William Page1

M, #8917, b. circa 1790
  • Birth*: circa 1790; IGI Record. Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 586.
  • Marriage*: after 1830; Principal=Sarah "Sally" Marsh

Family: Sarah "Sally" Marsh b. 16 Sep 1799

Citations

  1. Given name per IGI Record.

Clarissa Marsh1,2

F, #8920, b. 4 September 1799
  • Birth*: 4 September 1799; Ontario; Date Sep 4 1799 & location Canada per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004. IGI Record. Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 586.2
  • Marriage*: after 1820; per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.; Principal=Samuel Gilbert2
  • Marriage*: circa 1831; per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.; Principal=John Lee2
  • Married Name: after 1820; Gilbert
  • Married Name: circa 1831; Lee
  • Residence*: 12 February 1831; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; OC Date: see Matthias Marsh3

Family 1: Samuel Gilbert b. b 1810

Family 2: John Lee b. 10 Nov 1803, d. 17 Jan 1866

Citations

  1. Clarissa per 1851 Census - per GEDCOM of Don & Jeanne Ross, Nov. 30, 2004.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

Samuel Gilbert1,2

M, #8921, b. before 1810
  • Birth*: before 1810; Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 586.
  • Marriage*: after 1820; per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.; Principal=Clarissa Marsh2

Family: Clarissa Marsh b. 4 Sep 1799

Citations

  1. Samuel Gilbert per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

John Lee

M, #8922, b. 10 November 1803, d. 17 January 1866
  • Birth*: 10 November 1803; Canada; Date Nov 10 1803 per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004. Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, pg. 586.1,2
  • Marriage*: circa 1831; per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.; Principal=Clarissa Marsh1
  • Death*: 17 January 1866; Ontario; Date Jan 17 1866 per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.1
  • Residence*: 1851; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Residence Sidney in 1851 Census per GEDCOM of Don & Jeanne Ross, Nov. 30, 2004.1

Family: Clarissa Marsh b. 4 Sep 1799

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S27] Unknown compiler, Pioneer Life.

Jeremiah French

M, #8924, b. before 1720
  • Birth*: before 1720; IGI Record.
  • Marriage*: before 1740; Principal=Hannah Edwards

Family: Hannah Edwards b. b 1720

Hannah Edwards

F, #8925, b. before 1720
  • Birth*: before 1720; IGI Record.
  • Marriage*: before 1740; Principal=Jeremiah French
  • Married Name: before 1740; French

Family: Jeremiah French b. b 1720

William Samuel Marsh

M, #8926, b. 1774, d. 1820
  • Birth*: 1774; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; Date 1774 & location Manchester per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.1,2
  • Baptism: 4 November 1779; Manchester, Vermont, U.S.A.; "1779: Baptizm: by Rev. Gideon Bostwick (Anglican) Nov 4, 1779 in Manchester." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Marriage*: 29 February 1804; Vermont, U.S.A.; Date Feb 29 1804 & location York per IGI Record. per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004.
    Note: Wilson Brown says " Ithink you can see as you look at William Samuel's Vermont record, that it is unlikely he was in York to marry in 1804." per email Jan 21, 2008.; Principal=Sarah Montgomery1,2,3
  • Death*: 1820; Date 1820 per IGI Record.2
  • Residence*: circa 1788; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; "1787 - 1789 - Possibly with father and some of the family at Sidney, Bay of Quinte" per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.
    Note: Older brother Mathias was already established in the Front of Sidney and raised a large family there.3
  • Census: 1791; Dorset, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1791: Census: William Marsh of Dorset, Vermont has living with him, among others, two males under 16 or under, which would be Johnson and William S. (Four males over 16: William himself, Benjamin, Jeremiah, and Samuel William.)" per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: circa 1793; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; "1792-4 William and Sarah, and presumably most of the younger family, were at Sidney again. Jeremiah told the officials at the border when he entered Canada that he was going to join his parents. There are several mentions of (Col) William Marsh in Sidney in 1793. William and Sarah appear to have left in the winter of 1793-94, perhaps shortly after Samuel William was married in February of 1794. Arriving in Canada in September of 1794, Benjamin Marsh stated that he had been in Vermont for 6 months and that he was going to look around before settling down. He made no mention of his parents in Canada, so he probably went back with the family and returned. I would guess that William S. went to Vermont with his parents in 1794." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 22 June 1797; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; OC Date: see William Marsh, Sr.4
  • Census*: 1800; Dorset, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; 1800 Census: 1 or 2 males 16 to 26 - see William Marsh5
  • Residence: 1801; Dorset, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1801: Deed. Jesse Southwick, husband of Charlotte Marsh, sold William S. Marsh a 1/10 share of Sarah's Land. Jesse is "of Manchester" and William S. is "of Dorset"." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 1803; Dorset, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1803: Deed. William S. Marsh of Dorset bought the rights to Sarah land from Jeremiah Marsh, "of Murray Township". At the time, Jeremiah was in Dorset." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 1805; Dorset, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; “1804-1805. In a deed of May 5 1805 to his son, John Johnson Marsh, William Marsh defines the bounds of the land transfer as: Northerly by Mr. Benjamin Deming’s Land and on the east by Dorset east line, and on the South by land lately given to my son William S. Marsh & on the West by Mr. Morse’s land & was formerly known by the name of the Powell Farm and will contain about four hundred acres be it more or less.” per "Record of William S. Marsh sent to my by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 5 December 1807; Manchester, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1807, Nov. 10 William S. Marsh of Manchester, Bennington County, Vermont bought the rights to Sarah’s land from Samuel William Marsh of Hope, District of New Castle, Upper Canada . This deed was made in Hope and witnessed by Petitiah Soper and Nathaniel Alebe, registered in Hope, with the JP Elias Smith and then taken to Vermont, where it was registered December 5, 1807. We cannot tell how long William S. had been in Canada before he made this purchase, but it looks like he took a trip there with this purchase in mind. It also shows that William S. had moved from Dorset to Manchester between 1803 and 1807 and was no longer living with his parents. per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 1808; Manchester, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1808 Deed, again to a tenth of Sarah’s land. This one is odd but it is William S. Marsh of Manchester buying from Edward Southwick, the brother of Jesse, Charlotte Marsh’s husband." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 1808; Manchester, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1808 Deed, again to a tenth of Sarah’s land. This one is odd but it is William S. Marsh of Manchester buying from Edward Southwick, the brother of Jesse, Charlotte Marsh’s husband." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Residence: 3 May 1808; Manchester, Manchester Co., Vermont; "1808 May 3: William and John Johnson Marsh sell rights to Sarah’s Land to William S. of Manchester." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Note*: 1809; Wilson Brown presents several letters re land issues written by Robert Benjamin Marsh in the 1850's that show his father as Wm. Sam'l Marsh. Hope Township Census records indicate that Robert Benjamin Marsh was a child with Samuel William Marsh from 1810 and he is in Hope Township persistently for the rest of his life. Later census records show his place of birth as Hope Township. Something may have happened with William Samuel Marsh that caused his son to be raised by his brother Samuel W. Marsh in Hope Township, Ontario rather than in Vermont where he appeared to live. Maybe the mother died or it was not a legitimate birth --- or --- or ...... for now I will be leaving Robert Benjamin Marsh with Samuel William Marsh - until we see something definitive to suggest that is incorrect.
  • Residence: 15 June 1812; Dorset, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1812 June 15: William Marsh to William S. Marsh. William sells his son, William S. all the movables on his farm and the right to operate the farm for six years, at which time it is to go to Johnson. Receives $1,000." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21 2008.3
  • Residence: 1819; "1819: There is an announcement in the newspaper that those who agreed to finance a turnpike should make their agreed-upon contributions and that William S. Marsh had promised money, but had not delivered. This suggests that William S. was no longer around and that the advertisers supposed he was still alive. This is not an indication that William S was living in Vermont." per "Records of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3

Family: Sarah Montgomery b. c 1774

  • Marriage*: 29 February 1804; Vermont, U.S.A.; Date Feb 29 1804 & location York per IGI Record. per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004.
    Note: Wilson Brown says " Ithink you can see as you look at William Samuel's Vermont record, that it is unlikely he was in York to marry in 1804." per email Jan 21, 2008.; Principal=Sarah Montgomery1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  3. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  4. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  5. [S21] US Census, online unknown url.

Samuel William Marsh

M, #8927, b. 1775, d. 21 April 1813
  • Birth*: 1775; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; Date 1775 & Manchester, Bennington Co. per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007. Date 1775 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.1
  • Marriage*: 15 February 1794; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Date Feb 15 1794 & location Sidney Twp. per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 20, 2007. Date Feb 15 1794 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.; Principal=Jane Ostrum1
  • Death*: 21 April 1813; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; Date Apr 21 1813 & location Hope Twp. per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy - per Bruce Stinson (he has 1820 in the Date field but notes just below show this date per the Will.???. Date b. 1815 per 1815 Census records showing no Samuel Marsh but Jane Marsh, with the family. Date 1820 & location Hope Twp. per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.
    Note: The date of Apr 21 1813 works per early Census records. The 1813 Census for Hope Twp. includes Samuel Marsh but that is the last one, then we see Jane Marsh.1,2
  • Burial*: 23 April 1813; Marsh Vault, Port Britain, Durham Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007.1
  • Residence: 8 October 1796; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; OC Date: see William Marsh, Sr.3
  • Residence*: 1802; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Marsh, Samuel W., 1802-1808" Hope Township Assessments, Ontario Registers CD4
  • Census*: after March 1806; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1806 Census: Samuel Marsh; 1 man; 1 woman; 2 male children; 4 female children
  • Census: 1807; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1807 Census: Samuel Marsh; 1 man; 1 woman; 2 male children; 4 female children
  • Residence: 10 November 1807; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "1807, Nov. 10 William S. Marsh of Manchester, Bennington County, Vermont bought the rights to Sarah’s land from Samuel William Marsh of Hope, District of New Castle, Upper Canada . This deed was made in Hope and witnessed by Petitiah Soper and Nathaniel Alebe, registered in Hope, with the JP Elias Smith and then taken to Vermont, where it was registered December 5, 1807. We cannot tell how long William S. had been in Canada before he made this purchase, but it looks like he took a trip there with this purchase in mind. It also shows that William S. had moved from Dorset to Manchester between 1803 and 1807 and was no longer living with his parents. per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.5
  • Census: 1808; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1808 Census: Samuel Marsh; 2 men; 1 woman; 2 male children; 5 female children
  • Census: 1810; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1810 Census: Samuel Marsh; 3 men; 1 woman; 3 male children; 5 female children
  • Census: 1811; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1811 Census: Samuel W. Marsh; 3 men; 1 woman; 3 male children; 5 female children
  • Census: 1812; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1812 Census: Samuel W. Marsh; 2 men; 1 woman; 3 male children; 6 female children
  • Census: 1813; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1813 Census: Samuel Marsh; 2 men; 1 woman; 3 male children; 6 female children

Family: Jane Ostrum b. 1771

  • Marriage*: 15 February 1794; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Date Feb 15 1794 & location Sidney Twp. per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 20, 2007. Date Feb 15 1794 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.; Principal=Jane Ostrum1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  3. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  4. [S23] Unknown subject, Ontario Registers CD.
  5. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Jane Ostrum

F, #8928, b. 1771
  • Birth*: 1771; Date 1771 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.2
  • Marriage*: 15 February 1794; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Date Feb 15 1794 & location Sidney Twp. per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 20, 2007. Date Feb 15 1794 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.; Principal=Samuel William Marsh2
  • Married Name: 15 February 1794; Marsh
  • Census*: 1815; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1815 Census: Jane Marsh; 2 men; 2 women; 1 male child; 6 female children
    Note: This is the first Census records with Jane, now a widow, rather than Samuel Marsh.
  • Census: 1816; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1816 Census: Jane Marsh (widow); 2 men; 2 women; 1 male child; 5 female children
    Note: This is the second Census records with Jane, the first one specifically showing her as a widow.
  • Census: 1817; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1817 Census: Jane Marsh; 2 men; 2 women; 1 male child; 5 female children
  • Residence*: 26 March 1817; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; OC Date: see Ruliph Ostrum1
  • Census: 1818; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1818 Census: Jane Marsh; 3 men; 2 women; 1 male child; 5 female children
  • Census: 1821; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1818 Census: Jane Marsh; 2 men; 4 women; 1 male child; 3 female children
    Note: Odd. Jane shows up in 1821 where son William had been there in two previous census records. There may simpley be a handwriting issue here; there is a Ma??, William a line above - is that the right one???
  • Census: 1824; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1824 Census: Jane Marsh; 2 men; 6 women; 2 male children; 2 female children
  • Census: 1825; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1825 Census: Jane Marsh; 1 man; 5 women; 1 male child; 1 female child
  • Census: 1826; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1826 Census: Jane Marsh; 3 men; 6 women; 1 female child
  • Census: 1837; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1837 Census: Jean Marsh; 1 men; 2 women
    Note: It shows Jean Marsh - is this the matriark Jane??
  • Census: 1838; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; 1838 Census: Jean Marsh; 2 female children
    Note: What? No idea who/what this means???
  • Residence: 12 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Know all men by these presents, that Jane Marsh, of the Township of Hope in the District of Newcastle and Province of Upper Canada, widow of Samuel William Marsh, desceased, have made, nominated, constituted and appointed, and by these presents do nominate, Joseph Betterman Spragge of the City of Toronto in the Home District and Province aforesaid, my true and lawful Attorney irrevocable, for me and in my name, and as my act and deed, as soon as the Patent for two hundred acres of land, which I am to receive from the Crown as the daughter of Ruloff Ostram of the Township of sidney an U.E. Loyalist, shal be procured from the Registrar of the Province, or such office as may be appointed to deliver the same, to sign, seal, execute and deliver such Transfer Deed or Conveyance, whith such clauses, conditions, convenants and agreements to be therein contained, as my said Attornies, or either of them may think fit and expedient for conveying and assuring the said two hundred acres of Land unto Johnson Marsh of the Township of Hope in the District and Province aforesaid, Gentleman, his heirs and assigns, in fee simple, or to such person or persons as may become the assignee or assignees or a certain Bond bearing even date with these Presents, where-by I am bound under a penalty of Ont Thousand Pounds, to convey the said Land unto the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns and in the said Deed or Conveyance, to acknowledge on my behalf, the receipt of two pounds and ten shillings of lawful money, which I have already and hereby acknowledge to have received from the said Johnson Marsh as a full and satisfactory condiseration for the said two hundred acres of Land, hereby authorising and allowing my said Attornies, or either of them, one or more Attorney or Attornies, under him or them, to appoint, for the purposes above mentioned; and again, at their or either fo their pleasure, to revoke, and giving, by these presents, full power and authority to my said Attornies, or either of them, or to any substitute by them or either of them, appointed as aforesaid, to act in and about the premises as fully and effectually as I might or could do if personally present, and hereby also ratifying and confirming all and whatsoever they or either of them, or any substitute by them or either of them, appointed as aforesaid, shall and may lawfully do or cause to be done therein by virtue of these presents. In Witness whereof, I have herunto set my hand and seal at Hope this 12th day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine ... In Presence of ... Jane Marsh ... " Item #15e, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)3
  • Residence: 30 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "LOCATION TICKET; (Not Transferable); Under the authority of an Order In Council of the thirtieth day of February 1839 granting unto Jane Marsh of the Township of Hope in the Newcastle District, widow of Samuel William Marsh, two hundred acres of land as the daughter of Rulif Ostram of Sidney an U.E. Loyalist. I do hereby assign to the said Jane Marsh .. Lot number six on the twelfth concession in the Township of St. Vincent in the County of Simcoe in the Home District, containing two hundred acres; but no Patent shall be permitted to issue till it shall be ascertained by the Surveyor General, or by the Commissioner of Crown Lands, that a resident Settler has been established on some part of the Grant, who shall occupy and improve the same immediately. .... Given at the Surveyor General's Office, at Toronto, this 30th day fo March 1839 ..." (Item 15a, Vol. 366, Bundle M22, 1841, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)
  • Residence: 30 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Know All Men by these presents, that I, Jane Marsh, of the Township of Hope in the Newcastle District, and Province of Upper Canada, widow of Samuel William Marsh, deceased, am held and firmly bound unto Johnson Marsh of the Township of Hope aforesaid in the District and Province aforesaid, Gentleman, in the sum of On Thousand Pounds of lawful money of the said Province, to be paid to the said Johnson Marsh his certain Attorney, his heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns, for which payment well and truly to be made, I bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators firmly by these presents, sealed with my seal, and dated this .. thirtieth?? , day of ... ?March?.. in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine. Whereas, the above named Jane Marsh for, and in consideration of the sum of two pounds and ten shillings of lawful moneyof Upper Canada to her in hand paid by the above named Johnson Marsh before the delivery of these presents, the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged, hat agreed, and hereby agrees to sell, assign, transfer, convey and assure, or cause to be well and sufficiently assigned, transferred, conveyed and assured, in fee simple, and free from all encumberances, by such conveyances and assurances in the law, as by the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns or his or their counsel shall be reasonably devised and advised and required two hundred acres of land, which she the said Jane Marsh in entitled to receive from the Crown as the daughter of Ruloff Ostram of the Township of Sidney an U.E. Loyalist, so son as and whenever the Patent for the same shal be issued: and also, that until the execution of the said conveyances and assurances, she the said Jane Marsh, her heirs, executors and administrators, shal and will permit and suffer the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs and assignes, from time to time, and at all times hereafter, quietly and peaceably to enter inot, have, hold, occupy, possess and enjoy the said Land, and every part and parcel thereof, with all and singular the appurtenances and all the profits thereof, either by the sale thereof or otherwise, without any manner of let, suit, disturbance, hinderance, molestation or denial of her the said Jane Marsh her heirs, executors or administrators, or any or either of them or of any other person or persons whomsoever, by her, or their means, right, title or procurement; And also that she the said Jane Marsh, her heirs, executore and administrators shal and will, from time to time, and at all times hereafter, at the reasonable request of him the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns, furnish him the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs and assigns, with full power and authority to locate the said Land, and to do and perform all such other matters and things as shall be requisite and necessary to procure the Patent thereof, and conveyance of the same as aforesaid; Provided nevertheles, that the neccessary expenses of the same be defrayed by the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs and assigns. NOw, the condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Jane Marsh, her heirs, executors and administrators shal and will, well and truly, in all things perform, observe, fulfill and keep the above agreement, then this obligation to be void, otherwise to be and remain in full effect and virtue. Signed, Sealed and Delivered." Item 15d, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)3
  • Residence: 24 June 1841; Conc 12 Lot 6, St. Vincent Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; "Lot No. 6 in the 12th Concession of the Township of St. Vincent was located 1 March 1839 in the name of Jane Marsh the daughter of an U.E. Loyalist under Order In Council of 26th March 1817. Dr. Sullivan in the report of his Inspection made in November 1840 reports the same unoccuppied Vincent Road? All locations in St. Vincent are by Order in Council of 16 June 1837 subject to actual immediate settlement. .. S90 .. 24th June 1841 ... " .. and another section on back of document .... "In Council 12 Oct. 1841 .. No persons were allowed to locate in Saint Vincent ... that they were prepared to settle forthwith. It was not performance of settlement duty was sought for but actual and immediate settlement and the Petitioner not having complied with the .... settlement. The Committee therefore do not recommend the prayer of the Petitioner. .... in Council ... 28 October 1841" one section of back of document - Item 15L, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)
    Note: These sections on the back of this document show that the Council did not approve the extension to the time for completing settlement duties which was requested by Johnson Marsh in a Petition dated Feb 7 1841. The reasoning seems to be that "settlement duties" was not the issue, a mentioned in Johnson Marsh's Petition, but "actuall settlement" was the point the Council wanted to impose. The Government of the time was very anxious to have land occupied by people- actually living on the land. It might be expected that Johnson Marsh and his son John Sprague Marsh moved to St. Vincent fairly soon in order to maintain their claim to the land.3

Family: Samuel William Marsh b. 1775, d. 21 Apr 1813

  • Marriage*: 15 February 1794; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Date Feb 15 1794 & location Sidney Twp. per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 20, 2007. Date Feb 15 1794 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.; Principal=Samuel William Marsh2

Citations

  1. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S24] Unknown location, Upper Canada Land Petitions; unknown film.

Mary Marsh1,2

F, #8930, b. 1762, d. 14 April 1813
  • Birth*: 1762; Amenia, New York, U.S.A.; IGI Record.
  • Marriage*: 1788; Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Wife is Mary Marsh per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.; Principal=Leonard Soper2,3
  • Death*: 14 April 1813; Conc 1 Lot 23, Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Date Apr 14 1813 per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.2
  • Married Name: 1788; Soper
  • Residence*: 26 June 1797; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; OC Date: see William Marsh, Sr.4

Family: Leonard Soper b. 29 Nov 1762, d. 1 Mar 1838

Citations

  1. Mary Marsh per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  4. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

Elizabeth Marsh1,2

F, #8931, b. circa 1760, d. circa 1844
  • Birth*: circa 1760; Amenia, Dutchess Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date c 1760 & location Amenia per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.2,3
  • Marriage*: 1777; U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007.; Principal=Jonathan Sexton2
  • Death*: circa 1844; Date 1841 per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007.2
  • Married Name: 1777; Sexton2
  • Residence*: 4 May 1836; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; OC Date: see William Marsh4
  • Residence: 11 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Know all men by these presents that I, Elizabeth Sexton of the Township of Hope in the Newcastle District and Province of Upper Canada, widow of Jonathan Sextonm deceased, am held and firmly bound unto Johnson Marsh of the Township of Hope aforesaid in the District and Province aforesaid, Gentleman, in the sum of One Thousand Pounds of lawful money of the said Province, to be paid to the said Johnson Marsh, his certain Attorney, his heirs, executors, administrators or assignes, for which payment well and truly to be made, I bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators firmly by these presents, sealed with my seal dated this eleventh day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine. .. Whereas, the above named Elizabeth Sexton, for, and in consideration of the sum of nine pounds of lawful money of Upper Canada to her in hand paid by the above named Johnson Marsh before the delivery of these said payments, the reciept whereof is hereby acknowledged, hat agreed, and hereby agrees to sell, assign, transfer, convey and assure, or cause to be well and sufficiently asigned, transferred, conveyed and assured, unto the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns, in fee simple, and free from all encumbrances, by such conveyances an assurances in law, as by the said Johnson Marsh his heirs or assignsor his or their counsel shall be reasonably devised or advised and required two hunderd acres of Land, which she the said Elizabeth Sexton is entitled to receive from the Crown as the daughter of William Marsh late of the Midland District, deceased, an U.E. Loyalist, so soon as and whenever the Patent for the same shall be issued: and also, that until the execution fo the said conveyances and assurances, she the said Elizabeth Sexton her heirs, executors and administrators, shall and will permit and suffer the said Johnson Marsh his heirs and assigns, from time to time, and at all times hereafter, quietly and peaceably to enter into, have, hold, occupy, possess and enjoy the said Land, and every part and parcel thereof, with all and singular the appurtenances and all the profits thereof, either by the sale thereof of otherwise, without any manner of let, suit, trouble, disturbance, molestation or denial of her the said Elizabeth Sexton, her heirs, executors or administrators, or any or either of them or of any other person or persons whomsoever, by her or the means, right, title or procurement; And also, that she the said Elizabeth Sexton, her heirs, executors and administrators shall and will, from time to time, and at all times thereafter, at the reasonable request of him the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns, furnish him the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns, with full power and authority to locate the said Land, and to do and perform all such other matters and things as shell be requisite and necessary, to procure the Patent thereof, and conveyance of the same as aforesaid; Provided nevertheless, that the necessary expensesof the same be defrayed by the said Johnson Marsh, his heir or assigns. Now, the condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound Elizabeth Sexton, her heirs, executors and administrators shall and will, well and truly, in all things perform, observe, fulfill and keep the above agreements then this obligation to be void, otherwise to be and remain in full force, effect and virtue. Signed Sealed and Delivered In Presence Of ... Leonard Curtis .. Elizabeth Sexton." (Item 15h, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)5
  • Residence: 11 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Hope March 11th 1839 there personnally appeared Leonard Curtis& made solem oath that he was present at the signing & witnessing of the within instruments & that the same was the voluntary act of the within named Elizabeth Sexton, before me ?John D. Smith? J.P. ... Leonard Curtis. ... Elizabeth Sexton, L.U.E. to Johnson Marsh." (Item #15f, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)5
  • Residence: 11 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Know all men by these presents, that Elizabeth Sexton, of the Township of Hope in the District of Newcastle and Province of Upper Canada, widow of Jonathan Sexton, desceased, have made, nominated, constituted and appointed, and by these presents do nominate, Joseph Betterman Spragge of the City of Toronto in the Home District and Province aforesaid, my true and lawful Attorney irrevocable, for me and in my name, and as my act and deed, as soon as the Patent for two hundred acres of land, which I am to receive from the Crown as the daughter of William Marsh, late of the Midland District, deceased, U.E. Loyalist, shall be procured from the Registrar of the Province, or such office as may be appointed to deliver the same, to sign, seal, execute and deliver such Transfer Deed or Conveyance, whith such clauses, conditions, convenants and agreements to be therein contained, as my said Attornies, or either of them may think fit and expedient for conveying and assuring the said two hundred acres of Land unto Johnson Marsh of the Township of Hope in the District and Province aforesaid, Gentleman, his heirs and assigns, in fee simple, or to such person or persons as may become the assignee or assignees or a certain Bond bearing even date with these Presents, where-by I am bound under a penalty of Ont Thousand Pounds, to convey the said Land unto the said Johnson Marsh, his heirs or assigns and in the said Deed or Conveyance, to acknowledge on my behalf, the receipt of two pounds and ten shillings of lawful money, which I have already and hereby acknowledge to have received from the said Johnson Marsh as a full and satisfactory condiseration for the said two hundred acres of Land, hereby authorising and allowing my said Attornies, or either of them, one or more Attorney or Attornies, under him or them, to appoint, for the purposes above mentioned; and again, at their or either fo their pleasure, to revoke, and giving, by these presents, full power and authority to my said Attornies, or either of them, or to any substitute by them or either of them, appointed as aforesaid, to act in and about the premises as fully and effectually as I might or could do if personally present, and hereby also ratifying and confirming all and whatsoever they or either of them, or any substitute by them or either of them, appointed as aforesaid, shall and may lawfully do or cause to be done therein by virtue of these presents. In Witness whereof, I have herunto set my hand and seal at Hope this 11th day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine ... In Presence of ... Leonard Curtis .. George Sexton .. Elizabeth Sexton" Item #15i, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)5
  • Residence: 30 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Newcastle District to wit: Leonard Curtis of the Township of Hope in the District aforesaid yeoman, maketh oath and saith that he was personally present and did see Elizabeth Sexton, the grantor named in the annexed Bond or writing obligatory, duly, sign, seal and execute and as his act and ded deliver the same on the eleventh day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine, that the name or signature of Elizabeth Sexton, set opposite to the seal of the said instrument is of the proper had writing of the said Elizabeth Sexton and further that he this deponent is a subscribing witness thereof. Sworn before me at Port Hope, this 30th day of March 1839, ... John Brown? ... Leonard Curtis" (Item #15k, Vol. 366, 1841, Bundle M22, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, The Ontario Archives)5
  • Residence: 30 March 1839; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "LOCATION TICKET; Not Transferable; Under the authority of an Order in Council of the fourht day of May1836 granting unto Elizabeth Sexton of the Township of Hope in the Newcastle District, widow of Jonathan Sexton, two hundred acres of land as the daughter of William Marsh, late of the Midland District, deceased, an U.E. Loyalist. I do hereby assign to the said Elizabeth Sexton .. Lot number five in the twelfth concession in the Township of St. Vincent in the County of Simcoe in the Home District, containing two hundred acres; but no Patent shall be permitted to issue till it shall be ascertained by the Surveyor General, or by the Commissioner of Crown Lands, that a resident Settler has been established on some part of the Grant, who shall occupy and improve the same immediately. .. Given at the Surveyor General's Office, at Toronto, this 30th day of March 1839 ... " (Item #15b, Vol. 366, Buddle M22, 1841, Reel C-2219, Crown Land Petitions, Ontario Archives)
  • Residence: 1843; Conc 12 Lot 5, St. Vincent Twp., Grey Co., Ontario; "BIOGRAPHY: "Asa had become unhappy with conditions in Carrying Place and Brighton, and had been looking for opportunities that might come along. Grey County had been open to prospective settlers for about twenty years. There was still crown land available and the prospects for successful venture looked good.
    Asa applied for and received a land grant in St. Vincent Township. The grant had been obtained through his efforts at Toronto. The crown had granted him the east half of lots 7 and 8 in the XIIth Concessions. We think Asa had visited the land in 1858. He probably travelled by rail to Collingwood, and by steamship to Meaford. For the rest of the trip he may have rented a horse and wagon in Meaford and driven to his property. The 15, 16 sideroad, and the Xith line road and possibly part of 9, 10 sideroad would have been passable at that time."
    BIOGRAPHY: Exerpt from the "Weller Family History," Volume 2 by Burton Weller Eagles." and .... "His aunt, (Hannah's sister), Elizabeth (Marsh) Sexton, was granted Lot 5, Conc 12 and Hannah's brother, Johnson Marsh was granted Lot 6, Conc 12, in 1843
    In 1862 Johnson's son owned Lot 6, conc 12 and the NW corner of Lot 5, and Johnson owned the east part of Lot 5 and the west part of Lots 7,8. John Marsh went there in 1843 (see account of trip at John Marsh)" per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 18 2007.2

Family: Jonathan Sexton b. c 1755, d. 28 Apr 1813

  • Marriage*: 1777; U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007.; Principal=Jonathan Sexton2

Citations

  1. Elizabeth Marsh per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  4. [S29] Loyalist Lists.
  5. [S24] Unknown location, Upper Canada Land Petitions; unknown film.

Nathan Richardson

M, #8932, b. 20 March 1725, d. 8 November 1799
  • Birth*: 20 March 1725; Preston, New London Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; IGI Record.
  • Marriage*: 8 November 1748; Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; IGI Record.; Principal=Phebe Crocker
  • Death*: 8 November 1799; Jerico, Crittenden Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; IGI Record.

Family: Phebe Crocker b. c 1729, d. 23 May 1821

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Phebe Crocker

F, #8933, b. circa 1729, d. 23 May 1821
  • Birth*: circa 1729; Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; IGI Record.
  • Marriage*: 8 November 1748; Lebanon, New London Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; IGI Record.; Principal=Nathan Richardson
  • Death*: 23 May 1821; Jerico Centre, Washington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; IGI Record.
  • Married Name: 8 November 1748; Richardson

Family: Nathan Richardson b. 20 Mar 1725, d. 8 Nov 1799

Eliza Ann Marsh1,2,3,4

F, #8934, b. circa 1807
  • Birth*: circa 1807; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Date c. 1817 per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004. IGI Record.2
  • Residence*: 26 November 1840; Ontario; OC Date: see Matthias Marsh4

Citations

  1. Eliza Ann per Loyalist List. Eliza per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004. Alvira per IGI Record.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  4. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

Charlotte "Lottie" Marsh

F, #8935, b. 19 September 1787
  • Birth*: 19 September 1787; Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; Date Sep 19 1787 & location Manchester per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004. IGI Record.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1810; per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.; Principal=John McGrath1
  • Married Name: circa 1810; McGrath1
  • Residence*: 26 November 1840; Ontario; OC Date: see Matthias Marsh2

Family: John McGrath b. c 1787

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

Clarissa ?

F, #8936, b. 1806, d. 3 January 1878
  • Birth*: 1806; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Date 1806 & location Brightonper 1851 Census - likely was in Murray when born, later Brighton Twp. Date c. 1805 per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004. IGI Record.1,2
  • Marriage*: after 1825; per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.; Principal=Edmund Marsh1
  • Death*: 3 January 1878; Date Jan 3 1878 per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.1
  • Married Name: after 1825; Marsh
  • Census*: 1851; Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., Ontario; Age 45 at 1851 Census: Marsh, Clarissa, 45, b. Brighton, Head, widow; Southerland, Amanda, 27, b. Hillier, widow (1851 Census: Sidney Twp., pg. 4 of 186 - ancestry.com)2

Family: Edmund Marsh b. 9 Aug 1795, d. 1840

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Leonard Soper

M, #8939, b. 29 November 1762, d. 1 March 1838
  • Birth*: 29 November 1762; Amenia, New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007.1
  • Marriage*: 1788; Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Wife is Mary Marsh per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004. IGI Record.; Principal=Mary Marsh1,2
  • Marriage*: circa 1813; per GEDCOM of W C French, Mar 20 2007.; Principal=Mary Odell1
  • Death*: 1 March 1838; Conc 1 Lot 23, Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario; IGI Record. Bowmanville per GEDCOM of Kevin Handy, Mar 17, 2007.2,1
  • Burial*: 3 March 1838; Soper Cemetery, Port Hope, Durham Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of W C French, Mar 20 2007.1
  • Residence*: 1802; Hope Twp., Durham Co., Ontario; "Soper, Leonard, 1802-1808" (Hope Township Assessments, Ontario Registers CD)3

Family 1: Mary Marsh b. 1762, d. 14 Apr 1813

Family 2: Mary Odell b. 1791, d. a 1871

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  3. [S23] Unknown subject, Ontario Registers CD.

Jeremiah Marsh

M, #8940, b. 1767, d. 15 February 1816
  • Birth*: 1767; Amenia, New York, U.S.A.; IGI Record.
  • Death*: 15 February 1816; Dorset, Vermont, U.S.A.; Date Feb 15 1816 IGI Record.1
  • Residence*: 1792; Ontario; "Marsh, Jeremiah; M. District; Emigrant from the States, 1792, his parents here L. B. M. 200 acres" (The Old United Empire Loyalist List, Appendix B. - Ontario Registers CD)2
  • Residence: 1803; Dorset, Manchester Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "1803: Deed. William S. Marsh of Dorset bought the rights to Sarah land from Jeremiah Marsh, "of Murray Township". At the time, Jeremiah was in Dorset." per "Record of William S. Marsh" sent to me by Wilson Brown, Jan 21, 2008.3
  • Note*: circa 1805; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Drew land in Murray Twp., Ontario" per GEDCOM of Bill French, Nov 25, 2004.4

Citations

  1. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  2. [S23] Unknown subject, Ontario Registers CD.
  3. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  4. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Hannah Marsh

F, #8941, b. 28 March 1764, d. 29 January 1831
  • Birth*: 28 March 1764; Armenia, Dutchess Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Mar 28 1764 & location Armenia per GEDCOM of Joanne Blake, Nov. 30, 2004.1
  • Marriage*: 28 December 1785; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Don & Jeanne Ross (djross@pastconnections.com) Dec 11 2015. IGI Record.; Principal=Asa Weller1,2
  • Death*: 29 January 1831; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Ontario; IGI Record.
  • Burial*: 31 January 1831; Carrying Place Cemetery, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; per "Descendants of Asa Weller" sent to me via email by Linda Smith, Dec. 19, 2004.3
  • Married Name: 28 December 1785; Weller
  • Residence*: 28 June 1796; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Ontario; OC Date: see William Marsh, Sr.4
  • Census*: 1803; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; 1803 Census: Hannah Weller, 40, see Asa Weller
  • Census: 1806; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; 1806 Census: Wife, 36 - see Asa Weller

Family: Asa Weller b. 2 May 1761, d. 17 Mar 1825

  • Marriage*: 28 December 1785; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Don & Jeanne Ross (djross@pastconnections.com) Dec 11 2015. IGI Record.; Principal=Asa Weller1,2

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  3. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  4. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

Asa Weller

M, #8942, b. 2 May 1761, d. 17 March 1825
  • Birth*: 2 May 1761; Dutchess Co., New York, U.S.A.; "Asa was only about three years old when his family moved from Dutchess County to Vermont . . . Asa's parents ran an inn in Manchester, Vermont." per "Descendants of Asa Weller" sent to me via email by Linda Smith, Dec. 19, 2004. IGI Record.1,2
  • Marriage*: 28 December 1785; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Don & Jeanne Ross (djross@pastconnections.com) Dec 11 2015. IGI Record.; Principal=Hannah Marsh3,1
  • Death*: 17 March 1825; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "There is a large stone slab over the grave of Asa Weller. The writing in illegible; however, a plaque in St. John's Church in Carrying Place has what was written on the cement slab: "'To the glory of God' In memory of Asa Weller Esq. First settler in the Carrying Place, Township of Murray, who died 17th March 1825, aged 63 years. Deeply deplored by his beloved wife Hannah and his dear children and friends. Trusting in the lord his strength to heaven, submissive bowed. Erected by his great granddaughter Frankie Proctor Gearing."[Marsh line.GED]" per "Descendants of Asa Weller" sent to me via email by Linda Smith, Dec. 19, 2004.
    IGI Record.2
  • Burial*: 19 March 1825; Carrying Place Cemetery, Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; per IGI Record.1
  • Residence: 1764; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; "Asa was only about three years old when his family moved from Dutchess County to Vermont . . . Asa's parents ran an inn in Manchester, Vermont." per "Descendants of Asa Weller" sent to me via email by Linda Smith, Dec. 19, 2004.2
  • Residence*: 1793; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Asa was only about three years old when his family moved from Dutchess County to Vermont . . . Asa's parents ran an inn in Manchester, Vermont. Before starting his first trip to Canada in 1791, Asa Weller consulted with his father-in-law, Colonel Marsh, concerning the geography of that portion of the continent . . . Asa was probably accompanied by one of his brothers, Eliakim or Ebenezer . . .
    They returned to Manchester in the following year. Asa had business to settle and property to sell before emigrating with his family (in 1793).
    Asa started his boat portaging services shortly after he got settled in Carrying Place. He made it possible to transport bateaux from the Bay of Quinte to Weller's Bay, using his low slung four-wheeled wagon. Oxen were his source of power for the heavy loads." per "Descendants of Asa Weller" sent to me via email by Linda Smith, Dec. 19, 2004.2
  • Residence: 1793; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Asa Weller from Vermont settled along the old Indian portage route connecting the Bay of Quinte with what became known as Weller's Bay, off Lake Ontario.
    There were government plans to build a canal connecting the Bay of Quinte with Brighton Bay to the west, along Dead Creek and the wetlands. This area was known as the Canal Reserve. The 1812-14 War intervened." from History of South Murray Twp. by Margaret L. May, per Masonic Lodge archives, Dan Buchanan, August 1, 2018.4
  • Census*: 1803; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1803 Census: Asa Weller; age 45; Hannah, 40; Caty, 16; William, 14; Johsnton, 12; Sally, 8; Anna, 5; ?(m), 1; Hannah, 3
  • Census: 1804; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1804 Census: Asa Weller; 1 male 16 to 60; 3 males under 16; 4 females
  • Census: 1806; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1806 Census: Asa Weller; Asa Weller, Esq., 42; Wife, 36; William, 17; Johnston, 15; Salley, 12; Hannah, 10; Anna, 6; Robert, 3; Benjamin & Asa, 1
  • Census: 1808; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1808 Census: Asa and Hannah Weller; 3 males 16 to 60; 3 males under 16; 4 females
  • Census: 1815; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1815 Census: Asa Weller; 2 males over 16; 3 males under 16; 2 female over 16; 1 female under 16
  • Census: 1816; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1816 Census: Asa Weller; 1 males over 16; 3 males under 16; 1 female over 16
  • Census: 1817; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1817 Census: Asa Weller; 1 males over 16; 3 males under 16; 2 females over 16; Total 6
  • Census: 1818; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1818 Census: Asa Weller; 1 males over 16; 4 males under 16; 2 females over 16
  • Census: 1819; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1819 Census: Asa Weller; 3 males over 16; 2 females over 16; 2 males under 16;
  • Census: 1820; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1820 Census: Asa Weller; 2 males over 16; 2 males under 16; 1 females over 16; Total 5
  • Census: 1821; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1821 Census: Asa Weller; 2 males over 16; 1 males under 16; 1 females over 16; Total 4
  • Census: 1822; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1822 Census: Asa Weller; 3 males over 16; 1 males under 16; 2 females over 16
  • Census: 1825; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1825 Census: Asa Weller; 4 males over 16; 2 females over 16; Total 6

Family: Hannah Marsh b. 28 Mar 1764, d. 29 Jan 1831

  • Marriage*: 28 December 1785; Manchester, Bennington Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Don & Jeanne Ross (djross@pastconnections.com) Dec 11 2015. IGI Record.; Principal=Hannah Marsh3,1

Citations

  1. [S19] IGI Record, online unknown url.
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  4. [S155] South Murray Township Research; unknown repository.