Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

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Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Källa : Internet Archive

Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON


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and Jane Hibler married, respectively, Peter Anderson and Richard Powell.


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son of Christopher, married Rebecca Ann Anderson and settled on Lot 15, 2nd concession of Charlotte -


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Jemima married George Anderson, and settled in Charlotteville, and Mary married Albert Toms, and settled near Simcoe.


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two days, and that of Walter Anderson, of Chariotteville, at four days, in response to their petition for a reduction.


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Buchner, Philip Forse, James Matthews, Walter Anderson and John Gustin.


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near Fredericksburg. Subsequently she married George Anderson, and settled in Norwich. She had a large family by her first husband,


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by their victorious fellowcolonists, and Mr. Anderson was one of them. Being sorely pressed in their place of retreat, Mr.


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Anderson family, of Vittoria. Captain Walter Anderson was one of the mudsills in our social foundation, and no name figures


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who settled in New York. William Anderson, a son of this brother, was a


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8th day of April, 1800, Walter Anderson petitioned for a reduction of his statute labor, and the Court granted the


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after sending for his family, Mr. Anderson settled in the Niagara District on land which he drew as a U.


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the next town meetin'." Col. Walter Anderson was a leading factor in the old Town Boards, filling various positions during


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the following day he met Mr. Anderson on the hill above the village, and that dignitary accosted him with :


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John Anderson, fourth son of the original Walter, never married. He lived a bachelor's life,


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James Anderson, third son of the original Walter, died in 1808, at the age of


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Henry Anderson, fifth and youngest son of the original Walter, was a baby in the


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Joseph Anderson, second son of the original Walter, was a


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Rebecca Anderson, eldest daughter of the or12:inal Walter, came into possession of the old homestead


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Elizabeth Anderson, 3-oungest daughter of the original Walter, married John Graves Secord, son of Captain


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(Signed) Thomas Anderson." It will thus be seen that Job Slaght was a citizen of the


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John Anderson, the eldest son of Mrs. Ellis, lives in Port


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Ellis, the second son, married Sarah Anderson. They live in Port Rowan.


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If there is anything that John Anderson likes, it is to sit down at the close of a hard days


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John Bell, town clerk , Walter Anderson, Joseph Kitchen and Joseph


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: Israel Wood Powell (warden), Walter Anderson, Thomas Backhouse, John B. Crouse, Nelson Eagles, James L. Green, Lawrence H. Hunt,