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1 Her marriage at the age of 29 was announced in The Hamilton Evening Times on Tuesday, June 24, 1862. "On the 19th inst. at St. Matthew's Church, on the Plains, Flamboro' East, by the Rev. Richard Flood; father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. J. G. D. Mackenzie and Dr. Greene, Richard Flood, Esq., of Richmond Hill, C. W. to Grace Agnes, daughter of Henry Wyatt Esq., Herberton Cottage, Flamboro East."

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Family: F24
2 Mar and Mel did not have children of their own; their daughter is adopted. Family: F184
3 Martin Traill lists that the date may be 25 Aug 1878 or 20 May 1878. Family: F140
4 Ontarian Families has a different date: March 1827 Family: F444
5 The birth record of their son Fred states that they were married in 1899, not 1901. Family: F40
6 The Canadian Collections website lists their marriage as "1857" with no date specified. Family: F367
7 The wedding announcement reads, "At St. Luke's Church, Wellington Square, on 18th inst., Hugh Cossart Baker, of Hamilton, eldest son of Captain G. W. Baker, of Woodroofe, Ottawa River, late of the Royal Artillery, to Emma, eldest daughter of Henry Wyatt, late of Long Ditton, Surrey, England. The Reverend John Gamble Geddes performed the ceremony." Family: F148
8 William and Irene were cousins, according to Judy Heddle's notes. Family: F105
9 Ruth McLaren, 86
OCEANSIDE -- Ruth A. McLaren, 86, died Monday, Jan. 27, 2003, of natural causes.
Born June 28, 1916, in McMinnville, Tenn., she lived in Oceanside for 42 years. She retired in the early 1980s as a claims examiner for the Social Security Administration. She traveled extensively.
Mrs. McLaren is survived by her husband of 46 years, Archie McLaren of Oceanside; and daughter Susan C. Musser of San Francisco.
Private cremation and scattering at sea are planned.
Oceanside Mortuary is handling arrangements. 
Ruth A.
10 I think this person must have been Gilbert, possibly Cyrus P. Gilbert. *Unknown*, *Unknown*
11 Joan Heddle states that James Heddle was married, but doesn't give the name of his wife, nor does she mention anything about children from this marriage. This record is for his actual wife. *Unknown*, *Unknown*
12 This record is for his unmarried partner, who gave him the child Jemima, according to Joan Heddle's research. *Unknown*, *Unknown*
13 From Brian Crabb: "Constance Lillian Arnott was in the East African Military Nursing Service when she died. She was also Gold medallist of the Cape Medical Council Examinations in 1923 and was Sister-in-Charge of Salisbury Native Hospital in 1931." Arnott, Constance Lillian
14 The Orkney Traills book says he is "of Co. Gloucester". Atwood, Rev. Henry Adams Sargison
15 "Confessions of a Rattlepate" has her name as Ann Bayley or Baylay. Bailey, Anne
16 He has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online:

He has a wikipedia page here:,_Sr. (the . is part of the URL)

He was the founder and president of the Canada Life Assurance Company 
Baker, Hugh Cossart
17 He has a wikipedia page:

From his page at the Hamilton Gallery of Distinction:

Hugh Cossart Baker, Jr.
Hugh Cossart Baker Jr., educated in Galt, enlisted in the 13th Battalion Volunteer militia Infantry and carried the colours against the Fenians at the battle of Ridgeway on 1 June 1866. He was instrumental in forming the Hamilton Street Railway Company, the Hamilton Real Estate Association, and the Canada Fire and Marine Insurance Company. Baker conceived the idea of using a telegraph line between his house and the houses of two fellow chess players, enabling each player to telegraph his moves to his opponents. He organized the West Side Domestic Telegraph Company and a telegraph wire was strung between his house and that of his friends. On 29 August 1877, the first telephone transmissions took place where more than two telephones operated on one circuit. They were the second telephones to be leased in Canada. Baker started the Hamilton District Telegraphy Company on 15 July 1878, the first in the British Empire and ninth in the world. In May 1879, lines were extended to Dundas, establishing the first long-distance line in Canada. Baker attended Christ's Cathedral, was a member of many clubs, including the Garrick Club, the Leander Boat Club, the Spinning Wheel (bicycle) Club, the Tamahaac Club, the Hamilton Thistle Club, and the Hamilton Club. 
Baker, Hugh Cossart Jr.
18 Died in WW1 at Vimy Ridge. Barlee, Roland
19 Family notes say that she came to Canada when she was 13 years old. According to the 1911 census, she immigrated to Canada in 1888 but perhaps that is a typo? Beare, Elizabeth
20 Sarah may have been Joseph Beare's sister Sarah, just a different spelling, which would make Elizabeth Beare and William Campbell cousins. According to Judy Heddle's notes. Beare, Sarah
21 Walter was mentally deficient. Beare, Walter
22 M.A. Royal University of Ireland, 1st if 1st Class Honours in Ancient Classics Beare, William
23 Name notes: looks like his name might have been William, abbreviated to Wm. Beare, William
24 Billy died in Italy in World War II - presumably was a soldier. Beare, William "Billy"
25 Writer at Kirkwall. Bews, David
26 Could this be Ritcheson? Hard to read, but best guess is Bitcheson. Bitcheson, Ruby
27 Dominick has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Blake, Rev. Dominick Edward
28 Edward has a biography entry in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Blake, Hon. Edward
29 Samuel has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Blake, Samuel Hume
30 William has a biography entry in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography:

William has a wikipedia entry: 
Blake, William Hume
31 John Bonar of Lumquhat Bonar, John
32 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
33 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
34 No children Butt, Susanna
35 Colin Campbell of Kintraw Campbell, Colin
36 Died of cancer. Campbell, Ethel Vera "Vera"
37 She is listed as being born in 1862 in some census stuff, but may have been trying to look younger. Campbell, Nancy "Annie"
38 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
39 Birth record is sketchy, could have been 1905 or 1906. Campbell, Thomas Leslie "Leslie"
40 The 248th birth in the town.

According to the 1911 census, William immigrated to Canada in 1875. 
Campbell, William
41 Colonel Brown Chamberlin was a leader of the Canadian militia during the Fenian raids, and became a prominent politician in Ottawa.

He has a wikipedia page:

He has a page at the Canadian parliament site which gives his birth as 26 mar 1827 in Frelighsburg, Lower Canada (i.e. Quebec). 
Chamberlin, Colonel Brown
42 George has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Connor, George Skeffington
43 last name: Cavan? Cowan, Elizabeth
44 Possible marriage record found in Reid's Marriage Notices of Ontario (book source) on page 214:

19 Nov 1847: On thursday, 14th ult., J. Crickmore, of Toront, barrister, to Anne Mary, eldest daughter of S. D. Roper, of Colby. (Rev. George Colby, Rector of Colby, Norfolk, England.) 
Crickmore, John
45 The bishop has a page at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Cronyn, Bishop Benjamin
46 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
47 I don't know whether her name is spelled Dickson or Dixon. Dickson, Janet
48 Minister of Evie, Orkney, Scotland Duguid, Rev. John
49 From "Caithness Family History": According to Douglas he married Helen Innes, and was succeeded by a son, James, who married Isobel Brodie, but it is proved by a deed registered at Edinburgh in 1539-40, that he was twice married at least, his first wife being Helen or Elen Innes, and his second wife being Isabel Brody or Brodie, and he was succeeded by his son, Alexander. Dunbar, James of Auldcash, Conzie, Kilcalmkill, and Kilboyach
50 According to The Moodie Book, Janet Dunbar was the only child of her mother Elizabeth Dunbar. Dunbar, Janet

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