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Fitzpatrick, William Sr.
B: 1755, County Mayo, Ireland (another source says b. 1760 or 1761)
D: 04 Jun 1844, 83 years old, York, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
M: Elizabeth Duncan b. 1759 or 1760 d. 09 Jan 1871, Scarborough, York, Ontario
Buried: Zion Wexford, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada

FN: Unknown Fitzpatrick
MN: Unknown

Children of William Fitzpatrick, Sr. and Elizabeth Duncan:

1. William Fitzpatrick, Jr.
B: 1805 or 1806, Ireland or York, Ontario, Canada
D: 04 Jul 1856, 50 years old Scarborogh, York, Ontario, Canada
M: 24 Jan 1832 (another source says 24 Jun 1832) Elizabeth Heron aka Herron at Scarborogh, Ontario, Canada. She was b. 1810 or 1811 in Ireland, County Mayo or Ontario, Canada. d. 04 Feb 1886, 75 years old. Elizabeth's Father was Richard Heron. Their children: Duncan, Richard, George, Albert and Mary.

Zion Wexford United Church, in York / Scarborough area of Toronto, is where the Fitzpatrick family (of which Sheldon Albert Fitzpatrick, b. 11/1876 attended church. It is a Methodist Church, and family still attend this church even to this day, for special occasions.

2. Margaret Fitzpatrick
B: Abt 1808, York, Ontario, Canada
M: Charles Magnin, Ontario, Canada

3. Mary Fitzpatrick
B: Abt 1810
M: 12 Mar 1828, Richard Heron aka Herron probable brother of Elizabeth Heron

4. Hannah Fitzpatrick
B: Abt 1812, York, Ontario, Canada
M: William Thompson

5. Jane Fitzpatrick
B: Abt 1814, York, Ontario, Canada
M: Never married. Lived with her brother on the farm home until her death. She was buried, as was her brother William, in a family plot in the orchard at the farm for a period of twenty years, then they were re-interred in Zion Cemetery Wexford.

ELIZABETH DUNCAN Tombstone states she was 111 years old at death which means she was born in 1760 and must have been 30 years old when she came to New World from Ireland. She died in York, Ontario, Canada and buried in York Township, Ontario, Canada.

A record of the Family of Fitzpatrick, in the township of York, Ontario, Canada.

Sometime in the late seventeen hundreds, William Fitzpatrick and his wife, Elizabeth Duncan, natives of County Mayo, Ireland, emigrated to the New World, travelling by sailing vessel. Journeying presumably by ox-cart, they arrived at the settlement of York and established squatters rights to a parcel of land in the then wilderness of UpperCanada, to the most of our knowledge about the year 1796.

When the Canada Lands Act was brought into force in the years 1830 to 1835 they applied for and were granted a deed by the Crown to the property known as the South Half of Lot 5, Conession 4, York Township East of Yonge St. in the year of our Lord 1834.

The recording of their descendants, as compiled by Mary Margaret Barber, a fifith generation granddaughter, who has copied dates from cemetery records, deeds and old documents, and has relied to a great extent on the remarkable memory of her aunt, Mary Elizabeth Hunter, a fourth generation granddaughter.

Inscription of Tombstone of William Fitzpatrick - died June 4, 1844 also Elizabeth, his wife aged a 111 years died January 9, 1871, Native of County Mayo, Ireland.

The winter of winters is passed,

The storms of affliction are o'er.

Their struggles are ended in death,

And sorrow and death are no more.