Captain George Thew BURKE (100th Regiment of Foot) and Lydia GRANT
Also the FOGARTY surname (since 1822) in Nepean and Goulbourn Townships

February 6, 2009: (new photo)
Photo of George Thew Burke Source: A. Barry Roberts, For King and Canada, page 198 Picture of George Thew Burke
Surnames: Burke, Fogarty, Grant Looking for any information on the Burkes of Richmond, ON. George Thew Burke was born in Tipperary, Ireland in 1776. Came to Canada as a Captain in the 100th Regiment of Foot in 1805. Married Lydia Grant, probably in Ireland , although their first child, Robert George was not born until 1808. Any info would be appreciated. Willing to share what I have... Bob Foley
Hello Bob My name is Taylor Kennedy and I am researching the Kennedy's in Nepean, Huntley etc. Mary Kennedy daughter of William Kennedy and Isabella Watt of Nepean married Andrew FOGARTY. So I visited the archives and searched for their childrens birth dates etc. I made notes as to where they lived which in the beginning, was con.4, lot 20, Nepean then around 1880 they moved into my gggrandfathers [William Kennedy] farm, con. 3, lot 16. Now here's an interesting note, is that Daniel Fogarty also resided on con. 4, lot 20 with Andrew. Daniel was married to Margaret O'Grady and I sourced their children also. I was thinking that maybe Andrew and Daniel were brothers. I also recorded Catherine Teresa Fogarty b.1832 and d.1861, Lydia Anne Fogerty b. 1835 and d.Nov. 01, 1857. Catherine Mary Fogarty b.1838 and d.Jan.02, 1862, Mary Emily Burke Fogarty b.1842 and d.Aug.04,1864,My Andrew Fogarty b.1845 and d.Apr.30, 1921 and of course Daniel b.1840 and d.June 29, 1926. (Andrew Fogarty and Mary moved onto William Kennedy's farm in 1880 when he was sick. Mary died around the age of 35 and Andrew married again to Ellen Driscoll.) When I took tombstone pictures at St. Patricks in Nepean, I have one for 3 of Daniels children with 2 others. One being George Burke Fogarty b. 1879 and d.1923. The other additional child was Rose Ann Fogarty, not belonging to Andrew because his Rose Ann was born 1878. This Rose Ann was born 1869 so I assumed she was one of Daniels. So in short, Andrew and Daniel shared a farm, conc. 4, lot 20. Daniel has children named after George Burke. I think we may have a distant connection here. Please help me if you have any information linking the above. Many thanks. Taylor Kennedy.
My GGGgrandfather was George Thew Burke born 1776 in Tipperary, Ireland; died February 2, 1854. He married Lydia Anne Grant, 1788-1825. His daughter Catherine Lydia, 1814-1844, married Phillip B. Fogarty. their children were Catherine Theresa, Lydia and Emily. Sounds like this could be a match... Bob Foley
Hello Bob I hope you have received the information I sent you last week. I was going through some records and here's some info. that you might want if you do not have it. St. Patricks Cemetery in Fallowfield Plot # 172 Sacred to the memory of Mary Emily Burke Fogarty, died August 04, 1864, AE 22 yrs. And of Catherine Teresa Fogarty, died October 21, 1861 AE 29 yrs. Errected by their aunt, M.E. McDonell Plot # 173 Sacred to the memory of Lydia Anne Fogarty, the beloved wife of John McDonell, who died in Ottawa, November 01, 1857, aged 22 years. Catherine Louisa, daughter of John & Lydia McDonell, died August 31, 1857, aged 10 months. Taylor Kennedy The above messages were posted to the Carleton County Genweb List
Good Morning Taylor: The papers you sent me on Richard Forrest are real interesting. Where the heck do these come from? I thought you had to go to the local court house or somewhere like that to get wills. It took me a long time yesterday but I finally found the paper with Daniel Fogarty. This is a breakthrough for me as it ties my own family in with the Nepean folks. I'm going to try and sort them out today Sullivans, Byrnes in Nepean with my Sullivans, Burns and Christophers across the river in Osgoode. A Daniel Fogarty is listed on this page: (Patrick Sullivan, my GGGGrandfather) www.bytown.net/patsull.htm No age is given (it came from the church records). Any idea which Daniel Fogarty it is? Thanks again... Al (still looking at the Cunningham connection)
You might find the tie of Fogarty > O'Grady > Sullivan > Burns , Byrnes I have attached text format of all Burns and Byrnes in St. Patricks in Fallowfield. It might help but it also doesn't hurt. I know of 3 Daniel Fogartys. Daniel M. b. 1870 d. 1905 so he was too young for the marriage. Daniel Fogarty b. 1800 d. 1861. Gone before the marriage. That leaves Daniel Fogarty husband of Margaret O'Grady, b. 1840 d. 1926. Good candidate here. This could be the first game loss for the Senators, hee hee. Keep well Until next time Taylor
November 18, 2001 All of this is from Taylor Kennedy (who is getting ahead of me) Descendants of Mr. Fogarty Generation No. 1 1. MR.1 FOGARTY. Children of MR. FOGARTY are: 2. i. DANIEL2 FOGARTY, b. Abt. 1800, Ireland; d. February 15, 1861, Nepean, Ontario. 3. ii. BRINE FOGARTY, b. Abt. 1816, Ireland. 4. iii. PHILIP FOGARTY, b. Abt. 1821, Ireland. Generation No. 2 2. DANIEL2 FOGARTY (MR.1) was born Abt. 1800 in Ireland, and died February 15, 1861 in Nepean, Ontario. He married ROSE ANN ?? Unknown in ?. Notes for DANIEL FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Daniel not listed in this census. Notes for ROSE ANN ??: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Rose Ann's age as being 60 years old making her birth year about 1801. Children of DANIEL FOGARTY and ROSE ?? are: i. CATHERINE TERESA3 FOGARTY, b. 1832, ?; d. October 21, 1861, Nepean, Ontario. ii. LYDIA ANNE FOGARTY, b. 1835, ?; d. November 01, 1857, Nepean, Ontario. 5. iii. CARHERINE MARY FOGARTY, b. 1838, Nepean, Ontario; d. January 02, 1862, Nepean, Ontario. 6. iv. DANIEL FOGARTY, b. February 23, 1839, Nepean, Ontario; d. June 29, 1926, Nepean, Ontario. v. MARY EMILY BURKE FOGARTY, b. 1842, ?; d. August 04, 1864, Nepean, Ontario. vi. ELIZABETH FOGARTY, b. 1844. Notes for ELIZABETH FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Elizabeth's age as being 17 years old making her birth year about 1844. 7. vii. ANDREW FOGARTY, b. 1845, Unknown; d. April 30, 1921, Nepean, Ontario. 3. BRINE2 FOGARTY (MR.1) was born Abt. 1816 in Ireland. He married BRIDGET ??. Children of BRINE FOGARTY and BRIDGET ?? are: i. BRIDGET3 FOGARTY, b. 1831. ii. PATRICK FOGARTY, b. 1832. iii. THOMAS FOGARTY, b. 1835. iv. MARGARET FOGARTY, b. 1837. v. MICHAEL FOGARTY, b. 1839. vi. ANNIE FOGARTY, b. 1840. vii. JAMES FOGARTY, b. 1844. viii. BARNEY FOGARTY, b. 1846. 4. PHILIP2 FOGARTY (MR.1) was born Abt. 1821 in Ireland. He married ANN MONAHAN Abt. 1850, daughter of PATRICK MONAHAN and MARY BURNS. Notes for PHILIP FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Philips age as being 35 years old making his birth year about 1826. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Philip's age as being 50 years old making his birth year about 1821. Notes for ANN MONAHAN: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Ann's age as being 29 years old making her birth year as 1832. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Ann's age as being 38 years old making her birth year about 1833. Children of PHILIP FOGARTY and ANN MONAHAN are: i. MARY3 FOGARTY, b. May 1851. Notes for MARY FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Mary's age as being 9 years old making her birth year about 1852. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Mary's age as being 20 years old making her birth year about 1851. More About MARY FOGARTY: Baptism: May 26, 1851, St. Patricks Church in Fallowfield ii. PATRICK FOGARTY, b. July 03, 1854. Notes for PATRICK FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Patrick's age as being 4 years old making his birth year about 1857. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Patrick's age as being 17 years old making his birth year about 1854. More About PATRICK FOGARTY: Baptism: July 11, 1854, St. Patricks Church in Fallowfield iii. BARTHOLOMEW PHILIP FOGARTY, b. August 07, 1856. Notes for BARTHOLOMEW PHILIP FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Philips age as being 3 years old making his birth year about 1858. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Philip's age as being 14 years old making his birth year about 1857. More About BARTHOLOMEW PHILIP FOGARTY: Baptism: August 24, 1856, St. Patricks Church in Fallowfield iv. JOHN FOGARTY, b. November 22, 1858. Notes for JOHN FOGARTY: From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Not listed on census. More About JOHN FOGARTY: Baptism: December 07, 1858, St. Patricks Church in Fallowfield v. MARGARET ANNE FOGARTY, b. May 21, 1861. Notes for MARGARET ANNE FOGARTY: From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Margaret's age as being 10 years old making her birth year about 1861. More About MARGARET ANNE FOGARTY: Baptism: June 15, 1861, St. Patricks Church in Fallowfield vi. TERENCE FOGARTY, b. March 26, 1871. Notes for TERENCE FOGARTY: From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 22 & 23 shows Terrance's age as being 1 month old making his birth year 1871. vii. JOHN JAMES FOGARTY, b. January 23, 1874. Generation No. 3 5. CARHERINE MARY3 FOGARTY (DANIEL2, MR.1) was born 1838 in Nepean, Ontario, and died January 02, 1862 in Nepean, Ontario. She married OLIVER PAUL Abt. 1860, son of PROSPHERE PAUL and ??. Child of CARHERINE FOGARTY and OLIVER PAUL is: i. PROSPHERE NOEL4 PAUL, b. December 18, 1861. Notes for PROSPHERE NOEL PAUL: Baptized on December 22, 1861 at St. Patricks Church in Fallowfield. Witnesses were Prosphere Paul and Elizabeth Fogarty. 6. DANIEL3 FOGARTY (DANIEL2, MR.1) was born February 23, 1839 in Nepean, Ontario, and died June 29, 1926 in Nepean, Ontario. He married MARGARET O'GRADY Abt. 1868 in Ottawa, Ontario, daughter of RODERICK O'GRADY and HANORA SPAIN. Notes for DANIEL FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Daniels age as being 20 years old making his birth year about 1841. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, pages 25 & 26 shows Daniel's age as being 31 years old making his birth year about 1840. From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Daniels age as being 57 years old making his birth year about 1834. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Daniel's age as being 67 years old and being born February 23, 1839. Notes for MARGARET O'GRADY: From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, pages 25 & 26 shows Margaret's age as being 28 years old making her birth year about 1843. From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Margaret's age as being 47 years old making her birth year about 1844. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Margaret's age as being 57 years old and born December 10, 1843. Children of DANIEL FOGARTY and MARGARET O'GRADY are: i. ROSE ANN4 FOGARTY, b. February 11, 1869, Nepean, Ontario; d. 1952, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for ROSE ANN FOGARTY: Taken from tombstone, St. Patricks Church cemetery, Fallowfeild. Buried with other siblings. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, pages 25 & 26 shows Rose Ann's age as being 2 years old and making her birth year about 1869. From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Rose Ann's age as being 22 years old and being born about 1869. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Rose Ann's age as being 32 years old and being born February 11, 1869. ii. DANIEL M. FOGARTY, b. August 15, 1870, Nepean, Ontario; d. 1905, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for DANIEL M. FOGARTY: From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, pages 25 & 26 shows Daniel's age as being 8 months old and making his birth year about 1870. From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Daniel's age as being 20 years old making his birth year about 1871. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Daniel's age as being 30 years old and being born August 15, 1870. iii. MARY MARGARET FOGARTY, b. May 01, 1872, Nepean, Ontario; d. 1957, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for MARY MARGARET FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 7, Reg. # 004491. Mary Margaret Fogarty born May 01, 1872 to Daniel Fogarty and Margaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4 From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Mary Margaret's age as being 18 years old making her birth year about 1873. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Mary Margaret's age as being 28 years old and being born May 01, 1872. iv. JOHN FOGARTY, b. February 27, 1874, Nepean, Ontario; d. Unknown, ?. Notes for JOHN FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 15, Reg. # 002375. John Fogarty born February 27, 1874 to Daniel Fogarty and Magaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4, Nepean From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows John's age as being 16 years old making his birth year about 1875. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows John's age as being 26 years old and being born February 28, 1874. v. CATHERINE MARY FOGARTY, b. October 02, 1875, Nepean, Ontario; d. 1965, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for CATHERINE MARY FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 19, Reg. 002372. Catherine Mary Fogarty born October 02, 1875 to Daniel Fogarty and Margaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4. Nepean From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Catherine's age as being 15 years old making her birth year about 1876. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Catherine's age as being 25 years old and being born October 02, 1875. vi. ISABELLA FOGARTY, b. September 04, 1876, Nepean, Ontario; d. Unknown, ?. Notes for ISABELLA FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 19, Reg.# 2376. Isabella Fogarty born September 04, 1876 to Daniel Fogarty and Margaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4. Nepean From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows No record of Isabella with this family. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows No record of Isabella with this family. vii. ANDREW MICHAEL FOGARTY, b. May 23, 1877, Nepean, Ontario; d. January 05, 1961, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for ANDREW MICHAEL FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 27, Reg. # 003506. Andrew Michael Fogarty born May 23, 1877 to Daniel Fogarty and Margaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4. Nepean From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Andrew's age as being 13 years old making his birth year about 1878. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Andrew's age as being 23 years old and being born May 23, 1877. viii. GEORGE BURKE FOGARTY, b. 1879, Nepean, Ontario; d. 1923, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for GEORGE BURKE FOGARTY: Taken from tomstone, St. Patricks Church cemetery in Fallowfeild. Buried with other brothers and sisters. From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows George's age as being 11 years old making his birth year about 1880. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows George's age as being 21 years old and being born February 27, 1879. ix. AUSTIN RODERICK FOGARTY, b. January 28, 1882, Nepean, Ontario; d. Unknown, ?. Notes for AUSTIN RODERICK FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 53, Reg. # 004057. Austin Roderick Fogarty born January 28, 1882 to Daniel Fogarty and Margaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4. Nepean From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Austin's age as being 9 years old making his birth year about 1882. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Austin's age as being 19 years old and being born January 28, 1882. x. SIMON FOGARTY, b. July 22, 1884, Nepean, Ontario; d. Unknown, ?. Notes for SIMON FOGARTY: Birth registration from The Ontario Archives ; MS929, Reel # 69, Reg. 206219. Listed as a late entry in 1885 with Reg. # 006219. Simon Fogarty born July 22, 1884 to Daniel Fogarty and Margaret O'Grady. Lot 20, conc. 4. Nepean From the 1891 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, pages 20 & 21 shows Simon's age as being 7 years old making his birth year about 1884. From the 1901 census for District 55, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 1, shows Simon's age as being 17 years old and being born July 15, 1883. 7. ANDREW3 FOGARTY (DANIEL2, MR.1) was born 1845 in Unknown, and died April 30, 1921 in Nepean, Ontario. He married (1) ELLEN J. DRISCOLL. He married (2) MARY KENNEDY November 24, 1869 in St Patricks Church in Ottawa, Ontario, daughter of WILLIAM KENNEDY and ISABELLA WATT. Notes for ANDREW FOGARTY: From the 1861 census for District 78, Carleton County, shows Andrew's age as being 15 years old making his bith year about 1846. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 26 shows Andrew's age as being 24 years old and making his birth year about 1847. Buried at St. Patricks cemetery in Fallowfield, Ottawa Registration of marriage from The Ontario Archives ; MS932 Reel # 1 page 44, Andrew Fogarty, age 24 of Nepean married Mary Kennedy, age 22 of Nepean November 24, 1869 by Rev. Peter O'Connell. Parents of Andrew are Daniel and Rose Fogarty. Parents of Mary are William and Eliza Kennedy. { as stated on the document } Witnesses were William Brennan and Judith Houlahan. religious denomination as Roman Catholic. More About ANDREW FOGARTY: Burial: April 30, 1921, St. Patricks cemetery in Nepean Notes for ELLEN J. DRISCOLL: Buried with Mary Kennedy at St. Patricks in Fallowfield, Ottawa More About ELLEN J. DRISCOLL: Burial: February 10, 1895, St Patricks cemetery in Nepean Notes for MARY KENNEDY: In the 1851 Nepean Township census, enumeration district 2, pg. 53, her next age birthday is listed as 5 In the 1861 Nepean census, enumeration district 1, pg. 3, she is listed as age 15. From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 26 shows Mary's age as being 24 years old making her birth year about 1847. Fallowfield Parish register ; 1883-04-02 burial of Mary Kennedy, wife of Andrew Fogarty. More About MARY KENNEDY: Burial: April 02, 1883, St. Patricks cemetery in Nepean Children of ANDREW FOGARTY and MARY KENNEDY are: i. CATHERINE MARY4 FOGARTY, b. 1870, Nepean, Ontario; d. July 22, 1891, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for CATHERINE MARY FOGARTY: From the 1871 census for District 78, Carleton County, sub District "A", Div. 4, page 26 shows Catherine's age as being 7 months old making her birth year about 1870. ii. DANIEL PATRICK FOGARTY, b. March 18, 1872, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for DANIEL PATRICK FOGARTY: Fallowfield Parish register ; 1872-04-07 ; baptism of Patrick Fogarty, born March 18, 1872 to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy Registration of birth at The Ontario Archives ; MS929 Reel # 7 Reg. # '004468 born to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy. Lot 20 Concession 4 in Nepean Township. Born March 18, 1872. iii. WILLIAM FOGARTY, b. January 28, 1874, Nepean, Ontario; m. THERESE CHARTRAND, October 30, 1907, Aylmer, Quebec. Notes for WILLIAM FOGARTY: Registration of birth at The Ontario Archives ; MS929 Reel # 15 Reg. 002358. William Fogarty born January 28, 1874 to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy. Lot 20 , concession 4. 8. iv. ROSE ANN FOGARTY, b. August 28, 1878, Nepean, Ontario; d. Unknown, ?. v. ANDREW JAMES FOGARTY, b. April 26, 1880, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for ANDREW JAMES FOGARTY: Fallowfield Parish register ; 1880-06-06 ; baptism of Andrew James Fogarty, born on April 26, 1880 to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy Registration of birth at The Ontario Archives ; MS929 Reel # 47 Reg. # 203832 listed under 1981 birth listings as a delayed entry as Reg. # 003832. Andrew James Fogarty born December 27, 1880 to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy. Lot 16, concession 3. Please note they moved onto Williams & Isabellas farm at this time. vi. ELIZABETH FOGARTY, b. July 24, 1882, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for ELIZABETH FOGARTY: Registration of the birth at The Ontario Archives ; MS929 Reel # 53, Reg. # 004147 for Elizabeth Fogarty born July 24, 1882 to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy. Lot 16, concession 3. Generation No. 4 8. ROSE ANN4 FOGARTY (ANDREW3, DANIEL2, MR.1) was born August 28, 1878 in Nepean, Ontario, and died Unknown in ?. She married MR. DERVIN Bet. 1900 - 1902. Notes for ROSE ANN FOGARTY: Fallowfield Parish register ; 1878-05-12 ; baptism of Rosanna Fogarty, born April 28, 1878 to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy Registration of birth at The Ontario Archives ; MS929 Reel # 32 Reg. # '003201. Rose Ann born to Andrew Fogarty and Mary Kennedy April 28, 1878. Lot 20 , concession 4 in Nepean Township. Child of ROSE FOGARTY and MR. DERVIN is: i. MURIEL5 DERVIN, b. Bet. 1900 - 1904, Nepean, Ontario. Notes for MURIEL DERVIN: My Aunt Rita remembers her aunt Lil talking a lot about the Dervins. When aunt Rita was 8-9 years in age she went to Our Lady Elementry School and Muriel Dervin was a teacher there. Estimated in her twenties. The school was across the street from St. Brigids Church, presently abandoned this day of September 06, 2000. ... Taylor Kennedy
November 28, 2001 Hi Al Where do I start? Okay, Bruce (Dr. Bruce Elliott) states I am somewhat wrong in the info. regarding Fogarty's. I agree somewhat. Brine (Bryan) may or may not be a brother to Daniel & Philip, but Dan & Phil are very closely related, almost like brothers, based on living sections, names of children, and according to the 1842 census, they both are living together and arrived in Canada about 1829, same time my William did. The girls, Catherine Teresa, Mary Emily and Lydia Anne were placed with Daniel Sr. from an 1851 census that I can't find right now. Amongst them were Timothy Fogarty who arrived circa 1834, Bryan Fogarty who arrived circa 1830 and James Fogarty the Plasterer who arrived circa 1841. St. Patricks Church Cemetery has 3 major Fogarty plots. Two of which I have identified. The third beloging to the Burkes / Fogarty clan. (see notes from Bob Foley). The following jpegs will show 2 of the plots and who belongs to who for clarification. take care Taylor

December 3, 2001 Dear Dr. B. Elliott My name is Taylor Kennedy. I am descended from William Kennedy who resided on Concession 3, Lot 16. He arrived in Canada circa 1832 as he married in 1833 in Notre Dame, Ottawa to Isabella Watt that believe to be the daughter of James Watt and Judy. James was a soldier listed in the 1851 census. Isabella was born in the West Indies. Williams daughter, Mary Kennedy, married Andrew Fogarty, son of Daniel and Rose ???. Through my researches since Feb. 2000, I have come across Fogarty alot. Trying to connect pieces. Both Daniel Jr. and Andrew were brothers. Daniel Sr. and Philip, were they brothers? They appear in the 1842 census as arriving circa 1832 also, and living together. From Bob Foley, I received information without facts that Philip Fogarty married Catherine Lydia Burke, daughter of George Thew Burke, but again, nothing factual. I have recovered the Last Will & Testaments of George Robert Burke (suppose to be son of George Thew Burke) and his daughter Catherine Lydia Burke. This follows. I visit the archives so often, they should have me on payroll, he he. My understanding is that George Thew Burke Sr. and his wife Lydia Grant are buried at St Philips in Richmond. I have visited there as yet. However, this is what I have so far on the Burkes. If you wish sanned copies of the wills, I would be happy to send them. Take care Taylor Kennedy Descendants of George Thew Burke Note: There is a picture of George T. Burke in Bruce Elliott's Irish Migrants in the Canadas. Generation No. 1 1. GEORGE THEW1 BURKE was born Abt. 1776 in Tipperary,Ireland, and died February 02, 1854 in Carleton,Ontario. He married LYDIA ANNE GRANT Unknown in ?. Children of GEORGE BURKE and LYDIA GRANT are: 2. i. CATHERINE LYDIA2 BURKE, b. Abt. 1814, ?; d. Abt. 1844, ?. 3. ii. GEORGE ROBERT BURKE, b. 1808, ?; d. April 26, 1872, Carleton,Ontario. Generation No. 2 2. CATHERINE LYDIA2 BURKE (GEORGE THEW1) was born Abt. 1814 in ?, and died Abt. 1844 in ?. She married PHILLIP B. FOGARTY Unknown in ?. Children of CATHERINE BURKE and PHILLIP FOGARTY are: i. CATHERINE TERESA3 FOGARTY, b. Abt. 1832, Carleton,Ontario; d. October 21, 1861, Carleton,Ontario. 4. ii. LYDIA ANNE FOGARTY, b. Abt. 1835, Carleton,Ontario; d. November 01, 1857, Carleton,Ontario. iii. MARY EMILY BURKE FOGARTY, b. Abt. 1842, Carleton,Ontario; d. August 04, 1864, Carleton,Ontario. 3. GEORGE ROBERT2 BURKE (GEORGE THEW1) was born 1808 in ?, and died April 26, 1872 in Carleton,Ontario. He married MARGARET FOGARTY Unknown in ?, daughter of FOGARTY. Notes for GEORGE ROBERT BURKE: UNTO THE SURROGATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF CARLETON : The Petition of Thomas Hunton of the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, merchant, and James Fraser of the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, Deputy Clerk of the Crown Humbly Sheweth : That George Robert Burke, late of the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, Division Court Clerk deceased, died on or about the Twenty - Sixth day of April A.D. 1872, at the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, and that the said deceased at the time of his death had his fixed place of abode at the said City of Ottawa, in the said County of Carleton. That the said deceased in his lifetime duly made his Last Will & Testament, bearing the date Twenty - Second day of April A.D. 1872. That your petitioners are the executors named in the said Will. That the value of the personal estate and effects of the said deceased, which he in anyway died possessed of, or entitled to, and for and in respect to which a probate of the said Will is to be granted are of or about the value of ELEVEN HUNDRED & SIXTY FIVE dollars to the best of your petitioners knowledge and belief. Wherefore your petitioners pray that Probate of the said Will of the said deceased may be granted to them by this Honorable Court. Dated the Seventh day of June A.D., 1872. signed by Thomas Hunton & James Fraser in the presence of Robert Lees, commissioner in B.R., County of Carleton. This is the last will and testament of me George Robert Burke of the City of Ottawa in the County of Carleton and Province of Ontario. Division Court Clerk made whilst I am of sound mind, memory and understanding hereby revoking all wills by me at any time heretofore made. I do will devise and bequeath all my real and personal estate whatsoever of which I may die possessing or entitled to unto Thomas Hunton of Ottawa aforesaid Carleton and James Fraser of the same place. Deputy Clerk of the Crown, his survivors of them his and their heirs Executors and Administrators upon trust to collect in all monies due or accruing due to me and to convert my personal estate into monies if required and as they shall think fit and after payment of my first debts, restitution and funeral expenses, and any other expenses that they may be put to in clearing up my affairs, to transfer make over and pay unto my daughter Lizzie Anne McKenzie of Ottawa, widow of the late Andrew McKenzie, all and singular the rest and residue of my said estate monies and effects of what nature so ever , to and for her sole and only use for ever long, I do hereby appoint the said Thomas Hunton and James Fraser , Executors of this my said last will and testament with full power in the settlement of my affairs to release or compound any debts owing to me and give time for the payment there of and to adjust and compromise any claims that may be against my estate and generally to act as in their discretion that they may think fit being only chargeable with such monies as they shall respectfully receive. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty second day of April in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seventy two. Signed and sealed by the said George Robert Burke the testator as and for his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in presence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses, the same being first read over and explained. Children of GEORGE BURKE and MARGARET FOGARTY are: i. MARY ANN3 BURKE, b. February 05, 1836, Carleton,Ontario; d. March 05, 1836, Carleton,Ontario. Notes for MARY ANN BURKE: Birthdate provided by Bob Foley. ii. CATHERINE LYDIA BURKE, b. Bet. 1830 - 1840, Carleton,Ontario; d. June 01, 1872, Carleton,Ontario. Notes for CATHERINE LYDIA BURKE: UNTO THE SURROGATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF CARLETON : The Petition of Lizzie Anna McKenzie of the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, widow. Humbly Sheweth : That Catherine Lydia Burke, late of the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, spinster deceased, died on or about the First day of June A.D. 1872, at the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton, and that the said deceased at the time of her death had her fixed place of abode at the said City of Ottawa, in the said County of Carleton. That the said deceased in her lifetime duly made her Last Will & Testament, bearing the date Fifthteenth day of April A.D. 1872. That your petitioner is the executorix named in the said Will & Codicial. That the value of the personal estate and effects of the said deceased, which she in anyway died possessed of, or entitled to, and for and in respect to which a probate of the said Will is to be granted are of or about the value of FOUR THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FOUR dollars to the best of your petitioner's knowledge and belief. Wherefore your petitioner pray that Probate of the said Will of the said deceased may be granted to her by this Honorable Court. Dated the Seventh day of June A.D., 1872. signed by Lizzie A. McKenzie in the presence of J. Fraser, registrar, County of Carleton. I Catherine Lydia Burke of the City of Ottawa, in the County of Carleton and Province of Ontario. Spinster being weak of body but of sound mind do hereby make and declare this my last Will and Testament as follows. I will and bequeath to my dearly beloved sister Lizzie A. McKenzie, of the City of Ottawa in the County and Province aforesaid, widow of the late Andrew McKenzie M. D. late of the City of Ottawa, in the County & Province aforesaid or in the event of her death to be equally divided amongest the children of my brother George Thew and my sister Lizzie A. McKenzie's child Laura. Share and share alike all and every sum or sum's of money now and for a conciderable time past in the the hands of the present ???? of Thomas Hunton and son which sum or sum's of money I can of at present say to what it accounts but will now particularly be shown by their Books of Accounts as will as by a certain pass Book made by them and was in my possession also my shares that maybe in my name in the Montreal and Ottawa (Hocudamized)(hard to read) Road Company and any other monies that may be accuring to me from the estate of my beloved father George Robert Burke. Witness my hand and seal this Fifteenth day of April in the year of our Lord 1872. signed by Catherine Lydia Burke. In presence of C. L. Burke, signed sealed and declared by the said Testator Catherine Lydia Burke as and for her last Will & Testament in the presence of us present at the same time who in ???(hard to read) and at her request has herein subscribed our names as witness hereto. signed by COLL McDONELL & JAS. D. JOYUT 5. iii. LIZZIE ANNA BURKE, b. Bet. 1835 - 1845, Carleton,Ontario; d. Unknown, ?. iv. GEORGE THEW BURKE. Generation No. 3 4. LYDIA ANNE3 FOGARTY (CATHERINE LYDIA2 BURKE, GEORGE THEW1) was born Abt. 1835 in Carleton,Ontario, and died November 01, 1857 in Carleton,Ontario. She married JOHN MCDONELL Unknown in ?. Child of LYDIA FOGARTY and JOHN MCDONELL is: i. CATHERINE LOUISA4 MCDONELL, b. November 1856, Carleton,Ontario; d. August 31, 1857, Carleton,Ontario. 5. LIZZIE ANNA3 BURKE (GEORGE ROBERT2, GEORGE THEW1) was born Bet. 1835 - 1845 in Carleton,Ontario, and died Unknown in ?. She married ANDREW MCKENZIE. Notes for ANDREW MCKENZIE: Deceased before 1872 as his wife Lizzie was a widow when her father died in 1872. Child of LIZZIE BURKE and ANDREW MCKENZIE is: i. LAURA4 MCKENZIE.
April 17, 2002: Hey Al Just off the press and thought you'd like this. Taylor Obituary from The Ottawa Citizen, Saturday, February 4, 1854 - "Burke : At the residence of his Son-in-law, Colin McDonell, Esqr., in this Town, on Thursday last, the 2nd instant, COLONEL GEORGE THEW BURKE, aged 78 years, a native of Ballyartel, County Tipperary, Ireland. Colonel Burke entered the army in 1798 in the ancient Irish Fencibles, and served under Abercrombie in Egypt. On the return of the Army to Ireland, he was employed on the Recruiting Service, and was mainly instrumental in raising the 99th (Old 100th Regiment), and for which he obtained his Company in that distinguished Corps, and in which on the Staff, Colonel Burke served throughout the wholw American War of 1812, and was present at the hard fought battles of Sackett's Harbour and Chateauguay --- for which, and for his services in Egypt, he obtained two medals. He was then appointed, for his distinguished services, to the Posts of Deputy - Assistant Quarter Master General and Brigade Major at Quebec. On his retiring on half-pay, shortly afterwards, he was nominated by Sir John Sherbrooke (Governor and Commander - in - Cheif) in Canada, as Superintendent of the Rideau Military Settlement, and stationed in Richmond, where his appointment was subsequently confirmed by His Grace, the Duke of Richmond, from whose side during his Grace's short and melancholy illness, Colonel Burke (and in taking wine with whom at the house of Colonel Powell at Perth, the first symptoms of His Grace's frightful malady were noticed) was never absent, and called forth expressions of the deepest gratitude for his kindness and attention from his illustrious friend. Colonel Burke was elected to represent (then first formed) County of Carleton in the Provincial Legislature, and was appointed Registrar for the County of Lanark, which post was subsequently exchanged for that of the County of Carleton, the duties of which he always performed with credit to himself and satisfaction to the public until within a short period of hid death, and during which, his son, Mr. James Burke, has officiated. Although brought up in such stirring times, Colonel Burke was always characterized by his mild and unassuming manners, and during his military career was beloved by his Brother Officers for his distinquished bravery and coolness on the field of battle. In him, his Family have lost a kinf Father, the Public, a faithful servant, and the writer of this imperfect and humble tribute to the memory of a brave and good man, an old, staunch and unflinching friend."
June 16, 2002: (Happy Father's Day !) I would appreciate any information on George Thew Burke, b. 1776 in Ballyactel, CO. Tipperary, Ireland. He joined the army in 1798 (brevet-major of the 99th Regiment) and served on Wellingtons staff at Waterloo. In the war of 1812 (Canada), he fought at Queenston Heights under General Brock,and as a Colonel at the battle of Chateauguay and Sackett's Harbour, New York.He was then appointed Deputy Assistant Adjutant General to the forces in Montreal. George Thew Burke became the superintendant of the settlement at Richmond, Ontario, Canada, and was the 1st Member for Carleton in the Parliament of Upper Canada from 1821-29. Colonel Burke's property was in the King Park area of Richmond. Burke died in Richmond in 1854, age 77 years. ... Randy Burke (the above was posted to http://genforum.genealogy.com/burke/messages/2812.html ============ July 5, 2002: Note: See subsequent e-mail from Randy posted at the Timothy Michael Burke page.
July 19, 2002: Subject: Burke home called "Fieldstone" Does anyone know what is the Concession / Lot numbers of the property on which the captioned stone house is located?. The book Carleton Saga says it is (located) five miles south of Richmond on the 8th Concession. Further it says that it was built about 1828 for Colonel (George Thew) BURKE'S son (James) Henry. Thank You, Ray, in Nanaimo. Note: The above e-mail from Ray was originally posted to the CAN-ONT-CARLETON Mailing List. Reproduced with Ray's permission. ... Al
February 21, 2003: A separate web page has been set up today for Fieldstone. ... Al
July 29, 2002:

October 25, 2002: I have some history on the Burke family. History was prepared by Barbara McCourt. George Thew Burke iii who died in 1950 was my grandfather. If you let me know your address I will send you a copy of what I have. Best regards. Michael J Wall
January 15, 2003: Hi Michael, I'm researching a Burke family who were located in Ottawa. I don't know if it's the same line but I'm hoping maybe my ancestors Daniel Patrick (or Patrick Daniel) may have been related to George Thew Burke I or II. Do you know if George Thew Burke I had any brothers? I would appreciate any info you may have. Thanks in advance, Catherine Burke De Santis
March 18, 2003: Hi guys As you know Burke was also documented as Bourke in earlier writings. When a transcriber reads the hand writing of earlier times, it's possible for errors due to faded print etc. I came across this birth from St. Philip's and thought it was interesting: 6 January Baptism of James Henry Rourke, born 6 March 1820, son to George Rourke. The sponsors were Rev. T. Smith (Priest) & Mary Ann Ross. As you can see a badly written "B" could be mistaken for an "R". Just a point to ponder. Take care Taylor Kennedy Note: Assuming that James Henry Bourke (born 1820) was the son of George Thew Burke, then he was baptized into the Catholic church as an adult. This makes sense as his father was a man of "dual religion" during his lifetime. ... Al
July 15, 2003:
George FOGARTY
Hi Al and Ken It appears that Daniel Fogarty and Catherine O'Grady had one more child after Simon, which was George. In brief, he classed his next to kin as his father Daniel in Fallowfield. George Fogarty, born February 26, 1888 in Fallowfield, son of Daniel Fogarty who is listed as his next to kin on his enlistment papers for WW1. Georges registration No. 204523, enlisted in Saskatoon. His present address was the Yale Hotel, Saskatoon and classed himself as a farmer. On March 21st, 1916 George made his Declaration, swore an Oath before the Majistrate and Cerified Medically Fit for the Military. George was 28 years, 1 month old upon entering the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force, however no assignment was listed as to his unit. He is described as being 5 feet, 6 1/2 inches tall, Fresh / fair complextion with brown eyes and dark hair. His religious denomination is listed as Presbyterian. George was single at the time of entry and a search among the dead of WW1 shows George Fogarty made it through the war. He possibly returned to Saskatoon, married and raised a family there. I also have a James John Fogarty who is the son of William Fogarty in Montreal who was drafted under the Military Services Act of 1917. I should not have started this because now I'll be searching for more Irishmen from Fallowfield who either enlisted or were drafted for the First World War. Take care for now Taylor
July 17, 2003:
Robert Percy Burke
Robert Percy Burke, born in Richmond, Ontario. Next to kin, his father George Burke, living at 80 Maple St. in Ottawa. Robert was born January 5th, 1895. He was a type-writer repairman. He served with the A.W.C. prior to enlisting on November 5th, 1914. His witness was W. R. Ackers. His registration #50021, Robert was 19years, 6 months old. No distinctive marks, stood 5 feet and 3 ½ inches in height, fair complextion, blue eyes with dark brown hair. The enlistment took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Considered fit for duty.
October 6, 2004: Thanks (as usual) to Taylor Kennedy for the following:
Will of Mary Emily FOGARTY
From the Ontario Archives, Toronto, Ontario - GS1 Reel # 19, Reference # 269 Registrar of the Surrogate Court of the County of Carleton Be it known that, Mary Emily Fogarty late of Sand Point in the Township of McNab in the County of Renfrew, spinster, deceased who died on or about the 4th day of August in the year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty four at Sand Point in the said Township of Muchat in the said County of Renfrew and who at the time of her death had no fixed place of abode in Upper Canada, but had at such time personal estate in the said County of Carleton. Made and duly executed her Last Will and Testament but did not therein name an executor. A true copy of which said Last Will and Testament is hereunder written, and be it further known that on the Twenty Ninth day of June in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty seven, Letters of Administration of the said Will annexed of all and singular the personal estate and effects, rights and credits of the said deceased were granted by her Majesty's Surogate Court in the County of Carleton to Mary Emily McDonell of the Township of Litchfield, in the County of Ottawa, in Lower Canada, married woman and the wife of Coll McDonell, Gentleman. She the said Mary Emily McDonell having previously been sworn will and faithfully to administer the same according to the terms of the said Will, to pay the just debts of the deceased and the Legacies contained in her Will so far as she is thereunto bound by law, and to exhibit a true and perfect Inventory of all and singular the personal estate and effects, rights and credits of the said deceased; and to render a true and just account thereof whenever by law required to do. Signed by J. Frazer Registrar of the Surrogate Court of the County of Carleton Last Will of Mary E. Fogarty I bequeath to my Aunt M. E. McDonell any money I possess and everything else in this house belonging to me also my broach with hair, hair ring and married ring. To my cousin Mary Ann Thompson [a.k.a. Lissy Fogarty – Mrs. Charles Palmer Thompson daughter of Roger Fogarty & Catherine Burke] my card case. To my cousin Kitty [could be Marianne who married Milo Burke or Margaret who married George Robert Burke] my work box and gold broach. To Katie McDonell my Portfolio. To William Rory my album. To my cousin Mary Smith [a.k.a. Mary Ann Burke d/o Geo. Thew Burke and Lydia Grant who married T. Smith] my clothes. To my cousin Lizzie [a.k.a. Lizzie Anne Burke d/o George Robert Burke & Margaret Fogarty who married Andrew McKenzie] my locket and pencil. To Aunt Smith my furs. Signed at Sand Point 20th July, 1864 Signed Katie McDonald (McDonell) and Signed M. E. Fogarty
March 8, 2008: Thanks to Frank Watters and Jacques Potvin for the following:
Honourable Justice Kenneth Hubert Fogarty, M.A., LL.M., Q.C.
Hi Al; I think this might be of interest to some of our readers, especially the Chartrand descendants and others connected to that family, including the Whalens. I received this from one of my cousins, a few times removed, by name of Jacques Potvin. Jacques has been doing a lot of research for those connected to the Albert and Potvin (Damour / D'Amour dit Potvin) families. Justice Fogarty was the son of William Fogarty and Theresa Chartrand. Thresea was the d/o Jean Baptiste Chartrand and Catherine Whalen. ... Frank Ottawa Citizen Jan. 16, 1989, Monday, Page:C5 Judge of the District Court of Ontario, 1972-1989; Mayor of the City of Ottawa , 1970-1972. In hospital at Ottawa on Saturday , January 14, 1989, Kenneth H. Fogarty in his 66th. year, beloved husband of Colleen Nolan; dear father of Winston Kenneth(Also a lawyer in Ottawa)(husband of Lori) and Justin Robert ( husband of Astrid). Dear brother of Monsignor W. Gerald Fogarty, Ann T. and Beatrice(Mrs. Allan Kelly), all of Ottawa and Andrew W., of Beaconsfield, Quebec. Also survived by many dear brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. Judge Fogarty served as Deputy Judge in the Supreme Court in the Northwest Territories , 1980-1989, partner in McDonald , Joyal, Fogarty and Devine, 1967-1972; Deputy Mayor , City of Ottawa , 1965-1969; Officer with the Canadian Infantry Corps, 1943-1945; trustee, Ottawa Civic Hospital , 1970-1972, Riverside Hospital 1965-1972, Governor, University of Ottawa , 1968-1969; President , District Court Judges Association of Ontario, 1984-1985; President , Canadian Federation of Newman Clubs, 1953; and member of Council 485 , Knights of columbus and 4th. Degree Cartier Assembly . He authored " Equality Rights and Their Limitations in the Charter", 1987. Friends may call at McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday and 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Mass Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church. Interment Beechwood Cemetery.In memoriam donations to the Heart Institute , Ottawa Civic Hospital , would be appreciated. On page C2 there is an article intitled " Ex-Mayor of Ottawa dies".It lists his age as 65 and says that his son Winston is also a lawyer in Ottawa His ancestor's settled in Fallowfield in Nepean in 1822 & he was born in Ottawa in 1923. He graduated from University of Ottawa then Osgoode Law school here in Toronto in 1948. He ran twice , unsuccessfully for a seat for in the provincial legislature for the Liberals in the 1950's. He was nicknamed the " Fog" becouse of his booming voice in Court. ... Jacques Potvin
March 11, 2008: Hi Al , Yes please include my e-mail in the list. Today I want to send you the obituary of Judge Fogarty's grandfather. From the : Ottawa Citizen May, 4, 1921 Page: Two "LATE A.J. FOGARTY An esteemed citizen has passed in the death of Mr. Andrew Joynt Fogarty, aged 76 years. The late Mr. Fogarty had been a resident of Ottawa for the last thirty-five years. Previous to his coming to Ottawa he resided at Fallowfield, Ont., where his brother , Mr. Daniel Fogarty, aged 81, still resides. He is survived by his widow , three sons, Daniel and William of Ottawa, and James of New York City; three daughters, Mrs. J.J. Dervin , Ottawa, Miss Bertie of Los Angeles, Cal., and Miss Isabel , graduate nurse of Ottawa. The late Mr. Fogarty was a member of the C.M.B.A., St. Vincent de Paul Society, and represented Victoria Ward on the schoolboard for several years. He was a man of sterling principles , and had a large number of sincere friends and admirers, as testified by the large attendance at his funeral , which took place Monday morning at eight o'clock at St. Patrick's church, where a high requiem mass was chanted by Rev. Father Armstrong. The funeral then preceded to St. Patrick's church, Fallowfield, Ont., where Rev. Father McCauley officiated at the funeral service , which was attended by aged friends and their descendants some of whom had come great distances to pay tribute to an esteemed friend. The late Mr. Fogarty's ancestors were among the first settlers of Richmond, Ont., dating back to the time of the Duke of Wellington's residence there , his grand uncle , Col. Burke of the Imperial Army , having come to Canada with his one Hundredth Regiment, for whom he succeeded in securing grants of land , being crown land's agent. Later he becale one of Canada's first members of parliament. Mr. Fogarty's daughter , Bertie , of Los Angeles, Cal., and his son , James, of New York , arrived home on Thursday , and were with their father during his last moments. A great many floral and spiritual offerings were received , and many expressions of sympathy extended the bereaved family from all who had the pleasure of knowing the late gentleman." ------------------------------------------------------ If I can be of any assistance please let me know. ... Jacques Potvin P.S.: I am a decendant of Jean Baptiste Potvin & Marie Reine Albert P.S. 2) Andrew Fogarty was married a third time to Winnefred Kennedy daughter of: William Kennedy & Margaret Gleason Andrew being the son of Daniel Fogarty & Rose Joynt They were married in Ottawa on Feb. 18, 1896 by Rev. M.J. Whelan . Winnefred died on May 6, 1934 she was born on Nov. 25, 1855 occording to her death registration. ... Jacques
March 25, 2008: From the registers of Notre Dame Basilica in Ottawa ,Drouin Collection Married 20 January 1852, Coll McDonnnell, widower, of Bytown, to Mary Emily Burke of Bytown, daughter of George T. Burke and Lydia Grant. I would gather that the tombstone erected at plot #172 which reads "erected by their aunt M.E. McDonell" is Mary Emily Burke, the 2nd wife of Coll McDonell. His first wife was Elizabeth Young. Their marriage is also registered at Notre Dame, 26 Feb 1837. ... Sue I think that Mr. Coll McDonell was a Highland Scot who came to Bytown from Glengarry County, Upper Canada. ... Al
April 15, 2010:
Source: A. Barry Roberts, For King and Canada, page 202 Text relating to George Thew Burke

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