Ramsay, Lemuel

Birth Name Ramsay, Lemuel
Gender male
Age at Death 62 years, 10 months, 27 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth January 20, 1855 Hamilton, Lot 18, Prince Edward Island, Canada  
Death December 16, 1917 Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts transcription of family bible


Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Ramsay, David
Mother McKay, Sarah
    Brother     Ramsay, James D.
    Brother     Ramsay, John Alexander
    Sister     Ramsay, Mary Eliza
    Sister     Ramsay, Charlotte
    Brother     Ramsay, Albert
         Ramsay, Lemuel
    Sister     Ramsay, Emeline Emmeline


    Family of Ramsay, Lemuel and Ramsay, Annie Laura
Married Wife Ramsay, Annie Laura
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage September 10, 1889 Prince Edward Island, Canada  
  1. Ramsay, Mattie Archibald
  2. Ramsay, Blanche Edythe



Groom's Name Lemuel Ramsay
Groom's Residence Hamilton
Groom's Status Bachelor
Bride's Name Annie L Ramsay
Bride's Residence Charlottetown
Bride's Status Spinster
Date of Marriage License or Bond 10 September 1889
Date of Marriage Ceremony 10 September 1889
Officiant's Name Henry Dickie
Source RG19, Series3, Subseries4: Marriage Licenses, 1889

Children of Lemuel and Annie Ramsay:
Blanche Ramsay Born Nov. 23, 1893
Miss Blanche Edythe Ramsay, daughter of Mrs. Lemuel Ramsay, and Frederick Lyman Powers were married quietly at ...1921
Mattie Ramsay Born July 5, 1890

Obituary in Cambridge Chronicle 22 Dec 1917
Lemuel Ramsay, of 95 Upland Road, died Sunday evening, at the Cambridge hospital, following a short illness. Mr. Ramsay was born 62 yeurs ago in Hamilton, P.E.I., which town his ancestors first settled in 1753. He had lived in this city for over thirty years and up to November 28 had for years been employed as a carpenter by the Radcliffe college corporation. He was a member of the Order of Canadian Foresters. Besides his widow Mr. Ramsay is survived by two daughters, the Misses Mattie and Blanche Ramsay, one brother, Albert, in Canada, and two sisters, Mrs. Emiline McKinnell and Mrs. Joseph Broheau. The funeral was held Wedesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the house. Rev. Vincent Ravi Booth officiated, and Miss Melville sang. "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say," "Nearer My God to Thee," and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The body was placed in the Cambridge cemetery receiving tomb and in the spring will be interred in Hamilton.



  1. Ramsay, David
    1. McKay, Sarah
      1. Ramsay, James D.
      2. Ramsay, John Alexander
      3. Ramsay, Mary Eliza
      4. Ramsay, Charlotte
      5. Ramsay, Albert
      6. Ramsay, Lemuel
        1. Ramsay, Annie Laura
          1. Ramsay, Mattie Archibald
          2. Ramsay, Blanche Edythe
      7. Ramsay, Emeline Emmeline