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101 Much of the information on the Outhouse family comes from Queen Perry's letters to Donald H. Jeffery, her lineage in, "Loyalist Lineages of Canada: 1783-1983", the lineages, in the same work, of David E. Johnson and Lt. Col. H. H. Minshall, and others. Also from David E. Johnson's, "The Johnson Generations", Reid's, "Loyalists of Ontario", notes with the Victoria Branch of the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada and especially the notes of Mrs. N. E. Byrnes, of Lorain, Ohio passed on By David E. Johnson. While there is confusion and contradiction amongst these sources, I tend to rely on Mrs. Byrnes notes as the most advanced; but agree with David E. Johnson that it was Anna, not Sarah Anne, who married James Smith. SOURCE: OFG-I lists mrg "ca. 1750" Family: F424
102 No children. Family: F1650
103 No children. Family: F2383
104 Not sure if this is his wife. Family: F704
105 Notes from John Pilger, former boss of Lynne Bliss, who was acquainted with this family. Slick Owens is the name he remembers. His mother gave him the following information: Write to Frank Janda, 235 N. 5th Street, phone 308-745-1199. He has J&L Cafe 308-745-9918, 747 ) Street, Loup City, NE. Others Mrs. Milo (Outhouse) Dailey, 533 N. 8th street, Loup city,, NE 308-745-0693. Shirley (Outhouse) Maifski. Family: F911
106 OFG lists "before 1881" Family: F2250
107 OFG states 1866. Family: F878
108 OFG-I says ca. 1802 at Vittoria, Norfolk, Ontario, CAN. Family: F572
109 One GEDCOM lists Hannah b. 8 Oct 1658 as a daughter of this couple. She died bef 10 apr 1665. Family: F227
110 ONTARIO COUNTY JOURNAL April 21, 1893 PAGE 2 COL 6 -- MARRIED BROCKELBANK - KINGSBURY At Canandaigua, Wednesday April 19, 1893, Charles H. Brockelbank and Miss Mary Kingsbury, both of Canandaigua. (Provided by Hanley) Family: F452
At the home of the bride, in the town of Canandaigua, June 10, 1891, by the Rev. S. E. Eastman, Mark C. Gourlay, of Victor, and Miss Franc (sic) Outhouse. 
Family: F448
112 Original source is Vital Record Vol 6, pg 7. Unknown if this is State of Wisconsin or Dane County. They were married at Grace Episcopal Church in Madison. Family: F2054
113 Outhouse Family History listed mrg date as ca 1820. Family: F626
114 Outhouse Family Record lists 30 Dec 1859 as marriage date. ONTARIO REPUBLICAN TIMES December 30, 1859 -- Caleb Brockelbank to M. Outhouse. That is probably the date of the newspaper, not the marriage. Family: F114
115 Outhouse Gen lists mrg date as "aft. 1906," which would still be accurate considering his first wife didn't die until 1911. Family: F1831
116 Outhouse genealogy listed date as ca 1893. Family: F876
117 Outhouse genealogy listed marriage date as Feb 1841. Family: F1663
118 Outhouse Genealogy lists ca 1866. Family: F1807
119 Outhouse Genealogy lists date as 22 Oct 1846. Family: F853
120 Outhouse Genealogy lists mrg year as 1894. Family: F586
121 Per N.B. Public Archives microfilm; marriage #2 data. Says that Jeremiah was a farmer and that Cynthia was a widow; they were married by James Walker, Baptist Minister. Family: F2239
122 Per N.B. Public Archives microfilm; marriage data Family: F2246
123 Per N.B. Public Archives microfilm; marriage data. Both were from Sackville, County of Westmoreland, N.B. Family: F2247
124 Recorded in Chappaqua Monthly Meeting Marriage Certificates, 1789 - 1897, p. 45. Family: F138
125 Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York City, New York - Marriages 1678 -- 3 Mart. Jacob Verdon, j. m. Van N. Yorke, en Femmetje Willems, j. d. Van Meppelen, woonende tot N. Amersfort. 17 Mart. tot N. Amersfort. ( Family: F3154
126 Richard Field Web site lists 2 wives for John Field, both named Jane Amyas but with different birthdates and different marriage dates. I haven't included that information because I think it is suspect. Family: F925
127 S.R. Durand: "[Thomas Whitehead] married Hannah Sackett, daughter of (210) Judge Joseph Sackett, Jr., on November 5, 1725 in Newtown. Since her birth date is recorded as August 7, 1711, she would have been only fourteen years old." [Doran-Wood] Doran-Wood lists marriage date as 5 Nov 1725. Family: F1548
128 Searing cites: Marriage License: 23 Apr 1778 in Secretary of the Province of New York, Marriages of Long Island Settlers and Allied Families, Eugene L. Armbruster, Vol. 3 Family: F2738
129 She is not his wife in the 1930 census. Unknown if she died or if they divorced. Family: F3093
130 Sources cited: Weygant, Charles: Sacketts of America and Riker, James: Annals of Newtown, NY Tinsley lists mrg date as 1734. Sackett cites: Title: Riker, James: Annals of Newtown, NY Page: p345, Text: Note: Weygant at p40 gives marriage date as 1734. Given their first child's birth date of Jan 1732/33, the Apr 1732 date is likely to be correct. Family: F2042
131 Stewart cites: Smocks and Scomps, by David L. Smock, Publication: 24 Mar 1999.

They had nine children. 
Family: F3034
132 Teer lists mrg date of 1784 Family: F1563
133 The 1698 Census also lists two Negros living with them -- Jo and Betty. Family: F174
134 The 1698 Flushing, NY census also lists a Negro living with them named Tom. Family: F438
135 The Caldwells farmed for a couple of years but after the deaths of their first two children, decided to try anew in St. Thomas, Ontario. All of James Emery's brothers had found work as brakemen or firemen on the Michigan Central Railway (it later became the New York Central, then Conrail). Emery hired on as a fireman. Depression struck, and the Caldwell's moved to a farm to survive these hard years. Emery worked at roofing or tinsmithing when he could find work. In 1940, he was called back to the railroad and worked on the bullgang repairing tracks, then back to fireman until 1943 when he became an engineer. He continued to work for the railroad until his death. The family lived in St. Thomas, Niagara Falls, and Windsor, all in Ontario. Their two eldest children are buried in the same cemetery. (Outhouse Gen) They were married in the United Church. Family: F2652
136 The marriage of Miss Emma R. Hinchman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hinchman of Brooklyn, and Elliot Francis Brockelbank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brockelbank of this city, took place at the summer home of the bride's parents in Short Hills, NJ on Saturday afternoon. Rev Charles C. Albertson, pastor of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian church of Brooklyn, officiating.

Mrs. Charles James Schaefer of East Orange, NJ was matron of honor, and William R. Hinchman, brother of the bride acted as best man. A reception followed the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Brockelbank left for a short wedding trip.

They will reside in Patterson NJ where the groom is connected with the P. W. Ferguson Construction company. (Provided by Hanley) 
Family: F1058
137 The marriage was shown in the New York Gen. & Bio. 66:226 as being to Hilletje Janse Buys Family: F130
138 The only reason I concluded that the Richard Johnson in the 1870 is THIS Richard Johnson is because he lives next door to William and Esther Post, who live next door to more relation. Richard's first wife died, so having a second wife named Jane would fit. Family: F1327
139 The Posts came to Muskego with a nickel in their pockets and made good. They bought forty acres on Little Muskego Lake where their son, John, build a cream brick home which still stands. They stopped off in New York for a few years before coming west.

Original burial for both John and Lucy was in the cemetery on Little Muskego Lake where the amusement park later was built. The graves were moved to Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee. The Post family is buried in Lot 8, Block 5, Section 8. 
Family: F352
140 The Snowdon Family Website lists a mrg date of 29 Dec 1875 Family: F1904
141 The Underhill Family Website lists two wives for David. The first with (unknown first name) WRIGHT and the second with Hannah (unknown last name). Family: F405
The marriage of Miss Orrene Relief Gourlay, assistant superintendent of Thompson Memorial Hospital, and Robert Leslie Gifford of Canandaigua, took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Gourlay of Victor, on Wednesday afternoon, June 15th. Rev. Stephen S. Pratt, pastor of the Canandaigua Methodist church, performed the ceremony in the presence of about 70 guests.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of white flat crepre with tulle veil arranged in Spanish comb effect, caught with a bandeau of pearls and lillies of the valley. Her shower bouquet was of bride roses and lillies of the valley. She was attended by her sister, Miss Ethel Gourlay, who wore yellow rosebuds.
The best man was LeVerne Darling of Geneva. Mrs. Eli Gourlay of Victor aunt of the bride, played the wedding marches. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party received the guests, standing before an arch of peonies and daises banked with palms and ferns. Quantities of peonies, daises, roses, and other seanonal flowers were effectively arranged about the spacious rooms, a color scheme of pink and yellow predominating.
Dinner was served at small tables, pink rosebuds centering the bride's table, laid for four, and pink and yellow rosebuds were used on the remaining tables. Associates of the bride on the Memorial hospital staff assisted in serving.
After two weeks wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford will reside on the groom's farm on the Norris Road, Canandaigua. Mr.Gifford is employed at the Lehigh Valley railroad transfer station in Manchester. 
Family: F1043
143 Their marriage record index lists her name as DOUGHTRY. This marriage is recorded a second time as 4 Sep 1854, Vol. 1, pg 61, Lic#9. Family: F1660
144 Their marriage record index lists her name as Mrs. Elizabeth QUICK. Rootsweb lists her as wife of W.S. on her gravestone and that she died 5 Sep 1855. Family: F1662
145 There is additional information on Ancestry for descendants of these children. Family: F2456
146 There is an interesting thread on the Outhouse message board. The Outhouse Genealogy lists a death date for Mary of Jun 1857, with a burial date of 1 Jul 1857. Her daughter, Rest, was born in 1857 so it appears that Mary may have died in childbirth. But the 1870 census shows Robert Henry, wife Mary, and children Rest, age 3 and Maxy J. age 1. The 1870 census shows Robert Henry with wife Nancy, children Rest, Ruebina, Malvina, Olive and Annie (no Amber). Plus the 1880 census lists an Edwin Deering, wife Mary J and step daughter, Annie, age 11. It appears that Robert and Mary may have been divorced. And who was the Mary Outhouse that was buried 1 Jul 1857? Could we be talking about 2 different Mary Deckers. Family: F1805
147 There is no record of children for this couple. Family: F1737
148 They had eight children. Westervelt lists mrg date as "ca 1718" Family: F123
149 They appear in the 1790 census. Family: F559
150 They are listed as married in the 1850 census. Family: F1219

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