For Posterity's Sake Genealogy
The Descendants of Leveret Bishop
12. Stephen William BISHOP
#209, b. 01-Nov-1858, occupation Millwright, d. 13-Jun-1916, Gunther's Mill,
Fredericton, N.B. His date of birth may be 15 Nov 1858. In a letter from Jackie
Tilton, she says: "Stephen went to Kent Co. and lived in Buctouche. I can
remember visiting Great Uncle John after his release from jail at the farm in
the late 1940's. He was staying with his cousin before he went to
Churchill." From the research of Yvon Porelle
- Stephen moved to Fredericton, lived at 40 York Street and worked at the
Babbit Mill, St. Mary's, Yourk County, owned by W.D. Gunter, as a millwright. He was accidentally killed on June 13, 1916.
He married (1) Mary Jane (MARSHALL) MAZEROLLE
#292, 29-May-1878, in Moncton, New Brunswick, b. 1863, d. 1937. From
the recollection of Florence Mazerolle -
Shortly after Andrew was born, Stephen abandoned Mary Jane and the
children. She could not provide
for them, so she gave William, Gilbert, John and Stephen to her brothers and
sisters. Andrew was put up for
adoption. Mary Jane took
Catherine to the United States where she married Elmer Woodard and lived in
South Walpole, Mass. Witness to marriage of Stephen and Mary Jane -
Minnie Cowling and Lewis R. Marshall (Louis Raphael Mazerolle, brother of
Mary Jane). Mary Jane's date of birth is from the 1891
Wellington, Kent Co., Census.
18. i William (Willard) Alexander BISHOP #290 b. 22-March-1878.
19. ii Gilbert George BISHOP #293 b. 19-June-1881.
iii John Alexander BISHOP #294, b. 20-September-1883, occupation Railway Brakeman, d. abt 1970. From the recollection of Florence Mazerolle - John worked on the New Yourk, New Haven and Hartford Railway as a brakeman. He moved to Dedum, Mass., and died about 1970.
iv Stephen William BISHOP #295, b. 1885, d. 07-May-1906, Painsec, New Brunswick. Date of birth from 1891 Wellington, Kent Co., Census. From the research of Yvon Porelle - Stephen lived in Moncton. He was killed by a falling tree in Painsec, New Brunswick (just East of Moncton).
20. v Catherine BISHOP #296 b. 1889.
Blair (BISHOP) PORRELL
#5347 b. 19-November-1892.
He married (2) Elizabeth Ann
#5413, 14-March-1908, b. 06-April-1858, d. 26-December-1948. From the research of Yvon Porelle - Stephen and Elizabeth were married by
Henry Montgomery, Rector of Kingsclear Parish in Christ Church. Lic # 1887.
They had no children.
13. John Alexander BISHOP
#211, b. 09-Mar-1863, Irishtown Rd, Tankville (Moncton), NB, occupation
Farmer, d. 01-Oct-1942, Moncton, NB, buried: Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, NB.
In a letter from Jackie Tilton: "John had lost a leg. He died when
I was 9 so I remember him. What I remember was he would complain about his toe
aching - no foot. Peggy tells me he lost his leg due to an accident. His hair
was white but his mustache was reddish. Granddad told me Eunice (his mother)
had red hair." According to
the 1901 census for Moncton, John was born on 9 may 1861. He
married Christina MacPherson POTTER
#193, 01-May-1886, b. 26-Aug-1864, Stellarton, Pictou Co., NS, (daughter of Benjamin
#192 and Margaret MacPHERSON
#189) d. 18-Dec-1942, Moncton, NB, buried: Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, NB.
According to the 1901 census for Moncton, Christina was
born on 10 May 1861.
22. i Mary Ann "Molly" BISHOP #285 b. 09-Jul-1887.
23. ii Benjamin Albert BISHOP #286 b. 08-Sep-1890.
#287, b. 25-May-1896, d. 06-Dec-1917, Halifax, NS, buried: Elmwood Cemetery,
Moncton, NB. Hazel was killed in the Halifax Explosion. She
married Joseph BARR CHAMPION
24. iv Agnes May BISHOP #288 b. 17-Aug-1898.
#289, b. 28-Apr-1902, d. 11-Sep-1961, Churchill, Manitoba.
Died at the Fort Churchill Military Hospital. He
married Sadie S. THOMAS
#108 b. 01-Mar-1910.
14. Robert Slater BISHOP
#213, b. 10-Apr-1868, New Brunswick, d. 16-Feb-1892.
Died of TB. In the 1881
Census, Robert was born in 1868, in the 1891 census he was born in 1869.
He married Mary KILLAM
#4354, 31-December-1890, in Westmorland County, New Brunswick, b. 1870.
#4355, b. 1891.
15. Charles ROGERS
#4333, b. 1868, d. 1950, buried: Long Branch Cemetery.
In an 1881 NB census Charles is listed as 13 years of age. He
#4351, b. 1877, d. 1954, buried: Long Branch Cemetery.
#4352, b. 1900, d. 1985, buried: Long Branch Cemetery.
16. Frank BISHOP
#5402, b. 20-September-1868, Gardner Creek, New Brunswick, d. 21-October-1938.
Gardner Creek is near Quaco, New Brunswick.
Frank lived in New Haven, Conneticut.
George Elwood BISHOP
#5403 b. 30-July-1909.
17. Anna (Annie) CAMPBELL
#4341, b. 03-October-1876. In an
1881 New Brunswick Census, Annie is 8 years of age. In the 1891 New Brunswick
Census she is 18 years of age. According to the 1901 New Brunswick Census, her
date of birth is 3 Oct 1876. She married William
i Katherine (Kitty) HANNIGAN #4343. Lived in Moncton, New Brunswick. She married Chester McDONALD #4344.