Monday, February 27, 2017

Anna Frappier Nutter Tobey


Anna was the daughter of Dorcas Cameron and Emery Frappier (and also my 2nd cousin 2x removed).

Census 1910
Whitestown, Oneida, New York
Emory Frappier Head M 53 Canada
Dorocas Frappier Wife  F 53 Canada
Anna Nutter Daughter F 27 Canada
Charles Nutter Grandson M 6 New York
Thomas Reardon Boarder M 56 Massachusetts

Anna had married and divorced Elmer Nutter; they had a son named Charles.


Source


Anna Frappier Nutter married Ray Tobey as her second husband.

Name Ray Tobey
Event Type Marriage License
Event Date 07 Dec 1912
Event Place Oneida, New York, United States
Gender Male
Birth Year (Estimated) 1882
Spouse's Name Anna Frappier
Spouse's Gender Female
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated) 1882


Whitestown, Oneida, New York
Raymond Tobey Head M 47 New York
Anna B Tobey Wife  F 47 Canada
Geraldine Tobey Daughter F 15 New York


Whitesboro, Whitestown Town, Oneida, New York
Raymond Tobey Head M 57 New York
Anna Tobey Wife  F 57 Canada
[Living next door was Charles Nutter and family]


Anna's memorial at FindAGrave:

Name Anna Bell Frappier Tobey
Event Place Utica, Oneida, New York
Birth Date 19 Nov 1882
Death Date 22 May 1967
Affiliate Record Identifier 129643094
Cemetery Forest Hill Cemetery


Saturday, February 25, 2017

Fassifern Inventory At A Library


Cameron of Fassiern Inventory at the National Library of Scotland here.


"These papers were purchased by the Library in 1986. They comprise letters of and to members of the Cameron of Fassifern family (chiefly John Cameron of Fassifern, Sir Ewen Cameron of Fassifern and Sir Duncan Cameron of Fassifern, and, to a lesser extent, Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel and Donald Cameron of Lochiel), estate and household papers, legal deeds and accounts and other papers concerning Lieutenant Colonel John Cameron and his regiment, the 92nd Foot."

Saturday, February 18, 2017

1467 Manuscript


An excerpt:

"Erracht in Lochaber is at the foot of Glen Loy, five miles north of Fort William, about halfway between the foot of Loch Eil and the foot of Loch Arkaig. In the fifteenth century the seat of the Cameron family was still on an islet called Eilean na Craoibhe at the foot of Loch Eil. The captains of Clan Cameron then moved to Torcastle c. 1527 and to Achnacarry c. 1650.9  Torcastle is on the west bank of the Lochy, three miles south of Erracht; Achnacarry is further north, near the foot of
Loch Arkaig." [Source]

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Jane Cameron Briggs



Name Walter O Briggs
Event Type Obituary
Event Date 1952
Event Place Michigan, United States
Birth Date 27 Feb 1877
Birthplace Ypsilanti, ,
Death Date 17 Jan 1952
Death Place Miami Beach, , Florida
Spouse and Children
Walter O Jr Son Male
Jane Elizabeth Cameron Wife  Female
Mrs Charles T Fisher Jr Son Male
Mrs W Dean Robinson Daughter Female
Mrs Everell Fisher Daughter Female
Mrs Philip A Hart Daughter Female

Jane and Walter married in 1904 in Detroit, Michigan:

Name Walter O Briggs
Age (Expanded) 27 years
Birth Year 1877
Birthplace Michigan
Spouse's Name Jennie E Cameron
Spouse's Age (Expanded) 22 years
Spouse's Birth Year 1882
Spouse's Birthplace  Canada
Event Date 22 Nov 1904
Event Place Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Father's Name Rodney D
Mother's Name Ada Warner
Spouse's Father's Name Louis E
Spouse's Mother's Name Unknown
[William Hockaday and Mary Cameron were witnesses]

Census 1900
Detroit city Ward 5, Wayne, Michigan
Louis Cameron Head M 64 Scotland
Jennie Cameron Wife F 54 Scotland
May M Cameron Daughter F 18 Canada
Jennie E Cameron Daughter F 18 Canada
Alton Cameron Son M 15 Canada
Raymond R Cameron Son M 10 Michigan

Name Jane Elizabeth Cameron
Event Type Birth
Event Date 05 Nov 1882
Event Place Macauley, Victoria, Ontario, Canada
Registration Date 1882
Gender Female
Father's Name Lewis Cameron
Mother's Name Jane Thair
Certificate Number 019105
[Her twin was Mary McIntosh Cameron]

I read that Jane died two years after her husband's death:

Jane C. Briggs
Florida Death Index
Certificate Number 3953
Volume Number 1705
Name Jane C. Briggs
Event Type Death
Event Date 1955
Event Place Dade, Florida, United States

Obituary in the Detroit Free Press, February 14, 1955, edition.