MEADE-MATTHEWS GENEALOGY 

Compiled by Stella Meade Jakobitz  1973 

My Mother's sister, Julia Louise Dewar, told me that my Father's family, the Meads or "Meades", came from County Tyrene in Ireland to England by way of Cornwall, where at one time they owned tin mines. She used to tell my Father, Albert Meade, that the ownership of these mines was in Chancery", that he was the legal heir and should try to recover them, but he used to laugh and say he had neither the time nor the money to do that. After reading Charles Dickens' novel "Great Expectations", I see his wisdom.

My Mother, born Emma Matthews, said that the Matthews came from Wales and lived for some generations in Somerset. One of them had raised a troop of horse and gone to assist the Duke of Monmouth when he invaded England. When Monmouth was defeated, this Matthews was slain. His wife, son, and son's wife and children fled and hid in the forest at Pennselwood for some time to escape the wrath of bloody Judge Jeffries. When I was at school in England in 1914 I visited Kate Bartlett, who lived at Pennymoor near Gillingham in Dorset. We drove in to Gillingham one day and in the marketplace she told me to stand on a metal insert built into the tiles. She then informed me that on that very spot one Mary Lisle had been burned to death because she had embroidered a silk flag for Monmouth. Judge Jeffries name was still detested in the West Country. 

Mother said an earlier Matthews had married Josephine Bannister of Bannister's Green at West Knoyle. The Bannister family had lived there for hundreds of years. She said it was written in the "Doomsday Book" of William the Conqueror, in 1068, that "Jasper Bannnister holds the woods of Knoyle".

 The earliest written record of a Meade is in the old family register. It is of John Meade born at Hornbotham or Hombottom, Somerset in the year 1705. He married Ann, daughter of David and Mary Spearing of Dorset in the year 1729. John died at West Knoyle, Wiltshire on October 17, 1768 at age 63. His widow

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Ann died at Knoyle on February 7, 1800 at age 87. Their daughter Ann, born 1743, had a son William in 1766. There is no record of her marriage; one can only speculate as to the father. Was it a case of rape or seduction? Was the father a French smuggler? (Wiltshire farmers were known to have been very friendly to those bringing French brandy, lace, etc., to England.) Was he one of the local squires? Was William the result of a casual tumble in the hay? Who knows? However, from this union came scores of descendants, most of whom are more than usually sound of mind and body and many achieved success in various fields. Whatever the circumstances, she was not driven from her home by outraged parents, but remained with them and raised her son as a recognized member of the family.

 Lilliam Meade married Esther Garland, daughter of John and Mary Garland, at Kingston Mandi field in Somerset in December of 1797. He died at West Knoyle on November 16 or 18, 1832 at age 66. These records are written in fading "copperplate" writing on an old register. There is the following memorandum of the children of William and Esther

1. John, b. Sunday October 7, 1800. He was married to Mary Ann Taylor at East Knoyle Church April 16, 1828 by the Rev. Charles Wricthley (or Wrothsley).

~ote: Mary Ann Taylor's father, John Taylor died November 6, 1853. I met his daughter Elizabeth Taylor in 1913 when she was 83 years old. A spry, pretty old lady in flill possession of her faculties.) John was chosen parish clerk of West Knoyle by the vicar, the Rev. 1.1. Stockwill. It appears from the writing of many entries, that he wrote most of the memoranda at the back of the registry. He held the office for 46 years, from April 7, 1833 until he relinquished it April 21, 1879. The record of their children follows: (the first three sons died as a result of the Crimean War)

i. Edward Meade, b. West Knoyle, Saturday,February 21, 1829, about noon. He died in a London hospital of fever on July 6, 1855 at age 26.

ii.     John Meade, b. in the parish of Zeals, near Mere, Wiltshire on Saturday, July 31, 1830. He was killed October 13, 1854 by grape shot while on duty in the trenches about one and a half miles from Sebastepol. He was struck on the top of the head and never moved after he fell.

iii.    William Meade, b. Saturday, November 24, 1832 at a quarter of five in the afternoon. He died in the hospital in Scutari March 18, 1855 at age 22.

**There is another entry in the elder John Meade's writing, the address of

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"the Right Honorable, the Secretary of War, War Office, London, November 29, 1854. Enquiry after a Soldier." This entry and the entries of the deaths of the three young men above were stoic in their brevity.

iv.    Anthony Meade, b. Sunday, November 20 or 23, 1834 before 9:00 P.M. (November 2 shown on another page.)

v.    Jane Ricketts, b. Monday, July 25, 1836. She married a Scot, Archibald McDonald Gordon in the parish church of Clerkenwell, London on October 24, 1863. She died on a Sunday morning at 4:00 A.M., April 9, 1874 at age 37. Mr. Gordon died November 3, 1877 in a consumptive hospital. His name is shown another place as Archibald MacDonnell Gordon. He died after "twenty weeks of illness". Apparently the London fogs had not been good for either the young Scot or his West Country bride.

vi.                        Henry, b. Friday, April 20, 1838

vii.                        Hugh, b. Sunday, March22, 1840

viii.                        Albert, b. Friday, July 29, 1842 (SEE PAGES 12-17)

ix.                        Charles, b. Saturday, November 21, 1846. He became a successfiil tailor. He belonged to the Mason's and attained its highest order. My Mother's album, which has disappeared, had a photo of him - somewhat bald and with a ~ll beard. It was taken in evening dress and he was wearing a Masonic sash across one shoulder and down his chest. He had a remarkable resemblance to Edward VII and at one time, when he had attended a Masonic gathering in the north of England, he arrived at the station to see his train for London just departing. The station-master mistook him for Edward VII and said he would order a special train immediately. My Father said that his uncle, though amused and flattered, informed the station-master of his mistake.

x/xi. David and George (twins), b. December 6, 1848  George died the morning of Saturday, January 26, 1850 and was buried at West Knoyle on January 31, age 13 months.

 Since Julia Louise Dewar, Mother's oldest sister insisted that my Father, Albert Meade, was the oldest son of the oldest living son of John Meade, son of William and Esther Meade, it would appear that the above listed Anthony, Henry, and Hugh died without issue. My Father said that one of his uncles went to Toronto, Canada and worked on a newspaper there. He married and had children, then moved down to the United States. The family then lost track of him. This may have been David. The Albert Meade born in 1842, my Father's Father, inherited some considerable sum of money from one of his forebears who had

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been a sea captain. He was lost when his sailing ship went to pieces in the Gulf of Quayavuil, off the coast of South America sometime prior to the American Civil War. It would be interesting to find out through Lloyd's of London, who have kept track for more than one hundred years of all insured ships lost at sea, just who this forebear was.

2. Mary Ann b. September 30, 1803.

3. William b. Friday, February 7, 1806; d June 24, 1878 at age 72 in East Knoyle. Married Mathilda (last name unknown). Their children included:

i.     Emily, b. March23, 1845

ii.     Louise, b. May 3, 1846

iii.     Martha, b. July 1850

4. Frederick b. Sunday, May 8, 1808. This child lived only seven days.

5. Charles b. Wednesday, March 14, 1810, d. May 17, having lived only 9 weeks. ~ote: The death of these babies in what was otherwise a healthy, long-lived family suggests either an epidemic or hardships due to the Napoleonic Wars.)

6. Elizabeth b. Monday, February 5, 1812.

7. Eliza b. Sunday, August 14, 1814, d. in Bruton, July 23, 1876. Napoleon was defeated at Waterloo, June 18, 1815 and thereafter there was peace in Europe for almost 30 years.

8. James b. Saturday, December 14, 1816.

9. Thomas b. May 26, 1818, christened May 21, 1820. Thomas had a brickyard at Mere. He married Ann (last name unknown). They also had a large family:

i.        Kitty, b. June 3, 183

 ii.     Alfred, b. April 30, 1840

iv.     Sidney, b. November 1, 1846

v.      James Valentine, b. March 11, 1849

vi.     Emily, b. April 11, 1852

vii.    Jane, b. September 10,1854 at Mere. (This was Mother's cousin, called Jennie, who married a Leon Carhart and lived at Bournemouth. Mother visited her in January 1914. NB: Aunt Stella went, too. Jennie was rather a nice looking woman though even I, at age 14, suspected that her golden hair owed something to chemistry. Leon was a pleasant man. He predeceased Jennie and she left furniture, jewellery, and silver to my Mother's younger brother, Lucius Matthews, who though some years her junior, was reputed to have a juvenile

 

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"crush" on her. Apparently she was gratefull.)

viii.   Harry, b. December 21, 1856

ix.    Albert, b. December 16, 1860. (My Father's cousin of the same name. He died of cancer in 1941, in the same year my Father died of Parkinson's Disease in Canada. Though the ninth child, he lived to be 81 years old. His death was reported to my Mother by Aunt Kate Bartlett.)

10. Theresa b. Saturday, May 19, 1821.

11.Tryphena*** *b. Tuesday, September, 23, 1823. She married Samuel Matthews in 1849. (SEE PAGE BELOW)

12. Frederick b. Saturday, March31, 1827. (Apparently named for the child born in 1808. It seems to have been the custom in some families to remember dead babies.) 

The constant repetition of some names in the family, viz: John, William, Thomas, Albert, Edward, Harry, Frederick, Anne, Elizabeth, Jane, Emily, Mary -was the reason my Mother, Emma Matthews Baynes Meade, chose more romantic or literary names for her children. She said that she got tired of hearing "Was that Uncle Tom's Emily, or Uncle William's Emily?" and so on. She called her children Katherine, Elsie, Hubert, Margery, Walter, Dorothea, Evelyn, Clarice, Stella, Cedric, and Phoebe Alma Lydie. Her own parents must have had some similar idea in that they called their oldest daughter Julia, another Katherine, and the youngest son Lucius. The name "Tryphenia", repeated for three generations, is of Greek origin, and appears also in the Bible. Mother recalled that many people chose names for their offspring by opening the Bible at random, closing their eyes, and sticking a needle into the page. One illiterate couple chose the names for their twins, a boy and a girl, Sapphira and Aquila, but using such unfamiliar names, called the girl Aquila, and the boy Sapphira!! She also told, to point up her theory, an old story of the young couple who had a baby girl with an exquisite skin - pink and white. They called their daughter Wild, since their name was Rose, but when she grew up, she married a man with the surname of Bull!! 

~****Ttypheni(1 Meade married Samuel Matthews, a descendant of the Matthews who had married Josephine Bannister of Bannister's Green. Their home at West Knoyle was built in 1709 on the site of an earlier house that was destroyed by fire. They had cows, pigs, and chickens as well as a large vegetable garden, also an apple orchard. Mother talked of some big yellow apples which were her favorites, called Winter Banana. I wonder if they were something like the big

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California apples called Golden Delicious. They also had a bakery. Mother said all their food, except tea, salt, and sugar, was grown or raised by themselves or neighbors. Samuel Mattews had a grammar school education. He played the violin and painted water colors and was quite a character. He used to write letters for those villagers who could not read or write, charging one schilling. On one occasion a rather simple-minded girl who used to work for Grandmother was leaving on a rather dark and stormy night. Grandfather asked her if she had a lantern. She said no. He replied, "Well you had better get one then". The girl went home, got a lantern and then returned to show him that she had it. His death at age 64 was caused by the effects of a gunshot wound to the head, the result of an accident. He had gone hunting with a cousin, one Sam Landers, who mistook his deerstalker hat for a grouse. On one other occasion an old woman came in great excitement and distress to say there was the devil in her pigsty. Grandfather laughed but went to investigate. The pigsty, made of wooden wattles, was only about three feet high and had no windows - only a door. Grandfather looked in and was surprised to see brilliant, odd-shaped eyes peering at him from the corner. He knelt down and entered, but was pushed backward and ousted into the mud by a goat, which had strayed into the pigsty. It is not recorded what he said when he picked himself up out of the mire. At that time it was a full days journey to travel the twenty miles to Salisbury by stagecoach. A journey to London would be a once in a lifetime event in the 1870's and 18801s. They had, of course, no radio or TV, or even frequent newspapers. Grandmother used to sit spinning on winter evenings, the girls would be knitting or sewing, and Grandfather read aloud the few books they could obtain, but these were good ones. He read Charles Dickens, William Thackeray, Walter Scott, and Charles Reade. It was from those books they got the major part of their education. They had little formal schooling, but even when I was an adult Mother could still correct my manners, and occasionally my grammar. A healthy life. The sons and daughters averaged 85 years of life. The youngest to die, the eldest son William, died at 68. The longest to live was Triffie Thompson, who died just short of 95. Tryphenia and Samuel's children were:

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a) Julia Louise, b. January 3, 1850. She married Garry Glen Dewar. There were no children. She died at Gillingham, Dorset on September 26, 1939, just short of 90. A tall handsome woman, even in her sixties and seventies, she had been, prior to her marriage, a clerk and model at a fashionable dressmakers in London and remembered with relish an incident of her employment. A young Duchess was to be married. She came to the couturier for her trousseau. Aunt

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Julia wore several dresses and costumes for her approval. Because of her status in the fashion world, a photographer was present and the shopping trip was written up. But by mistake (not unnaturally), the caption in the paper indicated Aunt Julia as the Duchess and that lady herself as the shop assistant. She was, it seems, a pudgy, unattractive young woman. She was enraged and demanded the paper print the photo again with the proper caption. The paper did so with profound apologies, but some columnist with democratic ideas used the incident to make fun of snobbery. When Aunt Julia had some teeth extracted in her 75th year the dentist said he thought she was 50. She was very fond of cats. Her husband was an easy-going, good natured Scot. They lived for some time in Winnipeg, Canada, but went back to England in the 1920's. Harry Dewar lived to be 87, I think. After his death Julia lived at Gillingham in Dorset with Kate Bartlett, joined later by her sister Elizabeth and brother Lucius, also returned from Canada.

b) William Edward, b. September 22, 185 1, christened one year later at West Knoyle, Wilts. He went to London and joined the police force, at one time being on guard at Buckingham Palace. He joined Scotland Yard and was sent to Australia as a CID man to help round up a gang of illicit diamond buyers. Others of the force were sent to Antwerp and to Brussels where the stolen diamonds were being sold. When the job was completed he decided to stay in Australia, where he joined the Sydney police force. He fell in love with and married Adelaide Vosper in about 1884 and they had three daughters, Cordelia, Florence, and Helen. The list of his descendants shown later (PAGE 9 - 10)

c) Fredrick Russel, b. June 2, 1852 - d. July 2, 1945. He also went to Australia and took his bride Rebecca Legg (in 1885). His oldest daughter Ethel Ivy was born on the ship Ivanhoe while they were en route. He was a railway guard. Descendants shown later. (PAGES 10-12)

d) Elizabeth Theresa, christened August 5, 1853. She was for some years employed by the family of the Marquis of Lincolnshire, and by his daughter, Lady Alexander Palmer, as nursery governess. After his death she accompanied Lady Lincolnshire to the Dower House. She had been with the family in Egypt, India, and Australia. She never married. She died in 1943 at the home of her sister, Kate Bartlett, at Gillingham, Dorset.

e) Tryphenia, b. March21, 1856. She married John Henry Thompson of Newbury, Berks and had one son Will and a daughter Violet. John Thompson was a chemist. At one time he was Mayor of Newbury. Son Will served in W.W. I, and later worked on a newspaper at Stroud in Gloucester. He married Hilda and had 2 daughters, both of whom married and had children. Their married names and present addresses are unknown to me. Violet never worked outside her home as she was considered a delicate girl. She never married and died at 73. Her mother, Tryphenia, lived to be just short of 95 years, her Father, John, lived to be 87, but Will, who was wounded in W.W. I and served as air raid warden, died at

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f) Emma: b. June 16, 1859. Married by Rev. G.A. Vander Meulen to Joseph Baynes of Essex and later Sunbury on Thames February 8, 1883 at the Parish Church, West Knoyle, Wiltshire and later married her cousin Albert Francis Meade in 1897. Albert went to Canada in 1905 accompanied by his stepsons Hubert and Walter Baynes. Emma and his other children joined him in Winnipeg

in 1907. (FOR THE LI T OF HER CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN, ETC.

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g) Kate, christened August 24, 1862. She remained at home looking after her Mother until that lady's death, then married John Bartlett of Pennymoor near Gillingham, Dorset. She had no children, but a step-son, Herbert, and step-daughter, May, who later married Kate's cousin Edward Matthews of Penn, Somerset, and later farmed in Surrey. They had two sons, one of whom, unfortunately drowned. May died of cancer (and grief).

h) Lucius, b. February 22, 1864. He married Rose Millaard of Mere. Their oldest son died in infancy. They had also:

-William Edward, b. 1895, who married Phyllis Wildblood. They had one daughter, Betty, b. February 1927, who married William Crow. This couple lived at Bakersfield, California with an adopted child.

-Lorna Louise, b. February 27, 1898 who married Jesher Buchanan

(died 1970) in Los Angeles in 1924. Their son Wallace Muir, was born February 1927 and was killed by a drunk driver September 13, 1941. He was a tall, handsome boy. His Uncle Will had also been killed in a car accident December 22, 1940. Lorna now lives in Santa Monica, California.

Uncle Lucius returned to England after his wife died. He lived with his sisters Kate, Elizabeth, and Julia at Gillingham in Dorset. During W.W. II, when bombs were occasionally dropped by German flyers retreating before RAF defenders of Bristol, the sisters Were nervous when sounds of the bombers were heard, but Uncle Lucius chose to ignore them and said if the "Jerries" were going to get him, he preferred to die comfortably in his bed. He died in 1949.

William Edward, eldest son of Tryphenia and Samual Matthews (see page 7

b) - his children:

1. Cordelia Emma (named for my Mother, William's little sister), b. August

5, 1885. She married W. Carpenter in 1910 (?) Their children were:

-Emily Adelaide, b. 1912, married Thomas Annandale February 21, 1942. They had a son Oliver Alistair, b. February 14, 1943, who in turn is married and has a son and daughter. Their names and birth dates are not in my records. Emily died July 24, 1943.

                                     -Dorothea, b. 1914. Married Raymond Peters September 30, 1941. Their first child, RobertJohn, born August 24, 1943, died at age one month. Other children are Carolyn Merle, b. January 21, 1945. She became a school teacher and married William Lewis, an airplane pilot in 1968. The last time I heard, they paused in a trip around the world to spend some time in England. She was teaching in Battersea. Susan Lesley, b. April 3, 1947 married to ??(name not on record). She has a daughter Jennifer and a son Michael. In all Cordie's letters she never mentioned the young man's name. I believe he is an agricultural expert. David, b. 1949, a student who lives with his Grandmother. Patricia, b. 1952, also a student.

2. Florence Ruby, b. December 1, 1887 and died February 2, 1954. She married Henry Benjamin Dunstan in 1913. Their children are:

-Marjorie Vivian, b. July 12, 1914. She married first Robert John

Radcliffe, who died in 1950, and later Eric Kelly in 1957. Her children are:

Robert Vivian Radcliffe, who married Jill Anderson in 1964 and Anne?? in 1969.

They have a son Sean b. 1972. ~ b. November 6, 1946. She married Ross Perry in 1969.

They have a daughter Susan Perry, b. 1972.

-Jean Vivian, b. February 5, 1920. A commercial artist, she married Richard Menzies Mitchell in 1940. Ruby Dunstan wrote to me that Dick was in the Royal Air Force in W.W. II. After their marriage, Jean followed him around to the various training camps until he was sent to Europe, at which time she returned to her parents' home. Jean was notified that the ship her husband was on had been torpedoed and sunk in the south Atlantic by a German submarine. Her husband's name was not listed among the survivors. Nevertheless, Jean refused to believe that he was dead. Her Mother and Father worried about this, thinking that later realization of his loss would be even harder on her. About three weeks later Jean went downtown shopping and returned home to tell her Mother that she had passed such a nice day. She had felt as if Dick was with her - that she had only to look over her shoulder to see him. The next day they got a cable. Dick and some others had been drifting in the Atlantic in a life-boat and had reached the African coast. They were hungry and sunburnt but in fairly good condition. As you Australian cousins know, Dick returned after the end of W.W. II and he and Jean have: John Menzies, b. September 4, 1947. He married Julie Pethick April 24, 1971. John is a journalist. Christopher Vivian, b. November 7, 1950. He married Janet Ruth Tonkin October 21, 1972. He is a confectioner. (Makes candy or has a candy store). Richard Benjamin, b. December 7, 1959. Presumed still a student.

3. Helen Triffie, b. 1895, married Leslie Charles Heading in 1918. They have an orange ranch (orchard). Their children are:

-Raoul Leslie, b. December 2, 1919. He is in the police force - a Sargent. He married Mary (Molly) Hodgson November 25, 1943. Their children are: Winton Lows, b. March 1, 1945 (a librarian),~, b. September 4, 1949 ( a journalist), Christopher, b. May 25, 1953 (stock and station agent).

-Betty Vosper, b. 1921, married Frank Ashley Trebilcock in 1942.

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Gardener in 1964, Yvonne Helena, b. 1946 (a stenographer, married David

Petersen in 1969 and had a daughter Jodie Marie, b. 1971, Marie, b. 1949, married

Ray Malloy in 1969 and had a son, Bradley James in 1970, Stephen Ashley, b.

1952.

-Nancy Margaret, b. March 16, 1923. A chemist's assistant she married Noel Bahnish February 23, 1945, who has a chemist's shop. Their children are:Micheal, b. June 18, 1952 (a medical student), Paul, b. May 1956 (a student) - I had the pleasure of meeting Noel's parents when they came to California a few years ago, on their trip around the world.

-Janet Adelaide, b. September 16, 1931. Married Graham Garth Hutchinson in 1952. Their children are: Neville Graham, b. March 12, 1955 (a photographer), Michael David, b. August 2, 1957, Mareene, b. July 29, 1960. 

Fredrick Russell Matthews, (see page 7, c) second son of Samuel and Tryphenia Matthews, was born February 6, 1856 and died July 2, 1945 at age 88. He wed-Rebecca Legg and went with her to Austalia in the year 1885. Their oldest daughter was born in transit on the steamship Ivanhoe. Their three children included:

1. Ethel Ivanhoe (Ivy), B. March 7, 1886. A trained nurse, she married Edward Sumney on May 14, 1931. She died in December of 1965. They had no children.

2. Albert Frederick, b. August 2, 1890. He was in the Australian Army and was wounded at Gallipoli, spending some time in an hospital at Alexandria, in Egypt. He married Ada Margaret Went in 1917 and died February 21, 1961 in his 7l~~ year. Their children are:

-Dorothy Leola, b. January 14, 1918. She married Charles Edward

Worden on October 14, 1939. Their children are: Robert Charles, b. May 14, 1941

(died in infancy), Philip Charles, b. March27, 1951, a fitter and turner (furniture?)

who married Geraldine Hall December 12, 1972.

-Joyce, b. October 19, 1920, wed March 22, 1941 to Ronald Henry

Hall. Their children: Barbara Patricia, b. September 11, 1943, married Richard

Lewis Dean November 11, 1965. She was a dental nurse. Their children are:

Andrew, b. May 14, 1968, Kristen Louise, b. September 30, 1971. Peter Russell,

b. August 1, 1945 (in the Navy), he wed Christine Anne Treleaven January 3,

1970. They had a son, Jason Peter, b. March, 20 1972. Julienne Mar~aret, b. May

28, 1951 (a bank clerk), wed Ian Rodney Nancarrow June 3, 1972.

3. Dorothy Bessie Matthews, b. July 27, 1899, wed George Latham Forth May 19, 1919. Their children:

-Joan Latham, b. March 10, 1920 (a nurse), wed Cyril Oliver Falkner (who has died since) January 13, 1962. Their children are: Lucinda Catherine ~ b. November 26, 1962, Richard Oliver Latham, b. March 14, 1964.

-Madge Latham, b. July 25, 1921, married November 23, 1942 to Harold Leonard Colquist. Their children are: Julie Maree, b. July 15, 1947, died November 1 of the same year. Elizabeth Ann, b. April 25, 1949, married Robert Philip Goss January 31, 1 970~ She was a stenographer. They had a son, Matthew Robert James, b. November 4, 1972. Philip George, b. August 16, 1951 (a carpenter). He married Heather Cord January 29, 1972. Their son, Paul Michael was born August 23, 1972

-Diana Latham Forth, b. June 12, 1923, married Ross Eric Beames on

March 11, 1944. Her daughter is YvonneJune, b. January 14, 1947, married

Trevor Mooney August 20, 1966. Her children are: Joanne, b. November 14,

1967, and Jacqueline, b. June 6, 1969.

-Graham Latham, b. November 1930 (an electronics tutor). Married Maureen June Corbin April 15, 1953. Their children are: Vicki June, b. November 16, 1961, ~ ,b. November 1,1965.

-Annette Latham, b. March 3, 1936. Married to Albert Brian McKelliff December 22, 1956. Their children: GeoffrevWavne, b. April 16, 1961, and Sandra Louise, b. March25, 1963.

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-Judith Helen, b. October 29, 1938, married February 7, 1959 to Kevin Lewis Robinson. Their children are: Tracev Leanne, b. August 13, 1966, and Grant Lewis, b. November 28, 1967. 

The eight children of Samuel and Tryphenia Matthews averaged 85 years of life, a remarkably healthy family. Partly due to heredity, partly to the good food and fresh air of their youth in Wiltshire, no doubt. Perhaps to their Mother, Tryphenia, who had some Quaker ancestry in her background, and was very gentle and soft spoken in contrast to her husband, who had quite a temper and a not always kindly sense of humor. Grandma Matthews had her own sense of humor. My Father said when he visited her and she was bed-ridden the last two years of her life, she loved to hear the news from London, and the latest jokes. She died at 71 (or 75). My Mother said Tryphenia always wore black silk dresses and a white lace cap. She usually had three dresses. One, the oldest, for morning wear while doing household chores, (she usually had a maid or maids), another for afternoon wear, and the third for dress-up occasions. They were "dry-cleaned" by sponging them with vinegar and hanging them outdoors to dissipate the odor of the vinegar. There was a picture of her, seated, with W~ILM~~~ws, Uncle Lucius' son (a bright-eyed ~ and a beautiftil Collie dog standing beside her. She was pleasant ace , p ump, with beautiftil white hair. Her dress had a close-fitting bodice, a flill, long skirt, and a white lace collar. 

Albert Meade, (see page 3, viii) son of John Meade and Mary Ann Taylor was born July 29, 1842. He inherited money from an Uncle, or Great-uncle who was a sea captain. He drowned when his ship went down on the Gulf of Quayaquil off the coast of Ecuador in about 1860. Albert married Louise Hazelton, daughter of a London jeweller, in the parish church of Stepney, Middlesex, England February 24, 1867. Her parents opposed the marriage because he had a reputation as a gambler. He died in 1881, having gone through his inheritance, leaving little or nothing for his widow and 8 children, who were as follows:

1. Mary Ann Eliza, b. September 1867. (She was murdered by some person unknown as she was crossing the common at Southall, Middlesex. She had been in London where she worked as a milliner. It is thought she crossed the common instead of taking the ordinary street route because of a beautiftil sunset. Her body was found in a stream about three days later. She had been assaulted and strangled. The police, at first, arrested her fiance', a young soldier. Grandma

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Meade and my Father insisted the boy was innocent as he was very much in love

and grief-stricken. The police later stated that she had probably been killed by a

tramp, some of whom were known to sleep in bushes on the common. My sister, ~

~          Dorrie, remembers my Father's grief and Uncle Jack Meade crying.

2. Albert Francis, b February 14, 1869. He married his cousin ~ ~, the widow of Joseph Baynes, in August 1897. He had been working as manager in her store, (an earlier manager had cheated her) and she nursed him through an attack of scarlet fever. Their children were:

-Stella Ulrica , b. April 23, 1899. She married Adolph Frederick Carl Jakobitz (Jack) April 20, 1932. He died July 9, 1941. Their only son, Robert Francis, was born October 1, 1933. His name was changed to Robert Francis Meade in 1943 or '44. Robert married flonita Rae Davis, the daughter of Audrey and Ray Davis, b. October 19, 1934 in Corning, Iowa. yhey had two children, Michael Bruce, b. December 1, l962;~and Joanna Bt'e6ke (Joby), b. March14, 1967, both in Los Angeles. They lived in San Gabriel, California. Robert got his B.Sc. at the California Institute of Technology June 1955, and his Ph.D. at UCLA in 1967. He teaches geology at the California State University in Los Angeles. Bud is now separated. Bonnie moved to England with Joby. Joby returned to Bud in L.A. during 1985, but returned to England in 1986. Bud's son, Mike married Kathryne Jean Treadway September 15, 1985. They had a daughter, Haley, b. June 24, 1986. He is now a substitute teacher for the L.A. city schools. Bud now has a lady friend, Linda, a beautiflil blonde who works in the L.A. Sherrif's Office.

-Cedric Albert Leon, b. August 9, 1900 wed Catherine Spouse, daughter of Robert Spouse Scott, living in Victoria, BC. They were married in Seattle, WA April 20, 1933. The 4 children of Cedric Meade and Catherine Spouse are:

a.) Frederick, b. November 3, 1934, who wed Shirley Durstling. They are farming near Breton, Alberta. Their children are: Jeffrey Allan, b. April 24, 1963; Gaylene Ruth, b. June 7, 1964 (She has hair a lovely chestnut shade, similar to my sister Evelyn's, also Evelyn's son Stephen and Uncle Will Matthews, who went to Australia, some ninety years ago. My Mother often mentioned how handsome he was.); MaynardBradley, b. September 21, 1967.

b.) Clifford Cedric, b. October 3, 1936, married Judy Kagen, a trained nurse. Clifford resembles my Father physically. He also is farming near Breton. They have one son, Kelly, b. April 18, 1972. He is a sturdy little boy, red-headed as were Cedric and my Mother.

c.) Leonard, b. May 15, 1938. Also farming near Breton, wed Lillian 

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Ollenburg, of Dutch ancestry, in 1963. They have 4 children: Carolyn, b.

December 9, 1963 - an attractive little girl who resembles her Mother. Robert

Neal, b. November 2, 1966 - from snapshots it seems he and my Grandson,

Michael Meade, look very much alike, though born of different mothers, in

different countries, and thousands of miles apart. Blood will tell. Karen, b.

November 24, 1967. James, b. September 14, 1969.

d.) Donald, b. 1940, wed Fay (?) In Louisville, Kentucky. Donald, who is short, wanted to be ajockey and has always loved horses. However, after he turned 18 he grew until he was too heavy. He works for a man who raises horses on Vancouver Island. He married while in the United States, but I think his pretty wife, who was a bank clerk, is Canadian. Their 2 daughters are: Barbara Anne, b. 1963 in Louisville - she is therefore an American citizen if she wants to be, and Linda, b. December 8, 1969.

After my brother Cedric's death Catherine married Fred Moorhouse, and had one daughter, Marlene, who is married to Wm. Pettit and has 2 sons. They live in Washington State. Fred, who was a good step-father, died in an automobile accident in June of 1973.

-Phoebe Alma Lydia, b. December 20, 1902, died March 1905. A beautiftil child with red-gold hair and brown eyes. She died of bronchial pneumonia.

It was after her death which was so distressing to all, and partly due to the very bad economic situation prevailing in England at that time, that the decision was made to leave England. Mamma said she got tired of all the poor people who came begging, and all of whom she could not help. I believe this was the time of the big dock yard strike. My Father (Hetty's) Hubert, who after some years in college had been working in a lawyer's office, and Walter (who had acquired an interest in farming while visiting an uncle's (Baynes) farm near Saffron Walden in Essex) accompanied him to Winnipeg. He obtained work in the Hudson's Bay Co.'s flir trade. The boys went homesteading in Saskatchewan. Mamma and the rest of us came to Winnipeg in 1907, by which time Dad was working in the HBC store there. He became manager of the flir dept. and the men's clothing dept., but resigned in anger in 1915, when the Bay cut the manager's salaries by 50%. He took officers training in 1916 and obtained a Captaincy. He was never sent overseas, perhaps because he was 47, above the usual age requirement. He worked for an American company which went bankrupt, then in 1919 started his own dry goods business. He was badly injured when run over by a truck in the fall and was hospitalized with a broken collar-bone, pelvic fracture, broken ribs, and

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gashes to the head and legs. During his absence the business in the store deteriorated - stocks were diminished, too much credit was allowed, etc. Also, the time for small stores of this type was passing. People could buy more cheaply in the big department stores. After his accident he had felt the severe winters and in 1923 decided to move to the West Coast. In November, with me (Stella), he travelled to Saskatchewan, picked up Mamma who had been visiting her daughter Evelyn, and we proceeded to British Columbia to the home of Mamma's elder daughter Dorrie. Unable to find work in Vancouver, Dad went to Victoria, where he got employment in Spencer's Department Store. Both he and Mamma were happier in the mild climate of Victoria, where they enjoyed being able to have a beautifi~l flower garden the year round. However, Dad had Parkinson's disease and began to be unable to tolerate the long hours of standing on his feet at the store. He opened his own tailor shop in 1929, signing leases for rent, newspaper advertising, and electric light signs which proved, after the stock market crash in October of 1929, to be much too high for the volume of business. Like many bigger businessmen he had not foreseen the depression which caused such economic disaster in Canada as well as in the United States. His illness was increasing and he had to retire. He was bedridden for some time, dying in January of 1941. I (Stella) married Adolph Jakobitz, known as Jack. He had one stroke in 1936, and although he had the "sympathectomy" operation at the Mayo Clinic in

1938, died of another stroke in 1941. I went to work for the Federal Government in 1939 and remained in the US service until retiring in September 1962. (Stella died as the result of a fall in 1980, in her 80's.)

3.Charles, b. 1870 or 1871. He died about 1947 from heart trouble aggravated by the fact a German V-2 bomb exploded behind his house in Southall. The brick house was cracked but his glass conservatory was shattered. Like his brother, Albert, he loved flowers. He was the bookkeeper for a gas company for many years. He married Fanny (last name not known at this time). Fanny was alive in 1948, at age 79, in good health. Their children were:

- Charles, who served in both World Wars. He was in the British rear-guard action, fighting back across France and Belgium in W.W. II, was wounded in the shoulder by a German machine gunner while on the sands of Dunkirk, and later was in charge of a group of sappers, who withdrew dud bombs from London buildings, including the Post Office, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace. Some of the bombs went off during this operation. They lost 265 officers and men. He retired with the rank of Major. He was later a contractor, and still lives in Southall. His wife Midge died two or three years ago.They had one daughter, Yvonne, who graduated from Oxford, then taught in a girls school near Canterbury. She is now married with 2 or 3 children.

- Ethel, unmarried, who died sometime after W.W. II

- Ivy, b. 1897, married a veteran of W.W. I who had been a prisoner

of war in Germany and invalided since. Mr. Beesley died in 1934. Their children:

Edna, b. 1922. She wed a soldier. Roy, b. 1924. Iris, b. 1927. ~, b. February 2,

1933. (Information from letter, 1948.)

- John, who is married and took his wife and children to Johannesburg, SA. lie is a medical missionary (?)

- Horace, who worked for the Salvation Army all over the British Isles, retiring with the rank of Colonel in 1966. He wed Evelyn Snelling of Southall in 1927. Their children: Beryl, who is now teaching blind children and is head of a girls school in Nigeria. David, who married Lou (?). He is manager of a branch of Lloyd's in London. They have 3 children: Karen, 14; Garth, 10; and Fiona, 8.

4. Jessica, b. about 1872. She married Arthur Webb and they emigrated to Canada in 1911 (?). Arthur was a very good carpenter and became a foreman for a big construction company in Winnipeg. Jessie and Arthur reached their 80's. Their only daughter:

- Doris, b. 1903, wed George Donelly, an Irish-Canadian boy. Later they moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, where they still live. George has retired after many years with a financial trust company. Children are:~Q~~fl, still in the Canadian military service. He wed Mary (?), last name unknown to me. They had one son, Dale. Marion, b. about 1934. She wed Ernest Unwin, a young Scottish Canadian from Victoria, BC. Like Marion, he was a graduate of UBC. Later he got his Ph.D. in Mathematics at Tucson University in Arizona. They now live at Mountain View, California. Ernie works for a computer company and also teaches at San Jose College. They have a daughter, Jaime (?) now 7, and adopted son Paul, 4, and an adopted daughter, Georgie, 1 V2.

5. Edith, who married Bert Jeffries. Their children are:

- Kenneth, who is married and has 3 children.

- Gwen, who wed Mr. Trimble and has a daughter Mavis. Gwen died December 30, 1972 at age 72 (I think).

- Eric the youngest never married. He was a pilot in the R.A.F. in W.W. II, and afterwards taught at a boys school near Reading. He was an expert skier and on retiring bought a part share in a ski-resort at Kitzbhuel, in Austria. He serves as a travel agent, making trips to the USA and Canada, and is also a ski instructor.

Auntie Edith died about 1962 or 1963 at age 83. She fell downstairs while Eric was on Christmas holidays in Norway, for which he reproached himself. But as I pointed out, it could have happened while he was away teaching. She had been a very pretty, little woman with dark eyes and hair, and clear skin.

6. Louise, also a pretty girl, never married but stayed with her Mother until Grandma Meade died in her sleep at the age of 83. Louise died during W.W. II (1943?)

7. Alice, b. about 1876-77, married Jack Hone, a carpenter. They lived in Canada for a few years but returned to England, which they preferred. They had no children. Jack died as the result of an auto accident. Alice adopted an orphan, who is now married and has children. She lived 86 years.

8. John Edward, b. 1878, wed Elsie Evans (born 1880). He followed his brother, Albert Meade, to Winnipeg in 1910. He was a butcher and Aunt Elsie was a concert singer. John died in 1944. Their children are:

-Kenneth Jack, b. 1903, wed Madeline in San Francisco. Kenneth worked for some years for the state of California keeping prisoners' records in San Quentin. He is now retired. They had a daughter, Valerie, who died in infancy and a son, Kenneth, now a state Assemblyman in Sacramento. Kenneth Jr. wed Sharon Genhard and they have two children, Tyler and Kelley.

-Vernon Edward, b. 1905, married Beryl Evans, a pianist. ~o relation of her Mother-in-law.) Vernon worked many years repairing machinery for the Campbell's Soup plant in Sacramento. He is now retired. They had two children, Deborah, a nurse, and David, who was 6' 4" at age 17.

-Jack Lee, who served in the American military service in W.W. II and later worked at an Air Force base near Sacramento, living with his Mother. He retired a couple of years ago because of a disability due to eye trouble. Born in about 1907, he did not marry.

-Elsie, b. October 1914. Elsie, who was little - a very pretty blonde child - took ballet training and was for some years in the Fanchon and Marce Corp., who put on entertainments at the best movie houses. She wed Charles Roberts of Sacramento, a telephone employee. They had no children, but adopted a girl, Valerie, who became a trained nurse. Valerie wed John (?), an ex-navy man, now going into commercial fishery.

Elsie's Mother, now 92, lived for many years with her son Jack, but fell and broke her hip. She became increasingly helpless and was for some time at Elsie Roberts' home. She remained for many years mentally alert in a nursing home as

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she became increasingly helpless and needed 24 hour care. She no longer is singing, but took up painting as a hobby. A brave little lady.

 

The 7 children of Emma Matthews (from page 8), 4th daughter of Samuel Matthews and Tryphenia Meade, by her first marriage to Joseph Baynes of Essex, on February 8, 1883 at West Knoyle, Wilts, performed by Rev. G.A. Vander Muelen were:

1. Hubert George, (called Jim at his request) b. January 28, 1884. He went to Canada about 1905 with his step-father, Albert Meade, and homesteaded in Saskatchewan for some years. He married Gertrude Victoria Schofield May 1915. He later moved to Victoria, BC, and bought a gas station and motel at Langford Lake. His wife died in February 1947. He died in Prince George, BC in 1967 at age 83. His children:

-Charles Hubert (Chuck), b. August 28, 1916 in Saskatchewan on the farm.

         Sect. 24, Tp. 19, Rge.4, W.3, Saskatchewan, Nearest town is Palmer, Sask.

 He served in the Canadian Army during W.W. II, and for many years afterward, retiring in 1971 with the rank of Chief Warrant Officer. He married Doris Bura in April of 1941 in London, England. Doris is a Londoner of Romanian ancestry. Her sister and brother in the theatrical world. Their children are: Christine Victoria ~ b. 1942 in England. She married Leslie Vjerk in 1961, by whom she had a daughter Katherine Ann, born June 8, 1964. Christine divorced Mr. Vjerk and wed James Charron. They lived in the Ste. Thomas area of Ontario, Canada. Mr. Charron adopted Katherine, and they had three more children, Lorrie Bernice, b. October 8, 1965, David Charles, b. August 10, 1967, and Michele Lee, b. September 30, 1969. Chris was divorced in 1984 or 1985. Michael Charles, b.  October 25, 1945 in Victoria, BC. He and Diane Boele, an American, have a son

       Jesse, b.  July 31, 1981,  in Surrey, BC.  And a daughter Carissa Marie b. September 2, 1989

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, 3   -Eva Hazel, b. March25, 1920, died August 16, 1994 in Kamloops, BC. There was a funeral service with full military honors. (All 3 of Hubert and Gertrude's children were born at home on the farm in the Gravelbourge, Saskatchewan area.) Hazel was an expert swimmer and saved a man from drowning in Cordova Bay, and later two twin boys at Langford Lake on Vancouver Island. Displaying the same courage, she later shot a bear which was attacking a calf on a ranch where she worked as housekeeper. She served in the Canadian WACs in W.W. II. Later she went through a marriage ceremony with an Eastern Canadian, Dave Treen. Later it was found out that the Justice of the Peace in Duncan, BC, where they were married, had let his license expire. Due to many factors, Hazel did not wish to go through another ceremony, but instead left Dave

 

 

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in spite of having a child by him. Her daughter, Millie Elizabeth, was born at Victoria, BC on March23, 1952. Millie wed Terence Price at Quesnel, BC in 1971. Their daughter Teresa, b. 1972 now (in 1994) has 2 children, a daughter and a son. They also had a son Michael in 1974. Millie divorced Terry and married DeWayne Spink. They live in Chase, BC, as did her mother and her step-father, Perry Lypps. Hazel and Perry travelled to Quesnel from Ft. St. John to be married in 197?. Millie has a striking resemblance to her aunt, Dorothea (Dorrie) Jacques.

-Hetty Elizabeth, b. August 25, 1926 at Sec. 24, Tp. 19, Rge 4, W.3, Saskatchewan. Wed February 5, 1945 to Nicholas Diakiw of Vernon, BC (born November 2, 1916 at Sec. 28, Tp. 25, Rge. 5, W.2 in the Yorkton area of Saskatchewan.) He served in the Canadian Army during W.W. II. They lived at Bouchie Lake in the Quesnel area until Nick died in 1984. Hetty later sold the house and moved into town. Their children are: DonnaElizabeth, b. June 8, 1947, in Nanaimo, BC, wed Lothar Schaus July 3, 1965. They have two sons. William Nicholas (Bill), b. May 29, 1969 in Ft. St. John, BC. Nicholas Wilfred ~ick), b. June 1, 1971 in Prince George, BC, married Gloria Roberts July 30, 1994. Nick has two sons, Nicholas Adrian (Nicki), b. August 29, 1994, and Taylor James (T.J.), b. January 2, 1999. Bill is engaged to be married to D'arcy Brundin on August 5, 2000. Dianne Hazel, b. May 17, 1950 at Alberni, BC. Wed June 29, 1968 to Louis Bronswyk of Abbotsford, BC. (Both Donna and Dianne were married in Quesnel, BC.) Dianne's sons are: Bryan, b. May 5, 1974 in Burnaby, BC, and Jason, b. August 7, 1976 in Surrey, BC. Dianne later divorced Louis and married George Wiles in 1998. Though living in Surrey, they were married in Quesnel. ~ b. March28, 1953 in Quesnel. Wed Elaine Demchuck September 17, 1977 in Quesnel. Their daughter, Nichole Lane was born at Prince George December 16, 1981. Their chosen son Rolly, was born May 1981, and came to them in 1986. Terry and Elaine later divorced. Terry remains single. Richard Paul, b. October 26, 1959 in Quesnel. Wed Amy Arthur, June 4, 1981 at Penticton, BC. Their daughter, Marrissa Emily was born in Penticton January 19, 1982. Richard was divorced in 1987 and wed Bonnie Rollo the same year. They had two sons, Nicholas and Andrew. Richard later was divorced from Bonnie. He is at present living in Youbou, on Vancouver Island.

2. Marguerite, b. June 30, 1885, died August 4, 1886.

3. Walter, b. August 1886. He accompanied Albert Meade and Hubert to Canada and also homesteaded in Saskatchewan. He wed Lillian Dudley, R.N. February 1916, in Moose Jaw, Sask. They later moved to Alberta and farmed near Breton, then sold the farm and bought a hardware store - also selling fuel oil, fire insurance, and acting as a notary public in Breton where he still lives. He is selling his business preparatory to moving into a retirement home in Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Lillian died some years ago. (Walter died in 1979 (?)) Their children were:

-Nellie Margaret, b. October 6, 1916. She married Earl Russell, whom she later divorced. They had one daughter, Joan, b. about 1930, who married Allan Guthrie, a carpenter. They live at Manson's Landing, Cortes Island on the inside passage to Alaska. They have a daughter, Marlene, and a son, Dennis. In 1945 possibly as early as 1942 or 43) Nellie married Frank Barker, a war veteran from Victoria, who has since died. Their children are: Joseph, b. about 1943 (?), who is married to Marg. (?) They have three children, Steven, b. January 1962, a girl Corrine Lynn, b. September 4, 1964, and a baby (name not known). Joe was in the Canadian Air Force for sotne years. Patncia, now Mrs. Wm. Ryan of Victoria, BC. Their sons are Kevin, about 5, and Sean, about 3. David, b. October 1947. Nellie married Karl Hughes of Victoria in about 1970. He was a boat builder. They recently enjoyed a visit to Scotland to see Karl's relatives. Karl died in 1983 or 1984.

-Joseph Walter, b. October 9, 1919. He married first Margerie Sexsmith, and, after he divorced her, Lillian, a lady of Norwegian descent who has attractive twin daughters by a former husband. Joe and Margerie's son Robert Joseph, b. 1943, is now married and lives in Edmonton, Alberta. He works for the telephone company, and has a son Robert Michael.

-Mary Lillian, b. April 14, 1923. She married Mel Guernsey, by whom she had three sons, and a girl who died in infancy. After a divorce, she married Henry Doell, and now lives in Terrace, BC. Her sons names are: Cohn, who is wed and has a child. He is about 26,1 believe. ~, about 22, and a third son whose name I do not have on record.

4. Katherine Elsie, b. February 1889 and died March21, 1889.

S Dorothea Edna, b. May I I, 1890. She wed Ernest Jacques, a young widower, in Se~ember 1920. He was a veteran of WW I. She raised his four children whose Mother was Zoe Stack, of Dublin Ireland. (Their Father was the Reverend Thomas Stack. He taught Greek and Mathematics at Dublin University. His cousin was Sir Wm. Orpen, a portrait painter.) These children were not related by blood to the Meade-Matthews family, but by years of affection and association. My Mother and Father whom they liked (they were the only grandparents the children ever knew), and mothered by Dorrie, as she would have trained and mothered children of her own flesh. These children were:

-Roy Thomas, b. September 22, 1908, wed Elsie Miller (b. 1910) in July of 1935. Roy took high marks in mathematics on graduating from high school and has worked for many years examining and grading lumber at the biggest lumber mill in Canada. Their children are: Carol, b. 1937, who married Kenneth Miller (no relation to her mother) in 1958. They have two lovely girls, Ricky, birthdate unknown, and Lana, b. October 3, 1961.~, b. May 27, 1938, married a swimming champion, Vivian Harper, on April 7, 1962. Bob runs an airfield at Abbotsford, BC. Their children are Lori Lee, b. November 12, 1963, and another daughter and son, whose names and birthdates I do not know.

-Charles Ernest, b. December 1910, wed Margaret Wilson, known as Pearl. Chuck had his own business - installing heaters and air conditioners, but is now an executive with a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Co. He has since retired. He inherited his father's love of music, jokes, and people. Their son, ~ b. June 14, 1939, graduated from University of British Columbia and married Marg. McLeod. They live in Prince George, BC where he teaches high school botany and zoology. They have two girls, Brandi Lee, b. 1970, and Cindy, b. 1971 or 1972.

-Eileen, b. June 1, 1912, wed Kenneth Jeffers, who was an expert on mill machinery and who died in 1970. Their daughters, who inherited their mother's beauty are: Vera, b. June 16, 194?, a trained nurse who wed Robert Morgan, a business executive Her children are Michael, b. September 20, 1963, David, b. March 19, 1964, Christopher, b. May 22, 1970; Dorothy, b. February 19, 1943, wed Robert Lake. They live near New Westminster, BC, and have one enchanting daughter Erin, b. August 4, 1966, and a son Kenneth, b. 1970,

-Nancy Margaret Erica, b. September 20, 1914, wed David Baxter, who had an important job with the telephone company for many years, but who retired recently. They live in Vancouver, BC. Their children are: JaneEileen, b. March 17, 1944. (This was also the birthdate of her grandfather, the Rev. Thos. Stack.); Thomas, b. 1946, also works for the telephone company; and M~~ret Colleen ~oell) b. June 14, 1951 It happened that my son Bud and I were visiting in BC when Colleen was a baby and Bud was very taken with the baby. He said, "Her hair is pure spun carrot." Her hair darkened to a lovely red like her sister Jane and both girls have lovely complections.

6. Evelyn Louise, b. November 15, 1891, wed Richard Pennington Sinkinson on December 29, 1914. Penn was farming in Saskatchewan. He is now 93 and was written about by a Miami, Florida newspaper columnist because of his activity and because he was, as the man said, an example of a gentleman of the old school. Their children are:

- Richard Lionel, b. November 17, 1915, wed Jean Russell November

16, 1940. Their children are: Richard Russell, b. November 4, 1944, married Paulette Werth in Winnipeg, Manitoba on August 1, 1970; Thomas Lionel, b. October 31, 1947; Ronald Douglas, b. November 10, 1952; Myra Jean, b. July 4, 1955. Lionel and Jean now live in Brandon, Manitoba.

- Phyllis Sylvia, b. May 7, 1917. A school teacher who wed John McKenzie December 27, 1965. They live in Victoria, BC. Phyllis taught a class of retarded children for some years, taking this difficult work so seriously it impaired her health. Her doctor advised her to return to teaching normal children. She has a bachelor's degree. She had no children.

- Muriel Rosalie, b. June 15, 1918, wed Norman Phillips on March 13, 1948. Muriel, a tall, lovely girl had heart trouble and died February 1, 1961, very much mourned. Their children are: James Douglas, b. June 18, 1949, who attended the Canadian Naval Academy. He graduated and is now a marine engineer with the Canadian Navy. Cheryl Colleen, b. January 23, 1952, wed Allan Lacharity of Victoria, BC on June 23, 1972.

- Steven Hugh, b. July 8, 1921, wed Rita Margaret McAuley of Prince

Edward Island on December 23, 1943. Stephen enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force and is still in the service having attained the rank of Flight Officer. Their children are: John Stephen b. October 6, 1946. (I believe this son, a graduate of Amhurst, possibly Dalhousie, has or is working toward a doctorate in Physics.)

Donald Alan, b. May 26, 1950, still a student.

- Harold Edward, b. August 26, 1926, wed Margaret Lockridge of Victoria, BC. Harold now runs his father's farm near Gravelbourge, Saskatchewan. Their children are: ~ b. December 17, 1965, and Maureen Frances, b. November 11, 1966 (adopted).

- Brenda Evelyn, b. September 15, 1931, wed July 3, 1951 to David Paterson, an electrical appliance repairman, who operates his own business in Victoria, BC. They have four children: Leslie, b. September 30, 1952, now in college; Hugh Raymond, b. February 23, 1954, also in college; Russell James, b. January 9, 1959, a student; and ElaineEvelyn, b. May 30, 1962, also in school.

7. Clarice Theresa, b. February, 21, 1895, three weeks prior to the death of her father, whom she never knew. She married George Foster, b. about 1880, the son of an English policeman. He came to Canada and homesteaded in Saskatchewan near Hubert arid Walter Baynes. Clarice and George were both killed in an automobile accident together with their eldest son, Robert, on October 27, 1961. Their children were:

- Robert Edward, b. August 1917, who served in the Canadian Air Force in W.W. II. He married Beryl Barbour, a widow. They had no children, though she had a son by her previous husband.

- Dorothy Edna, b. November 1919, wed first to Arleigh Esch, by whom she had one daughter Patricia. (Patricia is married and has a child.) After she divorced Esch, Dorothy married Marshall Kring.

- David, b. September or October, 1918, unmarried.

- Elizabeth Theresa (Betty), b. November 1920, was in the Canadian WACs in W.W. II. She married Victor Bielby, a Canadian sailor, whom she met while overseas, although they had been born within thirty miles of each other in Saskatchewan. Victor retired after years in the Navy with the rank of Chief Petty Officer. After a few months he found he was too young to be idle and now works for the B.C. Ferry Service on boats operating between Vancouver Island and the Mainland. Their children are: Janice, b. 1951 or 1952, who wed Ley Maragozis February 4, 1972. Ley is a restauranteur. They live in Victoria, BC. She is believed divorced and remarried. Maureen, b. 1953, who is engaged to a French-Canadian sailor named Michael Leroux, still in the Canadian Navy. They plan to wed soon. Betty and Victor live in Victoria, BC as does Phyllis McKenzie and John, her sister Brenda Paterson and David and their four children, Cheryl and Alan Lacharity, and Nellie and Karl Hughes. (Since Aunt Stella wrote this Karl has died.) Nellie's daughter, Mrs. Wm. Ryan and her two children also live in Victoria. This gateway to Canada from the Pacific, on Vancouver Island, is a pretty city, with a climate like England's. Since many retired British live there, it has somewhat of an old-world atmosphere.

 

 

George and Doris Donelly, Dorothea Jacques, and her step-sons and daughters live in or near Vancouver, BC. (Aunt Dorrie has since died in 1978 or 1979 and Chuck has moved to the Kooteneys - Christina Lake, I believe.) The climate is pleasant and mild. Albert Meade's grandsons by his son Cedric, who died in 1941 of cancer, and Walter Baynes, his son, and grandson, live in northern Alberta, in or near Edmonton. Uncle Walter died in 1978 or 1979. Other Meades are located in Sacramento and near Los Angeles, California.

 

I am nearing the end of what has been a longer job than I anticipated. It has been interesting, though. It will be about 27 or 28 typed pages and I will have 16 or 17 copies xeroxed and distributed. Several to Canada, three to Australia, three to England, and three here in the USA. I want to thank all those who were kind enough to write and send me information and to apologize for all the errors and omissions, which I am sure have occurred. At first I planned to make a factual tree patterned after those in histories, but found I'd need paper wider than wall paper. Also it would be too unwieldly to insert notes and anecdotes. Each recipient may make corrections and perhaps have copies made for near cousins, if they desire them.

 

When I got this (Uncle Chuck Baynes' copy) to make copies for you, my children, it surprised me that there was so much information. There were some mistakes in our personal family history which I have corrected. Also, I've put in any deaths that I know of. To my knowlege (1987), my Aunt Evelyn still lives in the Salvation Army Home for the Elderly near the home of her daughter Phyllis at Craigflower, Victoria, BC. She is 93 or 94. She is very alert and her memory is good, but she is in a wheel-chair. fier appetite is good, also, as was my Grandmother's (in her 80's), Evelyn's mother, when I knew her a girl. I believe Uncle Chuck has the Baynes family genealogy in a leather bound book my father had as the oldest son. This will, no doubt, be passed on to Mike as the only Baynes descendant of my side of the Baynes family. If he did not have a son the book would have gone to Uncle Walter's son to be passed down. But Mike did have a son, Jesse, so he will in time receive it. I know not everyone is interested in this type of information, but you never know who will be. Perhaps if you do not want this copy, your children will.

Added in 1987 by Hetty Diakiw

 

As I have re-typed this, I have made any changes and additions that I am

aware of.                        Donna Schaus (Diakiw)

   __________________________________________________________________________________________

Generation No. 1

1. JOHN1 BAYNES was born Abt. 1770. He married MARY? HALL November 1, 1793, in Radwinter, Essex.

Children of JOHN BAYNES and MARY? HALL are:
i. THOMAS2 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1790.
ii. SARAH BAYNES, b. 1794.
iii. JOHN BAYNES, b. 1804.

2. iv. JAMES BAYNES, b. Abt. 1808, Radwinter, Essex, England;

 d. September 24, 1887, Takely, Essex, England.
v. JANE BAYNES, b. 1812.
vi. JULIA BAYNES, b. 1815.

Generation No. 2

2. JAMES2 BAYNES (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1808 in Radwinter, Essex, England, and died September 24, 1887 in Takely, Essex, England.

He married ELIZA KIMMENCE December 12, 1840 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

Notes for JAMES BAYNES:
Tenant Farmer
1881 British Census
Dwelling: Grange Farm
Census Place, Takeley, Essex, England

Source: FHL Film 1341437 PRO Ref RG11 Place 1813 Page 14

James Baynes M 73 M Radwinter, Essex, England
Eliza Baynes M 69 F Withersfield, Suffolk, England
William Baynes, U, 36 M, Ashdon, Essex, England
Caroline Willis 16 F, Broxted, Essex, England

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)



James BAYNES ( / /c1808-24/9/1887) Born at Radwinter ESS ;

1851 Census -
James BAYNES aged 43 with wife and family at Ashdon ESS (PRO
HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - James BAYNES farmer of 138 acres aged 73 with wife and son at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137) ; died aged 81 at Takeley ESS (1887/3-Dunmow-4a/320). (Probate 1888)

Notes for ELIZA KIMMENCE:
= Elizabeth KIMMENCE ( / /c1811- / /1881) (mar / /1840) Born at Withersfield SFK ;

 married at Saffron Walden ESS (1840/4-Saffron Walden-12/453) ;

1851 Census -

 Elizabeth BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Ashdon ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census -

Eliza BAYNES aged 69 with husband and son at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137) ;

died Eliza BAYNES aged 70 at Saffron Walden (1881/1-Saffron Walden-4a/314).

Children of JAMES BAYNES and ELIZA KIMMENCE are:

3. i. GEORGE3 BAYNES, b. 1841, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. January 10, 1922, Chelmsford, Essex, England.

4. ii. CHARLES BAYNES, b. 1844, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1935, Dunmow, Essex, England.

5. iii. WILLIAM BAYNES, b. Abt. 1845, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1916.

6. iv. ALFRED BAYNES, b. 1848, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. October 4, 1917, Little Thurlow, Suffolk, England.

v. EDWARD BAYNES, b. 1851, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1899, London City, London, England.



Notes for EDWARD BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Edward BAYNES ( / /1851- / /1899) Born at Ashdon ESS (1851/1-Saffron
Walden-12/267) ; 1851 Census - Edward BAYNES aged 5 months with parents at Ashdon ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; died aged 48 at London City London (1899/3-London City-1c/7) .

7. vi. JOSEPH BAYNES, b. Abt. 1853, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. March 14, 1895, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

Generation No. 3


3. GEORGE3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1841 in Ashdon, Essex, England, and died January 10, 1922 in Chelmsford, Essex, England. He married HARRIET  AMELIA STAINES 1869 in Braintree, Essex, England, daughter of JAMES STAINES and SOPHIA PIPER.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:


Herts & Essex Observer, Jan 14 1922
Tenant Farmer, Essex. Family has newspaper clipping referring to prizes won by George Baynes for his "pigs".
 
"BROXTED"

Death of Mr George Baynes - A wide circle of friends will regreat to learn
of the death of Mr. George Baynes of 64a Springfield road, Chelmsford, which occurred on Tuesday, after only four days illness, from acute bronchitis.
Mr. Baynes, who had reached the advanced age of 80 years had farmed Broxted Hall Farm on the Easton Lodge Estate for nearly 30 years and retired 18 months ago, when he went to reside at Chelmsford. His wife died there on September 26th last. He was a typical Essex farmer, was a well known attendant at the Bishop's Stortford, Saffron Walden, Dunmow and Braintree Markets and was greatly respected in agricultural circles throughout the district. He took great interest in agriculture and stockbreeding generally,
was a noted breeder of Essex pigs, and acted as Judge of Essex Pigs at
various shows in the county, of poultry at Bishop Stortford Christmas
Market, and of cattle and poultry at Dunmow Christmas Market. He leaves a
family of three sons and three daughters....He was a son of the late Mr.
James Baynes and brother of the late Mr. William Baynes of Takely Grange.
The funeral is arranged to take place at Takeley Church today, (Saturday) at
3 O'clock

From Family Tree: George Baynes 2000

George BAYNES ( / /1841-10/1/1922) Born at Ashdon ESS (1841/4-Saffron
Walden-12/202) ; 1851 Census - George BAYNES aged 9 with parents at Ashdon
ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - George BAYNES farm bailiff aged 39
with wife and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died
aged 80 at Chelmsford ESS (1922/1-Chelmsford-4a/930). (Probate 1922)

= Harriett Amelia STAINES (15/2/1842- / /1921) (mar / /1869) Born at Takeley
ESS ; married at Braintree ESS (1869/4-Braintree-4a/635) ; 1881 Census -
Harriett BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS
(PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died aged 79 at Chelmsford ESS
(1921/3-Chelmsford-4a/505).





Notes for HARRIET AMELIA STAINES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Harriett Amelia STAINES (15/2/1842- / /1921) (mar / /1869) Born at Takeley
ESS ; married at Braintree ESS (1869/4-Braintree-4a/635) ; 1881 Census -
Harriett BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS
(PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died aged 79 at Chelmsford ESS
(1921/3-Chelmsford-4a/505).



Children of GEORGE BAYNES and HARRIET STAINES are:

8. i. EDGAR GEORGE4 BAYNES, b. September 13, 1870, Bocking, Essex, England;
d. November 5, 1956, Vancouver, B.C..

ii. JAMES BAYNES, b. 1871, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1947, Epping, Essex,
England; m. JESSICA SPICER, Abt. 1895, Braintree, Essex, England.

Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

Hare Street Farm, Great Parndon (1922)

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

James BAYNES ( / /1872- / /1947) Born at Bocking ESS
(1872/1-Braintree-4a/399) ; 1881 Census - James BAYNES aged 9 with parents
at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101)





Notes for JESSICA SPICER:

Note from Edgar George Baynes to Margaret Anderson (Baynes) Cannon, circa
1950 " Mr and Mrs. Richard H. Cane (Florrie Spicer) (Auntie Jessie's Sister)
"Crofton" Kinnear Road, Inverlieth, Edinburgh. telephone 84885, 3 miles from
Edinburgh. Thier daughter Freda Cane trained as a nurse in Edinburgh, now
assisting on a poultry farm. Addres c/o Mrs. F.M. Scott, Kirkhope, Ettrick,
Selkirkshire, Scotland. E.G. Baynes commented that both senior Canes were
now "old and feeble". EGB would have been supply names addresses to Margaret
in anticipation of she and Harry going there in 1950.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Jessica SPICER ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1895) Born at ? () ; married at
Braintree ESS (1895/1-Braintree-4a/617) ; died at ? () .





iii. ALFRED JOSEPH BAYNES, b. 1873, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1898.

Notes for ALFRED JOSEPH BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Alfred Joseph BAYNES ( / /1873- / / ) Born at Bocking ESS
(1873/3-Braintree-4a/386) ; 1881 Census - Alfred J BAYNES aged 7 with
parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;





iv. KATE AMELIA BAYNES, b. January 11, 1875, Stisted, Essex, England; d.
January 9, 1953, Vancouver, B.C.; m. GEORGE CLIFFORD, 1921.

Notes for KATE AMELIA BAYNES:

Name: KATE AMELIA CLIFFORD Event Date: 1953 1 9 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 77 Gender:
Female Event Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1953-09-001183B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13214 GSU Microfilm Number: 2032863

Kate's husband's death certificate, signed by her brother-in-law, John
Clifford, gives her name maiden name as Katherine Baynes. Kate's death
certificate, signed by her brother lists her as "Kate Amelia". The death
certificate information has it that Kate was in BC for 45 years prior to her
death (since 1908) and in Vancouver since 1918. This is not the same as the
information supplied by her brother-in-law on her husband, George's death
certificate.

At the time of her father's death, in 1922, her father's obituary gave her
address as Regina.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Kate Amelia BAYNES ( / /1875-9/1/1953) Born at Stisted ESS
(1875/1-Braintree-4a/411) ; 1881 Census - Kate A BAYNES aged 6 with parents
at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;





Notes for GEORGE CLIFFORD:

Sergeant, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Last Worked 1935. Lived in
Vancouver 13 yrs prior to death (Since 1935), in Canada 37 years (since
1911). With RCMP 23 years (since 1912).....information supplied by brother,
John Clifford on George's death certificate.

2775 Courtenay Street, Vancouver.



v. HETTY SELINA BAYNES, b. September 20, 1876, Stisted, Essex, England; d.
November 5, 1966, Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for HETTY SELINA BAYNES:

Was a nurse.

Name: HETTY BAYNESEvent Date: 1966 11 5 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 89Gender:
FemaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1966-09-014199B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13280 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033856

Address in 1922 at the time of her Father's death was given as Chelmsford,
Essex.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Hetty Selina BAYNES ( / /1876- / / ) Born at Stisted ESS
(1876/4-Braintree-4a/419) ; 1881 Census - Ellen S BAYNES aged 4 with parents
at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;





vi. LILA BAYNES, b. 1878, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1930; m. FRAUWEISS,
Budapest.

Notes for LILA BAYNES:

At the time of her father's death, in 1922, Lila was listed in her father's
obituary as Mrs. Frauweiss of Vienna.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Eliza BAYNES ( / /1878- / / ) Born at Stisted ESS (1878/3-Braintree-4a/413)
; 1881 Census - Eliza BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS
(PRO RG11/1806/f101)





9. vii. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1885, Essex, England; d. 1965.

4. CHARLES3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1844 in Ashdon, Essex, England,
and died 1935 in Dunmow, Essex, England. He married AMELIA.

Notes for CHARLES BAYNES:

1881 British Census

Dwelling: Coopers Road, Colchester Hall Farm House

Census Place, Takeley, Essex, England

FHL Film 1341437 PRO Ref RG11 Place 1813 Folio 124 Page11

Charles Baynes, M, 37, M, Ashdon, Essex, England

Amelia Baynes, M. 34, M, Withersfield, Suffolk, England

John Baynes, 5, M, Takeley, Essex, England

George Baynes, 4, M, Takeley, Essex, England

Joseph Baynes, 2, M, Takeley, Essex, England

Emma Baynes, 1, F, Takeley, Essex, England

Thomas Baynes 10m, M, Takeley, Essex, England

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Charles BAYNES ( / /1844- / /1935) Born at Ashdon ESS (1844/1-Saffron
Walden-12/251) ; 1851 Census - Charles BAYNES aged 5 with parents at Ashdon
ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Charles BAYNES farmer of 120 acres
aged 37 with wife and family at Coopers Road Colchester Hall Farm House
Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124) ; died aged 91 at Dunmow ESS
(1935/2-Dunmow-4a/913) .





Notes for AMELIA:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Amelia ( / /c1837- / /1883) (mar / / ) Born at Withersfield SFK ; married at
? () ; 1881 Census - Amelia BAYNES aged 44 with husband and family at
Coopers Road Colchester Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124) ;
died aged 46 at Dunmow ESS (1883/2-Dunmow-4a/307) .



Children of CHARLES BAYNES and AMELIA are:

i. JOHN4 BAYNES, b. 1875, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for JOHN BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

John BAYNES ( / /1875- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1875/4-Dunmow-4a/412) ;
1881 Census - John BAYNES aged 5 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





ii. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1876, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

George BAYNES ( / /1876- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1876/4-Dunmow-4a/433) ;
1881 Census - George BAYNES aged 4 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





iii. JOSEPH BAYNES, b. 1878, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Joseph BAYNES ( / /1878- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1878/2-Dunmow-4a/481) ;
1881 Census - Joseph BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





iv. EMMA BAYNES, b. 1879, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for EMMA BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Emma BAYNES ( / /1879- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1879/2-Dunmow-4a/482) ;
1881 Census - Emma BAYNES aged 1 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





v. THOMAS BAYNES, b. 1880, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for THOMAS BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Thomas BAYNES ( / /1880- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1880/2-Dunmow-4a/507) ;
1881 Census - Thomas BAYNES aged 10 mths with parents at Coopers Road
Colchester Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)







5. WILLIAM3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1845 in Ashdon, Essex,
England, and died 1916.

Notes for WILLIAM BAYNES:

In his brother George's obituary, 1922. William is listed as the late
William Baynes of Takely Grange. William appears as a resident at Takely
Grange in the 1881 Census of England. His father, James Baynes is listed as
the head of family.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

William BAYNES ( / /c1845- / / ) Born at Ashdon ESS () ; 1881 Census -
William BAYNES aged 36 with parents at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO
RG11/1813/f137)





Child of WILLIAM BAYNES is:

10. i. JAMES4 BAYNES, b. 1887; d. 1983.

6. ALFRED3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1848 in Ashdon, Essex, England,
and died October 4, 1917 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, England. He married
JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE.

Notes for ALFRED BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Alfred BAYNES ( / /1848-4/10/1917) Born at Arden? ESS (1848/3-Saffron
Walden-12/235) ; 1851 Census - Alphred BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Ashdon
ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Alfred BAYNES harness maker aged
34 with wife and family at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ;
died a saddler aged 69 at Little Thurlow SFK (1917/4-Risbridge-4a/837) .
(Probate 1917)





Notes for JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Jane ( / /c1849- / / ) (mar / / ) Born at Bartlow CAM ; married at ? ; 1881
Census - Jane BAYNES aged 32 with husband and family at Street Little
Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE are:

i. HETTY4 BAYNES, b. 1872, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for HETTY BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Hetty BAYNES ( / /1872- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1872/3-Risbridge-4a/454) ; 1881 Census - Hetty BAYNES aged 8 with parents
at Street Little Thurlow SFK





11. ii. WILLIAM JAMES BAYNES, b. 1873, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

12. iii. ARTHUR BAYNES, b. March 4, 1875, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d.
September 16, 1956, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.

iv. ELIZA DORCAS BAYNES, b. 1878, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1878,
Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ELIZA DORCAS BAYNES:

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Eliza Dorcas BAYNES ( /11/1878- / /1878) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1878/4-Risbridge-4a/513) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK
(1878/4-Risbridge-4a/304) .





v. CHRISTOPHER BAYNES, b. 1880, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1884,
Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER BAYNES:

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000





vi. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1883, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1883, Risbridge,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

George BAYNES ( /3/1883- / /1883) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1883/1-Risbridge-4a/593) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK
(1883/1-Risbridge-4a/337) .





vii. ALICE BAYNES, b. 1886, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1886, Risbridge,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for ALICE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Alice BAYNES ( /2/1886- / /1886) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1886/1-Risbridge-4a/652) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK
(1886/1-Risbridge-4a/419) .





viii. ADA JANE BAYNES, b. 1887, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; m. ARTHUR
KETRIDGE, 1909, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ADA JANE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

3 Ada Jane BAYNES ( /3/1877- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1877/1-Risbridge-4a/518) ; 1881 Census - Ada Jane BAYNES aged 4 with
parents at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; died at ? .





Notes for ARTHUR KETRIDGE:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes

Arthur KETRIDGE ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1909) Born at ? ; married at Risbridge
SFK (1909/3-Risbridge-4a/1681) ; died at ? .



13. ix. ALFRED EDWARD BAYNES, b. 1887, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. Bef.
1987, England.

14. x. EDGAR CHARLES BAYNES, b. 1889, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1957,
Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, England.

7. JOSEPH3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1853 in Ashdon, Essex,
England, and died March 14, 1895 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex1. He married
EMMA MATTHEWS February 8, 1883 in West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England.

Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES:

Will registered in probate index, 1895, Draper of Sunbury, Middlesex

1881 British Census:

Dwelling: Market Place

Census Place: Newbury, Berkshire, England

Source: FHL Film 1341309 PRO REF RG11 Piece 1269 Folio 108 Page 131

John Burgess U 49 M Barley, Hertford, England

Rel: Head

Occ: Draper & Clothier Empl 8 Men

...

Joseph Baynes U 27 M Ashdon, Essex, England

Rel: Serv

Occ: Drapers Assistant

(plus 7 others)

Joseph's future wife, Emma Matthews worked as a draper's assistant in an
adjacent establishment in Newbury, Berkshire.





Notes for EMMA MATTHEWS:

1881 British Census

Dwelling: Market Place

Census Place: Newbury, Berkshire, England

Source: FHL Film 1341309 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1270 Folio 22 Page 10

Tryphena Matthews U 25 F West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England

Rel: Head

Occ: Milliner, Head & C To A Jackson Drapers.

Emma Matthews U 21 F West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England

Rel: Assistant

Occ: Drapers assistant

and 8 others,

The occupants of this dwelling are all unmarried females ranging in age
between 19 and 25. It is probable that Tryphena and Emma Matthews are
related. It may be that Emma Matthews and Joseph Baynes, her future husband,
are working for the same firm, located at Market Place in Newbury,
Berkshire, and that the firm maintains separate residences for men and
women.

In 1897, two years following Joseph's death, Emma remarried. Around 1905,
she and Albert Mead, her second husband, and their family migrated to
Canada, settling first in Winnepeg and later homesteading in Saskatchewan.
Emma had children by Albert.



Marriage Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES and EMMA MATTHEWS:

Marriage performed by Rev. G.A. Vander Meulen, at the parish church, West
Knoyle Wiltshire



Children of JOSEPH BAYNES and EMMA MATTHEWS are:

15. i. HUBERT GEORGE4 BAYNES, b. January 28, 1884, Sunbury- on-Thames,
Middlesex, England; d. January 4, 1967, Prince George, BC, Canada.

ii. MARGUERITE BAYNES, b. June 30, 1885, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
August 4, 1886, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

16. iii. WALTER BAYNES, b. August 1886, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
January 14, 1980, Breton, Alberta, Canada.

iv. KATHERINE ELSIE BAYNES, b. February 1889, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
March 21, 1889, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

v. DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNES, b. May 11, 1890, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
1979; m. ERNEST CHARLES JACQUES, September 29, 1920, Sapperton, B.C..

Notes for DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNES:

Raised the four children of Ernest Jacques from his first marriage.
According to the Meade-Matthews Genealogy, there was a very strong and
positive relationship between the children, Dorothea and the rest of the
Meade and Baynes families in Canada.





Notes for ERNEST CHARLES JACQUES:

Name: ERNEST CHARLES JACQUESEvent Date: 1966 12 18 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 81Gender:
MaleEvent Place: NEW WESTMINSTER Reg. Number: 1966-09-016460B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13281 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033857

WWI Veteran, married Dorothea Baynes following the death of his first wife,
Zoe Stack of Dublin, Ireland



Marriage Notes for DOROTHEA BAYNES and ERNEST JACQUES:

Groom Name: ERNEST CHARLES JACQUESBride Name: DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNESEvent
Date: 1920 9 29 (Yr/Mo/Day)Event Place: SAPPERTON Reg. Number:
1920-09-219476B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B12905 GSU Microfilm Number:
2032874



17. vi. EVELYN LOUISE BAYNES, b. November 15, 1891, Sunbury, Middlesex,
Essex; d. Victoria, BC, Canada.

18. vii. CLARICE THERESA BAYNES, b. February 21, 1895, Sunbury, Middlesex,
Essex; d. October 27, 1961, Canada.



Generation No. 4


8. EDGAR GEORGE4 BAYNES (GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 13, 1870
in Bocking, Essex, England, and died November 5, 1956 in Vancouver, B.C.. He
married MARGARET ANDERSON MCALPINE April 15, 1899 in Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES:

Arrived in teens from England with Uncle Franklin; was trained as carpenter
and worked in construction in Vancouver before establishing his own company
with W. Horie.

First contract included construction of lighthouse at the entrance to
Naniamo Harbour.

Named "Good Citizen of Year" in Vancouver (1944) for services to community.

Kluckner, Micheal, "Vanishing Vancouver", Whitecap Books Ltd, Vancouver,
1990, pp 23

"Edgar George Baynes, (1870-1956) was born in Bocking, Essex, apprenticed to
a builder there at the age of 14, came to Vancouver when he was nineteen and
was one of the first homesteaders in the Squamish River Valley, then
organized his partnership wim W.M Horie two years later in 1891...Their
firm, Baynes and Horie also completed a number of major paving contracts and
was carried on after the founders retirement by their two sons.

During the year that his firm was building the Craftsman house illustrated
here (1912) Baynes was building the Hotel Grosvenor on Howe Street...which
he both owned and operated. ..He was a member of the Vancouver Parks
Commission from 1924 until 1940, and was Vancouver's "Good Citizen" of
1944...

Baynes's own house at 1200 West Broadway was something of a landmark until
its recent demolition (1987)..."

Note, the Baynes family home was given to the YWCA by Margaret McAlpine
Baynes after the death of E.G. Baynes with the proviso that it not be sold
until twenty years after her death. The property was sold, and the house
demolished in 1987. During the YMCA occupancy, the house served as an Indian
Social Centre, as a Centre for Hungarian Refugees, and as a Woman's Shelter.

Kluckner's book also contains a photograph and article on the Hotel
Grosvenor, 840 Howe Street. (pp 39).

The Hotel Grosvenor was demolished in 1983.

Kluckner, Micheal, "Vancouver, The Way It Was", Whitecap Books, 1984, also
contains photographs showing the Hotel Grosvenor, pp47, 114,

Name: EDGAR GEORGE BAYNESEvent Date: 1956 11 5 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 85Gender:
MaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1956-09-012004B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13230 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033146

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000):

Edgar George BAYNES ( / /1870- / / ) Born at Bocking ESS
(1870/3-Braintree-4a/408) ; 1881 Census - Edgar G BAYNES aged 10 with
parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101)



More About EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES:

Fact 1: 1891, Partner, Baynes and Horie Construction

Fact 2: Partner, Port Haney Brick and Tile Co.

Fact 3: 1912-1957, Owner/MGr. Hotel Grosvenor, 1912-1957

Fact 4: Parks Commissioner, City of Vancouver

Fact 5: 1944, "Good Citizen", Vancouver, 1944

Fact 6: Life Member: BCAA, PNE

Fact 7: Peoples Warden, Holy Trinitiy Anglican Church, Vancouver

Fact 8: Owner, operator, Douglas Lodge, Fort St. James, B.C.

Notes for MARGARET ANDERSON MCALPINE:

Name: MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNESEvent Date: 1967 8 30 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age:
93Gender: FemaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1967-09-011167B.C.
Archives Microfilm Number: B13285 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033929



Marriage Notes for EDGAR BAYNES and MARGARET MCALPINE:

Married at First Presbyterian Church in Vancouver. This church is now First
United. Margaret was given away by her Charles Woodward, the founder of the
Woodward Department Stores, who was a family friend, and whose deceased
wife, was a distant relative on the " Anderson" side of the family. Lily
McAlpine, Margaret's mother, looked after Charles Woodward's children when
he moved to Vancouver to set up business. Charles' children remained life
long friends of Margaret and her husband, Edgar George Baynes.

1

Groom Name: EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES

Bride Name: MARGARET ANDERSO MCALPIN

Event Date: 1899 4 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)

Event Place: VANCOUVER

Reg. Number: 1899-09-227593

B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B12906 GSU Microfilm Number: 2032869



Children of EDGAR BAYNES and MARGARET MCALPINE are:

19. i. DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, b. February 16, 1903, Vancouver, B.C.; d.
December 30, 1989, Summerland, B.C..

20. ii. JEAN HETTY BAYNES, b. October 22, 1904, Vancouver, B.C.; d. 1995,
Vancouver, B.C..

21. iii. GEORGE EDGAR BAYNES, b. March 1, 1907, Vancouver, B.C..

22. iv. MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES, b. October 23, 1909, Vancouver, B.C.; d.
1990, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

9. GEORGE4 BAYNES (GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1885 in Essex, England,
and died 1965. He married (1) MABEL KING. He married (2) EDITH CHAPMAN.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

Priors Hall, Lindsell, Essex, 1922

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

George BAYNES ( / /1885- / /1965 ) Born at ? (1885/2-Braintree-4a/528)





Child of GEORGE BAYNES and MABEL KING is:

23. i. JEAN5 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1925.

Children of GEORGE BAYNES and EDITH CHAPMAN are:

ii. ROBERTA5 BAYNES, b. 1919, England; m. ERIC TOBITT.

Notes for ROBERTA BAYNES:

Letter to Robert Cannon from Jane Woolliams, Feb 2000. The luncheon took
place in 1999 when Jane and her daughter visited England for a Woolliams
reunion.

"this is just a quick note to say that Deirdre and I were treated to a very
nice lunch in a neighbouring pub by Bobbie and Eric Tobbit in Reading when
we were in England. Bobbie is the daughter of Grandfather's youngest brother
and is the spitting image of Aunt Hettie, hairdo and all, except that she is
more petite. I did get one photo of them. Before Deirdre arrived, I also had
lunch with her brother and family in Feering, Essex. He has a 'Baynes' look
about him."





iii. WILLIAM BAYNES, b. 1921, Coggeshall, England; m. JESSICA.

Notes for WILLIAM BAYNES:

A note (1950) from Edgar George Baynes to his daughter, Margaret Anderson
(Baynes) Cannon says that:

Mr. and Mrs. Geo Baynes, Domesay Farm, Feering, Kelvedon, Colchester, Essex
have a daughter:

Jessie who is married to Mr. Eric Tobit of 4 Aberley House, Worcester Road,
Malvern Worcs.

and a son:

Bill Baynes, age 26, who is a good farm worker near home.







10. JAMES4 BAYNES (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1887, and died 1983.

Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

Cranbrook





Children of JAMES BAYNES are:

24. i. FRANK5 BAYNES, b. 1928.

ii. BETTY BAYNES, b. 1933.

11. WILLIAM JAMES4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1873 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England. He married WILLSWIFE CAMP 1906 in Risbridge,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for WILLIAM JAMES BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

William James BAYNES ( /11/1873- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1873/4-Risbridge-4a/427) ; 1881 Census - William James BAYNES aged 7 with
parents at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; a saddler c1917





Notes for WILLSWIFE CAMP:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

CAMP ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1906) Born at ? ; married at Risbridge SFK
(1906/2-Risbridge-4a/1535)



Children of WILLIAM BAYNES and WILLSWIFE CAMP are:

i. KATHLEEN5 BAYNES, b. 1912, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England; m.
KATBAYNESHUSB CAMP, 1938, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Kathleen A BAYNES ( / /1912- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1912/4-Bishops Stortford-3a/1414)





Marriage Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES and KATBAYNESHUSB CAMP:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

CAMP ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1938) Born at ? () ; married at Bishops
Stortford, HRT (1938/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/2965)



ii. WILLIAM J. BAYNES, b. 1917, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for WILLIAM J. BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

William J BAYNES ( / /1917- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1917/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1129)







12. ARTHUR4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 4, 1875 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died September 16, 1956 in Sudbury,
Suffolk, England. He married CARRIE BIRD.

Notes for ARTHUR BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Arthur BAYNES (4/3/1875-16/9/1956) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1875/2-Risbridge-4a/475) ; 1881 Census - Arthur BAYNES aged 6 with parents
at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; a saddler c1917 ; died
aged 81 at Sudbury SFK (1956/3-Sudbury-4a/802) .





Notes for CARRIE BIRD:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Carrie BIRD (18/4/1878-11/5/1933) (mar / / ) Born at ? daughter of Edmund
and Maria () ;



Children of ARTHUR BAYNES and CARRIE BIRD are:

25. i. ALFRED EDMUND5 BAYNES, b. June 14, 1905, Risbridge, Suffolk, England;
d. October 5, 1979, England.

ii. HETTY MARGARET BAYNES, b. September 17, 1909, Risbridge, Suffolk,
England; d. December 20, 1985, Southhampton, Hampshire, England; m. JOHN
THOMAS SCRIVENER, July 29, 1933, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for HETTY MARGARET BAYNES:

Hetty Margaret BAYNES (17/9/1909-20/12/1985) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1909/4-Risbridge-4a/860)





Notes for JOHN THOMAS SCRIVENER:

John Thomas SCRIVENER (4/8/1907-8/4/1971) (mar 29/7/1933) Born at ? () ;
married at Risbridge, SFK (1933/3-Risbridge-4a/2717



iii. EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES, b. June 6, 1911, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

26. iv. KATHLEEN MARY BAYNES, b. January 27, 1913, Risbridge, Suffolk,
England; d. September 21, 1977, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

13. ALFRED EDWARD4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1887 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died Bef. 1987 in England. He married DAISY
CAWCUTT 1916 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for ALFRED EDWARD BAYNES:

Alfred Edward BAYNES ( /2/1887- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1887/2-Risbridge-4a/651





Notes for DAISY CAWCUTT:

Daisy CAWCUTT ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1916) Born at ? () ; married at Bishops
Stortford, HRT (1916/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1465)



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and DAISY CAWCUTT are:

i. DAISY H.5 BAYNES, b. 1917, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England; m.
WILLIAM NUNN, 1941, Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

Notes for DAISY H. BAYNES:

Daisy H BAYNES ( / /1917- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1917/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1137)





Notes for WILLIAM NUNN:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

William J NUNN ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1941) Born at ? () ; married at Safforn
Walden, ESS (1941/3-Saffron Walden-4a/3059)



27. ii. ALFRED SPENCER BAYNES, b. 1919, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire,
England.

iii. BETTY N BAYNES, b. 1921, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for BETTY N BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Betty N BAYNES ( / /1921- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1921/1-Bishops Stortford-3a/1352)





iv. KATHLEEN BAYNES, b. 1923, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Kathleen BAYNES ( / /1923- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1923/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1282)





v. ROY BAYNES, b. 1931, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for ROY BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by Roy Baynes

Roy BAYNES ( / /1931- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT (1931/4-Bishops
Stortford-3a/1185)







14. EDGAR CHARLES4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1889 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died 1957 in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire,
England. He married ELIZA PAYNE 1917 in Hammersmith, London, England.

Notes for EDGAR CHARLES BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes

Edgar Charles BAYNES ( /9/1889- / /1957) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1889/3-Risbridge-4a/634) ; died aged 68 at Newmarket CAM
(1957/4-Newmarket-4b/1080) .





Child of EDGAR BAYNES and ELIZA PAYNE is:

i. EDITH H.5 BAYNES, b. 1919, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for EDITH H. BAYNES:

Edith H BAYNES ( / /1918- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1918/3-Risbridge-4a/1177)







15. HUBERT GEORGE4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 28, 1884
in Sunbury- on-Thames, Middlesex, England, and died January 4, 1967 in
Prince George, BC, Canada2. He married GERTRUDE VICTORIA SCHOFIELD May 1915
in Gravelburg, Saskatchewan, Canada.
All the children were born on the family farm; Sec. 24, Tp. 19, Rge.4, W.3, near Palmer Saskatchewan

Notes for HUBERT GEORGE BAYNES,

Known as Jim, had a general store, with ESSO gas pumps, and cabins, near Langford BC. Till the early 60's

Children of HUBERT BAYNES and GERTRUDE SCHOFIELD are:

28. i. CHARLES HUBERT5 BAYNES, b. August 28, 1916, Palmer, SK, Canada.

29. ii. EVA HAZEL BAYNES, b. March 23, 1920, Palmer, SK, Canada; d. August
16, 1994, Kamloops, BC, Canada.

30. iii. HETTY ELIZABETH BAYNES, b. August 25, 1926, Palmer, SK, Canada.

16. WALTER4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 1886 in Sunbury,
Middlesex, Essex, and died January 14, 1980 in Breton, Alberta, Canada. He
married LILLIAN DUDLEY 1916 in Moose Jaw, Sask, Canada.

Notes for WALTER BAYNES:

Homesteaded in Saskatchewan; farmed near Breton, AB, Canada; bought and ran
hardware store and acted as notary public in Breton; retired to Weaskiwin,
AB





Notes for LILLIAN DUDLEY:

R.N.



Children of WALTER BAYNES and LILLIAN DUDLEY are:

31. i. NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, b. October 6, 1916, Canada.

32. ii. JOSEPH WALTER BAYNES, b. October 9, 1919, Canada.

33. iii. MARY LILLIAN BAYNES, b. April 14, 1923, Canada.

17. EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born November 15,
1891 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex, and died in Victoria, BC, Canada. She
married RICHARD PENNINGTON SINKINSON December 29, 1914 in Canada.



Children of EVELYN BAYNES and RICHARD SINKINSON are:

34. i. RICHARD LIONEL5 SINKINSON, b. November 17, 1915, Canada.

ii. PHYLIS SYLVIA SINKINSON, b. May 7, 1917; m. JOHN MCKENZIE, December 27,
1965.

Notes for PHYLIS SYLVIA SINKINSON:

School teacher, worked with retarded children





35. iii. MURIEL ROSALIE SINKINSON, b. June 15, 1918; d. February 1, 1961.

36. iv. STEVEN HUGH SINKINSON, b. July 8, 1921.

37. v. HAROLD EDWARD SINKINSON, b. August 26, 1926.

38. vi. BRENDA EVELYN SINKINSON, b. September 15, 1931.

18. CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 21,
1895 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex, and died October 27, 1961 in Canada. She
married GEORGE FOSTER.



Notes for GEORGE FOSTER:

Son of an English Policeman, homesteaded in Saskatchewan near Hubert and
Walter Baynes, killed in an automobile accident along with their son,
Robert.



Children of CLARICE BAYNES and GEORGE FOSTER are:

i. ROBERT EDWARD5 FOSTER, b. 1917; d. October 27, 1961; m. BERYL BARBOUR.

Notes for ROBERT EDWARD FOSTER:

In RCAF in WWII; died in an automobile accident with his parents in 1961





Notes for BERYL BARBOUR:

Widow with one son from previous marriage



ii. DAVID FOSTER, b. 1918.

39. iii. DOROTHY EDNA FOSTER, b. 1919.

40. iv. ELIZABETH THERESA FOSTER, b. 1920, Saskatchewan.



Generation No. 5


19. DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
February 16, 1903 in Vancouver, B.C., and died December 30, 1989 in
Summerland, B.C.. She married GEORGE EWART WOOLLIAMS.

Notes for DORIS LILIAN BAYNES:

Graduate, UBC, (Great Trekker).;and U of T. (Social Work?)





Notes for GEORGE EWART WOOLLIAMS:

Plant Pathologist, Summerland Research Station, Summerland B.C. declined PHD
when research similar to that done on his thesis was published before its
publication.

According to Neil Woolliams, his dad was known as "George" until he entered
school at age 9. Evidently he was teased so unmercifully as "Georgie
Porgie.." that his mother at that moment decided to have him go by his
second name, Ewart. He was known as Ewart Woolliams, ever after.



Children of DORIS BAYNES and GEORGE WOOLLIAMS are:

41. i. JANE MCCARROL6 WOOLLIAMS, b. August 24, 1934.

42. ii. EWART NEIL WOOLLIAMS, b. April 30, 1938, Summerland, B.C., Canada.

43. iii. EDGAR DAVID HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. October 7, 1942, Summerland, B.C..

20. JEAN HETTY5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
October 22, 1904 in Vancouver, B.C., and died 1995 in Vancouver, B.C.. She
married ALLAN BUTLER KING.

Notes for JEAN HETTY BAYNES:

Suffered from fever during infancy. Reputedly the smartest of the daughters
of E.G. Baynes before being damaged by the fever.





Notes for ALLAN BUTLER KING:

Donna King McCririck..."I tried once to capture his life as I knew
him....all I could write about was our incredible garden, where he grew
probably the largest selection of fruits, vegetables, perennials & annuals
to be found on any 50 foot city in Canada - and all without benefit of a
car!" (e-mail to R.Cannon, June 28, 1998).

Name: ALAN BUTLER KINGEvent Date: 1965 3 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 64Gender:
MaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1965-09-003783B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13271 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033724



Child of JEAN BAYNES and ALLAN KING is:

44. i. DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL6 KING, b. January 27, 1946, Vancouver, B.C..

21. GEORGE EDGAR5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
March 1, 1907 in Vancouver, B.C.. He married JEAN CAMERON CAMERON.

Notes for GEORGE EDGAR BAYNES:

B. Ap. Science (Civil Engineering), UBC.

Past President, UBC Alumnae Assn.

President, Baynes and Manning Construction (B.C. and Alberta)

President, Hotel Grosvenor, Stisted Limited, Port Haney Brick and Tile.

? city councillor, West Vancouver.

Orchardist.





Notes for JEAN CAMERON CAMERON:

teacher, graduate of UBC. Her initial job was in Merritt, BC,

Daughter of a (Presbyterian?) Minister.

Jean, following her marriage to Ted Baynes, had her name legally changed
from Jean Hamilton Baynes to Jean Cameron Baynes.



Children of GEORGE BAYNES and JEAN CAMERON are:

i. DUNCAN CAMERON6 BAYNES, b. December 17, 1936, Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for DUNCAN CAMERON BAYNES:

B. App Sci (Civil Engineering); Engineer, Stelco (Hamilton); D.C. Baynes
Construction (British Columbia); Rancher, Riske Creek, B.C.





45. ii. ELEANOR ANN BAYNES, b. March 31, 1940, Vancouver, B.C..

46. iii. MARGARET RAEBURN BAYNES, b. July 16, 1941, Vancouver, B.C..

47. iv. JEANETTE ETHELWYN BAYNES, b. September 6, 1946, North Vancouver,
B.C..

22. MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was
born October 23, 1909 in Vancouver, B.C., and died 1990 in Abbotsford,
British Columbia. She married HARRY ELMO CANNON September 26 in Vancouver,
B.C..

Notes for MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES:

Member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at UBC.

Very proud of graduating with first class honours in nursing at UBC (1933).
Margaret was left handed and had a difficult time in her early schooling.
She was eventually sent to a school in New Westminster from which she
graduated.

According to the family stories, she met Harry Cannon while cutting his hair
during her practicum year at Vancouver General Hospital.

She was well respected as a manager, and during her university days and
early in her marriage managed the family hunting lodge at Fort St. James
(Douglas Lodge) during the summer months.

Later, for a period of time after her father's death, she served as
President of the Hotel Grosvenor Company, and was much involved in the
renovations that contributed to the Hotel's success during the 1960's and
1970's



More About MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES:

Fact 1: 1933, BSc Honours (Nursing) UBC

Notes for HARRY ELMO CANNON:

M.D., graduate of University of Manitoba. Practiced in Quesnel, B.C.,
(locum) and Blakeburn, B.C., before establishing a practice in Abbotsford,
B.C., in 1938. He pioneered the concept of a Medical Clinic in Abbotsford,
working at first with two other doctors, John McRea and Ken Blanchard. His
idea was to combine specialty services to better serve his patients with a
medical team. In 1950 he went to the University of Edinburgh Medical school
to specialize in surgery. At the time of his retirement, 11 doctors were
members of the "Cannon Clinic", In 1969, Harry was name "Freeman" of the
Municipality of Matsqui, in recognition of his service to the community. He
was the first person to be so honored.



More About HARRY ELMO CANNON:

Fact 1: MD, Graduate of U of Manitoba

Fact 2: First Freeman, District of Matsqui, B.C.

Fact 3: Refused to Accept Queen's Jubilee Silver Medal

Fact 4: Founder, Cannon Clinic, Abbotsford, B.C.

Marriage Notes for MARGARET BAYNES and HARRY CANNON:

Married at Holy Trinity, Anglican Church, at 10 in the morning. The church,
where her father was for many years, People's Warden, was located on Pine
Street in Vancouver, and has subsequently been sold.



Children of MARGARET BAYNES and HARRY CANNON are:

48. i. ROBERT DENISON6 CANNON, b. March 30, 1941, Vancouver, B.C..

49. ii. PETER JOHN CANNON, b. April 17, 1944, Vancouver, B.C..

50. iii. BETTY LOUISE CANNON, b. April 29, 1947, Vancouver, B.C..

23. JEAN5 BAYNES (GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1925. She
married GEORGE OLIVER.



Children of JEAN BAYNES and GEORGE OLIVER are:

i. TED6 OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

ii. GORDON OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

iii. ROBERT OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

24. FRANK5 BAYNES (JAMES4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1928.



Child of FRANK BAYNES is:

i. CHARLOTTE6 BAYNES, b. 1954.

25. ALFRED EDMUND5 BAYNES (ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June
14, 1905 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died October 5, 1979 in
England. He married ALICE KIMMENCE 1927 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ALFRED EDMUND BAYNES:

Alfred Edmund BAYNES (14/5/1905-5/10/1979) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1905/2-Risbridge-4a/894)





Notes for ALICE KIMMENCE:

Alice KIMMENCE (17/3/ -2/5/1980) (mar / /1927) Born at ? () ; married at
Risbridge, SFK (1927/2-Risbridge-4a/2119)



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and ALICE KIMMENCE are:

i. ARTHUR L.6 BAYNES, b. 1927, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ARTHUR L. BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes:

Arthur L BAYNES ( / /1927- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK





ii. MARGARET J. BAYNES, b. 1933, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for MARGARET J. BAYNES:

Margaret J BAYNES ( / /1933- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1933/2-Risbridge-4a/1376)







26. KATHLEEN MARY5 BAYNES (ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January
27, 1913 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died September 21, 1977 in
Leeds, Yorkshire, England. She married LESLIE NUNN 1937 in Haverhill,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for KATHLEEN MARY BAYNES:

Kathleen Mary BAYNES (27/1/1913-21/9/1977) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1913/1-Risbridge-4a/1716)m ; died at ? () ; buried at Haverhill Cemetery ,
Methodist Burial. Very active in church..





Notes for LESLIE NUNN:

Lesley NUNN (3/2/1911-28/10/1955) (mar / /1937) Born at ? () ; married at
Haverhill, SFK (1937/1-Risbridge-4a/1_75) ; died at ? () ; buried at
Haverhill Cemetery .



Child of KATHLEEN BAYNES and LESLIE NUNN is:

51. i. JOHN6 NUNN, b. Aft. 1937, Suffolk, England.

27. ALFRED SPENCER5 BAYNES (ALFRED EDWARD4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
1919 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. He married ALFSWIFE ALLEN
1942 in Crosby, Lancashire, England.

Notes for ALFRED SPENCER BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Alfred Spencer BAYNES ( / /1919- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1919/1-Bishops Stortford-3a/899)





Marriage Notes for ALFRED BAYNES and ALFSWIFE ALLEN:

ALLEN ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1942) Born at ? () ; married at Crosby, LAN
(1942/2-Crosby-8b/1427)



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and ALFSWIFE ALLEN are:

i. ROBIN S6 BAYNES, b. 1945, Crosby, Lancashire, England.

Notes for ROBIN S BAYNES:

Robin S BAYNES ( / /1945/3- / / ) Born at Crosby, LAN (1945/3-Crosby-8b/914)





ii. ALLEN R. BAYNES, b. 1951, North Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

Notes for ALLEN R. BAYNES:

Allen R BAYNES ( / /1951- / / ) Born at North Liverpool, LAN
(1951/3-Liverpool N-10d/167)







28. CHARLES HUBERT5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 28, 1916 in Palmer, SK, Canada.

He married DORIS BURA April 17, 1941 in London England.


Notes for CHARLES BAYNES.

Known as Chuck. He served in the Canadian Army, during W.W.II, and was in England, where he met his future wife.

He retired from the army, RCEME, in 1970, and settled in White Rock, BC, where He and Doris still reside. Feb 2,000


Notes for DORIS BURA:

Father was from Romania and arrived in England on the same ship as Edward G.
Robinson, who became a film star. Father changed the family name from Arub
to Bura when he arrived in England.

**** My Father **** currently resides in White rock BC
=====================================================================
Children of CHARLES BAYNES and DORIS BURA are:

52. i. CHRISTINE VICTORIA6 BAYNES, b. January 20, 1942, Redhill, London,
England.

53. ii. MICHAEL CHARLES BAYNES, b. October 25, 1945, Victoria, BC, Canada.

29. EVA HAZEL5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
March 23, 1920 in Palmer, SK, Canada, and died August 16, 1994 in Kamloops,
BC, Canada. She met (1) DAVID TREEN Aft. 1945 in Duncan, BC, Canada. She
married (2) PERRY LYPPS Abt. 1970 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.

Notes for EVA HAZEL BAYNES:

Expert swimmer and saved a man from drowning in Cordova Bay, and two boys
from drowning in Langford Lake. Later shot a bear attacking a calf on a
ranch where she was working as housekeeper.

Served in WACs during WWII

Buried with full military honors in Kamloops, B.C.





Marriage Notes for EVA BAYNES and DAVID TREEN:

"Married" before Justice of the Peace in Duncan B.C. The J.P. it was
discovered later, had let his licence expire. Hazel used this information to
leave David Treen.



Child of EVA BAYNES and DAVID TREEN is:

54. i. MILLIE ELIZABETH6 TREEN, b. March 23, 1952, Victoria, BC, Canada.

30. HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was
born August 25, 1926 in Palmer, SK, Canada. She married NICHOLAS DIAKIW
February 5, 1945.



Children of HETTY BAYNES and NICHOLAS DIAKIW are:

55. i. DONNA ELIZABETH6 DIAKIW, b. June 8, 1947, Nanaimo, BC, Canada.

56. ii. DIANE HAZEL DIAKIW, b. May 17, 1950, Alberni, BC, Canada.

57. iii. TERRY ARNOLD DIAKIW, b. March 28, 1953, Quesnel, BC, Canada.

iv. RICHARD PAUL DIAKIW, b. October 26, 1959.

31. NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
October 6, 1916 in Canada. She married (1) EARL RUSSELL Abt. 1930. She
married (2) FRANK BARKER Abt. 1943. She married (3) KARL HUGHES Abt. 1970.



Notes for KARL HUGHES:

Boat builder



Child of NELLIE BAYNES and EARL RUSSELL is:

58. i. JOAN6 RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1930, Canada.

Child of NELLIE BAYNES and FRANK BARKER is:

59. ii. JOSEPH6 BARKER, b. Abt. 1943, Canada.

32. JOSEPH WALTER5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October
9, 1919 in Canada. He married (1) MARGERIE SEXSMITH. He married (2) LILLIAN
JOSBAYNESWIFE.



Notes for LILLIAN JOSBAYNESWIFE:

Norwegian, has two daughters by previous marriage



Child of JOSEPH BAYNES and MARGERIE SEXSMITH is:

60. i. ROBERT JOSEPH6 BAYNES, b. 1943, Alberta, Canada.

33. MARY LILLIAN5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April
14, 1923 in Canada. She married (1) MEL GUERNSEY. She married (2) HENRY
DOELL.

Notes for MARY LILLIAN BAYNES:

Living in Terrace, B.C., 1973





Children of MARY BAYNES and MEL GUERNSEY are:

i. COLIN6 GUERNSEY, b. Abt. 1937.

ii. DARYL GUERNSEY, b. Abt. 1939.

iii. THIRDSON GUERNSEY, b. Aft. 1940.

34. RICHARD LIONEL5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2,
JOHN1) was born November 17, 1915 in Canada. He married JEAN RUSSELL
November 16, 1940.

Notes for RICHARD LIONEL SINKINSON:

Living in Brandon, MB, in 1975





Children of RICHARD SINKINSON and JEAN RUSSELL are:

i. RICHARD RUSSELL6 SINKINSON, b. November 4, 1944; m. PAULETTE WERTH,
August 1, 1970, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

ii. THOMAS LIONEL SINKINSON, b. October 31, 1947.

iii. RONALD DOUGLAS SINKINSON, b. November 10, 1952.

iv. MYRA JEAN SINKINSON, b. July 4, 1955.

35. MURIEL ROSALIE5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2,
JOHN1) was born June 15, 1918, and died February 1, 1961. She married NORMAN
FHILLIPS March 13, 1948.



Children of MURIEL SINKINSON and NORMAN FHILLIPS are:

i. JAMES DOUGLAS6 FHILLIPS, b. June 18, 1949.

ii. CHERYL COLLEEN FHILLIPS, b. January 23, 1952; m. ALLAN LACHARITY, June
23, 1972.

36. STEVEN HUGH5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)
was born July 8, 1921. He married RITA MARGARET MCAULEY December 23, 1943.

Notes for STEVEN HUGH SINKINSON:

Flight Officer, RCAF





Children of STEVEN SINKINSON and RITA MCAULEY are:

i. JOHN STEPHEN6 SINKINSON, b. October 6, 1946.

ii. DONALD ALAN SINKINSON, b. May 26, 1950.

37. HAROLD EDWARD5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)
was born August 26, 1926. He married MARGARET LOCKRIDGE.

Notes for HAROLD EDWARD SINKINSON:

Running family farm near Gravelbourge, Saskatchewan in 1973





Children of HAROLD SINKINSON and MARGARET LOCKRIDGE are:

i. MARK STEPHEN6 SINKINSON, b. December 17, 1965.

ii. MAUREEN FRANCES SINKINSON, b. November 11, 1966.

38. BRENDA EVELYN5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)
was born September 15, 1931. She married DAVID PATERSON July 3, 1951.



Notes for DAVID PATERSON:

Electrical Appliance Repairman



Children of BRENDA SINKINSON and DAVID PATERSON are:

i. LESLIE6 PATERSON, b. September 30, 1952.

ii. HUGH RAYMOND PATERSON, b. February 23, 1954.

iii. RUSSELL JAMES PATERSON, b. January 9, 1959.

iv. ELAINE EVELYN PATERSON, b. May 30, 1962.

39. DOROTHY EDNA5 FOSTER (CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)
was born 1919. She married (1) ARLEIGH ESCH. She married (2) MARSHALL KRING.



Child of DOROTHY FOSTER and ARLEIGH ESCH is:

i. PATRICIA6 ESCH.

Notes for PATRICIA ESCH:

In 1970, married with one child







40. ELIZABETH THERESA5 FOSTER (CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2,
JOHN1) was born 1920 in Saskatchewan. She married VICTOR BIELBY.

Notes for ELIZABETH THERESA FOSTER:

In WACs during WWII, met her husband overseas.





Children of ELIZABETH FOSTER and VICTOR BIELBY are:

i. JANICE6 BIELBY, b. Abt. 1951; m. LEY MARAGOZIS, February 4, 1972.

ii. MAUREEN BIELBY, b. 1953.



Generation No. 6


41. JANE MCCARROL6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 24, 1934. She married THOMAS TOMBS in
Summerland, B.C..

Notes for JANE MCCARROL WOOLLIAMS:

B. Home Economics, UBC;

Teacher: BC; Ont; Malawi

Second name, McCarrol, if it had followed the family tradition, should have
been McCarroll.

Regional Co-ordinator for Western Canada for International Exchange Students
(1998)

Adult Supporter, PALS (peer ambassador leadership students)





Children of JANE WOOLLIAMS and THOMAS TOMBS are:

i. ALASTAIR BEVAN7 TOMBS, b. September 18, 1974, Edmonton, Alberta.

Notes for ALASTAIR BEVAN TOMBS:

B.A., University of Alberta; Staff, St. John's School

Assistant Dean of Residence, St. John's School (1998)





ii. SARAH DEIRDRE ESTHER TOMBS, b. March 30, 1977, Edmonton, Alberta.

Notes for SARAH DEIRDRE ESTHER TOMBS:

Student, Humber College, Toronto, Film Studies (1998)







42. EWART NEIL6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 30, 1938 in Summerland, B.C., Canada. He
married (1) NINA GRANT MCGREGOR August 1, 1970 in Summerland, B.C., Canada.
He married (2) DOROTHY CLARKE Abt. 1996 in Victoria, British Columbia.

Notes for EWART NEIL WOOLLIAMS:

B.Com, UBC; Manager, Douglas Lake Cattle, Co.; Owner, Riverglade Pastoral
Company, Walcha Australia; Owner, West Rim Express (trucking) Surrey, B.C.;
President, Canadian Truckers Assn.





Notes for NINA GRANT MCGREGOR:

Physiotherapist; Author "Cattle Ranch - a history of the Douglas Lake Cattle
Co.";

Graduate, Simon Fraser University (Communications and Performing Arts);
Royal Conservatory certificate "Voice" (teaching). Member, Vancouver, Bach
Choir; Has acted in several productions in Australia and British Columbia;
Works for Agriculture Canada as communications consultant.



Notes for DOROTHY CLARKE:

Dorothy was separated from Dr. Noel Chant when she met Neil. She had five
children by Dr Chant. Justin, Jessica, Jennifer, Josie, J?. Dorothy lived in
Victoria, B.C., and had completed teacher training (fine arts) at the
University of Victoria subsequent to her separation.



Marriage Notes for EWART WOOLLIAMS and DOROTHY CLARKE:

See notes on Dorothy Clark. In 1998, Dorothy and Neil had not married, and
maintened separate residences, his in White Rock and hers in Victoria.



Children of EWART WOOLLIAMS and NINA MCGREGOR are:

i. ALUN HALE7 WOOLLIAMS, b. November 1, 1971, Kamloops, B.C.; m. DANA
HAYWARD, 1996, North Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for ALUN HALE WOOLLIAMS:

Graduate, BCIT (Computer Software) Consultant, softwear design,





ii. JESSICA HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. December 28, 1973, Kamloops, B.C..

Notes for JESSICA HALE WOOLLIAMS:

B.A. (UBC) (Urban Planning, and English)





iii. GRANT HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. April 8, 1980, Walcha, Australia.

iv. IAN HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. November 5, 1981, Walcha, Australia.

43. EDGAR DAVID HALE6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4,
GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 7, 1942 in Summerland, B.C.. He
married MAUREEN GAIL HORTON.

Notes for EDGAR DAVID HALE WOOLLIAMS:

B.A., UBC, Economics; Hotel Manager, various locations in British Columbia;
Accounting Business, Salmon Arm, B.C.





Notes for MAUREEN GAIL HORTON:

B. HomeEc., UBC; teacher; Owner/manager "Decor Marketplace", Salmon Arm B.C.
(and Kelowna, Kamloops, Vancouver and New Westminster)



Children of EDGAR WOOLLIAMS and MAUREEN HORTON are:

i. KEVIN ALEXANDER7 WOOLLIAMS, b. October 3, 1970.

Notes for KEVIN ALEXANDER WOOLLIAMS:

B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, Carleton University Ottawa; personell
dept., Real Canadian Superstore





ii. BRIAN DOUGLAS WOOLLIAMS, b. September 27, 1972.

Notes for BRIAN DOUGLAS WOOLLIAMS:

Rotary Exchange Student (Belgium)

BA, Simon Fraser University (Archeology)

Pilot and Flight Instructor (Air Cadets)

Working in Electronics Store in Vancouver, B.C.





iii. ANNE ELIZABETH WOOLLIAMS, b. July 31, 1974.

Notes for ANNE ELIZABETH WOOLLIAMS:

B.A. Linguistics and English, (hons), McGill University, Montreal

Masters Candidate, Audiology, Dalhousie, Halifax, Nova Scotia.







44. DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL6 KING (JEAN HETTY5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 27, 1946 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married IAN
BRYCE MCCRIRICK December 29, 1967 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Notes for DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL KING:

' "Campbell" wa a family name to show I was directly descended from loyalist
Campbells awarded land on Prince Edward Island in 1791 through my Dad's
paternal grandmother's line' ...(e-mail, June 21, 1998)



More About DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL KING:

Fact 1: MA (Historical Geography)

Fact 2: Planner (BC Ministry of Social Services)

Notes for IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

' "Bryce" has been associated the the male McCririck line for
generations"..Donna King McCririck, e-mail, June 21, 1998

Ian works for a subsiduary of BC Hydro that specializes in power
distribution networks.



More About IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

Fact 1: BSc Honours Math, MSc (Bus. Admin)

Children of DONNA KING and IAN MCCRIRICK are:

i. NEIL IAN7 MCCRIRICK, b. July 12, 1968, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Notes for NEIL IAN MCCRIRICK:

Graduate, UBC, (political science), and BCIT (industrial design?)



More About NEIL IAN MCCRIRICK:

Fact 1: BA (UBC)

ii. ANDREW BRYCE MCCRIRICK, b. November 27, 1971, Vancouver, B.C..

More About ANDREW BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

Fact 1: BA (Univeristy of Victoria)

Fact 2: Dipl. Small Business and Marketing (BC Institute of Technology)



45. ELEANOR ANN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2,
JOHN1) was born March 31, 1940 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married GEOFFREY M.
ONSLOW SOLLY 1961 in Summerland, B.C..



Notes for GEOFFREY M. ONSLOW SOLLY:

B. App Sci, UBC, Engineering. Vice President, Inland Natural Gas, and B.C.
Gas



Children of ELEANOR BAYNES and GEOFFREY SOLLY are:

i. PAUL7 SOLLY, b. February 1, 1961; m. HOLLY NELSON, West Vancouver,
British Columbia, Canada.

Notes for PAUL SOLLY:

Employee, B.C. Gas, Squamish, B.C.





ii. COLIN SOLLY, b. October 28, 1963; m. CORLENE MCILROY, 1996, West
Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for COLIN SOLLY:

Construction, Whistler, B.C., Specialist in design and construction of log
houses.







46. MARGARET RAEBURN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2,
JOHN1) was born July 16, 1941 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married ALAN FILMER in
West Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for MARGARET RAEBURN BAYNES:

B.A., UBC; teacher; staff trainer, B.C. Gov't, Victoria (1998)





Notes for ALAN FILMER:

LLB, UBC; Chief Crown Prosecutor, Province of British Columbia; Provincial
Court Judge, Victoria, B.C. (1998)



Children of MARGARET BAYNES and ALAN FILMER are:

i. CAMERON ALAN7 FILMER, b. February 26, 1967; m. HELENA MATSON.

Notes for CAMERON ALAN FILMER:

B.A., Geography; (UVic?)





ii. MEGAN ANN FILMER, b. April 1, 1970; m. SCOTT NIBLOCK, Abt. August 20,
1997, Whitehorse.

Notes for MEGAN ANN FILMER:

B.A. McGill (Montreal); LLB (UBC); Lawyer, Whitehorse, Yukon (1998)





Notes for SCOTT NIBLOCK:

Lawyer, Whitehorse, Y.T. (1998)





47. JEANETTE ETHELWYN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 6, 1946 in North Vancouver, B.C.. She
married DOUGLAS CAREY HELMER May 17, 1968.

Notes for JEANETTE ETHELWYN BAYNES:

B.A., UBC





Notes for DOUGLAS CAREY HELMER:

Doug's dad was a dentist at Bralorne before WWII. He went overseas with the
Canadian forces during WWII



Children of JEANETTE BAYNES and DOUGLAS HELMER are:

i. ANNA KATHLEEN7 HELMER, b. January 20, 1971.

ii. JENNIE SARAH HELMER, b. October 18, 1973.

iii. LISA JEAN HELMER, b. July 29, 1977.

48. ROBERT DENISON6 CANNON (MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4,
GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 30, 1941 in Vancouver, B.C.. He
married SYLVIA MAE SARGINSON August 1, 1964 in New Westminster, B. C..

Notes for ROBERT DENISON CANNON:

M.Ed. in Counselling (UBC). Retired, June 1999.



More About ROBERT DENISON CANNON:

Fact 1: 1964, BA (UBC)

Fact 2: 1969, M.Ed (UBC)

Notes for SYLVIA MAE SARGINSON:

Teacher, Elementary School; Therapeutic Tutor (Learning Disabilities]



Children of ROBERT CANNON and SYLVIA SARGINSON are:

i. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT7 CANNON, b. September 8, 1968, Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for CHRISTOPHER SCOTT CANNON:

Graphic Designer, Owner, Big Idea Communications, Granville Island,
Vancouver, B.C



More About CHRISTOPHER SCOTT CANNON:

Fact 1: Graphic Designer, Owner Big Idea Communications

ii. JULIA DELL CANNON, b. April 6, 1970, Revelstoke, B.C.; m. MARK CHARLES
MAISONVILLE, May 29, 1999, Colebrook United Church, Surrey, B.C..

Notes for JULIA DELL CANNON:

Legal Assistant and Office Manager for Jarvis and Company, a Vancouver Law
firm.



More About JULIA DELL CANNON:

Fact 1: Legal Assistant

iii. DAVID JONATHAN CANNON, b. June 26, 1973, Surrey, B.C..

Notes for DAVID JONATHAN CANNON:

Hotel and Tourism: Worked for Vancouver Hotels, Princess Cruise Lines



More About DAVID JONATHAN CANNON:

Fact 1: Hotel Management (Trend College)

Fact 2: Pursurs Dept. Princess Cruise Lines



49. PETER JOHN6 CANNON (MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 17, 1944 in Vancouver, B.C.. He married JANE
MOLYNEAUX July 14, 1973 in Davenport, Iowa.

Notes for PETER JOHN CANNON:

B.Comm, University of Western Washington; Construction company in
Abbotsford, B.C.; Real Estate and Property Development.



More About PETER JOHN CANNON:

Fact 1: B.Comm Western Washington

Notes for JANE MOLYNEAUX:

Lecturer, Mathematics, University College of the Fraser Valley,



More About JANE MOLYNEAUX:

Fact 1: MA (Mathematics)

Fact 2: Lecturer, U College of Fraser Valley

Children of PETER CANNON and JANE MOLYNEAUX are:

i. MARK ANDREW7 CANNON, b. November 28, 1974, Abbotsford, BC.

Notes for MARK ANDREW CANNON:

Student, University College of Fraser Valley



More About MARK ANDREW CANNON:

Fact 1: Party Rentals, Abbotsford, BC

Fact 2: Student, UCFV

ii. ANTHONY JOHN CANNON, b. September 28, 1976, Abbotsford, BC.

Notes for ANTHONY JOHN CANNON:

Student, University of Victoria, Kinesth (?)



More About ANTHONY JOHN CANNON:

Fact 1: Student, University of Victoria

iii. JOHN WILLIAM DANIEL CANNON, b. August 18, 1980, Abbotsford, BC.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM DANIEL CANNON:

Student, Abbotsford, Member of Canadian under 17 and under 19 Rugby teams.
Played in Rughy World Cup in Toulouse, France, 1998



More About JOHN WILLIAM DANIEL CANNON:

Fact 1: 1997-1998, Team Canada (Rugby, -17, -19)



50. BETTY LOUISE6 CANNON (MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 29, 1947 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married BRUCE
BROWN September 9, 1989 in Alberta.

Notes for BETTY LOUISE CANNON:

R. N. (VGH), practiced in Vancouver in bothe Hospitals and for the Homecare
before moving to present home at Nanoose Bay, B.C.



More About BETTY LOUISE CANNON:

Fact 1: RN, Vancouver General Hospital

Notes for BRUCE BROWN:

MBA (Queen's), worked for Marathon Realty before starting own
construction/renovation company.



Child of BETTY CANNON and BRUCE BROWN is:

i. TRAVIS SAM ELIOT7 CANNON, b. December 10, 1983, Vancouver, B.C..

51. JOHN6 NUNN (KATHLEEN MARY5 BAYNES, ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was
born Aft. 1937 in Suffolk, England. He married MARGARET JOHNNUNNSWIFE.



Child of JOHN NUNN and MARGARET JOHNNUNNSWIFE is:

i. STEVE7 NUNN, b. England; m. HAYDEE STEVENUNNSWIFE.

52. CHRISTINE VICTORIA6 BAYNES (CHARLES HUBERT5, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 20, 1942 in Redhill, London, England. She
married (1) LESLIE VJERK 1961. She married (2) JAMES CHARRON Abt. 1965.



Child of CHRISTINE BAYNES and LESLIE VJERK is:

i. KATHERINE ANN7 VJERK, b. June 8, 1964.

Children of CHRISTINE BAYNES and JAMES CHARRON are:

ii. LORRIE BERNICE7 CHARRON, b. October 8, 1965, St. Thomas, ON, Canada.

iii. DAVID CHARLES CHARRON, b. August 10, 1967, St. Thomas, ON, Canada.

iv. MICHELE LEE CHARRON, b. September 30, 1969, St. Thomas, ON, Canada.

53. MICHAEL CHARLES6 BAYNES (CHARLES HUBERT5, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 25, 1945 in Victoria, BC, Canada. He married
DIANA KATHERINE TRAXEL January 4, 1972.



Children of MICHAEL BAYNES and DIANA TRAXEL are:

i. JESSE MICHAEL7 BAYNES, b. July 31, 1981, Surrey, B.C., Canada.

ii. CARISSA MARIE BAYNES, b. September 2, 1989, Surrey British Columbia Canada.

54. MILLIE ELIZABETH6 TREEN (EVA HAZEL5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 23, 1952 in Victoria, BC, Canada. She married
(1) TERENCE PRICE Abt. 1971 in Quesnel, BC, Canada. She married (2) DEWAYNE
SPINK Aft. 1975.

Notes for MILLIE ELIZABETH TREEN:

Living in Chase, B.C., circa 2000

"Spink Millie (250) 679-8243, 213 Brooke, Chase"





Children of MILLIE TREEN and TERENCE PRICE are:

i. TERESA7 PRICE, b. 1972.

ii. MICHEAL PRICE, b. 1974.

55. DONNA ELIZABETH6 DIAKIW (HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4,
JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June 8, 1947 in Nanaimo, BC, Canada. She
married LOTHAR SCHAUS July 3, 1965 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.



Children of DONNA DIAKIW and LOTHAR SCHAUS are:

i. WILLIAM NICHOLAS7 SCHAUS, b. May 29, 1969, Fort St. John, BC, Canada.

ii. NICHOLAS WILFRED SCHAUS, b. June 1, 1971, Prince George, BC, Canada; m.
GLORIA ROBERTS, July 30, 1994.

56. DIANE HAZEL6 DIAKIW (HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born May 17, 1950 in Alberni, BC, Canada. She married (1)
LOUIS BRONSWYK June 29, 1968 in Quesnel, BC, Canada. She married (2) GEORGE
WILES 1998 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.



Children of DIANE DIAKIW and LOUIS BRONSWYK are:

i. BRYAN7 BRONSWYK, b. May 5, 1974, Burnaby, BC, Canada.

ii. JASON BRONSWYK, b. August 7, 1976, Surrey, B.C., Canada.

57. TERRY ARNOLD6 DIAKIW (HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 28, 1953 in Quesnel, BC, Canada. He married
ELAINE DEMCHUK September 17, 1997 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.

Notes for TERRY ARNOLD DIAKIW:

Living at Youbou, B.C., circa 1970





Children of TERRY DIAKIW and ELAINE DEMCHUK are:

i. NICHOLE LANE7 DIAKIW, b. December 16, 1981, Prince George, BC, Canada.

ii. ROLLY DIAKIW, b. 1987; Adopted child.

Notes for ROLLY DIAKIW:

Adopted, 1986







58. JOAN6 RUSSELL (NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)
was born Abt. 1930 in Canada. She married ALLAN GUTHRIE.

Notes for JOAN RUSSELL:

Living at Manson's Landing, British Columbia, circa 1980





Notes for ALLAN GUTHRIE:

Carpenter



Children of JOAN RUSSELL and ALLAN GUTHRIE are:

i. DENNIS7 GUTHRIE.

ii. MARLENE GUTHRIE.

59. JOSEPH6 BARKER (NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2,
JOHN1) was born Abt. 1943 in Canada. He married MARG JOBARKERWIFE Abt. 1960.



Children of JOSEPH BARKER and MARG JOBARKERWIFE are:

i. STEVEN7 BARKER, b. 1962, Canada.

ii. CORRINE LYNN BARKER, b. September 4, 1964, Canada.

iii. BABY BARKER, b. Aft. 1965, Canada.

60. ROBERT JOSEPH6 BAYNES (JOSEPH WALTER5, WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)
was born 1943 in Alberta, Canada.

Notes for ROBERT JOSEPH BAYNES:

Works for Telephone Company, Lives in Edmonton, Alberta (circa 1980)





Child of ROBERT JOSEPH BAYNES is:

i. ROBERT MICHEAL7 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1970.



Endnotes


1. Stella Meade Jakobitz, Hetty Baynes Diakiw, Donna Diakiw Shaus,
"Meade-Matthews Genealogy," Unpublished family manuscript, 1973 with
updates, 1987, 2000, Page 8.

2. BC Archives - Vital Statistics - Death Indexes.

mbike@bigfoot.com

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  Descendants of John Baynes

  Generation No. 1

  1. JOHN1 BAYNES was born Abt. 1770. He married MARY? HALL November 1, 1793  in Radwinter, Essex.

  Children of JOHN BAYNES and MARY? HALL are:

  i. THOMAS2 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1790.

  ii. SARAH BAYNES, b. 1794.

  iii. JOHN BAYNES, b. 1804. 

 2. iv. JAMES BAYNES, b. Abt. 1808, Radwinter, Essex, England; d. September

 24, 1887, Takely, Essex, England.

  v. JANE BAYNES, b. 1812. 

 vi. JULIA BAYNES, b. 1815. 

 Generation No. 2 

 2. JAMES2 BAYNES (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1808 in Radwinter, Essex, England,  and died September 24, 1887 in Takely, Essex, England. He married ELIZA  KIMMENCE December 12, 1840 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

  Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

  Tenant Farmer

  1881 British Census

  Dwelling: Grange Farm

  Census Place, Takeley, Essex, England

  Source: FHL Film 1341437 PRO Ref RG11 Place 1813 Page 14

  James Baynes M 73 M Radwinter, Essex, England

  Eliza Baynes M 69 F Withersfield, Suffolk, England

  William Baynes, U, 36 M, Ashdon, Essex, England

  Caroline Willis 16 F, Broxted, Essex, England

  Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

 

 James BAYNES ( / /c1808-24/9/1887) Born at Radwinter ESS ; 1851 Census -

 James BAYNES aged 43 with wife and family at Ashdon ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536);

1881 Census - James BAYNES farmer of 138 acres aged 73 with wife and son at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137) ; died  aged 81 at Takeley ESS (1887/3-Dunmow-4a/320). (Probate 1888) 

 Notes for ELIZA KIMMENCE: 

 Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

 

  Elizabeth KIMMENCE ( / /c1811- / /1881) (mar / /1840) Born at Withersfield

 SFK ; married at Saffron Walden ESS (1840/4-Saffron Walden-12/453) ; 1851

 Census - Elizabeth BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Ashdon ESS

(PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Eliza BAYNES aged 69 with husband and son

 at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137) ; died Eliza BAYNES aged

70  at Saffron Walden (1881/1-Saffron Walden-4a/314).

  Children of JAMES BAYNES and ELIZA KIMMENCE are:

  3. i. GEORGE3 BAYNES, b. 1841, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. January 10,

1922,  Chelmsford, Essex, England.

  4. ii. CHARLES BAYNES, b. 1844, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1935, Dunmow,

 Essex, England. 

 5. iii. WILLIAM BAYNES, b. Abt. 1845, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1916.

  6. iv. ALFRED BAYNES, b. 1848, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. October 4, 1917,

 Little Thurlow, Suffolk, England.

  v. EDWARD BAYNES, b. 1851, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1899, London City,

 London, England.

  Notes for EDWARD BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Edward BAYNES ( / /1851- / /1899) Born at Ashdon ESS (1851/1-Saffron  Walden-12/267) ; 1851 Census - Edward BAYNES aged 5 mths with parents at  Ashdon ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; died aged 48 at London City LND  (1899/3-London City-1c/7) .

  7. vi. JOSEPH BAYNES, b. Abt. 1853, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. March 14,

 1895, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

  Generation No. 3 

 3. GEORGE3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1841 in Ashdon, Essex, England,

 and died January 10, 1922 in Chelmsford, Essex, England. He married HARRIET

 AMELIA STAINES 1869 in Braintree, Essex, England, daughter of JAMES STAINES

 and SOPHIA PIPER.

  Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

  Tenant Farmer, Essex. Family has newspaper clipping referring to prizes won  by George Baynes for his "pigs".

  Herts & Essex Observer, Jan 14 1922

  "BROXTED"

  Death of Mr George Baynes - A wide circle of friends will regreat to learn  of the death of Mr. George Baynes of 64a Springfield road, Chelmsford, which  occurred on Tuesday, after only four days illness, from acute bronchitis.

 Mr. Baynes, who had reached the advanced age of 80 years had farmed Broxted

 Hall Farm on the Easton Lodge Estate for nearly 30 years and retired 18  months ago, when he went to reside at Chelmsford. His wife died there on  September 26th last. He was a typical Essex farmer, was a well known  attendant at the Bishop's Stortford, Saffron Walden, Dunmow and Braintree  Markets and was greatly respected in agricultural circles throughout the  district. He took great interest in agriculture and stockbreeding generally,  was a noted breeder of Essex pigs, and acted as Judge of Essex Pigs at  various shows in the county, of poultry at Bishop Stortford Christmas  Market, and of cattle and poultry at Dunmow Christmas Market. He leaves a  family of three sons and three daughters....He was a son of the late Mr. James Baynes and brother of the late Mr. William Baynes of Takely Grange.

 The funeral is arranged to take place at Takeley Church today, (Saturday)  at  3 O'clock 

 From Family Tree: George Baynes 2000

  George BAYNES ( / /1841-10/1/1922) Born at Ashdon ESS (1841/4-Saffron  Walden-12/202) ; 1851 Census - George BAYNES aged 9 with parents at Ashdon  ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - George BAYNES farm bailiff aged 39  with wife and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died  aged 80 at Chelmsford ESS (1922/1-Chelmsford-4a/930). (Probate 1922)

 Harriett Amelia STAINES (15/2/1842- / /1921) (mar / /1869) Born at Takeley

 ESS ; married at Braintree ESS (1869/4-Braintree-4a/635) ; 1881 Census -  Harriett BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS  (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died aged 79 at Chelmsford ESS  (1921/3-Chelmsford-4a/505).

  Notes for HARRIET AMELIA STAINES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Harriett Amelia STAINES (15/2/1842- / /1921) (mar / /1869) Born at Takeley  ESS ; married at Braintree ESS (1869/4-Braintree-4a/635) ; 1881 Census -  Harriett BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS  (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died aged 79 at Chelmsford ESS  (1921/3-Chelmsford-4a/505).

  Children of GEORGE BAYNES and HARRIET STAINES are:

  8. i. EDGAR GEORGE4 BAYNES, b. September 13, 1870, Bocking, Essex,

     England;  d. November 5, 1956, Vancouver, B.C..

  ii. JAMES BAYNES, b. 1871, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1947, Epping,

 Essex,  England; m. JESSICA SPICER, Abt. 1895, Braintree, Essex, England.

  Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

  Hare Street Farm, Great Parndon (1922)

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  James BAYNES ( / /1872- / /1947) Born at Bocking ESS  (1872/1-Braintree-4a/399) ; 1881 Census - James BAYNES aged 9 with parents  at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101)

  Notes for JESSICA SPICER:

  Note from Edgar George Baynes to Margaret Anderson (Baynes) Cannon, circa  1950 " Mr and Mrs. Richard H. Cane (Florrie Spicer) (Auntie Jessie's Sister)  "Crofton" Kinnear Road, Inverlieth, Edinburgh. telephone 84885, 3 miles from  Edinburgh. Thier daughter Freda Cane trained as a nurse in Edinburgh, now  assisting on a poultry farm. Addres c/o Mrs. F.M. Scott, Kirkhope, Ettrick,  Selkirkshire, Scotland. E.G. Baynes commented that both senior Canes were  now "old and feeble". EGB would have been supply names addresses to Margaret  in anticipation of she and Harry going there in 1950.

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Jessica SPICER ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1895) Born at ? () ; married at

 Braintree ESS (1895/1-Braintree-4a/617) ; died at ? () .

  iii. ALFRED JOSEPH BAYNES, b. 1873, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1898.

  Notes for ALFRED JOSEPH BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Alfred Joseph BAYNES ( / /1873- / / ) Born at Bocking ESS

 (1873/3-Braintree-4a/386) ; 1881 Census - Alfred J BAYNES aged 7 with

 parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;

  iv. KATE AMELIA BAYNES, b. January 11, 1875, Stisted, Essex, England; d.

 January 9, 1953, Vancouver, B.C.; m. GEORGE CLIFFORD, 1921.

  Notes for KATE AMELIA BAYNES:

  Name: KATE AMELIA CLIFFORD Event Date: 1953 1 9 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 77 Gender:  Female Event Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1953-09-001183B.C. Archives  Microfilm Number: B13214 GSU Microfilm Number: 2032863

  Kate's husband's death certificate, signed by her brother-in-law, John  Clifford, gives her name maiden name as Katherine Baynes. Kate's death  certificate, signed by her brother lists her as "Kate Amelia". The death  certificate information has it that Kate was in BC for 45 years prior to her  death (since 1908) and in Vancouver since 1918. This is not the same as the  information supplied by her brother-in-law on her husband, George's death  certificate. At the time of her father's death, in 1922, her father's obituary gave her  address as Regina.

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Kate Amelia BAYNES ( / /1875-9/1/1953) Born at Stisted ESS  (1875/1-Braintree-4a/411) ; 1881 Census - Kate A BAYNES aged 6 with parents  at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;

  Notes for GEORGE CLIFFORD:

  Sergeant, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Last Worked 1935. Lived in  Vancouver 13 yrs prior to death (Since 1935), in Canada 37 years (since  1911). With RCMP 23 years (since 1912).....information supplied by brother,  John Clifford on George's death certificate.

  2775 Courtenay Street, Vancouver.

  v. HETTY SELINA BAYNES, b. September 20, 1876, Stisted, Essex, England; d.

 November 5, 1966, Vancouver, B.C..

  Notes for HETTY SELINA BAYNES:   Was a nurse.

  Name: HETTY BAYNESEvent Date: 1966 11 5 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 89Gender:

 Female Event Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1966-09-014199B.C. Archives

 Microfilm Number: B13280 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033856

  Address in 1922 at the time of her Father's death was given as Chelmsford,  Essex.

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Hetty Selina BAYNES ( / /1876- / / ) Born at Stisted ESS  (1876/4-Braintree-4a/419) ; 1881 Census - Ellen S BAYNES aged 4 with parents  at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;

  vi. LILA BAYNES, b. 1878, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1930; m. FRAUWEISS,  Budapest.

  Notes for LILA BAYNES:

  At the time of her father's death, in 1922, Lila was listed in her father's  obituary as Mrs. Frauweiss of Vienna.

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Eliza BAYNES ( / /1878- / / ) Born at Stisted ESS (1878/3-Braintree-4a/413) ;

1881 Census - Eliza BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS

 (PRO RG11/1806/f101)

  9. vii. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1885, Essex, England; d. 1965.

  4. CHARLES3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1844 in Ashdon, Essex,

England,  and died 1935 in Dunmow, Essex, England. He married AMELIA.

  Notes for CHARLES BAYNES:

  1881 British Census

  Dwelling: Coopers Road, Colchester Hall Farm House

  Census Place, Takeley, Essex, England

  FHL Film 1341437 PRO Ref RG11 Place 1813 Folio 124 Page11

  Charles Baynes, M, 37, M, Ashdon, Essex, England

  Amelia Baynes, M. 34, M, Withersfield, Suffolk, England

  John Baynes, 5, M, Takeley, Essex, England

  George Baynes, 4, M, Takeley, Essex, England

  Joseph Baynes, 2, M, Takeley, Essex, England

  Emma Baynes, 1, F, Takeley, Essex, England

  Thomas Baynes 10m, M, Takeley, Essex, England

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Charles BAYNES ( / /1844- / /1935) Born at Ashdon ESS (1844/1-Saffron  Walden-12/251) ; 1851 Census - Charles BAYNES aged 5 with parents at Ashdon  ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Charles BAYNES farmer of 120 acres  aged 37 with wife and family at Coopers Road Colchester Hall Farm House  Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124) ; died aged 91 at Dunmow ESS  (1935/2-Dunmow-4a/913) .

  Notes for AMELIA: 

 From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Amelia ( / /c1837- / /1883) (mar / / ) Born at Withersfield SFK ; married at

 ? () ; 1881 Census - Amelia BAYNES aged 44 with husband and family at

 Coopers Road Colchester Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124) ;

 died aged 46 at Dunmow ESS (1883/2-Dunmow-4a/307) .

  Children of CHARLES BAYNES and AMELIA are:

  i. JOHN4 BAYNES, b. 1875, Takely, Essex, England.

  Notes for JOHN BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  John BAYNES ( / /1875- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1875/4-Dunmow-4a/412) ;

 1881 Census - John BAYNES aged 5 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester

 Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)

  ii. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1876, Takely, Essex, England.

  Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  George BAYNES ( / /1876- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1876/4-Dunmow-4a/433);

 1881 Census - George BAYNES aged 4 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester

 Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)

  iii. JOSEPH BAYNES, b. 1878, Takely, Essex, England.

  Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Joseph BAYNES ( / /1878- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1878/2-Dunmow-4a/481);

 1881 Census - Joseph BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester

 Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)

  iv. EMMA BAYNES, b. 1879, Takely, Essex, England.

  Notes for EMMA BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Emma BAYNES ( / /1879- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1879/2-Dunmow-4a/482) ;

 1881 Census - Emma BAYNES aged 1 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester

 Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)

  v. THOMAS BAYNES, b. 1880, Takely, Essex, England.

  Notes for THOMAS BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Thomas BAYNES ( / /1880- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1880/2-Dunmow-4a/507);

 1881 Census - Thomas BAYNES aged 10 mths with parents at Coopers Road

 Colchester Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)

  5. WILLIAM3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1845 in Ashdon, Essex,

 England, and died 1916.

  Notes for WILLIAM BAYNES:

  In his brother George's obituary, 1922. William is listed as the late  William Baynes of Takely Grange. William appears as a resident at Takely  Grange in the 1881 Census of England. His father, James Baynes is listed as  the head of family.

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  William BAYNES ( / /c1845- / / ) Born at Ashdon ESS () ; 1881 Census -  William BAYNES aged 36 with

parents at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137)

  Child of WILLIAM BAYNES is:

  10. i. JAMES4 BAYNES, b. 1887; d. 1983.

  6. ALFRED3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1848 in Ashdon, Essex, England,

 and died October 4, 1917 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, England. He married  JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE.

  Notes for ALFRED BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Alfred BAYNES ( / /1848-4/10/1917) Born at Arden? ESS (1848/3-Saffron  Walden-12/235) ; 1851 Census - Alphred BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Ashdon  ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Alfred BAYNES harness maker aged  34 with wife and family at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ;

 died a saddler aged 69 at Little Thurlow SFK (1917/4-Risbridge-4a/837) . (Probate 1917)

 Notes for JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Jane ( / /c1849- / / ) (mar / / ) Born at Bartlow CAM ; married at ? ;

1881  Census - Jane BAYNES aged 32 with husband and family at Street Little

 Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18

  Children of ALFRED BAYNES and JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE are:

  i. HETTY4 BAYNES, b. 1872, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for HETTY BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Hetty BAYNES ( / /1872- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK  (1872/3-Risbridge-4a/454) ; 1881 Census -

Hetty BAYNES aged 8 with parents  at Street Little Thurlow SFK

  11. ii. WILLIAM JAMES BAYNES, b. 1873, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  12. iii. ARTHUR BAYNES, b. March 4, 1875, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d.

 September 16, 1956, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.

  iv. ELIZA DORCAS BAYNES, b. 1878, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1878,

 Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for ELIZA DORCAS BAYNES:

  Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Eliza Dorcas BAYNES ( /11/1878- / /1878) Born at Risbridge SFK

 (1878/4-Risbridge-4a/513) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK

 (1878/4-Risbridge-4a/304) .

  v. CHRISTOPHER BAYNES, b. 1880, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1884,

 Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for CHRISTOPHER BAYNES:

  Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  vi. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1883, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1883,

Risbridge,  Suffolk, England.

  Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  George BAYNES ( /3/1883- / /1883) Born at Risbridge SFK

 (1883/1-Risbridge-4a/593) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK

 (1883/1-Risbridge-4a/337) .

  vii. ALICE BAYNES, b. 1886, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1886,

Risbridge,  Suffolk, England.

  Notes for ALICE BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Alice BAYNES ( /2/1886- / /1886) Born at Risbridge SFK

 (1886/1-Risbridge-4a/652) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK

 (1886/1-Risbridge-4a/419) .

  viii. ADA JANE BAYNES, b. 1887, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; m. ARTHUR

 KETRIDGE, 1909, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for ADA JANE BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  3 Ada Jane BAYNES ( /3/1877- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK

 (1877/1-Risbridge-4a/518) ; 1881 Census - Ada Jane BAYNES aged 4 with

 parents at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; died at ? .

  Notes for ARTHUR KETRIDGE:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes

  Arthur KETRIDGE ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1909) Born at ? ; married at

Risbridge  SFK (1909/3-Risbridge-4a/1681) ; died at ? .

  13. ix. ALFRED EDWARD BAYNES, b. 1887, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. Bef.  1987, England.

  14. x. EDGAR CHARLES BAYNES, b. 1889, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1957,

 Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, England.

  7. JOSEPH3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1853 in Ashdon, Essex,

 England, and died March 14, 1895 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex1. He married

 EMMA MATTHEWS February 8, 1883 in West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England.

  Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES:

  Will registered in probate index, 1895, Draper of Sunbury, Middlesex

  1881 British Census:

  Dwelling: Market Place

  Census Place: Newbury, Berkshire, England

  Source: FHL Film 1341309 PRO REF RG11 Piece 1269 Folio 108 Page 131

  John Burgess U 49 M Barley, Hertford, England

 Rel: Head

  Occ: Draper & Clothier Empl 8 Men

 Joseph Baynes U 27 M Ashdon, Essex, England

 Rel: Serv

 Occ: Drapers Assistant

 (plus 7 others)

 Joseph's future wife, Emma Matthews worked as a draper's assistant in an

 adjacent establishment in Newbury, Berkshire.

 Notes for EMMA MATTHEWS:

 1881 British Census

 Dwelling: Market Place

 Census Place: Newbury, Berkshire, England

 Source: FHL Film 1341309 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1270 Folio 22 Page 10

 Tryphena Matthews U 25 F West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England

 Rel: Head

 Occ: Milliner, Head & C To A Jackson Drapers.

 Emma Matthews U 21 F West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England

 Rel: Assistant

  Occ: Drapers assistant  and 8 others,

  The occupants of this dwelling are all unmarried females ranging in age  between 19 and 25. It is probable that Tryphena and Emma Matthews are  related. It may be that Emma Matthews and Joseph Baynes, her future husband,  are working for the same firm, located at Market Place in Newbury,  Berkshire, and that the firm maintains separate residences for men and women.

  In 1897, two years following Joseph's death, Emma remarried. Around 1905, she and Albert Mead, her second husband, and their family migrated to  Canada, settling first in Winnepeg and later homesteading in Saskatchewan.

 Emma had children by Albert.

  Marriage Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES and EMMA MATTHEWS:

  Marriage performed by Rev. G.A. Vander Meulen, at the parish church, West

 Knoyle Wiltshire

  Children of JOSEPH BAYNES and EMMA MATTHEWS are:

  15. i. HUBERT GEORGE4 BAYNES, b. January 28, 1884, Sunbury- on-Thames,

 Middlesex, England; d. January 4, 1967, Prince George, BC, Canada.

  ii. MARGUERITE BAYNES, b. June 30, 1885, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.

 August 4, 1886, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

  16. iii. WALTER BAYNES, b. August 1886, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.

 January 14, 1980, Breton, Alberta, Canada.

  iv. KATHERINE ELSIE BAYNES, b. February 1889, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex;

d. March 21, 1889, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

  v. DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNES, b. May 11, 1890, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.

 1979; m. ERNEST CHARLES JACQUES, September 29, 1920, Sapperton, B.C..

  Notes for DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNES:

  Raised the four children of Ernest Jacques from his first marriage.

 According to the Meade-Matthews Genealogy, there was a very strong and  positive relationship between the children, Dorothea and the rest of the  Meade and Baynes families in Canada.

  Notes for ERNEST CHARLES JACQUES:

  Name: ERNEST CHARLES JACQUESEvent Date: 1966 12 18 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age:

81Gender:

 Male Event Place: NEW WESTMINSTER Reg. Number: 1966-09-016460B.C. Archives

 Microfilm Number: B13281 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033857

  WWI Veteran, married Dorothea Baynes following the death of his first

wife,  Zoe Stack of Dublin, Ireland

  Marriage Notes for DOROTHEA BAYNES and ERNEST JACQUES:

  Groom Name: ERNEST CHARLES JACQUESBride Name: DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNESEvent

 Date: 1920 9 29 (Yr/Mo/Day)Event Place: SAPPERTON Reg. Number:  1920-09-219476B.C. Archives

Microfilm Number: B12905 GSU Microfilm Number:  2032874

  17. vi. EVELYN LOUISE BAYNES, b. November 15, 1891, Sunbury, Middlesex,

 Essex; d. Victoria, BC, Canada.

  18. vii. CLARICE THERESA BAYNES, b. February 21, 1895, Sunbury, Middlesex,

 Essex; d. October 27, 1961, Canada.

  Generation No. 4

  8. EDGAR GEORGE4 BAYNES (GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 13,

1870  in Bocking, Essex, England, and died November 5, 1956 in Vancouver, B.C..

He married MARGARET ANDERSON MCALPINE April 15, 1899 in Vancouver, B.C.. 

 Notes for EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES:

  Arrived in teens from England with Uncle Franklin; was trained as carpenter

 and worked in construction in Vancouver before establishing his own company

 with W. Horie.

  First contract included construction of lighthouse at the entrance to  Naniamo Harbour.

  Named "Good Citizen of Year" in Vancouver (1944) for services to

community.

  Kluckner, Micheal, "Vanishing Vancouver", Whitecap Books Ltd, Vancouver,  1990, pp 23

  "Edgar George Baynes, (1870-1956) was born in Bocking, Essex, apprenticed to  a builder there at the age of 14, came to Vancouver when he was nineteen and  was one of the first homesteaders in the Squamish River Valley, then  organized his partnership wim W.M Horie two years later in 1891...Their  firm, Baynes and Horie also completed a number of major paving contracts and  was carried on after the founders retirement by their two sons.

  During the year that his firm was building the Craftsman house illustrated  here (1912) Baynes was building the Hotel Grosvenor on Howe Street...which  he both owned and operated. ..He was a member of the Vancouver Parks  Commission from 1924 until 1940, and was Vancouver's "Good Citizen" of  1944...

  Baynes's own house at 1200 West Broadway was something of a landmark until

 its recent demolition (1987)..."

  Note, the Baynes family home was given to the YWCA by Margaret McAlpine

 Baynes after the death of E.G. Baynes with the proviso that it not be sold  until twenty years after her death. The property was sold, and the house  demolished in 1987. During the YMCA occupancy, the house served as an Indian  Social Centre, as a Centre for Hungarian Refugees, and as a Woman's Shelter.

  Kluckner's book also contains a photograph and article on the Hotel

 Grosvenor, 840 Howe Street. (pp 39).

 The Hotel Grosvenor was demolished in 1983.

  Kluckner, Micheal, "Vancouver, The Way It Was", Whitecap Books, 1984, also

 contains photographs showing the Hotel Grosvenor, pp47, 114,

  Name: EDGAR GEORGE BAYNESEvent Date: 1956 11 5 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 85Gender:

 MaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1956-09-012004B.C. Archives

 Microfilm Number: B13230 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033146

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000):

  Edgar George BAYNES ( / /1870- / / ) Born at Bocking ESS

 (1870/3-Braintree-4a/408) ; 1881 Census - Edgar G BAYNES aged 10 with

 parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101)

  More About EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES:

  Fact 1: 1891, Partner, Baynes and Horie Construction

  Fact 2: Partner, Port Haney Brick and Tile Co.

  Fact 3: 1912-1957, Owner/MGr. Hotel Grosvenor, 1912-1957

  Fact 4: Parks Commissioner, City of Vancouver

  Fact 5: 1944, "Good Citizen", Vancouver, 1944

  Fact 6: Life Member: BCAA, PNE

  Fact 7: Peoples Warden, Holy Trinitiy Anglican Church, Vancouver

  Fact 8: Owner, operator, Douglas Lodge, Fort St. James, B.C.

  Notes for MARGARET ANDERSON MCALPINE:

  Name: MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNESEvent Date: 1967 8 30 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age:

 93Gender: FemaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1967-09-011167B.C.

 Archives Microfilm Number: B13285 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033929

  Marriage Notes for EDGAR BAYNES and MARGARET MCALPINE:

  Married at First Presbyterian Church in Vancouver. This church is now First  United. Margaret was given away by her Charles Woodward, the founder of the  Woodward Department Stores, who was a family friend, and whose deceased wife, was a distant relative on the " Anderson" side of the family. Lily  McAlpine, Margaret's mother, looked after Charles Woodward's children when  he moved to Vancouver to set up business. Charles' children remained life  long friends of Margaret and her husband, Edgar George Baynes.

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 Groom Name: EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES

 Bride Name: MARGARET ANDERSO MCALPIN

 Event Date: 1899 4 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)

  Event Place: VANCOUVER

  Reg. Number: 1899-09-227593

  B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B12906 GSU Microfilm Number: 2032869

  Children of EDGAR BAYNES and MARGARET MCALPINE are:

  19. i. DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, b. February 16, 1903, Vancouver, B.C.; d.

 December 30, 1989, Summerland, B.C..

  20. ii. JEAN HETTY BAYNES, b. October 22, 1904, Vancouver, B.C.; d. 1995,  Vancouver, B.C.. 

 21. iii. GEORGE EDGAR BAYNES, b. March 1, 1907, Vancouver, B.C.. 

 22. iv. MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES, b. October 23, 1909, Vancouver, B.C.; d.

 1990, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

  9. GEORGE4 BAYNES (GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1885 in Essex, England,

 and died 1965. He married (1) MABEL KING. He married (2) EDITH CHAPMAN.

  Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

  Priors Hall, Lindsell, Essex, 1922

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  George BAYNES ( / /1885- / /1965 ) Born at ? (1885/2-Braintree-4a/528)

  Child of GEORGE BAYNES and MABEL KING is:

  23. i. JEAN5 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1925.

  Children of GEORGE BAYNES and EDITH CHAPMAN are:

  ii. ROBERTA5 BAYNES, b. 1919, England; m. ERIC TOBITT.

  Notes for ROBERTA BAYNES:

  Letter to Robert Cannon from Jane Woolliams, Feb 2000. The luncheon took  place in 1999 when Jane and her daughter visited England for a Woolliams   reunion.

 "this is just a quick note to say that Deirdre and I were treated to a very  nice lunch in a neighbouring pub by Bobbie and Eric Tobbit in Reading when  we were in England. Bobbie is the daughter of Grandfather's youngest brother  and is the spitting image of Aunt Hettie, hairdo and all, except that she is  more petite. I did get one photo of them. Before Deirdre arrived, I also had  lunch with her brother and family in Feering, Essex. He has a 'Baynes' look  about him."

  iii. WILLIAM BAYNES, b. 1921, Coggeshall, England; m. JESSICA.

  Notes for WILLIAM BAYNES:

  A note (1950) from Edgar George Baynes to his daughter, Margaret Anderson

 (Baynes) Cannon says that:

  Mr. and Mrs. Geo Baynes, Domesay Farm, Feering, Kelvedon, Colchester,

Essex  have a daughter:  Jessie who is married to Mr. Eric Tobit of 4 Aberley House, Worcester Road,  Malvern Worcs.   and a son: Bill Baynes, age 26, who is a good farm worker near home.

  10. JAMES4 BAYNES (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1887, and died 1983.

  Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

  Cranbrook

  Children of JAMES BAYNES are:

  24. i. FRANK5 BAYNES, b. 1928.

  ii. BETTY BAYNES, b. 1933.

  11. WILLIAM JAMES4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1873 in

 Risbridge, Suffolk, England. He married WILLSWIFE CAMP 1906 in Risbridge,

 Suffolk, England.

  Notes for WILLIAM JAMES BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  William James BAYNES ( /11/1873- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK

 (1873/4-Risbridge-4a/427) ; 1881 Census - William James BAYNES aged 7 with

 parents at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; a saddler c1917

  Notes for WILLSWIFE CAMP:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  CAMP ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1906) Born at ? ; married at Risbridge SFK

 (1906/2-Risbridge-4a/1535)

  Children of WILLIAM BAYNES and WILLSWIFE CAMP are:

  i. KATHLEEN5 BAYNES, b. 1912, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England;

m.  KATBAYNESHUSB CAMP, 1938, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

  Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Kathleen A BAYNES ( / /1912- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT

 (1912/4-Bishops Stortford-3a/1414)

  Marriage Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES and KATBAYNESHUSB CAMP:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  CAMP ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1938) Born at ? () ; married at Bishops

 Stortford, HRT (1938/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/2965)

 ii. WILLIAM J. BAYNES, b. 1917, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

 Notes for WILLIAM J. BAYNES:

 From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

 William J BAYNES ( / /1917- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT

 (1917/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1129)

 12. ARTHUR4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 4, 1875 in

 Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died September 16, 1956 in Sudbury,  Suffolk, England. He married CARRIE BIRD.

 Notes for ARTHUR BAYNES:

 From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

 Arthur BAYNES (4/3/1875-16/9/1956) Born at Risbridge SFK  (1875/2-Risbridge-4a/475) ; 1881 Census - Arthur BAYNES aged 6 with parents  at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; a saddler c1917 ; died  aged 81 at Sudbury SFK (1956/3-Sudbury-4a/802) .

  Notes for CARRIE BIRD:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

  Carrie BIRD (18/4/1878-11/5/1933) (mar / / ) Born at ? daughter of Edmund  and Maria () ;

  Children of ARTHUR BAYNES and CARRIE BIRD are:

  25. i. ALFRED EDMUND5 BAYNES, b. June 14, 1905, Risbridge, Suffolk,

England;  d. October 5, 1979, England.

  ii. HETTY MARGARET BAYNES, b. September 17, 1909, Risbridge, Suffolk,  England; d. December 20, 1985, Southhampton, Hampshire, England; m. JOHN  THOMAS SCRIVENER, July 29, 1933, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for HETTY MARGARET BAYNES:

  Hetty Margaret BAYNES (17/9/1909-20/12/1985) Born at Risbridge, SFK  (1909/4-Risbridge-4a/860)

  Notes for JOHN THOMAS SCRIVENER:

  John Thomas SCRIVENER (4/8/1907-8/4/1971) (mar 29/7/1933) Born at ? () ;

 married at Risbridge, SFK (1933/3-Risbridge-4a/2717

  iii. EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES, b. June 6, 1911, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  26. iv. KATHLEEN MARY BAYNES, b. January 27, 1913, Risbridge, Suffolk,

 England; d. September 21, 1977, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

  13. ALFRED EDWARD4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1887 in  Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died Bef. 1987 in England. He married DAISY  CAWCUTT 1916 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

  Notes for ALFRED EDWARD BAYNES:

  Alfred Edward BAYNES ( /2/1887- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK  (1887/2-Risbridge-4a/651

  Notes for DAISY CAWCUTT:

  Daisy CAWCUTT ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1916) Born at ? () ; married at Bishops

 Stortford, HRT (1916/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1465)

  Children of ALFRED BAYNES and DAISY CAWCUTT are:

  i. DAISY H.5 BAYNES, b. 1917, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England; m.  WILLIAM NUNN, 1941, Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

  Notes for DAISY H. BAYNES:

  Daisy H BAYNES ( / /1917- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT  (1917/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1137)

  Notes for WILLIAM NUNN:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  William J NUNN ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1941) Born at ? () ; married at

Safforn  Walden, ESS (1941/3-Saffron Walden-4a/3059)

  27. ii. ALFRED SPENCER BAYNES, b. 1919, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire,

 England.

  iii. BETTY N BAYNES, b. 1921, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

  Notes for BETTY N BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Betty N BAYNES ( / /1921- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT  (1921/1-Bishops Stortford-3a/1352)

  iv. KATHLEEN BAYNES, b. 1923, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

  Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Kathleen BAYNES ( / /1923- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT  (1923/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1282)

  v. ROY BAYNES, b. 1931, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

  Notes for ROY BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by Roy Baynes

  Roy BAYNES ( / /1931- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT (1931/4-Bishops  Stortford-3a/1185)

  14. EDGAR CHARLES4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1889 in

 Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died 1957 in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire,

 England. He married ELIZA PAYNE 1917 in Hammersmith, London, England.

  Notes for EDGAR CHARLES BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes

  Edgar Charles BAYNES ( /9/1889- / /1957) Born at Risbridge SFK

 (1889/3-Risbridge-4a/634) ; died aged 68 at Newmarket CAM

 (1957/4-Newmarket-4b/1080) .

  Child of EDGAR BAYNES and ELIZA PAYNE is: 

 i. EDITH H.5 BAYNES, b. 1919, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for EDITH H. BAYNES:

  Edith H BAYNES ( / /1918- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK

 (1918/3-Risbridge-4a/1177)

  15. HUBERT GEORGE4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 28, 1884  in Sunbury- on-Thames, Middlesex, England, and died January 4, 1967 in  Prince George, BC, Canada2.

He married GERTRUDE VICTORIA SCHOFIELD May 1915  in Gravelburg, Saskatchewan, Canada.

  Children of HUBERT BAYNES and GERTRUDE SCHOFIELD are:

  28. i. CHARLES HUBERT5 BAYNES, b. August 28, 1916, Palmer, SK, Canada.

  Married Doris Bura April 17, 1941  in London England.

  29. ii. EVA HAZEL BAYNES, b. March 23, 1920, Palmer, SK, Canada; d. August

 16, 1994, Kamloops, BC, Canada.

  30. iii. HETTY ELIZABETH BAYNES, b. August 25, 1926, Palmer, SK, Canada.

  16. WALTER4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 1886 in Sunbury,  Middlesex, Essex, and died January 14, 1980 in Breton, Alberta, Canada. He  married LILLIAN DUDLEY 1916 in Moose Jaw, Sask, Canada.

  Notes for WALTER BAYNES:

  Homesteaded in Saskatchewan; farmed near Breton, AB, Canada; bought and Ran  hardware store and acted as

notary public in Breton; retired to Weaskiwin,  AB

  Notes for LILLIAN DUDLEY:

  R.N.

  Children of WALTER BAYNES and LILLIAN DUDLEY are:

  31. i. NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, b. October 6, 1916, Canada.

  32. ii. JOSEPH WALTER BAYNES, b. October 9, 1919, Canada.

  33. iii. MARY LILLIAN BAYNES, b. April 14, 1923, Canada.

  17. EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born November 15, 1891 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex, and died in Victoria, BC, Canada. She  married RICHARD PENNINGTON SINKINSON December 29, 1914 in Canada.

  Children of EVELYN BAYNES and RICHARD SINKINSON are:

  34. i. RICHARD LIONEL5 SINKINSON, b. November 17, 1915, Canada.

  ii. PHYLIS SYLVIA SINKINSON, b. May 7, 1917; m. JOHN MCKENZIE, December 27,  1965.

  Notes for PHYLIS SYLVIA SINKINSON:

  School teacher, worked with retarded children

  35. iii. MURIEL ROSALIE SINKINSON, b. June 15, 1918; d. February 1, 1961.

  36. iv. STEVEN HUGH SINKINSON, b. July 8, 1921.

  37. v. HAROLD EDWARD SINKINSON, b. August 26, 1926.

  38. vi. BRENDA EVELYN SINKINSON, b. September 15, 1931.

 18. CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February  21, 1895 in Sunbury,        Middlesex, Essex, and died October 27, 1961 in   Canada.

She  married GEORGE FOSTER.

  Notes for GEORGE FOSTER:

  Son of an English Policeman, homesteaded in Saskatchewan near Hubert and  Walter Baynes, killed in an automobile accident along with their son,  Robert.

  Children of CLARICE BAYNES and GEORGE FOSTER are:

  i. ROBERT EDWARD5 FOSTER, b. 1917; d. October 27, 1961; m. BERYL BARBOUR.

  Notes for ROBERT EDWARD FOSTER:

  In RCAF in WWII; died in an automobile accident with his parents in 1961

  Notes for BERYL BARBOUR:

  Widow with one son from previous marriage

  ii. DAVID FOSTER, b. 1918.

  39. iii. DOROTHY EDNA FOSTER, b. 1919.

  40. iv. ELIZABETH THERESA FOSTER, b. 1920, Saskatchewan.

  Generation No. 5

  19. DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  February 16, 1903 in Vancouver, B.C., and died December 30, 1989 in

 Summerland, B.C.. She married GEORGE EWART WOOLLIAMS.

  Notes for DORIS LILIAN BAYNES:

  Graduate, UBC, (Great Trekker).;and U of T. (Social Work?)

  Notes for GEORGE EWART WOOLLIAMS:

  Plant Pathologist, Summerland Research Station, Summerland B.C. declined PHD  when research similar to that done on his thesis was published before its  publication.

  According to Neil Woolliams, his dad was known as "George" until he entered  school at age 9. Evidently he was teased so unmercifully as "Georgie  Porgie.." that his mother at that moment decided to have him go by his  second name, Ewart. He was known as Ewart Woolliams, ever after.

   Children of DORIS BAYNES and GEORGE WOOLLIAMS are:

  41. i. JANE MCCARROL6 WOOLLIAMS, b. August 24, 1934.

  42. ii. EWART NEIL WOOLLIAMS, b. April 30, 1938, Summerland, B.C., Canada.

  43. iii. EDGAR DAVID HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. October 7, 1942, Summerland, B.C..

  20. JEAN HETTY5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  October 22, 1904 in Vancouver, B.C., and died 1995 in Vancouver, B.C.. She

 married ALLAN BUTLER KING.

  Notes for JEAN HETTY BAYNES:

  Suffered from fever during infancy. Reputedly the smartest of the daughters  of E.G. Baynes before being damaged by the fever. 

 Notes for ALLAN BUTLER KING:

  Donna King McCririck..."I tried once to capture his life as I knew  him....all I could write about was our incredible garden, where he grew  probably the largest selection of fruits, vegetables, perennials & annuals  to be found on any 50 foot city in Canada - and all without benefit of a  car!" (e-mail to R.Cannon, June 28, 1998).

  Name: ALAN BUTLER KINGEvent Date: 1965 3 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 64Gender:

 MaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1965-09-003783B.C. Archives

 Microfilm Number: B13271 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033724

  Child of JEAN BAYNES and ALLAN KING is:

  44. i. DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL6 KING, b. January 27, 1946, Vancouver, B.C..

  21. GEORGE EDGAR5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  March 1, 1907 in Vancouver, B.C.. He married JEAN CAMERON CAMERON.

  Notes for GEORGE EDGAR BAYNES:

  B. Ap. Science (Civil Engineering), UBC.

  Past President, UBC Alumnae Assn.

  President, Baynes and Manning Construction (B.C. and Alberta)

  President, Hotel Grosvenor, Stisted Limited, Port Haney Brick and Tile.

  ? city councillor, West Vancouver.  Orchardist.

  Notes for JEAN CAMERON CAMERON:

  teacher, graduate of UBC. Her initial job was in Merritt, BC,

  Daughter of a (Presbyterian?) Minister.

  Jean, following her marriage to Ted Baynes, had her name legally changed  from Jean Hamilton Baynes to Jean Cameron Baynes.

   Children of GEORGE BAYNES and JEAN CAMERON are:

  i. DUNCAN CAMERON6 BAYNES, b. December 17, 1936, Vancouver, B.C..

  Notes for DUNCAN CAMERON BAYNES:

  B. App Sci (Civil Engineering); Engineer, Stelco (Hamilton); D.C. Baynes

 Construction (British Columbia); Rancher, Riske Creek, B.C.

  45. ii. ELEANOR ANN BAYNES, b. March 31, 1940, Vancouver, B.C..

  46. iii. MARGARET RAEBURN BAYNES, b. July 16, 1941, Vancouver, B.C..

  47. iv. JEANETTE ETHELWYN BAYNES, b. September 6, 1946, North Vancouver,  B.C..

  22. MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was  born October 23, 1909 in Vancouver, B.C., and died 1990 in Abbotsford,  British Columbia. She married HARRY ELMO CANNON September 26 in Vancouver,  B.C..

  Notes for MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES:

  Member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at UBC.

  Very proud of graduating with first class honours in nursing at UBC (1933).

 Margaret was left handed and had a difficult time in her early schooling.  She was eventually sent to a school in New Westminster from which she graduated.

  According to the family stories, she met Harry Cannon while cutting his hair  during her practicum year at Vancouver General Hospital.

  She was well respected as a manager, and during her university days and  early in her marriage managed the family hunting lodge at Fort St. James   (Douglas Lodge) during the summer months.

  Later, for a period of time after her father's death, she served as  President of the Hotel Grosvenor Company, and was much involved in the  renovations that contributed to the Hotel's success during the 1960's and  1970's

  More About MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES:

  Fact 1: 1933, BSc Honours (Nursing) UBC

  Notes for HARRY ELMO CANNON:

  M.D., graduate of University of Manitoba. Practiced in Quesnel, B.C.,  (locum) and Blakeburn, B.C., before establishing a practice in Abbotsford,  B.C., in 1938. He pioneered the concept of a Medical Clinic in Abbotsford,  working at first with two other doctors, John McRea and Ken Blanchard. His  idea was to combine specialty services to better serve his patients with a  medical team. In 1950 he went to the University of Edinburgh Medical school  to specialize in surgery. At the time of his retirement, 11 doctors were  members of the "Cannon Clinic", In 1969, Harry was name "Freeman" of the  Municipality of Matsqui, in recognition of his service to the community.

He  was the first person to be so honored.

  More About HARRY ELMO CANNON:

  Fact 1: MD, Graduate of U of Manitoba

  Fact 2: First Freeman, District of Matsqui, B.C.

  Fact 3: Refused to Accept Queen's Jubilee Silver Medal

  Fact 4: Founder, Cannon Clinic, Abbotsford, B.C.

  Marriage Notes for MARGARET BAYNES and HARRY CANNON:

  Married at Holy Trinity, Anglican Church, at 10 in the morning. The church,  where her father was for many years, People's Warden, was located on Pine  Street in Vancouver, and has subsequently been sold.

  Children of MARGARET BAYNES and HARRY CANNON are:

  48. i. ROBERT DENISON6 CANNON, b. March 30, 1941, Vancouver, B.C..

  49. ii. PETER JOHN CANNON, b. April 17, 1944, Vancouver, B.C..

  50. iii. BETTY LOUISE CANNON, b. April 29, 1947, Vancouver, B.C..

  23. JEAN5 BAYNES (GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1925. She  married GEORGE OLIVER.

  Children of JEAN BAYNES and GEORGE OLIVER are:

  i. TED6 OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

  ii. GORDON OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

  iii. ROBERT OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

  24. FRANK5 BAYNES (JAMES4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1928.

  Child of FRANK BAYNES is:

  i. CHARLOTTE6 BAYNES, b. 1954.

  25. ALFRED EDMUND5 BAYNES (ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June

 14, 1905 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died October 5, 1979 in

 England. He married ALICE KIMMENCE 1927 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for ALFRED EDMUND BAYNES:

  Alfred Edmund BAYNES (14/5/1905-5/10/1979) Born at Risbridge, SFK

 (1905/2-Risbridge-4a/894)

  Notes for ALICE KIMMENCE:

  Alice KIMMENCE (17/3/ -2/5/1980) (mar / /1927) Born at ? () ; married at

 Risbridge, SFK (1927/2-Risbridge-4a/2119)

  Children of ALFRED BAYNES and ALICE KIMMENCE are:

  i. ARTHUR L.6 BAYNES, b. 1927, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for ARTHUR L. BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes:

  Arthur L BAYNES ( / /1927- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK

  ii. MARGARET J. BAYNES, b. 1933, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

  Notes for MARGARET J. BAYNES:

  Margaret J BAYNES ( / /1933- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK  (1933/2-Risbridge-4a/1376)

  26. KATHLEEN MARY5 BAYNES (ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January  27, 1913 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died September 21, 1977 in  Leeds, Yorkshire, England. She married LESLIE NUNN 1937 in Haverhill,  Suffolk, England.

  Notes for KATHLEEN MARY BAYNES:

  Kathleen Mary BAYNES (27/1/1913-21/9/1977) Born at Risbridge, SFK

 (1913/1-Risbridge-4a/1716)m ; died at ? () ; buried at Haverhill Cemetery,

 Methodist Burial. Very active in church..

  Notes for LESLIE NUNN:

  Lesley NUNN (3/2/1911-28/10/1955) (mar / /1937) Born at ? () ; married at

 Haverhill, SFK (1937/1-Risbridge-4a/1_75) ; died at ? () ; buried at

 Haverhill Cemetery .

  Child of KATHLEEN BAYNES and LESLIE NUNN is:

  51. i. JOHN6 NUNN, b. Aft. 1937, Suffolk, England.

  27. ALFRED SPENCER5 BAYNES (ALFRED EDWARD4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  1919 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. He married ALFSWIFE ALLEN  1942 in Crosby, Lancashire, England.

  Notes for ALFRED SPENCER BAYNES:

  From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

  Alfred Spencer BAYNES ( / /1919- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT  (1919/1-Bishops Stortford-3a/899)

  Marriage Notes for ALFRED BAYNES and ALFSWIFE ALLEN:

  ALLEN ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1942) Born at ? () ; married at Crosby, LAN  (1942/2-Crosby-8b/1427)

  Children of ALFRED BAYNES and ALFSWIFE ALLEN are:

  i. ROBIN S6 BAYNES, b. 1945, Crosby, Lancashire, England.

  Notes for ROBIN S BAYNES:

  Robin S BAYNES ( / /1945/3- / / ) Born at Crosby, LAN (1945/3-Crosby-8b/914)

  ii. ALLEN R. BAYNES, b. 1951, North Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

  Notes for ALLEN R. BAYNES:

  Allen R BAYNES ( / /1951- / / ) Born at North Liverpool, LAN

 (1951/3-Liverpool N-10d/167)

  28. CHARLES HUBERT5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  August 28, 1916 in Palmer, SK, Canada. He married DORIS BURA April 17, 1941  in London England.

  Notes for DORIS BURA: 

 Father was from Romania and arrived in England on the same ship as Edward G.  Robinson, who became a film star. Father changed the family name from Arub  to Bura when he arrived in England.

  Children of CHARLES BAYNES and DORIS BURA are:

  52. i. CHRISTINE VICTORIA6 BAYNES, b. January 20, 1942, Redhill, London,  England.

  * 53. ii. MICHAEL CHARLES BAYNES, b. October 25, 1945, Victoria, BC, Canada.

  29. EVA HAZEL5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  March 23, 1920 in Palmer, SK, Canada, and died August 16, 1994 in Kamloops,

 BC, Canada. She met (1) DAVID TREEN Aft. 1945 in Duncan, BC, Canada. She

 married (2) PERRY LYPPS Abt. 1970 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.

  Notes for EVA HAZEL BAYNES:

  Expert swimmer and saved a man from drowning in Cordova Bay, and two boys  from drowning in Langford Lake. Later shot a bear attacking a calf on a  ranch where she was working as housekeeper.

  Served in WACs during WWII

  Buried with full military honours in Kamloops, B.C. 

 Marriage Notes for EVA BAYNES and DAVID TREEN:

  "Married" before Justice of the Peace in Duncan B.C. The J.P. it was  discovered later, had let his licence expire. Hazel used this information to leave David Treen.

  Child of EVA BAYNES and DAVID TREEN is:

  54. i. MILLIE ELIZABETH6 TREEN, b. March 23, 1952, Victoria, BC, Canada.

  30. HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was  born August 25, 1926 in Palmer, SK, Canada. She married NICHOLAS DIAKIW  February 5, 1945.

  Children of HETTY BAYNES and NICHOLAS DIAKIW are:

  55. i. DONNA ELIZABETH6 DIAKIW, b. June 8, 1947, Nanaimo, BC, Canada.

  56. ii. DIANE HAZEL DIAKIW, b. May 17, 1950, Alberni, BC, Canada.

  57. iii. TERRY ARNOLD DIAKIW, b. March 28, 1953, Quesnel, BC, Canada.

  iv. RICHARD PAUL DIAKIW, b. October 26, 1959.

  31. NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born  October 6, 1916 in Canada. She married (1) EARL RUSSELL Abt. 1930. She

 married (2) FRANK BARKER Abt. 1943. She married (3) KARL HUGHES Abt. 1970.

  Notes for KARL HUGHES:

  Boat builder

  Child of NELLIE BAYNES and EARL RUSSELL is:

  58. i. JOAN6 RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1930, Canada.

  Child of NELLIE BAYNES and FRANK BARKER is:

  59. ii. JOSEPH6 BARKER, b. Abt. 1943, Canada.

  32. JOSEPH WALTER5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October  9, 1919 in Canada. He married (1) MARGERIE SEXSMITH. He married (2) LILLIAN  JOSBAYNESWIFE.

 Notes for LILLIAN JOSBAYNESWIFE:

 Norwegian, has two daughters by previous marriage

 Child of JOSEPH BAYNES and MARGERIE SEXSMITH is:

   60. i. ROBERT JOSEPH6 BAYNES, b. 1943, Alberta, Canada.

  33. MARY LILLIAN5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April  14, 1923 in Canada. She married (1) MEL GUERNSEY. She married (2) HENRY  DOELL.

  Notes for MARY LILLIAN BAYNES:

 Living in Terrace, B.C., 1973

 Children of MARY BAYNES and MEL GUERNSEY are:

 i. COLIN6 GUERNSEY, b. Abt. 1937.

 ii. DARYL GUERNSEY, b. Abt. 1939.

 iii. THIRDSON GUERNSEY, b. Aft. 1940.

 34. RICHARD LIONEL5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born November 17, 1915 in Canada. He married JEAN RUSSELL November 16, 1940.

  Notes for RICHARD LIONEL SINKINSON:

  Living in Brandon, MB, in 1975

  Children of RICHARD SINKINSON and JEAN RUSSELL are:

  i. RICHARD RUSSELL6 SINKINSON, b. November 4, 1944; m. PAULETTE WERTH,  August 1, 1970, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

  ii. THOMAS LIONEL SINKINSON, b. October 31, 1947.

  iii. RONALD DOUGLAS SINKINSON, b. November 10, 1952.

  iv. MYRA JEAN SINKINSON, b. July 4, 1955.

  35. MURIEL ROSALIE5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2,  JOHN1) was born June 15, 1918, and died February 1, 1961. She married

NORMAN  FHILLIPS March 13, 1948.

  Children of MURIEL SINKINSON and NORMAN FHILLIPS are:

  i. JAMES DOUGLAS6 FHILLIPS, b. June 18, 1949.

  ii. CHERYL COLLEEN FHILLIPS, b. January 23, 1952; m. ALLAN LACHARITY, June  23, 1972.

  36. STEVEN HUGH5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)  was born July 8, 1921. He married RITA MARGARET MCAULEY December 23, 1943.

  Notes for STEVEN HUGH SINKINSON:

  Flight Officer, RCAF

  Children of STEVEN SINKINSON and RITA MCAULEY are:

  i. JOHN STEPHEN6 SINKINSON, b. October 6, 1946.

  ii. DONALD ALAN SINKINSON, b. May 26, 1950.

  37. HAROLD EDWARD5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 26, 1926. He married MARGARET LOCKRIDGE.

  Notes for HAROLD EDWARD SINKINSON:

  Running family farm near Gravelbourge, Saskatchewan in 1973

  Children of HAROLD SINKINSON and MARGARET LOCKRIDGE are:

  i. MARK STEPHEN6 SINKINSON, b. December 17, 1965.

  ii. MAUREEN FRANCES SINKINSON, b. November 11, 1966.

  38. BRENDA EVELYN5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1)  was born September 15, 1931. She married DAVID PATERSON July 3, 1951.

  Notes for DAVID PATERSON:

  Electrical Appliance Repairman

  Children of BRENDA SINKINSON and DAVID PATERSON are:

  i. LESLIE6 PATERSON, b. September 30, 1952.

  ii. HUGH RAYMOND PATERSON, b. February 23, 1954.

  iii. RUSSELL JAMES PATERSON, b. January 9, 1959.

  iv. ELAINE EVELYN PATERSON, b. May 30, 1962.

  39. DOROTHY EDNA5 FOSTER (CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1919. She married (1) ARLEIGH ESCH. She married (2) MARSHALL KRING.

  Child of DOROTHY FOSTER and ARLEIGH ESCH is:

  i. PATRICIA6 ESCH.

  Notes for PATRICIA ESCH:

  In 1970, married with one child

  40. ELIZABETH THERESA5 FOSTER (CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1920 in Saskatchewan. She married VICTOR BIELBY.

  Notes for ELIZABETH THERESA FOSTER:

  In WACs during WWII, met her husband overseas.

  Children of ELIZABETH FOSTER and VICTOR BIELBY are:

  i. JANICE6 BIELBY, b. Abt. 1951; m. LEY MARAGOZIS, February 4, 1972.

  ii. MAUREEN BIELBY, b. 1953.

  Generation No. 6

  41. JANE MCCARROL6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,  JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 24, 1934. She married THOMAS TOMBS in Summerland, B.C..

  Notes for JANE MCCARROL WOOLLIAMS:

  B. Home Economics, UBC;

  Teacher: BC; Ont; Malawi

  Second name, McCarrol, if it had followed the family tradition, should have  been McCarroll.

  Regional Co-ordinator for Western Canada for International Exchange Students  (1998)

  Adult Supporter, PALS (peer ambassador leadership students)

  Children of JANE WOOLLIAMS and THOMAS TOMBS are:

  i. ALASTAIR BEVAN7 TOMBS, b. September 18, 1974, Edmonton, Alberta.

  Notes for ALASTAIR BEVAN TOMBS:

  B.A., University of Alberta; Staff, St. John's School

  Assistant Dean of Residence, St. John's School (1998)

  ii. SARAH DEIRDRE ESTHER TOMBS, b. March 30, 1977, Edmonton, Alberta.

  Notes for SARAH DEIRDRE ESTHER TOMBS:

  Student, Humber College, Toronto, Film Studies (1998)

  42. EWART NEIL6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 30, 1938 in Summerland, B.C., Canada. He married (1) NINA GRANT MCGREGOR August 1, 1970 in Summerland, B.C., Canada.

 He married (2) DOROTHY CLARKE Abt. 1996 in Victoria, British Columbia.

  Notes for EWART NEIL WOOLLIAMS:

  B.Com, UBC; Manager, Douglas Lake Cattle, Co.; Owner, Riverglade Pastoral

 Company, Walcha Australia; Owner, West Rim Express (trucking) Surrey, B.C.;

 President, Canadian Truckers Assn.

  Notes for NINA GRANT MCGREGOR:

  Physiotherapist; Author "Cattle Ranch - a history of the Douglas Lake Cattle  Co.";

  Graduate, Simon Fraser University (Communications and Performing Arts);

 Royal Conservatory certificate "Voice" (teaching). Member, Vancouver, Bach  Choir; Has acted in several productions in Australia and British Columbia;

 Works for Agriculture Canada as communications consultant.

  Notes for DOROTHY CLARKE:

  Dorothy was separated from Dr. Noel Chant when she met Neil. She had five  children by Dr Chant. Justin, Jessica, Jennifer, Josie, J?. Dorothy lived in  Victoria, B.C., and had completed teacher training (fine arts) at the  University of Victoria subsequent to her separation.

  Marriage Notes for EWART WOOLLIAMS and DOROTHY CLARKE:

  See notes on Dorothy Clark. In 1998, Dorothy and Neil had not married, and

 maintained separate residences, his in White Rock and hers in Victoria.

  Children of EWART WOOLLIAMS and NINA MCGREGOR are:

  i. ALUN HALE7 WOOLLIAMS, b. November 1, 1971, Kamloops, B.C.; m. DANA

 HAYWARD, 1996, North Vancouver, B.C..

  Notes for ALUN HALE WOOLLIAMS:

  Graduate, BCIT (Computer Software) Consultant, software design,

  ii. JESSICA HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. December 28, 1973, Kamloops, B.C..

  Notes for JESSICA HALE WOOLLIAMS:

  B.A. (UBC) (Urban Planning, and English)

  iii. GRANT HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. April 8, 1980, Walcha, Australia.

  iv. IAN HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. November 5, 1981, Walcha, Australia.

  43. EDGAR DAVID HALE6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4,  GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 7, 1942 in Summerland, B.C.. He  married MAUREEN GAIL HORTON.

  Notes for EDGAR DAVID HALE WOOLLIAMS:

  B.A., UBC, Economics; Hotel Manager, various locations in British Columbia;

 Accounting Business, Salmon Arm, B.C.

  Notes for MAUREEN GAIL HORTON:

  B. HomeEc., UBC; teacher; Owner/manager "Decor Marketplace", Salmon Arm

B.C.  (and Kelowna, Kamloops, Vancouver and New Westminster)

  Children of EDGAR WOOLLIAMS and MAUREEN HORTON are:

  i. KEVIN ALEXANDER7 WOOLLIAMS, b. October 3, 1970.

  Notes for KEVIN ALEXANDER WOOLLIAMS:

  B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, Carleton University Ottawa; personnel  dept., Real Canadian Superstore

  ii. BRIAN DOUGLAS WOOLLIAMS, b. September 27, 1972.

  Notes for BRIAN DOUGLAS WOOLLIAMS:

  Rotary Exchange Student (Belgium)

  BA, Simon Fraser University (Archaeology)

  Pilot and Flight Instructor (Air Cadets)

  Working in Electronics Store in Vancouver, B.C.

  iii. ANNE ELIZABETH WOOLLIAMS, b. July 31, 1974.

  Notes for ANNE ELIZABETH WOOLLIAMS:

  B.A. Linguistics and English, (hons), McGill University, Montreal

  Masters Candidate, Audiology, Dalhousie, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  44. DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL6 KING (JEAN HETTY5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,  JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 27, 1946 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married IAN  BRYCE MCCRIRICK December 29, 1967 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

  Notes for DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL KING:

  ' "Campbell" was a family name to show I was directly descended from loyalist  Campbells awarded land on Prince Edward Island in 1791 through my Dad's  paternal grandmother's line' ...(e-mail, June 21, 1998)

  More About DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL KING:

  Fact 1: MA (Historical Geography)

  Fact 2: Planner (BC Ministry of Social Services)

  Notes for IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

  ' "Bryce" has been associated the the male McCririck line for  generations"..Donna King McCririck, e-mail, June 21, 1998

  Ian works for a subsidiary of BC Hydro that specializes in power  distribution networks.

  More About IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

  Fact 1: BSc Honours Math, MSc (Bus. Admin)

  Children of DONNA KING and IAN MCCRIRICK are:

  i. NEIL IAN7 MCCRIRICK, b. July 12, 1968, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

  Notes for NEIL IAN MCCRIRICK:

  Graduate, UBC, (political science), and BCIT (industrial design?)

  More About NEIL IAN MCCRIRICK:

  Fact 1: BA (UBC)

  ii. ANDREW BRYCE MCCRIRICK, b. November 27, 1971, Vancouver, B.C..

  More About ANDREW BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

  Fact 1: BA (University of Victoria)

  Fact 2: Dipl. Small Business and Marketing (BC Institute of Technology)

  45. ELEANOR ANN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 31, 1940 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married GEOFFREY M.  ONSLOW SOLLY 1961 in Summerland, B.C..

  Notes for GEOFFREY M. ONSLOW SOLLY:

  B. App Sci, UBC, Engineering. Vice President, Inland Natural Gas, and B.C.  Gas

  Children of ELEANOR BAYNES and GEOFFREY SOLLY are:

  i. PAUL7 SOLLY, b. February 1, 1961; m. HOLLY NELSON, West Vancouver,

 British Columbia, Canada.

  Notes for PAUL SOLLY:

  Employee, B.C. Gas, Squamish, B.C.

  ii. COLIN SOLLY, b. October 28, 1963; m. CORLENE MCILROY, 1996, West  Vancouver, B.C..

  Notes for COLIN SOLLY:

  Construction, Whistler, B.C., Specialist in design and construction of log  houses.

  46. MARGARET RAEBURN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born July 16, 1941 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married ALAN FILMER in  West Vancouver, B.C..

  Notes for MARGARET RAEBURN BAYNES:

  B.A., UBC; teacher; staff trainer, B.C. Gov't, Victoria (1998)

  Notes for ALAN FILMER:

  LLB, UBC; Chief Crown Prosecutor, Province of British Columbia; Provincial

 Court Judge, Victoria, B.C. (1998)

  Children of MARGARET BAYNES and ALAN FILMER are:

  i. CAMERON ALAN7 FILMER, b. February 26, 1967; m. HELENA MATSON.

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Here is what I have been able to uncover about the Baynes family ; Sec. 24,
Tp. 19, Rge.4, W.3, Sask
CH baynes is my father, and Hubert [Jim} George Baynes is my GF.

Generation No. 1


1. JOHN1 BAYNES was born Abt. 1770. He married MARY? HALL November 1, 1793
in Radwinter, Essex.



Children of JOHN BAYNES and MARY? HALL are:

i. THOMAS2 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1790.

ii. SARAH BAYNES, b. 1794.

iii. JOHN BAYNES, b. 1804.

2. iv. JAMES BAYNES, b. Abt. 1808, Radwinter, Essex, England; d. September
24, 1887, Takely, Essex, England.

v. JANE BAYNES, b. 1812.

vi. JULIA BAYNES, b. 1815.



Generation No. 2


2. JAMES2 BAYNES (JOHN1) was born Abt. 1808 in Radwinter, Essex, England,
and died September 24, 1887 in Takely, Essex, England. He married ELIZA
KIMMENCE December 12, 1840 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

Tenant Farmer

1881 British Census

Dwelling: Grange Farm

Census Place, Takeley, Essex, England

Source: FHL Film 1341437 PRO Ref RG11 Place 1813 Page 14

James Baynes M 73 M Radwinter, Essex, England

Eliza Baynes M 69 F Withersfield, Suffolk, England

William Baynes, U, 36 M, Ashdon, Essex, England

Caroline Willis 16 F, Broxted, Essex, England

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

James BAYNES ( / /c1808-24/9/1887) Born at Radwinter ESS ; 1851 Census -
James BAYNES aged 43 with wife and family at Ashdon ESS (PRO
HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - James BAYNES farmer of 138 acres aged 73
with wife and son at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137) ; died
aged 81 at Takeley ESS (1887/3-Dunmow-4a/320). (Probate 1888)





Notes for ELIZA KIMMENCE:

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

= Elizabeth KIMMENCE ( / /c1811- / /1881) (mar / /1840) Born at Withersfield
SFK ; married at Saffron Walden ESS (1840/4-Saffron Walden-12/453) ; 1851
Census - Elizabeth BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Ashdon ESS (PRO
HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Eliza BAYNES aged 69 with husband and son
at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f137) ; died Eliza BAYNES aged 70
at Saffron Walden (1881/1-Saffron Walden-4a/314).



Children of JAMES BAYNES and ELIZA KIMMENCE are:

3. i. GEORGE3 BAYNES, b. 1841, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. January 10, 1922,
Chelmsford, Essex, England.

4. ii. CHARLES BAYNES, b. 1844, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1935, Dunmow,
Essex, England.

5. iii. WILLIAM BAYNES, b. Abt. 1845, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1916.

6. iv. ALFRED BAYNES, b. 1848, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. October 4, 1917,
Little Thurlow, Suffolk, England.

v. EDWARD BAYNES, b. 1851, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. 1899, London City,
London, England.

Notes for EDWARD BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Edward BAYNES ( / /1851- / /1899) Born at Ashdon ESS (1851/1-Saffron
Walden-12/267) ; 1851 Census - Edward BAYNES aged 5 mths with parents at
Ashdon ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; died aged 48 at London City LND
(1899/3-London City-1c/7) .





7. vi. JOSEPH BAYNES, b. Abt. 1853, Ashdon, Essex, England; d. March 14,
1895, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.



Generation No. 3


3. GEORGE3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1841 in Ashdon, Essex, England,
and died January 10, 1922 in Chelmsford, Essex, England. He married HARRIET
AMELIA STAINES 1869 in Braintree, Essex, England, daughter of JAMES STAINES
and SOPHIA PIPER.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

Tenant Farmer, Essex. Family has newspaper clipping referring to prizes won
by George Baynes for his "pigs".

Herts & Essex Observer, Jan 14 1922

"BROXTED"

Death of Mr George Baynes - A wide circle of friends will regreat to learn
of the death of Mr. George Baynes of 64a Springfield road, Chelmsford, which
occurred on Tuesday, after only four days illness, from acute bronchitis.
Mr. Baynes, who had reached the advanced age of 80 years had farmed Broxted
Hall Farm on the Easton Lodge Estate for nearly 30 years and retired 18
months ago, when he went to reside at Chelmsford. His wife died there on
September 26th last. He was a typical Essex farmer, was a well known
attendant at the Bishop's Stortford, Saffron Walden, Dunmow and Braintree
Markets and was greatly respected in agricultural circles throughout the
district. He took great interest in agriculture and stockbreeding generally,
was a noted breeder of Essex pigs, and acted as Judge of Essex Pigs at
various shows in the county, of poultry at Bishop Stortford Christmas
Market, and of cattle and poultry at Dunmow Christmas Market. He leaves a
family of three sons and three daughters....He was a son of the late Mr.
James Baynes and brother of the late Mr. William Baynes of Takely Grange.
The funeral is arranged to take place at Takeley Church today, (Saturday) at
3 O'clock

From Family Tree: George Baynes 2000

George BAYNES ( / /1841-10/1/1922) Born at Ashdon ESS (1841/4-Saffron
Walden-12/202) ; 1851 Census - George BAYNES aged 9 with parents at Ashdon
ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - George BAYNES farm bailiff aged 39
with wife and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died
aged 80 at Chelmsford ESS (1922/1-Chelmsford-4a/930). (Probate 1922)

= Harriett Amelia STAINES (15/2/1842- / /1921) (mar / /1869) Born at Takeley
ESS ; married at Braintree ESS (1869/4-Braintree-4a/635) ; 1881 Census -
Harriett BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS
(PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died aged 79 at Chelmsford ESS
(1921/3-Chelmsford-4a/505).





Notes for HARRIET AMELIA STAINES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Harriett Amelia STAINES (15/2/1842- / /1921) (mar / /1869) Born at Takeley
ESS ; married at Braintree ESS (1869/4-Braintree-4a/635) ; 1881 Census -
Harriett BAYNES aged 39 with husband and family at Hall Farm Stisted ESS
(PRO RG11/1806/f101) ; died aged 79 at Chelmsford ESS
(1921/3-Chelmsford-4a/505).



Children of GEORGE BAYNES and HARRIET STAINES are:

8. i. EDGAR GEORGE4 BAYNES, b. September 13, 1870, Bocking, Essex, England;
d. November 5, 1956, Vancouver, B.C..

ii. JAMES BAYNES, b. 1871, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1947, Epping, Essex,
England; m. JESSICA SPICER, Abt. 1895, Braintree, Essex, England.

Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

Hare Street Farm, Great Parndon (1922)

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

James BAYNES ( / /1872- / /1947) Born at Bocking ESS
(1872/1-Braintree-4a/399) ; 1881 Census - James BAYNES aged 9 with parents
at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101)





Notes for JESSICA SPICER:

Note from Edgar George Baynes to Margaret Anderson (Baynes) Cannon, circa
1950 " Mr and Mrs. Richard H. Cane (Florrie Spicer) (Auntie Jessie's Sister)
"Crofton" Kinnear Road, Inverlieth, Edinburgh. telephone 84885, 3 miles from
Edinburgh. Thier daughter Freda Cane trained as a nurse in Edinburgh, now
assisting on a poultry farm. Addres c/o Mrs. F.M. Scott, Kirkhope, Ettrick,
Selkirkshire, Scotland. E.G. Baynes commented that both senior Canes were
now "old and feeble". EGB would have been supply names addresses to Margaret
in anticipation of she and Harry going there in 1950.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Jessica SPICER ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1895) Born at ? () ; married at
Braintree ESS (1895/1-Braintree-4a/617) ; died at ? () .





iii. ALFRED JOSEPH BAYNES, b. 1873, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1898.

Notes for ALFRED JOSEPH BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Alfred Joseph BAYNES ( / /1873- / / ) Born at Bocking ESS
(1873/3-Braintree-4a/386) ; 1881 Census - Alfred J BAYNES aged 7 with
parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;





iv. KATE AMELIA BAYNES, b. January 11, 1875, Stisted, Essex, England; d.
January 9, 1953, Vancouver, B.C.; m. GEORGE CLIFFORD, 1921.

Notes for KATE AMELIA BAYNES:

Name: KATE AMELIA CLIFFORD Event Date: 1953 1 9 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 77 Gender:
Female Event Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1953-09-001183B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13214 GSU Microfilm Number: 2032863

Kate's husband's death certificate, signed by her brother-in-law, John
Clifford, gives her name maiden name as Katherine Baynes. Kate's death
certificate, signed by her brother lists her as "Kate Amelia". The death
certificate information has it that Kate was in BC for 45 years prior to her
death (since 1908) and in Vancouver since 1918. This is not the same as the
information supplied by her brother-in-law on her husband, George's death
certificate.

At the time of her father's death, in 1922, her father's obituary gave her
address as Regina.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Kate Amelia BAYNES ( / /1875-9/1/1953) Born at Stisted ESS
(1875/1-Braintree-4a/411) ; 1881 Census - Kate A BAYNES aged 6 with parents
at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;





Notes for GEORGE CLIFFORD:

Sergeant, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Last Worked 1935. Lived in
Vancouver 13 yrs prior to death (Since 1935), in Canada 37 years (since
1911). With RCMP 23 years (since 1912).....information supplied by brother,
John Clifford on George's death certificate.

2775 Courtenay Street, Vancouver.



v. HETTY SELINA BAYNES, b. September 20, 1876, Stisted, Essex, England; d.
November 5, 1966, Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for HETTY SELINA BAYNES:

Was a nurse.

Name: HETTY BAYNESEvent Date: 1966 11 5 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 89Gender:
FemaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1966-09-014199B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13280 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033856

Address in 1922 at the time of her Father's death was given as Chelmsford,
Essex.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Hetty Selina BAYNES ( / /1876- / / ) Born at Stisted ESS
(1876/4-Braintree-4a/419) ; 1881 Census - Ellen S BAYNES aged 4 with parents
at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101) ;





vi. LILA BAYNES, b. 1878, Bocking, Essex, England; d. 1930; m. FRAUWEISS,
Budapest.

Notes for LILA BAYNES:

At the time of her father's death, in 1922, Lila was listed in her father's
obituary as Mrs. Frauweiss of Vienna.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Eliza BAYNES ( / /1878- / / ) Born at Stisted ESS (1878/3-Braintree-4a/413)
; 1881 Census - Eliza BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS
(PRO RG11/1806/f101)





9. vii. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1885, Essex, England; d. 1965.

4. CHARLES3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1844 in Ashdon, Essex, England,
and died 1935 in Dunmow, Essex, England. He married AMELIA.

Notes for CHARLES BAYNES:

1881 British Census

Dwelling: Coopers Road, Colchester Hall Farm House

Census Place, Takeley, Essex, England

FHL Film 1341437 PRO Ref RG11 Place 1813 Folio 124 Page11

Charles Baynes, M, 37, M, Ashdon, Essex, England

Amelia Baynes, M. 34, M, Withersfield, Suffolk, England

John Baynes, 5, M, Takeley, Essex, England

George Baynes, 4, M, Takeley, Essex, England

Joseph Baynes, 2, M, Takeley, Essex, England

Emma Baynes, 1, F, Takeley, Essex, England

Thomas Baynes 10m, M, Takeley, Essex, England

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Charles BAYNES ( / /1844- / /1935) Born at Ashdon ESS (1844/1-Saffron
Walden-12/251) ; 1851 Census - Charles BAYNES aged 5 with parents at Ashdon
ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Charles BAYNES farmer of 120 acres
aged 37 with wife and family at Coopers Road Colchester Hall Farm House
Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124) ; died aged 91 at Dunmow ESS
(1935/2-Dunmow-4a/913) .





Notes for AMELIA:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Amelia ( / /c1837- / /1883) (mar / / ) Born at Withersfield SFK ; married at
? () ; 1881 Census - Amelia BAYNES aged 44 with husband and family at
Coopers Road Colchester Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124) ;
died aged 46 at Dunmow ESS (1883/2-Dunmow-4a/307) .



Children of CHARLES BAYNES and AMELIA are:

i. JOHN4 BAYNES, b. 1875, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for JOHN BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

John BAYNES ( / /1875- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1875/4-Dunmow-4a/412) ;
1881 Census - John BAYNES aged 5 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





ii. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1876, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

George BAYNES ( / /1876- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1876/4-Dunmow-4a/433) ;
1881 Census - George BAYNES aged 4 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





iii. JOSEPH BAYNES, b. 1878, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Joseph BAYNES ( / /1878- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1878/2-Dunmow-4a/481) ;
1881 Census - Joseph BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





iv. EMMA BAYNES, b. 1879, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for EMMA BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Emma BAYNES ( / /1879- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1879/2-Dunmow-4a/482) ;
1881 Census - Emma BAYNES aged 1 with parents at Coopers Road Colchester
Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)





v. THOMAS BAYNES, b. 1880, Takely, Essex, England.

Notes for THOMAS BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Thomas BAYNES ( / /1880- / / ) Born at Takeley ESS (1880/2-Dunmow-4a/507) ;
1881 Census - Thomas BAYNES aged 10 mths with parents at Coopers Road
Colchester Hall Farm House Takeley ESS (PRO RG11/1813/f124)







5. WILLIAM3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1845 in Ashdon, Essex,
England, and died 1916.

Notes for WILLIAM BAYNES:

In his brother George's obituary, 1922. William is listed as the late
William Baynes of Takely Grange. William appears as a resident at Takely
Grange in the 1881 Census of England. His father, James Baynes is listed as
the head of family.

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

William BAYNES ( / /c1845- / / ) Born at Ashdon ESS () ; 1881 Census -
William BAYNES aged 36 with parents at Grange Farm Takeley ESS (PRO
RG11/1813/f137)





Child of WILLIAM BAYNES is:

10. i. JAMES4 BAYNES, b. 1887; d. 1983.

6. ALFRED3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1848 in Ashdon, Essex, England,
and died October 4, 1917 in Little Thurlow, Suffolk, England. He married
JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE.

Notes for ALFRED BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Alfred BAYNES ( / /1848-4/10/1917) Born at Arden? ESS (1848/3-Saffron
Walden-12/235) ; 1851 Census - Alphred BAYNES aged 2 with parents at Ashdon
ESS (PRO HO107/1786/f536) ; 1881 Census - Alfred BAYNES harness maker aged
34 with wife and family at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ;
died a saddler aged 69 at Little Thurlow SFK (1917/4-Risbridge-4a/837) .
(Probate 1917)





Notes for JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Jane ( / /c1849- / / ) (mar / / ) Born at Bartlow CAM ; married at ? ; 1881
Census - Jane BAYNES aged 32 with husband and family at Street Little
Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and JANE ALFBAYNESWIFE are:

i. HETTY4 BAYNES, b. 1872, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for HETTY BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Hetty BAYNES ( / /1872- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1872/3-Risbridge-4a/454) ; 1881 Census - Hetty BAYNES aged 8 with parents
at Street Little Thurlow SFK





11. ii. WILLIAM JAMES BAYNES, b. 1873, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

12. iii. ARTHUR BAYNES, b. March 4, 1875, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d.
September 16, 1956, Sudbury, Suffolk, England.

iv. ELIZA DORCAS BAYNES, b. 1878, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1878,
Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ELIZA DORCAS BAYNES:

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Eliza Dorcas BAYNES ( /11/1878- / /1878) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1878/4-Risbridge-4a/513) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK
(1878/4-Risbridge-4a/304) .





v. CHRISTOPHER BAYNES, b. 1880, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1884,
Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for CHRISTOPHER BAYNES:

Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000





vi. GEORGE BAYNES, b. 1883, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1883, Risbridge,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

George BAYNES ( /3/1883- / /1883) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1883/1-Risbridge-4a/593) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK
(1883/1-Risbridge-4a/337) .





vii. ALICE BAYNES, b. 1886, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1886, Risbridge,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for ALICE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Alice BAYNES ( /2/1886- / /1886) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1886/1-Risbridge-4a/652) ; died aged 0 at Risbridge SFK
(1886/1-Risbridge-4a/419) .





viii. ADA JANE BAYNES, b. 1887, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; m. ARTHUR
KETRIDGE, 1909, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ADA JANE BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

3 Ada Jane BAYNES ( /3/1877- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1877/1-Risbridge-4a/518) ; 1881 Census - Ada Jane BAYNES aged 4 with
parents at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; died at ? .





Notes for ARTHUR KETRIDGE:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes

Arthur KETRIDGE ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1909) Born at ? ; married at Risbridge
SFK (1909/3-Risbridge-4a/1681) ; died at ? .



13. ix. ALFRED EDWARD BAYNES, b. 1887, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. Bef.
1987, England.

14. x. EDGAR CHARLES BAYNES, b. 1889, Risbridge, Suffolk, England; d. 1957,
Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, England.

7. JOSEPH3 BAYNES (JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1853 in Ashdon, Essex,
England, and died March 14, 1895 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex1. He married
EMMA MATTHEWS February 8, 1883 in West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England.

Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES:

Will registered in probate index, 1895, Draper of Sunbury, Middlesex

1881 British Census:

Dwelling: Market Place

Census Place: Newbury, Berkshire, England

Source: FHL Film 1341309 PRO REF RG11 Piece 1269 Folio 108 Page 131

John Burgess U 49 M Barley, Hertford, England

Rel: Head

Occ: Draper & Clothier Empl 8 Men

...

Joseph Baynes U 27 M Ashdon, Essex, England

Rel: Serv

Occ: Drapers Assistant

(plus 7 others)

Joseph's future wife, Emma Matthews worked as a draper's assistant in an
adjacent establishment in Newbury, Berkshire.





Notes for EMMA MATTHEWS:

1881 British Census

Dwelling: Market Place

Census Place: Newbury, Berkshire, England

Source: FHL Film 1341309 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1270 Folio 22 Page 10

Tryphena Matthews U 25 F West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England

Rel: Head

Occ: Milliner, Head & C To A Jackson Drapers.

Emma Matthews U 21 F West Knoyle, Wiltshire, England

Rel: Assistant

Occ: Drapers assistant

and 8 others,

The occupants of this dwelling are all unmarried females ranging in age
between 19 and 25. It is probable that Tryphena and Emma Matthews are
related. It may be that Emma Matthews and Joseph Baynes, her future husband,
are working for the same firm, located at Market Place in Newbury,
Berkshire, and that the firm maintains separate residences for men and
women.

In 1897, two years following Joseph's death, Emma remarried. Around 1905,
she and Albert Mead, her second husband, and their family migrated to
Canada, settling first in Winnepeg and later homesteading in Saskatchewan.
Emma had children by Albert.



Marriage Notes for JOSEPH BAYNES and EMMA MATTHEWS:

Marriage performed by Rev. G.A. Vander Meulen, at the parish church, West
Knoyle Wiltshire



Children of JOSEPH BAYNES and EMMA MATTHEWS are:

15. i. HUBERT GEORGE4 BAYNES, b. January 28, 1884, Sunbury- on-Thames,
Middlesex, England; d. January 4, 1967, Prince George, BC, Canada.

ii. MARGUERITE BAYNES, b. June 30, 1885, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
August 4, 1886, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

16. iii. WALTER BAYNES, b. August 1886, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
January 14, 1980, Breton, Alberta, Canada.

iv. KATHERINE ELSIE BAYNES, b. February 1889, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
March 21, 1889, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex.

v. DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNES, b. May 11, 1890, Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex; d.
1979; m. ERNEST CHARLES JACQUES, September 29, 1920, Sapperton, B.C..

Notes for DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNES:

Raised the four children of Ernest Jacques from his first marriage.
According to the Meade-Matthews Genealogy, there was a very strong and
positive relationship between the children, Dorothea and the rest of the
Meade and Baynes families in Canada.





Notes for ERNEST CHARLES JACQUES:

Name: ERNEST CHARLES JACQUESEvent Date: 1966 12 18 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 81Gender:
MaleEvent Place: NEW WESTMINSTER Reg. Number: 1966-09-016460B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13281 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033857

WWI Veteran, married Dorothea Baynes following the death of his first wife,
Zoe Stack of Dublin, Ireland



Marriage Notes for DOROTHEA BAYNES and ERNEST JACQUES:

Groom Name: ERNEST CHARLES JACQUESBride Name: DOROTHEA EDNA BAYNESEvent
Date: 1920 9 29 (Yr/Mo/Day)Event Place: SAPPERTON Reg. Number:
1920-09-219476B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B12905 GSU Microfilm Number:
2032874



17. vi. EVELYN LOUISE BAYNES, b. November 15, 1891, Sunbury, Middlesex,
Essex; d. Victoria, BC, Canada.

18. vii. CLARICE THERESA BAYNES, b. February 21, 1895, Sunbury, Middlesex,
Essex; d. October 27, 1961, Canada.



Generation No. 4


8. EDGAR GEORGE4 BAYNES (GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 13, 1870
in Bocking, Essex, England, and died November 5, 1956 in Vancouver, B.C.. He
married MARGARET ANDERSON MCALPINE April 15, 1899 in Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES:

Arrived in teens from England with Uncle Franklin; was trained as carpenter
and worked in construction in Vancouver before establishing his own company
with W. Horie.

First contract included construction of lighthouse at the entrance to
Naniamo Harbour.

Named "Good Citizen of Year" in Vancouver (1944) for services to community.

Kluckner, Micheal, "Vanishing Vancouver", Whitecap Books Ltd, Vancouver,
1990, pp 23

"Edgar George Baynes, (1870-1956) was born in Bocking, Essex, apprenticed to
a builder there at the age of 14, came to Vancouver when he was nineteen and
was one of the first homesteaders in the Squamish River Valley, then
organized his partnership wim W.M Horie two years later in 1891...Their
firm, Baynes and Horie also completed a number of major paving contracts and
was carried on after the founders retirement by their two sons.

During the year that his firm was building the Craftsman house illustrated
here (1912) Baynes was building the Hotel Grosvenor on Howe Street...which
he both owned and operated. ..He was a member of the Vancouver Parks
Commission from 1924 until 1940, and was Vancouver's "Good Citizen" of
1944...

Baynes's own house at 1200 West Broadway was something of a landmark until
its recent demolition (1987)..."

Note, the Baynes family home was given to the YWCA by Margaret McAlpine
Baynes after the death of E.G. Baynes with the proviso that it not be sold
until twenty years after her death. The property was sold, and the house
demolished in 1987. During the YMCA occupancy, the house served as an Indian
Social Centre, as a Centre for Hungarian Refugees, and as a Woman's Shelter.

Kluckner's book also contains a photograph and article on the Hotel
Grosvenor, 840 Howe Street. (pp 39).

The Hotel Grosvenor was demolished in 1983.

Kluckner, Micheal, "Vancouver, The Way It Was", Whitecap Books, 1984, also
contains photographs showing the Hotel Grosvenor, pp47, 114,

Name: EDGAR GEORGE BAYNESEvent Date: 1956 11 5 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 85Gender:
MaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1956-09-012004B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13230 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033146

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000):

Edgar George BAYNES ( / /1870- / / ) Born at Bocking ESS
(1870/3-Braintree-4a/408) ; 1881 Census - Edgar G BAYNES aged 10 with
parents at Hall Farm Stisted ESS (PRO RG11/1806/f101)



More About EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES:

Fact 1: 1891, Partner, Baynes and Horie Construction

Fact 2: Partner, Port Haney Brick and Tile Co.

Fact 3: 1912-1957, Owner/MGr. Hotel Grosvenor, 1912-1957

Fact 4: Parks Commissioner, City of Vancouver

Fact 5: 1944, "Good Citizen", Vancouver, 1944

Fact 6: Life Member: BCAA, PNE

Fact 7: Peoples Warden, Holy Trinitiy Anglican Church, Vancouver

Fact 8: Owner, operator, Douglas Lodge, Fort St. James, B.C.

Notes for MARGARET ANDERSON MCALPINE:

Name: MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNESEvent Date: 1967 8 30 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age:
93Gender: FemaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1967-09-011167B.C.
Archives Microfilm Number: B13285 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033929



Marriage Notes for EDGAR BAYNES and MARGARET MCALPINE:

Married at First Presbyterian Church in Vancouver. This church is now First
United. Margaret was given away by her Charles Woodward, the founder of the
Woodward Department Stores, who was a family friend, and whose deceased
wife, was a distant relative on the " Anderson" side of the family. Lily
McAlpine, Margaret's mother, looked after Charles Woodward's children when
he moved to Vancouver to set up business. Charles' children remained life
long friends of Margaret and her husband, Edgar George Baynes.

1

Groom Name: EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES

Bride Name: MARGARET ANDERSO MCALPIN

Event Date: 1899 4 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)

Event Place: VANCOUVER

Reg. Number: 1899-09-227593

B.C. Archives Microfilm Number: B12906 GSU Microfilm Number: 2032869



Children of EDGAR BAYNES and MARGARET MCALPINE are:

19. i. DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, b. February 16, 1903, Vancouver, B.C.; d.
December 30, 1989, Summerland, B.C..

20. ii. JEAN HETTY BAYNES, b. October 22, 1904, Vancouver, B.C.; d. 1995,
Vancouver, B.C..

21. iii. GEORGE EDGAR BAYNES, b. March 1, 1907, Vancouver, B.C..

22. iv. MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES, b. October 23, 1909, Vancouver, B.C.; d.
1990, Abbotsford, British Columbia.

9. GEORGE4 BAYNES (GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1885 in Essex, England,
and died 1965. He married (1) MABEL KING. He married (2) EDITH CHAPMAN.

Notes for GEORGE BAYNES:

Priors Hall, Lindsell, Essex, 1922

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

George BAYNES ( / /1885- / /1965 ) Born at ? (1885/2-Braintree-4a/528)





Child of GEORGE BAYNES and MABEL KING is:

23. i. JEAN5 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1925.

Children of GEORGE BAYNES and EDITH CHAPMAN are:

ii. ROBERTA5 BAYNES, b. 1919, England; m. ERIC TOBITT.

Notes for ROBERTA BAYNES:

Letter to Robert Cannon from Jane Woolliams, Feb 2000. The luncheon took
place in 1999 when Jane and her daughter visited England for a Woolliams
reunion.

"this is just a quick note to say that Deirdre and I were treated to a very
nice lunch in a neighbouring pub by Bobbie and Eric Tobbit in Reading when
we were in England. Bobbie is the daughter of Grandfather's youngest brother
and is the spitting image of Aunt Hettie, hairdo and all, except that she is
more petite. I did get one photo of them. Before Deirdre arrived, I also had
lunch with her brother and family in Feering, Essex. He has a 'Baynes' look
about him."





iii. WILLIAM BAYNES, b. 1921, Coggeshall, England; m. JESSICA.

Notes for WILLIAM BAYNES:

A note (1950) from Edgar George Baynes to his daughter, Margaret Anderson
(Baynes) Cannon says that:

Mr. and Mrs. Geo Baynes, Domesay Farm, Feering, Kelvedon, Colchester, Essex
have a daughter:

Jessie who is married to Mr. Eric Tobit of 4 Aberley House, Worcester Road,
Malvern Worcs.

and a son:

Bill Baynes, age 26, who is a good farm worker near home.







10. JAMES4 BAYNES (WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1887, and died 1983.

Notes for JAMES BAYNES:

Cranbrook





Children of JAMES BAYNES are:

24. i. FRANK5 BAYNES, b. 1928.

ii. BETTY BAYNES, b. 1933.

11. WILLIAM JAMES4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1873 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England. He married WILLSWIFE CAMP 1906 in Risbridge,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for WILLIAM JAMES BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

William James BAYNES ( /11/1873- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1873/4-Risbridge-4a/427) ; 1881 Census - William James BAYNES aged 7 with
parents at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; a saddler c1917





Notes for WILLSWIFE CAMP:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

CAMP ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1906) Born at ? ; married at Risbridge SFK
(1906/2-Risbridge-4a/1535)



Children of WILLIAM BAYNES and WILLSWIFE CAMP are:

i. KATHLEEN5 BAYNES, b. 1912, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England; m.
KATBAYNESHUSB CAMP, 1938, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Kathleen A BAYNES ( / /1912- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1912/4-Bishops Stortford-3a/1414)





Marriage Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES and KATBAYNESHUSB CAMP:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

CAMP ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1938) Born at ? () ; married at Bishops
Stortford, HRT (1938/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/2965)



ii. WILLIAM J. BAYNES, b. 1917, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for WILLIAM J. BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

William J BAYNES ( / /1917- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1917/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1129)







12. ARTHUR4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 4, 1875 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died September 16, 1956 in Sudbury,
Suffolk, England. He married CARRIE BIRD.

Notes for ARTHUR BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Arthur BAYNES (4/3/1875-16/9/1956) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1875/2-Risbridge-4a/475) ; 1881 Census - Arthur BAYNES aged 6 with parents
at Street Little Thurlow SFK (PRO RG11/1823/f18) ; a saddler c1917 ; died
aged 81 at Sudbury SFK (1956/3-Sudbury-4a/802) .





Notes for CARRIE BIRD:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes (2000)

Carrie BIRD (18/4/1878-11/5/1933) (mar / / ) Born at ? daughter of Edmund
and Maria () ;



Children of ARTHUR BAYNES and CARRIE BIRD are:

25. i. ALFRED EDMUND5 BAYNES, b. June 14, 1905, Risbridge, Suffolk, England;
d. October 5, 1979, England.

ii. HETTY MARGARET BAYNES, b. September 17, 1909, Risbridge, Suffolk,
England; d. December 20, 1985, Southhampton, Hampshire, England; m. JOHN
THOMAS SCRIVENER, July 29, 1933, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for HETTY MARGARET BAYNES:

Hetty Margaret BAYNES (17/9/1909-20/12/1985) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1909/4-Risbridge-4a/860)





Notes for JOHN THOMAS SCRIVENER:

John Thomas SCRIVENER (4/8/1907-8/4/1971) (mar 29/7/1933) Born at ? () ;
married at Risbridge, SFK (1933/3-Risbridge-4a/2717



iii. EDGAR GEORGE BAYNES, b. June 6, 1911, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

26. iv. KATHLEEN MARY BAYNES, b. January 27, 1913, Risbridge, Suffolk,
England; d. September 21, 1977, Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

13. ALFRED EDWARD4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1887 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died Bef. 1987 in England. He married DAISY
CAWCUTT 1916 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for ALFRED EDWARD BAYNES:

Alfred Edward BAYNES ( /2/1887- / / ) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1887/2-Risbridge-4a/651





Notes for DAISY CAWCUTT:

Daisy CAWCUTT ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1916) Born at ? () ; married at Bishops
Stortford, HRT (1916/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1465)



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and DAISY CAWCUTT are:

i. DAISY H.5 BAYNES, b. 1917, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England; m.
WILLIAM NUNN, 1941, Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

Notes for DAISY H. BAYNES:

Daisy H BAYNES ( / /1917- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1917/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1137)





Notes for WILLIAM NUNN:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

William J NUNN ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1941) Born at ? () ; married at Safforn
Walden, ESS (1941/3-Saffron Walden-4a/3059)



27. ii. ALFRED SPENCER BAYNES, b. 1919, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire,
England.

iii. BETTY N BAYNES, b. 1921, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for BETTY N BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Betty N BAYNES ( / /1921- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1921/1-Bishops Stortford-3a/1352)





iv. KATHLEEN BAYNES, b. 1923, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for KATHLEEN BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Kathleen BAYNES ( / /1923- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1923/2-Bishops Stortford-3a/1282)





v. ROY BAYNES, b. 1931, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for ROY BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by Roy Baynes

Roy BAYNES ( / /1931- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT (1931/4-Bishops
Stortford-3a/1185)




14. EDGAR CHARLES4 BAYNES (ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1889 in
Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died 1957 in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire,
England. He married ELIZA PAYNE 1917 in Hammersmith, London, England.

Notes for EDGAR CHARLES BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes

Edgar Charles BAYNES ( /9/1889- / /1957) Born at Risbridge SFK
(1889/3-Risbridge-4a/634) ; died aged 68 at Newmarket CAM
(1957/4-Newmarket-4b/1080) .





Child of EDGAR BAYNES and ELIZA PAYNE is:

i. EDITH H.5 BAYNES, b. 1919, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for EDITH H. BAYNES:

Edith H BAYNES ( / /1918- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1918/3-Risbridge-4a/1177)







15. HUBERT GEORGE4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 28, 1884
in Sunbury- on-Thames, Middlesex, England, and died January 4, 1967 in
Prince George, BC, Canada2. He married GERTRUDE VICTORIA SCHOFIELD May 1915
in Gravelburg, Saskatchewan, Canada.



Children of HUBERT BAYNES and GERTRUDE SCHOFIELD are:

28. i. CHARLES HUBERT5 BAYNES, b. August 28, 1916, Palmer, SK, Canada.

29. ii. EVA HAZEL BAYNES, b. March 23, 1920, Palmer, SK, Canada; d. August
16, 1994, Kamloops, BC, Canada.

30. iii. HETTY ELIZABETH BAYNES, b. August 25, 1926, Palmer, SK, Canada.

16. WALTER4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 1886 in Sunbury,
Middlesex, Essex, and died January 14, 1980 in Breton, Alberta, Canada. He
married LILLIAN DUDLEY 1916 in Moose Jaw, Sask, Canada.

Notes for WALTER BAYNES:

Homesteaded in Saskatchewan; farmed near Breton, AB, Canada; bought and ran
hardware store and acted as notary public in Breton; retired to Weaskiwin,
AB





Notes for LILLIAN DUDLEY:

R.N.



Children of WALTER BAYNES and LILLIAN DUDLEY are:

31. i. NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, b. October 6, 1916, Canada.

32. ii. JOSEPH WALTER BAYNES, b. October 9, 1919, Canada.

33. iii. MARY LILLIAN BAYNES, b. April 14, 1923, Canada.

17. EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born November 15,
1891 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex, and died in Victoria, BC, Canada. She
married RICHARD PENNINGTON SINKINSON December 29, 1914 in Canada.



Children of EVELYN BAYNES and RICHARD SINKINSON are:

34. i. RICHARD LIONEL5 SINKINSON, b. November 17, 1915, Canada.

ii. PHYLIS SYLVIA SINKINSON, b. May 7, 1917; m. JOHN MCKENZIE, December 27,
1965.

Notes for PHYLIS SYLVIA SINKINSON:

School teacher, worked with retarded children





35. iii. MURIEL ROSALIE SINKINSON, b. June 15, 1918; d. February 1, 1961.

36. iv. STEVEN HUGH SINKINSON, b. July 8, 1921.

37. v. HAROLD EDWARD SINKINSON, b. August 26, 1926.

38. vi. BRENDA EVELYN SINKINSON, b. September 15, 1931.

18. CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES (JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 21,
1895 in Sunbury, Middlesex, Essex, and died October 27, 1961 in Canada. She
married GEORGE FOSTER.



Notes for GEORGE FOSTER:

Son of an English Policeman, homesteaded in Saskatchewan near Hubert and Walter Baynes, killed in an automobile accident along with their son,
Robert.



Children of CLARICE BAYNES and GEORGE FOSTER are:

i. ROBERT EDWARD5 FOSTER, b. 1917; d. October 27, 1961; m. BERYL BARBOUR.

Notes for ROBERT EDWARD FOSTER:

In RCAF in WWII; died in an automobile accident with his parents in 1961





Notes for BERYL BARBOUR:

Widow with one son from previous marriage



ii. DAVID FOSTER, b. 1918.

39. iii. DOROTHY EDNA FOSTER, b. 1919.

40. iv. ELIZABETH THERESA FOSTER, b. 1920, Saskatchewan.



Generation No. 5


19. DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born February 16, 1903 in Vancouver, B.C., and died December 30, 1989 in Summerland, B.C.. She married GEORGE EWART WOOLLIAMS.

Notes for DORIS LILIAN BAYNES:

Graduate, UBC, (Great Trekker).;and U of T. (Social Work?)





Notes for GEORGE EWART WOOLLIAMS:

Plant Pathologist, Summerland Research Station, Summerland B.C. declined PHD when research similar to that done on his thesis was published before its publication.

According to Neil Woolliams, his dad was known as "George" until he entered school at age 9. Evidently he was teased so unmercifully as "Georgie
Porgie.." that his mother at that moment decided to have him go by his
second name, Ewart. He was known as Ewart Woolliams, ever after.



Children of DORIS BAYNES and GEORGE WOOLLIAMS are:

41. i. JANE MCCARROL6 WOOLLIAMS, b. August 24, 1934.

42. ii. EWART NEIL WOOLLIAMS, b. April 30, 1938, Summerland, B.C., Canada.

43. iii. EDGAR DAVID HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. October 7, 1942, Summerland, B.C..

20. JEAN HETTY5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
October 22, 1904 in Vancouver, B.C., and died 1995 in Vancouver, B.C.. She
married ALLAN BUTLER KING.

Notes for JEAN HETTY BAYNES:

Suffered from fever during infancy. Reputedly the smartest of the daughters
of E.G. Baynes before being damaged by the fever.





Notes for ALLAN BUTLER KING:

Donna King McCririck..."I tried once to capture his life as I knew
him....all I could write about was our incredible garden, where he grew
probably the largest selection of fruits, vegetables, perennials & annuals
to be found on any 50 foot city in Canada - and all without benefit of a
car!" (e-mail to R.Cannon, June 28, 1998).

Name: ALAN BUTLER KINGEvent Date: 1965 3 15 (Yr/Mo/Day)Age: 64Gender:
MaleEvent Place: VANCOUVER Reg. Number: 1965-09-003783B.C. Archives
Microfilm Number: B13271 GSU Microfilm Number: 2033724



Child of JEAN BAYNES and ALLAN KING is:

44. i. DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL6 KING, b. January 27, 1946, Vancouver, B.C..

21. GEORGE EDGAR5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
March 1, 1907 in Vancouver, B.C.. He married JEAN CAMERON CAMERON.

Notes for GEORGE EDGAR BAYNES:

B. Ap. Science (Civil Engineering), UBC.

Past President, UBC Alumnae Assn.

President, Baynes and Manning Construction (B.C. and Alberta)

President, Hotel Grosvenor, Stisted Limited, Port Haney Brick and Tile.

? city councillor, West Vancouver.

Orchardist.


Notes for JEAN CAMERON CAMERON:

teacher, graduate of UBC. Her initial job was in Merritt, BC,

Daughter of a (Presbyterian?) Minister.

Jean, following her marriage to Ted Baynes, had her name legally changed
from Jean Hamilton Baynes to Jean Cameron Baynes.


Children of GEORGE BAYNES and JEAN CAMERON are:

i. DUNCAN CAMERON6 BAYNES, b. December 17, 1936, Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for DUNCAN CAMERON BAYNES:

B. App Sci (Civil Engineering); Engineer, Stelco (Hamilton); D.C. Baynes
Construction (British Columbia); Rancher, Riske Creek, B.C.





45. ii. ELEANOR ANN BAYNES, b. March 31, 1940, Vancouver, B.C..

46. iii. MARGARET RAEBURN BAYNES, b. July 16, 1941, Vancouver, B.C..

47. iv. JEANETTE ETHELWYN BAYNES, b. September 6, 1946, North Vancouver,
B.C..

22. MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES (EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was
born October 23, 1909 in Vancouver, B.C., and died 1990 in Abbotsford,
British Columbia. She married HARRY ELMO CANNON September 26 in Vancouver,
B.C..

Notes for MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES:

Member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at UBC.

Very proud of graduating with first class honours in nursing at UBC (1933).
Margaret was left handed and had a difficult time in her early schooling.
She was eventually sent to a school in New Westminster from which she graduated.

According to the family stories, she met Harry Cannon while cutting his hair
during her practicum year at Vancouver General Hospital.

She was well respected as a manager, and during her university days and
early in her marriage managed the family hunting lodge at Fort St. James
(Douglas Lodge) during the summer months.

Later, for a period of time after her father's death, she served as
President of the Hotel Grosvenor Company, and was much involved in the
renovations that contributed to the Hotel's success during the 1960's and
1970's



More About MARGARET ANDERSON BAYNES:

Fact 1: 1933, BSc Honours (Nursing) UBC

Notes for HARRY ELMO CANNON:

M.D., graduate of University of Manitoba. Practiced in Quesnel, B.C.,
(locum) and Blakeburn, B.C., before establishing a practice in Abbotsford,
B.C., in 1938. He pioneered the concept of a Medical Clinic in Abbotsford,
working at first with two other doctors, John McRea and Ken Blanchard. His
idea was to combine specialty services to better serve his patients with a
medical team. In 1950 he went to the University of Edinburgh Medical school to specialize in surgery. At the time of his retirement, 11 doctors were members of the "Cannon Clinic", In 1969, Harry was name "Freeman" of the Municipality of Matsqui, in recognition of his service to the community. He was the first person to be so honored.


More About HARRY ELMO CANNON:

Fact 1: MD, Graduate of U of Manitoba

Fact 2: First Freeman, District of Matsqui, B.C.

Fact 3: Refused to Accept Queen's Jubilee Silver Medal

Fact 4: Founder, Cannon Clinic, Abbotsford, B.C.

Marriage Notes for MARGARET BAYNES and HARRY CANNON:

Married at Holy Trinity, Anglican Church, at 10 in the morning. The church,
where her father was for many years, People's Warden, was located on Pine Street in Vancouver, and has subsequently been sold.



Children of MARGARET BAYNES and HARRY CANNON are:

48. i. ROBERT DENISON6 CANNON, b. March 30, 1941, Vancouver, B.C..

49. ii. PETER JOHN CANNON, b. April 17, 1944, Vancouver, B.C..

50. iii. BETTY LOUISE CANNON, b. April 29, 1947, Vancouver, B.C..

23. JEAN5 BAYNES (GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1925. She
married GEORGE OLIVER.



Children of JEAN BAYNES and GEORGE OLIVER are:

i. TED6 OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

ii. GORDON OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

iii. ROBERT OLIVER, b. Abt. 1950.

24. FRANK5 BAYNES (JAMES4, WILLIAM3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1928.



Child of FRANK BAYNES is:

i. CHARLOTTE6 BAYNES, b. 1954.

25. ALFRED EDMUND5 BAYNES (ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June
14, 1905 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died October 5, 1979 in
England. He married ALICE KIMMENCE 1927 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ALFRED EDMUND BAYNES:

Alfred Edmund BAYNES (14/5/1905-5/10/1979) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1905/2-Risbridge-4a/894)


Notes for ALICE KIMMENCE:

Alice KIMMENCE (17/3/ -2/5/1980) (mar / /1927) Born at ? () ; married at
Risbridge, SFK (1927/2-Risbridge-4a/2119)



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and ALICE KIMMENCE are:

i. ARTHUR L.6 BAYNES, b. 1927, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for ARTHUR L. BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes:

Arthur L BAYNES ( / /1927- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK



ii. MARGARET J. BAYNES, b. 1933, Risbridge, Suffolk, England.

Notes for MARGARET J. BAYNES:

Margaret J BAYNES ( / /1933- / / ) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1933/2-Risbridge-4a/1376)



26. KATHLEEN MARY5 BAYNES (ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January
27, 1913 in Risbridge, Suffolk, England, and died September 21, 1977 in
Leeds, Yorkshire, England. She married LESLIE NUNN 1937 in Haverhill,
Suffolk, England.

Notes for KATHLEEN MARY BAYNES:

Kathleen Mary BAYNES (27/1/1913-21/9/1977) Born at Risbridge, SFK
(1913/1-Risbridge-4a/1716)m ; died at ? () ; buried at Haverhill Cemetery ,
Methodist Burial. Very active in church..





Notes for LESLIE NUNN:

Lesley NUNN (3/2/1911-28/10/1955) (mar / /1937) Born at ? () ; married at
Haverhill, SFK (1937/1-Risbridge-4a/1_75) ; died at ? () ; buried at
Haverhill Cemetery .



Child of KATHLEEN BAYNES and LESLIE NUNN is:

51. i. JOHN6 NUNN, b. Aft. 1937, Suffolk, England.

27. ALFRED SPENCER5 BAYNES (ALFRED EDWARD4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
1919 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, England. He married ALFSWIFE ALLEN
1942 in Crosby, Lancashire, England.

Notes for ALFRED SPENCER BAYNES:

From Family Tree prepared by George Baynes, 2000

Alfred Spencer BAYNES ( / /1919- / / ) Born at Bishops Stortford, HRT
(1919/1-Bishops Stortford-3a/899)



Marriage Notes for ALFRED BAYNES and ALFSWIFE ALLEN:

ALLEN ( / / - / / ) (mar / /1942) Born at ? () ; married at Crosby, LAN
(1942/2-Crosby-8b/1427)



Children of ALFRED BAYNES and ALFSWIFE ALLEN are:

i. ROBIN S6 BAYNES, b. 1945, Crosby, Lancashire, England.

Notes for ROBIN S BAYNES:

Robin S BAYNES ( / /1945/3- / / ) Born at Crosby, LAN (1945/3-Crosby-8b/914)



ii. ALLEN R. BAYNES, b. 1951, North Liverpool, Lancashire, England.

Notes for ALLEN R. BAYNES:

Allen R BAYNES ( / /1951- / / ) Born at North Liverpool, LAN
(1951/3-Liverpool N-10d/167)







28. CHARLES HUBERT5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
August 28, 1916 in Palmer, SK, Canada. He married DORIS BURA April 17, 1941 in London England.


Notes for DORIS BURA:

Father was from Romania and arrived in England on the same ship as Edward G.
Robinson, who became a film star. Father changed the family name from Arub to Bura when he arrived in England.

**** My Father **** currently resides in White rock BC
=========================================================
Children of CHARLES BAYNES and DORIS BURA are:

52. i. CHRISTINE VICTORIA6 BAYNES, b. January 20, 1942, Redhill, London,
England.

*** 53. ii. MICHAEL CHARLES BAYNES, b. October 25, 1945, Victoria, BC, Canada.

29. EVA HAZEL5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born
March 23, 1920 in Palmer, SK, Canada, and died August 16, 1994 in Kamloops,
BC, Canada. She met (1) DAVID TREEN Aft. 1945 in Duncan, BC, Canada. She
married (2) PERRY LYPPS Abt. 1970 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.

Notes for EVA HAZEL BAYNES:

Expert swimmer and saved a man from drowning in Cordova Bay, and two boys from drowning in Langford Lake. Later shot a bear attacking a calf on a ranch where she was working as housekeeper.

Served in WACs during WWII

Buried with full military honors in Kamloops, B.C.


Marriage Notes for EVA BAYNES and DAVID TREEN:

"Married" before Justice of the Peace in Duncan B.C. The J.P. it was
discovered later, had let his licence expire. Hazel used this information to
leave David Treen.


Child of EVA BAYNES and DAVID TREEN is:

54. i. MILLIE ELIZABETH6 TREEN, b. March 23, 1952, Victoria, BC, Canada.

30. HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES (HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 25, 1926 in Palmer, SK, Canada. She married NICHOLAS DIAKIW February 5, 1945.


Children of HETTY BAYNES and NICHOLAS DIAKIW are:

55. i. DONNA ELIZABETH6 DIAKIW, b. June 8, 1947, Nanaimo, BC, Canada.

56. ii. DIANE HAZEL DIAKIW, b. May 17, 1950, Alberni, BC, Canada.

57. iii. TERRY ARNOLD DIAKIW, b. March 28, 1953, Quesnel, BC, Canada.

iv. RICHARD PAUL DIAKIW, b. October 26, 1959.

31. NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 6, 1916 in Canada. She married (1) EARL RUSSELL Abt. 1930. She married (2) FRANK BARKER Abt. 1943. She married (3) KARL HUGHES Abt. 1970.


Notes for KARL HUGHES:

Boat builder


Child of NELLIE BAYNES and EARL RUSSELL is:

58. i. JOAN6 RUSSELL, b. Abt. 1930, Canada.

Child of NELLIE BAYNES and FRANK BARKER is:

59. ii. JOSEPH6 BARKER, b. Abt. 1943, Canada.

32. JOSEPH WALTER5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 9, 1919 in Canada. He married (1) MARGERIE SEXSMITH. He married (2) LILLIAN JOSBAYNESWIFE.



Notes for LILLIAN JOSBAYNESWIFE:

Norwegian, has two daughters by previous marriage


Child of JOSEPH BAYNES and MARGERIE SEXSMITH is:

60. i. ROBERT JOSEPH6 BAYNES, b. 1943, Alberta, Canada.

33. MARY LILLIAN5 BAYNES (WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 14, 1923 in Canada. She married (1) MEL GUERNSEY. She married (2) HENRY DOELL.

Notes for MARY LILLIAN BAYNES:

Living in Terrace, B.C., 1973





Children of MARY BAYNES and MEL GUERNSEY are:

i. COLIN6 GUERNSEY, b. Abt. 1937.

ii. DARYL GUERNSEY, b. Abt. 1939.

iii. THIRDSON GUERNSEY, b. Aft. 1940.

34. RICHARD LIONEL5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born November 17, 1915 in Canada. He married JEAN RUSSELL November 16, 1940.

Notes for RICHARD LIONEL SINKINSON:

Living in Brandon, MB, in 1975





Children of RICHARD SINKINSON and JEAN RUSSELL are:

i. RICHARD RUSSELL6 SINKINSON, b. November 4, 1944; m. PAULETTE WERTH, August 1, 1970, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

ii. THOMAS LIONEL SINKINSON, b. October 31, 1947.

iii. RONALD DOUGLAS SINKINSON, b. November 10, 1952.

iv. MYRA JEAN SINKINSON, b. July 4, 1955.

35. MURIEL ROSALIE5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June 15, 1918, and died February 1, 1961. She married NORMAN FHILLIPS March 13, 1948.



Children of MURIEL SINKINSON and NORMAN FHILLIPS are:

i. JAMES DOUGLAS6 FHILLIPS, b. June 18, 1949.

ii. CHERYL COLLEEN FHILLIPS, b. January 23, 1952; m. ALLAN LACHARITY, June 23, 1972.

36. STEVEN HUGH5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born July 8, 1921. He married RITA MARGARET MCAULEY December 23, 1943.

Notes for STEVEN HUGH SINKINSON:

Flight Officer, RCAF


Children of STEVEN SINKINSON and RITA MCAULEY are:

i. JOHN STEPHEN6 SINKINSON, b. October 6, 1946.

ii. DONALD ALAN SINKINSON, b. May 26, 1950.

37. HAROLD EDWARD5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 26, 1926. He married MARGARET LOCKRIDGE.

Notes for HAROLD EDWARD SINKINSON:

Running family farm near Gravelbourge, Saskatchewan in 1973



Children of HAROLD SINKINSON and MARGARET LOCKRIDGE are:

i. MARK STEPHEN6 SINKINSON, b. December 17, 1965.

ii. MAUREEN FRANCES SINKINSON, b. November 11, 1966.

38. BRENDA EVELYN5 SINKINSON (EVELYN LOUISE4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 15, 1931. She married DAVID PATERSON July 3, 1951.



Notes for DAVID PATERSON:

Electrical Appliance Repairman



Children of BRENDA SINKINSON and DAVID PATERSON are:

i. LESLIE6 PATERSON, b. September 30, 1952.

ii. HUGH RAYMOND PATERSON, b. February 23, 1954.

iii. RUSSELL JAMES PATERSON, b. January 9, 1959.

iv. ELAINE EVELYN PATERSON, b. May 30, 1962.

39. DOROTHY EDNA5 FOSTER (CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1919. She married (1) ARLEIGH ESCH. She married (2) MARSHALL KRING.



Child of DOROTHY FOSTER and ARLEIGH ESCH is:

i. PATRICIA6 ESCH.

Notes for PATRICIA ESCH:

In 1970, married with one child







40. ELIZABETH THERESA5 FOSTER (CLARICE THERESA4 BAYNES, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1920 in Saskatchewan. She married VICTOR BIELBY.

Notes for ELIZABETH THERESA FOSTER:

In WACs during WWII, met her husband overseas.


Children of ELIZABETH FOSTER and VICTOR BIELBY are:

i. JANICE6 BIELBY, b. Abt. 1951; m. LEY MARAGOZIS, February 4, 1972.

ii. MAUREEN BIELBY, b. 1953.


Generation No. 6


41. JANE MCCARROL6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born August 24, 1934. She married THOMAS TOMBS in Summerland, B.C..

Notes for JANE MCCARROL WOOLLIAMS:

B. Home Economics, UBC;

Teacher: BC; Ont; Malawi

Second name, McCarrol, if it had followed the family tradition, should have
been McCarroll.

Regional Co-ordinator for Western Canada for International Exchange Students (1998)

Adult Supporter, PALS (peer ambassador leadership students)


Children of JANE WOOLLIAMS and THOMAS TOMBS are:

i. ALASTAIR BEVAN7 TOMBS, b. September 18, 1974, Edmonton, Alberta.

Notes for ALASTAIR BEVAN TOMBS:

B.A., University of Alberta; Staff, St. John's School

Assistant Dean of Residence, St. John's School (1998)



ii. SARAH DEIRDRE ESTHER TOMBS, b. March 30, 1977, Edmonton, Alberta.

Notes for SARAH DEIRDRE ESTHER TOMBS:

Student, Humber College, Toronto, Film Studies (1998)



42. EWART NEIL6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 30, 1938 in Summerland, B.C., Canada. He married (1) NINA GRANT MCGREGOR August 1, 1970 in Summerland, B.C., Canada.
He married (2) DOROTHY CLARKE Abt. 1996 in Victoria, British Columbia.

Notes for EWART NEIL WOOLLIAMS:

B.Com, UBC; Manager, Douglas Lake Cattle, Co.; Owner, Riverglade Pastoral Company, Walcha Australia; Owner, West Rim Express (trucking) Surrey, B.C.; President, Canadian Truckers Assn.





Notes for NINA GRANT MCGREGOR:

Physiotherapist; Author "Cattle Ranch - a history of the Douglas Lake Cattle Co.";

Graduate, Simon Fraser University (Communications and Performing Arts);
Royal Conservatory certificate "Voice" (teaching). Member, Vancouver, Bach Choir; Has acted in several productions in Australia and British Columbia; Works for Agriculture Canada as communications consultant.



Notes for DOROTHY CLARKE:

Dorothy was separated from Dr. Noel Chant when she met Neil. She had five children by Dr Chant. Justin, Jessica, Jennifer, Josie, J?. Dorothy lived in Victoria, B.C., and had completed teacher training (fine arts) at the
University of Victoria subsequent to her separation.



Marriage Notes for EWART WOOLLIAMS and DOROTHY CLARKE:

See notes on Dorothy Clark. In 1998, Dorothy and Neil had not married, and maintened separate residences, his in White Rock and hers in Victoria.



Children of EWART WOOLLIAMS and NINA MCGREGOR are:

i. ALUN HALE7 WOOLLIAMS, b. November 1, 1971, Kamloops, B.C.; m. DANA HAYWARD, 1996, North Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for ALUN HALE WOOLLIAMS:

Graduate, BCIT (Computer Software) Consultant, softwear design,





ii. JESSICA HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. December 28, 1973, Kamloops, B.C..

Notes for JESSICA HALE WOOLLIAMS:

B.A. (UBC) (Urban Planning, and English)



iii. GRANT HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. April 8, 1980, Walcha, Australia.

iv. IAN HALE WOOLLIAMS, b. November 5, 1981, Walcha, Australia.

43. EDGAR DAVID HALE6 WOOLLIAMS (DORIS LILIAN5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 7, 1942 in Summerland, B.C.. He married MAUREEN GAIL HORTON.

Notes for EDGAR DAVID HALE WOOLLIAMS:

B.A., UBC, Economics; Hotel Manager, various locations in British Columbia; Accounting Business, Salmon Arm, B.C.


Notes for MAUREEN GAIL HORTON:

B. HomeEc., UBC; teacher; Owner/manager "Decor Marketplace", Salmon Arm B.C. (and Kelowna, Kamloops, Vancouver and New Westminster)



Children of EDGAR WOOLLIAMS and MAUREEN HORTON are:

i. KEVIN ALEXANDER7 WOOLLIAMS, b. October 3, 1970.

Notes for KEVIN ALEXANDER WOOLLIAMS:

B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, Carleton University Ottawa; personell
dept., Real Canadian Superstore


ii. BRIAN DOUGLAS WOOLLIAMS, b. September 27, 1972.

Notes for BRIAN DOUGLAS WOOLLIAMS:

Rotary Exchange Student (Belgium)

BA, Simon Fraser University (Archeology)

Pilot and Flight Instructor (Air Cadets)

Working in Electronics Store in Vancouver, B.C.


iii. ANNE ELIZABETH WOOLLIAMS, b. July 31, 1974.

Notes for ANNE ELIZABETH WOOLLIAMS:

B.A. Linguistics and English, (hons), McGill University, Montreal

Masters Candidate, Audiology, Dalhousie, Halifax, Nova Scotia.



44. DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL6 KING (JEAN HETTY5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3,
JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 27, 1946 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK December 29, 1967 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Notes for DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL KING:

' "Campbell" wa a family name to show I was directly descended from loyalist Campbells awarded land on Prince Edward Island in 1791 through my Dad's paternal grandmother's line' ...(e-mail, June 21, 1998)



More About DONNA BAYNES CAMPBELL KING:

Fact 1: MA (Historical Geography)

Fact 2: Planner (BC Ministry of Social Services)

Notes for IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

' "Bryce" has been associated the the male McCririck line for
generations"..Donna King McCririck, e-mail, June 21, 1998

Ian works for a subsiduary of BC Hydro that specializes in power
distribution networks.



More About IAN BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

Fact 1: BSc Honours Math, MSc (Bus. Admin)

Children of DONNA KING and IAN MCCRIRICK are:

i. NEIL IAN7 MCCRIRICK, b. July 12, 1968, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Notes for NEIL IAN MCCRIRICK:

Graduate, UBC, (political science), and BCIT (industrial design?)



More About NEIL IAN MCCRIRICK:

Fact 1: BA (UBC)

ii. ANDREW BRYCE MCCRIRICK, b. November 27, 1971, Vancouver, B.C..

More About ANDREW BRYCE MCCRIRICK:

Fact 1: BA (Univeristy of Victoria)

Fact 2: Dipl. Small Business and Marketing (BC Institute of Technology)



45. ELEANOR ANN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 31, 1940 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married GEOFFREY M. ONSLOW SOLLY 1961 in Summerland, B.C..



Notes for GEOFFREY M. ONSLOW SOLLY:

B. App Sci, UBC, Engineering. Vice President, Inland Natural Gas, and B.C. Gas



Children of ELEANOR BAYNES and GEOFFREY SOLLY are:

i. PAUL7 SOLLY, b. February 1, 1961; m. HOLLY NELSON, West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Notes for PAUL SOLLY:

Employee, B.C. Gas, Squamish, B.C.



ii. COLIN SOLLY, b. October 28, 1963; m. CORLENE MCILROY, 1996, West Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for COLIN SOLLY:

Construction, Whistler, B.C., Specialist in design and construction of log
houses.


46. MARGARET RAEBURN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born July 16, 1941 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married ALAN FILMER in West Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for MARGARET RAEBURN BAYNES:

B.A., UBC; teacher; staff trainer, B.C. Gov't, Victoria (1998)


Notes for ALAN FILMER:

LLB, UBC; Chief Crown Prosecutor, Province of British Columbia; Provincial Court Judge, Victoria, B.C. (1998)


Children of MARGARET BAYNES and ALAN FILMER are:

i. CAMERON ALAN7 FILMER, b. February 26, 1967; m. HELENA MATSON.

Notes for CAMERON ALAN FILMER:

B.A., Geography; (UVic?)


ii. MEGAN ANN FILMER, b. April 1, 1970; m. SCOTT NIBLOCK, Abt. August 20, 1997, Whitehorse.

Notes for MEGAN ANN FILMER:

B.A. McGill (Montreal); LLB (UBC); Lawyer, Whitehorse, Yukon (1998)


Notes for SCOTT NIBLOCK:

Lawyer, Whitehorse, Y.T. (1998)

47. JEANETTE ETHELWYN6 BAYNES (GEORGE EDGAR5, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born September 6, 1946 in North Vancouver, B.C.. She married DOUGLAS CAREY HELMER May 17, 1968.

Notes for JEANETTE ETHELWYN BAYNES:

B.A., UBC

Notes for DOUGLAS CAREY HELMER:

Doug's dad was a dentist at Bralorne before WWII. He went overseas with the Canadian forces during WWII



Children of JEANETTE BAYNES and DOUGLAS HELMER are:

i. ANNA KATHLEEN7 HELMER, b. January 20, 1971.

ii. JENNIE SARAH HELMER, b. October 18, 1973.

iii. LISA JEAN HELMER, b. July 29, 1977.

48. ROBERT DENISON6 CANNON (MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 30, 1941 in Vancouver, B.C.. He married SYLVIA MAE SARGINSON August 1, 1964 in New Westminster, B. C..

Notes for ROBERT DENISON CANNON:

M.Ed. in Counselling (UBC). Retired, June 1999.


More About ROBERT DENISON CANNON:

Fact 1: 1964, BA (UBC)

Fact 2: 1969, M.Ed (UBC)

Notes for SYLVIA MAE SARGINSON:

Teacher, Elementary School; Therapeutic Tutor (Learning Disabilities]


Children of ROBERT CANNON and SYLVIA SARGINSON are:

i. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT7 CANNON, b. September 8, 1968, Vancouver, B.C..

Notes for CHRISTOPHER SCOTT CANNON:

Graphic Designer, Owner, Big Idea Communications, Granville Island,
Vancouver, B.C



More About CHRISTOPHER SCOTT CANNON:

Fact 1: Graphic Designer, Owner Big Idea Communications

ii. JULIA DELL CANNON, b. April 6, 1970, Revelstoke, B.C.; m. MARK CHARLES
MAISONVILLE, May 29, 1999, Colebrook United Church, Surrey, B.C..

Notes for JULIA DELL CANNON:

Legal Assistant and Office Manager for Jarvis and Company, a Vancouver Law firm.


More About JULIA DELL CANNON:

Fact 1: Legal Assistant

iii. DAVID JONATHAN CANNON, b. June 26, 1973, Surrey, B.C..

Notes for DAVID JONATHAN CANNON:

Hotel and Tourism: Worked for Vancouver Hotels, Princess Cruise Lines



More About DAVID JONATHAN CANNON:

Fact 1: Hotel Management (Trend College)

Fact 2: Pursurs Dept. Princess Cruise Lines



49. PETER JOHN6 CANNON (MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 17, 1944 in Vancouver, B.C.. He married JANE MOLYNEAUX July 14, 1973 in Davenport, Iowa.

Notes for PETER JOHN CANNON:

B.Comm, University of Western Washington; Construction company in
Abbotsford, B.C.; Real Estate and Property Development.



More About PETER JOHN CANNON:

Fact 1: B.Comm Western Washington

Notes for JANE MOLYNEAUX:

Lecturer, Mathematics, University College of the Fraser Valley,



More About JANE MOLYNEAUX:

Fact 1: MA (Mathematics)

Fact 2: Lecturer, U College of Fraser Valley

Children of PETER CANNON and JANE MOLYNEAUX are:

i. MARK ANDREW7 CANNON, b. November 28, 1974, Abbotsford, BC.

Notes for MARK ANDREW CANNON:

Student, University College of Fraser Valley



More About MARK ANDREW CANNON:

Fact 1: Party Rentals, Abbotsford, BC

Fact 2: Student, UCFV

ii. ANTHONY JOHN CANNON, b. September 28, 1976, Abbotsford, BC.

Notes for ANTHONY JOHN CANNON:

Student, University of Victoria, Kinesth (?)



More About ANTHONY JOHN CANNON:

Fact 1: Student, University of Victoria

iii. JOHN WILLIAM DANIEL CANNON, b. August 18, 1980, Abbotsford, BC.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM DANIEL CANNON:

Student, Abbotsford, Member of Canadian under 17 and under 19 Rugby teams. Played in Rughy World Cup in Toulouse, France, 1998



More About JOHN WILLIAM DANIEL CANNON:

Fact 1: 1997-1998, Team Canada (Rugby, -17, -19)



50. BETTY LOUISE6 CANNON (MARGARET ANDERSON5 BAYNES, EDGAR GEORGE4, GEORGE3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born April 29, 1947 in Vancouver, B.C.. She married BRUCE BROWN September 9, 1989 in Alberta.

Notes for BETTY LOUISE CANNON:

R. N. (VGH), practiced in Vancouver in bothe Hospitals and for the Homecare before moving to present home at Nanoose Bay, B.C.



More About BETTY LOUISE CANNON:

Fact 1: RN, Vancouver General Hospital

Notes for BRUCE BROWN:

MBA (Queen's), worked for Marathon Realty before starting own
construction/renovation company.



Child of BETTY CANNON and BRUCE BROWN is:

i. TRAVIS SAM ELIOT7 CANNON, b. December 10, 1983, Vancouver, B.C..

51. JOHN6 NUNN (KATHLEEN MARY5 BAYNES, ARTHUR4, ALFRED3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Aft. 1937 in Suffolk, England. He married MARGARET JOHNNUNNSWIFE.



Child of JOHN NUNN and MARGARET JOHNNUNNSWIFE is:

i. STEVE7 NUNN, b. England; m. HAYDEE STEVENUNNSWIFE.

52. CHRISTINE VICTORIA6 BAYNES (CHARLES HUBERT5, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born January 20, 1942 in Redhill, London, England. She married (1) LESLIE VJERK 1961. She married (2) JAMES CHARRON Abt. 1965.


Child of CHRISTINE BAYNES and LESLIE VJERK is:

i. KATHERINE ANN7 VJERK, b. June 8, 1964.

Children of CHRISTINE BAYNES and JAMES CHARRON are:

ii. LORRIE BERNICE7 CHARRON, b. October 8, 1965, St. Thomas, ON, Canada.

iii. DAVID CHARLES CHARRON, b. August 10, 1967, St. Thomas, ON, Canada.

iv. MICHELE LEE CHARRON, b. September 30, 1969, St. Thomas, ON, Canada.

**53. MICHAEL CHARLES6 BAYNES (CHARLES HUBERT5, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born October 25, 1945 in Victoria, BC, Canada. He married
DIANA KATHERINE TRAXEL January 4, 1972.


Children of MICHAEL BAYNES and DIANA TRAXEL are:

i. JESSE MICHAEL7 BAYNES, b. July 31, 1981, Surrey, B.C., Canada.

ii. CARISSA MARIE BAYNES, b. September 2, 1989, Surrey British Columbia Canada.

54. MILLIE ELIZABETH6 TREEN (EVA HAZEL5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 23, 1952 in Victoria, BC, Canada. She married (1) TERENCE PRICE Abt. 1971 in Quesnel, BC, Canada. She married (2) DEWAYNE SPINK Aft. 1975.

Notes for MILLIE ELIZABETH TREEN:

Living in Chase, B.C., circa 2000

"Spink Millie (250) 679-8243, 213 Brooke, Chase"


Children of MILLIE TREEN and TERENCE PRICE are:

i. TERESA7 PRICE, b. 1972.

ii. MICHEAL PRICE, b. 1974.

55. DONNA ELIZABETH6 DIAKIW (HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born June 8, 1947 in Nanaimo, BC, Canada. She married LOTHAR SCHAUS July 3, 1965 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.

Children of DONNA DIAKIW and LOTHAR SCHAUS are:

i. WILLIAM NICHOLAS7 SCHAUS, b. May 29, 1969, Fort St. John, BC, Canada.

ii. NICHOLAS WILFRED SCHAUS, b. June 1, 1971, Prince George, BC, Canada; m. GLORIA ROBERTS, July 30, 1994.

56. DIANE HAZEL6 DIAKIW (HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born May 17, 1950 in Alberni, BC, Canada. She married (1) LOUIS BRONSWYK June 29, 1968 in Quesnel, BC, Canada. She married (2) GEORGE WILES 1998 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.



Children of DIANE DIAKIW and LOUIS BRONSWYK are:

i. BRYAN7 BRONSWYK, b. May 5, 1974, Burnaby, BC, Canada.

ii. JASON BRONSWYK, b. August 7, 1976, Surrey, B.C., Canada.

57. TERRY ARNOLD6 DIAKIW (HETTY ELIZABETH5 BAYNES, HUBERT GEORGE4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born March 28, 1953 in Quesnel, BC, Canada. He married ELAINE DEMCHUK September 17, 1997 in Quesnel, BC, Canada.

Notes for TERRY ARNOLD DIAKIW:

Living at Youbou, B.C., circa 1970


Children of TERRY DIAKIW and ELAINE DEMCHUK are:

i. NICHOLE LANE7 DIAKIW, b. December 16, 1981, Prince George, BC, Canada.

ii. ROLLY DIAKIW, b. 1987; Adopted child.

Notes for ROLLY DIAKIW:  Adopted, 1986


58. JOAN6 RUSSELL (NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1930 in Canada. She married ALLAN GUTHRIE.

Notes for JOAN RUSSELL:

Living at Manson's Landing, British Columbia, circa 1980

Notes for ALLAN GUTHRIE:

Carpenter

Children of JOAN RUSSELL and ALLAN GUTHRIE are:

i. DENNIS7 GUTHRIE.

ii. MARLENE GUTHRIE.

59. JOSEPH6 BARKER (NELLIE MARGARET5 BAYNES, WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born Abt. 1943 in Canada. He married MARG JOBARKERWIFE Abt. 1960.


Children of JOSEPH BARKER and MARG JOBARKERWIFE are:

i. STEVEN7 BARKER, b. 1962, Canada.

ii. CORRINE LYNN BARKER, b. September 4, 1964, Canada.

iii. BABY BARKER, b. Aft. 1965, Canada.

60. ROBERT JOSEPH6 BAYNES (JOSEPH WALTER5, WALTER4, JOSEPH3, JAMES2, JOHN1) was born 1943 in Alberta, Canada.

Notes for ROBERT JOSEPH BAYNES:

Works for Telephone Company, Lives in Edmonton, Alberta (circa 1980)

Child of ROBERT JOSEPH BAYNES is:

i. ROBERT MICHEAL7 BAYNES, b. Abt. 1970.

Endnotes
1. Stella Meade Jakobitz, Hetty Baynes Diakiw, Donna Diakiw Shaus,
"Meade-Matthews Genealogy," Unpublished family manuscript, 1973 with
updates, 1987, 2000, Page 8.
2. BC Archives - Vital Statistics - Death Indexes.

Mike Baynes 30 24 Balsam Crescent South Surrey B.C. Canada
mikebike@telus.net