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Endnotes1. research note: William's father was Edward J. Morton as per: 1) his own declaration, 2) his birth registration of 1913, 3) apparent through many photographs. {3}.

2. research note: William's mother was Alice T. Holtorf as per: 1) his own declaration, 2) his birth registration of 1913, 3) apparent through many photographs. {3}.

3. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

4. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #51031 for 1913, found online at ancestry.ca, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {3}.

5. Wixson-Morton, Toronto Daily Star, Toronto, 2 Jul 1935, p 27. {2}.

6. Morton, Toronto Star, Toronto, 3 Feb 2000, p B06. {3}.

7. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {3}.

8. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {0}.

9. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, Although Bill thought this "Uncle" Edward was his grandfather's brother Dr. Edward of Barrie (d. 1916), it was probably his son Edward Reginald.. {1}.

10. Toronto City Directory (Toronto: W. H. Irwin (1870-73), Fisher&Taylor (1874-77), Might&Co. (1878-82, 1891-2003), R. L. Polk (1883-90), pub. annually), vol. 1934-35. {2}.

11. Toronto City Directory, vols. 1936-7. {2}.

12. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1938-40. {2}.

13. Toronto City Directory, vols. 1940-49. {2}.

14. research note: commemorative photographs of T.D.I.A.A. finalists and champions of 1930's and 40's, mounted in main hallway of Vaughan Rd. Academy c. 2006, indicating W. E. Morton (Coach). {2}.

15. editor unknown, editor, Acta Studentium (529 Vaughan Road, Toronto: Vaughan Road Collegiate Institute, published 1941-1945), various articles, e.g. 1941, 1943 p 63, 1944 p 68. No mention in 1945.. {2}.

16. Canning Kicks Vaughan Into Championships, Toronto Daily Star, Toronto, 13 Nov 1943, p 13, "One short kick was the narrow margin by which a T.D.I.A.A. football title was decide yesterday at Oakwood stadium... Vaughan and Runnymead had battled up and down a muddy field on even terms, with neither side showing a sustained advantage. There was about five minutes left in the final session... Ted Toogood, Runnymede's outstanding backfield performer... lifted a short hoist from near his goaline. That was the break Vaughan needed. They didn't waste any time, went into kick formation and Bob Canning blasted the ball deep to the deadline.". {2}.

17. Toronto City Directory, vols. 1946, 1949, 1950-54. {2}.

18. no title, Toronto Daily Star, Toronto, 22 Apr 1952, p 11, "Wm. E Morton, former Secretary, has been made Vice-President and Secretary and a Directer". {2}.

19. Toronto City Directory, vols. 1950-54. {2}.

20. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1955. {2}.

21. research note: as described by Colleen Morton. {2}.

22. Toronto City Directory, vols.1956-57, 1959, 1962, 1965. {1}.

23. Toronto City Directory, vols. 1966-69, 1972. (N.B. vols. 1974 through 1977 report Lefroy address, though William and Marion were in Bradford then). {1}.

24. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1967. {1}.

25. research note: First hand knowledge. {2}.

26. research note: Edward's father was Francis Morton as per 1) registration of Edward's 1885 birth, 2) registration of Edward's 1912 marriage, 3) relationship shown in Francis's 1891 and 1901 censuses, 4) Family tradition, especially as recorded in 1968 by Anna I.F. Morton (1877-1972).. {3}.

27. research note: Edward's mother was Mary Eleanor Elliott as per 1) registration of Edward's 1885 birth, 2) registration of Edward's 1912 marriage, 3) relationship shown in Francis's 1891 and 1901 censuses, 4) Family tradition, especially as recorded in 1968 by Anna I.F. Morton (1877-1972).. {3}.

28. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #43130 for 1886, note: Edward had great difficulty locating verification of his age when applying for his Canada Pension circa 1951. This registration could not be located with ease as it was registered in the following year. {3}.

29. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #24490 for 1912, where Alice's middle name spelled "Theresa", Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {3}.

30. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #51031 for 1913 (William), found online at ancestry.ca, "St. Anns Church, Toronto, July 16th, 1912". {2}.

31. research note: Toronto Star, 1 Feb 1980, p C17. {2}.

32. research note: Poppa, Uncle Al, and I buried Gumpy in late Spring. {2}.

33. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, June 1995. {2}.

34. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {2}.

35. Dr. Morton's Estate, The Witness and South SImcoe News, Bradford, 7 Mar 1895. {2}.

36. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing, St Paul's Jersey Parish Registers: confirmation record, Church Archives, 135 Adelaide St. E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hereinafter cited as Christ Church Holland Landing. {2}.

37. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, June 1995. {2}.

38. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, June 1995. {2}.

39. research note: The 1911 census entry for Edward Morton, b. Oct 1885, lodger with the Thompsons in York South #13 p33 is probably not this Edward: he declared he arrived from England in 1911. {0}.

40. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #51031 for 1913 (William), found online at ancestry.ca, "Merchant". {2}.

41. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1913, 1915, 1916 (different owner). {2}.

42. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

43. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #51031 for 1913 (William), found online at ancestry.ca, "217 Pacific Ave". {1}.

44. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, June 1995. {2}.

45. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1924-27, 1930, 1933-37, 1940. {2}.

46. research note: Raymond Ave. residences did not appear in the Toronto City Directories until 1922 in the suburb Lambton Mills. Ned's house first appeared in 1924 as 65 Raymond Ave. It became number 75 in 1927. The community was called Humber Crest from 1937. Source: Toronto CIty DIrectories vols. 1920-27, 1930, 1937.. {1}.

47. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, though residence from 1918-1924 not confirmed. {1}.

48. Ancestry.com, The Generations Network Inc., online search.ancestry.ca, Edward Morton census. 1921 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2013. Orig. RG 31; Folder Number: 87; Census Place: Bradford (Village), Simcoe South, Ontario; Page Number: 7. {2}.

49. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {1}.

50. research note: from "Post Offices and Postmasters" on Archivenet, found at www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/post-offices Jan 2007. {2}.

51. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, June 1995. {2}.

52. Walters Mary Irene, Toronto Daily Star, Toronto, 10 Jun 1958, p 38. {2}.

53. research note: Toronto Daily Star, 12 Jun 1958, p 39. {2}.

54. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1934-39. {2}.

55. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1940. {2}.

56. Toronto Daily Star, 10 Jun 1958, p 38, where name given as "Mary Irene Morton". {2}.

57. Tire Blowout Blamed For Woman's Death, Toronto Daily Star, Toronto, 10 Jun 1958, p 2. {2}.

58. Funeral pamphlet, Service of Celebration: Alice Elizabeth Coulter, All Saint's Church, Whitby, ON, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {1}.

59. Funeral pamphlet, Service of Celebration: Alice Elizabeth Coulter, All Saint's Church, Whitby, ON, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

60. research note: Toronto Star, 12 Mar 1998, p E06. {2}.

61. research note: eulogy given by Larry Coulter in 2004. {1}.

62. research note: eulogy given by Larry Coulter in 2004. {2}.

63. research note: eulogy given by Larry Coulter in 2004. {1}.

64. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, in June 1995 said "Oct 1920". {2}.

65. research note: Aged 1 at 1921 census of Edaward Morton. {1}.

66. research note: "October 2, 1919" on funeral leaflet in Jan. 2017. {2}.

67. research note: "Bradford girl weds in Toronto", appeared in Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 7 May 1942, p. 4, column 5. Found online at http://news.ourontario.ca/newmarket/1150578/data?n=4. {2}.

68. research note: Email from Terri Dixon, "Aunt Jean passed away at 5am.". {2}.

69. research note: Deaths, GlobeLife at http://www.theglobeandmail.com. 28 Dec 2016.. {2}.

70. research note: after funeral at Church of our Saviour, 1 Laurentide Dr, Don Mills, Toronto with the Revs. Vernon Duporte, Canon Don Bone. {2}.

71. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1941. {2}.

72. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1942. {2}.

73. research note: Alice's father was Henry Holtorf as per 1) Alice's 1887 birth registration, 2) Alice's registration of marriage of 1912, 3) Henry's marriage to Mary Jane Hulse in 1886, Alice's mother, 4) family tradition, especially stories of Henry's marriage and apparent disappearance. {3}.

74. research note: Alice's mother was Mary Jane Hulse as per 1) Alice's 1887 birth registration, 2) Alice's registration of her 1912 marriage, 3) Henry Hulse Sen.'s 1901 census where Mary Jane and Alice were recorded, 4) family tradition, including several photos. {3}.

75. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #3845 for 1887, where middle name spelled "Terasa". {3}.

76. Henry Hulse, 18 Apr 1901 personal census, Bradford, reel T-6507, dist 130, B1, p 12, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, stated birth was 13 Dec 1888, obviously wrong as that is almost two years later than Alice's birth registration. {2}.

77. Morton Alice T, Toronto Star, Toronto, 17 Nov 1971, p 58. {2}.

78. Morton Alice T, Toronto Star, Toronto, 17 Nov 1971, p 58. {2}.

79. 1st volume, Trinity Church Bradford and West Gwillimbury church records, Church Archives, 135 Adelaide St. E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Hereinafter cited as Trinity Church Bradford. {2}.

80. Joseph Alex Hewitt, 1911 personal census, Toronto, 1911 / Ontario / Toronto West / 89 Toronto / page 5, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

81. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1912. {2}.

82. research note: Francis's father was Francis Morton as per 1) registration of the younger Francis's 1911 death, 2) registration of younger Francis's 1864 marriage, 3) family tradition and similar evidence for Francis's brothers. {3}.

83. research note: Francis's mother was Eliza as per 1) information received from J.P. Morton, 2) registration of the younger Francis's 1911 death, where she was recorded as "Eliza Dean". His mother was recorded on the death reg. of his brother Edward Morton in 1916 as "Barrett?". Dean(e) is used often for male Morton middle names, and Barrett only once. Francis named a son "William Edward Dean Barrett Morton".. {2}.

84. research note: Date of birth indicated by:

Census declarations:

48 in 1881, giving 1833

59 in 1891, giving 1832

72 in 1901 declared DOB 18 Jan 1829

80 in 1911 declared DOB Jan 1831

Death certificate: 14 Jan 1828

Burial record: 18 Jan 1828

Grave stone: 1827. {1}.

85. Francis Morton and family monument plot #40 M Bone, "1827", stone was likely purchased and cut in 1952, possibly following a previous inscription. {2}.

86. Civil Registration (Ireland), Registration of marriage, Vol 7, page 974, The General Register Office, 8-11 Lombard St. E., Dublin, Ireland 2. {3}.

87. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #27727 for 1911, roll 169, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {3}.

88. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {1}.

89. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record, Church Archives. {3}.

90. Civil Registration (Ireland), Registration of marriage, vol 7, p 974. {2}.

91. complete list , 1848 to 1864 Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland, which shows the townland of Boleybawn registered to a James Morton sometime between 1848 and 1864.; Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8. Hereinafter cited as Griffith's Index. {1}.

92. Ireland, Ordinance Map of Ireland, # 46. {2}.

93. Index to Printed Rentals, Vol. 57, rental #928, National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8, important evidence connecting Mary with her parents Michael and Anne. {2}.

94. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {1}.

95. Francis Morton, 1881 personal census, Holland Landing, film C-13249, 137 g, p13, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

96. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: baptism record, Church Archives. {3}.

97. Francis Morton, 1891 personal census, Holland Landing, film T-6380, 131 g, p 10, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

98. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {2}.

99. Indenture recording purchase of Morton plot, lot 40, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {1}.

100. Francis Morton, 8 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Landing, film T-6507, 130G, p 6, line 12, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

101. Minnie Morton, 1911 personal census, Bradford, 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe South / 28 Bradford / page 3, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

102. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch C701263, source 0101111, 'no first-name given, son for Francis Morton and Mary Elliott'. {1}.

103. vol 3, Kilcommon Parish Register, (1851-1914), Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {2}.

104. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record., Church Archives. {2}.

105. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record., Church Archives. {3}.

106. Civil Registration (Ireland), Registration of Birth, [no name] male only from vol 2, p 1022, The General Register Office, 8-11 Lombard St. E., Dublin, Ireland 2. {2}.

107. Assumption made by researcher: record of marriage not yet found, assumed 1894. {0}.

108. From the research files of Stanley Stych, exact date given as 28 Apr 1897. {2}.

109. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #31527 for 1904. {3}.

110. Lots 109 & 110, 1st Con. East, East Gwillimbury, reel GS-5813, pp 79-80, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

111. Indenture recording purchase: where William's signature appears, Martyn Bone. {2}.

112. William Morton, 10 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Landing, film T-6507, 130G, p 8, line 3, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

113. William Edward Dean Barrett Morton, Inventory and Valuation of Real Estate, WIlliam E.D.B. Morton no file number, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

114. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family, annotation made by William E.H. Morton c.1980. {1}.

115. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family, annotation made by William E.H. Morton c.1980. {1}.

116. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family, annotation made by William E.H. Morton c.1980. {1}.

117. Francis Morton and family monument plot #40, Christ Church, Holland Landing, York Co., Ontario, Canada. {1}.

118. 1881 personal census, Holland Landing, film C-13249, 137 g, p13, age 9 in 1881. {1}.

119. 8 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Landing, film T-6507, 130G, p 6, line 12, dob given. {2}.

120. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch C738836, source 255842, "Eliza Armadine Mortan". {2}.

121. Obituary, Bradford Witness, Bradford, 17 Oct 1937. {2}.

122. Obituary, Bradford Witness, Bradford, 17 Oct 1937. {2}.

123. Obituary, Bradford Witness, Bradford, 17 Oct 1937. {2}.

124. Minnie Morton, 1911 personal census, Bradford, 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe South / 28 Bradford / page 3, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

125. Obituary, Bradford Witness, Bradford, 17 Oct 1937. {2}.

126. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch C701559, source 255901. {2}.

127. 1881 personal census, Holland Landing, film C-13249, 137 g, p13, age 7 in 1881. {1}.

128. "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6430 - 13; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Officer's Declaration Paper. Hereinafter cited as "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton". {2}.

129. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, Aunt Mattie married Duncan when both were in their 60s. {2}.

130. Nurse of Great War Dead at Strathroy, unknown newspaper (poss The Mail & Empire), Strathroy, Ontario, 26 Dec 1934. {2}.

131. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record., Church Archives. {2}.

132. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record., Church Archives. {3}.

133. graduating class of 1900 photograph, Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), It is supposed Martha is seated furthest left. {2}.

134. Martha Morton, 1901 personal census, Collingwood, T-6496, Simcoe 114, B2, p20 line16, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

135. Assumption: Martha may have been Nurse Superintendant earlier than the 1908 photograph suggests, but no other photos extant. {1}.

136. research note: "The Collingwood General & Marine Hospital was founded in 1887 as an eight bed facility in the community of Collingwood, Ontario. In addition to caring for the people of Collingwood and area, the Hospital took an active role in treating the sailors of the Great Lakes. The G & M was one of the few hospitals that would accept sailors as patients because of the prevalence of communicable diseases among them." from http://www.cgmh.on.ca/past_present_future.cfm viewed Jan 2007. {0}.

137. nurse graduation photographs, Collingwood General and Marine Hospital (459 Hume St., Collingwood, Ontario, Canada L9Y 1W9), where Martha described as Nurse Superintendant and seated in centre of each year's graduate nurses. {2}.

138. research note: Martha was witness to Upward-Cottrill (Ont Marr. Reg 019737-10) in 1910 and Mather-Morton wedding (018633-09) in 1909, where residence givin as Collingwood. {2}.

139. Martha Morton, 1911 personal census, Collingwood, 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe North / 39 Collingwood / page 23, automatedgenealogy.com online, line 20. {2}.

140. "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6430 - 13; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3. Hereinafter cited as "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton". {2}.

141. "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6430 - 13; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Medical History Sheet, "5ft 3in... 130 lbs". Hereinafter cited as "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton". {2}.

142. "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6430 - 13; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Casualty Form - Active Service. Hereinafter cited as "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton". {2}.

143. "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6430 - 13; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Casualty Form - Active Service. Hereinafter cited as "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton". {2}.

144. office commanding, compiler, War Diary, 16th Canadian General Hospital (online at http://www.collectionscanada.ca: Library and Archives Canada), vol 4, p 2, "M.Y.E. Morton reported for duty". {2}.

145. research note: "Associate (Second Class) ARRC The award is made to a fully trained nurse or assistant nurse, probationer, or V.A.D. nursing member, who, belonging to one of the officially recognized nursing services, has shown special devotion and competency in the performance of nursing duties, over a continuous and long period, or who has performed some very exceptional act of bravery and devotion at her post of duty." from Royal Red Cross Class 2 (ARRC), Veterans Affairs Canada, online http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/remembers/sub.cfm?source=collections/cmdp/mainmenu/group01/arrc&CFID=10954031&CFTOKEN=66899871, Jan 2007. {1}.

146. office commanding, War Diary, 16th Canadian, vol 9, p 2.. {2}.

147. Letter from War Office (Whitehall SW1) to Martha Y.E. Morton, 7 Oct 1918; Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

148. "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6430 - 13; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Casualty Form - Active Service, Proceedings of an Officer or Nursing Sister Struck off Strength. Hereinafter cited as "Regimental Documents, Martha Y.E. Morton". {3}.

149. unknown newspaper (poss Mail, 26 Dec 1934, though dates 1919-1925 are an assumption. {2}.

150. research note: census reports age 4 in 1881 (c.1877), cemetery marker (b.1876), 1901 census states exact date (26 Oct 1877), IGI batch C009462 (26 OCT 1876, Wicklow, Ireland), 1911 census (Oct 1876). {2}.

151. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {1}.

152. 1st volume, Trinity Church Bradford: marriage record, date not apparent, Church Archives. {1}.

153. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, 018633-09 online at http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/simcoe09.htm. {2}.

154. Assumption: cemetery marker says 1876-1972.. {1}.

155. Assumption: based a volume of monument inscriptions for Simcoe County North, read at National Archives, Ottawa. {2}.

156. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

157. James Mather, 1911 personal census, Sunnidale Twp., 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe North / 29 Sunnidale / page 6, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

158. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: baptism record, Church Archives. {2}.

159. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: baptism record, Church Archives. {3}.

160. From the research files of Stanley Stych. {2}.

161. research note: source unknown. {1}.

162. small card, Confirmation Certificate, (17 Jul 1904), Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

163. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, June 1995. {1}.

164. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Attestation Paper. {2}.

165. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Medical History Sheet, "mebomian cyst". {2}.

166. research note: "Meibomian cysts... appear as slightly tender swellings on either the upper or lower eyelid, or on both. They occur when the small meibomian glands (of which there about 30 within the eyelids) become blocked, and they do not usually burst spontaneously." IrishHealth.com, Jan 2007. {0}.

167. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Casulaty Form-Active Service. {2}.

168. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Card, "unit sailed 3 May 1917". {2}.

169. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Casulaty Form-Active Service, appears to be back-dated to 10 Apr 1917, though the record itself written 14 May 1917. {2}.

170. "War diaries - 3rd Reserve Battalion", RG9 , Militia and Defence , Series III-D-3 , Volume 4950 , Reel T-10760

File : 475; World Wide Web; online. Hereinafter cited as "War diaries - 3rd Reserve Battalion". {2}.

171. S. G. Bennett, The 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles 1914-1919 (Toronto, Canada: Murray Printing Co. Ltd., 1926), p 101. Hereinafter cited as The 4th CMR. {1}.

172. "War diaries - 4th Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles", RG9 , Militia and Defence , Series III-D-3 , Volume 4948 , Reel T-10756-10757

File : 468; World Wide Web; online. Hereinafter cited as "War diaries - 4th Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles". {2}.

173. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 102. {2}.

174. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 104. {2}.

175. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 105. {2}.

176. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 106. {2}.

177. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 108. {2}.

178. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 110. {2}.

179. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 111. {2}.

180. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 114. {2}.

181. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 122. {2}.

182. S. G. Bennett, The 4th CMR, p 125. {2}.

183. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Medical Case Sheet Form I 1237. {2}.

184. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Medical Report on an Invalid AFB 179. {2}.

185. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Hospital Card. {2}.

186. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Hospital Card, "War Hosp, Stratford on Avon". {2}.

187. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Medical History Sheet. {2}.

188. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Hospital Movement Card, Medical Report on an Invalid AFB 179, Medical History of an Invalid MFB 227. {2}.

189. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Medical Report on an Invalid AFB 179, esp place of origin. {2}.

190. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Form DMS 1300-50M-21-11 17. {2}.

191. Assumption: based on Casulaty Form-Active Service. {2}.

192. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Form DMS 1300-50M-21-11 17, reverse side. {2}.

193. "Regimental Documents, George D. L. Morton, #853305", RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 6428-23; National Archives of Canada; 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0N3, Proceedings on Discharge. {3}.

194. Francis Morton and family monument plot #40, Christ Church, Holland Landing, York Co., Ontario, Canada. {2}.

195. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record, counting 5mo 15days back from 24 Sep 1884, Church Archives. {2}.

196. Assumption: same month as burial. {1}.

197. Francis Morton and family monument plot #40, Christ Church, Holland Landing, York Co., Ontario, Canada. {2}.

198. research note: Mary Eleanor's father was Michael Elliott as per 1) Mary's registration of her 1864 marriage, where father's name recorded as "Murphy Elliott" -- first name is nearly illegible, and appears somewhat like "Maugley" or "Mangley", 2) Mary Eleanor and Francis appear in a volume called the Index to Printed Rentals, listed with Mary's mother and siblings, in relation to properties in the Baronies of Clonkelly (Co. Fermanagh), and Dartrey (Co. Monaghan). These most likely refer to her father Michael's holdings in Annaghilly North in Clonkelly, and Drumard in Dartrey. Both these places are part of Clones Parish. 3) Family tradition, especially as recorded in 1968 by Anna I.F. Morton (1877-1972) where she states Michael Elliott died at age 90.. {2}.

199. research note: Mary Eleanor's mother was Anne Fitzgerald as per 1) the Index to Printed Rentals, where Mary and Francis are listed with Mary's mother and siblings, in relation to properties in the Baronies of Clonkelly (Co. Fermanagh), and Dartrey (Co. Monaghan). These most likely refer to her father Michael's holdings in Annaghilly North in Clonkelly, and Drumard in Dartrey. Both these places are part of Clones Parish. 2) Family tradition, especially as recorded in 1968 by Anna I.F. Morton (1877-1972).. {2}.

200. Anna I.F. (Nancy) Morton Mather, The Morton Family (n.p.: unpublished manuscript, 1968), though Aunt Nancy thought Mary was born in Dublin. {2}.

201. Civil Registration (Ireland), Registration of marriage, vol7 p974 states age as 19 years. {2}.

202. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #20158 for 1895. {3}.

203. Civil Registration (Ireland), Registration of marriage, Vol7, p 974. {2}.

204. research note: Henry's father was Christopher Holtorf as per 1) the registration of Henry's 1886 marriage, 2) Christopher's 1871 and 1881 censuses. {2}.

205. research note: Henry's mother was Elizabeth Sandford as per 1) the registration of Henry's 1886 marriage, 2) Christopher's 1871 and 1881 censuses. {2}.

206. Christopher Holtorf, 1871 personal census, Caledon, reel C-9958, dist 40, A5, p 30, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where age was reported to be 10 in 1871.. {1}.

207. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #2479 for 1886. {2}.

208. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, told about elopement story, how Mary Jane was in boarding school at the time. {2}.

209. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Birth, #3845 for 1887, Alice's birth took place in Orangeville in March 1887. {2}.

210. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {1}.

211. research note: Regarding Holtorf children registered born in Ontario, there is none between Alice in 1887, and a Henry Holtorf born in 1894 to a cabinet maker in Fenlon Falls (Ont. Birth Reg. #32167 for 1894).. {1}.

212. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Detroit, Michigan, City Directory, 1893, p 624; Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 (Beta) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.. {1}.

213. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #25579 for 1913. {2}.

214. Henry Hulse, 18 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Street, reel T-6507, B1, 130, p 12, line 24, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where exact date given "20 Feb 1889". {2}.

215. research note: no Ontario Birth Registration found. {0}.

216. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {1}.

217. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #25579 for 1913. {3}.

218. Toronto City Directory, vols. 1905-07 (no entry for Irene), 1908, 1910. {2}.

219. H.A. Barnett, 1920 personal census, Manistee, Year: 1920;Census Place: Manistee District 5, Manistee, Michigan; Roll: T625_783; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 68; Image: 869., Ancestry.com The Generations Network, Provo, Utah, United States of America. {2}.

220. Haervey A Barnett, 1930 personal census, Saginaw, Year: 1930; Census Place: Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan; Roll: 1022; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 32; Image: 57.0., Ancestry.com The Generations Network, Provo, Utah, United States of America. {2}.

221. research note: Mary Jane's father was Henry Hulse as per 1) Mary Jane's registration of her 1886 marriage, 2) both indicated on Henry's 1871, 1881, and 1901 censuses, 3) Henry's obituary of 18 Feb. 1904. {3}.

222. research note: Mary Jane's mother was Alice Doyle as per 1) Mary Jane's registration of her 1886 marriage where mother="Alice Doyle", 2) both indicated on Henry's 1871, 1881, and 1901 censuses, given Alice and Henry marriage of 1864, 3) Henry's obituary of 18 Feb. 1904. {3}.

223. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North M Bone, 1998. {2}.

224. Burton Stoddart, 1911 personal census, Bradford, 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe South / 28 Bradford / page 19, automatedgenealogy.com online, POB="Ontario". {2}.

225. 18 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Street, reel T-6507, B1, 130, p 12, line 24, DOB=20 Sep 1868, place=Ont. {2}.

226. 1st volume, Trinity Church Bradford: marriage record, Church Archives. {3}.

227. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #16001 for 1901. {2}.

228. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, his grandmother was always known as May Hulse. {2}.

229. 18 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Street, reel T-6507, B1, 130, p 12, line 24. {2}.

230. 1911 personal census, Bradford, 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe South / 28 Bradford / page 19. {2}.

231. research note: Francis's father was James Morton as per 1) Francis' grave at Shillelagh states he was "only son of the late Captain James Morton of Tinahely", 2) Sir. James R. Gowan in his 1911 biography. {2}.

232. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard Jane Daly, 2004. {2}.

233. John Capp via Pat Morton, "The Australian Barrie Mortons," e-mail message from jpmorton@sympatico.ca ("J. P. Morton") to Martyn Bone, 5 Feb 2001. {1}.

234. Assumption: based on earliest known child's birth (James). {1}.

235. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Registration district Shillelagh, Volume 2, Page 856, FHL Film Number 101584, Ancestry.com. Ireland, Civil Registration Deaths Index, 1864-1958 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.. {2}.

236. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard Jane Daly, 2004. {2}.

237. research note: The applotments found in vols. 1 & 2 of the Killcommon etc. Vestry Book show Francis having 1 acre in Lugduff following several entries for James there since 1791. Two other Mortons who also resided there for as long: John and William. Lugduff townland is ¾ km east of Tinahely town.. {1}.

238. Vestry Book: Combined Parishes of Kilcommon, Crosspatrick and Preban: Applotment of 1824, (1824-1930), vol. 2, Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {1}.

239. Morton entry, Apr 1826 Tithe Applotment Kilcommon Parish, TRL; Tab 32/38 reel 113; Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8. {2}.

240. Henry H. Ardagh, Life of Hon. Sir James Robert Gowan (Toronto: University Press, 1911), p 302. {2}.

241. Ordinance Survey of Ireland (1 inch), Sheet 138 (Dublin: Government of Ireland, 1913). Hereinafter cited as Ordinance Survey sheet 138. {2}.

242. Jane Daly, "Tinahely," e-mail message from to M. Bone, email of 25 Nov 2004, referring to visit to Kings Inn Registry of Deeds, "Book 829 page 66 deed no 557401, Deed dated 6th March 1827, Indenture deed, Francis Henry Morton of Fort Town Doctor of Physik and Francis Morton of Tomnafinogue*.several farms and lands at Tinahely**previous lease of 31st day of August 1801 and 26th July 1804*.farms and lands at Tomnafinogue and Glenphilipeen lease*1st December 1775 and another in*.1770. ***1st December 1775 James Morton ****George Morton deceased*..of 21st day of August 1801 and 26th July 1804. Witnesses Patrick Kelly, Tomnafinogue farmer and Robert Symes of Dominick St. Dublin, Attorney.". {1}.

243. Morton entry, 1833 Tithe Applotment Carnew Parish, Tomlifinogue Townland, Toronto Referrence Library; tab 31/3 reel 108; Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8. {2}.

244. Morton entry, 1853 Griffith's Valuation, Ballinacor South, Tomnafinnoge, TRL; Wicklow fiche 6; Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8. {2}.

245. 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8 1848 to 1864 Griffith's Index. {1}.

246. vol 1, Kilcommon Parish Register, (1814-1829), Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {2}.

247. vol 1, Kilcommon Parish Register: page 8, 1814-1829, Representative Church Body Library. {2}.

248. research note: Lydia May is shown as wife to "James Morton, attorney" in two Tinahely area baptisms: Genevieve in 1851 (Crosspatrick parish) and Francis in 1853 (Kilcommon parish).. {1}.

249. research note: "Greenhall" was residence at baptism of children 1851 and 1853. {1}.

250. 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8 1853 Griffith's Valuation, Ballinacor South. {1}.

251. Dr. Morton's Estate, The Witness and South SImcoe News, Bradford, 7 Mar 1895. {2}.

252. George D. Morton wall plaque Christ Church, Holland Landing M Bone. {2}.

253. 1st volume, Trinity Church Bradford: marriage record, Church Archives. {3}.

254. announcements, Bradford Chronicle, Bradford, vol I, #49, 27 Sep 1854. {1}.

255. Morton (Obituaries), The Evening News, Toronto, 19 feb 1895, ?. {2}.

256. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #20903 for 1895. {3}.

257. deaths, The Evening News, Toronto, 19 Feb 1895. {2}.

258. The Late Dr. G. D. Morton, The Witness and South Simcoe News, Bradford, 14 Mar 1895. {2}.

259. The Late Dr. G. D. Morton, The Witness and South Simcoe News, Bradford, 14 Mar 1895. {2}.

260. The Late Dr. G. D. Morton, The Witness and South Simcoe News, Bradford, 14 Mar 1895. {2}.

261. Lots 109 & 110, 1st Con. East, East Gwillimbury, reel GS-5813, pp 79-80, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

262. Dr. George Morton, 1861 personal census, Bradford, film C-1072, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

263. Louis E. Cauz, The Plate, A Royal Tradition (n.p.: Deneau Publishers : Ontario Jockey Club, n.d.). {2}.

264. advertisments, South Simcoe News, Bradford, 31 May 1866. {1}.

265. George Morton, 1871 personal census, Bradford, record info not given, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

266. George Morton, 1881 personal census, Bradford, film unrecorded, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

267. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {2}.

268. research note: partial source info: (Bradford City Directory?), vol. for 1891, p 12. {2}.

269. George Morton, 1891 personal census, St. James Ward, Reel T-6370, D3, p 11, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

270. vol 1, Kilcommon Parish Register, (1814-1829), Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {3}.

271. vol 1, Kilcommon Parish Register: # 151, 1814-1829, Representative Church Body Library. {2}.

272. John Capp via Pat Morton, "Australian Barrie Mortons," e-mail to Martyn Bone, 5 Feb 2001, including attachment from John Capp. {2}.

273. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Registration number: 482; Source Information:

Ancestry.com. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources.. {2}.

274. John Capp via Pat Morton, "Australian Barrie Mortons," e-mail to Martyn Bone, 5 Feb 2001, including attachment from John Capp. {1}.

275. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, #3609, Ancestry.com. Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.. {2}.

276. research note: The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, #8275, 18 Dec 1872, p 4; found online at http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/page/234133?zoomLevel=3&searchTerm=William+Nassau+Morton. {1}.

277. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, stating only "1899", reg#5701, Ancestry.com. Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.. {2}.

278. research note: The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, #16525, 23 Jun 1899, p 1; found online at http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/9519589. {2}.

279. John Capp via Pat Morton, "Australian Barrie Mortons," e-mail to Martyn Bone, 5 Feb 2001, including attachment from John Capp. {2}.

280. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, p 4, line 273; Ancestry.com. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Original data: Australian Electoral Commission. [Electoral roll]. {2}.

281. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, p 36, A history of Hawthorn. Victoria Peel, Deborah Zion, Jane Yule. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press in association with the City of Hawthorn, 1993. Scanned page found online.. {1}.

282. The Late Dr. G. D. Morton, The Witness and South Simcoe News, Bradford, 14 Mar 1895. {1}.

283. research note: The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria, #16525, 23 Jun 1899, p 1; found online at http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/9519589. {2}.

284. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard, "Anne Morton their eldest daughter who died 23rd Oct 1871 aged 44 years". {2}.

285. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard, "Anne Morton their eldest daughter who died 23rd Oct 1871 aged 44 years". {1}.

286. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard, "Anne Morton their eldest daughter who died 23rd Oct 1871 aged 44 years". {2}.

287. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard, "Anne Morton their eldest daughter who died 23rd Oct 1871 aged 44 years". {2}.

288. Anne Morton plaque Shillelagh church Jane Daly, 7 Nov 1772, "Anne Morton their eldest daughter who died 23rd Oct 1871 aged 44 years". {2}.

289. Assumption: as Anne, the eldest daughter b.c. 1827. {1}.

290. Witness and South SImcoe, 7 Mar 1895, NB that sisters were mentioned but not named. {2}.

291. Edward Deane Morton, Estate and Probate File #8946, reel MS 1346, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

292. Edward Deane Morton, Estate and Probate File #8946, reel MS 1346, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

293. From the research files of J. P. Morton, email of 1999, suggests the doubtful placename could be "Coolrus, once rented by a William M, not far from Tinahely and both were on the Coolatin estate", or "Coolroe which was rented by a John M[orton] and is in Queens (Leix) Co.". {1}.

294. Witness and South SImcoe, 7 Mar 1895, NB that sisters were mentioned but not named. {2}.

295. vol 1, Kilcommon Parish Register, (1814-1829), Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {2}.

296. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard, "Ellen Morton who died 19th Aug 1903 aged 77 Years", implying birth in 1826. {2}.

297. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, Edw D Morton 1916 - 29856 roll 224 far end. {3}.

298. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, E. D. Morton 1916 - 29856, roll 224. {2}.

299. Edward Morton, 1901 personal census, Barrie, film T-6496, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where it was recorded as "18 June 1836". {2}.

300. 1st volume, Christ Church Holland Landing: burial record, Church Archives. {1}.

301. Morton-Vivian (marriage), The Northern Advance, Barrie, May 1912. {1}.

302. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #29856 for 1916, informant H.H. Morton also states mother was Eliza Barrett (as opposed to Dean on brother Francis's certificate). {2}.

303. office, cemetery records, Barrie Union Cemetery, 338 Sunnidale Rd, at Cundles Rd. West, Barrie, Simcoe Co., Ontario, Canada;. {2}.

304. 1901 personal census, Barrie, film T-6496. {2}.

305. announcements, Northern Advance, Barrie, 10 Aug 1916, p 8. {2}.

306. From the research files of Archives, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

307. announcements, Northern Advance, Barrie, 10 Aug 1916, p 8. {2}.

308. Assumption: this only makes sense. {2}.

309. announcements, Northern Advance, Barrie, 10 Aug 1916, p 8. {2}.

310. Edward Morton, 1871 personal census, Barrie, record info not given, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

311. announcements, Northern Advance, Barrie, 10 Aug 1916, p 8. {2}.

312. author not recorded, "#7, 158 Dunlop Street," A Walking Tour of Barrie. {1}.

313. Edward D Morton, 1881 personal census, Barrie, film C-13251, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

314. Edward Morton, 1891 personal census, Barrie, film T-6368, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

315. 1901 personal census, Barrie, film T-6496. {2}.

316. Assumption: Laura is likely Laura Mary Morton (b.c.1884) daughter of William from Australia, and sister to Eveline and Emily.. {0}.

317. Edward Morton, 1911 personal census, Barrie, 1911 / Ontario / Simcoe South / 23 Barrie / page 6, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

318. From the research files of J. P. Morton, email of 1999: "Certainly, if at the time he knew the contents of Arabella's will (which he must have - The Barrie ) he did not have the right to do so but as all other lines descending from Edward Dean had died out by the mid 1950's or so, the matter is no longer of any consequence. There is good reason to believe that the urn is in the US.". {1}.

319. Francis Morton grave stone Shillelagh churchyard, where age 88 at death in Nov 1882. {1}.

320. research note: Michael's mother has not yet been identified.. {0}.

321. PRONI MIC 1/147C/2, Clones Parish Burials: age at death cited as 90 years from 1872, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {2}.

322. Anna I.F. (Nancy) Morton Mather, Morton Family, died at 90 - p 6. {2}.

323. PRONI MIC 1/147A/4, Clones Parish Marriages, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {3}.

324. PRONI MIC 1/147C/2, Clones Parish Burials: date cited 1 Jan 1872, at Dromard House, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. {2}.

325. Civil Registration (Ireland), Registration of Death, Vol 3, pg 116, The General Register Office, 8-11 Lombard St. E., Dublin, Ireland 2. {3}.

326. PRONI MIC 1/147C/2, Clones Parish Burials: says 1 Jan 1872, instead of 17th Jan, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. {3}.

327. Assumption: No other marker shows Michael's name or other family members, though the date 1879 is consistant with his and James's death (1873, 1877).. {2}.

328. Mrs. John B. Brown, compiler, Clones Transcript (Ireland: typed original, 1961), p 622. {2}.

329. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for Clones Parish, Co. Fermanagh; FIN/5AA/14, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {1}.

330. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for Clones Parish, Co. Fermanagh; FIN/5AA/14, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {2}.

331. will abstract (various dates), Calendar of Wills and Administrations: Michael Elliott entry in 1873, "formerly of Annahilly, County Fermanagh...", National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8. {3}.

332. PRONI MIC 1/147A/4, Clones Parish Marriages: marriage record residence = Anahilly (or Anakilly), Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. {3}.

333. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for: cites both Anahilly (44 acres) and Anakilly (58 acres) in Manor of Shanack; FIN/5AA/14. {2}.

334. will abstract (various dates), Calendar of Wills and Administrations: Michael Elliott entry in 1873, "formerly of Annahilly, County Fermanagh...", National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8. {2}.

335. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for: note, there is no townland today spelled simply 'Anahilly'. This may refer to either Annaghilly North (in Fermanagh), or Annaghkilly (in Monaghan). It appears the former is most likely, the Tithe Applotment reference labels it as in Fermanagh.; FIN/5AA/14. {3}.

336. CHS, Journal of the Clogher Historical Society (n.p.: CHS, 1988), I interpret this to mean that George of Clonfard died in 1850, our Michael Elliott (who was shown as W. Michael in some records) placed the memorial then, and that the remaining family added the railing and plaque in 1878.. Hereinafter cited as Clogher Record. {1}.

337. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for Clones Parish, Co. Fermanagh; FIN/5AA/14, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {0}.

338. various names entry, 17 jan 1861 Griffith's Valuation, Clones Parish, TRL; Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8. {0}.

339. 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8 1848 to 1864 Griffith's Index. {1}.

340. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for: Augharoosky, Fermanagh, 31 acres; FIN/5AA/14. {3}.

341. Calendar of Wills: Michael Elliott entry in 1873, "... late of Dromard County Monaghan ...". {3}.

342. Elliotts of Drumard fenced grave with plaque St. Tighernach's, Clones Parish, Co. Monaghan, Ireland, M Bone, aug 1999. {3}.

343. 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8 17 jan 1861 Griffith's Valuation, Clones Parish, cites Dromard at 46 acres. {3}.

344. Peadar Livingstone, The Monaghan Story (Enniskillen.: Clogher Historical Society, 1980), p 23. {0}.

345. P. McDonald, Drumard House (n.a.: n.p., 2 Jun 1871), in possession of Eugene McCabe, Drumard House, Clones.. {1}.

346. County Fermanagh Northern Ireland GenWeb, Ken Birney, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nirfer/,viewed Sprin 2006, "ELLIOTT, John, s/o John

md. Martha ELLIOTT, d/o Michael, on 29 Apr 1862". {2}.

347. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family, Elliott family tree. {0}.

348. County Fermanagh Northern Ireland, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nirfer/, marriage and bapts: "ELLIOTT, John md. Martha ELLIOTT

Martha Victoria Jane ELLIOTT, bn. 29 Sep 1868 *ros

Michael ELLIOTT, bn. 27 Aug 1870 *ros " where *ros = Roslea. {2}.

349. County Fermanagh Northern Ireland, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nirfer/, marriage "ELLIOTT, John, s/o John

md. Martha ELLIOTT, d/o Michael, on 29 Apr 1862"

. {2}.

350. Assumption: Martha not mentioned in the Index to Printed Rentals which records the rest of the family sometime after the death of her father in 1872. Also her last child was born c. 1871-72.. {1}.

351. Anna I.F. (Nancy) Morton Mather, Morton Family, "she was dead by the time we came to Canada [in 1880].". {2}.

352. Anna I.F. (Nancy) Morton Mather, Morton Family. {2}.

353. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family, who called Elizebeth Aunt Bessie. {1}.

354. Index to Printed Rentals, Vol. 57, rental #928, National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8. {2}.

355. Index to Printed Rentals, Vol. 57, rental #928, National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8. {0}.

356. Interview with Eugene McCabe (Drumard House, Clones, Monaghan, Ireland.), by M. Bone, 13 Aug 1999. . {0}.

357. Index to Printed Rentals, Vol. 57, rental #928, National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8. {0}.

358. Anna (Nancy) I.F. Morton Mather, The Morton Family as remembered by Nancy ... in her 92nd year (New Lowell, ON: self, 1968). Hereinafter cited as The Morton Family. {0}.

359. Calendar of Wills. {2}.

360. Fermanagh Gold, Fermanagh Friends, Jan Hart, online http://www.fermanagh.org.uk/goldhome.htm, record 13928, Landowner, Source: Land Owners in Ireland p.249-253. {2}.

361. Calendar of Wills. {3}.

362. Gigney Family Tree, Simon Gigney, online http://www.adelgigs.com/family/1925.htm,viewed Winter 2006. {1}.

363. Anna I.F. (Nancy) Morton Mather, Morton Family. {2}.

364. Gigney Family Tree, online http://www.adelgigs.com/family/1925.htm, [though this source cites age as 76 and DOB as 1850].. {1}.

365. research note: e.g. Anut Nancy's family history, the I.G.I. records.. {1}.

366. research note: email from Patricia Knight 19 Dec 2006. {1}.

367. research note: Anne's father was James Fitzgerald as per 1) Anne's baptism registered in 1806. {1}.

368. research note: Anne's mother was Elizabeth Young as per 1) Anne's baptism registered in 1806. {1}.

369. PRONI MIC 1/147A/ 2 to 3, Clones Parish Baptisms, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {0}.

370. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch C700681, source 0897416 IT 1, printout call # 0883740. {2}.

371. Calendar of Wills. {2}.

372. Gigney Family Tree, online http://www.adelgigs.com/family/1925.htm, [though this source cites death in 1899]. {1}.

373. PRONI MIC 1/147A/4, Clones Parish Marriages: marriage record states residence = "Clon__lla", assumed to mean Clonavilla, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. {2}.

374. Index to Printed Rentals, Vol. 57, rental #928, National Archives, Bishop Street, Dublin, Ireland 8. {2}.

375. Letter from Lodge members (Clones, Ireland) to Anne Elliott (nee Fitzgerald), 1878; . {2}.

376. Calendar of Wills: 1892, entry for Elliott, Anne, her death 11 Feb 1892 proved by John Elliott. {2}.

377. Assumption: Could this John Elliott be the widower of Anne's daughter Martha?. {0}.

378. Chestofal Holtorf, 1901 personal census, Chinguacousy, T-6490, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

379. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of County Registered Marriage, Wellington County Marriage Register, microfilmed as RG8-I-6-B Vol.79 p16, #34., Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {3}.

380. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, "7 Mar 1858", Archives of Ontario; Series: MS248_17; Reel: 17. Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada). Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.. {2}.

381. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #22353 for 1904. {3}.

382. Chestofal Holtorf, 1901 personal census, Chinguacousy, T-6490, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

383. 1871 personal census, Caledon, reel C-9958, dist 40, A5, p 30. {2}.

384. research note: from "INHABITANTS OF PEEL IN 1873", based on assessment rolls, found at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wjmartin/peelco2.htm, Jan 2007. {2}.

385. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Census of Canada, Family History Library Film 1375888, NA Film Number C-13252, District 140, Sub-district B, Division 1, Page Number 32, Household Number 146. {3}.

386. 1901 personal census, Chinguacousy, T-6490, first name spelled "Chestofal". {2}.

387. 1871 personal census, Caledon, reel C-9958, dist 40, A5, p 30, where age was reported to be 12 in 1871.. {1}.

388. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Place of birth found on passport application, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington D.C.; Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925; Collection Number: ARC Identifier 583830 / MLR Number A1 534; NARA Series: M1490; Roll #: 256. Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.. {1}.

389. research note: Reuben declared "13 May 1865" on passport application, but was reported to be 12 at 2 Apr 1871 census. Year of birth more likely to be 1858.. {1}.

390. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, "2 years married" in 1900: Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Chicago Ward 24, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T623 274; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 725. Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.. {1}.

391. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Annie's parents found on death reg. Ancestry.com. Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.. {2}.

392. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, "1888" found here: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington, D.C.; Soundex Index to Naturalization Petitions for the United States District and Circuit Courts, Northern District of Illinois and Immigration and Naturalization Service District 9, 1840-1950 (M1285); Microfilm Serial: M1285; Microfilm Roll: 79.. {2}.

393. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Chicago Ward 27, Cook (Chicago), Illinois; Roll: T625_338; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 1593; Image: 382. Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA.. {2}.

394. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Buffalo, New York, City Directory, 1889, Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 (Beta) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.. {2}.

395. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Detroit, Michigan, City Directory, 1891, Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 (Beta) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.. {2}.

396. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Detroit, Michigan, City Directory, 1893, Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989 (Beta) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.. {2}.

397. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, "1893" immigration found on passport application, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington D.C.; Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925; Collection Number: ARC Identifier 583830 / MLR Number A1 534; NARA Series: M1490; Roll #: 256. Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.. {2}.

398. Chicago City Directory (Chicago: Chicago Directory Co.), vols. 1888, 91, 93, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 1900.. {1}.

399. Interview, William E. H. Morton, esp. 17 Jun 1995, Terri Walters also has a photo of a young "Paul Holtorf" c. 1920s. {1}.

400. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Chicago Ward 24, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T623 274; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 725. Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.. {2}.

401. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Chicago Ward 27, Cook (Chicago), Illinois; Roll: T625_338; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 1593; Image: 382. Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA.. {2}.

402. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Chicago Ward 25, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T624_269; Page: 22A; Enumeration District: 1102; Image: 269. Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910. T624, 1,178 rolls.. {2}.

403. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington, D.C.; Soundex Index to Naturalization Petitions for the United States District and Circuit Courts, Northern District of Illinois and Immigration and Naturalization Service District 9, 1840-1950 (M1285); Microfilm Serial: M1285; Microfilm Roll: 79.. {2}.

404. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Naturalization found on passport application, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington D.C.; Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925; Collection Number: ARC Identifier 583830 / MLR Number A1 534; NARA Series: M1490; Roll #: 256. Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.. {1}.

405. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington D.C.; Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925; Collection Number: ARC Identifier 583830 / MLR Number A1 534; NARA Series: M1490; Roll #: 256. Ancestry.com. U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2007.. {2}.

406. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Chicago Ward 27, Cook (Chicago), Illinois; Roll: T625_338; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 1593; Image: 382. Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA.. {2}.

407. research note: Elizabeth's father is David Sanford as per 1) Elizabeth's 1858 marriage registration stating he was of Erin County. There was only one David Sandford there in 1861. {1}.

408. research note: Elizabeth's mother was Maria as per 1) Elizabeth's 1858 marriage registration. {1}.

409. research note: age 38 in 1871, 21 in 1858, giving DOBs of 1832, 1837. {1}.

410. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Census of Canada, Family History Library Film 1375888, NA Film Number C-13252, District 140, Sub-district B, Division 1, Page Number 32, Household Number 146, where husband Christopher is widowed. {2}.

411. research note: Henry's father was Thomas Hulse as per 1) Henry's registration of birth in 1839, 2) Henry's registration of 1864 marriage, 3) Thomas's 1851 census. {3}.

412. research note: Henry's mother was Mary Smith as per 1) Henry's registration of birth in 1839, 2) Henry's registration of 1864 marriage, where mother="Mary" , 3) Thomas's 1851 census shows both Henry and Mary, NB "Barnett" surname found on Hulse stone in Lloydtown. {3}.

413. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, calculating backwards from death 64 yrs, 6 mos, 3 days. {2}.

414. The Late Henry Hulse, The Witness and South Simcoe News, microfilmed by Bradford Library, 18 Feb 1904, birthplace suggested. {2}.

415. Civil Registration (England), Registration of birth, Sep quarter 1839, vol 15, p 403, General Register Office at the Family Records Centre, 1 Myddelton Street, London, England EC1R 1UW. {3}.

416. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of County Registered Marriage, Toronto City Marriage Register 1858-67 (RG8 series I-6-B, vol.66), p204. {2}.

417. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #25493 for 1904. {3}.

418. Hulse, The Bradford Witness, microfilmed at Bradford Library, 11 Feb 1904. {2}.

419. 18 Apr 1901 personal census, Holland Street, reel T-6507, B1, 130, p 12, line 24. {2}.

420. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {1}.

421. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {2}.

422. Henry Hulse, 1861 personal census, King Twp., Reel C-1088, Dist 11, p 143, line 33, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

423. Henry Hulse, 1871 personal census, King Township, reel ?, dist ?, pg 16, line 19, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

424. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {2}.

425. research note: "The Royal", Newmarket Era (Newmarket ON), 4 Jan 1878, p 2, col 5.. {2}.

426. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {2}.

427. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375885, NA Film Number C-13249 ,District 137 ,Sub-district E ,Page Number 68 ,Household Number 346. {3}.

428. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {2}.

429. Toronto City Directory, vol. 1891. {2}.

430. Wilson House hotel c. 1900 photo T-11092, Acc B 8-74c; Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8. {2}.

431. Henry Hulse, 1891 personal census, St. Andrew's Ward, reel T-6369, St. Andrew's B, A2, p 48, line 5, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

432. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {2}.

433. Henry Hulse will (1 Dec 1898), Will of Henry Hulse #4950, 1898, Surrogate Court of Simcoe Co., Ontario: which took 3 years to execute, and the estate file included a lawyer's bill of 41 pages specifying fees from Feb 1904 up to May 1907., Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {3}.

434. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, calculating backwards from death 3 yrs, 9 days. {2}.

435. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North M Bone, 1998. {2}.

436. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, calculating backwards from death 13 months, 5 days. {2}.

437. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, registration number lost. {2}.

438. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #14037 for 1895. {3}.

439. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #19061 for 1898. {2}.

440. research note: see census data of Henry Hulse (1839-1904). {2}.

441. Witness and South Simcoe, 18 Feb 1904. {2}.

442. Barkley Hulse will (24 Dec 1897), Will of Barkley Hulse #3832, 1898, Surrogate Court of Simcoe Co., Ontario, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {3}.

443. research note: Both the 1881 and 1891 census indicate through Walter's ages, that he was born c. 1872. {2}.

444. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, calculating backwards from death approx 25 years gives c. 1874. {2}.

445. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #14594 for 1896, birth place given. {3}.

446. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #14594 for 1896. {3}.

447. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, number not recorded. {2}.

448. 1st volume, Trinity Church Bradford: burial record, age 21 in 1895, Church Archives. {1}.

449. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, calculating backwards from death 21 yrs, 1 mo, 3 days. {2}.

450. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #15972 for 1895. {2}.

451. 1st volume, Trinity Church Bradford: burial record, Church Archives. {3}.

452. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #16070 for 1902, place of birth given. {2}.

453. Henry Hulse et al record of inscription Newmarket Cemetery, Main St North M Bone, 1998. {2}.

454. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of Marriage, #16070 for 1902. {3}.

455. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

456. Interview with William E. H. Morton (Stella, Amherst Island), by Martyn Bone, esp. 17 Jun 1995. Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

457. Henry Hulse, 1911 personal census, Newmarket, 1911 / Ontario / York North / 32 Newmarket / page 12, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

458. research note: Alice's father was James Doyle, as per 1) Alice's registration of her 1864 marriage, 2) both appear in James's 1851 census. NB parentage not recorded on death reg. 1920. {2}.

459. research note: Alice's mother was Jane, as per 1) Alice's registration of her 1864 marriage, 2) both appear in Alice's father James's 1851 census. NB parentage not recorded on death reg. 1920. {2}.

460. Assumption: Ages from various sources, 12 in 1851, 20 in 1861, 22 in 1864, 76 in 1920, giving DOBs of 1839, 1841, 1842, 1844. Also declared "10 Apr 1843" in 1901 census, and "May 1845" in 1911 census.. {2}.

461. research note: unsure of exact source, but following marginal notes made: MS 248 15, ref. 1:204, marriage record states Alice born in Tecumseth. {2}.

462. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #43856 for 1920. {3}.

463. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #43856 for 1920. {2}.

464. William Doyle, 1861 personal census, King Twp., Reel C-1088, dist 11, p 144, line 38, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

465. Henry Hulse, 1911 personal census, Newmarket, 1911 / Ontario / York North / 32 Newmarket / page 12, automatedgenealogy.com online. {2}.

466. research note: James's father was Francis Morton as per 1) Sir. James R. Gowan in his 1911 biography. {1}.

467. research note: James's mother was proabably surnamed Hatton as per 1) Sir. James R. Gowan in his 1911 biography. {0}.

468. Assumption: mathmatical guess: between 1740 and 1770, so to be between ages 20 and 50 at son Francis's 1790 birth. {1}.

469. vol 2, Kilcommon Parish Register: here there is the only James Morton whose dates qualify to be ours: burial 1833, b.c. 1758, (1829 - 1851), Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {0}.

470. Assumption: based on burial date. {1}.

471. vol 2, Kilcommon Parish Register, 1829 - 1851, Representative Church Body Library. {1}.

472. research note: The applotments found in vols. 1 & 2 of the Killcommon etc. Vestry Book show the same acreage for James Morton in Lugduff townland, for each of four years (95 acres). An additional listing for him in Lugduff exists in 1824 (215 acres).. {1}.

473. Vestry Book: Combined Parishes of Kilcommon, Crosspatrick and Preban: Applotments of 1791, 1793, 1797, (1786-1824), vol. 1, Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland 14. {1}.

474. From the research files of J. P. Morton, "James is noted in history as a Capt. of Yeomanry involved in engagements during the 1798 rebellion as is a brother of his, Henry..."email of 1999. {1}.

475. Ruan O'Donnell, The Rebellion of Wicklow 1798 (Ireland: Irish Academic Press, 1998), p 410. {3}.

476. research note: Bytown or Bust website commenting on McCabe List of 1829, #634 referred to "Captain James Moreton of Rathburn Infantry - see book by professor Ruan O'Donnell on the 1798 rebellion in Wicklow." The book is probably "The Rebellion in Wcklow 1798", pub. Irish Academic Press 1998.. {1}.

477. Fermanagh Gold, Fermanagh Friends, online http://www.fermanagh.org.uk/goldhome.htm, 1823 CHURCH CENSUS, Source: State of the North-Western Division of the Parish of Clones with respect to members of the Established Church, recorded in June 1823, by Revd. John Richardson, Curate.. {0}.

478. research note: James's father was Robert Fitzgerald as per 1) research of James Fitzgerald of Toronto. James's father could have been William FItzgerald, Robert's brother, as per 1) research of Simon Gigney. {1}.

479. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, James Fitzgerald, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm,Mar. 2000. {1}.

480. CHS, Clogher Record, backwards calc age 62 in 1833. {2}.

481. CHS, Clogher Record, p90, grave 12. {2}.

482. Assumption: that James married (2ndly) Elizabeth after the death of his first wife Dorothy. {0}.

483. CHS, Clogher Record, p90 grave 12. {2}.

484. CHS, Clogher Record, stone of James Fitzgerald 1771-1833 visited in 1999. {2}.

485. PRONI, Tithe Applotment Manuscript for Clones Parish, Co. Fermanagh; FIN/5AA/14, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {2}.

486. PRONI MIC 1/147A/ 2 to 3, Clones Parish Baptisms: vol 1792-1808, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. {2}.

487. PRONI MIC 1/147A/ 2 to 3, Clones Parish Baptisms, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 66 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland BT9 6NY. {2}.

488. CHS, Clogher Record, p90 grave 12. {2}.

489. CHS, Clogher Record, stone of James Fitzgerald 1771-1833 visited in 1999. {2}.

490. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch C700681, source 0897416 IT 1 , printout call 0883740. {2}.

491. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch C700681, source 0897416 IT 1 , printout call 0883740. {2}.

492. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, batch M700681 , source 0897416, call 0883850. {1}.

493. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #8965 for 1875, birth place "United States of America" c 1800. {2}.

494. research note: from Surrogate Court Registor Books, p 198, Volume G -- 1874-1877 -- Erin Twp, Wellington Co. , FHC film # 0555619 found online at http://www.rootsweb.com/~oncerin/death/Surrogate/Surrogate_G.htm Jan 2007. {2}.

495. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #8965 for 1875. {3}.

496. David Sanford, 1861 personal census, Erin Twp., C-1082, Erin Twp., p 19 line 25, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, (Agricultural census on reel C-1084, Wellington Co., p 39 line 37. {2}.

497. research note: from "Erin Township Residents in 1867" found online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wjmartin/erin.htm, Jan 2007. {2}.

498. David Sanford, 1871 personal census, Erin Twp., C-9947, dist 34 F2, p49 line 4, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

499. 1861 personal census, Erin Twp., C-1082, Erin Twp., p 19 line 25, where aged 22. {2}.

500. research note: "SANDFORD, David, s/o David, m HASKINS, Eliza d/o Russell, in Erin 1859" from County Marriage Registers of Ontario, Canada, 1858-1869, v.1 - Peel County, found online at http://www.rootsweb.com/~oncerin/marriage/Peel_marr.txt, Jan 2007. {2}.

501. research note: Thomas's father may be Samuel Hulse as per 1) the proposed baptism of 1801 in Nottingham belonging to this Thomas Hulse. {0}.

502. research note: Thomas's mother may be Sarah as per 1) the proposed baptism of 1801 in Nottingham belonging to this Thomas Hulse. {0}.

503. research note: ~40 (40-44) at census 1841, 54 at census 1851, 59 at death in 1857, giving birth years of 1797-1801, 1797, 1798. {2}.

504. Thomas Hulse, 1841 personal census, Basford, HO107/856/1 p 35-36, Family Records Centre 1 Myddelton Street, London, England EC1R 1UW, county of birth given "Nottingham". {2}.

505. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, Ba: C060511, So: 503804, Pr: 1238668. {2}.

506. Baptism Index for St. Nicholas Parish 1682-1812, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {2}.

507. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, Batch 7313403, sheet 77, source 822829, though this record appears unavailable today (Jan 2013). {0}.

508. Hulse monument Lloydtown Anglican Cemetery, M. Bone. {2}.

509. Mary Barnett and Thomas Hulse photocopy of 2 photos, Martyn Bone (Toronto, Ontario, Canada). {2}.

510. Lenton Parish Records: Baptisms 1813-1836, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {2}.

511. St. Mary's Nottingham Parish Records, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {1}.

512. research note: Baptism of Thomas 1836, birth of Henry 1839, census of 1841. There were no Hulses found in Basford Parish Baptisms from 1813-1835.. {2}.

513. Civil Registration (England), Registration of birth, Henry Hulse's Birth in Sep quarter 1839, vol 15, p 403. {3}.

514. 1841 personal census, Basford, HO107/856/1 p 35-36. {3}.

515. From the research files of Glenna (Hulse) Gould, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

516. Thomas Hulse, 1851 personal census, King Twp., Reel ?, Dist 2, p 127, line 25, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

517. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, Ba: C059111, So: 504520, Pr: 0883837. {2}.

518. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375904, NA Film Number C-13268, District 167, Sub-district C, Division 1, Page Number 63, Household Number 313. {1}.

519. Ontario Vital Statistics, Registration of death, #3391 for 1900. {3}.

520. T.B. Wilson & E.S. Wilson, Directory of the Province of Ontario (Lambertville, N.J.: Hunterdon House, 1987), p 283. {1}.

521. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375904, NA Film Number C-13268, District 167, Sub-district C, Division 1, Page Number 63, Household Number 313. {3}.

522. Hulse monument Lloydtown Anglican Cemetery, , counting backwards from death 42 years. {2}.

523. Lenton Parish Records, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {3}.

524. Hulse monument Lloydtown Anglican Cemetery, M. Bone. {2}.

525. Hulse monument Lloydtown Anglican Cemetery, , though he was buried at sea. {2}.

526. John S. Hulse, 9 Mar 1861 personal census, King Township, Reel C-1088, Dist 10, pg 119, line 7, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, beginning of section for district 10. {2}.

527. 9 Mar 1861 personal census, King Township, Reel C-1088, Dist 10, pg 119, line 7, .. {2}.

528. From the research files of Glenna (Hulse) Gould, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

529. Deaths, Marriages Births, International Genealogical Index (IGI) (789 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 2G8: Toronto Reference Library, 1998), Ba: C059111, So: 504520, Pr: 0883837. {2}.

530. Lenton Parish Records: Baptisms 1813-1836, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {2}.

531. From the research files of Glenna (Hulse) Gould, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

532. From the research files of Glenna (Hulse) Gould, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {0}.

533. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375885, NA Film Number C-13249, District 137, Sub-district A, Division 2, Page Number 3, Household Number 13. {3}.

534. research note: 9 at census 1841, 21 at census 1851 census, 21 at death 1853, given births at 1832, 1830 and 1832.. {1}.

535. 1841 personal census, Basford, HO107/856/1 p 35-36, county of birth given. {2}.

536. St. Mary's Nottingham Parish Records, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {1}.

537. St. Mary's Nottingham Parish Records, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {1}.

538. research note: no further record of Thomas found, a second Thomas born 1836. {1}.

539. Basford Parish Records, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {1}.

540. Basford Parish Records, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom NG2 1AG. {2}.

541. research note: no further record of Thomas found, and he did not appear on the Hulse monument in Lloydtown (i.e. suggesting he did not emigrate, or died en route). {1}.

542. 1861 personal census, King Twp., Reel C-1088, Dist 11, p 143, line 33, where age was 19. {2}.

543. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375885, NA Film Number C-13249, District 137, Sub-district A, Division 2, Page Number 47, Household Number 214. {2}.

544. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, Family History Library Microfilm: 1030068. {2}.

545. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375885, NA Film Number C-13249, District 137, Sub-district A, Division 2, Page Number 47, Household Number 214. {3}.

546. research note: ~35 at cenus 1841, 49 at census 1851, 59 at census 1861, 69 at census 1871, 78 at census 1881, 88 at cenus 1891, 95 at death 1894, giving birth years of ~1806(+/-5), 1802, 1802, 1802, 1803, 1803, and 1799.. {2}.

547. 1841 personal census, Basford, HO107/856/1 p 35-36, county of birth given. {2}.

548. research note: does not appear in Ontario Death Registrations. {0}.

549. From the research files of Glenna (Hulse) Gould, Martyn Bone, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, name="Mary Smith Barnett" and also just "Mary Barnett". {1}.

550. OGS, Lloydtown Anglican Cemetery (Ontario: OGS), name="Mary Barnett". {2}.

551. Mary Hulse, 1871 personal census, King Twp., C-9965 43A, p3 line 4, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

552. FamilySearch(TM) International Genealogical Index, online http://www.familysearch.org, 1881 Canadian Census, Family History Library Film 1375885, NA Film Number C-13249, District 137, Sub-district A, Division 2, Page Number 47, Household Number 215. {2}.

553. Henry Hulse, 1891 personal census, St. Andrew's Ward, reel T-6369, St. Andrew's B, A2, p 48, line 5, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

554. Patrick Doyle, 1851 personal census, King Twp., C_11760, dist42, 403, p 240, line 21, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, calculated by census data. {1}.

555. Assumption: circa birth of Patrick. {1}.

556. Jane Doyle, 1871 personal census, King Twp., C-9965 43A, p3 line 10, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {1}.

557. Dan Walker and Fawne Stratford-Devai. Bruce Elliot, Men of Upper Canada, Militia Nominal Rolls 1828-1829 (Toronto: Ontario Genealogical Society, 1995). Hereinafter cited as Men of Upper Canada. {1}.

558. King Twp. Con 11, lot 34: Question remaining: why was James and family living in a shanty in 1851 if they owned land? Did they loose it?, GS-5840, Archives of Ontario, 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {1}.

559. 1851 personal census, King Twp., C_11760, dist42, 403, p 240, line 21. {2}.

560. 1851 personal census, King Twp., C_11760, dist42, 403, p 240, line 21, where age was 24 in 1851. {1}.

561. 1861 personal census, King Twp., Reel C-1088, dist 11, p 144, line 38, 1838, where age was 23 in 1861. {1}.

562. 1851 personal census, King Twp., C_11760, dist42, 403, p 240, line 21, 1834, where age was 17 in 1851. {1}.

563. International Genealogical Index (IGI), no source info given (searched 1 Jul 2001), father=James Doyle, mother=Jane, Place of birth=Tecumseth. {2}.

564. research note: aged 28 in 1872, 22 in 1861, 13 in 1851, giving DOB of 1844, 1839, 1838.. {2}.

565. The Other One, Jan, online http://www.gencircles.com/users/pywak/3,viewed May 2002, where Jane is identified by "Born About 1844 in Tecumseth, Simcoe Co. On., ON, Can". {1}.

566. Kelvin Luther's Family Tree, Kelvin Brent Luther, online http://www.ic.sunysb.edu/Stu/kluther/,last viewed May 2002, noting marriage only. {1}.

567. Ancestry.com, online search.ancestry.ca, York, 1872, p 183. Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada). Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1922 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Ontario, Canada. Registrations of Marriages, 1869-1922. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives of Ontario. MS932, 632 reels.. {2}.

568. research note: age 65 in 1871, 47 in 1861, giving 1806, 1804. {2}.

569. 1871 personal census, King Twp., C-9965 43A, p3 line 10, age 65. {1}.

570. Jane Doyle, 1871 personal census, King Twp., C-9965 43A, p3 line 10, Archives of Ontario 77 Grenville, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. {2}.

571. research note: Francis's father was George Morton as per 1) Sir. James R. Gowan in his 1911 biography. {1}.

572. Assumption: mathmatical guess based on ages of children, born 1744, 1749 and 1758.. {1}.

573. Henry H. Ardagh, Life of Hon. Sir James Robert Gowan (Toronto: University Press, 1911), p 302. {2}.

574. Henry H. Ardagh, Life of Hon. Sir, p 302: Material in Appendix B, The Gowan Pedigree, was written by Sir James Gowan, himself, and based on an age referrence he makes, it appears to have been written in 1890.. {2}.

575. The Hattons of Wexford and Ireland, 1999., David A. Crerar, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nspictou/wexfordhattons.html. {2}.

576. research note: Sir James Gowan claimed one Hatton daughter married Francis Morton, another married John Hunter Gowan around 1730, and had six children. Henry Hatton died in 1669. This implies the second Hatton sister married Gowan at the unlikely age of at least 61. Hatton family researcher, David A. Crerar, suggests that John Hunter Gowan married Anne Hatton (b.c.1710), daughter of Henry Hatton the innkeeper of Gorey (d.1741). Unfortunately, Anne had no recorded sister, leaving the question of Francis' bride, unanswered.. {0}.

577. Jane Daly, "Tinahely," e-mail to M. Bone, email of 25 Nov 2004, referring to visit to Kings Inn Registry of Deeds, "Book 108 page 298 deed no 64046 Earl of Molton to Morton, 2nd May, 1743, Francis Morton of Tinahely **.all houses, outhouses, coachhouses*. Of Tinahely heretofore in the possession of George Morton and all part and parcel of Rossabawn and Lugduff*** witnesses Jack Hatton, John Briggs and Francis Morton."

. {2}.

578. From the research files of J. P. Morton, email of 1999. {1}.

579. Assumption: based on death date of 1822, age 78. {1}.

580. vol 1, Kilcommon Parish Register: "Henry of Forttown", #54 p 6, 1814-1829, Representative Church Body Library. {1}.

581. Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society, Corn Growers, Carriers and Traders, Co. Wicklow 1788-1790 (Dublin: Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society, 1997). {2}.

582. Ruan O'Donnell, Rebellion of Wicklow 1798, p 146. {3}.

583. From the research files of J. P. Morton, email of 1999. {1}.

584. research note: Jane Daly's email of Oct 2004, from her readings of Ruan O'Donnells' book, also "People of the Rebellion, Wicklow 1798", Joseph Holts' book, and "Women's Accounts of the rebellion".. {2}.

585. Ruan O'Donnell, Rebellion of Wicklow 1798, p 264. {3}.

586. research note: Jane Daly's email of Oct 2004, from her readings of Ruan O'Donnells' book, also "People of the Rebellion, Wicklow 1798", Joseph Holts' book, and "Women's Accounts of the rebellion". {0}.

587. research note: possibly the Wm Morton born 1749 d 1829 was the brother of James, as both were of Lugduff. {0}.

588. research note: Jane Daly's email of Oct 2004, from her readings of Ruan O'Donnells' book, also "People of the Rebellion, Wicklow 1798", Joseph Holts' book, and "Women's Accounts of the rebellion". {1}.

589. research note: James's mother's father may have been Henry Hatton as per 1) Sir. James R. Gowan in his 1911 biography. {0}.

590. Assumption: mathmatical guess based on children b 1744-58 and childbearing age of 15-45.. {1}.

591. research note: Robert's father was James Fitzgerald as per 1) research of James Fitzgerald of Toronto. {1}.

592. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm, website at http://www3.sympatico.ca/otaku/JF/research.htm. {1}.

593. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, James Fitzgerald, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm,Mar. 2000. {1}.

594. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm, "Yes, my great-great-great grandfather, John FitzGerald (1779-1841) was the younger brother of James FitzGerald (c.1770-1833). According to my records, there were three bothers in that Clones generation -- James, Edward and John. Presumably James, being the eldest, owned and occupied Clonavilla through primogeniture. As it says in my website, my direct ancestor John, the youngest brother, emigrated to Ontario in 1824.". {2}.

595. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm, "Yes, my great-great-great grandfather, John FitzGerald (1779-1841) was the younger brother of James FitzGerald (c.1770-1833). According to my records, there were three bothers in that Clones generation -- James, Edward and John. Presumably James, being the eldest, owned and occupied Clonavilla through primogeniture. As it says in my website, my direct ancestor John, the youngest brother, emigrated to Ontario in 1824.". {1}.

596. research note: http://www.jamesfitzgerald.info/Genealogy.html. {1}.

597. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, James Fitzgerald, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm,Mar. 2000. {2}.

598. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Ba: C044872, So: 503801, Pr: 0883649. {2}.

599. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Ba: C044872, So: 503801, Pr: 0883649. {2}.

600. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Ba: P015431, So: 095040-095042, Pr: 0820796. {2}.

601. International Genealogical Index (IGI), Ba: P015431, So: 095040-095042, Pr: 0820796. {2}.

602. Jane Daly, "Tinahely," e-mail to M. Bone, email of 25 Nov 2004, referring to visit to Kings Inn Registry of Deeds, "Book 108 page 298 deed no 64046 Earl of Molton to Morton, 2nd May, 1743, Francis Morton of Tinahely **.all houses, outhouses, coachhouses*. Of Tinahely heretofore in the possession of George Morton and all part and parcel of Rossabawn and Lugduff*** witnesses Jack Hatton, John Briggs and Francis Morton."

. {1}.

603. Henry H. Ardagh, Life of Hon. Sir, p 302: Material in Appendix B, The Gowan Pedigree, was written by Sir James Gowan, himself, and based on an age referrence he makes, it appears to have been written in 1890.. {1}.

604. The Hattons of Wexford and Ireland, 1999., David A. Crerar, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nspictou/wexfordhattons.html. {1}.

605. Henry H. Ardagh, Life of Hon. Sir, p 301. {2}.

606. The Hattons of Wexford and Ireland, 1999., David A. Crerar, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nspictou/wexfordhattons.html. {1}.

607. Henry H. Ardagh, Life of Hon. Sir, p 296. {2}.

608. research note: James's father was John Fitzgerald as per 1) research of James Fitzgerald of Toronto. {1}.

609. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, James Fitzgerald, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm,Mar. 2000. {1}.

610. FitzGerald/Woollatt Genealogical Research, James Fitzgerald, online http://www.pathcom.com/~jfitzg/research.htm,Mar. 2000. {1}.

611. Gigney Family Tree, Simon Gigney, online http://www.adelgigs.com/family/1925.htm,viewed Winter 2006. {1}.

612. Gigney Family Tree, Simon Gigney, online http://www.adelgigs.com/family/1925.htm,viewed Winter 2006. {1}.

613. CHS, Clogher Record, p90 grave 64. {2}.

614. CHS, Clogher Record, p90 grave 64. {2}.

615. Patricia Evans, "Fitzgeralds of Clones," e-mail message from pevans@unb.ca to M. Bone, 27 Oct 2000. {1}.

616. Patricia Evans, "Fitzgeralds of Clones," e-mail to M. Bone, 27 Oct 2000, "James son of James (1765-1860) son of James (~1741-1819) son of James (1715-1739). My mother's g-grandmother was his sister.". {1}.

617. research note: John's father was Patrick Fitzgerald as per 1) research of James Fitzgerald of Toronto. {1}.

618. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

619. research note: Patrick's father was William Fitzgerald as per 1) Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, 2) research of James Fitzgerald of Toronto. {1}.

620. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

621. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

622. Assumption: married b. 1582 as wife Margaret Tobin also died b. 1582. {0}.

623. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

624. The FitzGerald (Knights of Kerry) Papers (MIC/639 and T/3075), Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, online http://proni.nics.gov.uk/records/private/fitzger.htm. {2}.

625. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {0}.

626. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

627. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

628. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {1}.

629. Assumption: based on William's supposed era, and a date of construction found in a travel magazine online. {0}.

630. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {2}.

631. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {1}.

632. Assumption: based on John's supposed era, and a possible date of construction c. 1440 from a travel magazine online. {0}.

633. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {0}.

634. Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Brian C Tompsett, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/. {1}.

635. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {1}.

636. Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Brian C Tompsett, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/. {0}.

637. Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Brian C Tompsett, online http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/. {1}.

638. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105. {1}.

639. Peter Townsend, editor, Burke's Peerage Baronetage and Knightage, 105th Edition (n.p.: Burke's, pub. 1970), p 1014. Hereinafter cited as Burke's PB&K #105.