Alice Elizabeth Swift1,2

#815, (1795 - 18 January 1869)
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Anna Margaret Donovan
© Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home, www.acadian-cemeteries.acadian-home.org

Family

James Carroll b. 1788, d. 1873
Children 1.William John Carroll+1,19 (1817 - 1887)
 2.Margaret Alice Carroll+20 (1819 - 1891)
 3.John Carroll18 (c 1820 - )
 4. Johanna Carroll+21 (1821 - 1882)
 5.James Carroll Jr+22 (1824 - 1914)
 6.Michael Carroll15 (1829 - )
 7.Catherine Carroll23 (1833 - 1861)
Alice Elizabeth Swift was also known as Elizabeth.3 
Her married name was Carroll.4 
Birth*1795She was born in 1795 in IrelandB.4 
Marriage*between 1814 and 1816She married James Carroll, son of ____ Carroll, between 1814 and 1816 in IrelandB.5,2,6 
say 1816She and James Carroll migrated to NewfoundlandB say 1816.7
before 1817She and James Carroll migrated to Prince Edward IslandB before 1817.8,7 
August 1819She and James Carroll migrated to Melrose, Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB, in August 1819.8,9,7
Baptism13 June 1841She sponsored the baptism of Matthew Dalton on 13 June 1841 at St-Barthélemi Church, Melrose, Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB.10 
Baptism22 June 1850She became the godmother at Alice Lane's christening on 22 June 1850 at Ste-Thérèse d'Avila Church, Cap-Pelé, Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB.11 
1851She and James Carroll appeared on the census of 1851 at Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB.12
1851She and James Carroll lived near Shea, Mahoney and Savadge in 1851.13 
1861She appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of James Carroll Jr and Julia Lane at Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB, as James' mother, age 67.14
Death*18 January 1869She died on 18 January 1869 at Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB; 1871 in FG/CL 2.15,16 
Burial*20 January 1869She was buried on 20 January 1869 at St-Barthélemi Church Cemetery, Melrose, Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickB; est date.17 
She and James Carroll were early settlers on Emigrant Road in Botsford. From The Story of Melrose: "1826. Shortly after these had established themselves on farms, James Carroll came from Newfoundland with his brother-in-law, John Kennedy. Carroll was in many respects a remarkable man. He bore on his breast the imprint of a bayonet wound received from a Hessian soldier in the struggle for Irish independence on Vinegar Hill. His son John enjoyed the distinction of being the first child born on the "New Road". Besides John, the other children were: James, William, Mrs. Daniel Lane, and Mrs. Florence Donovan [Johanna Carroll]."18 
ChartsAncestors of Anna Margaret Donovan

Citations

  1. [S99] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: St-Pierre, Cocagne, Cte Kent, 1800-1899 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), p. 17, img 343/460; "On the twenty fourth of July eighteen hundred and eighty-seven I the undersigned interred in the Cemetery of this parish the body of William Carroll who died on the twenty third of the same month at the age of seventy years and husband of Catherine Fay. He was son of James Carroll and Alice Swift." Winesses Daniell[?] Gaguin and Anne Arseneau. [signed] Francois A. Cormier. Hereinafter cited as Drouin: St-Pierre Cocagne, 1800-1899.
  2. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: Shemogue [Chimogoui, St-Barthélemi], Cte Westmorland, 1813-1855 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), p. 87, M5, img. 69/150. [in French] 20 Apr 1946; Florence Donovan, res. Shediac, son of Florence Donovan and of Margaret Rialey [sic]; Johanna Carroll, res. St Batholomew, Cap Tourmentine in Botsford, dau. of James Carroll and of Elizabeth Swift, also of St. Bartholomew; witnesses Michael Donovan, bro. of the groom, and John Carroll, bro. of the bride; marr. by Ant. Gagnon, Priest. Online Ancestry.com.
  3. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: Shemogue, 1813-1899, p. 87, M5; [in French] 20 Apr 1946; Florence Donovan, res. Shediac, son of Florence Donovan and Margaret Rialey [sic]; Johanna Carroll, res. St Batholomew, Cap Tourmentine in Botsford, dau. of James Carroll and Elizabeth Swift, also of St. Bartholomew; witnesses Michael Donovan, bro. of the groom, and John Carroll, bro. of the bride.
  4. [S80] 1861 New Brunswick Province Census.
  5. [S99] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: St-Pierre Cocagne, 1800-1899, p. 17, img 343/460; "On the twenty fourth of July eighteen hundred and eighty-seven I the undersigned interred in the Cemetery of this [sic] Irish the body of William Carroll who died on the twenty third of the same month at the age of seventy years and husband of Catherine Fay. He was son of James Carroll and Alice Swift." Winesses Daniell[?] Gaguin and Anne Arseneau. [signed] Francois A. Cormier.
  6. [S82] First Families of New Brunswick, online www.nbgs.ca/firstfamilies.html, citing the Purdy-Carter Genealogical Collection.
  7. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose, Westmorland County (copy from Université Saint Joseph Archives, Moncton), transcription online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbwestmo/history.htm, p. 6: "1826. Shortly after these had established themselves on farms, James Carroll came from Newfoundland with his brother-in-law, John Kennedy. Carroll was in many respects a remarkable man.He bore on his breast the imprint of a bayonet wound received from a Hessian soldier in the struggle for Irish independence on Vinegar Hill. His son John enjoyed the distinction of being the first child born on the "New Road". Besides John, the other children were: James, William, Mrs. Daniel Lane, and Mrs. Florence Donovan. It would seem that he and Kennedy became cool to each other; and perhaps for that reason Kennedy moved away and further account of him is lost." [more prob. that he died; his wife/widow then marr. Andrew Downey]
  8. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). James and Alice entered Colony Au 1819; shows all children b. NB but other census returns for William (1881) and Margaret have b. PEI.
  9. [S520] VWH, William and Margaret b. PEI, John b. NB. Also, 1891 census for Margaret's son, Daniel Joseph, gives PEI as place of birth for his mother.
  10. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: Shemogue, 1813-1899, p. 3, B7, img. 142/150. Matthew Dalton, b. one year ago, son of Edward Dalton and Anastasia Moony, bapt. 13 Jun 1841 by Ant. Gagnon, priest; sponsors John Carroll and Alice Swift.
  11. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: Shemogue, 1813-1899, p. 144, B32, img 98/150. Alice Lane, bapt. 22 Jun 1850, b. 21 Mar 1850, dau. of Daniel Lane and Margaret Carroll; s/s James Carroll and Alice Carroll.
  12. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). James (63), Irish, farmer, arr. Aug 1819; Alice (56), Irish, arr. Aug 1819; schedule I, roll C_996, p. 12, line 18. Note, Michael (22), son, designated "Absent"; listed on page "Shediac."
  13. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia).
  14. [S80] 1861 New Brunswick Province Census. James (35), farmer; Julia (32); both native, R.C. Also, Sch. III, 200 acres, 60 improved; cash value $400; 3 horses, 5 milch cows, 1 yoke of oxen, 4 neat cattle, 18 sheep, 7 swine, 800 lbs. pork slaughtered.
  15. [S23] Ancestry.com Filiatrault/Godfrey-Carroll/Lindgren 2, jgrammac, owner, online Ancestry.com.
  16. [S105] St. Bartholomew Cemetery (Melrose, NB) Grave Marker Images, online www.acadian-cemeteries.acadian-home.org/frames.html, In memory of Alice, wife of James Carroll, died Jan'18, 1869, aged 75 years.
  17. [S105] St. Bartholomew Cemetery (Melrose, NB) Grave Marker Images, online www.acadian-cemeteries.acadian-home.org/frames.html, "In memory of Alice, wife of James Carroll, died Jan' 18, 1869, aged 75 years."
  18. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose.
  19. [S56] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: Early U.S. French Catholic Church Records (Montreal: Institut Généalogique Drouin, after 1940), Parasoisse St. Henri, Barachoise, Westmorland NB, 1839-1899, img. 48/504. William Carroll of Emigrant Road, parish of St Barthilome, son of Elizabeth Swift and James Carroll of the same parish; and Catherine Fay, living in Sackville, daughter of Christian Fay and Catherine [blank] of Pierre of Dundas, Kent County; marr. 26 Jan 1846 by Ant. Gagnon; witn. John Carroll, brother, Johanna Donovan. Online Ancestry.com.
  20. [S149] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: La Visitation, Grande-Digue, Cte Kent, 1800-1899 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), "12 Juin 1837...Daniel Lane, farmer, living in the Parish of St. Bartholomew in Botsford, son of Timothy Lane and of Mary Calloughan, also of St. Bartholomew...and Margaret Carroll, living in the Parish of St. Bartholomew, daughter of James Carroll and of Alice Swift...in the presence of Mary Lane, sister Daniel,and of William Carroll and of Johanna Carroll, brother and sister of Maragret..."
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  21. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, Drouin: Shemogue, 1813-1899, p. 87, M5, img. 69/150. [in French] 20 Apr 1846; Florence Donovan, res. Shediac, son of Florence Donovan and of Margaret Rialey [sic]; Johanna Carroll, res. St Batholomew, Cap Tourmentine in Botsford, dau. of James Carroll and of Elizabeth Swift, also of St. Bartholomew; witnesses Michael Donovan, bro. of the groom, and John Carroll, bro. of the bride; marr. by Ant. Gagnon, Priest.
  22. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). James (63), Irish, farmer, arr. Aug 1819; Alice (56), Irish, arr. Aug 1819; schedule I, roll C_996, p. 12, line 18. Note, Michael (22), son, designated "Absent"; listed on page "Shediac." Also, agriculture schedule: James Carroll, no. 486, neis. Michael Shea and James Mahoney; 60 acres improved, 140 acres unimproved, cash value of farm 400; 3 horses, 5 milch cows, 1 yk. oxen, 4 other neat cattle, 18 sheep, 7 swine, 800 lbs. of pork slaughtered.
  23. [S146] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: St-Henri, Barachois, Cte Westmorland, 1812-1899, Vols. 1 and 2 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), Vol. 1, 1833 B60, img. 50/155. Catherine Carroll, b. 11 Feb 1833, dau. of James Carroll, farmer of Emigrant Road in Botsford, and Elsy Swift; bapt. 23 Dec 1833, by Ant. Gagnon, sponsors Mary Lamon and Aeneas Lean.