ID # 136, (1860-1937)
|Father||Daniel Coleman (1816-1865)|
|Mother||Mary Able (1815-1879)|
|Birth||Lucinda Coleman was born on 23 January 1860 at Township of Beverly.|
|Marriage||She married Judson Smith, son of Albert Kellogg Smith and Amelia Misener, on 31 October 1882 at Galt, Ontario.|
Source: Marriage reg. 011786-82 Galt, Waterloo Co.
Judson Smith, age 25, born and residing Beverly, bachelor, farm laborer, s/o Albert and Amelia Smith.
Lucinda Coleman, 22, born and residing Beverly, spinster, d/o Daniel and Mary Coleman.
Witnesses R.H. Waddell, Tilbury, and H.A. Waddell, Galt.
On 31 October 1882 at Galt, Waterloo County. Methodist minister, R.H. Waddell.
|Death||She died on 25 September 1937 at Galt, Ontario, at age 77.|
|Burial||She was buried on 27 September 1937 at Mountview Cemetery, Galt, Ontario.|
|Note||Lucinda's nickname was Tin, and Aunt Tin she was to the family. She was quite a hand with needlecraft and a great quilter.|
At the time of the 1901 census, the family is residing in Galt.
Death reg. 041731-37 North Dumfries, Waterloo County
Lucinda Coleman Smith, Preston Road, North Dumfries, died 25 September, 1937. Widow. Born Beverly Township. Date of birth January 1860. Age 78, lady. Parents Daniel Coleman and Mary Abel. Informant Percy C. Smith, Preston Road, son. Burial Galt MVC September 27, 1937.
The place of birth for Daniel Coleman and Mary Abel was written in as Troy, but then stroked out. Specifically, 'don't know' was then written in under Mary Abel's name.
Child of Lucinda Coleman and Judson Smith
|Last Edited||25 Sep 2017|