John Platt1

M, #38951, b. 1823
  • Birth*: 1823; Ontario; Date 1823 & location Ontario per 1881 Census. Date 1821 & location Cda. per 1851 Census. per mail from Linda Smith, Dec. 31, 2004.1,2,3
  • Marriage*: 4 May 1859; Northumberland Co., Canada West; Marriage Register: Groom: John Platt; Age: 33; Res. & Born: Percy Twp.; Parents: Isaac & Permelia Platt; Bride: Rebecca Weller; Age: 19; Res.: Cramahe Twp.; Born: Murray Twp.; Parents: E. & Adeline Weller; Date: May 4 1859; Place: Northumberland Co. (Ontario Marriage Registers, ancestry.com)
    "Erastus Sanford married Frances Weller, d/o Eliakim Weller and Magdella ? Frances' sister, Catherine Rebecca, married John Platt - and it is their daughter, Rose, who is a witness to the following marriage (and a new child - you only have two sons on your web site for Eratus and Frances):" per email from Linda Smith, Dec. 31, 2004.; Principal=Catherine Rebecca Weller1,4
  • Residence*: 1844; Conc 1 Lot 1, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; "In 1844 some of the property transfers and the subsequent owners are given: ... Lot 1, Concession 1; March - Martha Bryant to John Platt, 21 acres ... " from pg. 162 of The Tobey Book.5
  • Residence: 7 October 1844; Conc 10 Lot 9, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Registry Records (B&S 1927) show that John Platt sold all 100 acres of Lot 9, Conc 10, Cramahe Twp. to Louis Odell, Inst. Date: Oct 7, 184??6
  • Residence: between 1847 and 1849; Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "During the years 1847, 1848 and 1849 there were at least three places selling harware, viz; Joseph Bettes, W. & J. Platt, and Proctor and Squires." from pg. 175 of The Tobey Book.
    Note: Guessing that W. & J. refers to Willet and John Platt - brothers?????5
  • Census: 1848; Conc 2 Lot 3, Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; 1848 Census: John Platt; Conc 2, Lot 3, occ., prop.; Miller
  • Census: 1852; Percy Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 30 at 1851 Census: see Isaac S. Platt3
  • Census*: April 1881; Percy Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 58 at 1881 Census: Platt, John, 58, b. Ont., Eng., CE, farmer, married; Rebecca, 42, b. Ont., Eng., Ce, married; Rose, 18, b. Ont., Eng.; Annie, 14 (familysearch.org)2

Family: Catherine Rebecca Weller b. 1839

  • Marriage*: 4 May 1859; Northumberland Co., Canada West; Marriage Register: Groom: John Platt; Age: 33; Res. & Born: Percy Twp.; Parents: Isaac & Permelia Platt; Bride: Rebecca Weller; Age: 19; Res.: Cramahe Twp.; Born: Murray Twp.; Parents: E. & Adeline Weller; Date: May 4 1859; Place: Northumberland Co. (Ontario Marriage Registers, ancestry.com)
    "Erastus Sanford married Frances Weller, d/o Eliakim Weller and Magdella ? Frances' sister, Catherine Rebecca, married John Platt - and it is their daughter, Rose, who is a witness to the following marriage (and a new child - you only have two sons on your web site for Eratus and Frances):" per email from Linda Smith, Dec. 31, 2004.; Principal=Catherine Rebecca Weller1,4

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S16] Unknown author, 1881 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  3. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  4. [S28] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  5. [S54] Wilfred M. Sprung & Barbara Nyland, Tobey Book.
  6. [S46] Unknown location, Ontario Land Registry Records; unknown film.

Rose Platt1

F, #38952, b. 1863
  • Birth*: 1863; Canada West; Date 1863 per 1881 Census. "Erastus Sanford married Frances Weller, d/o Eliakim Weller and Magdella ? Frances' sister, Catherine Rebecca, married John Platt - and it is their daughter, Rose, who is a witness to the following marriage (and a new child - you only have two sons on your web site for Eratus and Frances):" per email from Linda Smith, Dec. 31, 2004.1,2
  • Residence*: 31 July 1879; Percy Twp., Norham, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "2764-79 (Frontenac Co): John Eldon MURRAY, 27, commercial agent, New York, Kingston, s/o E.J.? MURRAY & Mary BEEBE, married Hattie Cora SANDFORD, 24, Kingston, same, d/o Erastus SANDFORD & Frances WELLER, witn: John REID & Rose PLATT, both of Norham, 31 July 1879 at Kingston" per email from Linda Smith, Dec. 31, 2004.1
  • Census*: April 1881; Percy Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 18 at 1881 Census: see John Platt2

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S16] Unknown author, 1881 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Annie Platt1

F, #38953, b. 1867
  • Birth*: 1867; Ontario; Date 1867 per 1881 Census.1
  • Census*: April 1881; Percy Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 14 at 1881 Census: see John Platt1

Citations

  1. [S16] Unknown author, 1881 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

? ?1

F, #38954, b. circa 1730
  • Birth*: circa 1730; per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1760; New York, U.S.A.; "Some time later he quit the regiment, married and became a merchant in the Hudson river valley area of New York at the Argyll settlement near Fort Henry." per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.; Principal=Alexander Campbell
  • Married Name: circa 1760; Campbell1

Family: Alexander Campbell b. c 1729, d. 10 Apr 1811

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Archibald Campbell1

M, #38955, b. 1769, d. 5 July 1851
  • Birth*: 1769; New York, U.S.A.; Date 1769 per GEDCOM of Richard Lander, Jan 14, 2006. Date c. 1768 & location NY per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1,2
  • Marriage*: after 1790; Ontario; per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.
    Note: Richard Land has Archibald Campbell married to Catherine Barbara Sager.; Principal=Catherine Harrington1,2
  • Death*: 5 July 1851; Adolphustown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Date Jul 5 1851 & location Adolphustown per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1
  • Burial*: 7 July 1851; Gosport Cemetery, Adolphustown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander, Jan 14, 2006.2
  • Residence*: circa 1800; Conc 5, Adolphustown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1

Family: Catherine Harrington b. c 1769, d. 1851

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Catherine Harrington1

F, #38956, b. circa 1769, d. 1851
  • Birth*: circa 1769; Date c. 1769 per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: after 1790; Ontario; per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.
    Note: Richard Land has Archibald Campbell married to Catherine Barbara Sager.; Principal=Archibald Campbell1,2
  • Death*: 1851; Adolphustown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Date 1851 & location Adolphustown per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1
  • Married Name: after 1790; Campbell1

Family: Archibald Campbell b. 1769, d. 5 Jul 1851

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Annie Jane Anderson Randall1,2,3

F, #38957, b. 17 May 1866
  • Birth*: 17 May 1866; Ontario; Date May 17 1886 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004. Date 1868 per 1881 Census.2,3
  • Marriage*: after 1886; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.; Principal=Fred Berry3
  • Marriage*: 13 August 1890; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.; Principal=Walter R. Pennock3
  • Census*: April 1881; Tyendinaga Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Age 13 at 1881 Census: see Ansel B. Randall2
  • Married Name: after 1886; Berry3
  • Married Name: 13 August 1890; Pennock3

Family 1: Fred Berry b. c 1866

Family 2: Walter R. Pennock b. c 1866

Citations

  1. Annie Jane Anderson Randall per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.
  2. [S16] Unknown author, 1881 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  3. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Mary Elizabeth Randall1

F, #38958, b. 11 October 1853
  • Birth*: 11 October 1853; Ontario; Date Oct 11 1853 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: 22 October 1872; Date Oct 22 1872 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.; Principal=Alexander Findlay1
  • Married Name: 22 October 1872; Findlay1

Family: Alexander Findlay b. c 1853

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Alexander Findlay1

M, #38959, b. circa 1853
  • Birth*: circa 1853; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: 22 October 1872; Date Oct 22 1872 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.; Principal=Mary Elizabeth Randall1

Family: Mary Elizabeth Randall b. 11 Oct 1853

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Alexander B. R. Findlay1

M, #38960, b. 26 November 1874
  • Birth*: 26 November 1874; Date Nov 26 1874 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Frances Ada Albert Findlay1

F, #38961, b. November 1878
  • Birth*: November 1878; Date Nov 1878 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Huck Mck. Findlay1

M, #38962, b. 1880
  • Birth*: 1880; Date 1880 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Annie Elizabeth Findlay1

F, #38963, b. 5 August 1884
  • Birth*: 5 August 1884; Date Aug 5 1884 per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

David William Findlay1

M, #38964, b. 26 June 1887
  • Birth*: 26 June 1887; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

David Avery Randall1

M, #38965, b. 19 August 1857, d. 11 February 1861
  • Birth*: 19 August 1857; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1
  • Death*: 11 February 1861; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Fred Berry1

M, #38966, b. circa 1866
  • Birth*: circa 1866; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: after 1886; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.; Principal=Annie Jane Anderson Randall1

Family: Annie Jane Anderson Randall b. 17 May 1866

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Walter R. Pennock1

M, #38967, b. circa 1866
  • Birth*: circa 1866; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: 13 August 1890; per GEDCOM of Kimberley Fraser, Jan. 2, 2004.; Principal=Annie Jane Anderson Randall1

Family: Annie Jane Anderson Randall b. 17 May 1866

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Mary Campbell1

F, #38968, b. 11 May 1771, d. 22 October 1840
  • Birth*: 11 May 1771; Fort Edward, Washington Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date May 11 1771 & location Fort Edward, Washington Co., NY per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: 26 May 1789; Montreal, Quebec; "RIDOUT, THOMAS, office holder; b. 17 March 1754 in Sherborne, Dorset, England, son of George Ridout; m. first c. 1776 Isabella –,and they had one son, Samuel Smith*; m. secondly 26 May 1789 Mary Campbell, and they had seven sons, including George* and Thomas Gibbs*, and five daughters; d. 8 Feb. 1829 in York (Toronto), Upper Canada." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.
    Date 1789 per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. Date May 26 1789 & location Montreal per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.; Principal=Thomas Ridout1,2,3,4
  • Death*: 22 October 1840; Toronto, York Co., Ontario; Date Oct 22 1840 per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004. Date Oct 22 1840 & location Toronto per family tree of Gordon_BB on ancestry.com, Dec 19 2016.1,3
  • Married Name: 26 May 1789; Ridout1

Family: Thomas Ridout b. 17 Mar 1754, d. 8 Feb 1829

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  4. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.
  5. [S147] Unknown location, Landmarks of Toronto; unknown film.

Thomas Ridout1,2,3

M, #38969, b. 17 March 1754, d. 8 February 1829
  • Birth*: 17 March 1754; Sherbourne, Dorestshire, England; Date Mar 17 1754 & location Sherborne, Dorset, England per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. Date 1754 & location USA per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004. Date Mar 17 1754 & location Sherbourne, Dorsetshire, England per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.2,4,5
  • Marriage*: 1776; Montreal, Quebec; "RIDOUT, THOMAS, office holder; b. 17 March 1754 in Sherborne, Dorset, England, son of George Ridout; m. first c. 1776 Isabella –,and they had one son, Samuel Smith*; m. secondly 26 May 1789 Mary Campbell, and they had seven sons, including George* and Thomas Gibbs*, and five daughters; d. 8 Feb. 1829 in York (Toronto), Upper Canada." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.
    Date 1776 per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.; Principal=Isabella Smith4,5,6
  • Marriage*: 26 May 1789; Montreal, Quebec; "RIDOUT, THOMAS, office holder; b. 17 March 1754 in Sherborne, Dorset, England, son of George Ridout; m. first c. 1776 Isabella –,and they had one son, Samuel Smith*; m. secondly 26 May 1789 Mary Campbell, and they had seven sons, including George* and Thomas Gibbs*, and five daughters; d. 8 Feb. 1829 in York (Toronto), Upper Canada." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.
    Date 1789 per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. Date May 26 1789 & location Montreal per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.; Principal=Mary Campbell2,4,5,6
  • Death*: 8 February 1829; York, York Co., Ontario; Date Feb 8 1829 per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004. Location Toronto per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. Date Feb 8 1829 & location York per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.2,4,5
  • Note: 1774; Maryland, U.S.A.; "In 1774 Thomas Ridout emigrated to Maryland where an elder brother, already established as a government official at Annapolis, financed his entry into the carrying trade with the West Indies and France. By concentrating upon his commercial affairs, Thomas seems to have avoided the crisis of conscience posed by the revolution to many Americans, especially recent arrivals from Britain. At the end of the revolutionary war, during which he had continued his Atlantic trading activities, he was viewed as a friend and supporter of the new American nation. In 1787, however, Ridout took a journey westward that would change his future and his allegiance. He set out in December 1787 for the new settlement of Kentucky. His ostensible purpose was to collect some business debts, but he also carried letters of introduction, one from no less a personage than George Washington, indicating that he went “to explore and perhaps to settle” there. His original plans, whatever they were, collapsed when he and a small band of travellers were captured by Shawnee Indians in March 1788 on the Ohio River. Unlike several of his companions Ridout escaped death and, after three months’ captivity, was taken to British-held Detroit and freedom." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.6
  • Residence*: 1792; Newark, Upper Canada; "In May 1789 he married the daughter of a loyalist and by the end of the year was contemplating permanent residence in British North America. In 1792 he obtained a position in the commissariat and with his young family moved to Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake) to join the new administration being set up there by Upper Canada’s first lieutenant governor, John Graves Simcoe*." from Dictionar yof Canadian Biography, Thomas Ridout, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html6
  • Note: 1793; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "In 1793 Ridout entered the surveyor general’s office as first clerk. Despite this modest beginning and competition from deputy surveyor general William Chewett*, who was better trained and more professionally active, Ridout soon rose in the department." from Dictionar yof Canadian Biography, Thomas Ridout, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html6
  • Residence: 1797; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "He married for the second time and settled in Upper Canada, first at Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake), where he entered government services, and then, in 1797, at York (Toronto). Samuel remained in Maryland where he was probably raised and educated under the care of his uncle, John Donavan, postmaster of Hancock. Thomas, once settled himself, encouraged his eldest son to join him with the lure of a position in his own office of registrar of York County. By 1800, Samuel, age 21, had arrived in the provincial capital of Upper Canada and was soon employed as deputy to David Burns, clerk of the crown and pleas, the administrative support for the Court of King's Bench." from Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Samuel Smith Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_samuel_smith_8E.html
    Thomas Ridout was made registrar of York County in 1796 - which means he had moved with the government from Newark to York.6
  • Note: 6 August 1804; Surveyor General's Office, York, York Co., Upper Canada; "Received from Mesr. Chewett & Ridout, acting for the Surveyor General - Two sheets of drawing paper, Two black lead pencils, 2 black memd'm Books, 1 Quire paper; (signed) John Stegmann, York, 6 Aug. 1804
    Witness: (Signed) Sam'l Ridout" and "Rec'd 16 Aug 1804 from Mesr. Chewett & Ridout, two blank memd'um books & 3 black lead pencils. (signed) John Stegmann, Dy. Sureyor. Witness S. Ridout" Archives of Ontario, Microfilm MS 7442, Vol 61, Pg. 1812.
    Note: This note found during research on Speedy story. John Stegemann routinely collected supplies from Chewett & Ridout who were then jointly acting as the Surveyor General until young Wyatt came on board. Samuel Ridout was the brother of Thomas.
  • Note: 1807; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "He and Chewett acted jointly as surveyors general in 1799, 1802, and 1807 during the absences of the regular incumbents. In the latter year Ridout succeeded in avoiding involvement in the dispute between Lieutenant Governor Francis Gore* and Surveyor General Charles Burton Wyatt*. Gore suspended Wyatt and, albeit temporarily, Ridout’s eldest son, a deputy provincial surveyor." from Dictionar yof Canadian Biography, Thomas Ridout, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html6
  • Occupation*: 1810; York, York Co., Upper Canada; " In the fall of 1809, after two years of acting as joint department head, Ridout travelled to England with Gore’s support to lobby for the surveyor generalship. He was successful and officially received the appointment in September 1810, retaining the post until his death." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html. "He was the Surveyor General for Canada" per email from Paul Godfrey, Dec. 12, 2004.2,6
  • Note*: 1818; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "Mr. Ridout was the father of a numerous progeny and tribal head so to speak of more than one family of connections settled here bearing the same name. He wasa a fine typical representative of the cheerful, benevolent-minded Englishman, of portly form, his hair snow white, naturally, his usual costume of antique style. Mr. Ridout was one of the pewholders in St. James' church from its commencement and was chruchwarden in 1818. He was one of the subscribers in 1822 to the fund for building two bridges over the Don. As Surbeyor-General he laid out in 1819 the six acres square field north of the St. James church plot, which was originally known as College square, and was intended to become and continue for ever an educational institution. .... In 1801 Mr. Ridout was one of the subscribers to the improvement of Yonge street. ... From 1816 to 1819, among the scholars at the Home District Grammar School, were Thomas Ridout, Jr., Francis Ridout, John Ridout, Charles Ridout and Horace Ridout. Mr. Samuel Ridout was for a time Sheriff of York County. It was John Ridout, the young son of Surveyor-General Ridoout, who was killed in a duel on the morning of July, 12, 1817, and it was from the old homestead on Duke Street that he started before daybreak, accompanied b ya friend in his teens for the field where he met his death." from Landmarks of Toronto, Volume 1, pg. 281.7
  • Residence: 1825; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "Ridout was elected in 1812 to the assembly for the East Riding of York and Simcoe, defeating Joseph Shepard* who, in Ridout’s words, represented the “Democratic Faction” and was supported by Joseph Willcocks*. Ridout did not run in 1816 and his son George, a moderate loosely aligned with William Warren Baldwin*, lost the seat to Peter Robinson*. Ridout did not campaign for office again but he was called to the Legislative Council in 1825 and served until his death." from Dictionar yof Canadian Biography, Thomas Ridout, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html6
  • Note: 1827; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "Ridout was rather old to take an active role in the War of 1812 but he supported his sons in their various endeavours and himself became a director of the Loyal and Patriotic Society of Upper Canada. A decade later he was appointed to the board established to review claims for war losses. In 1822 he became a member of the Clergy Reserves Corporation and in 1827 he was appointed to the original board of King’s College (University of Toronto), thus joining initiatives of John Strachan* on behalf of the Church of England." from Dictionar yof Canadian Biography, Thomas Ridout, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html6
  • Note: 1829; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "Ridout worked assiduously to establish himself in the new colony. By dint of perseverance and steady application he secured a niche for himself and his family, especially sons George and Thomas Gibbs, in the developing administration and society of Upper Canada. Though he saw himself as a man of independent mind, a characteristic more frequently displayed by his offspring, he was in reality one of many middle and minor functionaries upon whose steady support and conservative views rested the growing power of the colonial oligarchy which has come to be known as the “family compact.” from Dictionar yof Canadian Biography, Thomas Ridout, http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html6

Family 1: Isabella Smith b. 17 Mar 1754, d. 8 Feb 1829

  • Marriage*: 1776; Montreal, Quebec; "RIDOUT, THOMAS, office holder; b. 17 March 1754 in Sherborne, Dorset, England, son of George Ridout; m. first c. 1776 Isabella –,and they had one son, Samuel Smith*; m. secondly 26 May 1789 Mary Campbell, and they had seven sons, including George* and Thomas Gibbs*, and five daughters; d. 8 Feb. 1829 in York (Toronto), Upper Canada." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.
    Date 1776 per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.; Principal=Isabella Smith4,5,6

Family 2: Mary Campbell b. 11 May 1771, d. 22 Oct 1840

  • Marriage*: 26 May 1789; Montreal, Quebec; "RIDOUT, THOMAS, office holder; b. 17 March 1754 in Sherborne, Dorset, England, son of George Ridout; m. first c. 1776 Isabella –,and they had one son, Samuel Smith*; m. secondly 26 May 1789 Mary Campbell, and they had seven sons, including George* and Thomas Gibbs*, and five daughters; d. 8 Feb. 1829 in York (Toronto), Upper Canada." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.
    Date 1789 per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. Date May 26 1789 & location Montreal per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.; Principal=Mary Campbell2,4,5,6

Citations

  1. John Thomas Ridouot per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016. (Not using this for now; all other records show Thomas only).
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S83] Ancestry.ca, online unknown url.
  4. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  5. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  6. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.
  7. [S147] Unknown location, Landmarks of Toronto; unknown film.

Isabella Smith1,2,3

F, #38970, b. 17 March 1754, d. 8 February 1829
  • Birth*: 17 March 1754; Sherborne, Dorset, England; Date Mar 17 1754 & location Sherborne, Dorset, England per family tree of Gordon_BB on ancestry.com, Dec 19 2016. per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004.2,3
  • Marriage*: 1776; Montreal, Quebec; "RIDOUT, THOMAS, office holder; b. 17 March 1754 in Sherborne, Dorset, England, son of George Ridout; m. first c. 1776 Isabella –,and they had one son, Samuel Smith*; m. secondly 26 May 1789 Mary Campbell, and they had seven sons, including George* and Thomas Gibbs*, and five daughters; d. 8 Feb. 1829 in York (Toronto), Upper Canada." from Dictionary of Canadian Bigraphy, Thomas Ridout - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ridout_thomas_6E.html.
    Date 1776 per GEDCOM of Chuck Arnold, Jan 2, 2004. per family tree of Judy Lynn Runciman (nee Burton) on ancestry.com, Dec 18 2016.; Principal=Thomas Ridout2,3,4
  • Death*: 8 February 1829; York, York Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of Gordon_BB on ancestry.com, Dec 19 2016.3
  • Married Name: 1776; Ridout2

Family: Thomas Ridout b. 17 Mar 1754, d. 8 Feb 1829

Citations

  1. Isabella Smith per family tree of Gordon_BB on ancestry.com, Dec 19 2016.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  4. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.