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Notre Dame Bay Region ~ Exploits District

Moreton's Harbour to Shoe Cove - Anglican Marriages 1861 - 1935

From Anglican Church Records held at Botwood
These records came from about 18 original, large volumes which were stored at the Anglican Church in Botwood. The earlier records were found in a box in the basement while preparations were on-going for the 50th anniversary of the Church. Some of volumes survived a fire and a lot of the pages were partially burned. I was fortunate to be able to take the volumes home to transcribe them ..... this is very unusual with Church records. These volumes will be stored either in the Anglican Archives for Central New foundland or the Botwood Heritage Society Archives. I copied all the records on diskettes to be stored at the Church to eliminate any further handling of the fragile pages. A lot of the handwriting was hard to decipher so there are bound to be errors. JUDY GILL, 2001

Transcribed by PAUL & JUDY GILL, 2000. While we have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors.

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DATE GROOM BRIDE LOCATION WITNESSES
October-24,-1861-John BARTLETT& Miriam JENNINGSin Church at Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: James Jones, Phoebe Rideout
October 28, 1861Israel FUDGE& Tamar BURTin Church at Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Charles White, William A. Rideout, Susannah Foote
December 14, 1861John WELLEN& Dinah SMALLin the Church at Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Thomas Wellen, Dinah Bide, Pebe (?Phoebe) Gillett
June 7, 1862Charles Martin FUDGE& Mary Ann WHITEin Church, Indian Burying Ground by George TuckerWitnesses: W. T. Knight, James White, Thomas Studley
June 9, 1862James LAUNDEN& Eliza HEWLETTin Shoe Cove by George TuckerWitnesses: Frederick Fricker, William (illegible), Sarah Gray
June 12, 1862Henry RIDEOUT, Moreton's Harbor& Jane COOMBS, Round Harborin Round Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Charles Collins, William Coombs, Fanny Smith, Elias Smith
June 20, 1862Henry RICHMAN, Hampshire, England& Jane WELLS, Three Armsin Three Arms by George TuckerWitnesses: Henry Strong, William Budgell, Sophia Strong
August 26, 1862John WELCHMAN, Shoe Cove& Jane GRAY, Shoe Covein Shoe Cove by George TuckerWitnesses: John Welchman, Sr., John Gray, Martha Ann Gray
August 27, 1862Solomon WINSER, Tilt Cove& Rachel POLLARD, Herring Neckin Tilt Cove by George TuckerWitnesses: Henry Jure, William Mackey, Elias Dix
August 29, 1862John FOST, Herring Neck& Mary WAYLAND, Harbour Gracein Snook's Arm bu George TuckerWitnesses: William Young, John Tilley
August 31, 1862Thomas BOWERS, Round Harbor& Joanna FOST, Herring Neckat Indian Burying Place by George TuckerWitnesses: Henry Jure, Sarah Jane Giles
August 31, 1862Jonathan ADAMS, Indian Burying Place& Jane STOODLEY, Indian Burying Placeat Indian Burying Place by George TuckerWitnesses: Thomas Studley, James Studley
September 2, 1862Elias SQUIRES, Herrng Neck& Sarah NOBLE, Nipper's Harbor at Nipper's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Samuel Randell, Thomas Batstone
September 3, 1862Samuel DOLLAND& Phoebe LANGDOWNE, both of Nipper's Harborat Nipper's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Charles Batstone, Rebecca Langdowne
September 3, 1862Benjamin BOWERS& Jane ANDERSON, both of Nipper's Harborat Nipper's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Charles Batstone, Elizabeth Noble
October 8, 1862Andrew PEARCE, JR.& Anna WELLS, both of Exploits Burnt Islandin the Church at Exploits Burnt Island by George TuckerWitnesses: Edward Downton, Alfred Pearce
December 3, 1862Andrew BRINTON& Jemima RUSSELL, both of Moreton's Harborin the Church, Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Charles White, Mary Jane Fudge
December 2, 1862Albert TAYLOR& Martha PECKFORD, both of Moreton's Harborin Church, Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Basil Taylor, Martha Taylor
February 20, 1863Adam RIDEOUT& Mary Jane FUDGE, both of Eastern Headin Church, Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: William Manuel, Rachel Rideout
April 21, 1863Charles HARVEY, Black Island Main Tickle& Louisa CURTIS, Twillingatein Church, Tizzard's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Aaron Bide, Fanny Bide, Dinah Bide
May 26, 1863Samuel (or Lamuel) BURT& Dinah BIDE, both of Tizzard's Harborin Church, Moreton's Harbor by George TuckerWitnesses: Aaron Bide, Fanny Bide, Richard Burt
July 14, 1863William COOMBS& Fanny SMITH, both of Round Harborby George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Rebecca Coombs, Ann Coombs, Henry Rideout
August 25, 1863Frederick THOMAS, Chard, Somerset, England& Hannah NOBLE, Nipper's Harborin Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: William Noble, Elizabeth Noble, Thomas Starks
August 25, 1863John NOBLE, Nipper's Harbor& Phoebe ELLELTE, Twillingatein Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Elizabeth Noble, Thomas Batstone, William Noble, Frederick Thomas, Thomas Starks
August 26, 1863Mark MILLER, Ship Cove, Trinity Bay& Sarah GREY, Shoe Covein Shoe Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Jonathan Taylor, Frank Morgan, John Cater, Frederick Frecker
September 6, 1863Richard LANGDOWN, Nipper's Harbor& Miriam ROWSELL, Hall's Bayat Nipper's Harbor (14th Sunday after Trinity) by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Frederick Thomas, Charles Batstone, Samuel Rendall
September 6, 1863John STARKS, Nipper's Harbor& Amy Ann POLLARD, Button Hole Coveat Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Frederick Thomas, Charles Batstone, Samuel Rendall
September 7, 1863Josiah KNIGHT, widower& Phoebe NOBLE, both of Nipper's Harborat Stocking Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Thomas Batstone, Frederick Thomas, James Batstone, Levi Shirran
September 10, 1863William BUDGELL, widower, Three Arms Island& Susannah SIMS, Triton at Three Arms Island by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John B. Wells, James White, John Day
September 13, 1863Thomas MAY, Indian Burying Place& Matilda WHITE, Indian Burying Place at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: James White, William May, Joseph Rideout
September 15, 1863Thomas STARKS, widower, Nipper's Harbor& Rebekah LANGDOWN, Nipper's Harbor at Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: William Noble, James White
September 25, 1863James ANDREWS, Harbour Grace& Agnes COX, New Bay Headin Church, Leading Tickles by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Richard Michael Hamilton, Simon Ward, Jane Haggett , Reuben ?Pike, Robert Haggett
September 16, 1863James HIGGINS, widower, Cove Head, Prince Edward Island& Hannah KING at King's Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: James King, Gilbert Noble, Mary Ann King
November 2, 1863William TAYLOR, Moreton's Harbor& Rachael RIDEOUT, Moreton's Harborin Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Charles Britt, Arch Rideout, Mark Taylor, Agnes Rideout
November 5, 1863James LOCKE, Tizzard's Harbor& Phoebe GILLETTE, Twillingatein Church, Tizzard's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Absalom Bide, Thomas Wheaton, Absalom Osborne, Eliza Wheaton
June 18, 1864Daniel RENDALL, Herring Neck& Eliza RENDALL, Nipper's Harborin Church, Nipper's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Thomas Starks, William Noble
June 20, 1864Henry STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place& Alice POLLARD, Bear Cove at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: James White, Thomas Stoodley, Jane Stoodley
June 21, 1864James FOSS, Snook's Arm&Caroline PIDDLE, Leading Tickles at Bobbie's Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: James White, Thomas May
June 1, 1864Joseph FOSS, Snook's Arm& Rebekah STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Henry Stoodley, Charles Stoodley
August 22, 1864Henry HEWLETT, Shoe Cove& Elizabeth COOMBS, Round Harbor at Round Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Cater, John Coombs, Annie White,
October 24, 1864John HEAD, Grate's Cove, Trinity Bay& Lavinia TAYLOR, Moreton's Harbor at Moreton's Harbor Church by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Edwin Taylor, Frederick Taylor, George Peddle
October 25, 1864Thomas BIRTS, Tizzard's Harbor& Emma RANDELL, Tizzard's Harbor at Moreton's Harbor Church by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Gates, ? Stuckley, Richard Bide
October 29, 1864John MILLEY, Black Head& Mary RIDEOUT, Western Headin Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Richard Rideout, Edward Taylor (Note: This entry is waterm & ink stained and very hard to read)
November 1, 1864 (All Saint's Day)Joseph CANNINGS, Western Head& Hannah FUDGE, Western Headin Church at Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Hercules Rideout, Hannah Taylor, Isaac Fudge
November 2, 1864Mark TAYLOR, Moreton's Harbor& Agnes BUDGELL, Little Harborin Church, Moreton's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: William Taylor, Joseph Taylor, George Budgell
March 6, 1865Robert HAGGETT, Leading Tickles& Rebecca COOMBS, widow, Round Harborat Leading Tickles by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Haggett, Robert Alcock, Jane Haggett
March 7, 1865William SHEARIN, New Bay Head& Rosannah BUDGELL, Port de Grave, Conception Bay at New Bay Head by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Richard Martin, John Cox
March 8, 1865John Thomas RICHARDS, New Bay Head& Sarah DAW, New Bay Head at New Bay by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Isaac Richards, Richard Martin
July 1, 1865Eli TILLEY, Kelligrews& Mary FUDGE, Round Harbor at Shoe Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Aaron Boyde, John Whealen, Abram Pardy
July 2, 1865 (3rd Sunday after Trinity)Nicholas HEWLETT, Shoe Cove& Miriam GREY, Shoe Cove at the Church, Shoe Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Charles Wilmington, Jesse Grey
July 2, 1865 (3rd Sunday after Trinity)Solomon CHIPP, Shoe Cove& Eunice NEWBERRY, Shoe Cove at Shoe Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: William Newberry, Elizabeth Newberry
July 7, 1865Charles COOMBS, Round Harbor& Mary ?SLADE, Round Harbor at Round Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Coombs, Anne Coombs, Jane Rideout
July 9, 1865Robert PROLE, Indian Burying Place& Susan GILES, Indian Burying Place at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: William May, William Prole, James White
July 9, 1865Richard PROLE, Indian Burying Place& Maria Susan RIDEOUT, Rogues Harbor, Notre Dame Bay at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitness: Robert Prole
July 10, 1865Levi WHITE, widower, Indian Burying Place& Elizabeth RIDEOUT, Rogues Harbor, Notre Dame Bayat Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: James ?White, Joseph Rideout
July 10, 1865Joseph RIDEOUT, Rogues Harbor& Emily WHITE, Indian Burying Place at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitness: Levi White
July 23, 1865George ROWSELL, widower, Leading Tickles& Rebecca FUDGE, widow, Twillingate at Leading Tickles by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: William Rowsell, Melina Alcock
September 2, 1865Israel DECKER, Joe Batt's Arm& Esther DICKS, Caplin Cove at Caplin Cove, district of Fogo, by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Abel Pardy, Anne ?Saunders, Sarah ? (very water & ink stained)
September 3, 1865Theophilus PORTER, South Shore, Conception Bay& Mary Philips, Indian Burying Placeat Round Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Sheppard, William Stidstone, William Collins
September 3, 1865Edward BOONE, Round Harbor& Julia PILLEY, Black Island at Round Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Sheppard, William Stidstone, William Collins
September 3, 1865Elias SMITH, Round Harbor& Anne WHITE, Indian Burying Place at Round Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Sheppard, William Stidstone, William Collins
September 18, 1865Elias CROUCHER, Cutwell Arm& Caroline WHATKINS, Cutwell Arm at Ward's Harbor by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: James Croucher, John Rowsell, Joseph Rowsell
September 23, 1865James ROBERTS, Bonavista& Jane YOUNG, Shoe Cove Bight at Shoe Cove by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: John Clance, John Richards
September 20, 1865Henry ?LEAR, Port de Grave, Conception Bay& Sarah Anne MAY, Indian Burying Place at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Charles Collins, William May
September 26, 1865Charles STOODLEY, Indian Burying Place& Sarah Anne (illegible), Shoe Cove at Indian Burying Place by George Seymour ChamberlainWitnesses: Thomas Stoodley, Charles Collins, William May
October 31, 1865Samson STUCKLEY, Tizzard's Harbor& Patience BIDE, Tizzard's Harbor at the Church of St. Thomas, Moreton's Harbor by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Thomas Bide, Peter Studley
November 8, 1865Peter STUCKLESS, Tizzard's Harbor& Fannie BIDE, Tizzard's Harbor at the Church of St. Thomas, Moreton's Harbor by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Barthomelew Stuckless, Alfred Boyde
October 3, 1866Joseph HILL, Black Island& Jane MARTIN, Black Harborat the Church of St. Thomas, Moreton's Harbor by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Hugh Perry, Harry Hill
October 31, 1866John LILLEY& Sarah BAKER, both of Exploits Burnt IslandChurch of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Aram Downton, Henry Stride
October 31, 1866Samuel POTTER& Susan STRIDE, both of Exploits Burnt IslandChurch of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Aram Downton, Henry Stride
November 26, 1866John HORWOOD& Ruth DOWNTON, both of Exploits Burnt IslandChurch of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Edward Downton, Edward (illegible)
May 8, 1867William PELLEY& Anne PARDY, both of Exploits Burnt IslandChurch of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: John Pelley, George Pelley
June 11, 1867John BINGAL& Naomi HANCOCK, both of Leading Ticklesin Leading Tickles by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Thomas Rowsell, Eli Rowsell
June 14, 1867John GILL& Mary CLANCE, both of Exploits, Burnt Islandin Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: James Gill, Charles Foote
August 18, 1867William COLLINS, Round Harbor& Louisa FIFIELD, Twillingateat Round Harbor by G. H. HooperWitnesses: George B. Oxford, Charles Collins
September 10, 1867William JEANS, England& Jane HACKETT, Leading Tickles at Leading Tickles by G. H. HooperWitnesses: James Alcock, William Alcock
April 29, 1867Stephen SHERIN& Matilda COX, both of New Bayat Leading Tickles by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Uriah Martin, James Andrews
November 12, 1867William EVANS& Elizabeth POPE, both of Exploits Burnt Islandat Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: John Jure, Maria Jure
December 2, 1867Edward DOWNTON& Elizabeth LUFF, widow, both of Exploits Burnt Island at Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Aram Downton, ?Tamar Baker
December 10, 1867Alfred BEATON& Julia GILLETT, both of Exploits Burnt Island at Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: William Sceviour, George Foote
January 9, 1869William WILLMINGTON, labourer, Union Mine& Jane OAK, resident of Union Minein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: David Oak, Maria Blandford
March 13, 1869Mark WATKINS, miner, Union Mine& Ellen NOSEWORTHY, resident, Union Minein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: John Tilley, John Goss
March 16, 1869John PARDY, miner, Union Mine& Ann WILLIAMS, resident, Union Minein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Walt Forsey, Grace Phillips
March 21, 1869Joseph SMITH, fisherman, Round Harbor& Elizabeth MOORE, Round Harborin the house of Charles Collins, Round Harbor, by John LockwardWitnesses: William Collins, Charles Collins, Mary Collins
April 2, 1869John GOSS, miner, Union Mine& Mary Ann SACREY, resident, Union Minein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Patience Turner, John Charles Tilley
April 9, 1869David OAK, labourer, Union Mine& Maria BLANDFORD, resident, Union Minein school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: William Warford, Eliza Jane Taylor
May 1, 1869Henry GILES, sawyer, Union Mine& Mary Ann WINSER, daughter of one of the old settlersin the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Thomas Boyd, Charles Winser, Robert Whiting Heath
May 19, 1869John SQUIRES, servant to John Coombs & resident of Round Harbour& Sarah SHELLEY, also servant in the same familyin the house of John Coombs, Round Harbor by John LockwardWitnesses: John Coombs, Ann Coombs, Charles Coombs
May 27, 1869John WHITE, fisherman Indian Burying Place& Emma PARDY, lately living at Tilt Covein the school room at Indian Burying Place by John LockwardWitnesses: William Pilley, Mary Barnes, Joseph Rideout
July 15, 1869John YOUNG, fisherman, Snooks Arm& Catherine FORD, late servant of John Foss, Snooks Armin the house of the bridegroom, Snooks Arm by John LockwardWitnesses: Samson Young, Charlotte Young
October 14, 1869Smith MCKAY, gentleman, one of the proprietors of the Union Mine, Tilt Cove& Susan LOCK, Tilt Covein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Henry Ernest ---hing (illegible), L.R. C.P. & L.R.C.S. Edinb., Grace Philips
November 10, 1869William BUDGEL, fisherman, Three Arms& Susannah ROUSELL, Tilt Covein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: John Charles Tilley
November 19, 1869Joseph TILLEY, miner, Union Mine& Louisa WINSER, daughter of one of the old settlersin the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: John Charles Tilley, John Winsor, William James Tilley
November 19, 1869Ambrose CHURCHILL, carpenter, Union Mine& Ann CHIPPETT, lately from Leading Ticklesin the school room, Tilt Cove, by John LockwardWitnesses: John Charles Tilley, Robert Hillier
December 31, 1869Robert OAK, labourer, Union Mine& Esther FORD, Tilt Covein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Thomas Sacrey, Rebecca James
January 5, 1870Samuel PARDY, miner, Union Mine& Charlotte DICKS, Tilt Covein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: William James Tilley, Elisabeth Milley, Susannah Bowden
January 26, 1870William PURCHAS, labourer, Union Mine & lately from Twillingate& Patience CHAMBERLAIN, Tilt Covein the proprietor's house, Tilt Cove, the present residence of the Missionary by John LockwardWitnesses: Thomas Sacrey, William Sacrey, Mary Ann Goss
January 29, 1870William TAYLOR, Tilt Cove& Louisa ANTHONY, Tilt Covein the proprietor's house, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Joseph Taylor, George Banks, Mary Jane Noel
February 1, 1870George HACKETT, Tilt Cove& Mary Naomi CHIPPETT, Tilt Covein proprietor's house, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Robert Hackett, Ambrose Churchill, Ann Churchill
March 17, 1870Thomas BLANDFORD, Tilt Cove& Grace PIDDLE, Tilt Covein school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: John Tilley, Elizabeth Oak, Sarah Jane Winser, George Hackett
April 25, 1870Henry GREENAN, lately from Twillingate& Ann MOORE, Tilt Covein school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Charles Gillard, Lavinia Gillard
May 25, 1870Thomas PHILLIPS, miner, Union Mine& Harriet COLBOURNE, lately from Twillingatein the school room at Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Alfred Colbourne, John --oyle (illegible)
July 14, 1870Willis FORWARD, labourer, Union Mine& Elizabeth OAK, Tilt Covein the school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: John Tilley, Emma Banks
July 24, 1870Andrew PITTMAN, fisherman, Nipper's Harbor& Emma BOWERS, Nipper's Harborin the Church, Nipper's Harbor by John LockwardWitnesses: Frederick Thomas, Richard Langdon, Charles Batstone
September 28, 1870William FOSS, fisherman, Snooks Arm& Louisa HOUNSELL, lately from Stocking Harborin the house of the Foss brothers by John LockwardWitnesses: Andrew Foss, Harriet Foss, John Hounsell
October 5, 1870Henry HEWLETT, fisherman, Shoe Cove& Jane WELCHMAN, Shoe Covein the Church, Shoe Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Dorcas Gray, William Welchman
October 5, 1870John SAUNDERS, fisherman, Shoe Cove& Dorcas DICKS, Shoe Covein the Church, Shoe Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: George Morgan, Dorcas Gray
October 5, 1870John Edward EBSARY, fisherman, lately from St. John's& Susannah GRAY, Shoe Covein Church, Shoe Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Dorcas Gray, George Morgan
November 14, 1870Elias DICKS, fisherman, Caplin Cove& Rebecca RIDEOUT, (widow), Shoe Cove Bightin the house of John Mitchell, Caplin Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Thomas Miller, Louisa Power, George Dicks
November 15, 1870George MORGAN, lately from Conception Bay, now residing in Shoe Cove& Dorcas GRAY, Shoe Covein the Church at Shoe Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: James Gray, Sarah Ann Foster, Jesse Gray
November 15, 1870Benjamin BOWERS, labourer, Tilt Cove& Susannah PARSONS, Tilt Covein school room, Tilt Cove by John LockwardWitnesses: Thomas Sacrey, Naomi Andrews, William Sacrey, James Noseworthy
May 13, 1868Joseph HINDS& Grace CARRAWAY, both of Exploits Burnt Islandin the Church of all Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Eliza C. Hooper, Samuel Budgell
August 17, 1868Henry EBSARY& Ellen FITZPATRICK, both of Tilt Coveat Indian Burying Ground by G. H. HooperWitnesses: William Tilley, William Winsor
September 18, 1868James WINSER& Mary Ann VARR, both of Tilt Coveat Tilt Cove by G. H. HooperWitnesses: William Tilley, William Winser
November 11, 1868Alfred PURCHASE& Emma MANUEL, both of Exploits Burnt Islandin the Church of All Saints, Exploits by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Aram Downton, John Manuel, Jr.
November 9, 1869James WELLS& Elizabeth DIAMOND, both of Exploits Burnt Islandat Exploits Burnt Island by G. H. HooperWitnesses: Thomas Milley, Henry Manuel
November 18, 1869James DOREY& Mary Jane EVANS, both of Exploits Burnt Islandat Exploits Burnt Island by G. H. HooperWitnesses: William Evans, Edward Evans
Wednesday, August 31, 1870John SHARON& Priscilla EARLE, both of New Bayat New Bay by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: Edward Moores, John Cox
August 21, 1870Henry HANCOCK& Mary Ann PIDDLE, both of Leading Ticklesin the Church, Leading Tickles by Walter Redfearn Smith (during Divine Service in the afternoon of the 10th Sunday after Trinity)
[August 21, 1870]Albert FORSEY& Emma ROWSELL, both of Leading Ticklesby Walter Redfearn Smith
Monday, August 22, 1870Benjamin BILLINGS& Isabella HANNAM, both of Leading Ticklesin Church, Leading Tickles by Walter R. Smith
October 4, 1870Mark ROWSELL, Leading Tickles& Mary Ann PENNY, Seldom Come Byin Church, Leading Tickles by Walter R. Smith.
October 6, 1870Joseph MARTIN, Carbonear& Jane MARTIN, widow, Leading Ticklesin Church, Leading Tickles by Walter Redfearn Smith
Sunday, October 21, 1870William Thomas BUTT& Eliza DORY, both of Exploits Burnt Islandin All Saints Church, Exploits by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: Joseph Woolfrey, John Downton
December 4, 1870 (4th Sunday in Advent)John DOWNTON, 36 yrs.& Ann ARNOLD, 26 yrs., both of Exploits Burnt Islandin All Saints Church, Exploits by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: William Sceviour, Emily Jane Tilley, A. C. J. Warren
Friday, December 16, 1870Noah CHIPPETT, 25 yrs., Leading Tickles& Dorcas MOORE, 23, New Bayin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: Albert Forsey, Alfred Moore, A. C. J. Warren
Friday, December 16, 1870Reuben MANUEL, 25 yrs.& Selina JURE, 25 yrs., both of Exploits Burnt Islandin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: William Lilley, Henry Manuel
Tuesday, December 22, 1870George Henry FOOTE, 26 yrs., Exploits Burnt Island& Louisa Isabella PEARCE, 26 yrs., Exploits Burnt Islandin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: Andrew Pearce, Abraham Pearce, Joseph Pearce, Alf Warren
Sunday, August 20, 1871William SHORT, widower, Harlick's Cove& Phoebe BURTON, Ward's Harborin Christs' Church, Ward's Harbor by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: John Hewlett, John Rowsell, Sr., Thomas Rideout
Monday, November 6, 1871Francis MARTIN, Black Island& Elizabeth DAVIS, Harbour Gracein All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: Joseph Hill, Ambrose Hill, Ellen Hamilton
Thursday, Novembe 9, 1871Arthur DOWNTON& Ann BAKER, both of Exploits Burnt Islandin All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: Giles Foote, Elijah Lanning, Isabel ? (illegible)
Friday, July 5, 1872Thomas MILLER, Topsail, Conception Bay& Martha CURTIS, Dominion Point, Exploits Riverin the saw mill at Dominion Point by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: James Winsor, F. J. Vallance, Aram Downton
Monday, February 10, 1873Charles Beaton GILL, widower, 40 yrs., Kite Cove, Exploits River& Sarah Elisabeth BALL, 23 yrs., Exploits Burnt Islandin winter residence of groom at Wigwam Point, Exploits River by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: Frederick Jure, George Gill, Levi Baker, Elisabeth Emma Squires
November 5, 1873John MANUEL& Mary Jane MILLEY, both of Exploitsin Exploits by Robert TempleWitnesses: Frederick Jure, Solomon Hancock, Susan Jure
Thursday, November 27, 1873James SCEVIOUR& Phebe RIDEOUT, both of Exploits Burnt Islandin All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: John Horwood, Abraham Lilley, Hannah Manuel
Saturday, June 6, 1874William Henry POTTER, fisherman, Black Island& Jane STRIDE, Hoop Stick Gulch, near northern head of Exploits Bayin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: Henry Stride, Susan Jure, Levi Baker, Robert H. Whiteway
Saturday, June 27, 1874Aaron FIFIELD, fisherman, Badger Bay& Mary ROBERTS of Frederick, Seal Bayin Church, Leading Tickles by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: Mark Rowsell, George Rowsell, Sarah Jane Cull Lydia Roberts, Phebe Fifield, Augustus Bridger
Sunday, June 28, 1874George HANNAM, fisherman, Leading Tickles& Louisa LUFFMAN of William, Leading Ticklesin Church, Leading Tickles during Divine Service, 4th Sunday of Trinity, by Walter R. SmithWitnesses: Eli Rowsell, Thomas Silk
Thursday, October 29, 1874Thomas William WAY, St. John's West& Eunice BUTLER of John, Sr., Port de Grave, Conception Bayat the residence of Jabez Butler, Dominion Point, Exploits River by Walter Redfearn SmithWitnesses: James Winsor, F. J. Vallance, Frank ?Banbury, Jacob Winsor Butler
Thursday, December 30, 1875Abraham LILLY, 25 yrs., Exploits Burnt Island& Mary Manchester WINSOR, 23 yrs. of ?illegible Henry Winsor, Aquefortein Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John HewittWitnesses: George Sceviour, John Sceviour, William Lilly, Harry Lilly
July 1, 1876Henry LANGDON, fisherman, Exploits Burnt Island& Elizabeth Ann EVANS of Edward, Exploits Burnt Islandin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John HewittWitnesses: Richard Lacey, Henry Evans, Lucenda Lacey
September 5, 1876Charles NOSEWORTHY, 43, fisherman, Leading Tickles& Mary TRAVIS, 49, widow, Twillingateat their residence, South West Arm, Notre Dame Bay by John HewittWitnesses: Joseph Martin, Uriah Martin
October 21, 1876James BUDGEL, 24 yrs., fisherman, Leading Tickles& Harriet BUDGEL, 23 yrs., of the late Thomas, Exploits Burnt Islandin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John HewittWitnesses: John Horwood, Abraham Cafe, Maria Chaulk, Frances Clarke
October 30, 1876James JUER, 29 yrs., fisherman, Killick Island, Exploits Bay& Ann PHELAN, 17 yrs., of John, Bett's Covein school, Dominion Point, Exploits Bay by John HewittWitnesses: Aram Downton, F. J. Vallance, James Winsor, Frank Banbury
November 8, 1876Henry MILLEY, 28 yrs., fisherman, Exploits Burnt Island& Sarah FOT of Peter R., Harbour Gracein Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John HewittWitnesses: William Frampton, Levi Milley, Susannah Milley, Priscilla Milley
October 3, 1877William John HOOPER, 28 yrs., fisherman& Mary PURCHASE, 38 yrs. of John, Dominion Point, Exploits Riverin school room, Dominion Point, Exploits River by John HewittWitnesses: James Winsor, F. J. Vallance, Aram Downton, John Cousins
November 6, 1877Joseph HILL, 35 yrs., widower, fisherman, Black Island& Fanny WELLS, 29 yrs., widow, of Henry Wells, Exploits Burnt Islandin Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island by John HewittWitnesses: William Budgell, Thomas Hill, Amelia Ann Hill, Charlotte Hill
July 2, 1878Isaac Ford WINSOR, 21 yrs., engineer, Dominion Point, Exploits River& Annie PAYNE, 25 yrs., of George, Barneed, Conception Bayin school, Dominion Point by John HewittWitnesses: Ford Winsor, Jacob W. Butler, Anna J. Winsor, Isabella Winsor
July 2, 1878George William PAYNE, 28 yrs., engineer, Dominion Point, Exploits River& Cecilia Jane PURCHASE, 18 yrs., of John, Dominion Pointin school, Dominion Point by John HewittWitnesses: F. J. Vallance, G. S. Green, James Mercer, Juanita Purchase
July 3, 1878Henry TUCKER, widower, 45 yrs., mill servant, Dominion Point& Abigail MILLEY, 25 yrs., of Edward (deceased), Exploits Burnt Islandin school, Dominion Point, Exploits River by John HewittWitnesses: Jabez Butler, F. J. Vallance, Jacob W. Butler, Eliza Ellen Curtis
December 12, 1878Elijah LANNING, Exploits Burnt Island& Mary NOSEWORTHY, Leading Ticklesin All Saints Church, Exploits Burnt Island by Henry C. JohnsonWitnesses: Anna Lilly, Lucy Manuel, Thomas ?Pearce, Henry Lacey, Joseph Pearce
April 19, 1879John COUSINS, Dominion Point, age 25, sailor, (father,George, miner)and Elizabeth SEABRIGHT, Exploits River, age 24, domestic servant, (father,James, fisherman). Marriedin the Church of England School House, Dominion Point, Exploits River by Henry Charles Hamilton Johnsonin the presence of Isaac Ford Winsor and F. J. Vallance, J.P. (having being previously jo ined by W. J. ?rison on December 13, 1878)
May 4, 1880Robert HOUSE, widower, Fleury's Bight, age 55, fisherman (father, Robert, fisherman)and May WALBURN, Fleury's Bight, spinster, age 44, sevant, (father, Elikium, fisherman). Marriedin the house of John Shirran, Fleury's Bight, New Bay Head, by Henry C. H. Johnsonin the presence of Robert Guy and Mary House.
June 24, 1880Henry FRAMPTON, Exploits Burnt Island, fisherman, age 25, (father, John, fisherman)and Jane LANGDON, age 18, Northern Arm, Exploits Bay, (father, John, fisherman)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Henry C. H. Johnson, Deaconin the presence of John Ball and Robert Guy.
August 19, 1880William J. R. PARNELL, St. John's, overlooker, age 31 (father, John. K. deceased)and Grace D. WINSOR, St. John's, age 21 (father Thomas A., merchant)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Henry C. H. Johnsonin the presence of Will Winsor and Jane Parnell.
November 19, 1880Edward HANCOCK, South West Arm,New Bay, lumberman, age 26 (father, James, fisherman)and Jane Ann MILLS, South West Arm, New Bay, servant, age 23 (father James, fisherman)in the home of Stephen Sherran, South West Arm, New Bayin the presence of James Andrews and Abram Ford.
December 15, 1880Thomas WAY, widower, Dominion Point, age 31and Emma MOORE, age 33, St. John'sat Kite Cove by Henry C. H. Johnsonin the presence of Solomon Manuel and Miriam Brown.
June 16, 1881George SEABRIGHT, Dominion Point, labourer, age 22 (father James, fisherman)and Mary (?May) Ann HUTCHINGS, Dominion Point, servant, age 21 (father, John Hutchings, fisherman)in the School House, Dominion Point, by Henry H. C. Johnsonin the presence of Frederick ?Barrett and Isabella Winsor.
August 17, 1881John Hyacinth NOONAN, St. John's, accountant, age 26 (father James Lyon Noonan, accountant)and Annie Avery WINSOR, St. John's, age 23, (father Thomas, merchant)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Robert Temple, Rural Deanin the presence of Thomas Winsor, Mary Menchinton Winsor, John H. Messier.
November 25, 1881Joseph ROWSELL, Wards Harbour, fisherman, age 28 (father, John, planter)and Elizabeth ROBERTS, Wards Harbour, age 30, servant, (father, Jeremiah, fisherman)in Christ Church, Wards Harbour by Henry H. C. Johnsonin the presence of Thomas Rowsell and Henry James Rowsell.
November 25, 1881Henry James ROWSELL, Wards Harbour, fisherman, age 37, (father, John, planter)and Harriett ROBERTS, Wards Harbour, age 29, (father Jememiah, fisherman)by Henry H.C. Johnson in Christ Church, Wards Harbourin the presence of Thomas Rowsell and Joseph Rowsell.
November 15, 1882Edgar D. MARTIN, Black Island, fisherman, age 26 (father Richard, fisherman)and Emma ROSE, Twillingate, age 23 (father, Stephen fisherman)by George Crane (Deacon) in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Joseph Hill and Frederick Martin.
October 20, 1882James Robert EARLE, Jacob's Cove, fisherman, age 21 (father, John, fisherman)and Elizabeth COX, Jacob's Cove, age 23, (father, John, fisherman)by George Crane (Deacon) in the house of John Shirran, Fleury's Bight, New Bay Headin the presence of James Andrews, Fanny H. Cox and Mary House.
November 16, 1882Ambrose HILL, Black Island, fisherman, age 33 (father William, deceased)and Elizabeth ?(illegible), Black Island, age 27, (father, Lawrence ?)by George Crane (Deacon) in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Joseph Barnes, Amy Roberts, Thomas Hill.
December 5, 1882Robert FAGAN, Cottrell's Cove, fisherman, age 20 (father, Michael, fisherman)and Mary RICHARDS, Cottrell's Cove, servant, age 24 (father, Isaac, fisherman)by George Crane (Deacon) in the home of Abraham Richards, Cottrell's Cove, New Bayin the presence of Abraham Richards, Patience Richards, Lillian Hicks.
October 3, 1883Thomas John ENNIS, Bett's Coveand Mary ROBERTS, Twillingateat Little Bay Mines, by George Crane, Deaconin the presence of James Roberts, Elias Roberts, Mary Roberts.
November 1, 1883Edward ROBERTS, Black Island, fisherman, age 26 (father, Joseph, fisherman)and Ellen BARNES, Black Island, age 22, (father, Joseph, fisherman)by George Crane (Deacon) in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Islandin the presence of Ambrose Hill, Emma Roberts, Thomas Hill.
December 1, 1883Josiah NOSEWORTHY, Leading Tickles, fisherman, age 29, (father, James, fisherman)and Anna LILLY, Exploits Burnt Island, age 24 (father, William, fisherman)by George Crane (Deacon) in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Islandin the presence of William Lilly, Helena Lilly, Laura Sceviour.
July 9, 1884William George MANUEL, Kite Cove, Exploits River, fisherman, age 24, (father, John, fisherman)and Martha STRIDE, Kite Cove, Exploits River, age 24 (father, Abel, fisherman)in the house of John Manuel, Sr., Kite Cove, Exploits River by George Crane, Deaconin the presence of Solomon Manuel, Deborah Manuel, John Manuel.
November 11, 1884?Henry (Illegible), ? Cove, Black Island, fisherman, age 27 (father deceased)and Mary Jane ANSTEY, Green Island Cove, age 26, (father, Charles, fisherman)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by George Crane, Priestin the presence of James Primmer, Jessie Sceviour, Martha Pilley.
November 13, 1884Alfred DAWSON, Toronto, Canada, age 28and Fanny ?Elius (illegible), Bay Roberts, age 25, by George Cranein the house of J. W. Phillips, Esq., Point Leamington, New Bayin the presence of J. W. Phillips, Jane Hutchcraft, Arthur R. Hutchcraft.
August 29, 1886John HANCOCK, Ship Cove, fisherman age 21, (father, James, fisherman)& Priscilla Gill)in the School House, Dominion Point, Exploits River, by George S. Chamberlainin the presence of Delbert R. Hollandsworth and John E. Cater.
August 31, 1886William HEMEON, widower, Dominion Point, lumberman, age 27, (parents, Philip and Abigail Hemeon, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia), and Phoebe Jane HANCOCK, Exploits River, age 17, servant, (parents James and Martha Hancock)School House, Dominion Point, Exploits River, by George Chamberlain, Priestin the presence of Jacob A. Windsor and John E. Cater
September 24, 1886Delbert HOLLANDSWORTH, Dominion Point, lumberman, age 21 (father, Alexander, 2nd County, Nova Scotia)and Lavina Naomi HANCOCK, Exploits River, servant, age 20 (parents, James & Martha Hancock)by George Seymour Chamberlain, Clerk in Holy Order in the School House, Dominion Point, Exploits Riverin the presence of Perry W. Dowling & Emma Seabright
November 29, 1886Henry STRIDE, fisherman, age 25 (father, George, fisherman)and Elizabeth Anne CURTIS, age 22, ? (illegible) Point, Exploits Bay, (father, Frank, farmer)by G.S. Chamberlain, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Islandin the presence of Mary Menchienton Winsor and James Manuel.
January 9, 1890Abraham SCEVIOUR, Exploits Burnt Island, fisherman, age 25 (father, William, planter)and Elfrida BUTT, Exploits Burnt Island, age 18, (father, Julius Butt)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Philip G. Snowin the presence of Frederick W. Sceviour & Ameia Winsor
September 27, 1891Jonas STUCKLESS, widower, Comfort Cove, farmer, age 32, (father, Richard, fisherman)and Abigail Susanna CANNINGS, New Harbour, Comfort Cove, servant, age 24, (father, John, farmer)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Philip G. Snowin the presence of Maria Cannings & Moses Snelgrove
September 27, 1891John HEAD, Comfort Cove, fisherman, age 25, (father, John, fisherman)and Mary CANNINGS, Western Head, age 21, servant, (father, Charles, fisherman)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Philip G. Snowin the presence of Maria Cannings & Moses Snelgrove
December 12, 1891Solomon SNELGROVE, Green Island Cove, age 25, fisherman, (father, Moses, fisherman)and Harriet TURNER, Gull Island Cove, age 22, servant, (father, Jacob Butler)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Burnt Island, by Philip G. Snow, Priestin the presence of susanna Hynes, Hannah Horwood, Joseph ?Glaines.
January 6, 1892Jabez MANUEL, Exploits, Burnt Island, age 35, accountant, (father, Josiah, merchant)and Mary Menchinton WINSOR, Exploits, Burnt Island, age 27, (father, Thomas A., merchant)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits, Burnt Island, by Philip G. Snow, Priestin the presence of Thomas A. Winsor, William M. Winsor, Louise Winsor, Georgie Manuel, Albert G. Manuel.
May 18, 1892Elijah OXFORD, Pilley's Island, age 27, lumberman, (father, Samuel, lumberman)and Rachel TUCKER, Pilley's Island, age 22, servant, (father, William, fisherman) by Philip G. Snowby Philip G. Snow in the Church of Exploits, Burnt Islandin the presence of William Cuff, Lydia Locke.
October 14, 1892Elias SEABRIGHT, Exploits River, lumberman, age 30 (father James, fisherman)and Susan BEATON, Exploits River, age 24, (father, Alfred, furrier)by Philip G. Snow, Priest, at Red Rod Cove in the Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Annie Burt, Sarah Lewis, Jane Seabright.
August 4, 1893Philip Henry HUTCHINGS, St. John's, age 29, Clerk, (father, Philip Henry, merchant)and Louisa WINSOR, Exploits, Burnt Island, age 24 (father, Thomas A., merchant)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits, Burnt Island by Robert Temple, Rural Deanin the presence of Thomas A. Winsor, Gertrude Hutchings, William M. Winsor, Amelia Winsor, Mitchie Manuel.
June 27, 1894Edward HODNOT, Swan Island, fisherman, age 30 (father, Simon, fisherman)and Rebecca DAWE, Swan Island, age 23, (father, James, fisherman)in the Church of All Saints, Exploits,Burnt Island, by ?Arthur Claybourne (Priest in charge of this mission)in the presence of Alexander Wells, Lavinia Pearce Sceviour, Eliza Ann Wells, William Wells, Annie Hussey, (?)Nathani el Wells.
November 29, 1894Edmond MEWS, Birchy Bay, fisherman, age 24 (father, Richard, fisherman)and Maria QUINLAN, Birchy Bay, age 23, (father, John, fisherman)in the Parsonage, Exploits, by Christopher Wood, Priestin the presence of Joseph Quinlan and Samuel Mews.
December 7, 1895Robert COOMBS, Round Harbour, fisherman, age 26, (father, Charles, fisherman)and Mary Ann SCEVIOUR, Exploits, age 23, (father, William, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest,in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Frederick W. Sceviour, Lavinia Pearce Sceviour, Annie Hussey.
October 31, 1896Philip GILLETT, Green Island Cove, fisherman, age 24, (father George, fisherman)and Maria OXFORD, Twillingate, age 22 (father, John, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Alphoes Harnett and Annie Freake.
November 23, 1898Albert John BARNES, Black Island, age 28, fisherman (father, Joseph, fisherman)and Susan HIGDON, Little Burnt Bay, age 20, (father, Joseph, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Ambrose Hill and Joseph Barnes.
January 12, 1899William FOOTE, Exploits, age 25, sailor, (father, George Henry, cooper)and Susanna HINES, Gull Island Cove, age 22, (father, Joseph, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Joseph Hill, Caroline Winsor Lilly, Eliza Isabel Foote, William A. Pearce.
April 11, 1899Eli James POTTER, widower, Sampsons Island, fisherman, age 23, (father Samuel, fisherman)and Charlotte Emma SPENCER, Twillingate, age 20 (father, Thomas, fisherman) by Christopher Wood, Priest in the home of Stephen Janes, Sampsons Islandin the presence of John S. (?)Brookwall, M.D. and John Burt.
June 24, 1899Henry Merrick ANDREWS, South West Arm, New Bay, logger, age 27 (father, James, fisherman)and Janet TAYLOR, South West Arm, New Bay, age 22 (father, George, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Ida Taylor, Ida Andrews, William E. Taylor.
June 26, 1901William Menchinton WINSOR, Exploits Burnt Island, merchant,age 40, (father, Thomas, merchant)and Eliza Isabella FOOTE, age 22, Exploits Burnt Island (father, George,cooper)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of John Parnell, James Foote, Phyllis Parnell, G. H. Foote.
October 17, 1901Joshua LIGHT, fisherman, Samsons Island, age 27 (father Nathaniel, fisherman)and Eliza Ann TWINE, White Bay, age 19, (father James, fisherman)by Robert Temple at Twillingatein the presence of John Twine and Minnie L. Colbourne.
November 23, 1901John HORWOOD, Exploits, fisherman, age 24 (father, John, fisherman)and Lucy LANGDON, Exploits, age 25 (father, William, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of George S. Lilly and Lucy Horwood.
January 8, 1902John Andrew SCEVIOUR, Exploits, seaman, age 35 (father, William, fisherman)and Rachel NOBLE, Nipper's Harbour, age 26, (father George, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of George S. Lilly and Emily Pearce Sceviour.
May 9, 1902Samuel WELLS, widower, Swan Island, fisherman, age 47, (father, Henry, fisherman)and Elizabeth FORD, widow, Barr'd Island, age 40 (father, Henry Cole, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the house of Samuel Wells, Swan Island, Exploitsin the presence of Alexander Wells and William Henry Wells.
May 28, 1902George BUDGELL, (?) Cottle Cove, fisherman, age 30 (father John, fisherman)and Joannah Haggett, Leading Tickles, age 19, (father George, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the house of Mark Brett, S. Arm, New Bayin the presence of Samuel Cox, Deliah Haggett, Solomon Ward.
June 30, 1902Esau WELLS, Swan Island, fisherman, age 28 (father James, fisherman)and Mary Ann GOULDING, Gambo, age 26, (father James, miller)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the house of George Dawe, Swan Island, Exploitsin the presence of Philip Gillett & Cecelia Hynes
August 2, 1902George William SACREY, Little (?) Arm, fisherman, age 24, (father Joseph, fisherman)and Mary READ, Jacksons Arm, age 22, (father James, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the School Church, Jacksons Arm, White Bayin the presence of William Thomas ? and George Read.
December 29, 1902John HILL, widower, Comfort Cove, age 41, fisherman (father Richard, fisherman)and Selina RIDEOUT, widow, Comfort Cove, age 45, (father, Stephen Cooper, fisherman)by Christopher Wood, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of James Rose and Lucy Horwood.
May 16, 1904Harry Powell CORNICK, Lewisporte, age 25, accountant,and Ethel Blanche YOUNG, Lewisporte, age 19, (father Alfred) by Llewellyn Godden in Lewisportein the presence of Alfred Young, Mrs. A. L. Burt, J. Walker Guy.
July 3, 1904Josiah DART, widower, Exploits, age 58, fisherman (father, Robert, fisherman)and Sophia MILLEY, widow, Exploits, age 58, (father, John Fifield, fisherman)by Llewellyn Godden in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of ?Milley and Lavina Milley.
October 13, 1904Jacob GILL, Indian Point, age 25, fisherman (father John, salmon fisherman)and Dorcas Mary JACOBS, Indian Point, age 19, (father, John, fisherman)by Llewellyn Godden in the house of John Gill, Indian Pointin the presence of James Ludlow and Ellen Humpheries.
December 29, 1904William John LILLY, Exploits Harbour, seaman, age 24, (father, Abram, fishery warden)and Elizabeth RICE, White Bay, age 24, (father James, fisherman)by Llewellyn Godden in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Abraham Lilly, Bertha Lilly, Phyllis Parnell, Rose Lilly.
September 14, 1905Robert William JANES, Samsons Island, lumberman, age 28 (father, Stephen, fisherman)and Jessie Maria OSBOURNE, Glenwood, age 22 (father Eli, lumberman)by (clergy not written in) in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Harborin the presence of ? Perry, Betsy Hayden Spencer, Edward Janes.
December 6, 1905Frederick PEARCE, Brown's Arm, age 42, lumberman, (father, Andrew)and Lavinia ARNOLD, Exploits Harbor, age 34, (father, Samuel, fisherman)by Llewellyn Godden in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Harborin the presence of Claude Edgar Cooke & Belle Pearce
December 26, 1905Luke ARNOLD, Exploits Harbor, fisherman, age 32 (father, Matthew, fisherman)and Phoebe Jane BARNES, Exploits Harbor, age 29, (father, Joseph, fisherman)by (clergy not written in) in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Harborin the presence of James Manuel, Priscilla Arnold, Phyllis Parnell, Arthur Arnold.
September 19, 1906Henry Charles WOOLRIDGE, Burnt Arm, age 21, Millman, (father, William, millman)and Mary Eunice HANCOCK, Botwoodville, age 17, (father, John, millman)in the School Chapel at Botwoodville, Mission of Exploits by Llewellyn Goddenin the presence of R. S. Corbin and Norah Brent.
September 29, 1906Samuel MILLEY, Exploits Harbour, age 25, fisherman (father John, master miner)and Lucy HORWOOD, Exploits Harbour, age 26, (father John, labourer)by Llewellyn Godden in the house of John Horwood, Exploits Harbourin the presence of John Horwood, Paulina Milley, Janette Dart.
November 29, 1906William Henry MILLER, Norris Arm, age 21, labourer (father William, fisherman)and Sarah FRAMPTON, Norris Arm, age 19, (father, George, fisherman)in the School Chapel at Norris Armin the presence of Arthur Frampton and Mrs. Joseph J. Snow.
December 1, 1906Samuel PAYNE, widower, Grand Falls, age 42 (father Samuel, labourer)and Sophia FIFIELD, widow, Grand Falls, age 38, (father, William Fifield)by Llewellyn Godden in the house of Mr. Colbournein the presence of Edwin Colbourne and Ellen Colbourne.
June 30, 1907John Charles LANGDON, Norris Arm, age 22, fisherman, (father Eli, fisherman)and Susanna FUDGE, Norris Arm, age 18, (father Joseph, fisherman) by Llewellyn Godden in Norris Armin the presence of Horis W. Rice and Gertie Poole.
July 3, 1907Clement ANTHONY, Norris Arm, age 22, shoemaker, (father, Robert, shoemaker)and Margaret BUCKLEY, Botwoodville, age 17, (father, John, Millman)by Llewellyn Godden in Botwoodvillein the presence of James Hemeon, Sue Lindahl, Ernest Bendell.
December 21, 1909James BAKER, Salt Pond, age 24, fisherman (father James, fisherman)and Emily Jane ARNOLD, Exploits, age 23, domestic, (father, Mark)by James Bull in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Harbourin the presence of Philip Gillett, Priscilla Jane Arnold, Francis Sceviour, Charlie Arnold.
October 25, 1911Walter Henry LILLY, Exploits Harbour, age 32, fisherman, (father William, fisherman)and Priscilla Jane ARNOLD, Exploits Harbour, age 27, (father Matthew, fisherman)by James Bull, Incumbent in the Church of All Saints, Exploits Harbourin the presence of Arthur Arnold, Emily ? (illegible) and Jessie L. Gosse.
May 24, 1913James Abraham BOYDE, widower, LIttle Bay, age 38, miner, (father, Thomas, farmer)and Lizzie CARPENTER, Little Bay, age 34, domestic, (father George, fisherman)by James Bull, Incumbent in the School Chapel, Little Bay Minesin the presence of Thomas W. Wells, Cassie Stewart, Francis Wells.
November 26, 1915Archibald Waterman MARTIN, Glovers Harbour, age 40, fisherman, (father Joseph, fisherman)and Ethel Lillian ANDREWS, widow, Leading Tickles East, age 38, postmistress, (father, Ambrose (?)Boxey)in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Ambrose Osmond, Clara M. C. Hicks.
July 1, 1916Herbert WHITE, North West Arm, New Bay, age 19, fisherman, (father William, fisherman)and Meta MILLS, Morton's Harbour, age 19, (father Joshua, fisherman)by James H. Bull, Incumbent in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Obediah Haggett, Willis White, Annie White, Sophia Bennett.
August 16, 1916Chesley Gordon MILLEY, Exploits, age 25, fisherman, (father Simon, fisherman)and Gertrude Grace LILLY, Exploits, age 20, domestic, (father George, carpenter)by James H. Bull, Incumbent in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of George S. Lilly, Daisy Bradley.
October 10, 1916Simon PERRY, Botwood, age 22, lumberman (father Peter, fisherman)and Lavinia Ellen JACOBS, Exploits, age 19, domestic, (father Job, fisherman)by James Bull in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Peter Rideout, Violet Jacobs, John Budgell, Bessie Budgell.
November 21, 1918Alexander WELLS, Exploits, age 49, mechanic, (father Henry, fisherman)and Julia NOSEWORTHY, Exploits, age 25, domestic, (father Thomas, fisherman)by James H. Bull, Incumbent in the All Saints Church, Exploitsin the presence of Elijah James Lanning, Fannie Lanning, Emily Bull.
June 27, 1922Charlie SIMMS, Fogo, age 25, accountant, (father Frederick, cooper)and Bessie Susan CLARKE, Springdale, age 30, (father George William, general dealer)by James Bull in the home of Henry Earle, Springdalein the presence of Geoff Clarke, Chesley Clarke, Rowena Clarke, Marjorie Clarke.
July 1, 1922Ulysses Paul LILLY, Exploits, (no age given), fisherman, (father Abram, light keeper)and Annie Caroline GILLARD, Exploits, (no age given), (father Noah, fisherman)by James H. Bull, Incumbent in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Llewellyn Lilly, Mollie Lambert, Carrie M. Sceviour, Alphaeus Manuel.
December 231924, Stephen PENNEY, English Harbour, age 26, postal clerk, (father, Peter fisherman)and Winnifred Joyce JONES, Exploits, age 24, domestic, (father Henry, carpenter)by James H. Bull, Incumbent in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Freeman Murray Fowlow, Nina Osmond, Maude Jones, Austin Milley.
November 17, 1932Norman Robert TOMS, La Scie, age 34, fisherman (father James Robert, fisherman)and Ida May CHIPP, La Scie, age 32, (father Alexander, fisherman)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in the Mission of Exploits & Tilt Covein the presence of Edgar Chipp and Gertie Chipp.
August 21, 1933Arthur Gordon FOSS, Round Harbour, age 29, fisherman (father Thomas, fisherman)and Mary GILES, Round Harbour, age 19, (father Henry, fisherman)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in the Church of St. Matthews, Mission of Exploits & Tilt Covein the presence of Frederick Snow and Ethel Snow.
August 29, 1935William COLLINS, Round Harbour, age 24, fisherman (father Dorman, fisherman)and Lydia WELSHMAN, Shoe Cove, age 20, (father John, fisherman)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in the Church of St. Andrew, Round Harbourin the presence of Aubrey Fudge and Isabel Collins.
December 26, 1935George Wilfred BUTT, Exploits, age 34, carpenter (father Stephen, fisherman)and Ditha Mary CLARKE, Exploits, age 22, (father Martin, carpenter)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Archibald Manuel, Cedilla Budgell.
September 30, 1937Pleman DICKS, Shoe Cove, age 26, fisherman (father, George, fisherman)and Daisy HODDINOTT, Shoe Cove, age 24, (father George, fisherman)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in Shoe Cove in the Parish of Exploitsin the presence of Jacob Wimbelton, Gertrude Harding.
July 6, 1938Harvey Walter NOBLE, Nipper's Harbour, age 27, fisherman (father Walter, fisherman)and Caroline Marie RYAN, Nipper's Harbour, age 27, (father Bertram, fisherman)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in the Church of St. Mark, Nipper's Harbourin the presence of George C. Noble, Gladys Bowers.
November 16, 1939Sanders Wilfred STARKS, widower, Nipper's Harbour, age 41, fisherman (father Thomas, light keeper)and Pearl Blanche CRAMM, Nipper's Harbour, age 26, (father George, fisherman)by William H. B. Gill, Priest in the Church of St. Mark, Nipper's Harbourin the presence of George A. Cramm, Lily May Starks.
December 1, 1942Harold BRETT, La Scie, age 30, clerk for F.U.T. Co., (father, Charles, fisherman) and Anna Jane GOOBIE, La Scie, age 44, nurse of Dept. H& W, (father John, deceased)by Maxwell C.M. Jones, Priest in the house of Harold Brett, La Sciein the presence of Ross F. Bartlett and Gladys S. Bartlett.
May 18, 1944Harry Lloyd NOBLE, Nipper's Harbour, age 20, fisherman, (father Simeon S., fisherman)and Lottie Margaret WICKS, Nipper's Harbour, age 19, school teacher, (father Charles W., seaman)by Maxwell C.M. Jones, priest in the Church of St. Mark, Nipper's Harbourin the presence of Carl Wright, Helen L. Squires.
December 10, 1945Richard Thomas ROWSELL, Leading Tickles, age 23, Naval R.N., (father Herbert, fisherman)and Alice Eva CHIPPETT, Leading Tickles, age 22, clerk, (father Mark, fisherman)by J.E. Morgan in the Church of St. Nicholas, Leading Ticklesin the presence of Annie Peddle, Noah Chippett, George Hannan, Melina Rowsell, Arch Rowsell.
September 9, 1946Arthur G. TILLEY, Round Harbour, age 28, Naval A.B. R.N., (father Josiah, fisherman)and Evelyn OSMOND, Sop's Arm, White Bay, age 20, teacher, (father Ludrick, lumberman)by J. E. Morgan, at Round Harbour, Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Adolphus Collins, Geralding Tilley, Hayward Ryan.
October 21, 1946Alfred HAGGETT, Locke's Harbour, age 21, labourer, (father Stewart, labourer)and Dorothy CASSELL, Locke's Harbour, age 16, (father Noah, labourer)by J.E. Morgan in the Church of St. Nicholas, Leading Ticklesin the presence of Triffie Burton, George Marsh.
November 28, 1946Harvey John WINSOR, Tilt Cove, age 25, fisherman (father Pearcey, fisherman)and Evelyn Jean BARTLETT, Tilt Cove, age 26, (father Joseph, miner)by (clergy not filled in) at Tilt Cove in the Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Blanch Short, Cecil Short.
November 28, 1946Walter RYAN, Round Harbour, age 34, fisherman (father Edward, fisherman)and Delilah SQUIRES, Round Harbour, age 31, (father Jesse, fisherman)by J. E. Morgan at Round Harbour in the Mission of Tilt Cove.
December 12, 1946Alfred CHIPPETT, Leading Tickles, age 19, fisherman (father Bennett, fisherman)and Drucilla ROWSELL, Winter House Cove, age 19, (father Solomon, fisherman)by J.E. Morgan in the Church of St. Nicholas, Leading Ticklesin the presence of Arch Chippett, Mrs. Noah Chippett.
May 29, 1947Arthur SQUIRES, Round Harbour, age 50, fisherman (father A., fisherman)and Rosalie RYAN, Round Harbour, age 22, (father Albert, deceased)by J.E. Morgan at Round Harbour in the Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Delilah Ryan, Stanley Ryan.
January 6, 1948Abner M. BUDGELL, Exploits, age 29, labourer (father Samuel, labourer)and Netta B. ROWBOTTOM, Lushes Bight, domestic, age 21 (father Frank, fisherman)by J. E. Morgan at Exploits in the Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Lloyd Jefferies, Emily Cannings.
October 13, 1948George PROLE, Indian Burying Place, age 38, fisherman, (father James, fisherman)and Annie Flora MAY, Indian Burying Place, age 32, domestic, (father Henry, fisherman)by F.R. Oake in the Church of St. Mark, Nipper's Harbour, Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Mrs. Edgar Chipp, Henry Prole.
November 3, 1948Gordon H, WARREN, New Perlican, age 26, sailor, (father Robert, fisherman)and Dorcas M. SCEVIOUR, Exploits, age 22, teacher, (father Herman, carpenter)by F.R. Oake in the Church of All Saints, Exploitsin the presence of Herbert Alton Manuel, Jean Sceviour.
November 26, 1948Ross RYAN, Round Harbour, age 24, fisherman (father Thomas, fisherman)and Nina Daisy TOMS, LaScie, age 23, clerk (father Fred, fisherman)by F. R. Oake, iin the Church of St. Andrew, Round Harbour, Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Samuel Drover, Jessie Ryan.
January 2, 1950Harvey Gerald LILLY, Exploits, age 26, student, (father Paul, fisherman)and Louise Grace BUDGELL, Exploits, age 20, domestic, (father John, fisherman)by F. R. Oake at the All Saints Church, Exploits, Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Claud Lilly, Dorothy Mabel Lilly.
September 12, 1950Maxwell TAYLOR, Terra Nova, age 34, clerk, (father B., deceased)and Marguerite Lorraine LIND, Little Bay, age 31, teacher, (father James, retired R.O.)by F. R. Oake at Little Bay, Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Mrs. Joseph Hancock, G.S. Taylor.
November 28, 1950Walter GOLDSWORTHY, Gander, age 27, store keeper, (father, Henry G., fisherman)and Myrtle May COLBOURNE, Little Bay, age 23, domestic, (father Albert, lumberman)by clergy (not filled in) in St. Luke's School Chapel, Little Bay, Mission of Exploitsin the presence of Wilfred Colbourne, Gwendolyn Colbourne.
December 7, 1950Adolphus Reid COLLINS, Round Harbour, age 33, fisherman (father Dorman, deceased)and Geraldine Mary TILLEY, Round Harbour, age 23, domestic, (father Joseph, fisherman)by F.R. Oake in the Church of St. Andrew, Round Harbour, Mission of Exploits & Tilt Covein the presence of Sidney Collins, Olive Tilley.
November 7, 1952Freeman DOLLAND, Nipper's Harbour, age 45, fisherman (father Samuel, retired fisherman)and Annie Violet CRAMM, Pacquet, age 21, domestic, (father Albert, deceased)by Maxwell C.M. Jones, Priest in the Church of St. Mark at Nipper's Harbour in the Mission of Exploits and Tilt Covein the presence of Harold Noble, Nina Cramm.
July 30, 1910Joseph BURKE, age 36, widower, engineer's assistant, Grand Falls, of Henry, labourer& Delilah ROWSELL, age 20, Grand Falls, of Henry, fishermanin school chapel at Botwood by Edgar H. FletcherWitnesses: G. Harvey, William M. Clarkson, J. Inder, Elsie Freeman
October 5, 1910Ellis Dunrick WATSON, age 29, accountant, St. John's of James Humphrey Watson, Inspector of customs& Christina Mary WHITE, age 24, Botwood of John Harvey White, lumbermanin school chapel at Botwood by James WhisleWitnesses: J. H. White, E. J. White, R. Watson, M. B. A. White
August 7, 1911William BRINTON, age 46, widower, fisherman, Sceviour's Island, of Andrew, fisherman& Rosanna ROSE, age 49, widow, Norris Arm, of Eli Elliottin the house of Mr. John Snow, Norris Arm by E. A. Butler, PriestWitnesses: John T. Snow, Walter Canning, Elizabeth E. Snow
July 19, 1913Sydney George GRANTER, age 24, labourer, Bishop's Falls, of George, fisherman& Edith Rose GOULDING, age 18, domestic, Bishop's Falls of John, fishermanin the house of Mr. E. B. Colbourne, Bishop's Falls by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: Garland Goulding, Lucy Janes
July 26, 1913Thomas WOOLRIDGE, age 32, widower, farmer, Alderburn of William, fisherman& Susanna BROWN, age 25, domestic, Fogo of William, fishermanat the house of Thomas Woolridge, Norris Arm (Alderburn) by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: Archibald Langdon, Louisa Pope
December 14, 1913Ezekiel GOULDING, age 33, widower, lumberman, Norris Arm, of John, fisherman& Gertrude PRITCHETT, age 27, Middle Brook, Gambo, of Abraham, lumbermanin the school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: H. Colbourne, Ellen Jane Piercey
December 27, 1913Kenneth KNIGHT, age 22, fisherman, Botwood, of Thomas, carpenter& Janet WELLS, age 18, Botwood of William, fishermanin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: Edgar V. Peyton, Frances E. Peyton
December 29, 1913John DAY, age 23, fireman, Bishop's Falls, of Richard, fisherman& Millie MERCER, age 20, domestic, Bishop's Falls of Eloie, fishermanin the house of Mr. E. B. Colbourne, Bishop's Falls by M. K. Gardner, priestWitnesses: Silas Day, Mrs. Thomas Mercer
April 23, 1914Thomas HIGGINS, age 23, labourer, Botwood of Jonathan, labourer& Lucy Florence KEEFE, age 19, Botwood, of John, labourerin the house of Mr. J. Higgins, Peter's Arm (Botwood) by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: John Burt, Katie Higgins
July 7, 1915Jacob GILL, age 36, widower, labourer, Indian Point of John Henry, fisherman& Trixie NEWMAN, age 21, teacher, Indian Point of Samuel, fisherman (Joe Batt's Arm)in the school chapel at Indian Point by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: James Ludlow, Betsie Wells
August 8, 1915Ambrose NICHOLS, age 24, engineer, Botwood, of Ambrose, labourer& Winnifred May OKE, age 20, Botwood, of Edward L., painterin the school chapel at Botwood by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: Edward L. Oke, Lilian Moore, Herbert S. Oke, Violet Oke
September 7, 1915Dorman MILES, age 33, Bishop's Falls of Francis, fisherman& Anna Maria FREEMAN, age 29, stenographer, Twillingate of Frank, fishermanin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: Allan G. Freeman, Jessie E. Thistle





September 29, 1915John T. CHEESEMAN, age 23, merchant, Burin of Laurence, merchant& Mona Emma LUDLOW, age 25, school teacher, Norris Arm, of John, minerin school chapel at Norris Arm by John Stead, L. Th. (Priest)Witnesses: Aubrey J. Ludlow, Lucy Hynes, Alice J. Cheeseman
October 12, 1915Alfred Beaton SEABRIGHT, age 24, labourer, Norris Arm of Elias, labourer& Betsie WELLS, age 23, teacher, Norris Arm of Stephen, fishermanin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: James C. Beaton, Mary Hewitt
November 23, 1915Walter MENCHINTON, age 21, lumberman, Norris Arm of John, farmer& Eva Jane HARVEY, age 19, domestic, Norris Arm of Joseph, fishermanin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K GardnerWitnesses: James C. Beaton, Mary Hewitt
October 3, 1916Ragnvald STOVERN, age 38, Norris Arm of Frederick R.& Margit CHRISTENSEN, age 26, Botwood of Kristianin the house of Mr. R. Stovern, Norris Arm by M. K. Gardner, PriestWitnesses: C. W. Thorne, P. D. Park
December 15, 1916Arthur George ASHBOURNE, age 42, widower, merchant, Twillingate of Thomas& Margaret Lyrell McLean GRAY, age 33, Botwood of Andrewin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Norman Gray, Andrew Gray, Gladys Cunningham
December 24, 1916Sidney BEATON, age 28, labourer, Norris Arm of Thomas, fisherman& Mary HEWITT, age 22, teacher, Norris Arm of Adam, fishermanin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: George Foster, Maud Hewitt
January 30, 1917Arthur David BURRY, age 30, labourer, Bishop's Falls, of Philip, fisherman& Emma EARLE, age 20, domestic, Bishop's Falls of Jonathan, fishermanin the house of Stephen Deering, Bishop's Falls by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Stephen Deering, Berta Butler
June 16, 1917Edward HANCOCK, age 24, labourer, Norris Arm, of Harry, labourer& Hannah SNOW, age 24, Norris Arm, of William, fishermanin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Joseph Snow, Kathleen Witt
July 7, 1917John ROBINSON, age 26, engineer, Norris Arm, of Joseph, labourer& Meta BROWN, age 19, domestic, Norris Arm, of John R., fishermanin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Joseph Norman, Mary Norman
December 24, 1917Ebenezer Blackwood Attwood, age 20, fireman, Botwood of Stephen, carpenter& Rebecca ELLIOTT, age 24, Botwood, of John, contractorin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: James A. Scott, Sarah Mallah Scott
December 26, 1917James INDER, age 42, general dealer, Botwood, of Samuel, labourer& Lucy STONE, age 28, domestic, Botwood of John, fishermanin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Harry Burt, J.P., Irene Churchill, Mary C. Aitken
January 24, 1918Leslie WHITE, age 29, carpenter, Botwood of George, fisherman& Ethel SIMMS, age 23, Botwood of Abraham, carpenterin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Edgar Sweetland, Mrs. C. (illegible)
October 9, 1918Peter George FREAKE, age 29, widower, engineer, Botwood of Elijah, fisherman& Ethel Lillian ALCOCK, age 23, Bishop's Falls, of Mark C., timekeeperin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: M. C. Alcock, Parmenas Freake, Evelyn Alcock, Carrie Ball
October 24, 1918Thomas PINKSEN, age 46, widower, labourer, Badger, of John, fisherman& Jane NOSEWORTHY, age 43, widow, Botwoodin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: G. E. Squires, Priscilla Squires
March 22, 1919George EVELEIGH, age 26, labourer, Botwood, of Esau, labourer& Annie SEABRIGHT, age 24, Botwood of Elias, labourerin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: John Eveleigh, Lilly Eveleigh
June 20, 1919Kenneth GILL, age 22, Botwood of James, labourer& Beatrice May LANNING, age 20, Botwood of Elijahin school chapel at Indian Point by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Elijah James Lanning, Henrietta Newman
November 10, 1919Amos Edwin COLBOURNE, age 26, clerk, Bishop's Falls of Edwin R.& Sadie Knight LUCAS, age 22, Bishop's Falls of Thomasin the house of W. J. B. Lucas, Bishop's Falls by M.K. GardnerWitnesses: W. J. B. Lucas, Laura Marguerite Colbourne
November 26, 1919John BIGNELL, age 26, fisherman, Fogo of George, fisherman& Mary COOMBS, age 20, Fogo, of James, fishermanin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Norm W. Woolridge, Sophia Woolridge
June 23, 1920Thomas CLENCH, age 33, labourer, Burnt Arm, of John, fisherman& Laura Belle POPE, age 19, Burnt Arm, of Stephen, fishermanin school chapel at Indian Point by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Philip Pope, Naomi Tarrant
December 12, 1920Joseph Henry SNOW, age 23, labourer, Norris Arm, of John T., labourer& Flossie Myrtle BEATON, age 22, Sandy Point of George, labourerin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Alfred W. Beaton, Irene S. Gill
February 13, 1921Robert George BEATON, age 19, labourer, Norris Arm of James C., labourer& Ethel Mary WITT, age 19, Norris Arm of Alfred, labourerin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Allan Beaton, Pearl Beaton
May 12, 1921Alex GILL, age 23, brakesman, Botwood of Peter, lumberman& Elizabeth Fanny Lucy CONSTABLE, age 20, Botwood of James, gentlemanin school chapel at Indian Point by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Jacob Gill, Irene S. Gill
May 24, 1921William Henry PIKE, age 21, train despatcher, Bishop's Falls, of John, fisherman& Alice Margaret KELLEY, age 21, Bishop's Falls of Abram, merchantin the house of Mr. A. Kelley, Bishop's Falls by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Frank Murphy, Nellie J. Kelley
May 12, 1922Daniel HAGGERTY, age 23, labourer, Botwood of John& Leah Jessie THOMAS, age 19, domestic, Botwood of Christopherin the school chapel at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: John Haggerty, Edith Thomas
August 9, 1922Isaac MCKAY, age 30, labourer, Bay St. George, of Alexander& Matilda Lucy LUDLOW, age 21, school teacher, Indian Point of Jamesin the school chapel at Indian Point by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: James Ludlow, Mabel Gill
September 20, 1922Arthur TORRAVILLE, age 34, carpenter, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Fogo) of William, fisherman& Violet OKE, age 23, Botwood of Edward L., painterin the school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Arthur Watkins, Ada E. Oke
October 25, 1922William Hugh Hugenaut HEATH, age 25, wireless operator, Enborne, England, of Sidney Wm. H. H., furrier& Mary Cunningham AITKEN, age 28, Botwood of J. W.in school chapel, Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: John R. Stannard, Mary Campbell
November (illegible), 1922Allan BEATON, age 20, Norris Arm, of James C.& Annie LANGDON, age 19, Norris Armin school chapel at Norris Arm by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Arthur J. Witt, Pearl Beaton
September 14, 1923Allan William COLBOURNE, age 21, Grand Falls, of William& Elizabeth JANES, age 19, Grand Falls of Williamin the school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: A. L Colbourne, Nellie Colbourne
September 25, 1924Francis THOMAS, age 50, widower, labourer, Bishop's Falls of Charles, fisherman& Janet BRENTON, age 39, widow, Bishop's Falls, of Alfred J. Tulk, fishermanin Church at Bishop's Falls by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Nathaniel Noseworthy, Lucy Stuckey
September 27, 1924Alfred William BEATON, age 23, labourer, Alderburn, of James C., lumberman& Nina Maud POTTER, age 18, domestic, Alderburn of Job, fishermanin school chapel at Alderburn by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: Walter Menchenton, Eva Menchenton
December 29, 1924Henry Charles HAINES, age 24, fisherman, Jamestown, B.B., of Albert, fisherman& Hattie TORRAVILLE, age 30, teacher, Fogo, of Nathaniel, fishermanin school chapel at Botwood by M. K. GardnerWitnesses: William Menchenton, Eva Menchenton





August 8, 1925Ernest TURNER, age 26, lumberman, Happy Adventure, of James, fisherman& Maude YATES, age 22, domestic, New Bay, of Kenneth, fishermanin school chapel at Botwood by Walter K. PitcherWitnesses: John E. Brown, Elizabeth Brown
October 28, 1925Ebenezer Blackwood, ATTWOOD, age 28, widower, fireman, Botwood, of Stephen, carpenter& Ida Jane EDDISON, age 20, Botwoodin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Arch G. Edison, Ella Edison
November 5, 1925Samuel COMPTON, age 44, fisherman, Norris Arm, of Henry, fisherman& Emily BARRETT, age 27, Botwood of Williamin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Mark Elliott, Laura Barrett
July 10, 1926Frederick STRIDE, age 23, labourer, Bishop's Falls of John, labourer& Jean LINGARD, age 17, Bishop's Falls of Monson, contractorin Church at Bishop's Falls by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Clarence Lingard, Elsie Buckler
October 20, 1926John HAGGERTY, age 28, labourer, Botwood, of John, labourer& Minnie WHITE, age 21, domestic, Botwoodin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: John Haggerty, Sr., Isabella Haggerty
November 16, 1927George JERRETT, age 26, labourer, Grand Falls of Benjamin, labourer& Ella Maud EDISON, age 20, Botwood of William, labourerin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: Ebenezer B. Attwood, Betty Edison
November 28, 1937Cyril Ernest DANIELS, age 31, train hand, Bishop's Falls of Thomas& Thirza Jane SARGANT, age 26, widow, domestic, Twillingate, of John Andrewsin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Claude Andrews, Mary Andrews
December 22, 1927Jacob Harvey SMITH, age 21, Bishop's Falls of Thomas& Virtue Maria SIMMONS, age 20, Bishop's Falls of Jamesin Church of St. Andrew, Bishop's Falls by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Kenneth Simmonds, Malazien Simmonds
July 23, 1929Thomas HOUSE, age 23, shop hand, Grand Falls of Thomas& Carrie Granter, age 23, Grand Falls, of Thomasin Church at Botwood by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Edwin James Janes, Olive Janes
November 7, 1929Norman GILL, age 24, labourer, Indian Point of Jacob& Minnie GINN, age 21, domestic, Grand Falls of Fredin school house at Indian Point by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Kenneth Gill, Mabel Gill
November 20, 1929Clarence LINGARD, age 23, widower, train hand, Bishop's Falls, of Monson, lumberman& Dora TULK, age 19, Bishop's Falls of Ernest, machinistin Church of St. Andrew, Bishop's Falls by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Lloyd Pelley, Annie Lingard
July 23, 1930Alan F. CHANCEY, age 33, shop hand, Grand Falls& Louie GILLETT, age 29, shop hand, Grand Fallsin the school chapel at Norris Arm by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: A. G. Freeman, May Snow
November 26, 1930Edward PURCHASE, age 39, widower, labourer, Fogo, of Richard& Rachel GAVIN, age 31, widow, domestic, Botwood of John Ricketsin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Harry Coates, Lilly R. Payne
May 13, 1931Chesley CORNICK, age 31, paper maker, Grand Falls, of William& Jessie GROVES, age 21, of Alfredin school chapel at Botwood by W.K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Wallace Groves, Margaret Wells
June 25, 1931Allan DEERING, age 21, labourer, Bishop' Falls, of Stephen& Hazel COOPER, age 21 of Georgein the Church of St. Andrew, Bishop's Falls by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: Harry Eastman, Elizabeth Deering
December 19, 1930Malcolm SULLY, age 32, labourer, Bishop's Falls of William, labourer& Ethel BRACE, age 18, Bishop's Fallsin Church of St. Andrew, Bishop's Falls by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: James Pardy, Lilian Brace
July 12, 1932Alex WOOLRIDGE, age 21, labourer, Botwood of Harry& Daisy SAMSON, age 18, Peter's Arm, Botwood of Calebin the school chapel at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: Olive Eveleigh, Esau Sheppard
September 14, 1932Allan CLARKE, age 38, labourer, Botwood of Amos, labourer& Beatrice NEWMAN, age 26, housekeeper, Botwood of Pearce, timekeeperin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: Pearce Newman, Elsie Gill
October 11, 1934Gideon SAMSON, age 22, labourer, Peter's Arm, Botwood& Annie ELLIOTT, age 24, domestic, Norris Armin the school chapel at Norris Arm by W. K. Pitcher, PriestWitnesses: Arthur Frake, Maud Peyton
October 30, 1934George COATES, age 22, labourer, Botwood of Thomas, labourer& Stella WHITEWAY, age 25, domestic, Botwood of Edward, light keeperin school chapel at Botwood by W. K. Pitcher, Priest'Witnesses: James Coates, Mildred Coates
May 30, 1934George SNOW, age 21, labourer, Botwood of Joseph, labourer& Lucy GOULDING, age 24, domestic, Botwood of Ezekiel, labourerin Church at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: Walter Moore, Dora Parsons
July 18, 1935James ELLIOTT, age 24, railroader, Botwood of Samuel, labourer& Phyllis HEMEON, age 18, Rattling Brook of James, labourerin Church of St. Andrew, Bishop's Falls by (no name)Witnesses: James Hemeon, George Norman, Ethel Hemeon
July 23, 1935Archibald MCKINNON, age 27, 2nd officer, S.S. Geraldine Mary, Glasgow, of John, master builder& Margaret SMITH, age 27, Botwood of Owen, M.D.in school chapel at Botwood by W. K. PitcherWitnesses: O.V. Smith, M.D., (illegible)

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