Mary Savage1,2

#8137, (circa 1776 - )
Father*William Savage1 (s 1750 - 1824)
Mother*Margaret Lane1 (1750 - 1830)


Timothy Hartnett b. c 1769
Children 1.William Hartnett+5 (c 1802 - 1889)
 2.Capt. Edward Hartnett6 (s 1805 - )
 3.____ Hartnett7 (s 1808 - )
Her married name was Hartnett.1 
Birth*circa 1776She was born circa 1776 at IrelandG.1,2 
Marriage*say 1800She married Timothy Hartnett, son of ____ Hartnett, say 1800 at IrelandG.1 
July 1824She and Timothy Hartnett migrated to New BrunswickG from Co. Cork, Ireland (via Halifax) in July 1824.3,2,4 
1851She and Timothy Hartnett appeared on the census of 1851 at Botsford, Westmorland Co., New BrunswickG; (nei. Wm and Mary Ann Hartnett.)2


  1. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose, Westmorland County (copy from Université Saint Joseph Archives, Moncton), transcription online, p. 7-8: "1827. The Savages claim the distinction of having had a farm in Ireland; not freehold of course, but a farm, "Bally-na-moche". They consisted of the mother, six brothers, four sisters, and the family of the eldest brother, Daniel, who after the death of his first wife married again, and had a second family in Ireland. He never came to America, and all accounts of him and the second family are lost. In the order of age the brothers were: Denis, John, Patrick, Maurice, William, James. One sister, Mrs. Timothy Hartnett, joined her husband; a Mrs. Mahoney came to St. Martin, N. B., and a Mrs. Hearn went with her husband to the United States; the youngest daughter, Margaret, married to Patrick Hickey, came, accompanied by her mother, Margaret (née Lane).
    They did not come all together, but at different times as their means permitted, in groups of six or seven. Some landed at St. John, some at Miramichi, and some even at Quebec. The journey over land that a number of them were obliged to take from Quebec, carrying small infants, as well as all their worldly effects, was among the greatest hardships they suffered. It took some five years before they were all united in Melrose."
  2. [S83] 1851 Canada Census (Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia). Timothy Hartnett (82), b. Ireland, farmer, infirm; Mary (75); entered Colony Jul 1824.
  3. [S1201] Irish Immigrants in the New Brunswick Census of 1851 and 1861, online, 1851 Census, Westmorland Co., Botsford Parish. Hartnett: Timothy (82), Mary (75), Ellen (37), William (45), William (41), entered 1824 from Cork, Ireland; John (56), entered 1829 from Cork Ireland; John (50), Honora (28), entered 1835 from Cork, Ireland.
  4. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose, p. 7. He arrived in NB about 1826 after first living in Halifax (his wife remaining in Ireland).
  5. [S100] Gabriel Drouin, compiler, Drouin Collection: Shemogue [Chimogoui, St-Barthélemi], Cte Westmorland, 1813-1855 (Montreal, Quebec: Institut Généalogique Drouin), 1849, p. 103, img 77/150, M 5, 16 Aug 1847; William Hartnett, residing in Cap Tourmentin, son of Timothy Hartnett and Mary Savage; and Mary Ann Power, of St-Barthelemi in Botsford, names of parents unknown (raised by Timothy Hartnett); witnesses Timothy Hartnett, his father, and Charles Lean, her friend. Online
  6. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose, p. 7, naming as Timothy's son "Edward (the sea captain);" no other information.
  7. [S79] Rev. Edward Savage, The Story of Melrose, p. 7, naming as Timothy's daughter, among other unnamed daus., Mrs. Sliney.