Janet Weir

b. 18 November 1774, d. 1 May 1829

FatherWilliam Weir b. c 1750
MotherJean/Jane Wood b. c 1750
Janet Weir|b. 18 Nov 1774\nd. 1 May 1829|p2.htm#i37|William Weir|b. c 1750|p2.htm#i67|Jean/Jane Wood|b. c 1750|p2.htm#i68|||||||||||||

ChartsHoward Duglas Carter
Hugh Baker Carter
Hugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited15 Oct 2006

Married NameHer married name was Neilson. 
Birth*Janet Weir was born on 18 November 1774 at Lanark, Scotland; Barb Milburn has her parents as Archibald Weor and Janet Aiken, but notes "maybe wrong." Also, Barb's notes record the birth of Janet as 18 Nov 1773.1 
She was the daughter of William Weir and Jean/Jane Wood
Marriage*Janet Weir married John Neilson, son of William Neilson and Elizabeth Chalmers, on 7 July 1799 at Lanark, Scotland.1 
Death*Janet Weir died on 1 May 1829 at Peterborough, ON, Canada, at age 54. 
Burial*She was buried on 4 May 1829 at Farm, Peterborough, ON, Canada; Buried on farm, later moved to Fife cemetery.1 

Family

John Neilson b. 29 Oct 1773, d. 15 Mar 1837
Children

Citations:

  1. [S6] Unknown compiler, "Barb Milburn", Ancestral File.

Jane 'Jean' Cunningham

b. 17 August 1774, d. 1 July 1840

FatherJohn Cunningham b. c 1750
MotherJane Dunlop
Jane 'Jean' Cunningham|b. 17 Aug 1774\nd. 1 Jul 1840|p2.htm#i39|John Cunningham|b. c 1750|p10.htm#i410|Jane Dunlop|||||||||||||||

ChartsHoward Duglas Carter
Hugh Baker Carter
Hugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited6 Sep 2009

Birth*Jane 'Jean' Cunningham was born on 17 August 1774 at Ayshire, Scotland.1 
She was the daughter of John Cunningham and Jane Dunlop
Marriage*Jane 'Jean' Cunningham married John Stewart, son of James Stuart and Mary King, on 4 October 1798 at Ayrshire, Scotland.1 
Married Name As of 4 October 1798,her married name was Jean Stewart. 
Death*Jane 'Jean' Cunningham died on 1 July 1840 at Peterborough, Canada, at age 65.1 
Burial*She was buried on 5 July 1840 at Keene, Peterborough, ON, Canada.1 

Family

John Stewart b. 8 Dec 1773, d. 12 Aug 1840
Child

Citations:

  1. [S6] Unknown compiler, "Barb Milburn", Ancestral File.

Christopher Munro

b. 24 December 1818, d. 31 December 1903

 

FatherGeorge Munro b. 8 Nov 1790, d. c 1840
MotherJanet (Jessie) MacRae b. 22 Jan 1793, d. 2 Dec 1859
Christopher Munro|b. 24 Dec 1818\nd. 31 Dec 1903|p2.htm#i40|George Munro|b. 8 Nov 1790\nd. c 1840|p2.htm#i57|Janet (Jessie) MacRae|b. 22 Jan 1793\nd. 2 Dec 1859|p2.htm#i58|James Munro|b. c 1760|p41.htm#i2183|Mary Munro|b. c 1770|p41.htm#i2184|Christopher MacRae|b. c 1765\nd. c 1815|p2.htm#i59|Marjory Robertson|b. 13 May 1769\nd. c 1820|p2.htm#i60|

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited19 Apr 2012

Birth*Christopher Munro was born on 24 December 1818 at Avoch, Ross-shire, Scotland; Baptized 26 Jan 1818

Birth in Avoch confirmed by 1851 Census

1871 census says born in Knockbain.1,2,3,4 
He was the son of George Munro and Janet (Jessie) MacRae
BaptismChristopher Munro was baptized on 26 December 1818 at Village of Avoch, Ross-shire, Scotland; OPR Avoch and OPR Knockbain.4 
Census*He appeared on the census of 1841; There are two entries in the 1841 Scottish census for Christopher. It seems likely he was entered twice, once as a jouneyman shoemaker in Inverness, and secondly as a teacher at Cnockmiasach, Cnockmiasach, Urquhart (Ross And Cromarty). He is listed as 22, born in 1819 [sic] in each case. If this is not a double listing, could he have had a cousin Christopher of the same age? 
Marriage*He married Isabella Macdonald, daughter of Lewis Macdonald and Ann McKenzie, on 15 January 1844 at Petty Street, Inverness, Inverness, Scotland; Listed in prochial register as shoemaker, and Christopher's residence as Petty St., and Isabella's as Huntly St.

Married by Revd. D. Sutherland.3 
ResidenceChristopher Munro lived in 1851 at Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland, U.K; From 1851 Census.3 
Residence*He lived in 1861 at 7 Douglas Row, Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland; 1861 census says 4 rooms.5 
Occupation*He was 1861 census says boot and shoe maker. Since his father-in-law, Lewis McDonald, was a shoemaker, it may be that Christopher learned his trade from him. in 1861 at 7 Douglas Row, Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland.6,5 
ResidenceHe lived in 1871 at 7 Douglas Row, Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland; 1871 census says 6 rooms, and increase of 2 since 1861 census. 
Address As of 1880, Christopher Munro lived at 574 Dufferin Avenue, London, Ontario, Canada; He appeared in the London City Directory of 1878-9, and also in trhe editionof 1880-81. Therefore, he must have emigrated (helped by son Samuel?) about 1879, just about at the same time as Sophia Ellen Sickel was arriving in Canada from England to marry Samuel. 
Address* As of 1891, Christopher Munro lived at 574 Dufferin Ave, London, ON, Canada; From the London city directory, 1891. 
Death*He died on 31 December 1903 at London, ON, Canada, at age 85. 
Burial*He was buried on 4 January 1904 at Mt Pleasant cemetery,, Section H Lot 34, London, ON, Canada. 

Family

Isabella Macdonald b. 1 Aug 1821, d. 22 Feb 1904
Children

Citations:

  1. [S54] Bible, Christopher Munro.
  2. [S30] Unknown record type, unknown repository address, Census at 7 Douglas Row (4 rooms).
    Christopher Munro, aged 41, boot and shoe maker, born Ross-shire.
  3. [S38] Report 14 Sep 1977.
  4. [S39] SARS Report 14 Sep 1977.
  5. [S32] Jean Brodie, "Isabella Macdonald report."
  6. [S30] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.

Isabella Macdonald

b. 1 August 1821, d. 22 February 1904

FatherLewis Macdonald1 b. c 1792, d. 17 Apr 1872
MotherAnn McKenzie1 b. c 1785, d. 17 Jan 1871
Isabella Macdonald|b. 1 Aug 1821\nd. 22 Feb 1904|p2.htm#i41|Lewis Macdonald|b. c 1792\nd. 17 Apr 1872|p13.htm#i559|Ann McKenzie|b. c 1785\nd. 17 Jan 1871|p13.htm#i560|William Macdonald|b. c 1772\nd. c 1830|p13.htm#i563|Margaret Forsyth|b. c 1775\nd. c 1830|p13.htm#i564|John McKenzie|b. c 1765|p13.htm#i561||||

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited10 Oct 2011

Baptism*Isabella Macdonald was baptized on 1 August 1821 at Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland; 1st Aug 1821 - Lewis McDonald, shoemaker and his spouse Ann Mc Kenzie had a child baptized by the Revd. Mr. Findlater named Isabella, witnesses George Finich and Samuel McKenzie. 
BirthShe was born on 1 August 1821 at Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland; Official Public Records (OPR) Inverness:
1st August 1821
Lewis McDonald, Shoemaker and his spouse Ann McKenzie had a child baptized by the Revd. Mr. Findlater named Isabella, witnesses George Finch and Samuel McKenzie.1 
She was the daughter of Lewis Macdonald and Ann McKenzie.1 
Married Name As of 15 January 1844,her married name was Munro. 
Marriage*Isabella Macdonald married Christopher Munro, son of George Munro and Janet (Jessie) MacRae, on 15 January 1844 at Petty Street, Inverness, Inverness, Scotland; Listed in prochial register as shoemaker, and Christopher's residence as Petty St., and Isabella's as Huntly St.

Married by Revd. D. Sutherland.2 
Death*Isabella Macdonald died on 22 February 1904 at London, ON, Canada, at age 82. 
Burial*She was buried on 25 February 1904 at Mt Pleasant Cemty Sec'n H Lot 34, London, ON, Canada. 

Family

Christopher Munro b. 24 Dec 1818, d. 31 Dec 1903
Children

Citations:

  1. [S32] Jean Brodie, "Isabella Macdonald report."
  2. [S38] Report 14 Sep 1977.

Rowland Munro

b. 11 June 1879, d. 10 February 1946

FatherSamuel Munro b. 8 Nov 1853, d. 21 Dec 1929
MotherEllen Sophia Sickle b. 3 Sep 1849, d. 8 Dec 1924
Rowland Munro|b. 11 Jun 1879\nd. 10 Feb 1946|p2.htm#i42|Samuel Munro|b. 8 Nov 1853\nd. 21 Dec 1929|p1.htm#i15|Ellen Sophia Sickle|b. 3 Sep 1849\nd. 8 Dec 1924|p1.htm#i16|Christopher Munro|b. 24 Dec 1818\nd. 31 Dec 1903|p2.htm#i40|Isabella Macdonald|b. 1 Aug 1821\nd. 22 Feb 1904|p2.htm#i41|James T. Sickel|b. c 1822|p2.htm#i45|Ann Dunkin|b. 1822\nd. c 1893|p2.htm#i46|

Last Edited10 Apr 2003

Birth*Rowland Munro was born on 11 June 1879 at London, ON, Canada.1 
He was the son of Samuel Munro and Ellen Sophia Sickle
Marriage*Rowland Munro married Agnes May Templeton, daughter of Andrew Paul Templeton and Janet Love, on 23 April 1902 at ON, Canada.2 
Death*Rowland Munro died on 10 February 1946 at London, ON, Canada, at age 66.2 
Burial*He was buried on 13 February 1946 at Templeton plot, Woodland cemetery, London, ON, Canada.2 

Family

Agnes May Templeton b. 31 May 1879, d. 1 Aug 1977
Children

Citations:

  1. [S1] Unknown name of person, unknown record type (unknown file date).
  2. [S7] Unknown compiler, "Sam Munro's notes", Ancestral File.
  3. [S2] Unknown testator will, Hugh Munro Carter, unknown repository.

George Munro

b. 1883, d. 1956

FatherSamuel Munro b. 8 Nov 1853, d. 21 Dec 1929
MotherEllen Sophia Sickle b. 3 Sep 1849, d. 8 Dec 1924
George Munro|b. 1883\nd. 1956|p2.htm#i43|Samuel Munro|b. 8 Nov 1853\nd. 21 Dec 1929|p1.htm#i15|Ellen Sophia Sickle|b. 3 Sep 1849\nd. 8 Dec 1924|p1.htm#i16|Christopher Munro|b. 24 Dec 1818\nd. 31 Dec 1903|p2.htm#i40|Isabella Macdonald|b. 1 Aug 1821\nd. 22 Feb 1904|p2.htm#i41|James T. Sickel|b. c 1822|p2.htm#i45|Ann Dunkin|b. 1822\nd. c 1893|p2.htm#i46|

Last Edited9 Jun 2010

Birth*George Munro was born in 1883 at London, ON, Canada. 
He was the son of Samuel Munro and Ellen Sophia Sickle
Anecdote*I visited George and Olive in Chicago in 1941. They lived in the Ambassador East Hotel, famous for its Pump Room*. He lived up to his substantial income. He remarked that during the depression he had never made less than $35,000 a year - an impressive performance.

He was a heavy tipper, and since he and Olive had no children, they could live extravagantly. He was a bluff hearty man who was a salesman all his life.

___________________
--- Hugh Munro Carter

*THE PUMP ROOM
When Ernie Byfield opened the Pump Room in the Ambassador East Hotel on October 1, 1938, he undoubtedly had little idea that he was beginning an enterprise that would still be thriving. Today, the Pump Room remains a magnet for movie stars and celebrities and as well as a highly-acclaimed restaurant and Chicago landmark.
Byfield's Pump Room was a success from the day it opened. Chicago's socialites ensconced themselves along the large room's western wall to tastefully observe the celebrities who made their appearances along the east side of the room. Of course, those seated in Booth One, perhaps the most renowned dining table in the country, attracted the most attention. Its reputation was established by famed actress Gertrude Lawrence, who was starring in a play in Chicago and staged a nightly gathering in Booth One during the play's entire 90-day run.

From that moment, the Pump Room became the place to see and be seen. John Barrymore roared for champagne; Bette Davis could be found perched on the piano bench; Humphry Bogart and Lauren Bacall celebrated their wedding in Booth One, as did Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood. Liza Minelli grew up in Booth One, and has fond memories of dining there with her mother, Judy Garland, who immortalized the restaurant in the lyrics to "Chicago" with the words "we'll eat at the Pump Room/Ambassador East, to say the least." And, of course, Frank Sinatra held court in Booth One countless times.

After Byfield's death in 1950, the Pump Room held on to its allure as a place for stargazing. A new generation of luminaries took up residence in Booth One: Mel Brooks personally greeted each guest; Paul Newman and Robert Redford lunched on ham sandwiches and pilsners of beer every day during the shooting of 'The Sting'; Michael J. Fox, Rob Lowe, Vanna White, Emilio Estevez, Eddie Murphy, Jim Belushi and Demi Moore have all continued the table's famous tradition.

From the world of sports, Muhammed Ali, Michael Jordan, Billie Jean King, Jimmy Connors, Dorothy Hamill and Walter Payton have visited the room. Opera star Beverly Sills has added some high notes to the room, while a few rock and roll legends have added some of their own - David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Olivia Newton-John and Mick Jagger, who held a private party there. A little-known drummer was refused entry when he failed to pass the dress code and titled his solo album, "No Jacket Required," after the incident. His name - Phil Collins. (He was sent a new jacket by way of apology.).1

 
Death*George Munro died in 1956 at Chicago, IL, USA. 

Citations:

  1. [S2] Unknown testator will, Hugh Munro Carter, unknown repository.

Florence Ellen Munro

b. 10 September 1880, d. 7 January 1965

FatherSamuel Munro b. 8 Nov 1853, d. 21 Dec 1929
MotherEllen Sophia Sickle b. 3 Sep 1849, d. 8 Dec 1924
Florence Ellen Munro|b. 10 Sep 1880\nd. 7 Jan 1965|p2.htm#i44|Samuel Munro|b. 8 Nov 1853\nd. 21 Dec 1929|p1.htm#i15|Ellen Sophia Sickle|b. 3 Sep 1849\nd. 8 Dec 1924|p1.htm#i16|Christopher Munro|b. 24 Dec 1818\nd. 31 Dec 1903|p2.htm#i40|Isabella Macdonald|b. 1 Aug 1821\nd. 22 Feb 1904|p2.htm#i41|James T. Sickel|b. c 1822|p2.htm#i45|Ann Dunkin|b. 1822\nd. c 1893|p2.htm#i46|

Last Edited3 Nov 2009

Birth*Florence Ellen Munro was born on 10 September 1880 at London, ON, Canada. 
She was the daughter of Samuel Munro and Ellen Sophia Sickle
Married Name As of 1905,her married name was Clark.1 
Marriage*Florence Ellen Munro married Duncan George Clark in 1905 at London, ON, Canada.1 
Death*Florence Ellen Munro died on 7 January 1965 at London, ON, Canada, at age 84. 

Family

Duncan George Clark b. 27 Apr 1880, d. 1944
Children

Citations:

  1. [S2] Unknown testator will, Hugh Munro Carter, unknown repository.

James Thomas Sickel

b. circa 1822

FatherCharles Frederick Sickel b. c 1793, d. 21 Mar 1852
MotherLouisa Hilton b. c 1801, d. c 1860
James Thomas Sickel|b. c 1822|p2.htm#i45|Charles Frederick Sickel|b. c 1793\nd. 21 Mar 1852|p2.htm#i47|Louisa Hilton|b. c 1801\nd. c 1860|p2.htm#i48|||||||||||||

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited3 Sep 2010

Birth*James Thomas Sickel was born circa 1822 at Lambeth, Surrey, England; Lambeth is now part of London.
1871 census he was 49 ( = 1822)
1881 census he was 60 ( = 1821)
Each census lists his place of birth as "Middlesex, London."1,2,3 
He was the son of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton
Marriage*James Thomas Sickel married Ann Dunkin, daughter of Robert Dunkin and Catherine Ann Starling, on 18 November 1846 at Lambeth, Surrey, England; Mentioned in this marriage listing are the fathers:Charles Frederick Sickel, musician; and Robert Dunkin, druggist.

Witnesses were George R Sickel and Elizabeth Dunkin. 
Occupation*James Thomas Sickel was Tailor - from birth certificate of daughter, Emily Anne, and from census of 1871, and census of 1891 in 1851 at Lambeth, Surrey, England.4,5,3 
Residence*He lived in 1871 at 3 Smiths Cottages, Maidstone, Kent, England.3 
ResidenceHe lived in 1881 at 59 Union St, Maidstone, Kent, England; Tailor.2 
Marriage*He married Florence Sickel circa 1888; Florence appears in the census as the wife of James Thomas Sickel - he is 70, she is 21. Thaerefore Anne (Harrison) Sickel must have died before 1891 and he remarried.5 

Family 1

Ann Dunkin b. 1822, d. c 1893
Children

Family 2

Florence Sickel b. c 1870

Citations:

  1. [S57] Frankie.
  2. [S80] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info.
  3. [S79] Census 1871, England.
  4. [S1] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, GRO (unknown file date).
  5. [S83] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  6. [S1] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, General Register Office, London (unknown file date).

Ann Dunkin

b. 1822, d. circa 1893

FatherRobert Dunkin b. 22 Feb 1793, d. 1848
MotherCatherine Ann Starling b. 1795, d. c 1827
Ann Dunkin|b. 1822\nd. c 1893|p2.htm#i46|Robert Dunkin|b. 22 Feb 1793\nd. 1848|p2.htm#i49|Catherine Ann Starling|b. 1795\nd. c 1827|p2.htm#i50|John Dunkin|b. c 1760\nd. c 1810|p29.htm#i1652|Elizabeth Ellis|b. c 1764\nd. c 1800|p29.htm#i1653|Joseph Starling|b. 8 May 1772|p33.htm#i1859|Catherine Dunkin|b. c 1775|p33.htm#i1862|

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited3 Sep 2010

Birth*Ann Dunkin was born in 1822 at England; 1871 census she was 49
1881 census she was 60.1 
She was the daughter of Robert Dunkin and Catherine Ann Starling
BaptismAnn Dunkin was baptized on 12 February 1823 at St Mary's, Lambeth, Surrey, England.1 
Married Name As of 18 November 1846,her married name was Sickel. 
Marriage*She married James Thomas Sickel, son of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton, on 18 November 1846 at Lambeth, Surrey, England; Mentioned in this marriage listing are the fathers:Charles Frederick Sickel, musician; and Robert Dunkin, druggist.

Witnesses were George R Sickel and Elizabeth Dunkin. 
Death*Ann Dunkin died circa 1893 at Bromley, Kent, England.1 

Family

James Thomas Sickel b. c 1822
Children

Citations:

  1. [S57] Frankie.
  2. [S1] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, General Register Office, London (unknown file date).

Charles Frederick Sickel

b. circa 1793, d. 21 March 1852

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited27 Jun 2010

Birth*Charles Frederick Sickel was born circa 1793 at England; Age in 1851 census, 56 implies born in 1795. Age in death record is 59 implying born 1793.1,2 
Marriage*He married Louisa Hilton circa 1816 at England. 
Occupation*Charles Frederick Sickel was Musician - from marriage record of son, Charles Frederick Sickel, Jr in 1837.3 
Death*He died on 21 March 1852 at England; Record of Deaths and Burials 1813-1980 lists his age at death as 59.1 

Family

Louisa Hilton b. c 1801, d. c 1860
Children

Citations:

  1. [S22] Unknown name of person, Death Registration - State level.
  2. [S84] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  3. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, Marriage record of son.
  4. [S82] Census 1871, England.

Louisa Hilton

b. circa 1801, d. circa 1860

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited7 Dec 2010

Birth*Louisa Hilton was born circa 1801 at England; Birth year deduced from 1841 census - her age was given as 40. 
Married Name As of circa 1816,her married name was Sickel. 
Marriage*She married Charles Frederick Sickel circa 1816 at England. 
Address* As of 1841, Louisa Hilton lived at 17 East Street, Lambeth, England.1 
Death*She died circa 1860 at England. 

Family

Charles Frederick Sickel b. c 1793, d. 21 Mar 1852
Children

Citations:

  1. [S82] Census 1871, England.

Robert Dunkin

b. 22 February 1793, d. 1848

FatherJohn Dunkin1 b. c 1760, d. c 1810
MotherElizabeth Ellis1 b. c 1764, d. c 1800
Robert Dunkin|b. 22 Feb 1793\nd. 1848|p2.htm#i49|John Dunkin|b. c 1760\nd. c 1810|p29.htm#i1652|Elizabeth Ellis|b. c 1764\nd. c 1800|p29.htm#i1653|||||||||||||

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited2 Jul 2009

Birth*Robert Dunkin was born on 22 February 1793 at St Botolph without Aldersgate, London, England.1 
He was the son of John Dunkin and Elizabeth Ellis.1 
BaptismRobert Dunkin was baptized on 21 September 1804 at St Luke, Chelsea, London, England.1 
Marriage*He married Catherine Ann Starling, daughter of Joseph Starling and Catherine Dunkin, on 20 July 1815 at T St Jas, Clerkenwell, London, England.1 
Occupation*Robert Dunkin was Druggist circa 1825. 
Marriage*He married Mary Galsworthy circa 1830 at England.1 
Death*Robert Dunkin died in 1848 at 2 Vine Street, Lambeth, London, England.1 

Family 1

Catherine Ann Starling b. 1795, d. c 1827
Children

Family 2

Mary Galsworthy b. 10 Nov 1811, d. 1871
Children

Citations:

  1. [S57] Frankie.

Catherine Ann Starling1

b. 1795, d. circa 1827

FatherJoseph Starling1 b. 8 May 1772
MotherCatherine Dunkin1 b. c 1775
Catherine Ann Starling|b. 1795\nd. c 1827|p2.htm#i50|Joseph Starling|b. 8 May 1772|p33.htm#i1859|Catherine Dunkin|b. c 1775|p33.htm#i1862|Joseph Starling|b. c 1750|p33.htm#i1863|Elizabeth Starling|b. c 1752|p34.htm#i1864|||||||

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited2 Jul 2009

Birth*Catherine Ann Starling was born in 1795 at England.1 
She was the daughter of Joseph Starling and Catherine Dunkin.1 
Married Name As of circa 1815,her married name was Dunkin. 
Marriage*Catherine Ann Starling married Robert Dunkin, son of John Dunkin and Elizabeth Ellis, on 20 July 1815 at T St Jas, Clerkenwell, London, England.1 
Death*Catherine Ann Starling died circa 1827 at England.1 

Family

Robert Dunkin b. 22 Feb 1793, d. 1848
Children

Citations:

  1. [S57] Frankie.

Charles Frederick Jr Sickel

b. 1816, d. 1850

FatherCharles Frederick Sickel b. c 1793, d. 21 Mar 1852
MotherLouisa Hilton b. c 1801, d. c 1860
Charles Frederick Jr Sickel|b. 1816\nd. 1850|p2.htm#i51|Charles Frederick Sickel|b. c 1793\nd. 21 Mar 1852|p2.htm#i47|Louisa Hilton|b. c 1801\nd. c 1860|p2.htm#i48|||||||||||||

Last Edited27 Jun 2010

Birth*Charles Frederick Jr Sickel was born in 1816 at Lambeth, Surrey, England; Judging from 1841 census birth year was 1816
Lambeth is now a part of London.1 
He was the son of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton
Occupation*Charles Frederick Jr Sickel was Musician - frrom marriage certificate in 1837 at Lambeth, Surrey, England.2 
Marriage*He married Anne Harrison, daughter of George Harrison, on 27 December 1837 at The Parish Church, Parish of St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, England; Witnesses Charles Frederick Sickel and J.S. Crawler
John Peat, curate officiating

Bride's address - 7 Allen St Lambeth.3 
Residence*Charles Frederick Jr Sickel lived on 31 December 1837 at 70 Carlisle Street, Jambeth, Surrey, England. 
Death*He died in 1850 at England. 

Family

Anne Harrison b. c 1820
Child

Citations:

  1. [S82] Census 1871, England.
  2. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, General Register Office, London.

Anne Harrison

b. circa 1820

FatherGeorge Harrison b. c 1800
Anne Harrison|b. c 1820|p2.htm#i52|George Harrison|b. c 1800|p39.htm#i2109||||||||||||||||

Last Edited27 Jun 2010

Death*Anne Harrison died at England. 
Birth*She was born circa 1820 at Pentonville,, London, England; Birth year deduced from 1841 census. On the other hand the 1891 census listed her as 71 thus indicating a birth year of 1820.1,2 
She was the daughter of George Harrison
Married Name As of 27 December 1837,her married name was Sickel.3 
Marriage*Anne Harrison married Charles Frederick Jr Sickel, son of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton, on 27 December 1837 at The Parish Church, Parish of St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey, England; Witnesses Charles Frederick Sickel and J.S. Crawler
John Peat, curate officiating

Bride's address - 7 Allen St Lambeth.4 
Residence*Anne Harrison lived on 31 December 1837 at 7 Allen Street, Lambeth, Surrey, England. 
ResidenceShe lived in 1891 at 38 Chart Terrace, Ashford, Kent, England.2 

Family

Charles Frederick Jr Sickel b. 1816, d. 1850
Child

Citations:

  1. [S82] Census 1871, England.
  2. [S83] Unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  3. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  4. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, General Register Office, London.

William George Sickel

b. 1828

FatherCharles Frederick Sickel b. c 1793, d. 21 Mar 1852
MotherLouisa Hilton b. c 1801, d. c 1860
William George Sickel|b. 1828|p2.htm#i53|Charles Frederick Sickel|b. c 1793\nd. 21 Mar 1852|p2.htm#i47|Louisa Hilton|b. c 1801\nd. c 1860|p2.htm#i48|||||||||||||

Last Edited26 Jul 1999

Death*William George Sickel died at England. 
Birth*He was born in 1828 at England. 
He was the son of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton

Rosina Sickel

b. 5 August 1838, d. after 1839

FatherCharles Frederick Sickel b. c 1793, d. 21 Mar 1852
MotherLouisa Hilton b. c 1801, d. c 1860
Rosina Sickel|b. 5 Aug 1838\nd. a 1839|p2.htm#i54|Charles Frederick Sickel|b. c 1793\nd. 21 Mar 1852|p2.htm#i47|Louisa Hilton|b. c 1801\nd. c 1860|p2.htm#i48|||||||||||||

Last Edited21 Jun 2010

Birth*Rosina Sickel was born on 5 August 1838 at St Mary Parish, Lambeth, Surrey, England.1,2 
She was the daughter of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton
Death*Rosina Sickel died after 1839 at England. 

Citations:

  1. [S1] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, GRO (unknown file date).
  2. [S82] Census 1871, England.

Marie Sickel

b. 1830, d. ?

FatherCharles Frederick Sickel b. c 1793, d. 21 Mar 1852
MotherLouisa Hilton b. c 1801, d. c 1860
Marie Sickel|b. 1830\nd. ?|p2.htm#i55|Charles Frederick Sickel|b. c 1793\nd. 21 Mar 1852|p2.htm#i47|Louisa Hilton|b. c 1801\nd. c 1860|p2.htm#i48|||||||||||||

Last Edited7 Aug 1999

Death*Marie Sickel died in ? At England. 
Birth*She was born in 1830 at England. 
She was the daughter of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton
Married Name As of 1850,her married name was Busby. 
Marriage*Marie Sickel married James Busby in 1850 at England. 

Family

James Busby

James Busby


Last Edited11 Nov 2005

Death*James Busby died at England. 
Birth*He was born at England. 
Marriage*He married Marie Sickel, daughter of Charles Frederick Sickel and Louisa Hilton, in 1850 at England. 

Family

Marie Sickel b. 1830, d. ?

George Munro

b. 8 November 1790, d. circa 1840

FatherJames Munro1 b. c 1760
MotherMary Munro1 b. c 1770
George Munro|b. 8 Nov 1790\nd. c 1840|p2.htm#i57|James Munro|b. c 1760|p41.htm#i2183|Mary Munro|b. c 1770|p41.htm#i2184|||||||||||||

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited16 Apr 2012

Birth*George Munro was born on 8 November 1790 at Cnocknafeanag, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland.1 
He was the son of James Munro and Mary Munro.1 
Occupation*George Munro was a cabinet maker on 23 February 1818.1 
Marriage*He married Janet (Jessie) MacRae, daughter of Christopher MacRae and Marjory Robertson, on 25 February 1818 at Knockbain, Inverness, Scotland; From the parochial records at Knockbain: "25 Febr. 1818 George Munro Wright at Belmaduthen in this parish and Jessy McRae at Inverness." (from the Old Parochial Registers at Knockbain )
Another report from Jean Brodie (2005) records the date of marriage as 23 Feb 1818 (from OPR Inverness).2,1 
Death*George Munro died circa 1840 at Inverness, Scotland; The 1841 census indicated Janet Munro living with 4 children in Avoch, so presumably George died before that date. It describes her as "retailing loaf bread."

The 1851 census "head of house, widow, aged 57, pauper, (hemp spinner), born in Inverness-shire."2

 

Family

Janet (Jessie) MacRae b. 22 Jan 1793, d. 2 Dec 1859
Children

Citations:

  1. [S39] SARS Report 14 Sep 1977.
  2. [S38] Report 14 Sep 1977.

Janet (Jessie) MacRae

b. 22 January 1793, d. 2 December 1859

FatherChristopher MacRae1,2 b. c 1765, d. c 1815
MotherMarjory Robertson1,2 b. 13 May 1769, d. c 1820
Janet (Jessie) MacRae|b. 22 Jan 1793\nd. 2 Dec 1859|p2.htm#i58|Christopher MacRae|b. c 1765\nd. c 1815|p2.htm#i59|Marjory Robertson|b. 13 May 1769\nd. c 1820|p2.htm#i60|||||||James Robertson|b. c 1736|p24.htm#i1421|Cathrin C. Foular|b. 4 Nov 1740\nd. c 1790|p24.htm#i1422|

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited19 Apr 2012

Birth*Janet (Jessie) MacRae was born on 22 January 1793 at Inverness, Scotland; From Jean Brodie's report 25 Jan 2005:
The OPRs of Ross and Cromarty, the following entry:

Jany.22nd 1793
Baptized by Mr Charles Calder Janet Daughter to Christopher McCrae (sic) in Tornabuiack and to his spouse
Marjory Robertson.
OPR Urquhart and Logie Wester.1,3

 
She was the daughter of Christopher MacRae and Marjory Robertson.1,2 
Married Name As of 25 February 1818,her married name was Munro. 
Marriage*Janet (Jessie) MacRae married George Munro, son of James Munro and Mary Munro, on 25 February 1818 at Knockbain, Inverness, Scotland; From the parochial records at Knockbain: "25 Febr. 1818 George Munro Wright at Belmaduthen in this parish and Jessy McRae at Inverness." (from the Old Parochial Registers at Knockbain )
Another report from Jean Brodie (2005) records the date of marriage as 23 Feb 1818 (from OPR Inverness).4,1 
Death*Janet (Jessie) MacRae died on 2 December 1859 at Inverness, Scotland, at age 66; At 10 Bridge St., Inverness. The 1861 census reveals this was the home of her son, George.4,3 
Burial*She was buried on 5 December 1859 at Churchyard, Avoch, Ross-shire, Scotland; Death reported to the Registrar by her son, George.4
 

Family

George Munro b. 8 Nov 1790, d. c 1840
Children

Citations:

  1. [S39] SARS Report 14 Sep 1977.
  2. [S75] Lyn Watson.
  3. [S76] Lyn Watson, "Registry Report for James Robertson", Ancestral File.
  4. [S38] Report 14 Sep 1977.

Christopher MacRae1,2

b. circa 1765, d. circa 1815

 

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited6 Oct 2010

Birth*Christopher MacRae was born circa 1765 at Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.3 
Marriage*He married Marjory Robertson, daughter of James Robertson and Cathrin Christian Foular, on 12 July 1787 at Knockenvast, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland; Christopher McCrae in Teanahaun was contracted with Marjory Robertson in Cnockeanuast and married 12th day of July.2 
Occupation*Christopher MacRae was Messenger-at-Arms within the Sheriffdom of Inverness.
(See exhibit) on 18 March 1805. 
Death*He died circa 1815 at Scotland. 

Family

Marjory Robertson b. 13 May 1769, d. c 1820
Children

Citations:

  1. In some records the name is spelt McCrae.
  2. [S39] SARS Report 14 Sep 1977.
  3. [S76] Lyn Watson, "Registry Report for James Robertson", Ancestral File.
  4. [S75] Lyn Watson.

Marjory Robertson1,2

b. 13 May 1769, d. circa 1820

 

FatherJames Robertson2 b. c 1736
MotherCathrin Christian Foular2 b. 4 Nov 1740, d. c 1790
Marjory Robertson|b. 13 May 1769\nd. c 1820|p2.htm#i60|James Robertson|b. c 1736|p24.htm#i1421|Cathrin Christian Foular|b. 4 Nov 1740\nd. c 1790|p24.htm#i1422|||||||Andrew Fowler|b. c 1710|p41.htm#i2179|Christian Gray|||

ChartsHugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited2 Oct 2010

Birth*Marjory Robertson was born on 13 May 1769 at Knockenvast, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland.2,3 
She was the daughter of James Robertson and Cathrin Christian Foular.2 
Married Name As of 12 July 1787,her married name was MacRae.2 
Marriage*Marjory Robertson married Christopher MacRae on 12 July 1787 at Knockenvast, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland; Christopher McCrae in Teanahaun was contracted with Marjory Robertson in Cnockeanuast and married 12th day of July.2 
Death*Marjory Robertson died circa 1820 at Scotland. 

Family

Christopher MacRae b. c 1765, d. c 1815
Children

Citations:

  1. Jean Brodie's report 25 Jan 2005.
  2. [S39] SARS Report 14 Sep 1977.
  3. [S76] Lyn Watson, "Registry Report for James Robertson", Ancestral File.
  4. [S75] Lyn Watson.

Thomas Yielding

b. 5 February 1875, d. 22 January 1954

ChartsMona Katleen Carter
Last Edited30 Jul 2011

Birth*Thomas Yielding was born on 5 February 1875 at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.1,2 
Marriage*He married Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant, daughter of James David Bryant and Harriet Love, on 21 September 1904 at Vancouver, BC, Canada.2,3 
Death*Thomas Yielding died on 22 January 1954 at Montreal, Quebec, Canada, at age 78.2,4 

Family

Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant b. 30 May 1886, d. 13 Apr 1943
Children

Citations:

  1. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, His marriage certificate issued in B.C. indicates his place of birth as "Yarmouth, England." There is no doubt he meant "Great Yarmouth" because he spoke about growing up in Norfolk, going to school in Norwich, and skating on the canals in Norfolk.
  2. [S2] Unknown testator will, Hugh Munro Carter, unknown repository.
  3. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, Cert of Marr B.C. Registration No. 04-09-050836 (Extract held by Hugh Munro Carter).
  4. [S22] Unknown name of person, Death Registration - State level, Province of Quebec.

Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant

b. 30 May 1886, d. 13 April 1943

FatherJames David Bryant b. 1855, d. 1932
MotherHarriet Love b. 12 Feb 1861, d. 31 Dec 1922
Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant|b. 30 May 1886\nd. 13 Apr 1943|p2.htm#i62|James David Bryant|b. 1855\nd. 1932|p3.htm#i115|Harriet Love|b. 12 Feb 1861\nd. 31 Dec 1922|p3.htm#i116|James Bryant|b. 1822\nd. 22 Feb 1883|p4.htm#i134||||George W. Love|b. 24 Nov 1838\nd. 19 Dec 1870|p4.htm#i126|Harriet Holloway|b. 1840\nd. 24 Nov 1916|p4.htm#i127|

ChartsMona Katleen Carter
Last Edited30 Jul 2011

Birth*Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant was born on 30 May 1886 at Perth, Western Australia, Australia.1 
She was the daughter of James David Bryant and Harriet Love
Married Name As of 21 September 1904,her married name was Yielding.2 
Marriage*Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant married Thomas Yielding on 21 September 1904 at Vancouver, BC, Canada.3,4 
Death*Harriet Maud (Molly) Bryant died on 13 April 1943 at 564 West 21st Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada, at age 56; Died of pernicious anemia.5 

Family

Thomas Yielding b. 5 Feb 1875, d. 22 Jan 1954
Children

Citations:

  1. [S1] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, Registrar General, Western Australia (unknown file date).
  2. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, Cert of Marr issued by B.C. Govt. In possession of Hugh Munro Carter.
  3. [S2] Unknown testator will, Hugh Munro Carter, unknown repository.
  4. [S49] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address, Cert of Marr B.C. Registration No. 04-09-050836 (Extract held by Hugh Munro Carter).
  5. [S22] Unknown name of person, Death Registration - State level, Province of BC.

Sally - Sara Ann Margaret Panton1

b. 8 June 1924, d. 15 September 1997

 

FatherLieutenant Colonel Kenneth Douglas Panton M.D. b. 17 Aug 1884, d. 24 Jun 1965
Mother"Dorie" Olive Marjorie Doris McLagan b. 26 Aug 1893, d. 28 Nov 1959
Sally - Sara Ann Margaret Panton|b. 8 Jun 1924\nd. 15 Sep 1997|p2.htm#i66|Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Douglas Panton M.D.|b. 17 Aug 1884\nd. 24 Jun 1965|p14.htm#i570|"Dorie" Olive Marjorie Doris McLagan|b. 26 Aug 1893\nd. 28 Nov 1959|p16.htm#i825|Major William Panton|b. 1847\nd. 1935|p16.htm#i818|Lily Mackenzie|b. c 1850|p22.htm#i1197|John C. McLagan|b. c 1855|p22.htm#i1176|Sara A. Maclure|b. 1856\nd. c 1924|p22.htm#i1173|

Last Edited26 Nov 2010

Birth*Sally - Sara Ann Margaret Panton was born on 8 June 1924 at Vancouver, BC, Canada. 
She was the daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Douglas Panton M.D. and "Dorie" Olive Marjorie Doris McLagan
Anecdote*Attended original Prince of Wales elementary, then York House schools.
Childhood summers at Buccaneer Bay.
Technical draftsman for Boeing's plant on Sea Island during the war.
At UBC she was queen of the first Red Cross Ball in 1944, and was a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Towards the end of the war, she served in England with the St. John's Ambulance brigade caring for wounded soldiers.
After the war, became very active in the Junior League, and was renowned for her singing and dancing at their cabarets.
For many years sang with the band of Dr. Harry Pitts.
Sally and Mac joined the Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club and were active for years.
In the various business ventures with Mac, she not only displayed fine business acumen, but contributed excellent artistic ideas. A good example was the decor at Instant Offices.
In 1970 spent an exciting year travelling in Europe with the family (to whom lessons had to be given in lieu of school)
Her exceptional joie-de-vivre, generosity of spirit, and warmth of personality inspired everyone who knew her. She had a gift for bringing out the best in others who were always warmed by her presence.
She also took a great interest in many simple aspects of life, such as counting and observing the trains and cruise ships which passed by the apartment in West Vancouver, or combing beaches for interesting finds. 
Married Name As of 28 February 1948,her married name was Carter. 
Marriage*Sally - Sara Ann Margaret Panton married Stewart McMordie 'Mac' Carter, son of Robert Stewart Carter and Evelyn Blanche Munro, on 28 February 1948 at St. John's Anglican Church, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Best man was David Carmichael. 
Married Name As of 1993,her married name was King. 
Death*Sally - Sara Ann Margaret Panton died on 15 September 1997 at West Vancouver, BC, Canada, at age 73. 
Obituary*She was New Tag Excerpts from obituary in Vancouver Sun

She was a 4th generation Vancouverite descended from John and Martha McClure, a Royal engineer and his wife who had come around Cape Horn in the clipper ship Thames City to camp at Sapperton (New Westminster). Her grandmother, Sara McLagan, was the first woman editor of the Vancouver Daily World (later to become the Vancouver Sun) in the early 1900's. Her great uncle was Samuel McClure, one of BC's finest early architects, whose buildings are still admired today.Sally's father was Lieut. Col. Dr. Kenneth D. Panton, Vancouver's police surgeon.
She was very creative and entreprenurial, starting businesses with Mac such as the Village Green Cafeteria, the Oak Shop, and McMordie's Copper and Brass, as well as JoSal Crafts with her good friend Joan Straight. on 16 September 1997. 

Family

Stewart McMordie 'Mac' Carter b. 16 Oct 1921, d. 19 Apr 1989
Children
  • Doria Evelyn Carter
  • John Robert Carter
  • Hugh William Carter

Citations:

  1. Full name isSara Ann Margaret Panton.

William Weir

b. circa 1750

ChartsHoward Duglas Carter
Hugh Baker Carter
Hugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited18 Oct 2003

Birth*William Weir was born circa 1750 at Scotland. 
Marriage*He married Jean/Jane Wood circa 1770. 

Family

Jean/Jane Wood b. c 1750
Child

Jean/Jane Wood

b. circa 1750

ChartsHoward Duglas Carter
Hugh Baker Carter
Hugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited7 Mar 2002

Married NameHer married name was Weir. 
Birth*Jean/Jane Wood was born circa 1750 at Scotland. 
Marriage*She married William Weir circa 1770. 

Family

William Weir b. c 1750
Child

William Neilson

b. 5 October 1729

FatherWilliam Neilson b. 7 Jan 1694
MotherMargaret Park b. 26 May 1693
William Neilson|b. 5 Oct 1729|p2.htm#i69|William Neilson|b. 7 Jan 1694|p3.htm#i71|Margaret Park|b. 26 May 1693|p10.htm#i424|Robert Neilson|b. 1670|p10.htm#i415||||James Park||p11.htm#i426|Margaret McAlpine|||

ChartsHoward Duglas Carter
Hugh Baker Carter
Hugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited23 Nov 1999

Marriage*William Neilson married Marion Park.1 
Birth*William Neilson was born on 5 October 1729 at Glasgow, Scotland; According to Gayle Nelson's family tree book, William, born in 1729, was the sixth child of seven children of William and Margaret Park.1 
BaptismHe was baptized on 5 October 1729 at Glasgow, Scotland.1 
He was the son of William Neilson and Margaret Park

Family

Marion Park
Child

Citations:

  1. [S6] Unknown compiler, "Barb Milburn", Ancestral File.

Elizabeth Chalmers

b. 11 October 1751

FatherJames Chalmers b. 1731
MotherAnn Hamilton b. 1731
Elizabeth Chalmers|b. 11 Oct 1751|p2.htm#i70|James Chalmers|b. 1731|p3.htm#i73|Ann Hamilton|b. 1731|p3.htm#i74|William Chalmers|||Christian Scott|||Daniel Hamilton|||Mary Richmond|||

ChartsHoward Duglas Carter
Hugh Baker Carter
Hugh Munro Carter
Todd William Carter
Last Edited7 Mar 2002

Birth*Elizabeth Chalmers was born on 11 October 1751 at Lanark Parish, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 
She was the daughter of James Chalmers and Ann Hamilton
Married Name As of 1771,her married name was Neilson. 
Marriage*Elizabeth Chalmers married William Neilson, son of William Neilson and Marion Park, on 26 May 1771 at Lanark Parish, Kincardine, Scotland.1 

Family

William Neilson b. 19 Jan 1750
Children

Citations:

  1. [S6] Unknown compiler, "Barb Milburn", Ancestral File.