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GABIE, Robert Lowrie was born on July 12, 1835 in Fitzroy, Ontario and died on May 18, 1869, he was received on trial in 1863 at Carleton Place, 1864 Moulinette, 1865-1866 Fitzroy Harbor, 1867 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1867 Brampton, 1869 Victoria College Cobourg

GADDIS, James New Connexion, was received on trial in 1852-1853 at Marlborough, 1854-1856 Owen Sound, 1857-1858 Durham, 1859-1860 Ayton, 1861 Morris, 1862 Ainleyville, 1863-1864 Kincardine, 1865-1873 Bervie

GAETZ, Leonard 1870 Pictou N.S.

GAETZ, Joseph 1870 Lunenburg N.S.

GAETZ, Thomas 1853 Charlottetown PEI

GAETZ, W.F. D.D. 1914 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

Rev. William Galbraith GALBRAITH, William M.A. LL.B. Ph.D was born on July 13, 1842 in North Monaghan Ontario and was received on trial in 1861 at Victoria Road, and ordained in 1865. He was twice married. His first wife was Hattie Howell, of Jerseyville; his second wife was Kate, daughter of John Breden, of Kingston, Ontario. 1862 Lindsay, 1863 Bowmanville, 1864 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1865 Shefford/Lawrenceville, 1866 St. Mary's, 1867 Dorchester Station, 1867 Turnberry, 1868 Cavan, 1868-1869 McGillvray (Bruce Co.), 1869 Streetsville, 1871 Hamilton, 1874 Derby, 1889-1892 Toronto


GALLOWAY, H. 1877 Flesherton (Grey Co.)

GALLOWAY, Joseph was born in 1848 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Blenheim, 1871 Raleigh (Kent Co.), 1876 Markdale (Grey Co.)

GANT, Edward was born in 1801 in the United States, Episcopal, 1871 Toronto

GARBUTT, R.J. 1890 Dorchester (Elgin/Middlesex Co.)

GARBUTT, Thomas E. was born in 1836 and was the son of John and Mary, and died in 1869 and was buried in the Springhill Cemetery Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.). He was received on trial in 1861 at St. Mary's. 1862 Clinton, 1863 Bayfield, 1864-1865 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1966-1867 Yonge Street North, 1868 Markham (York Co.),

Gardiner, F.J. married Gladys Cale 1924 Saskatoon, SK residence Cut Knife SK

GARDINER, James Episcopal, 1851 Galt Presiding Elder Waterloo District, 1880 Vienna/London, 1882 president London District,

GARDINER, James was born in 1818 in Ireland, 1840 Frankford (Hastings Co.), 1871 Hamilton

GARDINER, F.J. married Gladys L. Cale of New Westminster BC 1924 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1924 Cut Knife Saskatchewan

GARLICK, Heman died in 1857. He was received on trial in 1810 Methodist Episcopal, 1810 Dunham, 1811 returned to the USA.

GARNER, John was born in 1824 in England, Primitive, 1871 Albion (Cardwell), 1873 Brampton

GARNETT, J. Primitive, 1851 Darlington,

GARNHAM, W.H. 1882 Binbrook,

GARRETT, John C. was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Chandos, 1876 Lansdowne,

GARRETT, Richard was born in 1813 in England and was received on trial in 1837, 1835 Wesleyville, 1836 St. Armand, 1837 Standstead/Barnston, 1838 Sherbrooke/Hatley, 1841 Brockville,

GARRETT, William was born in 1822 in Ontario Co., 1877-1880 Uttoxeter Plympton Twp. (Lambton Co.) 1880 listed as a farmer

GARRY, Robert New Connexion, was received on trial in 1835-1837 at Lansdown, 1838-1857 Drummond, 1858-1869 Smith's Falls, 1869-1874 Brockville,

GARVIN, John died 1915 CG Obituary - Sarah Garvin Bleeks born 1848 Goulburn ON died Mar 4 1925 Ottawa ON buried Munster Cemetery predeceased by brother Rev. John Garvin 10 years prior survived by husband William Bleeks of Ottawa ON, son Fletcher and Miss Eva on the old home (Munster ON), Mrs E.W. Garland of Munster ON, Miss Lew A. and Miss Corman of Ottawa ON

GATCHELL, Joseph was received on trial in 1810 Methodist Episcopal, 1810 Niagara, 1811 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1812 Ordained Yonge St/Scarborough, 1813-1824 located, 1825-1826 Ancaster/Binbrook, 1827 Lyon's Creek, 1828 Niagara, 1829-1830 Long Point, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference,

GATES, G.O. 1906 St. John Maritime Conference

GAYNOR, 1911 Glen Allan Peel (Wellington Co.)

GEAR, Joshua New Connexion, 1843 Dunham

GEDDES, J.G. 1850 Toronto CG - 1850 Marriages - On August 10th. Stephen Maule Jarvis of Toronto, to Mary Stinson by Rev J.G. Geddes

Rev. A.L. GeeGEE, Abram Leonard Ph.B.,the youngest son of Captain John Gee, of U.E. Loyalist descent. He was born in Gainsboro Twp., Lincoln Cty. March 31, 1854 and was married to Martha A., only daughter of M. Parker, Esq. of Basingstoke Ont. on March 12, 1878 Methodist Episcopal, on trial 1874 Niagara Conference, 1875 Binbrook, 1875 Brant, 1875 Saltfleet, 1876 Beverly, 1876 St. Davids, 1877-1880 Welland, 1880-1883 Brantford, 1883-1886 Smithville, 1886-1889 Jerseyville

GEE, Daniel E.F. was born in 1840 in Canada and was received on trial as a Methodist Episcopal minister in 1864 at Markham, 1865 Brock, 1886 Prince Albert. 1867 Newcastle, 1867-1869 Stouffville, 1871 Markham (York Co.) 1878 offical opening of church in Whitchurch

GEE, Thomas 1872-1875 Wardsville/Newbury, 1880-1882 Florence/Thames

Rev. GemleyGEMLEY, John was born in 1817 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1841-1842 at Mississippi, 1843 St. Andrew's Ottawa, 1844 Prescott, 1845-1846 Port Hope, 1847-1849 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1850-1851 Dundas, 1851-1852 East Flamboro (Gore), 1852-1853 Peterborough, 1854-1856 Toronto East, 1857-1859 Montreal Centre, 1860-1862 Quebec Chairman Quebec District, 1863-1865 Kingston Chairman Kingston District, 1866-1867 Brantford Chairman Brantford District, 1868 Toronto East, 1869-1870 Brantford, 1871 St. Andrew's Toronto, Methodist Chapel - Letter re. tea meeting here. Present were Lachlan Taylor, Rev. Bevitt, Rev. Gemley, and Rev. Carroll. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette May 31, 1845 p. 2, col. 5

GEORGE, J.H. Episcopal, 1872 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

GEORGE, Thomas T. died in March 1924 in Parkhill Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Thomas T. George died Feb 8 1924 Parkhill Ontario

GERMAN, George G. was received on trial in 1856 at Glanford, 1856 Binbrook, 1856 retired ill health,

Rev. J.F. GermanGERMAN, John Ferguson M.A. was born in 1842 in Ontario and died 1919 He was the son of Rev. Peter German and his wife Martha Neff. He was received on trial in 1862 at Cobourg, 1864 Napanee, 1865 Waterloo/Kingston, 1866 St. George, 1867 Paris, 1868 Galt, 1868 Walsingham, 1868-1869 Paris (Brant Co.), 1871 Woodhouse (Norfolk Co.), He served the church for 55 years in Ontario, with four years in Winnipeg. He was President of Toronto Conference in 1886


GERMAN, John Wesley was born in 1827 and died in 1910 He was received on trial in 1851 at Napanee and was ordained in 1854 at Farmersville, Wesleyan Methodist, 1850 Bath, 1851 Napanee, 1852-1853 Brighton, 1854-1856 Farmersville (Kingston), 1857-1858 Wilton, 1859-1861 Sidney, 1862 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1863-1865 Bath/Ernestown & Amherst Island, 1864 Fredericksburg & Adolphustown, 1866-1868 Elora/Maryborough/Peel/Nichol (Wellington Co.), 1869-1871 Port Dover, 1869 Amherst Island (Frontenac), 1872-1873 Senecca, 1874-1876 Mt. Pleasant, 1877-1879 Ridgetown, 1880 Petrolia, 1889 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), Financial Secretary 1880 He served 41 years in the Bay of Quinte and Hamilton Conferences. His first assignment in 1850, was junior preacher on the Bath Circuit, which included the old Hay Bay Church

GERMAN, Orrin was born in 1845 in Ontario and died in 1905 in Battle River, Saskatchewan and he spent most of his ministry in the west. 1871 Herschel (Hastings Co.) He became fluent in Cree, translating a Methodist Hymn Book into that language which was published in 1885

GERMAN, Peter was born in 1817 in Ontario (at the "Fifty") and died in 1905 He was received on trial in 1853, converted at a camp-meeting in 1833, received license to exhort in 1835 and became a local preacher in 1839, was received on trial in 1854 at the Belleville Conference, He served the Methodist Church for 23 years, mostly in western Ontario. 1850 St. George, 1854-1856 Norwich, "I had no colleague in 1854, at Norwich. A young man by the name of Stone was appointed, but never came. I worked the circuit with the aid of the local preachers." 1857-1858 Cornwall, 1859 Moulinette, 1860-1864 Grand River, 1865 Harley/Fairfield, 1866 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1867-1869 Muncey and Oneida, 1871 Caradoc (Middlesex Co.)

GIBSON, John Episcopal, 1846 London, 1848 Binbrook, 1851 Rainham,

GIBSON, John was born on Apr 15 1848 in Lincolnshire England and died on Dec 19 1923 Toronto Ontario and was buried Dec 22 Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. John Gibson born Apr 15 1848 Lincolnshire England died Dec 19 1923 Toronto Ontario, 76 years old, due to blood poisoning in thumb buried Dec 22 Prospect Cemetery, Toronto Ontario two sons came to Canada 1902 and John, wife and daughter followed soon after. If he had lived 1 more week would have celebrated 50 years of marriage. He was survived by widow, 2 sons, 1 daughter and several grandchildren

GIFFORD, G. Clifton, son of Rev. Gorham Gifford and Hannah, 1911 London Junction, 1912 St. Thomas

GIFFORD, Gorman A. M.A. PhD., was born in 1849 in Clark Twp. Durham Co., He was the son of Jerome Gifford and Amanda Powers, He died on Oct 26, 1911 in Stratford, and was married on Oct 9, 1888 to Hannah Lewdema (Dema) Mills who was born in 1858 in Stratford, Perth Co. She was the daughter of John Wesley Mills and Elizabeth Hesson of Stratford. Entered Methodist Church ministry in 1869, 1888-1890 Acton/Erin (Halton Co.),

GIFFORD, William A. B.D., son of Rev. Gorham Gifford and Hannah, 1911, Professor in Columbia College, New Westminster B.C.

GIFFORD, W.E. Episcopal, 1880 Mt. Elgin

GILBERT Charles W.M. was born in 1813 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1839, 1838 Dumfries, 1839 St. Thomas, 1840 Simcoe, 1841 Grimsby, 1842 Newmarket, 1843 Toronto Circuit, 1844 Albion, 1845 Adjala (Simcoe Co.), 1846 Humber, 1847-1848 Lindsay, 1849-1850 Dumfries, 1850 Blenheim (Oxford Co.), 1851 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.), 1851 Galt, 1851-1852 Ingersoll, 1853 Blanchard Tp. (Huron Co.), 1854 Nissouri (Oxford Co.), 1853-1854 St. Mary's (Perth Co.), 1855-1856 Mono, 1857 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1857-1858 Delhi, 1858-1869 Lynedock (retired), 1871 Middleton (Norfolk Co.)

GILBERT, John was born in 1815 in England, Primitive, 1871 Nottawasaga (Simcoe Co.)

GILMORE, Henry Episcopal, 1838 Binbrook, 1846 Malahide/London, 1851 St. Clair,

GILPIN, John P. died in 1905 in Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Co.), 1852 Maryborough (Wellington Co.), 1873 Bolton (Peel Co.)(Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. Gilpin was born Louisa Bell on Jan 25 1848 in Pickering Twp Ontario. She married on Jun 23 1869 John R. Gilpin (d. Dec 1905 Aberfoyle ON) amd she died on Jan 17 1924 in London Ontario and was buried in the family plot at Harriston Ontario. She was predeceased by husband in 1905 and 1 son Rev. Victor J. Gilpin in 1908 survived by W.G.H. of Dunnville ON, H.T. of Elwell Michigan, John S. of London ON, Mrs Albert Wilkin of Harriston ON, Mrs C. Blair of Preston ON, and Miss Nettie of London ON

GILPIN, John W. was born in 1838 in Ireland, Primitive Methodist, 1869-1870 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1871 Bosaquet Tp. (Lampton Co.),1911-1914 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.)

GILPIN, Victor J. died in 1908 in Harriston, Ontario Christian Guardian - Deaths - Late Mrs. Gilpin born Louisa Bell, on January 25, 1848 in Pickering Twp ON married on June 23, 1869 John R. Gilpin who died December 1905 at Aberfoyle ON Puslinch Twp. (Wellington Cty) died on January 17, 1924 at London ON buried in family plot at Harriston ON predeceased by husband in 1905 and 1 son Rev Victor J. in 1908 survived by W.G.H. of Dunnville ON, H.T. of Elwell Michigan, John S. of London ON, Mrs Albert Wilkin of Harriston ON, Mrs C. Blair of Preston ON, and Miss Nettie of London ON

GILRAY, James 1862 Nissouri (Middlesex Co.), 1863 Ingersoll (Oxford Co.)

GLADWIN, Jonathan was born in 1803 and died on October 2, 1837. He was received on trial in 1834 at Isle of Tanti, 1836 Amherstburg, 1837 Isle of Tanti, Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada Comments made by William Lyon Mackenzie re its formation. Reference to ministers Slight, Scott, Steer, Douse, Rea, Gladwin who have come upon the request of Egerton Ryerson. Mackenzie describes them as "Tories" British Whig (Kingston) June 29, 1834 p. 3, col. 4

GLASS, John New Connexion, 1847 Trafalgar, 1848 Nassagaweya,

GLASS, William New Connexion, was received on trial in 1845 at Mono, 1846 Humber, 1847 Markham, 1848 dropped, 1858 Caledon, 1859 Milford, 1860 Oxford

GLASSFORD, Edward was received on trial in 1857, 1856 Gatineau, 1857 Osgoode, 1858 dropped

GLASSFORD, Paul 1811 Matilda

GLAZIER, Adam was received on trial in 1871, New Connexion, 1870 North Arthur Methodist (Wellington Co.), 1871 Artemesia/Osprey, 1872 Laxton, 1873 Ainleyville, 1874 Meaford, 1874 joine Toronto Conference Wesleyan Methodist, 1875-1876 Hepworth, 1877-1879 Cape Crocker, 1880 Hall's Bridge/Chandos

GLEDHILL, William, Primitive, 1848-1850 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1851 Brampton,

GLOVER, J. E. 1907 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

GLOVER, T. 1872 Belmont (Peterborough)

Rev. Robert GodfreyGODFREY, Robert was born in 1834 in Ireland, member of Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry in 1860, and was received on trial in 1861 at Elma. Wesleyan Methodist, 1860 Wellesley, 1862 Brock, ordained in 1863-1864 at Frontenac, 1865 Hastings Road, 1867-1868 Bannockburn, 1868-1871 Campbellford/Hastings, 1872-1874 Bobcaygeon, 1875-1876 Omemee, 1877-1880 Durham Bentinck Twp. (Grey Co.), 1881 Allenford, 1906 Parkdale Toronto. Charles Agar came in 1875 to Maryborough Tp. (Wellington Co.) where he rented 100 acres, the east half of lot 3, con. 10, from the Rev. Robert Godfrey of Toronto.


GOING, A.H. 1915 Cambridge St. Lindsay,

GOLD, Isaac was born in 1836 in the United States and was received on trial in 1859 at Centreville/Tamworth, 1860 Milford, 1861 Bradford, 1862 Cookstown, 1863 L'Orignal, 1864-1865 Aytwin, 1866-1867 Paisley, 1868-1869 Invermay, 1869 Arran (Bruce Co.), 1870-1872 Vespra (Simcoe Co.), 1874 Stayner (Simcoe Co.)

GOLDSMITH, Thomas was born on February 27, 1823 in Hollowell, Prince Edward Co., the son of David Goldsmith and died April 14, 1902 in Toronto. New Connexion Methodist began preaching in 1843 and became known as the "boy preacher". In 1851 he was at Main Street in Hamilton. He later accepted the creed of the Presbyterian Church. In 1865 he was offered a position as agent for the Upper Canada Bible Society, and remained there for five years. He retired in 1889 and lived out the rest of his life in Toronto. He was received on trial in 1843 at Cobourg/Hillier, 1844 Goulbourn, 1845 Drummond, 1846 Toronto, 1847 Whitchurch, 1848 Toronto, 1849-1852 Hamilton, 1853-1854 Toronto, 1855-1858 Waterford, 1858-1860 Aurora, 1861-1862 Toronto, 1863-1864 Milton, 1865-1870 agent Upper Canada Bible Society, 1870 withdrew, Chairman of District 1851-1862, Secretary of Conference 1848 and 1859, President of Conference 1854, 1857 and 1860, United with the Canada Presbyterian Church , and in 1880 was in charge of a congregation in Hamilton

GOODERHAM, James was received on trial in 1848 at the Belleville Conference. 1848 Oshawa, 1849 Markham, 1850 retired ill health

GOODFELLOW, John was born in 1818 and died on July 22, 1861. He was received on tiral in 1843 at Albion, Wesleyan Methodist, 1844 Markham, 1845 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1846 York. In 1847 he was ordained at Toronto Conference, 1847 London, 1848 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1848-1849 Mono, 1850-1851 Newmarket, 1852-1853 Amherstburg, 1854-1855 Nanticoke, 1855 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1855 Walpole (Talbot), 1856-1857 Norwood, 1858-1861 Omemee (retired)

GOODFELLOW, T. 1848 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1855 Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1857 Pilkington (Wellington Co.),

GOODISON, John 1870 Grand Bank Nfld, 1882-1885 Grand Banks Nfld

GOODMAN, John Primitive 1866 Toronto Circuit living at 41 Robinson

GOODRICH, Charles B. Wesleyan Methodist, was received on trial in 1836 at Thames, 1834-1836 Florence, 1837 St. Thomas, 1838 Walpole, 1839 Warwick/Adelaide, 1840 ordained at Goderich, 1841 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1841 Adelaide (London) withdrew

GOODSON, George was born in 1811 in Ireland and died on May 11, 1874. He was received in 1836 at Matilda, Wesleyan Methodist, 1836-1837 Matilda, 1838 Richmond, 1839 Hull, ordained in 1840-1841 at Crosby, 1842-1843 Mississippi, 1843 Ramsay (Bathurst), 1844 Perth/Lanark, 1844 Claredon, 1844 Yonge (Johnstown), 1846 Bathurst Twp., 1847 Richmond (Midland), 1846-1847 Napanee/Ernestown/Camden East, 1846-1847 Richmond, 1848 Hamilton, 1848 Peterborough/Cavan (Newcastle), 1848-1849 Fredericksburg (Midland), 1849 Smith (Colbourne), 1849 Emily (Peterborough Co.), 1849-1850 Port Hope, 1851-1852 Norfolk Street - Guelph, 1853-1854 St. Catharines/Thorold, 1855 Dundas, 1856-1858 Mt. Pleasant, 1859-1861 Milton, 1862-1864 Owen Sound (Grey Co.) Chairman Owen Sound District, 1865-1867 Chatham Chairman Chatham District, 1868-1871 Chairman - Strathroy, (Middlesex Co.), 1872-1873 St. Clair,

GOODSPEED, Joseph B. was born in 1827 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1866 at Southampton, 1867 Middleton, 1868-1869 Oxford, 1870-1872 Bayham (Elgin Co.), 1873-1874 Simcoe

GOODWIN, James was born on March 21, 1829 in Manchester, England and was received on trial in 1856 at Dundas, Wesleyan Methodist, 1857-1858 Thorold, 1859 Yonge Street South, ordained in 1860-1862 at Brampton, 1863-1865 Mono, 1866-1868 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1869-1871 Bondhead, 1871 W. Gwillimbury Tp. (Simcoe Co.), 1872-1874 Welland, 1875-1876 Kirkton, 1877-1878 Wardsville, 1879-1880 Leamington, 1881-1883 Carlisle, 1884-1887 Waterford (Brant Co.), 1888 Port Dover

GOODWIN, Thomas was received on trial in 1818 at St. Lawrence, 1819 1820 Oswegatchie District, 1821 returned to the USA

GOODWIN, Timothy was born in 1792 and died on March 30, 1854. He was received on trial in 1815 Methodist Episcopal, 1815-1816 Chazy N.Y., 1817 Ordained in Georgia, 1818-1819 St. Lawrence, 1820 Oswegotchie District, 1820 Augusta, 1821 returned to USA

GORDON, George 1858 Townsend

GORDON, John Alex was received on trial in 1858 at Osgoode, 1859 Kemptville, 1860 Maitland, 1861 student at Victoria College Cobourg, 1862-1863 Hamilton, 1864-1865 Montreal West, 1866-1867 Hemmingford, 1910-1913 Florence

GORDON, James A. was received on trial in 1858, 1869 Montreal East,

GORMLEY, J. 1851 E. Flamboro

GOTCHELL, Joseph 1835 dismissed under very dishonourable circumstances at Conference in Hamilton,

GOWAN, Nassau C. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1845 at Prince Edward, 1846 Crosby/Elizabethtown, 1847-1848 Newcastle, 1849-1850 Goulbourn/Drummond, 1851 Lansdown, 1852-1853 St. Thomas, 1854-1856 Brock, 1857-1858 Cayuga, Secretary of Conference 1851

GRAHAM, James was born in 1831 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1859 at Newcastle, 1860Markham, 1861-1862 Bowmanville, 1863-1865 Yonge Street South, 1865 Clareneville, 1866 Davenport/Seaton, 1867 Baltimore/Grafton, 1867-1869 Canton, 1871 Clinton (Huron Co.), 1889 President London Conference

GRAHAM, Humphrey G. born June 25, 1865 Ontario 1901 Maryborough (Wellington Co.) married Charlotte Ida

GRAHAM, J.W. D.D. spoke at Norfolk Street United Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) April 4 1926

GRAHAM, Robert was received on trial in 1850 and was ordained in 1854, 1853-1855 Eaton, 1856-1857 Collingwood, 1858 Oakville, 1859 Brock, 18601861 Grenville, 1862 Innisfil, 1863-1864 Oxford (retired), 1865-1867 Waterdown,

GRAHAM, Thomas Methodist Episcopal, 1880 London

GRAHAM, William was received on trial in 1846, 1846-1847 Barrie, 1848 dropped

GRAHAM, William was born in 1815 in Ireland, Methodist Episcopal, 1840 Markham (York Co.), 1842-1843 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1845 Woolwich/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1846 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1859 Eramosa (Wellington Co.), 1862 Brownsville (Oxford Co.), 1871 St. Mary's (Perth Co.)

GRAHAM, William was born in 1832 in Ireland, Methodist Episcopal, 1851 Percy, 1871 Horton (Renfrew)

GRAHAM, W.H. B.A. 1892 witness at the wedding of John Paisley and Sarah Charlotte Vanatter at Ballinafad in Erin Twp. 1920 Stratford (Central Methodist Church), Ex-President of London Conference, spoke at Norfolk St. Methodist October 1920

GRAHAM, William Wilson New Connexion, was received on trial in 1871 and was ordained in 1872 at Hillier, 1873-1874 St. Catharines,

GRANDY, Thomas was born on November 15, 1851 at Lifford (Durham Cty) and married in 1877 Miss Joanna Cane, eldest daughter of the late William Cane of William Cane, Sons & CompanyHe died on January 22, 1923 at family residence on Huron St. in Newmarket, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1872 at London North, 1873 Aurora, 1874 Omemee, 1887-1890 Belwood Garafraxa (Wellington Co.) (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Thomas Grandy died on Jan 22 1923 in Newmarket Ontario, 72 years old. He is survived by his widow, one daughter Florence living with her mother, and 4 sons: Garnet of Winnipeg MB, Clarence of Fort William, Ambrose of Georgetown and Ernest of Toronto ON, 2 brothers: William of Manvers and Robert of Port Hope, and 2 sisters: Mrs Jesse Cairns of Lifford and Mrs Annie Lee of Mount Horeb ON. One son, Capt. Fred Grandy was killed in action in recent war (WWI)

GRANDY, William New Connexion, was received on trial in 1864 at St. Mary's, 1865 Waterford, 1866-1867 Barton, 1868 Galt,

GRASSETT, J. 1850 Toronto CG 1850 Marriages -On September 16th at Summer Hill, George Dyett of Bytown and Caroline daughter of the late Charles Mcintosh, of Toronto by Rev J. Grassett

GRAY, D. Roy was born on Oct 1 1853 in Markham Ontario and married on Aug 12 1879 Annie Gray daughter of Dr. H. Gray who died on Mar 12 1924 in Toronto Ontario. (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs. Annie Gray - an appreciation ... She moved to Mooretown Ontario as a child then to Princetown Ontario. After she was married he moved to Vankleek Ontario then to Toronto Ontario in 1893. She was survived by her husband, 3 sons: G.H. Gray, LL.B, of Weston, Rev. D. Roy Gray of Mount Dennis, J.J. Gray LL.B, of Toronto Ontario, and 3 daughters: Mabel J., Mrs. Vera M. Drummond, and Irene A.L.(all teachers), 1912 Toronto Mount Dennis

GRAY, James was received on trial in 1847, 1846 Woodstock, 1847 Simcoe, 1848 Goderick, 1849-1850 Sarnia, 1851-1852 Perth, 1853-1854 Prescott, 1857 E. Flamborough, 1855-1857 Matilda (Dundas Co.), 1858 Carlisle E. (Gore), 1858-1860 Waterdown, 1860 E. Flamborough, 1861-1863 Oakville (Halton Co.), 1864-1866 Smith Falls (Lanark Co.) Chairman of Pert District, 1864-1865 Ernestown, 1867 Newburg Chairman of Kingston District, 1868 Camden East, 1866-1869 Newburg (Addington Co.), 1877 Zion Maryborough (Wellington Co.)

GRAY, T. 1856 Arthur/Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.)

GREATRIX, Benjamin Gardiner 1885-1888 Baileyboro, 1909 President of Bay of Quinte Conference

GREEN, Alexander T. was born in 1821 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1845 at Grand River, 1846 St. Thomas, 1847 Brantford, 1848-1849 Dundas/E. Flamboro, 1850-1851 Smithville/Grimsby, 1852-1853 W. Nissouri/London Circuit, 1854-1855 Drummondville, 1856 Waterdown, 1858 Burford, 185-1859 Oakville/Trafalgar (Halton Co.), 1859-1860 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1860 Port Hope, 1861-1862 Canton, 1863-1871 Port Hope (retired)

GREEN, Anson D.D. was received in 1825 Methodist Episcopal and in 1827 he was ordained, 1824 Smith's Creek, 1825 Hallowell, 1826-1827 Ancaster/Binbrook, 1828-1829 Fort George, 1830-1831 Brockville, 1832 Augusta District, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1834-1835 Chairman Augusta District, 1837 Adolphustown, 1843 Binbrook, 1844 Ancaster, 1844 Toronto, 1849 Conference Book Steward, 1850 Glanford (Wentworth Co.), 1852 at the Conference Ofice, No. 9, Wellington Building, King St., Toronto, 1854-1855 Toronto East - representative to the English Conference, 1864-1869 Toronto East (retired), buried in Doan's Ridge Cemetery (Section D), Crowland, (Welland Co.), To give an address on temperance on Dec. 24, 1839 at 7: 00 p. m. in the Methodist Chapel. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Dec. 24, 1839 p. 3, col. 2; Appointed presiding Elder for the Augusta District of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette June 21, 1834 p. 2, col. 6; 1831 Brockville - Rev. Anson Green and Rev. William Williams, are Methodist Ministers in Brockville. Kingston Chronicle Apr. 2, 1831 p. 2, col. 1, 2; 1842 Prince Edward Cty. Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada - Message to Sir Charles Bagot referring to assistance given to the education of ministers by the legislature in the past. Anson Green, President, and Thomas Brevitt, who signed the message represent the Wesleyan Methodists in Prince Edward County. They state that the religious census act did not list the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada with the result that some of the members and others under another name. They urge Bagot to disregard the census as it applies to Methodists" Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Aug. 27, 1842 p. 3, col. 1

GREEN, William New Connexion, died in 1835

GREENE, Josias was born in 1835 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1860, 1853 Goulourn (Oxford Co.), 1866-1869 Artemsia (Grey Co.), 1870 Euphrasia Tp. (Grey Co.), 1871 Holland (Grey Co.), 1873 Sullivan/Derby (Grey Co.), 1874 Derby (Huron Co.), 1880-1881 Paisley (Bruce Co.)

GREENER, James was born in 1813 in England, was received on trial in 1843 and died 1897. In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1850 Hawkesbury, 1851-1853 Richmond, 1853 Huntley (Dalhousie), 1853 North Gower (Bathurst), 1854-1855 Kemptville, 1857 Pastor main Lindsay Methodist church, 1865 Carlisle (Wentworth Co.), 1866-1869 Lindsay, 1871 Newburgh (Addington Co.), 1878 Lindsay founded East Ward Methodist Church

GREENWOOD, W.H. 1890 Brougham,

GRENFELL, John was born in 1864 in England and was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Mooretown, 1871 Bosanquet (Lambton Co.), alive 1924

GREY, James was born in 1821 in Ireland, 1871 Caradoc (Middlesex Co.)

GRIER, John 1850 Belleville CG 1850 Marriages - Aug 23, Charles Fitzgibbon, barrister at law, eldest son of Col. Fitzgibbon and Agnes Dunbar, of Hastings by Rev John Grier of Belleville On 25th. at Parish Church, Belleville, Ont Christopher Armstrong to Mary Ann Geddes Kingston by Rev John Grier

GRIFFIN, David Episcopal, 1820 Bayham/London, 1837 Binbrook, 1851 Howard,

GRIFFIN, Michael Episcopal, 1874-1875 Merlin (London), 1880 Thedford/London,

Rev. W.S. GriffinGRIFFIN, William Smith D.D. was born in 1827 in Waterdown and was received as a Methodist New Connexion minister in 1849 at Seneca. He was the son of Ebenezer Griffin and grandson of Smith Griffin, Wesleyan Methodist, married Hannah Biggar of South Dumfries, 1850 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1851 Grimsby, 1852 St. Catharines/Thorold, ordained 1853 at Brantford, 1854-1856 Mount Pleasant, "In those years, namely, '54-55 and '55-56, I had no colleague. I believe the (Conference) Minutes say 'one to be sent'; but none was sent. I worked the circuit alone, and had glorious success." 1856 Drummondville, 1857-1859 Simcoe, 1860-1862 Paris (Brant Co.), 1863-1864 Woodstock, 1865-1866 Port Hope, 1867-1868 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1869 Chairman Guelph District, 1870-1872 St. John's - Toronto, 1873-1877 Chairman Chatham, 1876-1878 King Street - Hamilton, 1879-1880 First St. Catharines, 1882-1884 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1879 re-dedicated church at Beaverdams Thorold, 1885-1887 Dublin St Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1888-1891 Stratford, 1906 treasurer Superannuation Fund Toronto, in 1906 his membership was still retained at Norfolk St. Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.), Delegate to First General Conference Toronto 1874, Secretary of Conference 1876, Chairman of District 1874-1875 and 1878 to 1880, Delegate to General Conference of 1878, President of Conference 1879



GRIFFIS, William was received on trial in 1823 Methodist Episcopal, 1823 Thames, 1824 St. Clair, 1825-1826 Ordained Niagara, 1827-1828 Long Point/Ancaster, 1829 Dumfries/Grand River, 1829 Wellington Co., 1830-1831 Ancaster/Binbrook, 1832 London, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1834-1836 Sheffield/Thames London District

GRIFFITH, Thomas was born in 1844 in Ontario, Primitive 1869-1871 Brantford (Brant Co.)

GRINROD, Edward President of Methodist Canada Conference, and Mr. Alder, Secretary of Wesleyan Missionary Society to preach in New York. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette June 5, 1834 p. 2, col. 5; William Lord is to be president of the Wesleyan Methodist conference of Upper Canada, according to information received by Rev. Grinrod and Rev. Alder. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Oct. 4, 1831 p. 2, col. 6; Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada Letter to Sir John Colborne from Edmund Grinrod, President, and James Richardson, secretary, avowing loyalty of the Church to Great Britain and referring (implicitly) to the Hume Letter. British Whig (Kingston) June 8, 1834 p. 2, col. 5

GROSFIELD, G. Episcopal, 1851 Vincent,

GUEST, Joseph died on December 12, 1880, in Oxford Cty, Ontario, Canadian Methodist minister

GUILD, Austen W. 1918-1920 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.)

GUNDY, James was born in 1832 in Ireland, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1859 at Goderich, 1851 Barton/Hamilton, 1860 Penville, 1861 Nelson, 1862-1863 Gleneg, 1864 Paisley, 1865-1868 Adelaide, 1869 Cayuga, 1870-1871 Norwich South (Oxford Co.), 1872 Ainleyville, 1873 Trafalgar, 1874 Middleton, 1877-1880 Courtright Moore Twp. (Lambton Co.)

GUNDY, John In 1847 he was received at Toronto Conference. 1848 he was "excluded from the Church for intemperance", was received on trial New Connexion in 1850 at Cavan, 1851 Barton,

Rev. Joseph R. Gundy GUNDY, Joseph R. was born in 1838 at Mountmelick, Ireland, the son of Rev. William Gundy. New Connexion (until 1874), He was received on trial in 1860 and was married on September 26, 1865 to Miss Isabella Eveleigh daughter of William Eveleigh, Esq., of Cote St. Leonard, near Montreal. 1860 Owen Sound, 1861 Montreal, 1862 Lindsay, 1863 Yorkville, 1864 London, 1865-1869 Omemee, 1870-1872 Tillsonburg/Dereham (Oxford Co.), joined Wesleyan Conference 1873-1875 at Waterford, 1876-1877 Cainsville, 1877-1880 Harriston, 1880-1883 Exeter, 1886 Redgetown, 1887 Aylmer, 1888 Essex Centre, 1891 Sarnia, Delegate to the first General Conference, Toronto 1874




GUNDY, Samuel Bradley was born in January, 1833 in Ireland and died on November 12, 1873, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1854-1855 at Southampton, 1856 Yorkville, 1857-1858 Welland Canal, 1859-1860 Hamilton, 1861-1864 St. Mary's, 1865-1867 Montreal, 1868-1871 Aurora (York Co.), 1872-1873 Toronto, Secretary of Conference 1863, 1869 ans 1873, 1873 was the president of the New Connexion Conference - Toronto

GUNDY, William New Connexion, was born in 1795 and died on June 19, 1870. He was ordained in 1849 at Brock, 1850-1851 Prince Edward Co., 1852-1853 Cavan, 1854-1855 Oxford, 1856-1858 Lake Erie Mission, 1859 Louth, 1860-1862 Talbotville, 1863-1865 London North, 1866 Middleton, 1867-1868 Lindsay, 1869 Milton, Chairman of District 1855, 1869

GWYNNE, Rev. 1905 Glen Williams (Halton Co.)

HACKETT, William L. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1873 at London North, 1874 Middleton

HADDEN, Thomas was received on trial in 1869, 1869 North Wakefield,

HADWIN, Thomas was born in 1821 in England and was received on trial in 1856, 1858 Bruce Mines (Algoma), 1860 Howick Tp. (Huron Co.), 1861-1863 Vaughan (York Co.), 1861-871 Dorchester Station (Middlesex Co.)

HAGAR, Arthur E. (United Empire Loyalist) 1922 Knowlton Quebec (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Joseph Hagar died on Sept 26 1922 at the residence of his son Rev. A.E. Hagar at Knowlton PQ

HAGAR, Joseph Messinore B.A., M.A. was born on April 30, 1840 in Welland Ontario, was received on trial in 1865 at Wellesley, Wesleyan Methodist, and died September 27, 1922 in Knowlton Quebec at 82 years old with the funeral at Knowlton parsonage and buried in Smith Falls Ontario (Christian Guardian) The late Rev. Joseph Messinore Hagar, M.A. was the son of Rev A.E. Hagar, of United Empire Loyalist stock. He married in 1870, Harriet Edmunds of Hollen Ontario. In 1920 they celebrated their 50th anniversary in Los Angeles California USA. He was survived by wife and 6 children: Dr F.C. of Ottawa Ontario, Rev Arthur E of Knowlton PQ, Clarence, Mrs AJ Wallace, Mrs GW Dennison and Miss Josephine M. all of Los Angeles CA Mrs Hagar to return to Los Angeles with children, 1866 Wallace, 1867 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1868 St. Thomas, 1869 Centenary Church Hamilton West (named to commemorate the centenary of American Methodism), 1870-1872 Coaticoke, 1873 Shefford, 1874 Waterloo - Montreal Conference, 18751876 Governor Stanstead Wesleyan College, 1877-1879 Kemptville, 1880 Queen Street - Kingston,

HAGAR, Lawrence New Connexion, 1835 Humber/Trafalgar, 1836 Nelson,

HAIGH, Benjamin New Connexion, was born in 1814 and died on August 18, 1865. He was received on trial in 1844-1845 at Goulbourn, 1846 Cavan, 1847-1848 Bunham, 1849 Westminster, 1850-1851 Waterford (Brant Co.), 1852-1854 Norwich, 1855-1857 Howard, 1858-1859 Bayham, 1861-1861 Melbourne, 1862 Louth, 1863-1864 Dunham, 1865 Brome

HAIGH, John 1822-1824 and 1831-1832 Grand Banks Nfld

HAIGHT, George Lewis, was received on trial in 1862 at Wellesley, Wesleyan Methodist, 1861 Markham (York Co.), 1863 Erin (Wellington Co.), 1864 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1864 joined Primitive Methodist, 1864-1865 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1870 Paris (Brant Co.)

HAIR, William 1842-1844 Napanee

HALE, Solomon P. was born in 1812 in the United States, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.), 1871 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.)

HALES, James New Connexion, died in 1857, 1835-1836 Lansdown, 1837-1839 Goulbourn, 1840 Lansdown/Rideau, 1841 Peterborough, 1842-1843 Cavan, 1844 Newcastle, 1845 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1846-1847 Prince Edward, 1848 Caledon, 1849-1850 Trafalgar, 1851-1852 Crosby, 1853-1854 Drummond, 1855-1857 Crosby, Chairman of District 1840 and 1851 to 1854

HALL, A. Methodist Episcopal, 1851 Toronto,

HALL, Edward 1923 ordained at Hamilton Conference, spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church June 17, 1923 and was a member of this church since 1913. Marriage: On Thursday June the 7th. 1923 at the bride's home, Elora Street, Guelph, Miss Grace Martin, to Rev. Edward Hall, both Members of Norfolk Street Methodist Church. The Rev. G.C. McVitty officiated, assisted by Rev. Henry Irvine. Congratulations and best wishes.

HALL, George New Connexion, was received on trial in 1865 at Lansdown, 1866 retired ill health,

HALL, Henry was born in 1810 in England, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1859-1860 at New Hope, 1858 Lansdown, 1861 Walkerton, 1862-1864 Howard, 1865-1871 Arran (Bruce Co.)

HALL, Joseph was born in 1843 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1866, 1869 student at Victoria College, 1871 Dummer Tp. (Peterborough)

HALL, Luke was born in 1843 in Ontario, Primitive Methodist, 1871 Adjala (Cardwell)

HALL, Robert 1912 Supt. Toronto City Mission fresh air home at Bronte (Oakville)

HALL, Thomas W. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1871 at Owen Sound, 1872 Aurora, 1873 Chatsworth, 1874 Owen Sound,

HALL, William B.A. was born in 1837 in Quebec and was received on trial in 1858, 1869-1872 Prescott (Grenville), 1872 Ottawa, 1863 Thurlow (Hastings Co.), 1863 Toronto, 1901 Census living in Arthur (Wellington Co.)

HALL, William New Connexion, was received on trial in 1868-1869 at Ancaster, 1870 Hillier, 1871-1872 North Augusta, 1873 Holland East,

HALLIWELL, John was born on Jan 14 1831 and died on Feb 21 1899. He was married to Nancy and he was buried in the Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HALLOCK, William 1839 Elizabethtown In 1828 Rev. Wyatt Chamberlain Jr. married Catherine, daughter Rev. William Hallock, familiarly known as Father Hallock, of Elizabethtown. They lived in the Township of Kitley.

HALPENNY, Jacob was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Bolton

HALSTEAD, William was born in 1833 in England and was received on trial in 1862, 1866-1869 Havelock, 1871 Richmond Tp. (Lennox Co.)

HAM, John Methodist Episcopal 1839 Smith's Creek Circuit

HAMES, A.B. 1869 York River/L'Amable, 1871 was married and moved to the west.

HAMMOND, Richard M. 1869 removed to the United States

HAMILTON, C.W. 1906 Exmouth Street St. John New Brunswick

HAMILTON, Christopher was born in 1833 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1856, 1867 Osprey (Grey Co.), 1867-1869 Sharon and Mount Albert, 1871 Albion (Peel Co.)

HAMILTON, John was received on trial in 1813 Methodist Episcopal, 1813 Lyons USA, 1816 Westminster, 1817 returned to the USA, 1820 located

HAMILTON, Robert married Jane Corrigan 1924 residence Killashandra Co. Cavan Ireland father of Robert C. Hamilton born 1843 Ireland married December 20, 1864, Delia Matthews alive 1924 Toronto ON

HAMILTON, Thomas was born in 1811 in Ireland, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1859-1860 at Mallorytown, 1861 Smith's Falls, 1862 Mallorytown, 1863-1864 Louth, 1865-1866 Haldimand, 1867-1868 Meaford, 1869 Arran, 1870-1871 Holland East (Grey Co.), 1872 Meaford, 1873-1874 Goderich South

HAMMERSLEY, Benjamin New Connexion, was born in 1828 and died on October 31, 1857. He was received on trial in 1857 in Southampton

HAMMOND, Joseph was received on trial in 1869, 1869 Farmersville,

HAMMOND, Richard M. ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Westmeath (Ottawa)

HANEY, Isaac New Connexion, 1835 Waterford, 1836 St. Thomas, 1837 London/St, Thomas

HANEY, Leonard 1836 Binbrook, 1858 Gainsborough

HANNA, A.G. married H.S. died before 1924 Toronto father of Georgianna Carmen W.(Swanson)

HANNA, J.W. 1916-1918 Florence

Rev. Thomas Hanna HANNA, Thomas was born in 1815 in Armagh Ireland, arrived in Canada in 1820 and was received on trial in 1844, 1851 Renfrew, 1851 Horton Twp. (Bathurst Co.), 1854-1855 Cartwright/Scugog, Thomas Hanna was alone in Lindsay in the years 1852-1854 and 1854-1855, 1857 Osprey (Grey Co.), 1857 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1862 Oxford Twp. Johnstown, 1865 Manvers (Durham), 1866-1869 Paisley, 1871 Elderslie (Bruce Co.), 1881 Louisville Chatham Twp.(Kent Co.) living on 5 acres on Gore 1, Lot 1


HANNA, W.A. was born on Mar 27 1849 in Delta Ontario and in 1875 he married Mary E. Bowser who was born on Nov 30 1852 in Delta Ontario, 1884 Johnstown, 1924 Toronto Ontario CG - Golden Wedding - Rev. W.A. and Mrs. Mary Hanna celebrate 50th anniversary March 5, 1925 at home in Delta ON Rev. W.A. - born Mar 27 1849 near Delta ON Mary E. Bowser - born Nov 30 1852 near Delta ON 4 children: Mrs. F.R. Sinkins (Mabel) of Toronto ON, Mrs. E.A. Henderson (Edna) of New York City NY, Dr. Charles E. of Delta ON, and Mrs. J.H. Braithwaite (Evelyn Mae) of Toronto ON

Rev. James HannonHANNON, James D.D. was born in 1841 in Ontario, was received on trial in 1858 at Norwood, Wesleyan Methodist and died in 1912 and was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, London Ontario. He married Sarah Margaret daughter of John Willson of Willowdale who was born in 1846 and died on March 2, 1924 of paralysis, 78 years old, at the residence of Mrs George Irwin of Toronto Ontario. Their only surviving child was: Judge J.W. Hannon, 1859-1860 student Victoria College Cobourg, 1861-1862 Colbourne, ordained in 1863 at Newcastle, 1864-1865 Bowmanville, 1866-1867 Yonge Street South, 1868-1869 Berkley Street Toronto, 1870-1871 Hamilton West, 1872-1874 North Street - London, 1875-1876 Zion Tabernacle Hamilton, 1877-1879 Dundas, 1880 St. Mary's, 1890-1892 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 superannuated Chatham, Delegate to General Conference Montreal 1878, Financial Secretary 1878 and 1879, Chairman of District 1880

HANSFORD, William was born in 1830 in Dorsetshire England and was received on trial in 1855, 1867-1869 Barrie, 1877 Pembroke (Renfrew Co.)

HANSON, Charles A. was born in 1847 in England and was received on trial in 1865, 1869 Parry Sound, 1871 Nelson (Halton Co.)

HARDIE, Alexander M.A. was received in 1862, 1869 Montreal South

HARDY, David was born in 1801 in Scotland and was received on trial in 1836, 1836 Vespra (first resident Methodist preacher in Simcoe Co.), 1844 Dereham (Oxford Co.), 1845 Norwich, 1847 Romney, 1847 Lindsay, 1849-1850 Fredericksburg (Lennox) 1849-1850 Ernesttown (Lennox), 1854-1855 Sherbrooke (Brockville), 1866-1869 Coboconk, 1871 Smith (Peterborough Co.)

HARE, John J. was received on trial in 1867, 1869 Smith's Falls,

HARMON, Thomas fought alongside General Brock on Queenston Heights and preached powerful sermons, dramatic passionate and emotional. 1813 Scarborough, 1830 Thames, 1834 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1835 Crosby (Augusta), 1851 Wallaceburg, 1850 Westminster Tp. Middlesex Co., 1851 St. Homas (retired), 1854-1855 London Circuit superannuated

HARNDEN, W.H. Methodist Episcopal, 1864 Stirling/Rawdon Twp.,

HARNWELL, Henry J. Ph. B. born June 30, 1866 Ontario 1898-1900 Mt. Pleasant Nichol (Wellington Co.) 1901 minister living Nichol Twp. (Wellington Co.) 12 mos wages $500 married Jemima with two daughters Annie and Mime

HAROLD, W.M. 1845-1846 Toronto

Rev. E. HarperHARPER, Ephraim B. M.A. D.D. was born in 1819 in Ontario, was received on trial in 1842 at Osgoode, Wesleyan Methodist, and died in 1902, 1841-1842 Osgoode, 1843 Mississippi, 1844 St. Catharines/Thorold, ordained in 1845 at Dundas, 1846 E.Flamboro, 1846-1848 Stamford/Niagara, 1849-1859 Kingston, 1851 Bathurst Twp., 1851-1852 Adelaide Street Toronto, 1853-1854 Elm St. Toronto West circuit, 1855-1857 Hamilton, 1858-1860 Belleville (Hastings Co.) Chairman, 1861-1863 Chairman Montreal Centre, 1864-1866 Chairman Hamilton, 1866-1869 Chairman Ottawa, 1870-1872 Norfolk Street Guelph (Wellington Co.) Chairman, 1873-1875 Chairman Port Hope/Cobourg, 1876-1877 Belleville, 1878-1881 Peterboro. He received the honourary degree of M.A. from Victoria University 1860, Secretary of Conference 1859, Co-Delegate of the Conference 1873, Delegate to the First Federal Conference Toronto 1874, Chairman of District 1874 to 1880, President of Conference 1878, The honourary degree of Doctor in Divinity was confered upon him by the Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut in June 1879.



HARPER, James 1850 African Methodist Episcopal circuit (Brant Co.)

HARRIS, Alexander G. was born in 1841 in Oxford Co., Ontario and was received on trial in 1864 and was still living in 1924, 1867-1869 Scarboro, 1871-1872 Mersea (Essex Co.), 1873 Camden East, 1877-1880 Forest Warwick Twp. (Lambton Co.), 1904 Beachville (Oxford Co.)

HARRIS, Edward was received on trial in 1858, 1869 Ormstown,

HARRIS, George P. Methodist Episcopal 1849 Dorchester/London, 1851 Malahide, 1852 Binbrook,

HARRIS, Henry was born in 1832 in England, Primitive Methodist, 1871 Toronto, 1878-1880 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.),

HARRIS, James H. was received on trial in 1852 at Peel, Wesleyan Methodist, 1846 Toronto, 1850-1851 Dunnville/Nanticoke, 1851-1852 Elora (Wellington Co.), 1852 on trial, 1852-1853 Peel Circuit, 1853 Grimsby, 1854-1855 Dundas, ordained in 1855-1856 at Welland, 1857-1859 Cainsville/Brantford, 1860-1861 Norwich, 1862-1863 Port Dover, 1864 Mt. Pleasant, 1865-1866 Vienna, 1867-1868 St. George, 1869 Welland, 1870-1872 London North, 1873-1875 Fingal, 1876-1879 Amherstburg, 1880-1881 Brussels,

HARRIS, John was born in 1863 married Elizabeth A. Heard and died in 1885. He entered the Canadian Bible Christian ministry in 1863, serving as Secretary of Conference in 1883. He transferred to the Canadian Methodist Church in 1884. 1885 Orton, Erin Twp. (Wellington Co.) Christian Guardian - Deaths - Harris, Elizabeth A Heard died on February 21, 1923 at Port Perry ON, 76 years old and was buried at Pine Grove Cemetery, Port Perry ON widow of late Rev. John Harris

HARRIS, Reuben was born in 1776 and died on February 15, 1844. He was received on trial in 1803 Methodist Episcopal, 1803 Niagara and Long Point, 1804 Bay of Quinte, 1805 Ordained in USA, 1806 Dunham, 1807 returned to USA

HARRIS, Thomas 1862-1865 Grand Banks Nfld, 1870 Harbor Grace Nfld, 1872-1875 Grand Banks Nfld

HARRISON, Frederick W. 1870 Canterbury N.B.

HARRISON, George 1870 Upham N.B.

HARRISON, Tomas E. 1885-1888 Florence

HARRISON, William 1886 Upper Prince St. PEI,

HARRY, S.A. 1925 Elstow Sask CG - Birth - Isabel Mary Harry born Apr 8, 1925 Elstow SK daughter of Rev. S.A. and Mrs. Harry

HART, E.W. married Edna Voas of Toronto, 1924 Rutherford Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - William Ray Hart was born on Apr 7 1924 in Rutherford Ontario the son of Rev. E.W. and Mrs Hart (nee Edna Vose of Toronto Ontario)

HART, James R. 1870 Mill Village N.S.

HART, John 1874 Greenwood/Brougham,

HART, Joseph 1870 Yarmouth North N.S.

HART, Thomas D. 1864 Charlottetown PEI, 1870 Guysboro/Canso N.S. (retired)

HARTLEY, Alexander Y. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1860 in Ancaster, 1861 London South, 1862 Ashfield, 1863 Waterford, 1864-1866 Cayuga, 1867-1868 Bodman

HARTLEY, Charles was born in 1821 in the U S A, 1871 Essex Windsor Town

HARVARD, John. B., 1840 chairman of the Lower Canada district and attended the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Episcopal's, 1858 Brantford

HARVARD, W. M. To address the anniversary of the Kingston Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, to be held at the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Feb. 16, 1839 p. 3, col. 2; He and Egerton Ryerson, signed the congratulatory address from the Wesleyan Methodist Church to Sir George Arthur. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette June 25, 1838 p. 2, col. 4; Report in the Christian Guardian that he will leave Upper Canada for Quebec. The Royal Commissioner there has requested an agent to involve himself in the interests of the Wesleyan Methodist missions in the British American Provinces. British Whig (Kingston) June 16, 1838 p. 2, col. 2; To preach at the Methodist Chapel in Rear St. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Feb. 15, 1837 p. 3, col. 3; He was appointed president of the British Wesleyan Methodist Conference for the ensuing year. British Whig (Kingston) Oct. 7, 1836 p. 2, col. 2; Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada - Letter from Lt. Gov. Sir George Arthur to Rev. Harvard re Clergy' reserves. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette May 13, 1839 p. 2, col. 1

HARVEY, George Y. 1851 Niagara,

HARVEY, Linden Clark married Lillian Follick Nov 8 1924 Port Perry Ontario, 1924 West Lorne Ontario Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Harvey parents of Linden; alive 1924 Exeter ON

HARVEY, William H. 1889-1892 Paisley Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1924 Waterloo (Christian Guardian) Late Dr. Edwin Earle Harvey, M.D. was born in Atwood Ontario and died on May 20 1924 at home in Peterboro Ontario. In 1893 he was practicing medicine at Norwich and in 1915 moved to Peterboro Ontario. He was survived by widow (Miss Isobel McKay of Port Hope Ontario), 2 daughters: Miss Marion of Toronto Ontario and Mrs G. Clifton Carruthers of Peterboro Ontario, 3 sisters and 2 brothers (Rev. William H. Harvey of Waterloo is one)

HASKEL, Squire B. was received on trial in 1818 Methodist Episcopal, 1818 Danville, 1819 Stanstead, 1820 Ordained in Barrie, 1821 returned to the USA. 1828 located,

HASSALL, Robert New Connexion,1845 Montreal, 1846 expelled

HASSARD, Richard was born in 1839 in Ireland, Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Turnberry (Huron Co.)

HASSARD, W.E. 1897 Tossoronto (Simcoe Co.)

HAUB, John 1877 Eglington

HAW, J.A. 1924 Winnipeg Manitoba son of John Haw born 1843 Middlesex Cty ON and died in 1924 at Virden MB married Maria Sangford living 1924 Virden MB other sons George E. Haw living 1924 Cupar SK and I.E.A. Haw living 1924 Santa Monica CA

HAW, William 1835 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1843-1844 Fredericksburg, 1843 Camden East, 1844 Ernestown, Bath & Adolphustown, 1850-1851 Binbrook, 1851 Glandford/Seneca, 1854-1855 Hamilton

HAWKE, C.S. 1916-1920 Wesley/Underwood Bruce Twp.,

HAWKE, F.A. D.D. was born in 1861 in Wardsville Ontario and died in 1924 in Winfield Kansas United States father was Rev. William Hawke

HAWKE, William was born on August 21, 1832 in Lostwithiel Cornwall England and was received on trial in 1851, Toronto Richmond Street Church, 1854-1855 Sarnia Chairman's supply, a brother who afterwards placed his name prominenty on the roll of the Church's pastorate. Though married, he was young, of average size, a native of Cornwall or Devonshire, England, who had come out to Toronto some time before, and was useful as a local preacher, being one of the efficient laborers who have gone forth from Richmond Street Church., 1856-1859 Sydenham/Wardsville, 1866-1869 Clinton, 1871 Mitchell (Perth Co.), 1875 Binbrook, (Christian Guardian) Mrs. Wm Hawke of Grimsby June 1924 celebrated 94th birthday at home of daughter Ms. R.M. Hazlewood of Grimsby the widow of the late Rev. William Hawke of Grimsby Children were Rev. Dr. F.A., A.F. Hawke living 1924 Grimsby ON and Betty living 1924 Weston-Supermere England

HAWKINS, Walter 1856 Superintendent of the Conference for the British Methodist Episcopal Church (Brant Co.)

HAY, John was born in 1838 in Ontario, 1871 Flamborough East (Wentworth Co.)

HAY, William was born in 1831 in Scotland and died on September 3, 1874. He was received on trial in 1856 at Mono, Wesleyan Methodist, 1855 Mitchell, 1857-1858 student Victoria College Cobourg, ordained in 1859 at Galt/Paris (Brant Co.), 1860-1862 Arran, 1863 St. Vincent, 1864-1865 Meaford (Grey Co.), 1866-1868 Lloydtown, 1869-1871 Cookstown Chairman, 1872 Chairman Bradford/Essa (Simcoe Co.), 1874 Guelph (retired)

HAYHURST, William was received on trial in 1859 at Yonge Street North, Wesleyan Methodist, and died on July 2, 1924 in Hamilton, Ontario. 1858 Weston, 1860 Albion, 1861 Paris (Brant Co.), ordained in 1862-1863 at Pakenham/Arnprior (Lanark Co.), 1864-1866 Elgin, 1866 N.Crosby (Lanark Co.), 1867-1868 Seaforth/McKillop (Huron Co.), 1869-1871 Kincardine/Tuckersmith Twp. (Huron Co.), 1872-1874 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1875-1877 Palmerston (Wellington Co.), 1878 Brussels, 1879-1880 Wardsville/Newbury, Financial Secretary 1875 to 1877 and 1880 (Christian Guardian) The late Franklin Metcalf Lewis was born in 1865 in Burford Ontario the eldest son of late William H. Lewis and Elizabeth Metcalf. He married Miss Eleanor Hayhurst (deceased), daughter of Rev. William Hayhurst and married his 2nd wife Miss Bessie Scott, Superintendent of Hamilton Deaconess Home. He died on July 2, 1924 in Hamilton Ontario and is survived by 2nd wife, 2 daughters: Mrs J.J. Chrysler of Hamilton Ontario and Miss Edith at home, 2 sisters: Mrs Alexander McWilliams of Pilot Mound Manitoba and Dr. Edith J. Lewis of Hamilton Ontario.

HAYLOCK, Joseph James was born in 1844 in England, Primitive Methodist, 1871 Mitchell (Perth Co.)

HAYNES, Frederick was born in 1820 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1843 at Lansdown/Rideau, 1844 Dunham, 1845 St. Thomas/Malahide, 1836-1847 Prince Edward, 1848 Yorkville, 1849 ill-health, 1850-1854 Welland Canal, 1855-1859 Ancaster, 1860-1861 Nelson (Halton Co.), 1862-1864 Trafalgar, 1865 Galt, 1866-1867 Talbotville, 1868-1870 Nelson, 1871 Brock, 1872-1874 Barton

HAYWARD, John Methodist Episcopal, 1851 Whitby,

HAYWORTH, Abraham was born in 1832 in England, Primitive Methodist, 1871 Wellesley (Waterloo Co.)

HAZELWOOD, J.H. D.D. died 1919 Christian Guardian - Obituary - W.C. Hazlewood born 1846 on Leeds Co. ON, married Miss L. Johnson died 1925 in Wroxeter ON 79 years old survived by widow, Dr. Brenton-Edwin Hazlewood, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Witmer, Misses Ethelda and Katharine, 1 sister: Mrs. MacDonald, 2 brothers: George and R.M. Rev. Dr, J.H. (a brother) predeceased 6 years prior

HAZLEWOOD, T.W. 1923 Don Mills (Christian Guardian) Births - Mr. Hazlewood was born on Sept 30 1923 at Don Mills parsonage the son of Rev. and Mrs. T.W. Hazlewood

HEALY, Ezra was received on trial in 1821 Methodist Episcopal, 1820 Decalb N.Y., 1821 St. Lawrence, 1822-1823 Ordained Rideau, 1824-1825 Cornwall, 1826 Bay of Quinte, 1827 Kingston, 1828-1829 Brockville, 1830 Rideau/Oswegotchie District, 1831-1832 Augusta, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference. It is related that, upon on one occasion, he was compelled to hold service in an shanty, which served the purpose of a kitchen, dining-room, chapel and stable, his horse being fed at one end of the room. The service commenced, and much to the astonishment of the worshipers, the beast stopped eating, and did not take another mouthful until the benediction was pronounced.

HEALY, Ezra A. was received on trial in 1867, 1869 student at Victoria College,

HEARTS, William H. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1862, 1870 Bridgetown N.S.

HECK, Samuel

HELLYER, Phillip 1906 Arthur (Wellington Co.)

HENDERS, Richard Coe New Connexion, was received on trial in 1873 at Middleton, 1874 Ancaster, 1877 Binbrook, 1885-1888 Hespler Circuit and Howitt Memorial Puslinch Twp.(Wellington Co.) 1889 Lucan

HENDERSON, Andrew was born in 1856 in Scotland and died in 1922 in British Columbia (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Andrew Henderson was born on May 16 1856 in Lanarkshire Scotland and came to Canada (Hastings Cty Ontario) at age 15 with his parents. In 1887 he married Caroline R. Borland who died in Oct 1908 and was buried in Vernon British Columbia. He died on Dec 16 1922 in Sardis British Columbia and is buried at Carman Cemetery. He was survived by brothers Rev. Dr. James Henderson of Montreal PQ, John Henderson Esq. of Toronto Ontario, a sister in the USA, 5 children: J. Douglas of Vernon BC, Arthur E. of Peachland BC, Mrs Clayton Crawford and Miss Jessie of Toronto Ontario, and Miss Cathleen of Chicago IL

Rev. G.W. Henderson HENDERSON, George William was born on May 12, 1855 in Sparta Elgin Co. and was received on trial in 1875 and was ordained in 1881. He has been twice married - first on May 11, 1882 to Miss Emma Hunt of Westminster Twp. who died in June 1886, and on June 20, 1888, he was again united in marriage to Miss Grace Rothwell, of Chatham. He had two children, a son and a daughter. 1875 Westminster, 1877 London North, 1878 McGill University, 1881 First Church Hamilton, 1884 Chatham, 1887 Queens Park London, 1889 Dresden, 1891 Wellington Street London, 1902 Cambridge St. Lindsay,


HENDERSON, James 1869 York River/L'Amable (Hastings Co.)

HENDERSON, James D.D. 1849 (Christian Guardian) Rev. Dr. James Henderson of Montreal PQ turned 75 in poor health

HENDERSON, J.W.A. 1923 Winnipeg (Christian Guardian) Mrs J.W.A. Henderson of Carnduff SK was born Lottie Mabel Heaney, Jul 9 1879 in Derry West, Ontario. In 1880 her family settled in Meadow Lea Manitoba and she died on Jan 12 1923 on train between Carnduff and Estevan on way to the hospital. She was buried in Winnipeg Manitoba in the family plot (Christian Guardian) Death - Late Mrs (Rev) J.W.A. Henderson was survived by her husband, 2 little girls Beryl and Verda, mother Mrs E. Heaney of Winnipeg MB, 8 brothers and 3 sisters

HENDERSON, Thomas 1865 Paris (Brant Co.)

Rev. W.C. HendersonHENDERSON, William C. M.A. D.D. was born on Feb 11, 1834 in the Cty of Huntington Quebec and was received on trial as a Wesleyan Methodist minister in 1857 at Port Hope. He was the son of Archibald H. Henderson and Adeline (Stearns) of Huntingdon (Quebec)and the brother of Mary Henderson (Mrs. W.S. Maclaren) who was born in 1843 and died on March 14, 1924 in Huntingdon. On July 1, 1861 he married Emma Overend of the City of Kingston and they returned to London for the year. He married Mrs. Henderson in April of 1883 and she was born in 1845 in Delta, Ontario and died on February 3 ,1924 in Gananoque, Ontario where they lived from 1913 and prior to this was a teacher in Hamilton, Ontario. (Christian Guardian) The late Mrs W.S. Maclaren - an appreciation. She was born Mary Henderson in 1843 and was the daughter of the late A.H. Henderson of Huntingdon and married in 1875 W.S. Maclaren (predeceased 1909), brother of Justice J.J. Maclaren of Toronto, Ontario. She died on March 14, 1924 in Huntingdon amd she was one of a family of fourteen, one of whom was the late Rev Dr W.C. Henderson and another the late Mrs (Rev Dr) W.J. Crothers. She was survived by two sons Harold (C.E.) of Huntingdon and Dr Archie of Calgary AB, one sister Miss Kate still lives in Huntingdon. 1854-1857 Victoria College, 1857 received on trial at Port Hope, 1858 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1859-1860 graduated Victoria College, ordained in 1860-1861 at London with Rev. G.R. Sanderson, 1862 Kingston, 1863-1865 Hemmingford, 1866-1868 Odelltown, 1869-1871 Cornwall, 1872-1874 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1874 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1875-1876 Goderich, 1877-1880 Sarnia, 1881-1884 Strathroy, 1884 St. Mary's (Perth Co.), 1887-1889 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1893-1895 Norfolk Street - Guelph Wellington Co.), 1906 Palmerston (Wellington Co.), 1913-1924 Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), Graduate of Victoria College with a B.A. in 1860 and a M.A. in 1868, Delegate to the General Conference of 1878, Assistant Secretary of Conference 1879 and 1880, Chairman of District 1877 to 1880,

HENDERSON, William H. was received on trial in 1873 at Peel (Wellington Co.), Wesleyan Methodist, 1874 Zion, 1875 Elora, 1876 Port Dover,

HENDERSON, William New Connexion, was received on trial in 1864 at Crosby, 1865 St. Mary's, 1866 Montreal, 1867 Ancaster, 1868-1869 Bay of Quinte,1870-1871 Walkerton, 1872-1873 Talbotville, 1874 Ingersoll,

HENDERSON, W. Gould 1880 Prescott, 1881 Montreal, 1919 Hamilton (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs (Rev) W.G. Henderson was born on Apr 10 1854 in Lyn Ontario and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Lee. On Aug 29 1881 she married Rev. W. Gould Henderson of Montreal Conference and she died on Jan 5 1924 in Hamilton Ontario, aged 70 years old and was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery. In 1919 she had moved to Hamilton Ontario and she was survived by her husband, son William H.G. Henderson, daughter Bertha Burril, 2 sisters: Dora and Bertha both of Hamilton Ontario, 2 brothers: W.H. of Mallorytown and John M. of Regina SK

HENNIGAR, James G. 1838-1839 Grand Banks Nfld, 1870 Co-delegate Maritime Conference, 1870 Avondale N.S.

HENSON, Josiah was born in 1789 in Maryland United States, Methodist Episcopal, 1877-1880 Dresden Camden West Twp. (Kent Co.) 1880 living on Con Gore IV, Lot 2, 200 acres

HEPWORTH, A. Primitive Methodist, 1869 Paris

HERKIMER, William was born in 1811 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1846, 1846 Kingston, 1854-1855 Rice Lake, 1860-1869 New Credit (retired), 1871 Tuscarora (Brant Co.), William Herchimer, native Indian missionary at Sabgeeng, was present at a missionary service at the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Feb. 9, 1842 p. 2, col. 7

HERRIDGE, William was born in 1823 in England, Primitive Methodist, 1871-1873 Brampton (Peel Co.)

HERRON, James was received on trial in 1799 Methodist Episcopal, 1799 Chester USA, 1800 Oswegotchie District, 1801 returned to USA, 1814 located

HERSHAW, Edwin 1876 Gorrie (Huron Co.)

HESLOP J.T. Primitive Methodist, 1924-1927 Paisley St. Guelph (Wellington Co.)

HETHERINGTON, John Prusho 1834 Charlottetown PEI Wesleyan Methodist He was present at a meeting. held in Toronto regarding the management of King's College. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Oct. 4, 1843 p. 2, col. 1, Received donations to the Kingston Bible Society and the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Feb. 22, 1843 p. 2, col. 7, To give a speech in the British Wesleyan Methodist Chapel for a missionary meeting, Chronicle and Gazette Jan. 11, 1843 p. 2, col. 5., Committee member of the Kingston Auxiliary to the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society of London. Kingston Chronicle Oct. 15, 1831 p. 3, col. 2; Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society - Rev. John Prusho Hetherington, Wesleyan Missionary, married Jane Randles to Robert Rowe. Kingston Chronicle Jan. 28, 1832 p. 3, col. 3; Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada - A meeting is to be held in the Wesleyan Methodist Church on Newgate St. in Toronto to protest the present management of King's College and to call for nonsectarian management. This meeting is forthcoming. Another meeting which debated this same question had Rev. J.P. Hetherington from the Wesleyan Methodist Church as a representative attending the meeting Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Oct. 4, 1843 p. 2, col. 1; Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada - Rev. J. P. Hetherington, Wesleyan minister, officiated at the wedding of Sarah Denn daughter of William Denn, Point Frederick, to John Milner. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Nov. 23, 1833 p. 3, col. 1

HEWITT, William J. was born in 1834 in England and was received on trial in 1858, 1864-1865 Mulmer (Dufferin Co.), 1865 Horning's Mills (Grey Co.), 1866 Holland Landing/Sharon (York Co.), 1866-1869 London North, 1871 Port Hope (Durham Co.)

HEWITT, William T. was received on trial in 1851, 1860-1869 Clarendon (retired)

HEYLAND, Rowley was born in 1793 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1824 Methodist Episcopal, 1823-1824 Home District, 1825-1826 Long Point, 1827 Niagara/Fort George, 1828-1829 Bay of Quinte, 1830 Hallowell, 1831 Cobourg, 1831-1832 Hallowell, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1834 Hallowell, 1835 Bay of Quinte, 1844 Woodstock, 1845 Zorra (Oxford Co.), 1854-1855 Brantford (Brant Co.) superannuated, 1867-1869 Fairfield, 1871 Burford (Brant Co.) living at Lot 7 Con 4, Heyland, Rev. R. Methodist Minister at Hallowell, Kingston Chronicle Apr. 2, 1831 p. 2, col. 1, 2

HIBBARD, E. 1922 missionary in China (Christian Guardian)Births - Hibbard, Doris Elizabeth was born on Dec 14 1922 a daughter for Rev. and Mrs E. Hibbard of Chengtu W. China

HIBBARD, Henry Noles was born in 1838 in the United States, Methodist Episcopal. He was married on the 21st day of October 1861, to Lovila Balcomb the daughter of Wm. Balcomb, of the county of Elgin., 1854-1855 Brantford, 1871 Humberstone/Dunnville (Welland Co.), 1875 Ridgeway

HIBBARD, Robert was drowned October 12, 1812, while crossing the St. Lawrence near Montreal. He was received on trial in 1809 Methodist Episcopal, 1808 Ulster USA, 1809 Granville USA, 1810-1811 Ordained St. Francis River C.E., 1812 Ottawa,

HICK, John 1815 Charlottetown PEI, 1850 Montreal, Minister of British Wesleyan Methodist Society congregation at Quebec, married Catherine Fisher of Montreal; Reverend Sutcliff officiated. Wedding at home of bride's brother, John Fisher. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette June 13, 1833 p. 4, col. 1, Kingston Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Society, notice of a meeting in the British Wesleyan Chapel, sermon by Rev. John Hick. Kingston Chronicle Aug. 30, 1828 p. 3, col. 4, Hick, Rev. John Of Montreal, to deliver a sermon at the meeting of the British Methodist Chapel. Kingston Chronicle Sept. 1, 1820 p. 3, col. 4

HICKS, J.P. 1924 Victoria B.C. His son Vincent drowned September 12, 1924 in Victoria B.C.

HICKOX, Joseph was received on trial in 1812 Methodist Episcopal, 1812 Shamokin USA, 1813-1814 Canaan USA, 1815-1816 Detroit, 1817-1818 Ancaster C.W., 1819 Thames C.W., 1820 located

HICKS, William T. was received on trial in 1860, 1869 Mooretown, 1876 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

HICKSON, Thomas 1819-1822 Grand Banks Nfld

HIGGINS, A. B.A. 1906 Portland St. John New Brunswick

HIGHWARDEN, S. was born in 1829 in Ohio United States, 1877-18809 Sarnia (Lambton Co.), 1880 listed as a broker and general dealer

HILL, H.E. 1899-1900 Maryborough Twp. (Wellington Co.)

HILL, Henry New Connexion, was received on trial in 1857 at Galt, 1858 student at Fort Edward N.Y.,

HILL, Jabez 1903-1904 Grand Banks Nfld

HILL, Jaffrey was born in York Co. Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, 1871 Meaford Street Vincent Twp. (Grey Co.)

HILL, James New Connexion, was received on trial in 1854 at Ancaster, 1855-1856 Waterford, 1857 Prince Edward, 1858 Penville, 1859-1860 Trafalgar, 1861-1863 Ancaster, 1864-1866 Dereham, 1867 New Hope, 1868-1869 Hespler, 1870 moved to USA, Secretary of Conference 1869

HILL, John Methodist Episcopal, 1851 Waterloo (retired), 1853 Farmersville (Leeds Co.)

HILL, Joseph was born in 1817 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1844, 1850 Wallaceburg (Lambton Co.), 1851 Proton (Dufferin Co.), 1852 Holland Tp., 1851-1852 Artemesia (Grey Co.), 1854-1858 Bruce Mines (Owen Sound), 1858 Proton Tp. (Dufferin Co.), 1860-1865 Bruce Mines (Owen Sound), 1866 Montague (Lanark Co.), 1867-1869 Chatsworth, 1871 Saugeen (Bruce Co.)

HILL, L.W. B.A. 1906 Euclid Avenue, 1907 Broadway Tabernacle both in Toronto Conference

HILL, Newton was born in 1848 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1869, 1868 Greenwood/Brougham, 1869-1871 Brock (Ontario Co.), 1891 East Ward Lindsay,

HILL, Robert Newton was born in 1827 in Ontario, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1855 at Drummond, ordained in 1856 at Marlboro, 1857-1858 Cavan, 1859-1860 Crosby, 18611863 Oxford, 1864-1865 Middleton, 1865-1869 Penville, 1871 Muskoka, 1871-1874 Vernon Mission,

HILL, William 1851 Walpole (Talbot)

HILLIS, H.H. 1923 Parkenham (Christian Guardian) Births - Hillis, a daughter was born on Jan 22 1923 in Brockville Ontario to Rev. H.H. and Mrs Hillis of Parkenham (Christian Guardian) Late Mrs R.F. Oliver was born Mary Louise Dunlap and died on Oct 7 1923 at the home of her daughter Mrs M.L. Dixon of Brockville Ontario. She was the widow of Rev. R.F. Oliver who died 18 years ago. She was survived by 1 sister Mrs Frank Cochrane of Ottawa Ontario, 1 brother D.A. Dunlap of Toronto Ontario, 3 daughters: Mrs M.L. Dixon of Brockville Ontario, Mrs A.E. Crummery of Frankville Ontario, Mrs (Rev.) H.H. Hillis of Pakenham Ontario, 2 granddaughters: Doris Dixon and Margaret Hillis

HILTAN, J. 1870 Yarmouth

HILTS, Joseph H. was born in 1819 in Ontario, Methodist Episcopal, 1856-1858 & 1862-1865 Carmel West Garafraxa (Wellington Co.), 1871 St. Vincent (Grey Co.)

HINDS, G.W. 1924 Sidney MB

HINTON, A. 1920-1925 South Mountain

HISCOCKS, J. Methodist Episcopal, 1865 Horning's Mills (Grey Co.)

HISTON, John was born in 1823 in England, New Connexion, was received on trial in 1844 at Elizabethtown, 1845 Dunham, 1846 Stukey, 1847 Drummond, 1848 visiting England, 1849-1851 Henrysburgh, 1852 Stanstead, 1853-1854 Prince Edward, 1855-1856 Cavan, 1857-1858 Owen Sound, 1859 Arthur, 1860-1861 Elizabethtown, 1862-1863 Pelham, 1864-1866 Norwich, 1867-1870 Copetown, 1871 Beverley (Wentworth Co.), 1872-1874 Copetown, Chairman of District 1855 to 1860, 1862 and 1863, Secretary of Conference 1861

HOAG, D.D. 1877 Arnprior McNab Tp. (Renfrew Co.)

HOARD, J. Methodist Episcopal, 1874 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HOBBS, Richard 1880 Erin (Wellington Co.)

HOBBS, Robert was born in 1830 in Clarendon Lower Canada, 1852 Osgoode, 1854 Cornwall, 1855 Fitzroy (Carleton), 1858 Pakenham Tp.(Lanark Co.)

HOCKING, James New Connexion, was born in 1835 and died on February 22, 1878 at Truro, Cornwall England. He was received on trial in 1861 at Cavan, 1862 Milton, 1863 Hope, 1864 Kitley, 1865-1866 Bodmin, 1867 Haldimand, 1868-1873 Owen Sound, 1874 moved to England

HODGES, John Henry was born on Sep 2 1882 in Wales and died on Jan 10 1925 in Bishop, CA, He came to Canada in 1905 and on Jun 20 1914 he married Isobelle Geddie in Winnipeg (Christian Guardian) Death of Rev. John Henry Hodges born Sep 2 1882 Wales Came to Canada 1905 married Jun 20 1914 Winnipeg to Miss Isobelle Geddie died Jan 10 1925 Bishop, CA He was survived by his widow and two young sons Gordon and Donald

HODGSON, John L. was born in 1826 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1850 in the Bible Christian Church, 1856 joined Wesleyan Methodist Conference, 1856 Amherstburg, ordained in 1857-1858 at Mooretown/Sombra (Lambton Co.), 1859-1860 Romney, 1861 Gosfield, 1862-1863 Florence/Wardsville, 1864-1865 Whitchurch/Stouffville (York Co.), 1866-1867 Brock, 1868-1869 Kleinburg, 1870-1871 Teviotdale/Minto/Arthur (Wellington Co.), 1871 Dudwell (retired), 1872 Hall's Bridge/Mud Lake, 1873-1874 Cartwright, 1875-1876 Durham, 1877-1879 Maxwell, 1880 Bruce Mines, 1895 Johnstown,

HOGG, David D. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1874 at Milford, 1880 Arnprior McNab Twp. (Renfrew Co.)

HOIDGE, Joseph was born in 1818 at Milton Abbott in Devon, England and died in 1873 and was converted in about 1838. He entered the Bible Christian ministry in 1841 and volunteered to go as a missionary to the United States in 1851. He spent nine years in Wisconsin and Ohio before joining the Canadian ministry. Hoidge served as President of the Canadian Conference in 1861 and 1866.

HOLDEN Samuel M. born August 31, 1858 Ontario 1901 Eramosa Twp. (Wellington Co.) married Elizabeth

HOLMES, A. Lee 1876 Stanstead

HOLMES, Edwin New Connexion, was received on trial in 1857-1858 at Norwich, 1859 Penville, 1860 London, 1861-1863 Nassagaweya, 1864-1865 Prince Edward, 1866-1867 Milford, 1868-1869 Malahide, 1870-1873 Manvers, 1874 Mount Forest, 1875-1877 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1878-1879 Ellis Church Puslinch (Wellington Co.), Chairman of District 1867, Secretary of Conference 1873

HOLMES, James E., 1893-1896 Florence

HOLMES, John was received on trial in 1861, 1869 Winchester, 1873 Ottawa

Rev. J.W. HolmesHOLMES, Joseph William was born in 1836 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1864 at Exeter, Wesleyan Methodist, 1863-1864 Exeter, 1865-1866 Strathroy, 1867-1868 St. Mary's, 1869 Kirkton, 1869 Camden East, 1870-1872 Innisfil (Simcoe Co.), 1873 Richmond, 1874 Richwood, 1875-1877 Exeter Usborne Twp. (Huron Co.), 1878 St. Catharines, 1879-1880 Waterdown, 1885-1887 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.), 1906 Blenheim



HOLMES, Ninian was born in 1785 and died on May 5, 1829. He was received on trial in 1807 Methodist Episcopal, 1807 Niagara, 1808 Bay of Quinte, 1809 Ordained in Augusta, 1810-1811 Detroit, 1812-1813 Niagara, 1814 located

HOLTBY, Matthias was born in 1799 in England and was received on trial in 1832 Methodist Episcopal, 1832 Toronto Circuit, 1833 joined Weslyan Conference, 1844 Townsend, 1844 Middleton (London), 1845 St. Catharines, 1850 Norwich, 1851-1855 Walsingham (Brantford) supernumerary, 1858-1869 Lynedock (retired), 1871 Walsingham (Norfolk Co.)

HOLZMAN, Henry was born in 1819 in Germany, New Connexion, 1871 Woolwich Tp. (Waterloo)

HONEY George E. 1906 Drayton (Wellington Co.)

HOOKER, Le Roy was received on trial in 1861, 1867 Oxford, 1868-1870 Romney,

HOPKINS, Silas was received on trial in 1811 Methodist Episcopal, 1811 Detroit, 1812 Augusta, 1813 located, 1836 Oswegotchie District,

HORN, W.C. wa born in 1843 in England, Primitive, 1871 Loughborough (Addington)

HORTON, Aaron was born in 1841 and died on Nov 5 1899. He married Jane Thrasher who died 1909 and is buried in the Foxboro Cemetery, Thurlow Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HORTON, William 1866 Melancthon (Dufferin Co.)

HORWOOD, R.J. 1914 South Dummer Asphodel Twp.,

HOSKIN, James was born on Sep 11 1846 and died on Jun 21 1927. He married Mary M. who was born on Jul 11 1861 and died on Oct 26 1929 and is buried in the Stirling Cemetery, Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.)

HOSKINS, R. Primitive 1872 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

HOUCK, D. Scott 1897-1901 Tweed Hungerford Twp. (Hastings Co.) (Christian Guardian) Obituary - Houck, Mrs Mary Matilda was born in 1851 and she married Daniel Houck who died Jan 28 1920. He was the brother of the late Rev. D. Scott Houck. She died on Oct 30 1922 in Espanola Ontario and was buried beside her husband in Bowmanville Ontario and was survived by 3 daughters and 3 sons Mrs. H.C. Bowerman of Burford, Mrs A.E. Storie of Sudbury Ontario, Maude and Lorne of Espanola Ontario, Edgar of Calgary Alberta, and Milton of Napinka Manitoba

HOUGH, John was born in 1831 in England, member of Norfolk St. Wesleyan Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) and entered ministry in 1855, 1854 Morris/Clinton (Guelph District), 1855 Peel, 1856 Mitchell, ordained 1857-1858 at Howick (Huron Co.), 1858 Minto (Wellington Co.), 1859-1861 Ainleyville, 1861 McKillop, 1862-1863 Teeswater/Carrick (Bruce Co.), 1864-1865 Wyoming, 1866 Petrolia/Mt. Brydges, 1868-1869 Puslinch/Eramosa/Rockwood (Wellington Co.), 1869-1871 Millbank, 1871 Normandy (Grey Co.)/Mornington (Perth Co.), 1872-1874 Trowbridge/Elma (Perth Co.), 1875-1877 Clifford/Minto (Wellington Co.), 1878-1881 Peel (Wellington Co.). He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery - Block M4, Guelph, (Wellington Co.)

HOUGHTON, Luther 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1853 Hungerford, 1854-1855 Clarendon/Portage-du-Forte (Ottawa), 1856-1857 Shannonville, 1858-1859 Kaladar, 1859-1861 Templeton, 1862-1873 Brockville (retired)

HOUSTON, John H. 1831-1832 Albion, 1839 Norwich,

HOWARD, D. 1847-1850 Amherst Island,

HOWARD, Eratus Seth was born on July 11 1833 in Demorestville (Prince Edward Co.) Ontario, Episcopal, and died on Oct 26 1923 in Wellington Ontario (Prince Edward Co.) and was buried in the Wellington Cemetery with father Eratus Howard and mother Catherine Demorest Howard. On Feb 11 1864 he married Harriet Adelaide Hersey, daughter of Daniel Hersey of Kingston Ontario who died on December 1, 1924 in Montreal and is buried at Wellington (Prince Edward Co.), He was predeceased by his daughter Mrs A.E. Solomon of Granby PQ May 1923 and was survived by his wife and children Daniel H. 1924 living in Montreal PQ, Mrs. Rev. Rufus Garrett of Demorestville Ontario, Hon. Judge E.E. Howard 1924 living in Montreal PQ, Mrs. H.E. Frye of Moncton, New Brunswick, Miss Mary of Wellington Ontario, Mrs. Hattie A. Layhew of Montreal PQ, John Albert 1924 living Lowell Mass and Mary Gertrude 1924 livimg in Edmonton AB, 1871 Wolfe Island (Frontenac), (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. Eratus Seth Howard born July 11, 1833 Demorestville Prince Edward Co Ontario married Feb 11 1864 Miss Harriet Adelaide Hersey, daughter of Daniel Hersey of Kingston died Oct 26 1923 Wellington Ontario buried Wellington Cemetery with father Eratus Howard and mother Catherine Demorest Howard.

HOWARD, Fred H. 1917-1919 Stirling (Hastings Co.),

Rev. I.B. HowardHOWARD, Isaac Brock was born in 1819 and was received on trial in 1841 at Hamilton, died in 1886 and was buried in Oshawa Union Cemetery, South Presbyterian, Section A, Whitby East, Durham. Wesleyan Methodist, 1840 Oxford, 1841 Binbrook, 1842 Cobourg, 1843 Kingston, 1844 Ancaster/Hamilton, 1845-1846 Belleville (Hastings Co.), 1847-1848 Ernestown/Bath/Kingston, 1849 Grimsby, 1849-1851 Monaghan (Peterborough Co.), 1852-1854 E. Flamborough, 1853-1854 Secretary of the Conference, 1852-1854 Dundas, 1855-1857 Brantford/Paris, 1858-1859 Montreal West, 1860 Montreal Centre, 1861-1863 Toronto East, 1864 Grantham Twp. Niagara, 1864-1866 St. Catharines, 1866-1869 Chairman Brockville, 1869 Elizabethtown (Leeds Co.), 1870 Brockville, 1870-1872 Port Hope (Durham Co.), 1871 Peterborough, 1873-1875 Norfolk St./Dublin St. Guelph (Wellington Co.) Chairman of District, 1876 Dundas, 1877-1878 Paris/Brantford (retired), 1880-1882 Millbrook (retired), Secretary of Conference 1854, Journal Secretary of Conference from 1857 to 1880 inclusive, Delegate to First General Conference Toronto 1874, Chairman of District 1874-1875,

HOWARD, Nathan H. was born in 1815 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1847 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1851 Tyendenaga, 1863 Stirling/Rawdon Twp., 1871 Crosby (Leeds)

HOWARD, S. B.A. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1881, 1906 Portland St. John New Brunswick

HOWARD, Thomas T. New Connexion, was received on trial in 1855, 1851 Toronto, 1861 Tilbury (Oxford Co.), 1864 Logan (Perth Co.), 1866 Fullarton (Perth Co.), 1869 Orangeville (Dufferin Co.), 1872-1874 Binbrook, He signed a memorial that dealt with the appointment of professors by a council of the university. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette 16, 1843 p. 2, col. 7

HOWARD, Vincent B. was born in 1811 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1833, 1835 Rideau (Augusta), 1840 Stirling Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1854-1855 Demorestville, 1859-1869 Cobourg (retired), 1871 Cobourg (Northumberland Co.) Rev. J. Carroll married him to Miss Sophia M. Arnold, in Gananoque on Feb. 16, 1841. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Feb. 20, 1841 p. 3, col. 2, Made a speech at the tea meeting for the benefit of the Kingston Dorcas Society held in connection with the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada in the chapel on Wellington and Johnson Streets. Chronicle and Gazette Feb. 17, 1844 p. 3, col. 1;

HOWARD, W.J. was born in PEI and was ordained in 1888,

HOWE. Jacob B. was born and raised in Wesley church in Underwood, Bruce Twp. (Christian Guardian) Birth - Howe, a son was born on Apr 12 1924 to Rev. J.B. and Mrs Howe

HOWE, Samuel was born in 1780 and died on February 16, 1858. He was received on trial in 1802 Methodist Episcopal, 1802 Philadelphia Conference, 1802-1803 Niagara Long Point, 1804 Ordained Ottawa, 1805 returned to USA

Rev. Jacob E. Howell HOWELL, Jacob E. B.A, M.A. was born on August 1, 1835 in Ameliasburg Twp., Prince Edward Co., Ontario and was received on trial in 1864 and was ordained in Kingston in 1868 by the late Dr. Punshon. He was Secretary of the Guelph Conference in 1887-1888 and President in 1889-1890. He was married in the City of Belleville July 1, 1868 to Lucy, only daughter of the late James Jamieson, Esq. County Surveyor of Hastings Co. His family consisted of four sons and three daughters. He was a graduate of Victoria College Coburg B.A. 1863, M.A. 1868. 1864-1865 Madoc (Hastings Co.), 1866-1867 Hungerford (Hastings Co.), 1868-1870 ordained at Thurlow (Hastings Co.), 1871-1873 Bloomfield/Cherry Valley, 1874-1876 Trenton, 1877-1879 Newcastle, 1880 Aurora, 1881 Owen Sound, 1884 Seaforth, 1888-1891 Berlin (Waterloo Co.), 1891 North Street Goderich, Financial Secretary 1875 and 1876


HOWELL, Matthew was born in 1798 in Ontario and died 1876 in Iowa United States, 1819 Murray Tp. Northumberland Co., 1820 Ohio, 1835 son Crowell born in Meigs Ohio

HOWES, John was received on trial in 1844, In 1848 was received at the Belleville Conference. 1849 Westmeath (Renfrew Co.), 1851 Huntley (Renfrew), 1851 March (Carleton), 1854-1855 Cornwall, 1857 Ramsay Tp. (Lanark Co.), 1858 Pilkington (Wellington Co.), 1861 Goulborne (Dalhousie), 1861 Richmond, 1865-1868 South Mountain, 1869 Mountain, 1869 Clarendon, 1872 Ross (Renfrew)

HOWEY, Robert A. was born in 1830 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Walpole (Haldimand Co.), 1880 Maitland,

HOWIE, Isaac 1870 Port de Grave/Labrador Nfld

HOWIE, James W. was born in 1817 in Scotland, 1870 Nova Scotia District, 1871 Guelph Town (Wellington Co.)

Rev. W. HowittHOWITT, William B.D. member of Norfolk Street Methodist Church - Guelph and entered ministry, In 1890 he graduated from the Wesleyan Theological College in Montreal being with the Rev. James H. Stevenson, the first to receive the degree of B.D. from that institution. 1904-1906 Trustee Norfolk Street, 1906 Morrisburg, 1924-25 Trustee of Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.)



HOWSON, W.G. 1883 Chingaucousy (Peel Co.)

HUBBELL, John was born in 1836 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1870-1871 Merlin (London), 1871 Gosfield (Essex Co.), 1873 Binbrook,

HUDGINS, W.G. was born in Canada, Episcopal, 1877-1878 Aultsville Osnabruck Twp. (Stormont Co.)

HUESTIS, George Oxley, born August 6, 1821 in Wallace, N.S., son of James Huestis and Melinda; married June 3, 1851, in Halifax, Margaret Annie Williams, daughter of Richard Williams of Saint John, N.B., and they had two daughters and four sons; died September 5, 1905 in Lunenburg, N.S., 1870 Canning N.S.

HUGGINS, William was born in 1839 in England, Primitive, 1871 Scott (Ontario Co.)

HUGGINS, William was born in 1833 in England, Primitive, 1871 Toronto

HUGHES, James was born in 1859 in Dundalk, Ontario and died in 1923 in Ronan, Montana USA (Christian Guardian) The late Rev. James Hughes, son of late Mr and Mrs Wm Hughes of Dundalk Ontario was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Ronan, Montana. He was survived by wife, three sons, two daughters, two brothers and two sisters including Mrs W.G. Dynes of Reddickville.

HUGHES, James was born in 1809 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1839, 1843-1844 Bastard (Johnstown), 1844 Hawkesbury, 1847-1848 Ramsay Tp. (Lanark Co.), 1850-1851 Port Credit/Toronto Twp., 1851 Colborne, 1853 Monaghan (Peterorough Co.), 1854-1855 Millbrook, 1856-1858 Binbrook, 1862 Hillsburgh (Wellington Co.), 1864-1871 Colbourne (Northumberland Co.) (retired)

HUGHES, Wentworth D. was born in Canada, Episcopal, 1843 Westminster, 1847 Binbrook, 1878 Delaware (Middlesex Co.) living on 200 acres Con 2 Lot 9 and Con 3 Lot 10

HUGHSON J.E. D.D. 1928 First Church Hamilton

HUGHSON, W.D. Episcopal, 1851 Newmarket,

HUGILL, Joseph was born on November 9, 1823 in Yorkshire, England and arrived in Canada in 1831 at the age of 8 years, was recieved on trial in 1850 and died on November 30, 1868 at the Farmersville Circuit in his 46th. year. 1851 Waterdown/Dundas, 1851 St. Thomas, ordained 1854, 1854-1855 Morpeth (Chatham), 1857-1858 Ingersoll, 1858 Galt, 1860-1861 Toronto Tp., 1863 Stratford (Perth Co.), 1868 Farmersville,

HULBERT, Cephus was received on trial in 1807 Methodist Episcopal, 1807 Oswegotchie, 1808 Bay of Quinte, 1809 Smith's Creek Circuit, 1810 located, 1820 Oswegotchie District,

HUME, Samuel 1863 Paris (Brant Co.)

HUMERFELT, R.C. 1843 Camden East

HUMPHREY, James 1904-1907 Johnstown,

HUMPHREY, Stephen A.M. 1870 Hamilton Bermuda

HUMPHREYS, R.W. Primitive, 1893-1894 Paisley St Guelph (Wellington Co.)

HUNSBERGER, A. Episcopal, 1858-1859 Binbrook,

HUNT, Ambrose 1875-1876 Florence/Thames

HUNT, David was born in 1831 in England Wesleyan Methodist, 1854 was received on trial at the Belleville Conference, 1854 Derby (Owen Sound), 1855 Osprey, 1856 Morris, 1857-1858 Elma, 1859-1860 ordained at Wellesley, 1861 Rockwood, 1862 Flos/Medonte, 1863 Wellesley, 1864-1866 Nottawasaga, 1866-1869 Mono, 1871-1872 Merlin (London), 1870-1871 Romney (Kent Co.), 1872-1874 Kingsville, 1875-1877 Blenheim, 1876 expelled

HUNT, Francis New Connexion, was received on trial in 1856, 1851 Stukely, 1861-1869 St. Armand (retired)

HUNT, George was born in 1833 in Ontario, Episcopal, 1871 Essex Mersea

HUNT, John was born in 1820 in England, was received on trial in 1844 at Woodstock, Wesleyan Methodist, and died on May 1, 1901 in Toronto. He married Susanna Hunt who was born in 1780 in Lincoln, England and died on January 2, 1859 in Brampton, Ontario, In 1847 he was received on three year probation at Toronto Conference. 1845 Goderich, 1846 Toronto West, 1847 Norfolk St. Guelph (Wellington Co.), ordained in 1849 at Stamford 1849-1850 Drummondville/Niagara, 1851 Dunnville, 1852-1853 Nelson (Gore), 1854-1855 Milton (Halton Co.), 1856-1858 Yonge Street, 1859 Brampton (Peel Co.), 1859 Whitby, 1860-1861 Port Hope (Durham), 1862-1864 Picton, 1865-1867 Woodstock/Blandford (Oxford Co.), 1868 Chairman Owen Sound, 1869-1871 Aurora (York Co.) (retired), 1872-1873-1874 Yonge Street North, 1875-1877 Yonge Street/Christie's/Scarborough Circuit (York Co.), 1878-1881 Orangeville, Financial Secretary 1878 to 1880. (Christian Guardian) HUNT, Mrs Susanna was born in Lincoln, England in 1780 and died in Brampton Jan. 2, 1859. Survived by her husband John a local preacher, formerly of Toronto Twp. Also 2 children, Rev. John HUNT of Yonge St. and Mrs ARMOUR of Brampton. - Jan. 5, 1859,

HUNT, J.W. Episcopal 1912 Garafraxa Mt. Carmel (Wellington Co.)

HUNTER, E. Crossley 1924 North Bay Ontario (Christian Guardian) Births - Gordon Crossley Hunter was born on Feb 8 1924 in North Bay Ontario. He was the son of Rev. and Mrs E. Crossley Hunter who spoke at Norfolk Street Methodist Church Guelph (Wellington Co.) on Sunday, December 4, 1938

HUNTER, James E. was born on Aug 27 1870 in Huron Twp, Bruce Co. and died on Jul 14 1924 in Granton Ontario buried Woodland Cemetery, London Ontario, 1881 Binbrook, (Christian Guardian) Late Rev. James E. Hunter was born on Aug 27 1870 in Huron Twp, (Bruce Co.) Ontario and died on Jul 14 1924 in Granton Ontario and was buried Woodland Cemetery, London Ontario. He was survived by his wife (daughter of late Rev J.W. Robinson), 2 daughters Alma and Beth, a brother Rev. William Hunter and 4 sisters

HUNTER, John E. was born on July 29, 1856 in Durham Co. and was married to Miss Jennie Jones of Essex, Ontario in 1882. He was ordained on July 12, 1882. In 1884 he joined up with Rev. H.T. Crossley as an evangelist team across the Dominion. In 1891 his home was No. 113 Wellington St., St. Thomas, Ontario.

HUNTER, Samuel J. D.D. was received on trial in 1861 and died in 1888, his wife died August 29, 1924 in Toronto, 1866 Thornhill (York Co.), 1866-1869 Montreal East,

Rev. William J. Hunter HUNTER, William J. D.D. was born on Feb 26, 1835 at Philipsburg, Quebec and was received on trial in 1856 and attended Victoria College from 1854-1856 and again in 1858. He was ordained in Kingston by Rev. Dr. Stinson in 1860. He was the brother of the late Rev. James E. Hunter, Episcopal, 1856 Newmarket, 1857 Bradford, 1859 Dundas, Burlington, Clinton, Londo, Richmond 1867-1869 Queen Street Toronto, 1871 Centenary Hamilton (Wentworth Co.), 1873 Stirling/Rawdon Twp. (Hastings Co.), 1876-1880 Dominion Church Ottawa, 1881-1883 Central Church Toronto, 1884-1886 Queen Street Toronto (again), 1887 Wesley Church Hamilton, 1888 St. Catharines, 1889 Carleton Street Toronto, 1891 St. James Montreal,

HUNTINGTON, Silas was received on trial in 1850, ordained 1854, 1851 Richmond, 1854-1855 Gatineau (Ottawa), 1869 Wellington (Prince Edward Co.)

HUNTINGTON, Simon was received on trial in 1829 Methodist Episcopal, 1828-1829 Yonge St., 1830 Westminster, 1831 Mississippi, 1832 Bonchier, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1835 Murray (Hastings Co.), 1837 Newmarket, 1846 Cornwall, 1848 Osnabruck (Stormont), 1852-1853 Binbrook, 1854-1855 Grimsby

HURBURT, N.A. Primitive, 1918-1922 Paisley St. Guelph & Arkell Puslinch (Wellington Co.)

HURLBURT, Asahel son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) was born in 1803 and died on July 8, 1878. He was married in 1835 to Catherine L. Hurlburt and was received on trial in 1828 at Brockville Methodist Episcopal, 1828 Brockville, 1829 Westminster, 1830 Ordained at Long Point, 1831 Thames, 1832 Rideau, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1833-1834 Elizabethtown, 1835-1836 Ottawa, 1837-1838 Matilda, 1839-1840 Richmond, 1841-1842 Port Hope, 1843 Cobourg, 1844 Adolphustown, 1844-1845 Ernestown, Fredericksburg & Camden East, 1844-1845 Richmond, 1845 Napanee, 1846-1847 Hallowell (Prince Edward Co.), 1847 Marysburgh (Prince Edward Co.), 1847-1848 Erin/Peel (Wellington Co.), 1849 Kemptville, 1850-1851 Matilda, 1852-1853 Aylmer C.E., 1854-1856 Maitland (Brockville), 1855 Arthur/Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1857-1858 Woodstock, 1859-1861 Mt. Pleasant/Blandford (Oxford Co.), 1860 Burford (Oxford Co.), 1862-1863 Mitchell/Fullerton (Huron Co.), 1864-1866 Seaforth, 1867-1874 Mitchell retired, Secretary of Conference 1850, Co-Delegate of the Conference 1865, Delegate to the First General Conference 1874 (Christian Guardian) Deaths - Catherine M. Hurlburt died on October 20, 1923 at Toronto Ontario in he 88the year. She was buried at Mitchell Ontario. She was the daughter of late Rev Asahel and Catherine L. Hurlburt.

HURLBURT, Erastus was born in 1818 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1844. He was the son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher), In 1848 was received at the Belleville Conference. 1850 Grenville, 1851 Merrickville, 1854-1855 Rawdon (Montreal), 1856-1857 Finch (Eastern District), 1865 Thornbury (Grey Co.), 1867-1869 Christian Island, 1871 Tiny Tp. (Simcoe Co.)

HURLBURT, Heman (Methodist Lay Preacher) son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher). He married Mary Dulmage, sister to Margaret and the daughter of Philip Dulmage, United Empire Loyalist and his wife Sarah

HURLBURT, Jesse son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) married Georgie Mussen

HURLBURT, Luman son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) Seeley's Bay (Kingston) Episcopal Methodist Minister/Farmer, 1851 Rideau,

HURLBURT, Sylvester was born in 1800 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1836. He was the son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) and married Margaret Dulmage the daughter of Philip Dulmage, United Emprire Loyalist and his wife Sarah. 1839 Coldwater, 1847 Walpole/London, 1852-1853 Maitland, 1853 Augusta (Johnstown), 1854-1855 Smith's Falls, 1863-1869 Prescott (retired), 1871 Augusta (Grenville)

HURLBURT, Thomas was born in 1808 in Ontario and was received on trial in 1830. He was the son of Heman and Hannah (Mosher) and in 1832 in Muncey Mission married Betsey Almira Adams daughter of Rev. Ezra Adams who was born on October 16, 1815 and died on December 21, 1863 and was buried March 2, 1864 at Drayton (Wellington Co.). In 1834 with his wife and 3 1/2 yr old child went to the Saugeen Mission and in 1835 was received on trial at Conference in Hamilton, 1836 Saugeen, 1838 Mission on North Shore of Lake Superior, 1844 Oro (Simcoe), 1845-1851 United States Indian Mission Conference, 1851 Alderville, 1854 Norway House (Lake Winnipeg)and Rossville Mission in Hudson Bay Teritory, 1867 Moore (Lambton), 1867-1869 Caistorville, 1871 Bertie (Welland)

HUSBAND, R.J. 1877-1881 Linwood Wellesley Twp. (Waterloo Co.), 1878 Fordwich (Huron Co.), 1897 King (Peel Co.), 1899 Palgrave (Peel Co.)

HUSTON, John H. was received on trial in 1827 Methodist Episcopal, 1827 London, 1828 Thames, 1830 Ordained Richmond, 1831-1832 Albion, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference

HUSTON, W.J. 1912-1913 Wesley/Underwood Bruce Twp.,

HUTCHINSON, D.F. Episcopal, 1851 Waterloo,

HUTCHINSON, I. 1851 Adelaide (London), 1851 Plympton Tp.

HUTCHINSON, James 1840 Scarborough,

HUTCHINSON, John was born in 1798 in England and died on November 4, 1874. He was received on trial in 1845-1846 at New Ireland, New Connexion, 1841 Henrysburg, 1842 Albion, 1843 joined Wesleyan Methodists, 1843 Puslinch (Wellington Co.), 1844 Albion, 1844 Adjala (Simcoe Co.), 1847-1849 Wesleyville/Rawdon, 1850 Adelaide, 1854- 1855 Chairman Chatham, 1855-1856 Westminster, 1857-1858 Belmont, 1858 S. Dorchester (Oxford Co.), 1860-1862 Hanover/Arthur/Mt. Forest (Wellington Co.), 1863-1865 Bruce Mines, 1866-1868 Caistorville, 1869-1874 Hamilton (retired),

HUTTON, B.L. was born in 1844 in Scotland, Episcopal, 1871 Oakville (Halton Co.)

HYNDMAN, J. 1862 Berlin (Waterloo Co.),

IBBITSON, William H. 1870 Sackville N.B. Theology Student,

INGALLS, Edmund S. was received on trial in 1825, 1848 Clarenceville, 1851 St. Armand, 1857-1869 Granby (retired)

IRELAND, Francis E. was received on trial in 1859, 1863-1869 La Chute (retired)

IRVINE, Alexander was born in 1797 in Scotland and died in 1839 Methodist Episcopal, 1830 Sidney (Hastings Co.), 1831 Bay of Quinte, 1832-1833 York, 1833 joined Wesleyan Conference, 1835 Stamford (Niagara) Superintendent, 1836 moved to Western United States until 1839, Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada - Rev. Egerton Ryerson married Mary Armstrong, daughter of J. R. Armstrong, York merchant. Rev. Alexander Irvine officiated. Kingston Chronicle and Gazette Nov. 23, 1833 p. 3, col. 1

IRVINE, Henry was received on trial in 1863 at Farmersville, Wesleyan Methodist, 1864 Lyn, 1865 Smith's Falls, 1866 Carleton Place, 1867 leave of absence, 1868 Yonge Street South, 1869 Battersea, 1870-1872 Metis, 1873-1874 Three Rivers, 1875-1876 Fitzroy Harbour, 1877-1881 Arnprior (retired), 1921-1922 Norfolk Street - Guelph (Wellington Co.)

IRVINE, Samuel Orchard was received on trial in 1877 at Arthur (Wellington Co.), Wesleyan Methodist, 1878 Peel (Wellington Co.), 1879 Drayton (Wellington Co.) 1880 Harrow,

IRWIN, R. New Connexion, 1851 Montreal,

IRWIN, William was born in 1832 in Ireland and was received on trial in 1857, 1867-1869 Hanover (Grey Co.), 1877-1880 Markdale Artemesia Twp. (Grey Co.), 1880 listed as owning 100 acres at Con. 1E, Lot 115, 1880 Gwillimbury East (York Co.)

ISAAC, John was born July 19, 1842 in Scotland and arrived in Canada in 1852 and was married to Harriet. Children: Vivian born March 30, 1882, Myrtle born June 24, 1885 and Vernon born March 15, 1891. He was received on trial in 1868, 1869 Hanover (Grey Co.), 1876 Howick (Huron Co.), 1901 Peel Twp. (Wellington Co.) 12 months salary $650.00

IVES Rev. Dr. 1876 officiated at the opening of the new Dublin Street Church in Guelph

IVESON, James A. was received on trial in 1854, 1855 Mud Lake, 1861 Strathroy, 1868 Fenella (Northumberland Co.), 1869 Alnwick,

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