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Pidgeon, John J., age 86, passed away May 28, 2004 in Sun City Center, FL.

Born in Brooklyn NY, he graduated West Point Class of 1940 and served in the US Army 30 years before retiring in Monterey.

Colonel Pidgeon is survived by his wife Elaine, son John Alexander, daughter Elizabeth Ann, and niece Patricia Connolly.

A graveside service with honors will be held at Golden Gate National Cemetery Friday July 30th at 12:30pm; Section CA #1041. In lieu of flowers, send contributions to the Freedom Plaza Scholarship Fund, 1010 American Eagle Blvd, Sun City Center, FL 33573. Published in The Monterey Herald on July 30, 2004 
PIDGEON, Col. John Joseph (I3894179)
 
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Renfrew Mercury Mar 19 1880
Hotel - Mr McCoy, the genial and popular proprietor of Dufferin House, left Douglas today, to open Crawford House at Cobden. We congratulate Cobden on its prospect of having one good hotel. Mr McCoy intends to keep the "Dufferin" open for some time.
Renfrew Mercury Mar 19 1880
Removal - Mr & Mrs Tierney, the proprietors of Crawford House, left Cobden on Monday to take up a private residence in Pembroke. Mr John McCoy, of Dufferin House, Douglas, has rented the Crawford House and intends to run a first class hotel.

Died Cobden, Mar 5 1908, mr. John McCoy, proprietor of the McCoy House, Co bden for 30 years. He contracted a cold, which developed into pheumonia w ith fatal results. Survive by his widow, 2 sons and a dau 
MCCOY, John (I40279991)
 
3 CROZIER, Edna (Bulmer) In Renfrew Victoria Hospit al on Friday,
January 21, 2000 in her 95th year. She was predecea sed by her
husband Chris Crozier of Cobden in 1962. She is sur vived by two
daughters, Leith and her husband Joe Whitty of S t. Catharines and
Sheryl and her husband Kent Anderson of Gilmour, gr andchildren,
Ken and Janice Whitty, David and Nancy Whitty, Jo hn and Nancy
Whitty, Douglas and Karen Whitty, Richard and Jan et Whitty,
Patricia and John Gailer, Peter and Susan Anderso n, Ruth and
Michael Peters and 20 great-grandchildren. Also sur vived by 1
sister Margaret Burwell, brothers Keith Bulmer a nd his wife
Margaret, Stewart Bulmer and his wife Etta, and sis ters-in-law
Rene Bulmer, Laura Crozier, Beth Plaunt and Minnet ta Collins.
Predeceased by brothers Clarence Bulmer and his wi fe Doris, Bill
Bulmer and wife Marion, Harris Bulmer, Milton Burwe ll, Sam
Crozier, Allan Plaunt, Alva Collins, Jack Crozier a nd his wife
Josephine. Friends may call at the Fraser-Morr is & Heubner
Funeral Home, Cobden, Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. Ser vice in
Grace United Church, Cobden Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Spr ing
interment in Cobden Union Cemetery. As expressio ns of sympathy,
donations may be made to the Memorial Fund of Gra ce United
Church. 1911 Census Ross Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents 
BULMER, Edna Mae (I49221438)
 
4 From: Mrs May Prange
To: Fay Bennett Dear Fay: Do you have a copy of Caroline Heald's book "Irish Palatines in Ontario?

If you refer to Timberline of June 1994 you will see an article on the Young family and the two tombstones, where it lists Andrew Young's parents as John Young and Mary Crip(p)s.

In the petition from Andrew Young to the Secretary of State for the Colonial Department, London, England he writes on behalf of himself and other families, and one of the other families is "Samuel Lowes, wife and eleven in family" PERHAPS he is a brother of Mary, Mrs. Andrew Young.

Caroline Heald says on page 103 that "Samuel Lowes' wife is a Comba"

also on page 82 that he settled on lot 5 con 7 Pakenham Tp, known as Cedar Hill. Samuel is a brother of Andrew and David. 
LOWE, Mary (I215)
 
5 1851 Census Ross Twp. BROWN, Elizabeth (I49220447)
 
6 1851 Census Ross Twp. with parents BROWN, William (I49220445)
 
7 1851 Census Ross Twp. with parents BROWN, Jean (I49220444)
 
8 1851 Census Ross Twp. with parents BROWN, Louisa (I49220450)
 
9 1851 Census Ross Twp. with parents BrownAlexander26RossIrelandAlexander Brown Mary BrownMo orEsther33LitchfieldIrelandGeorge Moor C. Moor1 858December 27Westmeath RossEdmund Ross Richard Th omas BROWN, Alexander (I49220452)
 
10 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p26 film t6365 22 GOULD Wm John M 1891-27 married - Ont Ire Ire Methodist farmer 23 GOULD { ? } Catherine J F 1891-24 married wife Ont Ire Ont Methodist
note: sex difficult to read due to overwrite on original document
!Source: 1. 1871 Census Ross Twp.with parents 1911 Census Ross Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with family 
PEEVER, Catherine Jane (I49218665)
 
11 !ages: marriage reg: Peter 30; Caroline 30 in 1884 MCMILLAN, Peter (I49221655)
 
12 !BIRTH:ADOPTED
!HOME: WAWOTA SASK 
BEST, Eva (I49220638)
 
13 !Born Westmeath twp. and moved to Chapleau, on abt turn of century. His family was raised in Chapleau and some remain there. They moved to Espanola abt 1941 as he was Regimental Sergeant Major of the German Prisoner of War Camp in Espanola. He was at Vimy Ridge and was decorated by the Pres. of France. BYCE, Henry Charles (I25426163)
 
14 !Death jun 28 1868(May Prange) PLUMMER, Anne Jane (I267)
 
15 !HOme: Hastings near Combermere STUART, John (I49220326)
 
16 !HOme: of Opining, Dis Nipissing, 1901 of Castleford 1907 OATTES, George Wright (I49222219)
 
17 !info from Walter Brown THRASHER, Ida May (I49219313)
 
18 !marriage: 1. Reg No. 010653-83
!by Rev.J.B.Robison, by license; witnesses: Donald Dewar of Bromley and Mary Ann Guest of Ross; both presbyterian(1) 
DEWAR, William John (I108)
 
19 !MARRIED TO F. BLACKWELL-LIKELY FRANK AND SHE IS SARAH MCMULLEN, Sarah Jane (I49220868)
 
20 !not in 1871 census BLACKWELL, Elizabeth (I49219489)
 
21 !Obit: moved to Brampton in 1963 from New Liskeard. Wroked for CPR and d ominion Glass BENNETT, Charles Harris (I1858299)
 
22 !OF BRANDON MAN. CARR, Earl Thomas (I49219616)
 
23 !Soruce: 1. bmd renfrew mercury paper date aug 26 19211 ELLIOTT, Eva Ellen (I49219971)
 
24 !Source: 1. 1871 census ross twp with parents nipissing.sudbury p10 film t6355 22 ELLIOT George M 1891-29 married - Ont Ire Ire Meth grocer retail
son of ELLIOT Dawson and { ? } Eliza 23 ELLIOT { GIBBONS } Jesse F 1891-26 married wife Ont USA Scot Meth
dtr of GIBBONS John and HALLIDAY Jane
George and Jesse married 1890 @ca.on.renfrew.horton 24 GIBBONS John B. M 1891-63 widower father-in-law USA Eng Scot CPres contact allan@tyenet.com if you have Eliza's maiden name | 
ELLIOTT, George M (I49219985)
 
25 !SOURCE: 1. BMD INDEX PEMBROKE OBSERVER JUL 3 1874
2. vital stats marriage reg no 008090 
LEACH, William Thomas (I230)
 
26 !Source: 1. bmd renfrew mercury paper date apr 23 1915 TAYLOR, Sarah (I49219713)
 
27 !source: 1. bmd renfrew mercury paper date aug 30 1907

Death Notices & Obituaries from The Eganville Leader 1914-1921 aug 23 1907 paper Died at Wilberforce, Jane Turner, Mrs. Robert Martin, 77. Buried at St. J ohn's cem. 
TURNER, Jane (I49221740)
 
28 !Source: 1. founding families of wilberforce twp. DUNLOP, John (I49221352)
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I49218861)
 
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I49220494)
 
31 !SOURCE: 1. ROACH FAMILY BY LACEY ROACH(UOVGG LIB)
2. renfrew co. reg 1858-1869
3. info from Walter Brown
4. 1871 Census Ross Twp. irish farmer
!Marriage: sep 6 1865(3)
!Names in reg: William Roche and Mary Ann Honack 1881 Census Place:Ross, Renfrew North, Ontario, Canada Source:FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 114 SubDist H Div 1 Pa ge 19 Family 69 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace William ROACHMM37IrishOntario Occ:FarmerReligion:Roman Catholic Hester ROACHFM35IrishOntario Religion:Roman Catholic Thos. ROACHM15IrishOntario Occ:Farmer SonReligion:Roman Catholic James ROACHM11IrishOntario Religion:Roman Catholic Christena ROACHF6IrishOntario Religion:Roman Catholic William ROACHM2IrishOntario Religion:Roman Catholic 
ROACH, William (I49220080)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I49218739)
 
33 !SOURCE: 1.
2. INFORMATION FROM JOHN M GRAHAM 
HARVEY, Janet (I49220183)
 
34 !SOURCE: 1. THE JOHNSTON FAMILY TREE BY GEORGE BENNETT
2. 1871 census ross twp with mom and sibllings
3. Info from DAve Johnston
!HOme: moved to Winnipeg Manitoba(3)
!PARENTS: SAME AS FRANK MOXAM SPOUSE OF MARY ANN BENNETT(1) MOXAM 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 070 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p15,16 film t6365 24 MOXAM Emmanuel M 1891-36 married - Ont Que Ire Methodist ?
caution: unable to read occupation due to darkness of original doc 25 MOXAM ? Annie F 1891-38 married wife Ont Ire Ire Methodist 1 MOXAM Mary F 1891-13 - dtr Ont Ont Ont Methodist 2 MOXAM Susanah D F 1891-11 - dtr Ont Ont Ont Methodist 3 MOXAM William M 1891-8 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist 4 MOXAM John M 1891-8 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist 5 MOXAM Francis M 1891-5 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist 6 MOXAM Annie C F 1891-3 - dtr Ont Ont Ont Methodist 7 MOXAM Robert Carl M 1891-1 - son Ont Ont Ont Methodist Census Place:Ross, Renfrew North, Ontario, Canada 1881 Source:FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 114 SubDist H Div 2 Pa ge 33 Family 133 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace Mannerly MOXIMMM25EnglishO Occ:LaborerReligion:Presbyterian Canada Ann MOXIMFM29IrishO Religion:Presbyterian Canada Mary MOXIMF3EnglishO Religion:Presbyterian Canada Susanna MOXIMF1EnglishO Religion:Presbyterian Canada moved to Winnipeg in 1906 after 3 of their 9 children had moved there. Worked as carpenter. His brother married his wife's cousin Curry Steadman 1881 Census Place:Ross, Renfrew North, Ontario, Canada Source:FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 114 SubDist H Div 2 Pa ge 33 Family 133 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace Mannerly MOXIMMM25EnglishO Occ:LaborerReligion:Presbyterian Canada Ann MOXIMFM29IrishO Religion:Presbyterian Canada Mary MOXIMF3EnglishO Religion:Presbyterian Canada Susanna MOXIMF1EnglishO Religion:Presbyterian Canada 
MOXAM, Emanuel (I49221538)
 
35 !SOURCE: 1. 100 BIRTHDAY COBDEN SUN DEC 11 1996 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario with parents ROLLINS, Sarah Edna (Sadie) (I49220655)
 
36 !Source: 1. 1851 Census Ross Twp.
2. info from Willis Burwell
!NOTE: A ISABELLA BRYSON, WIFE OF ALEXANDER THOMSON 1801-1872 IS ALSO BURIED IN ROSS CEM., AND WAS A NATIVE OF PAISLEY SCOTLAND In the family information handed down to me Agnes Bryson is said to be La dy Bryson but she fell in love and married the butler, James Black. In my research with the LDS IGI, I have found quite good information on Ag nes Bryson and James Black who were born and raised in the parish of Old K ilpatrick, Scotland (near Glascow). The IGI indicates that Agnes was prob ably the illegitimate daughter of James Bryson. Also the IGI indicates th at Agnes was about 6 months pregnant when she got married to James Blac k. Baptism: November 16, 1808 Burial: Ross Cemetery Emigration Date: 1842 (2) BLACK 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 065 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p15 film t6365 7 BLACK John M 1891-63 married - Scot Scot Scot Presbyterian farmer 8 BLACK ? Agnes F 1891-50 married wife Ont Scot Ire Presbyterian 9 BLACK ? Agnes F 1891-82 widow mother Scot Scot Scot Presbyterian 1861 CENSUS ROSS TWP BLACK James farmer Scot 1827CS 54M married
John labourer Scot CS 33M
William labourer Scot CS 16M
Janey Can CS 14F
Agnes wife Scot CS 52F married
Mirin Can CS 11F
Elizabeth Can CS 8F
George trader Scot 1851CS 27M married
Ann E wife Scot CS 26F married
James Can CS 4M
John W Can CS 2M CRANS George shoemaker Ire CE 19M Stray BLACK Peter shoemaker Scot CS 21M Stray CONNERS John shoemaker Ire CE 22M Stray BLACK David labourer Scot CS 19M Stray PIORIOR Alfred labourer Que RC 19M Stray GRANT Janey Scot CS 19F Stray

1901 census ross twp emigrated 1842; dob nov 4 1808 living with son John


Author: ann Da te: 17 Oct 2002 9:07 PM GMT
Classification: Query
In Reply to: Re: Black, Little, Bulmer, Bryson by: Kelsie Mortens en

Yes definitely the same picture. Did you know that the family castle(Bul mer) in England was
only held until 1537. Then the family picked the wrong side and lost t he castle, lands and their
lives. Sir John was hung and his wife Lady Margaret was burned at the st ake! I quess it pays to
be on the winning side back then for sure. After the loss of lands the B ulmers became farmers
in Yorkshire before coming to Canada. Ed Bulmer 1787-1861 and his wife M argaret Askan
1797-1858 left Thursk in Yorkshire in late 1830's and eventually settl ed in Kerr Line. Margaret
was the first person buried in Ross Presbyterian Cemetery. Their son Edw ard 1831-1910 and
his wife Eliza Jane Elliott 1837-1900 had 7 children one of whom w as my grandfather-Edward
Binns who married Margaret Black. my mother-Vivienne Bulmer-daught er of preceeding
named.
Agnes Bryson said to be a Lady-eloped with James Black-family coachm an or butler(not sure).
They were both born and raised in parish of Old Kipatrick,Scotland. Agn es was probably an
illegimate daughter of James Bryson. She was 6 months pregnant when s he married James
Black.
According to family legend Magaret McKay climbed out a window with a f ew clothes and met
William Black at the bridge and went home with him. Margaret was Cathol ic and Wm was
Protestant! William's mother Agnes wouldn't have anything to do with Mar garet or her children.
Some said that John Wm's brother helped Margaret climb out the window a nd had carried notes
for them.Wm Black who was the son of James Black and Agnes Bryson was t he Great
Grandfather of myself. We do not have the mother of Agnes Bryson just fa thers name. Henry
Black married a Mary McQueen who fathered James Black who fathered Wm Bl ack who
fathered my Grandmother.
It is interesting to see where the names come from. 
BRYSON, Lady Agnes (I3135)
 
37 !Source: 1. 1851 Census Ross Twp. 1861 census: "ALLEN","Spenser","farmer","USA",1829,"CS",62,"M","married",, ,"Margaret","wife","Ire",,"CS",48,"F","married",, ,"Robert","labourer","Can",,"CS",26,"M",,, ,"Rachel",,"Can",,"CS",20,"F",,, ,"Jane",,"Can",,"CS",18,"F",,, ,"James","labourer","Can",,"CS",16,"M",,, ,"Elisabeth",,"Can",,"CS",12,"F",,, ,"Margaret",,"Can",,"CS",10,"F",,, ,"Malinda",,"Can",,"CS",8,"F",,, ,"William O",,"Can",,"CS",6,"M",,, "POTTER","William",,"Ire",,"CS",60,"M",,"stray", ALLEN, Spencer (I2251)
 
38 !Source: 1. 1851 Census Ross Twp. 1871 ALLEN, ROBERT C. M 92SCOTLAND CS P.5 SCOTCH FARMER MARGT F 1799 SCOTLAND CS P.5 POTTER, Margaret (I49220843)
 
39 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS WESTMEATH TWP. ROLL C11751
2. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
3. 1861 CENSUS WESTMEATH TWP. ROLL C1070
4. GRAVESTONE-PEMBROKE PRESBYTERIAN CEMETARY
5. 1901 CENSUS-ALICE TWP.
6. VITAL STATISTICS 1871
!DOB: (2); LISTED AS AGE 2 IN 1851(1); AGE 11 IN 1861(3)
10 MAR 1850(5)
!PLACE OF BIRTH: CANADA WEST(1); UPPER CANADA (3)

!BAPTISED BY REV. MR. HOUSE (METHODIST)

!MARRIAGE:STEWART JARDINE AGE 25 BACHELOR FARMER BORN PEMBROKE TWP. RESIDING PEMBROKE TWP. SON OF JAMES AND MARY JARDINE TO MARY JANE MCLAUGHLIN AGE 21 SPINSTER BORN WESTMEATH RESIDING WESTMEATH, DAU OF ROBERT AND MARGARET MCLAUGHLIN. GROOM PRESBYTERIAN, BRIDE EPISCOPALIAN MARRIED AT WESTMEATH MAY 10 1871 BY LICENCE BY REV. MR.JOHN MCEWEN, PRES. (6) MINISTER OF PEMBROKE WITNESSES WERE MARGARET MCLAUGHLIN AND ALBERT CURRY 
MCLAUGHLIN, Mary Jane (I49220249)
 
40 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS WILBERFORCE TWP.
2. 1861 CENSUS STAFFORD TWP.
3. FOUNDING FAMILIES OF GRATTON AND WILBERFORCE TWP.
4. A DICTIONARY OF SCOTTISH IMIGRANTS TO CANADA BEFORE CONFEDERATION
!BIRTH: AGE 18, JUNE 20 IN 1851.(1); AGE 30 IN 1861(2); 1835-1917 (4)

!HOME: BORN RAMSAY TWP(1)
GREW UP CON 12 WILBERFORCE TWP.(1)
FARMER CON 6 LOT 1 STAFFORD TWP. IN 1861(2)

Angus Sutherland lived in Wilberforce Twp and later moved to Hybla, Hastings Co.
from a document prepared by Beverley Neil (received from Art Beecham)
 
SUTHERLAND, Angus (I49220872)
 
41 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS WILBERFORCE TWP.
2. 1861 CENSUS WILBERFORCE TWP.
3. DENNISON FAMILY TREE
4. LAKE DORE POINT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
5. 1871 CENSUS WILBERFORCE TWP.
6. INFO FROM LORNA MILNE
7. Info from L.Milne r/c from Elaine Kirkham
!LAST NAME:(3)

!BIRTH: AGE 48, MAR 21 IN 1851(1); AGE 60 IN 1861 (2), LISTED AS ABT 1801(4)
AGE 72 IN 1871 ; NOV 14 1797 TO 30 SEP 1887(6)Her Birth is in the Old Parochial Register of Fearn, 64/1, for 1797; Her father was described as a "Vitner in Fearn" and the witnesses were William Chisholm from Nigg, and David Ross, Macfinlaymore, Fearn.(7)
!RELIGION: ADHERED TO THE FREE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND(4) 
ROSS, Alexandrina (I49220850)
 
42 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS WILBERFORCE TWP.
2. 1861 CENSUS WILBERFORCE TWP.
3. FOUNDING FAMILIES OF GRATTON AND WILBERFORCE TWP.

!BIRTH: RAMSAY TWP. AGE 10 ON FEB 1, IN 1851 CENSUS(1); AGE 19 IN 1861 CENSUS.
ABOUT 1842(3)
Margaret Sutherland lived in Pembroke.
from a document prepared by Beverley Neil (received from Art Beecham) 
SUTHERLAND, Margaret (I49220894)
 
43 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS-WILBERFORCE TWP.
2. 1861 CENSUS-WILBERFORCE TWP.
3. FOUNDING FAMILIES OF GRATTON AND WILBERFORCE TWP.
4. LAKE DORE POINT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
5. A DICTIONARY OF SCOTTISH EMIGRANTS TO CANADA
6. 1871 CENSUS
7. 1901 CENSUS-STAFFORD TWP.
8. 1881 CENSUS-STAFFORD TWP.
9. Bathurst Courier bmd
!Marriage: Mar 18 1853 paper: At beckwith, on teh 11 inst, by the rev. d. morrison, david sutherland, of the twp of wilberforce, to elizabeth king, of the same place(9)
!BIRTH: AGE 22, MAR 8 IN 1851 LIVING ON SAME CONCESSION 12 AS WILLIAM. DOES
NOT STATE IS WILLIAM'S SON(1); IS AGE 31 IN 1861(2). AGE 42 IN 1871(6)
LISTED AS WILLIAM'S SON(3) ABT. 1830(3)DATES BIRTH 12 FEB 1828(5)
1829(7)
!OCCUPATION: FARMER
!HOME: CONCESSION 12, PART 17 WILBERFORCE TWP.-100 ACRES(1,2)
-SETTLED LOT 17 CONC 13, LAND LATER DEEDED TO HIS BROTHER ALEXANDER IN
1863 (4)
-BUILT A LOG HOME IN WILBERFORCE IN 1860, BY 1864 HE WAS LIVING ON LOT
3 CONC 5 IN STAFFORD TWP.
-EMIGRATED TO LANARK C. ABT 1831(5)
-IN SON JOHN'S HOUSEHOLD IN STAFFORD IN 1901(7)
!RELIGION: ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN MICKSBURG.
!CHILDREN: A MARY AGE 4 AND ANNIE AGE 10/12 MAY ARE LISTED IN 1881 -DON'T KNOW IN CHILDREN OR RELATIVES In late 1840's Wm, Alexandrina, 4 sons, 1 dau settled near Lake Dore. Old est son Alexander left and settled near Bancroft (Mount Eagle). David a nd Donald had land joining their fathers. James worked with his father. ( Tweedsmuir History Lake Dore WI) David sold his farm to Joseph warren a nd settled near Micksburg.

David & Alex Sutherland- as young men they went to Wilberforce Tqp near Lake Dore and purchased land from Joseph Warren and farmed for a few years. After selling the land to their brother James, David relocated to Micksburg and Alex moved to Hybla, Hastings Co.
from a document prepared by Beverley Neil (received from Art Beecham) 
SUTHERLAND, David Ross (I49220905)
 
44 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS-WILBERFORCE TWP.
2. 1861 CENSUS-WILBERFORCE TWP.
3. FOUNDING FAMILIES OF GRATTON AND WILBERFORCE TWP.
4. LAKE DORE POINT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
5. A DICTIONARY OF SCOTTISH IMIGRANTS TO CANADA BEFORE CONFEDERATION
!BIRTH: RAMSAY TWP. JULY 10, AGE 19 IN 1851(1); AGE 28 IN 1861(2)
AGE: ABT. 1833(3); 1832-1906(5)

!OCCUPATION: CON 12 PART 17 FARMER IN WILBERFORCE TWP.(2)
REMAINED ON THE HOMESTEAD AND ADHERED TO THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH(4) In late 1840's Wm, Alexandrina, 4 sons, 1 dau settled near Lake Dore. Old est son Alexander left and settled near Bancroft (Mount Eagle). David a nd Donald had land joining their fathers. James worked with his fathe r. In Aug 1881 William died at 88 and in Sep an epidemic of diptheria bro ke out taking 3 of James Children with in 24 hours: Christiann 14, Dav id 12, Ellen 6 (Tweedsmuir History Lake Dore WI)

David & Alex Sutherland- as young men they went to Wilberforce Tqp near Lake Dore and purchased land from Joseph Warren and farmed for a few years. After selling the land to their brother James, David relocated to Micksburg and Alex moved to Hybla, Hastings Co.
from a document prepared by Beverley Neil (received from Art Beecham)
 
SUTHERLAND, James (I49220861)
 
45 !SOURCE: 1. 1851 CENSUS-WILBERFORCE TWP.
2. FOUNDING FAMILIES OF GRATTON AND WILBERFORCE TWP.

!BIRTH: RAMSAY TWP. AGE16 ON AUG 3 IN 1851 CENSUS(1) 
SUTHERLAND, John (I49220883)
 
46 !Source: 1. 1861 & 1871 Census Ross Twp.with paretns McLAREN 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 030 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p7 film t6365 2 McLAREN John M 1891-33 married - Ont Scot Ont Presbyterian farmer 3 McLAREN { ? } Mary F 1891-26 married wife Ont Ont Ont Presbyterian 4 McLAREN Donald James M 1891-1 - son Ont Ont Ont Presbyterian MCLAREN, John Carmichael (I39808159)
 
47 !SOURCE: 1. 1861 CENSUS ROSS TWP C1070
2. 1851 CENSUS ROSS TWP C11751
3. JOHNSTON FAMILY TREE
4. GRAVESTONE-COBDEN CEM.
5. 1871 CENSUS-ROSS TWP.
6. 1891 CENSUS-ROSS TWP.
7. 1901 CENSUS-ROSS TWP.
8. 1881 CENSUS-ROSS TWP. C 13234
9. INFO FROM BETTY GODFREY HELEN ARMSTRONG AND ELIZABETH GARLISH
10. OBITURARY RENFREW MERCURY DEC 29 1922
!OCCUPATION: LABOURER(1) FARMER(5,6)
!CENSUS INFO: 1871 LIVING WITH SPOUSE AND 3 CHILDREN(5)1881 HAS 6 CHILDREN(8) 1861 LIVING WITH FATHER, STEP-MOTHER AND 5 HALF-SIBLINGS. BIRTHPLACE- IRELAND(1) 1891 LIVING WITH SPOUSE AND 8 CHILDREN(6)
!PARENTS: BOTH FROM IRELAND(6)
!DOB: AGE IN 1851-10(2); IN 1861-20(1)1871 29(5); 49 IN 1891(6)AGE 81 AT DEATH AND B. BELFAST IRELAND(10)
!DEATH: AGE 81 AT HOME OF SON-IN-LAW GEORGE COLLINS OF ROSS TWP. NEAR COBDEN(10)
!HOME: LIVED WHERE GORDON & LILLIS HAWTHORNE NOW LIVE-ROSS TWP.(3) LIVING WITH SON WILLIAM IN 1901(7) CAME TO CANADA IN 1846(7)WHEN 6 YRS OLD(10
!RELIGION: CHURCH OF SCOTLAND(5) METHODIST(8)
!SPOUSE: SECOND WIFE ELIZA MCFEETORS(10)

JOHNSTON 1891 census @ca.on.113i2 family 008 @ca.on.renfrew.ross division 2 p2 film t6365 5 JOHNSTON Samuel M 1891-49 married - Ire Ire Ire C.Methodist farmer 6 JOHNSTON Mary F 1891-24 - dtr Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist
note: dtr is listed first,wife is on line 07 7 JOHNSTON { ? } Elizabeth F 1891-46 married wife Ire Ire Ire C.Methodist
note: wife is listed after dtr 8 JOHNSTON John M 1891-21 - son Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist 9 JOHNSTON Maggie F 1891-18 - dtr Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist 10 JOHNSTON William M 1891-17 - son Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist 11 JOHNSTON Jane S F 1891-15 - dtr Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist 12 JOHNSTON Elizabeth F 1891-9 - dtr Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist 13 JOHNSTON Samuel Edgar M 1891-3 - son Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist 14 JOHNSTON Cecilia Florence F 1891-10/12 - dtr Ont Ire Ire C.Methodist | 1861 census with father and step mother 1901 census ross twp emigrated 1846

1881 Census Place:Ross, Renfrew North, Ontario, Canada Source:FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 114 SubDist H Div 2 Pa ge 20 Family 77 SexMarrAgeOriginBirthplace Samuel JOHNSTONMM39IrishIreland Occ:FarmerReligion:E. Methodist Eliza JOHNSTONFM36IrishIreland Religion:E. Methodist Ann JOHNSTONF16IrishO Religion:E. Methodist Mary JOHNSTONF14IrishO Religion:E. Methodist John JOHNSTONM11IrishO Religion:E. Methodist Margret C JOHNSTONF9IrishO Religion:E. Methodist William JOHNSTONM7IrishO Religion:E. Methodist Jane S JOHNSTONF5IrishO Religion:E. Methodist 
JOHNSTON, Samuel James (I49220516)
 
48 !SOURCE: 1. 1861 CENSUS WESTMEATH TWP ROLL C1070
2. MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY TREE
3. MCLAUGHLING GEN.-GEN FILES PEMBROKE LIBRARY
4. GRAVESTONE-GREENWOOD CEM.
5. ABSTS MARRIAGES PEMBROKE OBSERVER
!DOB: (2); LISTED AS AGE 8 IN 1861(1) AND BORN IN UPPER CANADA(1)

!BAPTIZED BY REV. MR. BUTCHER

!MARRIAGE: BY REV. MR. MCEWEN
WINESSES WERE ELIZA BEACH AND SAMUEL ROBINSON

!FARM: WESTMEATH TWP. 1911 Census Westmeath Twp., Renfrew Co., Ontario living with family; widow 
MCLAUGHLIN, Margaret (I49220261)
 
49 !Source: 1. 1871 census ross twp
is apparently a half sister to Margaret Nightingale (Mrs. Wm Payne) 
SEALES, Elizabeth (I49220874)
 
50 !Source: 1. 1871 Census Ross Twp FERGUSON, Christina (I39808906)
 

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