White / Chartrand Family Tree

Adeline Jelly

Parents

Father Date of Birth Mother Date of Birth
William Jelly 1835-01-14 Elizabeth Tackaberry 1836-07-16

Person Chart

Partners

Partner Date of Birth Children
Charles Gamon
John Allingham Dixon

Person Events

Event Type Date Place Description
Birth ABT 1871 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 1893-01-31 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 1913 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada
Death 1940 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada

Notes

From Newspaper article the first white child born in the Shelburne
area
She had no Children
I can remember being told that she died of malnutrition, although she
had a reasonable estate. She did not want to use up the principle in
her estate.

The following is a brief story which was told to me by my father
(Arthur Henry White)

Arthur Henry White & Roy Coleman had been charged with settling the
Adeline Dixon Estate. One of the tasks was to list the contents of
the Dixon house. It was during this process that, in the basement,
they found a number of bottles of what appeared to be a very
expensive brand of brandy. The labels on the bottles clearly
indicated a fine quality of brandy... but this was a serious task and
one or the other of the two men was not convinced that the labels
could be trusted. The two men agreed that the only proper course, to
ensure the accuracy of the list they were compiling, was to verify
the contents. And so one of the bottles was properly opened and each
of them tested the liquid. Wishing to make no mistakes, they
continued the testing until the bottle was empty. This left them
satisfied that the label on the bottle had indeed been correct. But;
as they began to consider returning to their task, they were struck
with the realization that just because the label on this bottle had
been correct, that was not necessarily absolute evidence that the
remaining labels were of equal veracity.....


Roots Web Dufferin County Marrage Records: ( It appears that Gamon is misspelled at Garrison.

2546-93 Charles A. GARRISON, 29, druggist, Ontario, Toronto, s/o Charles GARRISON & Catherine CURRY, married Adeline JELLY, 24, Ontario, Shelburne, d/o William JELLY & Elizabeth TACKABERRY, witn: D. ROONEY & Maggie FISHER, both of Shelburne, 31 Jan 1893 at St. Pauls Church, Shelburne

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Source Shelburne Free Press,
Date: 26 Jun 1913,
Type: Wedding Notice
Shelburne Free Press - June 26, 1913 - DICKSON-GAMON:

An interesting event came off at and early hour on Monday morning when Mrs. Adeline Gamon of Shelburne became the bride of J. Alingham Dickson of Toronto. the ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. J. S. Adamson, rector of St. Paul's church, at the handsome home of the bride and was witnessed by a few intimate friends of the contracting parties. The bride is one of the best known residents of the village, was born and raised here, and is the only child of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jelly, Shelburne's first pioneers and honored dead. The late Wm. Jelly, ex-M.P.P., was the founder of Shelburne and owned nearly all the land in the corporation limits, and during his lifetime was an enthusiastic worker in the interest of this place. He was in fact Shelburne's grand old man. The groom is a cleaver young business man and highly esteemed by those who knew him. Mr. and Mrs. Dickson left ny the morning train for Vancouver, B.C., where they will spend several weeks before returning home. The bride's many friends in Shelburne wish her and her husband a pleasant trip and a safe return to her home here.

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