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Descendents of James Rutherford (Jan 1788 - 4 Mar 1879)
and Isabella Russell (4 Mar 1805 - 20 Apr 1888)
Third Immigrant Generation
5. Robert Harvey . Son of John Harvey Sr. & Sarah Rutherford. Born Approx 1850 in Scotland. Died 6 Oct 1882 in Kingston, Ontario. Buried in Rural Cemetery, Fredericton. Occupation Harness Maker.
In the 1871 Census, Robert was listed as a harness maker. He is buried in the Rural Cemetery, Fredericton.
6. Sarah "Isabella" Harvey . Daughter of John Harvey Sr. & Sarah Rutherford. Born 12 Sep 1852 in USA. Christen 16 Dec 1857 in St. Paul's Church Records, Fredericton. Occupation Dressmaker.
Isabella was born in the United States, baptized on 16 Dec 1857 at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Fredericton. She was a dressmaker.
She married Albert Duncan Thomas, 1 Mar 1881 in St. Paul's Church, Fredericton By Rev. A. J. Mowatt . Died 5 Feb 1921 in Fredericton.
Witnesses to marriage were W. B. Coulthard and John Harvey.
They had the following children:
19 i. Ethel "Phyllis" Thomas
20 ii. Isabel Adams Thomas
21 iii. Bessie Graden Thomas
7. Margaret Ann "Annie" Harvey . Daughter of John Harvey Sr. & Sarah Rutherford. Born 6 Sep 1858 in Fredericton. Christen 7 Nov 1858 in St. Paul's Church Records, Fredericton. Died 8 Jun 1936 in Fredericton. Buried in Rural Cemetery, Fredericton. Occupation School Teacher.
Annie was a school teacher and was on staff at the Model School, Fredericton.
From The Daily Gleaner, 8 Jun 1936:
HARVEY -- At Fredericton, NB, June 8th, 1936, Annie Harvey, daughter of the late John and Sarah (Rutherford) Harvey, aged seventy-seven years.
Funeral on Wednesday afternoon from the home of Miss Bertha Harvey, 245 York Street, with services at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. George Telford and Rev. Dr. G. E. Ross and interment in the family plot in Rural Cemetery.
Miss Annie Harvey Died This Morning
One of New Brunswick's Well Known Teachers is Dead at 77.
One of New Brunswick's grand old teachers died this morning at Farraline Home in the person of Miss Annie Harvey at the age of 77 years.
Miss Harvey was born in Fredericton, a daughter of the late John and Sarah (Rutherford) Harvey. She obtained her education in Fredericton and was graduated by the Provincial Normal School. She taught in different places in the Province, including St. Stephen, and on account of her excellent teaching qualifications she was chosen for the staff of the Model School where many of the student teachers received their first lesson in teaching and carried into life the example she set them. She taught many of the children of that day who carried with them the influence of her kind and upright character and to her many of them gave credit for their success in life. During the Great War she was active and many letters she received from boys in the trenches who had been in her room in Model School thanked her for her kindly leadership. She was a devout member of St. Paul's Church and possessing a kind and charitable heart she was ever ready to cheer and encourage the less fortunate ones and her passing brings to a close a life abundantly lived and well filled with good and helpful deeds.
Miss Harvey taught in Model School for 39 years and following her retirement lived in Saint John for some time. She came back to Fredericton and made her home at Farraline Home where she passed away this morning. She is survived by a sister, Mrs Harry Wilton, Kingston, Ont., and several nieces and a nephew, Misses Phyllis Thomas, Isobel Thomas and Bessie Thomas, in British Columbia; Misses Helen, Margaret and Jean Wilton, of Kingston, and J. H. Harvey and Miss Bertha Harvey, Fredericton.
The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon from the home of Miss Bertha Harvey, 245 York Street, with service at 2.30 o'clock by Rev. George Telford and Rev. Dr. G. E. Ross and interment made in the family plot in Rural Cemetery.