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Death of an Interpreter

Marco Antonio Scopinich, interpreter for the Baltimore post office, died at the late hour Tuesday night of congestion of the brain, at his home, 1806 Aisquith Street. Mr. Scopinich was taken ill on Saturday at the post office, and was removed home, but did not recover consciousness.

He was 44 years old and a native of Lussin-Piccolo, Austria. He had been in Baltimore since 1872, when he came here as a captain of an Austrian vessel, and for some time was in the ship-brokerage business. Postmaster Veazey appointed him to the position of interpreter, for which he was eminently qualified. He was an accomplished linguist, speaking English, German, French, Italian, Bohemian and several other languages fluently, and having knowledge of others, which made it impossible for anyone to leave the Baltimore post office without having their business understood and attended to. Besides these accomplishments, Mr. Scopinich was courteous in manner under all circumstances. His knowledge of the Bohemian language was almost invaluable to the office, as many Bohemians are located in this city and have frequent business with the post office.

Mr. Scopinich leaves a widow and five boys, the oldest about ten years of age. Mrs. Scopinich is from Bermuda, and met and married her husband while on a visit to this city. She will probably return to her friends in Bermuda. 
SCOPINICH, Capt. Marco Antonio (I4907)
 
2

It is with great sadness that the family announces the sudden passing of Leonce Reginald Motyer on Saturday, December 5, 2009, in his 83rd year. Beloved husband of 54 years to Sally Motyer (nee Benjamin). Loving father of John Motyer of Bermuda, Leonce Motyer of Belleville, Sally Gallo (Paul) of Burlington and Valerie George (David) of Edmonton. Cherished grandpa of Heather, Curtis, Dani, Katie and Kristin. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by siblings Myrtle, Jean, John and Gwennie.

Cremation has taken place and a private family interment will be held at Burlington Memorial Gardens. A Memorial Service will take place on Saturday, December 12, 2009 at Wellington Square United Church located at 2121 Caroline Street in Burlington. The service begins at 1:00 p.m. and a reception will follow in St. Paul's Hall.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Salvation Army would be appreciated by the family.

A very special thank you to the EMS response teams and emergency room staff at Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital for their hard work and kindness during this very difficult time.

Arrangements entrusted to Dodsworth & Brown Funeral Home, Burlington CChapel, 2241 New Street (at Drury Lane) (905-637-5233). 
MOTYER, Léonce Reginald "Tupsy" Jr. (I2)
 
3

Name: Lydia Motyer
Age: 16
Estimated birth year: abt 1835
Relation: Daughter
Household: View other family members
Gender: Female
Where born: Orford Haven, Suffolk, England
Civil parish: Alverstoke
County/Island: Hampshire
Country: England
Street address:
Occupation:
Condition as to marriage:
Disability: View image
Source information: HO107/1660
Registration district: Alverstoke
Sub-registration district: Alverstoke
ED, institution, or vessel: 1c
Folio: 74
Page: 27 (click to see others on page)
Household schedule number: 72
GSU Number: 193567 
MOTYER, Lydia (I672)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. COOPER, Caryl Denise (I3972)
 
5 «b»GRANT, Gregory Emslie Robert«/b» Peacefully at Toronto East General Hospital on Wednesday, September 10, 2008, in his 93rd year. Beloved husband of Carol (nee Lynn). Loving father of Diane Lane, Janet, Lynn Yackimec and the late Hannah Gauthier. Will be sadly missed by his grandchildren, great-grandchildren and sons-in-law. The family would like to thank the staff of Providence Healthcare. Private cremation with burial of the urn at Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery in Montreal.

Published in the Toronto Star from Sept. 13 to Oct. 13, 2008 
GRANT, Gregory Emslie Robert (I5816)
 
6 «b»HMS Indefatigable«/b» was a battlecruiser of the Royal Navy, and the lead ship of her class.

«b»Indefatigable«/b» was sunk on 31 May 1916 during the Battle of Jutland, the largest naval battle of the war. Part of Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty's Battlecruiser Fleet, she was hit several times in the first minutes of the "Run to the South", the opening phase of the battlecruiser action. Shells from the German battlecruiser Von der Tann caused an explosion, ripping a hole in her hull, and a second explosion hurled large pieces of the ship 200 feet (60 m) in the air. Only two of the crew of 1,019 survived. 
BAKER, Francis George Autridge (I2872)
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Sally Gail (I293)
 
8 «b»Washington State University«/b» was established by the Washington Legislature on March 28, 1890, less than five months after statehood was declared on November 11, 1889. After an extended search for a location, the state's new land-grant college opened in Pullman on 13 January 1892. The year 1897 saw the first graduating class of seven men and women.

The school changed names from «b»Washington Agricultural College and School of Science,«/b» to «b»State College of Washington«/b» in 1905, and then to «b»Washington State University«/b» in 1959. 
CONYERS, Joseph Dudley (I3853)
 
9 «i»From:«/i» "Diana Motyer" <«u»d.motyer@telus.net «/u»>
«i»Subject:«/i» spencer/white/motyer
«i»Date:«/i» Tue, 17 Jan 2006 08:47:12 -0700

Hello List;

Looking for information on

Mary Foss WHITE md to Abraham SPENCER in 1862 Northwood, Isle of Wight

I have them in the 1881 census but looking for help with Mary Foss WHITE believed to be daughter of James WHITE and Mary Foss MOTYER .

Regards Diana Motyer
 
Family F945
 
10 «i»From:«/i» "Richard W. Hinde" r«u»whinde@adelphia.net«/u»
«i»Subject:«/i» Re: [DOR] Joseph Hinde
«i»Date:«/i» Thu, 22 Sep 2005 19:19:46 -0400
«i»References:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>
«i»In-Reply-To:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>

Evening Diana;

I have the following in my file for Joseph:

Joseph Motyer also joined the Navy and entered the submarine service. He
was based at Devenport Naval Dockyard, Plymouth and met his wife from
Saltash, just over the river in Cornwall. Duties included a spell on patrol
in the Baltic. Perhaps because of the unhealthy conditions in those early
submarines he fell ill and died of pneumonia aged only 32, having reached
the rank of Chief Petty Officer. His grave is in St. Stephen's churchyard
the old burial ground for the town of Saltash Cornwall.

Additional information:

Born: 19 March 1893, Portland
Died: 17 May 1925, Saltash, Cornwall
Married: Florance Dale, 22 July 1918, St Nicholas Church, Saltash
Her DOB: 31 Dec 1893, Saltash
Her DOD: 1 Oct 1982, Saltash

Children: Norman b. 6 Feb 1921; d. 20 Feb 2002 - Patricia b. 2 May 1924

This data was supplied by Norman's son Phillip.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Richard Hinde
 
Family F944
 
11 «i»From:«/i» "Richard W. Hinde" r«u»whinde@adelphia.net«/u»
«i»Subject:«/i» Re: [DOR] Joseph Hinde
«i»Date:«/i» Thu, 22 Sep 2005 19:19:46 -0400
«i»References:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>
«i»In-Reply-To:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>

Evening Diana;

I have the following in my file for Joseph:

Joseph Motyer also joined the Navy and entered the submarine service. He
was based at Devenport Naval Dockyard, Plymouth and met his wife from
Saltash, just over the river in Cornwall. Duties included a spell on patrol
in the Baltic. Perhaps because of the unhealthy conditions in those early
submarines he fell ill and died of pneumonia aged only 32, having reached
the rank of Chief Petty Officer. His grave is in St. Stephen's churchyard
the old burial ground for the town of Saltash Cornwall.

Additional information:

Born: 19 March 1893, Portland
Died: 17 May 1925, Saltash, Cornwall
Married: Florance Dale, 22 July 1918, St Nicholas Church, Saltash
Her DOB: 31 Dec 1893, Saltash
Her DOD: 1 Oct 1982, Saltash

Children: Norman b. 6 Feb 1921; d. 20 Feb 2002 - Patricia b. 2 May 1924

This data was supplied by Norman's son Phillip.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Richard Hinde
 
Family F944
 
12 (From Portland, An Illustrated History, by Stuart Morris)
The time-honoured Portland custom of courtship never failed to shock visitors well into the 19th century. Marriage did not traditionally take place until the girl was pregnant. If after faithful courtship no conception followed the couple would part, on the assumption that they were not meant for each other. When pregnancy did occur, the two invariably became man and wife. Portland men were never known to abuse the situation, and infidelity was almost unheard of. Any Kimberlins who took advantage of this 'free love' but who did not honour their duty to marry were stoned out of the Island! This could explain Sarah Tizard's birth before the marriage of her parents. 
STONE, Joseph Motyer (I538)
 
13 (Medical):«b»Edema«/b» (American English) or «b»oedema«/b» (British English), formerly known as «b»dropsy«/b» or «b»hydropsy«/b», is an abnormal accumulation of fluid beneath the skin or in one or more cavities of the body that produces swelling. FRITH, Deborah Jane (I3845)
 
14 (Medical):«b»Lieutenant Arthur John Motyer
«/b»Canadian Field Artillery

Killed in action aged 30
Buried at Sunken Road Cemetery, Contalmaison Plot II. B. 9.

Arthur John was born in Hamilton, Bermuda. His father, Ephraim Motyer, born in Bridport, Dorset in 1856, later emigrated and became a building contractor in Bermuda.

After being educated locally, he went to Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada and graduated with a degree in Mathematics. He came to Christ Church in 1909 as a Rhodes Scholar, the first from Bermuda, and read Physics. His education continued at McGill University where he studied electrical engineering.

Arthur John travelled widely. Sailing lists show him leaving Bermuda in 1902, 1905, and 1908 for St. John's, New Brunswick, or Halifax, Nova Scotia, and in 1909, 1911 and 1913 for New York. At the time of the 1911 Canadian Census, he was living in Hamilton, Ontario.

Before the war, he served with the King's Colonial in England for two years, and with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in Canada for a year. He joined up at Quebec on 26 September 1914. Having served in the ranks, he was commissioned with the rank of Lieutenant in the 2nd Brigade Canadian Field Artillery, as a communications expert.

On 22 May 1915 The Royal Gazette, Hamilton published the following:

PRIVATE A. J. MOTYER rumour has been in circulation during the past week, starting as such rumours do, from what source no one knows, to the effect that Private A. J. Motyer had been taken prisoner. is gratifying to know that his parents have by this mail, received a card from him, dated April 25th saying "Quite well". It would spare much pain and anxiety to those with friends at the seat of war if more caution was observed in the repeating of unfounded rumours.

He was killed at Contalmaison on September 15th 1916 whilst helping lay a telephone wire down on top of a wall. When he was shot a man from the Red Cross went up on the wall to rescue him. He, too, was shot and killed. Another man went up and brought down both bodies.

His only brother named his son Arthur, and Arthur followed in his uncle's footsteps by gaining a Rhode's Scholarship. 
MOTYER, Lt. Arthur John (I155)
 
15 (Medical):«b»Puerperal Fever«/b» is a fever that lasts for more than 24 hours within the first 10 days after a woman has had a baby. It is due to an infection, and was a devastating disease. It affected women within the first three days after childbirth and progressed rapidly, causing acute symptoms of severe abdominal pain, fever and debility.

She died at age 34, only 23 days after her son Ernest Stowe COOPER was born. 
MASTERS, Emily Stowe (I4585)
 
16 (Medical):Coroner's autopsy revealed that he had taken 2 tablets of Bichloride of Mercury. MASTERS, Walter Orville (I4523)
 
17 (Medical):JMM-BDA-2011: Dick Hayward's report has her cause of death being Biulbar Paralysis, but according to the Internet it is spelled Bulbar Paralysis. COOPER, Lucetta Scopinich (I4825)
 
18 (Medical):JMM-BDA-2011: Dick Hayward's report shows her cause of death to be "Res. Failure". I assume this to mean Respiratory Failure. RANKIN, Patricia Mae "Patsy" (I4421)
 
19 (Medical):JMM-BDA-2011: I am not able to find Corveilsious on the Internet, so I don't know if that name is correct. KEMP, Howard Evelyn (I4645)
 
20 (Medical):On November 21st at Derriford Hospital John Motyer Collins, aged 66 years. Loving husband of Anne.
In God's care.
Funeral on Monday December 1st, service at Crownhill Baptist Church at 2pm, thence Weston Mill Crematorium.
Either flowers or donations if desired made payable to The Plymouth NHS Trust (for Birch Ward) may be sent to Walter Parson, Salisbury House, St.Judes. Tel: 665438. 
COLLINS, John Motyer (I3330)
 
21 (Medical):Orfa, drowned, Apr. 16, 1799. [Orpah, d. Joshua and Lydia, a. 8 y. 6 m., G.R.8.] THISTLE, Orfa (I2607)
 
22 (Medical):Rosemary died at the Royal Adelaide Hospital on 20 July 1989 at the age of 16, following an unsuccessful operation to repair a faulty condition in her heart.
Rosemary is much missed by her Dad and Family. I didn't forget you Rosemary! 
WARREN-SMITH, Rosemary (I2106)
 
23 (Medical):See attached sources. KEMP, Alyn Eugene (I4694)
 
24 (Research):

Colin MacMillan (from Minnesota, USA ?) brought to my attention, on 17 Aug 2013, the following discrepancy with this individual:

     I have Benjamin COOPER [i4451] as having been born about 1696.
     I have no birth date for his wife, Mary LAMB [i4452].
     But I have them as having been married 25 November 1818.
     That would've made Benjamin 124 years old on his marriage day.

So the above information is definitely incorrect.

I do not want to assume anything, but a possibility would be, that the personal details (such as estimated birth year, parents, siblings, etc.) of the above Benjamin COOPER is correct. But that the information about his spouse, marriage and children are NOT correct.

Therefore, for now:

1. For DESCENDANCY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451], and their descendants:

          • Mary LAMB [i4452]

               • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
               • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
               • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

2. For ANCESTRY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the parents & other ancestors of the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451]:

          • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
          • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
          • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

The above Mary LAMB possibly was indeed married to a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER. Likewise, these 3 childrens' father possibly was indeed a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER.

I apologize for this error. I will visit the Bermuda Archives (the source of this information) to further investigate this discrepancy, and hopefully will be able to rectify the problem.

Thank you again, Colin.

John Mark Motyer [i1]
Bermuda
17 Aug 2013
 
COOPER, Benjamin (I4451)
 
25 (Research):

Colin MacMillan (from Minnesota, USA ?) brought to my attention, on 17 Aug 2013, the following discrepancy with this individual:

     I have Benjamin COOPER [i4451] as having been born about 1696.
     I have no birth date for his wife, Mary LAMB [i4452].
     But I have them as having been married 25 November 1818.
     That would've made Benjamin 124 years old on his marriage day.

So the above information is definitely incorrect.

I do not want to assume anything, but a possibility would be, that the personal details (such as estimated birth year, parents, siblings, etc.) of the above Benjamin COOPER is correct. But that the information about his spouse, marriage and children are NOT correct.

Therefore, for now:

1. For DESCENDANCY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451], and their descendants:

          • Mary LAMB [i4452]

               • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
               • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
               • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

2. For ANCESTRY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the parents & other ancestors of the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451]:

          • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
          • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
          • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

The above Mary LAMB possibly was indeed married to a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER. Likewise, these 3 childrens' father possibly was indeed a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER.

I apologize for this error. I will visit the Bermuda Archives (the source of this information) to further investigate this discrepancy, and hopefully will be able to rectify the problem.

Thank you again, Colin.

John Mark Motyer [i1]
Bermuda
17 Aug 2013
 
LAMB, Mary (I4452)
 
26 (Research):

Colin MacMillan (from Minnesota, USA ?) brought to my attention, on 17 Aug 2013, the following discrepancy with this individual:

     I have Benjamin COOPER [i4451] as having been born about 1696.
     I have no birth date for his wife, Mary LAMB [i4452].
     But I have them as having been married 25 November 1818.
     That would've made Benjamin 124 years old on his marriage day.

So the above information is definitely incorrect.

I do not want to assume anything, but a possibility would be, that the personal details (such as estimated birth year, parents, siblings, etc.) of the above Benjamin COOPER is correct. But that the information about his spouse, marriage and children are NOT correct.

Therefore, for now:

1. For DESCENDANCY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451], and their descendants:

          • Mary LAMB [i4452]

               • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
               • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
               • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

2. For ANCESTRY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the parents & other ancestors of the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451]:

          • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
          • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
          • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

The above Mary LAMB possibly was indeed married to a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER. Likewise, these 3 childrens' father possibly was indeed a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER.

I apologize for this error. I will visit the Bermuda Archives (the source of this information) to further investigate this discrepancy, and hopefully will be able to rectify the problem.

Thank you again, Colin.

John Mark Motyer [i1]
Bermuda
17 Aug 2013
 
COOPER, Susan George (I4453)
 
27 (Research):

Colin MacMillan (from Minnesota, USA ?) brought to my attention, on 17 Aug 2013, the following discrepancy with this individual:

     I have Benjamin COOPER [i4451] as having been born about 1696.
     I have no birth date for his wife, Mary LAMB [i4452].
     But I have them as having been married 25 November 1818.
     That would've made Benjamin 124 years old on his marriage day.

So the above information is definitely incorrect.

I do not want to assume anything, but a possibility would be, that the personal details (such as estimated birth year, parents, siblings, etc.) of the above Benjamin COOPER is correct. But that the information about his spouse, marriage and children are NOT correct.

Therefore, for now:

1. For DESCENDANCY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451], and their descendants:

          • Mary LAMB [i4452]

               • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
               • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
               • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

2. For ANCESTRY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the parents & other ancestors of the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451]:

          • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
          • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
          • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

The above Mary LAMB possibly was indeed married to a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER. Likewise, these 3 childrens' father possibly was indeed a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER.

I apologize for this error. I will visit the Bermuda Archives (the source of this information) to further investigate this discrepancy, and hopefully will be able to rectify the problem.

Thank you again, Colin.

John Mark Motyer [i1]
Bermuda
17 Aug 2013
 
COOPER, Joseph Todd (I4458)
 
28 (Research):

Colin MacMillan (from Minnesota, USA ?) brought to my attention, on 17 Aug 2013, the following discrepancy with this individual:

     I have Benjamin COOPER [i4451] as having been born about 1696.
     I have no birth date for his wife, Mary LAMB [i4452].
     But I have them as having been married 25 November 1818.
     That would've made Benjamin 124 years old on his marriage day.

So the above information is definitely incorrect.

I do not want to assume anything, but a possibility would be, that the personal details (such as estimated birth year, parents, siblings, etc.) of the above Benjamin COOPER is correct. But that the information about his spouse, marriage and children are NOT correct.

Therefore, for now:

1. For DESCENDANCY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451], and their descendants:

          • Mary LAMB [i4452]

               • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
               • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
               • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

2. For ANCESTRY-purposes, please disregard any information in my database on the parents & other ancestors of the following individuals linked to Benjamin COOPER [i4451]:

          • Susan George COOPER [i4453], born 24 Oct 1820 in Bermuda, died Nov 1898 in Bermuda
          • Joseph Todd COOPER [i4458], born 26 May 1822 in Bermuda
          • Mary Sarah COOPER [i4459], born 27 June 1824 in Bermuda, died 9 July 1864 in Bermuda

The above Mary LAMB possibly was indeed married to a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER. Likewise, these 3 childrens' father possibly was indeed a Benjamin COOPER, but not this particular Benjamin COOPER.

I apologize for this error. I will visit the Bermuda Archives (the source of this information) to further investigate this discrepancy, and hopefully will be able to rectify the problem.

Thank you again, Colin.

John Mark Motyer [i1]
Bermuda
17 Aug 2013
 
COOPER, Mary Sarah (I4459)
 
29 (Research):
Joseph Motyer was a widower from Abbotsbury at the time of his marriage to Israel Keech (who was also a widow).

A death of a Betty Motyer (alias Frances Chickerell) fits as a possible marriage. Burial was 23 Sept 1760.

And a Joseph Motyer who married an Elizabeth Chip in 1742 in Buckland Ripers is another possible marriage.

A Thomas Melmore (born 1711) married Elizabeth Frances (born 1712) in Hammoon, Dorset in 1733. Thomas died 1750.

Thus did Elizabeth remarry and is Betty Motyer (alias Frances) who died in Chickerell? There seems to be an ELizabeth Chip (christened 1726) in Wimborne, Dorset. 
MOTYER, Joseph (I258)
 
30 (Research): [4] Albert Lorne Hedley, b. 1940, married Helen (Motyer) Pi July 25, 1969. They have 2 children (vii {1} Terra Lorraine Hedley, b. 1970, married Stacy Trudgeon They have 5 children (viii 1- Jamie Trudge 2- Danielle Trudge 3- Cody Trudge 4- Randi Trudge 5- Jesse Trudge {2} Kenneth Raymond Hedley, b. 1974, married Dale ? PITT, Helen (I500)
 
31 (Research): on the 1881 census

Joseph MOTCHER Head M Male 56 Swyre, Dorset, England Ag Lab Mary Ann MOTCHER Wife M Female 49 Swyre ((Whitley)), Dorset, England Joan SANSOM Wifes Mother W Female 78 Whitley, Dorset, England Elizabeth WHEEDEN Wifes Aunt U Female 81 Whitley, Dorset, England Elizabeth A. CHURCHILL Grnd Daur Female 2 Puncknowle, Dorset, England

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Source Information:
Dwelling Cob Mill
Census Place Swyre, Dorset, England
Family History Library Film 1341513
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 2122 / 95
Page Number 2 
CHURCHILL, Elizabeth A. (I543)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LOWNDES, Alan D. Motyer (I1820)
 
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LOWNDES, Alan Motyer (I3260)
 
34 (Research):«b»Barry & Valda J Motyer
«/b»home
118 San Nicolas Ave
Santa Barbara, CA 93109-2137
(805) 965-1647 
MOTYER, Barry George (I927)
 
35 (Research):«b»Born: Guiltingen, Schwarzw, W Rttemberg, Germany«/b» BART, Hans (I3328)
 
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Brian Henry (I151)
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Rachel (I2428)
 
38 (Research):«b»Examination Results 2002«/b»A/AS Level results achieved by Christ's Hospital pupils this year are the best yet resulting in five successful Oxbridge places.Generally GCSE candidates exceeded expectations. A number of pupils were exceptionally successful being awarded A* in all of their subjects, but of particular note is the performance of two pupils in English Literature who received a special citation for being in the top 5 of all candidates sitting the examinations set by AQA. It is rare for one pupil in a school to achieve this, but for both Richard Lebon and Ilona Motyer from Christ's Hospital to receive this special citation is exceptional. MOTYER, Ilona (I439)
 
39 (Research):«b»Friday, March 12, 2010
«/b»
«b»Guest speaker for March, Laura Motyer
«/b»This month's guest speaker for the evening weigh in will be Laura Motyer. She will be speaking at 5:30pm about the science behind permanent weight loss and building your metabolism. Ever wonder why you are not losing weight when you're exercising and eating fewer calories? This is a struggle for so many and Laura will clue us in on what we need to know in order to not sabotage ourselves when trying to lose fat.

Laura is a personal trainer, figure coach, and a group exercise instructor at the YMCA. Laura's knowledge about losing body fat and improving your health is extensive and we are so lucky to have her share her insight with us! This is sure to be a wonderful session. Do your best to attend – we are in for a treat.

Also, I failed to include the noon weigh in time on Monday's newsletter. There will still be a weigh-in session at Bluffton Regional Hospital from Noon-2:00. Again, the weigh in times and locations are:

6:30-8:30 am YMCA
Noon-2:00 pm Hospital
4:00-7:00 pm Presbyterian Church
5:30 pm Guest Speaker – Laura Motyer

--Nikki Surbaugh 
RIDLEY, Laura Kay (I853)
 
40 (Research):«b»HARRIS«/b» o@ca.on.york.toronto.«u»globe_and_mail «/u» 2004-12-16 published

MOTYER, Margaret "Marny" (née MacKINNON)

Peacefully on December 10, 2004, at Victoria Village Manor, Barrie, in her 83rd year.

Beloved wife of the late John Fletcher MOTYER.

Graduate of Mount Allison University (class of '42) and Toronto General Hospital (class of '46).

She brought comfort through her work as a nurse, and joy with her gift of song.

She will be sorely missed by her 5 children: Emily «b»HARRIS«/b» (Grant), and Jenny, Marny, Vicky and John (Carolyn) MOTYER. Loving grandmother of 9 grandchildren.

Marny will also be missed by many other family and Friends. A special thank you to the caring staff at Victoria Village.

Memorial Service to be held at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, December 18, 2004, at the Burton Avenue United Church, 37 Burton Avenue, Barrie, Ontario.

Marny requested that in lieu of flowers a donation be made to Autism Society Canada, Box 22017, Ottawa, Ontario K1V 0C2
 
MACKINNON, Margaret Eleanor "Marny" (I97)
 
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Jeffrey David (I498)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Dana (I2419)
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Joelle (I2425)
 
44 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. HOEROLDT, Stefan Cornelius (I2407)
 
45 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Ward John (I923)
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MOTYER, Wayne Neil (I922)
 
47 (Research):«i»From:«/i» "Diana Motyer" <«u»d.motyer@telus.net «/u»>
«i»Subject:«/i» spencer/white/motyer
«i»Date:«/i» Tue, 17 Jan 2006 08:47:12 -0700

Hello List;

Looking for information on

Mary Foss WHITE md to Abraham SPENCER in 1862 Northwood, Isle of Wight

I have them in the 1881 census but looking for help with Mary Foss WHITE believed to be daughter of James WHITE and Mary Foss MOTYER .

Regards Diana Motyer

 
WHITE, Mary Foss (I2939)
 
48 (Research):«i»From:«/i» "Diana Motyer" <«u»d.motyer@telus.net «/u»>
«i»Subject:«/i» spencer/white/motyer
«i»Date:«/i» Tue, 17 Jan 2006 08:47:12 -0700

Hello List;

Looking for information on

Mary Foss WHITE md to Abraham SPENCER in 1862 Northwood, Isle of Wight

I have them in the 1881 census but looking for help with Mary Foss WHITE believed to be daughter of James WHITE and Mary Foss MOTYER .

Regards Diana Motyer
 
SPENCER, Abraham (I2940)
 
49 (Research):«i»From:«/i» "Richard W. Hinde" r«u»whinde@adelphia.net«/u»
«i»Subject:«/i» Re: [DOR] Joseph Hinde
«i»Date:«/i» Thu, 22 Sep 2005 19:19:46 -0400
«i»References:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>
«i»In-Reply-To:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>

Evening Diana;

I have the following in my file for Joseph:

Joseph Motyer also joined the Navy and entered the submarine service. He
was based at Devenport Naval Dockyard, Plymouth and met his wife from
Saltash, just over the river in Cornwall. Duties included a spell on patrol
in the Baltic. Perhaps because of the unhealthy conditions in those early
submarines he fell ill and died of pneumonia aged only 32, having reached
the rank of Chief Petty Officer. His grave is in St. Stephen's churchyard
the old burial ground for the town of Saltash Cornwall.

Additional information:

Born: 19 March 1893, Portland
Died: 17 May 1925, Saltash, Cornwall
Married: Florance Dale, 22 July 1918, St Nicholas Church, Saltash
Her DOB: 31 Dec 1893, Saltash
Her DOD: 1 Oct 1982, Saltash

Children: Norman b. 6 Feb 1921; d. 20 Feb 2002 - Patricia b. 2 May 1924

This data was supplied by Norman's son Phillip.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Richard Hinde
 
HINDE, CPO Joseph Motyer (I2932)
 
50 (Research):«i»From:«/i» "Richard W. Hinde" r«u»whinde@adelphia.net«/u»
«i»Subject:«/i» Re: [DOR] Joseph Hinde
«i»Date:«/i» Thu, 22 Sep 2005 19:19:46 -0400
«i»References:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>
«i»In-Reply-To:«/i» <000e01c5bfc5$261bdd30$0dd97ec7@Motyer>

Evening Diana;

I have the following in my file for Joseph:

Joseph Motyer also joined the Navy and entered the submarine service. He
was based at Devenport Naval Dockyard, Plymouth and met his wife from
Saltash, just over the river in Cornwall. Duties included a spell on patrol
in the Baltic. Perhaps because of the unhealthy conditions in those early
submarines he fell ill and died of pneumonia aged only 32, having reached
the rank of Chief Petty Officer. His grave is in St. Stephen's churchyard
the old burial ground for the town of Saltash Cornwall.

Additional information:

Born: 19 March 1893, Portland
Died: 17 May 1925, Saltash, Cornwall
Married: Florance Dale, 22 July 1918, St Nicholas Church, Saltash
Her DOB: 31 Dec 1893, Saltash
Her DOD: 1 Oct 1982, Saltash

Children: Norman b. 6 Feb 1921; d. 20 Feb 2002 - Patricia b. 2 May 1924

This data was supplied by Norman's son Phillip.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Richard Hinde
 
DALE, Florance (I2933)
 

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