Person:Hugh Crosby (1)

Hugh Michael Crosby
m. 24 Feb 1873
  1. Mary Ann Crosby1874 - 1929
  2. Hugh Michael Crosby1875 - 1939
  3. Catherine Agnes Crosby1877 - 1969
  4. James Crosby1879 - 1920
  5. William Crosby1881 - 1972
  6. Ellen Crosby1883 - 1937
  7. Susan Crosby1885 - 1970
  8. John Crosby1888 - 1959
  9. Elizabeth Crosby1891 - 1984
m. 15 Oct 1902
  1. Edward Joseph Crosby1903 - 1991
  2. Mary 'Mae' Lorena Crosby1905 - 1991
  3. Margaret Evelyn Crosby1906 - 1986
  4. Ethel Bernadette Crosby1908 - 1962
  5. Henry Hugh Crosby1909 - 1909
  6. Katerine Mildred Crosby1915 - 1988
  7. Hugh Albert Crosby1917 - 1982
Facts and Events
Name Hugh Michael Crosby
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][3] 15 Aug 1875 Mara, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 15 Oct 1902 Brechin, Ontario, Ontario, CanadaSt. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church
to Mary Westlake
Death? 19 Jun 1939 Orillia, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada
Burial? 22 Jun 1939 St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church Cemetery, Brechin, Ontario, Ontario, Canada
Reference Number? 6747
  1. tombstone
    LDS Fiche #6051090; Transcription of Tombstones in St. Andrew's R. C. Cem., Brechin, Mara twp., Simcoe Co., Ont.; Row 8, stone 4.

    QUAY 3 CROSBY, Hugh, 1875 - 1939

  2. Church baptism record
    St. ColumbKille's R. C. Ch., Uptergrove, Simcoe Co., Ont.; LDS film # 1305889, item # 2, p. 4.

    QUAY 3 "Michael Hugh, born Mara Aug. 15th, baptized Aug. 24th, '75; son of Jas. Crosby, born Ireland and Mary Corrigan, born Ireland; sp: ; by Thos. J. Morris"

  3. Census Records
    1901 Census ofOntario: ONTARIO (North) #97; Mara twp# h-2, p 3.

    QUAY 3 #35

  4.   Death Notice.

    The Orillia Packet and Times --- 13 JULY, 1939

    On Monday morning, June 19, Hugh Crosby, of Brechin was fatally injured while working on Highway No. 12 near Brechin. Fortified by the last rites of his Church, he passed away six hours later in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Orillia. He was born in Mara, 64 years ago, and was son of Mary and the late James Crosby and spent most of his life there. He was united in marriage thirty-six years ago to Minnie Westlake and lived on a farm near Brechin until a few years ago. He leaves to morn his loss, besides his widow, two sons and four daughters,Edward, Ethel and Catherine, of Rouyn, Quebec, Hugh of Timmins, Mrs. Peter Maloney, of Udney, Mrs. Quinn of Westport and his mother Mrs. James Crosby, two brothers, William and John of Shepler (sic) and three sisters, Mrs. Thos. Kelly of Brechin, Mrs. R. F. Burbee, of Niagria Falls N. Y., and Mrs. W. P. Merrifield of London, Ontario, who were present at the funeral. The funeral was largely attended on Thursday morning June 22, at St. Andrew's church, where requiem mass was sung by Rev. Father Armstrong, Father Morrow and Father Kenny were present in the sanctuary. The pallbearers were five nephews, Thomas, James, and Emmet Crosby, Gerrard and Harold Kelly, and a cousin Gerald Crosby