George Gilman (d. 1907)

Entry found in Daniel F. Johnson’s New Brunswick Newspaper Vital Statistics pertaining to the George Gilman.  Thanks to the Province of New Brunswick Archives for making this database available on-line!

Transcribed by Daniel F. Johnson.

Volume 26 Number 2480
Rank 101
Date November 20 1868
County York
Place Fredericton
Newspaper New Brunswick Reporter and Fredericton Advertiser

m. 12th inst., by Rev. C. Spurden, George GILMAN, Kingsclear (York Co.) / Miss Sarah R. WHEELER, Fredericton City.

Volume 102 Number 929
Rank 60
Date September 9 1896
County York
Place Fredericton
Newspaper The Gleaner

One of the best known residents of St. Mary’s passed away last eve. in the person of Mrs. Samuel DAYTON, who has been suffering from cancer for the past year and confined to the bed most of the time since April last. She was the second wife of the late Samuel DAYTON, who carried on a successful business in St. Mary’s, which business is now conducted at the old stand by Mrs. Dayton’s sons, George S. DAYTON and Henry F. DAYTON. A daughter also survives her, viz. Miss Susan DAYTON who lives at home. The deceased was 56 years old and a native of Long’s Creek. She was a sister of George GILMAN of this city. The funeral will take place tomorrow 2 o’clock. The remains will be interred in the family lot in the Dayton Cemetery about four miles from town on the St. Mary’s side of the river. Undertaker John G. Adams will have charge of the arrangements.

Volume 91 Number 1911
Rank 60
Date November 24 1894
County York
Place Fredericton
Newspaper The Gleaner

At 1:30 p.m. Samuel DAYTON passed away and by his death St. Mary’s loses one of its oldest and most respected citizens. Mr. Dayton was 70 years of age, being born in 1824 on the old Dayton homestead in Douglas (York Co.). When 28 years of age he married Miss M.L. HANSALPACKER. The next year he started business in St. Mary’s and for forty years occupied the building which was destroyed in the fire of 1893. His first wife lived 13 years and of the union were born eight children. Five of these are now living: Benjamin DAYTON, Boston; J. Milton DAYTON, Edmundston (Madawaska Co.); W, Bruce DAYTON, St. Mary’s; Mrs. Hiram KILBURN, Presque Isle, Me.; and Mrs. Edward COLPITTS, Pleasant Vale (Albert Co.). In 1868 he married Miss Olivia GILMAN, sister of Ald. George GILMAN of this city. From this union three children survive their father: Miss Susan C. DAYTON, Geo. D. DAYTON and Henry F. DAYTON. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon 2 o’clock from his late residence, St. Mary’s and interment will be made in the provate cemetery on the Dayton homestead, Douglas. Mr. Dayton was for many years a prominent member of the Methodist church, but of late years has been compelled to discontinue active work.

Volume 79 Number 9 Rank 38
Date December 2 1891
County York
Place Fredericton
Newspaper The Gleaner

At last nights meeting of the city council the statement prepared by Roadmaster McKay of the ashphalt walks laid during the summer submitted. The statement shows the name of the property holder, the street on which his property is located, the number of square yards of ashphalt laid in front of his property and the cost to him of the operation which is fifty percent of the full cost. (see original for ashphalt costs) (Ph. Square – Pheonix Square) J.L. INCHES, York; I.R. GOLDING, York; Jeremiah STAPLES, York; George GILMAN, York & King; Miss CUMMING, King; S.H. McKEE, King; Thomas MILLER, King; Thomas SMITH, King; Eben MILLER & Co., King; William COOPER, King; Robert COLWELL, King; Patrick McGINN, -; LEE Estate, King; John MacPherson, Westmorland; W. VANWART, Westmorland; Lee Estate, Westmorland; BROWN & PALMER, Westmorland; J.W. TABOR, Westmorland; Robt. WINTER, Westmorland; Daniel RICHARDS, Westmorland; Hugh O’NEILL, sr., Westmorland; S.H. McKEE, jr., Westmorland; William WILSON, Westmorland; Robt. DONALDSON, Westmorland; John McGEE, Westmorland; Wm QUINN, Westmorland; Nat CAMERON, York; Joseph WALKER, York; John FLEMING, York; Matthew TENNANT, York; Dr. J.Z. CURRIE, York; Nelson CAMPBELL, York; George HUME, York; Est. John ATHERTON, Ph. Square; Geo. I. GUNTER, Ph. Square; Rev. NEALES, Ph. Square; Rev. Neales, Campbell; William H. ROBINSON, Est., Campbell; John BLACK, Agt., Campbell; Mrs. Thos. HOGG, Campbell; James HODGE, Campbell; Elijah ESTABROOKS, Campbell; EDGECOMB & Sons, King; Joseph COLTER, King; Corp. of Fredericton, King; John E. McCARTHY, King; J.L. Inches, Carleton; James TORRENCE, Carleton; Thomas NESBITT, Carleton; Masonic Hall, Carleton; Z.R. EVERETT, Carleton; Hugh O’Neill, sr., Carleton; Nelson Campbell, Carleton; Wm WILSON, Carleton; Alexander BURCHILL, Carleton; HOWARD & CRANGLE, Carleton; S.A. PARDIE, Regent; Mrs. Chas. BIGGS, Regent; Frank McGOLDERICK, Regent; Hugh O’Neill, Jr., Regent; John BIGGS, Est., Regent; F.M. HARTT, Brunswick; John MOORE, Ald., Brunswick; Miss A. FITZPATRICK, Brunswick; SHUTE Est. St. John; John R. McCLUSKEY, St. John; The Misses McPHERSON, St. John; John Moore, Treas., St. John; Miss A. Fitzpatrick, St. John; Chas. SCULLY, St. John; Martin LEMONT, St. John; Frank STRICKLAND, St. John; Samuel KITCHEN, St. John; James MISCALL, St. John; John E. PERKS, St. John; Bishop KINGDON, St. John; E. Byron WINSLOW, St. John; Mrs. L.W. SHERMAN, St. John; J.L. Inches, St. John; A.H. F. RANDOLPH, Waterloo; Charles WHITTAKER, Waterloo; O.B. BARKER, Waterloo; Mrs. John MAUD?, Waterloo; James KINGSLEY, Waterloo; W.B. JACK, Est., Waterloo; James R. HOWIE, Waterloo; Geo. T. WHELPLEY, Waterloo; Mrs. S.E. WHITE, Waterloo; William WILSON, Waterloo; John CHRISTIE, Waterloo; Dr. F.M. BROWN, Waterloo.

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