Charles Ambrose Clawry of Greenwich, King County, N.S.; _ Morris relat

I believe this is h/o Florence Madeline Morris and brother-in-law to Vaughan
Earl Morris.

Florence Madeline Morris is believed to be Mrs. James Smith in 1955 when she
applies for a delayed birth registration.

Dave
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NSARM Kings Deaths, 1939; Page #181
(Indexed as Clawry)
Charles Ambrose Clowry, Greenwich, Married. Automobile Mechanic for
Annapolis Valley Motors
Born 1 Jul 1894, N.B.
Died 19 Feb 1939, Nova Scotia Sanatorium, Kentville, age 44 years, 7 months,
19 days, of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
H/o Florence M. Clowry
S/o Siamon Clowry, Aylesford, and Margaret Craft, Cloverdale, Car. Co., N.B.
Informant; Mrs. H.H. Pulisfer, Greenwich, Sister
Buried 21 Feb 1939, Wolfville

Source: Dave Winter, 24 Jan 2010
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NSARM Kings Marriages, 1916; Book #33; Page #137
Charles Ambrose Clowry, 22, b, Baptist, Soldier, 85th Batallion
Living Sunnyside; Born Sunnyside
S/o Hardon and Margaret Clowrt, Farmer
And
Florence Madeline Morris, 21, s, Methodist
Living Port Greville; Born Port Greville
D/o Calvin and Lilean? [sic Lulu?]
Married 21 Jun 1916, Wolfville
By Rev. G.W. Willis, Presbyterian
Before Karl Shaw and Martha Shaw

Source: Dave Winter, 23 Jan 2010
Mote: Martha Shaw is nee Martha Lillian "Hattie" Hatfield from Fox River so
the minister could have confused the name of the bride's mother with that of
the matron of honor.
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Automated Genealogy Version;
1901 Kings County Census, Port Williams family #123, CLOWRY:
1 123 Clowry Harden M Head M Sep 10 1861 39
2 123 Clowry Maggie F Wife M Mar 3 1868 33
3 123 Clowry Nattie F Daughter S Mar 30 1891 10
4 123 Clowry Ambrose M Son S Jul 1 1893 7(Charles Ambrose)
5 123 Clowry Hilbert M Son S Jan 26 1896 5
6 123 Clowry Seamon M Son S Nov 17 1898 2
7 123 Clowry Edith F Daughter S Oct 18 1900 5/12
8 123 Bennitt Edgar M Lodger S Sep 10 1884 16
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