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has maps (c1880) of Ontario Counties & Townships.
Boston Mills is located at the top left hand side of the Chinguacousy Township north map under "S" in Chinguacousy. The cemetery is located on the farm of John Marshall. Note the Jas. Campbell farm adjacent to the cemetery.
Unfortunately the map is turned on it's side. North is on the left hand side of the map.
|Lorne Campbell||Jon Campbell|
Donald Campbell and Ann Sinclair had a son named John as stated...but the particulars of his marriage seems to be in error. The following copy of his death certificate seems to confirm that the John Campbell who married Christian Sinclair was the son of Alexander Sinclair and Mary Sinclair.
Death Registration Parish of Kildalton & Oa, Islay, Argyll, Scotland
Page 8 #23 John Campbell, herd, married to Christina Sinclair; When and Where Died: Jun 23, 1876, 10 hours 30 minutes AM, Emerivale, Kildalton Parish; Male; Age: 79 years; Parents: Alexander Campbell, Farmer Deceased, Mary Campbell nee Sinclair; Cause of Death: Ascites, 2 months; as certified by John Cameron, MD; Informant: James Campbell, son, (present); Registered: Jun 30, 1876 at Port Ellen by Arch’d MacDougall, Assistant Registrar.
... so I'm still looking for the marriage/death of John Campbell, son of Donald Campbell and Ann Sinclair.
|Lorne Campbell||John, son of Donald Campbell|
I am very interested in the source and any correspondence concerning John Campbell christened 06 June 1796 and his marriage to Christian Sinclair. We speculated that he was a son but had no other confirmation.
He is my 2nd great grand uncle.
|Lorne Campbell||Death of Donald Campbell|
No proof of the location of Donald Campbell's death exists. His death occurred in 1835 before newspapers and registration of death, etc.
I do know that the farm he, his wife and children settled on was located on lot 32, concession 2 West, Chinguacousy Township, Peel County which is adjacent to Boston Mills Cemetery.
He is my 3rd great grandfather.
|Lorne Campbell||Proof of Death|
No proof of the location of her death has been found.
After the accidental death of her husband in 1836, Mary raised her five children and farmed lot 32 concession 2, Chinguacousy Township, Peel County until her eldest son, James, took over the farm in 1859. Ann never lived anywhere else. This farm is located adjacent to Boston Mills Cemetery where she is buried.
Ann is my 2nd great grandmother.
|Peggy & Tuck Tucker||Nora Dell Tucker Simmons|
I received your email. I did not have your direct email to respond.
The information about Nora's marriage was added before she was transferred to me. I have corrected the marriage date and added that they were married in Craig County as the marriage records indicated. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Please let me know if there is something further that you can provide.
Have a great day,
|Conservative Patriot||Ella dupe dropped|
Ella dupe dropped
|Mary Ann||Samuel Hancock|
I did not make the changes manually.
Added by Mary Ann on May 31, 2016 9:51 AM
|James Archer||Frances S N Henry|
gravestone is in Round Hill
|Mary Ann||Lucy J Hancock|
Here is my source.
Added by Mary Ann on Mar 27, 2016 6:00 PM
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