Re: John Crawford Stewart

Thanks Val. It was an old picture of Robert Stewart and Ella nothing else on the back of the picture that really pushed me into genealogy. Did not have a clue who they were or how they were related for over a year. My Uncle who gave me some old pics did not have a clue either. Thanks again. Cora

--- In nscumber@yahoogroups.com, Valerie Henley <valhenley@...> wrote:
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> I'm not sure Cora.  Nothing that I can find right now.  Not to say there isn't a connection.  I still have some work to do on the Stewart line.  If anything comes up I will let you know.
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> From: cora <corapaul2003@...>
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> Sent: Friday, October 14, 2011 7:36:02 PM
> Subject: [nscumber] Re: John Crawford Stewart
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> Hi, I was wondering if any of these Stewart Families are related to Robert A Stewart, son of Stephen Stewart and Sarah Greeno. Robert was from Amherst but died in Upper Stewiacke and buried in Watson Cemetery, Truro. He was married to my great Aunt Ella Butler. I only have 2 children. Cora
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> --- In nscumber@yahoogroups.com, Valerie Henley <valhenley@> wrote:
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> > Thank you for posting.
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> > Here are a few tidbits to add.
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> > * Parents were David Stewart and Jane McDougal.  (Also went by Janet)
> > * Per 1901 Census he was married to Marilla.  Living with them was his mother.  Present John age 37, Marilla 38, Winnie, 10 and Janey C Stewart 74.
> > * Per 1911 Census they were living in Thompson.  Present were John, Marilla, Winnie 20, Willie 17 and mother Jane Stewart 83.
> > * Selina Farrington Patton and John Crawford Stewart married 1916 in Colchester County.  John was a widow.
> > Hope this additional information helps out.
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> > Valerie Henley-Newell
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> > From: everittdeb <deb.everitt@>
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> > Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2011 3:57:46 PM
> > Subject: [nscumber] John Crawford Stewart
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> > OBITUARY
> > MR JOHN C STEWART DIED ON OCTOBER 24TH AT HIS HOME DOUGLAS STREET TRURO
> > All acquaintances of Mr. John C. Stewart, will regret to learn that he had died at his home on Douglas street, Truro early this morning October 24.
> > Mr Stewart had been in failing helth(sic) for the past ten months. Every effort in a medical way had been made, but the sufferers strength continued to fail until at five o'clock a.m., today he past away.
> > Some seven years ago Mr. Stewart with his family moved from Thompson, Cumb. Co., to this town, where he made many friends and acquaintances.
> > He was a skild(?) mechanic, and was a valued and highly esteemed employee of Messrs Spencer Bros and Turner.
> > The deceased, is survived by his wife, and one daughter, Miss Winnie Stewart.
> > At 8:00 o'clock a.m. on the 25th a short funeral servis(sic), will be held at the home residence Rev. Mr. G. W. F. Glendenning, officiating.
> > The remains will be sent at 9:15 o'clock a.m., on No. 17 Express to Thompson Cumb. Co., for interment.
> > (Truro Daily News October 24, 1917, page 8)
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> > I checked Jan & Feb 1917 for accident, never found it, will check Dec 1916 next week.
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