Journal Report

Ancestors of John Daley



Generation One



1. JOHN1 DALEY1 was born in May 1712 at County Cork, Munster Province, Ireland;
     In Banks' "History of York", it is stated that seven immigrants arrived in York from Scotland and Ireland between 1700 and 1750. John Daley is listed as the last of the seven, having an arrival date of 1735. Mr. Banks also mentions that records of these individuals will appear in his 3rd volume of York history. The 3rd volume was never published.
     In a random stroke of luck, this writer searched the volumes of The Maine Genealogist for the Daleys in York. After decades of research, a birth record was found for David Daley, 1735/6 which listed his parents names, their births and where in Ireland. Even more was the fact that both grandfathers' names as well.
2 He married Mary Diggin, daughter of Murtough Diggin, at Ireland.1 He died at probably Maine.

A Petition dated 3 Oct 1763, of Penobscot inhabitants to Governor Francis Bernard included two John Dalys and a David Daly. It points to the fact that David Daley's father John Daley/Daly also had a son John Daly.3

Children of John1 Daley and Mary Diggin were as follows:

Generation Two



2. DAVID2 DALEY (John1) was born on 2 Mar 1735/36 at York, York Co, Maine; This record which was found in an old transcription by the Town Clerk is not found with published York Vital Records.5 He married Mehitable Webber on 18 Nov 1755 at York, York Co, Maine; He and Mehitable Webber had also filed their marriage intention on 1 Nov 1755 at York.4 He died after 30 Jul 1785 at New Brunswick;      David Dailey and wife Mehitable of St Andrews, Charlotte Co, sold to James Turner for 15 pounds seven shillings a tract of land near the head of Passamaquoddy Bay. It was Lot #18 in the Penobscot Association and contained 100 acres. His signature was David Daley, and Mehitable made her mark. The payment was to be made in lumber by the 20th of September, 1785.6
     The only land record I find within York County for David Daley is dated 18 May 1758. Joseph Stover, Jr. of York sold David Daley, "mariner" of York, a half acre of land in York situated on the southwest side of "Cape Nedick River" for "five pounds six shillings & eight pence". A Jonathan Stover married a Mary Daley in 1757 at York...possibly she was a sister to David.
     A July 1784 listing for present inhabitants of the settlement at Penobscot shows the only Dailey still there was John Dailey, on 100 acres of land, 40 rods of this on the water. he was living there alone. The original settler of this lot had been David Dailey in 1765. Other lots showing Dailey ownership:
     Widow Rhodes 100 acres settled 1762 by Jonathan Stover
     Jos Stover heirs 100 acres settled 1762 by John Dailey
     John Bray & Jr 100 acres settled 1761 by David Dailey [next to one another],
     John Grindal 100 acres settled 1762 by John Dailey


     By this time, in 1784, David Daley was gone, as was Jonathan Stover. Perhaps David Daley and family left with the fleet of vessels which sailed from Penobscot in late September 1783 and arrived at St Andrews on October 3rd. About half of the refugees sailed at this time. Others must have come by private vessel, or had been among those who made the journey over land by wagon-train. Included on a list of 599 refugees who had been waiting to go were Zebedee Hammond and David Dailey. Jonathan Stover was not located. He was also not among the listing taken 10 June 1784 of Loyalists settled at Passamaquoddy, although Zebedee Hammond and David Dailey were both listed, as well as their wives and children. One hundred acre farm lots were granted under the title "Penobscot Association - Stephen Roberts and 189 others". David Dailey received one of the twenty 100 acre lots [#18] surrounding Bobabec Cove, about seven miles north of St Andrews. He did not receive a town lot.7

     On 30 Oct 1761, a notice was printed in the Hampshire Gazette paper that David Daley, of York, had a letter waiting at the Portsmouth Post Office.8
     David Daley, of York, had a letter in the Portsmouth Post Office on 28 October 1761.9
     A Petition dated 3 Oct 1763, of Penobscot inhabitants to Governor Francis Bernard included two John Dalys and a David Daly. It is quite possible that David Daley's father John Daley/Daly also had a son John Daly. No further data.3

     The Return of Men, Women and Children of the Penobscot Loyalists settled in the District of Passamaquoddy, 10 Jun 1784, lists David Daily, Mehitable, and children over 10, Mary, Sarah, Joseph and George.     
     A listing of settlers at Penobscot on 13 Jul 1784 shows that 100 acres originally settled by David Dailey in 1761 in Penobscot was now settled by John Bray and John Bray Jr. Another 100 acres settled by David Dailey in 1765 was now settled by John Dailey. This could be the mark letting us know that possible brother John remained in Maine.     
     On 3 Aug 1784, 100 acres farm lots were granted and David Dailey received his in St Patrick division surrounding Bobabec Cove, about 7 miles north of St Andrews.10

     On 30 July 1785 David and Mehitable "Dailey" of Saint Andrews sold Lot #18 to James Turner. The tract was "situated near the head of Passamaquoddy Bay bounded...on the North easterlyside by James Turner aforesaid and being Lot no. Eighteen in the Penobscot Association and running on said North easterly line at North westerly Course 50 rods thence a South westerly course fifty rods thence a South easterly course to said Bay thence up said Bay to the first mentioned bounds and contains one hundred acres." The notation: "To be paid in lumber by the twentieth" followed signatures. David Daley signed his name, and Mehitable's signature was an "X", her mark.11


Children of David2 Daley and Mehitable Webber all born at Maine were as follows:

Generation Three



3. JOSEPH3 DALEY (David2, John1) was born between 1756 and 1760 at Maine. He married Abigail Hammond, daughter of Zebedee Hammond and Martha Bennett, before 1801.7 He died before 1851 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.
On a 10 June 1784 return of the families there, one David DAILEY was listed along with his wife Mehitable and four children, all over the age of 10: Mary, Sarah, Joseph and George. Joseph was present in Saint John in 1801 land records.      Joseph purchased land in 1801, lot #488, from Samuel Hewey. In 1806, a record shows Mary Ann Smith, widow & heir of George Smith, selling Lot #2 of 200 acres at Red Head, Saint John County to Henry Thomas. It was then occupied by Benjamin Mosely [Land record #1454]. On 25 November 1806 [#1455], Henry and Abigail Thomas sold that same lot of land for 30 pounds to Joseph Dailey, mariner of Saint John [1804-1806, K1-S-1].      Deed #2151, within the county of Saint John, dated 21 September 1815, concerns a Joseph Daley of the parish of Portland, farmer, and his wife Abigail, selling a lot of land (full description undecipherable from the microfilmed record) to John Scott and wife Martha. It is mentioned that the lot was originally granted to George Smith, deceased, by the Crown. Further investigation was necessary to discover what lot this is and what future transactions were on this land.      Deed #6221 within Saint John County records has Joseph Dailey and wife Abigail of Portland sold to David Dailey for 150 pounds "western half of part of all that certain lot of land situated at or near Red Head in the County of Saint John"...originally a grant from the Crown to George Smith, then deceased. The lot was #200 and contained about 200 acres, and this transaction was dated 29 November 1821. There were other land records found involving both Joseph and Abigail Daley.7
     An Indenture was made between Henry Thomas, and his wife Abigail, and Joseph Daily, mariner, for land situated in or near Red Head, consisting of roughly 200 acres for £30. The land was Lot #2, and was originally granted to George Smith, now deceased.13

     On 21 Sep 1815, Joseph Daley and wife, Abigail,of Portland Parish, sold 200 acres in Lot #2, in or at Red Head to Martha Scott, widow and John Scott of Saint John for £100.14
On 10 Jun 1819, Moses Scott, cooper, sold land in Lot #513, on the east side of Saint John Harbour, to Joseph "Dayley" for £50.15
     On 2 Aug 1819, Joseph and Abigail Daley sold a lot of land, designated as Lot #513, to George thompson. It consisted of about 40' across the front and 100' deep.16

     David Dailey and wife Abigail of Portland Parish sold land to son David Dailey on 29 Nov 1821 for £150. The land was the western half of a lot in or near Red Head, orginally granted to George Smith, known as Lot #2 of about 200 acres. It is bound on the west by the Bay of Saint John, the north by Lot #1, granted to John Walker, and to the south by Lot #3 granted to John Steit(?).17
On 5 Feb 1824, many inhabitants of Red Head signed a petition asking Saint John to continue to support the repairing of bridges and roads in their area. Among the signatures on the document were George Daley, Joseph Daly and David Daley.12
     On 1 May 1832, David and Abigail Daly [sic] of Portland, and Ptolemy and Patience Lombard of same, sold three lots of land, located in Saint Andrews, known as Lots #1, 2 and 3 in Morris's Division, Letter G, being the same lots conveyed to Zebedee Hammond in his lifetime of Saint Andrews. They were his heirs, and sold the land for £35 16s and 8 p to Gilbert Ruggles, also of Saint Andrews.18


Children of Joseph3 Daley and Abigail Hammond were as follows:

Generation Four



4. DAVID4 DALEY (Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1801 at New Brunswick. He married Sarah Stanley, daughter of Job Stanley and Isabella Dyer, on 20 Dec 1821 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He died on 19 Jun 1876 at Portland, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; His obituary reads, "In Portland, on Monday, 19th inst, after a short illness, David Daly(sic), aged 75 years, leaving a wife and large family to mourn their loss. Funeral on Weds. the 21st at 2 PM from his late residence near the Marsh Bridge".19 He was buried on 21 Jun 1876 at Church of England Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.

     David Dailey and wife Abigail of Portland Parish sold land to son David Dailey on 29 Nov 1821 for £150. The land was the western half of a lot in or near Red Head, orginally granted to George Smith, known as Lot #2 of about 200 acres. It is bound on the west by the Bay of Saint John, the north by Lot #1, granted to John Walker, and to the south by Lot #3 granted to John Steit(?).17
On 5 Feb 1824, many inhabitants of Red Head signed a petition asking Saint John to continue to support the repairing of bridges and roads in their area. Among the signatures on the document were George Daley, Joseph Daly and David Daley.12 He appeared on the census of 1871 at Portland Parish, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; David "Daly", 70, born New Brunswick, and wife Sarah, 68, b. US , along with daughter Patience, then aged 49, are found within the 1871 census records for Portland Parish, Saint John County. They were all listed as Baptist, and while Sarah was listed as of English origin, both David and daughter Patience were listed as Irish.


Children of David4 Daley and Sarah Stanley were as follows:

5. MARTHA BENNETT4 DALEY (Joseph3, David2, John1) was born after 1801. She married Solomon Dyer Stanley, son of Job Stanley and Isabella Dyer, on 23 Jul 1821 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Martha's marriage record shows a witness to be a George "Dealey". She was listed as a Dealey as well. She died before 1851 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.21

Children of Martha Bennett4 Daley and Solomon Dyer Stanley were as follows:

6. HENRY4 DALEY (Joseph3, David2, John1) was born at New Brunswick. He married Sarah Cronk, daughter of Frederick Cronk and Margaret Stork, on 24 Aug 1832 at St Andrew's Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Henry "Daly" and Sarah Cronk were both of Portland upon marriage, David "Daley" being witness to the ceremony. He died between 1849 and 1851 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Henry was not present in the 1851 census, and widow Sarah, sons David and William and mother Abigail were living with Solomon Stanley.27

     In land records, #19618 registered on 31 May 1851, there was a transaction whereas Henry Daily of the parish of Simonds, did sell and transfer land "sold by my father Joseph Daily to James Smith, shipbuilder, deeded to me by said James Smith for the benefit of my self to assist in supporting my father and mother Joseph Daily and Abigail Daily". The original document was dated 5 April 1848, and not registered until 1851, which is likely to have been the approximate time that Henry Daley died.28


Children of Henry4 Daley and Sarah Cronk were as follows:

Generation Five



7. DAVID5 DALEY (David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 15 Apr 1825 at New Brunswick.32 He married Jane Cathro on 31 Dec 1850 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; They were married Sunday evening by Rev. Samuel Robinson. David "Daily" was of Simonds parish and Jane was of St George in Charlotte Co. She was the 2nd daughter of Peter Cathrow.33 He married Mary Maria Hodgins on 16 Sep 1884 at London, Ontario.34 He died on 2 Aug 1913 at Pickford, Chippewa Co, Michigan, at age 88; David was 88 years old and had died of cerebral apoplexy. His parents were listed as unknown on the death certificate. Obituary: David Daley was born in New Brunswick in the year 1825 and died at the home of his daughter Mrs. James Gray at Sterlingville Sunday morning. Mr. Daley spent his boyhood days at the place of birth and when a young man went to McGillivray, Ontario, where he was shortly united in marriage to Jane Cathro. The family came over here and settled at what is now Sterlingville 24 years ago. Mrs. Daley passing to the Great Beyond just 13 years before being followed by her husband. To the union were born nine children George of Sanilac County, Alexander of Sterlingville, John of McGillivray and Judson of the Soo; and Mrs. Duncan McKenzie , of Sterlingville; Mrs. Richard Lambert of Sarnia, Ontario; Mrs. Erastus Fleming of the Soo; and Mrs. James Gray of Sterlingville. One son, Peter, died 30 years ago. The deceased has been confined to his bed for three years, but suffered very little, his life slowly ebbing away. He was a life long member of the Baptist Church and was respected by all his friends and neighbors. The funeral services were held from the Bethel Church, Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. E.E. McMichael officiating. The remains were laid in the Bethel Cemetery where Mrs. Daley was also buried.35 He was buried on 4 Aug 1913 at Pickford, Chippewa Co, Michigan;
     David Daley was born in New Brunswick in the year 1825 and died at the home of his daughter Mrs. James Gray at Sterlingville Sunday morning. Mr. Daley spent his boyhood days at the place of birth and when a young man went to McGillivray, Ontario, where he was shortly united in marriage to Jane Cathro. The family came over here and settled at what is now Sterlingville 24 years ago, Mrs. Daley passing to the Great Beyond just 13 years before being followed by her husband. To the union were born nine children George of Sanilac County, Alexander of Sterlingville, John of McGillivray and Judson of the Soo; and Mrs. Duncan McKenzie , of Sterlingville; Mrs. Richard Lambert of Sarnia, Ontario; Mrs. Erastus Fleming of the Soo; and Mrs. James Gray of Sterlingville. One son, Peter, died 30 years ago. The deceased has been confined to his bed for three years, but suffered very little, his life slowly ebbing away. He was a life long member of the Baptist Church and was respected by all his friends and neighbors. The funeral services were held from the Bethel Church, Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Rev. E.E. McMichael officiating. The remains were laid in the Bethel Cemetery where Mrs. Daley was also buried.
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He and Jane Cathro appeared on the census of 1861 at McGillivary, Huron Co, Ontario; David Daley, 36, Jane, 34, Ann, 10, George, 8, Emily, 6, all born New Brunswick; Alex, 4, Peter, 2, both born in Ontario. The family was Baptist.37 He and Jane Cathro appeared on the census of 1871 at McGillivary, Huron Co, Ontario; David Daly, 46, Jane, 44, Annie, 20, George, 19, Emily, 16, John David, 10, Alexander, 14, Judson, 6, Eleanor, 5, Catherine, 2.38 He and Jane Cathro appeared on the census of 4 Jun 1900 at Pickford, Chippewa Co, Michigan; David Daley, 75, Jane, 72, married 49 years, Catherine E., 24. Jane had nine children, with eight living. They were living next to their son Alexander Daley and his family.39

Children of David5 Daley and Jane Cathro were as follows:

There were no children of David5 Daley and Mary Maria Hodgins.

8. EMILY5 DALEY (David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1827 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.62 She married Ebenezer McNichol on 8 May 1846 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.63 She died on 17 Nov 1849 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; 24 Nov 1849, ae 22 yrs.62

Children of Emily5 Daley and Ebenezer McNichol both born at Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

9. JOSEPH5 DALEY (David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 9 Jul 1830 at Red Head, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.67 He married Mary Hepburn, daughter of Edmund Hepburn, circa 1860. He died on 20 May 1907 at Old Loch Lomond Road, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 76; The death record says he died of old age, and had been a carpenter.68 He was buried on 22 May 1907 at Methodist Burying Ground, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.
He appeared on the census of 1861 at Albert Ward, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The 1861 census shows Joseph, aged 32, Mary, 30 and child, Amanda E. Daley, aged 1. He lived between 1863 and 1864 at Watson & Winslow, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; St John Directories. He lived between 1865 and 1866 at Rodney and Market place, Carleton, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; St John Directory. He lived in 1871 at Rodney Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; St John Directory. He appeared on the census of 1871 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph Daley, 42, Mary, 37, Amanda, 12, Mary J., 9, Emeline, 9, Henry, 7, Florence, 5 and Caroline, 2. All were born New Brunswick, and they were Baptist. MaryJ. and Eveline were listed as twins.69 He lived in 1876 at Erin Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Listed as a boarder in St John Directory. He was blacksmith in 1876 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He appeared on the census of 1881 at Ward 4, Portland, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph, 49, Mary, 48, and children listed as being Baptists of Irish origin. Eveline, 18, Mabel, 18, Carrie L., 10, Blanche, 8, Henry, 14, and William, 1. Joseph was a carpenter and William was an apprentice.70 He lived between 1883 and 1884 at Old Westmoreland Road, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; St John Directory. He and Mary Hepburn appeared on the census of 6 May 1891 at Portland, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph Daley was 63, a Baptist, house carpenter, Mary was 62, her father born in Scotland, and her mother in the US. Son Henry was 25 and a blacksmith, daughter Jennie was 12. No son William was listed.71 He appeared on the census of 1901 at Victoria Ward, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick;      Joseph Daley, 70, English heritage, Mary, 74, Scotch heritage, along with their grandson, Sylvester Arrowsmith, erroneously listed as step-son, 14, and daughter, Jennie, 21. Joseph was a carpenter, and he and Mary, and Jennie were Baptists. Sylvester was Anglican, and a student.      Joseph, 70, was also listed as a lodger in the home of Henry "Daly" and wife Agnes along with Patience Morrison, then 76. It was unmistakeably him as the birthdate: 9 Jul 1830 was given for both entries in the census.72 He was Carpenter in 1907. He lived in 1907 at Thorne Avenue, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Saint John City Directory. The obituary for he appeared on 22 May 1907 in the newspaper;
     Joseph Daley died at the home of his son William yesterday at Loch Lomond. He was 76 years of age. His widow, one son, three daughters, and one brother ex-Alderman Daley of Fort Howe survive.
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Children of Joseph5 Daley and Mary Hepburn were as follows:

10. AMANDA5 DALEY (David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1833 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She married Walter Lane, son of Walter Lane and Elizabeth Lisson, on 18 Sep 1855 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.81 She died on 12 Jul 1860 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; d. Thursday morn., Amanda Lane w/o Walter Lane, age 27. Funeral Saturday 3 o'clock from her residence 100 Carmarthen St.82 She was buried on 14 Jul 1860 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.

Children of Amanda5 Daley and Walter Lane were:

11. WILLIAM SETH5 DALEY (David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 4 Nov 1836 at Portland, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He married Margaret Russell, daughter of John Russell and Ruth Heirsy?, on 26 Feb 1859 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He died on 7 Jun 1929 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 92.83 He was buried on 10 Jun 1929 at IOOF Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California.
The 1865-1866 Saint John directory list William as a laborer, residing at "Main n Wentworth". In 1871, he was residing at 178 Prince William Street. William Seth Daley was living in Dufferin Ward, Division 2, during the 1891 census of Saint John. He was listed as Calvinist Baptist and a stevedore by occupation. His son Frederick was also a stevedore, and son Edmund a Baptist Minister. At that time, along with his wife Margaret, Frederick, Edmund, Walter and Emma were listed of his household. The 1901 census shows William Seth Daley as still living in Dufferin #2, Saint John [54-81]. At that time he was residing with his wife Margaret and Walter Daley, then aged 19 and a drug clerk. He appeared on the census of 1881 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William S. Daley, 42, Margaret, 40, David, 20, Ernest, 15, Thomas, 10, Emily, 8, Stanley, 5, and Walter, 1. They were Baptist and listed as of Irish origin, but all born in New Brunswick.84 He appeared on the census of 20 Apr 1891 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William S. Daley, 53, Margaret, 52, Fred, 30, Edmund E., 27, Walter, 11, and Emma L., 18. William and Fred were stevedores and Edmund was a Baptist minister.85 He appeared on the census of 16 Jan 1920 in the household of Walter Seth Daley at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California; Walter S Daley, 38, Loretta, 35, Stanley E., 15, Emily L., 13, William S., 83, his father, and George Maxwell, 22, his brother in law.86

Children of William Seth5 Daley and Margaret Russell were as follows:

12. ISABELLA5 DALEY (David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 4 Sep 1845 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.91 She married Walter Lane, son of Walter Lane and Elizabeth Lisson, on 26 Sep 1861 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She died on 27 Oct 1912 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 67. She was buried on 29 Oct 1912 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Grave #759, Lot 8, Spruce Ave.92
She and Walter Lane appeared on the census of 1901 at 160 Wright Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Walter Lane, 67, and Isabelle, 55, children: Frederick C., 27, Winnie, 21, Rietta L., 17, and Wiliam, 12. Birthdates for all were given as well as that Walter was listed as a Baptist and a carpenter by trade.93

Children of Isabella5 Daley and Walter Lane were as follows:

13. RICHARD5 STANLEY (Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born after 1821 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. A bond for the marriage of he and Mary McCracken was signed in 1874.97 He married Mary McCracken on 13 Jun 1874 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. A bond for the marriage of he and Jane Silliphant was signed in 1875.98 He married Jane Silliphant, daughter of John Silliphant and Alice Goss, on 27 Sep 1875 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He died before 21 Aug 1889 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Richard Stanley was deceased before the death of his 6 year old son, William.99

     "Richard Stanley has sold out his house and lot on Whale Cove Hill to W.E. TATTON. Stanley removes to Carleton (St. John) to open a grocery. Poor health has induced him to sell. - Grand Manan (Charlotte Co.) News.".100


There were no children of Richard5 Stanley and Mary McCracken.

Children of Richard5 Stanley and Jane Silliphant were as follows:

14. SOLOMON5 STANLEY JR (Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1827 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He married Harriet Daley, daughter of Henry Daley and Sarah Cronk, on 10 Nov 1851 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.29 He married Hannah Griffin, daughter of Solomon Griffin and Jane (--?--), on 8 Dec 1856 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He died on 18 Jan 1880 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Solomon's obituary, which appeared in the Daily Telegraph on 23 January 1880, states that he died suddenly at Mispiec, left a wife and six children behind.102

There were no children of Solomon5 Stanley Jr and Harriet Daley.

Children of Solomon5 Stanley Jr and Hannah Griffin were as follows:

15. HENRY5 STANLEY (Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1829 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He married Margaret Jenkins on 10 Nov 1851 at St Andrew's Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.107 He married Eliza Ann Silliphant, daughter of John Silliphant and Alice Goss, on 28 Dec 1881 at Fredericton, York Co, New Brunswick.108 He married Hannah Griffin, daughter of Solomon Griffin and Jane (--?--), on 15 Aug 1889 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; They were both widowed, and Hannah had previously been married to a Stanley. Henry was aged 60 and Hannah was 52.109 He died on 6 Nov 1889 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; "About Mispeck and vicinity considerable anxiety is felt over the strange disappearance of an old man named Henry Stanley. He left his home on Monday eve. last and has not since returned, nor has anything been heard from him. It is feared that he became demented and either perished in the water or wandered into the woods and there died of exposure".110
He witnessed the marriage bond of Richard Stanley and Jane Silliphant in 1875.98 He and Eliza Ann Silliphant appeared on the census of 1881 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Henry Stanley, 52, Eliza, 37, Joseph, 15, Caroline, 7, Eliza, 5, and Rebecca, 3. Henry was a fisherman. Along with Henry's children were hers by her earlier marriage: William Akerly, 17, George Ackerly, 15, Minard Ackerly, 13, John Ackerly, 11 and Cecilia, 9.111 According to great granddaughter, Marion Dunphy [letter dated 15 Sep 1994 to this writer, PWW], Henry went out into the fog one day at Mispec to bring in his cows and he was never seen again. Apparently, he had fallen off a cliff. His Will was probated in 1890.7

Children of Henry5 Stanley and Margaret Jenkins were as follows:

Children of Henry5 Stanley and Eliza Ann Silliphant were as follows:

There were no children of Henry5 Stanley and Hannah Griffin.

16. GEORGE5 STANLEY (Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1831 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He married Isabella Dyer Thomas, daughter of Daniel Thomas and Isabella Stanley, on 24 Oct 1853 at St Andrew's Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.115 He died in May 1881 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Isabella is listed in 1881 census as a widow as of May.116

Children of George5 Stanley and Isabella Dyer Thomas all born at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

17. DAVID5 DALEY (Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1844 at New Brunswick.117 He married Mary J. Woodbury, daughter of William Woodbury, on 8 Jul 1872 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He died before 1900.

Children of David5 Daley and Mary J. Woodbury were as follows:

18. WILLIAM HENRY5 DALEY (Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 30 Apr 1845 at New Brunswick.125 A bond for the marriage of he and Mary Delia Pollock was signed in 1871 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Co-Signer was John Trecartin.126 He married Mary Delia Pollock, daughter of John Pollock, on 3 Aug 1871 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He married Clara J. Hampton, daughter of Joseph Hampton, on 21 Apr 1888 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William was aged 39, a widower, and a fisherman, born in Saint John. Clara was aged 28, a widow, and born in Carleton, NB.127 He died on 31 Aug 1918 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 73; He was a resident of 16 Guilford, Saint John, probably still living with his son, James Arthur, and his family. His occupation was fisherman and was a Baptist.128
He appeared on the census of 1881 at Simonds Parish, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William H. Daly, 30, Mary, 28, Harry L., 7, Sarah J., 5 and James A., 1. The family was Baptist. Also in household were James Pollock, 35, David, 23, Annie, 21 and Maggie 16. The Pollocks were Anglican.129 He and Clara J. Hampton appeared on the census of circa Apr 1891 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Wm Henry Daley, 45, Clara, 30, Harry, 17, Sarah, 14, Arthur, 11, Edward, 7, all born New Brunswick; John, 8, and Emma, 7, were born in the US; and Joseph, 0/12, born New Brunswick.130 He and Clara J. Hampton appeared on the census of 1901 at Lancaster, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William Daley, 55, Clara, 39, John, 19, Emma, 17, Edward, 16, Elizabeth, 2.131 He appeared on the census of 1911 at 16 Guilford, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William was living with son James Arthur Daley and his family.132

Children of William Henry5 Daley and Mary Delia Pollock were as follows:

Children of William Henry5 Daley and Clara J. Hampton were as follows:

Generation Six



19. PETER CATHRO6 DALEY (David5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)40 was born circa 1858 at Ontario.37 He married Elisse Lindsay on 23 Dec 1880 at 2 McGaury Terrace, London, Middlesex Co, Ontario.142 He died on 5 Dec 1881 at London, Middlesex Co, Ontario; He had rheumatic fever for about two weeks and was age 23.143

Children of Peter Cathro6 Daley and Elisse Lindsay both born at Parkhill, Middlesex Co, Ontario, were as follows:

20. JUDSON6 DALEY (David5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)53 was born on 14 Aug 1864 at Middlesex Co, Ontario.148 He married Mary Kerr on 8 Mar 1897 at Pickford, Chippewa Co, Michigan.149 He died on 5 Feb 1937 at Sault Sainte Marie, Chippewa Co, Michigan, at age 72; The certificate noted he was divorced.150

Children of Judson6 Daley and Mary Kerr were:

21. EMILY JANE6 MCNICHOL (Emily5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1849 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; info from 1851 census, Saint John [Duke/Queens]. She married Levi Melvin Simpson, son of George Simpson, on 1 Oct 1867 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.153 She died on 15 Mar 1890 at Mascarene, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick; Emily was in her 41st year and a member of the Mascarene Baptist Church. She left seven children.154
She appeared on the census of 1881 at St George, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick; Levi Simpson, 36, Emely, 32, Elila, 12, Alvin, 10, Mabareen, 7, Melvin, 5, and Willard, 3. Levi was a ship's captain, and the family was Baptist.155

Children of Emily Jane6 McNichol and Levi Melvin Simpson were as follows:

22. AMANDA ELIZABETH6 DALEY (Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1860 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She married George Arrowsmith, son of Thomas Arrowsmith and Sarah Thwaites, on 28 Mar 1876 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She died on 7 Aug 1906 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.162 She was buried at Methodist Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; In the Methodist cemetery records, she was referred to as Blanche Arrowsmith, having died of carcinoma in Boston, MA, widow of George Arrowsmith (born London, England), daughter of Joseph Daley and Mary Hebbern. Res. Westmorland Road, Lots 333 & E335. Reinterred in Fernhill Cemetery 19 sep 1947.163
She was reinterred on 19 Sep 1947 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.163

Children of Amanda Elizabeth6 Daley and George Arrowsmith were as follows:

23. EVELINE6 DALEY (Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 28 Dec 1861 at West Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.174 She married William Judson Wood, son of Joseph Williams Wood and Elizabeth Brown Howard, on 11 May 1881 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She died on 8 Jun 1941 at Alma Avenue, E. Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 79; Son Carey Wood had been the informant.175 She was buried on 10 Jun 1941 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The funeral record [as well as the death certificate] shows Evelyn Daley, 79, had resided at Alma Ave, East Saint John. Parents were given as Joseph Daley and Mary Hepburn.176
She appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Joseph Daley at Ward 4, Portland, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph, 49, Mary, 48, and children listed as being Baptists of Irish origin. Eveline, 18, Mabel, 18, Carrie L., 10, Blanche, 8, Henry, 14, and William, 1. Joseph was a carpenter and William was an apprentice.70
     Eveline Daley and William Judson Wood appeared on the census of 1911 at 82 Broad Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William Wood, 49, Evelyn, 49, Carey, 14, Violet, 5.William was a toolmaker and the family was Baptist. Living in the same household was Harris Davidson and his family.177 She and William Judson Wood appeared on the census of 1921 at Red Head Road, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William J. Wood, 59, Evelyn, 59 and Violet, 16.178


Children of Eveline6 Daley and William Judson Wood were as follows:

24. FLORENCE ELIZABETH6 DALEY (Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)186 was born on 7 Aug 1867 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.187 She married Amasa Edward Thornton, son of Elisha Thornton and Jerusha (--?--), on 10 Sep 1887 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine. She died on 12 Mar 1953 at Grafton, Carleton Co, New Brunswick, at age 85.187

Children of Florence Elizabeth6 Daley and Amasa Edward Thornton were as follows:

25. CAROLINE L.6 DALEY (Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1869 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She married John Hickey, son of Lemuel Hickey and Elizabeth (--?--), on 18 May 1884 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine; John Hickey was of Grafton [Carleton Co] and Caroline was of Portland [Saint John Co]. He was of Woodstock, Maine and she was of Saint John, New Brunswick.196 She died on 15 Dec 1904 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine; The cause of death was given as "hemorrhage due to detachment of the placenta before delivery" at age 37 years.197

Children of Caroline L.6 Daley and John Hickey were as follows:

26. BLANCHE6 DALEY (Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)214 was born circa 1872 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.215 She married James J. Lee on 28 Jun 1892 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts; James was a plumber, born Ireland.216 She died on 14 Nov 1898 at City Hospital, Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.215
She appeared on the census of 1881 at Portland Ward 4, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.217

Children of Blanche6 Daley and James J. Lee were as follows:

27. JENNIE SOPHIA6 DALEY (Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 20 Jun 1881 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The cemetery shows 20 Jun 1881 as her birth, which is more likely seeing that she wasn't listed in the 1881 census. Naturalization records show she was born 20 Jun 1879.222 She was baptized on 3 Mar 1901 at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The church clerk for Tabenacle Baptist sent me this information in 1980. She married William Albert Hepburn, son of Charles Hepburn and Lydia Trafton, on 11 Nov 1907 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California.223 She died on 25 Jan 1951 at Glendale Community Hospital, Glendale, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 69; Jennie Hepburn had been in the hospital for 10 days, and her death was due to congestive heart failure. The informant was her daughter, Dorothy Edmundson. Dorothy had given her father unknown Daley and her mother as unknown.224 She was buried on 27 Jan 1951 at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Glendale, Los Angeles Co, California.225
She appeared on the census of 6 May 1891 in the household of Joseph Daley and Mary Hepburn at Portland, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph Daley was 63, a Baptist, house carpenter, Mary was 62, her father born in Scotland, and her mother in the US. Son Henry was 25 and a blacksmith, daughter Jennie was 12. No son William was listed.71 She emigrated on 28 Oct 1907 from Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.226

Children of Jennie Sophia6 Daley and William Albert Hepburn were as follows:

28. EMILY6 LANE (Amanda5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 27 Aug 1856 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.94 She married William B. Loughery on 19 Aug 1884.94 She died on 29 Sep 1940 at Pasadena, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 84.232
She appeared on the census of 5 Apr 1930 at Pasadena, Los Angeles Co, California; Emily Loughery, 73, born Canada, widow, had roomers living with her.233

Children of Emily6 Lane and William B. Loughery were as follows:

29. DAVID SETH6 DALEY (William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 26 Mar 1859 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.235 He married Annie Ward on 9 Nov 1882 at Portland, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Saint John Visitor, 22 November 1882. He died on 3 May 1913 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 54.236 He was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.237
He appeared on the census of 9 Apr 1891 at Portland, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; David Daley, 32, Annie, 31, Walter, 8, William, 7, Arthur, 5, Sidney, 2, and Otty, 8/12. David was ship laborer and the family was CC Baptist.238 He appeared on the census of 1911 at Sommerset Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; David Daley, 52, wife Annie, 51, Sydney, 22, Alice, 19, Hollis, 17, Marguerite, 15, David, 14, Kenneth, 12, Annie, 11.239

Children of David Seth6 Daley and Annie Ward were as follows:

30. FREDERICK WILLIAM6 DALEY (William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 20 Mar 1861 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.257 He married Elizabeth Trites Brown, daughter of William Schooler Brown and Mary Margeson, on 25 Dec 1895 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; They were married by Frederick's brothe Rev. Edmund Ernest Daley.258 He died on 18 Nov 1930 at General Hospital, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 69; Frederick had been in the hospital three weeks when he died.259 He was buried on 21 Nov 1930 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.
The 1901 census of Saint John shows Frederick Daley living next door to his parents, William Seth and Margaret Daley. He appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1921 at 77 High Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Frederick Daley, 59, Elizabeth, 49, Marian, 21, Grace, 19, Oswald, 15 and a lodger, Arthur Stuff, 43.260

Children of Frederick William6 Daley and Elizabeth Trites Brown all born at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

31. EDMUND ERNEST6 DALEY (William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 22 Jan 1867 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.272 He married Ella Blanche Thomas on 10 Jun 1891 at Canard, Kings Co, Nova Scotia.273 He married Susan May Mitchell on 25 Oct 1932 at Baptist Parsonage, Chester, Lunenburg Co, Nova Scotia.274 He died on 11 Jul 1948 at Halifax, Halifax Co, Nova Scotia, at age 81.
He appeared on the census of 1901 at Bridgetown, Annapolis Co, Nova Scotia; E.E. Daley, 34, E. Blanche, 34, Gordon M., 6, and William L., 3, all born New Brunswick.275

Children of Edmund Ernest6 Daley and Ella Blanche Thomas all born at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

There were no children of Edmund Ernest6 Daley and Susan May Mitchell.

32. THOMAS H.6 DALEY (William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born circa 1870 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.280 He married Mary Ann Andrews on 18 Sep 1898 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.281 He died on 27 Jul 1942 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; He died at his residence, 76 Thorne Avenue, Saint John. He had been a longshoreman.282

Children of Thomas H.6 Daley and Mary Ann Andrews were:

33. WALTER SETH6 DALEY (William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 6 Sep 1880 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.285 He married Retta Maxwell; info from Marion Daley, niece, letter dated 7 Oct 1981. He died on 20 Feb 1949 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 68.286
Walter filed a Petition for Naturalization at age 33 while residing 333 E. 84th St, Los Angeles. He was 5' 10 1/2", weighed 145, with brown hair and eyes. He emigrated to the US aboard the "Calvin Austin", arriving at the port of Boston 6 Sep 1903. He gives his birth, his wife's, as well as those of his two children. His children were listed as being born in Boston.287 On 12 Sep 1918, Walter Seth registered for the draft in Los Angeles. At that time he was a pipe fitter and was tall, with brown hair and eyes.288 He appeared on the census of 16 Jan 1920 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California; Walter S Daley, 38, Loretta, 35, Stanley E., 15, Emily L., 13, William S., 83, his father, and George Maxwell, 22, his brother in law.86

Children of Walter Seth6 Daley and Retta Maxwell were as follows:

34. CARRIE AMANDA6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 29 Dec 1865 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.94 She married Avery Travis Smith on 29 Oct 1890 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.293 She died on 29 Aug 1945 at Fort Lawrence, Cumberland Co, Nova Scotia, at age 79.94

Children of Carrie Amanda6 Lane and Avery Travis Smith were as follows:

35. IDA BELL6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 18 Aug 1870 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.91 She married James Morrow on 6 Sep 1894 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; VR, B4/1894, #2389, Film# F15521. She died on 10 Mar 1949 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 78.94

Children of Ida Bell6 Lane and James Morrow both born at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

36. FREDERICK CAREY6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 4 May 1873 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.91 He married Mary Josephine Lawrence on 11 Jun 1902.94 He died on 12 Apr 1963 at Fredericton, York Co, New Brunswick, at age 89.94

Children of Frederick Carey6 Lane and Mary Josephine Lawrence were as follows:

37. ROBERTA PAULINE6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 26 Aug 1875 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.297 She married Harris Hall Reid on 9 Jun 1897 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; VR, B4/1897, #2570, Film# F15584. She died on 25 Sep 1959 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 84.94 She was buried at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.

Children of Roberta Pauline6 Lane and Harris Hall Reid all born at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

38. WINNIFRED ELLA6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 25 Nov 1879 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.91 She married George Burton Latimer on 13 May 1904 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.94 She died on 4 Feb 1974 at Saint John General Hospital, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 94; "Born in Saint John, a daughter of the late Walter and Isabella (Daley) lane, she had been a resident of Saint John all her life. She had been a former member of Germain Street Baptist Church. Mrs. Latimer is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Merville Dykeman (Marjorie) and Mrs. David Semple (Betty) both of Saint John and Mrs. Frank D. Cunningham (Winnifred) of Hudson, Quebec;..." Brenan's Funeral Home handled the funeral service.94

Children of Winnifred Ella6 Lane and George Burton Latimer were as follows:

39. RETTA LOUISE6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 11 May 1883 at 160 Wright Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.300 She married Frank Whitfield Cheyne, son of William Cheyne and Eliza McChouchie, on 14 Jun 1905 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.301 She died on 29 Oct 1977 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 94.94

Children of Retta Louise6 Lane and Frank Whitfield Cheyne were as follows:

40. WILLIAM ERNEST6 LANE (Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 4 Jul 1888 at 160 Wright Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.304 He married Esther Gladys Foster on 2 Mar 1915 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.305 He died on 11 Mar 1922 at 160 Wright Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 33. He was buried on 29 Apr 1922 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Lot #759, Spruce Avenue.
After William Lane's death in 1922, his three young children moved to Sussex, New Brunswick to live with their aunt and uncle, Roberta and Harris Reid.92

Children of William Ernest6 Lane and Esther Gladys Foster were as follows:

41. FREDERICK MELVIN6 STANLEY (Richard5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1)308 was born on 16 Nov 1875 at New Brunswick.309 He married Susan Jane Campbell, daughter of George Campbell and Mary Jane Sears, on 20 Aug 1902 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.310 He died on 23 Feb 1949 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 73.311 He was buried at Old Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.309
He appeared on the census of 1901 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Frederick Stanley, 23, is listed as the adopted son of Alice Silliphant, 77. Alice Goss Stanley must be raising Frederick Stanley, son of her daughter, Jane and husband Richard Stanley.312 He appeared on the census of 1911 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Frederick Stanley, 38, Susan, 28, Clarence, 8, Mildred, 6, Dora L., 3, George, 1 mo.313

Children of Frederick Melvin6 Stanley and Susan Jane Campbell were as follows:

42. EMMA JANE6 STANLEY (Solomon5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 25 Aug 1858 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.324 She married Benjamin W. Thomas on 20 Oct 1881 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She died on 28 Jun 1940 at North Head, Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, at age 81.325 She was buried at Norh Head Cemetery, North Head, Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.325

Children of Emma Jane6 Stanley and Benjamin W. Thomas were as follows:

43. ESTHER ANN6 STANLEY (Solomon5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 1 Apr 1870 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.336 She married George Urquhart on 15 Aug 1892 at Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.92 She died on 1 Sep 1926 at Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, at age 56.92
In the 1891 census, Esther Ann was living as a servant with the Cowan family with Lorne Ward in Saint John.

Children of Esther Ann6 Stanley and George Urquhart were as follows:

44. ESTHER6 STANLEY (Henry5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1)345 was born on 15 Nov 1864 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; While the death record lists her birth date as 15 Nov 1866, it must be incorrect. She was the daughter of Margaret Jenkins, and Margaret died in 1865. It's likely to be off a year, maybe two. Her daughter Maude wrote at one time that Esther was born in 1864.346 She married Joseph McIntyre on 14 Mar 1881 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; They were married by Rev. D.M. Maclise, D.D.347 She married Owen Green on 24 Sep 1924 at Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.348 She died on 4 Dec 1925 at Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, at age 61; Esther was aged 59, wife of Owen Green. Her parents were listed on the death record.349

Children of Esther6 Stanley and Joseph McIntyre all born at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

There were no children of Esther6 Stanley and Owen Green.

45. JOSEPH LEONARD6 STANLEY (Henry5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 4 Jul 1866 at Navy Island, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The birth of his daughter Pansie lists that Joseph was born at Navy Island.358 He married Margaret Jane McKee, daughter of Thomas McKee and Margaret Hunter, on 17 Jul 1890 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph was aged 24, and Maggie McKee was 18, both born Mispec. His parents were shown as Henry and Lizzie and hers as Thomas and Margaret.359 He died on 9 Dec 1954 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 88; Joseph was widowed, and living in Mispec as a farmer.360 He was buried at McKee Cemetery, Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.361

Children of Joseph Leonard6 Stanley and Margaret Jane McKee were as follows:

46. REBECCA HELEN6 STANLEY (Henry5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1)382 was born on 4 Jul 1877 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.383 She married Frederick H. Johnston on 10 Apr 1899.382 She died on 26 May 1954 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 76; She died from stomach cancer.384 She was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.

Children of Rebecca Helen6 Stanley and Frederick H. Johnston were:

47. CHARLES6 STANLEY (George5, Martha4 Daley, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born in 1877 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.386 He married Margaret Ann Steeves, daughter of William Steeves and Catherine McCready, on 29 Jul 1912 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Charhles Stanley was 33 years old, and a fisherman. Margaret was aged 29 at the time of marriage. Both were born Mispec and resided there.387 He died on 14 Aug 1922 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.388 He was buried in 1922 at Toner Cemetery, Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.386

Children of Charles6 Stanley and Margaret Ann Steeves were as follows:

48. SADIE6 DALEY (David5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)402 was born circa 1886 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.403 She married Charles S. Small, son of William Small and Margaret Cronk, on 22 Dec 1903 at Lubec, Washington Co, Maine.403 She married Johnie Freeze circa 1904.

There were no children of Sadie6 Daley and Charles S. Small.

Children of Sadie6 Daley and Johnie Freeze were:

49. HARRY LOUIS6 DALEY (William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)133 was born on 2 Apr 1874 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.404 He married Emma Mabel Avery, daughter of John Avery and Mary Black, on 18 Jul 1895 at North Head, Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick; Henry Daley was a resident of North Head, born Saint John; Emma Avery, 21, born Lubec? Maine, was a resident of North Head, as well.405 He died on 26 Mar 1902 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 27.406
He appeared on the census of 1901 at Guy's Ward, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Harry L. Daley, 27, Emma M., 26, his wife and Arthur, 22, his brother.407
     This researcher can't find out how Mary Matilda fits in. I believe I found Harry's death in 1902. There is no birth record for Mary. Nor is she present with her mother Emma in 1921. And, in the 1901 census, William Leonard, who should have been two, is also missing from the record. Was Mary adopted after Harry passed away, or perhaps a daughter of Emma and someone else?7


Children of Harry Louis6 Daley and Emma Mabel Avery were as follows:

50. JAMES ARTHUR6 DALEY (William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)415 has also be reported to have been born circa 1880 Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.129 He was born on 14 Feb 1882 at Mispec, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The actual doc contained a statement by Jennie Haslam, saying she was b. 31 Mar 1870 and was his cousin.416 He married Clara Wolfe, daughter of James Wolfe and Harriett Lavinia Kyle, on 30 Jun 1903 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.417 He died on 1 Jun 1955 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 73.418 He was buried at Cedar Hill Extension Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.418
He appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Harry Louis Daley at Guy's Ward, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Harry L. Daley, 27, Emma M., 26, his wife and Arthur, 22, his brother.407 He appeared on the census of 1911 at 16 Guilford Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; James Arthur Daly, 28, Clara, 24, Henry, 6 and Sadie, 5. Living with them was W. H. Daly, father, 67.132

Children of James Arthur6 Daley and Clara Wolfe were as follows:

51. EDWARD WOODWARD6 DALEY (William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)419 was born on 3 Jun 1883 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.131 He married Ethel Estella Gray, daughter of Michael Gray and Elizabeth Stephens, on 1 Dec 1906 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.420 He died on 14 Jan 1939 at 220 Chesley Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 55.421 He was buried on 17 Jan 1939 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.421
He and Ethel Estella Gray appeared on the census of 1911 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Michael Gray, 56, Elizabeth, 40, Stella Daley, 21, Edward Daley, 24, Elizabeth Gray, 15, Walter Gray, 14, Lillian Gray, 9, Gertrude Gray, 8, Frederick ray, 1.422

Children of Edward Woodward6 Daley and Ethel Estella Gray were:

52. CAROLINE ELIZABETH6 DALEY (William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)419 was born on 10 Apr 1899 at Saint John West, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.425 She and an unknown person obtained a marriage license on 1 Dec 1914 at New Brunswick.426 She married Roland Guthrie on 4 Dec 1914 at Charlotte Co, New Brunswick; Roland was aged 21 and Caroline was 15. They were both United Baptist.426 She died on 21 Jan 1950 at Saint John General Hospital, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 50; The death certificate gave her birthdate as 27 April 1899. Her husaband, Roland Guthrie, indicated her father William was erronrously from Nova Scotia. Both Roland and Caroline had been living at 203 Rodney Street, West Saint John. Caroline died from congestive heart failure.427 She was buried on 23 Jan 1950 at Greenwood Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.427

There were no children of Caroline Elizabeth6 Daley and the unknown spouse mentioned above.

Children of Caroline Elizabeth6 Daley and Roland Guthrie both born at Grand Harbour, Grand Manan, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

Generation Seven



53. ELILA M.7 SIMPSON (Emily6 McNichol, Emily5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)156 was born circa 1869 at Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.157 She married Nevin William MacMahon on 5 Sep 1894 at Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.431 She died on 26 Apr 1943 at Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.432
As of 26 Apr 1943, she was also known as Elita Myrtle McMahon.432

Children of Elila M.7 Simpson and Nevin William MacMahon both born at Latete, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

54. MELVIN LEVI7 SIMPSON (Emily6 McNichol, Emily5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)437 was born on 27 Jan 1876 at Latete, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.438 He married Edith Mae French before 1897 at Charlotte Co, New Brunswick. He died on 22 Dec 1946 at Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, at age 70.439

Children of Melvin Levi7 Simpson and Edith Mae French both born at Latete, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

55. SYLVESTER SCOTT7 ARROWSMITH (Amanda6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 31 Oct 1882 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts.444 He was born on 12 Oct 1886 at New Brunswick; b'date from 1901 census, Victoria Ward, Saint John. He married Ella Maud Beyea, daughter of William Richard Beyea and Ann Burgess, on 21 Apr 1908 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.445 He died on 2 Mar 1949 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 66; Sylvester Arrowsmith had been a spring maker for 40 years.446 He was buried on 22 Apr 1949 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.447
The 1901 census for Victoria ward in Saint John shows that Sylvester was then living with his grandparents, Joseph Daley and Mary Hepburn at 159 Westmoreland Road in Saint John. For some reason he was listed as stepson and not grandson.

Children of Sylvester Scott7 Arrowsmith and Ella Maud Beyea were as follows:

56. WHITFIELD DEWITT7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 30 Sep 1879 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.463 He married Martha Lowe, daughter of William Lowe and Ann Crumpton, on 8 Sep 1903 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.464 He died on 18 Jan 1936 at Lynn, Essex Co, Massachusetts, at age 56.465 He was buried at St Stephen, Charlotte Co, New Brunswick.
On 11 Sep 1918, Whitfield enlisted for the service from Lynn, Massachusetts. He was a foreman at the Top Notch Shoe Co. He and wife Marth awere then residing at 62 Broad Street, Lynn.466 He appeared on the census of 17 Jan 1920 at 62 Broad Street, Lynn, Essex Co, Massachusetts; Whitfield D. Wood, 40, Martha, 36, Whitfield P., 6, Sarah E., 1; Also Jeanetta M. Wilson, 28, servant; Lodgers Debra R. Sweezey, 50 and Frances Mcmahon, 21. Whitfield was the Superintendent of a shoe factory and his home was rented.467

Children of Whitfield Dewitt7 Wood and Martha Lowe both born at Lynn, Essex Co, Massachusetts, were as follows:

57. ELIZABETH BERNICE7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 15 Jan 1882 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.473 She was baptized on 19 Nov 1899 at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The church clerk of Tabernacle Baptist Church sent me this information in 1980. She married Harry E. Alward.474 She died on 25 Nov 1901 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 19; Also sent by Tabernacle Baptist Church.474

Children of Elizabeth Bernice7 Wood and Harry E. Alward were:

58. JOSEPH PERLEY7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 2 Mar 1883 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.478 He married Margaret Ann Thorne, daughter of Elias Thorne, on 30 Jun 1903 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.479 He died on 3 Mar 1965 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 82; In the Parish of Simonds March 3, 1965, Joseph P. Wood, aged 82 years of 309 Rothesay Ave., survived by three sons, two daughters, one brother, one sister, six grandchildren, two great grandchildren, several nephews and nieces. Resting at Brenan's Funeral Home from where the funeral will be held Saturday with service at 2 p.m. Interment in Fernhill Cemetery.480 He was buried on 6 Mar 1965 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; "The funeral...was held Saturday from Brenan's Funeral Home. Service was conducted by Rev. Raymond J. Warner of the Tabernacle Baptist Church. Pallbearers were Hartley S. Wood, William R. Wood, Joseph R. Wood, Harold E. Wood, Joseph F. Wood and Kenneth Northrup".481
Joseph was the plant superintendent for Crosby Molasses Company. He appeared on the census of 1911 at 167 Westmoreland St., Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Joseph Wood, 38, Margaret, 38, Mabel, 6, Hartley, 3 and brother William, 19. The family was Baptist.482 He lived in 1923 at Marsh Road; He was listed as foreman, Crosby Molasses, Co, Ltd.483 He was appointed Justice of the Peace on 30 Apr 1943 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.484

Children of Joseph Perley7 Wood and Margaret Ann Thorne were as follows:

59. STANLEY FENWICK7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 22 Apr 1887 at Hampton Village, Kings Co, New Brunswick; His father, William Judson Wood, filed for late registration of his birth on 15 Jul 1940 at E. Saint John before Notary Public F.E. Jossely. William J. Wood stated he was a resident of Hampton and a carpenter at the time of Stanley's birth, the assisting physician being Dr. Smith. The funeral home record for Melcher Wood also shows Stanley's place of birth as Hampton, NB.491 He married Ella May Nisbet, daughter of John Nisbet and Eleanor J. Darrah, on 16 Apr 1912 at Orient Heights, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts; It was the first marriage for both, with Stanley as a resident of Lynn, and Ella of Saint John, New Brunswick. Arthur Harriman, 37 Breed Street, Lynn, married them, and entered the record on 22 Apr 1912 at Boston.492 He died on 13 Sep 1949 at Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, at age 62;
     "Stanley F. Wood, 62, died very suddenly Tuesday morning at his home, 92 Manning Street. He had been convalescing rapidly from a severe attack suffered a month ago.      Mr. Wood was born in St John's (sic), new Brunswick, son of the late William J. and Evelyn (Daley) Wood. He and his family had resided here for the past 26 years. He was employed as a machinist by the Lapointe Machine Tool Company. He was respected in the community, and held in high regard by many friends. He was a member and deacon of the First Federated Church. He leaves a wife; Mrs Ella M, (Nesbitt) Wood, two sons, Donald J. and Stanley R.; two daughters, Misses Evelyn R.. and Doris E., all of Hudson; two brothers, Joseph P. and Carey S., and one sister, Mrs. Frank Crozier of St John's (sic), New Brunswick.      The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the First Federated Church, with Rev. Frederick A. Hayes, pastor, officiating. Burial wil be at Forestvale Cemetery, in charge of William B. Leland, funeral director.".
493 He was buried on 15 Sep 1949 at Forestvale Cemetery, Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.493

It is evident that Stanley and his young family made a trip to Massachusetts long before they moved there. Stanley, 30, Ella, 29, and Melcher 3 1/2 are listed in arriving at McAdam Junction, NB on 5 Mar 1917, from Massachusetts. The 1917 city directory for Salem, MA lists them as removed from Beverly. Perhaps they tried it, and then went back to NB briefly.494 He appeared on the census of 1921 at Edith Ave, East Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Stanley F. Wood, 34, Ella, 33, and son Donald, 2.495 He lived in 1923 at Bellevue Avenue, East Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Stanley was listed as a laborer in the city directory.483 He appeared on the census of 25 Apr 1930 at Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Stanley and Ella, both 42, along with Donald J. 11, Evelyn R. 7, Dorrie E., 4 11/12, and Stanley R., 3 4/12 were all living on Causeway Street. The record shows they emigrated to the United States in 1924 and Stanley was a machinist.496 He was naturalized on 24 May 1937 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts; Petition #176123, Certificate # 4525340 states Stanley Fenwick Wood was aged 50 yrs, of medium complexion, with blue eyes, grey hair, was 5' 4 " tall, 178 pounds, and then a resident of 20 Causeway Street, Hudson, Massachusetts. The only distinguishing mark was a scar on the back of his right hand. In the possession of this writer (PWW).497 He and Ella May Nisbet appeared on the census of 9 Apr 1940 at 92 Manning Street, Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts; Stanley F. Wood, 52, Ella M., 52, Donald J., 21, Evelyn R., 16; all born Canada; Doris E., 14 and Raymond S., 13, both born Massachusetts. Stanley had completed 4 yrs of high school; Ella 8th grade; Donald, 4yrs high school; Evelyn had completed 2 yrs high; Doris, 1; and Raymond had completed 6th grade by that time. Stanley and Donald were both machinists.498 On 1942, Stanley gives his place of birth as Saint John on his registration for the draft. He and Ella were residing 92 Manning Street, and he was age 55. His employer was Lapointe Machine Tool Co, on Tower Street in Hudson. His phone number was listed as Hudson 751-M.499
     Although this writer, his granddaughter, never knew him, I was well acquainted with his beloved pet, Deedee, a spaniel, and of whom he was very proud. Supposedly the offspring of a Canadian champion, she was his pride and joy. Deedee was older when I was to meet up with her, but I loved that dog. She would let me let me sit on her and ride her when I was young, just loved to be with me. I always thought that I knew him through Deedee.7


Children of Stanley Fenwick7 Wood and Ella May Nisbet were as follows:

60. LILLIAN BEATRICE7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 18 Jan 1890 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.478 She was baptized on 25 Nov 1904 at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She married Harris James Davidson, son of John Davidson and Margaret Campbell, on 12 Aug 1908 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.506 She died on 29 Apr 1938 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 48; Lilly was aged 48y 3m 11d when she died, and her residence had been Alma Avenue in east Saint John.507 She was buried at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.507

Children of Lillian Beatrice7 Wood and Harris James Davidson were as follows:

61. WILLIAM LOOMER7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 13 Jan 1892 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.478 He married Emma Eliza White, daughter of Charles White and Albertina White, on 26 Jun 1918 at St Luke's Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Married by A.P. m. Kein(?) of St Lukes Church in the precense of Joseph P. Wood and William J. Wood.512 He died on 6 Mar 1936 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 44; William was aged 44 yrs 1 mo, and resided at Loch Lomond, Saint John Co. He was a caretaker for City water.513 He was buried at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.
He appeared on the census of 1911 at 167 Westmoreland St., Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William Wood, aged 19, was living with his brother and family.482

Children of William Loomer7 Wood and Emma Eliza White were as follows:

62. VIOLET ELAINE7 WOOD (Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 13 Jul 1905 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.514 She married Francis Melbourne Crozier, son of James William Crozier and Mary Henrietta Treadwell, on 9 Sep 1926 at Simonds Parish, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.515 She died on 11 Jul 1980 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 74. She was buried on 13 Jul 1980 at Ocean View Memorial Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.

Children of Violet Elaine7 Wood and Francis Melbourne Crozier both born at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, are as follows:

63. LENNA MAY7 THORNTON (Florence6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)516 was born on 4 May 1889 at Grafton, Carleton Co, New Brunswick; Father is shown as Amasa Thornton, mother Florence Daley on the birth. Birthplace was given as Woodstock on the Marriage Certificate.517 She married William Oliver Brown on 28 Aug 1907 at Carleton Co, New Brunswick.518 She married Philip C. Davie on 28 Nov 1937 at New Hampton, New Hampshire.519 She died in Feb 1981 at Meredith, Belknap Co, New Hampshire, at age 91.520 She was buried in 1981 at Ashland, Grafton Co, New Hampshire; The stone indicates she was born 1887 and died 1981.521
She appeared on the census of 1930 at Ashland, Grafton Co, New Hampshire; Lenna M. Brown, 40, widowed, b. Canada, Violet W., 21,, Marvin H., 17 and Beatrice M. 14, all children born Canada.522

Children of Lenna May7 Thornton and William Oliver Brown were as follows:

There were no children of Lenna May7 Thornton and Philip C. Davie.

64. MABEL7 THORNTON (Florence6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)190 was born on 27 Dec 1891 at Carleton Co, New Brunswick.191 She married James W. Clark on 14 Apr 1909 at Carleton Co, New Brunswick.530

Children of Mabel7 Thornton and James W. Clark were:

65. MABEL A.7 HICKEY (Caroline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)533 was born on 11 Feb 1893 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine.534 She married John A. Armstrong on 17 Jun 1909 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine; John Armstrong was aged 27, a resident of Fredericton, New Brunswick and a laborer, while Mabel was aged 20, and a resident of Woodstock.535 She died on 1 Jun 1984 at Laconia, Belknap Co, New Hampshire, at age 91.

Children of Mabel A.7 Hickey and John A. Armstrong were:

66. ANNIE BEATRICE7 HICKEY (Caroline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)538 was born on 21 Feb 1895 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine; Annie was listed as the sixth child in the Hickey family.539 She married George Lemuel Howard, son of Charles Alexander Howard and Ellen Priscilla Hickey, on 25 May 1909 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine; The certificate indicated Annie was 18 years old and was born in Woodstock, as he was.540 She married an unknown person on 25 May 1909 at Houlton, Aroostook Co, Maine.541 She and George Lemuel Howard were divorced circa 1911 at New Brunswick. She married Vertie Clarence Godsoe. She married John Everett Hussey on 29 Apr 1944 at South Devon, York Co, New Brunswick.542 She died on 31 May 1967 at Ashland, Grafton Co, New Hampshire, at age 72.

Children of Annie Beatrice7 Hickey and George Lemuel Howard were:

There were no children of Annie Beatrice7 Hickey and the unknown spouse mentioned above.

Children of Annie Beatrice7 Hickey and Vertie Clarence Godsoe were:

There were no children of Annie Beatrice7 Hickey and John Everett Hussey.

67. DOROTHY MAY7 HEPBURN (Jennie6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 19 Mar 1915 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California.548 She married Al Edmundson in Jun 1937 at Las Vegas, NV. She died on 28 Sep 1978 at Granada Hills, Los Angeles Co, California, at age 63. She was buried at Oakland, Alameda Co, California.

Children of Dorothy May7 Hepburn and Al Edmundson are as follows:

68. LYDIA LAVINA7 HEPBURN (Jennie6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 25 Jul 1920 at Oregon. She married Larry Kanaly, son of Lawrence A. Kanaly, on 14 Feb 1942. She died on 10 Mar 2006 at Los Angeles Co, California, at age 85.549

Children of Lydia Lavina7 Hepburn and Larry Kanaly are:

69. DONALD LANE7 LOUGHERY (Emily6 Lane, Amanda5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)550 was born on 20 Aug 1897 at California.551 He married Frances C. (--?--).552 He died on 6 Jan 1959 at Los Angeles Co, California, at age 61.550
He appeared on the census of 4 Apr 1930 at Pasadena, Los Angeles Co, California.552

Children of Donald Lane7 Loughery and Frances C. (--?--) are:

70. WALTER SETH7 DALEY (David6, William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 26 Nov 1882 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.235 He was baptized on 24 Dec 1899 at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; The church clerk for Tabernacle Baptist sent me this information in 1980. He married Miriam Ella Tucker on 22 May 1907 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Walter was a weaver at the time of marriage and a Baptist. Miriam was a Methodist.554 He died in 1973.555

Children of Walter Seth7 Daley and Miriam Ella Tucker both born at 57 Somerset, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, were as follows:

71. ARTHUR ALLAN7 DALEY (David6, William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 26 Nov 1886 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.235 He married Katherine Gaulton on 24 Feb 1920 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.560 He died circa 1961 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.561
He was also known as Allan Arthur Daley.

Children of Arthur Allan7 Daley and Katherine Gaulton were as follows:

72. HOLLIS CUSHING7 DALEY (David6, William5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 28 Mar 1894 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.562 He married Greta Leora Garnett, daughter of Alexander Garnett and Elizabeth Gorman, on 29 Jul 1920.563 He died on 29 Mar 1973 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 79.564 He was buried at Cedar Hill, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.564
As of after 28 Mar 1894, he was also known as Florrie Cushing Daley according to the birth record at PANB.562

Children of Hollis Cushing7 Daley and Greta Leora Garnett were as follows:

73. STANLEY AVERY7 SMITH (Carrie6 Lane, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 19 Oct 1903 at Amherst, Cumberland Co, Nova Scotia.94 He married Aldena Cordelia Pye on 29 May 1929 at Amherst, Cumberland Co, Nova Scotia.94 He died on 26 Sep 1968 at Truro, Nova Scotia, at age 64.94

Children of Stanley Avery7 Smith and Aldena Cordelia Pye are as follows:

74. LAURA LOUISE7 LANE (Frederick6, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 18 Jul 1905.296 She married Fred Marsters.569 She died in 1998.

Children of Laura Louise7 Lane and Fred Marsters are as follows:

75. WALTER LAWRENCE7 LANE (Frederick6, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 27 Aug 1910 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.571 He married Helena Marion Cohoon, daughter of Frederick Cohoon and Leila Mosher, on 24 May 1930 at Hantsport, Nova Scotia.572 He died on 4 Oct 1985 at Berwick, Kings Co, Nova Scotia, at age 75.92
He was also known as Budd Lane.296

Children of Walter Lawrence7 Lane and Helena Marion Cohoon were as follows:

76. FREDA MARGARET7 REID (Roberta6 Lane, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 21 Jan 1901 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.94 She married J. Ross Cameron on 19 Jan 1926.94 She died on 3 Sep 1957 at age 56.94

Children of Freda Margaret7 Reid and J. Ross Cameron were as follows:

77. JAMES FREDERICK7 REID (Roberta6 Lane, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 6 Mar 1903 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.94 He married Edith Margaret Hopkins on 15 Aug 1928 at Providence, Providence Co, Rhode Island.94 He died on 6 Oct 1976 at West Falmouth, Barnstable Co, Massachusetts, at age 73.94

Children of James Frederick7 Reid and Edith Margaret Hopkins are as follows:

78. MARJORIE CONSTANCE ISABEL7 LATIMER (Winnifred6 Lane, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 23 Aug 1904 at 160 Wright Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.94 She was baptized on 2 Mar 1919 at St Mary's Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She married George Merville Dykeman on 23 Aug 1930 at Germain Street Baptist Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.92 She died on 30 Jun 2000 at Dr. Snow Center, Hampton, Kings Co, New Brunswick, at age 95.94

Children of Marjorie Constance Isabel7 Latimer and George Merville Dykeman are:

79. EDITH PEARL7 LANE (William6, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)574 was born on 26 Jul 1915 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.575 She married Clarence Allen Dunham, son of Samuel Corey Dunham and Carrie Lavinia Bonnell, on 14 Jun 1941 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.576

Children of Edith Pearl7 Lane and Clarence Allen Dunham were as follows:

80. GEORGE E.7 FREEZE (Sadie6 Daley, David5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)579 was born on 19 Aug 1905 at Lubec, Washington Co, Maine.580 He married Gertrude Edna Robinson on 7 May 1942 at Eastport, Washington Co, Maine.581 He died on 8 Aug 1982 at Brookline, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts, at age 76.
He appeared on the census of 1940 at Eastport, Washington Co, Maine; George Freeze, 34, Maurice, 1 and Millison, 7; Edmund Daily, 60, his uncle, and Dolly Smith, 34, lodger. George was listed as married.580

Children of George E.7 Freeze and Gertrude Edna Robinson are as follows:

Children of George E.7 Freeze include:

81. HAROLD LEONARD7 DALEY (James6, William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)585 was born on 7 Jul 1904 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.586 He married Gladys Florence Wilson on 7 Dec 1937 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.587 He died on 21 Dec 1953 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 49; The entry at the cemetery indicates death was 22 Dec 1953.588 He was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.589
As of 1911, he was also known as Henry Daley.590

Children of Harold Leonard7 Daley and Gladys Florence Wilson are:

82. SARAH ELIZABETH7 DALEY (James6, William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)591 was born on 4 Feb 1906 at 40 Middle Street, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.592 She married Clarence Edward Godsoe on 22 Sep 1925 at Belmont, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.593
As of 1906, she was also known as Sadie Daley.594
     On 8 Mar 1941, Clarence made a Declaration of Intention to become a US citizen at the Federal court at Boston. He was then 40 years old, with black hair, 5'9" tall, weighing 150 pounds. He indicated he had arrived in the states at Boston on 13 May 1925. He also gave dates of his birth, marriage and the births and names of his three children.593


Children of Sarah Elizabeth7 Daley and Clarence Edward Godsoe all born at Belmont, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, were as follows:

Generation Eight



83. HARTLEY STERLING8 WOOD (Joseph7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 19 Sep 1907 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.597 He married Nora Robichaud, daughter of William Robichaud and Marie Goodin, on 30 Jun 1931 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Hartley was 24 years old, Baptist and was living at 351 Rothsay Avenue, Saint John. He was a shipper. Nora was 21 years old, Catholic and a housekeeper, living at 27 Wellington Row. She was born at Chatham.598 He died on 6 Aug 1992 at St Joseph's Hospital, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick, at age 84.599 He was buried on 8 Aug 1992 at Fernhill Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.599
Hartley Wood was employed by Crosby Molasses as its plant manager for 51 years before he retired in 1974. He was a member of the Carleton Royal Arch No. 1, York Right of Masonic Lodge, NB Lodge No. 22 Free and Accepted Masons, preceptory 3A Demolay, and Luxor Shrine Saint John Council No. 1, R and S.M. He also worked for the Corps of Commissionaires after his retirement.600

Children of Hartley Sterling8 Wood and Nora Robichaud are as follows:

84. MARGARET ELAINE8 WOOD (Joseph7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 11 Apr 1914.487 She married Kenneth Allan Northrup on 25 Aug 1941 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.601 She died after 2001 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.
She lived in 1992 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.

Children of Margaret Elaine8 Wood and Kenneth Allan Northrup are as follows:

85. WILLIAM RAYMOND EVERETT8 WOOD (Joseph7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 17 Sep 1916 at Rothesay Avenue, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.488 He married Margaret Florence Hamilton on 17 Jul 1937 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.603 He died on 21 Mar 1987 at Moncton Hospital, Moncton, Westmorland Co, New Brunswick, at age 70.604 He was buried on 24 Mar 1987 at Fairhaven Memorial Gardens, Moncton, Westmorland Co, New Brunswick.604

Children of William Raymond Everett8 Wood and Margaret Florence Hamilton are:

86. DONALD JUDSON8 WOOD (Stanley7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 21 Aug 1918 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.605 He married Shirley Margaret Dean, daughter of Thomas Edward Dean and Mildred Eva Scott, on 25 Aug 1951 at First Federated Church, Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.497 He died on 13 Oct 1956 at Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts, at age 38; Don's cause of death was acute coronary thrombosis. He had told my mother he was tired during my birthday party and went in to lie down.606 He was buried at Forestvale Cemetery, Hudson, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.
Donald graduated from Hudson High School in Jun 1937.497 On 15 Nov 1940, He was living at home, 92 Manning Street in Hudson. The phone number was 751M. He was employed by Lointe Machine Tool Company on Tower Street. At age 22, e was 5'9" tall and weighed 155 lbs. He gave his mother, Ella May Wood as is contact.607 Donald enlisted in the US Navy Air Corps on 15 December 1942 and was an Aviation Machinist's Mate, Third Class when discharged on 26 Jan 1946. He had received a World War II Victory Medal.7 Donald was a precision grinder for Lapointe Machine Tool Co. in Hudson, Massachusetts. He was extremely active in the affairs of the First Federated Church, just as his father had been.
     Donald was remembered in the First Federated Church bulletin on 21 Oct 1956: Our hearts have been deeply saddened by the sudden passing of our good friend and brother, Donald Wood, on Saturday, October 13th. Don was a true Christian at home, among his many friends, and in his service to his Church. He was chairman of the Finance Committee, a member of the Property Committee and Secretary of the Men's Club. Because of the faithfulness of his service he leaves a large gap to be filled in the life and work of our Church. Our most sincere sympathy is extended to his bereaved family.497


Children of Donald Judson8 Wood and Shirley Margaret Dean are:

87. EVELYN RUTH8 WOOD (Stanley7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 12 Apr 1923 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. She married Nicholas Edward Doyle Jr., son of Nicholas Edward Doyle and Helen E. Eberle, on 7 May 1955 at Martha Mary Chapel, Sudbury, Middlesex Co, Massachusetts.502 She died on 28 Feb 1991 at Boston, Suffolk Co, Massachusetts, at age 67.

Children of Evelyn Ruth8 Wood and Nicholas Edward Doyle Jr. are as follows:

88. AUDREY MAY WOOD8 DAVIDSON (Lillian7 Wood, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)608 was born on 1 Nov 1911 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.609 She married Nicolai Larsen on 20 Jun 1931 at Edith Avenue Baptist Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Nicolai was aged 22 years and a mechanic, while Audrey was 19. Both were Baptists living in East Saint John.185 She married Emerson Ward Benson on 15 Aug 1962 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; Emerson, 47, had been divorced as of December 1961, and Audrey, 50, was a widow. They were both Baptist.610 She died on 7 Aug 1980 at 176 Douglas Avenue, Fort St. John Dawson Creek, British Columbia, at age 68; "The death of Mrs. Audrey Benson, wife of Emerson W. Benson of 176 Douglas Avenue occurred at Fort St. John Dawson Creek, B.C., on Thursday. Born in Saint John, daughter of the late Harris and Lillian (Wood) Davidson she had been a life-long resident this city, and had been an adherent of Portland United Church. Twice married, she was predeceased by her first husband, Nicholai Larsen, in 1944. She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Esther, Mrs. R. Ivan O'Connor of Saint John; Marie Albino Despres of Moncton, June Mrs John Armstrong of Taylor, B.C.; two sons, W. Holgar (Sonny) Larsen of North Bay, Ont.; Richard W. Benson of Toronto; two brothers, William of Saint John; and Beaumont of Montreal; one sister Bessie Sherwood of East Riverside, 10 grandchildren, several great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. The body is resting at Brenan's Funeral Home, 111 Paradise Row. The funeral will be held from Brenan's Chapel Monday with service at 11 a.m. Interment will take place at Greenwood Cemetery. Visiting hours 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday".611 She was buried on 11 Aug 1980 at Greenwood Cemetery, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.611

There were no children of Audrey May Wood8 Davidson and Nicolai Larsen.

Children of Audrey May Wood8 Davidson and Emerson Ward Benson were as follows:

89. BEAUMONT DALEY8 DAVIDSON (Lillian7 Wood, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)612 was born on 22 Jul 1917 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick. He married Anna May Harrison on 30 Aug 1941 at Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick.612 He died on 3 Oct 2002 at Edmonton, Alberta, at age 85;
     DAVIDSON, BEAUMONT DALY - Beaumont Daly Davidson of Edmonton, passed away on October 3, 2002. Beaumont is survived by his wife Anna Mae and his daughter Betty Ann (Peter) Little. Cremation has taken place. Hainstock's Funeral Home and Crematorium (780) 440-2999.
613


Children of Beaumont Daley8 Davidson and Anna May Harrison were:

90. WILLIAM CHARLES8 WOOD (William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) was born on 6 May 1922 at Saint John Co, New Brunswick.614 He married Peggy Mary Ingram, daughter of Arthur Ingram and Doris Burgess, on 1 Oct 1942 at Saint Luke's Church, Saint John, Saint John Co, New Brunswick; William was aged 20, a soldier with the New Brunswick Rangers. Peggy was aged 19, and an office clerk. At the time of marriage he was living at Loch Lomand and she was at 69 Elm St, Saint John. They were both members of the Church of England.615 He died on 10 Oct 2000 at New Brunswick at age 78.616

Children of William Charles8 Wood and Peggy Mary Ingram are as follows:

91. NORMA ALBERTINA8 WOOD (William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Norma Albertina8 Wood and Donald Claudius Huestis were as follows:

92. JEAN LOIS8 CROZIER (Violet7 Wood, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Jean Lois8 Crozier and Roy Kelso McLeod are as follows:

93. STEVEN FRANCIS8 KANALY (Lydia7 Hepburn, Jennie6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Steven Francis8 Kanaly and Brent Elizabeth Power are as follows:

94. ALICE LOUISE8 LANE (Walter7, Frederick6, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)570 was born on 1 Sep 1931 at Hantsport, Hants Co, Nova Scotia.296 She married John Duncan Smith on 22 Jul 1954 at Kentville, Kings Co, Nova Scotia.296 She died on 19 May 1999 at Kentville, Kings Co, Nova Scotia, at age 67.296

Children of Alice Louise8 Lane and John Clarke are:

Children of Alice Louise8 Lane and John Duncan Smith are as follows:

95. FREDA MARION8 LANE (Walter7, Frederick6, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)570 is still living.

Children of Freda Marion8 Lane and Kenneth Alan McMahon are as follows:

96. LOUISE ELIZABETH8 LANE (Walter7, Frederick6, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)570 is still living.

Children of Louise Elizabeth8 Lane and Garnet Dean Parker were as follows:

97. MARCIA GAIL8 DYKEMAN (Marjorie7 Latimer, Winnifred6 Lane, Isabella5 Daley, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)337 is still living.

Children of Marcia Gail8 Dykeman and Joseph Ward Donahue were:

98. JUNE BEVERLY8 DALEY (Harold7, James6, William5, Henry4, Joseph3, David2, John1)619 is still living.

There were no children of June Beverly8 Daley and Leonard Snow.

Children of June Beverly8 Daley and John McLaughlin are:

Generation Nine



99. PAMELA JOYCE9 WOOD (Donald8, Stanley7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Pamela Joyce9 Wood and Randolph Stephen Waugh are as follows:

100. LAURIE RUTH9 DOYLE (Evelyn8 Wood, Stanley7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Laurie Ruth9 Doyle and Martin W. Pozefsky are as follows:

101. CAROLYN9 WOOD (William8, William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)617 is still living.

Children of Carolyn9 Wood and Edward "Buddy" George are as follows:

102. NANCY ANN9 WOOD (William8, William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)617 is still living.

Children of Nancy Ann9 Wood and Frank McCaffrey are as follows:

103. DONNA LEEANN9 HUESTIS (Norma8 Wood, William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)617 was born on 11 Sep 1947.614 She married William Casey on 4 Apr 1965.614 She died on 8 Jan 2007 at Barrie, Ontario, at age 59.620 She was buried on 10 Jan 2007 at Ontario.620

Children of Donna LeeAnn9 Huestis and William Casey are as follows:

104. MYRNA LUCILLE9 HUESTIS (Norma8 Wood, William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)617 is still living.

Children of Myrna Lucille9 Huestis and John Bryan Dykeman are as follows:

105. VINCENT LAWRENCE9 HUESTIS (Norma8 Wood, William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)617 is still living.

Children of Vincent Lawrence9 Huestis and Marjorie Fraser are as follows:

106. RICHARD LESLIE9 HUESTIS (Norma8 Wood, William7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1)617 is still living.

Children of Richard Leslie9 Huestis and Nancy Jean Plummer are:

Generation Ten



107. JESSE WOOD10 WAUGH (Pamela9 Wood, Donald8, Stanley7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Jesse Wood10 Waugh and Brittany Willey are:

108. MEREDITH ANN10 POZEFSKY (Laurie9 Doyle, Evelyn8 Wood, Stanley7, Eveline6 Daley, Joseph5, David4, Joseph3, David2, John1) is still living.

Children of Meredith Ann10 Pozefsky and Nicholas Daniel Decelle are:




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