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1  Thayer, Eliphalet (I52)
 
2  Putnam, Augustus Wayne (I61)
 
3  Heath, Robert (I114)
 
4  Gordon, Susanna C. (I128)
 
5  Putnam, Jared Judson (I241)
 
6  Masury, Margaret (I251)
 
7  Carley, Joseph (I298)
 
8  Kentfield, Elizabeth (I319)
 
9  Johnson, Hannah (I322)
 
10  Cooke, Francis (I333)
 
11  Hosley, Sally (I337)
 
12  Thayer, Harwood (I538)
 
13  Heath, Sarah Ann W. (I1251)
 
14  Heath, John S. (I1252)
 
15  Heath, Charles B. (I1253)
 
16  Heath, William P. (I1256)
 
17  Dow, Martha Curtis (I1260)
 
18  White, Sybil (I1270)
 
19  Thayer, Minot (I1274)
 
20  Heath, Josephine Annette (I1391)
 
21  Heath, Captain Joshua (I1480)
 
22  Kidder, John (I1502)
 
23  Kidder, John (I1502)
 
24  Thurber, Betsey (I2092)
 
25  Thurber, Henry H. (I2093)
 
26  Thurber, Ellen M. (I2096)
 
27  Putnam, Mary L. (I7548)
 
28  Carley, Joseph (I7554)
 
29  Emiley (I7563)
 
30  Heath, Ann Maria (I7808)
 
31  Mann, Thomas (I8291)
 
32  Lowd, John (I8424)
 
33  Lowd, John (I8424)
 
34  Sarah (I8578)
 
35  Smith, Ellen (I8579)
 
36  Thayer, Mariah H. (I29541)
 
37 ! Arthur Lemuel Lydiard was a waiter on the first Canadian Northern train into Van. in 1915 and in his 41 years of railroading starting 1912 worked on every line except Prince Rupert. He was the general chairman of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Employees and the negotiator of the first wage settlement. He used his own personal money to help support the strikers, few of which ever paid him back. Life member of St. Johns Lodge No. 4, AF & AM, Winnipeg. Born in Centreville, Kings Co. which was originally part of Cornwallis County. Likely a Baptist, and met in the Community Hall until the church was dedicated in May 1920. Ref: Hist. of the Lydiard Family, 2nd Edition, July 1982, William C. Lydiard, which has photocopy of M/C and D/C. A descendant of Richard Warren and William Brewster of the Mayflower. Lydiard, Arthur Lemuel (I17956)
 
38 !He and some of his siblings were raised by his uncle Lemuel Morton, a Halifax book-store owner and Lydia's brother. The Mortons could well afford such charity, being quite successful from farming, chiefly as apple orchardists, and were also large landowners in and around Halifax. Henry inherited the bulk of Lemuel Morton estate in his mid 20's. Spent life breeding and racing trotters, including 'Border'. He used to take his sulky, horse and a bag of feed and head down to races in the states. Arriving all covered in dust, he would enter the race and many would wonder what the 'old hayseed' was doing there. After the race they knew, he usually own. Henry died on Labour Day in Aylesford at the age of 78, doing what he like best racing his trotter 'Briar Mac'. Except from newspaper; 'When Lydiard suddenly threw up his hands and fell to the fround, Briar Mac had just passed Torpedo Lady, hesitating only for a fraction of a second,the horse swept on in a beautiful stride. John MacGregor was ahead of Briar Mac, but the latter, with reins dragging, pulled up along side and passed him, then levelled away for the lead horse, Aubrey the Great, while the spectators watched with awe. It seems that this horse was being driven by invisible hands. Aubrey the Great passed under the wire a length ahead of Briar Mac'. the track in mid-race, horse came second. Lydiard, Harry Cogswell (I17987)
 
39 !M/R Cornwallis TWP. BK. 1:56 names her parents. Hist. of Kings Co. 758; Lebanon/Berbour 124(1:223 and 1:226); Newcomb & Desc. 60, & Family 62 Mercy b ABT 1730, parents may have moved from Provincetown Mass. to Lebanon Conn. Barnaby, Mercy (I17975)
 
40 !Ref: b-m-d; Hist. of Kings Co. 515, 754; Newcomb Fam. 63. John became Captain in the Militia in 1810, Lt. Col of the 6th Regiment in 1835. Representative for Cornwallis in the Assembly, eg. M. L. A. 1827-1840. 1835 made Justice of the Peace, and commissioner of Sewers and Dykes. 1841 appointed Honourable member of the Legislative Council. Owner/Director of the Western Stage Coach, The Cornwallis Bridge and Electric Telegraph Companies. Morton, Hon. John (I17984)
 
41 !Ref: Hist. of Kings Co. p 753. A Cornwallis Planter 1761, b 1731 prob. Dartmouth Mass. son of Elkanah and Elizabeth Holmes Morton, m Rebecca Tupper, m second ---Belcher, m third Elizabeth Newcomb. Ref: Planters & Pioneers, of Nova Scotia 1749-1775; ISBN 0 -88999-087-5. Second printing 1982. p 216: shows the above and lists children. Morton, Elkanah Jr. (I18026)
 
42 ?? Line 106: (New PAF RIN=12603) 1 TITL [DUKE OF NORFOLK]/ Mowbray, [Duke Of Norfolk Thomas de (I12690)
 
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48 ?? Line 1247: (New PAF RIN=11595) 1 DEAT 2 PLAC Monastry of Cannons,,, England Plantagenet, Earl Lancaster Henry (I15348)
 
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50 ?? Line 127: (New PAF RIN=12520) 1 DEAT 2 DATE 17 JUN 25 JUL 1369 Beaumont, Baron Henry (I12681)
 

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