From left to right
Hugh Andrew Marquis 1878 - 1966,
Mary McIndoe 1826 - 1909,
Hugh Marquis 1899 - 1964 ,
Hugh Patterson Marquis 1849 - 1930
Some marriages of members of the Marquis Family
MARQUIS, George Renwick
son of Hugh and Mary McIndoe, married Sept. 23/1896
MORRISON, Barbara Helen
MARQUIS, Hugh A.
married Nov. 23/1898
MARQUIS Mrs Hugh
aged 75 yrs, died at Cambridge, Mass, on the fifth day of June 1924 and was buried in the Rural Cemetery on the 8 day of the same month and year, in the presence of A. A. Andrew, George McKenzie and others.
MARQUIS Mr. Hugh P.
died in Arlington Mass, USA on Mar. 24/1930, buried in the Rural Cemetery, Campbellton, Wednesday the 26/03/1930 in the presence of his two sons Hugh A. and W. H. Marquis.
Mr. Marquis was also the founder of the Campbellton Curling Club in 1890.
MARQUIS Miss Ella J.
age 76, Chatham, died Apr. 2/1962, was buried on April 4/1962 in the Rural Cemetery, Campbellton NB.
MARQUIS Mr Walter Harry
age 80, died Jan. 12/1964 at the Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Campbellton, buried at the Rural Cemetery, Jan. 14.
MARQUIS Mrs Estelle (Walter)
age 81, died at the Soldiers Mem. Hosp, Campbellton, Nov. 15/1966, buried in the Rural Cemetery on Nov. 17.
Marriage of Hugh Marquis and Mary McIndoe on 12 December 1849.
2. Baptism of Hugh Paterson Marquis
reads "Hugh Paterson Marquis, son of Hugh Marquis -------------
and Mary McIndoe. born 10th Dec and baptised 30th Dec.
Greenock Olde West (but again not necessarily Old West Kirk.
A list of other "Marquis" listed in the register and relevant dates:
Angus Munro 1853
Hugh Paterson 1849 *
John McIndoe 1852
These were found in the "Index to the Births and Baptisms Registered in Greenock West Parish
(remember, not necessarily Old West kirk!)
During the years 1836 - 1851
Obit of Hugh Marquis
Mr Hugh Marquis one of Chathams oldest citizens died this morning after
a lingering illness he was born in Scotland came to this country about 50
years ago. After a short residence in Bathurst settled in Chatham he was
a vigorous industrious kindly man. Much liked in all the relations of life.
Mr Marquis was president of the Chatham gas company vice president of the
miramichi highland society, and for a great many years treasurer of
Mirimcihi lodge f&am, the lodge visited him a body, on the anniversary of
his golden wedding, and presented him with a past masters jewel. And
addressed to him. The funeral will be under the Masonic auspicious on
Friday or Saturday. November 15, 1899 Chatham world.
Mr Marquis funeral a wreath of flowers and a sheaf of ripe wheat covered
the casket in which the remains of the late Hugh marquis were born to
riverside cemetery.on Friday afternoon. The masons led by the citizens
band preceded the hearse and a very long line of carriages and pedestrians
followed it. The religious services were conducted by rev Messrs.
Mclean, Henderson and Murray and the Masonic services at the grave by
worshipfull master Petterson, Rev T.G Johnstone and Rev. James Murray
Were among those in attendance. In attendance the honourable JP Burchill
(member of Parliament)
Mary Marquis of Napan died June 14, 1909 at the home of her son in law
and daughter Mr and Mrs George A Dickson. Mary born at Beaubear Island,
daughter of john McIndoe. She had a daughter. J Thompson of Halifax,
sons Hugh of Campbellton, john of Nevada, Andrew H of Chatham, Thomas g of
Toronto and George R of Shippigan. She was the widow of Hugh Marquis
aged 83 interned in Riverside.
Mrs Hugh Marquis died Monday night at the home of her son in law
daughter Mr and Mrs G J Dickson Aged 83. She was born on beabaer
island when it was home of a flourishing ship building industry,
the daughter of John McIndoe, and the family returned to Scotland when
she was very young. She married in Greenock, Scotland about 60 years ago
and came soon after to Chatham. Mr Marquis died here a few years ago soon
after celebrating his golden wedding and Mrs Marquis who's health was poor
subsequently went on to live with her daughter in Napan.
There is another daughter Mrs J Thompson of Halifax and 5 sons,
Hugh of C, John of Nevada, Andrew H of Chatham, Thomas G of Toronto
and George R of Shippigan intern mint will take place in riverside cemetery
on Thursday afternoon, The funeral will leave Mr Dickson's on Thursday.
The Marquis Store in Chatham, NB. (Miramichi)
Photos, Greenock information and obits courtesy of Paul Marquis and his dad Robert Marquis