Stewart, Mary
B: 09 Apr 1805, Shipyard, Princetown, PEI
D: 20 Dec 1877, Searletown, PEI
M: 16 Nov 1831, Hon. John M. Wright , in Princetown, PEI. He was b. 1789 in Tryon, St. John's Island, d. 02 Dec 1875 in Searletown, PEI. They were married by Charles Stewart.

FN: Dugald Stewart, Esq.
MN: Elizabeth Craig

When first married they lived in the Central Bedeque area, then became some of the first settlers in the Searletown
district, establishing Birch Grove Farm.

John was a Justice of the Peace, a High Sheriff for Prince County, a Lieutenant in the Second Battalion of the Prince Edward Island Militia. In 1871 he was listed as Lieutenant-Colonel in the Second Prince County Regiment. He became a member of the Legislative Council, resigning in 1860

FN: Dugald Stewart, Esq.
MN: Elizabeth Craig

Children of John M. Wright and Mary Stewart:

1. Elizabeth Ann Wright
B: 10 Mar 1833, Searletown, PEI
Bapt: 25 Mar 1841, Searltown, PEI
D: 10 Apr 1860, Bedeque, PEI Buried: Lower Bedeque Cemetery, PEI. They lived in Port Hill, PEI.
M: Abt 1852, Nathaniel Wright Huestis b. 17 Nov 1826 in Bedeque, PEI d. about 1865 in Port Hill, PEI. Son of Nathaniel "Nattie" Huestis and Elizabeth "Betsy" Wright.

2. Dugald Stewart Wright
B: 19 Jun 1835, Searletown, PEI
D: 26 Nov 1912, Summerside, PEI. Buried: Searletown United Church Cemetery, Searletown, PEI
M: 28 Jan 1863, Beria Stewart Black, dau of Joseph Black and Sarah Canfield, b. 20 Sep 1837 in Searletown, PEI d. 28 Feb 1910, Searletown, PEI. Buried: Searletown, PEI

They resided in Birch Grove, Searletown, PEI. Dugald and Beria had 2 sons and 2 daughters. Dugald was a Farmer, Sheriff, and Justice of the Peace.


Contributors:

Stewart Families, Terry Spear, Thomas Woodman Stewart, Waldron Haslam Leard, Donna Collings, Al McNutt, Owen Gray, Patricia Alnes and Anna Lee Hogan.