Sunday, July 18, 2010

Joseph Ebbett 1788 Martha Turney 1790 -1867

Joseph Ebbett
Born 1787 Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Parents Joseph Ebbett and Eleanor McCarthy
Married Martha (Patty) Turney abt 1817
Died before 1871 Census was taken
Sources
1861 Census for Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick Canada page 10 (74y old)

Martha (Patty) Turney
Born abt 1786 Burton, Sunbury, New Brunswick, Canada
Parents Thomas Turney and Amy Coy
Died 22 Nov 1867
Sources
Under her married surname: 1861 Census for Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick Canada page 10 (75y old)

CHILDREN

Jerusha Ebbett
Born abt 1818 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Married James A Jones 22 May 1834 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Children: David, Frederick, Joseph, Beckwith, Jane, Martha, Jerusha, James, Sarah, John
Died Before Census of 1881
Sources
Under her married surname:
1861 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 10 (44y)
1871 Census of Peel, Carleton, New Brunswick page 4 (54y)
David Ebbett
Born abt 1820 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Occupation:  Teacher in Sheffield school (Winter Session 1850)
Married Hannah Thomas abt 1843
Children: Louisa, Mary, Eliza, Amelia, Helen, Rebecca, Emerson, Thomas, Joseph, John, Harvey
Sources
Book:  Journals of the House of Assembly of the Province of New Brunswick, pg 26, 27
1851 Census of Sheffield, Sunbury, New Brunswick page 5 (32y)
1861 Census of Sheffield, Sunbury, New Brunswick page 1 (no age given)
1871 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick page 12 (51y)
1881 Census of Peel, Carleton, New Brunswick page 15 (61y)
1891 Census of Brighton, Carleton, New Brunswick (70y, Widower)
William Ebbett
Born abt 1821 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Occupation: Farmer
Married 1) Caroline Estabrooks 18 Jan 1851 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Children: Archibald, Annie, William, Alice, Charles, Margaret, Caroline, Carrie
2) Margaret P Estabrooks After 1871 (he was listed as a widower in 1871 census)
Children: Emma
Died before 1891 Census was taken
Sources
1861 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 12 (39y)
1871 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 9 (49y) Widowed
1881 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 8 (60y)
*Joseph Ebbett
Born abt 1823 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Married Rachel Hutchinson 1 Dec 1836 Wicklow, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada
Children: Martha, Thomas, Mary
Sources
1861 Census for Peel, Carleton, New Brunswick page 23 (38y)
1871 Census for Gagetown, Queens, New Brunswick page 65 (48y)
1881 Census for Gagetown, Queens, New Brunswick page 17 (58y)
1891 Census for Gagetown, Queens, New Brunswick (68y)
James Ebbett
Born abt 1824 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Occupation: Farmer, Teacher in Sheffield school (Summer session 1850)
Married Martha Perley Upton abt 1850
Children: Lavinia, Lorenzo, Henrietta, Whitfield Arminda, Arletta, Walter
Died 24 Sep 1898
Sources
Book:  Journals of the House of Assembly of the Province of New Brunswick, pg 27
1861 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 10 (38y)
1871 Census of Simonds, Carelton, New Brunswick, Canada page 13 (47y)
1881 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 3 (57y)
1891 Census of Simonds, Carelton, New Brunswick, Canada (67y)
Elijah Ebbett
Born abt 1827 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Occupation: Farmer
Married 1) Elizabeth (unknown surname)
Children: Martha, Mary, Lania, Thomas, Edmund, Rozella, Pearl
2) Sarah
Died 4 Jun 1896 Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada
Sources
1861 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 10 (34y)
1871 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 12 (44y)
1881 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada page 18 (54y)
1891 Census of Simonds, Carleton, New Brunswick, Canada (64y)
Caroline Ebbett
Born abt 1829 Canning, Queens, New Brunswick, Canada
Note: she may have died young. I never found her in any Census
Sources
Ancestral File

1 comment:

  1. I am hoping that you can help me find my ancestor Martha Ebbett. She died in 1872, aged (according to her tombstone) 28. She was married to John W. Campbell and died at Arthurette, Victoria County. She seems to have almost certainly been a granddaughter of Joseph and Martha.

    I note that in the 1851 census, a Martha Esterbrooks (sic.) is listed as living in Joseph and Martha's home and is their granddaughter. Could this be the Martha I am looking for (who later adopted her grandparents/adoptive parents surname?).

    The sources I have for her are scarce. Limited to the gravestone (on which her maiden name is not mentioned) and her son's death certificate on which she is referred to as Martha Abbot (sic.).

    Any pointers or info you have would be appreciated.

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