Robert Matches

M, #14157, b. 9 May 1860
  • Birth*: 9 May 1860; Deerness, Orkney, Scotland; Per IGI Record. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: after 1880; Principal=Mary Chalmers

Family: Mary Chalmers b. 1851, d. 1889

Mary Chalmers

F, #14158, b. 1851, d. 1889
  • Birth*: 1851; Date per GEDCOM of Dennice Goudrie, March 31, 2002. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: after 1880; Principal=Robert Matches
  • Death*: 1889; per GEDCOM of Dennice Goudrie, March 31, 2002.
  • Married Name: Matches

Family: Robert Matches b. 9 May 1860

Robert Matches

M, #14159, b. after 1880
  • Birth*: after 1880; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

Mary Jane Matches

F, #14160, b. after 1880
  • Birth*: after 1880; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

James Matches

M, #14161, b. after 1880
  • Birth*: after 1880; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

Jessie Matches

F, #14162, b. after 1856
  • Birth*: after 1856; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

William Matches

M, #14163, b. after 1856
  • Birth*: after 1856; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

Euphemia Matches

F, #14164, b. after 1856
  • Birth*: after 1856; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

Bella Matches

F, #14165, b. after 1856
  • Birth*: after 1856; Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

Annie Matches

F, #14166, b. 1876, d. 1901
  • Birth*: 1876; Per Whitton Files, March 4, 2002. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Death*: 1901; Per Whitton Files, March 4, 2002. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.

James Fotheringham

M, #14167, b. 1816, d. 24 April 1899
  • Birth*: 1816; Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; Per Whitton File, March 4, 2002. 1811 Per 1851 Census. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Death*: 24 April 1899; Braehead, Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland; Per Whitton File, March 4, 2002. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Census: 1841; Skaill, Deerness, Orkney, Scotland; 1841 Census at Skaill, Deerness, a Fisherman (Per Whitton File, March 4, 2002.)
  • Census*: 1851; Blanshard Twp., Perth Co., Ontario; Age 40 at 1851 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham (brother) Name is not very clear, seems like James. Need more re this one.1
  • Residence*: 1 July 1854; Con 16 Lot 11, Blanshard Twp., Perth Co., Ontario; Land Registry Records (320)show that James Fotheringham purchased 61 1/2 acres of the north half of Lot 11, Concession 16, Blanshard Twp. for 54 pounds ten shillings from The Canada Company
  • Note*: 1855; James Fotheringham is clearly mentioned in the 1851 Census and Land Registry Records and this is the only James that fits this time-frame and location. Was he here for a few years and then went home to Scotland?
  • Census: 1881; Newbiggings, Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland; 1881 Census at Newbiggings, Kirkwall and St. Olla, Orkney with brother William (Per Whitton File, March 4, 2002.)

Citations

  1. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 40.

Andrew Thomson

M, #14168, b. 26 June 1772, d. 20 December 1849
  • Birth*: 26 June 1772; Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; "Andrew THOMSON (M); B: 26 Jun 1772; Father: John THOMSON;Mother: Janet COCK; Place Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; P#: 154; F#: 442698; O#: 10239" from thomson.txt, cursiter.com
    "Andrew THOMSON (M); B: Abt 1772; Spouse: Mary WILSON of Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; F#: 442698 (from thomson.txt, cursiter.com
    Birth date 31 August 1773 From "Descendants of Andrew Thomson", provided to me by Tom Parkinson.
    Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Christening: 26 August 1772; Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; "Andrew THOMSON (M); C: 26 Aug 1772; Ba: C110262; Father: John THOMSON; Mother: Jannet COCK; Place: Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; So: 990509; Ba: C110262; Pr: 6901953" from thomson.txt, cursiter.com
  • Marriage*: 1797; Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; From "Descendants of Andrew Thomson", provided to me by Tom Parkinson. Per IGI Record.; Principal=Mary Wilson
  • Death*: 20 December 1849; Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; From "Descendants of Andrew Thomson", provided to me by Tom Parkinson.

Family: Mary Wilson b. 12 Feb 1775, d. 2 Sep 1852

Mary Wilson

F, #14169, b. 12 February 1775, d. 2 September 1852
  • Birth*: 12 February 1775; Sandy, Orkney, Scotland; From "Descendants of Andrew Thomson", provided to me by Tom Parkinson. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: 1797; Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; From "Descendants of Andrew Thomson", provided to me by Tom Parkinson. Per IGI Record.; Principal=Andrew Thomson
  • Death*: 2 September 1852; Newark, Sanday, Orkney, Scotland; From "Descendants of Andrew Thomson", provided to me by Tom Parkinson.
  • Married Name: 1797; Thomson

Family: Andrew Thomson b. 26 Jun 1772, d. 20 Dec 1849

Jane Robertson

F, #14170, b. 1849
  • Birth*: 1849; Shetland, Scotland; Date & Location per marriage reg'n. Per 1861 Census - Called Fanny?? . Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: 26 June 1879; Norwood, Peterborough Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.: Groom: Thomas Fotheringham; Age: 61; Res.: Toronto; Born: Orkney, Scotland, Status: widower; Occ.: Accountant; Parents: Thomas Fotheringham & Mary Thompson; Bride: Jane Robertson; Age: 30; Res.: Toronto; Born: Shetland, Scotland; Status: spinster; Parents: John Robertson & Mary Henderson; Witnesses: N. E. Roxborough & N. Cruikshank, both of Toronto; Date: June 26, 1879; Place: Norwood; Rel.: Pres.; Performed by: Rev. F?. F. Fotheringham
    Date per 1861 Census. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.; Principal=Thomas Fotheringham1
  • Residence*: 26 June 1879; Toronto, Ontario; Residence per marriage reg'n.
  • Residence: 1882; 129 Victoria Ave., Toronto, Ontario; Toronto Directory 1882: Fotheringham, Jane., wid., 129 Victoria Ave. (microfilm, Toronto Reference Library, Feb 27, 2002)
    Note: 129 Victoria Ave. is at Queen St. on the north east corner where St. Michael's Hospital is now. Maybe this is the Mercer Reformatory that is mentioned in the 1891 Directory??
  • Residence: 1891; Mercer Reformatory, Toronto, Ontario; Toronto Directory 1891: Fotheringham, Jane (wid. Thos., attendant, Mercer Reformatory, lived at same place (microfilm, Toronto Reference Library, Feb 27, 2002)

Family: Thomas Fotheringham b. 17 Jun 1818, d. 31 Jan 1880

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, 009117 - 1879.

Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham1

M, #14171, b. 6 April 1847, d. 13 May 1927
  • Birth*: 6 April 1847; Hamilton, Ontario; Date per 1901 Census. April 5, 1847 Per Whitton File, March 5, 2002. Location per marriage reg'n. - Annie. Per 1861 Census. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: 9 September 1875; Toronto, York Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.: Groom: Thomas Fraser Fotheringham; Age: 28; Res.: Norwood; Born: Hamilton; Status: bachelor; Occ.: Minister of the Gospel; Parents: Thomas & Fanny Serle? Fotheringham; Bride: Annie Raitt Cruikshank; Age: 28; Res.: Toronto; Born: Arbreatha; Status: spinster; Parents: David & Mary Cruikshank; Witnesses: Goodwin Gibson, Cobourg & Hillman Cruikshank, Toronto; Date: Sept 9, 1875; Place: Toronto; Rel.: Pres.; Performed by: John M. King (Bride's born location may be Arbreatha Park, Nepean Twp., Carleton Co. - near Ottawa); Principal=Annie Raitt Cruikshank2
  • Marriage*: 25 May 1887; Paradise Row, Portland Town, Saint John, New Brunswick; "The residence of Joseph Trimble of Paradise Row, Portland, (St. John) was the scene of a pleasant event yesterday morn. Only immediate friends were present in the parlors when Rev. Dr. Macrea united in marriage Rev. T. F. Fotheringham, pastor of St. John Presbyterian Church and Miss Emelia Trimble." (from The Daily Telegram, Saint John, New Brunswick, May 26, 1887, seen in Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, Vol 67 - 1887 - The Daily Telegram, Saint John, item # 502, at the Gladys Alison Canadiana Room, North York Public Library, April 3, 2002)
    ; Principal=Amelia Emmaline Trimble
  • Death*: 13 May 1927; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; "He died May 13, 1927 at age 80." per email from Paul Winnell, Upper Canada College, May 7, 2002.
    1920 Census shows residence Orland, Glenn Co., California.
  • Note: circa 1857; Central School, Hamilton, Ontario; "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt" per Men of Canada, pg. 201, from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Census*: April 1861; Blanshard Twp., Perth Co., Ontario; Age 13 at 1861 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham3
  • Education: 1863; Upper Canada College, Toronto, Ontario; "Thomas Francis Fotheringham attended Upper Canada College in Toronto from 1863 until graduation 1867." per email from Paul Winnell, Upper Canada College, May 7, 2002.
  • Education*: 1867; Upper Canada College, Toronto, Ontario; "Thomas Francis Fotheringham attended Upper Canada College in Toronto from 1863 until graduation 1867." per email from Paul Winnell, Upper Canada College, May 7, 2002.
  • Census: April 1871; St. John's Ward, Toronto, Ontario; Age 24 at 1871 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham4
  • Note: May 1871; Upper Canada College, Toronto, Ontario; Graduated - "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt" per Men of Canada, pg. 201, from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Note: 1872; University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario; "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt." from "Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham", by Rev. Anderson Rogerson, April 6, 1893, obtained from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt" per Men of Canada, pg. 201, from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Note: 1873; Knox College, Toronto, Ontario; "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt" per Men of Canada, pg. 201, from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt." from "Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham", by Rev. Anderson Rogerson, April 6, 1893, obtained from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Note: 1874; United Presbyterian Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland; "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt" per Men of Canada, pg. 201, from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    "He was educated at the Central School, Hamilton, Upper Canada College, Toronto University, from which he received his B.A., in 1871, and M.A., one year later; Knox College, with post graduate year at U.P Hall, Edinburgh, and Leipzig University, under Prof's. Kahnis and Luthardt." from "Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham", by Rev. Anderson Rogerson, April 6, 1893, obtained from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Occupation: 16 June 1875; Hastings and Norwood Churches, Peterborough Co., Ontario; "The Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham, M.A., was the first minister of Hastings and Norwood Churches following the union of all Presbyterian bodies in Canada, June 16th, 1875." from The Hastings ? newspaper, article re Rev. T. F. Fotheringham, copied at The Presbyterian Church Archives, Toronto, April, 2002.
  • Note: 21 July 1875; Norwood, Ontario; "He was licensed by the Presbytery of Toronto, and ordained over Norwood and Hastings, July 21st, 1875." per Men of Canada, pg 201, from Archives of New Brunswick, April 2002
  • Occupation*: 9 September 1875; Norwood, Peterborough Co., Ontario; Minister of the Gospel - per marriage reg'n. - Annie.
  • Residence*: 9 September 1875; Norwood, Peterborough Co., Ontario; Residence per marriage reg'n. - Annie.
  • Residence: 11 January 1877; Norwood, Peterborough Co., Ontario; Informant for Death Reg'n. of his mother, Fanny Sarah Flaw Fotheringham.
  • Residence: 1880; 226 Sherbourne St., Toronto, York Co., Ontario; Toronto Directory 1880: Fotheringham, Thos., clerk, 226 Sherbourne St. (microfilm, Toronto Reference Library, Feb 27, 2002)
    Note: This would be the son, Thomas Fraser Fotheringham; his father Thomas Fotheringham is on the line about in the Directory, at the same address.
  • Residence: between 1880 and 1881; Queen's College, Kingston, Ontario; "He was lecturer in Apologetics, at Queen's College, in 1880-81, but resigned these positions and removed to California, in the latter year." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Census: April 1881; Kingston, Ontario; ?? Could be in Kingston for this census ??
  • Note: September 1881; Norwood, Peterborough Co., Ontario; "In September, 1881 the congregation had grown and wished to separate from Norwood. As Mr. Fotheringham was forced to ask for six months leave of absence owing to the serious illness of his wife, it was considered that this might be a suitable time for separation?. Letters from Mr. Fotheringham, who had gone to California, now that his wife's health had improved, but that no possible recovery could be expected within six months, so he regretfully severed his connection, although he long continued to keep in touch with them and they followed his subsequent career with affectionate interest. Mr. Fotheringham's letters recount the conditions in California at that time and he was amazed by the number of Canadians living there and thought that Ontatio had sent more settlers than any state of the Union." from an article in the Hastings newspaper, June, 195?, copied at The Presbyterian Church Archives, April 2002.
  • Residence: June 1882; San Bernadino Congregation, Colton, California, U.S.A.; "Removing to California in 1881 he spent some time in the southern part of the state. While at Colton he organized the now flourishing Presbyterian congregation of San Bernadino." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    "He was lecturer in Apologetics, at Queen's College, in 1880-81, but resigned these positions and removed to California, in the latter year." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Note*: 28 July 1882; Toronto, York Co., Ontario; Thomas' wife Annie died.
  • Residence: 1883; St. John Presbyterian Church, Saint John, New Brunswick; "On his return to Canada, he accepted in 1883 his present charge, St. John's Church, St. John, N. B." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    "Excerpts from a newspaper clipping 1902: In St. John's Presbyterian Church yesterday morning Rev. D. A. Morison, pastor of St. David's extended from the congregation of the latter to the people of St. John's congregation, congratulations and good words on the attainment of nineteen years ministration by Rev. Dr. Fotheringham." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    " ... the grandson of Thomas is the Rev. T. F. Fotheringham, D. D. (my father) of Saint John, N. B., Canada and he says " Sanday is my ancestral home. All my forebears lived there from time immemorial. My grandfather lived both on Howe and Stove. He had two brothers, Alexander and James. The former removed to Dearness. I have not been able to find out where the other went. My father is dead and all my uncles were quite young when they came to Canada, so that they have not much to tell me." (1905) Quoted from "Sanday Church History" by Alex Goodfellow, United Free Chruch, South Ronaldsay. " from "A portion of the Fotheringham Tree; September 1934" in possession of Tom Parkinson
  • Residence: 1885; Saint John, New Brunswick; Appears in Saint John City Directories from 1885 to 1904?
  • Note: 3 May 1889; Boy's Brigade, 1st St. John, Saint John, New Brunswick; "The first company organized in, not Canada merely, but America, was the 1st St. John, connected with the St. John Presbyterian Church of which Rev. T. F. Fotheringham is the pastor. This was on May 3rd, 1889." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
    "The Boy's Brigade, now firmly established, was first welcomed in this side of the Atlantic by Mr. Fotheringham, who in 1889, formed the senior company of America. Mr. Fotheringham's wise article regarding the co-working of the Boy's Brigade and Christian Endeavor movements, recently published on the opposite page, is fresh in the memory of all our readers." from New Brunswick Archives, Arpil 2002.
  • Census: April 1891; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 44 at 1891 Census: Fotheringham, Thomas, 44, b. Ont., parents b. Scotland, Pres., Clergyman, married; Amelia, 31, b. N. B., parents b. Ireland, Pres., married; Helen G., 2, b. N. B., parents b. Ont & N. B., daughter; Fanny F., 1, b. N. B., parents b. Ont. & N. B. (seen on microfilm T-6403, Wellington Ward, i-2, page 69, line 10, at the Gladys Alison Canadiana Room, North York Public Library, April 3, 2002)
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  • Census: 9 April 1901; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 54 at 1901 Census: Fotheringham, Thomas, 54, b. Ont. Apr 6 1847, Scotch, St. John Pres. Minister, married; Amelia E., 40, b. New Brunswick, Aug 18 1861, Scotch, Pres., married; Helen D., 13, b. New Brunswick, Aug 2 1888, daughter, school; Fannie, 11, b. N. B. May 12 1890, daughter; Thomas, 8, b. N. B. Jan 4 1893, son; Joseph R., 5, b. N. B. May 22 1896, son; Amelia G., 3, b. N. B. July 11 1898, daughter; Elise, 10 months, b. N. B., Aug 27 1900, daughter; Trimble, Elise, 37, b. N. B. June 24 1864, Scotch, sister-in-law, single; Gertrude, 31, b. N. B. Sept 21 1869, Scotch, Pres., sister-in-law, single (seen on microfilm T6443, Wellington Ward, H-1, page 33, line 48, at the Gladys Alison Canadiana Room, North York Public Library, April 3, 2002)
    (index previously sent to me by email from John Kathy MacPherson - calcon@nbnet.ca; 1901 Census Lookup; Film #T6443, Page 33, Family #335, Location: Saint John City Part 2, Division # 21-H1, Entry 48, 49, 50, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: received March 9, 2002)6
  • Residence: 9 April 1901; Hazen St., Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Residence per 1901 Census: Hazen St., Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick
  • Residence: 1902; St. John's Presbyterian Church, Saint John, New Brunswick; "Excerpts from a newspaper clipping 1902: In St. John's Presbyterian Church yesterday morning Rev. D. A. Morison, pastor of St. David's extended from the congregation of the latter to the people of St. John's congregation, congratulations and good words on the attainment of nineteen years ministration by Rev. Dr. Fotheringham." from New Brunswick Archives, April 2002.
  • Retirement*: 1908; California, U.S.A.; "He retired to California in 1908 but resumed pastoral work in 1909 as Pastor of Trinity Pres. Church in Orland, California." per email from Paul Winnell, Upper Canada College, May 7, 2002.
  • Note: 1909; Trinity Church, Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; "Although he retired in 1908, Rev. Fotheringham was soon active again and from his hom ein Citrona ?? Orland, Glenn Co. California, he organized Trinity Church in Orland in 1909. He died after he had been ? for several years." from Hastings newspaper, article re life of Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham, Presbyterian Archives, Toronto/
  • Note: 1909; Trinity Presbyterian Church, Orland, California, U.S.A.; "He retired to California in 1908 but resumed pastoral work in 1909 as Pastor of Trinity Pres. Church in Orland, California." per email from Paul Winnell, Upper Canada College, May 7, 2002.
  • Census: 18 April 1910; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 63 at 1910 Census: Fotheringham, Thos. F., 63, b. Cda., parents b. Scotland, Presbyterian Clergyman, married; Amelia E., 51?, wife, b. Cda., parents b. Ireland, emigrated 1908, married; Francis F., 19, b. Cda., daughter, emigrated 1908; Frances T., 17, b. Cda., son, emigrated 1908; Joseph R., 14, b. Cda., parents b. Cda., son, emigrated 1908; Amelia G., 11, b. Cda., parents b. Cda., daughter, emigrated 1908; Elise D., 9, b. Cda., daughter, parents b. Cda., emigrated 1908; Trimble, Elise M., 35, b. Cda., sister-in-law, emigrated 1908, shorthand teacher; Gertrude M., 33, b. Cda., sister-in-law, emigrated 1908 (1910 Census for Orland, Glenn Co., California taken from image 4 of 45, Ancestry.com)
  • Residence: 1917; Citrona Park, Orland, Glenn County, California, U.S.A.; "His last know address, in 1917, was Citrona Park, Orland, Glenn County, California." per email from Paul Winnell, Upper Canada College, May 7, 2002.
  • Census: 13 January 1920; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 72 at 1920 Census: Fotheringham, Thomas F., 72, b. Canada, parents b. Scotland, immigrated 1907?; Amelia E., 60, b. Canada, parents b. Ireland; Francis F., 30?, b. Canada, parents b. Canada, single; Gertrude, 27(1?), b. Canada, parents b. Canada; ???, son, 23, b. Canada, single; Dorothy E., 19?, b. Canada; parents b. Canada; Trimble, Eliza M., 53, b. Canada, parents b. Ireland, single, emigrated 1909? (1920 U.S. Federal Census record for Glenn Co., California taken from Ancestry.com online census image, 21, of 33 for Town of Orland)

Family 1: Annie Raitt Cruikshank b. 1847, d. 28 Jul 1882

  • Marriage*: 9 September 1875; Toronto, York Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.: Groom: Thomas Fraser Fotheringham; Age: 28; Res.: Norwood; Born: Hamilton; Status: bachelor; Occ.: Minister of the Gospel; Parents: Thomas & Fanny Serle? Fotheringham; Bride: Annie Raitt Cruikshank; Age: 28; Res.: Toronto; Born: Arbreatha; Status: spinster; Parents: David & Mary Cruikshank; Witnesses: Goodwin Gibson, Cobourg & Hillman Cruikshank, Toronto; Date: Sept 9, 1875; Place: Toronto; Rel.: Pres.; Performed by: John M. King (Bride's born location may be Arbreatha Park, Nepean Twp., Carleton Co. - near Ottawa); Principal=Annie Raitt Cruikshank2

Family 2: Amelia Emmaline Trimble b. 18 Aug 1861

  • Marriage*: 25 May 1887; Paradise Row, Portland Town, Saint John, New Brunswick; "The residence of Joseph Trimble of Paradise Row, Portland, (St. John) was the scene of a pleasant event yesterday morn. Only immediate friends were present in the parlors when Rev. Dr. Macrea united in marriage Rev. T. F. Fotheringham, pastor of St. John Presbyterian Church and Miss Emelia Trimble." (from The Daily Telegram, Saint John, New Brunswick, May 26, 1887, seen in Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, Vol 67 - 1887 - The Daily Telegram, Saint John, item # 502, at the Gladys Alison Canadiana Room, North York Public Library, April 3, 2002)
    ; Principal=Amelia Emmaline Trimble

Citations

  1. Rev. per N. B. birth reg'ns. Middle name Fraser per marriage reg'n. Middle name is Francis per Tom's tree. Names are Thomas Francis per Margaret Spence doc "Portion of the Fotheringham Tree, September 1934" in posession of Tom Parkinson.
  2. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, 011391 - 1875.
  3. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 13.
  4. [S14] Unknown author, 1871 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 24.
  5. [S6] Unknown author, 1891 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 44.
  6. [S13] Unknown author, 1901 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 54.

Amelia Emmaline Trimble

F, #14172, b. 18 August 1861
  • Birth*: 18 August 1861; New Brunswick; Per 1901 Census. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: 25 May 1887; Paradise Row, Portland Town, Saint John, New Brunswick; "The residence of Joseph Trimble of Paradise Row, Portland, (St. John) was the scene of a pleasant event yesterday morn. Only immediate friends were present in the parlors when Rev. Dr. Macrea united in marriage Rev. T. F. Fotheringham, pastor of St. John Presbyterian Church and Miss Emelia Trimble." (from The Daily Telegram, Saint John, New Brunswick, May 26, 1887, seen in Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, Vol 67 - 1887 - The Daily Telegram, Saint John, item # 502, at the Gladys Alison Canadiana Room, North York Public Library, April 3, 2002)
    ; Principal=Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham
  • Census: April 1881; Ward 2, Portland Town, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 20 at 1881 Census: see Joseph Trimble1
  • Married Name: 25 May 1887; Fotheringham
  • Census*: April 1891; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 31 at 1891 Ccensus: see Thomas Fotheringham2
  • Census: 9 April 1901; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 40 at 1901 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham3
  • Census: 18 April 1910; Orland, Glenn Co., Californai, U.S.A.; Age 51? at 1910 Census: see Thomas Francis Fotheringham
  • Census: 13 January 1920; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 60 at 1920 Census: see Thomas Francis Fotheringham
  • Census: 21 April 1930; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 70 at 1930 Census: Fotheringhame, Amelia, 70, b. Cda., widow, parents b. North Ireland, emigrated 1908; Francis F., 39, b. Cda., public school teacher, single, emigrated 1908; J. Ralph, 33, b. Cda., single, associate bank manager, emigrated 1908 (1930 Census, Orland, Glenn Co., California taken from Ancestry.com, image 22 of 24)

Family: Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham b. 6 Apr 1847, d. 13 May 1927

  • Marriage*: 25 May 1887; Paradise Row, Portland Town, Saint John, New Brunswick; "The residence of Joseph Trimble of Paradise Row, Portland, (St. John) was the scene of a pleasant event yesterday morn. Only immediate friends were present in the parlors when Rev. Dr. Macrea united in marriage Rev. T. F. Fotheringham, pastor of St. John Presbyterian Church and Miss Emelia Trimble." (from The Daily Telegram, Saint John, New Brunswick, May 26, 1887, seen in Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Newspapers, Vol 67 - 1887 - The Daily Telegram, Saint John, item # 502, at the Gladys Alison Canadiana Room, North York Public Library, April 3, 2002)
    ; Principal=Rev. Thomas Francis Fotheringham

Citations

  1. [S16] Unknown author, 1881 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 20.
  2. [S6] Unknown author, 1891 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 31.
  3. [S13] Unknown author, 1901 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 40.

Helen Glasgow Fotheringham

F, #14173, b. 2 August 1888, d. 17 July 1986
  • Birth*: 2 August 1888; Saint John, New Brunswick; Per 1901 Census. Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Death*: 17 July 1986; Glenn Co., Californai, U.S.A.; "California Deaths 1940-1997: Naem: Fotheringham, Helen Glasgow; Born: Aug 2, 1888, Canada; Death: July 17, 1986, Glenn Co., California; Mother's surname: Trimble; Soc. Sec. #: 549664633" (from ancestry.com, California Deaths 1940-1997)
    "Social Security Death Index: Name: Helen Fotheringham; Born: 1 Aug 1888; Died: Jul 1986; Res.: 95963 Orland, Glenn, CA; SSN: 549-66-4633; Issued: CA(1962)" (from Ancestry.com)
  • Census: April 1891; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 2 at 1891 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham1
  • Census*: 9 April 1901; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 13 at 1901 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham2

Citations

  1. [S6] Unknown author, 1891 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 2.
  2. [S13] Unknown author, 1901 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 13.

Fanny Flaws Fotheringham1

F, #14174, b. 12 May 1890, d. 21 March 1959
  • Birth*: 12 May 1890; Saint John, New Brunswick; "Detailed Record for: Fotheringham, Fanny Flaws; Sex: Female; Year: 1890; Month: 05; Day: 12; Father: Fotheringham, Thomas F.; Mother; Trimble, Amelia E.; Place: Saint John; County: SJ; CD: 1; BK: 1; Page: 71; Num: 475; Fnum: F14037" taken from RS141A2/2 - Index to County Births Registers, New Brunswick Provincial Archvies - http://www.gnb.ca/archives, March 4, 2002
    Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Death*: 21 March 1959; San Fransico, California, U.S.A.; "California Deaths 1940-1997: Name: Fotheringhame, Frances Flaws; born: May 12, 1890, Canada; Death: March 21, 1959, San Fransisco; Father's Surname: Fotheirnghame; Mother's Surname: Trimble" (from Ancestry.com, California Deaths 1940-1997)
  • Census: April 1891; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 1 at 1891 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham2
  • Census*: 9 April 1901; Wellington Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 11 at 1901 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham3
  • Emigration*: 1908; Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Father retired to California in 1908. Per Biography info from Upper Canada College.
  • Census: 18 April 1910; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 19 at 1910 Census: see Thomas Francis Fotheringham
  • Census: 13 January 1920; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 30? at 1920 Census: see Thomas Francis Fotheringham
  • Census: 21 April 1930; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 39 at 1930 Census: see Amelia Fotheringham (mother)

Citations

  1. Givne names per Birth Register. Frances Flaws per Tom's tree.
  2. [S6] Unknown author, 1891 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 1.
  3. [S13] Unknown author, 1901 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 11.

Francis "Thomas" Fotheringham1

M, #14175, b. 4 January 1893
  • Birth*: 4 January 1893; Saint John, New Brunswick; "Detailed Record for: Fortheringham, Thomas; Sex: Male; Year: 1893; Month: 01; Day: 04; Father: Fotheringham, Thomas F.; Mother: Trimble, Amelia E.; Place: Saint John; County: SJ; CD: 1; BK: 2; Page: 2; Num: 62; Fnum: F14954" taken from RS141A2/2 - Index to County Birth Registers, New Brunswick Provincial Archvies - http://www.gnb.ca/archives, March 4, 2002
    Per Tom Parkinson's Tree, Feb. 9, 2002.
  • Marriage*: after 1913; Principal=Anita Janice Hansen
  • Census*: 9 April 1901; Wellingotn Ward, Saint John, New Brunswick; Age 8 at 1901 Census: see Thomas Fotheringham2
  • Census: 18 April 1910; Orland, Glenn Co., California, U.S.A.; Age 17 at 1910 Census: see Thomas Francis Fotheringham
  • Residence*: 1917; Yuma Co., Californai, U.S.A.; "Fotheringhame, Thomas; 4 Jan 1893; St. John New Brunswick; Yuba, CA" from USGenWeb Search (This file contains information from the civilian draft registration cards completed in 1917--1918 for Yuba County, California; BIRTH INFORMATION: RESIDENTS OF THIS COUNTY IN 1917-18 AND PERSONS WITH LINKS TO THIS COUNTY; 1ST COLUMN: NAME; 2ND COLUMN: BIRTH DATE; 3RD COLUMN: ETHNIC GROUP; 4TH COLUMN: BIRTH LOCATION OR OTHER INFO (spellingunreliable); OTHER COLUMNS: LOCATION OF REGISTRATION)

Family: Anita Janice Hansen b. 1848

Citations

  1. Common name Thomas per 1917 Birth Registration. Francis T. per 1910 Census.
  2. [S13] Unknown author, 1901 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm, Age 8.

Anita Janice Hansen

F, #14176, b. 1848
  • Married Name: after 1891; Fotheringham

Family: Francis "Thomas" Fotheringham b. 4 Jan 1893