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FLETCHER, FOLEY, FOLLICK, FOLTZ, FOSTER, FREEL, FRITCH, GARNER, GARVIE, GAUTHIER, GILMORE, GLYNN, GOODENOUGH, GRANT, GRISDALE, GURVINE, HALLIGAN, HAMILTON, HAND, HANEY, HARDEY, HARRIS, HARRISON, HAUN, HAVENS, HEALEY, HEDDEN, HEWSON, HILES, HISCOTT, HODGKINSON, HOLDITCH, HOFFMAN/HUFFMAN, HOOVER, HORNING, HOUSE, HULL, HUSBAND, JOHNSON, JONES,
Fletcher -- My Family helped pioneer Binbrook , Ontario. There is a road named Fletcher Rd. in Binbrook. David Alexander Fletcher 2nd was born in Binbrook, August 5, 1844. Married Rebecca A. Stewart. Died June 7, 1921
Submitted by: David Alexander Fletcher
Submitted by : Gregory
Submitted by : Elizabeth Dubec
Foltz -- My grandfather was born April 15 1900 in Bufflo NY, his birth record indicates that his Mother was a Ida Mvkelvey born in St. Catharines, Lincoln County. She was 27 when he was born. His father is listed as a James Warner born in New York but living in Washington. I am trying to obtain any information on either parents. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Laine
Submitted by : Laine
FOSTER -- Looking for the family of Mary Foster, married to David MILLARD, their son Isaiah Karlie Millard born in Sussex County, New Jersey, in 1802. I believe David is part of the Isiah Millard family that lived in Stamford between 1784 and the 1790's and am hoping to locate Mary's family in the same place and time. Any info on Niagara area Fosters appreciated.
Submitted by : Joanne Millard
Submitted by Bonnie J. Petee
Fritch --I am looking for any info on Florance Ella Fritch and her parents and related family. Florance married James Walke rWilliams probably around 1908. She died March 22, 1919 of TB. She had 1 daughter (my grandmother)named Doroth yCatherine Williams. James Williams remarried 2 more times before his death in Sept 1959. If anyone has any information on either of these two please contact me.
Submitted by: Marianne Wakileh
GARNER -- Henry Nathan GARNER married to Narcissa RICE in the mid-1800s. Their children: Hugh Palma GARNER married Clara COE; Cora Bell GARNER married Albert KINNER; Else Lyssete GARNER also married Albert KINNER; Velma Lucretta GARNER; Perry Genevieve GARNER married Victor POWERS; Tasa Narcissa GARNER; Mary Frances GARNER married Virgil I. HIXSON
Submitted by : Ray Rogers
GARNER -- Luke GARNER & his wife Ann HARKER came
to St Catherines about 1854 from England. They had 8 children. Father
& sons followed the Ship Carpenter trade. Would like to exchange info.
Submitted by : JoEllen Langwell
Submitted by : Frances
Gauthier -- looking for information on Phineas Smith b. 1783 and married to Lydia Edwards in 1807. Lydia Edwards was the daughter of Mehetible Swayze and Peter Hopkins. Phineas and Lydia lived in Thorold Township near Beaverdams.
Submitted by : Wendy
Gilmore -- James GILMORE b Co Down, IRL 1812?; resided in Ontario by 1834; died 26 May 1886 Wainfleet (buried in Willsons Cemetery); 1m Elizabeth MUIR b 1813 Scotland d 28 Dec 1844 (also buried in Willsons Cem); 2m Mary GATES d 8 Sept 1904. Children of James & Elizabeth (my line: William, Samuel, David, John, Jane, James, and Robert. Children of James and Mary: Jane, James, Elizabeth, George, Wealthy, Esther, Mina (Minnie) and Joseph.
Submitted by: Debbie Bailey
Submitted by : Mike Glynn
GOODENOUGH -- I am looking for the burial places of Calvin Goodenough - died circa mid 1800's and that of his wife Mary Catharine Wintermute probably same time frame. Mary Catharine was the daughter of Abraham Wintermute, grandaughter of George Phillip Wintermute,
Submitted by : Donna Fratesi
Grant -- Grants of Abingdon
concession 5 lot 11 about 1889 James Grant and wife Mary Ann Mulliush
Submitted by : Bill jensen
Grisdale -- Gideon GRISDALE, resident of Port Robinson, Ontario involved in shipbuilding and tugboats on Welland Canal. Looking for any information regarding the GRISDALE family. All information greatly appreciated and acknowledged.
Submitted by : Penny Minter
Gurvine -- My 3rd gtgrandfather, John Gurvine and wife Elizabeth Nolan lived in Niagara-on-the-Lake 1856-1900. I have found burial and marriage records at St Vincent Catholic church. They had 6 children; most moved to US. Will share information.
Submitted by : R Jeffrey
Submitted by: George Burtoft
Hamilton -- Seeking information on Dr Joseph Hamilton. Family lore says he was instrumental in fighting an epidemic in Ontario, and a grateful people named the city of Hamilton for him. (I have not disillusioned my mother-in -law by mentioning that the facts don't bear this out). Also seeking info on his daughter, Mary Hamilton, born 3/15/1835, Niagara, married Clement Alexander Cazalet, died in London, England, 2/16/1930. Her mother was Anna Margaret Glyn, daughter of Sir Joseph Glyn "The 2nd baronet" (I again quote my mother-in-law's papers, all anecdotal) Thank you
Submitted by : Catherine Huntress-Reeve
Submitted by : Judith Verge
Haney -- Looking for descendants and ancestors of Isaac Haney who settled in Pelham-Fenwick-Thorold area approx. 1788. Isaac was said to come from NJ. He and Mary Drake had at least five sons, Matthew, Isaac Jr., Rev. Leonard (from whom I descend), James and Ebenezer (and possibly John).
Submitted by : William Haney
Submitted by : Audrey Viken
Submitted by : Sally
Haun -- Searching for info on Mathias Haun born@1800 married to Annie. They had children,one of which is Elizabeth Haun, born 24 Nov 1854. Confused over many references to the name Mathias Haun, it seems to be a family name. Asking help from anyone researching this line and having a family tree.
Submitted by: Pat Knickerbocker
Havens -- I am doing research on George HAVENS and his wife Elizabeth (RICE)HAVENS Family living in Grantham twp in the early 1780's they were married 1798, especially Lucinda HAVENS b.1812 that married Oliver FISH b.1807. I Would like to know Who Elizabeth's (RICE)parents are and also need to know Oliver FISH'S parents. Any help would be appreciated, I am willing to exchange information.
Submitted by: Janice J Miller
Submitted by: S. Salmans
Healey -- Looking for marriage of Edward Healey and Esther ?, supposedly Dec. 1870. Have checked Marriage Records of Ontario, 1869-73 and no luck, but I know they aren't complete. Probably married in St. Catharines/Thorold. Probably Anglican. Are there any church records in existence that I could check?
Submitted by : Jennifer MacLeod
Submitted by : Christina Jones
Submitted by : Ken Newcombe
Hiles -- George Hiles. I know he lived in the Sherkston area and married Anne Ecker (who was born in 1869 and died on August 31, 1893). He died on December 17, 1922 in Welland. He was related in some way to Clancy Hiles who owned a tourist camp outside Dunnville.
Submitted by: Janice
Hiscott -- My gg grandfather, Joel HISCOTT,(1810-1900), with his brother John, came from the Somerset/Wiltshire area of England in 1829 to join their brothers, Richard & James who were living in Niagara. Joel HISCOTT married Eliza DRUCE, who was born in Wiltshire & lived in Niagara. They moved to Lambton County, Ont. Their son George HISCOTT, married Eliza Ann SILVER from Lennox-Addington County near Napanee & moved to Smithville, Ont. I am trying to find the town or area where the family lived in England & any other information about the family.
Submitted by : Shirley
Submitted by : Philip Hodgkinson
Holditch -- The Holdich Family
History Society (England) is conducting a One Name Study of the Holdich/Holditch
name. A James Holditch born Devon England 1776 was attacked and robbed
on board the "Sir Robert Peel" in 1838, which was burned at
Wells Is. on a voyage from Prescott to Niagara. James died 28 April 1841
at Port Robinson. I would like to know whether his is the OCFA burial
at a cemetery called Beaverdams & Smith at Thorold. He and his wife
Mary nee Elliott had several chn. A son William of Sydenham married 5
Sep 1846 at Barriefield to Mary Ann Johnston dau of the late John Johnston,
Fort Adjutant of Garrison at Isle au Noix. The youngest dau Elizabeth
married 6 Sep 1848 to A. Bronson of Thorold. There are refs to Holditch
at Stamford, Thorold & Bertie. The name also appears in the Diaries
of Melvin Byron Misener.
Submitted by: Deborah Taylor
Submitted by : Maurianne Webster
Submitted by : E.Keith Adams
Submitted by : Doreen Howse
Submitted by : Kandi Stark Reeder
Huffman/Hoffman -- I am researching Peter Huffman/Hoffman from Bertie Twp., Welland Co., Ontario. He was born about 1835 in Bertie Twp., Welland Co. He married Susan Jane Anger on Nov. 6, 1855 in Fort Erie, Welland Co., Ontario. Susan Jane was the daughter of John and Susannah Anger. Susan was born about 1836 in Bertie Twp., Welland Co. Peter and Susan had the following children that I know of: Franklin Edgar (Francis) born Mar. 29, 1856 in Stevensville, Welland Co., Ontario. A daughter that was married to J.C. Bleiler Herbert born about 1857 in Ontario. David born about 1859 in Ontario.
Submitted by: Cathy Benedict
Submitted by: Liz ?
Husband -- Husband: Seeking information on all related to James Husband & wife Hannah Howee, m. in Pelham 1827 and living there through at least 1851; George Husband in Pelham from 1833-5 until his death in 1846--left wife Susan/Mary and 5 or 6 children who later scattered to Halton/Haldimand and beyond. Both James & George born in Ireland. Affiliated surnames include: Barlow, Howey/Howie, Garbutt, Simpson, Hendershot, Akins/Eakins, Fewster, and other Husbands.
Submitted by : Lynne Uhler
Johnson -- William Johnson from
St Catharines was the second vice-president for the Johnson reunion of
1936. The reunion was to have been held at Victoria Park, Niagara on August
Submitted by : Glen Johnson
Submitted by : Philip Hodgkinson
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