Fonds Acc4903 - Warren, Houston and Dickieson family fonds : [ca. 1860s-1950s]

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Warren, Houston and Dickieson family fonds : [ca. 1860s-1950s]

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CA PCA Acc4903

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  • Copied 2005 (Creation)
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    Warren (Family)

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30 photographs

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Warren (Family)

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Thomas Robinson Warren was born 12 May 1809 to William Warren and Anne Robinson. He was baptised on 27 August 1809 at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The family lived in North River, Lot 32.

On 22 January 1835, Thomas Robinson married Matilda ("Minnie") Gardiner (b. 30 August 1813), daughter of William Haszard Gardiner and Ann Clark. They lived in the Tryon area before moving North Rustico. The couple had nine children: Eliza Anne (b. 1835), George Clark (b. 1837), William Frederick (b. 1840), John Rhodes (b. 1842), Clara Robinson (1846-1847), Clara Matilda (b. 1847), Thomas Archibald (1848-1896), Margaret Jane (b. 1849), and Sarah "Louise" (b. 1854). Matilda died 8 April 1883 and was buried in the Sherwood Cemetery. Thomas Robinson died 6 January 1896 and was buried with his wife.

Thomas Archibald Warren (1848-1932) married Sarah Harris Houston (1852-1910), daughter of John Houston and Margaret Arthur, on 25 August 1875. They had nine children: John "Homer", Caroline Mae (1881-1860), Walton Emerson (1879-1947) , Margaret Edna (1880-1949), Donald "Crawford" (1884-?), Benjamin "Tyler" (1886-?), Ora Anna Jeanette (1887-1963), Louis Davies (1889-1950), and Thomas "Leigh" (1892-1959).

Leigh Warren married Eva Mae Dickieson (b. 1892), daughter of Charles Dickieson and Eliza Jane Haslam of New Glasgow, on 28 June 1916. The couple had five children: Doris, Vera, Colin, Sheldon, and Joyce. Leigh died 31 May 1959 and Eva died 3 September 1972. Both are buried in the New Glasgow Community Cemetery.

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Dickieson (Family)

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Thomas "Leigh" Warren (1892-1959), son of Thomas Archibald Warren (1848-1932) and Sarah Harris Houston (1853-1910) married Eva Mae Dickieson (b. 1892), daughter of Charles Dickieson and Eliza Jane Haslam of New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island, on 28 June 1916. The couple had five children: Doris, Vera, Colin, Sheldon, and Joyce. Leigh died 31 May 1959 and Eva died 3 September 1972. Both are buried in the New Glasgow Community Cemetery.

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Houston (Family)

Biographical history

Thomas Robinson Warren was born 12 May 1809 to William Warren and Anne Robinson. He was baptised on 27 August 1809 at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The family lived in North River, Lot 32.

On 22 January 1835, Thomas Robinson married Matilda ("Minnie") Gardiner (b. 30 August 1813), daughter of William Haszard Gardiner and Ann Clark. They lived in the Tryon area before moving North Rustico. The couple had nine children: Eliza Anne (b. 1835), George Clark (b. 1837), William Frederick (b. 1840), John Rhodes (b. 1842), Clara Robinson (1846-1847), Clara Matilda (b. 1847), Thomas Archibald (1848-1896), Margaret Jane (b. 1849), and Sarah "Louise" (b. 1854). Matilda died 8 April 1883 and was buried in the Sherwood Cemetery. Thomas Robinson died 6 January 1896 and was buried with his wife.

Thomas Archibald Warren (1848-1932) married Sarah Harris Houston (1852-1910), daughter of John Houston and Margaret Arthur, on 25 August 1875. They had nine children: John "Homer", Caroline Mae (1881-1860), Walton Emerson (1879-1947) , Margaret Edna (1880-1949), Donald "Crawford" (1884-?), Benjamin "Tyler" (1886-?), Ora Anna Jeanette (1887-1963), Louis Davies (1889-1950), and Thomas "Leigh" (1892-1959).

Leigh Warren married Eva Mae Dickieson (b. 1892), daughter of Charles Dickieson and Eliza Jane Haslam of New Glasgow, on 28 June 1916. The couple had five children: Doris, Vera, Colin, Sheldon, and Joyce. Leigh died 31 May 1959 and Eva died 3 September 1972. Both are buried in the New Glasgow Community Cemetery.

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The fonds consists of 30 copy prints which were copied from three photograph albums containing Warren, Houston, and Dickieson family images. The images are identified and some are dated. Photocopies of the images, along with some brief notations made by family members, can also be found in the fonds.

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  • English

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NO RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS

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PERMISSION FOR USE AND REPRODUCTION IS REQUIRED FROM THE PUBLIC ARCHIVES AND RECORDS OFFICE; QUESTIONS REGARDING COPYRIGHT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER

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Copy prints are located in the binders the Reading Room

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