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51 Born in Ottawa, he was educated at University of Ottawa and joined the banking industry. He was working with Union Bank in Rockland where he met Amy Turner. They married in 1916 in Ottawa. He joined Banque National Canada in Ottawa. In the '20s he was transferred to the bank's operations in Northern Ontario, first in Ville Marie and then Cochrane. He contracted tuberculosis and returned to Ottawa. He was admitted to the Ottawa Sanitarium. After his condition continued to deteriorate, he decided to recuperate at the cottage at Aylen Lake. He died there in July 1929 at the age of 29 years. He was buried at Notre Dame Cemetery in Ottawa. de Grosbois, Charles Gaeten B (I5723)
 
52 Bridget Kiley was born in Ireland in 1862 and came to America in 1877. According to the 1880 Massachusetts census, her parents, Michael and Mary Kiley, and 2 brothers were living in Salem, MA. At age 18 she married William Patrick or Patrick William Berry.

The 1901 census shows Bridget living with her four children in Dunham Quebec. Her husband, Joseph Lavery had died c1899. Subsequently, the family moved to a farm in Richford, Vermont.

The 1901 census states that she emigrated from Ireland in 1877.

Her great granddaughter, Judy Lavery Smith, says that she died in North Attleboro, MA at the home of her daughter Lizzie Berry Kennedy of a cerebral hemorrage. 
Kiley, Bridget (I63)
 
53 Brother of Laura Maloney, married to Anthony Cullen. Maloney, Peter David (I6915)
 
54 Caille is the twin of Shannon. Hall, Caille (I3622)
 
55 Carmel died at 2 years and 4 months. McClements, Carmel (I7074)
 
56 Catherine was a "fille du roi". Leroux, Catherine (I5835)
 
57 Catherine was deaf Healey, Catherine (I858)
 
58 Catherine was John's cousin. Macdonell, Catherine (I6998)
 
59 Charles and wife were living in Cowansville in 1901. Lavery, Charles Edwin (I4274)
 
60 Charles was a day labourer at the time of his marriage. Depocas-dit-Joanis, Charles (I2246)
 
61 Charles was married in 1801 in a double ceremony: he married Marie-Louise Desjardins and his widowed mother Marie-Anne remarried to Joseph Deguire-Desjardins.

In 1825 and 1831, Charles was living in Petit Chicot concession in St. Eustache parish. 
Amringer, Charles Guillaume (I3405)
 
62 Charles worked as a stage driver for a time in Fredericton, perhaps with his father or Turnerís Express, before moving to Maine; he married Ellen Kimball c1866 and settled in Winn, Maine where he was a veterinarian, operated a livery stable and stagecoach line, and trained trotters and pacers. He died in 1910. Turner, Charles William (I1602)
 
63 Charlotte (1799-1891) remained single. She was living with her mother in 1851. She may have been a teacher as there are several references in House of Assembly records of payments to a Charlotte Turner, teacher in the mid-1800s in Fredericton. In 1881, she was living in Saint John, Portland Ward 2 with her widowed brother-in-law, William Stevens. In 1891, just prior to her death, she was living as a lodger in Saint John City, Sydney ward. Charlotte died at age 92 in the Home for Aged Ladies in Saint John. Turner, Charlotte H (I1669)
 
64 Cholestic was a teacher. Girouard, Scholestic Letitia (I4967)
 
65 Claude was a baker. Lefebvre-dit-Boulanger, Claude (I5415)
 
66 Cromwell Cox emigrated to Canada in 1881. In 1901, he was a lumber merchant. Cox was bilingual.
He and his wife emigrated to the Los Angeles area in 1924. In 1930, he was living in Glendale. He died in 1930. 
Cox, John Cromwell (I1838)
 
67 Curator, Ft. Gordon Museum, Georgia Turner, Gordon Cromwell (I1843)
 
68 Damase was a farmer on Lot 3 Concession 9 in Clarence Creek Joanis, Damase (I1225)
 
69 Daniel and his family lived on 100 acres at range 9, lot 1 Wakefield township. Carroll, Daniel (I6929)
 
70 Daniel B. (1807-1879) married Sarah Ross about 1838. By 1850, he was living Plymouth Grant, Aroostook, Maine. By 1870 in Fort Fairfield, Maine, where they were farming. They had at least nine children. They both died there in 1879. Turner, Daniel B (I1680)
 
71 Daniel is listed in the 1826 census for Lower Canada as a farmer in St. Armand.
In the 1851 census, he is 60 years old, a farmer in Dunham, and single. 
Lavery, Daniel (I6387)
 
72 Dennis Ryan was a blacksmith by trade, a carpenter and a farmer. Ryan, Dennis (I284)
 
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1779)
 
74 Died at 16 years of age. McClements, Mary Margaret Theresa (I9)
 
75 Died at 3 months and 3 weeks. McClements, Mary Mildred (I7110)
 
76 Died at age 76 Murphy, Patrick (I4315)
 
77 Died at age 81 McGiff, Ann Jane (I4316)
 
78 Died in 1944 on an air raid in Norway while serving in the RCAF.

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission records are as follows:

Name: CULLEN, JOSEPH PATRICK LEONARD
Initials: J P L
Nationality: Canadian
Rank: Flying Officer (Air Bomber)
Regiment/Service: Royal Canadian Air Force
Unit Text: 429 Sqdn.
Age: 25
Date of Death: 28/12/1944
Service No: J/36888
Additional information: Son of James Patrick and Abigail Mary Cullen, of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Coll. grave. B. 1. 7-12.
Cemetery: SANDEFJORD (EKEBERG) CHURCHYARD

In Memory of
Flying Officer JOSEPH PATRICK LEONARD CULLEN

J/36888, 429 Sqdn., Royal Canadian Air Force
who died age 25
on 28 December 1944
Son of James Patrick and Abigail Mary Cullen, of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Remembered with honour
SANDEFJORD (EKEBERG) CHURCHYARD

Commemorated in perpetuity by
the Commonwealth War Graves Commission 
Cullen, Joseph Patrick Leonard (I5067)
 
79 Died of diphtheria. McClements, Joseph Bernard (I6857)
 
80 Died of diphtheria. McClements, Theresa (I6860)
 
81 Died of diphtheria. McClements, Mary Agnes Doreen (I6858)
 
82 Dollard drowned with his brother Wilfrid. Maheu, Dollard (I3231)
 
83 Dorothy spent most of her adult life in England. She later lived in New Jersey, Arizona and then at the Lenoir Care Center in Columbia, Missouri Holland, Dorothy Jane (I6098)
 
84 Drowned at Bathing Island, Rideau River, while attempting to rescue others. Cullen, Joseph Patrick Eldon (I5112)
 
85 Drowned in the Lievre River.

From Evelyn Burke re Michael's death

The family was living on a farm on the west side of the Lievre River at a time when there was no bridge at La Salette to cross the river. Michael had taken the family across the river on a raft to attend Sunday mass. he returned home to retrieve something but did not come back to town to fetch the family. His body was found in the river. The theory is that he lost his balance, fell off the raft and drowned.

The first bridge, covered, was built about 1927. 
McClemens, Michael Gerald (I635)
 
86 Eddie Doray owned and operated an electrical contracting business. Doray, Leland Edward Samuel (I42)
 
87 Edith was of Swedish descent. She was born and raised in Montreal. She met her husband at church where she was a member of the choir. Johnson, Edith May (I3623)
 
88 Edouard was a farmer and millwright at the time of his death. Cause of death was inflamation of the lungs. Joanis, Edouard (I1313)
 
89 Edward Doray was a factory worker at Northern Electric in Montreal.

In the 1911 Census, Edward, Theresa and son Leland were living in Montreal's St. Antoine ward. Edward was a "machinist" employed in a shop. He worked 55 hours per week and in 1910 had earned $780. He was bilingual; she spoke English only. Edward & Theresa had 6 lodgers living with them. 
Doray, Samuel Edward Michael (I50)
 
90 Elisabeth was a "fille du roi". Doucinet, Élisabeth (I5787)
 
91 Elizabeth married Michael Ryan in 1835 and they settled in Plantagenet Mills, Canada West where he owned a tavern and hotel. She was a vivacious redhead with a beautiful singing voice. Michael and Elizabeth had 13 children. Later, he and his sons operated a large farm near Curran, Ontario.
 
Cullen, Elizabeth (I1693)
 
92 Elizabeth operated a millinery shop. Berry, Elizabeth Frances (I64)
 
93 Emma was adopted in the town of Long You, Zhe Jiang Province, China on February 16, 1997. Dahle, Emma Xiao Kusch (I4136)
 
94 Ephrosine was the daughter of Jean Nicolet and a Nipissirinienne native. Nicolet, Euphrosine Madeleine (I5088)
 
95 Ernest Lapointe was a Member of Parliament in the Government of Canada.
He and Emma had 13 children. 
Lapointe, Ernest (I6023)
 
96 Ernie was a sergeant in the RCASC during WWII . Kenny, John Ernest (I3856)
 
97 Eugène died at Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. Wolfe, Joseph Eugène (I3678)
 
98 Evariste lived at home and died of epilepsy from which he had suffered since birth. Joanis, Évariste (I2006)
 
99 F/L Glen Holland (J7917) was declared 'missing in action' on April 21, 1944 while serving as a RCAF pilot in RAF 605 Squadron, based in Manston, Kent, England. This squadron was a so-called 'intruder' squadron and at the time of his death was armed with Mosquito aircraft. He is buried in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery at Kleve, Germany. Holland, Glen Allen Jr (I4267)
 
100 Florence (1882-1969) married William Jones, a Welshman, in 1911. He was a veterinarian. They lived in North Gower, Ontario before moving to Chatham, New Brunswick, where he set up a practice. In 1936, he became manager of the Chaleur Inn in Dalhousie, New Brunswick. They remained there until his death in 1954, after which Florence moved to the Hamilton area to live with her son. He predeceased her. She lived in a convalescent home after suffering a severe stroke, and died in 1969 in Stoney Creek, Ontario. Turner, Mary Florence Eugenie (I1369)
 

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