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  • Aarts
    Aarts
    website       Aarts (submitted by Jean Janes) The Aarts name emerged in the 1700s when people were obligated to assume a surname. Their ancestors’ first name was Aart and it was pluralized for the surname.
    website     Aarts (submitted by Jean Janes) The Aarts name emerged in the 1700s when people were obligated to assume a surname. Their ancestors’ first name was Aart and it was pluralized ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Abell
    Abell
    website       Abell (submitted by Shirley Albinson) Roy Carmen Abell (1919–) is the son of Robert Samuel Abell and Etta Wilkinson (1899–1996) who farmed in Plympton Twp.
    website     Abell (submitted by Shirley Albinson) Roy Carmen Abell (1919–) is the son of Robert Samuel Abell and Etta Wilkinson (1899–1996) who farmed in Plympton Twp.
    Lambton County Archives
  • Acton
    Acton
    website       Acton (submitted by Lorne Acton) William Joseph Acton (1791–1847) and his wife, the former Mary Carshore (1797–1872), along with eight of their ten children (some already married), emigrated to Canada in 1843. William was a shoemaker by trade. The family departed from Westport, Ireland, on the 24 th of May ...
    website     Acton (submitted by Lorne Acton) William Joseph Acton (1791–1847) and his wife, the former Mary Carshore (1797–1872), along with eight of their ten children (some already married), emigrated to Canada ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Aitken
    Aitken
    website       Aitken (submitted by Doug Aitken) John and Jane (Lang) Aitken of Renfrew County, Scotland were married in 1825. They had four children before emigrating to Chateauguay, Quebec, in 1831. Six more children (one died as a child) were born in Quebec.
    website     Aitken (submitted by Doug Aitken) John and Jane (Lang) Aitken of Renfrew County, Scotland were married in 1825. They had four children before emigrating to Chateauguay, Quebec, in 1831. Six ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Anderson
    Anderson
    website       Anderson (submitted by Ann McInnis Tonge) John W. Anderson (1857–1932) was born in Scotland and came to Canada with his parents and older brother when he was a year old. The family settled near Simcoe where they farmed for many years. John also sailed the Great Lakes for a number ...
    website     Anderson (submitted by Ann McInnis Tonge) John W. Anderson (1857–1932) was born in Scotland and came to Canada with his parents and older brother when he was a year old. ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Armstrong
    Armstrong
    website       Armstrong (submitted by Karl Kincade) John and Jane Alexander Armstrong immigrated to Adelaide from Ireland in about 1850.
    website     Armstrong (submitted by Karl Kincade) John and Jane Alexander Armstrong immigrated to Adelaide from Ireland in about 1850.
    Lambton County Archives
  • Arnold
    Arnold
    website       Arnold (submitted by Evelyn Arnold) Eugene (Gene) and Evelyn Arnold moved from Mount Brydges in Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, to a farm in Warwick Twp., on the west ½ of Lot 4, Con. 5 SER, in July 1978. Previously, Eugene had worked in London in the accounting department of the ...
    website     Arnold (submitted by Evelyn Arnold) Eugene (Gene) and Evelyn Arnold moved from Mount Brydges in Caradoc Twp., Middlesex County, to a farm in Warwick Twp., on the west ½ of ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Auld
    Auld
    website       Auld (from Commemorative Bibliographical Record by Beers and newspaper clippings) In 1838 William Auld left his Linlithgowshire home in Scotland with his wife and six children. They sailed to New York, then up the Hudson River and across the Niagara River. They then took a team to Hamilton and on ...
    website     Auld (from Commemorative Bibliographical Record by Beers and newspaper clippings) In 1838 William Auld left his Linlithgowshire home in Scotland with his wife and six children. They sailed to New ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Baird
    Baird
    website       Baird (submitted by Janet Firman) The Baird family came from County Antrim in Northern Ireland. James Baird, born in 1784, came to Canada in 1825 and settled on a farm near Caledon, Ont. His wife Elizabeth died in 1840 and is buried in a cemetery near Caledon. James wanted more ...
    website     Baird (submitted by Janet Firman) The Baird family came from County Antrim in Northern Ireland. James Baird, born in 1784, came to Canada in 1825 and settled on a farm ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Barnes
    Barnes
    website       Barnes (from Beers) Samuel David Barnes’ grandfather, Jonathan Barnes, came from England, via New York, to Brant County in 1812. Subsequently he moved to Warwick Twp., Lambton County. Here both he and his wife died, leaving children Samuel, John, Arabella, Catherine, Peter and Charles M.
    website     Barnes (from Beers) Samuel David Barnes’ grandfather, Jonathan Barnes, came from England, via New York, to Brant County in 1812. Subsequently he moved to Warwick Twp., Lambton County. Here both ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Baxter
    Baxter
    website       Baxter (submitted by Lucy Bryson and Ora Baxter) Samuel Baxter (1869–1944), his wife Florence Richards (1869–1921) and their two sons, Reginald (1895–1967) and Edward (Ted) Richards (1897–1990), were natives of Devon, England. They left Liverpool on June 5, 1913, and reached Quebec on June l4. Samuel and Florence planned to ...
    website     Baxter (submitted by Lucy Bryson and Ora Baxter) Samuel Baxter (1869–1944), his wife Florence Richards (1869–1921) and their two sons, Reginald (1895–1967) and Edward (Ted) Richards (1897–1990), were natives of ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Bayley
    Bayley
    website       Bayley (from Pioneers) Samuel Bayley (1823–1908) was born in London, England. His parents, Samuel and Rachel (Adams) Bayley,immigrated to Upper Canada in 1832 with their family.
    website     Bayley (from Pioneers) Samuel Bayley (1823–1908) was born in London, England. His parents, Samuel and Rachel (Adams) Bayley,immigrated to Upper Canada in 1832 with their family.
    Lambton County Archives
  • Beacom
    Beacom
    website       Beacom (submitted by Bob O’Neil, with additions from LambtonKent by William L. Clink, 1987) The Beacom family emigrated from Ireland. They seem to have arrived in Warwick Twp. some time after 1875, according to census records.
    website     Beacom (submitted by Bob O’Neil, with additions from LambtonKent by William L. Clink, 1987) The Beacom family emigrated from Ireland. They seem to have arrived in Warwick Twp. some time ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Beaton
    Beaton
    website       Beaton (submitted by Sheila and John Beaton) Sheila Mary Marshall was born and raised in London Twp., at the south west corner of Hwy 22 and Hwy 4 (now Fanshawe Rd. and Richmond St.). In 1951, Sheila’s family sold their land there and came to Watford, having bought the Smith ...
    website     Beaton (submitted by Sheila and John Beaton) Sheila Mary Marshall was born and raised in London Twp., at the south west corner of Hwy 22 and Hwy 4 (now Fanshawe ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Beernink
    Beernink
    website       Beernink (from Verkley) Theodore (1900–1988) and Christine Beernink and their children, Harry, Annie, Antoon, Leo, John, Theo and Wilhelmien, emigrated from Beltrum, Gelderland, to Canada in 1949. They traveled on a smaller boat from Hoek van Holland to England and from there on the Aquita to Halifax. From Halifax they ...
    website     Beernink (from Verkley) Theodore (1900–1988) and Christine Beernink and their children, Harry, Annie, Antoon, Leo, John, Theo and Wilhelmien, emigrated from Beltrum, Gelderland, to Canada in 1949. They traveled on ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Benedict
    Benedict
    website       Benedict (submitted by Linda Koolen) Herbert Clyde Benedict (1869–1936) was born in Illinois, United States. He married Rachel Detwiler (1868–1948). He was a farmer. The Benedicts lived in the log house on the southwest corner of Birnam Line and Quaker Rd. for a period of time. They moved to other ...
    website     Benedict (submitted by Linda Koolen) Herbert Clyde Benedict (1869–1936) was born in Illinois, United States. He married Rachel Detwiler (1868–1948). He was a farmer. The Benedicts lived in the log ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Bentley
    Bentley
    website       Bentley (from Beers) David B. Bentley was born on the family’s Warwick homestead in 1864. His father, John, was born in England and arrived in Lambton County with David’s grandparents, Benjamin and Martha (Appleyard) Bentley in 1848. John married Julia Rogers in 1863. They had five children: David B., George ...
    website     Bentley (from Beers) David B. Bentley was born on the family’s Warwick homestead in 1864. His father, John, was born in England and arrived in Lambton County with David’s grandparents, ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Bitner
    Bitner
    website       Bitner (submitted by Greg Stott) Jacob Bitner (c.1823–1892) and Abigail Spillane (c.1828–1900), natives of Bertie Twp. in Niagara’s Welland County, married and moved to Warwick. They had at least three children: George F. (1858–1916), Alonzo (1860–1913) and Mary S. (b. 1866).
    website     Bitner (submitted by Greg Stott) Jacob Bitner (c.1823–1892) and Abigail Spillane (c.1828–1900), natives of Bertie Twp. in Niagara’s Welland County, married and moved to Warwick. They had at least three ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Blain
    Blain
    website       Blain (from Main) William (Bill) Blain (1896–1986) married Mina May Wilkinson (1902–1994) in 1925 at Maple Shade Farm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wilkinson, Mina's parents' home.* They had 7 children: Marjorie Phyllis (Sercombe), Eleanor Jean (Skillen), John Donald, William Kenneth, Elizabeth Ann (Holbrook), Rose Vivian and ...
    website     Blain (from Main) William (Bill) Blain (1896–1986) married Mina May Wilkinson (1902–1994) in 1925 at Maple Shade Farm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Wilkinson, Mina's parents' home.* ...
    Lambton County Archives
  • Boere
    Boere
    website       Boere (submitted by Gerry and Ria Boere) On May 5, 1952, the seventh anniversary of the liberation of Holland, the Boere family immigrated to Canada. It was the 25 th wedding anniversary of parents Jacobus (Jack) and Maria (Mary) (nee Miltenburg), and the decision to emigrate astonished their relatives. Jack ...
    website     Boere (submitted by Gerry and Ria Boere) On May 5, 1952, the seventh anniversary of the liberation of Holland, the Boere family immigrated to Canada. It was the 25 th ...
    Lambton County Archives
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