Philip Gregory family, Louth Township, Lincoln County, Ontario
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Philip Gregory family, Louth Township, Lincoln County, Ontario the Patrick Heron family, Dorchester Township, Middlesex County, Ontario : the William Kennedy family, Dereham Township, Oxford County, Ontario : the Jacob Smale family, Ingersoll and Woodstock, Ontario, Canada by Ernest G. Booth

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Published by E.G. Booth in Delray Beach, Fla .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Ontario,
  • Canada

Subjects:

  • Gregory family.,
  • Hearn family.,
  • Kennedy family.,
  • Small family.,
  • Gregory, Philip, 1757-1803 -- Family.,
  • Heron, Patrick -- Family.,
  • Kennedy, William, 1810-1887 -- Family.,
  • Smale, Jacob -- Family.,
  • Ontario -- Genealogy.,
  • Canada -- Genealogy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Ernest G. Booth.
ContributionsBooth, Ernest G.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS90 .B62 1983 Suppl.
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 39 leaves ;
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2076801M
LC Control Number88110315

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  The Philip Gregory family, Louth Township, Lincoln County, Ontario the Patrick Heron family, Dorchester Township, Middlesex County, Ontario: the William Kennedy family, Dereham Township, Oxford County, Ontario: the Jacob Smale family, Ingersoll and Woodstock, Ontario, Canada by Ernest G. Booth.   History of the Gregory Family in Louth Ontario. Philip Gregory was an Unitd Empire Loyalist (UEL) who moved from New Scotland, New York (near Albany) and settled in Louth Township. This book chronicles the family history. A supplement to The Booths and Wrights of Scarborough, Ontario, Canada ; The Smales and Kennedys of Ingersoll and Woodstock, Ontario ; The Booths of Semans, Saskatchewan.; The Philip Gregory family, Louth Township, Lincoln County, Ontario ; The Patrick Heron family, Dorchester Township, Middlesex County, Ontario ; The William Kennedy family, Dereham Township, Oxford County, Ontario . Lincoln County, Louth Twp. census, Ontario Genealogical Society, Niagara Peninsula Branch. (pbk.): Toronto Public Library.

Louth Twp., Lincoln Co., census, by Ontario Genealogical Society, Niagara Peninsula Branch. , Toronto Public Library. Search and browse Louth cemetery records and tombstone inscriptions for Lincoln County genealogy research. Home > Canada > Ontario > Lincoln County > Louth Township. Search Death Records (United States) U.S. Newspapers, State Full Search (current) U.S. Obituaries, (current) Newspaper Funeral Notices. Louth Township Cemetery. Gregory Family Burial Place Louth Twp OGS # Estate Files of Lincoln County, Ontario – Index to Surrogate Court Register Wills of Lincoln (& Welland) County, Ontario Canada Caistor Caistor Township Voters List and Caistor Township Year Books , , , , d/b Harley Smith via Jim Smith. Louth Township, Lincoln County Pioneer Settlers circa Ontario Land Registry Records Research Thousands of your ancestors and where they lived in Ontario. Upper Canada (Ontario) History Books On-Line Index. Ontario County Directories Victoria, Haliburton, Hastings, Peterborough, Durham, Northumberland, Muskoka, and Old Ontario County.

a. Click on records for Canada, Ontario, Lincoln County. You will see a list of available records for the county. b. You will also see above the list the link Places within Canada, Ontario, Lincoln County. This will take you to a list of towns in the counties, which are links to . census of Clinton twp., Lincoln Co. Transcribed in the order that they appear on the original microfilm (film MS , Ontario Archives). There were households, and only the head of the household is named. The numbers following the names represent the number of members in the family - in order: 1. Number of males un 2.   was a Haynes (is this the same) that settled in Louth Township, Lincoln County Ontario. And married into the Gregory Family. I am currently researching Philip M. Gregory, who came from New Scotland, near Albany and settled in Louth around The record of transcriptions of the Blue Church Burying Ground in Augusta Township, Grenville County includes a number of entries from the late s to the early s. Many are of family groups and the information includes a bit of the history of the Church of England in that area, as well as some background on a few of the families mentioned.