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Rev Joseph Hugill
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Birth: Nov. 9, 1823
Helmsley
Ryedale District
North Yorkshire, England
Death: Nov. 30, 1868
Leeds and Grenville United Counties
Ontario, Canada

Rev. Joseph Hugill was reported to have married Christianna Kessack in London, Ontario, Canada, in the Christian Guardian of July 22, 1854. She died 25 Nov 1857 following child birth. He married second, Charlotte Vaux, daughter of Thomas Vaux (1797 - 1880), a member of the Legislative Assembly and later a Methodist minister. Joseph and Charlotte, were married Jun 30, 1859 in Toronto by Rev. Enoch Wood.

".....Joseph Hugill was an Anglo-Canadian, but upon more minute inquiry, we find that he was born in Yorkshire, old England, although brought up in this Province, to which he came with his parents at the age of eight years. He was converted to God in March, 1844, at a protracted meeting held at Switzer's Church, on what is now called the Streetsville Circuit. He was a light-complexioned young man, of good manners, who had received a liberal education; and his official obituary pronounces him 'a diligent student, a good preacher, a faithful, judicious pastor, a wise counsellor, and a warm and sincere friend.' Thus constituted and thus qualified, he was destined to begin with an important circuit (the Dundas), and to give great satisfaction in his ministry of the very considerable length of nineteen years. He was about the age of twenty-two at this his setting out in the work." from "Case and His Contemporaries; or The Canadian Itinerants' Memorial" by John Carroll, D.D. Vol. V

CANADIAN METHODIST MINISTERS 1825-1925

"HUGILL, Joseph was born on November 9, 1823 in Yorkshire, England and arrived in Canada in 1821 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 Col), 1868 Farmersville,

Death Notice, Ingersoll Chronicle, Thursday,December 10, 1868 Page: Col: 4
Date of the Event: Monday, November 30, 1868

HUGILL - At Farmersville, 20th ult., the Rev. Joseph Hugill, brother of Mr. John Hugill, of Ingersoll, aged 45 years. [Farmersville, Yong, Leeds, Ontario, Canada]

Children of Joseph and Charlotte: Thomas Marshall (1860 - 1860), Alfred Vaux (1861 - ?), Emily Margaret (1861 - 1879), Florence Louisa (1863 - 1936), Edith Sophia (1867 - 1879). "The Hugill Chronicles..." by David Gibson, states this union had seven children, 3 sons and 4 daughters, all dying early in life, with the exception of Florence Louise.

Grandparents were Solomon
Hugill and Esther Wilkes Hugill. 
 
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 Parents:
  John Hugill (1800 - 1877)
  Mary Swales Hugill (1801 - 1865)
 
 Spouses:
  Christianna Kessack Hugill (1833 - 1857)
  Charlotte Vaux Hugill (1834 - 1910)
 
 Children:
  Thomas Marshall Hugill (1860 - 1860)*
  Alfred Vaux Hugill (1861 - ____)*
  Emily Margaret Hugill (1861 - 1879)*
  Florence Louisa Hugill Green (1864 - 1936)*
  Edith Sophia Hugill (1867 - 1879)*
 
 Siblings:
  Easter Hugill (____ - 1838)*
  Thomas Hugill (____ - 1907)*
  Joseph Hugill (1823 - 1868)
  John Hugill (1829 - 1911)*
  Richard Willmott Hugill (1833 - 1905)*
  Mary Ann Hugill Hill (1837 - 1882)*
  William Hugill (1841 - 1902)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Brockville Old Protestant Cemetery
Brockville
Leeds and Grenville United Counties
Ontario, Canada
 
Created by: Cindy
Record added: Jan 09, 2012
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Rev Joseph Hugill
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