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88. James5 ASSELS (child of James, #176);[410],[411] born 17 Jan 1755;[412],[413],[141] christened 5 Feb 1755 at Whitechapel St Mary parish, Stepney, London, Co. Middlesex, England;[414],[415] married Sarah Flowers (see #89), daughter of Robert Flowers and Alice Pennington, circa 1795 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[416],[417] died 1 Oct 1823 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 68;[418],[243],[419] buried 3 Oct 1823 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), in the presence of sons John and James Assels, James Sherar, and William Flowers.[420]

He began military service circa 1772 with the 53rd Regiment of Foot.[421] James Astle embarked alone on the Brig "Polly" at Quebec City, 9 Jun 1784, bound for Chalure Bay.[422],[423],[424],[425],[426] He lived in 1785 at New Carlisle, Québec, British North America (Canada).[427] In 1787 James Astles signed a petition in New Carlisle.[428] On 3 Jan 1817, James Astles recorded the following in a petition for relief following the crop failure of that previous summer: "No. 49 Petition James Astles. The petitioner lives in New Carlisle aged 61 - has a wife and 10 Children living with him - sowed 5 bushels wheat last spring but had but 9 in return from the frosts. Had no Barley and some Oats he had sown did not ripen, and was obliged to make fodder of it for his cattle - Has a sufficiency of potatoes for passing the winter, but will be short he has Reason to believe of Potatoes for planting from having little more Grain than necessary for seed, say not more than 4 Bushels for making into flour. Was in His Majesty"s Land Service during the American Rebellion having served in all 12 years in the 20[th] and 53[rd] Regiments of Foot. Settled in the Bay of Chaleur in 1784 under the patronage of Govmt--Offers 8 Cords Firewood for a Barrel of Flour. Prays Relief accordingly."[429],[430]

Children of James5 Assels and Sarah Flowers (see #89) were as follows:

  • i. John4 Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1797 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[431],[143] married Flora Morrisson 19 Apr 1825 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John was a batchelor farmer, and he and Flora (19) were of New Carlisle, married by banns, witnessed by James Caldwell, and Richard Smith;[279],[432] died "aged 78" 27 Apr 1872 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[143],[433] buried 29 Apr 1872 at Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada.[434]

    John and Flora had 9 children, Hugh Joseph Assels b. 1828, Charles Robert Assels b. 13 Nov 1829, John Campbell Assels b.c. 1833, Ann Lane Assels b. 5 Sep 1835, Mary "Alice" Assels b. 8 May 1837, James Thomas Assels b. 3 Feb 1840, Flora Druscilla Assels b. 24 May 1842, Angelique "Angie" Assels b.3 Sep 1844, and William "Hector" Assels b.c. 1848, and many of their descendants are known.[282] He and Flora Morrisson appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John was a farmer, with family of 5, Church of England, and no land.[435] He and Flora Morrisson appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John Assels (64) was a farmer, with Flora Assels (55), Hugh Assels (32) a farmer, Alice Assels (23), James Assels (21) a mariner, Drucilla Assels (19), Hector Assels (13), Hugh Morrisson (13), Angelique Assels (17), and Edward Smith (4) present, living in a 1-story, frame house.[436] He and Flora Morrisson appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where John Assles (73) was a farmer, with Flora Assles (64), James Assles (31) , and Hugh Morrison (27), also farmers.[437]

  • ii. James Assels;[438],[438] born circa 1799 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[439],[143],[440] married Margaret Forsyth 1 Dec 1825 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by banns, witnessed by Farquhar McRea, and William Flowers, uncle to both groom and bride;[441],[279] died "aged 82" 18 Nov 1880 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[143],[442] buried 21 Nov 1880 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada.[443]

    James and Margaret had 10 children, James Weir Assels b. 8 Jul 1827, Thomas Campbell Assels b.c. 10 Jun 1829, Ann Assels b.c. 1831, Jesse Assels b. 17 Apr 1833, George Assels b.c. 1837, William Charles Assels b. 11 Dec 1837, John Edward Assels b. 11 Jun 1840, Alfred Assels b. 5 Sep 1842, Daniel Assels b. 22 Sep 1845, David Assels b.c. 1848, and many descendants are known.[282] He and Margaret Forsyth appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where James was a land owner, farmer, with a family of 5, Church of England, and having achieved his land ownership through adjudication.[435] He and Margaret Forsyth appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where James Assels (63) was a farmer, with Margaret Assels (58), Weir Assels (34), Ann Assels (30), George Assels (25), Jesse Assels (28) in New Brunswick, William Assels (22), John Assels (21), Alfred Assels (19), and Daniel Assels (16) present, living in a 1-story frame house.[444] He and Margaret Forsyth appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where James Assles (71) was a farmer, with Margaret Assles (66), Albert Assles (25), Ann Assles (30), and Daniel Assles (23) present.[445]

  • iii. Samuel Robert Assels;[134],[134] born 5 Jul 1803 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[446] baptized 30 May 1824 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by Richard Knagg, sponsored by James Gilker, and Sarah Assels (mother);[447] died accidentally, in a convulsive fit 8 Aug 1827 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), at age 24;[143],[448] buried 10 Aug 1827 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada), with James and John Assels present.[449]

  • iv. Alice Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1804 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[450] married James S Morrisson 1 Sep 1824 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by banns, witnessed by Robert Sherar, and James Chenholm, and Sarah Assels;[279],[451] died 6 Sep 1892 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[141],[452] buried 7 Sep 1892 at Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, in the presence of James Sherar, and Mrs. Edmund Kempffer.[452]

    One child is known of Alice and James, named James (b.1829) who married Mary Murphy in 1857, and many descendants are known.[453],[282],[454] She and James S Morrisson appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where James Morrisson (66) was a farmer, and Alice Morrisson (58) was present, together with Eliza (21) and Edward Marret (10) in a 1-story log home.[455] She and James S Morrisson witnessed the baptism of Edmund Kempffer (b. 14 Feb 1861), illegitimate son of Eliza Ann Marrett and Robert Kempffer on 13 Mar 1861 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[456] She and James S Morrisson appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where James Morrison (77) was a farmer, with Alice (65), and school boy, and nephew, Edmond Kempffer (10) present.[457] She and James S Morrisson appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where James (87) was a farmer, with Alice (77), Edmund Kempffer (19) a clerk, and Edward Marettt (28) a labourer, present.[458] She appeared on the census of 1891 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Alice Morrison (89) a widow, lived with nephew Edmund Kempffer (30) a clerk, and Martha Kempffer (26), Annie Kempffer (7), and Ethel Kempffer (4).[459]

  • v. Ann Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1811 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[460] married William Langler 2 Feb 1832 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by license;[279],[461] died "aged about 40 years" 25 Dec 1851 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[462] buried 27 Dec 1851 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), by George Milne.[462]

    Ann and William had a child: Sarah Jane Langler (b. 1 Feb 1832, bapt. 4 Feb 1832), and many of her descendants are known.[282],[463]

  • vi. Mary Jane Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1812 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[464] married Daniel Sawyer 13 Dec 1828 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[279] died 1865.[141]

    Mary Jane and Daniel had 11 children, James Thomas Sawer, b. 29 Mar 1829; Sarah Sawyer, b.28 Feb 1831; Alexander Sawyer, 2 May 1833 - 12 Apr 1837; Esther Sawyer, b. 2 May 1835 - 11 Apr 1837; John Campbell Sawyer, b. 25 Aug 1837; Alice Sawyer, b. 12 Jan 1840; Esther Ann Sawyer, b. 25 May 1842; Margaret Amelia Sawyer, b. 24 Sep 1844; Maria Sawyer, b. 20 Nov 1846; Mary Jane Sawyer, b. 20 Dec 1850; Naomi Sawyer, b. 12 Aug 1853; some of whose descendants are known.[465],[466] She and Daniel Sawyer appeared on the census of 1861 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Daniel Sawyer (63) was a farmer and blacksmith, with Mary J Sawyer (49), Alice Sawyer (22), Ann Sawyer (20), Margaret Ann Sawyer (17), Maria Sawyer (15), Mary Jane Sawyer (10), Naomi Sawyer (7), and Babe Sawyer (1) present.[467] She and Daniel Sawyer witnessed the baptism of Ann Eliza (b. 15 Oct 1860), illegitimate daughter of Esther Ann Sawyer and Allan Sinclair on 13 Sep 1861 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada).[468]

  • 44. vii. William Campbell Assels.

  • viii. Maria Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1815 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[469],[470] married Daniel Marrett 16 Apr 1834 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); by license, by Andrew Balfour, witnessed by Farquhar McRea, and William Langlar;[279],[471] died "about 41 years of age" 3 Aug 1856 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[472] buried 5 Aug 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 her husband Daniel Maretts, and brother John Assels.[472]

    Maria and Daniel had 7 children: Elizabeth Ann Marrett b. 19 Feb 1839, Sarah Marrett b. 18 Feb 1841, Daniel Albert Marett 18 Jun 1844, John Samuel Marett b. 28 Jan 1847, Edward Marett b. 21 Aug 1849, Hugh Marett b. 18 Mar 1853, John Marett b. 12 May 1856, and many of their descendants are known.[282],[473]

  • ix. Hugh Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1817 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[474] married Ellen Adams 13 Dec 1843 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); after publication of banns, by George Milne, witnessed by Martin Sheppard Esq., and James Assels, brother of groom;[279],[475] died 16 Sep 1891 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada;[143],[476] buried 18 Sep 1891 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada, by Frederick Byrne, in the presence of his son Hugh Assels and many others.[476]

    He and Ellen Adams appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Hugh Assels (44) was a farmer, with Ellen Assels (37), Farquhar Assels (17) a labourer, Sarah Jane Assels (15), James Thomas Assels (13), William Robert Assels (11), Ann Eliza Assels (9), Alfred Assels (6), Benjamin Assels (3), and Ellen Assels (1) present, living in a 1-story log home. Sarah McRea (?) was a widow, and had resided with the family, yet died in 1860 of dropsy at age "70."[477] He and Ellen Adams appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Hugh Assels (53) was a farmer, with Ellen Assels (50), James Thomas Assels (22), Wm. Robert Assels (20), and Alfred Assels (16) each farmers, Benjamin Assels (14), Hugh Assels (8), Ernest Assels (5), Ann Eliza Assels (16), Ellen Assels (11), and Ida Assels (2) present.[478] He and Ellen Adams appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Hugh Assels (63) was a farmer, with Ellen Assels (54), Ann E. Assels (24), Alfred Assels (22), Benjamin Assels (20) temporarily absent, Ellen Assels (18), Hugh Assels (16), Earnest Assels (15), and Ida Assels (14) present.[479] He appeared on the census of 1891 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Hugh Assels (74) was a widowed farmer, and Hugh Assels (28) worked in wood, Earnest Assels (25) a farmer, Ida Assels (23), and son Herbert Assels (10) were present.[480]

  • x. Andrew Assels;[134],[134] born circa 1820 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[143],[481] married Lucy Dobson 3 Jan 1844 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, after publication of banns, in the presence of the bride's uncle William Dobson, and the groom's brother John Assels;[279],[482] died before 1891.[141],[483]

    Andrew and Lucy had 10 children, and many descendants are known.[282] He and Lucy Dobson appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Andrew Assels (44) was a farmer, Lucy Assels (44), Sarah Assels (15), Charles Assels (14), and James Assels (12) were both labourers, Martha Assels (9), Mary Ann Assels (8), Anderson Assels (5), Maria Assels (2) were present, living in a 1-story frame house.[484] He and Lucy Dobson appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Andrew Assels (50) was a farmer, with Lucy Assels (50), Charles Assels (24), and James William Assels (21) both farmers, Sarah Assels (26), Mary Ann Assels (18), Anderson Assels (16) a farmer, Maria Assels (13), and Melvina Assels (8) present.[485] He and Lucy Dobson appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Andrew Assels (60) was a farmer, with Lucia Assels (58), Anderson Assels (24), and Daniel Assels (15), both farmers, present.[486]

89. Sarah5 FLOWERS (child of Robert, #178);[487],[488] born circa 1778;[413],[489] married James Assels (see #88), son of James Assels and Ann Banks, circa 1795 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[416],[417] married Farquhar McRea 1 Dec 1825 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[490],[491] died "aged 82 years" 27 May 1860 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada);[492],[243] buried 29 May 1860 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada), by George Milne.[493]

On 3 Jan 1817, James Astles recorded the following in a petition for relief following the crop failure of that previous summer: "No. 49 Petition James Astles. The petitioner lives in New Carlisle aged 61 - has a wife and 10 Children living with him - sowed 5 bushels wheat last spring but had but 9 in return from the frosts. Had no Barley and some Oats he had sown did not ripen, and was obliged to make fodder of it for his cattle - Has a sufficiency of potatoes for passing the winter, but will be short he has Reason to believe of Potatoes for planting from having little more Grain than necessary for seed, say not more than 4 Bushels for making into flour. Was in His Majesty"s Land Service during the American Rebellion having served in all 12 years in the 20[th] and 53[rd] Regiments of Foot. Settled in the Bay of Chaleur in 1784 under the patronage of Govmt--Offers 8 Cords Firewood for a Barrel of Flour. Prays Relief accordingly."[429],[430] She appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Sarah McRea was a widow, and had resided with son Hugh Assels's family, yet died in 1860 of dropsy at age "70."[494]



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    90. John5 IMHOFF (child of Johann, #180);[495],[496] born circa 1787;[413],[497] baptized 5 Apr 1873 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; in a profession of faith received by John Carter (Priest), aged 85, baptised conditionally, sponsored by John Bernard, and Marguerite "Hashy" (Hashe, his son John's mother-in-law);[498],[499] married Charlotte Becker-dit-Blondin (see #91), daughter of Louis Becker-dit-Blondin and Ann Helen McKenzie, 11 Jun 1818 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[500],[501]

    Likely he and Charlotte Becker-dit-Blondin appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John "Amoff" was a farmer, owned his land through adjudication, had a family of 8 people, and was of the Church of Scotland.[502] He and Charlotte Becker-dit-Blondin appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John Imhoff (74) was a farmer, and Charlotte (60) was present, both born Lower Canada, and Roman Catholic, living in a 1-story log home with Henry Farrington (31) an English-born tailor, Sarah Farrington (22), and Charlotte Farrington (1).[503] He and Charlotte Becker-dit-Blondin appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where John Imhoff (82) was a farmer, member of Church of England, while Charlotte (70) was Roman Catholic, and both born in Quebec.[504]

    Children of John5 Imhoff and Charlotte Becker-dit-Blondin (see #91) were as follows:

    • i. Anne4 Imhoff;[505],[505] born circa 1819 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[506] married Patrick McGinnis 11 Jun 1842 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by John O'Grady, where both lived in Percé, and Anne was daughter of "John Emuff & Charlotte Blondin."[507]

      She and Patrick McGinnis appeared on the census of 1861 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where Patrick McGuinness (38) was a sawyer, with Hannah McGuinness (42), Martha J McGuinness (9), Margaret McGuinness (8), Lewis McGuinness (18),, Oliver McGuinness (5), John McGuinness (3), and William McGuinness (8 mos) were present.

      [508] She and Patrick McGinnis appeared on the census of 1871 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Patrick McInnis (46) was a labourer, with Ann McInnis (51), Patrick McInnis (25) labourer, Margret McInnis (21), Ann McInnis (18), Oliver McInnis (15), and John McInnis (13) present, all RC.[509] She appeared on the census of 1881 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Anne (62) was widowed, and John (22) was present.[510]

    • ii. Lewis Imhoff;[511],[511] born 27 Apr 1820 at Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[512] baptized 20 Aug 1820 at St. Bonaventure Parish, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where father was "Jean Amoff", and mother "Charlotte Baker;"[512] married Rebecca McKay 24 Nov 1845 at Notre Dame de la Purificatin, Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Lewis is son of John Emoff and Charlotte Baker, and the bride's name was Rebecca Malage;[513],[514] died 28 Nov 1915 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 95;[515] buried 30 Nov 1915 at St. Etienne Parish, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, "aged 95 yrs, 6 mos", witnessed by Henry Imhoff, William Imhoff, and Fred Imhoff.[516]

      He and Rebecca McKay appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Lewis Imhoff (39) was a Roman Catholic farmer, Rebecca Imhoff (39), Rosalie Imhoff (14), John A Imhoff (12), Arch Imhoff (10), Flora Imhoff (8), Angelique Imhoff (4), and Henry Imhoff (2) were present, all born in Lower Canada, and living in a 1-story log house.[517] He and Rebecca McKay appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Quebec, Canada; where Lewis Imhoff (50) was a farmer, with Rebecca Imhoff (52), Rosalie Imhoff (23), John Alexan Imhoff (22), Flora Imhoff (18), Archibald Imhoff (20), Angelie Imhoff (15), and Henry Imhoff (11) present.[518] He and Rebecca McKay appeared on the census of 1881 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Louis Imoff (52) was a farmer, with Rebecca Imoff (60), Archie Imoff (26), Flora Imoff (24), and Henry Imoff (23) present.[519] He appeared on the census of 1891 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Lewis Imhoff (72) was a widowed farmer, living with daughter Flora Imhoff (30), son Henry Imhoff (33) and his family Jane (33), Mary E (6), Eva B (5), Lilly R (3), and Omelia (1).[520] He appeared on the census of 1901 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Louis Imhoff (81, b. 25 Apr 1820) was a retired farmer, living with daughter Jane Imhoff (43, b. 25 Dec 1857), and son Henry Imhoff's (39, 12 Oct 1861) family: Jane (43), Mary L (16), Eva B (15), Lilly B (12), Emelia M (11), and Frederick Q (8).[521] He appeared on the census of 1911 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where Louis Imhoff (91) lived with daughter Flora (52), and son Henry's (50) family.[522]

    • 45. iii. Mary Jane Imhoff.

    • iv. Margaret Imhoff;[523],[523] born Sep 1823 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[524] baptized 11 Sep 1825 at St. Bonaventure Parish, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); "aged two years, child of... John Emoph and Charlotte Blondin;"[525] married Oliver Henry 21 Aug 1851 at Notre Dame de la Purificatin, Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Oliver was son of Charles Henry, and Marguerritte Daigle, and Margaret was daughter of John Emof and Charlotte Baker, witnessed by Frederick Smollet.[526]

      She and Oliver Henry appeared on the census of 1861 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where Oliver Henry (38) was a labourer, with Margeret Henry (37), Peter Henry (8), Patrick Henry (3), Sarah Henry (7 mos), and Charlotte Henry (9), following the Church of Rome.[527] She and Oliver Henry appeared on the census of 1871 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Oliver Henry (48) was a Roman Catholic farmer, with Margret Henry (46), Charlotte Henry (18), Peter Henry (15), Patrick Henry (13), Sarah A Henry (11), Dovia Henry (9), Margret Henry (6), and Oliver Henry (1) present.[528] She and Oliver Henry appeared on the census of 1881 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Oliver Henry (60) was a farmer, with Margaret Henry (55), Peter Henry (25), Patrick Henry (22), Sarah Ann Henry (19), David Henry (16), and Margaret J. Henry (15) present, plus Margaret's widowed mother Charlotte Imhof (77).[529] She and Oliver Henry appeared on the census of 1891 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Oliver Henery (65) was a farmer, with Margaret Henery (65), Patrick Henery (33) a farmer, and his family Sophia Henery (26) a weaver, William Henery (4), Abraham O Henery (3), and Patrick Levi Henery (1), with Margaret's mother Charlotte Imhoff (89) present.[530] She and Oliver Henry appeared on the census of 1911 at South Letagouche, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Oliver Henery (93, b. Sep 1817) and Margaret Henery (87, b. Sep 1823) live with grandson David Henery (27) and his family.[531]

    • v. John Imhoff; born 6 Dec 1825 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[532] baptized 29 Jun 1826 at St. Bonaventure Parish, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where parents were "John Emoff" and "Charlotte Blondin;"[533] married Virginie Pitre 7 Oct 1861 at Ste-Famille (Holy Family), Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, British North America (Canada); where Virginie was daughter of Peter and Mary Pitre;[534] died "age 64" 19 Nov 1900 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada, at age 74.[535]

      He and Virginie Pitre appeared on the census of 1871 at Durham Parish, Restigouche Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where John Imhoff (38) was a farmer, with Virginia Imhoff (30), William T Imhoff (9), Marianne Imhoff (7), John Imhoff (5), and James Imhoff (2), the family is Roman Catholic.[536] He and Virginie Pitre appeared on the census of 1881 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where John Imhoff (46) was a farmer, born Quebec, with Virginia Imhoff (40) and the children all born in New Brunswick: William Imhoff (18), Mary Ann Imhoff (16), John G. Imhoff (14), James L. Imhoff (12), George A. Imhoff (10), Israel O. Imhoff (8), Joseph A. Imhoff (8), , Albert C. Imhoff (6), and Arthur A. Imhoff (3).[537] He and Virginie Pitre appeared on the census of 1891 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where John Imhoff (50) was a farmer, and Virginia Imhoff (48) was a weaver, with Mary Anne Imhoff (26), James Imhoff (20) a famr labourer, Archibald Imhoff (17), Cornelius Imhoff (14), Alphonso Imhoff (12), Sarah Imhoff (9), and Isreal Imhoff (17) present.[538]

    • vi. Angelique Imhoff;[539],[539] born 17 Apr 1828 at Port Daniel, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[540] baptized 23 Jun 1828 at Notre Dame de la Purificatin, Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where father was John Imhoff, cultivateur au Port Daniel, and mother Charlotte Blondin;[541] married William Garrett 27 Dec 1848 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); after publication of banns, by George Milne, witnessed by Johnson Garret (groom's brother), John Garrett (groom's cousin), where Angelique was daughter of "John Imhoff of New Carlise Farmer & Charlotte Baker his wife."[542]

      She and William Garrett appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William Garrett (38) was a farmer and fisherman, with Angelie Garrett (36), John Garrett (10) a labourer, Susan Garrett (9), Sarah Garrett (5), Johnston Garrett (3), Anabella Garrett (1), and Margery Garrett (67) was a widow.[543]

    • vii. William Imhoff;[544],[544] born 29 Sep 1831 at Port Daniel, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[545] baptized 22 Jul 1832 at Notre Dame de la Purificatin, Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where William was son of "John Emof... Charlotte Blondin", sponsored by James Enrikt, and Catherine Brimy.[546]

      Was this William Imhoff the same person who enlisted in the US Army 28 May 1861, Company D, 2nd Infantry Regiment for Maine? That soldier was soon discharged, and later died 21 Jan 1918 at National Soldiers Home and buried in Kennebec Co.[547] It may be he who appeared on the census of 1900 at Littleton, Aroostook Co., Maine, United States of America; where William Imhoff (66, b. May 1833, Canada) was single, a farmer, having arrived in the US in 1856.[548] He may have appeared on the census of 1910 at Littleton, Aroostook Co., Maine, United States of America; where William Imhoff (76, b. 1834, Canada) was single.[549]

    • viii. Sarah Imhoff;[550],[550] born 13 Nov 1838 at Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[551],[552] baptized 6 Dec 1838 at Notre Dame de la Purificatin, Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Sarah was daughter of "John Emoff and "Charlotte Blondin;"[553] married Henry Farrington 10 May 1858 at St. Andrew's Anglican Church, New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); by George Milne, witnessed by William Garret (bride's brother-in-law), and William M. Sheppard (bride's cousin);[554] died Dec 1867 at Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, at age 29;[555] buried 12 Dec 1867 at Notre Dame de la Purificatin, Paspébiac, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, "aged 27", in the presence of Henry Farrington, John McEntyre, and John Emoff.[556]

      Sarah and Henry appear to have had only four children before Sarah's death in 1867: Charlotte Ann Farrington b: 28 Jul 1861 - 1951 , Susanna Helene Farrington 2 Oct 1862 - Sep 1865, Marguerite Mary Farrington b: 19 Aug 1866 - Nov 1870, Henry Lewis Farrington c.1864-11 Sep 1865, and only the first was known to have descendants.[557],[558] She and Henry Farrington appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where Henry Farrington (31) an English-born tailor, Sarah Farrington (22), and Charlotte Farrington (1) lived with Sarah's parents John Imhoff (74) a farmer, and Charlotte (60) living in a 1-story log home.[503]

    91. Charlotte5 BECKER-DIT-BLONDIN (child of Louis, #182);[559],[560] born 28 May 1801 at Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[561] baptized Sep 1801 at St-Michel, Percé, Gaspé Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada);[562] married John Imhoff (see #90), son of Johann Ludwig Georg Imhoff and Mary (--?--), 11 Jun 1818 at New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada).[500],[501]

    As of from 1825 to 1842, she was known as Charlotte Blondin.[563] Likely she and John Imhoff appeared on the census of 1831 at Bonaventure Co., Lower Canada (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John "Amoff" was a farmer, owned his land through adjudication, had a family of 8 people, and was of the Church of Scotland.[502] As of from 1843 to 1858, she was known as Charlotte Baker.[564] She and John Imhoff appeared on the census of 1861 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Canada East (Québec), British North America (Canada); where John Imhoff (74) was a farmer, and Charlotte (60) was present, both born Lower Canada, and Roman Catholic, living in a 1-story log home with Henry Farrington (31) an English-born tailor, Sarah Farrington (22), and Charlotte Farrington (1).[503] She and John Imhoff appeared on the census of 1871 at Cox Township (New Carlisle), Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada; where John Imhoff (82) was a farmer, member of Church of England, while Charlotte (70) was Roman Catholic, and both born in Quebec.[504] She may have appeared on the census of 1881 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where a widowed Charlotte Imhoff (77), born Quebec, lived with son-in-law Oliver Henry (60), and daughter Margaret Henry (55) and their children.[565] She appeared on the census of 1891 at Bathurst, Gloucester Co., New Brunswick, Canada; where Charlotte Imhoff (89) lived with Oliver Henery (65) and Margaret Henery (65), and some of their children and grandchildren.[530]


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