William Herridge of John
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Born: 1859, Lobster Cove
Father: John Herridge
Mother: Mary Ann ?
Married: 18 September 1878 at the Schoolhouse in Long Harbour
Spouse: Esther Baker
Born: circa 1864 (married at 14)
Died: 06 September 1895 at Lobster Cove, age 43, of Milk Fever, attended by Dr. Conrad Fitzgerald; buried Lobster Cove by T.P. Quintin
Father: James Baker
Mother: Sarah Cains
 George James Herridge, baptized 09 October 1879 at Lobster Cove
 Mary Ann Herridge; baptized 15 September 1882 at Lobster Cove
 Sarah Ellen Herridge; born circa 1884; confirmed 1898
 Arthur Thomas Herridge; born 1895 at Lobster Cove, baptized 02 August 1895; died 28 January 1896, age 5 months, of bronchitis; died and buried at Lobster Cove
Note: Esther, who married William, was apparently named after her grandmother, Esther (Osborn) Caines. William Herridge, widower, married again on 08 August 1898. His second wife was Rachel (Grandy) Reid, widow of Philip Reid. Rachel was 34 years old, daughter of Mary Ann Grandy.
In an interesting turn of events, when Williamís father, John1, and Estherís mother, Sarah, married in 1879, William and Esther became stepbrother and sister as well as husband and wife.
HERRIDGE, Mary Ann
Born: about 1881; baptized 15 September 1882,Lobster Cove
Died: before 1945
Father: William Herridge
Mother: Esther (Caines) Baker
Spouse: James Pike
Born: August 1846, Bay LíArgent
 Reginald Pike, born October 1909 at Bay LíArgent
 Clarence Pike, adopted son, born circa 1924
Note: Mary Ann died before 1945 as James was a widower then at age 71.
Born: October 1909 at Bay LíArgent
Father: James Pike
Mother: Mary Ann Herridge
Spouse: Emily ?
Born: circa 1916
 Carrie Pike, born circa 1939
 Frank Pike, born circa 1941
 Cyril Pike, born circa 1943
Note: In 1935 Reginald, at 26, was a fisherman, engaged in the Cod Fishery. His earnings for the previous year had been $47. Reginaldís age is listed as 30 in the 1945 Census, but this could be an error on the part of the Enumerator or the Transcriber. It is most likely the same person as there is no other Reginald Pike in the area.