Mary Elizabeth Gladman, née Huggins (1857–1896)

The footnote references are hyperlinked to the Sources section at the bottom of this page.

Mary Elizabeth Huggins (1857–1896),

  • daughter of William Shuter Huggins (c.1822–1897) and Margaret Mackenzie (c.1836–1906) [1] [4]
  • born 1857 in Woolwich, Kent [2] 
  • died 28th November 1896 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England [3] 

     m. at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 14th August 1879: [4] 

Thomas Gladman (b.1844),

  • son of Matthew Gladman, labourer, and Ann, his wife [4]
  • born in 1844 at Builth Brocknock, Breconshire, Wales [5]
  • occupation: Musician, [4] Gatekeeper (factory), [5] Timekeeper (factory) [3] 

Children of Mary Elizabeh Huggins and Thomas Gladman:

  • William Matthew Gladman (1880–1901),
    • born at Halifax, Nova Scotia [5] [6]
    • Lance Corporal, West Kent Regiment, British Army [7] [8] [12]
    • died 7th July 1901 at Elham, Kent, aged 21 years [8] 

  • Alice Margaret Gladman (1883–1952),
    • born at Battersea, London, England [5] 
    • died 13th March 1952 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, aged 69 years [9] 

      m. at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 4th June 1907: [10]

    • William Martin Archibald (1880–1974),
      • born at Little River, Musquodoboit, Halifax County [10] 
      • son of Donald Archibald and Grizzell McLaughlin [10] [11]
      • occupation: Bookkeeper, [10] Municipal Clerk; Halifax County Treasurer [11]
      • died 1st April 1974 at Halifax, aged 93 years [11]

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Links:

  • Huggins of Glenarb, parish of Aghaloo – index page
  • Biographical sketches, outlines, and timelines – index page

Sources:

1.

Canada 1881 Census. William Shuter Huggins, age 59, with wife, Margaret (45), and children: Mary E. Gladman (24), G.M. (20), Wm. H. (18), John A. (14), C.E. (12); and grandson, Wm. Gladman (10 months); and Mary J. Ferguson, age 18; Halifax, Nova Scotia. Original record: National Archives Canada, ref. NAC C-13168, District 9, Subdistrict E, Ward 5, pg. 63, family no. 330. Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 1375804); index online at familysearch.org (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-08-28); confirmed to digital image online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

2.

General Register Office (England). Index of Civil Registrations of Births. Mary Elizabeth Huggins, 1st quarter ending 31 March 1857, Greenwich RD (Kent), vol. 1d, pg. 640. Original record held by the GRO (Southport). Transcript and digital image online at FreeBMD, www.freebmd.org.uk (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-08-28).

3.

General Register Office (England). Certified Copy of an Entry of Death. Registration District: Risbridge. Death in the Sub-district of Haverhill, in the Counties of Suffolk and Essex. Mary Elizabeth Gladman [née Huggins], died 28 November 1896, at 1 Quakers Lane, Haverhill, Suffolk; aged 39 years; Wife of Thomas Gladman, Time Keeper at Clothing Factory; cause of death: adult spinal paralysis, 4 months, syncope, certified by T. Herbert Goodman, M.R.C.S.; informant: husband; registered 1st December 1896; registrar: Arthur N. Debenham. Original record held by the GRO (Southport). Purchased by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-09-11 (archival ref. no. 432, application no. 488714-1, DYC 052877).

4.

Province of Nova Scotia (Canada). Civil Registration of Marriage. Mary Elizabeth Huggans [sic], spinster, age 22, born in England, daughter of William (clerk) and Margaret. Thomas Gladman, bachelor, musician, age 35, born in England, son of Matthew (labourer) and Ann. Marriage solemnized by licence, Presbyterian, 14 August 1879, Halifax, Nova Scotia; witnesses: Frederick Beale, Eliza Anguin[?]. Original record: Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management. Archival ref. book 1817, pg 22, no. 297. Online at novascotiagenealogy.com (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-08-30).

5.

England 1891 Census. Thomas Gladman, age 47, with wife, Mary Elizabeth (47), and children: William Matthew (10) and Alice Margaret (8); at no. 3 Quakers Lane, Haverhill, Suffolk. Original record: The National Archives of the UK (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO), 1891 (Kew, Surrey), PRO ref. RG12. Digital image online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription, and transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-08-28).

6.

Canada 1881 Census. William Shuter Huggins, age 59, with wife, Margaret (45), and children: Mary E. Gladman (24), G.M. (20), Wm. H. (18), John A. (14), C.E. (12); and grandson, Wm. Gladman (10 months); and Mary J. Ferguson, age 18; Halifax, Nova Scotia. Original record: National Archives Canada, ref. NAC C-13168, District 9, Subdistrict E, Ward 5, pg. 63, family no. 330. Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 1375804); index online at familysearch.org (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-08-28); confirmed to digital image online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

7.

1901 England Census. William (Matthew) Gladman, age 19, single, soldier; born at Halifax, Canada; in Shorncliffe Camp, Cheriton and Sandgate, Kent. Original record: National Archives (UK). Archival ref. RG12, piece 851, page 22, household schedule no. 1; Registration district: Elham, Sub-registration district: Folkestone. Digital image online at ancestry.ca (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick by subscription, 2008-08-28).

8.

General Register Office (England & Wales). Certified copy of an entry of death. William Matthew Gladman, age 20 years; Private, West Kent Regiment, stationed at Shorncliffe Camp; died 7 July 1901, at Station Hospital, Thorncliff Camp, Sandgate, Kent; cause of death: phthisis 3 months, haemoptyis, certified by A.A. Weber, M.D.; informant: P. Whiteway, present at the death, Station Hospital, Shorncliffe Camp; registered 8th July 191; John Andrew, Registrar. Original record: General Register Office (Southport). Purchased by Alison Kilpatrick, 2008-09-03 (archival ref. application no. 488714-2, DYC 053167).

9.

Province of Nova Scotia (Canada). Civil Registration of a Death. Alice Margaret Archibald [née Gladman], born 2 March 1883, died 13 March 1952, 95 Edward Street, Halifax; cause of death: cerebral hemorrhage, five hours, and antecedent causes were hypertension, arterio-sclerosis, per H.D. O’Brien; informant: Martin Archibald, husband; undertaker: Halifax Funeral Home, no. 90 Dresden Row, Halifax. Original record: Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management. Archival ref. year 1952, pg. 1890. Digital image online at www.novascotiagenealogy.com (accessed and transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2009-12-01).

10.

Province of Nova Scotia (Canada). Civil Registration of a Marriage. Alice Margaret Gladman, age 24, spinster, resident of Halifax, born in England, daughter of Thomas (bookkeeper) and Elizabeth. William Martin Archibald, age 26, bachelor, Book keeper, resident of Halifax, born in Little River, son of Donald (sheriff) and Grizzell. Marriage solemnized 4th June 1907, by licence, Baptist, in Halifax; witnesses: T.F. Macdonald, Mary H. Archibald. Original record: Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management. Archival ref. book 1820, page 217, no. 234, “Marriages solemnized in the County of Halifax, 1907.” Online at www.novascotiagenealogy.com (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2009-12-01).

11.

MacNutt, Jerry Keith (Burnaby, British Columbia). Family tree posted Mr. MacNutt’s website www.jkmacnutt.net/Genealogy/TMG/p70.htm#i42297. Primary source cited is GeneJane’s subscription website www.genealogynet.com/resident/genejane/index.html. ☛ All details relating to this source should be verified independently.

12.

British Army Service Record. William Matthew Gladman, born c.1882 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; occupation: Clerk; regimental no. 5924; attested at London, 18th May 1900 to the Corps of Dragoons of the Line (1st Dragoons); father: Thomas Gladman, Haverhill, Suffolk; transferred to Royal West Kent Regiment, 1st Battalion, 21 May 1900; appointed unpaid Lance Corporal, 20 September 1900; deceased 7 July 1901; length of service: 1 year 51 days. Original record held by The National Archives (UK). Archival ref. WO363. Digital images online at findmypast.co.uk (accessed by Alison Kilpatrick by subscription, 2014-07-08).

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