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There was at least one Thorn in Richibucto:
Film F1113 Richibucto Cathedral Archives, Fredericton, 1815-1956
Annals of the See of New Brunswick (Journal of Bishop John Medley 1845-1892).
Anglican Cathedral Archives, Fredericton (Richibucto) Baptism register also contains deaths.
Samuel H. Wayman of Wellington and Mary Ann Thorn of the parish of Richibucto in the county of Kent were married by license at St. Mary's Church, Richibucto, this fourteenth day of August in the year of our Lord 1858 by me.
Nathl. Allen Coster
This marriage was solemnized before us
signed Samuel H. Wayman in presence of
Mary Ann Thorn signed Malcom Green
I found this doing my research. I did not connect her with the Standish Thorns, but there were three Mary Ann Thorns in Standish, all accounted for.
Israel Thorn of Standish moved to St. Andrews, N.B. He d. Nov. 11, 1864 in St. George, N.B. His brother, Joseph, m. Martha M. Stevens, b. in Macadavy (Magaquidavic), N.B. Another brother, Simeon Thorn, went to N.B. with his brothers and d. there unmarried.
Maine Marriages, 1892-1966, can be searched online. There is no marriage listed for Julie(a) Thorn(e) or for Anthony or Anthoine Robichaud. I suspect they were m. in Canada.
Merritts' wife was Mary Ann Winn of Sebago, Maine. She d. Aug. 13, 1911, ae 70-10-8 in Sebago. Buried SF Village Cem.
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