Margaret Jackson1

F, #27661, b. 19 June 1881, d. 6 December 1917
FatherJames Jackson1 b. 10 Feb 1848, d. 4 Jun 1901
MotherElizabeth Hallaran1 b. c 1851, d. 6 Dec 1917

Family

Vincent McDonald b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
Children
Relationship3rd great-granddaughter of Jean George Bezanson
     Margaret Jackson was born on 19 June 1881 at Nova Scotia.2,1 She married Vincent McDonald, son of Mary (?).2 Margaret Jackson died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 36, in the Halifax Explosion.3

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.

Census Summary

1880
Birth
1881
1890
Census
1891
1900
Census
1901
1910
Census
1911
Death
1917

Census, Residence

Census1891Margaret Jackson appeared on the census of 1891 in the household of James Jackson and Elizabeth Hallaran at Halifax, Nova Scotia.1
Census1901Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson appeared on the census of 1901 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, with Mary Elizabeth McDonald, enumerated in the same dwelling as Margaret's parents James Jackson and Elizabeth Hallaran.2
Census1911Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson appeared on the census of 1911 at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, with Mary Elizabeth McDonald, Ethel McDonald, Annie McDonald, Charles McDonald and Gordon McDonald.4
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1891 Canadian Census; Ward 6a, Halifax City, Nova Scotia; Roll: T-6314; Family: 98; Page: 23; Lines: 21-25; Page: 24; Lines: 1-5.
  2. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  3. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Margaret MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 887.
  4. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.
  5. [S12] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Birth Registrations", Arthur Roy McDonald; Registration Year: 1912; Page: 52600123; Number: 52600124.
  6. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Allan McDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 881.
  7. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 884.

Vincent McDonald1

M, #27662, b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 March 1962
MotherMary (?)2 d. 6 Dec 1917

Family 1

Margaret Jackson b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Children

Family 2

Ellen May Sidebottom b. May 1882, d. 4 Jul 1953
Children
     Vincent McDonald was born on 10 May 1878 at Nova Scotia.1 He married Margaret Jackson, daughter of James Jackson and Elizabeth Hallaran.1 Vincent McDonald became a widower at age 39 upon the death of his wife Margaret Jackson on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia.3 Vincent McDonald married Ellen May Sidebottom on 18 September 1918 at Halifax, Nova Scotia. He was 40. She was 36. They were previously married to siblings Margaret Jackson and Edward Jackson, both of whom died in the Halifax Explosion.4 Vincent McDonald became a widower at age 75 upon the death of his wife Ellen May Sidebottom on 4 July 1953 at Halifax Infirmary, Halifax, Nova Scotia.5 Vincent McDonald died on 16 March 1962 at 10 Merkel Place, Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 83. The informant on his death certificate was Gordon McDonald.6

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.

Census Summary

1870
Birth
1878
1880
1890
1900
Census
1901
1910
Census
1911
1920
1930
1940
1950
1960
Death
1962

Census, Residence

Census1901Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson appeared on the census of 1901 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, with Mary Elizabeth McDonald, enumerated in the same dwelling as Margaret's parents James Jackson and Elizabeth Hallaran.1
Census1911Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson appeared on the census of 1911 at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, with Mary Elizabeth McDonald, Ethel McDonald, Annie McDonald, Charles McDonald and Gordon McDonald.7
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  2. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Mary Squires; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 888.
  3. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Margaret MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 887.
  4. [S13] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Marriage Registrations", Ellen Jackson; Vincent McDonald; Registration Year: 1919; Book: 8; Page: 92.
  5. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Ellen May McDonald; Registration Year: 1953; Page: 3688.
  6. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Vincent McDonald; Registration Year: 1962; Page: 2250.
  7. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.
  8. [S12] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Birth Registrations", Arthur Roy McDonald; Registration Year: 1912; Page: 52600123; Number: 52600124.
  9. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Allan McDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 881.
  10. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 884.
  11. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", McDonald [unnamed twins]; Registration Year: 1920; Book: 70; Page: 252.

Mary Elizabeth McDonald1,2

F, #27663, b. 22 July 1900, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald2 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson2 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917

Family

Carroll Franklin Boutilier b. c 1894, d. 6 Dec 1917
Children
Relationship4th great-granddaughter of Jean George Bezanson
     Mary Elizabeth McDonald was born on 22 July 1900 at Nova Scotia.2 She married Carroll Franklin Boutilier on 22 January 1917 at St. Joseph's Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia. She was 16.1 Mary Elizabeth McDonald died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 17, in the Halifax Explosion.3

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.

Census Summary

1900
Birth
1900
Census
1901
1910
Census
1911
Death
1917

Census, Residence

Census1901Mary Elizabeth McDonald appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson at Halifax, Nova Scotia.2
Census1911Mary Elizabeth McDonald appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia.4
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Citations

  1. [S13] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Marriage Registrations", Mary Elizabeth McDonald; Carroll F. Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Book: 4; Page: 908.
  2. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  3. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Mary Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 880.
  4. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.
  5. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Vincent Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 220; Number: 1319.
  6. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 879.

Ethel McDonald1

F, #27664, b. September 1900, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-granddaughter of Jean George Bezanson
     Ethel McDonald was born in September 1900 at Nova Scotia.1 She died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 17, in the Halifax Explosion.2

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.

Census Summary

1900
Birth
1900
1910
Census
1911
Death
1917

Census, Residence

Census1911Ethel McDonald appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia.3
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  2. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Ethel MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 886.
  3. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.

Annie McDonald1

F, #27665, b. February 1903, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-granddaughter of Jean George Bezanson
     Annie McDonald was born in February 1903 at Nova Scotia.1 She died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 14, in the Halifax Explosion.2

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.

Census Summary

1900
Birth
1903
1910
Census
1911
Death
1917

Census, Residence

Census1911Annie McDonald appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia.3
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  2. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Annie McDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 882.
  3. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.

Charles McDonald1

M, #27666, b. September 1907, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Charles McDonald was born in September 1907 at Nova Scotia.1 He died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 10, in the Halifax Explosion.2

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.

Census Summary

1900
Birth
1907
1910
Census
1911
Death
1917

Census, Residence

Census1911Charles McDonald appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia.3
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  2. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Charles MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 885.
  3. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.

Gordon McDonald1

M, #27667, b. 6 February 1910
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Gordon McDonald was born on 6 February 1910 at Halifax, Nova Scotia.2,1 He was the informant listed on the death certificate of Vincent McDonald who died 16 March 1962.3

Census Summary

1910
Birth
1910
Census
1911

Census, Residence

Census1911Gordon McDonald appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson at 222 Campbell Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia.4
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Citations

  1. [S5] 1901 Canadian Census; Halifax (City) Ward No 6, Halifax (City), Nova Scotia; Family: 74; Page: 8.
  2. [S12] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Birth Registrations", Gordon McDonald; Registration Year: 1910; Page: 56400847; Number: 56400847.
  3. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Vincent McDonald; Registration Year: 1962; Page: 2250.
  4. [S5] 1911 Canadian Census; 87 - Ward 6, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Family: 113; Page: 12.

Arthur Roy McDonald1

M, #27668, b. 23 March 1912, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Arthur Roy McDonald was born on 23 March 1912 at Halifax, Nova Scotia.1 He died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, at age 5, in the Halifax Explosion.2

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.
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Citations

  1. [S12] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Birth Registrations", Arthur Roy McDonald; Registration Year: 1912; Page: 52600123; Number: 52600124.
  2. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Arthur MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 883.

Allan McDonald1

M, #27669, b. circa 1914, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Allan McDonald was born circa 1914.1 He died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the Halifax Explosion.1

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.
Last Edited21 May 2015

Citations

  1. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Allan McDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 881.

Carroll Franklin Boutilier1

M, #27670, b. circa 1894, d. 6 December 1917

Family

Mary Elizabeth McDonald b. 22 Jul 1900, d. 6 Dec 1917
Children
     Carroll Franklin Boutilier was born circa 1894 at Boutilier's Cove.1 He married Mary Elizabeth McDonald, daughter of Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson, on 22 January 1917 at St. Joseph's Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia. She was 16.1 Carroll Franklin Boutilier died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the Halifax Explosion.2

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.
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Citations

  1. [S13] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Marriage Registrations", Mary Elizabeth McDonald; Carroll F. Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Book: 4; Page: 908.
  2. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll F. Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 8; Number: 51.
  3. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Vincent Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 220; Number: 1319.
  4. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 879.

Vincent Boutilier1

M, #27671, b. circa 1916, d. 6 December 1917
FatherCarroll Franklin Boutilier1 b. c 1894, d. 6 Dec 1917
MotherMary Elizabeth McDonald1 b. 22 Jul 1900, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship5th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Vincent Boutilier was born circa 1916.1 He died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the Halifax Explosion.1

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.
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Citations

  1. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Vincent Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 220; Number: 1319.

Carroll Boutilier1

M, #27672, b. circa August 1917, d. 6 December 1917
FatherCarroll Franklin Boutilier1 b. c 1894, d. 6 Dec 1917
MotherMary Elizabeth McDonald1 b. 22 Jul 1900, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship5th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Carroll Boutilier was born circa August 1917.1 He died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia.1

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.
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Citations

  1. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll Boutilier; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 146; Number: 879.

Carroll McDonald1

M, #27673, b. circa 1916, d. 6 December 1917
FatherVincent McDonald1 b. 10 May 1878, d. 16 Mar 1962
MotherMargaret Jackson1 b. 19 Jun 1881, d. 6 Dec 1917
Relationship4th great-grandson of Jean George Bezanson
     Carroll McDonald was born circa 1916.1 He died on 6 December 1917 at Halifax, Nova Scotia, in the Halifax Explosion.1

     Vincent McDonald and Margaret Jackson were living at 1498 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia near ground zero when the Mont-Blanc exploded in Halifax harbor on 6 December 1917. Margaret and their children Ethel, Annie, Charles, Arthur, Allan and Carroll died as a result of the explosion. Vincent identified the bodies of his family.

     Married daughter Mary was also living at 1498 Barrington Street. She died in the explosion, as did her husband Carroll Franklin Boutilier and her sons Vincent and Carroll.

     Mary Squires was living at the same address, and she died in the explosion. She was probably Vincent's mother.

     In 1917, Pleasant Street, Lockman Street and Campbell Road were renamed Barrington Street. Records recorded before 1917 refer to the old names.
Last Edited21 May 2015

Citations

  1. [S14] Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), "Death Registrations", Carroll MacDonald; Registration Year: 1917; Page: 147; Number: 884.