George Herbert Cardinal1

b. 10 February 1914, d. 17 June 1936
George Herbert Cardinal, Spring 1928
     George Herbert Cardinal was born on 10 February 1914 at 31 Rawson Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts.2,1 He was photographed in 1927 at Mary and Solomon Lawrence's home, South Hanover, Massachusetts.3 Drafting/drawing tools that originally belonged to George Herbert Cardinal were handed down to his nephew Russell Walter Cardinal.2 George Herbert Cardinal died on 17 June 1936 at 225 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury, Massachusetts, at age 22 of pulmonary tuberculosis.2,4,5 He was buried on 20 June 1936 in New Calvary Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.5
     From Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston: "George died of tuberculosis. He was tall, like his brother Bill."4
FatherLouis Cardinal b. 11 Jun 1879, d. 5 Feb 1937
MotherMaryanne Freiburger b. 23 Oct 1878, d. 15 Sep 1935

Citations

  1. [S376] George Herbert Cardinal, Birth Registration No. 1965.
  2. [S182] Mary Margaret (Cloherty) Cardinal, "Cardinal Family History."
  3. [S328] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, 3 March 1999, The photograph includes Alta (Wood) Cardinal and her son Russell Cardinal, her brother-in-law George Cardinal, her father-in-law Louis Cardinal, and Alta's grandmother Mary S. (Graham) Lawrence.
  4. [S246] Letter, Muriel Alta (Cardinal) Johnston to John Cardinal, February 26, 1999.
  5. [S381] George Herbert Cardinal, Death Certificate 16:282:5681 (1936).
  6. [S385] 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 325, Ward 12, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 191, Family 361.
  7. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, State=MA, County=Suffolk, Place=Boston, Ward=12, SD=13, ED=358, Sheet=12A, Address=4 Louisa[?], Line=23, Name=Cardinal, Lewis.

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William Lovett

b. circa 1833
     William Lovett was born circa 1833 at Ireland.1,2 He drove a horse and wagon team at Providence, Rhode Island.1 He married Hannah (?).3,1 According to their grandson George S. Lovett, William and Hannah had 13 children; twelve boys and one girl.1 William Lovett died at Providence, Rhode Island.

Census, Residence

Census18801880Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island4,5

Family

Hannah (?) b. circa 1843
Children
  • Thomas Joseph Lovett6 b. 7 Dec 1863, d. 19 Mar 1928
  • William Lovett7 b. 23 Jul 1865
  • Mary A. Lovett8 b. 20 Dec 1867
  • Charles H. Lovett9 b. 1 Mar 1870
  • (?) Lovett10 b. 20 Jan 1872, d. 20 Jan 1872
  • George F. Lovett11 b. c 1873
  • Joseph E. Lovett12 b. 24 May 1875, d. 19 Mar 1892
  • Francis Lovett+ b. 19 Dec 1877, d. Sep 1936

Citations

  1. [S176] Interview, George S. Lovett, December, 1998.
  2. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, William LOVETT, Relation=Self, Sex=M, Marr=M, Race=W, Age=47, Birthplace=IRE, Occupation=Express Man, Father Born=IRE, Mother Born=IRE.
  3. [S18] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch #: J541073, Sheet #: , Source Call #: 0914404 V. 7-8. The index shows WIlliam Lovett and Hannah as the parents of WIlliam Lovett.
  4. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, 1880 U.S. Census, Rhode Island, Providence County, Providence, SD=(dash), ED=59, Page=25, Line=12-20.
  5. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, William LOVETT.
  6. [S291] Bruce Markusen, "National Baseball Hall of Fame Records."
  7. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 8:131.
  8. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 8:220.
  9. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 9:117.
  10. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 9:221.
  11. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, where George F. Lovett is 7 years old in 1880.
  12. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 10:200.

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Hannah (?)

b. circa 1843
     Hannah (?) was born circa 1843 at Ireland.1,2 She married William Lovett.3,1 According to their grandson George S. Lovett, William and Hannah had 13 children; twelve boys and one girl.1

Census, Residence

Census18801880Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island4,5

Family

William Lovett b. circa 1833
Children
  • Thomas Joseph Lovett6 b. 7 Dec 1863, d. 19 Mar 1928
  • William Lovett7 b. 23 Jul 1865
  • Mary A. Lovett8 b. 20 Dec 1867
  • Charles H. Lovett9 b. 1 Mar 1870
  • (?) Lovett10 b. 20 Jan 1872, d. 20 Jan 1872
  • George F. Lovett11 b. c 1873
  • Joseph E. Lovett12 b. 24 May 1875, d. 19 Mar 1892
  • Francis Lovett+ b. 19 Dec 1877, d. Sep 1936

Citations

  1. [S176] Interview, George S. Lovett, December, 1998.
  2. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, Hannah LOVETT, Relation=Wife, Sex=F, Marr=M, Race=W, Age=37, Birthplace=IRE, Occupation=Keeping House, Father Born=IRE, Mother Born=IRE,.
  3. [S18] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Batch #: J541073, Sheet #: , Source Call #: 0914404 V. 7-8. The index shows WIlliam Lovett and Hannah as the parents of WIlliam Lovett.
  4. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, 1880 U.S. Census, Rhode Island, Providence County, Providence, SD=(dash), ED=59, Page=25, Line=12-20.
  5. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, William LOVETT.
  6. [S291] Bruce Markusen, "National Baseball Hall of Fame Records."
  7. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 8:131.
  8. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 8:220.
  9. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 9:117.
  10. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 9:221.
  11. [S475] 1880 United States Census (CD Index), NARA Film T9-1213, Page 509A, where George F. Lovett is 7 years old in 1880.
  12. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 10:200.

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Bernard Martin

     Bernard Martin married Mary E Mc Cabe on 7 January 1885 at Rhode Island.1

Family

Mary E Mc Cabe
Children
  • Christopher C Martin2 b. 5 Dec 1885, d. 4 May 1887
  • James J Martin3 b. 6 Jan 1887, d. 11 May 1887
  • Mary F Martin b. 23 Sep 1888, d. 1933
  • Elizabeth Martin+ b. 31 Jul 1894, d. 1954

Citations

  1. [S332] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Marriage Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 14:195.
  2. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 14:68.
  3. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 13:226.

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Mary E Mc Cabe

     Mary E Mc Cabe married Bernard Martin on 7 January 1885 at Rhode Island.1

Family

Bernard Martin
Children
  • Christopher C Martin2 b. 5 Dec 1885, d. 4 May 1887
  • James J Martin3 b. 6 Jan 1887, d. 11 May 1887
  • Mary F Martin b. 23 Sep 1888, d. 1933
  • Elizabeth Martin+ b. 31 Jul 1894, d. 1954

Citations

  1. [S332] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Marriage Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 14:195.
  2. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 14:68.
  3. [S331] Ancestry.com, Rhode Island Birth Records, 28 January 2000, OSPage 13:226.

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Alfred Wood

b. 28 January 1842, d. 4 April 1906
     Alfred Wood was born on 28 January 1842 at Rawdon, Hants County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 He was a farmer.2 He married Harriet Rebecca Hamilton, daughter of Thomas Hamilton and Lucy Card, on 21 June 1866. He was 24. She was 19.2 Alfred Wood died on 4 April 1906 at Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 64.3
     From Arlington book: He was educated in the district school, and then learned the trade of carpenter with his brother John, working for him for a time. Later he worked at blacksmithing with his father, and finally started farming on the home farm, working the place on shares.
     Just before his marriage he purchased a farm of two hundred and seventy-five acres in South Rawdon, known as the old Ross place. He remained there about thirty-eight years, raising general farm produce and live stock. He sold his farm to James Hopkins and removed to Brooklyn Newport, Nova Scotia, where he engaged in the cattle business, butchering for the market, and also kept a grocery, seed and feed store.
     After being engaged at this business only two years, he died, his death occuring April 14, 1906. Mr. Wood was a hard-working man; was of medium height, of a social nature, was popular in social life, making many friends. He was Liberal in politics, and served as justice of the peace, trial justice, assessor, overseer of the poor and road commissioner. He was a man of strong principles, adnw as brought up in the Methodist faith, but became a member of the Latter Day Saints at Rawdon and was a teacher in the church.4

Census, Residence

Census18711871Hants County, Nova Scotia5
FatherJames Wood II b. 9 Aug 1799, d. 17 Jan 1877
MotherMartha Haley b. 11 Jan 1805, d. 23 Apr 1870

Family

Harriet Rebecca Hamilton b. 18 June 1847, d. 27 July 1918
Children
  • Burpee Wood b. 26 Mar 1867, d. 30 Apr 1941
  • Rufus Wood b. 6 Nov 1868
  • Elmira Martha Wood b. 7 Sep 1870, d. 22 Feb 1898
  • Wilfred Wood b. 13 Jul 1872
  • Harry Wood+ b. 20 May 1874, d. Jun 1950
  • Welton Wood b. 3 Apr 1876
  • Sarah Mable Wood b. 19 Mar 1878, d. 30 Mar 1930
  • Annie Etta Wood b. 31 Mar 1880, d. 1970
  • Margaret Cranston Wood b. 14 Feb 1882
  • Emma Gertrude Wood b. 12 Feb 1884, d. Apr 1938
  • Roy Wood b. 19 Mar 1887
  • Louise Elaine Wood b. 17 Jan 1890, d. Oct 1967
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Citations

  1. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible."
  2. [S190] Wilfred Wood, Wood Family History, 8.
  3. [S185] Judy Gabardina, "Wood Family," e-mail to John Cardinal, February 18, 1999.
  4. [S209] Unknown author, Unidentified Arlington Book.
  5. [S401] Unknown compiler, "1871 Census Index, Hants County, Nova Scotia", Rawdon South, Dwelling 7, Family 7.

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Harriet Rebecca Hamilton

b. 18 June 1847, d. 27 July 1918
     Harriet Rebecca Hamilton was born on 18 June 1847 at Centre Rawdon, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 She married Alfred Wood, son of James Wood II and Martha Haley, on 21 June 1866. She was 19. He was 24.2 Harriet Rebecca Hamilton died on 27 July 1918 at Boston, Massachusetts, at age 71.3,4
     From Hants Journal, 21 August 1918:
Obituary of Harriott R. WOOD

There passed away July 27th, at the home of Harry Wood, Lexington St., Burlington, Mass, Mrs. Harriott R. Wood, in the seventy second year of her age, formerly of Rawdon, N.S.. Her husband, Alfred Wood, predeceased her twelve years, also one daughter, Elmira M., wife of Alexander Kenty, twenty-one years ago. She leaves to mourn their loss, one brother, Robert HAMILTON, in Boston, eleven children, (ten of whom attended the funeral.) Burpee in Los Angeles, Cal; Rufus in Portsmouth, N.H; Wilfred in Rawdon, N.S; Harry in Burlington, Mass; Welton in Bonnar Springs, Kansas; Roy in Arlington, Mass; Sarah M. (Mrs. W.B. Congdon) in Marlboro, N.H; Annie E. In Lowelltown, Maine; Margaret C. In Kansas City, M; Emma G. In Boston, Mass; Louisa E. (Mrs. Ernest Grover in Nashua, N.H; twenty three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.3,4

Census, Residence

Census18711871Hants County, Nova Scotia5
FatherThomas Hamilton b. c 1817, d. 19 Apr 1897
MotherLucy Card b. 2 Aug 1806, d. 18 Jan 1902

Family

Alfred Wood b. 28 January 1842, d. 4 April 1906
Children
  • Burpee Wood b. 26 Mar 1867, d. 30 Apr 1941
  • Rufus Wood b. 6 Nov 1868
  • Elmira Martha Wood b. 7 Sep 1870, d. 22 Feb 1898
  • Wilfred Wood b. 13 Jul 1872
  • Harry Wood+ b. 20 May 1874, d. Jun 1950
  • Welton Wood b. 3 Apr 1876
  • Sarah Mable Wood b. 19 Mar 1878, d. 30 Mar 1930
  • Annie Etta Wood b. 31 Mar 1880, d. 1970
  • Margaret Cranston Wood b. 14 Feb 1882
  • Emma Gertrude Wood b. 12 Feb 1884, d. Apr 1938
  • Roy Wood b. 19 Mar 1887
  • Louise Elaine Wood b. 17 Jan 1890, d. Oct 1967
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Citations

  1. [S192] Muriel (Cardinal) Johnston, "Muriel Johnston's Family Group Sheet."
  2. [S190] Wilfred Wood, Wood Family History, 8.
  3. [S247] Hants Journal Obituary, August 21, 1918.
  4. [S248] Gloria Blanchard, Hamilton Family GEDCOM in GEDCOM file HughHamilton.GED.
  5. [S401] Unknown compiler, "1871 Census Index, Hants County, Nova Scotia", Rawdon South, Dwelling 7, Family 7.

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James Wood II

b. 9 August 1799, d. 17 January 1877
     James Wood II was born on 9 August 1799 at Lauder, Berwickshire, Scotland.2 He was baptized on 29 September 1799 at Lauder, Berwickshire, Scotland.3 He was a blacksmith, like his father.2 He moved with John Wood and Margaret Cranston to South Rawdon, Nova Scotia, probably before 1824.2 James Wood II married Martha Haley, daughter of John Haley and Sarah Mason, on 23 December 1824 at Rawdon, Nova Scotia. He was 25. She was 19; the ceremony was performed by Rev. Hayden, and witnessed by John Wood.4,5,6 James had a brother John who was probably the person who witnessed James's marriage. He died on 17 January 1877 at Rawdon, Hants County, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 77.2 He was laid to rest in the Episcopal Cemetery, Center Rawdon, Nova Scotia.2
     From Wilfred Wood: [He] was born in Berwickshire, Scotland, August 9, 1799. Received his education in his native land and learned the blacksmithing trade from his father.
When 16 years old he came to Nova Scotia with his parents and settled in Rawdon, working at his trade with his father. He later purchased a farm, but preferred blacksmithing to farming. He conducted a large business, and was considered a fine workman. His shop was located on his farm at Wood's Corner, on the road from Uniacke to Rawdon Gold Mines. He was a lover of horses, and owned some fine stock, having a reputation as a veterinary.
During his later years he suffered from palsy. He was a Methodist. In politics, a Conservative.
On December 23, 1824 he married Martha Haley of Rawdon. To this union, twelve childred [sic] were born - eight boys and four girls. His wife preceded him in death (1870) seven years.
January 17, 1877 he bade farewell to friends and surroundings, passing peacefully away at the age of 76 years, 5 months, and 8 days.2
Father-CanJohn Wood1
Mother-CanMargaret Cranston1

Family

Martha Haley b. 11 January 1805, d. 23 April 1870
Children
  • John Wood b. 25 Jan 1825, d. 15 Sep 1908
  • James Wood III b. 3 Nov 1827, d. 1912
  • George Wood b. 8 Apr 1830
  • Sarah Ann Wood b. 8 Jun 1832, d. 1893
  • William Henry Wood b. 24 Nov 1834, d. 13 Oct 1901
  • Margaret Cranston Wood b. 1 Jun 1837, d. 6 Jan 1881
  • Thomas Wood b. 2 Dec 1838, d. 24 May 1859
  • Alfred Wood+ b. 28 Jan 1842, d. 4 Apr 1906
  • Daniel Edward Wood b. 13 Jun 1844, d. 19 Sep 1846
  • Agnes Jane Wood b. 6 Oct 1847, d. 7 Aug 1848
  • Isaac Wood b. 20 Oct 1849, d. b 1930
  • Martha Jane Wood b. 6 Jun 1852
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Citations

  1. [S496] Elizabeth Gay, "Descendants of James Wood II."
  2. [S190] Wilfred Wood, Wood Family History, 1.
  3. [S219] Judy Gabardina, "John Wood," e-mail to John Cardinal, March 10, 1999.
  4. [S185] Judy Gabardina, "Wood Family," e-mail to John Cardinal, February 18, 1999.
  5. [S204] Letter, Ralph Whittier to Pam Wood Waugh, 1. Mr. Whittier reported that he found their marriage record in the St. Paul's Church registry, but that only the year was entered.
  6. [S209] Unknown author, Unidentified Arlington Book.

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Martha Haley

b. 11 January 1805, d. 23 April 1870
     Martha Haley was born on 11 January 1805.1 She married James Wood II, son of John Wood and Margaret Cranston, on 23 December 1824 at Rawdon, Nova Scotia. She was 19. He was 25; the ceremony was performed by Rev. Hayden, and witnessed by John Wood.2,3,4 Martha Haley died on 23 April 1870 at Rawdon, Hants County, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 65.1
FatherJohn Haley
MotherSarah Mason

Family

James Wood II b. 9 August 1799, d. 17 January 1877
Children
  • John Wood b. 25 Jan 1825, d. 15 Sep 1908
  • James Wood III b. 3 Nov 1827, d. 1912
  • George Wood b. 8 Apr 1830
  • Sarah Ann Wood b. 8 Jun 1832, d. 1893
  • William Henry Wood b. 24 Nov 1834, d. 13 Oct 1901
  • Margaret Cranston Wood b. 1 Jun 1837, d. 6 Jan 1881
  • Thomas Wood b. 2 Dec 1838, d. 24 May 1859
  • Alfred Wood+ b. 28 Jan 1842, d. 4 Apr 1906
  • Daniel Edward Wood b. 13 Jun 1844, d. 19 Sep 1846
  • Agnes Jane Wood b. 6 Oct 1847, d. 7 Aug 1848
  • Isaac Wood b. 20 Oct 1849, d. b 1930
  • Martha Jane Wood b. 6 Jun 1852
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Citations

  1. [S172] "Maud Wood's Bible."
  2. [S185] Judy Gabardina, "Wood Family," e-mail to John Cardinal, February 18, 1999.
  3. [S204] Letter, Ralph Whittier to Pam Wood Waugh, 1. Mr. Whittier reported that he found their marriage record in the St. Paul's Church registry, but that only the year was entered.
  4. [S209] Unknown author, Unidentified Arlington Book.

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Lucy Card

b. 2 August 1806, d. 18 January 1902
     Lucy Card was born on 2 August 1806.1 She married Thomas Hamilton, son of John Hamilton and Jane Mason, on 9 May 1843. She was 36.2 Lucy Card died on 18 January 1902 at South Rawdon, Hants County, Nova Scotia, at age 95.3,1
FatherHenry Card b. c 1760, d. b 1834
MotherLucy Fuller

Family

Thomas Hamilton b. circa 1817, d. 19 April 1897
Child
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Citations

  1. [S206] Bernie Hornung, "House of Cards."
  2. [S190] Wilfred Wood, Wood Family History.
  3. [S248] Gloria Blanchard, Hamilton Family GEDCOM in GEDCOM file HughHamilton.GED, which gave the death date as "Jan 1802."

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Thomas Hamilton

b. circa 1817, d. 19 April 1897
     Thomas Hamilton was born circa 1817.1 He married Lucy Card, daughter of Henry Card and Lucy Fuller, on 9 May 1843. She was 36.2 Thomas Hamilton died on 19 April 1897.1,3
FatherJohn Hamilton b. 1788, d. 1 Sep 1851
MotherJane Mason b. 1788, d. Aug 1852

Family

Lucy Card b. 2 August 1806, d. 18 January 1902
Child
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Citations

  1. [S203] Judy Gabardina, "Wood Family," e-mail to John Cardinal, February 19, 1999.
  2. [S190] Wilfred Wood, Wood Family History.
  3. [S206] Bernie Hornung, "House of Cards."

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John A. Freiburger

b. 1820, d. 16 March 1878
     John A. Freiburger was born in 1820 at Germany.1 He was a weaver.1 He married Anna M. Kappley, daughter of John Kappley and Veronica Henbolpof, circa 1840 at Germany.1 John A. Freiburger and Anna M. Kappley immigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1864 with 4 of 6 children; their children Valentine and Charles arrived in 1867.1 John A. Freiburger died on 16 March 1878 at Boston, Massachusetts.1
FatherPeter Freiburger

Family

Anna M. Kappley b. 1818, d. 21 September 1891
Children
  • Theresa Freiburger
  • George Freiburger b. 6 Dec 1846, d. 4 Oct 1886
  • Sarah Freiburger b. Mar 1850, d. 16 Nov 1914
  • Jacob Freiburger+ b. May 1852, d. 12 Apr 1917
  • Charles Freiburger b. Jul 1853, d. 1928
  • Andrew Freiburger b. Aug 1859, d. 24 Nov 1919
  • Valentine Freiburger b. 9 Jun 1863, d. 30 Jan 1939
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Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."

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Anna M. Kappley

b. 1818, d. 21 September 1891
     Anna M. Kappley was born in 1818 at Germany.1 She married John A. Freiburger, son of Peter Freiburger, circa 1840 at Germany.1 Anna M. Kappley and John A. Freiburger immigrated to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1864 with 4 of 6 children; their children Valentine and Charles arrived in 1867.1 Anna M. Kappley died on 21 September 1891 at Boston, Massachusetts.1
FatherJohn Kappley b. c 1799
MotherVeronica Henbolpof

Family

John A. Freiburger b. 1820, d. 16 March 1878
Children
  • Theresa Freiburger
  • George Freiburger b. 6 Dec 1846, d. 4 Oct 1886
  • Sarah Freiburger b. Mar 1850, d. 16 Nov 1914
  • Jacob Freiburger+ b. May 1852, d. 12 Apr 1917
  • Charles Freiburger b. Jul 1853, d. 1928
  • Andrew Freiburger b. Aug 1859, d. 24 Nov 1919
  • Valentine Freiburger b. 9 Jun 1863, d. 30 Jan 1939
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Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."

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Bridget Houghton

b. 1849, d. 13 April 1880
     Bridget Houghton was born in 1849 at Ireland.1 She married Jacob Freiburger, son of John A. Freiburger and Anna M. Kappley, on 13 March 1876 at Boston, Massachusetts. He was 23.1 Bridget Houghton died on 13 April 1880 at Boston, Massachusetts.1 Bridget died either giving birth to James or of post-partum depression. She was living at 815 Albany st, Boston, MA, when she died. James died within a month of his birth.1
FatherEdward Houghton b. s 1835
MotherMary (?) b. s 1840

Family

Jacob Freiburger b. May 1852, d. 12 April 1917
Children
  • George Freiburger b. 29 Dec 1876, d. 12 Apr 1926
  • Maryanne Freiburger+ b. 23 Oct 1878, d. 15 Sep 1935
  • James Freiburger b. Apr 1880, d. May 1880
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Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."

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Louis Cardinal

b. circa 1858
     Louis Cardinal was born circa 1858 at Québec.1,2 He was a baker at Cardinal Brothers Bakery, 55 Causeway Street, on 4 June 1880.3

Census, Residence

Census1880188088 Cabot Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts3
FatherLouis Cardinal b. 15 Feb 1830, d. 15 Mar 1911
MotherPhilomène Henrichon b. c 1839

Family

Isabelle McOlive b. circa 1859, d. 13 November 1901
Child
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Citations

  1. [S228] Interview, Mary (Cardinal) Groves, March 21, 1999, where she said he was born in Three Rivers, Quebec.
  2. [S385] 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 325, Ward 12, Sheet 17B, Dwelling 191, Family 361, where Louis Cardinal's father is listed as born in Canada.
  3. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 735, Sheet 14, Dwelling 48, Family 144.

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Isabelle McOlive

b. circa 1859, d. 13 November 1901
     Isabelle McOlive was born circa 1859 at Boston, Massachusetts.3 At the time of her death, Isabelle McOlive was a domestic.1 She died on 13 November 1901 at 13 Star Lane, Boston, Massachusetts.1 She was buried on 14 November 1901 in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts.1
FatherJohn McOlive1
MotherSusan Philips2

Family

Louis Cardinal b. circa 1858
Child
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Citations

  1. [S386] Isabella F. Cardinal, Death Certificate 519:694:10391 (1901).
  2. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 708, Sheet 36, Dwelling 14, Family 71, Lawrence Henage household, Susan's place of birth is China and her parents were born in England.
  3. [S386] Isabella F. Cardinal, Death Certificate 519:694:10391 (1901), states her age as 22; born in Boston; daughter of John McOlive and Susan Phillips; place of birth of parents "Unknown."
  4. [S389] 1880 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk County, Boston, Roxbury, ED 708, Sheet 36, Dwelling 14, Family 71, Lawrence Henage household, Isabella, age 20, and Louis Cardinal, age 1, are living with a Lawrence Henage, age 44, his wife Susan, age 44, and their daughter Mary, age 10.

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Richard Andrew Lamphier1,2

b. 19 November 1910, d. November 1973
     Richard Andrew Lamphier was born on 19 November 1910 at Watertown.3,4,1,5 Richard was a colonel in the Army, and received the Purple Heart. He died in November 1973.3,5 See his obituary in the source section.6

Census, Residence

Census19301930Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts4
FatherAndrew Joseph Lamphier
MotherMargaret Cloherty b. 16 Jun 1876

Citations

  1. [S609] Gail Irish, "Claughtery Line," e-mail to John Cardinal, March 31, 2003.
  2. [S633] Gail Irish, "From Gail Again," e-mail to John Cardinal, May 12, 2004.
  3. [S186] Boston Globe Obituary, undated, for Richard Lamphier, where his birth date is given as "Nov. 19, 1916."
  4. [S474] Ancestry.com, Census Images Online, Year=1930, Roll=T626_959, Image=372, State=MA, County=Suffolk, Place=Boston City, Ward=22, SD=12, ED=259, Sheet=42B, Address=191 Galen [?] Street, Line=62, Name=Lamphier, Andrew.
  5. [S179] SSDI.
  6. [S603] Obituary, undated, for Richard Lamphier.

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Edward Houghton1

b. say 1835
     Edward Houghton was born say 1835 at Ireland; this is a guess based on the birth date of his child Bridget.1 His name may have been Phillip Houghton. He married Mary (?).1

Family

Mary (?) b. say 1840
Child
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Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."

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Mary (?)1

b. say 1840
     Mary (?) was born say 1840 at Ireland; this is a guess based on the birth date of her child Bridget.2,1 She married Edward Houghton.1

Family

Edward Houghton b. say 1835
Child
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Citations

  1. [S180] Caroline (Emde) O'Conner, "Descendants of Peter Freiburger."
  2. [S171] John Cardinal, "Research Notes,."

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Timothy Houghton

b. 21 August 1727, d. 10 May 1780
     Timothy Houghton was born on 21 August 1727 at Bolton, Massachusetts.1 Timothy, age 26 married Eunice Whitcomb, age 20, daughter of Deacon David Whitcomb and Betty White, on 10 December 1753 (Eunice's birthday) at Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts.2 Timothy Houghton and Eunice Whitcomb left Boston, Massachusetts, on 30 July 1759 and arrived in Chester, Nova Scotia, on 4 August.3 Timothy Houghton was sentenced to six months in jail for seditious statements about the King. He "said the King had broke his Coronation Oath by establishing the Roman Catholic Religion at Quebec and that he could not in conscience serve his Majesty, etc. etc." He served two months of his sentence and was released on 10 February 1777.4 He died on 10 May 1780 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 52 of small-pox.3,5,6
     From Houghton Family: The writer of the Halifax record of Timothy says he came of a race who had been soldiers in the old and new worlds; his mother was Mary, daughter of Henry and great grandaughter of Major Simon Willard, in whose hands the early legislature of Massachusetts placed the command of various expeditions against the marauding savages. Captain Timothy began soldiering young and had seen much service. We find him from April to November, 1754, on the eastern frontier in Col. John Winslow's regiment. In the Crown Point expedition, Aug. 9, 1755, he was adjutant in Col. Samuel Willard's regiment. In 1756 he led a company largely recruited by his lieutenant from Walton, Mass. While in the east he saw Nova Scotia for the first time, and subsequently obtained 100,000 acres of land for himself and fifty-two others, settled at Chester, where mani fo his descendants are now, and whence many migrated to all parts of the world. He had fought on the banks of Lake Champlain, saw Port Royal once, and many other points were traversed by him.5
     The following article may be of interest: Cahill, Barry, "The Sedition Trial of Timothy Houghton: Repression in a Marginal New England Planter Township during the Revolutionary Years". XXIV, 1 (Autumn 1994), pp. 35-58.
FatherJacob Houghton Jr. b. 1 Apr 1696, d. 26 Jan 1780
MotherMary Willard b. 1706

Family

Eunice Whitcomb b. 10 December 1733, d. 8 October 1815
Children
  • Mary Annabelle Houghton b. 23 Dec 1753
  • Timothy Houghton b. 6 Mar 1756, d. b 12 Jun 1774
  • Jacob Houghton b. 11 Dec 1757
  • David Houghton b. 1760, d. 27 Nov 1783
  • Charles Houghton b. 20 Jun 1762, d. 1780
  • Francis Houghton b. 20 Jun 1762, d. 1780
  • Richard Houghton b. 12 Aug 1764, d. Nov 1827
  • Willard Houghton b. 3 May 1767, d. 12 Feb 1852
  • Eunice Houghton b. 25 Mar 1769
  • Elizabeth Houghton b. 29 Dec 1771
  • Timothy Houghton b. 12 Jun 1774
  • Levi Whitcomb Houghton b. 22 Jun 1778, d. 31 Dec 1862
  • Ann Houghton b. s 1780
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Citations

  1. [S193] John Wesley Houghton, Houghton Genealogy of 1912, 315 (ID #142).
  2. [S194] D.A. Keizer, Houghton Family, 6.
  3. [S22] Almira Larkin White, Descendants of John White, II: 645-646.
  4. [S655] Peter Landry, History of Nova Scotia, Book #2, citing John Bartlet Brebner, The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia (1937) (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970).
  5. [S193] John Wesley Houghton, Houghton Genealogy of 1912, 315.
  6. [S208] Lunenburg County GenWeb Project, "Chester Township Book - Deaths", June 20, 1999.

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