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Birth Date:
This is an assumption since she would have been 45 years old at the birth of her daughter Martha in 1842 and she would have married at 18 years of age.

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Source of Name:
" My Aunt Frances (Hingston) Cotcher told me just a few weeks ago, when I phoned her, that her father (Freke Wolfe Hingston) used to tell her ' my mother was Bessie Wolfe and her mother was Anne Willis and her mother was Mary Clarke. I don't know if this is written down anywhere. My Aunt is 83 but her mind is still sharp. I suppose that this would be classed as 'oral tradition."E- MAIL from Stan Hingston (rose.massage@sk.sympatico.ca), January 1, 2000

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William continued to farm at Tinmore, Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, Ireland after his parents died.
His youngest sister Gretta kept house for him until he married late in life. He had no issue.

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Widow of Mr. Swanton when she married William Roycroft.

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Joined H.M. Coastguard at Island More, Westport, February 14, 1829 as an extra man. Made Boatman, February 17, 1829 and transferred to Portland, Dorsetshire, England. He moved to West Lulworth on April16, 1829 and was discharged, dead, on Dec 9, 1829. It is said that he had fallen from a cliff while on guard duty against rum-runners.

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He was some sort of Commissioner with offices in Cork city. It seems that shipping in the port of Cork had to go through his office. There was a parchment signed by King George III giving him this commission, but neither the man nor his exact office have been identified.
Source: Carney Genealogy


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Emigrated from the vicinity of Skibbereen to Quebec on or before 1816. His descendents in Canada changed their name to Gosnell as they settled among their kinsmen, the Gosnells of Highgate, Ontario (descendents of Lawrence and Joseph Gosnell). Some of Joseph's descendents moved from Quebec to Grey County, Ontario, and some of those later moved to Kent County, Ontario where they later intermarried with the descendents of Joseph and Lawrence Gosnell.
Source: Carney Genealogy

Came to Quebec in 1820.
Source: Bob Barker GEDCOM

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Baptized Oct. 3, 1824 in Quebec Metropolitan Church. Later moved to Grey County, Ontario, then induced to move to Highgate, Ontario by Lawrence Gosnell, son of Joseph Gosnell and Mary Webb.
Source: Carney Genealogy

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Baptized Dec. 31, 1826 in Quebec Metropolitan Church.
Source: Carney Genealogy

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Came to Quebec in 1820.
Source: Bob Barker GEDCOM

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Seems to have been a brother of Joseph Gosneld and Mary Ann Gosneld. Emigrated from Ireland to Pickering, Ontario. Died when his children were very young.
Source: Carney Genealogy

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According to one account was unmarried, but according to another, married a Sarah Wolfe.
Source: Carney Genealogy

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According to one account Thomas was unmarried, but according to another, married a Sarah Wolfe.
Source: Carney Genealogy