I came back to look at some old postings to see if I had any new thoughts. From gleanings from your postings, it seems you are seeking the following:
9J714. GEORGE TRAVIS FLEWELLING
George Travis Flewelling b. ca. 1840, d. 16OCT1891, bur. (List of Sale of Lots and Internment Records, Church of England Graveyard, Saint John East: 1839-1899, privately owned, viewed by Kevin Bond) Lot 232 N.W., 17OCT1891, aet. 50, b. 1840 by the Rev. Stevens of St. Luke’s, m. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 1864 Emma (or Emeline) Vaughn (b. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB ca. 1843.)
George Travis Flewelling also had purchased Lot 234 N.W, which was said to have never been used, but the above cited list does indicate internments in that Lot as well as with George T. Flewelling in Lot 232 N.W. These are assumed to have been his siblings, that the dates given are the burial dates, and the dates-of-birth are calculated from the ages given in those records.
George is said to have resided in Eastport, ME at one time, and to have been a ‘lumber surveyor’ in the 1881 census of Wellington Ward, City of Saint John, Saint John Co, NB; where he was age 40 and Church of England. Emma had died before 1919.
In, Province of New Brunswick: Militia List for 1867, National Library of Canada, Parliamentary Sessional Papers, 1868, No. 35, p. 47, George Travis Flewelling is listed on the Staff of Militia.
In a posting (# 25, 11JUN1999) at the Flewellen GenForum, Fay Llewellyn writes:
have a George T. Flewelling who was born, married & died in St. John, Canada who married an Emma/Emmalyn Vaughn who later moved to Boston and changed name to Llewellyn. There is a Ernest Tuck Llewelling who had a daughter Ariel Ernest Flewelling who married Fred. 12/10/1917[?] who adopted daughter Carole Ann. George & Emmalyn had kids William in NY, Ernest in St. John, Shirley [male] in Eastport, Charles & Hazel of Boston. Also there is a Charles Clinch Llewellyn [1873-1915].I thought he was George and Emmalyn's child. He married Hannah Harrigan. Do any of these peoples sound remotely familiar ? Any help appreciated.....thanks Fay
which suggests that George Travis Flewelling’s wife may have moved to Boston, MA, and changed her surname to Llewellyn.
Their children (partly from the 1881 census, partly from Allan H. Wetmore) were:
9J7141. WILLIAM V. FLEWELLING b. ca. 1865, a printer in the 1881 census; went to New York City?
9J7142. ERNEST TUCK FLEWELLING b. ca. 1867, a store clerk in the census of 1881
9J7143. HAZEL FLEWELLING, went to Boston?
9J7144. LOUISE S. FLEWELLING b. ca. 1872, d. 22JAN1873 aet. 1 year, bur. with her father
9J7145. CHARLES CLINCH FLEWELLING b. ca. 1873, d. 1915 went to Boston?, m. HANNAH HARRIGAN (d. 1950)
9J7146. MARYENA FLEWELLING b. ca. FEB1876, d. 27APR1877 aet. 1 year, 2 months. Not listed by Wetmore, but indicated as a daughter in the, Saint John Daily News, 28APR1877.
9J7147. ARTHUR SHIRLEY FLEWELLING (Shirley B., according to Wetmore, but a male) b. ca. 1878, went to Eastport, (Maine?)
9J7148. ELIZABETH VAUGHN FLEWELLING, said by Wetmore to be a daughter of James Llewellyn Flewelling and Carrie Fownes. Where Wetmore was referring to the son, I assume that she is a daughter of George Travis Flewelling.
George Travis Flewelling was the son of:
9J71. JAMES LLEWELLYN FLEWELLING
James Llewellyn Flewelling b. ca. 1812, d. 1884,m. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 26SEP1835 (or Indian Town, NB 26SEP1834) Mary Eliza Travis (SJMR Book B, p. 312, Mary of Portland, witness: W. H. Travis.) (b. ca. 1816, d. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 12FEB1890 aet. 74 years.) A mill owner, and later (1881 census Kings Ward, City of Saint John, when he was age 69 and Church of England) in Her Majesty’s Customs at Lancaster, Saint John Co., NB.
His son, James Llewellyn Flewelling, Jr., is said, by Wetmore, to have m. Carrie Fownes. A James Llewellyn Flewelling did m. St. Martins (elsewhere, City of Saint John), NB 16JUL1874 Caroline M. Fownes. It is unlikely that Wetmore knew of the younger James’ date-of-death; so it appears that this may have been a second marriage for James, Sr.
Their children according to Wetmore:
9J711. WILLIAM ALBERT FLEWELLING b. FEB1835 (the burial records mentioned below say he was b, 16OCT1837, but that may well be a mistake of “b.” for buried, or even “b.” instead of “d.”, or some other error), d. 16OCT1837, bur. first in the Loyalist Burying Ground, Saint John, NB, re-interred in Lot 234 N.W. 6MAY1842 aet. 1 year, 8 months at time of death
9J712. JAMES LLEWELLYN FLEWELLING b. ca. JUL1837, d. 6MAY1842 aet 4 years, 10 months
9J713. JULIA ANN TRAVIS FLEWELLING (Julia S. in burial records) b. 5MAR1839, d. 20SEP1840 aet. 1 year, 6 months and 15 days, bur. Loyalist Burying Ground, Saint John, NB, re-interred Lot 234 N.W 6MAY1842. Apparently, she and her brother, William A., were exhumed and buried at the same time as her brother, James, next to what would be her brother, George’s, grave site.
9J714. GEORGE TRAVIS FLEWELLING b. ca. 1840, d. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 16(or 15)OCT1891 aet. 51 years, bur. (List of Sale of Lots and Internment Records, Church of England Graveyard, Saint John East: 1839-1899, privately owned, viewed by Kevin Bond) Lot 232 N.W., 17OCT1891, aet. 50, b. 1840 by the Rev. Stevens of St. Luke’s, m. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 1864 EMMA (or EMELINE) VAUGHN (b. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB ca. 1843.)
9J715. MARY ELIZA FLEWELLING b. ca. 1844, d. 1925, m. WILLIAM CHRISTIE
9J716. ALFRED MEDLEY FLEWELLING (“Alphert M.” in burial records) b. ca. AUG1846, d. 3SEP1847 aet. 1 year, 1 month
9J717. ISAAC BARNES FLEWELLING b. 1848, d. 7SEP1849
9J718. EMILIE ADELIZA FLEWELLING b. ca. 1850, d. 1931
9J71J. HANNAH FLEWELLING b. ca. 1853, m. 1873 HARRY BRUCE
James Llewellyn Flewelling was the son of:
9J7. ISAAC G. FLEWELLING
Isaac G. (or B.) Flewelling b. ca. 1796, d. 1886, m. Trinity Anglican Church, Digby, Digby Co., NS [the location of this church seems somewhat questionable?] 9JAN1811 Hannah Reynolds, (b. Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island 1791, d. Indiantown, Saint John Co., NB 23NOV1838), d/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Pine) Reynolds. A farmer in Lancaster, Saint John Co., NB.
His children, according to Wetmore:
9J71. JAMES LLEWELLYN FLEWELLING b. ca. 1812, d. 1884,m. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 26SEP1835 (or Indian Town, NB 26SEP1834) MARY ELIZA TRAVIS (SJMR Book B, p. 312, Mary of Portland, witness: W. H. Travis.) (b. ca. 1816, d. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 12FEB1890 aet. 74 years)
9J72. JOHN FLEWELLING unm.
9J73. FRED FLEWELLING, unm.
9J74. JEREMIAH FLEWELLING d. 1903
9J75. HARRIET FLEWELLING, unm.
9J76. EMELINA FLEWELLING, unm.
9J77. ANN FLEWELLING, unm.
Isaac G. Flewelling I believe to be the son of:
9J. JOSEPH FLEWELLING of Saint John son of Robert and Maplet Flewelling of North Castle, Westchester Co., NY
Joseph Flewelling b. 1749, d. Saint John Co., NB ca. JAN1822, m. Phoebe Worden (b. ca. 1753, d. Carleton, Saint John Co., NB 23NOV1837 aet. 84 years) d/o (Gabriel and Sarah Anderson) Worden)
The known children of Joseph and Phoebe (Worden) Flewelling were:
9J1. child b. ca. 1770, d. ca. 1783/4
9J2. JAMES FLEWELLING. I am not certain why Norma Gilbert includes James as a child of Joseph and Phoebe, but in deference to her probably more intimate awareness of the Wordens, I include him for now.
9J3. SARAH FLEWELLING b. ca. 1771 m. Capt. JOSHUA BARNES (d. 1817), s/o James Barnes
9J4. child b. ca. 1774, d. ca. 1783/4
9J5. child b. ca. 1776, d. ca. 1783/4
9J6. FRANCES (“FANNY”) FLEWELLING b. Carleton, Saint John Co., NB ca. 1791, d. Carleton, Saint John Co., NB 19DEC1855, m. York Co., NB 8JUN1822 JOHN ALLWARD HARNED (b. Fredericton, York Co., NB 29DEC1795, d. West Saint John, Saint John Co., NB), s/o Allward and Sarah (Flewelling ) Harned
9J7. ISAAC G. FLEWELLING b. ca. 1796, d. 1886, m. Trinity Anglican Church, Digby, Digby Co., NS [the location of this church seems somewhat questionable?] 9JAN1811 HANNAH REYNOLDS, (b. Richmond, Washington Co., Rhode Island 1791, d. Indiantown, Saint John Co., NB 23NOV1838), d/o Jesse and Elizabeth (Pine) Reynolds
9J8. MAPLET FLEWELLING d. Fredericton, NB 26FEB1828 (Suzanne P. Lisson at:
m. Carleton, Saint John Co., 14OCT1814 NB SAMUEL MUNRO. This marriage is also reported in, Early Marriage Records of New Brunswick, Saint John City and County, from the British Conquest to 1839, B. Wood-Holt, Holland House Inc., Saint John, NB, 1986, p. 128; referring to a government register ‘A’, which included marriages from MAY1812 to the end of 1824 about which time the Parish of Carleton (part of the City of Saint John, now) was created. Samuel is from ‘Suy’ which is supposed to mean, “Sunberry Parish, Queens County”, but I suspect that Wood-Holt may mean Sunbury Co. ‘Maplit’ is from the City of Saint John, and witnesses are her brother, ‘Isac’ Flewelling and a ‘G. Jinkins’.
It has elsewhere been said that this Maplet was Joseph’s widowed mother. If so, her marriage is all the more remarkable as she is approaching her one hundredth birthday.
9J9. CLARISSA FLEWELLING b. ca. 1798, d. 17JUN1871, m. Saint John, Saint John Co., NB 17JUN1822 TRISTRAM RING (Saint John County Marriage Register, Book A, p. 263. Both bride and groom from Portland (Saint John).)
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I am seeking information on Tristram RING who married Clarissa FLEWELLING 17 June 1822. Clarissa born 1798 died 26 Dec 1871. Clarissa died at her Son-In-Laws home. Her Son-In-Law was Ira D. NICE. Any information on Tristram RING-Clarissa FLEWELLING and Ira D. NICE is appreciated. Norm Ring
9JJ. EUNICE FLEWELLING m. ______ RUSSELL. According to, Vital Statistics From New Brunswick Newspapers: Volume 2, 1816-1823, Vital Statistics Committee of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, Daniel F. Johnson, chair; NBGS, Fredericton, NB, 1982, 2nd ed. 1985, p. 44, # 880; referring to the 21JUN1820 issue of the Saint John, City Gazette, Eunice Harned, d/o Allward Harned, m. in Fredericton, NB 3JUN1820 William Russell. Marriage performed by the Rev. James Somerville. Eunice’s mother would be Sarah (Flewelling) Harned ; and her brother, John Allward Harned [4383/9J6A], below, married Frances Flewelling, d/o of Joseph and Phoebe (Worden) Flewelling. Since, in his will, Joseph only mentions ‘four’ daughters, and Eunice is not among them; it seems possible that this supposed daughter is, in fact, his son-in-law’s sister. William Russell was a witness to the marriage of John Allward Harned and Frances Flewelling, and this may have resulted in the confusion.
I am pretty certain that Joseph was the son of Robert and Maplet. For more on Robert's family try: