DEATH: May have died 1882.
BURIAL: Bloomfield Cemetery.
LAND: OC 27 July 1837.
Marriages Performed by REV. RICHARD JONES, WESLEYAN METHODIST:
Isaac W. Hare and Dorcas Miller, both of Hallowell, 9 Feb 1836. Witnessed by John Miller, Peter L. Hare.
LAND: OC 1850 or 51.
BIOGRAPHY: Ancestral File data submitted by Margaret Helen Gould, 54 sherwood Ave, Amherstview, Ontario.
BIOGRAPHY: Appendix B. "R.R.N.Y. L.B.M., 1791. A. McL. Stamped Book. P.L. 1786."
Records of Widows admitted as Militia Pensioners states died of "illness." "Henry Young was Lieutenant of Militia in the war of 1812. Went to Kingston on duty, where he died, latter part of December, 1812." (From Settlement of Upper Canada, by William Cannif, 1869, Ch VIII, p 128.)
LAND: OC 20 June 1797
Settled in Hallowel. Private in Capt. John Walden Meyer's Co. of Loyal Rangers. MAR 1798, Elected fence viewer & overseer of highways during 1st Hallowell town mtg. 10 FEB 1808, Order in Council to receive land
The Old United Empire Loyalists List, Gen. Pub. Co., 1984 App. B, p. 280
Zufelt, Henry, Hallowell, O.C. 10th February, 1808 - Loyal Rangers
Lunenburgh or the Old Eastern District, J.F. Pringle, Mika, 1980
p. 355-356. "The following list of officers, recommended to His Excellency General Haldimand for promotion in the 2nd Batt. of the King's Royal Regiment of New York, is compiled from three returns given in Series B., Vol. 158, pages 360, 361 and 362. It is not considered necessary to give the three returns, as several of the names, as several of the names appear in each of them:
Henry Young - - 3
App. C. p. 373
Non-commissioned officers and men of the 84th Regiment, the King's Royal Regiment of New York, the Loyal Rangers (Major Jessup's corps), Butler's Rangers, etc., who settled in the easter part of Upper Canada. Copied by permission of Messrs. Hunter, Rose & Co., from "The Centennial of the Settlement of Upper Canada," published in 1885:
Young, Daniel Marys & Sophiasb'g R.R.N.Y Young, Henry Marys & Sophiasb'g do Zufelt, Henry Hallowel L.R.
Source - Bob Averell, "Price of Place", Brenda Hudson, P. 108 Notes for Heinrich Zufelt: U.E. m. Elizabeth Young. He was a soldier in John Walden Meyer's Co. of Loyal Rangers. Came from Hoosick, N.Y. with Henry Young. Henry gave them a piece of land at East Lake. They later petitioned for land and received it at Percy and Murray Townships. [Doug Norman]
REFERENCE: Public Records and Archives of Ontario, 1931, p. 53, 30 August, 1797
Elizabeth Zufelt. Praying for lands as a loyalist. Recommended for 400 acres as the daughter of a subaltern.
[Source: Doug Norman]