John Fee was the eldest son of Thomas Fee and Charlotte Williams. Family records indicate he was born in September 1844 and I have found an index for his baptism in 1845.
John (7) was listed in the 1851 census along with his parents Thomas (35) and Charlotte (32) in St. Malachie, QC. In the 1861 census John (16) is living with his parents in St. Malachie.
In 1872 John married Henrietta Salter. I have yet to find a record of the marriage.
In 1880 the family was living in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York. John (34) is a machinist while Henrietta (33) is keeping house. Their children at that time included Mildred (6), and John (2).
By the 1891 census, the family is back in Montreal. John (44) is still a machinist and Henrietta (42) is presumably still keeping house. Their children include Mildred (16), John (13), William (10) and Ruth (6). According to the census William and Ruth were born in the United States, which suggests the family returned to Canada sometime between 1885 and 1891.
I have yet to find the family in the 1901 census, but the 1911 census shows the family still living in Montreal, at 377 Grosvenor. John (66) is listed as a machinist as is son John (33). Also at home with John and Henrietta (65) are William (30) and Ruth (26). Mildred (now Newmark, 36) appears to be back living with the family along with her children Basil (16), Henry (14) and Grace (8).
John Fee died on October 8, 1922.
John and Henrietta Fee, 1921, 49th anniversary