Re: William Henry Gilbert of Lakelands

Penny:

Thanks. I had Alcorn for Ada May Gilbert but now think it¹s Alkern.

There¹s 2 N.B. 1906 birth registrations for Marguerite Lillian; 1 as Alcorn
and 1 for Alkern. Then there¹s a 1908 N.B. Birth Registration for Roy
Alkern. Father is John Summer Alkern.

The rest of your data jives with what I have.

Dave


On 19/10/11 1:17 PM, "Penny Lane" <plane001@...> wrote:

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> Taken From " The Gilbert's of Cumberland County"
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> William and Jane Taylor:Lakelands
> Fredrick 1868 died in infancy
> Ada May 1869 - 1945 m. John Alcorn (1868-1909)
> Silas Paige 1871-1964 m. Jessie MacPherson ( -1945)
> Sarah Agnes 1873-1897 m. George Demille
> Melvin Earl 1875-1973 m. Ida Marie Doyle (1875-1907)
> m. Bertha Parker 1912 (1875- )
> m.Florence Smith (1895- )
> George Thompson 1878-1940 m. Evelyn Higgs (1882-1968)
> Lillian 1879-1947 m. Hal Schurman
> m. Parker
> Bessie Viola 1886-1947 m. John E. Redhead 1907
> William lived near the outlet of Gilbert Lake. He was a farmer, few traces of
> his farm can be seen now. His land was originally his father's.
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> My records show that George Demille did in fact remarry 11 Dec 1912. To
> Lillian Marie Grass b. 17 April 1882 d. 7 Sept 1973 in Maine. In 1930 she
> shows in the US census as being a housekeeper in a boarding house, age 48
> years According to the US SSDI she died in 1973..
> Name: Lillie Demille
> SSN: 005-12-0103
> Last Residence: 953 (U.S. Consulate), Canada
> Born: 17 Apr 1882
> Died: Sep 1973
> State (Year) SSN issued: Maine (Before 1951)
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> George died on 15 March 1928 in Waasis, NB.. I can¹t remember where I got the
> information on George¹s death, as it was such a long time ago and at that time
> I didn¹t record the source.
> George Edwin DeMille was a s/o Charles Ebenezer DeMille [1831-1903] and Sarah
> Isabella Upham.[ 1830-1917] She was a d/o Joshua Upham and Charity Fowler of
> New Brunswick.
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