Ramsay, John Theophilis Trophemius

Birth Name Ramsay, John Theophilis Trophemius
Birth Name Ramsay, John Trophemius
Gender male

Narrative

PEI Marriage Registers and marriage license says that Trophimeus Ramsay from Tyne Valley married Evangeline Baglole of Northam; Wickett book, citing a Baglole family tree, said Evangeline married John T. Ramsay on that date.

Groom's Name Theophilus Ramsay
Groom's Residence Tyne Valley
Groom's Status Bachelor
Bride's Name Evangeline Baglole
Bride's Residence Northam
Bride's Status Spinster
Source RG19/s3/ss5: Marriage bonds, 1882

On the 25th ult by the Rev. W. E. Johnson, Mr Trophilus Ramsay of Tyne Valley to Miss Evangeline Baglole, of Northam. Examiner 2 March 1882 pg 3

John T. and Evangeline Ramsay were in Westmorland County New Brunswick in 1891 and 1901.

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 87 Number 363
Date July 6 1893
Place Moncton
Newspaper The Times
John T. RAMSAY, builder, returned Tuesday from a visit to his native place Port Hill, Lot 13, P.E.I. Mr. Ramsay has not visited his home for 14 years. Mrs. Ramsay accompanied him on his trip.

Name Evangeline Ramsay
Event Type Census
Event Date 31 Mar 1901
Event Place Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada
Age 31
Marital Status Married
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity English
Religion Methodist
Relationship to Head of Household (Original) Wife
Birth Year (Estimated) 1870
Birthplace Pei
Page 24
John
Evangeline Ramsay Wife F 31 Pei
Buella Ramsay Daughter F 16 Nb
Henry Ramsay Son M 14 Nb
Lula Ramsay Daughter F 11 Nb
Fredeick Ramsay Son M 10 Nb
Larra Ramsay Daughter F 9 Nb
Eunice Ramsay Daughter F 6 Nb
Susan Ramsay Daughter F 3 Nb
Carrie Ramsay Boarder F 40 Pei

The Moncton Times says: The young Ramsey girl who recently eloped with a man named McLeod, about 50 years of age, has been located with relatives at Tyne Valley. The parents of the girl, John T. and Mrs Ramsey, received a letter from her yesterday stating that she was with her aunt and grandmother but saying nothing as to the whereabouts of the man with whom she ran away. The girls says nothing about returning home but apparently wrrote to apprise her mother of her whereabouts. Mr and Mrs Ramsey also had word from an Island member of Parliament in reference to their daughter's location. Guardian Wednesday July 17, 1907

John T. Ramsay and wife Eva were in Pepperell, Massachusetts in 1930 with their youngest son Edward.

Events

Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth June 28, 1859 Tyne Valley, Lot 13, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada    

Parents

Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Ramsay, William -1about 1817March 18, 1881
Mother Ramsay, Catherine -1about 1818February 14, 1892
    Sister     Ramsay, Annie 1846
    Sister     Ramsay, Emeline Emmeline April 10, 1848 July 14, 1925
    Sister     Ramsay, Matilda H. about 1855 May 22, 1914
         Ramsay, John Theophilis Trophemius June 28, 1859
    Sister     Ramsay, Carrie May 15, 1860
    Sister     Ramsay, Elizabeth 1864

Families

Family of Ramsay, John Theophilis Trophemius and Baglole, Evangeline Eva

Married Wife Baglole, Evangeline Eva ( * July 28, 1862 + August 27, 1932 )
   
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage January 25, 1882 Prince Edward Island, Canada    
  Children
Name Birth Date Death Date
Ramsay, William Watson1883before 1945
Ramsay, BeulahFebruary 25, 1885
Ramsay, Henry W. B.September 2, 1886April 20, 1912
Ramsay, Myrtle LuttieJanuary 6, 1889April 28, 1913
Ramsay, FrederickOctober 9, 18901910
Ramsay, Eunice CatherineNovember 2, 1894April 1, 1911
Ramsay, Lena Laura A.1896
Ramsay, Susan C.January 4, 1898
Ramsay, Nina Pearl1901July 5, 1917

Attributes

Type Value Notes Sources
Merged Gramps ID I15088