|Posted By:||Thomas Murray|
|Subject:||Isaac Fowler 1790-1861|
|Post Date:||July 14, 2011 at 19:07:30|
|Forum:||New Brunswick, Canada Genealogy Forum|
Henry Fowler and Elizabeth (Betty) Morehouse were Loyalists arriving in New Brunswick in 1783. Amongst their children is said to have been:
ISAAC FOWLER b. 17OCT1790, d. 3JAN1861, m. Kings Co., NB 30OCT1822 RUTH MALLORY (b. ca. 1801, d. Hammond Vale, Kings Co., NB OCT1896), d/o Simeon (Edward?) and Elizabeth (Sherwood) Mallory.
Both were of Hampton Parish, Kings Co., NB when married, A witness was Andrew 'Mallery'. (Andrew Edward Mallory b. ca. 1790, d. 12JAN1865.)
When Ruth died, she was survived by one son.
As far as I can tell they should have been in Kings County in 1851 and Ruth should be there in 1871, 1881 and 1891. Most likely in Sussex, Upham or in Hampton Parish. I find no trace of them. At least one daughter was Jemima R. Fowler who married in Upham Parish in 1844 Charles S. Griffiths/Griffith. Were there other children?