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Ancestors of Daisy Alvira Newlove

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44. William Campbell4 ASSELS (child of James, #88);[235],[236] born circa 1813 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[237],[238],[239] he may have married Sarah Morrison circa 1840;[240],[241] married Mary Jane Imhoff (see #45), daughter of John Imhoff and Charlotte Becker-dit-Blondin, 6 Nov 1843 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by banns, by George Milne, where William was a farmer, and widower, and Mary Jane's surname spelled "Emouff", and the witnesses were James Assles (William's brother), and Lewis Emouff (Mary Jane's brother);[143],[242] died 24 Oct 1884 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[243],[244] buried 26 Oct 1884 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, "In the memory / of / William C. Asstels / died / Oct. 24, 1884 / Æt 72 / Blessed are they who morn for they shall be comforted / Erected by his son W. J. Asstels."[244],[245]

He and Mary Jane Imhoff appeared on the census of 1861 at New Carlisle, Cox Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William (48) was a farmer, with Mary Jane (35), Robert A (17), Frederick (14), William (12), John L (10), Isabella (8), Benjamin (6), Clarence (4), and Douglas (2) present, living in a 1-story frame house.[246] He and Mary Jane Imhoff appeared on the census of 1871 at New Carlisle, Cox Twp., Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where William Assles (57) was a farmer, CoE, with Mary Jane Assles (48) who was RC, and Frederick Assles (25), William James Assles (23), Isabella Assles (19), Benjamin Assles (17), and Clarence Assles (15).[247] He and Mary Jane Imhoff appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Wm. C. Assels (66) was a farmer, Mary Jane (59), William J (32), Isabella (29), and Benjamin (26) were present.[248]

Children of William Campbell4 Assels and Mary Jane Imhoff (see #45) were as follows:

  • i. Robert Arthur3 Assels;[249],[249] born 15 Mar 1844 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[250],[251] baptized 9 Sep 1844 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[251] married Isabella Forsythe 2 Dec 1866 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Robert was a farmer of New Carlisle, and Isabella was daughter of W. Henry Forsyth and Alice Flowers, married by banns, witnessed by Henry Forsyth, Frederick A. Assels, performed by George Milne;[252],[253] married Mary Myles 21 May 1889;[254] died 30 Aug 1925 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 81;[121],[255] buried 1 Sep 1925 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, with J. Garrett and John Assels present.[256]

    He and Isabella Forsythe appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada; where Robert (40) a farmer, Isabella (40), Rena (13), Edith (11), Walter (9), Robert (8), William (5), Emma (3), and Blanch (1) were present.[257] He and Mary Myles appeared on the census of 1891 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Robert Assels (47) was a farmer, Mary Assels (38), Beane Assels (29), Ida Assels (19), Walter Assels (18), Henry Assels (16), Blanch Assels (11), Arthur Assels (7), and Bella Assels (6) were present.[258]

  • 22. ii. Frederick Angus Assels.

  • iii. William James Assels;[259],[259] born 23 Dec 1847 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[260],[261] baptized 2 Jan 1848 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where sponsors were Samuel Christie and Maria Day;[262] married Diana "Ann" Jane Ross 29 Aug 1888 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; by the rector Thomas Blaylock;[254],[263] died 22 Oct 1924 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 76;[143],[264] buried 24 Oct 1924 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada, in the presence of Mansfield Asstels, and Harry Assels.[264]

    He and Diana "Ann" Jane Ross appeared on the census of 1901 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where William J (52), Annie (34), William (10), Mansfield (5), Rena (3), his mother Mary Jane (82) and niece Rosalie M (22) were present.[265]

  • iv. John Assels;[266],[266] born 23 Feb 1850 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[267] baptized 2 Jun 1850 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, and sponsored by Silvester Ray, Mrs. Sarah McRae (Grandmother);[268] died 3 Nov 1870 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 20;[243],[269] buried 5 Nov 1870 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada, by George Milne, in the presence of his father William C. Assels, and Louis Hurrelman.[270]

  • v. Isabella Assels;[259],[259] born 11 Apr 1852 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[271],[272] baptized 25 Jul 1852 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, sponsored by Ann Edwards, and Margaret Adams.[273]

  • vi. Benjamin Alfred Assels;[259],[259] born 6 Feb 1854 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[271],[274] baptized 9 Apr 1854 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, sponsored by Benjami Billingsley, and Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards.[275]

  • vii. Clarence Assels;[276],[276] born 24 May 1856 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[121],[277] baptized 14 Jun 1856 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, in the presence of his parents;[278] married Rosalie Dobson 30 Aug 1879 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; by Thomas Blaylock, witnessed by Fred Winter, and Annie Bloel.[279],[280]

    He and Rosalie Dobson appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Clarence Assels (23) was a farmer, but temporarily absent at census, with Rosalie Assels (22), and Fred Assels (9/12) living with her parents Charles Dobson (64), and Mary Dobson (60), with William Dobson (53), Alfred Dobson (18), Emma Dobson (10), Gertrude White (4), and Eliza Dobson (24).

    [281] Clarence and Rosalie had 3 children: Hudson (Fred by 1881) (b. 13 Jun 1880), Mary (b.29 Nov 1882) Amy (b. 21 Jan 1885).[282],[283]

  • viii. Francis Douglas Assels;[266],[266] born 3 Sep 1858 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[243],[284] baptized 13 Feb 1859 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, sponsored by Richard Coubray, and Mary Jane Sawyer (aunt of father);[285] died in the morning, in his 11th year 29 Dec 1868 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 10;[286] buried 30 Dec 1868 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, with his brother Thomas.[287]

  • ix. Thomas Assels;[276],[276] born 15 Dec 1861 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[288],[289] baptized 25 Jan 1862 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, in the presence of Isabella Milne;[290] died 2 Feb 1862 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[288],[289] buried 3 Feb 1862 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[289],[289]

  • x. Thomas Edmond Assels;[266],[266] born 13 Aug 1863 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[288],[291] baptized 28 Aug 1863 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, witnessed by Isabella Milne;[292] died in his 6th year 28 Dec 1868 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 5;[243],[286] buried 30 Dec 1868 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, with his brother Francis.[287]

  • xi. Oswald Assels;[266],[266] born 11 Jan 1866 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[288],[293] baptized 29 May 1866 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, and sponsored by Charlotte Imhoff Grandmother;[294] died about 3 years old 26 Dec 1868 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada, at age 2;[243],[286] buried 28 Dec 1868 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada.[287]

45. Mary Jane4 IMHOFF (child of John, #90);[295],[296] born 16 Apr 1822 at Port Daniel, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[297],[250],[298] baptized 11 Aug 1822 at Church of England, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by Richard Knagg, sponsored by James Day Jr., Charlotte Emhaff, Jane Emhaff;[298] married William Campbell Assels (see #44), son of James Assels and Sarah Flowers, 6 Nov 1843 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by banns, by George Milne, where William was a farmer, and widower, and Mary Jane's surname spelled "Emouff", and the witnesses were James Assles (William's brother), and Lewis Emouff (Mary Jane's brother);[143],[242] died aged 96 years 25 Mar 1917 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 94;[299] buried 27 Mar 1917 at St-Etienne, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, "widow of William Astle", in the presence of William J. Asstels, C.H. Beaulieu, John Hall, and John Inmhoff.[299]

She was also known as Mary Jane Emouff but this was likely a local mispelling of the ancestral "Imhoff", as implied in Imhoff research.[300] She and William Campbell Assels appeared on the census of 1861 at New Carlisle, Cox Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William (48) was a farmer, with Mary Jane (35), Robert A (17), Frederick (14), William (12), John L (10), Isabella (8), Benjamin (6), Clarence (4), and Douglas (2) present, living in a 1-story frame house.[246] She and William Campbell Assels appeared on the census of 1871 at New Carlisle, Cox Twp., Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where William Assles (57) was a farmer, CoE, with Mary Jane Assles (48) who was RC, and Frederick Assles (25), William James Assles (23), Isabella Assles (19), Benjamin Assles (17), and Clarence Assles (15).[247] She and William Campbell Assels appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Wm. C. Assels (66) was a farmer, Mary Jane (59), William J (32), Isabella (29), and Benjamin (26) were present.[248] She appeared on the census of 1901 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Mary Jane (82, b. 10 Nov 1828) lived with son William J (52), and Annie (34), William (10), Mansfield (5), Rena (3), and Rosalie M (22) were present.[265]



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    46. Simeon4 WHEELER (child of John, #92);[301],[302] born 1801 at Hampden, Maine, United States of America;[303],[143],[304] married Margaret Connell (see #47), daughter of John Connell and Ellen Quinn, 13 Jul 1830 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); by Alexander Sommerville, in the presence of Benjamin ?, and Samuel Waitt, where "Simon Wheeler" and "Margaret Connell" were both of Beresford.[279],[305]

    He lived in 1830 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada).[306] He and Margaret Connell lived on 5 Jul 1860 at Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); at the baptism of several of their children: Ann (20), Francesca (18), Mary (7), Robert (10), William (10), and Margaret (13), and daughter Helen's children.[307] He and Margaret Connell appeared on the census of 1861 at Matapédia Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Simeon Wheeler (60) was a farmer, born in US, Roman Catholic, and married in 1830 to Margaret Wheeler (51) born Ireland, with each child born in Lower Canada: Francis Wheeler (23) a labourer, Wealthy Wheeler (17), Simeon Wheeler Jr (16), Margaret Wheeler (14), George Wheeler (12), Robert Wheeler (11), William Wheeler (11), and Mary Wheeler (8), living in a 1-story log home.[308] He was a farmer in 1868 at Upsalquitch, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, Canada.[309] He appeared on the census of 1871 at Addington Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Simeon Wheeler (73) was a widow, with Mary Wheeler (17), living with Denis Fitzgerald (40) a hotelkeeper, [Wealthy] Ann Fitzgerald (28), Catherine Fitzgerald (6), Annie Fitzgerald (4), Simon Fitzgerald (2), John Fitzgerald (1), and Denis Fitzgerald (11), and John Michael (25) present.[310] He lived in 1872; Campbellton, Addington Parish, where he was a farmer.[311]

    Children of Simeon4 Wheeler and Margaret Connell (see #47) were as follows:

    • i. Helen3 Wheeler;[312],[312] born 30 Jul 1831 at Petit-Rocher, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada);[313] baptized 30 Oct 1831 at Petit-Rocher, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada);[313] married William McKnight circa 1850.[314]

      She and William McKnight living in Cambleton, New Brunswick, had their three daughters baptised: Margaret McNight (10), Ann McNight (8), and Elizabeth McNight (7) on 5 Jul 1860 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[315] She and William McKnight appeared on the census of 1871 at Eldon Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where William Mcknight (41) was a farmer, with Ellen Mcknight (38), Elisa Mcknight (20), Hannah Mcknight (18), Margaret Mcknight (16), Wealthy Mcknight (9), James Simon Mcknight (6), and Sophia Mcknight (3), who were all were Roman Catholic, and born in New Brunswick, except Maria M Mckenzie (18) of P.E.I. who was also present.[316]

    • ii. Valentine Wheeler;[317],[317] born circa 1837 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[318] married Margaret Richie 1861; but the details are unknown;[319] died between 1882 and 1891.[320]

      He and Margaret Richie appeared on the census of 1861 at Matapédia Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Valentine Wheeler (25), born Lower Canada, was a lumberman, with Margaret Wheeler (23) born Scotland, who were married in 1861, living with John Wheeler (26) also a lumber man, and his family, Barbara (30), Elizabeth (3), and Annabela (1), in a one-story frame house.[321],[322] He and Margaret Richie appeared on the census of 1871 at Matapédia Twp., Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Valentine Wheeler (34) was a farmer, with Margaret Wheeler (32), Barbarie Wheeler (9), Allen Wheeler (8), Eliza Wheeler (5), and Magaret R Wheeler (2) present.[323] He and Margaret Richie appeared on the census of 1881 at Matapédia Twp., Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Valentine Wheeler (44) was a farmer, with Margret Wheeler (43), Allan Wheeler (18), Eliza Wheeler (15), Margret Wheeler (12), Mary Wheeler (10), Anna Wheeler (8), William Wheeler (5), and Alice Wheeler (1), with Robert Pollock (27) a farm labourer, and his wife, Valentine's daughter, Barbara Pollock (19).[324]

    • iii. Francis Wheeler;[325],[325] born circa 1838 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[326] married Catherine Hulihan 21 Oct 1861 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Francis was son of Simon Wheeler and Margaret Connell, and Catherine was daughter of Patrick Hulihan and Mary Power of Cambleton.[327]

      He and Catherine Hulihan appeared on the census of 1871 at Addington Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Francis Wheeler (28) was a labourer born in Quebec, Catherine Wheeler (33) and the children born in New Brusnwick: John Wheeler (5), and Margaret Wheeler (3).[328] Francis and Catherine had at least three children: John Wheeler (b.c. 1866), Margaret Wheeler (b.c. 1868), and Francis Wheeler (b. 1871).[329] The story of Francis and his family is unknown after 1871.[330]

    • iv. Ann Wheeler;[331],[331] born circa 1840;[332] baptized 5 Jul 1860 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); with her siblings.[167]

    • v. Francesca Wheeler;[333],[333] born circa 1842;[334] baptized 5 Jul 1860 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); with her siblings.[167]

      She may have appeared on the census of 1880 at Otter Creek, Dunn Co., Wisconsin, United States of America; where Charles McGillis (57) was a farmer, with Frances (32) his wife, born Canada, with a father born in Maine, and mother in Ireland, children Mary A (18), George (12), Frances B (6), Charlotte (4), Charles (2), and brother-in-law Simon Wheeler (33) a labourer, also born Canada, of same parents as Frances.[335],[336]

    • vi. Simeon Wheeler Jr;[325],[325] born circa 1845 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[326],[337] baptized 28 Jul 1849 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); "aged 4 yrs."[338]

      He appeared on the census of 1880 at Otter Creek, Dunn Co., Wisconsin, United States of America; where Simon Wheeler (33) a labourer, lived with brother-in-law Charles McGillis (57) a farmer, with Frances (32) his wife, born Canada, with a father born in Maine, and mother in Ireland, children Mary A (18), George (12), Frances B (6), Charlotte (4), Charles (2).[335],[336]

    • vii. Wealthy Wheeler;[325],[325] born 13 Oct 1845 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[339],[340] married Denis Fitzgerald 12 Aug 1861 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Denis was a widower, in the presence of James and Edward Fitzgerald, and Valentine Wheeler brother of the bride;[341] died 15 Mar 1907 at Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin, United States of America, at age 61.[342],[343]

      She and Denis Fitzgerald appeared on the census of 1861 at Addington Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where Dennis Fitsgerald (30) was a native, and lumberman, with wife Wealthy Fitsgerald (18), brothers James Fitsgerald (28), and Edward Fitsgerald (26), niece Catherine Hulihan (23), and son Dennis Fitsgerald (3).[344] Wealthy and Denis had 6 children: while in Cambellton, N.B., John Fitzgerald (b. 16 Feb 1863, d. 24 Sep 1863), Catherine Fitzgerald (1865-1945), Annie Fitzgerald (b. 14 Feb 1867), Simon James Fitzgerald (1868-1923), John Fitzgerald (b. 22 Aug 1870), and while in Marinette, Wisconsin: James Fitzgerald (b 14 Jan 1879).[345] She and Denis Fitzgerald appeared on the census of 1871 at Addington Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Denis Fitzgerald (40) was a hotelkeeper, [Wealthy] Ann Fitzgerald (28), Catherine Fitzgerald (6), Annie Fitzgerald (4), Simon Fitzgerald (2), John Fitzgerald (1), and Denis Fitzgerald (11), with Simeon Wheeler (73) a widow, Mary Wheeler (17), and John Michael (25) present.[310] She appeared on the census of 1 Jun 1905 at Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin, United States of America; where Walthea A Fitzgerald (62) was a widowed landlady, born New Brunswick, parents from Maine, and Ireland, with James Fitzgerald (25), born Wisconsin, working in a restaurant.[346]

    • viii. Margaret Wheeler;[325],[325] born circa 1847 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[326] baptized 5 Jul 1860 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); with her siblings.[167]

    • ix. George Wheeler;[325],[325] born circa Nov 1848 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[326],[347] baptized 28 Jul 1849 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); "aged 10 mo."[338]

    • x. William Wheeler;[325],[325] born circa 1850 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[326] baptized 5 Jul 1860 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); with his siblings.[167]

    • xi. Robert Wheeler;[325],[325] born circa 1850 at Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[326] baptized 5 Jul 1860 at Ste. Anne, Cross Point, Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); with his siblings.[167]

    • 23. xii. Mary Wheeler.

    47. Margaret4 CONNELL (child of John, #94);[348],[349] born circa 1810 at Ireland;[350],[351] married Simeon Wheeler (see #46), son of John Wheeler and Wealthea Ann Gorton, 13 Jul 1830 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); by Alexander Sommerville, in the presence of Benjamin ?, and Samuel Waitt, where "Simon Wheeler" and "Margaret Connell" were both of Beresford;[279],[305] died between 1861 and 1871.[352]

    She lived in 1830 at Beresford, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada).[306] She and Simeon Wheeler lived on 5 Jul 1860 at Ristigouche Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); at the baptism of several of their children: Ann (20), Francesca (18), Mary (7), Robert (10), William (10), and Margaret (13), and daughter Helen's children.[307] She and Simeon Wheeler appeared on the census of 1861 at Matapédia Twp., Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Simeon Wheeler (60) was a farmer, born in US, Roman Catholic, and married in 1830 to Margaret Wheeler (51) born Ireland, with each child born in Lower Canada: Francis Wheeler (23) a labourer, Wealthy Wheeler (17), Simeon Wheeler Jr (16), Margaret Wheeler (14), George Wheeler (12), Robert Wheeler (11), William Wheeler (11), and Mary Wheeler (8), living in a 1-story log home.[308]



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      80. Love5 NEWLOVE (child of John, #160);[353],[354] born 21 Nov 1778 at Wetwang, Co. Yorkshire, England;[355],[356] married Mary Corner (see #81), daughter of William Corner and Mary Lupton, 9 Dec 1811 at Thornton By Pocklington, Co. Yorkshire, England;[357],[358] married Hannah Hardy 3 Apr 1838 at Home District, Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada); performed by Rev. Ryerson, witnessed by James Foster, and Richard Beadly;[359] died 4 Apr 1854 at Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), at age 75;[360] buried at Providence Cemetery, Sandhill, Albion Twp., Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada), "In Memory of / Love Newlove, / Who departed this life / Apr. 4, 1854 / aged 74 Yrs, 6 mos. /. "[361]

      He was living in 1837 at Albion Twp., Home District, Upper Canada (Ontario), British North America (Canada).[362] He and Hannah Hardy appeared on the census of 1851 at Albion Twp., Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Love Newlove (72), born England, lived in a frame house with Hannah Newlove (35), Jane Newlove (15), George Newlove (18), James Newlove (20), Robert Newlove (11), Sarah Newlove (8), Thomas Newlove (6), William Newlove (2), and four servants.[363]

      Children of Love5 Newlove and Mary Corner (see #81) were as follows:

      • i. Love4 Newlove;[364],[365],[364],[365] born 8 Sep 1808 at Co. Yorkshire, England;[366],[367],[368],[369] married Angeline Cahoon;[370],[371],[372] died 26 Sep 1886 at Melvin, Sanilac Co., Michigan, United States of America, at age 78.[373]

        He was also known as Thomas Love NEWLOVE.[374],[375] He was also known as Love Thomas NEWLOVE.[376] He possibly appeared on the census of 1851 at Walsingham Twp., Norfolk Co, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Love Newlove (35) was a labourer, living with John Newlove (38) a lumberman, and his family.[377] He and Angeline Cahoon appeared on the census of 1870 at Speaker, Sanilac Co., Michigan, United States of America; where Love Newlove (62) was a farmer, born England, with Angeline Newlove (42) born Nova Scotia, Hannah Newlove (13), and Spencer Newlove (12) born in Canada, and the remaining children born in Michigan: Freeman Newlove (10), William Newlove (7), Rosalia Newlove (5), and Fidelia Newlove (5).[378]

      • 40. ii. William Newlove.

      • iii. John Newlove;[379],[379] christened 17 Aug 1815 at Thornton By Pocklington, Co. Yorkshire, England;[380] married Margaret Riddle;[381] died a farmer, aged 68 Yrs, 11 Mos, 15 days 1 Aug 1884 at Wiarton, Bruce Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 68.[382]

        He and Margaret Riddle appeared on the census of 1851 at Walsingham Twp., Norfolk Co, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where John Newlove (38) was a lumberman, with Margaret Newlove (26), Mary Newlove (9), and Martha Newlove (6), with labourers John Kidd (15), and Love Newlove (35).[383] He and Margaret Riddle appeared on the census of 1861 at Walsingham Twp., Norfolk Co, Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where John Newlove (46) was a farmer, with Margaret Newlove (36), Mary Newlove (18), and Martha Newlove (16) present.[384] He and Margaret Riddle appeared on the census of 1871 at Keppel Twp., Grey Co., Ontario, Canada; where John Newlove (55), Margaret Newlove (45), William Newlove (10).[385]

      • iv. Joseph Newlove;[386],[386] christened 26 Feb 1817 at Thornton By Pocklington, Co. Yorkshire, England;[387] married Elizabeth Owens;[388],[389],[390] married Ann Farnell 2 Jul 1890 at Brampton, Peel Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph (73) was a widower, and Ann Davis nee Farnell (52) was a widow, both living in Brampton;[391],[392] died 11 Jan 1892 at Brampton, Peel Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 74.[393]

        He and Elizabeth Owens appeared on the census of 1851 at Chinguacousy Twp., Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Joseph Newlove (35), Elisa Newlove (31), Mary Newlove (10), Martha J Newlove (8), Joseph L Newlove (3), and Edward Newlove (1) were present.[394] He and Elizabeth Owens appeared on the census of 1861 at Chinguacousy Twp., Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where Joseph Newlove (44) was a farmer, with Eliza Newlove (40), Mary Anne Newlove (19), Martha Newlove (16), and Joseph Newlove (13) were present.[395] He and Ann Farnell appeared on the census of 1891 at Brampton, Peel Co., Ontario, Canada; where Joseph (74) and Ann (54) were present.[396]

      • v. Mary Newlove;[397],[397] born 8 Aug 1819 at Thornton By Pocklington, Co. Yorkshire, England;[398] died 21 Jun 1821 at age 1.[398]

      81. Mary5 CORNER (child of William, #162);[399],[400] born 15 Feb 1793 at Bainton, Co. Yorkshire, England;[401] married Love Newlove (see #80), son of John Newlove and Mary Ward, 9 Dec 1811 at Thornton By Pocklington, Co. Yorkshire, England;[357],[358] died 3 Mar 1821 at age 28.[402]



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        84. John5 ALLAN; born circa 1779 at Scotland;[403] married Mary (--?--) (see #85);[404] he may have died 14 Sep 1878 at Pilkington, Wellington Co., Ontario, Canada.[405]

        It has been recorded that John and Mary had six children in Co. Berwickshire: Margaret Allan (b. 1801), James Allan (1803-1887), John Cockburn Allan (1806-1887), David Allan (1813-1901), George Allan (1815-1890), and Robert Allan (1819-1883). Some of them came to Canada with John and Mary, including our ancestor John Allan (b.1806).[406] He and Mary (--?--) appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 15, Con. 6, Albion Twp., Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where John Allan (82) a fraymer, and Mary Allan (84) both born Scotland, lived with their son John Allan (56) a yeoman born in Scotland, Hannah Allan (31), Margaret Allan (20), Jane Allan (18), Adam Allan (14), Ann Allan (12), Hannah Allan (9), John Allan (7), Elizabeth Allan (6), James Allan (3), and Robert Allan (1, b. 1860), with labourer James Jones (19), and another John Allan (23), a fraymer, both born in Upper Canada. The family lived in a log house on 100 acres, producing wheat, barley, peas, oats, potatoes, turnips, and hay.[210]

        Children of John5 Allan and Mary (--?--) (see #85) were:

        85. Mary5 (--?--); born circa 1777 at Scotland;[407] married John Allan (see #84).[404]

        She was also known as Mary Winters.[408] It has been recorded that John and Mary had six children in Co. Berwickshire: Margaret Allan (b. 1801), James Allan (1803-1887), John Cockburn Allan (1806-1887), David Allan (1813-1901), George Allan (1815-1890), and Robert Allan (1819-1883). Some of them came to Canada with John and Mary, including our ancestor John Allan (b.1806).[406] She was also known as Mary Cockburn.[409] She and John Allan appeared on the census of 1861 at Lot 15, Con. 6, Albion Twp., Peel Co., Canada West (Ontario), British North America (Canada); where John Allan (82) a fraymer, and Mary Allan (84) both born Scotland, lived with their son John Allan (56) a yeoman born in Scotland, Hannah Allan (31), Margaret Allan (20), Jane Allan (18), Adam Allan (14), Ann Allan (12), Hannah Allan (9), John Allan (7), Elizabeth Allan (6), James Allan (3), and Robert Allan (1, b. 1860), with labourer James Jones (19), and another John Allan (23), a fraymer, both born in Upper Canada. The family lived in a log house on 100 acres, producing wheat, barley, peas, oats, potatoes, turnips, and hay.[210]


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