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Jackson, Jessie Dorcas Milne 1904-1997

  • Family
  • 1904- c.1994

Jessie Dorcus Milne Jackson was born in 1904 to parents Katherine Mallinson and Francis Joseph Milne She married Harry Jackson on 19 June 1930 at St. Luke's Anglican Church in Magog, and had two children: Christine “Cathy” C. and Phillip G. They lived in various locations in Canada and the United States, however towards the end of her life she settled down in Hackettstown, New Jersey.

Auger, Leonard Arthur, 1893-1973

  • Person
  • 1893-1973

Leonard Arthur Auger was born 15 February 1893, in Magog, Que to parents Alfred Auger (1868-1950) and Ella Elmira Buzzell (1870-1934). On 25 November, 1915, Leonard married Clarida Darcy (1892-1969). Throughout his life, Leonard lived in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Quebec. He was employed as a personnel manager for Dominion Textile in Magog until his retirement in 1948. He also served on the Magog Protestant Board of School Commissioners. Leonard Auger became well known for his study of Indigenous and Eastern Townships history. He published several articles on his various history topics and lectured around the United States and Canada. He died on 25 January, 1973 and is buried with his wife in the Pine Hill Cemetery, Magog.

Warren, Herbert Hamilton, 1908-1987

  • Person
  • 1908-1987

Herbert Hamilton Warren was born on April 25, 1908 in Montreal to Alice Frances "Kitty" Rattray (1881-1968) and Herbert Lawrence Warren (1881-1952). He had two sisters: Henrietta Kathleen (Kay) (1911-2001), and Mary Hamilton Warren (1913-1960). Herbert Hamilton was Secretary Treasurer of Warrendale for most of his working life. He expanded to include the Belding-Corticelli Company, which included the factory in Coaticook, a lace factory in Ways Mills, a warehouse and a factory in St. Jean sur Richelieu. Herbert Hamilton became a director of Belding-Corticelli, Warrendale, the Montreal Quilting Company, and Iroquois Chemicals. Herbert died on January 9, 1987 in Ottawa.

Warren, Herbert Lawrence, 1881-1952

  • Person
  • 1881-1952

Herbert Lawrence Warren was born in London, Ontario on April 23, 1881 to Thomas Brimage Warren and Mary Martha Hamilton. He married Alice Frances Rattray, known as "Kitty," in 1907. Herbert and Alice had three children, all born in Montreal: Herbert Hamilton Warren (1908-1987), Henrietta Kathleen (Kay) (1911-2001), and Mary Hamilton Warren (1913-1960). In partnership with Mr. Dale, founded of the Warrendale Shirt Company in 1927. He was also involved with The Montreal Quilting Company. He died June 19 1952, in Cobourg, Ontario.

Milne, Harry Austin, 1906-1998

  • Person
  • 1906-1998

Harry Austin Milne was born on August 30, 1906 in Magog. He married Henrietta Kathleen (Kay) Warren in 1941 and together, they had two daughters: Catherine and Jean. Harry served overseas with the Sherbrooke Fusiliers during the Second World War. He spent his entire life in Magog, where he worked in the Engraving Room of the Dominion Textile Company for nearly fifty years. Harry died on December 29, 1998 at the Foyer du Sacre Coeur in Magog. He is buried in Pine Hill Cemetery in Magog.

Warren, Alice Frances Rattray, 1881-1968

  • Person
  • 1881-1968

Alice Frances Rattray, known as "Kitty," was born in Quebec City on September 14, 1881 to David Rattray and Henrietta Charlotte Ahern. She married Herbert Lawrence Warren in 1907. Herbert and Alice had three children, all born in Montreal: Herbert Hamilton Warren (25 April 1908- 9 January 1987, Ottawa), Henrietta Kathleen (Kay) (21 January 1911-5 April 2001, Magog), and Mary Hamilton Warren (16 February 1913- 2 July 1960, Magog). She died on April 19, 1968, in Magog.

Warren, Thomas Brimage, 1848-1904

  • Person
  • 1848-1904

Thomas Brimage Warren born 1848, to father George Goss Warren (d.1864) in England. He first married Frances Marian Beater December 2, 1868 in Devon, England. The couple had three children, Herbert Brimage (b.1870), Franklin “Frankie” Maple (b. 1872), and Florence “Florrie” (b.1874). Frances and two of their children died in 1875 of diphtheria, and are buried in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal. Florence was sent to England to be raised by her grandmother and aunt. Thomas Brimage Warren married a second time to Mary Martha Hamilton (b.1854) on June 16, 1880 in Ontario. He and Mary Martha had two children, Tom Hamilton (1883-1940) and Herbert Lawrence (1881-1950).
Thomas Brimage Warren came to Canada as a young man and through out his life lived in both Coburg Ontario and Montreal Quebec. In both Quebec and Ontario, he worked as a commission merchant, and even operated his own brokerage, Warren & Co in London, Ont. Thomas was also the editor in chief of “The Patriot” a newspaper printed out of Montreal during the late 1800s. In 1899, he authored Canada: The Land of the Bright and Happy Homes a book about his love of Canada and its development into a fully-fledged country.
Thomas Brimage Warren died on May 11, 1904 and is buried with his first wife in Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal.

Mallinson, Caroline, 1893-1962

  • Person
  • 1893-1962

Caroline Orchard “Carrie” Mallinson was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on 9 January, 1893 to parents Thomas Mallinson and Agnes Martha Orchard. She had one sister Edith Mallinson (1895-1965). Caroline Mallinson worked as a teacher in Ontario until her retirement. She died December 12, 1962 in Magog. Buried in Saint John’s Anglican Cemetery, South March, Ontario.

Warren, Mary Hamilton, 1913-1960

  • Person
  • 1913-1960

Mary Hamilton Warren was born on February 16, 1913 in Montreal to Alice Frances "Kitty" Rattray (1881-1968) and Herbert Lawrence Warren (1881-1952). She had one brother and one sister: Herbert Hamilton Warren (1908-1987), and Henrietta Kathleen (Kay) (1911-2001). Due to various health concerns, Mary Hamilton Warren spent most of her adult life living in Arizona. Though, she often exchanged letters with family and friends in Canada. Mary died on July 2, 1960 in Magog, she is buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Magog.

Heard, Capt. Edmund VI

  • Person
  • 1768-1830

Capt. Edmund VI Heard was born 16 February 1768, Worcester, Massachusetts Bay Colony, to parents Col. Edmund V Heard (1743-1814) and Sarah Willington (1743-1770). He was the oldest of two siblings, Sarah (1766-1849), and Luke VI (1770-1831) and two half-siblings, Samuel VI (1773-1815) and Hannah (1775-1831). As an adult, Edmund VI Heard signed up for the Worcester County Militia, and served under Capt. Ezra Sawyer. In 1792, Edmund VI Heard married Lucy Bennet (1774-1845). The couple had nine children, Edmund VIII (1795-1852), John Bennett VII (1797-1848), Lucy (1801-1873), Luke VII (1801-1873), Sarah (1803-1865), Tyler Wellington (1806-1877), Betsey Eaton (1810-1828), Leander Curtis (1813-1814), and Samuel Andrews VII (1815-1877). The family went on to settle in Newport Township, after Edmund VI’s father was able to secure a land grant for him in 1803. Just like his father, Edmund VI Heard, was instrumental to the establishment of Newport Township. He died 1830 and is buried in Maple Leaf Cemetery in Compton Quebec.

Heard, Lucy Bennett

  • Person
  • 1774-1845

Lucy Bennett Heard was born 5 January 1774 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. In 1792, she married Edmund Heard VI (1768-1830). The couple had nine children Edmund VII (1795-1852), John Bennett VII (1797-1848), Lucy (1801-1873), Luke VII (1801-1873), Sarah (1803-1865,) Tyler Wellington (1806-1877), Betsey Eaton (1810-1828), Leander Curtis (1813-1814), and Samuel Andrews VII (1815-1877). In 1803, the family, including a pregnant Lucy, traveled to Newport Township to join Edmund VI Heard’s father, brother, and sister, who had moved to the area in order to escape the persecution they faced as Loyalists. It is recorded that Lucy Bennett was an ardent gardener, which was used to supplement her family's diet. She died in 1845 and is buried in Maple Leaf Cemetery, Compton, Quebec.

Heard, Capt. Samuel VI

  • Person
  • 1773-1815

Capt. Samuel VI Heard was born 1773 in Massachusetts Bay Colony to parents Edmund V Heard (1743-1814) and Elizabeth Andrews. He had three half-siblings from his father’s previous marriage, Capt. Edmund Heard (1768-1830), Sarah Heard (1766-1849), and Luke VI Heard (1770-1831), and one full sister, Hannah Heard (1775-1831). Samuel VI moved to Newport with his father and sister, Hannah, in part to escape the persecution faced by Loyalists after the American War of Independence. Samuel VII Heard briefly returned to the United States to marry Miriam Gibbs. The couple had five children, Henry Herschel (1799-1860), Elizabeth Andrew (1803-1844), Samuel VII (1805-1887), Robert Power (1807-1860), and Miriam Gibbs (1815-1891). In Newport, Samuel VI Heard was an active member of the community, he was the captain of the Newport Militia, and regularly attended town meetings. He died in 1815 in Brompton Falls after his boat capsized, and is buried in Eaton Cemetery, Eaton, Quebec.

Heard, Capt. Edmund VII

  • Person
  • 1795-1852

Capt. Edmund VII Heard was born in 1795 in Lancaster, Massachusetts Bay Colony to parents Edmund VI Heard (1768-1830) and Lucy Bennett (1774-1845). He was the eldest of nine siblings, John Bennett VII (1797-1848), Lucy (1801-1873), Luke VII (1801-1873), Sarah (1803-1865), Tyler Wellington (1806-1877), Betsey Eaton (1810-1828), Leander Curtis (1813-1814), and Samuel Andrews VII (1815-1877). Edmund VII Heard was only eight years old when the family moved to Newport to escape the persecution faced by Loyalists in the aftermath of the American Revolution. In 1818, Edmund VII Heard married Mary Willard. The couple had three children, Mary Maria (1819-1898), Lucy Minerva (1824-1897), and Matilda Rosetta (1827-1870). Unfortunately, Mary Willard passed away in 1828. In 1831, Edmund VII Heard and Abigail Haskell (1797-1880) got married. Two more children resulted from this marriage, Edmund VIII Haskell (1836-1923), and Abigail Susanna. As an adult, Edmund VII Heard joined the militia and quickly was promoted from Ensign to Captain in 1831. During his military career he was involved in the suppression of the 1837 Lower Canada Rebellion. Edmund VII Heard also served as a grand juror for the Court of General Quarter Session of the Peace in 1824. Edmund VII Heard died in 1852 and is buried in Maple Leaf Cemetery Compton, Quebec.

Heard, Samuel Andrews VII

  • Person
  • 1815-1877

Samuel Andrews VII Heard was born 12 Nov, 1815 in Newport, Lower Canada to parents Edmund Heard VI (1768-1830) and Lucy Bennett (1774-1845). He was the youngest of eight siblings, Edmund VII (1795-1852), John Bennett Heard VII (1797-1848), Lucy (1801-1873), Luke VII (1801-1873), Sarah (1803-1865), Tyler Wellington (1806-1877), Betsey Eaton (1810-1828), Leander Curtis (1813-1814).In his teens, Samuel Andrews VII moved to Stanstead to pursue a further education, where he met Catherine Nash Hubbard. In 1838, the couple married and went on to have five children, Edward Payson Heard (1838-1899), Ellen Corilla (1840-1918), Lucy Jane (1844-1871), Laura Ann (1850-?), and Samuel Augustine VIII (1850-1910). The family went on to settle in Eaton, where Samuel Andrews VII Heard became the chairman of the school committee for Eaton Township and an elder at the Congregational Church in Eaton. Additionally, he opened a successful general store. Samuel Andrews VII was instrumental in the funding of a school in the Town of Maple Leaf. Samuel Andrews VII Heard died in 1877 in Sherbrooke, he is buried in the Eaton Cemetery, in Eaton, Quebec.

Heard, Luke VII Heard

  • Person
  • 1801-1873

Luke VII Heard was born 1801 in Lancaster, New England Colonies to parents Edmund Heard VI (1768-1830) and Lucy Bennett (1774-1845). He was the last child of Lucy Bennett to be born in the United States. He had nine siblings, Edmund VII (1795-1852), John Bennett VII (1797-1848), Lucy (1801-1873), Sarah (1803-1865), Tyler Wellington (1806-1877), Betsey Eaton (1810-1828), Leander Curtis (1813-1814), and Samuel Andrews VII (1815-1877). As a youth, Luke VII worked at a mill in Stanstead where he met Persis Hubbard (?-1887). The couple went on to marry and have five children, Lucy Gibson (1830- 1875), Achsah Hubbard (1834- 1897), Samuel IX Newell (1837-1906), George IV Gibson (1838-1907), Julia A. (1844-1864). The family settled on and farmed the land adjoining to his grandfather, Edmund V Heard’s, original plot. Just like his brother, Samuel Andrews VII, Luke VII was an advocate for education, as shown by his service on the first school committee for the combined townships of Newport, Eaton, Ditton, and Clifton. Luke VII Heard died on 18 November, 1873, and is buried at Maple Leaf Cemetery, Compton.

Hurd, Samuel Augustine, KC

  • Person
  • 1850-1910

Samuel Augustine Hurd, KC was born in 1850 in Newport Township to parents Samuel Andrews VII Heard (1815-1877) and Catherine Nash Hubbard (1816-1885). He was the youngest of five siblings, Edward Payson Heard (1838-1899), Ellen Corilla Heard (1840-1918), Lucy Jane Heard (1844-1871), and Laura Ann (1848-?). Many of the details of the life of Samuel Augustine Hurd have become lost to history, partially due to Samuel appears to have begun to go by his middle name, Augustine. Augustine Samuel Hurd became a lawyer and opened a practice, Hurd and Fraser, which was located on Rue Wellington Sud, Sherbrooke. He also became a member of the King’s Council. Augustine Samuel married Laura A. (maiden name unknown) (1847-1900) and they might have one daughter, Kathleen Brooks Hurd (1885-1906). Augustine Samuel Heard, KC died on 2 December, 1910, and is buried in the Elmwood Cemetery, Sherbrooke, Quebec.

Hurd, Abigail Haskell

  • Person
  • 1797-1880

Abigail Haskell Hurd was born in 1797 in Sawyerville, Que to unknown parents. In 1837, she and Edmund VII Heard got married after the death of Edmund’s first wife. On top of the three children Edmund VII had from his previous marriage, Mary Maria Heard (1819-1898,) Lucy Minerva Heard (1824-1897,) Matilda Rosetta Heard (1827-1870), the couple had two children Edmund VIII Haskell (1836-1923), and Abigail Susanna (1839-1910). Abigail Haskell Hurd died in 1880, and is buried in Maple Leaf Cemetery, Compton, Quebec.

Hurd, Augustus VII

  • Person
  • 1821-1905

Augustus VII Hurd was born in 1821 to parents Polly Sawyer (1804-1879) and John Bennett VII Heard (1797-1849) in Newport Township. He was the oldest of five siblings that made it to adulthood, Catherine Jennete (1825-1899), Gratia (1829-1874), Bartlett (1831-1852), Cyrus Alexander (1842-1919), and Mariad (1843-1914). In 1842, Augustus VII and Eliza Ann Planche (1821-1905) got married. The couple went on to have six children, John Bennett IX (1850–1907), Ella Jane (1853–1926), Edith A (1857–1920), Ellen M. (1861–1953), Eliza Mary (1863–1953), Augustus Frederick IX (1866–1956). The family lived and worked on the plot of land that had initially belonged to his grandfather, Capt. Edmund VI Heard. In addition to being a farmer, Augustus VII was a businessman, he bought and sold land, invested in road building. and operated a lumber business. Notably, it is also believed that Augustus VII and his wife were the first in the community of Maple Leaf to own a clock. Augustus VII Hurd died in 1905 and is buried at the Maple Leaf Cemetery, Compton, Quebec.

Hurd, Edmund VIII Haskell

  • Person
  • 1836-1923

Edmund VIII Haskell Hurd born in 1836 to parents Abigail Haskell and Edmund VII in Newport Township. He had one sibling, Abigail Susanna (1839-1910), and three siblings, Mary Maria (1819-1898), Lucy Minerva (1824-1897), Matilda Rosetta (1827-1870). In 1842, Edmund Haskell VIII and Eliza McCurdy (1842-1888) got married. The couple went on to have four children, Laura Abigail Hurd (1865-1942), Mary Maria Hurd (1870-1938), Sarah Eliza Hurd (1875-1960), Jesse Minerva Hurd (1878-1957). The family cultivated a farm with a herd of sheep and Ayrshire cattle. Edmund Haskell VIII developed a love of woodworking throughout his life, he had a large woodshop built on his farm, and regularly made his own farming equipment and furniture. Edmund Haskell VIII’s neighbors would also often call upon him to fix broken tools and equipment. After the death of Eliza McCurdy of tuberculosis in 1888, Edmund Haskell VIII got married a second time to Arlene Whitcomb Stevenson (1842-1907) in 1892. He died in 1923 and is buried in the Maple Leaf Cemetery, Compton, Quebec.