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Maud Olivia Chute

Female 1882 - 1961  (79 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Maud Olivia Chute was born 14 Apr 1882, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA (daughter of Andrew Fuller Chute and Caroline Bouer); died 25 Jun 1961, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; was buried 27 Jun 1961, Mount Vernon Cemetery, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; City Clerk
    • Occupation: Eastern Vernon County, Wisconsin; teacher
    • _PPEXCLUDE:
    • Researcher: 1953, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; descendants of Alfred Chute, with George M. Chute, Jr.


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Andrew Fuller Chute was born 17 Jul 1856, Bosanquet, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada (son of Alfred Chute and Olivia Miner); died 6 Mar 1949, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.

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    Andrew married Caroline Bouer 4 Mar 1878. Caroline was born 29 Jan 1853; died 20 Dec 1922, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Caroline Bouer was born 29 Jan 1853; died 20 Dec 1922, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.

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    Children:
    1. Alfred Hervey 'Smoke' Chute was born 5 Sep 1879, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. Hattie Chute was born 19 Jun 1881, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; died 3 Jul 1881, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.
    3. 1. Maud Olivia Chute was born 14 Apr 1882, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; died 25 Jun 1961, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; was buried 27 Jun 1961, Mount Vernon Cemetery, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.
    4. Adolph Andrew Dolph' Chute was born 15 Jul 1884, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA; died 19 Oct 1954, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Alfred Chute was born 29 Jul 1822, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia (son of Andrew Chute and Olive Woodworth); died 6 Jan 1894, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois, USA.

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    Alfred married Olivia Miner 6 Nov 1845, Strathroy, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada. Olivia was born 1826, Strathroy, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada; died 7 Jan 1877, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Olivia Miner was born 1826, Strathroy, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada; died 7 Jan 1877, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois, USA.

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    Children:
    1. Angelina L. Chute was born 19 Sep 1846, Caradoc Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. Selina Elizabeth Chute was born 3 Aug 1848, Caradoc Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; died 1896, Collinsville, Illinois, USA.
    3. Martin Luther Chute was born 29 Apr 1851, Caradoc Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; died May 1920, Green County, Illinois, USA.
    4. Harriet A. Chute was born 20 May 1854, Caradoc Township, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada; died 16 Dec 1940, Missouri, USA.
    5. 2. Andrew Fuller Chute was born 17 Jul 1856, Bosanquet, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada; died 6 Mar 1949, Hillsboro, Vernon County, Wisconsin, USA.
    6. Alfred Edward Chute was born 10 Feb 1861, Adelaide, Ontario, Canada; died 26 May 1951, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois, USA; was buried Richland Cemetery, Schuyler County, Illinois, USA.
    7. Helen Olivia Chute was born 28 Feb 1863, Adelaide, Ontario, Canada; died 1 May 1939, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois, USA.
    8. James Hervey Chute was born 16 Aug 1865, Minnesota, USA; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Andrew ChuteAndrew Chute was born 15 Sep 1789, Granville, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada (son of Deacon Thomas Chute and Sybil Marshall); died 17 Feb 1862, Nova Scotia, Canada; was buried Feb 1862, Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Cemetery: Feb 1862, Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada; Lakeview Cemetery

    Notes:

    Info from Janice Gnekow

    http://www.jerryeakle.com/chute/pafg27.htm#8453C

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    «u»Andrew Chute «/u»
    "Born in Granville, N. S., Sept. 15, 1789; taken 1801, to Bear River by his parents; and lived in Clements, a mile and a half from Bear River bridge; one of the most pious, honest, industrious and generous men of the century. His school teacher in youth was William Carr; his singing teacher was Captain Dean, a pupil of William Billings of Boston, studying the books, Worcester Collection, Village Harmony, Northern Harmony and Stephen Humbert's Union Harmony. Thus by persistent effort he became a good singer, leader and teacher, and also composed about forty church tunes. He claimed to "experience religion " under the preaching of Rev. John Saxton, and was baptized by Rev. Enoch Townes in 1810, joining the Baptist church in Clements. He was appointed deacon about 1821, and soon after licensed to preach, which he continued to do off and on 'till he was seventy years of age . He often preached the gospel to the poor and needy in back settlenients, and taught singing during winter evenings . He maintained a constant correspondence with friends and wrote (f)or the religious papers. For several years, between 1850 and 1860, he was involved in controversy with Rev . Israel Rise, on the Millerite doctrine. His wife, too, wa s a great worker, a weaver and a good Christian woman. He sold his farm in Clements in the spring of 1841, to George T roop, and September 13, left Bear River for Boston on the schooner Wave, Captain Joel McDormand, thence by rail to Providence, R. L, and Stollington, Ct., thence to New York and Albany by steamboat, and through the Erie Canal to Buffalo, thence to Port Rowan, Upper Canada, on a schooner commanded by Captain John Redding. From there they moved twenty-f ive miles in wagons, northwest of Port Burwell into Malahide, and in January, 1842, bought one hundred acres of Captain John McIntyre in the township of Bayham, where he became a prosperous farmer, charitable to the poor. His house was the resort of Christian ministers and pilgrims of all denominations. In the summer of 1851, he went back to Nova Sco tia and in the fall brought back with them Mrs. Chute's aged mother and youngest sister. Deacon Chute died at home, happy in the Lord Jesus, Feb. 17, 1862; his wife followed Jan . 18, 1864, in her sixty-eighth year."

    Andrew married Olive Woodworth 17 Feb 1814, Cornwallis, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada.. Olive (daughter of Eleazer Woodworth and Mary Chute) was born 24 Jul 1796, Berwick, Cornwallis, King's County, Nova Scotia, Canada; died 18 Jan 1864, Nova Scotia, Canada. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Olive WoodworthOlive Woodworth was born 24 Jul 1796, Berwick, Cornwallis, King's County, Nova Scotia, Canada (daughter of Eleazer Woodworth and Mary Chute); died 18 Jan 1864, Nova Scotia, Canada.

    Notes:

    Info from Janice Gnekow

    http://www.jerryeakle.com/chute/pafg27.htm#8453C

    «u»Olive Woodworth «/u»
    Source:Nova Scotia Woodworths
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    217 iii. Olive Woodworth was born in Berwick, Kings County , Nova Scotia July 24, 1796. She married Andrew Chute February 17, 1814. Andrew was born September 15, 1789. Andrew was the son of Thomas Chute and Sybil Marshall. Andrew's occupation: Deacon.

    Children:
    1. Edward Chute was born 31 Dec 1815, Clements, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada; died 3 Apr 1906, Clements, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada.
    2. Sarah Ann Chute was born 18 May 1818, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 9 Mar 1901.
    3. Harriet Chute was born 16 Jul 1820, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died Yes, date unknown.
    4. 4. Alfred Chute was born 29 Jul 1822, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 6 Jan 1894, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois, USA.
    5. Sidney Chute was born 20 Nov 1824, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 28 Mar 1902, St. Thomas, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada; was buried Mar 1902, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada.
    6. Ezekiel ("E.L.") Chute was born 20 Feb 1827, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 10 Jul 1914, Aylmer, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada.
    7. Eliazer Freeman Chute was born 30 May 1829, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 28 May 1913, Lakeview, Elgin County, Ontario, Canada.
    8. William Edward Chute was born 24 Apr 1832, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 7 Sep 1900, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada.
    9. Aaron Chute was born 6 Aug 1834, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died Aug 1863, Esmerelda, Mono County, California, USA.
    10. Lovena Chute was born 15 Sep 1836, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 16 Mar 1881, Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada; was buried Mar 1881, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada.
    11. Cynthia Chute was born 7 Apr 1839, Bear River, Digby County, Nova Scotia; died 21 Jan 1914, Malahide Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada.
    12. John Milton Chute was born 28 Jul 1843, Bayham Township, Elgin County, Ontario Province, Canada; died 25 Oct 1903, Manistique, North Branch, Lapeer County, Michigan, USA.