Catherine Helen Monaghan

b. say 1895
Last Edited4 Dec 2007
Birth*say 1895 
Married Name15 June 1921Fitzpatrick 
Marriage*15 June 1921William Henry Fitzpatrick; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "(Married to Catherine Helen Monaghan, at St. Gabriel de Valcartier, June 15,1921) " 

Family

William Henry Fitzpatrick b. 3 Mar 1891
Marriage*15 June 1921William Henry Fitzpatrick; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "(Married to Catherine Helen Monaghan, at St. Gabriel de Valcartier, June 15,1921) " 

Edward Monaghan

b. circa 1781, d. December 1847
Last Edited17 May 2005
Birth*circa 1781 
Death*December 1847Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; States he was 66 years old and husband of Catherine Clyne, his 2nd marriage, inhabitant of the parish. 
Burial*17 December 1847St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The witnesses were the father, Owen Monaghan, his son, John and his nephew, James McElrone. 

Family

Child 1.John Monaghan

Edward Monaghan

b. circa 1822, d. 29 December 1899
Last Edited6 Jan 2014
Birth*circa 1822Ireland; Date based on age in burial record. 
(Witness) Census1851Owen Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 55 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, and neighbor to Henry Brown and John Clark. Living with him:
"Jane Quinn", born Ireland, Catholic, age 60.
Edward Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 26.
Roger Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 23.
John Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 19.
Catherine Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28.
Jane Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 21.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 16.
Margaret Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 3
Maria Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 9 months.
Margaret Bethel, born Ireland, Catholic, Widow, age 65 (mother of Mary Delaney).
Maria Delaney, born Canada, age 24, Catholic. 
(Witness) Census1861Owen Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1861; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 67 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, living in a frame house, and neighbor to Robert Davidson and John Monaghan. Living with him:
"Edward Monaghan, son, born Ireland, Catholic, age 40.
Robert Monaghan, son, born Ireland, Catholic, age 38.
Catherine Monaghan, daughter, born Ireland, Catholic, age 42.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28. 
Death*29 December 1899Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...son of Owen Monaghan and the late Jane Quinn...aged 78 years..." 
Burial*1 January 1900St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Present were Albert Monaghan and Owen McLaughlin. 

Edward Albert Monaghan

b. 9 April 1861, d. 1949
Last Edited6 Jan 2014
Birth*9 April 1861Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism12 April 1861St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Godparents were Edward and Catherine Monaghan. 
Marriage*30 July 1888Mary Ann O'Rourke; St. Patrick Catholic Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...has granted a dispensation of the law of the Church which forbids marriage between Edward Albert Monaghan, a catholic, and son of age of John Monaghan and Eleanor Madden, of Valcartier...on the one part; and Mary Ann Rourke, a protestant and daughter of age of James Rourke and Martha Kalbac (sic), of Valcartier on the other part...in the presence of Nicholas E. McCarthy and Mrs. George Brownwick..." 
(Witness) Death24 December 1900Mary Ann O'Rourke; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...wife of Albert Monaghan, farmer of this parish...aged 42 years..."
Note: according to birth record, she would have been only 36 years. 
Marriage*8 July 1907Annie Heal; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...between Albert Monaghan, widower of the late MaryAnn Rourke of this parish on the one part; and Annie Heal, daughter of age of Patrick Heal and the late Jane Manning alos of this parish on the other part; ...in the presence of John Cosgrove and Matilda Neil, his spouse..."
Note: According to son, Bernie Monaghan, Annie Heal's parents were not those listed but were James Heal & Mary Mooney. 
Will*4 January 1922Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; 

4th January 1922
Will of Edward Albert Monaghan
Widower of Mary Ann Rourke; husband of Annie Heal


From records of Notary Cyrille Renaud
No. 8810
Translated from the Original Will at the Quebec Archives



On this fourth day of January, one thousand nine hundred and twenty two, before me Cyrille Renaud, Public Notary, residing at Loretteville, personally came and appeared, Albert Monaghan, Farmer, residing in the parish of St, Gabriel of Valcartier, who being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding hath requested me the said Notary and witnesses to write down and receive in form of law his last will and testament which he has declared in manner and form following, that is to say:

1. - I desire that all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses be paid by me Executrix hereinafter named as soon as possible after my death,

2. - I give and bequeath to my wife Annie [Heal] all my moveable and immoveable properties wherever the same may be found and to whatever the same shall amount hereby constituting my said wife my universal legatee to the charge by her to dispose of my properties or to leave my said properties in favor or at my two sons Patrick and Bernard Monaghan share and share alike.

3.- I nominate, constitute and appoint my said wife the Executrix of this my will and I revoke all wills I may have heretofore and I declare the present to be my only true last will and testament.

Done and passed at Loretteville under notarial number eight thousand eight hundred and ten.

After the reading of the present will to the Testator, by the Notary in the presence of Thomas Jack, farmer, and Joseph Barbeau, accountant, both of St. Ambroise, the Testator, the Notary and witnesses have signed in the presence of each other.

Albert Monaghan, his signature;
Thos. Jack, his signature;
Joseph Barbeau, his signature;
Cy. Renaud, N.P., his signature
_____________________

NOTE: Edward Albert Monaghan (s/o John Monaghan and Eleanor Madden 1st married Mary Ann Rourke (d/o James Rourke & Martha Calback) in St. Patrick's Church, Quebec City on 30 July 1888; 2nd married: Annie Heal (d/o James Heal & Mary Mooney) in St-Gabriel-de-Valcartier Church on 8 July 1907. The names of Annie Heal’s parents are incorrect in the church register according to Bernie Monaghan and I include his correction above.

Transcribed by Gerald Neville, 2012
Note by Patricia Balkcom: Albert died in 1949 according to the date on his gravestone (St. Gabriel Catholic Cemetery, Valcartier). He would have been about 88 years of age. The two sons mentioned in the will are those he had with his 2nd wife, Annie Heal, who predeceased him in 1823. It is possible that there is a later will. Albert also had four children with his first wife, Mary Ann Rourke.
 
(Witness) Death1923Annie Heal; Date on gravestone in St. Gabriel Catholic Cemetery, Valcartier. 
Death*1949Date on gravestone in St. Gabriel Catholic Cemetery, Valcartier. 

Family 1

Mary Ann O'Rourke b. 4 Apr 1864, d. 24 Dec 1900
Marriage*30 July 1888Mary Ann O'Rourke; St. Patrick Catholic Church, Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...has granted a dispensation of the law of the Church which forbids marriage between Edward Albert Monaghan, a catholic, and son of age of John Monaghan and Eleanor Madden, of Valcartier...on the one part; and Mary Ann Rourke, a protestant and daughter of age of James Rourke and Martha Kalbac (sic), of Valcartier on the other part...in the presence of Nicholas E. McCarthy and Mrs. George Brownwick..." 
Children 1.John Monaghan b. 8 Aug 1889
 2.James Ernest Monaghan b. 31 Oct 1890
 3.Martha Anne Monaghan b. 23 Dec 1892
 4.Catherine Ellen Monaghan b. 24 Mar 1895

Family 2

Annie Heal b. 1872, d. 1923
Marriage*8 July 1907Annie Heal; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...between Albert Monaghan, widower of the late MaryAnn Rourke of this parish on the one part; and Annie Heal, daughter of age of Patrick Heal and the late Jane Manning alos of this parish on the other part; ...in the presence of John Cosgrove and Matilda Neil, his spouse..."
Note: According to son, Bernie Monaghan, Annie Heal's parents were not those listed but were James Heal & Mary Mooney. 
Children 1.Patrick Albert Anthony Monaghan b. 13 Jun 1908
 2.Bernard Henry Joseph Monaghan b. 14 Mar 1915, d. 1991

Ellizabeth Monaghan

b. 19 November 1841
Last Edited16 May 2005
Birth*19 November 1841Quebec, Canada 
Baptism28 November 1841Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier Catholic Church, Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, Portneuf County, Quebec, Canada; Godparents were James McElorone and Eliza Madden. 
(Witness) Census1861John Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1861; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "John Monaghan", farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, living in a frame house, age 40, and neighbor to James Fitzsimmons and Owen Monaghan. Living with him:
Jane Madden, spouse, born Ireland, Catholic, age 38.
Elizabeth Monaghan, daughter, born L. Canada, Catholic, age 19. 

James Ernest Monaghan

b. 31 October 1890
Last Edited4 Dec 2007
Birth*31 October 1890Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism11 November 1890St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; 'On the llth day of November 1890, we the undersigned, parish priest, have baptized James Ernest, born on the 31st inst., son of the lawful marriage of Albert Monaghan, farmer of this parish and Mary Ann O'Rourke. The sponsors were John Cosgrove, farmer of this parish and Catherine McLaughlin, also of this parish, who with the father signed. This act was duly read.
John Cosgrove Catherine McLaughlin
Albert Monaghan

H. McGratty, priest." 

Jane Monaghan

b. 23 May 1857, d. 18 November 1860
Last Edited16 May 2005
Birth*23 May 1857Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism24 May 1857St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The godparents were Peter Reynolds and Elizabeth Madden. 
Death*18 November 1860Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Witness: John Monaghan
Witness: Eleanor Madden
Burial*20 November 1860St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were Napoleon Langlois and Edward Monaghan. 

Jane Monaghan

b. circa 1830
Last Edited21 Jul 2012
Birth*circa 1830Ireland 
(Witness) Census1851Owen Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 55 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, and neighbor to Henry Brown and John Clark. Living with him:
"Jane Quinn", born Ireland, Catholic, age 60.
Edward Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 26.
Roger Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 23.
John Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 19.
Catherine Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28.
Jane Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 21.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 16.
Margaret Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 3
Maria Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 9 months.
Margaret Bethel, born Ireland, Catholic, Widow, age 65 (mother of Mary Delaney).
Maria Delaney, born Canada, age 24, Catholic. 
Married NameFerrand 
Marriage*Thomas Ferrand 

Family

Thomas Ferrand
Marriage*Thomas Ferrand 

John Monaghan

Last Edited30 Apr 2005
Birth* 

John Monaghan

b. circa 1831, d. 26 February 1900
Last Edited6 Jan 2014
Birth*circa 1831Ireland; Date based on age in burial record. 
(Witness) Census1851Owen Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 55 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, and neighbor to Henry Brown and John Clark. Living with him:
"Jane Quinn", born Ireland, Catholic, age 60.
Edward Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 26.
Roger Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 23.
John Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 19.
Catherine Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28.
Jane Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 21.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 16.
Margaret Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 3
Maria Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 9 months.
Margaret Bethel, born Ireland, Catholic, Widow, age 65 (mother of Mary Delaney).
Maria Delaney, born Canada, age 24, Catholic. 
Marriage*31 August 1855Eleanor Madden; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...between John Monaghan, son of age of Owen Monaghan and Jane Quinn on the one part, and Ellen Madden, daughter of age of the late Anthony Madden and Ellen Calback on the other part..." Witnesses were John Monaghan, cousin of the groom and Michel Bureau and bridget Keenan. 
(Witness) Death17 April 1860Mary Anne Monaghan; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
(Witness) Death18 November 1860Jane Monaghan; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Death*26 February 1900Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...widower of the late Ellen Madden, deceased in the city of Quebec...aged 69 years..." 
Burial*28 February 1900St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Present were Albert Monahan and John Cosgrove. 

Family

Eleanor Madden b. 1 Mar 1835
Marriage*31 August 1855Eleanor Madden; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...between John Monaghan, son of age of Owen Monaghan and Jane Quinn on the one part, and Ellen Madden, daughter of age of the late Anthony Madden and Ellen Calback on the other part..." Witnesses were John Monaghan, cousin of the groom and Michel Bureau and bridget Keenan. 
Children 1.Jane Monaghan b. 23 May 1857, d. 18 Nov 1860
 2.Mary Anne Monaghan b. 19 May 1859, d. 17 Apr 1860
 3.Edward Albert Monaghan+ b. 9 Apr 1861, d. 1949

John Monaghan

b. circa 1821, d. 9 May 1881
Last Edited19 Sep 2006
Birth*circa 1821Ireland 
Marriage*Jane Madden 
(Witness) Death16 July 1859Mary Jane Monaghan; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged 7 months. 
Census*1861QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1861; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "John Monaghan", farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, living in a frame house, age 40, and neighbor to James Fitzsimmons and Owen Monaghan. Living with him:
Jane Madden, spouse, born Ireland, Catholic, age 38.
Elizabeth Monaghan, daughter, born L. Canada, Catholic, age 19. 
Witness: Jane Madden
Witness: Ellizabeth Monaghan
(Witness) Death17 May 1880Jane Madden; Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged 58 years, wife of John Monaghan, merchant, of the parish of St. Roch of Quebec... 
Death*9 May 1881Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...merchant of the parish of St. Roch's of Quebec, husband of the late Jane Madden, aged 61 years..." 
Burial*11 May 1881St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Present at the burial were Edward Monaghan and Edward McLaughlin and many others. 

Family

Jane Madden b. c 1822, d. 17 May 1880
Marriage*Jane Madden 
Children 1.Ellizabeth Monaghan b. 19 Nov 1841
 2.Patrick John Monaghan b. 7 Mar 1856
 3.Mary Jane Monaghan b. 18 Dec 1858, d. 16 Jul 1859

John Monaghan

b. circa 1826
Last Edited22 Jun 2005
Birth*circa 1826Ireland 
Marriage*Margaret Donohoe; Canada 
Census*1851QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "John Monaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, age 25, neighbor to Robert Mailhot and David Davidson. Living with him:
Margaret Donohoe Monaghan, born Canada, Catholic, age 20.
Thomas Monaghan, born Canada, Catholic, age 5. 
Witness: Margaret Donohoe
Witness: Thomas Monaghan

Family

Margaret Donohoe b. c 1831
Marriage*Margaret Donohoe; Canada 
Child 1.Thomas Monaghan b. c 1846

John Monaghan

b. 8 August 1889
Last Edited8 Sep 2007
Birth*8 August 1889Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism12 August 1889St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "On the 12th day or August 1899, we the undersigned parish priest have baptized John, born on the 8th inst., son of the legitimate marriage of Albert Monaghan, farmer of this parish and Mary Ann 0'Rourke. The sponsors were Edward Monaghan and Catherine Monaghan, brother arid sister, who signed. The father was absent. This act was duly read.
Edward Monaghan Catherine Monaghan

H. McGratty, priest." 

Joseph Monaghan

Last Edited9 Apr 2013
Marriage*Rosalie Barette 

Family

Rosalie Barette d. b 9 Jun 1914
Marriage*Rosalie Barette 
Child 1.Joseph Edward Monaghan

Joseph Edward Monaghan

Last Edited9 Apr 2013
Birth* 
Marriage*9 June 1914Bridget McLaughlin; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; On the 9th of June 1914, whereas the dispensation of two banns of marriage granted by Monseigneur Cyrille Alfred Marois, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Quebec, on the 4th of June, whereas the publication of the third bann at the prone of the parochial mass of Valcartier, and of St. Columban of Sillery, as it appears by the certificate of the priest of Sillery, between Joseph Edward Monaghan, son of age of Joseph Monaghan and of the late Rosalie Barette of Sillery, for the one part; and. Bridgett McLaughlin, daughter of age of Hugh McLaughlin and of the late Ellen Bowles of this parish for the other part; no other impediment having been discovered, we, undersigned parish priest, have received their mutual consent of marriage and have given them the nuptial blessing in presence of Hugh McLaughlin, Joseph Edward Monaghan, who all signed with us. This act was duly read.

Bridget McLaughlin Joseph Monaghan J. E. Monaghan Hugh McLaughlin
Mary McLaughlin John Sheehan Josephine Monaghan Margaret Monaghan
Mrs. John Kiley 

Family

Bridget McLaughlin b. 26 Apr 1889
Marriage*9 June 1914Bridget McLaughlin; St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; On the 9th of June 1914, whereas the dispensation of two banns of marriage granted by Monseigneur Cyrille Alfred Marois, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Quebec, on the 4th of June, whereas the publication of the third bann at the prone of the parochial mass of Valcartier, and of St. Columban of Sillery, as it appears by the certificate of the priest of Sillery, between Joseph Edward Monaghan, son of age of Joseph Monaghan and of the late Rosalie Barette of Sillery, for the one part; and. Bridgett McLaughlin, daughter of age of Hugh McLaughlin and of the late Ellen Bowles of this parish for the other part; no other impediment having been discovered, we, undersigned parish priest, have received their mutual consent of marriage and have given them the nuptial blessing in presence of Hugh McLaughlin, Joseph Edward Monaghan, who all signed with us. This act was duly read.

Bridget McLaughlin Joseph Monaghan J. E. Monaghan Hugh McLaughlin
Mary McLaughlin John Sheehan Josephine Monaghan Margaret Monaghan
Mrs. John Kiley 

Martha Anne Monaghan

b. 23 December 1892
Last Edited9 Mar 2008
Birth*23 December 1892Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism2 January 1893St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "On the 2nd day of January 1893, we the undersigned, parish priest, have baptized Martha Anne, born in this parish on the 23rd of December last, daughte of the lawful marriage of Albert Monaghan, farmer of this parish and Mary Anne O’Rourke. The sponsors were Thomas Holton, farmer of this parish and Isabella Holton Cosgrove, his wife who with the father signed. This act was duly read.
Albert Monaghan Thomas Holton Isabella S. Holton Cosgrove

H. McGratty, priest.

Mary Anne Monaghan

b. 19 May 1859, d. 17 April 1860
Last Edited27 Apr 2005
Birth*19 May 1859Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism22 May 1859St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The godparents were Franxis Reynolds and Elizabeth Monaghan. 
Death*17 April 1860Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Witness: John Monaghan
Witness: Eleanor Madden
Burial*19 April 1860St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; by Father F. McDonnell, witnesses were Francis Reynolds and William Beaulieu.. 

Mary Jane Monaghan

b. 18 December 1858, d. 16 July 1859
Last Edited16 May 2005
Birth*18 December 1858Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism22 December 1858St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The godparents wereJames Simpson and Anne Monaghan. 
Death*16 July 1859Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged 7 months. 
Witness: John Monaghan
Witness: Jane Madden
Burial*17 July 1859St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The witnesses were John Hogan and John Davidson. 

Owen Monaghan

b. circa 1796, d. 20 December 1878
Last Edited21 Jul 2012
Birth*circa 1796Ireland; Burial records would place his birth at 1798. It's possible he was born in County Tyrone as he leaves in his will some money to a parish church there. 
Marriage*Jane Quinn 
Census*1851QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 55 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, and neighbor to Henry Brown and John Clark. Living with him:
"Jane Quinn", born Ireland, Catholic, age 60.
Edward Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 26.
Roger Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 23.
John Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 19.
Catherine Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28.
Jane Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 21.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 16.
Margaret Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 3
Maria Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 9 months.
Margaret Bethel, born Ireland, Catholic, Widow, age 65 (mother of Mary Delaney).
Maria Delaney, born Canada, age 24, Catholic. 
Witness: Jane Quinn
Witness: Edward Monaghan
Witness: Roger Monaghan
Witness: John Monaghan
Witness: Catherine Monaghan
Witness: Jane Monaghan
Witness: Anne Monaghan
(Witness) Death7 December 1860Jane Quinn; Quebec City, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged 70 years, wife of Owen Monaghan. 
Census*1861QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1861; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 67 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, living in a frame house, and neighbor to Robert Davidson and John Monaghan. Living with him:
"Edward Monaghan, son, born Ireland, Catholic, age 40.
Robert Monaghan, son, born Ireland, Catholic, age 38.
Catherine Monaghan, daughter, born Ireland, Catholic, age 42.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28. 
Witness: Edward Monaghan
Witness: Roger Monaghan
Witness: Anne Monaghan
Will*29 January 1863Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada;

29th January 1863
Last Will of Owen Monaghan
(widower of Jane Quinn)
From records of Notary Phillipe Huot
Record No. 3952
Transcribed from Quebec Archives Microfilm #4M01-5102

On this day the twenty ninth of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty three, before us the undersigned Notaries Public residing at the City of Quebec, personally came and appeared Owen Monaghan, Farmer, residing at Valcartier, who being in good bodily health and of sound and perfect mind, memory and understanding desired us the said Notaries to receive and write down his last will and testament which he instantly made, published, dictated and named unto us the said Notaries in manner and form following, that is to say:

I recommend my soul to Almighty God hoping for a free pardon and remission of all my sins.

I will and direct that all my just debts be paid and satisfied by my Executors hereinafter named as soon as convenient after my decease.

I give and bequeath unto the Priest or Curate of the Parish of Skillirsh [?] in the County of Tyrone, Ireland, the sum of twenty pounds currency to be by him distributed at his discretion amongst the poor of the said parish.

I give and bequeath unto Thomas Ferrand my son in law the sum of twenty five pounds currency.

I give and bequeath unto my son Edward Monaghan, the sum of fifty pounds currency and my half lot number seventeen on the Fourth Concession of Valcartier to be by him possessed in full & absolute property.

I give unto Catherine Monaghan widow of Thomas Clyne, the sum of thirty pounds currency.

I give and bequeath unto my youngest daughter Ann, the sum of thirty pounds currency.

I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane Monaghan wife of the said Thomas Ferrand, the sum of thirteen pounds currency.

I give and bequeath unto my sister Bridget Monaghan widow of the late Charles McElrone, the sum of five pounds currency.

I give and bequeath unto my son Roger Monaghan who is now in Beauport, in case only that he should recover from his [illness], the whole of the lot number fifteen of the Fourth Concession of Valcartier and should he not recover from his [illness] I give and bequeath the said lot number fifteen unto my said son Edward Monaghan & unto my two daughters Catherine & Ann Monaghan to be possessed and enjoyed jointly between them and in case they should not agree & could not enjoy the same equally together I will & direct in that case that the said lot be equally divided between them.

And as to the rest and residue of all my property real & personal, moveable & immoveable which I may die possessed of, I give and bequeath the same unto my above named children, Edward, Catherine, Ann, Jane (Roger in case he recovers) and my other son John, who has already received his share of my succession by the means of the sale which was granted unto him by deed passed before Phiiippe Huot & his colleague, Notaries Public at Quebec the twelfth day of June last, whom I institute my universal & residuary legatees, share & share alike between them.

Lastly, I do nominate and appoint Mr. Thomas Madden, Farmer, of Valcartier my friend, & the said Thomas Farrand, my son in law jointly & severally to be Executors of this my present last will and testament into whose hands I dispossess myself of all my property moveable and immoveable as customary, hereby revoking and making null and void all former wills & codicils at any time heretofore by me made declaring the present to be my only true last will and testament.

It was made, dictated and named word for word by the said Owen Monaghan, Testator, unto us the said Notaries at Quebec, in the office of Philippe Huot, where Charles Henry Andrews, his confrere came & was present all the time, on the day and year first above written; and the present last will and testament having been afterwards read over and over again lu et relu to the said Owen Monaghan, Testator, by Mtre. Philippe Huot in the presence of his said colleague, he the said Testator declared that he had perfectly heard & understood the same and persisted in the contents thereof and signed the same together with us, the said Notaries in faith and testimony of the premises as act under the number three thousand nine hundred and fifty two, after these presents had been twice duly read as aforesaid according yo law.

Two words erased are null.

Owen Monaghan, his signature;
C.H. Andrews, N.P., his signature;
P. Huot, N.P., his signature

Transcribed by Gerald Neville, June, 2011

Note by Patricia Balkcom: Owen died 15 years after writing this will. His son, Roger, predeceased him in 1863. 
(Witness) Death15 March 1864Roger Monaghan; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged about 37 years, son of Owen Monaghan and Jane Quinn. 
Death*20 December 1878Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged 80 years, widower of the late Jane Quinn of this parish... 
Burial*23 December 1878St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Present at the burial: Edward Monaghan, Patrick Cosgrove, and James Cullen. 

Family

Jane Quinn b. c 1790, d. 7 Dec 1860
Marriage*Jane Quinn 
Children 1.Edward Monaghan b. c 1822, d. 29 Dec 1899
 2.Catherine Monaghan b. c 1823
 3.Roger Monaghan b. c 1828, d. 15 Mar 1864
 4.Jane Monaghan b. c 1830
 5.John Monaghan+ b. c 1831, d. 26 Feb 1900
 6.Anne Monaghan b. c 1835, d. 23 Jan 1905

Owen Monaghan

Last Edited17 May 2005

Family

Child 1.Edward Monaghan+ b. c 1781, d. Dec 1847

Patrick Albert Anthony Monaghan

b. 13 June 1908
Last Edited6 Jan 2014
Birth*13 June 1908Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism22 June 1908St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Godparents were Martha Monaghan and William Fitzpatrick. 

Patrick John Monaghan

b. 7 March 1856
Last Edited16 May 2005
Birth*7 March 1856Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 
Baptism22 March 1856St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; The godparents were Francis and Elizabeth Reynolds. 

Roger Monaghan

b. circa 1828, d. 15 March 1864
Last Edited18 Oct 2005
Birth*circa 1828Ireland 
(Witness) Census1851Owen Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 55 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, and neighbor to Henry Brown and John Clark. Living with him:
"Jane Quinn", born Ireland, Catholic, age 60.
Edward Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 26.
Roger Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 23.
John Monaghan, born Ireland, labourer, Catholic, age 19.
Catherine Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28.
Jane Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 21.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 16.
Margaret Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 3
Maria Fitzsimmons, born Canada, Catholic, age 9 months.
Margaret Bethel, born Ireland, Catholic, Widow, age 65 (mother of Mary Delaney).
Maria Delaney, born Canada, age 24, Catholic. 
(Witness) Census1861Owen Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1861; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "Owen Monaghan"", a 67 year old farmer, Catholic, born in Ireland, living in a frame house, and neighbor to Robert Davidson and John Monaghan. Living with him:
"Edward Monaghan, son, born Ireland, Catholic, age 40.
Robert Monaghan, son, born Ireland, Catholic, age 38.
Catherine Monaghan, daughter, born Ireland, Catholic, age 42.
Anne Monaghan, born Ireland, Catholic, age 28. 
Death*15 March 1864Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Aged about 37 years, son of Owen Monaghan and Jane Quinn. 
Witness: Owen Monaghan
Burial*17 March 1864St-Gabriel-de-la-Valcartier Catholic Church, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; Witnesses were Martin Quinlan and John Reynolds. 

Thomas Monaghan

b. circa 1846
Last Edited22 Jun 2005
Birth*circa 1846Canada 
(Witness) Census1851John Monaghan, QUE Que Co Valcartier Census 1851; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "John Monaghan", farmer, born Ireland, Catholic, age 25, neighbor to Robert Mailhot and David Davidson. Living with him:
Margaret Donohoe Monaghan, born Canada, Catholic, age 20.
Thomas Monaghan, born Canada, Catholic, age 5. 

Angelique Monette

Last Edited17 Jan 2011
Married Name14 October 1925Carbray 
Marriage*14 October 1925James Carbray; Ste-Helene-Nun's Island, Montreal, Montreal County, Quebec, Canada 

John Patrick Monogue

b. 12 January 1950, d. 16 January 1950
Last Edited30 Nov 2006
RelationshipBrother of Patricia Ann Monogue
Birth*12 January 1950Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
BaptismJanuary 1950Wrote to St. Ann's Church, there is no record of baptism, it stated that he was probably baptised in the hospital or not at all. 
Death*16 January 1950Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; John died as a result of brain damage following a long and difficult labor. 
Burial*January 1950Holy Sepluchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Grave is unmarked - Section 2 West, Row 4, Lot 56. 

Madelyn Ann Monogue

b. 8 December 1934, d. 1 March 1997
Last Edited22 Jan 2014
RelationshipAunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
ChartsDescendants of Michael Cassin
Descendants of John O'Neill
Descendants of Thomas Holton
Address1960s-1990s88 King's Forest Drive, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
SSN*463-69-7607 
Occupation*Worked as a secretary at the Bank of Montreal, Hamilton and Hamilton Ornamental Ironworks and Carlton's Cleaning Carousel in Hamilton. 
Birth*8 December 1934Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Education*between 1940 and 1948St. Ann's Elementary School, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Address 1*February 194331 Huron Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Educationbetween 1948 and 1952Cathedral Commercial High School, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Married Name22 January 1955Daly 
Marriage*22 January 1955Paul Anthony Daly; St. Ann's Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
(Witness) Death18 November 1980Paul Anthony Daly; Florence Henderson Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Died of a sudden heart attack. 
Death*1 March 199788 King's Forest Drive, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Madelyn died of lung cancer after only being diagnosed 2 months earlier. 
Burial*3 March 1997Holy Sepluchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Madelyn is buried with her husband Paul in Section 23, Row 6, Lot 37. 

Mary Ann Monogue

b. 25 November 1923, d. 10 November 1993
Last Edited22 Jan 2014
RelationshipAunt of Patricia Ann Monogue
ChartsDescendants of Michael Cassin
Descendants of John O'Neill
Descendants of Thomas Holton
Birth*25 November 1923Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Address 1*February 194331 Huron Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Married NameLiss 
Marriage*Leonard Liss; Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Illness*Mary was plagued with narcolepsy most of her adult life. 
Death*10 November 199371 Blackwood Crescent, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Mary died of cancer of the bone which started in her leg. 

Family

Leonard Liss b. 27 Nov 1923, d. 28 Feb 1994
Marriage*Leonard Liss; Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 

Thomas John Mathew Monogue

b. 8 February 1898, d. 31 March 1969
Thomas John Monogue 1903, c1925, 1954
Last Edited19 Mar 2010
RelationshipGrandfather of Patricia Ann Monogue
ChartsDescendants of Michael Cassin
Descendants of John O'Neill
Descendants of Thomas Holton
Birth*8 February 1898Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Parents listed as Thomas Henry Monogue and Mary Ann Gibbons. 
Namesake*I assume that Thomas John Mathew was named after his father Thomas Henry Minogue, his maternal grandfather, John Gibbons, and his paternal grandfather, Mathew Minogue. 
(Witness) Census11 April 1901Thomas Henry Monogue; Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Thomas H. Monogue", HH #85, married, white, male, born 23 March 1871, 30 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, tailor, can read and write, worked past 12 months. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born 4 Aug. 1870, aged 30, born Ontario, Irish, Catholic.
Kathleen, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 6, Irish, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born 15 June. 1896 in Ont., aged 4, Irish, Catholic.
Thom. J. M., son, born 8 Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 3, Irish, Catholic.
Agnes, daughter, single, born 19 Jan. 1900 in Ont., under a year, Irish, Catholic. 
(Witness) Census1911Thomas Henry Monogue; Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; "Thom. Monogue", HH #65, in Barton Township, married, white, male, born March 1872, 39 years of age, born Quebec, Catholic, Irish, Canadian, clerk in the tailor business, can read and write, worked past 50 weeks. Living with him:
Mary, wife, born Aug. 1870, aged 40, born Ontario, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Catherine M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1895 in Ont., aged 16, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. Madeline, daughter, single, born June. 1896 in Ont., aged 14, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Thomas, son, born Feb. 1898, in Ontario, aged 13, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Agnes M., daughter, single, born Jan. 1900 in Ont., aged 11, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Elizabeth, daughter, single, born April. 1903 in Ont., aged 8, Irish, Canadian, Catholic.
Dorothy C., daughter, single, born Feb. 1908 in Ont., aged 3, Irish, Canadian, Catholic. 
Notecirca 1920Catherine Winnifred Cassin; Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Around 1920, the Cassin family was living at 112 Alpine Ave. Also around this time, we know that the Monogue family was living at 12 Hamilton Ave. (this address was given on Ann Minogue's death registration in 1924) which is a few blocks away. Tom was supposedly a friend of Catheine's brother, Bill. This proximity might have led to Catherine and Tom meeting and marrying in 1922. After they married they stayed in the same area, living on Concession Street and later E. 22nd Street. 
Marriage*21 November 1922Catherine Winnifred Cassin; Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Age listed as 24 for Thomas and 26 for Catherine. Marriage performed by Rev. James A. Kirby, witnesses were Thomas Cassin and Agnes Monogue. This was the original Sacred Heart Church which was a wooden structure, that today stands behind the current church. Thomas and Catherine were the first couple to be married in the old church. 
Note*1924Catherine Winnifred Cassin; Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Catherine lost her father in February of 1924 and Tom lost his grandmother in April of the same year. 
Note*25 October 1925St. Augustine of Canterbury, Montreal, Montreal County, Quebec, Canada; This is the signature in Ann Cassin's baptismal certificate - Thomas was the godfather.
Address2 January 1927Catherine Winnifred Cassin; 559 Concession, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; They lived in a white wooden duplex house. Mrs. Grundy lived upstairs and they lived downsatirs. Both Mary and Pat were born here. When they moved Lizzie and Walt moved in and Shirley was born here. 
Address*circa 193048 East 22nd Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; It's possible that Betty, Catherine,and Madeline might have been born while at this address. Pat started school at Sacred Heart Elementary. 
Residencecirca 1935Catherine Winnifred Cassin; 180 Grovesnor Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Residence*circa 1937Catherine Winnifred Cassin; 99 Trigina Ave., Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Address*circa 1938Catherine Winnifred Cassin; 31 Huron Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; They lived here until at least the mid-1950's.
31 Huron Street (1955)
Residencecirca 1938Catherine Winnifred Cassin; 194 Sturton Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; They found bedbugs here so they were here only about a month and then moved to Huron Street around the corner. 
Residencecirca 1958Catherine Winnifred Cassin; John Street (across from St. Joseph's Hospital), Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Tom and Catherine lived in this apartment building, and also Betty and Johnny Alpaugh lived downstairs in another one. They were living here when Peter was born. Some of the Daly family also had an apartment here. 
Residence*1960's - 1970'sCatherine Winnifred Cassin; 775 Concession Street, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada 
Occupation*between 1915 and 1963A newspaper article and picture was published upon Thomas' retirement. The articl stated:
"After toting mail to Hamiltonians for 47 years, Thomas Monogue, of 775 Concession Street, walked out of the main post office this week carrying his lighttest load ever.
But it was an important item - a scroll from Postmaster-general Ellen Fairclough.
And it marked an end to Mr. Monogue's role as the city's senior letter carrier.
This week he retired after walking more than 40,000 miles through Hamilton streets in those 47 years.
At a special ceremony Postmaster A. B. Morris commende Mr. Monogue's cheerful disposition and devotion to duty over each one of those miles.
Mr. Monogue delivered his first bag of mail in December, 1915.
Since then he's had a route inseveral parts of the city.
In the Kenilworth Avenue district, for instance, he delivered by horse and wagon over streets of cedar blocks. Once his horse almost collided with a train.
In the Caroline and Hess Street North area, Mr. Monogue numbered among his customers, the notorious Rocco Perri, whose mysterious disappearance has never been solved.
His next territory was the Mountain where for 11 years he daily walked 10 miles in an area bounded by Concession Stree, Fennel Avenue, Twenty-Third Street and Gage Avenue.
Mr. Monogue reached the Mountain by taking the spur line on the incline. For eight months, however, he had to climb the steps twice a day when transportation was not available.
For 19 years the old city hall and Market street were part of his route. He used to carry 1000 pieces of mail each day to city hall.
More recently, he has delivered mail each day to stores and businesses in the heart of downtown Hamilton.
Death*31 March 1969Ontario Hospital, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Cause of death was probably organic brain disorder.

The obituary read:
In Hamilton on Monday, March 31, 1969 Thomas J. Monogue aged 71 years. Beloved husband of Catherine Cassin, 775 Concession St., dear father of Mrs. Leonard Liss (Mary), Mrs. Walter Durka (Catherine), Mrs. Paul Daly (Madeline) all of Hamilton, Patrick Monogue, Orange, Texas, and Mrs. John Alpaugh (Betty), Ancaster. Brother of Agnes and Madeline Monogue, Mrs. Dorothy Peters, Mrs. Walter Young, all of Hamilton, also surviving are 19 grandchildren. Mr. Monogue was a letter carrier in Hamilton for 48 years, retiring in 1963. Funeral on Wednesday morning at 9:30am from the P.X. Dermody Funeral Home, 7 East Ave. South to Sacred Heart Church for Requiem Mass at 10 am. Recitation of the Rosary Tuesday evening at 8:30 pm. 
Burial*April 1969Holy Sepluchre Catholic Cemetery, Burlington, Halton County, Ontario, Canada; Section 21, Row 27. Lot 41 and 42, Grave 41.

Family

Catherine Winnifred Cassin b. 18 Apr 1894, d. 3 Dec 1979
Marriage*21 November 1922Catherine Winnifred Cassin; Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario, Canada; Age listed as 24 for Thomas and 26 for Catherine. Marriage performed by Rev. James A. Kirby, witnesses were Thomas Cassin and Agnes Monogue. This was the original Sacred Heart Church which was a wooden structure, that today stands behind the current church. Thomas and Catherine were the first couple to be married in the old church. 
Children 1.Mary Ann Monogue+ b. 25 Nov 1923, d. 10 Nov 1993
 2.Madelyn Ann Monogue+ b. 8 Dec 1934, d. 1 Mar 1997

Agnes Montgomery

b. December 1836, d. 22 May 1927
Last Edited5 Dec 2013
Married NameBoyd 
Birth*December 1836Date based on age in burial record. 
Marriage*1860John Boyd; Date of marriage is given in the 1861 Census for St. Edmond of Stoneham. 
Will*7 May 1901Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada;

7th May 1901
Last Will of Agnes Montgomery
Wife of John Boyd


From records of Notary Cyrille Renaud
No. 1988
Translated from the Original Will at the Quebec Archives



On this seventh day of May one thousand nine hundred and one, before me Cyrille Renaud, Public Notary, residing in the Parish of St. Ambroise of Jeune Lorette and George McNicoll and David McNicoll, both farmers residing in the said Parish of St. Gabriel of Valcartier, witnesses requested for the effects of these presents, personally appeared Agnes Montgomery, wife of John Boyd, Farmer residing in the Parish of St. Gabriel of Valcartier, who being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding hath requested us the said Notary and witnesses to write down and receive in due form of law her last will and testament which she has declared in form and manner following, that is to say:

1º I desire that all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses be paid by my executor hereinafter named as soon as possible after my death.

2º I give and bequeath to my son William Boyd, Farmer, residing with me in the Parish of Valcartier all my moveable and immoveable properties wherever the same may be found and to whatever the same shall amount hereby constituting my said son my universal legatee to the charge to pay to his sister Marguerite Ann Boyd the sum of one hundred dollars with interest in the summer.

I nominate, constitute and appoint my said son William Boyd as Executor of this said will and testament.

The present will was declared by the said Testatrix to the said Notary in presence of said witnesses and read by the Notary to the Testatrix in presence of said witnesses, who declared to understand it fully and persist therein.

Done and passed at St. Gabriel of Valcartier in the residence of the said Testatrix under Notarial Number one thousand nine hundred and eighty eight. And the Testatrix having declared her inability to sign her name has made her mark in presence of Notary and witnesses and by the Notary and witnesses in presence of the Testatrix and in presence of each other.

Ten words scratched out are void. Marginal note good.

Agnes Montgomery, her mark; George McNicoll, his signature; David McNicoll, his signature; Cy. Renaud, N.P., his signature

____________________________________________

Transcribed by Gerald Neville, 2011
Note by Patricia Balkcom: Agnes died 26 years later in 1927 so there may be another will. She and her husband wrote their wills a month before he died. The two children mentioned are the youngest of their seven known children.
 
(Witness) Death16 June 1901John Boyd; Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...aged 69 years..." 
Death*22 May 1927Church of England, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada; "...widow of the late John Boyd, a resident of Valcartier...aged ninety years and 5 months..." 
Burial*24 May 1927Christ Church Anglican Cemetery, Valcartier, Quebec County, Quebec, Canada 

Family

John Boyd b. c 1832, d. 16 Jun 1901
Marriage*1860John Boyd; Date of marriage is given in the 1861 Census for St. Edmond of Stoneham. 
Children 1.Eliza Jane Boyd b. c 1862
 2.John Boyd b. 19 Aug 1863
 3.Hugh Boyd b. c 1864
 4.Deborah Boyd b. 15 Jul 1865
 5.James Boyd b. c 1868
 6.William Boyd b. c 1870
 7.Margaret Ann Boyd b. 9 Apr 1875