Jane Warnock1,2

(27 March 1847 - 22 September 1913)

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Relationship2nd great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Corkum
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Corkum Family Pedigree

Some Background

Jane Warnock may have also been known as Jane Park. This source gives her name as Jane Park, with same BMD dates.3
FatherWilliam Warnock (5 May 1825 - 27 Dec 1902)
MotherMarget Ann Gordon (12 Aug 1827 - 22 Aug 1910)

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildJane Warnock was born on 27 March 1847, in West St. John, Saint John Co., New Brunswick, Canada.1,2
BrideJane Warnock married William Henry Warnock, son of John Warnock and Elizabeth Foster, on 7 November 1865 in Cornwallis, Kings Co., Nova Scotia.
DeceasedShe died on 22 September 1913 in 21 Corey St., Everett, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, at the age of 66.4
InterredShe was buried in the Sunnyside section of Glenwood Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.4,5

Children with William Henry Warnock:

Residences and Censuses

Jane and William Henry Warnock appeared on the 1871 Census of New Brunswick at Albert Ward, St. John Co., New Brunswick, Canada, enumerated 1871. 29 year old William was born in Nova Scotia; 24 year old Jane in New Brunswick; their 4 year old daughter Mary E. was born in Nova Scotia as was her 10 month old brother William W. William's occupation is listed as Mariner. The family's religion is recorded as Wesleyan Methodist. The family's Origin (Nationality) is listed as Irish. Their children Mary and William were listed as living with them.6
In 1871, Jane Warnock lived in New Brunswick, Canada.2
In 1881, Jane Warnock lived in Albert Co., New Brunswick, Canada.1
She and William Henry Warnock appeared on the 1881 Census of Canada at Hillsborough, Albert Co., New Brunswick, enumerated after February 1881. William was born in Nova Scotia, Jane in New Brunswick; all of their children were born in New Brunswick, except their eldest daughter, Mary E. who was born in Nova Scotia. William's occupation is listed as Cabinet Maker. The family's religion is recorded as Wesleyan Methodist. The family's Origin (Nationality) is listed as Irish. Their children Mary E. Warnock, Capitola Warnock, W F Warnock, David Franklin Warnock and Helena Jane Warnock were listed as living with them.7
In 1900, Jane Warnock lived in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts.
Jane and William Henry Warnock appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Charlestown, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, at 13 Mystic St., enumerated 6 June 1900. 59 year old William was born in Nova Scotia, his father was born in Ireland, his mother in Canada; 52 year old Jane was born in New Brunswick, her father in Canada and her mother in Ireland. William stated that he had immigrated to the States in 1883; Jane and their sons in 1889; William had not become a naturalized citizen by the time of this census. Their children David and John were listed as living with them, William's occupation is listed as Carpenter, son David was a house painter and son John was a day laborer.8
In 1910, Jane Warnock lived in Everett Ward 5, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
Jane and William Henry Warnock appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Everett, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, at 21 Corey St., enumerated 28 April 1910. Chesley (36 years old) and Helena (30 years) are living with Helena's parents, William H. (69 years) and Jane (63 years) Warnock. William and Jane had been married for 45 years; Helena and Chesley for 10years. William is shown as the house owner, Chesley as a renter. The families are enumerated at the same house number but each with their own family number.
     Both men's occupation is shown as house carpenter... William as an employer, Chesley works for wages (for his father-in-law?). Both were employed at the date of the census, but Chesley is shown to have been out of work for 13 weeks during 1909.
     All of the adults were born in Canada as were all of their parents, except Jane's mother had been born in Scotland. William and Jane, Chesley and Helena all immigrated in 1888... the men became naturalized citizens, their wives became citizens based on their husbands' naturalization.
     Jane had given birth to 7 children of whom 6 were living at the time of the census; Helena had given birth to 4 children, all of whom were living. Helena's two oldest daughters, Helena and Mildred attended school; her boys Chesley and Allan were still too young.9

Sources - Citations

  1. [S12] Census of Canada, 1881, (Online subscription database. Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Operations, Provo, Utah) Accessed: 2 Jan 2017.
  2. [S17] Census of Canada - 1871, online at: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census-1871; accessed: unknown date accessed.
  3. [S952] Wilfred Hatch, Compiler, Hatch Family Tree [Rev.20130311], online at: ancestry.com; (Salt Lake City, Utah), accessed Jan 2017, gives name as Jane Park with same BMD dates.
  4. [S1117] Jane Warnock Warnock, Standard Certificate of Death Registered No. 418 (30 Sept 1913), Digital Files of Sean C. Tracy, Tracy Home Office, names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
  5. [S210] Find A Grave, online at findagrave.com; Photographs and data are submitted by volunteer members - Text only data should be confirmed by additional sources, Memorial #178006135; no photo.
  6. [S17] 1871 Census of Canada, online at: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/census-1871, pg 7, lines 5-8; names, inferred relationships, locations, ages, family religion.
  7. [S12] Census of Canada, 1881, Online subscription database. ancestry.com, names, inferred relationships, locations, ages, family religion.
  8. [S950] William Warnock household, 1900 U.S. Census, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, population schedule, 13 Mystic St., Charlestown, Enumeration District 1188, Page Sheet No. 6 B, Lines 70-73, dwelling 88, family 133; Washington: National Archives. , names, relationships, locations, birth years, ages,.
  9. [S930] William H. Warnock and Chesley D. Corkum households, 1910 U.S. Census, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, population schedule, 21 Corey St., Everett, Enumeration District 812, Sheet no. 16 B, lines 55 - 62, dwelling 257, families 395 & 396; Washington: National Archives. , names, relationships, dates, locations.
  10. [S511] The Payzant And Allied Jess and Juhan Families In North America (Wollastan, Massachusetts: by the Compiler, 1970), Names Parents and gives date and place of birth.
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