There's a stone for her and her husband in the Fraserville Cemetery
from Jack Wagstaff's collection. "Mary Yorke b. May 10, 1858; d.
April 27 1915"
On 8/28/2012 10:59 PM, Eric Keys wrote:
> Hi Dave:
> I believe that they are one and the same.
> The Saint John address is just that - her address but she appears to
> have died at D C Grant's home in Athol.
> The only oddball item for me is the reference to James Yorke as her
> From: David Winter <davidwinter@...
> To: nscumber <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2012 10:13:22 PM
> Subject: [nscumber] Mary O. (Grant) York/e
> Could someone please give me an opinion on the 2 Mary York's on the NSARM
> Vitals for Cumberland County?
> Both died 25 Apr 1915. One appears to have died in Saint John while the
> other died in Athol.
> The informant on the Saint John one was D.C. Hunter who would be a
> brother-in-law, Daniel Chisholm Hunter [Marion Moriah (Grant) Grant]
> in Athol if she's the person I'm thinking she is.
> Mary O. Grant, born about 1858 in Fraserville, d/o William Grant and
> Fraser. M/1 George E. York/e on 25 Apr 1877, Greenville, Cumberland
> Greenville could possibly be an error entry for Port Greville?
> 1871 Census:
> 3839 PARRSBORO SHORE 146 GRANT WILLIAM 45 M
> 3839 PARRSBORO SHORE 146 GRANT RACHEL 47 M
> 3839 PARRSBORO SHORE 146 GRANT MARY 13
> (Mary O.)
> 3839 PARRSBORO SHORE 146 GRANT WILLIAM 11
> (William Oney)
> 3839 PARRSBORO SHORE 146 GRANT MERIAM 8
> (Marian Moriah)
> 3839 PARRSBORO SHORE 146 GRANT ALEXANDER 4
> (Fraser Alexander)
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