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Lowe, Mary Tamsean Smith
B: 16 Jan 1836, Charlottetown, PEI
C: Christened 22 Oct 1837. She was baptized by Rev. L. C. Jenkins.
D: 01 Jan 1893, Charlottetown, PEI and was buried in People's Cemetery, Charlottetown, PEI. An inscription for Mary is on her father's headstone.
M: 19 Nov 1861, Philip Gaudin b. 1837 in PEI

FN: William Lowe, Jr.
MN: Ann Smith

Children of Philip Gaudin and Mary Tamsean Smith Lowe:

Annie Gaudin
B: 1863, Charlottetown, PEI
M: Jack Elliott

Children of Jack Elliott and Annie Gaudin:

Bert Gaudin Elliott b. Escuminac, PQ, QUE m. Henrietta Gaudin

Rev. George Elliott b. Escuminac, PQ, CAN m. Unknown

George Lowe Gaudin
B: 1866, Charlottetown, PEI
D: 02 Jan 1917, Charlottetown, PEI. Buried in Charlottetown, PEI
M: 05 Jun 1901, M. Matilda "Tilly" Younker, in Charlottetown, PEI. Tilly was born in 1875, died in 1970 and was buried in Charlottetown, PEI. People's Cemetery

Children of George Lowe Gaudin and Matilda "Tilly" Younker:

Marion Elizabeth Gaudin, christened in Feb 1900.

Obituary from Charlottetown newspaper, 3 Jan 1917:

"Mr. George L. Gaudin

The sad news of the death of Mr. George L. Gaudin, who passed away at 9:15 last evening, after exactly one week's illness of paralysis, will be learned with sincere regret by his many friends. He was a man of pleasing personality, quiet and unobtrusive, of magnificent physical proportions and master workman, both as a carpenter and draftsman. He was fifty years of age and enjoyed good health up to the day he was stricken. He was a son of the late Philip Gaudin and served his apprenticeship as a carpenter with the firm of H. & S. Lowe, developing into an expert. He afterwards entered into a business for himself in the firm of Taylor and Gaudin. About seven years ago he received the position of foreman carpenter in the Marine Department where he discharged his duties faithfully and well. He leaves to mourn, a widow, formerly Miss Matilda Younker, of this city and one daughter; also one sister Mrs. Elliott of Port Elgin, N.B., for all of whom deep sympathy goes out in their sorrow."

Buried: People's Cemetery