Eliza (Taggert) Fancy of Minudie; Taggart related to Parrsbo_ ro

I have seen numerous records both Fancy and Fancie, all for the same family.

At this time, I haven't figured out which daughters and which sisters are
married to whom.

Parrsboro Record, Tuesday, August 1, 1939, pg. #4; Reel #2863, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: Mrs. Eliza Fancie
St. Stephen, N.B., July 28th - The death of Mrs. Eliza Fancie, aged 73,
occurred at her home on Cove St., yesterday. Mrs. Fancie was born in
Minudie, N.S. She came here as a bride over 50 years ago. Well-known in the
community, she had the friendship and respect of all all who knew her. Her
death followed an illness of three months. She is survived by two sons, C.W.
Fancie, Winchester, Mass. and Morton of Boston, Mass.; four daughters, Mrs.
Curtis Lewis, of Eastport, Me., Miss Addie Fancie, St. Stephen, Mrs. Gary
Benton, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Allan Carey, Medford, N.S.; Three
brothers, Jack McAleese, Apple River, N.S.; Arthur McAleese, Miami, Fla.;
David McAleese, Fairville, N.B.; three sisters, Mrs. C.H. McQueeney,
Windsor, Vermont; Mrs. R.G. McKay, Stevenson, B.C.; and Mrs. Margaret
Kirkpatrick, Apple River, N.S. Mrs. Fancie is also survived by seven
grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mrs. Fancie's daughter, Mrs.
Benton, was with her mother during the greater part of her last illness.,
only leaving her for her home in Los Angeles a short time ago. The funeral
will be held from her home at 2:30 tomorrow with Rev. B.D. Earle conducting
the service. Interment will be in the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.
(Mrs. Fancie was a daughter of the late Francis MacAleese of Parrsboro, who
was at one time Post Master here.)

Source: Dave Winter, 28 Aug 2012