Drayton, Ontario, Canada to the present location of Drayton, North Dakota.

From the "City History" of Drayton, North Dakota (http://www.draytonnd.com/Information/GeneralInformationAboutDrayton/CityHistory/tabid/739/Default.aspx):
In late March 1878 a group of individuals met in Drayton, Ontario, Canada, for the purpose of planning their migration to the newly explored lands of the province of Manitoba. The decision was made to leave Drayton on April 10. The original party consisted of J. Walter Fawcett, his wife and child, Ezra Healy, his wife and child, Albert Wallace, Wesley Patmore, James Healy, Harry Wallace, and George W. Healy. This small group was joined enroute by Alexancer McCrea, and they traveled by rail to a point 12 miles east of Grand Forks, ND. They had their baggage shipped to Fisher's Landing (then the northermost end of the railway), from which they traveled on foot and wagon through the Red River Valley to Pembina, ND. Impressed with the area, they decided to stay, and A. W. McCrea, as eldest man in the company was given the right to choose the spot for a new settlement. He chose the present location of Drayton, which was eventurally named for the settlers' Canadian hometown.
Within weeks of the first settlers' arrival, at least three cabins had been erected, and prairie was broken to begin farming on each of the claims selected by members of the little colony. The population was augmented by the arrival of other individuals attracted by letters from their settler friends, including Henry Healy, Frank Wallace, Rev. Almon Healy and his wife, A. W. McCrea's family, William Mills, Frank Healy, Robert Tweedlie, Nathan Upham, James Bellamy, T. U. Henry,l Ambrose Smith, Joseph Smith and his son D. K. Smith, R. B. Richardson, Isaac Mussel, and Charles, Frank, and Richard Edwards and their mother. 39


Joseph M. Hagar and Harriet E. Edmunds




Husband Joseph M. Hagar (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 



Wife Harriet E. Edmunds (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 F Grace Evelyn Hagar 40

           Born: 1872
     Christened: 
           Died: 3 Sep 1939 - Glendale, Los Angeles, California, United States 41 42
         Buried:  - Angelus Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California 43
         Spouse: Dr. Albert Joseph Wallace (1853-1939) 44 45
           Marr: 7 Jun 1915 - Los Angeles, California, United States 40




Death Notes: Child - Grace Evelyn Hagar

Obituary from Los Angeles Times:
WALLACE Sunday, September 3, 1939, at her home, 1415 North Thompson avenue, Glendale, Mrs. Grace Hagar Wallace, widow of the late Albert J. Wallace; a native of Canada, she is survived by two sisters and three brothers.
Funeral esrvices at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of First Methodist Church of Hollywood. Interment Rosedale Cemetery, Turtner & Stevens Co., Pasadena, directors.


Ezra Anthony Healy and Mary Priscilla Edmunds




Husband Ezra Anthony Healy 39

            AKA: Rev. E. A. Healy
           Born: Abt 1844 - Canada
     Christened: 
           Died: 17 Aug 1931 - Los Angeles, California, United States 46
         Buried: 


         Father: Rev. Almon Healy (1821-1900)
         Mother: Lucy Wood (1825-1900) 39 47 48


       Marriage: 15 Jul 1872 - Maryborough, Wellington, Ontario, Canada

Events

• Immigrated: from Canada to the United States, 1878.

• Occupation: notary public, PM & JP, 1880.

• Census: U.S., 14 Jun 1880, Drayton, Pembina, Dakota Territory [North Dakota], United States.

• Voter registration: 22 Sep 1888, Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States.

• Voter registration: 25 Aug 1892, Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, United States.

• Occupation: Dean of the College of Theology of the University of Southern California, 1913, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.

• Occupation: university professor, 1920, Los Angeles, California, United States.

• Census: U.S., 6 Jan 1920, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.

• Census: U.S., 1930, Los Angeles, California, United States.




Wife Mary Priscilla Edmunds 39

           Born: Abt 1845 - Canada
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1930
         Buried: 


         Father: Ira Edmonds (      -      )
         Mother: Emma Haines (      -      )




Children
1 F Mary W. Healy

           Born: Abt 1878 - Dakota Territory (North Dakota), United States
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Research Notes: Husband - Ezra Anthony Healy

One of the original 12 settlers who immigrated from Drayton, Ontario, Canada to the present location of Drayton, North Dakota.

From the "City History" of Drayton, North Dakota (http://www.draytonnd.com/Information/GeneralInformationAboutDrayton/CityHistory/tabid/739/Default.aspx):
In late March 1878 a group of individuals met in Drayton, Ontario, Canada, for the purpose of planning their migration to the newly explored lands of the province of Manitoba. The decision was made to leave Drayton on April 10. The original party consisted of J. Walter Fawcett, his wife and child, Ezra Healy, his wife and child, Albert Wallace, Wesley Patmore, James Healy, Harry Wallace, and George W. Healy. This small group was joined enroute by Alexancer McCrea, and they traveled by rail to a point 12 miles east of Grand Forks, ND. They had their baggage shipped to Fisher's Landing (then the northermost end of the railway), from which they traveled on foot and wagon through the Red River Valley to Pembina, ND. Impressed with the area, they decided to stay, and A. W. McCrea, as eldest man in the company was given the right to choose the spot for a new settlement. He chose the present location of Drayton, which was eventurally named for the settlers' Canadian hometown.
Within weeks of the first settlers' arrival, at least three cabins had been erected, and prairie was broken to begin farming on each of the claims selected by members of the little colony. The population was augmented by the arrival of other individuals attracted by letters from their settler friends, including Henry Healy, Frank Wallace, Rev. Almon Healy and his wife, A. W. McCrea's family, William Mills, Frank Healy, Robert Tweedlie, Nathan Upham, James Bellamy, T. U. Henry,l Ambrose Smith, Joseph Smith and his son D. K. Smith, R. B. Richardson, Isaac Mussel, and Charles, Frank, and Richard Edwards and their mother. 39


Research Notes: Wife - Mary Priscilla Edmunds

One of the original 12 settlers who immigrated from Drayton, Ontario, Canada to the present location of Drayton, North Dakota.

From the "City History" of Drayton, North Dakota (http://www.draytonnd.com/Information/GeneralInformationAboutDrayton/CityHistory/tabid/739/Default.aspx):
In late March 1878 a group of individuals met in Drayton, Ontario, Canada, for the purpose of planning their migration to the newly explored lands of the province of Manitoba. The decision was made to leave Drayton on April 10. The original party consisted of J. Walter Fawcett, his wife and child, Ezra Healy, his wife and child, Albert Wallace, Wesley Patmore, James Healy, Harry Wallace, and George W. Healy. This small group was joined enroute by Alexancer McCrea, and they traveled by rail to a point 12 miles east of Grand Forks, ND. They had their baggage shipped to Fisher's Landing (then the northermost end of the railway), from which they traveled on foot and wagon through the Red River Valley to Pembina, ND. Impressed with the area, they decided to stay, and A. W. McCrea, as eldest man in the company was given the right to choose the spot for a new settlement. He chose the present location of Drayton, which was eventurally named for the settlers' Canadian hometown.
Within weeks of the first settlers' arrival, at least three cabins had been erected, and prairie was broken to begin farming on each of the claims selected by members of the little colony. The population was augmented by the arrival of other individuals attracted by letters from their settler friends, including Henry Healy, Frank Wallace, Rev. Almon Healy and his wife, A. W. McCrea's family, William Mills, Frank Healy, Robert Tweedlie, Nathan Upham, James Bellamy, T. U. Henry,l Ambrose Smith, Joseph Smith and his son D. K. Smith, R. B. Richardson, Isaac Mussel, and Charles, Frank, and Richard Edwards and their mother. 39


Erik Edmundsson




Husband Erik Edmundsson 15

            AKA: Erik Emundsson
           Born: Abt 849 - Sweden
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 900
         Buried: 


         Father: Emund Eriksson (Abt 0832-      ) 15
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Bjorn "the Old" Eriksson King of Sweden 15

           Born: Abt 867 - <Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden>
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 950
         Buried: 





Seisyll ap Ednowain and Prawst verch Elise




Husband Seisyll ap Ednowain 15

           Born: Abt 938 - Wales
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Ednowain (Abt 0913-      ) 15
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife Prawst verch Elise 15

           Born: Abt 940 - <Gwynedd>, Wales
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Elise ap Anarawd (Abt 0885-0942) 15
         Mother: 




Children
1 M Llywelyn ap Seisyll Prince of N Wales, King of Deheubarth & Gwynedd 15 49 50

            AKA: Llywelyn ap Seisyllt Prince of North Wales, King of Deheubarth & Gwyned
           Born: Abt 980 - <Rhuddlan, Flintshire>, Wales
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1023
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Angharad verch Maredudd ap Owain (      -      ) 50 51 52 53
           Marr: 994




Research Notes: Child - Llywelyn ap Seisyll Prince of N Wales, King of Deheubarth & Gwynedd

Prince of North Wales 980-1023, king of Deheubarth & Gwynedd.

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 176-1

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. XII, edited by Sidney Lee, New York, 1909, p. 1015:

"Maredudd [ap Owain]'s only son, so far as is known, died before him. But so great was the prestige he acquired in his brief reign that his daughter, Angharad, was regarded, contrary to ordinary Welsh custom, as capable of transmitting some royal right to her descendants. H first husband, Llywelyn ap Seisyll [q. v.], ruled Gwynedd from about 1010 to 1023, their son, the well-known Gruffydd ap Llywelyn [q. v.], from 1039 to 1063. By her second marriage with Cynfyn ap Gwerstan she had two other sons, Rhiwallon and Bleddyn, of whom the latter, with no claim on the father's side, ruled Gwynedd and Powys from 1069 to 1075 and founded the mediaeval line of princes of Powys. [Annales Cambriae, Rolls ed. The dates given above are nearly all approximate.] J. E. L. [John Edward Lloyd]" 15 49 50



Griffith ap Ednowain ap Bradwen




Husband Griffith ap Ednowain ap Bradwen 54

            AKA: Gruffydd ap Ednowain ap Bradwen
           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Ednowain ap Bradwen ap Mael of Llys Bradwen, Cregenan, Talybont (      -After 1237) 54
         Mother: Jane verch Philip ap Uchdryd (      -      ) 55


       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M David Gτch ap Griffith ap Ednowain 54

           Born: 
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