Descendants of Angus MacPhee and Mary MacInnis of Big Pond


Generation No. 1

1. Angus2 MacPhee (John Archibald1) was born 1773 in Scotland, and died 14 May 1853 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Mary MacInnis.

HASZARD'S GAZETTE, CHARLOTTETOWN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1853
DEATH:
On the 14th inst., at Big Pond, East Point, Mr. Angus McPhee, in the 80th year of his age. He was esteemed and beloved by all who knew him for his general probity of character, and his humane and generous disposition.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1859
DEATH:
At Lot 45, St. Margaret's Parish, on Thursday, the 20th ult., Mrs. Mary McPhee, widow of the late Mr. Angus McPhee, and mother of the Rev. Pius McPhee, Missionary Priest at St. Andrew's and St. Peter's. The deceased was respected and beloved by all who knew her for her many sterling and unobtrusive virtues, her consistent piety and Christian deportment in all the relations of wife, mother, and neighbour, and for the invariably kind and generous disposition with which she was always ready to dispense the hospitalities of her comfortable homestead. Requiescat in pace.

Children of Angus MacPhee and Mary MacInnis are:

+2i.Neil3 MacPhee , Sr., born 1797 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 1846 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+3ii.Sarah MacPhee, born 1800 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+4iii.Peter Angus MacPhee, born 1805 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 10 January 1868 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
5iv.Mary MacPhee, born 1806 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 17 April 1889 in North Lake, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1889
DEATH:
- At North Lake, after a short illness on Wednesday, the 17th ult., Mary McPhee, in the 81st year of her age. Deceased was the only surviving sister of Rev. Pius McPhee with whom she lived while he remained in the different parishes over which he had ecclesiastical jurisdiction. She thus formed numerous acquaintances, who were always ready to speak in the highest terms of her amiable qualities and charitable disposition. She gracefully bore with a true Christian patience the infirmities of old age, and cheerfully accepted the Divine call. Requiescat in Pace.
+6v.Neil MacPhee, Jr., born 1810 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 16 December 1890 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+7vi.John MacPhee, born 07 May 1813 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 04 August 1900 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+8vii.Joseph MacPhee, born 1816 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 19 December 1887 in Fairfield, PE.
9viii.Rev. Pius MacPhee, born 01 May 1820 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 01 July 1889 in Parochial House, Tracadie, PE in the 45th year of his priesthood.
Father Pius MacPhee's obituary
+10ix.Ann MacPhee, born 1823 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 19 October 1878 in North Lake, PE.

Generation No. 2

2. Neil3 MacPhee , Sr. (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1797 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 1846 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Elizabeth (Rebecca) MacKinnon.

THE ISLANDER OR PRINCE EDWARD WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1846
DISTRESSING ACCIDENT
Mr. Neil M’Phee, of Big Pond, Lot 45 while chopping firewood in the woods on the 3d instant, was killed by the falling of a tree. He was dreadfully mangled, and lived but two hours after the accident. The deceased has left a wife and six children to lament their loss.

PEIGS CEMETERY TRANSCRIPT, ST. MARGARET'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY, LOT 44
Section "A",
At the back, opposite the gate - parts of sandstone markers remain:
1. Body of Neil MacPHEE who departed this life Feb. 5, A.D. 1846, Ae 45.
Section "B",
57. McPHEE: Neil Angus McPHEE died 5 Feb 1846, Ae 48.

Earle Douglas MacPhee in his book
"The Mythology, Traditions, and History of MacDhubhsith-MacDuffie Clan (McAfie, McDuffie, MacFie, MacPhee, Duffy, etc.) - Some Pioneers of our Clan in Prince Edward Island, Canada 1767 - 1881, Volume VIII"
Earle Douglas MacPhee, Barbara Redd MacPhee
EDITION: [1978 ed.]
AMICUS No. 25279995
has Neill(3) son of John(2), son of John Archibald(1). He lists the children of Neill(3) (1798-1846) as Patrick, John, Angus and 4 daughters.
This book has some excellent excerpts from parish registers. Unfortunately, the separation of John Archibald's ancestors into families in this book is inaccurate.

Children of Neil MacPhee and Elizabeth MacKinnon are:

+11i.Mary4 MacPhee, born 1835 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 10 May 1903 in Lakeville, PE.
12ii.Margaret MacPhee, born 22 July 1836 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
13iii.Patrick MacPhee, born 08 July 1837 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. Servant in the household of Herman McDonald, #11, 1911 census of Lot 45 North.
14iv.John MacPhee, born 12 August 1838 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+15v.Elizabeth MacPhee, born 22 January 1840 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 14 June 1913 in North Lake, PE.

3. Sarah3 MacPhee (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1800 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married Donald MacKinnon.

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1886
DEATH:
- At McAskill River, on the 6th inst., Donald R. McKinnon, in the 99th year of his age.
NOTE: The age on the microfilm is blurred. It could be 90th year. The age given by the 1881 census of Lot 42 is 87.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1886
DEATH:
- At McAskill's River, Lot 42, on the 6th inst., after a lingering illness, which he bore with Christian patience to the Divine Will, Donald McKinnon, aged 95 years. He was followed to his last resting place to St. Peter's Bay Catholic Cemetery by a large concourse of friends and acquaintances, amongst whom were his first cousin, His Lordship Bishop McIntyre, and his brother-in-law, the Rev. Pius McPhee. May he rest in peace.

Children of Sarah MacPhee and Donald MacKinnon are:

+16i.John4 MacKinnon.
17ii.Mary MacKinnon, born 1827.
+18iii.Gaspard MacKinnon.

4. Peter Angus3 MacPhee (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1805 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 10 January 1868 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Mary Fisher.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1899
DEATH:
- At Inlet, Lot 47, on the 22nd ult., after a protracted illness, borne with Christian resignation, Mary Fisher, relict of the late Peter McPhee, Big Pond, Lot 45, in the 87th year of her age. Deceased was much and dearly respected for her many virtues. R.I.P.

Children of Peter MacPhee and Mary Fisher are:

+19i.Pius4 MacPhee, born 15 January 1839 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+20ii.Mary Ann MacPhee, born 17 August 1840 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 03 June 1885 in Campbell's Cove, PE.
+21iii.Charles Daniel (a.k.a. Daniel Charles) MacPhee, born 1845 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 11 February 1916 in Denver, Colorado.
Notes on Charles Daniel MacPhee
+22iv.Neil MacPhee, born 10 October 1846 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
23v.Philomena MacPhee, born 1851 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 19 July 1869 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1869
DEATH:
- At Big Pond, Lot 45, on Monday, the 19th instant, Philomena McPhee, aged 18 years, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends. May she rest in peace.
+24vi.Matilda MacPhee, born 1853 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 21 June 1901 in Souris Line Road, PE.
25vii.Annabella MacPhee, born 05 October 1854 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
26viii.Angus MacPhee, born 07 November 1856 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.

6. Neil3 MacPhee , Jr. (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1810 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 16 December 1890 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married (1) Catherine MacDonald, probably on 8 November 1843 at St. Andrew's Catholic Church, daughter of Allan MacDonald and Catherine MacGillivray. He married (2) Mary MacDonald 03 September 1862 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, daughter of Angus MacDonald and Catherine MacNeill.

THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1861
DEATH:
At Big Pond, Lot 45, on Wednesday the 13th inst., in the 42d year of her age, Catherine, the beloved wife of Mr. Neil McPhee, and youngest daughter of the late Mr. Allan McDonald of Garahelie.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1891
DEATH:
- At Big Pond, Lot 45, on the 16th ult., Neil Angus McPhee in the 80th year of his age. Deceased was well and favorably known and respected by all. May his soul rest in peace.

Children of Neil MacPhee and Catherine MacDonald are:

 27i.Ann Dorothea4 MacPhee, born 22 January 1846 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+28ii.James N. MacPhee, born 23 January 1848 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 05 December 1936 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
29iii.Daniel MacPhee, born November 1850 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
30iv.Louisa MacPhee, born 1854 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
31v.Annabella MacPhee, born 20 March 1855 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married James MacIntyre 19 November 1878 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
+32vi.Catherine Ellen MacPhee, born 15 July 1857 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
33vii.Elizabeth Josephine MacPhee, born 23 February 1860 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.

Children of Neil MacPhee and Mary MacDonald are:

+34i.Catherine Mary4 MacPhee, born 22 August 1863 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
35ii.Veronica MacPhee, born 16 May 1865 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
36iii.Rose Ann MacPhee, born 04 April 1867 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
37iv.Philomena MacPhee, born 20 September 1869 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
38v.Neil J. MacPhee, born 10 September 1871 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
39vi.Ćneas Peter MacPhee, born 17 October 1872 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
40vii.Helena MacPhee, born 23 September 1875 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
41viii.Mary Ann MacPhee, born 31 March 1878 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.

7. John3 MacPhee (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 07 May 1813 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 04 August 1900 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Catherine MacDonald.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1900
DEATH:
CITY AND PROVINCIAL
OBITUARY.
- An old and respected Scotchman of Big Pond, Lot 45, John McPhee, passed away on Saturday last, and was buried on Monday morning. A very large funeral cortege followed his remains to St. Margaret’s Church where a Reqiuem Mass was said by the Pastor for his departed soul, after which his body was interred in the cemetery near by. Mr. McPhee was born May 7th, 1813, where he lived all his life. He was a brother of the Rev. Father Pius McPhee, so well and favorably known all over the Island. For thirty years previous to his death Mr. McPhee was afflicted with total blindness, but being religiously resigned to his affliction and being blessed with a good wife and a kind and worthy son, he was never made to know the want of anything that the world could supply, was always interested in things about him, and maintained a cheerful disposition to the last. His life was an edifying one and afforded an example for others, and the fatherly and wifely care given him for so many years is a further example of domestic love, patience and tenderness and should be an object lesson to Christian families placed under the circumstances. – COM.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1923
IN MEMORIAM:
Died at Big Pond, Lot 45, on Monday at 11 a.m. Mrs. Catherine McDonald, relict of the late John A. McPhee in the 100th year of her age. Mrs. McPhee was probably the oldest woman in King's County. She had all her long life of a century enjoyed the best of health. Her last sickness was the only time in her long life that she was bed-fast more than a week or two. She was born at Rockbarra, Lot 46, in June 1823, and consequently lacked five months in completing the century mark. It was generally considered that she was several years older than this, but a reference to the records kept in St. Columba Church, where she was baptized show that she had scarcely completed the century mark. She was a remarkably healthy woman, up betimes every day and the last few years occupied herself with useful household work. She leaves to mourn one son Vincent McPhee in the old homestead where she passed eighty years of her long life, also Mrs. Roderick McPhee, Greendale, Mrs. Angus D. McDonald, East Lake, Mrs. Archibald McPhee, North Lake and numerous grandchildren and several great grandchildren. She was consoled in her last illness by the visits of her pastor, Rev. Father McPherson, who also officiated at the funeral Mass and at the grave on Wednesday last. May her soul rest in peace.

Children of John MacPhee and Catherine MacDonald are:

+42i.Mary Ann4 MacPhee, born 1849 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 17 March 1931 in East Lake, PE.
43ii.Annabella MacPhee, born 01 August 1855 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+44iii.Vincent MacPhee, born 08 April 1857 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 09 November 1941 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
45iv.Margaret Helen MacPhee, born 08 December 1859 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+46v.Catherine MacPhee, born 1862 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
+47vi.Teresa Emily MacPhee, born 16 November 1864 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 07 January 1954.
48vii.Ćneas Peter MacPhee, born 15 August 1868 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 06 June 1884 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.

8. Joseph3 MacPhee (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1816 in Big Pond, PE, and died 19 December 1887 in Fairfield, PE. He married Mary Campbell.

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1887
DEATH:
- At Fairfield, Lot 47, on Dec. 19, of Pneumonia, Joseph McPhee, in the 72nd year of his age. Deceased bore an irreproachable character, and was universally respected for his quiet and inoffensive disposition as a Christian and a neighbor. He was the youngest brother of Rev. Pius McPhee. He leaves a wife, four sons and one daughter, besides a large circle of friends and relations to mourn their sudden affliction. May his soul rest in peace.

Children of Joseph MacPhee and Mary Campbell are:

49i.Roderick Alphonsus4 MacPhee, born 28 April 1846.
50ii.Mary Ann MacPhee, born 07 November 1849.
51iii.Joseph Edward MacPhee, born 30 December 1851.
52iv.Ćneas MacPhee, born 06 April 1854.
53v.Columbus MacPhee, born 08 July 1856.
54vi.Annabella MacPhee, born 23 February 1860.
55vii.Pius James MacPhee, born 13 April 1861.

10. Ann3 MacPhee (Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1823 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 19 October 1878 in North Lake, PE. She married Dougald Campbell, J. P., 19 January 1847 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, son of Malcolm Campbell and Isabella MacDougall.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1889
DEATH:
- At North Lake, Lot 47, on the 2nd inst., Dougald Campbell, in the 72nd year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889
DEATH:
Obituary
On the 3rd inst, at North Lake, passed peacefully away, after a brief illness of pneumonia, at the age of 72 years, Dougald Campbell, one of the early settlers of that neighborhood. The deceased was a man of more than ordinary intelligence. He was appointed elder of St. Columba Church during the pastorate of the late “Father John,” which office he continued to fill with satisfaction to the parish until death called him away. He also filled various public offices, having been Commissioner of the Small Debt Court for many years, and a leading Justice of the Peace for the greater part of his life. In whatever capacity he acted, whether as a public man or a private citizen, he commanded the confidence and esteem of all with whom he came in contact. Of a genial and hospitable disposition, he was a general favorite in the neighborhood; and many, both old and young, will cherish his memory in kindly remembrance in the years to come. His funeral was attended by Protestants and Catholics alike, all feeling that in his death the community had lost an upright and obliging neighbor whose place cannot easily be filled. In the absence of the pastor, who was unavoidably absent owing to the death of his father, the funeral services were conducted by Rev. Gregory McDonald, of St. Margaret’s. To the bereaved family THE EXAMINER tenders its sympathy. “They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.”

Children of Ann MacPhee and Dougald Campbell are:

56i.Margaret Ann4 Campbell, born 01 November 1849 in North Lake, PE; died 06 September 1910 in North Lake, PE.
THE DAILY EXAMINER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1910
DEATH:
OBITUARY
Died, at North Lake, on Sept. 6th, after much suffering caused by kidney trouble, Margaret A. Campbell, daughter of the late Dougald Campbell, Esq. at the age of 62 years. Deceased leaves two brothers, Colin J. with whom she lived during her lifetime on the old homestead, and Ćneas B., also at North Lake, and two sisters Mrs. J. J. Campbell, Elmira, and Mrs. D. J. Gillis, St. Peter's Bay to mourn. Her remains were interred in St. Columba's Cemetery on the 7th inst. The funeral services were performed by Rev. J. A. McDonald of Souris in the absence of the parish priest, Rev. James Ć. McDonald. May her soul rest in peace.
57ii.Dorothy Campbell, born 1850 in North Lake, PE; died 21 July 1870 in North Lake, PE.
THE ISLANDER, OR PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1870
DEATH:
- At North Lake, Lot 47, on the 21st inst., after a lingering illness, which she bore with much patience and submission, Dorothy, the beloved daughter of Dougald Campbell, Esq., in the 20th year of her age. She was highly respected and much lamented by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance.

THE ISLANDER, OR PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER AND ADVERTISER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1870
DEATH:
- At North Lake, Lot 47, on the 21st ult., Dorothy, second daughter of Dugald Campbell, Esq., in the 19th year of her age.
58iii.Jonathan Campbell, born 15 May 1851 in North Lake, PE; died 15 June 1876 in in North Lake, PE.
+59iv.Ćneas Bernard Campbell, born 15 August 1852 in North Lake, PE; died 09 June 1914 in North Lake, PE.
60v.Columba Campbell, born 26 July 1854 in North Lake, PE.
61vi.Columba Ćneas Campbell, born 08 October 1855 in North Lake, PE; died Abt. 01 December 1879 in Denver, Colorado.
+62vii.Colin James Campbell, born 28 April 1857 in North Lake, PE; died 20 December 1918 in North Lake, PE.
63viii.Pius John Campbell, born 11 July 1858 in North Lake, PE; died 31 August 1882 in Charlottetown Hospital, PE.
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1882
DEATH:
- At the Charlottetown Hospital, on the 1st instant, after an illness of twelve months, of consumption, Pius J. Campbell, in the 22nd year of his age. [Remains will be forwarded to the family burial ground at North Lake.]

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1882
DEATH:
- At the Charlottetown Hospital, on Thursday Aug 31st, Pius J. Campbell, youngest son of Dougald Campbell Esq., North Lake, Lot 47. The deceased was in his 24th year. His illness which extended over a period of sixteen months, was brought on by a severe cold setting on his lungs. Though he received every care and treatment that friends and medical skill could bestow, he gradually sank, that most insiduous of all diseases - consumption - having laid its withering hand upon him. He was removed from his home to the hospital in July in the hope that, by the careful nursing of the Good Sisters in charge and by extra medical skill, he would master his disease. But neither his own earnest hopes of recovery, nor the assiduous care and attention of his devoted nurses, nor the services of the most skillful physicians could arrest the progress of the enemy that had attacked him. Fortified by the last rites of the Church, surrounded by the holy and peaceful atmosphere of the Hospital and strengthened by the prayers of his faithful nurses, he calmly and cheerfully gave up his soul to the Great Maker from whom he received it. His remains were conveyed by rail to Souris and thence to North Lake followed by a long line of carriages. The funeral, which took place on Saturday morning, was largely attended by people of all denominations who thus testified their esteem and respect for a young man who, in life, possessed a generous heart, a manly independent spirit and a cheerful disposition, and who, in death, let us hope, has received the reward for a well spent life. - COM.
+64ix.Mary Annabella Campbell, born 01 May 1860 in North Lake, PE; died 13 March 1930 in Elmira, PE.
+65x.Catherine Ann Campbell, born 16 December 1861 in North Lake, PE; died 17 August 1932 in St. Peter's Bay, PE.
66xi.Frances Campbell, born 01 March 1864 in North Lake, PE; died 08 May 1865 in North Lake, PE.
THE EXAMINER, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1865
DEATH:
- On the 8th instant, Frances, youngest daughter of Dougald Campbell, Esqr., Lot 47, aged 14 months.
67xii.Frances Anastasia Campbell, born 05 November 1866 in North Lake, PE; died May 1875 in North Lake, PE.

Generation No. 3

11. Mary4 MacPhee (Neil3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1835 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 10 May 1903 in Lakeville, PE. She married Patrick MacInnis 02 February 1864 in St. Andrew's Church, St. Andrew's, PE, son of John MacInnis and Mary MacInnis. Mary MacPhee's birthdate is given in the 1901 census as 29 November 1834.

Mary's obituary
Mary's obituary

Children of Mary MacPhee and Patrick MacInnis are:

68i.James Ć. "Jimmie Paddy"5 MacInnis, born 24 September 1866 in Lakeville, PE; died 18 December 1954 in Lakeville, PE. He married (1) Edith F. Kickham 14 June 1892 in St. Alexis Church, Rollo Bay, PE. He married (2) Dorothy M. Campbell Aft. 1901.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1894
DEATH:
- At Souris West, on August 23rd, Edith F., beloved wife of James McInnis, and youngest daughter of the late Edward Kickham, Esq., aged 26 years. Deceased was a lady who was loved and respected by all those who had the pleasure of her acquaintance, as was clearly shown by the large number of people that followed her remains to her last resting place. May she rest in peace.
69ii.John Joseph MacInnis, born 1868 in Lakeville, PE. He married Adeline MacLellan 02 February 1904 in Lot 14, PE.
THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1904
CITY AND PROVINCIAL
The marriage of Miss Adeline Mclellan, daughter of Mr. Joseph McLellan, Lot 14, and sister of Sextus McLellan of this city, to Mr. John J. McInnis of Lakeville took place this morning at the residence of the bride's parents. Rev. J. A. McDonald of Miscouche officiated. The bride was attended by Miss Annie Brown of Grand River, and the groom by Peter A. McDonald, Vernon River. THE PATRIOT extends congratulations.
70iii.Elizabeth Clara MacInnis, born 13 March 1873 in Lakeville, PE. She married M. Joseph L. Kennedy.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1932
BAYFIELD AND VICINITY:
Mrs. Kennedy and Miss Kennedy, Boston, Mass., motored to Prince Edward Island on a visit to relatives, first visiting her brother Mr. McInnis at Richmond, and her sister, Mrs. P. J. Campbell, Campbell's Cove, who is now quite seriously indisposed.
71iv.Mary Ann MacInnis, born 01 November 1874 in Lakeville, PE; died 25 August 1932 in Campbell's Cove, PE. She married Pius James Campbell.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1932
IN MEMORIAM:
A gloom was cast over the parish of St. Columba on Thursday, August 25th, when it became known that Mary Ann, beloved wife of Pius J. Campbell, had passed to her eternal reward.
. . . . . . .
She was a daughter of the late Patrick McInnis, blacksmith, and Mary McPhee of Lakeville, and leaves to mourn besides her sorrowing husband one daughter Philomena, R. N., of Quincy, Mass., and five sons Charles, Pius and Bernard at home, Joseph and Leo, of Portland, Oregon, also two brothers James A., of Lakeville and John J., of Grand River, two sisters Mrs. Joseph Kennedy, of Quincy, Mass., and Nellie, of Portland, Oregon who have the sympathy of the whole community in their sad bereavement.
Her funeral to St. Columba on Saturday, August 27th, was one of the largest ever seen in the parish, people coming from far and near to pay a last tribute of respect to one whom they all loved and admired.
The pall bearers were: Daniel J. Campbell, Ernest McPhee, Freeman Garrett, A. F. Campbell, Columba McDonald and Stephen J. McAulay.
72v.Ellen Gertrude MacInnis, born 29 March 1876 in Lakeville, PE.
73vi.Child MacInnis, born 1881-1882 in Lakeville, PE; died 12 February 1882 in Lakeville, PE.

15. Elizabeth4 MacPhee (Neil3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 22 January 1840 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 14 June 1913 in North Lake, PE. She married John P. "Johnnie Peggy" Campbell 03 February 1863 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, son of Malcolm Campbell and Margaret MacIntyre (MacGillivray?).

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1913
THE EASTERN GUARDIAN:
The death occurred at North Lake on Saturday, June 14th, of Mrs. John Campbell, aged 74 years. The funeral took place at St. Columba Catholic Church on Monday, after the arrival of her daughter from Boston. The deceased leaves to mourn a husband, four daughters and one son.

Children of Elizabeth MacPhee and John Campbell are:

74i.Margaret5 Campbell, born 1863 in North Lake, PE; died 10 April 1939 in Lawrence, Mass. She married Raymond Kenyon.
75ii.Mary Elizabeth Campbell, born 09 May 1863 in North Lake, PE.
76iii.Mary Catherine Campbell, born 12 June 1864 in North Lake, PE; died 26 July 1947 in Elmira, PE. She married William Henry Harris 04 March 1889 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
77iv.Clothilde "Tillie" Campbell, born 05 June 1867 in North Lake, PE; died 02 May 1959 in Priest Pond, PE. She married Donald F. Keays Aft. 31 March 1901 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
78v.Dorothy M. Campbell, born 15 December 1870 in North Lake, PE; died 03 October 1922 in Lakeville, PE. She married James Ć. "Jimmie Paddy" MacInnis Aft. 1901.
79vi.Ćneas George Campbell, born 27 April 1874 in North Lake, PE; died 10 September 1923 in North Lake, PE. He married Alice G. //.
80vii.Frances Campbell, born 12 June 1876 in North Lake, PE.
81viii.Annie Thecla Campbell, born 28 February 1879 in North Lake, PE; died 19 February 1959 in Elmira, PE. She married Wallace Murphy 16 February 1909 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
Annie Thecla's marriage
82ix.Lucina May Campbell, born 07 April 1884 in North Lake, PE.

16. John4 MacKinnon (Sarah3 MacPhee, Angus2, John Archibald1). He married Mary Steele 02 October 1867 in St. Peter's, St. Peter's Bay, PE, daughter of John Steele and Matilda MacDonald. Dispensation: third and third degree of consanguinity; also third and fourth degree of consanguinity


Children of John MacKinnon and Mary Steele are:

83i.Mary Hannah5 MacKinnon, born 02 May 1876.
84ii.Mary Catherine MacKinnon, born 12 October 1881.

18. Gaspard4 MacKinnon (Sarah3 MacPhee, Angus2, John Archibald1). He married Sarah MacDonald 10 August 1886 in St. Peter's Church, St. Peter's Bay, PE, daughter of Allan MacDonald and Mary MacKinnon.

THE DAILY EXAMINER, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26, 1908
DEATH:
- A Cable Head East, March the 22nd, Sarah McDonald, wife of Gaspard McKinnon, in the sixty-fourth year of her age. She leaves to mourn a sorrowing husband and two daughters. R.I.P.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1908
DEATH:
- At Cable Head East, on March 22nd, Sarah A. McDonald, beloved wife of Gaspard D. McKinnon, aged 64 years. Deceased was of a friendly and generous disposition and endeared herself to her friends and acquaintances by her charitable and kindly ways. She bore her illness with patience and resignation to the Divine Will and devoutely received the last Sacraments. The interment took place in St. Peter's Cemetery on March 24th. She leaves to mourn a disconsolate husband and two daughters, both married in the United States. May her soul rest in peace.

Child of Gaspard MacKinnon and Sarah MacDonald is:

85i.Mary Ann5 MacKinnon.

19. Pius4 MacPhee (Peter Angus3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 15 January 1839 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Theresa Lamont in Nova Scotia.


Children of Pius MacPhee and Theresa Lamont are:

86i.Walter5 MacPhee.
87ii.Eva MacPhee.
88iii.Fasterena MacPhee.
89xiv.Teresa MacPhee.
90v.Paul MacPhee.
92vi.Joseph MacPhee.
92vii.Loretta MacPhee. She married Mr. McCaddon.
93viii.Charles MacPhee.
94ix.Archibald MacPhee.

20. Mary Ann4 MacPhee (Peter Angus3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 17 August 1840 in Big Pond, PE, and died 03 June 1885 in Campbell's Cove, PE. She married Nicodemus "Camadie" Campbell 12 February 1861 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, son of Donald Campbell and Flora Beaton.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1885
DEATH:
CAMPBELL
- At Inlet, Lot 47, on the 3rd of June, in the 44th year of her age, Mary Ann, relict of the late Nicodemus Campbell. Deceased bore her illness with Christian resignation and was much and deservedly esteemed for her many virtues. May she rest in peace.

Children of Mary MacPhee and Nicodemus Campbell are:

95i.Flora Ann5 Campbell, born 03 November 1862 in Campbell's Cove, PE. She married John Keays 24 September 1895 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE. Dispensation: third degree of consanguinity, double.
96ii.Daniel (Donald) Joseph Campbell, born 09 September 1864 in Campbell's Cove, PE; died 1947 in Campbell's Cove, PE. He married Mary Catherine MacDonald.
THE EVENING PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1929
IN MEMORIAM:
There passed away calmly and peacably to her eternal reward, at Campbell's Cove on the evening of the fifth, Mary Catherine, wife of D. J. Campbell . . . .
Mrs Campbell was born sixty-three years ago, at East Lake, the daughter of Capt. James A. MacDonald and his wife, Johanna Beaton. She leaves to mourn their loss, a disconsolate husband, three daughters, Mrs. Thomas T. Mayo, Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. Dr. Mullally, Milton, Mass.; and Sr. Mary Bride, Aurora, Ill.; two sons Peter of New York and James at home. One son, Willie, predeceased her ten years ago. She also leaves one brother, Allan, residing in Souris, and one brother, John J. at East Lake. The funeral was held on the morning of May 7th.
97iii.Pius James Campbell, born 01 June 1866 in Campbell's Cove, PE; died 14 March 1956 in Campbell's Cove, PE. He married Mary Ann MacInnis.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1932
IN MEMORIAM:
A gloom was cast over the parish of St. Columba on Thursday, August 25th, when it became known that Mary Ann, beloved wife of Pius J. Campbell, had passed to her eternal reward.
. . . . . . .
She was a daughter of the late Patrick McInnis, blacksmith, and Mary McPhee of Lakeville, and leaves to mourn besides her sorrowing husband one daughter Philomena, R. N., of Quincy, Mass., and five sons Charles, Pius and Bernard at home, Joseph and Leo, of Portland, Oregon, also two brothers James A., of Lakeville and John J., of Grand River, two sisters Mrs. Joseph Kennedy, of Quincy, Mass., and Nellie, of Portland, Oregon who have the sympathy of the whole community in their sad bereavement.
Her funeral to St. Columba on Saturday, August 27th, was one of the largest ever seen in the parish, people coming from far and near to pay a last tribute of respect to one whom they all loved and admired.
The pall bearers were: Daniel J. Campbell, Ernest McPhee, Freeman Garrett, A. F. Campbell, Columba McDonald and Stephen J. McAulay.
98iv.Peter Campbell, born 1868 in Campbell's Cove, PE. He was a prospector in B.C. He drowned in Kamloops River, B.C.
99v.Philomena Campbell, born 1870 in Campbell's Cove, PE. She married John Sullivan.
100vi.Charles N. Campbell, born 18 June 1872 in Campbell's Cove, PE. He married Margaret Ledwell. He was a Carpenter in Boston.
101vii.John Alfred Campbell, born 27 December 1873 in Campbell's Cove, PE; died 11 April 1885 in Campbell's Cove, PE.

21. Charles Daniel4 (a.k.a. Daniel Charles) MacPhee (Peter Angus3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1845 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 11 February 1916 in Denver, Colorado. He married Angela Hannah in Denver, Colorado. Most of the information on 19. Pius MacPhee and 21. Charles Daniel MacPhee was taken from a Genealogy Chart constructed in 1987 by Robert Douglas MacPhee, son of John Elmer MacPhee and Sarah Eddy MacPhee. This chart is available at the PEI Archives.


Children of Charles MacPhee and Angela Hannah are:

102i.William5 MacPhee.
103ii.Mary MacPhee. She married Mr. Wright.
104iii.Stella MacPhee.
105iv.Charles Daniel MacPhee.
106v.Marguerite MacPhee.
107vi.Mother Josephine MacPhee.
108vii.Regina MacPhee. She married Mr. Rogers.
109viii.Raymond MacPhee.
110ix.John Elmer MacPhee, born 1892; died 1978. He married Sarah Eddy.

22. Neil4 MacPhee (Peter Angus3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 10 October 1846 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Agnes MacLean 20 November 1877 in St, Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, daughter of Hugh MacLean and Margaret MacDonald. Dispensation: fourth degree of consanguinity, double.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1929
PERSONALS:
Mr. Neil McPhee an invalid at Big Pond, had a spin in his new Ford Sedan Friday, when he, with his son Michael, and chauffeur visited his cousin and old neighbor, Miss Mary McPhee, Souris.

Children of Neil MacPhee and Agnes MacLean are:

111i.Catherine5 MacPhee, born 09 October 1878. She married Stephen MacDonald 27 July 1914 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE.
112ii.Margaret Mary MacPhee, born 26 July 1880.
113iii.Ann MacPhee, born 24 November 1882 in Big Pond, PE; died 29 August 1886 in Big Pond, PE.
114iv.Philomena MacPhee, born 12 November 1884 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 1964 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
115v.Michael C. MacPhee, born 27 November 1886; died 1967 in St. Margaret's, PE. He married Celia Hennessey 07 January 1920 in St. Mary's Church, Souris, PE.
116vi.Peter Celestine MacPhee, born 18 April 1890.
117vii.Marguerite MacPhee, born 24 October 1893 in Big Pond, PE; died September 1963.

24. Matilda4 MacPhee (Peter Angus3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1853 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 21 June 1901 in Souris Line Road, PE. She married Hugh MacAulay 15 July 1873 in St. Margaret's, PE, son of Stephen MacAulay and Teresa MacAulay.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1901
DEATH:
- At Souris Line Road on Friday, June 21st., after a painful illness, Matilda McPhee, beloved wife of Hugh McAulay, Esq., aged 48 years. R.I.P.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1922
IN MEMORIAM
Hugh McAulay
, carriage builder, passed away on Wednesday after several weeks illness. He was in the 76th year of his age and carried on carriage building for almost 50 years. Married in 1873 to Matilda McPhee of Big Pond who predeceased him some dozen years ago. His family consists of Frank on the homestead; Stephen, building contractor, and settled nearby; Charley building contractor of Denver, Colorado and San Francisco, Cal., Lottie (Mrs. McIsaac) of Boston; Lizzie, trained nurse, Charlottetown; Mary, Mrs. John Campbell, Poplar Point, Kings County and another in the States. Several other children died in their teens.
At the age of 18 years he was left an orphan by the death of his father.

Children of Matilda MacPhee and Hugh MacAulay are:

118i.Joseph5 MacAulay, born 1892 in Souris Line Road, PE; died 1908 in Souris Line Road, PE.
119ii.Stephen J. MacAulay, born 1874 in Souris Line Road, PE; died 1943. He married Sarah Ellen Campbell.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1927
SOURIS NOTES:
On Saturday, April 2nd, the stork visited the home of Mr. Stephen McAulay, Souris Line Road, leaving behind him a pair of twin boys. Congratulations

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1937
DEATH:
- At Souris, April 17, 1937, Mrs. Stephen J. MacAulay, aged 54 years.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1937
IN MEMORIAM
MRS. STEPHEN J. MCAULAY
Mrs. Stephen J. McAulay who passed to her eternal reward on Sunday morning was laid to rest Tuesday morning at 9 o’clock to the cemetery adjoining St. Mary’s Church, Souris.
A large number of wagons and friends of the deceased followed the remains to the Church to pay their last tribute to a dear friend and neighbor.
She leaves to mourn besides a sorrowing husband and seven children namely, Mary (Mrs. Herbert McQuaid), Helen, Hugh, Isabel, Elizabeth, Winnifred and Joe and two sisters, Mrs. Jerome McLean, and Mrs. McIntyre, and two brothers, Joseph and John Campbell, both of Poplar Point. - R.I.P.
120iii.Mary MacAulay, born 1877 in Souris Line Road, PE. She married John Campbell.
121iv.Charles MacAulay, born 1879 in Souris Line Road, PE.
122vi.Donald Francis 'Frank' MacAulay, born 21 October 1881 in Souris Line Road, PE. He married Marguerite Cecilia MacPhee 30 June 1914 in St. Margaret's, PE.
123vii.John 'Leopold' MacAulay, born 1884 in Souris Line Road, PE.
124viii.Mary Ellen "Ella" MacAulay, born 1886 in Souris Line Road, PE.
125ix.Loretta "Lottie" MacAulay, born 1888 in Souris Line Road, PE; died 1985. She married Mr. MacIsaac.
126x.Elizabeth MacAulay, born 1889 in Souris Line Road, PE.
127v.Peter A. MacAulay, born 1895 in Souris Line Road, PE; died 1911 in Souris Line Road, PE.

28. James N.4 MacPhee (Neil3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 23 January 1848 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 05 December 1936 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Mary Catherine MacDonald, daughter of Allan MacDonald and Mary MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1936
DEATH:
- The death of James N. MacPhee, Big Pond, occurred on Saturday evening, Dec. 5, after a brief illness. The deceased had reached the age of eighty-nine years. His wife predeceased him eight years ago. He leaves to mourn, at home, Chester, and Mrs. McDonald, of Monticello, four daughters and two sons in the United States. His funeral on Monday was well attended, despite a downpour of rain, to St. Margaret’s Church and cemetery, where Requiem Mass was celebrated by Rev. A. A. Sinnott, Rollo Bay. R.I.P.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1937
IN MEMORIAM
When news of the death of James MacPhee, Big Pond, Dec. 4th, spread throughout the surrounding country many were the expressions of genuine sorrow, for in his passing had gone one of the oldest and most highly respected gentlemen.
Mr. MacPhee had reached the advanced age of ninety. Until a year previous to his death he had enjoyed good health in a measure bestowed upon few people. About that time, however, weaknesses incident to old age began to manifest themselves. First, partial loss of sight, an affliction terrible enough to daunt even the bravest forced him to curtail many of his activities. This was followed by other disorders of such a nature as to sap gradually the strength of the age-old body, and so leave an easy prey to the final attack of the illness.
During his long period of semi-blindness and sickness Mr. MacPhee showed a splendid Christian attitude in the resigned spirit with which he accepted his sufferings. Sensing the approach of the end, and, while enduring recurring attacks of pain unmurmuringly, he quietly prepared to meet his Maker. A devout Roman Catholic he was sustained by frequent visits of his devoted pastor, Father MacPherson. The latter it was who administered to him the last rites of his Church. Thus fortified he met his death in a becoming manner.
James MacPhee was born and raised at Big Pond. In early life he learned carpentry becoming proficient in this craft. A ship-carpenter he plied his trade at Souris, P.E.I., and Noank, Conn., U.S.A., for many years. A lover of the sea he also engaged in the fishing industry sailing in vessels from various Island ports. His later life he spent wholly on his farm at Big Pond.
Mr. MacPhee was much liked and esteemed by all who knew him. A sociable man he was very glad to welcome his friends at his home where he showed fine hospitality. A good conversationalist he could entertain his visitors with many interesting and amusing stories of bygone days. In his role of neighbor he proved himself a good citizen, one ready and willing to lend a helping hand at all times.
Mr. MacPhee married Miss Mary C. MacDonald, Morell, P.E.I. From this union nine children were born of whom eight survive, one son James Charles, having died in boyhood. Mrs. MacPhee predeceased her husband by eight years. The sons and daughters living are: Allan, Leverston, Me.; George, New York; Chester, Big Pond; (Louise) Mrs. H. E. Saunders, New York; (Marie) Mrs. A. Foley, Boston; (Evelyn) Mrs. Evelyn MacDonald, Boston; (Marion) Mrs. E. LeBlanc, Boston, and Irene, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The funeral was held on Dec. 6th to St. Margaret’s Church, where Mass was sung by Rev. K. C. MacPherson, thence to St. Margaret’s Cemetery.
The pallbearers were Peter MacPhee, Michael MacPhee, Ronald MacDonald, Jos. D. MacIsaac, Neil MacIsaac, and Albert MacEachern. The hearse driver was Leo S. McCormac.

THE EVENING PATRIOT, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1929
IN MEMORIAM
In all the toll garnered by the grim reaper in this portion of the country in the past year, no greater void was made than that occasioned by the demise of Mrs. James N. MacPhee of Big Pond, King's County, who passed away on Monday, May 21, 1928.
The deceased whose maiden name was Mary Catherine McDonald, was the only child of the late Allan and Mary Ann McDonald, and a cousin of the late Rev. Father Laughlin McDonald who founded the St. Vincent's Orphanage. She was born at Morell, P. E. I., on June 24th, 1867, so it will be seen that her death took place at the comparatively early age of 61.
Although in gradually failing health for over three years, Mrs. MacPhee was able to be about until last September, when she became permanently laid aside. Realizing the approach of the final summons, her thoughts were given to preparation for that mysterious transition, not though in any brooding spirit, but in an attitude of trust and confidence which proved a source of continual edification to those of her household, and all others who had the priviledge of her intimate friendship and acquaintance.
With the kindly care of a devoted family, and best medical attention ministering as far as possible to comfort her declining days, and with soul and mind fortified and consoled by frequent reception of the Sacraments at the hands of her parish priest, the end came calmly, until she sank at length into that sleep that knows no waking here below.
In her passing there is removed from the sphere of earth's activities a kind and gentle soul, whose concern was ever for others' welfare; a devoted wife and indulgent motner, a friend to all, ever ready to extend a helping hand to alleviate any overpowering burden or wipe away a disconsolate tear. Truly does she deserve that those whose particular privilege is to cherish her memory and emulate her example shall rise up and call her blessed.
Besides her sorrowing husband she leaves to mourn five daughters and three sons, and also ten grandchildren. The daughters are Evelyn (Mrs. John A. MacDonald, Monticello); Marie (Mrs. A. A. Foley, Roxbury, Mass.); Louise (Mrs. Capt. D. T. McDonald, Mobile, Alabama); Marion of Milton, Mass., and Irene at home. The sona are Allan P., of Lewiston, Me.; George of Philadelphia, Pa., and Chester at home.
Her funeral on Wednesday morning, May 23rd., to St. Margaret's Church, was largely attended. The hearse driven by Mr. Peter A. McPhee, and the pall-bearers were: Messrs Joseph A. Morrison, Leo S. McCormack, Joseph McPhee, Michael C. McPhee, Andrew McInnis, and Donald J. McIsaac. High Mass of Requiem was offered for the repose of her soul by her pastor, Rev. K. C. MacPherson, after which her mortal remains were conveyed to the nearby cemetery and laid beside those of her youngest son James Charles, who predeceased her twelve years ago.
"Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord,
And let perpetual light shine upon her!
May she rest in peace!"
The following are gratefully acknowledged:
Masses offered . . . . . . .
Spiritual offerings . . . . . . .
Letters of Sympathy . . . . . . .
"At Home in the beautiful hills of God,
By the Valley of Rest so fair,
Some day, some time, when our task is done,
We shall meet our dear one there."

Children of James MacPhee and Mary MacDonald are:

128i.Catherine Evelyn5 MacPhee, born 20 December 1886 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 14 September 1974. She married John Alexander MacDonald 18 July 1918 in St. Margaret's, PE. John Alexander was twin brother of Rev. Stephen J. MacDonald.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1932
EASTERN NOTES:
John MacDonald (Bornish) Monticello dropped dead suddenly one day in the middle of the week, as he was making ready to go to Souris. He was usually a strong and healthy man. He was 51 years old. He leaves a young wife and a family of small children. He was a nephew of old Father Dougall who spent most of his life time at Tignish, and was a brother of Father Stephen, well known in the province a few years ago. He was laid to rest in St. Margaret's.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1933
IN MEMORIAM:
On Monday morning, Nov. 7th, 1932, the residents of Monticello were greatly shocked to hear of the sudden passing of an esteemed resident, Mr. John A. (Bornish) McDonald. As he was entering his carriage to drive to Souris, he was stricken with a hemorrhage and in less than half an hour the frail barque of his earthly existence drifted out to seek its peaceful haven "Beside a tideless sea".
. . . . . .
The deceased who was a son of James (Bornish) and Kathryn McDonald was born on Feb. 2, 1881 - a twin brother of the late Rev. Stephen J. McDonald, and a nephew of the late Monsignor Dougald McDonald. . .
In July 1918, he married Evelyn McPhee, daughter of James N. McPhee of Big Pond, of this union five sons were born, three of whom survive. . . .
There are left to mourn his widow, three sons, Stephen, James and Chester and one sister Ida. . . .

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1926
BIRTH:
- At Monticello, on April 16, 1926, to Mr. and Mrs. John A. MacDonald, (nee Evelyn MacPhee) a son. Weight 12 lbs.
129ii.Allan Pius MacPhee, born 24 July 1888 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
130iii.Mary Ann MacPhee, born 20 April 1890 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married A. A. Foley.
131iv.Mary Louisa MacPhee, born 11 March 1892 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married (1) Captain Donald Francis MacDonald. She married (2) H. E. Saunders Aft. 1932.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1932
DEATH:
- Died suddenly at Tacoma, Washington, on Tuesday, July 19th, Captain Donald Francis Macdonald, beloved husband of Louise MacPhee Macdonald and youngest son of the late Captain A. R. Macdonald of Souris East. The remains will be transferred on their arrival by motor to Big Pond, burial at St. Margaret's.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1932
EASTERN NOTES:
The sad news reached the wife, who is residing with her father at Big Pond, that her husband, Capt. Frank McDonald, died on reaching the port of Tacoma, Wash., after being sick only a day or two. The body is expected this week and will be buried at St. Margaret's. Capt. Frank visited his wife at Big Pond a little over a month ago and was in the prime of health. He was a native of Souris, and son of Capt. Angus McDonald and was one of a family of deep-sea captains, four brothers of them.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1932
IN MEMORIAM
The people of Big Pond and the surrounding districts were greatly shocked to hear of the sudden passing on Tuesday evening, July 19th, of Captain Donald F. MacDonald at Tacoma, Washington.
Capt. MacDonald, who was thirty-nine years of age, was the youngest of the family of the late Captain A. R. MacDonald of Souris, and the husband of Louise MacPhee of Big Pond, who at the time of his death was at her father's home at Big Pond. . . .
On July 18th, while directing his ship out of Seattle harbor he was stricken with pain in his chest and collapsed.
. . . . . .
Besides his widow there are left to mourn his loss, the following brothers and sisters; Captain James A., Oakland, Calif.; Captain A. R., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Captain Andrew, St. John, N. B.; Joseph, San Francisco, Mrs. Murphy, Los Angeles, Nell and Florence, San Francisco.
. . . . . .
132v.George MacPhee, born 12 August 1895 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
133vi.Neil Chester MacPhee, born 03 October 1898 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 1974.
134vii.Marion MacPhee born in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married E. LeBlanc.
THE EVENING PATRIOT, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1930
NEWS FROM NORTH EAST KINGS
Miss Marion McPhee, who had been visiting her father, Mr. James N. McPhee, at Big Pond, since July 1st, returned to Medford, Mass., to resume her work in the Medford Academy.
135viii.Irene MacPhee born in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
136ix.James Charles MacPhee, born 1901 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 1915 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.

32. Catherine Ellen4 MacPhee (Neil3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 15 July 1857 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married John H. MacDonald 10 October 1882 in St. Andrew's Church, St. Andrew's, PE, son of Hugh MacDonald and (Mary) MacDonald.


Children of Catherine MacPhee and John MacDonald are:

137i.Mary Catherine5 MacDonald, born 11 November 1883 in Monticello, PE.
138ii.Joseph Leander MacDonald, born 01 November 1884 in Monticello, PE; died 26 March 1929 in Boston, Mass.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1929
IN MEMORIAM
The Guardian regrets the passing at Boston, Mass. on March 26th of Joseph L. MacDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. MacDonald, Monticello, Lot 42, after a short illness.
Mr. MacDonald was a prominent grocery and provision dealer in which business he had been for over 20 years.
. . . . . . .
He was waked at his home, 84 Chandler Street, Boston . . . . . . . . .
Services were held in the main church of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross on Holy Thursday, March 28th . . . . . . . .
Mr. MacDonald leaves a wife, mother, father, three sisters, and three brothers.
139iii.Ann Cecelia MacDonald, born 10 February 1886 in Monticello, PE.
140iv.Mary Cecelia MacDonald, born 02 November 1891 in Monticello, PE.
141v.Ellen Jane MacDonald, born 29 September 1893 in Monticello, PE; died 1961. She married Peter Adolphus MacPhee 18 November 1925 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925
EASTERN GUARDIAN
*Wedding Bells: The banns for Peter A. McPhee, son of Paul McPhee and Matilda McDonald and Ellen McDonald (daughter of John H. McDonald and M. McPhee) were read in St. Margaret's Parish Church Sunday and the marriage took place on the 18th. Mr. McPhee the principal is a life long farmer and certified seed grower of the parish and Miss McDonald was a former resident of the parish but has lived in Boston for the past ten years or more. Miss Ida McDonald, Monticello, acted as bridesmaid and Joseph A. McPhee, Big Pond supported the groom.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1925
EASTERN GUARDIAN
*Hymeneal: A marriage of more than ordinary interest was solemnized at St. Margaret's on Wednesday morning Nov. 18th when Mr. Peter A. McPhee, son of Mrs. Matilda McPhee, a prosperous young farmer of Big Pond, led to the altar one of Monticello's most charming daughters in the person of Miss Helen MacDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. MacDonald. The bridesmaid was Miss Ida MacDonald, cousin of the bride, while the groom was ably supported by Mr. Joseph A. McPhee.
142vi.Ćneas MacDonald, born 05 April 1895 in Monticello, PE. He married Elizabeth MacDonald 14 September 1927 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1927
CENTRAL GUARDIAN
Wedding Bells
A very pretty wedding took place at St. Margaret's R. C. Church on September 14, when Mr. Aeneas McDonald of Monticello led to the altar Miss Elizabeth McDonald of the same place, the Nuptial knot being performed by Rev. A. E. McPherson, P. P. Mother of the groom - Mrs. John H. MacDonald. The groom was supported by his cousin Mr. Chester McPhee and the bride by Miss Margaret McDonald.

34. Catherine Mary4 MacPhee (Neil3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 22 August 1863 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married Joseph MacIsaac 10 November 1891 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE, son of Roderick MacIsaac and Mary MacDonald.


Children of Catherine MacPhee and Joseph MacIsaac are:

143i.Mary Catherine5 MacIsaac, born 26 August 1892 in Rock Barra, PE.
144ii.Flora Matilda MacIsaac, born 10 January 1894 in Rock Barra, PE.
145iii.John Pius MacIsaac, World War I Veteran, born 10 October 1895 in Rock Barra, PE.
146iv.Veronica MacIsaac, born 29 August 1897 in Rock Barra, PE.
147v.Neil Francis MacIsaac, born 04 June 1900 in Rock Barra, PE; died 08 May 1980 in Rock Barra, PE. He married Margaret MacDonald 02 March 1927 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1927
WEDDING BELLS
The bell's of St. Margaret's rang out merrily Wednesday morning for the approaching marriage of Neil Francis McIsaac and Margaret McDonald, both of Rockbarra, the former of St. Columba and the latter of St. Margaret's Parish. On the arrival at the church, the pastor of St. Margaret's, Rev. Father McPherson began the marriage ceremony. The groom was supported by Mr. Joseph D. McIsaac of Rockbarra and the bridesmaid was Miss Jessie McInnis, teacher of the Rockbarra School of Charnwood. Only a few near friends were present in the church. The twain being made one, and the beautiful marriage ceremony ended, the wedding party drove to the house of the groom's father, Mr. Joseph McIsaac, some seven or eight miles. . . . . . drove to John L. McDonald's, father of the bride . . . . . . .

42. Mary Ann4 MacPhee (John3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1849 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 17 March 1931 in East Lake, PE. She married Angus D. MacDonald.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1931
IN MEMORIAM
The death occurred at East Point on March 17, 1931, of Mrs. Mary A. Macdonald, widow of the late Angus D. Macdonald, at the age of 81 years. Born at Big Pond where she spent the early years of her life, she was the daughter of John McPhee and Katherine Macdonald, Rockbarra, and niece of the late Rev. Father Pius McPhee a former pastor of St. Columba parish in which she was a member for the greater part of her life. . . . .
The services at St. Columba Church were conducted by the Pastor, Rev. Father R. J. Macdonald and interment was made in the adjoining cemetery there to await the glorious resurrection.
The pall bearers were John J. Macdonald, John F. Macdonald, Angus Beaton, Renfrew Cameron, Percy Beaton, Stanley Cameron and James Harris.
She leaves to mourn two sons Paul Jos. at home, Daniel C. of the Department of National Defence, Ottawa, four daughters Agnes at home, Mrs. F. J. Stewart, South Lake, Katherine and Annie of the Department of Labor and Auditor General's Department, Ottawa; one brother Vincent McPhee, Big Pond, two sisters Mrs. Roderick McPhee, Glencorrodale and Mrs. Arch'd McPhee, Claremont, New Hampshire.

Children of Mary MacPhee and Angus MacDonald are:

148i.Paul Joseph5 MacDonald, born 1868 in East Lake, PE.
149ii.Agnes M. MacDonald, born 1871 in East Lake, PE.
150iii.Margaret Ellen MacDonald, born 22 July 1873 in East Lake, PE. She married Frederick Stewart 18 September 1900 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
151iv.Daniel Casimir MacDonald, born 22 November 1876 in East Lake, PE. He married Mary Ann Fahey 29 July 1914 in Aylmer, Quebec.
152v.James Benedict MacDonald, born 21 March 1880 in East Lake, PE.
153vi.Catherine Christina MacDonald, born 13 October 1884 in East Lake, PE.
154vii.Annie May MacDonald, born 28 February 1887 in East Lake, PE.

44. Vincent4 MacPhee (John3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 08 April 1857 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 09 November 1941 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. He married Mary Catherine MacPhee 08 November 1892 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE, daughter of Neil MacPhee and Catherine Gillis. Dispensation: third and fourth degree of consanguinity.

THE EVENING PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1929
EASTERN GLEANINGS:
The three daughters of Mr. Vincent McPhee, Dorothy, Mary and Celia, arrived Saturday from Boston to spend their vacation with their parents at Big Pond, Lot 45.

Children of Vincent MacPhee and Mary MacPhee are:

155i.Ćneas Peter5 MacPhee, born 11 October 1893 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 05 March 1983.
156ii.Mary Loretta MacPhee, born 06 January 1896 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
157iii.Dorothy Ann MacPhee, born 10 January 1898 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 07 February 1939 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
158iv.Catherine Jeanette MacPhee, born 04 December 1899 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married Daniel J. Dunphy 28 March 1937 in St. Catherine's Church, Charleston, Mass.
159v.John Cornelius MacPhee, born Aft. 1900 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
160vi.Catherine Amelia MacPhee, born 1903 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 05 April 1928 in Homeopathic Hospital, Brighton, Mass.
THE EVENING PATRIOT, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1928
IN MEMORIAM
The death occurred in the Homeopathetic Hospital, Brighton, Mass., on April 5th of Katherine Amelia, dearly beloved and youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent MacPhee, Big Pond at the compatively early age of twenty-four years.
Deceased was in her usual good health until about seven weeks previous to her death when she suddenly contracted measels and entered the hospital for treatment. Mastoids later developed, an operation was performed and she was on the road to recovery when she later contracted pleuro-pneumonia and an abcess formed on the lung, another operation was performed but despite the best that medical skill and devoted nursing could do, complications set in and her spirit passed away on the above mentioned date. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
She leaves to cherish her memory, besides her sorrowing parents, the following brothers and sisters, namely; John, of Providence, R. I.; Aeneas, Russell and Pius at home; Mary, Dorothy and Nettie of Boston and who accompanied the remains which arrived home on April 10th inst., besides a large host of friends and acquaintances.
The funeral to St. Margaret's took place Wednesday afternoon, April 11th and was largely attended. The services at the church was performed by the pastor, Rev. Father MacPherson, who also officiated at the grave when all that was mortal of a kind and loving daughter and sister was laid away in the adjoining cemetery to await a glorious resurrection.
May her soul rest in peace.
The pall bearers were: Joseph MacPhee, Chester MacPhee, Paul MacPhee, Alex MacDonald, Blaine MacVarish and Joseph MacCormac.
The sincerest sympathy goes forth to the remaining members of the family in their bereavement.
161vii.Joseph Daniel MacPhee, born 1905 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.
162viii.Russell Nelson MacPhee, born 1908 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE; died 08 December 1956.
163ix.Pius Charles MacPhee, born 1910; died 09 October 1934 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE.

46. Catherine4 MacPhee (John3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 1862 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE. She married Archibald John MacPhee 16 October 1888 in St. Margaret's Church, St. Margaret's, PE, son of John MacPhee and Sarah Campbell.

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1888
MARRIAGE:
- At St. Margaret’s, on the 16th Oct., by the Rev. D. J. G. McDonald, P.P., A. J. McPhee, teacher, North Lake, to Miss Katie McPhee, Big Pond.

Children of Catherine MacPhee and Archibald MacPhee are:

164i.Ćneas Peter5 MacPhee, born 13 September 1889 in North Lake, PE; died 06 July 1970. He married Stella May Harris. Ćneas Peter was a World War I Veteran.
165ii.Jessie Mary MacPhee, born 23 October 1890; died 25 December 1954 in North Lake, PE. She married Duncan Joseph Campbell 28 January 1913 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
166iii.Francis H. MacPhee, born 1894 in North Lake, PE.
167iv.Helen MacPhee, born 22 August 1895 in North Lake, PE.

47. Teresa Emily4 MacPhee (John3, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 16 November 1864 in Big Pond, Lot 45, PE, and died 07 January 1954. She married Roderick MacPhee 28 August 1894 in St. Margaret's Church, PE, son of Lauchlan MacPhee and Catherine MacPherson. Dispensation: fourth degree of consanguinity, simple.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1932
BAYFIELD AND VICINITY:
Misses Nellie and Dorothy McPhee, Roxbury, Mass., have arrived on a visit to their parents Mr. and Mrs. Roderick McPhee, Glencorrodale.

Children of Teresa MacPhee and Roderick MacPhee are:

168i.Anna Mary5 MacPhee, born 10 August 1895 in Glencorrodale, PE. She married Alphonsus Miles MacDonald 28 June 1931 in St. Mary's Church, Winchester, Mass.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1931
WEDDING BELLS
A very pretty wedding took place at St. Mary's Church, Winchester, Mass. on Sunday evening, June 28th, when Rev. Father Clark, united in the holy bonds of matrimony Anna M. MacPhee of that parish, formerly of Glencorrodale, Prince Edward Island and Alphonsus M. MacDonald of Milton, Mass., formerly of East Point, P. E. I.
The bride looked very charming in a chiffon dress of rose beige, with hat to match and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and asparagus fern.
Her sister Katherine E., was bridesmaid and was beautifully dressed in a dress of orchid chiffon, with large picture hat to match, and carried a bouquet of roses and asparagus fern.
The groom was supported by his nephew William Jones.
After the ceremony the happy bridal party motored to Dorchester, Mass., to the home of Charles MacDonald, brother of the groom, where a dainty supper was served to their immediate friends and relatives. The remainder of the evening was spent in music and dancing.
The bride was the recipient of many useful and valuable gifts.
On Monday morning the happy couple left for a short honeymoon to the North Shore beach, where on their return they will make their future home in East Milton, Mass.
The many friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald wish them many happy years of wedded life.
169ii.Mary Alice MacPhee, born 25 November 1897 in Glencorrodale, PE; died 1903.
170iii.Catherine Ellen MacPhee, born 02 January 1900 in Glencorrodale, PE. She married Donald Francis Campbell.
171iv.Paul (Roddie) MacPhee was born in Glencorrodale, PE. He married Hilda MacDonald 18 July 1933 in St. Coumba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1933
BAYFIELD AND VICINITY:
On Tuesday morning, July 18, a pretty marriage took place at St. Columba's Church when Miss Hilda McDonald, daughter of Columba McDonald, Lakeville, was united in marriage to Mr. Paul McPhee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roderick McPhee, Glencorrodale. The bride was attended by her sister Mary, of Boston, and the groom by William McInnis, of Souris.
172v.Dorothy MacPhee was born in Glencorrodale, PE.

59. Ćneas Bernard4 Campbell (Ann3 MacPhee, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 15 August 1852 in North Lake, PE, and died 09 June 1914 in North Lake, PE. He married Honora Campbell 06 October 1890 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, daughter of John Campbell and Ann Collins.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914
OBITUARY
"In the midst of life we are in death". The above proverb was truly verified when the sudden and unexpected death of Aeneas B. Campbell, an intelligent and prosperous farmer of North Lake, was announced and which cast a deep gloom over the whole community.
The deceased had been enjoying his usual good health, and was actively engaged at his farm, and had almost finished his cropping when he was suddenly seized by a severe and fatal attack of pneumonia, and although the best medical skill was procured and he was attended by careful and tender nursing, he only stood the attack about three days and died at his home on the 9th of June, at the age of 62 years.
He was attended and consoled during his sufferings by his faithful and loving pastor, Rev. Bernard Gillis, P.P., from whom he received the last holy rites of the Catholic Church of which he was a true and consistent member.
Mr. Campbell was a good and generous neighbour, a kind husband and a loving father. He leaves a sorrowing widow, one daughter Mrs. James Jarvis, and one son Gerard, to mourn their sad bereavement. He also leaves one brother Colin J. at North Lake, two sisters Mrs. John J. Campbell, Elmira, and Mrs. J. D. Gillis, St. Peter's Bay.
About 50 carriages attended the funeral, when the remains were conveyed to the cemetery of St. Columba on the 11th inst. The services in the church and at the grave were performed by Rev. K. C. McPherson, P.P., St. Margaret's.

Children of Ćneas Campbell and Honora Campbell are:

173i.Columba John5 Campbell, born 22 August 1891 in North Lake, PE; died 20 April 1906 in Lakeville, PE.
Columba John's obituary
174ii.Annie May Campbell, born 05 August 1893 in North Lake, PE; died 04 January 1980 in Priest Pond, PE. She married (1) James Jarvis 19 September 1911 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE. She married (2) William A. Ryan 30 November 1927 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1932
BAYFIELD AND VICINITY:
On Wednesday evening the people of Bayfield gathered by invitation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Ryan of Priest Pond, the occasion being the fifth anniversary of their marriage. The evening was spent in music, singing and dancing. A bountiful meat and goose supper was served to the guests.
175iii.Helen Campbell.
176iv.Bernard Campbell.
177v.Gerard Campbell, born November 1901 in Lakeville, PE; died 18 July 1971 in North Lake, PE.

62. Colin James4 Campbell (Ann3 MacPhee, Angus2 John Archibald1) was born 28 April 1857 in North Lake, PE, and died 20 December 1918 in North Lake, PE. He married (1) Mary Ann MacDonald 22 October 1888 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, daughter of Allen MacDonald and Sarah MacIsaac. He married (2) Isabella MacDonald 11 October 1910 in St. Dunstan's Cathedral, Charlottetown, PE, daughter of James MacDonald and Ann MacInnis.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1919
OBITUARY
The death of Mr. Colin J. Campbell, J.P., of North Lake on Dec 20th, last after an illness of only six days wakened and found regret in the surrounding community. He succumbed to a severe attack of pneumonia. He first married Mary A. Macdonald, daughter of the late Allan C. Macdonald of Lakeville thirty years ago, who predeceased him ten years ago. By the marriage there were seven sons and two daughters. Three of the sons, Dougald O., John H., and Pius J. are dead. The latter made the supreme sacrifice on the battlefield in France during the early part of the late war. Another son, Joseph M., who was attached to the 98th Siege Battery, P.E.I., during the war and who had been wounded is shortly expected home. The other surviving sons Damien A., Allan B. and Columba Egbert, also two daughters, Sadie and Mary E. are at home. About eight years ago Mr. Campbell married Mrs. Isabelle Macdonald, widow of the late Angus L. Macdonald, Bayfield, who, by her affection, tenderness and good counsel effectfully fulfilled the place of a loving wife, and foster mother, thus gaining the obedience, love and gratitude of all the family, with the assurance of being their future guide and counsellor. Deceased was a man of more than average intelligence. He took an active part in all matters, relating to the welfare of the country in general and his own district in particular. He was always a strong supporter of the Conservative party in politics, but always respected the views and opinions of those who differed from him. For nearly five years he performed the duty of mail carrier on the Elmira, R.R.1 during which time he gave entire satisfaction to all concerned, being punctual and courteous in his dealings with all his patrons, he thus secured a host of friends, who will sincerely miss his familiar salute and generous greetings. He was a good citizen, a kind husband and an affectionate father and, all in all, was a most worthy member of the community in which he lived. In his final illness he devoutely received the last Sacraments, and died fortified by all the rites of the Catholic church. His funeral to the parish church of St. Columba, on December 22, was very large. After a high Mass of Requiem and funeral service conducted by Rev. R. J. McDonald, P.P., interment took place in the adjoining cemetery. May his soul rest in peace.

Mary_Ann's obituary

THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1888
MARRIAGE:
- At St. Columba on the 22nd Oct., by the Rev. D. J. Gillis, Colin J. Campbell, North Lake, to Miss Mary A. McDonald, of same place.

THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910
LOCAL NEWS
The marriage of Mrs. Isabella McDonald of this city to Mr. Colin Campbell of Lakeville, took place in St. Dunstan's Cathedral Tuesday morning at eight o'clock, Rev. Dr. Gregory McLellan officiating. The bride wore a tailor made suit of diagonal serge and grey panne velvet hat with blue trimmings. She was attended by Miss Nellie Dougan who wore a suit of navy blue broadcloth with hat to match. Mr. Pius McDonald of Bayfield was groomsman. After the ceremony they drove to the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Andrew Gaudet, where breakfast and dinner were served to the immediate friends and relatives of the contracting parties. The happy couple left by Eastern train for their future home in Lakeville accompanied by the best wishes of their many friends.

Children of Colin Campbell and Mary MacDonald are:

178i.Dougald O.5 Campbell, born 03 August 1889 in North Lake, PE; died 29 May 1911 in North Lake, PE.
179ii.Pius Joseph Campbell, born 10 April 1891 in North Lake, PE; died 02 July 1916 in France. He was engaged to be married to Dorothy E. Parry. Pius was a World War I Casualty.
THE WEEKLY EXAMINER AND ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1891
BIRTH:
- At Lakeville, Lot 47, on the 10th inst., Mrs. Colin J. Campbell, of a son.

Pius Joseph Campbell. 31st Batallion, C. E. F.
France, March 18, 1916
In the event of my death I leave to Dorothy E. Parry all my money now in her possession. All other money and property belonging to me goes to my father Colin J. Campbell
In case of my death before I return to Canada I wish my father to try & locate Mr. Harry Codner whoe's address at the time I left St. John was No. 10 Paradise Row and pay him fifteen dollars ($15). The said amount owed him by me.
180iii.Joseph Michael Campbell, born 08 May 1893 in North Lake, PE; died 19 September 1923 in Elmira, PE. He married Gertrude Murphy 30 June 1920 in St. Dunstan's Cathedral, Charlottetown, PE. Michael was a World War I Veteran.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1923
IN MEMORIAM
The shadow of gloom was cast over the community of Elmira and surrounding districts, when the word had gone around that J. Michael Campbell had passed to his eternal reward. Though his demise was not unexpected it was quite a shock to relatives and friends. Mr. Campbell had been ailing for some time past and his death occurred on the 19th of September. He was fortified by the rites of the Holy Catholic Church administered by his pastor Rev. Father Ronald McDonald.
Mr Campbell was very popular with all classes: of a cheery disposition and always willing to lend a helping hand to the poor and needy and possessed of that undefiably gift of readily winning and retaining friends.
Michael as he was familiarly known to his friends, was an employee of the C. N. Railways previous to and subsequent to the Great War.
In July, 1915 he responded to the call and enlisted in the 98th Siege Battery and went overseas with that unit. He was wounded in July, 1916 in France and was invalided in England. After recovering from his wounds he returned to France and was afterwards badly gassed which was the direct cause of his passing away at the age of 30 years.
He received his discharge from the army in May, 1919, having served his country for 4 years.
The funeral which took place on the 21st of September under the direction of the Knights of Columbus of which order he was a valued member was the largest ever seen in the community. Attending the funeral were a great many of his comrades-in-arms who watched wirh bowed heads all that was mortal of their comrade and friend being laid to rest in the shadow of St. Columba's Church, there to await the final Reveille. The funeral mass was chanted by Father Ronald McDonald, assisted by Father McMahon of Souris. St. Columba's choir assisted by . . (one or two lines missing on the microfilm) . . dered the beautiful solemn requiem.
Father McLean of Souris assisted in the choir while Father Theodore Gallant presided at the organ.
The sympathy of the whole community goes out to Mrs. Campbell in her sad trial. Also to the deceased's relatives. The floral tributes were many and beautiful and the many spiritual bouquets attested to the esteem in which Mr. Campbell was held. The pall bearers were Capt. J. M. McEachern, Wallace McVarish, Stephen Keefe, Joseph McAulay, Aeneas P. McPhee abd Andrew F. Campbell, all members of the Knights of Columbus. R.I.P.
181iv.John Francis Xavier Campbell, born 06 November 1894 in North Lake, PE. Diabetic.
182v.Damien Augustine Campbell, born 28 August 1899 in North Lake, PE; died 18 August 1975 in Souris, PE. He married Margaret Emeline Holland in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE.
183vi.Sarah Jane "Sadie" Campbell, born 12 December 1901 in North Lake, PE; died in Vermont. She married Peter Sylvanus Campbell, World War I Veteran, 05 May 1923 in Cathedral of Holy Cross, Boston, Mass.
184vii.Allan Basil Campbell, born 27 May 1903 in North Lake, PE; died 03 December 1956 in Edmonton, Alberta. He married Kathleen Burns 08 June 1933. Adopted 2 children.
185viii.Mary Ellen Campbell, born 13 February 1906 in North Lake, PE; died December 1977 in Littleton, Mass. She married Clifford McGee.
186ix.Columba Egbert Campbell, born 22 October 1907 in North Lake, PE; died 11 November 1977 in St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC. He was a World War II Veteran. He married Renate Schneider.

64. Mary Annabella4 Campbell (Ann3 MacPhee, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 01 May 1860 in North Lake, PE, and died 13 March 1930 in Elmira, PE. She married John Joseph Campbell 09 September 1890 in St. Columba's Church, Fairfield, PE, son of Joseph Campbell and Margery MacDonald.

John_Josephs­_Obituary

THE EVENING PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1930
IN MEMORIAM
On Thursday March 13th, the Angel of Death visited the home of Mr. John J. Campbell, Elmira, and in the passing of his beloved wife, which severed the ties of forty years of wedded bliss, hosts of friends throughout the province and elsewhere are extending tributes of sympathy to the bereaved husband and family.
Mrs. Campbell who had reached the age of seventy years, was a daughter of the late Dougald Campbell of North Lake, and was a lady of many estimable qualities of mind and heart, had nobly fulfilled the duties of the responsible wife and mother; the wise council, tender solicitude, silent but earnest prayer, and countless unseen virtues of the humble Christian mother had already borne fruit in her family and must be an influence and inspiration to them in the future moulding of their character and destiny.
Deceased lady was the soul of hospitality and in her home, even people who entered as strangers, found themselves part of the family circle, without realizing it until they took their departure with the promise and wish to soon return. Her death was calm and peaceful, as befitted a fervent member who had persevered in the Faith. She was frequently visited by her ever kind and devoted pastor, Rev. R. J. Macdonald, who administered the Holy Sacraments. She also had the consolation of a week's visit from her two daughters who are members of religious orders, but who were obliged to return prior to her demise.
Her serious illness was of brief duration, during which time she had every medical attention and loving care, all absent members of the family had journeyed home. Her daughter Katherine, who is a registered nurse, was constantly at her bedside, alleviating the pains and discomforts, which she bore with patience and resignation.
Her funeral to St. Columba, Fairfield, held on Saturday, March 15th, was largely attended despite the very unfavorable weather and condition of the roads.
Pall bearers were: Messrs. J. E. Dingwell, Eugene Fay, William Harris, S. J. Keefe, George B. McEachern and L, D. Rose. Services at the church and grave were performed by Father Macdonald.
Deceased is survived by her husband, five daughters and two sons, viz.; Sister St. Bernard of the Rosary, Staten Island, N. Y., Sr. St. Therese of the Holy Face, Quebec City, Marjorie at home, Katherine, R. N. and Agnes of Somerville, Mass., Joseph, C. N. R. Elmira, and Columba at home, also one sister, Mrs. J. D. Gillis, St. Peter's Bay, all of whom have the sincere sympathy of their many friends. The following tokens of esteem were received from kind friends.
Mass Cards:
The family (10), Joe and Penzie (2), Rev. F. L. Mullally, Charlottetown, Rev. A. Gillis (5), Edmonton, Alta., Mother Superior (3), Bellevue Convent, Quebec City, Marcelle Labrecque, Aline Domine, Charlotte Amyot, Juliette Fortier, the pupils of the Third French Class, Bellevue Convent, Quebec City, Mrs. C. J. McDonald and Catherine, Tracadie, Mrs. Gertrude Campbell, (5), Mrs. Jesse Macdonald, Somerville, Mass., Gertrude Campbell, Margaret Campbell, Arlington, Mass., Joseph Gillis, Mrs. Joseph Gillis, Dorchester, Mass., Mary Gillis, Belmont, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. George Ducloe, Medford, Mass., the Misses Keays (3), Everett, Mass., Student Nurses (3), Whidden Hospital, Everett, Basil Mossey, Regina, Sask., Mrs. Laura C. Curley, (2), Mr. and Mrs. George B. Creamer, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Macdonald, Souris, P. E. I., Mr. and Mrs. George Mullally, Gowan Brae, Stephen Keefe, Morell, Mrs. J. D. Gillis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ledwell, St. Peter's, Mr. and Mrs. William Ryan, Priest Pond, Laura Campbell, Charlottetown, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Holland and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. MacPhee, Elmira, Women's Institute, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murphy, Mrs. C. MacInnis, Mrs. M. J. Campbell, Regina, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mossey and family, Mrs. Colin and D. A. Campbell, Gerard Campbell, Bernita Jarvis, William Hanlan, Elmira, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Campbell, Somerville, Mass.
Spiritual Bouquets:
The Sisters of Notre Dame Convent, the pupils of the Fourth Grade and the pupils of the Eighth Grade, Notre Dame Convent, Staten Island, N. Y., the pupils of First English Class, the pupils of Second Boarding School, the pupils of Sr. St. Therese of the Holy Face, the pupils of the Third English Class, Frances Levesque, Denise Lacroix, Therese Boucher, Jeanne and Josephine Simond, Paulette and Rolande Asselin, Bellevue Convent, Quebec City.
Floral Bouquet:
Nurses Alumnae, Whidden Hospital, Everett, Mass.
Messages of Sympathy: Rev. T. E. Cullen, Minneapolis, Minn., Rev. Bernard Gillis, Charlottetown, Sr. St. Christina of the Angels, Quebec City, Mr. and Mrs. William Pope and family, Brooklyn, N. Y., Nellie Macdonald, Brookline, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Campbell, Somerville, Mass., Margaret Keays, Nurses, Whidden Hospital, Everett, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gillis, Dorchester, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. Archie McPhee, Claremont, N. H., Margaret Bailey, Middleboro, Mass., Mrs. Alice Campbell, Hamilton, Mass., Ella and Evelyn Mullally, Mattapan, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Acorn, Mr. and Mrs. Peter McPhee, Mary Lannigan, Souris, Mr. and Mrs. Basil McDonald, Tracadie.

Children of Mary Campbell and John Campbell are:

187i.Mary Ann5 Campbell, C.N.D., born 31 May 1892 in Elmira, PE; died 04 July 1945 in Staten Island, NY.
188ii.Marjorie Frances Campbell, born 20 July 1893 in Elmira, PE; died 07 October 1963 in MA.
189iii.Katherine Evelyn Campbell, born 17 September 1894 in Elmira, PE; died 23 July 1988 in Centreville, MA. She married Harrison Ching April 1933 in St. Joseph's Church, Somerville, MA.
190iv.Agnes Virginia Campbell, born 20 January 1896 in Elmira, PE; died 27 April 1994 in Nursing Home, Norwell, MA. She married Roderick Ćneas MacLean June 1931.
191v.Cecelia Josephine Campbell, C.N.D., born 31 March 1898 in Elmira, PE; died 03 December 1958 in Montreal, P.Q.
192vi.Joseph Aloysius Campbell, born 20 June 1899 in Elmira, PE; died 21 June 1974 in Souris, PE. He married Penelope Lauretta MacDonald 28 September 1927 in St. Bonaventure's Church, Tracadie, PE.
193vii.Columba Raymond Campbell, born 17 November 1902 in Elmira, PE; died 02 August 1965 in Elmira, PE. He married Gertrude Murphy.

65. Catherine Ann4 Campbell (Ann3 MacPhee, Angus2, John Archibald1) was born 16 December 1861 in North Lake, PE, and died 17 August 1932 in St. Peter's Bay, PE. She married John Daniel Gillis 15 October 1884 in St. Columba Church, Fairfield, PE, son of Donald Gllis and Mary Barrett.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1932
DEATH:
- Suddenly at St. Peter's, Aug 17th, Katherine A. Campbell, dearly beloved wife of the late John D. Gillis, aged 71 years. Funeral on arrival of her son, Rev. Adolphus Gillis, of Edmonton.

THE CHARLOTTETOWN PATRIOT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1932
IN MEMORIAM
"As you live so shall you die," was truly exemplified in the death of Catherine relict of the late John D. Gillis of St. Peters, when on Wednesday evening, August 17th, after finishing her rosary she repaired to her room and quietly passed away while about to partake of the evening meal served her there. She had been in failing health for some time past but it did not prevent her from attending most of the services of the mission held in the Church the week previous. She also had the consolation of being visited by both missionaries and received their blessing.
On the day of her death word had been received of the serious illness of her daughter Sister St. Catherine of the Saviour in the Charlottetown Hospital and although she received the news with her usual calmness, no doubt it did much in her weakened condition to hasten the end.
Her son Joseph and family of Boston who had just completed a pleasant two weeks vacation at home, was preparing to leave on the morrow, and her daughter Mrs. T. A. Ledwell and family were there also to spend the evening with her. It was she who went first to see if her mother needed anything, and found that she had passed quietly away as if she had fallen asleep. Father Larkin, in the absence of the pastor, being summoned performed the last sad rites. When the news of her death was circulated, it caused deep profound sorrow in the community, where she and her family are held in high esteem as was evidenced by the great number that visited there day and night during the interval of death and burial. On receipt of the sad intelligence her son Peter and his sister Mary arrived from Boston on Saturday, while her other son, Rev. Adolphus Gillis of Alberta arrived the following Monday. Her funeral was held the next morning (Tuesday) under the direction of A. Hennessey, Charlottetown, a long line of cars and carriages following the remains to St. Peters Church where Solemn High Mass was celebrated by her son, Rev. A. Gillis with Rev. W. E. Larkin, deacon and Rev. A. McAuley, sub-deacon. Also present in the sanctuary were Very Rev. J. C. McLean, V. G., Rev. K. C. McPherson, St. Margarets, Rev. W. McGuigan, St. Dunstan's, Rev. Rupert and Richard O'Neill, Charlottetown and Rev. Father Murray. Assisting in the choir was Rev. M. J. Rooney, Cardigan, Mr. M. McIntyre, Selkirk and the deceased's son Peter. There was also present Rev. R. J. McDonald, St. Columbia, Rev. P. L. Callaghan, St. Charles and Rev. Thomas Haynes, S. J. (Eccl.) and two Rev. Sisters of the Notre Dame congregation, Souris East. Although of a quiet and unassuming disposition her loss will be deeply felt in the community but especially in her home where her kindly manner and exemplary life encouraged the religious vocations in her family that gave her the consoling satisfaction of having a son and daughter consecrate her family that gave her the consoling satisfaction of having a son and daughter consecrate their lives to God. She leaves to mourn the following sons and daughters: Rev. Adolphus Gillis, Clandonald, Alberta, Rev. Sister St. Catherine of the Saviour, Congregation de Notre Dame, Summerside, Joseph, Peter and Mary, of Boston, Mass., Mrs. T. A. Ledwell, St. Peters, and D. Jerome and Brent at home. May her soul rest in peace.
The following sent Mass Cards:- Rev. A. Gillis (5), Mary (25), Peter and Alice (2), Joe and Mamie, Tom and Anna, Jerome and Brent, Mrs. Colin and D. A. Campbell, Elmira; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Campbell, Elmira; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ryan, Priest Pond; Catherine and Agnes Campbell, Somerville, Mass. (3); Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gillis and family, St. Margarets; James A. McDonald, St. Margarets; Dr. and Mrs. R. J. McDonald, St. Peters; Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Hanley, St. Peters; Mrs. Margaret Larkin and family, St. Peters; Mr. And Mrs. John T. McKinnon and family, St. Peters; Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Power and Mary, Kensington; Flora Lewis, Chestnut Hill, Mass.; Margaret Lewis, Wallum Lake, R.I.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Aylward, Charlottetown; Hilda O'Donnell, Souris; Anna Lewis, Boston, Mass.; Agnes Connor, Boston, Mass.; Maude McAuley, St. Peters; Mr. James McCormack, St. Peters; Mr. James McCormack, St. Peter's; The Altar Society, St. Columbia, Alberta; the CWL, St. Peters.
Spiritual Bouquets: - Sisters Notre Dame, Summerside; Brent; the Ledwell family; Duncan Gillis, James Gillis, Mrs. James Gillis, Mildred Gillis.

Children of Catherine Campbell and John Gillis are:

194i.Joseph5 Gillis, born 21 January 1887 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 1950 in Boston, Mass. He married Mamie Dunn Aft. 1942.
195ii.Mary Ann Gillis, born 16 May 1888 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 1888.
196iii.Columba Peter Gillis, born 25 April 1889 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died October 1966 in Quincy, Mass. He married Alice Lund in Dorchester, Mass.
197iv.Pius Daniel Gillis, born 19 January 1892 in St. Peter's Bay, PE.
198v.Ronald Joseph Gillis, born 06 April 1893 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 1895.
199vi.Regina Frances Gillis, born 23 January 1895 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 05 August 1929 in Dorchester, Mass.
THE EVENING PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1929
DEATH:
- At the home of her brother in Dorchester, Mass., Regina Gillis. The remains are expected home Wednesday evening, August 7th. Funeral will take place Friday morning, August 9th from her old home in St. Peter's Bay.

THE EVENING PATRIOT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1929
IN MEMORIAM
The sentence of death which has been imposed by the Author of Life on all mankind, found a subject in Regina Gillis, daughter of the late John D. and Catherine Gillis. Regina was born and spent her childhood and early womanhood in St. Peter's, P. E. I. After a few years teaching in Western Canada she went to Boston where she remained until her death Aug. 5th. Her demise followed an illness of two months, during which an unsuccessful operation was performed on her. Warned of the seriousness of her physical condition Regina made a worthy preparation for Eternity by a general confession and the daily reception of Holy Communion. Besides her mother, who had the consolation to be with her the last two weeks of her life, she leaves three sisters, and five brothers: Sr. St. Catherine of the Saviour, Mary, Mrs. T. A. Ledwell, Rev. A. Gillis, Joseph, Peter, Jerome and Brent.
After a short wake at the home of her brother in Dorchester, Mass., her remains were taken to her home in P. E. I., accompanied by several members of the family and her cousin, Catherine Campbell. The funeral was held August 9th with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem sung by the pastor, Rev. A. McAulay, with Rev. F. Conolly deacon, Rev A. Gillis subdeacon, Rev. J. A. McMillan, Master of Ceremonies and Rev. Geo. McDonald thurifier. In the sanctuary were Rt. Rev. J. C. McGuigan, P. A., V. G., Edmonton, Revs. R. J. McDonald, Dr. Callaghan, W. McGuigan, M. E. McCarthy, B. J. McDonald, L. Dougan. The pall bearers were Martin McInnis, Peter McAdam, Joseph Campbell, D. A. Campbell, Gerard Campbell, all cousins of the deceased, and John McMillan, a friend and schoolmate.
May all who read of her death say a prayer for the repose of her soul.
Flowers
Cross - The family.
Cross - The Gillis cousins.
Wreath - Joseph and Leo Campbell.
Wreath - The Officials of Div. 1.
Wreath - The Men of Div. 1.
Mass Cards
Mother, Mary, Tom and Anna, Joe and Mamie, her brothers, Urban and Joseph, Duncan, James and Mrs. Gillis, Mr. and Mrs. James McAdam and family, Catherine Campbell (2), Somerville, Mass., Agnes Campbell, Somerville, Mass., Martin McInnis, Mr. and Mrs. Peter McAdam, Rev. M. E. McCarthy (5), Killam, Alta., Penelope McAulay, Margaret and Flora Lewis, Mrs. Daniel McInnis, Dr. and Mrs. McDonald and family, Mrs. J. M. Collins, Jamaica, Mass., Mrs. John A. McDonald, Boston, Mass., Miss Theresa Gillis, Boston, Mass., Mrs. Fred Fisher, Boston, Mass., Mrs. Anne Gregory, Boston, Mass., The class of '26 St. Dunstan's University, The Trinity Mission Club, Boston, Mass., The Larkin family (3), Jamaica, Mass., Hilda O'Donnell, Souris, Mrs. Jos. MacNeil, Dorchester, Mass., Anna McDonald, Watertown, Mass., Mrs. Ellen McDonald, Mary and Mae, Watertown, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Francis McGrath, Cambridge, Mass., Mrs. Catherine McInnis and Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MacKenzie and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Rossiter, Charlottetown, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hooper, Morell, Mrs. Catherine Connor, Cambridge, Mass., Phyllis Connor, Cambridge, Mass., The Girls Club, Dorchester, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durkin, Roxbury, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brown, Dorchester, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oatway, Roxbury, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. A. Alyward, Charlottetown, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Greene, Cambridge, Mass., Margaret Keays (2), Everett, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Conway, Forest Hills, Mass., Mrs. Marie Larkin Smith, Boston, Mass.
Spiritual Bouquets
Mother, Mary, Anna, Sr. St. Catherine, Joseph, Peter, Jerome, Brent, Adolphus.
Messages of Sympathy
Mrs. R. H. Atkins, Plymouth, Mass., Ethel Sutherland, Charlottetown, Cornelius Landrigan, Sturgeon, Margaret Keays, Everett, Mass., Anna McDonald, Watertown, Mass.
200vii.Mary Gillis , R.N., born 06 February 1897 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 15 June 1976.
201viii.Anna Faustina Gillis, born 20 February 1898 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 12 November 1991 in Charlottetown, PE. She married Thomas Alexander Ledwell, World War I Veteran, 19 October 1921 in St. Peter's Church, St. Peter's Bay, PE.
THE CHARLOTTETOWN GUARDIAN, MONDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1921
THE CENTRAL GUARDIAN
LEDWELL - GILLIS
St. Peter's Church, St. Peter's Bay, was the scene of a quiet but very pretty wedding on Wednesday, Oct 19th, when Mr. Thomas Alexander Ledwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Williaw Ledwell of Souris and Miss Anna Faustina Gillis, daughter of the late John D. and Mrs. Gillis, St. Peter's, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the pastor, Rev. A. MaAulay. Miss Mary Gillis, sister of the bride was bridesmaid, while Mr. Wallace McVarish, Souris, ably performed the duties of groomsman. The bride was becomingly attired in a travelling suit of brown velour with beaver trimming and hat to match. The bridesmaid was also dressed in brown. After the ceremony the happy couple left on a wedding tour to Montreal, Ottawa and other Canadian cities. On Thursday evening, Oct 27th, Mr. and Mrs. Ledwell returned to their beautiful new home in St. Peter's where a reception was given in their honor. The bride's dress for the evening was white satin. The many beautuful gifts received testify to the popularity of the young couple, and their many friends wish them many years of happy wedded life.
202ix.Mary Blanche Gillis , C.N.D., born 07 August 1899 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 08 November 1968.
203x.Daniel Jerome Gillis, born 04 September 1900 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 1958 in Charlottetown, PE. He married Ada Mae Condon 31 May 1935 in Charlottetown, PE.
204xi.Brent Gillis, born 1902 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 1990 in Charlottetown, PE. He married Catherine Maude MacAulay, daughter of Ćneas Rudolphus MacAulay and Catherine MacDonald. Catherine Maude died 31 March 2005 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PE, aged 94 years.
205xii.Rev. Adolphus Gillis, born 1903 in St. Peter's Bay, PE; died 1990 in Edmonton.