KINREAD

Parents

George Henry KINREAD {M} = Ann FORD {F}

Married ABT 1805, England

George Henry

Born May 1782, Castletown, Rushen Parish, Isle of Man, England
Christened 5 May 1782, Malew Parish, Isle of Man, England
Died ABT 1865, Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada
Buried Methodist Point,Rexton,Kent County,New Brunswick,Canada1
George Henry Kinread was born in May 1782 in Castletown, Rushen Parish, Isle of Man, England. He was baptised on 05 May 1782 in Malew Parish. He is the only known child of John Kinread and Isabel Gawn. About 1805 George Henry Kinread and Ann Ford (born about 1782 in England) were married in England. They had seven children before leaving Whitehaven, England for New Brunswick in 1820. They settled at Rexton in Richibucto Parish, Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada. George died about 1865 in Kent County and is believed to have been buried at the Old Methodist Point Cemetery. This was partially lost to a flood and no trace of a headstone has been found.
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Ann

Alias Ann KINREAD
Born ABT 1782, England
Died unkown

Children

Ann {F} = Meracious ATKINSON {M} > Family

Married 4 October 1824, Nova Scotia, Canada

Ann

Alias Ann ATKINSON (4 Oct 1824)
Born 7 May 1806, Whitehaven, England
Died 8 Jul 1883, near Rexton, New Brunswick
Buried St.Johnís Presbyterian Cemetery,Buctouche,Kent Co,New Brunsw2
http://users.eastlink.ca/~dwelch/Genealogy/Kinread-Kinraide.html
https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143249232
headstone
ATKINSON, Meracious died Apr 25, 1867 age 61 years
KINREAD, Ann died July 8, 1883 age 77 years
wife of Meracious ATKINSON
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbken/CemStJohnsPresBuct.html

Meracious

Born 23 Jan 1806, Fort Lawrence, Cumberland County,Nova Scotia, Canada
Died 25 Apr 1867, New Brunswick,Canada
Buried St.Johnís Presbyterian Cemetery,Buctouche,Kent Co,New Brunsw
headstone
ATKINSON, Meracious died Apr 25, 1867 age 61 years
KINREAD, Ann died July 8, 1883 age 77 years
wife of Meracious ATKINSON
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbken/CemStJohnsPresBuct.html
birth year could be 1816

Isabella {F} = David GRAY {M} > Family

Isabella

Alias Isabella GRAY
Born 1809, Cornwall, England
Died 2 Aug 1884, Garden City, Delta, Michigan, USA
Buried Kates Bay Cemetery,Garden,Delta County,Michigan,USA3
Isabella Kinread was born 1809 in Cornwall, England. In 1829 she married David Gray (1805-1880, born in Nova Scotia). David was a teamster in Rochester New York. Isabella died in 1884, Garden City, Delta, Michigan, USA
https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20981604

Children of David and Isabella Gray: -- John Kinread Gray (1829 - 1907), married Jane Trueblood, lived in Indiana -- George K. Gray (1831 - 1872) married Rebecca Trueblood (sister of Johnathon Trueblood) and lived on Garden Bay for a time. -- Mary Jane Gray (1834 - 1904) married a man by the name of Clark and lived in lower Michigan. -- Margaret Gray (1836 - 1904), married Reuben Allen in 1851 in Rochester, New York. They moved to Garden City, Michigan and had a large family. -- Harriet Isabella Gray (1837 - 1906), married Simon Bouschor. -- Charles Wesley Gray (1842 - 1872), married another Trueblood sister, Maria Trueblood in 1866. He died in 1872 and his remains were reinterred to Kate's Bay Cemetery in 1914. His widow married Thomas Tracy. -- Anne Gray( ? - ? ) married John Maxwell and lived on the Maxwell place at Valentine Creek northeast of Garden.

From Obituary: Gray, Isabella (Schoolcraft County Pioneer, Aug. 6, 1884): Mrs. Isabella Gray, aged 79 years died on Saturday morning last, at the residence of her daughter near Kate's Bay. Mrs. Gray was one of the pioneers of this peninsula, having lived near Garden creek for 24 years. She lived to see that wilderness opened up into one of the finest agricultural districts in the northwest; to see villages, churches and school houses spring up and flourish all around her. Mrs. Gray leaves quite a family of grown up children, who are married and settled in the immediate neighborhood, to mourn her loss. Mother Gray was a good woman with no enemies, but hosts of friends. Her loss will be deeply felt by her many friends and relatives on the peninsula. A kind mother and friend has gone to rest. Her funeral took place on Sunday last and was attended by a large concourse of citizens. Rev. Mr. Williams of this village attended and preached a splendid discourse. Mrs. Gray was the oldest settler on the Bay shore. One by one the old pioneers are called from labor to reward.

Family Story from mundia.com "The David Gray Family" -- Our Heritage: Garden Peninsula (Delta County, Michigan, The Garden Peninsula Historical Society, 1982), 226. David Gray met Isabelle Kinrad in England and followed her to Nova Scotia where they were married. T hey moved to Rochester, New York where he worked on the construction of the Erie Canal. They had seven children. David Gray bought land on Garden Bay. He returned to South Bend, Indiana where the family was living at that time. Five years later he came back to Garden Bay and purchased more land. He walked from Garden to Marquette to obtain the proper deeds. David Gray died May 15, 1880 and his wife Isabelle died August 2, 1884. Both were buried in a private family cemetery on the Gray farm. Their remains were reinterred to the Kate's Bay Cemetery on the Tracy lot ikn 1914.
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From Obituary: Gray, Isabella (Schoolcraft County Pioneer, Aug. 6, 1884):

Mrs. Isabella Gray, aged 79 years died on Saturday morning last, at the residence of her daughter near Kate's Bay. Mrs. Gray was one of the pioneers of this peninsula, having lived near Garden creek for 24 years. She lived to see that wilderness opened up into one of the finest agricultural districts in the northwest; to see villages, churches and school houses spring up and flourish all around her. Mrs. Gray leaves quite a family of grown up children, who are married and settled in the immediate neighborhood, to mourn her loss. Mother Gray was a good woman with no enemies, but hosts of friends. Her loss will be deeply felt by her many friends and relatives on the peninsula. A kind mother and friend has gone to rest. Her funeral took place on Sunday last and was attended by a large concourse of citizens. Rev. Mr. Williams of this village attended and preached a splendid discourse. Mrs. Gray was the oldest settler on the Bay shore. One by one the old pioneers are called from labor to reward.

David

Born 1805, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died 15 May 1880, unkown
Buried Kates Bay Cemetery,Garden,Delta County,Michigan,USA4
David was a teamster in Rochester New York.
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John W. {M} = Anne (Ann) PETERS {F} > Family

Married 23 Dec 1838, Richibucto,New Brunswick,Canada

John W.

Born 18 Aug 1810, Whitehaven, England
Died 20 Dec 1886, New Brunswick, Canada5
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada6
Occupation: Carpenter, miller and farmer
Headstone Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton,Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada
Died age 76 inflammation of the bowels
John's sister, Martha, married Stephen Peters. John's wife, Ann, was Stephen's sister.

John and Ann's daughter, Mary Ann married Alfred Edward Peters the son of Steve Peters & Martha Kinread

John was listed on census records as a carpenter, a miller, and a farmer. They lived in Mill Creek, Kent County, NB, Saint John, NB, and Moncton, NB.

Grant documents have been found stating that John W. Kinread and Thomas Kinread were each granted 100 acres in Moncton and close to the McLaughlin Road.

1881 Census lists John Kinread as a carpenter and a Methodist.

1886 - Buried: Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick

http://users.eastlink.ca/~dwelch/Genealogy/Kinread-Kinraide.html#John-Ann

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=115015804&justMadeEdit=1
first settled at Mill Creek,Kent County, then in Saint John, then in Moncton, Westmorland County
John Kinread was born 08 August 1810 in Whitehaven, England. On 23 December 1838 he married Ann Peters in Richibucto. Ann was born 10 July 1817 in Folkstone, Kent, England. Her parents were Henry Peters and Mary Standing. (Ann's brother, Stephen Peters, married John's sister, Martha.) John was listed on census records as a carpenter, a miller, and a farmer. They lived in Mill Creek, Kent County, NB, Saint John, NB, and Moncton, NB. Grant documents have been found stating that John W. Kinread and Thomas Kinread were each granted 100 acres in Moncton and close to the McLaughlin Road. 1881 Census lists John Kinread as a carpenter and a Methodist. John died 20 December 1886 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Ann died 18 November 1895 in Moncton, New Brunswick.
d. Moncton (West. Co.) 20th inst., of inflammation of the bowels, at residence of his son-in-law, A.E. PETERS, John KINREAD, age 76.
December 23 1886, County Westmorland, Place: Sackville, Newspaper: Chignecto Post

Anne (Ann)

Alias Anne KINREAD
Born 10 Jul 1817, Folkestone, Shepway Distric, Kent, England
Died 18 Nov 1895, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada7
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada8
Headstone Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton,Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada
Ann KINREAD relict of John KINREAD died at Moncton Monday night at the residence of her son-in-law, A.E. PETERS, age 77.
November 20 1895, County York, Place: Fredericton,Newspaper: The Gleaner

Ann KINREAD, mother of Mrs. A.E. PETERS, passed away last eve. 9 o'clock after a protracted illness. Deceased was a widow of John KINREAD of St. John, but lived in Moncton with her daughter for a number of years. During the last two days she has been lying in an unconscious state from paralysis of the brain. The funeral will take place tomorrow 2 p.m. from Mr. Peter's residence Mountain Road to the Rural Cemetery.
November 19 1895, County Westmorland, Place: Moncton, Newspaper: The Times

The funeral of Mrs. John KINREAD will take place today at 2 p.m. from the residence of her son-in-law, A.E. PETERS. Mrs. Kinread was born in England and spent the greater part of her life in St. John where she was knowk as a earnest Christian and church worker. She leaves six daughters in Moncton, Mrs. A.E. PETERS, Mrs. F.J. GORBELL, Mrs. John NUGENT, Mrs. Harmon BROWN and Misses Edith KINREAD and Ella KINREAD. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Horatio ATKINSON of Amherst, N.S. and Stephen PETERS, Moncton.
November 20 1895, County Westmorland, Place: Moncton, Newspaper: The Times

Kinread, Anne Peters 1860
Kinread, Anne Peters 1860

Elizabeth {F} = Daniel Stuart DOUGHERTY {M} > Family

Married 12 July 1834, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada9

Elizabeth

Alias Elizabeth DOUGHERTY (1834)
Born 1812, Carlisle, Cumberland, England
Died 1 October 1876, Saint-John,New Brunswick,Canada10
Buried Cedar Hill Cemetery,Saint-John,New Brunswick,Canada11
Elizabeth Kinread was born in 1812 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England. In 1834 she married Daniel Stewart Dougherty born 1814 in Ireland). Daniel was a teamster in New Brunswick. Daniel died on 27 June 1883 in Kings, New York (age 69). Elizabeth died in 1876 and is buried in Saint John City, New Brunswick.

Obit October 3 1876 The Daily Telegraph

Carleton (St. John) 1st inst., Elizabeth DOUGHERTY w/o Daniel DOUGHERTY, 65th year. Funeral from her residence Duke St. Tuesday 2 o'clock.

Daniel Stuart

Born ABT 1806, Ireland
Died 18 August 1884, St. John, New Brunswick12
death could be 27 Jun 1883 in Kings, New York source; findagrave

Margaret {F} = Henry JOHNSTON {M} > Family

Married 26 March 1837, Richibucto, Kent, New Brunswick, Canada

Margaret

Alias Margaret JOHNSTON (1837)
Born 1813, Folkestone,England
Died 9 August 1856, New Brunswick, Canada
Buried Methodist Point, Rexton,Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada13
Inscription:
Margaret Kinread was (born in 1813 in Folkstone, England. In 1837 she married Henry Johnston(e), a seafaring man, who was also born in Folkstone, Kent, England. According to family stories Henry made ships in bottles in his later years while living at Columbia Farm in Chartersville, the Peters homestead. Captain Henry Johnson (also spelled Johnston) is known to have been responsible for bringing Kinread and Peters families to New Brunswick, Canada, in the 1820's or 30's. Margaret Kinread Johnston died in August 1856.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=144026396

Henry

Alias henry JOHNSON
Born 1801, Folkestone, England
Died AFT September 1892, Fox Creek, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada

George {M}

Born 1815, United Kingdom
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William {M}

Born 1818, Whitehaven,England
Died 5 Jan 1898, New Brunswick, Canada
Buried Methodist Point Cemetery, Rexton,New Brunswick, Canada14
William Kinread was born in 1818 in Whitehaven, England. In 1820 he immigrated with his parents to Richibucto Parish, Kent County, NB. He was a carpenter (1871 census) and a farmer (1881 census). On 27 March 1844 he married Margaret Lamb in Shediac Parish and they had eight children.

About 1861 Margaret Lamb Kinread died. Family oral history says that she drowned crossing the Richibucto River on the ice in the winter. In those days it was common to travel on the river ice because all the farm houses were built along the river allowing convenient access for travel by boat or horse drawn sleigh.

On 01 December 1873 William married Eleanor Simmons (1873 - 1922) who was several years younger and sister to Albion's wife. They had one child, Minnie, who married Alexander Gifford and they had four children.

William had a brick mill on the bank of the Richibucto River at Brick Point. The bricks were used for building chimneys in both Rexton, Reichibucto and the surrounding area.

William died 05 January 1898 in Richibucto, New Brunswick, Canada. He is buried in the Old Methodist Point Cemetery. It is believed his father George Henry Kinread and his first wife Margaret Lamb are were also buried there. William's headstone was recoverd from the river during the restoration of the cemetery. William's name is engraved on the headstone in Rexton's St. Andrews Church Cemetery where his second wife, Eleanor (Simmons) Kinread, is buried.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=144026422

Thomas {M}

Born 22 December 1820, Richibucto Parish, Kent County, New Brunswick
Died 5 October 1892, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada15
Buried 1892, Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada16
Occupation: carpenter and later undertaker
Thomas Kinread was born 22 December 1820 in Richibucto Parish, Kent County, New Brunswick or perhaps born at sea on his father (or Uncle's) fishing boat headed for Canada). In the 1852 census he is listed as living with his brother William in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. He married Hannah Elizabeth Tuttle (1829-1899) on 26 January 1854 in Moncton, New Brunswick. Hannah was born 12 September 1829 and died 14 (18 or 19) March 1899. Her parents were William G. Tuttle and Olivia Roblee Peers. She is buried in Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, Massachusetts. Please see the Tuttle Genealogy for more details.

Thomas Kinread was a carpenter. Grant documents have been found stating that John W. Kinread and Thomas Kinread were each granted 100 acres in Moncton and close to the McLaughlin Road. In the 1871, 1881, and 1891 census he is listed as living in Moncton, NB. Thomas built a mill on Lutz Street in Moncton, where he made storm windows and doors. He also built horse drawn carriages. He was asked by the town of Moncton to build a hearse and bury the dead; called an undertaker. During Barry Kinread's research in 2000, Olive Tuttle told him that there was no embalming then. They used a skirt around the coffin stand under which large tubs of ice were placed. The undertaker would measure the corpse and build the casket accordingly. None of the children were interested in the funeral home business, therefore Thomas Kinread employed Hannah's brother Abraham Tuttle and the funeral home eventually was carried on by the Tuttle family. Abraham took over the business in 1882. Thomas died on 05 October 1892 as a result of an accidental fall from a roof he was shingling. (Family story says in has a mouth full of nails and still had all his own teeth at age 72.)

October 6, 1982, Moncton, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada: The Times
"The community was shocked yesterday afternoon by the report that Thomas Kinread, an old resident was dying from injuries received in a fall from a roof of a house owned by him near the corner of St. George and Lutes Streets. Mr. Kinread was on a ladder on the roof making repairs. The accident was not seen by any person but it is supposed that in pulling a part of the old stage bracket, Mr. Kinread who has only one arm, lost his balance and fell to the ground, a distance of 25 feet. When discovered, he was assisted into the house. He died just after 2 o'clock. The deceased was born in Richibucto, Kent County, New Brunswick in 1820 and was a carpenter by trade. In 1857 he moved to Moncton where he engaged for several years in the undertaking business. In 1872 he started a sash and door factory which he carried successfully on until last spring when the building was destroyed by fire. He leaves a widow and six children, four daughters and two sons. His daughters are Mrs. W E Davidson, Mrs R Ripley and Mrs J L Stanley, all of Monction and Mrs F Carpenter of Concord, NH. His sons are Wesley Kinread of Monction and Bert Kinread, now of Boston."
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=173621328

a boy {M}

Born ABT 1824, New Brunswick, Canada
The only indication of this son is a mention in the 1839 petition of a boy now 15 years of age who is seriously incapable of assisting himself and will require support.
Kinread / Kinraide Genealogy. By Dottie and Gary Welch. http://users.eastlink.ca/~dwelch/Genealogy/Kinread-Kinraide.html Accessed: January 9, 2017

Martha L. {F} = Stephen (STEVE) PETERS {M} > Family

Married 19 January 1847, Kent County, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada17

Martha L.

Alias Martha PETERS
Born 4 Dec 1824, Richibucto, Kent County, New Brunswick, Canada18
Died 30 Jan 1890, Columbia Farm, Moncton, NB died 7:45am19
Buried 1 Feb 1890, Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada20
Died at 30 Jan 1890 Columbia Farm, Moncton, NB 7:45 am
Buried Feb 1, 1890 at 2:00 pm
headstone Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
Moncton- The Times newspaper death annc
abt. 1822 to 1824 - ninth child born to George Henry Kinread and Ann Ford in New Brunswick. [1] Peter Cavanagh Family Tree shows birthdate as 1831 in Kent county, New Brunswick

1840 - at about age 16 she married Stephen Peters. Two years earlier, her older brother, John Kinread, had married Stephen Peter's sister, Ann Peters.

1843 - at about age 19, her first child, George Clopper Peters is born [2]

They had 10 children, their last born in 1870 when she was about 46 years old.

1890 - at about age 65, died: at 7:45 am. 30 Jan 1890 at Columbia Farm Buried: Feb 1, 1890 at 2:00 pm in Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick

Note: List of children's and Stephen and Martha's birth dates are from a handwritten note by F.F. Peters dated 21st Dec. 1879 at Waterbury, Conn U.S.

Martha L. Kinread was born in 1822 (or 1823) in New Brunswick, Canada. In 1840 she married Stephen Peters (born 14 March 1822 (or 23) in Folkstone, England; died 11 May 1900). Stephen's parents were Henry Peters (1781-1867) and Mary Standing (1780-1880). Stephen's siblings were Ann Peters (1817-1895, Henry Peters (1820 - ? ), and Rachel Peters (1825-1900). (Stephen's sister, Ann Peters, had married his wife Martha's brother John Kinread). On the 1891 census Stephen is listed as a farmer. Martha died 30 Jan 1890 (age 66), at Colombia Farm, Moncton.
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Stephen (STEVE)

Born 14 March 1822, Folkestone, Kent, England21
Died 11 May 1900, Columbia Farm, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada22
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada23
Occupation: farmer
He died at age 78 at the family hobby farm, Columbia Farm, Moncton, New Brunswick
1871 Parish of Moncton census - age 46 occupation Wheel Wright, born England

Peters, Stephen  1888
Peters, Stephen 1888

Family

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Sources

1 : ; Questionable
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/173479472/george-henry-kinread

2 : "Findagrave.com"; Primary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/143249232/ann-atkinson

3 : ; Secondary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/20981604/isabella-gray

4 : ; Secondary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/20981606/david-gray

5 : "Kinread, John death annc 1886"; Primary evidence

5a: "Kinread family gravestone"; Secondary evidence

6 : "Kinread family gravestone"; Secondary evidence

7 : "Kinread, Mrs. John death annc 1895"; Primary evidence

8 : "Kinread family gravestone"; Secondary evidence

9 :
Date July 19 1834, New Brunswick Courier
m. Saturday, same chapel, by same, Daniel DOUGHERTY / Elizabeth KINDRED. CG

10 :
Obit 2 Oct 1876 The Daily Telegraph

Carleton (St. John) 1st inst., Elizabeth DOUGHERTY w/o Daniel DOUGHERTY, 65th year. Funeral from her residence Duke St. Tuesday 2 o'clock.

11 : "Findagrave.com"
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/173622101/elizabeth-dougherty

12 :
August 19 1884, Saint John Globe
d. 18th inst., Carleton (St. John) Daniel DOUGHERTY, 78th year. Funeral Wednesday 2:30 p.m. from his residence Duke St., Carleton.

13 : "Findagrave.com"
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/144026396/margaret-johnston

14 : "Findagrave.com"
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/133823435/william-kinread

15 : "New Brunswick Provincial Archives"; Primary evidence

16 : "Findagrave.com"
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/173621328/thomas-kinread

17 : "Peters, Stephen and Kinread, Martha marriage record 1847"; Primary evidence

17a: "Peters, Stephen - Kinread, Martha Marriage reg"; Secondary evidence

18 : "Peters -family record written by F. F. Peters"; Primary evidence

19 : "Peters, Martha death annc Jan 30 1890"; Primary evidence

19a: "Peters -family record written by F. F. Peters"; Primary evidence

20 : "Peters, Stephen, Martha, Harold, Alfred gravestone"; Primary evidence
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114964550/martha-peters

20a: "Peters -family record written by F. F. Peters"; Primary evidence

21 : "Peters, Stephen, Martha, Harold, Alfred gravestone"; Primary evidence

21a: "Peters -family record written by F. F. Peters"; Primary evidence

22 : "Peters, Stephen obit 1900"; Primary evidence

23 :
https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114964504/stephen-peters

23a: "Peters, Stephen, Martha, Harold, Alfred gravestone"; Secondary evidence