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Descendents of Nicholas Lister (1796/1798 - 25 Jan 1869
and Margaret Heughan (1801 - 25 Mar 1846)

Third Immigrant Generation

24. Agnes Lister . Daughter of David Lister & Janet Gass. Born 24 May 1859 in Harvey. Died 30 Mar 1880 in Harvey.

    She married John Little, son of James Little & Isabella "Belle" Herbert, 21 Aug 1878 in York Co., NB By Edward Roberts . Born 1848 in Harvey. Died 21 May 1900 in Harvey. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

    Witnesses to marriage were Nicholas Lister, Margaret Little and James Little.

    Agnes was the first wife of John Little,   and after her death he   married secondly Hepsibah (Hepsie) Parker.

25. Nicholas D. "Nick" Lister . Son of David Lister & Janet Gass. Born 24 May 1861 in Harvey. Christen in Harvey Presbyterian Church. Died 29 Jul 1935 in Woodstock. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Occupation Barber.

    Copied from newspaper obituary - 1935:

    Nicholas D. Lister Died at Woodstock

    Former Fredericton Man Passed Away Today After Four Weeks Illness.

    (Special Despatch to The Daily Gleaner)

    Woodstock, N.B., July 29 -- Nicholas D. Lister, one of the best known and highly respected citizens of Woodstock, passed away at his home at an early hour this morning after an illness of four weeks, at the age of 74 years.

    Born at Harvey, N.B., he was the son of David and Jennie Lister.   Mr Lister came to Woodstock fifty years ago and was the proprietor of a barber shop uo to three years ago.   Among all the business houses in Woodstock at the time Mr Lister came here, he was the only one in business at the time he retired.   He was a member of the United Baptist Church and I.O.O.F.   His wife, formerly Victoria Lowery of Fredericton, predeceased him three years ago.   A son, Guy, was killed overseas during the Great War.

    He is survived by one son, Wilmot, of Newport, Vermont, who arrived here Sunday evening; two brothers, Fred T. Lister, Collector of National Revenue at McAdam, and George Lister, of McAdam, also Misses Mary and Lena Lister, of McAdam, and Mrs Annie Ellis, of Berlin, N.H.   Interment will be made in Harvey.

    He married Victoria Maud Lowery, 22 Dec 1885 in York Co., NB By William Tippett, Methodist. Born 1868 in Fredericton. Died 19 Apr 1932 in Woodstock. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

    Witnesses to marriage were Annie Lowry and Randolph Cox.

    From newspaper obituary (undated)

    Finds Wife Dead

    Mrs Nicholas D. Lister Dies Suddenly of Heart Failure in Woodstock Home.

    Woodstock, April 20 -- Mrs Nicholas D. Lister died suddenly of a heart attack at her home here last evening.   Mrs Lister was in her customary health early in the evening, and her husband, on entering the house about 11 o'clock, was shocked to find her lifeless body lying on the floor.

    Dr. J. F. L. Brown was hurriedly summoned and said life had been extinct for some time.

    She is survived, besides her husband, by one son, Wilmot, Newport, Vt.

    The body will be taken to Harvey, NB for interment.

    They had the following children:

  120   i.   Norman Lister

  121   ii.   Guy Lister

  122   iii.   Edison Lister

  123   iv.   Wilmot Lister