Livingstone, Mary Ann

Birth Name Livingstone, Mary Ann
Gender female
Age at Death 68 years, 6 months, 27 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth April 13, 1851 Prince Edward Island, Canada Livingstone family records
Death November 10, 1919 Lot 31, Queens, Prince Edward Island cornwall church records


Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Livingstone, Archibald
Mother Dixon, Margaret
    Brother     Livingstone Livingston, George Alexander
         Livingstone, Mary Ann
    Brother     Livingstone, Boyd Archibald
    Sister     Livingstone, Amy Ann
    Brother     Livingstone, William Charles


    Family of Beer, James and Livingstone, Mary Ann
Married Husband Beer, James
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage June 24, 1872 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Zion Presbyterian
  1. Beer, Margaret Jane Maggie
  2. Beer, Amy Ann
  3. Beer, Sadie Elizabeth Zaida
  4. Beer, Frederick Boyd
  5. Beer, Ina May
  6. Beer, Mamie



Obituary for Mary Ann (Livingston) Beer
A very sad death occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs. Younker, Kingston PEI on November 10th, when Mrs. Mary Ann Beer, a most respected and one of the oldest residents of Bannockburn, PEI succumbed to a lingering illness of Neuraigla about her heart. Her husband, Mr. James Beer, predeceased her by a year. A woman of estimable Christian character loved as a mother by those of her community, with an ever overflowing heart of affection for all. She leaves to mourn their loss three daughters, Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Darrach of Clyde River and Mrs. Younker of Kingston and two sons, at home also a sister and her brother Mr. Boyd Livingston of Clyde River. A member of the Presbyterian Church of long standing and an earnest and zealous worker she will be keenly missed.

The funeral took place from her home Bannockburn on Wednesday November 12th, her pastor Rev. W.A. Wood preached and was assisted by Rev. Mr. Webster, a very large number assembled to pay their last tribute to a worthy friend. The remains were laid to rest in the Presbyterian Cemetery Clyde River. The saviour said, “Come to me and I will give thee rest.” The pallbearer were Mr. Hugh MacMillan , Mr. William Auld, Mr. Colville and Mr. H. Murchison.
Charlottetown Guardian January 30 1920, page 6

In loving of Mrs James Beer who departed this life Nov 10th 1919
Oft my thoughts go wandering
To a grave not far away
Whwere lies the sweetest memory
That will never fade away
What is home without a mother
All things the world can give
For when we lost our mother
We lost our dearest Friend
Inserted by her daughter, Guardian 1920


  1. Livingstone, Archibald
    1. Dixon, Margaret
      1. Livingstone, William Charles
      2. Livingstone Livingston, George Alexander
      3. Livingstone, Mary Ann
        1. Beer, James
          1. Beer, Margaret Jane Maggie
          2. Beer, Amy Ann
          3. Beer, Sadie Elizabeth Zaida
          4. Beer, Frederick Boyd
          5. Beer, Ina May
          6. Beer, Mamie
      4. Livingstone, Boyd Archibald
      5. Livingstone, Amy Ann