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201 http://www.appletonchocolates.ca/huestis/h127.htm Huestis, Reverend Stephen Fulton (I1375)
 
202 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)
 
203 http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/h/u/n/Edward-Clarence-Hunter-jr/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0280.html

History - from Fischer Family History, Chapter IX, page 125. "Joseph
Shepard was born in the United States and came to Canada with his
family, Bay of Quinte area, in 1774 at the age of 9 [Note: this means he was born about 1765]. "About 1794 he moved to York and is said to have helped to build the first shanty when Toronto was founded as the Town of York. In 1795 what was to become the City of Toronto was surveyed into lots and at that time consisted of twelve houses. By 1802 the number of houses had increased to about 120. He is said to have been the oldest pioneer of this area. His first home was a log cabin erected in 1798 at the site where Dempsey's now stands at the corner of Yonge and Sheppard. In Council at York, on July 2, 1798, Lot 17, Concession I, West of Yonge, was confirmed to him. The statement of Settlers along Yonge Street in 1797 shows that he had about twelve acres partly cleared and had built his log house." In 1802 Joseph purchased 210 acres of land, Lot 16, Concession I, west of Yonge street. 
Shepard, Joseph (I3217)
 
204 http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/h/u/n/Edward-Clarence-Hunter-jr/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0280.html

Marriage - Notes from Ted Granger - Married Catherine Fischer, 11 Apr 1803, at St. James Log church, York, the first church build in York (at the corner of the present King and Church).
CHILDREN: (Joseph & Catherine Fischer) Mary Shepard (1804-1884), Thomas Shepard (1805-1889), Jacob Shepard (1806-1854), Elizabeth Shepard (1807-1833), Michael Shepard (1809-1873), Catherine Shepard (1810-1897), Joseph Shepard (1814-1899), Sarah Shepard (1819-1892). 
Family F1097
 
205 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.H.G.) (I1234)
 
206 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.E.B.B.) (I753)
 
207 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: (A.F.) (I550)
 
208 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.P.B.) (I1046)
 
209 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
 
210 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.A.G.) (I934)
 
211 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 F1102
 
212 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FMNN-7YF
Name: Charles Wm Walker
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 08 Dec 1874
Event Place: Thornhill, York, Ontario, Canada
Age: 30
Birth Year (Estimated): 1844
Father's Name: William
Mother's Name: Louisa
Spouse's Name: Eliza C Notten
Spouse's Age: 28
Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated): 1846
Spouse's Father's Name: John Henry
Spouse's Mother's Name: Jane
Page: 012662
Digital Folder Number: 004529118
GS Film Number: 1863648 , Image Number: 00067  
Family F13
 
213 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MQQ1-6G9 Harrison, Archibald (I3225)
 
214 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MVF7-ZND

In the summer of 1845, the first non-Aboriginal settlers arrived in the area. The Crown did not make land available for sale in the region until 1854.

The town was named after Archibald Harrison, a Toronto farmer who was granted land along the Maitland River in 1854. Harrison's brothers George and Joshua built several mills in the area and the community soon grew.

Wickipedia

Four of Christopher Harrison?s brothers - including my great-great-grandfather Joshua pioneered north and west in the 1850?s and founded the town of Harriston Ontario (which was named for the family). I grew up near there. Another old Harriston resident was Gerry FitzGerald - founder of the Connaught Laboratories. He grew up in Harriston where his father was the town pharmacist.

Paul Litt 
Harrison, Christopher (I3212)
 
215 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJ8D-ZG5Y Harrison, Asenath (I472)
 
216 https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:9Q97-Y391-GQG?mode=g&i=131&cc=1784216 Family F145
 
217 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.R.H.C.) (I2991)
 
218 https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/thestar/obituary.aspx?n=paul-dwight-turner&pid=191183598&fhid=11575 Turner, Paul Dwight (I2148)
 
219 https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Harrison-3248 Wright, Elizabeth (I3222)
 
220 https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Harrison-3248 Harrison, William (I3221)
 
221 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: (u.S.) (I2975)
 
222 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: (u.M. b~) (I2705)
 
223 Hydrostatic pneumonia
Woodstock General Hosp. Woodstock, ON Canada 
Smart, William George (I1499)
 
224 In the census of 1861, Mary is listed as a widow and her name is BRIGGS indicating that she was married to BRIGGS before 1861. She is living with Thomas and Maria (Sparkhall) LAILEY and family on the north side of Wellesley St. in Toronto.

In 1871, Mary is living with her Daughter Sarah Gallant Johnston's family in Windsor, Essex County, ON. she is again listed as widowed.

In 1881,Mary is again living with the Thomas Lailey family in St. James Ward, Toronto. Unfortunately the street is not given. 
Worts, Mary (I86)
 
225 index card for Thomas Gooderham (son of James, grandson of Ezekiel says no children but census suggests otherwise) Gooderham, Viola (I215)
 
226 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.H.G.) (I1234)
 
227 infant son of Violet Dean Bird (nee Gooderham) died in infancy Bird, unknown (I2477)
 
228 Info came from Ward McKimm McKimm, Joan (I3467)
 
229 Info came from Ward McKimm McKimm, Sheila (I3468)
 
230 Information provided by Janis Vodden Cuthbert, Susan Keffer (I2593)
 
231 Ingvar Vikan notes that William Herbert Morrison owned a brass works and was enrolled at UCC as a boy. Morrison, William Herbert (I2093)
 
232 Interment # 124576, Lot E-159, Plot -Palm
Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA USA  
Sherk, Jessie (I1574)
 
233 Interment # 99754, Lot E159, Plot-Palm
Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA USA
 
Penrose, Thomas Emlen (I1578)
 
234 Interment #123796. Lot 972, Plot- B
Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA US 
Sherk, Laura (I1572)
 
235 Interment #170875 Lot E159, Plot- Palm
Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA USA 
Sherk, Louie Florence (I1577)
 
236 Interment #4794- Lot 1439, Plot AD GR
Inglewood Park Cemetery, Los Angeles,
California, USA 
Sherk, Johnathan (I1571)
 
237 IOOF CEMETERY-part of Mount Hope Cridler, Arthur Lee (I1527)
 
238 IOOF- New Westminster, BC Johnson, Emma Eliza (I1935)
 
239 It is believed he died of pneumonia - source his granddaughter. Gooderham, Archibald Roderick (I121)
 
240 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.G.) (I2598)
 
241 John and Mary were married St. James Cathedral, York (Toronto). Bishop John Strachan officiated. Witnesses were Maria Sparkhall, sister of the bride and Joseph Chilver (looks like). John's signature is an "X"and appears to have been signed by the Bishop. Family F410
 
242 Kidney Failure Lailey, Mary Ellen (I1654)
 
243 Killed in action WW1 Gooderham, Roderick Malcolm (I2065)
 
244 killed in war Monro, George Gooderham (I2648)
 
245 Kingsway Nursing Home, Burnaby BC Pearson, Carolina (I1934)
 
246 Kitson Nursing Home Immediate- Heart Failure-Contributing- Acute-pleurisy and paralysis with heart trouble.- 2 weeks Brown, John Alfred (I1514)
 
247 Legal counsel to Canadian Pacific Railway. Partner in Bank of Toronto. Blackstock, Thomas Gibbs I (I145)
 
248 Lisa White has portrait
House was at Sherbourne and Glen Road called Alverthorpe according to Peter Buchanan Gooderham. 
Gooderham, William George I (I41)
 
249 Listed as Jane and no parents name but born in Canada Stillwell, Mary Jane (I1471)
 
250 Live Oak Memorial Pk
200 E Duarte Rd
Monrovia CA 
Foreman, Mary Elizabeth (I1579)
 

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