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101 1851 census Quebec - Canada East - Quebec County, St. Dunstan Subdistrict
John Hogan-born Ireland- 38- Protestant- farmer
Mary McMurray- his wife-30- born- Ireland- Protestant
James Hogan-son- 8-born- Can- Protestant
Hamilton Hogan-son-12- born- Can
John Hogan-son-1-born- Can
Elizabeth Hogan-daughter-10- born- Can
Margaret Hogan-daughter-6-born- Can
Ann Hogan- daughter- 3- born Can

Gordon Cemetery, Gordon and Allan, Manitoulin Island, #394
WILLIAM F. / McRAE / BORN 1838 / DROWNED 1886 / WILLIAM / McRAE / BORN 1803 / DIED 1889 / ISABEL ROSS / McRAE / BORN 1813 / DIED 1885 / SON / FATHER / & / MOTHER / McRAE / JOHN / HOGAN / BORN 1818 / DIED 1888 / ISAAC / HOGAN / BORN 1862 / DROWNED 1886

Tombstone photo. 
HOGAN, John (I245)
 
102 1851 Census, Bentinck township, Grey County, Ontario, p 31 line 46
Age next B D - 20 yrs.; BP Scotland, Presbyterian

1861 Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County, Ontario, p 38,
1 Male absent from family; 1 story Log House. (read at Salt Lake City, UT)

1871 Census, Brant Township, Bruce County, Ont. p 91, Family #311/325
age 36 yrs. Married, Presbyterian, Farmer. (read at Salt Lake City, UT)

1881 Ontario Census, Burpee & Robinson & Barrie Island, Page 23 Family 90
CAMPBELL Colin Male Married 49 Scottish Scotland Farmer Presbyterian
CAMPBELL Sarah Female Married 49 Irish Ontario Presbyterian
CAMPBELL Isaac Male 24 Irish Ontario Presbyterian
CAMPBELL Isabell Female 16 Irish Ontario Presbyterian
CAMPBELL Cristenia Female 14 Irish Ontario Presbyterian
CAMPBELL Barbar Female 10 Irish Ontario Presbyterian
CAMPBELL Colin Male 8 Irish Ontario Presbyterian

1891 Burpee Township , Algoma, Household #38
Campbell Colin Male 59 Married Head Scotland Scotland Scotland C Pre sbFarmer
Campbell Sarah Female 59 Married Wife Ontario Ireland Ireland C Presb
Campbell Colin Male 17 Single Son Ontario Scotland Ireland C Presb Farmer

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township. Con 7 Lot 32, Household #55
CAMPBELL Colin Male Head married 31 October 1833 67 Scot 1841 Scot Can PS Farmer
CAMPBELL Sarah Female Wife married 31 October 1832 68 Ont Irish Can PS
CAMPBELL Colin Male Son married 13 August 1874 26 Ont Scot Can PS Farmer's Son
CAMPBELL Isabella J. Female Daughter-in-Law married 5 February 1880 21 Ont Scot Ca n PS
CAMPBELL Isaac Male Head married 29 July 1855 45 Ont Scot Can PS Bake r
CAMPBELL Sarah Female Wife married 30 March 1870 31 Ont Irish Can PS
CAMPBELL Sarah E. Female Daughter single 4 February 1893 8 Ont Scot Can PS
CAMPBELL Catherine E. Female Daughter single 6 August 1895 5 Ont Scot Can PS
CAMPBELL Colin J.I Male Son single 29 October 1897 3 Ont Scot Can PS

1911 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township, Household #10
Campbell Colin Male Head Widow October 75
Campbell Colin Male Son Married July 1875 36
Campbell Jane Female Daughter Married February 1890 21
Campbell Lyda Female Grandson Single May 1909 2
Johnson John Male Domestic Single 1873 38
Johnson Margret Female Domestic Single June 1895 1

Occupation: - Reeve of Burpee Township, Manitoulin Island for 21 years

Gore Bay Recorder, April 4, 1912 [Thursday] issue, page 7 has a picture of Mr. Colin Campbell, Reeve of Burpee for 21 years. Illustrated Supplement.

Burpee Township Centennial - The Manitoulin Recorder -Wednesday July 29,1981, Page One A
The 1881 Original Minutes of the First meeting of the Township of Burpee -
Council Room Nov. 21, 1881 -
Meeting in accordance with Notice by his Honor Judge McRae Meeting opened at 12 O'Clock Noon . Members present Colin Campbell Reeve in the Chair, Councillors John Bell, John Keown, William Bailey, EarnestTaylor.
Moved by John Keown seconded by William Bailey that James Young be appointed Clerk and Treasurer for the Municipality of Burpee at a salary of $4. 00 four dollars for the Balance of the year 1881.
Carried.
Moved by William Bailey seconded by John Keown that the Clerk be instructed to draft a Bylaw fixing the salary of the Clerk andTreasurer.
Carried.
Moved by John Keown seconded by John Bell that Bylaw No. 1 be read a first time.
Carried.
Moved by William Bailey seconded by John Keown that Bylaw No. 1 be read a second and a third time.
Carried.
Moved by John Bell seconded by Earnest Taylor that John Eaton be appointed assessor for the year 1881 at a salary of $10.00 ten dollars.
Carried.
Moved by John Keown seconded by William Bailey that the 30th day of Nov. be fixed for the Assessor returning the Roll.
Carried.
Moved by John Bell seconded by Earnest Taylor that the 20th of Dec. the Council meet again for the Court of Revision and the Clerk is hereby instructed to give due notice of the same and that said court of Revision be held at the house of Colin Campbell on Lot 52 con 7 of the Municipality of Burpee at the hour of 10 of the Clock in the forenoon.
Carried.
Moved by John Keown seconded by John Bell that this meeting adjourn till the twentieth day of Dec. N. D. 1881 at the hour of 10 of the clock in the forenoon.
Carried.
James Young Clerk
Colin Campbell Reeve

Properties for which Campbells paid taxes or were entered on the resident roll of Burpee Township (according to the first minute book for this township).
DateNameConcession & Number [of Lot]
Nov. 21 1881 Colin Campbell Con. 7 Lot 32
May 1890 Colin Campbell Con. 10 Lot 10
May 1891C. Campbell Con. 8 Lot 30
June 1893C. Campbell Con. 8 Lot 30

Obituary, The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, June 29, 1916
Colin Campbell Dead
Colin Campbell, aged 87, passed away at his home in Burpee on Monday morning, June 26th 1916, his death being due to heart failure.
The late Mr. Campbell came to the Manitoulin over forty years ago and began business at Sheguiandah, where he operated a flour mill in partnership with Mr. Walker. He afterwards moved to Gore Bay, and eventually settled in Burpee Township, where for many years he was a leader in municipal affairs and in politics.
The funeral took place yesterday afternoon to Gordon Cemetery.

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths # 021 134 - 1916
CAMPBELL, Colin, male, 26 June 1916 in Burpee. Cause: Cardiac insufficiency at age 83 years. Born: Scotland. Parents: Donald Campbell.

Gordon Cemetery, Gordon and Allan, Manitoulin Island, #437
AT REST / SARAH CAMPBELL / DIED / JULY 1ST. 1901. / AE 69 YS.4 MS / A faithful wife and loving / mother. / CAMPBELL / COLIN / CAMPBELL / DIED / JUNE 26 1916 / AGED / 84 YRS / fs COLIN G. / 1872-1958 fs JANE / 1880-1967 
CAMPBELL, Colin (I25045)
 
103 1851 Census, Bentinck township, Grey County, Ontario, p31, line 46 , 9 years, BP Canada West, (This is the first child born after family immigrated to Canada. B Allen).

1911 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township, Household #26
Bailey Donald Male Head Single September 1880 30
Bailey Etta Female Wife Married January 1888 23
Bailey Lenard Male Son Single January 1905 6
Bailey Gertrude Female Daughter Single April 1906 5
Bailey Isabilla Female Daughter Single January 1908 3
Bailey Catherine Female Mother Widow July 1841 70

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #021 742 - 1923
BAILEY, Catherine; Sex: Female; Date of Death: April 11 1923 at Lot 20 Con 4, Burpee Twp.; Age at death: 82 yrs 10 mos. Date and place of birth: July 2 1840 at Hanover, Canada. Father's name and Birthplace: Donald Campbell at Scotland. Mother's name and birthplace: Bella Campbell at Scotland. Burial: Gordon Cemetery on April 13 1923; Informant: Donald Bailey, Evansville, son; Cause of Death: Influenza & Bronchitis.

Obituary - Gore Bay Recorder, April 26, 1923. -
DEATH OF KATHARINE BAILEY-
"On Wednesday, April 11th the community of Evansville received the tidings of the death of Mrs. Katharine Bailey. She was confined to her room only a few days. A short time ago she contracted a cold which settled in her lungs and caused her death.
She was born in Scotland in the year 1841 and was a member of the Presbyterian church.
Service was conducted at the house on Friday, April 13th, by Rev. A. R. Gibson and was attended by the whole community of sympathizing friends. Interment took place in Gordon Cemetery. The pallbearers being Allan Matheson, Charles Burns, James Panton, Angus Bell, C.J. Campbell and Gordon Morrison.
Her husband predeceased her 20 years ago. She leaves to mourn her loss,2 sons and 4 daughters; William Bailey, Gordon Township. and Donald Bailey of Evansville; Mrs. James Panton, Mrs. C. J. Campbell, Mrs.Angus B ell and Mrs. Charles Bell, all of Evansville.
The bereaved family and relatives have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement."

Gordon Cemetery, Gordon and Allan, Manitoulin Island, #417
ISAAC. / BELOVED SON OF / JAMES G.&CATHERINE / BAILEY, / DIED MAY 21,1899; / AGED 29 YEARS. / - / What if death with icy fingers, / All the fount of life congeals? / 'Tis not here thy brother lingers, / 'Tis not death his spirit feels. / BAILEY. / JAMES G. / BAILEY. / DIED JULY 26,1903 / AE 68 YRS. / CATHERINE / WIFE OF / JAS. BAILEY / 1840-1923 / J.LAWSON O.S.

Tombstone photo. 
CAMPBELL, Catharine (I2715)
 
104 1851 Census, C11723: Bentinck township, Grey County, Ontario, p 31 line46
1861 Census, #349,270: Bentinck Township., Grey County, Ontario, p 38.
1871 Census, C9951: Bentinck Township., Grey County, Ontario, page 50, line 13

Extant:
1852: Census ("Mrs. Donald" - age 38 years, BP Scotland, religion C/Scotland)
1861: Census (age 49 years)
1871: Census (age 56 years)

Information:
Death: Mr. Bob Gasink, Cemetery Board President and from book"Cemeteries of North Dakota, Pembina County, Volume 22" Information received 1997;-also have picture of headstone [cemetery visited August 2000] -B Allen . 
MACDONALD, Isabel (I24531)
 
105 1851 Census, Canada West, Leeds County, Bastard Township, Part 1
Name: Richard Wood
Province: Canada West (Ontario)
District: Leeds County
District Number: 
WOOD, Richard (I4512)
 
106 1851 Census, Vaughan Township, York County , Ward 5 Page 327
Moody George, age 21, single, living with parents James and Frances Moody.

1861 Census, Egremont Township, Grey County,District 2 Page 16
George Moody, age 28, Single, living with Robert Moody, age 25, Single,
Living in one log house and building another log house.

1871 Census, Egremont Township, Grey County, Division 3 Page 38
Moodie George age 41
Moodie Christina age 22
Moodie Hanna J. age 4
Moodie Martha A. age 2 
MOODY, George (I25128)
 
107 1851 England Census, Westmorland, Levens, Birks Cottage
ADDISON Peter Head Married 46 Farmer 30 acres Beethwaite Green Westmorland
ADDISON Jane Wife Married 43 born B Green
ADDISON George Gibson Son 18 born B Green
ADDISON William Son 12 born Birks Cottage
ADDISON Peter Son 8 Scholar born Birks Cottage
ADDISON Robert Son 6 Scholar born Birks Cottage
ADDISON Nicholas Son 4 born Birks Cottage
ADDISON Agnes Servant 12 House Servant born Kirby Lancashire

Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935
Port of Departure: Liverpool, England, Londonderry, Ireland
Port of Arrival: Quebec, Quebec
Vessel: S. S. Austrian
Date: 31 July 1871
Addison, George 35 Mechanic
Addison, Elizabeth 29 Wife
Addison, William 3 Child
Addison Joseph infant

1881 Ontario Census, Oxford South, South Norwich, page 3, Household #15
ADDISON George widow male English 49 England Farmer Methodist Canada
ADDISON William male English 13 England Methodist Canada
ADDISON Joseph male English 10 England Methodist Canada

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Robinson Township, Household #2
Addison George Male 50 Widow Head England England England Ch of England Farmer
Addison Joseph Male 21 Single Son England England England Ch of England Farmer
Addison E. Richard Male 18 Single Son Ontario England England Ch of England Farmer
Addison B. Peter Male 16 Single Son Ontario England England Ch of England Farmer

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Robinson Township, Con 9 Lot 25, Household#26
ADDISON Joseph Male Head single 10 November 1872 28 Eng 1873 Eng Can CE Farmer
ADDISON G. George Male Father widow 28 July 1832 68 Eng 1873 Eng Can CE
ADDISON E. Richard Male Brother single 31 August 1874 26 Ont Eng Can BT Farm Labor

1911 Robinson Census, Algoma East, Page #3, Household #39
Addison Joseph Male Head Married November 1867 43
Addison Lucinda Female Wife Married October 1874 37
Addison Elizabeth Female Daughter Single May 1902 9
Addison Daisy Irene Female Daughter Single July 1903 7
Addison Verna Jane Female Daughter Single March 1906 5
Addison Edar George Male Son Single May 1908 3
Addison John Edward Male Son Single May 1910 1
Addison George G Male Father Widow July 1832 88

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #020 843 - 1921
ADDISON, George Gibson, male, 25 June 1921 at Robinson. Cause: Senile debility at age 88 years, 10 months, 25 days. Born: England, 28 July1832. Parents: Peter Addison, England.

Obituary, The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, July 14, 1921
Mr. G. G. Addison
The early pioneers of Manitoulin have mostly crossed to the Great beyond, at least those who had attained to manhood or womanhood before coming to the Island.
One of the last to go was the venerable George Gibson Addison of Silverwater, who at an age just lacking about a month of eight-nine years, received the call on June 25, 1921.
Mr. Addison was born on July 29th, 1832, in Levens, Westmoreland, Eng. Mr. Addison was thus raised in the Lake District of England and drank in the characteristics which its scenes inspired. He had seen those beautiful lakes of which historians wrote and poets sang. Songs of Wordsworth, Soutbey and Colridge were more or less familiar to him.
In speaking to him of that wonderful country the writer said that it was very hilly, "Yes" he said, "that is what gives it its beauty." He had frequently seen Queen Victoria and such British leaders as Lord Salisbury and others. He had in his possession a curious medal given to his father bearing the date of July 4, 1818, with Lord Brougham's name and head stamped on one side, and on the reverse side the words, To the patriotic incorruptible and unbought freeholders of the county of Westmoreland.
He attended a college for a time in London and for five and one half years taught school in the Isle of Man and knew something of the native language of the people of that Isle.
In November, 1867 he was married to Elizabeth Herd of Kenton, Eng., and came to Canada in 1872 first locating near Norwich, Ont., and removed to Manitoulin in 1881 locating at Silver Water. He was an active worker in the Anglican church there and was superintendent of the Sunday School and Bible Class teacher for a considerable number of years. His loyalty to the means of grace and fidelity to his church is shown by the fact that at the age of sixty-nine he attended Sunday School fifty-three Sundays in the year. He also taught a singing school. He received presents with an address from his singing class.
Mrs. Addison died in 1881, since which time he has made his home with his son, Mr. Joseph Addison of Silver Water. Mr. Addison was among the eldest of his father's family and is survived by five brothers. Of his own family four boys and one girl survive, namely: Joseph of Silver Water, Barney of Burpee, Charlie of Vanessa, Ont., George of Wayne, Alta., and Mrs. Walter Greig of Niagara, N.Y.
Mr. Addison was a well informed man who possessed a wonderful memory. He had not been able to see to read for about four years. Notwithstanding this handicap he tried to keep a grasp of the general news of the world, and as to the general historic recollections of his early life he had the most vivid recollections.
The funeral service was conducted by Mr. E. Weeks who teaches the Anglican school at Sheshegwaning and conducts the Sunday services there and at Silver Water.
The distance to the cemetery being short, twelve pall bearers followed by many friends took turns in carrying the remains to their last resting place.
The friends have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement.

The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, June 30, 1921
Silverwater
Mr. Gilbert Addison, one of our oldest residents, passed quietly away on Saturday at the home of his son, Mr. Jos. Addison. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon.

Silver Water Cemetery, Lot 25, Concession 10 , Robinson Township, #64.
William / Addison 1868 - 1885 / Richard E. Addison 1873 -1906 / Addison / George 1832 - 1921 
ADDISON, George Gibson (I24099)
 
108 1851 Gore (Toronto Gore), Peel County, District 1, Page 13
2-Story, Log Dwelling, Tavern
John McDonald Farmer Ireland Engl (under the religion column) 42 (born abt. 1810)
Elizabeth United States Wesleyan Methodist 39 (born abt. 1813)
Anne Canada Wesleyan Methodist 18 (born abt. 1834)
Alexander Canada Wesleyan Methodist 15 (born abt. 1837)
William Canada Wesleyan Methodist 10 (born abt. 1842)
Catherine Canada Wesleyan Methodist 6 (born abt. 1846)
Elizabeth Canada Wesleyan Methodist 5 (born abt. 1847)
John Canada Wesleyan Methodist 2 (born abt. 1850) 
MCDONALD, John Thomas (I17682)
 
109 1851 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township; Bruce County, Ontario, page 19, line 24
33 years. BP Ireland; Married; Church of England; living in 1 story Log House, Farmer
[Agricultural census-Con 2 Lot 45 100 acres]

1871 Ontario Census, e2 Bentinck Township, page 41, line 1
48 years., BPIreland, Origin Irish, Married, Farmer
Schedule 4 - Con 5 Lot 29, Owner, 50 acres, 25 cultivated ,8 - - 6 wheat ; 2 oxen, 3 milch cows, 6 sheep, 3 swine.

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Bentinck Township, Household #134
LEE Henry male 48 Ireland Church of England Irish Farmer married
LEE Mary female 40 married
LEE Mary Jane female 24 Ontario
LEE Henry male 22 Farm Laborer
LEE ? female 19
LEE Christena female 15
LEE John male 13
LEE Robert male 11
LEE William male 9
LEE Joseph male 6
LEE Elizabeth female 3
LEE Charles male 10/12

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Gordon & Mills, Dist 182 SubDist I, Page 19, Family 91
LEE Henry Male Married 61 Irish Ireland Labourer Church of England
LEE Mary Female Married 48 Irish Ireland Church of England
LEE John Male 22 Irish Ontario Church of England
LEE Robert Male 20 Irish Ontario Church of England
LEE Joseph Male 16 Irish Ontario Church of England
LEE Elizabeth Female 12 Irish Ontario Church of England
LEE Charles Male 10 Irish Ontario Church of England
LEE Jonas Male 7 Irish Ontario Church of England

Tombstone photo.

Mills-Burpee Cemetery, Lot 24 S. W. Corner , Concession 7, Township of Burpee and Mills, #25.
IN MEMORY OF / HENRY LEE / DIED / APRIL 21, 1889 / AGED 76 YEARS / (illegible) 
LEE, Henry (I35336)
 
110 1851 Ontario Census, Norwich Township
DOAN Elijah, age 63, born 1788
DOAN Elizabeth age 62
DOAN Thomas age 29
DOAN Samuel age 22
DOAN Elizabeth age 19
DOAN Elias age 16, born 1835
DOAN Mary C age 14
DOAN Aaron P. age 10
DOAN Arthalinda age 8
DOAN May age 88 born 1763

1871 Ontario Census, Oxford South, Norwich South, page 1, Household #2
DOAN Elias P. male 35 Ontario German Farmer married
DOAN Margaret female 35 Ontario German married
DOAN Corenzo femae 10 Ontario German
DOAN Norman male 8 Ontario German
DOAN Elizabeth A. female 3 Ontario German
DOAN Elma Jane female 1 Ontario German

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Bidwell & Sheguiandah, Algoma, Page 10 Family 42
DOAN Elias P. Male Married 46 Irish Ontario Farmer C. Methodist
DOAN Margaret W. Female Married 46 Irish Ontario C. Methodist
DOAN Chorenzo P. Male 20 Irish Ontario C. Methodist
DOAN Norman M. Male 18 Irish Ontario C. Methodist
DOAN Elizabeth Ann Female 13 Irish Ontario C. Methodist
DOAN Elma Jane Female 11 Irish Ontario C. Methodist

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Sheguiandah Township, Household #42
Doan Elias P. Male 55 Married Head Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth Farmer
Doan Margeret W. Female 55 Married Wife Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth
Doan Elenor J. Female 21 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth
Doan James Albert Male 8 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Howland Township, Con.13 Lot 18, Household #16
Doan Elias P. male Head married 4 November 1835 65
Doan Margaret female Wife married 14 November 1835 65
Doan Albert male Son single 9 March 1883 18
Phillips Nelly female adopted single unknown 12

Through The Years, Vol. XI, No. 6, April 1994, page 9
It happened in June 1910 - Sheguiandah
Another of our old pioneer citizens passed away last week in the person of Mr. E.P. Doan.

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #018 930 - 1910
DOANE, Elias Pettit, male, 18 May 1910 at Howland. Cause: Enlarged prostate injury at age 74 years, 6 months, 14 days. Born: 4 November 1835. Parents: Elijah Doane, Canada and Elizabeth Pettit, United States. Informant: C P Doan

Elm View Cemetery, Sheguiandah United Church, Howland Township #67
DOAN / ELIAS P. / DOAN / DIED MAY 18.1910 / AGED 75 YRS. / HIS WIFE / MARG. W. MCCORMICK / DIED SEPT. 1 1916. / AGED 80 YRS. / Be ye also ready for insuch a time / as ye think not the Son of Man cometh.

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=70966224
Elias Petit Doan
Birth: Nov. 4, 1835, Ontario, Canada
Death: May 18, 1910, Manitoulin, Manitoulin District, Ontario, Canada
Born in Saltfleet Twp. Son of Elizabeth Petit and Elijah Doan. Married to Margaret Willson McCormick on 07 Sep 1860 in Brant Co, Ontario, Canada. Died in Sheguiandah Twp.
Family links:
Spouse: Margaret Willson McCormick Doan (1835 - 1916)
Children:
Chorenzo Perlin Doan (1861 - 1939)*
Norman Doan (1863 - 1885)*
Elizabeth Ann Doan Trimmer (1867 - 1926)*
Elma Jane Doan Robbins (1869 - 1946)*
James Albert Doan (1883 - 1950)*
*Calculated relationship
Inscription:
DOAN
ELIAS P.
DOAN
DIED MAY 18.1910
AGED 75 YRS.
HIS WIFE
MARG. W. MCCORMICK
DIED SEPT.1 1916.
AGED 80 YRS.
Be ye also ready for insuch a time
as ye think not the Son of Man cometh.
Burial: Elm View Cemetery, Howland, Manitoulin District, Ontario, Canada
Created by: Becky Doan
Record added: Jun 07, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70966224 
DOAN, Elias Pettit (I5587)
 
111 1851 Ontario, Census, Bentinck township, Grey County, p31 line 46
age 45 years, Farmer, BP Scotland, religion C/Scotland, living in 1 story Log House)

1861 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township., Grey County, p38.
age 55 years, married '1833', living in 1 story Log House

1861 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County, page 38
CAMPBELL Donald, farmer, BP Scotland, Ch of Scotland, 55, married in 1833
CAMPBELL Isabella, BP Scotland, 49, married in 1833
CAMPBELL Thomas, farmer, BP Scotland, 25
CAMPBELL Isabella, BP U. Canada, 15
CAMPBELL Daniel, U. Canada, 13
CAMPBELL George, U. Canada, 11
CAMPBELL Janet, U. Canada, 7
CAMPBELL Robert J., U. Canada, 5

1871 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township., Grey County, page 50, line 12
age 65 years

Information:
Death: Mr. Bob Gasink, Cemetery Board President and from book "Cemeteries of North Dakota, Pembina County, Volume 22"Information received 1997;-also have picture of headstone [cemetery visited August 2000] -B Allen .

Article - The Recorder, September 3, 1975
Campbell Reunion
By Douglas Kay Campbell
The August 2nd, 1975, Saturday, down pour and threatening skies on Sunday reduced the turnout of the 2nd Isabella and Donald Campbell clan reunion, held at Norm's Camp, Kagawong, Ontario.
Isabella and Donald Campbell arrived from Scotland to the Toronto area of Canada in the 1840's.
Four of their ten children moved by stages to Gore Bay and Evansville in the 1870's.
From the four children Colin, Christina, Catherine and Daniel (thanks to the historical interest of Freda Hall and other Campbells) we've been able to Family Tree table some 1000 Campbell offspring on the Island. Some of their names are:-
Bailey, Wright, Scott, Burns, Douglas, Morrison, Matheson, Patterson, Becker, Witty, McWhirter, Hall, Sloss, Turner, Clark, Adams, Bill, Bryant, Thirkil, Hough, Williams, Lane, Lanktree, Cornacchi, Arnott, McKay, McColeman, Harper, Dilworth, Addison, Harthe, Mquarrie, Chalmers, Purvis, Chapman, Gibson, Best, Dinsmore, etc.
As often happens the rain produced a more livelier indoors spirit with even my 81 yr. old congenital dislocated hipped mother trying to dance to the stirring bag pipes of Pipe Major John Boulton.
Other Campbells and friends came from Gore Bay, Whitefish Falls, Sudbury, Powasson, Toronto and Port Colborne, Ontario.
Though we invited those students and teachers plugged into our Island public schools none rose to the occasion to submit poetry entries.
Poetry however, did come from 14 yr. old Margaret Barker of Port Colborne who attended the Reunion with Campbell friend, Perry Andrew Campbell (From Sara and Andrew Campbell and the Daniel Br. of the Tree)
I recited the following work:-
Seal Slaughter to Jean Carrey
By dke
I watched the slaughter
Right and left
Long knifes
Cutting little ones
Left helpless
On the ice
By scampering mothers
All eyes
On deadly knives
And clubs.

Oh winds that move the seas
Blow these youngsters
Out to sea
So eager hands
Upon the shore
Will not thrust a knife

And bring a gentle mist
Oh Winds
Betogging all the pilots
Spotting for a hunter
So little seals may
Slip away
And frolic
On the ice.

Blow clear the mist
Oh Winds
And bring a school of fish
Or better still
A way of life
That does not kill a lite.
Mississauga, 1970.

Irene and James McQuarrie of Gore Bay, Verna Carr of Sudbury, Eleanor and Everette Campbell and Beatrice and Lawrence Campbell of R.R. #1 Gore Bay assisted in getting out the troops to the 75 Reunion.
Plans for the 76 one which will begin on the Civic Holiday are in progress.
Anyone wishing to take part in the said planning or participate in the Reunion by displaying their paintings, sculpture, singing or playing a musical instrument, reading their poetry, etc., will be most appreciated and is invited to contact Douglas Campbell of Gore Bay or anyone of the above. 
CAMPBELL, Donald (I24460)
 
112 1851 Sydenham, Grey
Andrew b. Scotland age 37
Helen S. b. Scotland age 29
Andrew b. Canada age 7
Daniel b. Canada age 5 (might have later been called David)
Robert b. Canada age 3
Jennet b. Canada age 1 
SIBBALD, Andrew (I2314)
 
113 1851 Waterloo Census, Wellesley Township, Reel # C11754 & C11755, page 132, lines 13-19
CASE, Hiram Canada Methodist 13 male single
Hiram is living in a single story log shanty with his parents Nathan, 60 and Catherine 52 and his brothers and sisters; George 16, James 10, Rachel 17 and Sarah 19.

1861 Ontario Census, Maryborough Township, Wellington County
Case, James Labourer Western Canada Methodist 20 single male cannot read or write
Case, Hiram Labourer Western Canada Methodist 22 married male cannot read or write
Case, Maria Western Canada Methodist 19 married female

1871 Census Howick Township, Huron County, Ontario
Kace Hiram male 32 Ont. Ch. England farmer married
Kace Mariah female 25 Ont. Ch. England married
Kace,Margaret female 2 Ont. Ch. England
Kace, Patience female 2 Ont. Ch. England

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack Township
Case, Hiran b. 1842 Ont. age 39 farmer married Irish C. Presb.
Case, Meriah b. 1849 Que. age 32 married Irish
Case, Patience b. 1869 Que. age 12
Case, James b. 1875 Que. age 6

1891 Ontario, Census, Algoma, Assiginack Township
Case Hiram male 57 married Head Ont. United States Ont. C. Presb. farmer
Case Maria female 40 married Wife Ont. Ireland Ont. Meth.
Case James male 16 Son Ont. Ont. Ont.
Case Nahan male 3 Son Ont. Ont. Ont.

1901 Census, Assiginack Township, Algoma Con. 15, Lot 7
Case Hiram head 15 July 1833 66 Ont. German
Case Elizabeth wife 15 October 1849 52 Ont. Irish
Case Nathan son 1 May 1887 14 Ont. German

1911 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack, Household #31
Case Hiram Male Head Married July 1830 80
Case Maria Female Wife Married October 1838 72

Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
Port of Sault Ste. Marie, 24 June 1911
CASE Hiram, 82, married male, Laborer, unable to read or write, English, last residence - Manitowaning, nearest relative, James Case, son, The Slash. Destination: McMillan, Michigan. Never been in the U.S.A. before. Going to visit daughter, Patience Bower, McMillan, Michigan. Senile. Description: 5ft 6in, fair complexion, white hair, blue eyes. Born: Reach Township [there is a stamp over the entry marked "DEBARRED"]
CASE Maria, 72, married female, wife, unable to read and write, Irish, last residence - Manitowaning, nearest relative, James Case, Son, The Slash. Destination: McMillan, Michigan. Never been in the U.S.A. before. Going to visit daughter, Patience Bower, McMillan, Michigan. Good Health, 5ft 2in, grey hair, brown eyes. Born: Wallace [there is a stamp over the entry marked "DEBARRED"]

Michigan Passenger and Crew Lists, 1903-1965
Port: Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 18 July 1911
CASE Hiram and wife Maria, Farmer, born Reach Township, Ontario. Last Permanent residence: Manitowanning, Ontario. Nearest relative: son, James Case, Slash, Ontario. Passage paid by Self. Destination: To live with daughter, McMillan, Mich., Patient Bowler. Description: 5ft 61/2 inches, fair complexion, white hair, blue eyes. Bald.

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths # 027094-1918
CASE, Hiram, male, 23 August, 1918, Assiginack. Married Farmer. Parents: Joseph Case and unknown. Cause of death: senile decay at age 86 years, 1 month. Physician attending: Dr. R.W. Shaw. Informant: James Case, the Slash.

Tombstone, Hilly Grove Cemetary, Assiginack, Ontario # 265
HIRAM / CASE / 1832 - 1918 / HIS WIFE / MARIA / 1845 - 1923 / Gone but not forgotton. 
CASE, Hiram (I41654)
 
114 1851/2 Census Chinquacousy Township, Peel County, ON, part 2, page 23, line 41, 15 years, Single, BP Canada. Agricultural Census-Con 3 Lot 4, 100 acres

1861 Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County, Ontario.(Salt Lake City, UT),
25 years, Farmer, Married [1860], religion C/Eng., living in 1 story Log House

1871 Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County, Ontario
34 years. Agricultural Census - Con 4, Lot 7, Bentinck Township, Grey County, ON, "Owner of 100 acres, with 2 Horses; 1 Milk Cow; 13 Swine; and 3 other horned cattle."

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee & Robinson & Barrie Island, Page 19 Family 76
BAILEY James Male Married 44 Irish Ontario Farmer Presbyterian
BAILEY Catherine Female Married 38 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY William Male 20 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Isabella Female 16 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Isaac Male 13 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Sarah A. Female 11 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Catharine Female 10 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Christenia Female 8 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Janett Female 6 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Mary Ann Female 4 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Donald C. Male <1 Scottish November Presbyterian Oct; 6/12

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township, Household #13
Baily James Male 56 Married Head Ontario Ireland Ireland C Presb Farmer
Baily Catharine Female 50 Married Wife Ontario Scotland Scotland C Presb
Baily Isaac Male 23 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb Farmer
Baily Sarah Female 20 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb
Baily Cristena Female 17 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb
Baily Jennett Female 15 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb
Baily Mary A. Female 13 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb
Baily Colin B. Male 10 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb
Baily Femie T. Female 7 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb
Baily Hildah Female 4 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township. Con 4 Lot 20, Household #50
BAILEY James G. Male Head married 18 September 1836 64 Ont Irish Can PS Farmer
BAILEY Catherine Female Wife married 15 July 1841 59 Ont Scot Can PS
BAILEY Donald C. Male Son single 29 October 1882 20 Ont Irish Can PS Farmer's Son
BAILEY Jamina H Female Daughter single 29 March 1887 13 Ont Irish Can PS

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #004 805 - 1903
BAILEY, James, male, 26 July 1903 at Burpee. Cause: Heart disease at age 68 years. Born: Chrngcgonichy (?).

Gordon Cemetery, Gordon and Allan, Manitoulin Island, #417
ISAAC. / BELOVED SON OF / JAMES G. & CATHERINE / BAILEY, / DIED MAY 21,1899; / AGED 29 YEARS. / - / What if death with icy fingers, / All the fount of life congeals? / 'Tis not here thy brother lingers, / 'Tis not death his spirit feels. / BAILEY. / JAMES G. / BAILEY. / DIED JULY 26,1903 / AE 68 YRS. / CATHERINE / WIFE OF / JAS. BAILEY / 1840-1923 / J.LAWSON O.S. 
BAILEY, James G. (I24472)
 
115 1851/2 Census Chinquacousy Township, Peel County, ON,part2,page 23, line4 2
age 13 years, Single, BP Canada. Agricultural Census -Con 3 Lot 4,100 acres.

1861 Census, Bentinck Township
age 20 years, Married, BPCanada, Church of England, Farmer, lived in 1 story LogHouse. (film at Salt Lake City)

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Bentinck Township, Concession 3, Lot 24, (50 acres) Household #42
BAILEY John male 32 Ontario Church of England Irish Farmer Married
BAILEY Nancy female 30 Ireland
BAILEY Sarah female 13 Ontario
BAILEY Isaac male 11
BAILEY Robert male 9
BAILEY John male 6
BAILEY Elisa female 3
BAILEY Joseph male 10/12

1881 Ontario Census. Gordon & Mills, Algoma, Page 12 Family 57
BAILEY John Male Married 42 Irish Ontario Farmer Church of England
BAILEY Nancy Female Married 40 Irish Ireland Church of England
BAILEY Isaac Male 21 Irish Ontario Farmer Church of England
BAILEY Robert Male 18 Irish Ontario Church of England
BAILEY John JR Male 15 Irish Ontario Church of England
BAILEY Eliza Female 13 Irish OntarioChurch of England
BAILEY Joseph Male 11 Irish Ontario Church of England
BAILEY Samuel Male 8 Irish Ontario Church of England
BAILEY Mary Ann Female 6 Irish Ontario Church of England
BAILEY James Henry Male 3 Irish Ontario Church of England

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township, Household #7
Baily John Male 52 Married Head Ontario Ireland Ireland C Presb Farmer
Baily Nancy Female 50 Married Wife Ireland Ireland Ireland C Presb
Baily Samuel Male 18 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ireland C Presb
Baily James Male 13 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ireland C Presb
Baily Nancy E. Female 10 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ireland C Presb
Baily Mary A. Female 15 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ireland C Presb

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township. Con 4 Lot 34, Household #39
BAILEY John Male Head married 28 October 1836 64 Ont Irish Can CE Farmer
BAILEY Nancy Female Wife married 1 January 1841 60 Ire 18 53 Irish Can CE
BAILEY James H. Male Son single 20 March 1878 23 Ont Irish Can CE
BAILEY Nancy E. Female Daughter single 26 June 1881 19 Ont Irish Can CE

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #004 301 - 1902
BAILEY, John, male, 1 May 1902 at Burpee. Cause: Heart disease at age 67 years. Born: Peel County, Ontario.

Surrogate Court, Manitoulin Island, Reg. 1, p236 -1902: Will-
"John Bailey, Tp Burpee, Farmer, DD 13 April 1902 at Burpee "Note: DD from Death reg'n, differs from Will.

Tombstone photo.

Mills-Burpee Cemetery
Lot 24 S. W. Corner , Concession 7, Township of Burpee and Mills, #38.
JNO. BAILEY / DIED / APR 30 1902, / AE 66 Y'RS. / Gone home. / HIS WIFE / NANCIE BARBER / DIED / MAY 24 1918 / AGED 78 YRS 5 MOS 24 DYS(back) BAILEY / fs FATHER 
BAILEY, John (I11869)
 
116 1851/2 Ontario Census Chinquacousy Township, Peel County, ON, part 2, page 23, line 40
age 17 years, Single, BP Canada. Agricultural Census - Living at Con 3 Lot 4, 100 acres, Chinquacousy Township, Peel Co., ON.

1861 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County, p 61, line 3
BAILEY William farmer, BP Canada, Church of England 24 yrs., Married,
BAILEY Christina BP Scotland, 22 yrs, Married
BAILEY Donald BP Canada, 4 yrs
BAILEY Sarah BP Canada 3 yrs
1 story Log house

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Bentinck Township, Household #23
BAILEY William male 37 Ontario Church of England Irish Farmer Married
BAILEY Christina female 32 Scotland Presbyterian Scotch Married
BAILEY Daniel James male 13 Ontario Irish
BAILEY Sarah Jane female 11
BAILEY Isabellah female 8
BAILEY Isaac male 6
BAILEY Christina female 4
BAILEY William Thomas male 2
BAILEY Johanna female 1/12

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee & Robinson & Barrie Island, Page 19 Family
BAILEY William Male Married 47 Irish Ontario Farmer Presbyterian
BAILEY Christenia Female Married 41 Scottish Scotland Presbyterian
BAILEY Isabella Female 19 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Isaac Male 17 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Christenia Female 14 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY William Thomas Male 12 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Barbara Female 9 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Colin G. Male 6 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Norman Male 2 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian
BAILEY Janett Female 1 Scottish Ontario Presbyterian

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township, Household #30
Baily William Male 57 Married Head Ontario Ireland Ireland C Presb Farmer
Baily Christina Female 52 Married Wife Scotland Scotland Scotland C Presb
Baily Jennett A. M. Female 10 Single Daughter Ontario Scotland Ontario C Presb
Baily David J. N. Male 12 Single Son Ontario Scotland Ontario C Presb
Baily Colin G. Male 17 Single Son Ontario Scotland Ontario C Presb Farmer
Baily Daniel J. Male 32 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb Farmer
Baily Isaac Jr. Male 26 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb Farmer
Baily William T. Male 22 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario C Presb Farmer

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Burpee Township. Con 7 Lot 26, Household #14
BAILEY William Male Head marrried 22 June 1834 66 Ont Eng Can PS Farmer
BAILEY Christina Female Wife married 11 March 1834 64 Scot 1840 Scot Can PS
BAILEY David J. N. Male Son single 21 March 1879 22 Ont Eng Can PS Farmer's Son
BEEKERTON Thomas H. Male Head single 23 June 1874 26 Ont Eng Can CE Farmer

Burpee Township Centennial - The Manitoulin Recorder -Wednesday July 29, 1981, Page One A
The 1881 Original Minutes of the First meeting of the Township of Burpee -
Council Room Nov. 21, 1881 -
Meeting in accordance with Notice by his Honor Judge McRae Meeting opened at 12 O'Clock Noon. Members present Colin Campbell Reeve in the Chair, Councillors John Bell, John Keown, William Bailey, Earnest Taylor.
Moved by John Keown seconded by William Bailey that JamesYoung be appointed Clerk and Treasurer for the Municipality of Burpee at a salary of $4.00 four dollars for the Balance of the year 1881.
Carried.
Moved by William Bailey seconded by John Keown that theClerk be instructed to draft a Bylaw fixing the salary of the Clerk and Treasurer.
Carried.
Moved by John Keown seconded by John Bell that Bylaw No. 1 be read a first time.
Carried.
Moved by William Bailey seconded by John Keown that Bylaw No.1 be read a second and a third time.
Carried.
Moved by John Bell seconded by Earnest Taylor that John Eaton be appointed assessor for the year 1881 at a salary of $10.00 ten dollars.
Carried.
Moved by John Keown seconded by William Bailey that the 30th day of Nov.be fixed for the Assessor returning the Roll.
Carried.
Moved by John Bell seconded by Earnest Taylor that the 20th of Dec. theCouncil meet again for the Court of Revision and the Clerk is hereby instructed to give due notice of the same and that said court of Revision be held at the house of Colin Campbell on Lot 52 con7 of the Municipality of Burpee at the hour of 10 of the Clock in the forenoon.
Carried.
Moved by John Keown seconded by John Bell that this meeting adjourn tillt he twentieth day of Dec. N. D. 1881 at the hour of 10 of the clock in the fore noon.
Carried.
James Young Clerk
Colin Campbell Reeve

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #005 110 - 1906
BAILEY, William, male, 11 January 1906 in Gore Bay. Cause: Heart disease several years at age 72 years.

Gordon Cemetery, Gordon and Allan, Manitoulin Island, #460
WILLIAM / BAILEY / 1833 - 1906 / AT REST / ROBERT / JUNE-NOV. 1877 / BAILEY / CHRISTENA CAMPBELL / WIFE OF / WILLIAM BAILEY / 1837- 1925 / - / SARAH JANE / BAILEY / WIFE OF / JOHN BAILEY / 1859 - 1942 / CHRISTENA P. / BAILEY / 1903-1906 / 
BAILEY, William (I21665)
 
117 1856 Neil McEachern, aged 34 (24?) son of John McEachern & Anne Paul married Anne Brown aged 25 domestic servant, daughter of John Brown & Margt McAlister on the 18th of September Church of Scotland Kilmeny parish, witness Dopnald McDonald, Donald Lindsay, musician, ? McArthur Labourer.

Marriage date from Joan H. 
Family F628
 
118 1861 Canada West Census, Grey, Osprey, page 8
HERON Dungan G. farmer Upper Canada P.M. 24 male married
HERON Elisabeth Upper Canada P.M. 19 female married
HERON William Upper Canada P.M. 1 male

1871 Ontario Census, Grey, St. Vincent, page 3, Household #12
HERON Duncan male 37 Ontario W. Methodist Scotch Carpenter married
HERON Elizabeth female 29 Ontario W. Methodist English married
HERON William male 10 Ontario W. Methodist Scotch
HERON George male 4 Ontario W. Methodist Scotch
HERON Mary Ann female 2 months (February) Ontario W. Methodist Scotch

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Billings & Campbell, Algoma, Dist 182 SubDist G Page 30 Family 137
HERON Duncan Male Married 44 English Ontario Farmer Weslyan Methodist
HERON Elizabeth Female Married 39 German Ontario Weslyan Methodist
HERON William Male 20 English Ontario Weslyan Methodist
HERON George Male 14 English Ontario Weslyan Methodist
HERON Ann Female 10 English Ontario Weslyan Methodist
HERON Margaret Female 3 English Ontario Weslyan Methodist
HERON Ednie Female 1 English Ontario Weslyan Methodist

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #(number not visible)
HERON Duncan George, male, 17 January 1887, Osprey Township, Grey County. Cause: Pneumonia for 17 days at age 50 years 9 months. Born: York Township, Ontario. Informant: George Heron, son. 
HERON, Duncan George (I7761)
 
119 1861 Canada West Census, Lambton, Sarnia, page 41
HURLBURT Thomas missionary Upper Canada W. Methodist 52 male married
HURLBURT Betsey Upper Canada 45 female married
HURLBURT Isabella Upper Canada 24 female
HURLBURT Eliza Upper Canada 21 female
HURLBURT Horace Kansas Territory 13 male
HURLBURT Maria Missouri 10 female
HURLBURT Allice Upper Canada 8 female
HURLBURT Suey Upper Canada 6 female
HURLBURT Franklin Upper Canada 3 male

1871 Ontario Census, Welland, Bertie, page 68, Household #270
HURLBURT Thomas male 63 W. Methodist English W. Meth. Minister married
HURLBURT Roxana female 57 W. Methodist English married
HURLBURT Maria female 21 W. Methodist English School Teacher
HURLBURT Alice female 18 W. Methodist English

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #001 015 - 1873
HURLBERT, Thomas, male, 14 April 1873, Manitoulin. Cause: Supposed apoplexy at age 65 years. Born: Ontario.

"Over the Years" 100th Anniversary of the Little Current United Church states that Rev Hurlburt came to Little Current in 1871 and died on the Island 1873.

http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/hurlburt_thomas_10E.html
Dictionary of Canadian Biography
HURLBURT, THOMAS, Methodist missionary, linguist and philologist; b. 3 March 1808, in the township of Augusta, Upper Canada, the fourth son of 16 children of Heman Hurlburt and Hannah Mosier; m. 1832, Betsy Almira, eldest daughter of the Reverend Ezra Adams; d. 14 April 1873, at Little Current, Ont.
Heman Hurlburt was a prosperous farmer and gave each of his children a good education; of his 11 sons, five became Methodist ministers. It is not known where Thomas received his formal education, and he does not appear to have attended university. However, although his 45-year career as a missionary, first of the Methodist Episcopal Church, then of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, was spent primarily in remote areas, he showed a thorough knowledge of many of the works of major scientists, philologists, and theologians, and produced some scholarly studies in geology and philology.
Hurlburt began teaching Indians at Muncey, Middlesex County, under Methodist auspices in 1828, and the next year was put in charge of a mission. In 1834 he was sent to the Indian village of Saugeen on Lake Huron, and in 1835 he was ordained. Moving to the St Clair mission in 1837, he came under the superintendency of James Evans* whom he assisted in the development of his recently invented orthography of the Ojibwa language. He continued to work closely with Evans in 1838 when they were sent to the outposts of the Lake Superior mission (later called Pic River) by the Methodist Missionary Society. Hurlburt remained at Pic River until 1843; in 1844, for the sake of his wife's health, he was given leave to work under the Indian Mission Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States in Missouri and neighbouring regions in the Mississippi valley. He returned to Canada in 1851 and served in the Indian villages at Alderville and Rice Lake until 1854 when he was appointed chairman of the Hudson's Bay District. He travelled to his new post at Norway House accompanied by John Ryerson, who was on a tour of inspection of the Methodist missions in the northwest.
Hurlburt remained at Norway House until 1857 when he was sent to Garden River and, in 1858, to the St Clair mission. He laboured mainly at this post and on Manitoulin Island until his death on 14 April 1873, which resulted from injuries caused when he fell on the ice while building a boat for a missionary journey. Except for five years spent in pastorates among whites, he had served in almost all the Methodist Indian missions in Canada, and, for seven years, in missions in the United States.
Hurlburt's aim was to Christianize and civilize the Indians. Only their Christianization, he argued, could bring about their civilization, and the primary needs were "the Scriptures in the vernacular, and . . . a native agency, with day schools and preaching all in the language of the people." Hurlburt encouraged the training of Indian teachers and ministers; he made translations of scripture, catechisms, and hymns into Cree and Ojibwa and printed them. While stationed at the St Clair mission, he began to publish, in 1861, Petaubun, Peep of Day (Sarnia), a monthly newspaper in Ojibwa and English. His mastery of several Indian dialects, won by an expert knowledge of the functions of the organs of speech and of Indian phonetics, was an outstanding achievement. He was the only Methodist missionary of his time who could preach to Indians without an interpreter.
In the 1850s, the government began to expropriate lands in the Bruce Peninsula claimed by the Indians, with a view to settlement by whites. Hurlburt did not oppose expropriation but did object to the unjust and unnegotiable compensation given the Indians and their relegation to a state of "perpetual minority." He decried the government's assumptions that the Indians were lazy and that they would soon be extinct and urged that the only good policy was to make the Indians "citizens in every respect."
Hurlburt's views went unheeded and, despite his work and that of his contemporaries, the churches and governments failed to conceive a viable way of life for the Indian in Canada.
Arthur G. Reynolds
Thomas Hurlburt was the author of Evidences of the glories of the one divine intelligence as seen in his works (Toronto, 1867); "A memoir on the inflections of the Chippewa tongue," in Information respecting the history, condition, and prospects of the Indian tribes of the United States . . . , ed. H. R. Schoolcraft (6v., Philadelphia, 1851-57), IV, 385-96; and "Review of Sir Charles Lyell on The antiquity of man," Methodist Review (New York), XLVII (1965), 559-82. His writings and translations in Cree and Ojibwa, as well as other writings attributed to him, have not been located.
UCA, John Maclean collection, material gathered for a biography of Thomas Hurlburt. Christian Guardian (Toronto), 1838-73. Carroll, Case and his cotemporaries, III, IV, V. John Maclean, Vanguards of Canada (Toronto, 1918), 66-83. Erastus Hurlburt, "Thomas Hurlburt, Indian missionary," Methodist Magazine (Toronto, Halifax), XXXIV (1891), 52-59.
Cite This Article
Arthur G. Reynolds, "HURLBURT, THOMAS," in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 10, University of Toronto/Universit 
HURLBURT, Thomas (I37150)
 
120 1861 Canada West Census, Simcoe, Nottawasaga, page 49
HUTCHINSON R. farmer Ireland Church of Scotland 28 married
HUTCHINSON Mellissa Canada West Church of Scotland 25 married
HUTCHINSON Anne Canada West Church of Scotland 4
HUTCHINSON Albert Canada West Church of Scotland 2

1871 Ontario Census, Simcoe, Nottawasaga, page 71, Household #249
HUTCHISON Richard male 40 Ireland Irish Carpenter married
HUTCHISON Melissa female 36 Ontario W. Methodist Irish married
HUTCHISON Annie female 13 Ontario W. Methodist Irish
HUTCHISON Jonathan male 10 Ontario W. Methodist Irish
HUTCHISON Elizabeth female 6 Ontario W. Methodist Irish
HUTCHISON James male 3 Ontario W. Methodist Irish

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Sandfield, Page 1 Family 3
HUTCHISON Ritchard Male Married 49 Irish Ireland Farmer Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON Maisia Female Married 46 Dutch Ontario Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON Jonathan Male 19 Irish Ontario Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON Elizabeth Female 16 Irish Ontario Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON James Male 12 Irish Ontario Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON Nancy Female 9 Irish Ontario Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON George Male 6 Irish Ontario Methodist Canada
HUTCHISON Walter Male 4 Irish Ontario Methodist Canada

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Sandfield Township, Household #15
Hutchison Ritchard Male 60 Married Head Ireland Ireland Ireland Presb. Farmer
Hutchison Malisia Female 56 Married Wife Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb.
Hutchison James Male 22 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ontario Presb.
Hutchison Nancy Female 19 Single Daughter Ontario Ireland Ontario Presb.
Hutchison George Male 16 Single Daughter Ontario Ireland Ontario Presb.
Hutchison Walter Male 13 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ontario Presb

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Sandfield, Household #1
Hutchison Richard male Head Married 16 April 1831 69
Hutchison Mary M. female Wife Married 9 January 1835 66
Hutchison Wallis A. male Son Single 12 May 1877 23
Ballantyne Oak T. male Grandson Single 9 June 1886 15

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #005 273 - 1905
HUTCHINSON, Richard, 2 September 1905, Sandfield. Cause: Chronic Bright's Disease and old age for 3 years at age 73 years. Born: England. Farmer Lot 4 Con 1. Married Methodist. Informant George Huchinson.

Hilly Grove Cemetery, Assiginack Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
RICHARD / HUTCHISON / DIED / SEPT. 2, 1905 / AE 74 Y'RS. / Dear Father thou art / with us still in memory / HIS WIFE / MARY M / DIED / MAR 17 1915 / AGED 80 YRS / AT REST / HUTCHISON 
HUTCHINSON, Richard (I11200)
 
121 1861 Census Manvers Twp.
Whitside Robert Occ. - Farmer, b. Ire., Rel - E.C.M., age 27, male, single, Log house, 1 story, built 1854.
Livingston Mary Ann (Marion), adopted, b. U.C., Rel - E.C.M., age 12, fem., single.
Livingston Sarah Jane, adopted, b. U.C., Rel - E.C.M., age 10, fem., single.
(Robert Whitside is Jane Hannah nee Whitside's brother)

Hilly Grove Cemetery, Assiginack Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
SLOAN / PARENTS / WILLIAM J. / 1875-1915 / WIFE / ANNIE GRUR DAVIDSON / 1877-1959 ts WM. J. SLOAN / 1875 - 1915 ts. ANNIE G. SLOAN / 1877 - 1959 ts. SAM SLOAN / 1845 - 1920 ts. MARY A . SLOAN / 1849 - 1892 4 cs "S" 
LIVINGSTON, Marion (I15633)
 
122 1861 Census of Canada
Name Patrick Conners
Gender Male
Age 45
Birth Year 
CONNOR, Patrick (I63721)
 
123 1861 Census of Canada
NameAlex
Gender Male
Age 40
Birth Year 
AELICK, Elias Ira (I33538)
 
124 1861 Census of Canada about Isac Duxbury
Name: Isac Duxbury
[Isaac Duxbury]
Age10
Birth Year:1851
Birthplace:Canada West
Home in 1861:St Vincent, Grey, Canada West
Religion:Wesleyan Methodist
Film Number:C-1028-1029
Page Number:49

1871 Census of Canada about Isaac Duxbury
Name: Isaac Duxbury
Gender:Male
Age:19
Birth Year:abt 1852
Birth Place:Ontario
Religion:Weslyan Methodist
Origin:English
Province:Ontario
District:Grey North
District Number:37
Division:03
Subdistrict:St Vincent
Subdistrict Number:h
Household Members:
Name, Age
Rachel Duxbury, 55
Isaac Duxbury, 19
Elizabeth Duxbury, 17
Nathen Duxbury, 15
Danial Duxbury, 12
John Duxbury, 70

1881 Census of Canada about Isaac Duxbury
Name: Isaac Duxbury
Gender: Male
Age:29
Birth Year:1852
Birthplace:Ontario
Religion: Methodist Church of Canada
Nationality:ENGLISH
Province: Ontario
District Number:155
District: Grey East
Sub-District Number:I
Subdistrict:St. Vincent
Division:2
Household Members:
Name, Age
John Duxbury, 80
Isaac Duxbury, 29
Rachel Duxbury, 65
Elizabeth Duxbury, 27
Nathan Duxbury, 25
Daniel Duxbury, 22

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Carnarvon Township, Household #63
DUXBURY Isaac Male Head single 8 June 1852 48 Ont Eng Can ME Farmer
DUXBURY Elizabeth J. Female Housekeeper married 19 January 1865 35 Ont Irish Can ME
DUXBURY Sarrah J. Female Daughter single 15 August 1892 8 Ont Eng Can ME
DUXBURY Mary A. Female Daughter single 8 March 1890 22 Ont Eng Can ME
DUXBURY John E. Male Son single 20 December 1895 5 Ont Eng Can ME
DUXBURY Lilly M. Female Daughter single 4 May 1900 Ont Eng Can ME

1911 Census of Canada about Isaac Duxbury
Name:Isaac Duxbury
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Age: 59
Birth Date: Jun 1852
Birthplace:Ontario
Relation to Head of House: Head
Tribal: English
Province: Ontario
District: Algoma East
District Number:54
Sub-District:Carnarvon, part
Sub-District Number:13
Place of Habitation: Carnarvon Tp
Neighbors:View others on page
Household Members:
NameAge
Isaac Duxbury59
Mary Duxbury, 21

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #013 932 - 1917
DUXBURY Isaac, male, 19 March 1917, Meaford, Grey County. Single Farmer. Cause: Pernicious Anemia at age 65 years 9 months. Parents: John Duxbury and Rachel Openshaw. Born: St. Vincent Township. 
DUXBURY, Isaac (I55852)
 
125 1861 Census of Canada about Samuel Linley
Name: Samuel Linley
Gender: Male
Age: 6
Birth Year: 1855
Birthplace: Upper Canada
Marital Status: Single
Home in 1861: Artemesia, Grey, Canada West
Religion: C England

Source Citation
"Ontario Census, 1861," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MQQJ-F8P : accessed 11 April 2012), Samuel Linley (Artemesia, Grey, Ontario, Canada).
Name: Samuel Linley
Event: Census
Event Date: 1861
Event Place: Artemesia, Grey, Ontario, Canada
Enumeration District: 05
Gender: Male
Age: 6
Marital Status: Single
Religion: C England
Birthplace: U C
Estimated Birth Year: 1855
Sheet Number: 48
Line Number: 1
Library and Archives Canada Film Number: C-1026-1027
Film Number: 349270
Digital Folder Number: 4108070
Image Number: 00080

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Dawson and Cockburn Island, Dist 182 SubDist K Page 8 Family 42
CONNER John Male Married 37 Irish Quebec Boarding House Keeper Church of England
CONNER Emma Female Married 30 English Ontario Church of England
CONNER Emma Jane Female 11 English Ontario Church of England
CONNER Edith May Female 9 English Ontario Church of England
CONNER John Westley Male 7 English Ontario Church of England
CONNER Caroline Female 5 English Ontario Church of England
CONNER William Ernest Male 2 English Ontario Church of England
LINLEY Harriet Female 20 English Ontario Servant Church of England
LINLEY Samuel Male 22 English Ontario Laborer Church of England
BROOKS George Male Married 45 English Ontario Contractor Church of England

1891 Census of Canada about Samuel Lenley
Name: Samuel Lenley
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Age: 35
Birth Year: abt 1856
Birthplace: Canada
Relation to Head of House: Head
Religion: Church of England
French Canadian: No
Father's Birth Place: England
Mother's Birth Place: England
Province: Ontario
District Number: 117
District: Simcoe North
Subdistrict: Nottawasaga
(In this census Samuel is listed next to his sister Jessie who was married to Thomas Plant)

Ontario, Canada Voter Lists, 1867-1900 about Samuel Linley
Name: Samuel Linley
Year: 1893
Locality: Osprey Township
Province: Ontario
Country: Canada

1901 Census of Canada about Samuel Linley
Name: Samuel Linley
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Age: 41
Birth Day & Month: 23 Oct
Birth Year: 1859
Birthplace: Ontario
Relation to Head of House: Head
Racial or Tribal Origin: English
Nationality: Canadian
Religion: Church Of England
Occupation: Farmer
Province: Ontario
District: Simcoe (north/nord)
District Number: 114
Sub-District: Nottawasaga
Sub-District Number: E-6

Flesherton Advance, 13 Jan 1910, p. 1
Maxwell
Samuel Linley of Regina is visiting with his brother, Edward Linley. 
LINLEY, Samuel (I31742)
 
126 1861 Census, Enumeration District, No. Four of the Township of Oneida in County of Haldimand
Clinton, James, farmer, born Upper Canada, N. C. Methodist, 25, male
Clinton, Sarah, born Ireland, N. C. Methodist, 29, female
Clinton, Milisey, born Upper Canada, N. C. Methodist, 4, female
Clinton, William, born Upper Canada, N. C. Methodist, 3, male
Clinton, Matilda, born Upper Canada, N. C. Methodist, 1, female
Clintonm William H., born Upper Canada, N. C. Methodist, 25, male, married during the year
Clinton, Mary, born Upper Canada, N. C. Methodist, 27, female, married during the year
Source Citation
Library and Archives Canada; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Census Returns For 1861; Roll: C-1029-1030 
CLINTON, James (I74139)
 
127 1861 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County
BARBER Rob't Yeoman, BP Scotland, U.P. 37 years
BARBER Jane, BP Scotland, 37 years
BARBER John, BP Scotland, 11 years
BARBER Jannett, BP Canada, 8 years
BARBER Mary, BP Canada, 5 years
BARBER William, BP Canada, 3 years
BARBER Jane, BP Canada, 1 year 
BARBOUR, Robert (I583)
 
128 1861 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township, Grey County
McDOUGALD Malcom Scotland 42
McDOUGALD Margory Scotland 32
McDOUGALD Hariet Scotland 12
McDOUGALD Colina Canada 10
McDOUGALD Donald Canada 9
McDOUGALD John Canada 7
McDOUGALD Neil Canada 5
McDOUGALD Allan Canada 3
McDOUGALD C. A. Canada 1

1871 Canadian Census, Manitoulin Centre, District #87, Sub-District B, Division 2, Family #20.
McDougall Malcolm male 56 Scotland Presby Scotch Farmer Married
McDougall Margary female 40 Scotland Presby Scotch Married
McDougall Colina female 20 Canada Presby Scotch
McDougall Donald male 19 Canada Presby Scotch Labourer
McDougall John male 17 Canada Presby Scotch
McDougall Catherine 11 female Canada Presby Scotch
McDougall Niel male 14 Canada Presby Scotch
McDougall Mary female 7 Canada Presby Scotch
McDougall Allan male 6 Canada Presby Scotch

1881 Ontario Census, Assiginack, Algoma, Page 7, Household 31.
McDougall Mal. Married Male Scottish 60 Scotland Farmer C. Presbyterian
McDougall Margera Married Female Scottish 48 Scotland C. Presbyterian
McDougall Neil Male Scottish 23 Ontario Farmer C. Presbyterian
McDougall C.A. Female Scottish 18 Ontario School Teacher C. Presbyterian
McDougall Flora Female Scottish 16 Ontario C. Presbyterian
McDougall Allen Male Scottish 14 Ontario C. Presbyterian

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #001 308 - 1896
McDOUGAL, Malcolm, 6 January 1896, Assiginack. Cause: Old age and illnes about 1 year at age 80 years. Born: Glasgow. Farmer. Presbyterian. Informant: Neil McDougal, son Manitowaning.

Hilly Grove Cemetery, Assiginack Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
MALCOLM / McDOUGALL / 1814-1896 / NEIL. C. / McDOUGALL / 1896 - 1905 / IN / MEMORY OF / ALLAN McDOUGALL / WHO DIED / MAR. 26TH 1884: / AGED 18 YEARS. / Gone but not forgotten / MARY F. / McDOUGALL / 1864 - 1888 / MARJORY / McDOUGALL. / 
MCDOUGALL, Malcolm (I26972)
 
129 1861 Ontario Census, Bentinck Township,Grey County, Ontario, page 38,
8 years, Single, BP U. Canada, Church of Scotland, attending school. "1 M[ale] absent from family; 1 story Log House

1871 Ontario Census, Brant Township, Bruce County, page 91, Family #311
17 years Single Son BP Ontario Origin Scotch Presbyterian.

1881 Ontario Census, Burpee & Robinson & Barrie Island, Algoma, Page 22 Family 88
CAMPBELL Daniel Male Married 27 Scottish Ontario Farmer Church of England
CAMPBELL Christenia Female Married 23 Irish Ontario Church of England
CAMPBELL Colin Albert Male <1 Irish Ontario Church of England Oct; 5/12

1891 Ontario Census, Mills Township, Household #8
Campbell Dan Male 38 Married Head Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb Farmer
Campbell Cristine Female 34 Married Wife Ontario Ireland Ireland Presb
Campbell Albert Male 10 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb
Campbell Daniel Male 9 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb
Campbell Elizabeth Female 7 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb
Campbell Ellrett Female 5 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb
Campbell Sandy Male 3 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Presb

1901 Ontario Census, Muskoka & Parry Sound, Himsworth, page 10, Household #87
Campbell Daniel male Head married 29 August 1855 45
Campbell Bert male Son single 11 September 1880 20
Campbell Daniel male Son single 21 August 1882 18
Campbell Lizzie May female Daughter single 16 August 1884 16
Campbell Aleeata female Daughter single 15 October 1886 14
Campbell Alexander male Son single 19 August 1888 12
Campbell Hubert male Son single 29 April 1891 10
Campbell Clark W. male Son single 10 September 1893 7
Campbell Edith female Daughter single 16 August 1896 4

Gore Bay Recorder,January 31,1935. -
"Evansville - Mrs. Scott, Mrs. C. Burns, Mrs. S. Wright and Colin Campbell were called to the bedside of their brother Daniel Campbell, Powassanon Monday. It is reported he is seriously ill with pneumonia. Mr. Campbell has many relatives in Burpee and other parts of the Island . Our greatest sympathy goes to the family."

Obituary - Gore Bay Recorder, Thursday, March 21st, 1935. -
Manitoulin Pioneer Passes At Powassan -
In the passing of Mr. Daniel Campbell Sr., of Powasson, Manitoulin has lost another of its early pioneers, whose death occurred on Wednesday morning, January 20th.
The late Daniel Campbell was born at Hanover, Ont., over 82 years ago, at the age of 18 he was a member of the Scots Greys regiment in his home county, and while he was still a young man, his parents moved to Manitoulin Island. The settlement at Campbells Bay was named after them. Dan operated a freight and passenger boat service around the island for a time.
Fifty-five years ago Mr. Campbell married Christena Lee, and settled on a farm in Mills Township, on the Island. It was in 1896, that they came to Powassan and purchased property in Himsworth Township.
Mr. Campbell was an enthusiastic Orangeman and was proud of his record of 65 years membership, during which time it was his boast that he had not missed a single 12th of July Celebration. He was twelve years Master of No. 768 and also served as District and County Master. In politics deceased was a Conservative and in religion a Methodist,becoming Unionist with the fusion of Churches.
Mr. Campbells family was represented by two sons in the late war. One son Herbert made the supreme sacrifice and the other, Clark Wallace survived the war only to meet death by drowning in June, 1933.
The deceased is survived by his wife, three sons and three daughters,n amely: Daniel and Alexander, Toronto; Bert in Himsworth; Mrs. Wesley Allen, Sturgeon Valley, Sask.; Mrs. P. Biggs, Wingham and Mrs. W.G.Whele n, K irkland Lake. There are also three brothers, Isaac, Sault Ste Marie and Colin at Evansville and also Robert John, who predeceased him six years ago, also three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Burns, Mrs. S. Wright and Mrs. Sarah Scott, also (Isabelle) Mrs. Daniel McQuorter.
The funeral was held on Saturday afternoon from his late home in Powasson to the United Church, where a large congregation of citizens werepr esent to pay their last respects. The service being conducted by Rev. J. W. Arnott, B. A. The funeral was in charge of L.O.L . No. 768 and the casket draped with a Union Jack was borne by six veteran members ofthe Orange Order, brethren with whom he had long been associated.
At the graveside the deceased was accorded the last sad rites of the Order, led by D. D. M. Ernest Peever.
The floral tributes were as follows: pillow from wife and family, wreaths from sister Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jeckell, Port Arthur; Spray from daughter Edith, grandsons Kenneth, Clark and Kay; Mr.and Mrs. Rowe, Kirkland Lake; Mrs. Elsie Campbell, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs.Clubine, Toronto; Miss Grace Chalmers. Telegrams were received from theW.A. of the United Church, Kirkland Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeckell. 
CAMPBELL, Daniel (I15809)
 
130 1861 Ontario Census, Bruce County, Brant Township
CHATWELL Eli Farmer England Church of England 35 male married
CHATWELL Sarah Upper Canada Church of England 24 female married
CHATWELL Allen Upper Canada Church of England 9 male
CHATWELL Mary Upper Canada Church of England 5 female
CHATWELL Anne Upper Canada Church of England 3 female
CHATWELL Thomas Upper Canada Church of England 2 male

1871 Ontario Census, Wellington North, Minto, Household #194
CHATWELL Eli male 45 England Church of England English Farmer married
CHATWELL Sarah Ann female 36 Ontario Church of England English married
CHATWELL Allan male 18 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL Mary female 15 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL Ann female 14 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL Harriet female 9 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL Elizabeth female 6 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL John male 4 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL Thomas male 11 Ontario Church of England English
CHATWELL Eli male 2 Ontario Church of England English

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack, Household #72
CHATWELL Eli married male English 58 England Farmer Church of England
CHATWELL Sarah married female English 46 Ontario Church of England
CHATWELL Allen male English 28 Ontario Farmer Church of England
CHATWELL Elizabeth female English 15 Ontario Church of England
CHATWELL John male English 13 Ontario Church of England
CHATWELL Eli male English 11 Ontario Church of England
CHATWELL Matildie female English 9 Ontario Church of England
CHATWELL George male English 6 Ontario Church of England
CHATWELL Emma female English 3 Ontario Church of England

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths # 001 020 - 1882
CHATWELL, Eli, male, 28 May 1882, Assiginack Cause: Congestion of lungs for 5 days at age 58 years, 4 months, 27 days. Born: England 
CHATWELL, Elijah (I23379)
 
131 1861 Ontario Census, Bruce County, Elderslie, page 3
HEMBRUFF John Farmer New Brunswick 27 male married
HEMBRUFF Ellen Wife Upper Canada 22 female married
HEMBRUFF Joseph Son Upper Canada 3 male
HEMBRUFF William Son Upper Canada 1 male

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Sydenham, page 4, Household #13
HEMBRUFF John male 36 New Brunswick Methodist English Farmer married
HEMBRUFF Ellen female 31 Ontario Methodist Irish Married
HEMBRUFF Joseph male 12 Ontario Methodist English
HEMBRUFF William male 10 Ontario Methodist English
HEMBRUFF John male 8 Ontario Methodist English
HEMBRUFF James male 2 Ontario Methodist English
HEMBRUFF Hannah M. female 1month Ontario Methodist English

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Bidwell & Sheguiandah, Dist 182 SubDist B Page 22 Family 101
HUNBRUFF John Male Married 47 English New Brunswick Farmer C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF Joseph Male 22 Dutch Ontario Farmer C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF Ellen Female Married 41 Irish Ontario C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF William Male 20 Dutch Ontario Farmer C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF John Male 18 Dutch Ontario C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF James Male 13 Dutch Ontario C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF Hannah M. Female 10 Dutch Ontario C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF Eliza Jane Female 8 Dutch Ontario C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF Thomas Male 4 Ontario C. Methodist
HUNBRUFF Robert Male <1 Dutch Ontario C. Methodist Born: Aug; 8/12

The Expositor, Saturday, May 24, 1879
BIDWELL
BEAR HUNTING
On Monday morning last as John Hembruff, was ploughing in his pea field , he saw a bear walking around his grounds and went to the house for assistance; He was joined by John Brown and Sol Kerr. They started in pursuit, and as soon as they came up, bruin satisfied himself with a glance at the enemy, and they "put". The first tree he came to, he climbed, and waited patiently for the fight: brown fired at him with a shotgun, and knocked him off his perch, but that bear was on his feet again and away for a run. He reached another and climbed it and, that settled him; another shot brought him down, where he was met and clubbed by Kerr and Ember Mrs Kerr showed great courage in following the men, axe in hand, and looked disappointed at missing the fun. After taking the bear home they dressed it had dinner and all three agreed to look for some more. They proceeded to Mud Lake, and searched the swamps without success and started to look after a dead fall trap they had set. Luck was on their side; they had trapped a bear. Later dressing it they went to the house of Mr Geo. Morris, had tea, and then started for Pine Lake, found nothing and returned homewards.

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Bidwell Township, Household #19
Hembruff John Male 56 Married Head Nova Scotia England England Methodist Farmer
Hembruff Ellen Female 51 Married Wife Ontario Ireland Ireland Methodist
Hembruff James Male 22 Single Son Ontario Nova Scotia Ontario Methodist Farmer
Hembruff Hannah M. Female 20 Single Daughter Ontario Nova Scotia Ontario Methodist
Hembruff Eliza Jane Female 17 Single Daughter Ontario Nova Scotia Ontario Methodist
Hembruff Thomas Male 13 Single Son Ontario Nova Scotia Ontario Methodist
Hembruff Robert Male 10 Single Son Ontario Nova Scotia Ontario Methodist
Hembruff Richard Male 2 Single Son Ontario Nova Scotia Ontario Methodist

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assigianck, Page 20, Household #99
Hembruff John Male Head Married 23 February 1835 66 urban New Brunswick English Canadian Methodist Farmer
Hembruff Ellen Female Wife Married 23 August 1840 61 rural Ontario Irish Canadian Methodist
Hembruff Thomas Male Son Single 3 July 1878 23 rural Ontario English Canadian Methodist Farmer's son
Hembruff Robert Male Son Single 30 August 30 1880 21 rural Ontario English Canadian Methodist Farmer's son
Hembruff Richard Male Son Single 19 May 1889 12 rural Ontario English Canadian Methodist

1911 Ontario Census, Bidwell, Household #4
Hembruff John Male Head Married January 1834 77
Hembruff Ellen Female Wife Married August 1839 72
Hembruff Richard Male Son Single May 1888 23

Obituary, The Recorder, Gore Bay, February 25, 1915 -
Death of John Hembruff (too late for last week)
Mr. John Hembruff, the oldest resident of Bidwell, passed away at his home on Tuesday, February 9th. The deceased gentleman was eighty three years of age, and since the death of his wife in January of last year, has been in very failing health but in spite of this fact, his death was somewhat unexpected. He had partaken of a lunch before retiring, and shortly afterwards was taken ill, death taking place almost immediately. He had been on the Island for over forty years, and was highly respected by all who knew him. He is survived by seven sons and two daughters, and the sympathy of the community was evidenced by the large attendance at the funeral service, which was held in the Bidwell Methodist church, on February 11th.

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #020 008 - 1915
HEMBRUFF, Joseph, male, 10 February 1915, Assiginack. Cause: Senile decay at age 72 years.

Bidwell United Church Cemetery, Lot 10, Concession 2, Assiginack
3. FATHER / JOHN HEMBRUFF / DIED 1915 / AGE 83 YRS / HIS WIFE / ELLEN / DIED JAN 10 1914 / AGE 74 yrs 
HEMBRUFF, John (I28926)
 
132 1861 Ontario Census, Bruce County, Greenock
HARDY George farmer Prince Edward Island U.P. 47 male married
HARDY Sarah Prince Edward Island U.P. 41 female married
HARDY Elizabeth Ann Prince Edward Island U.P. 14 female single
HARDY William James Prince Edward Island U.P. 12 male single
HARDY Jessie Ellen Prince Edward Island U.P. 10 female single
HARDY Margret Canada West 2 female single

1871 Ontario Census, Manitoulin, Manitoulin Centre,
HARDY George male 58 Nova Scotia Can Presbyterian English farmer widow

1881 Ontario Census, Assiginack, Algoma, Page 25, Household #114.
Hardey George Widow Male English 66 Prince Edward Island Gentleman Presbyterian
Hardey Jessie A. female English 27 Prince Edward Island Presbyterian
Hardey Margret female English 19 Ontario Presbyterian
Hardey Georgena female English 1 Ontario Presbyterian

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #001 020 - 1889
HARDEY, George, male, 17 May 1889, Assiginack. Farmer. Cause: Paralysis at age 75 years. Born: Prince Edward Island. 
HARDY, George (I6539)
 
133 1861 Ontario Census, Bruce, Bruce Township
CHISHOLM John W. Cooper Lower Canada Church of England 37 male married
CHISHOLM Margaret Upper Canada Church of England 37 female married
CHISHOLM Donald A. Upper Canada Church of England 16 male
CHISHOLM John P. Upper Canada Church of England 14 male
CHISHOLM William R. Upper Canada Church of England 13 male
CHISHOLM Catherine Upper Canada Church of England 11 female
CHISHOLM Mattin A. Upper Canada Church of England 6 male
CHISHOLM Margaret J. Upper Canada Church of England 3 female
CHISHOLM Walter Upper Canada Church of England 1 male

1871 Ontario Census, Manitoulin Centre, Family #2
CHISHOLM John W. Male 45 Canada Church of England Scotch Cooper
CHISHOLM Margaret Female 44 Canada Church of England Scotch
CHISHOLM Alonzo D. Male 25 Canada Church of England Scotch Cooper
CHISHOLM Alexander M. Male 16 Church of England Scotch
CHISHOLM Margaret I. Female 13 Church of England Scotch
CHISHOLM Walter W. Male 10 Church of England Scotch

1881 Ontario Census, Tehkummah, Algoma, Dist 182 SubDist E Page 1 Family #4
CHISHOLM John Male Married 58 Dutch Ontario Farmer Church of England
CHISHOLM Margaret Female Married 57 Dutch Ontario Church of England
CHISHOLM Alex Male 24 Dutch Ontario Church of England
CHISHOLM Walter Male 17 Dutch Ontario Church of England
CHISHOLM John Male 10 Dutch Ontario Church of England
CHISHOLM George Male 8 Dutch Ontario Church of England
CHISHOLM Margaret Female 6 Dutch Ontario Church of England
CHISHOLM Christopher Male 4 Dutch Ontario Church of England

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Tehkummah, Household #76
CHISHOLM Walter male 29 married Head Ontario Ontario Ontario Methodist Fisherman
CHISHOLM Mary female 23 married Wife England England England Church of England Housekeeper
CHISHOLM John male 68 married Father Ontario Ontario Ontario Methodist Cooper
CHISHOLM Margaret female 63 married Mother Ontario Ontario Ontario Methodist

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #004492 - 1900
CHISHOLM, John W., male, died 29 December 1900, at Lot 18, M?more St., Carnarvon. Cause: Not given at age 77 years. Married. Born: Glengarry, Ontario. Informant: W. W. Chisholm. 
CHISHOLM, John Wilson (I33137)
 
134 1861 Ontario Census, Carleton, Goulbourn
BRADLEY George Blacksmith Upper Canada (married in) 1857 26 married
BRADLEY Carline E. Upper Canada 21 married
BRADLEY George W. Upper Canada 2

1871 Ontario Census, Carleton, North Gower, Household #81
BRADLEY George male 37 Ontario Irish Farmer married
BRADLEY Caroline female 33 Ontario married
BRADLEY George W. male 12 Ontario Irish
BRADLEY John M. male 9 Ontario Irish
BRADLEY William S. male 7 Ontario Irish
BRADLEY Anne M. female 4 Ontario Irish
BRADLEY Edmund M. male 2 Ontario Irish

1881 Ontario Census, Assiginack, Algoma, Page 33, Household #155.
Bradley George married male Irish 46 Ontario Blacksmith Baptist
Bradley Caroline married male Irish 42 Ontario Baptist
Bradley John M. male Irish 19 Ontario Baptist
Bradley Wm. S. male Irish 17 Ontario Baptist
Bradley Anna M. female Irish 15 Ontario Baptist
Bradley Edmond M. male Irish 11 Ontario Baptist
Bradley Lawrn. M. male Irish 9 Ontario Baptist
Bradley Sterling S. male Irish 9 Ontario Baptist
Bradley Ashley W. male Irish 2 Ontario Baptist

1891 Ontario Census, Assiginack Township, Algoma, Page 31
Bradley George Male 56 Married Head Ontario Ireland Ireland Baptist Blacksmith/Carriages
Bradley Caroline Female 53 Married Wife Ontario Ireland Ireland Baptist
Bradley Ashly W. Male 12 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths # 001 049 - 1892
BRADLEY, George, male, 21 May 1892, Assiginack. Cause: Heart Disease at age 58 years. Born: 1834.

Hilly Grove Cemetery, Assiginack Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Plot #213
IN / LOVING REMEMBRANCE / OF / GEORGE / BRADLEY, / WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE / MAY 21,1892 / AGED / 57 YEARS / A NATIVE OF GOULBOURNE / CARELTON COUNTY/ Dear is the spot where Christians sleep /How sweet the stains their memory bore / Oh, Why should we in silence weep, / They are not dead, but gone before. 
BRADLEY, George (I17700)
 
135 1861 Ontario Census, Carrick Township, Bruce County
David Richards Farmer England Church of England 35 married
Marinda Richards U. Canada Church of England 25 married
Thos. F. Richards 7 single

1871 Ontario Census, Mantioulin Centre, District No. 87, Sub-District B, Division No. 3, Household #32
Richards David male 45 Wales Baptist Welch Farmer married
Richards Marinda female 34 Ontario Baptist Dutch married
Richards Thomas Francis male 17 Ontario Baptist Welch
Richards David Lester male 18 Ontario Baptist Welch (going to school)
Richards Marcia female 1 Ontario Baptist Welch

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Billings & Campbell, Family 49
RICHARDS David Male Married 59 English England Farmer Baptist
RICHARDS Marinda Female Married 45 Irish Ontario Baptist
RICHARDS Luther Male 17 Irish Ontario Weslyan Methodist
RICHARDS Maria Female 11 Irish Ontario Weslyan Methodist

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths # 001 285 - 1890
RICHARDS, David, male, 14 February 1890, Billings. Cause: Pneumonia at age 69 years. Born: Wales.

Kagawong Cedars Cemetery, Manitoulin Island, #96
IN Memory of / DAVID RICHARDS / Who died / Feb.13,1880 / Aged / 69 Years. / Farewell my wife and children all. 
RICHARDS, David (I20216)
 
136 1861 Ontario Census, Carrick Township, Bruce County
Stephen Morden Farmer U. Canada 28 (married during the year)
Susanna Morden 20 (married during the year)

1881 Canada Census Burpee & Robinson & Barrie Island, Algoma, Dist 182 SubDist J Page 3 Family 8
MORDEN Stephen Male Married 48 English Ontario Farmer C. Methodist
MORDEN Susan Female Married 41 English Ontario C. Methodist
MORDEN Walter Male 19 English Ontario C. Methodist
MORDEN Philipp F. Male 17 English Ontario C. Methodist
MORDEN Sophia Female 15 English Ontario C. Methodist
MORDEN John Male 13 English Ontario C. Methodist
MORDEN Stephen Male 6 English Ontario C. Methodist
MORDEN Martha Female 2 English Ontario C. Methodist

1891 Canada Census, Ontario, Algoma, Barrie Island
Morden Steven Male 58 Single Head Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth Farmer
Morden Susan Female 50 Single Wife Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth
Morden Sophia Female 24 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth
Morden John Male 22 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth Farmer
Morden Stephen Male 16 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth Farmer
Morden Martha Female 11 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth
Morden Allac Female 9 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth
Morden Celia Female 7 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Meth

Stephen wandered far to the west in the course of his life. His first move was to Bruce County with his parents in 1850; he was in Brant Township in the 1851 census. It was while he was a young unmarried fellow that he had an adventure that has passed into family history. His sister Mary Jane told it thus to her grandchildren: "Many, many years ago in Ontario,Canada, Stephen Morden was in the forest felling trees. His sister Rebecca went along to cook. One day an accident happened. As Stephen waschopping down trees he cut his own leg. He was able to get to the cabin but left a trail of blood. That trail was discovered by a bear who traced it to their cabin. The bear couldn't get in the door, so managed to get up on the roof. There was a smoke hole in the roof instead of achimney. To keep the bear from entering the cabin through that hole a fire was kept burning. Additionally, Rebecca kept hitting the opening in the ceiling with the poker whenever the bear came close. This was kept up all night. Finally the bear gave up and went away."
On 13 March 1860 he married Susan Zimmerman, daughter of John Zimmerman (born in Pennsylvania) and Mary Scot (born in Scotland). The marriage took place in the Zimmerman home in Culross Township, Bruce County. The witnesses were Stephen's sister Martha and Philip Zimmerman. Susan was 19 and had been born 17 February 1840 in Toronto, Canada West.
In 1861 Stephen and his family were living in Carrick, the township adjacent to Brant, on Lot 12, Con 12. Stephen was 28 and was the owner of 180 acres valued at $1500. Their first child, James, died in Carrick in the summer of 1861 at six months. Three more children, Walter, Philip and Sophia, were born in Carrick between 1863 and 1866. John, the next child, was born in Bentinck, Grey county, in 1868. By 1870 Stephen had relocated farther south in Howick Township, Huron county, in 1868. By 1870 Stephen had relocated farther south in Howick Township, HuronCounty. A baby boy was bon in Howick in 1870 and died there the following year. The 1871 census showed Stephen in Huron County, age 18, a Wesleyan Methodist and a farmer.
But now a tempting new frontier was calling,-Manitoulin Island in northern Lake Huron, the largest island in a freshwater lake in the world. From time immemorial it had been used by the Indians and for a while the Crown reserved it for them. However as settlers continued to look for land the government negotiated a treaty by which the Indians surrendered all but the eastern end. Surveyors came in, lots were laidout, and another land rush was on. Taking along his wife and the four youngsters, Walter, Philip, Sophia, and John, Stephen set out in 1875.On reaching the island, they had to pause for a time at Little Current waiting while another infant, Stephen Jr. was born on June 25. Fromt here they went on in a sailbo at and touched the shores of the island again somewhere in Burpee Township. Landing there Stephen built the usual small log cabin. Some local dogs-in-the -manger resented the newcomer and choosing a time when he was absent they deliberately felled big trees directly on the roof of the little shack to crush it.Disheartened, Stephen gathered up his damaged belongins, loaded hisfamily and goods back into the boat and proceeded to Barrie Island where he again cut building logs and put up another cabin on the south shore.This time he was the first settler to arrive so he lived in peace ands tayed for twenty years. The 1881 census showed him there aged 48, a Methodist famer with wife Susan, 41, and six children ranging in ages from nineteen to two years: Walter, Philip, Sophia, John, Stephen Jr .,and Martha. Alice was born later in 1881 and Celia in 1885.
Although we have records of ten children it seems that there were four more unknown who died at an early age. In the 1900 census Susan was asked the number of children she had and the number living; she replied that there were 14 born, 8 of whom were still living. Judging from the sequence of known birth dates it is probably that the missing children were born in the 1870s and the early 1880s. If we add the lost four children to J ames and George who died in infancy it means that six children died in youth.
In 1895 another of those group migrations that characterized Stephen'sfamily got under way. Stephen's sister Mary Jane McIntyre who was living in the western United States, persuaded them of the advantages of life in the new state of Idaho which had been created in 1890 and they agreed to make the move. The older children were now adults and this time itw as Stephen Jr. who started the trek west, leaving on 17 October.Stephen Sr. waited two weeks while he wound up his affairs on Manitoulin and then he and his family also took to the road, or more probably thewater, leaving for Idaho on November first. they all settled at Nampa,Canyon Co, Idaho, and were joined the following June by two other sons:Walter and h is wife, and Philip with his wife. Just when Sophia and John went to Nampa is unknown, but they also joined the family there.
Although this restless group paused in Nampa only a few years they are surprisinlgy well documented. Phoebe, Walter's wife died only a year after their arrival and her death was in the records. Philip and Sophia and John had already married in Manitoulin Island. The rest of the young people in the family were single, of marrying age, and there occurred a sudden rush to choose spouses. The official register shows that within one and a half years in 1897 and 1898 Martha, Alice, Stephen R., and Celia all married. The nest was suddenly empty.
The Mordens were disappointed in Nampa and felt they had been misled. Compared to the forests of Ontario it was dry and desolate country and they literally yearned for greener pastures. Once more, in July 1900,the clan left Nampa and moved west until the Pacific Ocean put an end to their wanderings. when they reached Ilwaco, Pacific County, Washington,at the mouth of the Columbia River they settled in that area for the remainder of their lives. Walter and his family made the journey,accompanied by Stephen Sr. and Susan. Some Mordens remained behind in Idaho. In records of Nampa of that era there appeared two as yet unidentified Mordens, James B, and Miner Morden, and in Boise there was a young dentist, Thomas S., who may fit into this family.
Susan died in Ilwaco on 30 March 1908, her death caused by broncho-pneumonia and old age. Stephen remained in Ilwaco. A grandchild taken there on a family visit in 1915 wrote, "We met Grandpa Morden. He looked very impressive with his dark eyes and white sideburns and one stiff leg." After Stephen Jr. moved to Portland, Oregon, around 1918 his father lived with him there for a year. Stephen Sr. died on 20 March 1923 in his home at Ilwaco after a long illness. He and Susan are both buried there in an unmarked grave. - Info from A. Hubbs

Obituary, The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, June 21, 1923 -
Morden - At Ilwaco, Wash., U.S.A., on March 20, Stephen Morden, formerly of Barrie Island, Ont., in his 90th year. 
MORDEN, Stephen (I45534)
 
137 1861 Ontario Census, Durham County, Cartwright, page 25, Household #38
Thomas Dinsmore male farmer Ireland 38

1871 Ontario Census Index, Durham West, Cartwright, Dvi. 1, page 59
Thomas Dinsmore 49 Male Ireland Irish Church of England, Anglican Farmer

1881 Ontario Census, Gordon & Mills, Algoma, Page 10 Family 51
DINSMORE Thomas Male Married 62 Irish Ireland Farmer Church of England
DINSMORE Eliza Female Married 49 Irish Ontario Church of England
DINSMORE James Male 23 Irish Ontario Farmer Church of England
DINSMORE Margaret Female 21 Irish Ontario Church of England
DINSMORE Samuel Male 18 Irish Ontario Church of England
DINSMORE Robert S. Male 14 Irish Ontario Church of England
DINSMORE William K. Male 9 Irish Ontario Church of England
DINSMORE Selina E. Female 4 Irish Ontario Church of England

1891 Ontario Census, Gore Bay, Household #2
Densmore Thomas Male 70 Married Head Ireland Ireland Ireland Church of England Farmer
Densmore Eliza Female 57 Married Wife Ireland Ireland Ireland Church of England
Densmore Selina Female 14 Single Daughter Ontario Ireland Ireland Church of England
Densmore William K. Male 19 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ireland Church of England

Manitoulin Expositor, July 13, 1939 (Jubilee Edition)
Gordon Township
The Gordon Township was organized in 1871 in which village of Gore Bay was included. In 1897, Gore Bay was incorporated as a town with Gordon and Allan as separate municipalities. The early records were destroyed in a fire but is believed that Jas. Kinney was the first reeve. Wm. Cain, the first clerk, and Thos. Dinsmore first treasurer. The population of Gordon Township is 450 with an assessment of $145,000. The present reeve Mr. Wm. L. Strain has served for 18years and in 1 year councillor before.
The present council consists of, Peter Petersen, Joe Nelson, Clayton Sloss, Truman Wilson, Clerk, harvey beck, with 13 years service as treasurer, Carl Slomke, with 5 years.

Tweedsmuir History of Gordon Township, Bernadette Walker, Curator, pages 162, 163 -
West Range--Lot 3, "the Don Burt place"
This place, now known as the Burt farm, was registered from the crown by Thomas Dinsmore in 1879. Thomas Dinsmore was a brother of Jane, Mrs. Willard Hall, who had been the first white settler in Gordon. His grandson Gordon says that he came out from Ireland around 184, during the potato famine years, and settled near Thornbury. He wasn't a real young man when he came to the Island--one daughter did not come with them. William, Gordon's father, was 7 years old when they came. A daughter, Selena, later married Bill Porter from the "Clayton Sloss " farm.
It is not known exactly who built the home, but it was likely the Dinsmore's. There was an Abe Dinsmore, too, who had land around Lloyd's corner. Gordon thinks he may have lived in town.The two-storey, east, part of the house was built first, then the one-storey kitchen wing. We know this because a full outside type wall separates the two sections. At that time it was covered with clapboard type siding.
In 1904, the placed was owned briefly by the Mullans--it was registered to Mary Hamilton Mullan. However it changed hands again the same year,being purchased by Charles and Mary Jane Burt. The Burt's had come from Sussex, England, on the day following their marriage on June 10,1894, sailing on the steamer, Vancouver. After visiting friends for a while, they purchased some land in the village of Mindemoya, living there for 2years.
Upon moving to Gordon Township., they first lived in a log house near where the Co-op stockyards is now, then moved to a house on the present Alford Fogal place, renting from the Batty's for the years they lived there.This house was just inside the lane gate on the left side . During these years they had 4 children--James, born 1895, Lillian born1897, Edith, born 1899 , and Alfred, born 19....After their move in 1904, another daughter Violet was born, but she died at the age of 12.
This was a fine home, with plastered interior walls. However changes and improvements were continued--a woodshed and entranceway were built,a sun portch to the north. Telephone service was obtained in1914.The outside material was torn off the house (and used to cover a shed ), and Stewart Clarke from Gore Bay was hired to cover the outside with cement. The space between the 2 x 4's of the original house was already filled with cement, then an airspace was created containing barbed wired wrapped around spikes, forms were built, and another wall was poured, plastered on the outside with reddish colour dye added.Also Chas Burt had a large wing built onto the existed barn structure.
In 1928, Alf Burt married Clara Blackburn from Elizabeth Bay.They lived with his parents while building a small frame house just beside the main ho me, moving in around 1930. Alf continued to farm with his dad, taking possession in 1941.Their family of 5 consisted of Edward ( whowed Elda Pierce ), Reta, Mrs. Steve Hall, Alfreda, Mrs. Mel Wickett, Donand Doug. After the farm purchase took place, they changed houses, and at last the family had enought room. Mr. and Mrs.Chas Burt spent sometime with their daughter Edith, who by then was married and living in Dashwood. Electricity came in 1948.
Alf and Clara's family grew up and became independent. Don, who had always been intereste d in farming, had been working away from home, mostly in mining, and later in the steel plant in the Soo. Here he met Doreen Mancusso who he married in 1966, and returned to the farm full time. Alf and Clara moved back to the small house when Don bought the place. Don and Doreen and their family of Kevin, Kim, Tom, and Tracy have worked very hard to improve their farm, and their buildings. Another large section was built to the barn, and a family room was added to the north of the house, built completely of large hewn logs that fit together snugly without mortar.
Alf and Clara both died during the 1970's, and the little house is empty again, and possibly will soon be torn down. A recent addition to this place is a very pretty red hip-roofed barn, built to house the horses whi ch the family so much enjoys.
Other addition tracts were purchased by the cemetery board for the ever-expanding cemetery . These took place in1927, 1946, 1948,1969, and 1973. The vault was built n 1965 and dedicated on Nov. 28,1965. The first person to be put in the vault was Mr. E.L. Claridge who had died Feb. 03, 1966.
1992

The family of Thomas and Eliza Spinks Dinsmore moved from Cartwright in the County of Grey to Manitoulin Island around 1878. Mary Ann and Thomas either didn't stay or went back soon after. The rest of the family grew up at Gore Bay on a farm. (now the Burt Farm?)

Thomas' brother Abraham purchased four cemetery plots at Gordon Cemetery on January 16, 1885 for $4. Could Thomas and Eliza be buried in these plots? Were their wives sisters? cousins? related in some way.(both nee Spinks) This information from Gordon Township Office.

August, 25, 2004 - from Marilyn Irish
There is a record in the Gordon Township Office that shows Samuel Dinsmore purchased 4 plots at Gordon Cemetery, in1891.There is no record of who is buried in this plot, #44. I belie ve this plot is off on the left of the driveway on the Gore Bay side of the cemetery, 2 rows from the road.It is the second row to the left of this driveway. There is another record of a Dinsmore plot purchased in 1885 by Abe Jr. Dinsmore. It is to the right of the driveway on the Mills end of the cemetery, 5 rows from the road. There is no record of who is buried in this plot either.The clerk at the township office showed me the map to locate these plots.

The Story of the Gordon Cemetery - Tweedsmuir History of Gordon Township, Pages 308, 309, Bernadette Walker, Curator
(this was taken from two hand written pages)
This cemetery is recognized as having been established 1880 on Lot 3 West Range in Gordon Township on land purchased from Thomas Dinsmore.
The first plots were priced as follows: 8' x 16' - $ 4.00
8' x3'-$1.50
16'x16'- $8.00
10'x16'- $5.00
10' x8'- $2.50
20'x16'- $10.00
These prices remained the same until 1948 when a cemetery board was formed.
The secretary was James Kinney?.
Some who audited the books were John Hawkins, Geo. Clayton, John Gibs.
Margaret Johnston seems to have been the auditor from1935 until......... 1973?
Early caretakers-Chas. Burt (1919 mentioned)
In 1927 additional land was purchased from the Burt's to the north of Cemetery board formed in 1948 with a representative from each of the 5 participating municipalities- Gore Bay, Gordon, Allan, Barrie Is., Burpee. Original members were Geo. Johnson, Hi Clark, Joe Nelson, John Baker, & Burley Morrell- Secretary-Treasurer- Carl Slomke.
At this time plot prices were doubled and several new rules made - no more cement walls around plots to be built.
-all plots to be levelled, sodded & kept mowed by the caretaker
-flowers to be planted only within 18" of monument
-shrubs planted only by consent of caretaker
Caretaker Alf Burt to receive $20.00 per year. This increased in1950 to $25. 00.
In 1957 caretaker Alf Burt was asked to oversee all the work at the cemetery & be paid an hourly wage suitable to him & the board. Also in1957 the remainder of the concrete walls were to be removed.
The storage vault was built in 1964 or 1965 from a fund-raising drive or donation from the Rotary club. Rented charges for the vault were $5.00 for residents, $10.00 for non-residents. In 1977 this was raised to$10.00 & $20.00. In 1989 charge to those not buried in Gordon - $25.00, 1989- $30.00. In the 1965 for the first time a per capita grant required from each participating municipality was set at 40 cents. This was raised to 50 cents in 1976, $2 .00 in 1977 and raised to $3.00 in 1986.
Other changes to the cemetery itself-in 1969-2 more acres were purchased from Don Burt across the west end of the cemetery. In 1966 a first tractor & mower purchased, in 1968 the driveways improved & was widened, in 1970 pine trees planted on the north side, in 1975 the storage building was built to house the maintenance equipment, in 1980 a proper sign was erected in front of the cemetery, in 1984 a new plank fence was built at the east side with a western style opening.
Perpetual Care Fund was established by the Prov. of Ont. in 1955 but no contribution was pd. by Gordon Cemetery until 1973 when $224.00 was paid, $335 in 1974. Now about 40 % of each lot sold goes to this fund to preserve closed out cemeteries across the province.
After the formation of the Board in 1948 prices stayed the same until 1964 when a single was $15.00, a double $25.00 with the non-resident being double this. In 1973, 8' x 5 ' plot was $30.00, 8' x10' was $55.00, 10' x 1 6' was $110.00 double for non-residents. The 1980 increase brought the price of a single to $50.00, in 1984- $70.00, 1986-$75.00, in 1988 $80.00 with the non-resident price being not quite double at $130.00. Single plot now seems to be 4 ' x 10'.
The cemetery caretakers were members of the Burt family Chas, Alf, & Don until 1979-1980 when Al Davis took it on for a time after he moved. In 1981 Bob Frippa was hired in 1982, Bruce Witty until 1989 until Ted Culgin took over.
Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #004 703 - 1900
DINSMORE, Thomas Sex: Male Date of Death: August 30 1900 at Gore Bay. Age at death: 80 years. Place of birth: Ireland. Cause of Death: Anamia Diarrhoea. 
DINSMORE, Thomas (I1309)
 
138 1861 Ontario Census, Durham County, Cavan Township, Household #154
Bloxom Isabella Cavan female Canada 3
Bloxom Sarah Cavan female Canada 27
Bloxom Richard Cavan male Canada 1
Bloxom William Cavan male Canada 5
Bloxom Richard labourer Cavan male labourer Ireland

1871 Ontario Census, Durham East, Cavan Township, Household #130
BLOXSOM Richard male 40 Ireland
BLOXSOM Sarah female 34 Ontario
BLOXSOM William male 14 Ontario
BLOXSOM Isibella female 12 Ontario
BLOXSOM Richard male 10 Ontario
BLOXSOM John male 8 Ontario
BLOXSOM Jane female 6 Ontario
BLOXSOM Robert male 3 Ontario
BLOXSOM Anne female 9 months Ontario

1881 Ontario Census, Cavan, Durham East, Page 33,
Blockson Richard Male Irish 19 Ontario Laborer Methodist
Blockson Sarah W Female Irish 47 Ontario Methodist
Blockson Isabella Female Irish 22 Ontario Methodist
Blockson John Male Irish 17 Ontario Methodist
Blockson Sarah Jane Female Irish 15 Ontario Methodist
Blockson Robert Male Irish 14 Ontario Methodist
Blockson Mary Anne Female Irish 11 Ontario Methodist
Blockson George Male Irish 5 Ontario Methodist

Richard Bloxsom and Sarah McBirn had eight children;
1. William Bloxsom born 1857 and died 1923 married Esther Taylor.
2. Isabella Bloxsom born 1859 married Louis Martin.
3. Richard Bloxsom born 1861 in Cavan Township, Durham County, Ontario married Sarah Cottingham, born 1871 and died 1893. She is buried in Emily Cemetery, Omeemee, Ontario. They had a daughter, Sarah Eliza born 1892.
4. John Bloxsom born 1863 in Cavan Township, Durham County, Ontario married Margaret Wilson, born 1875 in Purple Valley, Bruce County, Ontario, the daughter of John Wilson (1834-1926) and Mary Watchorn (1846-1931).
5. Sarah Jane Bloxsom born 1865 in Cavan Township, Durham County, Ontario.
6. Robert Bloxsom born 1866 in Cavan Township, Durham County, Ontario.
7. Mary Ann Bloxsom born 22 July 1869 in Cavan Township, Durham County, Ontario married Joseph Bradley born 14 October 1864 in Victoria County, Ontario. They had three children; Frederick Joseph (1892), Sarah Elizabeth (1896), and Henry W. (1899).
8. George Bloxsom born 1876 in Cavan Township, Durham County, Ontario. 
BLOXSOM, Richard (I3790)
 
139 1861 Ontario Census, Durham, Port Hope
BURNS James G. Capt. Sailor West Canada 44 male married
BURNS Martha United States 27 female married
BURNS John West Canada 9 male single
BURNS James West Canada 7 male single
BURNS Robert West Canada 1 male single

1871 Ontario Census, Durham East, Port Hope, Household #99
BURNS James male 55 Ontario Church of England English
BURNS John male 20 U.S. Church of England English
BURNS James male 18 Ontario Church of England English
BURNS George male 11 Ontario Church of England English
BURNS Louisa female 7 Ontario Church of England English
BURNS Hector male 5 Ontario Church of England English

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Dawson and Cockburn Island, Page 5, Family 26
BURNS Jas. G. Male Married 64 Scottish Ontario Farmer Church of England
BURNS Louse Female Married 26 Scottish Ontario Church of England
BURNS Louisa Female 17 Scottish Ontario Church of England
BURNS George Male 20 Scottish Ontario Farmer Church of England
BURNS Hector Male 14 Scottish Ontario Farmer Church of England
BURNS Matilda Female 7 Scottish Ontario Church of England
BURNS Annie M. Female 5 Scottish Ontario Church of England
BURNS Bertha J. Female 2 Scottish Ontario Church of England 
BURNS, James P. (I31824)
 
140 1861 Ontario Census, Glengarry, Charlottenburgh, page 2
GRANT Alexander farmer Upper Canada Church of Scotland 61 male widower
GRANT Alexander Labourer Upper Canada Church of Scotland 33 male married
GRANT Jane Upper Canada Church of Scotland 26 female married
GRANT William H. Upper Canada Church of Scotland 12 male
GRANT Maria Upper Canada Church of Scotland 14 female
GRANT William Kenzie Upper Canada Church of Scotland 7 male
GRANT John Alexander Upper Canada Church of Scotland 5 male
GRANT Simon Peter Upper Canada Church of Scotland 3 male
GRANT Adalina Upper Canada Church of Scotland 2 female 
GRANT, Alexander Kenzie (I24015)
 
141 1861 Ontario Census, Grey
GADY Ignatious farmer France Roman Catholic 39 male married
GADY Franceska France Roman Catholic 33 female married
GADY Sarah Ann Canada West Roman Catholic 11 female single
CADY Lena Canada West Roman Catholic 10 female single
CADY Cathrine Canada West Roman Catholic 7 female single
CADY George Canada West Roman Catholic 6 male single
CADY Emlin Canada West Roman Catholic 3 female single
CADY Caroline Canada West Roman Catholic 1 female single

1871 Ontario Census, Grey South, Glenelg, Page 56, Household 171.
GETTIE Ignatious male 49 France Catholic French Farmer
GETTIE Frances female 43 France Catholic French
GETTIE Sarah Ann female 21 Ontario Catholic French
GETTIE Mary female 19 Ontario Catholic French
GETTUE Catherine female 18 United States Catholic French
GETTIE George male 16 Ontario Catholic French
GETTIE Emily female 12 Ontario Catholic French
GETTIE Caroline female 11 Ontario Catholic French
GETTUE Francis Ant. male 8 Ontario Catholic French
GETTIE Philomena female 4 Ontario Catholic French
GETTIE Margret female 1 Ontario Catholic French

1881 Ontario Census, Assiginack, Algoma, Page 2, Household 7.
Gettie Ignatious married male German 59 France Farmer Roman Catholic
Gettie Francies married female German 54 France Roman Catholic
Gettie George male German 26 Ontario Farmer Roman Catholic
Gettie Caroline female German 20 Ontario Roman Catholic
Gettie Anthony E. male German 17 Ontario Roman Catholic
Gettie Francies P. male German 14 Ontario Roman Catholic
Gettie Margret Ann female German 11 Ontario Roman Catholic

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #001 014 - 1881
GATTIE Ignatius, male, 9 July 1881, Assiginack. Cause: Dropsy and paralysis for nine days at age 59 years 9 months 18 days. Farmer. Born: France. Informant: Mrs. I. Gattie. 
GATTIE, Ignatious (I17301)
 
142 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, page 4
LEARMONT Philip Farmer Scotland P. Church 33 male married
LEARMONT Janet Scotland 30 female married
LEARMONT Isabella U.C. 12 female single
LEARMONT Mark Labourer U.C. 11 male single
LEARMONT Catherine U.C. 9 female single
LEARMONT Philip U.C. 7 male single
LEARMONT Thomas U.C. 4 male single
LEARMONT James U.C. 3 male single
LEARMONT - - U.C. 1 male single

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Household #140
LEARMONT Philip male 43 Scotland C Presbyterian Scotch Farmer married
LEARMONT Janet female 38 Scotland married
LEARMONT Catherine female 18 Ontario
LEARMONT Mark male 20 Ontario Farmer
LEARMONT Philip male 16 Ontario Farmer
LEARMONT Thomas male 14 Ontario
LEARMONT James male 12 Ontario
LEARMONT Mary female 10 Ontario
LEARMONT Helen female 8 Ontario
LEARMONT Alexander male 6 Ontario
LEARMONT Susan female 1 Ontario

1891 Canada Census, Ontario, Algoma, Campbell Township, Household #84
Clarke Thomas Male 53 Married Head Ontario Nova Scotia New Brunswick Methodist Farmer
Clarke Isabella Female 42 Married Wife Ontario Scotland Scotland Presbyt.
Clarke Philip Male 20 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Presbyt. Farmer
Clarke Janet Female 16 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Ontario Presbyt.
Clarke John T. Male 13 Single Son Ontario Ontario Ontario Presbyt.
Learmont Philip Male 63 Widow Domestic Scotland Scotland Scotland Presbyt. Farmer
Learmont Janet Female 14 Single Domestic Ontario Ontario Ontario Presby
Learmont Thomas Male 13 Single Domestic Ontario Ontario Ontario Presbyt.

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack, Household #62
Clark Thomas Male Head Married 14 March 1838 63 rural Ontario English Canadian Presb. Carpenter
Clark Isabella Female Wife Married 26 January 1849 52 rural Ontario Scotch Canadian Presb.
Clark John J. Male Son Single 4 June 1877 23 rural Ontario English Canadian Presb.
Learmond Philip Male Father Widow 20 March 1828 73 Scotland Scotch Canadian Presb.

1911 Canada Census, Ontario, Algoma East, Campbell, Page 9, Household #79
Bryan Mary Female Head Married October 1862 49
Bryan William Male Son Single April 1889 22
Bryan Mark Male Son Single June 1897 15
Bryan John Male Son Single March 1899 13
Bryan Jessie Female Daughter Single Januayr 1901 10
Bryan Lilah Female Daughter Single May 1903 8
Bryan George Male Son Single September 1909 2
Larmont Philip Male Father Widow March 1828 83
Bryan Robert Male Son Single July 1886 25

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths # 020 736 - 1921
LEARMONT, Philip, male, 5 April 1921 at Carnarvon. Cause: decline due to old age at 93 years. Born: Scotland, 10 March 1828.

The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, April 7, 1921 - Deaths
Learmont-At the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Bryan, Spring Bay, on Tuesday, April 5, Mr. William Learmont.

Obituary, The Recorder, Gore Bay, Thursday, April 28, 1921
Mr. Phillip Learmont
After a good many years of comparative frailty, owing to advancing age, Mr. Phillip Learmont, of the eighty concession of the twp., of Campbell, passed away on April 5. So far as age was concerned Mr. Learmont was one of the oldest of Manitoulin's pioneers and death resulted from senile weakness. He was born ninety three years ago, at Hawick on the Teviot, in Roxburghshire, Scotland, the county of Sir Walter Scott's country home, Abbotsford.
He came to Canada with his father's family when three or four years of age. They settled in the county of York, Ont; and there he married Miss Janet C. Porteous. Mrs. Learmnt was born in Dumfries, Scotland, and died in 1878, since which time Mr. Learmont had remained a widower, making his home with his daughters.
He came to Manitoulin in 1878, and was thus one of the early pioneers of the Island.
Of a family of eleven children, seven survive, namely: Mark in Wisconsin, James in Iowa, Alex in Michigan, John C. and Mrs. Wm. Bryan in the twp. of Campbell , Mrs. Wm. Little in Wisconsin, and Mrs. Wm. McAnsh in twp. of Billings. Besides the above maned (sic) Mr. Learmont is survived by forty-eight grandchildren., forty-nine great grand children and ten great, great grandchildren.
He had been a reader of the "Globe" newspaper since 1878, and for several years past could read better without spectacles than with them.
The funeral service was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bryan and was conducted by Rev. Wm. Munro assisted by Rev. Mr. Brubaker.
Interment took place at Grimsthorpe cemetry (sic) the pall-bearers being Messrs Robt., James, William, and John Bryan and Harvey McAnsh, grandsons, and Mr. D. McMillan, grandson by marriage.
Mr. Learmont will be missed from his accustomed place, and the sorrowing relatives have the sympathy of the community in the loss of one who was kindly and endearing in his ways. 
LEARMONT, Phillip E. (I12435)
 
143 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Page 4
McCLOUD Joseph Shoemaker Ireland 33 married
McCLOUD Margret Ireland 36 married
McCLOUD James U.C. 11
McCLOUD Jane U.C. 7
McCLOUD William U.C. 5
McCLOUD Joseph U.C. 3

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Household #267
McLOUD Joseph male 42 Ireland Canada Presbyterian farmer married
McLOUD Margaret female 50 Ireland married
McLOUD James male 20 Ontario farmer
McLOUD William male 15 Ontario
McLOUD Joseph male 13 Ontario
McLOUD Robert male 11 Ontario
McLOUD Samuel male 7 Ontario
IRVING Margaret female 3 Ontario

1881 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, page 61, Household #291
McCLOUD Joseph married Male Irish 54 Ireland Farmer Presbyterian
McCLOUD Margret married Female Irish 58 Ireland Presbyterian
McCLOUD Joseph Male Irish 22 Ontario Farmer Presbyterian
McCLOUD Robert Male Irish 20 Ontario Farmer son Presbyterian
McCLOUD Samuel Male Irish 17 Ontario Farmer son Presbyterian 
MCLEOD, Joseph (I13819)
 
144 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Page 6
WALKER Samuel Farmer Ireland English C. 30 married
WALKER Charlotte Ireland 21 married
WALKER William U.C. 4
WALKER Charles U.C. 2
SHIELDS Margaret Servant Ireland English C. 16

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Household #185
WALKER Samuel male 35 Ontario Wesleyan Methodist Irish Farmer married
WALKER Charlotte female 28 Ireland married
WALKER William male 13 Ontario
WALKER Charles male 11 Ontario
WALKER Samuel male 9 Ontario
WALKER Robert male 7 Ontario
WALKER James male 5 Ontario
WALKER Oswald male 3 Ontario
WALKER Elizabeth female 1 Ontario

1881 Ontario Census, Grey East, Artemesia, page 8, Household #39
WALKER Samuel married male Irish 50 Ontario farmer Church of England
WALKER Charlotte married female Irish 40 Ireland Church of England
WALKER William John male Irish 21 Ontario farmer Church of England
WALKER Charles male Irish 19 Ontario farmer's son Church of England
WALKER Samuel male Irish 16 Ontario Church of England
WALKER Robert male Irish 14 Ontario Church of England
WALKER James male Irish 12 Ontario Church of England
WALKER Oswald Henry male Irish 10 Ontario Church of England
WALKER Elizabeth Emily female Irish 8 Ontario Church of England
WALKER Charlotte Margret female Irish 4 Ontario Church of England
HALL Lucas male Irish 20 Ontario Laborer Church of England

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack Township, Family #52
Walker Sam Male 64 Married Head Ont Ire Ire Ch.of England Farmer
Walker Charlotte Female 50 Married Wife Ire Ire Ire Ch.of England
Walker William J. Male 28 Single Son Ont Ont Ire Ch.of England Carpenter
Walker Sam Male 24 Single Son Ont Ont Ire Ch.of England Farmer
Walker Robert Male 22 Single Son Ont Ont Ire Ch.of England Farm Labourer
Walker James Male 20 Single Son Ont Ont Ire Ch.of England Farm Labourer
Walker Oswald H. Male 18 Single Son Ont Ont Ire Ch.of Eng Farmer
Walker Eliz. Em. Female 16 Single Daughter Ont Ont Ire Ch.of England
Walker Charlotte Female 14 Single Daughter Ont Ont Ire Ch.of England

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #004 617-1900
WALKER Samuel, male, 5 June 1900, Asiginack. Married Farmer of Hilly Grove. Cause: Cardiac ? for three years at age 74 years. Born: England.

Hilly Grove Cemetery, Assiginack Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Plot #370
W / SAMUEL WALKER / DIED JUNE 5. 1900 / AGED 74 YRS 10 DAYS. / CHARLOTTE WALKER / DIED APRIL 27, 1920 / AGED 82 YEARS. / WILLIAM JOHN WALKER DIED OC T. 14, 1893 / AGE 31 YRS 11 MOS 24 DAYS. / WALKER / W / WALKER 
WALKER, Samuel (I30913)
 
145 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Page 7
CLARKE John Farmer U.C. W. Methodist 25 married
CLARKE Isabella Scotland 24 married

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Artemesia, Household #151
CLARKE John male 35 Ontario C. Presbyterian Scotch Farmer Married
CLARKE Isabella female 34 Scotland Married
CLARKE Janet female 9 Ontario
CLARKE William male 5 Ontario
CLARKE Thomas male 2 Ontario
CLARKE John male 4 months (December) Ontario

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Sandfield, Page 19 Family 86
CLEARK John Male Married 44 English Ontario Farmer Methodist Canada
CLEARK Isabella Female Married 43 Scottish Scotland Methodist Canada
CLEARK Jane Female 19 English Ontario Methodist Canada
CLEARK William Male 16 English Ontario Methodist Canada
CLEARK Thomas F. Male 12 English Ontario Methodist Canada
CLEARK James Male 10 English Ontario Methodist Canada
CLEARK Mary Female 8 English Ontario Methodist Canada
CLEARK Mark Male 6 English Ontario Methodist Canada
SARMOUNT Mary Female 18 Scottish Ontario Servant Methodist Canada
SARMOUNT John Male 9 Scottish Ontario Servant Methodist Canada

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Campbell Township, Household #24
Clarke John Male 55 Married Head Ontario Nova Scotia New Brunswick Methodist
Clarke Isabella Female 54 Married Wife Scotland Scotland Scotland Methodist
Clarke William Male 26 Single Son Ontario Ontario Scotland Methodist Farmer
Clarke Thomas Male 22 Single Son Ontario Ontario Scotland Methodist Farmer
Clarke James Male 20 Single Son Ontario Ontario Scotland
Clarke Mary Female 17 Single Daughter Ontario Ontario Scotland Methodist
Clarke Mark Male 15 Single Son Ontario Ontario Scotland Methodist Farmer
Learmont Susan Female 20 Single Lodger Ontario Scotland ScotlandPresbyt.
Learmont John Male 19 Single Lodger Ontario Scotland Scotland Methodist Farmer
Learmont Alice Female 12 Single Lodger Ontario Ontario Ontario Methodist

1901 Ontario Census, Algoma, Campbell Twp. Lot 8, Con 5, Household #21
CLARK John S. Male Head married 19 April 1835 65 Ont Eng Can ME Farmer
CLARK Issabella Female Wife married 12 January 1837 64 Ont Eng Can ME
CLARK William H. Male Son single 24 January 1864 36 Ont Eng Can ME Farmer's Son
CLARK Thomas P. Male Son single 28 December 1862 32 Ont Eng Can ME Farmer's Son
CLARK Mary A. Female Daughter single 6 July 1873 27 Ont Eng Can ME
CLARK Mark A. Male Daughter single 6 July 1875 25 Ont Eng Can ME Farmer's Son
CLARK Alice Female Daughter single 10 March 1879 22 Ont Eng Can ME

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #005 126 - 1906
CLARK, John, 1 December 1906, Campbell Township. Married Farmer. Cause: Dropsey at age 71 years.

Tombstone, Grimesthorpe Cemetery, Manitoulin Island, Ontario 42
JOHN S CLARKE / BORN APR 19 1836 / DIED DEC 1 1906 / HIS WIFE / ISABELLA / PORTEOUS / BORN JAN 12 1837 / DIED FEB 18 1915 / CLARKE / THOMAS P / CLARKE / BORN / DEC 28 1869 / DIED / FEB 23 1912 / fs MOTHER fs BROTHER fs FATHER 
CLARKE, John S. (I25143)
 
146 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Derby Township, Enumeration District No. 2, Page 1
GORLEY John farmer Ireland 31 male
GORLEY Mrs. Jane Upper Canada 23 female
GORLEY Fred W. 5 male
GORLEY Thos. H 4 male
GORLEY Rach Ann 2 female

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Derby Township, Household #253
GORLEY John farmer male 40 Ireland Church of England Irish farmer Married
GORLEY Jane 33 Ontario Married
GORLEY Fredrick W. male 14 Ontario
GORLEY Thomas G male 12 Ontario
GORLEY Rachel Ann 10 Ontario
GORLEY John A male 8 Ontario
GORLEY James L male 5 Ontario
GORLEY Catherine 4 Ontario
GORLEY Alexander A male 1 Ontario
GUTHREY John male 87 Ireland

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack, Page 6, Household #28.
Gorley John Male Irish 50 Married Head Ireland Presbyterian Farmer
Gorley Jane Female Irish 44 Married Wife Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Fred W. Male Irish 23 Single Son Ontario Presbyterian Farmer
Gorley Thos. H. Male Irish 21
Gorley John A.Male Irish 16 Single Son Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Jas. E. Male Irish 14 Single Son Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Catherine M. Female Irish 12
Gorley Alxr A. Male Irish 10 Single Son Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Barbra E. Female Irish 8 Single Daughter Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Sarah L. Female Irish 6 Single Daughter Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley George M. Male Irish 4 Single Son Ontario Presbyterian

1891 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack Township, Page 33, Household #156
Gorley John Male 60 Married Head Ireland Ireland Ireland Presbyterian Farmer
Gorley Jane Female 54 Married Wife Ontario Ontario Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Fred Male 32 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ontario Presbyterian Farmer
Gorley John Male 26 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley James Male 24 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Alex Male 21 Single Son Ontario Ireland Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Barbara Female 17 Single Daughter Ontario Ireland Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley Sarah Female 14 Single Daughter Ontario Ireland Ontario Presbyterian
Gorley George D. Male 12 Single Son Ont Ire Ont Presbyterian

1901 Ontario Census, Algama, Assigianck, Household #134
Gorley John Male Head Widow 25 July 1830 70 Ireland Irish Canadian Presb. Farmer
Gorley John Male Son Single 20 April 1863 38 rural Ontario Irish Canadian Presb. Farmer's son
Gorley James Male Son Single 28 May 1865 36 rural Ontario Irish Canadian Presb. Farmer's son
Cromon Charles Male Son-in-Law Married 9 February 1875 26 U.S.A. (arrived 1898) Irish Canadian R.Catholic Lumberman
Cromon Sarah Female Daughter Married 3 May 1876 25 rural Ontario Irish Canadian Roman Catholic

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #005 621 - 1908
GORLEY, John, male, 27 February 1908, Assiginack. Cause: Pneumonia at age 78 years. Born: Emisdillen, Ireland.

Hilly Grove Cemetery, Assiginack Township, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Plot #165
JAMES Z. GORLEY / BORN JUNE 28 1865 / DIED JULY 12, 1919 / JNO A GORLEY, 1862- 1949 // JOHN GORLEY / DIED FEB. 22, 1908 / AGED 78 YRS. / HIS WIFE JANE / DIED APRIL 2, 1893 / AGED 58 YRS . / THEIR DAU. KATTIE M. / DIED AUG. 31, 1891 / AGED 22 YRS. // A few short years of evil past / We reach the happy shore. / Where death devided friend at last / Shall meet to part no more. / Gone but not forgotten / GORLEY

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GORLEY, John (I23180)
 
147 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Euphrasia, page 5
BROCKELBANK Christ'r Yeoman England 1853 (married) W.M. 42 Married
BROCKELBANK Rebecca U. Canada 1853 (married) W.M. 26 Married
BROCKELBANK Tabitha 6
BROCKELBANK Charles 5
BROCKELBANK Jos'h Ward 2

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Euphrasia, Household #36, Concession 1, Lot 11 (tenant)
BROCKLEBANK Chris male 51 England PM English Farmer married
BROCKLEBANK Rebecca female 35 Ontario
BROCKLEBANK Tabitha female 15 Ontario
BROCKLEBANK Charles male 13 Ontario
BROCKLEBANK Elizabeth female 9 Ontario
BROCKLEBANK Drucilla female 5 Ontario
BROCKLEBANK Edward male 3 Ontario

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Gordon & Mills, Page 23 Family 107
BROOKLEBANK Christopher Male Widow 60 English England Farmer Methodist Canada
BROOKLEBANK Tabiatha Female 26 English Ontario Methodist Canada
BROOKLEBANK Jane Female 15 English Ontario Methodist Canada
BROOKLEBANK Edward P. Male 13 English Ontario Methodist Canada
BROOKLEBANK Caroline M. Female 9 English Ontario Methodist Canada
BROOKLEBANK Ann R. Female 7 English Ontario Methodist Canada

Gordon Cemetery, Gordon and Allan, Manitoulin Island, #553.
IN / Memory of / CHRISTOPHER / BROCKELBANK / Who departed this / life / April 30, 1890; / AGED / 71 YRS 6 MOS / Father thou art gone to rest, / We will not weep for thee; / For thou are now, where oft on earth / Thy spirit longed to be. / J.O.

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BROCKELBANK, Christopher (I11930)
 
148 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg Township, page 5
DAVIS John famer L. Canada Church of England 28 Married
DAVIS Agnes Scotland Church of England 22 Married
DAVIS Margaret U.Canada 5 Single
DAVIS Matthew U. Canada 2 Single

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg Township, Household #100
DAVIS John male 40 Quebec Episcopalian Irish Farmer married
DAVIS Agnes female 35 Scotland Scotch married
DAVIS Margaret female 14 Ontario Irish
DAVIS Martha female 12 Ontario Irish
DAVIS Ann J. female 10 Ontario Irish
DAVIS Ellen female 8 Ontario Irish
DAVIS William male 6 Ontario Irish
DAVIS John male 4 Ontario Irish
DAVIS Thomas 2 Ontario Irish
DAVIS Maria female 2 months (February) Ontario Irish

1881 Ontario Census, South Grey County, Bentinck, page 41, Household #178
DAVIS John married Male Irish 40 Ontario Farmer Church of England
DAVIS Agnes married Female Scottish 43 Scotland
DAVIS Jane Female Scottish 20 Ontario
DAVIS Ellen Female Scottish 18 Ontario
DAVIS James Male Scottish 16 Ontario
DAVIS John Male Irish 14 Ontario Son
DAVIS Thomas Male Irish 12 Ontario
DAVIS Mariah Female Irish 10 Ontario
DAVIS Agnes Female Irish 8 Ontario
DAVIS David Male Irish 6 Ontario
DAVIS Albert Male Irish 2 Ontario

1891 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg, page 32, Household #150
DAVIS John male 59 Head Quebec Ireland Ireland
DAVIS Agness female 53 Wife Scotland Scotland Scotland
DAVIS William male 26 son Ontario Scotland Scotland
DAVIS Thomas male 22 son Ontario Scotland Scotland
DAVIS Maria female 19 daughter Ontario Scotland Scotland
DAVIS Agness female 17 daughter Ontario Scotland Scotland
DAVIS David B male 16 son Ontario Scotland Scotland
DAVIS Albert male 12 son Ontario Scotland Scotland

1901 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg, Household #57, Lot 56, Concession 3 EGR
DAVIS John male Head 17 March 1832 69 Quebec Irish Farmer
DAVIS Agness female Wife 17 June 1836 64 Scotland
DAVIS Thomas male Son 14 February 1852 49 Ontario Lumber man
DAVIS David male Son 15 February 1877 24 Ontario Lumber man
DAVIS Albert male Son 24 July 1879 22 Ontario Farmer son

1911 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg, Household #50, Lot 56, Concession 2 EGR
DAVIS David Male Head Married February 1876 35 Farmer Ontario
DAVIS Cathrine female Wife Married January 1880 31 Ontario
DAVIS Miria female Daughter Single July 1904 7 Ontario
DAVIS Robert male Son Single April 1905 6 Ontario
DAVIS Annie female Daughter Single July 1908 3 Ontario
DAVIS Kate female Daughter Single October 1910 5 months Ontario
DAVIS John male Father Married March 1832 79 Ontario Retired Farmer
DAVIS Agnes female Mother Married June 1838 73 Ontario

Ontario Vital Records - Deaths #013 812 - 1915
DAVIS John, male, 28 December 1915, Glenelg Township, Grey County. Cause: Old age at age 83 years 9 months. Married farmer. Parents: Mathew Davis. Born: Ireland. Informant: David Davis, Durham. Burial: English Church Cemetery.

Durham Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Durham, Grey County, Ontario
DAVIS
Ann Jane died November 11, 1909 age 48
John died December 28, 1915 age 86
his wife Agnes 1886 - 1930 
DAVIS, John (I22946)
 
149 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg, page 4
MAY John Farmer Ireland 40 Male Married
MAY Ellen Ireland 44 Female Married
MAY Ben Labourer Canada West 14 Male Single
MAY Sarah Ann Canada West 6 Female Single

1871 Ontario Census, Grey County, Glenelg, Household #209
MAY John male 55 Ireland Church of England Irish
MAY Elenor female 50 Ireland Presbyterian
MAY Sarah female 15 Ontario

1881 Ontario Census, Algoma, Assiginack, Page 5, Household 22.
May John Married Male Irish 65 Ireland farmer Church of England
May Hellen Married Female Irish 66 Ireland Church of England 
MAY, John (I17262)
 
150 1861 Ontario Census, Grey County, Holland Township, page 3
PATTON Neil Scotland C.S. 38 male married
PATTON Mary Scotland C.S. 30 female married
PATTON Charles Scotland 9 male single
PATTON Barbara Scotland 7 female single
PATTON Elizabeth Scotland 3 female single 
PATTON, Neil (I12396)
 

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