THOMSON

Parents

Charles Daniel THOMSON {M} = Annie Augusta SMITH {F}

Charles Daniel

Born Indian Island, Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada1
Died BEF 1947
Occupation: Cashier of the Intercolonial Railway2
married Mary Macleod after Annie died, they had a daughter Mary Beatrice Thomson b:29 Oct 1885, Moncton, NB

Annie Augusta

Alias Annie Augusta THOMSON
Born ABT 1845, USA
Died 11 Apr 1881, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada3
Died 7 days after giving birth to Annie Maud

Children

William Chase {M}

Born 5 Jan 1866, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada4
Occupation: Civil Engineer in Quebec City, Quebec5

Annie Maud {F} = Seymour PETERS {M} > Family

Married 10 Jul 1905, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada6

Annie Maud

Alias Annie M. PETERS (10 Jul 1905)
Born 11 Apr 1881, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada7
Died 1973
Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada8

Seymour

Born 30 March 1880, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada9
Died 2 April 1942, Middleton, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada10
Buried 3 April 1942, Elmwood Cemetery, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada11
1901 census Westmorland County, NB Shows bdate as 8 Mar 1879 age 21 occupation student
death cert shows bdate: 30 mar 1880
1891 census Shows age 11

Peters, Seymour
Peters, Seymour

Sources

1 : "Thomson, Annie Maud birth record 1881.jpg"; Primary evidence

2 : "Thomson, Annie Maud birth record 1881.jpg"; Primary evidence

3 : "Thomson, Annie Maud birth record 1881.jpg"; Primary evidence

4 : "Thomson, Mary B birth record 1885"; Primary evidence

5 : "Thomson, Annie Maud birth record 1881.jpg"; Primary evidence

6 : "Peters, Seymour and Thomson, Annie M. marriage cert 1905"; Primary evidence

7 : "Thomson, Annie Maud birth record 1881.jpg"; Primary evidence

8 : "Peters, Seymour & Annie M. & Ruth gravestone"; Secondary evidence

9 : "Peters, Seymour death cert 1942"
death cert gives birth date

9a: "Peters, Joshua 1911 census"; Primary evidence

10 : "Peters, Seymour death cert 1942"; Primary evidence

11 : "Peters, Seymour & Annie M. & Ruth gravestone"; Secondary evidence