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1 Annapolis Township Book says marriage date was Feb 21, 1828. Family: F00094
2 The Longley Genealogy says Blanche and allan were married June 5, 1929. Family: F00280
3 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: F00282
4 They did not have children. Alfred O. Armstrong
5 Ernest was a school teacher and attended Acadia College. They did not have children. Ernest H. Armstrong
6 He studied music. They had four children - Louisa, Ernest, Charles and Jean. Melbourne E. Armstrong
7 He attended Dalhousie University and Pine Hill Theology. He lectured in History and wrote for an United Church magazine. They had three children - Harvey, Morris and Margaret. Rupert O. Armstrong
8 Ambrose took a very active role in the building of the Baptist Church in Inglisville. Ambros L. Banks
9 He was a well known photographer. Percy Genoa Garfield Banks
10 Banks genealogy says Willard was born Dec 23, 1859. Willard Ambros Banks
11 Elvin went to Birtle, Manitobia in 1917 and died in the flu epidemic of 1919. Elvin Chase Barteaux
12 Judson was a school teacher and went west in 1907. After serving in WW 1, he resumed teaching in Saskatchewan. When he retired he lived in his brother's (Ainsley) home in Birtle, Manitobia. He did not marry. Judson Dudley Barteaux
13 Orlando went west to Birtle, Manitobia in 1909. Orlando Tilston Barteaux
14 Benjamin was mentally retarded. Benjamin Beals
15 PANS - MG4,Vol.5,P.141 gives the date of birth as Mar 2, 1856 but cemetery head stone says Aug 7, 1853. Also the head stone gives date of death as Feb 5, 1856 at age three years. Dorcas Ann Beals
16 Hugh did not marry. Hugh Whitman Beals
17 Lamert spent some time in jail once for selling a thousand dollars worth of apples which he took from an orchard belonging to someone else. Lamert Beals
18 1901 census says Mary was born Apr, 1825. Mary Elizabeth Beals
19 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Susanne Louise Beals
20 Her brother-in-law's ( James Currell) daughter ( Ester) married her sister's ( Mathilda) son ( Arthur Cornwall). Jerusha Catherine Burns
21 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Matilda Ann Burns
22 She did not marry. Jessie Callahan
23 Joseph died after falling on a pitch fork in the hay field. Joseph Callahan
24 He did not marry. Rupert W. Callahan
25 On the gravestone in the Whitman Cemetery the spelling of the name is "Carling". James Carlan
26 Edward died approximatelly one month after marrying. Edward J. Chute
27 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. John Clark
28 Mary was the daughter of Richard Clark and Mary Miller who, as a widow, married Abel Beals as his second wife. Mary Clark
29 The 1881 census shows Parker (19) and Lorrette (15) Cook. Perhaps they were Emma's brother and sister. Emma I. Cook
30 Mary was a missionary in Cuba. Mary Lydia Crisp
31 William was a school teacher and avid photographer. He was a bit eccentric. At meal time he was known to chew his food exactly 40 times. During his frequent photography trips he preferred to use his own eating utensils which he carried with him. William Kendrick Crisp
32 Alice did not marry. Alice May Cunningham
33 Grace did not marry. Grace Eliza Cunningham
34 They had three daughters and two sons. Augusta "Gussie" Louise Currell
35 The headstone in the Whitman Cemetery says she was born Dec 31, 1837 and died Sept 26, 1838. Caroline Susan Currell
36 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dorothy Currell
37 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Effie Currell
38 From a letter written by Annie Ruth (Cornwall) Doody to her grandson, Eamon Jones, on his birthday, Aug 12, 1977:

..... Uncle Elias thought he would try life in "the States" so he went there and worked as a carpenter. Later he began to build houses on his own and became a builder and contractor. ..... He was a very friendly man and was at one time Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, which is like being the mayor, in the town of Reading where he lived." 
Elias Beals Currell
39 They did not have children. Elizabeth "Lizzie" Athaliah Currell
40 Whitman genealogy says date of birth was Dec 30, 1868. Esther Cordelia Currell
41 Headstone says he died in 1854. George Ryerson Currell
42 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harold Currell
43 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Helen Currell
44 Henry did not marry. Henry Robert Currell
45 Whitman genealogy says date of birth was Oct 6, 1883. James Reginald "Reggie" Currell
46 George King (Rice genealogy) says date of birth was Aug 14, 1834. James Roach Currell
47 "In 1827 John bought the Bloody Creek mill privileges, erected a carding and grist mill, and operated them until his death".

From a letter written Aug 12, 1977 by Annie Ruth (Cornwall) Doddy to her grand son, Eman Jones on his 8th birthday:
"This is the story that my mother told me about his (John Currell) coming to Canada. He was working on a small sailing vessel, as a cabin boy I think, was young but resented the way he was treated and brutality of the captain. He resolved to abandon the ship and desert at the first opportunity. It was in some town like Pugwash that he saw his chance and he hid himself in the woods and watched the ship depart without him. He knew something about mills with water wheels and noticed one nearby. He went to the people and they took him to work for them because they were old and needed help. After some years he decided to try life in the Annapolis Valley....... " 
John Robert G. Currell
48 Louisa did not marry. Louisa Jane Currell
49 Headstone in Whitman Cemetery says Margarets date of birth was Aug 4, 1839. Margaret Kent Currell
50 Gravestone in Fairview Cemetery says Kittie was born in 1893 Katherine "Kitty" Daniels

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