Family Names of Calvert (Caplin Bay), Newfoundland

 
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2601 William was probably born in Jun 1870. A one year error in the 1921 census is common, due to incorrect subtraction method. O'Toole, William "Bill" (I150)
 
2602 William was supposedly 92 yrs old when he died but based on the fact that James (b. 1816) appears to have been the eldest son, William was likely, at least, a few years younger. His death certificate says he was born at Ferryland not Caplin Bay, however the baptism record of his brother James in 1818 states the parents, William and Jane Johnston, were from Caplin Bay. Although it appears William remained Anglican, I seem to remember seeing a record (which I now cannot locate) of a deathbed conversion to Catholicism. All of his children were raised as Roman Catholics. Johnston, William (I739)
 
2603 William was the son of George and Rebecca Oakley.

OAKLEY, William Edward - August 13, 2005. Passed away peacefully at his home in Chamberlains, William Edward Oakley, aged 102, born in Greenspond, Bonavista Bay. Predeceased by his wife Betty (Vavasour); sister Helena Skanes and brother Ronald. Left with wonderful memories are his daughters: Joan, Judy (with whom he resided); grandson William Dandenault; granddaughter Jessica Oakley; special nephew Ron Skanes (Jean); nieces: Angela Dyke, Betty Ann Starkes (Bob), Carol Rolls (Jack); nephew Robert Johnston (Carol); and sister-in-law Doris Vavasour. At his request cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, August 17 at 2 p.m. at Barrett's Chapel, 328 Hamilton Avenue. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the charity of ones choice. 
Oakley, William Edward (I4929)
 
2604 William's family surname is spelled several different ways in various records, eg. Dougherty, Dorethy, Doherthy, Dorrity, etc. In their marriage certificate, William's surname appears to be spelled Dorethy, but it was transcribed as Donethy on the FamilySearch website. Family F1695
 
2605 William's headstone says he was 74 when he died in 1891, therefore he was born about 1817. Rossiter, William (I771)
 
2606 William's name does not appear in the Voters List of 1859, likely signifying that he had died between 1855 and 1859. Denine, William (I1967)
 
2607 William's surname in the marriage record is spelled as Dinian. It says he was from Tar Cove, Cape Broyle. Family F725
 
2608 Witnesses for the marriage were Patrick Ryan and Sussannah Aspell. Bride's parents were Patrick and Bridget Ryan - Cuddihy St. Family F1844
 
2609 Witnesses were James Fogarty and Theresa Aspell. Family F1626
 
2610 Witnesses were John Dawley and Bridget Brinnick. Mary's surname recorded as Asbell in the marriage record, but Fannin in subsequent baptism records. Family F1878
 
2611 Witnesses were John Dinman and Ellen Barry. Family F1901
 
2612 Witnesses were Peter Walsh and Bridget Dunphy. Family F1630
 
2613 Witnesses: Edward Pilgrim, brother of the groom and Peter Aspell, brother of the bride. Family F1856
 
2614 Witnesses: Henry Donnelly and Bridget Griffen. Parents were Richard and Anne Aspell of George St. and John and Ellen Griffen of Dreelan's Well. Family F1892
 
2615 Witnesses: James Doyle and Margaret Colbert. Family F1888
 
2616 Witnesses: James Fitzgerald and Honora Aspell. Groom's address noted as Belle Isle and the bride's address was given as Patrick Street. Bridget, widow, [James] was listed as 38 Patrick St. in Sharp's 1885/86 St. John's Directory. Family F1891
 
2617 Witnesses: Michael Dawley and Mary Asbell. Family F1632
 
2618 Witnesses:Thomas Shea and Mary Power. Family F1876
 
2619 Woodsman, Nfld. Forestry WW II. Kavanagh, Peter (I553)
 
2620 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 - Registration Location: Bristol and Newport County, Rhode Island; Roll: 1852213; Draft Board: 0. Name: Thomas Joseph Morrissey - City: Not Stated - County: Bristol and Newport State: Rhode Island - Birth Date: 3 Dec 1880 - Race: White - Roll: 1852213

Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island; Roll: T625_1671; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 40; Image: 12.

Name: Thomas J Morrissey - Home in 1920: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island - Age: 39 years Estimated birth year: abt 1881 - Birthplace: Canada - Relation to Head of House: Head Spouse's name: Mary - Father's Birth Place: Canada Mother's Birth Place: Canada Marital Status: Married - Race: White - Sex: Male - Home owned: Own - Year of Immigration: 1900 Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes

Household Members: Name Age Thomas J Morrissey 39 Mary Morrissey 41 Mildred Morrissey 11 Dorothy Morrissey 9 Helen Morrissey 7 Ettice Morrissey 6 Pearl Morrissey 2 4/12 Bradford Smith 20 Rufus J Hines 45

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island; Roll: 2169; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 556.0.

Thomas J Morrissey - Home in 1930: Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island - Age: 49 Estimated birth year: abt 1881 - Birthplace: Newfoundland Relation to Head of House: Head Race: White - Occupation:

Household Members: Name Age Thomas J Morrissey 49

Tiverton, Portsmouth, Middletown and Little Compton Directory 1935 - Page 175 Little Compton, RI Morrissey Thomas J h Sakonnet Pt

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 - Thomas Joseph Morrissey - Birth Date: 3 Dec 1880 Residence: Newport, Rhode Island - Birth: Cape Royaly, Newfoundland - Race: White - Roll: WW2_2368558 
Morrissey, Thomas Joseph (I3292)
 
2621 Writings of Mr. Jim Joe O'Brien. Theresa Hartery, great-grand daughter of Cornelius and Catherine (Kelly) Hartery emigrated to America (Chicago). She married a man named Cousins, her son is a bishop - He is Archbishop Cousins, he was Archbishop of Milwaukee, USA in 1965.

The information above appears to be correct. I found Theresa and her husband, Norman in the 1910 US Census on East 35th Street, Chicago. They had two sons, William E. - 8 yrs. , and Elmo D. - 5 yrs. Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Chicago Ward 3, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T624_243; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 232; Image: 343.

According to the 1930 US Census, Theresa and Norman were living at 3312- 60th Place, City of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. They had one son, Elmo - 24, was still living with them. Image source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois; Roll: 441; Page: 22A; Enumeration District: 582; Image: 241.0. 
Hartery, Teresa Josephine (I3228)
 
2622 WW I - Royal Newfoundland Regiment - Number: 1746 McDonald, Michael (I4391)
 
2623 WW1 Draft Registration Cards: John Francis Grant born Feb 19 1875, res. 91 Fort Greene Pl., Brooklyn NY; age 43. He was a state factory inspector and his nearest relative was Thomas Grant, St. John?s Nfld. It appears likely this reference to his father, Thomas.

 
Grant, John Francis (I6256)
 
2624 WWII Draft Registration Card. William indicated that he was then working for the NY Herald Tribune. Grant, William Vincent "Vincent" (I6206)
 
2625 YARD, Major Arthur Joseph - 88, husband of the late Bridget Ann Yard, died Friday March 28, 2003 at his home. He was born at Cape Broyle, Newfoundland June 3, 1914 and came to America in December of 1936. Mr. Yard served in the Merchant Marine from 1936-1941 and participated in the North Atlantic Run from America to Europe. When America became involved in the war, he joined the U.S. Army at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina and was assigned to the 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Division. He was honorably discharged in 1946. He was later called to active duty at the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950, serving during the summer and winter campaigns 1951-1952. Major Yard retired from the Army at Ft. Eustis, Va., in June 1966. He then took a position with the Department of the Army as a Marine Maintenance Supervisor of Equipment assigned to Vietnam. He served in that capacity until the end of the Vietnam War. Major Yard is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and former member of the Masters Mates and Pilots Association. He was a member of St. Jerome Catholic Church in Newport News, Va. One more old soldier from World War II, Korea, and St. John's, Newfoundland has been called home. Major Yard is survived by several nieces and nephews; and special friend and care giver, Sonja S. Rochelle. The family will receive friends from 7-8:30 p.m., Tuesday at Weymouth Funeral Home. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 2, 2003 at St. Jerome Catholic Church by the Rev. Joseph Majewski. Interment with full military honors will be in Peninsula Memorial Park, Newport News, Va. Arrangements are with Weymouth Funeral Home, 12746 Nettles Dr., Newport News, VA. 23606. March 31, 2003 Yard, Major Arthur Joseph (I2147)
 
2626 Year of birth given incorrectly as 1876 in the 1921 Newfoundland Census. Bruff, Gregory (I2152)
 
2627 YEAR OF EVENTS - 1914 - Feb. 5 Mrs. A. CHANCEY (sic), Cape Broyle, 86.

St. John's - Daily News - Feb. 7, 1914: Old resident dead. Passed away Thursday at Cape Broyle an old and respected resident of Southern Shore in the person of Mrs. A. Clancey, deceased reached the age of 86 years. Survived by three sisters: Mrs. Walter Clancey (Caplin Bay), Mrs Maher, Ferryland and Mrs. Randells of Boston. Interment at Ferryland. (transcription courtesy of Enid O'Brien)

St. John's Evening Telegram - Feb. 7, 1914: Suddenly on the 5th at the residence of her niece, Mrs. Clara Hartery, Cape Broyle, Ann relict of late John Clancey of Caplin Bay, age 86 years (RIP). (transcription courtesy of Enid O'Brien) 
Kelly, Anne (I1080)
 
2628 YEAR OF EVENTS - 1914 - June 10 James M. A. HOLDEN, Cape Broyle, 14. Holden, James Maria Ann (I2623)
 
2629 [Death records extracted and transcribed by the late Ray Curran & Cindy (Morrisson) Curran from microfilm copy at the Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador.] Source (S41)
 
2630 [Partial transcription only - about April 1886 to July 1897] Source (S54)
 
2631 [Records may also include some marriages for Holy Apostles RC parish (Fermeuse to Cape Race)]. Source (S8)
 
2632 [Selected baptism records for Brigus South to Cape Race area only]] Source (S34)
 
2633 [Selected burial records for Brigus South to Cape Race area only] Source (S31)
 
2634 [Selected marriage records for Brigus South to Cape Race area only]] Source (S36)
 
2635 [The Newfoundlander, first published in August 1827, continued in a weekly and biweekly form until late 1884. It contained local news, court and legislative reports, shipping news, fishing reports and extensive foreign news.] Source (S20)
 
2636 [This transcribed list provides the names of fathers and mothers, and the names and ages of children who were deemed to be resident family members in the district in 1799/1800. This document is also referred to as The Ferryland Census of 1800]. Source (S18)
 

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