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Third Immigrant Generation

37. Isabelle Kay Wilson . Daughter of Alexander Wilson & Isabella Craig. Born 8 Nov 1863 in Harvey, York Co., NB. Died 29 Jul 1944 in Harvey Sta. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Religion Presbyterian.

    From newspaper obituary - 1944:

    Mrs Alex K. Swan, Well Known Woman Died Following Short Illness.

    Harvey Station, Aug 9 -- The death of Mrs Belle Kay Swan, widow of Alexander K. Swan, occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs Albert Embleton on Saturday evening, July 29th following a short illness.

    Mrs Swan was a life long resident of Harvey.   She was born Nov 8th 1864, a daughter of the late Alexander and Isabelle (Craig) Wilson.   She was a member of Knox Presbyterian Church and a Home Helper in the Auxiliary of the W.M.S., giving generously of her time in knitting and making quilts for the work of the Society.

    Leaving to mourn the loss of a devoted and loving mother are five sons and five daughters, Harry C. Swan, Charles Swan, James E. Swan, Angus Swan, and Oscar Swan, all of Harvey, Mrs Albert Embleton, Harvey, Mrs Thomas Coburn, Brownville Junction, Me., Mrs Guy Piercy, Harvey, Mrs George Brown, Harvey and Mrs Roy Messer, McAdam.   Other relatives are a brother, Charles Wilson, Pownal, Me., a sister, Mrs Charles Little, Harvey, four half-brothers, Jardine Wilson, Oliver Wilson, Heber Wilson and Levi T. Wilson, and two half-sisters, Mrs Edward MacConnell and Mrs Albert Johnston, all of Harvey, 24 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.

    She married Alexander "Sandy" Swan, son of James Swan & Jane Moody, 7 Mar 1881 in St. Paul's Church, Fredericton By Rev. A. J. Mowatt . Born 22 Apr 1856 in Harvey, York Co, NB. Died 12 Jun 1929 in Harvey Sta. Buried in Harvey Setlement Cemetery. Occupation Farmer. Religion Presbyterian.

    Witnesses to marriage were Alexander Nesbit and George Mowatt.

    Ref: Jocelean Swan Hall, "The Wilsons of Harvey", 1984, p.108, 126., and "The Swan Family (early 1800s - 1980) by Jocelean Swan Hall and Margaret Swan Crozier, page 37.

    Alexander was known as "Black Sandy".

    They had the following children:

  171   i.   Margaret Isabelle Swan

  172   ii.   (Infant) Swan

  173   iii.   Henry Craig "Harry" Swan

  174   iv.   Stella Jane Swan

  175   v.   Alexander "Charles" Swan

  176   vi.   Sarah Elizabeth "Sadie" Swan

  177   vii.   Lillian May Swan

  178   viii.   Della Maud Swan

  179   ix.   James Edgar Swan

  180   x.   John "Angus" Jardine Swan

  181   xi.   Charles "Oscar" Swan

38. Henry "Harry" Wilson . Son of Alexander Wilson & Isabella Craig. Born 28 Aug 1866 in Harvey Sta. Died 16 Aug 1934 in Freeport, ME. Buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Pownal, ME.

    Harry and Nellie lived in Pownal, ME.   Harry died of cancer and is buried in Elmwood Emetery in Pownal.   They had one daughter, Nellie.   In 1892 Harry was working on the railroad and in 1911 his occupation was master mechanic.

    He married Ellen Adelaide "Nellie" Snow. Born in Pownal, ME.

    They had the following children:

        182   i.   Nellie Snow Wilson

39. Mary Ann Wilson . Daughter of Alexander Wilson & Isabella Craig. Born 7 Jun 1868 in Harvey Sta. Died 1 Jun 1954 in Harvey Sta. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery.

    She married Charles Little, son of Matthew Little & Isabel Hay, 14 Jan 1896 in York Co., NB. Born 17 Jun 1872 in Harvey. Died 29 Apr 1965 in Grand Bay, NB. Buried in Harvey Settlement Cemetery. Occupation Farmer.

    They had the following children:

  183   i.   Celia Isabelle Little

  184   ii.   Nellie May Little

  185   iii.   Heber Alexander Little