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51 1901 Census: Hochelaga, Saint-Gabriel Ward, b-29, pg 3, line 36
Year of Immigration: 1874
Religion: Presbyterian
Address: 100 Charron St.
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/census/ViewFrame.jsp?id=43168

1911 Census: Hochelaga, 7 St. Gabriel, pg 16, line 44
Year of Immigration: 1874
Address: 100 Charron St.
Age: 79
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/census11/Test16.jsp?id=2449 
McPherson, Agnes (I702)
 
52 1901 Census: Montreal #174, Saint-Anne Ward, a-40, pg 12
Age: 11
Religion: Congregationist
Address: 295 Bourgoies St. 
Carmichael, Edith Lilian (I701)
 
53 1901 Census: Montreal #174, Saint-Anne Ward, a-40, pg 12
Age: 16
Religion: Congregationist
Profession: Weaver
Earnings: 144
Address: 295 Bourgoies St. 
Carmichael, Mamie (I699)
 
54 1901 Census: Montreal #174, Saint-Anne Ward, a-40, pg 12
Age: 18
Religion: Congregationist
Profession: ??? Office
Earnings: 240
Address: 295 Bourgoies St.

1911 Census:
Address: 90 Rushbrooke
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/census11/Test16.jsp?id=2965 
Carmichael, John Brammer (I698)
 
55 1901 Census: Montreal #174, Saint-Anne Ward, a-40, pg 12
Age: 25
Religion: Congregationist
Address: 295 Bourgoies St. 
Carmichael, Maggie (I696)
 
56 1901 Census: Montreal #174, Saint-Anne Ward, a-40, pg 12
Year of Immigration: 1880
Age: 21
Religion: Congregationist
Profession: Blacksmith
Earnings: 432
Address: 295 Bourgoies St. 
Carmichael, Henry (I697)
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I557)
 
58 2. Information from Mount Royal Cemetery Company, Montreal, Quebec:John (son of William and Agnes) purchased Section F - Graves 1044 C-D-E-:but there is no record of his burial here
R. Leggault. 
Carmichael, John (I705)
 
59 Appeared Tuesday, March 18, 2003 in the Huron Daily Tribune

Janette I. Rapson, 82, of Harbor Beach, passed away Saturday, March 15, 2003, in the long term care unit of the Harbor Beach Community Hospital following an extended illness. Born in Harbor Beach on Nov. 10, 1920, she was the daughter of the late Lewis and Leota (Sample) Blashill. Janette and William Rapson were united in marriage on May 16, 1947 in Port Huron. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Harbor Beach. She is survived by her husband, William Rapson of Harbor Beach; children, John Rapson and his wife, Bonnie, of Port Austin, Nancy Rapson of Harbor
Beach; two grandchildren, Arminta Charmichal and her husband, Collin, of Waterloo, Ontario and Thomas Rapson and his fiance, Renee Gottschalk, of Port Austin. Janette was preceded in death by three children, William George Rapson, Corinne Leigh Rapson and Robert William Rapson; four brothers, Cliff, Roy, Lloyd and Glen Blashill; three sisters, Sylvia Wilson, Hilda Blashill and Velma Blashill. A memorial service will be conducted at 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 20, 2003, in the First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Beach with the Rev. Theresa Cutler, pastor officiating. A private family burial will take place in the Rockfalls Cemetery, Harbor Beach. Visitation will be from 1 p.m. until the time of services at the church. Ramsey Funeral Home of Harbor Beach is handling arrangements. Memorials may be made to American Lung association or St. Judes Hospital. 
Blashill, Irene Janette (I8)
 
60 Appears on Beverly Twp. Voters List:
1862 - Conc. 5, Lot S1/2 4, yeoman
1863 - Conc. 5, Lot S1/2 4, yeoman
1864 - Lot 4, Conc. 5, h (household), Total Value of Real Property: 650, yeoman
1868 - Conc. 5, Lot 12 & 13, yeoman

Appears on Beverly Twp. Assesment Rolls:
1862 - yeoman, householder, Age: 34, Owners: David Davis Senior, School Section: 9, Conc. 5, Lot: N pt. S1/2 4, 50 acres, Total Value of Real Property: 650, Total Value of Personal Property: 62, Total Value of Real & Personal Property: 712
1863 - yeoman, householder, 36, David Davis Senior, SS: 9, Lot: Conc. 5, N pt. S1/2 4, 50 acres, TVRP: 650, TVPP: 92, TVR&PP: 742
1864 - yeoman, householder, 37, David Davis, SS: 9, Conc. 5, Lot: N pt. S1/2 4, 50 acres, TVRP: 650, TVPP: 100, TVR&PP: 750
1865 - carpenter, householder, 39, SS: 10, Conc. 5, Lot: illeg., 1/2 acre, TVRP: 20, TVPP: 100, TVR&PP: 120
1866 - carpenter, householder, 40, SS: 10, Conc. 5, Lot: 6, 1/2 acre, TVRP: 20, TVPP: 50, TVR&PP: 70
1867 - carpenter, tenant, 61, SS: 10, Conc. 5, Lot: 6, illeg...
1868 - yeoman, freeholder, 42, SS; 8, Conc. 5, Lot: 13, 45 acres, TVRP: 330
1869 - freeholder,
(1) SS; 8, Conc. 5, Lot: 13, 43 acres, VRP: 325
(2) SS: 11, Conc. 5, Lot 12, 84 acres, 15 acres cleared, VRP: 630, TVRP: 955
1871 - (Dale, Mrs.),
(1) SS; 8, Conc. 5, Lot: 13, 43 acres, 10 acres cleared, VRP: 325
(2) SS: 11, Conc. 5, Lot 12, 84 acres, 15 acres cleared, VRP: 630, TVRP: 955, TVPP: 92, TVR&PP: 1047 
Dale, Andrew (I233)
 
61 Army death notice states: body not recovered for burial Padfield, William (I851)
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I140)
 
63 Baptismal Record:
William Ralph, Son of Henry Carmichael, machinist and of Mary Brammer, his wife was born on the 17th day of January 1888 years and was baptised by me this 12th day of March 1891 years. [signed by Minister & parents]
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1901 Census:
Montreal #174, Saint-Anne Ward, a-40, pg 12
Age: 13
Religion: Congregationist
Address: 295 Bourgoies St.
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1911 Census:
Address: 2433 Knox St.
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/census11/Test16.jsp?id=2732


Obituary:
CARMICHAEL, William Ralph. At the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, on July 14th, 1963, beloved husband of Edith Ann Smith, father of William Ralph. Funeral from D.A. Collins Chapel, 55610 Sherbrooke St., W., on Tuesday, at 1 p.m. to Mount Royal Cemetery. (The Montreal Gazette, Tuesday, July 16, 1963 p. 31) 
Carmichael, William Ralph (I48)
 
64 Birth Certificate
No. 483 In the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty four, the twenty-sixth of the month of September, at eleven o’clock in the morning, appeared before us Ludovicus Arnoldus van Berkel, Alderman, registrar of births, deaths and marriages of the City of Delft, John Brammer, age thirty years, director of a pottery factory, residing in this city, who declared to us that Margaret Stampert, age thirty years, his wife, gave birth to a child of the female gender on the twenty-fourth of September of this year at half past six in the morning in his home in district three, number three hundred and forty-nine, which child he gave the forename Marij. This declaration was made in the presence of Gerrit Schimmel, age forty-one years, bookkeeper, and of Alexander Machiel Willige, age forty-nine years, labourer, residing in this city. And, after having been read this certificate aloud, the father and the witnesses signed this certificate with us.
(http://delft.digitalestamboom.nl/) 
Brammer, Mary (I664)
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I130)
 
67 Britnell, William E., Wills of Esther and Joseph Hillborn Cornell, Esther (I777)
 
68 Cambridge Archives Source (S13)
 
69 CARMICHAEL, William Ralph (Bill). (Formerly of Montreal). At Hawkesbury on March 11, 1993, Bill Carmichael, in his eighty-second year. Beloved husband of Joan Williamson. Dearly loved and respected by his children and grandchildren: Ralph, Linda, Colin, and Sarah Carmichael, Joan, Alex, Kathy, Michael and Peter Barontseff, Audrey, Richard, Graeme, Anne, Trevor and John Bowie. Resting at the Hillcrest Funeral Home, 151 Bond Street (corner of Stanley Street), Vankleek Hill, Ontario, where the Carmichael family will receive friends from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday March 12, 1993. Funeral service Saturday, March 13, 1993, at 2:00 p.,. at the Knox Presbyterian Church, John Street, Vankleek Hill, Ontario. There will be a time of fellowship following the service. Interment in the Spring at the Greenwood Cemetery, Vankleek Hill. In remembrance gifts may be made to the Masonic Foundation or to a preferred charitable organization. (The Montreal Gazette, Saturday, March 13, 1993, D7) Carmichael, William Ralph (I13)
 
70 Charles helped REO Olds make their first car. When the company was sold to General Motors, he was terminated. He contested, however, and upon careful examination of his contract with Olds, it was discovered that he was guaranteed either his job or a full pension. General Motors chose to employ Charles for several years until his retirement. Blades, Charles Henry (I641)
 
71 Copy of their Marriage Recording from the Archives Nationales du Quebec -St. Jean-French Presbyterian Church, Montreal, Quebec January 09, 1877( R. Leggault ) Family F224
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I566)
 
73 Details about this person are private. Personal details will not be included. Jackson, Henry (I935)
 
74 Died during cholera outbreak in Galt. See Young's History of Galt.

Cholera epidemic in Galt 
Keachie, Thomas (I796)
 
75 Drowned in Lake Winnipegosis.  Padfield, James (I956)
 
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I158)
 
77 From Atlas...

Last Name Padfield
First Name George C.
Nativity England
Business Farmer and Tp Assessor
Year Settled 1859
Post Office Gorrie
Township Howick
County Huron
Atlas Date 1879

Concession and Lot Lot size
X, 13 50

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1901 Census
Ontario HURON (East/Est) (#73) Howick d-4 Page 8

Line Family # Name Sex Relation M/S B.Date B.Year Age

22 74 Padfield George M Head M Mar 29 1834 67
23 74 Padfield Sarah Ann F Wife M Sep 4 1847 53
24 74 Padfield Mary F Daughter S Nov 18 1873 27
25 74 Padfield Sarah F Daughter S Aug 24 1877 23
26 74 Padfield Jane F Daughter S Dec 31 1879 21
27 74 Padfield George M Son S Apr 15 1882 19
28 74 Padfield Marguet F Daughter S Dec 25 1885 16
29 74 Padfield William M Son S Sep 5 1888 12



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1881 Census
Census Place Howick, Huron North, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375909
NA Film Number C-13273
District 175
Sub-district A
Division 2
Page Number 28
Household Number 113

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
George PADFIELD M Male English 47 England Farmer Church of England
Sarah PADFIELD M Female English 34 Ontario Church of England
James PADFIELD Male English 13 Ontario Church of England
John PADFIELD Male English 11 Ontario Church of England
Catherine PADFIELD Female English 9 Ontario Church of England
Mary PADFIELD Female English 7 Ontario Church of England
Sarah PADFIELD Female English 3 Ontario Church of England
Jane PADFIELD Female English 1 Ontario Church of England 
Padfield, George Cox (I843)
 
78 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I160)
 
79 Hamilton Twp. Census Records:

1822 - Over 16: 1 male, 1 female; Under 16: 2 males, 3 females
1824 - Over 16: 1 male, 1 female; Under 16: 3 males, 4 females
1827 - Over 15: 1 male, 1 female; Under 15: 4 males, 4 females
Lots 14 & 15, 1st Concession, 60 acres, 21 cleared
1832 - Over 15: 2 male, 1 female; Under 15: 3 males, 6 females
Lots 14 & 15, 1st Concession, 60 acres, 25 cleared
1833 - Over 15: 1 male, 1 female; Under 15: 4 males, 4 females
Lots 14 & 15, 1st Concession, 60 acres, 25 cleared
1834 - Over 15: 2 male, 2 female; Under 15: 3 males, 4 females
Lots 14 & 15, 1st Concession, 60 acres, 30 cleared
1837 - Over 15: 2 male, 2 female; Under 15: 2 males, 4 females
Lots 14 & 15, 1st Concession, 66 acres, 26 cleared
1840 - Over 15: 1 male, 2 female; Under 15: 1 males, 3 females 
Dale, Richard (I238)
 
80 HH says Charles homestead was SE16-13-24 Anderson, Charles William (I1407)
 
81 http://biggarencyclopaedia.wikifoundry.com/page/Playford%2C%20Chauncey%20K. Playford, Chauncey Key (I818)
 
82 http://web2.gov.mb.ca/cca/vital/Query.php Source (S22)
 
83 James was constable of Exeter in 1694 and in 1697. He served as Juryman of the Superior Court in Portsmouth, N.H. August 10, 1703. He was selectman of Exeter in 1695, 1700, and 1721. At the early age of 16 he joined Captain Holbrook's company and rendered military service in King Phillip's War. He also served in Queen Annie's War and off and on for a period of thirty years or so he was to be found frequently fighting Indians. The early records of Exeter, N.H. show that he was prominent in civil affairs. His will is dated July 23, 1731 and it was probated February 15, 1732, indicating that he died between those dates. (Paul Sinclair, http://kingcrest.com/sinclair/genealogy.html-ssi) Sinkler, James (I580)
 
84 John A. Cornell, "The First Church of Beverly" Cornell, Annie (I773)
 
85 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3)
 
86 Joseph, the second child of James and Mary. was born at Exeter, N.H. probably about 1692. It is known that he was of age and doing business on March 23, 1714. It is claimed that he was one of the original proprietors of Gilmanton. He later lived at New Market, N.H. He married Elizabeth Lyford, daughter of Thomas Lyford of Exeter, (Stratham section) N.H. about 1751. It is believed he moved to Pembroke, N.H. where he died about 1767. (Paul Sinclair, http://kingcrest.com/sinclair/genealogy.html-ssi) Sinkler, Joseph (I294)
 
87 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I162)
 
88 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I159)
 
89 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I129)
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I161)
 
91 Kulp, K.A., "The Cornells of Sheffield," 1958, p. 13
Cornell, John A., "The Pioneers of Beverly," p. 134
Cornell, John A., "First Church of Beverly," p. 15, 23
Doherty, FJ, "Pioneers of Beekman," Vol. 3
Glazier, Prentiss, "Thomas Cornell of MA, RI and NY" (account in this
source is badly flawed)
Waterloo Co. Land recs. (wife's name) 
Cornell, Sylvanus (I766)
 
92 Lachute Protestant Cemetery Jackson, Clara Isabel (I7638)
 
93 Lachute Protestant Cemetery Smith, Edmund William "Ted" (I4608)
 
94 Land owned: Conc. 10, Lot 6. Now SE corner of Myers Rd. and Cheese Factory Rd. Keachie, Alexander A. (I718)
 
95 Listed as Edith Carmichael, living with her husband "Will Ralph" and her mother Ann and siblings Willam Alb, Harold Walter, Frederick Gorde, and Florence. Smith, Edith Ann (I47)
 
96 Many Sinclairs in the United States descend from John Sinkler of Exeter, New Hampshire. Sinkler, perhaps the first Sinclair in the New World, arrived on the shores of America in 1651 as an indentured servant. Sinkler, who was John Sinclair in his homeland of Caithness, Scotland, was captured during the Battle of Worcester in a struggle between the Scottish army of King Charles II and the forces of Oliver Cromwell.
...
Cromwell, who had led his Parliamentary army against the Royalist forces of King Charles I in an effort to solidify his own hold on power, recognized the need to quell the rebellious Scottish Parliament's recognition of Charles II's monarchy. In July of 1651, Cromwell crossed the border to Scotland with 16,000 troops as a fleet of English war vessels sailed up the east coast. Cromwell's forces overwhelmed Charles' army at the Battle of Dunbar. The Scottish survivors of the battle were banished to Ulster and the Americas as indentured labor.
Charles regrouped his armies and made a futile effort to regain power by making an incursion to England. His army suffered a crushing defeat at the Battle of Worcester on September 3, 1651, and Highlanders supporting the Royalist cause of Charles (most against their will) fell in great numbers. Their homelands were forfeited to Cromwell's supporters. John Sinclair was among the Highlanders who survived the Battle of Worcester, but was banished - along with his good friend John Bean - to the New World as an indentured servant. Charles was exiled to France and Cromwell was appointed "Lord Protector" of Scotland.
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Upon arrival in the New World, Sinkler worked off his indenture in the northeast as a lumberjack and then settled in Exeter, NH, around 1658, where he became a landowner and one of the early inhabitants of this historic New England town
(exerpts from http://kingcrest.com/sinclair/sinkler_history.html-ssi) 
Sinkler, John (I599)
 
97 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I230)
 
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I147)
 
99 Mary taught at SS#4 from 1905 to 1907 (The Lines of Howick)

Dauphin Herald 27 Jan 1927: Poem on Bliss Carman written by Mrs. T.
Playford

"Written on the occasion of Dr. Carmen's visit to Dauphin on Jan. 21, 1927.

Amid a hush that was profound,
The poet rose to speak,
And then a low, sweet voice did sound,
In accents soft and meek.

He told what poetry can do,
For people everywhere,
It fills the soul with thoughts anew,
It lifts the load of care.

With a sweet ecstacy it fills,
The longing, human mind,
It doth in birds, and flowers, and rills,
Sweet inspiration find.

It helps us good, new things to see,
In everything we scan,
In bird and field, in flower and tree,
And in our fellow man.

But, when his own sweet poems he read,
He led us far away,
By the Columbia's shore in tread,
And back to Fundy's Bay.

We wandered o'er the deep. deep snow
Through winter's fading light:
And seemed to feel the camp fire's glow
When we reached home at night.

...

Dauphin Herald, Aug. 29, 1957, obituary. Mrs. Mary Playford.
Mrs. Mary Playford, aged 83 years, died Thursday, Aug. 20, in the Dauphin General Hospital following a four-month illness. Rev. D. A. MacLean officiated at funeral services held Thursday, Aug. 22, at 2:30 p.m. in the Dauphin First United church.
Pallbearers were Dave McLean, Rex Boughen, Arthur Boughen, Oliver McQuay, Elgin Porter and Thomas Wait. Eggertson's funeral home was in charge of arrangements, and interment was made in Riverside cemetery.
Mary Padfield was born in Gorrie, Ontario, and received her education at Gorrie and London, Ontario. In 1908 she married Thomas Frederick Playford at Gorrie, and they moved to Gilbert Plains. They came to the Wilson River district of Dauphin in 1912 where they farmed until 1920 when they moved to Dauphin.
Mr. Playford predeceased her in 1938.
Active in church work, Mrs. Playford was a member of the United church and life member of the WMS.
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Robert Dale (Ellen) of Macdonald; three grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Edgar Lints, of Decker; and Jennie Padfield, of Shoal Lake. 
Padfield, Mary (I43)
 
100 Mrs. Arline McKay, family Bible
John A. Cornell, "The First Church of Beverly"
Martin Moore, Moore family Bible 
Cornell, Sarah (I772)
 

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