Charles Abbey was born February 27,
1847, in Port Hope, Durham Co., Canada West, and died April 3, 1914, in Howland
Twp., Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada,
at age 67. Buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Lot 7, Concession 7, Howland Twp.,
Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada. He is the son of Orrin Abner Abbey of Upper
Canada and Margaret Burrison of Amelisburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper
Nelder was born
September 28, 1850, in Markham, York Co., Ontario, Canada, and died November 15, 1923, in
Massey, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada, at age 73.
Buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Lot 7, Concession 7, Howland Twp., Manitoulin
Co., Ontario, Canada. She
is the daughter of John Walk
Harris Nelder of County Devonshire, England, and
Martha Hutcheson of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Susannah "Susie/Susan" Nelder were married
July 26, 1871, in Little Current, Algoma Co., Ontario, Canada.
Susannah "Susie/Susan" (Nelder) Abbey had nine children:
Charles Abbey was born February 27, 1847, in
Port Hope, Durham Co., Canada West.
Susannah "Susie/Susan" Nelder
was born September 28, 1850, in York Co., Ontario, Canada.
The 1861 Canadian Census shows Charles
Abby (age 17) born in Upper Canada and a Wesleyan Methodist is an unmarried
Laborer and is living alone in Brandt Twp., Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada.
The 1871 Canadian Census shows Charles
Abbey (age 25) born about 1846 in Ontario and a Wesleyan Methodist is a Farmer
living alone in Manitoulin Centre Twp., Ontario, Canada. He is unable to write.
Charles Abbey and Susannah "Susie/Susan" Nelder marriage record.
The 1881 Canadian Census shows Charles
Abbey (age 35) born in Canada is a Farmer and is living in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada.
Living with him are: Susana Abbey (age 27) born in Canada and married; Margret
Abbey (age 8) born in Ontario, Canada; Martha Ann Abbey (age 7) born in Ontario,
Canada; Susana Abbey (age 5) born in Ontario, Canada; and Edeth Abbey (age 9/12)
born in Ontario, Canada.
The 1891 Canadian Census shows Charles
Abbey (age 46) born in Ontario to Ontario-born parents and a is a Farmer
and head of household living in Algoma East, Manitoulin, Howland, Ontario, Canada.
Living with him is his wife Susan Abbey (age 40) born in Ontario to English-born
parents. Also living at home are his children, all born in Ontario: Martha
Abbey (age 17); Susana Abbey (age 13); Edith Abbey (age 11); Sarah Abbey (age
9); Harriet Abbey (age 6); Charles Abbey (age 4); and Edger Abbey (age 1).
The 1901 Canadian Census shows Chs.
Abbey (age 54) born December 27, 1847 in Ontario, Canada is a Farmer living in
Lot 10, Concession 12,Algoma, Howland Twp., Ontario, Canada. Living with him is
his wife, Susanna Abbey (age 49) born September 28, 1851 in Ontario, Canada.
Also living there are his unmarried children, all born in Ontario, Canada: Sarah
Abbey (age 18) born April 14, 1882; Harriet Abbey (age 15) born May 22, 1885, a
Servant; and Chs. W. Abbey (age 13) born May 28, 1887). Chs. Abbey can read but cannot write.
The 1901 Canadian
Susannah "Susie/Susan" (Nelder) Abbey separated prior to 1911, since the 1911 census shows them
living in separate households, and Charles
Abbey is listed as widowed. Susannah "Susie/Susan" (Nelder) Abbey is listed
The 1911 Canadian Census shows Charles
Abbey (age 67) born December 1844 in Ontario who cannot read or write and a
Methodist is a widowed Laborer doing Odd Jobs and living alone in Little
Current, Algoma East Twp., Ontario, Canada.
The 1911 Canadian Census shows Susie
Abbey (age 60) born September, 1850, in Ontario and a
Methodist, is a married Mother-in Law living in the household of her daughter.
Michael J. Deyell (age 38) born June 1873 in Ontario is an Odd Job Laborer
living in Massey, Algoma East Twp., Ontario, Canada. Living with him is his wife
Susie Deyell (age 33) born March 1878. Their three sons are also there: Loyd
Deyell (age 6) born December 1904; Vernon Deyell (age 5) born May 1906; and
Melvin Deyell (age 2/12) born March 1911.
The 1911 Canadian
Sarah Jane Abbey died
February 2, 1912, in Gore Bay, Canada, at age 2.
Died (Manitoulin Obituaries)
On the 2nd, Sarah Jane, daughter of Mr. C. Abbey, aged two years.
The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, February 29, 1912
Transcribed by Marilyn Irish
Charles Abbey died April 3, 1914, in Howland
Twp., Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 67. Buried in Mountain View
Cemetery, Lot 7, Concession 7, Howland Twp., Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada.
His son, Charles W. Abbey, is also buried there, shown on a footstone. Edith
Maud (Abbey) Taylor is also buried in this cemetery.
Charles Abbey death record.
Charles Abbey is buried in Mountain
View Cemetery, Lot 7, Concession 7, Howland Twp., Manitoulin Co., Ontario,
Charles Abbey WWI Attestation Paper,
December 14, 1915: Born May 28, 1888, Unmarried, Living at Rainy River,
Susannah "Susie/Susan" (Nelder) Abbey and family, 1917.
Susanna (Nelder) Abbey
died November 15, 1923, in Massey, Ontario, Canada, at age 73.
Buried in Mountain View
Cemetery, Lot 7, Concession 7, Howland Twp., Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada.
Susannah "Susie/Susan" (Nelder) Abbey
Obituary, uncited, November, 1923
Mrs. Chas. Abbey Dead
On Sunday last the funeral of the late Mrs. Abbey left the house of Mr. Saxon
Richards of Howland for Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs. Abbey was one of the oldest of the remaining pioneers of the Manitoulin.
She came to the Island with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Nelder in 1874
and afterwards married Charles Abbey. They settled on a farm on the lake shore,
lot 10 on 12th concession of Howland, where they went through the usual work of
pioneers. After Mr. Abbey's death Mrs. Abbey left the farm and for quite a
number of years has lived with her children, chiefly Mrs. Dyell of Massey and
Mrs. Saxon Richards of Howland. She was with Mrs. Dyell at Massey when she died
but was brought over for interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Besides three
daughters in the West she leaves behind Mrs. Dyell of Massey, Mrs. Taylor of
Montreal, Mrs. S. Richards of Howland and Chas Abbey who for some time has been
fire ranging. She was about 73 years of age.
Charles William Abbey died
September 12, 1959, in Manitoulin Island, Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada (age
72). Buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Lot 7, Concession 7, Howland Twp.,
Manitoulin Co., Ontario, Canada.
Charles William Abbey Grave.
Edith Maud (Abbey) Taylor died
1952 at about age 72.
15 Mar 1878 in Howland Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
11 Jun 1958 in Massey, Algoma, Ontario
13 Jun 1958 Massey Protestant Cemetery, Massey, Ontario
1881 Howland & Strawberry & Lacloche & Haywood Island, Algoma, Ontario, Canada
Date: 27 Nov 2006 at 07:31
Ontario Vital Records - Births # 001 130 -
1878ABBY, Susanna-Female, 15 March 1878 in Howland. Parents: Charles Abby
and Susanna NelderObituary from the Manitoulin Expositor, Little
Current, Ontario (date unknown)DYELL, Susanna (Abbey) 1878-1958 D pg 6
MRS. M. DYELL - Massey - A former resident of Massey for half a century Mrs.
M. J. Dyell, 80, died at her home here on Wednesday, June 11 after an illness of
14 months.The former Susan Abbey, she was born at Little Current in
1878. She spent her early years at Little Current and was married in December
1903 at Whitefish Falls to Mick Dyell who survives. Their early married life was
spent at Whitefish. They moved to Massey about 1908. Mr. Dyell was employed by
the old Spanish River Lumber Company, acting as company agent in Massey long
after operations ceased.Mrs. Dyell has for many years been a member of
the Massey United Church and was a former choir member and also served as W. A.
treasurer.Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Lloyd of
Espanola and Melvin of Ottawa; two sisters, Mrs. William Soles of Little
Current; Mrs. Robert Lewis of Saskatchewan; and a brother Charles Abbey of
Little Current.Funeral services were held Friday, June 13, from Massey
United Church.Interment took place at Massey Protestant Cemetery.
Charles ABBEY b: 27 Dec 1847 in Port Hope, Ontario
Susanna NELDER b: 28 Sep 1857 in York County, Ontario
Michael James DYELL b: Abt 1875
Married: 23 Dec 1902 in Copper Cliff, Ontario
Ontario Vital Records - Marriages #013 270 - 1902Michael James DYELL and Susanna ABBY were married 23 December
1902 at Copper Cliff. Parents of Groom: Maxim Dyell and Ann
Dyell. Parents of Bride: Charles Abby and Susanna Nelder.
Change Date: 27 Nov 2006
Martha Ann (Abbey) Lewis died December 1, 1966, in General Hospital, Regina,
Saskatchewan, Canada, at age 97.
LEWIS - At Regina, General Hospital, Sask.,
on December 1, 1966, Mrs. Robert Lewis (nee Martha Abbey) in her 97th year;
dear sister of Mrs. William (Harriet) Soles of Little Current. The late Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Lewis were former residents of Howland Township. They moved
to the West more than 50 years ago and lived for a number of years at
Raymore, Sask. Obituary, uncited
Lot18 & 19 Con 12
RICHARDS, Saxon W. to ABBEY, Margret on 25 Dec 1890 at Howland.
Parents of Groom: Wm. Richards, Lucilla Burrison; Parents of Bride: Chas. Abbey,
Susan Nelder. OVR# 001280Pioneer PassesSaxon Richards, one of the pioneer farmers of the district died at his home in
Howland township last week after a few weeks' illness. One of the early settlers
in the district , he had helped to clear the land on the home farm and had later
bought an additional large tract of land on the Sheguiandah road, using this for
the most part as a cattle and sheep ranch. The funeral was held from the family
residence three miles from town, with the Rev. Shaw conducting the service.
Interment was made in Mountain View Cemetery. Saxon Richards was in his 80th
year and until his fatal illness had been active in farm work doing much of his
own ploughing even last year. He is survived by his widow and seven?
?????..girls and??..Rest of obit missing.Uncited Obituary - Source: Dorothy Hopkins AddisonTranscribed by Marilyn Irish
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