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Census of Canada, 1891 - Sackville, Westmorland, New Brunswick

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Date: 1891
Location: Sackville, Westmorland County, New Brunswickmap
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General Information

1891 Canada Census

  • Province: New Brunswick
  • District: 24 (Westmorland County)
  • Sub-District: E (Sackville Parish)

Enumeration District E-1

Covers: Cookville, Midgic, other locations to be added when known

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Page 29

Household 121

Edward O'Brien - Surveyor of lumber (wage earner, father born in NS), Elizabeth O'Brien - wife, Clara O'Brien - Dressmaker (wage earner), Jillah? O'Brien, Clarence OBrien, Lenox O'Brien, Ethea Miles - widow

Household 122

John M. Hicks - Millman and farmer (employer of 12), Jane Hicks - wife (father born in NS), Docia Hicks, Lucinda Hicks (cannot write), Arthur Hicks - farmer, John L. Hicks, George Fillmore - Domestic, Labourer (wage earner)

Household 123

Allen Estabrooks - Lumberman and farmer (employer of 5), Abigail Estabrooks, Milledge Estabrooks - farmer, Eva Estabrooks, Hattie Estabrooks, Minnie Estabrooks, Bigney Leonard - Domestic (born in NS, parents born in NS, labourer, wage earner)

Household 124

Douglas Chapman - Stationary ?(father born in NS, wage earner), Georgia Chapman - wife, Clarence Chapman (all Presbyterian)

Page 40

Household 165 (Cont’d)

Gracie Sears, Gertrude Sears

Household 166

Isaac Kay – Farmer, Cyntha Kay – sister, George Kay – brother, farmer, Alice Kay – sister, Willard Kay – brother

Household 167

Mahala Phinney – widow, farmer, Gilbert Phinney – adopted son

Household 168

Priestly Estabrooks – farmer (employer, cannot read or write), Bell Estabrooks – wife (mother born in Ireland), Ida Estabrooks, Frank Estabrooks, Addie Estabrooks, Lilia Collins – lodger (6 months old)

Household 169

William Sears – Mill labourer (wage earner, unemployed, cannot read or write) Jane Sears - wife, Lyman Sears, Willard Sears, Edgar Sears, Nellie Sears

Household 170

Frank Hicks – Labourer (wage earner), Hattie Hick – wife, Jessie Hicks

Page 41

Household 170 (cont’d)

Martha Hicks, Wm Wesley Hicks

Household 171

Phoebe Hicks – widow, farmer, cannot read or write

Household 172

Willard Scott – farmer (wage earner), father born in NS, Mary Scott – wife, Helen Scott, Burton Scott

Household 173

Albion Hicks – farmer (employer); Annie Hicks – wife (father born in NS), Walter Hicks, Harvey Hicks, Seeward Hicks, Headley Hicks, Nata Hicks, Albert Scott – lodger, mill labourer (wage earner, father born in NS), Etta Scott – lodger, Docia Scott – lodger, Garry Scott – lodger

Household 174

Nathan Hicks – farmer, Lucinda Hicks – wife, Robert Hicks, Laura Hicks, David Hicks, Gilbert Hicks, Fannie Hicks

Unless otherwise noted

  • Relationship to head of family – son/daughter
  • Country or province of birth - New Brunswick
  • French Canadian – no
  • Place of birth of father - New Brunswick
  • Place of birth of mother - New Brunswick
  • Religion – Baptist
  • Occupation – none
  • Employer – no
  • Wage Earner – no
  • Unemployed during week preceding census: no
  • Employer to state avg number of hands employed during year: none
  • Can read – yes (only noting as “no” if over age 12)
  • Can write – yes (only noting as “no” if over age 12)
  • Deaf and dumb – no
  • Blind – no
  • Unsound of mind – no