Page: R.G.80-8 Registration #004105. May 20, 1874, Middleton Tp., NorfolkCounty, ON.
Quality or Certainty of Data: 3
Text: Mary Jane Kemp, 33yrs., wife of James Kemp, Farmer, Middleton,Windham, County Norfolk, Typhoid Fever of 3 weeks duration, Dr. A.W. Sovereen, Baptist, registered 29 May 1874
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Date: 25 JAN 2011
Prior to import, this record was last changed 25 JAN 2011.
Note: Mary Jane Sovereen's birthdate was 29 December 1840, probably in Delhi
township, Norfolk County, Ontario [Source: date from handwritten note obtained from Betty Seaver, birthplace from the marriage record].
Cheryl Kemp Taber (email firstname.lastname@example.org) has researched and colelcted a wealth of information about this family, and posted it in her WorldConnect database on Rootsweb (wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com) titled "Kemps and Kin" updated 13 January 2010. Her notes for this person are:
1871 Census Records, Norfolk County, Ontario, Film C9909, Hamilton Public Library: 12 - Norfolk County North, B4 - Windham Tp., pg. 50, Mary Kemp, Age 30, born Ontario, Religion Baptist, Origin German. Listed with her husband & four children.
Death per Office of the Registrar General, Ontario, R.G.80-8 registration #004105. (May 20, 1874, Middleton Tp., Norfolk County, ON). Mary Jane Kemp, 33yrs., wife of James Kemp, Farmer, Middleton, Windham, County Norfolk, Typhoid Fever of 3 weeks duration, Dr. A.W. Sovereen, Baptist, registered 29 May 1874.
Delhi Cemetery listing from Donna Kemp, Brantford, Ontario.
Text: James A. Kemp, 27, residence Delhi, born Canada, son of Abram James &Sarah, to M.J. Sovereen,21, residence & birthplace Delhi, daughter of Alexander & Eliza Sovereen, Mar. 10, 1861, by G. Brown; witness: Ridley Teeple.
Abbreviation: James Abram Kemp Family Bible transcript
Title: James Abram Kemp Family Bible transcript (typed transcript obtained from Betty Carringer Seaver before 2002)
Note: this is a typed transcript of Bible entries provided by an unknown person and provided to Georgianna (Kemp) Auble before 1952.