|Birth: ||Sep. 4, 1822|
New Brunswick, Canada
|Death: ||Oct. 14, 1903|
In the 1900 U.S. Census, farmer Edward M. Carson, 35, born January 1865 in Maine, father born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Lena G., 27, born November 1873 in Maine, parents born Maine; Gracie M., 7, born February 1893; Alork H., 5, born February 1895; Seth B., 4, born February 1896; and Mandie, 2, born April 1898, all born in Maine; and widowed mother Mary A., 78, born September 1822 in Canada, parents born Canada
The couple had been married for nine years, and all four of Lena's children were living.
Mary moved to the U.S. in 1844.
In the 1880 U.S. Census, farmer Isaac Carson, 56, born Maine, father born Maine, mother born Canada, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mary A., 57, born Canada, father born England, mother born Canada; farm workers Alvin, 22, and John, 20; Sarah M., 16; Edward M., 15; and Matilda J., 12, all born in Maine.
In the 1870 U.S. Census, farmer Isaac Carson, 47, born N.B., was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mary A., 48, born N.B.; Ophelia, 17; Elizabeth R., 15; Alvin H., 11; John M., 9; Sarah M., 7; Edward M., 5; and Matilda J., 2, all born in Maine.
In the 1860 U.S. Census, Isaac Carson, 35, born N.B., was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mary A., 37, born N.B.; James J., 15; and Robert S., 12, both born in Maine; Ophelia A., 5, born N.B.; Rebecca E., 4; and Alvin R., 1, both born in Maine.
In the N.B. 1851 Census, fisherman Isaac Carson, 24, native, was living in the West Isles with Mary A., 26; James, 5; Hebbert, 3; and Matilda, no year, all native born.
Mary Ann was born on Deer Island, N.B.
Mary Ann was the daughter of Charles Smith and Eunice Chambers.
Isaac Carson (1823 - 1885)
Annie Ophelia Carson Toler (1852 - 1895)*
Robbinston Ridge Cemetery
Created by: SusanE
Record added: May 26, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 130418018