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HABBIS, Elisha | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 17 with 80 acres uncultivated and 40 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
HACK, Henry | listed as a hotel keeper in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HACKETT, Stilson | purchased concession 1, north half lot 12 Dereham Township during Jan. 1834 at 17s 6d per acre | Shenston (1852), page 136
HACKETT, Stillson | listed in an assessment roll for Dereham Township at concession 1, lot 13 with 40 acres uncultivated, 10 acres cultivated and with 3 horses, 4 oxen, 3 cows and 4 young cattle as livestock, c.1825 | Shenston (1852), page 136
HADCOCK, Isaac | assessor for Dereham Township, 1846 | Shenston (1852), page 140
HADCOCK, Isaac | a Lieutenant in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
HADCOCK, Moses | a township councillor for Dereham Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 139
HADSKIS, Hugh | listed as a turner in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAGLE, Peter | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 3, Lot 19 with 35 acres uncultivated and 25 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
HAGUE, William | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAINING, Robert | listed as a tinsmith and general dealer in dry goods and groceries of all descriptions on Thomas street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
HAINING, Robert | listed as a tinsmith in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HALEY, Benjamin | board member for the Woodstock and Norwich Road Company, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 123
HALKER, William | listed as a farmer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HALL, C.P. | listed as a watchmaker on King street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
HALL, C.P. | listed as a merchant in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HALL, Elisha | secretary and treasurer of Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1847 ; president of Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 132
HALL, Elisha | listed as a yeoman in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 ; son of Ichabod Hall | Shenston (1852), pp. 133, 145
HALL, Eve | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 365 acres uncultivated, 85 acres cultivated and with one horse, 4 oxen and 8 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
HALL, Ichabod | settled in West Oxford Township, 1794 ; father of Elisha Hall of Ingersoll | Shenston (1852), page 145
HALL, Ichabode | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 325 acres uncultivated, 75 acres cultivated and with 3 horses, 4 oxen and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
HALL, John | an assessor for East Oxford Township, 1846-1847, 1849-1850 | Shenston (1852), pp. 155, 157
HALL, Joshua | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 97 acres uncultivated, 3 acres cleared and with 2 oxen and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
HALL, Robert | listed as a carpenter in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HALL, Valentine | assessor for East Oxford Township, 1842 | Shenston (1852), page 157
HALL, Valentine | an Auditor for District of Brock, 1843-1849 ; an Auditor for County of Oxford, 1850-1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 114
HALL, Valentine | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
HALL, Valentine | elected as a town councillor for Woodstock during the Town’s first municipal election, Jan. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 124
HALL, William | an assessor for Dereham Township, 1850 and 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 139, 140
HALLIDAY, William | listed as a cabinet maker in Embro (Zorra Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 80
HALLIGAN, J. | listed as a tailor in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
HALLOCK, Mary | purchased the first town Lots in Woodstock (that were sold by the Government): No. 2 Winnet street and Nos. 1 & 2 Givens street, Apr. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 115
HALLOCK, Theron | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 100 acres uncultivated and with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
HAMER, William | listed as a bricklayer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAMILTON, Sheriff | Returning officer during second election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for thirteenth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1838 election | Shenston (1852), page 94
HAMILTON, Hon. Robert | granted the following lands in Dereham Township during 1800: fourth concession, lots 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 14; fifth concession, lots 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13 and 14; sixth concession, lots 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 14 | Shenston (1852), page 135
HAMILTON, W. | listed as a watchmaker in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HAMILTON, William | listed as a watchmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAMLEY, Mr. surveyed a portion of Dereham Township, 1799 ; surveyed North Oxford Township, 1799 ; surveyed Norwich Township, 1799 | Shenston (1852), pp. 135, 158, 179
HAND, T. | listed as a bootmaker in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
HAND, W. | listed as a bootmaker in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
HANLEY, Murdock | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HANNIS, Daniel | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 2, Lot 18 with 30 acres uncultivated and 70 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
HARDING, William | a Captain in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
HARRINGTON, George | listed as a bricklayer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HARRINGTON, John | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 199 acres uncultivated, one acre cultivated and with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
HARRINGTON, John | a director for East Zorra Township Agricultural Society, date unknown | Shenston (1852), page 166
HARRINGTON, John | entry won "best [grade] yearling bull" during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 167
HARRINGTON, John | a District Councillor for Zorra Township, District of Brock, 1842 ; a District Councillor for East Zorra Township, District of Brock, 1849 ; Reeve of East Zorra Township, County of Oxford, 1850-1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 65, 74, 75, 77, 78, 171
HARRINGTON, John | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Aug. 1842 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
HARRINGTON, John | board member for the Woodstock and Huron Road Company, Aug. 1849-Jan. 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 122
HARRINGTON, William | entry won "second best oats" during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 168
HARRIS, Abraham | listed as a cabinetmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HARRIS, Alanson | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 300 acres uncultivated and with 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
HARRIS, Daniel | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 36 acres uncultivated, 4 acres cultivated and with 2 horses as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
HARRIS, Elijah | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 41 acres uncultivated, 9 acres cultivated and with one cow as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
HARRIS, Elijah | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 100 acres uncultivated and with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
HARRIS, Elisha | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 141
HARRIS, Elisha | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 7, Lot 19 with 25 acres uncultivated and 25 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
HARRIS, Elisha | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Aug. 1842-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
HARRIS, Elisha | District Councillor for West Oxford Township, District of Brock, 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 67
HARRIS, Ely | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1811 to 1812 | Shenston (1852), page 141
HARRIS, Ely | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 60 acres uncultivated, 60 acres cultivated and with 4 oxen and 6 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
HARRIS, Gilbert | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 92 acres uncultivated, 8 acres cultivated (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
HARRIS, Gilbert | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1822 | Shenston (1852), page 141
HARRIS, Gilbert | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 2, Lot 18 with 50 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
HARRIS, G.W. | a school trustee, Zorra Township, 1838-1839 | Shenston (1852), pp. 79, 174
HARRIS, James | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 19 with 145 acres uncultivated and 55 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
HARRIS, James | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1827 | Shenston (1852), page 141
HARRIS, James P. | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 39 acres uncultivated, 11 acres cultivated and with one horse and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
HARRIS, John | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 42 acres uncultivated, 8 acres cultivated and with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
HARRIS, Lenord | listed as a shoemaker in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HARRIS, William | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852: "best boar", "best sow" | Shenston (1852), page 101
HARRISON, John | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
HARRISON, John | and Henry Bishop, building contractors hired to construct a Court House in Woodstock, 1837 | Shenston (1852), page 117
HARRISON, John | donated funds toward the construction of Goodwin’s School House in Woodstock, c.1839 | Shenston (1852), page 120
HARRISON, John | listed as a bricklayer in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HARRISON, John | listed as a bricklayer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HART, Edward | listed in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HART, John | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HART, Thomas | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848: "best boar", "second best barley" | Shenston (1852), page 101
HART, Thomas | entry won "best yoke of three year old steers" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 100
HART, Thomas | a management committee member for East Oxford Township Farmer’s Association from July 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 153
HART, Thomas | entry won "four best pigs last year" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 101
HART, Thomas | entry won "second best yearling bull" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 100
HARWOOD, Henry | entry won "second best [grade] ram" during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 167
HARWOOD, Henry | board member for the Woodstock and Huron Road Company, Jan. 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
HARWOOD, Henry | listed as a shoemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HASKINS, Deligh (Delight) | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 43 acres uncultivated, 22 acres cultivated and with 2 horses, 2 oxen and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
HASKINS, Luther | settled in West Oxford Township, 1794 | Shenston (1852), page 145
HASKINS, Luther | granted Conc. 1, Lot 7 West Oxford Township, Dec. 1798 | Shenston (1852), page 145
HATCH, Henry | listed as a grocer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HATCH, James | entry won "second best fall wheat" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 101
HATCH, James | listed as a farmer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HATCH, James | listed as a blacksmith in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HATCH, John | owned and occupied Lot 20, Conc. 1 East Oxford Township from 1820 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 117
HATCH, John | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1829 to at least July 1833 | Shenston (1852), page 87
HATCH, John | resided on the south side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
HATCH, John | donated funds toward the construction of Goodwin’s School House in Woodstock, c.1839 | Shenston (1852), page 120
HATCH, John | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
HATCH, John | of Nissouri, nominated 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), page 95
HATCH, John | president of the Agricultural Society for the County of Oxford, 1847 | Shenston (1852), page 98
HATCH, John | collector for East Zorra Township, 1847-1848 | Shenston (1852), page 172
HATCH, John | entry won "best straw cutter" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 102
HATCH, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "best tup lamb fleece", "best 3 ewes, carcass" | Shenston (1852), page 100
HATCH, John | listed as a farmer in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HATCH, John | listed as a farmer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HATCH, John | an enumerator for East Zorra Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), page 33
HATCH, Joseph | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "best boar", "second best sow", "first best Canadian plowmen" | Shenston (1852), pp. 101, 102
HATCH, Joseph | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850: "second best yearling bull", "first best Canadian plowmen" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 102
HATCH, Joseph | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "best ram for carcass", "best boar" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 101
HAVILL, Henry | listed as a carpenter in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
HAWKINS, Charles | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
HAWKINS, Charles | a township councillor for Dereham Township, 1851 ; Reeve for Dereham Township, County of Oxford, 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 78, 139
HAWKSWORTH, T. | entry won "third best European boys" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 102
HAY, Mr. | together with Mr. Bain, operated a cabinet and chair factory in Woodstock, c.1852; this was the third operation to introduce steam power in Woodstock, having a 4 horse power engine during 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 122
HAY, Mrs. | listed as a dressmaker in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HAY, Alex. | together with Jas. Egan, printer of the Oxford Star, the third newspaper published in the County of Oxford (circulated during 1848) | Shenston (1852), page 122
HAY, Alexander | listed as a printer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAY, George | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford/District of Brock, Jan. 1837-? | Shenston (1852), page 87, 88
HAY, George | listed as a carpenter in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAY, James | listed as a cabinetmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAY, Rev. William | Township Superintendent (of schools) for Burford and Oakland Twps., 1850-1851 | Shenston (1852), page 81
HAY, Rev. William | listed as a Congregationalist minister in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
HAY, William | listed as a cabinetmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HAYCOCK, E. | listed as an engineer in Otterville (Norwich Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 264
HAYCOCK, Ed. | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
HAYELL, Peter | a school trustee, Dereham Township, 1839 | Shenston (1852), page 79
HAYWOOD, E. | listed as a painter in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HAYWOOD, James | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated, and with one horse and 3 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
HAYWOOD, William | listed as an ornamental painter on King street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
HAYWOOD, William | listed as a painter in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HEATH, George | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HEISER, William | a Lieutenant in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), Aug. 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
HENDERSON, George | listed as a teamster in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HENDERSON, James | a District Councillor for West Oxford Township, District of Brock, 1849 ; a township councillor for North Oxford Township, 1850 and 1852 ; Reeve of North Oxford Township, County of Oxford, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 74, 77, 161, 162
HENDERSON, James | a director for Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
HENDERSON, John | listed as a shoemaker in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HENDRY, ____ | donated funds toward the construction of Goodwin’s School House in Woodstock, c.1839 | Shenston (1852), page 120
HENDRY, Mrs. | listed in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HENDRY, George | an Auditor for District of Brock, 1842-1845 ; Township Superintendent (of schools) for East Oxford Township, 1844 ; Superintendent (of schools) for District of Brock, 1846 | Shenston (1852), pp. 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 80, 114
HENRY, Thomas | operated a general store in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HENRY, Thomas | listed as a merchant in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HERRICK, William | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 3, Lot 19 with 15 acres uncultivated and 5 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
HERSEC, John | listed as a waggonmaker in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
HESS, Charles | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
HEUSTON, Johnston | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instruction’s first year, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 113
HEWETT, John | listed as a plasterer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HEWITT, William | an assessor for Blandford Township, 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 191, 192
HILL, Mr. | and Mr. Bishop, hired to construct the Episcopal Church in Woodstock, 1833 | Shenston (1852), page 119
HILL, Albin | a Lieutenant in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
HILL, Alvin | collector for Dereham Township, 1846 | Shenston (1852), page 140
HILL, David | listed as a carpenter in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HILL, Elijah | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
HILL, Elijah | erected a three-storey, fire-proof house in Woodstock during 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 120
HILL, George F. | assessor for Blenheim Township, 1843 and 1849 ; collector for Blenheim Township, 1846-1849 | Shenston (1852), page 199
HILL, George F. | enumerator for ____ Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), page 33
HILL, Henry | a school trustee, Dereham Township, 1839 | Shenston (1852), page 79
HILL, N. | listed as an innkeeper in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HILL, Nath. | purchased the following Lots in Woodstock: No. 1 Light street, and No. 1 Vansittart street, May 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 116
HILL, Nathaniel (senior) | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
HILL, Nath. (senior) | cleared a portion of land in "that portion of Woodstock what is in Blandford", no date given | Shenston (1852), page 117
HILL, Nathaniel | listed as an innkeeper in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HILL, R.P. | listed as a teamster in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HILL, Sylvester | listed as a yeoman in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HILL, William | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 77 acres uncultivated, 3 acres cultivated and with 2 horses and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
HILL, William | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 2, Lot 19 with 69 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
HILL, William | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
HILLSDALE (HILSDON?), Abraham | assessor and collector for North Oxford Township, 1850 ; collector for North Oxford Township, 1851 ; clerk for North Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 161, 162, 163
HINCKS, Francis | M.P.P. for County of Oxford during first Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Jul. 1841-? (re-elected July 1842) ; during 1841, he was editor of the Toronto Examiner ; M.P.P. candidate for County of Oxford during second Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Oct. 1844 election ; M.P.P. for County of Oxford during third Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), 1848-Aug. 1851 ; an M.P.P. candidate for County of Oxford during fourth Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), Dec. 1851 election | Shenston (1852), pp. 94, 95, 96, 97
HINCKS, Francis | listed as M.P.P. for Oxford in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 470
HODSON, Henry | listed as a bricklayer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HOLCROFT, T. | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
HOLCROFT, Thomas | a Captain in Fifth Battalion, Oxford Militia (North and West Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
HOLCROFT, Thomas | a township councillor for West Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 150
HOLCROFT, W. | Colonel in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
HOLCROFT, William | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford/District of Brock, Jan. 1837 to at least Feb. 1840 | Shenston (1852), page 87, 88
HOLDSWORTH, T. | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852: "best brood mare and foal", "best spring foals" | Shenston (1852), page 99
HOLLAND, John | listed as a fiddler in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HOLLOWAY, William | an assessor for West Zorra Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 177
HOLMES, Alex. | listed as a carpenter in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HOLMES, Benjamin | a township councillor for Norwich Township, 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 186
HOLMES, James | purchased Conc. 4, south half lot 16 Norwich Township, Feb. 1830 | Shenston (1852), page 179
HOLSTON, A. | a Captain in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
HOLTBY, Matthias | listed as a carriage-maker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HOOK, Mr. | appointed as a committee member to raise money toward the construction of a grammar school in Woodstock, 1841 | Shenston (1852), page 118
HOOK, W. | of Beachville, agent for County of Oxford Building Society, Oct. 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
HOOK, William (senior) | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? ; an assessor for West Oxford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), pp. 88, 150, 151
HOOK, William | operated a grist and saw mill in in Beachville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 23
HOOKER, A. | listed as a carriagemaker in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
HOPKINS, H.B. | listed as a saddler and harnessmaker on King street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
HOPKINS, H.P. | listed as a saddler in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HOPKINS, James | granted Conc. 2, Lot 4 West Oxford Township, Dec. 1798 | Shenston (1852), page 145
HORNER, Benjamin | assessor for Blenheim Township, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 199
HORNER, Henry | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock/County of Oxford, Aug. 1842 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 30, 87, 88
HORNER, Thomas | first white settler in County of Oxford ; born Mar. 17, 1767 at Bordentown, NJ ; marr. 1801 ; erected first sawmill in County (1795 or Feb. 1798) ; erected first grist mill in County (1802) - burned down 1804 ; appointed captain of Norfolk militia Mar. 22, 1798 ; appointed Registrar of the Counties of Oxford and Middlesex, June 1800 (remained as Registrar of Oxford County, c.1818 until his death); appointed Deputy-Lieutenant of County of Oxford June 16, 1806, however, due to political influences this post taken away from him just prior to War of 1812 ; influential in mustering Grand River Indians in attack of Detroit during War of 1812 ; first M.P.P. for County of Oxford - elected unanimously for eighth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1820 - Thomas continued to be a County representative at Provincial Parliaments for most years until his death ; together with Peter Teeple, issued a warrant to A. Lewis for the organization of East Nissouri Township, c.1821 ; Colonel of Oxford Militia, 1824 ; a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, 1824-1834 ; died at Burford Aug. 4, 1834 of cholera | Shenston (1852), pp. 29, 30, 31, 55, 86, 87, 93, 105, 111, 195
HORNER, T.J. | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, Jan. 1837-? | Shenston (1852), page 87, 88
HORNER, William | listed as a bricklayer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HORNING, Joseph | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
HORSEMAN, Dennis | suffered a fire at his barns and out buildings, Nissouri, Feb. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 112
HORSEMAN, Dennis | a Captain in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
HORSEMAN, Dennis | Trustee for County of Oxford Grammar Schools & member on Board of Public Instruction, Nov. 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
HORSMAN, Dennis | a District Councillor for Nissouri Township, District of Brock, 1848-1849 ; a township councillor for East Nissouri Township, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 73, 74, 204, 205
HORSMAN, Dennis | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
HORSNELL, William | listed as a tailor in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HOSKIN, Mr. | mentioned with regard to road improvements, 1810 and 1811 | Shenston (1852), page 85
HOSKIN, widow | mentioned with regard to road improvements, 1812 | Shenston (1852), page 85
HOSKINS, Eliza | listed with executors (Luther Hoskins and Nicholas Bbink) in an advertisement placed in The Guadian (Niagara), Sep. 1811 | Shenston (1852), page 146
HOSKINS, Luther | received deed for Lot 6, Conc. 2 West Oxford from Thomas Dexter and wife, Jan. 1801 | Shenston (1852), page 111
HOSKINS, Luther | of West Oxford Township, mentioned as an executor for Eliza Hoskins, Sep. 1811 | Shenston (1852), page 146
HOSKINS, Luther | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 350 acres uncultivated, 50 acres cultivated and with 2 horses and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
HOSKINS, Luther | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 7 with 324 acres uncultivated and 80 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
HOSMAN, John | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 100 acres uncultivated, and with 2 oxen and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
HOUGHTON, Calvin | listed as a tanner in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
HOUGHTON, Stephen | listed as a laborer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 133
HOUSE, S. | listed as a boot and shoe maker in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
HOWARD, James | the earliest township meeting(s) for East Nissouri Township was held at his house, located at Conc. 6, Lot 13 of that township, Jan. 1821 | Shenston (1852), page 200
HOWDEN, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848: "second best sow", "best barley" | Shenston (1852), page 101
HOWDEN, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "four best pigs this year", "best barley" | Shenston (1852), page 101
HOWDEN, John | entry won "best barley" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 101
HOWDEN, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "second best three year old filley", "best barley" | Shenston (1852), pp. 99, 101
HOWDEN, John | entry won "second best barley" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 101
HOYT, J.J. | listed as a physician and surgeon in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
HUBBARD, Martin | of Bayham, a director for the Ingersoll and Port Burwell Plank and Gravel Road Company, Sep. 1849 until at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 131
HUESTON, Thomas | listed as an innkeeper in Thamesford (Nissouri Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 407
HUGHES | listed as a barrister at law with WILSON, HUGHES & BLEVINS in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
HUGHES, D.J. | Township Superintendent (of schools) for Blandford Township, 1845-1846 | Shenston (1852), page 80
HUGHES, James | a school teacher, ____ Oxford Township, 1839 | Shenston (1852), page 79
HUGHES, James | listed as a carpenter and builder in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 471
HUGHES, James | listed as a carpenter in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HUGHS, D.J. | secretary & treasurer of Brock District Building Society, Jan. 1847-? | Shenston (1852), page 104
HUGHSON, John D. | a Captain in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), Jan. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
HUGILL, Charles | entry won "second best boar" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 101
HUGILL, James | assessor for East Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 157
HUGGINS, John | listed as an engineer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HUGHILL, Charles | assessor for East Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 156
HUNTER, Murdoch | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 126
HUNTER, R.H. | an M.P.P. for County of Oxford during thirteenth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 94
HUNTER, R.R. | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1835 to at least Jan. 1837 | Shenston (1852), page 87
HUNTER, R.R. | president of the Agricultural Society for the County of Oxford, 1838 | Shenston (1852), page 98
HUNTER, R.R. | Lieutenant Colonel in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
HUNTER, R.R. | donated funds toward the construction of Goodwin’s School House in Woodstock, c.1839 ; one of the first trustees for Goodwin’s School House in Woodstock | Shenston (1852), page 120
HUNTER, R.R. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
HUNTER, R.R. | presided over a meeting to take steps toward construction of a grammar school in Woodstock, Apr. 1841 | Shenston (1852), page 118
HUNTINGFORD, H. | entry won "best [grade] yearling heifer" during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 167
HUNTINGFORD, H. | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "best brood mare - second class", "best three year old filley - second class" | Shenston (1852), page 99
HUNTINGFORD, Henry | entry won "best [grade] yoke of oxen" during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 167
HUTTON, James | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, July 1833 to at least June 1835 | Shenston (1852), page 87, 88
HUTTON, James | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
HYDE, John | Coroner for District of Brock, Oct. 1848-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
HYDE, Louis (Lewis) | a school teacher, Zorra Township, 1838-1839 ; a school teacher, ____ Oxford Township, 1839 | Shenston (1852), pp. 79, 174