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151 Died of diphtheria
 
Herborth, Cathrine Ann (I298)
 
152 Died of diphtheria Herborth, Cathrine Ann (I248)
 
153 Dragoon in Erbsen, Gericht Adelpsen, Germany. Source: Ernst Jurgen's burial registry. Harborth, Johan Caspar (I1657)
 
154 Dragoon in Erbsen, Gericht Adelpsen, Germany. Source: Ernst Jurgen's burial registry. Harborth, Johan Caspar (I1628)
 
155 Drowned Wilcox, Willis (I3308)
 
156 Drowned in Carlingwark Loch Solley, William (I785)
 
157 Drowned in Carlingwark Loch Solley, William (I924)
 
158 Edge Tool Grinder (1841 census)
 
Tompkins, James (I2833)
 
159 Edge Tool Grinder (1841 census) Not in the 1851 census 1841 Census: Age: 48 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1793 Gender: Male Where born: Somerset, England Civil parish: Frome Selwood Hundred: Frome County/Island: Somerset Country: England Street Address: Occupation: View image Registration district: Frome Sub-registration district: Frome Neighbors: View others on page Piece: 942 Book: 7 Folio: 38 Page Number: 7 Tomkins, James (I2791)
 
160 Edward A Lees served with the Canadian Infantry (The Canadian Corps - 3rd Canadian Division, 7th Canadian Brigade, 49th (Edmonton) Battalion Canadian Infantry), Service Number: 402562. during W.W.1.

He was killed in action at Ypres (Ieper) Belgium (possibly during the Battle of Mount Sorrel), and his memorial is on a wall of the Menin Gate.

(http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/remembers/sub.cfm?source=collections/virtualmem/Detail&casualty=1593789)
The Menin Gate Memorial is situated at the eastern side of the town of Ypres (now Ieper) in the Province of West Flanders, on the road to Menin and Courtrai. It bears the names of 55,000 men who were lost without trace during the defence of the Ypres Salient in the First World War.

Carved in stone above the central arch are the words:

TO THE ARMIES OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE WHO STOOD HERE FROM 1914 TO 1918 AND TO THOSE OF THEIR DEAD WHO HAVE NO KNOWN GRAVE.

Over the two staircases leading from the main Hall is the inscription:

HERE ARE RECORDED NAMES OF OFFICERS AND MEN WHO FELL IN YPRES SALIENT BUT TO WHOM THE FORTUNE OF WAR DENIED THE KNOWN AND HONOURED BURIAL GIVEN TO THEIR COMRADES IN DEATH.
 
Lees, Edward Alexander (I328)
 
161 Edward A Lees served with the Canadian Infantry (The Canadian Corps - 3rd Canadian Division, 7th Canadian Brigade, 49th (Edmonton) Battalion Canadian Infantry), Service Number: 402562. during W.W.1.
First enlisted as part of the 34th Battalion - 2nd Reinforcing Draft (Jan 12, 1915).

He was killed in action at Ypres (Ieper) Belgium (possibly during the Battle of Mount Sorrel), and his memorial is on a wall of the Menin Gate.

(http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/remembers/sub.cfm?source=collections/virtualmem/Detail&casualty=1593789)
The Menin Gate Memorial is situated at the eastern side of the town of Ypres (now Ieper) in the Province of West Flanders, on the road to Menin and Courtrai. It bears the names of 55,000 men who were lost without trace during the defence of the Ypres Salient in the First World War.

Carved in stone above the central arch are the words:

TO THE ARMIES OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE WHO STOOD HERE FROM 1914 TO 1918 AND TO THOSE OF THEIR DEAD WHO HAVE NO KNOWN GRAVE.

Over the two staircases leading from the main Hall is the inscription:

HERE ARE RECORDED NAMES OF OFFICERS AND MEN WHO FELL IN YPRES SALIENT BUT TO WHOM THE FORTUNE OF WAR DENIED THE KNOWN AND HONOURED BURIAL GIVEN TO THEIR COMRADES IN DEATH. 
Lees, Edward Alexander (I378)
 
162 Emigrated to Canada 1837 and was on farm Lot 25 Conc 1 Ellice- Went to Waterloo Co.  Lehmann, Jacob (I2872)
 
163 Emigrated to Canada 1837 and was on farm Lot 25 Conc 1 Ellice- Went to Waterloo Co. Lehmann, Jacob (I2830)
 
164 Family Notes/Observations
- 1851 census, England, William, Samuel, and John still at home are
joined by Charles 9, who would be your ancestor. (Greenough)
1881 Canadian Census, Charles Casstick, Downie, Perth South, Ontario
Name Marital Status Gender Origin Age/last Birthplace Occupation Religion
Charles CASSTICK M Male English 39 England Religion: Church of England
Caroline CASSTICKM Female English 36 Ontario Church of England
Charles CASSTICK Male English10 USA Church of England
William CASSTICK Male English 9 Ontario Church of England
James CASSTICK Male English 7 Ontario Church of England
Robert CASSTICK Male English 5 Ontario Church of England
Edith CASSTICK Female English 2 Ontario Church of England
Sarahan CASSTICK Female English 1 Ontario Church ofEngland
FHL Film: 1375907 NAC C-13271 Dist: 171 Sub Dist: D Div: 1 Pge: 33
Hse/Nbr: 132 (LDS)
Notes/Observations
- From a posting on the "Genforum/msg-brd", "John Cosstick, Birthplace:
Ontario". Charles had an older brother John, (MB)
- The 1881 Canadian Census and the Marriage Registration would both
indicate birthyear - 1841. 
Cosstick, Charles (I744)
 
165 Family Notes/Observations
- Birth, marriage, death 1962 and burial dates and places, information
per (MB)
Post-em Notes
- Richard Samuel Cosstick died 26November 1965, not 1962 and was buried
28 November 1965. (P Blackstock) 
Cosstick, Richard Samuel (I754)
 
166 Family Notes/Observations - 1851 census, England, William, Samuel, and John still at home are joined by Charles 9, who would be your ancestor. (Greenough) 1881 Canadian Census, Charles Casstick, Downie, Perth South, Ontario Name Marital Status Gender Origin Age/last Birthplace Occupation Religion Charles CASSTICK M Male English 39 England Religion: Church of England Caroline CASSTICKM Female English 36 Ontario Church of England Charles CASSTICK Male English10 USA Church of England William CASSTICK Male English 9 Ontario Church of England James CASSTICK Male English 7 Ontario Church of England Robert CASSTICK Male English 5 Ontario Church of England Edith CASSTICK Female English 2 Ontario Church of England Sarahan CASSTICK Female English 1 Ontario Church ofEngland FHL Film: 1375907 NAC C-13271 Dist: 171 Sub Dist: D Div: 1 Pge: 33 Hse/Nbr: 132 (LDS) Notes/Observations - From a posting on the "Genforum/msg-brd", "John Cosstick, Birthplace: Ontario". Charles had an older brother John, (MB) - The 1881 Canadian Census and the Marriage Registration would both indicate birthyear - 1841.
 
Cosstick, Charles (I833)
 
167 Family Notes/Observations - Birth, marriage, death 1962 and burial dates and places, information per (MB) Post-em Notes - Richard Samuel Cosstick died 26November 1965, not 1962 and was buried 28 November 1965. (P Blackstock) Cosstick, Richard Samuel (I843)
 
168 Farm: Lot 25, Concession 3 Logan Township, Perth County, Ontario Herborth, August Friedrich Daniel (I020)
 
169 Farm: Lot 7 Con 5 Downie Township1901 Canadian Census, Geo. Pike, Downie, Perth South, Ontario
Ln# Name Gender Relation Marital B'date Age/last (B'place Emigrate Orig
Nationality Religion Occ)
9 Pike Geo. M Head M Nov 18, 1854 47 Ont r English Ch of Eng Farmer
10 Pike Sarah F Wife M Apr 5, 1881 20 Ont r English Ch of Eng
11 Pike Elizabeth F Daughter S Aug 25, 1898 2 Ont r English Ch of Eng
12 Pike Geo. H. M Son S May 7, 1900 10/12 Ont r English Ch of Eng
Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6491 Dist: #105 Subdist: B-2 Pge 1 Hse/Nbr: 2
(NAC/website)
Note: Marriage and burial dates/places, information per (MB) 
Pike, George (I395)
 
170 Farm: Lot 7 Con 5 Downie Township1901 Canadian Census, Geo. Pike, Downie, Perth South, Ontario
Ln# Name Gender Relation Marital B'date Age/last (B'place Emigrate Orig
Nationality Religion Occ)
9 Pike Geo. M Head M Nov 18, 1854 47 Ont r English Ch of Eng Farmer
10 Pike Sarah F Wife M Apr 5, 1881 20 Ont r English Ch of Eng
11 Pike Elizabeth F Daughter S Aug 25, 1898 2 Ont r English Ch of Eng
12 Pike Geo. H. M Son S May 7, 1900 10/12 Ont r English Ch of Eng
Schedule 1 Microfilm T-6491 Dist: #105 Subdist: B-2 Pge 1 Hse/Nbr: 2
(NAC/website)
Note: Marriage and burial dates/places, information per (MB)
 
Pike, George (I345)
 
171 Find A Grave Source (S24)
 
172 Find A Grave Source (S29)
 
173 Find A Grave Source (S40)
 
174 Find A Grave Source (S47)
 
175 Frederick Wicke would have been almost 21 when he fought against Nepoleon's army in the Battle of Waterloo and received a medallion. On one side of this medallion is recorded "HANNOVERSCHER TAPFERKEIT" and "WATERLOO JUN XVIII" and the other side has a bust and the words "GEORG PRINZ REGENT 1815". On the edge of the medallion is printed "GRENEDIER BATTALION VEEDEN - SOLDAT FRIEDRICK WICKE".

Church records of 1st St. John's, Seebach's Hill, indicate Frederick was born July 1, 1794 and, with his wife, Louisa, immigrated from Lagershausen, Hanover state, Germany in 1846. The 1861 census shows they lived in the village of Sebringville.

On October 27, 1858, a record of the purchase for the one acre plot of land that 2nd St. John's, Wartburg Church is built shows that Charles Famme, Christian Dietrich and Frederick Wicke were trustees of this German Lutheran Church.

Church records of 2nd St. John's Wartburg record his death as Jan. 7, 1868 and burial Jan. 9, 1868.  
Wicke, Johann Frederick (I2083)
 
176 Frederick Wicke would have been almost 21 when he fought against Nepoleon's army in the Battle of Waterloo and received a medallion. On one side of this medallion is recorded "HANNOVERSCHER TAPFERKEIT" and "WATERLOO JUN XVIII" and the other side has a bust and the words "GEORG PRINZ REGENT 1815". On the edge of the medallion is printed "GRENEDIER BATTALION VEEDEN - SOLDAT FRIEDRICK WICKE". Church records of 1st St. John's, Seebach's Hill, indicate Frederick was born July 1, 1794 and, with his wife, Louisa, immigrated from Lagershausen, Hanover state, Germany in 1846. The 1861 census shows they lived in the village of Sebringville. On October 27, 1858, a record of the purchase for the one acre plot of land that 2nd St. John's, Wartburg Church is built shows that Charles Famme, Christian Dietrich and Frederick Wicke were trustees of this German Lutheran Church. Church records of 2nd St. John's Wartburg record his death as Jan. 7, 1868 and burial Jan. 9, 1868. Wicke, Johann Frederick (I2148)
 
177 From death cert (says aged 56?) signed by John Hogan son-in-law McNamara, Margaret (I933)
 
178 From Lethbridge Hearld, 06 Oct 1945:
Mrs. John (Rosie Mae) McGregor,54, Calgary, died in the University hospital in Edmonton Thursday following a lengthy illness.

Born in Mitchell, Ont., Mrs McGregor moved to Brandon, Man.with her family at the age of 10.
She moved to Lethbridge 21 years ago and had lived in Calgary for the past 19 years where her husband has been owner and proprietor of the Banner Grocery Store.

Surviving are her husband, John-, Calgary; one daughter, Mrs. Enid Gwen King, High River; one son, Gareth Herbert, Calgary; her mother, Mrs. D. Herbert, Calgary; two brothers, .Gordon Herbert, Kelowna, B.C.; Laverne Herbert, Toronto; and two grandchildren. 
Herbert, Rossie May (I039)
 
179 From Local Family Report:
http://www.ortsfamilienbuecher.de/famreport.php?ofb=NLF&ID=I35132&nachname=BARTELS&lang=en

In the U.S. are five brothers and one sister mentioned without further information

Occupation: Pastor 
Bartels, Gustav Adolf (I2260)
 
180 From Local Family Report: http://www.ortsfamilienbuecher.de/famreport.php?ofb=NLF&ID=I35132&nachname=BARTELS&lang=en In the U.S. are five brothers and one sister mentioned without further information Occupation: Pastor Bartels, Gustav Adolf (I2224)
 
181 German Tax/Land records:
Kopfsteuerbeschreibung:
1686 Caspar Harbord, Großkötner, oo N.N.
1689 Caspar Harbord (2 Mg.; 27 Gr.) oo N.N, (12 Gr.). Kinder: Ernst Jürgen (6 J.),
Hans Jürgen (4 J.), Anna Maria (1 ½ J.). Ackerjunge Hans Kastorp (9 Gr.).
Kleinmagd Dorothea Otten (8 Gr.). Ein Viertel der Schäferei (27 Gr.); Ruhmanns
Land (30 Mg.; l Th. 18 Gr.); Brauers Land (7 Mg.; 18 Gr.).
 
Harborth, Caspar Marcus (I1658)
 
182 German Tax/Land records: Kopfsteuerbeschreibung: 1686 Caspar Harbord, Großkötner, oo N.N. 1689 Caspar Harbord (2 Mg.; 27 Gr.) oo N.N, (12 Gr.). Kinder: Ernst Jürgen (6 J.), Hans Jürgen (4 J.), Anna Maria (1 ½ J.). Ackerjunge Hans Kastorp (9 Gr.). Kleinmagd Dorothea Otten (8 Gr.). Ein Viertel der Schäferei (27 Gr.); Ruhmanns Land (30 Mg.; l Th. 18 Gr.); Brauers Land (7 Mg.; 18 Gr.). "Herbert Mundhenke: Die Kopfsteuerbeschreibung der Fürstentümer Calenberg-Göttingen and Grubenhagen von 1689, vol. 10, Hildesheim 1964" [the original tax lists are at the Hannover State Archive] p. 127-132 Hammenstedt p. 130 CASPAR HERBORD (2 Morgen farmland, 27 Gr.) and his wife (12 Gr.) children: Ernst Jürgen (6 y.), Hans Jürgen (4 y.) and Anna Maria (1 1/2 y.) "Ackerjunge" (farmworking boy) Hans Kastorp (9 Gr.) "Kleinmagd" (young maid) Dorothea Otten (8 Gr.) 1/4 of the village sheep-farm (27 Gr.) Ruhmann`s land (30 Morgen, 18 Gr.) Brauer`s land (7 Morgen, 18 Gr.) All in all Caspar Herbord (Harborth) had to pay 119 Gr. (Groschen) taxes. 36 Groschen made 1 Taler, so that the tax amount was 3 Taler and 1 Groschen The taxed land was 39 Morgen. One Morgen had 2621.1 square meters, so that 39 Morgen were 102222.9 square meters or 25.26 acres. This might sound like a small plot of land for American measures, but in Germany this already was a middle size farm. Ruhmann`s and Brauer`s land were taxed much lower as the normal farmland. It seems to be possible that this land was of lower quality. There were two other Herbord households in Hammenstedt in 1689: p. 128 HANS HERBORD`s widow (43 Morgen, 3 Taler, 24 Gr.) farmhand Hans Gottschalk (1 Taler) maid Sophia (12 Gr.) Hans Herbord`s widow was one of the biggest tax payers in Hammenstedt. It seems to be probable that she owned a big house and good farmland. p. 132 HEINRICH HARBORD, a small miller (at a water mill) (2 Taler) and his wife (24 Gr.) I do not know how Hans and Heinrich Herbord were connected with Caspar Herbord, but I think it is very probable that these three families/households were closely related. In Hammenstedt there were five Hungerland households, three Meinecke households and two Bode ones. Hammenstedt had 337 inhabitants in 1689. Harborth, Caspar Marcus (I1629)
 
183 Gloucestershire Anglican Parish Registers. Gloucestershire Archives, Gloucestershire, England. Source (S97)
 
184 Grocer Scrimgeour, John (I4182)
 
185 Hairry was born on March 3, 1761 and christened on Mar. 12, 1761. He lived in the Purclewan Mill, as had his father and grandfather who were (black)smith's there, His brother James' close friend was Robert Burns, the poet, who once wrote that "other than his brother Gilbert, McCandlish was his closest friend". Burns and his family lived at nearby Mt. Oliphant farm, which was a short distance from the Alloway Cottage that Burns was born in. It is documented that Robert Burns wrote his first poem at Purclewan Mill, and it was written about the miller's daughter, Nell Kilpatrick. The poem was entitled "Handsome Nell". Burns and McCandlish both attended the school at Dalrymple when they were about 13 years of age.

The name Dalrymple applies to the situation of the village, where the Church of Dalrymple stands, at a bend or the turn of the river Doon. Dalrymple is the nearest town. The river Doon runs along the south and west boundaries of the parish. There are Roman ruins to be found in the parish. Marquis of Ailsa; and R.A. Oswald, Esq. of Auchencruive; Mrs. Leslie Cumming; and Andrew Hunter, Esq. of Bonnieton are the major landowners. The land was primarily used for, parley, bear, potato, turnip, beans, peas, wheat, oats, and cheese. The population in 1791 was 380. The population in 1831 was 964. The registers of births and marriages begins in 1699, The register of death begins in 1739, and ends in 1793, but begins again in 1816. There is no other place of worship but the parish church, and with the exception of 4 or 5 Dissenters the worshippers are all of the Established Church.

This account was written in 1837.
 
McCandlish, Hairry (I107)
 
186 History of Floyd County, Iowa
Chicago: Inter-state Publishing Co., 1882.

Union Township-p1088

George Barth Page 1088

Deceased, was born in Canada, Aug. 12, 1836. He remained in Canada, engaged in farming, till the 9th of March, 1872, when he came to Floyd County, Ia., and bought a farm where the family still resides, on section 2, Union Township, about three miles northeast of Marble Rock. His first purchase was three eightys; he afterward bought the balance of section 2, making the only full section farm in Union Township. Upon this farm was a small building. This he added to and rebuilt, so that now it is a large farm-house. This farm was all wild land except 150 acres. It has since all been cultivated, except 160 acres, which is kept for pasture and timber. Upon this farm Mr. Barth lived until his death, which occurred March 20, 1878. He was married in Canada, July 9, 1863, to Mary Harbert, who was born in Germany, Feb. 29, 1843, and went to Canada with her parents when she was about four years of age. The family consists of seven children – Mary, Margaret, George, Lydia, John, Daniel and William. Mr. and Mrs. Barth were members of the Lutheran church, and Mrs. Barth is still a member of the same. 
Barth, George (I365)
 
187 History of Floyd County, Iowa Chicago: Inter-state Publishing Co., 1882. Union Township-p1088 George Barth Page 1088 Deceased, was born in Canada, Aug. 12, 1836. He remained in Canada, engaged in farming, till the 9th of March, 1872, when he came to Floyd County, Ia., and bought a farm where the family still resides, on section 2, Union Township, about three miles northeast of Marble Rock. His first purchase was three eightys; he afterward bought the balance of section 2, making the only full section farm in Union Township. Upon this farm was a small building. This he added to and rebuilt, so that now it is a large farm-house. This farm was all wild land except 150 acres. It has since all been cultivated, except 160 acres, which is kept for pasture and timber. Upon this farm Mr. Barth lived until his death, which occurred March 20, 1878. He was married in Canada, July 9, 1863, to Mary Harbert, who was born in Germany, Feb. 29, 1843, and went to Canada with her parents when she was about four years of age. The family consists of seven children – Mary, Margaret, George, Lydia, John, Daniel and William. Mr. and Mrs. Barth were members of the Lutheran church, and Mrs. Barth is still a member of the same. Barth, George (I315)
 
188 http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/View.jsp?id=26499&highlight=21&desc=1911+Census+of+Canada+page+containing+Daniel+Herbert Herbert, Daniel (I030)
 
189 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I898)
 
190 http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/windsorstar/obituary.aspx?n=lynda-loucks&pid=16221357
 
Horst, Lynda Ann (I130)
 
191 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141663106/Charles-Ferrier
Charles Ferrier was a shipmaster. When he retired from sailing ships he became a Vintner.

Charles married Margaret Cicy Muir 12 Jul 1789
Arbroath
Children John 14 Dec 1790; David 15 Jul 1793; James 19 Jun 1796; Elizabeth 25 May 1798; Mary 25 July 1800; Margaret 25 Jul 1803;

Charles died 10 Jan 1831 bur 13 Jan 1831 age 64
Margaret died 28 Apr 1834 67

signed for Mary Alexander to get married to Wm Colville
1820

1841 is this him Census Arbroath, Lady Loan, Angus,Scot
Parish number 272
Charles Ferrier 70 born abt 1771
born Angus Scotland,
Address: Keptie St
Occupation Linen HLW
Household, Charles Ferrier, Elizabeth Ferrier, Elizabeth Walkerer
 
Ferrier, Charles (I4043)
 
192 If progress in commerce has been marked, in manufacturing departments it is equally apparent. In 1869, a planing mill and furniture factory was established, employing three hands, of which the proprietors, Messrs. Kalbfleisch and Schaefer, were two. This branch of industry, under careful management, has been quite successful, employing about thirty hands, and occupying a large three-story brick and ironclad building. A saleroom is opened from which goods are sent to every part of Canada. A saw mill is run in connection with this establishment, and great quantities of butter and cheese boxes are supplied to creameries and cheese factories in the surrounding country. In connection with the furniture department, undertaking is also carried on. To meet the demands of an increasing trade, extensions are being made, which will enable the firm to employ a still larger number of hands. In 1885, the original partnership was dissolved, and operations are now carried on by Mr. John Kalbfleisch, as sole proprietor. Mr. Schaefer subsequently opened another planing mill, which he operated for many years. This mill is still running, although it has passed into other hands.



from History of Perth County, 1903.  
Schaefer, Adam (I2695)
 
193 If progress in commerce has been marked, in manufacturing departments it is equally apparent. In 1869, a planing mill and furniture factory was established, employing three hands, of which the proprietors, Messrs. Kalbfleisch and Schaefer, were two. This branch of industry, under careful management, has been quite successful, employing about thirty hands, and occupying a large three-story brick and ironclad building. A saleroom is opened from which goods are sent to every part of Canada. A saw mill is run in connection with this establishment, and great quantities of butter and cheese boxes are supplied to creameries and cheese factories in the surrounding country. In connection with the furniture department, undertaking is also carried on. To meet the demands of an increasing trade, extensions are being made, which will enable the firm to employ a still larger number of hands. In 1885, the original partnership was dissolved, and operations are now carried on by Mr. John Kalbfleisch, as sole proprietor. Mr. Schaefer subsequently opened another planing mill, which he operated for many years. This mill is still running, although it has passed into other hands. from History of Perth County, 1903. The Tavistock Building and Furniture Co. are manufacturers and contractors; their factory has been in operation for a period of about twenty years. It was originally built and managed by H. B. Wilker, but in 1899 the business was bought by Adam Schaefer who was unfortunately killed in the first season by a saw in the factory. The property was then run by the estate until 1903 when it was taken over by the present firm composed of Dr. O. G. Neimeier of Toronto Jct., W. M. Appel (who is also manager of Tavistock Flax Co.) Andrew Appel, assistant manager, H. W. Kalbfleisch manager, under the name of The Tavistock Building and Furniture Co. At present the company has the following the buildings. The large factory in which from twenty to thrity men are kept busy, fully equipped for the manufacture of building materials, such as doors, blinds and all kinds of inside finish for private and public buildings a large dry kiln and the wholesale and retail furniture warerooms. They have also extensive lumber yards in which is stocked shingles, lath and lumber both for their own use and for sale. The firm carry a full line of furniture of all classes for the wholesale and retail trade in their warerooms both of their own manufacture and imported goods. Mr. Kalbfleisch, the manager, looks after the undertaking department personally, in which he has one of the finest equipments in Western Ontario, including a very fine and expensive hearse, casket waggon and one of the most modern casket lowering devices also a complete assortment of caskets and funeral furnishings. Mr. Kalbfleisch makes a specialty of the embalming and preparatory work. he is one of Tavistock's first residents having learned his trade in this town. He was foreman in the factory in which he is now manager for over eight years. He received his education in Stratford and is well-known throughout the country for his business ability adn integrity. Schaefer, Adam (I2504)
 
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F437
 
195 Immigrated with Daniel Harborth in May 1847 Harborth, Johanna Justine Louise (I1636)
 
196 Immigrated with Daniel Harborth in May 1847 Harborth, Johanna Justine Louise (I1607)
 
197 International Genealogical Index - British Isles
SAMUEL COSTICK, Male, Christening: 14 JUL 1792, Seaford, Sussex, England
Parents - THOMAS COSTICK & MARY
Batch No.: J148481 Dates: 1559 - 1812 Source Call No.: 1067360 Type: Fi
Printout Call No.: NONE Type: Sheet: 00 (LDS)
Notes/Observations
- This could beour Samuel Cosstick m: Mary.
- I can add another spelling to the list below, Casstick from an 1881
census in Canada.
Notes/Observations - BGreenough
- Samuel Cosstick born c1792 married Mary Weller c1801.
Children William c1832, Samuel c1836, John c 1838, Charles c1842 all
born Croydon Surrey England.
- Samuels Father was Thomas Coulstick c1757 wife Mary Green c1767.
- Thomas' father was Samuel Coulstick c1728 wife Elizabeth Collingham
c1727.
- this Samuels father was again Samuel Coulstick c1694 his wife Ann
Holman c1700.
- and this Samuel had a father Thomas Coulstick c1660 wife Susannah
Townsett c1660.
- Finally Thomas had father John Coulstock c1635 wife Mary Court c1635.
As you will see the name has undergone variations on some occasions
being Cowstick or Cawstick.
1841 Census, Samuel Costick, Croydon, england
Name Relation Age
Samuel Costick 49
Mary Costick wife 40
Elizabeth Costick daughters 14
Joseph Costick son 11
William Costick son 9
George Costick son 8
Samuel Costick son 5
John Costick son 3
James Weller (Greenough)
Notes/Observations
- also James living with them, presumably Marys Father. Sadly 1841
censusgives very little information. All the above living in Croydon.
- 1851 census, William, Samuel, and John still at home are joined by
Charles 9, who wouldbe your ancestor. James Weller now 83 is described
as an Artillery pensioner. (Greenough) 
Cosstick, Samuel (I758)
 
198 International Genealogical Index - British Isles SAMUEL COSTICK, Male, Christening: 14 JUL 1792, Seaford, Sussex, England Parents - THOMAS COSTICK & MARY Batch No.: J148481 Dates: 1559 - 1812 Source Call No.: 1067360 Type: Fi Printout Call No.: NONE Type: Sheet: 00 (LDS) Notes/Observations - This could beour Samuel Cosstick m: Mary. - I can add another spelling to the list below, Casstick from an 1881 census in Canada. Notes/Observations - BGreenough - Samuel Cosstick born c1792 married Mary Weller c1801. Children William c1832, Samuel c1836, John c 1838, Charles c1842 all born Croydon Surrey England. - Samuels Father was Thomas Coulstick c1757 wife Mary Green c1767. - Thomas' father was Samuel Coulstick c1728 wife Elizabeth Collingham c1727. - this Samuels father was again Samuel Coulstick c1694 his wife Ann Holman c1700. - and this Samuel had a father Thomas Coulstick c1660 wife Susannah Townsett c1660. - Finally Thomas had father John Coulstock c1635 wife Mary Court c1635. As you will see the name has undergone variations on some occasions being Cowstick or Cawstick. 1841 Census, Samuel Costick, Croydon, england Name Relation Age Samuel Costick 49 Mary Costick wife 40 Elizabeth Costick daughters 14 Joseph Costick son 11 William Costick son 9 George Costick son 8 Samuel Costick son 5 John Costick son 3 James Weller (Greenough) Notes/Observations - also James living with them, presumably Marys Father. Sadly 1841 censusgives very little information. All the above living in Croydon. - 1851 census, William, Samuel, and John still at home are joined by Charles 9, who wouldbe your ancestor. James Weller now 83 is described as an Artillery pensioner. (Greenough) Cosstick, Samuel (I847)
 
199 Interred Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal Quebec
Section L 2184-C, 1 Feb 1984 
Tompkins, Margaret Victoria (I093)
 
200 Interred Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal Quebec Section L 2184-C, 1 Feb 1984
 
Tompkins, Margaret Winnifred Victoria (I243)
 

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