Canadian Genealogy Records Online:
Over 1000 links to databases and record transcriptions.
Canadian Genealogy and History Books Online:
A database of Quebec and Acadian ancestors.
GenCanada Top 100
Top Surname Search Sites
A - B - C - D - E-F - G - H - I-J-K - L - M - N-O - P-Q - R - S - T-U-V - W-X-Y-Z
NARBONNE, Alexis – Died fall of 1875, Township of
Arundel, Quebec – Murdered. His brother Jean Bte Narbonne, aged
25, his father François Narbonne, aged 85, and Geneviève
Narbonne, stepmother of Jean Bte. (and of Alexis?), aged 80, are
tried and convicted of the murder January 12, 1881 at Ste.
Scholastique, Quebec. They are sentenced to be executed on 24th
Feb., but their sentence is commuted for imprisonment for life in the
Penitentiary – (JRO 80-81).
NELSON, George W. – M.D. (1880) – Born
November 15, 1861 in Montreal, Quebec – Died October 3, 1884 at
Santa Barbara, California – Died of consumption – He came
of a family of doctors, he being the ninth in direct descent. He was
the end son of the late Dr. Horace Nelson , and grandson of the
celebrated Dr. Wolfred Nelson, both of Montreal. With his brothers,
he was a student of the medical faculty of Bishop's College,
Montreal, graduating in 1879. The hereditary enemy of his family, for
many generations, consumption, marked him out as a victim. He left
for California in 1882, spent a year there, and in Dec., 1883,
proceeded to Panama with his brother, Dr. Wolfred Nelson. Again in
failing health, he proceeded to California in April, 1884. –
NELSON, Horatio (Admiral) – Head of the well-known
firm of H. A. Nelson & Sons, Montreal and Toronto – Born
October 22, 1816 at Richmond, New Hampshire, U.S.A. – Died
December 24, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Montreal in
1840. He has four sons – (Obit.
NESBITT, John James – Shipbuilder – Born in
1802 in England – Died June 26, 1882 in Quebec City where he
had lived for 66 years – (Obit.
NESBITT, Wm. – a well-to-do-farmer – Died
January 26, 1883 at Longue Pointe, near Montreal, Quebec – Dies
from injuries received 19th January last, having been shot
and beaten by Timothy Milloy, who had been working on Nesbitt's farm
as a laborer. Miloy is tried, found guity and sentenced to be hanged
on 16th April, on which day the sentence is carried out in
the jail yard, Montreal. – (JRO 83).
NEWTON, Albert – Died October 6, 1886 at River
Lièvre, Quebec – Drowned. – (ADS
NICHOLSON, Robert – Died October 19, 1882 in
Montreal, Quebec – Leaps from a window in Hotel Dieu hospital –
NIXON, Hannah (Mrs.) – Born July 26, 1777 in
Ireland – Died October 15, 1879 in Montreal, Quebec aged 102 –
NOEL, Job – Died August 7, 1882, Sault au
Recollet, Quebec – Drowned – (ADS 82).
NOLAN, Dennis – Died July 3, 1886 in Montreal,
Quebec – Drowned – (ADS
NORMAND, Edouard Pouquetteville dit – Builder –
Born February 21, 1800 at St. Marie (Beauce), Quebec – Died
September 15, 1879 at Three Rivers, Quebec – (Obit.
NORQUAY – Died May 22, 1886 near Gatineau, Quebec
– Drowned – (ADS
NULTY, Patrick – Died January 14, 1883, Rawdon,
Quebec – Falling of roof of barn – (ADS 83).
O'BRIEN, John (Rt. Rev.) – R. C. Bishop of
Kingston, Ontario – Born in 1832 in Township of Loughborough,
Ontario – Died August 1, 1879 in Quebec City – Death from
cerebral apoplexy, brought on by indigestion – Funeral August
6, 1870 at St. Mary's Cathedral, Kingston, Ontario, entered in the
vault underneath – (Obit. 79,
O'BRIEN, William – Stockbroker – Born about
1827 at Nenagh, Tipperary, Ireland – Died October 19, 1884 in
Montreal, Quebec. – (Obit.
O'BRIEN, Wm., of Quebec – Seaman – Died
February 10, 1882 at sea between New York and Porto Rico – Lost
in the founder of the steamer Bahama in a hurricane –
O'CALLAGHAN, Edmund Bailey – M.D., LL.D. –
ex-M.P.P. for Yamaska (Quebec) in L.C. Assembly – Born February
29, 1797 (sic) at Mallow, Ireland – Died May 29, 1880, New
York, U.S.A. – After studying 2 years at Paris, he came to
Quebec in 1823. Having taken an active part in the Insurrectionary
movement of 1837, he was obliged to leave Canada and take up his
residence in New York, where he continued to reside until his death.
– (Obit. 80-81).
O'HALLORAN, Elizabeth (Mrs. Doherty) – Died
November 15, 1884 in Montreal, Quebec – Wife of the Hon. Mr.
Justice Marcus Doherty – (Obit.
O'NEIL, Felix – Died May 18, 1880 in Montreal,
Quebec – Dies of starvation and fatigue in the Montreal General
Hospital, he having tramped from New York to Montreal on only one
meal – (JRO 80-81).
OLIVIER – Judge of the Superior Court of Quebec –
deceased – Successor appointed on October 3, 1881 – (PAPS
OLIVIER, Louis Auguste (Hon.) – Puisné
Judge of the Superior Court of Quebec – Born about 1817 at
Berthier, Quebec – Died September 18, 1881, Joliette, Quebec –
He was the son of M. Olivier, Esq., a retired militia officer who had
served during 1812. – (Obit.
OLIVIER, Louis Ephrem – M.D., ex-M.P. for Megantic
in the House of Commons (1878-82) – Born at St. Nicholas,
Quebec – Died in 1882 – (Obit.
OLOFFSON, Johannes – Newly arrived immigrant Swede
– Died May 25, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec – Murdered by a
fellow immigrant, Johannes Jacobsson who his sentenced to death but
dies in jail on 15th August before the sentence can be
carried into execution – (JRO
OUELLETTE, Emile – Died August 22, 1883 in
Montreal, Quebec – Drowned – (ADS 83).
OUILLET, J. – Died April 29, 1882, Chaudiere
Junc., Quebec – Explosion of can of oil – (ADS 82).
OUIMET, Andre Benjamin Chas., LL.B. – Advocate and
for some time Dist. Magistrate of Beauharnois, Quebec – Born in
1844 in Montreal, Quebec – Died February 2, 1883 in Ottawa,
Ontario – (Obit. 83).
Back to Main Page
By Surname :
A - B - C
D - E - F
G - H - I
J - K - L
M - N - O
P - Q - R
S - T - U-V
W - X-Y-Z
By Province :
Prince Edward Island
By Country :