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Bruce County: Family Trees


Descendants of Unknown McLENNIN

Welcome to another 'brick wall'. We know virtually nothing except for some snippets of oral/aural tradition that indicate this family was Gaelic speaking, landed first in ?Nova Scotia? and moved to the Bruce, ?Underwood area?. We would welcome information from anyone who can add to our meagre pool of data.

  1   Unknown McLENNIN

..  +Unknown

......... 2   Hector McLENNIN

......... 2   Isobelle McLENNIN - 1915

.............  +Unknown SMITH

......... 2   Alexia McLENNIN

......... 2   Annie E. McLENNIN

......... 2   Catherine McLENNIN 1835 - 1929

.............  +Ira DENNIS 1832 - 1924

.................... 3   Wilson DENNIS 1869 - 1911

........................  +Maude Christina BOOMER 1884 - 1968

.................... 3   John DENNIS 1870 - 1937

.................... 3   Lula DENNIS 1875 - 1909

........................  +Robert SMEATON

.................... 3   Isobel DENNIS 1881 - 1909

........................  +John VANCE

......... 2   John McLENNIN 1850 - 1915

 

 Descendants of Matthew BOOMER

 Matthew was born in Nova Scotia, migrated to Ontario (Erin, Georgetown) where he raised his family. His son Charles was married in Chinguacusy Twp, Peel before moving to the Arran Twp., Tara area Bruce Co..

 

 1   Matthew BOOMER 1818 - 1895

..  +Margaret ANTHONEY 1822 - 1878

......... 2   Charles Edward BOOMER 1844 - 1925

.............  +Mary BEATTY 1849 - 1931

.................... 3   Robert BOOMER 1868 - 1868

.................... 3   Margaret Jane BOOMER 1869 - 1946

........................  +David WARK

............................... 4   Laura WARK

...................................  +Almer PALMER

............................... 4   Heber WARK

...................................  +Olive LYNESS

.................... 3   Mary Elizabeth BOOMER 1872 - 1904

........................  +Charles L. ELLIS

............................... 4   Mary Rosetta ELLIS 1904 - 1937

...................................  +Lawrence PADDEN

.................... 3   Martha Ann BOOMER 1874 - 1909

........................  +David HARTLEY

.................... 3   William Henry BOOMER 1875 - 1968

........................  +MargaretJane BROWN - 1950

.................... 3   Charles Edward BOOMER 1877 - 1951

........................  +Margaret SPIERS

.................... 3   Florence BOOMER 1879 - 1972

........................  +James ROSSITER

.................... 3   Wellington BOOMER 1881 - 1949

........................  +Louisa Athely Speers PORTER

.................... 3   Maude Christina BOOMER 1884 - 1968

........................  +Wilson DENNIS 1869 - 1911

............................... 4   Wilson St. Clair DENNIS 1904 - 1983

...................................  +Reta Lavina HAYWARD 1903 - 1991

............................... 4   Winnifred Lulu DENNIS 1907 - 1998

...................................  +Joseph Harrison THOMPSON - 1966

....................  *2nd Husband of Maude Christina BOOMER:

........................  +William Joseph WEIS - 1967

............................... 4   Sheldon Lavergne WEIS

...................................  +Grace CRUCKSHAW

............................... 4   William Wallace WEIS

...................................  +Mae BAEFOOT

............................... 4   Lloyd Clinton WEIS

.................... 3   Rosetta May BOOMER 1885 - 1903

.................... 3   Nellie Blanche BOOMER 1887 - 1973

........................  +George KEILLER

.................... 3   Wilson BOOMER 1888 -

.................... 3   Rachel Mary BOOMER 1890 - 1973

........................  +Frederick LEAVENS

.................... 3   Frederick BOOMER 1896 - 1979

........................  +Georgina Lavina McLEAN

......... 2   Mary Elizabeth BOOMER 1845 - 1926

.............  +James George BARKER

......... 2   Margaret J. BOOMER 1849 -

......... 2   Ruth Carolyn BOOMER 1849 - 1934

.............  +Samuel NEALE

......... 2   Esther Ann BOOMER 1851 -

.............  +William GEER

......... 2   William G. BOOMER 1853 -

......... 2   John A. BOOMER 1855 -

.............  +Alice McANDREW

......... 2   Thomas A. BOOMER 1861 -

......... 2   Richard James BOOMER 1863 - 1931

.............  +Olive J. SMITH 1866 - 1907

......... 2   Wesley Baker BOOMER 1865 - 1945

.............  +Mary Jane JOHNSTON

.................... 3   Harold Roy BOOMER 1889 - 

 Descendants of William HAYWARD

William Hayward came originally from England with his first wife and settled in the Woodstock area. Following the death of his first wife he married again and subsequently moved to Pike Bay in Eastnor Twp.

  1   William HAYWARD 1824 - 1909

..  +Mary TANSLEY

......... 2   William HAYWARD 1856 -

.............  +Celeste

.................... 3   Lucy HAYWARD

........................  +George HUMMEL

.................... 3   George HAYWARD

........................  +Lucy Hodgins

....................  *2nd Wife of George HAYWARD:

........................  +Lucy Hodgins

......... 2   Joseph HAYWARD

......... 2   Mary HAYWARD

......... 2   Jane HAYWARD

......... 2   Julia HAYWARD

  *2nd Wife of William HAYWARD:

..  +Cynthia ANDERSON 1827 - 1912

......... 2   Louise M. HAYWARD 1857 - 1940

.............  +Donald STEWART 1860 - 1925

......... 2   Calvin HAYWARD 1859 - 1948

......... 2   Nelson Tansley HAYWARD 1862 - 1946

.............  +Harriet Jane HARDING 1866 - 1945

.................... 3   Harriet Pearl HAYWARD 1888 - 1976

........................  +Sydney MONCK 1887 - 1953

.................... 3   Olive Mable HAYWARD 1891 - 1972

........................  +Albert Dennis MONCK - 1966

.................... 3   Edgar Nelson HAYWARD 1893 - 1976

........................  +Ella M. McARTHUR - 1982

.................... 3   Stanley Wellington HAYWARD 1896 - 1973

........................  +Almeda May KINDREE - 1986

.................... 3   Nellie May HAYWARD 1898 - 1989

........................  +James Edward SHARPE 1901 -

.................... 3   Gordon William HAYWARD 1901 - 1984

........................  +Lillian Marguerite McINTOSH

.................... 3   Reta Lavina HAYWARD 1903 - 1991

........................  +Wilson St. Clair DENNIS 1904 - 1983

.................... 3   Robert Charles HAYWARD 1908 - 1968

........................  +Pearl WILSON 1915 - 1983

......... 2   Albert HAYWARD 1864 - 1868

......... 2   George Edward HAYWARD 1868 - 1947

.............  +Dorothy Matilda BELLMORE 1875 - 1947

.................... 3   Oscar HAYWARD 1902 - 1972

........................  +Frances LUKE

.................... 3   Garnet Arnold HAYWARD 1906 - 1907

.................... 3   Stewart HAYWARD 1907 - 1962

........................  +Doris HOLLER

.................... 3   Della Mae HAYWARD 1910 - 1972

........................  +Albert HOLLER

....................  *2nd Husband of Della Mae HAYWARD:

........................  +Thomas KNIGHT

.................... 3   Dorothy Grace HAYWARD 1912 - 1972

........................  +Tom DAWSON

....................  *2nd Husband of Dorothy Grace HAYWARD:

........................  +Percy WHYTE

.................... 3   Gordon Elgin HAYWARD 1915 - 1944

.................... 3   Lloyd HAYWARD 1917 - 1984  

 GEORGE EDWARD HAYWARD (WILLIAM) was born 1868 in Woodstock, Ontario, and died Bef. 1947.  He married DOROTHY MATILDA BELLMORE August 28, 1901 in Pike Bay, Ontario, daughter of JOSEPH BELLMORE and MATILDA UNKNOWN.  She was born January 08, 1875 in Pike Bay, Ontario, and died February 1947 in Wiarton.

 Notes for DOROTHY MATILDA BELLMORE:

MRS. G. HAYWARD DIES AT WIARTON

WIARTON, Feb. 19 (1947) - Mrs. George Hayward, a former well known resident in the Pike bay district who moved to Wiarton recently, passed away at her home here on Tuesday morning. The late Mrs. Hayward had been in failingh health for some time and had been seriously ill for the past few days. She was in her 69th year. Formerly Dorothy Matilda Bellmore, she was born at Pike Bay on Jan. 6th 1875. She was married to George E. Hayward on Aug. 28th 1901, and to this union were born seven children. Surviving are five children, Oscar in Detroit, Stewart in Woodstock, Mrs, Della Holler of Mar, Mrs. Grace Dawson of Wiarton and Lloyd of Toronto. One child died in infancy and a soin, Gordon, was killed in action overseas in January of 1944.  The late  Mrs. Hayward had been a faithful member of Pike Bay United Church before she moved to Wiarton.

 

EDGAR NELSON HAYWARD (NELSON TANSLEY, WILLIAM) was born 1893 in Pike Bay, Ontario, and died March 24, 1976.  He married ELLA M. MCARTHUR. She died August 05, 1982 in Owen Sound, Ontario.

 Notes for EDGAR NELSON HAYWARD:

[obituary notice]

HAYWARD - Edgar; at the Owen Sound Nursing Home, on Wednesday morning, March 24, 1976. Edgar Nelson Hayward, of 356 11th Street west. Husband of Ellie McArthur. Father of Helen (Mrs. Ross Boyce) of Owen Sound. Brother of Gordon, Nellie (Mrs. J. Sharpe) and Rita (Mrs. W.C. Dennis) all of Owen Sound and Pearl (Mrs. S.W. Monck) of Lion's Head. Also survived by three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Predeceased by two brothers Stanley and Robert and a sister Olive (Mrs. Albert Mionck). The late Mr. Edgar Hayward is resting at the Brecknridge-Ashcroft Funeral Home until Friday afternoon, where a service will be held at 1:30 pm. Spring Interment Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

 EDGAR NELSON HAYWARD

[?1 April, 1976?]

Edgar Nelson Hayward, 82 of 356 11th St. W., died March 24.Born at Pike Bay, he was the sone of the later Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hayward. In the First World War Mr. Hayward served with the 147th Battalion. For 42 years Mr. Hayward was employed by Black Clawson-Kennedy as a moulder. Mr. Hayward was a member of Westside United Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Ella M. McArthur and a daughter Helen, Mrs. Ross Boyce. Also surviving are a brother, Gordon and sisters Nellie, Mrs. J. Sharpe; Rita, Mrs. Clair Dennis all of Owen Sound; and Pearl, Mrs. S. Monck of Lion's Head. There are three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mr. Hayward was predeceased by two borthers and a sister.

ELLA M. MCARTHUR:

[obituary notice]

HAYWARD - Mrs. Ella; at the General and Marine Hospital in Owen Sound, on Thursday morning, August 5, 1982, the former Ella Marguerite McArthur of Lee Manor in Owen Sound. Wife of the late Edgar Hayward. Mother of Helen (Mrs. Ross Boyce) of Owen Sound. Also survived by three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. predeceased  by a great grandson Neil Joyce, three brothers John, Thomas, Angus McArthur and a sister Jennie (Mrs. Victor Morrow). Friends may call at the Breckenridge-Ashcroft Funeral Home from 7:30 on Thursday evening until Saturday morning, where a service will be held at 11:30 am. Interment in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

 

 GORDON ELGIN HAYWARD, b. Abt. 1915; d. December 24, 1944, Italy.

Son of George E. & Dorothy (Bellmore) Hayward

Notes for GORDON ELGIN HAYWARD: newspaper clipping

Was Killed by Mine

"Miss Dorothy Hayward of Wiarton has received a letter from the officer commanding the unit with which her son was serving when he was killed in action in Italy. The letter reads as follows: I am terribly sorry to have to write to you regarding the death of your son Gordon. He was a very brave soldier and the manner of his death showed to the fullest extent how brave he was. His troop, which is a dismounted troop, was operating in conjunction with the tanks of his squadron and he had the misfortune to step on an antipersonnel mine. This mine blew off his foot and when his troop sergeant moved over in his direction to assist him, Gordon shouted for him to stay back and that he would crawl out of the mine field himself. In attempting to do so, he struck another mine and was instantly killed. To my mind he showed the highest courage and without a doubt saved his troop sergeant the loss of his leg. He is buried on the Adriatic coast of Italy near Ravenna, and I assure you his grave is well cared for. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you or any way I can help you at any time, and I assure you, I am only too glad to help.""

 Killed in Italy

TR. GORDON E. HAYWARD

Former Pike Bay merchant who was killed in action on Dec. 24, according to official word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hayward. Tpr. Hayward, who was 29 years of age, was born at Pike Bay and the news of his death will be received with the deepest regret by a host of friends throughout the Peninsula.

 TPR. G. HAYWARD, PIKE BAY, KILLED IN ITALY FIGHTING.

WIARTON, January 8 - (1945) Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Hayward have received word that their son, Tpr. Gordon Elgin Hayward, was killed in action overseas on Dec. 24. There are no details available but these will come later. Tpr. Hayward was born at Pike Bay and was 29 years of age. In 1936 he took over a general grocery store from his father and operated it until he received his call to the army. He was a member of the Pike bay United Church and took an active interest in the Sunday School. He got his call in August 1942 and trained at Camp Borden and Kitchener, and left for overseas from Owen Sound May 1943. He had been with the 8th Army in Italy since December 1943. Another brother L. Cpl. Lloyd Hayward, is serving in Holland. Besides his sorrowing parents he leaves to mourn his loss three brothers: Oscar, in Detroit; Stewart, in Brampton; Lloyd, overseas, and two sisters, Della, Mrs. Albert Holler, of Mar; Grace, Mrs. Thomas Dawson of Edenhurst.

  HONOR MEMORY OF G. E. HAYWARD

PIKE BAY April 11 (1945) - The Pike Bay United Church was filled to capacity on Sunday April 8th when a memorial service for Trooper Gordon E. Hayward was held. The church was tastefully decorated for the occasion with flowers and flags. A large Union Jack formed a background behind the altar while cut flowers were arranged in front. Rev. H. H. Cragg, pastor of the church, had charge of the service. The special music and the legion conducted their part of the service most impressively. Gordon was born at Pike Bay in 1915, where he attended the public school. In 1937, after his father's General Store was burned, he went to Sudbury where he secured employment in the mines. He returned in the spring of 1939 and built the present Pike bay store now operated by H\Geo. McArthur. Gordon enlisted in the Tank Corps in August 1942. He trained at Camp Borden, Owen Sound and Kitchener. He went overseas in May 1943 - going to Italy in November of that year. From Nov. 1943 till the time he was killed on December 24th 1944, he remained in Italy. Surviving are his parents residing in Wiarton; three brothers, Oscar of Detroit, Stewart of Brampton, and Pte. Lloyd serving in Germany; two sisters, (Grace) Mrs. Tom Dawson of Wiarton and (Della) Mrs. A.  Holler, of Mar;.

GORDON WILLIAM3 HAYWARD (NELSON TANSLEY2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1901 in Southampton, Ontario, and died November 22, 1984 in Owen Sound, Ontario.  He married LILLIAN MARGUERITE MCINTOSH 1929 in Owen Sound, daughter of WILLIAM MCINTOSH.

 Notes for GORDON WILLIAM HAYWARD:

[obituary notice]

HAYWARD - Gordon; at the General and Marine Hospital in Owen Sound on Thursday afternoon, November 22nd, 1984, Gordon William Hayward of 860 9th St. east in Owen Sound. Husband of the former Lillian Marguerite McIntosh. Father of Douglas of RR2 Owen Sound; Harding of Oakville and Joyce (Mrs. William Muzzy) of Stoufville. Brother of Reta (Mrs. Claire Dennis) and Nellie (Mrs. J. Sharpe) both of Owen Sound. Also survived by seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Breckenridge-Ashcroft Funeral Home from 2 o'clock on Friday until Saturday morning where a service will be held at 11:30 am. Interment in Greenwood Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, donations to either the Gideon Bible Memorial Plan or the the Grey-Bruce Regional Health Centre would be appreciated.

 

 HARRIET JANE HARDING (ROBERT, MICHAEL) was born 1866 in Ripley Twp., and died July 05, 1945 in Owen Sound, Ontario.  She married NELSON TANSLEY HAYWARD 1887 in Lions Head, Ontario, son of WILLIAM HAYWARD and CYNTHIA ANDERSON.  He was born 1862 in Woodstock, Ontario, and died November 1946 in Owen Sound, Ontario.

HAYWARD - At the home of her daughter Reta, Mrs. W.C. Dennis, 344 16th St. W., on Thursday July 5, 1945, Harriet Jane Harding, beloved wife of Nelson Hayward, aged 79 years. Resting at the Breckinridge-Ashcroft Funeral Home where the Funeral Service will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment: Greenwood Cemetery.

 MRS. N. HAYWARD PASSES THURSDAY

(July 6, 1945 - ?Owen Sound Sun-Times?)

HARDING PAUL HAYWARD (GORDON WILLIAM, NELSON TANSLEY, WILLIAM) was born December 22, 1934.  He married JOAN YVONNE CROSSLEY 1959 in Toronto, Ontario, daughter of RICHARD CROSSLEY and ELSIE UNKNOWN.  She died August 14, 1984 in Vancouver, British Columbia.  

Notes for JOAN YVONNE CROSSLEY:

[obituary notice]

HAYWARD - Joan (Crossley); in North Vancouver on Tuesday evening August 14th, 1984 after a lengthy illness. Joan Yvonne Crossley, formerly of Owen Sound. Daughter of the late Richard and Elsie Crossley. Mother of Martin and Kimberley Hayward of North Vancouver. Sister of Jack Crossley, Bracebridge, Ontario and Eleanor (Mrs. Joh Watson) of Balmy Beach. Mrs. hayward donated her body to research. Memorial tributes to the charity of your choice.

 Marriage Notes for HARDING HAYWARD and JOAN CROSSLEY:

Owen Sound Sun-Times?? [1959]

Marriages

"The marriage was solemnized in Toronto on Friday February 6th of Joan Yvonne Crossley, daughetr of Mrs. Elsie Cerossley of Owen Sound to Harding Paul Hayward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hayward of Owen Sound."

 

 Clare Dennis, 344 16th Street West, on Thursday night about midnight. The deceased had been in gailing health for some years and  had been an invalid for the past nine. She was in her 80th year ath the time of passing.

"The late Mrs. Hayward was born in Ripley, Ont., a daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. Robert Harding. While a young girl, she moved with her family to the Bruce Penninsula and took up residence at Pike Bay. Her parents were pioneer settlers in that area. Her maiden name was Harriet Jane Harding.

"In September 1887, she was untited in mariage to Nelson Hayward of this city [i.e. Owen Sound] who survives to mourn her passing with eight children.  Pearl Mrs. S.W. Monck of Pike Bay; Olive, Mrs. A.D. Monck of Kingston; Nellie, Mrs. J.E. Sharpe of Toronto; Reta, Mrs. Clare Dennis of Owen Sound; Edgar, Stanley and Gordon all of Owen Sound and Robert, overseas with the Canadian army. There are also 19 grandchildren and 4 great grand children.

"Also surviving are three sisters, Emily of Wiarton; Lavina, Mrs. W. Mayo of Toronto; and Louise, Mrs. Archie Caudle of Sarnia and a brother Joseph of Wiarton.

"While health prevailed, the deceaswed was a faithful member of the Alliance Tabernacle here and took an active and interested part in the affairs of that congregation. Her passing will be widely mourned by a wide circle of friends in the city."

 

 

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