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 Thomas Miskiman

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Thomas Miskiman

Birth
Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Death
21 Sep 1908 (aged 95)
Broadview, Melville Census Division, Saskatchewan, Canada
Burial
Broadview, Melville Census Division, Saskatchewan, Canada
Memorial ID
26760106 View Source

Parents John Miskimmons and Jane Wright.
Born in Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Lived in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada.
Lived in Broadview, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Raised 11 children with wife Ann Coburn.

Born in Antrim, Northern Ireland.
John Alexander Miskiman (1837-1923)
Conflicting information on birth year - 1837/1844.

1845 was Ireland's "Great Famine" potato blight.

Born in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada.
Mary Ann Miskiman (1846-1904)
Jane Miskiman (1848-1892)
Ellen Miskiman (1851-1879)
Thomas Miskiman (1853-1924)
Esther Supple Miskiman (1854-1943)
Emily Purdon Miskiman (1855-1939)
James Miskiman (1857-1939)
Agnes Miskiman (1858-)
Rachel Miskiman (1859-)
Susannah C Miskiman (1862-1940)

Lived with his daughter Emily and her husband Sam Biggs and children in Renfrew, ON after his second wife Sarah Edwards died (no children from this late in life marriage).

Moved from Ontario to live with his son Thomas Miskiman and daughter-in-law Martha in Broadview, Saskatchewan for last years of his life.
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In her history of Alice and Fraser, in Ontario, and quoting from 'The Pembroke Standard-Observer, Mrs. O'Meara says that in the early days "The chief amusement was the occasional dance... Old Mr. Miskimmons would be there with his fiddle playing 'Flowers of Edinburgh'... and any other tune to suit the need.
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"Thomas, Sr., had at least three sons and eight daughters.
Their eldest, John, was born in Ireland about 1844.
Their other sons were Thomas and James. Thomas, Jr., moved to Broadview, Saskatchewan in 1898 to be with his sons.
John moved to Sault Ste. Marie.
The girls in the family included, Mary Ann (Mrs. O'Leary); Jane* (Mrs. Alexander Smith) of Regina; Ellen; Esther (Mrs. Thomas Smith); Emily; Agnes; Rachel (Mrs. Biggs?); and Susannah (1863 - 1940) who married James C. Hamilton." excerpt from 'A History of the Alice Presbyterian Church' by Rev. Wilfred M. Moncrieff B.A., B.D.

Source: http://www.presbyterianarchives.ca/FA4000P.pdf
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Please note that the spellings of this surname are legion: Miskimans, Miskimmons, Miskimins, Meskiman, Maskimming, MisKimons, MasKemming, Miscomings, Mackermond, Muskimen, Merkernnom, and more...

Parents John Miskimmons and Jane Wright.
Born in Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Lived in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada.
Lived in Broadview, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Raised 11 children with wife Ann Coburn.

Born in Antrim, Northern Ireland.
John Alexander Miskiman (1837-1923)
Conflicting information on birth year - 1837/1844.

1845 was Ireland's "Great Famine" potato blight.

Born in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada.
Mary Ann Miskiman (1846-1904)
Jane Miskiman (1848-1892)
Ellen Miskiman (1851-1879)
Thomas Miskiman (1853-1924)
Esther Supple Miskiman (1854-1943)
Emily Purdon Miskiman (1855-1939)
James Miskiman (1857-1939)
Agnes Miskiman (1858-)
Rachel Miskiman (1859-)
Susannah C Miskiman (1862-1940)

Lived with his daughter Emily and her husband Sam Biggs and children in Renfrew, ON after his second wife Sarah Edwards died (no children from this late in life marriage).

Moved from Ontario to live with his son Thomas Miskiman and daughter-in-law Martha in Broadview, Saskatchewan for last years of his life.
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In her history of Alice and Fraser, in Ontario, and quoting from 'The Pembroke Standard-Observer, Mrs. O'Meara says that in the early days "The chief amusement was the occasional dance... Old Mr. Miskimmons would be there with his fiddle playing 'Flowers of Edinburgh'... and any other tune to suit the need.
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"Thomas, Sr., had at least three sons and eight daughters.
Their eldest, John, was born in Ireland about 1844.
Their other sons were Thomas and James. Thomas, Jr., moved to Broadview, Saskatchewan in 1898 to be with his sons.
John moved to Sault Ste. Marie.
The girls in the family included, Mary Ann (Mrs. O'Leary); Jane* (Mrs. Alexander Smith) of Regina; Ellen; Esther (Mrs. Thomas Smith); Emily; Agnes; Rachel (Mrs. Biggs?); and Susannah (1863 - 1940) who married James C. Hamilton." excerpt from 'A History of the Alice Presbyterian Church' by Rev. Wilfred M. Moncrieff B.A., B.D.

Source: http://www.presbyterianarchives.ca/FA4000P.pdf
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Please note that the spellings of this surname are legion: Miskimans, Miskimmons, Miskimins, Meskiman, Maskimming, MisKimons, MasKemming, Miscomings, Mackermond, Muskimen, Merkernnom, and more...


Inscription

IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE ARE MANY MANSIONS

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF THOMAS MISKIMAN
BORN JANUARY 1, 1813
DIED SEPTEMBER 21, 1908

Tho' lost to sight, to memory dear.


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