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Ethelbert Mae Wells

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Re: Ethelbert Mae Wells

Posted: 17 May 2012 4:48PM GMT
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Ethelbert Mae "Bertie" Wells, was born at Tidnish, on 22 July 1897, and died in Frederiction hospital, on 3 May 1984 (have obituary). Bertie married in Moncton on 18 October 1930 to Joseph Clovis Belliveau (1902 - 1972). They had two children, Fay and Norman.

Bertie was the daughter of Douglas Bliss Wells, born East Amherst on 21 September 1863, died West Amherst on 28 January 1936 (have obituary). Married 1st in Amherst on 20 October 1896, to Emma Jane Bessie May McGlashing, born Tidnish River on 22 May 1875, died Tidnish Bridge on 11 March 1899. Bliss married 2nd at Baie Verte on 19 December 1900 to Sarah Elizabeth Murray.

Bliss and Emma had two children, Ethelbert Mae Wells, and Bessie May Wells, born at Tidnish on 25 January 1899, died at West Amherst on 24 July 1926. Married at Halifax on 24 May 1922 to Lawrence McIvor.

Douglas Bliss Wells was the son of John William Wells, born at Point de Bute, on 29 October 1836, died East Amherst on 23 March 1914 (have obituary). Married bef 1862 to Ann Christina Fage, born at Hastings on 23 November 1838, died at East Amherst on 10 May 1916. They had eleven children, Frances E; Douglas Bliss; Harvey; Thompson; John William; Ephraim; Mary V.; Edna; Lottie Belle; Walter Rogers; and Benjamin.

Ann Christina Fage is the daughter of John and Mahala (Goodwin) Fage, granddaughter of James and Frances (Fillmore) Goodwin.

I am researching Chappell and Goodwin families.
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