ID # 4497, (1826-1915)
|Father||David Lennox Harvie (1794-1865)|
|Mother||Mary Fraser (1796-1894)|
|Birth||Sarah Harvie was born on 26 December 1826 at Dumfries Twp., Gore District, Upper Canada.|
|Marriage||She married James McDonald on 23 November 1843 at Dumfries Township, Canada West.|
GS2987 First Church Marrage Records
By license in Dumfries November 23, 1843
James McDonald of Beverly
Sarah Harvey of Dfs (Dumfries)
Witnesses Alexander McBayne and Robert Carrick.
|Marriage||She married John Kay on 19 February 1861 at Oxford County.|
MS248 reel 12, Vol. 49, page 96
Oxford County Marriage Register
Extracted from a list of marriages solemnized by John Gerrie, a minister of the Baptist Denomination for the year ending Dec. 31st, 1861.
John Kay, 35, born Ayrshire, Scotland, residing Blenheim (township). Parents James & Barbara.
Sarah McDonald or Harvey, 34, born Dumfries, C.W., residing Drumbo. Parents David and Mary.
Witness Isabella Gerrie (one only shown) of Innerkip.
On Feb. 19, 1861.
|Death||She died on 22 March 1915 at Washington, D.C., at age 88.|
|Burial||She was buried on 25 March 1915 at Section 3, Woodstock Presbyterian Cemetery.|
|Note||Sarah's date of birth is taken from the 1901 census at Woodstock.|
At the time of the 1911 census, Sarah Kay is with Alonzo and Helen Wolverton in Blenheim Township.
Death registration per database from Familysearch District of Columbia Deaths, 1864-1961.
Sarah Kay died 22 March, 1915, District of Columbia, 3 Gratn Place, N.W. Age 89.
Widowed Born Canada 1826 estimated. Burial 25 Mar 1915 at Woodstock, Ontario
The inscription on Sarah's gravestone confirms her date of death. A Woodstock newspaper dated March 23rd tells of Sarah's death and that Sarah's remains were expected by train at Woodstock the same day, the 23rd. Since she died on the 22nd a date of burial of 25th March is more reasonable.
It appears that at the time of Sarah's death, her daughters Elizabeth and Sarah Jane were in Washington, D.C. Sarah Jane went by Jennie.
Sarah is buried with her second husband, John Kay, in Section 3 of Woodstock Presbyterian Cemetery.
Children of Sarah Harvie and James McDonald
Children of Sarah Harvie and John Kay
|Last Edited||21 May 2018|