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101 A.H.D. Ross (Ottawa Past and Present, 1927) records that Patrick Killeen was the first person of European ancestry to be born in March Township. 1851 census also lists March as birthplace. However, in the 1861 census, and in his death record of 1890, his birthplace is listed as Ireland.  Killeen, Patrick (I125)
 
102 Abjuration and adult baptism (same date as that of marriage to Anne Kelly) Johnston, James (I3526)
 
103 Abjuration and adult baptism. Godparents: Bernard Gaffney and Catherine Killeen. Palmer, Johanna Gertrude (I573)
 
104 Accompanied her husband when he fled to Wyoming, from Crookston, Polk County, Minnesota, in the winter of 1905-6. Is said to be living in Minot, North Dakota in summer of 1906 (after Alexander Moran arrested and brought back to Crookston). Unknown, Unknown (I5403)
 
105 According to Aggie O'Neill, Agnes Mooney knew people who had been involved in the Fenian raids. Mooney, Agnes Mary (I1044)
 
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1821)
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1820)
 
108 According to Maurice Casey's historical sketch, this was the first marriage recorded in the registers for St. Patrick's, Ottawa. Family F8
 
109 According to the 1871 census (research by John Alexander Moran) the family had one lot of two acres on which there were two dwellings and one barn. They had 3 wagons and 1 plough, along with a bit of livestock: a horse, a cow, and a pig. They had sold 70 pounds of butter in the preceeding year. Family F27
 
110 Address: 141 Cumberland Gaffney, Bernard (I490)
 
111 Address: 141 Cumberland Gaffney, Stephen (I568)
 
112 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I800)
 
113 Adopted. Moran, Catherine (I3579)
 
114 Adult RC baptism. Priest notes that he is a "Convert from Church of England." Presumably christened in an Anglican church as an infant. Greenwood, Stanley Exton (I2232)
 
115 After 1861, before 1871. Family F1407
 
116 Age 11 years Shirley, Susanna (I3252)
 
117 Age 15 years Shirley, Robert (I3255)
 
118 Age 3 weeks. Godparents: Michael Galligan and Mary Galligan. Killeen, Bridget Loretto (I31)
 
119 Aged 1 year, 3 months Daley, Denis (I3313)
 
120 Aged 13 months Cahill, Anne (I3124)
 
121 Aged 2 months Daley, John (I3296)
 
122 Aged 2 years, 2 months Daley, Mary (I3309)
 
123 Aged two weeks Leavy, Peter (I2440)
 
124 Agnes O'Neill (January 2007) described her Uncle Dominic as "an easy-going man" and a "gentle man," who "never said a bad word about anyone." As a little girl, Agnes would sit on his knee and he would sing "Barbary Allen," and she would be in tears because the song was so sad.  Stanton, Michael Dominic (I679)
 
125 Agnes O'Neill told me (January 2007) that Mildred used to put holy water (and plenty of brandy) in her Christmas cakes. Also that Mildred was "very good-looking" and had "a great sense of humour." Burke, Mildred Estella (I678)
 
126 Agnes O'Neill told me (January 2007) that Vidy (Burke) O'Neill learned to drive a car when she was 9 or 10 years old. Her father Thomas Burke bought an old grey car but never learned to drive it. Agnes's Uncle Dominic (Vidy's brother-in-law Dominic Stanton) taught Vidy how to drive and she used to drive her dad into Ottawa. Burke, Mary Margaret Alvira (I681)
 
127 Alexander's birthplace given as Flushing, New York. Parents: Christopher William Jameson and Jeannette Lowrey. Family F1376
 
128 Alphonsine St Onge married as "fille mineure," having obtained paternal consent. Family F422
 
129 Also in records as John McGlade McGlade, Owen/John (I5551)
 
130 Also in register for mission at Pakenham, baptismal date given as 20 February 1858, Bridget two weeks old. Galligan, Bridget (I863)
 
131 Also known as Ellen Dunn(e) Dunn, Eleanor (I4522)
 
132 Also known as Emma Kennedy, Winnifred (I5362)
 
133 Also known as John? Dunne, Owen (I4877)
 
134 Also known as William Henrichon (sometimes anglicized as Harrishaw) Madden, William Joseph (I955)
 
135 Alternative spellings: Gallagan, Galligan, Galliger. Galligan, Bridget (I126)
 
136 An early Moran/Lahey connection: James Moran and Margaret Jamieson were godparents to Elizabeth Lahey, daughter of Patrick Lahey and Elizabeth Wharton, baptized Notre Dame, Bytown on 4 March 1832. Family F6
 
137 An online collection of transcriptions from letters, family bibles, voters' lists, and other sources. Repository (REPO16)
 
138 Anglican Family F1799
 
139 Anglican. She and John Lahey received special dispensation to marry at St. Patrick's, Ottawa. On 10 August 1888, at St. Patrick's, Ottawa, the priest received her abjuration and baptized her into the Catholic Church. However, according to D.T. Lahey, she "raised all of her children, except Daniel, as Protestants," which created "considerable religious discord for the next generation." Herbert, Jessie Florence (I1589)
 
140 Anne (McDonald/McDonnell) McCarthy is buried with her first husband, David Mahoney. McDonald, Honora (I713)
 
141 Anne Cahill marries as "fille mineure" Family F1032
 
142 Apparently lived in Tweed. Madden, William Joseph (I955)
 
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Edmonds, George (I5234)
 
144 At age 14, he worked at a lumber camp north of Pembroke: "...took two teams of horses up north of Pembroke in the fall and hauled logs all winter. They were placed on the iced and floated to sawmills down stream in the spring." (Allison Moran, Moran Family Tree).  Moran, Thomas Edwin (I21)
 
145 At least three of the children of Sandy Moran and Mary Leavy played the fiddle: James, Alec, and Em. Emmett Sloan recalled the Morans as very fond of music and dancing. Family F5
 
146 At time of death, belonged to the parish of St. Patrick's, Ottawa, but was buried at St. Isidore, South March Burke, John (I878)
 
147 Aunt Nicki says he was a prospector in Timmins, Ontario. Derouin, Prosper (I1405)
 
148 Baptised at about 3 weeks old ("née depuis trois semaines") Cahill, Susanne (I3152)
 
149 Baptised Maria Kathleen, death record says Mary Catharine. Sullivan, Mary Catharine (I2710)
 
150 Baptismal record found in two registers: Fitzroy Harbour mission and St. Mary's, Quyon Quinn, Thomas Michael (I1905)
 

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