|Susanne Smallman How
Another name for Susanne was Suzanne Smallman How.
Noted events in her life were:
• Alt. Name: Also known as Suzanna.
• 1871 Census of Canada, 1871, , Kinloss, Bruce, Ontario, Canada. 843 Ontario, Bruce Co., Kinloss Twp., p. 27, lines 4-7, household 77;
• 1881 Census of Canada, 4 Apr 1881, , Kinloss, Bruce, Ontario, Canada. 844 Bruce County, Kinloss District, page 69, lines 5-8, household 294;
• Religion: Methodist, After 1888, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 846 Mrs. Beynon, an active Christian woman, was concerned because the distance to Whitewater or to Melgund was too great for their family and those of their neighbors, to attend Sunday services regularly. She discussed the matter with Mrs. Jasper and Mrs. Robert Pettypiece, who after 1888 lived on 15-6-23, both Methodists, and both eager to have regular Sunday worship services. Soon these three women arranged Sunday prayer meetings to be held at the homes of each in tum. Mrs. Lillian Beynon Thomas now (1956) living in Winnipeg, tells of the meetings at her home to which the neighbors came flocking. They came on foot or riding horseback; they came in wagons or on stoneboats, so anxious were they to meet their friends and worship with them. One man came on a hay rake drawn by an ox and a horse. The services were simple. Mr. Beynon, Mr. Jasper or Mr. Pettypiece read the Bible, explained the passage as he saw it and led in prayer. Everyone joined in singing the old hymns and through the inspiration and unity of their singing was drawn closer to his neighbors.
• Cemetery: Riverside Cemetery, 1892, Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada. 24
Susanne married Robert Pettypiece, son of William Pettypiece and Susan Morrison, on 7 May 1853 in , Marlborough, Carleton, Ontario, Canada 59.,62 (Robert Pettypiece was born on 1 Jul 1835 in , Marlborough, Carleton, Ontario, Canada,59,62,183 died on 21 Sep 1909 in Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 62,183,842 and was buried in Hartney, Cameron, Manitoba, Canada 24.)