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ONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Papers and Records
Volume 3, Published in Toronto in 1901
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REGISTER OF BAPTISMS, COMMENCING 29TH JUNE, 1817,
TOWNSHIP OF GRIMSBY.
WILLIAM NELLES and
ANDREW PETTIT appointed churchwardens for 1818.
[The Rev. Robert Sampson was minister of Grimsby from 1817 to
1822. The records were very neatly kept and a copy made for his
own use is in possession of the Niagara Historical Society. He
was killed accidently, his own rifle exploding. His wife was
the daughter of Abraham Nelles and Catharine Ball, the daughter
of Jacob Ball.]
June 29. John Little, son of Charles and Sarah Bigger, Trafalgar, District of Gore.
Andrew Pettit, son of Charles and Sarah Bigger, Trafalgar, District of Gore.
James Smith, son of Charles and Sarah Bigger, Trafalgar, District of Gore.
Elizabeth Pettit, daughter of Charles and Sarah Bigger, Trafalgar, District of Gore.
Aug. 10. Betsy, daughter of Andrew and Anne Fowlds, Grimsby.
17. Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Mary Hill, "
Sep. 21. Frances Matilda, daughter of Robert and Maria Nelles, "
Elizaeth Maria, daughter of Edward and Margaret Pilkington, Grimsby.
Mary Ann, daughter of Edward and Margaret Pilkington, Grimsby.
30. Stephen Benjamin, son of Valentine and Margaret Ward, Louth.
Memorandum.-Made returns to the Society thus far, 18th Oct., 1817. W S.
Oct. 19. Jonathan Smith, son of Andrew and Mary Pettit, Grimsby.
30. Mary Ann, daughter of Charles and Ann Maria Ingersoll, Grantham.
Nov. 9. John Nelles, natural son of Abraham Nelles and Elizabeth Steinhoof, Grimsby.
John Pettit, son of Amos and Margaret Bigger, Trafalgar.
John William, son of John and Elce Pettit, Grimsby
Dec. 17. Ellen Maria, daughter of John and Ann Gordon, "
21. Joshua Fowlds, son of Gabriel and Amelia Young, "
Lanty Shannon, son of Gabriel and Amelia Young, "
Phoebe, daughter of Gabriel and Amelia Young, "
Jan. 4. George, son of Alexander and Hannah Milmine, "
Elizabeth daughter of Alexander and Hannah Milmine, "
21. Elizabeth Augusta, daughter of Henry and Sarah Nelles, "
Jan. 28. Alice, wife of Jacob Markie; Toronto
Coena, daughter of Jacob and Alice Markle, "
Margaret, daughter of Abraham and Ann Markle, "
Feb. 22. Paul Hoffman, son of John and Phoebe Moore, Grimsby.
Ann Sophia, daughter of Jacob and Mary Book, "
March 1. William Henry, son of John and Mary Nelles, "
May 13. Rachel, daughter of Thomas and Rachel Runchey, "
April 8. Catherine Augusta, daughter of George and Catherine Ball, Louth.
May 24. Sarah, daughter of Thomas and Deborah Bridgman, Grimsby.
July 3. Margaret Nelles, daughter of Henry and Barbara Fairfield, "
30. Maria Eliza, daughter of William and Maria Eliza Sampson, "
12. Jane Catherine, daughter of Henry and Mary Ball, 10-Mile Creek
19. Asa Pettit son of Isaac and Elizabeth Smith, Grimsby.
Aug. 20. Elizabeth, daughter of John and Isabel Carty Stronach, Grand River.
23. Abraham, son of John and Mary Oakley, Grimby.
Sept. 25. John William, son of William and Eve Schram, Louth.
Nov. 15. Joseph Howard, son of Joseph and Frances Mary Oakley, Grimsby.
Jan. 13. Hannah Henderson, daughter of Alexander and Hannah Owen Hamilton, Queenston.
Hannah, daughter of Thomas and Augusta Honorus McCormick, "
31. George Garden, son of William and Mary Crooks, Grimsby.
Feb. 21. William, son of Andrew and Ann Fowlds, "
May 16. Charles, son of Robert and Maria Nelles, "
June 6. Robert Harper, son of Robert and Ann Thompson, "
Aug. 22. Mary, daughter of Lawrence and Martha Buskark, "
29. Mary Eliza, daughter of John and Mary Nelles, "
Sep. 1. John William, son of Thomas and Mary Hill, "
In a different hand the next two entries, and signed B. STEVENS.
Mar. 17. Thomas Feuilleteau, son of William and Mary Eliza Sampson, Grimsby.
Deborah, daughter of Jacob and Mary Book, Trafalgar.
April 16. John, son of Thomas and Polly McFerran (Nellson, Dist. of Gore).
17. Ann, daughter of John and Ruth Barns, Grimsby.
Mary, daughter of John and Ruth Barns, "
23. Francis, son of William and Mary Crooks, "
30. Mary Olivia, daughter of Henry and Sarah Nelles, "
May 7. Hannah, daughter of Alexander and Hannah Milmine, "
June 11. Mary, daughter of John and Betsy Morris Thompson, "
18. Mary, daughter of Thomas and Deborah Bridgman, "
June 18. Cyrus, son of John and Phoebe Moore, "
Oct. 29. Mary, daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Smith, "
Francis, son of John and Mary Pettit, "
Dec. 17. Eleanor, daughter of Thomas and Rachel Runchay, "
March 2 Margaret Sarah, daughter of Michael and Mary Harris, Perth.
(Entered on this day by REV. M. HARRIS.)
March 4. Mary Young, daughter of Andrew and Anna Pettit, Grimsby.
14. Fanny Miller, negro, belonging to P. Ball, Esq., Niagara.
22. Gabriel Young, Grimsby.
23. Daniel Fields, son, of Gabriel and Amelia Young, Grimsby
Amelia, daughter of Gabriel and Amelia Young, Grimsby
29. Elizabeth, wife of Charles Moore, "
Phoebe, daughter) of Charles and Elizabeth Moore, "
Mary, " of Charles and Elizabeth Moore, "
Margaret, " of Charles and Elizabeth Moore, "
Jonathan, son of Charles and Elizabeth Moore, "
Lavinia, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Moore, "
Margaret Ross, daughter of William and Lydia Vanatta, "
Mary Hixon, " of William and Lydia Vanatta, "
Eliza Maria, " of William and Lydia Vanatta, "
William Wilber, son of William and Lydia Vanatta, "
Mary, daughter of Pearce and Orpha Moore, "
Charles, son of Pearce and Orpha Moore, "
Dennus, " of Pearce and Orpha Moore, "
William Kitchen, son of Pearce and Orpha Moore, "
April 2. Margaret, daughter of George and Mary Curry, "
Sally, daughter of George and Mary Curry, "
May 20. Warner Clement, son of William W. and Margaret Sophia Nelles, Grand River.
Eliza Margaret, daughter of John and Mary Nelles, Grand River.
June 3. Barbara Matilda, daughter of George and Catharine Ball, Louth Mills
July 1. Clarissa, daughter of George and Mary Valentine, Grimsby
8. Margaret Matilda, daughter of John and Mary Nelles, "
25. Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Malcolm and Ann Currie, "
29. Sarah Maria, daughter of Robert and Maria Nelles, "
Aug. 3. Francis, son of Samuel and Susannah Hughes, Malahide.
8. Sarah Pettit, daughter of Charles and Sarah Biggar, Trafalgar.
Jemima, daughter of Amos and Margaret Biggar, "
Jonathan, son of Amos and Margaret Biggar, "
Sep. 9. John Pettit, son of Lawrence and Buskark, Grimsby.
Oct. 21.Maria Catharine, daughter of Christian and Elizabeth Finck, Glanford.
28. Robert, son of David and Elizabeth Thomson, Grimsby
Charles Fenson, son of Thomas and Mary Hill "
Feb. 10. John William, son of Robert and Ann Thomson, Oxford.
Mar. 13. Jane Gertrude, daughter of John C. and Margaret Ball, Niagara
Thus far indented in my Notitia Parochialis.
27. Margaret Dorothy, daughter of William and Maria Elizabeth, Grimsby
RALPH LEEMING, Missionary, Ancaster.
REGISTER OF MARRIAGES, TOWNSHIP OF GRIMSBY, U. C., COMMENCING
WILLIAM SAMPSON, Minister.
N.B.-These are to be copied into the Public Register of Marriages
for the Township of Grimsby- this book being merely a Notitia Parochialis
for private use. WM. SAMPSON.
No. 1. William Sampson, of the Township of Grimsby, bachelor, and
Maria Eliza Nelles, of the same place, spinster were married at
Grimsby, on the twenty first day of August, 1817,
by the Rev. Robert Addison, Minister of Niagara, by licence.
This marriage was solemnized between us: William Sampson.
Maria E. Nelles.
Witness: A. Baldwin, RN.
No. 2. William Adair, Tp. of Clinton, bachelor, and Martha Cutler, of
the same place, spinster, were married at Grimsby, 27th August, by banns.
No. 3. William Miller, Tp. of Grantham, bachelor, and Mary Hosteter,
of the same place, spinster, were married at Grautham, 7th September, by licence.
No. 4. James Clendennen, Tp. of Gainsborough, bachelor, and Dorothy Furton,
of the same place, spinster, married at Grimsby, 8th October, by banns.
MEMORANDUM. Advised the Society of the number of marriages
thus far, 18th Oct., 1817. W.S.
No. 5. James Clendennan Hartman Freeland, Tp. of Clinton,
widower, and Phoebe Adair, of the same place, widow, at Clinton,
19th October, by banns.
No. 6. Jas. Tinlin, of Niagara, br., and Margaret Coon, of the
Tp. of Louth, spr., at Louth, 31st October, by licence.
No. 7. John Nelles, Tp. of Grimsby, br., and Mary Carpenter, of
the same place, spr., were married at Clinton, 17th February, 1818 by Iicence
No. 8. Jacob Howser, of the township of Clinton, bachelor, and
Mary Johnson, of the same township, spinster, in Grimsby, 25 Feb., by banns.
No. 9. Samuel Fish, Clinton, bachelor, and Catharine Johnson,
of the same place, spinster, at Grimsby, 26th Feb., 1818, by banns.
Thus far returned on my Notitia Parochialis on 2nd Mar., 1818. WM. SAMPSON
No.10. John O'Neel, of the township of Thorold, and Elizabeth
Couke of the same, by licence, at the above named place 8th Apr., 1818.
No.11. George Schram, Grantham, bachelor, and Elizabeth Claws
Clinton, spinster, by banns, at Grimsby, 23d June, 1818.
No.12. William Sharman, Clinton, bachelor, and Elizabeth Ecker
of the same, spinster, by banns, at Grimsby, 3d June, 1818
No.13. Lewis House, bachelor, Clinton, and Catharine House, of
the same, spinster, at Clinton, by banns, 16th June, 1818
No.14. John Crawford, Township of Grimsby, bachelor, and
Margaret Dunn, of the same place, spinster, by licence, 18th July 1818.
No.15. Thomas McFenan, Grimsby, bachelor, and Polly Church, of
the same place, spinster, by licence, at Grimsby, 17th Sept. 1818.
No.16. Asher M. G. Smith, Grimsby, carpenter, and Elizabeth Wardle
Clinton, by licence, in Clinton, 3d Dec., 1818.
No.17. Peter Jacob, bachelor, Grimsby, and Jane Smith, widow,
of the same place, by banns, in Grimsby, 22d Dec., 1818.
No.18. Elias Pettit, Saltfleet, bachelor, and Abigail Pen, of
the same, spinster, by licence, in Grimsby, 4th Jan., 1819.
No.19. James Millmine, Grimsby, widower, and Margaret Lutes, of
the same, by licence, at Grimsby, 28th Jan., 1819
No.20. Aaron Culp, Clinton, and Mary Millar, of the township of
Raynham, district of London, by licence, at Grimsby, on 2nd Mar., 1819.
No.21. Samuel S. Morn, Grimsby, and Pamela Pettit, of the same,
by licence, at Grimsby, 18th May, 1819.
INQ. 22. Patrick Sherry, Grimsby, and Catharine Moon, of the
same place; by licence, at Grimsby, 24th May, 1819.
No.23. Robert Lambert, of the township of Niagara, and Caroline Goring,
of the same place, by licence, in the township of Niagara, 27th May, 1819.
No.24. George Valantine and Mary Jenkins (blacks), both of the
township of Grimsby, by banns, on Sunday, the eighth day of
August, one thousand, eight hundred and nineteen.
No.25. The Reverend Michael Harris, of Perth, in the district
of Johnston, and Mary Fanning, of the township of Grimsby, by
licence, 21st Sept., 1819.
No.26. Moses Johnson, Flamborough West, and Mary McGarvin,
Gainsborough, by licence, in Grimsby, 12th Oct., 1819.
No.27. Joshua Fields, Grimsby, and Fanny Skinner, of the same place,
in Grimsby, by licence, 24th Nov., 1819.
No.28. John Overholt, Clinton, and Sally Post, of the same place, by
banns, in Grimsby, 28th Dec., 1819.
No.29. William W. Nelles, of the Grand River, county of Haldimand,
and Margaret Sophia Clement, Grimsby, by licence, in Grimsby, 20th Jan., 1820.
No.30. William Fuller, Saltfieet, district of Gore, and Isabella King, of
the same place, by banns, in Grimsby, 14th Feb., 1820.
No.31. Adam Simmerman, Clinton, and Deborah Moore, Grimsby, by
licence, in Grimsby, 16th March, 1820.
No.32. John Flannaghan, Grimsby, and Mary Hixon, of the same place,
by license, in Grimsby, 5th April, 1820.
No.33. Andrew Pettit, Grimeby, widower, and Anna Muir, of the
same place, by licence, in Grimsby, 4th May, 1820.
No 34. The Rev. Ralph Leeming, township of Ancaster, and Susan Hutt,
of the same place, at Dundas, by licence, 6th June, 1820.
No 35. Charles Kitchen, of Waterloo, in the district of Gore, and Mary Nixon,
Grimsby, in the district of Niagara, in Grimsby, by licence, 7th June, 1820.
No 36. John Teetzel, Grimsby, and Hannah Havins, Clinton, by
licence, Grimsby, 6th July, 1820.
No 37. The Reverend Brooke Bridges Stivins, chaplain to His Majesty's forces,
and Elizabeth Nelles, spinster, Grimsby, by licence, 4th Sept., 1820.
No 38. Daniel McGill, Saltfleet, and Susannah Johnson, of the
same place, by banns, 21st Nov. 1820.
No 39. Hugh Carr, Grimsby, and Flora McFarling, Ancaster, by
licence, 22d Jan., 1821.
No 40. Joseph Michener, Clinton, and Margaret Hipple, of the
same place, at Grimsby, by banns, 27th February, 1821.
No 41. Francis A. Hancock, Grimsby, and Margaret Harriet Hamilton Watson,
of the same place, at Grimsby, by banns, 4th December, 1821.
No 42. Ashman Moon, Grimsby, bachelor, and Elizabeth Snackhammer,
spinster, of the same place, by banns, at Grimsby, 18th December, 1821.
No.43. Benjamin Brown, township of Nelson, and Dolly Wilkinson,
Clinton, by banns, at Clinton, 26th December, 1821.
No.44. Thomas McMahon, Grimsby, bachelor, and Elizabeth Nelles,
spinster, of the same place, at Grimsby, by licence, 26th December, 1821.
No. 45. Owen Roberts, Grimsby, and Ann McIntyre, of the same
place, by licence, at Grimsby, 9th January, 1822.
No. 46. William M. Ball, Esq., township of Niagara, and
Margaret Notman, of Grimsby, by licence, at Grimsby, 26th February, 1822.
No.47. William Mitchell, township of Niagara, and Mary McIntyre
Grimsby, by licence, at Grimsby, 27th February, 1822
No.48. George R. Coon, Grimsby, and Deborah P. Smith, of the
same place, at Grimsby, by banns, 3rd April, 1822.
No.49. Solomon Smith, of the township of Saltfleet, and Eliza
Cleveland, of the same place, were married, by banns at
Grimsby, the fourteenth day of April, one thousand eight
hundred and twenty-two, by me. WILLIAM SAMPSON
REGISTER OF BURIALS IN THE TOWNSHIP OF GRIMSBY
N.B.-These are to be copied into the Public Register of Burials
for the Township of Grimaby-this book being merely a Notitia Parochialis
for private use. WILLIAM SAMPSON.
Date of Burial. Person's Name Residence. By Whom performed.
1817. Nov. 8. William Butler Grimsby William Sampson
Dec. 19. Ellen Maria Gordon Grimsby William Sampson
1818. May 16. Mary Pettit Grimsby William Sampson
20 Mary Millmine Grimsby William Sampson
Aug. 19 Anne Anderson Grimsby William Sampson
Dec. 4. Ashman Carpenter Grimsby William Sampson
(Died through excess of liquor).
1819. Jan. 25. Philip Spain Grimsby William Sampson
Mar. 4. Hannah Fields Grimsby William Sampson
May 14. Andrew Pettit Grimsby William Sampson
July 17. Robert Runchay Louth William Sampson
1820. Jan. 13. Alexander Millmine Grimsby William Sampson
May 18. Widow Glover Grimsby W. S., Minister
May 28. Mary Barns Grimsby William Sampson
July 18. Mrs. Parse Grimsby William Sampson
(Wife of Jacob Parse).
Dec. 8. Catharine Nixon Grimsby William Sampson
19. Priscilla Pettit Saltfleet William Sampson
1822. Mar. 13. John Ball Niagara. Thus far indented
24. Dick (Negro) Grimsby William Sampson
April 20. ?? Pettit Grimsby William Sampson
28. William Sampson Grimsby William Leeming
[Likely should be Ralph Leeming.
One minister burying the other.
Earlier Rev. Sampson performed the
marriage of Rev. Leeming. bmartin]
REGISTER OF CHRISTENINGS IN THE PRESBYTERIAN
CONGREGATION, TOWNSHIP OF NEWARK,
It is remarkable that in St. Mark's Register the word Niagara
is used and in that of St Andrew's, Newark.
Anne, daughter of Mr. Jno. Young, farmer, on the 4-Mile Creek,
and Anne McQueen, his wife, born 4th Dec., 1793, baptized 23rd Aug., 1795.
Eliza, daughter to Mr. Geo. Young (carpenter), town of Newark, and
Elizabeth Clement, his wife, born 1st Aug.; 1793, baptized 23rd Aug., 1795.
Andrew, son to Andrew Heron (merchant), of Newark, and Mary Kemp,
his wife, born 25th May, 1794, baptized 23rd Aug., 1795.
Andrew Heron merchant afterwards editor of Niagara Gleaner, founded
1817; was also founder of Niagara Public Library 1800 and its librarian,
secretary and treasurer till 1820 he was also secretary and treasurer
to St Andrew's Church from 1794 for many years. The uncle of the late
Andrew Heron, Toronto, known so well in shipping circles.
Catharine, daughter to Isaac Swayze, township of Newark, and Sarah Seacord,
his wife, born 13th March, 1793, baptized 9th Sept., 1795.
Margaret, daughter to Ebenezer Colver, in township of Louth, and Elizabeth Beemer,
his wife, born 15th Oct., 1794, and baptized 6th Sept. 1795.
Lena, born 15th July, 1780, baptized in the year 1781.
Anne, born 1st Nov., 1782, baptized in the year 1783.
Elizabeth, born 7th Jan., 1790, baptized in the. year 1791.
David son to Andrew Heron, of Newark, merchant, and Mary Kemp,
his wife, born 20th Mar., 1792, baptized in month of August, 1792,
by the Rev. John McDonald, a visiting minister from Albany, in the United States.
Mary, daughter to Andrew Heron, Newark, merchant, and Mary Kemp,
his wife, born 30th Oct., 1800, baptized on the first day of
February, 1801, by the Rev. Mr. Mars, visiting clergyman from the U.S.
David, son to Burgoyne Kemp and Elizabeth Jones, his wife, born
on the ?? day of ??, baptized 1st Feb., 1801, by the Rev. Mr. Mars.
David, son to David Hartman and Catherine Kemp, his wife, born
14th Mar., 1800, baptized 1st Feb., 1801, by Rev. Mr. Mars.
Children to Robert Kemp, of Newark, yeoman, and Eliza Smith, his wife,
were baptized 10th Sept., 1802, by JNO. YOUNG, Minister.
Andrew, aged four years,
Margaret, aged two years,
Alexander, aged seven months
Children to Captain Jno. Young, of township of Newark, and Elizabeth Heighier,
his wife, baptized 10th Sept., 1802, by Rev. Jno. Young.
Catherine, aged four years,
Susannah, aged two years,
George, aged six months,
Amy, wife to Ebenezer Cavers.
Margaret, daughter to Ebenezer Cavers, farmer, township of Newark and Amy Cohow,
his wife, born 13th Oct., 1801; baptized 10th Sept., 1802, by Rev. Jno. Young.
Jane, daughter to Andrew Heron, Newark, merchant, and Mary Kemp his wife,
born on 16th Aug., 1802, baptized the 15th Sept., 1802 by Rev. Jno. Young.
David, son to David Hartman and Catharine Kemp, his wife, born on
??, baptized 16th Sept., 1802, by Rev. Jno. Young.
Children to Conrad Hoffman, of Newark, farmer, and Margaret Weymeths,
his wife, baptized 27th Sept., 1807, by Rev. Jno Young.
Margaret, aged four years,
Samuel, aged four months
Deborah Ann, daughter of Andrew Heron and Catherine Anderson,
his wife baptized 5th March, 1809.
Catherine, daughter of Andrew Heron and Jane Anderson, his wife
baptized 27th Nov., 1814.
The last two are in the handwriting of Andrew Heron himself.
There are no further entries of baptisms in this old record-book
and so far none have been found, the records being either lost
The record of births, deaths and marriages begins in 1830 under
Rev. Robert McGill, and is beautifully neat and systematic. The
entries are copied only to 1833 to make it uniform with St.
Mark's. register, although each is continued carefully to the
present day. The entries are copied as nearly as possible in the
form found in the register.
REGISTER OF BIRTHS AND BAPTISMS, ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, NIAGARA.
Name of child. Parents' names. Date of birth. Baptism. Remarks.
Robert Russel William Clarke
?? Russell ?? Mar. 4 l830 R. McGill
Elizabeth Robert Read
Eliz. Ednis Mar. 7 Mar. 14
Lucy W. Duff Miller
Ann Vansickle June 25 July 25 Rev. Alex. Gale
Janet Robt. McGill
Catharine McLimont May 25 July 25 Rev. Alex. Gale
Isabella John Tannahill
Ann Rogers July 25
Naomi John Hamilton June 6 July 25 R. McGill, Private
Late Hon. John Hamilton, who has been called the Father of shipping
on Lake Ontario; his wife, the sister of late Hon. D. L. Mcpherson,
and his father was Hon. Robt. Hamilton.
Mary Ann Jas. Miller Sept. 29 R. McGill
Mary Ann Winter.
Elizabeth Margery Robt. Miller Jan. 8, 1831 R. McGill
Amy Ann John Crooks Feb.17 June 25 R. McGill
John Crooks, who conducted the first Sunday School in
Niagara, which was held in St. Andrew's Church.
Catharine Robt. McGill May 22 Rev. Alex. Gale
Augusta W. D. Miller Sept 27 Oct. 28 Robt. McGill
W. D. Miller, for nearly fifty years an office bearer in St.
Samuel John Samuel Thorold Aug.26 Jan. 4, 1832 Private
Eliza Ann Samuel Thorold Nov. 16 Jan. 4, 1832. Private
Isabella Torrance Jas. Lockhart Aug. 22,1831 R. McGill
Catherine McGill John Crooks Feb. 3 Apr. 3,1832 R. McGill
James A Daniel Cooper Jan. 15 May 18,1832 R. McGill
Jane --- Miller June 17 Aug. 25, 1832 R. McGill
Agnes Jno. Blake Sept. 20 Oct. 29, 1832 R. McGill
John Meneilley John Botsford Mar. 1 Oct. 29,1832 R. McGill
Ann Gilbert McMicking Apr. 17, 1822 Private at Chippawa
George Milmine Gilbert McMicking Private at Chippawa
Christian Alex. Gibson Feb. 9,1833
MARRIAGES CELEBRATED BY REV. ROBT. McGILL
Peter Caughill, bachelor, and Mary Upper, spinster, by R. Grant,
April 8, 1830. Jos. Clement, Jno. Caughill.
Jacob Teeter, bachelor, and Sarah Caughill, spinster, April 19, 1830
John Caughill, Jacob Caughill, Witnesses.
Robert Allen, corporal in 71st Regt. L. Inf., and Ann Grady,
spinster May 10, 1830. W. C. Hanson, Jno. McQuarry.
Aaron Allen, bachelor, and Sarah Nelson, spinster, May 12, 1830.
Jacob Caughill, Thos. Darling.
George Miller Clement, bachelor, and Sophia Malvina Cain, July 8, 1830
Peter Cain, Nelson Staats.
John D. Botsford and Charlotte Meneilley, Aug.18, 1830.
Jno. Meneilley, Robt. Miller.
Alphaeus Spencer (St. John) and Charlotte Phelps, Sept.30, 1830.
A. H. Shaw, Oliver Phelps.
Robert Kay and Maria Ann Thompson, Jan. 1,1831.
Robt. Miller, Chas. Field.
John Cudney and Caroline Stafford, Jan. 6, 1831.
T. Raymond, Jared Stocking.
Charles Quade and Eliza Ann Henry, Jan.18, 1831.
Jno. Meneilley, Jno. Oakley.
William Appleford and Amelia Goodbeaux, April 20, 1831.
Walter Telfer, Jas. Anderson.
Jas. Morris (Crowland) and Ann Current, May 3, 1831.
Jas. Anderson, Jacob Current.
Wm. Wynn (Crowland) and Ann Miller, May 4, 1831.
Jno. Crooks, Jared Stocking.
Timotby Cook and Harriet Terry, May 26, 1831.
B. C. Beardsley, Charles Culver.
Barnabas Johnston and Hannah Johnston, July 7, 1831.
Wm. Johnston, Jno. Johnston.
Francis Clutley and Hannah Gibson, Aug.22, 1831.
Jno. D, Botsford, Thos. Compston.
Isaac Van Kenren and Mary Ann Smith, Oct. 24 1831.
Jas. Kitchen, David Smith.
Jos. Lyons and Julia Lomes, Nov.17, 1831.
Jesse Woods, Hiram Weeks.
Alex. Caughill and Mary Mann, Dec.14, 1831.
Peter Cain, Jno. Caughill.
Jas. Cooper, jr., and Cordelia Raymond, Jan.18, 1832.
Jas. Cooper, Sr., S. J. J. Brown.
Wm. Telfer and Eliza Young Mar 6 1832.
Walt. Telfer, Jno. Brodie.
Jno. Brodie and Helen Miller, Sept.15, 1832.
J. F. R. Comer, Alex. Ross.
Jas. Madison Dyke, bachr., and Sarah Ann Pousett, spr. Sept. 29, 1932.
Jas. R. Redmer, Frances Baby.
John Blake, bachr., and Mary Rogers, spr., Oct. 11, 1832.
W. D. Miller, Jared Stocking.
Russel Rich, bachr., of Black Rock, N.Y., and Susan Street,
spr., Thorold, Oct.12, 1832. Hiram Sanford, W. D. Mifler.
John McBride, bachr., and Janet Pollock, spr., Dec. 6, 1832.
Thos. Whitton, Sam. Procter.
Abraham Caughill, bachr., Anna Maratheux, spr., Jan. 9, 1833.
Jno. Caughill, Aaron Allen.
Wm. Perry, bachr., and Amanda C. Brown, spr., Jan.29, 1833.
Jno. D. Clement, Lewis Grant.
Wm. Daley, bachr., and Jane Mills, spr., Mar. 28, 1833.
Jas. Lennox, Jno. Mills.
George Shriner, bachr., township of Thorold, and Margaret Eliz. Shultis,
spr., Apr. 2, 1833. Geo. Shultis, Sam Steins.
Robt. McLeod, bachr., and Elizabeth Murray, spr., April 3, 1833.
Don. McDonald, Alex. Marray.
John Eagleshum, bachr., and Christina Angus McCrea, spr., May 1, 1833.
Peter M. Ball, Wm. M. Ball.
Lewis Clement, bachr., and Francis Fish, spr., July 1, 1833.
Win. T. Servos, Jno. Russel.
Henry Hogg, bachr., and Isabella Spankey, spr., Sept. 1, 1833.
Robt. Harris, Wm. Clarke.
Robert Jacob Clayton, bachr. (priv. 66th. Regt.), and Elizabeth Allen,
spr., Oct. 4.1833.
Jas. Cushman, bachr., and Sarah Lavelle, spr., Nov.28, 1833.
Jas. Clement, Wm. T. Servos.
Andrew Heron, widower, and Ann Paterson, widow, Jan. 7, 1834.
J. Muirhead, Walter Telfer.
The same Andrew Heron of note on page 81. The name occurs in
the marriage register of St. Mark's and St. Andrew's, and he and
his four wives lie buried in St. Mark's cemetery near the church.
Bill Martin, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
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