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301 SAMUEL COSTICK, Male, Christening: 07 FEB 1836, Saint John The Baptist, Croydon, Surrey, England Parents: - SAMUEL COSTICK & MARY Batch No.: C098651 Dates: 1830 - 1849 Source Call No.: 0395083 Type: Fi Printout Call No.: NONE Type: Film Sheet: 00 (LDS) 1841 Census, Samuel Costick, Croydon, england Name Relation Age Samuel Costick son 5 (Greenough) Notes/Observations - 1851 census, Samuel still at home. (Greenough) Cosstick, Samuel (I906)
 
302 SCHELLENBERGER, Louis Conrad ? Passed away peacefully at Saint Luke?s Place, Cambridge on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 in his 93rd year. He was born in Sebringville, Ontario March 19, 1923, son of the late Edwin and Amanda (Dietrich) Schellenberger.

Louis is survived by his loving wife Janet (Freeze) of 46 years. Loving father of Carol Lamourea-Casey (Mike), Susan Wright (Grahame), Kimberly Orr (Rodney) and David Schellenberger (Mona). Cherished grandfather of 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.

Besides his parents Louis was predeceased by brother Ralph, sisters Marie Faust and Doris Pacquette, sister-in-law Helene, brothers-in-law Carl Faust and Gordon Pacquette.

Lou served overseas in World War II, was a long time homebuilder in Cambridge-Galt and a member of the Galt Homebuilders Association. He was a life time member of the Galt Curling Club and the K-40 club of Galt.

A Celebration of Life for Lou will be held at Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge on Friday, January 15, 2016 from 6 ? 8 pm. 
Schellenberger, Louis Conrad (I978)
 
303 Second Friday of June 1847 according to birth cert of Jane on 12th March 1867 Family F256
 
304 Second Friday of June 1847 according to birth cert of Jane on 12th March 1867 Family F346
 
305 See wiki page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Smith_Candlish 
Candlish, Reverend Robert Smith (I3121)
 
306 Served in WW1: Reg Number 477531, Date of Enlistment August 24, 1915.
Royal Canadian Regiment (28th Fus?)

Wounded during the Battle of the Some, and later discharged.

GSW to left arm causing nerve damage.
Admitted to 1st West gen Hospital Liverpool 23-09-16
Sailed back to Canada (via SS Andania) 16-Dec-1916
Admitted to Can. Convel Hospital Hillington House (Uxbridge) 7-10-16
Discharged 02-03-17

 
Lees, John Perrin (I411)
 
307 Served in WW2 Cosstick, William Thomas Gordon (I1377)
 
308 Served in WW2 Cosstick, William Thomas Gordon (I1299)
 
309 Shoemaker
 
Schmid, Andreas (I1643)
 
310 Shoemaker Schmid, Andreas (I1614)
 
311 SIPPEL, Lorne Henry Emerson - of Brampton, passed away peacefully, on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at Brampton Civic Hospital in his 90th year. Predeceased by his first wife Ethel (Lowe) in 1967 and his second wife Christine (Fisher) in 2008. Loving father of Judy Noble (Red), Brian Sippel (Nancy), Deborah Griffith (Daniel), John Russell (Dianne), Wayne Sippel (Rodie), Grace Strachan (Richard) and Mary Stocking. Grandfather to 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Also survived by his sister Beryl Horst, many cousins, nieces and nephews and good friends. Lorne was predeceased by his parents Emerson and Edna (Kalbfleisch), his brother Kenneth Sippel, his brother-in-law Robert Horst and his sons-in-law Ronald Herborth and Murray Noble. In 1948, after finishing apprenticing as a Machinist at the C.N.R. shops in Stratford, Lorne honed his trade at the shops until 1963. He then joined Cooper-Bessemer and became a Field Service Representative installing and repairing engines, compressors and turbines across the country. Lorne retired as Manager of Field Services Eastern Division for Cooper Energy Services. A great lover of everything outdoors, he was an avid hunter, angler and gardener. Lorne and Chris had won three awards three years running from Brampton on their beautiful front gardens. Lorne was a proud member of the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, the National Geographic Society and the Lake Smith Conservationists. Visitation and Memorial Service will be held at Andrews Community Funeral Centre, 8190 Dixie Road, Brampton, L6T 5N9, starting at 10:30 a.m. Thursday July 2, 2015. The family would appreciate any donations in memory of Lorne be directed to the Canadian Heart and Stroke Society, the Canadian Cancer Society or the Lake Smith Conservationists through the Funeral Home Sippel, Lorne Henry (I048)
 
312 Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007. Source (S101)
 
313 some census say England Moran, Juliana (I3190)
 
314 Son of Andreas Barth and Anna Brechbieler.
Husband of Brigette Bieth, married May 28, 1805.
Father of John, Michael and Theobold Barth.

Alternate birth dates January 2 or 3, 1782 in Quatzenheim, Bas-Rhin, France.

Birth date used was calculated according to the death and burial recorded in the records of 1st St. John's Lutheran Church, Seebach's Hill, Perth County, Ontario. This record states that Johannes Barth died on January 11, 1857 in Fullarton Township, Perth County at the age of 76 years and 4 days and that he was buried on January 13, 1857 by Rev. Fr. W. Tuerk. 
Barth, Johannes (I1305)
 
315 Son of Andreas Barth and Anna Brechbieler. Husband of Brigette Bieth, married May 28, 1805. Father of John, Michael and Theobold Barth. Alternate birth dates January 2 or 3, 1782 in Quatzenheim, Bas-Rhin, France. Birth date used was calculated according to the death and burial recorded in the records of 1st St. John's Lutheran Church, Seebach's Hill, Perth County, Ontario. This record states that Johannes Barth died on January 11, 1857 in Fullarton Township, Perth County at the age of 76 years and 4 days and that he was buried on January 13, 1857 by Rev. Fr. W. Tuerk. Barth, Johannes (I1227)
 
316 Son of Eva Kiebortz Seebach from her first marriage, raised by Andrew Seebach. Jacob Keibortz (I1780)
 
317 Son of Eva Kiebortz Seebach from her first marriage, raised by Andrew Seebach. Jacob Keibortz (I1800)
 
318 Source - Calgary Crematorium Records
www.afhs.ab.ca 
McGregor, John (I425)
 
319 St. Mirin's Family F972
 
320 Stone location: 43.370807, -80.997895

Avondale Cemetery, Section: Q
4 Avondale Avenue , Stratford, Downie Township
Perth County, ON 
Pike, Freeman J (I1536)
 
321 Stroke,Hemiplegia Dawe, John George (I904)
 
322 Tailor Drummond, David (I4180)
 
323 The family story is that Johann Jost Wilker (Wilcker) and Anna Christina Hoffmeyer were wed in Germany. They were listed as farmers in Wallersdorf with 75 acres of marginally arable pasture land. Johan Jost died in Germany in 1835. Apparently the eldest son Johan Henrich preceded the family in immigrating to North America. After selling the land to Henrich Jost Wilcker, Anna and her remaining children immigrated to North America in 1836. They landed at Baltimore and immigrated north to Canada through Pennsylvania, settling in Waterloo, Pert City and Oxford City, Ontario, Canada.
 
Wilker, Johann Jost (I2374)
 
324 The ship "America" set sail from Bremen, Germany and stopped in Southampton, England, before arriving in New York on 16 April 1869. On board were Daniel Neubauer (age 57), his wife Wilhelmina Tesma Neubauer (age 56), and their children Emilie (age 17) and William (age 16). Also travelling with them were their married daughters with their families: John Weise (age 33), his wife Augusta Neubauer Weise (age 32), and their children August (age 8), John (age 6), Gustave (age 4), and William (age .11); August Mueller (age 29), his wife Elizabeth Neubauer Mueller (age 27), and their children Auguste (age .11) and William (age .11). The families entered Logan Township in Ontario on 26 July 1869.
Daniel Neubauer died at the age of 91 years, 9 months, 26 days. He was buried in a churchyard just outside Elmore, Minnesota.

Wilhelmine Tesma died at the age of 66 years, 8 months, 17 days.

With the redrawing of national borders following World War II, Vandsburg and Zempelburg now are located in Poland. Vandsburg is called Wiecbork and Zempelburg is Sepolno Krajenskie.
 
Neubauer, Daniel (I1141)
 
325 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 (I2695)
 
326 Toxemia from burns, senility. Oct 17 1945 Smoking in bed. Ashes set fire to his clothes. Chest and Cosstick, William John (I832)
 
327 Tuberculosis Soley, James (I3511)
 
328 Twin with Marie

Married same day as Marie at Grace Lutheran Church in Mitchell on December 9, 1927 
Wicke, Clara Edith Rachel (I2127)
 
329 Twin with Marie Married same day as Marie at Grace Lutheran Church in Mitchell on December 9, 1927 Wicke, Clara Edith Rachel (I2042)
 
330 Twins: Edward & Hilda Family F478
 
331 Vol 2, pg 229 - Charles COSSTICK, 27, laborer, England, USA, s/o Samuel &
Mary, married Caroline DAWE, 24, Downie twp., same, d/o Richard & Ann,
witn: John DAWE of Downie & Annie McDONALD of Stratford, 3 July 1869 at
Stratford (Marriages/Ont-maryc) 
Family F157
 
332 wikisource biography:
http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Candlish,_Robert_Smith_(DNB00) 
Candlish, Reverend Robert Smith (I3121)
 
333 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.

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Herbert, Lavern M. J. (I040)
 
334 World War 1 Service
Service number 1380, 38546, 204091
Reg: Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Seaforth Highlanders

OR

S/N: S/11209
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
 
Crearie, William (I987)
 
335 World War 1 Service
Service Numbers: 51097, 29701
Regiments: Manchester Reg, Border reg

OR

S/N: 125916
Reg: Supply ??? ASC
 
Crearie, John Willaim (I398)
 
336 World War 1 Service
Service number 1380, 38546, 204091
Reg: Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, Seaforth Highlanders

OR

S/N: S/11209
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders  
Crearie, William (I848)
 
337 World War 1 Service
Service Numbers: 51097, 29701
Regiments: Manchester Reg, Border reg

OR

S/N: 125916
Reg: Supply ??? ASC 
Crearie, John Willaim (I452)
 
338 WW1 Service
Service Number 98998
Royal Field Artillery
Enlisted: 1915
 
Crearie, James (I981)
 
339 WW1 Service
Service Number 98998
Royal Field Artillery
Enlisted: 1915 
Crearie, James (I842)
 
340 WW1 Veteren: Sgt, Co M 40 infantry Frier, John Ferdinand (I562)
 
341 WW1 Veteren: Sgt, Co M 40 infantry Frier, John Ferdinand (I505)
 
342 Schellenberger, Mary (I166)
 
343 [schell.FTW]

Name Suffix: Jr.
 
Schellenberger, Michael (I165)
 
344 [schell.FTW]

Name Suffix: Jr. 
Schellenberger, Michael (I265)
 
345 [schell.FTW]

Name Suffix: Sr.
 
Schellenberger, Michael (I161)
 
346 [schell.FTW]

Name Suffix: Sr.
Nicholas came to Canada in 1832. 
Schellenberger, Nicholas (I271)
 
347 [schell.FTW]

Name Suffix: Sr. 
Schellenberger, Michael (I261)
 
348 [schell.FTW]

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Family F014
 
349 [schell.FTW]

_UID940A558E70BE804DB08402EBDCC3A9290EC4 
Family F011
 
350 [schell.FTW]

_UID9F126809DAF1054A9A35B46327C6403D8C97 
Family F102
 

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