Eleventh Generation
Family of Sophia Permelia Cecilia Zwicker (303) & Ingram Langille
563. Milledge Alvah Langille (Sophia Permelia Cecilia Zwicker10, Caroline Weinacht9, Johann Peter8, Catherine Barbara Kraft7, Anna Maria Ramichen6, Anna Margaretha Uhrig5, Johann Wendel4, Nicolaus3, Henrich2, Johannes (Hans) Urich1). Born on 4 Nov 1866 in Lower New Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Milledge Alvah died in Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia, on 21 Aug 1939; he was 72.10 Buried on 23 Aug 1939 in Dayspring, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Occupation: Workman.

Milledge Langille died from cholæmia and carcinoma of the pancreas.
On 21 Apr 1896 Milledge Alvah married Florence M. Leary, daughter of Stephen Leary & Mary Ann Mullock, in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Born on 5 Feb 1873 in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Florence M. died in Bridgewater, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia, on 8 May 1941; she was 68.10 Buried on 10 May 1941 in Dayspring, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10

The 1900 United States federal census states that Milledge and Florence Langille resided at 89 Crescent Street, Newton, Massachusetts. They rented their home. Florence Langille had not given birth to any children by 1900. Milledge Langille was a wood turner. He immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1886 and was not naturalized. Florence Langille He immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1896 and was not naturalized. (T623-664, Massachusetts, Middlesex Co., ED 901, Newton ward 4, p. 1A)

Millege and Florence Langille resided at Victoria Road, Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia accordiung to the 1911 Canadian federal census. Their sister-in-law Nellie West lived in the household. Millege Langille was a turner. The family were Baptists. (RG 31-C-1, 1911, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 49-5, Bridgewater North, p. 8)

According to the 1921 Canadian federal census, Milledge and Florence Langille resided at Pleasant Street, Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. They owned their home. Milledge Langille was a turner. He may have been blind as that word is written beside his name. They were Baptists. (RG 31-C-1, 1921, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 61-21, Bridgewater, p. 14)

Florence Langille died from carcinoma of the breast.
They had no children.
564. Amynella Clestia Langille (Sophia Permelia Cecilia Zwicker10, Caroline Weinacht9, Johann Peter8, Catherine Barbara Kraft7, Anna Maria Ramichen6, Anna Margaretha Uhrig5, Johann Wendel4, Nicolaus3, Henrich2, Johannes (Hans) Urich1). Born on 14 Dec 1868 in New Cornwall, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Amynella Clestia died in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia, on 21 Jan 1954; she was 85.10 Buried on 24 Jan 1954 in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10
On 5 Feb 1895 Amynella Clestia married Arthur Whellock Fraser, son of James Fraser & Charlotte Whellock, in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Born on 13 Sep 1865 in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Arthur Whellock died in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia, on 15 Mar 1954; he was 88.10 Buried on 17 Mar 1954 in Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Occupation: Seaman.
They had the following children:
943i.
944ii.
Ingram (1898-)
565. Jeannette (Janet) Langille (Sophia Permelia Cecilia Zwicker10, Caroline Weinacht9, Johann Peter8, Catherine Barbara Kraft7, Anna Maria Ramichen6, Anna Margaretha Uhrig5, Johann Wendel4, Nicolaus3, Henrich2, Johannes (Hans) Urich1). Born on 11 Nov 1870 in Blockhouse, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.39,10 Jeannette (Janet) died in Camden, Knox Co., Maine, in Apr 1971; she was 100.39
On 13 Sep 1898 Jeannette (Janet) married Judson Benson, son of Manly Benson & Ruth Kendall, in Conquerall, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.10 Born on 23 Dec 1858 in West Dalhousie, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia.53 Judson died in Amesbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts, in 1929; he was 70.37 Occupation: Blacksmith.

The 1880 United States federal census states the Judson Benson resided at Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was a boarder in the household of Geo. and Mary Runnels. Judson Benson was a carriage blacksmith. He was from Nova Scotia. (T9-528, Massachusetts, Essex Co., ED 172, Salisbury, p. 370A)

Judson Benson was living in Amesbury, Massachusetts at the time of marriage in 1898.

According to the 1900 United States federal census, Judson and Janet Benson with [his] two children resided at 31 Prospect Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts. They owned their home on which they had a mortgage. Janet Benson had not given birth to any children by 1900. Judson Benson was a carriage blacksmith. Judson and Leslie Benson immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1887 and were not naturalized. Janet Benson immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1898 and was not naturalized. (T623-640, Massachusetts, Essex Co., ED 248, Amesbury, p. 12A)

The 1910 United States federal census states that Judson and Janet Benson with two daughters resided at 31 Prospect Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts. They owned their home mortgage free. Janet Benson had given birth to one child by 1910 who was still living. Judson Benson was a blacksmith in the carriage industry. He immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1881 and was naturalized. Janet Benson immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1889 and was naturalized. (T624-580, Massachusetts, Essex Co., ED 261, Amesbury, p. 3B)

Judson and Janette Benson with an adult daughter resided at 31 Prospect Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts according to the 1920 United States federal census. They owned their home mortgage free. Judson Benson was a blacksmith in an automobile factory. He immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1887 and was naturalized in 1903. Janet Benson immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1889 and was naturalized in 1903. (T625-688, Massachusetts, Essex Co., ED 5, Amesbury, p. 5A)

The 1930 United States federal census states that the widow Janet Benson resided at 55 Prospect Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts. She owned her home which was valued at USD 3000.00. She owned a radio set. Janet Benson immigrated to the United States from Canada in 1889 and was naturalized. (T626-894, Massachusetts, Essex Co., ED 2, Amesbury, p. 16A)

According to the 1940 United States federal census, the widow Janet Benson resided at 55 Prospect Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts. She owned her home which was valued at USD 8000.00. Janet Benson immigrated to the United States from Canada. (T627-1577, Massachusetts, Essex Co., ED 5-3, Amesbury, p. 1B)
They had one child:
945i.
Caroline Ruth (1901-1993)
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