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COLE Sophia page 167

COLE Stephen page 211

COLE Thelma page 31

COLE Thelma page 48

COLE Thelma page 49

COLE William page 3

62S. John W Babcock

Ameliasburgh:

Babcock, John Ward 1805-1873

Cole, Sophia Died 8 May 1877. Age 68y.

64. Jacob Cole U.E.

1861 census lists him as an idiot or lunatic.

66. Daniel Cole U.E.

Lot 5 Conc 4 Tyendinaga


Daniel Cole, b. 1819, married Hannah Hennessy (variously spelled), dau of James Hennessy of Ameliasburg

(christened March 1796 - Langhorn) and Diana Taft of Ameliasburg.

Daniel and Hannah were married in July, 1841, six months after the birth of their first son, John (Jan 12, 1841). Four

more sons were born during the course of which they moved to Lot 5 Con 4 Tyendinaga.

The other sons were Henry Odell Cole (Jul 8 1845), George (c1852), Marshall (c1854) and Charles Ridley (c1860).

Daniel died on May 25, 1888 and left an interesting will which is summarised in my book The Hennessys of the Bay of

Quinte. I still have some copies of that book for sale.
A great grand-daughter of Henry Odell Cole has done work on her ancestry. She is Wendy Holmes at Picton e-mail

wendy.holmes@sympatico.ca .

Patricia Cole (nee ?) wife of Arthur Cole of Demorestville is also knowledgable about the Cole family.
Your documentation Item 49 refers to James Dulmage son of David Dulmage and Mary Jennings.

James married Elizabeth (Betsey) Hennessy dau of the senior James of Ameliasburg and sister of James, father of Hannah, as above. Elizabeth was christened in 1795. James Dulmage and wife Betsey moved to Ohio where they had three children at least, - George, John and Olive (see Dulmage folder in Files of Dr. H.C. Burleigh, Archives of Queen's

University). Another child of James H and Diana, Elizabeth, married into the Delong family who earlier migrated from

Dutchess County, NY, to Canada. She married Peter Delong in 1843 some of which family is described on page 78 of my

book cited above.

That's about the best I can do for now. Happy New Year, Peter Hennessy

68. Margaret Jane Cole

Married ____ Brickman.


Cole, Margaret Jane 1823-1893

Brickman, Lewis Died 29 Dec. Age 70. [BR 69y 11m 10d]

68S. Lewis Brickman

Brickman, Lewis 1817-1882

Cole Margaret Jane Died 23 June. Age 64y 5m 18d.

77. Simon Delong

Don't know who this is:

Simon Ed DeLONG, 24, Ameliasburgh, same, s/o Simon & Cath, married Phebe A. SAGAR, 19, Ameliasburgh, same, d/

o John & Harriet. Witn: A. SAGAR of Ameliasburgh, on 06 Jan., 1863.
#009387-79 W.M. DELONG, 24, farmer, Ameliasburgh, same, s/o Simon & Bianca DELONG, married Francela

HIGGINS, 19, Ameliasburgh, same, d/o James H. & Eliza HIGGINS, witn: Charles E. WERRINGTON & Libbe

NOXON, both of Ameliasburgh, 21 May 1879 at Ameliasburgh

78. Daniel Delong

#009402-78 (Prince Edward Co): James H. WEESE, 27, farmer, Ameliasburgh, same, s/o George & Phoeba, married

Arcense DELONG, 24, Ameliasburgh twp., Hallowell, d/o Daniel & Mary, witn: David & Sophrona PEARSOL of

Hallowell, 1 Oct 1878 at Daniel DELONG's, Hallowell

79. Henry Delong

HENRY DELONG

Spouse: MARY ROBERTSON

Marriage: 24 JUL 1842 , Prince Edward District, Ontario

Batch No.: M585581 1833 - 1846 1030054

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1886

010097-86

Peter I. DELONG, 25, Ameliasburgh, same, Farmer,

s/o Henry & Rachel DELONG

married Mary E. GLENN, 22, Ameliasburgh, same,

d/o Chas & Cynthia GLENN.

Wtn: David GLENN of Ameliasburgh and Helen BLAKELY of Hallowell

on January 13, 1886 at Ameliasburgh

====

Ameliasburgh has this:



Delong, Henry 1824-1880 Died 26 Dec. Age 56y 9m.

Hannah, Mary Romona


1872

Vol 23 Pg 256 -

Rynard BRICKMAN, 27, yeoman, Ameliasburgh, same,

s/o Lewis & Margaret Jane,

married Elzina DELONG, 18, Ameliasburgh, same,

d/o Henry & Rachel.

Witn: David ROBLIN, Sidney, & Sophia BRICKMAN, Ameliasburgh.

Jan. 31, 1872 Ameliasburgh


010526-94 William C. DeLONG, 43, merchant tailor, widower, Ameliasburgh, same, s/o Harry & Mary, married Minnie

L. BABCOCK, 30, Ameliasburgh, same, d/o John R. & Bethany D., witn: Morton WEESE & Annie PETTIT, both of


Ameliasburgh on Nov. 6, 1894 at Ameliasburgh

80. David Delong

Delong, Helen b. 1798 w/o Enoch Orser (d. 1888), Wellmans Cemetery, Rawdon Township

Delong, Phebe, b. 20 Mar 1798, Barton Cemetery, Rawdon Township


1901 Ameliasburgh:

47 Delong Peter I. M Head M Nov 11 1860 40

47 Delong Mary E. F Wife M Jun 3 1861 38

47 Delong David R. M Son S Oct 18 1888 12

47 Delong Lacy? L F Daughter S Dec 1 1892 8

47 Delong Hazel G F Daughter S Dec 25 1894 6

47 Delong Nellie M F Daughter S Jan 20 1898 3

47 Delong David M Father M Mar 22 1821 80

47 Delong Rachel F Mother M Nov 28 1827 73
010097-86

Peter I. DELONG, 25, Ameliasburgh, same, Farmer,

s/o Henry & Rachel DELONG

married Mary E. GLENN, 22, Ameliasburgh, same,

d/o Chas & Cynthia GLENN.

Wtn: David GLENN of Ameliasburgh and Helen BLAKELY of Hallowell

on January 13, 1886 at Ameliasburgh

====


Ameliasburgh has this:

Delong, Henry 1824-1880 Died 26 Dec. Age 56y 9m.

Hannah, Mary Romona
1872

Vol 23 Pg 256 -

Rynard BRICKMAN, 27, yeoman, Ameliasburgh, same,

s/o Lewis & Margaret Jane,

married Elzina DELONG, 18, Ameliasburgh, same,

d/o Henry & Rachel.

Witn: David ROBLIN, Sidney, & Sophia BRICKMAN, Ameliasburgh.

Jan. 31, 1872 Ameliasburgh

80S. Rachel VanDusen

There is also this person:

LEWIS SNIDER

Spouse: RACHEL VAN DUSEN

Marriage: 21 FEB 1837 , Prince Edward District, Ontario

81. Conrad Delong

Steve Cole has marriage to Elizabeth Hennesey

82. Catherine Delong

Steve Cole has born 1822?

86. Edward S Cole U.E.

1851:

Cole, Edward Farmer CW Fred 38 M



Cole, Anna J. Ireland 31 M

Cole, Rachael A. CW 15 S

Cole, Lydia CW 11 S

Cole, Mary Ellen CW 7 S

Cole, Sarah J. CW 3 S

Cole, Agnes CW 1 S

Cole, Marshal CW 1 S
Irwin CLAPP, 24, Canada, S. Fredericksburgh, s/o Chas. & D., married Ella COLE, 23, Canada, Fredericksburgh, d/o Ed

& Annie. Witn: A. CAMPBELL & M. CLARKE, both of Napanee, on 04 Oct., 1867.

87. John Henry Cole U.E.

John COLE M Male German 65 Ontario Farmer Quaker

Evey COLE M Female Irish 61 Ontario --- Quaker

Henry COLE Male Irish 37 Ontario --- Quaker


John PARKS M Male German 20 Ontario Farmer Methodist

Georgianna PARKS M Female German 17 Ontario --- Methodist

Cole Wolter PARKS Male German <1 Born: Nov; 4/12 Ontario --- E. Methodist

Andrew PARKS Male German 16 Ontario --- E. Methodist


1881 Census Place Ernestown, Lennox, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375872 NA Film Number C-13236 District 117 Sub-district D Division 1

Page Number 12 Household Number 61

91. Daniel Isaiah Cole U.E.

Buried in Adolphustown near north side of road. Wives -- Betsey Snider and Sarah Baker Hill.
1911 Adolphustown:

39 Cole Daniel M Head M Mar 1827 84

39 Cole Sarah F Wife M Mar 1849 62

39 Cole Leah F Daughter S Oct 1889 21

39 Cole Fred M Son S Jan 1892 19

39 Cole Bertie F Granddaughter S Apr 1906 5


Coal, Mary & Barnhart, Charles Dec 26 1832
Cole, Amos Frederick, 22

s/o Daniel J. and Sarah B. Hill

& Vosbourgh, Lelia, 22

d/o Wm Vosbourgh, Minerva McNalley

Feb 18 1914
Cole, Elizabeth & Steel, Jacob Feb 26 1818

Cole, Hiram, 21

s/o James Cole and Jane Betton Hearns

& Sarah Jane, 18

d/o Thomas Hearns, Drusilla Page

Dec 4 1865


Cole, Madeline, 20

d/o James Cole, Eliza Brown McKendry

& Stanley Wilfred, 23

s/o Carleton McKendry, Annie Howard

Jul 5 1924
Cole, Sarah Jane, 19

d/o Edward Cole, Ann Jane Carnahan

& Allan Wagar , 22 s/o Jacob Wager, Isabella Sills

Sep 10 1868


1851:
Cole, Daniel Farmer CW Fred 23 S

Cole, Lewis CW Fred 21 M

Cole, Emily CW Fred 20 M

Cole, Scyntha CW Fred 7 S


1871 Federal Census

COLE , DANIEL I

Sex: Male Age: 45 Birthplace: ONTARIO

Religion: Church of England, Anglican Origin: SCOTCH Occupation: FARMER

District: LENNOX ( 063 ) Sub-district: Adolphustown ( A ) Page: 32 Microfilm reel: C-9995 Reference: RG31 —

Statistics Canada

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1901: ON LENNOX (#84)

Subdistrict: Adolphustown a-1 Page 1

16 Cole I. Daniel M Head M Mar 29 1827 74

16 Cole B. Sarah F Wife M Apr 30 1848 52

16 Cole E. Charles M Son S Jun 2 1881 19

16 Cole M. Lea F Daughter S Oct 31 1889 11

16 Cole F. Amos M Son S Jan 29 1892 9

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Also in 1901:

8 Cole E. Isaac M Head M Apr 3 1873 27

9 Cole Luella F Wife M Dec 26 1881 19

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Cole marriages:

Coal, Mary Barnhart, Charles Dec 26 1831

Cole, Amos Frederick, 22 s/o Daniel J. and Sarah B. Hill Vosbourgh, Lelia, 22 d/o Wm Vosbourgh, Minerva McNalley

Feb 18 1914 none given

Cole, Daniel (FR) Snider, Betsey (CD) Aug 20 1855 ?

Cole, Elizabeth Steel, Jacob Feb 26 1818

Cole, Hiram, 21 s/o James Cole, Jane Betton Hearns, Sarah Jane, 18 d/o Thomas Hearns, Drusilla Page Dec 4 1865

Cole, Madeline, 20 d/o James Cole, Eliza Brown McKendry, Stanley Wilfred, 23 s/o CarletonMcKendry, Annie Howard

Jul 5 1924

Cole, Sarah Jane, 19 d/o Edward Cole, Ann Jane Carnahan Wagar, Allan, 22 s/o Jacob Wager, Isabella Sills Sep 10 1868

92. Emily Cole

1901 ON ADDINGTON (#43)

Subdistrict: Camden d-3 Page 12 has this family:


145 Boyce John M Head M Jul 1845 55

145 Boyce Emily F Wife M Jul 13 1845 55

145 Boyce Minnie F Daughter S Sep 22 1879 21

145 Boyce Manly or Stanley M Son S Jul 29 1884 16

93. Lewis Thorpe Cole U.E.

1851:


Cole, Daniel Farmer CW Fred 23 S

Cole, Lewis CW Fred 21 M

Cole, Emily CW Fred 20 M

Cole, Scyntha CW Fred 7 S

94. Daniel Cole U.E.

Cole, Daniel Jul 7 1811 s/o Abraham & Elizabeth

99. Jane Anna Cole

From Pat Cole:


"Jane Ann Scott Ferguson St widow, 85yrs old

b June 7 1838 Pr Ed Co

d/o Herman Cole & Rachel Blakely both b Pr Ed Co

inform Emily Maud Vancleaf, Picton, dau

Cherry Valley cem d June 4 1923"
1901, Picton has:

83 Scott Charles M Head M Jan 27 1827 74

83 Scott Jane A. F Wife M Jun 7 1837 63

100. John Wesley Cole

Farmer, Methodist. Athol.
LYDIA COLE W Female English 37 Ontario Farmer C. Methodist

ADDIE COLE Female English 13 Ontario C. Methodist

CLARIE COLE Female English 11 Ontario C. Methodist

HARRY COLE Male English 9 Ontario C. Methodist

1881 Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district C Division 2

Page Number 15 Household Number 72

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COLE , JOHN W

Sex: Male Age: 36 Birthplace: ONTARIO

Religion: Wesleyan Methodist Origin: IRISH Occupation: FARMER

District: PRINCE EDWARD ( 059 ) Sub-district: Athol ( G ) Division: 1 Page: 14 Microfilm reel: C-9990 Reference:

RG31 — Statistics Canada

100S. Lydia Calista Roblin

Cole Harry Roblin 1257 1893 1899 Legatee Cole, Lydia Calista

Cole Lydia Calista 1257 1893 1899 Testator Cole, Lydia Calista

101. Elisha Cole

Signed with an "X"

103. Benjamin Bostwick Cole

Neighbour of my Grandfather, Britton Cole at Pt. Petre and referred to as "an old reprobate". Story that he used his

pitchfork to spear a box of crackers from a passing peddler wagon.
1881 Athol # 134

Bostwick Cole 38m Ont CM Irish farmer

Alma 30m

Agnes 9


Eliza Ellen 8

E Arthur 5


1891 Athol # 32

Bostic Cole 49m Ont US Ont Meth farmer

Alma 40m Ont

Agnes 19


Lydia 18

Arthur 15 farmer


1901:

57 Cole Bostwick M Head M Apr 10 1843 57

57 Cole Alma A. F Wife M Feb 8 1852 49

57 Cole Arthur E. M Son S Oct 5 1876 26

57 Miller Flossie M. F Daughter S Aug 20 1894 6

1911:


53 Cole B. Bostwick M Head M Apr 1843 68

53 Cole A. Alma F Wife M Oct 1850 50

53 Miller M. Flossie F Granddaughter S Aug 1893
On Saturday, April 1st neighbors were aroused by sudden death of an old and respected resident of Athol, Mr B

Bostwick Cole, Point Petre. Mr Cole was out doing his night work at the barn where he was found by his wife. Mr and

Mrs Cole have lived at Point Petre for fifty-seven years and the deceased will be much missed in the neighborhood. The

funeral service was held in the church where a large concourse of friends and relatives gathered to pay their respect. Mr

M Duetta preached a very impressive sermon. Much sympathy is extended to Mrs Cole, who before her marriage was

Alma Howell and their son Arthur Cole who also lives at Point Petre. Relatives from a distance attending the funeral

were Dr David Cole, Mr and Mrs Ross Dempsey and Mrs R A Jones, Picton; Durwood Cole, Green Point; Mr and Mrs

Harvard VanCleaf, East Lake; Mr and Mrs Frank Howell and daughter Demorestville, Mrs H Wilson, Detroit; Mrs B

Howell, Picton; Mr and Mrs Hill, Picton, Mr Wellington Howell and sister, Ameliasburgh; Mr B Hunt and daughter,

Gilead. The remains were laid to rest at Cherry Valley.

103S. A Alma Howell

1911 has Oct 1850.

104. David Barker Stephenson Cole

Gravestone "died June 13 1933 at 86y 11m".

David B Cole d home Main St Picton. b Athol, @ 86yr

s/o Heman Cole

m1 Emma Roblin d 53 years ago,

son Durward B & Hilliard R (Stockdale, California)

m2 Almeda Scott interment Glenwood cem
1901 Sophiasburgh:

10 Cole David B M Head M May 4 1847 53

10 Cole Almeda F Wife M Mar 20 1848 42

10 Cole Durwood M Son M Jul 3 1877 23

10 Cole Mary F Daughter M Jun 27 1882 19
1911

51 Cole David B M Head M May 1837 64

51 Cole Almida F Wife M Mar 1853 58

105. Elik Cole

Same as Elisha?

108. Agnes E

Pat Cole has: AGNES C COLE, b. 1845; d. September 1881. Agnes C Cole 24 WM Ont d Sept 1881 Typhoid fever

110. Louis Bogart Cole

Eldest of 10 children, 5 of each. At 19 spent 2 years as a sailor on the Great Lakes, then as a millwright in New York

State 'til 1855, then 10 years at Wolverton, Canada. In 1865 moved to Champaign County, Rantoul, as a contractor and

lumber dealer. In 1879 began dealing in fine Percheron horses, Illinois, USA.

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LOUIS BOGART COLE. This gentleman since 1865 has been identified with the business interests of Rantoul, and to

his energy and enterprise the town is largely indebted for the extent of its business transactions, and the reputation it has

gained as a desirable locality for those who are indisposed to be idle. Mr. Cole represents the agricultural implement

trade, and is extensively engaged in buying and shipping grain, while at the same time giving much of his time and

attention to the breeding of Percheron horses. Of the latter he has some fine animals, and is building up quite a reputation

in this line throughout Central Illinois.


Mr. Cole is a native of the Dominion of Canada, and was born June 14, 1827. He is the son of Conrad B. COLE, who

was born in the same locality, and who after reaching manhood married Miss Sarah A. KENNEDY, of Vermont, her

birthplace being near St. Albans. Her parents subsequently removed to Canada, where she met Conrad B. Cole, and

where, after her marriage to him she spent the remainder of her life. The father of our subject was a carpenter by trade,

and also engaged in farming. The ten children of the parental household consisted of five sons and five daughters; two of

the sons are now deceased. The paternal grandfather of our subject, Barnard COLE by name, was born in the Mohawk

Valley, in New York State, being the son of Daniel COLE, a native of what was then Little York, but now included in

New York City. The family were originally from Holland.


The subject of our sketch, who was the eldest child of his parents, passed his childhood and youth near his birthplace,

and when nineteen years old spent two seasons upon the lakes as a sailor. Then, concluding that terra firma would suit

him better, he remained on land and learned the millwright's trade, which he pursued in the State of New York until the

spring of 1855. For ten years afterward he was a resident of Wolverton, Canada, whence he came to this county in 1865.

He engaged first as a contractor and builder, which he followed until 1871, and then began dealing in lumber and grain.

His yard and its contents, including a flouring-mill, was destroyed by fire in 1872, the whole involving a loss of $7,300.

He recovered from this disaster as soon as possible, and resumed the grain and coal trade, by degrees adding agricultural

implements, and now carries a full line of everything required by the modern farmer. Besides his stock and town property

he owns a good farm in Rantoul Township, the proceeds of which yield him a handsome sum annually.
Mr. Cole began dealing in fine horses in 1879. He has now thirty-seven head, nearly all Percherons, models of beauty

and symmetry, and embracing some of the finest animals of the kind in Central Illinois. At the head of his stables is the

celebrated horse "Monarch," imported from France by Timothy Slattery in 1880, and which took the second prize at the

hose show in Chicago in 1891. He is one of the finest horses in Champaign County, and is valued at a high figure.


The first marriage of Mr. Cole took place in the spring of 1856, when he was united to Miss Elizabeth HINCHELWOOD, who was a native of Scotland, and the daughter of Robert and Elizabeth HINCHELWOOD, who emigrated from that country with their family in 1845, and are now residents of Ontario. Mrs. Cole departed this life after becoming the mother of one daughter, Elizabeth A., who is now the wife of Thomas LITTLE, of Rantoul. The present wife of our subject to whom he was married in 1852, was formerly Miss Isabelle HONEYMAN, of Kirkcaldy, Scotland, who came to the United States with her parents when a little girl. Of this marriage there have been no children.
Our subject cast his first presidential vote for Gen. Winfield Scott, and since exercising the right of suffrage has been the

stanch supporter of Republican principles. He was Justice of the Peace two terms, and has served as Collector of Rantoul

Township two terms. He keeps himself well posted upon current events, and no man in the township feels greater

satisfaction in contemplating its progress and general welfare than he. Mr. Cole identified himself with the Masons in

Canada in October, 1858, and since that time has been a valued member of the fraternity. As the friend of law, order and

progress, he is filling his niche in life worthily, and building for himself a good record.

110S. Elizabeth Hinchelwood

Daughter of Robert and Elizabeth of Scotland who came to Canada in 1845.

115. 2 boys Cole

Possibility that N.B. Cole who I have as son of Barent & Isabella may be son of Conrad ...IF date on stone is actually

1841.

117. William Robison Cole



W. R. COLE is one of the former prominent business men of Champaign County now living retired. He and Mrs. Cole

occupy a very attractive home on Belle Avenue in Rantoul. Mrs. Cole is a member of an old and prominent family of

Champaign County, and is a sister of one of the foremost physicians and surgeons in the world, Dr. D. A. K. STEELE,

one of the founders of the University of Illinois medical department. Mrs. Cole and her brother both taught in the school

at Rantoul and they are of a family of teachers, preachers and lawyers.
A native of Canada, W. R. Cole was born at Adolphostown, a son of Conrad B. and Sarah Ann COLE. He was only an

infant when his mother died. He grew up and received his early education at Napanee, Canada, and at the age of twenty-

six, in 1870, came from Kingston, Ontario, to Rantoul, Illinois, to visit his brother, L. B. Cole, who was at that time a

coal, grain and lumber merchant. He assisted his brother in the business for several years.


In 1872 Mr. Cole married Mary E. Lavinia STEELE. She was born at Grandcote in Perry County, Illinois, daughter of
Rev. Daniel and Mary Leatham Orr (ANDERSON) STEELE. Her parents were natives of northern Ireland. Rev. Daniel

Steele came to America in 1851, locating in Ohio, and in 1868 removing to Rantoul. He was a Presbyterian minister and

for a number of years filled a pulpit in Rantoul. As the result of a runaway horse he sustained an injury which crippled

him through his later years. He took up the drug business and employed Mr. W. R. Cole, and they were associated until

his death on January 5, 1891. He was a man of exceptional character and ability and for many years was closely

identified with Rantoul. His fellow citizens showed their confidence in his judgment and integrity by electing him to a

number of offices. Mrs. Cole’s mother died February 13, 1899, at the advanced age of eighty-four years, two months and

nineteen days. She was a noble character, and her many kindnesses endeared her to a large circle of friends.


Mrs. Cole has only her one brother, above mentioned, Dr. Daniel Atkinson King Steele, who was born in Delaware

County, Ohio, March 29, 1852. He was graduated in medicine from the Chicago Medical College in 1873, and in 1906

was given the honorary LL. D. by the University of Illinois. He was one of the founders in 1882 and since 1894 has been

president and professor of principles and practice of surgery and clinical surgery in the College of Physicians and

Surgeons, the medical department of the Illinois University at Chicago. In 1907 he also became president of the

University Hospital and for many years was professor of clinical surgery in the Post-Graduate Medical School. He is

attending surgeon to various Chicago hospitals, was president of the Chicago Surgical Society in 1907, was president of

the Chicago Medical Society in 1884-85, and by his skill as a surgeon and his researches in medicine his name is known

world wide in the profession. He married Alice L. TOMLINSON of Rantoul, September 7, 1876. She is a college trained

woman and a cultured writer. Doctor and Mrs. Steele made a trip together around the world in 1912.


After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Cole continued to reside in Rantoul. There were born into their home four children,

named Mary Maude, Alice Bell, Lilly Lavinia and Daniel Thomas. Mary Maude graduated with honors and as

valedictorian of her class from the Rantoul High School and then continued her studies in the University of Illinois,

graduating as valedictorian of her class in that institution. As a result of her unusual ability she was given a scholarship

and $400 to continue her studies and has attained the master’s degree. She taught one year in the Rantoul High School

and had taught several terms before finishing her education. She is now the wife of George Harvey SCOTT, who was a

member of the same class in the Rantoul High School and was also in her class at the University of Illinois. Mr. Scott is

now professor of mathematics in a college at Yankton, South Dakota, and has filled that chair for the past sixteen years.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott have five children: William Arthur, Franklin Daniel, Irving Cole, Mary Elizabeth and Clara Lavinia.

Irving C. died in infancy. William A. was a member of the United States army while guarding the Mexican border, was

promoted from corporal to sergeant, and is now in the detail of the United States army destined for early action in France.

Franklin D., the second son, has distinguished himself as a youthful orator and has won prizes in high school and college

oratorical contests at Yankton, Vermillion, Brookins and Mitchell, South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Cole lost their second and third children. Alice Bell died at the age of thirteen months and Lilly Lavinia at

the age of eleven years. The youngest child, Daniel T. Cole, entered the medical department of the University of Illinois

at Chicago in 1900, and was graduated in 1905. He is now a successful physician practicing at Odell, Illinois. He was

recently appointed, with the rank of first lieutenant, to the Medical Reserve Corps of the United States army. He is now

located with the Medical Reserve Corps at a base hospital somewhere in France. Dr. Daniel Cole married Miss Ethel

MARTIN of Rantoul, and they have a daughter, Mary Lois.


For thirty years Mr. W. R. Cole was successfully engaged in the drug business at Rantoul. Then desiring a change and

having acquired a financial competence, he exchanged his business property for land in Saline County, Illinois. Since

then he and his wife have enjoyed the comforts of a good home at Rantoul. They are members and liberal supporters of

the First Congregational Church and for a number of years he has been a deacon. In politics he is a stanch Republican.


Mrs. Cole is one of the cultured women of Champaign County. She and her husband have traveled a great deal and have

seen much of the beauty and grandeur of American scenery. She has always been interested in literature, especially poetry and history. It has been a task spread over many years to neatly compile scrap books of the choice bits of information and literature which she has come across in her reading and these books already find increasing value with the passing years. Mr. and Mrs. Cole have been closely identified with Champaign County and their lives have meant much to the welfare of the little city of Rantoul, where they now reside and can look back over many years of happy associations and of good work well done.

119. Victoria Cole

Daughter named in will.

129. Appleton Jones Cole

"Chatham Daily News Dec 19 1927

Appleton Jones Cole, following an illness of six weeks duration. Appleton Jones Cole a well known and highly respected

Chatham man, passed away yesterday morning at his residence 4 Lorne Ave. Mr Cole was born in Napanee Ont. 82

years ago. As a young man he went to Watertown N.Y. where he conducted a furniture business. Forty years ago he

moved to Sault St. Marie, where he conducted a business until his retirement seven years ago, when he came to Chatham.

He was a member of Park St Untied Church. The surviving members are his wife and his sister. The funeral will be held

Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 from the residence and will be conducted by Rev B H Robinson. The remains will be taken to

the mausoleum where they will remain until Mrs Cole recovers from a slight illness. The body will then be accompanied

by Mrs Cole to Watertown N.Y. for interment in the family plot." from Pat Cole

131. Harriet Cole

56. HARRIET11 COLE was born 1852 in Fredericksburgh, L&A, Ontario, Canada. She married GEORGE BENDICT.


Children of HARRIET COLE and GEORGE BENDICT are:

i. JAMES WILSON12 BENEDICT, b. 1869, Shannonville, Hastings, Ontario,

Canada.

ii. GEORGE ALBERT BENEDICT, b. November 1871, Shannonville, Hastings,



Ontario, Canada; d. Shannonville, Hastings, Ontario, Canada.

iii. PETER BENEDICT, b. January 02, 1874, Tyendinaga, Hastings, Ontario,

Canada; d. September 13, 1945, Allegan, Michigan.

iv. WILLIAM NELSON BENEDICT, b. 1876, Tyendinaga, Hastings, Ontario, Canada.

v. SARAH WINEFRED BENEDICT, b. April 1884, Michigan.

vi. ORRIS AMBROSE BENEDICT, b. April 18, 1889, Marion,

138. William Barent Hudgins

Don't know who this is:

WILLIAM HUDGINS

Spouse: ALLEY SCOTT

Marriage: 13 AUG 1845, Prince Edward District, Ontario

142. David John Hudgins

David John Hudgins

Sex: M


Birth: 14 FEB 1836 in Picton, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada

Death: 1 OCT 1898 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, U.S.A.

Burial: Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, U.S.A.
Father: Nelson Hudgins b: 11 AUG 1803 in New Brunswick, Canada

Mother: Elizabeth Cole b: 1813 in Belleville, Hastings, Ontario, Canada


Marriage 1 Harriet Wright b: in Ontario, Canada

Married: BEF 1861

Children

Rev. James Albert Hudgins b: 6 SEP 1861 in Belleville, Hastings, Ontario, Canada

142S. Anna

Harriet Wright

Sex: F

Birth: in Ontario, Canada

Death: BET 1905 AND 1910 in Saginaw, Michigan, U.S.A.

Burial: BET 1905 AND 1910 Saginaw, Michigan, U.S.A.


Marriage 1 David John Hudgins b: 14 FEB 1836 in Picton, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada

Married: BEF 1861

Children

Rev. James Albert Hudgins b: 6 SEP 1861 in Belleville, Hastings, Ontario, Canada

145. Nelson A Hudgins Jr.

Farmer.


"Vincent Hudgins, B.A., B. Paed., was a highly-respected school principal in Toronto for many years. Much of the

Nelson Hudgin data was gleaned from the family bible now in his possession. His wife is artistically talented. They are

retired in Willowdale. Their son, J. F. is with Neilson's and his daughter, Catherine, has graduated from McMaster U..

Vincent's younger son Hugh is with Personnel, Ont. Hydro"


"Grace Hudgins is retired after teaching in Toronto schools. Her sister Marjorie made education a unanimous family

choice of vocation. She acted as head of the Art Department at Vaughan Rd. C.I. and as head of guidance at York

Memorial C.I. in Toronto.

Athelda married Isaac Lawson, a farmer in the Brighton area. Ida and Percy Davis settled in Toronto. Mabel and Hugh

Wilcox lived in Detroit where he served on the Police Force. It should be noted that this is another family to spell their

names with an 's' "

147. Lewis Ladu Hudgins

Seventh son of the seventh son?

160. Elizabeth Jackson

ELIZABETH JACKSON (MARY3 FERGUSON, ELIZABETH2 COLE, DANIEL1) was born 1819, and died 1868.

She married ABRAHAM VANALSTINE 1842, son of CORNELIUS VANALSTINE and RACHEL DUNHAM. He was born May 07, 1810, and died December 05, 1879.
1861 Athol

A Vanalstine 57m UC Disc shoemaker A & E m 1842

E 32m

J male 19 lab



H male 17 lab

C male 15 lab

G male 11 lab

L male 9 lab

C fem 7

E.M. fem 5



C. fem 3

J outside of residence


1871 Athol # 24

Abram VanAlstine 60w Ont Disc Germ shoemaker

Geo 21

Lyon 19


Ardelia 16

Emma 14


Calvin 12

Welborne 11


Children of ELIZABETH JACKSON and ABRAHAM VANALSTINE are:

i. JOHN D VANALSTINE, b. Abt. 1842.

ii. WILLIAM HENRY VANALSTINE, b. November 01, 1843; d. November 03, 1892.

iii. HENRY J. VANALSTINE, b. Abt. 1844; d. 1901.

iv. CORNELIUS VANALSTINE, b. 1846; d. 1869.

v. WILLIAM VANALSTINE, b. 1849; d. Infancy.

vi. GEORGE A VANALSTINE, b. Abt. 1852.

vii. ARDELIA-CECLIA VANALSTINE, b. 1854; d. 1874, Cherry Valley Cemetery; m.

ABRAM WESSELS.

viii. LYNUS VANALSTINE, b. 1854.

ix. EMMA VANALSTINE, b. Abt. 1857.

x. CALVIN VANALSTINE, b. Abt. 1859; d. 1888.

xi. MILBURN VANALSTINE, b. Abt. 1860.

160S. Abraham VanAlstine

Went to New Haven NY ab 1845 back to Pr Ed 1853. (Pat Cole)
Cherry Valley Cemetery

Abraham VanAlstine 1810-1879

Elizabeth 1819-1868

Cornelius 1846-1869

Ardelia 1854-1874
JOHN D VANALSTINE (ELIZABETH4 JACKSON, MARY3 FERGUSON, ELIZABETH2 COLE, DANIEL1) was

born Abt. 1842. He married SARAH ELLIS.


Notes for JOHN D VANALSTINE: a Capt. (sailor) set Trenton
1871 South Marysburgh # 69

John VanAlstine 30 m Ont Univ Germ sailor

Sarah Ann 31m ME

Constana (m) 4

Calvin 13 Univ

Children of JOHN VANALSTINE and SARAH ELLIS are:

i. CONSTANTINE6 VANALSTINE, b. 1866; m. ISABELL SCOTT.

ii. MINNIE VANALSTINE, b. 1872.

163. Irene Jackson

1881 South Marysburgh # 66

Job Austin 34m Ont Univ Scot farmer

Irene 48m Germ


1891 South Marysburgh # 64

Job Austin 44m Ont US Ont Meth farmer

Jane 56m Univ
1901 South Marysburgh Part 2 # 34

Job Austin July 2 1848 52m Ont Eng Univ farmer

Irena Jan 17 1837 64m

Harold Sept 1897 2 adopted son


1901: (#2 copy)

33 Austin Jabe M Head M Jul 2 1848 52 (Job)

33 Austin Izrma F Wife M Jan 23 1827 64 (Irena, Jan 23 1837 64)

33 Austin Harold M S Sep 1897 3

(I think the transcriber has misread the census and I have suggested corrections in brackets PDC)
She married JOB AUSTIN, son of JOB AUSTIN and SARAH KERR. He was born July 02, 1848, and died September

24, 1923.


Irene (Jackson) Austin, d Sept 9 1917 @ 82yr Born South Marysburgh, residence at time of death South Marysburgh,

housewife /d/o Rowland Jackson and Elizabeth Ferguson inform Job Austin


Irene Austin South Marysburgh d Sept 9 1917 married

Legatee Harold Bosandy Austin adopted son now dead

Job Austin husband now dead

everything went to Ebenezer McNalley filed Nov 2 1923

for Harold a conditional legacy which did not become effective

P E 1/2 L 18 lst Con N of Black River South Marysburgh, 53 acres.

164. Robert Jackson

Robert JACKSON Male English 42 Ontario Farmer Universalist

Jacob JACKSON Male English 64 Ontario Farmer Universalist

Lucey JACKSON Female English 60 Ontario Universalist

Polly JACKSON Female English 50 Ontario Universalist

Nellie VANALSTINE Female English 8 Ontario Universalist


1881 Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 1

Page Number 17 Household Number 79

166. Nancy Jackson

From Pat Cole:

"It is possible Nancy m John Williams then died and her sister Rachel married him then moved to US"

Children of NANCY JACKSON and JOHN WILLIAMS are:

i. HOMER WILLIAMS.

ii. JOSEPHINE WILLIAMS.

iii. FRANKLIN WILLIAMS.

167. Mariam Jackson

She married WILSON BENTLEY. He was born 1804, and died 1874.


Notes for MARIAN JACKSON: d @ 36 yr 5m 10d
Children of MARIAN JACKSON and WILSON BENTLEY are:

i. BENJAMIN5 BENTLEY.

ii. ROWLAND BENTLEY.
Notes for ROWLAND BENTLEY:

1881 Montezuma Parke, Ind a

Rowland Bentley 42m Can teamster father b NY mother b Can

Lucretia 38m IN keeps house KY Ohio

Wilson 18 day lab Can IN

Flora 14

Mary 12

iii. ELIJAH BENTLEY, b. 1840.



iv. SAMUEL BENTLEY, b. 1835; d. 1914.

v. HENRY BENTLEY, b. 1842; d. 1918.

vi. MARIAN BENTLEY, b. 1845.

168S. John Williams

Settled USA.

169. Amy Jackson

Settled Black Creek.

170. Charlotte Clark

CHARLOTTE CLARK (RACHEL3 FERGUSON, ELIZABETH2 COLE, DANIEL1) was born January 05, 1825, and

died January 10, 1905 in Sophiasburgh. She married DAVID JONES October 04, 1843 in Rev Robert Jones Pr Ed Dist

Marriages, son of ROBERT JONES and OLIVE WAY. He was born Abt. 1816, and died July 16, 1903.
Notes for CHARLOTTE CLARK:

found on LDS site

Charlotte Clark, b 1826 Soph m Oct 14 1843 Soph m David Jones 1816 Ont died young 1871 no issue listed

Soph Records

Charlotte Jones d Jan 10 1905 @ 82 yrs Soph b Soph widow

Dulmage Scrap Book

at home, Soph Charlotte Clark widow of David Jones @ 82 yr 3m
David Jones & Charlotte Clark b/o Soph m Oct 4 1843 Rev Jones, wit Robert Norton & Mary Jones

Children of CHARLOTTE CLARK and DAVID JONES are:

i. ALONZO5 JONES, b. Abt. 1843, Sophiasburgh.

ii. LOUISA JONES, b. Abt. 1844.

iii. RUFUS JONES, b. Abt. 1851.

iv. PHOEBE ANN JONES, b. Abt. 1855.

v. HANNAH M. JONES, b. Abt. 1858.

vi. SARAH ETTA JONES, b. Abt. 1860.

vii. ISAAC HENRY JONES, b. Abt. 1846, Sophiasburgh; m. HARRIET SILLS, August 19,

1868, Prince Edward County Mar; b. Abt. 1849, Sophiasburgh.

viii. MUNRO JONES.

ix. LORINSA JONES.

177. Adam John Shortt

ADAM JOHN SHORTT (RACHEL3 FERGUSON, ELIZABETH2 COLE, DANIEL1) was born 1838 in Sophiasburgh,

and died March 17, 1914 in Sophiasburgh. He married MARY HELEN COPPINGER May 09, 1861 in Prince Edward

County Marriage Reg Vol 3, daughter of FRANCIS COPPINGER and SARAH KIMMERLY. She was born 1845 in

Sophiasburgh, and died November 20, 1914.
Notes for ADAM JOHN SHORTT:

Shortt, Adam John, Mar 17 1914 @ 75yr b Pr Ed Co, farmer, married, Adam Shortt.


1861 Sophiasburgh

Adam Shortt 23 CE Farmer

Adelaide Clark 27 EM

Irvin W 5

l fem 68yr d apoplexy
1871 Soph # 158

Adam J Shortt 32m Ont WM Dutch farmer

Mary 26m

Chancy C 9

Susan M 7

Walter J 4

George 2
1881 Soph

Adam Shortt 42m Ont CofE Germ farmer

Mary 36m CM Ir

Chancy 18 Germ

Anson 17

Walter 14

Blanche 7

Geo 12


Harry June
1891 Soph # 49

Adam Shorts 52m Ont Germ Ont Meth farmer

Mary 46m Ont

Walter 24

Geo 22

Ada 17


Harry 10

179S. Mary Jane Currie

Her husband a Wesleyan Methodist & farmer. Hallowell.
1901:

110 Ferguson James G. M Head S Sep 15 1855 45

110 Ferguson Mary J. F Mother W Apr 18 1835 65

110 Ferguson Emma J. F Sister S Jun 12 1874 26

180. Garrittsee Sylvester Ferguson

1871 Athol # 68

Garretse Ferguson 42m Ont EM Scot famer

Sarah 40m Germ

Geo S 9 Scot

Emily D 4

E J Hineaman 50
GARISON FERGUSON M Male Scottish 52 Ontario C. Methodist

JANE SARAH FERGUSON M Female German 49 Ontario C. Methodist

S GEORGE FERGUSON Male Scottish 19 Ontario C. Methodist

EMILY FERGUSON Female Scottish 14 Ontario C. Methodist

ELECTY HYNEMAN Female German 59 Ontario C. Methodist

1881 Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district C Division 2

Page Number 11 Household Number 54


1891 Athol # 66

Garsie Ferguson 62m Ont Ont Ont Meth farmer

Sarah 59m
Garress Ferguson d May 26 1904 @ 75y L 2 l NBR labourer inform Wm Mack

181. Allen Thomas Ferguson

Labourer. Signed with an "X"
From Pat Cole:

ALLEN THOMAS FERGUSON was born Abt. 1831, and died June 11, 1899 in Hallowell. He married CATHERINE

MOUCK, daughter of GEORGE MOUCK and MARGARET METCALFE. She was born 1831.
1861 Hallowell

Allen Ferguson 30m UC WM lab

Catherine 27m

Agnes 8


George 5

Manley 1
1871 Hallowell # 117

Allen Ferguson 40m Ont WM S lab

Catherine 39m G

Agnes 18 S

Geo 14


Anna 6

Emma 10
1881 Hallowell # 160

Allan Ferguson 50m Ont EM Dutch farm lab

Catherine 49m

James 16

Geo 23


Ezra 21

Allan B --


Allen Ferguson, d June 11 1899 @ 68yr Hallowell, lab, b Ont inform J H Grooms

Children of ALLEN FERGUSON and CATHERINE MOUCK are:

i. JAMES FERGUSON.

ii. AGNES FERGUSON, b. Abt. 1853.

iii. GEORGE FERGUSON, b. Abt. 1858.

iv. EZRA MANFRED FERGUSON, b. September 26, 1860; d. December 08, 1928, Watertown,

new York; m. MARGARET WALES, August 20, 1889, Cherry Valley; b. Abt. 1860, England.
Notes for EZRA MANFRED FERGUSON:

Ezra Ferguson formerly of Picton d Dec 8 1929 Watertown NY son John of New York, sister & br Mrs Annie Doran &

George Ferguson both of Watertown
More About EZRA MANFRED FERGUSON:

Baptism: October 01, 1872, Picton E Clement


Marriage Notes for EZRA FERGUSON and MARGARET WALES:
Ezra Ferguson, 28yr res Hallowell b Hallowell teamster s/o Allen Ferguson & Catherine Ferguson m Margaret Wales,

28 yr res Picton b England d/o Wm & Margaret Wales

wit Wm A Grooms of Hallowell & Margaret Ennis of Picton Aug 20 1889 Cherry Valley

R N Adams


v. EMMA FERGUSON, b. Abt. 1861.

vi. ANNA MARGARET FERGUSON, b. October 21, 1864, Picton; m. DORAN.

Baptism: October 01, 1872, Picton E Clement

vii. ALLAN BURTON FERGUSON, b. August 09, 1871, Picton; d. December 09, 1923, New York.


Notes for ALLAN BURTON FERGUSON:

Lee Thompson Scrapbook

Allen Burt Ferguson, d Dec 9 1923 New York formerly of Picton @ 51
Baptism: October 01, 1872, Picton E Clement

181S. Jane F McCrimmon

Surrogate court record of 1872 refers to Jane McCrimmon as "Jane McCrimmon, widow".... so marriage must have taken

place after 1872.

181S. Catherine L Mouck

Via Clara Graham from Family Bible "Holy Bible, Revised Edition, 1881"

The names and dates of this family plus these others (grandchildren, but I am not sure whose):
-Allen Birton Ferguson b. Aug 9 1861 d. Dec 20 1926

-John Griffith Ferguson b. May 20 1890 (no issue) d. March 1 1933

-Edith Elizabeth Ferguson b. April 26 1886 m Charles W Smith Oct 26 1910

-Allen Wilson Ferguson b. May 10 1888 m1 Dorothy Burgess May 10 1911 m2 Ella Burdick July 17 1921 d. Oct 28

1943

-George Lewis Smith b. Nov 30 1911 (no issue) m. Frances Amelia Wilson May 10 1936 d. Sept 17 1936



-John Allen Ferguson b. Oct 22 1912 (no issue)

-Lillian Louise Ferguson b. June 22 1922 m. George Montondo Aug 14 1942

-Clara Rowene Ferguson b. Aug 9 1924 m1 Alfred Donald Peters Sept 15 1946 m2 David Edward Graham May 24 1975

-Howard Ray Fergsuon b. Feb 18 1926

-Laura Adelaide Ferguson b. Sept 14 1927 m. Franklin A Rheaume March 17 1946

182. Mary Jane Ferguson

From Pat Cole: "Mary J Mouck 79th yr w/o S Mouck b South Marysburgh d Picton Oct 9 1912

death registration

Mary Jane Mouck Oct 9 1912 b Soph @ 79yr 2m 6d d Washburn St widow w/o Israel Ferguson &

inform Wesley D McCrimmon of Picton"


Mrs Mary Jane Mouck died at the residence of her son W D McCrimmon, Washburn street, at an early hour Wednesday

morning. Deceased has been in ill health for the past three years, suffering from heart trouble and dropsy. For the past six

weeks she has been confined to her bed entirely. Deceased was in the eightieth year of her age. Mrs Mouck was born in

the Township of South Marysburgh, where she resided for 60 years of her life. Nearly 20 years ago she moved to Picton

to reside with her son. One daughter Mrs William Grills of Campbellford and one son W D McCrimmon, Picton, survive.

The funeral took place at the family residence at two o'clock. Interment was made in Glenwood Cemetery.

182S. Capt. Solomon Mouck

Black Solomon Mouck.


"Many stories have been told about Black Saul Mouck. In the days when whiskey sold for $1 a gallon, he operated a

hotel in Cherry Valley and a tavern at Point Traverse. The log section of the latter building still stands. Big strong Saul

never turned his back on a fight. He, no doubt, acted as his own 'bouncer'. (This description seems to belie the nature of

his descendants who carried names like 'Temperance Evangeline'.)

Black Saul was involved in some notable sea rescues. He was presented with one of only two silver watches awarded for

life-saving by the Dominion Government. The 'Minerva Cook' was a wreck on Poplar Bar, Long Point. She had capsized

at night and by daybreak she was stranded on her side a hundred yards off shore with waves breaking over her.

Fishermen and farmers gathered but rescue seemed hopeless as the breakers were smashing the shore with great force

causing a strong backwash. Hanging on to the main beam were seven humans and a big dog. The captain's sister had been

swept off three times but had been rescued and restored to the beam. "Jimmy, I'm so cold... so cold". One horse had

drowned in its halter but the other horse had broken loose and started swimming for shore. C.H.J. Snider described the

scene as the crew called out "Sugar, Sugar, come back". The dog swam out and the horse returned. They lashed the girl to

the horse's back and started him for shore again. They were seen to make the shore but the undertow carried them back.

The schooner's cargo was lumber and now it was smashing through the surf. At this point a boat could be seen at the

stern of the wrecked vessel. In it was Jackson Bongard, the other silver watch recipient, two other men and Black Saul's

voice could be heard roaring "If ye won't jump I'll come and fetch ye" and at the next rise of the boat, his mighty paws

seized a seaman by the seat of his pants and plucked him from where he hung on to a rope afraid to let go. Three trips

and all were saved except the captain's sister, the cook, and the dog and horses. "


1881

Solomon MOUCK M Male German 61 Ontario Fisherman Church of England

Jane MOUCK M Female Scottish 48 Ontario Church of England

Henry MCCRIMMON Male Scottish 18 Ontario Labour Church of England

Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 2

Page Number 42 Household Number 194
Also, but don't know who this is:

1881


Marcelles VORCE M Male English 39 USA Seaman E. Methodist

Martha VORCE M Female German 44 Ontario E. Methodist

** Soloman MOUCK Male German 9 Ontario Boarder E. Methodist **

Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 2

Page Number 33 Household Number 152

184. Richinda Sophia Ferguson

"I am Richando Sophia Ferguson's gggrandaughter. She married Samuel Farrington in Ontario, Canada...born July 4,

1827 in Prince Edward county. Parents Joseph Farrington and Lucy Ann Roraback. Samuel was one of 9 children. He

and Richando were married on Dec. 30th 1861. Richando's parents were Israel and Rebecca (Alley)Ferguson. Their

daughter was Annie Rebecca Farrington, who married Mr. William Rankin. Everyone moved to Bristol, So. Dakota in

1881. Sincerely, Darcy dderosia@quixnet.net"

184S. Samuel Farrington

I am Richando Sophia Ferguson's gggrandaughter.

She married Samuel Farrington in Ontario, Canada...born July 4, 1827 in Prince Edward county.

Parents Joseph Farrington and Lucy Ann Roraback.

Samuel was one of 9 children.

He and Richando were married on Dec. 30th 1861.

Richando's parents were Israel and Rebecca (Alley)Ferguson.

Their daughter was Annie Rebecca Farrington, who married Mr. William Rankin.

Everyone moved to Bristol, So. Dakota in 1881.

Sincerely, Darcy dderosia@quixnet.net

187. Irena Cole U.E.

Had son, James COLE, before marriage. James was brought up by his Cole grandparents as one of the kids and Irena

refers to him in her will as her "nephew".

Later in life she married Wm Ostrander.


1881:

William OSTRANDER M Male German 70 Ontario Farmer E. Methodist

Irena OSTRANDER M Female German 68 Ontario E. Methodist

Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 2

Page Number 37 Household Number 174


Last Name First Name File # Year of Will Year of Registration Relationship to Testator/Intestate Person Testator/

Intestate Person :

McConnell Elizabeth Helen 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Clapp Robert 474 1881 1881 Executor Ostrander, Irene

Clapp W.E. 474 1881 1881 Witness Ostrander, Irene

Cole Daniel 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Cole David 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Cole Franklin 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Cole James 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Cole John 474 1881 1881 Deceased Ostrander, Irene

Cole John 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Cole William 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

Sayers Lydia Ann 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

187S. father of James Cole

Don't know who this person was but possibly a James. My father thinks my grandmother would have known... but was

unwilling to tell when I was compiling this information. He would have been the father of James (Jape) Cole. In the old

Dutch names there occurs: "Jaap".

187S. William Joseph Ostrander

Photo.

William Joseph Ostrander (Isabella Elizabeth2 Collier, Peter1, WilliamA) was born 2 Apr 1805, and died 1 Jan 1901.



He married (1) Phoebe Palmatier 2 Apr 1833 in Marysburg, Prince Edward County, Ontario. She was born 1814, and

died 17 Nov 1867. He married (2) Irena Cole, daughter of John Cole and Patience Ferguson. She was born 1812, and

died 6 Sep 1881. He married (3) Elizabeth Hudgin, daughter of David Hudgin and Phoebe Harrison. She was born 1831

in South Marysburg Township, Prince Edward County, and died 1907 in Picton, Ontario.


Notes for Irena Cole: Had son, James Cole, before marriage. James was raised by Cole grandparents.


Children of William Ostrander and Phoebe Palmatier are:

i. Garrett Ostrander, born 1835; died 17 Oct 1881.

ii. Hiram Ostrander, born 7 May 1839 in Marysburg, Prince Edward County, Ontario; died 14 Oct

1923.

iii. Mathew Ostrander, born 16 Apr 1843 in Marysburg, Prince Edward County, Ontario; died 17



Jun 1915.

iv. Susannah Ostrander, born 1844 in Marysburg, Prince Edward County, Ontario; died 17 Oct

1922 in Syracuse, New York.

v. Deborah Ostrander, born 17 Mar 1844 in Marysburg, Prince Edward County, Ontario; died 1930.

vi. Peter Ostrander, born 1847; died 24 May 1862. drowned

vii. Catherine Ostrander, born 1848 in Marysburg, Prince Edward County, Ontario; died 10 Jan

1934.

viii. William A. Ostrander, born 1 Jan 1849; died 13 Oct 1918.



ix. Elizabeth Ann Ostrander, born 1854; died 13 Jan 1941.

x. John Ostrander. John died at age 4 years.

188. Magina Cole U.E.

Wondering if Magina might be short for Margaret perhaps?


1861 Marysburgh

Wm Moore 45m Eng

Magina 45m UC

James 23


Mary H. 18

John 14


William 12

Sarah 10


Fred 9

Delila 7


Garrett 4
1871 # 26 South Marysburgh

Wm Moore 53m Eng CofE Eng farmer

Magina 54m Meth Germ

Delianna 17

Gilbert 14 Eng farmer
1881 Athol # 199

Wm Moore 64m Eng CofE Eng f lab

Magina 62m US Germ

Wm Hackett 7 Ont Eng


1881:

WILLIAM MOOR M Male English 64 England Farm Labourer Church of England

MAGINA MOOR M Female English 62 USA Church of England

WM H Male English 7 Ontario Church of England

Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237

District 119 Sub-district C Division 1 Page Number 37 Household Number 199


Last Name Moore

First Name Magina

File # 474

Year of Will 1881

Year of Registration 1881

Relationship to Testator/Intestate Person Relative

Testator/Intestate Person Ostrander, Irene

188S. William Moore

Marriage: William Moore and Majina Cole, both of Picton, 19 Aug 1842. Witnessed by Mr. Brown, Hannah Maria

Brown.
A brother maybe?:

DAVID MOORE Spouse: PHEBE EDMONDS Marriage: 05 NOV 1844, Prince Edward District, Ontario

189. John Gillett Cole U.E.

Photo. Eldest son. Possibly named after grandparent.
Sept 13 1861, the body of John Nagle of the "Banshee" washed up on his shore. I have dived down to the remains of the

Banshee (1971). Its large riveted screw propeller is now displayed at the Mariner Museum, South Bay (has deteriorated

a lot since leaving the lake bottom)
1861 Athol

John Cole 41m C Univ farmer

Elizabeth 37m

Oliver 19 lab

Ireana 18 WM

Wm 15


Henry Tuttle 40 carpt

Henry res out of limit, Rochester?


1871

COLE , JOHN SENR

Sex: Male Age: 50 Birthplace: ONTARIO Religion: Universalist Origin: ENGLISH Occupation: FARMER

District: PRINCE EDWARD ( 059 ) Sub-district: Athol ( G ) Division: 1 Page: 22 Microfilm reel: C-9990 Reference:

RG31 — Statistics Canada
1881

JOHN COLE M Male German 60 USA C. Methodist

ELIZABETH COLE M Female German 58 Ontario Church of England

Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237

District 119 Sub-district C Division 2 Page Number 19 Household Number 102
1891 Athol #70

John Cole 69m Ont US Ont CofE farmer

Elizabeth 67m US Meth weaver
Will: June 28 1893: Wife, Elizabeth - 2 cows, 1 spring calf, 1 bay mare, household effects in house on lot 5 concession 4

Athol. Son, William: all property. Son, William is executor. John G "X" Cole


Pat Cole has: "died August 24, 1901" "death schedule C John G Cole 24 Aug ? @ 70 farmer old age"

189S. Elizabeth Tuttle

Photo.

1901 census has her birthplace as USA and yob 1822.

55 Cole Elizabeth F Mother W Nov 6 1823 77

190. Farrington Ferguson Cole U.E.

Photo. Second son. Named after mother's father. Farmer. Universalist. Ship's mate or midshipman. No issue.
Had a stroke. Couldn't talk after to tell where he buried his money. (Family legend says he kept his money in an iron pot

buried where he could keep his eye on it)


Owned a boat and traded Barley, etc to Oswego. I have his bed that used to be on his boat... willed to his youngest

brother, Daniel, thence to Britton, then Benjamin, then me.

"Boat, the F&F Cole, was brought into Gull Pond bow first. It had a crawl space along each side of the mast, which was

near the front, set in iron strapping and into a hole in the "floor". It had wide side railings, the front was decked in and

had a steering post in the back." (This information from Benjamin Robbins Cole.)
From Willis Metcalfe's book: " The F & F Cole named after Francis Farrington Cole (I think he meant to say Frank &

Farrington Cole) was built at Point Petre by Leigh VanDusen, for Ostrander & Co. of Picton. Used for bay and river use,

she was rebuilt in 1883. Nineteen registered tons."
About Captain John Walters: "One fall the little schooner F. F. Cole, named after Francis Farrington Cole, carried over to Sackets Harbour a thousand bushels of buckwheat. Capt. Walters had bought her in 1881 or thereabouts. She had a regular run, picking up "rough fish" from Brighton to Wellers Bay, Wellington, Salmon Point, Gull Pond, Point Traverse and the Ducks to Oswego."
"During his forty-four year reign of the-Main Duck island, from 1948 to 1892, John Walters owned in whole or part, the

small schooners TRADE WIND, F.& F. COLE, FLORA, JOHN WALTERS, NELLIE HUNTER and FABIOLA, and

scow schooners SAUCY JACK, SEA BIRD, JESSIE BROWN and GENTLE JANE."
1881:

FARRINGTON COLE Male German 57 USA Universalist

DANIEL COLE M Male German 40 Ontario Farmer Church of England

OLIVA COLE M Female English 32 Ontario Methodist

MARY EDITH COLE Female English 4 Ontario Methodist

BENJAMIN COLE Male English 1 Ontario Methodist

Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district C Division 2 Page

Number 20 Household Number 108
From Pat Cole: "Return of Death; Athol, Farrington F Cole, d May 8 1899 @ 75 yrs. farmer, married, b York State,

US, inform Daniel Cole


Ont Reg Vol 2 Pr Ed Militia 1822 shows a Farrington Ferguson Cole, @ 20
Will 1256 Farrington Cole, Athol - May 30 1899 farmer, d May 8 1899

brother Daniel Cole of Athol, farmer, sole executor, inherited everything E 1/2 L 6 Con 5 Athol"

190S. Abigail Minerva Tuttle

No issue.

191. William Nelson Cole U.E.

Photo. Labourer. When a widower, moved to log house at Outlet, Log Cabin Point. (Cowan Cabin)

I had birthdate previously as Sept 1823/1825. 1901 census has March 6 1826. Says "Immigrated" to Canada in 1836.

Gravestone says 1823-1914.


1861 Marysburgh

William Cole 38m US EM farmer

Roxey 37m CW

Mahala A 12

Wm F 10

John W 8


Geo P 6

Jas T 4


Almira G. 2
1871 COLE , WILLIAM Sex: Male Age: 45 Birthplace: ONTARIO Religion: Episcopal Methodist/Methodist

Episcopal Origin: GERMAN Occupation: FARMER

District: PRINCE EDWARD ( 059 ) Sub-district: Marysburgh South ( H )

Division: 2 Page: 8 Microfilm reel: C-9990 Reference: RG31 — Statistics Canada


1871 Marysburgh Census

Wm Cole 45m Ont ME German farmer


Roxey 47m

Wm F. 18 farmer

John W 16

Geo P 15


James L 14

Amy? 10


Reuben O 5
1901:

33 Cole William N. M Head M Mar 6 1826 75 from US to Can 1836

33 Cole Roxea A. F Wife M Jul 4 1823 77
1911

23 Cole William N. M Head M Mar 1826 85


From Pat Cole: "Return of Death Pr Ed Athol William N Cole @ 90 yr 7m d Oct 13 1915 b United States s/o John

Cole, mother not listed inform Franklin Cole, Cherry Valley."

191S. Roxanna McConnell

Photo. Also have her death date at Dec 27th.


Children of WILLIAM COLE and ROXIE MCCONNELL are:

i. MALIAHA ANN COLE, b. Abt. 1849.

ii. WILLIAM FRANKLIN COLE, b. June 25, 1851, Athol; d. October 01, 1935, Milford.

iii. JOHN W. COLE, b. 1855.

iv. GEORGE PHILIP COLE, b. September 05, 1856, Prince Edward County; d. May 29, 1941, Ione,

Pend Orille, Washington.

v. JAMES L. COLE, b. 1857.

vi. FLORENCE ALMIRA COLE, b. September 13, 1859, South Marysburgh; d. March 09, 1937, Seney,

Michigan.

vii. ALMYEA COLE, b. 1861.

viii. REUBEN JAMES COLE, b. May 05, 1865, Point Petre; d. December 23, 1944.

192. Garrett Cole U.E.

Little known about this member. "Went west".

Rode horse into house... obviously a non-conformist. I would really like to discover more about him.

Other than family legend, the only proof of his existance is in the papers of John Cole's estate (Lawyer Doug Walmsley)

where the property is divided up into small sections, one of which is for Garrett Cole. In the Belden Atlas of 1878, "C.

Cole" is on the map.... a typo - should probably be "G".

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Possible? -- 1880 US Census -->

Garrett S. COLE Self M Male W 51 N Y Cooper N Y N Y

Elizabeth J. COLE Wife M Female W 47 N Y Keeping House CAN N J

John C. COLE Son S Male W 19 MI Painter N Y N Y

Census Place 1st Ward, Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan

Family History Library Film 1254574 NA Film Number T9-0574 Page Number 59A


Husband GARRETT S. COLE Birth: 1828

Marriage: 17 NOV 1853, Calhoun, Michigan

Wife ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Birth: 1832

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In 1870 Grandville, Wyoming, Michigan census, there is a Garret Cole aged 55 and wife Lucinda aged 51, both of New

York.


193. Lydia Ann Cole U.E.

No photo of her in Cole family album.

1871 Athol # 118

Brooks Sayers 53m Irel WCM Irish farmer

Lydia Ann 42m US

Margaret 20 Ont

John M 15

Martha 11

Evere H 6

Emmeville (f) March


1881 Athol part 2 # 107

Brooks Sayers 60m Irel CofE Irish farmer

Ann Lydia 54m US CM Germ

Everett James 16 Ont

Martha 19
1881:

BROOK SAYRES M Male Irish 60 Ireland Farmer Church of England

ANN LYDIA SAYRES M Female German 54 USA Methodist

EVERETT JAMES SAYRES Male German 16 Ontario Methodist

MARTHA SAYRES Female German 19 Ontario Methodist

Census Place: Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number -13237 District 119 Sub-district C Division 2 Page

Number 20 Household Number 107


1891

Brooks Sayers 72m Ire Ire Ire Meth farmer

Lydia 62m US US Ont

Everett 24 farmer

Martha 31w

Estella 4


1901:

43 Sayers Everett J. M Head S Apr 4 1866 34

43 Sayers Brook M Father M Apr 11 1820 80

43 Sayers Lydia A. F Wife M Apr 4 1830 70


From Pat Cole: "Florence Welsh Scrapbook Hallowell March 11 1913 Lydia Ann Sayers 82yr 11m 5d Cherry V Cem

(b 1830)"

193S. Brook Sayers

Pat Cole has: "son of WILLIAM SAYERS and MARY CAMPBELL"


1871:

33 Sayers, Brook M 53 (Fisherman)

Lydia Ann F 42

Margaret F 20

John W. M 15

Sayers, Martha F 11

Everett M 6

Emmerilla F 1/12


1901:

43 Sayers Everett J. M Head S Apr 4 1866 34

43 Sayers Brook M Father M Apr 11 1820 80

43 Sayers Lydia A. F Wife M Apr 4 1830 70

43 McMahon Louise F Servant S Feb 24 1882 19

43 Helly Thomas(?) M labourer S Mar 1 1851 50

194. Helen Elizabeth Cole U.E.

Also signed name as Helen A. Cole.

1861 census has age 25 = 1836.
1900 Michigan census: She says both her parents born in New York.

Always gave her own place of birth as New York.

Also says she was mother of 4 children with 3 living.
Last Name First Name File # Year of Will Year of Registration Relationship to Testator/Intestate Person Testator/

Intestate Person :

McConnell Elizabeth Helen 474 1881 1881 Legatee Ostrander, Irene

194S. John McConnell

Photo. Universalist, farmer.

In 1861 census, a "Barnaby" aged 58 was living with them.

In 1871 census a "Beersheba" aged 67 was living with him.
1871 MCCONNELL , JOHN Age: 42

Birthplace: ONTARIO Religion: Episcopal Methodist/Methodist Episcopal

Origin: GERMAN Occupation: FARMER

District: PRINCE EDWARD ( 059 ) Sub-district: Athol ( G ) Division: 1 Page: 24 Microfilm reel: C-9990 Reference:

RG31 — Statistics Canada
1880:

John MCCONNELL Self M Male W 49 CAN Farmer NY CAN

Helan MCCONNELL Wife M Female W 47 NY Keeping House --- ---

Hamer S. MCCONNELL Son S Male W 25 CAN Farmer CAN NY

Jollet MCCONNELL Son S Male W 21 CAN Works On Farm CAN NY

James P. MCCONNELL Son S Male W 15 CAN Works On Farm CAN NY

Sarah A. MCCONNELL Dau S Female W 12 CAN CAN NY

Census Place Forester, Sanilac, Michigan

Family History Library Film 1254605 NA Film Number T9-0605 Page Number 98D

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From Paul Enge:

Name: John William MCCONNELL

Birth: 1826 in Athol Township, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada 1

Father: William MCCONNELL b: in Ernestown, Lennox and Addington County, Ontario, Canada

Mother: Barsheba VAN FALKENBURG b: 20 SEP 1801

Marriage 1 Helen Elizabeth COLE b: 1836 in Point Petre, Athol Township, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada

(She was born in New York State. PDC)

195. Franklin Cole U.E.

Went to USA about March 1903 with his family. Not in 1901 Canadian Census so may have gone before then.

Naturalization for Ontario County, New York, Canandaigua 1908.

(May have had a wife before Joanna Goldsmith as 1861 census lists him earlier as a widower -- but probably an error in

census-taking).


Had small log house near road on original John Cole property. Once told story about wasting all his ammunition trying

to shoot a racoon in a tree, only to realize he was seeing a louse on his eyelash. (BCC) (This story may refer to William

Franklin, son of William N. Cole. PDC)
Says his father born in New York in 1910 USA census. Says his mother born in Canada.

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ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL Fri. April 16, 1920 PAGE 5

Franklin Cole was born Canada April 1838. Franklin died June 17, 1913 Canandaigua, New York, at 75 years of age.

ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL

COLE - The death of Franklin Cole, aged 75 years, occurred at his home on Saltonstall Street on Monday night.

Besides his wife he leaves one son, Herbert Cole of Hopewell, and a daughter, Mrs. Nettie Bird of Academy. Rev.

DeWitt S. Hooker officiated at the funeral services on Wednesday. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery.

1871 Athol # 27

COLE , FRANKLIN Male Age: 35 Birthplace: ONTARIO Religion: Wesleyan Methodist Origin: GERMAN

District: PRINCE EDWARD ( 059 ) Sub-district: Marysburgh South ( H ) Division: 2 Page: 8 Microfilm reel: C-9990

Reference: RG31 — Statistics Canada


Franklin Cole 35m Ont WM German

Joanna 20m Ireland

Netty Jane 2 German

Geo Goldsmith 12 Ireland


1881

FRANKLIN COLE M Male German 44 Ontario Methodist

JOANNAH COLE M Female German 33 Ontario Methodist

JANE NETTIE COLE Female German 12 Ontario Methodist

STINSON HERBERT COLE Male German 10 Ontario Methodist

Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district C Division 2 Page

Number 20 Household Number 109


1881 Athol # 109

Franklin Cole 44m US Univ Germ

Joannah 33m Ont CM

Jane Nettie 12

Stinson Herbert 10
1891 Athol # 62

Franklin Cole 54m Ont US Ont Meth farmer

Joanna 44m

Nettie 22

Herbert 20

Wm Bennett 9 US domestic


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Naturalizations in Ontario County, NY - 20th Century:


NAME SPOUSE TOWN DATE
COLE, FRANKLIN COLE, JOANNA CANANDAIGUA 1908

COLE, HERBERT STINSON COLE, MARY E. HOPEWELL 1916

195S. Joanna Goldsmith

Photo.
Ontario Co. Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday, April 16, 1920 by: Dianne Thomas


COLE – Mrs. Joanna COLE, aged 71 years, passed away at her home on Bristol street, on Sunday, following a long

illness. She leaves one son, Herbert COLE of Hopewell; one daughter, Mrs. Curtis BURD, of Academy; one brother,

George C. GOLDSMITH, of Rochester, and one sister, Mrs. Eliza BURD, of Academy. Rev. Livingston L. TAYLOR

officiated at the funeral services. Interment was in Woodlawn. (died Apr 11, 1920)


Her body was interred 1920 Canandaigua, New York, Woodlawn Cemetery.

Buried next to her son Herbert S. Cole.


196. Daniel Cole U.E.

Farmer.

Moved the original house in two sections from Gull Pond to present location. Let fences down. 16 team of horses in

twos. Straight, not UP hill. Cellar was there first from previous really old house which burnt up, and set house upon it.

Lived in old wagon house for a while. ("Don't fix it up too nice"...hole in wall let in the snow.) Took over a week to

move. Luther Levitt was scalped by a wiffle tree and Mike Kerwin had a broken leg.

(This information from Great Uncle Ben Cole)


1871 Athol, # 117

Patience Cole 77w Ont WM Eng?

Farrington 46w Univ farmer

Daniel 32m WM farmer

Olivia 24m
1881

DANIEL COLE M Male German 40 Ontario Farmer Church of England

OLIVA COLE M Female English 32 Ontario Methodist

MARY EDITH COLE Female English 4 Ontario Methodist

BENJAMIN COLE Male English 1 Ontario Methodist

FARRINGTON COLE Male German 57 USA Universalist

Census Place Athol, Prince Edward, Ontario Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237

District 119 Sub-district C Division 2 Page Number 20 Household Number 108


1901:

56 Cole Daniel M Head M Apr 11 1840 60

56 Cole Olive C. F Wife M Aug 18 1848 52

56 Cole Benjamin M Son S Dec 29 1879 21

56 Cole Cora E. F Daughter S Feb 8 1882 18

56 Cole Britton D. M Son S Nov 7 1885 15


From Pat Cole:

Death return Daniel Cole, @ 77 yr 4m 16d res Athol Twp. d July 27 1917 b Athol buried Cherry Valley, farmer,

married, parents names not listed, inform Britton Cole, of Milford

Daniel Cole, Athol, farmer, d Aug 12 1917

Britton Cole, son of Milford, Benj R Cole a son & Edith Haight a dau mentioned.

Daniel Cole 77 1/3 b Athol March 11 1840 d July 27 1917 pneumonia bur Cherry Valley


1911:

52 Cole Daniel M Head M Apr 1839 72

52 Cole Olivia F Wife M Aug 1848 62

52 Cole D. Britton M Son M Nov 1885 25

52 Cole L. Emma F Daughter-in-law M Dec 1888 22

52 Cole L. Donald M Grandson S Apr 1911 1/6

196S. Olivia Cecelia Robbins U.E.

Baptised by William Coleman.


Favourite sayings:

-Let your vittles shut your mouth.

-Good fences make good neighbours.

-You could live without friends, but you can't live without neighbours.

-You never miss a slice off a cut loaf. (Advice given to Buffer Farrington whose wife ran off with another man, on taking

her back.) (Mrs Buffer Farrington was lighthousekeeper at Pt Petre 1912-1927)

-It's like greasing the fatted sow's ass. (On the school children saving pennies for a present for some royal event)....

-Among 'em be it!

-If you can't help a body, don't hinder.

-Your neighbours are just what you make them.

-Who comes oftener than I do? (Them as comes twice to your once.)

-Eat your big potatoes first and you'll always be eating your big potatoes.

-A poor man has one dog. A damn poor man has two dogs.
Her hand woven blue and white blankets went out west with daughter, Edith, in the 1940s. (Photo)
From Pat Cole: "Olivia Cole: will 3229 Athol, widow, d Dec 3 1925 son Britton Cole of Cherry Valley got everything."

197. Catherine Elizabeth Ferguson

This line from Bob Presley.

197S. Lewis Presley

Had moved to Canada when aged about 8 years. To Michigan about 1859.

198. Daniel Duncan Ferguson

From Pat Cole: "Obit

"Uncle Dan" Ferguson Laid to Rest Sunday

Daniel Ferguson, one of the oldest and most respected residents of Yale, passed away at this home here at 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 29th 1931. He had been in poor health for some time. During his early residence here, Mr Ferguson

was engaged in the ice and dairy business, which he carried on for many years.

He was born on a farm near Woodstock, Ont. April 13 1843 and came with his parents to Kenockee township, when

he was nine years of age. They afterward moved to Berville. On October 28 1886 he was married to Mandana C Snover

and they made their home in Berville for five years, afterward moving to Yale, where he lived for the past forty years.

Mrs Ferguson preceded him in death eleven years ago and Mr Ferguson had since made his home with his nephew, Floyd

Ferguson. He had no children

Deceased is survived by several nieces and nephews, the following of whom attended the funeral; Mr and Mrs Roy

Richards, Mr and Mrs Will Ferguson and Mr and Mrs Dee Ferguson of Flint, Mr and Mrs Ralph Ferguson and sons

Ralph and Alfred Ferguson, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Lamphere, of Capac; Mr and Mrs Adeel Ferguson of Romeo; Mr and

Mrs A L Ferguson of Detroit; Mr and Mrs Lawton Sperry and Jimmie Jones of Berville and Mr and Mrs Bert Tibbits of

Richmond. Out of town friends and relatives, who attended the funeral were Mr and Mrs Vern Graham, Albert and

Eddie Tosch and Mrs Augusta Stroup of Capac; Mr and Mrs Arra Prout and Mr and Mrs Oscar Hyde of Detroit; Mrs

John Green of Memphis, Mrs Mary Gofton of Applegate, Mr and Mrs Don Robinson, Mr and Mrs Charles Cavanagh of

Port Hurton, Mr and Mrs C S Hibbard of Imlay City, Mr and Mrs Fred Schoneman, of Allenton and Mr and Mrs Hiram

Jones of Armada
We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our many freinds and neighbors for their kindness during the sickness and

death of our dear Uncle Dan. Also Rev Hurd for the beautiful words he expressed; all who sent floral offerings and Miss

Pearl Bright, Miss Harriet Felton and Miss Elizabeth McColl for their part in the services, Mr and Mrs Floyd Ferguson

and family."


1920 Census has Daniel D immigrated to US in 1860

199. Arra Cole Ferguson

Arra C(ole) Jr & Frances Sarah Smith

dau Jennie K b 1873 (she isn't at home in 1910 census but her children are living with Arra & Sarah)

m. a Jones
1920 census states Arra moved to the states 1861
More About ARRA COLE FERGUSON:

Cause of death (Facts Pg): Chronic Intestine nephritis

Children of ARRA FERGUSON and FRANCES SMITH are:

i. FLOYD5 FERGUSON.

ii. JENNIE K. FERGUSON, b. 1873.

Notes for JENNIE K. FERGUSON:

dosen't show in the 1910 census but her children are residing with Arra & Sarah

Bev believes she may have died. m a Jones

203. Andrew Dainard Jr. U.E.

Francis DEWITTA M Male Italian 32 Ontario Farmer Methodist Canada

Maranda DEWITTA M Female German 32 Ontario Methodist Canada

David DEWITTA Male Italian 12 Ontario Methodist Canada

John DEWITTA Male Italian 8 Ontario Methodist Canada

Martha DEWITTA Female Italian 5 Ontario Methodist Canada

Frederick DEWITTA Male Italian <1 Born: Aug; 8/12 Ontario Methodist Canada

Amerila DAINARD Female German 28 Ontario Methodist Canada

Edward SIMMERMAN Male German 22 Ontario Farmer Methodist Canada
1881 Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 1

Page Number 6 Household Number 28

203S. Rachel Simmerman

By Rev. G.D. Greenleaf. Has marriage date as Feb 12 1846, both of Marysburgh.
in 1881 S. Marysburgh:

Samuel SIMMERMAN

Birth Year <1826> Birthplace Ontario Age 55 Occupation Farmer

Marital Status M Ethnic Origin German

Head of Household Samuel SIMMERMAN Religion Church of England
Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 1

Page Number 6 Household Number 25

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Other Simmerman at this time is Edward Simmerman living with Francis Duetta
1901 N Marysburgh has

13 Zimmerman Emmanuel M Head M Oct 10 1866 34

13 Zimmerman Victoria F Wife M May 10 1869 31

13 Zimmerman Nettie May F Daughter S Oct 28 1890 10

13 Zimmerman Maggie F Daughter S Nov 28 1893 7

13 Zimmerman Edith Pearl F Daughter S Aug 30 1895 5


5 Zimmerman Ed M Head M Oct 3 1858 42

5 Zimmerman Annie M F Wife M Apr 10 1875 25

5 Zimmerman Ernest M Son S Jul 11 1892 8

5 Zimmerman Ed E. M Son S May 4 1896 4

5 Zimmerman Edna F Daughter S Jun 25 1899 1

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#009427-79 Samuel ZIMMERMAN, 54, farmer, Canada, South Marysburgh, widower, s/o John & May E.

ZIMMERMAN, married Jane MARLAND, 48, Ireland, South Marysburgh, widow, d/o David & Mary MORE, witn:

Annie LEAROYD & Alice LAIRD, both of Picton, 12 Aug 1879 at the parsonage Picton

204. Mary Dainard U.E.

"Most of her brothers and sisters moved away from the Bay of Quinte area."

Birthdate from 1901 census. "Mary" in 1901 census, living with son, William T.


From Pat Cole: "Mary Robbins, d Jan 3 1912 @ 90yr b Pr Ed Co d Athol Lot 8, Con 3 housewife, Widowed

d/o Andrew Dainard b Pr Ed and mother not listed"


1861 Marysburgh

Geo Robbin 37m Eng WM shoemaker

Mary 38m CW

Olive 14


Sarah 12

Geo 9


Mary 7

Charlett 5

Albert 3
1871 South Marysburgh # 4

Geo Robbins 48m Eng CofE Eng shoemaker

Mary 48m Ont WM Germ

Charlotte 15 Eng

Albert 13

Wm 5
1881 South Marysburgh # 41

Geo Robbins 56m Eng CM Eng farmer

Mary 58m Ont Germ

Albert 23 Eng

Wm 15
1911:

51 Robbins William M Head M Jun 1865 45

51 Robbins A. Emma F Wife M Feb 1866 44

51 Robbins B. Gladys F Daughter S Aug 1906 4

51 Robbins Mary F Mother W Feb 1821 89

204S. George Robbins

Photo: Good-looking gentleman. Shoemaker. Had lost a leg. Died of heart attack.

Thanks to Mary Mouck, I have his home-made crutches, his harness vice and an iron shoemaker's last.
Myrtle Robbins: "Of a large family. His father in army. Sailed to Canada from Bristol"

Have a collection of letters to him from his half-sister in Frome, England 1860s-1880, and one excellent one from his

mother 1848....
For George Robins

To Mr.


Marysburgh

millford post ofice Canada in care

of Thomas Wellbanks prince edward districk

May 28 1848


Dear Child we your poor

father and mother resieve your

kind and wilcom and was glad

with hearts fool of joy to hear

from you and to hear of your

makeing your self Contented and

to hear of your leaving of bad

Company and all bad vices and

Dear Child we your poor old

father and mother do f hope

the almightty God will keep

you in his good way and prosper

in all thing Dear Child you need not

regreat forever leave-ing

of englend for it is wearie and

ever so Dear Child we hope you

will mak yourself happy in your

situation and if ever you should

return again and the lord should

be ples to spear us to see your

face we will reseave you with joy

but Dear Child we are both geting

old and I your poor mother am geting

very febile and if we do not see each

other in this world O may God grant

we may all met in Glory you

desiered to inform you of your aige

you will be 24 years of aige

the 17 of next Jenuary at 2 o

Clock in the morning you sister

and your ant Come to see at easter

last and your sister is remaining at

the same place your uncal

Carpenter is dead he dide 15

month and your ante welbley

is deade that leave at barkle

she dide near the sam tim Dear

Child we have had a very bad

disorder in the potatoes for the

last 4 year that sum times we

was on half provation this time

12 month I give a shilling a lofe

and now for 6 pence and all Bid

for


so no more at present from you

afectionnate father and mother


Bengemen and Sarah Robens
(Berkley is a small village about 3 miles from Frome, near the Wiltshire border) (Dilton Marsh is just across the border,

about 6 miles from Frome)

George Robbins came to Canada about 1847.

From Mary Mouck, October 2002: " I thought you might be interested in the little bit of info I did manage to dig up on

our house.

I went to the registery office and got copies of the changes of ownership through the years. George Robbins obtained

possession of this piece of property in 1848, if I remember correctly. In 1888 his wife Mary got ownership and she had

to pay $200. I think it might have been for past taxes. She is listed as a widow at this time.


Mrs Scott who works at the school house that they have restored up by the United Church had some info about the

building of the stone school house. The original school was a wooden structure and was sold somewhere around 1855.

John's parents always told us that our living room was the old school house that was bought by Robbins and erected here

and is presently our living room. ... So from my calculations this house was probably built somewhere between 1855 and

1860."
1881 census

George ROBBINS M Male English 56 England Farmer C. Methodist

Mary ROBBINS M Female German 58 Ontario C. Methodist

Albern ROBBINS Male English 23 Ontario C. Methodist

William ROBBINS Male English 15 Ontario C. Methodist

Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario

Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 2

Page Number 9 Household Number 41


In Murray Clapp's Dainard compilation he has "George WILLIAM Robbins" but I have never come across any document

or other source with George having this middle, or any other middle, name. PDC.

206. Adelaide Dainard U.E.

Adelaide DAINARD was born ABT. 1842 in Ontario. She married John MCLAUGHLIN ABT. 1863 in Brudenell,

Renfrew, Ontario. (from Paul Enge Internet data)

213. Armilda Elizabeth Dainard U.E.

Photo
I think THIS is the right family as the wife's birthdate is identical to the one I have for Armilda....

1901 ON ADDINGTON (#43)

Subdistrict: Denbigh, Abinger & Ashby a-2 Page 4
37 Sweetman Geo M Head M May 4 1831 69

37 Sweetman Elizabeth F Wife M Mar 29 1841 60

37 Sweetman Austin M Son S Sep 24 1862 38

37 Sweetman Carman M Son S Jul 13 1877 23

37 Sweetman Emma F Daughter S Oct 5 1879 21
and this family is next on the page: I'll bet it's a son.

36 Sweetman Willet M Head M May 3 1872 28

36 Sweetman Annie F Wife M Dec 28 1872 28

36 Sweetman Evelyn F Daughter S Sep 16 1895 5

36 Sweetman Mary M. F Daughter S Dec 29 1898 3

36 Sweetman George W. M Son S Oct 5 1899 1


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1901 Picton has this family:

132 Pine Sylvester M Head M Dec 29 1868 32

132 Pine Beatrice F Wife M Jan 18 1877 24

132 Swetman Mahala F Mother-in-law W May 11 1833 67

213S. George Wilkenson Sweetman

Photo

214. James Ferguson



In Hallowell in 1901 is also this family:
18 110 Ferguson James G. M Head S Sep 15 1855 45

19 110 Ferguson Mary J. F Mother W Apr 18 1835 65

20 110 Ferguson Emma J. F Sister S Jun 12 1874 26

219. John Russell Ferguson

John Russ Ferguson, 25, Hallowell b Haldimand, s/o Farrington & Mindell m April 28 1858 Rebecca Parks 23,

Hallowell b S Fred's'b d/o David & Nancy Vol 3 Pr Ed Co Mar Reg


1861 Hallowell

John L Ferguson 29m UC WM farmer

Rebecca 26m EP

Robert Stewart 11 LC lab Kingston

Caroline D Parks 14 US Fred's'b
(Caroline m Wm Henry DeGroff of Bloomfield)
1871 Picton # 224

John L Ferguson 39m Ont W Sc grocer

Rebecca 36m D

Farrington 8 Sc

Caroline 4
1881 Sophiasburgh # 52

John Ferguson 58m Ont CM S farmer

Rebecca 45m D

Farrington 18 S farmer

Carrie 14
There was a Rozel Ferguson 1829-1855 married to Nancy Rankin 1829-1903.
1901 Deseronto has:

9 51 Ferguson John L. M Head M Dec 1 1831 69

10 51 Ferguson Rebecca F Wife M Apr 12 1835 65

11 51 Bristol Charles M Lodger S Mar 24 1880 21

219S. Rebecca Parks

Census says of Dutch descent.

220. Elizabeth Ferguson

B & S dated June 7 1857: From Elizabeth Ferguson spinster and daughter of Farrington Ferguson and divisee of

Farrington Ferguson the elder, 10 pounds to Joseph R Roblin for --- 166 acres being the undivided 1/7 of lot 15, 1st

concession East Lake.

221. Abigail A Jinks

Lot B Sandbanks.

222. Patience Jinks

PATIENCE JINKS was born October 06, 1839, and died May 01, 1922 in Salmon Point. She married WILLIAM HUFF. He was born March 09, 1841 in Athol, and died April 21, 1923 in Athol.


PATIENCE JINKS: Burial: Cherry Valley Cemetery
Notes for WILLIAM HUFF:

1861 Athol

Joseph Losie 62m NY farmer

Deborah 67m


Julia 47 Can

Patience Jinks 22 PrEdCo


1871 Athol

Wm Henry Huff 30m Ont WM Germ farmer

Patience 31m
1881 Athol

Wm H Huff 40m Ont CM Eng farm lab

Patience 41m

1891 Athol

Wm Henry Huff 50m Ont Ont Ont Meth farmer

Patience 52m

Hester Jinks 77w US US
1901 Athol

Wm H Huff May 9 1841 60m Ont E Meth farmer

Patience Oct 6 1839 61m

Emily Nettlehip July 26 1887 13 Eng Emily from Eng 1895

Esther Jinks Aug 19 1813 87w

223. Elsie Ann Jinks

ELSIE ANN JINKS was born June 05, 1850. She married

JOHN TUTTLE, son of THOMAS TUTTLE and HANNAH BAVERSTOCK. He was born September 17, 1849.


Notes for JOHN TUTTLE:

1901 Athol Pt 2 # 24

John Tuttle Sept 17/19 1849 51m Ont Meth farmer

Eliza A June 5 1850 50m

John Nov 22 1879 21 farm lab

Walton/Walter Sept 14 1882 18 farm lab


from Rosalyn Insley 028858-26

John Cole b Nov 18 1848 s/o Thomas Tuttle & Hannah Baverstock d Mar 27 1986

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