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Aiken, Lottie May (b. 15 DEC 1875, d. 15 MAY 1897)

Note: BURIAL: Buried in Mansonville Protestant Cemetery
Death: 15 MAY 1897
Reference: 1201

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Courser, Herbert J (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1202

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Aikens, Eaver E (b. 21 SEP 1877, d. 27 OCT 1879)
Death: 27 OCT 1879
Reference: 1203

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Aiken, John Samuel (b. 31 OCT 1879, d. 3 NOV 1951)
Note: GEN:
DEATH: AIKEN -At South Bolton, Que., on November 3rd, 1951, John
DEATH: S. Aiken, beloved husband of Bertha Barber, in his 72nd year.
DEATH: Funeral service from the United Church at Dunkin, Que., on
DEATH: Tuesday, Nov. 6th, at 2:30 p.m. Interment at Glen Sutton.
DEATH: Robb's Funeral Service Reg'd., Knowlton.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: November 5, 1951
DEATH: -----
DEATH: MR. JOHN S. AIKEN OF SOUTH BOLTON
DEATH: South Bolton, Dec. 3 -Mr. John Samuel Aikens, one of
DEATH: fourteen children born in Glen Sutton, seventy-two years ago,
DEATH: to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aiken, died on November 3, at his home
DEATH: here, after eight weeks of suffering from paralytic strokes.
DEATH: He had been in poor health for five years and last May, he
DEATH: underwent two operations in the Royal Victoria Hospital, in
DEATH: Montreal.
DEATH: He was married to Miss Bertha Barber,in October, 1909,and they
DEATH: were the parents of five children, two of whom died in
DEATH: infancy, leaving his three daughters, Hattie, Mrs. Ernest
DEATH: Hamelin, of Mansonville, Mabel, Mrs. William Burnham, and
DEATH: Lillian, Mrs. Willis Willey, both of South Bolton; who with
DEATH: their husbands and Mrs. Aiken, survive him. He leaves also
DEATH: five granddaughters, Eleanor, Shirley, and Jane Hamelin, and
DEATH: Margaret Burnham and Linda Willey; four grandsons, Wesley and
DEATH: Ross Hamelin, and Colin Aiken and Bruce Burnham; besides three
DEATH: great-grandchildren, in Waterloo.
DEATH: Several members of his family have predeceased him and one
DEATH: sister, Melissa, Mrs. Alvin Maxwell of Canaan, N.H., was taken
DEATH: away suddenly at her home there the same evening that Mr.
DEATH: Aiken died here. He is survived by a brother, Charlie, in
DEATH: Dunkin; and a sister, Ida, in Canaan, N.H.; two
DEATH: sisters-in-law, Mrs. Jessie Aiken, of North Troy, Vt., and
DEATH: Mrs. Thomas Barber, of Sweetsburg; four brothers-in-law,
DEATH: Messrs. Alvin Maxwell, William Leavitt, David Barber and
DEATH: Thomas Barber, and several nieces and nephews.
DEATH: The funeral was held on November 6, with prayers at the house,
DEATH: conducted by Rev. H.E. White and Rev. E.F. Macklin, of
DEATH: Mansonville, prior to the church service in Dunkin, where Rev.
DEATH: White conducted the service. He was laid to rest in the Brock
DEATH: Cemetery, in Glen Sutton.
DEATH: Mrs. McGill, of Bolton Centre, Mrs. Heckley and Miss June
DEATH: Fuller and Mr. Russell Coates, with Margaret Bloomfield, at
DEATH: the organ, assisted in singing three favorite hymns, "Rock of
DEATH: Ages", "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Abide With Me".
DEATH: The bearers, under the direction of Robbs Reg'd, from
DEATH: Knowlton, were Messrs. Albert Cameron, Lincoln Davis, Gordon
DEATH: Fuller and Howard Burbank, Ernest Thayer, and Harley Adams.
DEATH: Most of Mr. Aiken's life was spent in Glen Sutton, Dunkin and
DEATH: Highwater, where he farmed with good success.
DEATH: Seventeen years ago, he moved here to South Bolton.
DEATH: John, as he was known to everyone, always had a joke for the
DEATH: children he met and a good word for all of his friends, with
DEATH: whom, he was deservely popular.
DEATH: Among those attending his funeral were Mrs. Hugh Fuller, Mr.
DEATH: Wm. Leavitt, D. Duffer and Mrs. Percy Needham, of Glen Sutton;
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barber and son, Buddy, of Sweetsburg; Mrs.
DEATH: A. Bickford, Mr. and Mrs. J. Aiken and Mrs. Jessie Aiken, of
DEATH: North Troy, Vt.; Mr. P. Aiken, Mrs. A. Shepherd and Mr. Frank
DEATH: Aiken of Dunkin; and Mr. Fred Aiken, of Highwater; and Mr. and
DEATH: Mrs. Wesley Hamelin, all relatives of the deceased, with many
DEATH: friends, from South Bolton, Bolton Centre, Sutton,
DEATH: Mansonville, Highwater, Dunkin and Glen Sutton.
DEATH: Several nephews and nieces were unable to come to the funeral
DEATH: on account of their mother's death, in Canaan, N.H.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: December 3, 1951
BURIAL: Brook Cemetery
Death: 3 NOV 1951 South Bolton, Quebec
Burial: 6 NOV 1951 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1204

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Barber, Bertha Sarah (b. 19 MAR 1889, d. 20 FEB 1955)
Note: DEATH: MRS. JOHN AIKEN
DEATH: OF SOUTH BOLTON
DEATH: On the morning of February 20, at the home of her daughter,
DEATH: Mrs. Ernest Hamelin, in Mansonville, Mrs. John Aiken, nee
DEATH: Bertha Sarah Barber, passed away after a month's illness.
DEATH: Mrs. Aiken was born on March 19, 1889, the eldest daughter
DEATH: of Mr. Thomas Barber and his wife, Sabina Tibbitts, of Iron
DEATH: Hill. She spent her girlhood days in West Brome and was a
DEATH: member of the Anglican Church.
DEATH: On October 27, 1909, she was united in marriage with John
DEATH: Aiken and from this union, five children were born, three
DEATH: of whom are still living. Roy and Clistie died in their
DEATH: infancy.
DEATH: After their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Aiken, lived for a few
DEATH: years in North Troy, Vt., then later came back to Canada
DEATH: and farmed in Dunkin and Glen Sutton, and seventeen years
DEATH: ago, moved to South Bolton, where Mr. Aiken died three
DEATH: years ago.
DEATH: Mrs. Aiken's funeral was held February 22 with prayers at
DEATH: the home of her daughter, Mrs. Burnham, conducted by Rev.
DEATH: Hugh Corey, of Richford, Vt. followed by a service in Holy
DEATH: Trinity Church, where a very large number of relatives and
DEATH: friends assembled with the service in charge of Rev. E.F.
DEATH: Macklin, M.A. A choir composed of Mrs. Walter Durrell,
DEATH: Mrs. Bloomfield and Mrs. Manuel, sung three favourite hymns
DEATH: of the deceased, "Rock of Ages," "The Old Rugged Cross" and
DEATH: "Abide with me," Mrs. Cameron acting as organist. Rev. Mr.
DEATH: Corey also sang a solo.
DEATH: The casket, laden with beautiful flowers, was carried by
DEATH: Messrs. Murray and Albert Cameron, Gordon Fuller, Garland
DEATH: Barnes, Lincoln Davis and Arnold Jasper, with C.E. Dilson
DEATH: Reg'd in charge.
DEATH: She was laid to rest beside Mr. Aiken in the Brock
DEATH: Cemetery, at Glen Sutton.
DEATH: Mrs. Aiken was a much respected and well loved woman, who
DEATH: always thought first of others, before herself and she bore
DEATH: (remainder missing)
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: Date of newspaper unknown
DEATH: (From Sylvia Burnham's clippings)
BURIAL: Brook Cemetery
Death: 20 FEB 1955 Mansonville, Quebec
Burial: 22 FEB 1955 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1205

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Aiken, Daniel Carmi (b. 4 MAR 1880, d. 13 JAN 1953)
Note: GEN: 1943
GEN: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
GEN: November 15 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Pte. Vernon Aikins, who was Overseas for two years,
GEN: spent two weeks' furlough with his father, Mr. Daniel
GEN: Aikins. Pte. Aikins has now returned to his duties.
GEN: 1944
GEN: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
GEN: January 8 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Pte. Vernon Aikins, of Nova Scotia, is staying with his
GEN: father, Mr. Daniel Aikins.
GEN: 1951
GEN: JOURNAL-GAZETTE, RICHFORD, VT.
GEN: Marvin Aiken of Westmount is visiting his grandfather,
GEN: Daniel Aiken.
GEN: 1952
GEN: JOURNAL-GAZETTE, RICHFORD, VT.
GEN: January 10 - Glen Sutton
GEN: Marvin Aiken of Toronto spent the holidays with his
GEN: father, Vernon Aiken and grandfather, Daniel Aiken.
DEATH: Died in St. Anne's Militaary Hospital.
DEATH: 1953
DEATH: JOURNAL-GAZETTE, RICHFORD, VT.
DEATH: January 15 - Glen Sutton
DEATH: Vernon Aiken was called to Montreal on Tuesday by the
DEATH: illness and death of his father, Daniel Aiken, in the Queen
DEATH: Mary Veterans Hospital, where he had been a patient for the
DEATH: past six weeks.
Death: 13 JAN 1953
Reference: 1206

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O'Brian, Jessie M (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1207

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Aiken, Milo H (b. 1 DEC 1880, d. 27 MAR 1882)
Death: 27 MAR 1882 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1208

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Aiken, Vernon Clinton (b. 24 MAR 1884, d. 1 MAY 1905)
Death: 1 MAY 1905
Reference: 1209

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Aiken, Inez May (b. 24 DEC 1888, d. 27 NOV 1943)
Note: DEATH: MRS. WILLIAM LEAVITT
DEATH: OF GLEN SUTTON
DEATH: Glen Sutton, Dec. 30 -There passed away, after a short
DEATH: illness, one of Glen Sutton's most respected citizens, Mrs.
DEATH: Inez Aikens, wife of William Leavitt, on November 27.
DEATH: Mrs. Leavitt was born in Dunkin over fifty-four years ago. If
DEATH: she had lived until Christmas Day, she would have celebrated
DEATH: her fifty-fifth birthday. She was the daughter of Joseph
DEATH: Aikins and his wife, Hattie Lamorder, of Dunkin. She married
DEATH: William Leavitt at North Troy, Vt., on June 15, 1909. Of this
DEATH: union there were four children born, a daughter and three
DEATH: sons. The sons have all passed away. The twin sons in infancy
DEATH: and the eldest son, Nathan, in his thirtieth year, a little
DEATH: over four years before his mother. The funeral service was
DEATH: conducted by Rev. J.E. King, of Mansonville, in the Church of
DEATH: the Good Shepherd.
DEATH: The bearers were Messrs. Nick Pascas, Grover Larocque, Garth
DEATH: Wilson and Marcel Paquette. The casket was covered with
DEATH: floral tributes, silent tokens of the esteem in which the
DEATH: deceased was held.
DEATH: Left to mourn her passing are her husband, Mr. William
DEATH: Leavitt; and her only daughter, Mrs. Hugh Fuller, besides
DEATH: several brothers and sisters.
DEATH: Burial was made in the family lot in Glen Sutton Cemetery,
DEATH: beside the three sons, who had predeceased her.
DEATH: Mr. Leavitt and his daughter, Mrs. Fuller have the deepest
DEATH: sympathy of this community in their bereavement.
DEATH: Sherbrooke Daily Record
DEATH: December 30, 1943
DEATH: -----
DEATH: GLEN SUTTON
DEATH: DEATH OF MRS. W.B. LEAVITT
DEATH: GLEN SUTTON -Mrs. Inez Leavitt passed away at her home on
DEATH: November 27th (1943) at 12:30 after one day's illness. The
DEATH: deceased was born in Dunkin, December 24th, 1888, the daughter
DEATH: of Joseph and Hattie Lamonda Aiken. She was married to Wm. B.
DEATH: Leavitt and of this union two children were born, Nathan who
DEATH: predeceased her 4 yrs. ago and Glenna now, Mrs. Hugh Fuller;
DEATH: she is survived also by her husband, 4 brothers and 2
DEATH: sisters.
DEATH: Funeral services were held at the Church of the Good Shepherd
DEATH: with burial in the Glen Sutton Cemetery, Rev. Mr. King
DEATH: officiated. The bearers were Garth Wilson, Grover Larock,
DEATH: Frances Haggerty, Earl Bullock, Marcelle Paquet and Nick
DEATH: Pasas.
DEATH: Those from out of town to attend the funeral were her sister,
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Maxwell of Branford, Conn.; brothers,
DEATH: Charlie Aiken of East Richford and Mr. and Mrs. John Aiken of
DEATH: South Bolton, the Misses Mable Aiken and Frances Britt all of
DEATH: of South Bolton and Mrs. Juan Oliver of Richford. The floral
DEATH: were many and beautiful and spoke of the esteem with which the
DEATH: deceased was held by her many friends and neighbors.
DEATH: Richford Journal, Richford, Vt.
DEATH: December 2, 1943
DEATH: 1943
DEATH: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
DEATH: December 6 -Glen Sutton
DEATH: Mr. and Mrs. John Aikins and family, of South Bolton,
DEATH: Mr. Charles Aikins, of East Richford, Vt., attended the
DEATH: funeral of their sister, Mrs. William Leavitt.
Death: 27 NOV 1943
Burial: Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1210

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Bowley, John S. (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1211

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Tetreault, Frank (b. 1883, d. 1965)
Death: 1965
Reference: 1212

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Leavitt, William (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1213

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Aiken, Asa (b. 7 DEC 1890, d. 16 DEC 1890)
Death: 16 DEC 1890 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1214

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Aikens, Vernon Ross (b. 16 AUG 1909, d. 6 APR 1982)
Note: GEN: 1924
GEN: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
GEN: December 3
GEN: Notice
GEN: I hereby forbid all persons from harboring or trusting my
GEN: son, Vernon Aiken, on my account as I shall pay no bills of
GEN: his contracting after this date.
GEN: Dan C. Aiken
GEN: Glen Sutton, Que., Nov. 27th, 1924
GEN: JOURNAL-GAZETTE, RICHFORD, VT.
GEN: 1934 -July 26 -Glen Sutton
GEN: -Mrs. N.H. Brock, Mrs. Geo. Logan, Mrs. D.M. Haggarty,
GEN: Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Miss Elda Dufur, Mrs. Wm. Leavitt,
GEN: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burnham,
GEN: Mr. and Mrs. Walford Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Everts,
GEN: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mercier, Mrs. Percy Needham, Messrs.
GEN: H.H. Wilson, Gustus Brown, Dennis Gibney, Grifton
GEN: Sargent, Nathan Leavitt, Henry Westover, Daniel and
GEN: Vernon Aiken and Gordon Logan all went to Sweetsburg
GEN: on business, Tuesday.
GEN: JOURNAL-GAZETTE, RICHFORD, VT.
GEN: 1943 -November 4 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Cpl. Vernon Aiken, Forestry Corps. who has been in
GEN: England for about 2 years has returned to this country
GEN: and is enjoying a furlough with his brother, Dan
GEN: Aiken. (Should be father, Dan Aiken)
GEN: 1943 -December 23 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Pte. Gerald Fuller, Pte. Kenneth Bullock and Pte.
GEN: Vernon Aiken are at their homes for the Christmas
GEN: holidays.
GEN: 1943
GEN: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
GEN: November 15 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Pte. Vernon Aikins, who was Overseas for two years,
GEN: spent two weeks' furlough with his father, Mr. Daniel
GEN: Aikins. Pte. Aikins has now returned to his duties.
GEN: 1944
GEN: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
GEN: January 8 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Pte. Vernon Aikins, of Nova Scotia, is staying with his
GEN: father, Mr. Daniel Aikins.
GEN: 1945
GEN: SHERBROOKE DAILY RECORD, SHERBROOKE, QUE.
GEN: January 22 -Glen Sutton
GEN: Mr. Vernon Aikins spent a week-end with his young son,
GEN: in Mansonville.
GEN: 1952
GEN: JOURNAL-GAZETTE, RICHFORD, VT.
GEN: January 10 - Glen Sutton
GEN: Marvin Aiken of Toronto spent the holidays with his
GEN: father, Vernon Aiken and grandfather, Daniel Aiken.
DEATH: VERNON R. AIKEN
DEATH: of Sutton
DEATH: Vernon R. Aiken passed away after only a couple of days
DEATH: illness, at the BMP Hospital, Cowansville, Que., on April 6,
DEATH: 1982 in his 73rd year. Mr. Aiken was the only son of the late
DEATH: Jessie O'Brien and Daniel Aiken of Glen Sutton, born August
DEATH: 16, 1907.
DEATH: In 1935 he married Louise St-Francis and is survived by one
DEATH: son Marvin and daughter-in-law Jean of Ville La Salle, a
DEATH: daughter Pauline predeceased him three years ago. He leaves
DEATH: five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
DEATH: Vernon served four years overseas in the Second World War. He
DEATH: lived most of his life in Glen Sutton, and with the late Mrs.
DEATH: Pearl Hayes for five years while employed at Canada Arts in
DEATH: Sutton.
DEATH: Upon his retirement he returned to Glen Sutton and lived for a
DEATH: year with Mr. and Mrs. C. Eastman. In October 1976 he
DEATH: returned to Sutton and made his home with Mr. and Mrs. George
DEATH: (Bud and Connie) Sherrer, where he was living at the time of
DEATH: his death. He will be greatly missed by them, as well as by
DEATH: his many friends he had made over the years and relatives.
DEATH: The largely attended funeral service was held from
DEATH: Desourdy-Wilson Funeral Home on April 8 with a last Post
DEATH: Ceremony and burial. The Rev. George Long officiated.
DEATH: Interment took place in Glen Sutton.
DEATH: Bearers were C. Eastman, Lyle Leavitt of Glen Sutton, Glenn
DEATH: Sherrer of Enosburg Falls, Vt., and George Sherrer of Sutton.
Death: 6 APR 1982 Cowansville, Quebec
Burial: 8 APR 1982
Reference: 1215

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St. Francis, Louison Eliza (b. )
Reference: 1216

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Aiken, Hattie Louise Mary (b. 5 DEC 1912, d. 13 NOV 1975)
Note: GEN: See Historical Document.
CHRIS: Godfather: Philias Hamelin
CHRIS: Godmother: Louisa Chappell
Christening: 15 SEP 1942
Death: 13 NOV 1975 Mansonville, Quebec
Burial: 15 NOV 1975 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1217

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Hamelin, Ernest Eugene (b. 9 JAN 1908, d. 16 NOV 1975)
Note: GEN: See Historical Document.
Death: 16 NOV 1975 Cowansville, Quebec
Burial: 18 NOV 1975 Glen Sutton, Quebec
Reference: 1218

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Aiken, Clista (b. 9 AUG 1918, d. 27 FEB 1919)
Note: NAME: Spelled Calista in Dunkin Baptist Church records.
Death: 27 FEB 1919
Reference: 1219

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Aiken, Roy (b. 25 OCT 1919, d. 15 OCT 1920)
Death: 15 OCT 1920
Reference: 1220

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