Abraham Bryan1

M, #94089, b. 24 August 1821, d. 15 January 1911
  • Birth*: 24 August 1821; Dublin, Ireland; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1856; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.; Principal=Mary Ann Perry1
  • Death*: 15 January 1911; Dundas St., Whitby, Ontario Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1

Family: Mary Ann Perry b. c 1822, d. a 1881

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

John Ham Perry1

M, #94090, b. 12 March 1829, d. 25 March 1896
  • Birth*: 12 March 1829; Ernestown Twp., Bath, Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1 June 1852; St. Paul's Church, Kingston, Frontenac Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.; Principal=Jane Margaret Hall1
  • Death*: 25 March 1896; Whitby, Ontario Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1

Family: Jane Margaret Hall b. 1831, d. 4 Jun 1881

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Jane Margaret Hall1

F, #94091, b. 1831, d. 4 June 1881
  • Birth*: 1831; London, England; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1 June 1852; St. Paul's Church, Kingston, Frontenac Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.; Principal=John Ham Perry1
  • Death*: 4 June 1881; Whitby, Ontario Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1
  • Married Name: 1 June 1852; Perry1

Family: John Ham Perry b. 12 Mar 1829, d. 25 Mar 1896

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Sarah Eliza Perry1

F, #94092, b. 12 March 1829, d. 29 November 1846
  • Birth*: 12 March 1829; Ernestown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; "Sarah Perry married Edward Vallier 12 Dec 1860, Frontenac, Ontario, said to be daughter of Peter Perry and Mary Ham" per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1
  • Death*: 29 November 18461

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Jemima Louisa Perry1

F, #94093, b. circa 1824, d. 28 November 1846
  • Birth*: circa 1824; Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1
  • Death*: 28 November 1846; Whitby, Ontario Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Elizabeth Jane Perry1

F, #94094, b. circa 1818
  • Birth*: circa 1818; Ernestown Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; "There was a conditional bequest to a daughter, ELIZABETH JANE PERRY and her children of land in the Township of Darlington. The writing is so small I cannot make out the concession number. The will is nine pages long and the probate is at least five pages and the wording is very confusing. That is probably the Jane listed!!" per GEDCOM of Richard Lander (rlander@sympatico.ca) Feb 10, 2017.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Acheus Moody Farewell1

M, #94095, b. 1 January 1782, d. 26 November 1869
  • Birth*: 1 January 1782; White River Junction, Windsor Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; Date 1781 & location USA per 1851 Census. Date Jan 1 1782 & location White River Junction, Vermont per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,2
  • Marriage*: 5 April 1804; Annis Creek, York Co., Upper Canada; "On the 4th of April, 1804, Mr. Farerwell was married to Elizabeth Annis, whose family emigrated from Pennsylvania a year or two before and settled at the above named creek. Mr. Annis and his wife were residents of the beautiful village of Wyoming, on the Susquehanna River, when the terrible massacre took place there on the 3rd and 4th of July, 1777, and were among the fortunate few who escaped the tomahawk and scalping knife of the Indian savage, and more exquisite cruelties for that band of white demons known as Butler's Rangers." this is from "Historical Sketches of Oshawa", pg. 14, found online at http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf (Note that the language re Butler's Rangers is the typical American treatment of the military events of the War of Independence. It tends to colour the whole piece in terms of credibility.)
    Note: Annis Creek would later be Port Oshawa, the creek being Oshawa Creek. Date Apr 5 1804 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Elizabeth Annis1
  • Marriage*: 30 June 1851; East Whitby Twp., Harmony, Ontario Co., Upper Canada; His first wife, Elizabeth Annis, died May 1851. Sara his second wife per 1851 Census. Date Jun 30 1851 & location Harmony per family tree of Cheryl Parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 29 2018.; Principal=Sarah Haveland2,3
  • Death*: 26 November 1869; Oshawa, Ontario Co., Ontario; Date Nov 26 1869 per CemSearch. Date Nov 26 1869 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,4
  • Burial*: 28 November 1869; Farewell Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario Co., Ontario; CemSearch: Name: A. M. Farewell; Born: Jan 1 1782; Died: Nov 26 1869; Other names: Farewell, Lafayette ( - 1854), Farewell, Weltha A. ( - ) ; Cemetrey: Farewell Cemetery, Oshawa, Ont., Harmony Rd., (no longer in use - abandonded); Note: The property was donated by Mr. Moody Farewell for use by the Farewell family. http://archaeologyinoshawa.wordpress.com
    Burials in this cemetery took place between 1815 and 1937. Stones were placed in a cairn in 1979 by the city of Oshawa. (http://www.cemsearch.ca/burial/?action=selectionList&choiceBurialID=386583#)
    Note: Farewell Cemetery is at corner of Harmony Road and King Street East. IN 1993 remains were moved and reinterred with a cairn due to road expansion. See https://archaeologyinoshawa.wordpress.com/farewell-cemetery-site/.4
  • Note: 1794; York Co., Upper Canada; "In 1794, Mrs. Farewell became Mrs. Crawford. He (a sergeant in the army) purchased his discharge, and 300 acres of land were located in Etobicoke, for the family. The elder boys were to commence farming, but A. M. was to learn a trade. Mr. Bond, newly arrived immigrant, a hatter by trade, engaged to instruct young Farewell in the art of making hats, and being an economist, and a genius, he conceived the brilliant idea of producing his own materials by raising muskrats and beaver. He obtained land north of York, and commenced operations at Bond's Lake, but the following spring, Bond and young Farewell returned to York, and the muskrat and beaver dispersed, but Bond's name still adheres to the Lake. The hatting business was abandoned by both master and apprentice - the latter joining the family upon the farm. Improvements were commenced in good ernest, but the step-father became fond of strong drink; debts were contracted, the farm was sold, the money disappeared, and the family scattered; A. M. going to Maiden, where he took up a free lot in that newly laid out village." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 10 & 11.
  • Residence: 1796; Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; "In 1796, Augustus Jones’ survey notes describe Min-ce-nan-quash, a peninsula east of Wilson’s and the terminus of the Scugog Carrying Place, which he calls a “Peninsula, almost an Island.”2 Shortly afterwards, this landmark caught the attention of the Farewell brothers as they were paddling along the Lake Ontario shoreline and they decided to settle in the area." Scugog Carrying Place, Grant Karchich, pg. 193
  • Residence: 1800; East Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; "Moody Farewell and William Farewell came here in 1800." Samuel Pedlar Manuscript. Frame 108.
  • Residence*: 1802; Lake Scugog, Upper Canada; "The "North West Fur Company" built their first trading vessel at Maiden, and Capt. Mills, her commander, induced Mr. Farewell to sell his house and lot, and try a season's sailing with him on the "New Nancy". At the close of the season, A. M. and his brother William made arrangements for establishing a trading house at Lake Scugog, for the purchase of furs, etc., of the Mukrat branch of the Chippewa tribe of Indians, who were numerous about the lake in connection with Scugog." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 11 & 12.
  • Note: April 1804; Ball Popint, Lake Scugog, Upper Canada; "The recognized signal among the Indians and traders for calling for assistance, was the firing of three guns in quick succession. This was done, and a canoe with a solitary Indian came from the opposite shore of the lake, and in a short time the Chief of the tribe - "Wabbekisheco" - approached the brothers, (William having arrived in the mean time.) The Chief was very sorry for what had taken place, but unhesitatingly stated who had killed Sharp, and how it was done. He stated that a large number of Indians had brought furs, which Sharp purchased, and in a short time, the Indians became tipsy, wanting more liquor, which Sharp refused to give them. They induced him to go to the spring for water, when Ogetonicut followed and killed him. This Indian was a brother of Whistling Duck, who had been killed by a white man the winter previous, at Mr. Cozens, in what is now the township of Clarke. Whistling Duck had tried to thrust a muskrat spear through the American, but missed his aim, and had his skull cracked. The Governor promised there should be blood for blood, and this is why Sharp was killed." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 12 & 13.
  • Residence: April 1804; Ball Point, Lake Scugog, Upper Canada; "Two seasons were passed on this business. About the close of the second spring's trading, the two brothers left their trading house in Ball Point, now township of Mariposa, for the purpose of gathering in some furs, and closing up business preparatory to leaving for York to market their furs, placing the house and goods in charge of their hired man - John Sharp. A. M. returned to the house before Wm. and found the place deserted, and the liquors and goods missing. Not an Indian could be seen or heard. Near the spring, size rods from the house, lay the body of John Sharp, a knife stab in his left side, and his head crushed with a club." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 12.
  • Residence: June 1804; Conc 1 Lot 4, Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; "In June, 1804, Mr. Farewell purchased Lot 4 in the first concession of Whitby, for $200, upon the north half of which he settled. The Main Road, called the Danforth Road, from York to Port Hope, had been cut out, and a few settlements, made along the line. Going eastward from York, they were as follows - Scadding, John nd Jonathan Ashbridge, Jones, Knowles, Post, Woodruff, at Duffin's Creek, Jabez Lynde, A. M. Farewell, Fletcher, Hartwell, Flanagan, Smith at Port Hope. On the lake shore, the settlers were going east from York: Peak at the mouth of Duffin's Creek, Lloyd, Rumerfelt, three families of Smith, at the Big Bay, now Port Whitby, Stephens, Annis. at Port Oshawa, Wilson, Conant, Barber, at the creek of that name in Clarke, Lovekins, Baldwin, Bates, Soper, Marsh, Smith, at the Creek, now Port Hope." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 14 & 15.
  • Note: July 1804; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "The Indians all left the lake came out to Annis Creek, (now Port Oshawa,) went in their canoes to York. Mr. Farewell followed, and upon complaint being made, a guard of soldiers crossed over to the point to arrest the murderer. The Chief took the culprit by the shoulder, led him forward, and gave him up. He was imprisoned in York, but a survey being made during the summer, it was found the murder had been committed in the Newcastle District, and the trial was fixed at Weller's at the "Carrying Place" for the ensuing fall." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 13.
  • Note: 7 October 1804; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "His Majesty's gun boat Catherine or Maria was fitted out to take the court from York. On board were Judge Cochrane, lawyers, McDonald and Gray, Sheriff Fisk, interpreters Cowan and Ruggles, merchant Herkermer, the prisoner, witnesses and seamen, in all 39 souls on board. Business prevented Mr. Farewell from going to York to take the vessel, and he and George Lockwood were to proceed to Wilier's from Annis Creek in a canoe." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 13.
  • Note: 8 October 1804; Persqu'ile Point, Newcastle District, Upper Canada; "The vessel sailed from York in the morning, Sept. 7 1803. At sunset, Farewell and Lockwood encamped at Dean's Creek, a few miles below Cobourg, the vessel being abreast of them several miles in the lake. During the night, a fearful storm arose, and not one of the 39 on the vessel was left to tell the particulars of the burial in an Ontario grave." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 13 & 14.
  • Note: 12 October 1804; Persqu'ile Point, Newcastle District, Upper Canada; "After waiting two or three days at Weller's, Farewell and Lockwood returned to Annis' Creek. On the 4th April, 1804, Mr. Farewell was married to Elizabeth Annis, whose family emigrated from Pennsylvania a year or two before and settled at the above named creek." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 14.
  • Note*: 1842; Oshawa, York Co., Canada West; "In 1842, Skae, the postmaster, applied for official post office status, but was informed the community needed a better name. Moody Farewell was requested to ask his native acquaintances what they called the area; their reply was "Oshawa," which translates to "where we must leave our canoes". Thus, the name of Oshawa, one of the primary "motor cities" of Canada, has the meaning "where we have to get out and walk". The name "Oshawa" was adopted and the post office named accordingly. In 1849, the requirements for incorporation were were eased, and Oshawa was incorporated as a village in 1850." from Wikipedia - Oshawa.
    Notes: This was Edward Skae who had come in 1836 to Windsor (named after the harbour at the lake) and set up a store at the corner of Kingston Road and Simcoe St.; the village came to be known for a time as Skae's Corners until it was named as a postal station in 1842. Oshawa was part of the East Whitby Township which was in York County, East Riding, until Ontario County was created in 1852.5
  • Census*: 1851; Whitby Twp., Ontario Co., Canada West; Age 70 at 1851 Census: farewell, Achius M., 70, b. USA, Chr., farmer, married; Sarah, 46, b. USA, Chr., married; ?Hiulend?, Charlotte, 25, b. USA, Meth., other home USA, single; Coryell, Lewis, 18, b. UC, Chr., lab., single; Chas., 18; Farewell, Ellen, 30, b. UC, Chr., widow; Adelaide, 11; Wallace, 9; Adaline, 7 (1851 Census: Whitby Twp., Ontario Co., pg. 25 of 342, line 34 - ancestry.ca)
    Note: Reuben Hudson is above. Ontario County had just been created; before Whitby Twp. was part of York Co.. Since this is between the Act of Union in 1841 and Confederation in 1867, it is Canada West, not Ontario.2

Family 1: Elizabeth Annis b. 19 Jun 1780, d. 4 May 1851

  • Marriage*: 5 April 1804; Annis Creek, York Co., Upper Canada; "On the 4th of April, 1804, Mr. Farerwell was married to Elizabeth Annis, whose family emigrated from Pennsylvania a year or two before and settled at the above named creek. Mr. Annis and his wife were residents of the beautiful village of Wyoming, on the Susquehanna River, when the terrible massacre took place there on the 3rd and 4th of July, 1777, and were among the fortunate few who escaped the tomahawk and scalping knife of the Indian savage, and more exquisite cruelties for that band of white demons known as Butler's Rangers." this is from "Historical Sketches of Oshawa", pg. 14, found online at http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf (Note that the language re Butler's Rangers is the typical American treatment of the military events of the War of Independence. It tends to colour the whole piece in terms of credibility.)
    Note: Annis Creek would later be Port Oshawa, the creek being Oshawa Creek. Date Apr 5 1804 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Elizabeth Annis1

Family 2: Sarah Haveland b. 3 Jul 1804, d. 5 Mar 1880

  • Marriage*: 30 June 1851; East Whitby Twp., Harmony, Ontario Co., Upper Canada; His first wife, Elizabeth Annis, died May 1851. Sara his second wife per 1851 Census. Date Jun 30 1851 & location Harmony per family tree of Cheryl Parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 29 2018.; Principal=Sarah Haveland2,3

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  3. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  4. [S39] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  5. [S116] Wikipedia, online unknown url.

Elizabeth Annis1

F, #94096, b. 19 June 1780, d. 4 May 1851
  • Birth*: 19 June 1780; Luzerne, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 5 April 1804; Annis Creek, York Co., Upper Canada; "On the 4th of April, 1804, Mr. Farerwell was married to Elizabeth Annis, whose family emigrated from Pennsylvania a year or two before and settled at the above named creek. Mr. Annis and his wife were residents of the beautiful village of Wyoming, on the Susquehanna River, when the terrible massacre took place there on the 3rd and 4th of July, 1777, and were among the fortunate few who escaped the tomahawk and scalping knife of the Indian savage, and more exquisite cruelties for that band of white demons known as Butler's Rangers." this is from "Historical Sketches of Oshawa", pg. 14, found online at http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf (Note that the language re Butler's Rangers is the typical American treatment of the military events of the War of Independence. It tends to colour the whole piece in terms of credibility.)
    Note: Annis Creek would later be Port Oshawa, the creek being Oshawa Creek. Date Apr 5 1804 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Acheus Moody Farewell1
  • Death*: 4 May 1851; Whitby, Ontario Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Married Name: 5 April 1804; Farewell1

Family: Acheus Moody Farewell b. 1 Jan 1782, d. 26 Nov 1869

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Charles Annis1

M, #94097, b. 10 March 1738, d. 1812
  • Birth*: 10 March 1738; Haverhill, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; Date mar 10 1738 & location Haveruhill, Ma per GEDCOM of Andrew Timleck (jtimleck@mac.com) Feb 12 2017. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1768; Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Andrew Timleck (jtimleck@mac.com) Feb 12 2017. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Sarah Emmerson1
  • Death*: 1812; Upper Canada; Date 1812 & location Canada per GEDCOM of Andrew Timleck (jtimleck@mac.com) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Residence: 1794; East Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; "When the Conant's and Annis' came here in 1794, the lands were not surveyed." Samuel Pedlar Manuscript. Frame 106.
  • Residence*: circa 1802; East Whitby Twp., Annis Creek, York Co., Upper Canada; "On the 4th of April, 1804, Mr. Farerwell was married to Elizabeth Annis, whose family emigrated from Pennsylvania a year or two before and settled at the above named creek. Mr. Annis and his wife were residents of the beautiful village of Wyoming, on the Susquehanna River, when the terrible massacre took place there on the 3rd and 4th of July, 1777, and were among the fortunate few who escaped the tomahawk and scalping knife of the Indian savage, and more exquisite cruelties for that band of white demons known as Butler's Rangers." this is from "Historical Sketches of Oshawa", pg. 14, found online at http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf (Note that the language re Butler's Rangers is the typical American treatment of the military events of the War of Independence. It tends to colour the whole piece in terms of credibility.)
  • Note*: 1804; East Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; "Charles Annis, was the pioneer, came from Winslow N.H. and also lived at Methven Mass. was a soldier in Washington's army, during the revolution, born about 1724. died in Darlington 1804.
    Sons - David, Charle's, Levi and William and daughter Fanny, who married Moody Farewell." Samuel Pedlar Manuscript. Frame 96.

Family: Sarah Emmerson b. 1 Jun 1741, d. 5 Dec 1831

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Sarah Emmerson1

F, #94098, b. 1 June 1741, d. 5 December 1831
  • Birth*: 1 June 1741; Haverhill, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; Date Jun 1 1741 & location Haverhill, Ma per GEDCOM of Andrew Timleck (jtimleck@mac.com) Feb 12 2017. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1768; Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Andrew Timleck (jtimleck@mac.com) Feb 12 2017. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Charles Annis1
  • Death*: 5 December 1831; Upper Canada; per GEDCOM of Andrew Timleck (jtimleck@mac.com) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Married Name: circa 1768; Annis1

Family: Charles Annis b. 10 Mar 1738, d. 1812

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Johnathon "John" Farewell1

M, #94099, b. 28 August 1729, d. October 1781
  • Birth*: 28 August 1729; Dustable, U.S.A.; Date Aug 28 1729 & location London, England per family tree of Tannix_Drexl on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. Date Aug 28 1729 & location Dustable, USA per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,2
  • Marriage*: 1772; Vermont, U.S.A.; "The Farewell Settlement, Harmony; Robert Bennett, of Massachusetts, was the first white man in Vermont, at the junction of the White and Connecticut Rivers. In 1770, three brothers, Farewell, emigrants from London, settled in the Connecticut Valley, and John married Mr. Bennett's daughter, Sarah. The subject of this narrative was the fifth and youngest child (four boys and one girl) of this marriage, and was born at the said river junction, on the first day of January, 1782." from Historic Sketches of Oshawa, pg. 9, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf
    Date 1772 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Sarah Bennett1
  • Death*: October 1781; Viriginia, U.S.A.; " ... and late in the fall of 1781, John and Newcomb were killed fighting for the patriot cause." from Historic Sketches of Oshawa, pg. 9, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.
    Date Oct 1781 & location Virginia, USA per family tree of Tannix_Drexl on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018.1,2

Family: Sarah Bennett b. c 1750

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Sarah Bennett1

F, #94100, b. circa 1750
  • Birth*: circa 1750; from Historic Sketches of Oshawa, pg. 9, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1772; Vermont, U.S.A.; "The Farewell Settlement, Harmony; Robert Bennett, of Massachusetts, was the first white man in Vermont, at the junction of the White and Connecticut Rivers. In 1770, three brothers, Farewell, emigrants from London, settled in the Connecticut Valley, and John married Mr. Bennett's daughter, Sarah. The subject of this narrative was the fifth and youngest child (four boys and one girl) of this marriage, and was born at the said river junction, on the first day of January, 1782." from Historic Sketches of Oshawa, pg. 9, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf
    Date 1772 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Johnathon "John" Farewell1
  • Marriage*: 1794; York Co., Upper Canada; per The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 11.; Principal=? Crawford
  • Married Name: 1772; Farewell1
  • Note*: November 1781; U.S.A.; " ... and late in the fall of 1781, John and Newcomb were killed fighting for the patriot cause." from Historic Sketches of Oshawa, pg. 10, (http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf) per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.
  • Residence*: 1791; Newark, Canada; "In 1791, King George III appointed John Graves Simcoe the first Governor of Upper Canada, and among the first acts of that far seeing statesman was the issuing of a proclammation offering free grands of land to settlers. Among those who came to the country under that proclammation was widow Farewell, with her family and one girl. They crossed Vermont, ascended the Mohawk River, passed down Seneca Lake, descended the Oswego River, then in an open boat came to Niagara, about two weeks after the arrival of Governor Simcoe with his 500 Kings Rangers." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 10.
  • Residence: 1793; York, Canada; " ... in the summer of 1793, he located at York, (now Toronto,) as the future capital of the Province. Mrs. Farewell, with her family, and other settlers, crossed to York with the Government. Only a few shanties had been erected, but soon clearings were made, roads were constructed, and the place soon became celebrated for mosquitoes and mud. Messrs. Berry and St. John were Indian traders at the Humber, but moved their business to York the following spring, and built the first respectable house in the place. It was made of hewn logs. Upon the Governor's first call for the Indians to recieve the presents from the King, about 10,000 assembled." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 10.
  • Residence: 1794; York Co., Upper Canada; "In 1794, Mrs. Farewell became Mrs. Crawford. He (a sergeant in the army) purchased his discharge, and 300 acres of land were located in Etobicoke, for the family. The elder boys were to commence farming, but A. M. was to learn a trade. Mr. Bond, newly arrived immigrant, a hatter by trade, engaged to instruct young Farewell in the art of making hats, and being an economist, and a genius, he conceived the brilliant idea of producing his own materials by raising muskrats and beaver. He obtained land north of York, and commenced operations at Bond's Lake, but the following spring, Bond and young Farewell returned to York, and the muskrat and beaver dispersed, but Bond's name still adheres to the Lake. The hatting business was abandoned by both master and apprentice - the latter joining the family upon the farm. Improvements were commenced in good ernest, but the step-father became fond of strong drink; debts were contracted, the farm was sold, the money disappeared, and the family scattered; A. M. going to Maiden, where he took up a free lot in that newly laid out village." The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 10 & 11.
  • Married Name: 1794; Crawford

Family 1: Johnathon "John" Farewell b. 28 Aug 1729, d. Oct 1781

  • Marriage*: 1772; Vermont, U.S.A.; "The Farewell Settlement, Harmony; Robert Bennett, of Massachusetts, was the first white man in Vermont, at the junction of the White and Connecticut Rivers. In 1770, three brothers, Farewell, emigrants from London, settled in the Connecticut Valley, and John married Mr. Bennett's daughter, Sarah. The subject of this narrative was the fifth and youngest child (four boys and one girl) of this marriage, and was born at the said river junction, on the first day of January, 1782." from Historic Sketches of Oshawa, pg. 9, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf
    Date 1772 per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Johnathon "John" Farewell1

Family 2: ? Crawford b. c 1750

  • Marriage*: 1794; York Co., Upper Canada; per The Story of the Speedy in Historic Sketches of Oshawa, http://localhistory.oshawalibrary.ca/pdfportal/pdfskins/kaiser/kaiser.pdf, page 11.; Principal=? Crawford

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

William Fulton Farewell1

M, #94101, b. 5 March 1779, d. 13 September 1845
  • Birth*: 5 March 1779; White River Junction, Windsor Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1806; Port Hope, Newcastle Dist., Upper Canada; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Sarah Cornwall1
  • Death*: 13 September 1845; Harmony, York Co., Canada West; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1

Family: Sarah Cornwall b. 1777

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Sarah Cornwall1

F, #94102, b. 1777
  • Birth*: 1777; Albany, New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1806; Port Hope, Newcastle Dist., Upper Canada; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=William Fulton Farewell1
  • Married Name: 1806; Farewell1

Family: William Fulton Farewell b. 5 Mar 1779, d. 13 Sep 1845

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Jonathan "John" Farewell1

M, #94103, b. 5 March 1777
  • Birth*: 5 March 1777; White River Junction, Windsor Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Benonie Farewell1

F, #94104, b. 1775
  • Birth*: 1775; Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Newcombe Farewell1

M, #94105, b. 1773
  • Birth*: 1773; Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

William Farewell1

M, #94106, b. 3 March 1805, d. 2 July 1890
  • Birth*: 3 March 1805; East Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of Cheryl parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,2
  • Marriage*: 15 April 1829; Upper Canada; Date Apr 15 1829 per family tree of Cheryl parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Cynthia Stone1,2
  • Death*: 2 July 1890; East Whitby Twp., Ontario Co., Ontario; per family tree of Cheryl parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,2

Family: Cynthia Stone b. 10 Sep 1806, d. 22 Jun 1882

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Cynthia Stone1

F, #94107, b. 10 September 1806, d. 22 June 1882
  • Birth*: 10 September 1806; Quebec; Date Sep 10 1806 & location Quebec per family tree of Cheryl parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,2
  • Marriage*: 15 April 1829; Upper Canada; Date Apr 15 1829 per family tree of Cheryl parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=William Farewell1,2
  • Death*: 22 June 1882; Whitby, Durham Co., Ontario; Date Jun 22 1882 & location Whitby per family tree of Cheryl parks on ancestry.ca, Oct 28 2018. per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1,2
  • Married Name: 15 April 1829; Farewell1

Family: William Farewell b. 3 Mar 1805, d. 2 Jul 1890

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Abraham Kendal Farewell1

M, #94108, b. 1833
  • Birth*: 1833; Whitby Twp., York Co., Upper Canada; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 29 April 1875; East Whitby Twp., Ontario Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Otto (rootsbeg@shaw.ca) Feb 12 2017.; Principal=Margaret Josephine O'Connor1

Family: Margaret Josephine O'Connor b. c 1835

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.