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SACRIDER, Sol. | 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 5 children by 1817 ; no acres in crop in 1811 - 20 acres (1812), 25 acres (1813), 26 acres (1814), 26 acres (1815), 27 acres (1817) ; had 2 horses, 4 cows and 4 oxen in 1811 ; had 2 horses, 7 cows, 4 oxen and 20 sheep in 1817 ; 60 acres total cultivated in 1817 ; harvested 200 bushels of wheat, 200 bushels of "corn, oats and peas", 200 bushels of potatoes during 1817 | Shenston (1852), page 181
SAGE, Allen | granted broken front, Lot 12 West Oxford Township, Mar. 1799 | Shenston (1852), page 145
SAGE, Allen | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 90 acres uncultivated, 10 acres cultivated and with one horse, and 4 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
SAGE, Allen | a student in a Sabbath School located in West Oxford Township, 1827 (memorized 18 verses that summer) | Shenston (1852), page 148
SAGE, Comfort | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 41 acres uncultivated, 6 acres cultivated | Shenston (1852), page 143
SAGE, Comfort | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 14 with 30 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
SAGE, Enoch | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SAGE, James | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 147
SAGE, Levi | a student in a Sabbath School located in West Oxford Township, 1827 (memorized 124 verses that summer) | Shenston (1852), page 148
SAGE, Lucy | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SAGE, Mary | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SAGE, Sam. | 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 3 horses, 4 oxen and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
SAGE, Samuel | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 40 acres uncultivated, 25 acres cultivated and with one horse and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
SAGE, Seymour | entry won "best three year old filley" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 99
SAGE, Sylvester | collector for West Oxford Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 150, 151
SAGE, Williard | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 155 acres uncultivated, 20 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen and 3 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
SAGE, Willard | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 13 with 135 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
SAGE, Willard | a trustee for a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SAGE, Zachariah | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 147
SAITHERS, John | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 270 acres uncultivated, 3 acres cleared and with 3 oxen and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
SALES, Hiram | listed in an 1812 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 2 horses as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
SARVICE, Richard | 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
SCARFF, Mr. | owned shops on Riddell street, Woodstock, c.1845 | Shenston (1852), page 116
SCARFF, Mr. | owned a carriage shop in Woodstock, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SCARFF, James | board member for Brock District Building Society, Jan. 1847 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 104
SCARFF, James | entry won "second best yearling heifer" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SCARFF, James | a township councillor for East Oxford Township, 1850 ; clerk and treasurer for East Oxford Township, 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 155, 156, 157
SCARFF, James | entry won "best plow" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 102
SCARFF, James | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852: "second best plow", "second best pair harrows" | Shenston (1852), page 102
SCARFF, William | listed as a carriagemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SCATCHERD, F. | assessor for East Nissouri Township, 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 206
SCATCHERD, Foster | town clerk for East Nissouri Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 204, 206
SCATCHERD, John | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1829-? | Shenston (1852), page 87
SCATCHERD, John | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
SCATCHERD, John | Returning officer during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for first Provincial Parliament (united Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada), July 1842 ; of Nissouri, nominated Francis Hincks 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
SCATCHERD, John | Township Superintendent (of schools) for Nissouri Township, 1844-1846 ; a District Councillor for Nissouri Township, District of Brock, 1849 ; Warden for County of Oxford and Reeve for East Nissouri Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 74, 76, 77, 80, 114, 204
SCATCHERD, John | Lieutenant Colonel in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), Sep. 1848 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
SCATCHERD, Joseph | a Lieutenant in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
SCHOFIELD, Francis | listed as a carpenter in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SCHOFIELD, Henry | school trustee for Village of Ingersoll, Jan 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 131
SCHOFIELD, Henry | listed as a blacksmith in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SCOONOVER, Peter | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 13 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
SCOTT, Mr. | appointed as a committee member to raise money toward the construction of a grammar school in Woodstock, 1841 | Shenston (1852), page 118
SCOTT, Eleazor | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 90 acres uncultivated, 20 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen and 5 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
SCOTT, Eleazor | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1815 | Shenston (1852), page 141
SCOTT, Eliza | granted Conc. 3, Lot 18 West Oxford Township, Dec. 1798 | Shenston (1852), page 145
SCOTT, George | a Captain in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
SCOTT, John | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "third best [grade] cow", "best [grade] heifer calf", "best [grade] ram" | Shenston (1852), page 167
SCOTT, John | entry won "best heifer calf" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SCOTT, John | entry won "best yearling heifer" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SCOTT, Thomas | erected a three-storey, fire-proof house in Woodstock during 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 120
SCOTT, Thomas | elected as town treasurer during Woodstock town council’s first meeting, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 124
SCOTT, Willard | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 14 with 92 acres uncultivated and 45 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
SCOTT, Willard taught a Sabbath School in West Oxford Township, 1827 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SCOTT, Willard | assessor and collector for West Oxford Township, 1840-1843 | Shenston (1852), page 151
SCOTT, Willard | District Councillor for Blenheim Township, District of Brock, 1844-1846 | Shenston (1852), pp. 68, 69
SCOTT, William | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 40 acres uncultivated, 4 acres cultivated and with 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
SCRAMBLING, Avery | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SCRAMBLING, Fred | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 148
SEARLS, William B. | a Captain in First Battalion, Oxford Militia (Norwich), June 1848 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
SESSIMS, Bernard | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SEWELL, H. | a director for East Zorra Township Agricultural Society, date unknown | Shenston (1852), page 166
SHADWICK, Hiram | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "best [grade] two year old bull", "best fresh butter" | Shenston (1852), pp. 167, 168
SHANLEY, Cook N. | an Ensign in Third Battalion, Oxford Militia (Zorra East and West), May 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
SHANLEY, Francis | an Ensign in Third Battalion, Oxford Militia (Zorra East and West), May 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
SHANLEY, James | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
SHANLY, Patrick | listed as a laborer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SHARP, Leboo F. | town clerk for Blandford Township, 1840-1845 and 1847 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 191, 192, 193
SHARP, Lieboo T. | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
SHAW, Angus | assessor for East Nissouri Township, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 206
SHAW, Angus | a Lieutenant in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
SHAW, John Robert | board member for County of Oxford Building Society, Oct. 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
SHAW, William | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated | Shenston (1852), page 201
SHEADY, John | listed as a laborer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SHEADY, R. | listed as a carpenter in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SHEAPARD, Rev. E. | a minister at the New Methodist Chapel in Woodstock, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 120
SHELL, ____ | won "third best Canadian plowmen" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 102
SHELL, ____ | entry won "third best Canadian plowmen" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 102
SHELL, D. | listed as a carpenter in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SHELL, Jacob | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848: "second best spring wheat", "best plow", "best Canadian plowmen" | Shenston (1852), pp. 101, 102
SHELL, Jacob | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "second best yoke of three year old steers", "third best Canadian plowmen" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 102
SHELL, Jacob | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "best sow", "second best white flannel", "third best Canadian plowmen" | Shenston (1852), pp. 101, 102
SHELL, Jacob | entry won "best barley" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 101
SHELL, John | entry won "second best fall wheat" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 101
SHELL, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "best spring wheat", "second best Canadian plowmen" | Shenston (1852), pp. 101, 102
SHELL, Solomon | entry won "first best European boys" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 102
SHELL, T. | entry won "best yoke of three year old steers" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SHENSTON, Thomas S. | a District Councillor for East Oxford Township, District of Brock, 1846-1848 ; with District Council, had County of Oxford Registry Office moved from Ingersoll to Woodstock, 1847 ; together with Archibald Burtch, erected the "Elgin Buildings" in East Woodstock during 1847 (cost 2400 pounds); suffered a fire at his dwelling house, two brick houses and saddler’s shop, 1848 ; a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? ; Clerk for County of Oxford, 1850-1852 ; Clerk for Board of Public Instruction, Nov. 1850 to at least 1852; resolved that boundary of Town of Woodstock be expanded during a public meeting at Royal Pavilion Hotel, July 1850 - committee member to draft such a petition; returning officer during Woodstock’s first municipal election, Jan. 1851 ; secretary and treasurer of the Woodstock and Norwich Road Company, June 1851-?; in charge of County Buildings, 1852 ; Census Commissioner for County of Oxford during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), pp. 33, 70, 71, 73, 75, 76, 78, 111, 112, 113, 114, 116, 120, 123, 124
SHEROD, W. | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
SHERROOD, T. | entry won "second best spring foals" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 99
SHIELOCK, Samuel | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated, and with one horse and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
SHORT, T.S. | first post master of Woodstock, 1835-? | Shenston (1852), page 121
SHOWERS, Michael | a District Councillor for Blenheim Township, District of Brock, 1843-1845 | Shenston (1852), pp. 67, 68, 69
SHROCKMORTON (THROCKMORTON?), John (Thomas?) | 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
SIMPSON, James | suffered a fire at his house, May 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SIMPSON, James | committee member for The Mechanics’ Institute and Library in Woodstock, May 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
SIMPSON, Jason | board member for Brock District Building Society, 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 104
SIMS, Rev. F.P. | minister at the Presbyterian Church in Woodstock, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 118
SINCLAIR, Huson | a school trustee, Dereham Township, 1839 | Shenston (1852), page 79
SINCLIER, Haron | listed in an assessment roll for Dereham Township at concession 1, lot 14 with 106 acres uncultivated, 4 acres cultivated and with 2 oxen, one cow and 3 young cattle as livestock, c.1825 | Shenston (1852), page 136
SKELTON, George | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "second best fall wheat", "second best fresh butter", "second best cheese" | Shenston (1852), page 168
SLATER, Mr. | suffered a fire at his harness shop in Woodstock, Apr. 1838 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SLATER, Jonathan | resided on the south side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
SLAWSON, William | a Captain in Seventh Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blenheim), Aug. 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
SMALL, John | listed as a nurseryman in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SMART, Andrew | collector for Dereham Township, 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 139, 140
SMEATON, Robert | a school teacher, ____ Oxford Township, 1839 | Shenston (1852), page 79
SMILEY, William | an Ensign in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
SMITH, Mr. | suffered a fire at his tavern in Embro, Jan. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SMITH, A. | committee member for The Mechanics’ Institute and Library in Woodstock, May 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
SMITH, Andrew | suffered a fire at his brick store-house in West Woodstock, Sep. 1845 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SMITH, Andrew | elected as a town councillor for Woodstock during the Town’s first municipal election, Jan. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 124
SMITH, Andrew | occupied a house in East Woodstock that was originally erected by Henry Vansittart, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 120
SMITH, Andrew | board member for Brock District Building Society, Jan. 1847 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 104
SMITH, Andrew | board member for County of Oxford Building Society, Oct. 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
SMITH, D. | entry won "best spring wheat" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 101
SMITH, D.W. | granted Conc. 2, Lots 17, 18, 19 and B front North Oxford Township, July 1799 (500 acres total) | Shenston (1852), page 158
SMITH, David William | M.P.P. for Counties of Oxford, Middlesex and Norfolk (also appointed Speaker of the House of Assembly) during third Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1800-? | Shenston (1852), page 91
SMITH, Duncan | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848: "second best milch cow", "second best European boys" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 102
SMITH, Duncan | entry won "second best heifer calf" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SMITH, G. | entry won "best [grade] yoke of four year old steers" during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? | Shenston (1852), page 167
SMITH, George | a Captain in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
SMITH, J. | a Lieutenant in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
SMITH, J. | a director for East Zorra Township Agricultural Society, date unknown | Shenston (1852), page 166
SMITH, John | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "best three year old filly", "best boar" | Shenston (1852), pp. 167, 168
SMITH, John | a Lieutenant in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
SMITH, John | listed as a tailor in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SMITH, L.F. | listed as a minister in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SMITH, Peter | assessor and collector for Dereham Township, 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 140
SMITH, Robert | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated, and with 2 oxen and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
SMITH, Stillman | listed in an assessment roll for Dereham Township with one cow as livestock, c.1825 | Shenston (1852), page 136
SMITH, William | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 200 acres uncultivated, and with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
SMITH, William | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
SMITH, William | township councillor for Dereham Township, 1850 to at least 1852 ; Deputy Reeve for Dereham Township, County of Oxford, 1851-1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 77, 78, 139
SMITH, William | listed as a wagonmaker in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SNAREY, James | listed as a bricklayer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SNELGROVE, A. | listed as a mechanic in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
SNELGROVE, William | listed as a cabinetmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SNOW, Warren | collector for Blenheim Township, 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 199
SOLOMON, William | of Simcoe, Returning officer during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for tenth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1828 | Shenston (1852), page 93
SOMMERVILLE, T. | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852: "best two year old filley", "second best spring foals" | Shenston (1852), page 99
SOVEREIGN, Louisa | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instruction’s first year, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 113
SPENCER, R.G. | a blacksmith, the first person buried in the churchyard of the Episcopal Church in Woodstock, cause of death cholera, date not given | Shenston (1852), page 119
SPENCER, William | listed as a butcher in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SPRAGG, Hirah | a management committee member for East Oxford Township Farmer’s Association from July 1851 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 153
SPRAGGE, Jonathan | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 190 acres uncultivated, 10 acres cultivated and with 2 oxen and one cow as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 143
SPUR, G.A. | listed as an innkeeper in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
STEELE, Aaron | listed as a mechanic in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
STEELE, John | listed as a laborer in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
STEGMAN, ____ | surveyed a portion of Blenheim Township, 1798 | Shenston (1852), page 194
STEPHENS, John | the first collector for East Nissouri Township, 1822 | Shenston (1852), page 200
STEPHENS, John | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 175 acres uncultivated, 15 acres cleared and with 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
STEPHENS, John | a Captain in Oxford Militia during 1829, in command of 76 men from Nissouri | Shenston (1852), page 106
STEPHENS, Mary | a student in a West Oxford Township school taught by Mr. Rufus Foster, 1825 | Shenston (1852), page 147
STEVENS, John | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 23 with 300 acres uncultivated and 100 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
STEVENS, John | assessor for Blandford Township, 1843-1844 | Shenston (1852), page 193
STEVENS, John | an Ensign in Second Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blandford and East Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
STEVENS, John | Adjutant in Second Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blandford and East Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
STEWART, H. | a director for East Zorra Township Agricultural Society, date unknown | Shenston (1852), page 166
STEWART, J. | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
STINSON, Copeland | a director for Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
STOVER, Adam | born in Dutchess County, New York ; settled (or at least commenced improvements to) a 1000 acre property in Norwich Township, 1811 ; lived with his wife and 5 children by 1817 ; no acres in crop in 1811 - 5 acres (1812), 9 acres (1813), 18 acres (1814), 18 acres (1815), 14 acres (1817) ; had 2 cows and 2 oxen in 1811 ; had 3 horses, 6 cows and 26 sheep in 1817 ; 80 acres total cultivated in 1817 ; harvested 100 bushels of wheat, 120 bushels of "corn, oats and peas", 60 bushels of potatoes during 1817 | Shenston (1852), page 181
STOVER, Adam | a school trustee, Norwich Township, 1829 | Shenston (1852), page 79
STOVER, Fred | born in Dutchess County, New York ; settled (or at least commenced improvements to) a 1000 acre property in Norwich Township, 1811 ; lived with his wife and 6 children by 1817 ; 4 acres in crop in 1811 - 10 acres (1812), 10 acres (1813), 10 acres (1814), 18 acres (1815), 18 acres (1817) ; had 3 horses, 4 cows and 2 oxen in 1811 ; had 3 horses, 7 cows, 2 oxen and 18 sheep in 1817 ; 70 acres total cultivated in 1817 ; harvested 250 bushels of wheat, 300 bushels of "corn, oats and peas", 200 bushels of potatoes during 1817 | Shenston (1852), page 181
STOVER, Gilbert | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
STOVER, Michael | born in Dutchess County, New York ; settled (or at least commenced improvements to) a 1000 acre property in Norwich Township, 1811 ; lived with his wife and 9 children by 1817 ; 4 acres in crop in 1811 - 11 acres (1812), 13 acres (1813), 16 acres (1814), 13 acres (1815), 15 acres (1817) ; had one horse, 2 cows and 2 oxen in 1811 ; had 2 horses, 7 cows, 2 oxen and 39 sheep in 1817 ; 60 acres total cultivated in 1817 ; harvested 400 bushels of wheat, 350 bushels of "corn, oats and peas", 100 bushels of potatoes during 1817 | Shenston (1852), page 181
STOVER, Michael | Deputy Reeve for Norwich Township, County of Oxford, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 78
STRACHAN, George | hired as the second teacher of the Woodstock Grammar School, Aug. 1846 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 118
STRACHAN, George | committee member for The Mechanics’ Institute and Library in Woodstock, May 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
STRACHAN, James | board member for Brock District Building Society, Jan. 1847-? | Shenston (1852), page 104
STRAND, Robert | District Councillor for Dereham Township, District of Brock, 1845-1847 | Shenston (1852), pp. 69, 70, 71
STRATFORD, J.S. | Coroner for County of Oxford, Aug. 1840-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
STREET, Samuel | granted Conc. 3, Lots 17, 18 and 19; and Conc. 4, Lots 14, 15, 18 and 19 all in East Oxford Township, July 1798 (1400 acres total) | Shenston (1852), page 152
STRONG, John | listed in an 1825 assessment roll for West Oxford Township (as a "person then resident in" what eventually became North Oxford Township) with 3 cows, and 3 young cattle as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 159
STRONG, John | purchased Conc. 9, Lot 2 "East Zorra" Township, June 1830 | Shenston (1852), page 166
STROUD, Robert | assessor and collector for Dereham Township, 1840-1841 as well as 1844 | Shenston (1852), page 140
STROUD, Robert | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
STROUD, Robert | a Captain in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
STROUD, Robert | a township councillor for Dereham Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 139
STOVER, Michael | a township councillor for Norwich Township, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 186
SUDSWORTH, Mr. | [of Woodstock?], c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 112, 122
SUDSWORTH, Abraham | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
SUDSWORTH, Abraham | purchased the following Lots in Woodstock: No. 1 Riddell street, and No. 1 Graham street, May 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 116
SUDSWORTH, Abraham | suffered a fire at [one of?] his frame buildings [in Woodstock?], July 1841 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SUDSWORTH, Joseph | elected as an inspector for Woodstock during the Town’s first municipal election, Jan. 1851 ; elected as an inspector for Woodstock during the Town’s second municipal election, Jan. 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 124
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SUDWORTH, Abraham | assessor for Blandford Township, 1847 | Shenston (1852), page 193
SUDWORTH, Abraham | listed as a bootmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SUDWORTH, William | listed as a bootmaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SUMMERVILLE, ____ | entry won "best three ewes, carcass" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SUMMERVILLE, Mr. | hired as the first teacher of the Woodstock Grammar School, 1843 to c.1846 | Shenston (1852), page 118
SUMMERVILLE, J. | entry won "best stallion" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 99
SUMMERVILLE, J. | entry won "second best European boys" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 102
SUMMERVILLE, T. | entry won "second best milch cow" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SUMMERVILLE, T. | entry won "fourth best milch cow" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 100
SUMMERVILLE, T. | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "second best brood mare and foal", "second best heifer calf" | Shenston (1852), pp. 99, 100
SUTHERLAND, Mr. | and Mr. Davidson, hired to do carpentry work during construction of the Free Church, Gaelic in Woodstock, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 119
SUTHERLAND, Andrew & Co. | first to introduce steam power in Woodstock; they had a 14 horsepower engine in their mill c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 122
SUTHERLAND, Benjamin | listed as a shoemaker in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SUTHERLAND, J. | a Lieutenant in Third Regiment, Oxford Militia (Zorra Township), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
SUTHERLAND, John | a Lieutenant in Third Battalion, Oxford Militia (Zorra East and West), May 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
SUTHERLAND, John | suffered a fire at his barn, West Zorra, Oct. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 112
SUTHERLAND, John | elected as a town councillor for Woodstock during the Town’s second municipal election, Jan. 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 124
SUTHERLAND, John | listed as a carpenter in Town of Woodstock Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 128
SUTHERLAND, William | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
SUTHERLAND, William | a township councillor for East Nissouri Township, 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 205
SWAN, Abraham | resided on the south side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
SWAN, Charles G. | resided on the south side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
SWAN, Granson | hired as a framer during construction of a Baptist Meeting House in Woodstock, c.1836 | Shenston (1852), page 118
SWART, Henry | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 23 with 185 acres uncultivated and 15 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
SWARTOUT, Abraham | collector for Norwich Township, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 186, 187
SWAZEY, Benjamin | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
SWAZUE, Ben. | collector for East Nissouri Township, 1841-1842 | Shenston (1852), page 206
SWAZUE, William | a township councillor for East Nissouri Township, 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 205
SWEAZIE, Nelson | a Lieutenant in Eighth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Nissouri), June 1849 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 110
SWEET, Robert | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 200 acres uncultivated and with 2 oxen and one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165