Enman, David
B: 19 Jan 1811, Pownal, Lot 49, Prince Edward Island, Canada
D: 14 Apr 1893, Springhill, Prince Edward Island, Canada
M: (1) 01 Nov 1831, Abigail Elizabeth Wood, in Wesleyan Parsonage, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada; b. September 03, 1812 in Squaw Bay, Lot 49, Prince Edward Island, Canada; d. February 15, 1897 in Enmore, Prince Edward Island, Canada
M: (2) Abigail Elizabeth Wood November 01, 1831 in Pownal Queens PEI Can; born September 03, 1812 in Pownal Queens PEI Can; died February 18, 1897 in Springhill Prince PEI Can.

FN: David Enman
MN: Mary Chandler Mellish

Notes for David Enman:

After his marriage to Abigale they lived in Lot 49 (The same lot that includes Pownall).

They later moved to Victoria West, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Buried Victoria West Cem Lot 13 Cem 1 Stone 134.

More About David Enman:

Date born 2: January 19, 1811, Alexandria Queens PEI Can

Died 2: April 14, 1893, Springhill Prince PEI Can

Burial 1: April 1893, People's Cemetery, Victoria West. Prince Edward Island, Canada

Burial 2: Victoria West Prince PEI Can

Census: 1841, David Enman, Farmer, Methodist, Lot 49. 3 Males Under 16, 1 Male 16-45, 1 Female 16-45.

Occupation: Farmer

Religion: Methodist

Notes for Abigail Elizabeth Wood:

Some say she was born at Squaw Bay, Prince Edward Island, Canada and died at Springhill, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Some say that Abigail was buried at the People's Cemetery in Tryon, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Buried Victoria West Cem Lot 13 Cem 1 Stone 134.

More About Abigail Elizabeth Wood:

Date born 2: September 03, 1812, Pownal Queens PEI Can

Died 2: February 18, 1897, Springhill Prince PEI Can

Baptism: Abt. 1813, Saint Paul's Anglican Church, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Burial 1: February 1897, People's Cemetery, Victoria West. Prince Edward Island, Canada

Burial 2: Victoria West Prince PEI Can

Christening: February 04, 1813, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Religion: Bapt 4 Feb 1813

More About David Enman and Abigail Wood:

Marriage 2: November 01, 1831, Pownal Queens PEI Can