My Geneology, by Donna Marie Noble (nee Marney). There is also connecting information to Mooers, MacFarlane, Briggs, Feero where known. My father Glenn Royce Marney.
William Charles Marney (1887-1968) WILLIAM CHARLES MARNEY (son of Henriette (Feero) Marney, daugther of Oren Feero, Peter Feero, Christian Feero) William Charles Marney was born August 23, 1887 in Temperance Vale, New Brunswick, the 23rd day of August , 1887. The son of Henriette (Feero) and William Henry Marney. He married ethel Violet Mitchell (1893-1962) in August 1916. Children and grandchildren: Aulden Charles Marney......Otis, New Brunswick born October 18, 1920 married Geraldine Stairs. 4 ch. Jean, Linda, Rowena married Robert Simpson. & Barbara m. Aunden Rae. Glenn Royce Marney ............Waasis, New Brunswick b. February 18, 1922 - living Jan 14th, 2003. married : 1. Evelyn Katheline Mooers, born Oct 20, 1923 (dec) - January 15th, 1972. AE 48. Children: Roy Carl, born Feb. 24, 1945 at pinde, N.B. Deceased: September 2nd, 2002, at St. John Regional. Joan Marie (dec 3 days), Temperance Vale Cemetery next to Grandpa Mooers feet. Budded on earth to bloom in Heaven. Donna Marie born January 4th, 1948. (Waasis) married David Stanley Noble born April 2nd, 1947 (Rusagonis) 4 Children: Crystal Lynn born April 6th, 1967 married Stephen Todd Landry c. Larissa, Haley, Sophia. Angela Evelyn born February 11th, 1972 married Glen Baydon Saunders c. Isabella Faith. Vicki Leigh born September 11th, 1979 (Waasis) married Graeme Lamont Sweet (PEI). Andrew David Noble (Waasis) born October 2nd, 1982. Wanda Leigh,m. David Pedersen (Nova Scotia) c. Cy, Eve Heather Dawn married Charles Kennedy ; no children. 2nd Wife of Glenn Marney Evelyn (Amirault) Dougherty of Nova Scotia born Nov. 9th.......NO CHILDREN. William Charles Marney was serving with the 55th Batalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces during World War I when he met Ethel Mitchel in England. They were married there August 1916. In December of the same year William returned to Canada with his bride. They made their home in Temperance Vale where William worked as a woodsman. Their sons, Aulden and Glenn, were born there. Ethel Violet Marney (nee Mitchell) returned to England to see her parents when the boys were young. William was an avid hunter and fisherman and a genial storyteller. Ethel died in 1952, and William died six years later on August 29, 1968. Both are burried in the Baptist Cemetery at Temperance Vale.