James Henry Moe
ID # 54, (1860-1939)
|Father||Henry Moe (1834-)|
|Mother||Sarah Johnson (1832-)|
|Birth||James Henry Moe was born on 27 November 1860 at Bayham Township, Elgin County.|
|Marriage||He married Minerva House on 24 December 1884 at Malahide Township, Elgin County.|
Source: 002695-84 24 December 1884, Malahide Twp., Elgin Co. James H. Moe, 24, residence Malahide, born Bayham, bachelor, farmer, parents Henry and Sarah Moe. Minerva House, 21, spinster, born and residing Malahide.The writing is difficult, but it seems that only her mother's name is shown - Mary House. Witnesses: Nettie Moe and Annie Mason, both of Calton. The bride and groom were Baptists. Married by Rev. George Mason.
|Death||He died on 8 July 1939 at Aylmer, Ontario, at age 78.|
|Burial||He was buried at Aylmer Cemetery, Elgin County, Ontario.|
|Note||One or two online trees at Rootsweb suggest that James was in Plymouth, Dearborn, Michigan, for the 1880 U.S. census, but that he was back in Bayham Township, Norfolk County, in Ontario, for the 1881 Canadian census. This is possible, though it requires more research.|
Death reg. 014029-39 Aylmer, Malahide Twp., Elgin Co.
James Henry Moe died at Sydenham Street, Aylmer, July 8, 1939. Born Nov 27, 1860, at (rather illeg.) Richmond. Age 78 yrs., 6 mos. 12 dys (not entirely legible). Wife Minnie Montgomery. Father Henry Moe, born Ontario, mother Sarah Johnson, born England.
Informant Charles Moe, Aylmer, son.
Burial at Aylmer, July 11, 1939, at 2:30
It should be said that the above registration is very roughly handwritten. It's our one source to state that James Henry Moe's mother's maiden name was Johnson. The name Johnson is roughly written, but, clearly, it wasn't written with a T. 'Johnson' is a reasonable interpretation of this very messy entry.
Children of James Henry Moe and Minerva House
|Last Edited||10 Aug 2016|