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1 (Disc #23 of LDS Pedigree Resource File Collection Pin#556472) Hunt, William (I1404)
 
2 (Disc #36 of LDS Pedigree Resource File Collection Pin#37120) Hunt, Sarah (I128)
 
3 (Disc #36 of LDS Pedigree Resource File Collection Pin#37461) Gillan, Latetia (I1290)
 
4 (Disc #36 of LDS Pedigree Resource File Collection Pin#38220)
(Disc #23 of LDS Pedigree Resource File Collection Pin#556462) 
Waters, Mary (I1332)
 
5 The Federal Standard, Friday, November 9, 1906
A man named Edwin Bone, 29 years of age, was killed at Dr Harris? Great Eastern mine, Rutherglen, on Wednesday morning, through a bucket, which his brother Thomas was about lower, falling on him. He leaves a wife and young child. 
Bone, Edwin (I7536)
 
6 "married....in 1883 after a courtship of six years." After marrying, they made their home on Concession 7 of Kincardine twp., farming. They moved to Desbarats with the family in 1897. He first worked in the bush, then later at the sawmill. After a number of years they bought a bush lot, built a log house, stable, and cleared the land for farming with the help of the older sons. They raised a family of 9 children, including Murdock, who died at 7 months of age. John built another house in the town of Desbarats in 1912. In Kincardine, the family attemded the Chalmers Presbyterian Church which in 1990 was the United Church. The family moved to Johnson Twp in 1897 where the Haneys and (unable to read) had already established farm homes. Margaret and the 8 youngest children went by train to Desbarats where they were met at the station by granpa Haney and some of his brothers. John Angus and Everet followed by CPR box car with their possessions. This article contains many other tidbits of John Angus's family's life including the information that the Hunter family was very musical. Annie was organist in the Portlock Presbyterian church for many years. Newspaper clipping from 1980 Hunter reunion: "...in November 1897 moved the family to Desbarats. Already waiting to meet the young family was Mrs. Hunter's family Archibald and Janet Haney and their 5 sons who have settled in Johnson Twp." Hunter, John Angus (I4391)
 
7 "Yet a third group of McFadyen's originated in Islay, Scotland, where they must have been sailors, for one of the members of this family continued that profession here, and became known as "Sailor Donald." Donald's mother had come to Canada with her family of seven (Mary, Isabella, Flora, Christena, Donald, John D., and Dougald.) on or near concession 8, quite possibly just north of the Argyle quarter road. Donald's father remained in Islay along with his daughter Sarah, who later became Mrs. Clark." -Eldon Connections (Pg. 125) by Rae Fleming McFadyen, John (I3778)
 
8 #010595-77 (Victoria Co): William EVERSON, 25, yeoman, Hope, Fenelon, s/o John & Elizabeth, married Rebecca E. MOYNES, 20, Fenelon, same, d/o Isaac & Ann, witnesses were James MACHALE & Susan MOYNES, both of Fenelon, Nov. 8, 1876 at Lindsay Family F44
 
9 #013113-01 (Ontario Co): John Franklin EVERSON, 19, brick maker, Mariposa twp., same, s/o William EVERSON & Mary MOYNES, married Ellen Louisa SWIFT, 24, Bath England, Mariposa twp., d/o William SWIFT & Eliza HAYWOOD, witn: Herbert EVERSON & Annie TEER, both of Thorah, 13 Feb 1901 at Thorah

Herbert was John's younger brother. Annie Teer? friend of Ellen's?, maybe she was staying with them?

Annie Teer must have lived down the road, only 7 families away in the 1901 Census.

Annie was 22, b Aug 16, 1878, emmigrated in 1883 from England with Parents John and Lyndia, older brother Martin (31) 
Family F43
 
10 (served in the Royal Canadian Air force during the 1940s and then became a professional engineer after that) Campbell, Donald Thomas (I7177)
 
11 1. Jane Wall
Born Feb 1, 1825 in Beckwith Township, Lanark County, Ontario. Married at St. James Church, Franktown, Beckwith Township on May 21st, 1849 to Edward Wynn, Jr. When Jane and Edward Jr. came to Grey County they took out a 50 acre lot beside Moses. They had a daughter Ann Jane (b. 1851) and a son Edward III (b. 1854). There is no trace of Ann Jane after 1861 so we do not know what happened to her. Edward Wynn Jr. married Lydia Ennis in 1900 and died in 1932. There is no trace of Jane (Wall) Wynn after her son was born in 1854. She is not showing in the 1861 Census so she must have died between 1854 and 1861. 
Wall, Jane (I8307)
 
12 12 Children are recorded as offspring to this marriage Tompsett, Frances (I3604)
 
13 1819 Census 1819 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada
1820 Census 1820 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada
1821 Census 1821 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada
1822 Census 1822 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada
1823 Census 1823 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada
1824 Census 1824 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada 
Nichols, Stephen (I1592)
 
14 1820 Census 1820 Hamilton Township., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada Nichols, Eleazar (I1664)
 
15 1824 Census - Hamilton Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario Mowrey, Orlando (I1656)
 
16 1830 - Emmigrated to Lanark County, Ontario, Canada
Came to Canada as a youngster and to Kincardine Township from Pakenham as a young man. He purchased the North 75 acres of Lot 30 Con 5 in 1857 and married Mary Stringer of Lot 31 Con 5 the same year.
The Needhams built a log house and slowly cleared the land, planting crops between the stumps. They farmed here all their life and raised 12 children.
The Needham home was used as a meeting place for the first Loyal Orange Lodge #170 organized in 1870. Samuel was the first Master. The wives came to knit and help prepare the lunch. In 1907 when Samuel came in from the barn with the milk, he found the stove pipes had fallen down and the house on fire. The house was destroyed but was replaced by a white brick one the same year. In 1883 the South 25 acres was purchased to make the lot complete.
In 1908 the farm was sold to Samuel Nixon Needham. On his death in 1916, his brother Richard returned but farmed here for only four years before retiring to Kincardine.

Claimed Lot 34 Con 4, Kincardine Township, Bruce County in 1869 and held it for 30 years. 
Needham, Samuel J. (I6936)
 
17 1841 Census listing:

Trelah,1,Walter Lampshire,25,,Miner,In county
,,Elizabeth Lampshire,,25,,In county
,,Elizabeth Lampshire,,4,,In county
,,Selinia Lampshire,,2,,In county
,,Eliza Lampshire,,8m,,In county

1871 Census Listing:

Note: I wish I could explain the age discrepency for "Elizabeth" and"Ann." Perhaps Walter remarried?

Parish S.AGNES; District 8; Schedule 018

Position Marital
Name in Family Status Age
LAMPSHIRE, WALTER Head M 59
LAMPSHIRE, ANN Wife M 73
LAMPSHIRE, SELINA Daughter U 33
LAMPSHIRE, JOHN Grandson - 10


More info on above names:

Approximate
Birth
LAMPSHIRE, WALTER TIN MINER 1812 S.ALLEN, Cornwall
LAMPSHIRE, ANN - 1798 S.COLUMB, Cornwall
LAMPSHIRE, SELINA - 1838 S.ALLEN, Cornwall
LAMPSHIRE, JOHN - 1861 BLACKWATER, Cornwall 
Lampshire, Walter (I716)
 
18 1841 Census records as a Tin Miner Andrawartha, John (I5196)
 
19 1841 Census records him as a Copper Miner Willoughby, William (I5200)
 
20 1841 Census records him as a Tin Miner
Emigration: 1852, To USA. Worked in Coal mines in Pittsburgh.
Occupation: 1841, Copper miner (Illogan census) 
Willoughby, John (I5199)
 
21 1841 Census records him as a Tin Miner Andrawartha, William (I5197)
 
22 1841 Census records him as a Tin Miner Trewartha, Charles (I5198)
 
23 1841 Census records him as a Tin Miner Willoughby, Oliver (I5201)
 
24 1841 Census records him as a Tin Miner Willoughby, Henry (I5202)
 
25 1846 - he was listed as living in Chapel Coomb, St. Agnes, Cornwall, England during the marriage of his son William Jory, Richard (I749)
 
26 1851 British Census HO107/1909, Probus-Cornwall, St Agnes, Mount Hawke, Meneguisey, records John as a Copper Miner Jory, Richard (I760)
 
27 1851 British Census HO107/1909, Probus-Cornwall, St Agnes, Mount Hawke, Meneguisey, records John as a Copper Miner Jory, John (I761)
 
28 1851 Brock Census listed as Sailor.
In Tiverton until 1882. 
McPhaden, Hugh (I10707)
 
29 1851 Census - Smith Twp, Peterborough Cty, Ontario 1861 Census - Smith Twp, Peterborough Cty, Ontario 1822 Census - Hamilton Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario 1823 Census - Hamilton Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario 1824 Census - Hamilton Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario 1827 Census - Hamilton Twp., Northumberland County, Ontario Residence: E. 1/2 Lot 21, Con. 10 - Smith Twp. Sold west half of lot to brother Hugh. Will: 26 JAN 1869 Willed all 100 acres of Lot 19, Concession 12 in Burleigh Twp. as well as all other belongings to his sons William and Thomas Land Grant 5 SEP 1821 Grant to locate the whole of Lot 21, Concession 10 - Smith Twp., did not occupy until Sept. 21, 1826 McIlmoyle, John (I1086)
 
30 1851 Census records a School House on Jospeh's lot being used as a place of Worship. The building is 24'x26' and holds 15 persons. Brown, Joseph (I7717)
 
31 1861 Agricultural Census describes the lot size and what Selena's father Francis was growing. See the notes on her father's record to get an idea of the kind of farm that Selena grew up on.
1893 Birth of Minnie records them living in Baillieboro, South Monaghan Township, Peterborough County, Ontario, Canada 
Shea, Selena Jane (I6030)
 
32 1861 Census - Smith Twp, Peterborough Cty, Ontario 1871 Census - Household of son, Thomas and his wife Abigail (McIlmoyle) 1881 Census - Burleigh, Anstruther & Chandos; Peterborough Cty McIlmoyle, Margaret (I4243)
 
33 1861 Census -Smith Twp, Peterborough Cty, Ontario 1871 Census - Household of son Thomas and wife, Abigail (McIlmoyle) 1881 Census - Burleigh, Anstruther & Chandos; Peterborough Cty Nesbitt, Thomas (I4242)
 
34 1861 Census records her as a Weaver's Wife Ett (I6071)
 
35 1861 Census: Francis and his family lived on Concession 1, Lot 14 of Seymour Township, Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada. Francis held 166 Acres of which 20 were being cultivated. In 1861 15 1/4 had crops in, and 4 3/4 were under pasture. That left 146 acres in woods or wild. His farm's cash value was $1310 of which about $10 was in equipment. His crops consisted of 1 acre of Spring Wheat producing 20 bushels, 10 acres of Rye producing 130 bushels, a 1/2 acre of peas producing 12 bushels, 3 acres of Oats producing 100 bushels, 1/4 acre of Buck Wheat producing 9 bushels, and 1/2 acre of Potatoes producing 45 bushels. Francis was one of the few farmers with a crop of Rye or Buck Wheat and also one of the few farmers that did not have a crop of Hay. Shea, Francis (I10730)
 
36 1871 Census Cornwall Calstock - age 75, Boarder with James Hooper (64) and wife Mary (65) and their two girls Ephiphany (31) and Ellen (19). Jory, Mary (I4487)
 
37 1871 Census records William 7 Susan living next door to daughter Hannah and husband Daniel Cardy Peggs, William (I6073)
 
38 1871 Census records William 7 Susan living next door to daughter Hannah and husband Daniel Cardy Woods, Susan (I6074)
 
39 1871 Census, William, Rachel, and daughter Mary are living next door to William's Uncle William wife Ruth and family. Cardy, William (I8765)
 
40 1880 Census reports Birth Year as 1834 King, Peter Thomas (I8864)
 
41 1880 Census reports brith year as 1857. De Lancing, Annie Mary (I8865)
 
42 1881 British Census - Lived at Giffords Farm, Runwell, Essex, England
1871 Census records parrents William & Susan living next door to daughter Hannah and husband Daniel Cardy 
Peggs, Hannah (I863)
 
43 1881 British Census records Betty living with her son David T's family in Birmingham Thompson, Betty Ann (I431)
 
44 1881 British Census records her living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England

Note: She and her husband immigrated to Winnipeg, Canada. 
Jory, Louisa (I281)
 
45 1881 British Census records her living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England Jory, Sarah Jane (I276)
 
46 1881 British Census records her living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England Jory, Elizabeth (I277)
 
47 1881 British Census records her living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England Jory, Julia (I282)
 
48 1881 British Census records her living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England, going to school, age 6 Jory, Amelia (I280)
 
49 1881 British Census records him living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England Jory, James (I274)
 
50 1881 British Census records him living with Mother and family at Wheal Ellen, St Agnes, Cornwall, England going to school, age 12 Jory, Richard John (I278)
 

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