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CADDEN, John | listed as a general merchant in Sydenham (Burford Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 406
CAGHILL, Donald | listed as a shoemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CAISTER, Caleb | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "second best [grade] yoke of oxen", "best firkin of butter" | Shenston (1852), pp. 167, 168
CAISTOR, C. | a director for East Zorra Township Agricultural Society, date unknown | Shenston (1852), page 166
CAISTOR, Caleb | board member for the Woodstock and Huron Road Company, Aug. 1849 to at least Jan. 1852; president for the Woodstock and Huron Road Company, Jan. 1852-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 122, 123
CAITEN, Richard | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 50 acres uncultivated, and with one horse and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
CAMERON, Mr. | appointed as a committee member to raise money toward the construction of a grammar school in Woodstock, 1841 | Shenston (1852), page 118
CAMERON, A. | a Lieutenant in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CAMERON, Capt. | of Nissouri, seconded nomination of John G. Vansittart during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for fourth Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Dec. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 97
CAMERON, Sarah | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated | Shenston (1852), page 201
CAMERON, Robert | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated, and with 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 201
CAMERON, Robert | a Captain in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CAMERON, Robert | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
CAMREON [CAMERON?], Robert | a Captain in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
CAMERON, Robert | a director for Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
CAMFIELD, Sam. | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 585 acres uncultivated, 15 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
CAMPBELL, Angus | entry won "fourth best milch cow" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 100
CAMPBELL, H. | listed in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CAMPBELL, Homer | listed as a cabinetmaker on King street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
CAMPBELL, Homer | listed as a mechanic in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CAMPBELL, Jabez | a Captain in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), Jan. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
CAMPBELL, James | a committee member of County of Oxford Horticultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 103
CAMPBELL, John | purchased Conc. 11, Lot 2 East Nissouri Township, July 1834 | Shenston (1852), page 201
CAMPBELL, R.H. | District Councillor for East Zorra Township, District of Brock, 1846-1848 ; a township councillor for East Zorra Township, 1850-1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 70, 71, 73, 171
CAMPBELL, R.H. | secretary and treasurer for the Ingersoll and Port Burwell Plank and Gravel Road Company, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 131
CAMPBELL, Robert | a Lieutenant in Third Regiment, Oxford Militia (Zorra Township), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CAMPBELL, Robert | secretary/treasurer of the Agricultural Society for the County of Oxford, 1840 | Shenston (1852), page 98
CAMPBELL, Robert | a Lieutenant in Third Battalion, Oxford Militia (Zorra East and West), May 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
CAMPBELL, Robert | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instructionís second year, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
CAMPBELL, William | an Ensign in Third Regiment, Oxford Militia (Zorra Township), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CAMREON [CAMERON?], Robert | a Captain in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
CANADA, John | a township councillor for East Oxford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 155
CANAGIE, John | clerk for North Oxford Township, 1848 and 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 163
CANFIELD, ____ | settled in West Oxford Township, 1794 | Shenston (1852), page 145
CANFIELD, Abraham | listed as the earliest settler in East Oxford Township, 1793 or 1794 | Shenston (1852), page 152
CANFIELD, Abraham | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 580 acres uncultivated, 20 acres cultivated and with 2 horses, 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
CANFIELD, Abraham | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at broken front, Lot 10 with 180 acres uncultivated and 20 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CANFIELD, C. | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CANFIELD, D. | listed as J.P. and clerk D.C. in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CANFIELD, David | clerk for West Oxford Township, 1840-1844 & 1846 ; a township councillor for West Oxford Township, 1850-1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 150, 151
CANFIELD, David | a Captain in Fifth Battalion, Oxford Militia (North and West Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CANFIELD, David | Clerk for County of Oxford Division Court No. 5 (Village of Ingersoll, Dereham Township, portions of North Oxford and West Oxford Twps.), 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 112
CANFIELD, Joel | collector for East Oxford Township, 1844 ; clerk for East Oxford Township, 1845 | Shenston (1852), page 157
CANFIELD, Samuel | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 18 with 190 acres uncultivated and 50 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CANNON, John | a Lieutenant in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CARBON, Date | listed as a surgeon in Beachville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 23
CARDEN, G.W. | board member for the Woodstock and Norwich Road Company, June 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
CARDER, G.W. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
CARDER, G.W. | listed as a general merchant in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
CARDER, J.W. | listed as a Justice of the Peace in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
CARDHOOKS, Thomas | listed as a general merchant in Sydenham (Burford Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 406
CARMAN, William | listed as a cabinet-maker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CARNABY, J.H. | listed as an attorney at law, clerk of division court, and agent for the National Loan Fund Life, and Equitable Fire Assurance Companies in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
CARNABY, J.H. | Clerk for County of Oxford Division Court No. 4 (Norwichville, Norwich Township), 1852-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 112, 182
CARNAGE, John | listed as a farmer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CARNIGIE, John | yeoman, listed in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CARNIGIE, William | yeoman, listed in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CARNOBY, Jacab H. | of Norwichville, agent for County of Oxford Building Society, Oct. 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
CARROL, James | Lieutenant Colonel in Second Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blandford and East Oxford), May 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
CARROLL, A. | an Ensign in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CARROLL, Abm. | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 95 acres uncultivated, 5 acres cultivated and with one horse and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
CARROLL, Abraham | a Lieutenant in Fifth Battalion, Oxford Militia (North and West Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CARROLL, D. | listed as a miller in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CARROLL, Daniel | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 30 acres uncultivated, 15 acres cultivated and with one horse as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
CARROLL, Daniel | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at broken front, Lot 19 with 60 acres uncultivated and 40 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CARROLL, Daniel | a District Councillor for West Oxford Township, District of Brock, 1842 | Shenston (1852), page 65
CARROLL, Henry | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 100 acres uncultivated, 30 acres cultivated and with 2 horses and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
CARROLL, Henry | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1817 | Shenston (1852), page 141
CARROLL, Henry | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at broken front, Lot 12 with 115 acres uncultivated and 60 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CARROLL, Henry | a Captain in Oxford Militia, 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 105
CARROLL, Henry | a trustee for a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
CARROLL, Henry | of West Oxford, the location for County of Oxford M.P.P. election for tenth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), July 1828 | Shenston (1852), page 93
CARROLL, Henry | a Captain in Oxford Militia during 1829, in command of 58 men from East and West Oxford | Shenston (1852), page 106
CARROLL, Henry | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1829 to at least July 1833 | Shenston (1852), page 87
CARROLL, Henry | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
CARROLL, Isaac | clerk for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1815 to 1827 | Shenston (1852), page 141
CARROLL, Isaac | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at broken front, Lot 12 with 65 acres uncultivated and 60 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CARROLL, Jacob | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 40 acres uncultivated, 10 acres cultivated and with one horse, and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
CARROLL, Jacob | listed in an 1825 assessment roll for West Oxford Township (as a "person then resident in" what eventually became North Oxford Township) at Conc. 1, Lot 24 with 10 acres uncultivated, 40 acres cultivated and with 2 horses, 2 oxen, 3 cows, and 2 young cattle as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 159
CARROLL, James | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 80 acres uncultivated, 20 acres cultivated and with 3 horses and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
CARROLL, James | clerk for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1819 to 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 141
CARROLL, James | a Captain in Oxford Militia, 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 105
CARROLL, James | listed in an 1825 assessment roll for West Oxford Township (as a "person then resident in" what eventually became North Oxford Township) at Conc. 1, Lots 21 and 23 with 180 acres uncultivated, 70 acres cultivated and with 4 horses, 4 oxen, 7 cows, and 5 young cattle as livestock - was living in a squared log house | Shenston (1852), page 159
CARROLL, James | a Captain in Oxford Militia during 1829, in command of 33 men from West Oxford | Shenston (1852), page 106
CARROLL, James | Major in First Regiment, Oxford Militia (Norwich & Dereham), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 106
CARROLL, James | listed as sheriff of the county in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), pp. 470, 471
CARROLL, James | Returning officer during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for fourth Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Dec. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 97
CARROLL, J.G. | listed as a barrister at law in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CARROLL, John | land agent for County of Oxford, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 32
CARROLL, John | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 150 acres uncultivated, 50 acres cultivated and with 3 horses, 2 oxen and 7 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
CARROLL, John | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1835 to at least Dec. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 87
CARROLL, John | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
CARROLL, John G. | a Captain in First Battalion, Oxford Militia (Norwich), June 1848 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
CARROLL, John G. | Adjutant in First Battalion, Oxford Militia (Norwich), June 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 108
CARROLL, Lavina | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 147
CARROLL, Patrick | listed as a farmer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CARROLL, Peter | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, July 1833 to at least June 1835 | Shenston (1852), page 87
CARROLL (CORROLL), Peter | partially surveyed the present site of Woodstock, 1834 ; surveyed a portion of Blandford Township, 1834 ; surveyed the "gore" of Oxford County, 1835 | Shenston (1852), pp. 115, 179, 188
CARROLL, Peter | appointed as a building committee member during events leading to construction of a Court House in Woodstock, 1837 | Shenston (1852), page 117
CARROLL, Peter | Captain in Calvary, Oxford Militia, 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CARROLL, Peter | an M.P.P. candidate for County of Oxford during thirteenth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1838 election ; M.P.P. candidate for County of Oxford during first Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Mar. 1841 ; a surveyor residing in West Oxford during early 1840s ; of West Oxford, seconded nomination for Thomas Parke during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for second Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Oct. 1844 | Shenston (1852), pp. 94, 95
CARROLL, Peter | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
CARROLL, Peter | of Hamilton, M.P.P. candidate for County of Oxford during third Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Dec. 1848 election | Shenston (1852), pp. 94, 95, 96
CARROLL, R.H. | listed as a hotelkeeper and dealer in wheat and grain of all kinds on King street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
CARROLL, R.H. | yeoman, listed in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CARROLL, William | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 88 acres uncultivated, 12 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
CARROLL, William | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at broken front, Lot 5 with 110 acres uncultivated and 40 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CARROLL, William | a District Councillor for Norwich Township, District of Brock, 1843-1849 ; Warden for District of Brock, 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 114
CARROLL, W.L. | Lieutenant in Calvary, Oxford Militia, 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CARRYER, C.C. | listed as a saddler, harness and trunkmaker, and importer of British and American saddlery in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CARRYER, Charles C. | listed as a saddler in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CARRYERS, C.C. | occupied a brick house owned by T.S. Shenston, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 112
CATROLL, John | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1813 | Shenston (1852), page 141
CAWLEY, Samuel | won "first best European boys" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 102
CAWLEY, Samuel | entry won "first best European boys" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 102
CAZLETT, George | an Ensign in Second Regiment, Oxford Militia (Blenheim, Blandford and Woodstock), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 106
CERREY, Mrs. | listed as an accoucheur in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CHADWICK, C.E. | a District Councillor for Dereham Township, District of Brock, 1846-1848 ; Township Superintendent (of schools) for Dereham Township, 1850-1851 ; an enumerator for Dereham Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), pp. 33, 70, 71, 73, 81
CHADWICK, C.E. | president of Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1847-1848 ; vice-president of Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
CHADWICK, C.E. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
CHADWICK, C.E. | Trustee for County of Oxford Grammar Schools & member on Board of Public Instruction, Nov. 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
CHADWICK, Charles E. | Major in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CHADWICK, Charles E. | clerk and treasurer for Dereham Township, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 139, 140
CHAMBERS, George | a Captain in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CHAMBERS, George | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
CHAMBERS, George | Major in Fifth Battalion, Oxford Militia (North and West Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CHAMBERS, H. | a Captain in Second Regiment, Oxford Militia (Blenheim, Blandford and Woodstock), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 106
CHAMBERS, Hugh | Adjutant in Second Regiment, Oxford Militia (Blenheim, Blandford and Woodstock), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 106
CHAMBERS, Richard | an Ensign in Fifth Battalion, Oxford Militia (North and West Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CHAMBERS, Robert | listed as a bailiff in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CHAMBERS, William | an assessor for East Oxford Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 156
CHAMBERS, William | board member for the Woodstock and Norwich Road Company, June 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
CHAMBERS, William | a management committee member for East Oxford Township Farmerís Association from July 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 153
CHAMBERS, William | entry won "best two year old filley - second class" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CHAPMAN, Rev. J.F. | listed as a Methodist minister in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
CHAPMAN, J.M. | secretary and treasurer for the Ingersoll and Port Burwell Plank and Gravel Road Company, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 131
CHAPMAN, J.M. | listed as a druggist in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CHAPMAN, John M. | secretary of Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
CHARLES, Gordon | listed as revenue inspector in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 470
CHARLES, Jordan | listed as a revenue inspector in Beachville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 23
CHARLESWORTH, S. | listed as a merchant in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CHARLESWORTH, Samuel | listed as operator of a general store in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CHASE, Henry | occupied a portion of Lot 21, Conc. 1 East Oxford Township sometime between 1817 and 1819 | Shenston (1852), page 117
CHASE, Henry | resided on the south side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
CHEER, Thomas | donated funds toward the construction of Goodwinís School House in Woodstock, c.1839 | Shenston (1852), page 120
CHISHOLM, Hugh | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 200 acres uncultivated | Shenston (1852), page 165
CHOAT, Jacob | a Lieutenant in Second Regiment, Oxford Militia (Blenheim, Blandford and Woodstock), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 106
CHOAT, Jacob | a director for Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
CHOATE, Jacob | of West Oxford Township, placed an advertisement in The Guardian (Niagara) regarding a runaway indentured apprentice named Elijah James, Sep. 1811 | Shenston (1852), page 146
CHOATES, Jacob | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 194 acres uncultivated, 6 acres cultivated and with 2 oxen as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
CHOATES, Mathew | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 37 acres uncultivated, 9 acres cultivated and with one horse as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
CHOTT, Jacob | an assessor for West Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 150
CHURCHILL, George | listed as a shoemaker in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
CLARE, H.W. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Aug. 1842-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
CLARK, Aaron | a Captain in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), Aug. 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
CLARK, Alexander | a township councillor for West Zorra Township, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 176, 177
CLARK, Benjamin | entry won "second best brood mare and foal" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CLARK, John | entry won "best fall wheat" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 101
CLARK, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850: "second best yoke of three year old steers", "second best white flannel" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 102
CLARK, John | entry won "best spring wheat" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 101
CLARK, John | listed as a merchant in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CLARK, Joseph | a brickmaker from East Oxford Township, made the bricks used in the construction of the first such house in Woodstock, 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 120
CLARK, Robert | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 182 acres uncultivated, 18 acres cultivated and with 2 horses, 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
CLARK, Robert | erected a three-storey, fire-proof house in Woodstock during 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 120
CLARK, Thomas | collector for East Zorra Township, 1846 | Shenston (1852), page 172
CLARK, Thomas | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "best ram for fleece", "second best barley", "second best fulled cloth" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 101, 102
CLARK, Thomas | listed as a town assessor in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CLARK, Thomas | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "best ram for carcass", "second best boar", "four best pigs this year" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 101
CLARK, Thomas J. | assessor for Blandford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), pp. 191, 193
CLARK, William | purchased the following Lots in Woodstock: No. 1 Vansittart street, and No. 1 Delatre street, May 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 115
CLARK, William | collector for Blandford Township, 1840, and 1842-1849 | Shenston (1852), page 193
CLARKE, James | listed as a cabinet-maker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CLARKE, Robert | operated a general store in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CLARKE, Robert | listed as a merchant in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CLARKE, Thomas | entry won "second best boar" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 101
CLARKE, William | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
CLARKE, William | entry won "second best bull" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CLARKE, William | entry won "second best bull" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CLASON, William | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 250 acres uncultivated and with one horse as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
CLEMENTS, W.R. | listed as a baker and confectioner in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
COBB, William | listed as a tailor in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
COCKERELL, Richard | M.P.P. candidate for Counties of Oxford, Middlesex and Norfolk during third Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1800 election | Shenston (1852), page 91
CODY, C.G. | an enumerator for Dereham Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), page 33
CODY, Charles C. | an Ensign in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
CODY, Charles G. | clerk for Dereham Township, 1845 and 1846 ; assessor and collector for Dereham Township, 1847-1850 ; an assessor for Dereham Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 139, 140
COGHILL, John | listed as a collector, etc. in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
COGSWELL, F.F. | assessor for East Nissouri Township, 1851 to at least 1852 ; enumerator for East Nissouri Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), pp. 33, 204, 205, 206
COLBOURN, Allen | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 100 acres uncultivated and with 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
COLBURN, Phineas | listed in an assessment roll for Dereham Township at concession 1, lot ? with 2 oxen as livestock, c.1825 | Shenston (1852), page 136
COLEMAN, George | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 100 acres uncultivated, and with 2 oxen as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
COLEMAN, George | resided on the south side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
COLLINS, Jerome | an Ensign in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
COLLINS, Patrick | a township councillor for East Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 156
COLLINS, W. | listed as a cabinetmaker in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
COLLINS, William | listed as a chair maker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
COLSON, George | listed as a miller in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
COMSTOCK, Daniel | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated, and with 2 oxen as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
COMSTOCK, H.P. | yeoman, listed in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CONDFIELD, Daniel | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
CONFIELD | "the old Confield place, East Oxford" was the location for County of Oxford M.P.P. election for eighth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), July 1820 | Shenston (1852), page 93
CONFIELD, Capt. | of "Oxford", mentioned with regard to road improvements, 1810, 1811 and 1812 | Shenston (1852), page 85
CONFIELD, David | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
CONFIELD, Joel | entry won "second best two year old gelding" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CONFIELD, Joel | entry won "second best three year old gelding" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CONFIELD, Joel | entry won "best bull" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CONFIELD, Joel | entry won "best two year old gelding" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 99
CONFIELD, Samuel | granted broken front, Lot 29 West Oxford Township, Dec. 1798 | Shenston (1852), page 145
CONFIELD, Samuel (junior) | granted Conc. 1, Lot 29 West Oxford Township, Dec. 1798 | Shenston (1852), page 145
CONISON, Robert | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 2, Lot 16 with 70 acres uncultivated and 30 acres cultivated [NOTE: this individual was not listed in an 1816 assessment covering the same area] [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CONLAN, C. | listed as a tanner in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
CONNONGHT, Charles | listed as a bootmaker in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CONSTABLE, Mary A. | listed as a dressmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
COOK, Daniel | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 100 uncultivated and with one oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
COOK, E. | postmaster for Norwichville Post Office, 1833 | Shenston (1852), page 182
COOK, Dr. E. | Township Superintendent (of schools) for Norwich Township, 1844-1846 | Shenston (1852), page 80
COOK, Dr. E. | listed as a physician and surgeon in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
COOK, Ebenezer | settled in West Oxford Township, 1794 | Shenston (1852), page 145
COOK, Ebenezer | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 40 acres uncultivated, 60 acres cultivated and with 2 horses, 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
COOK, Ebenezer | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 2, Lot 19 with 130 acres uncultivated and 50 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
COOK, E.L. | listed as an agent for marriage licenses in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
COOK, Ephraim | town clerk for Norwich Township, 1842-1844 | Shenston (1852), page 187
COOK, Ephraim | Coroner for District of Brock, Oct. 1848-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
COOK, Isaac | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "best potatoes", "best carrots" | Shenston (1852), page 168
COOK, Munson | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at broken front, Lot 5 with 59 acres uncultivated and 8 acres cultivated [NOTE: this individual was not listed in an 1816 assessment covering the same area] [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
COOK, Samuel | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 100 acres uncultivated and with 2 oxen and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
COOK, Stephen | a management committee member for East Oxford Township Farmerís Association from July 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 153
COOK, Stephen | a township councillor for East Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 156
COOK, William | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 48 acres uncultivated, 12 acres cultivated and with 4 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
COOLY, ___ | of Burford, mentioned with regard to road improvements, 1811 and 1812 | Shenston (1852), page 85
COOTE, Charles | listed as a livery stable keeper in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
COOTTS, Charles | listed as a livery stable keeper in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
COPP, Thomas | listed as a shoemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CORMIER, Joseph | listed as a shoemaker in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CORNELL, H.J. | operated a general store in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
CORNELL, J.H. | a District Councillor for Norwich Township, District of Brock, 1847-1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 71, 72, 74
CORNELL, J.H. & S.P. | listed as general merchants in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
CORNELL, Jesse | an assessor for Norwich Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 186
CORNELL, John | an Ensign in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CORNELL, John | listed as a postmaster in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
CORNISH, Gideon | listed as a blacksmith in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
CORNWALL, Samuel | born in Dutchess County, New York ; settled (or at least commenced improvements to) a 200 acre property in Norwich Township, 1811 ; lived with his wife and 9 children by 1817 ; no acres in crop in 1811 - 16 acres (1812), 20 acres (1813), 22 acres (1814), 23 acres (1815), 25 acres (1817) ; had one horse, 2 cows and 2 oxen in 1811 ; had 2 horses, 4 cows, 4 oxen and 25 sheep in 1817 ; 55 acres total cultivated in 1817 ; harvested 200 bushels of wheat, 220 bushels of "corn, oats and peas", 300 bushels of potatoes during 1817 | Shenston (1852), page 181
CORROLL (CARROLL), Peter | surveyed the "gore" of Oxford County, 1835 | Shenston (1852), page 179
CORY, John | an Ensign in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
COTTEL, Mr. | and Mr. Vansittart, erected and operated a saw mill at Conc. 1, Lot 9 East Oxford Township - still in operation during 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 153
COTTELL (COTTLE), Thomas J. | president of County of Oxford Horticultural Society, 1852 ; his residence "Altadore" was location of first "show" for County of Oxford Horticultural Society, July 6, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 103
COTTLE | listed as a lumber and grist mill operators with VANSITTART & COTTLE, 4 miles east of Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
COTTLE, T. | winning entries during Oxford Horticultural Society show, Oct. 1852: "best twelve dessert fall apples", "best twelve winter apples" | Shenston (1852), page 104
COTTLE, T.J. | entry won "best brood mare and foal" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 99
COTTLE, Thomas | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
COTTLE, Thomas | president and board member for the Woodstock and Norwich Road Company, June 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
COTTLE, Thomas | elected as a town councillor for Woodstock during the Townís second municipal election, Jan. 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 124
COTTLE, Thomas J. | listed as a farmer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
COTTLE, Mrs. Thomas J. | winning entries during first show of Oxford Horticultural Society, Jul. 6, 1852: "best pint of strawberries", "best geranium", "best two fuchsias" | Shenston (1852), page 103
COTTON, Henry | listed as an innkeeper in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
COULTON, William | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instructionís second year, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
COUNTER, Charles | listed as a tanner and bootmaker in Thamesford (Nissouri Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 407
COURSE, George | listed as a laborer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
COWAN, Jeremiah | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
COWAN, Jeremiah | Major in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), June 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
COWAN, Jeremiah | enumerator for Blenheim Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), page 33
COWAN, John | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 100 acres uncultivated | Shenston (1852), page 201
COWAN, Mary Ann | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instructionís second year, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
COWAN, T. | entry won "best three year old gelding" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 99
COWAN, Thomas | an Ensign in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), Aug. 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
COWAN, Thomas | a township councillor for Blenheim Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 198
COWAN, William | a school trustee, Norwich Township, 1829 | Shenston (1852), page 79
COWELL, Jer. | an Ensign in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
COWNAH [COWAN?], Jeremiah | an assessor for Blenheim Township, 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 198, 199
CRANE, Isaac | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instructionís second year, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
CRAWFORD, Wallace | an assessor for North Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 162
CREIG, John | listed in an 1825 assessment roll for West Oxford Township (as a "person then resident in" what eventually became North Oxford Township) with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 159
CREIGHTON, William | listed as a shoemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CRITTENDEN, L. | a school trustee, ____ Oxford Township, 1839 ; a school trustee, "West Zorra" Township, 1838 | Shenston (1852), pp. 79, 173
CROMIER, Joseph | listed as a shoemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CROMWELL, James | an assessor for Norwich Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), pp. 186, 187
CROMWELL, James | listed as an innkeeper in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
CROMWELL, R. | listed as a general merchant in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
CRONK, D. | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CRONK, Wiliam | listed as a laborer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CROOKS, James | together with William Crooks, obtained deed for Conc. 5, Lot 12 East Oxford Township from Sylvester Tiffney, Apr. 1802 | Shenston (1852), page 153
CROOKS, William | together with James Crooks, obtained deed for Conc. 5, Lot 12 East Oxford Township from Sylvester Tiffney, Apr. 1802 | Shenston (1852), page 153
CROSS, Darius | listed in an 1825 assessment roll for West Oxford Township (as a "person then resident in" what eventually became North Oxford Township) at Conc. 1, Lot 20 with 35 acres uncultivated, 15 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen, 2 cows, and 2 young cattle as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 159
CROSS, Horace | listed in an 1825 assessment roll for West Oxford Township (as a "person then resident in" what eventually became North Oxford Township) at Conc. 1, Lot 20 with 45 acres uncultivated, 5 acres cultivated and with 2 horses and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 159
CROSS, Joel | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 97 acres uncultivated, 3 acres cleared and with 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 201
CROTTY, Henry | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
CROTTY, Henry | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
CROTTY, Henry | a Lieutenant in Fifth Battalion, Oxford Militia (North and West Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
CROTTY, Richard | yeoman, listed in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
CROTY, Henry | assessor for North Oxford Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 162, 163
CROTY, John | assessor and collector for North Oxford Township, 1849 ; a township councillor for North Oxford Township, 1850 and 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 161, 162, 163
CUDMORE, Richard | listed as a general merchant in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CULL, James | Surveyor for District of Brock, 1842-1845 | Shenston (1852), pp. 65, 66, 68, 69
CUMMINGS, R.H. | board member for Farmer & Mechanics Building Society of the County of Oxford, Oct. 1850-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
CUMMINGS, R.H. | listed as a tailor in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
CUMMINGS, Robert | listed as a gaoler in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 125
CUMMINGS, Robert A. | a Lieutenant in Second Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blandford and East Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
CUNNINGHAM, John | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 100 acres uncultivated | Shenston (1852), page 200
CURTES (CURTIS), David | clerk for West Oxford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), pp. 150, 151
CURTIS, Daniel (junior) | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
CURTIS, Captain David | settled in West Oxford Township, 1794 | Shenston (1852), page 145
CURTIS, David | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1812 | Shenston (1852), page 141
CURTIS, David | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 120 acres uncultivated, 30 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
CURTIS, David | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 12 with 90 acres uncultivated and 60 acres cultivated [NOTE: some individuals appearing in this assessment may have actually resided in present day East Oxford or North Oxford Townships, which detached from "Oxford upon the Thames" during the early 1820s and in Jan. 1842 respectively] | Shenston (1852), page 147
CURTIS (CURTES), David | clerk for West Oxford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), pp. 150, 151
CURTIS, Phoebe | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
CURTIS, William | assisted Peter Lossing in drafting a schedule of events pertaining to early settlements in the Norwich Township area, to be presented to Robert Gourley, 1818 | Shenston (1852), pp. 179, 180