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CANADIAN METHODIST MINISTERS 1825-1925

Rev. S.A. Marshall

In early days a Methodist Missionary was quite a curiosity, the preaching of the itinerant Missionaries attracting congregations drawn from miles around. For many years, service was held in the log cabins and under the shade of the spreading forest; thus were the foundations of the church laid, which through successive generations has kept pace with the civilization and progress of the country.

The early Methodists were especially equipped for evangelistic success with a strong organization that went along with the passion - emphasis on lay preaching, camp meetings, organized in circuit or a series of communities linked together under one or two preachers, all under the broader umbrella of a conference or authorizing body.

Note: Includes information from the Christian Guardian newspaper 1919-1925. There are over 1,500 Methodist ministers listed here from all of the different conferences and types of Methodism.

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ABBS, George was born in 1823 in England and died in 1904. He married Susanna Inglehart who was born in 1832 at Palermo Ontario and died in 1924 in Murray Twp. Ontario, 1849 & 1864 Binbrook, 1871 Ottawa, 1889 Shelbourne (Dufferin Co.),

ABBOTT, Jacob

ABLES, George 1890-1891 Toronto

ACKMAN, Samuel 1870 Catalina Nfld

ADAMS, Alvah was received on trial in 1828 and ordained in 1833. 1827 Matilda, 1828 Mississippi, 1829 Perth, 1830 Bonchire, 1831-1832 Bytown, 1833-1835 Augusta, 1836 Rideau, 1837-1838 Ottawa, 1839-1841 Mississippi, 1842-1843 Elizabethtown, 1844 Whitby, 1845 -1846 Bowmanville, 1847-1848 Newboro, 1849-1850 Perth (Leeds Co.) (retired), 1851-1860 Sherbrooke (Brockville) superannuated (retired)

ADAMS, Ezra C. was born in 1787 in the United States and died in 1871, Methodist Episcopal and was received on trial in 1814 and was ordained in 1819. 1815-1816 Bay of Quinte, 1817 Hallowell, 1818-1819 Ottawa, 1820-18121 Thames, 1822-1823 Niagara, 1823 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1830 Yonge St, 1831-1835 London/Munceytown, 1835-1836 Prescott/Augusta, 1837-1839 Nelson, 1840 Toronto, 1841 Woolwich/Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1842 Queen's Bush (Wellington Co.), 1842-1844 Newmarket, 1845-1846 Markham, 1846 Pickering, 1847 Bradford, 1848 Stratford, 1848 Drayton (Wellington Co.), 1851-1855 Peel (Wellington Co.) superannuated, 1863 Drayton (Wellington Co.), 1871 Peel (Wellington Co.)

ADAMS, Ezra (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Ezra Adams - an appreciation born 1835 Prescott died Jan 21 1924 Courtland Ontario, 89 years old Mrs. Adams died Feb 1923 survived by 1 son and 4 daughters 1841 living Guelph with parents

ADAMS, G.K.B. (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs G.K.B. Adams born H. Alice Sutcliffe, Jan 2 1862 Meadowvale Ontario, daughter of late Joseph and Charlotte Sutcliffe. She married Rev. G.K.B. Adams and died Feb 15 1924 St. Catherine's Ontario and was buried Feb 18 1924 St. Catherine's Mausoleum a d was predeceased by her son Reginald who gave his life at Paschendaele "as a sacrifice to what he believed to be the cause of justice and of right" survived by husband and daughter Mrs. C.W. Elmore of Beamsville Ontario

ADAMS, John 1882 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

ADAMS, John Q. was born on July 23 1798 in Cheshire England and died on Mar 9 1872 in Hungerford Twp. buried at Moira Cemetery Huntington Twp. (Hastings Co.), Episcopal, 1868-1869 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

ADAMS, John Quinsey was born on June 19, 1828 in Esquesing Twp. Acton Ontario was baptized by Rev. L.D. Rice on September 1, 1844 and was the son of Rufus and Maria. Episcopal, 1871 Gananoque (Leeds Co.)

ADAMS, Lucius Rufus was born on November 10, 1825 in Esquesing Twp. Acton Ontario was baptized by Rev. L.D. Rice on September 1, 1844 and died on August 29, 1854. He and was the son of Rufus and Maria nephew of Rev's Ezra and Zenas Adams, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Mitchell (Perth Co.)

ADAMS, Richard Newton was born on Sept 1 1835 in Ontario and died on Jun 14 1920 and was buried at Moira Cemetery Huntington Twp. (Hastings Co.). He married Mary Ferguson who was born in 1840. He was received on trial in 1859 in Milford, 1860 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1861 Carleton Place, 1862 Smith's Falls, 1863-1864 Planetgeut, 1865-1867 North Wakefield, 1871 Gloucester (Russell Co.)

ADAMS, Thomas was born in 1807 in England, Primitive 1853 Brantford (Brant Co.), received 1859, 1858-1861 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1863 Hollen Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1863 Lindsay, 1867 Long Island Locks, 1869 Galt, 1871 Galt,

ADAMS, William was received on trial in 1858 in Cobourg and was ordained in 1864, 1859-1860 student at Victoria College, Cobourg, 1861 Smith's Falls, 1862 student at Victoria College, 1863 Kemptville, 1864-1867 Port Neuf, 1868 Bury

ADAMS, William H. was born in England and landed in Newfoundlan in the 1880's, 1905 Norwood,

ADAMS, Zenas Toronto Circuit

ADAMSON, George James Sarah 1925 Beachburg Ontario (Christian Guardian) Sarah Elizabeth Crooker Adamson was born Jan 7 1850 Wentworth Co. Ontario and was the daughter of the late Mark T. Crooker. In 1871 she married James Adamson who predeceased her by 31 years and she died on Dec 11 1924. She was survived by her sister Mrs. Jeremiah Hunt of Aberfoyle Ontario, 2 daughters: Clara at home and Mrs. C.A. Newell, 2 sons: Rev. George Adamson of Beachburg Ontario and Elmer at home

ADDISON, Peter was born in 1832 in England, Episcopal, and was buried at Whites Cemetery Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.). He was a brother-in-law of Rev. Thomas Metcalfe Campbell and was received on trial in 1859 at Belmont and was ordained in 1864, 1860 Durham, 1861 St. Vincent, 1862-1863 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1864 Bradford, 1865-1867 Cookstown, 1867 Horning's Mills, 1869 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1869 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.), 1871 Melancthon (Grey Co.), 1878 Whitchurch

ADDOMS, J.T. was received on trial in 1812, 1812-1813 Dunham, 1814 moved to the U.S. (New York Conference)

ADDY, John S. 1870 Woodstock N.B.

AGER, John was born in 1842 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1867, 1868 Port Abino & Port Colborne, 1871 Essa (Simcoe Co.)

AIKINS, James 1823 Oswegatchie District,

ALBRIGHTON, T.M. 1854 Charlottetown PEI

ALDER, Robert D.D. was received on trial in 1816 and ordained in 1820. 1816 Yarmouth N.S., 1817-1818 Hornton N.S., 1819-1820 Charlottetown PEI, 1821 St. John N.B., 1823 Windsor N.S., 1824 St. John N.B., 1825 Montreal, Toronto 1847-1848 President of Canada Conference and returned to England that year.

ALDRIDGE, W.G. married Ada Nellie who died May 1923, 1923 Silverthorn Methodist Church (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam - Ada Nellie Aldridge died April or May 1923 wife of Rev W.G. Aldridge, minister of Silverthorn Methodist Church

ALEXANDER, A. 1893-1896 Florence

ALEXANDER, John R. was received on trial in 1844 in Stratford and was a student at Victoria College Cobourg, in 1845

ALEXANDER, Samuel was received on trial in 1862 in Florence/Wardsville, 1863 Howick, 1864 retired on account of ill health.

ALISON, E.J. 1910 Paisley Street Guelph (Wellington Co.)

ALLCORN, William 1870 Parrsboro N.B.

ALLEN, Henry W. P. was received on trial in 1863 in Ainleyville, 1864 Mitchell, 1865 Kincardine, 1866 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1867 Teviotdale (Wellington Co.)

ALLEN, James was born in 1847 in Ireland, Primitive, 1867 Bracebridge, 1871 Usborne (Huron Co.)

ALLEN, John Salter was born in 1841 in Burlington Nova Scotia and died on Dec 29 1923 in Nakusp British Columbia. 1870 Andover Circuit N.B., He married Miss Tuttle who died in 1905 and was the daughter of Elijah Tuttle of Pugwash NS. He was the grandson of John Smith of Yarm, Yorkshire, England and was survived by 1 brother Watson of Windsor Nova Scotia, 1 sister Mrs Lecilia Pitts of WA, 3 sons: Prof. Frank of Manitoba University, John A. of Pasedena CA, Eugene G. of Medicine Hat Alberta, 2 daughters: Misses Avaline A. and Jean P. (RN) of Nakusp BC (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. John Salter Allen born 1841 Burlington Nova Scotia married Miss Tuttle (died 18 years ago), daughter of Elijah Tuttle of Pugwash Nova Scotia died Dec 29 1923 Nakusp BC

ALLEN, Thomas 1870 Havelock N.B.

ALLEN, William K. was born on July 28 1873 in Ontario, Irish, Methodist Minister, Lodger Single, 1901 Erin Twp. (Wellington Co.)

ALLEY, John was born in 1799 in Cobourg and died in 1847 in Hamilton, Methodist Episcopal was received on trial in 1831 and was a Bishop in Methodist Church of Canada, His parents were Moses Alley and Mary Acker Alley.

ALLEY, Moses Elijah nephew of Rev. John Alley, preached in Greenbush area of Wisconsin

ALLIN, Roger (Christian Guardian) He was born on Dec 11 1844 in Bowmanville Ontario and died on Feb 29 1924 in Brooklin Ontario. He was buried in Glenwood Cemetery in Picton Ontario. In 1873 he maried Jane Williams who died on Aug 16 1898. She was the sister of late John Williams of Cobourg Ontario and the Rev. Daniel Williams. He was the son of Rev. Daniel Williams and moved to Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin before moving back to Ontario. Rev Allin spent 50 years in the Bay of Quinte Conference. He was survived by his son Prof. Cephas D. Allin of University of Minnesota and 2 sisters Mrs Grace Pridham of Mitchell and Mrs Jane Harper who lived with the Rev. Allin

ALLISON, Cyrus R. was born in Adolphustown and died in Picton, He was received on trial in 1826 in Matilda. 1827 Kingston, 1828 Ottawa, 1830 Yellowhead, 1831 Rideau, 1835 Elizabethtown (Augusta), 1842 Bath, 1843-1844 Fredericksburg, 1843 Adolphustown, 1844 Amherst Island, 1843-1844 Ernestown, 1843-1844 Richmond, 1845 Sidney, 1847 Waterloo, 1849 Picton (Prince Edward Co.), 1852-1855 Consecon (Prince Edward Co.) superannuated, 1855-1858 Demorestville, 1860 Consecon, 1865-1869 Picton (retired)

ALLISON, Joseph B. 1835 became a local preacher in Adolphustown receiving his certificate from Rev. William Ryerson, who was then the presiding elder.

ALLUM, Charles was born in 1839 in Germany and was received on trial in 1863, 1863 Ottawa German Mission, 1866 Preston German Mission (Waterloo Co.), 1868 Hamilton German Mission, 1869 Peterborough, 1871 Wilberforce/Rolph (Renfrew Co.), 1893 Renfrew

AMES, William was born in 1821 in England was received on trial in 1842 and in 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1842 Grimsby, 1843 Dumfries, 1844 York, 1845 student Victoria College Cobourg, 1847 Alderville, 1849 St Catharines/Thorold, 1850 Humber, 1851 London, 1852-1852 Windsor/Sandwich, 1854-1856 Wardsville/Sydenham/Florence (Chatham), 1857 Chatham, 1858 Sarnia, 1863 Washington, 1863-1864 St. Thomas, 1865-1867 Westminster, 1868 Wilmot Tp. (Waterloo Co.), 1869 Blenheim (Brock), 1870 Abinger 1871 Malahide (Elgin Co.), 1876 McGillivray (Bruce Co.), 1877 Watford Warwick Twp. (Lambton Co.), 1880 Aurora

AMEY, Thomas was born in 1840 in England, came to Canada in 1850, and died in 1923 in Burlington (Wentworh Co.), Episcopal, 1871 Walpole (Haldimand Co.), 1878 Loughborough /Sydenham (Frontenac Co.), 1888 Wesley/Underwood, 1906-1908 Binbrook, (Christian Guardian) Death - Rev Thomas Amy died Jan 10 1923 at residence in Burlington Ontario, 83 years old, survived by wife Mary Ann Balfour buried Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario

ANDERSON, A.F. was born in 1835 in Quebec, Episcopal, 1871 Newburgh (Addington)

ANDERSON, Alexander was born on May 3 1820 and died on Jan 3 1868. He married Elizabeth Mills who was born in 1819. He was buried at Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

ANDERSON, James was born in 1832 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1858, 1858 Stouffville, 1859 Prince Albert, 1860 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1861 Walshingham, 1862 Warsaw, 1863-1864 Seymour (Northumberland Co.), 1865 Craighurst, 1866-1867 Dyrham, 1868 Thornbury (Grey Co.), 1871 Collingwood/Euphrasia Tp.(Grey Co.)

ANDRE, William was received on in 1867, 1868 St. Jacob's German Mission (Waterloo Co.)

ANDREW, Joseph was born in 1842 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Artemesia (Grey Co.)

ANDREWS, Alfred L. was born in 1834 in England and was received on trial in 1855, 1855 Mount Forest (Wellington Co.), 1856-1857 Stouffville, 1858-1859 Whitby, 1860-1861 St. Andrews, 1862-1864 Franklin, 1865-1867 Norwich, 1867 Mount Pleasant, 1871 Brantford (Brant Co.)

ANDREWS, G. Episcopal, 1865 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

ANDREWS, H. 1855 Toronto

ANDREWS, John was born in 1822 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Loughborough (Addington Co.))

ANDREWS, William was born in 1818 in England and was received on trial in 1842. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1843 Kingston, 1844 Bytown, 1845 Woodstock, 1846 London, 1847-1848 Bytown, 1848 Richmond, 1849 N.Gower (Dalhousie), 1850 Marlboro/Richmond (Dalhousie), 1851-1852 Brockville, 1853 Compton, 1854-1855 Georgetown (Halton Co.), 1855-1857 Chinguacousy/Brampton (Peel Co.), 1858 Toronto, 1858-1859 Port Hope (Durham), 1860 Morrisburg, 1861 August/Matilda Twp. (Dundas Co.), 1863 Maitland, 1864 Augusta, 1866 Moulinette, 1867-1869 Osnabruck/Aultsville (Stormont Co.), 1871 Emily (Victoria Co.)

ANGER, Thomas was born in 1840 in England, Primitive, 1871 Muskoka

ANGWIN, Joseph G. 1870 Point-de-Bute N.B.

ANGWIN, Thomas 1870 Dartmouth N.S.(retired)

ANNIS, J.W. 1868 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

ANSKEM, William was born in 1809 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Walsingham (Norfolk Co.)

ANSON, William was born in 1771 and died in 1849. He was received on trial in 1800 in the Bay of Quinte District and was ordained in 1802. 1801 Oswegochie, 1802 Grand Isle, 1803 Scarborough, 1804 Hope District, 1805 Pittsfield, 1806-1822 United States, 1822 Oswegatchie District, 1823 Troy (retired)

ANTCLIFF, 1806 Galt

APPLEGATH, C.S. Primitive, 1910-1911 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

ARCHER, Marmaduke D. Episcopal 1867 Bracebridge, 1870 Barker's Garafraxa Twp. (Hastings Co.) In January of 1871 Rev. Archer accepted a call to move to the Congregational church at Speedside in Eramosa Twp. (Wellington Co.) and he resigned his post at that church in October of 1872.

ARCHER, W.R. 1920-1922 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

ARGUE, Thomas was born in 1835 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Uxbridge (Ontario Co.), 1873 Brampton (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Mrs Thomas Simpson born Fannie Charlotte Starrat, Mar 13 1856 Brampton Ontario, married in 1880 Thomas Simpson died Mar 3 1924 Bradford, buried Royston Cemetery beside her husband and son. She moved to Ryerson Twp after marriage. 1908 family moved to Burk's Falls. She was survived by 2 sons: Bert Simpson and Norman Simpson at Burk's Falls, 1 daughter Mrs. (Rev) Joseph Dudgeon, and 1 sister Mrs (Rev) Thomas Argue, 1889 President Manitoba Conference

ARMSTRONG, Andrew was born in 1823 in Ireland and is buried at Lakeview Cemetery, Meaford Ontario, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 l'Orignal (Ottawa), 1855 St. Andrews, 1856-1857 Wesleyville, 1858 Cavignal, 1860 North Wakefield, 1863-1865 Long Island Locks, 1866-1867 Winchester, 1868-1871 South Mountain, 1871 Gower South (Leeds Co.) (Christian Guardian) December 27, 1922 In Memoriam - Rev. and Mrs Andrew Armstrong buried Lakeview Cemetery, Meaford Ontario signed children: Mrs M.M. Brown of Toronto Ontario, Mrs Thomas Snowdon of Meaford Ontario, Mrs Frank Moore of Clarksburg

ARMSTRONG, C.E. 1922 Wesley/Underwood,

ARMSTRONG, Hamilton (Christian Guardian) Memoriam Aug 1923 Hamilton Armstrong of Carman

ARMSTRONG, James was received on trial in 1845, 1845 St. Andrews, 1846 Matilda, 1847 Wilton, 1848 Bath, 1849 Amherst Island, 1850 Ernestown & Bath, 1850 Perth, 1851-1852 Strathroy, 1853 Maryborough/Elora/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Fergus/Nichol/Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1855-1856 Cayuga, 1857-1858 Welland, 1858-1859 Thorold, 1859 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1860-1861 N.Gower (Dalhousie), 1862-1863 Aylmer C.E., 1864-1865 Kemptville, 1866-1867 Three Rivers, 1868 Thorold (retired)

ARMSTRONG, John was born in 1803 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1829 and was ordained in 1833, 1828 Niagara, 1829 Toronto Twp., 1830 Dumfries, 1831 Long Point, 1832 Nelson, 1833 Binbrook/Ancaster, 1834 Thorold/St. Catharines, 1835 Goderich/ Saugeen, 1836 Peterborough, 1837-1838 Mississippi, 1839-1840 Clarendon, 1841-1842 St. Andrews, 1843-1844 Richmond, 1845-1846 Osgoode/Gloucester (Dalhousie), 1847-1849 Buckingham, 1850-1851 Gatineau, 1852-1853 Peel/Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Grey Co., 1855-1856 Wallace/Howick (retired), 1859 Williamsburgh (Simcoe Co.), 1862 N.Gower (Dalhousie), 1867 Listowel, 1871 Wallace (Perth Co.)

ARMSTRONG, John was received on trial in 1862, 1861 Milford, 1862 Elma, 1863 Wellesley, 1864 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1865 Albion, 1866 returned to the U.S.

ARMSTRONG, John was recevied on trial in 1849 and in 1852 was ordained, 1848 L'Original, 1849 St. Andrews, 1850 Cornwall, 1851 Matilda, 1852 Kemptville, 1853 Maitland, 1854-1855 Packenham (Brockville), 1855-1857 Leeds, 1858-1860 Shefford, 1861-1863 Dunham, 1864-1866 St. Armand, 1867 Shefford, 1869 Chambly,

ARMSTRONG John B. was received in 1849 and was ordained in 1852, 1848 Eaton, 1849-1850 Dunham, 1851-1852 Eaton, 1853-1854 Leeds, 1855-1856 Matilda (retired), 1857-1859 Morrisburg, 1860-1862 Lyn, 1863-1865 Richmond, 1866-1867 Aylmer C.E.,

ARMSTRONG, Noble born in Ireland, New Connexion, In 1848 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference. In 1850 he was sent to Chatham to assist Rev. Samuel Fear. He had been recognized as a minister in the Methodist New Connexion, in Canada; but despite a considerable amount of a peculiar sort of talent, he was not satisfactory with them, and did not prove satisfactory to the Wesleyan body, and after a short time, retired from among them also. 1848 Richmond, 1849 L'Orignal, 1850 Grimsby, 1851 retired on account of ill health.

ARMSTRONG, T.B. 1853 Mountain (Dundas Co.), 1854 Elma (Johnstown)

ARNOLD, John was received on trial at St. Lawrence in 1815, 1816 moved to the United States. 1820 Oswegatchie District,

ARNUP, J.H. B.A. spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) October 1922

ASH, James was born in 1834 and died in 1863. He was received on trial in 1857 and was ordained in 1860, 1856 Lindsay, 1857 Bobcaygeon, 1858 Brewer's Mills, 1859 Wilton/ Harrowsmith, 1860-1861 Napanee, 1862 Wilton (retired)

ASH, John C. was born in 1832 in England and was received on trial in 1856 and was ordained in 1859, 1855 Newcastle, 1856 Chatham, 1857 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1858 Toronto East, 1859 Kingston, 1860-1862 Harrowsmith, 1863 Wilton, 1864-1866 Centreville, 1867 Pakenham/Arnprior, 1869 Campbellford (Northumberland Co.), 1871 Seymour Twp. (Northumberland Co.)

ASHDOWN, J.H. (Christian Guardian) Memoriam Aug 1923 J.H. Ashdown of Winnipeg Manitoba

ASHQUABE, James was received on trial in 1857 in Pigeon River, 1858-1859 Michipicoton, 1860 Lac La Pinte, 1861-1862 Michipicoton, 1863 dropped

ASHTON, W.J. 1896-1899 Florence, 1922 St. Thomas (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam - Ashton, Rev W.J. died Feb 10 1922 St. Thomas signed wife, son and daughter

ATHOE, Thomas was born in 1848 in England, Episcopal, 1876 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1879-1881 Thamesville Camden West Twp. (Kent Co.)

ATKINS, Thomas J. 1877 Norwich, 1878 Malahide, 1879-1880 Brant (Grey Co.), 1881-1884 Humerstone, 1887 Fenwick

ATKINSON, Thomas was born in 1826 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1855 and ordained in 1856, 1856 Rochester, 1857-1858 Gosfield/Rochester, 1859-1860 Mount Brydges, 1861-1863 Warwick, 1864-1865 Wardsville/Euphemia, 1865 Wardsville/Euphremia, 1866-1867 Kingsville, 1868 Jerseyville, 1871 Almonte (Lanark Co.)

ATWOOD, John S. was received on trial in 1827 and was ordained in 1830, 1827-1828 Belleville/Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1829 Lake Simcoe, 1830 Ancaster/Binbrook, 1831-1832 Dumfries/Wellington Co., 1834 Canboro, 1835 Dorchester, 1835 Oxford, 1836 retired on account of ill health.

ATTWOOD, Joseph was treceived on trial in 1822 in the U.S. and was ordained in 1824, 1820 Scarborough, 1823 Smith's Creek, 1824 Yonge St., 1825 returned to the U.S.

AUGUR, Thomas Primitive 1865 & 1870-1871 Bracebridge,

AULD, David was born in 1836 in Scotland, New Connexion, 1863 Arkell Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1871 Galt, 1875 Arkell Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

AUSTIN, Nathan was received on trial in 1869, 1868 Thornbury, 1879 Prescott, married Gertrude Dayman who died Oct 1 1922 in North Vancouver British Columbia widow of Rev Nathan Austin and mother of Oliver D. and Evelyn E. both of North Vancouver BC

AVARD, Joseph was born in PEI and was received on trial in 1818, 1807-1814 PEI local preacher

AVISON, William Primitive, 1911-1915 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1916 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

AWDE, James was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Omemee

AXTLE, Nathan C. was received on trial in 1846 at Chatham, 1845-1846 Florence/Chatham, 1847-1848 Sarnia/St. Clair, 1849 dropped

AYER, Phillip was received on trial in 1836 in Stanstead, 1838 returned to the U.S.

AYLESWORTH, Isaac Brock M.D. was born Nov 16 1821 in Ernestown and was received on trial in 1844 in Hallowell. In 1846 he was ordained at Toronto Conference. 1843-1844 Hallowell, 1845-1853 Demorestville, 1854-1855 Mitchell, 1856-1857 Bradford, 185801859 Kleinburg, 1860-1861 Colbourne, 1862 Newcastle, 1863-1865 Cobourg, 1866-1867 Bradford, 1868 Owen Sound, 1871 Collingwood (Simcoe Co.)

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BADGLEY, Eratus Irvine Episocpal, was born in Prince Edward Co. Ontario and in 1870 married Emma Bell at Napanee Ontario. Victoria College 1868 B.A., 1872 M.A., 1876 LL.B., 1878 LL.D., 1876 Professor at Victoria College

BAILEY, John, Methodist Episcopal was was received on trial in 1833 in London, 1834 Oxford, 1835 Goderich, withdrew 1836, 1836 deligate to General Conference, 1837 Nissouri/London

BAINBRIDGE, Sidney 1925 Bashaw Alberta

BAIRD, John W. 1869 Pickering, 1893-1896 Florence

BAKER, C. 1905-1907 Florence

BAKER, Isaac was born in 1833 in Cornwall England. He married in 1861 Rebecca Sing who died around 1900, daughter of late Joseph Sing of Singhampton. Rev. Baker died on Nov 26 1922 at home in Meaford Ontario, 90 years old and is buried at Lakeview Cemetery beside his wife. As a teen he came with his family from England to St. Thomas Ontario. He is survived by 2 grandchildren Miss Leona Hudson of Bridgeport CT and Mrs Johnston of North Ontario, and 1 aged brother and 1 aged sister of St. Thomas Ontario. Rev. Baker was received on trial in 1857 and was ordained in 1861, 1854 McKillop (Huron Co.), 1857 Nottawasaga, 1858 Cookstown, 1859 student at Vistoria College Cobourg, 1860 Holland Landing, 1861 Nottawsaga/Osprey, 1862 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.), 1863-1865 Durham (Grey Co.), 1865 Mulmer Tp. (Dufferin Co.), 1866-1867 Thornbury, 1868 Euphrasia (Grey Co.), 1869 Walter's Falls, 1871 Holland (Grey Co.)

BAKEWELL, William Henry was born in 1817 in New York City, NY. and died in 1899 in Michigan, 1842 Thedford, 1844 ordained in Leamington, 1846-1847 Stowbridge, 1848-1849 Maberley, 1853-1854 Pembrooke, 1855-1856 United States, 1857 Shefford C.E, 1860-1862 Brock/Durham Co., 1863 expelled, 1866 St. Clair County, Michigan in 1866 where he was Justice of the Peace

BALFOUR, David was born on Mar 12 1855 in Emily, (Victoria Co.). He was the eldest son of William and Margaret (nee Irvine) Balfour and he died on Aug 9 1922 in Lindsay and was buried at Riverside Cemetery Lindsay Ontario. He married Carrie Davitt (deceased) and he married his second wife Jessie Mallory (nee Jackson) on Oct 23 1889. 1910 East Ward Lindsay, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. David Balfour born Mar 12 1855 Emily, Victoria Co. Ontario, eldest son of William and Margaret Balfour (nee Irvine), married Carrie Davitt (deceased), married 2nd wife Oct 23 1889 Mrs Mallory (nee Miss Jessie Jackson) died Aug 9 1922 Lindsay Ontario, buried Riverside Cemetery Lindsay Ontario, survived by wife, son Harry Balfour of Edmonton Alberta and daughter Mary of Lindsay Ontario (1 other daughter died at age 4 shortly after her mother), 1 brother and 3 sisters

BALL, J.E. married Ethel Studholme, 1924 Foremost Alberta (Christian Guardian) Births - Ball, a daughter was born on Jun 16 1924 at Foremost Alberta to Rev. and Mrs J.E. Ball (Ethel Studholme)

BALL, William S. was born in 1826 in Ontario, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

BALTROP, Charles was born on Jul 4, 1844, 1924 Toronto Ontario (Christian Guardian) Rev. Charles Baltrop celebrated his 80th birthday Jul 4 1924 in Toronto Ontario and recently celebrated 54th. wedding anniversary.

BAMFORD, Robert 1832 London

BAMFORD, Stephen 1821 and 1831 Charlottetown PEI

BANGS, Nathaniel was among the first converts to Methodism in New York State. In 1802, as a circuit minister with a tremendous faith in God, he came into Ontario via the Niagara District and visited Oxford Co. where people came of all faiths - it was a rare thing to have such a visit in the early days. He was received on trial in 1802 and ordained in 1804. 1801 Niagara/Long Point, 1802 Bay of Quinte, 1803 Scarborough, 1803 Jerseyville/Ancaster (Wentworth Co.) where he preached in Garret Howell's home, a one room log house with an earthen floor, and an earthen fireplace. While preaching a west wind arose and blew smoke from the fireplace into the cabin. Rev. Bangs sent eleven year old Peter Howell out to plug the cracks in the chimney, which he did with pumpkin leaves, the only things handy. 1805 first Canadian Camp Meeting at Hay Bay, Bay of Quinte, 1820 Oswegatchie District,

BANTINLUMER, Henry was born in 1828 in Ontario, 1867 Teeswater (Bruce Co.), 1871 Paris (Brant Co.)

BANTINLUMER, Peter M. was born in 1836 in Ontario, 1871 Charlotteville (Norfolk Co.)

BANYARD, William M. was born in 1818 in the United States, Episcopal, (black) 1859-1863 BME church Oro Twp., 1871 Chatham Tp. (Kent Co.)

BARBER, F. Louis D.D. Primitive, 1905-1908 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

BARBER, Isaac was was received on trial in 1850 and ordained in 1853, 1849 Grimsby, 1850 St. Catharines, 1851 Binbrook/Glandford, 1852 Bradford, 1853 Stratford, 185401855 Huntingdon, 1856 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1856 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1857 Galt, 1857-1858 Port Dover, 1859-1861 Lymdock, 1861 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1862-1863 London, 1864 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1864-1865 Strathroy, removed to U.S. in 1866

BARBER, James 1904 Arthur (Wellington Co.)

BARBER, Ozias Dalhousie, was received on trial in 1842, 1841 Buckingham, 1842 Matilda, 1843 Elizabethtown, 1844 Mississippi, 1845 Gananoque, 1846 Bowmanville, 1847-1848 Cainesville, 1849 Adelaide, 1850 Simcoe, 1851-1852 Dumfries, 1853-1855 Ingersoll, 1856-1857 Aylmer C.W., 1858 Norwich Twp. (Oxford Co.), 1860-1861 Wesleyville, 1862-1864 Rawdon, 1865-1867 Tamworth (retired), 1867 Adelaide

BARKER, A.E. 1898 Park St. Methodist Church, Chatham, alive 1924 Kincardine Ontario. He married Margaret Howe former resident of Wallaceburg Ontario who died in 1924 in Kincardine Ontario

BARKER, Cephas was born in 1818 in Chatham (kent Co.) and died in 1881. He was converted as a teenager and entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1838. In 1856 he was sent by the Conference to investigate the worrying state of the Church on Prince Edward Island, Canada. He remained on the island for nine years as Superintendent Minister, during which time there was a dramatic increase in membership. In 1865 he moved to Ontario and served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1864-65 and 1868. In addition to pastoral duties he filled a large number of Connexional positions and this heavy load of responsibility probably contributed to his sudden death, which occurred in London, Ontario.

BARKER, Dawson was born in 1840 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Camden (Bothwell)

BARKER, G.W. 1906 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

BARKER, Isaac 1850 Thorold

BARKER, William R. was born in 1842 in Ontario and died in 1930 and was received in 1862. He married Mary M. Barker who was born in 1841 and died in 1913 and was buried at Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1867-1871 Fenelon Falls (Victoria Co.)

BARLOW, William Montreal

BARNABY, Lyman was born in 1841 in Ontario, 1871 Harwich (Kent Co.)

BARNABY, R.H. 1894 Wesley/Underwood,

BARRACLOUGH, W.H. 1922 Lindsay Ontario, 1926 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.), (Christian Guardian) Mrs T. Barraclough died on Oct 9, 1922 in Ingersoll Ontario, funeral Oct 12 1922 at Ingersoll Ontario. She was a sister of the late Rev. Thomas Crosby (pioneer of Pacific Coast) and mother of Rev. W.H. Barraclough of Lindsay Ontario. Her husband died at the turn of the century and she is survived by a son and 4 daughters: Misses Gertrude and Clara at home, Mrs (Dr) Frank E. Bennett of St. Thomas Ontario, and Mrs Maurice S. Walker of Flat Rock, Michigan

BARRASS, Edward M.A. was born in 1822 in England and was received on trial in 1859, 1866-1869 Fredericksburg & Ernestown (Lennox Co.), 1869-1871 Albion (Cardwell), 1873 Newmarket (York Co.), 1874 King (York Co.), 1880 Brooklin, 1881 Emily (Peterborough Co.)

BARRATT, George M. 1870 Falmouth N.S.

BARRETT, C.W. 1923-1928 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

BARRY, John died 1838, 1832 York, 1833 Montreal

BARTLET, H. 1860-1863 Paris (Brant Co.)

Rev. Thomas Edwin Bartley BARTLEY, Thomas Edwin was born on May 16, 1860 at May, Co. Tyrone, Ireland and was received on trial in 1882 and was ordaind by the Toronto Conference in 1887. 1882 Dalston/Barrie, 1883-1884 Greenwood/Brougham, 1885 Pickering, 1887-1890 Dovercourt Toronto, 1890-1891 Davisville North Toronto

                                     

                                     

BARTON, King died in 1835 of fever at St. Clair "He was suddenly removed at St. Clair, whether he had recently proceeded to settle his family."

BARTRAM, Eli was born in 1818 in the United States, Episcopal, 1860 & 1873 Binbrook, 1871 Canborough (Monck)

BARTROP, Charles was born in 1845 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Sophiasburgh (Prince Edward Co.)

BASKERVILLE, James was born in 1820 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 St. Vincent (Grey Co.), 1924 Manitoulin Island Ontario

BASS, W.A. was born in 1847 in Canada 1880 Beachburg Westmeath Twp. (Renfrew,Co.)

BATTEN, William J. was born in 1835 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Trafalgar (Halton Co.)

BATTRICK, Nathaniel was born in 1814 in England, 1871 Glanford (Wentworth Co.)

BATTY, James Lumb (Christian Guardian) Late Rev James Lumb Batty was born in 1858 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He married his wife in the Annapolis Valley, NS and he died on Oct 6 1922 in Victoria BC. He came to Canada in 1882, Halifax NS then to Winnipeg MB in 1919 Victoria BC survived by wife buried Ross Bay Cemetery, Victoria BC. (Christian Guardian) Rev J.L. Batty - an appreciation, died Dec 12 1922 Victoria BC

BAWTENHIMER, Peter was received in 1859, 1869 Lynedock

BAWTENHIMER, H. was received in 1855, 1868 Paris (retired)

BAXTER, John was born in 1808 in Ontario and was received in 1831, 1833 Thorold, 1835 received into full connexion at Conference in Hamilton, 1835 Gosfield (London), 1838-1839 Florence/Thames, 1840-1841 Albion, 1842-1843 Darlington/Pickering (Newcastle), 1844 Whitby, 1846 E.Gwillimbury (Simcoe Co.), 1847 Vaughan (York Co.), 1848 Chinguacosy (Peel Co.), 1851 Walpole (London), 1851 Nanticoke, 1854-1855 Welland superannuated, 1858 Bertie (Welland), 1859 Port Abino (1869 Retired), 1871 Bertie (Welland)

BAXTER, Michael was born in 1803 in England and was received on trial in 1843 and was ordained in 1846, 1842 Augusta, 1843 Cornwall, 1844 Bytown, 1846-1846 St. Andrews, 1847 Elizabethtown, 1848-1849 Pembrooke, 1849 Osa (Midland), 1850 Lanark/Lavant (Bathurst), 1851-1852 Newborough (Kingston), 1852 Bastard Tp. (Johnstown), 1853 Newborough (Kingston), 1853-1854 Madoc (Hastings Co.), 1855-1857 Hungerford, 1858 Demorestville, 1859 Gatineau, 1860 Picton (retired), 1861-1863 Demorestville, 1864 Hungerford, 1865 Picton, 1866 Demorestville, 1867 Welland, 1871 Pelham Tp.

BEATTIE, Daniel M. B.A. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp.

BEATTIE, Francis R. D.D. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp.

BEATTIE William E. B.A. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp.

BEATTY, John was born in 1799 and died on June 30, 1864. He was received on trial in 1828, 1826-1827 Yonge St., 1828 Newmarket/Lake Simcoe, 1829-1830 Belleville, 1831 Agent Victoria College Cobourg, 1833-1834 London, 1834 Toronto Twp., 1835 Yonge St/Scarborough, 1837 Yonge Street, 1837 Toronto (Hospital St.), 1842 Cobourg (dau. Mary Jane married Rev. Issac B. Howard Nov 13, 1844), Newmarket, Belleville, London, 1854-1864 Cobourg superannuated(retired)

BECKWITH James

BEDFORD, A. 1924 Toronto (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Porter - Bedford. Married on Jun 28 1924 at bride's parents' home in Toronto Ontario by Rev. A Bedford, bride's father Mary Dorothy Bedford to Horace C Porter only son of Mrs Porter and the late Mr S.C. Porter of Oshawa Ontario

BEE, William was born in 1827 in Weirdale, Cty of Durham England, and died January 7, 1905 in Toronto. He was married in 1852 to Jane Martindale in England and they had eight children. They emigrated to Canada in 1856. Primitive, 1857-1858 Pilkington/Peel/Woolwich Tp. (Wellington Co.), 1862 Drumbo (Oxford Co.), 1866 Collins Bay, 1869 Albion, 1871 Reach (Ontario Co.), 1877-1878 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

BEECHAM, John

BEEMER, Abraham was born in 1835 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Hamilton

BEESON, Henry was born in 1830 and died on May 11, 1867. He was received on trial in 1858, 1858-1859 Chatham, 1860 Hamilton, 1861-1862 visiting England, 1863 Grimsby, 1864-1865 Chaudiere, 1866 Ottawa

BEGG, Martin was received on trial in 1859 in Artesmia, 1860 Brocke, 1861 dropped

BELL, James was born in 1811 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1838 Westminster/London, 1845-1847 Bertie, 1858 Galt, 1871 London City

BELL, James C. was born in 1849 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1879 Thornbury Collingwood Twp. (Grey Co.)

BELL, John D. was born in 1822 in Ontario, 1871 Napanee (Lennox Co.)

BELL, John was born in 1828 in Quebec, Episcopal, 1871 Mountain (Dundas Co.)

BELL, John was born in 1848 in Ontario, 1871 Marysburgh North (Prince Edward Co.)

BELL, Joseph C. was born on Sept 15 1850 in Whitby Ontario He was the son of William Bell and Elizabeth (Cryderman). 1880 Thornbury/Collingwood (Grey Co.), 1889-1892 Binbrook, 1902-1905 Stirling (Hastings Co.), In 1872 he married Sarah Buchannan of Brampton Ontario who died in 1914. He then married after 1914 Ellen Gregg of Brooklin Ontario. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Joseph C. Bell died Jan 29 1924 Uxbridge Ontario buried Brooklin Cemetery Ontario, residing at Port Perry Ontario, predeceased by 2 brothers: Rev. Thomas C. Bell (died few years ago in New York State) and Rev. Robert (died April 1924 New York State), 1 daughter and 1 son survived by wife, daughter Mrs (Dr) Gibson of Lynden Ontario and sister Mrs. White of Sanford Ontario, last 6 years home has been in Port Perry Ontario, lived winter of 1923/24 with sister in Sanford

BELL, Robert H. was born in 1840 in Quebec and was the son of William and Elizabeth (Cryderman) and was received in 1864. He died in April 1924 in New York State, 1864 Harrington, 1865 L'Original, 1866-1867 March, 1868 Newburg, 1871 Camden East (Addington), 1905 Dublin St Guelph

BELL, Thomas C. son of William and Elizabeth (Cryderman) and died 1920 New York State, Episcopal, was received on trial in 1859 and was ordained in 1863, 1858 Smith's Falls, 1859 Merrickville, 1860-1861 Cookstown, 1862 Bertie, 1863-1864 Newmarket/Aurora, 1865-1866 New Ireland, 1867 Melbourne, 1867 Bolton, 1877 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

BELTON, Samuel, Methodist Episcopal was born in 1790 and died on Ocober 6, 1861. He was received on trial in 1818 and was ordained in 1821, 1825 The Rev. S. Belton was sent to form a circuit in the newly settled townships between the Mississepa [sic] and Ottawa rivers, in Upper Canada, places which had been seldom if ever visited by any minister of the gospel. The settlements had been formed chiefly by emigrants from Ireland, who were in very moderate circumstances, and therefore unable to do much for the support of religious institutions. They were, however, thankful for the care thus manifested for their spiritual welfare, generally listened with attention to the word of life, and did what they could to make the missionary comfortable. That the word took effect is manifest from the fact that the next year there were returned on the Minutes two hundred and seven members, and the work has continued to prosper, under the labors of God's servants, from that to the present time. 1818 Ancaster, 1819 York, 1820 Westminster, 1821 Hollowell, 1822-1823 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1824 Belleville, 1825 Mississippi/Ottawa, 1826-1827 Bay of Quinte, 1828-1829 Fort George, 1828 Methodist Episcopal Conference representative in Pittsburg, 1830 Westminster, 1831 Ancaster/Binbrook, 1832 Nelson, 1833 1833-1834 Lake Simcoe/Coldwater, 1835 Dumfries, 1836 Hamilton (retired), 1837-1838 Grimsby, 1839-1840 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1841-1842 Reesorville, 1843 Whitby, 1844 Lake Simcoe, 1845-1846 Credit, 1851-1861 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.) superannuated,

BENHAM, John Cobourg, Rice Lake, Lake Simcoe

BENNET, William entered the Methodist ministry in 1800 in Nova Scotia, Canada. He served twenty years of an active ministry on the island and superannuated in 1821 at Newport where he died in 1858.

BENNETT, George was born in 1817 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1850 Binbrook, 1865 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1871 Gwillimbury East (York Co.), 1876-1878 Wilowdale (York Co.)

BENNETT, William 1872-1894 Springville Monaghan Twp.,

BENSON, C.E. was born in 1846 in Ontario, 1871 Camden (Bothwell)

Rev. Manley Benson BENSON, Manly was born on April 27, 1842 in Prince Edward Co. Ontario. He was married July 9, 1867. to Julia, daughter of Hon. Walter McCrea, Chatham. He was received on trial in 1863, 1863 Romney, 1864 Chatham, 1865 Sandwich/Windsor, 1866 Sarnia, ordained in 1867 in Hamilton, 1867 Ridgetown, 1868-1870 Wardsville/Newbury, 1870 Cooksville, 1871 Mosa (Middlesex Co.), 1873-1874 Centenary Church Hamilton, 1876 Central Church Stratford, 1878 First Church St. Thomas, 1883 Brant Ave. Brantford, 1887-1891 Toronto (Central Church, Berkley Street, and Queen Street)

                                     

BENSON, Michael was born in 1833 in Ontario, 1871 Bothwell Town, 1872 Hamilton

BENSON, William was born in 1836 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871-1872 Lambeth/Westminster (Middlesex Co.), 1880 Mt. Elgin,

BENTLEY, H.J. 1922 Charing Cross, (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Bentley, Mrs. M.J. was born Pamela Todd Oct 31 1854 Twp of Cartwright, Durham Co., Ontario. She was married May 31 1876 M.J. Bentley died Oct 9 1922. At the age of six her family moved to Kent Co. and settled at Guilds near Blenheim Ontario. She was survived by her husband, 1 son Rev H.J. Bentley of Charing Cross and 1 daughter Mrs (Rev) W.R. Osborne of Londesboro

BERITT, Thomas 1854-1855 Thorold

BERNEY, Daniel in 1835 was received on trial at Conference in Hamilton and was ordained in 1837, 1835 Clarendon, 1836-1837 Richmond, 1838-1839 Elizabethtown/Gananoque, 1840-1841 Augusta, 1842-1843 Matilda, 1844 Crosby,

BERRY, Francis was born in 1822 in Toronto Ontario and was received on trial in 1852, 1852 Ordained, 1852 Dumfries, 1853 St. George,1854-1855 Aylmer C.W. (Brantford), 1856-1857 Sarnia, 1858-1859 St. Thomas, 1860-1862 Napanee, 1863 Withby/Oshawa, 1864-1866 Muncey, 1867 Smithville, 1867-1871 Collingwood (Simcoe Co.)

BERRY, James Episcopal 1855 Erin (Wellington Co.), The Rev C.E. Cornish assigned the supply of Erin (Wellington Co.) to Rev. James Berry, a brother of the Rev. Francis Berry, who like his brother Francis, had labored in some smaller Methodist body - the Episcopal, I surmise. He gave so much satisfaction during this year, that he was received on trial at the next Conference in 1856, and received ordination at the one after that in 1857; but, as he then left and went to the States, I follow him no further...written by Rev. John Carroll (1855) 1856 Goderich, 1857 Bayfield

BERTRAM, M.H. Episcopal, 1880 Stanley/London,

BEST, E. Leslie 1923 Salmon Arm British Columbia (Christian Guardian) Births - Verna Emily Best was born on Oct 15 1923 in Salmon Arm BC and was a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E. Leslie Best

BETTS, Jonathan E. was born in 1824 in England and was received on trial in 1856 ad was ordained in 1857, 1855 Hamilton, 1856 Quebec, 1857 Kingston, 1858 Dundas, 1859-1861 Binbrook/Glasford, 1862-1863 Smithville, 1864-1866 Milton, 1867 Mt. Pleasant, 1867 Tilsonburg, 1871 Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1880 Thornhill

BETTS, John 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student,

BETTS, L.A. was born in 1826 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Ernestown (Lennox)

BEVITT, Thomas was born in 1796 and died on February 5, 1865. He was received on trial in 1830, Episcopal, He married Joanna daughter Eliza Ann born Oct. 5, 1833 baptized by Rev. W. Stinson, 1829 Kingston, 1830-1831 Hallowell, 1832 Belleville, 1833-1834 Cobourg/Smith's Creek Circuit, 1835-1836 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1836 Scarborough, 1837 Stamford, 1838-1840 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1840 Brantford, 1841 Yonge St., 1842-1843 Bytown, 1844-1845 Matilda Tp. (Eastern), 1847 Kingston, 1848 Prescott, 1849 Oxford (Johnstown), 1850 Merrickville, 1851 Brockville, 1854-1855 Thorold, 1854-1855 Chairman of Hamilton District, 1856-1864 St. Catharines (retired)

BEYNON, George was born in 1814 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1840, 1840 Elizabethtown/Gananoque, 1841 Hull, 1842-1843 L'Original, 1844-1845 Mississippi, 1846 Sheffield, 1847-1849 Wilton, 1850 Kemptville, 1851 Newmarket, 1852-1854 Bath/Amherst Isle (Kingston), 1855-1857 Farmersville, 1958-1860 Newboro, 1860 Chairman Newboro circuit, 1861-1863 Carleton Place, 1864 Oakville, 1865-1867 Weston, 1871 York West

BIELBY, William M. was born in 1841 in Ontario, 1871 Artemesia (Grey Co.), 1890 Wesley/Underwood,

BIGGAR, Hamilton was born in 1806 in Ontario and was received in 1837, 1827 Indian Mission for the Chippewa tribe at Rice Lake, 1829 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1830 Whitby, 1831 Vienna, London, 1832 Westminster, 1833 Long Point, 1835 Cobourg, 1836 Yonge Street, 1838 Nelson, 1840 Drummondville, 1842 Mowhawk Mission, 1846 he was treasurer of Cobourg College for 2 years, 1848 Grimsby, 1850 Dumfries, 1850-1851 Blenheim (Oxford Co.) and settled in Brantford when he retired in about 1852, 1854 - 1871 Brantford

BIGNEY, John G. 1870 Albertson PEI

BIRD. Francis 1839-1840 Binbrook,

BIRD, William Claude was born on March 1811 at Fermanagh. Ireland, Episcopal, He came to Canada in 1840 and married Mary in 1843 and had 6 children, 1845-1846 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1856 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. 1871-1878 Thurlow (Hastings Co.), 1893 living Con 9 Lot 4 Thurlow Tp., buried in Foxboro, Thurlow Tp., Hastings Co.

BIRKS, A.K. L.L.B. 1886-1887 Dublin St Guelph

BIRKS, William was born in 1829 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Augusta (Grenville)

BISHOP, George J. D.D. 1905 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

BISHOP, James Hy was received on trial in 1851, 1854-1855 Montreal West, 1857-1858 Toronto, 1866 London, 1867-1869 Toronto North

BISHOP, Luther 1828 Oswegatchie District, Long Point

BISSEL, George Ottawa, Bay of Quinte, Toronto

BLACK, John W. 1834 Lindsay, 1835 Peterborough, 1835-1836 Cavan (Newcastle), Perth, Mississippi, Ottawa, 1838 Richmond, 1838-1844 Ernestown, 1844 Cramahe Twp. (Newcastle), 1845-1846 Camden East, 1846-1847 Fredericksburg Amherst Island Bay of Quinte, 1850-1852 Napanee, 1851-1852 Brighton, Murray, 1852 Ernestown, 1852 Richmond, 1854-1855 Stirling Rawdon Twp.(Hastings Co.)

BLACK, M. 1850-1852 Fredericksburg

BLACK, William was born in 1760 Huddersfield, Yorkshire and died in 1834. He emigrated with his family to Nova Scotia in 1775 and was converted during a Methodist meeting four years later. Black commenced travelling with the New Light congregationalist preacher Henry Alline in 1781 although the two men soon quarrelled and went their separate ways. Black worked for several years in association with the American preacher Freeborn Garrettson and was ordained by the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1789, with the appointment of presiding elder for eastern British North America. Black ended his connection with the American Methodist Church in 1800 and was appointed chairman of the Nova Scotia district by the British Conference. He retired in 1812. Black was the most important figure in Methodism in Atlantic Canada during it's early period.

BLACKSTOCK, Moses 1854-1855 Millbrook supernumerary(retired)

BLACKSTOCK, William S. was born in 1824 in Buffalo, New York and his family moved to Toronto in 1827 when he was tree years old. He was married in 1850 to Miss Mary Gibbs, born in 1826 and was still living in 1906 they had two sons. He was received on trial in 1846. He died in November 1905 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. 1848 Bradford, 1852 Brampton, 1854-1855 Yonge Street, 1866-1869 Milton, 1871 Goderich (Huron Co.), 1877 Selby, 1880 Oshawa, 1881-1887 Toronto (retired)

BLAINE, William 1854-1871 Springville Monaghan Twp.,

BLAKER, George 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1855 Lake Superior/North Shore

BLANCHARD, R.W. Episcopal, 1862 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

BLANCHARD, Shem was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1858, 1868-1871 Zorra East (Oxford Co.), 1875-1876 St. Vincent (Simcoe Co.)

BLAND, Henry F. was born in 1823 in England and was received on trial in 1858, 1868-1869 Flamboro (Wentworth), 1869-1871 Kingston, 1872 Belleville

BLOODSWORTH, J. Episcopal, 1880 Thamesford,

BLOOMFIELD, Arthur G. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Millbrook,

BLOUNT, George N. was born in 1830 in the United States and was received on trial as a Episcopal Methodist, 1871 St. Catharines

BOEHM, Henry Matilda

BOOTH, James was born in 1781 in Yorkshire England, and died Jan 22, 1854 in Kingston and he was ordained in 1816, 1819 Kingston, 1819 preached in York, Quebec, Stanstead, Barnston, Shefford, 1845 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1847 received at Toronto Conference, 1847-1848 Simcoe, 1850 Peterborough, 1853 Kingston (Frontenac Co.)

BOND, Stephen was born in 1838 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1856, 1861-1862 Erin, 1864 Garafraxa/Erin (Wellington Co.), 1867-1871 Arthur/ Mount Forest (Wellington Co.)

BORDEN, J. 1870 Margaret's Bay/Sambro N.S.

BORLAND, John, was received in 1835, Melbourne, 1848 Stanstead Montreal, 1854-1858 Toronto West, 1868 Sherbrooke

BOTHWELL, William b 1823 Ireland, 1871-1877 Groves End/Malahide (Elgin Co.) was also the Postmaster and lived on 70 acres Con 2 Lot 26

BOTSFIELD, J. 1853 Matilda (Eastern)

BOTTERELL Edmund was received on trial in 1847, 1847 London, 1848 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Halifax (retired)

BOTTOMS, William E. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Romney,

BOWLBY, C.L. died in 1907 in Dundas Ontario. He was married to Anna J. Bowley who was born in 1864 and died in 1924 in Hamilton Ontario

Rev. George Boyd BOYD, George was born February 13, 1847 at Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, Scotland. He came to Newfoundland in 1872 and was ordained in 1877. Rev. Boyd was united in marriage with Miss Bartlett, daughter of Isaac Bartlett, of Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, on the 23rd. of Agust, 1877. He spent 18 years in the Newfoundland Conference. 1877 Port-de-Grave, 1879 Cupids, 1881 Carbonear, 1883 Harbour Grace, 1886 St. John's, 1891 Queens Avenue London and Chairman of the London District.

                                     

BOYD, John Henry was born in 1817 in Ireland, 1866 Leslie (York Co.), 1870-1871 Toronto, 1880-1883 Brantford

BOYD, Thomas 1912 Oakville

BOYES, James S. 1866 Toronto Circuit

BOYLE, William Primitive 1866 Malton (Peel Co.)

BRABY, John was born in 1836 in Ireland, 1871 Clinton (Lincoln)

BRADEN, William born in Ireland 1854 came out from Pembrooke and was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Carleton Place

BRADFORD, W.G. 1924 Ashton Ontario

BRADLEY, William F. was born in 1830 in England, Primitive, 1847 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 West Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

BRADSHAW, J. 1873 Brampton

BRADSHAW, Thomas P. was born in 1815 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1866 Willowdale (York Co.), 1871 Oakville (Halton Co.), 1875 Parkhill,

BRAUN, C.F. was born in Germany and arrived in Canada in 1856 as a German Methodist minister , 1879 Sebringville Ellice Twp. (Perth Co.)

BRAY, Thomas 1923 Sask (Christian Guardian) Births - Bray, John Trethewey was born on Feb 12 1923 and was the son of Rev and Mrs Thomas Bray of Sintaluta, SK

BREAKENRIDGE, David 1824-1824 Leeds/Grenville

BRECK, Thomas 1863-1864 Camden East,

BRECKEN, E.Ralph M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1869, 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student, 1924 Erin (Wellington Co.)

BREDIN, John was born in 1820 in Ireland and died in 1891, was received on trial in 1842. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. He married Sarah Ann Storm their daughter Mary Amelia died in Cobourg on May 1, 1858 at the age of 4 years and their son Samuel Storm died in Cobourg on Apr 29 1858 at 6 years old, 1840 & 1847-1848 Norfolk St. Guelph/Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1847-1848 Upper Woolwich/Elora/Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1850-1851 Cobourg, 1851 St. Thomas, 1852-1854 Toronto East, 1854 Barton (Hamilton), 1857-1858 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1858 Cobourg,1868 Yonge Street South, 1871 York East, March 13, 1848 Rev. Bredin gave a lecture on "the moral influence of the Press" to the Guelph Mechanics' Institute at the Wellington County Courthouse, 1848 officer of the Guelph Branch of the Upper Canada Bible Society.

BREMMER, George 1867 Paisley (Bruce Co.)

BRENN, Benjamin was born in 1848 in Ontario, 1871 Dover (Kent Co.)

BRETHERN, S. David was born in 1838 in Ontario, 1871 Belleville (Hastings Co.)

BRETHOUR, David L. was received on trial in 1860, 1864-1865 Richmond, 1868 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1868 Belleville, 1868 Camden East, 1873 Cooksville (Peel Co.), 1873-1875 Windsor (Essex Co.), 1888-1890 Thorold

BRETTLE, Eliza 1870 Sackville N.B.

BREWSTER, John 1862 Charlottetown PEI

BREWSTER, Robert was received on trial in 1851, 1854-1855 Winchester (Brockville), 1857 Adolphustown, 1859 Matilda Twp. (Dundas Co.), 1860 Hullett Twp. (Huron Co.), 1862 Adolphustown 1862 Montague (Lanark Co.), 1864 Kitley Twp. (Leeds Co.), 1865-1867 Hullett Twp. (Huron Co.), 1867 Anniversary service at Goderich, 1867-1870 Fergus/Nichol/Garafraxa/Pilkington (Wellington Co.)

BRIDEN, William was born in 1828 in England, arrived in Canada and was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, 1855 Sheffield (Kingston), 1856 Metcalfe, 1861-1863 Norwood, 1864-1865 Wilton, 1866 Selby, 1871 Pittsburgh, Howe Island (Frontenac), 1878 Odessa Ernestown Twp. (Lennox & Addington Co.)

BRIDGEMAN, George H. M.A. was born in 1842 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1865, 1864-1867 Paris (Brant Co.), 1868-1871 St. Catharines

BRIDGEMAN, W. 1876 Binbrook,

BRIGGS, Joel was born in 1828 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1850 in Chatham, 1843 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1851 Goderich, 1852 Grimsby, 1853 Dundas, ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Cookstown/Innisfil (Simcoe Co.), 1856 Owen Sound/Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1857 Milford, 1859 Ameliasburg/Athol (Prince Edward Co.), 1863-1866 Walpole (Norfolk Co.), 1866-1867 Crowland (Welland), 1868-1871 Georgetown (Halton Co.),

Rev. William Briggs BRIGGS, William D.D. was born in 1835 in Banbridge, Co. Down, Ireland of Scotch-Irish parents. His mother died when he was a child and he moved to Liverpool England at age 6 and stayed until 20 years old, 1841-1855 moved to and was educated in Liverpool England. He was received on trial in 1859 in Quebec and he died on Nov 5 1922 at the residence of his son Mr A.W. Briggs of Port Credit Ontario, Mrs Briggs died in 1919 (Christian Guardian), 1859 Montreal, 1860 Toronto East, 1861 Belleville, 1863 Cobourg, 1864 Hamilton, 1864-1867 Toronto, 1867-1871 London, 1872 Hamilton

                                

BRISTOL, Burness was born in 1827 in Ontario, 1858 Burford (Brant Co.), 1862 Embro (Oxford Co.), 1870-1871 Lynden/Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1873-1874 Brantford

BRISTOL, Coleman W. was born in 1834 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1859 at Cobourg, Episcopal, 1861 Tutor Victoria College Cobourg, 1861 Mitchell, 1862 Blythe, 1864 Wawanosh (Huron Co.), 1864 Logan (Perth Co.), 1865 Hanover, 1867-1869 Ainleyville Brant Twp. (Bruce Co.), 1870 Grey Tp. (Huron Co.), 1871 Morris (Huron Co.), 1880 Dorchester,

BRISTOL, Emerson was born in 1813 in Palmyra Twp, New York and died in 1895. He settled in Haldimand Co. with his parents in 1829. Episcopal Methodist circuit rider and was received on trial in 1835. 1849-1850 Binbrook, 1862-1863 Binbrook/Hamilton, 1870 Binbrook, 1871 Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1877 Binbrook,

BRISTOL, Nathaniel 1867 Hanover (Bruce Co.)

BRISTOL, William Osborne was born in 1888 and died in 1949, entered the ministry as a member of Bethesda Church, Ancaster. His son Dr. Lyle O. Bristol served as a Baptist minister as did William

BROADWAY, A. 1878 Brantford (Brant Co.)

Rev. James BrockBROCK, James was born in 1812 in Ireland and died in May 1901 in Kingston and was received on trial in 1830, 1830 Rideau, 1831 Bonechire, 1832 Mississippi, 1835 Perth (Lanark Co.), 1836 Bytown, 1838 Elizabethtown, 1839 Cobourg, 1841 Quebec, 1843 Stanstead, 1846 St. Johns, 1849 Huntingdon, 1852-1855 Odelltown Montreal, 1855-1857 Ottawa, 1858-1860 Brockville, 1861-1863 Norfolk Street Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1864 Smith, 1865 Peterborough, 1866-1867 Prescott, 1868-1871 St. Catharines, 1872-1874 Lindsay, 1878 Kingston (Frontenac Co.)

Rev. James Brock's house in Kingston, Ontario 1880's

                                

BROCK, Thomas was born in 1837 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1858, 1858 Mount Brydges, 1959 Romney, 1860 New Ireland, 1861 student at Victoria College Cobour, 1862 Newcastle, 1863 Ernestown, 1863 Clarke Twp. (Durham Co.), 1864 Clinton, 1865 Galt, 1866 Georgetown, 1867 Milton, 1868-1871 Packenham/Arnprior (Renfrew Co.), 1872-1873 Drummond (Lanark Co.), 1874 Perth (Lanark Co.), 1877-1878 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

BROLEY, James was born on August 22, 1835 in Cty Tyrone, Ireland and he and his family emigrated to Canada in 1837 and settled Vaughn Twp. (York Co.) He was received on trial in 1857 and was ordained on June 9, 1861 in Brantford (Brant Co.). He was married in 1861 to Maria Matthews of Acton Ontario and they had four children. 1857 Erin, 1858 Bowmanville, 1859 Stouffville, 1860 Prince Albert, 1861 Orangeville, 1863 Rondeau, 1865 Sandwich/Windsor, 1867 1868 Warwick, 1869-1871 Bowmanville, 1871-1874 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.), 1874-1877 Windsor, 1877-1880 Watford, 1880-1883 Palmerston (Wellington Co.), 1883-1886 Seaforth

BROOKING, Robert D. was born in 1814 in England and was received on trial in 1839 in Western Australia, 1847 received at Toronto Conference, 1847 Rice Lake, 1852-1853 St. Clair, 1854-1859 Oxford House/Norway House Hudson Bay Territory, 1860-1868 Hiawatha, 1869 Rama (Ontario Co.), 1871 Otonabee (Peterborough Co.)

BROOKS, John S. 1846 Queen's Bush/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1906 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

BROWN, A.H. 1898 Wesley/Underwood, 1901 Brussels, 1909-1912 Merlin (London), 1917-1920 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.)

BROWN, Brinton P. M.D. was received on trial on 1856. 1856 Aylmer C.W., 1857-1862 Bayham, 1863-1864 Belmont, 1865-1867 Woodstock, 1869 removed to the United States

BROWN, D.A. was born in 1807 in the United States, Episcopal, 1853 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Clarendon (Addington)

BROWN, F.L. B.A. Superintendent of Missions in Ontario spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist October 1922

BROWN, George Martin was born in 1838 in England and received on trial in 1862, 1862 Cooksville, 1863 Yonge St. North, 1864 Albion, 1865 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1866 Stratford, 1867-1869 Keppel (Grey Co.), 1871 Arran (Bruce Co.)

BROWN, George was received on trial on 1860 in Durham C.E., 1861 Eaton, 1862 Consecon, 1863 dropped

BROWN George was born in 1836 in Ireland and was received on trial as a New Connexion minister in 1857, 1857 Woodstock, 1858 Aylmer C.W., 1859 Blenheim, 1860 Elora, 1861-1862 Shannonville, 1863 Consecon, 1865-Innisfil, 1866 Aurora/Holland Landing/Queensville (York Co.), 1868 Lloydtown, 1871 St. Patrick's (Hamilton), 1875 Moulton

BROWN, Nelson was born in 1821 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1846 and he was ordained in 1854, 1846 Colbourne, 1847 student at Victoric College Cobour, 1848 Norwood, 1849 Colbourne, 1850 Chippewa, 1854-1855 Hungerford/Shannonville/Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1855-1856 Richmond, 1856-1858 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1859-1860 Strathroy, 1860 Stouffville, 1861 Wallace, 1863-1864 Rockwood (Wellington Co.), 1865 Elma (Perth Co.), 1867 Trowbridge, 1868 Guelph (retired), 1871 Elma (Perth Co.)

BROWN, Robert was received on trial in 1849. 1849-1855 Vermont USA, 1856 Hunntingto C.E., 1858 St. Andrews, 1861-1863 Eaton,

BROWN, Samuel 1851 African Methodist Peel (Wellington Co.)

BROWN, Thomas Brush Episcopal, 1829 Nissouri Twp. (Middlesex Co.), 1880 Aylmer,

BROWN, T.J. was born on June 2, 1858 in Burford (Brant Co.), 1879 Oaklands, 1880 Westminster, 1881 Aylmer, 1882 St. Mayr's, 1883 Dunnville, 1884 Welland, 1885 International Bridge, 1886 Mukwonago, WIS, USA

BROWN, Thomas C. was born in 1844 in Ontario, Episcopal and died in 1823 in Brockville Ontario. He was married to Caroline R. Pink who died in 1925 in Montreal, 1871 Whitby West (Ontario Co.)

BROWN, W.G. was born in 1840 in Ontario, Episcopal, and arrived in Canada in 1867, 1871-1875 Linden Ancaster Twp. (Wentworth Co.), 1875 living on Con 1 Lot 13 of Ancaster Twp.

BROWN, W.T. was the son of Thomas C Brown, 1924 Montreal Quebec

BROWN, William C. 1862 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Digby/Weymouth N.S.

BROWN, William D. was born in 1815 in Ontario and was received on trial as an Episcopal Minister in 1856 in Cornwall, 1855 Binbrook, 1856-1858 Sherbrooke, 1859-1861 Leeds, 1862-1863 St. Andrews, 1864-1865 L'Original, 1866-1869 Richmond/Odeltown, 1871 Augusta (Grenville Co.), 1874-1877 Osnabruck (Stormont Co.) (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Irena Ireland was born in 1843 and died Oct 24 1923 after a long, painful illness at age 80 years and was buried in Wolford Cemetery, beside sister Mrs W.H. Brown, and where many of Brown family are buried. Shw was the wife of W.W. Ireland of Easton's Corners, Ontario and the eldest daughter of the late Rev. William Brown. Most of her married life was spent in Shawville PQ.

BROWN, William was born in 1795 and died on March 5, 1857. He was received on trial in 1815. 1815 Niagara, 1816 Montreal, 1817 Cornwall, 1820-1845 Rideau District, 1846-1854 Smith's Falls

BROWN, William G. was born in 1793 in the United States Episcopal, 1849 Wolford Twp., 1854-1855 Smith's Falls supernumerary, 1860 East Gwillimsbury Twp., 1866 Goulbourn (Carleton Co.), 1868-1869 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1871 Crosby (Leeds Co.) (Christian Gueardian) Late Miss Rhoda Caroline Brown born 1847 in Elgin, South Crosby ON, daughter of late Rev. William Brown died Jan 25 1924 at home of brother Dr Miles Brown, Chesterville Ontario, from bronchopneumonia buried Wolford Cemetery with her 2 sisters upon death of her mother she moved to Easton's Corners Ontario but due to failing health moved to Chesterville to be with brother

BROWNE, E. 1862 Richmond

BROWNE, George was born in 1836 in England, 1871 King (York Co.)

BROWNELL, Daniel E. was born in 1838 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1860 Clinton, 1861 Stratford, 1862 St. Mary's, 1863 Clinton, 1864 Osprey, 1865 Paisley/Feversham/Maxwell/Singhampton (Grey Co.), 1866-1867 Meaford, 1868-1871 Vienna (Elgin Co.)

BROWNELL, John B. was received on trial in 1826 in the West Indies. 1838 Kingston C.W., 1839-1842 Dunham C.E., 1843 Montreal, 1844-1845 Quebec,

BROWNELL, Stephen A. was born in 1801 in Ontario and died in 1871 and was buried at Craighurst Presyterian Cemetery, Medonte Twp., Simcoe Co. His son Stephen Cornelius died in Flos Twp. 24 June 1856 at the age of 2 years old. He was received on trial in 1834-1835 in Ottawa, 1836 Crosby, 1837 Mississippi, 1839-1840 Pembrooke/Bonechire, 1841 Owen Sound, 1842-1844 Norfolk Street Guelph District, 1843 Waterloo, 1843-1844 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1844 Elora & Fergus (Wellington Co.), 1845 Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1846 Grand River, 1847 Chippewa, 1848 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.), 1849 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1850 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1851 Kincardine, 1851 St. Vincent/Artemisia Twp. (Simcoe Co.), 1852-1854 Medonte/Vespra/Tiny/Penetanguishene (Simcoe Co.), 1855 Flos/Orillia, 1856 Southampton, 1857 Woolwich, 1859 Arran (Bruce Co.), 1860 Cape Crocker (Bruce Co.) 1862-1863 Peel/Erin (Wellington Co.), 1863-1869 Avonmore, 1871 Cornwall Tp. (Stormont),

BROWNING, Arthur was born in 1830 in England and was received on trial in 1856 and was ordained in 1859, 1856 Percy, 1857 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1858 Artesmia, 1859 Nanaimo, 1861 Fort Hope/Fort Yale, 1863-1864 New Westminster, 1865-1867 Victoria, 1868 New Westminster, 1871 Percy (Northumberland Co.) (Christian Guardian) Mrs. Elizabeth Browning celebrated 94th birthday Jan 27, 1925 in Long Beach CA widow of late Rev. Arthur Browning.

BRUCE, Robert was received on trial in 1865, 1865 Merrickville, 1866 Newboro/Bedford, 1867 removed to the United States.

BRYERS, William was born in 1827 in Ireland and was received in 1853, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1853 Bath, 1854-1855 Picton (Prince Edward Co.), 1855 Port Hope, 1856 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1857 Bowmanville, 1858-1859 Hemmingford, 1860 Carleton Place, 1861-1862 Wawanosh, 1863-1865 Cainesville, 1866-1867 Hullsville, 1868-1871 Norwich North (Oxford Co.)

BUCKLEY, James 1870 Guysboro/Canso N.S. (retired)

BUDD, A.W. 1899-1902 Florence

BUDGE, Henry was received on trial in 1849 in Prescott/Augusta, 1850 dropped

BUGGIN, George b 1842 Ontario New Connexion, Townsend (Norfolk Co.)

BULPITT, James 1807 Charlottetown PEI

BUNNER, J.W. 1889 Greenwood, 1921-1922 Greenwood, 1922 Greenwood Ontario (Christian Guardian) Rev. J.W. and Mrs Bunner of Greenwood ON celebrated 25th anniversary, daughters 1 named Helen, others in Pickering

BUNT, F.A. 1923 Foleyet Ontario, brother of W.P. Bunt, grandfather built first Methodist Church at Bloomsbury Ontario

BUNT, W.P. 1923 Kaslo British Columbia, brotherof F.A. Bunt, grandfather built first Methodist Church at Bloomsbury Ontario (Christian Guardian) - Golden Wedding - Francis John Bunt and Rebecca Totten were married on Dec 25 1873 in Pine Grove, Ontario. They celebrated 50 years of marriage at their residence in Collingwood Ontario. Manford Bunt, brother of groom, and Jean Totten, sister of bride, stood up for them at wedding (both now deceased), 1901 moved to Collingwood Ontario, 8 children - 4 died in early childhood, surviving children: Mrs A.I. Hutchinson of Collingwood Ontario, Rev W.P. Bunt of Kaslo BC, Dr. M.H. Bunt of Everett Ontario, and Rev. F.A. Bunt of Foleyet Ontario. Mr Bunt's father built first Methodist Church at Bloomsbury Ontario and Mrs Bunt is cousin of Rev. J.W. Totten.

BURCH, Oliver Edson was received on trial in 1857, 1857 Montrose, 1858 Gosfield/Rochester, 1859-1860 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1861 Amherstburg, 1862-1863 Wardsville, 1864-1866 Warwick, 1867 Mono,

BURCH. Thomas was born in 1778 and died in 1849. He was received in trial in 1805 and ordained in 1807. 1805 Milford, 1806 St. Martin's, 1807-1808 Dauphin, 1809 Lancaster, 1810-1811 Philadelphia, 1812-1814 Montreal/Quebec City, 1815 removed to the United States. War of 1812...Only one preacher, therefore, Thomas Burch, who volunteered for Canada from the United States, arrived there; the other, Nathan Bangs, who was appointed presiding elder in the lower province, but was to have charge also of Montreal, by the consent of the bishops, relinquished his journey, after removing from New York as far as Lansingburgh, and remained in the United States.

BURDICK, Caleb BME Methodist, 1833 Westminster, 1835-1836 Dorchester, 1837 Malahide

BURDOCK, Enoch was received on trial in 1811, 1811-1812 Long Point

BURDGE, James was born in 1844 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Toronto Gore (Peel Co.)

BURGESS, Philip C. was born in 1845 Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Kaladar (Addington Co.)

BURKE, T.E. 1904-1907 South Mountain

BURKHOLDER, C. Episcopal, 1878 Binbrook,

BURNELLE, J.C. Episcopal, 1861 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

BURNEY, Daniel 1835 Clarendon (Augusta)

Rev. A. Burns BURNS, Alexander M.A. D.D., LL.D, (1870)S.T.D. was born on August 12, 1834 in Castlewllan County Down Ireland and died in Toronto in May 1900. He was the son of James and Elizabeth C. Burns. In 1863 he married Sarah Andrews of Devonshire England and they had two sons and two daughters. In 1847 he and his family came to Quebec and in 1850 moved to Toronto. In 1851 when he was seventeen years of age he was converted in Toronto, under the preaching of the Rev. James Caughey, a Methodist clergyman, and Mr. Burns became a Methodist, although his people were Presbyterians. In 1855 attended Victoria College and graduated 1861, 1861 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1862-1865 Drayton (Wellington Co.), 1865-1868 was the vice president, chair of mathmatics and taught at Iowa Wesleyan University in Mount Pleasant Iowa, 1868-1878 president of the Simpson Centenary College, 1878 replaced Rev. S.D. Rice as President of the Wesleyan Female College, Hamilton, 1886 Hamilton

BURNS, Nelson M.A. was received on trial in 1862, 1862 Smithville, 1863 Holland Landing, 1864 Cookstown, 1865 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1866 Galt, 1866-1867 Port Dover (retired) 1867-1868 Milton, 1894 Guelph (Wellington Co.)

BURNS, James 1870 Amherst N.B.

BURNS, R. 1905-1908 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.)

BURNS, William was born in 1828 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1850, ordained 1854, 1850 Augusta, 1851-1852 Cornwall, 1853 Matilda, 1854-1855 Lochaber (Ottawa), 1855-1856 Lanark/Sherbrooke, 1857 Longboro, 1858-1859 Harrowsmith/Wilton, 1860 Chairman Wilton circuit, 1861-1863 Elgin, 1864-1866 Packenham/Arnprior, 1866-1869 Omemee, 1871 Mariposa (Victoria Co.), 1873 Brampton, Odeltown

BURSON, George was received on trial in 1860 and was ordained in 1863, 1859 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1860 Georgetown, 1861 Frankford/Trenton (Hastings Co.), 1862-1863 Hamilton, 1864 Dundas, 1865-1867 Paris (Brant Co.), 1867 withdrew

BURT, William was received on trial in 1816 in Newport N.S. and was ordained in 1820, 1817-1818 Fredricton N.B., 1819-1821 Horton N.S., 1822 Newport N.S., 1823-1825 Charlottetown PEI, 1826-1827 Odeltown, 1828 returned to England

BURTON, Robert C. 1892 Johnstown, 1899-1902 Florence

BURWASH, E.M. 1923 Toronto

BURWASH, John M.A. was received on trial in 1863 in Canton and was ordained in 1867, 1864 Colbourne, 1865 Barrie, 1866 tutor Victoria College, 1866 Baltimore/Grafton, 1867 Belleville, 1868 Parkhill, 1882 Charlottetown PEI

BURWASH, Nathaniel M.A. was born in 1840 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1860 in Newburg. He married in Cobourg, Ontario, Margaret Proctor, eldest daughter of Edward Moore Proctor of English ancestry living in Sarnia, Ontario. She died in her 81 st year Jan 14 1923 in Toronto Ontario. Mrs. Burwash is survived by 4 sons: A. Proctor Burwash of Edmonton AB, N.A. Burwash of Toronto ON, L.T. Burwash M.E. of Ottawa ON, and Rev E.M. Burwash of Toronto ON, 1 brother M.B. Proctor of Sarnia ON and had a total of 12 children, 8 of whom died in infancy or childhood. 1861-1862 Belleville, 1863-1864 Toronto East, 1865-1866 Hamilton, 1866-1871 Professor at Victoria College - Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

BURWASH, Nathaniel S. was born and raised in Underwood, Bruce Twp. and was received on trial in 1860 in Bobcaygeon and was ordainded in 1864, 1861 Lindsay, 1862 Millbrook, 1863 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1864-1867 Luther/Arthur/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1867 Lynedock, 1868 Durham, 1868-1869 Barrie, 1869 Brantford, 1870-1871 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1870 Glenelg (Grey Co.), 1871 Bentinck (Grey Co.), 1876 Wesley/Underwood

BURY, William was born in 1845 in England, 1871 Peel (Wellington Co.)

BUTCHER, Charles W. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1856, 1870 St. David's N.B.

BUTCHER, George B. was received on trial in 1836 and ordained in 1841. 1836-1838 Pembrooke, 1841 L'Orignal, 1842-1843 Perth, 1844 Cornwall, 1845 Rideau, 1846 Scugog. In 1847 at the Toronto Conference Rev. Butcher had "desisted from travelling," "on account of ill-health" but he remained a Methodist preacher for some years in a local sphere, and then accepted a call to the pastorship of a Congregation church, and after some years longer was called to his final account.

BUTCHER, John W. was born in PEI and died in 1885 in Peterborough. He married Maria who was born in 1827 and died in 1924 in Peterorough and buried in Little Lake Cemetery (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs (Rev) J.W. Butcher died Jun 10 1924 at residence in Peterboro Ontario, 97 years old buried Little Lake Cemetery, Peterboro Ontario, husband d. 1885 Peterboro Ontario, cared for by daughter Bella Butcher survived by 4 children all of Peterboro Ontario: John W., Mark T., Bella, Mrs Annie Hudson

BUTLER, Cornelius was born in 1831 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 London Tp. (Middlesex Co.)

BUTT, W. Spurgeon, 1924 Rydal Bank Ontario (Christian Guardian) Steele - Butt Married June 24 at Beamsville Ontario Miss Sadie only daughter of Mr and Mrs James Steele to Rev. W. Spurgeon Butt of Rydal Bank Ontario

BYAM, John Wesley was received on trial in 1817 in Niagara and removed to the United States in 1818.

BYERS, Henry was born in 1811 in Ireland and died in 1890 and was received on trial in 1838 in Gosfield and was ordained in 1842, 1839 London, 1840 Oxford, 1840 Barrie, 1841 Amherstburg, 1842 Woodstock (Oxford Co.), 1843 Brantford/Grand River, 1844 Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1844-1846 Norfolk St. Guelph, 1847-1855 Kingston supernumerary, 1869 Kingston, 1871 Cataraqui (Kingston) (retired)

BYERS, William 1857 Darlington (Durham), 1875 Caledonia

BYRNE, Alexander Sturgeon was born in 1832 in Ireland and died in 1852. He was the son of Claudius and Jane, Brantford, 1848 Yonge St., 1850 London, 1851 Yorkville (York Co.)

BYRNE, Claudius was received on trial in Ireland in 1824 and arived in Canada in 1848. 1849-1850 Brantford, 1851-1852 Thorold/St. Catharines, 1853-1854 Niagara, 1855-1869 Fairfield/Mount Pleasant (retired) (Christian Guardian) Claudius Byrne was born in Dublin, Ireland on May 12, 1793 and became a local preacher at about 22 years old (1815). He was received on trial at Downpatrick, Ireland in 1824 and ordained in 1828. In 1848 he came to Canada and travelled successively on the Brantford, St Catharines and Niagara circuits. In 1855 he was superannuated. He died in Burford, October 5, 1876. All his family except Claudius, who was married and studying for the ministry at Zilton, New Hampshire, were at his death bed. One son Alexander predeceased him. (Christian Guardian), October 11, 1876 - letter from Jane Byrne (the widow) January 24, 1877. His wife Jane was the eldest child of the late Rev. Alexander Sturgeon of the Irish Wesleyan Methodist Conference was born in County Antrim, Ireland in February 1801 and lost her mother when she was 16. In May 1829 she married Rev. Claudius Byrne and shared an itinerant's life with him for 26 years, 19 in Ireland, 7 in Canada. In 1855 they retired to the village of Burford. She died at the residence of her son-in-law W.G. Nelles, Sylvan Farm, Mt. Vernon, November 2, 1876,

BYRNE, Claudius son of Claudius, 1858 & 1869-1871 Burford (Brant Co.) Lot 5 Con 6, (Christian Guardian) His wife was Sophia Eliza was the daughter of John and Mary Heaton and was born in Brantford, March 23, 1848 and confirmed in the Protestant Episcopal Church September 15, 1864. On December 2, 1871 she married Claudius Byrne (son of the late Rev. C. Byrne of Burford) a local preacher preparing for the Methodist Episcopal ministry. In 1875 he entered the New Hampshire Conference Seminary and in 1876 she joined him at Tilton, New Hampshire. In 1876-1877 she joined the Methodist Episcopal Church there. She returned to Canada because of illness and died at her parent's residence in Burford Village July 16, 1877

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CAFLEY, E.W. 1919 South Dummer Asphodel Twp., 1923 Norham Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Joan Barbara Cafley born Nov 16 1923 at Coburg Hospital Ontario a daughter for Rev. and Mrs. E.W. Cafley of Norham Ontario

CAIRNS, Hugh was received on trial in 1862 in New Ireland and was ordained in 1866, 1864-1865 Melbourne, 1866-1867 Dudswell/Bury, 1868 Lawrenceville,

CAIRNS, Samuel was received on trial in 1863 in Franklin, 1864-1865 Eaton, 1866 delisted on account of ill health.

CALDWELL, Henry 1891-1893 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1925 Georgetown, Rev. Caldwell spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church in Guelph on Sunday May 3, 1925

CALVERT, R. 1918-1920 South Mountain

Rev. G. William Calvert CALVERT, G. William was born on March 3, 1846 in Yorkshire, England and came to Canada with his parents in 1850. On May 13, 1885 he married Miss Louie Riddle, of St. Catharines, a lady of fine accomplishments and a beautiful Christian character, who died September 14, 1887. He was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Cainsville, 1871 Malahide/Aylmer (Elgin Co.), 1872 Port Stanley, 1873 Victoria College Cobourg, ordained in 1875 Acton, 1878 London East, 1881 St. Catharines, 1884 Niagara Falls, 1887 Port Dover, 1889 Norwich, 1891 Paris, 1897 Thorold

                                

CAMERON, J.J. arrived in Canada in 1874, 1879 Shakespeare Easthorpe North Twp.(Perth Co.)

CAMERON, James 1833 Yonge Twp.

CAMERON, John 1865 Clinton, 1869 Pickering

CAMPBELL, Alexander was born in 1832 in Ontario and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1859 Consecon and was ordained in 1863, 1860 Hungerford, 1861 Franklin, 1862 St. Andrews, 1863-1865 Brewer's Mills, 1866 Napanee, 1867 Princeton, 1871 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1871 Grimsby (Lincoln Co.)

CAMPBELL, Alexander was born in 1811 and died on December 31, 1865. He was received on trial in 1847 and was ordained in 1852, 1846 Brock, 1847 Bradford, 1848-1850 Newmarket, 1851-1853 St. Vincent, 1854-1856 Clinton, 1857-1858 St. Mary's, 1859 Port Stanley, 1860-1862 Aylmer C.W., 1863-1865 Newcastle,

CAMPBELL, Alexander R. was born on Sept 12,1827 at Mount Pleasant Ontario travelled on the Peel Circuit in 1854 and was received on trial in 1855-1856 in Flos/Orillia, 1854 Peel/Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1857 Aurora, ordained at Orillia in 1858, 1859-1860 Artemesia, 1861-1862 Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1863-1865-1866 Lloydtown (York Co.), 1866-1867 Cookstown, 1868-1869 Smithville

CAMPBELL, Amos was born on January 1, 1832 in North Frederickburg son of Archibald and Barbara (Sager) from the highlands of Scotland. Episcopal. He matriculated from Albert College in Belleville and was received on trial in Brighton in 1863. Charges: 1865 Madoc, 1866-1867 Stirling, Sidney, Norham, Belleville and Brighton a second time. He then was a College Agent for seven years at Albert College in Belleville. Deseronto, 1890-1891 Stirling (second time) and North Belleville. He retired in 1895 and was living at 98 Victoria Ave. Belleville. Offspring, Albert is a doctor in Jamestown NY, Joseph is a doctor in Rochester NY, and his daughter Annie (deceased) married Rev. B.R. Strangway, B.A. B.D.. Her daughter Rth survives her.

CAMPBELL, Georeg M. 1879 Upper Prince St. PEI,

CAMPBELL, James was born in 1845, Episcopal, 1867 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Hamilton Twp.

CAMPBELL, James was born in 1846, Primitive, 1871 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.)

CAMPBELL, John D.D. 1922 Victoria British Columbia (Christian Guardian), Obituary - Late Mrs George Laurence born Charlotte Campbell, near Oban Scotland (of Campbell forebearers important in Scottish history) died Oct 25 1922 buried in family plot Honeywood Cemetery, came to Canada as a girl with parents and settled in Nottawasga was a teacher until married George Laurence husband died 8 years ago 5 sons and 2 daughters survived by 5 children: John, William, George, Annie and Elizabeth, 1 brother Rev. Dr John Campbell of Victoria BC, and 1 sister Mrs Archie Turner of Mt Forest Ontario

CAMPBELL, M.F. D.D. 1925 Toronto was the brother of Rev. Thomas Metcalfe Campbell

CAMPBELL, Peter was received on trial in 1858 and was ordained in 1861, 1857 Flos/Orillia, 1858-1860 Rama, 1861 Morris, 1862 Blythe, 1863-1864 Boboconk, 1865-1867 Rockwood (Wellington Co.), 1867 Edmonton House,

CAMPBELL, Thomas was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1865, 1866-1871 Uxbridge, 1888 Toronto

CAMPBELL, Thomas was born in 1852 in Ontario, 1871 Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1871 Dunville,

CAMPBELL, Thomas was born in 1832 in Ireland, 1848 Compton, 1854-1855 Trafalgar/Nelson (Halton Co.)

CAMPBELL, Thomas was born in 1811 and died in 1866. He was received on trial in 1837 and was ordained in 1841. 1836 Wesleyville, 1837-1838 St. Armand, 1839 Shefford, 1840 Russelltown, 1841 Shefford, 1842-1844 New Ireland, 1845-1847 Clarenceville, 1848-1849 Compton/Hatley, 1850-1851 Three Rivers, 1852-1853 Russelltown, 1854-1856 Nelson, 1857-1859 Markham, 1860 Hamilton (retired)

CAMPBELL, Thomas Metcalfe was born in 1839 in Hawkesbury Ontario and was received in 1866 and died around 1925. He married on June 22 1870, Martha Williams, youngest daughter of Thomas Williams of St. Thomas Ontario. He was the brother of Rev. Dr. M.F. Campbell of Toronto and Rev. Peter Addison is a brother in law. His father died when Thomas was 29 years old. Thomas and Martha had 4 daughters and 2 sons. 1866 Colbourne, 1867 St. Thomas, 1868 Washington, 1886 Goderich, 1891 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

CAMPBELL, William F. 1863 Thorold

CANNON, John W. 1923 Coburg (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Eva Roberts Cannon died Nov 1 1923 at Restbrooke, Coburg Ontario widow of late Rev. John W Cannon and daughter of late Rev. Edward Roberts

CANTLON, David was born in 1821 in County Tipperary, Ireland, and died in 1872 and was converted by Henry Ebbott after emigrating to Canada. He entered the Canadian Bible Christian ministry in 1855 and served as Conference President in 1871 and Connexional Secretary in 1863. (Christian Guardian) Late James Huston married May 24 1869 Catherine (Katie) Cantlon (died May 16 1877 Mitchell), daughter of late Rev. David Cantlon died prior to Aug 1922 Manitou twin daughters died in infancy.

CARD, Stephen was born in 1839 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Clarke (Durham Co.)

CARDUS, Thomas was born in 1845 in England and was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Chatham, 1870-1871 Thorold Twp.,

CARDY, William T. 1870 Germain Street St. John's N.B. (retired)

CAREY, John

CARLETON, Thomas D.D.

CARMAN, Albert D.D. was born in Iroquois in 1833 and died in 1917. Episcopal, 1855 graduated from Victoria College Cobourg. He worked briefly as a teacher and was then appointed principal of Belleville Seminary, later Albert College, in 1858. A masterful administrator and, after entering the Methodist Episcopal ministry, a militant advocate for Methodist education, Carman spearheaded the successful development of this Methodist school during his 17-year term there. Following his election as a Bishop in 1874, he gained increasing prominence in church affairs, particularly as an ardent supporter of union among the Methodist denominations. When union was achieved in 1884, Carman became a General Superintendent of the Methodist Church, a post he held until his retirement in 1914. 1874 Bishop of Episcopal Methodists in Canada, 1884 Hamilton, 1889 General Superintendent

CARPENTER, Abraham

CARPENTER, Samuel

CARR, George was born in 1818 in England and received on trial in 1842, 1850 Bath, 1851 Adolphustown, 1851-1852 Ernestown Twp. (Midland), 1851-1852 Amherst Is./Adolphustown (Prince Edward Co.), 1852 Fredericksburg, 1854-1855 Norwood, 1856-1858 Leeds, 1857-1859 Howes Island/Pittsburgh (Frontenac Co.), 1867-1869 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1871 Ameliasburgh (Prince Edward Co.)

Rev. John CarrollCARROLL, John was born in 1809 Niagara-on-the-Lake and died in 1884 and is buried at Victoria Lawn, St Catharines (Section L) Grantham Tp. Lincoln Co., and he was received in 1828. 1827 Scarborough, 1828 Belleville/Stirling (Hastings Co.)1835 Brockville, 1845 Augusta (Johnstown), 1847-1848 Toronto East, 1849-1851 London, 1851-1852 Hamilton (Main St.), 1854-1855 St. John's Montreal, 1855-1857 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1858-1860 Ottawa, 1862-1864 Monaghan (Peterborough Co.), 1864-1866 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1867 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1868 Grantham (Lincoln Co.), 1868-1869 Humberstone St. Catharines, 1869 General Agent S.S. Union, Toronto, 1873 Ottawa, 1876 Don Mount Toronto (York Co.)

                                

                                

CARSON, John 1887 Dublin St. Guelph

CARSON, Robert was born in 1831 in Ireland, 1867 Teeswater (Bruce Co.), 1871 Mount Forest (Wellington Co.)

CARSON, Wellington W. was born in 1845 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1867, 1867-1869 Yonge Street North, 1871 Streetsville (Peel Co.)

CARTER, M. 1916-1920 Binbrook,

CARTWRIGHT, William T. Episcopal 1843 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.

CARVETH, Thomas 1879 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

CASE, George was born in 1821 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1846, 1854-1855 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1856 S. Easthope (Huron Co.), 1859 Cumberland, 1863 Fitzroy Twp. (Carleton Co.), 1865 Osnabruck (Stormont), 1866-1869 Cataraqui, (Frontenac Co.), 1871 Colborne (Northumberland Co.), 1873 Camden East,

CASE, William was born in 1780 in Swansea, Mass United States and died in 1855, 1808 Jerseyville/Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1808 Hallowell, 1809 Detroit, 1810-1827 Presiding Elder of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada and Northwestern New York, 1816 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1827 Peterborough, 1828 General Superintendent of Idian School and missions in Upper Canada, 1851-1855 Alderville - with permission to visit different parts of the work, as his health and circumstances may permit.

Rev. F.A. CassidyCASSIDY, Francis A. M.A. died in Apr 1924 in Enderby British Columbia., 1899-1902 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1904-1905 Trustee Norfolk Street Guelph, In 1906 he was living at 3 Gakim Aoyama, Tokoyo, Japan, 1906 Sapporo Japan

                                 

                               

                                

CASSIDY, John 1870 Guysboro/Canso N.S.

CASSMORE, C.S. Primitive, 1905-1908 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

CASSON, Wesley was born in 1832 in England and was received on trial in 1861, 1869-1871 Gananoque (Leeds Co.)

CASTLE, Joseph 1840 Oswegatchie District,

CASWELL, James was born in 1818 in England, New Connexion, 1846 Emily, 1866 Toronto living at 18 Magill, 1871 Cavan

CATTENACH, David was born in 1843 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1867, 1868 Aurora, 1871 Essa (Simcoe Co.), 1900 Burks Falls, 1900 Ex-Officio Board Member at Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.)

CATTERICK, Thomas Fort Wellington, Johnstown, Niagara

CAUGHEY, James famous Methodist revival preacher visited Toronto in 1851 and held a series of religious meetings in the old Richmond Street Methodist Church. One of his conversions was Rev. Alexander Burns who was seventeen years old at the time even though his parents were Presbyterians he became a Methodist. He also held meetings in Quebec, Montreal, Kingston, Hamilton

CAVIN, P.N. 1919 Trinity Methodist Kitchener (Waterloo Co.)

CAVINDUFF, Henry was born in 1850 in Ontario, 1871 Rawdon Tp. (Hastings Co.)

CAWTHORNE, John W. 1847 Woodstock,

CHALMERS, David was born in 1832 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1860, 1860 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1868 Bell's Corners, 1871 Nepean Tp. (Carleton)

CHAMBERLAIN, Israel son of Wyatt Sr., 1818 Belleville/Bay of Quinte, 1838 Oswegatchie District,

CHAMBERLAIN, J.F.

Rev. Wyatt Chamberlain CHAMBERLAIN, Wyatt Jr. son of Wyatt Sr., was born in 1786 and was ordained at the age of twenty-eight in 1814 on the Bridgewater Circuit, 1815 Lycoming, 1817-1818 Hallowell, 1818-1819 Augusta, 1820 New York State, 1821-1822 Augusta, 1825 attended Fifty Mile Creek Conference, 1828 Methodist Episcopal Conference representative in Pittsburg, 1828 retired in consequence of an ailment, which produced a constant tendencey to fall asleep. Settling in the Township of Kitley, he married Catherine, daughter the Rev. William Hallock, familiarly known as Father Hallock, of Elizabethtown.

CHAMBERLAIN, Wyatt Sr. of Unadillo, New York, well known in early days as an Apostle of Methodism. 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.),

CHAMBERS, Andrew B. LL.B. D.D. was born in 1841 in Ireland, was received on trial in 1864 and was ordained in 1868. On June 16, 1868 he was married to Miss Lucy, third daughter of the late Rev. William McCullough and they had three daughters and two sons. 1868 Darlington, 1869 Newmarket, 1871 Ameliasburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1874 Sherbrooke Street Montreal, 1877 N.Gower (Grenville Co.), 1879 Pembrooke, 1881 Napanee, 1884 Quebec, 1887 Montreal 1889 Stanstead, Napanee, 1891 Wesley Toronto, 1894 McCaul Street Toronto, 1897 Gerard Street Toronto 1900 Woodgreen Tabernacle Toronto, 1903 Parliament Street Toronto.(Christian Guardian) Diamond Anniversary - Mr and Mrs William Henry Lawrence (Mary Chambers) celebrated 60 years Dec 4 1922 in Orillia Ontario. Mrs Lawrence is a sister of Rev. A.B. Chambers of Toronto Ontario.

CHANCEY, John was born in 1810 in the United States, 1871 Bothwell Camden

CHANT, Joseph H. was born in 1839 in England and was received on trial in 1864, 1868-1871 Osgoode Tp. (Carleton), 1822 North Bay (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Parkes, Elizabeth Chant died on Sep 18 1922 in Pendleton Oregon, 92 years old. She was the widow of the late Isaac Parkes and is survived by 3 sons and 1 brother Rev J.H. Chant of North Bay Ontario

CHAPMAN, Douglas 1870 Hillsborough N.B.

CHAPMAN, Francis 1851 Dereham/Norwich (Oxford Co.), 1852 Dawn Tp. (Kent Co.), 1854-1855 Port Stanley

CHAPMAN, Jeremiah A. was received on trial in 1867 and in 1868 was a student at Victoria College, 1878 Cavan (Victoria Co.)

CHAPMAN, William was born in 1815 in England and was received on trial in 1846, 1851-1852 Richmond, 1854-1855 Dover (Norfolk Co.), 1855 Woodhouse (Talbot), 1864 Tuckersmith (Huron Co.), 1868 Ridgetown, 1871 Camden East, 1871 Howard (Bothwell), 1871 Clarke (Durham), 1871 Orford (Kent Co.)

CHAPPELL, Benjamin 1774-1825 PEI local preacher

CHAPPELL, Benjamin M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1874,

CHAPPLE, John was born in 1812 in Witheridge, Devon, and died in 1896 and entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1834. He volunteered for missionary work in the United States and spent six years in Ohio, before joining the Canadian ministry. He served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1858.

CHARBONNELL, Thomas was received on trial in 1856, 1866-1869 Crompton,

CHARD, W.H. 1855 Lindsay,

CHARLES, O. was born in 1838 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 York West

CHARLESWORTH, J. Walter was born in 1868 and died on Dec 27, 1924 Matilda Ontario. He married Annie McCoy, 1895 Bagot (Renfrew Co.), 1923 Dundela Ontario, 1924 living Matilda Ontario (Christian Guardian) Sept 1923 Rev. J.W. Charlesworth of Dundela ON returned home after 7 weeks in Brockville Hospital for a serious operation

CHARLTON, Edward was born in 1846 in Ontario, 1871 Collingwood (Grey Co.)

CHARLTON, James was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Belmont, 1871 Westminster (Middlesex Co.), 1879-1880 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

CHARTIER, Stephen was received on trial in 1864, 1868 Lake-of-two-Mountains,

CHASE, Abner Ostego

CHASE, Henry P.

CHASTHAM, James was born in 1812 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Woodstock (Oxford Co.)

CHEESEBOROUGH, Hilton was born in 1811 in England, 1871 York East

CHEETLE, John

CHEETHAM, James 1858 Brantford

CHISHOLM, Frank was born in 1840 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Yonge/Escott Twps. (Leeds Co.)

CHOWN, Edwin A. was born in 1847 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, He married on Nov 6, 1873, in Kingston, Mary Richardson, daughter of James Richardson of Kingston Ontario, 1868 Drayton (Wellington Co.), 1871 Dereham (Oxford Co.) (Christian Guardian) Golden Wedding - Rev. and Mrs E.A. Chown celebrated 50 years on Nov 6 1923 Toronto Ontario. Rev. E.A. Chown eldest son of late senior partner of Chown and Cunningham of Kingston Ontario, and a cousin of Rev Dr Chown 3 children: elder daughter Susie died 1913, Harry and Mrs. Douglas Thom both of Regina, Saskatchewan.

CHOWN, S.D. 1922 General Superintendent

CHRISTIE, J.H. was born in Scotland and arrived in Canada in 1865, 1878 Stella, Amherst Island (Lennox & Addington Co.), 1907 Dublin St Guelph

CHRISTOPHERSON, Hall was born in 1836 in England and was received on trial in 1857, 1861-1863 Binbrook, 1867 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1868-1871 Galt,

CLAPPISON, David C. was born in 1819 in England and was received on trial in 1841. In 1847 he was received on two year probation at Toronto Conference. 1849 Toronto, 1852 Hawkesbury, 1854-1855 Farmersville (Kingston), 1855 Ernestown, 1855-1856 Adolphustown (Prince Edward Co.), 1856-1857 Amherst Island, 1857 Newburgh, 1858 Mariposa (Victoria Co.), 1858-1860 Lindsay, 1864 Ameliasburg (Prince Edward Co.), 1866-1869 Aylmer, 1871 Stephen (Huron Co.), 1876-1878 Binbrook,

CLARE, G.R. 1897-1899 Greenwood,

CLARK, E.J. was born in 1851 in Ireland, 1878 Marthaville (Lambton Co.)

CLARK, George M.A. Ph.D. was born in 1842 in England and was received on trial in 1866, 1868 Sarnia, 1871 Moore Tp. (Lampton Co.), 1894-1896 Thorold

CLARK, John A. 1870 Grafton St. Halifax South

CLARK, J.Y. was born in 1841 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Richmond Twp.(Lennox Co.)

CLARK, Wilmot G. 1906-1907 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

CLARK, W.F. was born in 1824 in England, Episcopal, 1863 Toronto, 1867-1868 Oxford, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.), 1880 Binbrook, 1925 Putnam Ontario

CLARKE, H.J. was born in PEI, 1871 Charlottetown PEI

CLARKE, James M. was born in 1830 in York Ontario, 1851 Nottawasaga, 1852 was received on trial, 1854-1855 Glanford/Seneca

CLARKE, John M. was born in 1798 in England, 1854 Binbrook, 1855-1856 Elma (Huron Co.), 1856 Mornington (Perth Co.), 1856 Gray (Huron Co.), 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

CLARKE, John Stokes was born in 1836 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, member of the Richmond Street Society - Toronto, 1854-1856 Barrie, 1866 Richmond, 1867 Grimsby, 1871-1873 Thorold, 1871 Grimsby (Lincoln Co.), 1880-1882 Lindsay, 1886 Picton (Prince Edward Co.), 1890 Norwood,

CLARKE, Richard was born in 1820 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1851. He died in 1890, 1853 Thorold, 1854 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1855 Elora/Nichol/Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1863 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1864 Osnabruck (Stormont), 1868-1871 Welland,

Rev. Thomas Robert Clarke CLARKE, Thomas Robert was born on December 1, 1848 in Queen's Co. Ireland the eldest of ten children and emigrated with his parents in 1855 settling in Garafraxa Twp. in Wellington Co. In 1865 the family moved to Peel Twp. He was received on trial in 1875. Primitive, He was married on October 9, 1879 to Miss Annie M.S. Shields who died in 1882 and was the first peron to be buried at Ebenezer Methodist Church in McGillivray Twp. 1875-1876 Holstein, 1876-1877 Lucknow, 1877-1880 Brigden Moore Twp. (Lambton Co.) He was ordained at the London Conference in 1879, 1881-1884 Oil Springs, 1884-1887 Plattsville, 1887-1889 Innerkip, 1890 Brookton/Otterville

                               

CLARKE, W.F. son-in-law of Rev. William Lyle

CLARKE, William Warner was received on trial in 1856, 1860 Woodstock, 1867-1869 Guelph (Wellington Co.)(retired), (Christian Guardian) - Clark, Rev. W.W. married Mary Jane Clark June 26, 1860 in Woodstock, Clark, Maud Mary only daughter of Rev. W. Warner Clark died at Guelph July 11, 1868 age 18 mos 3 days

CLARKSON, John was born at Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, England and died in 1828. He was the son of the headmaster of Wisbech Grammar School. He entered the Royal Navy at the age of twelve and reached the rank of lieutenant in 1783, whereupon he retired on half-pay. In 1791, Clarkson was sent to Nova Scotia by the directors of the newly-formed Sierra Leone Company to recruit settlers from among the free black population. In 1792 he brought nearly two thousand of them to West Africa and was appointed governor of the colony of Sierra Leone. His tenure lasted less than a year, as his willingness to champion the cause of the colonists did not endear him to the Company. He subsequently went into business in Essex and was a founder of the Society for the Promotion of Universal Peace. Clarkson was a devout evangelical Christian and a fervent supporter of abolition. His brother Thomas was also a leading light in the anti-slavery movement.

CLARKSON, John B. B.A. was received on trial in 1857, 1866-1869 Montreal Centre,

CLEAWORTH, Thomas was born in 1828 in England, 1871 Hullett Tp. (Huron Co.)

CLEGG, Radcliffe married Martha A. Wilkinson who was born in Yorkshire England and died in 1924 in Edmonton, 1924 living Edmonton Alberta

CLEGHORN, Thomas was received on trial in 1845, 1852-1853 Ernestown, 1853-1854 Camden East, 1854-1855 London Circuit/Nissouri, 1856 Biddulph (Huron Co.) 1857 Windsor, 1860 Goderich, 1860 McKillop (Huron Co.), 1861 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1863 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.), 1867-1869 Clarke (Newcastle) (Christian Guardian) Dec. 11, 1861 Cleghorn, Isabella Emma born 1855 daughter of Rev. Thomas Cleghorn died at the Wesleyan Methodist parsonage in Stratford on the December 7, 1861 age 6 years 7 mos.

CLELAND, Albert S. 1880 Johnstown, 1915-1919 Johnstown, 1924 Spencerville Quebec, married 1923 Bessie Connell (Christian Guardian) Rev. A.S. Cleland of Spencerville PQ was recently married to Miss Bessie Connell

CLEMENT, Benjamin was born in 1841 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1862, 1867 Milton, 1868 Kingston, 1870 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1870 Toronto Twp., 1871 Dumfries (Waterloo Co.)

CLEMENT, Edwin P. was born in 1826, was received on trial in 1846 and died in 1924 in Tillsonburg Ontario. Episcopal. He married Mrs. E.P. (nee Bristol) and she died in 1898, 1850-1854 Paris (Brant Co.), 1854-1855 Simcoe (Norfolk Co.), 1856 Beachville (Oxford Co.), 1859-1860 Chatham, 1868-1871 Streetsville (Peel Co.), 1879 & 1883-1884 Binbrook,

CLEMENTS, W. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1883,

CLEWORTH, Thomas was received on trial in 1856, 1867 Wingham, (Christian Guardian) Clewworth, Mrs. Ann mother of Rev. Thomas Cleworth died at the Wesleyan parsonage in Wardsville, March 17, 1868 at age 71

CLINE, Henry.

CLINK, James 1895 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

CLIPSHAM, John W. was born in 1846 in England, 1871 Medonte (Simcoe Co.)

COATE, Michael

COATE, Samuel Rideau entered Canada in 1796, moved to the United States and returned in 1804. He married Miss Dulmage a person of remarkable beauty, and, ever after, husband and wife were known as the "handsome pair."

COBB, Thomas was born in 1832 in England and was received on trial in 1855, 1856 Thorold, 1867-1871 Trenton (Hastings Co.), 1876 Bethany Pilkington (Wellington Co.)

COBBLEDICK, George H. was born near Orono Ontario and died Oct 25 1922 Calgary Alberta, 1886-1889 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.),(Christian Guardian) He was injured in auto accident and died hours later spent most of life in Ontario survived by wife and 3 children, (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Joseph Cobbledick was born near Orono Ontario age 5 moved to Middlesex Co. He married in 1873 Miss Catherine Jane Guest of London and moved to Exeter where wife predeceased him. He then married Mrs. Eliza Walsh Tyerman of Orono Ontario who died on Oct 8 1923 in Calgary AB, age 73 years old and was buried at Exeter Ontario. In 1906 he moved to Calgary AB and was predeceased by first wife and brother. Rev. G.H. Cobbledick (died 1922) survived by widow, son Nelson B of Toronto Ontario, Mrs A. G. Austin of Calgary AB, and Mrs. Dr. Stevenson of Wetaskiwin

COBURN, Fidelia 1843 Queen's Bush/Peel 1st. woman missionary (Wellington Co.)

COCHRAN, George was born on Jan 14, 1834 in the County of Cavan Ireland, arrived in Canada (Tecumseh) with his parents in 1837 as a child of three years and was received on trial in 1853, 1853 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Goderich, 1860 Dorchester (Oxford Co.), 1866-1871 Toronto West,

COCHRANE, Samuel Quebec

COCKBURN, R.T. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

COCKER, William was born in 1816 in England, New Connexion, 1871 London

COFFEY, George 1876 Greenwood/Brougham,

COFFIN, Joseph Shaw 1870 Shelburne N.S. 1889 President Nova Scotia Conference (Christian Guardian) Rev. Joseph S. Coffin died in 1922 in Atlantic Canada and was survived by his widow, 1 son and 3 daughters,

Rev. B.L. Cohoe COHOE, Benjamin Livingston was born on March 16, 1846 at Lobo and was received on trial in 1871 and was ordained in 1875. He was married on December 27, 1869 to Bessie Leng of Middlesex Co. 1875 Canboro, 1877 Pelham, 1879 Ancaster, 1881 Flamboro, 1884 Brant, 1887 Courtland, 1889 Mountsberg, 1891 Freelton,

                               

                               

COLE, Benjamin was received on trial in 1855, 1867-1869 Milton,

COLEMAN, E. 1860 Clarke Twp.

COLEMAN, Francis was received on trial in 1840, 1840-1843 Albion, 1844 W.Gwilliambury/Innisfil (Simcoe Co.), 1845 Essa Twp., 1845 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1846 Rock Chapel Thorold, 1848 Erin/Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1853 Woolwich, 1854-1855 Matilda (Brockville), 1855 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1855 Ernesttown (Lennox Co.), 1855-1856 Camden East, 1856-1857 Pilkington/Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1858-1859 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1860 Chairman Newcastle Circuit, 1861 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1860-1861 Clarke (Durham Co.), 1868 Wolford (Grenville Co.), 1868 Millbrook, 1870 Cavan (Durham Co.), 1872 Millbrook (Durham Co.), retired, died and was buried in Hamilton, (Wentworth Co.)

COLEMAN, James

COLEMAN, R. 1853 Williamsburg Tp., 1854 Edwardsburgh (Johnstown), 1861 Clarke (Durham)

COLEMAN, Seymour

COLEMAN, T. 1854-1855 Matilda (Stormont)

COLEMAN, William was born in 1808 in England, Oxford, Richmond and was received on trial in 1837, 1839 Binbrook, 1844 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1844 Manvers (Newcastle), 1845 Albion, 1847 Bradford/E.Gwillimbury (Simcoe Co.), 1847 Manvers (Newcastle), 1848-1851 Murray (Newcastle), 1851-1852 Camden East, 1851 Ernestown (Midland), 1854 N.Gower (Dalhousie), 1855-1857 Richmond (Ottawa), 1855-1856 Goulborne, 1856 Huntley (Renfrew), 1856 March (Carleton) 1858 Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1861 Matilda (Dundas Co.), 1866-1869 Brock (Ontario Co.), 1871 Brock

COLLAMORE, Owen Grafton was born in 1823 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1856-1857 Binbrook, 1867 Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1871 Ingersoll Tp. (Oxford Co.), 1880 London Circuit,

COLLIER, James

COLLING, Joseph was born in 1837 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1862, 1868 Rosemont, 1871 Mono (Cardwell)

COLLING, Morley 1913-1916 Florence

Rev. Thomas Colling COLLING, Thomas was born on May 14, 1840 in Nelson Twp. (Halton Co.) and was received on trial in 1862 and ordained in 1869. He was married in 1882 to Miss. Ellen Elizabeth Ingram daughter of John Ingram, Esq., of London South. 1862 Hullsville, 1863 Arran, 1863-1869 Victoria College Cobourg, 1869 Dundas, 1870-1871 Trafalgar (Halton Co.), 1871-1873 Cote St. Paul/Lachine, 1873-1875 St. Catharines Welland Ave Church, 1877-1878 St. Thomas, 1878-1881 New Brighton (London), 1882 St. Catharines, 1883-1884 Beamsville, 1885 Welland District Superintendent, 1887 Simcoe, 1891 Plattsville

                               

Rev. James Hubert Collins COLLINS, James Hubert was born on August 26, 1846 in Devonshire, England. He came to Canada in 1854 at eight years old. In 1868 he graduated from Victoria College in Cobourg and entered the ministry in the Bible Christian Church. He married Miss Eliza M. Penhale, of Exeter, Ontario in 1873. 1868 1869 Exeter, 1870 Usbourne, 1871 London, 1872-1879 Summerside PEI, 1879-1882 Murray Harbour, 1882-1885 Hamilton, 1885-1887 Stoney Creek, 1887-1890 Burford, 1890-1891 Merriton

                               

COLLINS, Thomas Episcopal, 1875-1876 Merlin (London), 1883 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

COLLIS, William Sr. was born in 1778 in Fordham, Cambridgeshire, England and converted at Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire in 1812. In 1817 he became a local preacher. He died at the residence of his son-in-law Cyrus Green of Wilmot Twp. May 26, 1853

COLPITTS, Wesley 1870 Murray Harbor PEI, 1896 Rat Portage

COLTER, John J. 1870 Pugwash N.S.

COLWELL, H.G. 1869 Pickering

COLWILL, S.E. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1875,

COMBEN Charles 1870 Carbonear Nfld

COMBS, J.A. 1879 Brantford

COMERFORD, George Arthur was born on Nov 23 1867 in El Dorado Ontario and died on Aug 15 1924 in Carleton Place Ontario He married Dora Hamilton in 1924 and was living in Carleton Place He was buried in Fox Cemetery, Madoc Township (Hastings Co.)

CONLEY, T.B. 1886-1889 South Mountain

CONNOLLEY, Daniel was born in 1835 in England and was received on trial in 1857, 1868-1871 Richmond (Carleton)

CONNOR, Matthew 1844 Bastard (Johnstown), 1847 Newboro (Midland), In 1848 he left the ministry in a fit of despondency at a long move, with slender means to defray the expenses of it, and he dropped out of itinerant work. He battle on in secular life for some years, and was drowned in some pioneering enterprise at the west.

CONNOR, Samuel was received on trial in 1863, 1868 Pittsburg,

CONRON, M.B. died 1892 Toronto was married to Annie Wilson and both are buried at Mount Pleasant Cemetary, 1885 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

CONSTABLE, Thomas W. was born in 1816 in England and was received on trial in 1841, 1847-1848 Adelaide, 1850 Yonge (Johnstown), 1854-1855 St. Andrew's (Ottawa), 1866-1869 St. Armands, 1871 Osnabruck (Stormont), 1876 Spencerville (Leeds Co.)

CONWAY, William 1896-1899 Florence

COOK, E.M. 1909 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

COOK, H.A. 1916 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

COOK, J.E. 1904 Wesley/Underwood,

COOK, Romulus B. was born in 1812 in the United States, Episcopal, 1858 Townsend, 1862 Stone Church Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1868 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1870-1871 Binrook (Wentworth Co.)

COOK, William H. was born in 1837 in Ireland, Primitive, 1871 Petrolia (Lampton Co.), 1872-1873 Abinger, 1878-1881 Mono Mills Adjala Twp. (Simcoe Co.) (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs William Cook born Miss Jennie Wise, Beverly Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario and in 1880 married William Cook. She died on Nov 29 1922 in Brantford Ontario and was buried in Kirkwall Cemetery in the family plot. She was survived by her husband and 2 sons Rev. W.A. of Arkwright and Robert a farmer in Brant Co.

COOK, William A. M.A.,B.D. was born on. Jul 29 1885 on Beverley Twp, Wentworth Co. Ontario and died on Oct 6 1923 in Arkwright Ontario. He was buried in Paris Cemetery Ontario In 1905 he moved with parents to Brantford Ontario and was married Dec 24 1912 to Maude Gurney of Burford Ontario. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. William A. Cook, M.A.,B.D. born Jul 29 1885 Beverley Twp, Wentworth Co. Ontario moved 1905 with parents to Brantford Ontario married Dec 24 1912 Miss Maude Gurney of Burford Ontario died Oct 6 1923 Arkwright ON, age 39 years buried Paris Cemetery Ontario survived by widow and 3 small sons, Leslie, William and Lloyd, father William Cook of Brantford and brother Robert Cook of Paris Ontario

COOKE, Edward B. was born in Cornwall England, 1850 Walsingham, 1851-1853 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1855 Durham, 1895 South Dummer Asphodel Twp., 1928-1932 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.)

COOKMAN, Christopher was born in 1841 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1865, 1868 Exeter, 1871 Nissouri West (Middlesex Co.), 1873 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1874 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

Rev. J.W. CooleyCOOLEY, John W. was born on November 27, 1852 in Toronto Twp. and was the son of Thomas Cooley a member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church in Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry. In 1869 he became a public school teacher, and in 1873 was appointed master of the Senior Boys' School in Guelph. At this date he became a member of the Methodist Church, and secretary of the Guelph YMCA. He was received on trial in 1874 in Elora, 1875 Listowel, 1876 Hamilton, 1877 Stratford, and was ordained in 1878 in Elmira., 1882 Jerseyville, 1885 Dunnville, 1888 Hamilton, 1891 Journal Secretary of Niagara Conference, 1891 Colbourne Street Brantford. 1906 Grimsby, his mother died May 12, 1904. In 1878 he married Miss Keeling of Guelph, and she died in 1885. She was organist at Norfolk Street in Guelph from 1878-1885.

COOMBE, William 1891-1893 Richmond, 1894-1898 Ernestown, 1898 Murray Tp. (Northumberland Co.)

COON, C.H. 1912-1917 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.). 1917 East Ward Lindsay,

Rev. Robert CooneyCOONEY, Robert M.A., D.D. was born in 1800, was received on trial in 1831, died in 1870 and was buried at Victoria Lawn Cemetery, St Catharines (Section B)Grantham Twp. Lincoln Co., 1856-1857 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1858 Eramosa Tp. (Wellington Co.), retired 1865, 1867-1869 Toronto North (retired)

                                

                                

COOP, Frank 1924 Eston Saskatchewan (Christian Guardian) Births - William Jordan Coop was born on. Mar 7 1924 in Eston SK the son of Rev. and Mrs Frank Coop

COOPER, Edward 1835 Oswegatchie District,

COOPER, J.R. 1919-1923 Johnstown,

COOPER, R.S. 1867 Paisley (Bruce Co.)

COPE, William 1833 Galt, 1849 Caradoc/London, 1858 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1862 Binbrook/Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

COPELAND, George 1850 Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

CORBITT, John was born in Ireland and was received on trial in 1863, 1866 Colbraine/Nobleton (York Co.), 1868 Playfair,

CORNISH, C.E. was born in 1835 in England, 1851 Chairman Cobourg District, 1863 Carden (Colbourne), 1867 Ancaster (Wentworh Co.), 1867 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1868-1869 Erin (wellington Co.), 1869-1871 Rockwood Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1871 Pickering, 1901 retired to live at No. 160 Argyle St., Toronto.

CORNISH, George Henry was born on June 28, 1834 in Exeter, England and was received on trial in 1858 after attending Victoria College in Cobourg. He was ordained in 1862 along with twenty-four others at the old Pinacle Street Church in Belleville by Rev. Dr. Wood. In 1862 he was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Frances Reynell, daughter of Capt. John Reynell of Bainslack, Ireland and they had five children. 1858 Mitchell (with Rev. J.B. Evans), 1862 Beaverton, 1864-1865 Caledonia/Binbrook, 1866 Pickering, 1868 Rockwood (Wellington Co.), 1869 Cainsville, 1870 Eramosa/Nassagawega (Halton Co.), 1871 Pickering, 1872-1873 Greenwood/Brougham, 1873 Norwich, 1875 Grimsby, 1877 Burlington, 1879 Wingham, 1881 Stratford, 1883 Hespler, 1884 Port Elgin, 1885 Niagara, 1887 Drayton (Wellington Co.)

CORSON, Robert was born on Sept 12, 1793 in Clinton Tp. Niagara District, was received on trial in 1821, and died on October 8, 1878. He was the son of Daniel Corson and Rebecca Lawrison, 1825 preached at Township of Waterloo, 1.5 miles above Preston in a primitive log house which was the residence of Samuel Cornell, 1830 Scarborough, 1834 Newmarket, 1835 Whitby, 1843 Adolphustown, 1843-1844 Fredericksburg & Amherst Island, 1843-1844 & 1846 Camden East, 1845 Napanee, 1846 Ernestown, 1847-1848 Adelaide, 1849 W. Oxford, 1854-1855 Cainsville, 1857-1871 superannuated at Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

CORSON, William

COSENS, Charles W. was born in January 1856 in Blenheim Twp. Oxford Co. and he married in 1886 Armintha Haggan. In June, 1877, Mr. Cosens was received by the Guelph Conference of the Methodist Church as a probationer for the sacred ministry, and was ordained in June, 1883. 1877 Elora, 1878 Erin, 1878-1879 Ellis Chapel/Hespler, 1880 Stratford, 1881 Mitchell, 1884 Brussels, 1887 Jarvis, 1889 Bright, 1891 Caledonia, 1896-1899 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1908-1911 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

COSFORD, Thomas was born in 1814 in England, was received on trial in 1839, died in 1892 and is buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, London, (Middlesex Co.). He married Nancy and their daughter Cecilia Ann died 19 Sept 1855 in Bowmanville only 2 weeks old. Their daughter Lavinia Harriet died 12 Feb 1860 in Goderich 6 mos old. Their daughter Maria Isadore died in Eglington May 8, 1864 age 2 mos 22 days, 1841 Thorold, 1844 Whitchurch, 1844-1846 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1845 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1845 Nelson/Trafalgar (Halton Co.), 1846-1847 Eramosa/Nichol/Garafraxa/Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1847-1848 Richmond, 1848 Superintendent at Simcoe, 1849-1850 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1854-1855 Bowmanville, 1855 Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1856 Cartwright, 1856 Darlington (Durham), 1858 Blanshard (Oxford Co.), 1858 Stanley (Huron Co.), 1859 Darlington, 1860 Goderich, 1862 Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1864 Eglington (York Co.), 1865 Stamford (Welland Co.), 1867-1868 Cavan (Durham), 1868-1871 Whitby,

COTTINS, C.P.J.was born in 1835 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Stanley (Huron Co.)

COTTON, William was born in 1823 in England and was married to Mary Anna Seavel, 1845 Picton (Prince Edward Co.), 1871 Mulmur (Simcoe Co.)

COUCH, Isaac 1897 Massey

COUGHLAN, James daughter was born on April 9, 1831 at Port Hope

COUGHLAN, Lawrence was born and educated in Ireland and died in 1785. A Methodist convert from Roman Catholicism, he entered the itinerancy in 1755 and travelled until 1764 when he was ordained, without Wesley's permission, by the Greek Orthodox bishop Erasmus. He set up a dissenting meeting house in Bermondsey, London, and in 1765 was invited by a group of Anglicans and Congregationalists from Newfoundland, to be their minister. After his arrival on the island he commenced a ministry organised on Methodist lines. In 1767 some of the colonists petitioned the Society for the Propogation of the Gospel to appoint him as their missionary. He returned to England and was ordained by the Bishop of London with Wesley's approval. Coughlan returned to Newfoundland and formed one of the earliest Methodist Societies in North America. Coughlan resigned his position and crossed the Atlantic for the final time in 1773, after the Methodists in Newfoundland began to suffer persecution, which was encouraged by local merchants and the governor of the colony. He subsequently served as a minister at Cumberland Street Chapel in London.

COULTER, George was the son of George Coulter and Maria Culham, 1923 Stouffville Ontario (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Maria Culham Coulter was born on Mar 29 1845 in Toronto Twp. Ontario and married on Apr 17 1874 George Coulter. She died on Sep 14 1923 in Thornbury Ontario at 79 years old and was buried at the Union Cemetery in Thornbury Ontario. She was survived by her husband, 2 sons: Rev. J.J. Coulter of Toronto Ontario and Rev. George Coulter of Stouffville Ontario and 3 daughters: Mrs. R.W. Wallace of Ravenna, Mrs. J.S. Carr of Thornbury Ontario, and Miss Elizabeth at home

COULTER, Joseph J. was the son of George Coulter and Maria Culham , 1896-1899 Florence, 1923 Toronto Ontario (Christian Guardian) Golden Wedding - Mr and Mrs Charles Riley celebrated 50 years Dec 18 1922 in Woodstock Ontario brother of the bride from BC was present, another brother Rev. Joseph Coulter of Calgary AB was not present.

COULTER, W.H. 1902-1905 Florence

COWDELL, Thomas 1805-1806 PEI local preacher

COWPERTHWAITE, Humphrey P. A.M. 1870 Fairville N.B., 1879 Charlottetown PEI

COX, Henry 1848 Sherbrooke,

CRAGG, Edward was born in 1832 in England, was received on trial in 1851 and died on Oct 10 1923 at Calgary Alberta. 1867 Teeswater (Bruce Co.), 1868 Bayfield, 1871 Stanley (Huron Co.)

CRAIG, James 1885 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

CRAIG, William 1897-1900 Johnstown,

CRAIK, F. 1907-1910 Florence

CRANE, Isaac was born in 1823 in England and was received on trial in 1855 and was buried in Hillview United Cemetery, Woodstock, (Oxford Co.), 1859 Gray Twp. (Huron Co.), 1860 Wallace/Elma (Perth Co.), 1862 Puslinch/Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1863 Elma (Perth Co.), 1864 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1867-1869 Hollen Peel Twp (Wellington Co.), 1868 Rothsay Maryborough, 1870 Peel, 1871-1872 Peel/Maryborough, 1871 Glenallen Peel, 1885-1887 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.),

CRANE, R.E. 1870 Nova Scotia District

CRANFORD, Henry L. 1870 Twillingate Nfld

CRAW, George J. 1914-1925 Springville Monaghan Twp.,

CRAWFORD, John 1900 Niagara

CRAWFORD, Thomas

CREIGHTON, C. 1881-1882 Brantford

CREIGHTON, Frank A married Corona E Garnham of Courtland Ontario, 1923 Toronto (Christian Guardian) Births - Frances Muriel Creighton was born on Dec 4 1923 in Toronto Ontario a daughter for Rev. Frank A and Mrs Creighton (nee Corona E Garnham) of Courtland Ontario

CREIGHTON, Kennedy was born in 1815 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1836, daughter was born on July 30, 1847 in Waterdown, 1847 E.Flamboro (Wentworth Co.), 1848 Nissouri, 1848-1850 Blandford (London), 1850 East Oxford, 1851 Townsend (London), 1851-1852 Brantford, 1854 Bytown (Ottawa) Chairman of Bytown District, 1855 London, 1855 St. Catharines, 1856 Grantham, 1862 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1867 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1868 Innisfil, 1871 Owen Sound (Grey Co.), 1881 Rama (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Jean Harvie Donald died on Dec 24, 1923 at home in Toronto, Ontario. She was the wife of Major Richard A. Donald, daughter of Mrs. Harvie and late John Harvie of Toronto Ontario, and grandaughter of late Rev. Kennedy Creighton, sister of Mrs W.B. Creighton of Toronto, Ontario, and J.K. Harvie of Cagary, Alberta

CREIGHTON, William was born in 1822 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1850 and ordained in 1854, 1850 Binbrook, 1854-1855 Kincardine (Huron Co.), 1866-1869 Renfrew, 1871 Fitzroy (Carleton)

CREWS, Albert C. D.D. 1923 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

CREWS, Thomas was born in 1822 in England and was received on trial in 1851, 1854-1855 London Circuit, 1867-1869 Belmont, 1871 Dorchester North (Middlesex Co.), 1875 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

CREWS, H.W. 1906-1910 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1911 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

CRISP, Robert 1874 Pownal PEI,

CROMPTON, Thomas was born in 1817 in England, Primitive, 1866 Toronto Circuit/Stouffville (York Co.), 1870-1871 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), buried in Hamilton, Wentworth

CRONTIS, Darius was born in 1828 in Ontario, 1871 Cramhe Tp.

CROP, William was born in 1832 in Ireland, 1871 Chatham Tp. (Kent Co.)

CROSBY, Arthur H. was a graduate of Victoria College. He married Miss McKenzie.

CROSBY, John was born in 1812 in Yorkshire, England. In 1834 he was twenty-two years of age when the family came to Canada. 1884 Guelph Twp. (Wellington Co.), class leader

Rev. Thomas Crosby CROSBY, Thomas was educated for the ministry and in 1861 became a missionary in B. C. among the Indians. He was received for ministry in 1868 while serving there. He was a pioneer, and still lives in British Columbia.(1906) (Christian Guardian) Mrs T. Barraclough died on Oct 9, 1922 in Ingersoll Ontario, funeral Oct 12 1922 at Ingersoll Ontario. She was a sister of the late Rev, Thomas Crosby (pioneer of Pacific Coast) and mother of Rev W.H. Barraclough of Lindsay Ontario. Her husband died at the turn of the century and she is survived by a son and 4 daughters: Misses Gertrude and Clara at home, Mrs (Dr) Frank E. Bennett of St. Thomas Ontario, and Mrs Maurice S. Walker of Flat Rock, Michigan

CROSS, Charles H. B.A. B.D. died in 1922

CROSS, William was received on trial in 1856, 1860 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1861 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1862-1863 Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1865 Hanover (Grey Co.), 1868-1869 Walpole Island and Lambton,

CROSSLEY, H.T. was born on November 19, 1850 in York Co., Ontario and was received on trial in 1873. In 1884, by the consent of his Conference, he began the work of an Evangelist, and he and his co-labourer, Rev. John E. Hunter, have been engaged in union revival services across the Dominion.

CROTHERS, W.J. (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs W.S. Maclaren - an appreciation. She was born Mary Henderson in 1843, daughter of the late A.H. Henderson of Huntingdon and married in 1875 W.S. Maclaren (predeceased 1909), brother of Justice J.J. Maclaren of Toronto Ontario and died on Mar 14 1924 in Huntingdon . She was one of a family of fourteen, one of whom was the late Rev Dr W.C. Henderson and another the late Mrs (Rev Dr) W.J. Crothers. She was survived by two sons Harold (C.E.) of Huntingdon and Dr Archie of Calgary AB, one sister Miss Kate still lives in Huntingdon

CROWELL, Seth was another who died in the meridian of life, and left behind him memorials of his fidelity in the cause of God. He entered the traveling ministry in 1801, and finished his course in the twenty-fifth year of his public labors. In the early days of his ministry he volunteered his services for Upper Canada, where he exhibited those talents for preaching, and that ardency of zeal, which much endeared him to the people in that province; and he left behind him many witnesses, converted under his preaching, of the power and skill with which he wielded "the sword of the Spirit." 1803 Scarborough, 1824 Oswegatchie District,

CROWLE, Fred W. B.A. 1895 Thorold, 1913-1914 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

CUBITT, George was born in 1791 in Norwich, Norfolk, Endland and died in 1850. His family moved to Sheffield in Yorkshire and Cubitt was converted at Carver Street Chapel in 1808. He entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in 1813 and served for three years as a missionary in Newfoundland from 1816. His overseas ministry was cut short by ill health and he returned to home circuits in 1819. Cubitt was appointed Connexional Editor in 1842, a position which he held until his death which occurred in London after a short illness. Cubitt was a prolific writer who was widely esteemed in his own time, but whose work has now been largely forgotten.

CULBERT, Thomas was born in 1829 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1850, 1850 Bradford, ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Proton (Owen Sound), 1856-1859 Arthur/Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1866 Mersea Tp. (Essex Co.), 1868 Wallaceburg, 1871 Chatham Twp. (Kent Co.), 1872 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1881 East Ward Lindsay,

CULLEN, Thomas was born in 1838 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1861 and died in 1924 in Shanghai China. He was the father of Mrs. E.W. Wallace, (nee Cullen) of Victoria College, 1868 Demorestville, 1871 Prince Edward Co.

CULP, David 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1815 Scarborough. In February 1818 he preached at the opening services of the first Methodist Church in Whitchurch, as Aurora was then called. At times he exchanged with the preacher at Duffin's Creek.

CUMBERLAND, James preached in both the Methodist and Presbyterian churches on Amherst Island before he retired in 1820

CUMMING, Robert B. 1910-1913 Florence

CUNNINGHAM, Andrew was received on trial in 1868 and died in 1924. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry D. Irwin, (nee Cunningham) 1924 living Markdale Ontario, 1868 Cookstown, 1876 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.), 1877 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1889 Galt, 1891-1893 Dublin St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

CURRAN, John was born in 1819 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Brant Twp. (Bruce Co.)

CURRIE, Duncan D. 1870 Fredericton N.B., 1873 Charlottetown PEI

CURRIE, James 1829 Albion, 1835 Richmond (Augusta)

CURRY, Erastus S. was born in 1835 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1861, 1866-1869 Fitzroy Harbour, 1871 Saulte Ste Marine (Algoma)

CURTIS, James C. was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Trafalgar Twp. (Halton Co.), 1874 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1886 Newburgh

CUTLER, John B. was born in 1821 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Bertie (Welland), 1880 Thamesford/London,

CUTLER, J.W. was born in Genesee Co, New York, United States, and came to Canada in 1851, Episcopal, 1877-1881 Leamington Mersea Twp. (Essex Co.)

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DACK, John was born in 1821 in England, 1871 Albemarle (Bruce Co.)

DANARD, William was born in 1836 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Sullivan (Grey Co.)

DANIEL, Henry 1860 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 St. John N.B. (retired)

DANIEL, R.A. 1870 Tryon PEI

DANIELS, William Scott D.D. was born in 1872 and died in 1965, entered the ministry as a member of Bethesda Church, Ancaster. His daughter Elda was a missionary in Korea,

DARK, James was born in 1837 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Goderich (Huron Co.)

DARLINGTON, Robert was received on trial in 1840, 1846 Murray/Cramahe (Newcastle), 1848 supernumerary relation at the Belleville Conference, 1856-1869 Whitby (retired)

DAVEY, Robert was born in 1844 in England and was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1871 Binbrook/Ancaster (Wentworth), 1872 Morris (Huron Co.)

DAVIDSON, John C. born in Ireland sone was born on Nov 27, 1833 in Belleville, 1835-1837 Toronto (Upper George St.), 1854 left to join the Episcopalian Church,

DAVIDSON, R. John was born in 1799 in England, 1839 Binbrook, 1871 Toronto

DAVIDSON, S. 1910-1913 Florence

DAVIDSON, Thomas Primitive 1857 Galt/Dumfries Twp

DAVIES, Thomas H. 1870 Bridgetown N.S. (retired)

DAVIS, George H. was born in 1819 in England and was received on trial in 1841, daughter was born on June 8, 1849 at Toronto, 1849 Queen St W. Toronto, 1854-1855 Cobourg, 1868-1870 Barrie, 1868-1871 Peterborough (Chairman of District), December 17, 1871 he officiated at the opening of a new church building in Lindsay

DAVIS, Herman 1833 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1835 Murray (Hastings Co.), 1843 Lindsay

DAVIS, John T. was born in 1835 in England and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1854, 1868 Sutton, 1871 Mosa Tp. (Midland), 1880 Aylmer C.W., 1894 British Methodist Episcopal Church on Essex St., Guelph (Wellington Co.)

DAVIS, Thomas Episcopal, 1851 Ekfrid/London,

DAVISON, John Primitive Editor of "Evangelist" on King St in 1851 in Hamilton, church on Hughson St., 1854-1855 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1866 Toronto Mission Bookroom and editor Christian Journal at 35 King St. E., and was living on Yonge St. at College Ave.

DAWSON, Abraham was born in 1807 in Ireland Episcopal, 1871 Kingston

DAWSON, Abram was born in 1818 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Wilberforce Tp. (Renfrew)

DAWSON, Alfred 1860's Adelaide Tp.

DAWSON, J.L. M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1878,

DAWSON, Thomas 1801-1804 PEI local preacher

DAY, George F. 1870 Advocate Harbour N.B.

DAYMAN, Abraham In 1848 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference. 1845 Lindsay, 1848-1849 Camden East, 1849-1851 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Wilton (Kingston), 1855 Camden East, 1855-1856 Ernestown,

DEABRISAY, Albert S. 1870 Middle Musquodoboit N.S.

DEACON, Joseph was received on trial in 1969, 1869 Angus, 1872 Greenwood/Brougham, 1876 Elma (Perth Co.), 1878-1879 Cumnock Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.)

DEAN, Horace 1835 received into full connexion at Conference in Hamilton, 1832 Thames, 1835-1836 Newmarket, 1839-1840 Lindsay, 1844 Garafraxa/Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1845 Barrie, 1851-1852 Beausoliel/French River (Barrie), 1854-1855 Rama (Simcoe Co.), 1857-1859 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1866 Thornhill (York Co.) (retired)

DEAN, S. Wesley D.D. spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.), on Sunday November 12, 1938

DEAPER, James was born in 1831 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Saltfleet (Wentworth)

DEINSTADT, Thomas J. 1870 Exmouth Street St. John N.B.

DELLER, Howard 1924 Southampton Ontario

DEMICK, M. 1871 Rockwood Eramosa (Wellington Co.)

DEMILLE, Alfred B. was born in 1832 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1869 Cannington (Ontario Co.), 1871 Brock (Ontario Co.)

DEMOREST, Thomas was received on trial in 1819, 1833-1834 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1842 Oswegatchie District, 1843 Brockville, 1844 Cavan (Newcastle), 1845 Smith Twp (Colbourne), 1845-1846 Thorold (Niagara), 1852 Oxford, 1853 Zorra Tp. (Oxford Co.), 1856 Reach Tp., 1858 Peel, 1858 Cavan (Durham), 1858 Marysburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1864 Richmond, 1868 Stirling (Hastings Co.)(retired)

DENIKE, Robert was born in 1841 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Darlington (Durham)

DENNIS, A.C. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1887,

DENSLOW, Melville 1847 Queen's Bush/Peel (Wellington Co.)

DENYES, George F., was born in 1884 and died 1964. He married Olive Mabel Holiday who was born in 1882 and buried in Zion Hill Cemetery, Thurlow Twp. (Hastings Co.)

DERRICK, Thomas was received on trial in 1863, 1868 Cariboo,

DESBRISAY, Albert was born in PEI and was ordained in 1822,

DEVERELL, William 1835 Peterborough

DEVITT, Thomas

Rev. Edward Hartley Dewart DEWART, Edward Hartley D.D. was born in 1828 in Cavan, Ireland and was received on trial in 1851. In 1834 he came to Canada and settled in to Peterborough Co. with his family and in 1856 was married to Miss Matilda Hunt of Hamilton (Wentworth Co,). He was influenced in joining the ministry by Rev. William Young of Norwood, 1851 Wallaceburg, 1852 on trial, 1852-1853 St. Thomas, 1853-1854 Port Hope, 1854-1855 Thorold, 1855 ordained in June in London, 1855 Dundas, 1856-1858 Superintendent St. Andrews (Ottawa), 1858 Odeltown, 1860 Montreal West, 1862-1865 St Johns, 1866 Collingwood, 1867-1870 Elm Street Church Toronto, 1869-1880 Editor of the Christian Guardian, 1870-1871 Ingersoll, 1871 St. James (Toronto), 1879 Toronto, 1884 Trent Bridge Asphodel Twp., 1886 Toronto

DeWOLFE, Charles D.D. AM 1847 Charlottetown PEI 1870 Shelburne N.S. (retired)

DEWEY, G.W. Episcopal 1885 Whitchurch, 1887 East Ward Lindsay,

DEXTor, Ranson Episcopal, 1845 Malahide/London,

DICKEY, Albert D.D. 1873-1874 Merlin (London), 1925 Georgetown spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) Sunday May 3, 1925

DICKIE, Nathaniel was born in 1842 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Raleigh (Kent Co.), 1880 Springfield/London,

DICKINSON, C.H. 1938 Book Steward of the United Church of Canada, spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) on Sunday, December 4, 1938

DICKSON, J.F.F. was received on trial in 1851, 1854-1855 Hamilton, 1860 Drummondville, 1868 Bowmanville,

DIGHTON, F. Episcopal, 1857 Binbrook,

DIGNAM, William daughter was born on April 9, 1850 in Stratford, 1843-1844 Warwick Tp., 1844 Carradoc, 1845 Guelph, 1846 Nissouri, 1848 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1850 Woolwich, 1851-1852 Mono, 1854 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Gosfield (Chatham), 1858 Arthur (Wellington Co.)

DIMMICK, M. 1880 London Circuit,

DINGMAN, Garrett J. was born in 1827 in Ontario and was received in 1851, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Lindsay, 1868 Bridgewater, 1871 Elzevir (Hastings Co.), 1880 Greenwood/Brougham,

DISNEY, Richard R., Right Rev., was born in 1827 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Toronto, 1886 Chatham

DIXON, James 1854-1855 Woodstock

DOAN, A. 1905-1907 Florence

Rev. Charles J. Dobson DOBSON, Charles J. B.D. was born on September 19, 1852 in Reach, Ontario Co. and was received on trial in 1873 and was ordained in 1877. He was married on June 30, 1877 to Jennie H., daughter of David Hopper of Victoria Square. 1877 Selkirk, 1880 Haldimand Co., 1883 Albion West, 1886 Prince Albert, 1889 Claremont, 1891 Peoples Church Toronto,

                                

                                

DOBSON, Hugh spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) October 1922

DOBSON, William was born in PEI and was ordained in 1870, 1870 Guysboro/Canso N.S.

DOCHSADDER, John was born in 1832 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Minto (Wellington Co.)

DOCKHAM, Henry was born in 1826 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1869 Brooklin (Ontario Co.) 1871 Oakville (Halton Co.)

DOCKRILL, C.W. 1870 Musquodeboit Harbour N.S.

DOEL, John was received on trial in 1858, 1862-1863 Wardsville, 1868 Toronto West,

DOHERTY, Rev. 1880 North Keppel (Bruce Co.)

DOREY, G. 1857-1860 Ernestown & Camden East, 1861 Toronto

DORION, Joseph A. was rceived on trial in 1858, 1866-1869 Huron French Mission,

DOUGLAS, George LL.D. D.D. was born on Oct 14, 1825 in Ashkirk Roxburghshire Scotland, 1832 family emigrated to Montreal, 1848 Melbourne on trial, 1849 Wesleyan Theology Institute Richmond England, 1850-1852 Bahamas District of the West Indies, 1854-1855 Kingston, 1855-1858 Toronto, 1858-1861 Hamilton, 1866-1869 Montreal Centre, 1871 St. James St. Montreal, Mr. George Douglas, some time between the 1848 District Meeting and his appointment to the Bermudas, in 1849, went to one of the theoogical institutions in England, but, at this writing, we are not informed how long he spent there, or what time, if any, he was employed on the Melbourne Circuit, with which his name stood connected. -from the minutes of the 1848 Wesleyan Methodist Conference in Belleville C.W.

DOUGLASS, John 1854-1855 Chambly (Montral) supernumerary

Rev.DOUSE, John was born in 1802 in England and was received on trial in 1834. He died in 1886 and his daughter Isabella Louisa died of cholera 26 Jan 1858 in London C.W. In 1835 ordained for "Missionary work" at Conference in Hamilton, 1836 Thorold, 1836 Salt Springs/Brantford, 1842-1843 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1847 Binbrook/Hamilton (Wentworth Co.) 1848 Puslinch/Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1849 Cobourg, 1851-1852 Toronto, 1854-1856 Barrie - Chairman Barrie District, 1857-1858 London, 1857-1858 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1857 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1858-1860 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1860-1861 Eramosa/Erin (Wellington Co.), 1861-1863 Thurlow/Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1864-1866 Ottawa, 1866-1869 St. Johns, 1871 Paris (Brant Co.)

DOVE, E.A.W. 1895 Greenwood,

DOVE, James 1870 St. Johns Nfld

DOW, Lorenzo 1829 Bay of Quinte

DOWLER, John Armstrong was born in 1827 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1851, student at the Durham Academy, 1854-1855 Osgoode (Ottawa), 1861-1863 Kaladar & Denbeigh, 1868 Elgin, 1871 Crosby (Leeds)

DOWN, Samuel was received on trial in 1855, 1855 Millbrooke, 1859 Seymour (Northumberland Co.), 1861-1863 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1867-1869 Thurso, 1872 Gloucester (Russell Co.), 1873 N.Gower (Grenville)

DOWNS, A. 1891-1893 Florence

DOWSON, William 1833 Charlottetown PEI

DOXEE, Archelaus was born in 1833 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1858, 1866-1869 Marmora (Hastings Co.), 1871 Tyendinaga Tp. (Hastings Co.)

DOYLE, Robert was born in 1825 in Ireland, Primitive, 1871 Bowmanville (Durham)

DRAKE, S.R. Episcopal, 1895 held the first BME conference in Guelph, 1897 Essex St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1902-1909 British Methodist Episcopal Church (Brantford) and then General Superintendent of the Conference for 18 years, 1924 BME Essex St Guelph (Wellington Co.),

DRAKE, Thomas 1856-1858 Wardsville

DRAPER, C.D. 1911 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

DRAPER, Elisha was born in 1829 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1861 Binbrook, 1871 Malahide Tp. (Elgin Co.)

DRAPER, J. Episcopal, 1864-1869 & 1871-1872 Binbrook,

DRENNAN, Alexander was received on trial in 1855, 1868 Gaspe,

DREW, Nathaniel D. died in 1922 1901-1903 Baileyboro, (Christian Guardian) Rev. Nathaniel D. Drew - an appreciation. He died om Oct 1 1922 at the home of his daughter near St Catharine's Ontario. He was survived by his wife, sons and daughters

DUDGEON, Joseph (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Mrs Thomas Simpson was born Fannie Charlotte Starrat on Mar 13 1856 in Brampton Ontario and in 1880 married Thomas Simpson. She died on Mar 3 1924 in Bradford amd was buried in Royston Cemetery beside her husband and son. She moved to Ryerson Twp after marriage and in 1908 family moved to Burk's Falls. She was survived by 2 sons: Bert of Starrat and Norman at Burk's Falls, 1 daughter Mrs. (Rev.) Joseph Dudgeon, and 1 sister Mrs (Rev) Thomas Argue

DUDLEY, Thomas was born in 1821 in England, Episcopal, 1854-1855 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.) 1871 Brant Twp. (Bruce Co.)

DUFF, Robert was born in 1836 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Enniskillen, (Lambton Co.), 1902-1905 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

DUKE, James A. 1870 Burin Nfld

DULMAGE, Jacob was born in Adolphustown but moved at an early time in life to Marysburgh, where he lived and died. He was a prominent member of the Methodist Church, and probably a local preacher for years. He married Sarah Huff, a daughter of Solomon Huff, one of the Adolphustown pioneers.

DUNCAN, George 1845 Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

DUNCAN, Robert 1870 Carleton St. John N.B.

DUNDAS, Brabazon B. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Smithville,

DUNHAM, Darius came to Upper Canada as a Methodist preacher in 1792, being one of the first two Methodist ministers set to Upper Canada by the Methodist Episcopal Church of the United States. 1795 Myers Creek (Belleville), 1800 Napanee, 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.)

DUNHAM, E.A. was born in July 1814 in Napanee Ontario and died on Feb 27, 1891 in St. Thomas. 1861 Port Burwell, 1880 St. Thomas

DUNKLEY, George was born in 1832 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Colborne (Huron Co.), 1879 Wiarton (Bruce Co.)

DURKEE, John was born in 1838 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Sullivan (Grey Co.)

DURR, G. 1891-1893 Florence

DUSTIN, George W. 1922 Gananoque/Lansdowne Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Marion Gertrude Dustin was born on Oct 28 1922 in Gananoque Ontario to Rev. and Mrs George W. Dustin of Lansdowne Ontario

DUTTON, Stephen Primitive 1832 York

DYER, James E. was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1854, 1854 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1857-1858 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1858 Hillsburgh/Erin (Wellington Co.), 1859 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1860 Luther/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1861 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1868-1871 Westminster (Middlesex Co.)

DYKE, Jabez H. Primitive, 1880-1883 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1909-1910 Mt. Pleasant Nichol Tp. (Wellington Co.),

DYRE, William R. was received on trial in 1855, 1855 Walker's Mills, 1866-1869 Mitchell/Logan (Perth Co.), 1869 Fullarton (Perth Co.)

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EARL, Robert 1837 London

EARLE, J.R. was born in 1875 in Metcalfe Ontario and died in 1925 in Toronto Ontario. In 1906 he married Edna E. Auld in Winnipeg, Manitoba

EARLE, T.R. 1878 Binbrook,

EASTMAN, Andrew C. was received on trial in 1867, 1868 Calabogie,

EASTMAN, Charles was born in 1843 in the United States Episcopal, 1871 Tuckersmith (Huron Co.)

Rev. Dr. EbyEBY Dr. Charles B., member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church, Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered the ministry as a student at Victoria College from 1866-1869,

                                

                                

                                

Rev. Daniel Ecker ECKER, Daniel was born in Binbrook, Wentworth Co. on May 18, 1846 and was received on trial in 1870 and was ordained in 1875. He was married on August 14, 1872 to Laura H. daughter of Rev. David Williams, who died on April 21, 1890, leaving two daughters. Episcopal, 1875 Blenheim, 1877 Walsingham, 1879 Nanticoke, 1880 Ingersoll, 1881 Stanley, 1883 Brussels, 1885 Canboro, 1886 Port Robinson, 1888 Rockford, 1889-1891 Thorold/Tapelytown, 1903-1907 Carmel Garafraxa Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1914-1916 Belwood Garafraxa Twp. (Wellington Co.)

                                

                                

EDGAR, James 1866 Brampton (Peel Co.)

EDMISON, Thomas J. was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Oakwood, 1871 Emily Tp.(Victoria Co.)

EDMONDS, Jabez was born in 1847 in Ontario, 1871 Nissouri West (Middlesex Co.), 1873 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1882-1884 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

EDMUNDS, Eric was born in 1835 in Ontario, Episcopal, Murray Twp. (Northumberland Co.), 1869 Bracebridge,

EDMUNDS, Solomon Chesley was born in 1842 in Smith Falls Ontario and died in 1924 in Toronto Ontario. He married Edna Baskerville and in 1924 was living in Toronto, Ontario

EDSWORTHY, S. 1924 Czar Alberta (Christian Guardian)Births - Gladys Beth Edsworthy was born on Jan 27 1924 in London Ontario and was the daughter of Rev. S. and Mrs Edsworthy of Czar AB

EDWARDS, Andrew was born in 1829 in England 1850-1853 Barrie assistant to Lewis Warner, 1852 received on trial, 1853 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Holland Landing, 1859-1860 Blanchard (Oxford Co.),1860 Nissouri (Oxford Co.), 1864-1866 Lindsay, 1866-1868 Ops (Victoria Co.), 1868 Exeter, 1871 Southwold (Elgin Co.), 1887 removed to Nebraska USA

EDWARDS, Edwin W. 1902 Wesley/Underwood,

EDWARDS, Robert 1900 Emily (Victoria Co.)

EDWARDS, S. 1863 Cartwright, 1879 Binbrook,

EDWARDS, William W. was born in 1844 in Ontario Co. and was received on trial in 1867, 1868 Listowell, 1872-1881 Thamesville Camden West (Kent Co.)

EGAN, Jeremiah was born in 1841 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Lutterworth, Anson & Hindon (Victoria Co.)

EGAN, William E. was born in 1867 and died on Aug 12 1923 in Port Arthur Ontario (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam... Rev. Williamm E. Egan died Aug 12 1923 in Port Arthur, 56 years old

ELLIOT, John was born in 1826 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Malahide (Elgin Co.)

ELLIOTT, J. 1913-1916 Florence

ELLIOTT, James was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received in 1844, 1851 Binbrook, 1854-1856 Hamilton, 1861-1863 Toronto, 1867-1869 London (Chairman), 1871 London

ELLIOTT, John N. was born in 1832 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1858 Thorold, 1871 Strathroy (Middlesex Co.)

ELLIOTT, Robert J.was born in 1849 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Gwillimbury East (York Co.), 1882-1884 Binbrook, 1906 President of the Hamilton Conference,

ELLIOTT, W. 1894 Greenwood,

ELLIOTT, Zeno was born in 1841 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Petrolia (Lambton Co.)

ELLIS, John 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student,

ELLIS, William 1850 Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

ELLIS, William J. 1901-1903 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

ELLSWORTH, O.H. 1853 received on trial, 1854-1855 Vienna (Brantford), 1855-1858 Paris (Brant Co.), 1857 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1859 S. Easthope (Huron Co.)

ELMSLEY, William H. 1883-1884 Lindsay,

ELSON, A.J. Primitive, 1908-1909 Pailsty St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

ENGLAND, James 1870 Annapolis N.S.

ENGLISH, John was received on trial in 1848 at the Belleville Conference, 1852 Ordained, 1853 Clarke Tp.. 1854-1855 Stoney Creek, 1858-1859 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1867-1869 Rawdon (Hastings Co.)

ENGLISH, Noble Franklin 1844 Binbrook, was received on trial in 1845. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1854-1855 Brantford, 1855 Raleigh, 1859 Port Credit, 1863-1864 Goderich(Huron Co.), 1866 Etobicoke, 1869-1870 Elora/Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1871 Salem/Nichol (Wellington Co.)

ENGLISH, William F. was received on trial in 1839, 1858-1859 Fredericksburg & Adolphustown, 1858-1860 Richmond, 1860 Chairman Napanee circuit, 1861 Toronto Twp., 1868 Granby, 1869 Yonge (Leeds Co.), 1876 Pakenham Tp. (Lanark Co.)

EVANS, Edwin 1863 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Cornwall/Little York PEI

Rev. Ephraim Evans EVANS, Ephraim D.D. was born in 1804 in Kingston-upon-Hull England and was the brother of Rev. James Evans. He was received on trial in 1827 and in 1835 was appointed as editor of the Christian Guardian at Conference in Hamilton. He was twice married - first, on June 27, 1832 to Charlotte, daughter of Hon. Major-General Shaw, and again, in 1874, to Mary E., daughter of Robert Gunn, Wallacetown. 1832 Beaverdams Thorold, 1837 Toronto living at 56 Newgate St, 1840 Trustee Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1843 Adelaide (London), 1845 Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1847 Toronto West, 1852 Charlottetown PEI, 1867-1869 John St. Hamilton, 1871 Yorkville Village (York Co.)

                                

 

Rev. James EvansEVANS, James was born on Jan 18 1801 in Kingston-upon-Hull, England and died in 1846. He was the brother of Rev. Ephraim Evans and in 1823 he married Mary Blythe Smith, 1832 Binbrook, 1833 Thorold, 1839 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1840 Rossville Mission Norway House

                                

 

EVANS, J. Acquila was married on Apr 14 1925 to Marie Smith at Toronto, 1914 Stone Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1925 Erin (Wellington Co.)

EVANS, John Swanton was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1848 and he was buried Horton Cemetery (abandoned), 1848 Seneca (Owen Sound), Elizabethtown (Leeds Co.), 1850-1851 Thorold, 1852 Ordained, 1853 Charlotteville (Oxford Co.), 1868 Spencerville, 1871 Morrisburg (Dundas Co.),

EVANS, S. 1858 Ernestown,

EVES, Rev. 1884 Halliburton Ontario

EYNON, John Hicks was born in 1801 in Gloucester, England and died in 1888, and was converted by the early female itinerant Elizabeth Dart, whom he later married. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1826 and after service in several home circuits, was appointed to Upper Canada in 1832. He remained in Canada for the remainder of his ministry and pioneered the work of the Church across large areas of the colony.

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FAIRCHILD, John F.was born in 1827 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Vienna Village (Elgin Co.)

FALLIS, Col. George O. was the son of Rev. J.G. Fallis and in 1924 was living in Vancouver British Columbia

FALLIS, J.G. was born in 1845 in Millbrook Ontario and died in 1924 in Essex Ontario. He married Mary LeGear who died before 1916 in Saskatchewan.

FALLIS, R.J. 1880 Milliken's Corners/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

FALLIS, S.W. D.D. 1894 Thorold, 1924 Toronto

FANSHAW, Walter was born in 1839 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Embro (Oxford Co.), 1880 Tilsonburg, (Christian Guardian) Personals ... Rev. Walter Fanshaw celebrated 84th birthday Jan 21 1923 in Aylmer Ontario. and Dr. T. Albert Moore is a cousin.

FARRILL, F.G. M.A. BD 1924 Port Elgin Ontario (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Farrill-Grant marriage on Sep 13 1922 at residence of bride's parents Dobbinton Ontario Linda M. Grant the only daughter of Mr and Mrs George A Grant to Rev. F.G. Farrill, MA, BD of Port Elgin Ontario...Birth - Marjorie Dawn Farrill born April 16 1924 at Port Elgin Ontario a daughter for Rev. F.G. and Mrs Farrill.

FAULL, James was born on Jan 6 1840 in Cornwall, England, Episcopal and died on May 5 1899 in Shannonville, Tyendinaga Twp. (Hastings Co.) and was buried at Belleville Cemetery, Plot D

FAWCETT, John 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Norwood,

FAWCETT, Michael was received on trial in 1841 and died before 1924, 1840 Painswick (Simcoe Co.), 1842-1843 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1847 Fredericksburg (Lennox), 1854-1855 Consecon (Prince Edward Co.), 1859 Grimsby, 1866 Brampton/Meadowville (Peel Co.), 1867-1869 Markham, 1870 Superintendent at Oakville, 1884 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.) where Mrs Fawcett started a Ladies Aid Society in 1884 as President with 26 members

FAWCETT, Thomas was born in 1808 in Scarboro, Yorkshire, England and died in 1859 and was buried at St. George United Church, Dumfries South, (Brant Co.), New Connexion, 1834 Newmarket, 1835 Whitby, 1841 Goderich became the first resident minister., 1841 Adelaide, 1842-1843 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1844 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1847 Woodstock, 1847-1848 Fredericksburg, 1848-1850 Sarnia, 1854-1855 St. George (Brant Co.), 1858 Onondaga (Brant Co.),

FEAR, James (Christian Guardian) - Fear, James son of Rev. Samuel Fear was born near Guelph on December 21,1840 and began work as an exhorter on the Peel Circuit in 1861. Soon he was appointed a local preacher. At the 1869 Conference he was received on trial for the ministry, and sent to Georgetown Circuit. On February 5, 1870 he went to Meaford where he died of inflamation of the lungs on April 17, 1870, 1869 Georgetown, 1870 Meaford,

Rev. Samuel FearFEAR, Samuel was born in 1803 in England, was received on in 1842 and died in 1896. 1836-1937 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.). In 1847 he was received on three year probation at Toronto Conference. 1844 Lindsay, 1847-1848 Gosfield/Amherstburg, 1851 Strathroy, 1852 Ashfield/Hullett/Tuckersmith Tp. (Huron Co.), 1852 Goderich, 1853 Hullett (Huron Co.), 1854 Sydenham, 1854 Holland (Grey Co.), 1854-1855 Owen Sound, 1858 Brock (Ontario Co.) 1863 Woolwich (Waterloo Co.), 1864 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1867-1869 Sault Ste. Marie, 1871 Storrington (Frontenac Co.), buried in Elora Municipal Cemetery, Section A, Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.).

             

                  

                               

FEATHER, Thomas was receivd on trial in 1858, 1865 Thornbury (Grey Co.), 1868 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.),

FERGUSON, George Methodist Episcopal minister, 1827 Thames, 1830 Adolphustown, 1834-1835 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1840-1842 Waterloo/Wilmot Tp. (Waterloo Co.),

FERGUSON, George was received on trial in 1863, 1868 Port Rowan, 1869 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1875 Bayham (Elgin Co.), 1876 Vienna (Elgin Co.), 1892 Waterdown (Wentworth Co.), 1897-1899 Binbrook,

FERGUSON, J.J. B.A. 1885 Greenwood/Brougham,

FERGUSON, John A.was born in 1844 in Ontario, 1869 Hespler, 1871 Sophiasburgh (Prince Edward Co.),

FERGUSON, John R. was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, and died in 1916. He was the father of Rev. Wilbert Perry Ferguson and was buried in the Belleville Cemetery, Plot D, 1871 Elizabethtown (Brockville), 1874-1874 Ernestown, 1875-1877 Richmond, 1878 Birmingham, Pittsburg Twp. (Frontenac Co.) living on Con Gore, Lot E, 1880 Malahide, 1883-1886 South Mountain

FERGUSON, M. 1855 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

FERGUSON, Thomas A. was born in 1827 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1857, 1862-1863 Richmond Hill, 1863 Peel Co., 1866 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1868-1870 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1868-1871 Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

FERGUSON, Wilbert Perry, D.D., PhD., was born on Feb 2 1863 and died on Jan 5 1915. He married Adelaide Cruickshank who was born in 1864. He was buried at Whites Cemetery, Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.), Episcopal, 1883 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

FERRIER, R.W., M.A. was received on trial in 1861, 1868 Montreal Centre

FERRIER, William was born in 1838 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Culross (Bruce Co.)

FESSANT, Edwin was born in 1844 in England and was received on trial in 1857, 1868 Newboro, 1871 Crosby (Leeds Co.)

FIDDES, W. 1920-1924 Binbrook,

FIDLER, Rev. Episcopal, 1842 Emily Twp. (Victoria Co.)

FIELD, George H. was received on trial in 1860, 1862 Ernestown, 1868 Metis,

FIELDER, William 1876 Upper Prince St. PEI,

FIFE, William H. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Rosemont,

FINBOW, Alexander was born in 1834 in England, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

FINN, Francis M. was born in 1832 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Percy (Northumerland Co.), 1876-1878 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

Rev. Charles Roy Fish FISH, Charles Roy was born in 1820 in Selby, Yorkshire, England, came to Canada in 1848, was received in the same year, and he died in 1902 and was buried in Palermo United Cemetery, Trafalgar Twp., Halton Co. He was twice married - first in 1842 to Mary Wilkinson and again in 1860 to Catherine Johnson. 1849 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1851 Census living in Nelson Township, 1852 Ordained, 1852 Bowmanville, 1854 Newburg (Kingston), 1855 Arthur Methodist (Wellington Co.), 1866 Streetsville (Peel Co.), 1867 Toronto Twp., 1868-1869 Yonge Street North (Richmond Hill), 1869-1871 Markham (York Co.), 1871 Toronto Tp., 1873-1875 Peterorough, 1875-1876 Lindsay, 1875 Chairman of the Lindsay District preached at 2:30 p.m. on Christmas Day at the dedication of George St. Methodist Church in Peterborough, 1891 Toronto 1901 living in West Toronto, with wife Catherine who was born in 1833 and sons, Alfred C. Fish born in 1873 and George N. Fish born in 1875,

FISH, Henry A. 1891 Barry Island (Manitoulin)

FISHER John S. was born in 1840 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1866, 1867 Oakville, 1871 Easthope (Perth Co.), 1885-1888 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1893 Atwood

FISHPOOL, William 1818 Charlottetown PEI

FITZPATRICK, John Duncan 1910-1911 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), during his pastorate the Church mortgage of approximately $6,000 was publicly burned in the Church auditorium, 1919 President Hamilton Conference

FLAG, Rev. 1905-1908 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

FLANAGAN, John was born in Ireland, 1835 received on trial at Conference in Hamilton, 1835 Cobourg, 1837 London,

FLANDERS, Rufus A. 1848 New Ireland,

FLEASHER, Thomas was born in 1839 in England, 1871 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.)

FLETCHER, Ashton Sr. was born in 1803 in England, 1868 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1871 Asphodel Twp. (Peterborough Co.)

FLETCHER, Ashton Jr. was born in 1834 in England and was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1855-1856 graduated Victoria College with a degree in law and changed professions to a Lawyer,

FLETCHER, William Episcopal, 1879 Binbrook,

FLINT, C.N. 1820 Oswegatchie District,

FLUMMERFELDT, Cornelius 1828 Scarborough, 1835 Newmarket, 1836 Brock, 1836-1838 Lindsay, 1842 Mosa (London), 1842-1843 Florence/Thames, 1848-1849 Bradford, 1850-1851 Lindsay, 1854-1855 Stouffville

FOLLETT, C.W. 1924 Toronto Ontario

Rev. James Gordon Foote FOOTE, James Gordon was born on March 15, 1848 in the township of Stanley, Huron Co. and was received on trial in 1876. 1876 Bervie, 1877 Dorchester, 1878 Victoria College, 1881 ordination at Brantford, 1882 Port Colbourne, 1885 St. Catharines, 1887 Troy, 1889 Bealton/Oakland, 1891 Cainsville, 1919 Zion Drayton (Wellington Co.)

                               

                  

FORD, William J. was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Shannonville, 1871 Clifton (Welland), 1872-1875 Wardsville/Newbury, 1881 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

FORMAN, Richard J. was born on Nov 19, 1830 in Radorshire, Wales. In 1845 his family emigrated to Canada and settled in Pickering, 1853 received on trial, 1854-1855 Bradford, 1855 Thorold, 1857-1858 Nissouri (London), 1860 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1861 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1861-1864 Nichol/Elora/Pilkington/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1865 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1866 Wilmot Tp. (Waterloo Co.), 1868-1869 London South, 1871-1872 London Tp. (Middlesex Co.), 1873 Drayton Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.)

FORSEY, George 1870 Black Head Nfld

FORSYTHE, Joseph 1854-1855 Wallaceburgh (Chatham)

FOSTER, John was born in 1823 in England, Episcopal 1865 Eugenia (Grey Co.), 1871 Collingwood (Grey Co.)

FOSTER, William Willis was born in June 1793 in Trusthorpe, Lincolnshire, England and died on Feb. 23, 1857 in Eaton, C.E. He married at age 21 and came to Canada in 1829. He served as a lay preacher at Montreal, Isle Aux Noix, Missisquoi Bay, Clarenceville, and Eaton. He is survived by his wife and children, one of whom is a minister of the Troy Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the U.S.

FOWKES, John was born in 1840 in England and died in 1924 in Lacolle PQ, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. John Fowkes - an appreciation ... He was born in 1840 in Redditch, near Birmingham England and he married Emma Gray in Odelltown, She was born in 1840, the daughter of the late John Gray. She came to Canada in 1869 and died on Feb 25 1924 at her home in Lacolle PQ. He was survived by his widow, two sons: Dr J.T. Fowkes at Lafargeville NY and Alexander Fowkes at Buffalo NY, and two daughters: Mrs Dr. J. Loveland of Middletown CT and Mrs J. Laurence VanVliet of Lacolle PQ, and a number of grandchildren

FOWLER, Hiram was received on trial in 1856, 1859 Cumberland (Russell Co.), 1868 Eaton,

FOWLER, J.H. 1865 Durham (Grey Co.)

FOWLER, Robert M.D. was born in 1825 in England, 1854 received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Oshawa, 1858 Toronto, 1861 Otonabee (Peterborough Co.), 1866-1869 Colborne, 1869 Cobourg, 1871 Orillia (Simcoe Co.)

FOX, Thomas was born in 1830 in England, New Connexion, 1870 Hants Harbor Nfld, 1871 Dunn (Haldimand Co.)

FRANCIS, B. 1923 Ponoka Alberta (Christian Guardian) Births - Dorothy Markle Francis was born on Dec 3 1923 in Ponoka AB a daughter for Rev. B and Mrs Francis

FRANCIS, G.A. Episcopal, 1880 Seaforth/London,

FRANKISH, John was born in 1843 in England, Primitive, 1871 Pickering (Ontario Co.)

FRASER, Donald was a missionary of the British Weslyean Conference who came to York in 1831, established a congregation, and built a church. He left the ministry the same year.

FRASER, Hiram A. Episcopal, 1846 Binbrook, 1848 Caradoc/London,

FRASER, W.J. 1870 Parrsboro N.B.

FRAZEE, Elias W. 1861 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1869 desisted irregularly and was ceased to be recognized as a minister.

FREEMAN, Daniel In 1790 he came from New Jersey and arrived in Woodhouse Methodist Church Long Point (Niagara), 1813 Ancaster (Wentworth Co.),

FREEMAN, R.J. 1857-1858 W. Nissouri (Oxford Co.)

FRESHMAN, Charles D.D. was born in 1814 in Hungary and was received on trial in 1860, 1868-1869 Brighton, 1870-1871 Lindsay (Victoria Co.), 1874 Lansdowne (Leeds)

FRESHMAN, Jacob was received on trial in 1864, 1868-1869 Brighton, 1874 Gananoque (Leeds), 1874 Napanee,

FRID, Roy M.A B.D. 1923-1927 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), spoke at Norfolk Street United Church January 1926, (Christian Guardian) Births - Frid, twin sons were born on Feb 26 1924 in Guelph Ontario sons of Rev. Roy and Mrs Frid

FRIZZLE, Frank was born in PEI and was ordained in 1886,

FROST. H. 1900 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

FULCHER, G.H. 1876-1878 Merlin (London)

FULL, William was born in PEI and was ordained in 1871,

FULTON, Silas C. 1870 Fredericton N.B.

FURMAN, Edwin Episcopal, 1841 Binbrook,

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GABIE, Robert Lowrie was born on July 12, 1835 in Fitzroy, Ontario and died on May 18, 1869, he was received on trial in 1863, 1867 Brampton, 1869 Victoria College

GAETZ, Leonard 1870 Pictou N.S.

GAETZ, Joseph 1870 Lunenburg N.S.

GAETZ, Thomas 1853 Charlottetown PEI

GAETZ, W.F. D.D. 1914 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

Rev. William Galbraith GALBRAITH, William M.A. LL.B. Ph.D was born on July 13, 1842 in North Monaghan Ontario and was received on trial in 1861 and ordained in 1865. He was twice maried. His first wife was Hattie Howell, of Jerseyville; his second wife was Kate, daughter of John Breden, of Kingston, Ontario. 1863 Lindsay, 1867 Turnberry, 1868 Cavan, 1868-1869 McGillvray (Bruce Co.), 1869 Streetsville, 1871 Hamilton, 1874 Derby, 1889-1892 Toronto

                               

GALLOWAY, H. 1877 Flesherton (Grey Co.)

GALLOWAY, Joseph was born in 1848 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Blenheim, 1871 Raleigh (Kent Co.), 1876 Markdale (Grey Co.)

GANT, Edward was born in 1801 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Toronto

GARBUTT, R.J. 1890 Dorchester (Elgin/Middlesex Co.)

GARBUTT, Thomas was born in 1836 and was the son of John and Mary, and died in 1869 and was buried in the Springhill Cemetery Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.). He was ordained in 1860. 1868 Markham (York Co.),

GARDINER, J. Episcopal, 1880 Vienna/London, 1882 president London District,

GARDINER, James was born in 1818 in Ireland, 1840 Frankford (Hastings Co.), 1871 Hamilton

GARDINER, F.J. married Gladys L. Cale of New Westminster BC 1924 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1924 Cut Knife Saskatchewan

GARNER, John was born in 1824 in England, Primitive, 1871 Albion (Cardwell), 1873 Brampton

GARNHAM, W.H. 1882 Binbrook,

GARRETT, John C. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Chandos, 1876 Lansdowne,

GARRETT, William was born in 1822 in Ontario Co., 1877-1880 Uttoxeter Plympton Twp. (Lambton Co.) 1880 listed as a farmer

GATCHELL, Joseph Episcopal 1811 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1812 Scarborough, 1826 Binbrook, 1829 St. Catharines

GAYNOR, 1911 Glen Allan Peel (Wellington Co.)

GEE, A.L. Episcopal, 1875 Binbrook,

GEE, Daniel F. was born in 1840 in Canada and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1864, 1867-1869 Stouffville, 1871 Markham (York Co.) 1878 offical opening of church in Whitchurch

GEE, Thomas 1872-1875 Wardsville/Newbury, 1880-1882 Florence/Thames

GEMLEY, John was born in 1817 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1841, 1849-1850 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1851 Dundas, 1851-1852 E.Flamboro (Gore), 1852-1854 Peterborough, 1854-1858 Toronto, 1868 Toronto East, 1869-1870 Brantford, 1871 St. Andrew's Toronto

GEORGE, J.H. Episcopal, 1872 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

GEORGE, Thomas T. died in March 1924 in Parkhill Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Thomas T. George died Feb 8 1924 Parkhill Ontario

GERMAN, G. 1856 Binbrook,

GERMAN, John Ferguson M.A. was born in 1827 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1862, 1866-1867 Nichol/Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1868 Galt, 1868 Walsingham, 1868-1869 Paris (Brant Co.), 1871 Woodhouse (Norfolk Co.),

GERMAN, John Wesley was received on trial in 1851 and was ordained in 1854, 1854-1855 Farmersville (Kingston), 1862 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1863 Ernestown & Amherst Island, 1864 Fredericksburg & Adolphustown, 1867-1868 Maryorough/Peel/Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1868 Port Dover, 1869 Amherst Island (Frontenac), 1889 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

GERMAN, Ooren was born in 1845 in Ontario, 1871 Herschel (Hastings Co.)

GERMAN, Peter was born in 1818 in Ontario (at the "Fifty") and was received on trial in 1853, converted at a camp-meeting in 1833, received license to exhort in 1835 and became a local preacher in 1839, 1850 St. George, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Norwich, "I had no colleague in 1854, at Norwich. A young man by the name of Stone was appointed, but never came. I worked the circuit with the aid of the local preachers." 1855 Shannonville, 1865 Harley, 1866 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1866-1869 Muncey and Oneida, 1871 Caradoc (Middlesex Co.)

GIBSON, John Episcopal, 1846 London, 1848 Binbrook,

GIBSON, John was born on Apr 15 1848 in Lincolnshire England and died on Dec 19 1923 Toronto Ontario and was buried Dec 22 Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. John Gibson born Apr 15 1848 Lincolnshire England died Dec 19 1923 Toronto Ontario, 76 years old, due to blood poisoning in thumb buried Dec 22 Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario two sons came to Canada 1902 and John, wife and daughter followed soon after. If he had lived 1 more week would have celebrated 50 years of marriage. He was survived by widow, 2 sons, 1 daughter and several grandchildren

GIFFORD, G. Clifton, son of Rev. Gorham Gifford and Hannah, 1911 London Junction, 1912 St. Thomas

GIFFORD, Gorham A. M.A. PhD., was born in 1849 in Clark Twp, Durham Co., He was the son of Jerome Gifford and Amanda Powers, He died on Oct 26, 1911 in Stratford, and was married on Oct 9, 1888 to Hannah Lewdema (Dema) Mills who was born in 1858 in Stratford, Perth Cty., She was the daughter of John Wesley Mills and Elizabeth Hesson of Stratford. Entered Methodist Church ministry in 1869, 1888-1890 Acton (Halton Cty.),

GIFFORD, William A. B.D., son of Rev. Gorham Gifford and Hannah, 1911, Professor in Columbia College, New Westminster B.C.

GIFFORD, W.E. Episcopal, 1880 Mt. Elgin

GILBERT Charles W.M. was born in 1813 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1833, 1844 Albion, 1845 Adjala (Simcoe Co.), 1848 Lindsay, 1849 Dumfries, 1850 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1851 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.), 1851 Galt, 1852 Ingersoll, 1853 Blanchard Tp. (Huron Co.), 1854 Nissouri (Oxford Co.), 1854-1855 St. Mary's (Perth Co.), 1857 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1858-1869 Lynedock, 1871 Middleton (Norfolk Co.)

GILBERT, John was born in 1815 in England, Primitive, 1871 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.)

GILMORE, Henry Episcopal, 1838 Binbrook, 1846 Malahide/London,

GILPIN, John P. died in 1905 in Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1852 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1873 Bolton (Peel Co.)(Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. Gilpin was born Louisa Bell on Jan 25 1848 in Pickering Twp Ontario. She married on Jun 23 1869 John R. Gilpin (d. Dec 1905 Aberfoyle ON) amd she died on Jan 17 1924 in London Ontario and was buried in the family plot at Harriston Ontario. She was predeceased by husband in 1905 and 1 son Rev. Victor J. Gilpin in 1908 survived by W.G.H. of Dunnville ON, H.T. of Elwell Michigan, John S. of London ON, Mrs Albert Wilkin of Harriston ON, Mrs C. Blair of Preston ON, and Miss Nettie of London ON

GILPIN, John W. was born in 1838 in Ireland, Primitive, 1869-1870 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 Bosaquet Tp. (Lampton Co.),1911-1914 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

GILPIN, Victor J. died in 1908 in Harriston, Ontario

GILRAY, James 1862 Nissouri (Middlesex Co.), 1863 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.)

GLASSFORD, Paul 1811 Matilda

GLAZIER, A. 1871 North Arthur Methodist (Wellington Co.)

GLEDHILL, William, Primitive, 1848-1850 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

GLOVER, J. E. 1907 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

GLOVER, T. 1872 Belmont (Peterborough)

Rev. Robert GodfreyGODFREY, Robert was born in 1834 in Ireland, member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry in 1860, 1867-1869 Hastings, 1871-1877 Hastings Asphodel Tp. (Peterborough Co.), 1880 Durham Bentinck Twp. (Grey Co.) 1906 Parkdale Toronto. Charles Agar came in 1875 to Maryborough Tp. (Wellington Co.) where he rented 100 acres, the east half of lot 3, con. 10, from the Rev. Robert Godfrey of Toronto.

                               

GOING, A.H. 1915 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

GOLD, Isaac was born in 1836 in the United States and was received on trial in 1859, 1868-1869 Invermay, 1869 Arran (Bruce Co.), 1870-1872 Vespra (Simcoe Co.), 1874 Stayner (Simcoe Co.)

GOLDSMITH, Thomas was born on February 27, 1823 in Hollowell, Prince Edward Co., the son of David Goldsmith and died April 14, 1902 in Toronto. New Conexion Methodist began preaching in 1843 and became known as the "boy preacher". In 1851 he was in Hamilton. He later accepted the creed of the Presbyterian Church. In 1865 he was offered a position as agent for the Upper Canada Bible Society, and remained there for five years. He retired in 1889 and lived out the rest of his life in Toronto.

GOODERHAM, James In 1848 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference.

GOODFELLOW, John was born in 1818 and died in 1861, 1843 Albion, 1845 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.). In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1847 London, 1848 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1854 Nanticoke, 1855 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1855 Walpole (Talbot) 1857 Pilkington (Wellington Co.),

GOODFELLOW, T. 1857 Asphodel (Newcastle)

GOODISON, John 1870 Grand Bank Nfld

GOODMAN, John Primitive 1866 Toronto Circuit living at 41 Robinson

GOODRICH, Charles B. 1834-1836 Florence, 1841 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1841 Adelaide (London)

GOODSON, George was born in 1811 in Ireland, was received in 1836 and died in 1874, 1843 Ramsay (Bathurst), 1843 Lanark, 1844 Claredon, 1844 Yonge (Johnstown), 1846 Bathurst Tp., 1847 Richmond (Midland), 1846-1847 Ernestown & Camden East, 1846-1847 Richmond, 1847 Napanee, 1848 Hamilton, 1848 Cavan (Newcastle), 1848-1849 Fredericksburg (Midland), 1849 Smith (Colbourne), 1849 Emily (Peterborough Co.), 1851-1852 Norfolk St. Guelph, 1853-1855 St. Catharines, 1855-1858 Thorold, 1865 Owen Sound (Grey Co.), 1868-1871 Chairman - Strathroy, (Middlesex Co.)

GOODSPEED, J.B. was born in 1827 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Bayham (Elgin Co.)

GOODWIN, James was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1856, 1869 Bondhead, 1871 W. Gwillimbury Tp. (Simcoe Co.)

GOODWIN, T. 1820 Oswegatchie District,

GORDON, George 1858 Townsend

GORDON, J. 1910-1913 Florence

GORDON, James A. was received on trial in 1858, 1869 Montreal East,

GORMLEY, J. 1851 E. Flamboro

GOTCHELL, Joseph 1835 dismissed under very dishonourable circumstances at Conference in Hamilton,

GRAHAM, James was born in 1831 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1859, 1867-1869 Canton, 1871 Clinton (Huron Co.), 1889 President London Conference

GRAHAM, J.W. D.D. spoke at Norfolk Street United Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) April 4 1926

GRAHAM, Robert ordained 1854,

GRAHAM, Thomas Episcopal, 1880 London

GRAHAM, William was born in 1815 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1840 Markham (York Co.), 1842-1843 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1845 Woolwich/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1846 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1859 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1862 Brownsville (Oxford Co.), 1871 St. Mary's (Perth Co.)

GRAHAM, William was born in 1832 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Horton (Renfrew)

GRAHAM, W.H. B.A. 1920 Stratford (Central Methodist Church), Ex-President of London Conference, spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist October 1920

GRANDY, Thomas was born in 1851 and died in 1923 in Newmarket, 1887-1890 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.) (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Thomas Grandy died on Jan 22 1923 in Newmarket Ontario, 72 years old

GRAY, D. Roy was born on Oct 1 1853 in Markham Ontario and married on Aug 12 1879 Annie Gray daughter of Dr. H. Gray who died on Mar 12 1924 in Toronto Ontario. (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. Annie Gray - an appreciation ... She moved to Mooretown Ontario as a child then to Princetown Ontario. After she was married he moved to Vankleek Ontario then to Toronto Ontario in 1893. She was survived by her husband, 3 sons: G.H. Gray, LL.B, of Weston, Rev. D. Roy Gray of Mount Dennis, J.J. Gray LL.B, of Toronto Ontario, and 3 daughters: Mabel J., Mrs. Vera M. Drummond, and Irene A.L.(all teachers), 1912 Toronto Mount Dennis

GRAY, James was received on trial in 1846, 1847-1848 Simcoe, 1854-1855 Prescott, 1857 E. Flamborough, 1857-1858 Matilda (Dundas Co.), 1858 Carlisle E. (Gore), 1860 E. Flamborough, 1861 Oakville (Halton Co.), 1864 Smith Falls (Lanark Co.), 1864-1865 Ernestown, 1868 Camden East, 1866-1869 Newburg (Addington Co.), 1877 Zion Maryborough (Wellington Co.)

GRAY, T. 1856 Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.)

GREATRIX, Benjamin Gardiner 1885-1888 Baileyboro, 1909 President of Bay of Quinte Conference

GREEN, Alexander T. was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1845, 1849 E. Flamboro, 1853 W. Nissouri, 1854-1855 Drummondville, 1857 Waterdown, 1858 Burford, 1858 Trafalgar (Halton Co.), 1859-1860 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1862-1871 Port Hope (retired)

GREEN, Anson D.D. was received in 1824 and in 1827 he was ordained, 1826-1827 Binbrook, 1835 Chairman Augusta District, 1837 Adolphustown, 1843 Binbrook, 1844 Ancaster, 1844 Toronto, 1849 Conference Book Steward, 1850 Glanford (Wentworth Co.), 1852 at the Conference Ofice, No. 9, Wellington Building, King St., Toronto, 1854-1855 Toronto East - representative to the English Conference, 1864-1869 Toronto East (retired), buried in Doan's Ridge Cemetery (Section D), Crowland, (Welland Co.)

GREENE, Josias was born in 1835 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1853 Goulourn (Oxford Co.), 1866-1869 Artemsia (Grey Co.), 1870 Euphrasia Tp. (Grey Co.), 1871 Holland (Grey Co.), 1873 Sullivan/Derby (Grey Co.), 1874 Derby (Huron Co.), 1880-1881 Paisley (Bruce Co.)

GREENER, James was born in 1813 in England, was received on trial in 1843 and died 1897. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1850 Hawkesbury, 1852-1853 Richmond, 1853 Huntley (Dalhousie), 1853 North Gower (Bathurst), 1854-1855 Kemptville, 1857 Pastor main Lindsay Methodist church, 1865 Carlisle (Wentworth Co.), 1866-1869 Lindsay, 1871 Newburgh (Addington Co.), 1878 Lindsay founded East Ward Methodist Church

GREENWOOD, W.H. 1890 Brougham,

GRENFELL, John was born in 1864 in England and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Mooretown, 1871 Bosanquet (Lambton Co.), alive 1924

GREY, James was born in 1821 in Ireland, 1871 Caradoc (Middlesex Co.)

GRIFFIN, David Episcopal, 1820 Bayham/London, 1837 Binbrook,

GRIFFIN, Michael Episcopal, 1874-1875 Merlin (London), 1880 Thedford/London,

Rev. W.S. GriffinGRIFFIN, William Smith D.D. was born in 1827 in Waterdown and was received as a Methodist New Connexion minister in 1849. He was the son of Ebenezer Griffin and grandson of Smith Griffin , 1852 Thorold, ordained 1853, 1854-1856 Mount Pleasant, "In those years, namely, '54-55 and '55-56, I had no colleague. I believe the (Conference) Minutes say 'one to be sent'; but none was sent. I worked the circuit alone, and had glorious success." 1860-1863 Paris (Brant Co.), 1871-1872 St. John's Toronto, 1866-1869 & 1882-1884 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1879 re-dedicated church at Beaverdams Thorold, 1885-1887 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1888-1891 Stratford, 1906 treasurer Superannuation Fund Toronto, in 1906 his membership was still retained at Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.)

                               

                                

GRIFFIS, William 1829 Wellington Co., 1830-1831 Binbrook, 1834-1836 Sheffield/Thames London District

GRIFFITH, Thomas was born in 1844 in Ontario, Primitive 1869-1871 Brantford (Brant Co.)

GUILD, Austen W. 1918-1920 Mt. Pleasant Nichol

GUNDY, James was born in 1832 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Norwich South (Oxford Co.), 1877-1880 Courtright Moore Twp. (Lambton Co.)

GUNDY, John In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1848 he was "excluded from the Church for intemperance"

Rev. Joseph R. Gundy GUNDY, Joseph R. was born in 1838 at Mountmelick, Ireland, the son of Rev. William Gundy. New Connexion (until 1874), He was received on trial in 1859 and was married on September 26, 1865 to Miss Isabella Eveleigh daughter of William Eveleigh, Esq., of Cote St. Leonard, near Montreal. 1859 Owen Sound, 1860 Montreal, 1862 Lindsay, 1863 Yorkville, 1864 London, 1865-1869 Omemee 1870-1873 Tillsonburg/Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1874 Waterford, 1877 Cainsville, 1880 Harriston, 1883 Exeter, 1886 Redgetown, 1887 Aylmer, 1888 Essex Centre, 1891 Sarnia

             

                  

                               

GUNDY, Samuel B. was born in 1833 in Ireland and died in 1874, New Connexion, 1862 St. Mary's, 1871 Aurora (York Co.), 1873 was the president of the New Connexion Conference - Toronto

GWYNNE, Rev. 1905 Glen Williams (Halton Co.)

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HADDEN, Thomas was received on trial in 1869, 1869 North Wakefield,

HADWIN, Thomas was born in 1821 in England and was received on trial in 1856, 1858 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1860 Howick Tp. (Huron Co.), 1861-1863 Vaughan (York Co.), 1861-871 Dorchester Station (Middlesex Co.)

HAGAR, Arthur E. (United Empire Loyalist) 1922 Knowlton Quebec (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Joseph Hagar died on Sept 26 1922 at the residence of his son Rev. A.E. Hagar at Knowlton PQ

HAGAR, Joseph Messinore B.A., M.A. was born on April 30, 1840 in Welland Ontario, was received in 1865 and died September 27, 1922 in Knowlton Quebec at 82 years old with the funeral at Knowlton parsonage and buried in Smith Falls Ontario (Christian Guardian) The late Rev. Joseph Messinore Hagar, M.A. was the son of Rev A.E. Hagar, of United Empire Loyalist stock. He married in 1870, Harriet Edmunds of Hollen Ontario. In 1920 they celebrated their 50th anniversary in Los Angeles California USA. He was survived by wife and 6 children: Dr F.C. of Ottawa Ontario, Rev Arthur E of Knowlton PQ, Clarence, Mrs AJ Wallace, Mrs GW Dennison and Miss Josephine M. all of Los Angeles CA Mrs Hagar to return to Los Angeles with children, 1866-1869 Centenary Church Hamilton West (named to commemorate the centenary of American Methodism),

HAIGHT, George Primitive, 1850 Markham (York Co.), 1864-1865 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1870 Paris (Brant Co.)

HAIR, William 1842-1844 Napanee

HALE, Solomon P. was born in 1812 in the United States, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.), 1871 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

HALES, James 1845 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

HALL, Edward 1923 ordained at Hamilton Conference, spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church June 17, 1923 and was a member of this church since 1913. Marriage: On Thursday June the 7th. 1923 at the bride's home, Elora Street, Guelph, Miss Grace Martin, to Rev. Edward Hall, both Members of Norfolk Street Methodist Church. The Rev. G.C. McVitty officiated, assisted by Rev. Henry Irvine. Congratulations and best wishes.

HALL, Henry was born in 1810 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Arran (Bruce Co.)

HALL, Joseph was born in 1843 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1866, 1869 student at Victoria College, 1871 Dummer Tp. (Peterborough)

HALL, Luke was born in 1843 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Adjala (Cardwell)

HALL, Robert 1912 Supt. Toronto City Mission frresh air home at Bronte (Oakville)

HALL, William B.A. was born in 1837 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1858, 1869-1872 Prescott (Grenville), 1872 Ottawa, 1863 Thurlow (Hastings Co.), 1863 Toronto, 1901 Census living in Arthur (Wellington Co.)

HALLIWELL, John was born on Jan 14 1831 and died on Feb 21 1899. He was married to Nancy and he was buried in the Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HALLOCK, William 1839 Elizabethtown In 1828 Rev. Wyatt Chamberlain Jr. married Catherine, daughter Rev. William Hallock, familiarly known as Father Hallock, of Elizabethtown. They lived in the Township of Kitley.

HALPENNY, Jacob was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Bolton

HALSTEAD, William was born in 1833 in England and was received on trial in 1862, 1866-1869 Havelock, 1871 Richmond Tp. (Lennox Co.)

HAM, John Episcopal 1839 Smith's Creek Circuit

HAMES, A.B. 1869 York River/L'Amable, 1871 was married and moved to the west.

HAMMOND, Richard M. 1869 removed to the United States

HAMILTON, Christopher was born in 1833 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1856, 1867 Osprey (Grey Co.), 1867-1869 Sharon and Mount Albert, 1871 Albion (Peel Co.)

HAMILTON, Thomas was born in 1811 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Holland (Grey Co.)

HAMMOND, Joseph was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Farmersville,

HAMMOND, Richard M. ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Westmeath (Ottawa)

HANEY, Leonard 1836 Binbrook, 1858 Gainsborough

HANNA, J.W. 1916-1918 Florence

Rev. Thomas Hanna HANNA, Thomas was born in 1815 in Armagh Ireland, arrived in Canada in 1820 and was received on trial in 1844, 1851 Horton Tp. (Bathurst Co.), 1854-1855 Cartwright/Scugog, Thomas Hanna was alone in Lindsay in the years 1852-1854 and 1854-1855, 1857 Osprey (Grey Co.), 1857 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1862 Oxford Twp. Johnstown, 1865 Manvers (Durham), 1866-1869 Paisley, 1871 Elderslie (Bruce Co.), 1881 Louisville Chatham Twp.(Kent Co.) living on 5 acres on Gore 1, Lot 1

                                

HANNA, W.A. was born on Mar 27 1849 in Delta Ontario and in 1875 he married Mary E. Bowser who was born on Nov 30 1852 in Delta Ontario, 1884 Johnstown, 1924 Toronto Ontario

Rev. James HannonHANNON, James D.D. was born in 1841 in Ontario, was received on trial in 1858 and died in 1912 and was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, London Ontario. He married Sarah Margaret daughter of John Willson of Willowdale who was born in 1846 and died on March 2, 1924 of paralysis, 78 years old, at the residence of Mrs George Irwin of Toronto Ontario. Their only surviving child was: Judge J.W. Hannon, 1867-1869 Berkley Street Toronto, 1871 Hamilton, 1890-1892 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 superannuated Chatham

HANSFORD, William was born in 1830 in Dorsetshire England and was received on trial in 1855, 1867-1869 Barrie, 1877 Pembroke (Renfrew Co.)

HANSON, Charles A. was born in 1847 in England and was received on trial in 1865, 1869 Parry Sound, 1871 Nelson (Halton Co.)

HARDIE, Alexander M.A. was received in 1862, 1869 Montreal South

HARDY, David was born in 1801 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1836, 1836 Vespra (first resident Methodist preacher in Simcoe Co.), 1844 Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1845 Norwich, 1847 Romney, 1847 Lindsay, 1849-1850 Fredericksburg (Lennox) 1849-1850 Ernesttown (Lennox), 1854-1855 Sherbrooke (Brockville), 1866-1869 Coboconk, 1871 Smith (Peterborough Co.)

HARE, John J. was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Smith's Falls,

HARMON, Thomas fought alongside General Brock on Queenston Heights and preached powerful sermons, dramatic passionate and emotional. 1813 Scarborough, 1830 Thames, 1834 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1835 Crosby (Augusta), 1851 Wallaceburg, 1850 Westminster Tp. Middlesex Co., 1854-1855 London Circuit superannuated

HARNDEN, W.H. Episcopal, 1864 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

HARNWELL, Henry J. Ph. B. 1898-1900 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

HAROLD, W.M. 1845-1846 Toronto

Rev. E. HarperHARPER, Ephraim B. M.A. D.D. was born in 1819 in Ontario, was received on trial in 1841 and died in 1902, 1844 Thorold, 1846 E.Flamboro, 1846 Stamford/Niagara, 1851 Bathurst Tp., 1851-1855 Elm St. Toronto West circuit, 1866-1869 Chairman Ottawa, 1870-1872 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

                                

                                

HARPER, James 1850 African Methodist Episcopal circuit (Brant Co.)

HARRIS, Alexander G. was born in 1841 in Oxford Co., Ontario and was received on trial in 1864 and was still living in 1924, 1867-1869 Scarboro, 1871-1872 Mersea (Essex Co.), 1873 Camden East, 1877-1880 Forest Warwick Twp. (Lambton Co.), 1904 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

HARRIS, Edward was received on trial in 1858, 1869 Ormstown,

HARRIS, George P. Episcopal 1849 Dorchester/London, 1851-1852 Binbrook,

HARRIS, Henry was born in 1832 in England, Primitive, 1871 Toronto, 1878-1880 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.),

HARRIS, James H. was received on trial in 1851, 1846 Toronto, 1850-1851 Dunnville/Nanticoke, 1851-1852 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1852 on trial, 1852-1853 Peel Circuit, 1854-1855 Dundas, 1858 Brantford, 1866-1869 St. George, 1870 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

HARRIS, John was born in 1863 and died in 1884. He entered the Canadian Bible Christian ministry in 1863, serving as Secretary of Conference in 1883. He transferred to the Canadian Methodist Church in 1884.

HARRIS, Thomas 1870 Harbor Grace Nfld

HARRISON, Frederick W. 1870 Canterbury N.B.

HARRISON, George 1870 Upham N.B.

HARRISON, Tomas E. 1885-1888 Florence

HARRISON, William 1886 Upper Prince St. PEI,

HART, E.W. married Edna Voas of Toronto, 1924 Rutherford Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - William Ray Hart was born on Apr 7 1924 in Rutherford Ontario the son of Rev. E.W. and Mrs Hart (nee Edna Vose of Toronto Ontario)

HART, James R. 1870 Mill Village N.S.

HART, John 1874 Greenwood/Brougham,

HART, Joseph 1870 Yarmouth North N.S.

HART, Thomas D. 1864 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Guysboro/Canso N.S. (retired)

HARTLEY, Charles was born in 1821 in the U S A, 1871 Essex Windsor Town

HARVARD, John. B., 1840 chairman of the Lower Canada district and attended the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal's, 1858 Brantford

HARVEY, Linden Clark married Lillian Follick Nov 8 1924 Port Perry Ontario, 1924 West Lorne Ontario

HARVEY, William H. 1889-1892 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1924 Waterloo (Christian Guardian) Late Dr. Edwin Earle Harvey, M.D. was born in Atwood Ontario and died on May 20 1924 at home in Peterboro Ontario. In 1893 he was practicing medicine at Norwich and in 1915 moved to Peterboro Ontario. He was survived by widow (Miss Isobel McKay of Port Hope Ontario), 2 daughters: Miss Marion of Toronto Ontario and Mrs G. Clifton Carruthers of Peterboro Ontario, 3 sisters and 2 brothers (Rev. William H. Harvey of Waterloo is one)

HASSARD, Richard was born in 1839 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Turnberry (Huron Co.)

HASSARD, W.E. 1897 Tossoronto (Simcoe Co.)

HAUB, John 1877 Eglington

HAW, J.A. 1924 Winnipeg Manitoba

HAW, William 1835 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1843-1844 Fredericksburg, 1843 Camden East, 1844 Ernestown, Bath & Adolphustown, 1850-1851 Binbrook, 1854-1855 Hamilton

HAWKE, C.S. 1914 Wesley/Underwood,

HAWKE, F.A. D.D. was born in 1861 in Wardsville Ontario and died in 1924 in Winfield Kansas United States

HAWKE, William was born on August 21, 1832 in Lostwithiel Cornwall England and was received on trial in 1851, Toronto Richmond Street Church, 1854-1855 Sarnia Chairman's supply, a brother who afterwards placed his name prominenty on the roll of the Church's pastorate. Though married, he was young, of average size, a native of Cornwall or Devonshire, England, who had come out to Toronto some time before, and was useful as a local preacher, being one of the efficient laborers who have gone forth from Richmond Street Church., 1856-1859 Sydenham/Wardsville, 1866-1869 Clinton, 1871 Mitchell (Perth Co.), 1875 Binbrook, (Christian Guardian) Mrs. Wm Hawke of Grimsby Manitoba June 1924 celebrated 94th birthday at home of daughter Ms. R.M. Hazlewood of Grimsby Manitoba the widow of the late Rev. William Hawke of Grimsby

HAWKINS, Walter 1856 Superintendent of the Conference for the British Methodist Episcopal Church (Brant Co.)

HAY, John was born in 1838 in Ontario, 1871 Flamborough East (Wentworth Co.)

HAY, William was born in 1832 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1855, 1858-1860 Paris (Brant Co.), 1865 Meaford (Grey Co.), 1869 Cookstown, 1871 Essa (Simcoe Co.)

HAYHURST, William was received on trial in 1858 and died on July 2, 1924 in Hamilton, Ontario. 1860-1863 Paris (Brant Co.), 1864 Pakenham (Lanark Co.), 1866 N.Crosby (Lanark Co.), 1868 McKillop (Huron Co.), 1869 Kincardine/Tuckersmith Tp. (Huron Co.) (Christian Guardian) The late Franklin Metcalf Lewis was born in 1865 in Burford Ontario the eldest son of late William H. Lewis and Elizabeth Metcalf. He married Miss Eleanor Hayhurst (deceased), daughter of Rev. William Hayhurst and married his 2nd wife Miss Bessie Scott, Superintendent of Hamilton Deaconess Home. He died on July 2, 1924 in Hamilton Ontario and is survived by 2nd wife, 2 daughters: Mrs J.J. Chrysler of Hamilton Ontario and Miss Edith at home, 2 sisters: Mrs Alexander McWilliams of Pilot Mound Manitoba and Dr. Edith J. Lewis of Hamilton Ontario

HAYLOCK, Joseph James was born in 1844 in England, Primitive, 1871 Mitchell (Perth Co.)

HAYNES, Frederick was born in 1820 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1861-1871 Nelson (Halton Co.)

HAYWORTH, Abraham was born in 1832 in England, Primitive, 1871 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.)

HAZLEWOOD, T.W. 1923 Don Mills (Christian Guardian) Births - Mr. Hazlewood was born on Sept 30 1923 at Don Mills parsonage the son of Rev. and Mrs. T.W. Hazlewood

HEALY, Ezra 1822 Rideau, 1830 Oswegatchie District, It is related that, upon on one occasion, he was compelled to hold service in an shanty, which served the purpose of a kitchen, dining-room, chapel and stable, his horse being fed at one end of the room. The service commenced, and much to the astonishment of the worshipers, the beast stopped eating, and did not take another mouthful until the benediction was pronounced.

HEALY, Ezra A. was received on trial in 1867, 1869 student at Victoria College,

HEARTS, William H. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1862, 1870 Bridgetown N.S.

HECK, Samuel

HEENERS, Robert 1885 Howitt Memorial Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

HELLYER, Phillip 1906 Arthur (Wellington Co.)

HENDERS, R. 1877 Binbrook,

HENDERSON, Andrew was born in 1856 in Scotland and died in 1922 in British Columbia (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Andrew Henderson was born on May 16 1856 in Lanarkshire Scotland and came to Canada (Hastings Co. Ontario) at age 15 with his parents. In 1887 he married Caroline R. Borland who died in Oct 1908 and was buried in Vernon British Columbia. He died on Dec 16 1922 in Sardis British Columbia and is buried at Carman Cemetery. He was survived by brothers Rev. Dr. James Henderson of Montreal PQ, John Henderson Esq. of Toronto Ontario, a sister in the USA, 5 children: J. Douglas of Vernon BC, Arthur E. of Peachland BC, Mrs Clayton Crawford and Miss Jessie of Toronto Ontario, and Miss Cathleen of Chicago IL

Rev. G.W. Henderson HENDERSON, George William was born on May 12, 1855 in Sparta Elgin Co. and was received on trial in 1875 and was ordained in 1881. He has been twice married - first on May 11, 1882 to Miss Emma Hunt of Westminster Twp. who died in June 1886, and on June 20, 1888, he was again united in marriage to Miss Grace Rothwell, of Chatham. He had two children, a son and a daughter. 1875 Westminster, 1877 London North, 1878 McGill University, 1881 First Church Hamilton, 1884 Chatham, 1887 Queens Park London, 1889 Dresden, 1891 Wellington Street London, 1902 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

                               

HENDERSON, James 1869 York River/L'Amable (Hastings Co.)

HENDERSON, James D.D. 1849 (Christian Guardian) Rev. Dr. James Henderson of Montreal PQ turned 75 in poor health

HENDERSON, J.W.A. 1923 Winnipeg (Christian Guardian) Mrs J.W.A. Henderson of Carnduff SK was born Lottie Mabel Heaney, Jul 9 1879 in Derry West, Ontario. In 1880 her family settled in Meadow Lea Manitoba and she died on Jan 12 1923 on train between Carnduff and Estevan on way to the hospital. She was buried in Winnipeg Manitoba in the family plot (Christian Guardian) Death - Late Mrs (Rev) J.W.A. Henderson was survived by her husband, 2 little girls Beryl and Verda, mother Mrs E. Heaney of Winnipeg MB, 8 brothers and 3 sisters

HENDERSON, Thomas 1865 Paris (Brant Co.)

Rev. W.C. HendersonHENDERSON, William C. M.A. D.D. was born on Feb 11, 1834 in the Cty of Huntington Quebec and was received on trial as a New Connexion minister in 1857. He was the son of Archibald H. Henderson and Adeline (Stearns) of Huntingdon (Quebec)and the brother of Mary Henderson (Mrs. W.S. Maclaren) who was born in 1843 and died on March 14, 1924 in Huntingdon. On July 1, 1861 he married Emma Overend of the City of Kingston and they returned to London for the year. He married Mrs. Henderson in April of 1883 and she was born in 1845 in Delta, Ontario and died on February 3 ,1924 in Gananoque, Ontario where they lived from 1913 and prior to this was a teacher in Hamilton, Ontario. (Christian Guardian) The late Mrs W.S. Maclaren - an appreciation. She was born Mary Henderson in 1843 and was the daughter of the late A.H. Henderson of Huntingdon and married in 1875 W.S. Maclaren (predeceased 1909), brother of Justice J.J. Maclaren of Toronto, Ontario. She died on March 14, 1924 in Huntingdon amd she was one of a family of fourteen, one of whom was the late Rev Dr W.C. Henderson and another the late Mrs (Rev Dr) W.J. Crothers. She was survived by two sons Harold (C.E.) of Huntingdon and Dr Archie of Calgary AB, one sister Miss Kate still lives in Huntingdon. 1854-1857 Victoria College, 1857 received on trial at Port Hope, 1858 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1859-1860 graduated Victoria College, 1860 ordained in Kingston, 1860-1861 London with Rev. G.R. Sanderson, 1861-1862 Kingston, 1863-1864 Hemmingford, 1865-1869 Odelltown, 1869-1871 Cornwall, 1871-1874 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1874 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1875-1877 Goderich, 1877-1880 Sarnia, 1881-1884 Strathroy, 1884 St. Mary's (Perth Co.), 1887-1889 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1893-1895 Norfolk St. Guelph Wellington Co.), 1906 Palmerston (Wellington Co.), 1913-1924 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.),

HENDERSON, W. Gould 1880 Prescott, 1881 Montreal, 1919 Hamilton (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs (Rev) W.G. Henderson was born on Apr 10 1854 in Lyn Ontario and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Lee. On Aug 29 1881 she married Rev. W. Gould Henderson of Montreal Conference and she died on Jan 5 1924 in Hamilton Ontario, aged 70 years old and was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery. In 1919 she had moved to Hamilton Ontario and she was survived by her husband, son William H.G. Henderson, daughter Bertha Burril, 2 sisters: Dora and Bertha both of Hamilton Ontario, 2 brothers: W.H. of Mallorytown and John M. of Regina SK

HENNIGAR, James G. 1870 Co-delegate Maritime Conference, 1870 Avondale N.S.

HENSON, Josiah was born in 1789 in Maryland United States, Episcopal, 1877-1880 Dresden Camden West Twp. (Kent Co.) 1880 living on Con Gore IV, Lot 2, 200 acres

HEPWORTH, A. Primitive 1869 Paris

HERKIMER, William was born in 1811 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1846, 1846 Kingston, 1854-1855 Rice Lake, 1860-1869 New Credit (retired), 1871 Tuscarora (Brant Co.)

HERRIDGE, William was born in 1823 in England, Primitive, 1871-1873 Brampton (Peel Co.)

HERRON, James 1821 Oswegatchie District,

HERSHAW, Edwin 1876 Gorrie (Huron Co.)

HESLOP J.T. Primitive, 1924-1927 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

HETHERINGTON, J.P. 1834 Charlottetown PEI

HEWITT, William J. was born in 1834 in England and was received on trial in 1858, 1864-1865 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1865 Horning's Mills (Grey Co.), 1866 Holland Landing/Sharon (York Co.), 1866-1869 London North, 1871 Port Hope (Durham Co.)

HEWITT, William T. was received on trial in 1851, 1860-1869 Clarendon (retired)

HEYLAND, Rowley was born in 1793 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1828, 1834 Hallowell, 1835 Bay of Quinte, 1844 Woodstock, 1845 Zorra (Oxford Co.), 1854-1855 Brantford (Brant Co.) superannuated, 1867-1869 Fairfield, 1871 Burford (Brant Co.) living at Lot 7 Con 4

HIBBARD, E. 1922 missionary in China (Christian Guardian)Births - Hibbard, Doris Elizabeth was born on Dec 14 1922 a daughter for Rev. and Mrs E. Hibbard of Chengtu W. China

HIBBARD, Henry Noles was born in 1838 in the United States, Episcopal. He was married on the 21st day of October 1861, to Lovila Balcomb the daughter of Wm. Balcomb, of the county of Elgin., 1854-1855 Brantford, 1871 Humberstone/Dunnville (Welland Co.), 1875 Ridgeway

HICK, John 1815 Charlottetown PEI

HICKS, William T was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Mooretown, 1876 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

HIGHWARDEN, S. was born in 1829 in Ohio United States, 1877-18809 Sarnia (Lambton Co.), 1880 listed as a broker and general dealer

HILL, H.E. 1899-1900 Maryborough Tp. (Wellington Co.)

HILL, Jaffrey was born in York Co. Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Meaford St. Vincent Twp. (Grey Co.)

HILL, John 1853 Farmersville (Leeds Co.)

HILL, Joseph was born in 1817 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1844, 1851 Proton (Dufferin Co.), 1852 Holland Tp., 1851-1852 Artemesia (Grey Co.), 1854-1858 Bruce Mines (Owen Sound), 1858 Proton Tp. (Dufferin Co.), 1860-1865 Bruce Mines (Owen Sound), 1866 Montague (Lanark Co.), 1867-1869 Chatsworth, 1871 Saugeen (Bruce Co.)

HILL, Newton was born in 1848 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1869, 1868 Greenwood/Brougham, 1869-1871 Brock (Ontario Co.), 1891 East Ward Lindsay,

HILL, Robert N. was born in 1827 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Muskoka

HILL, William 1851 Walpole (Talbot)

HILLIS, H.H. 1923 Parkenham (Christian Guardian) Births - Hillis, a daughter was born on Jan 22 1923 in Brockville Ontario to Rev. H.H. and Mrs Hillis of Parkenham (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs R.F. Oliver was born Mary Louise Dunlap and died on Oct 7 1923 at the home of her daughter Mrs M.L. Dixon of Brockville Ontario. She was the widow of Rev. R.F. Oliver who died 18 years ago. She was survived by 1 sister Mrs Frank Cochrane of Ottawa Ontario, 1 brother D.A. Dunlap of Toronto Ontario, 3 daughters: Mrs M.L. Dixon of Brockville Ontario, Mrs A.E. Crummery of Frankville Ontario, Mrs (Rev.) H.H. Hillis of Pakenham Ontario, 2 granddaughters: Doris Dixon and Margaret Hillis

HILTAN, J. 1870 Yarmouth

HILTS, Joseph H. was born in 1819 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1856-1858 & 1862-1865 Carmel West Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1871 St. Vincent (Grey Co.)

HINTON, A. 1920-1925 South Mountain

HISCOCKS, J. Episcopal, 1865 Horning's Mills (Grey Co.)

HISTON, John was born in 1823 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Beverley (Wentworth Co.)

HOAG, D.D. 1877 Arnprior McNab Tp. (Renfrew Co.)

HOARD, J. Episcopal, 1874 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HOBBS, Robert was born in 1830 in Clarendon Lower Canada, 1852 Osgoode, 1854 Cornwall, 1855 Fitzroy (Carleton), 1858 Pakenham Tp.(Lanark Co.)

HODGES, John Henry was born on Sep 2 1882 in Wales and died on Jan 10 1925 in Bishop, CA, He came to Canada in 1905 and on Jun 20 1914 he married Isobelle Geddie in Winnipeg (Christian Guardian) Death of Rev. John Henry Hodges born Sep 2 1882 Wales Came to Canada 1905 married Jun 20 1914 Winnipeg to Miss Isobelle Geddie died Jan 10 1925 Bishop, CA He was survived by his widow and two young sons Gordon and Donald

HODGSON, John L. was born in 1826 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1850, 1858 Sombra (Lambton Co.), 1862-1863 Wardsville, 1864 Whitchurch (York Co.), 1866 Stouffville (York Co.), 1867-1869 Kleinburg, 1870-1871 Minto/Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1895 Johnstown,

HOGG, D.D. 1880 Arnprior McNab Twp. (Renfrew Co.)

HOIDGE, Joseph was born in 1818 at Milton Abbott in Devon, England and died in 1873 and was converted in about 1838. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1841 and volunteered to go as a missionary to the United States in 1851. He spent nine years in Wisconsin and Ohio before joining the Canadian ministry. Hoidge served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1861 and 1866.

HOLMES, A. Lee 1876 Stanstead

HOLMES, Edwin 1878-1879 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

HOLMES, James E., 1893-1896 Florence

HOLMES, John was received on trial in 1861, 1869 Winchester,

Rev. J.W. HolmesHOLMES, Joseph W. was born in 1836 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1863, 1869 Kirkton, 1869 Camden East, 1871 Innisfil (Simcoe Co.), 1875-1880 Exeter Usborne Twp. (Huron Co.), 1885-1887 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 Blenheim

                                

                                  

                                

HOLTBY, Matthias was born in 1799 in England and was received on trial in 1841, 1844 Townsend, 1844 Middleton (London), 1845 St. Catharines, 1850 Norwich, 1851-1855 Walsingham (Brantford) supernumerary, 1858-1869 Lynedock (retired), 1871 Walsingham (Norfolk Co.)

HOLZMAN, Henry was born in 1819 in Germany, New Connexion, 1871 Woolwich Tp. (Waterloo)

HONEY George E. 1906 Drayton (Wellington Co.)

HOOKER, Le Roy was received on trial in 1861, 1867 Oxford, 1868-1870 Romney,

HOPKINS, S. 1836 Oswegatchie District,

HORN, W.C. wa born in 1843 in England, Primitive, 1871 Loughborough (Addington)

HORTON, Aaron was born in 1841 and died on Nov 5 1899. He married Jane Thrasher who died 1909 and is buried in the Foxboro Cemetery, Thurlow Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HORTON, William 1866 Melancthon (Dufferin Co.)

HORWOOD, R.J. 1914 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

HOSKIN, James was born on Sep 11 1846 and died on Jun 21 1927. He married Mary M. who was born on Jul 11 1861 and died on Oct 26 1929 and is buried in the Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HOSKINS, R. Primitive 1872 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

HOUGH, John was born in 1831 in England, member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry in 1855, 1854 Morris (Guelph District), 1857 Howick (Huron Co.), 1858 Minto (Wellington Co.), 1861 McKillop, 1863 Carrick (Bruce Co.), 1866 Petrolia, 1868-1869 Puslinch/Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1869 Millbank, 1871 Normandy (Grey Co.)/Mornington (Perth Co.), 1873 Elma (Perth Co.), 1876-1878 Clifford/Minto (Wellington Co.), He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery - Block M4, Guelph, (Wellington Co.)

HOUCK, D. Scott 1897-1901 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.) (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Houck, Mrs Mary Matilda was born in 1851 and she married Daniel Houck who died Jan 28 1920. He was the brother of the late Rev. D. Scott Houck. She died on Oct 30 1922 in Espanola Ontario and was buried beside her husband in Bowmanville Ontario and was survived by 3 daughters and 3 sons Mrs. H.C. Bowerman of Burford, Mrs A.E. Storie of Sudbury Ontario, Maude and Lorne of Espanola Ontario, Edgar of Calgary Alberta, and Milton of Napinka Manitoba

HOUGHTON, Luther 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Clarendon/Portage-du-Forte (Ottawa), 1856-1857 Richmond, 1858-1859 Kaladar, 1861-1869 Brockville (retired)

HOUSTON, John H. 1831-1832 Albion, 1839 Norwich,

HOWARD, D. 1847-1850 Amherst Island,

HOWARD, Eratus Seth was born on July 11 1833 in Demorestville (Prince Edward Co.) Ontario, Episcopal, and died on Oct 26 1923 in Wellington Ontario (Prince Edward Co.) and was buried in the Wellington Cemetery with father Eratus Howard and mother Catherine Demorest Howard. On Feb 11 1864 he married Harriet Adelaide Hersey, daughter of Daniel Hersey of Kingston Ontario who died in 1924 in Montreal and is buried in Wellington (Prince Edward Co.), He was predeceased by his daughter Mrs A.E. Solomon of Granby PQ May 1923 and was survived by his wife, D.H. of Montreal PQ, Mrs. Rev. Rufus Garrett of Demorestville Ontario, Hon. Judge E.E. Howard of Montreal PQ, Mrs. H.E. Frye of Moncton New Brunswick, Miss Mary of Wellington Ontario, Mrs. H.A. Layhew of Montreal PQ, and John A. of Lowell Mass. 1871 Wolfe Island (Frontenac), (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Eratus Seth Howard born July 11 1833 Demorestville Prince Edward Co Ontario married Feb 11 1864 Miss Harriet Adelaide Hersey, daughter of Daniel Hersey of Kingston died Oct 26 1923 Wellington Ontario buried Wellington Cemetery with father Eratus Howard and mother Catherine Demorest Howard.

HOWARD, Fred H. 1917-1919 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

Rev. I.B. HowardHOWARD, Isaac Brock was born in 1819 and was received on trial in 1840 and died in 1886 and was buried in Oshawa Union Cemetery, South Presbyterian, Section A, Whitby East, Durham. 1841 Binbrook, 1844 Ancaster, 1845-1846 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1847-1849 Ernestown, Bath, & Kingston, 1849 Grimsby, 1850-1852 Monaghan (Peterborough Co.), 1852-1854 E. Flamborough, 1853-1854 Secretary of the Conference, 1854-1855 Dundas, 1856 Welland, 1858 Paris, 1864 Grantham Tp. Niagara, 1866 St. Catharines, 1866-1869 Chairman Brockville, 1869 Elizabethtown (Leeds Co.), 1870 Brockville, 1871 Port Hope (Durham Co.), 1871 Peterborough, 1873-1874 Norfolk St./Dublin St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1882 Millbrook,

HOWARD, Nathan H. was born in 1815 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1847 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1863 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Crosby (Leeds)

HOWARD, S. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1881,

HOWARD, Thomas S. was received on trial in 1855, 1861 Tilbury (Oxford Co.), 1864 Logan (Perth Co.), 1866 Fullarton (Perth Co.), 1869 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.), 1872-1874 Binbrook,

HOWARD, Vincent B. was born in 1811 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1833, 1835 Rideau (Augusta), 1840 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Demorestville, 1859-1869 Cobourg (retired), 1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

HOWARD, W.J. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1888,

HOWE. Jacob B. was born and raised in Wesley church in Underwood, Bruce Twp. (Christian Guardian) Birth - Howe, a son was born on Apr 12 1924 to Rev. J.B. and Mrs Howe

Rev. Jacob E. Howell HOWELL, Jacob E. M.A. was born on August 1, 1835 in Ameliasburg Twp., Prince Edward Co.,Ontario and was received on trial in 1864 and was ordained in Kingston in 1868 by the late Dr. Punshon. He was Secretary of the Guelph Conference in 1887-1888 and President in 1889-1890. He was married in the City of Belleville July 1, 1868 to Lucy, only daughter of the late James Jamieson, Esq. County Surveyor of Hastings Co. His family consisted of four sons and three daughters. 1864 Madoc (Hastings Co.), 1865 Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1867-1869 & 1871 Thurlow (Hastings Co.), 1870 Bloomfield, 1872 Trenton, 1875 Newcastle, 1878 Aurora, 1881 Owen Sound, 1884 Seaforth, 1888-1891 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1891 North Street Goderich,

                                

HOWELL, Matthew was born in 1798 in Ontario and died 1876 in Iowa United States, 1819 Murray Tp. Northumberland Co., 1820 Ohio, 1835 son Crowell born in Meigs Ohio

HOWES, John was received on trial in 1844, In 1848 was received at the Belleville Conference. 1849 Westmeath (Renfrew Co.), 1851 Huntley (Renfrew), 1851 March (Carleton), 1854-1855 Cornwall, 1857 Ramsay Tp. (Lanark Co.), 1858 Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1861 Goulborne (Dalhousie), 1861 Richmond, 1865-1868 South Mountain, 1869 Mountain, 1869 Clarendon, 1872 Ross (Renfrew)

HOWEY, Robert A. was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Walpole (Haldimand Co.), 1880 Maitland,

HOWIE, Isaac 1870 Port de Grave/Labrador Nfld

HOWIE, James W. was born in 1817 in Scotland, 1870 Nova Scotia District, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

Rev. W. HowittHOWITT, William B.D. member of Norfolk Street Methodist Church - Guelph and entered ministry, In 1890 he graduated from the Wesleyan Theological College in Montreal being with the Rev. James H. Stevenson, the first to receive the degree of B.D. from that institution. 1904-1906 Trustee Norfolk Street, 1906 Morrisburg, 1924-25 Trustee of Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.)

                                

                                

HOWSON, W.G. 1883 Chingaucousy (Peel Co.)

HUBBELL, John was born in 1836 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1870-1871 Merlin (London), 1871 Gosfield (Essex Co.), 1873 Binbrook,

HUDGINS, W.G. was born in Canada, Episcopal, 1877-1878 Aultsville Osnabruck Twp. (Stormont Co.)

HUESTIS, George O. 1870 Canning N.S.

HUGGINS, William was born in 1839 in England, Primitive, 1871 Scott (Ontario Co.)

HUGGINS, William was born in 1833 in England, Primitive, 1871 Toronto

HUGHES, James was born in 1859 in Dundalk, Ontario and died in 1923 in Ronan, Montana USA (Christian Guardian) The late Rev. James Hughes, son of late Mr and Mrs Wm Hughes of Dundalk Ontario was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Ronan, Montana. He was survived by wife, three sons, two daughters, two brothers and two sisters including Mrs W.G. Dynes of Reddickville.

HUGHES, James was born in 1809 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1839, 1843-1844 Bastard (Johnstown), 1844 Hawkesbury, 1847-1848 Ramsay Tp. (Lanark Co.), 1850-1851 Port Credit/Toronto Tp., 1853 Monaghan (Peterorough Co.), 1854-1855 Millbrook, 1856-1858 Binbrook, 1862 Hillsburgh (Wellington Co.), 1864-1871 Colbourne (Northumberland Co.) (retired)

HUGHES, Wentworth D. was born in Canada, Episcopal, 1843 Westminster, 1847 Binbrook, 1878 Delaware (Middlesex Co.) living on 200 acres Con 2 Lot 9 and Con 3 Lot 10

HUGILL, Joseph was born on November 9, 1823 in Yorkshire, England and arrived in Canada in 1831 at the age of 8 years, was recieved on trial in 1850 and died on November 30, 1868 at the Farmersville Circuit in his 46th. year. 1851 Dundas, ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Morpeth (Chatham), 1857-1858 Ingersoll, 1858 Galt, 1860-1861 Toronto Tp., 1863 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1868 Farmersville,

HULBERT, Cephus Episcopal 1809 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1820 Oswegatchie District,

HUME, Samuel 1863 Paris (Brant Co.)

HUMERFELT, R.C. 1843 Camden East

HUMPHREY, James 1904-1907 Johnstown,

HUMPHREY, Stephen A.M. 1870 Hamilton Bermuda

HUMPHREYS, R.W. Primitive, 1893-1894 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

HUNSBERGER, A. Episcopal, 1858-1859 Binbrook,

HUNT, Ambrose 1875-1876 Florence/Thames

HUNT, David was born in 1831 in England, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Derby (Owen Sound), 1866-1869 Mono, 1871-1872 Merlin (London), 1871 Romney (Kent Co.)

HUNT, Francis was received on trial in 1856, 1861-1869 St. Armand (retired)

HUNT, George was born in 1833 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Essex Mersea

HUNT, John was born in 1820 in England, was received on trial in 1844 and died on May 1, 1901 in Toronto. He married Susanna Hunt who was born in 1780 in Lincoln, England and died on January 2, 1859 in Brampton, Ontario, In 1847 he was received on three year probation at Toronto Conference. 1847 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1849 Niagara, 1850 Stamford (Welland Co.), 1851 Dunnville, 1852-1854 Nelson (Gore), 1854-1855 Milton (Halton Co.), 1859 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1859 Whitby, 1860 Hope (Durham), 1866 Blandford (Oxford Co.), 1869-1871 Aurora (York Co.) (retired), 1875 Christie's/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

HUNT, J.W. Episcopal 1912 Garafraxa Mt. Carmel (Wellington Co.)

HUNTER, E. Crossley 1924 North Bay Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Gordon Crossley Hunter was born on Feb 8 1924 in North Bay Ontario. He was the son of Rev. and Mrs E. Crossley Hunter who spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) on Sunday, December 4, 1938

HUNTER, James E. was born on Aug 27 1870 in Huron Twp, Bruce Co. and died on Jul 14 1924 in Granton Ontario buried Woodland Cemetery, London Ontario, 1881 Binbrook, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. James E. Hunter was born on Aug 27 1870 in Huron Twp, (Bruce Co.) Ontario and died on Jul 14 1924 in Granton Ontario and was buried Woodland Cemetery, London Ontario. He was survived by his wife (daughter of late Rev J.W. Robinson), 2 daughters Alma and Beth, a brother Rev. William Hunter and 4 sisters

HUNTER, John E. was born on July 29, 1856 in Durham Co. and was married to Miss Jennie Jones of Essex, Ontario in 1882. He was ordained on July 12, 1882. In 1884 he joined up with Rev. H.T. Crossley as an evangelist team across the Dominion. In 1891 his home was No. 113 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Ontario.

HUNTER, Samuel J. D.D. was received on trial in 1861 and died in 1888, 1866 Thornhill (York Co.), 1866-1869 Montreal East,

Rev. William J. Hunter HUNTER, William J. D.D. was born on Feb 26, 1835 at Philipsburg, Quebec and was received on trial in 1856 and attended Victoria College from 1854-1856 and again in 1858. He was ordained in Kingston by Rev. Dr. Stinson in 1860. He was the brother of the late Rev. James E. Hunter, Episcopal, 1856 Newmarket, 1857 Bradford, 1859 Dundas, Burlington, Clinton, Londo, Richmond 1867-1869 Queen Street Toronto, 1871 Centenary Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1873 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1876-1880 Dominion Church Ottawa, 1881-1883 Central Church Toronto, 1884-1886 Queen Street Toronto (again), 1887 Wesley Church Hamilton, 1888 St. Catharines, 1889 Carleton Street Toronto, 1891 St. James Montreal,

HUNTINGTON, Silas was received on trial in 1850, ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Gatineau (Ottawa), 1869 Wellington (Prince Edward Co.)

HUNTINGTON, Simon 1835 Murray (Hastings Co.), 1837 Newmarket, 1846 Cornwall, 1848 Osnabruck (Stormont), 1852-1853 Binbrook, 1854-1855 Grimsby

HURBURT, N.A. Primitive, 1918-1922 Paisley St. Guelph & Arkell Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

HURLBURT, Asahel son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) and married in 1835 to Catherine L. Hurlburt and was received on trial in 1826, 1831 Thames, 1835 Ottawa, 1844 Adolphustown, 1844-1845 Ernestown, Fredericksburg & Camden East, 1844-1845 Richmond, 1845 Napanee, 1846 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1847 Marysburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1847-1848 Erin/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1850 Matilda, 1854-1855 Maitland (Brockville), 1855 Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1858 Blandford (Oxford Co.), 1860 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1863 Fullerton (Huron Co.), 1866-1869 Mitchell, (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Catherine M. Hurlburt died on October 20, 1923 at Toronto Ontario in he 88the year. She was buried at Mitchell Ontario. She was the daughter of late Rev Asahel and Catherine L. Hurlburt.

HURLBURT, Erastus was born in 1818 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1844. He was the son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher), In 1848 was received at the Belleville Conference. 1850 Grenville, 1854-1855 Rawdon (Montreal), 1856-1857 Finch (Eastern District), 1865 Thornbury (Grey Co.), 1867-1869 Christian Island, 1871 Tiny Tp. (Simcoe Co.)

HURLBURT, Heman (Methodist Lay Preacher) son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher). He married Mary Dulmage, sister to Margaret and the daughter of Philip Dulmage, United Empire Loyalist and his wife Sarah

HURLBURT, Jesse son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) married Georgie Mussen

HURLBURT, Luman son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) Seeley's Bay (Kingston) Methodist Minister/Farmer

HURLBURT, Sylvester was born in 1800 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1836. He was the son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) and married Margaret Dulmage the daughter of Philip Dulmage, United Emprire Loyalist and his wife Sarah. 1839 Coldwater, 1847 Walpole/London, 1852-1853 Maitland, 1853 Augusta (Johnstown), 1854-1855 Smith's Falls, 1863-1869 Prescott (retired), 1871 Augusta (Grenville)

HURLBURT, Thomas was born in 1808 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1830. He was the son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) and in 1832 in Muncey Mission married Betsey Almira Adams daughter of Rev. Ezra Adams who was born on October 16, 1815 and died on December 21, 1863 and was buried March 2, 1864 at Drayton (Wellington Co.). In 1834 with his wife and 3 1/2 yr old child went to the Saugeen Mission and in 1835 was received on trial at Conference in Hamilton, 1836 Saugeen, 1838 Mission on North Shore of Lake Superior, 1844 Oro (Simcoe), 1845-1851 United States Indian Mission Conference, 1851 Alderville, 1854 Norway House (Lake Winnipeg)and Rossville Mission in Hudson Bay Teritory, 1867 Moore (Lambton), 1867-1869 Caistorville, 1871 Bertie (Welland)

HUSBAND, R.J. 1877-1881 Linwood Wellesley Twp. (Waterloo Co.), 1878 Fordwich (Huron Co.), 1897 King (Peel Co.), 1899 Palgrave (Peel Co.)

HUSTON, John H. 1828 Thames

HUSTON, W.J. 1910 Wesley/Underwood,

HUTCHINSON, I 1851 Adelaide (London), 1851 Plympton Tp.

HUTCHINSON, James 1840 Scarborough,

HUTCHINSON, John was born in 1798 in England and was received on trial in 1851, 1842 Albion, 1843 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1844 Albion, 1844 Adjala (Simcoe Co.), 1848 Superintendent Owen Sound) ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Newcastle, 1855 Chairman Chatham, 1858 S. Dorchester (Oxford Co.), 1860 Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1869-1871 Hamilton (retired)

HUTTON, B.L. was born in 1844 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Oakville (Halton Co.)

HYNDMAN, J. 1862 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

IBBITSON, William H. 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student,

INGALLS, Edmund S. was received on trial in 1825, 1848 Clarenceville, 1857-1869 Granby (retired)

IRVINE, Alexander was born in 1797 in Scotland and died in 1839, 1830 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1832-1833 York, 1835 Stamford (Niagara) Superintendent, 1836 moved to Western United States until 1839,

IRELAND, Francis E. was received on trial in 1859, 1863-1869 La Chute (retired)

IRVINE, Henry was received on trial in 1863, 1869 Battersea, 1921-1922 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

IRWIN, William was born in 1832 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1857, 1867-1869 Hanover (Grey Co.), 1877-1880 Markdale Artemesia Twp. (Grey Co.), 1880 listed as owning 100 acres at Con. 1E, Lot 115, 1880 Gwillimbury East (York Co.)

ISAAC, John was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Hanover (Grey Co.), 1876 Howick (Huron Co.)

IVESON, James A. was received on trial in 1854, 1855 Mud Lake, 1861 Strathroy, 1868 Fenella (Northumberland Co.), 1869 Alnwick,

JACKSON, David 1858 Lindsay

JACKSON, George was born in 1846 in Ireland, New Connexion, and he died on Dec 14 1919 in Walkerville Ontario. His wife Mrs. Jackson died on Aug 30 1920 in Walkerville Ontario, 1871 Emily (Victoria Co.) (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam - Rev George Jackson died Dec 14 1919 Walkerville Ontario Mrs. d. Aug 30 1920 Walkerville Ontario put in by son or daughter as were referred to as mother and father

JACKSON, James 1818 Scarborough, 1834-1835 Southwold/Lobo London District

JACKSON, John was born in 1840 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1856 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1860-1862 Stirling/Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1871 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.)

JACKSON, T.H. BME 1923 Essex St Guelph )Wellington Co.)

Rev. Thomas W. Jackson JACKSON, Thomas W. was born on March 5, 1843 in Bilsdale, Yorkshire, England, and was received on trial in 1867 and was ordained in Belleville in 1871. He was married June 21, 1871, to Janet Inglis, eldest daughter of Rev. James Boyd, for twenty-nine years Presbyterian minister at Crosshill, (Waterloo Co.) 1871 Listowel, 1873-1876 Drayton, 1876-1879 Erin,1879-1881 St. George, 1881-1882 Otterville, 1882-1883 Oxford Centre, 1883-1885 Talbotville, 1886-1887 Brownsville, 1887-1889 West Flamborough, 1890 Jarvis, 1891 Beamsville

                                

JACKSON, Thomas was born in 1835 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1865 Flesherton (Grey Co.), 1871 Wawanosh West (Huron Co.), 1873 Burford (Oxford Co.),

JACKSON, William was received on trial in 1862, 1867-1869 Danville,

JACOBS, J.W. Episcopal, 1851 Yarmouth/London, 1853 Binbrook,

JACOBS, Peter 1854-1855 Saugeen (Owen Sound)

JACQUES, George was born in 1829 in Frodingham, Lincolnshire, England, 1851 arrived Canada and was a local preacher in Artemesia, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Southampton (Owen Sound), 1865 Hanover (Grey Co.), 1869 Teeswater, 1871 Artemesia (Grey Co.)

JAFFINS, S. was born in 1823 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Morris (Huron Co.)

JAMES, P.E. 1924 Sheddon Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Marjorie Jean James was born on Mar 10 1924 in Sheddon Ontario a daughter for Rev. and Mrs P.E. James

JAMES, Richard G. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Amabel (Bruce Co.)

JAMES, Silas 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student,

JAMIESON, W.S. died on Sep 4, 1912. 1880 Stirling (Hastings Co.), On Dec 11 1883 he married Susannah Marie Acheson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Acheson who was born on Dec 8 1857 in Goderich and died on Dec 28 1924 in Toronto Ontario and was buried on Jan 1 1925 in Goderich. She was predeceased by her husband and 1 son, Capt. Walter Jamieson - 3rd son, died on Oct 28 1918 in England. She was survived by 5 daughters: Mrs. N.E. South of Winnipeg Manitoba, Mrs. Claude Dingman of Calgary Alberta, Carrie, Kathleen and Laura at home, 3 sons: John A. and William K of Winnipeg Manitoba, Gordon at home (Christian Guardian) 2nd wife? Late Mrs. Jamieson born Mary Jane Cairns on Dec 13 1850 in Perth Ontario daughter of late the Thomas Cairns Postmaster, married in 1877 Rev. W.S. Jamieson (deceased) and she died on May 11 1923 at residence in Ottawa Ontario. She was survived by 4 daughters Kathryn (Mrs George S Best)of Perth Ontario, Eva of Toronto Ontario, Wilhelmina and Flo of Ottawa Ontario, 1 sister Mrs S.T. Dawson of Perth Ontario, 2 brothers: Arthur of Ottawa and Albert post office inspector Edmonton Alberta. (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. (Rev.) W.S. Jamieson born Dec 8 1857 in Goderich, formerly Susannah Marie Acheson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Acheson was married on Dec 11 1883 Goderich to Rev. W.S. Jamieson, predeceased her on Sep 4, 1912 died Dec 28 1924 Toronto Ontario buried Jan 1 1925 Goderich

JEFFERS, Robert 1818 sailed from Cork Ireland to Kingston, Ontario with his family. He married in 1798 Nancy (Anne)Maurice (Morris). 1820 Oswegatchie District,

JEFFERS, Thomas was born in 1811 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1841, 1841 Colourne District, 1854-1855 Crowland (Welland), 1869-1871 St. David's Toronto (retired)

JEFFERS, Wellington D.D. was born in 1814 in County Cork, Ireland and landed in Canada in 1817. He was received as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1837. He was buried in Belleville Cemetery, Plot D, Sidney Twp., Hastings Co., 1837 Barrie (Simcoe Co.), 1839 Rock Chapel Thorold, 1841 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1842 Belleville/Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1843-1844 Fredericksburg, 1844-1845 Ernestown & Camden East, 1846 Dundas, 1853-1854 Conference Secretary, 1854-1855 Montreal Centre, 1858 Rice Lake indian village, 1858 Peterborough, 1866 Toronto living at 63 Cruikshank, 1869-1871 Oshawa, 1876-1881 Lindsay, Ops Twp. (Victoria Co.), former editor of the Christian Guardian for nine years,

JEFFERSON, Selby 1922 Lambeth (Christian Guardian) Wedding - Motyer-Jefferson married on Dec 27 1922 in Lambeth was Edna, the daughter of Rev. and Mrs Selby Jefferson to Rev A.C. Motyer, son of Mr and Mrs Motyer of Hamilton, Bermuda. The father of the bride officiated and the couple will reside in Boston Mass. USA

JEFFERSON, Thomas Episcopal, 1870 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

JEFFERY, Thomas W. was born in 1833 in Jamaica and was received on trial in 1856, 1855-1857 Paris (Brant Co.), 1867-1869 Wellington Square, 1871 Milton (Halton Co.)

JENNINGS, David was born in 1811 in England and was received on trial in 1844, 1854-1855 Merrickville, 1855 Marlborough (Carleton), 1859 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1864-1871 Weston York West (retired)

JEWELL, John A. 1893 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

JEWELL, Joseph 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1820 Oswegatchie District,

JEWITT, George 1882-1888 Florence

JOCLYN, J.H.L. 1887 Woodnorth (Manitoba)

JOHNSON, Albert 1923 Shawbridge Quebec (Christian Guardian) Births - Miss Johnson was born Sep 10 1923 and was a daughter of Rev. Albert and Mrs. Johnson of Shawbridge PQ

JOHNSON, Alfred 1925 BME Essex St Guelph

JOHNSON, Francis married in 1877 Theresa Rea Johnson who died Jan 3 1924 in Lindsay, 1924 Lindsay Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs F. Johnson - an appreciation. She was born Theresa Rea, Reaboro, Victoria Cty Ontario - town got name from her family, father was one of first Justice of the Peace and Captain of militia in 1837 rebellion. In 1914 she moved to Lindsay Ontario and she is survived by her husband, son Percy R. of Toronto Ontario, and daughter Mrs L.F. Clarry of Calgary Alberta

JOHNSON, George 1870 Horton N.S. (retired)

JOHNSON, Henry was born in 1806 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Brighton Tp. (Northumberland), 1873 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

JOHNSON, I.S. 1870 Annapolis N.S.

JOHNSON, John 1870 Kempt N.S.

JOHNSON, Joshua H. M.A. was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Quebec,

JOHNSON, L. Episcopal, 1865 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

JOHNSON, Moses M. was received on trial in 1862, 1867-1869 Compton,

JOHNSON, Robert O. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1857, 1855 Binbrook, 1870 Kingsclear N.B.

JOHNSTON, C.O. 1880 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1896 Toronto

JOHNSTON, David A. was born in Perth Ontario and was received on trial in 1854, 1854-1856 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1869 Florence,

JOHNSTON, Francis 1883 officiated at the opening of a new church building in Bailyboro

Rev. Hugh Johnston JOHNSTON, Hugh M.A. D.D. was born in 1840 in Southwold, Ontario, was received on trial in 1859 and died on September 24, 1922 in Baltimore MD. He married Eliza Holland in 1876 who was the daughter of Alderman Richard Holland of Montreal, 1859-1861 Wardsville, 1864 graduated Victoria College, 1865 ordained, 1866 Montreal assistant to Rev. Dr. Douglas in the Montreal West charge, 1866-1869 Windsor, 1871 Toronto West, 1874 received Batchelor of Divinity from Victoria College, 1875 Centenary Church Hamilton, 1878 Wesleyan Methodist Hamilton, 1878 St. James Street Church Montreal, 1882 Metropolitan Toronto, 1886 Carleton St Church Toronto, 1891 Trinity Toronto, resided in Montreal, London and Toronto (Christian Guardian) The late Rev Hugh Johnston was born in Canada (ordained in Canada 1859) and died Sep 24 1922 Baltimore MD in his 83rd year and had resided in Toronto Ontario, Hamilton Ontario, Montreal PQ, London Ontario

JOHNSTON, Robert was born in 1828 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Kitley (Leeds Co.)

JOHNSTON, William was born in 1846 in Ontario, 1871 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1889 Emily (Victoria Co.), 1891-1894 Tweed (Hastings Co.), 1896-1901 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

JOHNSTONE, George . 1855-1956 Dunnville

JOLLEY, William C. was born in 1840 in Canada, Episcopal, 1871 Paris (Brant Co.), 1877 Clarke (Newcastle), 1878-1879 Manvers (Durham Co.)

JOLLIFFE, William J. was born in 1847 in England, and died in 1916. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1858 and served initially in Wisconsin, United States, before moving to Canada. He was received on trial in 1869. He married Mrs. Jolliffe on July 8, 1874. He held pastorates in Ontario and was President of Conference in 1877. He transferred to the Canadian Methodist Church in 1884. 1869 Prince Albert (Durham), 1871 Clarke (Durham), 1873 Brampton, 1874 Vankleek Hill (Prescott),1906 Bowmanville Ontario, buried in Bowmanville Cemetery (Section B), Darlington, (Durham Co.)

JONES, Benjamin 1845 Albion, 1846 Bradford, 1850 Owen Sound, 1852 Ordained, 1851-1852 Picton, 1854-1855 Humber, 1865 Sarawak Tp. (Grey Co.), 1870 Drayton (Wellington Co.)

JONES, Albert was born and raised in Underwood, Bruce Twp

JONES, Cornelius E.W. was received on trial in 1862, 1867 Cavan (Durham), 1867 Monaghan (Peterborough), 1869 New Ireland, 1870 Maidstone (Essex Co.), 1871-1877 Selwyn Smith Twp. (Peterborough Co.)

JONES, Edmund S. the son of Jesse Jones (a local preacher) and his wife Harriet, was born in King Twp. in 1839 and moved with his parents to the Queen's Bush at an early date in it's settlement. In his 21st. year he was converted. After some study at the Rockwood Academy, he was appointed a circuit minister at Kincardine in 1866 and was received in 1867, 1869 Arkona, 1871 Tilbury East (Kent Co.), 1878 Leamington. He died of typhoid fever on October 16, 1878 in his 39th year . He was survived by his wife and a daughter of Rev. Benjamin Jones and sister of Rev. Richard Jones of Cobourg, also two sons. Another son was born a few weeks after his death. (Christian Guardian) October 23, 1878

JONES, George was born in 1808 in England, Episcopal, 1870-1872 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)(Christian Guardian) Obituary - George Benson Smith was born in Hamilton Twp near Cobourg Ontario, 3rd son of late Sanford Smith. In 1873 he married Miss Josephine Jones daughter of Rev. George Jones on the 2nd of Jun 5 1912 in Cobourg Ontario

JONES, Henry was born in England and raised in Canada in Shannonville District (Hastings Co.), 1852 on trial, 1852 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Markham

JONES, Hugh 1862 Pilkington (Wellington Co.)

JONES, Joseph E. 1910-1913 and 1916-1918 Florence

JONES, Peter was born in 1839 in Ontario and died in 1856 in Brantford. 1846 Brant Co., 1850 Woodstock, 1853 Brantford, 1854-1855 Grand River (Brantford). Rev. Jones was the first native person ordained by the Methodist Church at St. Clair Methodist in London

JONES, Peter W. was received in 1867, 1869 Norwich, 1871 Albion (Cardwell), 1871-1872 Garafraxa/Luther (Wellington Co.), 1896 Wesley/Underwood,

JONES, Richard was born in 1805 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1826 and a Methodist Epicopal minister. He was the son of Rev. Benjamin Jones. 1831 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1835 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1843-1844 Ernestown, 1851-1852 Chairman Belleville District, 1854-1855 Yonge Street - Chairman Toronto District, 1861 Norter St London, 1864-1877 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.) (retired)

JONES, Thomas 1881 Christie/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

JONES, William H. was born in 1826 in the United States, Episcopal, 1848 Oswegatchie District, 1871 Chatham (Kent Co.), 1915 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

JOSLYN, J.H.L. 1896 Argyle (Victoria Co.)

JOST, Cranwick A.M. 1870 Richibucto N.B.

JOST, Jeremiah V., 1870 Sydney South N.S. 1880 Prince St. Charlottetown (retired)

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KANE, D. 1873 Binbrook,

KAPELLE, Stephen was received on trial in 1863, 1869 Hamilton and Paris German Mission,

Rev. John Kay KAY, John was born on May 20, 1838 in Napanee Ontario and was received on trial in 1862 and was appointed to assist the Rev. S.B. Gundy in St. Mary's. He married Rev. W. Gundy's daughter. 1866 Ingersoll (twice),1869 Milton, 1871 Waterdown, 1873 Tilsonburg, 1876 London, 1879 Waterford, 1882 Thorold, 1885 Hamilton, 1888-1891 Wellington Street Brantford,

                                

                  

KAYE, John Fred Primitive 1882-1884 Thorold, 1896 Thorold, 1896-1897 Hamilton, 1898-1901 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

KEAGY, J.G. B.A. was received in 1862, 1866-1869 Dundas,

KEAM, Samuel was born in 1844 in England, 1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.), 1885 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

Rev. B.B. KeeferKEEFER, Benjamin B. was received on trial in 1868, 1868 Thorold, 1869 Grimsby, 1872 London, 1876-1877 Norfolk St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1877-1879 Hamilton, withdrew 1892, Ottawa 1906

                                

                                

KEEFER, Robert Keefer married Carline Slack who died on May 24 1925 in Hamilton Ontario, 1923-1924 Ancaster Ontario, 1922-1924 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

KEEGAN, Richard 1852-1853 Maitland

KEELER, Sylvanus 1803 Hallowell Prince Edward Co., 1805 first Canadian Camp Meeting at Hay Bay, Bay of Quinte,

KELLAM, Henry was received on trial in 1862, 1866-1869 Clinton,

KELLOGG, Henry was born in 1838 in Ontario, 1871 Wawanosh West (Huron Co.)

KELLY, J. Episcopal, 1882 Binbrook,

KELLY, Thomas was received on trial in 1860, 1863 Paris (Brant Co.), 1869 New Glasgow,

KEMP, H.E.W. Episcopal 1892 Matchedash/Parry Sound (Simcoe Co.), 1893 Tay/Coldwater (Simcoe Co.)

KENNEDY, A. Episcopal, 1880 Parkhill/London

KENNEDY, David M.A. was born in 1839 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1859 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1865-1866 Richmond, 1868 Camden East, 1869-1870 Garafraxa/Luther (Wellington Co.), 1869-1871 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1893-1896 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

KENNEDY, George was received on trial in 1841, 1839 Upper Woolwich (Waterloo Co.), 1847 London, 1849 Middleton (London), 1853 Aylmer, 1854 Galt, 1854 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1855 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1855 Galt/Dumfies, 1862 Embro (Oxford Co.), 1867-1869 Dunville, 1871 Turnberry (Huron Co.)

KENNEDY, Jacob Episcopal, 1856 Smithville/Dunville, 1861 Ancaster, 1880-1882 Binbrook,

Rev. James Henry Kennedy KENNEDY, James Henry was born on April 17, 1832 in Goulbourn Twp., Carleton Co. and was received on trial in 1858 and ordained in 1869. On January 2, 1862 he married R.E. Woodhall, of Delaware Twp. 1866-1869 Mt. Brydges (Middlesex Co.), 1869-1871 Parkhill/Caradoc (Middlesex Co.), 1871 Florence, 1872 Lynden, 1875 Highgate, 1878 Petrolia, 1881 Alvinston, 1882 Mount Elgin, 1883 Saltfleet, 1884 Troy, 1886 Louth/Grantham/ Tintern, 1890 Glandford, 1891 S.Dorchester (Middlesex Co.), 1896 London, 1896-1902 Florence

                                

                                

KENNER, Henry was born in 1830 and he entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1855. He served in home circuits until 1860 when he volunteered for the work in Canada. His name disappears from the record in 1873. Kenner's two brothers John and William were also Bible Christian ministers, who served in Britain and Canada.

KENNER, John was born in 1834 in Cornwall and entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1855. He emigrated to Canada in 1871 and held several pastoral positions in Ontario. 1882 Trent Bridge Asphodel Twp., Kenner served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1875, Secretary of Conference in 1877 and 1880 and Connexional treasurer for eight years. In 1884 he transferred to the Canadian Methodist Church.

Rev. George H. Kenney KENNEY, George H. was born on July 2, 1833 in Trafalgar Twp., Halton Co. and was received on trial in 1860 and was ordained in 1864. He was married on June 28, 1864 to Lydia, daughter of F. McCullough, Esq., of Navan, and sister of the late Revs William and James B. McCullough. 1859 Grand River Mission, 1866-1869 Bearbrook, 1870 Bluevale (Huron Co.), 1872 Blyth (Huron Co.), 1874 Morris (Huron Co.), 1891 Minesing (Simcoe Co.)

                                

                                

KEOUGH, Jabez Bunting was born in 1830 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1854, 1851-1854 Victoria College Conference student, 1854-1855 Orillia, 1866-1869 Grenville, 1871 North Gower (Carleton)

KEOUGH, Thomas S. was born in 1824 in England and was received on trial in 1856, 1860 Bertie, 1862-1864 Binbrook, 1866 St.George (Brant Co.), 1866-1869 East Zorra, 1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

KEPPEL, John H. was received on trial in 1863, 1864 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1869 Bruce Mines,

KER, Peter was born in 1810 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1833, 1835 Canboro (Niagara), 1838 Brantford, 1839 Binbrook, 1840 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1843 Windham (London), 1843 Dumfries (Oxford Co.), 1844 Galt, 1844-1845 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1846 Nelson/Trafalgar (Halton Co.), 1847 Chinguacousy (Peel Co.), 1848 Toronto, 1853 Markham, 1854-1855 Oshawa, 1858-1860 Paris (Brant Co.), 1860-1869 Drummondville (retired), 1870-1871 Stamford Welland, 1871 Medonte (Simcoe Co.)

KERN, Daniel Shaver was born in 1877 and died in 1933, entered the ministry as a member of Bethesda Church, Ancaster and served a term in China.

KERR, George J. (Christian Guardian) Rev. John Russell - an appreciation was born on July 17 1836 near Napanee Ontario and on Jan 9 1867 he married Miss Hester Kerr, sister of Rev. George J. Kerr and he died on Oct 19 1923 at the home of his daughters in Toronto Ontario and was buried at Prospect Cemetery in Toronto Ontario He was predeceased by his wife in 1916 and his daughter Elaine in 1917 and was survived by 2 sons and 4 daughters: Mrs (Ella) AJ Sheppard of Burford Ontario, Mrs (Hattie) Isaac Watterworth of Glencoe Ontario, Misses Mary and Jean at home, Dr. John W. Russell and Dr. William G. Russell of Toronto Ontario. 1891 Thorndale (Middlesex Co.), 1924 Lambeth

KERR, John L. was born in 1826 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, 1850 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1854 on trial, 1854-1855 Mono, 1855 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1861 Orillia, 1869 Don Mills, 1871 Camden (Bothwell)

KERR, Richard A. was received on trial in 1865, 1869 Winchester,

KERR, Sylvester L.was born in 1825 in Upper Canada, Episcopal Methodist, 1851 London, 1861 Oakville

KERRUSH, T.L. 1884-1885 Binbrook, 1916 Fergus

KERSHAW, Edward was born in 1835 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Louth (Lincoln Co.)

KERSHAW, James B. was born in 1824 in England, New Connexion, 1865 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1871 Egremont (Grey Co.)

KILBORN, Ira B. 1853 Nanticoke,

KILGOUR, Joseph was received on trial in 1856, 1869 Aylmer (Quebec), 1877 Thurlow (Hastings Co.), 1891-1894 Baileyboro,

KINES, James was received on trial in 1863, 1868 Hamilton, 1869-1871 Keene Otonabee Twp. (Peterborough Co.), 1873-1876 Ernestown, 1876-1877 Keene Otonabee Twp. (Peterborough Co.)

Rev. G.A. KingKING, George Albert was born in 1877 at Tara and died on Jan 20 1925 Interment at Tara. He was a member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry, 1906 Victoria College Toronto. In 1907 he married Mabel Eady of Harriston (Wellington Co.), and in 1914 he married Annie Yeates of Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

                                

KING, George B. 1924 Islington (Christian Guardian) Birth - Barbara Anne King was born on April 5 1924 in Cambridge Mass. a daughter for Rev. and Mrs George B. King of Islington Ontario

KING, James P. 1869 Uxbridge (Ontario Co.), 1872 Eramosa (Wellington Co.)

KING, T.P. Episcopal, 1903 held the second BME conference in Guelph, 1921-1922 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1923 Kemble Ontario, (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Arnott - King ... marriage on Oct 19 1923 at St. Catherine's Ontario of Glendora Mabel, only daughter of Rev. T.P. and Mrs. King of Kemble Ontario, to Mr. George W. Arnott of Vineland Ontario

KIRKLAND, Elias E. 1845 Queen's Bush/Peel (Wellington Co.)

Rev. J.H. KirklandKIRKLAND, J.H. member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered the ministry, 1906 Stratford

                                

                                

                                

KITCHING, J. 1913-1916 Binbrook,

KITELY, Walter M. 1913-1916 Florence

KITTGOWER, Joseph was born in 1832 in Scotland, 1871 Hungerford (Hastings Co.)

KNAPP, Amos was born in 1821 in Ontario, Primitive, 1864 Muskoka Circuit, 1871 Huron (Bruce Co.)

KNIGHT, Adolphus G. was received on trial in 1869, 1867-1869 student at Victoria College,

KNIGHT, Richard 1836 Charlottetown PEI

KNOTT, S. Episcopal, Dorchester N.,

KNOWLAND, Frederick was born in 1824 in Ontario, 1871 Hinchinbrooke (Addington)

KNOX, J.D.P. was born on May 13 1864 and died on Sep 5 1945 and was buried in Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.). Ordained as a Minister of the Methodist Church in Victoria, B.C. on 12 May 1895,

KNOX, P.E. b 1831 Ontario Episcopal, 1871 Brighton (Northumberland Co.)

KOYL, Eardley H. M.A. 1891 Niagara Falls,

KOYL, Ephraim L. was born in 1815 in the United States, ordained 1853, 1854-1855 Amherstburg (Chatham), 1858 Usborne (Huron Co.), 1869 Pittsburg, 1871 Camden East (Addington), 1886 Paris (Brant Co.)

LACEY, John was born in 1797 in England, Primitive, 1844 Bethel/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1871 Loughborough (Addington)

LADNER, Charles was born in PEI and was ordained in 1861, 1870 Perlican Nfld

LA DU, S.W. Episcopal 1843-1844 Ernestown, 1847 Belleville/Stirling/Rawdon Twp.

LAIRD, James was born in 1841 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1862, 1869 Woodsley, 1871 Maidstone (Essex Co.), 1892-1894 Binbrook,

LAIRD, John Guiness was born in 1823 in Fermanagh, Ireland and was received on trial in 1848 at the Beleville Conference, 1852 Ordained, 1853-1854 Moore (Lambton Co.), 1854-1855 Port Sarnia, 1857 St. John (Welland), 1856-1858 Thorold (Niagara), 1860 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1864-1867 Dumfries/Paris (Brant Co.), 1867-1869 Drummondville, 1869 Stamford (Welland Co.), 1870-1872 Fergus (Wellington Co.), buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, London, (Middlesex Co.)

LAIRD, William H. was received on trial in 1855, 1859 Binbrook, 1869 Superintendent at Dundas

LAKE, Charles V. Episcopal was received on trial in 1856, 1866 Queensville (York Co.), 1868 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1869 Niagara,

LAKE, John N. 1850 Markham (York Co.), 1865 Greenwood/Brougham,

LAMBERT, Sidney (Christian Guardian) Death - John William Lambert died on Mar 24 1924 at Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto Ontario the infant son of Rev. Sidney and Mrs Lambert

LAMBLEY, Osborn R. B.A. Episcopal, was received on trial in 1862, 1867-1869 Georgeville and Magog (Quebec), 1884 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

LAMIGON, Jacob Episcopal 1841 Wainfleet

LANCELEY, Ebenezer B. was born on September 18, 1857 in Cobour, Ontario and was married October 15, 1884, to Alice, daughter of the late Oscar Munroe, of London Twp. He was received on trial in 1876 at Centenary Church in Hamilton and was ordained at Woodstock in 1882. 1877 Stoney Creek, 1879-1882 Woodstock, 1882 Strathroy, 1884 London West, 1887 Forest, 1888-1891 Colborne Street London,

Rev. J.E. LanceleyLANCELEY, John Ellis was born on January 10, 1848 in Birkenhead, England and died in 1900 and was buried in Baltimore United Cemetery, Hamilton Twp., (Northumberland Co.). He came to Canada in 1856 with his father. In 1877 he married Miss Caroline Eliza Ward who was born in 1860 in Clifton Ontario (Niagara Falls) and her mother was Mrs Caroline Ward. 1870 Plattsville, 1871 Aurora, 1872 Chatham, 1873 Dundas. He was ordained 1874-1875 Norfolk Street/Dublin Street Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1875 Niagara Falls, 1877 London, 1879 St. Thomas, 1881 Dunnville, 1883 Burlington 1885-1887 Thorold, 1888-1891 Toronto,

                                

LANGFORD, Alexander was received on trial in 1857, 1867-1869 Chairman Chatham,

LANGFORD, Charles D.D. was born in 1845 and died on April 8, 1924 in Toronto, Ontario in his 80th year and was survived by wife and 1 son, Howard B. Langford. In 1908 he spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) on Sunday April 5th. 1908 at the Anniversary and Organ Opening Service.

LANE, Bidwel was born in 1844 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Ottawa

LANG, Matthew 1835 Toronto District Book Steward, 1837 Toronto (Newgate St. E.)

LANGDON, Joseph 1863 Peel Co.

LANGFORD, Alexander was born in 1836 in Scotland, 1871 Chatham Town (Kent Co.)

LANGHORN, John Episcopal 1807 Earnestown, Bay of Quinte

LANTON, Henry was born in 1810 in England and was received on trial in 1837, 1847 received at Toronto Conference, 1847-1848 Kingston, 1858 Burgess Twp., 1860 Fredericksburg, 1861 Adolphustown, 1862-1863 Ernesttown (Lennox), 1863 Amherst Island, 1864-1871 King St Hamilton (retired)

LARGE, Richard was born in 1841 in Prince Edward Island, Episcopal, 1866 Newland (York Co.), 1871 Kincardine (Bruce Co.)

LATHERN, John 1870 Centenary St. John N.B., 1876 Charlottetown PEI

LATIMER, James F. was born in 1833 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1855, 1864-1869 Port Stanley (retired), 1871 Yarmouth (Elgin Co.)

LATTER, Asher P. 1888 Greenwood,

LAURANCE, B. Episcopal, 1881 Ingersoll (retired)

LAVELL, Charles M. A. was received on trialin 1842 and in 1869 was the Secretary of Conference. 1856 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1854-1856 Toronto West, 1861 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1861 Toronto, 1862 Yorkville, 1868 Glen Morris (Brant Co.), 1869 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1872 Seaforth (Huron Co.),

LAW, John was born in 1806 in Fermanagh County, Ireland and died on September 7th., 1869, 1833 Lindsay, 1834 Wellington Co., 1835 London, 1842-1844 Toronto, 1846-1847 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1845-1847 Paris Plains, 1847-1848 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1854-1855 Markham

LAW, S. 1860 Reach Tp.

LAWRENCE, Benjamin was born in 1811 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Mosa (Middlesex Co.)

Rev. George Lawrence LAWRENCE, George was born on February 18, 1822 in the Cty of Limerick, Ireland, Episcopal, arrived in Canada with his parents in 1825 to Little York and was received on trial in 1844 and was ordained in 1846 by Bishop Alley at the Yonge Street Church. He was married on September 26, 1850 to Miss Lucy Reid, daughter of Dr. A.F. Reid of Richmond Hill, Ontario and they had two daughters. 1844 Canboro, 1845 Toronto, 1848 Nelson, 1850 Yonge Street, 1852 Newmarket, 1854 Saltfleet, 1856 Orono, 1858 Markham, 1860 Yonge Street, 1861 Erin, 1863 Georgetown, 1865 Pickering, 1867 Brooke, 1869 Sombra. 1871 London, 1891 Ingersoll (retired)

                                

                                

LAWSON, Thomas was born in 1826 in England and was received on trial in 1855, 1856 Wawanosh, 1869 Grand River, 1871 Tuscarora (Brant Co.)

Rev. John Laycock LAYCOCK, John was born on October 21, 1848 in Embro Ontario and was received on trial in 1871 and was ordained in 1873. He was married on April 15, 1879 to Miss Annetta Marie Dolson, daughter of Gilbert H. Dolson, of Chatham, Ontario, a lady of culture and refinement. 1870 Malahide, 1871 Mount Elgin, 1872 Nissouri, 1873 Leamington, 1874 Bothwell/Florence, 1875 St. Clair, 1876 Glencoe, 1877 Wallaceburg, 1878 Essex Centre, 1879 Chatham, 1880 St. Mary's/Nissouri, 1881 London North, 1882 Park Hill, 1884 Ingersoll, 1887 Waterford, 1891 Emerald Street Hamilton,

                                

LEACH, J.J. was born in 1852 in Ontario, 1871 Camden East (Addington co.)

LEACH, Webster Wesley was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Tamworth, 1866-1870 Camden East, (Addington Co.)

LEAROYD, W.H. was received on trial in 1856, 1869 Ingersoll, 1882 Greenwood/Brougham,

LEAVER, Charles 1970 Cavan (Durham Co.)

LEE, George F. was born in 1835 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Glenelg (Grey Co.)

LEE, Joseph 1924 Champion Alberta (Christian Guardian) Births - Brian Moffitt Lee was born on Jul 18 1924 in Champion Alberta a son for Rev. and Mrs Joseph Lee

LEE, Herbert 1896 Brookholm (Grey Co.), 1899 Armour (Parry Sound)

Rev. George LeechLEECH, George was born in 1834 in Augusta Twp. (Grenville Co.) Ontario and was received on trial in 1861, 1869 Whitby, 1877-1878 Newtonville Clarke Twp. (Durham Co.)

                                

                                

LEECH, Webster W. was born in 1841 in Ontario, 1871 Sheffield (Addington Co.), 1876-1878 Greenwood/Brougham,

LEIGH, Montague W. 1917-1921 Baileyboro, 1923-1925 Greenwood,

LEITH, Hamilton 1886 Wesley/Underwood,

LEITH, Robert H. 1875 Kaladar (Lennox & Addington), 1877 Cloyne, 1882-1883 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

LeLACHEUR, David W. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1863, 1870 Nashweak N.B.

LEONARD, Joseph Homer, was born in 1809 in Prescott and died in 1877 in Chicago, Episcopal 1838-1839 Stirling Rawdon Twp., 1850 Niagara Conference, 1854 Chicago USA. He married Susannah Lockwood who was born in 1816 and died in 1881. He was a Minister and bookseller for the Methodist Church in southern Ontario and Niagara Conference.

LePAGE, A.E. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1864, 1870 Port Hawkesbury N.S.

LEROYD, John 1861 Albion (Peel Co.)

LESLIE, C.W. 1920 Wesley/Underwood,

LESTER, Alexander was received on trial in 1861, 1869 Westmeath,

LETT, F.G. McLeod St. Ottawa,

LEVER, John was born in 1803 in England and was received on trial in 1825, 1835 Brock Toronto District, 1836-1837 Newmarket, 1842 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1842 Innisfil and in whose time the first Methodist church was built in Barrie, Ontario, 1843 Oro (Simcoe Co.), 1844 Elora/Oxford, 1847 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1848 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1850 Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1852 Ernestown, 1854-1855 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1861 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1861-1871 Sidney (Hastings Co.)(retired). He was buried in Delhi Cemetery, Windham Twp., (Norfolk Co.)

LEWIS, Daniel Episcopal 1831 Smith's Creek Circuit,

LEWIS, E. Dewart 1877 Greenwood/Brougham,

LEWIS, George was born in 1844 in Ontario Primitive, 1871 Rideau (Kingston)

LEWIS, Harry T. B.A. was born in Stony Drummer Ontario(?) (within Bay of Quinte Conference) and died Jan 23 1924 in Oshawa Ontario and was burried in Little Lake Cemetery Peterboro Ontario. He married Ethel Drew of Oshawa Ontario, who predeceased him some years ago as did his little daughter Alice who drowned while he was stationed at Oshawa Ontario. He was survived by 1 son Hartley of Toronto Ontario, 1 daughter Miss Mary of Toronto Ontario, 2 sisters: Miss Kate of Regina SK and Miss Margaret of Vancouver BC charges Stony Drummer, Cobourg, Oshawa, 1912-1923 Regina, where he lived through a cyclone, Saskatoon, Moosejaw, Oxbow Saskatchewan (Christian Guardian) Death of Rev. H.T. Lewis died Jan 23 1924 Oshawa Ontario letter commemorating life and time spent in Sask., body shipped to Peterboro Ontario for burial in Little Lake Cemetery moved from Stony Drummer to Coburg to Oshawa to Regina SK, where he lived through a cyclone, to Saskatoon SK to Moosejaw Sk to Oxbow SK wife Miss Ethel Drew of Oshawa Ontario

LEWIS, John was born in 1827 and died in 1916 and was buried in Whites Cemetery, Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.)

LEWIS, Joshua P. was received on trial in 1861, 1865 Washington/Wexford/Highland Creek (York Co.),1869 Point Levi,

LEWIS, T. 1858 Haldimand Twp.

LIDSTONE, Joseph was born in 1844 in England, 1871 Woodstock (Oxford Co.), 1892-1895 South Mountain

LIMBERT, 1886 Hastings/Trent Bridge Asphodel Twp.,

LING, F. Episcopal, 1881 Stanley/London,

LINSCOTT, T.S. was born on June 19, 1846 in Devon, England and was ordained in 1875. Episcopal. Retired in 1879 for family reasons and took charge of a publishing business at Brantford where he was resideing in 1891.

LITTLE, John (Joe) 1874 Parkhill/Warwick, 1879 Binbrook, 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

LIVINGSTON, Joseph A.was born in 1829 in the United States, Episcopal, 1870-1871 Brantford

LIVINGSTONE, H. 1884 Binbrook, 1895-1896 Binbrook,

LIVINGSTONE, James 1877-1885 Florence/Thames

LOCHEAD, Robert was received on trial in 1843, In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1849 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1852-1853 Newmarket, 1853 Zion Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Humber, 1858-1869 Meaford (retired),

LOCKE, Joseph H. was born in 1844 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1865, 1869 Beamsville, 1870 Clinton, 1871 York. 1874 Woodbridge (York Co.)

LOCKHART, C. 1870 Sussex Vale N.B.

LOCKWOOD, Joseph 1810 Scarborough

LODGE, W.W. 1870 Caledonia N.S.

LOGAN, C. 1902-1905 Florence

LOMAS, William was born in 1829 in England, Primitive, 1855 Carrick (Bruce Co.), 1866 Nobleton (York Co.), 1871 Bradford (Simcoe Co.)

Rev. Benjamin Longley LONGLEY, Benjamin was born in 1847 in Shefford, Quebec, began preaching in 1867 and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Hatley and Cassville, 1872 graduated Victoria College Cobourg, 1878 St. James Montreal, 1880 Douglas Montreal, 1885 Queen St. Toronto

                                

                                

LORD, William was born in 1791 in Bacup, Lancashire, England and died in 1873. He was converted as a boy under the influence of the minister William Edward Miller. Lord entered the Wesleyan itinerancy in 1811 and quickly displayed conspicuous ability. He served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1834 and represented the British Church at the American General Conference in 1835. From 1843 to 1857 he was governor of Woodhouse Grove School and was instrumental in an elargement of the premises. Lord superannuated in 1861 and died Manningham near Bradford on January 20 1873.

LOSEE, William preached in 1790 at Adolphustown and was buried in Hay Bay Church Cemetery, Adolphustown, Lenox & Addiington

LOUNSBERRY, Edward was born in 1826 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1880 presiding elder London District,

LOVE, John E. 1925 Stonewall (Christian Guardian) Obituary - James Henry Love was born near St. Mary's, (Perth Co.) Ontario and in 1898 he married Miss Elizabeth Dickinson who was born in 1867 and died on Jan 8 1925 in Virden Manitoba. He was survived by his widow, 2 children Myrtle (attending Normal school at Dauphin) and Ewart at home, 1 brother Rev. John E. Love of Stonewall, and 5 sisters Mrs. J. Mooney of Elkhorn, Mrs. George Cornish of Miniota, Mrs. J. Gardner and Mrs. Elmer English of Virden MB, and Mrs. Charles Treble of Fillmore

LOVELL, Charles 1843 Thorold, 1848 Thorold

LOVERIN, Charles 1852 "disposed from the ministry and expelled from the Church"

LOWE, William 1901 Morris (Huron Co.)

Rev. Daniel V. Lucas Mrs. D.V. Lucas LUCAS, Daniel V. was born in 1835 Wellington Square, in Halton Co., Ontario and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1869, 1869 Waterford, 1871 Townsend (Norfolk Co.), 1873 Victoria College Cobourg, 1874-1877 Farmersville Yonge Twp. (Leeds Co.), 1878 Victoria, Vancouver Island, 1881 appointed Travelling Lecturer for the Standstead Wesleyan College, 1903 & 1919 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

Mrs. D.V. Lucas was born at L'Original, she being the only daughter of the late Rev. Joseph Reynolds, a successful minister of the Methodist Church. She received her education in Farmersville and at the Wesleyan Female College, Hamilton.

                                

LUCEY. J. Episcopal, 1881 Binbrook,

LUCSON, John was born in 1811 in England, 1871 Arran (Bruce Co.)

LUNAU Austin 1923 King (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Mary Jane (nee Udell) Lunau died on Nov 15 1923 at her residence in Markham Ontario and was buried on Nov 17 1923 in Elmwood Cemetery. She was the widow of J. Jacob Lunau and was survived by 2 sons and 2 daughters: Lambert of Mt. ALbert, Mrs. Anice McDowell and Mrs. V.J. Winterstein of Markham Ontario, Rev. Austin Lunau of King and a step daughter Mrs C.A. Brown of Toronto Ontario

LUND, William was born in 1817 in England and was received on trial in 1857, 1869 Port Stanley, 1871 Southwold (Elgin Co.)

LY-BERTUS, Rev. Episcopal 1900 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

LYLE, William was born in 1796 in England, Primitive, He married Mary Ann who died on May 7, 1862. His daughter Mary Ann was married in 1844 to Rev. William F. Clarke a Congregational minister at Burford upon his ordination at that place. 1835 Toronto Tp., 1842 Bethel/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1871 Yorkville (York Co.),

LYONS, Armon P. 1880 Wesley/Underwood, in 1885 his widow Eliza married Rev. James Cooke Seymour.

LYNCH, John was born in 1840 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1868 Bracebridge, 1871 Mono (Cardwell)

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MacDONALD, D. was born in Scotland and arrived in Canada in 1871, 1878 Napier/Metcalfe (Middlesex Co.)

MacDONALD, Malcom 1848 Shefford

MacDONALD, T.H. 1896 Greenwood,

MacFARLANE, James was born on Oct 30 1846 and died on Mar 5 1901. He married Caroline M. McNiece who was born in 1850. He was buried in Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1900 Greenwood,

MacFARLANE, Joseph 1873 Tiny Twp. (Simcoe Co.)

MACK, Robert B. 1870 Port La Tour N.S.

MACKIE, James was born in 1829 in Scotland, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

MADDEN, David B. was received on trial in 1840, 1848-1849 St. Andrews Circuit, 1851 Newburgh, 1854-1855 Oshawa, 1869 Castleton (retired)

MADDEN, George C. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Pittsburg, 1874 Fredericksburg, 1876 Adelaide (Middlesex Co.)

MADDEN, Thomas Episcopal 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1805 first Canadian Camp Meeting at Hay Bay, Bay of Quinte 1807 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1827 Binbrook, 1829 Oswegatchie District, 1832 Markham (York Co.),

MADDEN, Thomas was born in 1805 in Kingston Ontario, 1881 Dresden Chatham Twp. (Kent Co.), 1881 listed as a farmer and Weselyan minister and owning 150 acres on Con. VIII, Lot 20

MADDEN, Thomas E. was born in 1848 in Quebec, 1871 Belmont & Methuen (Peterorough Co.), 1877 Chatham (Kent Co.)

MADDEN, William H. 1875 Greenwood/Brougham,

MAGAVERN, William Joseph 1864-1866 Brampton/Orangeville, married Mary Leighton, sister of John at Orangeville 1865. William Magavern was minister of Primative Methodist Church # 3 York St, Orangeville and moved to Buffalo N.Y.

MAGWOOD, J. Wesley Primitive, 1892-1893 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1901-1903 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

MAHAN, John was born in 1842 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Wyoming (Middlesex Co.), 1871 Plympton (Lambton Co.)

MAIR, William 1916 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

MANLY, J.G. 1835 Prescott, 1840 Binbrook,

MANNING, Henry M. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Sharon and Mount Albert,

MANNING, Mark was born in 1850 in Ontario, 1871 Innisfil (Simcoe Co.)

MANNING, Thomas D.D. 1883 officiated at the opening of a new church building in Bailyboro, 1897 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

MANSIER, Michael was born in 1833 in Germany, 1871 Rainham (Haldimand Co.)

MARCEAU, William Frederick was born in 1852 in Naipierville and died in 1924 in Naipierville Ontario. He married Sarah McLoughlin and in 1924 was living in Naipierille Ontario

MARCHINGTON, Philip 1802-1803 PEI local preacher

MARK, Robert was born in 1832 in England and was received on trial in 1857, 1867-1869 Orillia, 1871 Brighton (Northumberland Co.)

MARKHAM, Joseph was born in 1831 in England, Primitive, 1866 Malvern (York Co.), 1871 London

MARKLE, Bernard Episcopal, 1844 Mosa/London, 1845 Binbrook,

MARSDEN, George was born in 1772 in Manchester, England, of Methodist parentage. He entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1793 and served as a circuit minister for nearly fifty years, mainly in the northwest of England. He died in 1858. A close friend of Jabez Bunting, Marsden was one of the leading ministers of his generation. He served as Missionary secretary (1816-18), secretary of Conference (1820) and President of the Canadian Conference in 1833. He was also President of the Wesleyan Conference in 1821 and 1831. Marsden was superannuated in 1842 and died near Glossop in Derbishire two weeks after preaching his last sermon.

MARSH, D.B. D.D. 1906-1913 Springville Monaghan Twp.,

MARSH, R.W. was born in 1847 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1870-1871 & 1879-1881 Stirling/Rawdon (Hastings Co.)

MARSHAL, C.M. 1892 Thorold

Rev. S.E. MarshallMARSHALL, Sanford E. B.A., D.D. 1890 Thorold, 1903-1906 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1907 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

                                

                                

MARSTON, D. 1888 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

MARTIN, Alexander was born in 1829 in Ontario, Episcopal, Marysburgh South (Prince Edward Co.), 1862 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

MARTIN, Daniel E. 1888-1891 Florence

MARTIN, R.G. married Mary Evangeline Porter Martin who died on May 5 1924 in West Vancouver British Columbia and was buried May 10 1924 in Gregg Manitoba (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Mary Evangeline Porter Martin died May 5 1924 West Vancouver BC wife of Rev. R.G. Martin of Gregg MB buried May 10 1924 at Gregg MB.(Christian Guardian) Memoriam Aug 1924 Mrs Martin, wife of R.G. Martin, pastor of Kerfoot circuit - died Vancouver BC

MARTIN, Samuel B. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1861, 1870 Port Mouton N.S.

MARTIN, Timothy 1831-1832 Bayham London

MARZOLF, Jacob was born in 1839 in Ontario, 1871 Markham (York Co.)

MASON, George 1892 Greenwood,

MASON, Thomas was born in 1830 in Gloucester England and died in 1924 in Guelph Ontario (Christian Guardian) Mrs (Rev.) Thomas Mason - an appreciation. She was born over 90 years ago in Ayrshire Scotland to a military man and his wife and married in 1862, Thomas Mason. She died on Feb 2 1923 and was buried in Lambeth Ontario. In 1870 she left Scotland and came to Peterborough Ontario and in 1911 they moved to Lambeth Ontario. In Nov 1921 she moved into Elliott Home in Guelph Ontario due to increased infirmities. She had many children but only one daughter Mary survived to young womanhood. She died in 1882 at age 17 in Windsor Ontario.

MASSEY, W.J. Episcopal, 1864 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

MASSON 1916-1919 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

MASSON, James was born in 1828 in Scotland and was received on in 1854, 1854-1855 Matilda, 1856-1858 Kemptville, 1866 Ramsay Twp. (Lanark Co.), 1869 Lyn, 1871 Elizabethtown (Brockville)

MATHERS, F.M. was born in 1862 and died in 1924 in Toronto Ontario

MATHESON, James was born in 1838 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1861, 1869 Aliston, 1871 Tecumseth (Simcoe Co.), 1873 Bolton (Peel Co.)

MATHEWS, Abner 1832 Blenheim London

MATTHEWS, H.S. was born in 1839 in Ontario, 1871 Brant Twp. (Bruce Co.)

MATTINGLY, Charles Primitive 1870 Bracebridge,

MAUDSLEY, Samuel Edward was born in England and was received on trial in 1852, 1852-1853 St. Vincent (Grey Co.), 1853 received on trial, 1854-1855 St. Thomas, 1869 Shawbridge,

MAVETY, D. was born in 1846 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Marysburgh South (Prince Edward Co.)

MAXWELL, Henry W. was received on trial in 1862, 1869 Port Neuf,

Rev. W.J. MaxwellMAXWELL, William J. was born in 1844 in Plympton (Lambton Co.) and died in 1894, 1868 Watford (Lambton Co.), 1870 Parkhill (Middlesex Co.), 1875 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1876 St Catharines, 1879-1881 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1882 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1889 President Niagara Conference

                                

MAYBEE, W.J. Episcopal, 1879-1881 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

MAYER, F.W.A. 1889-1892 South Mountain

McALISTER, James was born in 1828 in Ireland, New Connexion, He was the father of Rev. W. George H. McAlister, 1857 Galt/ Dumfries Twp. 1871 Beverley (Wentworth Co.), 1875-1877 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

McALISTER, W. George H. was born in 1857 in Kilbride Ontario and died in 1924. He was the son of Rev. James McAlister, and he married Lottie Plewes of Brantford (Brant Co.), 1882 Drayton Peel (Wellington Co.) (Christian Guardian) Rev. W.G.H. McAlister died on May 28 1924 at home in Galt. He was the son of the late Rev. James McAlister amd was survived by his widow - formerly Miss Lottie Plewes of Brantford Ontario and 2 sons: Fred and Clive

McARTHUR, John H. was born in 1864 and died in 1922. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev John H McArthur STD was born on Aug 21 1864 in Kilbride Village, Halton Co. Ontario. He married in Aug 1893, Miss Margaret Jeanetta Jacks of DeCewsville. He died on Nov 16 1922 and is buried in the Carlisle Cemetery and was survived by his wife and 5 children: Horace Hasner McArthur of Ottawa Ontario, Mrs A Fawcett Eaton of Carlisle Ontario, William John McArthur of Milton Ontario, Myrtle and Eleanor at home, sisters and brothers. 1893-1897 in Japan

McARTHUR, Robert 1871 Pownal PEI

McAMMOND, Foster 1877-1878 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1884 Prescott, 1894-1895 South Mountain

McBAIN, J.H. Primitive, 1895-1896 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1918 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

McCAMUS, D.N. 1888-1891 Baileyboro,

McCANN, Alfred was born in 1838 in the United States and was received on trial in 1861, 1863-1864 Greenwood/Brougham, 1869-1871 Darlington (Durham Co.), 1873 Ernestown, 1874 Wilton, 1876 Violet,

McCANN, H. 1873-1877 Camden East,

McCANN, J. 1869 St. Patrick's Church Gore of Toronto

McCANN, William was born in 1840 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Marysburgh South (Prince Edward Co.)

McCARTY, William 1847 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Hillsburg N.S.

McCARTNEY, James H. was born in 1841 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1863, 1869 Yonge Street South, 1871 Culross (Bruce Co.), 1872 Howick, 1886 Clinton,Lincoln (Niagara), 1900-1902 Binbrook,

McCAULEY, Samuel 1872 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1880 Rawdon (Hastings Co.)

McCLEAWORTH, 1853 Asphodel Twp.,

McCLUNG, James A. was born in 1837 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1863, 1869-1872 Manvers/Clarke (Durham Co.)

McCOLLOM, Edwin was born in 1844 in Lincoln Co. Ontario and was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Kingsville, 1871 London, 1874 Charing Cross Raleigh Twp. (Kent Co.) 1881 living on 100 acres on Con. X, Lot 17

McCOLLOM, Joseph Wesley was received on trial in 1841, 1843-1836 Osnabruck Twp. (Stormont Co.), 1847 Brockville, 1850 Yonge Twp. (Leeds Co.), 1851-1854 Nelson Twp. (Halton Co.), 1854-1855 Port Hope, 1860 Barrie/Vespra (Simcoe Co.), 1864-1866 Barrie (Simcoe Co.), 1866 Richmond Hill (York Co.), 1869 Sarnia, 1884 Christie/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), In the spring of 1844 he was instrumental in introducing Rev. William McGill into the Wesleyan Methodist Church.

McCONNEL, Herman was born in 1869 and died in 1958 and was buried in the Mount Nemo United Church Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.) He married Edith E. Washington who was born in 1869.

McCULLOUGH, Robert was born in 1844 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1867. He married Mrs. R. McCullough in 1872 who was born in Canton Ontario (United Empire Loyalist) and died in March 1924 in Toronto. (Christian Guardian) The late Mrs R. McCulloch - an appreciation. She was born in Canton Ontario where family settled when they came to Canada as United Emprire Loyalists. In 1872 she married the Rev. Robert McCulloch and she died in Mar 1924 Toronto Ontario. She was survived by her husband, 2 daughters: Mrs George E. Deroche of Belleville Ontario, and Miss Ella at home, 3 sons: Dr Edward A. McCullough, Dr R.J. Percy McCullough and Dr. Ernest McCullough all of Toronto Ontario, 6 grandchildren, 1 brother Mr Ephraim Hawkins of Port Hope and 1 sister Mrs W.B. Bashford of Rosthern SK., 1869 Melbourne, 1871 Moore (Lambton Co.),

McCULLOUGH, William was born in 1815 in Ireland and was received on rial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1840. Rev. George Henry Kenney was married on June 28, 1864 to Lydia, daughter of F. McCullough, Esq., of Navan, and sister of the late Revs. William and James B. McCullough. Rev. A.B. Chambers was married on June 16, 1868 to Miss Lucy, third daughter of the late Rev. William McCullough and they had three daughters and two sons. 1842 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1844 Cobourg, 1846-1848 Peterborough, 1854-1855 Woodstock, 1867-1869 Oakville, 1871 Markham (York Co.)

McCULLOUGH, William S. B.A. was born in 1841 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1861, 1869 L'Orignal, 1871 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.)

McCUTCHEON, T. 1878-1880 Merlin (London)

McDIARMID, Neil A. was born in 1847 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Somerville (Victoria Co.)

McDONAGH, William was born in 1831 in County Fermanagh (near Eniskillin) Ireland and was received on trial in 1858. His family came to Canada in 1847 to Brockville. 1849 Toronto, 1850-1852 Victoria College, 1852 received on trial, 1853 Humber, 1854-1855 Newmarket, 1866-1869 Cartwright, 1871 Newcastle (Durham), 1882 Clinton

McDONALD, Davidson was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Bloomfield and Cherry Valley (Prince Edward Co.),

McDONALD, Duncan was born in 1836 in Nova Scotia, 1870-1881 Creemore Nottawsaga Twp. (Simcoe Co.)

McDONALD, G.H. was born in 1841 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Osnabruck (Stormont Co.)

McDONALD, Malcolm was received on trial in 1837, 1855-1869 Stanstead (retired),

McDONALD, William 1830 Charlottetown PEI

Rev. G.M. McDougall McDOUGALL, George Millward. D.D. was received on trial in 1851 was ordained in 1854 and died in February, 1876 during a raging snow storm, 1851-1852 Bruce Mines (Owen Sound), ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Garden River (Owen Sound), 1856 Otonabee (Peterorough Co.), 1857 Rama, 1863-1869 Victoria Saskatchewan,

                                

Rev. John McDougall McDOUGALL, John was born on December 27, 1842 at Owen Sound and was received on trial in 1866. He was married in 1864 to Abigail, daughter of Rev. H.B. Steinhawr, and after her decease he was married again in 1872 to Elizabeth, daughter of S.C. Boyd. 1867-1869 Elk River, 1876-1891 Chairman of Methodist Missions in the Saskatchewan District, N.W.T.

                                

                 

McDOWELL, David C. was born in 1826 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1846, 1852-1853 Whitby, 1854 Perth (Lanark Co.), 1855 Elmsley (Bathurst), 1859 Mountain Twp. (Dundas Co.), 1860 Oxford, 1864 Matilda/Dundas Twp,, 1869 Chairman Smith's Falls (Lanark Co.), 1869-1871 Wolford (Grenville), 1871 Smiths Falls (Lanark Co.)

McDOWELL, Henry was born in 1828 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1851, 1854-1855 Richmond (Ottawa), 1860 Emily (Victoria Co.), 1860 Asphodel (Peterborough Co.), 1861 Dummer (Peterborough Co.), 1865-1867 Cartwright (Durham), 1867-1869 Carleton Place, 1871 Douro (Peterborough Co.)

McDOWELL, J.V. (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam - Rev. J.V. McDowell died on Apr 4 1894 in Lyn Ontario - signed sister Ella McDowell

McFADDEN, William was born in 1805 in Cty of Armagh, Ireland and came to this country with his father about 1815 settling in Leeds Co. where he was engaged in farming. He died on Dec 7, 1885 in Brampton. He married susan, daughter of the late Edward Wilson, Armagh, Ireland who came to the British colonies in 1817 and settled in the City of Kingston. She died in 1872 leaving an only son, William Henry McFadden who became a well known lawyer. Rev. McFadden was received on trial in 1832, 1832 Markham (York Co.), 1835 Mississippi (Augusta), 1840 Asphodel (Peterborough Co.) 1841-1842 Cavan (Newcastle), 1844 Adolphustown, 1848-1850 Ernestown & Camden East, 1849-1850 Richmond, 1850 Napanee, 1851-1852 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1853 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1854 Brighton - Chairman Belleville District, 1855 Murray (Newcastle), 1856-1859 Barrie, 1858 Medonte (Simcoe Co.), 1859 Whitechurch (York), 1860 Darlington, 1863-1864 Greenwood/Brougham, 1866 Unionville (York Co.), 1868-1869 Chinguacousy (Peel Co.), 1871 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1872 Vaughan (retired), 1878 Christie/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

McFARLANE, C.P. 1918 Kirwood

McFARLANE, James was born in 1849 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Lyn, 1871 Smith's Falls (Lanark Co.), 1897 East Ward Lindsay,

McFULTON, Jotham A.M. 1870 Summerside PEI

McGEE, Thomas 1840 Oswegatchie District,

McGILL, Matthew Episcopal, 1849 Caradoc/London,

McGILL, William was received on trial in 1847, 1847 Waterloo circuit, 1852 Carleton Place, 1854-1855 Aylmer (Ottawa), 1866-1868 Morrisburgh, 1868 Camden East,

McGUIRE, John Robert was born in 1821 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Holland (Grey Co.), 1866 Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.)

McINTYRE, C.L. 1914 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

McINTYRE, John 1835 received on trial at Conference in Hamilton, 1835 Mississippi (Augusta)

McKAY, J.W. Episcopal, 1865 Thornbury, (Grey Co.), 1896 Hamilton

McKEE, R. 1921 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

McKEE, T.S. 1894-1898 Baileyboro,

McKELVEY, Charles was married in Moore Twp. to Angelina Thomas who was born on October 27, 1843 in St. Thomas and died before 1871, 1865 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

McKENZIE, Donald C. M.A. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

McKEOWN, Hezekiah 1870 St. Stephen N.B.

McLAREN, J.M. B.A. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

McLAREN P.J. B.A. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

McLAUGHLIN, N. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1884,

McLEAN, Hugh was born in 1831 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1857, 1859 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1860 Binbrook, 1864-1865 South Mountain, 1867-1869 Salford, 1871 Dereham (Oxford Co.)

McLEAN, John was born in 1828 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

McMILLAN, W. 1862-1864 Denbeigh, 1883 Castleton

McMULLEN, Daniel was received on trial in 1821, 1830 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1847 Ameliasburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1850 Adolphustown, 1854-1855 Picton (Prince Edward Co.) supernumerary, 1861-1869 Picton (retired)

McMULLEN, Daniel was born in 1835 in the Bay of Quinte and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister, died in 1923 and married Eliza Conger, 1862 Maryborough (Wellington Co.)

McMULLEN, J.A. 1895-1901 Springville Monaghan Twp., 1913 East Ward Lindsay,

McMULLEN, Thomas was born in 1807 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1833, 1835 Toronto Circuit, 1838-1839 Florence/Thames, 1844 Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1850 Cartwright/Manvers, 1851 Metcalf, 1852-1853 Portage du Fort, 1854-1855 Huntley/March (Ottawa), 1857 Marmora (Hastings Co.), 1869-1871 Yorkville (York Co.)(retired)

McMULLEN, William 1902-1905 Florence

McMURRAY, John 1854 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Newport N.S.

McMURTY, James 1923 Limerick Saskatchewan (Christian Guardian) Births - McMurty, a son was born on Dec 22 1923 in Limerick SK, son of Rev. James and Mrs McMurty

McNAB, Alexander was born in Belleville, was educated for the Methodist ministry, and was for some time Principal of Victoria College, Cobourg, 1835 Stamford (Niagara), 1840-1841 Binbrook, Owing to changes in his theological views he went over to the Church of England and was appointed to the charge in Bowmanville. The residence was at the Wilmot's old church, Clarke Twp.

McNAIR, Thomas was born in 1849 in Ireland, 1871 Yarmouth (Elgin Co.)

McNAMARA, George was received on trial in 1851, 1862 Bracebridge, 1867-1869 Bolsover,

McNAMARA J.W. 1906 Drayton (Wellington Co.)

McNUTT, Arthur 1835 St. Johns New Brunswick

McRITCHIE, George was received on trial in 1850 and ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Kingston, 1860 Burgess Twp. (Johnstown), 1864-1865 Ernestown, 1866-1869 Montreal South, 1872 Windham, 1885 Augusta (Leeds Co.)

McROBBIE, Gilbert G. 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

McVETY, T.W. was born in Canada, 1878 Odessa Ernestown Twp. (Lennox & Addington Co.)

McVITTY, G.C. officiated at Norfolk Street Methodist Church, a wedding June 7, 1923

MEACHAM, George M. M.A. D.D. was received on trial in 1856, 1862 Bradford, 1863 Fergus (Wellington Co.), 1864 Bethany Peel (Wellington Co.), 1864-1866 Fergus/Nichol/Pilkington/Elora (Wellington Co.), 1866-1868 Montreal West, 1868 Frankford (Victoria Co.),1873 Napanee, Canadian Missionary in Japan

MEEKER, Benjamin was born in 1788 in Weybridge, VT, USA, 1851-1857 & 1865 Winchester (Dundas Co.),

MEEKER Philip Harold was born in 1840 the son of Samuel and Nancy Meeker, 1861 living Osnaruck

MELLISH, I.M. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1877,

MELLOR, J. 1902 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

MERCER, R.F. 1924 Drew Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Earl Bryce Mercer was born on Mar 1 1924 at parsonage Drew Station Ontario. He was the son of Rev. R.F. and Mrs Mercer

MERCER, W. Seeley, died in a blizzard on Feb 4 1924 in Newfoundland (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. T.G. Seeley - an appreciation. He died on Mar 22 1924 at the General Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba and was buried Elmwood Cemetery. A native of Newfoundland, he worked at Maidstone SK and spent 22 months at the sanitorium in Ninette Manitoba after a serious operation. He then moved to Winnipeg Manitoba around 1922. His brother, Rev. W.R. Seeley of Sidney Mines and uncle Rev. W.R. Mercer of SK were with him at time of death. His cousin Rev. W. Seeley Mercer died in a blizzard on Feb 4 1924 in Newfoundland. (Christian Guardian) Rev W.S. Mercer - memorial. He grew up in Bay Roberts and died in a blizzard in Fogo NFLD. He was survived by parents, wife and young son

MERROW, Edward was born in 1841 in Ontario, 1871 Blenheim (Oxford Co.)

MERWIN, Samuel, was born in Durham, Connecticut, September 13, 1777., Soon after he entered upon his itinerant career, namely, in the year 1803, he was sent as a missionary to Lower Canada, and took his first station in Quebec, a place almost wholly given to the idolatry of Roman Catholicism, and where Protestantism had little more than a "name to live." Such were the discouraging circumstances attending this first effort to plant Methodism in that strong-hold of iniquity, that brother Merwin continued his ministrations only about six weeks, when he left for Montreal. During this short stay, however, he made a favorable impression on some hearts, which opened the way for future efforts with greater promise of success.

MESSMORE, Joseph was received in 1828, 1832 Thorold, 1835 Longpoint (Niagara), 1836 Brantford, 1837-1838 Thorold, 1852-1853 Georgetown, 1854-1855 Waterdown, 1862-1869 Simcoe (retired)

METCALF, Franklin was born in 1803 in Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), Obituary: Died on Mon 24 Apr 1830 in York, 3rd inst., Mrs. Isabel Metcalf, wife of the Rev. Franklin Metcalf, Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church at that place. 1830 York, 1834 Fredericksburg, 1835 dispute at Hamilton Conference and he retired on the spot to a farm on the Ottawa River near Point Fortune.

METCALFE, James F. was born in 1847 in Ontario, 1868 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1870-1871 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1874 Hampton (Durham Co.)

MEYER, Fred F. was born in 1839 in Germany, New Connexion, 1871 Woolwich Twp. (Waterloo Co.)

MEYERS, Tobias was born in 1837 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Mariposa (Ontario Co.). He was buried at Whites Cemetery, Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.)

MIDDLETON Eli was born in 1845 in England and died on May 17 1924 in Toronto and was buried in Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario, Primitive, He came to Canada around 1867, 1870 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1874-1877 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Eli Middleton born England about 79 years ago died May 17 1924 Toronto Ontario, buried Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario, came to Canada around 1867, survived by wife and 1 son Jesse E. of Toronto Ontario

MIGHT, Samuel was born in 1833 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1859, 1869 Shannonville (Hastings Co.), 1871 Port Hope (Durham Co.)

MILES, Stephen was received on trial in 1836, 1837 Florence, 1844-1845 Ernestown & Camden East, 1845 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1846 Madoc (Hastings Co.), 1847-1848 Marmora (Hastings Co.), 1850-1851 Camden East, 1851 Fredericksburg, 1848-1855 Hazzards Corners (Frontenac), 1854-1855 Madoc (Hastings Co.) superannuated, 1856-1869 Newburg (retired)

MILL, John C. 1835 Newmarket

MILLAR, J.H. 1911-1915 South Mountain

MILLARD, M. 1877-1881 Ayr N. Dumfries Twp. (Waterloo Co.)

MILLEN, Albert E. 1924-1925 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

MILLER, Aaron D. was received on trial in 1850, 1854-1855 Bath/Amherst Isle (Kigston), 1857-1859 Maryborough/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1866 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1866-1870 Arthur Methodist (Wellington Co.)

MILLER, D. Andrew was born in 1826 in Ontario, 1871 Belleville (Hastings Co.)

MILLER, George was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1869 Uxbridge (Ontario Co.), 1871 Gwillimbury East (York Co.), 1885 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

MILLER, Gilbert was received in 1829, 1826 Pinacle St Belleville, 1833 Albion, 1836 Coldwater (resident missionary to the Indians), 1840 Cavan (Durham), 1844-1845 Lindsay, 1846-1869 Picton (Prince Edward Co.) supernumerary(retired)

MILLER, H.J. 1923 Vancouver (Christian Guardian) Mrs Miller wife of Rev. H.J. Miller of Vancouver BC died a few days ago and was buried in Cookstown Ontario in Feb 1923

MILLER, Robert b 1836 Ontario, British Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Trafalgar (Halton Co.)

MILLER, T.W. 1884 Alma Peel Tp. (Wellington Co.)

MILLER, William W. was born in 1825 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1856, 1859 Lindsay, 1864 Napier (Middlesex Co.), 1866-1868 Fredericksburg (Lennox Co.), 1868 Camden East, 1869 Harrowsmith, 1871 Portland (Addington Co.)

MILLIGAN, George S. A.M. 1870 Charlottetown PEI

MILLIKEN, Andrew was received on trial in 1856, 1852 & 1862 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1857 Vespra/Medonte (Simcoe Co.), 1858 Oro (Simcoe Co.), 1859-1860 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1860-1862 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1862-1863 Fergus/Elora/Peel/Minto (Wellington Co.), 1866 & 1868 Minto (Wellington Co.), 1867-1868 Mornington (Perth Co.), 1869-1872 Howick (Huron Co.) In the 1860's Winterbourne was a mission project of Trinity Methodist Church in Waterloo. When the Rev. Miliken was preaching with all the gusto he could muster to win souls for the Lord, a little black animal with a white strip down its back, rushed into the room and disrupted the meeting. Even the offering was forgotten in the haste that day to vacate the room.

MILLIKEN, R. 1858-1862 Eramosa (Wellington Co.)

MILLS, Edwin was born in PEI and was ordained in 1867, 1870 Knowlesville N.B.

MILLS, John 1904-1906 Trustee Norfolk St Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.)

MILLS, John was born in Ireland and was received on trial in 1851, 1851 Newborough (Kingston), 1852 on trial, 1854-1855 Bowmanville, 1855-1856 Camden East, 1856 Richmond, 1861 Hullett (Huron Co.), 1866-1869 Paris (Brant Co.)

MILLS, William was received on trial in 1869. He was married to Hannah Ellis in Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.) on Tuesday June 17, 1873 at the home of her parents Edward and Mary Ellis. The wedding was officiated by Rev. Thomas Stobbs. Rev. Mills was to become the minister of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, in Heslper in 1883. Before his marriage to Hannah Ellis, he was "in training" for the ministry. His travels as an assistant minister would have take him to Ellis Church in Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1869 Innisfil, 1875 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1877-1878 Cumnock Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1883 Hespler, 1883-1886 Ellis Church Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

MILNER, James 1838-1839 Florence/Thames

MILNER, John was born in 1830 in England, Primitive, 1871 Barrie (Simcoe Co.)

MINTER, Rev. Episcopal 1889 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

Rev. George A. Mitchell MITCHELL, George A. was born on January 31, 1841 in North Toronto, Ontario, and was received on trial in 1865 and died on October 20, 1922 in his 83rd year at his daughter's home in Lacombe Alberta with the funeral Oct 23 at son's home (Brig. General C.H. Mitchell) in Toronto Ontario. 1865 Clinton, 1866 Cooksville, 1868 Sarnia, 1869-1871 Oil Springs (Lambton Co.), 1871 Chatham, 1872 Petrolia, 1875 Kincardine, 1878 Wingham, 1881 Exeter, 1884 Harriston, 1887 Niagara Falls South, 1890 Tilsonburg, 1891 Zion Tabernacle Hamilton

                                

                                

MITCHELL, James 1840 London

MITCHELL, R. 1907-1910 Florence

MOFFATT, R.C. 1872 Walkerton

MONTGOMERY, Hugh born in Ireland,1835 Perth (Lanark Co.), 1840 Binbrook, 1854 left to join the Anglican Church

MONTGOMERY, James was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Cooksville,

MOONEY, J. 1884-1886 Binbrook,

MOORE, B.C. was born in the United States, Episcopal, 1876 Trecastle Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1867-1877 Embro West Zorra Twp.(Oxford Co.), 1881 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

MOORE, D.D. M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1879,

MOORE, Ezra B. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1864, 1870 Jacksonville N.B.

MOORE, Frederick W. was born in PEI and was received on trial in 1851, 1870 Charlotetown PEI (retired)

MOORE, J.E. D.D. married Eleanore Thompson born 1850 and died March 9 1924 Uxbridge Ontario, 1923-1924 Uxbridge, (Christian Guardian) - Mrs. (Rev) E.T. Moore - an appreciation. In 1850 she was born Eleanor Thompson, daughter of late Mr. G. Thompson of Sanford Ontario and married 47 years ago Rev. Dr. J.E. Moore and she died Mar 9 1924 at home at the age of 74 years old. In 1914 settled at Uxbridge Ontario and is survived by husband and 2 sons: Dr. H. Moore of Lakefield and Frederick Moore at home.

Rev. T. Albert Moore MOORE, T. Albert was born on June 29, 1860 at Acton, Ontario. He was married on September 16, 1884 to Miss Lissa Newton. of Woodstock, Ontario. Commencing business as a printer at the age of fourteen, he became both editor and proprietor of the Acton Free Press within three years in 1877. He was received on trial at the London Conference in 1880 and was ordained in 1884. 1880 London North, 1881 Belmont, 1882-1884 Salford, 1884-1887 Drumbo, 1887-1890 Princeton, 1891 Simcoe Street Hamilton, 1919 Secretary of the Board of Evangelism

                                

MOOTE, S.A. married Grace Wood, 1924 South Cayuga Ontario

MORDEN, John P. was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 London Tp. (Middlesex Co.)

MORGAN, J.H. 1893 Keewatin (Algoma)

MORGAN, James was born in 1830 in England and died on Feb 4, 1858 in Dundas (Wentworth Co.), and was received on trial in 1855, 1855 Woodstock, 1856 Aylmer, 1857 Ingersoll, 1858 Dundas

MORRIS, A.H. 1870 Miramachi N.B.

MORRIS, G.F. 1893 Thorold

MORRISON, H.L. 1923 Arnprior Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Kenneth Lloyd Morrison was born on Sep 3 1923 in Arnprior Ontario. He was the son of Rev. and Mrs. H.L. Morrison

MORRISON, John H. was born in 1857 in Plympton Ontario and died in 1924 in Sarnia Ontario. He was married to Rose Bloom. 1888-1891 Florence

MORRISON, Samuel was born in 1813 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Markham (York Co.)

MORRISON, W.F. B.A. 1864 Lindsay,

MORROW, Edward B.A. was received on trial in 1862, 1865 Greenwood/Brougham, 1866 Millbrook, 1869 Paris, 1872 Burford (Oxford Co.)

MORROW, Henry was born in 1826 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Manvers (Durham)

MORROW, Milton C. D.D. 1899-1902, 1921-1924 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

MORTON, Arthur D. AM 1870 Kentville N.S. and exchanged with the Horton N.S. minister once a month.

MORTON, Lewis In 1848 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference.

MORTON, Rolland 1870 Albion Mines N.S.

MORTON, Stanley Edgar was born on Apr 11 1884 and died on Jan 1 1940 and buried at Thomasburg Cemetery, Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.) He married Mathilda Blanche Thompson who was born in 1889.

MORTON, William was born in 1817 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1842, 1847 Templeton (Quebec), 1847 Murray (Northumberland Co.), 1849 Dummer (Colbourne), 1849 Asphodel (Peterborough Co.), 1851 Cavan (Durham Co.), 1854-1855 l'Orignal (Ottawa), 1863 Elizabethtown (Leeds Co.), 1867-1868 Matilda/Edwardsburgh (Grenville Co.), 1871 Iroquois Village (Dundas Co.)

MOSHER, J.A. 1870 Maitland N.S.

MOSS, James was received in 1867, 1869 St. George,

MOSS, William H. was born in 1839 in England, New Connexion Methodist. He married Catherine J. Moss who was born in 1838 and died in 1924 in Milverton Ontario, 1865 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1871 Trafalgar (Halton Co.), 1924 Benmiller Ontario

MOTYER, A.C. 1922 Boston Mass. (Christian Guardian) Wedding - Motyer-Jefferson married on Dec 27 1922 in Lambeth Edna, daughter of Rev. and Mrs Selby Jefferson to Rev. A.C. Motyer, son of Mr and Mrs Motyer of Hamilton, Bermuda. The father of bride officiated and the couple will reside in Boston Mass.

MOYER, Isaac M. Primitive, 1915-1918 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

MULKINS, H. 1835 Yonge Street

MULLEN, Thomas 1833 Wellington Co.

MUNDAY, John H. 1908 Wesley/Underwood,

MURRAY, Edwin W. Episcopal, 1877 Kitchener (Waterloo Co.)

MURRAY, George 1834 Ayr, 1862 Blenheim (Oxford Co.)

MURRAY, Holt 1910-1914 Carsonby

MURRAY, S. 1919-1926 Merlin (London)

MUSGROVE, James was born in 1815, Episcopal 1835 Longpoint (Niagara), 1836 Hamilton, 1837-1838 Thorold, 1842 Binbrook, 1849 Matilda (Eastern), 1850 Alnwick (Northumberland Co.), 1853-1855 Alderville - his attention shall be principally directed to the Industrial School, 1870 Paris (Brant Co.), son was John who married Charlotte Thackeray (b abt 1850) in Alnwick, Northumberland Ontario and he was a school teacher

MYERS, Peter Episcopal, 1876 Binbrook, 1907-1910 Florence

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NANKEVILLE, Benjamin was born in 1799 and died in 1856 in Cooksville, 1835 Dumfries Toronto District, 1838 Guelph, 1844 Elizabethtown (Johnstown), 1844 Augusta, 1845 Oxford, 1846-1847 North Gower/Beckwith (Bathurst/Fenlon), 1846-1848 Goulbourn (Dalhousie), 1853 Brampton, 1854-1855 Cooksville, (Christian Guardian) 18 April 1858 Streetsville - Mrs. Mary Nankeville, widow of the late Rev. B. Nankeville Wesleyan minister died suddenly.

NARRAWAY, James H. A.M. was born in PEI and was received on trial in 1854, 1851 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 St. John N.B. (retired)

NATTRASS, Timothy, Primitive, 1858 Galt, 1861-1864 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

NAZREY, Willis 1856 first Bishop of the British Methodist Episcopal Church (Brant Co.)

NEELANDS, John was born in 1836 in Port Credit, Ontario and was received on trial in 1859, 1852-1853 Derby (Grey Co.), 1854-1855 Owen Sound supernumerary, 1868-1871 Adelaide (Middlesex Co.), 1877-1880 Florence Euphemia Twp. (Lambton Co.), 1880-1881 Woodslee Maidstone Twp. (Essex Co.)

NELLES, Samuel S. D.D. LL.D. B.A. was born on Oct 17, 1823 in Mount Pleasant (Brantford) and was received on trial in 1847, 1839-1840 Lewiston Academy New York, 1840 Fredonia Chautauqua New York, 1841 Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima New York, 1842 Victoria College Cobourg, 1846 teacher at Newburg Academy in Lennox Co., 1847-1848 Port Hope, 1848-1850 Adelaide Street Church Toronto, 1850 London, 1880 president Victoria College, associate representative with Rev. Isaac Brock Aylesworth, of the general Conference at the Methodist Episcopal General Conference, Philadelphia, 1884.

NELSON, J.F. 1870 Iroquois (Stormont Co.)

NEPPEL, John was born in 1841 in Ireland, 1871 Bruce Mines (Algoma)

NEWCOMBE, H.A. 1892 Wesley/Underwood,

NEWLOVE, George entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1831. After a year in the Stanstead Circuit, he was sent as a missionary to Canada. He died of cholera only a few weeks after his arrival in 1833.

NEWSON, Charles was born in 1831 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Cramahe (Northumberland Co.)

NEWTON, Joshua 1794-1795 PEI local preacher

NEWTON, Robert representative from the Wesleyan Methodist conference at the Methodist Episcopal General Conference of 1840 in Baltimore, M.D.

NEWTON, Thomas

NEWTON, William was born in 1820 in England, Primitive 1851 Hamilton, 1857-1858 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.) 1858 Plattsville, 1865-1866 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 Caradoc (Middlesex Co.),

NICHOLSON, T. Episcopal, 1884 Binbrook,

NIGHTENGALE, John H. married Mattie Dealy of Edmonton, 1923 Lacombe Alberta (Christian Guardian) Births - Florence Patricia Nightengale was born on Aug 21 1923 at Lacombe Hospital Alberta. She was a daughter for Rev. John H. and Mrs. Nightengale (nee Mattie Dealy of Edmonton Alberta)

NICHOLLS, Matthew Primitive 1844 Bethel/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1846-1847 Paisley Street Guelph (Wellington Co.)

NICOLSON, Alex W. 1870 Windsor N.S.

NIXON, James Eliscopal, 1843 Malahide,

NOLLEN, Frederick was born in 1824 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Hichinbrooke (Addington)

NORMAN, William T. was born in 1800 in New Brunswick, Episcopal, 1871 Murray (Northumberland Co.), 1887 Greenwood,

NORRIS, James was received on trial in 1827, 1833 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1835 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1836 Emily Tp., 1840 Markham (York Co.), 1865-1869 Omemee (retired)

NORRIS, John S. was born in 1845 on the Isle of Wight, Episcopal, 1871 Madoc (Hastings Co.)

NORTON, William was received on trial in 1855, 1865 Chatsworth (Grey Co.), 1867 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1867-1869 Bannockburn,

Rev. Francis E. Nugent NUGENT, Francis E. was born on November 21, 1842 at Tyrone, Durham Co., Ontario and was received on trial in 1867 and was ordained in 1871 in Owen Sound, New Connexion, 1867 Millbrook, 1868 Erin, 1869-1871 Waterford, 1871 Milford, 1874 Goderich, 1876 Harmony, 1878 Bayham, 1880 Hespler/Ellis Church Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1883 Berlin, 1886 Lucknow, 1888 Listowel, 1891 Mitchell,

                                

                                

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ODERY, J. 1879-1881 Binbrook,

OGDEN, Thomas was born in 1799 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Kitley (Leeds Co.)

O'HARA, James was born in 1837 in Ireland, 1871 Erin (Wellington Co.)

OLIVANT, Edward 1875 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

OLIVER, John was born in 1789 and was accepted by the 1819 Conference on the recommendation of John Davies, Superintendent minister of the Nottingham circuit. He was described as a single man, possessed of good health, a strong constitution, deep piety and good ability. Oliver expressed himself as willing to be sent to any part of the world and from 1820 to 1822 he was stationed in Grand Bank, Newfoundland. He returned to England and served circuits in England and Wales. Oliver disappeared from the list of ministers between 1827 and 1833.

OLIVER, Joseph W. D.D. Episcopal 1891 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 Sarnia, 1922 Champion Alberta (Christian Guardian) Births - John Lloyd Oliver was born on Nov 15 1922 in Champion Alberta to Rev. J.W. and Mrs Oliver

OLIVER, Robert F. was born in 1834 in Ontario, was received in 1869 and died in 1905. He married Mary Louise Dunlap who died on October 7, 1923 in Brockville Ontario, 1871 Verulam (Victoria Co.). (Christian Guardian) The late Mrs R.F. Oliver was born Mary Louise Dunlap and died Oct 7 1923 at home of daughter Mrs M.L. Dixon of Brockville Ontario widow of Rev. R.F. Oliver (died 18 years ago). She was survived by 1 sister Mrs Frank Cochrane of Ottawa Ontario, 1 brother D.A. Dunlap of Toronto Ontario, 3 daughters: Mrs M.L. Dixon of Brockville Ontario, Mrs A.E. Crummery of Frankville Ontario, Rev Mrs H.H. Hillis of Pakenham Ontario, 2 granddaughters: Doris Dixon and Margaret Hillis

ORMEROD, John 1863 Peel Co.

ORSER, Ezra was born in 1819 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1850-1851 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Kingston

OSBORNE, John C. was born in 1821 in Ontario, 1854-1856 Lindsay and will exchange with the minister at Metcalfe once in six weeks, 1871 Marmora & Lake (Hastings Co.),

OSBORNE, W.R. 1918 Thorndale (Middlesex Co.), 1922 Londesboro (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Mrs. M.J. Bentley was born Pamela Todd on Oct 31 1854 in the Twp of Cartwright, Durham Co., Ontario. She married on May 31 1876 M.J. Bentley and she died on Oct 9 1922. At the age of six her family moved to Kent Co. and settled at Guilds near Blenheim Ontario. She was survived by her husband, 1 son Rev H.J. Bentley of Charing Cross and 1 daughter Mrs (Rev) W.R. Osborne of Londesboro

OTTOWELL, 1899-1902 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

ORME, James was born in 1838 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Middleton (Norfolk Co.)

OWEN, Jesse Episcopal 1833 London,

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PADGHAM, R. 1872 Binbrook,

PADDON, C.N. 1924 Wesley/Underwood,

PAGE, A. 1913-1916 Florence

PAISLEY, Charles H. A.M. 1870 Dartmouth, 1889 President New Brunswick and PEI Conferences

PARENT, Amand was received on trial in 1857, 1865-1869 South Roxton, French River

PARK, Perry spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) October 1920, a Y.M.C.A. Secretary at home on furlough from India

PARKE, Nathan Episcopal, 1845 Mosa/London, 1847 Chatham,

PARKE, W.H. 1866 Camden East,

PARKER, Isaac N. 1870 Greenwich N.B.

PARKER, R. M.A. 1879-1881 Thorold

PARKER, William R. M.A. was born in 1832 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1856, 1855 graduated from Victoria College, 1869-1871 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1882 Moorehouse/Florence Circuit chairman of district

PARR, Harold 1924 Toronto Ontario

PARR, Maxwell 1924 Tilbury Ontario

PARR, Theo J. M.A. 1901-1904 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

PARSONS, M.L. 1889 President Bay of Quinte Conference

PARSONS, Robert Campbell was born in 1831 in Ontario and died in 1923 Episcopal, 1851-1853 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 Welland, 1880 Southwold/London,

PARSONS, W. Episcopal, 1883 Binbrook,

PASCOE, Joseph 1870 Fogo Nfld

PATRICK, William 1835 Rideau (Augusta)

PATTERSON, Harry P. 1922 Nova Scotia Conference (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs S.A. Patterson - an appreciation. She was born Susan A. Pearson on Dec 1 1844 in Cornwallis Nova Scotia, the daughter of John E. and Isabel R. Pearson. She married in 1868 Nelson H. Patterson of Aylesford Nova Scotia (predeceased 23 years ago) and she died on Feb 11 1924 at the home of her daughter in Montreal PQ from cancer. She was buried at Aylesford Methodist Cemetery, Aylesford Nova Scotia, beside her husband. She was survived by her children: Rev. Harry P. Patterson (eldest) of Nova Scotia Conference, Sampson Amos Patterson (died in 1917), Frank Stewart Patterson and Lamert Stevens Patterson of Montreal PQ and only living daughter Mrs John Simpson Astbury of Montreal PQ

PATTERSON, Jacob 1858 Pelham

PATTERSON, R.M. 1921-1925 Baileyboro,

PATTERSON, Roundy was born in 1839 in England, Primitive, 1871 Kingston Tp. (Frontenac Co.)

PATTESON, W.L.T. 1923 Manitoba (Christian Guardian) Births - Patteson, a daughter was born on Jan 19 1923 in Waskada Manitoba to the Rev. W.L.T. and Mrs Patteson

PATTIE, Elias 1837 Oswegatchie District,

PATTISON, Jacob Episcopal, 1843 Binbrook,

PATTYSON William M. was received on trial in 1846, 1854-1855 Osgoode (Ottawa), 1869-1877 Norwood Asphodel Twp. (Peterborough Co.), 1878 East Ward Lindsay,

PAUL, Richard was born in 1827 in England, Primitive, 1856-1857 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.) 1871 Oneida (Haldimand Co.), 1877 Milliken's Corners/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1893 Brussels

PAYSON, George B. 1870 Gagetown N.B.

PAYTE, W.H. 1862-1865 Camden East,

PEACH, John S. 1870 Island Cove Nfld

PEACOCK, Thomas was born in 1817 in Yorkshire England, 1847 Emegrated to Canada, 1849-1850 Mosa/Wardsville (Middlesex Co.), 1852 Ordained, 1854-1855 Sandwich/Windsor

PEAKE, Edwin was born in Devonshire England, 1852 Carleton Place, 1853 received on trial, 1854-1855 Maitland (Brockville), 1856 Montreal (Christian Guadian ) Late Lewis C. Peake was born on July 18 1842 in Plymouth England He was the seventh son of Thomas and Anne Peake of Plymouth England. He married Miss Margaret Monahan in Montreal PQ and he died in 1923. In 1856 he came to Canada and lived with his brother Rev. Edwin Peake of Montreal Conference. In 1867 he moved to Toronto Ontario. He is survived by his wife, daughters and son

PEAKE, William H. was born in 1835 in England and was received on trial in 1858, 1864 Ernestown, 1866-1869 Durham (Quebec), 1871 Cumberland (Russell Co.), 1888-1891 Ernestown & Fredericksburg, 1893 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

PEALE, James G. early circuit rider in Belleville

PEARCE, Gershom 1830 Oswegatchie District,

PEAREN, James was received on trial in 1866, 1869 Elora (Wellington Co.)

PEARLEY, William 1879 Edwardsburg

PEARSON, E.A., B.A. D.D. 1895 Whitchurch, 1917 Norfolk St. Guelph (Welington Co.)

PEARSON, Marmaduke L. was born in 1844 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1862, 1869 Odessa, 1871 Ernestown (Lennox), 1885-1886 Lindsay,

PEARSON, Thomas D. was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1852, 1852-1853 Belleville, 1853 received on trial, 1854-1855 Chatham, 1866-1868 Binbrook, 1869 Hullsville, 1871 Walpole (Haldimand Co.)

PECK, William was born in 1827 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Crosby (Leeds Co.), 1877 Lansdowne (Leeds Co.). 1880 Beachburg Westmeath Twp.(Renfrew Co.) living on 130 acres on Con 2 Lot 10.

PEEVER, R.G. D.D. 1923 Hamilton Ontario (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Cruess - Peever. Miss Annette Peever to Mr. Leigh Saunders Cruess of New York married on Sept 11 1923 at parsonage in Hamilton Ontario by Rev. Dr. R.G. Peever the father of the bride.

PELLEY, E.G. Episcopal, 1870 Green's Pond Nfld, 1880 Goderich,

PENHALL, William died 1923 Calgary Alberta and was married to Eliza Hunt, 1901 Morris (Huron Co.)

PENNY, William Frederick 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student, 1873 Pownal PEI,

PEPPER, John was born in 1844 in Wentworth Co., worked in Brant, Simcoe, Bruce, Grey and Peel Counties. He died in 1924 in Syracuse New York and was buried in Gravenhurst, Muskoka District. He married Harriet Patton who was born in 1850 in Wentworth Co. Ontario and died in 1940. In 1924 they were living in Syracuse New York (Christian Guardian) Oct 1923 Rev. John Pepper is critically ill and is residing with his daughter at 2005 South Geddes St. Syracuse NY

PERCIVAL, William W. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1861, 1870 Florenceville N.B.

PERKINS, W.W. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1857, 1859 Charlottetown PEI

PERRIN, David A. 1867 Binbrook, 1869 desisted irregularly and was ceased to be recognized as a minister.

PERRY, Charles E. was born in 1837 in Ontario, was received on trial in 1864 and died in 1923. He married Mrs.C.E. (nee Sneath) who was born in 1860 in Ontario and died in 1924 in Ontario. 1867 Anglesea, 1868 Denbigh and Mattawachin, 1869 Clarendon (Frontenac Co.), 1870 Proton (Dufferin Co.), 1871-1873 Artemesia (Grey Co.)

PERRY, David was born in 1834 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Gwillimbury East (York Co.)

PERRY, D. Episcopal 1835-1839 Smith's Creek Circuit

PERRY, Robert Episcopal 1807 Smith's Creek Circuit

PERRY, Thomas P. Primitive, 1894-1895 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.),

PETERS, Neil Denis was born in 1839 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Denbigh (Addington Co.)

PETERSON, A.L. was born in 1830 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1856, 1857 Lindsay, 1869 Avonmore, 1871 Roxborough Twp. (Stormont Co.),

PETHERICK, William (Christian Guardian) November 1879 - Rev. Petherick was born in Devonshire, England in 1799 and joined the BC Church in his 17th year and was appointed a local preacher four years later. At age 25 he entered regular ministry and six years later he went to Ohio as a pioneer preacher. Seven years later he moved to Ontario and after a brief residence he settled at Sparta. For 37 years he served as a Wesleyan Methodist local preacher. His closing years were spent in St. Thomas where he died October 23, 1879

PETTYS, Charles Episcopal, 1837-1838 and 1840 London

PHELP, William 1848 Esquesing (Halton Co.)

PHELPS, Leonard 1904 East Ward Lindsay, 1908-1909 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1924 Markham Ontario (Christian Guardian) Mrs. Phelps died on Jan 10 1924 at the parsonage in Markham Ontario after a long illness. She was the wife of Rev. L. Phelps

PHELPS, Richard was born in 1797 in the United States and was received on trial in 1827, 1829 Thames, 1835 Canboro (Niagara), 1847-1849 Gosfield/Amherstburgh (Western), 1854-1855 Belmont (London District) superannuated, 1865-1869 Ridgetown (retired), 1871 Howard (Bothwell)

PHILIP, John was born in 1840 in Ontario, 1871 Essex Co. Windsor Town, 1893 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

PHILIP, William was born in 1809 in England, 1841 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1842 Binbrook, 1846 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1846 W. Flamborough (Wentworth Co.), 1846-1848 Nassagawega/Esquesing (Halton Co.), 1849 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1850 Whitby, 1852 Lyn/Elizabethtown (Leeds Co.), 1854-1855 Waterloo (Kingston), 1857 Clarke Twp. (Durham Co.), 1863-1864 Flamborough East (Wentworth Co.), 1871 Flamborough East (Wentworth Co.), 1879-1882 South Mountain, 1894-1896 Carsonby

PHILLIP, J.L. Episcopal, 1856 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.

PHILLIP, R. 1872 Esquesing (Halton Co.)

PHILLIPS, Alfred Moore B.D. was born on Jan 24, 1846 near the village of Wellington, Hillier Twp. (Prince Edward Co.). He married, on June 21st. 1882, Margaret Jane daughter of William Coyne, of St. Thomas. She died in Galt on the 2nd. of December 1884 leaving one child, Alfred Coyne Phillips, aged one and a half years. He was converted in 1866 in Trenton Ontario, 1868 he was made an exhorter on the Brighton Circuit by the Rev. A.A. Smith, 1869 Victoria College, 1870 Morretown Circuit (Sarnia) under superintentence of Rev. George Clark, 1871 received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1872 Oil Springs (Sarnia), 1873-1878 Victoria College, 1875 received into full connexion with the London Conference, at Brantford and was ordained in 1878 in St. Thomas, 1878-1881 Chatham, 1881-1884 St. Thomas, 1884 Galt

PHILLIPS, John R. was born in 1829 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Niagara Twp., 1874-1876 Binbrook, 1879 Superintendent Oaklands Circuit

PHILLIPS, Robert was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Albion, 1872 Esquesing (Halton Co.), 1872 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1873 Mornington (Perth Co.), 1875-1876 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1885 Arthur (Wellington Co.)

PHILLIPS, Samuel B. was received in 1863, 1867-1869 Muskoka,

PHILLIPS, Samuel G. was born in England and was received on trial in 1853, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1869 Dunham, 1878 Oso (Frontenac Co.), 1886 HastingsTrent Bridge Asphodel Twp., 1887 North Marysburg (Prince Edward Co.)

PHILLIPS, William Allen was born in 1842 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Camden East (Addington Co.)

PHILP, John B.A. was received on trial in 1860, 1866-1869 Fairfield,

Rev. Joseph Philp PHILP, Joseph B.D. was born on September 4, 1851 in Manvers Twp. (Durham Co.) and was received on trial in 1869 and was ordained in 1873. He was married on June 11, 1875 to Miss Louisa Wright Bennett of Copetown. 1860 Omemee, 1870 Millbrook, 1871 Nelson, 1872 Ancaster, 1875 Manvers, 1877 Blyth, 1879 Holmsville, 1881 Belgrave, 1883 Sparta, 1885 Talbotville, 1887 St. Thomas Central, 1889 Watford, 1891 East London,

                                

PHILP, Samuel C. Sr. was born in 1811 in England and was received on trial in 1838, 1841 Binbrook, 1843-1844 W. Oxford, 1844 Zorra/Woodstock, 1844 Camden East, 1846 Mosa (London), 1851 Humber, 1849 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1861-1863 Lindsay, 1869 Frankford, 1871 Sidney (Hastings Co.)

PHILP, Samuel C. Jr. was born in 1828 in Ontario, was received on trial in 1856 and died in 1923 in Toronto, 1844 Florence/Chatham, 1853 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1854 Streetsville, 1854-1855 Streetsville/Brampton/Chinguacousy (Peel Co.), 1856 Caledon, 1857 York, 1858 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1858-1860 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1859 Woolwich (Waterloo Co.), 1861-1862 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1865 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1866-1869 Cooksville/Summerville (Peel Co.), 1871 Toronto Tp. (Peel Co.), 1876-1877 Stirling (Hastings Co.), (Christian Guardian) Personals - Rev S.C. Philp died on January 3, 1923 in his 88th year in Toronto Ontario and was the son of late Rev. S.C. Philp Sr, survived by wife and 4 daughters

PHILP, William was received in 1840, 1855 Waterloo Kingston District, 1862 Flamborough (Wentworth Co.), 1869 Waterdown (retired)

PHINNEY, John S. 1870 Bonavista Nfld

PICARD, Humphrey D.D. 1870 Chairman Maritime Conference

Rev. John Pickering PICKERING, John was born in England and came to Canada in 1872 at the request of Rev. Dr. Punshon, 1873 Aurora, 1875 Markham, 1877 Port Perry, 1879 Pickering, 1881 Richmond Hill, 1883 Eglington, 1885 Richmond St. Toronto

                                

                                

PICKET, Daniel Episcopal 1834 London

PICKETT, Thomas was born in 1842 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Ernestown (Lennox Co.)

PICKLES, F.H.W. 1870 Berwick N.S.

PICKLES, F.M 1870 Digby/Weymouth N.S.

PICKLES, M. 1870 Annapolis N.S. (retired)

PIERCE, L.A. 1923 Toronto (Christian Guardian) Births - Pierce, a son was born on Jan 5 1923 at Wellesley Hospital, Toronto Ontario to Rev. L.A. and Mrs Pierce

PIERCE, Thomas was born in PEI and was ordained in 1880,

PIERCE, William was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Orillia,

PIERSON, J. 1869 Uxbridge (Ontario Co.)

PIKE, John M. 1870 Hopewll N.B.

PIKE, S.J. 1925 Lacolle Quebec

PILCHER, F.H. D.D. 1878 Brantford (Brant Co.)

PINEL, J. 1924 Hudson Heights PQ (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Eliza D. Killam Pinel died on May 18 1924 and was buried Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal PQ. She was the wife of Rev. J. Pinel of Hudson Heights PQ

PINCH, Richard 1855 Blanchard Tp. (Huron Co.), 1856-1857 Berlin and Blenheim (Waterloo Co.)

PITHLADO, Charles B. 1870 St. Andrew's N.B.

PITT, Joseph 1905 Quebec

PLAYTER, George F. was born on Aug 31 1809 in England and died Oct 24 1866. He was buried at Stone Church Cemetery, Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.). For thirty-two years he was a minister of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, author of the first history of Canadian Methodism: "The History of Methodism in Canada", Vol. I published 1862, and died before Vol. II could be published. 1835 Bytown (Ottawa), 1840-1841 & 1852-1853 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Napanee.

POINTER, Richard

POLLARD, William was born in 1820 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1842, 1846 Binbrook/Hamilton, 1848 Blandford (Oxford Co.), 1848 Osborne (London), 1850 Wardsville, 1859 Ernestown, 1866 Toronto, 1868-1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

POMEROY, Daniel Webster 1849 Newburg Addington Co., 1866 Yorkville living at 10 Yonge St. (York Co.), 1872-1873 Brantford (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. William M. Pomeroy - an appreciation. He was born on July 10 1849 in Newburg, Addington Co. Ontario, son of Rev. Daniel Pomeroy. In 1871 he married Miss Sarah Alice Bird of Sydney, Hastings Co. and he died on May 13 1924 at Maidstone and was buried at Windsor Grove Cemetery. In 1918 he retired and settled in Maidstone. He was survived by his widow, 5 sons and 3 daughters - 1 son is Rev. D. Webster Pomeroy

POMEROY, John S. was born in 1837 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1857 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Reach Tp. (Ontario Co.)

Rev. William M. Pomeroy POMEROY, William M. was born on July 10 1849 in Newburg, Addington Co. He was received on trial as an Episcopal Methodist in 1868, 1878 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), and twelve other circuits, 1888-1891 Florence (Lambton Co.). (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. William M. Pomeroy - an appreciation. He was born on July 10 1849 in Newburg, Addington Co. Ontario, son of Rev. Daniel Pomeroy. In 1871 he married Miss Sarah Alice Bird of Sydney, Hastings Co. and he died on May 13 1924 at Maidstone and was buried in Windsor Grove Cemetery. In 1918 he retired and settled in Maidstone. He was survived by his widow, 5 sons and 3 daughters - 1 son is Rev. D. Webster Pomeroy (Christian Guardian) 1924 Veteran's Farewell - Rev. William M. Pomeroy of Maidstone leaves widow and several children.

POOLE, George was born in 1799 in Gory Wexford Ireland and died in Brantford Sept 11, 1853, Joined Wesleyan Methodist Church in 1817, ordained in 1827, 1830 Albion, 1835 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1837-1839 Cavan (Durham), 1839 Peterborough, 1845 Brantford (Brant Co.)

POOLE, Jacob was received on trial in 1863, 1864-1869 Cookstown (retired),

POOLE, William Henry LL.D. was born on Apr 3, 1820 in Cty. Kilkenny, Ireland. In 1831 his father and family emigrated to Canada and settled in the village ofCarleton Place, (Lanark Co.). In 1844 he attended Victoria College and he was received on trial in 1846. On June 17, 1850 he married Mary Ann, second daughter of Simon Delong of Ameliasburg, (Prince Edward Co.) and they had five daughters (all died early) and three sons. 1838 Douro Colbourne, 1853 Yorkville (York Co.), 1855-1857 Peterborough, 1866 Brockwille (Leeds Co.), 1866-1869 Goderich (Huron Co.), 1871 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1874 Toronto, 1874 officiated at the cornestone laying at Dublin Street (Guelph), 1879 Simpson Methodist Episcopal church in Detroit Mich. - immigrated from Ireland in 1831 as an 11 year old, with his family. He became a Methodist Minister in 1846 and spent the next 35 years at 13 different charges around southern Ontario. 1855 officiated at the opening of a new church in Norwood. In 1884 he received a call to the Methodist Episcopalian Church in Detroit, and I think died there in 1896. He had five daughters of which two are Martha Jane, born in 1863, and Hannah Mariah, born in 1866. He had 3 sons, Egerton Ryerson Poole, who was a commercial traveler in Ontario, William Henry Poole who became a Doctor in Detroit, and Charles Albert Poole, a druggist in Detroit.

POPE, Henry was born in 1789 in Padstow Cornwall England, 1816 arrived in Canada as a British Wesleyan Minister, served in Lower Canada, Cornwall and Niagara before arriving in York in 1820, 1826 Charlottetown PEI, 1850 Halifax South (retired)

POPE, Henry Jr. 1849 and 1867 Charlottetown PEI

POPE, R.M. Episcopal 1884-1886 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

POPE, Richard was converted in early life and entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1816. He was almost immediately sent as a missionary to Canada. In 1832 he was forced to become a supernumary through ill health and died later that year in Quebec.

PORTER, John was born in 1846 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Chatham (Kent Co.)

POTTER, Austin was born in 1845 in England, 1871 Macaulay (Muskoka)

POTTER, Richard was received on trial in 1857, 1860-1863 Paris (Brant Co.) 1864 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1865-1866 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1867 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1868 Binbrook, 1868-1869 Glanford, 1870 Binbrook,

Rev. John Potts POTTS, John D.D. was born in 1838 in Maguire's Bridge, Cty. Fermanagh Ireland, and came to Canada in 1855 at the age of seventeen arriving in Kingston. He was received on trial in 1857 after attending Victoria College in Cobourg, married Margaret and in 1881 was living in Toronto, Ontario. 1857 Markham, 1858 Aurora, 1859 Newmarket, 1860-1861 Thorold, 1861 received in full connection, 1861 North St. Methodist Church London with Rev. Richard Jones, 1865 Yorkille Elm St. Methodist Church with Rev. E.H. Dewart living on William St., 1866-1869 Centenary Church Hamilton (named to commemorate the centenary of American Methodism), 1871 St. James Methodist Church Montreal, 1874 Metropolitan Methodist Church Toronto, 1877 Elm St. Toronto, 1880 Metropolitan Methodist Church Toronto, 1883 officiated at the opening of a new church building in Bailyboro

POULTER, E.A. 1912 Wesley/Underwood,

POWLEY, James Episcopal 1836 deligate to General Conference

PRATT, Richard 1861 Charlottetown PEI

PRESCOTT, W.E. 1921 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

PRESTON, James C. was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1851, 1867-1869 Chairman Woodstock, 1871 Woodstock (Oxford Co.), 1873 Ancaster (Wentworth Co.), 1874-1878 Thorold

PRESTON, Walter 1876-1877 Florence/Thames

PRESTON, William was born in 1823 in England, 1871 Grey (Huron Co.)

PRESTWOOD, Paul 1870 Tryon PEI

PRICE, William was born in 1821 in England and was received on trial in 1840, 1839 Coldwater, 1842 Binbrook, 1844 Markham, 1847 Oshawa, 1847 Darlington (Newcastle), 1848 Reach Twp., 1848 Pickering, 1849-1850 Thorold, 1851-1852 Chatham, 1854-1855 St. Thomas, 1869-1871 Seaforth (Huron Co.)

PRINCE, John 1845 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Moncton/Coverdale N.B.

PRINDLE, Andrew was born in 1780 and died in 1855. He became so fat in middle life that a special buggy with extra strong springs had to be built for him, and a very wide chair was made for him. 1809 Bowman Church Ancaster (Wentworth Co.),1811 Scarborough, 1830 Wellington Co., 1833 Galt, 1839 Oswegatchie District, 1854-1855 Glanford/Seneca superannuated

PROPER, Elisha 1862 Flamborough (Wentworth Co.)

PRUDHAM, W. 1909-1912 Binbrook,

PUGH, John D. was born in England, 1852-1853 Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Hinchinbrook (Kingston)

PUGSLEY, Ernest E. 1922 Iroquois Falls ON (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Pugsley, Urban died on Dec 31 1922 in Vancouver BC, aged 71 years old. He was survived by 2 sons and 1 adopted daughter: Rev Ernest E Pugdley of Iroquois Falls Ontario, Edmund L Pugsley and Zella Pugsley of Vancouver BC

PUNCH, Richard 1854-1855 Berlin/Blenheim, 1856 received on trial

PUNSHON. William Morley M.A. D.D., LL.D. (1824-81) was born in 1824 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England the son of a draper. He was converted by the Methodist minister Samuel Romilly Hall and entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1844 after receiving training under his uncle the missionary Benjamin Clough and spending a short period at Richmond Theological Institute. In the 1850s Punshon established a high reputation as a public speaker with lectures that were largely based around the idea of nineteenth century progress. Between 1862 and 1867, Punshon raised Ł10,000 by lecturing and was able to build a series of chapels in seaside towns. He was one of the founders of the Methodist Recorder and in 1868 was appointed British representative to the Canadian Conference. December 17 1871 he officiated at the opening of a new church building in Lindsay. On his return to England, Punshon was elected President in 1874. He was subsequently head of the Home Mission department and a secretary of the Foreign Mission Society. In the late 1870s, Punshon was one of the main advocates of admitting lay representatives to the Conference. He died in 1881 at Brixton Hill in London. 1868 Newburgh, 1869 Toronto President of Conference,

QUARTERMAN, Clive was born on Dec 24 1889 in Oxford England and died on May 24 1942.He was buried at Twelfth Line Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

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RADEOFF, Richard was born in 1832 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.)

RAINEY, G.J.A. Primitive, 1909-1910 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

RAINEY, Thomas was born in 1838 in Ireland, 1871 Arran (Bruce Co.)

RANDALL, Edward 1898 Merlin Ontario

RANEY, William H. was received on trial in 1865 and was married in 1895 to Retta Barclay who was born in 1870 in Elma, Ontario and died on May 3, 1924 in Ottawa Ontario. 1869 North Augusta, 1871 Admaston Twp. (Renfrew Co.), 1895 Pembroke, 1907-1911 South Mountain. (Christian Guardian) The late Mrs. W. Raney - an appreciation, Mrs. Retta Barclay Raney born Elma Omtario, 54 years ago, married 29 years ago Rev. W.H. Raney of Pembroke Ontario and died May 3 1924 Ottawa Ontario, after surgery 4 months prior, funeral May 5, 1924 Ottawa Ontario, survived by husband, 6 sons and 1 daughter: Grant and Miss Grace of Toronto Ontario, Fred, Douglas, Andrew, Wendell and Eric of Pembroke Ontario.

RANKIN, J.A. Episcopal, 1882 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

RATTRAY, Thomas 1845 Thorold, 1846-1848 Binbrook/Hamilton (Wentworth Co.),

RAWSON, Joseph was born in 1834 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Howard (Bothwell)

RAYMOND, Ari African Episcopal Methodist of Boston, Mass, 1838 was sent to Oro Twp. and in 1848 helped to build a MBE church in Oro Twp.

RAYMOND, William 1838-1839 Queen's Bush/Peel (Wellington Co.)

RAYNER, Alfred was born in 1841 in Quebec, 1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

READ, F.A. died on Mar 8 1924 in Toronto Ontario. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. F.A. Read died on Mar 8 1924 in Toronto Ontario and was predeceased by his wife. He was survived by 2 children: Ruth at Ontario College of Education and Frank of Sydenham Ontario

READ, John 1870 Truro N.S., 1888 Charlottetown PEI

REAL, Joseph R. 1879 Greenwood/Brougham, 1908 East Ward Lindsay,

REAY, John 1870 Port-au-Basque Nfld

REDDITT, J.J. 1885 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

REDMAN, A.E. died Jul 30 1919 Victoria British Columbia (Christian Guardian) In Memoriam - Rev A.E. Redman who died on Jul 30 1919 in Victoria BC - signed the family

REED, Fitch was born in 1796 and died in 1871. He was an American Methodist Episcopal missionary who was sent to Canada in 1818. 1820-1822 York and in 1821 the Rev. Fitch Reed, of the Genesee conference, was appointed to York, (now Toronto,) in Upper Canada, with Rev. Kenneth M. K. Smith as his helper. Their mission extended into the settlements in the neighborhood of Toronto, which, at that time, were new, poor, and destitute of the gospel.

REED, F.J. 1922 missionary in China (Christian Guardian) Births - Reed, Dorothy Lorraine was born on Sept 27 1922, a daughter to Rev. F.J. and Mrs Reed (nee Annie Helen Male) of Pengshien W. China

REED, J. 1862 Culloden (Oxford Co.), 1869 Prince Albert (Ontario Co.)

REID, Andrew 1870 Sault Ste. Marie

REID, Henry was born in 1811 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1847, 1850 St. Vincent (Grey Co.), 1854-1857 Peel/Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1857 Blenheim (Brock), 1866-1867 Greenwood/Brougham, 1866-1869 Prince Albert/Pickering, 1871 Reach, 1872 Camden East, 1874 Blanchard Twp. (Huron Co.)

REID, John 1924 Sask. (Christian Guardian) June 1924 Mrs Rev. John Reid died in Saskatchewan

REID, T.R. 1873 St. Vincent Tp. (Grey Co.), 1877-1880 Chatsworth Holland Twp. (Grey Co.), 1885 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

RELIANCE, William was born in 1845 in Ontario, 1871 Rawdon (Hastings Co.), 1877-1879 South Mountain

RENOUS, William S. was born in 1811 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1869 Manilla (Ontario Co.), 1871 Brock (Ontario Co.)

REYNAR, Alfred H. M.A. was received on trial in 1862, 1864-1869 Professor at Victoria College,

REYNOLDS, C.W. 1893 Greenwood, died on Mar 11 1924 in Toronto and was buried in Oshawa Ontario

REYNOLDS, Elie 1891-1894 Johnstown

REYNOLDS, Francis C. was received on trial in 1869 and he was married to Elizabeth Edwards, 1869 Lloydtown, 1870-1872 Minto (Wellington Co.) (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Reynolds George Edwards died Oct 5 1922 at residence in Ottawa Ontario, only son of Rev. Francis Reynolds and wife Elizabeth Edwards

REYNOLDS, John was born in Oxford Twp., Episcopal, better known as "Bishop Reynolds", 1808 Augusta, 1809 Scarborough, 1810-1811 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1813 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.)

Rev. John Reynolds REYNOLDS, John was born on January 30, 1837 in Cornwall, England, and came to Canada at six years old to settle at Cobourg, Ontario. He was married on September 18, 1861 to Mis Lowes of Romney, Ontario and had a family of four sons and four daughters. Episcopal, He was received on trial in 1865 by the Niagara Conference at Strathroy. 1865 Sombra, 1866 Enniskillen, 1867 Sandwich,1868 Wallaceburg, ordained in 1869 at Park Hill, 1871 Embro/Williams West (Middlesex Co.), 1873-1876 Fenwick/Pelham (Welland Co.), 1876 Barton, 1879 Smithville, 1882 Brant, 1885 Ingersoll, 1887 Avon, 1890 Vienna, 1891 Highgate, 1891-1893 Florence

                                

                                

REYNOLDS, Joseph was born in 1811 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1840, 1843 Gloucester (Dalhousie), 1848 Hungerford (Victoria Co.), 1850-1852 Ernestown & Fredericksburg, 1854-1855 Carleton Place, 1857 Tweed/Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1868 Otonabee (Peterborough Co.), 1869 Waterford (retired), 1871 Townsend (Norfolk Co.)

REYNOLDS, Robert was born in 1848 in Ontario, 1871 Mono (Cardwell)

RHODES, John 1815 Scarborough, 1830 Oswegatchie District,

RICE, James J. was born in PEI, 1887-1889 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

RICE, Luther O. was born in 1811 in the United States and was received on trial in 1840, 1843 Cayuaga (Niagara), 1845 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1847-1849 Dalston (Simcoe Co.), 1850-1851 Nottawasaga/Bradford/Barrie (Simcoe Co.) "During the two years, I travelled rising of 14,000 miles, nearly two-thirds of which was performed on horseack" - L.C.R.,, 1851-1852 Camden East, 1852 Cookstown (built new parsonage), 1854-1857 Dunnville, 1857 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1858 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1869 Dungannon, 1871 Colborne (Huron Co.)

RICE Samuel Dwight was born in 1816 in the United States and was received on trial in 1837, 1837 Mirimachi, 1840 St. Johns South, 1842 Sackville Wesleyan Academy, 1843 St. John West, 1847 received at Toronto Conference, 1847-1849 Toronto West, 1854-1855 Co-Chairman Kingston District, 1855 Governor and Chaplin of Victoria College, 1861-1869 Governor of Female College in Hamilton, 1871 St. Patrick's (Hamilton)

RICE, S.H. 1883 Upper Prince St. PEI,

RICE, William C.

RICHARDS, R.T. 1905 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

RICHARDSON, B. Episcopal, 1853 Binbrook,

RICHARDSON, Ezekiel was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Harmony,

RICHARDSON, George L. was born in 1834 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1871 London City, 1889 President Guelph Conference

RICHARDSON, George T. was born in 1823 in Oakhampton Devonshire England, arrived in Canada summer of 1853, 1854 on trial, 1854-1855 Brock (Barrie), 1861 Carden (Colbourne), 1869 Blenheim, 1871 Harwich (Kent Co.), 1874-1875 Greenwood/Brougham,

RICHARDSON, James was born on January 29, 1791 in Kingston Ontario and was the son of Capt. James Richardson of the Provincial Marine and died on March 9, 1875 in Toronto. He married in 1813 Rebecca Dennis who died Mar 29, 1858 at Clover Hill (St. Joseph St.) Toronto, 1818 local preacher, 1824 ordained, 1823 Scarborough, 1824-1825 Yonge St Circuit, 1826 Fort George (Niagara), 1827 ordained as deacon along with Egerton Ryerson and Anson Green, 1828 Credit Rivier Indian mission, 1828 Secretary of Conference at Ernesttown Bay of Quinte, 1829 St. Catharines, 1830 ordained as an elder by Bishop Harding of the United States, 1833-1834 Editor of the Christian Guardian, 1835 Chairman Toronto District, 1837 Toronto (Bay St.), 1840-1851 agent of the British Foreign Bible Society, 1842 Vice President and 1851 President of the Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society, Sunday Aug 22, 1858 he was consecrated by Bishop Smith of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada

RICHARDSON, James E. was received on trial in 1859, 1866-1869 Coaticoke and Barnston,

RICHARDSON, P.L. D.D. (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Beck - Richardson. Vera Evelyn Richardson, only daughter of Mrs. P.L. Richardson and the late Rev. Dr. P.L. Richardson, to Stephen Martin Charles Beck, son of Mrs. M.D. Beck and the late Mr. M.D. Beck of Westmount. They were married on Sept 12 1923 at residence of bride's mother in Montreal West.

RICHARDSON, William R. was born in 1824 in Hull, Yorkshire England and was the son of John Richardson and died in Toronto July 12, 1905. He was married in 1856 to Anna M. Russ, who was born in Grimsby, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Terryberry) Russ, natives of Canada and they had three children. He was received on trial in 1851. 1851 Humber, 1852 on trial, 1853 Binbrook, 1854-1855 Grimsby, 1858 Cartwright (Durham), 1862 Camden East, 1864 Queenston, 1869 Point Abino and Port Colbourne, 1871 Verulam (Victoria Co.). He retired from his ministerial work in 1888, and from that time until his death lived in Toronto.

RICHEY, Matthew D.D. AM 1829 Charlottetown PEI, 1848 Toronto, 1840 Methodist Episcopal Conference in Baltimore, 1847-1848 Vice-President of Canada Conference, 1864 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Windsor N.S. (retired)

RICHIE, George M. 1862 Bathurst (Lanark Co.), 1865-1867 & 1876 Camden East,

RIDDOLLS, E.G. 1916 Wesley/Underwood,

RIDLEY, John was born in 1846 in England and was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Cataraqui, 1871 Napanee (Lennox Co.)

RIFE, David 1850 Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

RIGBY, Walter was born in 1845 in Hamilton, Ontario and was received in 1868 and died on June 11, 1922. 1869 Tilsonburg, 1871 Saltfleet (Wentworth), 1871 Thorold, (Christian Guardian) Rev. Walter Rigby born Dec 29 1845 near Hamilton Ontario and died Jun 11 1922 London Ontario. In 1921 he was living with his daughter Mrs Frank White of London, Ontario and his wife predeceased him in January 1922.

RISDON, F.G. 1918 Wesley/Underwood,

RIVET, Xavier was receivd on trial in 1869, 1869 Roxton Falls French Mission,

ROADHOUSE, James was born in 1840 in Ontario, Primitive,. He married Mrs. June 18, 1869 Rosemount (near Toronto), 1871 Richmond Tp. (Lennox), 1924 Kingston (Christian Guardian) 55th Anniversary - Rev. and Mrs J. Roadhouse celebrated anniversary at home in Kingston Ontario on June 18, 1924. They were married at Rosemount (near Toronto Ontario). Their youngest son, Louis, died in the great war and they have 5 daughters and 3 sons surviving: Mrs Friend of Wolfe Island, Mrs (Rev.) Jones of Bowmanville Ontario, Mrs Killins of Cobalt, Mrs Rev. McCormack of London England, Mrs Gask of Ottawa Ontario, Amos of California, Antliff of Cape Vincent, and Morley of Haileybury

ROBBINS, J. 1875 Binbrook,

ROBERTS, Junius B. Episcopal 1880 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

ROBERTSON, David was born in 1829 in Kemptville Ontario, 1850-1852 Mississippi (Brockville), 1851 received on trial

ROBERTSON, J.L. 1897 Gore Bay

ROBESON, J.E. 1903-1906 Baileyboro, 1906-1907 Greenwood,

ROBINS, Paul was married to Mary Ann Taylor who died in 1852 and she entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1832, and served in home circuits for over twenty years until her marriage to the prominent minister Paul Robins. The couple emigrated to Canada.

ROBINSON, John H. was born in 1846 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1865, 1869 Invermay, 1871 Glenelg (Grey Co.), 1872 Scarborough (York Co.), 1877 Barton Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

ROBINSON, Joseph Hiram was born in 1839 in England, 1866 Toronto, 1871 Cayuga (Haldimand Co.), 1881-1882 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

ROBINSON, J.W. was born in 1844 in England, Primitive, 1871 Albion (Cardwell), 1877 Milliken's Corners/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1880-1883 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. James E. Hunter was born on Aug 27 1870 in Huron Twp, Bruce Co. Ontario and died on Jul 14 1924 in Granton Ontario and was buried Woodland Cemetery, London Ontario. He was survived by his wife (daughter of late Rev J.W. Robinson), 2 daughters Alma and Beth, a brother Rev. William Hunter and 4 sisters

ROBINSON, P. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1877,

ROBINSON, Reuben 1841-1843 Barrie

ROBINSON, Richard was received on trial in 1862, 1869 Farnham,

ROBINSON, Robert was born in 1818 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1845, 1850 Rawdon (Hastings Co.), 1851-1852 Madoc (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Newborough (Kingston), 1869-1871 Madoc (Hastings Co.)

ROBINSON, William was born in 1807 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Manvers (Durham Co.)

ROBISON, M. was born in 1844 in Canada, 1878 Ameliasburg Twp. (Prince Edward Co.)

ROBLIN, Philip I. was born in 1798 in Ontario, 1871 Kaladar (Addington)

Rev. E. Robson ROBSON, Ebenezer was received on trial in 1856, 1869 Montague (Lanark Co.), 1870 Cramache (Northumberland Co.), 1866-1870 Merrickville (Grenville Co.)

                                

                                

ROBSON, George was received on trial in 1861, 1866-1869 Castleton,

ROBSON, Thomas was born in April 1819 in Wallsend, near Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, emigrated to this country in 1843, and died in Oct 1868 in Nissouri Mission, 1845 Binbrook. In 1855 he became a Wesleyan Methodist minister. 1855 Blenheim (London), 1858 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.), 1860 Norwich, 1863 McKillop (Oxford Co.), 1868 Nissouri

RODWELL, William A. was born in 1851 in England and was a Primitive Methodist minister, 1876-1880 Forest Warwick Twp. (Lambton Co.)

ROGERS, David 1877 Zion Maryborough, 1898 Morris (Huron Co.), 1901 Woodwich (Huron Co.)

ROGERS, George was received on trial in 1863, 1867-1869 Franklin Centre,

ROGERS, Jabez Maurice Episcopal, 1834-1854 Springville Monaghan Twp., 1854-1855 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1866 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Brunswick Street Halifax North,

ROGERS, R.H. 1912-1915 Cumnock Nichol (Welllington Co.)

ROGERS, Thomas M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1865, 1870 Yarmouth East N.S.

ROLSTON, David D. was born in 1822 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Brant Tp. (Bruce Co.), 1877-1880 Mildmay Carrick Twp. (Bruce Co.), 1882 Wesley/Underwood, 1880 owned 100 acres on Con XII, Lot 23

ROSE, Brock was born in 1837 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Glenlay, 1871 Bathurst (Lanark Co.)

ROSE, H. 1871 Caradoc (Brant Co.)

ROSE, J. Episcopal, 1880 Norwich,

ROSE, Philip 1859 Bentinck (Durham Co.), 1859-1860 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.), 1860 Richmond, 1861 Marmora (Hastings Co.), 1861 Dereham (Oxford Co.)

ROSE, Samuel was the father of Justice Rose and was received on trial in 1831, 1831-1832 Albion, 1835 Hamilton, 1836 Stamford (Niagara), 1839-1840 Rock Chapel Thorold, 1842-1844 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1843 Brantford, 1849 Waterdown, Flamboro W. (Gore), 1852 Chairman of London District - attention was principally directed to the Industrial School, 1854-1855 Mt. Elgin/Muncey (Middlesex Co.), 1859 Glenelg, 1859-1860 Thorold (Niagara), 1861 St. Catharines, 1866 King Twp., 1864-1869 Book Steward Wesleyan Methodist Book Room 80 King St E., Toronto ,

ROSS, Andrew W. 1872-1873 Greenwood/Brougham,

ROSS, G.E. 1922 Peterborough Ontario (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Mollard - Ross married on Oct 25 1922 at Peterboro Ontario, Ruthe M. Ross the only daughter of Rev. G.E. and Mrs Ross to W. Melville Mollard M.D. son of Mr and Mrs Edward Mollard of Balmoral Manitoba. The father of bride performed the ceremony.

ROSS, James S. D.D. was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Aylmer, 1898-1900 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

ROSS, Wallace 1860-1870 Salem-Kinsdale Pickering Tp. (Ontario Co.)

ROSS, William W. was born in 1835 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1857, 1869 King Street Hamilton East, 1871 Toronto St. David's Ward (York Co.)

ROUSTON, Thomas was born in 1837 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Oakland (Brant Co.)

ROWE, H. B. was born on Dec. 5, 1859 and died on April 30, 1918. He was married to Lillian G. Blakely who was born on Sept. 10, 1872 and died on Jan. 18, 1907, and was buried at Fox Cemetery, Madoc Twp. (Hastings Co.)

ROWE, Richard B. was born in 1842 in Cornwall England and died on Oct 20 1922 in Hamilton Ontario. He was buried in St. Catherine's beside his first wife and mother of his children. In 1870 he came to Canada. In 1866 he married Mary A. Chirgwin who died in 1918 in Hamilton Ontario. In 1920 he married Emma Jane Boyle of Hamilton Ontario, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Richard B. Rowe born Cornwall England over 80 years ago, married 1866 Miss Mary A. Chirgwin (died 4 years ago Hamilton Ontario). Married 1920 Mrs Emma Jane Boyle of Hamilton Ontario died Oct 20 1922 Hamilton Ontario buried St. Catherine's beside 1st wife and mother of his children. He was survived by wife, 1 son James S. of Brantford Ontario, 3 daughters: Mrs Christopher Fry of Norwich, Mrs Rev W.H. Barraclough of Lindsay, and Mrs Warren Fry of St. Thomas ON (another daughter Lucy died 33 years ago)

ROWE, William B. Primitive, 1865 Mt. Forest (Grey Co.) 1866 Toronto Circuit living at 105 Bond St.

ROWES, John 1858 Drummond (Smith Falls)

ROWSOM, William H. B.A. was received on trial in 1863, 1869 Hatley and Cassville,

ROY, Abram R. Episcopal, 1847 Malahide,

ROY, James B.A. was born in 1835 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1855, 1866-1869 Classical Master at Victoria College, 1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.)

ROY, Louis E. was born in 1861 in Bridgewater Ontario and died on Apr 12 1923 in Montreal due to contracting typhoid at outbreak on Masonville funeral in Montreal. He was buried in Richmond Quebec. He was survived by his widow, nee Georgina Demers, 2 daughters, 1 son, 1 brother Rev T. Roy of Montreal Conference and 3 sisters. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Louis E. Roy - an appreciation - born 1861 Bridgewater Ontario died Apr 12 1923 Montreal PQ due to contracting typhoid at outbreak on Masonville funeral in Montreal PQ buried Richmond PQ

ROY, T 1923 Montreal Conference

RUNDLE, W.W. 1818 Scarborough

RUPERT, E.S. was received on trial in 1860, 1866-1869 Centreville, 1867-1868 Camden East, 1868-1869 Richmond, 1871-1873 Ernestown, 1893 Morrington/Milverton (Perth Co.)

RUSS, Amos E. was received on trial in 1855, 1859 Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1869 London, 1862 Burgess (Johnstown), 1864 Burgess Twp., 1866 Trenton, 1868-1869 Victoria Virgin Islands,

RUSSEL, R.L. was born in 1841 in Ontario, 1871 Chinguacousy (Peel Co.)

RUSSELL, Alfred E. was received on trial in 1866, 1867-1869 Student at Victoria College,

RUSSELL, John was born on July 17, 1836 near Napanee Ontario and was received on trial in 1861 and died on October 19, 1923 at his daughters home in Toronto Ontario, buried Prospect Cemetery Toronto. He was married on January 9, 1867 to Hester Kerr who died in 1916 and was the daughter of Rev. George J. Kerr. Rev. Russell was predeceased by his wife in 1916 and daughter Elaine in 1917 snd was survived by 2 sons and 4 daughters: Mrs (Ella) AJ Sheppard of Burford Ontario, Mrs (Hattie) Isaac Watterworth of Glencoe Ontario, Misses Mary and Jean at home, Dr. John W. and Dr. William G. of Toronto Ontario. 1885-1888 Florence

RUTARO, John was born in 1843 in Ontario, 1871 Brudenell (Renfrew Co.)

RUTER, Dr. Martin, He commenced his itinerant career in the early days of Methodism in New England, when he was only sixteen years of age, and was admitted on trial in the New York conference in 1801. In 1804 he went as a missionary to Montreal, in Lower Canada, where he gave great satisfaction to the people by the diligence and ability with which he discharged his duties. Though young in the ministry, he evinced a thorough acquaintance with the truths of the gospel, having applied himself with great assiduity to study, and particularly to the study of the Bible.

RUTLEDGE, William E. was born in 1848 in Ireland. He was a member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church in Guelph, Ontario (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry, 1871 Burleigh (Peterborough Co.), 1875 Montreal, 1906 Chatham, (Christian Guardian) February 3, 1875 - Mrs. Rebecca Keeling the daughter of William Rutledge was born in Sligo, Ireland, March 19, 1849 and lost her father before she was three. Her mother then came to Canada with several children and settled in the village of Erin where she died seven years later. Rebecca was converted at age 13 while attending school in Hamilton. In May 1871 she married Mr. C.E. Keeling of Guelph. She died July 27, 1874. Survivors included her husband and a brother Rev. Wm. E. Rutledge of Montreal

RUTTAN, John 1871 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

RYAN, David was born in 1830 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1856, 1866-1869 Stirling/Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1871 Burford (Brant Co.)

RYAN, Henry 1805 first Canadian Camp Meeting at Hay Bay, Bay of Quinte , 1812 Rideau Camp Meeting where the War of 1812 was announced to those gathered who all went home to prepare for the struggle, 1813 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1819 Episcopal Presiding Elder in York,

RYAN, William 1858 Charlottetown PEI

RYAN, William was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Marmora (Hastings Co.)

Rev. E.B. RyckmanRYCKMAN, Edward B. M.A. D.D. graduated Victoria College in 1855 and was received on trial in 1856, 1856 Yonge Street Circuit, 1869 Chariman Stanstead, 1872 Chatham (Kent Co.), 1876-1877 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 Almonte

                                

                                

RYDER, Isaac was born in 1805 in England, Primitive, 1865 Maxwell (Grey Co), 1868 Linwood, 1871 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.)

RYERSON, Edwy M. was the son of Col. Joseph Ryerson, 1832 Binbrook, 1834-1835 Thorold, 1835 St. Catharines, 1854-1855 Dover (Norfolk Co.) superannuated

Rev. E. RyersonRYERSON, Egerton D.D. LL.D. was born on march 24, 1803 in Vittoria Charlotteville Twp. (Norfolk Co.) and was received in 1825. He was the son of Col. Joseph Ryerson, died in 1882 married in 1833 Mary Armstrong (second wife), 1824 Scarborough, 1825-1826 York Circuit, 1827 ordained, 1827 Binbrook, 1828 Cobourg, founder (1829-1832) and the first editor of the Christian Guardian, a Methodist periodical, 1829-1831 York Circuit, 1832 Thorold, 1833-1834 Editor Christian Guardian, 1833-1837 York Circuit, 1835 Secretary of Conference, 1840 Methodist Episcopal Conference in Baltimore, founded and was first president (1841) of Victoria College, Cobourg (later Victoria University), 1844-1869 Chief Superintendent of Education in Upper Canada in Toronto, 1846 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1875 President of the General Council preached at 10:00 a.m. on Christmas Day at the dedication of George St. Methodist Church in Peterborough

RYERSON, George was born in 1781 and was the eldest son of Col. Joseph Ryerson and he died in 1882. In 1828 he was a delegate to the English Conference and remained until 1832. In Egland he became an Irvingite, and on his return founded the Catholic Apostolic Church in Canada.

RYERSON, John was born in 1801 in Norfolk Co. Ontario and was received in 1820. He was the son of Col. Joseph Ryerson, 1822 Scarborough, 1835 Chairman Bay of Quinte District, 1840 Methodist Episcopal Conference in Baltimore, 1842 Thorold, 1843 Ernestown, 1851 Toronto, 1852-1853 Chairman Belleville District, 1854-1855 Kingston - Co-Chairman Kingston District, 1858-1869 Brantford (retired), 1863 Tuscarora (Brant), 1871 Brantford (Brant Co.)

RYERSON, Joseph E. 1844 Florence/Chatham, 1847-1848 Toronto East,

RYERSON, William R. was born in 1798 in New Brunswick and was received as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1821. He was the son of Col. Joseph Ryerson and died in 1873. 1826-1827 York, 1830 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1833 Brockville, 1836 Chairman Niagara District, 1836 Brantford, 1844 Adolphustown, 1844 Barrie (Simcoe Co.), 1845 Norwich/Mt. Pleasant, 1847 Malahide (London), 1852 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1854 Beachville (Oxford Co.), 1851-1869 Grand River - Chairman Brantford District (retired), 1871 Onondaga (Brant Co.), buried in Salt Springs Church Cemetery, Onondaga, (Brant Co.)

RYLANCE/RILANCE, William was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Milford, 1870 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1895-1897 Johnstown

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SALLOWS, Edward was received on trial in 1841, 1849-1850 Mosa/Wardsville (Middlesex Co.), 1850 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1851 Osnaruck (Stormont), 1854 Nottawsaga (Simcoe Co.), 1854-1855 Collingwood Harbour, 1860 Kinloss (Bruce Co.), 1865 Cape Croker (Bruce Co.), 1869 Collingwood (retired),

SALT, Allan was born in 1817 in Belleville Ontario and was received in 1853. He was an Ojibway Indian, who served his people as a minister of the Gospel for 58 years, 1853 received on trial, 1854 Lac La Pluie N.W.T Indian Mission, 1867 Muncey Town (Simcoe Co.), 1867-1868 St. Clair, 1868 Kettle Pt. (Simcoe Co.), 1871 Sarnia Twp. (Lampton Co.), 1874 Caradoc (Middlesex Co.)

SANDER, W.J. 1892 Emily (Victoria Co.)

SANDERS, H.F. 1923 Mazenod Saskatchewan (Christian Guardian) Births - Alice Margaret and Ruth Mary Sanders were born on Sep 15 1923 in Mazenod SK daughters of Rev. H.F. and Mrs. Sanders

SANDERS, John was received on trial in 1866, 1869 Student Victoria College,

SANDERS, Joseph L. was born in 1832 in Cornwall England arrived in Canada in the fall of 1854, and was received on trial in 1855, and died in 1871. 1854 London, 1855 Yonge St circuit, 1857 Belleville, 1858-1859 Three Rivers, 1860 Bradford, 1861 Lloydtown, 1862 Weston, 1864 Brampton/Streetsville (Peel Co.), 1866 Whitby, 1868 Oshawa, 1869-1871 Rama (Ontario Co.), 1872 Baltimore, 1871 South Mountain

Rev. George R. Sanderson SANDERSON, George Rivers D.D. was born in 1816 in Kingston, Ontario and was received on trial in 1837 and was ordained in 1841. 1837 Florence/Thames, 1838 Newmarket, 1839 Grimsby, 1840 Binbrook/Hamilton, 1841 Stamford, 1843-1844 Thorold, 1845 St. Catharines, 1849-1854 Editor of the Christian Guardian, 1852-1853 Conference Secretary, 1854 Conference Book Steward, 1855-1858 Cobourg, 1959-1862 London Superintendent, 1862 Port Hope, 1865 Picton, 1867-1871 Chairman Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1871 Kingston, December 17, 1871 he officiated at the opening of a new church building in Lindsay, 1874 St. Catharines, 1877 Wellington Street London,, 1880 Dundas St East London, 1883 Strathroy, 1886 Sarnia, 1891 London,

SANDERSON, John Wesley was born in 1828 in England was received on trial in 1836 and died in 1924 in the Bruce County Hospital in Ontario, 1834 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1841-1842 Lindsay, 1842-1849 Colbourne District, 1849 Lindsay, 1852-1853 Cartwright/Mud Lake, 1854-1855 Mud Lake, 1862-1869 Peterborough(retired), 1871 Caistor (Monck). He was a gentle soulknow throughtout the countryside as "Little Peculiarities," because of his constant reproof to critics of the neighbours: "You know we all have our little peculiarities"

SANDERSON, John was received on trial in 1858, 1867-1869 Warsaw (Peterborough Co.)

SANDERSON, Joseph E. M.A. was born in 1830 in Ontario and was received in 1852, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Brampton, 1867-1871 Perth (Lanark Co.), 1871 Whitby, 1874 Governor of the Ladies College at Whitby

SANDERSON, Robert was born in 1829 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Whitby (Ontario Co.)

SANDERSON, Thomas C. was born on Mar 12 1851 in Sheffield, Addington Co. and died Easter Sunday 1924 at his home in Dresden Ontario. He was buried in Dresden Cemetery. He married Janet Paul of Newburgh, Addington Co., 1915 moved to Dresden Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Thomas C. Sanderson - an appreciation - He was born Mar 12 1851 Sheffield, Addington Co, Ontario, married Miss Janet Paul of Newburgh, Addington Co, Ontario, died Easter Sunday 1924 at his home in Dresden Ontario, buried at Dresden Cemetery, nine years prior moved to Dresden Ontario His funeral was held on Apr 22 1924 and he was survived by his wife and 2 daughters: Mrs G.M. Fisher of London Ontario and Mrs G.W. Godfrey of Sudbury Ontario

SANDERSON, William was born in 1827 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1855, 1869-1871 Alice (Renfrew),

SARGENT, William 1870 Kaye Street Halifax,

SAUNDERS, Jabez B. was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Merrickville,

SAUNDERS, Nelson was received on trial in 1866, 1869 Mitchell (Perth Co.),

SAUNDERSON, John was born in 1794 in Ireland, 1871 Ashburnham (Peterborugh Co.)

SAUL, Richard 1860's Middlesex Co.

SAVAGE, David was born in 1826 in England, New Connexion, 1856 Ellis Church Puslinch (Welllington Co.), 1858 Toronto, 1871 St. John's Toronto, 1880 Toronto

SAVAGE, John Wesley was born in 1829 in England and was received on trial in 1854. He was the son of Rev. William Savage (England), arrived in Canada in 1854, 1854-1855 Warwick (London District), 1863 Albion (Peel Co.), 1866 Bolton (Peel Co.), 1867 Goderich, 1869 Glanford, 1869-1871 Binbrook, 1871 Caledonia (Haldimand), 1878-1880 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

SAVAGE, William D.D. was born in 1819 in England and was received on trial in 1851, 1854 Zion/Moorefield Maryborough Tp. (Welllington Co.), 1855 Belmont, 1860-1861 Sydenham/Wardsville, 1864-1865 Ellis Church Puslinch (Welllington Co.), 1866 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1869 Cayuga, 1871 Seneca (Haldimand Co.), 1883-1886 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1904-1906 Trustee Norfolk St. Guelph

SAWYER, Joseph Episcopal 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1807 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1810 Bowman Log Chapel Ancaster (Wentworth Co.) where the story is told of a meeting where the members solemnly agreed that they would not leave the meeting until everyone "got happy" by prayer. Rev Sawyer, a circuit rider, was there to preach, but could not make himself heard over the loud praying of the members, so he rode on to his next appointment. When the same thing happended on another occasion, he told them plainly that he had come to preach and he intended to be heard. They could do their praying when they were alone. They listened to him.

SAWYER, Thomas Edwin 1905-1907 Florence

SCALES, William was born on February 13, 1818 in Epworth, Lincolnshire England and died on November 21, 1896, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 St. Andrew's (Ottawa), 1867 Bolton Quebec, 1869 Frelighsburg, 1873-1875 Stirling (Hastings Co.), (Christian Guardian) The late R.K. Scales was born 57 years ago at Bolton PQ, son of late Rev. William Scales (died Nov 21 1896), married Miss Annie Wilcox at Verdun Manitoba, died Dec 24 1923 Salmon Arm BC. From Bolton PQ moved to Oshawa Ontario, Verdun, Manitoba, 1907 Salmon Arm BC, 1922 Vernon BC, survived by widow, 1 son Harold W. of Penticton BC, 1 daughter Mrs William Robertson of Revelstoke BC, 2 sisters: Mrs W.P. Rich and Miss Annie Scales of Salmon Arm BC, and 2 brothers: E.J. of Verdun Manitoba and E.W. of Salmon Arm BC

SCANLON, John was born in Canada and was received on trial in 1865, 1869 Kingston, 1877-1879 Chesterville Winchester Twp. (Dundas Co.), 1882-1884 North Gower, 1885 Carsonby

SCHESSAR, Elmira J. was received on trial in 1866, 1867-1869 Heildelburg German Mission,

SCHOFIELD, J.W. 1923 Brantford Ontario (Christian Guardian) Mrs. J.W. Schofield, wife of Rev J.W. Schofield of Brantford ON, died when the auto she was riding in overturned on the Hamilton - Dundas Hwy. Mrs. Schofield was killed and the Rev. was trapped with his foot caught under the brake and he was taken to hospital but no serious injury. She was survived by her husband, son Harper of Kitchener Ontario and 3 daughters Mrs. Ross Peart of Aldershot, Mrs. J. McLellan of Brantford Ontario, and Miss May at home

SCHOFIELD, William H. M.A. was received on trial in 1860, 1867-1869 Lakefield,

SCHRAM, G.A. was born in Canada, 1869 Binbrook, 1876-1877 West Lorne Aldborough Twp. (Elgin Co.)

SCHUSTER, Anselin was received on trial in 1866, 1869 Vernacher German Mission,

Rev. C.T. Scott SCOTT, Charles Taggart was born on June 22, 1860 In Stouffville in York Co. and was received in 1881 and was ordained in 1887. He was married on September 6, 1887 to Minnie May White, third daughter of Stephen White of Chatham, Ontario. 1887 Enniskillen, 1891 West Lorne

                                

                                

SCOTT, David R. 1870 Baie-de-Verte N.B.

SCOTT, E.E. 1887 Harwich (Kent Co.)

SCOTT, John was received on trial in 1857, 1869 Cavignal,

Rev. J.G. ScottSCOTT, John G. B.A. M.A. was born in 1848 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1866, 1867 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1869-1871 Toronto Twp. (Peel Co.), 1872 Maryborough Twp. (Welllington Co.), 1873 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1874-1875 Arthur/Harriston (Welllington Co.), 1876-1877 Minto Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1882-1884 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1887 London, 1888 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1889 went to Japan as a missionary, 1896-1898 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 Superintendent Ingersoll. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery - Block E, Guelph, (Wellington Co.), Mrs. Scott died October 16, 1900 at Ingersoll

                                

SCOTT, Jonathon was born in 1803 in England and was received on trial in 1834, 1846 Cobourg, 1853 Toronto Twp., 1854-1855 Cooksville superannuated, 1869-1871 Brampton (retired)

SCOTT, Thomas G. was born in 1839 in Ontario, Primitive, 1869 Bracebridge, 1871 Plympton (Lambton Co.)

SCOTT, William was born in 1813 in England and was received on trial in 1836, 1847-1848 Sarnia/St. Clair, 1854-1855 Montreal East, 1862 North Gower, 1867-1871 Napanee (Lennox Co.), News from the Oshawa Vindicator Oct 18, 1871 - Deaths -Slight-In the city of Oswego, NY, on Sunday 24th inst., Mrs. Elijah Slight, widow of the late Rev. Benjamin Slight, Wesleyan Missionary and sister-in-law of Rev. Wm. Scott, of Oshawa, age 85 years. (Christian Guardian) The late Charles Stinson Scott - an appreciation...born Dec 22 1842 Sarnia Ontario, son of late Rev. William Scott, married in 1870 Miss Margaret McAgy (died May 1922), died Oct 22 1923 Ottawa Ontario and survived by 2 sons and 3 daughters

SCOTT, William L was received on trial in 1855, 1867-1869 Three Rivers,

SCRATCH, Alexander was born in 1827 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Essex Mersea, 1880 Sweaborg/London, 1881 Vienna/London, 1882 Embro,

SCRATCH, Egerton 1872-1873 Merlin (London)

SCURR, W. Episcopal, 1881 Walshingham,

SEABORN, John was born in 1825 and died on Dec 19 1900. He married Ann Seaborn who was born in 1820 and died on Jan 5 1907. She wass buried in Salem Pioneer Cemetery, Wollaston Twp. (Hastings Co.)

SEELEY, Thomas G. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev T.G. Seeley - an appreciation. He died on Mar 22 1924 at the General Hospital in Winnipeg, MB and was buried Elmwood Cemetery. A native of Newfoundland, he worked at Maidstone SK and spent 22 months at the sanitorium in Ninette MB after a serious operation. He then moved to Winnipeg MB around 1922. His brother, Rev. W.R. Seeley of Sidney Mines and uncle Rev. W.R. Mercer of SK were with him at time of death. His cousin Rev. W. Seeley Mercer died in a blizzard on Feb 4 1924 in Newfoundland (Christian Guardian) Rev W.S. Mercer - memorial. He grew up in Bay Roberts and died in a blizzard in Fogo NFLD. He was survived by parents, wife and young son

SEELEY, W.R. 1924 Sidney Mines, 1924 Sask.

SELBY, G. Episcopal 1839 Smith's Creek Circuit

SELLER, Joseph M.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1866, 1870 Maryville N.B.

SELLERY, Samuel B.A. B.D. 1894-1897 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

SELLEY, John M.D. was received in 1836, 1867-1869 Montreal (retired)

SEMPLE, J 1924 Palmerston (Christian Guardian) Births - Margaret Eleanor Semple was born on Feb 8 1924 in Palmerston Hospital a daughter for Rev. and Mrs J. Semple

SERVICE, William was born in 1840 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Sheffield (Addington Co.), 1881 Thamsford (retired),

SEYMOUR, Edgar O. In 1916 he married Evelyn Elmina Scantlebury who died in Nov 22 1924 at the residence of her father Mr. C.B. Scantlebury of Belleville. She was buried in the Belleville Cemetery, 1825 Havelock (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. Evelyn Elmina Seymour born Belleville Ontario, was married 8 years prior to death to Rev. Edgar O. Seymour, pastor of Havelock Church. She died Nov 22 1924 at residence of father Mr. C.B. Scantlebury of Belleville Ontario buried Belleville Cemetery. She was survived by her husband, young daughter Marion, parents, grandmother, brother Harry, sisters Mrs. I.B. Morrison of Mimico, Miss Helen and Miss Marjorie at home

SEYMOUR, James was born in 1800 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Bayham (Elgin Co.), 1880 Markham (York Co.)

SEYMOUR, James Cooke was born on Apr 20, 1839 in Ulster, Ireland and was the son of Rev. Jame Seymour. He came to Canada in 1857 and was received on trial June 1857. He was married three time, first in March 1863 to Emma the daughter of John Williams of Durham, Ontario; second in June 1885 to Eliza, widow of the Rev. A.P. Lyons; and third to the daughter of Samuel T. Rowe of Paisley, Ontario.

SEXSMITH, George was born in 1836 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Lucan and Ailsa Craig, 1871 Biddulph (Middlesex Co.)

SHALER, Henry "Daddy" was born in 1790 and died in Kemptville in 1890. He was received on trial in 1828, 1829 Albion, 1835 Matilda (Augusta), 1837 Prescott, 1851 Osgoode, 1854-1869 Kemptville superannuated (retired)

SHARMON, William 1856 Kicardine (Huron Co.)

SHANNON, William was born in 1821 in Lough Point, in the Sligo Circuit, Ireland and was received on trial in 1851, He knew scores of Irish Wesleyan ministers, who preached and lodged in his father's house; joined class at fourteen, converted at eighteen, and made a leader at once; ten years a Hibernian school teacher; came to Canada with his friends in 1850; settled in the woods of Artemesia in March 1853; eighteen month after, went in to the work. 1855 Osprey, 1857 Brant, 1858-1859 Richmond, 1859 Tyendinaga/Tudor (Hastings Co.), 1860 Peel Co., 1867-1869 Maberly, 1871 Sherbrooke (Lanark Co.)

SHAW, Calvin was born in 1835 in England, New Connexion, 1865 Owen Sound (Grey Co.), 1871 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.), 1883 officiated at the opening of a new church building in Bailyboro

SHAW, Edward A. 1888-1890 Mt. Pleasant Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.)

SHAW, James was born in 1820 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Barton (Wentworth Co.), 1868 Goderich (Huron Co.), 1873 Brampton

SHAW, John was born in 1831 in Trois Rivieres Quebec, family moved to Goderich, 1851 on trial, 1851 Strathroy, 1852 on trial, 1854-1855 Cobourg student at Victoria College, 1867-1869 Whitchurch (York Co.), 1869-1871 Weston/York West, 1880 President Toronto Conference

SHAW, W.H. Episcopal, 1880 Walshingham/London,

SHAW, William was received on trial in 1864, 1869 Napanee,

SHAW, William I. B.A. LL.B. was born in 1828 in Ireland and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1864, 1865 Meaford (Grey Co.), 1869 Hemmingford, 1871 Brampton (Peel Co.)

SHEARER, John G. D.D. was born in 1859 in Bright Ontario and died on Apr 1925 in Toronto. He was survived by his wife, formerly Miss Johnston of Burford Ontario

SHENTON, Job 1870 Yarmouth South N.S., 1885 Charlottetown PEI

SHENSTONE, W.R. 1870 Brigus Nfld (retired)

SHEPHERD, Edmund 1836 Hamilton, 1837 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1838 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1838-1839 Newmarket, 1841 Thorold, 1845 Beverley (Wentworth Co.), 1847 Bytown, 1848-1849 North Edinburgh Dalhousie, 1851 Woodstock (Oxford Co.), 1854-1855 Chairmam of Chatham District. Early in 1855 a charge of immorality was brought home to him, and the judiciary of the Church, jealous for its honor, expelled him.

SHEPHERD, Gideon Episcopal Methodist, 1840 Stirling Rawdon Twp., 1846-1849 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. and Presiding Elder Bay of Quinte District), 1851 Hamilton

SHEPHERD, William W. was born in 1839 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1862, 1866-1869 Listowel, 1871 Blenheim (Oxford Co.)

SHEPHERDSON, Daniel 1820 Scarborough,

SHEPLEY, Joseph A. was born in Chatham Ontario and was received on trial in 1841, 1846 Moulton (Niagara), 1847 Galt, 1849 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.), 1849 Woodstock, 1851-1854 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1853-1855 Paris/Burford (Brant Co.), 1857-1859 Norwich, 1859-1861 Ingersoll (Oxford Co), 1866 Aurora (York Co.), 1867-1868 Berlin/Woolwich (Waterloo Co.), 1868-1869 Fingal, 1869 Binbrook, 1872 Harwich (Kent Co.), 1876 Ingersoll/Oxford West (Oxford Co.)

SHEPPERSON, A.W. 1906 Orton (Wellington Co)

SHERIDAN, William was born in 1835 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1858, 1863 Minden (Haliburton Co.), 1869 Bobcaygeon, 1870 Augusta (Grenville Co.), 1871 Edwardsburg (Grenville Co.)

SHERLOCK, Benjamin was born in 1832 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1858, 1868 Albion (Peel Co.), 1869 Tryconnell, 1870 Aldboro (Elgin Co.), 1871 Dunwich (Elgin Co.), 1873 Bolton (Peel Co.), 1874 Chingaucousy (Peel Co.), 1874-1875 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1880-1881 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

SHILTON, John New Connexion 1837 Mosa/London, 1839-1843 Erin Twp. (Wellington Co.)

SHOFIELD, W.H. 1860-1869 Smith (Peterborough Co.)

SHOREY, Edmund Sidney was born in 1836 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1858, 1869-1871 Amherstburg, 1871 Wardsville/Newbury, 1873-1874 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1874 Ernestown & Bath, 1875 Millhaven, 1875 Fredericksburg, 1878 Ernestown/Bath (Lennox & Addington)

SHOREY, S.J. D.D. President Bay of Quinte Conference, Sherbourne St. Toronto, 1894 & 1911 Cambridge St. Lindsay, 1897 Peterborough

SHORT, J.W. 1871-1877 Westwood Asphodel Twp. (Peterborough Co.)

SHORT, William was born in 1829 in Devonshire England and was received on trial in 1855, 1860 Leeds, 1863 Ernestown, 1865 Snowdon (Haliburton), 1867-1869 Fenella, 1869 Asphodel (Peterborough Co.), 1871 Haldimand (Northumberland Co.), 1877 Westmeath (Renfrew Co.)

SHORTS, Augustus 1876 Lansdowne/Killenbeck/Marble Rock

SHOURLEY, Edmond was born in 1836 in Ontario, 1871 Amherstburg (Essex Co.)

SICKLES, Abraham was an Oneida Indian and was born in 1810 in the United States and was received on trial in 1832. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1854-1855 Mt. Elgin/Muncey (London District), 1871 Delaware (Middlesex Co.)

SILLS, John W. was born in 1829 in Ontario, Episcopal, Augusta (Grenville Co.), 1847 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

SILLS, S. Episcopal 1874 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

SILLS, William A was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1852 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Percy (Northumberland Co.)

SILVESTER, Charles was born in 1812 in England and was received on trial in 1846, daughter was Anna E. Silvester, buried in Canton United Church Cemetery, Hope Twp., (Northumberland Co.), 1850 Sydenham/Wardsville, 1851-1852 Mosa (Middlesex/Kent Co.), 1853 Tuckersmith (Huron Co.), 1854-1855 Goderich/Wawanosh (Huron Co.), 1855 Elora/Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1856-1858 Garafraxa/Pilkington/Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1860 W.Gwilliambury (Simcoe Co.), 1861 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1863 Scugog, 1865 Reach (Ontario Co.), 1867 Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1867-1869 Baltimore, 1871 Hamilton Twp. (Northumberland Co.), 1884 Cannington (York Co.), 1887 Toronto,

SIMS, Markham 1855 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

SIMMS, T. 1873 Brampton

SIMMONS, John was born in 1850 in England, 1871 Sandwich East (Essex Co),

SIMONS, Titus Episcopal, 1841 Binbrook,

SIMPSON, David was born in 1836 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Collingwood (Grey Co.)

SIMPSON, E.K. 1923 missionary China, (Christian Guardian) Births - Wilda Pauline Simpson was born on Aug 8 1923 in Fowchow China, a daughter for Rev. and Mrs E.K. Simpson

SIMPSON, James M. was born in 1834 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Colborne (Northumberland Co.), 1877-1879 Metcalfe Osgoode Twp. (Carleton Co.)

SING, Samuel was born in 1841 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Brighton, 1871 Hamilton Twp. (Northumberland Co.)

SIPPRELL, W.J. 1891 Thorold

SLACKFORD, Elias was born in PEI and was ordained in 1861, 1870 Kingston N.B.

SLATER, Rev Episcopal BME 1916 Essex St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

SLATER, James C. was born in 1824 in England and was received on trial in 1846, In 1847 he was received on his first year probation at Toronto Conference. 1847-1848 Peterborough, 1853 Asphodel (Newcastle), 1854-1856 Picton/Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1858-1860 Darlington (Durham), 1860 Chairman Bowmanville Circuit,, 1860-1863 Barrie, 1863-1865 Cavan (Durham Co.), 1869 Alice (Renfrew Co.), 1869-1871 Chairman Pembrooke (Renfrew Co.), 1874 Wolford (Grenville Co.)

SLATER, William, 1828 Methodist Episcopal Conference representative in Pittsburg, 1820 Scarborough, 1828 Binbrook,

SLIGHT, Benjamin was born in 1799 and died in 1858. In 1835 he was ordained for "Missionary work" at Conference in Hamilton, 1839 Waterloo, 1839-1840 Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1840 Nichol/Eramosa/Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1848-1849 Melbourne, 1851 Sherbrooke (Quebec), (from the Oshawa Vindicator) Oct 18 1871 - Deaths -Slight-In the city of Oswego, NY, on Sunday 24th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Slight, widow of the late Rev. Benjamin Slight, Wesleyan Missionary and sister-in-law of Rev. William Scott, of Oshawa, age 85 years.

SLOAN, James W. was born in 1837 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1859, 1869 Hall's Bridge, 1871 Cavan (Durham Co.)

SLOOT, Abraham 1831 Westminster London

SMALE, a. 1916-1918 Florence

SMALLWOOD, Frederick 1850 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Windsor N.S. (retired), 1873-1885 Prince St Charlottetown

SMILER, Robert was born in 1849 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 Manvers (Durham Co.)

SMILEY, John B.A. was received in 1865, 1867 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1869 St. Thomas, 1871 Ailsa Craig (London), 1871-1872 McGillvray (Bruce Co.)

SMITH Andrew A. was received on trial in 1849 and was ordained in 1853, 1852 Binbrook, 1854-1855 Berlin/Blenheim (Waterloo Co.), 1868 Brighton, 1869 Newmarket,

SMITH, Benson Episcopal 1834 London, 1844 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.

SMITH, Daniel was born in 1823 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Haldimand (Northumberland Co.), 1874-1879 retired West Winchester (Dundas Co.)

SMITH, David was born in 1841 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1871 St. Mary's (Perth Co.)

SMITH, Ephraim Episcopal, 1831 London

SMITH, Finlay Malcolm was born in 1831 in Ontario, 1871 Flamborough East (Wentworth Co.), 1871 Eramosa (Wellington Co.),1883-1886 Carmel Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1884-1887 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1889-1892 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

SMITH, Frederick was born in 1838 in England, Episcopal, 1871 Mersea (Essex Co.)

SMITH, George Benson was born in 1795 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1848 Owen Sound, 1871 St. Vincent (Grey Co.),

SMITH, George 1854 Mariposa Twp., 1858 Crowland, 1859 Arthur (Wellington Co.)

SMITH, Isaac B. 1803 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.)

SMITH, J.E. 1868 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

SMITH, James V. was born in 1834 in England, Primitive, 1866 Bolton (Peel Co.), 1869 Claremont (Ontario Co.), 1871 Markham (York Co.), 1877-1881 Galt North Dumfries Twp. (Waterloo Co.)

SMITH, John C. was born in 1848 in the United States (colored), Episcopal, 1862 Stone Church Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1877-1881 Windsor East Sandwich Twp. (Essex Co.)

SMITH, John B. was born in 1824 and died in 1899 and was buried at Hubble Hill Pioneer Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), Episcopal, 1861 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

SMITH, Kenneth M.K. Methodist Episcopal. In 1821 the Rev. Fitch Reed, of the Genesee Conference, was appointed to York, (now Toronto,) in Upper Canada, with Rev. Kenneth M. K. Smith as his helper. Their mission extended into the settlements in the neighborhood of Toronto, which, at that time, were new, poor, and destitute of the gospel. Some idea may be formed of the difficulties with which they had to contend in traveling through particular parts of the country, from the fact that brother Smith, who devoted himself chiefly to the back settlements, was in the habit of carrying an ax with him, so that when he came to a stream of water that he could not ford, (which was frequently the case,) he felled a tree across it, on which he passed over. In some instances, it is stated, where the trees stood opposite to each other on the banks of the creek, and formed a junction at the top, he would climb one tree and descend another, and thus pass on to his appointments among this scattered population. Their labors were blessed, and a foundation was laid for the establishment of societies which have subsequently much prospered.

SMITH, Lewis Episcopal, 1842 Binbrook,

SMITH, Nathaniel was born in 1841 in England and was received on trial in 1866, 1869 Kincardine (Huron Co.), 1871 Elma (Perth Co.)

SMITH, Philander 1840 Oswegatchie District,

SMITH, Phillip Episcopal, 1859 Binbrook, 1862 Parry Sound, 1869 Brooklin (Ontario Co.)

SMITH, Richard 1870 Mill Town N.B.

SMITH, Robert H. was received on trial in 1857, 1867-1869 Leeds,

SMITH, Roscoe H. 1921-1923 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

SMITH, S.D. Episcopal 1917 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

SMITH, Thomas 1870 Truro N.S.(retired)

SMITH, Watson 1870 River Philip N.S.

SMITH, William 1839 Charlottetown PEI

SMITH, William S. was born in 1846 in Monifieth, Scotland and died in Middleville, Ont. on May 16 1902 and was buried at Gilead Cemetery, Thurlow Twp. (Hastings Co.)

SMITH, W.J. B.A. 1885-1888 Florence, 1905 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)(Christian Guardian) Mrs. Howard H. Hall was married on Jun 1923 to Mr. Hall (a lawyer) and died in 1925 in Toronto Ontario, at the age of 26. She was the elder daughter of Rev. W.J. and Mrs. Smith of Toronto. On Jan 11, 1925 she gave birth to a son who died three days later and her condition was critical since this date.

SMITH, William 1829 Binbrook, 1832 Malahide London, 1846 St. George (Dumfries)

SMITH, Wray R. 1879 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1904-1907 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

SNELL, James Albert In 1897 married Caroline Webber, daughter of Rev. George Webber (ceremony performed by bride's father) at Dutton Ontario. He was the son of Rev. G.G. Webber of Claresholm Alberta, 1924 Dutton Ontario (Christian Guardian) Snell - Little marriage on June 24 1924 at home of Mrs Bessie Little of Toronto Ontario, her daughter Marguerite Little married Dr. Jerrold W. Snell of Lawrence Stn., eldest son of Rev. J.A. and Mrs Snell of Dutton and grandson of late Rev George Webber of Toronto Ontario. Miss Dorothy Little (sister) and Mr Donald Snell of Toronto ON (brother) were in the wedding party. The couple will reside at Lawrence Stn. near St. Thomas. (Christian Guardian) Silver Wedding - Rev. James ALbert and Mrs Snell celebrated 25 anniversary at home in Dulton Ontario. They were married in 1897. The bride was Caroline Webber, daughter of Rev George Webber (ceremony performed by bride's father). Rev. G.G. Webber of Claresholm AB is a brother of Mrs Snell

Rev. D.W. Snider SNIDER, D.W. was born in 1858 and died in 1924 in Toronto Ontario. 1902 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

                                

                                

                                

SNIDER, Solomon 1835 Matilda (Augusta), 1837-1838 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1848 left the church as he had become dissatisified with the Church in its renewed relation to the British Conference. He became a Congregational minister.

SNOW, William 1820 Oswegatchie District,

SNOWBALL, J. 1870 Sackville N.B. (retired)

SNOWDEN, Thomas J. Episcopal, 1896 Blanshard (Perth), 1909 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

SNYDER, A.I. died on Dec 10 1923 in Brantford Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Rev A.I. Snyder - an appreciation. He died on Dec 10 1923 in Brantford Ontario and was survived by his widow, two daughters: Mrs Neil MacMillan and Mrs Frank W. Binkley of Winnipeg Manitoba, and one son Dr. R.G. Snyder of New York

SORRICK, Richard 1848-1850 BME church Oro Twp.,

SOVEREIGN, George 1827 (Wellington Co.)

SPARLING, Joseph W. was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Student at Victoria College, 1889 President Montreal Conference

SPARLING, W.W. 1895 Caledonia, 1899 Conn Luther Twp. (Wellington Co.)

SPARROW, J.P. Episcopal, 1859-1860 & 1868-1870 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

SPEER, E. 1883 Asphodel Twp.,

SPENCE, Hamilton S. B.A., B.D. died on Feb 23 1924 in Peterboro and was buried at Little Lake Cemetery located in Peterboro. (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Hamilton S. Spence, BA, BD died Feb 23 1924 Peterboro Ontario buried Little Lake Cemetery. Moved to Peterboro in 1923 and bought a home. He was living with his sister at time of death.

SPENCER, James Jr. was born in 1812 and died in 1863, 1839 Newmarket, 1842 Rock Chapel Thorold, 1844 Woolwich, 1845 Chinguacousy (Peel Co.), 1846 Oakville (Halton Co.), 1849 Eramosa/Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1854 Conference Editorial Office, 1862 Springhill (Peel Co.), 1863 Paris (Brant Co.)

SPENCER, John 1863 Erin (Wellington Co.)

SPRAGUE, Howard A.M. 1864 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Portland St. John N.B.

SPRAGUE, S.W. 1870 Petite Riviere N.S.

SPRINGER, R. 1917-1921 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.)

SPONAGLE, John L. 1870 Wilmot N.S.

SPROULE, Frederick Henry B.A. was born in Kingston Ontario and died on Jan 7 1924 in Montreal Quebec. He was buried in the family plot at Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston Ontario. He married Dorothy M. Corrigan (Christian Guardian) Late Rev H.F. Sproule born Kingston Ontario died Jan 7 1924 Montreal PQ buried in family plot, Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston Ontario, survived by widow, Dorothy M. Corrigan, 2 sons: Frederick A. Sproule of Ottawa Ontario and Huburt D. Sproule of Montreal PQ, 1 brother James, and 1 sister Elizabeth of Westbrook Ontario

SQUIRE, George H. B.A. was born in 1808 in Northumerland Ontario and was received on trial in 1865, 1852 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1869 Lachine, 1880 Brantford (Brant Co.)

SQUIRE, William 1846 Montreal Wesleyan Church, Great St. James Street, 1847-1848 Kingston,

STAFFORD, Charles E. was born in 1842 in England, Primitive, 1871 Yorkville (York Co.), 1871-1873 Eramosa/Nassagaweya (Wellington Co.), 1873 Eden Mills (Wellington Co.), 1876 McKillop (Huron Co.), 1916 Carmel/Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), buried at Elora Municipal Cemetery - Sections C,D, Nichol Twp., (Wellington Co.)

Rev. E.A. Stafford STAFFORD, Ezra A. was born in 1840 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1866-1868 Wardsville/Newbury, 1869 Kingsville, 1871 Gosfield (Essex Co.), 1886 Metropolitan Toronto

                                

                                

STAFFORD, George 1900-1904 and 1911-1915 Johnstown,

STAFFORD, William Edward was born in 1870 and died in 1956. He was married to Iva E. Edmunds who was born in 1874 and died in 1966, both buried at Elora Municipal Cemetery.

STARR, J. Herbert was received on trial in 1851, 1858 Adolphustown, 1858-1860 Amherst Island & Bath, 1860 Chairman Bath circuit, 1860-1863 Ernesttown & Fredericksburg (Lennox Co.), 1863 Kingston, 1866-1868 Thorold (Niagara), 1869 St. Thomas, 1873 Streetsville (Peel Co.), 1873 Toronto Twp.

Rev. John E. Starr STARR, John E. was born in 1855 in Halifax, was received on trial in 1877 and was ordained in 1881, 1877 Richmond Hill, 1878-1879 Winnipeg, 1880-1881 Peterborough, 1882 Scarborough, 1883-1886 Berkeley St. Toronto

                                

                                

STEEL, George 1877 Upper Prince St. PEI,

STEEL, Thomas P. 1878 Greenwood/Brougham, 1898-1901 Baileyboro,

STEELE, George A. 1924 Gadsby Alberta

STEER, William was born in 1799 in England and was received on trial in 1831, 1835 Gananoque, 1850-1852 Erin/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 Mono superannuated, 1856-1869 Baltimore (retired), 1859 Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1871 Haldimand Tp. (Northumberland Co.)

STEERS, 1838 Barrie

STEINHAUR, Henry was received on trial in 1851, 1859-1869 White Fish Lake,

STENNING, George was received on trial in 1858, 1867-1869 Knowlton,

STEPHEN, E. 1844 London

STEPHENSON, (Christian Guardian) Births - Stephenson Twin daughters were born on Jan 11 1923 to Rev and Mrs Stephenson of Stirton

STEPHENSON, G.W. 1895 Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1896 Washington (York Co.)

STEPHENSON, William was born in 1833 in England and was received on trial in 1850, 1866-1869 Toronto East living on Queen St W. at Peter St., 1871 Ottawa

STEVENS, H.J. 1863 Bible Christian Methodist Pickering (York Co.),

Rev. E.B. StevensonSTEVENSON, Ephraim B. B.A. member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.), and entered ministry, 1880-1881 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1886-1889 Binbrook (first minister of the new Binbrook Circuit), 1904-1906 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1906 Ponsonby (Wellington Co.), 1922 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.) - buried at Bethesda United Church Cemetery, Ancaster (Wentworth Co.)

                                

                                

STEVENSON, James H. B.D. was born in 1860 in Peterborough Co. He entered the ministry in 1883 and was subsequently stationed at Thessalon, Algoma, and at Fort Wiliam Ontario. In 1890 he graduated from the Wesleyan Theological College in Montreal being with the Rev. W. Howitt, the first to receive the degree of B.D. from that institution. In 1891 he married Evelyn, daughter of Rev. Dr. Sutherland of Toronto. 1890-1893 Toronto,

STEVENSON, R.W. 1907 Prince Edward Island

STEWART, C. D.D. 1870 Sackville N.B. Educational Institution, Theological Professor.

STEWART, G.F. 1835 Nelson (Halton Co.)

STEWART, John was received on trial in 1862, 1869 Dudswell, 1878 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1882-1883 South Mountain

STEWART, John H. was received on trial in 1864, 1867-1869 Thorne,

STEWART, Schuyler Episcopal, 1848 Malahide,

STILLWELL, R.J. 1861 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

STINSON, D.M. 1922 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

STINSON, Joseph H. was born in 1801 in Leicestershire and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1838. After working as a local preacher, he was sent as a missionary to Canada in 1823. He returned to England in 1828 but after just one year in home circuit work, was appointed to Gibraltar. Stinson went back to Canada in 1833 as General Superintendent of the Missions. He served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1838. Stinson again came back to England in 1840 after the separation of the English and Canadian Churches. He worked in home circuits and at the same time did much to promote the reunion of the English and Canadian Conferences which took place in 1847. Stinson returned to Canada in 1857 as President of Conference, an office that he held until 1861 and he died in 1862. 1833 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1835 Kingston General Superintendent Missions, 1840 President of the Canada Conference and attended the Methodist Episcopal Conference in Baltimore, 1858 Guelph (Wellington Co.). 1860 Lindsay,

STOBBS, Thomas was born in 1822 in England, 1849 Victoria College, was received on trial in 1850 and ordained in 1854, 1850 Chatham, 1854-1855 London, 1855 Bytown, 1868 Pickering, 1869 Canington (Ontario Co.), 1870 Greenwood/Brougham, 1871 Pickering, 1871-1872 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1873 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

STONE, Samuel G. was born in 1836 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Ottawa

STONEY, Edmund was born in 1790 and died in 1862, New Connexion, 1832 Beaverdams Thorold, 1834 Scarborough, 1835 Toronto Circuit, 1837-1838 London, 1841 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1841 Eramosa/Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1854-1855 London Circuit

STORER, John was born in 1811 in England, 1871 Glanford (Wentworth Co.)

STOTESBURY, I.G. 1924 Meaford, (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Beatrice Alice Matilda (nee Dobson) McCulloch was born in 1861 in Reach Twp, Ontario Co., the youngest child of Robert and Martha Dobson. She married Alexander McCulloch who died in 1917. She died on Jan 17 1924, at 63 years old and was survived by 3 daughters and 1 son: Mrs Rev I.G. Stotesbury of Meaford Ontario, Mrs H.A. Volker and Miss Mildred of Toronto Ontario, and Dr. C.D. of Wellington Ontario

STRACHAN, R. 1876 Brooke (Lambton Co.), 1877 Keppel (Grey Co.)

STRANGWAY, B.R. BA BD wife Annie was daughter of Rev. Amos Campbell

STRATTON, Frederick B. was born in 1838 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Sophiasburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1882-1883 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.),

STRIKE, A.J.Harvey died in 1924 in Perth Ontario, 1900 East Ward Lindsay,

STRINGFELLOW, Charles was born in 1832 in England and was received on trial in 1855, 1867-1869 Nissouri, 1871 Blanchard (Perth Co.)

STRONG, John B. was born in PEI, 1817 and 1843 Charlottetown PEI

STRONGMAN, W.A. 1880 Greenwood/Brougham,

STUART, G.O. 1814 Kingston Wesleyan Chapel

SUMMERSIDES, William, Primitive, was sent as a missionary to the United States by the Primitive Methodist Conference in England in 1829. In 1831 he came from Philadelphia to York. In 1833 he went to Niagara to establish a Primitive Methodist congregation there, but in 1837 returned to Toronto (Bay St.)

SUNDAY, John was received on trial in 1832, 1825 Belleville class leader, 1835 ordained for "Missionary work" at Conference in Hamilton, 1854-1855 Mt. Elgin/Muncey (London District), 1857-1869 Alnwick (retired)

SUTCLIFFE, Ingham 1833 York, 1857 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Miramichi N.B.

SUTHERLAND, Alexander was born in 1834 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1855, 1857 Berlin and Blenheim (Waterloo Co.) 1861-1862 Thorold, 1866-189 Yorkville, 1871 Toronto. On August 14, 1905 he laid the cornerstone at Trinity Methodist in Berlin

SUTHERLAND, Donald George M.A. LL.B. B.D. was born on Apr 12, 1839 in Toronto son of Captain James Sutherland who was born in Hoy, Orkney Island and died in 1857, and Margaret Robinson Sutherland born in Lincolnshire, England who died in 1878. He graduated in in Law in 1859 from Victoria College and was received on trial in 1864 and was ordained in 1868 at the hand of Rev. Morley Punshion D.D. In 1872 he married Helena, eldest daughter of the Hon. J.C. Aikins, then senator and later lieutenant-governor of Manitoba and they had four children. One daughter, Evelyn, married, in 1891, Rev. James H. Stevenson in Toronto. 1867-1869 Brampton, Milton, Oakville, Dundas, Brampton, Kingston, Gananoque, Galt, Simcoe, Clinton, St. Thomas, 1883-1884 secretary London conference

Dr. A. SutherlandSUTHERLAND, J.D. D.D. Episcopal died in 1895 in Toronto Ontario He married Helena Aikins who died on Sept 14 1924 in Toronto Ontario

                                

 

                                

SUTTON, William was born in 1815 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1855, 1857-1858 Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1866-1869 Maynooth, 1871 Somerville (Victoria Co.)

SWANN, Francis 1868-1878 Grantham Twp. (Lincoln Co.), 1882-1885 Mt. Pleasant Nichol/Fergus/Peel/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1890 Colbborne Twp., (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs F. Swann was born Caroline Elizabeth Crowe in 1854 in Guelph Ontario and was married on Oct 1 1879 to Rev. Francis Swann. She died on Oct 19 1923 in Vancouver BC, 69 years old. She was survived by her husband and children: Rev. Harold Swann of Chunking West China, Mrs Joseph White of Franklin MB, and Mrs W.E. Guest at home in Vancouver BC.

SWANN, Harold Francis Caroline missionary of Chunking West China

SWANN, Matthew was born in York Ontario and was received in 1850. He was the son of Governor Maitland's steward and grew up in the old Adelaide Street Church. 1851 Peel/Nichol/Garafraxa (Queen's Bush Settlement) (Wellington Co.), 1852 on trial, 1852-1853 Norwich (Oxford Co.), 1853 Dereham/Burford (Oxford Co.), ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Walsingham (Brantford), 1857 Southwold (London), 1858-1861 Nichol/Garafraxa/Maryorough/Elora/Pilkington/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1861 King/Tecumseth (Simcoe), 1863 Tosorontio (Simcoe Co.), 1863-1865 Essa (Simcoe Co.), 1866 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1869 Drayton, 1869-1872 Huston & Rothsay Maryborough/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1874 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1885-1887 Mitchell (Perth Co.), 1901 Census living in Fergus

SWASS, Jabe 1884 Wesley/Underwood,

SWEET, Edmund E. was received on trial in 1855, 1867-1869 Eaton,

SWEET, Jared was born in 1791 in the United States Episcopal, 1871 Haldimand (Northumberland Co.), 1871-1872 Binbrook,

SWEET, John was born in 1845 in England, 1871 Chatham Twp. (Kent Co.)

SWITZER, Martin R. was born in 1805 in Ernestown, 1849 local preacher

SYKES, C.A. 1916 Trinity Berlin (Waterloo Co.)

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TAGGART, Charles was born in 1817 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1843. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1849-1852 Ernestown & Camden East, 1851 Storrington, 1852 Kingston, 1852-1853 Ernestown, 1854-1855 Consecon (Prince Edward Co.), 1859 Whitchurch, 1860-1861 Camden East, 1861 Richmond, 1866-1869 North Gower, 1869 Marlboro (Carleton), 1870-1872 Stirling (Hastings Co.)

TALLMAN, Isaac B. was born in 1828 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1857, 1857 Binbrook, 1869 Hullsville, 1871 Walpole (Haldimand), 1872 Stanley (Huron Co.)

TAPP, John Brown was born in 1805 in Kingsbridge, Devon. Raised in the Wesleyan Methodist Church, he entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1829 and joined the mission to Canada in 1844. He served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1855 and died in 1876.

TARRANT, William J. was born in 1843 in England, Primitive, 1871 Reach (Ontario Co.)

TAYLOR, Charles 1891 Rama

TAYLOR, D. 1902-1906 Binbrook,

Rev. David H. Taylor TAYLOR, David H. was born in 1847 in Oldham, England and came to Canada in 1880. He was married to Miss Wild of Oldham, England in 1869. Primitive, 1880 London, 1882 Charing Cross, 1884 Courtland, 1887 Drumbo, 1888-1891 Port Colborne, 1892 Fonthill,

                                

 

TAYLOR, Edward H. was born in 1845 in England, was received on trial in 1868 and died in 1924 in Toronto Ontario in his 80th year and was buried at Park Lawn Cemetery Toronto. He was married to Miss Vandertip of Cainsville Ontario with 7 daughters and 3 sons. 1869 Kirkton, 1871 Nelson (Halton Co.),

TAYLOR, H.D. (Christian Guardian) Births - Isabel Ruth Taylor was born on Oct 3 1922 in Tzeliutsing, Sze Chuan, China to Rev. and Mrs H.D. Taylor

TAYLOR, Hugh 1925 North Arthur Methodist (Wellington Co.)

TAYLOR, James was born in Ireland, 1851-1852 Chatham, 1852 on trial, 1854-1855 Cobourg student from Victoria College, 1870 Aylesford N.S., 1871 Charlottetown PEI

TAYLOR, Lachlin D.D. received considerable fame as a traveller and lecturer on Oriental subjects. He was received on trial in 1839, 1843 Binbrook, 1847 Thorold, 1848 St. Catharines, 1852-1864 Agent of the Upper Canada Bible Society, 1854 Toronto Circuit, 1860 Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1864-1869 Missionary Secretary Toronto. (Christian Guardian) Mrs. A.L. Langford born Elizabeth Stobbs, eldest child of late Rev. Thomas Stobbs. Her mother was sister of Rev Dr Lachlin Taylor and aunt of Chancellor Nathaniel Burwash, was maried in 1891 Professor A.L. Langford died Aug 27 1922 St. John's Hospital, Toronto Ontario, survived by husband and only son Arthur Leopold

TAYLOR, Richard E.S. (Dick) died in 1919 in China (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. R.E.S. (Dick) Taylor died on Christmas Day 1919 of Asiatic Cholera on a table by the roadside in West China

TAYLOR, Robert H. 1870 North East Harbor N.S.

TAYLOR, William H. was born in 1832 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1862, 1869 Wyoming, 1871 Plympton (Lambton Co.), 1908-1909 Merlin (London)

TEASDALE, John J. 1870 Liverpool N.S.

TEED, Stephen 1870 St. John's Nfld

Rev. William M. Teeple TEEPLE, William M. was born on November 8, 1854 in Jerseyville, Ontario son of W.H. Teeple (U.E.L.) Episcopal. He married on July 28, 1880 Miss Ida Lynes, daughter of the late Thomas Lynes, of Norwich. He was received on trial at the Conference held in St. Thomas in 1877, 1877 Binbrook, Tapleytown, Beverly, Norwich, Malahide, and was ordained in 1879, 1880 Tillsonburg, Blenheim, Seaforth, Canboro, Cayuga, 1891 Troy

                                

 

TEESON, Samuel was received on trial in 1858, 1865 Ramsay (Lanark Co.), 1869 North Wakefield, 1874-1877 South Mountain

TEMPLE, R.A. 1870 Dorchester N.B.

TEMPLE, William 1828 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 St. John N.B. (retired)

TENNANT, Elisha was born in 1842 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1863, 1869 Saugeen, 1871 Amabel (Bruce Co.)

TERRILL, A.J. 1908-1912 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1913-1916 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

TERRY Alvin 1822 Davisville Grand River Mission

TERRY, W.A. 1907-1908 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

TERWILLIGAR, Simon was born in 1822 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1848 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. and was to receive 50 British Pounds for the year but only received 20, 1867 Norwich, 1871 Lobo (Middlesex Co.)

TESKEY, Ebenezer was born in 1838 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1861, 1869 Napier, 1871 Metcalfe (Middlesex Co.)

THERNELY, William was born in 1840 in England, Primitive, Walsingham (Norfolk Co.)

THIBODAU, Alexander was born in 1848 in Ontario, 1871 Sarawak (Grey Co.), 1878 Wesley/Underwood, 1925 Toronto

THOMAS, Wallace B. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1877, 1870 River Philip N.S.

THOMPSON, C.L. 1894-1895 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

THOMPSON, C.M. was born in 1853 in Addington Co. Ontario, Episcopal, 1877-1880 Forest Warwick Twp. (Lambton Co.), 1880 St. Thomas, 1881 St. Mary's (Perth Co.), 1882-1883 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1892 Emily (Victoria Co.)

THOMPSON, Daniel W. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Howick (Dufferin Co.),

THOMPSON, Fred W. was born on 15 Feb 1869 in Ontario, 1896-1898 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1901 Census living in Arthur (Wellington Co.) Lodger widdower Irish Clergyman 12 mos income $650

THOMPSON, George S. was born in 1842 and died on Oct 2 1868. He married Charlotte Fraleigh who was born in 1846. He was buried at Whites Cemetery, Sidney Twp. (Hastings Co.)

THOMPSON, James was born on Sept 24, 1829 in Switzerville on the Newburgh Circuit, converted to God on Nov 16, 1840 and was received on trial in 1854. In 1854 he was sent to the Battersea mission and then to 1855-1856 Bradford, 1857-1859 Napanee, 1859-1861 Brewer's Mills, 1861-1863 Oil Springs, 1863-1865 Milford, 1866-1869 Rednersville/Ameliasburg (Prince Edward Co.) superannuated, Napanee 1866-1869,

THOMPSON, R. was born in England, Primitive, 1864 Tiny Twp. (Simcoe Co.), 1876-1880 Wyoming Plympton Twp. (Lambton Co.)

THOMPSON, S.M. Episcopal, 1866 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

THOMSON, A.E.M. 1903-1906 Merlin (London)

THOMSON, D.D. Thomson 1923 Woodham Ontario (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Albert Roy Thomson was born in 1901 with a delicate constitution, and was the second son of Rev. and Mrs. D.D. Thomson of Woodham Ontario. He died on Sep 3 1923 in the Victoria Hospital, London Ontario with his funeral on Sep 8 1923 at the Woodham Church

THOMSON, George was born in 1850 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Vaughan (York Co.)

THORNLEY, William Primitive 1858 Malvern/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1866 Bracebridge,

THORNTON, James 1859-1861 Wardsville

THRASHER, Joseph was born in 1848 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Richmond Township (Lennox Co.)

THURLOW, J.E. 1870 Manchester N.S.

THURSTON, A.L. Episcopal 1868 Garafraxa Carmel (Wellington Co.)

TILLY, Samuel L. was born in 1819 in New Brunswick, Episcopal, 1871 Ottawa

TINDALL, Robert was born in 1826 in England, Episcopal, 1865 Carmel Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1871 Bentinck (Grey Co.)

TINDALL, William was born in 1834 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1867 Howick (Wellington Co.), 1871 Milton (Halton Co.)

TINK, E.W. 1912-1914 Greenwood,

TIPPETT, William 1880 Upper Prince St. PEI,

TODD, J.E. B.A. 1921-1923 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

TODD, Thomas R. Primitive, 1903-1904 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

TOLTEN, J.W. 1866 Wesleyan missionary

TOMBLIN, William was born in England and was recevied on trial in 1853, 1845 Woolwich (Wellinton Co.), 1851 Nanticoke, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Port Hope, 1857 March (Carleton), 1857-1860 Richmond, 1867 Ross (Renfrew), 1869-1871 Pakenham and Arnprior, 1883 Ameliasburg (Prince Edward Co.), 1895 Haldimand Twp. (Northumberland Co.),

TOMKINS, John was received on trial in 1827, 1827 Oswegatchie District, 1846 Odeltown, 1848 Dunham 1869 Beebe Plain (retired) (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Tomkins, James Albert born 1846 Odelltown, was the son of Rev. John Tomkins,a pioneer of work east of Montreal PQ

TONGE, Abraham Walton was born in 1851 in Cheshire England and died in Oct 1922 at the home of his daughter, Mrs A. Stuart of Merlin Ontario. He moved to Canada at the age of 21 in 1872. 1892 Alma Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1893-1896 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.) (Christian Guardian) Rev. Abram Walton Tonge - an appreciation. He was born Cheshire England and died in 1922 in Amherstburg, moved to Canada age 21, survived by daughters and only son

TONKIN, E.A. 1903-1905 Greenwood,

TORRENCE, William (Christian Guardian) - Death - Gertrude Torrance Cloke died April 8 1924 in Hamilton Ont and was the wife of Fred Cloke and daughter of the late Rev. William. Torrance

TOSSELL, J. 1877 Toronto

TOTTEN, John W. was born in 1845 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1865, 1869-1871 Edwardsburgh (Grenville Co.), 1871-1873 Innisfil (Simcoe Co.), 1876 Torsorontio (Simcoe Co.), 1894 East Ward Lindsay, 1898 Warkworth (Northumberland Co.), 1901-1905 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1915-1918 Greenwood, (Christian Guardian) - Golden Wedding - Francis John Bunt and Rebecca Totten were married on Dec 25 1873 in Pine Grove, Ontario. They celebrated 50 years of marriage at their residence in Collingwood Ontario. Manford Bunt, brother of groom, and Jean Totten, sister of bride, stood up for them at wedding (both now deceased), 1901 moved to Collingwood Ontario, 8 children - 4 died in early childhood, surviving children: Mrs A.I. Hutchinson of Collingwood Ontario, Rev W.P. Bunt of Kaslo BC, Dr. M.H. Bunt of Everett Ontario, and Rev. F.A. Bunt of Foleyet Ontario. Mr Bunt's father built first Methodist Church at Bloomsbury Ontario and Mrs Bunt is cousin of Rev. J.W. Totten.

TOVELL, Amos spoke on Children's Aid Work to the Epworth League meeting at Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) Monday, October 23, 1911

Rev. I. Tovell TOVELL, Isaac was born in Eramosa Twp., Wellington Co. on November 8, 1845 and attended the Rockwood Academy and Victoria College in Cobourg getting a teaching certificate in 1866 and taught for two years. He was received on trial in 1868. He was married May 20, 1874 to Miss Emma Watkins, of Hamilton, a graduate of the Wesleyan Ladies' College. 1868 Millbank, 1869 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1870 Georgetown, 1871-1872 Victoria College Cobourg and was ordained in 1873 at Sherbourne Street Toronto, 1876 Wesley Toronto, 1879 Richmond Street Toronto, 1882 Berkley Street Toronto, 1885 George Street Peterborough, 1887 Charlotte Street Peterborough, 1889 First St. Catharines, 1891 Gore Street Hamilton,

                                

TOWLER, John was born in 1812 in England, Primitive, 1848-1850 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 Brantford (Brant Co.)

TOWNLEY, Adam 1835 received on trial at Conference in Hamilton, 1835 Brantford (Brant Co.),

TOWNSEND Rev. Episcopal 1887 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

TOYER, Walter was born in 1802 in Maryland, United States, 1877-1881 Raleigh Twp. (Kent Co.) owned 50 acres on Con. X, Lot 9 TOZELAND, John was born in 1846 in England and was received on trial in 1868, 1869 March Twp., 1871 Goulbourn (Carleton)

TRELEAVEN, 1912 Conn Luther Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1925 Carmel Garafraxa Twp. (Wellington Co.)

TRICKEY, Henry was received on trial in 1847. He was personable, genteel, well connected, and apparently pious; but neither piety not two years' training at Victoria College could supply the lack of what God had left our - an aptitude for preaching. If the published minutes of the 1847 Toronto Conference are any guide in the inquiry, he was never more than a student at Cobourg, under the direction of the Conference.

TRIPP, F. 1898-1901 South Mountain

TRUAX, Judson E. 1894-1896 Mt. Pleasant Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.)

TRUSCOTT, W.H.- married Mrs Truscott who was born in 1879 in England and died Feb 28 1924, 1924 Napanee Ontario, (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs W.H. Truscott - an appreciation. She was born in England and was married in England, died Feb 28 1924 Napanee ON, age 45 years, buried Napanee Cemetery and survived by her husband Rev. W.H. Truscott, 1 son and 2 daughters

TUCKER, Richard Lyle was born in 1825 in England and was received on trial in 1856. He was a son-in-law of Rev. William Lyle. 1858 Adelaide (London), 1859 Acton/Esquesing (Halton Co.), 1860 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1861 Woolwich (Wellington Co.), 1861-1863 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1862 Camp Meeting, Elora, 1862-1863 Pilkington/Woolwich/Wellesley (Wellington Co.), 1864 Glen Allan Peel Tp. (Wellington Co.) , 1864-1865 Hollin Maryborough Tp. (Wellington Co.), 1867 Fergus/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1867 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.), 1869 Adolphustown, 1869-1870 Bath and Amherst Island, 1870 Fredericksburg (Addington), 1871 Bath (Lennox Co.)

TUCKER, Samuel T. was born in 1831 in England and was received on trial in 1855, 1863 Dorchester (Oxford Co.), 1868-1869 Stayner/Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.), 1869 Robinson/Sunnidale, 1871-1872 Parry Sound, 1908-1911 Greenwood,

Rev. W. Bowman Tucker TUCKER, W. Bowman M.A. Ph.D. 1908 author of "The Camden Colony" or the Seed of the Righteous - a story of the United Empire Loyalists, 1925 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

                                

                                

TUCKER, William was born in 1834 in England and was received on trial in 1861, 1867 Port Elgin (Bruce Co.), 1867-1868 Trowbridge, 1868-1870 Elma (Perth Co.), 1871 Osprey (Grey Co.)

TUKE, John Episcopal, 1848 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. and was to receive 50 British Pounds for the year but only received 20

TUPPER, Reuben E. was received on trial in 1839, 1842 Thorold, 1844 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1853-1855 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1865-1866 Binbrook, 1866-1869 Mount Elgin Industrial School, 1871 London

TURK, G.R. 1888-1890 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1888 assisted at wedding of Rev. Gorham Gifford in Stratford

TURNER, Alfred W. 1870 Halifax South (retired)

TURNER, Charles was born in 1818 in England and was received on trial in 1841. In 1847 he was received on three year probation at Toronto Conference. 1854-1855 Gananoque, 1869 Percy, 1871 York West

TURNER, George 1830 London,

TURNER, James was born in 1845 in Ireland, 1871 Blanchard (Perth Co.), 1874 Binbrook,

TURNER, T. 1875 Christie/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

TURNER, William Thomas was born in 1843 in England and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Wingham, 1871 Kincardine (Bruce Co.), 1874 Tilbury E. (Essex Co.)

TURVER, Charles 1855 Gananoque

TUTTLE, Alexander S. 1870 Nappan N.B.

TUTTLE, G.W. 1870 St. George's Bermuda

TWEEDLE, R. 1870 Margate PEI

TWEEDY, James 1870 River John N.S.

TWEEDY, William 1870 River Philip N.S.

TYRE, William was born in 1831 in Ontario, 1871 East Dumfries (Wentwoth Co.)

TYLER, H.D. 1900 Wesley/Underwood,

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VAL TILTON, E. 1918 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

VANCE, W.R. 1912-1916 Merlin (London)

VANDUSEN, Conrad was born in 1751 in New York, 1829 Adolphustown, 1832 Lindsay, 1833-1834 Wellington (Prince Edward Co.), 1835 Westminster (London), 1836 St. Thomas, 1838 Fredericksburg, 1846 Brockville, 1854-1855 Newash/Colpoy's Bay - Chairman Owen Sound District, 1865 Wardsville/Euphemia, 1867-1869 Whitby (retired)

VAN NORMAN, E. New Conexion 1844-1845 Flamboro West (Wentworth Co.)

VAN WYCK, Rev. was born in 1847 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Humberstone (Welland)

VENOSE, William 1879 Huntley (Carelton)

VIPOND, Thomas 1850 Nichol/Wellesley (Queen's Bush Settlement) (Wellington Co.)

Rev. T. Voaden VOADEN, Thomas B.A. was born on December 29, 1857 in St. Thomas and was received on trial in 1876 and was ordained in 1884. 1876 South Cayuga, 1878 Springfield, 1881 Bismark, 1884-1886 Sheffield, 1891 Cathcart, 1911-1912 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

VOLLICK, C.W. Episcopal 1880 Brussels

VOLLICK, W.A. Episcopal, 1880 Westminster,

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WADDELL, Robert H. was received on trial in 1863, 1862-1863 Wardsville, 1866-1867 Thorold, 1868-1870 Kemptville (Grenville), 1870 Bathurst N.B., 1871 St. James N.B.

WADMAN, J.W. 1882 Upper Prince St. PEI,

WAKEFIELD, John was born in 1830 in Warwickshire England and was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, 1852 Blenheim/ Stratford (Perth Co.), 1853-1854 Cobourg as a conference student, 1854 on trial, 1854-1855 Ingersoll, 1863-1865 Thorold, 1867-1869 Simcoe, 1891-1893 Thorold

WALDEN, Albert 1905-1917 Florence, 1916-1919 Merlin (London)

WALDRON, Solomon was born in 1795 in the United States and was received on trial as a Methodist Epicopal minister in 1823, 1841 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1843 Rochester, 1851-1853 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1853 Nanticoke, 1854-1855 St. Clair (London District), 1869-1871 Sarnia (Lambton Co.)

WALKER, D.A. Primitive, 1904-1905 Paisley St Guelph (Welington Co.)

WALKER, George A. was born in 1849 in Ontario, Primitive, 1871 Reach (Ontario Co.)

WALKER, Henry E. 1907-1911 Johnstown, 1915-1918 South Mountain, 1925 Wesley/Underwood,

WALKER, J.A. (Christian Guardian) Death - Robert Hugh Walker died on Feb 2 1924, in Pengshien, West China the infant son of Rev and Mrs J.A. Walker

WALKER, J.C. died 1914 married 1878 in Montreal Mary Ann Hay born Mar 6 1856 Scotland and came to Canada 1874 with her parents died Jun 10 1923 Winnipeg Manitoba, went west in 1886 (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. J.C. Walker - an appreciation, She was born Mary Ann Hay on Mar 6 1856 in Scotland. She came to Canada 1874 with her parents and was married in 1878 in Montreal PQ to Rev. J.C. Walker (died Feb 11 1914) died Jun 10 1923 Winnipeg MB. They went west in 1886 and she was predeceased by her husband in 1914 and son George in 1905. She is survived by 3 sons: Fred, Percy and Harold, and 2 daughters Mrs. R.J.H. Shortell and Miss Minnie

WALKER, James was born in 1838 in Scotland, Primitive 1871 Osprey (Grey Co.), 1877-1881 Hawkesville (Waterloo Co.)

WALKER, John A. 1923 missionary in China (Christian Guardian) Births - Walker, A son was born on Dec 19 1923 at Penghsien, West China to Rev. John A. and Mrs Walker

WALKER, Joseph was born in 1812 in Ireland, Episcopal, 1871 Mosa (Middlesex Co.), 1872 Newbury

Rev. Robert Walker WALKER, Robert was born on June 10, 1839 in Brockville, Ontario, New Connexion He was received on trial in 1861 and was ordained in 1865. He was married on June 15, 1865 to Miss Annie Eliza Hathaway, daughter of John Hathaway, of West Flamborough, (Wentworth Co.) 1865-1868 Durham, 1868-1871 Melbourne, 1871 Burr/Ekfrid (Middlesex Co.), 1873 Omemee, 1874-1877 Bethany, 1878-1881 Tweed, 1881-1883 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1884-1887 Newcastle, 1887-1890 Clifford Chairman of Mt. Forest District, 1891 Walkerton

                                

WALKER, Stewart 1892 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

WALKER, Thomas was received on trial in 1859, 1869 Portage-du-Fort,

WALKER, W.A. 1915-1920

WALKER, William 1867 Port Elgin (Bruce Co.), 1915-1917 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

WALLS, Wesley C. 1890 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

WALSH, William 1869-1870 Greenwood/Brougham,

WALTON, John was born in 1827 in England and was received on trial in 1857, 1863-1865 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1869-1871 Sidney (Hastings Co.)

WANDWORTH, R.M. was born in 1847 in Ontario, 1871 Raleigh (Kent Co.)

WARD, Edward A. was born in 1825 in England and was received on trial in 1854, 1863 Bath, 1869 North Augusta, 1871 Augusta (Grenville Co.)

WARD, James 1835 Gosfield (London)

WARD, John was born in 1880 in Liverpool England and arrived aboard S.S. Teutonic in Halifax on March 16, 1912, 1912 preached at Bronte, June 1912 accepted charge at Varney (Grey Co.), 1912 Conn (Wellington Cty), 1914 Welseyan Tehological College Montreal, 1914-1918 WW1 Chaplin, 1919 ordination at Trinity Methodist in Kitchener, 1920 Tobermory (Bruce Cty), 1921 Ker (Hamilton), 1922 Damascus (Wellington Co.), 1923 Rock Chapel (Hamilton), 1927 Lebanon (Listowel), 1930 Calvary (Hamilton), 1941 Rockwood (Wellington Co.), 1948 retired, 1950 moved to 177 Grange St. Guelph, 1952 Chalmers and Harcourt (Guelph), 1956 Trinity (Guelph)

WARDROPE, Thomas was born in 1819 in Scotland, 1865 Ottawa, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

WARNER, Christian was born in 1754 in Albany Co. N.Y. and died in 1833 in Niagara

Rev. Lewis WarnerWARNER, Lewis was born in 1812, was received on trial in 1831, died in 1882 and was buried at Hamilton Cemetery, Wentworth Co., 1835 Waterloo, 1838-1839 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1844 Stamford (Welland Co.), 1844 Binbrook, 1846 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1848-1849 Yonge St Circuit, 1850-1853 Barrie (Rev. Andrew Edwards, assistant for part of this time removed to Nebraska USA in 1887), 1852 Chairman Barrie District, 1853 Chairman of Guelph District, 1853-1855 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1855 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1866 Foldens (Oxford Co.), 1869 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1869-1870 Chairman Thorold,

                                

                                

WARNER, Robert Ironside D.D. was born in 1848 and died in 1924 Alma College, St. Thomas Ontario. He married Mrs. Robert (nee Parsons) and in 1924 was living St. Thomas

WARNER, S. 1864 Ernestown

WASHINGTON, Edwin S. B.A. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Baltimore,

WASHINGTON, George was born in 1801 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1857, 1851 Hamilton, 1852-1853 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1859-1871 Oakville/Trafalgar (Halton Co.) (retired)

WASHINGTON, George B.A. was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1862, 1867-1869 Melbourne,

WASHINGTON, William C. M.A. was received on trial in 1861, 1867-1869 Onslow, 1869 Eardley (Ottawa), 1871 Fenelon (Victoria Co.), 1879 Greenwood/Brougham, 1912 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

WASS, John B. B.A. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Muskoka,

WASSON, Robert 1870 Barrington N.S.

WATERHOUSE, John 1870 Brigus Nfld

WATERS, W.C. 1870 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

WATSON, Coverdale was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Mount Forest (Wellington Co.), 1889 Toronto

WATSON, G. 1876 Markdale (Grey Co.)

WATSON, John died 1835

WATSON, William C. M.A. was received on trial in 1860, 1864-1871 Widham Twp./Oxford Centre (Norfolk Co.), 1871 Chinguacousy Twp. (Peel Co.), 1872 Richmond, 1875 Chatham/Kingsville (Essex Co.)

WATT, Robert 1880 Corwhin Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.)

WATTS, A.O. was married on Sep 29 1923 to Florence A. Arnold of Easton's Corners Ontario. 1923 Merrickville Ontario (Christian Guardian) Marriages - Watts - Arnold married Sep 29 1923 Miss Florence A. Arnold of Easton's Corners Ontario to Rev A.O. Watts of Merrickville Ontario

WATTS, Fred W. was born in 1854 and died in 1883. He married Zora M. Martin who died on Jan 10 1937 and was buried at Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

WATTS, John H. was born in 1828 in Nova Scotia, Episcopal, 1855 Garafraxa Mt. Carmel (Wellington Co.), 1871 St. Vincent (Grey Co.), 1873 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

WEATHERILL, J.E. 1906-1910 Baileyboro,

WEAVER, Francis G. was born in 1826 in Ontario, New Connexion, 1865 Meaford (Grey Co.), 1871 Benrinck (Grey Co.), 1875 Crowland

WEBB, Henry C. Episcopal 1866 Toronto boarding at 73 Shuter

Rev. James Webb WEBB, James was born on April 21, 1846 in London Twp., Middlesex Co., and was received in 1873 and was ordained in 1879. 1873 London Twp. (Middlesex Co.), 1874 Southwold, 1875 Norwich, 1876 Mount Elgin, 1877 Charlotteville, 1878 Troy, 1881 Barton, 1884 Oakland, 1887 Kelvin, 1891 Northfield Centre, Ontario, 1908-1911 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

                                

                                

WEBB, William 1846 Charlottetown PEI

WEBBER, George was born in 1838 in Devon, England and died in 1907. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1858 and joined the mission to Canada in 1866. He served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1876 and Connexional Secretary in 1881. He transferred to the Canadian Methodist Church in 1884.

WEBBER, George G. 1822 Claresholm Alberta son of Rev. George Webber, b/o Mrs. Caroline Snell (Rev. James Albert) (Christian Guardian) Snell - Little married June 24 1924 at home Mrs Bessie Little of Toronto Ontario daughter Marguerite Little married Dr. Jerrold W. Snell of Lawrence Stn., eldest son of Rev J.A. and Mrs Snell of Dutton and grandson of late Rev George Webber of Toronto Ontario. Miss Dorothy Little (sister) and Mr Donald Snell of Toronto ON (brother) in wedding party. They will reside at Lawrence Stn. near St. Thomas

WEBSTER, John was born in 1823 in London Twp. Ontario and was received on trial in 1846, 1849 Bradford, 1854-1855 Devonshire (London District), 1855 Hay Tp. (Huron Co.), 1867-1869 Wardsville, 1869 Cashmere (Middlesex Co.) 1871 Port Carling (Muskoka), 1871 N.Orillia (Simcoe Co.), 1873 Watt (Muskoka), 1875 Sydenham, 1877 Hillsdale Medonte Twp. (Simcoe Co.), 1877-1878 Stayner (Simcoe Co.), 1879 Tiny Twp. (Simcoe Co.), 1883 Elderslie (Bruce Co.)

WEBSTER, Joshua was born in 1795 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Brighton Twp. (Northumberland Co.)

WEBSTER, Samuel D. was born in 1882 in England and died in 1923 in England (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Rev. Samuel D. Webster died Jan 1 1923 Monyash, Derbyshire, England, 41 years old 1906 came from England to Sedgewick AB, 1918 moved to PEI, 1922 returned to Englandsurvived by wife Miss Florence Bridges of Cascumpec, PEI and child

WEBSTER, Thomas Episcopal Methodist, 1840 London, 1841 Stirling/Sidney Twp., 1851 Hamilton

WEDGEWORTH, Clark (Christian Guardian) Feb 1824 In Memoriam - Cora Wedgeworth Hawley wife of Major John A. Hawley of Clarenceville PQ daughter of Late Rev. Clark Wedgeworth

WELDON, Fletcher A. 1870 Somerset Bermuda

WELDON, Isaac was born in 1834 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1861, 1867-1869 Milford, 1871 Marysburgh South (Prince Edward Co.)

WELDRON, Solomon 1843 Yarmouth Centre/Mersea (Western)

WELLS, W. 1901-1903 South Mountain

WERDEN, James E. 1871 Greenwood/Brougham,

WEST, Isaac Newton Dugan Episcopal, 1833-1835 Westminster/Lobo London District, 1849 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.

WHALE, James 1850 Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.)

WHALE, Thomas 1855 Wellesley, Maryborough, Minto (Wellington Co.)

WHALEY, A. David 1910-1913 Florence

WHIPPER, Benjamin was born in 1804 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Stamford (Welland)

WHITCOMB, O. was born in 1806 in the United States New, Connexion, and died in 1878 and was buried at Thomasburg Cemetery, Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1871 Bayham (Elgin Co.)

WHITE, Edward was received on trial in 1841 and was Ordained in 1852, 1853-1855 Sandwich/Windsor, 1855 Gosfield Twp (Western), 1867-1869 Nanaimo,

WHITE, F.W. 1910-1913 Baileyboro,

WHITE, J.T. 1924 Hazemore Saskatchewan (Christian Guardian) Birth - Mary Elizabeth White was born on Mar 27 1924 in Hazemore SK a daughter for Rev. J.T. and Mrs White

WHITE, James was born in 1825 in Ireland, New Connexion, 1871 Southwold (Elgin Co.), 1876 Phillipsville

WHITE, LeRoy C. married Alice Jackson, 1924 living Toronto Ontario, 1925 Goderich

WHITE, Levi 1858 Burford (Brant Co.)

WHITE, N 1873 Episcopal Farmersville

WHITEHEAD, Thomas 1823 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), arrived in Goderich in 1831 by horseback and held two class meetings. 1832 Goderich, 1833 Stanley,

WHITESIDE, Arthur 1924 New Brunswick (Christian Guardian) Jan 1924 Murdered - Mrs. Clara Whiteside wife of Rev. Arthur Whiteside of New Brunswick Conference. Her husband was away in Manitoba and she was at home alone. No one saw her for a while and when they checked the house they found her body. No clues to the perpetrator

WHITING, Matthew, was born on April 26, 1780 in Ancaster, Ontario and died on November 1, 1869 in Hawkesville (waterloo Co.). He entered the Wesleyan ministery in 1826. 1835 Waterloo, 1846 St. Catharines/Canboro Twp., 1848-1849 Dumfries (Oxford Co.), 1849 Galt, 1851 Woodstock, 1851 Middleton/Zorra (London), 1854 Windham (Oxford Co.), 1854-1855 New Credit (Brantford)

WHITING, James was received on trial in 1859, 1869 Arkona, 1882 Wardsville

WHITING, Richard was born in 1821 in England and was received on trial in 1845, 1851 Amherstburg, 1854-1855 Brockville, 1869-1871 St. Mary's (Perth Co.)

WHITMORE, Norman W. 1924 Medicine Hat/Eyremore Alberta (Christian Guardian) Late Mr. Whitmore died end of December 1923 in St. Thomas Ontario. He was the father of Rev. Norman W. Whitmore and was a train dispatcher for NY Central. (Christian Guardian) Births - Whitmore, a daughter was born May 14 1924 in Medicine Hat Alberta. Sh was daughter for Rev. and Mrs N.W. Whitmore of Eyremore Alberta

WHITTLE, Edward T. was born in 1814 in Cty. Tyrone Ireland and died in 1886 and was buried at Belsyde, Old Section, Division B, Section 1 to 3 Fergus Ont. He married Jane who was born 1812 and died in 1882. In 1881 he was living in Fergus and was a Episcopal Minister, 1858 Deacon full connection Brantford District and Durham District, 1858 Lay Preacher Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1859 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1860 Removal, 1863-1866 Lay Preacher Garafraxa (Wellington Co.).

WICHER, John was received as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1864, 1857-1858 Lay Preacher Hallowell, Huntingdon & Hastings Napanee District, 1864 Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1865 Napanee & Denbigh (Hastings Co.), 1869 Craighurst (Simcoe Co.),

WICKETT, W.T. was born in 1868 in Columbus Ontario and died on Nov 11 1923 in Tyrone Ontario and was buried at Little Britain Methodist Cemetery. In June of 1895 he married Emily E. Yea of Little Britain Ontario (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Rev W.T. Wickett died Nov 11 1923 Tyrone Ontario, age 55 years. 1913-1917 Baileyboro,

WIGHT, L.S. 1910-1912 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1920-1925 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.)

WILD, Joseph M.A. D.D. was born in 1834 in England, Episcopal, 1864 Received on trial, 1864 Orono Colborne District, 1865-1872 Professor, Albert College, 1868 Elder Toronto District, 1870-1871 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1873 to N.Y. East Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church (Brooklyn, New Jersey), 1877 Trafalger South Twp. (Halton Co.) owned 100 acres on Con III S, Lot 31

WILDE, Robert Episcopal 1836 Local preacher WILEY, George W. 1870 Port-au-Basque Nfld

WILKIN, J.W. was born on March 11, 1868 in Ontario and died on Feb 7, 1939 in Ontario. He was ordained in 1904, 1911-1916 Victoria British Columbia

WILKINSON, H. 1919-1920 Greenwood,

WILKINSON, Henry was born in 1815 in the United States, New Connexion, 1833 Binbrook, 1834 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1835 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1841 Kemptville (Johnstown), 1846-1847 Markham, 1848-1849 Binbrook, 1851 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1852-1853 Elm St. Toronto, 1854-1856 London, 1862 Brownsville (Oxford Co.), 1871 King (York Co.)

WILKINSON, Hyram H. 1831 Prescott, 1846 Barrie, 1863 Erin (Wellington Co.)

WILKINSON, John was born in 1803 in England, New Connexion, 1840 Binbrook, 1871 Norwich South (Oxford Co.)

WILKINSON, John A. was born in 1835 in the United States, New Connexion, 1871 Simcoe Town (Norfolk Co.)

Rev. John M. Wilkinson WILKINSON, John M. B.A. was born on December 5, 1852 in Markham, Ontario and was received on trial in 1874 in Hamilton and ordained in Belleville in 1880. He was married in December 1881 to Emma, eldest daughter of R. Philip, merchant manufacturer, of Toronto. 1874 Port Hope, 1877-1878 Sutherland, 1879 Port Perry, 1880 Bradford, 1881 Toronto, 1881 Greenwood/Brougham, 1882 Barrie, 1886 St. Agnes St. Toronto, 1889 Peoples Tabernacle Mission Toronto

                                

WILKINSON, T.L. 1890 Wainfleet (Welland)

WILKINSON, William 1884 Christie's/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

WILKS, Joseph Episcopal 1873 was received on trial, 1875 Deacon full connexion, 1873 Queensville Colourne District, 1874 Clarke, 1875 Minden, 1876-1877 Kinmount Toronto District, 1877 Elder Toronto District, 1878-1880 Whitby, 1881-1882 Uxbridge, 1883 withdrew

WILL, Ebenezer was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1863 Received on trial, 1866 Deacon Full Connexion, 1863 Bluevale Toronto District, 1864-1865 Whitby, 1866 Brampton Huron Dist., 1867 Elma, 1868 Elder Toronto District, 1868-1871 Melancthon (Grey Co.), 1871 -1874 superannuated Brampton, 1875 letter of removal

WILL, Henry Episcopal, 1843-1845 Lay preacher Malahide

WILL, John Episcopal 1877-1884 Lay Preacher Norwich

WILL, Phineas D. was born in 1833 in Ontario and was received in 1858, 1866 Newmarket (York Co.), 1869 Meaford, 1870-1871 St. Vincent/Euphrasia Tp. (Grey Co.)

WILL, William Episcopal 1879 Received on trial, 1879 Harwich, 1880 Thamesville, 1881 College, 1881 Deacon Full Connexion, 1882 Asst. Carman, Manitoba, 1883 without charge Wyoming, 1884 to Detroit Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1884 Elder Chatham District

WILLBRIDGE, J.S. Episcopal, 1879 Received on trial

WILLBY, Richard was born in June 1796 in Lincolnshire, England and died on March 9 1859 in Howard Twp. He came to Canada in 1827, settling in Hope Twp. where he joined the Bible Christian Church. In 1856 he moved with his family to Howard Twp. where he joined the Wesleyan Methodist Church.

WILLETS, J. Episcopal 1859 Lay Preacher Niagara District

WILLIAMS, B. Episcopal 1876 Lay Preacher Brampton

WILLIAMS, C. Episcopal 1874-1877 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

WILLIAMS, Daniel 1901-1902 Greenwood, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Roger Allin - an appreciation. He was born Dec 11 1844 near Bowmanville Ontario married in 1873 to Miss Jane Williams (died Aug 16 1898), sister of late John Williams of Cobourg Ontario and the Rev. Daniel Williams died Feb 29 1924 Brooklin Ontario and was buried in Picton Ontario beside wife at Glenwood Cemetery. He moved to Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin before moving back to Ontario and was survived by a son Prof. Cephas D. Williams of the University of Minnesota and 2 sisters Mrs Grace Pridham of Mitchell and Mrs Jane Harper who lived with Rev. Williams

WILLIAMS, David was born in 1826 and died on Dec 15, 1902, Episcopal 1864 was received on trial, 1866 Deacon full connexion, His daughter Laura H. was married on August 14, 1872 to Rev. Daniel Ecker and she diec on April 21, 1890 leaving two daughters. 1864 Nanticoke Niagara District, 1865-1866 Smithville, 1868 Elder Oxford District, 1867-1869 Barton/Binbrook Brantford District, 1871-1872 Walsingham, 1873 Oakland, 1874 Erie District, 1875 Charlotteville, 1877-1884 superannuated Charlotteville

WILLIAMS, David was born in 1831 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Artemesia, 1871 Amabel (Bruce Co.), 1872-1874 Markdale, 1875 Artemesia

WILLIAMS, Hiram was born in 1822 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1845 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Thurlow (Hastings Co.)

WILLIAMS, John 1846-1848 Sydenham/Walpole Mission, 1854-1855 Berlin and Blenheim (Waterloo Co.)

WILLIAMS, John A. was received on trial in 1846, 1844 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1845-1846 Frankford, 1846 Thurlow Twp.(Hastings Co.), 1849 Wawanosh/Colbourne (Huron Co.), 1851 Blanchard (Oxford Co.), 1852-1853 Derby (Grey Co.), 1853 Sydenham, 1854 Camden East, 1854-1855 Wilton (Kingston), 1866-1869 Port Hope,

WILLIAMS, R.J. (Christian Guardian) Births - Williams, a daughter was born on Jan 2 1923 to Rev and Mrs Williams of Assinibois

WILLIAMS, Richard entered the Wesleyan ministry in 1813 at Hungerford in Berkshire. He volunteered for the mission to Canada in 1814 and served for over five years in the east of the colony. In 1821 he transferred to Jamaica for two years, after which he returned to Canada where he spent the rest of his life. He died in 1856.

WILLIAMS, Richard W. was born in 1847 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Newcastle, 1871 Darlington (Durham Co.), 1877-1881 Kitchener (Waterloo Co.)

WILLIAMS, Thomas was born in 1811 in England and was received on trial in 1840, 1840-1841 Florence/Thames, 1846 Warwick, 1854-1855 Binbrook/Glanford/Seneca, 1866-1869 Oakwood, 1871 Sarawak (Grey Co.)

WILLIAMS, Thomas G. was received on trial in 1861, 1867-1869 Huntingdon,

WILLIAMS, William H. was received on trial in 1820 and was the son of William and Margaret Pearse Williams. 1823 Scarborough, 1835 Prescott, 1836-1837 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1844 Wentworth, 1846 Oxford, 1847 Oswegatchie District, 1850 Osnabruck (Stormont Co.), 1851 Leeds, 1852-1854 Richmond, 1854 Camden East, 1854-1855 Percy/Seymour (Hastings Co.), 1856-1869 Matilda (retired)

WILLIAMS, William D.D.was born in 1836 in England, New Connexion. In 1859 he married Mary Brennan of Hamilton. 1847 Kitley (Johnstown), 1851 Amherstburg, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Aylmer (Brantford), 1871 Hespler, 1875 Simcoe, 1876 Centenary Hamilton, 1879-1881 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1888 Cambridge St. Lindsay, 1906 Los Angeles Ca.

Rev. Jonathon S. Williamson WILLIAMSON, Jonathan S. was born on July 3, 1842 in Darlington Twp., Durham Co, Ontario, Episcopal, He has been twice married, first, on March 13, 1866 to Lucy Mulholland. of Troy, and on May 4, 1874 he married Ada A. Woolverton, daughter of the late Dr. Wolverton of Hamilton (Wentworth Co.). He was received on trial in 1865 and ordained in 1867 at Lambeth. (Christian Guardian) Golden Wedding May 4 1924 Rev J.S. Williamson and Mrs Williamson celebrated 50th anniversary at home in Toronto Ontario. They were married in 1874 in Hamilton Ontario nee Miss Ada Woolverton of Hamilton Ontario, and since 1919 have lived in Toronto Ontario. The have three daughters: one lives at home, Mrs J.R. Gibson is in Toronto Ontario, and Mrs (Rev) H.H. Bingham is in Calgary Alberta. 1865 Brant, 1866 Ingersoll, 1867 Yarmouth, 1868 Seaforth, 1869-1871 was ordained as a Elder at London, 1872 Hamilton, 1877 Brantford (Brant Co.), 1880 Hamilton, 1883 Norwich, 1886 Paris, 1889 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1891 Oakville, 1919-1924 Toronto

WILLIAMSON, W. D.D. was born in 1852 and died in 1924 in Toronto Ontario

WILLIS, Charles S. was born in 1837 in England, Primitive, 1871 Loughborough (Addington Co.)

WILLISTON, John K. was born in 1811 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1832, 1835 Westminster (London), 1840-1841 Florence/Thames, 1854 Adelaide (London), 1855 Strathroy, 1864-1871 Strathroy (Middlesex Co.)(retired),

WILLMOTT, John C. M.A. was born in 1836 in Onatario and was received on trial in 1860, 1865 Walyrt's Falls (Grey Co.), 1869 Cainsville, 1871 Brantford, 1890-1893 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

WILLMOT, William was born in 1832 in England, New Connexion, 1871 Clarke (Durham Co.)

Rev. WilloughbyWILLOUGHBY, N.R. M.A. D.D. was born in 1837 and died in 1906 and was received on trial in 1856, 1867-1869 Picton, 1888-1889 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

                                

                                

                                

                                

WILLOUGHBY, William was born in 1812 in Coon, County Kilkenny, Ireland, was received on trial in 1836 and died on April 17, 1890 in Brantford. 1835 Wolford (Rideau Circuit), 1836 probation at Clarendon, 1837 Perth and Bywater, 1838 Mississippi, 1839 Ottawa, Full connexion and ordained in 1840 and sent to Osgoode, 1841-1842 Elizabethtown, 1843 Rideau, 1844-1845 Dumfries/Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1845 Florence/Chatham, 1846 Bath/Grenville Co., 1846 Chatham, 1847-1848 Nelson, 1849-1051 Georgetown, 1852-1855 Newmarket, 1856-1858 Whitby, 1859-1860 Richmond Hill, 1862-1864 Brampton, 1865-1867 Oakville, 1867-1870 Waterdown, 1871-1873 Mount Pleasant Flamborough East (Wentworth Co.), 1874-1876 Caledonia, 1877-1878 Cainsville, 1879-1890 Salford

WILLS, Ebenezer 1873 Westervelt's Corners (Brampton)

WILLSON, Gilman Episcopal 1862-1865 Bracebridge, he retired from active work in 1865 because of his health, but continued to reside in the neighbourhood, at Willson's Falls, to which he gave his name and where he had a lumber mill. He was later to become one of Macaulay Twp. first municipal councillors in 1871 and served for a number of years. It is understood that the graves of Rev. and Mrs. Willson and others of their family are at Nipissing Junction; it may have been that they went there sometime after the railway was constructed that far north in the late 1880's. He performed the first wedding ceremony in Bracebridge in February 1866 when the bride was his daughter Elizabeth and the bridegroom was William Holditch. Mr. Holditch's sister was bridesmaid and the best man was Rev. J.W. Tolten, Wesleyan Methodist missionary.

WILLSON, John R. was born in 1839 in Ontario, 1871 Ameliasburgh (Prince Edward Co.)

WILSON, Albert C. was received on trial in 1866, 1866-1867 Greenwood/Brougham, 1869 Markham, 1872 Thorah (Ontario Co.), 1889 Ashburnham (Peterborough Co.)

WILSON, Andrew 1892 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

WILSON, David was born in 1818 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Fredericksburgh N. (Lennox Co.)

WILSON, Fred E. 1922 Stoney Plain AB (Christian Guardian) Births - Wilson, a daughter was born on Nov 29 1922 at Stoney Plain Alberta to Rev. and Mrs Fred E. Wilson

WILSON, I. 1883 Asphodel Twp.,

WILSON, J.C. 1871 Cartwright (Durham), 1894-1897 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.)

WILSON, J.P. D.D. 1908 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

WILSON, James 1823 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1829 Binbrook,

WILSON, John was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Aylwin,

WILSON, John B.A. was received on trial in 1867, 1868-1869 Waterdown,

WILSON, John Carroll was received on trial in 1862, 1866-1869 Beaverton,

WILSON, John V. was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received on trial as a New Connexion minister in 1854, 1854-1855 Nanticoke, 1869 La Chute, 1871 Brant Twp. (Bruce Co.)

WILSON, Richard was born in 1826 in England, and was received on trial in 1853 and ordained in 1854, 1854-1855 Nanticoke (Norfolk Co.), 1867-1869 Wilton, 1869-1871 Camden East, 1871 Kingston Twp. (Frontenac Co.)

WILSON, Robert Ph. D. was born in PEI and was received on trial in 1853, 1870 Sheffield N.B.

WILSON, Samuel was received on trial in 1856, 1862-1864 Erin/Hillsburgh/Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1869 Farmersville,

WILSON, William F. was born and educated in the Cty. of York. He entered the ministry in 1879, 1883 Hanover, 1885 Chesley, 1887 Kirkville, 1888-1897 Toronto, 1897 Wesley Church Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1901 President of Guelph Conference, spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church Monday November 4, 1901

WILSON, William George was born on Feb 8 1850 in Peterborough and died on Feb 21 1925 in Lashburn and was buried at Beechwood Cemetery in Lashburn Ontario. On Jun 20 1883 he married Margaret Ann Morton

WILSON, William H. 1891 Free Methodist Scarborough Circuit (York Co.),

WINKLER, Phillip was born in 1821 in Germany, Episcopal, 1871 Bentick (Grey Co.)

WINTER, David was born in 1848 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1868, 1867-1869 Bobcaygeon, 1871 Ops (Victoria Co.)

WINTERBOTHAM, John 1870 Pownal PEI

Rev. W.H. Withrow WITHROW, William H. M.A. D.D. F.R.S.C. was born in 1839 on Bay Street, Toronto. New Connexion, He was received on trial in 1863 as a Wesleyan minister after graduating from Victoria College. He was ordained at Hamilton in 1864. In 1874 he became editor of the "Canada Methodist Magazine" and Sunday School periodicals. He was married in 1864 to Ann Smith who was born at Delhi, daughter of John Smith and she died in 1901. 1864 Hamilton, 1866 Waterford, 1867-1869 Davenport and Seaton, 1869 East & West Churches Montreal, 1870 Main Street Hamilton, 1872 Rice Lake, 1873 Toronto, 1874 Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1877-1878 Wesleyan College Hamilton

                                

WITTED, James G. 1852-1853 Consecon (Prince Edward Co.), 1854-1855 Colborne

WITTMON, W.H. 1868 Davenport (York Co.)

WOLSEY, Thomas was born in 1819 in England, 1871 Tuscarora (Brant Co.)

WOOD, Brock was born in 1804 in England, 1871 York West

Rev. Enoch WoodWOOD, Enoch D.D 1854 Chairman of Conference, 1857-1869 Missionary Secretary Toronto, 1875 President of Toronto Conference

                                

                                

                                

                                

WOOD, George was born in 1826 in England, Primitive, 1866-1869 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 King (York Co.), 1871-1874 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

WOOD, James A. 1881 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

WOOD, John Episcopal, 1882 Sweaborg,

WOODCOCK, Eli was born in 1824 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1853 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Hungerford (Hastings Co.)

WOODGER, F. 1886 Greenwood,

WOODS, William 1870 City Mission St. John N.B.

Rev. James Woodsworth WOODSWORTH, James was born on May 3,1843 in Toronto, Ontario and was received on trial in 1864 and was ordained in 1868. He married Miss E. Josephine Shaver of Etobicoke on June 16, 1868. 1867-1869 Vespra, 1871 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.), 1880 Chairman Bracebridge District, 1882-1887 Portage la Prairie, 1891 Superintendent of Methodist Missions in Manitoba and the North-West

                                

                                

WOODSWORTH, 1853 Asphodel Twp.,

WOODSWORTH, Richard W. was born in Toronto in 1846 and was twice married - first to Charlotte J. Bridgmn on July 11, 1871 who died in 1901, at fifty-five years of age and they had four children. Mr. Woodsworth's second wife was Anna E. Day, for twelve years a missionary in Africa. In 1906 they were living at No. 105 Yorkville Ave., Toronto. He was received on trial in 1867, 1867 Smithville, 1868 Aurora, 1869 Thorold, 1871 Ridgetown, 1871 ordained at Belleville, 1872 Wardsville, 1873 Ridgetown, 1874 Jarvis, 1875 Dundas, 1879 Colbourne Street Brantford, 1883 Niagara Falls South, 1887 Woodstock, 1899 Toronto

WOOLSEY, Thomas was born in 1803 in Gainsborough Lincolnshire England, 1837 arrived Canada and was received in 1852, 1852-1853 Simcoe (Brantford District), 1853 received on trial, 1854-1855 Brighton, 1867-1869 New Credit,

WORKMAN, George Coulson was born on Sept 28, 1848 in Grafton Ontario, and was the son of George Sayer Workmand, merchant of Cobourg and Sarah Ann Coulson of Grafton. He was ordained in June 1878

WORRALL, J.W. Primitive, 1901-1903 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

WRIGHT, A. was born in 1816 and died on Sep 3 1895. He married Sarah Ann Wright who was born in 1818 and died on Aug 25 1896, and was buried in Foxboro Cemetery, Thurlow Twp. (Hastings Co.)

WRIGHT, Daniel 1839 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1839 Norfolk Sr. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1842 Florence/Thames, 1854 Brock

WRIGHT, David was an early local preacher in Adolphustown and was received in 1821, 1821 Spencerville/Edwardsburg, 1828 Scarborough, 1835 Chairman London District, 1835-1837 London, 1838 Westmister London, 1854-1855 Nelson (Halton Co.) superannuated, 1867-1869 Leslieville (retired),

WRIGHT, J.M. 1906 Fergus (Wellington Co)

WRIGHT, H. Merwyn married Millie Cox, 1924 Lyons Ontario

WRIGHT, Peter was born in 1812 in Ontario, and died on Sep 22 1890. He was buried in the Weaver Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), Episcopal, 1860 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Percy (Northumberland Co.), 1886 Stratford

WRIGHT, Wesley P. M.A. Professor of Natural Sciences. He was born in 1830 in the United States and was received as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1863, 1863-1869 Professor at the Female College in Hamilton, 1871 Hamilton, 1897-1900 Cumnock Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1920-1921 BME Essex St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

WRIGHT, William E. 1888 Johnstown, 1922 Shanly Ontario (Christian Guardian)Births - Lloyd James Wright was born on Oct 17 1922 in Shanly Ontario to Rev William E. and Mrs Wright 1923-1928 Johnstown,

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YOKAM, Rev. 1868 Ancaster (Wentworfth Co.)

YOUMANS, David Episcopal was born in 1771 in Upper Canada (Dutch) and died in 1856, 1808 Thurlow Twp., 1818 York, 1820 Scarborough, 1846 Colbourne District, 1854-1855 Markham superannuated, 1867-1871 Bradford (Simcoe Co.)

YOUMANS, Jay S. D.D. was born in 1832 in Prince Edward Co. Ontario and was received in 1853, 1854 on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854-1855 Percy/Seymour (Hastings Co.), Erie Conference United States

YOUNG, A.H. 1882-1885 Florence/Thames

YOUNG, Egerton Ryerson was received on trial in 1863. He was the son William Young, 1864 Thorold, 1867-1869 Norway House, 1886 Meaford, 1902 Toronto

Rev. George Young YOUNG, George of U.E.L. descent was born in Prince Edward Co. December 31, 1821. He was received on trial in 1842, 1843 Florence/Chatham, 1845 Queenston (Niagara), 1846-1847 Thorold (Niagara), 1848-1850 Binbrook/Hamilton, 1854-1855 Belleville, 1858-1860 Brantford, 1862 Centreville, 1866 Toronto, 1867-1869 Superintendent of Missions in Manitoba and Red River, 1877 Toronto

                                

                                

YOUNG, James 1906 Wesley/Underwood,

YOUNG, John was born in 1843 in Ontario, 1871 Kingston Tp. (Frontenac Co.)

YOUNG, K. 1850-1851 Toronto

YOUNG, Samuel Squires was born in 1819 in Brampton Ontario, Episcopal, He was the son of William Young and he died on Mar 29 1925 in Whitby Hospital Ontario and was buried in Whites Cemetery, Sidney Twp. Trenton Ontario. He was the last survivor of his family - predeceased by brothers Rev. William John Young, Rev. Charles Young, and Rev. Egerton R. Young, 1871 Tyendinaga (Hastings Co.)

YOUNG, Sheldon Episcopal 1844 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1857-1858 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

YOUNG, T. 1849 Vaughan (York Co.)

YOUNG, William was born in 1809 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1831, 1833 Asphodel Twp., 1835 Lindsay, 1843 Norwood, 1843-1844 Colbourne District, 1846 Lindsay, 1852-1853 Brampton, 1854-1855 Bradford, 1858-1869 Trenton (retired),

YOUNG, William John and was received on trial in 1868. 1868 Saskatchewan Valley Mission, He was the son of William Young, 1868 Stirling (Hastings Co.), 1869 Wilton, 1871 Murray (Northumberland Co.)

YOURT, Alexander was born on Aug. 28, 1791 and he married Isabella Gray who was born on April 14, 1798, both born in County Antrim, Ireland. They had at least 8 children. Margaret (Dec. 30, 1824), Francis Yourt (Mar. 6, 1827), Hudson, (1831), William John (July 20, 1833), John (1838), Robert (1839), Mary A. (June 5, 1840) and Sarah (Sept. 21, 1841). It is believed the family came to Canada in 1843. Alexander was a Methodist Minister and the family settled in Wellington County in Ontario.

YULE, George 1902-1905 Springville Monaghan Twp.,

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