Maria Schermerhorn1

F, #87394, b. 1771
  • Birth*: 1771; Rensellaerwyck, Green Co., New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Elizabeth Archer, Aug 24 2013.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1793; per GEDCOM of Elizabeth Archer, Aug 24 2013.; Principal=William Williams1
  • Married Name: circa 1793; Williams1

Family: William Williams b. 19 Apr 1771

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Dorthy Winnifred "Dora" Hart1,2,3,4,5

F, #87395, b. 19 December 1891
  • Birth*: 19 December 1891; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Birth Reg'n.#012427: Name: Dorthy Winnifred Hart; Date: Dec 19 1891; Parents: Arthur Hart & Olive May Young; Occ.: Gentleman; Inf.: A. Hart, Shannonville; Reg'd.: Jun 23 1892; Phys.: A. D. Walker (Ontario Birth Registration, #012427-1891, ancestry.com) Date Dec 19 1891 & location Ont. per 1911 Census. Date Dec 19 1891 & location Ont. rural per 1901 Census.2,3,6
  • Marriage*: 23 July 1913; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.#006286: Groom: Percy Sutton; Age: 22; Res.: Belleville; Born: Yorkshire, England; Status: Bachelor; Rel.: Anglican; Parents: Joseph & Elizabeth Sutton; Bride: Dora Winnifred Hart; Age: 21; Res.: Shannonville; Born: Ont.; Status: spinster; Rel.: Anglican; Parents: Arthur Hart & Olive M. Young; Wit.: Clarissa Reid, Shannonville & Edith "Glynn?, Campbellford; Date: Jul 23 1913; Place: Res. of Bride; Performed by: Wm. Fleming, M. A., Ottawa Diocese; Sworn: Shannonville, Jul 21 1913; Reg'r.: William Jas. ?Rayall?, Shannonville (Ontario Marriage Registration, #006286-1913, ancestry.com); Principal=Percy Sutton7
  • Census*: April 1901; Tyendinaga Twp., East Hastings Co., Ontario; Age 10 at 1901 Census: see Arthur Hart2
  • Census: 1911; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, East Hastings Co., Ontario; Age 19 at 1911 Census: see Arthur Hart3
  • Residence*: 23 July 1913; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Residence Shannonville per marr. reg'n.4
  • Married Name: 23 July 1913; Sutton4

Family: Percy Sutton b. 1890

Citations

  1. Dorthy Winnifred Hart per Birth Reg'n. Dora W. per 1901 Census. Winnifred per 1911 Census. Dora Winnifred Hart per marr. reg'n.
  2. [S13] Unknown author, 1901 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  3. [S60] Unknown author, 1911 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  4. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.
  5. [S4] Unknown author, Ontario Birth Registrations, Record Type: Microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Achives (birth).
  6. [S4] Unknown author, Ontario Birth Registrations, Record Type: Microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Achives (birth), #012427-1891.
  7. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, #006286-1913.

Sir Robert Hart1,2,3

M, #87396, b. 20 February 1835, d. 20 September 1911
  • Birth*: 20 February 1835; Dungannon St., Portadown, Armagh Co., Ulster, Ireland; Date 1835 & location Portadown, Ireland per 1911 Census. "Robert Hart was born into a devout Methodist family in Dungannon Street, Portadown, County Armagh, Ulster,[1] in 1835. His father, Henry Hart (1806–1875) worked in distilleries, and married a farmer’s daughter, Ann Edgar, in 1834. Robert Hart was educated at a Wesleyan school in Taunton, Somerset, then at Wesley Connexional School, Dublin, and at the age of 15 was sent to Queen’s University, Belfast, where he graduated in 1853. He would become, after his retirement, Pro-Chancellor of Queen’s University." per Wikipedia per Death Reg'n. of his son Arthur Hart.2,4,5
  • Marriage*: 1857; China; "Hart’s devotion to his work played havoc with his emotional life. As a young man, in spite of his Methodist conscience, he had bouts of promiscuity. In 1857 he took a Chinese concubine, Ayao, with whom he had three children and for whom he developed genuine affection and respect. On becoming Inspector-General in 1863, he realised he must put her away and find a respectable wife during his first leave in 1866. He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London. He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London. Hart took an interest in the progress of his illegitimate children, but made no direct contact with them. In his last decade, he was obliged to acknowledge them by legal declarations.[15] He was disappointed in the adult lives of his three legitimate children, yet acknowledged that he had been a neglectful father. After 1882 he lived a celibate life, but had deep friendships with many girls and women, amongst whom were three generations of the Carrall family. Many of his male staff felt he was a supportive friend as well as a demanding superior.[16] He got to know all his promising young men while they were students learning Chinese under his eyes in Peking, for he insisted that the ability to speak and write Mandarin Chinese was essential for promotion to Commissioner in charge of a Chinese port." from Wikipedia
    "Illegitimate son" per email from Janet Hart Aug 23 2013.; Principal=Ayao ?6,4
  • Marriage*: circa 1868; England; "Hart’s devotion to his work played havoc with his emotional life. As a young man, in spite of his Methodist conscience, he had bouts of promiscuity. In 1857 he took a Chinese concubine, Ayao, with whom he had three children and for whom he developed genuine affection and respect. On becoming Inspector-General in 1863, he realised he must put her away and find a respectable wife during his first leave in 1866. He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London. He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London. Hart took an interest in the progress of his illegitimate children, but made no direct contact with them. In his last decade, he was obliged to acknowledge them by legal declarations.[15] He was disappointed in the adult lives of his three legitimate children, yet acknowledged that he had been a neglectful father. After 1882 he lived a celibate life, but had deep friendships with many girls and women, amongst whom were three generations of the Carrall family. Many of his male staff felt he was a supportive friend as well as a demanding superior.[16] He got to know all his promising young men while they were students learning Chinese under his eyes in Peking, for he insisted that the ability to speak and write Mandarin Chinese was essential for promotion to Commissioner in charge of a Chinese port." from Wikipedia
    "Illegitimate son" per email from Janet Hart Aug 23 2013.; Principal=Hester Jane Bredon4
  • Death*: 20 September 1911; England; "Hart died on 20 September 1911 after a cardiac decline following a bout of pneumonia. He was buried on 25 September 1911 at Bisham, Berkshire, England." per Wikipedia.4
  • Burial*: 25 September 1911; Bisham, Berkshire, England; per Wikipedia.4
  • Residence*: 1908; England; "Hart held his post till his retirement in 1910, although he left China on leave in April 1908, and was succeeded temporarily by his brother-in-law, Sir Robert Bredon, and then formally by Sir Francis Aglen." per Wikipedia4
  • Census*: 1911; Chelsea North, London, Middlesex Co., England; Age 76 at 1911 Census: Hart, Robert, 76, b. Portadown, Ireland, 44y 7 m married, Chinese Customs Service, married; Hester Jane, 63, b. Portadown, Ireland, 44y 7m married, 3 children all living, married (4 servants listed) (1911 Census: Chelsea North, Chelsea, London, pg. 242 of 651, one page for Sir Robert Hart's 16-room residence at 38 Cadogan Place, London, S.W. (ancestry.com)5

Family 1: Ayao ? b. c 1837

  • Marriage*: 1857; China; "Hart’s devotion to his work played havoc with his emotional life. As a young man, in spite of his Methodist conscience, he had bouts of promiscuity. In 1857 he took a Chinese concubine, Ayao, with whom he had three children and for whom he developed genuine affection and respect. On becoming Inspector-General in 1863, he realised he must put her away and find a respectable wife during his first leave in 1866. He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London. He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London. Hart took an interest in the progress of his illegitimate children, but made no direct contact with them. In his last decade, he was obliged to acknowledge them by legal declarations.[15] He was disappointed in the adult lives of his three legitimate children, yet acknowledged that he had been a neglectful father. After 1882 he lived a celibate life, but had deep friendships with many girls and women, amongst whom were three generations of the Carrall family. Many of his male staff felt he was a supportive friend as well as a demanding superior.[16] He got to know all his promising young men while they were students learning Chinese under his eyes in Peking, for he insisted that the ability to speak and write Mandarin Chinese was essential for promotion to Commissioner in charge of a Chinese port." from Wikipedia
    "Illegitimate son" per email from Janet Hart Aug 23 2013.; Principal=Ayao ?6,4

Family 2: Hester Jane Bredon b. 1848

  • Marriage*: circa 1868; England; "Hart’s devotion to his work played havoc with his emotional life. As a young man, in spite of his Methodist conscience, he had bouts of promiscuity. In 1857 he took a Chinese concubine, Ayao, with whom he had three children and for whom he developed genuine affection and respect. On becoming Inspector-General in 1863, he realised he must put her away and find a respectable wife during his first leave in 1866. He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London. He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London. Hart took an interest in the progress of his illegitimate children, but made no direct contact with them. In his last decade, he was obliged to acknowledge them by legal declarations.[15] He was disappointed in the adult lives of his three legitimate children, yet acknowledged that he had been a neglectful father. After 1882 he lived a celibate life, but had deep friendships with many girls and women, amongst whom were three generations of the Carrall family. Many of his male staff felt he was a supportive friend as well as a demanding superior.[16] He got to know all his promising young men while they were students learning Chinese under his eyes in Peking, for he insisted that the ability to speak and write Mandarin Chinese was essential for promotion to Commissioner in charge of a Chinese port." from Wikipedia
    "Illegitimate son" per email from Janet Hart Aug 23 2013.; Principal=Hester Jane Bredon4

Citations

  1. A. Hart per marr. reg'n. of son Arthur Hart.
  2. [S12] Unknown author, Ontario Death Registrations, Record Type: microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Archives.
  3. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.
  4. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.
  5. [S108] Unknown author, 1911 UK Census, Record Type: Online image of microfilm.
  6. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Ayao ?1,2,3

F, #87397, b. circa 1837
  • Birth*: circa 1837; China; per Wikipedia. per marriage reg'nl. of son Arthur Hart.3
  • Marriage*: 1857; China; "Hart’s devotion to his work played havoc with his emotional life. As a young man, in spite of his Methodist conscience, he had bouts of promiscuity. In 1857 he took a Chinese concubine, Ayao, with whom he had three children and for whom he developed genuine affection and respect. On becoming Inspector-General in 1863, he realised he must put her away and find a respectable wife during his first leave in 1866. He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London. He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London. Hart took an interest in the progress of his illegitimate children, but made no direct contact with them. In his last decade, he was obliged to acknowledge them by legal declarations.[15] He was disappointed in the adult lives of his three legitimate children, yet acknowledged that he had been a neglectful father. After 1882 he lived a celibate life, but had deep friendships with many girls and women, amongst whom were three generations of the Carrall family. Many of his male staff felt he was a supportive friend as well as a demanding superior.[16] He got to know all his promising young men while they were students learning Chinese under his eyes in Peking, for he insisted that the ability to speak and write Mandarin Chinese was essential for promotion to Commissioner in charge of a Chinese port." from Wikipedia
    "Illegitimate son" per email from Janet Hart Aug 23 2013.; Principal=Sir Robert Hart4,3
  • Married Name: 1857; Hart4

Family: Sir Robert Hart b. 20 Feb 1835, d. 20 Sep 1911

Citations

  1. "Ayao" per Wikipedia. Anna per marr. reg'n. of son Arthur Hart.
  2. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.
  3. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.
  4. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Anna Hart1

F, #87398, b. circa 1858
  • Birth*: circa 1858; China; "He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London." per Wikipedia.1
  • Residence*: 1866; London, England; "He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London." per Wikipedia.1

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Herbert Hart1

M, #87399, b. circa 1860
  • Birth*: circa 1860; China; "He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London." per Wikipedia.1
  • Residence*: 1866; London, England; "He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London." per Wikipedia.1

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Hester Jane Bredon1,2,3

F, #87400, b. 1848
  • Birth*: 1848; Portadown, Ireland; Date 1848 & location Portadown, Ireland per 1911 Census.2,3
  • Marriage*: circa 1868; England; "Hart’s devotion to his work played havoc with his emotional life. As a young man, in spite of his Methodist conscience, he had bouts of promiscuity. In 1857 he took a Chinese concubine, Ayao, with whom he had three children and for whom he developed genuine affection and respect. On becoming Inspector-General in 1863, he realised he must put her away and find a respectable wife during his first leave in 1866. He gave her a generous settlement, provided for the children (Anna, Herbert and Arthur Hart), and found them a home in London. He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London. Hart took an interest in the progress of his illegitimate children, but made no direct contact with them. In his last decade, he was obliged to acknowledge them by legal declarations.[15] He was disappointed in the adult lives of his three legitimate children, yet acknowledged that he had been a neglectful father. After 1882 he lived a celibate life, but had deep friendships with many girls and women, amongst whom were three generations of the Carrall family. Many of his male staff felt he was a supportive friend as well as a demanding superior.[16] He got to know all his promising young men while they were students learning Chinese under his eyes in Peking, for he insisted that the ability to speak and write Mandarin Chinese was essential for promotion to Commissioner in charge of a Chinese port." from Wikipedia
    "Illegitimate son" per email from Janet Hart Aug 23 2013.; Principal=Sir Robert Hart2
  • Married Name: circa 1868; Hart2
  • Census*: 1911; Chelsea North, London, Middlesex Co., England; Age 63 at 1911 Census: see Sir Robert Hart3

Family: Sir Robert Hart b. 20 Feb 1835, d. 20 Sep 1911

Citations

  1. Hester Jane Hart per 1911 Census.
  2. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.
  3. [S108] Unknown author, 1911 UK Census, Record Type: Online image of microfilm.

Evelyn Hart1

F, #87401, b. 1869
  • Birth*: 1869; England; "He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London." per Wikipedia1

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Robert Hart1

M, #87402, b. circa 1871
  • Birth*: circa 1871; England; "He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London." per Wikipedia1

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Mabel Hart1

F, #87403, b. circa 1874
  • Birth*: circa 1874; England; "He then quickly courted and married Hester Bredon of Portadown, daughter of his aunt’s doctor [14] They too had three children, Evelyn, Robert and Mabel, but Hart did not see much of them, as Hester returned to Britain in 1876, and after a brief reunion in 1878–82, she and the children lived in London." per Wikipedia1

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Henry Hart1

M, #87404, b. 1806, d. 1875
  • Birth*: 1806; per Wikipedia, Sr. Robert Hart.1
  • Marriage*: 1834; per Wikipedia, Sr. Robert Hart.; Principal=Ann Edgar1
  • Death*: 1875; per Wikipedia, Sr. Robert Hart.1

Family: Ann Edgar b. c 1810

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Ann Edgar1

F, #87405, b. circa 1810
  • Birth*: circa 1810; per Wikipedia, Sr. Robert Hart.1
  • Marriage*: 1834; per Wikipedia, Sr. Robert Hart.; Principal=Henry Hart1
  • Married Name: 1834; Hart1

Family: Henry Hart b. 1806, d. 1875

Citations

  1. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Bertha Brant1

F, #87406, b. 1879
  • Birth*: 1879; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Date 1879 & location Shannonville per marr. reg'n. - Arthur Hart.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1900; per marriage reg'n. of Bertha (Brant) Claus and Arthur Hart.; Principal=? Claus1
  • Marriage*: 26 April 1920; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.#013910: Groom: Arthur Hart; Age: 54; Res.: Shannonville; Born: Stratford on Anvon, England; Status: widower; Occ.: fisherman; Rel.: CE; Parents: Sr. Robert Hart, Bar't. & Esther Jane Bredin; Bride: Bertha Claus; Age: 41; Res. & Born: Shannonville; Status: widow; Occ.: housewife; Rel.: CE; Parents: Abram Brant & Mary Hill; Expected Res.: Shannonville; Wit.: E. C. Cankell, The Rectory, Shannonville & Alfred Fuller, Shannonville; Date: Apr 26 1920; Place: Shannonville; Peformed by: Rev. C. Cankell, Shannonville, Anglican; Sworn: Shannonville, Apr 25 1920; Reg'r.: William Jas. ?Magill?, Shannonville (Ontario Marriage Registration, #013910-1920, ancestry.com); Principal=Arthur Hart2
  • Married Name: circa 1900; Claus1
  • Residence*: 26 April 1920; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Residence Shannonville per marr. reg'n. - Arthur Hart.1
  • Married Name: 26 April 1920; Hart1

Family 1: ? Claus b. c 1876, d. c 1915

Family 2: Arthur Hart b. 25 Dec 1866, d. 24 Aug 1938

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.
  2. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, #013910-1920.

Abram Brant1

M, #87407, b. circa 1845
  • Birth*: circa 1845; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Location Shannonville per marr. reg'n. of daughter Bertha (Claus, Brant) Hart.1
  • Marriage*: before 1875; per marriage reg'n. of daughter Bertha (Clause, Brant) Hart.; Principal=Mary Hill1

Family: Mary Hill b. c 1845

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.

Mary Hill1

F, #87408, b. circa 1845
  • Birth*: circa 1845; per marriage reg'n. of daughter Bertha (Clause, Brant) Hart.1
  • Marriage*: before 1875; per marriage reg'n. of daughter Bertha (Clause, Brant) Hart.; Principal=Abram Brant1
  • Married Name: before 1875; Brant1

Family: Abram Brant b. c 1845

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.

? Claus1

M, #87409, b. circa 1876, d. circa 1915
  • Birth*: circa 1876; per marriage reg'n. of Bertha (Brant) Claus and Arthur Hart.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1900; per marriage reg'n. of Bertha (Brant) Claus and Arthur Hart.; Principal=Bertha Brant1
  • Death*: circa 1915; per marriage reg'n. of Bertha (Brant) Claus and Arthur Hart.1

Family: Bertha Brant b. 1879

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.

Louis Young1

M, #87410, b. circa 1840
  • Birth*: circa 1840; per Death Reg'n. of daughter Olive May (Young) Hart.1
  • Marriage*: before 1870; per Death Reg'n. of daughter Olive May (Young) Hart.; Principal=Jane Ann Phillips1

Family: Jane Ann Phillips b. c 1840

Citations

  1. [S12] Unknown author, Ontario Death Registrations, Record Type: microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Archives.

Jane Ann Phillips1

F, #87411, b. circa 1840
  • Birth*: circa 1840; per Death Reg'n. of daughter Olive May (Young) Hart.1
  • Marriage*: before 1870; per Death Reg'n. of daughter Olive May (Young) Hart.; Principal=Louis Young1
  • Married Name: before 1870; Young1

Family: Louis Young b. c 1840

Citations

  1. [S12] Unknown author, Ontario Death Registrations, Record Type: microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Archives.

Percy Sutton1

M, #87412, b. 1890
  • Birth*: 1890; Yorkshire, England; Date 1890 & location Yorkshire, England per marr. reg'n.1
  • Marriage*: 23 July 1913; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.#006286: Groom: Percy Sutton; Age: 22; Res.: Belleville; Born: Yorkshire, England; Status: Bachelor; Rel.: Anglican; Parents: Joseph & Elizabeth Sutton; Bride: Dora Winnifred Hart; Age: 21; Res.: Shannonville; Born: Ont.; Status: spinster; Rel.: Anglican; Parents: Arthur Hart & Olive M. Young; Wit.: Clarissa Reid, Shannonville & Edith "Glynn?, Campbellford; Date: Jul 23 1913; Place: Res. of Bride; Performed by: Wm. Fleming, M. A., Ottawa Diocese; Sworn: Shannonville, Jul 21 1913; Reg'r.: William Jas. ?Rayall?, Shannonville (Ontario Marriage Registration, #006286-1913, ancestry.com); Principal=Dorthy Winnifred "Dora" Hart2
  • Residence*: 23 July 1913; Tyendinaga Twp., Shannonville, Hastings Co., Ontario; Residence Shannonville per marr. reg'n.1

Family: Dorthy Winnifred "Dora" Hart b. 19 Dec 1891

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.
  2. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, #006286-1913.

Joseph Sutton1

M, #87413, b. circa 1860
  • Birth*: circa 1860; per marriage reg'n. of son Percy Sutton.1
  • Marriage*: before 1885; per marriage reg'n. of son Percy Sutton.; Principal=Elizabeth ?1

Family: Elizabeth ? b. c 1860

Citations

  1. [S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm.