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Silliker, Joseph
B: 11 Mar 1811, Bedeque, PEI
D: Knutsford, PEI
M: 11 Dec 1835, Elizabeth Woodside of PEI, dau of Andrew Woodside and mary Murchland. Elizabeth was b. Jan 1816, Clinton, PEI d. 25 Apr 1879 in Knutsford, PEI. Elizabeth Woodside buried: 1879, Springfield United Baptist Cemetary, Stone 127, PEI

FN: Unknown Silliker
MN: Unknown

From: "An Island Refuge" -
John and his brother, Joseph, were the survivors of the vessel "Union" which was wrecked off of Halifax. Their first cousin, Jacob, was master of the vessel."

John and Joseph moved to the western part of the Island from Bedeque and settled in Knutsford about 1855. Captain John and Ellen obtained a block of about 600 acres of land between the O'Leary Road and Boulter Road. The house and barn still stand. The first house was built with split shingles and wooden pegs to hold the rafters together. The family traveled seven miles to West Cape School in an ox cart. The Sillikers donated land and lumber for the Methodist Church in Knutsford, and also for the first school. Captain John and Ellen Silliker had a large family, six sons and five or six daughters.

Children of Joseph Silliker and Elizabeth Woodside:

David Silliker
B: 11 Nov 1851, O'Leary, PEI
D: 1909, Lot 7, PEI

Anne Silliker
B: Abt 1838, O'Leary, PEI

Elizabeth Sillier
B: 23 Apr 1857, O'Leary, PEI

Sophia Silliker
B: Abt 1859, O'Leary, PEI