Ancestors of Beverly Ann JOHNSON

Notes


20. William James MCNAMEE

1 _FA1
2 PLAC A shoemaker, took over his father's business in Centralia.
1 _FA2
2 PLAC Settled in Killarney, Man.
1 _FA3
2 PLAC Died about 25 years before Janet.


21. Janet (Jennie) FRASER

1 _FA1
2 PLAC Parents came from Perthshire Scotland.
1 _FA2
2 PLAC Came from Moorsville, Ont.
1 _FA3
2 PLAC AKA Jennie

Birthdate Source (as 1838) 1906 Census of Canada for Manitoba District #9 Souris Subdistrict #4 P.16
Family Bible that Deed (Lorraine) Rendle has in London Ontario


23. Mary Jane COMBES

Imigrated to Canada in 1856


24. Robert MAGEE

Religion:
New Connexion Methodist
Origin:
IRISH
Occupation:
Farmer ( F )

From the 1871 Ontario Census Index

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DEATH
Death Notice
Source Newspaper: Ingersoll Chronicle
Thursday, March 29, 1883
Pg: 3, Col: 5
Text of Notice:
MAGEE--In Dorchester, on the 24th inst., Mr. Robert Magee, aged 56 years, 6 months and 28 days
Date of Event: Saturday, March 24, 1883
Name: Magee, Robert


Death Notice
Source Newspaper: Ingersoll Chronicle & Canadian Dairyman
Thursday, February 14, 1918
Pg: 4, Col: 2
Text of Notice:
THE LATE F. M. MAGEE--The funeral of the late Frederick Milton Magee, who died at Orillia on Saturday last, at the age of 36 years, was held from the fmaily residence, Wonham Street, Tuesday afternoon, to the Putnam Cemetery. The services were conducted by the Rev. Joseph Janes of the Baptist church and the pallbearers were Charles, Isaac and Robert Magee and Silas Cook

(Not certain who Frederick Milton Magee was, but the pallbearers were my great grandpa and 2 of his brothers. He must have been born in 1882 if he was 36 when he died.)


26. James FENTON

According to the Ingersol Chronicle paper, James Fenton died on Monday, November 13, 1876
Text of Notice:
FENTON--In North Oxford [township], 13th inst., Mr. James Fenton, aged 47 years, 6 months and 18 days


27. Martha Westoby (Fenton)

possibly James' wife--1881 census shows her as a widow living in ingersol, born abt 1827

Notes from Ingersoll Chronicle & Canadian Dairyman
Thursday, March 01, 1906
Pg: 12, Col: 2

Text of Notice:
DEATH OF MRS. FENTON--After an illness extending over only 4 days, Martha Westoby, relict of the late James Fenton, passed away yesterday at her residence, Albert St. The deceased was in her 78th year, and had been a resident of Ingersoll for 20 years. Death was due to pneumonia. The late Mrs. Fenton was widely known both in the town and country and enjoyed the highest esteem of all with whom she came in contact. She was born near Hull, Yorkshire, England, and with her husband and 4 children came to Canada, 49 years ago. They settled at Nilestown, but some time later removed to North Oxford [township]. Her husband predeceased her by 29 years. She is survived by 6 daughters, namely: Mrs. Chamberlain, Toronto; Mrs. Magee, Mrs. M. T. Buchanan and Mrs. Horsman, Ingersoll; Mrs. Connor and Mrs. Cook, West Oxford [township]; also 26 grandchildren. The funeral will take place from her late residence on Saturday afternoon and proceed to the Ingersoll Rural Cemetery. Service at the house at 2 o' clock


28. Richard WINDERS

Info from 1881 British Census


30. Edwin (Thomas) CASSWELL

According to the Ingersol, Ontario 1861 Census, Edwin was a Merchant from England

According to ancestry.com "Edwin is related back through the Casswells to a William Carsewelle ofYatesbury England in the 1300's."