Many emigrated to the US, and never fully integrated there, either, being unaccepted by the Americans. They had four more children, Alexander, twins Willis and Joseph and Frank. A gloom has been cast over this community by the sudden death of Mr. The deceased was born at Kempt, Hants County, 43 years ago, but removed with his parents when small, quite near his late home. Mc Dougall have been called to part with loved ones, two sons and one daughter having died some years ago and now their eldest and last remaining son. She was the daughter of Edwin and Margaret Wardrope. Walter had a sister Marion who lived in the Annapolis Valley.). They returned to Milford Station in 1929, and they worked for a few years at lumber camps, she as the camp cook. John Roy died in Milford Station, Hants Co., NS, on ; he was 64. He died suddenly of a brain aneurysm while at work at the Imperial Oil refinery in Dartmouth, NS. Helen Martha died in Milford Station, Hants Co., NS, on ; she was 13. When he moved to Massachusetts he may have worked with or for Katherines father. Robert Mc Mullen, age 20, is in the 1871 census of Upper Stewiacke, living with widow Catherine, ae 63, Florence, ae 16, and George, ae 23.
Thus the Scots-Irish in both New England and in Ulster were easy targets for British recolonization of Nova Scotia after the Expulsion of the Acadians, and numerous Scots-Irish families arrived in the 1770s, 1780s, and 1790s. In 1893, Alexander and Jessie were received into membership of the Vernon Methodist Church, by letter from their previous church. Alexander Mc Dougall of Guysborough Road, which occured at his fathers home on November 15th. Mc Dougall had been ailing for some time but his illness was not thought to be serious until Nov. He leaves a wife and one daughter, aged parents and four sisters to mourn the loss of a loving husband and father, a devoted son, and a kind brother. Three sisters: Jamina and Mildred of California and Jean of Mass., 5 brothers: Chester, Gull Lake; James and Everett of Milford, George of Conn., and Lewis of California. Eleanor Blanch died in Milford Station, Hants Co., NS, on ; she was 88. Laura Long, age 19, is in the houshold of George and Rachel Slocumb, Malden, 1900 (dau. She opened the Tea Cozy restaurant in Milford Station, which operated for many years. On when John Roy was 34, he married Sarah "Hazel" Wright, daughter of George Davenport Wright (-) & Frances Ann Fraser (-), in Halifax, N. Buried in Gays River United Church Cemetery, Edna Glidden lived in Derry, N. She wrote to EMG later on to say she was moving to Tulsa, Oka to live with her only son Lloyd. The surname on the marriage certificate is Mc Dough, d/o John and Bridget, but there are no Mc Doughs in Boston that match. Molly Moore was the inspiration for the Molly Appeal ( the annual charitable campaign for the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation. They are again found in the 1881 census of Upper Stewiacke, Catherine Mc Mullen, ae 73, widowed, Margaret, ae 35, George, ae 33, Robert, ae 31.
Archibald Mc Mullen of Antrim, Ireland settled Antrim, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia, in 1821. Sincere sympathy is extended to the surviving members of the family, the daughter Flora (Mrs. He accepted a position with the International Nickel Co. Emma had Multiple Sclerosis (they called it creeping paralysis).
Many of his descendents stayed in the Musquodoboit Valley, at least for a generation or two, except for son Hugh, who settled in Truro, Colchester County. Chester Wardrope) of Ottawa, sons Alex of Milford and Guy of Gull Lake Saskatchewan, who was unable to be present but who telephoned the family on Thursday. March 3, 1929 Windsor, NS), res at time of marriage New Antrim. of Canada in Copper Cliff, Ontario, and has continued in the employ of that company to the present. She was mentally alert, but could not wald for many years and near the end could not turn the pages of her book. Frank Christie died in Truro, Colchester Co., NS, on ; he was 65. Residence: Truro (1921); 70 Smith Ave., Truro, 1955.
Archibald had 6 children, the five above named sons, plus a daughter Mary, mentioned in his will. She was born in Charlottetown Prince Edward Island. On when Lewis Edmund was 23, he married Harriett Edith Rhind, daughter of Clifford Warren Rhind & Odessa May Ethel Kent (1884-1954). He has been recognized for outstanding teaching and research and in 1995 was named a Fellow of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Elizabeth Maud Patricia second married Archibald Cecil Mc Culloch (144) , son of Archibald Foster Mc Culloch (-) & Frances (Fannie) Robbins Mc Mullen (80) (-). B.; son, Bruce (Sheila), Truro; grandchildren, Glynis and Jennifer Watts, both of Toronto, John and Alison Watts, both of Saint John, N. My grandfather (Ralph) ran away from home at age 16 and joined the Navy. He is now 88 years old, and lives here with our family. Its nice to find more history on the Mc Mullen side. OK now you have that much, I was born December, 1955. (Source: Ruth Davison)George Mc Mullen (sic) is found in the 1891 census of Salmon River, as is brother Robert.
A family story is that the Mc Mullens travelled to Nova Scotia with the Redmond, Mc Fetridge, Henderson, and Mc Gunnigal families, all from Antrim. She married Alexander Joseph Mc Mullen when she was sixteen years old. I havent placed Raymond Warren Mc Mullin yet, but he is perhas a grandson of Horris. March 3, 1929 Windsor, NS), res at time of marriage New Antrim. A specialist in the administration of criminal justice, he has published extensively on such topics as prosecution, courts, and corrections. B., Heather Ettinger, Crowes Mills, David Kitchen, North River, Peter Kitchen, Halifax; eight great-grandchildren; nieces, Keltie (Allan) Bruce, Truro, Megan Girouard, Petite Riviere, Charles Munro, Vancouver. Apparently he had to get more than 100 miles away from home to find a recruiter he wasnt related to, as he had to lie about his age to join. They moved west, first to Arizona, then ultimately to Central California. In 1858 when Elizabeth was 21, she married Jacob Lynds Wright, son of John Wright (-) & Sarah Lynds (-), in Musquodoboit, NS. George Mc Mullen 41, Marjory 29, Duncan 4, Frank 2, Julia M. The 1901 census of Salmon River shows, in the same household (Salmon River 196) Rath Wilbert, head, ae 27, b.
116), and also indexed separately at the end of the report (Archibald Mc Mullen family index starts on p. The biography and descendents of Archibald Mc Mullen have been documented by Carol Mc Robb, Terrace, BC, 1990, and we have had many discussions since then. Buried on in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Swift Current, SK (CHRISTUS, Section 122, Plot C, Lot 3). This suggests that the owner will need a helpmeet and rumour says this lack will soon be remedied. I do have some memories of my Uncle Harold & his wife, Aunt Sadie visiting us from the States, There was 19 yrs between him and my father (quite an age difference) I am in awe of my grandmother Clara, being a single mother in 1892 could not have been easy! On when David Edward was 25, he married Carmitta Joy Deyarmond, daughter of Raymond Fulton Deyarmond (-) & Isabel Elizabeth Power (-). It revealed an area in Antrim Ireland where an Archibald Mc Mullon, William Redmond, John Mc Fetrige and a John Mc Fetrish all lived within two to five miles of each other. On when Rachel was 22, she married Alexander Mc Donald in Halifax, Nova Scotia. On when Bessie Isabelle was 20, she first married Harry Burton Snook. Harry Burton died in Truro, Colchester Co., NS, on ; he was 40. The train that Jessie and the children travelled on had no dining car; they had to carry food with them. John Willard died in Trenton, Pictou Co., NS, on ; he was 5. Helenor Jane Dolan died in Antrim, Halifax Co., NS, on ; she was 68. She was employed for a number of years as a cook for Scott Weeks Lumber Yard and the Mic Mac Bar and Grill, Port Wallis. Lavilla was a nurse after she was trained she moved to the US for work and married George. On when William John was 22, he first married Ida Ann Hilchey. Three younger children were born on the Guysborough Road, Michael, Mary and Agnes. They had eight children, Ada, Stanley, Roy Earl, twins Garnet and Gertrude, Vera and Helena. Walter had a sister Marion who lived in the Annapolis Valley. Born in Harrigan Cove, she was a daugher of George and Mary (Worrell) Logan. Prior to her retirement, she was employed as a secretary at CFB Moncton No. Burial in Fairhaven Memorial Gardens., 87, of East Hartland, formerly of Windsor, beloved wife of the late Arthur E. Andrew's UCW and a member of The University Women's Club. My father worked hard and provided for his family the best he could.