Ichabod H. Scott1,2,3

M, #94480, b. 17 March 1780, d. 5 December 1867
  • Birth*: 17 March 1780; Vermont, U.S.A.; Date Mar 17 1780 per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. Location Conn. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.2,3
  • Death*: 5 December 1867; Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., New York, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. Date Dec 5 1867 & location Lisbon, Saint Lawrence Co., NY per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.2,3

Citations

  1. Ichabod H. Scott per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Phebe Scott1

F, #94481, b. 26 February 1782
  • Birth*: 26 February 1782; Cornwall, Addison Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; Date Feb 26 1782 & location Vermont per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. Date Feb 26 1782 & location Cornwall, Addison Co., Vermont per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2

Citations

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

Alma Scott1

F, #94482, b. 9 August 1786
  • Birth*: 9 August 1786; Cornwall, Addison Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2

Citations

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

Amos Scott1

M, #94483, b. 9 August 1786, d. 10 April 1872
  • Birth*: 9 August 1786; Bristol, Addison Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2
  • Death*: 10 April 1872; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2

Citations

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

Abel Scott1

M, #94484, b. 9 July 1790
  • Birth*: 9 July 1790; Cornwall, Addison Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2

Citations

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

Elizabeth Scott1

F, #94485, b. 11 October 1793
  • Birth*: 11 October 1793; Cornwall, Addison Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2

Citations

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

Ann Scott1

F, #94486, b. 18 January 1795
  • Birth*: 18 January 1795; Cornwall, Addison Co., Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017. per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1,2

Citations

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

Aaron T. Scott1

M, #94487, b. 1772
  • Birth*: 1772; Vermont, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Trudy Hawley (thawley444@q.com) Marc h8 2017.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Lydia ?1

F, #94488, b. 1778, d. after 1860
  • Birth*: 1778; Connecticut, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Scott Cook (higherwayz@yahoo.com) March 8 2017.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1811; per GEDCOM of Scott Cook (higherwayz@yahoo.com) March 8 2017.; Principal=Asahel Scott1
  • Death*: after 1860; Lexington, Sanilac Co., Michigan, U.S.A.; per GEDCOM of Scott Cook (higherwayz@yahoo.com) March 8 2017.1
  • Married Name: circa 1811; Scott1

Family: Asahel Scott b. 7 Jan 1778, d. 1852

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Samuel Scott1

M, #94489, b. 3 May 1707, d. 28 October 1798
  • Birth*: 3 May 1707; Hatfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1731; Hatfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.; Principal=Elizabeth Richardson2
  • Death*: 28 October 1798; Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1

Family: Elizabeth Richardson b. 7 Apr 1711, d. 1751

Citations

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

Elizabeth Richardson1

F, #94490, b. 7 April 1711, d. 1751
  • Birth*: 7 April 1711; Marblehead, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 1731; Hatfield, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.; Principal=Samuel Scott1
  • Death*: 1751; Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of user545091 on ancestry.ca March 8 2017.1
  • Married Name: 1731; Scott1

Family: Samuel Scott b. 3 May 1707, d. 28 Oct 1798

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Samuel Hayter1

M, #94491, b. circa 1745
  • Birth*: circa 1745; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: before 1766; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Elizabeth ?1

Family: Elizabeth ? b. c 1745

Citations

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

Elizabeth ?1

F, #94492, b. circa 1745
  • Birth*: circa 1745; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: before 1766; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Samuel Hayter1
  • Married Name: before 1766; Hayter1

Family: Samuel Hayter b. c 1745

Citations

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

John Simcoe MacAulay1

M, #94493, b. 13 October 1791, d. 20 December 1855
  • Birth*: 13 October 1791; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 2 July 1825; Croydon, Surrey, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Anne Gee Elmsley1
  • Death*: 20 December 1855; Strood, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1

Family: Anne Gee Elmsley b. c 1803, d. 27 Dec 1861

Citations

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

Anne Gee Elmsley1

F, #94494, b. circa 1803, d. 27 December 1861
  • Birth*: circa 1803; York, York Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 2 July 1825; Croydon, Surrey, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=John Simcoe MacAulay1
  • Death*: 27 December 1861; Tonbridge, Kent, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Married Name: 2 July 1825; MacAulay1

Family: John Simcoe MacAulay b. 13 Oct 1791, d. 20 Dec 1855

Citations

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

John Elmsley1

M, #94495, b. 1762, d. 29 April 1805
  • Birth*: 1762; Marylebone, London, Middlesex, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 23 July 1796; London, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Mary Hallowell1
  • Death*: 29 April 1805; Quebec; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1

Family: Mary Hallowell b. c 1775, d. a 1831

Citations

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

Mary Hallowell1

F, #94496, b. circa 1775, d. after 1831
  • Birth*: circa 1775; Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 23 July 1796; London, England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=John Elmsley1
  • Death*: after 1831; England; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Married Name: 23 July 1796; Elmsley1

Family: John Elmsley b. 1762, d. 29 Apr 1805

Citations

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

Sarah Hayter MacAulay1

F, #94497, b. 3 March 1809, d. 24 August 1866
  • Birth*: 3 March 1809; Quebec; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 11 January 1831; York, York Co., Upper Canada; Date Jan 11 1831 & location York per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017. per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=John Solomon Cartwright1,2
  • Death*: 24 August 1866; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Ontario; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Married Name: 11 January 1831; Cartwright1

Family: John Solomon Cartwright b. 17 Sep 1804, d. 15 Jan 1845

Citations

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

John Solomon Cartwright1

M, #94498, b. 17 September 1804, d. 15 January 1845
  • Birth*: 17 September 1804; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; Date Sep 17 1804 & location Kingston per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.
    "Robert David Cartwright & John Solomon Cartwright were twins 17 September 1804 in Kingston Frontenac Ontario Canada" per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017.1,2
  • Marriage*: 11 January 1831; York, York Co., Upper Canada; Date Jan 11 1831 & location York per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017. per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Sarah Hayter MacAulay1,2
  • Death*: 15 January 1845; Rockwood, Kingston, Frontenac Co., Canada West; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Note: 1820; York, York Co., Upper Canada; "Cartwright was educated in the Midland District Grammar School at Kingston, and in 1820 he went to York to enter the law office of John Beverley Robinson*, attorney general of Upper Canada." per Biography of John Solomon Cartwright, Dictionary of Canadian Biographies - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_john_solomon_7E.html3
  • Residence*: October 1830; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "By the autumn of 1830 Cartwright had returned to Kingston, where he resumed his law practice 1830 Kingston" per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017.2
  • Note: May 1832; Midland District, Upper Canada; "In May 1832 he was elected a director of the newly formed Commercial Bank of the Midland District, and when the directors met they unanimously chose him president May 1832 Midland" per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017.2
  • Note: 1834; Kingston, Midland District, Upper Canada; "In 1834 he was appointed a judge of the Midland District Court; he was elected a bencher of the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1835 and in 1838 he was made a qc." per Biography of John Solomon Cartwright, Dictionary of Canadian Biographies - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_john_solomon_7E.html3
  • Note*: 1834; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "Event: In 1834 Cartwright had entered politics, contesting the seat of Lennox and Addington which was then held by the popular reformers Marshall Spring Bidwell and Peter Perry. He came in third Entered Politics 1834 Lennox and Addington" per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017.2
  • Note: 1836; Lennox & Addington Co., Upper Canada; "Elected to 13th Parliament of Upper Canada 1836 Representing Lennox & Addington" per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017.2
  • Note: July 1836; Kingston, Midland District, Upper Canada; "In 1834 Cartwright had entered politics, contesting the seat of Lennox and Addington which was then held by the popular reformers Marshall Spring Bidwell* and Peter Perry*. He came in third. He tried again in July 1836 with another tory, George Hill Detlor, and they beat the reformers soundly, with Cartwright taking 475 votes to Bidwell’s 370. From then until his death Cartwright represented the constituency in the assembly. He was an active member. He served on the finance committee, brought in various bills for legal reform, and sat on committees (all from 1837) concerning the Welland Canal, the improvement of the Trent River, and the survey of the Ottawa River; in 1839 he was chairman of a committee to select a site for a lunatic asylum at Kingston."3
  • Note: 1837; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "During the period of the rebellion Cartwright was a staunch supporter of the government. He was lieutenant-colonel commanding the 2nd Regiment of Lennox militia Rebellion of 1837 1837 Lennox" per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017.
  • Note: July 1838; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "During the period of the rebellion Cartwright was a staunch supporter of the government. He was lieutenant-colonel commanding the 2nd Regiment of Lennox militia and as such was a member of the court martial in November 1838 which tried the so-called Patriots captured at the battle of Windmill Point, including the unfortunate Nils von Schoultz. More cheerful duties were helping to obtain Kingston’s act of incorporation as a town, and in March 1838, as chairman of the Court of Quarter Sessions, setting up procedures for the election of a town council. The council unanimously elected him mayor, but he declined. However, he did compose and read the address of the town’s citizens to Lord Durham [Lambton] on the occasion of his brief visit of 21 July 1838." per Biography of John Solomon Cartwright, Dictionary of Canadian Biographies - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_john_solomon_7E.html3
  • Note: 1839; Macadamized Roard, Napanee, Lennox & Addington Co., Upper Canada; “The first macadamized road built in the province of Ontario was the portion of Dundas Street lying between Kingston and Napanee. This once magnificent highway was commenced in 1837 and completed in 1839. It was due to the enterprise of John Solomon Cartwright, then judge of the Midland District Court and member of the Legislative Assembly, that the plan of Governor Simcoe was revived, and the provincial government was induced to set apart $120,000 for the undertaking, which sum it was expected would be repaid from the tolls collected at the gates placed upon the road every five miles. The engineer in charge of its construction was James Cull, grandfather of Mrs. H. T. Forward and Mrs. Peter Bristol of Napanee. The work was well done, but the cost exceeded the estimate, so that it was necessary to obtain a further grant of $12,000 from the government in order to complete it." from History of the County of Lennox & Addington by Walter S. Herrington, pg. 157
  • Note: 13 January 1840; Toronto, York Co., Upper Canada; "By 1839 there was a widespread feeling in the province that major changes would have to be made in the system of government. When a select committee of the assembly recommended legislative union with Lower Canada, Cartwright proposed a set of resolutions designed to ensure English Canadian domination of any such arrangement. He believed that without these safeguards the British connection would be endangered. The terms of these resolutions, which became known as “the Cartwright conditions,” enabled a majority in the assembly to vote for union, on 30 March 1839. They were rejected, however, by the new governor-in-chief, Charles Edward Poulett Thomson (later Lord Sydenham) who demanded, and on 19 Dec. 1839 received, the assembly’s unconditional assent to union. Cartwright continued his effort to protect British institutions, and on 13 Jan. 1840 moved an address insisting on certain conditions. It was carried, and Thomson agreed, among other things, that English would be the only official language of record under the union." per Biography of John Solomon Cartwright, Dictionary of Canadian Biographies - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_john_solomon_7E.html3

Family: Sarah Hayter MacAulay b. 3 Mar 1809, d. 24 Aug 1866

  • Marriage*: 11 January 1831; York, York Co., Upper Canada; Date Jan 11 1831 & location York per GEDCOM of d (d.coombs@shaw.ca) March 10 2017. per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Sarah Hayter MacAulay1,2

Citations

  1. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  2. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  3. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.

Hon. Richard Cartwright1

M, #94499, b. 2 February 1759, d. 27 July 1815
  • Birth*: 2 February 1759; Albany, Abany Co., New York, U.S.A.; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Marriage*: 10 October 1784; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "CARTWRIGHT, RICHARD, businessman, office holder, judge, politician, militia officer, and author; b. 2 Feb. 1759 in Albany, N.Y., son of Richard Cartwright and Joanne Beasley; m. c. 1784 Magdalen Secord in Cataraqui (Kingston, Ont.), and they had eight children; d. 27 July 1815 in Kingston, Upper Canada." per Biography of Richard Cartwright in Dictinary of Canadian BIOs - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_richard_5E.html?print=1. per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.; Principal=Magdalen Secord1,2
  • Death*: 27 July 1815; Montreal, Quebec; per family tree of Donna Gagnon (The Cartwright Family Tree) on ancestry.ca, March 9, 2017.1
  • Residence*: 1784; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "He spent 1778 and 1779 on military expeditions into northern New York and gained experience in military provisioning while making valuable commercial contacts. In May 1780 he left the military to enter a partnership with Robert Hamilton. The following year Hamilton and
    Cartwright with the help of their principal suppliers, James MCGILL and Isaac TODD of Montreal – formed a partnership with John ASKIN of Detroit. All of these merchants were eager to tap not only the lucrative fur trade but also the supply of British garrisons. Cartwright’s movements for the next couple of years are difficult to trace, but
    by 1783 he may have been looking after the firm’s operations in eastern Upper Canada from a store on Carleton Island (N.Y.). In 1784 the partnership with Askin was amicably dissolved, and that same year or perhaps in 1785 Cartwright moved from Carleton Island to Cataraqui on the mainland. Shortly after moving, Cartwright married a member of a well-known loyalist family, Magdalen Secord, sister in-law of Laura
    [Ingersoll*]. She would provide her husband with eight children, unflagging devotion and love, and unquestioning support." per Biography of Richard Cartwright in Dictinary of Canadian BIOs - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_richard_5E.html?print=1.2
  • Note*: 1792; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "Cartwright had learned early in his business career that diversification and flexibility were absolutely essential if a reasonable profit was to be earned. His general store in Kingston has been accurately described as “the most important business centre” in the community. He also owned a blacksmith’s shop and a cooper’s shop in Kingston. In 1792 he purchased the government mills Robert Clark* had built at Napanee – 25 miles west of Kingston – and immediately enlarged them to increase the production of flour. The flour produced at Napanee was of unusually fine quality and within a few years Cartwright was sending it to Niagara and to Montreal. At Napanee, moreover, he constructed a large “Shop,” a sawmill, a fulling-mill, a distillery, and a “tavern and other buildings.” In 1815 he estimated that, for the 1806 to 1814 period, the operations in Napanee had “produced a profit of £11,011-19-8 equal to £1376-10 per Annum.” According to Cartwright, “few if any mercantile houses in Kingston have done business
    to equal advantage for the same time.” His profit from his Kingston businesses must have been at least as large as that from Napanee." per Biography of Richard Cartwright in Dictinary of Canadian BIOs - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_richard_5E.html?print=1.1
  • Note: 1799; Kingston, Frontenac Co., Upper Canada; "In 1799 Cartwright brought to Upper Canada a young Scottish teacher, John Strachan*, who was destined to educate many of the next generation of Upper Canadian leaders. A few years later, in 1805, Cartwright wrote a memorandum on education which resulted in a decision by the legislature to appropriate £400 for the purchase of scientific instruments for Strachan’s Cornwall school." per Biography of Richard Cartwright in Dictinary of Canadian BIOs - http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/cartwright_richard_5E.html?print=1.2

Family: Magdalen Secord b. 4 May 1764, d. 25 Jan 1827

Citations

  1. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  2. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.