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WAIL, John | listed as a yeoman in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WAIT, E.B. | operated a hotel and general stage house in Beachville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 23
WAIT, Thomas | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 190 acres uncultivated, 10 acres cultivated and with 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
WAKER, Allen | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 42 acres uncultivated, 8 acres cultivated and with one cow as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
WALKER, Mr. | together with George Menzies, publisher of the Woodstock Herald, the first newspaper published in the County of Oxford (circulated between June 1840 to Jan. 1848) | Shenston (1852), page 122
WALKER, George | a director for Ingersoll Agricultural Society, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 132
WALKER, James | listed as a butcher in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WALKER, John | listed as a cooper in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WALKINGSHAW, Mary A. | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instruction’s first year, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 113
WALKINSHAW, Mary A. | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instruction’s second year, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
WALLACE, Rev. R. | listed as a Free Church minister in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
WALLACE, Rev. R. | Town Superintendent (of schools) for Ingersoll, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 81
WALLACE, Robert | Trustee for County of Oxford Grammar Schools & member on Board of Public Instruction, Nov. 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
WALLACE, Robert | listed as a minister in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WALLACE, Rev. Robert | Township Superintendent (of schools) for West Oxford Township, 1850-1851 | Shenston (1852), page 81
WALLACE, Thomas | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
WALLACE, Thomas | listed as postmaster, merchant and distiller in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
WALLACE, Thomas | Lieutenant Colonel in First Battalion, Oxford Militia (Norwich), May 1851 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
WALLACE, Thomas | postmaster for Norwichville Post Office, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 183
WALLACE, Rev. W. | listed as a Presbyterian minister in Beachville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 23
WALWRATH, J. | listed as an M.D. in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
WALSH, William | a school trustee, Zorra Township, 1838-1839 | Shenston (1852), pp. 79, 173
WALTER, George G. | a Lieutenant in Second Battalion, Oxford Militia (Blandford and East Oxford), June 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
WALTON, Joshua | listed as shoemaker in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WARD, George G. | a District Councillor for Burford Township, District of Brock, 1844-1846 | Shenston (1852), pp. 68, 69, 70
WARD, George G. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1846 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 88
WARD, Thomas | listed as a laborer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WARDLE, George | Township Superintendent (of schools) for Dereham Township, 1846 | Shenston (1852), page 80
WARDUE, William | purchased Conc. 14, Lot 11 Blenheim Township, Aug. 1833 | Shenston (1852), page 195
WARHAM, Mr. W.G. | D.P.S. [surveyor?], c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 130
WARMICK (WOOMACK?), Thomas | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 100 acres uncultivated and with 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
WARWICK, John | listed as a cabinetmaker in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WATKINS, William | listed as a shoemaker in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
WATSON, J. | a Lieutenant in Third Regiment, Oxford Militia (Zorra Township), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WATSON, James | entry won "best yearling bull" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 100
WATSON, T. | entry won "best milch cow" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 100
WATT, Dr. | a committee member of County of Oxford Horticultural Society, 1852 ; entry won "best two quarts of early potatoes" during first show of Oxford Horticultural Society, Jul. 6, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 103
WATT, Thomas H. | listed as an M.D. and apothecary in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WEBBER, Robert | board member for the Woodstock and Huron Road Company, Jan. 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
WEBSTER, Daniel | suffered a fire at his dry goods store, Norwichville, Dec. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 112
WEBSTER, David | operated a general store in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
WEBSTER, George | listed as a joiner in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WEBSTER, G.H. | listed as a cabinetmaker in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WEBSTER, G.W. | listed as a cabinetmaker on King street in Ingersoll, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
WEEKS, Henry | Coroner for District of Brock, Oct. 1847-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
WEEKS, William | listed as a blacksmith in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WEIGH, Richard | listed as a mechanic in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WEIR, John | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1835 to at least Jan. 1837 | Shenston (1852), page 87
WEIR, John | Major in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WEIR, John | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, 1840-? | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
WEIR, Robert | a Lieutenant in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WELFORD, F. | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850: "best yearling heifer", "best butter" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 101
WELFORD, F. | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "second best three year old gelding", "best butter" | Shenston (1852), pp. 99, 101
WELFORD, F. | entry won "second best butter" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 101
WELFORD, Frederick | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848: "second best boar", "best butter" | Shenston (1852), page 101
WELFORD, Frederick | entry won "best heifer calf" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 100
WELFORD, Frederick | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "best milch cow", "best three ewes, fleece" | Shenston (1852), page 100
WELFORD, Frederick | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852: "best milch cow", "best yearling heifer", "best fat sheep", "second best sow", "best fat hog", "four best pigs last year" | Shenston (1852), pp. 100, 101
WELLFARE, Edward | listed as a teamster in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WELSH, James | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 95 acres uncultivated, 5 acres cultivated and with 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
WELSH, John | listed as a lawyer in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WELSH, William | listed as a cooper in Embro (Zorra Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 80
WERBROOK, Frederick | listed as an innkeeper in Oakland (Oakland Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 261
WERBROOK, Thomas | listed as an innkeeper in Oakland (Oakland Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 261
WESTBROOK, Andrew | came into possession of mill built by James Burdick (Centreville area), 1810 ; later destroyed this mill as an American sympathizer, 1812 or 1813 | Shenston (1852), pp. 145, 146
WESTBROOKE, F. | listed as an innkeeper in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
WESTON, Seth (junior) | town clerk for Norwich Township, 1840-1841 | Shenston (1852), page 187
WETHERELL, E. | entry won "best six capsicums" during Oxford Horticultural Society show, Oct. 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 104
WETHERS, William | a Lieutenant in Third Battalion, Oxford Militia (Zorra East and West), May 1847 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 108
WHEATLEY, William | listed as a plasterer in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WHEATON, Joseph | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 100 acres uncultivated, and with one oxen and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 200
WHEELAND, Thomas | listed as a blacksmith in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Lewis were hired to construct a Presbyterian Church in Woodstock, between 1841 and 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 118
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixon, hired to construct the Chancel attached to the Episcopal Church in Woodstock, 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 119
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixon, hired to construct the New Methodist Chapel in Woodstock, 1846 | Shenston (1852), page 120
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixon, built County of Oxford Registry Office, Woodstock, 1847 | Shenston (1852), page 111, 119
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixson (Dixon), hired to construct a grammar school in Woodstock, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 118, 119
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixon, hired to construct Knox’x Free Church in Woodstock, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 119
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixon, hired to construct a Town Hall for East Oxford Township at Conc. 4, Lot 12 of the Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 153
WHITE, Mr. | and Mr. Dixon, hired to construct the "Woodstock Hotel" at the corner of Huron and Dundas streets in Woodstock during 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 120, 121
WHITE, D. | committee member for "the Woodstock Reading Society" (i.e., the Woodstock Subscription Library), Feb. 1835-? | Shenston (1852) page 123
WHITE, David | was hired to construct pews for a Presbyterian Church in Woodstock, between 1841 and 1843 | Shenston (1852), page 118
WHITE, David | committee member for The Mechanics’ Institute and Library in Woodstock, May 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
WHITE, James | donated funds toward the construction of Goodwin’s School House in Woodstock, c.1839 | Shenston (1852), page 120
WHITE, Marshall | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 200 acres uncultivated and with 2 oxen 4 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
WHITE, Marvel | an assessor for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships), 1819 | Shenston (1852), page 141
WHITEHEAD, Mr. | subsequent to T.S. Shenston’s resolution that boundary of Town of Woodstock be expanded, was appointed as a committee member to draft such a petition, July 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 116
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | Poll Clerk during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for eighth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), July 1820 ; Returning officer during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for ninth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), 1824 ; nominated Charles Duncombe during election for County of Oxford M.P.P. for twelfth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), Oct. 1834 ; an M.P.P. candidate for County of Oxford during thirteenth Provincial Parliament (Upper Canada), election during fall of 1836 | Shenston (1852), pp. 93, 94
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | a Captain in Oxford Militia during 1829, in command of 64 men from Burford | Shenston (1852), page 106
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | a Justice of the Peace for County of Oxford, June 1835 to at least Jan. 1837 | Shenston (1852), page 87
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | appointed as a building committee member during events leading to construction of a Court House in Woodstock, 1837 | Shenston (1852), page 117
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | Lieutenant-Colonel in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Feb. 1840 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | board member for the Woodstock and Huron Road Company, Aug. 1849-Jan. 1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 122, 123
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | a township councillor for Blandford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 191
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | board member for Farmer & Mechanics Building Society of the County of Oxford, Oct. 1850-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | listed as clerk of the district, division, and insolvent courts, also an agent for marriage licenses and a notary and general land agent in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), pp. 470, 471
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | board member for County of Oxford Building Society, Oct. 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
WHITEHEAD, G.W. | Clerk for County of Oxford Division Court No. 1 (Town of Woodstock, Blandford Township, East Oxford Township, and portions of North Oxford and West Oxford Twps.), 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 111
WHITEHEAD, George W. | Township Superintendent (of schools) for Burford Township, 1844-1846 ; Warden for District of Brock, Aug.-Nov. 1845 and all of 1846 ; a District Councillor for Burford Township, District of Brock, 1847-1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 80, 114
WHITEHEAD, W. | a Lieutenant in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WHITHERS, Eben. | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 98 acres uncultivated, 2 acres cleared and with 3 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 201
WHITHERS, William | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for East Nissouri Township with 100 acres uncultivated, and with 2 oxen as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 201
WHITING, Rev. M. | listed as a Wesleyan minister in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WHITNEY, B.S. & E. | listed as tin and coppersmiths in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
WHITNEY, L. | listed as a cabinetmaker in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
WHITNEY, W.A. | listed as a cabinetmaker in Scotland (Burford/Oakland Townships), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 352
WICKHAM, Charles | an enumerator for Norwich Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), page 33
WICKHAM, James | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
WICKHAM, James | listed as a carriagemaker in Norwichville, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 260
WILCOX, Mr. | of York, transferred deed for blocks 6, 9, and 13 of Norwich to John Grey (of Montreal), Jan. 1801 | Shenston (1852), page 111
WILKINSON, ____ | entry won "best fulled cloth" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 102
WILKINSON, John | entry won "second best two year old filley" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 99
WILLCOCK, Joseph owned The Guardian, a newspaper published at the town of Niagara, c.1811 | Shenston (1852), page 146
WILLCOX, Chancey | board member for the Woodstock and Norwich Road Company, June 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 123
WILLCOX, William | sold 15,000 acres of land in Norwich Township to Peter Lossing and Peter Delong, July 1810 | Shenston (1852), page 183
WILLIAMS, John | entry won "best butter" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849 | Shenston (1852), page 101
WILLIAMS, S. | an Ensign in Oxford Militia, 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 106
WILLIAMS, Silas | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 48 acres uncultivated, 2 acres cultivated and with one horse and one cow as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
WILLIAMS, Silas | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 150 acres uncultivated, 18 acres cultivated and with 2 horses and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
WILLIAMS, William | taught "first class" during Board of Public Instruction’s second year, 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 113
WILLIAMSON, A.J. | operated a tannery in Canning (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 50
WILLIAMSON, J. | entry won "best two year old heifer" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 15th Annual Show, Sep. 26, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 100
WILLIAMSON, J. | entry won "best two year old heifer" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 100
WILLIAMSON, J.N. | Deputy Reeve for Blenheim Township, County of Oxford, 1850-1851 ; a township councillor for Blenheim Township, 1850-1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 74, 77, 197, 198
WILLIAMSON, James N. | of Canning, agent for County of Oxford Building Society, Oct. 1851-? | Shenston (1852), page 105
WILLIAMSON, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 14th Annual Show, Sep. 27, 1849: "best two year old gelding", "second best yearling heifer", "best fat hog", "second best cheese" | Shenston (1852), pp. 99, 100, 101
WILLIAMSON, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 16th Annual Show, Oct. 2, 1851: "second best two year old filley - second class", "second best cheese" | Shenston (1852), pp. 99, 101
WILLIAMSON, John | winning entries during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 17th Annual Show, Sep. 30, 1852: "best yearling bull", "best bull calf" | Shenston (1852), page 100
WILLCOX, Truman | a township councillor for Norwich Township, 1850 ; Reeve for Norwich Township, County of Oxford, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 77, 186
WILLFORD, Frederick | entry won "third best brood mare & foal" during County of Oxford Agricultural Society's 13th Annual Show, Sep. 28, 1848 | Shenston (1852), page 99
WILLMOT, A.C. | granted Conc. 3, Lot 5; and Conc. 4, Lots 23 and 24 all in Blenheim Township, Dec. 1798 (600 acres total) | Shenston (1852), page 195
WILLMOT, Samuel L. surveyed a portion of Dereham Township, 1810 | Shenston (1852), page 135
WILLSON, D.D. | had a contract for carrying mail between Norwich and Burford, 1832-1833 | Shenston (1852), page 182
WILLSON, Jerry | listed in an 1822 assessment roll for Zorra Township with 100 acres uncultivated and with 2 oxen as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 165
WILLSON, W.W. | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Sep. 1849-? | Shenston (1852), page 88
WILLSON, William | a township councillor for East Zorra Township, 1850 to at least 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 171
WILSON, HUGHES & BLEVINS | listed as barristers at law in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WILSON (WILLSON), Alexander | winning entries during East Zorra Township Agricultural Society's 1st Annual Show, Oct. 6, 18__? : "best [thorough-bred] bull", "second best [grade] yearling bull" | Shenston (1852), pp. 166, 167
WILSON, David | listed as a druggist in Village of Ingersoll Directory, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 134
WILSON (WILLSON), D.D. | a District Councillor for Norwich Township, District of Brock, 1843-1846 | Shenston (1852), pp. 67, 68, 69, 70
WILSON, J.H. | had a contract for carrying mail between Norwich and Burford, 1834 | Shenston (1852), page 182
WILSON, John M. | listed as a general merchant in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WILSON, John McF. | erected the "Albert House" in East Woodstock during 1846 (cost 1600 pounds) | Shenston (1852), page 120
WILSON, John McF. | an Auditor for District of Brock, 1846-1847 | Shenston (1852), pp. 70, 71, 114
WILSON, John McF. | a township councillor for Blandford Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 191
WILSON, Joseph | listed as a grocer in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WILSON, W. | board member for Brock District Building Society, 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 104
WILSON, William | resided on the north side of Dundas street in Woodstock, Jan. 1836 | Shenston (1852), page 215
WILSON, William | a tanner, elected as a town councillor for Woodstock during the Town’s first municipal election, Jan. 1851 | Shenston (1852), page 124
WILSON, William | listed as a shoemaker in Woodstock, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 472
WILSON, William | Deputy Reeve of East Zorra Township, County of Oxford, 1851-1852 | Shenston (1852), pp. 77, 78
WINNIET, James | Colonel in Fourth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Burford and Oakland), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WINTERBOTTOM, Rev. J. | minister at the Baptist Meeting House in Woodstock, c.1852 | Shenston (1852), page 118
WINTERS, Henry | listed as a blacksmith in Princeton (Blenheim Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 287
WINTERS, William | a township councillor for East Zorra Township, 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 171
WITHEES, Elie | an Ensign in Oxford Militia, 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 106
WITHERS, E., senior | moved that "next town meeting [for East Nissouri Township] be held at the house of James Howard" on Jan. 1st, 1822 | Shenston (1852), page 200
WITHERS, John | an Ensign in Sixth Battalion, Oxford Militia (Dereham), Mar. 1850 to at least June 1852 | Shenston (1852), page 109
WITHERS, William | a Lieutenant in Fifth Regiment, Oxford Militia (Nissouri East, Nissouri West and North Oxford), 1838-? | Shenston (1852), page 107
WITHEY, Rufus | 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
WOLSEY, Henry | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 50 acres uncultivated and one cow as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
WONHAM, W.G. | listed as operator of the Mansion House hotel in Ingersoll - also listed as a surveyer, 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 116
WOOD, Alexander | a school trustee, Zorra Township, 1838-1839 | Shenston (1852), pp. 79, 173
WOOD, Alexander | town clerk for Zorra Township, 1840-1845 ; town clerk for West Zorra Township, 1846 to at least 1852 ; treasurer for West Zorra Township, 1850 to at least 1852 ; assessor for West Zorra Township, 1851 | Shenston (1852), pp. 172, 176, 177, 178
WOOD, Alexander | an enumerator for West Zorra Township during 1852 Census | Shenston (1852), page 33
WOOD, Jacob | listed in an 1816 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 32 acres uncultivated, 18 acres cultivated and with one horse and 2 cows as livestock | Shenston (1852), page 143
WOOD, Jacob | listed in an 1824 assessment roll for West Oxford Township at Conc. 1, Lot 14 with 24 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
WOOD, Lobina | a student in a Sabbath School located in West Oxford Township, 1827 (memorized 308 verses that summer) | Shenston (1852), page 148
WOOD, Solomon | a student in a Sabbath School located in West Oxford Township, 1827 (memorized 77 verses that summer) | Shenston (1852), page 148
WOODROW, Joseph | an Ensign in Oxford Militia, 1824 | Shenston (1852), page 106
WOODROW, Joseph | a Justice of the Peace for District of Brock, Aug. 1842 to at least Sep. 1849 | Shenston (1852), pp. 87, 88
WOODS, James | listed as an innkeeper in Embro (Zorra Township), 1851 | Canada Directory (1851), page 80
WOODWARD, Jesse S. | clerk for Dereham Township, 1843-1844 as well as 1847-1849 | Shenston (1852), page 140
WOOMACK (WARMICK?), Thomas | granted 50 acres of land in Zorra Township, date unknown [sometime between Dec. 1797 and Jan. 1820] | Shenston (1852), page 164
WORKMAN, Thomas | an assessor for Blenheim Township, 1850 | Shenston (1852), page 197
WRIGHT, Jonathan | listed in an 1812 assessment roll for "Oxford upon the Thames" (now known as West, East and North Oxford Townships) with 180 acres uncultivated, 20 acres cultivated and with one horse, 2 oxen and 2 cows as livestock (apparently also listed in 1816) | Shenston (1852), page 142
WRIGHT, Sydney J. | a township councillor for Norwich Township, 1852-? | Shenston (1852), page 186