FORDNEY 1851 census on360 page 049 line 01  @ca.on. waterloo_county. waterloo_township section 1 film C11754
01 WANNER {FORDNEY} Anna f 38 Ont Mennonite married
   linked as maiden name  FORDNEY Anna
02 WANNER Elizabeth f 11 Ont Mennonite
03 WANNER Mary f 10 Ont Mennonite
04 WANNER Frances f 8 Ont Mennonite
05 WANNER Hannah f 4 Ont Mennonite
06 WANNER Abraham m 2 Ont Mennonite
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FORDNEY 1851 census on360 page 282 line 09  @ca.on. waterloo_county. waterloo_township section 5 film C11754
09 FORDNEY Christian m 49 Pennsylvania Mennonite labourer married
10 FORDNEY {WENGER} Annie f 35 Pennsylvania Mennonite married
   linked as maiden name  WENGER Annie
    FORDNEY Christian 59 and wife 44 Waterloo South Township 1861 census on424 page 025 line 01
11 FORDNEY Lydia f 11 Ont Mennonite
    FORDNEY Lidia 20 with parents Waterloo South Township 1861 census on424 page 025 line 01
12 FORDNEY Peter m 9 Ont Mennonite
    FORDNEY Peter 19 with parents Waterloo South Township 1861 census on424 page 025 line 01
13 FORDNEY Sarah f 7 Ont Mennonite
    FORDNEY Sarah 16 with parents Waterloo South Township 1861 census on424 page 025 line 01
14 FORDNEY Solomon m 6 Ont Mennonite
    FORDNEY Solomon 15 with parents Waterloo South Township 1861 census on424 page 025 line 01
15 FORDNEY Christian m 4 Ont Mennonite
    FORDNEY Christian 11 with parents Waterloo South Township 1861 census on424 page 025 line 01
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FORDNEY 1851 census on360 page 282 line 31  @ca.on. waterloo_county. waterloo_township section 5 film C11754
31 FORDNEY Jacob m 71 Pennsylvania Mennonite gentleman married
32 FORDNEY {?} Eve f 78 Pennsylvania Mennonite married
33 CHOVERS George m 32 Germany Mennonite farm labourer
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FORECYTHE 1851 census on043 page 117 line 30  @ca.on.durham_county. hope_township section 3 film C11718 lds349203
30 FORECYTHE Robert m 19 Ont BibleChristian labourer

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FORECYTHE 1851 census on246 page 051 line 24  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
24 FORESYTHE David m 44 Ont PMeth farmer married
25 FORESYTHE {LYONS} Phebe f 35 Ont PMeth married
   linked as maiden name  LYONS Phebe
    FORSYTH David 50 and wife Pheba 37 Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 066 line 16
26 FORESYTHE James m 23 Ont PMeth labourer
    FORECYTHE James 33 and wife Mary A. 27 Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 055 line 43
27 FORESYTHE William m 22 Ont PMeth labourer
28 FORESYTHE Alex? m 20 Ont PMeth labourer
29 FORESYTHE Daniel m 16 Ont PMeth labourer
30 FORESYTHE Susan f 14 Ont PMeth
31 FORESYTHE Freeman m 12 Ont PMeth
32 FORESYTHE Samuel m 10 Ont PMeth
33 FORESYTHE Vanburen m 9 Ont PMeth
    FORSYTH Vanburen 18 with parents Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 066 line 16
    FORESYTH Vanburen 26 and wife Lydia 20 Uxbridge Township 1871 census district 049a3 family 172
    FORSYTH VanBuren 40 and wife Lydia 32 Uxbridge Township 1881 census district 133a1 family 0242
    FORSYTH VanBuren 46 and wife Lyda 41 Uxbridge Township 1891 census district 102d1 family 048
34 FORESYTHE Ellen f 6 Ont PMeth
35 FORESYTHE Alonzo m 4 Ont PMeth
36 FORESYTHE Phebe m 1 Ont PMeth

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FOREHAM 1851 census on008 page 081 line 18  @ca.on. brant_county.dumfries_south_township section 1 film C11713 lds349199
18 FOREHAM Michael m 23 Ire RC married
19 FOREHAM {?} Nancy f 46 Ire RC married
20 FOREHAM Mary f 14 Ire RC
21 FOREHAM Lyman m 6 Ire RC
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FOREMAN 1851 census on145 page 013 line 12  @ca.on.huron_county.colborne_township film C11728 lds0349215
12 FOREMAN John m 30 Eng CofE farmer married
13 FOREMAN {?} Sarah f 28 Eng CofE married
14 FOREMAN Susannah f 8 Canada CofE
15 FOREMAN William m 2 Canada CofE

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FOREMAN 1851 census on244 page 073 line 06  @ca.on.ontario_county. whitby_township film C11742 lds0349229
06 FOREMAN Thomas C. m 25 Scotland UPresb clerk
    Whitby in OGSPI by OGS Durham Region Branch

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FOREMAN 1851 census on245 page 039 line 12  @ca.on.ontario_county. pickering_township film C11742 lds0349229
12 FOREMAN John m 52 Eng WMeth farmer married
13 FOREMAN {?} Mary Ann f 50 Eng WMeth married
14 FOREMAN John m 22 Eng WMeth labourer
15 FOREMAN Thomas m 12 Eng WMeth
16 FOREMAN Isabel f 9 Eng WMeth

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FOREMAN 1851 census on245 page 169 line 01  @ca.on.ontario_county. pickering_township film C11742 lds0349229
01 FOREMAN George m 50 Eng WMeth farmer married
02 FOREMAN {?} Mary Ann f 49 Eng WMeth married
03 FOREMAN Elisa f 18 New_Brunswick WMeth
    FOREMAN Eliza married 1855 to PICKARD John
    PICKARD John 40 and wife Eliza 27 Pickering Township 1861 census on274 page 060 line 26
    PICKARD John 48 and wife Eliza 37 Pickering Township 1871 census district 048a2 family 165
04 FOREMAN Mariah f 6 PEI WMeth
05 FOREMAN Thomas m 17 PEI WMeth labourer

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FOREST 1851 census on244 page 283 line 48  @ca.on.ontario_county. whitby_township film C11742 lds0349229
48 LUMSDEN Thomas m 24 east_indies CofE farmer married
49 LUMSDEN {?} Sabina f 22 Eng CofE married
50 LUMSDEN Thomas m 1 Ont CofE
    page 285
01 HADDEN George m 20 Eng CofE labourer
02 LATIMORE George m 25 Eng CofE =
03 FOREST Jane f 18 Eng CofE servant
    Whitby in OGSPI by OGS Durham Region Branch

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FOREST 1851 census on246 page 085 line 24  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
24 VANZANT {?} Sarah f 42 Ont no_religion married
25 VANZANT Oliver m 18 Ont no_religion
26 VANZANT George m 6 Ont no_religion
27 VANZANT James m 20 Ont no_religion labourer
28 FOREST Orlon D. m 45 USA no_religion pedlar widower

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FOREST 1851 census on274 page 019 line 14  @ca.on. perth_county. fullarton_township section 1 film C11747 lds0349235
14 FOREST David m 36 Scotland Presb farmer married
15 FOREST {?} Jane f 30 Scotland Presb married
16 FOREST Catherine f 9 Ont Presb
17 FOREST Jane f 4 Ont Presb
18 FOREST Mary f 2 Ont Presb
    page 019 pdf image
    census research 2000-2012 by Don and Marilyn Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FOREST 1851 census on280 page 053 line 10  @ca.on. perth_county. easthope_north_township film C11747 lds0349235
10 PATTERSON Henry m 40 Scotland Kirk_of_Scotland farmer married
11 PATTERSON {FOREST} Janet f 32 Scotland Kirk_of_Scotland married
   linked as maiden name  FOREST Janet
12 PATTERSON Robert m 8 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
13 PATTERSON Agnes m 7 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
14 PATTERSON Isabella f 5 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
15 PATTERSON Eliza f 3 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
16 PATTERSON Alexander m 3 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
17 PATTERSON Margaret f 1 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
    census research 2000-2012 by Don and Marilyn Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FOREST 1851 census on363 page 119 line 29  @ca.on. waterloo_county. wellesley_township section 3 film C11755
29 FOREST Robert m 32 Scotland Presb not given married
30 FOREST {?} Ann f 28 Scotland Presb married
31 FOREST Alexander m 1 Canada Presb
    census research 2000-2012 by Don and Marilyn Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORESTER 1851 census on318 page 019 line 28  @ca.on. renfrew_county. westmeath_township film C11751 lds0349238
28 FORESTER Daniel m 16 Ont WMeth

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FORESYTH 1851 census on246 page 051 line 24  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
24 FORESYTHE David m 44 Ont PMeth farmer married
25 FORESYTHE {LYONS} Phebe f 35 Ont PMeth married
   linked as maiden name  LYONS Phebe
    FORSYTH David 50 and wife Pheba 37 Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 066 line 16
26 FORESYTHE James m 23 Ont PMeth labourer
    FORECYTHE James 33 and wife Mary A. 27 Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 055 line 43
27 FORESYTHE William m 22 Ont PMeth labourer
28 FORESYTHE Alex? m 20 Ont PMeth labourer
29 FORESYTHE Daniel m 16 Ont PMeth labourer
30 FORESYTHE Susan f 14 Ont PMeth
31 FORESYTHE Freeman m 12 Ont PMeth
32 FORESYTHE Samuel m 10 Ont PMeth
33 FORESYTHE Vanburen m 9 Ont PMeth
    FORSYTH Vanburen 18 with parents Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 066 line 16
    FORESYTH Vanburen 26 and wife Lydia 20 Uxbridge Township 1871 census district 049a3 family 172
    FORSYTH VanBuren 40 and wife Lydia 32 Uxbridge Township 1881 census district 133a1 family 0242
    FORSYTH VanBuren 46 and wife Lyda 41 Uxbridge Township 1891 census district 102d1 family 048
34 FORESYTHE Ellen f 6 Ont PMeth
35 FORESYTHE Alonzo m 4 Ont PMeth
36 FORESYTHE Phebe m 1 Ont PMeth

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FORESYTHE 1851 census on246 page 005 line 44  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
44 SHEFFIELD Eli m 33 Ont Congregationalist blank married
45 SHEFFIELD {KRIBS} Amanda f 23 Ont Congregationalist married
   linked as maiden name  KRIBS Amanda
46 SHEFFIELD Marget Ann f 4 Ont Congregationalist
47 SHEFFIELD David S. m 2 Ont Congregationalist
48 FORESYTHE William m 6 Ont Meth
49 FORESYTHE Elizabeth f 4 Ont Meth
50 FORESYTHE David m 2 Ont Meth

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FORESYTHE 1851 census on246 page 051 line 14  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
14 FORESYTHE James m 64 georgia_state EMeth sawyer married
15 FORESYTHE {MORDEN} FORESYTHE Eleanor f 63 penn_state EMeth married
   linked as maiden name  MORDEN Eleanor
   also as  FORESYTHE Eleanor
16 LASTRE D. H. m 62 conn_state ut tailor
17 FORESYTHE Elizabeth f 18 Ont Meth
18 FORESYTHE Ira m 17 Ont Meth
19 EDMUNDSON James m 58 vermont Meth farmer married residence_ohio_state
20 FORESYTHE Charles m 20 Ont PMeth farmer married
21 FORESYTHE {?} Mary Ann f 22 Eng PMeth married
22 FORESYTHE m 1 Ont PMeth
    given name left blank
23 LEWIS John m 16 Ont PMeth labourer

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FORESYTHE 1851 census on246 page 051 line 24  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
24 FORESYTHE David m 44 Ont PMeth farmer married
25 FORESYTHE {LYONS} Phebe f 35 Ont PMeth married
   linked as maiden name  LYONS Phebe
    FORSYTH David 50 and wife Pheba 37 Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 066 line 16
26 FORESYTHE James m 23 Ont PMeth labourer
    FORECYTHE James 33 and wife Mary A. 27 Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 055 line 43
27 FORESYTHE William m 22 Ont PMeth labourer
28 FORESYTHE Alex? m 20 Ont PMeth labourer
29 FORESYTHE Daniel m 16 Ont PMeth labourer
30 FORESYTHE Susan f 14 Ont PMeth
31 FORESYTHE Freeman m 12 Ont PMeth
32 FORESYTHE Samuel m 10 Ont PMeth
33 FORESYTHE Vanburen m 9 Ont PMeth
    FORSYTH Vanburen 18 with parents Uxbridge Township 1861 census on280 page 066 line 16
    FORESYTH Vanburen 26 and wife Lydia 20 Uxbridge Township 1871 census district 049a3 family 172
    FORSYTH VanBuren 40 and wife Lydia 32 Uxbridge Township 1881 census district 133a1 family 0242
    FORSYTH VanBuren 46 and wife Lyda 41 Uxbridge Township 1891 census district 102d1 family 048
34 FORESYTHE Ellen f 6 Ont PMeth
35 FORESYTHE Alonzo m 4 Ont PMeth
36 FORESYTHE Phebe m 1 Ont PMeth

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FORESYTHE 1851 census on246 page 075 line 33  @ca.on.ontario_county. uxbridge_township film C11742 lds0349230
33 FORESYTHE James M. m 41 Ont Meth farmer married
34 FORESYTHE {KESTER} Nancy A. f 38 Ont Meth married
   linked as maiden name  KESTER Nancy
35 FORESYTHE Random? m 18 Ont Meth
36 FORESYTHE Rebecca f 17 Ont Meth
37 FORESYTHE Jeremiah m 15 Ont Meth
38 FORESYTHE Matilda f 13 Ont Meth
39 FORESYTHE Malina f 11 Ont Meth
40 FORESYTHE Hiram m 10 Ont Meth
41 FORESYTHE Mariah f 9 Ont Meth
42 FORESYTHE Hannah f 6 Ont Meth
43 FORESYTHE Eliza Jane f 4 Ont Meth

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FORFAR 1851 census on245 page 127 line 45  @ca.on.ontario_county. pickering_township film C11742 lds0349229
45 PILKIE Charles m 44 Canada PMeth labourer married
    also linked as PILKEY Charles
46 PILKIE {FORFAR} Jane f 37 Canada PMeth married
   linked as maiden name  FORFAR Jane
    PILKIE Charles 53 and wife Jane 47 Pickering Township 1861 census on274 page 020 line 18
    PILKEY Charles 63 and wife Jane 57 Pickering Township 1871 census district 048a5 family 041
    PILKEY Charles 72 and wife Jane 67 Pickering Township 1881 census district 132a3 family 0190
    PILKEY Jane 78 widow Pickering Township 1891 census district 102b4 family 094
47 PILKIE Archibald m 19 Canada PMeth
    PILKIE Archibald 27 and wife Hannah 25 Pickering Township 1861 census on274 page 023 line 15
48 PILKIE Peter T. m 17 Canada PMeth
49 PILKIE John m 14 Canada PMeth
50 PILKIE Joseph m 12 Canada PMeth
    PILKIE Joseph 21 with parents Pickering Township 1861 census on274 page 020 line 18
    PILKIE Joseph married WARD Mary Ann
    PILKEY Joseph 31 and wife Mary Ann 28 Pickering Township 1871 census district 048a5 family 032
    PILKEY Joseph 40 and wife Mary Ann 36 Pickering Township 1881 census district 132a4 family 0048
    PILKEY Joseph 51 and wife Mary Ann 47 Pickering Township 1891 census district 102b4 family 085
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01 PILKIE Charles m 10 Canada Presb
02 PILKIE William m 6 Canada Presb
03 PILKIE Elizabeth Jane f 5 Canada Presb
04 PILKIE Peter m 79 Canada WMeth widower
05 CARSON Ellen f 18 Ire Presb servant

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FORFAR 1851 census on245 page 129 line 31  @ca.on.ontario_county. pickering_township film C11742 lds0349229
31 FORFAR John m 31 Canada PMeth carpenter married
32 FORFAR {COBBLEDICK} Jane f 27 Eng PMeth married
   linked as maiden name  COBBLEDICK Jane
    FORFER John 40 and wife Jane 35 Pickering Township 1861 census on274 page 009 line 01
    FORFAR John 50 and wife Jane 45 Pickering Township 1871 census district 048a6 family 020
33 FORFAR William Thomas m 1 Eng PMeth
34 GARBUTT Elizabeth f 15 Eng PMeth servant
35 COBBLEDICK Eliza f 19 Eng PMeth

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FORFAR 1851 census on245 page 235 line 40  @ca.on.ontario_county. pickering_township film C11742 lds0349229
40 COOPER Richard m 38 Eng Congregationalist farmer married
41 COOPER {FORFAR} Elizabeth f 29 Ont Congregationalist married
   linked as maiden name  FORFAR Elizabeth
42 COOPER William m 9 Ont Congregationalist
43 COOPER Sophiah f 6 Ont Congregationalist
44 COOPER Elizabeth f 4 Ont Congregationalist
45 COOPER Frances f 2 Ont Congregationalist

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FORFER 1851 census on245 page 129 line 31  @ca.on.ontario_county. pickering_township film C11742 lds0349229
31 FORFAR John m 31 Canada PMeth carpenter married
32 FORFAR {COBBLEDICK} Jane f 27 Eng PMeth married
   linked as maiden name  COBBLEDICK Jane
    FORFER John 40 and wife Jane 35 Pickering Township 1861 census on274 page 009 line 01
    FORFAR John 50 and wife Jane 45 Pickering Township 1871 census district 048a6 family 020
33 FORFAR William Thomas m 1 Eng PMeth
34 GARBUTT Elizabeth f 15 Eng PMeth servant
35 COBBLEDICK Eliza f 19 Eng PMeth

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FORGASON 1851 census qc001 page 017 line 22  @ca.qc.beauharnois_county. saint_anicet film C1111 lds0517439
    Beauharnois_County in 1851 census only - otherwise Huntingdon_County
22 SUTHERLAND {STOWN} Catherine f 25 Scotland Presb married
   linked as maiden name  STOWN Catherine
23 SUTHERLAND James m 26 Scotland Presb married
24 SUTHERLAND James m 1 Scotland Presb
25 FORGASON John m 64 Scotland Presb cultivateur/farmer married
26 THOMPSON/THOMSON/TOMPSON/TOMSON {?} Ann f 29 Scotland Presb married
27 SUTHERLAND Elizabeth f 3 Scotland Presb

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FORGASON 1851 census qc001 page 017 line 28  @ca.qc.beauharnois_county. saint_anicet film C1111 lds0517439
    Beauharnois_County in 1851 census only - otherwise Huntingdon_County
28 FORGASON {STEWARD/STEWART/STUART} Marie f 46 Scotland Presb married
   linked as maiden name  STEWARD/STEWART/STUART Marie
29 FURGASON Duncan m 21 Scotland Presb journalier/day labourer
30 FURGASON James m 22 Scotland Presb journalier/day labourer
31 FURGASON Mari f 20 Scotland Presb servant
32 FURGASON Margerite f 17 Canada Presb
33 FURGASON Archable m 15 Canada Presb
34 FURGASON Pierre m 13 Canada Presb
35 FURGASON Ann f 10 Canada Presb
36 FURGASON Jane f 8 Canada Presb
37 FURGASON Donald m 26 Canada Presb cultivateur/farmer married
38 FURGASON {McMULLAN} Mari f 21 Canada Presb married

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FORGET 1851 census qc518 page 095 line 25  @ca.qc.deux_montagnes_county.sainte_scholastique film C1146 lds0517300
25 CLAVEL Paul m 49 Canada RC farmer married
    son of CLAVEL Pascal and wife THIBAULT Marie (married 1801)
26 CLAVEL {FILIATREAU} Emelie f 46 Canada RC married
   linked as maiden name  FILIATREAU Emelie
    dtr of FILIATREAU Joseph and GARDIPI Marguerite
    Emélie 54 widow Sainte Scholastique 1871 census district 097i1 family 157
    maiden name SAINT_LOUIS in 1863 wedding record of dtr CLAVEL Agnes
    maiden name FILION in 1851 wedding record of dtr CLAVEL Emèlie
    CLAVEL dit SAINT_FRANCOIS Paul and Emélie married 1827 @ca.qc.deux_montagnes_county.sainte_scholastique_rc
27 CLAVEL Isidore m 18 Canada RC journalier/day labourer
married 1861 @ca.qc.deux_montagnes_county.sainte_scholastique_rc to CADIEUX Mathilde
28 CLAVEL Edese f 14 Canada RC
married 1855 @ca.qc.deux_montagnes_county.sainte_scholastique_rc to FORGET Gregoire
29 CLAVEL Elmire f 12 Canada RC
30 CLAVEL Agnes f 6 Canada RC
married 1863 @ca.qc.deux_montagnes_county.sainte_scholastique_rc to DESJARDINS François
    CLAVEL surname research by John Allan of OGS Sudbury Branch
    research contact for this family is descendant Ryan LEBLANC of Thunder Bay Ontario 1-807-768-7973
    e-mail ryanleblanc@shaw.ca

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FORGUSEN 1851 census on244 page 079 line 31  @ca.on.ontario_county. whitby_township film C11742 lds0349229
31 HARNDEN Luther m 69 USA no_religion miller married
    enumeration sequence matches HIRNDRN Luther Whitby Township agricultural 1851 census on244 page 153 line 12
32 HARNDEN {?} Sarah A. f 59 USA no_religion married
33 HARNDEN Margaret A. f 20 Ont no_religion
34 HARNDEN Samuel m 22 Ont no_religion miller
35 HARNDEN John m 19 Ont no_religion miller
36 FORGUSEN Betsy f 15 Ont no_religion servent
    Whitby in OGSPI by OGS Durham Region Branch

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FORGUSEN 1851 census on244 page 083 line 19  @ca.on.ontario_county. whitby_township film C11742 lds0349229
19 FORGUSEN Sarah f 17 Ont EMeth servant
    Whitby in OGSPI by OGS Durham Region Branch

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FORHAN 1851 census on008 page 079 line 39  @ca.on. brant_county.dumfries_south_township section 1 film C11713 lds349199
39 FORHAN James m 30 Ire RC labourer married
40 FORHAN {?} Margret f 30 Ire RC married
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FORLER 1851 census on361 page 157 line 06  @ca.on. waterloo_county. wilmot_township section 4 film C11754
06 FORLER John m 51 France Luth tavernkeeper married
07 FORLER {?} Catherine f 56 France Luth married
08 FORLER George m 21 Canada Luth joiner
09 FORLER Maria f 19 Canada Luth
10 FORLER Jacob m 18 Canada Luth not given
11 FORLER Christian m 14 Canada Luth
12 FORLER Christena f 12 Canada Luth
13 FORLER John K. m 23 Canada Luth yeoman married
14 FORLER {DERBECKER} Maria f 21 Hessian Luth married
   linked as maiden name  DERBECKER Maria
    indexed 2007 by Don and Marylin Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORLER 1851 census on361 page 177 line 19  @ca.on. waterloo_county. wilmot_township section 5 film C11754
19 FORLER Jacob m 52 Alsace Luth farmer married
20 FORLER {VOLLMER} Elizabeth f 51 Alsace Luth married
   linked as maiden name  VOLLMER Elizabeth
21 FORLER Margaret f 18 Philadelphia Luth
22 FORLER Catherine f 16 Canada Luth
23 FORLER Philip m 14 Canada Luth
24 FORLER John m 11 Canada Luth
25 FORLER Elizabeth f 7 Canada Luth
26 FORLER Henry m 5 Canada Luth
27 FORLER Jacob m 78 Alsace Luth widower
    indexed 2007 by Don and Marylin Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORLER 1851 census on361 page 177 line 44  @ca.on. waterloo_county. wilmot_township section 5 film C11754
44 FORLER Jacob m 27 Alsace Luth carpenter married
45 FORLER {?} Catherine f 25 Alsace Luth married
46 FORLER Magdalena f 3 Canada Luth
47 FORLER Noah m 2 Canada Luth
    indexed 2007 by Don and Marylin Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORMAN 1851 census on359 page 045 line 42  @ca.on. waterloo_county. dumfries_north_township section 3 film C11754
42 GILHOLM Robert m 57 Eng Presb farmer married
43 GILHOLM {FORMAN} Ann f 47 Eng Presb married
   linked as maiden name  FORMAN Ann
44 GILHOLM Isabella f 25 Eng Presb
45 GILHOLM Robert m 19 Ont Presb farm_labourer
46 GILHOLM Margaret f 16 Ont Presb
47 GILHOLM Mary f 10 Ont Presb
48 GILHOLM Ann f 8 Ont Presb
49 GILHOLM Luke m 6 Ont Presb
50 GILHOLM John m 3 Ont Presb
    scanned images pages 045 046
    census research 2000-2012 by Don and Marilyn Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORREST 1851 census on244 page 289 line 14  @ca.on.ontario_county. whitby_township film C11742 lds0349229
14 KERR William m 62 Scotland Congregationalist farmer married
15 KERR {?} Elizabeth f 48 Scotland Congregationalist married
16 KERR Elizabeth f 16 Ont Congregationalist
17 KERR Charles m 14 Ont Congregationalist
18 KERR Mary f 13 Ont Congregationalist
19 KERR William m 11 Ont Congregationalist
20 KERR John m 8 Ont Congregationalist
21 FORREST Cooper m 23 Scotland Congregationalist labourer
    Whitby in OGSPI by OGS Durham Region Branch

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FORREST 1851 census on244 page 331 line 22  @ca.on.ontario_county. whitby_township film C11742 lds0349229
22 FORREST John m 52 Scotland Presb farmer married
23 FORREST {?} Jane f 55 Scotland Presb married
24 FORREST James m 24 Scotland Presb
25 FORREST John m 19 Scotland Presb
26 FORREST Bell f 21 Scotland Presb
27 FORREST Ann f 12 Scotland Presb
    Whitby in OGSPI by OGS Durham Region Branch

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FORREST 1851 census on280 page 105 line 11  @ca.on. perth_county. easthope_north_township film C11747 lds0349235
11 FORREST Alexander m 61 Scotland Kirk_of_Scotland farmer married
    lot 21 concession 8 according to agricultural census
12 FORREST {?} Rabiney? f 60 Scotland Kirk_of_Scotland married
    FORREST Alexander 66 and wife Prudence 68 Easthope_North Township 1861 census on307 page 022 line 40
13 FORREST John m 25 Scotland Kirk_of_Scotland
    FORREST John 36 with parents Easthope_North Township 1861 census on307 page 022 line 40
14 FORREST Agnes f 16 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
15 FORREST Elizabeth f 14 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
16 FORREST William m 12 Canada Kirk_of_Scotland
    FORREST William 22 with parents Easthope_North Township 1861 census on307 page 022 line 40
    census research 2000-2012 by Don and Marilyn Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORREST 1851 census on284 page 007 line 13  @ca.on.perth_county. mornington_township film C11747 lds0349235
13 FORREST Robert m 37 Scotland Presb farmer married
14 FORREST {?} Margaret f 36 Scotland Presb married
15 FORREST Robert m 17 Scotland Presb
16 FORREST Margaret f 13 Scotland Presb
17 FORREST William m 7 Canada Presb
18 FORREST Jannet f 6 Canada Presb
19 FORREST Mary f 5 Canada Presb
20 FORREST Marian f 3 Canada Presb
    census research 2000-2012 by Don and Marilyn Holmes of Listowel Ontario

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FORREST 1851 census on311 page 027 line 01  @ca.on. renfrew_county. admaston_township film C11751 lds0349238
01 FORREST John m 48 Scotland FreeChurchPresb farmer married
    Admaston Township agricultural 1851 census on311 page 031 line 34
02 FORREST {?} Mary f 44 Scotland FreeChurchPresb married
03 FORREST Agness f 21 Ont FreeChurchPresb
04 FORREST Marion f 20 Ont FreeChurchPresb
05 FORREST Janet f 19 Ont FreeChurchPresb
06 FORREST Jean f 17 Ont FreeChurchPresb
07 FORREST Mary f 15 Ont FreeChurchPresb
08 FORREST Isabell f 13 Ont FreeChurchPresb
09 FORREST John m 11 Ont FreeChurchPresb
10 FORREST Barbara f 9 Ont FreeChurchPresb
11 FORREST Samuel m 7 Ont FreeChurchPresb
12 FORREST Andrew m 5 Ont FreeChurchPresb
13 FORREST Elizabeth f 5 Ont FreeChurchPresb
14 FORREST Margret f 2 Ont FreeChurchPresb

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FORREST 1851 census on311 page 031 line 34  @ca.on. renfrew_county. admaston_township_agricultural film C11751 lds0349238
34 FORREST John concession 1 lot 1 acres 200
    John 48 and wife Mary 44 Admaston Township 1851 census on311 page 027 line 01

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FORREST 1851 census on315 page 001 line 00  @ca.on. renfrew_county. horton_township film C11751 lds0349238
    RENFREW_COUNTY
315 HORTON_TOWNSHIP
    1851 census pages 1-9 odd 11-19 odd 21-29 odd 31-39 odd 41-49 odd 51 odd
    1861 census personal pages 1-9 10-19 20-24
    1861 census agricultural pages 14-17
    Township of Horton, County of Renfrew, Canada West
    (These enumerator remarks are on film C11751 lds0349238 with the 1851 census of Horton Township)
    Statistical account of the Township of Horton, County of Renfrew, Canada West, containing 41,500 acres and 1142 inhabitants.
    The Township of Horton is bounded on the north and east by the Ottawa or Grand River, having a frontage of 12 miles.
    It is bounded on the south and east by the Township of McNab, south and west by the Township of Bagot and Admaston and on the north by the Township of Ross.
    This township was surveyed in the year 1826 and a few settlers came into it in the year 1827.
    In the following year there were only eight or nine families consisting of about 30 individuals of all ages.
    There were then no roads to or from any one place to another except by the ice on the Ottawa and Bonnechere Rivers in winter.
    The Bonnechere River enters the township in Lot No. 14th in the first concession running an easterly course.
    At Lot No. 13 in the second concession there is a valuable water power fit for all kinds of machinery known as the 2 chutes of Bonnechere and at which place is the very thriving Village of Renfrew containing upwards of 200 inhabitants, four merchants' stores, a small foundry, three blacksmiths' shops, tannery, woolen factory in course of erection, cooperage, harness and saddle makers, shoemakers, cabinet makers, waggon makers, tailors and for the accommodation of the public, 4 hotels, one of which maintains a very high character and a temperance house, 3 places of public worship in course of being finished and a grammar school. At a short distance above the chute, a substantial bridge has been erected across the Bonnechere River on the line of road from Renfrew Village to the navigation on the Ottawa, on which during summer there is a great amount of traffic, and in autumn, not less than from twelve to fifteen wagons daily drawing goods and merchandize not only to the stores in Renfrew Village but to the upper parts of the Bonnechere and to Burnstown on the Madawaska River, but this road being still in a very bad condition necessarily enhances the price of goods to the merchant and ultimately to the consumer.
    The Bonnechere, after leaving Renfrew continues nearly an easterly course until it falls into the Ottawa at Lot No. 6 in the 10th concession.
    At Lot No. 5 on the 9th concession there is another splendid water power on which was, at one time, a grist and saw mill.
    Now, only a saw mill in a poor state of repair and a timber slide. This place is known by the name of Castleford, but, the property as well as the water priveleges having fallen into the hands of absentees who ask a very high price for them, retards to an incalculable amount the progressive improvement of the township and surrounding country.
    There are timber slides at each of the above water priveleges yielding an annual amount of £300. There have annually on an average for the last 24 or 25 years not less than from twenty to thirty rafts of timber been taken down the Bonnechere River, being not less in value than from thirty to thirty-five thousand pounds. This is rafted at Lot No. 6 in the 10th concession at which place a good bridge has been erected across the Bonnechere on the line of road from Bytown to Pembroke.
    There is also an excellent hotel and steamboat landing at this place where the steamer, Oregon, lands passengers and goods three times a week during the navigation. All the goods for merchants' stores and suppliers for the lumber trade on the Bonnechere and Madawaska Rivers are landed here amounting in 1851 to upwards of 300 tons, and the produce of the surrounding townships is sent from this place to market, such as butter, potash and the amount of which it is difficult to ascertain but from one store alone, that of Robert McINTYRE Esq., the potash amounted to over 200 barrels last season.
    There is also another steamboat landing in the township, which is the highest point of steam navigation by the Oregon. This is named Gould's Landing. It is on Lot No. 24 in the 7th concession. At this place, the Oregon delivers the goods, merchandise and shanty supplies for the Upper Ottawa and Muskrat Lake and takes down the produce of the surrounding country. The potash during the last season amounted to 400 barrels. There was, during the navigation of 1851, 600 tons of goods, merchandise and shanty supplies landed at this place and transported over an excellent road made by the unaided enterprise of Mr. GOULD at an expense
    of £300. This road was partially opened by Mr. Jason GOULD in 1850 and, in 1851, the whole traffic for the Upper Ottawa was along this route. Formerly, these supplies were transported up the Ottawa in bark canoes, a distance of 60 miles including portages. By means of Mr. GOULD's road, the distance is shortened nearly one-half of time, distance and expense. Besides, it has opened up a large tract of government land, at present in a wild state, but which, it is hoped, will soon be in the hands of energetic settlers.
    The general soil of this township is sandy loam with a subsoil of clay. Portions of it is broken by rocks and swamps. Limestone is plentiful in most parts and, where sufficient depth of earth can be obtained, the soil is good and it is in general well watered by creeks and living springs. It may be said to be productive and, where farmers have adopted a good system, the returns are very good.
    Horned cattle and sheep are fast increasing in numbers and, during the last three or four years, an evident improvement in the breed through the exertions of a few farmers of more enterprise than their more easy neighbours.
    Houses are also fast rising both in numbers and quality. There is still a great part of the township unoccupied and perhaps many lots as good as those already under cultivation there can be bought from government at 41 Pd per acre.
    The air is salubrious and the inhabitants healthy, perhaps as much as in any township in Canada.
    And for the beauty of scenery, the Ottawa opposite this township can vie with any part of that fine river in diversity of scene, in wood and water, in picturesque lakes, islands and bays. And in the interior of the township near Renfrew Village, the view from the mountain called Kinnack is one of the most extensive and sublime that can be obtained in Canada West.
    Perhaps there are few townships in Canada under the same circumstances has made more rapid progress than Horton, wthout the aid of a single shilling from any government or other source. With the inhabitants much scattered, being separated by the River Bonnechere and settled at nearly opposite sides of the township, sectional interests have been created preventing that union of interest whereby they might have concnetrated their energies for mutual improvement in their agricultural pursuits, and in making good roads through the principle thoroughfares.
    A very considerable number of the inhabitants are really in prosperous circumstances and perhaps all might be so. There is on Lot No. 6th, first concession, a good flour and oatmeal mill. There are 3 schools besides the grammar school, yet some localities are in great want of a means of instruction, but it is hoped this destitution will soon be supplied. Aided in its commencement by donations from the Hon. Malcolm CAMERON and Sir Allan McNAB, a subscription library has been in existence for a number of years. This is in connexion with the Township of McNab and has been very beneficial. And in the Village of Renfrew, upwards of £30 has been subscribed within the course of 3 weeks for the purpose of establishing a mechanics institute. An agricultural society is also in process of being organized for the county and it is hoped that both these vigorous attempts will soon be crowned with success. Thus, from the natural advantages of the place aided by such excellent institutions and their services of more than one Forthpill and labourers, clergyman, the inhabitants of Horton, although far in the bush, will have the means in their power for fitting them to occupy a respectable position among the more advanced townships of Canada West.
    William FORREST, enumerator
    P.S.
    There is a road from Bytown to this township by Pakenham, where it meets the road to Perth.After leaving Pakenham it goes through the Township of McNab and enters Horton on the line between the first and second concession, passing through the Village of Renfrew on the above line and crosses the Bonnechere River on the first concession, then branches off: one line leading to the navigation on the Ottawa and another to the Township of Ross. This is the only road by which goods are brought into the township by wagon. There is another line from Bytown along the bank of the Ottawa to Pembroke, but although improving every summer by the statute of labour, neither of the lines can yet receive the appellation Good.
    W. FORREST
    William 54 widower Horton Township 1851 census on315 page 005 line 17
    also Horton agricultural 1851 census on315 page 049 line 50
    Renfrew County research by Ed Allard of Cornwall Ontario

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FORREST 1851 census on315 page 005 line 17  @ca.on. renfrew_county. horton_township film C11751 lds0349238
17 FORREST William m 54 Lanark, Scotland "Free CofS" shoemaker widower
    birth month Feb
18 FORREST Marion f 52 Lanark, Scotland "Free CofS"

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FORREST 1851 census on315 page 033 line 01  @ca.on. renfrew_county. horton_township film C11751 lds0349238
01 FORREST Andrew m ? Lanarkshire, Scotland "Free CofS" farmer
    birth month June
    Horton Township agricultural 1851 census on315 page 047 line 45
    Horton Township agricultural 1861 census on368a page 014 line 44
02 FORREST {?} Marion f 28 Lanarkshire, Scotland Free CofS married
    birth month Nov
    Andrew 56 widower Horton Township 1861 census on357 page 023 line 22
    Andrew 65 and wife Ann 53 Horton Township 1881 census district 113b family 0030
03 FORREST Elizabeth f ? Horton, Ontario "Free CofS"
    birth month Aug
04 FORREST John m 1 Horton, Ontario "Free CofS"
    birth month May

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FORREST 1851 census on315 page 033 line 06  @ca.on. renfrew_county. horton_township film C11751 lds0349238
06 FORREST Agness f 22 Lanarkshire, Scotland "Free CofS" servant
    birth month Feb

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FORREST 1851 census on315 page 047 line 45  @ca.on. renfrew_county. horton_township_agricultural film C11751 lds0349238
45 FORREST Andrew concession 1 lot 1 acres 100
    Horton Township agricultural 1861 census on368a page 014 line 44
    Andrew and wife Marion Horton Township 1851 census on315 page 033 line 01
    Andrew 56 widower Horton Township 1861 census on357 page 023 line 22
    Andrew 65 and wife Ann 53 Horton Township 1881 census district 113b family 0030

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FORREST 1851 census on315 page 049 line 50  @ca.on. renfrew_county. horton_township_agricultural film C11751 lds0349238
50 FORREST William concession 1 lot 2 acres 100
    William 54 widower Horton Township 1851 census on315 page 005 line 17

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FORREST 1851 census on317 page 035 line 11  @ca.on. renfrew_county. mcnab_township film C11751 lds0349238
11 FORREST John m 65 Scotland FreeChurchPresb farmer and weaver married
    McNab Township agricultural 1851 census on317 page 069 line 22
    McNab Township agricultural 1861 census on368a page 021 line 15
12 FORREST {?} Mrs J. f 73 Scotland FreeChurchPresb married
    John 73 widower McNab Township 1861 census on358 page 020 line 41
13 FORREST Janet f 39 Scotland FreeChurchPresb
14 FORREST Isabella f 19 Canada FreeChurchPresb

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FORREST 1851 census on317 page 069 line 22  @ca.on. renfrew_county. mcnab_township_agricultural film C11751 lds0349238
22 FORREST John concession 2 lot 27 acres 100
    John 65 and wife 73 McNab Township 1851 census on317 page 035 line 11
    John 73 widower McNab Township 1861 census on358 page 020 line 41
    McNab Township agricultural 1861 census on368a page 021 line 15

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