|Ramsbottom||1871 - 1897||The reason they moved to Hastings Co., Mayo Twp. From passed down information it is believed that they moved because of a locust (grasshopper) famine. I was trying to narrow down the window, to the time these and other families moved to Carlow or Mayo Twps. I have my grandfather Wm Peacock in the Reserve Militia in 1871 in Lanark and have him getting married in Mayo Twp in March of 1897. So if I could find out the year of the famine (if there was one) then would know about when they moved to Mayo Twp.||Blanche Colquhoun|
|Rankin||1884+||Rankin, William Henry b. 1886 buried in Hopetown Cemetery, m., Margaret Winnifred Smith b. 1906. Margaret and William (Bill) had three children: Dean, Yvonne and Donald Rankin. Margaret worked at the Lanark Hotel for many years. Margaret's father, James Smith (& Malvina) built their home on Calabogie Rd. not far from either Whites or Calabogie Lake around 1900.||Kelli Cannon|
|Ranson||1870+||Bridget d/o Henry & Julia Mullans/Mullane m. 1870 Lanark Co. to John Melville. Moved poss. Minnesota, USA. Looking for info on Bridget, her husband's family & desc. Can give some info on her parents and siblings.||Peggy Yusko||.|
|Ranson||1800 +||Henry b. IRE d. c1879? m. 1840 Perth to Julia Mullans/Mullane b. IRE. Children: David, Dennis, Cornelius, Bridget all born Perth. Looking for info on Henry and Julia pre 1840.||Peggy Yusko||.|
|Rath||early 1800's||James from Ireland to Lanark Twp area||Keith Thompson||Home Page|
|Reid||mid 1800s||J. m. Robert Duncan s/o James & Jane Purdon||Janet Gosior||.|
|Reid||c1837||James b.1812 SCT m. 1837 Dalhousie Twp. Lanark Co. to Mary Easton. Children: Mary; Alexander; Janet; Thomas; Violet; James; Mathew; John; Francis; and Ann. Wish to contact descendants to complete family history project.||Janet Gosior||.|
|Reid||mid 1800+||Janet b. 1842 d.1919 m. Robert Duncan b. 1840 d. 1904 s/o James & Jane Purdon.||Jack Donaldson||.|
|Reid||mid 1800s||Marion d/o Peter Reid & Marion Somerville m. Sept 25, 1877 to William Miller Any info would be appreciated.||Patricia Ogden||.|
|Reid||mid 1800s||Peter b. Dec 15, 1816 Paisley SCT d. Apr 17, 1899 Middleville ON m. Marion Somerville b. 1820 Middleville ON d. Jan 16, 1859. Any info would be appreciated.||Patricia Ogden||.|
|Reid||mid 1800s||T. m. Margaret Duncan d/o James & Jane Purdon||Janet Gosior||.|
|Reid||mid 1800+||Thomas b. 1845 m. Margaret Duncan b. 1851 d. 1932 d/o James & Jane Purdon||Jack Donaldson||.|
|Reid||mid 1800s||V. m. William Duncan s/o James & Jane Purdon||Janet Gosior||.|
|Reid||mid 1800+||Violet b. 1848 d. 1922 m. William Duncan b. 1846 d. 1915 s/o James & Jane Purdon||Jack Donaldson||.|
Rice/McLaren Looking for information about J. Emily Rice, daughter of William Rice and Jane Smith. Her married name was McLaren, but I have no other information about her or any descendants.
|Mary Ellen Marino|
|Richards||1860's||Margaret m. 1862 Merrickville James Garvin s/o George & Catherine||Cathy Garvin||.|
|Richards||1853+||Thomas b. 1853 Drummond Twp. s/o William and Honora O'Keefe m. Catherine McKittrick of Lanark Twp.||Arlene Stafford||.|
|Richards||Mid 1700s||Seeking ancestor/family information for William Richards (c1790-1854) believed to have been born in Wexford County, Ireland. Joined Royal Navy c1802, in 1817 was commanding a merchant vessel sailing London to Portugal. Married (c1816) Mary Richardson, d/o Dorothea Blake-Richardson (c1765-1818). Capt William & Mary Richards emigrated to Nova Scotia, Canada 1818, then moved to New Brunswick, Canada from where he sailed his own vessel the “William & Mary” in the West Indies trade until it was lost in a storm. Capt. Richards moved to Perth (Lanark County), Ontario, Canada in 1831 where he commanded a canal steamer the “Enterprise” for several years. William had at least one sister, Elizabeth who married Patrick Busher & produced a son Thomas (b. c1826). William & Mary Richards had no children.||
Ron W. Shaw
|Rigby||1883-1906||Seeking info on Rigbys as follows; Thomas, Emma, William Wilmot, Thomas Franklin, Lillian, Clyde, Hazel and John Seaward. They moved from England to Carleton Place in 1883. Thomas worked for the railway. The 1991 census shows William Wilmot Rigby as a call boy for the railway. Info on name of public schools and Anglican Church would be appreciated.||Margaret Rigby|
|Rintoul||1830+||Looking for information about the family of John Rintoul who married Hannah Stevenson, sister of Margaret (Stevenson) McFarlane. Both of these sisters were daughters of Alexander Stevenson born 1805 Scotland and Jane Smith born 1805 Scotland and who settled at Union Hall (Lanark County), Ontario.||Don Cooper|
|Ritchie||1820-1821+||Daniel||Dorothy L. Miller||.|
I am still looking for info on Christmas Rivett prior to his death - in particular - his parents who I assume accompanied Christmas to Canada - also looking for any info on his brother, William and two sisters, Mrs. Broom of Cobden and Mrs. McEwen of North Gower...
|Robertson||1811-1989||John b. 1811 SCT m. Margaret Rodger ; 11 children lived: 8th conc. Lanark twp., Lanark Co.||Joan Troemner||.|
|Robertson||1821-present||John settled W-1/2, Lot 15, Con. 1, Ramsay Township in 1821||Tina Gemmell||Home page|
|Robertson||1872 +||Thomas 1872-1945 & wife Minnie Barber 1875-1926. Children: Boyd, Jeanette, Elmer. Looking for descendants. Lived Lanark.||Virginia Green||.|
|Robertson||1800 +||I'm trying to trace my family roots on my
mothers side. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Robertson. She was
born in Carleton Place May 2, 1924. Her
mother was Olive McNaughton (1895 - 1930). Her father was Bertrand
Robertson (1891 - 1955). Her grandparents where Roger Robertson (1860 - 1949) & Elizabeth McLenaghen (1868-1941) and Duncan McNaughton & Margeret (?)
This is all the information I have.
|Robertson||1894 +||Dr. William James Scott and Jennie E. Robertson. Children: Ronald McLaren; William Arthur and George Robertson Scott. Seeking info on this family.||Peggy Winston||Web-Site|
ROBERT ROBERTSON B. 1811? Arrived Lanark County circa 1820, possibly aboard the Commerce. Married ELIZABETH GEMMELL. Children married McLaren, Drysdale, Craig, Young, Stark, Tranter, Misener.
|Robertson||Early 1800's||Seeking descendents of Donald Robertson (1828/30-c.1896) and Janet Shaw (1840-1919), m. 1878, both of Drummond.||Ron W. Shaw|
Christine Robertson Lochead b 1866 married Hugh Hamill 1891 in Perth , Lanark County .
In my info I have Christine as the sister of Agnes Robertson and d/o John Robertson but Christine's marriage reg. has her mother as Agnes Robertson and father as Robert Lochead . Christine married Hugh Hamill and went to North Bay
|Robinson||1859+||Catherine b. April 24, 1859, Perth, Lanark, ON d. March 20, 1942 d/o Thomas & Margaret. Left Ontario late 1800's - early 1900's for St. Paul Minnesota. Children: Lillian & Susan. Widowed. Looking for information or relatives.||vonniesher||.|
|Robinson||1820-Present||Susannah bc 1819 m. c1840 Thomas Strong (1814-1875) b.IRE. Lived South Sherbrooke Twp.. Any information welcome.||Geoff Clarke||.|
|Roche||1800-1850||Michael Roche b. 1821 near Rideau Lakes, Ont. Looking for his birth country. Was the youngest of 14. Father William Roche. Mother Margaret Dunn. His wife was Margaret Fitzgerald. Her parents were Gerald Fitzgerald and Mary Green. Gerald was an officer in the English army transferred to Canada in 1829. Michael immigrated to Wisconsin in the late 1840s.||Robert Kelsch||.|
|Rodger||1811-1989||Margaret m. John Robertson b. 1811 SCT; 11 children lived: 8th conc. Lanark twp., Lanark Co.||Joan Troemner||.|
|Rodgers||1840+||Can anyone link Jesse Rodgers and Charlotte
England who are found in the
1851 and 1861 census of Bathurst Township to David Rogers, husband of Mary Kirkham who is listed in the 1881 census. The latter couple is buried in
Brooke Methodist Cemetery
From the census I believe I can confirm that Jesse (1807) and Charlotte (1806) were from England, and had sons David (1838), William (1849), John (1841) and daughters Eliza (1836), Sarah Anne (1844) and Hannah (1847)
I have found marriage records that link a William, Eliza, Sarah Anne, Hannah
and John to Jesse and Charlotte. If anyone can provide information that
links David to these as sibling or to the parents, I am than able to link this family to a small town in England and back to the year 1743.
Also if anyone knows of other England family in the area from 1840-1890?
Any information on Charlotte and Jesse would also be appreciated.
|Rowat||1800s||Looking for info on Rowat's that lived in Lanark Co. in the 1800's particularly the children of John and Margaret Drysdale. I believe they lived in the Burgess area.||Mel Rowat||.|
|Ruckle||1820+||Sarah m. David Lowe b. c1796 IRE. Lived in Pakenham Twp.||Fay Bennett||.|
|Ruddy||1800 - 1850||
in Pakenham area, Patrick James Ruddy married to Margaret Smith
other names in tree:
Cannon, Doyle, English, Lindsay, McCrea, McDonough, McWatty,
Moran, Moynihan, Ryan, Stanton,
|Russell||1842||Perth Area||Karen McKinnon||.|
|Rutherford||pre 1885||Mary b. 25 Dec. 1805 ENG d. 14 Sept. 1885 Smiths Falls ON Maplevale cemetery? w/o Archibald Brown. They had nine (9) children.||Jean Cummins||.|
|Rutherford||.||John m. Bella Marion Nicols d/o Thomas & Janet||Brenda Peterson||.|
|Rutherford||1830+||David Mann born Scotland 1826 -1828?
and married Grace McLellan in 1850 in Ontario. They had 8
children born in Lanark. (James, John b1852 d1853, Jane, John ,
Robert, Alexander, Emma and David). Robert Mann (1857-1939), my
great grandfather, was born in Lanark Co and married Maria Rutherford
(1864-1950). Any info on this family would be appreciated.
|Ryan||c1836||Seeking info on Mary & Daniel Gorman parents of Daniel Gorman m. Sarah "Sally" Murphy 8 Jan 1836 Perth, Lanark Co. They resided in Pakenham. A land deed stated he came to Canada with his family, (but maybe not his parents).||June Raymond Gorman||.|
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