John and Rebecca Stewart's Family Pictures

Picture of John and Rebecca Stewart - from Ireland

Picture of John Stewart Family

Front row - Marjorie, Rebbecca, Annie, John

Back row - Isabelle(Grandma), Minnie, James, Ellie, Margaret

Maybe a 1914 Picture of Henry Stewart with his sister in law Rebecca Stewart with five of her children.

This may be a picture in 1914 when Margaret, Minnie and Uncle Henry returned to Ireland?

James Stewart is the young man. I am not sure which of his 4 sisters are in the picture.

Picture of Rebecca Stewart with grandchildren - The four girls are probably the 4 daughters of Minnie Stewart Leanney. they were Jennie, Rebecca (Ruby), Isabella, Olive. Minnie Stewart Leanney left her 4 daughters with her parents after being widowed, while she went to Philadelphia to prepare a new life for them. In the 1911 Census of Ireland, the 4 Leanney girls are listed in the household of John and Rebecca

Picture of Minnie Stewart Jervis, James Stewart and Margaret Stewart Gardner

Picture of Maggy and Minnie Stewart

Picture of ?, Minnie, Maggy and Belle Stewart

Picture of John and Rebecca Stewart's tombstone

funeral memorial for Maggy Stewart Gardner - click for funeral notice Maggy Stewart

Newspaper memorial for Maggy Stewart Gardner - click for newspaper notice

Here is some information and pictures concerning John Stewart's brothers. The brothers are my father's (Glen Graham) great uncles.

4 Stewart brothers wound up in Queensland - William the oldest (born about 1837 - at the time of William;s death around 1915, he remembers his brother, John Stewart of Kilcronaghan in his will), Matthew born 1848 - he went first to New Zealand but after a year moved on to Queensland, and Donald the youngest born 1860, died Brisbane, Queensland 1882 (?) and Charles Stewart

Henry Stewart (born about 1853) lived in Harrison county Iowa when Belle Stewart came to Iowa

Thomas P. Stewart of New York (1855-1930)

Thomas wife was Ann Wren (1864-1930)

Their children were Edwin Proctor (1890-1930), Genevieve Elizabeth (1895-1991),

Raymond James (1893-1959), Anna Frances (1896-1975)

Parents of William (1837), John (1840), Matthew (1848) Charles (?), Henry (1853), Thomas (1855) and Donald (1860) was Matthew Stewart and his wife Ellen Proctor Stewart

Charles Stewart's son Jack (Samuel John) Stewart was killed in World War I in Belguim in 1918 - Australia Army

Picture of Thomas P. Stewart shared by his granddaughter, Genevieve Cunningham Hill

Picture of Thomas Stewart and Annie Wren Stewart shared by their great granddaughter, Jean Stewart

Picture of Thomas Stewart on left and maybe his brothers? shared by his granddaughter, Genevieve Cunningham Hill

Picture of Thomas Stewart's children shared by Edward Stewart

Picture of Charles Stewart of Gympie, Queensland Australia and his car shared by Edward Stewart

Picture of Jack Stewart - Australian Army World War 1 - Killed 1918 in Belgium - Son of Charles shared by Edward Stewart

Roll of Honour - Samuel John Stewart

Service Number: 1927

Rank: Warrant Officer

Unit: Australian Army Ordnance Corps

Conflict: 1914-1918

Date of death 2 May 1918

Cause of death: Killed in action

Cemetery or memorial details: Camon Communal Cemetery, France

Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army

photo of Matthew and Mary Jane Strain Stewart of Gunalda, Queensland Australia - photo not verified 100% but almost certain - shared by a Carmel Bond of Dayboro, Queensland, whose husband would have been a step grandson of William Stewart. The man looks like a slightly heavier version of Thomas and Charles (in the auto photo). Matthew would have been a brother to John, Charles, Henry, and Thomas.

Believed to be a photo of Matthew Stewart about 66 years and John Stewart about 36 years in about 1918. Picture taken at Gunalda Queensland Australia - shared by John Kay of Queensland.

Matthew Stewart's gravestone taken by a descendant Damien Watson of Queensland

Picture of Belle Stewart Graham and daughters Francis and Iris visiting Thomas Stewart shared by Edward Stewart

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