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151 death Feb 1931 Gooderham, Eva Clarabel (I572)
 
152 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (J.H.W.) (I801)
 
153 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (E.A.W.) (I804)
 
154 Diabetes
1072 Bathurst St. Toronto ON Canada 
Lailey, Harriett Elizabeth (I1655)
 
155 died age 12 Miller, Ruth (I3077)
 
156 died age 3 Sweetman, Aileen (I2907)
 
157 died due to Tetnus Near, Alpheus (I1611)
 
158 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (C.H.) (I1053)
 
159 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (W.M.M.) (I1372)
 
160 died in infancy Wilkes, unknown (I2936)
 
161 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (G.A.M.) (I827)
 
162 died young? Gooderham, George (I217)
 
163 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Family F358
 
164 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Family F861
 
165 Don and Danforth Rd. Toronto Ont Can Hamilton, John (I1803)
 
166 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Living: (D.u. b~) (I1384)
 
167 Draft Registration Cards for WW1 & WW2 available thru familysearch.org. Immigration to USA 1889 Armstrong, Frank Morton (I1282)
 
168 Dropsy Putnam, Rev. Alanson Harris (I1656)
 
169 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (J.E.G.) (I482)
 
170 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (G.D.) (I1420)
 
171 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (E.D.G.) (I939)
 
172 Enright reports middle name as Hargraft but Canada Census 1911 shows no middle name. Gooderham, Edward Hargraft (I663)
 
173 Family Search Org Buchanan, Robert Dunn (I1276)
 
174 farmer (see occupation of father on his son Edgar Thomas's birth record) Gooderham, Ira Worts (I479)
 
175 Father changed last name to Eaton (his mother's maiden name). His father was Eldridge Dean Gooderham Brouse. So Nancy was born a Brouse. Eaton, Nancy Alice Edward (I2485)
 
176 Find A Grave Memorial# 96290291 Smyth, William H (I1290)
 
177 First cousin to his wife Mary Ann Miller Miller, Judson Sr. (I1391)
 
178 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (N.M.) (I2488)
 
179 Florence was adopted and kept her mother's maiden name, Hamilton.


For photo see:
http://www.appletonchocolates.ca/huestis/h1273.htm 
Hamilton, Florence Gooderham (I396)
 
180 Florentine Col. - Dahlia Terrace, GM, Lot 0, Stillwell, Margaret (I1484)
 
181 Florentine Col. - Dahlia Terrace, GM, Lot 0, Space 8707
Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, CA USA 
Banks, Addison Lawrence (I1485)
 
182 Frank married Lois Van Tine, 25 December 1911. He divorced sometime before 1930. He had no children. Armstrong, Frank Morton (I1282)
 
183 Friends Cemetery, Quaker Street, Norwich, Ont.-15 A 2 Effie A. , wife of Fred W. Stover, died Apr 28 1899 in her 24th year Smyth, Effie Alice (I1504)
 
184 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (M.B.) (I789)
 
185 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (D.B.W.) (I731)
 
186 god father to David Butler White Sr. Gooderham, Henry Stephen (I91)
 
187 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Private: (J.H.S.G.) (I793)
 
188 Grain broker in Winnipeg, Partner of Zellers according to Peter Buchanan Gooderham. Gooderham, Harold Dean (I445)
 
189 grandson of the missionary William Ellis:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Ellis_%28missionary%29
 
Ellis, Philip William sr. (I363)
 
190 Grange Road Cemetery no longer exists. It is now a green space. A small number of headstones remain, but have been relocated against a wall. Sparkhall, Bower (I225)
 
191 Grange Road Cemetery no longer exists. It is now a green space. A small number of headstones remain, but have been relocated against a wall. Brown, Louisa (I1438)
 
192 Had TB when he was 21 so he ran the 800 acre family farm (Manor Farm on the water in Clarkson, Ontario) according to Peter Buchanan Gooderham. Gooderham, Gordon Stewart II (I485)
 
193 He was a surveyor in Ontario and drowned while enroute from York (Toronto) to Newcastle when the ship HMS Speedy sank. (8 Oct, 1804) Stegman, Johann Friedrick Guillaume (I2216)
 
194 Heart disease. Rice, Thomas George (I1638)
 
195 Helen Younder's notes from Louise Southern said Sara, daughter of Ezekiel, married William Ardagh. But subsequently, Janis Vodden, a direct descendant said Sara married Skelton.
A reunion index card indicates husband was William Ardagh and there were four children:
Alicia nickname Leash, unmarried
Lillie unmarried
Francis nickname Fanny married name Coe
Sarah married name Reed 
Ardagh, William (I141)
 
196 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Living: (R.B.M. b~) (I3421)
 
197 Holy Trinity Cathedral, New Westminster BC, Canada Family F623
 
198 Due to possible privacy issues, any person born 1910 or later is presumed to be living. For private and living individuals their name is initialized with gender like this:
(G.C.K.G. b~1957 [⧬]) to provide a measure of privacy. 
Living: (N.W.G. b~) (I1145)
 
199 http://www.appletonchocolates.ca/huestis/h127.htm Huestis, Reverend Stephen Fulton (I1375)
 
200 http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/h/u/n/Edward-Clarence-Hunter-jr/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0280.html

History - from "The Toronto Telegram" - There's a piece of Canadian history for sale in North York. It's 90 Burndale Rd., the house in which William Lyon Mackenzie hid in 1837, when his reform rebellion was crushed. Not only does the old shiplap home reek with history but it carries scars of those angry days. Roof rafters still show the charring they got when troops, hopping to drive out the rebel leader, set the house afire. Records show a Crown grant of the 210 acres bounded by Yonge to
Bathurst Streets from Shepard Ave to Finch Ave in 1797 to James Johnson. Next year it was transferred to William Dickson. In 1802 it was taken over by Joseph Shepard (after whom Sheppard Ave. is named), and three years later he acquired a further 210 acres running up to Steeles Ave. One of the founding congregaton of St. John's Anglican Church in York Mills, Shepard is said in some circles to have built his house in either 1802 or 1805. An old friend of theShepard family, Mackenzie fled
to their house on Dec 7, 1837, after his plot to capture Toronto was put down in a one-death skirmish at Montgomery's Tavern, his headquarters. He was aided in his flight by Michael, Jacob and Thomas, sons of Shepard.
Death - date from Dorothy Milne (dhmilne@connection.com) Also got the following: Joseph of Yonge Street applied for a town lot in Kingston ON in 1790 (east of Toronto). To York 1793? very possible. 
Shepard, Joseph (I3217)
 

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