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Family F38
 
2 1901 Census has name enumerated as G. Walter CASSELS, Walter Gibson Pringle (I291)
 
3 1901 Census has year of birth 1890, likely error in calculation.  KUHN, Hattie Victoria (I447)
 
4 78 years at time of death. Cause: Old Age MCNAB, James (I64)
 
5 A resident of Calgary for 61 years, Mrs. Helen Howe Hare, 91, of 630 25th Ave. N.E., died Wednesday. Funeral Service will be conducted by Rev. Robert Shannon Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at the Cy Foster-Gooder Chapel on the Hill. Burial will follow in Queen's Park Cemetery. Borin in Ottawa, Mrs. Hare lived at Dartmouth, N.S. before coming to Calgary in 1907. Her grandfather was the Hon. Joseph Howe of N.S. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Helen Murdoch and Mrs. Eleanor Lumgair, both of Calgary; three stepsons, Terrence G. Hare of Detroit, Joseph M. Hare of Portland, and Richard A. Hare of Vancouver; and two grandchildren, Mrs. Judy Ross of Vancouver and Ken Hare of Calgary.

The Calgary Herald (Calgary, Alberta, 1968), "Funeral Saturday For 91-Year-Old Resident of City".

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HOWE, Helen (I51)
 
6 According to Winthrop Bell, he has concluded that Jacob KUHN or Heinrich Kuhn (SR.) are likely the same person, referencing the pattern of changing forenames in records such as the Victualling List. The Heinrich Kuhn who appears in records past 1750/52 is clearly the son of this Jacob Heinrich and who was part of the family group who sailed from Rotterdam in 1750. At this time, definitive conclusions have not been validated and research is ongoing.  KUHN, Jacob (I14)
 
7 AKA Samuel Knowles Sands. Unconfirmed that he was deserter from Royal Navy and changed his name to Robertson.  ROBERTSON, William (I331)
 
8 Albert was born on the day the Prince of Wales landed in Halifax so he was named after the prince.
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THOMSON, Albert Edward (I42)
 
9 Allemand and Allamand are both spelling variants. ALLEMAND, Jane Elizabeth (I325)
 
10 Ann Maria's surname is entered and transcribed as: Koohn" Family F118
 
11 At time of marriage to Susan MCNab, was 48 years of age.  GOODFELLOW, Rev. Peter Ferguson (I154)
 
12 Birth may have been in cork, Ireland, where initial baptism occurred.  HUGONIN, Francis James (I495)
 
13 Buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver, B.C. GOODLIFFE, Frederick Millington (I168)
 
14 Called "Bill" KUHN, William Max (I576)
 
15 CAuse of death: drowning MCNAB, John Henry (I62)
 
16 Contributed by
Design and Art Australia Online
Watercolourist and army officer. Son of William Thomas Lyttleton. Though he lived inVan Diemen's Land for ten years, most of his surviving work is during his period in Halifax, Canada.
Watercolourist and army officer, third child and eldest son of the seven children of Anne and William Thomas Lyttleton , was born in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) when his father was on an army posting there and was baptised Westcote, a family name of the Lyttletons of Hagley Hall, Stourbridge, Worcestershire, to whom he was distantly related. The family was in England and Scotland in 1822-25, then migrated to Van Diemen’s Land whereWestcote remained for ten years. He left for London in February 1835, arriving in August in order to enter his father’s old college, the Royal Military Academy.
Commissioned ensign in 1837, lieutenant in 1839 and captain in 1845, Lyttleton was posted to Halifax, Nova Scotia, with the 64th Regiment in 1840 and arrived in October.In 1842 he married Joanna, eldest daughter of 'Governor’ PeterMcNab, a member of one of Halifax’s leading families. He purchased McNab Island off Halifax and lived therefor seventeen years. Carter calls his undated watercolour panorama of Halifax Harbour Seen from McNab’s Island (National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa) the masterpiece among the small numberof works of early Halifax known today. Although obviously a
very competent landscape sketcher before arriving in Canada, no Tasmanian work has been conclusively identified. This Canadian watercolour, however, is close in style to that of William Lyttleton’s Panshanger , allowing the presumption that his art training came as much from his father as from the drawing lessons he would have received atSandhurst. In 1853 W.W. Lyttleton ...
c.1822 Arrived in Van Diemen's Land 
LYTTLETON, Westcote Whitchurch Lewis (I67)
 
17 Death certificate states DOB as 4 December 1860. 1901 Census is 8 December 1860. 1901 Census earlier but subject to error as informant unknown. Death certificate is daughter.  JAMES, Martha (I363)
 
18 Death of Miss Howe
The death occurred on Saturday night, near Bankview, of Miss Josephine Howe, formerly of Halifax, N.S. Miss Howe was 33 years of age. She came here about two years ago seeking to overcome the grip of tuberculosis. She had resided with an aunt. The disease was too farm advanced to overcome, and from it death resulted.
The funeral took place this afternoon from Graham & Buscombe's parlors to the Union cemetery. Rev. Mr. MacWilliams, of Grace Presbyterian church, officiated.
The Calgary Daily Herald, Monday, July 26, 1909, page 1
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/123138784/josephine-howe 
HOWE, Josephine (I50)
 
19 died at 6 weeks old KUHN, Aubrey (I566)
 
20 Excerpt from George Alfred Cooke's Profile (https://museum.timaru.govt.nz/explore/scroll/profile?id=6034)

A marriage was arranged to take place quietly in August 1914, at Knockainy, County Limerick, between Mr George Alfred Cooke, assistant-paymaster, R.N., of H.M.S. Latona, youngest son of Mr George Cooke, late of Timaru, and Miss Eileen Beresford Knowles, youngest daughter of vice-Admiral Sir Charles Knowles, Bart., of Oxford. In the event they married on 4 July at St Michael’s and All Angels Church, Summertown, Oxfordshire, England. Perhaps there was a ceremony at Knockainy also, Eileen being Irish born. 
Family F75
 
21 Extract from "The Citizen" June 3, 1873

Deaths: At Government House,Halifax,on Sunday 1st June,the Hon. Joseph Howe,Lieut.-Governor of Nova Scotia,in the 69 year of his age.
Funeral on Wednesday at 4 o'clock. Friends and family will please attend without further notice. 
HOWE, Joseph (I24)
 
22 Fanny donated her body to Dalhousie University HOWE, Fanny Myrtle (I49)
 
23 Father: Andrew Casssels
Mother: Ann Gibson

Baptism: South Leith, Midlothian, Scotland  
CASSELS, Walter Gibson (I304)
 
24 Forename is spelt Wilfred on registration of birth but majority of documents, including evidence from family members, support the Wilfrid spelling.  KUHN, Wilfrid Edward (I388)
 
25 Forename: Is sometimes seen as Westcott.  LYTTLETON, Westcote Whitchurch Lewis (I67)
 
26 From Commonwealth War Graves website:
Private Frank Edgar Kuhn; Service # 282407; Canadian Infantry, 85th Battalion; died 9 April 1917; son of Martha Kuhn Cole Harbour Road, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.
buried at: https://www.cwgc.org/find-records/find-war-dead/search-results/?CemeteryExact=true&Cemetery=CANADIAN+CEMETERY+NO.2%2c+NEUVILLE-ST.+VAAST&Sort=surname&Page=42

 
KUHN, Frank Edgar (I554)
 
27 Handwritten notes state that James was born 9 minutes before 12night (midnight).  MCNAB, James Colhoon (I229)
 
28 HARE--March 13, Mrs. Helen Howe Hare, aged 91 years of 630 25 Ave. N.E. Mrs. Hare was born in Ottawa and spent some years in Dartmouth, N.S., before coming to Calgary in 1907. Her grandfather was the Hon. Joseph Howe of N.S. She is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. D. (Helen) Murdoch, Calgary, and Mrs. W. (Elinor) Lunigal(?), Calgary; three stepsons, Terrence G. Hare of Detroit, Joseph M. Hare, Portland, Oregon, Richard A. Hare, Vancouver; two grandchildren, Mrs. T. (Judy) Ross, Vancouver and Ken of Calgary.
Excerpt from The Calgary Herald, March 14, 1968, page 62

Alberta Death Reg. #1968-08-002723 
HOWE, Helen (I51)
 
29 He wrote the book The Whirlwind Country, published 1967 and Australia's Wild Heart, published 1972.1 He wrote the book Land of Waltzing Matilda, published 1994 KNOWLES, Peter Cosby (I77)
 
30 Helen's mother died in March 1877 and her father died in 1890, leaving Helen and her sister with a stepmother. In 1891, she lived with her aunt, Lelia Ross in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

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HOWE, Helen (I51)
 
31 Henry Kuhn is identified as Junior in records relating to property on McNabs Island. KUHN, Henry (I326)
 
32 Her forename often is presented as "Joan" and this is what she was commonly called.  MCNAB, Johanna Culliton (I138)
 
33 Illnau is the parish name.  KUHN, Heinrich (Henry) (I283)
 
34 In memory of/ Mary Susan/ daughter of Thomas and Ann Gibbs/ born 19 October 1808/ died 7th July 1809 Ann Gibbs, born Ann McNab in 1781, was a daughter of Peter McNab I. She later remarried and was known as Ann Hunter. This is the oldest grave in the cemetery. GIBBS, Mary Susan (I201)
 
35 Incorrectly transcribed in Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics as Peter M Kuber and Ena M Morash married on 25 November 1931 at Colchester County Family F175
 
36 James I. Morton
There passed away at the Victoria General Hospital, yesterday, James I. Morton, son of the late F.W. Morton and Mrs. Morton of New Germany. Born at New Germany fifty years ago, the late Mr. Morton was associated with his father in business for some time. Leaving this, he attended Acadia University until 1915 when he enlisted for service overseas. Going to France he was twice wounded. He was invalided home in 1918. His wife, formerly Miss Gertrude M. Settle, predeceased him four years ago. Mr. Morton conducted a grocery business in Halifax for some time but retired on account of ill health. For the past four years he has made his home at the residence of Mrs. James Harrison, Woodlawn. He is survived by four sisters, Mrs. P.M. Chesley, Portland, Maine; Mrs. H.S. Barss, New Boston, New Hampshire; Mrs. P.W. MacDermott, Winsconsin, Vermont; and Mrs. Frank Settle, Woodlawn; and one brother, Fred W. Morton of Springfield, Massachusetts. The late Mr. Morton was a member of Woodlawn United Church and took a keen interest in all its activities. The funeral will take place on Monday afternoon at 2:30 from the residence of J.R. Harrison. Interment will be in Woodlawn. 
MORTON, James Isaac (I533)
 
37 Living at time of 1871 Census and at time of Peter's 2nd marriage in October 1879, he was a widower.  MARTIN, Agnes Nelson (I418)
 
38 Marriage Bond 10 June 1807.  Family F3
 
39 Marriage Bond issued 6 September 1835.  Family F154
 
40 Marriage bond issued August 2, 1838. Signed by James McNab, merchant. Available at FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-LBCJ-QH2?cc=1925428
 
Family F85
 
41 Marriage registration of Frederick and Emilie states Frederick is divorced. Family F89
 
42 Marriage registration page does not provide any information on the marriage Family F65
 
43 Marriage registration spells it Duyer DWYER, Ellen Elizabeth (I333)
 
44 Married in Fort Massey Church, Halifax Family F57
 
45 Mary Ede was previously married to Henry Austen, and thus, listed as Mary Ede widow when marriage to John Howe.  Family F30
 
46 Mary living in 1871 Census but husband John Ross identified as widower in 1881 Census.  CURRIE, Mary Elizabeth (I263)
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LUMGAIR, Unknown (I336)
 
48 Nancy Redmayne Ross (née Thorne) born in Windsor, Ontario, 6 February 1916, died peacefully 12 March 2014, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 98.
Nancy will be lovingly missed by her sister, Mary White (née Thorne); sons, Peter (Yvette) and Michael; grandchildren, Marianne, Jennifer (Rob) and Julien; her great-granddaughter, Sophia and cousin, Barb Edwards (Art). She was predeceased by her parents, Gladys Mary Redmayne and Harvey Thorne and by the tragic loss of her first and last children, Davy and baby Ian.

Nancy had centuries old Nova Scotia family roots. She was educated at Halifax Ladies College and Dalhousie University (class of 1936) and worked with the YMCA-YWCA in Simcoe, Ontario and Glace Bay. She married RCAF officer Donald Ross in Regina in 1941. She lived in Halifax with their first child while Don served overseas. Don was posted to Ottawa after the war, returning with the family to England for a time in 1950.

Nancy made many interesting, life-long, friends where ever she lived, as the family moved during the next thirty years to Unionville, Ontario; Lexington, Massachusetts and, Los Altos, California. She was a fine hostess, cook and baker, drawing from her vast recipe collection. She was always knitting and tending her gardens and plants.

After Don’s retirement, Nancy devotedly researched and edited the journals of their great-grandfather, published in 1996 as ‘The Diary of a Maritimer, 1816-1901, The Life and Times of Joseph Salter.’ She and Don worked to protect Mi'kma petroglyphs rediscovered in the rocky barrens behind their Bedford home, eventually designated a National Historic Site.

The family thanks the thoughtful and caring staff at St. Vincent’s Nursing Home where Nancy spent her last years, especially Charles Anderson. Nancy’s cremated remains will be interred next to her husband Donald at Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax, after a graveside service on Monday, March 17 at 11:00 am. A donation to The Friends of McNabs Island Society or to a charity of one’s choice would be appreciated. Thank you. 
THORNE, Nancy Redmayne (I174)
 
49 Note on date of birth: resources on Family Search show an October date of birth for Robert Cassels - there are two Robert Cassels born in Midlothian in 1815, but three sources (secondary) cite the February date for this Robert Cassels. Unfortunately, unable to find digital copy of a baptismal record for Robert Cassels to confirm but the 3 sources are credible.  CASSELS, Robert (I239)
 
50 Note that marriage registration has indexed on Family Search surname as Ruhn. Error in transcription.  KUHN, Alexander H. (I349)
 

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