Emily Clancy Lawrason
ID # 3065, (1848-1917)
|Father||James Lawrason (1806-1889)|
|Mother||Laney Bauslaugh (1812-1884)|
|Birth||Emily Clancy Lawrason was born on 2 December 1848.|
|Marriage||She married Manuel Markle on 7 December 1876 at Blenheim Township, Oxford Co..|
Mrge reg. 008293-77 Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co.
Manuel Markle, 24, bachelor, farmer, Methodist. Born Dumfries Twp., residing Blenheim Twp. Parents George and Amy Markle.
Emily Clancy Lawrason, 27, spinster, Methodist. Born Dumfries, residing Blenheim. Parents James and Lany Laurason.
Witnesses James Laurason Jr., and Elizabeth Burgess, both of Drumbo.
December 7, 1876 (registered January 2, 1877), at Blenheim, by James Laird.
|Death||She died on 5 July 1917 at age 68.|
|Burial||She was buried at Richwood United Church Yard Cemetery, Blenheim Twp., Oxford Co..|
|Note||When Manuel Markle died in 1887, Emily was left with three young children. At some point, her brother John Lawrason moved in with her, for he was present with her and her children at the time of the Canadian 1891 census in Blenheim Township, Oxford County.|
By the time of the U.S. 1900 census, however, Emily and her children are in Rich, Lapeer, Michigan. There, Emily is shown as a farmer. Her three children are still with her and her two sons are shown as farm labour. Her brother John is not present. The census page shows the family coming to the U.S. in 1890, but, since they were still in Blenheim in 1891, this will not be accurate.
By 1910, the family is in Bad Axe, Huron County, Michigan, and this time their arrival in the U.S. is dated to 1892. Emily and her daughter Amy are living with Wallace and his wife and are only two households away from son Asa and his wife.
Michigan death registration. Huron County, Bad Axe
Emily C. Markle, widow, born Dec. 2, 1848. Age 68 yrs., 7 mos., 3 ds. Housewife, born Canada. Father James Lawrason, born Canada. Mother not named. Date of death July 5, 1917. Informant Wally Markle, Bad Axe, Michigan. Burial July 8, 1917, at Drumbo, Ontario.
According to the McGill Digital Library county maps, Manuel's father, George Markle, owned two part lots - lots 9 and 10 on the sixth concession of Blenheim. This is approximately half way between Drumbo and Richwood. Manuel and Emily are actually buried in what is now called the Richwood United Church Yard Cemetery in Blenheim Township. A photo of their stone appears on the Oxford County cemeteries pages.
Children of Emily Clancy Lawrason and Manuel Markle
|Last Edited||6 Dec 2015|