Kenneth Stuart Paulsen Ahnentafel / Anetavle / Ancestor Table
Kenneth Stuart Paulsen Ahnentafel / Anetavle / Ancestor Table
Sixth Generation
32. Iver Poulsen Kirkegaard

BirthFeb 1802, Fredsø, Lødderup, Morsø Sønder herred, Thisted amt, Denmark
Death14 Jan 1841, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
Burial26 Jan 1841, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
FatherPoul Iversen Kirkegaard (22 Oct 1769-22 Jan 1853)
MotherJohanne Olesdatter Boÿers (Dec 1765-1 Mar 1845)
SpouseHelvig Kirstine Jensdatter (1 Jul 1806-2 Apr 1877)
Marriage13 Dec 1832, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
33. Helvig Kirstine Jensdatter

Birth1 Jul 1806, Horsfeldt, Bedsted, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark17
Death2 Apr 1877, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
Burial10 Apr 1877, Villerslev, Hassing herred, Thisted amt, Denmark8
FatherJens Nielsen (1765-18 Mar 1827)
MotherAppelone (Abelone) Michelsdatter (Dec 1771-3 Sep 1844)
Witnesses at Hedevig Kirstine Jensdatter's baptismal were Maren Andersdatter of Oxenbol (Oksenbol) village, Verstervig and Jens Jensen, Ole Jensen and Niels Jensen of Bedsted.

Iver Poulsen, his wife Helvig Jensdatter and son Poul Iversen are found in the 1834 Danish census. They resided at Villerslev village and parish, Hassing district, Thisted County. Iver Poulsen was a day labourer (Daglejer).

Iver Poulsen moved to Villerslev with the intent of inheriting the family farm from his Uncle Jens. Jens died in 1839, and Iver inherited the farm. Iver was a day-labourer.

In 1840, the Danish census states that Iver Poulsen Kirkegaard, his wife Helvig Kirstine Jensdatter and their two children resided at Villerslev village and parish, Hassing district, Thisted County. Iver was tenant (indsidder) and day-labourer (dagleier).

Helvig Kirstine Jensdatter, her new husband Lars Chistensen Kirkegaard, her children from her fist marriage, and their children are listed in the 1845 Danish census. They resided at Villerslev village and parish, Hassing district, Thisted County. Lars Christensen was a farmer who held the farm by copyhold (Gaardfæster). They had two farmer-workers: Ane Helene Pedersdatter, age 22 from Snedsted; and Peder Jensen Kirk, age 16 from Skyum.

In 1850 Helvig Kirsten Jensdatter, her husband Lars Chistensen Kirkegaard, her children and their children were enumerated in the Danish census. They resided at Villerslev village and parish, Hassing district, Thisted County. Lars Christensen was a farmer who held the farm by copyhold (Gaardfæster) and was listed as head of household (huusfader). In 1850 they still employed two farmer-workers: Niels Nielsen, age 28 from Hørdum parish, Thisted County; and Ane Catherine Andreasdatter, age 31 from Snedsted parish, Thisted County.

The 1855 the Danish census indicates that Helvig Kirstene Jensdatter, her husband Lars Chistensen Kirkegaard, her daughter Iversine Iversen Kirkegaard, and their five children resided at Villerslev. Lars Christensen was a farmer.

The 1860 the Danish census indicates that Helvig Kirstene Jensdatter, her husband Lars Chistensen Kirkegaard, her daughter Iversine Iversen Kirkegaard, and their four surviving children resided at Villerslev. Lars Christensen was a farmer.

Helvig Kirstine Jensdatter, her husband Laust Christensen, their eldest son and his family resided at Villerslev, Hassing district, Thisted County according to the 1870 Danish census. No occupation was stated for Laust Christensen, but his son Christen Larsen Lirkegaard was a day labourer (Dagleier). Laust Christensen and his son Christen Larsen Kirkegaard were born in the parish. Helvig Kirstine Jensdatter was born at nearby Bedsted parish, Hassing district. Nicolette Andree Poulsen was born at Kåstrup village, Tved parish, Hillerslev district, Thisted County.
34. Thomas Larsen Klit
Birth6 Jan 1788, Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre herred, Dueholm Ørum og Vestervig amt, Denmark18
Death13 Aug 1874, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
Burial21 Aug 1874, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
FatherLaurs (Laurits) Andersen Fægge Klit (abt Feb 1752-17 Apr 1825)
MotherMaren Christensdatter Kold (abt Oct 1756-13 Feb 1827)
OccupationFarmer and miller
Prior to 1816 Peder Hansen Koldkjær owned Skjelsgaard farm. His heirs sold Skjelsgaard in 1816 to Jens Christensen Søegaard who in turn sold the property to Thomas Larsen Klit for 13,000 Danish rigsdaler so that Jens Søegaard's niece Maren Hansdatter Østergaard could stay living on the farm. She had been the wife to Peder Hansen Koldkjær for only one year when he died. She was married to Thomas Larsen Klit when he bought Skjelsgaard.

According to the 1816 Tved marriage records, bachelor Thomas Larsen Klit, owner of Skjelsgaard, age 28, and Maren Hansdatter, widow of deceased Kolkjær at Skjelsgaard, age 31, were married 15 November [1816]. The best men were Jens Christensen Söegaard from Nörtorp and farmer Anders Christensen Smed from Idasminde. Jens Christen Søegaard was present the previous year at the marriage of Maren Hansdatter Østergaard and the prior owner of Skjlesgaard, Peder Hansen Koldjær. Anders Christen Smed was a paternal first cousin of Thomas Larsen Klit and was married to his sister Anne Larsdatter Klit.

In 1834 Thomas Larsen Klit was separated from his wife (separeret fra sin kone) according to the census. He resided at Skjelsgaard in Nørby village, Tved parish, Thisted County. His future wife Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter resided in the same household with his children according to the 1834 Danish census. Dorthe was the housekeeper (husholderske). Also residing in the household was Jens Peter Jensen, a servant farm hand (tjenestekarl).

When Thomas Laren Klit married Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter, the marriage record in the Tved church register referred to Thomas as separated (Separeret Mand). Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter was unmarried.

The 1840 Danish census indicates that Thomas Larsen Klitte and his family resided on a farm in Sønderby village, Tved parish. He was married to Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter. The children from his previous marriage as well as his current marriage resided in the household. Thomas Larsen was described as a farmer who operated the windmill used as a public grist mil (Gaardmand, har en Vindmølle til Offentlig Maling) (presuming a valid translation of the Danish). Also residing in the household were three servants (Tjenestefolk): Peder Christian Mortensen, age 30, Karen Nielsdatter, age 17; and Jens Jensen Thorgaard, age 18.

In 1845 Thomas Larsen and his wife Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter resided at Skjelsgaard in the parish of Tved, Hillerslev district, Thisted County. Thomas Larsen was a miller and a farmer. Apparently the family was doing well because the 1845 census states that there were four servants (Tjenestefolk) in the household: Niels Thomsen age 21 from the parish of Nors; Jens Jensen age 22, Karen Nielsdatter age 21 and Karen Bertelsdatter age 21, all from the parish Ræhr.

The 1850 Danish census states that Thomas Larsen Klitte, his wife Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter, their five children and his two adult sons (from his first marriage) resided at Skjelsdaard, Nørby village, Tved parish, Hillerslev district, Thisted County. Thomas Larsen Klitte was a farm owner (Gaardmand). He presided of a large household including his divorced first wife Maren Hansdatter and her daughter Inger Marie Pedersdatter (who were both maintained at Skjelsberg, part of the Skjelegaards property), a foster son (Pleiesøn) Thomas Peter Andersen, a mill assistant (Møllerkarl) Jens Jensen from neighbouring Ræhr parish, and six farm servants from Tved and neighbouring parishes. Thomas Larsen Klitte was born at Sejerslev, [Morsø Nørre district,] Thisted County. His wife Dorthe Marie Nielsdatter, his seven children from both marriages, and his first wife's daughter were born in the parish. His former wife Maren Hansdatter was born at neighbouring Nors parish.

In 1855 the Danish census states that Thomas Klitte, his wife Dorthe Marie Nielsen and their five children resided at Skjelsgaard, in the parish of Tved, Hillerslev district, Thisted County. Thomas Klitte was born in Sejerslev, Thisted County. His wife and child were born at Tved.

The 1870 Danish census states that Thomas Larsen and his wife Dorthea Marie Nielsen resided at Nordre (Northern) Skjelsgaard, Norby village, Tved parish, Hillerslev district, Thisted County. They were members of their son Jacob Christian Thomsen's household. Thomas Larsen was retired and was born at Sejerslev, Morsø Nørre district, Thisted County. Dorthea Marie Nielsen was born at Norby village in the parish.

In 1880 Dortea Maria Nielsen resided in her son Jacob Thomsen's household at Nørby village, Tved parish, Thisted County. The census states that she was a widow who was under his care (der af ham forsørges).
SpouseDorthea Marie Nielsdatter (Apr 1803-17 Mar 1890)
Marriage2 Jan 1835, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
35. Dorthea Marie Nielsdatter
BirthApr 1803, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark
Death17 Mar 1890, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
Burial26 Mar 1890, Tved, Hillerslev herred, Thisted amt, Denmark5
FatherNiels Jacobsen (abt Sep 1758-18 Jul 1829)
MotherHelene Andersdatter (Jan 1769-24 Dec 1847)
Dorethe Marie Nielsdatter was baptized at Tved on the 2nd Sunday after Easter, 24 April 1803.
36. Anders Svensson Pansar
Birth8 Aug 1796, Stenbacken, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
Death13 Jul 1835, Velinga, Skaraborgs län, Sweden19
Burial26 Jul 1835, Velinga, Skaraborgs län, Sweden19
FatherSven Jonsson Sten (22 Dec 1770-23 Jan 1839)
MotherAnnika Jansdotter (27 Oct 1765-19 Oct 1826)
Occupationsoldier in the Skaraborg Regiment
Andreas Svensson Pansar joined the Swedish Army on 1 August 1815. He served in the Skaraborgs Regiment, Kåkind Company, Krumpekulla Division. On 23 June 1830 he was promoted to the rank of corporal. He was discharged from the army on 8 December 1834. (Centrala Soldatregistret: SK-00-0815-1815: Central Soldatregistret, Skovde, Sweden) Pansar was the military name given to Andreas Svensson upon enlistment. In English, 'pansar' means armour.

In 1818 Anders Pansar was commanded to work on the construction of the Göta Canal. On 10 March 1858 Stina Pantzar applied to the regiment for assistance after a house fire according to documents in the Kåkinds local government archives. He and his family resided at the croft Krumpekella at Norra Fågelås. He had a full share to Krumpekulla and half shares to Ängatorp and Sjöbolet. In December 2004 a survey of the croft showed that the farm was overgrown by a 50-year-old spruce forest and parts of the property were wetlands. (Centrala Soldatregistret, Skövde, Sweden) In June 2006, a new house occupied the site which was part of a golf course.

The name Pansar appears as Pantz and Pantzar in some records.

He died from an accident (olyckshändelse). He was a soldier residing at the soldier's farm according to the parish records at Velinga.
SpouseMaja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter (26 Sep 1803-)
Marriage9 Nov 1821, Norra Fågelås, Skaraborgs län, Sweden10
37. Maja (Maria) Stina Johansdotter
Birth26 Sep 1803, Gränna, Jönköpings län, Sweden20
DeathSweden
FatherJohannes Semon (29 Mar 1784-13 Apr 1826)
MotherMaria Stina Andersdotter Wettergren (3 Aug 1775-5 Apr 1828)
The parish records state that Maja Stina Johannesdotter was born out of wedlock (utomäktenskaplig) in Gränna town to maiden Maria Andersdotter and probable father (trolig fader) Johannes Semon.

The household examination roll of Gränna for 1815-1820 states Maja Stina Johannesdotter was at Fågelås with relatives.

The Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1811-1824 states that from 1815 to 1824, Anders Pantz lived at Krumpekullen Soldat Torp after moving their from his parent’s household at Sköttetorp. Upon marriage in 1821, his wife Maja Stina Johanessdotter joined him there. Their first child was born at the croft in 1822. Maja Stina Johannesdotter lived at Stora Almahagen Torp in the household of Jonas Andersson from 1820 to 1821. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1811-1824, pp. 86, 164)

The Norra Fågelås household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1824-1836 states that from 1824 to 1835, Anders Pantz and his family lived at Soldatetorpet near Nybygge and Krumpekullen. Their children were all born at this croft. The examination roll indicates that in 1835 the family moved to nearby Daretorp parish. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Husförhörslängder 1824-1836, p. 97)

The migration register of Norra Fågelås records that Corporal Anders Pantz, wife Maja Stine Johansdotter left the parish on 4 April 1835. They had lived at Krumpekullen torp and were moving to the parish of Daretorp. The register records that Andrs Pantz and the children were born in the parish and that Maja Stine Johansdotter was born in Gränna. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1826-1852)

The migration register of people moving to and from Daretorp records that Corporal Anders Pantz from Fågelås arrived in Daretorp parish on 1 April 1835. His wife Maria Stina Johansdotter and their four children were with him. (Skaraborgs län, Daretorp: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1813-1816 and 1818-1845)

On 26 February 1836, the widow Mara Stina Jonsdotter with her four children left Daretorp. The family was moving to the parish of Norra Fågelås. (Skaraborgs län, Daretorp: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1813-1816 and 1818-1845)

The widowed Maja Stina Johansdotter and her four children reurned to Norra Fågelås from Daretorp on 26 February 1836. She had been born in the parish of Gränna. The children were born in Norra Fågelås according to the migration register. The family moved to Hallabo torp in the parish of Norra Fågelas. (Skaraborgs län, Norra Fågelås: Inflyttning och Utflyttning, 1826-1852)
38. Johannes Olofsson Sandelin
Birth1 Nov 1805, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
Death4 Nov 1864, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
FatherOlof Kristiansson (16 Feb 1769-17 Mar 1810)
MotherCajsa Pettersdotter (13 May 1774-3 Jun 1826)
Occupationsoldier, tailor
Johannes Olofsson was born at Måsängen crofter's holding, Björnö, Gillberga.

The household examination rolls of 1811-1815, 1816-1820, and 1821-1825 indicate that Johannes Olofsson was a ward of the parish (rotehjon) at Bjornö, Gillberga from 1814-1822. The 1821-1825 household examination roll indicates that in 1822 Johannes Olofsson left Gillberga for Carlstad (modern Karlstad). The departures register (Utflyttningslängder) of Gillberga records that Johannes Olsson left Björnö croft for the Carlstad in 1822.

Fältjäg 35 år Johan Sandelin Gålsvik married 14 Feb 1841 P 25 år Kajsa Jonsdotter Sandåna under Björnö

The Gillberga parish household examination roll (Husförhörslängder) for 1846 to 1850 indicates that Johannes Sandelin, his wife Kajsa Jonasdotter and their three daughters resided at Odenstad Blå Porten, Gillberga from 1847 to 1849 after which they moved to Vestra Spektorpet, So. Garndalen, Speke, Gillberga. Johannes Sandelin was recorded as a discharged rifle man (Fältjäg) and a tailor (Skräddare). Kajsa Jonasdotter was born in nearby Grums parish while Johannes Sandelin and the children were born in Gillberga parish. (Gillberga: Husförhörslängder 1846-1850, pp. 300 and 542)

Johannes Sandelin, his wife Kajsa Jonasdotter andf their four children continued to resided at Vestra Spektorpet, Speke, Gillberga into 1851. Johannes Sandelin was recorded as a discharged rifle man (Fältjäg). The family resided at N. Högsäter, Gillberga from 1851 to 1852 after which they moved to Fyknas (Fögnäs), Gillberga in 1853. From 1853 to 1855 the family resided at Skjeggebol (Skäggebol), Gillberga where the youngest child Olof Peter Sandelin died in May 1854. Brita Kajsa Sandelin resided separately from the her parents at Elfvik, Gillberga from 1854 to 1855 at which point she returned to Skjeggebol. while her sister was a ward of the parish (Rotehjon) at N. Högsäter during the same period. (Gillberga: Husförhörslängder 1851-1855, pp. 168, 169, 341, 344, 422, and 429)
SpouseKajsa Jonasdotter (10 Sep 1815-29 Aug 1891)
Marriage14 Feb 1841, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden
39. Kajsa Jonasdotter
Birth10 Sep 1815, Grums, Värmlands län, Sweden21
Death29 Aug 1891, Gillberga, Värmlands län, Sweden11
FatherJonas Jonsson (10 Jun 1784-3 Aug 1853)
MotherBrita Pehrsdotter (Aug 1785-17 Jun 1855)
The arrival (Inflyttningslängder) records of Gillberga indicate that maiden Kajsa Jonasdotter came into the parish from Grums on 27 October 1840. She was born in 1815.

Kajsa Sandelin appears in the 1890 Swedish census. She was a widow who was supported by the parish (Rotehjon). She resided at the parsonage (Prestgården) at Gillberga, Värmlands län. She was born at Grums, Värmland.
40. James White (Wight)
Birth1822, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
Death1886, Kings Co., Nova Scotia22
BurialGreenwood, Kings Co., Nova Scotia
FatherAndrew White (abt 1780-2 Feb 1873)
MotherElizabeth Demon (1785/1787-28 Jan 1873)
Note: Birth date of 1822 for James White is based upon gravestone inscription at Greenwood Cemetery. His age as stated in the 1871 census places his birth date about 1817.

James White appears in the 1861 Nova Scotia census (Lunenburg, polling district 9, abstract 2, Bridgewater).

James White and family appear in the 1871 federal census (Lunenburg 195-B2, pp. 76-77 [house 226, family 242.). All members of the family were born in Nova Scotia according to the census. James was a farmer, and the family was listed as being Baptist. James and the children are listed as being of Irish background while his wife Margaret is listed as being of English background. James could read but not write, while Margaret was illiterate. He owned 150 acres of land of which 100 were listed as occupied, 25 as improved and 10 in pasture. He additionally owned 1 house, 1 waggon/sled, 2 other horned cattle, and 12 sheep. In terms of agricultural production, the farm produced 15 bushels of barley, 25 bushels of rye, 2 bushels of buckwheat, 30 bushels of potatoes, 4 tons of hay, 15 lbs of wool and 19 yards of cloth. Also 2 sheep and 1 swine were slaughtered.

James White appears in the 1881 federal census (Kings 17-J1, pp. 11-12). They resided in Aylesford, Nova Scotia. He is listed as farmer having been born in New Brunswick [although previous records have stated Nova Scotia]. The family is listed as Baptist, of Irish background, and having been born in Nova Scotia. Marriage records of the younger children indicate that after about 1873 they lived in Harmony, Kings Co., N.S. which is about 6 kilometres south of Aylesford, N.S.

Margaret White is found in the 1891 federal census (Kings 37-21 Kingston, p. 23). She was widow. Her children Stephen and Georgia White resided with her. The census states that her parents were born in the United States which is inconsistent with other records. The family were Baptists. Stephen White was a farmer labourer and his sister Georgia was a house maid.
SpouseMary Ann Lintlop (5 Mar 1821-abt 1854)
Marriageabt 1842
41. Mary Ann Lintlop
Birth5 Mar 1821, Upper LaHave, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia14
Deathabt 1854, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
FatherJacob Lintlop (8 Nov 1797-Aug 1837)
MotherFrederica Romkey (22 Jul 1798-27 Jul 1822)
Circumstantial evidence suggests that Mary White was likely Mary Ann Lintlop. No dates of marriage or death have been determined.
42. George Nelson Oickle
Birth22 Nov 1826, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia15
DeathFeb 1904
FatherGeorge Frederick Eichel (4 Aug 1787-Oct 1866)
MotherSusanna Elizabeth Whynacht (5 Jul 1789-Apr 1856)
SpouseMary Ann Barry (27 Oct 1826-May 1904)
Marriage15 May 1851, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia23
43. Mary Ann Barry
Birth27 Oct 1826, Maitland, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia15
DeathMay 1904
FatherJames Jacob Barry/Perrin (17 Dec 1803-)
MotherSophia Fiehner (4 May 1804-)
Nelson and Mary Eikle with two adult sons resided in the Blockhouse census district, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia according to the 1891 Canadian federal census. Their son and daughter-in-law Amos and Laliah Eikle with two children resided in the household. Nelson, Amos, Joshua, and Amos [Austin] Eikle were famers. The family were Anglicans. (RG 31-C-1, 1891, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 38-B2, Blockhouse, p. 60)
44. Malcolm Alexander Stewart
Birthabt 1808, Belfast, Lot 58, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
Death10 May 1901, Belfast, Lot 58, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island24
FatherTeàrlach (Charles) Stiubhairt (Stewart) (abt 1760-27 Sep 1857)
OccupationFarmer
SpouseMary MacPherson (17 Mar 1809-2 Jan 1889)
Marriageabt 1830, Prince Edward Island
45. Mary MacPherson
Birth17 Mar 1809, China Point, Lot 50, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
Death2 Jan 1889, Belfast, Lot 58, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
MotherAnna Beers (29 Mar 1788-abt 1820)
46. Angus Stewart
Birthabt 1815, Belfast, Lot 58, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
Death7 Jun 1878, Springton, Lot 67, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
BurialJun 1878, Springton, Lot 67, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
FatherTeàrlach (Charles) Stiubhairt (Stewart) (abt 1760-27 Sep 1857)
SpouseMary Ann Stewart (abt 1818-17 Jul 1860)
Marriageabt 1838, Prince Edward Island
47. Mary Ann Stewart
Birthabt 1818, Belfast, Lot 58, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
Death17 Jul 1860, New Bedeque Road, Springton, Lot 67, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
BurialJul 1860, Springton, Lot 67, Queens Co., Prince Edward Island
Father'Big' Alexander Stewart (abt 1794-13 Jul 1873)
MotherRebecca (Betsey) MacPherson (-abt 15 May 1830)
48. John Frederick Boehner
Birth4 Feb 1805, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia25
DeathDec 1870, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
FatherJohn Frederick Boehner (Apr 1767-13 Feb 1830)
MotherAnna Margaret Zwicker (9 May 1773-2 Sep 1842)
SpouseSarah Ann Risser (17 Apr 1807-16 May 1897)
Marriage11 Dec 1827, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
49. Sarah Ann Risser
Birth17 Apr 1807, Rose Bay, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
Death16 May 1897, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
FatherJohn George Risser (Sep 1764-1808)
MotherMaria Anna Wiegel (Jul 1765-)
The 1891 Canadian federal census states that the widow Sarah Boehner resided in the Chester census district, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She lived in the household of her son and daughter-in-law Francis and Cassia Boehner. The family were Anglicans. (RG 31-C-1, 1891, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 38-D2, Chester, pp. 17-18)
50. Francis Keddy
Birth25 Mar 1817, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
DeathNov 1909, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
Burial27 Nov 1909, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
FatherMatthias/Matthew Keddy (25 Dec 1784-Jun 1856)
MotherAnna Margaret Berghaus (26 Nov 1785-Jun 1872)
The 1871 Canadian federal census states the Francis and Sophia Keddy with four children resided in the Mahone Bay census district, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Francis and Edmund Keddy were labourers. Stephen Keddy was a seaman. The family were Anglicans. (RG 31-C-1, 1871, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 195-H1, Mahone Bay, p. 71)

Francis and Sophia Keddy with two adult children and a young child resided in the Blockhouse census district, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia according to the 1881 Canadian federal census. Their son and daughter-in-law William and Sarah Keddy with a daughter lived in the household. Francis and Edmund Keddy were farmers. William Keddy was a fisherman. The family were Anglicans. (RG 31-C-1, 1881, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 11-C1, Blockhouse, p. 18)

According to the 1891 Canadian federal census, Francis and Sophia Keddy with a [grand]son resided in the Blockhouse census district, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. His son and daughter-in-law Edmund and Emma Keddy with a child lived in the household. Francis, Nathan and Edmund Keddy were farmers. The family were Anglicans. (RG 31-C-1, 1891, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 38-B1, Blockhouse, p. 4)

The 1901 Canadian federal census states that the widower Francis Kedy resided in the Oakland census district, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He lived in the household of his son and daughter-in-law Edmund and Emma. The family were Anglicans. (RG 31-C-1, 1901, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg Co., ED 37-B1, Oakland, p. 4)
SpouseSophia Sarah Hiltz (14 Jul 1813-bef 1901)
Marriage21 Dec 1841, Chester, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
51. Sophia Sarah Hiltz
Birth14 Jul 1813, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
Deathbef 1901, Martin’s River, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
FatherJohann Frederick Hiltz (12 Mar 1788-1849)
MotherJohanna Catherine Lantz (17 Mar 1788-bef 1881)
52. Johannes Hiltz
Birth28 Aug 1804, Martin’s Point, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia25
Death21 Feb 1868, Martin’s Point, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
FatherJohann Philip Heinrich Hiltz (Sep 1761-23 Apr 1833)
MotherAnna Catherine Knickel (Nov 1764-abt 1810)
SpouseSophia Elizabeth Young (16 Feb 1807-4 Sep 1879)
Marriage23 Dec 1828, Lunenburg, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia
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