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James Hayes, M.D., son of David Hayes and Marie Theresa Glennan
Born: 15 Dec 1844 in Simcoe, Norfolk County, Ontario
Married: Jeannie Thomson Livingstone, 20 May 1869 in Simcoe (age 24)
Married: Mary E. J. Bowlby, 1873 (age 29)
Married: Aletia J. Belton, 18 Nov 1890 in Buffalo, New York (age 45)
Died: 31 May 1902 in Simcoe (age 57) 
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Jeannie T. Livingstone, daughter of Rev. Martin Livingstone and Margaret Thomson
Born: 9 Oct 1847 in Musselburgh, Scotland
Married: James Hayes, 20 May 1869 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 21)
Died: 31 Jan 1870 in Simcoe, Norfolk County (age 22)  
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Mary E. J. Bowlby, daughter of William Bowlby and Rhoda Mary Jane Duncombe
Born: about 1851
Married: James Hayes, 4 Jun 1873 in Townsend Township (age 22)
Died: 11 Mar 1883 in Simcoe, Ontario
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Children of James Hayes and Mary Bowlby:
Arthur Bowlby Hayes (1874-1888)
Mary Helen Hayes married Herbert L. Selby
James A. Hayes (1878-1878)
[unnamed son] Hayes (1879-1879)
Lawrence Clark Hayes (1883-1884)
Aletia J. Belton, daughter of G. Belton
Born: 1867
Married: James Hayes, 18 Nov 1890 in Buffalo, New York (age 24)
Died: Feb 1948 in Buffalo, New York (age 81)  
Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe
Children of James Hayes and Aletia Belton:
Nora Hayes married R. C. Smith. They lived in Buffalo, New York.
Emily S. Hayes (1896-1914). Drowned while swimming.
James graduated McGill University. He practiced medicine in Simcoe for a third of a century. James was one of the original (1881) investors in brother-in-law Wm.P. Innes' Simcoe Canning company that became Simcoe's Canadian Canners plant, which brought American Can to Simcoe. James was Mayor of Simcoe, 1895-1897. Starting 1885, in partnership with several others over decades, James owned a Simcoe drug store that eventually became Jackson's Drug Store on the southeast corner of Robinson & Kent streets. After James' death, his third wife and her daughters moved "home" to Buffalo, N.Y. Also see his photo and bio
Source: John Cardiff of Simcoe, Norfolk County. Submitted: 3 May 2003
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