McDougall, Sarah Jane

Birth Name McDougall, Sarah Jane
Gender female
Age at Death 46 years

Events

Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth 1836 Prince Edward Island, Canada  
 
Death 1882 Wellington, Lot 16, Prince Edward Island newspaper death notice, at age 46
 

Parents

Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father McDougall, John Richard
Mother Purdy, Charlotte Tamar
    Sister     McDougall, Elizabeth
         McDougall, Sarah Jane
    Brother     McDougall, Robert Bruce
    Brother     McDougall, James Arthur
    Brother     McDougall, Henry Purdy
    Brother     McDougall, Allan
    Brother     McDougall, Lewis
    Sister     McDougall, Mary
 
Father McDougall, John Richard
Stepmother Milligan, Margaret

Families

    Family of Baker, Isaac and McDougall, Sarah Jane
Married Husband Baker, Isaac
   
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage 1860 Prince Edward Island, Canada  
 
  Children
  1. Baker, Theodore
  2. Baker, Priscilla
  3. Baker, Arthur

Narrative

Groom's Name Isaac Baker
Groom's Residence Cascumpeque
Groom's Status Bachelor
Bride's Name Sarah McDougall
Bride's Residence Lot 16
Bride's Status Spinster
Source RG19/s3/ss5: Marriage bonds, 1860

Isaac and Sarah were farming in Lot 16 in 1881, with three young people in the household: Theodore, Priscilla, and Arthur.

Baker, Mrs. Isaac
Pioneer - 26 July 1882, page 3, col. 7 On the 13th July, at Wellington, Sarah Jane Baker, beloved wife of Isaac Baker, in the [46th?] year of her age

Isaac Baker left one daughter, Priscilla, who married James Wood and a son Theodore in Massachusetts.

 

 

Pedigree

  1. McDougall, John Richard
    1. Purdy, Charlotte Tamar
      1. McDougall, Elizabeth
      2. McDougall, Sarah Jane
        1. Baker, Isaac
          1. Baker, Theodore
          2. Baker, Priscilla
          3. Baker, Arthur
      3. McDougall, Robert Bruce
      4. McDougall, James Arthur
      5. McDougall, Henry Purdy
      6. McDougall, Allan
      7. McDougall, Lewis
      8. McDougall, Mary