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201 Interred Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal Quebec Section L 2184-C, 1 Feb 1984
 
Tompkins, Margaret Winnifred Victoria (I243)
 
202 Jacob was the son of Jacob and Catherine (Seebach) Schellenberger from Germany (Alsace-Lorraine, FR). He was born in Dettweiler, Bas-Rhin, Elsass (Alsace-Lorraine), FRA. He immigrated to Ontario, Canada, where he married Margaretha Reiber (also born in Germany). They married Dec 7, 1840 in Perth Co., Ontartio. Their children were: Katharina (Oct 1841); Margaretha (Nov 1842); Jacob III Dec 1844); Carolina (Dec 1846)' Henry (Mar 1849) and Salome Sara (Oct 1850); all born in Downie, Perth Co., Ontario. Jacob, Jr. is buried in Sebringville Cemetery in Sebringville, Perth Co., Ontario  Schellenberger, Jacob (I274)
 
203 Jacob was the son of Jacob and Catherine (Seebach) Schellenberger from Germany (Alsace-Lorraine, FR). He was born in Dettweiler, Bas-Rhin, Elsass (Alsace-Lorraine), FRA. He immigrated to Ontario, Canada, where he married Margaretha Reiber (also born in Germany). They married Dec 7, 1840 in Perth Co., Ontartio. Their children were: Katharina (Oct 1841); Margaretha (Nov 1842); Jacob III Dec 1844); Carolina (Dec 1846)' Henry (Mar 1849) and Salome Sara (Oct 1850); all born in Downie, Perth Co., Ontario. Jacob, Jr. is buried in Sebringville Cemetery in Sebringville, Perth Co., Ontario Schellenberger, Jacob (I174)
 
204 James Candlish, M.A., was a medical teacher.

James Candlish, who was born in the same year with Robert Burns, was an intimate friend of the poet. Writing of him to Peter Hill, bookseller, Edinburgh, Burns called him 'Candlish, the earliest friend, except my only brother, whom I have on earth, and one of the worthiest fellows that ever any man called by the name of friend.' 
Candlish, James (I3105)
 
205 James Candlish, M.A., was a medical teacher. James Candlish, who was born in the same year with Robert Burns, was an intimate friend of the poet. Writing of him to Peter Hill, bookseller, Edinburgh, Burns called him 'Candlish, the earliest friend, except my only brother, whom I have on earth, and one of the worthiest fellows that ever any man called by the name of friend.' Candlish, James (I3059)
 
206 Johannes and his wife, Maria Haber, are on line 14 of the Family Register of 1st St. John's Lutheran Church, Seebach's Hill, Perth County, Ontario, Canada. Johannes' birth date is recorded as June 24, 1805 and Maria's birth is June 11, 1807. They immigrated from Reitweiler, Ingenheim, Alsace, France in 1834 with their daughter Margaretha born January 7, 1831. Two sons are recorded born in Ellice Township, Perth County, Ontario - Johannes on January 15, 1834 and Georg born August 12, 1836 and baptised November 26, 1837.

Johannes and Maria, daughter of George and Katherine (Walter) Haber, were married on March 30, 1830 in Reitweiler, Ingenheim, Alsace, France.

Burial records show that Johannes Barth junior died on July 14, 1868 at age 63 years and 20 days, and was buried July 16, 1868 at 1st St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, Seebach's Hill. 
Barth, Johannes (I940)
 
207 Johannes and his wife, Maria Haber, are on line 14 of the Family Register of 1st St. John's Lutheran Church, Seebach's Hill, Perth County, Ontario, Canada. Johannes' birth date is recorded as June 24, 1805 and Maria's birth is June 11, 1807. They immigrated from Reitweiler, Ingenheim, Alsace, France in 1834 with their daughter Margaretha born January 7, 1831. Two sons are recorded born in Ellice Township, Perth County, Ontario - Johannes on January 15, 1834 and Georg born August 12, 1836 and baptised November 26, 1837. Johannes and Maria, daughter of George and Katherine (Walter) Haber, were married on March 30, 1830 in Reitweiler, Ingenheim, Alsace, France. Burial records show that Johannes Barth junior died on July 14, 1868 at age 63 years and 20 days, and was buried July 16, 1868 at 1st St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, Seebach's Hill. Barth, Johannes (I721)
 
208 John was baptized, Johann Ludwich George Wicke on April 12, 1857 at 1st St. John's Lutheran church, Seebach's Hill, Ontario.

He was born and raised in the 1 1/2 story log home which was built on an acre of land at the north east corner of Lot 12, Concession 5 of Ellice township, Perth county. This building was also used for a hotel known as "Wicke's Hotel" and was located between Wartburg and Rostock.

His parents sold this land in 1873 and moved into Rostock.

On May 10, 1881, John married Auguste Marie Wilhelmine Seibert. They lived in Rostock, Ontario and can be found together in the 1891 census. However, there is no record of him following that date.

His mother Caroline's obituary in 1920 mentions only her surviving children. His wife Auguste's obituary also in 1920 stated that she had no family. Incidentally, both Caroline and her daughter-in-law, Auguste are buried next to one another in Second St. John's Cemetery.

What did happen to John Wicke? Family legend has it that there was trouble one night at the Queen's Hotel in Rostock. This property was owned by John's mother between 1880 and 1893. John is said to have brought his shotgun and let off a round, without inflicting injuries to anyone. He then said to have brought the gun back home and left. Did he hide out in the bush? Did the fellows he had a confrontation with find him? Did he leave town or even the country to avoid the law? If so, did he change his name? Could he have gone to Nebraska, as his sister Mary did with her husband, George Baumbach? His younger brother, Edward is said to have also lived for a short time in Nebraska, working as a farm hand.

The legend states that John Wicke's family never heard from him again. 
Wicke, John (I2132)
 
209 John was baptized, Johann Ludwich George Wicke on April 12, 1857 at 1st St. John's Lutheran church, Seebach's Hill, Ontario. He was born and raised in the 1 1/2 story log home which was built on an acre of land at the north east corner of Lot 12, Concession 5 of Ellice township, Perth county. This building was also used for a hotel known as "Wicke's Hotel" and was located between Wartburg and Rostock. His parents sold this land in 1873 and moved into Rostock. On May 10, 1881, John married Auguste Marie Wilhelmine Seibert. They lived in Rostock, Ontario and can be found together in the 1891 census. However, there is no record of him following that date. His mother Caroline's obituary in 1920 mentions only her surviving children. His wife Auguste's obituary also in 1920 stated that she had no family. Incidentally, both Caroline and her daughter-in-law, Auguste are buried next to one another in Second St. John's Cemetery. What did happen to John Wicke? Family legend has it that there was trouble one night at the Queen's Hotel in Rostock. This property was owned by John's mother between 1880 and 1893. John is said to have brought his shotgun and let off a round, without inflicting injuries to anyone. He then said to have brought the gun back home and left. Did he hide out in the bush? Did the fellows he had a confrontation with find him? Did he leave town or even the country to avoid the law? If so, did he change his name? Could he have gone to Nebraska, as his sister Mary did with her husband, George Baumbach? His younger brother, Edward is said to have also lived for a short time in Nebraska, working as a farm hand. The legend states that John Wicke's family never heard from him again. Wicke, John (I2047)
 
210 Killed in Action WWII
Flight Sergent RCAF
Cemetery: HANOVER WAR CEMETERY

Service Number: R/92042
Age: 26
Force: Air Force
Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force
Division: 428 Sqdn.  
Herbert, Garnet McMillan (I1054)
 
211 Killed in Action WWII Flight Sergent RCAF Cemetery: HANOVER WAR CEMETERY Service Number: R/92042 Age: 26 Force: Air Force Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force Division: 428 Sqdn. Herbert, Garnet McMillan (I1031)
 
212 Killed in Action, WW2, S/N36102562, SGT. Sipple, William G (I2440)
 
213 Killed in Action, WW2, S/N36102562, SGT. Sippel, William G (I2351)
 
214 Lancashire BMD Bolton 27/6/464 Family F1011
 
215 LancashireBMD FTH19/349 Mother maiden name MORT Wardle, Robert (I3533)
 
216 Lavern M. Herbert- Calgary, General Secretary. - 1949-1966 Herbert, Lavern M. J. (I040)
 
217 Lavern M. Herbert- Calgary, General Secretary. - 1949-1966 Worked for the YMCA: http://gary-schof.com/TLArchives.html In 1936 Lavern Herbert was attending George Williams College in Chicago having already served as the General Secretary of the Brandon YMCA. When he graduated, he became the Program Secretary at the YMCA of Quebec in 1937. http://ww2.glenbow.org/search/archivesPhotosResults.aspx?XC=/search/archivesPhotosResults.aspx&TN=IMAGEBAN&AC=QBE_QUERY&RF=WebResults&DL=0&RL=0&NP=255&MF=WPEngMsg.ini&MR=10&QB0=AND&QF0=File+number&QI0=PA-1599-282-29&CISOPTR=DF=WebResultsDetails Herbert, Lavern Mervin Jewell (I440)
 
218 Listed as a soldier in marriage register

 
Harborth, Johann Christian Daniel (I018)
 
219 Listed as a soldier in marriage register
70 Hammenstedters Emigrated - by Wilhelm Zimmerman as published in "The Northeimer Heimatblatter" in January 1961.

The years 1847, 1848 and 1854 were years of travel for many Hammenstedters. At that time 69 inhabitants of the small village left their home and emigrated to America. What induced these ment to turn their backs on their home? Did they hope to find their luck in the new World? Was it the longing to work some land? This last question seems to have been the desire of our immigrants. In most cases it was about simple day laborers, who at the time had inadequate livelihood at home and who hoped for and found property on the other side of the ocean. In 1847 there were 19 families in 1848 one adn in 1854 the last family immigrated to Canada. The 21 families dispersed this way: One of each family Grobkopf, Hungerland and Kahle; than the Dempewolf and the four families of Harborth, Knoke, Rode and Ronnenberg. The goal was upper Canada. The emigrants were very welcome here in the middle of the last century; becausehuge expanses of land awaited cultivating and they viewed especially well the diligent and hardworking Germans. It should also be stressed that today the families of Grobkopf, Knoke and Ronnenberg are not found in Hammenstedt anymore while the names of Dempewolf, Harborth, Hungerland, Kahle and Rode have maintained to the present time. Years ago the contributer received a newspaper clipping from a Canadian newspaper from a person named Knoke. This Knoke is a relative of the Wilhelmine Knoke about which the article reports. It is written in the English language. It is written about the death of a woman of Hammenstedt. The inscription reads "Gone to Rest". On April 21 (unfortunately the year is missing) Fr. Wilhelmine Hillemann was called to her heavnly home after a sickness that lasted only 5 days. The reason for her death was old age. W. Knoke was born on Jan 9, 18 (according to Church records 1826:see below) in Hammenstedt Hannover Kingdom. She landed in Canada with her parents in 1846. On June 23 1852 she married Mr. W.H. Hillemann in Canada. To this union 8 children were born, 3 sons and 5 daughters. The oldest daughter born in Canada the rest of the children in Winnishiek Co. near Locust. In 1854 they traveled to Iowa. They arrived in Lansing but at that time there were still no Pullman Cars or automobiles so that they had to follow Indian paths from Lansing to Locust where they farmed until 1894. They then retired and moved to Decorah, where they have lived ever since. Mr. and Mrs Hillemann belonged t the first settlers of Winnishiek Co. and the nearest markets were Lansing and LaCrosse Wisconsin, to which they had to drive their products by oxen. Her husband and two sons preceed her in death. The remaining children were with her when she drew her last breath on her bed, leaving a son W. Hillemann in Burr Oak and 5 daughters and Henry Knoke of Decorah plus other friends and relatives. The funeral was held in the funeral home on Sunday April 22 at 2 o'clock by Pastor Willel, she rests in peace.

Note: excerpt from the church book: 1826. On Jan 9 Johanne Justine Harborth wife of Heinrich Friedrick Knoke gave birth to a daughter, who was baptized on January 29 and named Carline Wilhelmine Elizabeth. She emigrated to upper Canada in May 1847, with her father and 4 siblings and 32 other Hammenstedters. Her mother had already died in 1845; her husband was a day laborer.

Daniel Herborth (Herbert), leased Con. 3 Lot 32 in 1847; the original leasee was George Ash. He then purchased the lot in 1854. It was then owned by Christel (Christlieb) Herborth in 1872, Norman Herborth in 1917, Franklin & Gordon A. Herborth in 1937, Gordon A. Herborth in 1947, and in 1966 was sold to Hillock Farms Ltd. (Gordon Herborth & Sons).

Excerpt from "Echoes of Ellice; Ellice Township 1827-1987):

"Daniel and Amelia (Meinecke) Herborth had five children. The first four were born in Hammenstedt, Hanover, Germany: Wilhelmine, born 1835 (married William Bode, lived in Logan Township); August born 1840 (later married Annie Reeves); Chrn, born 1841 (later married Amelia Hennick); and Amelia (married George Barth, went to Iowa). August and Christian took up land in Logan Township and later changed the spelling of their name to Herbert.

The Herborth's came to Canada in 1847, and they had another child in this country Christlieb (Christel) born Christmas Day 1851 (married Sophia Maria Frier, took over this farm and Lot 31, Concession 4).

Daniel was listed as a day labourer when he came to Canada, but he had previously been in the army in Germany. It was probably then that he learned something about the medical profession. Here in Canada he was sometimes called upon to reuch service. One story has it that, when an Irishman from Kinkora came here to have a tooth pulled, Daniel gave him a swig of whisky and told him to hold it in his mouth while the extraction took place. However, in a few seconds the man said that it had slipped and he had swallowed it. So Daniel gave him another swig, only to have the same thing happen again. This happened four or five times, until the man was ready to have his tooth pulled.

The first house on this farm was a single-storey log residence built by George Esch, probably in 1842. That house and a log barn were near the east side of the farm, and around them an orchard was planted. The second house, a 1 1/2-storeye house, was built in about 1875. It was closer to the road and farther west than the log house. It is said the frame house was burned in the late 1890's, and the present red-brick house was then built by Christel Herborth to replace it. After the frame house was built, Daniel and Amelia lived in the log house. Daniel died in 1876, Amelia in 1895. The large bank barn, west of the log house and north of the frame house, was here until 1990.

Christlieb and Sophia had four children: Catherine, 1881-1886 (died of diphtheria); Frank, 1884-1950 (married Emma Schellenberger, lived on Lot 31, Con. 2); Eleanora, 1887-1954 (married William Eisler, lived in Logan Township); and Norman, 1937 (married Irene Rock of Brodhage, lived on this farm). Norman died in January 1937; his father Christel died in Dec. of the same year.

The Herborth's were better-than-average farmers. They had good crops and the best of livestock, accommodated in painted barns with immaculate barnyards. In 1917, Norman and Irene took over this farm. They had no children. Norman was one e first farmers to use chemical fertilizer. Because his crops were usually better than his neighbours', others soon followed his example. After Norman's death, in 1937, ownership of the farm went to his brother Frank and Frank's son Gordon. They farmed it, along with their property on Lot 31, Con. 2. After Gordon married in 1939, Frank and his wife Emma lived in the house here. When Frank died in 1950, Emma moved to Stratford. In 1947, title of this farm went to Gordon Herborth and in 1966 to Hillock Farms Ltd., of which Gordon and his sons were the principals. The Herborth's severed the red-brick house and an acre from this property in 1965. Hans and Angelica Diemand bought this farm in 1973 and, with their sons, they operated it until 1977."
 
Harborth, Johann Christian Daniel (I418)
 
220 Listed in the Petworth Immigration Scheme as immigrating to Canada from Heyshott, West Sussex, England in 1837 with his wife Mary (Lucy), & his 7 children.

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1842 John Edwards was shown in the 1842 Canada Census living in Montreal with his 7 children & his wife Lucy.

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In the 1851 Upper Canada Census his daughter Naomi EDWARDS was shown age 17, working as a servant in a household in Woodstock,Ontario.

She belonged to the Church of England (Anglican). She also was shown as being born in Lower Canada (Quebec).

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In the 1851 Woodstock Gazetteer it shows John Edwards as having 7 children.

Note! Some mix up here for Naomi's family is listed on The Petworth Immigration Scheme as immigrating to Lower Canada from Heyshott, West Sussex, England in 1837 with her father John Edwards & his 2 nd. wife Lucy Mary Upton had 1 child together.

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1851 John Edwards is shown in the 1851 census living at #3 Hamilton St., Woodstock,Ontario,Canada. His occupation was shown as a brick layer. He was living with his second wife Lucy & 2 children. The youngest child being Mary Ann Edwards?s age 8 years born in Canada. The next older child William age 13 & he was born in Kent, England.

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1852 John Edwards was shown in the 1852 Woodstock Gazetteer living in Woodstock,Ontario,Canada as a bricklayer.

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1854 John Edwards is shown purchasing Lot 6, Con. 12 Downie Township, Perth County, on Feb.17, 1854. Date of Registry 30 March 1854. Land registration # 193. He purchased 100 acres for 68 pounds, 15 shillings, 0 pence of British money at the time period.

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1855 John Edwards was shown in the 1855 Assessment roll as still living at # 3 Hamilton St. Roll # 128.

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1862 Will

In John Edwards Will dated June 20 1862 & executed on 27 June 1862, with George Edwards & Alfred Edwards as executors Instrument # 1634.

John Edwards died about June 1862, his will left 1/8 share of the land of lot 6, con 12 to all of his 8 children.

John Edwards bequeathed to Mary Ann Edwards (his daughter) 1/8th. part of lot 6, Con 12 commencing at the north boundary & running the whole width of said lot. John Edwards also bequeathed to Mary Ann a one acre lot at Lot 6, Con 11, Downie Townshiph,Perth County,(Woodstock), Ontario,Canada. this had been brought off James CRAWSHAY.

John also bequeathed to Mary Ann 1 Cow.

John Edwards bequeathed to his daughter Naomi Edwards 1/8 part of lot 6, concession 12, Downie Township, commencing at the southerly boundary of the 6th. part willed to Janet Jane (Edwards) Pike & running the whole width of said lot. John Edwards also bequeaths to his daughter Naomi all & singular that contain parcel or tract of land & premise situated lying & being in the town of Woodstock, in the county of Oxford containing by a measurement 5,760 square feet described in the deed as per Henry J. Burtch. John also bequeaths to his daughter Naomi his team of horses to be delivered in good condition on the 1st. day of April 1863. 
Edwards, John (I741)
 
221 Listed in the Petworth Immigration Scheme as immigrating to Canada from Heyshott, West Sussex, England in 1837 with his wife Mary (Lucy), & his 7 children. SOURCE: 1842 John Edwards was shown in the 1842 Canada Census living in Montreal with his 7 children & his wife Lucy. SOURCE: In the 1851 Upper Canada Census his daughter Naomi EDWARDS was shown age 17, working as a servant in a household in Woodstock,Ontario. She belonged to the Church of England (Anglican). She also was shown as being born in Lower Canada (Quebec). SOURCE: In the 1851 Woodstock Gazetteer it shows John Edwards as having 7 children. Note! Some mix up here for Naomi's family is listed on The Petworth Immigration Scheme as immigrating to Lower Canada from Heyshott, West Sussex, England in 1837 with her father John Edwards & his 2 nd. wife Lucy Mary Upton had 1 child together. SOURCE: 1851 John Edwards is shown in the 1851 census living at #3 Hamilton St., Woodstock,Ontario,Canada. His occupation was shown as a brick layer. He was living with his second wife Lucy & 2 children. The youngest child being Mary Ann Edwards?s age 8 years born in Canada. The next older child William age 13 & he was born in Kent, England. SOURCE: 1852 John Edwards was shown in the 1852 Woodstock Gazetteer living in Woodstock,Ontario,Canada as a bricklayer. SOURCE: 1854 John Edwards is shown purchasing Lot 6, Con. 12 Downie Township, Perth County, on Feb.17, 1854. Date of Registry 30 March 1854. Land registration # 193. He purchased 100 acres for 68 pounds, 15 shillings, 0 pence of British money at the time period. SOURCE: 1855 John Edwards was shown in the 1855 Assessment roll as still living at # 3 Hamilton St. Roll # 128. SOURCE: 1862 Will In John Edwards Will dated June 20 1862 & executed on 27 June 1862, with George Edwards & Alfred Edwards as executors Instrument # 1634. John Edwards died about June 1862, his will left 1/8 share of the land of lot 6, con 12 to all of his 8 children. John Edwards bequeathed to Mary Ann Edwards (his daughter) 1/8th. part of lot 6, Con 12 commencing at the north boundary & running the whole width of said lot. John Edwards also bequeathed to Mary Ann a one acre lot at Lot 6, Con 11, Downie Townshiph,Perth County,(Woodstock), Ontario,Canada. this had been brought off James CRAWSHAY. John also bequeathed to Mary Ann 1 Cow. John Edwards bequeathed to his daughter Naomi Edwards 1/8 part of lot 6, concession 12, Downie Township, commencing at the southerly boundary of the 6th. part willed to Janet Jane (Edwards) Pike & running the whole width of said lot. John Edwards also bequeaths to his daughter Naomi all & singular that contain parcel or tract of land & premise situated lying & being in the town of Woodstock, in the county of Oxford containing by a measurement 5,760 square feet described in the deed as per Henry J. Burtch. John also bequeaths to his daughter Naomi his team of horses to be delivered in good condition on the 1st. day of April 1863. Edwards, John (I831)
 
222 Little August's death was the first death recorded in Church records for 1st St. John's Lutheran Church, Seebach's Hill. The following is the text recorded for his burial: When Jesus saw this, he was indignant. He said to them, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Mark 10:14  Wicke, August (I2092)
 
223 Little August's death was the first death recorded in Church records for 1st St. John's Lutheran Church, Seebach's Hill. The following is the text recorded for his burial: When Jesus saw this, he was indignant. He said to them, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Mark 10:14 Wicke, August (I2007)
 
224 Lived at 208 Princess Ave Brandon Manitoba in 1911

http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/View.jsp?id=26499&highlight=21&desc=1911+Census+of+Canada+page+containing+Daniel+Herbert
 
Herbert, Daniel (I430)
 
225 Lived at 208 Princess Ave Brandon Manitoba in 1911 Herbert, Daniel (I030)
 
226 Lot 21, Con 4 South Easthope, Perth County Weitzel, Ann (I384)
 
227 Lot 21, Con 4 South Easthope, Perth County Weitzel, Ann (I334)
 
228 Lot 8, Concession 28, Logan Township, Perth County, Ontario, Canada Family F934
 
229 marriage cert says she is 19 Family F343
 
230 Marriage: #013343-00 (Perth Co) James Edward COSSTICK, 25, farmer, Ellice twp., s/o Charles COSSTICK & Caroline illegible, married Margaret Alice SCULLY, 21, Wilberton?, Stratford, d/o Cornelius SCULLY & Bridget QUINN, witn: Anthony SCULLY & Mrs. GAMBLE, both of Stratford, 27 Feb 1900 at Stratford Cosstick, James Edward (I748)
 
231 Marriage: #013343-00 (Perth Co) James Edward COSSTICK, 25, farmer, Ellice twp., s/o Charles COSSTICK & Caroline illegible, married Margaret Alice SCULLY, 21, Wilberton?, Stratford, d/o Cornelius SCULLY & Bridget QUINN, witn: Anthony SCULLY & Mrs. GAMBLE, both of Stratford, 27 Feb 1900 at Stratford 1881 Canadian Census, Charles Casstick, Downie, Perth South, Ontario Name Marital Status Gender Origin Age/last Birthplace Occupation Religion James CASSTICK Male English 7 Ontario Church of England FHL Film: 1375907 NAC C-13271 Dist: 171 Sub Dist: D Div: 1 Pge: 33 Hse/Nbr: 132 (LDS) Note: Birth, and death dates and places, information per (MB) Cosstick, James Edward (I837)
 
232 Master linen weaver Herbst, Friedrich Karl (I1648)
 
233 Master linen weaver Herbst, Friedrich Karl (I1619)
 
234 Member of the First Special Service Force in World War 2 Horst, Robert William (I129)
 
235 Member of the First Special Service Force in World War 2 Horst, Robert William (I129)
 
236 Military Service:

Service Number: A/38237
Force: Army
Unit: Highland Light Infantry of Canada, R.C.I.C.


 
Weitzel, Francis Roy (I3094)
 
237 Mrs. Edna G. Burchill, 87, a resident of the Ritz Lutheran Villa, Mitchell and formerly of RR 2, Dublin passed away peacefully at her residence on Friday, October 8, 2004. Beloved wife of the late John (Jack) Burchill (1994). Loving mother of Ken (Dorothy) of Sarnia, Bob (fiancee Suzanne Grigg) of RR 2, Dublin and Patricia (Mark) Clark of Alma; cherished grandmother of Jeff, Linda, Sarah, Martin, John, Colleen, Carey and Steven and of five great grandchildren. Remembered by her sister Vera Wickie and sister-in-law Irene Eisler, both of Mitchell. Also surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents William and Eleanor (Herborth) Eisler and a brother Gordon Eisler. Edna was a member of the Ephriam Scott Society, Dublin Women's Institute, Mitchell Argricultural Society, First Lutheran Church Ladies Groups, the local Cancer Society and was an active volunteer in the community. Friends were received at the Lockhart Funeral Home, 109 Montreal St., Mitchell on Monday 7-9 p.m. and on Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of funeral service at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Marvin Bublitz officiating. Interment in Knox Presbyterian Cemetery, Mitchell. Memorial donations to First Lutheran Church or charity of one's choice would be appreciated. Eisler, Edna (I213)
 
238 Myocardilis Dawe, Harriett (I849)
 
239 Ninette Herbert, Donald Morris (I1030)
 
240 Not in the 1851 census Tompkins, James (I2833)
 
241 Note: Birth and death dates and places, information per (MB) Cosstick, George Henry (I753)
 
242 Note: Birth and death dates and places, information per (MB) Cosstick, George Henry (I842)
 
243 Note: Birth, death and burial dates and places, information per (MB/dap) Cosstick, Francis Patrick (I755)
 
244 Note: Birth, death and burial dates and places, information per (MB/dap) Cosstick, Francis Patrick (I844)
 
245 Note: Birth, marriage and death dates and places, information per (MB)
 
Cosstick, Herbert (I841)
 
246 Note: Birth, marriage and death dates and places, information per (MB) Cosstick, Herbert (I752)
 
247 Notes/Observations
- Birth, marriage, burial dates / places, information came from Marion. 
Cosstick, Leonora (I751)
 
248 Notes/Observations
- Samuels Father was Thomas Coulstick c1757 wife Mary Greenc1767.
(Greenough)
 
Cosstick, Thomas (I907)
 
249 Notes/Observations
- Samuels Father was Thomas Coulstick c1757 wife Mary Greenc1767.
(Greenough) 
Cosstick, Thomas (I768)
 
250 Notes/Observations - Birth, marriage, burial dates / places, information came from Marion. Cosstick, Leonora (I840)
 

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