Annie Murney1

F, #98744, b. 1848
  • Birth*: 1848; Canada West; Date 1848 & location UC per 1861 Census. Date 1846 & location Cda. per 1851 Census.1,2
  • Census*: 1851; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Age 5 at 1851 Census: see Edmund Murney1
  • Census: April 1861; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Age 13 at 1861 Census: see Edmund Murney2

Citations

  1. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  2. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Nina Murney1,2,3

F, #98745, b. 1850
  • Birth*: 1850; Canada West; Date 1840 & location UC per 1861 Census. Date 1848 & location Cda. per 1851 Census.2,3
  • Census*: 1851; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Age 3 at 1851 Census: see Edmund Murney2
  • Census: April 1861; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Age 11 at 1861 Census: see Edmund Murney3

Citations

  1. Nina per 1861 Census.
  2. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  3. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Nellie Murney1

F, #98746, b. 1853
  • Birth*: 1853; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Date 1853 & location UC per 1861 Census.1
  • Census*: April 1861; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Age 8 at 1861 Census: see Edmund Murney1

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Constance Murney1

F, #98747, b. 1855
  • Birth*: 1855; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Date 1855 & location UC per 1861 Census1
  • Census*: April 1861; Belleville, Hastings Co., Canada West; Age 6 at 1861 Census: see Edmund Murney1

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Benjamin Anderson1

M, #98748, b. 1699, d. 8 September 1792
  • Birth*: 1699; Bush Mills, Antrilm Co., Ireland; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 21 November 1734; Glouchester, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.; Principal=Hannah Wilson1
  • Death*: 8 September 1792; Cornwall, Upper Canada; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1

Family: Hannah Wilson b. 1709, d. 17 Dec 1793

Citations

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

Hannah Wilson1

F, #98749, b. 1709, d. 17 December 1793
  • Birth*: 1709; County Down, Ireland; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 21 November 1734; Glouchester, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.; Principal=Benjamin Anderson1
  • Death*: 17 December 1793; Cornwall, Upper Canada; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Married Name: 21 November 1734; Anderson1

Family: Benjamin Anderson b. 1699, d. 8 Sep 1792

Citations

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

Capt. Samuel Anderson1

M, #98750, b. 14 May 1739, d. 6 October 1836
  • Birth*: 14 May 1739; Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; Date 1738 per Loyalist List. Date May 14 1739 & location Boston per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1,2
  • Marriage*: 20 January 1762; Norwich-Lisbon, New London Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.; Principal=Prudentia Deliverance Butts1
  • Death*: 6 October 1836; Cornwall, Upper Canada; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Residence*: 1783; Cornwall, Quebec; "Anderson, Samuel of Cornwall. Capt. K. R. R. N. Y., m. Deliverance. He died in 1836, aged 98.; Ann, m. Lawrence McKay of Charlottenburgh. O.C. 22 July 1797; Mary, m. -- Donovan of Cornwall. O.C. 5 Jan 1798; Cyrus of Cornwall. O.C. 22 July 1797; James of Cornwall. b. 1781. O.C. 29 July 1797 & 11 Oct 1838; Joseph of Cornwall. U.E.; Ebenezer.; Elisha; John.; Thomas Gummersall of Cornwall, b. 12 Nov 1779. O.C. 26 Oct 1802; George of Cornwall, b. 1783. O.C. 25 July 1809 (Sons and Daughters of Americal Loyalists, pg. 7 - Samuel Anderson - ancestry.ca)2

Family: Prudentia Deliverance Butts b. 18 Aug 1743, d. 2 Jun 1824

Citations

  1. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  2. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

Prudentia Deliverance Butts1

F, #98751, b. 18 August 1743, d. 2 June 1824
  • Birth*: 18 August 1743; Canterbury, Windham Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 20 January 1762; Norwich-Lisbon, New London Co., Connecticut, U.S.A.; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.; Principal=Capt. Samuel Anderson1
  • Death*: 2 June 1824; Cornwall, Upper Canada; per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Married Name: 20 January 1762; Anderson1

Family: Capt. Samuel Anderson b. 14 May 1739, d. 6 Oct 1836

Citations

  1. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  2. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

John Anderson1

M, #98752, b. 7 March 1784, d. 8 October 1804
  • Birth*: 7 March 1784; Cornwall, Quebec; Date Mar 7 1784 & location Cornwall per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018. John per Loyalist List - Capt. Samuel Anderson of Cornwall.
    Note: Technically Upper Canada did not exist yet - until 1792. It was still the Province or Colony of Quebec.1,2
  • Death*: 8 October 1804; Near Presqu'ile Point, Newcastle Dist., Upper Canada; John Adnerson was a passenger on H. M. S. Speedy when it was lost in a storm off Presqu'ile Point on October 8, 1804. Date Oct 8 1804 & location Presqu'ile per family tree of Devon_Loves_History on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Note*: circa 1804; Cornwall, Stormont Co., Upper Canada; J. F. Pringle is the author of "Lunenburgh or the Old Eastern District (Eastern Ontario)", published in 1889, which provides major info re early eastern Ontario history, in particular that of Cornwall. J. F. Pringle is Jacob Farrand Pringle (1816-1901), son of Capt. James Pringle. His mother was Ann Margaret Anderson, a daughter of Lieut. Joseph Anderson who was a brother of John Anderson, the law student lost on the Speedy in 1804.

Citations

  1. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  2. [S29] Loyalist Lists.

? ?1

F, #98753, b. circa 1750, d. circa 1790
  • Birth*: circa 1750; per BIO of Neil McLean.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1785; Kingston, Upper Canada; per BIO of Neil McLean.; Principal=Neil McLean1
  • Death*: circa 1790; per BIO of Neil McLean.1
  • Married Name: circa 1785; McLean1

Family: Neil McLean b. c 1735, d. 1 Sep 1795

Citations

  1. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.

Robert Hamilton1

M, #98754, b. 14 September 1753, d. 8 March 1809
  • Birth*: 14 September 1753; Bolton, Scotland; Date Sep 14 1753 & location Bolton, Scotand per BIO. Date Sep 14 1753 & location Bolton, East Lothian, Scotland per Findagrave.1,3
  • Marriage*: 1785; Quebec; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html); Principal=Catherine Askin1
  • Marriage*: 1796; Queenston, Upper Canada; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html); Principal=Maria Herkimer1
  • Death*: 8 March 1809; Queenston, Upper Canada; "Robert Hamilton died on 8 March 1809 after a prolonged illness. His passing was accorded the respect owed by his community to its most prominent citizen. “His funeral, as you may imagine, was attended by a vast concourse,” wrote a former tutor of the Hamilton children, “and since the first settlement of the country nothing of this kind has occurred to occasion so much real sorrow.” Hamilton’s enterprises survived him only for the remarkably brief span of three years. The pillars of his commercial edifice, provisioning and portaging, had been cracking in the last decade of his life. After 1800 army provisioning had become progressively less significant in the local economy with the opening of an export market in Lower Canada. This development stimulated major competition to Hamilton’s firm from men such as James Crooks* and Richard Hatt and slowly lowered its effectiveness. Again, after 1800, portaging became less profitable with the decline of fur-trading activity, most notably in the southwest. Military shipping also declined as agricultural output in the vicinity of the army posts became sufficient to supply garrisons’ needs. Finally, the establishment of a powerful and well-financed portaging rival on the American side of the Niagara River exacerbated Hamilton’s situation.
    His heavy investment in land and extensive use of credit in his retail operation made it difficult for Hamilton to offset his declining profits in portaging and provisioning. This situation was complicated after his death by the ineptitude of his heirs, the coming of the War of 1812, and a complex will that virtually froze the assets of his estate until 1823. Although some of his sons such as Alexander*, George*, and John* rose in time to be successful entrepreneurs, office holders, and public figures in the higher echelons of Upper Canadian society, none succeeded to the social and political predominance that his enterprises had made Robert Hamilton’s prerogative." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)1
  • Burial*: 10 March 1809; Hamilton Family Burial Ground, Queenston, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; Findagrave: Name: Judge Robert Hamilton; Birth: 14 Sep 1753, East Lothian, Scotland; Death: 8 Mar 1809 (aged 55), Queenston; Burial: Hamilton Family Burial Ground, Queenston, Niagara Dist., Ont.; ID: 74420670 (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74420670)3
  • Residence*: 1784; Queenston, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; "Some time in 1784 or 1785 Hamilton established himself at Niagara, and shortly thereafter began building a residence and shop at what was to become Queenston (Ont.). Cartwright established himself at Cataraqui (Kingston, Ont.). By the late 1780s, according to one observer, they became agents for the shipping of all private goods on Lake Ontario. This thriving trade required extensive transportation facilities beyond the means of small up-country merchants such as Hamilton. Fortunately, capital was provided and construction undertaken both by leading Montreal merchants and by the British military. It was the good luck of Hamilton that his suppliers, Todd and McGill, were the first to build a major private vessel on the lake after the war. He then became the Niagara agent for the 120-ton Lady Dorchester, built in 1788, as well as for Todd and McGill’s second ship, the 137-ton Governor Simcoe, built in 1794. Their monopoly of private shipping ended that same year but the enterprise continued to be profitable thereafter. The transportation infrastructure – storehouses, wharfs, and portages – was built by the military, and initially Hamilton was able to use army facilities for his own carrying business. The profits he realized from the carrying trade while the local economy remained depressed and primitive provided a solid base for expansion of his enterprises and his subsequent rise to prominence." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)1
  • Residence: 1791; Queenston, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; "In his private affairs, Hamilton adopted to the full the lifestyle of a gentleman. In 1791, when others in the peninsula might be considering the construction of their first permanent homes, Hamilton began to build an impressive Georgian mansion. Perched on the escarpment, high above the Niagara River at Queenston, the house with its two-storey greystone façade, side wings, and covered galleries, rose incongruously above its modest wooden neighbours and the pioneer clearings. Hamilton entertained lavishly at his home and his guests included Prince Edward Augustus, who, in 1792, stopped there for refreshment during his visit to the falls at Niagara. Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe [Gwillim*], wife of the lieutenant governor, was a constant companion of Mrs Hamilton. Surrounding his home, Hamilton kept a fairly extensive farm, a practice that reinforced his public image as a man of the landed gentry. He and his children showed a marked respect for books and learning. To indicate his own status and to prepare his offspring for their future social roles, Hamilton was assiduous in their education; all received their higher education in Scotland." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)1
  • Note: 1796; St. Catharines, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; "In 1796, Col. Robert Hamilton deeded land near the confluence of Twenty Mile Creek and Dick's Creek, for a "church at St. Catharines", thereby (and effectively) establishing the name for the small but growing Loyalist village after his beloved wife Catherine Askin Hamilton, who had died the previous year while he was absent on business in Scotland. Today, the city of St. Catharines is a busy municipality at the mouth of the Welland Canal, just north of both Niagara Falls, Ontario and Niagara Falls, New York State. It has a metropolitan population of nearly 400,000, making it the largest city in Canada's Niagara Region and the sixth largest urban area in Ontario." from Findagrave (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74420654/catharine-hamilton)



    Mother of 11700757 George Hamilton, founder of the City of Hamilton, Wentworth County, Ontario3
  • Note*: 1796; Queenston, Upper Canada; "Towards the end of his administration Simcoe increasingly acknowledged the legitimate and, indeed, the necessary influence of merchants on the economy and even on the politics of the colony. One signal of this change was his appointment in 1796 of Hamilton as lieutenant of the county of Lincoln, the most important office in the region [see Hazelton Spencer]. After Simcoe’s administration Hamilton’s interest in legislative politics declined sharply. The major conflict had been between officials and entrepreneurs over their respective powers and prerogatives. Now that those battles had been fought and the relationship between the political and economic élites had been defined to his satisfaction, Hamilton, from being a frequent opponent of government, became a staunch, if generally quiescent, supporter of it." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)
    Date 1796 per family tree of RLGJEG on ancestry.ca, Feb 14 2019.1,2
  • Note: circa 1800; Queenston, Upper Canada; "Hamilton exercised immediate personal control over patronage within his own area from the establishment of the Nassau District in 1788 until his death. When he became lieutenant of the county of Lincoln he had the right to appoint or recommend justices of the peace and to nominate militia officers. Moreover, he had great power over the selection for offices in the whole area west of York (Toronto). By his use of a potent combination of political and economic influence, he was able to place his sons, his cousins, and the whole second generation of the Askin family in official as well as commercial posts. Hamilton was not part of any local compact of office holders nor did he stand in a client-patron relationship to a provincial “family compact.” His power over patronage rested largely on his own local influence. So far as it did depend upon the provincial political structure, it rested squarely upon his personal connection with the lieutenant governors. His most profitable association in this regard was with Peter Hunter. Of the 13 appointments outside his own district that Hamilton influenced, 8 were made during Hunter’s administration. Indeed, the reformer Robert Thorpe* complained of the “scotch pedlars” who “had insinuated themselves into favour with General Hunter . . . there is a chain of them linked from Halifax to Quebec, Montreal, Kingston, York, Niagara & so onto Detroit. . . .” Thorpe labelled these Scots a “Shopkeeper Aristocracy.” As he implied, Hunter was connected to many of the merchants by their Scottish origins. He had served as an officer in British North America in the immediate post-revolutionary period when links between the military and the Laurentian traders were especially strong. He had been commandant at Fort Niagara in 1788 and, from 1789 to 1791, he had served at Montreal. During this period he became acquainted with a number of merchants and maintained these relationships up to his return to the province in 1799 as lieutenant governor." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)1
  • Note: 1806; Queenston, Upper Canada; "In his later years Hamilton’s immediate concerns were to protect and nurture the patronage and influence obtained from the provincial government, for himself and his connections, and to defend his interests in the regional politics of the peninsula. He was, however, less successful in the politics of his own area than in provincial politics and patronage. Indeed, the privileges Hamilton and the merchants associated with him derived from outside contacts fuelled popular resentment. Hostility to monopoly which had first broken out in 1791 reached its peak in 1799 and 1800. A proposal by Hamilton, Clark, and George Forsyth to make extensive improvements to the Niagara portage, to be financed by higher charges, caused a local furore and resulted in a massive petitioning campaign. This hostility to the merchants carried over into the election of 1800, when loyalist officers such as Ralfe Clench* and office holders such as Isaac Swayze* campaigned successfully against the merchants’ candidates and excluded them from seats in the peninsula. Hamilton, however, in conjunction with his cousins and other connections such as John Warren and Thomas Welch, was able to secure the election of Surveyor General David William Smith* in the riding of Norfolk, Oxford and Middlesex. The division between the major merchants and the coalition of officers, office holders, and petty merchants diminished after 1806 with the rise of a parliamentary opposition, usually associated with Thorpe, William Weekes, and Joseph Willcocks. The perceived radicalism of this group drove the merchants and their former opponents together in common cause against their radical foes." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)1

Family 1: Catherine Askin b. 1762, d. Dec 1795

  • Marriage*: 1785; Quebec; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html); Principal=Catherine Askin1

Family 2: Maria Herkimer b. 13 Apr 1769, d. 26 Jan 1808

  • Marriage*: 1796; Queenston, Upper Canada; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html); Principal=Maria Herkimer1

Citations

  1. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  3. [S128] FindAGrave, online unknown url.

Catherine Askin1

F, #98755, b. 1762, d. December 1795
  • Birth*: 1762; Larbre Croche, Michigan, U.S.A.; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html)
    Date 1762 & location Larbre Croche, Michigan per family tree of AJaneGoodwin46 on ancestry.ca, Jan 7 2019.1,2
  • Marriage*: circa 1782; "Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson" per BIO of Robert Hamilton, Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
    http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html.; Principal=Samuel Robertson1
  • Marriage*: 1785; Quebec; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html); Principal=Robert Hamilton1
  • Death*: December 1795; Queenston, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; Date 1795 per Findagrave. per BIO of Robert Hamilton. Date Dec 1796 & location Queenston per family tree of AJaneGoodwin46 on ancestry.ca, Jan 7 2019.1,3,2
  • Burial*: December 1795; Hamilton Family Burial Ground, Queenston, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; Findagrave: Name: Catharine Hamilton ne Askin; Birth: unknown; Death: 1795, Queenston; Burial: Hamilton Family Buria lGround, Queenston; ID: 74420654 (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/74420654/catharine-hamilton) per family tree of AJaneGoodwin46 on ancestry.ca, Jan 7 2019.3,2
  • Married Name: circa 1782; Robertson1
  • Married Name: 1785; Hamilton1

Family 1: Samuel Robertson b. c 1760, d. 1782

  • Marriage*: circa 1782; "Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson" per BIO of Robert Hamilton, Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
    http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html.; Principal=Samuel Robertson1

Family 2: Robert Hamilton b. 14 Sep 1753, d. 8 Mar 1809

  • Marriage*: 1785; Quebec; "HAMILTON, ROBERT, businessman, politician, judge, and office holder; b. 14 Sept. 1753 in Bolton, Scotland, son of John Hamilton and Jean Wight; m. first 1785 Catherine Askin, widow of Samuel Robertson, and they had five sons; m. secondly c. 1797 Mary Herkimer, widow of Neil McLean, and they had three sons and a daughter; d. 8 March 1809 in Queenston, Upper Canada." Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Robert Hamilton (http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hamilton_robert_5E.html); Principal=Robert Hamilton1

Citations

  1. [S129] Dictionary Cdn BIOs, online unknown url.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  3. [S128] FindAGrave, online unknown url.

John Hamilton1

M, #98756, b. 1802, d. 12 October 1882
  • Birth*: 1802; Queenston, Niagara Dist., Upper Canada; per family tree of mlhinkley on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 26 May 1829; Hillsborough, Down Co., Ireland; per family tree of mlhinkley on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.; Principal=Mary Creighton1
  • Marriage*: circa 1834; per family tree of GordonCole on ancestry.ca, Jan 7 2019.; Principal=Frances McPherson1
  • Death*: 12 October 1882; Kingston, Frontanc Co., Ontario; per family tree of mlhinkley on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1

Family 1: Mary Creighton b. 26 Sep 1807, d. 3 Dec 1899

Family 2: Frances McPherson b. c 1810

Citations

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

Mary Creighton1

F, #98757, b. 26 September 1807, d. 3 December 1899
  • Birth*: 26 September 1807; Saintfield, Down Co., Ireland; per family tree of mlhinkley on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 26 May 1829; Hillsborough, Down Co., Ireland; per family tree of mlhinkley on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.; Principal=John Hamilton1
  • Death*: 3 December 1899; Daniel, Wasatch Co., Utah, U.S.A.; per family tree of mlhinkley on ancestry.ca, Nov 6 2018.1
  • Married Name: 26 May 1829; Hamilton1

Family: John Hamilton b. 1802, d. 12 Oct 1882

Citations

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

Sherman Dewey1,2,3

M, #98758, b. 5 December 1884, d. 28 May 1886

  • Birth*: 5 December 1884; Ontario; Date Dec 5 1884 per Memorial - age 17m 25d at death May 28 1886. Date May 1885 per CemSearch - age 1 year at death May 28 1886.2,3
  • Death*: 28 May 1886; Brighton Twp., Smithfield, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Date May 28 1886 per CemSearch.2
  • Burial*: 30 May 1886; Smith Cemetery, Brighton Twp., Smithfield, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Memorial: (See Exhibit) Sherman; Died; May 28, 1886; Aged: 17 Months; & 25 d's; Son of; G. W. & E. Dewey (Smith Cemetery, Smithfield, Sep 23 2005 - several old memorials are fastened to a brick wall, in the back yard of a resident on south side of Smith Street, just west of the creek.)
    CemSearch: Name: Sherman Dewey; Born: - ; Died: May 28 1886; Age: 1; Note: Son of G. W. & E. Dewey; No other names; Cemetery: Smith Cemetery, Smithfield, Brighton Twp., no longer in use, stones on wall behind home near creek, south side of Smith St. (http://www.cemsearch.ca/burial/?action=selectionList&choiceBurialID=3540#)2,3

Citations

  1. Sherman Dewey per Memorial & CemSearch.
  2. [S39] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S15] Unknown author, Tombstone Inscription.

George Johnson Dewey1,2

M, #98759, b. 1 April 1828, d. circa 1896
  • Birth*: 1 April 1828; De Kalb, St. Lawrence Co., New York, U.S.A.; Date Apr 1 1828 & location De Kalb, St. Lawrence Co., NY per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.2
  • Marriage*: 4 March 1855; Canada West; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.; Principal=Melissa Jane Davis2
  • Death*: circa 1896; Brighton, Northumerland Co., Ontario2

Family: Melissa Jane Davis b. 11 Jun 1836, d. 13 Mar 1890

Citations

  1. George Johnson Dewey per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Melissa Jane Davis1

F, #98760, b. 11 June 1836, d. 13 March 1890
  • Birth*: 11 June 1836; Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 4 March 1855; Canada West; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.; Principal=George Johnson Dewey1
  • Death*: 13 March 1890; Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Married Name: 4 March 1855; Dewey1

Family: George Johnson Dewey b. 1 Apr 1828, d. c 1896

Citations

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

Elizabeth Van Dusen1

F, #98761, b. 16 August 1804, d. 6 June 1833
  • Birth*: 16 August 1804; Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 12 June 1828; Upper Canada; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.; Principal=James Davis1
  • Death*: 6 June 1833; Thurlow Twp., Hastings Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Married Name: 12 June 1828; Davis1

Family: James Davis b. 20 Aug 1785, d. 17 Jul 1861

Citations

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

William Rightmyer1

M, #98762, b. circa 1760, d. 13 May 1836
  • Birth*: circa 1760; Katsbaan, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 16 June 1782; Saugerties, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.; Principal=Deborah Fierer Fiero1
  • Death*: 13 May 1836; Picton, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1

Family: Deborah Fierer Fiero b. 12 Apr 1762, d. 16 Aug 1841

Citations

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

Deborah Fierer Fiero1

F, #98763, b. 12 April 1762, d. 16 August 1841
  • Birth*: 12 April 1762; Katsbaan, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Marriage*: 16 June 1782; Saugerties, Ulster Co., New York, U.S.A.; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.; Principal=William Rightmyer1
  • Death*: 16 August 1841; Picton, Prince Edward Co., Canada West; per family tree of mcgrathk110 on ancestry.ca, Nov 8 2018.1
  • Married Name: 16 June 1782; Rightmyer1

Family: William Rightmyer b. c 1760, d. 13 May 1836

Citations

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