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Leonard Walden Meyers
Hastings County

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Descendants of Leonard Meyers and Margaret Ackerman
 
Generation No. 1 
1.  LEONARD5 MEYERS  (CAPTAIN JOHN WALDEN4, HANS JERG (GEORGE)3 WALDENMAIER, JOHANN GEORG2 WALTERMAIER, MATTHAEUS1) was born 1772, and died Bef. 17 October 1830.  He married (1) LENA WESTFALL.    He married (2) MARGARET ACKERMAN 14 April 1793 in Fredericksburgh. 
Children of LEONARD MEYERS and MARGARET ACKERMAN are:
                   i.    RACHEL6 MEYERS, m. WELLS MUNN.
                  ii.    ANNIE OR NANCY MEYERS, m. JOHN BROWN.
                 iii.    MARGARET MEYERS, m. JOHN SMITH.
                 iv.    JOHN LEONARD W. MEYERS, m. NANCY MEYERS.
                  v.    JAMES W. MEYERS.
                 vi.    MARY MEYERS, b. 17 October 1800; m. PETER VANDERVOORT; b. 1784; d. 1840.

BIRTH/DEATH
47 M v. Leonard (Leendert) WALDEN MEYERS-2462 was born 1772 and died before 17 Oct 1830.
Source: excerpt from the book by Herman Witthoft, Sr

MARRIAGE
REV. JOHN LANGHORN REGISTER OF ST. PAUL'S
CHURCH, FREDERICKSBURGH.
Leonard Walden Meyers, Sidney, bachelor, and Margaret Ackerman, Adolphustown, spinster
April 14, 1793 Katreen Cole, Jinney Ostrom, Alex. Vanalstine, Tobias Meyers.
Source: Bill Martin's web site
ONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Papers and Records
Volume 1, Published in Toronto in 1899
Reprinted in 1930.
Pages 14-70.

MILITARY
Lieutenant Lenard W. Meyers, Hastings Militia, date of commission is Dec. 12, 1798, dated Feb., 10, 1799.
Source: Early Militia Lists of Hastings County 1799-1826, from the William Bell Papers; compiled by Don Kellaway, 1994, Quinte Branch, OGS, p. 1.

ASSAULT
"Leonard Walden Meyers, Sydney, on 27 July 1804 did assault at Murray Twp, Northumberland District, Phoebe Smith, wife of John Smith, Murray, tailor" ... " with force and arms an assault did make and her, the said Phoebe Smith, then and there did beat wound and evil entreat and these to her other enormous things did to the great damage hurt her .."
Source: Newcastle District Court Quarter sessions, RG 22-31, Box 1, AO, barcode B288076

POSSIBLE CHILD
Buried 23rd August 1847, Abraham W Meyers of the Trent, aged 46 yrs. PG Bartlett
Note: No secondary record has an Abraham W Meyers. The "W" strongly suggests he is a "Walter Meyers".
Page 219, image 227
Source: Register, St John's Anglican Church, Ameliasburgh, 1833 - 1848, held at Anglican Archives, Kingston, 2-A-1, in file AA Ameliasburgh 781-1043