Kaitlin Maria Wiebe

F, #67276
     Kaitlin Maria Wiebe is the daughter of Thomas Wayne Wiebe and Carol Anne Janick.

Chloe Jean Wiebe

F, #67277
     Chloe Jean Wiebe is the daughter of Thomas Wayne Wiebe and Carol Anne Janick.

Hayden Thomas Wiebe

M, #67278
     Hayden Thomas Wiebe is the son of Thomas Wayne Wiebe and Carol Anne Janick.

Gina Marie Hahn

F, #67279

Murdock James Barnes

M, #67280, b. 15 October 1917, d. 24 January 2015
Murdock James Barnes
b. 1917 Old Perlican NL Canada
d. living
[photo date 2003]
     Murdock James Barnes was born on 15 October 1917 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland. He was the son of Joshua James Barnes and Alice Butts. Murdock James Barnes married Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm, daughter of Walter George Cramm and Annie Selina March, in August 1942 at St. John's, Newfoundland. Murdock James Barnes died on 24 January 2015 at Carbonear, NL, Canada, at age 97.
     Photo courtesy of David G. Ball of North Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm

F, #67281, b. 23 October 1920, d. 20 April 2013
     Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm was born on 23 October 1920 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland. She was the daughter of Walter George Cramm and Annie Selina March. Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm married Murdock James Barnes, son of Joshua James Barnes and Alice Butts, in August 1942 at St. John's, Newfoundland. Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm died on 20 April 2013 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, NL, Canada, at age 92.
     Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm was also known as Gwen.

Children of Beatrice Gwendolyn Cramm and Murdock James Barnes

Joshua James Barnes1

M, #67282, b. 14 November 1886, d. 20 January 1979
     Joshua James Barnes was born on 14 November 1886 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland.2 He was the son of James Barnes and Dinah Tizzard. Joshua James Barnes was baptized on 22 April 1887 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; Baptized by Jabez Hill, Methodist.2 He married Alice Butts, daughter of Michael Butts and Bridget (????), on 27 April 1914 at Glace Bay, Cape Breton Co., NS, Canada.1 Joshua James Barnes died on 20 January 1979 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, NL, Canada, at age 92.3

Census, Occupation & Residence

worked in the mines in Glace Bay, NS.
for a number of years and up to 1928 was owner of the schooner "Nickerson".4

Children of Joshua James Barnes and Alice Butts

Citations

  1. [S2430] Epworth United Church, Glace Bay, NS, Cape Breton Marriages of Newfoundlanders, (1900-1929), Newfoundland's Grand Banks Genealogical Data, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as Cape Breton Marriages of Newfoundlanders.
  2. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  3. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), page 252.
  4. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, Perspective of Old Perlican, page 34.

Alice Butts1

F, #67283, b. 29 March 1895, d. 14 February 1973
     Alice Butts was born on 29 March 1895 at Glace Bay, NS, Canada; Note: marriage record shows birth at Bridgeport NS, which is a neighbourhood that is part of Glace Bay.1,2 She was the daughter of Michael Butts and Bridget (????)1 Alice Butts married Joshua James Barnes, son of James Barnes and Dinah Tizzard, on 27 April 1914 at Glace Bay, Cape Breton Co., NS, Canada.1 Alice Butts died on 14 February 1973 at St. John's, NL, Canada, at age 77.3

Census, Occupation & Residence

April 1901Sydney, Cape Breton, NS, Canada"Allis" age 6, with parents, etc.2

Children of Alice Butts and Joshua James Barnes

Citations

  1. [S2430] Epworth United Church, Glace Bay, NS, Cape Breton Marriages of Newfoundlanders, (1900-1929), Newfoundland's Grand Banks Genealogical Data, unknown repository address. Hereinafter cited as Cape Breton Marriages of Newfoundlanders.
  2. [S105] 1901 (31 March) Canada Census, Sydney, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, p. 14.
  3. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), page 252.

James Barnes

M, #67284, b. circa 1844
     James Barnes was born circa 1844; age 32 at marriage.1 He was the son of Thomas Barnes. James Barnes married Dinah Tizzard, daughter of Joseph Tizzard and Elizabeth Pike, on 28 December 1876 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; He a fisherman, both residing Old Perlican, married by George H. Bryant; witnessed by Henry Tizzard and Susannah Dean.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

in the first quarter of the 1900s worked in the Labrador fishery2

Children of James Barnes and Dinah Tizzard

Citations

  1. [S1032] Unknown compiler, compiler, Return of Marriages for the Methodist (United church) Parish of Old Perlican Dating form 1816 - 1891 (n.p.: n.pub.).
  2. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), page 33.
  3. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  4. [S1054] Matt Mullaly, "Descendants of 1815 OP Thomas Barnes," e-mail message from Matt Mullaly (Cape Coral, Florida and Ottawa, ON, Canada)) to David G. Ball, 05 March 2006.
  5. [S1034] Unknown volume, Parish Records Methodist/United Church, Baptisms 1853 - 1901 (photocopies), (1853 - 1901), Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland. Hereinafter cited as Old Perlican, NF Baptisms.

Dinah Tizzard

F, #67285, b. 20 August 1855, d. 13 February 1900
     Dinah Tizzard was born on 20 August 1855 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; age 21 at marriage.1,2 She was the daughter of Joseph Tizzard and Elizabeth Pike. Dinah Tizzard married James Barnes, son of Thomas Barnes, on 28 December 1876 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; He a fisherman, both residing Old Perlican, married by George H. Bryant; witnessed by Henry Tizzard and Susannah Dean.1 Dinah Tizzard died on 13 February 1900 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland, at age 44; of consumption, age 44 years.3
     Dinah Tizzard was also known as Dianna.1

Children of Dinah Tizzard and James Barnes

Citations

  1. [S1032] Unknown compiler, compiler, Return of Marriages for the Methodist (United church) Parish of Old Perlican Dating form 1816 - 1891 (n.p.: n.pub.).
  2. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  3. [S1035] Unknown name of person entry, Register of Burials in the Parish of Old Perlican in the Country of Newfoundland 1882 - 1910, Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland. Hereinafter cited as Old Perlican, NF Burials.
  4. [S1054] Matt Mullaly, "Descendants of 1815 OP Thomas Barnes," e-mail message from Matt Mullaly (Cape Coral, Florida and Ottawa, ON, Canada)) to David G. Ball, 05 March 2006.
  5. [S1034] Unknown volume, Parish Records Methodist/United Church, Baptisms 1853 - 1901 (photocopies), (1853 - 1901), Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland. Hereinafter cited as Old Perlican, NF Baptisms.

Thomas Barnes

M, #67286
     Thomas Barnes was born at Thompson, Windham Co., CT.
     He Emigrated from Devon, England to Old Perlican, NF. He Old Perlican is one of the oldest European communities in Newfoundland. The surrounding area had European activity as early as 1498 (Sir Frances Drake's ship went down 10 km from Old Perlican). By 1550, close by Baccalie (sp?) Island was known as a rich fishing grounds. Old Perlican was the closest "beachy" cove that could five protection to boats, cure catches, etc. However, fishing during this first 100 years was migratory, with fishing boats coming to Newfoundland for the fishing season, then returning to Europe with their catch. By 1597, however, maps show a settlement named "Pernican/Perlican/Purlikan" at the current location of Old Perlican.

The first statistical report of Old Perlican was in 1675 and showed 11 "planters" and 124 servants; "planters" being the term given to the settlers who owned their own boats, caught and cured their own fish, etc. One assumes there were women and children in 1675, but they were not noted until 1677 with 9 wives, 17 children, as well as 13 planters and 167 servants. In 1697, Old Perlican had 27 fishing vessels and landed 13,900 quintals of cod (112 pounds per quintal), the largest amount in Newfoundland.

By 1749, when Kimberley Jacob's (8) ancestors probably started arriving in Old Perlican, there was a permanent settlement of about 250. However, by the beginning of the 1900s Old Perlican's role in newfoundland was becoming less significant. Most of Kimberley's ancestors were fishermen and merchants and remained within the community until quite recently.1

Child of Thomas Barnes

Citations

  1. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), abstracted by Phyllis Bennett (3).

Walter George Cramm

M, #67287, b. 17 August 1880, d. circa 1970
     Walter George Cramm was born on 17 August 1880 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland.1 He was the son of Stephen Cramm and Matilda March. Walter George Cramm was baptized on 4 October 1880 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; Baptized by W. Swann, Methodist.1 He married Annie Selina March, daughter of William March and Mary Jane Beckett, circa 1905. Walter George Cramm died circa 1970 at St. John's, NL, Canada.

Children of Walter George Cramm and Annie Selina March

Citations

  1. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.

Annie Selina March

F, #67288, b. 11 June 1885, d. circa 1969
     Annie Selina March was born on 11 June 1885 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland.1 She was the daughter of William March and Mary Jane Beckett. Annie Selina March was baptized on 20 September 1885 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; Baptized by Jabez Hill, Methodist.1 She married Walter George Cramm, son of Stephen Cramm and Matilda March, circa 1905. Annie Selina March died circa 1969 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, NL, Canada.

Children of Annie Selina March and Walter George Cramm

Citations

  1. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.

Stephen Cramm

M, #67289
     Stephen Cramm was born at Newfoundland. He was the son of George Cramm. Stephen Cramm married Matilda March, daughter of James March and Elizabeth Burt, on 12 January 1875 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; He a fisherman, she a servant, both of Old Perlican, witnessed by Ebenezer Cram and Ebenezer March.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

about 1900 was Captain of the 30-ton "Lady Irene", which carried freight and passengers between Old Perlican and St. John, NF.2
about 1910 was lighthousekeeper3

Children of Stephen Cramm and Matilda March

Citations

  1. [S1032] Unknown compiler, compiler, Return of Marriages for the Methodist (United church) Parish of Old Perlican Dating form 1816 - 1891 (n.p.: n.pub.).
  2. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), page 31.
  3. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, Perspective of Old Perlican, page 43.
  4. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  5. [S1034] Unknown volume, Parish Records Methodist/United Church, Baptisms 1853 - 1901 (photocopies), (1853 - 1901), Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland. Hereinafter cited as Old Perlican, NF Baptisms.

George Cramm

M, #67290
     George Cramm was born at Newfoundland. He was the son of Thomas Cramm.

Child of George Cramm

Thomas Cramm

M, #67291
     Thomas Cramm was born at Newfoundland. He was the son of William Cramm.

Child of Thomas Cramm

William Cramm

M, #67292, b. circa 1700
     William Cramm was born circa 1700 at Thompson, Windham Co., CT.
     He Immigrated from Devon as one of early Newfoundland merchant families. William Cramm was also known as Cram.

Child of William Cramm

William March

M, #67293, b. 25 July 1848, d. after 1891
     William March was born on 25 July 1848 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland.1 He was the son of George March. William March married Mary Jane Beckett on 13 February 1873 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; Spelled "Bickett" in the record. He a fisherman, she a dom. servant, both of Old Perlican; witnessed by John Beckett and Ann Barrett.2 William March died after 1891; was lost at sea on Schooner Elizabeth, carrying provisions from St. John's, NF.3

Census, Occupation & Residence

1891Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundlandemployed in fishery4

Children of William March and Mary Jane Beckett

Citations

  1. [S1062] Matt Mullaly, March, Burt, Bickett Old Perlican Families: Cramm "Trinity Bay - Newfoundland forum posting", listserve message to http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.canada.newfoundland.trinitybay/308.2.1.1/mb.ashx, 3 August 2009.
  2. [S1032] Unknown compiler, compiler, Return of Marriages for the Methodist (United church) Parish of Old Perlican Dating form 1816 - 1891 (n.p.: n.pub.).
  3. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), p. 38.
  4. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, Perspective of Old Perlican, page 31.
  5. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.

Mary Jane Beckett1,2

F, #67294, b. circa 1850
     Mary Jane Beckett was born circa 1850 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland.3 She married William March, son of George March, on 13 February 1873 at Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundland; Spelled "Bickett" in the record. He a fisherman, she a dom. servant, both of Old Perlican; witnessed by John Beckett and Ann Barrett.1

Children of Mary Jane Beckett and William March

Citations

  1. [S1032] Unknown compiler, compiler, Return of Marriages for the Methodist (United church) Parish of Old Perlican Dating form 1816 - 1891 (n.p.: n.pub.).
  2. [S2773] Sanda Barnes, "March/Beckett - email 01," e-mail message from Sanda Barnes to David G. Ball, 17 January 2016.
  3. [S1062] Matt Mullaly, March, Burt, Bickett Old Perlican Families: Cramm "Trinity Bay - Newfoundland forum posting", listserve message to http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.canada.newfoundland.trinitybay/308.2.1.1/mb.ashx, 3 August 2009.
  4. [S1033] Unknown volume, Copy of the Register of Baptisms in the Parish of Old Perlican District Bay de Verde (Newfoundland) 1816-1892., Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador, Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland.

George March

M, #67295
     George March was born at Thompson, Windham Co., CT.

Census, Occupation & Residence

1891Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Newfoundlandemployed in fishery1

Child of George March

Citations

  1. [S1031] E. Fred Cram, As We Were - An Historical Perspective of Old Perlican (Old Perlican, NF: Judi Barter, Garland Button, Jr., Nita Hopkins, 1996), page 31.

William Henry Jacobs

M, #67296, b. circa 8 March 1925, d. 7 October 2000
     William Henry Jacobs was born circa 8 March 1925 at House Cove, Newfoundland. He was the son of Lucinda Jacobs. William Henry Jacobs died on 7 October 2000 at Little Heart's Ease, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
     William Henry Jacobs was also known as Poppy as called by his granddaughter, Kimberley (8.)

Children of William Henry Jacobs and Ethel Whalen

Ethel Whalen

F, #67297
     Ethel Whalen is the daughter of Ebenezer Whalen and Emily Ann Vey.

Children of Ethel Whalen and William Henry Jacobs

Albert Archibald Stacey

M, #67298, b. 17 June 1903, d. 25 April 1994
     Albert Archibald Stacey was born on 17 June 1903 at Woody Island, Newfoundland.1 He was the son of Chalres Stacey and Elizabeth Ann Drodge. Albert Archibald Stacey married Lucinda Jacobs, daughter of William Henry Jacobs and Mary Magdalen Avery, after 1925 probably at Newfoundland. Albert Archibald Stacey died on 25 April 1994 at Clarenville, NL, Canada, at age 90.1 He was buried at New Salvation Army Cemetery, Little Heart's Ease, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.2

Children of Albert Archibald Stacey and Lucinda Jacobs

Citations

  1. [S2431] "juhearn", "Original Family Tree (2012-07-22)," database made available on-line courtesy of "juhearn", http://trees.ancestry.ca/tree/48485850/person/12897713614?ssrc=, database viewed 5 November 2014.
  2. [S2434] New Salvation Army Cemetery, Little Heart's Ease, Trinity Bay District, Newfoundland; Pauline Avery, January 2001; online at http://ngb.chebucto.org/Cemetery/cem-lhe-sa-new-tb.shtml

Lucinda Jacobs

F, #67299, b. 17 May 1910, d. 13 March 1996
     Lucinda Jacobs was born on 17 May 1910 at House Cove, Newfoundland.1 She was the daughter of William Henry Jacobs and Mary Magdalen Avery. Lucinda Jacobs married Albert Archibald Stacey, son of Chalres Stacey and Elizabeth Ann Drodge, after 1925 at Newfoundland. Lucinda Jacobs died on 13 March 1996 at Little Heart's Ease, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, at age 85. She was buried at New Salvation Army Cemetery, Little Heart's Ease, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.2

Child of Lucinda Jacobs

Children of Lucinda Jacobs and Albert Archibald Stacey

Citations

  1. [S2431] "juhearn", "Original Family Tree (2012-07-22)," database made available on-line courtesy of "juhearn", http://trees.ancestry.ca/tree/48485850/person/12897713614?ssrc=, database viewed 5 November 2014.
  2. [S2434] New Salvation Army Cemetery, Little Heart's Ease, Trinity Bay District, Newfoundland; Pauline Avery, January 2001; online at http://ngb.chebucto.org/Cemetery/cem-lhe-sa-new-tb.shtml

Ebenezer Whalen

M, #67300, b. 19 June 1902, d. 25 January 1989
     Ebenezer Whalen was born on 19 June 1902 at Caplin Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.1,2 He was the son of William Thomas Whalen and Alfreda Reid. Ebenezer Whalen married Emily Ann Vey, daughter of Nicholas Vey and Isabella Cassandra Baker, in September 1925 at Gower Street United Church, St. John's, Newfoundland.1 Ebenezer Whalen married Miriam Gladys Baggs.3 Ebenezer Whalen died on 25 January 1989 at Caplin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, at age 86.1,2 He was buried at United Church Cemetery, Caplin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.2

Citations

  1. [S1052] D. Stan Vardy, "Descendants of Nicholas Vey," e-mail message from Vardy, D. Stan to David G. Ball, 28 Feb 2006.
  2. [S2432] United Church Cemetery, Caplin Cove, Trinity Bay District, Newfoundland; Pauline Avery, January 2001; online at http://ngb.chebucto.org/Cemetery/cem-caplin-cv-uc-tb.shtml
  3. [S1059] Dean-Whalen, Clarenville Packet (Newfoundland), Clarenville, Newfoundland, 29 May 2000.